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QU E E N’S. Mon., Oct. 27th, INTERNATIONAL LADY 1.50 5.0 8.0 FRANKIE DARRO—IN THE NIGHT. 12.45 3.45 6.45

QU E E N’S. Mon., Oct. 27th, INTERNATIONAL LADY 1.50 5.0 8.0 FRANKIE DARRO—IN THE NIGHT. 12.45 3.45 6.45

October 29, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NA VAL MEN SA VED STRANDED

NA VAL MEN SA VED STRANDED

Yet another surprise for truck drivers along Desert roads is the appearance Pub signs. This one is ironically named Noah’s Ark.” This in a waterless tract of country is the kind of humour which troops appreciate. Some South Africans halt to taste the beverage provided at the “No
October 29, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO LET. with entry on 23rd November, 1941 (")WTON GRANGE FARM '-'Near Greatham and West Hartlepool. Containing 120 acres or

TO LET. with entry on 23rd November, 1941 (")WTON GRANGE FARM '-'Near Greatham and West Hartlepool. Containing 120 acres or

thereabouts (99 acres Arable, 2l acres Grass), with House and ample Farm Buildings. The present tenant. Mr. G. Bellerby. will, on receiving ul notice, point out the boundaries. Offers to be sent to: J. H, MURRAY, Auctioneer. Valuer and Land Agent. Hax''94l before Wednesday, 12th
October 29, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
UN SPEARHEAD 15 MILES ' ROM LENINGRAD 1" ‘

UN SPEARHEAD 15 MILES ' ROM LENINGRAD 1" ‘

UN SPEARHEAD 15 MILES ' ROM LENINGRAD 1" Claim Not Admitted By [ty’s Defenders shrouding operations on the front was broken last night from Axis sources that the the Soviet’s second city has p], • _ 'uned that the nearest spearhead ol ■ r<>rces )rcss^n ff Leningrad was before Kra
September 3, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HAYMARKET 1 p.m. to 9.35 BARBARA STANWYCK HENRY FONDA THE LADY EVE. Screened at 1.83, 4 40. 80. AL&n GORDON

HAYMARKET 1 p.m. to 9.35 BARBARA STANWYCK HENRY FONDA THE LADY EVE. Screened at 1.83, 4 40. 80. AL&n GORDON

BARKER AST AIR SIM INSPECTOR HORN LEIGH ON HOLIDAY.” Screened ai 5.5. 6.25
September 3, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ELLISON PLACE. NEWCASTLE,

ELLISON PLACE. NEWCASTLE,

ALL CLASSES RESUME TO-MORROW, 4tb SEPT.
September 3, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
.. RADIO ..

.. RADIO ..

8.8. C. and Northern Hedlffusion “A” programme to-day Is:— llO.Mli SKKVICE 8.0 a.m.. News. 8.15. Tlie Kitchen Front. 8.30, Filmusic.” 9.0, Manchester Regiment Band. 9.30. 8.8. C. Salon Orchestra. 9.50. Home To-day.” 10.5, Schools. 10.15, Service. 10.30, Music While You Work. 11.
September 3, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WHAT

WHAT

“Ghost” Butts in on Dutch Radio Now From RADIO ROYAL, our Listening Station ROAMING at will over Nazioccupied Europe, the Mystery Voice called in yesterday on Hilversum, gave the Dutch announcer the shock of his life and Dutch tea-time listeners their biggest laugh of the war. H
September 3, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LATEST LEGER BETTING

LATEST LEGER BETTING

The card was ca’-'led over at the Victoria Club, London, yesterday, when the following prices were on offer: 6-1 10, 13-2 t); Chateau (o, 15-2 t); 15-2 Owen Tudor (o. 8-1 tt; 8-1 Sun Castle (t, o); 9-1 Devonian t. 10-1 Royalist (o. 11-1 t); 100-9 Baktotawar 10. 100-8 t); 100-6 (
September 3, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Pit Absentees “BONUS” PLAN DEAD

Pit Absentees “BONUS” PLAN DEAD

Definite steps towards the scrapping of the “attendance bonus” plan for coal miners, which the M.F.G.B. formally rejected on August 8, are confidently expected when the Joint Consultative Committee meets to-morrow. This Committee, which comprises representatives of both owners a
September 3, 1941 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England