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GERMAN MACHINEGUNS

GERMAN MACHINEGUNS

50,000 IN STOCK WHEN THE WAR BEGAN. TALKS WITH PRISONERS. INTERESTING STATEMENT BY "EYE-WITNESS." Press Bureau, p.m. The following descriptive account, which has been communicated by an Eve-Witness present with General Headquarters, continues and supplements the narrative publis
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TYNEDALE HUNT. Sir, —I can thoroughly endorse all that "A Fox-Hunting Farmer in Peace Time" says

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TYNEDALE HUNT. Sir, —I can thoroughly endorse all that "A Fox-Hunting Farmer in Peace Time" says

in his remarks on the above Hunt not paying fox damage claims in full this season. I think the Hunt ask too much of farmers when both the preservation of foxes is asked and non-payment damage, especially when the country, as a whole, is much over-stocked with foxes, and plenty o
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DISPOSAL OF TRADE WASTE.

DISPOSAL OF TRADE WASTE.

FINAL REPORT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION, The Royal Commission Sewage Disposal last night issued, their final report, a general summary of the conclusions and recommendations contained in the nine reports already submitted the result of an inquiry which has extended over a period of
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AUCTION MARTS.

AUCTION MARTS.

SALE OF GRAZING CATTLE AT HEXHAM. Ylexham Auction Mart Company, Ltd., entry of but the weather 12 lots were absent, and the aggregate numbered 123. "There wj? fair show heifers, and a keen competition Anything that had wintered well and was tabard condition made a great advance
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RAILWAY FACILITIES.

RAILWAY FACILITIES.

' QUESTION OF GOVERNMENT CONTROL. The question whether the Government abeollhrte control of the railway companies of the country under present conditions was raised in a eaae which came before the Railway and Canal Commissioners, yesterday. It was an application the and Cadeby M
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CYCLING.

CYCLING.

NATIONAL CYCLISTS' UNION. At the annual general meeting of tho National Cyclists' Union, the report of the Finance and Emergency Committee showed that notwithstanding the war, which had caused the annual meeting of champions to be abandoned, the Union had passed through a most e
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A Burberry ■Bieets the requirements 4rf wet or fine. Prie« Guineas. FENWICK, LTD. JTEWOASTLE-ON-TYNE.

A Burberry ■Bieets the requirements 4rf wet or fine. Prie« Guineas. FENWICK, LTD. JTEWOASTLE-ON-TYNE.

1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
QUALITY IK PIANOS. NEW MODELS COLLARS, From 38 Guineas Cash. OR BY DEFERRED PAYMENTS, Hare's Pianoforte Warehouse, 43 & 45,

QUALITY IK PIANOS. NEW MODELS COLLARS, From 38 Guineas Cash. OR BY DEFERRED PAYMENTS, Hare's Pianoforte Warehouse, 43 & 45,

GREY STREET. IT will Interest every man. It pictures the Collars that are proachably correct day and evening, and tells you what VALUE in collar means. Tfce Booklet free request. Sample collar (mention size), and the Booklet post free, 7d. I ANTHONY DONALD, COLLAR specialist. Gr
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Boys' Easter Wear. Bring Your Boys to us for their Suits. We can Clothe Them well, Inexpensively and in the

Boys' Easter Wear. Bring Your Boys to us for their Suits. We can Clothe Them well, Inexpensively and in the

Correct Style. [Large Selection of New Goods in the Most Durable Materials. The "PETER PAN" Suit The " HENLEY" Suit. For Boys 3to 7 years. For Boys Bto 11 years. STYLISH GARMENTS FOR BIGGER BOYS IN GREAT CHOICE. TAILORS OUTFITTERS, 23-31, GRAINGER ST., WEWCASTLE-OM-TTME. Also LO
1 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GOSSIP OF THE WAR.

GOSSIP OF THE WAR.

pßatlg Estab. 1711. TWO MORE "JOHN JELLICOES." Lady Jelliooe. wife of Sir John Je.lieoe, the Admiral of the Grand Fleet, had an amusing experience Saturday when she made a round of visits to the Women's War Clubs Cardiff, where the wives of soldiers and sailors meet for social i
30 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England