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TOBACCO-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, The Manufactory, 94, High Street, Banbury. G. HIRST. TOBACCO MANUFACTURER, HAS Lad great experience in tbe selection

TOBACCO-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, The Manufactory, 94, High Street, Banbury. G. HIRST. TOBACCO MANUFACTURER, HAS Lad great experience in tbe selection

of the row material, the l**«t Jinod.-m machinery, i»» acquainted with the most approved system of manufacture, and therefore aide to supply article, fot freshness and quality cannot l*e surpassed. All Kinds of Tobaccos, Cigars, and Snuffs.
February 24, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
TH E PRO VI NCI ALGR AN D LOJ)«; E.

TH E PRO VI NCI ALGR AN D LOJ)«; E.

TH PRO VI NCI ALGR AN LOJ)«; E. His Royal Highness Prince w.w (Wedncsclay) inatalleU »s Provincial riiau<l Master of Oxfordshire. The ceremony took place in the Shehlonian Theatre, and was attended by large body of (>rand Officers, among whom ere Lord Skelinersdale, the Marquis o
February 24, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
PRINTING

PRINTING

Of Every Description upon the Shortest Possible Notice, in the Best Style, and at Moderate Charges. JOHN POTTS, 51, PARSON’S STREET, BANBURY. Attention ie particularly requested RECEI»T dPECIHENS OF COLOUR PP.INT-UO \ Bt-.t Only being used, the Colourc are Guaranteed not to Fad»
February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
CLARKE'S* WORLD FAMED

CLARKE'S* WORLD FAMED

Trado Mark,-“ Blood Mixture.” The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER & RESTORER SKIN DISEASES, Eruption*. Blotch**, Sore Leg*, Old Sore».(*ldnaular Cancerous Spots, Pimpk-H, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Kingworms, Sc.ild Head*. Sore Eye*. Erviipoli*. Itch, Scurf*. Discolonaion* the Skin, Humo
February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
E vndrrsignrd Sfwrng chine ('ompcitx i-4 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that their ONLY RECOGNISED AGENTS /nr Banbury and District, MESSRS. HYDE

E vndrrsignrd Sfwrng chine ('ompcitx i-4 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that their ONLY RECOGNISED AGENTS /nr Banbury and District, MESSRS. HYDE

BROTHERS, Of 38, MARKET PLACE, To u-hom they request Intending Purchasers to apply ord>-r to avoid the fraudulent imitation of their patents note being offered to the public genuine Sewing Machines. Wheeler Jr Wilson Gunn, Jones <ie Co,London Wm. Jones «<• Co., Guide. Bridge Max
February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
IRON FENCING.

IRON FENCING.

TENDERS are invited for the Supply and Fixing of about 1700 yards of continuous IRON FENCING, on the sides of the New Road, near Swift’s House, the residence of General Sir Thomas Peyton, Ban. The pattern and height of the Fencing may ?e»-n application to the Gardener, at Swift’
February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Mr. J. U. BRER E.

Mr. J. U. BRER E.

Intermediate Sales. Banbury Market. Momw. JONAS PAXTON, SON, CASTLE. February 15—Stock, Station. February Timber, IX:ddiugton, Ayi.ho, &<•. February 22—Sto-k. Upper Roddingb-n. During the present Montn —Timlxr, Adhtone. In April—Properties, Prior’n Man*ton. Ac. Messrs. RUSSEL AN
February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE BANBURY GUARDIAN, T

THE BANBURY GUARDIAN, T

February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
HI'N'JAHY. THE LATE FRANCIj* PE.VK.

HI'N'JAHY. THE LATE FRANCIj* PE.VK.

If H-ia l 'csth, February Peak's funeral this morning w-as, beyond all description grand and imposing. There has *n nothing like txo* the Coronation of Francis Joseph. was, indeed, Hungarv who hnried Peak. Vnleseprevented illness, everyone was there who has name or b of account
February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tin: r.MTKD .status.

Tin: r.MTKD .status.

Philadelphia, Fe'/ruary S. A terrific windstorm raged yesterday alont; the Atlantic a'*o.rl, caus much damage. The wind attained v fo; the north-wost of 70 mile* an hour. Telegraph wires were partially prostrat d. From all directions rr|*,rU come ti day of unroofed and destroyed
February 10, 1876 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England