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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

IDAL Y'.S )BOOT ANI) SIHOE WAREHOUSE,: E- unlter-street, N~Tweastle. : 0 'NOTICE OF REMOVAL' S0HE,;Tidersigned begs respectfully to retnurn his SINCERE THANKS tohis numerols .1, pJpQtrons and the public generally for the Liberal Support wshiclh still; contnnues .to ie b.estowoed, on. this; Establishment; and especially.while occupying tlhe.Tl'emporr'y Premises next: to .Mr. ALDERTO%'S, and desires to notify,.that his business has booeen : TOMOEREMOVED . TO ORE .COMMODIOUS AND- CENTRAL -PREMISES, -~ AN -~ . ".:· .;. ··.Oidi "c' ," i :'. • 'i~ Fetla "'. . · '.,? 'I'?, .:.I O· cei IV~r W'. i· nottk,~ NEXT TO MR. J. J. KIT'I1'SONS DRUAP?1ER EST. LISH~II NT. ...., -...(o) ' The STOCK will be fotlid i·1:~ ;..?··u..IIAR1 A'.i' ld to contti in . ..ALMOST EVERY ARTIOL .. REQUI RED. ., :o: AL FRE DLB Y.i LU E ·= ·;- -$~~ .": J. S EPHERD, PRA CTICA.L UNMAKER."'. .. TdtO the Inhrabitan f 1nllsandd, Lsto, Varata d th Mining Townships.-entlemr, . 1,. In returning than for y~our ptroeage lortthe l...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

: - TO' OUi SUBSCRIBES. *.' Subscribers failing to "receive their copies will S*. oblige >us..by-making applicatioi :at the office, -or'jt6 riy., of our Agents,: .whose names *are notified on page 4. , ,. SAND SORTHLUMBERLAND RECORDER. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, !874.'.:..-:.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

STO CORRESPONDENTS.. .0 rrespondcnts aere requested to adhere t the following suggestions to ensure insertion: ITo write only on one side 'of. the paper, .to S write in clear and distinct characters, and to avoidalL .scurrility or I offensive personality. • Eaich ?ritert.ill be required to forward his or her name, not necessarily for publication, but a.s a ugaiantbe of good faith.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

FRIEND OF ALL. LET no one be longer oppressed with the notids that this malady is incurable till those puri f"ing Pills haved had a fair trial. A few doses will iemove the more urgent symptoi , and tlhereafter conipletely control all disordcre actions, rbuse the torpid liver, relieve tihe obsttr ed kileys.' cleanse imipure blood, ain ono cry funcon fittn helalth ful vigour. . Iwnspt*fk of i. * Ticse ,,'onderfuclil/ a,' ,., ad et ? ue t i heatrths as well/as a tIs tlo. g and weialth. They r tho t lWit. figh out the whole s em, vitlout disorderl g the natural action o any organ, and eriadicate thliose germs of coinplp nt which consigni tens of thousands. to an early g?ve. Indigestion,: Bilious Complaints, and Sick '- IHeadache.,. ... ". No organ in the human body is so liable to di- order as the liver, and none is more apt, .wlhen nieg Jected; to become seriously diseased.. Remember when nausea, flatulency; or acidity on theo.stomach wanis us tlhat.digestion is. not proceeding properl...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. OMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

LOCA\.: NTELLICECENO. WA.~LLSED: tND~ PLAiTGTjflURG \~;~;:f:'a~;~~y. "T O V:~~V ' iXii11s. Xrour a lter wiill a sod appear on ILurtl"('~;_ ..~ -

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE ANVIL CREEK SEAM OF COAL. [ITS DISCOVERY, DEVELOPMENT, AND RESOURCES.] [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

THE ANVIL OREEK ASE?M OF GOAL. EITs DIscovEtY, DEVELOiMENT, A o uncEs.) [Co~annemaxED:7 THE: Drs~on or persons ho'frt soed the oat. cr.p of e AnviOree?ok sea of coal in the cree.(fl.,f? aq:re n'ow, pr bably, unknow n. -One t?,,?" "' rta~i??tn,"tOhat, pi'?r' to 1861 reports had been circulated tIat a seam of coal did exist there. In thieo. early part.of that year Mr. William Farthing was i'formed bjltheo late Mlr. Samuel Clift ot the existence of thisscan. Mr.i Clift, owning somo~ero. "iorty in t hu neighlourhood, .ofl'erod to said his nephew, Mr.. Jamels Clift, to show Mr. 'Farthing the locality named; and if they were successful in findinug ·theo seam, and ;the indication proved satisfactory to Mr..Farthi ingteo lease him his adjoining property. Mr. Farthing "aud Mr. Oliftwere nbt successfil in findiilg tho seam spoken of. Mlr..Santi'el COlift theno accompatdRied Mr. Farthing to. Anvil Creekl, but tl!hey were still unsuccessful ini finding e seamn. Mlr. Farthling then commrenced a ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

