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=ITICA details et doubt bet four for the however, compell, , d the division la time for, treachwi. which Ow

=ITICA details et doubt bet four for the however, compell, , d the division la time for, treachwi. which Ow

The troop, e to a r tokow. T withdraw, killed, an, command, the wow, enemy ha cannoned, upon the ing up t, BeHA morning Widden. was to sin The house into a bail The bomb:trim The dB almost believed t sisting is, and surrender up in wing, un , l the Ruesi in .e:nl ty is t Indourn
October 27, 1877 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

May 4, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
NOTICE TO OUR, READERS, TO ADVERTISERS, AND THE PUBLIC. We have, since the commencement of this paper. published several editions

NOTICE TO OUR, READERS, TO ADVERTISERS, AND THE PUBLIC. We have, since the commencement of this paper. published several editions

of it under the names of Shropshire Examiner, Cannock Chase Examiner, Wedneshury Examiner, etc., besides publishin g the Wolverhampton Times. We h a ve now consolidated t4ese journals into one, and they are now published under the g eneral title of THE MIDLAND EXAMINER AND WOLVE
May 4, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
HOW TO MAKE YOUR W 7 ILL SEE MANSELL'S ALMANACK, PRICE ONE PENNY.

HOW TO MAKE YOUR W 7 ILL SEE MANSELL'S ALMANACK, PRICE ONE PENNY.

May 4, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
BATTENING. IN A BRICKYARD.

BATTENING. IN A BRICKYARD.

BATTENING . IN A BRICKYARD. On Monday morning, on the brickmakers pn ceeding to their work at Sharrow nw Sheffield, where a yard was recently opened, was found that a serious outrage had been perp trated during the night. Over 11.000 bricks we laid out to dry in the usual way, an
September 7, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
IV, e, °I?CC ERHAMPTON SCHOOL BOARD. ilEual monthly meeting was held yesterday , . there were pres ent —Mr. W.

IV, e, °I?CC ERHAMPTON SCHOOL BOARD. ilEual monthly meeting was held yesterday , . there were pres ent —Mr. W.

Edwards, k e ittsan ; Revs. H. Bolland and J. Derbyshire, W. H. Jones, W. M. Fuller, H. H. . C. B. Smith and J. Hawkesford. VISITING OFFICER'S itt e „l7 report showed that the present average o re "'lance was 9,380, being increase of 347 al „ of the preceding month, and of 660 c
June 8, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE STAFFORDSHIRE COFFEE AND COCOA HOUSE COMPANY. OPENING OF THE BILSTON BRANCH. -IMPItO-

THE STAFFORDSHIRE COFFEE AND COCOA HOUSE COMPANY. OPENING OF THE BILSTON BRANCH. -IMPItO-

THE STAFFORDSHIRE COFFEE AND COCOA HOUSE COMPANY. OPENING OF THE BILSTON BRANCH. - IMPItO - THE WOLVERHAMPTON MENT. SCHEME. At the meeting of the Town Council on Monday, Alderman Hawksford, Chairman of the Finance Committee, will move 'That the Corporate Common Seal of the Boroug
June 8, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
T.HE SHOCKING COLLIERY FATALITY AT WILLEMIALL.

T.HE SHOCKING COLLIERY FATALITY AT WILLEMIALL.

On Saturday, at noon, the district coroner (W. H. Phillips, Esq. ' ) held an inquest at the George and Crown, Mabb's Bank, Bilston, on the body of George Ryder (23), miner, Mabb's Bank, who was killed on Wednesday last whilst working in the Spring Bank Colliery, Willenhall, belo
June 8, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.—MONDAY. Before Sidney Cartwright and Moses Ironmonger, Esqs.

COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.—MONDAY. Before Sidney Cartwright and Moses Ironmonger, Esqs.

POACHING AT WHITWICK. John Charlton, of Stafford-street, and John Morris, of Bennett's Fold, Salop-street, were summoned for poaching, and the following defendants were summoned as accessories— William Cartwright, Bennett's fold. D. E. Onions, 3 Court, Dudley-street. and James G
June 8, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE CLOTH HALL, vw,g3il4ol4' 3, QUEEN STREET, WOLVB--

THE CLOTH HALL, vw,g3il4ol4' 3, QUEEN STREET, WOLVB--

THE CLOTH HALL , v w,g3il4 ol4 ' 3, QUEEN STREET, WOLVB-- HA3I: •••1 E. J. PHILLIPS & PROPRIETORS, BESPOKE TAILORS' 0. . SUITINGs IN ALL THE NEW MATO°. AND IN GREAT VARIET/r . ALL WOOL TROUSERS TO MEASURE, Noted for first-class cut. of Noted for promptnes s i n th e e xecution i
June 8, 1878 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England