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ye SS AND WEST YORK SS). SS Dudderstield [Huddersfield] C SHIRE i. No. IN WOOLDALE. 5( HO TK JILDINGS. [BUILDINGS] haa [has] LD BU AUCTION, by Mr. the House of Mr. William Dyson, Holmfirth, in the county of York, 1850, at Six o'clock in the even- [events] sas [as] shall be produced at the of Se s U AGE or DWELLING. eat PU in Wooldale, near Holmfirth, a i Sitting Rooms, four Bed Rooms, oa Cellar under one 2 the front prose by Mr. Hs Hinchelifie. [Himself] . gnd [and] bate Xewly-built [Newly-built] AREH [ARE ( y occu [occur] afi [af] that in Jific.) [Civic] adjoining the house, and built to ix Mr. Hine sah [has] being of the same appearanee [appearance] ex- [external] nal [al] ther [the] tg expetse, [expense] of being finished nd ca OLES Buildings is sixty-five feet nine mi jens [Jena] dth [th] twenty-two feet, exclusive of the He whe [the] kitchen. 'There is a pump in iy for enlars [arsenal] [C] supply of water. rie tie] affording well built, and well finished, and ee whose work is principally done hee [her] manuf [many] hue he cighbouring [neighbouring] mills. net jculars [circulars] apy)' [pay] ' lication [location] may be made to the further Offices Mr, BARKER, Solicitor, Huddersfield. wal [al] [C] 0. BROY [BRO] I honoured with in CONNER, AND CARRIERS. ROWN [TOWN] hegs [hes] to announce that he stractions [attractions] from Messrs. G. MiL- [Mill- Milder] offer for Unreserved COMPETITION by pnd [and] COs [Co] Yh Stables, near the Lockwood Viaduct, on (TION. [ION] at the imfirth [Holmfirth] Turmpike-road, [Turnpike-road] near Hud- [HUD- Hudson] 2sth [South] day of May, 1850, at. 11 healthy, strong, active, and i 1 Ho Ay anc [an] - ei on TUESDAY, the ck ph leon a. hays. blacks, -GHT [T] HORSES, A CGE [AGE] ens, together with 30 to 40 fx MYST sing GEARS; also six 6-inch wheeled of Shaft Vs wh wheeled Cart. one 6-inch wheeled Tim- [Timid] one Ginch [Inch] wheeled Stone Drug, all of been selected with great care, and all young, and in excellent con- [conn] in consequence of Messrs. G. M. Huddersfield and Sheffield Rail- [Alive] ve ness of expense, are n, and are sold solely ty [C] contract On the naar [near] completed. cbr', [BR] May 13, 1850. BANK SHARES. 90 hk SOLD by AUCTION, by Yr, LANCASTER, at the GEORGE HOTEL, in ead, [ad] in the county of York, on Monbay, [Monday] the iS, at Six o'clock in the Evening, (subject to a as shall be then and there produced, ) oy SHARES IN THE HALIFAX AND UDDERSFIELD [HUDDERSFIELD] UNION BANKING COMPANY, AND DERS [DER] PIELD [FIELD] aRES [ares] IN THE HUDD [HUD] BANKING COMPANY. ne first-mentioned Shares will be sold in convenient qy sult [salt] purchasers. ' particulars, application may be made at the Mr. BARKER, Solicitor, Huddersfield. FREEHOLD ESTATEs, [States] WT DALTON, NURMANTON, [NORMANTON] AND SKELMANTHORPE. CAPITAL LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE [MESSAGE] XD TENANT-RIGHT BUILDINGS IN HUDDERSFIELD, AND VALUABLE LIFE POLICY. le SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER, at the Rose axp [ap] Crown Hotet, [Hotel] in lerstield. [Chesterfield] in the County of York, on Monpay, [Monday] the May. 1850, at Sis o'clock in the Evening, in the or such other Lots, as may be agreed on at the -of Sale, and subject to such conditions as will be then iueed. [ied] SH or further ' bes te if EIN [IN] DALTON ot .