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NISH.

NISH.

-- Fresh salmon, is. 2d. to la. 3d. ; crimped ditto, 2s. 2d. to 2s. 6d. ; mild smoked ditto, is. to 4s. ; kipper ditto, ls. 2d. to is 6d. ; pickled ditto, 60. to 73a. ; grilse, 10d. to Is. id.; trout, Is. to is. 2d. ; eels, Bid. to 11d. ; live ditto, la. to is. id. ; sturgeon, i
09 July 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
0 RID OF WORMS IN CHILDREN. "ttre a tin of It ilt.TING'S WORM TABLETS." • 'W ine medicine is certain

0 RID OF WORMS IN CHILDREN. "ttre a tin of It ilt.TING'S WORM TABLETS." • 'W ine medicine is certain

to cure, and.ldmay be absolute safety by the youngest chi . Lid., of all Chemists. (by post 1 5 Stamps). Pa ul's, London. ---- • 0 / 7:EPILEPTIC OR FALLING SICMINESS • 011,L410N8 GIDDINMS, FAINTS.—A certain method. V a been dissovered for this distressing complaint V:tat j c u o
09 July 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
adritige eberVer. SATURDAY, JULY 9th, 1881.

adritige eberVer. SATURDAY, JULY 9th, 1881.

09 July 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
The Lancet, writing of Lord Beaconsfield, says :

The Lancet, writing of Lord Beaconsfield, says :

"Those who closely watched the health of Lord Beacons-3, during the last fifteen years particularly, cannot fail have noticed the struggle which has been maintained by the mind against, and, to some extent, at the expense of, the body. While Mr. Disraeli sat in the House of Comm
30 April 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
ENGLISH FRUIT TREES IN CENTRAL AFRICA.

ENGLISH FRUIT TREES IN CENTRAL AFRICA.

The Times has published the following letter : Sir,—lt may interest some of your readers to know that a small selection of English fruit trees, apples, pears, apricots, cherries, figs. plums, &c., despatched to Central Africa last December to one of the upland stations of the Un
11 June 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
taia.gag:oo drt-ilcs

taia.gag:oo drt-ilcs

11 June 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. STOURBRIDGE STOCK SALE. TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 14th, 1881, 300 Fat SHEEP and LAMB, 30 Fat and Store

SALES BY AUCTION. STOURBRIDGE STOCK SALE. TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 14th, 1881, 300 Fat SHEEP and LAMB, 30 Fat and Store

CATTLI‘;. Usual at of Calves ant d. KING, Auctioneer,
11 June 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
TRADESMEN'S ALL hEStS•

TRADESMEN'S ALL hEStS•

11 June 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Al•\

Al•\

SIB, STAFFORD NORTHCOTE AT HULL. On Monday night Sir Stafford Northcote delivered a political address in Hengler's Circus, Hull, to an audience of about 5,000 persons. The demonstration was organized by the Central Conservative Association, and the building, a permanent structur
08 October 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
FAIR TRADE.

FAIR TRADE.

A largely-attended meeting of the Sheffield branch of the Fair Trade League was held on Tuesday , night in the Albert-hall, under the presidency of the Mater Cutler, Mr. J. E. Bingham. There were about 3,000 people in the hall. Sir John Brown wrote that something must be done to
08 October 1881 - Cradley Heath & Stourbridge Observer - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England