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Mr. Maskelyne, the head of the Mineral Department at British Museum, contributes a letter to the Tines, givng the results

Mr. Maskelyne, the head of the Mineral Department at British Museum, contributes a letter to the Tines, givng the results

of his examination of tbe artificial diamoids manufactured by Mr. Mac Tear, Glasgow. He snhected the crystals to very severe testß, and has hestation in declaring that they are not diamonds, but meiely some crystallised silicate. He has no doubt, howeve, that tbe problem of the
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TO LET, COKNER FREE BEERHOUSE, Stone. Rant an-1 ingoing low. Immediate possession.—James Smallwood, Painter, Stone. HMO BE LET, with immediate

TO LET, COKNER FREE BEERHOUSE, Stone. Rant an-1 ingoing low. Immediate possession.—James Smallwood, Painter, Stone. HMO BE LET, with immediate

possession, first-class JL general DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, situate in the best position Newcastle-under Lyme. stock. Fixtures at valuation. Kent moderate.—Apply to J. Stockton, Auctioneer, Ac, 12, Trinity-street, Banley. v v Private Hansom. one need apply but those accustomed to
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
JOHN Juh., AUCTIONEER IRD 42, HOPE-STREET, EANLEY. ROEBUCK INN, ELIZABETH-STBEEI, Proprietor Harry Stevenson. FREE AND EASY every a*o SATURDAY, when

JOHN Juh., AUCTIONEER IRD 42, HOPE-STREET, EANLEY. ROEBUCK INN, ELIZABETH-STBEEI, Proprietor Harry Stevenson. FREE AND EASY every a*o SATURDAY, when

HARRY STEVENSON appears round bis Favourite Sonus, assisted by all AMATEURS the SPARKLING ALES ALWAYS FINE CONDITJOH STONE ALES, ENTIRE, SWAN passage, HANLETT. rpHOMAS WILLETT, POTTERS' LATHE AND TOOL MANUFACTURER, STREET, BURJsLEM. Jiggers, Jollies, Gilding Wheels, Printing Pre
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Speaking at meeting Hill, Roman Catholic priest, the Rev. Dr. Cave, of Stourbridge, said that John Bull, iv his hurry

Speaking at meeting Hill, Roman Catholic priest, the Rev. Dr. Cave, of Stourbridge, said that John Bull, iv his hurry

be the universal Cheap Jack " to all civilised and savage, had neglected encourage horticulture and agriculture, and instead of encouraging men to till the gronnd for their subsistence, tbey bad been forced into art and mechanics' institutions study optics, hydrostatics, telepho
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
the hangman, who died the other day, left his autobiography in manuscript, and it is to be published forthwith. It

the hangman, who died the other day, left his autobiography in manuscript, and it is to be published forthwith. It

purports to give an account of all the executions which the great man assisted during his fifty years of office—a cupful horrors which ought urely to satisfy the most morbid readers of the Newgate Calendar class ef literature. Centenary of Sunday Schools.—The Committee of the Ch
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MESSRS. MILLER and EMEBY beg to Inform their numerous friends and the public generally that they have commenced Business AUCTIONEERS

MESSRS. MILLER and EMEBY beg to Inform their numerous friends and the public generally that they have commenced Business AUCTIONEERS

and VALUERS. _ All business entrusted to their management will receive tbe greatest care, and their clients may rely jpo prompt aatuements. Money Advanced on Goods consigned for positive Sale. Auction Officea: and Crown Bank, JW. CELEBRATE! » CAMBRIDGE AND GERMAN SAUSAGES. • FAM
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
* On m. DEATHS. « nlt at 1G > Sneyd-strtet, Cobridge, Anne, 7 •"* her residence, James-street, Stoke}<i..r. Joha Chadwick,

* On m. DEATHS. « nlt at 1G > Sneyd-strtet, Cobridge, Anne, 7 •"* her residence, James-street, Stoke}<i..r. Joha Chadwick,

in her 38th
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE TAY BRIDGE DISASTER.

THE TAY BRIDGE DISASTER.

FURTHER DIVING OPERATIONS. DISCOVERY OF MORE CARRIAGES. RELIEF MEETING DUNDEE. The luggage found at Ferry and elsewhere had been placed the parcel office at the Tay Bridge Station, where it awaits identification. The destruction the bridge has opened discussion which is not like
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE SKATING RINiC, Han LEY: TO BE GIVEN AWAY, Wednesday, January 7tu, 1880, a, SILVER MKDAL, to tho person who

STAFFORDSHIRE SKATING RINiC, Han LEY: TO BE GIVEN AWAY, Wednesday, January 7tu, 1880, a, SILVER MKDAL, to tho person who

does mile (forward) the shortest time. '" 1 ■ 1 •'' ■ .!" »"•■' Contest to commence at o'clock. Entrance fee, One Shilling each. N.B.—Amateurs not allowed compete. H M A~b TREE. WESLEYAN SCHOOLROOM, HARRISEAHEAD. The SALE of USEFUL and FANCY ARTICLES will RESUMED Saturday Next,
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
ASCENT OF HECIA BY A LADY.

ASCENT OF HECIA BY A LADY.

IS. nvik, Iceland. . » daughter of the Bishop of Beyktfi-cla, * ttn eat * volcano, making Beolo«ieai i? tiie snminer, for the purpose of the lar»*r ations. The temperature the considerable at<!rB she had recentl " column. , it craters tbere arose heavy ,v v ' Bul,hurons characte
January 1, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England