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Trade, Work, and Wages.

Trade, Work, and Wages.

CII-I m tnds? if ork Awl AtTago'. TRADE BAROMETER DASINSLET. -AU branches of the iron trado are still very quiet, and the local consumption of pig has declined. BAnROW-IN-FUtNESxS.-The iron trade is exceedingly quiet, BiisiscGHAor.-Business continues very quiet. BE1DFO RD. -The w
November 29, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GALE ON THE COAST.

GALE ON THE COAST.

A GERMAN DLRQUE ASHEORE AT SOUJTI SHIELDS. The weather on the north-east coast daring the past few days has been of a most unsettled description. On Wed- nesday morning the wind came away fresh from the north- east, and during the day heavy showers of rain, hail) and eleet fell
November 29, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON GOSSIP.

LONDON GOSSIP.

(From the World.) Sir George Elliot, the member for North Durham, aseom- panies Mr Smith and Colonel Stanley on their visit to Cyprus. As a keen-witted, practical man of busines, and at the same time a genial companion, Sir George Elliot is jast the man to make such a trip pats
November 1, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SUICIDE OF A FARMER AT WIDEOPEN.

SUICIDE OF A FARMER AT WIDEOPEN.

SUICIDE OF A FARMER Al' WIDEOPEN. A most determined suicide was committed at West Wide- open, near Seaton Burn, on Sunday morning last. It appears that a farmer named John Miller, who carried on the business of a fsh-curer in this town, and also at Boal- mer, near Aluwick, and ba
November 22, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS.

TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS.

MORPETH. An adjourned meeting of the Council was held on Taes- day night in the Town Hall, the Mayor (Alderman W. Grey) presiding.-A letter was read from Mr Geo. Jeffrey, clerk to the Xorpeth Local Board of Health, stating that Alderman Chirney had mentioned at the last meeting
November 22, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN.

HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN.

TI1 LECTErS IN CaUcCIIES. The eagle-sbaped reading desks, or lecterns, are of great antiquity, but it is not exactly known when they were first introduced. There is one very similar represented in one of the Illuminations of the Benedictional of St. Ethel- Wold, an Anglo-Saxon M
November 22, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Trade, Work, and Wages.

Trade, Work, and Wages.

gradr, Atiork Aud afaam TRADE BAROMETER. BANeSLEY,-Linen manufacturers still complain of the little business doing, so that nearly all of them are still on shcrt time. Banouw-iN-FuRNEs,.-The demand for hema- tite qualities of pig iron is exceedingly quiet. BIRMINGHAM, -There is a
November 22, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE ANGLO-AFGHAN DIFFICULTY

THE ANGLO-AFGHAN DIFFICULTY

THE ANGLO-AFGHAX DIFFICULTY THE ULTIMATUM TO THE AMBER. The undignified and ungrateful task imposed upon the Viceroy by ?? Government of endeavouringto re-op3n negotiations with the Ameer in the face of ues last dis- courteous and defiant letter has awakened in India a feeling of
November 8, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Art and Literature.

Art and Literature.

(C;1?7xt A-114 gittraturt. -5- bliss Braddon's Christmas number, " Under the Mistle- toe," has just been issued. It is quite-a thick volume. The tales are well written, but the illnstratisns are rather poor -feeble in conception, and abounding In bad and awkward drawing. & new wo
November 8, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE EXPERIENCES OF A BICYCLIST.

THE EXPERIENCES OF A BICYCLIST.

(BY A "CAD ON CASTORS.") Pleyclinz is a most enjoyabla and healthy exercise, and it is an amusement that is rapidly increasing in popularity, as witness the violent irruption of all sorts and sizes of machines on the public roads during the past season; in fact, it has had almos
November 8, 1878 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England