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USEFUL HINTS.

USEFUL HINTS.

&MAD. -- To one quarter's of dour (three pounds ends half), add a dessertspoonful of salt, and mix them well; mix about two tablespoonfuls of good yeast with a pint of waters li ttk warm, but mot hot a bele with your hand in the middle of the Hoar, but not quite touching the bot
January 26, 1884 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
further vocal contributions by Gardner and Manna, concluded the entertainment at a reasonable hour.—Mr. H. Martin, as churchwarden, conveyed the

further vocal contributions by Gardner and Manna, concluded the entertainment at a reasonable hour.—Mr. H. Martin, as churchwarden, conveyed the

hearty thanks of the old folk, to the Vicar, who had organised the feast, the general public of the parish who had contributed to the fund Mr its vision, and the ladies and gentlemen who afforded them tbe enjoyable entertainment.—The "National Anthem" having been sung, the compa
January 26, 1884 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
WILLIAM HOWLETT, NATURALIST & HAIR – DRESSER,

WILLIAM HOWLETT, NATURALIST & HAIR – DRESSER,

WILLIAM HOWLETT, NATURALIST & HAIR - DRESSER, HIGH STREET, NEWMARKET. • reennarket.—Prloted and ipobUshed by George Simpon. the Propiletor, of Whototoo Villa. In the twists of An Stint., 0 1 comity of Colabeidire, at kb Pried." Work% in prig , of Mary in the snooty ot "
January 26, 1884 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
CHARLES BRIDGE ; FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, HIGH STREET (lIKIR POST OFFICE), NEWMARKET. begs to call the attention to his

CHARLES BRIDGE ; FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, HIGH STREET (lIKIR POST OFFICE), NEWMARKET. begs to call the attention to his

well-selected Stock of Tile and other Register Stoves, with either Grate or Brick Bottoms, Fenders, Kerbs (Marble, Brass, or Iron), Fireirons, Brasses, etc., also a large assortment of Tiles, for Hearths, Flower Boxes, etc. Kitcheners, both open and closed fire, by best-known ma
January 26, 1884 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
IMPORTANT TO EVERY HOUSEKEEPER AND TO 'VERY MARRIAGEABLE YOUNG LADY. On your cutting out this COUPON, and forwarding the same,

IMPORTANT TO EVERY HOUSEKEEPER AND TO 'VERY MARRIAGEABLE YOUNG LADY. On your cutting out this COUPON, and forwarding the same,

along with year Address, and One Penny Postage Stamp (t 0 COM* postage), to GOODALL, BACLEOUSE and Co., Leeds, you at once have forwarded to a Beautiful Little Volume of 104 pag es , handsomely bound in cloth, g ilt lettered, and beautifully illustrated, entitled THINGS, MADE, ‘
January 26, 1884 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
ACI-.EIrT WOR

ACI-.EIrT WOR

ACI-.EIrT LEATH & Ross's HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICINES. All Goods not in Stock procured at a day's notice.
December 23, 1882 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

••••4,im.mm. M. Marroyeril, ths new Envoy MinisWe Plenipotentiary of Roumania, is about to present his credentials to the Sultan. Mehmet Khan, the Per :Lan consul, will shortly leave Constantinople for Teheran, In order to present Prince Zil, the &coal sou of the Shah, with the
December 23, 1882 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
THE OBSTRUCTION ON MOULTON ROAD.

THE OBSTRUCTION ON MOULTON ROAD.

- - - With regard to the matter of the obstructing fence on Moulton-road, the Chairman announced that Mr. Matthew Dawson had replied to the letter their Clerk had been requested to write him upon the subject, and that he desired to have met the Surveyor's Committee and learnt th
December 23, 1882 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

NEWMARKET (SUFFOLK) PETTY SESSIONS.—TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19th, before the Revs. W. GODFREY and E. SPARK& Francis Gantry, charged with being in unlawful pursuit of game in the parish of Moulton, pleaded guilty, and was fined in the mitigated penalty of 10s. and 9s. 6d. costs. Mr. Ed
December 23, 1882 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
NEWS NOTES.

NEWS NOTES.

all parts of the country a thaw is reported, so that the prospect, which once seemed probable, of the so-called old-fashioned Christmas is not likely to be realised. In the North of S'otland. where the fall of snow had been great, the thaw was very welcome, espevially to agricul
December 23, 1882 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England