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UNDERCLOTHING

UNDERCLOTHING

SALE We have ploavore in announcing the purehose of .n Immense Stock of Ladies' ChililrenS Underclothing, nuinnerion over .1.927 Germ. nie. The goods are of high-elan feature. In great hansom lionstsnale.. the on fault nein • We bare wade thla extraordlnars pun:have tenon one o'
October 18, 1890 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MADE SIISPLY WITH C 0 C 0 A. , ROILING WATER OR MILL

MADE SIISPLY WITH C 0 C 0 A. , ROILING WATER OR MILL

MADE SIISPLY WITH C C 0 A. ROILING WATER OR MILL LIPTON'S TEAS, THE, TEA Ali DEN TO THE TEAPOT. NO NIDDIXNEN*B PROFITS TO PAY PUKE, ?RAG T, DELICIOUS, Lc. AND 11. 40. Pas Le. FINEST THE WORLD CAN PRODUCE, Ln. 7D. PRA LB. No inf . :HER PRICE. 6,7, 10. Are 20(w. rAckto) IN PATENT A
October 18, 1890 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NORTHERN COAL TRADE.

NORTHERN COAL TRADE.

The Northern coal trade is decidedly duller to-day. Shipm'rite to the Baltic have decreased, and some of the Northnwbrian collieries have bad to accept much lower prices in order to obtain full work. Whilst about 12s. per tun free on board is the quotation on Newcastle Exchange
October 18, 1890 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
"THE MANCHESTER MARTYRS." LETTER FROM MR. BRIGHT. At • meeting at Huddersfield cm the 2ltb ult., to welcome Mr. T.

"THE MANCHESTER MARTYRS." LETTER FROM MR. BRIGHT. At • meeting at Huddersfield cm the 2ltb ult., to welcome Mr. T.

P. Sullivan, M.P., the air "God save Ireland,' was sang, and sine then Mr. T. D. Crosland, a borought magistrate, has written to Mr. Bright calling hu. atm:aim to the fact, and enclosing him a couple of se ep song at the meeting, at which Messrs. Aequith, pullivan, and Summers,
April 10, 1888 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THREE VESSELS LOST.

THREE VESSELS LOST.

Lloyd's agent at Sidi telegraphs that the British brig Pretnier, and the German schooners Ella and Fides, have teen totally lost. C. were bayed. GAMBLING IN HOTELS. The Dunfermline magistrates to-day decided that play• in` billiard. in hotels for money was a form of stamfllinst,
April 10, 1888 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SALVATION ARMY WEDDING.

SALVATION ARMY WEDDING.

MARRIAGE OF MISS EMMA BOOTH. The marriage of Mien Emma M. Booth, daughter of ";eneral Booth, to Mr. Frederick De Latour Tucker, first -oramisioner of the Indian division of the Salvation Army, took plat* at Clapton, London. today, General Booth performing the ceremony in the for
April 10, 1888 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Selside and Constry Apartments.

Selside and Constry Apartments.

W Vacant ;a country Potent invalid not to.• -Wrtte Ras M 162. Chrocide Office. ip,EASIDE.- Young Genttentso Requires pt•renscest Roars] todgiapt. dinners out. terms. full partacutsts. Write Boa A 22, Chrontrte Othre. NEITTLEV Ray. aVell Foru.shed Apartment. Vacant—Apply Win d so
November 14, 1913 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MR. JOHN REDMOND'S VISIT TO

MR. JOHN REDMOND'S VISIT TO

NIEWCASILE. To-Night's Meeting in the Town Hall. Mr. John Redmond.\ 1.P.. who tn address a meeting to-night in Newcastle Town Hall. lunder tie aim-pion. of the Newcastle Liberal and Radical Asiociation, will be accompanied by Mrs. Redmond and by Mr. W. Allard, secretary of the H
November 14, 1913 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MINERS AND CAS.

MINERS AND CAS.

Five hundred men at the Ffaldan Pontycymmer, refiuw4i to work this morning, owing to the suspected prevenoe of gas. BLYTH AS A MUNICIPAL BOROUGH. At the request of the Blyth Ratepayers' Association a conference is to be held between representatives of the Ratepayers' Association
November 14, 1913 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WINDY NOOK TRAGEDY. Trial for Manslaughter at Durham. A Miner Found Guilty. At the Durham Autumn Assizes, this morning, James

WINDY NOOK TRAGEDY. Trial for Manslaughter at Durham. A Miner Found Guilty. At the Durham Autumn Assizes, this morning, James

Fraser. 35, miner (on hail), was indicted for the manslaughter of Aaron Hedworth Southern, at Windy Nook. on August I, Mr. Griffith Jones prosecuted. and Mr. Hedley defended. I Mr. Griffith Jones said the deceased had been at several public houses on the day Inamed• and had had
November 14, 1913 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England