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"ARMY'S" JUBILEE.

"ARMY'S" JUBILEE.

It is not the Army of which most people in this country are thinking now, and whose fortunes they are following with so much interest and anxiety, that refer to, but one which, fifty years ago to-day, the late "General" William Booth founded in the East End of London, and which
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NORTH COUNTRY NOTES.

NORTH COUNTRY NOTES.

Brigadier-General William Scott-MoncriefF. Fossawav, Kinross-shire (killed in action at Dardanelles on June 28), was born June 1858. Formerly Lieutenant-Colonel the Mi"' Regiment, he had served in South being wounded at Spion Kop. General Scott - Moncrieff was a Deputy Lieutenan
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE CAGE BIRD SOCIETY'S SHOW.

NEWCASTLE CAGE BIRD SOCIETY'S SHOW.

The annual nest feather show connection with the Newcastle Cage Bird Society was held in the St. Wilfrid's Mission Hall, Blandford Street, on- Saturday, the kind permission of the Rev B. Taylor. The entries were hardly so numerous as last year, but were considered very satisfact
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. HELP IN THE HARVEST FIELD. 30, Fleet Street, London, E.C. Sir, —There one possible form of

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. HELP IN THE HARVEST FIELD. 30, Fleet Street, London, E.C. Sir, —There one possible form of

help which seems have been overlooked. For some years past farmers or their wives all over the country have made a practice of taking holiday visitors. I have (before me lists of over thousand, whioh might increased. If scheme promptly devised for bringing together farmers and h
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. A destructive fire broke out soon after four o'clock on Saturday mojrning in Juxon Street, Lambeth, London, the property attacked being that of Messrs J. Houston and Co., grain dryers. Telegraph wires which crossed over the burning building became red-hot and sn
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LOCAL STOCK & SHARK LIST.

LOCAL STOCK & SHARK LIST.

c i rt , Closing nrices Name Saturday, Business done Company n-isa.m. C Ballwavs. 6% N.E Consols.... 108 109 108% 4 Do. 4% Pref .... 94 ■ Coal. Iron. Copper. &c. Armstrong Whit .. 35/5 35/9 35/7% Do. 5% .. 19/0 20/0 Barrow Hematite .. 19/6 2C/6 Metal-Chmcal 32/3 33/6 11 6 Bell C
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DEAN OF DURHAM & THE WAR.

DEAN OF DURHAM & THE WAR.

NEED FOR CHRISTIAN JUSTICE WHEN THE STRUGGLE ENDS. The Dean of Durham (Dr Hensley Henson), preaching yesterday, morning at St. Ignatius Church, Sunderland, said that eveTy considering Christian must needs ask many grave questions and strive find the answers the spectacle which t
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POWERFUL NEW SEARCHLIGHT.

POWERFUL NEW SEARCHLIGHT.

New York, July 1. A 3,000.000 candle power search-light, the invention of Mr. Thomas A. Edison, was tested for the first time a few nights ago. Fed by storage batteries, it is said to be the most powerful portable searchlight in the world. It specially designed for use in mine r
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Let. ALTON HOUSE, five mites from Morpeth, ton bedrooms, three sitting room"! Jio-Mj garden, tennis —Apply Morpeth. WEST —This Desirable

Let. ALTON HOUSE, five mites from Morpeth, ton bedrooms, three sitting room"! Jio-Mj garden, tennis —Apply Morpeth. WEST —This Desirable

REffIDENCE, ov?r an Acre Garden, situated on the West Tin*' (h.'gheot part Newcastle, uninterrupted Tl«* ot®* Tyne Vfiiiev), entrance hall, three recepti^J 1 rooms, kitchen, «cullerv, and other outhouse*, sercn bee* rooms, cress in? room, b.throom, etc. Immediate possesion. —App
05 July 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RINGWORM FROM CATTLE.

RINGWORM FROM CATTLE.

CLAIM FOR DAMAGES DISMISSED ALNWICK. At Alnwick County Court, yesterday, a case was heard Judge Green well, in which John Scott, labourer, Boulmer Hall, claimed from John illiam Pearson, Lesbury Look Out, sum of in respect of his daughter, Mary Jane Scott, who,, was alleged, lad
26 October 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England