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NEWCASTLE. POLICE COURT.—TUESDAY, MARCH 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

TETWCASTLE'.LF TOLTOEI COUTI lp' svDAY, MInCr l ITr :Da?id Jainrs ia~s chaiged, at thn instance f M·iry:Ani? IHarris, wiith desertinlg his illd gitiimatochildl. Dufcdlant was apprehelnded a't.Milloon, ntia 13$raidwo d.. - -'Etidenie -was gone in".o:, and .lJaties was: ordlid,.to jliy lUs. petl wek for twelve .Ihothl thlb, find two stiretiesfor the full. U oili' foeL a n U; ~~Coc*: ,n arged witl)assultling and beatil is .ia e, nas- discht rged, uln a cross can against 1hmi bis yife was withdrtwi. -., Tholo:?s,. It:,su wa L:? 1. 40.s. and R.¢Pts for a breach of the navy able Wuatrr? Act, ,?y tlhrowilng ballast from a lighter into tlhe? .har bour.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

NEWl IA.HW3I O21.a tas I niav not mnnelcnews of any consequence this time to relate to you, The pithasuhceno r'p(rlkigl p,'ettlly ?ll thlis week;, t ay~anll uhkse tis igh~lt days f?orfthli incoming pay. 1 heard a few remarks madedby1.ouiIChair-. man on Wednesdlay lghllJIiast. at. ourri-iet; ing; which Ithlouglht wero very alppropllatle, lhout -tho'_lda?l.~r I.wlholh , app rea.d in. [ySour; valuable paipor ashlort time back, bearing on lthe advisability o(?cotablislhllgrai idow'and .Orphans' Funod i the di'ie t I £ho??ght tha.t our district onTicers wtruld lhau tll len stUps witil thle graOtest liacrity sh~rtly after your valuabl.'leader1 :1u1$ J hjane'v boci?dlisap pointe 4 btit "? hdpop our CGlter?pl Spip tal y will rguee himself in this ianattlr' ndc try to get a conferen':a with'tiie p 'opitors o'bfLt; varions collieties to tiake thle matter .ilnto slerioua, coll?aisieatlhin/' All mun that rdnd tlhe paplers fruom iome can see for thnemselves that alfund of a isimi!nr organiotil"'...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

~vaosst olin vtaav ciuiscnserawi~a S(FR(OM OURL VARIOUS COIIIB4UrrR NDPt;) Ti) LAYIBTON THrE claief topic of-conricraition a rnd tlltrist ,anuong our anlihitants th.is wakc is tihe rngiug demonstraltion n~'Sii;itairL;dh'y lext .to. -eeL.iate bhe new agreedOiuet, aitndt ?the waineni and clildr(n seem to?l helookinig fol:ward to :ie event With .as great ilteresit, and antici pating as much pleasure as the nialars trleri sehl'e, and we (have no doubvit will oe a treat to all, ado, ad ~loalg to be~ remebiabert-d in connectioii witlo tfioe ;niinig Induitl'r of this UtiCid?itif threehirkfPfthe wontaler' will -only be kind a.aough to Ieep.L tlhel rain away. / The Lab:;b~b and Wartaili umliers' have agraded :i-iaaXgUhnate-~.tugLthi rL--al.dlmnstration day. As maly as think piroper will lmeet at, the Drnids' Hall tut halafpast 8 ia.,i., anlll mnarcir fratau there to the tr~tail at ;alnlhtoll ctrusala:a . a ed by tthe (Gerlal lirass limi. th tlfi?lf wil l'tat'"at twen'ty aIlnlluesLs past. ll,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

LOCAL J.1TIC1S. I :notice in tlAe S.nle,0,: .lIoeniq [, erald's I'arliaientary niri ews, that t le lh , n--tiilked ofII ceietry for Newcastle and surrounding dis tiridts.s, ilot- to; be..e.tablislied, thriugli thLi ilanager of the A. A. Colmpany refusing to ratily hi, plonin'e ni respect ,to the purchase i thOe hl?d sit uaited at tlh foot of' tiel big hil.. It is a 'reaL. pity,that lhis detertmlnation was tlt arrived atttsooner,'so that aitotlier pi'ece of Ilnd near tlid line chbuld hiave bren selected. and the money placedl on the Estimates ain:de ;uoof: ! -lion. members tuight not be so will ing to listen to the claims of this distr'ict for a-- generall-cenetcry;: when' thenext suim is alplild fa, as thy ap areito he on liii ecvlninig thit ltle itleive iiterki ??i discussed. Ahonlt twelve monuths ago, we were hionore =wi hiri'visit iiif"flie Superintendent. of tin Telegraph Lines., d r. creaknell, adl somec other otlici'.' i' rrefiriice to( Ilaptit:iont, inumerously signed bIy 'th...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. WARATAH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

