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MINING SHAKE LIST, July 12. Messrs Watson Brothers, Mining Offices, Bt. Michael’s Alley, CcmhiU, London. Market moderately active for East

MINING SHAKE LIST, July 12. Messrs Watson Brothers, Mining Offices, Bt. Michael’s Alley, CcmhiU, London. Market moderately active for East

Grenville, Marke Valley. Ea**t Lovell, Van Consols, and Australian United. Pacific, Chimt des, Tankervilles, and Cook’s Kitchen freely offered at a reduction. Cuiverton Moor. 4, Cook's Kitchen, 19, 1 Drakewalls 2:, East Carsdon, EattLovtU. 15, 36. East heal (;>»>nvil!e, 3}, Grea
13 July 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Business done i 6* 37| I 121 J i 14 694 134 34 404 4 13 1284 7| 4 90

Business done i 6* 37| I 121 J i 14 694 134 34 404 4 13 1284 7| 4 90

4 514 1294 84 98 36 5{ 1424 24 614 74 4
13 July 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
J. H. T. RICHARDSON, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, 13, DEAN STREET, NEWCASTLE. t-W For our lAxt see fourth pane.

J. H. T. RICHARDSON, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, 13, DEAN STREET, NEWCASTLE. t-W For our lAxt see fourth pane.

13 July 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GREAT FLOODS IN SCOTLAND

GREAT FLOODS IN SCOTLAND

GREAT FLOODS SCOTLAND On Monday a thunderstorm passed over Forfarshire, and in Brechin the burns were flooded, and the water rushed into the houses. The same storm swept over the counties of Kincardine and Aberdeen, and great deal of damage was done to property. The crops suffere
13 July 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUNDERLAND,

SUNDERLAND,

Arrivals, July 12. —Prospect, Inverness; Samson, Aberdeen; Chipcbase, s, Hamburg; Murton Castle, Montrose; Maria, St. Yazaire; Star, and Elizabeth, Findhorn; Saxon, Montrose; Violet, Dundee; Martha. Ostend; Luck All, Holy Island; Margaret, Arbroath; Albert, Nantes; Mine, Inverne
13 July 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BENTON EAST FARM

BENTON EAST FARM

MR MOSES PYE has received instructions from Mr Thomas Jamieson (who declining fanning) to t-H.L AUCTION, on the above-named farm, on Monday, July 25th, 187U, the FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, *c , comprising H ORSES, Ac. horses, two year old short-hom steers, fat cow, young bull, 1
13 July 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
26 9 ... 23 6 ... 11 2 33 0 ... 28 6 ... 13 8

26 9 ... 23 6 ... 11 2 33 0 ... 28 6 ... 13 8

26 9 ... 23 6 ... 11 33 0 ... 28 6 ... 13 8 Harrogate, Hull Ist and 2nd Class passengers with through tickets tra' any through tram, ami may break the journey at Manche* Fleetwood. 3rd Class jtassengers travel by 3rd Class train RETURN TICKETS are available for one mouth, i.e., a
13 July 1870 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE TYNEMOUTH ELECTION COMMISSION.

THE TYNEMOUTH ELECTION COMMISSION.

The three Commissioners-Messrs. Dawson, Vaughan and Hurrell, appointed to enquire into the alleged corrupt practices at the elections for the of rynemonth, resumed their investigations Monday last the Town Hall, North Shields, at ten o clock in the forenoon Two publicans, named
3 December 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HEXHAM TURNPIKE ROAD.—The NEXT MEETING ofthe Trustees of this Road will bo held at the Court House, Hexham, Tuesday the

HEXHAM TURNPIKE ROAD.—The NEXT MEETING ofthe Trustees of this Road will bo held at the Court House, Hexham, Tuesday the

Bay of December, 1853, at the Hour of Eleven o'Clock the Forenoon. At this Meeting the Draft of the Bill for the Renewal of the Term of the existing Act for the Repair of this Road, will be submitted to the Trustees for Consideration.—By Order, JOHN RUDDOCK, Clerk. Hexham, 30th
3 December 1853 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE DRAWING SCHOOL AT ALNWICK CASTLE.

THE DRAWING SCHOOL AT ALNWICK CASTLE.

One of - the most interesting institutions that has sprung in connection with the magnificent works now in progress at Alnwick Castle is the drawing school which has been established by His Grace the Duke of Northumberland for the carvers, plasterers, joiners, masons, and smiths
26 March 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England