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CHINA FLEET TO STAY

CHINA FLEET TO STAY

Refuting recent rumours the British naval authorities at Hong Kong stated yesterday that the British China Fleet has no intentions of leaving China waters.—Reuter.
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
R N I S II E I)

R N I S II E I)

N I S E MI-y I L L A ;135 FOR JE62-10-0 commend all Interested in a» FURNISHING BARGAIN M> SPECT THIS HOME. KINGS, CARPETS, and UPH' TO NEW Condition, comprisi '-finished rich Burr Walnut siae ’Robe with detachable mte 5, superbly designed Dressing Ti mirror, oi-nt.’s Dep salve F
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THEATRE

THEATRE

TOP OP PILGRIM STREET FARY— R.A.F. TRAINING. THE FRENCH AIR FORCE. ANTI-TANK GUN PRACTICE. touring cine-shows for evacuees TURKISH MILITARY MISSION. tURE— WHIPSNADE ZOO. SWIMMING AND DIVING. ■CIALITY“B RITAIN PEACE AND PROPAGANDA.” COLOUR“THE RIVER THAMES.” and 1/. Daily from 10
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
auction engagements THIS DAY

auction engagements THIS DAY

auction sales 12 Berwick. —A. Veitoh ■''' 13 noon Bishop Auckland— Linsley and ValKs ••• Wolsingham.—Wolsin*ham & W a noon Auction Mart Co FARM STOCK SALES Westerhope (Highfield). —Iveson & HORSES 12 Bishop Auckland. —Linsley and vaiss ... & Walton—
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WHEN TO DIG UP YOUR LAWN

WHEN TO DIG UP YOUR LAWN

By F.R.H.S. AS a rational contribution to our food supply, many people will be thinking of cultivating the pleasure grounds with potatoes and vegetables. Compared with average grassland and arable on farms, the soil is likely most cases to be on the poor side. It will definitely
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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HAPPY TO GO

HAPPY TO GO

But he was happy to go, just as I was happy to go 25 years ago. He is a reserved youngster, not apt to express his emotions fluently: but he had been fretting ever since September 3 because his unit was equipped with obsolescent maohines that made the boy inoperative.” Now he ha
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GERMAN LOSSES

GERMAN LOSSES

Referring to German casualties, Hitler said: “As I am now' about to give you the number of our dead and wounded, I ask you to rise. If this number is scarcely five per cent, of the total which we feared at the beginning of the campaign, w'e must not forget that every single man
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RQKER RUHR

RQKER RUHR

(JNDERLAND F.C. P been informed t , ',' liberty to play for b but not for non-leagi igue clubs, the plaje.s bded, would cover them Dsation injured. CARD
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DOG RESULTS AT THREE LOCAL TRACKS Favourites Have a Bad Day Backers of favourites fared badly at the greyhound track

DOG RESULTS AT THREE LOCAL TRACKS Favourites Have a Bad Day Backers of favourites fared badly at the greyhound track

meetings held yesterday. Results are as follow; Brough Park Few favourites were successful at Newcastle Stadium yesterday but sport was always interesting. 5 (5(20 yards). —DICK'S PROSPECT (5), 1; Really Awkward (4), 2. llg lengths; 31 80. Betur.g' 7-4 Michommy (2), DICK'S PROSP
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ÜBIQUE

ÜBIQUE

Bank 'Olborn Banka penny all the way (R.K.) This is “Snaffles” latest proof in colour and depicts a gun team in tropical dress. Framed complete, 3 guineas. have also few scarce war subjects at the moment which we should be pleased to show anyone interested. Mawson, Swan & Morgan
7 October 1939 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England