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TIN PLATERS' DEMAND.

TIN PLATERS' DEMAND.

The annual conference the tinplate section tie Docker3 J Union at .Swansea decided put forward claim for 15 per cent, advance in rates order meet tie continued increased cost living. Welsh are present in receipt. war bonus ranging from 10 20 per cent. according to the amount of
May 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Music Is both sunshine and irrigation the mind; but when occupies it and covers it. too long, debilitates and corrupts

Music Is both sunshine and irrigation the mind; but when occupies it and covers it. too long, debilitates and corrupts

it. —W. S. Landor. Cail?r (looking at photograph); Thii is pictnro of Mrs Peekington. suppose?" ""Yea; that her she k>—-£r—getr ' - I a4
May 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SALE OF HORSES IN NEWCASTLE

SALE OF HORSES IN NEWCASTLE

John Angus had forward his weekly Half Moon and Carnage Repository, 14, Bigg Martait, 40 borsea. Trade was only »j--jownn? *r« the principal prices : black horse. 60e«-; chestnut horee. oBg9. . bay 32gs. ; bay horse, %«. ; horse, 26±g9.; < * . dun 'horse 25g~>. ; horee. 17 gs. d
May 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO-DAY'S LONDON COMMENTS.

TO-DAY'S LONDON COMMENTS.

The Capitulation The Times says: The impor of Kut has very limited . itP tin interest as attaches to the siege termination almost enemy will ob« utmost, but. ifceir e _ ; „ sa Itli in*' counted. India, under? I'* 1 '* fate of Kut has for weeks trittin well as in this couu • have
May 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
□ "La Vida" CORSETS always improve the figure. The Models show very slight incurve at and the skirt.-ler.yths are shorter-.

□ "La Vida" CORSETS always improve the figure. The Models show very slight incurve at and the skirt.-ler.yths are shorter-.

sure wear the right corset with your new Gown—it makea all the difference in the world. Walk round the Georgian Showroom for I and Corsets this morning.—FEWlCK, Ltd. ~l
May 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
"PEACE AND FOOD."

"PEACE AND FOOD."

A DUTCHMAN'S STORY OF GERMAN PRIVATIONS. Amsterdam, Tuesday. A correspondent of the has had a conversation with a Dutchman who has recently returned with his family from the Rhine Province. He declared that numerous businesses had suffered the war or ceased to exist altogether,
June 14, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BULGARIAN PORTS SHELLED.

BULGARIAN PORTS SHELLED.

ALLIED FLEETS REPORTED IN ACTION. Paris, Mond&r. Lin formation earns from Salonika that the Allied fleets are bombarding- Porto and Dedeagatch. Tbe population are fleeing into the. interior. —Exchange. Dedeagatch is near the mouth the river Maritza, the terminus of a branch of t
June 14, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NORTHERN CASUALTIES.

NORTHERN CASUALTIES.

Killed. ROYAL ENGINEERS. Acting-Corporal T. W. 27286 Died ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. Scrpnant, T. Niool. (U.vT Wounded. FUSILIERS. J. Mtirrav, ffo (CreenockV. M. F. Rfppon, 792 (Newcastle); J. R»Vr«W-'%l 11. Wood,' 710 (Newcastle). ROYAL ENGINEERS. Sapper T. C. K'rby, (CockfteW,
June 14, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MR WILL THORNE, M.P.

MR WILL THORNE, M.P.

REMARKABLE SCENE AT A DINNER. There was remarkable demonstration at dinner held in connection with the the National Union Gaeworkero and General Labourers the Hoiborn Restaurant, London, last night, Will Thorne, M.P., general secretary of the union, brnaking down, rrad being che
June 14, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

* WAR TRADE CONDITIONS REVIEWED. 100 th ANNUAL REPORT. The annual report of the Conn oil of. the Newcastle and Gateshead Chamber of Commerce, which covers the 100 th year, will presented at the annual meeting' of the Chamber to-^dav. The report opens with the congratulations the
June 14, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England