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WARATAH. POLICE REPORT. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M., and Messrs. J. J. Hill, F. J. Shaw, and R. Turton, J.P.'s) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

ann 77WAIA.TAH. • POLIOII REPORT. (Bef0or Mr.. ?oott, P.M., and Messrs. Ji J. il) ."JP'!, and It. Turton, J.r.'s) - . ASSAUL2°. .o6bn Dowhurst was charged with assaulting id|bpating David Dawhurst, on the 16th in'st~t;; at iHanbury.: Mr. Wallace appeared £r6ihe defendant..: .' - .'' .. , 6t appenred .from the' evidence . that? the 'opnt w As in Arnold's hotel, having a 4.ipk with a fri id, when defendant assaulted h?m, by hittLng J?i tyq y?evoJo :boweson the nose and Jo t cheek. . .T.nhe Bench withaheldatheir decisio.ntill2fto, ifo~llgwing$ case gas' heard.- ,?' ..,,',.?; ASSAULT. David, Dewhurst was charged with assault ing Johnl Dlewhrst, on the 10th instant.. TMr. Wallace appeared for the complainant. From tho evndLniezcef the -complainant it appears that defendant and he were having some words about itaking one another's oen tom, wheni defendant mnade a hit at complan ant, and theh cicked him on the knee and thigh. Tilis case was dismissed. TIe defendmit in the. previous, case w...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

:* - * (-- --(mRo oun cornroSnPxDiKs.) " ..... (Fil oU R COIiESrilDr ,U ) " LAMi.TBP T N. • ......-. -MUNICIPAL COUNC1L?! Tlrs Council met on Tuesday evening last. Present: The Mayor, Aldermen Jones, Mad 'dock, Grierson, Grantanid Albel. - , The minutes of last mecting were read and confirmed, o . ' ' ,. conbES POSC DIE CE; The following letters were read by tihe Clerk:-Fronm the Under..Secretary, respect ing the return of rates in arrears, &c.; from theo naratah Conncil, asking for £13 Os 10d, -one third of the expenses incurred by then in the lawsuit against the Waratah Colliery; fromn Mr. DUnican, complaining of stone being remnoved 'frohi the o'ark Creek road. - ' ACCOUNTS. The Council then irent into committee of the whole, when-theo following accounts were passed :-Labourers' wages ££24 18s. 9d.; .Edward .Browne carting, ;5 10s.; W. Chiar: ton, salary, £1 1Gs. 10d.; Mr. Pilkington, for contract work, £20B 5s. Total, £58 10s. Id. -ThII .Council; the;- resumed, and the p...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

LOCAL TiTELLICENCE, WALLSEND AND PLATTSB RlG. THE AGniRaEENT. DETWEEN MfASTEM~i AND MaEN. -Mr. Wood, Secretary of the Miners 'Association, has informed us that the agreement entered into betweon the colliery proprietors and miners in this district (which we prisit on a separate sheet to ac Company this issue), has been: rotui-nd to him from Sydney, and is now signed by the reprosentatives of-all the collieries in the district, so that no rup ture, until aiter it expires at least, can take place during the year 1874, and the pits will only work nine h6urs actual work per day on and after the 1st January, in accordance with the agreement. , PnDESTRIANIsM,-On Saturday afternoon last a, foot race, for l10, came off between William Hoep plowbite, of Plattsburg, and John Walker, of Wal send, on the Wallsond running ground. Both men having mot previously great interest was.taken in the race. The betting was in favour of the Platte. burg man, ~5 to £4 and 25c. to 1- being offered. A great d...

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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

BIJRWOODl. I HIAvE nothing of importance to send to you thisweek. Christmas is again tipoii us, and as your compositors. will want a holiday I shall not detain them, biut wish all your rendors a merry Christmas. The Anniversary of the Primitive Metho dist Sunday School, flurwood, took place on Sunday and Monday last.: The scrmons?'on . Sunday were preached by the circuit ministers the Revds. J. H. Daish, and G. Smith, the congregations at all the sermons being yery large. The tea took place orn Monday? the:.' children coming'first and the adults following. The public meeting in ithe evening was pre sillid over by the superintendent"of the sfelool, Mr. T. Price. The report was read by Mr. Stewart, the secretary, from which it appeared there were 240 children in the school. (not 150 as stated in your issueo.of last week) the income for the year being btwecen £20 and £80. Sdme select pieces were recited by the children, and the hinging., greatly enlivened the meeting which wvas addirs6...

