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Child Shields.—Last night, a child named Robert Gowland, aged years, son of Ralph Gowland, residing at Heaton Terrace, Chirton, was

Child Shields.—Last night, a child named Robert Gowland, aged years, son of Ralph Gowland, residing at Heaton Terrace, Chirton, was

severely burnt about the body, arms and head, through his nightdress becoming ignited, while left alone for a few minutes. Eraser was called, and ordered the child's removal to ■ the Jubilee Infirmary.
November 6, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
A DAMAGED COLLIER IN THE TYNE.

A DAMAGED COLLIER IN THE TYNE.

A DAMAGED COLLIER THE TYNE. The Tyne collier Linhope arrived Shields harbour yesterday with extensive damage, and made fast to the Stanhope Buoys, South Shield*. The Linhope has her atem completely knocked over to port, whiie the bowplates are in several instances torn away from
November 6, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
GUY FAWKERS CELEBRATIONS AT NORTH SHIELDS.

GUY FAWKERS CELEBRATIONS AT NORTH SHIELDS.

A BOY INJURED. The javenile population of North Shields celebrated Guy Fawkoa' Day in the orthodox fashion yesterday, and last night the police had to interfere several cases where large bonfires had been lighted, endangering to consideiable extent residential property. Unfortun
November 6, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
THE SUPPLY OF SEAMEN AT NORTH SHIELDS.

THE SUPPLY OF SEAMEN AT NORTH SHIELDS.

During last month the number of engagements and discharges at the North Shields Mercantile Marine Office was very satisfactory, taking into account the quiet period which has lately been experienced in the shipping trade at that side of the water. The falling off of engagements
November 6, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
For employing boy under eleven, a newsagent at Oxford baa been fined £5. A Negro who confessed to murdering white

For employing boy under eleven, a newsagent at Oxford baa been fined £5. A Negro who confessed to murdering white

womaa has beeu burned the stake Ferry County, Mississippi. A Panama despatch statea the crew of Colombian guuboat Darien havo mutinied, and that the vessel tne hands of insurgents. a meeting of Associated Chambers of Agriculture. Haggard supported the idea of small holdings, whi
November 6, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
ALLAN & CO., THE GREAT NORTH COUNTRY DRAPERS AND CLOTHIERS, FOWLER STREET & 4 THOMAS STREET, SOUTH SHIELDS, ARE NOW

ALLAN & CO., THE GREAT NORTH COUNTRY DRAPERS AND CLOTHIERS, FOWLER STREET & 4 THOMAS STREET, SOUTH SHIELDS, ARE NOW

READY WITH NEW GOODS FOR THE AUTUMN & WINTER TRADE A SPECIALITY. ALLAN & CO.'S FAMOUS SUITS, inaia on our own premisai. Patterns and Prices sent any address.
November 6, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
SALE, f-.'lOUv and tw W 65. Gazette south

SALE, f-.'lOUv and tw W 65. Gazette south

November 6, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
THE FLEET ABROAD.

THE FLEET ABROAD.

LATEST MO)/£!VIENT3. Admiralty, Tuesday. The following movements of M.M. ships have be«c reported : Gibraltar.—Formidable arrived November and sails sth November. Ariel sailsforMalta s;h November. Port Said.—Fox arrived 3rd November and sails sth November. Bombay. —Marathon sail
November 6, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NEWS IN BRIEF.

NEWS IN BRIEF.

NEWS BRIEF. An ambulance in a lamp-post is the latest Parisian idea in street contrivances. Rumour again killing the Pope—but only by inches. is said slowly wasting away. Old Parr " seems to be eclipse. A Turlc in Albania stated have just died the ago of 160. water has been reduc
November 6, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WESTBOURNE.

WESTBOURNE.

Guy night the anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot was celebrated Westbourne in old-fashioned style. torchlight procession was formed at 6.30. and led trass band, " the Bonfire .Beys grotesque costume, paraded toe streets. huge bonfire was lighted iu the square and fireworks"were d
November 6, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England