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ARRIVALS OF GRAIN AT NEWCASTLE THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 14.

ARRIVALS OF GRAIN AT NEWCASTLE THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 14.

ARRIVALS GRAIN AT NEWCASTLE THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 14. Wheat, line. liar. Malt. Oats. P"**- Coastwise... 1,885 103 772 280 ■ Foreign 491 flour... 2000 sacks coastwise barrels fore>S ' GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF GRAIN WEEK ENDING MARCH 8. IMPERIAL GENERAL WEEKLY AVERAGE- Wheat 36 1 O
15 March 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The reason why disappointment awaits those who are led to judge of the value of Tea its appearance, arises from

The reason why disappointment awaits those who are led to judge of the value of Tea its appearance, arises from

a practice the Chinese have of colouring the bad with the same Powder as the good. This practice affords them opportunity to obtain a high price for the inferior sorts, as the brown flavourless leaves of the autumn crop, when covered with the same colour as the best spring kinds
8 August 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST MARKETS.

THE LATEST MARKETS.

The , ORN Market—this day. wheat tast few da y s caused a better fee,inß tent of busi£« y ' and at the priceB of Tuesday fair ex'oreiii done »n fresh samples of both English and Wr or mo J? for grinding barley, at 36s to altered » oats Quiet, and demand limited, with un- °ther a
8 August 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DICKINSON, IMPORTER OP ' HAVANNAH CIGARS, 22, BmGjtfAR KET| NEWCASTLE. ~mTs7~s"hields, NURSE. M> BLANDFORD STREET, NEWCASTLE. ?? ENTICE WANTED, to

DICKINSON, IMPORTER OP ' HAVANNAH CIGARS, 22, BmGjtfAR KET| NEWCASTLE. ~mTs7~s"hields, NURSE. M> BLANDFORD STREET, NEWCASTLE. ?? ENTICE WANTED, to

the MUSIC for Mr, • res Pectable Youth, one having a taste 1C eferr cd. Apply at Morland and Co.'s, Colling- and Pilgrim Street. .A LADY wishes an Engagement TEA E £ or DAILY GOVERNESS or as JUNIOR jm SchcK)l - She instructs in English, French, Drawing. Address A. B. Journal Off
8 August 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY AT NEWCASTLE, THE WEE K ENDING AUGUST sth, 1857. THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF LIEUTENANT OGRADY, J... ROYAL ENGINEERS. itude,

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATORY AT NEWCASTLE, THE WEE K ENDING AUGUST sth, 1857. THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF LIEUTENANT OGRADY, J... ROYAL ENGINEERS. itude,

58' 51". Longitude, 1° 30". Heigh above the Sea, 187 Feet. , , . _ V ' |a S Moon's Age. * f '| g ||: : ! sg Day of the Week. :1 : *. gSg i Day of the Month. Messrs. I Troughton &! :•• v M' I • »-i-4»oi-i-»| Hiram's Baro-i £ |' meter.Ko.il. 9 | Reading, j ■ 7I" * I *- *o> S S mT
8 August 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

The reports received from the manufacturing districts of Lancashire do not show any improvement in the position of the trade in textile productions. The fact is, the warehouses abroad are glutted with goods, and the trade at home is in so crippled and sensitive a state, from the
2 November 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SELF-REGISTERING AND SELF-ACTING TIDE GUAGE AT NORTH SHIELDS.

SELF-REGISTERING AND SELF-ACTING TIDE GUAGE AT NORTH SHIELDS.

The large dial on the west front of the Low Lighthouse, at North Shields, has been brilliantly illuminated, and the depth of water the Bar, in feet and inches, clearly indicated, means of revolving pointer. As this guage has been for upwards of a year out of action, and there ha
2 November 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. TO STREAMLET. BT FRED. SHELDON, AUTHOR OF THE " HISTORY "THE OF THE ENGLISH BORDER, «C. Whither runnest thou!

POETRY. TO STREAMLET. BT FRED. SHELDON, AUTHOR OF THE " HISTORY "THE OF THE ENGLISH BORDER, «C. Whither runnest thou!

whither flowest thou? Why «to thy waters leap and Why from the mountain Gushes thy fountain, Gliding past cottage and castle wall Hurrying in gladness, Lingering sadness. Why do thy tiny waters foam, From the green hill's breast, The place of thy rest, To kiss the bosom of thy o
2 November 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GENTLEMEN'S FIRST-CLASS WINTER COATS. MESSRS. NICOLL'S REGISTE PALETOT AND MORNING- COAT, Price Two Guineas each, same as charged by the

GENTLEMEN'S FIRST-CLASS WINTER COATS. MESSRS. NICOLL'S REGISTE PALETOT AND MORNING- COAT, Price Two Guineas each, same as charged by the

P*. Jjea, 120, Regent Street, London. AGENT FOR NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, ROBERT KENT, 40, COLLINGWOOD STREET, NEAR THE GRAND CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION. Also, AGENT for LINCOLN & BENNETT'S celebrated LONDON HATS. DARK NIGHTS. GREAT PROTECTION has been received from GONGS, which can be
2 November 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PRICE OF CORN.

THE PRICE OF CORN.

The following correspondence, addressed to the Editor of the Standard, at once settles the question as to the low price at which corn can be supplied to this country from continental nations :— " TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. "Sir,—ln your paper of the 15th inst. you made some
4 May 1850 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England