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WALLSEND ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

1WALLSEND ANNUAL JRACES. ' I ' FIRST DAY. *" -YEsTEnDAY (Friday) the first day!'s...races 4iihderth'?6i anspces f'tlio Wnallsond Turf Club, were run on theo-Maryland racecourse; The weather throughofut the day was every thidg that could be desired, a pleasant brcozo blowing. .... . . ... ?- : i. -V~ 6 ? • Till abot/12d oeloke"tho .attendance was about 2(000 biut after the arrival of the mid day i train this number was augmented by hundreds, and altogether thore could nothhv been less than 4(OpisSitj "i tU ' U * The grand stand has undergone improve moents, and substantial uprights placed unider neath. It is made to hold 800 persons, but the Attendance was very poorito it. ': There wereifive publican's booths on the ground, and nine cake and fruit stalls, all of which appeared to be liberally patronised during the day. I The' Wallsend band,.undor the conrlnc totship of Mr. Maddisdn,'atrrived'on the grounidb about il2',! aiiidi *dispersde' "siceet strains" at the intervals between tho...

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FOOT RACE FOR £200. GREAT EXCITEMENT. DUNLOP VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

FOOT RACE FOR L20O GREAT EXCITE.ENT. i DUNLOP . O?S 1T 0I O Tuesday last the long taledof evetn bctwen Stafford and:Dunlop or £100 'a'side distance 150 yards, was ct't sted Yon?°the WVaratah running gronnd'~, ??hre wre'aboil 1000 spectators present, and: th grentest excitement prevailed. rl~ b ttizig lad been 'very brisk for some two'wek' before the race,: -but it was mostly ?even nmioey,. although Stafford appeared to be slightly the favouirite at Wallsend. About an hour hefdr~e tle start all the.betting was offered on Dunlop, -with cr~srce any of his.supjotcrs being tike p.-,? About half..an ihour .beifore. it, however, th-e tables turned, and " five .peadi?~d.on... Stafford;"- could'-- b :ear-d fjorif--ne end of the, ground. to ,th eother. Some hundfcds of, poundd-shi h?"clhiuged .Iands on this event, which.wis, made.o some. "fo"Yie~ri.inclk and both men were in active training up to the time of their meeting. When--they appeared on the ground Dunlop certainly looked theobest of ...

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CITY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

CITYf ITAND10AP Mr. A. B3owmnan's ch.g. Little Prince, aged Curtis br.g. Plutus, aged A. Coberoft's b.h. iunnyside. 4 years , IR. Alicorn's junr., ch.h. liinnalong ' Allright's br.h. Excelsior, :i years Ditto br.g. Sparrowhawk, aged .t Jas, M3axo's bin, Maid qc Australia 4 years ~ ~ i~rrs"I9f Daloralne, '3 years Jbn a'',cbif. Express, 3 y ears __ . HIIEfs br.hr Stanhope, fate I'vrant, 4yrs. Nh,1~ yardsa br4.( Lady $1may, 4 yeatrs ---- Vonubo St. Helier's ...... Lightfoot

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NEWCASTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

. .EWOaSTL Ra OES ' Oun Nowcastlo corrasponidont¶ha bn1 favorod with the following ontranoos rocoalved for tlih above races on' Auniversary day :. j / i Snou'r's TIAwDIoAV ** I A Mir. 0. Gato's br.g. R?obin, i ;years' ,?.il A. Alright's br.f. M[aritfnn.? 4 ye tr?-..., . A. ]lowmanus eh.g. Little Prince, aged J. 'Arldns' ch.g. Sportsman, aged y ,, , A. Forbes binm Dora, diged" A. Coboroft's b.g. V?oto, 4 yeara Jas. Mayo's bm.?.Maid of'Australiag;,!yeara) WV. J. Harris' idf. Deloratto, , years It. Watts' ob.m. Stranger, aged - . Mayo's. ohm.,Express, i, yoars' , , . ' Endeavour ? ?..o bo ? • : " 44- i ',, ?, , - Mr. A. Alrighlt' br.h. Ex'ol tdr, years' - Do6 ': ..br.gL.Spair6*lfark? rigecl' '' Otirtis' hr. g, Plutus, aged lR. Alleorn's?un., ch.hrBInnalongl 'IDrlA" . "F,-Lyiieh's ,if," Tomi" Ddld, agod MT. Elias' br.h. Stanhopo (1]4o Tyar~t) a t yrs. 'Aillyard's br.f. Lady. 31ry, , youra ?- - ]laB rbai? , " . . . -- _? l d iia v oo ir , . ---Woiiibo. 7 ". .. SX. Holo.'s " ,

