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BRIGANDAGE IN SICILY.

BRIGANDAGE IN SICILY.

Rosie, Stinday.—The death of Capraro, the life and soul Sicilian brigandage, is a fatal blow to outlawry in the iilbed. 25,000 lire was the price put on his head. He surprised at night by Lientenaat Belletti, with verteen of the Royal troops. Caprares band, the exact 41 taber of
04 October 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
guinea addasses. C. H. B ARROW, HAMDLIESSF.R, PE M ER, AND ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORKER. 37, QUEEN-STREET, Dealer in Hair, Ciotti,

guinea addasses. C. H. B ARROW, HAMDLIESSF.R, PE M ER, AND ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORKER. 37, QUEEN-STREET, Dealer in Hair, Ciotti,

Tooth, Nail Brushes, Sponges, &c, Every ile.-cription of Ornamental Hair to order. Wigs, Braid, and Fronts on the shortest notice. Ladies Comb lags made into Coils, Plaits, Curls, &c. AOE—NT FOR HIMMEL'S AND CONNELL'S CELEBRATED PERFUMERY AND TOILICF ARTICLES. EDWARD WHITWELL, C
04 October 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
E. J. PHI LL PAILOR, WOOLLEN DRAPER. AND READY-MADE CLOTHIER, * 3, Q UE EN -STREET, WOLVERHAMPTON

E. J. PHI LL PAILOR, WOOLLEN DRAPER. AND READY-MADE CLOTHIER, * 3, Q UE EN -STREET, WOLVERHAMPTON

04 October 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

THE JOURNEY OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. ADEN, Thursday.—The Vulture leaves for England tonight,. with despatches for the Secretary of State from the Serapis. We are having three days public holidays in celebration of the visit of the Prince of . Wales. BOMBAY, Nov. —Lord Northbrook,
03 November 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
CUTTINGS FROM "PUNCH.'

CUTTINGS FROM "PUNCH.'

"Our o' filaastow."—Cfrandma' (from the country) : 'My Dears, I come up Parli'mentory a purpose, because I thought I'd see as much as I could. But would you believe it, there wasn't a single—not so much as a Irish Member o' Parli'ment in the whole train ? "—Pouch. TOR THE MONTH.
03 November 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

Several serious railway accidents are reported. At Bollington, on the Manchest e r, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, on Monday night, a goods train dashed into a truck which had run out of a siding. The driver, a young man named Lunn, was killed on the spot, two other railwa
03 November 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
A MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDER.

A MOTHER CHARGED WITH MURDER.

Yesterday the adjourned inquest touching the death of James Harry Baines, the child who died in Kendal from the effeAs of a dc,se of ammonia, administered to it by its mother, was resumed at the Railway Hotel, Kendal, before Mr. C. G. Thomson, coroner. Mr. John Bolton, Town Cler
03 November 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
WIFE MURDER AT BARROW.

WIFE MURDER AT BARROW.

Considerable sensation was caused in Barrow, last night, by the rumour which was circulated that James Pugh, a slagger at the Barrow Ironworks, had strangled his wife to death in the bedchamber of his house in M'Clintock street. It appears that Pugh and his wife have led a most
03 November 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
DISGRACEFUL HOAXES.

DISGRACEFUL HOAXES.

A despatch from Philadelphia, dated October 15, says: —"A ghastly form if practical joking—if joking it may be called—has lately made its appearance in this city. Within a week past the death of no fewer than three well-known citizens has been announced and published, only to pa
03 November 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England
 
REMEMBER HOSPITAL SATURDAY, NOVIENISER 17t11, 1876.

REMEMBER HOSPITAL SATURDAY, NOVIENISER 17t11, 1876.

03 November 1875 - Wolverhampton Express and Star - Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England