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The Arbitrators Decision on the Dispute between the A. A. Co. and their Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

rThe& Arbitrators Decision on thel : Dispute between the A. A. Co. Iand their Miners.. IN last Saturday's issue we announced that t he late .Conference of the Associated Masters and, the Officers and Delegates of tlohe Miners' Union, had appointed Messrs. NErLSON, 'FLETCHER, ALNWICK,' and DAVIS, as Arbitrators to ·decide on the matters in dispute between the -A. A. Conm 'pariy and their miners. On "Saturday last they .went down the pit and carefully examined the various places in iegard to which the dispute arose, and on Monday they held a meeting at' Mr. Trotter's Col liory Hotel, "Wallsend, to consider 'their decision, which .will be found in another colmin. By referring to the report it will be seen that they have..decided to give wlhat the men as ed, for. five out of tIe seven places in dispute; and' nthe other 'two are a trifle under whit the men asked. We think this decision '-very forcibly proves three things: 1st'. That the demands made by the A. ·A. Company's meh we...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER ESCAPED COMMUNIST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

rlic giferald of- .8aluidnry saysr ':·-l:Aiot~licr-escapliaul Coninsit~ii~it iiiSydlnoS: ol1ikririy..jij~fi·;oi Conflmict '11 ri~ said tim1 I h~uelthe \r~ijnor~~l110 inth ftzhuihd, annc~ iiretlncul. thlere uneti t.luevcqs uiunI bccuu ab'out si' s: ruerdrca sea, iwIucn he oin~~~ie on Chik ~~j~ilouo ,ito, vesa o !-Ssgpleyh 11s. pca~icilnsnl, acosi Chling Lu' j~ the usal cusom, biy` thiobld Llcehniat o'f CoL~Qu nul dothaca tcargolna' tboiforolhohtl.;.ho3: houcveu.nclc~~. e~d;to,gu intO thuo,1efiou;,.holc~j . -It u reipor~cte that thq eslrcapc' `~vs Aj :~!cni9jhi :Ocudunun'ii`st:·$y ' arm ::;''~ -u

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE ARBITRATORS' DECISION ON THE A. A. COMPANY'S DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

"THE 'ARBITRATORS' 'DECISION . ;,ON THE -A.. A. '. OMPANY'S DISPUTE. WE ,have be~ favoured by Mr. T.POTAS An?wwrcK.iwithhhe following report of the result of the. delerations of the Arbitra tors', on the abovdispute: . ; WALLSEND,KIsfJUN JNE;8. T' 'o the Secr'etaies of ile AoSbciated 'Maister and 'Miners' Unidon ': "iSnIs,-W e~i the Arilbitratois apioihtted by the Conference of Associated Mlasters and Officers and Delegates. of tlihe Miners Association, to examine and enquire into the special differences in rate of payment bet~ween tlie manager and miners of the A. A. Co., met on 30th ult., visiced. ndl carefully examined all the places in dispute, and we hav.e now the honor to :gire you ;tlhe result of our enquiry and decision thereon : GALLEY HORSE ROAD, NARROW BOARD SEOTION. Botton coal o . .' 4 LittJo tops .... . 0. ,0 B and . .. 1?1 Coal ... ., 4 . Co oal.... .......:.:.. +: 2,' 6. o. _. 3 Total height of se"m - . 9t 2 Jerry, morgan land bands 2 3& Totalolean coal .·. ....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LICENSED VICTUALLER'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

• W.J . llits, of thoilibLe njy I:.iloy iIThvoz., srgeots, attrikiigly ;millustristos ith?J hviub' -"of LiLpdsod'rioturllor's .,.Atssopiionwt s sl' ngeont~o jI-irctoo~tdigi~ 1iti iiuWibOIs, O"1u154,~i yuoaous -i'oz r6b?douti?siis; J1 ?i- ' llis oii "hhomu" tortaitio thopolidhesomzcod'td hivo ia ve uoi.:' unji$t o.iii fiu,1d theo:das .siuglo hiaudod, hle wdirld hf1l prol.'lliLity hatvo boeodo?,al with' iii tbiissl iM "tic him up, an, 'knock1'hitm down~ stlebl adoptted towarids Pnhblieai:sib;'iii ai Ltt~ Appacri~ag however, as hoidid; .Lbaokddby tehoflu'fioc o6f th. Arssia uoni,i and assistddl by its abloylegal' advisbr,"thb "Bdii'c bis.tow?el mort ao sidsprattipon tht o ease. th iresult hioig tlio' tiriutoilitlt lreftatzion of tho. ohargo ? po ferodaai··r lus~i In