-All those tvo [to] Freehold Closes of LAND, with Ashlar Stone Lodge and Farm Buildings erected wn, and tle [te] Ornamental Piantations [Plantation] of twenty years sth, [st] situate in Dalton, in the Parish of Kirkheaton, in Vonty [Von] of York. adjoming [adjoining] upon Ravensknowl, [Ravensknowle] and I ve of B4U [BY] vards [cards] to the Wakefield and Aus- [As- Spoke] ipike [pike] Read, containing, with the Site of the ines and Plantations, 4. wit luv, [lu] or thereabouts, 1 the occupation of Mar. Thomas Wilson. t2-All that Freehold DWELLING-HOUSE, and M BUILDINGS, in Dalton aforesaid, calle [call Ravens- [Ravens] fi, with the Cluse [Close] of LAND adjoining thereupon, con- [con] i ier [er] 4. oR. lup., [up] and new in the occupation is Caney, [Cane] wuts [wits] an eliville [Melville] Site fur the erection of a Kesidence, [Residence] the Plantations having been laid CuInNds [Kinds] an extensive view of the adjacent i Both Lets land 2 contain abundant sup- [sup excellent] ' excellent Water, and being Frechold, [Freehold] and Vie Mile of the Town of Huddersfield, are well 4 attention of Manuf eturers [Many uterus] and others tg Lind for Building purposes, , LN NO LHMANTON. [NO HAMPTON] those Four Closes of Freehold LAND, Sm the Parish of Nonnanton, [Normanton] in the County of Sahu [Say] one use trom [from] the Normanzoy [Normanby] Statien. [Station] called pores, The Little Beck Close, The Far Beck Close, sear Beck Close, and The Ti 1 Beck Close and also 8 Garth, at the North West Comer of The a Beck Cluse, [Close] containing altogether, by admeasure- [ad measure- measures] ak. a, or thereabouts, and now in the occuy [occupy] a- M Ts, Bri [Bro] wks, [was] ' contains valuable seams of Coal the Stanley Hu sixty to seventy vards [cards] below the surface) vd five fect [fact] thick, and is now being worked Colliery, about a mile distant. SKELMANTHORPE. Moiety or equal Half Share of and in or Parecl [Parcel] of FREEHOLD LAND, called ce being part of whet was formerly Skd- [SD- Skipton] won, aud [and] situate in Skelmant.erpe, [Clement.ere] in ln 27, or Phones, hy adincasurement, [measurement] sh Goldthure [Goldthorpe] ts, and now in the occupation of A IN HUDDERSFIELD i TT MESS AGE or DWEL- [DEL- Dwelling] shun ams [as] ne Garden ané [an] Outbuildings thereto in the cus [us] uth [th] Parade, Hudderstield [Huddersfield] afuresaid, [aforesaid] his Lat ' eccupation [occupation] of John Taylor, Esq., M.D. bie [be] ae Tone ease from the Trustees of the annual Ground by on the-usnal [the-usual] terms, at ee tat of 6 10s and [1st and] Fine certain. SE, and y AED [AD] STABLE, COACH- [Cachet] Lot 5, by Dr ie South of, and now occupied te from the Mang [Man] adjoining upon, and having an ULING-HOUSE LING-HOUSE] a ester Road also a that i; and 8, and now in td GARDEN adjoining Westward IS L it is held tue occupation of Francis Ford. de, Bart vite [vote] the Trustees of Sir John Rams- [Ramsey] kee [Lee] ut Lease, at a small Annual Ground Pd re Lor [Or] i. ee OF ASSURANCE FOR 5,000. i, Commnon [Common] Breve, of Birkby, near Hud- [HUD- HUD] Hay, of -' wd 4 London, dated the 9. 1835. Uw the rep tam ot os HE preseng [present] time Se parr ici [ii] u; Site may be may be obtained, anda [and] Plan of the 'to Mi Gp nc On application to the AUc- [AUD- Archer] hevor heavier] ty My ok CkowTner, [Corner] of Huddersfield, Sly 7 8 AN LEADBEATTER, of Mirfield, Solici- [Solicit- Solicitor] Mr. JOHN Ty ee NDALE. [DALE] and 'ts. BROOK and FREEMAN, AN Ol oh Apri [April] Iggy tees, Huddersfield. ACTORS, MERCHANTS, Ulat Ult] purpose, it is situate on a rising ground, F r SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1850. Price 44d. UDD [DD] p eee [see] Committee af Ge te Ss vl os M E RANCE GALA 'TO ALE AND PORTER BREWERS, INNKEEPERS, ALBION BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY, the ten and uf [of] aay [say] to the inhabitants of MEE. LANCASTER begs respectfully to inform STPUSHED [PUSHED] runauas [runs] 70, act OF BARLIAMEST, [PARLIAMENT] rs HIRD awn &R AND 2 the public, that he has received instructions from the eee [see] on Wurr-Monpay [Wire-Monday] and