WGa RA FiAlli. ARATAll COUNCIT,. : A .""dIviAL :n;ItiCekiihg'of this Council was eld, 'n 1a lfir h1 t L..l'rese'it: Th'e Mlayo •.Mil WVillace, Esii) Aldeirnan Wood, Bell, Jei F; Tnerner, and@ ~I~hi cnel. L'edtter -fro'iirii l.?,rSte phens, regarding Ili4 continact at *Aliteri~lain Bell's residence.-l-ir ferred to'thel Impjr;oveuien'l Cotimiiittee. Api'LIOATrIONS FOIR WuliItit OVIEflIRitii. - Four ueplications for the oflice of WVorking Overseer were received, viz :---H Sephis, (ailnuot pler week.nk n4 itatedi) E. P'iry £2 1O.; !ier week;" J. eittmnig, 2 8ks.; ?l. ,Poo lley, £2.8s; ..-~--- - Alhlodrman Bill pro- osed, .and Alderman Hai-lpi saecoiidedl, jro finc. mir. E. P'Lerry. Aldeirmanli T irn wu'Opp..cdi and; Al? ldmuan. JIiTLiis Seodii;id, 1MiI.. . Scoting. 'l?e votes were--For Mr. P.erry, two votes; MIr. Scotting, fouar. a ad.hwas appointed. ·InescOs vi) vA rbUAl'l'i,. -Tendiers .were received *froi - Messrs G. fjnton and .. Ash, for £10, aiim fimitm lcessrs.-J. DOniels aud'T. ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. ON TRIBULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

OR~t~IGINAA L PO~~rith`: ON TRIIEULATIONs `·:TrialationL la ppointed· To the blood-bought Chuhrch of God, ..A the precious Lord's anointed Hath declared it in His Word. Outward troubles som.t:mee grieve uu, SBut we'le secret peace within That, amidst it all, relieves us Sau fromnhell, and ~leath, and sin. , But, alas I1wJen inward tr ubles • "? Burden all our inward powers, .-These without Are empty bubbles- No arllliction aseemsa like ours. Thus my soul is tried and vexed, •Feeling all that's vile and vain, Inwarud lie with sin perplexed Oh! the grievous cutting pain.L u roui nde u r imperfections, . All pIuted and unclean, Lookin back, with sad reflecto, Wh? rebel I have been ! : SWh a rebel long remaining ! : i . Though alive, roebellionsl tll; &Lahmit the ways of ond coipleining, su .?ot abmittingS to His will, To His will, who governs Hieaven, Oh I that I could now resign; H.. lay whom all good is given Why agalast Hs will repine ? Why I. because a fallen creature Has t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

S Demy Press WVanted. :.TANTED, a SECOND-HAND DEMY yR.S, AwV ?pplyF at thia Oleoo. ' ''endelr \Watlnted. JiORl d1livaring50,0001ORON-BAIiKSiH1NGLES. '' l'Stato prIco per' 1000, delivurtli at Publia Sohcol lhuhlling, P' attLburg, Vallsuncd. " ,.Tendoerspon till 10th April. '.:: "JOHN WRIGHRT,'." :. :luihler,. 202' -Plattalburgh. THI A N S. 1T ¶9rmlrn~ '~ deatbrti~urinlhfu Si'OE]RE ~LTH.?`N'.I o .the Mnellre and otnorm orkin.? .t AVal'Mend Pit who so kindly made tJho collection r him ast SB .,t .urday. * MO&S~~tB~~ ISLE S,~9 N'O T N IC E: Good Investrnent for S lGapitalists SIqVE-ROOMEI) COT'r F6tt. SAriTU thea thrivirn 1Vllgn ? wdl situatedI, und a Go a atr, rue-hth of 3i cre oU1 (if ind For fuarteiu artle a F £ NOT'*E T AiTE AICO': T of the *IA*r Latoi ·iivitel too nItN)AY NEXTL', -'lata~Ysuat the r' ice of Waleu Hiltel, Anaon .I)A', iS. i 195 12ii~ri ts Cal-,rlll-ic ad FIaIly l'igeloli,.n F br JO I~ CA RIES (all breeds) 420 1AIRS FANCY. PIOFONS. R. MUSGRAVJE.L 1 ". Pattsiur...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

