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THIRD PP,IZE.

THIRD PP,IZE.

Allendale Town Dec. 2i, 1880.- 81a,—I have received a Gold as tdre Third Prize in last Grand Free Distribution of Preserts. have shown it to many friends, Who one and alt express their admiration of the Mine. As for inyself, I am . 60 pleased with it,. that in duty I shall regon
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
FATAL ACCII)EI)7 TO A FEMALE :. GROOM.

FATAL ACCII)EI)7 TO A FEMALE :. GROOM.

FATAL ACCII)EI)7 TO A FEMALE :. CURIOUS CASE OF CONCEALMENT OF SEX. An instance of a woman having passed herself as a man, and engaged in duties usinilly discharged by men, came to light ou Sunday in the Glasgow Western In- Jittuary. The name under which the woman in question wen
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
E S TAB LISIf E D 1778. SILVER PLATE, ELEOTRO l"_ ' :1( JEWELLERY, CHRON PLATE, WATCHES, ,VMS . METERS,

E S TAB LISIf E D 1778. SILVER PLATE, ELEOTRO l"_ ' :1( JEWELLERY, CHRON PLATE, WATCHES, ,VMS . METERS,

CLOCKS. REID & SONS, GOLDSMITHS AND JEWELLERS TO THE QUEEN, CHRONOMETER MAKERS TO THE ADMIRALTY, Have been awarded Pans MEDALS BS the LONDON, Paws, and HAY2I Exmarrioes, including the Righeat Award, a HONOUR."
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
SWEETING'S ESTABLISHED over 40 YEAR& and acknowledged to be SAFEST and QUICHE/It T OOTH -ACHE for TOOTH ELIXIR. _ by

SWEETING'S ESTABLISHED over 40 YEAR& and acknowledged to be SAFEST and QUICHE/It T OOTH -ACHE for TOOTH ELIXIR. _ by

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December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
I'ooklal.l..

I'ooklal.l..

• 'HEXIIAM jtMORA v. WINT.AroN.,-.-A match be. tweet' the above _elubS was itt Winlaton on Saturday, and, titter-a very pleasant game, resulted in -a victory for the visitors by one goal, two tries, and one ! touch down to one touch down obtaint4 by the home I team. For the visiW
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
MARKETS. CORK MARKETS.

MARKETS. CORK MARKETS.

CARLISLE, Dec. 18. —Prices :—White wheat, new, 6d to 203 6d ; red wheat, new, las ikl to Od ; do. olil, Os to Os; oats, new, is lid to Os Od; do. old, Os Oil to Od per three imperial bushels. Small supply of wheat; good of oats. Wheat sold slowly at a reduction of about IP per q
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
Address—THE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CLUB COMPANY, BEAUMONT STREET, HEXHAM-ON-TYNE.

Address—THE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CLUB COMPANY, BEAUMONT STREET, HEXHAM-ON-TYNE.

Foot and mouth diseaso has appeared in Northampton. Three bodies were brought up from the Peuygraig colliery on Saturday. ' - A Blight shock of earthquake was felt at Charleville, Ireland, on Saturday. In the Queen's Bench Division on Monday, a man named Jacobsen was fined £25 f
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
STANHOPE.

STANHOPE.

CHARGE AGAINST A STANHOPE TRADESMAN—On Friday, at the Stanhope Petty Sessions, before the Revs Canon Gray and G. P. Wilkinson, George Heads was charged under the Debtors' Act, 1869, that he, "being a person whose affairs are in liquidation, unlawfully, within four months next be
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
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_ , Bage r w ; VO 494 Th 4340 tdri t .4474 1 ; Td . carpritp-; i:aosp• alriers-ir to be the ....._ —igue Mr T. Brown, who novibecomes senior steward. A discussion took place as to the time for holding a circuit bazaar which had previously been arranged for, to clear on the remain
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
ot a penny in the pound. In the opinion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer the condition of the public

ot a penny in the pound. In the opinion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer the condition of the public

finances required a budget, supplementary to the one previously introduced by Sir Stafford. Northcote, to keep things straight. The Employers' Liability Act, and Mr. Fuweetes improvements and extensions of the Post-office Savinp Bank system are to be noted among the praatical an
December 25, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England