TUESDAY, May 20th and 21st, 1850 in 2 G 'f d ZA grates Mr. Thomas Wilson's Estate, to Advertise for ENTRANCE MONEY for a SHARE of 100...2s. W...2s] situate in HIGHFIE [High fie] 2 in the Cricket Goo es Field kindly gramted [granted] by SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, durimg [during] the present Month MONTHLY CONTRIBUTIONS for ditto ....8s. 4d. The celebra [celebrate] Bramley Temperance' and not in the Cricket Ground as formerly. y 7 (May), all the Valuable BREWER PLAN T, FIX. AUTON for ditto 8 Yeomanry Cavalry, in their . of the most popular airs, Magnificent Gas and F magoria, [marriage] Dissolving Views, and pats wi be n NTAL [NATAL] CONCERT will beh [be] Id Rural Sports and Gymnastic Exercises will take 5 y e place, i AFTERNOON, a PROCESSION of the BAND OF ed Music and Banners to L BE DELIVERED AT APPROPRIATE INTERV [INTER] ALS, [AS] 2 chi cipal [principal] Streets of the number of Temperance Melodies. TEMPERANCE ADDRESSES Wi Admission 6d. TL, An abundant supply of Provisi [Provision] provided and sold le tow Seats will be adjoining T H E T.. WRIGHT e from imerease [immense] of their patronage, The of his New Establishment, seasons, and which consist of Gunpowders, &c. OBSERVE t W 2. 8. d. Gentlemen's Gold Levers 1010 Ladies' Gold Lovers from... 8 10 Ditto Silver do 310 0 Ditte [Ditto] do. Horizontal 4 4 W. R. takes this any difficulty in HAS DONE) IS AN INSULT TOWN, THE PUBLIC WILL NOT RE DELUDED RY SUCH PaLsSE [Palace] N.B.-JEWELLERY THE PREMISES. A large assortment of BRA Ban regimentals, (with the kind waltzes, quadrill [quadrille] ee, 1K ire ons will ascend each. ag vs Chinese Fireworks vill [bill] be cach [each] Day, town, accompanied with Bands. of Working People, 4d ; on reasonable i accommodation made to mak [make] of Police.are engaged, who have s NOTICE OF REMOVAL. T EA 92, ES TA KIRKGATE, hoping to merit a continuance of the same. of Teas which G. T. W. has selected from are acknowledged by Assams, [Assam] A N D LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 3 opportunity of informing the Public, repairing Foreign Watches satisfactorily ; AND LIREL [LIBEL] ON THE TRADE BUT AS Article, as the patent is out long ago.-Fiat Justitia. [Justice] NO. 104, FOP OF KING STREET HUDDERSFIELD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CARPET, RUG, DRUGGET, AND GENERAL DRAPERY WAREHOUSE. and HENSHALL, in returning thanks to the Gent dersfield [Huddersfield] and its vicinity, for the many beg to inform them, that Mr. S. H. has W male extensive Purehases [Purchase] of Goods suitable for the approaching FANCY SILKS, SATINS, SATINETTES, [INTESTINES] ALPACAS, LUSTRES, BALZERIN [BLAZING] And a great variety of Novelties for Dresses. Plain and Fancy Cravats, &e., &e., &e. W. D. S. H. wish particularly to draw attention to 2-4ths, [2-this] and 5-Sths [5-Ths] Stair Carpets, Rugs, Printed and Plaid Druggets, [Druggist] Ke., in great variety, being the kergest [largest] and best i s2lected [selected] Stock in the West at such Prices as eannot [cannot] fail to give every satisfae- [satisfied- satisfaction] tion [ion] to Purchase FUN. RALS [RAILS] COMPLETELY FURNISHED, AND EVERY ARTICLE OF FAMILY MOURNING ALWAYS. H Long and Square utiful [useful] uniform, and th of Col. Pollard,) rches, [aches] galo [gaol] day, under. t [C] Managem [Manager] exhi [ex hi] Children, 2d. cach. [each] The Grounds a consisting of Confectionery, Tea, Coffee, Ginger Beer; provijled [provided] and every closed. A Staff trict [strict] orders from the proprictors [proprietors] to prosecute L HUDDERSFIELD. respectfully informs his friends, the public of Huddersfield and AA ; he has been under the necessity of removin [removing] ' 2, KirkcarE, [Corkscrew] late in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Hi