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BALLARAT. Thursday, 11.5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

DALLARAT. Thursday, .5 a.. n. The English cr.ckotura arritied yesturday. Theyl rcruivel a nost ulthlusiaatic recujtion frmln nloult 1000 OO rsons ait thu riilwh.y station heandedl i the Mayor. (Jr.Oat intorest is f'ult .s to heu result of the galnc, which is to com:I:IncO at about I 1.:;0 a.m. 'lThoro is ;a litllu lctiing, and thuo lnglishlnun are slightly thI fiavouritc.H Thlu 13allaurat tan ("2) is as follows:-D. Swucnoy (cui],t:iin), Al1in, CUostick, \Wills, NIKundil, t. .1. Figgif , (C. ). Figgis, WV.h1, Fi,,is, lhunt, (ldhl:nn, 'uxon, lhnoke,:)';jeare, .IalliayiiVe, larclav, WVatson, Pampihilon, Coalsoil, Wysio, Miiirray, -Suatoa, t'giiLii, anl 'Villi.unsuo ." 0)1,h1s3o, cb'grgouy; \V. .-Hea, uurniru ; T. ,I nu, .orcb. . ,

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MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

nMEL 13OU13NE. D No ,nusawIer lia~ ye ucn reccivecl fru l?,u l Slducy on the lsnhject of thu arlrga/tioon f thle 1o'lorl tre lt'y, IUnt iu iSi it IiUeu?ss11ay tIlat :lly ot;ihr i C??lllll\ii'c?ltioil hlIould 1 fowardUdl unItil thu SdtIUy tar 'ift itake ll'eut. ''hel Ci:rilinlg Cluli has rI'oIlved to tIlgraphili to IEnilanwl to sLLsMLrtaini the terms on which u rIuogai:sled courII'n3 judg. "w'ould vbiit Austr:dia.

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SYDNEY. TATTERSALL'S RACES. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

TATTJI'LSALL'S - JI ACES Thiuirsday.. tleL (GoverIIor nd suite, and al* crovwd of specta:.tors. T'lo f'ollowiug ev\ntHs were ldecide'd up to 1 p. am. Il olK.!: Rl.Une. Shlhl:c il)pore ... ... ' ... 1 lr qui ... ... ... TiPte, ( >minutecs S seconds. Viva .. ....... Sterling ... ... ... ... 2 Kin ll ,f the V\est ... ... 3 Time, 2 tuniunto3 41-ti- tiUondls.' Tih William l.uthic, fJrom Lotndol, with a gctienal cargo, va:lued at ..'51,100; Jibertt Cowvan, fren Hionolulu, with ;(iOS Inags sugar, 23:3 ales 1)lu: and N'iatgara, frotm luaritius, with -40 tons snturt, arriv\ed to-day. 'IThe 1. ~1. . S'ui Foo t akers i000 covuereigs.

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SINGLETON. SINGLETON ANNUAL RACES. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

SINGLETON. SINGLETON .ANNUAL RACE?S. i;uDAY. TIn rlaces were' well attended, andl the runhilg first;-clas?s. The followingl are tho ,winners : MACIEN PI"LA1". lr. 1V. Johnson's Prinaeee. Alice, 3 yrs, 7?t lb i Bowaan's Inose ...............((G. Tlholmpsoli) 2 Curtin' Vhidow J:tnlly, aged. et 11b...... 3 \Von easily by two lngtihs. F.SIn: ]itANS1dv.?..' Mr. nlayo's ExpIUr:s, 3 yr., 7t ..................... 1 ]IBrown'e4. PrioceO , :aged, 7st 121lt ..2......... 2 Galloway's Soveeigl .............................. 3 Won by a head. il'usiil: ca ~r VALu SciTces. ;r. W. .TJohnsoma' IbloiLttur. 5 yra, Salt lhs...... 1 1\. SIhrcaimit, h' \Vh:loebne, aged, Set 'lbs - Vellldoni'a Ladly J'uli.............. .. ..... :I Splendid race.. \Won by ai head. Teen]? S€Ixm.e4iIroL'Ic ]hA NIIlLAI'. - Mr. I. Kemnney's 'Minemrva, d4 y: .................. 1 Ash's Expe.cs ·..... ... ............. 2 A. Coberuft' veto,, 4 yrS .....e................ 3 G-ly soven started. Fouici- I JLen. w.te m. Mr. 1W. Irow.'s I...

