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Manchester Conifer AND Xancashire General advertiser Head Offices: 12, CANNON STREET, MANCHESTER. Telephones: Manchester Editorial \ _. Private Branch Commercial/

Manchester Conifer AND Xancashire General advertiser Head Offices: 12, CANNON STREET, MANCHESTER. Telephones: Manchester Editorial \ _. Private Branch Commercial/

7224 Clty - Exchange London Offices and Special Wire Room 60, FLEET STREET, E.C. Loadon Telephone : Holborn, 193.
30 September 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Austrian Defeacie. RUSSIANS’DESTRUCTIVE PURSUIT

Austrian Defeacie. RUSSIANS’DESTRUCTIVE PURSUIT

29 September 1914 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
SEVERE FIGHTING IN BELGIUM.

SEVERE FIGHTING IN BELGIUM.

AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. Thirty-five thousand refugees have arrived Ghent from Alost which has been re-occupied by 80,000 German troops. The Belgian forces marching on BrueWs have come in contact with the enemy.— Central News War Special. ZEPKLIN ATTACKS IN BELGIUM. AMSTERDAM; Tuesda
29 September 1914 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S LONDON PRESS COMMENTS.

TO-DAY'S LONDON PRESS COMMENTS.

Position of the Germans. The Times, discussing the battle situation, says: The reasons why the Germans to cling their entrenchments are obvious. They have a long way to fall back to the next suitable line, and may only be able to do at heavy and perhaps disastrous oost. A far mo
29 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MR LLOYD GEORGE'S APPEAL

MR LLOYD GEORGE'S APPEAL

The the Exchequer's fiery eloquence has never been employed a better cause than was yesterday, when he went Cardiff address a great meeting Welsh people, and to impress upon the Principality generally its duty in this hour national crisis. England, Scotland, Ireland—they are all
30 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WAR SIDELIGHTS.

WAR SIDELIGHTS.

The IJev Lancelot J. Wilkinson, M.A., vicar Satley, near Lancliester, for twelve years chaplain the Northumberland Fusiliers, and brother to Major Wilkinson, commanding' the depot of the 6th Bat. Durham Light Infantry at Bishop Auckland, baa received a telegram calling upon him
30 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE ULSTER VOLUNTEERS.

THE ULSTER VOLUNTEERS.

Camps Inspected by Mr Bonar Law and Sir Edward Carson. Mr Bonar Law and Sir Edward Carson, yesterday, inspected the military camps now formed Ballykinder and Donard, near Newcastle, 00. Down, where between 5,000 and 6,000 members of the Ulster Volunteer Force, now attached to th
30 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

QUAYSIDE AND RIVER. NEWCASTLE QUAY. TUESDAY. A FEATURELESS COAL MARKET. Coal Market continues very quiet and. for Che most part, featureless. There no material increase in the volume of business, but inquiries certainly better, especially for the best qualities Durham coal and f
30 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

FROM THE EXCHANGE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Tuesday. Bank Bills, Post Moratorium Two months per cent. Three months ... per cent. Four months per cent. Six months per cent. Day-to-day Loans 2 percent. Bank Rate (Augusts, 1914) 5 per cent. a year ago (April 17, 1913) per cent. Money cont
30 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TRAWLERS IN THE NORTH SEA.

TRAWLERS IN THE NORTH SEA.

PROHIBITION OF NEUTRALS. Notice has been issued by the Naval authorities Grimsby that, on and from to-morrow, no neutral trawlers will be allowed to enter fish from ports on the East Coast. They may, however, fish from the West Coast of England. embargo will affect large number
30 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England