Drugzist, [Druggist] and would take the ammond, [Hammond] and directly opposite to Mr. G, present opportunity of tendering his thanks most competent judges to b Souchong, Oolongs, [Longs] Scented Orange, 16, MARKET PLACE, H UDDERSFIELD. [HUDDERSFIELD] N begs to acquaint his Friends 4 vours [hours] bestowed upon them since just returned from London, Manchester, an choruses, &e. ibited [United] a number the Gala Ground, where de, &e., e the visitors comfortable she. The BLISHMEN T, [ENGLISHMEN T] g to premises, JEWELLERY, and the Public, tl GOLD AND SILVER ORIZONTAL [ORIENTAL] WATCHES from his practical knowledge, he can recommend. that first-rate workmen, such as he employs, nexer [never] found AND TO DENY WHICH (AS A CERTAIN INTERESTED PARTY TRERE [THERE] ARE NO FRENCH WORKM [WORK] REPRESENTATIONS. and PLATE REPAIRED, with despatch and care, by a WORKING HAM'S PATENT SPECTACLES always on hand. IS REQUIRED for this Season, consisting of a ALSO, A WELE [WERE] SELECTED STOCK OF PRINTS, DE LAINES, [LINES] TABLE LINENS, IRISH BARNSLEY SHEETINGS, [MEETINGS] DIAPERS, Ts. their STOCK OF TAPESTR [TAPESTRY] ding, and which they are now offering RUGS MADE TO ORDER ON THE SHORTEST NOFIER. [NEVER] ON HAND. ITS U N TIDE - I've more than once strung rhymes together, On things relating to the weather ; And, if my readers recollect, I've almost always been correct. In fact, I think, in every case, What I've foretold has taken place. I said that winter would be long, And none can say that I was wrong And hence it is that folks rely Upon the poet's weather-ere. And now my friends shall hear from me What sort of Whitsuntice [Whitsuntide] be. Tis Is] my belief-which all should heed- [heed that] That 'twill be very fine indeed. And I on such a guess am willing To bet.a sovereign to a shilling. If, therefore, Whitsuntide's to be Oo BS ERVE -E. [ERE -E] M O PR As fine as is foretold by me, On with your hat at once, and start For Messrs, Moses' Bradford M And if you have a boy or two, Bring the good lads along with you. Moses Son have such astock [stock] - Of summer coats, both dress and frock ; Their trousers, vests, and youth's attire Are all that any could desire; And dress for Whitsuntidg [Whitsuntide] Ts at a mod'rate rate supplied, Enabling all who buy to pay, Th' expenses of a holiday. Forget not, therefore, my prediction (Of which I have a firm eonviction),. [conviction] And don your hat at onee.and [one.and] staré. [Star] For Messrs. Moses' Bradford Mart. SES [SEA] AND. S 5 TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 19, THORNTON'S BUILDINGS, BRIDGE-STREET, BRADFORD, YORKSHIRE. Branch of their London Establishment 154, 155, 156, 157, and 83, 84, 85, and 86, Minoaztss [Ministers] and ALDGATE, City, LONDON, all communicating and forming one vast Establishme [Establish me] CavTion.-E. [Caution.-E] MOSES SON regret having to guard the Public against imposition, having. learned that the untradesman.like [tradesmen.like] falsehood of being connected with them, or It's all the same concern, has been resorted to in many instances, and for obvious reasons. 'They have no connection with any other House in or out of Branch Establishments, 36, Fargate, [Forget] Shefficl [Sheffield] and 19, Thornton's Buildings, Bradford, Yo desire genuine and Cheap Clothing, &c., shuuld [should] call at, or send Aldgate, City, London. TAKE Notice.