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EXCITING SCENE AT PARK PARADE STATioN.

EXCITING SCENE AT PARK PARADE STATioN.

As exciting wan witnessed at Park Par. ado Railway Station, oil Tuesday afternoon. Just as the 1 50 to Manchester was signalled, • middle.aged man, named Nelson Buckley, went to the. station and booked for Stockport. Buckler, whoir well known in the neighbourhood, was an acrobat
September 25, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
WREOK OF A LIVERPOOL ERTP.

WREOK OF A LIVERPOOL ERTP.

Information was received in Liverpool on Saturday of the total loss of the iron barque Aline. The Ali. was • vessel of 474 tons, and left the Mersey on the 21st June, bound for Monte Video. The announce. went of her wreck conies by cable from that port, and states that the disas
September 25, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
DEATH Or THE LORD OHIEr BARON.

DEATH Or THE LORD OHIEr BARON.

The Right Hon. Sir Edward Fitzroy Kelly. Lori Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer, died sit Brighton on Friday morning. Ho Lorialim, who had been in failing health for scene tone , been staying in Brighton for the last three weeks. On Sunday week he was Inked with dines., and
September 25, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
Panty. to Stub.

Panty. to Stub.

Panty . to Stub. MONEY! MONEY I: MONEY II I TMMEDIATh CASH advances to Householders, Tradesmen, Farmers and others. No sureties required.—Bridgewater Loan 6, Brown. street, opposite General Post Office. Manchester. - - - ITO SURETIE3 RRQUIRED.—IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCE, TO HOUSEHOLD
October 2, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
A NEW KNIGiIT.

A NEW KNIGiIT.

..;__ The Br Melted Journal says that the Queen has graoiously signified her intention of oonferring the honour of knighthood upon Dr. B. B. Sinclair, of Dublin, chiefly in of his most successful exertions in educating and training women to serve as midwives in the army. " Dr. S
October 2, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
SPORTING NOTES (By or own Turf Correspondent) THE OESASSWITCH STAKES.

SPORTING NOTES (By or own Turf Correspondent) THE OESASSWITCH STAKES.

SPORTING NOTES (By or own Turf Correspondent) OESASSWITCH STAKES. Robert the Devil again this week proved the running in the Epson Derby was not correct, and that the St Leger's running was, as he again defeated Bend Or in the Great Foal Stakes at Newmarket, although he was not u
October 2, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
A LION AT LARGE.

A LION AT LARGE.

One of the belonging to Mr. Sanger, the circus proprietor, overturned on Saturday. A bon escaped, and is wandering at large in the neighbour• bond of Banetead. prevail, for miles round, of the villagers being afraid to leave their bomee, and many rumours are abroad respecting th
October 2, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
ANOTHER SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

ANOTHER SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

Ora possessions in South Africa really seem to give us more bother than they are worth nowadays. Our trade with them is not by any means extensive, and as a field for emigration they are unimportant compared with British North America and Australia, which are capable of receivin
October 2, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
Ek.OIINTR--,ISA.r.I.ItDA/, 'COVP,MBER 26, 1880.

Ek.OIINTR--,ISA.r.I.ItDA/, 'COVP,MBER 26, 1880.

'COVP,MBER 1880. I :Th r t i trnb l yterta lg nart 74; 0n 1{ 414,1 libOU a Minnderint deetaratton rt Iteeed at to the p;n4;po - dmta occupied publio attention Yeceak loading lO d c ' tn u a t u d ell . t i d ft e t ol d p ' o A rZ Chamber of tbo oondu<lt GeWtrat Oikley *bite Midi
November 20, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
A GENTS WANTED.—Euergetic Men, to 4- -ILepresent a Manufacturer of an approved Speciality, in use by very owner of steam

A GENTS WANTED.—Euergetic Men, to 4- -ILepresent a Manufacturer of an approved Speciality, in use by very owner of steam

Power; high commission, constant employment, and no rink.—Address Examiner, 40, Carpenters Road, Stratford, Loudon.
September 18, 1880 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England