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July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
THE HALL SCHOOL, WEM. Principal—Mß. ROCiERSON, of the University of Glasgow; Senior Maiter—T. E. CATTON, Esp., B.A. in honours, Trinity

THE HALL SCHOOL, WEM. Principal—Mß. ROCiERSON, of the University of Glasgow; Senior Maiter—T. E. CATTON, Esp., B.A. in honours, Trinity

College, Dublin; Assisted by Four Resident and the following Visiting Masters :—Modern Languages Mr. Harrison. Music : Mr. Rawlings. Drawing: Mr. SeddonWildblood, Certificated Science and Art Department. Dancing Mr. P. burley. Drill : Sergeant-Major Boote, of the Wem Rifles. PUP
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
BRIDGNORTH.

BRIDGNORTH.

SAD AND MELANCHOLY CASE DROWNING.-0E Thursday evening last, Mr. Gill, brother of Mr. Gill, of the Gas Works, Dawley, drowned in the Severn near Bridgnorth. It appears that he had taken Mrs. Bouthwell and her son in a boat, which having got on ground, he was endeavouring to get o
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
MUCH WENLOCK.

MUCH WENLOCK.

COMING VACANCIES IN THE COUNCIL.—Mr. Ainsworth, who finds that the distance be has removed from the borough town renders if inconvenient for him to attend the meetings of the C.ancil, is not likely to seek re-election when his office expires in November next; and it is intended,
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
GEORGE COLLIS,

GEORGE COLLIS,

THE STAFFORD ARMS INN COAL PIT BANK. PURE HOME BREWED ALES, Dublin Stout, Cider and Foreign Cigars. SPIRITS OF TUE FINEST cptuunn, WELL-AIRED BEDS. GOOD STABLING. No. 11 Lodge have a large and excellent Club Room at _tills house. _ _ THREE FURNACES INN, M.kDELEY COURT. Mil. W C
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
DAWLEY

DAWLEY

OF LOCAL AND SANITARY AUTHORITY. —Some abominable nuisances yet exist in Dawley which should he looked to during this hot weather. There is one sewer in particular, which the highway officers have looked at and, talked over, and then left, at Little Dawley, near the 'Church Wick
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
AN AMERICAN COLLEGE _PICTURE.

AN AMERICAN COLLEGE _PICTURE.

I have a fancy that those Marylanders are just about near enough to the sun to ripen well.—How some of us fellows remember Joe and Hurry, Baltimoreans, both ! Joe, with his cheeks like lady-apples, and his eyes like black-heart cherries, and his teeth like the whiteness of the f
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
POETRY, MARAT.

POETRY, MARAT.

What! is that Marat ? that livid creature in green clothes with those yellow and prominent grey eyes. . . .It must surely belong to the batrachlan genus rather than to the human species. What marsh produced this hideous creature And yet his eyes have rather a mild expression. Th
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
SHOCKING ACCIDENT TO AN EXCUR- SION PARTY. FIVE PERSONS DROWNED.

SHOCKING ACCIDENT TO AN EXCUR- SION PARTY. FIVE PERSONS DROWNED.

in recovering the bodies were P.C. Chnrchward and a young pilot named Gilpin. Gilpin first recovered the bodies of two of the females, Agnes Saunders and Lily Bowrey, and these were at once conveyed to Dawlist Inn, the beach, where Dr. L it. the M r . Deshon...l other persons tr
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England
 
AFTERNOON MEETING. ADMITTANCE TO THE FIELD.

AFTERNOON MEETING. ADMITTANCE TO THE FIELD.

Mr. Lucas enquired what persons would have to pay who desired to enter the field for the sale of refreshments. He was referring to paid members of the society. The Chairman said that the charge of admittance would be threepence, but all paid union men who wore their medals would
July 25, 1874 - Shropshire Examiner - Wenlock, Shropshire, England