-This Establishment is Closed from sunset Fridn [Friend] trl [try] twelve o'clock. WANTED A RESPECTABLE BOY, to, either of their Branches, or [C] Baad [Band] of the 2nd W. Y. attend and perform a variety ent [end] of efficient artistes a Phantas- [Pants- Fantasy] of highly interesting Galvanic Ex- [Eat] at Half-past Three.o'clovk. [Three.o'clock] persons are engaged te conduct them. be formed, and. parade through the prin- [pain- print hey] they will-sing a ot 'day at Two a a Field will be en- [en trespassers] trespassers in the its vicinity, that situate at Hall, Chemist and to those who may have favoured him with the London and Liverpool Tea Sdles, [Sales] for the opening e the finest imported the last two or three Pekoes, Capers, Monong, [Mining] Congous, [Congo] -THE TEA ESTABLISHMENT, 92, KIRKGATE. A T C W RICHARDSO [RICHARDSON] PATENT LEVER AND of first-rate quality and workmanship which, 1at [at] his Stock is replete. with EN EMPLOYED IN THIS ry, Clergy, and Inhabitants of Hud- [HUD- Happening] pening [opening] the above Establishment, other Markets, where he has large assortment of Plain and ES, PRINTED MUSLINS, SHAWLS, in Paisley, Cashmerety [Cashmere] Barege, [Barge] &e., &e- Me OP HESTE [THESE] D. Ipndon, [Indian] except their ire-; and those who the Minories and y, till sunset Saturday, wheg [when] business is resumed will be b LER [LEE] KEPT ON aD Y, Brussels', 4-4ths [4-this] Kidderminstor, [Kidderminster] N, opposite the Church, corner of mt. well-known TUESDAYS ONLY, FROM 11 UNTIL 5 O'CLOCK, No. 8, KIRKGATE, HUDDERSFIELD. .. FRANKS, Spectacle Maker, Lecturer on the Eye, &c., feels pleasure in stating that he has Me FE Apartments at Messrs. ABBOTT Co.'s, TOBACCONISTS, NEAR THE OLD CHURCH, OPPOSITE THE Pack Horsr [Horse] INN, HUDDERSFIELD, where he will attend professionally on TUESDAYS ONLY, with a selection of his SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES. Mr. F. adjusts Spectacles to defective Sight, on principles acquired in an extensive greatest assistance. scieatific [scientific] means can accomplish, in proof of ability, Mr. F. respectfully requests attention to dersfield [Huddersfield] and neighbourhood - p sreserving [preserving] Eyesight to the Tatest [Latest] i fullowing [following] copy of Testimonial ftom [from] the Faculty of Hud- [HUD- HUD] ig, so as to give the of life; and as a Mr. Franks, the Optician, having delivered Public Lectures ex this town on the Anatomytnd [Intimated] Physio of the Human Eye, combined with the abuse of Spectacles, we, the undersigned Surgeons, are af opinion that he has devoted' much time and attention to study the swhject, [subject] therefore have much pleasure im [in] recommending, Mr. Franks os aw Opteeian [Option] to those who gegatre [regatta] the assistance of Speetacles. [Spectacles] oe a R. Cameron M.D....... Hud [HUD] eld. [ed] John DFE [DE] nner [near] orga [organ] od . J. T. Bradshaw ......... Surgeon...... Huddersfield. J. E. Fosbrooke......Surgeon..... [Brooke......Surgeon] es Bridge. Wm. Greenwood ...... Surgeon...... Huddersfield. John Machill.......... [Marshall] Ss é . Robinson Sons....Surgeons...... Huddersfield. C] Charles Sykes......... Surgeon.....j Samuel Booth.............Surgeon...... Huddersfield. J. Roberts ............- Surgeon... 4Gelcar. [Clark] J. Clough........0.... ... Surgeon....,. Huddersfield.. J. Roberts .... .-Surgeon.... Blaithwaite, Slaithwaite] Jonas Hellawell .........Surgeon...... Huddersfield. John Roberts ..........Surgeon.....;Linthwaite.. J. M.D.......Mold Green. Edward Trotter ...... Surgeon.....,Newmils [Surgeon.....,Newmill] J.. Bennett................Surgeon......Almondbury. T. Martin.............. Surgeen..,..., [Surgeon] Holmfirth. W. Goodall ............... Surgeon...... wood. Benjamin Beeley......Surgeon.,..., Hetmfirth. [Holmfirth] Richard Allatt........... ,Surgeon.,....Paddock. Charles 'Protter....... [Potter] Surgeon..... Holmfirth, Edward Lees............