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Money. CASH ADVANCED from $10 upwards, any responsible Lady Gentleman, in town or country, at very low inteivrt and easy

Money. CASH ADVANCED from $10 upwards, any responsible Lady Gentleman, in town or country, at very low inteivrt and easy

repayment. No security required; your own signature enough. Information gladly given gratis and post free, no charge being made unless business is done. -You will save time, worry, and needless expense by applying to an old established and reliable English office, where no genui
July 26, 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HELP FOR POOR CHILDREN.

HELP FOR POOR CHILDREN.

Mr John H. Watson, hon. general secretary the Newcastle Poor Children Holiday Association and Rescue Agency, writes: I have seldom known a Christmas where much warm-hearted and generous sympathy has been shown for the poor and suffering, especially for the children. Everybody ha
January 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EVENTS OF 1915.

EVENTS OF 1915.

LOCAL. Jannary. district D f * rr^ces held in Newcastle . and Albert Lord at Highfield Hall, r Joseph Ta Corking, a well-known ho ltradps^ntli tli CSSO j. "-utherford Morison, on behalf of nle+JT meu c ity, presents a com- i ul motor ambulance van to the 8,--p . ' authorities at
January 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Public Notices WILL BE FOUND TAGE *»

Public Notices WILL BE FOUND TAGE *»

January 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
For Regulation Boots, Leggings, Putties, Spurs, Sam Browne Belts, apply to S. & C. W. Dixon, Ltd., 36, Northumberland Street,

For Regulation Boots, Leggings, Putties, Spurs, Sam Browne Belts, apply to S. & C. W. Dixon, Ltd., 36, Northumberland Street,

or CHAS. CARTER, Collingwood Street, NEWCASTL3G-ON-TYNE. DINNING GOOKE, HEATING SPECIALISTS, Newcastle-on-Tyne. The LAST word in KITCHEN RANGES, FIREPLACES, BATHS, and SANITARY | FITTINGS, at our SHOWROOMS, 91. 95' Percy St. ANNUAL SALE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SOP WITH Co.L d ' s A
January 1, 1916 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
QIRLS’ pUBLIC JAY gCHOOL rjARUST Central Newcastle Hiilh School, E3KDALE TERRACE. HEAD MISTRESS; MISS HILEY (Oxford Honours). FI STAFF OF

QIRLS’ pUBLIC JAY gCHOOL rjARUST Central Newcastle Hiilh School, E3KDALE TERRACE. HEAD MISTRESS; MISS HILEY (Oxford Honours). FI STAFF OF

SPECIALISTS. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL LABORATORIES. KINDERGARTEN. 3. ISLINGTON TERRACE. BOARDING HOUSE, 78, JESMOND ROAD. NEXT TERM BEGINS WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16(h. Miee wi.l be «r, the School on Tuesday, January 15tih. 11 1 and 2.30 4. Boarding school for ladies, THORNBECK. DARLING
January 15, 1918 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Cycles and Motors.

Cycles and Motors.

IT'OR SALE. 25 K.P. 1912 HUMBER CHASSIS, perfect, order; 5-820 by 120 wheel© and tyres, with waggon body; carry one ton.—Particulars from Box No. 114, Journal Office. 540 Horses, Carriages, Harness, Cattle, h. JTARNESS HARNESS !! NESS 11 BART. J. SNOWBALL, HARNESS CONTRACTOR, SA
January 15, 1918 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PiteiEde Jailg Jininral

PiteiEde Jailg Jininral

PiteiEde Jininral ant tm. NEWS OF THE NORTH. Newcastle. Concert at the Hostel. —An excellent concert was given in the Y.M.C.A. Naval and Military- Hostel, West gate Road, the following men of H.Mi. ships;—McPherson, A. 8.; Bartley, P. 0.; Stringer, A. 8., Rgt.; Bailey, P. 0.; Upt
January 15, 1918 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Is it too much to ask you to lend the safest security

Is it too much to ask you to lend the safest security

your money on in the world ? Go to the Post Office the Rank, Put your savings—ALL YO UR MONEY —at least every penny you can —into National Jf ar Bonds -—and help to bring MY man safely home again."
January 15, 1918 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE.

PALL—PATTERSON.—At the Parish Church. Killingworth. the 12th in«t.. by the Rev. Harold White. Major James Basil Hall. R.E.. son of the late James Hall, of Jarrow-on-Tyne, to Georgians Patterson, of Forest Hall, daughter the late William Patterson, Newcastle. DEATHS. ANDERSON.—At
January 15, 1918 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England