Huddersfield Chronicle (27/Apr/1850) - page 2

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Advertisements and Notices

STEPHENS' PATENT

REGISTER

STOVE GRATE, AND PIERCE'S PATENT a PYRO PNEUMATIC Wee SS 4 WARM AIB Z

AND

soar aa SS wilh» VENTILATING Stephen's Patent Register Crate.

Pierce's Pyro Pneumatic Hotair Store. STOYRE, MAY BE SEEN IN USE (DAILY) FROM TEN TO SIX O'CLOCK, AT THE SHOW ROOMS, No. 16, NEW STREET, HUDDERSFIELD WHERE A LARGE STOCK OF THEM IS CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND.

BENEZER THORNTON, IRONMONGER, &c., having undertaken the AGENCY for the BK SALE of the above STOVES in the three Towns, viz.: HALIFAX, HUDDERSFIELD, and WAKEFIELD, and their respective Neighbourhoods, begs to call the attention of parties requiring Stoves to the fact, that the above far excel anything of the kind yet in the market.

PROSPECTUSES and TESTIMONIALS, with further particulars, forwarded free (by post) on application.

NOE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Grorce Holpsworth, of Huddersfield, in the County of York, Cloth Finisher, hath by Indenture of Assignment, bearing date the Fourth day of April, 1850, and made between the said George Ho orth of the first part, John Dyson, of Huddersfield aforesaid, Cloth Drawer, and William Radford, of Huddersfield aforesaid, Innkeeper, of of the sccond part, and the several other persons whose Names and Seals are thereunto subscribed and set, Creditors of the said George Holdsworth, who shall by themselves, or some other person duly authorized to execute the said Assignment, within two Calendar Months from the date hereof, of the third part, assigned all his personal J'-tate and Effects to the said John Dyson and William ttadford, in Trust, for the benefit of his Creditors, and that the said Indenture of Assignment was duly executed by the said George Holdsworth, John Dyson, and William Radford, on the said Fourth day ot April, in the presence. ci, and attested by, Daniel Crosland Battye, and William Dransfield, both of Huddersfield aforesaid, Solicitors. And Notice is hereby further Given, that the said Indenture of: Assignment is now lying .at the Offices of Messieurs Battye and Clay, of Kimg: Street, Huddersfield aforesaid, Solicitors, fcr Execution by the several Creditors of the said George Boidsworth. , By Order BATTYE AND CLAY, Solicitors to the Trustees. Huddersfield, April 16th, 1850.

EDWARD TETLOW, HOUSE, SIGN, AND FURNITURE PAINTER, PAPER HANGER, &c., PACK HORSE YARD, HUDDERSFIELD, ETURNS his sincere thatiks 'to the Public of Huddersfitid -and the surrounding neighbourhood, for the many favours he has received at their hands, and tres to assure them that he will continue to use his utmost .en.deavours to still merit their patronage and support.

A CARD.

A R. DRURY, SURGEON DENTIST, a attends (with Mr. ROGERS) at HUDDERSFIELD every WEDNESDAY, at Mr. Comber's, Market Street. _. Mr. Drury's permanent residence is at 4, Ferguson 'Street, (near the Infirmary), Halifax.

N.B. The poor attended gratuitously EVERY MORNING before Ten.o'clock.

Mr. D. is in want of a'respeatable YOUTH as APPRENTICE. — Apply as above, MORISON'S WRITING INKS!!

ORISON'S OFFICE INK is well adapted for ve either Quill:or Steel Pens, is of great strength, and has been used by Merchants, Bankers, and Professional 4zenticmen for near half a sen MORISON'S COPYING INK may be used where two Ainds of ink are objectionable, answering all the purposes ofan Office Ink, it gives offa perfect copy, both the original and cope remaining a permanent black.

MORISON'S RED NK is a brilliant colour, and well suited for Writing and Ruling purpoecs.

MORISON'S PERMANENT BLUE AND BLUE-

TACK will be fourld equal to omy in use.

To be had of all Booksellers and Stationers.

Manufactory, 31, Duke Street, Liverpool.

