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– – OUR BOYS AND GIRLS' COLUMN.

– – OUR BOYS AND GIRLS' COLUMN.

- - OUR BOYS AND GIRLS' COLUMN. GOLDEN HAIR. Golden Hair sat on her grandfather's knee; Dear little Golden Hair tired was she, All the day busy as busy could be. Up in the morning as soon as 'twas light: Out with the birds and the butterflies bright; Flitting about till the comin
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

A number of bills were real a first time or advanced a stage. The business transacted was of a purely formal character. THURSDAY. Lord Chelmsford asked whether any steps would be taken by the present Government to carry out the recommendation,s of the Royal Commission of 1868, f
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT

THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT

Is replete with Ledgers, Day Books, Journals, Cash Books, Copying Books, Blotting Books, Order Books, Memorandum Books, Pocket Books, Paper Fasteners, Sealing Wax, Pen Racks, Penholders, Quill and Steel Pens, Metal and Glass Inkstands, Writing and Copying Inks, Stationery Cases,
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
G. F. JAMES, %VIRE-WORKER AND WEAVER, Manufacturer of Iron, Brass. Copper, and Steel Wove Wire, Wire Gauze, Dish Covers, Meat

G. F. JAMES, %VIRE-WORKER AND WEAVER, Manufacturer of Iron, Brass. Copper, and Steel Wove Wire, Wire Gauze, Dish Covers, Meat

Safes, Riddles, Sieves, Flower Stands, Garden Wirc-work, &e., Wire Pins, Chain Staples, Fenders, Fire Guards, Wire Blinds, Fencing, Netting, and every description of Wire Goods for Home and Export. HORSLEY FIELDS, WOLVERHAMPTON. N.B.—G. F. J. is the only Wire Weaver in WOlverham
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
MONEY. LOAA.NS FROM £2 AND UPWARDS, May be had on Personal Security, REPAYABLE BY EASY IN . STALMENTS, On application

MONEY. LOAA.NS FROM £2 AND UPWARDS, May be had on Personal Security, REPAYABLE BY EASY IN . STALMENTS, On application

to MR. JOSEPH- FRANKS, NEAR THE DARTMOUTH HOTEL, WEST BROMWICH. Trade Bills Discounted.
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
MODEL BREWERIES UILT ON A NEW AND IMPROYBD PRINCIPLE, BY GEORGE BULLOCK, 42, lII , TION-STREET, WEDNESBURY, BRICKLAYER IN GENERAL.

MODEL BREWERIES UILT ON A NEW AND IMPROYBD PRINCIPLE, BY GEORGE BULLOCK, 42, lII , TION-STREET, WEDNESBURY, BRICKLAYER IN GENERAL.

Estimates of every kind for bricklayers' work given, and experienced workmen kept for building and repairs. Copper or Wrought Iron and other Boilers and Fittings Supplied.
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
OPTHALMIA!! SAVE YOUR EYES ! RESTORE YOUR SIGHT! Those who are troubled with inflamed Eyelids, Dimness of Sight, or Weak

OPTHALMIA!! SAVE YOUR EYES ! RESTORE YOUR SIGHT! Those who are troubled with inflamed Eyelids, Dimness of Sight, or Weak

Eyes (especially at the decline of life), should use COCKLE'S EYE WATER This noted application has been before the public upwards of 70 years, is used by Royalty, the Nobility, the Clergy, and the Officers of both services, and needs no further recommeudation. Restores impaired
March 20, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
PREPARED BY GOODALL, BACKHOTISE, & CO., LEEDS

PREPARED BY GOODALL, BACKHOTISE, & CO., LEEDS

GOODALL'S BAKING POWDER, Awarded Diploma of Merit at the Vieruaa Exhibition, 1863, for its 'superior quality. Incomparably the best ever introdu ce d t o the public. Makes deli°ions Puddings, Pastry, &c., without the usual quantity of eggs. Makes beautiful light Bread without ye
May 29, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS. MONDAY.—The Speaker took the chair at four O'clock.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. MONDAY.—The Speaker took the chair at four O'clock.

_ ROBBING A QUEEN'S MESSENGER. In reply to Mr. 0. LEWIS, Mr. BOURKE said it was true that about eight months ago a Queen's messeniger was robbed, while travelling at night between Berlin and Brussels, of a bag containing some money and other articles, and a few papers; but the b
May 29, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE FANCY GOODS DEPARTIWINT

THE FANCY GOODS DEPARTIWINT

Comprises a splendid assortment of Writing Desks, Oak and Walnut Stationery Cabinets, Blotting Cases, Papeteries, Ink Stands, Work Boxes, Photographic Albums (in all the Newest Patterns), Book Slides, Paper and Pocket Knives, Purses, Pocket Books, Gold Pens and Pencil Cases, &c.
May 29, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England