-- [Lees] Surgeon......Honley. H. Martin ......... Parties submitting their Spectacles to Mr, Franks' examination, will meet with a candid ittion [action] and he will not recommend his own without first proving their superiority. Any article purchased and not approyed [approved] will be exchanged. Gx OLSERVE-ABBOTT [OBSERVE-ABBOTT] CO.'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, KIRKG.ATE, [KIRK.ATE] ON TUESDAYS ONLY. N.B.-NO HAWKERS EMPLOYED. satisfaction. His TURES, [TUES] and UTENSILS, Casks, Carriages, Horses, Carts, Waggons, Hay, &c., on the premises at Birkby Brewery, near Hudderstield, [Huddersfield] in the County of York, of which a more detailed account will be given in a future Advertisement. Further particulars may be had of Mr. F. TURNER, Commission Agent, or Mr, LANcasTER, [Lancaster] Auctioneer. bution. [button] GEORGE LANCASHIRE CO., Shares to the amount of THIRTY-TWO THOUSAN [THOUSAND] PAPER ACCOUNT BOOK POUNDS are already subscribed for. . STATIONERY, Canvas, axp [ap] Boarp [Board] The Rules, duly enrolled, may be scen [scene] at the Albion , WaAnsHouse, [Washhouse] Hotel, or at Mr. R. Brook's, Printer, Buxton Road. 47, NEW-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. A few SHARES will be SOLD, and the Money promptly --,. advanced on Freehold, Leasehold, or approved Tenant- [Tenant] A CCOUNT [COUNTY] BOOKS, consisting of Ledgers, Day, Right Security. . Cash, Stock, Order, Invoice, and Memorandum Books of every description, or any mm made to order. Latter, Papcr-Post [Paper-Post] Folio, 4to., [to] or 8vo., vi] Medium, Foolscap, or. Pot. Brief, Copying, and Blotting Papers. White or Paper for Casing, used by Merchants, &c. Brown Paper, glazed or unglazed. rue FIFTH MONTHLY MEETING of this Society will be held at the House. of Mr. ALBION HoTeL, [Hotel] Huddersfield, on Mowpay, [Mowbray] May 20tt., [t] 1850, (and every third Monday in the Month at Half-past Seven o'Clock in the Evening, for the of enrolling new Members, and receiving the Fifth Contri- [Country- Country] REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS FROM LIVERPOUL, [LIVERPOOL] ve) AUSTRALIA. i HE following Surps [Soups] have already Jacquard Cards, Engine Joint Boards, LORD ASH. ON, for ADELAIDE and Por [Or Pziiu [Pius] Rollin an of all sizes. athe [the] 7th January, 1850.. s Canvas for Packing, various widt [wit] AVONDA [AND] YDNEY, [SYDNEY] Direct, 24th February, 1850, Sugar, Cap, Fruit, Tea, and Tobacco Papers, for Grocers, kc. Tea Papers Printed, and Paper Bags made to order. Cartridge, Embossed, Tissue, and Cap Papers, Envelopes, Sealing Wax, and Wafers. Steel or Quill Pens Lead Black, Copying, and Red Ink India Rubber. Direction Cards, large and small, Metallic Memorandum Books. No. and Yard Tickets, LUCY, for ADELAIDE and Port 25th March, 1856, ARGYLE, for Port Pitre [Litre] and SyDNEY, [Sydney] 27th April, 1850. The succeeding Packet will be THE SPLENDID NEW FRIGATE-BUILT SHIP SIR EDMUND HEAD, THOMAS FERAN, [FERN] COMMANDER ; FOR ADELAIDE AND PORT PHILIP Now Loading in the Salthouse Dock, LIVERPOOL. For further information, apply to JaMEs [James] M. WaLsHaw, [Welsh] AGENTS for the IMPERIAL Fire. AND Live OFFICE and the BRITISH GUARANTEE ASSOCIATION, 9, Tower Chambers or Depét [Depot] for MILNER SON'S PATENT FIRE-PROOF eee [see] van p SAFES and BOXES. E. G. LISTER, HuppersrFiery. [Persevere] HOLMES BROTHERS, GENERAL AND FURNISHING IRONMONGERS a NEW STREBP, [STRAP] RESPECTEULLY [RESPECTFULLY] call attention to their STOCK of Drawing, Dining, Breakfast, and Bed Room STOVE GRATES and CHIMNEY PIECES, KITCHEN RANGES and COOKING APPARATUS, GAS CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, and BRACKET , LOCK DOOR-KNOBS, WITH BELL-PULLS AND FINGER-PLATES TO MATCH, CORNICE ENDS. AND. CURTAIN BANDS, FENDERS IN ORMOLU, BRONZE, OR BERLIN BLACK, WITH FIRE IRONS TO SUIT COAL VASES AND BOXES, PAPER MACHIE [MACHINE] AND JAPAN TRON TEA