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THE WRECK OF THE BOHEMIAN.

THE WRECK OF THE BOHEMIAN.

There is nothing mark the scene of the wreck of the Bohemian beyond the wreckage which has Been washed t-shore in large quantities. The masts have entirely dis appeared. It is now ascertained that thirty-live persons belonging to the Bohenian perished, and cnother victim was add
February 10, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MANCHESTER BETTING.

MANCHESTER BETTING.

FOURTH EDITION Manchester, 3 p.m. WATERLOO CUP. (Run Wednesday, February 16th, and following days.) 10 to 1 asst Lord Haddington's nom—(t). 100 to Mr. Hinks's nom—(t). j to 1 Mr. Pilkington's nom—(t). 25 to 1 Mr. Postle's nom—(t & off). to 1 Mr. Morrison's nom —(t & off). 28 to
February 10, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HENRY PIDDUCK AND SONS, MARKET-SQUARE, HAN LEY, AND 24, ST. ANNS-SQUARE, MANCHESTER. The New FINE GOLD MODELLED JAPANESE BRACELETS, BROOCHES,

HENRY PIDDUCK AND SONS, MARKET-SQUARE, HAN LEY, AND 24, ST. ANNS-SQUARE, MANCHESTER. The New FINE GOLD MODELLED JAPANESE BRACELETS, BROOCHES,

EARRINGS, LOCKETS, &&, Richly Engraved and Embossed with Birds, Landscapes, &c, in Green Gold. LADIES' GEM RINGS, A Special Stock of LADIES' FANCY RINGS. Set with Diamonds, Emeralds, FINE GOLD and SILVER Set with Pearls Kubiei &c Pearls, Rubies, Sapphires, &c BRACELETS. From GEN
August 27, 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
FRESH DAILY

FRESH DAILY

a.nm MITV-.L imds COO. k£o—aU.uuc.OUL.i •road. WELLER, TREAT, ABQ.UXS in .VER PLATE, I FTS. Gold and Silver CAL.UO. !4s. earh. WATCHER for SSac BANGLES, r>», Ac. UCantGuUl. oonvwtibi, into rAIUlk.> ALBERTS. D«si£iif. Great Tarietr. Te:\ . a I. K.VCA3. CASKS ami in Privat* catch
January 8, 1889 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
IVTORTH STAFFORD WORKING MEN'S FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY. Committee: Mr. W. Millett Edge, President. Mr. Geo. A. Foster, Mr. John Cooke.

IVTORTH STAFFORD WORKING MEN'S FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY. Committee: Mr. W. Millett Edge, President. Mr. Geo. A. Foster, Mr. John Cooke.

Mr. Jno. Weatherby. Mr. F. R. Burgess. Mr. Edmund Hood. Mr. Thomas Nixon. Mr. James Worthington. Mr. John Wade. Mr. Aaron Joynson. Mr. Endon Turner. Trustees : Mr. Wm. Corns. | Mr. Wm. BorLTcyf. Mr. J. Sant. J Mr. Tnos Arrowsmith. Hon. Treasurer: Surveyor: Mr. A. Mr. G. B. Ford.
May 20, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
The oM-e«U KINO SUUF.

The oM-e«U KINO SUUF.

The an<i Cheapest Stock the Potteries, 200 Btcf* t«> fruiu. Ail marked Figure*. View WinUou s. 2>. IN THE liken off. lull dozen MICESL TKASPOONiJ cadi purchaser. Ijwliec* and real SILVBE WAICUSS. from 15i. Warranted Five Yearj. C. E* H. Gtoodwiic, lit, HOrK-ST&EET, BAXLEY. Farr
January 8, 1889 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
NEW YEAH GIFTS

NEW YEAH GIFTS

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN’ SHOLLU INSPECT THE LARGE STOCK NEW YEAR GOODS AT S. 1 EXTON'S, W, X N.l MIXX-B T H X , UAHLBX. cILROY ~ HANLEY. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. The time Las now arrived for ditpminff of our Surolut Stork of Winter Goods. Our Sale wilt oommenoe SATL'KDAY NEXT. JAN LAK
January 8, 1889 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
sHippmo.

sHippmo.

Allan line royal mail steamers to UNITED STATES and CANADA. FROM LIVERPOOL. F**t Hali'ax Jan. C* :.m F*ir Hal. lax Baitiaeurw...Jmi! 8 Saktumax For Halifax au«i I'ortlautl Jan 17 i»ccnn Kat.»x:-Saloon, to 18 Utiioca*; loUrroedisU. 6».; at lo\»«t Thruuiph TickaU flt«oiai kioutrra
January 8, 1889 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
COCKLE'S AXTIBILIOCS PILLS, THE SAFEST PATENT MEDICINE.

COCKLE'S AXTIBILIOCS PILLS, THE SAFEST PATENT MEDICINE.

January 8, 1889 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE PENAL SERVITUDE ACT.

THE PENAL SERVITUDE ACT.

Worship-street Police Gmrt, London, on Tuesday, John Bridger, twenty-six, a labourer, was charged nnder a warrant signed by Colonel Sir E. T. W. HdMerhon, Chief Commissioner of Police, with breach of the conditions of his licence, he beiog convict released on ticket of leave, hi
November 13, 1878 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England