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WELSH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

TrrtT; Eorroi oix .riiia .!:I~rnp~s Ao~~vac.Tc v '.-llow mo, tblrD~olg '3a~ii' papar~d, to tatrto ii ~ae&~,ocdil n~ateh'~ii lia~(b a uuodi ol·i~ilt~lwaain(,8 1 !;~bbdtjo-bv]aa Sclktai 1I~A4lIo l ma tiu:pato Sthau WVash Chiara1~1 at! \V~latrl azQct~idta 1.1 tloy Wa'li 11 q tlhair hoat to lIeu Ilii) am I as t~i y w~caai thaonolyl too' osalo' o1IIu 1i t wanotq wvorih oh~ilafor awill lh, Ii 'otbUnd two ·~~jL~!$ locft Last~lauis:uina 'ibont; trklthbagni, ry, and connuan aod Ins muinstry ani the 9.h d thLo "same month. Shortly after the thrcdh:'churhes agreed, in a meeting of delegates (t.tiichll'm ?ceting ono of the Imld mlIembcrs of tho i3Bhurich at ;Yallond ~Tis. 1reseit) to holdt bi recog inition servicu it L:umbton, it being a middle place, naiudthe three place afterwards did Iublicly elluow ledge.hhda to he their pastor. -? Seoon after the recognition aneting, a delegate's mnctilng was called, the purposecof which wes% to lix a general seretary and genseral treasurer; one of...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING COLLIERY MECHANICS. MASTERS' TERMS. END OF LOCK-OUT. VOTE OF CENSURE ON THE "CHRONICLE.' NUMBER OF MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

MEETING COLLIERY MECHANICS. S MASTERS': TERMS. END OF LOOK-OUTT. 'OTE OF CENSURE ON THI'"OCIIRONICLE.' U: UMI?ER OF IECAIINICS. O Thursday last a meeting of the colliery mochanics was.,hold' at MIr. Stoclkeor's lIotcl, Lambton, to consider their position respect ing thocighlt hours'quenstion, andcwith a view :of settling what is to beo dona in the future. Thoro were abounfifteoon present, reprcs'onting men from Noewv' Lambton, Ha-Imilton, and Tiimbton-thero woro seven present from Nmw Lambton, but the 6thor collieries were poorly represented, none at all being in antteoidaneo from WVallsndcl, Co-Oporntivo, or. WVaratah, tib'ing a couplelo tat have left the fodrmer collieory. , o. :M .Mna., RonEn.? SansTxwas otod. to the chair, and bJriefly stated? tho objdt of the meeoting. ; o said since Itt they met terms 'hbad boon offered to thorn by Mossrs. ginshlip (6f A. A. Co.,) and ]rown, of Now Lnmbton, as follows:~ 'o work ninde fid a half hlours to' ond of year, and nine hours -afterward...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

M!SUELLAHEA. * HBLRs GALA ATT THE BrEP.- On Saturda-. afternoon the members of the Miners' Union at the Spen and their friends hold a gala i1 a field near the colliery, kindly lent for th5 occasion by Mr. Thomas Urwin. It w·a a beautiful day ; tlhe view from the field i_ pleasing and picturesque, and tile large gath, ering of youths and maidens that wer assembled entered heartily into the sports that the committee had provided 'for their1 amusements. Tea and spice bread of excellent quality was supplied in abundance -by the ladies of the village, the young men ran races and joined in all .manner of games, a good band. discoursed sweet music, and not a few danced.to itsqtrains. After tea a temporary platform was formed in view of the pleasent slope of Derwcntside, and a pnblic meetirg composed of the more elderly portion of the gathcring took place. Mr. Jos. Cowenpreo sided and among.the speakers wero Mr. \V. Crawford, Mr. N. "Wilkinson. Mr. J. Prichard, and Mr. Whitfield. The Share ...

