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SVIM7 BROS., LIB.,

SVIM7 BROS., LIB.,

WANSBECK IRONWORKS. MORPETH. FURNACE FANS, RAIN WATER GOODS, AND ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS. BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR OLD METAL* LEAD. AND BRASS.
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
191 TOD CANT GET OVER THE FACT THAI WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOB PAPERHANGINGS SECOND TO NONE; A HAVE EVERYTHING

191 TOD CANT GET OVER THE FACT THAI WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOB PAPERHANGINGS SECOND TO NONE; A HAVE EVERYTHING

YOU WANT, AT JDSI THE PRICE YOU WISH TO PAY. KIDD’S fob KIDD’S fob American Organs, G«ntl«men’e Caps, Pianofortes, Collars. Fronts, Mangles, Mattresses, Ties, Shirts, Floor Oilcloths, Hosiery, Pants, Wallpapers, Heart hrttgs. Barriers, Centres, Door Mate, Paints, Bruehoe, ftc. C
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
BEEVINALT

BEEVINALT

B££F SI ALT The Best Wine for Invalids. A Nourishing Restorative. Unequalled as a Tonic. by Grocers, Wine Merchants, and Chemists, etc., everywhere at 2/- and 3/9. Sole Proprietors:— W. Glendenning & Sons, Ltd., 26, street. ett NEWCASTE-ON-TYNC. Established 1867. Jk. - OUR PRIZE
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
FOOD FOR CHICKENS.

FOOD FOR CHICKENS.

Here is a bill of fare for chicks one two weeks old. First meal, stale bread, brown for choice, which should be moistened with milk, with meat meal any minced meat and onion tops, fresh-cut grass, cress, etc., chopped fine, mixed in the soft food. Feed every two hours as much as
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
BTANNINGTON PARADE.

BTANNINGTON PARADE.

Lord Ridley has granted the use Blagdon Park for this year’s Stannington cyclists’ church parade. The Rev. H. Smythe, St. Hilda’s 1 , Newcastle, will conduct the service, and the Newcastle Tramways Band will accompany the singing under the leadership of Mr. McMaster.
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 

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EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AT ASHINGTON.

EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AT ASHINGTON.

ANOTHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL REQUIRED. The school managers in the Hirst district are having a struggle find sufficient room to accommodate the children who attend the various elementary schools, notwithstanding the fact that it is little more than six months ago since the new Hirst
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
“MONDAY MORNING DISEASE.”

“MONDAY MORNING DISEASE.”

Lymphangitis, commonly called “weed” or “Monday morning disease” because it is usually seen after the Sunday’s rest. It is disease of the lymphatic vessels, and usually confined to the hind legs, often only one. The local inflammation is preceded by shivering fits, lameness, and
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
TURNING OUT LIVE STOCK.

TURNING OUT LIVE STOCK.

Mistakes are sometimes made in connection with turning out live stock in the spring. date can be fixed for the change, whioh must depend upon the district, the quality of the land, and the nato*®. the., "season. The only safe rule is to wait until the pastures supply a full bite
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
REPORT ON SUCCESSFUL YEAR.

REPORT ON SUCCESSFUL YEAR.

The Clnb House NewbiK&m Golf Club wa« the venue of the annual meeting of the membere on Saturday evening. Mr. N. A. Lee presided aver a good attendance of the members. The annual report the secretary (Mr. W. Moore), stated that in the summer of last year one of the keenest suppo
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
BLYtH PORT SANITARY

BLYtH PORT SANITARY

AUTHORITY. The quarterly meeting the above authority waa held at the Bridge Street Office Tue£>da5 . There were present Messrs. 0. Hunter (chairman), D. Kelly, juru, T. Charlton, G. Baker, C. Barron, A. R. Tinwell, Dr. New stead. Dr. Fox, and G. Tynemouth; with Mr. H. T. Rutherf
1 May 1914 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England