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QUEEN’S HOTEL, QUAYSIDE, NEWCASTLE, la the largest and cheapest Dining Room town. The choice of four soups, or fish with joint Is. 6d. Attendance, Id Salmon, extra. Good Claret 2s. per bottle. Very fine Dinner Sherry 4s. per bottle. Families supplied with Bass’s Beer, in cask or
4 May 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE EAR. REPORT from the CASE-BOOK _ of > ~ Mr S. E. pMITH, the Aural Surgeon, 61, Blackett Street,

THE EAR. REPORT from the CASE-BOOK _ of > ~ Mr S. E. pMITH, the Aural Surgeon, 61, Blackett Street,

Newcastle-on-Tyne, cases deafuesh, noises in the head, and disease* of .’the throat, nose, ear, and brain, treated by him during his first three months’ practice in Newcastle. £ •, Cures. Under treatment Patients from 2 to 21 years of age. 91 „ to „ ...... i*) 123 : .46 60, „ ».
24 February 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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24 February 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THIS EVENING. pHRENOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY. TOWN HALL, EWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. THIS EVENING (SATURDAY), JANUARY 29, PROF. FOWLER GIVES HIS GRAND FAREWELL LECTURE

THIS EVENING. pHRENOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY. TOWN HALL, EWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. THIS EVENING (SATURDAY), JANUARY 29, PROF. FOWLER GIVES HIS GRAND FAREWELL LECTURE

How to Choose a Wife, and How to Choose Husband ; or. How to Open Cupid’s Eyes.” at Eight p.m. Admission, Is., 6d., and 3d. Private Phrenological Examinations every Day and Evening, the Ante-Room the Town Hall. Next Week only. Saturday, Feb. 5, Last Day. 802
29 January 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MUSIC HALL, NELSON STREET, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. WILL SHORTLY CLOSE. Br CORRY’S Great National Entertainment, IRELAND; ITS SCENERY, MUSIC, & ANTIQUITIES, Illustrated

MUSIC HALL, NELSON STREET, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. WILL SHORTLY CLOSE. Br CORRY’S Great National Entertainment, IRELAND; ITS SCENERY, MUSIC, & ANTIQUITIES, Illustrated

by a series of the largest Paintings ever witnessed in this country, executed in the highest style of art, from sketches recently taken on the spot, expressly for this magnificent Exhibition, by Phillips, Knell, Dudgeon, Connop, &c., accompanied appropriate Vocal and Instrumenta
29 January 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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THE NEWCASTLE DAILY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1870. Captain R. Dennis, of the brig Omar Pasha, Lynn, reports sailed from

THE NEWCASTLE DAILY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1870. Captain R. Dennis, of the brig Omar Pasha, Lynn, reports sailed from

Sunderland for Lynn, Jan. 12, fresh breeze, and frosty, wind Wby N. At eleven o’clock discharged the pilot and steamboat, set all sail, and nothing particular occurred until 6.30 of the 13th, when, being above Saltfleet, and steering up S by W, in five and six fathoms of water,
19 January 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The panama and south pacific TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under The Companies’Acts, 1862 and 1867. Capital £320,000, in 32,000 Shares

The panama and south pacific TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under The Companies’Acts, 1862 and 1867. Capital £320,000, in 32,000 Shares

of £lO each. Deposit on Application £1 per Share, and Allotment £llos. per Share. And the remainder at intervals of Two Months, by Instalments of 10s. each. Part of the Capital, to the extent of £60,000, is reserved by the Concession from the Peruvian Government for subscription
19 January 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEW CONSOLIDATED HAT. Agent: ADAM CARSE, 64, GREY STREET, NEWCASTLE.

NEW CONSOLIDATED HAT. Agent: ADAM CARSE, 64, GREY STREET, NEWCASTLE.

21 February 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
sion. The report sets out by givinj sketch of the various legislative enaotmeii which the Tyne Commission was and its

sion. The report sets out by givinj sketch of the various legislative enaotmeii which the Tyne Commission was and its

revenue assigned to it. forth how, by the Tyne of 1850, various dues were transferred to tke missioners ; whilst the five-eighths of the coai were reserved to the Town Council of in whom the whole revenue was originally Figures are then given showing the ® these dues up till las
21 February 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE OOCTCRRMOUTH MURDER.

THE OOCTCRRMOUTH MURDER.

At the Cumberland Aaaizes, before Mr Justice Willes, John Moses, river watcher, Richard Temple, labourer and Henry Hodgson, labourer, were charged witu the wilful murder of Abraham Starkie, at Cockermouth, last July. Deceased was a river watcher, and went out to watch the Derwen
21 February 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England