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THE CLEVELAND AUCTION MART, 7 arviBORWGH. • that th 4

THE CLEVELAND AUCTION MART, 7 arviBORWGH. • that th 4

June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
LOT 3.

LOT 3.

All that BRIGANTINE " 1 PORCIA," of Hartlepool aforesaid, built at Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1829, and now lying in the said outer Harbour of Hartlep:Nol. This vessel's registered tonnage is 126 41-100, length 75 feet, breadth 22 feet 8 inches, depth between decks 6 feet 2 inches. Sh
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
TO. ; •FiyArciO)ff !WDRISSEB, • f SEW LEOTOB O THZ- PARLIA-

TO. ; •FiyArciO)ff !WDRISSEB, • f SEW LEOTOB O THZ- PARLIA-

TO. ; !WDRISSEB, • f LEOTOB O THZ- PARLIA- MENTARY BOROUGH OF MIDDLESBROUGH. GENT LE hi E N ,—ln response to every generally expressed wish, confirmed by the unanimous vote of a crowded and enthrutiastio meeting of Liberals, I have oonsented to be nominated as a Candidate to repr
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
THE MIDDLESBRO UGH SEWERAGE AWARD. DECISION AGAINST THE OORPORATION.

THE MIDDLESBRO UGH SEWERAGE AWARD. DECISION AGAINST THE OORPORATION.

The award of Mr T. Gow, umpire in the Arbitration proceedings between the Middlesbrough Owners, Miss Brown, and the Corporation, has been received. It is dated the Bth inst., but it was not ' taken up till this week. The first claim was a joint one by Messrs Pease and Miss Brown
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
11ELIQURNE HOUSE, NLW ititta. — tIiSCHOOL for the BOARD and EDUCATION i of YOUNG GENTLEMEN. Pantcrra.:—F. M. ARMSTONG. (Son of

11ELIQURNE HOUSE, NLW ititta. — tIiSCHOOL for the BOARD and EDUCATION i of YOUNG GENTLEMEN. Pantcrra.:—F. M. ARMSTONG. (Son of

Mrs Armstrong, Fulford Field House.) Terms— 6 or 7 Guineas per quarter, according to Age. No notice is required previous to the removal of a pupil. 102 VI:ILFORD FIELD HOUSE, YORK, CONDUCTED by Mrs ARMSTRONG, ha s f or some years had a great reputation for its superior Education
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A SEIADOWED LIFE; or, The MYSTERY OF GREYSTONE QUARRY,

A SEIADOWED LIFE; or, The MYSTERY OF GREYSTONE QUARRY,

June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
In consequence of sfirerious soutations of LEA AND PERRINS' SAUCE , which are calculated to deceive the Public, Lea and

In consequence of sfirerious soutations of LEA AND PERRINS' SAUCE , which are calculated to deceive the Public, Lea and

Perrin: have adopted A NEW LABEL, bearing their .s . ignaotre, thus. • which is placed on every bottle of WORCESTERSIIIRE SAUCE, and without which none is genuine. Sold Wholesale by the Proprietors, Worcester; Crosse and Blachteli. tomion ; and Export Oilmen generally. Retail, b
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
THE TRENCH DERBY.

THE TRENCH DERBY.

The Grand : Prix de Paris race was run for on. the Bois de Boulogne on the 16th mash, in the presence of a assemblage of spectators, including Martha] MacMahon, the Shah of Penis, the Prince of Orange, the Duke of Aosta, and many members of the and Free& aristocracy. The race wa
June 29, 1878 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
HOOLEY HILL.

HOOLEY HILL.

This Paper may had every Friday evening at Mr Butterworth's, Newsagent, Hooley Hill. CHARGE OF STEALING 61—At the Ashton Police Court, on Wednesday. before Menace George Mellor and Thomas Harrison, E•qs., Edward Kemble, a factory operative of Ashton, was charged with etealing fr
June 29, 1878 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
SHOCKING SUICIDE ON THE MILWAY NEAR STALYBRIDUE. THE INQUEST

SHOCKING SUICIDE ON THE MILWAY NEAR STALYBRIDUE. THE INQUEST

On Saturday morning Mr F. Price, coroner, held an inquest at the Rose and Crown Inu, Marketstreet, Stalybridge, touching the death of a young man unknown, bun supposed to be named Allen Ramsay, who was killed on the railc ay at Herod, on Thursday. The body of the deceased bad no
June 29, 1878 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England