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WOLVERHAMPTON.

WOLVERHAMPTON.

BRICKMAKING. - At a special meeting of the Wolverhampton Brickmakers Association, held at their room, a resolution was unanimously carried, that in order to be reasonably remunerated for their labour it was necessary to give the masters' a month's notice, dating from March 20th,
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE SUPPLY OF MILK.

THE SUPPLY OF MILK.

Another animated discussion ensued upon the tender for milk, and the charge made last year. Mr. Willcock said it was due to the contractor to state that last year they had had a larger number of sick and children who required milk, but owing to the superior quality, if they had
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
dwelling-houses. He had visited nearly 50 Of them, and when he gave in his record the rural dean was agreeably

dwelling-houses. He had visited nearly 50 Of them, and when he gave in his record the rural dean was agreeably

surprised when he told him that 38 of that number were in favour of total closing on Sunday. Of the remaining few some were in favour of shortening the hours to about one at midday and another in the evening for dinner and supper, and others were dead against Sunday closing. The
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL ANDIDISTRICT,PO'LICE NEWS.

LOCAL ANDIDISTRICT,PO'LICE NEWS.

LOCAL AND I DISTRICT,PO'LICE NEWS. WOLVERHAMPTQN. „ BOROUGH POLlCE.—Monday. (Before J. Moreton and p. t. Underhill, Bags.) Tui POLlCE.—William Dudley was charged with having assaulted Police-constables Bennett and Millbourne on the previous Saturday night. Bennett having been cal
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. . _ J. C. BAYLISS, THE NURSERIES, FOUR HOUSES, NEAR WOLVERHAMPTON, NURSERY, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST, (Lute with Thomas

PUBLIC NOTICES. . _ J. C. BAYLISS, THE NURSERIES, FOUR HOUSES, NEAR WOLVERHAMPTON, NURSERY, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST, (Lute with Thomas

Bayliss, Wolverhampton). Begs respectfully to announce that, having been connected with his father, as above, for the last sixteen years he has now commenced business for himself, and hopes to merit and secure a share of public patronage and support. No article supplied but of t
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! HENRY PA R NEL L, NURYSERYMA.N, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST. 3. ATHENAUM BUILDINGS, BRIDGE-STREET, AND NURSERIES, Lrrri,E LONDON,

SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! HENRY PA R NEL L, NURYSERYMA.N, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST. 3. ATHENAUM BUILDINGS, BRIDGE-STREET, AND NURSERIES, Lrrri,E LONDON,

WALSALL; Begs respectfully to announce that his NEW SEED CATALOGUE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON IS NOW READY, And may be had Post Free, on application. • No care has been spared in the selection of every article from the best growers, so as to secure the4ll of the best quality, and ge
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
FOR SALE.—Piece of FREEHOLD LAND, suitable for building, at Short Heath, near to the Swan Inn, upwards of 900 yards,

FOR SALE.—Piece of FREEHOLD LAND, suitable for building, at Short Heath, near to the Swan Inn, upwards of 900 yards,

to be Sold, a bargain.—Apply, E. Stokes, Dangerfield Lane, Darlas ton.
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
ABSCESS IN THE EAR.

ABSCESS IN THE EAR.

. - Jortx Mide, 1, Back 14, Goodwin-street, Bloomsbury, Birmingham, came to this Institution, sufferinc acute pain from an abscess in his left ear, attended with offensive discharge; which interfered with sleep and work. After a few days' treatment, could rest and follow emplopn
May 29, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT.

THE MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT.

The Chairman nest read the report of the Medical Officer Of Health (Mr. J. Green) for the past month. It stated that there had been fourteen births and twelve deaths. Nine of the latter occurred among infants. Mr. Green suggested the advisability • of empowering their inspector
May 29, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
LOWE'S PILLS FOR HEARTBURN AND ACIDITY.

LOWE'S PILLS FOR HEARTBURN AND ACIDITY.

5, Princess-street, Wolverhampton, January 26th, 1875. DEAR SIR,—I have been a great sufferer from Acidity of the Stomach and Heartburn. I found no relief till I was recommended to try your Pills. Two boxes completely cured me. lam thankful to say I have not had it since.—J. B.
May 29, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England