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• EVENTS OF THE DA*« Moot Hall—Board of Trade ... Guildhall—Chamber of Commerce £'jj ••• • Gateshead Council Newcastle Council

• EVENTS OF THE DA*« Moot Hall—Board of Trade ... Guildhall—Chamber of Commerce £'jj ••• • Gateshead Council Newcastle Council

"" telling Council , rf County Hotel—Presentation to : up _ l-c Felling Education Committee—
February 4, 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ECZEMA ITCHED HAD HANDS Worse at Night. Began to Spread All Over Face. Couldn't Rest, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment

ECZEMA ITCHED HAD HANDS Worse at Night. Began to Spread All Over Face. Couldn't Rest, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment

and He Was Cured. 48, East field fit.. Stepney, Eng.—" My baby was six week* old when I noticed a pimple on his face and in two or three days there were -/ Y : % several more spots came and they gradually peeled VjJ off until his face was like a raw piece of beef. used sit and c
February 4, 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Co-operative and Trade Union Festival will take place Saturday next at the Colston Hall, when there, will be the

The Co-operative and Trade Union Festival will take place Saturday next at the Colston Hall, when there, will be the

usual concert and ball. Particulars will found in our advertising columns. Proposed Stead Hostel for Bath.—The Duchess Beaufort presided at largely attended meeting held at Bath, yesterday, for the purpose of forming a hostel for women workers as one of the Stead memorials. The
February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
"DO YOU DRINK GIN?"

"DO YOU DRINK GIN?"

If so add O-T to before dihitine—it improves the flavour and lessens the intoxicating effect. O-T is good for you—it aids digestion.
February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The Dowager Countess Wicklow died near Wicklow, early yesterday morning.

The Dowager Countess Wicklow died near Wicklow, early yesterday morning.

February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S ' GAZETTE.'

LAST NIGHT'S ' GAZETTE.'

LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE.' RECEIVING ORDERS. Wdliam Joiiea, 76. Oakfield Terracs, Glam.. colliery labourer. Joseph King, 44, Walter Sireet. Road Nurseries, and Market Hall, Derby, nurseryman and flori.t. James J. Lamb, 44, Swan Road, Gloucester, engindriver. Surah A. Kennington, 43,
February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
IRISH PRESBYTERIANS.

IRISH PRESBYTERIANS.

Over 30 Presbyteries out of 56, into which the General Assembly the Presbyterian Churches in Ireland is divided, met yesterday, and made nominations for the Moderatorship for 1914-15. The Rev. Dr. James Bingham, Dundonald, County Down, Convener of the Elementary Education Commit
February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FINANCIAL NOTES.

FINANCIAL NOTES.

The Oklahoma-Pacific Railroad Company. —The issu.3 is to-day announced of $2,000,000 5 per cent 30-year gold bonds the Oklahoma- Pacific Railroad Company, the price being 85 per cent., or £87 6s 9d per bond of $500. The bonds are secured by trust deed, dated the lst January, 191
February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The Prayer Book Revision Committee of the Church England in Canada, which has been session at St. Catharines, has finished

The Prayer Book Revision Committee of the Church England in Canada, which has been session at St. Catharines, has finished

its deliberations, and will hold its final meeting Toronto in April. The suggested revisions will then be presented to the General Synod the Canadian Church, which meets in Vancouver j»ezt December.—' Tororto Mail and Empire.'
February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PRINTERS, STATIONERS, &c. XTOUNG MAN, for Despatch Department a Plymouth JL Firm Stationers and Printers; must have thorough knowledge of

PRINTERS, STATIONERS, &c. XTOUNG MAN, for Despatch Department a Plymouth JL Firm Stationers and Printers; must have thorough knowledge of

the trade, and used to getting orders and quick figures.—State age, wages, and full particulars to Box 524. Daily Press Office. -ITTANTED, BOYS, 16, for Gold Blocking Depart- ment.—Partridge and Love. Ltd., Broadmead. BOYS Wanted: able to lay-on preferred.—B. H. Webb, Bedminstcr
February 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England