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FATAL FALL AT TYNEMOUTH.

FATAL FALL AT TYNEMOUTH.

INQUEST UPON A SOLDIER IN NEWCASTLE. Mr Alfred. Appleby, city coroner, held. An inquest at the Central Polioe Station, Newcastle, last night respecting the death of John Godfrey (26), a gunner in the Royal Garrison Artillery, who died at the Military Hospital, Newcastle, on Tues
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BERWICK'S OLDEST OFFICIAL.

BERWICK'S OLDEST OFFICIAL.

MR STEPHEN SANDERSON & THE HARBOUR CLERKSHIP. Mr Stephen Sanderson, D.L., The Elms, Berwick-upon-Tweed, has resigned his position as Clerk Berwick Harbour Commission, an office which he has held for 47 years. Mr Sanderson, who is 85 vears of age, is the son of George Sanderson,
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEW IRISH SOLICITOR-GENERAL.

NEW IRISH SOLICITOR-GENERAL.

Mr James O'Connor. K.C., has been appointed the vacant office of Solicitor-General for Ireland. Etiquette-books are like cookery-books— very few are practical. Really good cooks keep their secrets. Perhaps they could not impart them. Certainly they do not wish to.—Spectator. The
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE FREE CHURCHES.

THE FREE CHURCHES.

o : DIVINITY DEGREES AT DURHAM UNIVERSITY. _ MEETING IN NEWCASTLE. The midsummer meeting of Ike Durham and Northumberland Council of the Federation of Evangelical Free Churches was held in the Free Church Hall, Lisle Street, Newcastle, yesterday afternoon. Major McGill, of Bisho
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OBITUARY. MR EDMUND PAYNE, COMEDIAN. Mr Edmund Payne, tbe well-known comedian, died in London, yesterday afternoon. He was born in

OBITUARY. MR EDMUND PAYNE, COMEDIAN. Mr Edmund Payne, tbe well-known comedian, died in London, yesterday afternoon. He was born in

1865. He first appeared in pantomime as snowball at the Corn Exchange, Market Harborough, and within the first minute his appearance on the stage nearly lost his life. super pushed him on from the wings, so that lost his balance and rolled into tbe footlights, setting fire to th
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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NEWS OF THE NORTH.

NEWS OF THE NORTH.

NEWCASTLE AXImGATESHEAD. A Gateshead Assault* Case. At Gateshead Police Court, yesterday, West, young man, remand with having assaulted a girl aged five years June 26. denied the charge, buttwas committed for trial the Assizes. Roval Victoria Infirmary. The financial secretary (
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

MATCHES CONCLUDED. Kent defeated Gloucestershire at Gloucestershire by seven wickets. Oxford University collapsed badly their second inning* at Lord's yesterday, and .M.C.C. w'on easily 227 runs. A heavy storm saved I,ancashire from defeat at the hands of Warwickshire Birmingham
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Sales by Aeftion. OTH BUR Y" AUCTION MART. (Established 1871.) ROBERT DONKIN AND SON, AUCTIOITEERS Pboprietobs. FIRST LAMB SALE, THURSDAY,

Sales by Aeftion. OTH BUR Y" AUCTION MART. (Established 1871.) ROBERT DONKIN AND SON, AUCTIOITEERS Pboprietobs. FIRST LAMB SALE, THURSDAY,

JULY 23rd. NOTICE OF CONSIGNMENTS {FROM BREEDERS) HLNVLTEB NOT LATER THAN ONE WEEK BEFORE SALE TO ENSURE INCLUSION IN CATALOGUES TO BUYERS. TELEGRAMS': DONKIN TELEPHONE. No. 14 ADDRESS; ROTHBURY. 1914, NEWCASTLE L'PON-TYN E. Messrs r. do n"k.in and son's NEXT SALE OF HORSES ITES
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Circumstances have broad backs, and can bear the blame of the world without being altered A moment's mistake, fa'ce decision,

Circumstances have broad backs, and can bear the blame of the world without being altered A moment's mistake, fa'ce decision,

a fatal hesitation, are misfortunes which may occur to the least commonplace of men. —Spectator.
5 January 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UNIONIST AGENTS & THE WAR

UNIONIST AGENTS & THE WAR

pfTl®' Appended is a list of Conservative 6 in H.M. Forees:— Devon.—Honibon: H. E. Townsend, J, Battalion Royal Fusiliers; Barnstaple : ' , r Forster Lieut., R.G.A.; Totnes: Royal Engineers; South Molton: F. 0- f. Private, National Reserve. Somerset.— Morrish, Sergeant, South Mi
27 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England