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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
 
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
 
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
 

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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
 
DISPUTE ABOUT A GOLF-BALL PATENT.

DISPUTE ABOUT A GOLF-BALL PATENT.

The validity a patent granted l.iylor for his golf ball was challenged A. W Ltd., who claimed in the Division, yea'erday, the revocation owned by Charles Stewart Cox and A. and Bros., who made under it the . - ■'$ g'olf ball. The patentee in his specific his principal object was
27 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Sales LINGTON AUCTION MA SPECIAL STORE STOCK SALE. (THURSDAY), Jan. 28. 11 a.m. & POLLED BULLOCKS and HEIFERS, Ouv Various

Sales LINGTON AUCTION MA SPECIAL STORE STOCK SALE. (THURSDAY), Jan. 28. 11 a.m. & POLLED BULLOCKS and HEIFERS, Ouv Various

ages, including consignments from O. M. Beck. Westmorland; Patrick Mr John O'DonBell; Mr Patrick Hart; • Mr James O'Loan - ; Mr W. Heaney; Mr Sam McKie. Newcastle T. and I. jIAUGHAN and CO., LTD. QATESHEAD AUCTION MART. Weekly Prize Show and Sale Dairy Cows. FRIDAY FIRST, 29th.
27 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CANADIAN PACIFIC Direct Service from Great Britain to and through Canada BY FAST LUXURIOUS STEAMERS AND COMFORTABLE EXPRESS TRAINS. Special

CANADIAN PACIFIC Direct Service from Great Britain to and through Canada BY FAST LUXURIOUS STEAMERS AND COMFORTABLE EXPRESS TRAINS. Special

taken of Women and Children Emigrants. For further particular* apply— PACIFIC RAILWAY, 120, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, or Local Agents everywhere.
27 January 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TRAGEDY NEAR BRADFORD.

TRAGEDY NEAR BRADFORD.

GIRL SHOT BY HER LOVER, WHO COMMITS SUICIDE. Lily Bland, mill hand, aged was shot dead her loveT, John Pitts, in lane at Eccleshill, near Bradford, in the early hours Saturday,' Pitts afterwards turning the revolver himself, inflicting fatal injuries. The tragedy occurred near t
5 January 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England