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rilo ADVERTISERS.—The " PEMBROKE- A_ SHIRE ADVERTISER" has a larger circulation than any wookly Newspaper in South Wales. Address—The Manager,

rilo ADVERTISERS.—The " PEMBROKE- A_ SHIRE ADVERTISER" has a larger circulation than any wookly Newspaper in South Wales. Address—The Manager,

West-gate, Pembroke.
September 5, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS in this paper for Masters wanting Servants, or Servants Masters, are charged One Shilling for twenty words, and Sixpence

ADVERTISEMENTS in this paper for Masters wanting Servants, or Servants Masters, are charged One Shilling for twenty words, and Sixpence

for every ten words, prepaid in stamps. The same terms for other small advertisements of articles on sale, or property to be sold or let.
September 5, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LORD DERBY IN MANCHESTER,

LORD DERBY IN MANCHESTER,

Lord Derby last night presided at the Festival cf the Manchester Horticultural Society. In proposing success to the society, his lordship said: You don't expect me to argue or explain the general advantages which arise from such exhibitions as that we have witnessed this morning
September 4, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
M. de Villemessant, a Parisian journalist, offers £1,600 to head a Royalist subscription for the re-building of the Tuileries. The

M. de Villemessant, a Parisian journalist, offers £1,600 to head a Royalist subscription for the re-building of the Tuileries. The

King of Italy has resolved on visiting Vienna, where he will meet the Emperors of Germany and Austria. The watch committee of the borough of Preston have agreed to recommend to the Town Council an intrease of 2s. per week to each police officer. A whale was captured yesterday in
September 4, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE RENFREWSHTRE ELECTION.

THE RENFREWSHTRE ELECTION.

The polling'in . Renfrewshire ended yesterday in the victory ot Colonel Ca,mpbell,. the Conservative candidate, by 178 majority! Polling icomMenced' at eight o'clock yesterday intrning aftbe various pollimnilaces, Neilston, Pollockshaws; Crosshill, Kinning• Park, and Greenock. M
September 11, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE BREAKFAST TAME.

THE BREAKFAST TAME.

A Californian editor having recommended all hhs citl readers out of employment to 'go where sunbrown labour swings his Gte Lep arms"- has been- hesie, o cred by visitoni ever since desiring to know old Cyclop's address. The printer of the blank forms for electric telegraph messa
September 11, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
• • Twelve Persons subscribing ONE PENNY each per week, may have 12 Copies every morning. Post Free, thus making

• • Twelve Persons subscribing ONE PENNY each per week, may have 12 Copies every morning. Post Free, thus making

"The Town and Country Daily Newspaper" only a Penny per weel; --Where tweiv& copies per day are too many, six copies may be at Sevenpence per week.
September 11, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TB.E QUEEN.

TB.E QUEEN.

The Queen and the Royal Family attended Divine service on Sunday morning in the Parish Church of Crathie. The Rev. A. Campbell, minister of Loxunay, officiated. Her Majesty was attended by Lady Churchill and the Hon. Mortimer Sackville West.
September 3, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUPPOSED MURDER.

SUPPOSED MURDER.

A shocking discovery has been made in the Thames, of a nature difficult to account for except on the supposi. tion that a foul murder has been committed. At different parts of the river mutilated portions of the body of a woman have been found, presenting every indication of hav
September 8, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PERSONS requiring EXTRA NUMBERS of any one day's issue of The Town and Country Daily Newspaper may have them, post

PERSONS requiring EXTRA NUMBERS of any one day's issue of The Town and Country Daily Newspaper may have them, post

free, at the rateof 36 for 7d. or 72 for One Shilling—Office: 112, Strand, London, W.C.
September 8, 1873 - Town & Country Daily Newspaper - London, London, England