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THE METHODIST (ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE

THE METHODIST (ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE

The Conference resumed on Saturday morning, under the presidency of the Rev. S. B. Southerland, D.D., Methodist Protestant Church. paper was read by the Eev. Joseph Wood, M.A., of the Primitive Methodist Church of Great Britain, on the training of children Christian homes so as
September 12, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE LAND QUESTION IN IRELAND

THE LAND QUESTION IN IRELAND

THE LAND QUESTION IRELAND The recently.!, rmea committee of Irish landlords to publish a series pamphlets for the purpose diffusing sound information upon the land question. The first of these, now issued, is entitled ''Notes upon the Gorernment Valuation of Land in Ireland." It
July 7, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A TRAIN ACCIDENT.

A TRAIN ACCIDENT.

coal train on the Great Northern Railway, nea. king's Cross, this morning, ran into an engine standing •* the line. The engines overturned, and the valves scalding the driver and stoker. One has since *ied.
September 15, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

EXHIBITION AT STAFFORD. ♦ The Staffordshire Agricultural Society has existed for years, and now, of Cour c, one ol the established institutions of the com.ty. A recognised rule observed by the committee is to l.o'd the annual exhibition alternately—at town in the centre of a lar
September 15, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Apartment* let Slanted. LODGING', for a respectable Working Man; terms reasonable.—Apply 13, si'verdale road Newcastle. ry*o LET, BEDROOM and SITTING

Apartment* let Slanted. LODGING', for a respectable Working Man; terms reasonable.—Apply 13, si'verdale road Newcastle. ry*o LET, BEDROOM and SITTING

ROOM (furnished or I unfurnished) ; pleasantly situated.—Apply, 84, Hartshill. ARTMENTs, for One or Two Gentiemen.—Address, M., Upper Normacot-road, longton. WANTED, by respectable Man~"a _ good," HOME, in Longton Dresden.—Apply, by ietter, J. P., Sentinel Office, Hauley. a GEWT
September 15, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
■■■■■'■^^^^'"■■■■■■n— —_______TO_W»i LO-IT, Monday night, Black Tan DOG, answers tn Brit Finder rewarded. Anyone detaining it after no ice will

■■■■■'■^^^^'"■■■■■■n— —_______TO_W»i LO-IT, Monday night, Black Tan DOG, answers tn Brit Finder rewarded. Anyone detaining it after no ice will

be prosecuted.—J. Holdcroft, Sutherland Pottery, Daisy Bank, longton. LOST, large SHEEP DOG; black body, white throat and foot Finder rewarded ; detainer prosecuted. —A pp, y, Mill Bank Colliery, Silverdalo. LOST, on Sunday7~between Turn-tail and bed Bull, LADY'S Black MACINTOSH
September 15, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SANDOWN PARK RACES.

SANDOWN PARK RACES.

MATCH. Gareth beat Starstone. PRINCE OF WALES' CUP. Warren Hastings, 1; Dinna Forget, 2 ; Queensland, 3. Four ran. VICTORIA CUP. Knight of Burghley, 1; King Stephen, 2; Woodreeve, 3. Nine ran. TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE. Resin the Bow, 1; Nita, 2 ; Ironclad, 3. Four ran. DITTON STAKES.
July 21, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SENTENCES OF DEATH.

SENTENCES OF DEATH.

At Londonderry Assizes, to day, Elizabeth Buchanan was sentenced to death for the murder of her husband in Londonderry last April. The execution takes place on August 23rd. John Richmond will be executed on August Bth Durham, for murdering his wife.
July 21, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Shocking Massacre of a Railway Surveying Party.—lnformation just brought to Liverpool from St. Louis, U.S., dated 6thinst., reports the murder

Shocking Massacre of a Railway Surveying Party.—lnformation just brought to Liverpool from St. Louis, U.S., dated 6thinst., reports the murder

of surveying party, thirteen in number, near Pasco del Norte, Santa Fe. The discovery of the terrible crime was made by a party of Americans going to Chihuahua, who saw on the road near the Saw Hills thirteen dead bodies, ail of men belonging to surveying parties of the Mexican
July 21, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE, LIVERPOOL.

THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE, LIVERPOOL.

The Conference assembled half-past nine on Wednesday morning, and proceeded to complete the elections for the Legal Hundred, and the following were elected: The Revs. Frederick Macdonald, George Bornley, Edwin H. Tindall, John Hay, John Shaw Banks ; on behalf of the Irish Confer
July 21, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England