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ACROSS A LITE RAIL.

ACROSS A LITE RAIL.

SENSATION AT NEWCASTLE CENTRAL STATION. Tjafc-yesterday afternoon sensation was caused art the Central Station. Newcastle, by the discovery aeamac named William Kelly lying state across live rail between No. 2 and No. 3 platforms. At the time the was made electrtc was stationary
January 13, 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WRECKED BY EXPLOSION.

WRECKED BY EXPLOSION.

FEARED DEATH OF TWENTYFOUR SHOPWORKERS. Connellsviile. Pennsylvania, Thursday. The gas explosion to-day wrecked retail shop in which were twenty girls and four men, many whom are probably dead. The collapse of the walls was a fire, which is spreading. —Reuter.
January 13, 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BRITISH STEAMER STRANDED.

BRITISH STEAMER STRANDED.

TWENTY-NINE PERSONS IN PERIL. Hook of Holland, Thursday. The British steamer Selby Abbey has gone ashore the HincVrrrbhen Banks, and her position dangerous. The mate and four men have landed Goedereede Twenty-four of crew and five passengers are still on board. A steam lifeboat
January 13, 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FLOODS IN THE TRANSVAAL.

FLOODS IN THE TRANSVAAL.

.* ' ' .. ■ TWO HOTELS SWEPT AWAY* . Standerton, Transvaal, Thursday. The Vaal has overflowed its hanks, and two hotels and other buildings have been swept away by the swirling stream. The damage - estimated at from JE30,000 £50,000.—Reutcr.
January 13, 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DRAPERY DEPT. (ONLY* CLEARANCE SALE or REMAINDERS NOW PROCEEDING. REMAINDERS ALL BRANCHES OUR FANCY DRAPERY DEPT. AT CLEARANCE PRICES. ALL

DRAPERY DEPT. (ONLY* CLEARANCE SALE or REMAINDERS NOW PROCEEDING. REMAINDERS ALL BRANCHES OUR FANCY DRAPERY DEPT. AT CLEARANCE PRICES. ALL

FRESH STOCK. S.&C. W.DIXON, FAMILY atOOTMAKERS, 36, NORTHUMBERLAND ST. HUNTING SHOOTING. MOTORING. WARMTH AND COMFORT OBTAINED BY HAYINO WET CLOTHES RIGS DRIED OB AIRED ON DINNING OOKE'S SPECIALLY DESIGNED DRYING APPARATUS. SIMPLE, COMPACT, INDEPENDENT. EASILY FOB GAS OR FUEL. W
January 13, 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
JJUGBY pOOTBALL. SPECIAL ARTICLES INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS. A series of* Special Articles will appear weekly each Friday. PROGRAMME Jan 20 —MODERN

JJUGBY pOOTBALL. SPECIAL ARTICLES INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS. A series of* Special Articles will appear weekly each Friday. PROGRAMME Jan 20 —MODERN

FELL-BACK METHODS, Bt s. H. WILLIAMS. 27.—NATIONAL STTLES OF PLAT, " Br H. SOLOMOX. Feb. 3.—BEHIND THE SCRIMMAGE, Bt D. a. GENT. 10. —THE SCIENCE OF CENTRE PLAT, BT J. r. JO.'-'KS. „ 17. —GREAT GAMES HAVE PLATED IN. ' Bt J. E. m 24.—PLAYING THREE-QUARTER BACK. J. 0. G. BmKETT, M
January 13, 1911 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWS SUMMARY.

NEWS SUMMARY.

* i AUGUST 6, 1910. It is stated that the Japanese Government have renounced the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between the United Kingdom and Japan of July 16, 1894", and other conventions. It is stated that the Local Government Board have sent ultimatum to the Town. Council
August 6, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NOTES AND COMMENTS.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

THE JAPANESE TREATIES. Of far-reaching importance is the announcement of Japan 's renouncement of commercial treaties with the United Kingdom made public in the London Gazette last night. The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs has receiTed intimation from the Japanese Ambass
August 6, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LORD KITCHENER'S NEW HONOUR

LORD KITCHENER'S NEW HONOUR

It was announced laat night's London that the King has been sanction the promotion Lord Kitchener Grace to Knight Justice the Order of the Hospital of Bt. John JWTCfsir.Ti. Majesty haa also sancUor-.e<S Patricia a,
August 6, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SCIENCE OF AGRICULTURE.

SCIENCE OF AGRICULTURE.

COUNTY COUNCILLORS AT COCKLE PARK THE MANX KING PROBLEM. The annual visitation by members of the Northumberland County Council to the agricultural experimental station at Cockle Park, near Morpeth, took place yesterday. The visitors were met Aid Carrick, chairman the Station Com
August 6, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England