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Little Girl, Excited by Thrillng "Picture," -- RE-ENACTS SCENE IN SLEEP. Goes to Window and Falls Out Into the Yard.

Little Girl, Excited by Thrillng "Picture," -- RE-ENACTS SCENE IN SLEEP. Goes to Window and Falls Out Into the Yard.

A weird experience has just befallen a litt:e girl, who, becoming excited by a thrilling picture at a picture theatre, reenacted scene in her sleep. The littie girl was Nellie Robinson, aged 14, livui at learnley-street, Tong-road, Wortley. who, in company with a party of friend
November 9, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
IRON TRADE WARES. EVIDENCE BEFORE INDUSTRIAL COUNCIL.

IRON TRADE WARES. EVIDENCE BEFORE INDUSTRIAL COUNCIL.

The Industrial Count:a met again on Wednesday London_ Sir Thomas Ratcliffe Ellie presAtnig in the abeimse of Sir , Askivith. who is man abroad. Mr William Thackmay, representing the Ironmasters' Association of the North of England, that for the purpose of tiring wows., in the tr
November 9, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
DARLINGTON MARKETS.

DARLINGTON MARKETS.

The question the centralisation of the cattle markets at Darlington, which caused much dontrceerey for a consider. able time past, was disenseed at a tnoet. ing oi the Town in on ' Tuesday night. In the town there at present two I oatt.le markets, one conducted by the Corporatio
November 9, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
touch discu.ssion and criticism amoag miners and others connected with the ininiug industry ad the Explosives Order of May 21st,

touch discu.ssion and criticism amoag miners and others connected with the ininiug industry ad the Explosives Order of May 21st,

issued by the Home Office, which, amongst other things, prohibits the ose of squibs for tiring shut.; in "open I,glit" or " naked light" mines. For some months the order has been earnestly considered by the minors and owners of Durham Cleveland. and Northumberland, and already t
November 23, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
• 3,1 rratitir : ' cried Dan. greatly artaranal. Mime .I..rnaou r it was, puite Heizaelw,.

• 3,1 rratitir : ' cried Dan. greatly artaranal. Mime .I..rnaou r it was, puite Heizaelw,.

• rratitir : ' cried Dan. greatly artaranal. Mime .I..rnaou r it was, puite ell ATTER XIX TIIKACHNHY. In the chill gloom of fields, damn, depressing and inisty, with wreckage of thesirships plied up around the inescusibie woman lying at bib feet. stood bewildered. nerves jagg' li
November 23, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
31.4 Mel

31.4 Mel

November 23, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Restricted Production.

Restricted Production.

The elm. of the ClevelarAi corner had left warrants at 45s ad: alter the end as 1908-7 boom they were at 485 3d. A perioa at restricted produteion all over the worlu set in. The United Kingdom eut down its output of pig iron In 1908 b 7 a million tone, or one tenth of production
November 23, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
. . SIR SUCH SELL AND FREE TRADE. I - A VETERAN'S DEATH. MR A. B. GRIDLEY'S, OF SALTBURN, SUDDEN

. . SIR SUCH SELL AND FREE TRADE. I - A VETERAN'S DEATH. MR A. B. GRIDLEY'S, OF SALTBURN, SUDDEN

DEMISE OF MR STEPHEN CRITICISM. THORROLD AT NO: ORMESBY. fhrough the death of Mr Stephen Eger Thorrold, which occurred on Friday week at his residence, The Grove, North Ormesby,the tovhtship of North Onneeby has lost one pt its oldest, best known, end most respeged residents. 11
November 23, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
plause.) The II onagers.

plause.) The II onagers.

Mr Slater gave "The Manager," and said I one of the cii:er meow of the firm's success , was the harmony existing amongst the heads of departments, and each one was striving to keep that .annoth tate of affairs. , The competition that prevailed betweet) the departments was very h
November 23, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
_Well, aft.er 1.1-stenin* for over an hoo

_Well, aft.er 1.1-stenin* for over an hoo

_Well, aft.er 1 . 1-stenin* for over an hoo Mldohasexix unity of reconsidermg my opintMrl sspressing my pleasure at having removed . Tba . agea . ker, in his opening, :narks. said he 'must crave patlenoe azd 4:ldulgenee as the subjee Of a 4y ia.uie thtit be fplt wou.d be impJasib
November 23, 1912 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England