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PARTICULARLY LOCAL.

PARTICULARLY LOCAL.

LIGHTING-UP TINE. Cyclists must light their lamps to-night at 9.24 and to-morrow (Sunday) night at 9 23 LOCAL SUCCESS. -- Mr Harold Walton, son of Mr W. T. Walton,. accountant. West liart.epool successfully final examination of the 13ociety of Accountants and Auditoni, he.d tu t
July 14, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
NOTTS. v KENT.

NOTTS. v KENT.

Notts batted for an hour this morning, but it wee reduced to an hour's actual play through rain, and then Jones declared the closure, leaving Kent hours to keep their wickete up, or the impossible task of getting as 9 to win. The weather was bright when they commenced. Kent star
July 14, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
EDUCATIONAL. ME. R. GREENWELL, M nes ao. O Theory, ice PuPtlg Prepsred to LI A. THECIIMA.NN. 07, Murray Street, THE

EDUCATIONAL. ME. R. GREENWELL, M nes ao. O Theory, ice PuPtlg Prepsred to LI A. THECIIMA.NN. 07, Murray Street, THE

Elm PIANOFORTE TEACHER. Diplome tfroml Stuttgart Conservatoire of Music. Practicai Piano Tuner. •114)LOGNE CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC, under the direction of Professor Dr. Franc Wullner. Conductor of the Musical Chapel of Cologne. The Conservatoire of an Instruments., *Singing and M
July 14, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
IF . • • . You Don't Know II , JULY IGth, “R MONDAY NEXT, 1 I IS AN I

IF . • • . You Don't Know II , JULY IGth, “R MONDAY NEXT, 1 I IS AN I

IMPORTANT DATE, 1 GET YOUR BEST FRIEND TO TELL YOU. —,---- , IF • I • • HE PROVES 03DUIATE, go to your , Newsagent, Ready Armed, and Compel H,m to Reveal the Secret . .
July 14, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
ssARTLEPOOLEI WINDOW CLEANING CO. respectfully to Woe= the Inhabitants of the Hartlepoole that they do the following WORK at REASONABLE

ssARTLEPOOLEI WINDOW CLEANING CO. respectfully to Woe= the Inhabitants of the Hartlepoole that they do the following WORK at REASONABLE

CHARGES:— WINDOW CLEANING, CARPET BEATING, PAINT WASHING. Apply, H PEACH & CO , 27, DORSET STREET. STOCKTON ROAD.
July 14, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
"WHICH IS THE PARISH CHURCH ?"

"WHICH IS THE PARISH CHURCH ?"

To the Editor of the " Northern Guardian." Hear Sir,—lt, is with very great regret that I have published the correspondence respecting the above, but the matter should be settled once for all, and I have tried for years to do so privately. May I be allowed to I have never claime
August 9, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
lIUNINAL FURNISHERS.

lIUNINAL FURNISHERS.

H. MASON, sziA OSBORNE ROADS. AAA i. MrBGRAVE STREET. —• soononamsll7. sad pond. Funeral sa 1/ ,, e district. F or sod Vinitlng. oar flnkber-Tyzed I..,.ndaus and err uasquailed for cot radanne oppomsed Olobi* firkrik 44411114.60 aialDsbil, lEht 6uarbian. HEAD OFFICES. WEST ELETL
August 9, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
he enemies, but so disbelieves him. The

he enemies, but so disbelieves him. The

men wham Jack suenected in the restaurant and saw st the theatre arrive in the vieinitr, a happy chancel throws him into corn- murdcation with them, His diecoveries go to ,how that it is Madame Ipanoff who 'lotting s.goinst tho mysterious young girl, Zor of tho men, taking Jack
August 9, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
PRINCE ALFRED'S WILL (Reutsr's 'telegram.)

PRINCE ALFRED'S WILL (Reutsr's 'telegram.)

.00B1JRG, Tufsday. The Chief Court Marshal has issued a proclamation of the Prince Regeni expresang teanlie on his own behalf, and also on that of the ger-Duchess, and he children and -eletivcs of the late duke, fcr the numerous of true sympathy and ocirrow, which have a great c
August 9, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
KILLED IN A GARDEN.

KILLED IN A GARDEN.

A shocking shooting accident occurred nett. Barstang, Lancash re, to-day, John Bradshaw, a man. Invi-ed a ottmanion named Harrison to teat his shooting with an old gun in a garden for killing birds. Harrl"n picked up the weapon qui fired at a flower, but the dharge *track Brad+l
August 9, 1900 - Northern Guardian (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England