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- VDWARD ELLIS, _Au AUCTIONEER, PUBLICAN'S VALUER, AND GENERAL AGENT, 41, HIGH-STREET, WEDNRSBURY, and 18, MARKET/ PLACE, WILLENHALL. Valuation for

- VDWARD ELLIS, _Au AUCTIONEER, PUBLICAN'S VALUER, AND GENERAL AGENT, 41, HIGH-STREET, WEDNRSBURY, and 18, MARKET/ PLACE, WILLENHALL. Valuation for

Probate Administration.
September 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
AUCTION MART, 2, BILSTON STREET, WOLVERHAMPTON. MR. THOMAS SKIDMORE respectfully begs to announce that his AUCTION MART is NOW OPEN

AUCTION MART, 2, BILSTON STREET, WOLVERHAMPTON. MR. THOMAS SKIDMORE respectfully begs to announce that his AUCTION MART is NOW OPEN

for the reception of every description of Stockin-Trade, Household Furniture, etc., for Sale by Auction. The room is one of the largest in the town, easy of acoess, central, well lighted, and has been fitted up with every convenience. Terms, including use of Room, Gas, Commissio
September 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
WANTED. COOKS, HOUSEMAIDS, and GENERAL SERVANIS.—AppIy, Walker's Registration Office, 28, Union-street, Wednesbnry.

WANTED. COOKS, HOUSEMAIDS, and GENERAL SERVANIS.—AppIy, Walker's Registration Office, 28, Union-street, Wednesbnry.

September 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
WANTED, a HEAD FOREMAN for Gas Tube Works, accustomed to the management of workmen, massied, from 30 to 40 years

WANTED, a HEAD FOREMAN for Gas Tube Works, accustomed to the management of workmen, massied, from 30 to 40 years

of age. He must be a good mechanic , and draughtsma, and quick at figures. State salary required, with . references. Address :—Box 86, Post Office, Birmingham.
September 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
OUR PULPIT SKETCHES. We intend in a short time to RESUME THESE SKETCHES. The SUBJECT of our NEXT SKETCH will

OUR PULPIT SKETCHES. We intend in a short time to RESUME THESE SKETCHES. The SUBJECT of our NEXT SKETCH will

be THE REV. E. F RANKS NEW CONNEXION MINISTER.
September 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
SPECTACLES RENDERED USELESS. • FiLS 7 DR . ' , SIGHI "THE WONDER OF THE AGE." By Royal Letters Patent.

SPECTACLES RENDERED USELESS. • FiLS 7 DR . ' , SIGHI "THE WONDER OF THE AGE." By Royal Letters Patent.

DR. J. BALL AND CO.'S PATENT IVORY and LIGNUII VILE EYE CUPS, for the Restoration of Impaired Vision. All Diseases of the Eyes Cared under this Safe and Simple Treatment. Many of our most eminent Physicians, Oculists, Students, and Diviiies have had their Sight Permanently Resto
September 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
ADMIRALTY. CONTRACTS.

ADMIRALTY. CONTRACTS.

The Globe says : —During the term of office of the late Government, when so many of the proceedings of the Admiralty Board called for adverse comment, the reconstruction of the Contract Department, under the guidance of Mr. F. W. Rowsell, Superintendent of Contracts, was univers
February 27, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

(From the Mark Lane Exwess.) We have had another week of cold and wet weatiter, very diswppointing to farmers in limiting their field labours and keeping wheat samples in a poor, unsaleable condition, every market continuing te tend dowuwaxds, as the natural coneequenee ; but if
February 27, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
WOLVERHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. TRADES' UNIONISM CRITICISED.

WOLVERHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. TRADES' UNIONISM CRITICISED.

The annual meeting of the Wolverhampton Chamber of Commerce was held yesterday. Mr. W. Bate in the chair, and there 'being also present the Mayor (Mr. W. Edwards), Messrs. H. Walker, Ironmonger, H. Loveridge, F. Walton, A. C. Twentyman, W. W. Walker, C. Neve, and others, with th
February 27, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
WANTED. COOKS, HOUSEMAIDS, and GENERAL SERVANTS.—AppIy, Walker's Registration Office, 28, Union -street, Wednesbury.

WANTED. COOKS, HOUSEMAIDS, and GENERAL SERVANTS.—AppIy, Walker's Registration Office, 28, Union -street, Wednesbury.

February 27, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England