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LOOK AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

LOOiK AT IIoII. .-"John," said a clurgyman to his man, "you should become a teetotalloer, you havo boon drinking again to-day."-" Do you never tako a drop yoursol', moonlstor ?"-" Yos,John, you must look at your cirounmstances anud mine." " Yorra truo, sir," said John, "but can you toll my how tho strcots of Jorusalom .weor kept so cloan I'o "No, John, I cannot toll you that."-" Wool. a?i; it was just booanus voery ino kept hi'.a"s doo cloan," . ,,,, 1

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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

IL M, ilAMILT4.) -Son o u, oF!An?ns.-Since my Iit._!L,&cQn municatbn a/doputation consisting of MAr. Donald '(May3oi of Hamilton) and Messrs. Kearnel and Duko, have waited upon Mr. Moerewetcr, superintendent of theo A. A. Co , rospectin tho financial prospects ofour;in- \ stitutiont? anfothor matters of pihbliobinteriEst.[ MAr. Moiicthlor rcceived-tho doputa'tion'with great co rtiy, and theo result was that he gonorously, bromised a donation of £50 on behalf of th4 Company and a fnrtllor donation, of £10 flotn himself towvards tihoTfids of the .School i .rts. 'i-Ho also at the roqnost of 'tho dcpilnion, consented to becomo; Presi dent, 'of thinsoitution. In thoZseo of conversation with the dopu tation, eM-Morowothor also promised.that he would "gil tde' RMunicipaf Council an allot mont of Iand \in. Bowinan-stroot (loading toj the railway st~tion), for tho jiurposoAfjbitld-. iug Coung ieCfambors -s. . '' Altliough I rfor'iod Lntla'wolc to the urgent necessitybf a station hons...

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WARATAH. WARATAH MUNICIPAL COUN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

Tzi1 Comic4~tubL on ~oDdiorTniibrj~ Moody Duif JTamets, aiaci Tiirzlloi·;; After thepni:~ ~iltato of thoe forme win cofiaodcorzeaspondence t· 1a4~eo'ta, Stat itb~t ql i)reaeijt waB availab]~d clt2r e Fr·om Lhu'asnd'e ^Deopnrtuul uinbraI soldi~"tecR for groii Oil ·I1oram thle sac Sciiooi of ~ Wr~~~ to' tpaId b rg ~'of the to'b paorty-bIW to~'. 3~~tii) irj view of wbiialing a ·fi·eu to lay o4,al ilnx M~oody d9p !J fullo Ir~nta ul~gVanrata ab Q~ilid th~nrltn foulio contra1]*~on~laid da'· tirots cou}J·~o. asiya udp. that with the vicw.to accor theI electors of the district, the Mn Coancil Chambes?- be pnlaced at the of the Govornmo~tl faor such nomiuat l.cctign, to seq've h ithq,; Parliamnent South ~Taleas : ior -tlhe ;said dlistric The foregoing reso!lution I forwarde honouranble theColonial Secretary, wi remarlwks sthe ±ayjor may be dispos n.a"--e: SCarried unanimoucly. -," Alderman TWoods moved and Ald Harpaer rocd. " Thai;t eanch uditor recei ssiu of 1 l1. for eaclhi audit for the e...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

LOCAL INTELLICENCE. 4-WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURGG. -Oingt t the proaauro on our pa.ce S .vln to lleaveo over till next issue let,',r. , '::7a:.7 ' "W. '--In "Y. C," ver~ies from ".VW.,l," p: lur Nowuneant correspolilonet's Sof the turmination of thoe reta ->t®\ rcHUinlle work Inst 'I'hurilay); N2 \oiVa9lsnd illners, hleld last .'' i.i 'ty of local and district iltclli On Thunsday evening last a N tuoe andc nembers of the eW at AMr. -Joseplh Trc.tter's sy Mi j EIHarris, juni., occuIpicL the c htir..;lThere irygoonl attendancL? , about thirty 'gntlem tin ireseit,- and the business was conducted saiactfaerlily.-Two aitlitors -were aiipoitedl;Mri.Philip Hiefner and Mlr. '.-Tyler--The'i.4i (Mr. 'crry), anounccd thatnearly ill jas?ere to hand nid nlabout E2i1 were paid. It was announced that tbo lukeepr'P'urirfaU6le tllrougg ill n coincsu.lnellce of there not btifilcicent ciitrances, anid after some conversatn. the motion of Mr- .liaris, socofnded by Alldri, '- Novel Raco was .ubhti tuted...