.s .DNEY. rV.(na?day. From ih staeve, lwade in the.Logialative AssemiblIy last oveaming b1' the Colonial TrOa smrel', we leasin; that the total (ltht. of tlohe 0olo0y to.date amIIOlntS to £ I ,062,539, and thlit tie'Is is a balance of £689,040 at credit if con, lidateod. reveonue account. /

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COAL IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

COAL IN .VICTO IA. Acoornr?o to the' Melbourn rie Ar!/..t.ii, efrorts. iitade to devell the Kilcmnii c ,Il itid at WBeste'n 'Port are alt length bcegiun:i, to show matrial andl elcuraiging rae..ils. rnd notwvilhstanding tw alvirne pinins of ltheorists and of imiany who. li etl d to scien lific knowledge, Victorin is a. yet be fond to. be a coal as wella as ag ,'- producinig country. On Satiunrday last the. schooziear 31inna Bell arrived flrma Caipe" Put t.rson, bridgilng a "'cOrgo-.of 180 tont of . coal r ized 5t the ]Kilcndid mine. Inlhistaitnble ilic Itions off'he preseice of conl wir.x; f·lond wlthiout nlch2 reneurchl, aend it lsee of 1 %80 :res of lanrd 0was iiiedtli:rtcI siei'ied:.. Thei promot(,rs wrle dloubt ess 'iiflanced to prsesvero by the af'r of thLu Covcrn :elt t&''rilnt a bonus of ,n0000 for the first 5000i tons of coal 'iised in the coloiy. It was discovered that ai.seOn of cIl two feet in thickness lay at a dlistince of twienty feet below the sil'face, lad sa...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

(To th" Fditbo.s the /II lAhr'I AdvnocLts.) Siic,--2l-? t ted in tbi' colu. **neof yliw r if'sau if the. 18th inst., mly Daloien Or colllrneditoi 0 i.tlh a ucr auuin 'sit'ieh,_?v hro it, ii iudl , tuat' it Saiwiniii ilSit to/1 e ftul y raltrue'iilt'dt by the au ihdi-nld - bu.cg uillled to r,' ei ,Iy theC (hlininrj ?l . "' i J ?ios it fjllow if Ilst Chairiu.ana ctahllhdulto9 ordiir, th:t ti lhe, i'tlndiens mu't disa~l,'irovo of my iiiv is ':nioi lFirtr?,i', rii, ·as it not right, dtefir 'L aiir.-u s read hy :ii siiniiin, jt, iehtutsit,, nov iitinferizi'? this jobut ot"l'v' o) ILI(- t lf lll-r d U. l~illhtue¢?: ]l,allt~tl , I1 .€°o'.t~ld Ih w),ittthu thi pa1orr isttd. 1eut;hr ti-hi aliiU'l'l. -'aie jlias~d with rry opjl?iiois is y t tol -iT.iVl't. Furthoer thun shis, they gave m81' isi - sts2* liei. a:g,ii iala chi:nIIiU ilatituimrii, aind a glss o's: sap, i 'i'rudi at. the cUlst, Wtih a'go the 2'U'iin. of thu jl.ipi~i'ioii the isiiiUc siihjuut ns nroeeed. 'f es l, Ic. s'? olren fsor ...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

(To ehe EdItoi* of Ie ' itiocafe.) 8xn,-As there were a few mispriots in my lettero of the 18th inest., I will feel obliged if youwill allow me to correct them, the first should read "stopping " instead of stopper ; the second ought to hav been but no one was ever base enough " and the third " martyr " instead of mystery. , I am, sir, yours truly, . · Ene MFAIUaLAY. 'E54tii~~i ~Zitaad, 24U0 Msroh,

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[FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS.] MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

r mnou. *rIasyo r rs nue.] MEfliIoUl . ·elinoeday -A of ag t? the eoacekteraB wasioield to lgyigt, ¶There was a sul llI atttenadiance and notlinig wau dane. I iil Stercolonaial snatch is.likely to :Call tlhroi.ghtl?is year. . 'I hero wnas a spihnilid siow of frulits to-day at tlh?- nulnui.n exhihi:ion of the Horticsul tiural SocieaLy ?. ',: . : ,'

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. STORMY DEBATE IN THE ASSEMBLY. THE MINING BILL DECREASE IN THE GOLD YIELD. Friday, reed, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

. LATEST TLECRAMS. [vnobr opVR se$~iUIM. OoutIJCs5oNDINT.] STORMY. .DEIATE' IN THE - ASEMBILY. T.IE iMINING, ILL:. B . : 1)1 CR1 ASI1 1N flfiF (GOJI I}1 L·P I? the As.emhly,, laRst nlig'h..IWIP rnll: dubalte al jiIeoe y.eauoling Pi' iaion. gaol sur :f 1,)n, ' I o al itl, w e im i ed in.. . TIh' i Mitiotre lill passedI all its stages in the, .The' yieiiI ott gold for Febrnnry was sm~aller/ i hn!: iL lii', beenuI foi:. an3Y similar period. since' hv, l871. : : uLsiness generalily very quiet,. ,.