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MARSHAL BAZAINE. LONDON, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

* $· 1~a4FAI-~Tk'3aZAINE. Lc-s-~ r ol~uoiy, P soclxniw n 271. Marul·fa1~i~nzai :io )rn urnlteiod his pr·ismi on '~ondon~, Docoinbar 30. Qifs Itylc~~~ I2igholoss tha Dihko orICdl~luFur1b, who i ljol to)RflVI' thoe Grad D~oboss Mario oL iBsasis, ha~is 1ut;Sr Low 8t. 1'otorsltrM.r:; ~~

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

McNlar .owA On itx 3tt J)aco hor, .'t the residence of the lpuents of the bridr1 by the uev. C. J. ?Mood, l'reslyte.ian linister, lr. Aloexander MIcNeil, of ~o~v Lnmbtnon, to JuLana l-unmilton, eldest dulgt'e? of Mlr.' aumes Irown, of'Now Laembton. . . 70 Lt- ----- -,r -7--- ANI) SORJTHIIUM1BE3RLANLD RF7 ECOR.DEIZ. SATURDAa. JANUAR ' ?tu, i 874.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. CABLE MESSAGES. SPAIN LONDON, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

AnbL I .. MiPIISAGS. (PROM 8, N, I!IE!AADI.E 'S]S1N LoOvoo', 1s?c??1rn 27. "QNnEfAT, 1l-orlioicis, with 12,000 troops, hlns dlsotmiboreod a~ t Santona, a fortflod town on tho ~ay ttL Bisony. It is .one of thie boat positions for defotilco in tho Spanish Poeninsula.

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AGREEMENT FOR 1874 BETWEEN THE ASSOCIATED COLLIERY MASTERS AND THE OFFICERS AND DELEGATES OF THE COAL MINERS ASSOCIATION OF THE HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

AOltlSE3ENT FOR 17.1L IilsTWEEN TliS ASSO CIATED COLIETSRY MASTEnS AND TlHE .QOiFICEIIRS AnuD DIuiLATS OF T?HE COAL MiINEIIS ASSOCIATION 01' THIE HUTITEL itIVEiri i?i:rTCT. ': : W have g eantipld'asunr in announcing that the Agreement with the Masters antl':Minerzs: for 1874 has boon signed,-iaid-a strike during . the ensuilng year, if both, pnr! ips n.dlhro.tp the agreement (whichl :wc believe thoy.,will do) .will be al .but.inip'ossible. nthe first pIco the p?rico....or.-,hwing, ynrd, .worI-, and fillinga small, istfix ~d' tai cortriin rate on the selling price of coal at Z<'owcastl.e, and, theorefore, as the selling price rises, so do the miners wages incrcase in a corresponding ranlio-tho mastoras reserving to themselves the power of set .ling wlhat that rise shall be. In tlhe second plnc, it is provided, that should any diffe'orenc arise as to thie necessity of reducing. the selling price, tle,.mattuorjis, t ,bo ,decided by: arbitration. ' When the -sslding scale 'wa...

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THE CRICKET MATCH. VICTORIA VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

