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SMITHFIELD, SHREWSBURY. SALE of SHEEP, FAT AND STORE CATTLE, PIGS DRAUGHT AND HACK MOUSES, Ac. MR. WILLIAM HALL BEGS to

SMITHFIELD, SHREWSBURY. SALE of SHEEP, FAT AND STORE CATTLE, PIGS DRAUGHT AND HACK MOUSES, Ac. MR. WILLIAM HALL BEGS to

announce that lie will SELL, in the Smithfield. on Tuesday. February 3rd, 1874, Frihi Fat Oxen, Heifkrr, and Cows, Ripe Wethers and Ewes, Fat Labrs and Calves, Well-rred Cows and Calves, Stork Cattle, Bacon, Pork, and Store Pigs, Hack and Draught Horses, hc. 'Also, a capital Har
28 January 1874 - Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
MEETING AT THE MASONIC ARMS.

MEETING AT THE MASONIC ARMS.

At eight o’clock Mr. Alderman figgins and Mr. Douglas Straight addre>-sed a meeting of the electors tho Masonic Arms, Belle Vue. Mr. Thomas Groves was voted t» the chair, and the attendance was large and v enthuiastic. In a very eloquent address Mr. Groves commented upon the var
28 January 1874 - Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
WELLINGTON.

WELLINGTON.

SMITHFIELD —On Mottduy last there was Urge allow of capital fat cattle Messrs. Barber ami Son’s auction, also about prime sheep, with a moderate supply of pigs. Trade was Rood for all best quality, but a shade easier for second best, either in cattle or sheep. Beef made B£d. per
28 January 1874 - Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
YOCKLETON.

YOCKLETON.

The Birth or a Son and Heir to the House op Onslow. —On W the village Yockletnn presented a very gay appearance the festivities which were set foot to celebrate the birth of son and heir to Captain and Mrs. Wingfield. At one o’clock the labourera on the estate sat down to good s
28 January 1874 - Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE’S ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS

MR. GLADSTONE’S ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS

OF GREENWICH. On Saturday the London newspapers published Mr. Gladstone’s address to hi® Greenwich constituents. In the address, which is of considerable length, the Premier states that Her Majesty has been adviaed by her Ministers, and has graciously accepted the advice, to dis
28 January 1874 - Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Barnes —January 27, aged 41, Mary Ann, wife Mr James Karnes, of the * wcorge Hotel, St George’s, ami Lite of Blowek— January 27, in her 31st year, Annie, the beloved wife of Henry Wills, 51, Constitution Hill, Birmingham, and eldest daughter of John Blower, Pride Hill, Shrewsbur
28 January 1874 - Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
MEAT, WOOL, AND HOP Maraorot it»(* Market. Monday. The feature in the market in day bus been the removal of

MEAT, WOOL, AND HOP Maraorot it»(* Market. Monday. The feature in the market in day bus been the removal of

the restriction hitbeil" on of Cattle beyond four mile radius o«iaa this some co mtry u-iti be's bate nis the r appear•nee The 'rade for Beast*, the supply of which has lu-eo oolv derate. b*» been tery lirm. Boa the best Soots tod C'i»»-e» have been disposed of at 3s 8d 10 3* pe
04 January 1872 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Solihull Acock Green Hibminouam Woiecrbamp 30. 40, ,11 3 ! 44 Chester ... M tin better TRAIN* Kineton dtp Fenny

Solihull Acock Green Hibminouam Woiecrbamp 30. 40, ,11 3 ! 44 Chester ... M tin better TRAIN* Kineton dtp Fenny

Compton ...orr. ..1 317 ..I 336 .. .. 3 4 3 45, 471 0 7 30 8 Class Class Class Ift Ift 2 1 2ft3 7 0 45 12 40 30 10 8 I 5 1 (Dii I*A TIUNS' DAT* 11 31 37 II 30. 1 33 2 7 3 II 7 42 2 30 33 8 20 8 43, 4 10 843 .. | 840 .. 13 .. I'KEK DAYS. I • *. m r.w. i »r p, - .. 55 480 2 5 487
06 June 1872 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
PILSSAW 9. BIPPOS.

PILSSAW 9. BIPPOS.

his was an action for libel against the proprietor tbe Oxford not'i'r 1-1 A “™“' tba eoald »<»—SBta eeald not come to Die Mae bad already been beard. He had read the libel comtbaA kii.d *° * ® no e,u,r «« dislioaeaty or anything of Mr Powell (f,, ti defendant) was quite willing
18 July 1872 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUB OVERLAND ROUTE TO INDIA.

TUB OVERLAND ROUTE TO INDIA.

Mr. Pratt, of Loudou, delivered, under the auspices of the Educational Department of the Co-Operative Society, lecture in the Town Hall, Tuesday evening, “TliO Overland Route to India, with personal observations of the different countries." Mr. W. .lohnson preside*!, and tbere w
18 December 1873 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England