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JHITCHINGS, General Printing, tionert, and Bookbinding Establishment. Pictures framed in gilt, maple, and other mouldings. 48, HOPE-STREET, HANLEY. '« LLAN"ROYAL

JHITCHINGS, General Printing, tionert, and Bookbinding Establishment. Pictures framed in gilt, maple, and other mouldings. 48, HOPE-STREET, HANLEY. '« LLAN"ROYAL

MAIL LINE.- SHORT EST SEA PASSAGE to CANADA and the UNITED STATES. —Shortest Route to the West. The superb Steamships of this Line now run direct every Tuesday and Thursday from LIVERPOOL to PORTLAND and QUEBEC, forwarding Passengers to NEW YORK and BOSTON, and to all Cities and
April 24, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
??? SalfoS Evangelistic movement Manchester and Was Saturday evening initiated mea of a Ch «;, munion service in Oldham-street Weslevan

??? SalfoS Evangelistic movement Manchester and Was Saturday evening initiated mea of a Ch «;, munion service in Oldham-street Weslevan

TicketB of admission had been entrurtgTJ born evangehcal minister the city d ih ' and itations had been given from the pnl p it s tne previous Sunday to all interested in the work, desf mble conflagration, by which 71 buildings were loin °J ed and Beven persons lost their lives,
April 14, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HANLEY (COUNTY).—Monday.

HANLEY (COUNTY).—Monday.

(Before E. J. Ridgway and Taylor Ashworth, Esqrs.) Ruffianism Tunstall Station.—John Tilsley, potter, was charged, at the instance of Air. Lawrence Meadows, station master, with assaulting him and creating a disturbance. On Saturday night, prisoner reached the station just as a
April 14, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
STOKE COUNTY COURT.—Monday.

STOKE COUNTY COURT.—Monday.

(Before W. Esq., Judge.) Thomas Ban Oldacre v. Jambs Hollinbhead.—This was action in which a sewing machine agent of High-street, Stoke, sued the defendant, who lives King-street, Fenton, for for sewirSr machine supplied to him.—Mr. R. A. Stevenson represented the plaintiff, who
April 14, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WOMAN AND HOG FIGHT.

WOMAN AND HOG FIGHT.

the absence of any moral reflections whatever, * Echo, the following narrative forwarded by S . »pondent of the Gailipolis Journal, of fight \* a,lu a no S' s thrilling as anything heard of the way of a mixed encounter ollla a certain street town, he writes, ' corner' in the bro
July 29, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
ANOTHER NEW COMET.

ANOTHER NEW COMET.

from Twickenham, under date July 27, Mr. • lowing letter to the Timet .—Mr. '' reotol ' °f t,ie Observatory at Marseilles, ' n* by telegram yesterday the discovery of C.V previous night by M. Borrelly, to hom is due the first detection of the K »'«t which we have just lost) at t
July 29, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
gTOEE AND LONGTON ATHENiEUMS. THE PEOPLE'S TEIP. This old and popular EXCURSION will take place as usual Sati:rday, August Ist,

gTOEE AND LONGTON ATHENiEUMS. THE PEOPLE'S TEIP. This old and popular EXCURSION will take place as usual Sati:rday, August Ist,

and Monday, Mrd, to BIRKENHEAD, RHYL, LLANDUDNO, BANGOR, and the ISLE OF MAN. For further particulars, see subsequent advertisements and small bills. F" Longton. a Black RETRIEVER DOG, white spot on breast. If not owned iv three days will be sold to defray expenses. —Apply, Thom
July 29, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Dr. Barnes, of Leyland, went out for a walk early yesterday moining and soon afterwards his mutilated body was found

Dr. Barnes, of Leyland, went out for a walk early yesterday moining and soon afterwards his mutilated body was found

on the railway. The Welsh National Eisteddfod was continued yesterday, at Bangor, under the presidency 0 f tho Bishop of Bangor, who delivered an address. Joseph Eudge, central secretary G f the Manchester Flint-glass Makers Society, has been committed for trial at the Quarter S
August 20, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, AND SHEFFIELD WAREHOUSE. Established 184 2. THOMAS G. CAMM (the only importer in the Botteries) begs to intimate

LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, AND SHEFFIELD WAREHOUSE. Established 184 2. THOMAS G. CAMM (the only importer in the Botteries) begs to intimate

that he has always on. hand the largest variety Toys and Fancy Goods the district fancy Basket* newly imported and cheapest in the A arrival of the celebrated American Clothes Pegs, 9d. per box; bass■ brooms >; sweepmg brushes, scouring stone, shoe and other brushes great variet
August 20, 1874 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

Close of the Royal Visit to Staffordshire. —Prince and Princess Christian left Ingestre on Saturday morning, taking special train from Weston to Stafford, and then joining the regular train service for Windsor, vid Bushbury junction. At Stafford station the Mayor, Mr. B. P. Wrig
April 21, 1873 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England