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NOEraUMBELAND MINCE CUP. •V/ . ;rn«T kocjivd. .

NOEraUMBELAND MINCE CUP. •V/ . ;rn«T kocjivd. .

NOEraUMBELAND MINCE CUP. •V/ . . BOBiioAvg "a*- t. stwtnmt comAom. N.«ton liek cA. e.Q. BobßßiMi* “A"! L. K. iUtttmm; 63. Kaos, F Si' C. AmJrfsi. A. WHK*. Z. O: Behn. r. Sprat. J. Wotaos, 3. Saott, W. T. LmiMd, ,oA T. DoddA •_ TYNESIDE LEAGUE. FIXING r. FOOT EE’S UNITED. FWliflf.
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
HOCKEY.

HOCKEY.

Dniliaa County Colts. WHITES COLOURS. the West Eod ground; btrfly off 3.0. D. A. B*per (Bmkdtn): J. A. Oonfiner (W** Rad). J. B. (ht*it (Hadedcn); R. H. Jotuwoa (Sundertood), J. G. (D«rtingion). J. M. Horrinr (Sunderland): A. N. Other. A. (Simderlmd), T. (BrowiMy), 5. Cooper (Su
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OFFICIALS OF THE ROYAL HOUSEHOLD.

OFFICIALS OF THE ROYAL HOUSEHOLD.

New Appointments the King. The London Gazette announces that , give effect to rearrangement® of duties in the Royal Household, the Kang has made the following appointments —Sir Frederick Ponsonby. Treasurer the King Keeper the Privy Purse; Sir Douglas Dawson, State Chamberlain;
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A Tug-of'War.

A Tug-of'War.

Tug-of'War. Coming the question of the nightgown, mUum (MPrtcd th«t Long said •iM intended it, and witness said, No, you will pmt the garment down before you leave the ehop. She refused give it up, and witaem ♦tied pall it from her. The harder nulled the tighter she held it.” sai
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DEAR TEA.

DEAR TEA.

Prices Maintained While Public Demand Quality. of the report, which .pptwred tb.t t»o i» bring told »t lb. Mincing labc. wan plated yonterd»y leading tea broker that tea was wild at a price aa low *d per ib. Thia price, howerer, waa for tbe loweat (fradea, wbicK, owinj to the fa
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEW SPIRIT FOR IRELAND.

NEW SPIRIT FOR IRELAND.

Archbishop of York’s Message. Th* ArcHbwmop York, writing in his letter to the Diocese for the current month, refers the Irish question. is plain to'all thst things cannot allowed to drift, for thew are drifting into state soared; disguised civil war. “On« cannot but ask.” says,
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ANGLO-FRENCH LOAN PAID.

ANGLO-FRENCH LOAN PAID.

NEW YORK, Friday. Tlw payment the Anglo-French Loan ha« been scnompllabed »n4 disturbance rraa ineolTed in the disbursement over two million dollars in cash to-day. which mainly consisted of the French portion the loan, England baring anticipated payment of moat her share.—Reute
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DAMAGE TO TELEGRAPHS.

DAMAGE TO TELEGRAPHS.

Repair Wires may Discontinued Official warning was issued recently the postal authorities were considering whether they should continue repair telegraph nnd telephone wire* that had been maliciously destroyed, whether they should allow the areas in which these destructive acta t
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Sufferers.

The Sufferers.

Daily Nev-f.*’ comitk'tifins; w coal strike. ?ays; the Ptr»# has different for different cl«?*«a and different nations. th>* country the miners themselves prom;*' t« the greatest sufferers. fa dependent, their strike par. and ‘be stoppage they have decreed will make t impossible
16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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16 October 1920 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England