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Tub Tows Council and the Licensing Question. To the Editor of the Staffordshire Daily Sentinel. Sir,—As I was carefully perusing

Tub Tows Council and the Licensing Question. To the Editor of the Staffordshire Daily Sentinel. Sir,—As I was carefully perusing

the columns of the first edition of our Daily Sentinel, and picturing for it, judging by its successful dibut, brignt and prosperous future, I came across a letter headed as above. Now, sir, when a man attempts (however feebly) honestly and fairly to mitigate what he considers t
April 17, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
At the London Mansion House yesterday, Mr. W. A. Roberts, stockbroker, was before the Lord Mayor, on remand, charged with

At the London Mansion House yesterday, Mr. W. A. Roberts, stockbroker, was before the Lord Mayor, on remand, charged with

forging and uttering a cheque for .£11,500, with intend to defraud the Consolidated Bank. He was remanded. Mr. Skinner, the " War Correspondent " of the Daily News, and the other representatives of the Press who have been specially sent to Russia, have had to renounce all hopes
April 17, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A STROLL THROUGH THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

A STROLL THROUGH THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

STROLL THROUGH THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. (By our Booing Reporter.) No one will, of course, go to London without paying visit to the Exhibition. The quickest way to get to South Kensington from the distant parts of London is by the Metropolitan Badway, but the popular way—and
May 7, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Lord Westbury disabled from public duties by acute rheumatism. The West Yorkshire coal proprietors yesterday resolved to reduce the prices

Lord Westbury disabled from public duties by acute rheumatism. The West Yorkshire coal proprietors yesterday resolved to reduce the prices

of all qualities of coal to those of March 18. The reduction amounts to about 3s. per ton. The men's wages are to be reduced proportionately, and delegates from the various collieries are to invited meet the employers with this view.
May 7, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
J HITCHING S, General Printing, Sta- j tionert, and Bookbinding Establishment. Pictures framed in gilt, maple, and other mouldings. 48,

J HITCHING S, General Printing, Sta- j tionert, and Bookbinding Establishment. Pictures framed in gilt, maple, and other mouldings. 48,

HOPE-STREET, HANLEY. RICHARD HEAP, CARVER and GILDER, LOOKING-GLASS, WINDOW CORNICE, and PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURER, Exchange Buildings, Broad-street, Hanley. N.B.—Old Frames Regilt Equal to New. IF you want value for your money to J. BALDWIN'S, 12, HOPE STREET, HANLEY. The olde
May 7, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SUMMER FASHIONS. VICTORIA HOUSE, HANLEY. and J. WOODROFFE beg respectfully to announce that their SHOW ROOMS, are now opened. They

SUMMER FASHIONS. VICTORIA HOUSE, HANLEY. and J. WOODROFFE beg respectfully to announce that their SHOW ROOMS, are now opened. They

have arranged for inspection Choice Selection of NOVELTIES MILLINERY, SILKS, FANCY DRESSES, JACKETS, 4c. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. VISITORS to the POTTERIES are requested not to miss seeing the SPLENDID COLLECTION OF NATURAL HISTORY SPECIMENS, at the JUG INN, AND NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE
May 7, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TOHN TIRRELL, HOMEOPATHIC CHEMIST, J MARKET-SQUARE, HANLEY. HOMCBOPATHIC MEDICINES of the greatest in great GUIDES to HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT from la.

TOHN TIRRELL, HOMEOPATHIC CHEMIST, J MARKET-SQUARE, HANLEY. HOMCBOPATHIC MEDICINES of the greatest in great GUIDES to HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT from la.

upwards. _ . . . TIRRELL'S HOMEOPATHIC COCOA the best Shilling Cocoa sold. ', „ _.. mn , W . TT The largest assortment of HAIR, TOOTH, and NAIL BRUSHES in the Potteries. T HEATH and SON have made arrangements for FUNERAL FURNISHING, deluding the cemetery fee*; that friends or re
May 21, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LITERARY, ART, AND SCIENCE GOSSIP.

LITERARY, ART, AND SCIENCE GOSSIP.

(From Ai/tenccam). The Welsh are about to erect a statue, at Bala, to Charles of Bala, one of the founders of the British and Foreign Bible Society. The trustees of the British Museum have purchased the correspondence which formed the basis of Mr. L. Cherry's recently-published
June 30, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

SECOND EDITION- (By Telegraph.) Sentinel, Office, 340 p.m. I THE TICHBORNE TRIAL. Mr. Justice Lush was again absent from the Tichborn*' trial this morning, through illness. The reading of Claimant's cross-examination was proceeded with. The cross-examination related to the dague
May 13, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
RAILWAY ABLiiS.—MAY. NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY. STOKE. Stone, Norton Bridge, Stafford, Birmingham, and Lo»' don.- At 35—10 34—12 45—1 12 (express)—s

RAILWAY ABLiiS.—MAY. NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY. STOKE. Stone, Norton Bridge, Stafford, Birmingham, and Lo»' don.- At 35—10 34—12 45—1 12 (express)—s

15—« (express)- To tstone, Stafford, and Birmingham—At 7 8 a.m. and 846 p.m. f Sundays—At a.m. and 5 0 p.m. Stoke to Colwich—At 7 43—2 30— ii 20. On Sun4*|»—At p.m. , Stoke to Uttoxeter, Burton, and Derby.—At 8 25—1__ (express)— 4 18—6 47—9 (to Derby). On Sundays—At 9 an* 0. „,
May 13, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England