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W. WILSON (Late of Leeds,) HAIRDRRSSER, 8, Reed street, West HartlepooL UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS made to Order, Revered, Re-setmed and

W. WILSON (Late of Leeds,) HAIRDRRSSER, 8, Reed street, West HartlepooL UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS made to Order, Revered, Re-setmed and

Repaired on the shortest notice.
January 12, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
• CHRISTMAS AND NEW TEAR'S PRESENT& G . E . E . 1' H. E DSO N 9 ' 87,

• CHRISTMAS AND NEW TEAR'S PRESENT& G . E . E . 1' H. E DSO N 9 ' 87,

'Newport-road, Middlesbrough, Begs to call attention to his large and varied Stock, Suitablelor Presents.. GOLD AND SILVER WATCH', ALL WARRiNTED. r Gold Go‘ Alberts.B4np, Pins, Studs, Brooches, Lockets, Sleeve Links , Ear.rings, &0., &o. Silver ' Brobtbes, Ear.rts, Lockets, Neck
January 12, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A New Medical Work of Vital Importance on the Cure of Debilitating and other Diseased. VISED EDITION. Just Published, Free

A New Medical Work of Vital Importance on the Cure of Debilitating and other Diseased. VISED EDITION. Just Published, Free

Edition, 188 pages, by Poet, in Envelope, to all Parts of the World, Two Stamps. THE WARNING VOICE; OR, DEBILITATING AND NERVOUS DISEASES : Their CAUSE, CONSEQU EN CE, SMPTOMS, and TREATMENT. By HFINRY SMITH, Doctor of Medioiniand Surgery of the UniverFity of Jens. THIS IS A NEW
January 12, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Price One Penny, post free stamps. FAMILY HERALD SUPPLEMENT for January. A SHADOW ON THE THRESHOLD: A Complete Novelette, by

Price One Penny, post free stamps. FAMILY HERALD SUPPLEMENT for January. A SHADOW ON THE THRESHOLD: A Complete Novelette, by

the Atithor of "Old Myddleton's Money," " Nora's Love Test," For the above see F Ammy HERALD SUPPLEMENT for January. The Saturday Review says of the Farms HISALD—" Its novels and tales are quite as well written as the best circulating library stories." W. STIVSNB, 421, Strand, L
January 12, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
WEST END HOUSE. T C. SILLS, Hosier, just purchased ri • a Large Stock of Books, Stookings, Shirts, Pante', and

WEST END HOUSE. T C. SILLS, Hosier, just purchased ri • a Large Stock of Books, Stookings, Shirts, Pante', and

Sthglets, For his New Premises, in all qualities. J. 0. SILLS, 1 k 43, RD. ICorner Garden-at.)
January 12, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
S PECIAL NOVICE. DENTAL SURGERY. Mews. E. Mosely and Son, Surgeon Dentists, have removed at Stockton to Private Chambers, No.

S PECIAL NOVICE. DENTAL SURGERY. Mews. E. Mosely and Son, Surgeon Dentists, have removed at Stockton to Private Chambers, No.

100, High-street, where they may be consulted as usual EVERY WEDNESDAY. (See Advt.)
January 12, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
e._•.f.".. THE WAR IN THE EAST. SEVERE TURKISH DISASTERS.

e._•.f.".. THE WAR IN THE EAST. SEVERE TURKISH DISASTERS.

January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY "RESURRECTION" OF A PRISONER.

EXTRAORDINARY "RESURRECTION" OF A PRISONER.

lOne of the Liverpool detective police has just succeeded in arresting a man in this town whose efforts to escape from justice might form the theme for a writer of romance. The circumstances connected with his case, as reported by the officers of the law , are these the early pa
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISTRESSES AND SERVANTS.

MISTRESSES AND SERVANTS.

Servants have sometimes very peculiar ideas as se their rights, and their relationship to their employers. They think themselves supreme in their @win domain, and resent any interference with their duties or their conduct on the part of those whose wages they take and whose food
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEATII•OF THE KING OF ITALY. I

DEATII•OF THE KING OF ITALY. I

After an illness of barely five days the King of ! I Italy has died. A Reuters Borne telegram states that Majesty expired at half-pt two o'clock on Wednesday. This intelligence is sudden and unexpected. It was only on Monday that for the first ! tune the public was made aware, t
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England