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GREATEST QUESTION OF THE AGE, The greate st question of the age, That doth the public miud engage ! Is

GREATEST QUESTION OF THE AGE, The greate st question of the age, That doth the public miud engage ! Is

where I a good HAT find ; In style and price to suit my mind— Our answer is, to BAKEWELL'S 40, Waterloo-road, Burslem, you know. The best in the Potteries. WKIGrHT, AUCTIONEER and VALUER, HOUSE, ESTATE, and TRANSFER AGENT, 26, Cheapside, Hanley. AGENT for the London Guarantee an
November 5, 1875 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
"VfOTICE.—Mr. ami Mrs. STEWART Cure Deafness, Fits. Gravel, Worms, Rheumatism, Liver Complaints, Piles, ana Nervous Debility. Advice and Medicine tu

"VfOTICE.—Mr. ami Mrs. STEWART Cure Deafness, Fits. Gravel, Worms, Rheumatism, Liver Complaints, Piles, ana Nervous Debility. Advice and Medicine tu

the Working Class, 2s. 6d. At No. 3, King-street, Market-street, Hartley. Tape Worms cured a few hours. MELLOR," BUILDER of CAR- J|_ of every description. Repairs promptly executed. New and Second-hand Carriages, and a large Mock well-seasoned Timber always on hand. 46, MILL-STR
November 3, 1876 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
EXPECTED INVASION OF ROUMANIA.

EXPECTED INVASION OF ROUMANIA.

Vienna, Wednesday.—Several newspapers published in this city announce the removal of the Russian headquarters from Kisheneff Chotinaud the impending entrance of the Russian Army into Roumania. The latter measure is affirmed be prompted much by sanitary considerations. ..flSr.n t
January 25, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
'w- - 1 TO LET, neat furnished PARLOUR BEDROOM.—AppIy W 0. BCrgi-SS, opposite tho Rectory, Newport-lane, Burslem. TO LET, HOUSE

'w- - 1 TO LET, neat furnished PARLOUR BEDROOM.—AppIy W 0. BCrgi-SS, opposite tho Rectory, Newport-lane, Burslem. TO LET, HOUSE

and SHOP, 12, Hope-street, Hanley ; mutable for any business. Fixtures taken. Apply on Premises. _____ lours, and othkus. TIO BE LET, the*vacant PIECE OF LANI>, 1 at tlie corner of Mar«h-stree 1 and New Hall-street, In Borough Hwtey.—Apply Messrs. Ward and Sox, Albion-street, Ha
January 25, 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
RATHER A SERIOUS CHARGE.

RATHER A SERIOUS CHARGE.

It seems there was third verse in the parody Mr. Gladstone read in the House of Commons the other night But I don't think this could have been it; ' Forward the Bright Brigade ! Spike all our guns !' he said; ' In this sad state of trade, We can't be plundered. ' Honour is all m
February 27, 1878 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
fflSaats. BARMAID. A SITUATION required by experienced person.—Address, A.8., o_t«e, Hauler. WANTED, an ENGAGEMENT aa DAILY GOVERNESS. English, French, Music,

fflSaats. BARMAID. A SITUATION required by experienced person.—Address, A.8., o_t«e, Hauler. WANTED, an ENGAGEMENT aa DAILY GOVERNESS. English, French, Music,

Drawing. Rudiments German and Latin. Five years' references. Address, A. 8., 91, Cobden-street, Dresden. WANTED, to PURCHASE, GENTLEMEN S CAST-OFF CLOTHING. Prompt cash.—Apply, Thomas Hall, 11, New-street, Bnrslem. WANTED, a MILLION LADIES, to try MARGERISON'S WHITE WINDSOR SOAP
February 27, 1878 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Jfole* Contract. ON SALE, THREE Excellent FREEHOLD HOUSES, newly and substantially erected, on Hie Mount Estate, Penkhull; pleasantry situated.—Apply, A.

Jfole* Contract. ON SALE, THREE Excellent FREEHOLD HOUSES, newly and substantially erected, on Hie Mount Estate, Penkhull; pleasantry situated.—Apply, A.

Wilkinson, Builder, Prince g-road, Peakhnll. TO BE SOLD, POTTERS' PRESS ; view sane.—Apply to J. Docksbt, Jun., Blythe Briige. Als** -v POXY, hand high; good SILVER-MOUNTED HARNESS ; and Manchester GlG.—Apply to J. DOCKSEY, Jun.,. Blythe Bridge. ' ' TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY.
February 27, 1878 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HANLEY (BOROUGH).—This Day.

HANLEY (BOROUGH).—This Day.

(Before T. Hampton and J. Warner, Esqrs.) Drunk in Charge.—Joseph Biggins was charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and dray, Albionstreet, on the 28th of June, and also with furiously at the same time. —Defendant admitted the charge of drunkenness, but denied the
June 29, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BURSLEM__WA S . L. G. HALES Begs to announce that his PREMISES will be C LOSED during the WAKES WEEK,

BURSLEM__WA S . L. G. HALES Begs to announce that his PREMISES will be C LOSED during the WAKES WEEK,

as follows:— Monday, June 27th, at 7 p.m.; Tuesday and Wei iNesday, at p.m. ; Thursday, the whole of the day; Friday and Saturday, Business Hours as ual. tLD A JL» &uA »' , GOLDSMITHS, SILVERSMIT gS, AND WATCHMAKERS. MARKET-SQUA JtE, HANLEY. GOLD GENEVA WATCHES from £3 to £10. 1
June 29, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CERAMICS AT THE AMERICAN EXHIBITION.

CERAMICS AT THE AMERICAN EXHIBITION.

(Fr»m the New York Tribune.) F BANCS. The exhibit of and Co. is certaimly the most astonishing in this department. Fastened against the wall is allegorical design, 12 by 15 feet iu size, made from enameled tiles about four inches square. This composition, explained by the attend
October 16, 1876 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England