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Club, and hail

Club, and hail

Club, hail HOW TER POINTS ASS WADI Cumming, finished alone in above list shows the position 01 the ten = z er 3l. sec. clubs in what may be termed the Lancashire • . • Rugby League up to Saturday last. For IN AMISH& obvious reasons it been determined not to AT the New York Athlet
12 October 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
ERZ ROVERS SINITAIN TRIER REPUTATION.

ERZ ROVERS SINITAIN TRIER REPUTATION.

The Hartlepool Rovers maintained their I well-established reputation on Saturday by • win over the Northern Club. The game was the more interesting as the competing teams j were the cup holders of Durham and North- ' umberland respectively. An impartial observer, however, will p
12 October 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
MIDDLESBROI7GH LICENSING SESSION.

MIDDLESBROI7GH LICENSING SESSION.

THE NEW LICENSES. A full beuca of Magistrates eat at the Police Court, Middlesbrough, on Thursday, for the confirming or otherwise of the action of the Licensing Magistratei at the recent Brewster . Sessions. The Magistrates pressat were the Mayor Ar it. 4 lir J. Glare, Mr J. F.
12 October 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
saU mFaccnor.Str . m. AM!". T. "ofa ! HOPHEEPERS.—Pure Irish Butters. personally ! selected, 401 b. kits, and 100 per

saU mFaccnor.Str . m. AM!". T. "ofa ! HOPHEEPERS.—Pure Irish Butters. personally ! selected, 401 b. kits, and 100 per

lb. Alfred ! ! Alderdiee, Newrv, Ireland. 1 rpon.OTHACHE instantly Cured by Harrington's ! Mane Toothache Drops, TO per bottle. SI. - road, and 89, Linthorpe-roe4 Middlesbro'. 1 " WHERE you get this delicious Coffee Essence " Oh from almost any grocer. It is made by Symington's.
12 October 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A STREET DISTURBAXOC AT WIWI HART- LarsoL.-ammtel Was sad Glover beam the West Hasiteposi . an Kwo4L4 elmaged with Rook

A STREET DISTURBAXOC AT WIWI HART- LarsoL.-ammtel Was sad Glover beam the West Hasiteposi . an Kwo4L4 elmaged with Rook

Beek a Railway Min wish drunkenness sad disordwdy TM mon, in get into • dm* tight. 'West to distiogaisit hii by an sank on the Mops* man in town, and with a hiens under ' be sent batty Irtenk Bad Igen hie in amt Its Ikea sin int Best Pearl Gloom Ine Stis as Dvallaseleast, by bie
12 October 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
CRAB-APPLE BLOSSOMS (Reg.l.—The !reran delicious, and universally popular new perfume of The CROWN PERFUMERY CO I CRAB-APPLE BLOSSOMS A scent

CRAB-APPLE BLOSSOMS (Reg.l.—The !reran delicious, and universally popular new perfume of The CROWN PERFUMERY CO I CRAB-APPLE BLOSSOMS A scent

of surpassing delicacy, richness, and lasting quality."—Court Journak The CROWN PERFUMERY CO. INVIGORATING} LAVENDER SALTS (iteg.).—. "Our readers who are in the habit of per. chasing that delicious Perfume 'Crab-Apple Blossoms; of the Crown Perfumery C.oupany—should procure als
12 October 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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20 April 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
STRANGE, IF TRUE.

STRANGE, IF TRUE.

' A man named Wentworth, living somewhere along the Madison-road, Burlington, says that be planted a few tomato vines early in the spring, tended them for a time, but left them to die when the warm weather came on. Going out to shoot a chicken hawk a few days ago, he stumbled on
20 April 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
HOW IT FEELS TO BE EATEN.

HOW IT FEELS TO BE EATEN.

Sir Lyon Plityfair recently related that he knew three men who escaped with their livea after being partially devoured by wild beasts. The first was Livingstone, the great African traveller, who knocked on his back by a lion, which began to munch his arm. He asserted thst he fel
20 April 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
AN ACTOII'S EXPERIENCE.

AN ACTOII'S EXPERIENCE.

The well-known and poniliar voter. Mr J. I Pallas, ef the Avenue lheatre, Charing Cross, W.C., hoe undergone luring his eventful career , all the up' and downs of a busy actor's experi• ence. Last winter in Manchester Ice was obliged to lose seven ooneeentive porformences throug
20 April 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England