Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 59,816 articles

faction. TO HORSE dAIERS, CARTERS, and Others. MARK XT-SQUARE, HANLEY. MR. O'KEEEFE will SELL AUCTION, on Saturday next, January 3Ut,

faction. TO HORSE dAIERS, CARTERS, and Others. MARK XT-SQUARE, HANLEY. MR. O'KEEEFE will SELL AUCTION, on Saturday next, January 3Ut,

1890, a fivo-yearold DARK BAY MARE. Sale at Twelve o'clock prompt. No reserve. Cash at the fall of the hammer. Auctioneer's Office. 13, Market street, Hanley. BOROUGH AUCTION ROOM-!, TRINITY BUILDINGS, HANLEY. VfK. C. BUTTERS will SELL BY AUCTION, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesd
January 30, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WAGES IN THE COAL AND IRON TRADES.

WAGES IN THE COAL AND IRON TRADES.

WAGES THE COAL AND IRON TRADES. NEES' MEETING ■* Tuesday night a goodly number of the members of the Bucknall Lodge of Miners met their lodge room. Mr. Brown was also present, and delivered a short address In the course of bis remarks, Mr. Brown referred to the miners' conference
January 21, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
GUNPOWDER MILLS BLOWN UP.

GUNPOWDER MILLS BLOWN UP.

Two gunpowder mills, belonging to Messrs. Pigon Wilks and Lawrence, near Dartford, were blown this morning, and totally destroyed by the accidental ignition of two green charges sixty pounds each. Fortunately no one was seriously hurt, but the engine driver was cut about the fac
January 21, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Mr. Daly, speaking in support of Mr. aT dature for Mayo, said Mr. Parnell would si* 0 and send Mr.

Mr. Daly, speaking in support of Mr. aT dature for Mayo, said Mr. Parnell would si* 0 and send Mr.

Biggar to Cork and Mr. Mr. Parnell himself, at meeting held V. r c p* Sunday, denied that he had said would fl ilia» Cork or Meath. He declared last nigbt *> he would, if returned, sit for Mayo. .i. c Extraordinary Post-card.—A* .Z. 0 dorf Exhibition, which opens on the 9th "_i
April 13, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

r HANLEY (BOROUGH).— Monday. ■ J - Bromley, (Mayor), R. E Narramore, and E. J- Baxter, Esqrs.)£J •har».,? ICACY -— Ann Crump, a well-known character, was tknlevY.', 1 the information of Mr. C Heath, Officer the , nant Organisation Society, with sending her son h»d been • tWelve
April 13, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
POSTPONEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

POSTPONEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

A bitter disappointment was in store for those who crowded the of the Thames on Saturday with the view of witnessing the great aquatic event of the year—the 'Varsity race. '1 morning was foggy, and the atmosphere was cold and raw. The race was to be run at exceptionally early ho
March 22, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A ????ful accident is reported from Merthyr. A woman named Maber, living the Erecon-roa , went out, leaving aa infant,

A ????ful accident is reported from Merthyr. A woman named Maber, living the Erecon-roa , went out, leaving aa infant,

sixteen months old, sleeping a cradle tie .t'« and another child just over three years of age in tho house. During her absetce the room was discovered on by the neighbours, who rushed in, and discovered that the hapless little occupant of the cradle was dead, having ben burnt to
January 6, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
The "Wax with the Zultib has caused the death of many good and brave men, bat how many more deaths

The "Wax with the Zultib has caused the death of many good and brave men, bat how many more deaths

been caused a neglected Cough or Cold Any person troubled with either of these complaints, or any affection of the Chest and l.'.'.nshould try "Budden'a Balsam of Horehound and Coltsfoot," One dose relieves, one oottle cures. Is. ljd. and 2s 9d.—Agent for Longton, Mr. A. O. Prin
January 6, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
OPENING OF BIODULPM BOWLING GREEN.

OPENING OF BIODULPM BOWLING GREEN.

opening of the Bowling Green Hotel, took place .yesterday afternoon, the members of the club, including a number of gentlemen from Bar lem, holding their annual dinner on the occasion. Unfortunately for Mr. Midwinter, the enterprising proprietor, the weather was very unfavourabl
May 28, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
So fet. TO LET, good HOUSE, 31, Wilson-street, Wintonterrace ; threo minutes' from Station.—Apply, ■ext door. r a BE LEI,

So fet. TO LET, good HOUSE, 31, Wilson-street, Wintonterrace ; threo minutes' from Station.—Apply, ■ext door. r a BE LEI,

with immediate all tnat, JL and well-accustomed the rfalstaff Inn, be ng one of the best business houses ia the borougu, having both beer and wine licence attached. ibere a splendid trade to the house, ami satisfactory reasons can be given for leaving.—Apply to Mr. Goodwin, on t
January 14, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England