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[?]BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

6"'~ i at~tV aB~ttcarstingE .iuocta~Oifl at 9C 'V~ of this dondioiniiation licre, 'id cia's cveral of tlhem'-?will1 sig'gand iccito pidccd 'duriing the services. thb anniersa'ry is likely, to be v ery successfiil.s . F oQ9ti6racing is exciting nincli interest in sporting circles iii'this quiet town. just now, the samo*as.it is ail' over the district, and *there appoarstojli'uite n muia for it.. SThe.wenth~oLcrwia intensely hot last T ncs iday.and Wednesday, but a stornm setting in n'dthe'evehing of'thl latter day it has beeni fauch cooler since. .' ! Doc. 18, 1873.

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WALLSEND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

VTY.urnssiE J1.wLas.-SALn OB'Bbohir, &c.-On Thuradaylats the salo of gatee, ivapiibiolan's bodtis. .uako stalkl,. &a., took placo al 4r.AVm. Volls' Trfaiollorni' .liust Inn, Wallsoand. T)iore was a groat iniiany priiselt.iierit4bati'/±h% `isiult'di n~sl~ tb l -h ding was viry ut, Jh1o sairitt tha . Th ates were put M, iiili .oret cit etia'tion-w?, rej kuneked~ downu t6 M'1~5rli iJa oldie, :iur E109,. T'hie grand stand' linoth was noue and brongut , I l$ya,. MrTther liiig the pai'uhasor~'i' Mr nLd ',Thin~snhll'oight No. 1 booth (adjoiningi the' grand stabtd) for Q MIr. John Gordon n Wiratcih,1~ No 2 f6d!i8"'l0c.Y V1W, Ed~' ,O;"Ssfdrl £ 'iThl the lIiat!Oflc:l1o o 4hin1tii th~'Mx.r' Fiildhaolus6,' Ifowcastlq ;Por :C'IGn?-~ Ii$ cetthgdritin~g ag4c selhiti" teli caid was asold to Mr.TfiuLsoit T fii'lf nod ouitb cakeu ct'tlls .M~~~~~~~~~)))))))))) wero I sldj'i'iYateyI- t)d, aftol' it vymqo over all thto money was paid over in M1V' 1Vells parloir iaiid - liympor drunk to t...

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WALLSEND RACES. ENTRANCES AND HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

ENTPAnN1~ES A;D~ HAN·DICAPS~S~ Tonf~11nvzg c1the~ a\c~ ~s and audllricapa for t1.e 1hValhiiociid Grietiiiaa Races : MAe IDTIEN PLA~'rN. ~Mr: 1 Mr1FJo's hr.!: Jiepresi~ ~R 1 ~ ~ V"' a I Xf~l ~I~.TI; 3 yra MIr. Lynch· s9 osf Ma~rit:Lna, 3 yrs, Sit 7Ilis Vi Oi ha~' 1riutis, n.\VIi~ lw Brainhy, A yisu, Sst '.I.~j~Liter os ~)zhTior, noa~e.7t fIbs VI~' f-rltu i ejonr.. by ?.ilengars3 aged~l 7st~ .fonl~ \hryo a ci Eilprcs, .3'Jz~fIG'st471hs'Ui ( ~L VI". ]"vaiia' hi ITnly Julia, 3 yra, Get 7lba TIl .~ H-'orn a by f~$'i !M es, 'agel · d.3,Leiign ni thae chy TIhe l'lum, 4 yrs $ Iiiia ·~ll~'l.o ll·~slehintoohrlt yra s I:. 11. .1 iii jOtilhr or hg Vefin aO1IIged W I ;~vans bin Lady JIiSheth~ok l age~d~ !,-; i S. LanynorolthIi H rg fheioTh yxs £i~~J;8''~ 10 'iV. J. I lrria' lP'ncbylo rVah iie, age, £E10 W. I~vin'e biUto!Un ]gmterIy(a1, 1 Vi ALT ',~ND JOCKZEY CmIws EUI 01:DCM MiS:. T· l.Vrnv(s Cls Ke1-d~,agbNij~t)0Sb a t ,h s ; 1··'~.3 ~chi 5iifi hhlnus Tonnyja; dit C x 1t411 ,!,Joe.' Marro'slim....

