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STOCK AUCTION MAItTS.

STOCK AUCTION MAItTS.

TYNKDALII, MIRAN, Dec. 24—Sir Thomas Blandford ha 4 through his ring to-day a fair au , ply of ca , tle, ko., and good prices were realised for the quality dispoeeo of. Fat heifers from £ll 2s 6d la £l9 2s 6d, top, Mr Henry R;ohlty, of Aydon. Pork pigs from lie to 365, top, Mr T
December 29, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
H &LLB ANKGATE.

H &LLB ANKGATE.

ENTERTAINMENT —On Friday evening, 1111 enter. tainment was given in the school-room, with the objeot of providing tenth' to puruhase new books for the library in connection with the reading room. There was a large and appreciative audience. The Rev. W. B. Gowan, who presided, co
February 15, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
BRAMPTON.

BRAMPTON.

THE DISTRESS.—The sum of £2O has been handed ovei. to Mr John Carrick, treasurer of the fend for the relief of the p4or, by Mr Milburn, Captain of the Talkin Taro Amateur /towing Club, being a first instalment from the receipts of the theatrical entertainment. Another entertainm
February 15, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
MARKETS. CORN MOH EMI.

MARKETS. CORN MOH EMI.

1111.XliAlli, Feb. 11.—The supplies of grain we and there eras but e thin attendance of purchasers. Wheat said at week's rates, viz., 41s per qr. Barley prises rather better than last week vii., 30s to 30s Id. Oats fetched TAs to endfield peas. 30a per qr. NIWOASTiaI, Yob. 11.—A
February 15, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
HO PE'S 11411IVALLED CONCENTRATED ARO MAT IC CATTLE FOOD IS the best balanced, cheapest, most nutritious, and healthful Cattle Food

HO PE'S 11411IVALLED CONCENTRATED ARO MAT IC CATTLE FOOD IS the best balanced, cheapest, most nutritious, and healthful Cattle Food

in the United Kingdom. Unequalled for HORSES, FAT AND STORE CATTLE, MILCH COWS, CALVES, SHEEP, DOGS, AND POULTRY. Descriptive Catalogue on application. Price £lO 15s per Ton. Carriage free on good orders. Trade Mark on each Bag. Guaranteed Analysis. APPLY TO JOHN HOPE, July., Me
February 15, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION t PRICE 01V E PEN. ABROAD.

REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION t PRICE 01V E PEN. ABROAD.

February 1, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
HEXHAM SCHOOL BOARD.

HEXHAM SCHOOL BOARD.

EXTRAORDINARY MEETING An extraordinary meeting of members of the Rexham School Board was held on Monday, in the Board Room, Rev Canon Barker presiding, for the purpose of taking into consideration the plans and specifications prepared in reference to the scheme for alterations t
February 1, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
GILSLAND.

GILSLAND.

BAND or HOPE MEETING.—Ou Saturday night last, the Gilsland Band of Hope held their fortnightly meeting in the Wesleyan Chapel, Mumps' Hall, Gilsland. Mr Robert Thompson, Green Grove Cottages, king of the band, presided. There was a very good audience. The following ladioa and ge
February 1, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
His end wu "Peace with Honour "

His end wu "Peace with Honour "

If there is any lady or gentleman wholes not yet tried Budiew's Balsam of Horehound and Doltsfoot for ooughs, °olds, bronchitis, or any if etion of the cheat or lungs, let them do so at ono., and they will find that one dose will give rolief, and one bottie, in most oases, effec
February 1, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
LADIES & OTHERS are invited to co-operaa (by subscribing in sums of £5 and upwards)in esAblish. ing a new LADIES'

LADIES & OTHERS are invited to co-operaa (by subscribing in sums of £5 and upwards)in esAblish. ing a new LADIES'

DRESS, ASSOCIATION. Subscribers receive a substantial proportion of profits of founding same, namely, for every £5 sub scribed four fully paid £5 Bonus Mares, by tared transfer from the founders, giving to the bolder% in addition to equal Dividends with all other shamed/le right
February 1, 1879 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England