ANVIL CREEKL AN.D GRIETA. Tlwo' 2ncluncholy:and faital accidents hayve occurred ii -this part of the country tiis wdek' tihe (tpof which ]'lyppened to a mrina tnaied Coappeas t r'a-t-isidnt of Luskent're. It appears that Connors, who oivned ai fturin in that neighbourhood, was in conialny wiith his:dung hter, both on hbrsenbaek, on ,thleir i way tod'churclh Ist Sabbatlhnlorning. I Their pathl led themr across the Hunter Itiiver. Connriors was at thie crossing about 000 yards ahead of his daughter, and disappeared iaom[ her .il.ht, goin" dowin tlhe bank of the river. whcn she came up, to to the crossiii 'shde saw nothing of her Thther, but could scet sonie Ilorsemncll 'ona ileldd o0 tihe o0l)osite bank, and u nturrilly supposing himi toL be one of'themn, he liheld on lier ?'ay to church. It i, needless to' say helr fithier was not there'; but still thinklingino lrmn, she went homno and when she found ]heo had not nrrived ithe family hecamerno alarmed anld searched, and foundr thIe hI...

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

:se.:is a.long ! r si ?-thc corporation.have done anythiiio St ion-streoot. Will they excuse me if tell tllh n that a dozen- lqads of metal:would, at th .prelent tini~ , svido three times that quan ty awhen the wet weather is'over. The r ts are geatting very bad, ~Lls being to principal street.as drc fifc it oug to obe looked after. . school aster comiiencedl :'his uties 1. y. By the expiesssintli.i one of his irpils ma e to.me we .haveoevery confidence that hle ill.prove ::a' fitti suc cessor to the lae teo her, Mri.~W. W.'W Board; hvlo left for Sydno last Saturday evening to take.charge of th Publio School at Parra matta with the go wishes of all. FATAL Acomcrn r.-It. is, miympihfmiil duty to inform y i of another-of .those sudden and fetal *atastrophes that sthirtle and throw terror ito the hearts ofthe" ieiL habitants of our us ally quiet toavii.? This inorning two youth , named Drifikci·ter iind Pooley, left home, intending to:spenid Easter. Monda with a day's shooting. They le...

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

NEW LAMBTON. TnWi have net much news, this welk of any coulnsequeice, but therb is 'bori? tliing I have neglected in~ dur-·township to- informnyou of, "nd that is the fo ation of-a cricke; club about six months ince, but limavilg s'lit'tle time at my disposl for recreation, . Lavle hot taken that into est in thie game thatall Englishm n take uchc a pride in. Our-ntew Lambtolitos, un r the coImmatd of C?aptihis Galbraith, played friendly; gathe with the Borehole team, rwhli resulted iin te 'Bore hole warriors- conmiir off' victo?icsv withl twelve runs to tl;ihi c dintlbut I hol?o Illinll have to record tlhe lever e to you oni theaixt match. I would havve en you the scor?es of different players, but w~is- ihformned that t.iy forgot their scorebo that day, as their secretary keeps a pr er diary' of' all' theli matches they have b n engaged ini iithltihe various local teams. I'iha~e besen iiforiiied by one of the uiem rs that they arranged to p! y a match to-da (Easter- foiday,)---mar r...

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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

T inhabitants inbiansin the vclinity of. 3urwood seem to be wakinig up n little lat7el pecial tho 'livinig lwitiiin the' c i? bound'a c i w:eek some of the iresideits 'of Ikolitek-stre have drawn .ti pa petitioni to whichr theya now procuring signatures,' Totthe pui ltoso bf Iforwardin it to tho Mayor anid "Aldermen calling theo urittentin .to the dpli'dlorille ind. disgraceiul state of that locality in. w -weather.-' When lt comes rain thliro is io means of reaching some of thlohouses situlnt~d in the street above mentionedc, witliot estlth? swimmniiig or wadiig kiiee. deel?p.in mud. , By t?he way, although the wor thy: " cmicicl" fo get their duty slightly to the iatopayejirs Kenrick-street and its neigmhubouhod, h60dley Sdo;?i 'ot for?get to. collc?t theoirates?.,I.t is to he, hoped that the petitioners will'-soon !beli warded with well paevod and. qiined sterooes for theio e'indeavoi: to' mnako a iiove in tl right direction. .,, .Tl¶dIinprovement Society met oi'Thlirsd evenmg. l...

