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TIME 'LOCAL MART EAR.

TIME 'LOCAL MART EAR.

OW OUR xrivatena, July 96. is local shames was a little quieter , this ma ins bet was not altegather featurelauataisis generally preeminent r ai n to el bid, layer at 30s banners took brew at Oarge Fiesta were a stes a d r y market et 1001, 10s led. were rather at 3d, ei. Vicker
28 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

CARLUILM cr CLUI The Real in the Ladies' Modal for ses given y the captain (Mrs. Slater) &ad Mrs Mclntire. resulted in a skim, for Miss Tenter, the second prise being token by Edith Musgrave. WOOLY= CiIiALLI2fOE 001 P. For the Weeder challenge (Mb a Mendseacia and J Seed met in
24 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Turf Notices.

Turf Notices.

DAMNS 01 , 11110,1.-111, U. AM. Dab; OS. US, la, old; code, D. opunoN.-m. 11. ankh par; Q. II; R. pia. mar. Don't this Mist lb.. SA Ass for the Oplaiz a ll=r.lll, SNP ostler el have sous la OW asiglibourboad ill addition awn amid abhor. sad prepaid. la lades vim, =mina an called
24 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTY CLUB OUTPLAYED.

COUNTY CLUB OUTPLAYED.

154 Ahead With FOR to PUP In Pint Innings. Comity Club healed a map side agalma S6IAMI:Bh Grange in the return began meter e, at Jammed, Newcastle, sad the malt that the locals had a had time of it. This was parties/4E6 the cam when they had to ilsid, and the paucity if howling
24 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
• Wsa soap. Tam: we- IgLE HANDICAP yards 2* Ta w (TWA Tay aytt 3 MILE HANDICAP (UNDER 161. (North).

• Wsa soap. Tam: we- IgLE HANDICAP yards 2* Ta w (TWA Tay aytt 3 MILE HANDICAP (UNDER 161. (North).

122 1; oath). N yards, 3. je • 1; Hodes Moth). An* 1; & I "db . Boles 9; 3. Won senile; three Dual third. Ilse: 3 missies. 14 -• ; 1; Pardo (Wart). L NW imam Is 2 (West). 1; 3. YARDS SCRATCH !Opus). 1; Potter 2: (Northl, Stephenson erne). 2; 3 * p o tter. 1: Bata, 2; Irvin, 3, M
24 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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DARLINGTON WOMEN UNIONISTS.

DARLINGTON WOMEN UNIONISTS.

Address by Mr. Pike Pease, M.P. A meeting of tho Darlington Women's Unionist Association was held in the Temperance Hall, Darlington, yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Ernest Pease presiding. Mr. H. Pike Pease, M.P., said there was no constituency in England where ladies took a more pro
24 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

The HIGHOLASSand POWERFUL STEAMERS of the THOMSON LINE LOAD in the TYNE and lori TEES emaularly throtighont the season for MONTREAL. taking cargo on through Ma of Lading to all points in Canada awl Western U.S.A. ieTTAMERS Load HULL and LEITH as Cargo oilers. Accommodation for a
25 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ringBLF2l-Oart with Winch Tipping Azratiganent for mortar, wand-hand, Wanted; price and particaless.— Brit, OM:actor, Isar, Taverns, &c. EIRDWN Jag I.

ringBLF2l-Oart with Winch Tipping Azratiganent for mortar, wand-hand, Wanted; price and particaless.— Brit, OM:actor, Isar, Taverns, &c. EIRDWN Jag I.

Darn Hill. Gateshead. to Let, term.—Apply Davison and Wood, 21. Wert Street, '0 Let. badrooma, barkrooal. kitchow, gardens front, back; reMoorated th rougho ut , rent MO; i andiale poemessoa.— A r Owner. 12, Terrace Westfield Mesas.—To be Let, or for We, sine rooms; rest ne; mod
25 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
you willing to pay et. In the 6 for Matey tar • period of 19 months! We lend money on

you willing to pay et. In the 6 for Matey tar • period of 19 months! We lend money on

them terms. In plain English, ear are Loan. R 4 interest for 12 months; Lisa. 610 iaterest for 19 months; ►nd RlOO Lose. Intelsat for 19 Larger amounts in properticet We regisimed by Act of Parliament. sad trade In onr own MM. and clients can therefore rely as a etralibtforward
25 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE STRANDING OF THE ACADIR.

THE STRANDING OF THE ACADIR.

An inquiry into the circumstances connected with the stranding of the Wear-built steamer Agadir. three mike south of Masagan, Morocco, on March 3J, was opened by Mr. J. A. Symmopds, Stipendiary Magistrate, at Caxton Hall, London, yesterday, Captain H. E. Batt and Lieutenant J. L
25 July 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England