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THE PALMER DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

TI-E PALIMER DIGG]NOS. (From the Foxening News.) .MR. ITOWAnD ST. GeoRo?e. G(old Coanni. siiner at the Pa'mer River. fcorwarded on tl : 22nd. iltimo, via G:orgetoowl, on the Ethe ri ige, the following uiemoranda for the infour huIllll i0n.of the hon..SC.oretary. for Works. an. Mines:- " We . hlave hal v. rr heavy! floods heri. causi:ng nu,.,ri vatii an, .iil.riiig amongi.. the ,,iln'r.. 'J'hrie deaths fronl drlowniniy haeo been asctrtai iid, and it is feared other ca?ueswill be discov;r.d.r A ew track, fioru the U .pper Palmer to the E ideavoii River ha-is btu diacoveredi, hut it lies through very rough and broken country andl iis unly fit to, hIorises. It heaids all .lii rivers, howevr, and av oids irncl of the boggy count:v. hLimbers if miners arc leaving thi l'alier by this rioite toL avoid starvatin. " Little or lno fl, ur wi'l be for sale for thi next two milonthls, anil the lplat ii, n muJlst hi, depjoendtent uponl the' 'ryval of plack-horses for suppliiriei. '.' Th.,jlpply.of...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

1 ( oWsint ENi u .) .A ,'A?LTA:TA IM?S'1 ,NT. 1% ( ,'u . 'iaa jC1vha·sr~n IN tile Assembh.-yp 'l4ursdq nilt,"" A stbormy aleliato took pee; Cuhl?ages wea'eo. tnaule a ~gaigs .r, Ar.an,' the gaol ·Usrgeon. Perisonufities were indugded in, and -tlho galleries wereolcini?ed. Mr. Rarkes:.anade.. in explanutin inr reftreonce to iuquiries which a lud-- uniideL thlat lay, aeootnialaid bly: Mi'.Furnlel, rat: Da liuli."r t Gol totb ot thtu t trai th ' ljic a"lrg?i of ai.hi"unain tp..6y'! ii" .1?4( pH :Ta -aiIIoIS iary, by.F B5i:claaai;aa aq4cuutau fnr.· AnaoLnii, an re'laatiapn tp t 1'o r*'a'-e j"i q 1 pl a'o ,eaiaarieal Vatkina, mld lle .14avvcd thae aduluaaurnn o, t o the HlaHe?sa' tFIaml ~i)'cr plita l?itioan mlg'lt be. ia aidore'I-lb rsa?m iMr. Itend¢,~ the gaolei'b auaal l isoaer"' Watkilns, neithera oa : ai llolahul aih aomlaalaint taa intiolc.aataig3li .at ']ja. Aaao'a. Waitkia diasthinaed tlih iajura' vtur yearas aa'o, bixt suffered no pain i"f late,; and. was ia Ei" ordinary state o...

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INCORPORATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

1NOO1, PUPOAToION. (Tro ,nc? Eur'rou( O . rip t ".I1tISt:Y' .nveIrT,?S." 'Stll,-A- thtu: na uqs of our foretliCopiU' probabtl. AhlJorIeu : re a'ly uli?iy blhcUI, Io Iuc0 buard of a littlu tou\atit?pji, that was iucorl r.atud, no ot o0e hun lr'd muilhs frto( J ore1, Jeforo the jirut Oeletioh. of .Alo'iurmn it, ll pntir gelletnt ! i wi;sked by onu of his fritm!!ls I" ho m;ight; IF tmliuate hi1. Lit reoliid, "N'o ; he collt IloL sBparu tilmlo 1s Ariiurm:uatl." ThU filstL tilu the Council sati fui business, the populajr gertlelu:rn satl at the tabl lu:w Ulorkl of thu Counci), to thu tiun of £50 or £60 pe; year. .utmolumenu t im, kos soslu moen brth publ" "amd puptar. This' puts us i utind of tho Dutch tlwi. Iullorl'caid hairt tiheo for love, "l)at. wroal So:i;-" seconid titue fo! Iaiiuty, '' 1)qt, Wa\sh ,goou ;' third tnima h q sI?xirrd, h'uioirieid'for umoney, "fDat whas ito?i bhittrish goot." In writing my unam t thu S-y E--g News, or the V-t'o Report.r, althongs sucare legible, I sub...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

