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WONDER HOI- 1 in New York WORLD’S memorable i New North Centre Urban Cduncii has an a ttempt to obtain 1 hue Point to replace the bevt -Nation in Newcastle / e , w days they will send hoiH dlsCov if it will be a conference of local Council told the they felt the ques long enough
28 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PASSED FLAMBOROUGH

PASSED FLAMBOROUGH

(I BOM LLOYD’S) FRIDAY. 8.50 a.m. NORTHWARDS, Yesterday: Umgeni (Hamburg to Middlesbrough). To-day: Somali (bound to Middlesbrough), Kildrummy. SOUTHWARDS, Yesterday; Broughty (bound to Hull), Malda (Middlesbrough to Antwerp), Afon Dulais. To-day: Camberwell, Lancashire Coast, G
28 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
nfVMPIA NORTHUMBERLAND ROAD I icll Continuous from p.m. TO-DAY: DOUGLAS —FLORENCE RICE

nfVMPIA NORTHUMBERLAND ROAD I icll Continuous from p.m. TO-DAY: DOUGLAS —FLORENCE RICE

28 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PAST AND PRESENT

PAST AND PRESENT

(“The ancient Roman counterpart of the modern army were not destroyers but builders in this country,” declares a local lecturer commenting on the appalling destruction left in the wake of a modern army, Roads, fortifications, camps and towns were carried out with astonishing gra
28 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
“Six huge burglars in there? ’Ere! I’m going to call a policeman.*’

“Six huge burglars in there? ’Ere! I’m going to call a policeman.*’

28 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BOY RISKS HIS LIFE TO STOP STACK FIRE

BOY RISKS HIS LIFE TO STOP STACK FIRE

Whickham Farmer’s Story A SMALL boy risked his ** life last night in an effort to stop a hayrick blaze at Glebe Farm, Whickham. Mr. William Duffey, who lives in one of the farm buildings, and gave the alarm, told the “Evening Chronicle Three little boys knocked on my door and to
28 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CUP-TIE BROUGHT FORWARD

CUP-TIE BROUGHT FORWARD

The Scottish Cup second round tie between Edinburgh City and St. Mirren has been brought forward from Saturday next to Wednesday. February 1. This arrangement has been made to avoid a clash with the Hibernian- Kilmamock tie.
28 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
(Stoiwk PRICE ONE PENNY NEWCASTLE arning Boarders

(Stoiwk PRICE ONE PENNY NEWCASTLE arning Boarders

her to the fresh air as much as possible. 1 dashed into the yard of the house and noticed a ladder lying on the wall. I took it off and tried to get it up to Mr. Brown, but it was too unwieldy for me. that moment two boys came along and I handed the ladder over to them. Everyone
17 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TO SAFETY

TO SAFETY

some of the people inside the burning house were dead,” she added. Heroic Woman A tragic figure several hours after the blaze had been quelled was Mrs. Foden, a life-long companion of Mrs. Edgar. Still begrimed by the smoke, and obviously dazed by her dreadful experience, Mrs. F
17 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FIRE CHIEF’S VIEW

FIRE CHIEF’S VIEW

Blaze Spread From Ground Floor at i( Terriiic Speed” Superintendent M. Chadwick, chief of Newcastle Fire Brigade, gave the following statement to the Evening Chronicle”: “We received a call at 4.19 a.m. Within minute the first engine was passing Grey’s Monument. The house was bl
17 January 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England