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VfON EY ! MONEY ! ! ;o UiEii. REQUIRED. IMMEDIATE CASH advanced to Householders Fra.dosrneu, Farmors, and others. Strictest con.

VfON EY ! MONEY ! ! ;o UiEii. REQUIRED. IMMEDIATE CASH advanced to Householders Fra.dosrneu, Farmors, and others. Strictest con.

dlonce. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 8, CREA.PSTDE, HANLEY, 8, CIINNPS.iI)I4:, 11A.NLEY, 1, IZILIYY-STI - LEI!:T (Off Newcastle-A.), DPIISLEM, ANT) 26, STkFFORD-STUEET LONGTON.
January 29, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
NO FEES UNLESS CASH is ADVANCED. PRIVATE ADVANCES FAIV,I and TRADE STOCK, FURNITUB,E, &c., in town or country, wilhout removal,

NO FEES UNLESS CASH is ADVANCED. PRIVATE ADVANCES FAIV,I and TRADE STOCK, FURNITUB,E, &c., in town or country, wilhout removal,

and with or without ureties.—Apply personally, or write or prospectus, to an° ILGE i'avtiN, A ccountaut,l3, Eastgate-street, Stal , ird. Established 1870. MONEY.—„tIO to £I,OOJ.—MONEY. • IMPOLINT TO BORROWER i.. HERE can I obtain a, small loin of money to 'V relieve me from my p
January 29, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BURSLEM.

BURSLEM.

PRIMITIVE METHODIST BAZAAR. The bazaar attracted a large company in the Town Hall, on Saturday evening. By brisk private sales, and ultimately by auction sales at each stall, a large quantity of goods were disposed off, which together with the takings for the week, realised Alto
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
IA A.DELEY.

IA A.DELEY.

WESLEYAN TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION.—A very interesting meeting was held in the Wesleyan Chapel on Saturday evening. Mr. Broad presided; and there was a good attendance. Hymns, recitations, and dialogues, were given by members of the association, and members of the Band of Hope. A v
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A SAD CASE.

A SAD CASE.

At the Surrey Sessions, John Dupont, 28, described as a professor of languages, was indicted for feloniously stealing two clocks, a barometer, and other articles, the property of Hubert de Carteret.— Mr. Barrett Lennard prosecuted, and prisoner was undefended.—lt appeared that o
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE GENERAL BAPTISTS AND THE MARRIAGE LAWS.

THE GENERAL BAPTISTS AND THE MARRIAGE LAWS.

At the spring meeting of the Midland General Baptist Conference, held at Mansfield, representing eighty-three churches, the report of a special cora. mittee on the marriage laws was brought up by Mr) Foulkes 'Griffiths, barrister-at-law, of Nottingham.' The following resolution
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BRILLIANT! CLEAN!

BRILLIANT! CLEAN!

ECONMUICAL t E. JAMES & SONS, Plymouth, Inventors and Solo Manufacturers. D OME BLACK LEAD SOLD by GROCERS everywhere. In Sixpenny Boxes. In Shilling decorated Metal Boxes with "propelling" holden:ln Penny 'Domes, and in Halfpenny 'Domes.' G OODWINS'S PALE or BROWN COLD WATER :E
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SCENE IN THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT.

SCENE IN THE GERMAN PARLIAMENT.

In Friday's sitting of the German Parliament the Coasting Trade Bill, which, not having been passed last year, was reintroduced this session, was referred to a Committee. Prince Bismarck declared that he had no objection to the discussion of the measure by a Committee, but the F
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CURIOSITIES OF AMERICAN PATENTS.

CURIOSITIES OF AMERICAN PATENTS.

It can hardly fail to strike those who are familiar with the pages of the official gazette of the United States Patent Office, that by far the larger portion of the inventions patented are worthless. They are, as a whole, of a much lower quality than the patents of either France
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
FRIEND OF ALL. FILLS: II

FRIEND OF ALL. FILLS: II

IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. Unless the blood bo kept in a pure state the constitution must be weakened and disease supervene. These wonderful Pills possess the power of removing or neutralizing all contaminations of the blood and system generally. They quietly, but certainly, overcom
March 12, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England