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LADIES' FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

LADIES' FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

We have not had for many years, says Le Follet, a vourabie for the display of light and elegant dresses as ® ' ox 1801, and the continuance of fine weather which cau them still to be in considerable request. f White dresses are much woru ; even for walking we adopted. They are f
5 September 1857 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PUBLIC OFFICES.

THE PUBLIC OFFICES.

Arrangements are in progress for a general consolidation of the public offices in the metropolis. It has already been settled that the entire of tne Ordnance Department should be removed into one building ; and the office of the Ordnance in the Tower will be removed to Pall Mall
29 November 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To Mammas and Papas !—Mr Parsons begs to iutimate to heads of families that he has ready for inspection excellentassortment

To Mammas and Papas !—Mr Parsons begs to iutimate to heads of families that he has ready for inspection excellentassortment

of Sponge, Hair and looth Brushes Combs, &c. at a low price, and just suitable for young ladies and gentlemen going to school. Hair cutting establishment, No. 10, Mosley Street.
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

RELIGIOUS AND CHARITY NOTICES.

The owners of Walbottle Colliery have presented a keel of coals to the Newcastle Infirmary. The parishioners and friends of the Rev. C. Duberly have presented him with an elegant silver inkstand, previous to his leaving the incumbency of Coundon for YVolsingham, where he has off
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE. THE SEASON will COMMENCE, on Manday, Sept. 22nd, 1856. Mr. DAVIS has the Honour to announce to

THEATRE ROYAL, NEWCASTLE. THE SEASON will COMMENCE, on Manday, Sept. 22nd, 1856. Mr. DAVIS has the Honour to announce to

his Patrons and Friends that he has succeeded informing Engagements for the approaching Winter Campaign—unrivalled in numerical Strength and Pre-eminent in Dramatic Talent. Bill will shortly published, containing a List of this most Powerful Company, and announcing the Pieces se
13 September 1856 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE.

From the Registry kept the Rooms of the Literary and Philosophical Society, Newcastle-upon-1 yne. —i 2 2 g p ? P„P PP. Pj_j_J_ Tomper. a of Mercur. o ■ S^rf-SSH6 £inin;cu<go 3) a i a _E ft .__ _? weans f _6_ corrected^ 2. Hun . —|- «2" Wet C 6i en r>t "" - GO Z- Difg.. ti en fer
24 May 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL & GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

The Farl of Durham and Lady Alice Lambton have arrived in London from short continental tour. Lord Brougham has arrived in Paris, on his way Cannes. Professor Faraday, the eminent chemist, has been residing at Cullercoats for some time past. Mr. John Binns, of Sandbeck, near Ric
27 September 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Direction of William Quilter, Esq. Official Manager of the Northern Coal Mining Company,

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Direction of William Quilter, Esq. Official Manager of the Northern Coal Mining Company,

and with the Approbation of W. H. Tinney, Esq. one of the Masters of the Court of Chancery, charged with the winding up of the said Company's Affairs, at Storey Lodge Colliery, near West Auckland, the County of Durham, on Tuesday, September the 30th, 1851, THE WHOLE of the Valua
27 September 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
REAPING CORN BY MACHINERY.

REAPING CORN BY MACHINERY.

The announcement of a machine for the purpose of cutting wheat and other crops, will, no doubt, be received with equal surprise and satisfaction by the farmers of this country. The want of an implement that would supersede the scythe, sickle, and hook, and all their expensive co
30 August 1851 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

MARINE INTELLIGENCE.

splendid ship of 1,000 tons register, is now in Mr. Edwards's dock at South Shields. She came round from Sunderland on Saturday last, from the building-yard of Messrs. Thompson aud Sons; she is classed 13 years, aud is intended for the East India rra.de ; she is the property of
19 March 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England