TRAYS, TABLE AND DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS, DISH COVERS OF THE NEWEST SHAPES, London Tea Ums, [Ms] Bronzed, Brass, and Copper Kettles, Metal Tea and Coffee-Pots, Candlesticks, Toilette Furniture, Shower, Sponging, Hip, and Slipper Baths, at such prices as place them within the reach of all. pat's PATENT WINDGCUARD. [VINDICATED] Phe [The Windguard [Wind guard] is guaranteed to eure [ere] all smoky Chimnies [Chimneys] caused by wind, and for Ventilation has been applied with great success to. Schools, Nurseries, Bed. Rooms, Kitghens, [Kitchens] Larders, Stables, Ke. SOLE AGENTS FOR SYLVESTERS [SYLVESTER] PATENT RADIATING STOVE GRATES, which may now-be seen sn use at their Show-rooms. BELL-HANGING AND GAS PITTING, SMITH WORK, IRON AND TIN PLATE WORKERS, &e. HATS HATS HATSE [HASTE] EAGLETON'S EXTENSIVE AND FASHIONABLE HAT WAREHOUSE, No. 20, CROSS-CHURCH-STREE [CROSS-CHURCH-STREET] FP. E. EAGLETON has great pleasure in informing the gentry,merchants, and- [and] that oJ he has reocived [received] IMMENSE P. 'of. the most on Aa TS ever ofered.in, [offered.in] Huddersfield, and nest respectfully solicits an inspection of them, Very unique Children of all-ages, entirely new. The newest shapes in Gentlemen's from 8s. 6d. upwards. Men's ordjnary [ordinary] styles from 3s. 6d. to Ms. Observe the Address -J. E. EAGEETON, [EATON] HATTER, No. 20, Cross Church-street, Huddersfield. MARBLE AND STONE CHIMNEY PIECES, MONUMENTS, TOMBS, BATHS, Xe. MLELLERS [SELLERS] and CO. solicit an inspection of their extensive STOCK of CHIMNEY PIECES, in every description of the best Foreign and British Marbic, [Magic] whish [which] for elegance of design and excellence of work- [workmanship] manship [man ship] cannot. be surpassed. Being the only importers, of marble in thie [the] part of the country, and having all the advantages of the best. machinery, they are.enabled to offer their stock at very low prices. Marble Chimney Pieces. on hand from 1 to. 100 each, Marble Baths, Monuments, Tombs, Washstands, Table Tops, ., made to any pattern at similar-prices SHOW ROOMS AND WORKS, STANLEY-STREET, NEAR THE NEW BAPLEY, [BAILEY] SALFORD, MANCHESTER. FH ILLUMINATED CLOCE [CLOSE] K, No. 5, KING STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. R HESLOP begs to inform his Friends. and the Public that he Rasalwayson [Railways] hand a LARGE J ASSORTMENT of LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S GOLD and-SILVER WATCHES of first-rate work- [workmanship] manship, [man ship] and at the lewest [lowest] CasH [Cash] PRICES; also a Large. Assortment of CLOCKS suitable for Offices, Libraries, Draw ing Rooms, &c R. takes this.opportunity to caution the public against the very inferior and low-priced Watches that are puffed off in the various Periodicals and other Advertising mediums, and begs to inform them that he keeps only such Articies [Articles] as he can with confidence recommend. - As the repairing of Foreign Watches. has always been difficult to Engiish [English] workmen, he-has engaged a first-rate work- [workman] man from Paris, who has had considerable experience in the watch. manufactories [manufacturers] of Geneva, that now any foreisn [foreign] watch, however complicated and difficult, can be put in proper repair in the shortest time possible. THE ONLY WORKING-JEWELLER IN THE TOWN KEPT ON THE PREMISES. SOLE AGENT FOR BRAHAM'S PATENT SPECTACLES. SILVER PLATE FURNISHED FOR BANQUETS, DINNER PARTIES, && HATS HATS BAYLDON'S FASHIONABLE HAT WAREHOUSE, 37, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. B. returns his thanks to his friends and the public for the decided preference given to his Hats, over all others, and begs leave to inform the Public, that he has just