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- NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE PIANOFORTE MAN U - FACTORY PICCADILLY CORNER, HANLEY. OINCE the intmAnction of the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM Thu

- NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE PIANOFORTE MAN U - FACTORY PICCADILLY CORNER, HANLEY. OINCE the intmAnction of the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM Thu

i,4 wide of Pianofortes and Harmoniums have been pureaased and paid for on this system by those who, if they had been restricted to the ordinary method of purchase, would not have been possessed of an instrument on any other terms. Peako's Three Yeats' System—Hire a Good Piano a
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
~.. - , ' ' - . , .1 .::,. I..,:„ceuTlo N. 1 WHtLPTON'S }PILLS. In consequence of certain unprincipled

~.. - , ' ' - . , .1 .::,. I..,:„ceuTlo N. 1 WHtLPTON'S }PILLS. In consequence of certain unprincipled

persons ffering for sale base imitations of this old-established renowned Parody Medicine, the Proprietors advise the public to see, when purchasing, that they are supped with those only which are genuine. Messrs. 5. WHELPTON and ON also Caution all Dealer against vending counte
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LIVE CATPLE AND T TRADE. A/ESSRS. PEARSALL BROTHERS are now prepared to RECEIVE for SALE, on Commission, LIVE CATTLE or

LIVE CATPLE AND T TRADE. A/ESSRS. PEARSALL BROTHERS are now prepared to RECEIVE for SALE, on Commission, LIVE CATTLE or

DEAD MEAT, in any quantity. Cattle varefully slaughtered. R. PEARSALL, Proprietor, Smithfield Yard Sling, , htez House and Dead Meat Market, Birmingham. JOIANOFORTES, ARIKONIUITS. . AMERICAN ORGANS, MUSICAL BOXES, • !<T ,And Musical Instruments of every description. LARGEST STOC
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
-- — —. .c 44 NEURALGIA IN \v,, u v iti o m i at i i i cl yiS

-- — —. .c 44 NEURALGIA IN \v,, u v iti o m i at i i i cl yiS

7 . RHEUItT A A ND TIS 71 % i reci E by of ,( I CP it NEWEST, BEnT, , '44c -44b47 Y' N4:I:UItAL . N in:lf n i ditrtoe7ollTßEWre="e • friencb a posatt, mala4iies. : , to humanity. In valuable to Travellers O e . , . , . . Tottri,its dating * 4 0 V '4 1 ..) „ fortheoming Rammer. \
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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4, 041Afii4440' 4 1.!' 1 • 4:01..6.11,,, h 44-• ; 4 f !11107 Tr ^ OINTMENT. 1 stutatU Seori ,t;,T ifq"'"F.w! 4c16 , akittllt-Nict *Tuft ' ' • , IVIAN , - ' • • This valuable Ointment (as originally prepared by, G. L. ROBERTS, M.D.) is confidently recommended to the Public as an u
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE ROOSTER AND THE RAT.

THE ROOSTER AND THE RAT.

The Porstmouth, N.H., Chronicle mentions .a rooster that did something to prove his right to crow :—Mr. Card, of Fort Point, Newcastle, has a lame flock of hens and many chickens, and a rooster winch weighs ten pounds and two ounces, the master of the coop and the hens' favourit
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WHITSUNTIDE.

WHITSUNTIDE.

There seems to be a periodic revolution in English opinion with regard to holidays. Fos many years before the Reformation complaints were loud and long among moralists, and probably also, if the truth of the matter were known, among merchants . ' manufacturers, that holidays wer
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
M A f 7 4,1-I.ltV energy and using it when w - anted. had been solved. The "million .o.f foot

M A f 7 4,1-I.ltV energy and using it when w - anted. had been solved. The "million .o.f foot

: rounds" sent on its journey of seventy-two, hours suffered little diminution in transit. The waste by time, indeed, is thought to be of no practical . i moment. There can be no question . that only a step divides us from .other and more wonderful discoveries. Sir William Thoms
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
_ Tlrl,l BUSINESS OF THE SESSION.

_ Tlrl,l BUSINESS OF THE SESSION.

_ BUSINESS OF THE SESSION. The Daily observes :—We have long ceased to take an account of the possibility of this session dealing seriously with any of the questions but the Land-Law Bill. Some measures there are which must of necessity be passed, no matter how long Parliament si
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL PRODUCE MARKF,T.

LIVERPOOL PRODUCE MARKF,T.

The market for sugar is still very strong. ißuni fair inquiry. Coffee, fair demand. Cocoa, price changed. Linseed, better request. Sago flour, lers 9d. offered. llyewoods, generally steady. Molasses, unaltered. Cuteh has .fair inquiry. Gambier, 18s. Block nitrate of soda, 13s. 9
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England