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GENEEAL Servant, small family, another servant kept, no cooking. Give reference, age, wages.—Mrs. Taylor 9, Essex-terrace, Ler, London, S.E. c

GENEEAL Servant, small family, another servant kept, no cooking. Give reference, age, wages.—Mrs. Taylor 9, Essex-terrace, Ler, London, S.E. c

6306 • • • • CIENERAL Servant Wanted in a small family. Over 22. Gbod oharacter.—Address, Jolley, 14, Carlingford-road, Hampstead, London, N.W. e 6321 Servant (good) Wanted, for gentleman's family in London. Most be plain cook. Three servants ; small family.—Write particulars, M
27 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
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I mA* u.,faallmo. Ohmic a '6 VXTI34OT saved from - 9 1 '),t 4 Lerless . bi ,A . A Ho. • a Week yp _.ll for the itott' , % of r't .'.," Too so ors and 'I Am , , tirsAi motbeer. I wan sofftwit.4from 2gm. k x.: .6.0..443A1tiP4. 4.t I holm been almost ,t I XO - o , Vatli wised until
27 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
" MANNA CAKE"

" MANNA CAKE"

WRITING DESKS, D' -SING t AK BOXES, TEA CAD.III, WowAIROG,
23 January 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
,- yttiortilautotts. MR. ARCH'S ELECTION EXPENSES.-1 he election expenses of Mr. Joseph Arch in North West Norfolk au, noted to £959. _ – .

,- yttiortilautotts. MR. ARCH'S ELECTION EXPENSES.-1 he election expenses of Mr. Joseph Arch in North West Norfolk au, noted to £959. _ – .

,- yttiortilautotts. MR. ARCH'S EXPENSES.-1 he election expenses of Mr. Joseph Arch in North West Norfolk noted to £959. _ - . DEATH A REMARKABLE MISER.—A miser who died at Canterbury on Wednesday morning is reported to have left an immense sum of money, and a large number of moa
23 January 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
W. ORME,

W. ORME,

Pi, HIGH-ST., WORCESTER. wkb67o ACT WORTH KNOW BEECHAM'S PILLS _ admitted by usands to be worth a GUINEA a SOX for Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as wind and in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fullness and ;Veiling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills,
08 May 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
P ANC AK ES.

P ANC AK ES.

EGGS, NEW LAID, IWARRANTED, ( 14 A 1/- LARD, BEST ENGLISH, 6n. PER Llr. PANCAKES. EGGS, FINEST FRENCH, TVABBANTED, 16 „ 1/- LARD, BEST IRISH, SD. PER LB. OF MY BEST LONDON MAKE, WITH "SPECIAL STRENGTH" THREE-QUARTER PLATE MOVEMENT. JEWELLED THROUGHOUT IN RUBIES, TRUE CHRONOMETER
06 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
itoiacoo tor 1511 vial.

itoiacoo tor 1511 vial.

tor 1511 vial. immediate DISPOSAL, Wholesale and Retail DRUG 13000NESS, in good manufacturing town ; population 200000; excellent position ; terms low.--Apply, Alpha, care of S. Dale, St. John's-street, Nottingham. cb93l I° Free Corner SPIRIT VAULTS in Black Country, with Concert
06 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
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WORCESTER LADIES COLLEGE AND KINDERGARTEN. THORNELOR, WORCESTER. PRINCIPALS .. Assisted by Masters Resident English and Foreign Governesses, holding high and special Government Certificates. PuYLLSlFnrirrrgiesf,orafeagmein:ftkPrseoienpToZe:`,tirSollt Kensington. During the past
06 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
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gutperial garlianunt.

HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY. LUNACY. The Lunacy Acts Amendment Bill and Lunacy Bill lately introduced by the Lord Chancellor,. were read a second time.
06 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
A SHREWSBURY SCANDAL.

A SHREWSBURY SCANDAL.

Mr. Hawkes held an inquest at his Court le Moor-street, Birmingham, on Saturday, touching the death of the twin children of Hannah Gough, w dow, residing at Shrewsbury. Mrs. Gough is a widow in good circumstances, but evidence taken when the inquest was opened a few days ago sho
06 March 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England