received a new assortment of Infants, Bays', Youths', and Gentleman's HATS, of every description, of the Newest &. B. particularly wishes to make it knewn [known] to his friends, that his.Fancy Hats, in Black and Drab, is of the Newest Styles, and at su h Prives [Prices] as never offered to the Public. EIST [EST] OF PRICES - Well-made Hats, frem [free] 4s. 6d to 5s. 6d.; at 6s. and 7s. 6d. beautiful Velvet, Fashionable in Shape, and splendid in Colour, warranted to wear well, at 8s. 6d., and 10s. A well assortment of French and Satin Velvet Naps, in every Style and'strength, at the richest, First-class Hats.that can be made,complete with every variety of style, and all she new improvements, perfect in ventilation, having no superior in qualiiy [quality] at any price, The above List of Prices will be found such as has never before been offered, and places all Competition at an immedlate [immediate] distance. BOY'S AND MENS' [MEN] CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES. ESTABLISHED 1772. TC. HOLDSWORTH SONS' GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSES. S. NBW [NEW] WELLS; WAKEFIEED. [WAKEFIELD] GOODS DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE. an At this Establishment parties furnishing have the opportunity of selecting every article of Household Furniture, an advantage not offered to the same extent by any other House out of London. The Stock comprises- [comprises cabinet] CaBINET [Cabinet] FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY. CARPETS AND Heartr [Heart] Rvcs. [Revs] Brps, [Bros] MATTRESSES, AND BLANKETS PaPER-HANGINGS. [Paper-HANGINGS] MANTLE, TUILETTE, [TOILET] &C., G LASSES, DAMASKS AND. MOREENS. [MOREEN] PassaGE [Passage] CLOTHS, MATTINGS. GENERAL FURNISHING HARDWARE, &c. The Show Rooms are-replete with every possible variety in each respective department, suited to thé [the] tastes and circumstances of all purchasers, and no expense is spared by the Proprietors to maintain their long-established character for supplyiag [supplying] Goods ef sound materials and workmanship. ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PURCHASED, ROCKING HORSE BAZAAR, 2, CROSS CHURCH-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD, AND SPRING GARDENS, BUXTON. F. ANZANT, [ANCIENT] , JEWELLER, TOY MERCHANT, AND DEALER IN GENERAL FANCY GOODS, LLY [LL] annonnees [announce] to the Inhabitants of Huddersfield and neighbourhood, that he has REMOVED his Establishment front 26 to 27, Cross CourcHSTREET, [clustered] which he has fitted up, from the three great markets of the world-Paris, London, and Birmingham-with A SPLENDID SFOCK [STOCK] OF SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED GOODS, Of a most costly character. His ASSORTMENT of GENERAL. FANCY ARTICLES is first-rate, and for price. not be equalled. The PAPIER [PAPER] MACHIE [MACHINE] DEPARTMENT is superb, and at such prices as cannot fail to give METAL AND CABINET GOODS. Cannot be surpassed for Cheapness and Quality. Ladies ang [an] Gentlemen's. DRESSING CASES, in Rosewood, Mahogany, Russia, Due, and Morocco. Ladies' CARD CASES, i Shell,. Papier [Paper] Machié, [Machine] and' Morocco... The STOCK of JEWELLERY is strongly recommended. as being very chcéap, [cheap] and of first-rate quality. i I and at remarkably low prices. MECHANICAL FIGURES, Musical Boxes and Time Pieces, dians, [Diana] and Tunbridge Goods of every imaginable class. Newly-invented TOYS in endless variety, and very cheap. Motro -SMALL [Motor -SMALL] PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS. . Tor &. aes [as] genera Remember the Address -ANZANI, ROCKING HORSE BAZAAR, 27, Cross Church-street. FRENCH CHINA, and every kind of BOHEMIAN GLASS, in ancient, moder, [modern] ATDDERS [ADDRESS] FIELD