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OLD CLAIMS REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

Orl, CIAIMS tl9 V.vED..-. Thoroe is an odd rmnour that. the town of Doncastor. is going, to apply to someo one to issno a wriLt to tihe borough for..tlho roturn of a member to Pralianno!t, oil tho ground tlhat a \?i~t was issnod to lthu borough in the tilm of Edward I., which the towni on its own potition, was reliovod from tlio nooossity of obeying, and that cur taiin other towns which had in liko manneor, i,?olinod tho plrivilogo 300 yoears aftoerwards by petitioiobtained thi restitutlion of thle ilght. It soous to haivo oscanpod th attontion of thoegood pooplo of Doncastor that at tho poeiod refcrrbd to, whloi those olther towns " wero allowed,.' as thedy. pulL it, 'I tlhir- doirmoet privilego," i the Crown 6stil: ooresod" thai prarogantivo of cdroeatilig eiow ,-bdoroughsa| pwor wh~ch ns-nevebr .,beoiie orsiod since theo oaso of th6lUbiglh Of Nowani*k iiith?eo:roign ofr Oharles II., and wlie?h .dt cominihilly sup: . posed to boe any longeor in d noeq, .

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

NEW ILAMSBTONJ.1 TUz'El annual scrmo'nsoftihe VWesleypn Saibath School 'wero prbachled 'on Suidlay,DDenbober 7th,--Lin . tlheo morning?: by the IRev. ,Mr. hIKoewon, and afternoon ,and veoling by Mr. J. Mnartin. Jho'conglegnatichs at each service were very good, numbering sonidhfng over. a hundred. On Monday, tin folhwing ,dy, theo children wore regalod witlihcak,, ten, lollies, &c.' After :this'l-pnblid te!,'.wnI held "in the'lchich -vhoen fibout tihe siine iimber' 'of parents and friends partook ofthe'setme. Ample, justice having beoai done, to thi good things provided, and the tables clctredaway, tlhe Rev..--.lr.-MLKewon -cnlled iiptn the children to sing ono of their little ]i.miis, and then opened the' meeting \by: pryjer. Mr. Johns was then invited to presids who, on taking his place, made a few but appropr into reminarks, and 'tlien called uFon Mr. Davis, the 'suFpFintoan n(t~ who'oaddreiscd the meeting by a.y-o'f giving a report fqtothe jear which shodwed an ino ease ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

PRESnYTERTAN onUoRCH, LAMiBTON. TIE anniversary services of the aboveo,churchi wero held on Sunday, the 7th inst., when special sermons wero preached, which wore listened to by an attentive congrogation. iiaC lMonday, the 8th, "a ten meeooting was 1fld, and tl.o weather being favourable there vwas a largo gathering of friends. After tea the public nmeooting was opened with.singing and prayer. R. Turton,+Esq., Mayor of Waratah, was' unanimously called to occupy the chair. Interesting and powerful ad drossos, woro dclivorod by thlio lev. VW. Baini'thoe Reov. T. Robcy, nnd Roy. J. Mood. Towards the close of the meeting an animated incident occurred; the chairman put a pro-' position (lproviously mado) to the friends present, showing how the debt might be paid off during the next twelvo months. Thoso wlho woiro disposed wore desired to giveo their nnmcs for £1 or more, to be paid at any time within the above period. "The frionds vervby warmly took the matter upi, veoinal paid the money ...

