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Wark 04 February 1905 A scullery maid was wanted for Chipchase Castle to join a staff of twelve to cook for a family of four.
Wark 03 December 1910 Opening of Longlee Bridge, 12 feet wide and with a span of 33 feet, by Miss Taylor, daughter of Mr. Thomas Taylor of Chipchase Castle.
Wark 01 July 1911 (HH) Picture of Wark coronation celebrations by Harvey Thomas of Hexham.
Wark 21 September 1912 Sale of furniture at the Highland Drove Inn, Wark, on Saturday 28th September by the order of Mrs. Brown.
Wark 08 February 1913 Licensing magistrates were informed of the closure of the Black Bull, Haydon Bridge; Fleece Inn, Corbridge; Flag Ends Inn, Hexham; Highlander Drove Inn, Wark; Queen?s Head, East Woodburn and Tarset Inn, Lanehead. Cf. HH 15/02/1913.
Wark 04 October 1913 (HH) Picture of A. H. Ridley, Humshaugh Cricket Club, by A. Kirkpatrick, Wark.
Wark 25 October 1913 (HH) THOMPSON: At Christie?s Hospital, Manchester, on 19th October 1913, aged 22 years, Annie McLean (nurse) youngest daughter of the late Robert Edward Thompson of Wark.
Wark 27 December 1913 Unexpected expenditure meant that Wark Parish Council had to find an extra ?100 to finance the provision of a new water supply.
Wark 28 March 1914 (HH) A professional tramp was charged with begging at Wark.
Wark 10 July 1915 Death of Miss Kate Boag, aged 42, daughter of the late Hugh Boag of Latterford, on Wednesday 1st July 1915 as the result of being knocked to the ground by a horse and never regaining consciousness.

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