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

FATAL RALWVAY AOCCDEN'?' CORONER'·S TQj3jSr. ON Friday evening t, apo ,a-ortar, onplroy3ed. ait tlhe Holl~ysucclde o oint otation, of ,the Great Northb'er ~hivi yy lost;liiB life tihron'gh being run over by the W-Vallsondcoal train, . From the Pilot of MIoudaly.'we' loearn that ani inquest was held oii tlihe body, on Sa?i~ ?py riorning, h fore the District Coroner fiiaLa"" jury of twelvoe. - , The principal evidence adduced was h:??t of theego 'rrver of the traiq Thomdrasl lylnnkeatt. deused. .I,. amnge dhiver on gied"W sfid h.ol traini, ' I I?new deceasped EdrarFl Willii?on,' he was, a lporter at Hoineys?tgcklePbiihtStatidn, fho was 'about thirty-five years of age ; I last saw hiton alive abouit thirty yfi e minutes pasi five yesfei day. ovemog;- I- was on.hny ongo goingonG ads Wallsond with einpty cdlaiwagsons; there were ninotoenaw agg6ns-.atd ,ond van ,.just as I came abreast~ of the HLonousuckloe §tation the deceased cania out of th'e. poi6ers' rooim; he had no lamp in his' hmi...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE DAILY 'PILOT.' [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

Our M 3onlayl ]nsb wo .rccozyodr w Icoo~y: of t~he flirs~ ~~uwbcr of tLho- £\'lvco:tl~e Rda4i in.~ its !nowrfeoi. (ldouble (lolaly), and ibm ih~o facld 'ttb ouf its coaauu ou4l dadyjr shouldl oumltliuil arisioo supidji~ o~f'diutroict zuiicd go'norol uoi~ia ou~~ioo. Va~ w~isn ~~'rthe - o istorprisuii p!~'upirots9ct'iii(vi suclcess us thoir~now: ~venture.:it

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miner's Meetings. Co-operative Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

jNin~eir's: :: 1Veeitfing. Co:-orperanl~ve H`Bi fiiP.4~ ON, Saturday eveniug lust a special meeting of tLle Co-operative miners was "i?id at Mr. Luradty's liotel, Wallsond.-Ii?. J. Sum mecis jresided.-i3finutes of previous meiet :inuo read and confirmed. S.i'hle CniAn?rAN said "the first business wnould be to hear the replortof thle deputa tiifo uppqinred to w-?oi uIpofn til?e manager YTspeetinJh racrk for holding the picks. --M r. JAs. NxLsoN, on behalf of the depu-: tat on, ..said .tlhey had .waited upon the mann?'er, ndifd liihid:promiised to have the raclk made ;4 :discussion tookplace risp 'cting the turn 'of??skips. Great dissatisfactifn was ex irossed by several speakers at the unerqual minei. the skips vwere distribitted, when a mntion wa it 'nlast carried that thie manua ger be reqnested to rectify thle evil as far asl pos~sible during thIe nexIt fortnight. .:pt was;:thecn carrieild that a:c?mittde of two men fro., eachl flat be appdinted (one fi;ot and one back) to keep ac...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE MAIN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

Ti IAL'g itLY"loAT Scino for. tho upper mmdii ro baih i4Amiieb .ImihibiI tufl Omiti Wi i\;LlCRId~ iVill U04J01t( SCt1 to IIOciV tha~ctr m mmothcO apponrimmliii hthit Chmt~efle of J·iihmi 1ulothd.inmimlrd thij Os b;1tommmmdii n ibmul to hod moatic .· ·I ·. :.! ·.: ··r·. ··· < I-,