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

T -coaicro i. ------ I-· - -.' '~ - i.AtraP TO~. -i - AcicrTS.'-I fIava t wo more ecidentC to adl to*ti0e folg .list -of those al cady taken. pclice, although lappily, of not nu daogeona nature. Oa: Tiesday morning lat a onnn -.named-gOhinlejir IIenTdrsdn 'o king. in thle Ulambt.gti pit' as ',1 wcidgig" th?! baclcorid of -.t'facing wliini. the skip, cnamo .lip. Jlo conm mionccdiito ,fTll.teo- l-sicip~rathecr to qinicldly, t.hrough: whiclnia'quantity ofcoal caiho down crtishing his foot r'ld ankle severely. In the aftd?nolon of thll,. sam. dlay, 'nuiner fihij ITob1iPt "ylor lpft with a serious ac6i dcnt in the samie place." Ile was filling a sBlip, nnder the "'tops," Nlihbn a lacing of ahout liftBen inicheb caine dow.i npou himn, 'inRictiig and- Ire'alcinga coupld. ofiribs. ; Foirtunately; the coal wias o'f asofbt natir, which Canstdit'; to break over. ]him;otlnirwio;i~tol ild certain ly have been killed,/adl'asdi if ssistauce had notbeen aliiand lie woul ii?n'di btedly lav, been sni...

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BAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

'i'iWriATIN AnND PLRATTSI3UI:c.. ~,-O)\IngL to) theU I)CSU· On1 nor1 Pp~:nv ti~oio JAVLc olver till next. islsue lLtbt.'#: x fl(1 L'V' U," erl ' fCroii .W Ol~l\~~l, ~i 01 1%nl er~We'lsl'LL eelrreCjlnOef~Clt I Sof the tenlln n'itioi of the GTrOtx r : e\ csuijird worl Ivsit '.l'hsured LY) or hoc- silIII) dmlrseiit; iimtelli -#&etpt~~ ist Mi1 ·Josep~h cfzy.- 'Iham !ai~o1 sin, ecupe thirty ge~:ntl~'eeen~~t t Aim en the I narrk~' dizileli e c-ut Curormvu- Iti tour ml ouri~r, 4 No tlhougit of langcr, cuaro or re, Within olid '1in's cohn minl tijs'; ie cleiredil the waves with his 1rnain no11O And he left tlheilog to mind hiis otliea. COlonus-li tooral ooral, &u. • That dog was awild and savage into; (For a lady's pe:'it ne'er would oit.) While sifloireirs >ft at it did shooJ Old Tim had trined it with his 1et. OloRus--l" tooral ooral, &o9 The shades of ni'lit came crccpi; round, Thcr windatroseo ith a wailing said. Old Tint thoughthc'd got homelrfd 1hound, But a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

TJfE SEA-SON. FOR PR ES _NTS - • . ,, *~ ·.. - With his usual solicitude for tl(' public weal, has N.QW Q02 YI.mW AN ENTIRELY NEW ANp VEIlY EXTI;NSIVE .OCK OF , FINE GOLD JEVWELLEIY.. appropriate to tile Season, comprising all the Latest Novelties,*as worn by both'woxes, viz.: -Handsonie Brooches, r Ditto Ear Pendaits, - Ditto Lockets, a. Splendid Guard Chains, Fashionable Alberts, aa i otAssorted Charms, nd a variei.y of other articles "oo numerous to mention. Also, G LD G an d S I LVE R W AT C II E S of the approved make, for which his Establishment is justly celebrated. - (:-<o S-- A V I SIT I'S O L I C I T E-D and satisfaction for all is gual'antecd. a TNOTET?TIE ADDnIss- R R. LIPMAN, . " Y.EX TIlE " PILOT" OFFICE, -" Enater-street, Newcastle. JEWELLERY FOR THE HRISTI?IAS SEASON ! J. LEWVIS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, has much pleasure in info.minng his friends and the public generally in Wallsend and SDistrict, that 4 HIe has just Returned from Sydney, lhavins purchalr...