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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

• Tinc Comminitteob 6f tlhe1iU'itualb3enefiL ~dciety met ant the Haistitol H otel, on .Luiesday Sevenling for theo pur'pose of takinigiibontiibu tions and p?piying: sick- bleneiti-':b Mr. Jamnes Diike, cliairmarf; Mi- 'Jaaiesi ieedl, secretary;' 3 ,.Willizim? Hlistehfr stil'-.ir'dnsutr's;7;, commfittee.; MeslEs. Canav;i:, Thomas, bona 'l-Down, Sim son, :-iro6-i ??.Charles. :This'beinlg the :]last nriaietig"night' for the q'uairter eiding A'p-ril"4th, I oltaiii'iod lice following , particu nlars .- Icoiie" £14? 3sfis' Gd. expenditurc, £: '841· is ld; balidnce to the cet?.'! t !f the Ssociety, £11 /. .-.i . ld. iTob, compare theh balance in hanld with ,othe lolarge number of : yeitarsethtli Sociuty.'hnsl beon in existaincd, viz., sevbenteeri' tlib. 'acuaintied l wiit li'the wo vrking of tlieSociety iaybe ricadyYto . xclaiimi:that' S:the.financial resources areo scant indeeood; scich' Showever, is niot tlhecase.".The bnhie'b of the :Society ar;'differibnt 'rol aiy itli?er :.in the dist...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LILYWHITES. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

LILYWITrES. - 1 ,, ,. •V. Galbraith, sat lobson .. 2 3.- J.:Lindsay, b. Ileaton . :V FilLy, 'o"& b Walkc . . : Ryan b Walker . SVJohustoan, b ks .... Bank J. Winterbottoin "not out ..... .......24 3 J. Dent,:o Drunmond, b Heaton.. .. • 5 M " "M'Koan, bJ. Dronsfold, cn .Banks 2 W: . Gritfliths bWalker .. ... .. .. ' Luke Smith' b Walk .. .....: ... 1 iSundrines . . . Second Iin UZP/.R -T.;. Filliy, 'thrown outlby,.Heatoii .. 4 W.: J.ohnston, - Heaton .. ... O 3 . .W\interbottom, <i Robson, b TValker 120' - Galdlraith, a Perry b Walker 4 .- Lindsay. a Perry b Heaton ... ... 5 •. 1J.D;nt a Drummond b Walker .- , •~ "..-?r ~L.?ya?, sct Harstlo?,?'..:Fi Cr .?.~ ·;.,£:.?": O" .. - T: "",. Meyrmck, ',pery; b"Hoatoit. · :..Pr.r 0,H; , i on t Mt Han tloM...- "i' ' Luke Smith,; 6 Walker, b aVnlker- I.... . " ''' .,Sundri es -;, . " . - . " 5 ?'' -' ?..?; . Granbl~nta~l ::.. ,..:.1001 . ' On ,Easter -f?olay- a. a,.one e'hings' match whvi. played at Wallsend, bjetween dighlit...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

§rIIC K.E T. - O ac~3 rsifi y lna a friendly game of cricket took• place on the AVallsend cricket grouUd,' between tile first eleveni of?the Prince of WVales, -Wallsend,, and the, second elvecn of the Lilywhites; Lamnbton, which resulted in e v;ic~try for the former, with four runs to spare. The followingis the score: PandCE OF WALES. . First IliiWnUR. James Drummolnd, b. Galbraith... .. 10 . Joh1n Healon, st. .Meyrick 0 John Walker, b. eyrick ...'...... 2 S:Thos. RbLson, b..Glbraith ...... . .abit 7 Walter-Perry, .1. b. wvkt . Meyriek ... 1 J. Jones, b. Moyrick .. ... 0 A Steel, b. Meyrick ............ O Geoe. Banks, a. & b. Galbraith ... ...: 0 Wi: ·VioRddenby, b. Galbraith : .. ".:. 0 J. Drbnsfield, not out . ......... 8 - . Foret, b. Meyriik ...... .. ... 1. Sundries ... 15 ... 41 ,S'ce~u Jid anq . gDroiefiDeld, " WVinterottino b. Gal. 0 D. Forest, Meyick, b Galbraith ;.. 13 G. Banks,: oee rik Galbraith ... 5 SJ. Drummdond, e Lindsay, M?oyriek... 1 J. Walker, e ?yrick, b...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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N. H. ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