'rigimut €orrspouncnc.. Ltdt it be distinctll'y dwtul'ikod thdt s e do not idesntify ourselves, with Iho opinaions exprcee by U,'" corlcespPttlCentfh. All totnutmlunicatlon mu.?t haIve the nuines ndll IddI.re.?sss of the write~ i I lcheld, not 'necess?nrily ,r public tionl, butq ti a gulunlto t f gicou LataI.

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

(. o Tinit EfliTOitOi TsHn s'! nii'.iid'ii VOOATE. ) Si -T soc ii i (pur leilwhimse of. Syturdihyvlnst n reuloit of a inee6iit hold for the purpose of forming' . horticultltr'i ocuty. , i lnab.,say that I wa, s'tiriipi.i'id, I nowing th.nt we ld'caly. had one for tIl ounttl' of i Nrtiun!lutiiberauld, ollt that ,yR of t dftihic? hidi 'to. f tlit ungaithil,?. wbe aifdii' t. d?t, 1Vallldnd' NOhi3, Sii, 1i9 rflerainec to Mr . nAloick's ipecli o nalys ne have a pue feOt nigl t' ninve rlnqeaikroall tol"?l, trtlJulrd~t~leu Whrabt +oc.ty's, meot ings.il bihadl wotthere, A very lhuto exuUse,.for had lie or the otoiiiittooteiu atlierded.oni of the meet i's in hline weathor, auld II'propoICsed that tlhe next mnetioig be held at \Vrallsoil, it would have bedl ddiie. . lBut ] will toll yonjust what is.thb matter. If thl iilmittoin had onlly hnl, t ense enough to hlave lha?'?rl?iiointiedMr. T. A.:tlhe first ruturning ofler,-- n, ilOjt that,--tlheirst ries.idinig ollicer of the Northiliuberland Il...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

(T7'0 te ?dlitor of tlhe li,.ers' A:,iocqte) -SI ,I srw" in tlhp colum?s of your yaluableo ppeIur, dated 'atlirday, 14th;'iai aeeuilt of a mueet ing held at Mr. i'rotter's Iii,: to for;l a Uortioul. tuwal Sosiety, Wlwish it very.asuoccess, as it will Ih both ilctruoetive and useful. to the inhabitants of \Walscend, if properly ca rriedout. "Tlhe Chaiimanal said,he was greatly in ftvour of hlaving 'Sbociety o. their own, for it was ainoct inl'osiblle to atlteid tlhe V-lsratah Society. There is no \\'aratah Society, thel.lre is the " N?orthuLillmrllliil Hurticultnial Society." Last Outberi I witbed on iJr.' Alwik, alid askl his atLsiYti-tiLC to forml a Hlortitltuilral bioiecty tar the whole county, hI said he conhil.,lnt lose his tiho to attturd iietinge, and I left liim. At tlae meeting, Al r. ltunii.en iicane ou!t, as [lte lyityla toes, with his uosless rerbiIlJtI, Itip RsivYaratah SLho 'io wn ir ill gram,! sU?c, 'rlllly on docoiL'cut df th. NewxiaL.4leJ icdi'flo's'bilp, ' 1 iyet sa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARGYLE HOUSE, WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

.ATirtinh HOU5: wVALLSEaNT. We have .much plasure in directing;the attention of our local readers' to au.ndvertisemuent, in amother column respeotilng this old.. established buainesoas houseO., now being carried .on by Mr. iE. Boggis. Mr. Baggia is determined to colpe with h;s ?ouw castle opponen t in respoet o ths qjty ao e q yEdiqie · i~ lijs c~tc1, afnV has just retilrneii~ frues .Bii-'llwlth bliSa larige o.i? viriod stbolc of vorythiimg in the drapory and millinbry lines. isoncr of which he ah "imported' diroot from England. .. . , NATIvE Don.. A gentleman who has .just spout a onDuplo.of days plasuring at l]ake. Mcequarle, informtus u that it us p?duitered greatly with nattivre dogs, the Triialha side an. partialar, and, adtholigli he has Thoen a rosident for malny yearls, says he nuever saw tlthem so mumerous before. He alsostates that the country arotind the Lake is lookinip s?dondid, and t?lq ?1a. gpst 1~,luri: .

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