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CORK /No I Per 1/6 Yard- I'4" t Square ART FLOORCLOTH ~ „I L. Per 1 aiD. Yard. Square 1

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-- • - Tekithoue: The City Floordoth and Linoleum Co., MAVIIFAcTURENS. . FORTH HOUSE, PINK LINE, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.
04 October 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Rossleigh

Rossleigh

'Phone: 4840. LEACH MAKES A RACE OF IT. ONLY A NECK TO SPARE ON DOM I NI CA N. FOLKESTONE. Tuusday. Glorious weather favoured this one day 10 - lt,Weidenbanger, where a fine crowd Motor Engineers to H.M. the King, Olympia Garage, Northumberland Road, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. TURF NOTI
04 October 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DIVIiION I.

DIVIiION I.

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04 October 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE HEELS OF Ont SHOES.

THE HEELS OF Ont SHOES.

A good deal is being said about the loner heel that is coming into fashion on our da:4 and evening Klux*. It is true that many women in London, and Para., have been wearing comparatively low flat heels to their shoes, Mostfp they are Americana and from a nation that invented and
04 October 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
some OF ITS ON: PERMANENT lAN ON RECKLESS SUSPECTED DRIVERS TOO DRASTIC? YORK, Received Yesterday. I Judge Sir Thomas Granger,

some OF ITS ON: PERMANENT lAN ON RECKLESS SUSPECTED DRIVERS TOO DRASTIC? YORK, Received Yesterday. I Judge Sir Thomas Granger,

of Southwark The timely arrival of the police prevented s County Coort, hes a permanent btu crowd taking summary vengeance on a man on motorists who drive to the common danger. whom t h ey im p a cted of (Jordo n Fines and licence would then be Sternberg, the lOnionthsold son of
04 October 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WATERLOGGED BREHM.

WATERLOGGED BREHM.

CONDITIONS UNSUIT ED TO GIRL GOLFERS. Th l e conditions which obtained during the decision of the first round of the Girls' Golf Championship at Stoke Poges yesterday were quite unsuited to female youth. The greens w ere water-logged and drenching rain fell. I Putting with any d
20 September 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OLAIIOOII Fatsairts.

OLAIIOOII Fatsairts.

OLAIIOOII coat sued foist erith rates feisty steady. ol Feral to tomb Easta. I. taw post to Brut,. Me ism. es Catlif a Janeiro. tau. Ins
06 July 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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VS 54 Ike 361. 6 04 74+164 3 N 151 131. 2 6 3 9 9 1; 1i is 41

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04 October 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
not until the seventh that Wingate, with a fine four, scored his first win. The Wearsider also won the eighth

not until the seventh that Wingate, with a fine four, scored his first win. The Wearsider also won the eighth

in three, and was two down at_the turn. Ball won the eleventh and thirteenth, but Wingate took the long fourteenth in four—• bogey five bole. 1411. however, took the fiftee2th, and this gave him the match by four and three. H. J. Pernie. Northumberland, was beaten by three and o
04 October 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE FREIGHT MARKET.

THE FREIGHT MARKET.

THE TYNE Las Palmas, 2,300. lls. London, 2,100, 3s. 9d. Bremen, 1,700, 3d. lbenel, 1,800, 7s. Antwerp from Forth, 800, 7... le. discharge.
18 September 1922 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England