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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. BRITISH PRISONERS IN GERMANY. The Church Army, 55, Bryanston Street. _ Marble Arch, London, Sir,—The Church

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. BRITISH PRISONERS IN GERMANY. The Church Army, 55, Bryanston Street. _ Marble Arch, London, Sir,—The Church

Army, with the approval of the British Foreign Office, has obtained the German Government, through tho America" Embassy, permission to send number pared* to our gallant soldiers detained as prisoners war Germany. had hoped to obtain th (1 needful permission in time for Christmas
7 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AUCTION MARTS.

AUCTION MARTS.

SUNDERLAND. Messrs A. T. and E. A. Orrw held a special sale draught horses, cobs, and ponies, also carts and harness, the Sunderland Horse Repository, yesterday. The auctioneers | were instructed the Commanding Officer Ist Scottish Horse Regiment, which was stationed at Sunderla
7 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

THE RUSSIAN OPERATIONS. VILLAGE TAKEN AT THE POINT OF THE BAYONET. ENEMY'S HEAVY LOSSES. Petrograd, Wednesday. The following official communique has In the region of Mlawa our troops made a sadden attack January sth on the village Royrova. to the west the Pryoisnysz* Mlawa road,
7 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

SELECTIONS FROM TO-DAY'S 1 PAPERS. Wye Meeting. Sportsman—V I.o.—Selling Steeplechase—Bed Squire. I.3o.—Selling Handicap Hurdle—Shino or Gnu. 20. —Cante rbu Steeplechase—Butterball. 2.3o.—Asfcford Handicap Hurdle —Hazle 'IVW. 3.0. —Dover Str^plechafie—Bridge IV. 3.3o.—Wye M&iden
7 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ENGINEERS AND THE WAR.

ENGINEERS AND THE WAR.

NO RELAXATION OF TRADE 0 RIGHTS. The, Press Association is requested by tire Executive Council of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers correct, the statement published yesterday the relaxation of the society's rules question of the requirements the nation arising out of the war.
16 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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L. _ , MURTON'S Below Cost Price WATERPROOFS Little Maids FROCKS, FOR WINTER WEAR. • COSTUMES, SPECIALITIES FOR ALL PURPOSES.

L. _ , MURTON'S Below Cost Price WATERPROOFS Little Maids FROCKS, FOR WINTER WEAR. • COSTUMES, SPECIALITIES FOR ALL PURPOSES.

COATS and BLOUSES, To clear « prices. LADIES' WATERPROOFS. See Windows. AGENTS FOR CLOSLD ONE O'CLOCK. BURBERRY AND AQUASCUTUM. 5. & C. W. Dixon, Ltd., Northumberland St. | RUBBER FOOTWEAR. The BUDCET * OFFICERS' FIELD KIT. Sleeping alises, Camp Beds, has not increased the prioe
16 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
To Let. letters addressed 1.0 carp of Post with initials, fictitious names are not retained the Port Office authorities, but

To Let. letters addressed 1.0 carp of Post with initials, fictitious names are not retained the Port Office authorities, but

are, when practicable, sent back writers. vnder this heading are charged Is for -A word Three tim?s 2s, and Six time* 3s. prepaid. RAVE TERRACE, 5, LET, containing eight room*, kltoben, scullery, and ; Coach-house and .Stab!© at rpar; rent £J6.—Apply John and Co.. 38, Cloth Mark
16 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
'>jl. _ MmmMW The entry into another year finds still the mind as to the necessity of having those things

'>jl. _ MmmMW The entry into another year finds still the mind as to the necessity of having those things

' n home that tend towards economy. Have von thought of Stewart's 2/2 Te»; This tea is the result of years' practice in the t tea blending-and we are still improving it-*® speaks volumes for its quality when t. you customers have doubled during the last years. up-to-date in rich
16 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
obituary. young of 1, |to place, yesterday, at his_ resign Terrace, Hexham, of th ate High House Farm, eX "

obituary. young of 1, |to place, yesterday, at his_ resign Terrace, Hexham, of th ate High House Farm, eX "

the Van age of 82 years. Deceased ar ?> r«»+- House dairy farm for over n S from it some eight years ago, by his eldest son, Vp- ' S ung predeceased her husband N p' b in 1908 Mr and Mrs Young este'' e ' r _ golden wedding. The deceased member of the United Metho£ j survr ived b
21 August 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Haverhill Town Council have refused stop the ringing of the curfew bell, which has sounded daily since the Conquest.

Haverhill Town Council have refused stop the ringing of the curfew bell, which has sounded daily since the Conquest.

21 August 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England