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Borehole Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

Borehiole Mineris. Tm?regular nimonthly meeting of the Borehole miners wvas held at. Mrs. M'Auliff's hotel, at half- past 6p.m. on Saturday lnest. M?r. James Reed in the ehair. Tihe meeting. ~waswell attedoaid, the room l?ing crowded; TThe minutes'of tho'previou~s meeting were read and cohfirmed. 'I"' 'Y'" - ' 'The roll as ~tion called, about half of the meimbers boing present..? The CL.Ohanirman said 'the fiist bisiness of the ninatihg. Wooild be.to decide at what hur the rionthly meetings should be held in futurc. It was thought by some that 8 p.m. was the besttinme to hold the ileootings, while others were iii favour f'df 0 p.m. -A show of hands was then .aken, when it was decided, by a large majority,.to hlold the nicetings, at 6 p.m. Tho next on the bhisiness sheet was a ninute from the committee, in reference to the riight of a miner named Mins, to hold the bord in which hle was working. The .com. mittee considered that heoheld it illegally. It, appeared from thie uemnrlks of ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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FOOT RACE FOR £200. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

-ooT iCs rot ' 2.00 . We are happy to inform the love?is of foot-incinl that they will soon nhave anothcer oppoitunit? of judging of the. merits of lthe favourite athlete \11atsol. Onl this "oEcxsion .his opponent is a mmxl xworxthy of li,. viz., \VW. CroIk, of LBallarnt, Victuxli, and conmmands a great incay friends and blckei's in TValisend, xwho, being anxxtiout to seeo hii mnaciple piLCCs with WVIatson, last week telegraphed for his aconsent to bC blticked, and the, answcr bei2ng fx.iotirahbtl , a unatch was inide at M1r. Lundxay'" ri'w"?e Imn, WVallselid, on Aonklaycvenlgla Inst. 15i was depocited as money to Inay Croak's passga- ueve' hiere, and I0 a side as a gularLitlce that the racb will come offl; Tlhe stakes ari' to be I100 a sidd distancxe a quarter of' milx, ix nd, the .rac must b?i run within' thri i miile s friom Nbirc'astle. WeV bc lievae Vatson will be trained by DT)uulop, of Ilaxxil ton,.and Cronuik is to b lihnndted ov?u' to Ailex Ddne of xTVallsclxd.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

NEWCASTLE HilPPINC.N -,:: VEdSELS LOAD?NG AND TO LOAiD. Shattonikhfin y, ship; Pickard to lorid.Wars. ?i?e of tlihet ship 821, Le Coute to l.a .' sanopius, ba.i iCe, 765, legers -'t loa;dLambton ThDilawai, ba, rque, · l'180, Treobath/, to lo : a al_ M:iedora, barqu~ , 337, Petrio ; to load New Lamb toin Lizzi? H., American barque, 898, Babson; to load L: . ambton addi n, barque, 1206, Sargent,. to load Walls Ool~ i,?s~hi, WVill ni&-;(t6*load[ WVallsend SSeaF r_. 7 a ll89 ,Wodward, to lod Walls Wil1vd ave, brig, 194r-Wilson. ' ~' ' ASsie lieRk, barque, 281,. Siviero . .o . ,a N.L:l s ' Kasan . arq i , 324,' M eCoruln? " - . SJlyion. Ca-,tlo; btrqlue, i548,;"4eo'?tt; to'lloa&d h-: _beonus ship, sh11, Aildrewa; to load L?mbton Albueli, barque, 7? o .homas; Gto'losadI? Lamb ton KPhnaton, bsrque . Gibson ' Oxcm bcrque4, O 5, on tlad A A Co i S"Lutterworw h, ship, S13, Clarro to load Co0-pera. "tire .. -Chctic cer, barqnen; to load-Greta--- ritias le, o hin, d, Shields 'to...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

