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SUGGESTED FEVER HOSPITAL FOR STOCKTON.

SUGGESTED FEVER HOSPITAL FOR STOCKTON.

The fortnightly meeting of the Stockton Urban Sanitary Authority was held on Friday night last week, Councillor Kindler pre. siding.—The Medical Officer (Dr. Clegg) reported that since the last meeting ten cases of scarlet fever had occurred, two of which bad beee removed to the
3 August 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
tuations truant. r Servants, Miss Wright, 1, Basting Stockton. Situations every capacity rated, £26 per quarter, paid weekly; opening; experience

tuations truant. r Servants, Miss Wright, 1, Basting Stockton. Situations every capacity rated, £26 per quarter, paid weekly; opening; experience

Unnecessary; . Address Comixo Works, Farnworth, 1
3 August 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
" Gilbert," I borne enough of

" Gilbert," I borne enough of

a y, is r, ~..• 14—bot, no intimation. Lot 1 , - you ULD." I wondered at the change in his mannered the regret anxiety expressed—until -I- L s !mad gut what caused it. Not his temper, lie melt sabered him ; my head was bleeding from a cut it bad received. ,* It is Del mach," las
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
JULY 27, 1889.

JULY 27, 1889.

never supponed Gilbert's men could have come so quickly, I was not at certain that the speakersimight not be connected with his band. I might learn something; moreover, I dared not have pained through into my field without being aseered that it wee uncoonpied. Luckily, the voice
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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the motion as amended; but the Radical members of the Committee, in view of the defeat of Mr Gladstone's other amendments, voted against the proposal to increase the ' Prince of Wales's income. Throughout the Committee deliberations the efforts of Mr Gladstone and the Radicals h
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
DURHAM MINERS AND THEIR WAGES.

DURHAM MINERS AND THEIR WAGES.

The members of the Durham Miners' Association held their ordinary council meeting last Saturday at the Miners' Hall, Durham, when the question of the advance of wages was brought under discussion, and led up to a long, animated conversation amongst the various representative& It
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
GREAT ADVANCE IN STAFFORDSHIRE IRON.

GREAT ADVANCE IN STAFFORDSHIRE IRON.

The price of iron at Birmingham market on Thursday was in the clouds, buyers being almost in a panic owing to the difficulty of obtaining supplies. Contracts for ordinary common bars took place on Thursday for three months daily at £7 2s 6d, or an advance of 12s 6d on last week'
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
SHOCKING FATALITY AT TITDIIOE. A MINER CRUSHED TO DEATH.

SHOCKING FATALITY AT TITDIIOE. A MINER CRUSHED TO DEATH.

A helm of roof occurred about noon on Wednesday in the lirockwell seam of the East Pit, Tudhoe Colliery, burying two workmen, named John Robson and Thomas Smith, both single, in the dabnit. Smitp was speedily extricated, but hi. left arm broken, and be has also sustained serious
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
WHITBY.

WHITBY.

UNIONIST DEMONsTRATION NEAR —OnMonday night &Unionist demonstration took place in the beautiful grounds of Aisiaby Hall, near Whitby, the estate of Mr Robert Harrowing. Mr Harrowing entertained about 1,500 members of the local habitation of the Primrose League, and other friend
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
SUMMER WOOING. Bt ANNIE S. SWAN.

SUMMER WOOING. Bt ANNIE S. SWAN.

"Happy's the wooing that* not long a-doing." " There's two men with Charlie to-night, tetually," said Liz, giving her sailor hat a push back on her head, and applying her eyes tore vigorously to the marine glass, as she levelled it at the steamer ooming puffing into the bay. "Bi
27 July 1889 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England