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POST HORSES AND PARTY CARRIAGES

POST HORSES AND PARTY CARRIAGES

ALWAYS HEADY.
March 22, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
from 2a 6J. to 48 85. alwaye in stock.

from 2a 6J. to 48 85. alwaye in stock.

2a 6J. to 48 85. alwaye in stock. Fittings of every description. Tuning and Repairs on the premises by experienosd workmen. Tuners sent out to all pans of the country. Orders by poet receive our prompt attention. JOHN LOWE, 20, QUAY STREET, MANCHESTER, - 71.1[111 07 PIRI THIEE, D
March 22, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL BOARD ELECTIONS.

LOCAL BOARD ELECTIONS.

HMSTON NoßßlB.—The counting of the at this election took place on Saturday before J. G. Banks, returning officer The retiring members were re...looted, the two aspirants for Mats on the Board being far in the rear. The numbers were as follows :—Edward Coward, Beaton Mouse, 11, M
April 12, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
TREATED.

TREATED.

CONSULTATIONS SAILTELW;ro 9 cm. Id P.m. (Sunday. All lettem a eta mpaa pnamptly and sent to all wt. kingdom. the A 109, KENO STREET, DIJKIIIIIELD. REMOVED TO 20, PARK PARADE, ASHTON. £3 TO AMERICA. WHITE STAR LINE, ANCHOR LINE, DOMINION LINE, For a SHORT TIME ONLY, to New York,
November 1, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
USEFUL HINTS,

USEFUL HINTS,

BREAM, Rot.t.S.—.Set 196. Of flour to warm in a pan. Stir In-. of warm butter, with go .of silted sugar, two tablespoonfuls of good yeast, a wenbeaten egg, the yolks of two others, and a cop of lukewarm milk. Pour, by degrees, the misture into the flour, beating it with a batter
November 1, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 

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TRIP FROM CARDIFF TO BAR.

TRIP FROM CARDIFF TO BAR.

CELONA. LNTE RESTING L - E - e - Tillt - E . BY MR. G LIAR. arose with unbounded splendour in the eastern sky. As they went abroad, his friend remarked they were out for a holiday, and would have no rules. The steamer made down the Severn that bright morning, the river being cal
November 1, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
WILTON STREET CHAPEL, DENTON.

WILTON STREET CHAPEL, DENTON.

On Sanday evening last the of a series of Sunday evening lectures, on 'Religion in motel life," was delivered in the above chapel by the Rev. Lawrence Scott, the subject of his discourse being "'True Polities.' The rev. gentleman took his text from St. Matthew, sth chapter, 13th
November 1, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

BILI.DDOCK.—On the 23rd int., at 28 Gibraltar- Haughton, Samuel Braddock, aged 31 year. Moonge.—On the 25th inst., at 207, Manchesterroot, Denton, Charlotte, wife of Joeeph idoorea, aged 39 WOOLFICNDICN.-00 the 27th inset., at 2, Dane Bank Denton, A -n Elizabeth, daughter of Eli
November 1, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
THE WINDMILL LANE QUESTION. 2b the Editor of the Denton and Houghton Examiner.

THE WINDMILL LANE QUESTION. 2b the Editor of the Denton and Houghton Examiner.

THE WINDMILL LANE QUESTION. 2b Editor of the and Houghton Examiner. ....... DEAR Sin—Allow me to add my testimony to your correepoudent who in your last issue called the attention of readers to the state of Windmill-lane. I think everyone who read the letter would be satisfied, t
November 1, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
THE DOCTOR'S ASS-ISTANT BENT FOR BRAYING. 2b the Editor of the Denton and " "

THE DOCTOR'S ASS-ISTANT BENT FOR BRAYING. 2b the Editor of the Denton and " "

Haughton Examiner. Sir,���My rather direct bombshells are evidently taking effect somewhere. Ou Monday nightjust as I was charging the mortar again—l was visited by a gentleman of the medical fraternity who accused me of firing point-blank at him. Well, I told him if he was not a
November 1, 1884 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England