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LONDON CORL '23PONDENCE.

LONDON CORL '23PONDENCE.

LONDON '23PONDENCE. Sir Charles Reed will have to be thanked by the sea fishermen for the new orders as to lights for fishing vessels issued by the Board of Trade. They desire that there should be no change, and that a decked fishing boat not exceeding twenty tons shall carry the
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOSS OF THE JERSEY MAIL.

LOSS OF THE JERSEY MAIL.

The London and South-Western steamer Cale. donia, Captain Swainson, was lost on Saturday moining, attempting to enter Jersey harbour during a fog. The packet was due at Jersey from Southampton at noon on Friday,' but at that time, owing to the denso fog prevailing in the Channel
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL TRADE NEWS.

LOCAL TRADE NEWS.

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE THROWERS, TURNERS, AND IT \.NDLERS. A few days ago the annual meeting of this society was held at the Swan Inn, Barslom. The state. ment of accounts for the past year was presented, which showed that the society was in a flourishing condition. Some modifica
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
" SARDANAPALUS " AT THE HANLEY THEATRE ROYAL.

" SARDANAPALUS " AT THE HANLEY THEATRE ROYAL.

Mr. Calvert's "adaptation "1 of Lord Byron's guasihistorical tragedy of " Sardanapalus " is less, an attempt to present the composition of the noble poet, with such alterations and compressions as may be necessary in view of present stage exigencies, than a series of elaborate t
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.-THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-THURSDAY.

Lord Hartington, replying to Mr. Pugh, said that Yakoob Khan.received no payment from the Government of India. The ex-Wali of Candahar, Shere Ali, had a pension of 8,000 rupees monthly, and certain temporary allowances. Ten other distinguished Afghans were receiving:allowances,
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
DEEP-SEA INVESTIGATION.

DEEP-SEA INVESTIGATION.

At a meeting of the Society of Arts, held in London, Mr. J. Y. Buchanan, F.R.S.E., F.C.S., read a paper on "Deep-sea Investigation, and the Apparatus used in it." The chair was occupied by Captain Sir George Nares, R.N., K.C.8., F.R.S. The lecturer described the various methods
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CDISCOVERY OF A COINING FACTORY.

CDISCOVERY OF A COINING FACTORY.

A singular case in connection with the _wholesale Manufacture of counterfeit coins has been before the Edmonton magistrates, when Charles King, aged 36, of 13, Wycombe Road, Tottenham, was charged with having in his possession 25 half-crowns, 45 florins, and 140 shillings, the s
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
NEWCASTLE BOROUGH.—MONDAY. Before W. Mellard, J. T. Arlidge, C. Massey, and J. Williams, Esqrs.

NEWCASTLE BOROUGH.—MONDAY. Before W. Mellard, J. T. Arlidge, C. Massey, and J. Williams, Esqrs.

ALLEGED SHIRT STEALING.—John ohn Coffey, of Trent Vale, was brought up on suspicion of having stolen a shirt. Late on Saturday evening he was found in a tipsy state, by Police-constable AiTowsmith, with a new shirt in his possession, and of which he could only give an incoherent
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE PIANOFORTE MANUFACTORY PICCADILLY CORNER, HANLEY. SINCE the introduction of the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM Thousands of Pianofortos and Harmoniums

NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE PIANOFORTE MANUFACTORY PICCADILLY CORNER, HANLEY. SINCE the introduction of the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM Thousands of Pianofortos and Harmoniums

have been purchased and paid for on this system by those who, if they had been restricted to the ordinary method of purchase, would not have been possessed of an instrument on any other terms. Peake's Three Years' System.—Hire a Good Piano at 14s. per Month for Three Years and b
26 February 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England