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841'(IiiDAY, MAIWII 14, 1891. Nationalists and Parnellites in the Field.

841'(IiiDAY, MAIWII 14, 1891. Nationalists and Parnellites in the Field.

841'(IiiDAY, 14, 1891. Nationalists and Parnellites in the Field. The patriotic Irish members who chose Mr. Justin McCarthy as the leader of their Irish Parliamentary Party acted wisely in forming a National Federation and starting a National newspaper at Dublin. An entirely new
March 14, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
INCLAIR'S SOAP BIRD'S

INCLAIR'S SOAP BIRD'S

NO EMS REQUIRED.
February 20, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
(To bo coattinued.)

(To bo coattinued.)

"MANY A MICKLE MAKES A MUCKLE!" A STORY FROM 0015 WATSR. "I don't see how Holmes does it, blessed if I do, now there !" said John Stetson, with a pusaled expression. 'Does what ?" said his wife, looking up from her sewing. "Why, save so much from his moderate salary, to be sure.
December 12, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
DRESS OF THE

DRESS OF THE

American ladies have given up jest now. But though they do not dm they lavish them upon the small art a fashionable woman equips herself. card case have a fly or Hower in bracelet watch is net in diamonds. T knitted silk purses have diamond steel or gilt onee that to be enough.
December 12, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
LAST OF THE WHIPS.

LAST OF THE WHIPS.

One of the Olden Time" has passed away in William Clemente, of Canterbury, who, before the present century had reached its twenties, drove the famous "Tally-ho " Coach which plied between the cathedral city and Graeechurch-street. More than once he had to run the gauntlet of rob
December 12, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
IieIItST.C.,ASH Plumber, and Lad, Wanted at to fitting-up new 125 hotline. Apply two o'clock to Mr. Schofield, Marshall Rood, lavenohulme.

IieIItST.C.,ASH Plumber, and Lad, Wanted at to fitting-up new 125 hotline. Apply two o'clock to Mr. Schofield, Marshall Rood, lavenohulme.

PRACTICAL Engineer, 36, Situation firm giving up : excellent references. J. T. 8, Boundary Cottages, South Reddish. Stockport. WANTED, a south, age about 17, for the BM', end moist. Apnly Clock race Hotel, Ashton Old Road, Ardwick.
December 12, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. GEORGE COOPER

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. GEORGE COOPER

HAS REMOVED TO THE NEW SHOP, TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, And is prepared to supply Good Strong HOME MADE SHIRTS COOPER'S SHIRTS Are all made ou the Premises, arid none but the • Materials nre uted. COOPER'S KNITTED AND FINE 1-10SIERY is sure to Please, being Warm, Durable, and Cheap. C
March 29, 1890 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
.15 1 t/n&li r" ‘1•• 1471 A•

.15 1 t/n&li r" ‘1•• 1471 A•

1 t/n&li r" ‘1•• 1471 A • 'c'h& igithA n4, -. ; az 11) 1 WILLIAM ELLIS, LIST OF EYELETED LINEA LABELS. 1 Weighing Machine & Scale Maker, All patterns t• order on short•st ittl — & 38, Oldham-road, Ashton - under - Lyne, -neliee. Dirge quantities specially contracted Printing ; fo
March 29, 1890 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
Catoao-famao Colljk Lozenges, pen fres, 7d. Of CheraUta.

Catoao-famao Colljk Lozenges, pen fres, 7d. Of CheraUta.

Catoao-famao Colljk Lozenges, fres, 7d. Of CheraUta. in a lecture on children, says : "We know by babies crying for the moon that heaven is nearer to them than to us." Mothers should bear this in mind, and not flog the little dears when they cry with such longings. Tux hundred we
April 2, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
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(To be continued.)

Toe eilth exhibition of the Ridley Art Club in London has been held. It proved interesting not only on account of the good work shown by members, but by reason of the proof it afford, of the extent to which the influent.° of the late Mr. Matthew White Ridley lives after him. The
April 2, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England