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ORIIIINTAL STI7DY:

ORIIIINTAL STI7DY:

Writing on the inauguration of a now for - Modern Oriental Studies in connection with the penal Institute, at a meeting at the Royal Institution In London, addremed by the Prince of Wales, the ether day, the Telegraph considers it astounding that England, which rides SOO million
January 25, 1890 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
The Proposed_ _Amalgamation of Gorton.

The Proposed_ _Amalgamation of Gorton.

The Moodiest, Guardian says :—"Thin ratepayers of Gent , i will shortly have an opportenity of revising their der.eion of four mouths ago not to be incorporated with Manchester. Mr. Buckley and others of the lending men in the township who opposed amalganm' tion have seen good r
January 25, 1890 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
PIANO ! Ahl ERIC AN ORGANS !! lIIANOSI I ESTABLDMIRD 1873. T. CROSSLAND, Wholeasle Dealer sod Importe• of NOLIBLI AND

PIANO ! Ahl ERIC AN ORGANS !! lIIANOSI I ESTABLDMIRD 1873. T. CROSSLAND, Wholeasle Dealer sod Importe• of NOLIBLI AND

FOREIGN PI kNOVORTgIi, ORGANS, VIOLINS. AND MUSIC, 245, Stamford Street, Ashton-under-Lyne ; ASHLEIGH, 142, DUKE-STREET, SOU'rHPORT, Mr. CROSSLAND is the Priumpal Arid to all ben ' d”kers, aud • uppliai the public with unwind. at every iustr..ment oo,ooed to warraoted or Ste tea
January 25, 1890 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
DROYLSDEN.

DROYLSDEN.

" OFF" LICENEN. —At the Ashton County Police Court on Wednesday, permission to sell beer "oil" their respective premises, was sought by J. E. Arrandede, J. T. Wagstaffe, snd John Batches. Evidence as to the characters of applicants their fitness to bold such licenses, was given
December 12, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
M 0 IT P.. N I N C - ORDERS receive Prompt Attention The Stockport At Mrs. HOPE'S, MOURNING ESTABLISHMENT,

M 0 IT P.. N I N C - ORDERS receive Prompt Attention The Stockport At Mrs. HOPE'S, MOURNING ESTABLISHMENT,

39, LOWER HILLGATE (Just below the Savings Bank). HATS and BONNETS (Mourning and Coloured) in the Latest Styles. Special Attention Paid to this Department,
December 12, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
',PEER ' WINE, and Spirits iffr : lipacions, healthy, living accommodation: anyone can manage thin: large profit.: inguing klllO.-Mr. Marketsureet,

',PEER ' WINE, and Spirits iffr : lipacions, healthy, living accommodation: anyone can manage thin: large profit.: inguing klllO.-Mr. Marketsureet,

llancheeter. 001) PUBLIC-HOUSE street live - minutes from Exchange good laving allow rent X5O: ingoing (well fitted), eanily managed. OS, Market -.street. Alanchenter. j ,lOMFORTABLE APARTAtiSSPIN fur respectable young nice: plane and very low.-. 107, Brunswick -street, Ardwick
December 12, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
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0 Will send any of the above Watches, together with Warranty for correct performance, to any part of the world free and at his risk, on receipt of P. 0.0.. payable at 0P.0., Bank Draft, or Cash. BENSON'S CLOC/KE4 for the house, of every kind, in great variety and of the newest de
April 2, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. E. F. G. Hatch on the War-Path. A BATCH OF toRESH CHALLENGES TO MR. MATHER.

Mr. E. F. G. Hatch on the War-Path. A BATCH OF toRESH CHALLENGES TO MR. MATHER.

A CONSRRVATIUt VICTORY IN VIII En-AND-BYX." On Friday evening last, • meeting of the Conservative General Council was hell in the large room at Belle Vu,', when there was a fairly numerous attend- Mr. K F. G. Hatch, the vative and Unionist Candidate for the Division, occupied th
April 2, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
THE COMEDY

THE COMEDY

An " uproarious musical and acrobatic absurdity" named 'The Swims Express "lies been the means of causing roars of laughter here thin week; for the vagaries of the different character it. the aptly named piene, are sufficient Co .inse even an Egyptian aphynx to smile, let alone
April 2, 1892 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
AT DENTON. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF LIBERAL& THE LIBERAL PROGRAMME. MR. EDWIN OLDHAM ON, THE PARNELL COMMIftON.

AT DENTON. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF LIBERAL& THE LIBERAL PROGRAMME. MR. EDWIN OLDHAM ON, THE PARNELL COMMIftON.

AT DENTON. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF LIBERAL& THE LIBERAL PROGRAMME. MR. EDWIN OLDHAM ON , THE PARNELL COMMIftON. that scientific, artittic and technical knowledge neceesary for the education of oureouou y. He at VIM AO pau in eurvey keine of the Liberal programme as it now stood b
March 29, 1890 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England