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SECONDHAND FURNITURE. HOUSES COMPLETELY FURNISHED. A. JENKINS AND CO. HAVE FOR SALE SEVERAL MAHOGANY AND OAK DINING-ROOM SUITES IN LEATHER.

SECONDHAND FURNITURE. HOUSES COMPLETELY FURNISHED. A. JENKINS AND CO. HAVE FOR SALE SEVERAL MAHOGANY AND OAK DINING-ROOM SUITES IN LEATHER.

DRAWING-ROOM SUITES IN REP, CRETONNE, VELVET, SILK, BEDROOM SUITES IN POLISHED PINE, WALNUT, AND MAHOGANY. IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS, SIDEBOARDS, DINING TABLES, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY WARDROBES, SEVERAL HANDSOME CABINETS, AND A QUANTITY OF SOILED LOOKING-GLASSES, TO BE SOLD GREAT BA
05 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
LOSS of LIFE or LIMB, caused by'Accidents of all kinds, with the consequent loss of time and money, provided for

LOSS of LIFE or LIMB, caused by'Accidents of all kinds, with the consequent loss of time and money, provided for

by a policy of the RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY. An annual payment of 1.3 to £8 ss. Insures £l,OOO at Death, or an Allowance at the rate of Lti per week for Injury. —For particulars, apply to the Clerks at the railway stations, to the Local Agents, or at the Offices, 64
16 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
AVOID BANKRUPTCY.—Read the Plain Guide in Bankruptcy and Private Arrangements, by BORDMAN and CO., 62, Graceehurch-street, City. Three stamps. Immediate

AVOID BANKRUPTCY.—Read the Plain Guide in Bankruptcy and Private Arrangements, by BORDMAN and CO., 62, Graceehurch-street, City. Three stamps. Immediate

protection, with entire release, is obtained under the new Act, without bankruptcy, publicity, or stoppage of business.
16 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
BANK of ENGLAND.—Unclaimed Stock.—Application having been made to the Governors of the Bank of England to direct the re-transfer from

BANK of ENGLAND.—Unclaimed Stock.—Application having been made to the Governors of the Bank of England to direct the re-transfer from

the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt of the sum of £29 17s. 3d. Consolidated £3 per Cent. Annuities, heretofore standing in the names of ANTHONY BLYTH, of Holme, Norfolk, Esquire, and LOUISA BLYTH, his wife, and which was transferred to the said Commissioners
16 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. Kent.—Wren's Farm, a valuable Freehold Property, situate in the parishes of Borden, Bredgar, and Tunstall. only 1

SALES BY AUCTION. Kent.—Wren's Farm, a valuable Freehold Property, situate in the parishes of Borden, Bredgar, and Tunstall. only 1

mile from the railway station and town of Sittingbourne, nine from Maidstone, and 10 from Chatham, adjoining the estates of Sir Edmund Filmer, Bart., William Cobb, Esq., W illiam Elvy, Esq., William Murton, Esq., and others, and comprising a farmhouse, containing six bedrooms, t
16 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
THE STOCK EXCHANGE EXPRESS. EVERY DAY. PRICE ONE PENNY. FIRST-CLASS CITY ARTICLE AND STOCK EXCHANGE SHARE LIST, SPECIALLY ARRANGED IN

THE STOCK EXCHANGE EXPRESS. EVERY DAY. PRICE ONE PENNY. FIRST-CLASS CITY ARTICLE AND STOCK EXCHANGE SHARE LIST, SPECIALLY ARRANGED IN

FULL. GEORGE BLAIR, 16, ROYAL EXCHANGE, AND ALL NEWSVENDORS.
16 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
MISS BRADDON'S NEW STORY WILL BE COMMENCED IN AUGUST NEXT IN THE PORTSMOUTH TIMES AND NAVAL GAZETTE. CONSERVATIVE COUNTY JOURNAL

MISS BRADDON'S NEW STORY WILL BE COMMENCED IN AUGUST NEXT IN THE PORTSMOUTH TIMES AND NAVAL GAZETTE. CONSERVATIVE COUNTY JOURNAL

FOR SOUTH HAMPSHIRE AND THE ISLE OF WlGlir THE LARGEST PAPER IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK_ SUBSCRIPTION (BY POST), 4s. 4d. PER QUARTER. CHIEF OFFICES: 154, QUEEN-STREET, PORTSEA. Advertisements should be forwarded to reach the Offiep nut later than Tuesday Mornings and
16 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
91111EATRa. ROYA L COVENT. _CIARDEN.-.14. RIVIRRES PROMENADE CONCERTS. —Commencing 'at 8 o'clock: cDoors open at 7.80.) Immense Saceesa.—See Public Pyeas,

91111EATRa. ROYA L COVENT. _CIARDEN.-.14. RIVIRRES PROMENADE CONCERTS. —Commencing 'at 8 o'clock: cDoors open at 7.80.) Immense Saceesa.—See Public Pyeas,

-4 • - 11101 - I VIERE'S CONCERTS. —FO-NIGHT. -- Madam? PAWEY and Miffs BLANCHE COLE. Mdme. - Carreno Uautet. and M. Sauret.
19 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
FLCL [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] PARIS, 18. . t ! the .Ceneral Councils begin their Session tomorr.ow, and ,Radicals, so

FLCL [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] PARIS, 18. . t ! the .Ceneral Councils begin their Session tomorr.ow, and ,Radicals, so

armeunce their iia.pers, will endeavour tó turn it into good account tor political Purposes. The abortive campaign begun in the munieipalities is to be resumed in the --pepartmeutal Parliaments, which the lasi should have an administrative and financial character Only, as politi
19 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SHARES.

MISCELLANEOUS SHARES.

Bargains in the Miscellaneous Market did not by any means constitute an active business, but as a general rule good prices were realised. Ceylon Company improved to 3to 2i clis.l; General Credit, 1, to to ft prem. ; Peel River Land, 1, to 81 to 85; Scottish Australian Investment
19 August 1873 - Hour - London, London, England