The South Shields lifeboat made towards her, succeeded in getting alongside, and rescued the crew.
He is a broad-built man—a Tynesider; not so very big for South Shields; a matter of six feet one, perhaps.
Under the excitement of this disaster the inhabitants of South Shields met to deplore and to consult.
To the left, a part of South Shields is seen, with a vessel "dropping up" the Narrows, just before entering the harbour.
The next expedition was organised by my informant, Mr. A—— of South Shields.
He had, accordingly, the good sense respectfully to decline the honor of contesting the representation of South Shields.
He imported there the grim, narrow creed he had learned in South Shields, and threw open the door for congregations.
Such goings-on are seen on the stage in South Shields in melodrama, and they are the goings-on of the villain.
He returned to South Shields and searched there, and spent the rest of the night seeking for his wretched idol.
It prevailed at South Shields that season with unusual severity, the cramps and spasms being peculiarly manifest.