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LOSE OP VOICE.

LOSE OP VOICE.

Waterloo Foundry, Carlisle. January 29tb, 1883. Dear Slr.-Aboot three year* a«o 1 very illness, which reeulled In lots of voice (the vocal chorda Nine months ago 1 was Induced try one of your Magnetic Throat Protectors. The result Is a complete restoration of voice. You may make
7 February 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UVER COMPLAINT.

UVER COMPLAINT.

Whitehall Road, OaUsbeid, Sent 2hit, 1332. Dear Sir,—Something like two years ago I suffered very niuth from my liver, and tried everything that recommended get relief, bat all pnrooae. might get momentary relief after does two. but only for a time. resolved to try one of your b
7 February 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The bankruptcy act. issu.—in County Court of Nortbußbartaod. bolclen at Nawcaallo. —ln (be matter of proceeding* for liquidation by nrraarcmeot

The bankruptcy act. issu.—in County Court of Nortbußbartaod. bolclen at Nawcaallo. —ln (be matter of proceeding* for liquidation by nrraarcmeot

or compoeition with creditor* iosMtatad DAVID FHATER of Hothbury, In the county of Northsmberiaad, joiner aud builder. Thom*.9 On.Liana of Crow Home Chamber*, Newcaetle-epocTyn*. chartered accountant, has been ;appointed trustee the property of debtor. All bar lost tbeir possesa
6 March 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SERIOUS CASE OF INTIMIDATION.

SERIOUS CASE OF INTIMIDATION.

At Uic South Stockton Police Court yesterday, John Mustard, bottlomaker on strike, was brought up In custody charged with iotlaxidatiog Thomas Cuoningham, •o-callcd "black-leg” bottlemakcr. About 12 o'clock on Saturday night the prisoner went to the prosecutor's bouse, within th
23 January 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
and Son SOUTH SBICLDS, STEAMERS. DECK, CAfiQI. STOSSSi CKLMMBATKP POP MBQOITfi. Bd P»rCwt. >N AND 3BS. C.LAZII HTabw 68, CLATTON

and Son SOUTH SBICLDS, STEAMERS. DECK, CAfiQI. STOSSSi CKLMMBATKP POP MBQOITfi. Bd P»rCwt. >N AND 3BS. C.LAZII HTabw 68, CLATTON

waor, n»wv ATO at AiSWiCK. KEATINO COUGH LOZENGES An trrr iacnmax mit yeara. RATINGS GOUGH LOZEKOKS. The Beat tef«* tar CuCOHr-. —d the Throat EA'i'INCJ’S COUGH to btady im tha poctrt.
6 March 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TIT* LAKX DISTDJOT BAIZ.WAT BILL.

TIT* LAKX DISTDJOT BAIZ.WAT BILL.

On the motion for the second reading of the and Butter-mere Railway Bill, Lord MOUNT TEMPLE moved the rejection the bill, Arguing that the proposed taflwsj would create eyesore in one of the moat beautiful parts of the Lake districts, and that was not really required the inhabit
6 March 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CABINET COUNCIL.

CABINET COUNCIL.

The Cabinet Council, which was held yesterday, was an long sitting, meeting two o’clock and not rising until a quarter past four. Lord Spencer was the only member of the Cabinet not present.
6 March 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
■\rORTU-EIA6TERN RAILWAY.—To Painters. Director* aro receirc TENDERS for PAINTING THE STATION Ac., on the Patov and South Shields Branch. Specification,

■\rORTU-EIA6TERN RAILWAY.—To Painters. Director* aro receirc TENDERS for PAINTING THE STATION Ac., on the Patov and South Shields Branch. Specification,

qaantltitw, and farther may obtained application nr K. C. Harr Lon, the Company's distriot eoKiaccr. Newcastle tm-Trne, op 12th Instant. Sealed Tenders, marked Tender for Patotiog." to eest to the Secretary, at York, not later than Wednesday, the laataot. The Directors not bind
6 March 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE THROAT AND EAR HOSPITAL

NEWCASTLE THROAT AND EAR HOSPITAL

The uiQa*l meeting of the Throat and Car Hospital was held within the walls of the isstitotion in Clayton t'treet Eatt, jester* day. the Mayor (Mr T. O. Gibson) presiding. The Re» Joseph Slack read the annual report as follows:—*' committee, for the convenience of the Sunday Hos
23 January 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ELECTION NEWS;

ELECTION NEWS;

Bridpo:: correspondent tays: Considerable political intettsk has been excited here the completion of canvass the Hon. C. cbtanc Eaillic, xoa of Lord Lamington, the recently cV.tun Conservative candidate. A canvas* this stage suggest* generally accepted rumour that Warton, hLr.,
23 January 1883 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England