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c*- as, 33 .a. rar i* *sr

c*- as, .a. *sr xc. r nor x> x> x«. x s,. ROSE AND LILY COMPLEXION CREAM for Sucburn, I'Tcckles, etc-, 5 .’d and lOjd. ICILMA CREAM, 1/- per Jar. HAZELINE SNOW, lid per Jar MADAM JUENE’S SKIN FOOD, id per Jar. KOLYNOS TOOTH PASTE, 1/- per Tube. MASON’S CARBOLIC TOOTH POWDER. 4id.
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
A COJIPLJiTE SUCCESS

A COJIPLJiTE SUCCESS

live stock of any kind has been kept ou the farni, and fannyard manure made*- excepting the case cf horses necessary to work the land as adjunct to the steam cultivation, and though all the straw lias been sold off, the fertility has not only been kept up, but actually improved,
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
CRITELTY TO A HORSE,

CRITELTY TO A HORSE,

CRITELTY HORSE, Edward Henry, hawker. South Shields, was charged with cruelly iU-tre-ating a. working it. whilst, unfit, at July 29. Joseph Stephenson, hawker, Byker, was charged with having caused tho horse to worked in unfit state.—lni giving evidence, P.C. Carr stated that was
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
BLYTH SHIPMENTS.

BLYTH SHIPMENTS.

The Blvth Harbour Commissioners’ report for July shows that during the month 90 vessels and 205 foreign vessels entered the porh the aggregate tonnage of the former being 53,519 and the latter 159,957. The sailings numbered 290. comprising 78 British steamers and 7 British saile
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
COUNCIL.

COUNCIL.

The meeting of this authority ■was hold Wednesday, the Hon. the Rev. C. Ellis presiding. Also present were Messrs. T« Hudson, J. Barker, J. S. Clark, G. W. Stephenson, T. Smith, C. E. Young, R. B- Dormand, R. Hine, J. H. Merivale, W. Reavley, Thos. Stamp, M. H. Lowery, W. Brown;
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
HALF-YEARLY RATE

HALF-YEARLY RATE

Clerk submitted the half-yearly estimate, which showed that the deficiency to be met out cf the rates was £3,811. rate of 7d. in the £. raising £3,813, the same that for the corresponding period of last year, was recoinmended a-nd agreed to.
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
S3' : , LADIES' COSTUMES, 50 - • a, Light Grey Suiting in rev tn«e ■a.lily, with pipings Emerai Green

S3' : , LADIES' COSTUMES, 50 - • a, Light Grey Suiting in rev tn«e ■a.lily, with pipings Emerai Green

Cloth Collar, narrow Glace Bel to match. Glass Buttons, and narrow Vest, Price was 90/-. One in Whip Cord, with Soft Green Glace Ben enrl nipings tone: 65'-. The third a X- Coating Serge, Plain Coat Bat Tong Bevers of Black Satin, inset wi!'. ••veen : 65’-, All the Coats are lin
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
Smart Dresses aftd Gowns.

Smart Dresses aftd Gowns.

6 LADIES' DRESSES at 19'6. X«-.v. smart styles. Colours are Briyht Xavy, Reseda, and Brown: Magyar shape, with High Xeck and Three-quarter Sleeve, trimmed Embroidered Medallions and small Gilt. Studs. These were sold 30/-. SALE PRICE, 1 S each. 12 HITE MUSLIN DRESSES, in two pat
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
SUPERB LIFE MOTION PICTURES, &

SUPERB LIFE MOTION PICTURES, &

twice nightly, NEXT WEEK: STARBING ENGAGEMENT AT GREAT EXPENSE OB’ THE S SISTERS VOLK , COMEDY ACROBATS AND EXPERT DANCERS. ■ ENGAGEMENT OP 3VEISS XKCAUD, SERIO and DANCER. POPULAR PRICES: —6d., 4d., 3d., 2d. THREE PROGRAMME EACH WEEK. MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and SATURDAYS. CHILDRE
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
GANCE & GOOD TAtlh

GANCE & GOOD TAtlh

are the characteristics which invariably distinguish a Drawing Room that is really well furnished. And remember, a drawing room that lacks these qualities is not a fitting room wherein to receive your visitors. have a Notably Fine Right Furniture for the iF, 'isr. Selection of t
09 August 1912 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England