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MINERS' MEETING. ELECTION OF A DELEGATE. TRAVELLING SECRETARY'S [?]EPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

MINERS' MEET . E ELEOTION OF A DELEfAT. TRAVELLING'SEORETAUY'S UEPORT. - ' F'riday evening last a well atfrded moot ing of .the ~Villsend. miner~sas' hold in Ilnrilis' Assombly Rooms, for tb purpoose of receiving the Travelling Sacrotry's report, to consider the minutes of last iocting and last conmmitteoo mooting, and t ccct` a dole. gate in the room of Mr. David Iijghos. Mr. James Watson, chairman of .l~ Wallsond miners, presided, and oponed te. moeting by calling upon the Secretary to reAd the minutes of last meeting. - Mr. DAVID MITOCELL made a fW remarks respecting the., boy Morris, rho hald been under the treatment of Dr. Schraidr and Dr. -ill1, for injiries received tollis ae. The minutes were confirmed. The minutes of committooee meeting woro also read and discussed. Agroddthat a levy of sixpencoeer.'imnan be made in 6th inst. M T~pio spoke rospoetri-g pthe Grota men, Who ?lnv boon on strileor tlrue weeks, but go in again on Monday. Ho had..a con versation with Mr. Vindin, a...

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THE DEATH GR[?]SP, A TALE TO BE READ ROUND THE CH[?]TMAS FIRE CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 December 1873

THE'DEATH CR p, A TALE TO IEHEAD IIOUSNDTIIl OCi TMA5 IRsE CHAPTER III. I:, " Enough of this ; your words e -raving madness; 1 will listen to you no ore "' cx claimed Hugh ; but lihe did not 11, from t spot where ho stood, as though ll-bound. " That promise you will keep I am sure of it, as I have nalrendy told yo., continued Margaret, in a low, cold voict which froze the marrow in his bones. " o * I made no such promiso; 1ver saw him said he, with a look of ngouyx e- - 'You rose from your ch?n if to reacli:a' glass,' Mnargaret went on to?rv alm aud unmoved, and apparently wit'l!: .-_inglh.im and, aIs he was in the act :Y cing, you bound your scarf, which yon 1g .dy, round his throat. The next dayyoe "-? outt day y srave out ulant you were ill, and did not rise, t lay wih the body ol your victim bonent.,l ot hd. In the evening, you placed the b .i, . t In hot you had prepared, and wmiel~di sent down here yesterday. Your nmecres were well taken ; your victim mado _9oise . and 'was no...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

LEGlAL. R. S. NIOCHOLSON S?ecrron, CoNsvm-AeNCw , &c., can ha consultad Evenu iILIDA, - AT MARR1IS''-hOTEL, W\ALLSEND, * uiosa 9 .A.i1. till 4 r.,at. Newcastle Olflcc-}Iall of Commerce. 42 ' PORTRAITS. C . L B I II I N O Eli P. I IOTOGR?APIHIC ARTIST, " IUNTER STREET, N?WOASTL E, The gallery lately occupied by Mr. Smithors. Portraits executed in the newest style. 0 ..... Photography. M O"? o , A. TIST l',,oTorTOAHER 1 IUNTElt-STIIEET, NElWOASTLE, (Opposite Pilot Office,) Desires to remind the public that he still continues, to take First-Class IioToonAPIIs at a moddrato price. Portraits finished in Oils, ?Oryons, or Water Colours. , 1t Free Trade Store. HUNTEIt-STREET, NEWCASTLE. BETNARItD HEYD ON, . WVIIOLESALE AND FAaIILY GuOcER, And Provision Merchant, English and Colonial Doot Warehouse, &c. The quantity of all goods sent to customers is guaranteed to be of the best quality, and at the Lowest Possible Price. 18 J ENKINS, fMOTHIE B S 'UNDRTAsKERS AND CARINETMAKERS...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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