.11,uU. A 00012i7i1 .( To'../h 1it t'"rl di J . Ad2' do2 h a.') l*.,yff--- lar2e 301 'ill J ci 6 o~ tfl ct I inten ti W:rry oil nlews1 I1i2,W pr0 2i in.L co1n1e1:tionl 2 wi6i lur uict,.;. bu. ,.'.it Mr1 Lumsdou, ii 2 an:?1wro 2' ltttc ,, l; s cildo such fl.u .AtotmciC1s, I, tol .it, 'i Ilty 'to tijiitii libct the whole 0f lis splat" oint.s. I uhiiuld not like to c0all h'i" n li;, b011 he wc 4 22 failse j$w. ''i f ;lis iden uiilule ul'l.ti I1; tradict 1212 of my 1 aotlCrtent.s, bnt.lu haul imlipiclatul thicou itirt p 0rsons,12by lhi falsoT sL'ulemlnth, audl, knowinig tih.i. hed l:r tiest., areu Ictluitabl to dlal witLh 'tbli Lathi .Ioslil will la-e iiii illn hin hei JkII nl s. " ut 2lll :: 31'r.. huiidf i wints to kn212' wh*t hId1nc of the .six 1222s0 of dhllias ihat c:m1icifrom.S3 diiiy, 1. WIh: to inf02rmz hir.,that., there *was tw, box:s of cut, llocirs cuniC fromn Sydney,. and iiutolgo "thum iio itray M ah1llch'in2 (Iii iii muiither), ".ii1, Ibing so due less, tliiough h.i'ist, 6...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING LAMBTON MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

MEETING LAMBTON LINERS. LiAsT 'eveniiig. (Tuesday), a: spcial meeting of the L ambton miners wias .hd at Stoker's Hall, Lambtoni--Mr. Waltor Keri occupicd thi'chair,.aund the;ore as a rgeo attendance. Mlinutes of previous meetin read and con firmed. The Cu?unuit A said the ome ing was called to hear the ':delegate report, ~s arrangd, at their last mdeting, and alsoto consideor the case of-Wonidor's and B3nurt.. e called upon the Sccrdtariy (Mlr. W. T. Do ),to readi the letter received firom.niMr. Croinl ace, in answer to theo.loetter sent by tlihe lodger and published in connectioniwith our leade as follows: aMsireDo ni D ad KerrFini nrsPibton: ; Snis,-I am at. a loss as to ho to ropl'to youlr smowhlat incomprehensible note f yesterday. ,. If you mean by it that I and not to Ibo allowed to dis charge any meanu vhoi I may nlonger desire to employ, then I cari otily say we ore as dottemilied to roesist. your. improper and ibecoming inter ferenceiin this our scinal- rigl, as. we were s...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE 'PILOT'S' GENTLE HINT. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

¶ TIriC Loir' C1lNTLE 111NT. " ."(1 h, L??,itor of //,e .ilfoie Adooh'. ) r"A.. ..id, t'lailo .in :the : hool of Art.. I:tulbiton, thu otlroveliiicg, :ii my "tlLintiolw\, I'iiw ,aO to , lio?t ?ilnuill at'?¢|le .i the -ulo ~Iat t!l/ .Plot, hetillled a 'iigenuti h it?," thou.abLditdity of the thilhg, Mil the bomi'asit of the writer- being1 SO 131i: dent , t lh:it i'id' ll unjo0j3 ii liuaul. "h' parai'ah I illude to oaccusedlVlh r. Wo'i d'of writing a lotttr to thlle JIierah, inuteltd if s' inding. iL to ioloi of the loc;l vppr, 'or,i what thioy, w",'ould hilvle likedl biLtcc, ijitead of sendiii' if to the o-Pilol, wherea I beIlieve it iwotildc lot hiLEi beoiii ;Ird I;i3 "ae milui: iii tho 'i. tliot ilt iof overy:fify. ':-lut, sir, th'o bst ofl? theII joko wair. wo hall rall0.rid .the taid luoit itn ulr owr piajir (tho, A.dcloottii) o llnittll h iday last, nol if it'h?al nlu:od in oithatl of thu e NeOwcasfo lpiap, very few.inflLeel .w liii have soete it. By inls?,rhig ;hdsu ftiai linao...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

