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A MAN FROM BURBERRYS AT FENWICKS. '

A MAN FROM BURBERRYS AT FENWICKS. '

3 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Sales Anction. ON FRIDAY FIRST, MARCH STH. NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. ROBERT DON KIN, LTD.'S SALE OF 8 HORSES, Also CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c.,

Sales Anction. ON FRIDAY FIRST, MARCH STH. NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. ROBERT DON KIN, LTD.'S SALE OF 8 HORSES, Also CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c.,

AT MESSRS STEPHENSON'S LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, NEWGATE STREET, AT TWO O'CLOCK P.M. Detailed in " Newcastle Journal" To-morrow (Thursday), and in Ist Edition of Catalogue (now issue). Office, Rothbury. NORTHUM BRRLAND. THURSDAY, MARCH 16th. 1916. M NEWHAM HALL. 1 mile from NEWHAM S
3 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Weather To-day: Fair fine first, then leas fettled. Motorists, Light «* 6^41. A New Kind of BURBERRY A SOUP KITCHEN

Weather To-day: Fair fine first, then leas fettled. Motorists, Light «* 6^41. A New Kind of BURBERRY A SOUP KITCHEN

FOR THE FRONT. Our illustration of a new kind "Burberry"'— a motor soup kitchen, which Burberry?, of Haymarket, have presented the Red Cross Society. The kitphen, which will invaluable for supplying hot soup, coffee, and other restoratives right a.t the front, is made to a speci
3 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LATEST WEATHER g y London. J* fJ»i« 0 1. England. N.E, part).~Fair then less settled; 6011 f{ * moderate temperature*

LATEST WEATHER g y London. J* fJ»i« 0 1. England. N.E, part).~Fair then less settled; 6011 f{ * moderate temperature*

2. England, N.E. (S. part).—Sai« e ' *»« 3. England, N.W.—Unsettled, ,t " te! first; fairer later; mode" 4. Scotland, E.— No- 1*
3 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SOLDIERS" STORIES.

SOLDIERS" STORIES.

CAVALRY BRIGADE IN A HOT CORNER. MAGNIFICENT COURAGE. Two brothers, whose home in Wiltshire village,-are the same cavalry negiment the front, and on© them wrote to their parents on Sept. 14. The letter, which appears in the Morning Post, to the early part of the battle of the wh
3 October 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BATTLE OF THE AISNE.

BATTLE OF THE AISNE.

WOUNDED SOLDIERS ARRIVE IN NEWCASTLE. The second batch of -wounded soldiers from the front arrived in an ambulance train at the Newcastle Central Station, last night, from Southampton. and were conveyed to the military hospital at Armstrong 1 College. The streets of the city rou
3 October 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE GUARDIANS.

NEWCASTLE GUARDIANS.

APPOINTMENT OF COTTAGE HOMES SUPERINTENDENT. meeting the Newcastle Board Guardian* was held at the offices in Pilgrim Street last night. Mr Edward Lonsdale presided, and those present were Messrs J. C. Doyle, the Rev James Jack, John Davidson, John T. F. Wilson, J. Megcran Middl
3 October 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PREMIER AND THE WAR

PREMIER AND THE WAR

ELOQUENT SPEECH AT CARDIFF. SANCTITY OF TREATIES EMPHASISED. WHAT GERMANY WANTED. Mr Asquith last night addressed a recruiting meeting in the Street Skating Rink, Cardiff. There were present between seven and eight thousand people, representative of all classes of the community.
3 October 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MOTOR TRANSPORT. VANS, LORRIES, frc.. (o suit all Trades. The Light STANDARD 5 Cwt. Van ...£lB5 „ HP. iIOVER Ton

MOTOR TRANSPORT. VANS, LORRIES, frc.. (o suit all Trades. The Light STANDARD 5 Cwt. Van ...£lB5 „ HP. iIOVER Ton

Van 275 „ 119 ARROL-JOHNSTON Ton Van 285 „ 25 H.P. OVERLAND 12 Van 250 „ 15-9 ARROL-JOHNSTON 15 Cwt. Van 325 „ ARROL-JOHNSTON LORRY 535 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. PARTICULARS POST FREE. SEVERAL SECOND-HAND VANS VERY CHEAP. ROSSLEIGH, Limited, Teis.,"Rossieigh.* Northumberland Road, Pho
3 October 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Buckingham Palace, Friday. The King inspected the troops in the North Midland Division and Second London Division to-day. The Hon. A. Nelson Hood, Treasurer the Queen, represented Her Majesty at the funeral of MdJle. Helena Brioka, which took place ait Golders Green Cemetery to-
19 September 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England