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WELLINGTON ROAD, DUDLEY,

WELLINGTON ROAD, DUDLEY,

To Wheelwriehts. Coach Builders, and Others, IMPORTANT SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY JOHN G. WRIGHT, on MONDAY, Jan. 3, 1876, a portion of the large, dry, and wellseasoned STOCK WHEELWRIGHT’S TIMBER, belonging to Mr. John Nelson, Wellington Road, Dudley, comprising 6,000 feet
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
fBEGISTERSD FOR TRANSMISSION!

fBEGISTERSD FOR TRANSMISSION!

ABROAD. DUDLEY UNION.
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.

THE Wesleyans of Dudley intend holding GRAND BAZAAR at EASTER NEXT, in the Public Hall, to assist in the completion of the novation, Relief, and Extension Scheme, including the erection of the New Chapel and Schools ht Dixon** Green, and the liquidation of the debts on King Stre
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
“ FOE THE BLOOD IS THE LTFE.*1

“ FOE THE BLOOD IS THE LTFE.*1

FOE THE BLOOD IS THE LTFE.* CLARKE’S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE, The great blood purifier and RESTORER, for CLEANSING and CLEARING the BLOOD from ALL IMPURITIES, cannot be too highly recommended. For Serofnla, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of kinds it is never-failing and perma
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
L LNLC T U S

L LNLC T U S

THE GREAT CUKE FOE BRONCHITIS, Is warranted to cure Coughs of years’ standing, Asthma, Hoarseness, Colds, Breathing, Diphtheria. Inflamed, Sore, and Ulcerated Throats, Bronchitis. Whooping Cough, Night Sweats, Spitting of Blood, ana all Diseases of the and Air vessels. Thousands
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
EXHIBITION OF ETCHINGS AT THE DUDLEY SCHOOL OF ART.

EXHIBITION OF ETCHINGS AT THE DUDLEY SCHOOL OF ART.

The exhibition of etchings which have been on view in the Dudley School of Art, from Tuesday morning to last evening, has been largely patronised by the inhabitants of the town and its neighbourhood, many persons expressing themselves highly delighted with the treat afforded the
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
GREAT FIRE IN LONDON.

GREAT FIRE IN LONDON.

i * Sunday morning, the promisee Meant. James Creasy and Son, varnish manufscturera, Oow Cross 'street, London, were totally destroyed by fire. The adjoining premises were also considerably damaged. The amount of property destroyed is large, and is mostly covered insurance. AIAR
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
THE NAVAL RESERVE.

THE NAVAL RESERVE.

has been decided that the Royal Naval Reserve should be instructed in the use of the Martini-Henry rifle as soon sufficient supply of the arm of that pattern can be provided. The number of men now enrolled in the Naval Reserve exceeds 17,000. THE TREDEGAR COLLIERY EXPLOSION. The
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
DECREASE OF SMALLPOX.

DECREASE OF SMALLPOX.

Not single death from smallpox was registered last week among more than six millions of persons, living in 16 of the largest English towns. _ The only fatal cases of disease reported by the Registrar-General in his last weekly return were three in the city Manchester and four in
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
there was no means of opening It. V*"e together m the darkness, our arms clasped together, not daring to move

there was no means of opening It. V*"e together m the darkness, our arms clasped together, not daring to move

to one side or the other, lest some pitfall might open beneath us. We saw at once that had been entrapped into this house to be made away with. We had been lured into nubliette, from which we should hardly escape with life. We had been hunted down by the body-snatchers, whose sa
01 January 1876 - Dudley Herald - Dudley, Worcestershire, England