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THE WAR AND TRADE.

THE WAR AND TRADE.

STATEMENT BY CHAIRMAN OF LOCAL ASSOCIATION, Tie thirty-eighth annual meeting 1 of the Northumberland and Durham Traders' Association "was held at the offices, 24, Grainger Street West, Newcastle, the chairman (Mr John B. Bowes) presiding 1 . The Secretary (Mr Geo. J. Bell) read
19 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE DARDANELLES.

THE DARDANELLES.

TURKISH TRENCHES CARRIED. BAYONET ATTACK BY ZOUAVES. ENEMY LOSSES DESCRIBED EXTREMELY HEAVY. Paris, Wednesday. official communique issued to-night Yesterday the Eastern Expeditionary Force attacked the Turkish lines on two=thirds of its front. After an artllery preparation the i
25 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
VISIT TO WOUNDED BRITISH PRISONERS.

VISIT TO WOUNDED BRITISH PRISONERS.

' * The Press Bureau issued last evening oL made to the American Ambassador report made Karl Ohnesorg, Jsd United States Navy, of recent him to hospital where British P son ,^ < ied' are undergoing treatment for their - tft, save on bis recent visit to the y ' inspecting base ho
25 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SOUTH WALES COAL TRADE DISPUTE.

SOUTH WALES COAL TRADE DISPUTE.

Mr Runciman, President of the Board of Trade, met the representatives of the South Wales coalowners and miners separately, yesterday, in connection with the deadlock which has arisen in the South Wales mining industry. As a result of the joint conference has been arranged to tak
25 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The 0 verlands have now arrived, and at the moment we can deliver from stock. £10 extra freight 'hJ.< O

The 0 verlands have now arrived, and at the moment we can deliver from stock. £10 extra freight 'hJ.< O

and carriage. Wire 'Plione you want one. ROSSLEIGH, LTD. NORTHUMBERLAND ROAD, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. Tels., 'Phone 47i5, 4340, Central. QREENFIELD AND ASHLEY. TURF ACCOUNTANTS, 18, GRAINGER STREET, NEWCASTLE. Nat. Tei«pboß«: 860 * 961. Telegrams: " Oipir." ACCOUNTS APPROVED REFERENC
25 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
IN THE PUBLIC EYE.

IN THE PUBLIC EYE.

THE PUBLIC EYE. SKETCHES OF NOTABILITIES IN THE NORTH. CCXL FRED JANE. The Tyneside Geographical Society has the happy habit, as well as the necessary enterprise, to bring lecturers to Newcastle just the right men at the right moment. This remark applies with peculiar force next
01 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE BELGIAN REPORT.

THE BELGIAN REPORT.

UEPCL SED and a farm occdpied - I*res, ° a * m ®nnique issued by the Belgian V the nil} Thursday. ■° tlie 28th and 29th our oc >,th Bncc e«s German at* S> Steenstraatc. e °emy'B artillery has been . bombarded at intervals K>^° u : ,ine ' j? 111 to the »onth Plauw* **»«>. War Min
01 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

STEVENSON v. FAL.KINER. Play iil this match 18,000 up went, favour erf Tburtrton'a afternoon. d;d exceptional, but slewed consistency.- Hi* best were 80, 171, 13%. ami 115. Stevenson carried unfinished 179 185. and afterwards made 84, 99, 70. 136, and 52 (unfinished). 'Integral:
01 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OBITUARY. GEORGE J. HOGG. The death has taken place, at his residence, 6, Barrington Place, Gateshead, of Mr George Johneon

OBITUARY. GEORGE J. HOGG. The death has taken place, at his residence, 6, Barrington Place, Gateshead, of Mr George Johneon

Hogg, coffee roaster and miller. Mr Hogg, who was his 70th year, and a native of Gateshead, commenced life as a marine engineer. In 1869 he went into business as a coffee roaster and miller in premises at the foot of West gate Road, ' Newcastle, and four years later went to Orch
01 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.

FROM THE EXCHANGE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Friday. Bank Bills, Post Moratorium- Two months 2A per cent. Three months ... 2 I %e per cent. Four months percent. Six months per cent. Day-to-day Loans if per cant. Bank Rate (August 8,1914)... 5 percent. Do. year agro (Jan. 29.1914) percen
01 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England