TIlH£E CRICKET MATCH. VICTOR1IA VCIOTOBITOUS. Tuun following iS an account of the cricket mantch played between tile All-]-ngland cloven and theo Victoria cightoeon, at lMelbourne, on Boxing Day and the three flllowing days. Allan and CuossLick howled well, and tho filid ing was good, but the i i,1ots were somowal t "bumpny." Tiel suoring wa\"s very slow fibr some timo. 1V. G. iraco displnyed somen very line batling. VIlCTUHI.L--FI'In ISS(SINGS (iimsoni, c. Oscroft., b, LSjltwhito ...... . 9 mlmhsamith st . .. 17 Boylec, c. o;tcton b. IV. G. UGrace ...... 0 CuoL r, b. GC . 1 '. Uraco ... ... ... ... ... 84 Jo:mfcs, e. Jui p ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Kelly, c. and bL. Soutlirt o ... ... ... . o Con &way, , b. 'V. . Grac ... ... ... ... ... . (h,,gin, c. GC. F. race, b. '\. (' . CreO., ... O 2,.idwimnter, c. Bush, b. G. , , C'rmA.. ... ... 7 Rolblrtason, I. Gr, :: . .: ... . ,..... 14 Canr, lhowicI .l'G lau , b . ... Of rc e .. .. ... ... ... ... i wi(;?n ,\. ;." wir.'m I l[...

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THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

THIE. OLID YEiABR ANibD THEI NEW. Old year' you ilsOt not die, Youll came to us so readily,, You'livcd with us so steadily, Old yeear, you shaill not. AXOTIIE yCar lils panssd. Oulr lenatitiful planet hins again comnpleted its anniial course, l?mild we enter lpoll thle year of our Lord, 1874 To review thile yerljulst terminated is a rational nild becomlilg exercise, ndli no doulbt tlhe evenlts of the year will afl'ord some usefiil lessoniis and contribute to our instruc tionl and profit. At this season writers in nlewspapers and mnagazines will take a re trospective view from variions itn11ldpoin is, either religions, political, or social, aid will cull from thie past much that will. tend to encourage, to refrcsh, to invigorate, alid to stimulato us in the battle of life, teaching us' to rightly estimanto our present position, to feel that Lifeo is real I life is earnost, And,. l the grave is not its goal. And also to roeolve that',, * " will be u?i and doing, "Vithl a hanrt for any...

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EAST MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

Jockeoy Club caluio b9' ol uii So>unv Dey. z~tteiI~anea 'ya \ 'Oery ~9o j1 ~i. W'. Cqins qetetol .{o ,iutlgA, r. I-1eiiry niley na clar~k of ouruo end'~llr stn~e.to. ?he followving ia-gin giceont of theo incas : Thu Mej\ilenl Plu~to (if .CfiO, with al~waep of £1 aecoh etided; acoonld horse,. l01 fram the pri~ze. Uils tanao, i1, mliles. Mr. A'. Coheoreft% h.h. Soen~yside, .1 y~ Ssbtubls ___ A .lowmen'lgt I~alit.i~psel li yrs, 7)9 J n u~w O~yots ~r'live, 4 yr'1 6',b Qlbs Tlohe horses goaL away beautifully togetllher. 'The race oeeined to be between Sullnnyyide, Iosan, alnd ]Fai, I llen, but after abqut a half a j:lhio liad beeI cOTvered, the two forlmelUr iuorsetiw cit awy i"i1 u Id others-and a most m:aagziicelnt Ilc'e inrsued fir list place. 'Th. oitier of £2), with i nsweep of £1 cach nadded I or ?tu;iLt?:rIa : ? d :llthore to 'ecCive the sweepA; t..i'vi,;o we-ltcr weights for age. Two mniles. .Mr. A. Cuo!arft's, b.g. Veto, 4 yrs, 10st. 7118s. (,. Lggut) 1 John Arrkins' ch.g. Sp...

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WALLSEND YEARLY FUND. ANNUAL BREAKING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

~StVLLSE ND6B Y~4EARLY FUNh'D. ANNUAL ]It1EAKING UP. Os ~Wdnesdny cveCninginst the annual dinner in connection with the above fund took place in the. first floor of Mr. Harris' Aesembly loonmls. About 13(.) sat down to dinner, to which justic was done bly all. The spread was got ulp by host Hlarris, and reflected the highest credit upoln him, 1for the excellence of thi repst, wlhich coimprised viands of evcry description. Aftor the tnhles wero cleared the company adjourned to the hull whoan tables were arranged, andi well filled with the essentials necessary for tonst drinking. Mr. Jas. Swlsnunx occupied'the chair. Hie stated that this was the fourth anniversary of thlefnucl, and from thle commnencement of the society to tihe present time they Ilhadl never paid loss than from 7s. to I2s. per member, at the breaking up, after paying all sick and funeral funds. 'lThey were in a flourishing condition at ipresent. There were about 120 members, and others were joining continually, which ...

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