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MOSS' FURNISHING MART 83 & 84, BARNBTGATE, NEWARK, maintains its Reputation for Supplying the BEST VALUE IN ALL KINDS OF

MOSS' FURNISHING MART 83 & 84, BARNBTGATE, NEWARK, maintains its Reputation for Supplying the BEST VALUE IN ALL KINDS OF

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ,' FEATHERS, FLOCKS, FEATHER AND FLOCK BEDS, BOXES, TRUNKS, PERAMBULATORS, &c., &c.
18 November 1882 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
HOMEOPATHIC 10 DAN ROHO LONDON. For r .Stone,FOME HOSPITAL, Nervous sad other affections of the Urinary Di seases lathes in

HOMEOPATHIC 10 DAN ROHO LONDON. For r .Stone,FOME HOSPITAL, Nervous sad other affections of the Urinary Di seases lathes in

a few days without euttinn, patn q and i 4 o w ., :l t sne.. J. of the BlaAlder (in in :tor ed ; Outdoor, 00. SO earl bottle of mrslithaa both Sexes), —For fpnher or seelf te MIMI( IMMPSNOMI hears. at and W elbow* —Neves till Use (Teesslay Irriday it.v.rt Prostate, 7. to DR. SMI
18 November 1882 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS WILLIAN HANCOCK , PRACTICAL ECCLESIASTICAL & MONUMENTAI MASON, BALDERTONG ATE, IV BWARK. Headstones, Tombs, Crosses, and

ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS WILLIAN HANCOCK , PRACTICAL ECCLESIASTICAL & MONUMENTAI MASON, BALDERTONG ATE, IV BWARK. Headstones, Tombs, Crosses, and

Wall-Tablete, Granite, Marble Stone, or Slate. Imperishable Lead Leila, in Marble and Stone, VAULTS constructed, and General Work punctually attended to. Detio744 sad Estimates ow nppiiestios
18 November 1882 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CHEESE

CHEESE

PRIME RIPE STILTON& DO. DO. GORGONZOLA. AMERICAN. DERBY. CHEDDAR. BUTTER HOME RENDERED AND FOREIGN LARD, EGGS, ETC.
10 May 1890 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ABROAD.

ABROAD.

10 May 1890 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
-- GREAT MEETING AT THE ALBERT nALL,

-- GREAT MEETING AT THE ALBERT nALL,

PRESENTATION 07 lIFDAIA. - -- On Manday night, in lb. Albert 11a11, the Royal Geographical Society laid • meeting to receive Mr. Stanley ea his menus tram Africa. The ball was tilled to remotest of the galleries, and at 8.30, the hour fixed for the president, Sir 31 E. Grant Duf
10 May 1890 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
House of Lords. —Monday.

House of Lords. —Monday.

The flhop of Exeter took the oath and signed the nll f Parliament. The iferring Fishery (Scotland) Act Amendment Bill was read a second time.
10 May 1890 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PCANDALS IN 7116 APLININTRATION OF CHARMIN

PCANDALS IN 7116 APLININTRATION OF CHARMIN

PCANDALS 7116 APLININTRATION OF CHARMIN In the House of on Wednesday, — Mr. Ratlibeine moved the eecond reading of the Charitable Tnist Bill, the object of which ie to extend the application of the Charitable Trust Act to charities of oe r r &of. in annual values. Sir Albert Mat
10 May 1890 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TIII1:11 Hut Rs IN A WELL.

TIII1:11 Hut Rs IN A WELL.

A labourer roamed William Reynold*, emp:oyed at Eagle House Farm, Brumley, wit' reecueol from an exceedingly unpleasant and perilous position on Wednesday. At the rear of the farm is an old and disused well, Notated in the middle • paddock. It has been covered in for many years,
10 May 1890 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
INTERESTING LECTURE AT NEWARK

INTERESTING LECTURE AT NEWARK

IrM 11187ORT, AND HAUNTS." Than which fish a artier not swim.- On Wednesday night Mr. W. M. Ball gave the following interesting lecture on the Barbel before • meeting of the Newark Piscatorial Association. There was a good attendance of members and his excellent paper was well r
10 May 1890 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England