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DASTARDLY OUTRAGE BY BURGLARS.

DASTARDLY OUTRAGE BY BURGLARS.

On Monday morning, the house of Mr Heron, chemist, in a principal street of Plymo uth, was entered by burglars, who stole £5O from the shop and then turned on all the gas leaving one jet lighted, evidently with the intention of blowing up the premises. Mr Heron was awakened, and
May 29, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
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BLA.CtiBRN A shocking.aident, resulting in the death of three men, occurred at a quarter to nine o'clock Oil Tuesday morning, at Mr Aspilen's sawmill, Preston New mut, Blackburn. Three labourers were carrying deals through the yard, and had to pass a pile of 18 baulks of timber,
May 29, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
A BUTTON HOLE A MINUTE. Webster's Button Hole Worker. It is to by advertisement an Idea of the unique and

A BUTTON HOLE A MINUTE. Webster's Button Hole Worker. It is to by advertisement an Idea of the unique and

wonderful features of this ingenious appliance for and working Bution Holes. It is so simple that a child can work a more perfect Button Hole with it than the most experienced needle. woman can without it. Every stitch is taken with the most perfect mechanical accuracy. No prick
May 29, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
THE GREAT BL-00D PURIFIER. ' THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS Purify the foulest blood, and - relieve every Disease of Stomach, Liver,

THE GREAT BL-00D PURIFIER. ' THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS Purify the foulest blood, and - relieve every Disease of Stomach, Liver,

and Kidneys. Para blood gives health. Thousands have been cured by these wonderful Pills whose diseases could not be reached by any other medicine. For rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs, wounds or white swellings, scrofula or king's evil, ca
May 29, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
BOOKS FOR A Year's Cookery. Giving Dishes for Every Day in the Year. By Puitus 53. " Wilt be a

BOOKS FOR A Year's Cookery. Giving Dishes for Every Day in the Year. By Puitus 53. " Wilt be a

treasure in every hioesc."—Scoessisit. Cassell's Domestic Dictionary. As Exleyelovedia for the Household. 1043. Casselfs Domestic Dictienory has me rival."—Qesza. Cassell's Dictionary of Cookery. With Engravings and Coloured Plates. 15s. "The lamest and complete collection ever
May 29, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS. Just Published, a gratuitous Edition of a New and Valuable Medical Work, entitled, HOW TO ENSURE HEALI

TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS. Just Published, a gratuitous Edition of a New and Valuable Medical Work, entitled, HOW TO ENSURE HEALI

II Or. the "CONE DENTIA ERI r ND," By Dr. J. A. BA RNE•I. M.D. (U.S.) Sept post free to any address on receipt of one penny stamp, to prepay ponage, or by lo ter post three stare This Book should be read by every one, young or old of eilher sex. HOW TO AVOID DISEASE. BOW TO REGA
May 29, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
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November 13, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
HEXHAM DEBATING AND MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.

HEXHAM DEBATING AND MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.

INAUGURAL ADDRESS BY Mn. W. ROBB. On Tuesday evening, the inaugural address to the members of the -above society was given by Mr W. Robb, in the Long Room,Waverley Temperance Hotel, Priestpopple. Mr J'. S. Moffatt, president, occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance o
November 13, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
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November 13, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
THE DOUBLE MURDER AT CHIBLEHURST. I

THE DOUBLE MURDER AT CHIBLEHURST. I

Ile prisoner Joseph Waller, aged 24, an expoliceman, formerly stationed at Worship Street, was again brought up before the magistrates at Bromley, charged with the wilful murder of Mr. Edward Ellis, aged 73, and Elizabeth, his wife, aged 56, at their cottage at Chislehurst.—An e
November 13, 1880 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England