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Wark 09 January 1879 Wark schoolchildren and their teachers enjoyed the annual ?treat? with 200 pupils joining in games and tucking into a hearty tea before going home, orange in hand.
Wark 10 December 1879 Mr. Jobling of Cowden Farm was travelling to Hexham in his gig. While trying to overtake a coal cart, he ran into the wheel, which threw him violently into the road and caused severe head injuries.
Wark 31 December 1879 John Pigg, draper in Wark and the North Tyne, invited customers to come and inspect his large selection of new goods and winter wear.
Wark 01 April 1880 The tolls from Wark Bridge were put up for auction for the period from May 1880 to May 1881. Applicants could apply to the Wark Bridge Committee at Wark post office for details before the deadline of April 6th.
Wark 20 July 1882 Despite a persistent downpour of rain, a good number of people turned out at Wark Bridge for the meet of the otter hounds.
Wark 21 December 1882 A concert held in Wark Town Hall raised money for a fund to build a bridge to replace the ford at Longlee.
Wark 27 March 1884 Villagers in Wark fought for an hour to successfully save their town hall when a haystack next to it caught fire.
Wark 13 September 1888 The Great Northern Foal Show at Wark was one of the most successful ever, with 64 foals, 18 unbroken horses, nine other horses, 15 cattle, 68 geese and 2,420 sheep under the hammer.
Wark 15 September 1900 The annual Great Northern Foal & Young Horse Show and Sale of horses, cattle, sheep and geese was held in a field adjoining the Black Bull Hotel.
Wark 30 November 1901 ?) Thomas Taylor of Chipchase Castle gave ?1000 to the Fleming Memorial Hospital for Sick Children in Newcastle to buy a cot in memory of his father Hugh Taylor.

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