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IV"- BLYTII BI- T V EEKLY NEWS AND

IV"- BLYTII BI- T V EEKLY NEWS AND

BLYTII BI- EEKLY NEWS AND WANSBECK TELEORACII. SCALE OF ADVERTISEMENT CHARGES. ♦ND AUCTION 1 to 5 I /toll to 60 and upwards Liae :'~ . LIFO UCIIIfRI :- 1 to _3 4 tot! U .d o:a' Paragraph wen:lents treble these Special arrangements be made with Advertisers for a of twelve or month
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
Wan ted

Wan ted

VTANTED, one or more ROOMS in a prominent position in or near the line of street —Apply 79 Waterloo Acad. BUILDER% CONTRACTORS, &c. H-KEEPER sod (Rack devote forenoon to acing, and Bolantiog a •et of Co . itt ij ..- d orterm. apply Box 14, Trig- GRAPH Office, Simpsos Street. 817
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
BLYTR 81-WEEKLY NEWS & WANSBECK 11ELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894.

BLYTR 81-WEEKLY NEWS & WANSBECK 11ELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894.

September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
TOPICS OF TO-DAY.

TOPICS OF TO-DAY.

'Fite condition of Mr Froude, the historian, who is lying ill to Devonshire, shows an improvement. The eileged Doak of the Christian population of Cyprus, owing to the withdrawal of the European garrison, is apparently quite uncalled for. It is clear that the evacuation is merel
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
CAWS-AND CAWS. [BY Ow

CAWS-AND CAWS. [BY Ow

September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
What to do with the too numerous lase of youngsters who, in despite of all httr;ctiolli which tgo Ikair r

What to do with the too numerous lase of youngsters who, in despite of all httr;ctiolli which tgo Ikair r

d Schools now offer, absolutely decline to go to school, and "play the wag" with a perseverance and determination worthy of a better object, is a problem which has puzzled educational authorities and magistrates alike ever since compulsory sehoolattendanee became the law of the
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
IN X10.1.t.P6i

IN X10.1.t.P6i

IN of Sarah Asa, belorel wife of the late George hambera Otbb, the daughter of Henry and Mambo& Aird, who died as Ms* yrtltenbor 4th, aged 21 yeses Adore hem free from pale. to her a hope Jeans Chnet a ored Ode seat Int:l2 her to W Mee we walled her dying bed. 1410 i. Awl took he
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

'f as tilyth Artillery Band sum+ ad muscat at the eating 1 Went Shoes Saturday. SCA ALIT AT it was reported totba Tyvassouth Board a C.:berthas* that six caws of scarlet fever odd typo. and all one bonee, bad recurred at DVDIXT BA:tn.—The Dudley Frigate:eh Tampere...lr Bend. bav
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
DUDLEY PUTTERS TAU A

DUDLEY PUTTERS TAU A

HOLIDAY. The Dudley putter lads are a spirited lot, evidently, for on Yiday morning, because one of their number had Leen sent home for some reason, they all refused to work. The baekshift men neoesearily came to the conelusion nut to descend, se there wee nobody to "put " them,
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
THE ASSAULT AND ROBBERY

THE ASSAULT AND ROBBERY

NUR NORTH SHIRLDB. At North Shields, on Friday, Wm. Cunningham was charged with rubbing and semnlting Alsmadre Fleming on the 7th July last. It is alleged that Cunningham was in company Michael Riley. the ass who was before the Beech meanly on a similar charge, and succeeded in
September 4, 1894 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England