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OTHER CIGAR CASES,

OTHER CIGAR CASES,

AND OTHER Cope's,
November 19, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
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i c. , . THE CONVICT LEFROY. The Daily News of Tuesday said :—" The friends of the condemmed man, Percy Lefroy Mapleton, are still engaged in collecting information respecting the existence of insanity in the prisoner's family, with a view to using the particulars so elicited in
November 19, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
THE ENGLISH LAND QUESTION.

THE ENGLISH LAND QUESTION.

On Tuesday night Mr. Goschen, M.P., addressed a meeting- of the Liberal Association at Watford on Free Trade and the present cordition of the English Land Question. With respect to the former, the right hon. gentleman pointed out that, so far from an excess of imports bein g p r
November 19, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
THE GREAT LANDSLIP IN SWITZERLAND.

THE GREAT LANDSLIP IN SWITZERLAND.

Acting on reports from Elm that the symptoms displayed by the Ischingel Alp were again very disquieting and ominous of impending danger ' the Government of Glarus a few days ago requested Professor Afini to make another inspection of the mountain, for which the present splendid
November 19, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
HOME FARM, ENVILLE HALL, .E'NVILLE, dTAFFORDSLIIRE. 'AIR. H. KING i 3 favoured with instructions from The Et. Hon. The Earl

HOME FARM, ENVILLE HALL, .E'NVILLE, dTAFFORDSLIIRE. 'AIR. H. KING i 3 favoured with instructions from The Et. Hon. The Earl

of Stamford and Warrington, to SELL by AUCTION, On MONDAY NOVEMBER 21st, 1881, the Valuable LIVE & DEAD FARNIING STOCK, of some Farms recentiy let, comprising :- 11 POWERFUL & ACME DRAUGHT HORSES, several suitable fur Dray purkoses, well-known good workers. 45 PRIME FAT SHEEP, F
November 19, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
THE STOURBRIDGE OBSERVER.

THE STOURBRIDGE OBSERVER.

TEE "PRINCESS ALICE" DISASTERAN INTERESTING QUESTION. In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, before Justices Lindley and Mathew, the cause of "The Queen v. Edwards" has been heard. This was a special case stated by the ohaixman of the West Kent Quarter Sessions ra
April 9, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
MR. MUNDELLA ON EDUCATION.

MR. MUNDELLA ON EDUCATION.

Mr. Mundella, M.P., in opening the new Board Schools at Nottingham, said that although it was not the object of the founders of a system of national education to impart any direct or special religious teaching, the effect of the system had been to add to religious instruction im
April 9, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
OLD HILL.

OLD HILL.

AssAuvr,—At the Police Court on Wednesday. before Mes rs. F. D. L. Smith, W. Bassano, H. Howard, and C. Hol-roft, Sarnu-1 Smith URS charged ass :ulting Charles Williams on the 28th ult.—The complainant said that he met iho defendant who pu,hecl him into a beige, struck him sever
April 9, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
SUNDAY was an important day in the contemporary history of the United Kingdom. What England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland wore

SUNDAY was an important day in the contemporary history of the United Kingdom. What England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland wore

then, they will continue to be, for official purposes, for ten years to come. A decade will wane away, households will come and go, some towns will increase and others will diminish, but our rank in the population estimate of the world will be fixed by the numbers found in these
April 9, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
BELBROUGH FON. GENERAL NEWS.

BELBROUGH FON. GENERAL NEWS.

ESCAPE OF A PRISONER. On Thursday morning John Fox, who was await lug in the St . rangeways Gaol, at Manchester, his trial at Quarter Sessions, escaped' from custody. Some alteration* were being made at the governor's house in pr e paration for the reception of the new governor
April 9, 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England