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'R'• MAIN WARING, PLULUER, GLAZIER, HOI.IIE AND SIGN PAINTER, PAPER HANGER, DECOUATOR, HIGH STREET, DAWLEY. R. M. invites attention to

'R'• MAIN WARING, PLULUER, GLAZIER, HOI.IIE AND SIGN PAINTER, PAPER HANGER, DECOUATOR, HIGH STREET, DAWLEY. R. M. invites attention to

his choice rich paper patterns for Drawing, Dining, awl Bel-rooms; also to his varied assortment of patterns suited for cottage decoration, in whie,h the requirements of taste and economy may hath,be met. J . .' • B E AR D, OXFORD STREET, OAKENGATES, HOUSE, SION, AND ORNAMENTAL
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
AND FUTURE ? 6000

AND FUTURE ? 6000

NERVOUS PHYSICAL DEBILITY.- A Gentleman, after years of suffering, has discovered a simple means of self-cure. He will be happy forward the particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope. Address, Mr. J. T 8, Chalton-st., Clarendon-square, London, N.W
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
A o see th arefully arvel r 11 irror

A o see th arefully arvel r 11 irror

. United Kingdom, who wishes see the Past, Present, and Future, to look into the ' , MAGIC MIRROR," the of the Age. Sent free to any imidr , es receipt of six stamps.—Address "Magic [Tor" Offices, Sheffield. 24,000 sold seven months. — Established-1830.
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
The lie that is all a lie May be met with and fought outright; But the lie that is half a truth, • Is a harder matter to fight' " We may give further quotations in a future number.]

The lie that is all a lie May be met with and fought outright; But the lie that is half a truth, • Is a harder matter to fight' " We may give further quotations in a future number.]

LEAD POISONING IN POTTERIES.—A kind of lead glazing, is used upon common pottery, the employment of which often causes cases of lead poisoning among the workmen. H. Constantin, of Brest, France, has recently devised a substitute which is said to be much superior and to possess t
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
FARM LABOURERS' COTTAGES.

FARM LABOURERS' COTTAGES.

In order that our readers may see both sides of the question regarling the houses tenanted by labourers , we make extracts from a letter by a special reporter of the Times.—At Lavender-hill, he says, it may be remem. ',red, there are houses of four classes. Those of the lowest a
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
THE BRITISH ARMY.

THE BRITISH ARMY.

DEGRADATION DESERTIONS IN The subject of army desertions has been broneht into ',eminent atemtion by the issue ot the anneal rev, In' Cane, the Inspector-General of Military Prisons; and persons who derive their ideas of the efficiency of the service from the smart appearance of
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
GENER&L LABOUR NEWS.

GENER&L LABOUR NEWS.

The Southern India Goldmining Company in the Wynaad have come upon ii vein of auriferous quartz, which the manager calettlates will yield two ounces of gold to the ton. THE COTTON OPERATIVES OF BOLTON.—At a meet , ing of the Cotton Operatives' Association, held on Thursday night
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
OF WALES. Miners' House of Call, DAWLEY LANE; MORDECAI PITCHFORD, Proprietor.

OF WALES. Miners' House of Call, DAWLEY LANE; MORDECAI PITCHFORD, Proprietor.

September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
THE .THREE HORSE SHOES, MADELEY. IV.. P AGE PROPRIETOR. POSTING in all its branches. DARCY'S DUBLIN STOUT and ALE always

THE .THREE HORSE SHOES, MADELEY. IV.. P AGE PROPRIETOR. POSTING in all its branches. DARCY'S DUBLIN STOUT and ALE always

on and, in casks to anit•cnstomers.
September 12, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
Oakengates, Shropshire. MR. BBOWN AND THE MINERS' ASSOCIATION. To the Editor of the " Egramtner."

Oakengates, Shropshire. MR. BBOWN AND THE MINERS' ASSOCIATION. To the Editor of the " Egramtner."

Sin,—ln my perusal of your invaluable journal, dated the '26th ult.. I saw an address by Mr. Brown to the members of the Miners' Association, North Stafford di. trict. I deeply regret I have to state that I never felt a greater surprise than I did when I read the conclusion of t
October 10, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England