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'isvjEltCies, Scaltoia3l, A GENTS Wanted to push tirst.class gachinery Oils _Li Liberal corarnis.sion.—Dox 6l, Post-office, Liverpool.

'isvjEltCies, Scaltoia3l, A GENTS Wanted to push tirst.class gachinery Oils _Li Liberal corarnis.sion.—Dox 6l, Post-office, Liverpool.

'i s vjEltCies, Scaltoia3l, A GENTS Wanted to push tirst.class gachinery Oils _Li Liberal corarnis . sion.—Dox 6l, Post-office, Liverpool. .d steudy Young Man Wonted us Agent, to .rit u Life As:imams Company in Kiddermin. energetic man will secure a good income. —Address, Tirnro
13 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
SINGULAR SUPERSTITION. LAYING A GHOST.

SINGULAR SUPERSTITION. LAYING A GHOST.

A Newhaven despatch to a New York paper says ss— In the Roman Catholic Cemetery in Birmingham, early on the morning of the 18th ult., four middleaged women and two men, the latter armed with spades and picks, entered by the side-gate and halted in front of a newly-made grave. Th
13 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
THEATRE

THEATRE

The short season of Italian Opera at her Majesty's Theatre came to an abrupt end on Saturday, after an exciting night's work. M. Gounod's "Faust" was to have been played, but only a portion of the French master's beautiful composition was given. A tolerable cast of principals ha
13 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
AS Groom and Coachman. Thoroughly understands his duties. ride and drive well, single or pair. Well up in hunters. Five

AS Groom and Coachman. Thoroughly understands his duties. ride and drive well, single or pair. Well up in hunters. Five

years good character. Age 29, married, one child,—Address, W. P., Braydon Oak, Savernake Forest, near Marlborough, Wilts. c 670 9
20 February 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
WANTED, at once, Cooks, Parlourmaids, Housemaids, Nursemaids, Ritchenmaids, Generals for and private houses, Housekeepers, and Men Servants. Good situations always

WANTED, at once, Cooks, Parlourmaids, Housemaids, Nursemaids, Ritchenmaids, Generals for and private houses, Housekeepers, and Men Servants. Good situations always

open.—Mrs. G. linden, Registry Office, 108, TligLa street, Worcester
20 February 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
GENERAL Servant Wanted, for March 14th, a strong, willing, country girl, about 19. Character required.— Apply, Mrs. Ball, 27, Victoria.street,

GENERAL Servant Wanted, for March 14th, a strong, willing, country girl, about 19. Character required.— Apply, Mrs. Ball, 27, Victoria.street,

Rodditch. 058 NERAL Smant Wanted, who can do plain cooking, MX another kept. Character required from last place. Wages £17.; all found except beer.—Apply, 82, Burnt road, Lee, ENERAL Servant Wanted, from country; age about 19. No children. Younger one kept. Plain washing. Wages
20 February 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
GOOD General Servant Wanted, for the country ; understand cooking wall; also young Girl as House. =M.—Mrs. Proffitt, Lea House,

GOOD General Servant Wanted, for the country ; understand cooking wall; also young Girl as House. =M.—Mrs. Proffitt, Lea House,

Aldridge, near Walsall. WANTED, a respectable Young Woman as General Servant; must have a good character.—Apply, Mrs. James Greenwood, Erlemont - Villa, Chester-road., Kidderminster. k 728
20 February 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY POPULARITY OF THE 177 I k / T T E tt AL: .1' _1 SEWINP MACHINE. • Increased sales

EXTRAORDINARY POPULARITY OF THE 177 I k / T T E tt AL: .1' _1 SEWINP MACHINE. • Increased sales

day by day in all towns in Great Britain attest the fact that no American Sewing Machine has yet met with so much success. No other machine can boast of such a record. Wherever exhibited, it has obtained prize medals. AMSTERDAM INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, THE ONLY GOLD MEDAL oF AM
09 January 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
PATENT BOPP v 41/4v. _ _ "A, "e TRADEMARK j SOAP

PATENT BOPP v 41/4v. _ _ "A, "e TRADEMARK j SOAP

PATENT v 4 1 / 4 v . _ _ " A, "e TRADEMARK j SOAP "IS THE BE In the World for CLEANIN , WASHING, and PTIRIFYIN , E V ERYTHING. In Quarter-Pound and Half-, Packets, of all Grocers, Known Everywhere by this— TRADE MARK Ask for BORAX, and refuse all others. PATENT •G -Pound
19 June 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
IWANTED, at once, Cookb, Parloarrnaids, Housemaids, Nursemaids, Hitchenmaids, Generals for farm and private houses, Housekeepers, and Men Servants. Good situations

IWANTED, at once, Cookb, Parloarrnaids, Housemaids, Nursemaids, Hitchenmaids, Generals for farm and private houses, Housekeepers, and Men Servants. Good situations

always open.—Mrs. G. Haden, Registry Office, 108, High street, Worcester a WANTED, good Plain Cooks, Parlour and Nurse. maids; also good Generals and Men Servants. Apply, Mrs. Latty's Registry Office, The Cross, Worcester. WANTED, a good Plain Cook, age 2,5 30. Most have good ch
27 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England