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MANTLES AND COSTUMES.

MANTLES AND COSTUMES.

A very choice stock of German Jackets, richly trimmed, greatly reduced; a few very cheap, thirty-six inches long, at 6s 11d. Sealskin Jackets and Dolmans, bought early last season, before the great advance in their price, will be reduced 10 per cent, being much rimier market val
12 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE IRON TRADE.

THE IRON TRADE.

Bunereeinem, Thursday—There is a better tone in the local iron market this week, although but little actual improvemeni of business can be reported. One or two recent failares of weak firms, whose underselling had been a thorn in the side of their competitors, has imparted rathe
12 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CAUTION TO PUBLICANS.

CAUTION TO PUBLICANS.

John Hope, landlord of the Trees Inn, Great Hampton Street, Birmingham, has been summoned under the 27th section of the Inland Revenue Act, 1380, for concealing a quantity of wort contrary to the provisions of the act. Mr. Fitter prosecuted on behalf of the Inland Revenue, and M
12 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE SPIRIT RATION IN THE NAVY.

THE SPIRIT RATION IN THE NAVY.

A deputation from the National Temperance League has waited upon Lord Northbrook at the Admiralty with regard to the spirit ration in the Navy. The deputation was introduced by Mr. Samuel Morley, M.P., and amongst others included Mr. Thomas Greer, M.P., Mr. Henry Lee, M.P., Mr.
12 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE ITALIAN NAVY.

THE ITALIAN NAVY.

It is reported that the designs for two new ironclads have been prepared and approved of by the Minister of Marine. The new ironclad frigates will be of the type of the Roma, which has 5,700 tons burden and 900-horse power, and was built at a cost of £2,400,000. One of the two v
12 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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02 April 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A BENEVOLENT DESPOTISM

A BENEVOLENT DESPOTISM

Lord Zetland has been trying a social experiment on his estates in Scotland which has just ended in failure. He decided some time ago to make the people on his land sober and harmless by removing irom them all temptations to drink. But the town of Grangemouth is built on his lan
02 April 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
– DEPARTURE OF THE EMPRES OF AUSTRIA.

– DEPARTURE OF THE EMPRES OF AUSTRIA.

- DEPARTURE OF EMPRES OF AUSTRIA. The special train with the Empress of Austria arrived at Victoria Station at 2.35 on Monday afternoon from Wrenbury, in Shropshire, the nearest station to Combermere Abbey, where the Empress has been staying during her hunting tour. Her Imperial
02 April 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE STAFFORDSHIRE AND POTTERIES EXAMINER, APRIL 2, 1881.

THE STAFFORDSHIRE AND POTTERIES EXAMINER, APRIL 2, 1881.

Silverdale on the day named.—Thomas Champ, butcher, Newcastle, and Joseph Hambleton, his driver (for whom Mr. James appeared) were charged with a similar offence. Hambleton was met at Bleore by Police-constable Hall, and had no license to remove the two beasts he had with him in
02 April 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SIR GEORGE ELLIOTT AND ANOTHER v. THE NORTH STAFFORDSMRE RAILWAY COMPANY.

SIR GEORGE ELLIOTT AND ANOTHER v. THE NORTH STAFFORDSMRE RAILWAY COMPANY.

In the House of Loris. on Tuesday (before the Lord Chancellor, Lord Watson, and Lord Black• burn), decision was given in the case of Sir George Elliott and auother v. the North Staffordshire Railway Company. The Solicitor-General, Mr. Webster, Q.C., and Mr. H. Sutton appeared on
02 April 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England