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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

The following telegrams appeared our late editions yesterday:— THE SECOND BATTLE OF YPRES GRAPHIC NARRATIVES OF THE FIGHTING. , FIERCE WORK WITH THE BAYONET. North of France, May 2. The second battle of had some characteristics which distinguish it from the other battles of the
6 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

EXPORT OF PBDIGREE STOCK. A monthly meeting the Council of the Royal Agricultural Society was held yesterday at Bedford Square, London. The Duke of Portland (president) was in the chair. A resolution was passed expressing the Council's regi'et the loss sustained bv the death of
6 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Commercial News.

Commercial News.

QUAYSIDE AND RIVER* NEWCASTLE QUAY, WEDNESDAY. STEAM COALS LOWER. COAL EXPORTS AND LICENCES. Coal Market conditions are not materially changed. There still an easy and rather an unsettled feeling about, and steam coals are undoubtedly weaker, but, the other hand, Dux. ham qualit
6 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Sales Tin's Day. TO-DAV (THURSDAY), May 6fh. At "RODDAM RIGG. 2 miles from WOOPERTON STATION. Messes robert don kin, ltd.,

Sales Tin's Day. TO-DAV (THURSDAY), May 6fh. At "RODDAM RIGG. 2 miles from WOOPERTON STATION. Messes robert don kin, ltd.,

will SELL BY AUCTION", CATTLE. 445 SHEEP. 5 HORSES. POULTRY. SALE ARRANGEMENTS. 1 o clock with 317 THI'RSDAY at 12 o'clock. Re ELIZABETH REAY, Deceased. SALE of Excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, removed from Low Fell for Convenience of Sale. GEO. T. and J. WILLIAM EASTE
6 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A NEWCASTLE PROSECUTION.

A NEWCASTLE PROSECUTION.

HOME SECRETARY'S STATEMENT THE COMMONS. In the House of Commons, yesterday Sir JOHN LONSDALE asked the Home Secretary if his attention had been called the fact that at the adjourned hearing of the charge against Margaret, Henderson Smith of having obtained a detail drawing of a
10 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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"IT IS A DEATH OF GLORY." R.K.S.: stti Fnei]j«rs. I. bo, some there be. from yonder field returning, Whom honours

"IT IS A DEATH OF GLORY." R.K.S.: stti Fnei]j«rs. I. bo, some there be. from yonder field returning, Whom honours

bright will Above whose heart, the prize Valour's earning Royal hand will place; That -which, in all men's eyes, its story showeth, And all men's soul doth thrill . . . But some there be, on whom GOD'S Hand bes wet h A loftier order still. II Calvary's Mount that order first was
10 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE WAR ON SHIPPING.

THE WAR ON SHIPPING.

ANOTHER GERMAN SUBMARINE SUNK. CREW TAKEN PRISONERS DUTCH OFFICERS AND GERMAN BARBARISM. Mr BALFOUR, speaking in tie House Coramoms, yesterday, said wished to inform the House that within the last few days a German submarine had been sunk and her crew six officers and 21 men tak
10 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE COAL SUPPLY.

THE COAL SUPPLY.

TO MEMBERS OF » **» >«—wired "[ u = cm rtoputattaii \ fern,; up deliveries, P rovi + ►. on colliers for ; ü to the reqw^nw" l undertakings OP 'n, ,c a reduction oi pr
10 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUNDERLAND TOWN COUNCIL.

SUNDERLAND TOWN COUNCIL.

LETTER FROM COLONEL E. VAUX, OF THE D.LI* meeting the Sunderland Town Council was held yesterday, the Mayor (Alderman S. Richardson) presiding. Reference was made by the Mayor to the loss sustained by the death of Alderman T. Johnston, and it was agreed to send a letter of condo
10 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RECRUITING IN CANADA.

RECRUITING IN CANADA.

RECRUITING CANADA. APPEAL FOR AN ADDITIONAL 35,000 MEN. Toronto, Wednesday. General Hughes ipaking an immediate appeal for an additional 35,000 soldiers. The new contingent will be composed of 27 regiments of infantry and six batteries of artillery recruited from all parts Domini
10 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England