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Town and Holiday Apartments ("'ORBRIDGE. Two Bedrooms. Sittingroom, Aa Furnished, to Let; bath, attendance; near bus. —Write Box 504, Journal.

Town and Holiday Apartments ("'ORBRIDGE. Two Bedrooms. Sittingroom, Aa Furnished, to Let; bath, attendance; near bus. —Write Box 504, Journal.

Official (preferred) and Family offered Board-Residence, large house, own grounds; garage; congenial company chief consideration; Low Fell district. —Write Box 494, Journal. DART Country House Vacant, furnished, garage, Newcastle, re fir gent-, cr couple,—Write Box M 520. Journa
14 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Machinery and Plant

Machinery and Plant

I A THE Wanted; 412" or Centre, Screw X* Cutting; also Shaping Machine.—Write Box 496. Journal. FURN. AND UNFUR. HOUSES TO LET— .NORTHALLEIITOX auctions limited EGARTH MART, NORTHALLERTON. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 14th. 1942. 60 COWS and HEIFERS in milk and calf. 350 STORE CATTLE of a
14 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GAUNLESS AUCTION MART

GAUNLESS AUCTION MART

THURSDAY. JANUARY 15th, 1942. USUAL WEEKLY SALE OF DAIRY COWS AND STORE CATTLE, Etc 50 to 60 Choice DAIRY COWS and HEIFERS. Calved and In-caiven. 100 to 150 Head* of Selected STORE CATTLE. CALVES, PIGS, Etc. SALE at 12.30 p.m. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24th, 1942. SHOW AND SALE OF HORSE
14 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TOKIO ADMISSION

TOKIO ADMISSION

The formation 20 I saw coming from the sea. Puffs of smoke among them showed how the anti-aircraft guns were getting the range. Then, as the formation started to break, British fighters completed the work One Japanese plane spun down, smoke pouring from its fuselage, until it hi
14 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PROTEST AT HIDEOUT JOBS

PROTEST AT HIDEOUT JOBS

Protests against the number of fit men and women of miilldttai-y age holding temporary jobs iln the Civil Service were made yesterday in London at a meeting of the executive council of the Association of ex-Service Civil Servants. These men and women earn between £250 and £l.OOO
14 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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M.P. Gives Raid

M.P. Gives Raid

Warning A warning that if raids start again we may expect some very unpleasant bombs was given by Willink. K.C.. M.P.. London Regional Commissioner for Rehousing of the Homeless, when he visited a London A.R.P. centre yesterday. hope our superiority is now such that we shall nev
14 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FEVERISH COLD When I have felt a cold coming on two Phensic* have done the trick.” London, 5.W.20. nUII I

FEVERISH COLD When I have felt a cold coming on two Phensic* have done the trick.” London, 5.W.20. nUII I

“Have never known Phensic fail. use it on all occasions for ’flu, colds and chi Us.” 5.M.8., Herts. CATARRHAL COLO "Have had more benefit from Phensic than from all other medicines I have been taking for years.” J.R., Co. Down. ’FLU COLD tablets have saved me a doctor’s bill.” A
14 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
M.P.’s NEW POST

M.P.’s NEW POST

Mr. George Isaacs, Labour M.P. for Southwark N.. President of the Printing and Kindred Trades Federation and Secretary of the National Society of Operative Printers and Assistants, succeeds Mr. R. Fletcher, one of the four new Labour Peers, as Parliamentary Private Secretary to
2 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Poles Took Part

Poles Took Part

The text of the Admiralty communique telling of this latest exploit is as follows; “Our light forces under the command of Rear Admiral L. H. K. Hamilton. D. 5.0., returned to-day from combined operations lasting several davs in the Lofoten Island, off the North Coast of Norway.
2 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PETA/N ASKS FOR UNITY

PETA/N ASKS FOR UNITY

ASKS FOR UNITY v Radio Royal Journal and * lh Mail” Listening Station Sr&ky-French Marshal Petain, £ personally to the French on the radio last night, said the war was extending its .r ,le s. outside the conflict, th" she the struggles of thLyations and she is interested in said.
2 January 1942 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England