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MEAI LNG OPE NIGHTINGALES.

MEAI LNG OPE NIGHTINGALES.

Fanciers have a peculiar recipe for inducing the freshly-caught birds to take food, which is called " meeting off.'' It is managed in the following ingenious manner :—Some fresh raw beef or bullock'e heart is scraped, and, being divested of all fitnous substance, is mixed into a
December 27, 1879 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
god THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINA-

god THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINA-

TION OF THE CZAR. The report reaches us from Moscow that the individual who attempted the assessina. tion of the Czar was no other than Fomin, the Nihilist leader, who escaped from the citadel at Wilzig, a short time ago. The Colonel of the Gendarmerie and several of the prison
December 27, 1879 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
ALMANAC S.

ALMANAC S.

a. d. Ally Sloper's Comic Calendar Animals' Friend Sheet Almanac 0 1 Band offlope „ 9. British Workman,, „ Christian Age „ „ Churchman's ~—, — 0 2 Back-at-Mooin Olinenack - 0 1 Bairnslt Foaks, _„. .. - - Bow BellE iiiiitratea Almanac, Cassefl'B 08 - C - a - iVer - es Mechanics'
December 27, 1879 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
ST. LUKE'S NEW CONNEXION.

ST. LUKE'S NEW CONNEXION.

LUKE'S NEW CONNEXION. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs S. A. Sadler opened a Chrismsas Tree and Bazaar in the St. Luke's Iron Charul, Corporation-road. The room was neatly decorated with flags and evergreens; the tree was laden with *aliens toys, and the atal s were covered with numerous a
December 27, 1879 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
TYNE STEAMER IN COLLISION. FOUR LIVES LOST.

TYNE STEAMER IN COLLISION. FOUR LIVES LOST.

- The British steamer Glenavon, Capt. Beasley, from Dantzic to Rotterdam, reports having been in collision with the German barque Die Schwalbe, from Grimsby to Rostock, in the Kattegat, Denmark. The former ves,el is uninjured. The latter sunk. Three of the crew and the captain w
December 27, 1879 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
CHRISTMAS I CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. I PRESENTS. PRESENTS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENT§I HATS, CAPS, I WOOL MIT

CHRISTMAS I CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. I PRESENTS. PRESENTS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENT§I HATS, CAPS, I WOOL MIT

TS, , I NEEDLE CASES TIES, GLOVES, PIN CESCASES, SILK POCKETS, I ALBUMS, I GRANDFATHER'S CLUCKS, to A quantity Fancy SKIN MATS and RUGS Cheap (make a yery seasonable Present). GENatE HATTER, HOSIER, & MEN'S MERCER, 09, LINTHORPE-ROAD, & 9, NEWPORT-ROAD, MIDDLESBROUGH.
December 27, 1879 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
TARAXACUM AND PODOPHYLLIN, a Stimulant to the Liver.—A dose of this combination is recommended to anyone complaining to liver derangements,

TARAXACUM AND PODOPHYLLIN, a Stimulant to the Liver.—A dose of this combination is recommended to anyone complaining to liver derangements,

more particularly when arising from slight congestion. By gently stimulating the liver and slightly moving the bowels, the heavy dr ow sy feeling and headacqe, with generally pains in the chest and back, especially after eating, are dissipated Taraxacum and Podophyllin is much '
December 27, 1879 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
BIJENDIG OF THE YULE LOG.

BIJENDIG OF THE YULE LOG.

Like many other ecclesiastical and social practices of Christendom, the burning of the Yule log on Christmas-eve seams to have had • Pagan origin. Our Scandinavian forefathers at the winter solstice, at their feast of "Jon!," used to make huge bonfires in honour of their god Tho
December 27, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
the relief amo unte d Iteesra

the relief amo unte d Iteesra

relief unte d Iteesra enemy '' We ridiculous it assumes a sons affected 'l . per. Balfour, wearing an ___ coat, . assbevelled locks, and with an oyster _ on his arm, prowling about the public-houses in Scotland-read, meandering in at one door and dodging out at the ether, watchin
December 27, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LAW AND SERVANTGALISM.

LAW AND SERVANTGALISM.

Maces where "no followers are allowed" are not popular with at least the advanced section of "our domestics" ; and the masters and mistresses who deny to their sery is the trifling pleasure of receiving and entertaining visitors of their own are voted mean and selfish. We shall
December 27, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England