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DEATHS FROM THE HEAT. Two deaths from the intense heat are reported from Swansea and district.

DEATHS FROM THE HEAT. Two deaths from the intense heat are reported from Swansea and district.

1 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IN CAMP AT BUDDON.

IN CAMP AT BUDDON.

IN CAMP BUDDON. Lieut.-General Sir H. C. 0. Plumer, Commanderin-Chief, Northern Command, paid visit to the camp of the Northumbrian, North Riding 1 R.G.A., from Middlesbrough, and the Durham" Battery, R.G.A., from Sunderland, at Buddon, near Dundee, yesterday. The inspecting offi
1 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DEATH OF LORD WEMYSS. This morning's announoes that Lord Wemyss died last night at his London residence, St- James's Place.

DEATH OF LORD WEMYSS. This morning's announoes that Lord Wemyss died last night at his London residence, St- James's Place.

Lord Wemyss, who was in his year, hsd been confined his bed for ten was on Monday reported to be slightly betier, but last evening a relapse occurred, and he died at, e.glit o'clock. Lady Wemyss was present. Lord whose public career covered a period of 73 years, played a part in
1 July 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PUBLIC EYE.

THE PUBLIC EYE.

• - . ■:o:■ SKETCHES OF NOTABILITIES IN THE NORTH. COLONEL R. SAXTON WHITE. Thau Coloucl R. Saxton White, "who has junt had conferred upon him lie distinction of vicepresidency of the Institution of Naval Architects, there are few better known figures in shipbuilding and enginee
13 April 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NORTH COUNTRY NOTES.

NORTH COUNTRY NOTES.

Mr David Lewars, Newcastle, 1 ' day his year of association with y, of Sir William Angus, Sanderson, and C<j nl Of recent years Mr Lewars has not active part he filled for long over half with the Angus coach-building firm in jp gate Road, but his experience wood for coach-buildi
13 April 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SHOP ASSISTANTS.

SHOP ASSISTANTS.

conference at LEICESTER. system condemned. wage and reduction OF del «?a.tes attended the 23rd annual the National Amalgamated Assistants, Warehousemen, and vili opened at Leicester yesterday, & to-dav. The ion now has j th« ! f ab °ut 88,000. 11 " Pinder ' tke retiring presij h
13 April 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE CATHEDRAL.

NEWCASTLE CATHEDRAL.

NEW BELLS DEDICATED BY THE VICAR. An interesting ceremony took place in the Newcastle Cathedral Belfry yesterday morning, when the Vicar (Canon Gougli) dedicated two new bells. The bells, which complete the full peal of twelve, are the gift of Mr and Mrs W. Lister Newcombe, of N
13 April 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A RUBY WEDDING.

A RUBY WEDDING.

Thai rare event, a ruby wedding, was celebrated in Balfour Village. Shapansey, Orkney Islands, recently by and Mrs Jim. Drever. In an account the proceedings which marked the celebration the Orcadian, the newspaper, states that Mr and Mr- were married on December 24th, l*pi, and
2 February 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE LATEST DREADNOUGHT.

THE LATEST DREADNOUGHT.

H.M.B. THUNDERER LAUNCHED ON THE THAMES. A FINE SPECTACLE. The Thunderer, Ihe Dreadnought battleship which has been built at Thames Ironworks, wa* launched yesterday afternoon at Canning Town amid the cheers €>f many thousands of Londoners. The ceremony was performed by Mrs Davi
2 February 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Simple Liver old time slew his own sheep or ground his own grain. The Simple Liver of to-day is

The Simple Liver old time slew his own sheep or ground his own grain. The Simple Liver of to-day is

supported mainly out of tins or cardboard packets, supplied probably from American factories.—Saturday Review.
13 April 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England