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WRECK AT SOUTHPORT.

WRECK AT SOUTHPORT.

WRECK SOUTHPORT. Yesterday morning, barque, laden with salt, which left Liverpool tome days ago, went ashore few miles from Southport. The crew were saved. The coast is strewn with wreckage and cargoes wrecked vessels.
29 January 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NCMBROUS APPLICATIONS HAVE ALREADY BEEN

NCMBROUS APPLICATIONS HAVE ALREADY BEEN

RECEIVED. The LIST will CLOSE on Thursday, the Inst., for Town, and Friday, the 23rd lost for the Country. Special attention Is invited to the following points:— 1. Wheal Castle la situated la one of the richest dis- trtets West Cornwall 2. Adjacent mines hare returned about X 5
20 February 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOSE OF VOICE.

LOSE OF VOICE.

Waterloo Foundry, Carlisle, £9ib, 1383. Dear Sir,—About three years s|o had very severe illness, which reealted in loss of voice (the vocal chords were paralysed.) Nine months ago 1 was Induced to try one of your Magnetic Throat Protectors The result complete restoration of voic
20 February 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A TIKDALL'? SALES WEniraB P*MuiEEBpMic>Mn»t l a«.<W ' .."nn AUCTION MAKT, BKNFEKLDSIDBL (Clo»* Coßxott SUtion, K.K.R) TL« FORTNIOHTLT SAMS OoUl*.

A TIKDALL'? SALES WEniraB P*MuiEEBpMic>Mn»t l a«.<W ' .."nn AUCTION MAKT, BKNFEKLDSIDBL (Clo»* Coßxott SUtion, K.K.R) TL« FORTNIOHTLT SAMS OoUl*.

Erne*, Conroyoncw. Hamesa, &c, will held Mon del Pebnmry 26Ui, I (/dock. . NICHOLSON MtTREAT. Crown and Thistle Aoetta Yard, MR JOHN RIDDELL begs that bis next WEEKLY SALE wllTbeboWon 21tb Feb., IM3. at two o’clock prompt, when will expo*® for SALK about FORTY MORSKS. COBS, and
20 February 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
"VTORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY.—To Builder*. —The Director! are prepared receive TENDERS for out ADDITIONS and IMPROVEMENTS the PAS- ,> GEE STATION Lane.

"VTORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY.—To Builder*. —The Director! are prepared receive TENDERS for out ADDITIONS and IMPROVEMENTS the PAS- ,> GEE STATION Lane.

Plans and specification may be seen, farther Information obtained, on application to Mr Wm. RelS. the Company’s Architect, Newcastle, from the Inst. Quantities supplied on personal application, to parties Tendering for the whole the works. Sealed Tenders, marked “Tender for Addi
20 February 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE AT BRISTOL.

CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE AT BRISTOL.

CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE BRISTOL. faPEECH LOUD PERCY. Bristol, To-day, the annual Conference of the National Union Conservative ancl Constitutional Associations was held the Royal Hotel, Bristol, when there was attendance of delegates from London, Manchester, Liverpool, Dublin, Ne
15 November 1882 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NORTH OF ENGLAND IRON TRADE.

THE NORTH OF ENGLAND IRON TRADE.

THE NORTH ENGLAND IRON TRADE. Middlesbrough, Tuesday. The iron maiket to day was well attended, but business was again quiet, though there was rather more doing than at last Tuesday's market. The prices show very little change, and makers generally base quotations upon 6d No. 3,
15 November 1882 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DURHAM CATHEDRAL MUSIC TO-DAY. Morning, Service—Ouseley flat. a. m. Anthem—" for me."—Wesley. Evening, f Service—Ouseley in E fiat. D p.m.

DURHAM CATHEDRAL MUSIC TO-DAY. Morning, Service—Ouseley flat. a. m. Anthem—" for me."—Wesley. Evening, f Service—Ouseley in E fiat. D p.m.

1 Anthem—" Raise '.he psalm."—Armes. COR POND ENTS. Cuminvnications intended for insertion should s>s aJ2rc-.'c3 !•» Editor." No notice can be of anonymous communications. Whatevei is intended for insertion must be authenticated hy tlia' name and address the writor, not necessar
15 November 1882 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AMERICA FROM THE TYNE. ONE WEEK ONLY. FALL RIVER LINE OF STEAMERS. THE S.S. BRISTOL Will start from the Tyne

AMERICA FROM THE TYNE. ONE WEEK ONLY. FALL RIVER LINE OF STEAMERS. THE S.S. BRISTOL Will start from the Tyne

Theatre on Monday, November 13th, and every Night during the Week; also on Saturday Morning at 2 o'clock. Fares 3s, 2s, Is, and 6d. Places should be booked Hare's Music Warelioise, Grey Street. fTVYNE STEAM SHIPPING JL COMPANY (LIMITED.) Sailing arrangements from Newcastle, unle
15 November 1882 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LATEST WEATHER REPORT. (Faoir Meteorological Pepatitment.) FOUICCASTS. Tuesday, 8 f.ji. 0. Scotland, Southerly and so. easterly winds, fresh-1. Scotland, E

LATEST WEATHER REPORT. (Faoir Meteorological Pepatitment.) FOUICCASTS. Tuesday, 8 f.ji. 0. Scotland, Southerly and so. easterly winds, fresh-1. Scotland, E

cning; weather cold, but probably fair. 2. England, N. 15....') 3. England, E. | South-easterly to easterly winds, strong 4. Mid. Counties ... J- to a gale ; cold, raiv, with of fa. England, S., and | colli wet snow. Channel ) 6. Scotland, W Same 0 it: 11. 7. England, N.W.,) and
15 November 1882 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England