Ona Sale at Mr. J. Brook's, Stamp Office, Westgate, ASCULAPIUS, "Te Property of Jonx Matursson, Esq, . Thickhollins, near Huddersfield (having proved him-

sf a sure foal-getter), will SERVE MARES this season, 1350 : — Thorough-bred Mares Five Guineas each, and 5s.

th2 Groom ; Country Mares Two Guineas each, and 2s. 6d.

tne Groom.

JESCULAPIUS is a dark Bay, rising eight years old, stands 18 Hands high, with beautiful Symmetry, and good Action, 735 got by Old Physician, dam by Bay Comus, grandam bz: Tramp.

"OLD PHYSICIAN was got by Brutandorf (which beat the #33t Horse England ever produced, viz : — Longwaist), by Blacklock, out of Mandgne by Potato, and was the Sire of th> following Winners ; — Doctor Caws, Aristotle, David, Jlipot, Maria Day, Apothecary, and The Cure (which xin second for the Dongaster St. Leger), and several other fi st-rate Horses, and was sold by Mr. L. Hescltine to go aoroad, for 2,500 Guineas, after covering in England at 3 Guineas each Mare, at Mr. Paeohald's, at Stockwell, in Surrey.

Oub Bay Conve was got hy Comys, his dam by Sancho, winner of the St. Leger in 1804 ; grandam, Vesta, by Delpuna, out of Faith by Pacelot; Faith was the dam of Mr. {3 .rforth's Grey Mare Marcia.

Oxy Puysictan ran fourth for the Doncaster St. Leger in 1832, at the same Meeting won the Scarborough Stakes, heating a Field of Six, and a Sweepstake, 'beating Fhree ; at York, in 1833, won the King's Purse of 100 Gitneas, 'heating Tom Boy and two others ; at the same Meeting :

von the Silver Tureen, beating Nitocus and Emancipation ;

i+ 1834, won the King's Purse of 100 Guinees, beating the

('onsol, and at the same Meeting walked over for a Sweep-

stake of 25 Sovereigns each, and at the same Meeting won a Swecepstake, beating two others.

The Money to be Paid on or before the last Round.

ZESCULAPIUS'S ROUTES : —

Miospays. — At Home all day.

Turspays. — George Hotel, Huddersfield, from Ten o'Clock until Three; and then proceeds, by way of Flockton and Kiidgley, to Bretton, for the Night.

VV EDNESDAYS. — Woolley, Royston, Burton; Crown Inn, Barnsley ; Dodworth, Silkstone, and to the Rese and Crown, Penistone, for the Night.

THvRspAys. — Clavton West, Denby Dale, Darton, and to the George Inn, Wakefield, for the Night.

Fripays. — Leaves Wakefield at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, gnd proceeds, by way of Osset Street Side and Barishceton, to the Royal Hotel, Dewsbury, for the Night, SATIRDAYS. — Mirfield, Brighouse ; White Swan, Halifax ;

Eland, and Lindley.

6 HE FATHER OF THE TURF," the property of Mr. Richard Gaunt, Hall Field

(tage, Wetherby, will SERVE MARES this Season at his own Stables and the Neighbourhood, and at the same y'aces and times as usual.

Biocd Mares, 8 Guineas; Gantry Mares, 2 Guineas ; ai 23. €d. the Groom.

ie has won eight premiums, winning the first prize of 10 sovs. at the Great Yorkshire Meeting held at Wakefield, 1846, Leating the stallion that won the first prize of 30 ss. at the Royal Show held at Newcastle, 1846 ; also won the first prize of 30 sovs, at the All England Royal Show held ct York, 1848, where twenty competitors in cheiv class took their stands, including Lanercost, serving gneics at 25 guineas, and Melbourne at 16 guineas each, tie will leave his own stables eve Monday forenoon, at twotve o'clock, to Nag's Head, Leeds, all night ; Tucsday, eaves Leeds at three o'clock for Bull's Head, Bradford, all right ; White Ewan, Halifax, Wednesday noon; then to {and, and White Hart, Huddersfield, all night; through Mirfield to Man and Saddle, Dewsbury, Thureday noon ; ¥ork Hotel, Wakefield, all night ; leaves Wakefield Fridiay afternoon, to the Dragon, Pontefract, all night ; leaves Poatefract S:turday forenoon, through Ferrybridge and #,cezford, to his own stables Saturday night.

Good Grass, Hay and Corn, &e., ke.


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