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WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION CASE

WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION CASE

Accident in Choppington Pit Shot-box and Naked Light of powder in a box similar to the one <produoed). Half was hard powder and the other half was loose powder. Applicant said that he was working up against the coal face and his mate, Smith, was on the other side. He remembered
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
HEARD NO CONVERSATION.

HEARD NO CONVERSATION.

After witness had gone out a little there was a flash. He never heard any conversation between Atherton and the deputy, and witness was there when Atherton was taken out of the pit. Mr. Hurwitz; It is suggested that Atherton made statement to the effect that he hung his lamp a p
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
MINOR OFFENCES

MINOR OFFENCES

Summoned for committing a nuisanoe at Blyth the following were dealt with ; Alfred O'Brien, 15 Thornton St., Blyth,— fiined 2/6; George Barnsley, seaman, 39, Front St., Tynemouth,—2/6; William Cros* land, baker, 5 Percy St., Tynemouth,—2/6; John W. Heron, seaman. 49, Disraeli St
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
LATE MR. RALPH CRAWFORD

LATE MR. RALPH CRAWFORD

A* the outset the chairman said: In the directors’ report refer to the lose the company has sustained since our last annual meeting and there we pay our tribute to our late chairman. With your ]>erxnieeion I cannot do better than repeat it now. During the year the company has su
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
PRAISE FOR SECRETARY

PRAISE FOR SECRETARY

During the short time I hav© filled the position of chairman I hav© seen, and learnt to appreciate the work of out manager arid secretary, Mr. Lockey; even more than I did as a director. My frequently reminded you that was he and not us who earned the dividends, and I wish to ac
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 

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“No. I won’t” exclaimed the Princess.

“No. I won’t” exclaimed the Princess.

Finding he could not persuade her, the King sent the Princess away from the palace, to small and lonely part of the Kingdom, with her old nurse to look after her, and one servant to wait on them. “She’ll soon change her mind,’ he thought. did the Queen. But weeks and months pass
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
BLYTH v. BENWELL

BLYTH v. BENWELL

BENWELL: H Milburn, c Manners, b Shaw 20; Robinson (E), c Shaw, b Hill, 86; J Scott, run out 0; S Lough, b Hill 14; R Lincoln, b Rev. J S Douglas, 12; E Milbum o Heatley, b Cropp 6; E Gallon, c Shaw, Manners, 51; N Miniati, not out 18; Potts b Rev. J. S. Douglas 5; E Rankin, run
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
THE AUTUMN EGG SUPPLY

THE AUTUMN EGG SUPPLY

If are to get eggs when our neighbour* fowl* are yielding none must prepare our plana well in advance, -and carry them out syetematicaJJy. a rule old bens will not lay in the autumn; they seem to need a. longer time to get over the efforts of the moult than their younger sisters
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
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August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
CAICH TRADE.

CAICH TRADE.

“Everybody knows, at any rate those who are in business in this town, that we have tremendous catch trade. It is one of the greatest assets wc have got. Now take that away and have nothing left. “At Blyth I told them the finest thing they have got is the river, but that we have
August 16, 1935 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England