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IMPORTANT TO LADIES.

IMPORTANT TO LADIES.

NCR SE GIBBONS' WORLD-RENOWNED SPECIFIC is acknowledged to be the best. mow effectual, and valuable produced for correcting all Irreculars and obstructions however obstinate or long standing. Ilea never been known to fail in having the desired effect. and Powders are tasteless,
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
STOKESAX

STOKESAX

in farmhouse kitchens, transacted on their petty stage those mystery plays which gave foundations for Shakespeare's immortal conceptions; of the England in which men rose, slimmer and winter, at four o'clock, and breakfasted at flee; of the England IS which for a penny a laboure
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
T.-S-P-AFFORD.

T.-S-P-AFFORD.

T. - S - P - AFFORD. There is no possibility of making bricks without straw, however, and more than one of the singers present on Sunday had evidently no more real idea of the possibilities they had of devoloping the rare beauties of Haudel's work than had the boards they stood o
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
ORKNEY AND SHETLAND.

ORKNEY AND SHETLAND.

The new House of Commons is now complete, th result of the Orkney and Shetland election havin been declared, the following being the result:— Mr. Leonard Lyell (L) Mr. W. Younger (U) 1614 Majority In 1885: L, Lyell (L), 3352 ; Hon. C. T. Dundee (C), 1940. In 1886: L. Lyell (L),
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
_ POMONA GARDENS A A D Ellegainare REDDISH LANE, GORTON. These Extensive Gardens and Pleasure Grounds are now in the

_ POMONA GARDENS A A D Ellegainare REDDISH LANE, GORTON. These Extensive Gardens and Pleasure Grounds are now in the

zenith of their beauty, and will be found well worth a visit. They are Daily Open FREE to the Public who are cordially invited to inspect the ROSE HOUSES, FERNERY & CONSERVATORIES Also The Famous GROTTO, Which is tulmitted by competent judges to be one of the FINEST IN THE WORLD
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 

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R. L. BUCKLEY 3 238, Is now showing the latest London and Paris Fashions in Millinery. Also in Ribbons, Laces,

R. L. BUCKLEY 3 238, Is now showing the latest London and Paris Fashions in Millinery. Also in Ribbons, Laces,

Feathers, Flowers, etc., etc. DRESS AND MANTLE MAKING. Mourning Orders Promptly attended to. LADIES OWN MATERIAL MADE UP. IRONMONGEW HEATON LANE (NEAR TIVIOT DALE STATION), STOCHVOIRT, I e e , • to call attention to his large stock of Kitchen Ranger, Cottage Fixtures, Register G
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
RTNERSIIIP.—To Capitaliste.—The Sons of _L. the late Mr. Abraham Lyons, who for 30 years carried on the of a Wholesale

RTNERSIIIP.—To Capitaliste.—The Sons of _L. the late Mr. Abraham Lyons, who for 30 years carried on the of a Wholesale

Clothier, he., et Canning Place, Liverpool, under the style of " A. Lyons and C 0.," are desirous of finding a Partner with a capital of £lO,OOO to £15,000 to join them with a view to continuing the business, which meet be despised of b the executrix; they have been brought up i
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
E, SHROPSHIRE,

E, SHROPSHIRE,

titre him, and from time to time columns of infantry were sent to surround him. A price was put upon his head, but though his retreat was known to hundreds, he was not betrayed. For nearly half a century Bellacoscia was the King of the Mountain. A few years ago he fell in love w
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
THE CURE OF EPILEPSY BY TREPANNING.

THE CURE OF EPILEPSY BY TREPANNING.

The attention of the medical world in Vienna is at present engaged by a series of novel operations which have been performed (as the Standard correspondent avers) so far with success, at the University Hospital, on persons suffering from hereditary epilepsy. The operators are Dr
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
Deaths.

Deaths.

HAINIELD.—Ou the 3lat ult., at Gibraltar • lane, Haughtou Green, Emma, widow of Robert Hadfield, aged 54 years. . _ JACKSON.—On the 4th Mat, at Holland-street, Denton, Williom Jaekson, aged 36 years. Axon.—On the 4th net, at 41, Two Trees-lane, Houghton, Mary Ethel, daughter of
August 6, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England