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GROCERY AND PROVISION

GROCERY AND PROVISION

KSTABLItiHMENT, le GUILD STRKKI, BURToN-ON.TRBICT. JOHN WRIGHT bey; to inform the Inhabitems of Burton-nu-Trent sal its Deighbourbood, that he hes them the Premises lately occupie,l by the Co-Operative Society. in Osild Street. no s rimery end Provision Shop, and hopes, by suppl
15 February 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
and BUNIONS relirred b'• using the RUSSIAN COHN and BUNION Price lid. • box, or by post fur 15 stoops,

and BUNIONS relirred b'• using the RUSSIAN COHN and BUNION Price lid. • box, or by post fur 15 stoops,

d all Ch,enists, sod oil. Mo. , to, °taunt Aged% Lniut..n, W. HOW TO MAKE GOOD BUTTER! AND SCAT BY X LICTS 0 X Co.'s BUTTER PCVIDEP. A LI. napless:tat tauter./ Turn.ps, other 1. strong food is rr..n•:d, th, amity and the quality a. mach its to give extra value to hatter (111711
15 February 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WINSHILL.

WINSHILL.

PENNY Ritabmis.—The first emertainment or the kind in this village, was given wt uesday et.ning last in the sehool-room; the Bev. Hurst, 8.A., the chair. Messrs. Whadcoat, Dick, and Goodall read several Mere., and Messrs. Slater, Barnes, and Mills favoured the audience with seve
15 February 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
' court, Mr. ra i d they had given the case their careful consideration f :he protection of the mon.

' court, Mr. ra i d they had given the case their careful consideration f :he protection of the mon.

but they hid ' come to the, opinion that Hendrick discharged his work in a neglig , nt manner, therefore. the defendant was not indebted to hint. The cute was then necessarily di•miased, af, or occupying the Court. a time. Thomas Abbott. timber dealer. Little Chester, was sawnm
15 February 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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15 February 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
VON BALK—a my BOLL. MUIR DOG, 91 maths panda weight. Wanasted het vial, sad as szasi/aat mash-dog. Apply at NM

VON BALK—a my BOLL. MUIR DOG, 91 maths panda weight. Wanasted het vial, sad as szasi/aat mash-dog. Apply at NM

Of. Ibis Papa. BALK—a k m flub NEWPOIINDLAND DOG. Apply at Of. Papa. BURTON-UPON-TRENT. /TAO BE LIT, in • dairablo locality, on long 1 Building Lamm (meioses, forming most distils III7LLDnIG SITES both for Villa landmass sod smaller poem. mon am pisa may and fall partindars obta
31 January 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
GOOD BUTTER IN HALF-AN.H OUR. Y the addition of GOODALL'S BUTTER POW-17 DER to the "....'ream, Butter is made firm

GOOD BUTTER IN HALF-AN.H OUR. Y the addition of GOODALL'S BUTTER POW-17 DER to the "....'ream, Butter is made firm

and free I from all disagreeable flavour in half an-hour, the butter is more abundant, and will keep sweet for a long period in any weather. One teaspoonful is equal to a tablespoonful of the spurious imitations. Butter made with this Powder gained the First Prize at the Derbysh
31 January 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
mailigrftoks -

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31 January 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TO BB SOLD, by Private Oentraeto-a well built Right Roomed HOUSE ; also a Piece of LAND having 68 ft.

TO BB SOLD, by Private Oentraeto-a well built Right Roomed HOUSE ; also a Piece of LAND having 68 ft.

frontage ; situate in Derby Street, and held on Lease for 99 years ending April Bth, 1963. Apply to Mr. E. Derby Street, Berton-on. Trent.
08 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TEE DERBYSHIRE ASEIZES.

TEE DERBYSHIRE ASEIZES.

The Ceismission authorising the holding of the Derbyshire Lent Amigos, was opened at :the County Halloo Tile...lay, soon after one o'clock, by Mr. Justice lbw, why arrived by the cne o'dock train from Warwick. The learnt,' fudge was met by .the High 4 benff. Sir William Vittherb
08 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England