2'..atest 'Distr~ict Nefews. (mROM OUR VARIOUS OORItESPONDENTS.) " '·'·.: LAMB TON..; _ I JIA' t icle anotnnr mdserontrelndg btvween tlheinnaiiger of the Lambt'boi Colliery anid his men. On Saturday morning, lastthe piti worlked i the fronit shift; adil severahlf tloe ba?kl slhift men wenit to the pit, expecting that their shift would work also, but were told that thlerewlis to be no work. • It is the custom to blow thei.whistle at 9 o'clock when tlere is work ioi ?thdi bak sliift. So wheni they. wero told that the?'a .was to boenotwork, and the whistle did not go at tle 'appointed, tifi'e wthelliio went home, and changed them selves, some going away to Maitland to see the race and other places, "w;lin Jo, at a quarter to ten o'clocl (three-qnuarters of an hour after the proper timo) the whistlq com inenced to blow, calling tli menc to go to tlheir work. It will be easily imnginedl ?that v'hen.tlfay heard tlihewhistle g ait. that--tiine, -hey--wer ihot-in the bdst- of humonrs, more ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

I>40 " ...... lo" M00unAgo ? ?,,u!l ·r· ? WV thu, r.nh !art N'VLE.iu 4. . - aT l 1d? , ' o rl? l on. n?.y..s L , a ANT?N. Ef .'..?i .' ' JAN? tl r ,000R1L -nbc, T.]1'1,0 1,.illi)dto 06 vbo thuiduwi f r Op'TI ,,,, .,._ ,, ,!. o Ph' . " " ' .. Apply. 1 'Yi O:iaI ITW Id 8 L udiOsEdto V iie orHus' rIENl)ER.'I no~d, Jlor ]3UILD LJl~l A. LA,.C171t:?1 1 ooM, 1.0 30.fouto, \'i ot .? ou m lro.oms t lt ltlrlo, Il ile?,ll , n ,,- a, . D c O w'i "Vtll o fo i re totle, i. FhoRd iuiii, wORTIith jl i c. g d. . . . .ln i hi~id ll ftbal- otwi u iant ik,, . may phsh~ t he line b th 1'attsbr. . •1 i,-ggwd ..groi , >1ly., o ....??.;'-:' "';"fi •. :' . -71 L; ,/. , . . hn O I? . ? ,-t i .r For sale , T. wVO ALLW1BONTS of' L'AN]J rtl trocks town To u cauy. . 2 2 0 1-a'r·!mal~F: iJd.M I For Satic ~'~~od ~E11;5,r i.MFN'C1~ES'. o,2'.! SU~\Vlf2CIG -ordurtin~ and iditini5. : ~~~ r :'~ ~~'O Lt~cri~iet lmltins Olfice .j o p Ao :iii C1i. \' C 'Jltli nllsci.dR. 115~i~li A~In 1 i T 2l-'ll )l n N:. 3tiaec. II...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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RANDWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

X ANDWTICK ILA OES. Tii fullowin s s tha ra?it of to: iust dai s ,'ll 1 l ; - _'? ++: ! .? ? . . 'i -+' " i ' ' . . Ts S .. , . f?iic ess c ... ... . 1 ,l DuOr C ,1o;. -,- D* ?: , , ,: ,+++,"+kn ldrunsel l i ..- . - . :.-'.. .. , ! 2,; ,. Y, ,estininstor+: .1..h':,+: .j .d,.:;3 , " yl ill+ ot h .' ' . , 1 , ' i o.... .. · + nositz.++tt'ii iilli +++ ." "'~ ; ,r!. +i;., ++_. . .! ,,.:' • . . .'.... .. - a. ]+ l i'On h . + : .... . ...... . . , IA~ Fitin 'ic *Kn'.buog .. . 1 2 1 Naiu ... .., u.',d i~ j. :?h . ,-L I .,- ': ? .:: . : i

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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

TH:: E BUSHR AN C E R. BY. IHAL. WABISTAB; . IL 7 CBAPTER XII. It';-I was the same small, richly chased silver pistol, which John Cardwell had once. re Smarked, and whlich Campbell usually wore S:concealed about his persoa. SAnl-waiing .thus'. . . side by side, with hIis arm throvn, "as if in good fellowship, across the shoulder of tht simple, unsuspecting fel low, the wretch suddenly shot him in :the acik of thehiead. As he, fell forward onhis face, without a cry; in the dust that amy thick upon the ground, a momentary paleness spread itself over the countenance of the 'murderer, and he stood still for a. few minutes looking. at his handiworl.. . .... "Another;" he muttored, and tlhen he \ stooped and turned.the body. . - Dead-quite dead. . The heavy swag of gold lhad fallen from the dead man's shoulders, and lay. in the dust by Shis side. -In it there were, many ounces of j.1shibitg;gold, and ricli nuggets; yet less thean an ounce of lead had' 'r.endered the hanid that. . had. lab...

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