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D RUGBY t TRIAL HATCH. COUNTY v. REST. 0$ GROUND. GOSFORTR, OCTOBER Ate. KVk at 3.15 p.m. Id. Miami, Is. POOR CHTLD It EN • S HOLIDAY NON k AGENCY . NESOAWLE
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOOD %Mims a. always bs tossed for ones inch ability —rill • little Mem tin cashew, run. bamboo& of with

FOOD %Mims a. always bs tossed for ones inch ability —rill • little Mem tin cashew, run. bamboo& of with

• modal aptitude for • certain clam el cart abs at. 111"point/eat Wham tee:, aptitude Ma so lone. la accordingly net appowimed or properly paid for. We oast nice am. If you are me of Mena, sad cos prom that you are • bigbireds capable Meg • us t^4l4.—HeMeds. Lod.. 114.1117. Ilaa
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
• Intoefbred t#ilti Men. At. Thames 'Police Court, yesterday, Hyman Waiters an alien tailor , wait charged before Mr, Clarke

• Intoefbred t#ilti Men. At. Thames 'Police Court, yesterday, Hyman Waiters an alien tailor , wait charged before Mr, Clarke

Hall with insulting behiiviour, A policeman stated he was .asearting non anion tailors home when the defendant, who had been pieketting, ran to public .'house and beckoned to some men. 15 ti? 90 men rushed out. and followed the non.unton hands to Cannon Street Road. Defendant 'k
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON BETTING.

LONDON BETTING.

THURSDAY la light wee • quiet favourite. with ►aata.in. Charlton gad aright Hawk is )lies wood denuiad. Augur. Grave Greek. and Meek all travelled well, the oad e.wed advaariag to twenties. ovum to Myrtle report. rooleraing the well-bring of Aerate. while sholi rants up to twvat
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE COST Or LIVING.

THE COST Or LIVING.

"To obtain." the deport says, " trip pioture, we cannot consider the question of wages apart frorn'the cost of tiring," and in a ta b le it is shorn that whereas in 1900 the cash wages were placed at the index number of 100 and the percentage of variations of retail prices of fo
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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TYNEMOUTH EDUCATION COMMITTEE. PROPOIND NI MAINCIIITARY

TYNEMOUTH EDUCATION COMMITTEE. PROPOIND NI MAINCIIITARY

, It a meeting of the Tynemouth Education Committee last night, sketch plans of the proposed new elemontary schools on the Spring Gardens bite were submitted by Mr. A. K. Tacker, the architect, and it was resolved that they be approved and that, subject to the opprove! of the Co
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARIE LLOYD ORDERED TO BE DEPORTED •

MARIE LLOYD ORDERED TO BE DEPORTED •

MARIE LLOYD ORDERED TO BE DEPORTED But Wil! Appeal to Washington. NEW YORK, Oct. 2. The immigration authorities have detained Miss Marie Lloyd. the well-known music hall artist. and Mr. Bernard Dillon, the jockey, who travelled here as paasengers on the Olympic. They will be subj
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE EXCHANGE.

NEWCASTLE EXCHANGE.

Coals Firmer. QUAYSIDE. Oct. 2. THE COAL TRADE.—The Cord Market is if anything a shade firmer. Collieries report longer turns and scarcer supplies of oval/able coal, and while I much of the activity is due to old business, it is evident that new trade has filtered through to mos
3 October 1913 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
fact the scouring the Ufißngton Horse being not merely a parochial matter, but a it.g.gV which the inhabitants of the

fact the scouring the Ufißngton Horse being not merely a parochial matter, but a it.g.gV which the inhabitants of the

neighbouring villages took part, reveals a community of interest earlier than Saxon origin. The evidence supplied by the coins cannot fail to impress everyone who compares them with an aoourate drawing the .Uffington Horse. To say the least of it, it conclusively proves that the
3 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

TO-DAFS FORECAST. The Meteorological Office issued the following to-day at 11 a.m. /'Light breezes, chiefly from S. or 5. LONDON AND } S.W.; fair generally, but misty or foggy in places; moderate C temperature. 0. Scotland, N....... Light breezes, mainly from the S.E. or S.; 1.
3 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England