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INSURANCE NOTES.

INSURANCE NOTES.

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURABLE RISK. (By Ocu Commercial Editor.) This year the meeting of the British Association has, at least, academic interest for insurance companies, if only for the interesting paper of Sir 11. Llewellyn Smith on present-day economic problems, including, of cour.s
September 3, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SIR GEORGE WHITE'S ILLNESS.

SIR GEORGE WHITE'S ILLNESS.

NORTHUMBERLAND VETERANS' MESSAGE. The following telegram was dispatched by the secretary on behalf of the Northumberland Veterans' Association Field Marshal Sir George White, V.C., who is recovering from a serious illness : Northumberland Veterans' Association, Newcastle, sincer
September 3, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DEDICATION OF ORGAN AT WOLVISTON.

DEDICATION OF ORGAN AT WOLVISTON.

The organ which has been recently presented to Wolviston Church by Mr Ernest A. Webster, of Wolviston Hall, was on Thursday dedicated "to the glory of God and in memory of Christopher Maling and Mary Webster, of Pallion Hall, county of Durham." The service commenced with the hym
September 3, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OWNERS' RISK.

OWNERS' RISK.

RAILWAY COMPANIES' NEW REGULATIONS. The monthly meeting of the directors of the Newcastle Trade Protection Society was held yesterday, R. W. Cooke (president) occupying the chair. It was explained by the secretary that the new owners' risk regulations had been issued by the rail
September 7, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

QUAYSIDE AND RIVER NEWCASTLE BANKERS' CLEARING HOUSE. Week August £S6 .780 Week ending August 20 763.630 Week en-ling August 27 1.076,530 Week ending September 3 _ 1,007,160 NEWCASTLE QUAY, TUESDAY. COALS QUIET AND NOMINAL. Scarcity of tonnage is still the dominating factor in t
September 7, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Nectar Tea try packet next time / 5, 1/4, 1/6,1/8 and 2/- per lb. )

Nectar Tea try packet next time / 5, 1/4, 1/6,1/8 and 2/- per lb. )

September 7, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MOTORISTS. now open: ROSSLEIGH'S OLYMPIA GARAGE (OX SITE OLD THEATRE. CORNER NORTHUMBERLAND STREET NORTHUMBERLAND ROAD). MOST CENTRAL

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MOTORISTS. now open: ROSSLEIGH'S OLYMPIA GARAGE (OX SITE OLD THEATRE. CORNER NORTHUMBERLAND STREET NORTHUMBERLAND ROAD). MOST CENTRAL

AND ACCESSIBLE GARAGI NEWCASTLE. SEPARATE ENTRANCE AND EXITS. PRIVATE LOCIT-UP BOXES, from 5s Weekly, can Booked REPAIR DEPARTMENT in charge of Expert Mechanic from Daimler Works. Daimlrr Overhaul* and Repairs a speciality. Repairs to Any Make Car. AGENTS for MINERVA, BAIMLEB, A
September 7, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SHIPPING. tUQH WAT AT NEWCASTLE. SHIELDS. AND HARTLEPOOL xrrcssTLK. scxa'utNn. n"n.rrooL EiTa. i. — Mor. E Mor. Even Mor. Even

SHIPPING. tUQH WAT AT NEWCASTLE. SHIELDS. AND HARTLEPOOL xrrcssTLK. scxa'utNn. n"n.rrooL EiTa. i. — Mor. E Mor. Even Mor. Even

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September 7, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MONTENEGRIN FETES.

MONTENEGRIN FETES.

Cetinje, Thursday. The Crown Prince Alexander of Servia left today for Belgrade. Princess Helena has left for Rome with the Queen of Italy. The Russian Squadron reached Antivari this morning and the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess Nicholas Nicholaievitch arrived in Cetinje in the a
September 3, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
INDIAN SEDITION.

INDIAN SEDITION.

DARING OUTRAGE ON A NATIVE POLICEMAN. COWARDLY BENGAL ATT/ANTS. Simla, Friday. News reached here that Police Inspector Sarat Chandra Ghose was shot last night at Dacca. The inspector was wounded in the ear, hand, and chest. The bullets have been extracted, and the inspector is d
September 3, 1910 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England