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STA2FORDSEIRE

STA2FORDSEIRE

THE PEOPLE IN ALASRA.—One of the most remarkable traits of this peculiar people in Alaska is their aversion to salt, which they will not eat in any form. When offered a choke piece of corned-beef on the vessel, they have been seen to taste it, and, on finding that it had been sa
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
(From Funny Folks.)

(From Funny Folks.)

ANces "GAM(r)BlT."—Seeing that the son of King Coffee is possessed of the notion he will recover his royal parent's umbrella from his white foes during the coming struggle, it would be distinctive to allude to the military operations, should they be engaged in, as the Ashantee G
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.

THE FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.

At an adjourned Quarter Sessions held at Carnarvon on Saturday, there being present Colonel Vincent Williams (chairman), Mr. H. J. Ellis Nanney, Mr. Owen Evans, and Mr. Henry Barber (clerk of the peace), the chief constable (Major Clayton) submitted an urgent recommendation that
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
"NO HONOUR IN HIS OWN COUNTRY."

"NO HONOUR IN HIS OWN COUNTRY."

Mr. Carlyle's severest critic, and a critic of his own school, was the old parish roadmart at Beckfechan. "Been a long time in this neighbourhood ? " asked an American traveller on the outlook for a sight of the sage. "Been here a' ma dap', sir." " Then you'll know the Carlyles
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WILD BIRDS PROTECTION ACT.

WILD BIRDS PROTECTION ACT.

The " Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880," has just come into operation, and until the Ist of August it will be illegal to kill or take any •wild bird in Uireat Britain. Only owners and occupiers of land or any person authorised by them are allowed to kill or take wild birds on suc
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 

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March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WOLSTANTON.

WOLSTANTON.

LONGBRIDGE HAYES .MISSION CRURCII.—The annual tea party and concert was held on Monday night, in the schoolroom, and proved a great success. About two hundred sat down to tea, the number lincreasing at the concert which followed. The work of preparing and dispensing the good far
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
just plain one men

just plain one men

March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.-FRIDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-FRIDAY.

Sir C. Dilke, replying to Mr. Bourke, said that the Government had advised the Government of Greece not to take any steps that might have the appearance of an attempt to force the hands of the Powers now engaged in negotiations at Constantinople. Mr. Grant Duff read a telegram f
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL LAW CASE.

LOCAL LAW CASE.

MANCHESTER AND LIVERPOOL DISTRICT BANKING COMPANY T. HANCOCK. This was an action for the recovery of a dishonoured bill of exchange for £l5O, and was heard at the last Derby Assizes, when a verdict was given for the defendant', Edmund Hancock, of Tuustall.. On Monday Mr. Mellor
March 5, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England