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WATCHES SUITABLE FOR EMIGRANTS. PATENT LEVER WATCHES.Capped ar.d Jewelled, and very strongly cased, especially* adapted, from their Strength, fß*K«Xcsa«S9f or

WATCHES SUITABLE FOR EMIGRANTS. PATENT LEVER WATCHES.Capped ar.d Jewelled, and very strongly cased, especially* adapted, from their Strength, fß*K«Xcsa«S9f or

the Use of MIGRATING AUSTRALIA, &c. £5. 5a., £5.155., WE) \ 6s. each. WARRANTED 'L. Sons' Post-free, securely Packed, on of a Remittance for the Sum required. REID AND SONS, CHRONOMETER MAKERS TO THE ADMIRALTY, 11, GREY STREET, NEWCASTLE. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SOUTHERN DIVISION
June 5, 1852 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

DEPAI_i TMENT*Con*m-rtfory, tc.-The bad flowering nl " ' tively poor effect of out-door summer uiore cl 1 seas will point out the necessity of look- d 'sp!ay unri° Se to tno3e which are intended to supply a floral s, of er during the autumn and winter. Let the Ufrieientlv f° as
September 8, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
London and Provincial Corn Markets.

London and Provincial Corn Markets.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET. SATURDAY, Sept. A small supply of farmers'wheat, which sold at ls. perqr. more money than last Saturday. South country and foreign samples, owing to the tine weather, were iv less demand, and to make sales to Is per qr. cheaper than Tuesday : a very limite
September 8, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
VOLUNTEER REVIEW AT KNOWSLEY.

VOLUNTEER REVIEW AT KNOWSLEY.

Saturday was quite a festal day in Lancashire. all the Volunteers of that county—some 14,000 strong—the Earl of Derby, more than six weeks since, caused intimation to be given that the grounds of Knowsley should on that day be placed at their disposal for the purposes of review.
September 8, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
London and Provincial Corn Markets.

London and Provincial Corn Markets.

NEWCASTLE CORN MARKET, SATURDAY, Oct. 23. A large supply farmers' wheat; a good part of wkich was in damp condition, but the whole met a fair sale at ls per qr. less money than this day week. New south country ls cheap r, and in limited request. Foreign sorts quite neglected. Ma
October 30, 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STEPHENSON MONUMENT.—At a TING of the Promoters of a MONUin v 1 to the late GEORGE STEPHENSON, to beerected Castle

STEPHENSON MONUMENT.—At a TING of the Promoters of a MONUin v 1 to the late GEORGE STEPHENSON, to beerected Castle

~ l■■on-Tyne, held in the Town Hall of that Tues day, the 26th October, 1858, (the Right Bon. HAVENS WORTH in the chair,) it was resolved— 'he Motion of the Hon. Henry George Liddell, seconded by Nicholas Wood, Esq., supported c Bell, Esq.; 1 ne by acclamation, ' the opinion of
October 30, 1858 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

lDfi (fr(,m last ni Ms Gazette)- Chelsea, printer. CASSELL and CHARLES BROCK South- brewers. Ml\t ?. . Dunstable, grocer, ' Sudbury, licensed victualler. X ' Homerton, shipowner. ,s ' Causeway and Manchester, BroS tberingham, Lincoln, cattle dealer. ll)GE ' Birmingham, corn deal
January 15, 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE CHEMICAL TRADE.

THE CHEMICAL TRADE.

The following is tlie annual circular of William Caudery, 151, Eenchurch Street, London, on the condition and prospects of the chemical trade for the present year. The manufacture of chemicals being important branch of local enterprise, it is satisfactory to find that the trade
January 15, 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
rLOUQTIING UP CxRASS LA* TO Tit E EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE Sir, letter appearing in your columns ,,p i» week

rLOUQTIING UP CxRASS LA* TO Tit E EDITOR OF THE NEWCASTLE Sir, letter appearing in your columns ,,p i» week

" Anstarchus" on the subject of breaking liy laud, excites my attention not little, ,1 V , conveys almost a sweeping condemnation of to old established rules relating to the unwilling* w part of landlords to have the old grass land f their tenants. " Aristarchus" may be the most
January 15, 1859 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

JOHN DICKINSON and JOSEPH AUCHTEOLONIK CRKIGHTON, Loudon, collar and shirt makers. CHAS. UNDERWOOD, James Street, Drury Lane, and Longacre, London, grocer. GEORGE HARRIS, Wenting. Surrey. JOSEPH HARDWICK, Strand, London, tailor. IHOMAS BAGNALL PICKLES, Banter Street, London, cab
September 22, 1860 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England