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January 23, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
a • . :• zd , 11 ENRY PARNELL, , Wtsel-47 7 I "'l r '''' NURSERYMAN, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST,

a • . :• zd , 11 ENRY PARNELL, , Wtsel-47 7 I "'l r '''' NURSERYMAN, SEEDSMAN, AND FLORIST,

t•r• , 7 : respectfully to inform his Friends and the pah4c generally, that in order to meet the requirements . . of his numerous patrons, he has OPENED the 1 NEW ENGLISH , AND FOREIGN SEED WAREHOUEE a. 01 - i ', :...,.,La No. 3, BRIDGE-STREET, WALSALL. _ • r_ .- .. ~ -. ' • 1.
January 23, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
ES J AM R USHTON, COAL MERCHANT, THE BRIDGE WHARF, WEDNBSEDRY, Begs to announce that he has taken the above

ES J AM R USHTON, COAL MERCHANT, THE BRIDGE WHARF, WEDNBSEDRY, Begs to announce that he has taken the above

oldestablished business lately carried on by Mr. D. Lockett, and hopes by prompt attention to all orders to receive a share of patronage and support. The Best Cannock Chase Deep Coal supplied at the following rates At the Wharf... ... 17s. per ton. Delivered... .. 18s. and 19s.
January 23, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE WOLVERHAMPTON TIMES.

THE WOLVERHAMPTON TIMES.

January 23, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
EMI TESTI ALONIALS.

EMI TESTI ALONIALS.

TESTI ALONIALS. , EXTRAORDINARY CURE WITHOUT OPERATION. Ma. W. (of this town) was fat- eighteen months afflicted with a polypus (piece :of flesh) , growing in his right ear, with discharge of matter and blood, causing .rauch deaf-, flees and pain. For ,some weeks under a medical
August 14, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
THE IRON AND COAL TRADES.

THE IRON AND COAL TRADES.

Neither the immediate demand for iron nor the winter prospects are so satisfactory as they were a fortnight age. Buyers of the best descriptions of finished iron, no longer apprehensive of advanced prices, are limiting their orders to immediate requirements, and the demand for i
December 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
Maly er hamp tan al nt e 5. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875.

Maly er hamp tan al nt e 5. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875.

er hamp tan al nt SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875. OUR PROGRAMME. WITH its present number—the first published under a new (or rather extended) proprietary— The Wolverhampton Times may be said to.enter upon a fresh stage of its history. Hence, it is only proper that we should lay befor
December 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
BANNEBANNER'S PATENT FEMALE PILL. R'S invaluable Medicine has relieved thousands, and the Patentee, at the request of many of those

BANNEBANNER'S PATENT FEMALE PILL. R'S invaluable Medicine has relieved thousands, and the Patentee, at the request of many of those

benefited, takes this opportunity of making public to the world this admirably delicate and never-failing remedy, which has flatteringly been described by a grateful recipient of its virtues as " the maiden's companion, the wife's friend, and the stay and support of hale health
December 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
egvr e , .ovarild:4o Ad ic a r t. it ixvtivri myi.2 AMESI BIRCH, 'DARTMOUTH ARMS COMMERCIAL HOTEL; HOLYHEAD-ROAD, ,

egvr e , .ovarild:4o Ad ic a r t. it ixvtivri myi.2 AMESI BIRCH, 'DARTMOUTH ARMS COMMERCIAL HOTEL; HOLYHEAD-ROAD, ,

WEDNESBURY. PROPRIETOR OF HEARSES, MOURNING COACHES, FUNERAL EQUIPAGES, CARRIAGES, CABS, CARS, SLc., FOR HIRE. 1491, o, , fpf A large and commodious Room (55ft. by 21ft.). is now at the disposal of Visitors, with '*:Y TWO BILLIARD TABLES, --tfr HANDSOMELY FITTED.
December 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
CHARLES SKERRETT, W.OOD AliD IRON_ PUMP MAKER, AND WELL SINKER, NEW STREET, CANNOCK, AND 162,:BRIDGEMAN STREET, WALSALL. Old Wood and

CHARLES SKERRETT, W.OOD AliD IRON_ PUMP MAKER, AND WELL SINKER, NEW STREET, CANNOCK, AND 162,:BRIDGEMAN STREET, WALSALL. Old Wood and

Iron Pumps taken out, repaired, and re-fixed, and all orders punctually attended to at any distance.
December 4, 1875 - Midland Examiner and Wolverhampton Times - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England