REMi OV AL. . B:E:RL IN HIOUSE,;:: HIGH STREET, WEST MAITLAND. "STEW...RT . XzTOREL i ,Take this opportunity of thanking-his friends and the public'for.their favour and patronage .during the past twenty years, and begs to inform them that he 'has REMOVED from . Opposite the Telegraph Ofice to those more extensive premises known as '; : Where he will have greatly increased .facilities for conducting the' Several Branel?dof buIsi ness for whick Berlin HIouse has so lonig and favourably been known. ? B. 21. wouild also call particular attention to a S CHOICE LOT OF GOODS JUST OPEN vhich. arrived by thle Forward io, and would solicit an Early Inspecti , as?. they are too mumnerous to partibularise in an advertisement. :o:) . * '.. 1 . 0------ * / .Baby. Linen, , Ladies' and Children's .Underclothing nd Braided Suits in great variety. , , . M IL II; N .3E IR y ,,: . Hats, Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons, Blonds, and Laces. LARGE STOCK OF GLASS SHADES IN .GREAT VARIETY. .~BE-:. 13: .S In all S...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

TO CORRESPONDENTS. R. JT. Scorr, Greta.--Your letter is tMb personal for insertion, and the question about-which theo dispute arose is now settled. " - AND . • lv ORTHUMLBERLAND RECORDER. W i WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

NOTICE. T'o our Cunstitueu-ts in the Mining. -.-. . Townships. . .. • -TE:iive'ni much pleasure in auiii'un'Ci'i'. •' V° to our friends in the district g'ene rally that we hav&'appointed : '. :MIR i1W.-T. D*ENT, ;-' :Or LAMBTON, Toi thu Offi'ce of tliEPORTER' and'CAN r\A.SSER,. andw'.Lw trust to this-' be" ini a Ti6siti"on.toREPORTi, MORE ACCURATELY all Min.ersM"' eetings, and also secure the very iATsT' NmWs of the' District before going to Press. M'Mil. DENT will alsp..superintend ..the delivery of the A.DVOCATI, and through h: im oe' holpe i:allV' 6omplaints about non rieSeipt of the Papor will be. avoided. ':" e is also;emnpowered to RECEIVE ORDERS for Job Printing and Advertisements, and to Collect all Monies Due to the Advocate, and hlis-receipt will bea suflicient discharge. S .." '"J.M. SWEET, ;. . .. . Pro. Proprietors. S'irlers' Advocate Office, ' Wallsend, ;May 18, ,1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ACCIDENT AT NEW WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

ACCIDEYNT AT 2N&W TVWALLSEND. On Moionday. last I serioui" necidcht happened to a miner tnamed l.ames Hlall, in the Nciv VWllseud col liery;. WVhlile he was at his-work in his! bord a full .of coal took pilace, which ahnost covered him, and inflicted several severe bruises, tile most selrious being injuriee to his chest and loins. After thenac cident, antd hiero being no doctor out there, ten of Lis initest decided to tIring hint tb the Newui.tle ltospidl, oi,?-s\rallsend, a?ni after maakiug?t liater, carrned Jinm hero betwCuntthlieut-ad tlisttue of about tlhirty itJiles, tirlviig{ laite on Monday ilighlt. DI'. Sclhradtr atteidted to Iiin, and dlid what his skill suggestd,' but titic man beingita IL very critinl state, hle would not; conseot to his removal.--J?efore going to press we were infuor?ctd that the unfortunate .min?n died at lthdf-past' six last litiht, nld thil t Constableo Leonard goes to Newcnstle this (Vedlesday) miorn ing for the lpurposo of requteslting thle ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

liThe Newycai·sle: TVeekly CIoniccle says: The speeches delivered last .week iant 'the bah'qifiet to 'Mdj or :Dnuncn, the Conservative ealididatcibfdrMijol thl , i.ave ever since t ecn -a sbtirce;' of iiieli .anni'ciaidiit to the mining population of Nor.thuUibblisidi i : How could if bb dith'esrdise when 'tln clergymen talked of taking iii'handr-tlihe political educatibn of the miners ? Mr. Marshall Cresswell, of Dudley Colliery, hns forwardded us sfioe verses on the sihbject. The following lines will show the spirit of the composition : Mr. Jonies, in reply tiv a toast frae the chairman, Thowt pitmen miglht be eddykated in mind *Ti forsyek mIr. Burt, which wadd'nt be fair, man, For ti put in the Major wad sheeoor be unkind. Shnd he pet up agyon at next general elekshiu, .?eo'll troat~bimn wi' kindnesS, the best we can show; But wor awn canny Burt will shoer find proteckahin Agyen iill new comers, how high or how low. - So, yu moen o the srplis, that wants roeformashin, Try yo fros...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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FOLEY'S FOLLY, HANGING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

