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LIGHTS ON TARIFF REFORM

LIGHTS ON TARIFF REFORM

LIGHTS TARIFF REFORM TEXTILE PROFITS IN GERMANY. The Manchester Guardian of June 17th says: "The number of German joint-stock companies in the textile industry whose balance-sheets for the past year have now been issued is 127. The total capital represented is £11,441,000, agains
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR

COURT CIRCULAR

Buckingham Palaoe, Wednesday. Prince Alexander of Teok visited the Queen today, and remained to luncheon. The Queen, accompanied Prince Alexander of Teck, visited the Duchess of Albany and the Duke and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha at Claremont, Esher, this afternoon. The Pri
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MUNICIPAL TREASURERS.

MUNICIPAL TREASURERS.

LORD MAYOR'S RECEPTION TO INSTITUTE DELEGATES. • In connection with the 29th annual general meeting of the Institute of Municipal Treasurers and Accountants, to opened this morning in the Connaught Hall, Blackett Street, Newcastle, the Lord Mayor of the city (Mr Johnstone Wallac
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UNIONIST GARDEN PARTY.

UNIONIST GARDEN PARTY.

INTERESTING CRICKET MATCH AT NORTH SHIELDS. An enjoyable social gathering took place in the Preston Avenue cricket field, North Shields, yesterday, under the auspices of the Borough of Tynemouth Junior Unionist Association, the proceedings taking the form of a garden party. Ther
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE ROYAL SHOW.

THE ROYAL SHOW.

TEAM DRIVING AND JUMPING PRIZE-WIN NEKS. A BRIEF THUNDERSTORM. The second day of the Royal Show Shrewsbury opened in a further blaze of sunshine, and brief thunderstorm about three o'clock came as a welcome relief to patrons of the show. A popular innovation were new classes for
2 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE WOOL TRADE.

THE WOOL TRADE.

OUTLOOK FOR THE NEW ENGLISH CLIP. PROSPECTS FAVOURABLE. (From Expert Correspondent.) The time of the year has come round for the marketing of the new English clip, and naturally both growers, merchants, and users are all rousing themselves up, speak, order that they may gain som
30 May 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Jerrold once gave his opinion that epitaph should not consist, of than two words, including the name. Charles Knight thereupon

Jerrold once gave his opinion that epitaph should not consist, of than two words, including the name. Charles Knight thereupon

handed pencil and paper to and begged him to write his (Knight's) epitaph. Jerrold took the paper and wrote ".Good Night.-
30 May 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MERCANTILE MARINE.

MERCANTILE MARINE.

TOPICS OF INTEREST TO SEAFARERS. "GREYHOUND" GRAIN SHIPS. It is a great pity that members of Parliament ■who are obvious "land-lubbers" cannot leave the discussion of Mercantile Marine affairs to people ■who at least know something of their subject. An instance of the* impossibl
30 May 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A hearty laugh had gone almost around over the story of the fisherman who, locate the plaoe the lake where

A hearty laugh had gone almost around over the story of the fisherman who, locate the plaoe the lake where

he had good luck, cut a nick in the of his boat. " Almost around," for Jones sat solemn and silent. About five minutes later, however, awoke w:th roar of laughter, and when asked the trouble, replied, "Well, wouldn't it a corking good joke if that fisherman got boat the next tim
30 May 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AN APPALLING DISASTER.

AN APPALLING DISASTER.

One* more shipping calamity of appalling magnitude has to recorded. It just over two years since the Titanic sank, after collision with an iceberg, and on that occasion more than fifteen hundred lives were lost. The disaster to the Empress Ireland has been less fatal, but seems
30 May 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England