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CHISHOLM’S,

CHISHOLM’S,

25, Western Road, JARROW, Gelling wood Street, HBBBDRK,
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
NEW POLICE STATION FOR JARROW.

NEW POLICE STATION FOR JARROW.

A committee, consisting of Mr. W. G. Morant, Cliief Constable of Durham County; Aid. Stansfield Richardson, of the Standing Joint Committee; Aid. G. Johnson, and the County Surveyor and Architect, last week inspected sites at Jarrow suitable for new police station, offices, and
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
PLAGUE

PLAGUE

There was one death registered the Borough from pneumonic plague. This occurred at the Floating Hospital, Jarrow Slake, the case coming from ship undergoing repairs at Jarrow. It was found that there had been'two previous cases on the ship, just before leaving Hamburg for the Ty
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
THINGS AS WE FIND THEM.

THINGS AS WE FIND THEM.

THINGS AS FIND THEM. our experience the general thought is, 4t I will go to some church w ill see God there.” But, alas! God is not to found in every church. Kay, we cannot even say that every professed minister of Christ is able to point the inquirer the true way to fellowship a
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
ANOTHER BRAVE PEED IN AFRICA

ANOTHER BRAVE PEED IN AFRICA

His Excellency Lord Gladstone, Chief Scout for "South Africa, has just awarded a certificjite of merit to Scout Neil liawstorne, of Salisubry, S. Rhodesia, for gallantry in helping comrade under the following circumstances: A patrol consisting o feight Scouts went bathing in the
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
LAST BALLOT REVERSED.

LAST BALLOT REVERSED.

Weareide Boilermakers Favour Masters’ Terms. The ballot on the new terns submitted by the employers in the shipbuilding trade at a recent meeting has l»cn concluded so far the Sunderland lodges of the Boilermakers’ Society are concerned. From inquiries made, it is ascertained th
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
H.M.S. QUEEN MARY.

H.M.S. QUEEN MARY.

The success of the trials of the Jarrowbuilt battle-cruiser Queen Mary has been gratifying to all parties concerned. In rough weather the vessel behaved splendidly. The torpedo tests were carried out party from H.M.S. Vernon, and the gun trials by party from H.M.B, Excellent. Th
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
NEW INVENTIONS.

NEW INVENTIONS.

The Board of Trade reports COO inventions on Boats and Davits consequent upon the Titanic disaster. This shows how inventions run in certain grooves resulting from some important event. Travelling Hothouses were discussed the Horticultural Club this week. co-operative scheme, it
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
DEATH.

DEATH.

WAUGH.—SO. Gleu Terrace, Hcbburn, 24th hist., aged 80, cx-Sergt. William. Waugh, late Durham County Constabulary, beloved husband of the late Agnes Waugh.
27 June 1913 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
ELECTRIC POCKET LAMPS.

ELECTRIC POCKET LAMPS.

Arc a present day necessity in .mJ workshop. They are always rea<«i ' r save all risk of fire when about and (or use the bedside. I’ y • |,ar< cheap now. and those supphocl Maradcn and Bon. Ltd.. . o, Preston, last a long while with • batter ice now used are of the best K and ar
7 June 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England