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"I've just had a queer telegram from my. daughter." "What's wrong with it?" "I don't know. Here it is. I'll

"I've just had a queer telegram from my. daughter." "What's wrong with it?" "I don't know. Here it is. I'll

read it you: 'Zimersogoliomnovofhkptuwxy?' "What" earth you suppose it means?" "Why, it eithet means that the wires are crossed or else she'* engaged to a
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Looking Around.

Looking Around.

(By "WHIST.") The Danube in Flood. Yesterday, I alluded the inundations nowthreatening the inhabitants dwelling on the banks the Danube. mentioned, also, that, in ordinary times, this mighty stream sends into the Black Sea 207,000 cubic feet of water every second. to the Volga,
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OBITUARY. WILLIAM WEBB OF MORPETH. After an illness of only four days, Mr William Webb, solicitor, Morpeth, died, aged 77

OBITUARY. WILLIAM WEBB OF MORPETH. After an illness of only four days, Mr William Webb, solicitor, Morpeth, died, aged 77

years, at late hour Sunday night, at his residence, North- Eastern Bank House, Newgate Street. had for many years been agent for the bank. In early held a business appointment in Morpeth. He later went to Great Yarmouth, and served his articles there. Returning Morpeth, about fo
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MOst lady men themaelvee great polijSiii and work up, my man; kt.lJjX "It don/in £ !" chum- '<v * To

MOst lady men themaelvee great polijSiii and work up, my man; kt.lJjX "It don/in £ !" chum- '<v * To

ar ® y° u old my o'otoolt l«oture." •" 6 PitllMiiiitj jJIMQII"
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE FATE OF THE HARPALYCE.

THE FATE OF THE HARPALYCE.

NARRATIVE BY AN AMERICAN OFFICER. Some details the loss of the Belgian relief ship Harpalyce, which was either mined or torpedoed Saturday morning when about seven hours' run from Rotterdam, have been given by Mr Hogan, of New York, the chief officer of the American steamer Ruby
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Sales bv Auction. ~ .... ~ On WEDNESDAY. April 14th. 1915. At OOW HEEL FABM. DUNSTON-ON-TYNE. (Adjoining the Railway Station.)

Sales bv Auction. ~ .... ~ On WEDNESDAY. April 14th. 1915. At OOW HEEL FABM. DUNSTON-ON-TYNE. (Adjoining the Railway Station.)

MESSRS R. MARCH and SON are favoured -with instructions from Mr James Johnson, who is emigrating, ot SELL BY AUCTION, without reserve, aa above, the Whole of his FARMING STOCK, etc. Synopsis:— LIVE STOCK : 18 S.H. Young Cow*, recently calved or fat. Draught and H.B. Horses, aged
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Weather To-day: Changeable. Motorists, Light up, 8«2« Baby Clothes. "What an interesting morning can spent the Mother looking round our

Weather To-day: Changeable. Motorists, Light up, 8«2« Baby Clothes. "What an interesting morning can spent the Mother looking round our

Babv Clothes Department All is fresh and new. Come to-day. Embroidered Voile Dres3 \W" Girl's Frock o! Fine White Embroidered low waist, with ribbon plotting and bow. Size, 21in., 5/11 Bonnets match, 2/114 Write to=day for anj Baby things wanted NORTHUMBERLAND STREET, NEW CASTLE
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
QUALITY ITT PIANOS. NEW MODELS COLLARDi From 38 Guineas Cash. OR BY DEFERRED PAYMENTS, Hare's Pianoforte Warehouse* 43 & 45.

QUALITY ITT PIANOS. NEW MODELS COLLARDi From 38 Guineas Cash. OR BY DEFERRED PAYMENTS, Hare's Pianoforte Warehouse* 43 & 45.

GREY STREET. This is the season for Btcwart's Tea! Think Birain and aarain, for the more you ponder over th® mny points this clorious tea the more you justified in having it in preference to other teas ° f questionable purity. Stewart's "special-2/2 Te^ stilly foririnK ahead, as
13 April 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE.

LOCAL NAMES IN SIR JOHN FRENCH'S REPORT. In dispatch published supplement to night'B London Gazette, Sir John, French mention*, among many others, the following whom recommends for gallant and distinguished in thjv field GENERAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF. Hon. Col. H. A. Erskine, C.8.,
23 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOR LATEST NEWS.

FOR LATEST NEWS.

THE WAR. KEEPING THE ENEMT ALERT. The correspondent of the London Daily Mail Rotterdam states this morning's issue that while the French army continues make progress towards the Allies are keeping the enemv the alert several points the long battle line. Compelled to remain in st
23 June 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England