FOLEY'S FOLLY, UANGING ILOCIC. rc are informed, 6n reliable authority, that the clairn held h1 r11. JTarminr, MIayor of Singledon, at this place, is. now bringinlg out quartz that wIill crush JOO dwts. of'gold to the ton. . This is vdry cnconuraging news to sevenil of our 11alsend people shio hold claitns ,tdjcent to this, for they ma; ex ipec a similar iresult, espelciailly, the oneadjoinillng Mi'. Jarmnan's, which i heIld by .Messrs. ,irrmell, Icad, ]iroadfoot, and others, IaId whom, w. e h|ope. .may be as successful before long. IThe Vrallscuid G. M. Co. will probably also anticiplate in tlhis sdcceos; Ias their claim is otnly . 'short. distalnce eloff, ildn the al,? e reef runs througl all the grounil.'

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

i·.?,,-LOCAL" INTELLICE NCE: .I WA: ALLSEND ,AND £ L'lAT'I:? G.LH . Th' Wllsoind: pit lost bne "3hift~ ori .Mondny, It. worked both y?sterday. The CGojedir'tive' ire iii h full .workr.·~ '- ·::r-: : :::'-"- i

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

ilG, w: AMi IITON1 - ," monthly irettig of'tllo niincis of this coli;Sr? wis hold at M.itIi f1 Aullilo s lnano. niaturid -ng last: .i · n s "n apparent to over? one present that somo otiher arrangcoents :tsduld havic td beo made in dillitig tho roll,+£.or the 'preh~ctl? "ystoni ot onllligi?t At the beginning-.of the mcting is i: failure, ,as befordthet mcottiii wvasi half over two-thiids of thli min?es, whvlo were prcsenI; when the roll :waris cahlled. lindlloftdeft I proesum that the ob~ject in cnlling'th' roll and inflictlng fines on thlosq who'aro absent, is to anstll :a Ubttei' attendance, in' -ord4r ilint' tihe. biisiicBs .of the 'lodgo rmay be trhnsacted miore satli rfictorily.si.-lien; what gooil can it bo for tlji omem fbars.to ttond'ia?ijln's soon as the roll is oilled d leavio t~i l .Juini·ssfl ' ba done by a few, tclhey might just as well stay away-nltougeticr.he, see' cthat tlfeio.Wallsnd miliern haono. rdol?aedlib c~tll Iho rolt bol.h at the boginniing and ond of thirrc...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874

LOCAL IXII'IiOVEiLENfa . , Ities oni weeks sinie wice refierred to the improve mellts taking Iplaco iln' oir own townis-V-' llaland hnd :Plattsburg, and during that time they have boen.very: marketd aind rapidt ,:In. the lValisend to?vnship the most rttractive~s a line brick buildin, hailt Jy lIr. IT., Luiiday, and attached to his hote?, Aiind intenided, wie believe, fbr aistor, : while tihe up stairs room will be used for public' meetiengs,: &. O posite .thle railway station,, Mr.? ,. Johinsen'it. biiidirn& is making "reat progrca, and .w"rill soon be dompletod t is i rten-ed fo6r is hnstel, will be two storie s high, and iwhei "fiaished will "icon tain eleven rooms, besides:: kitchen 'aid 'out houses. In •iN'sew,, ;allarat .tonthip, ; ; i near the ETiglish Church, houseas .re going uop by, the dozen, and we ste infornied tlha every allotmient of land there 'hlis hiedn takoel uti?.'lnthe vjciiiity of Pit TIowai there are 'severad improvements at present takilng plac...

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