Friday, 13 December 2013

25 January 1877: Public Notices in the Middlesbrough press

From The Weekly Exchange
(price One Penny)

Thursday 25 January 1877

PUBLIC NOTICES
THE ANNIVERSARY of the BIRTH of ROBERT BURNS will this year be held in the CLEVELAND HOTEL, Smeaton-street, North Ormesby, on January 25th.  ANGUS MACPHERSON, Esq., editor of the "People's Centenary Edition of Burns," in the chair.  Dinner on the table at 5.30pm.  Tickets 4s, may be had at the bar of the Hotel, or of any of the members of the committee.  All are hereby invited to the Festival, whatever their nationality.
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THEATRE ROYAL, YARM LANE, STOCKTON-ON-TEES.
Lessee - Mr T HOLMES
Manageress - Mrs A CHAPLIN
Glorious Success!  Crowded Nightly.  Acknowledged by the Public and Press to be the Greatest Production ever witnessed in Stockton, both in Talent, Dress, and Scenic Effect.  Hundreds unable each evening to gain admission.  The Curtain will rise every Evening at Seven, with the Grand and Gorgeous
CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME!
Under the personal direction and superintendance of Mrs AMELIA CHAPLIN and Mr WALTER LEWIS, assisted by Mr A L BARON.
Adapted for this Theatre by Mr W LEWIS, entitled
YE FAIR ONE WITH YE GOLDEN LOCKS,
or
HARLEQUIN KING COLLYWOBBLE, THE WICKED DEMON, AND THE GOOD FAIRIES OF THE ENCHANTED GROVE.
GRAND
TRANSFORMATION SCENE!
ABODE OF THE QUEEN OF THE FAIRIES
Columbine - Miss FANNY FITZGERALD
Harlequin - Mr GEORGE FITZGERALD
Harlequina - Miss EMILY VINNING
Pantaloon - Mr W H MORGAN
Clown - Mr WALTER LEWIS
Centre Boxes, 2s; Side Boxes and Pit Stalls, 1s.; Pit and Upper Boxes, 6d; Gallery, 4d.
Doors open at 6.30, commence at 7.
Box Plan at Heavisides and Son's, 4, Finkle-street, Stockton, where places and tickets may be secured.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a separate building named "The Primitive Methodist Chapel" situate in the Back Lane in the parish of Stokesley in the County of York, and in the district of Stokesley, being a building certified according to law as a place of religious worship, was on the third day of January 1877, duly Registered for solemnizing Marriages therein, pursuant to the Act of 6th and 7th, William 4th, chapter 85.
Witness my hand this fourth day of January 1877.
THOS. SOWERBY
Superintendant Registrar

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