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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

' NEJ, WCASTLE SHIPPINrG. : VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. - Highlander,- American ship, 1353 ; Wilcombe; loading Wallsepd -E-sk, barque, 413, Iroe -FPrances Thorpe, siljl229, Buck ; loading Vallsenld SHorsa, s, 1094l,'3Knly ; loading nlhlendY c St. :rcn' ch l , 55% Teloiolinou ; iin Ilaciic, Arne t4"? :553. 0 ,*olo Vall ' cud ' - 'v *./ . . ,ounahl, ship, "119, Hillnman ; to lund 1VaWllsnd SBevennue, ship, 999, l1'Gowan ".Anniablie, barque, 384, Stephen ; loading A. A. Co. .Forfarshire, ship, 12381 Jones ; to load l.alnmhtonl Aundromeda, barque, 430, Lanburg; to load A. A. '- .n lusy Hal?^ i?-ackson, 1773 ; to load "Valls ,. _lidedrn, Norvegian Larquc, 1Hcoll, 544 ; to load WAl1send. 'tRiflcman, ship, 718, -ishop ; to load New Lainbtonl :,LiUie, barque, I 8;, lI 'ow - • .i. s * ; .Rdtiding H6d: tilp, 720,- obertson to load Wa--..\Vhratah - .3Biton, liarque, 4S2, D.Ison ; to load Co-operative .IdMaryAnn Anidson, barque, 279,- 1Hughes. to load L; jiabton * i ' F'_leetwin , American shi...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

JNOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ! ----(0)---- P. MULLEN OF THE "'NEWCASTL OCLOTH HALL," HAS JUST IIICEi?1E D A FIRST CLASS STOCK OF TNEW-aTASHIONABLE WO LLENS, NAMELY : Scotch Tweeds, at P. ULLEN'S NE J 'STLE CLOTH HALL. West of England Tweeds, at P1. MUlLrJLENA'S N VCA'STLE CLOTI II ALL. Blissus Tweeds, at P. e1 ULLIEN'S NE~IICASTLE CLOTH HIALL. Navy Blue, in large variety, at Blue Stockanets,. in great variety, at P. MiULUtNX'S NEWCASTLE CLOTI HALL. Bannock Burns, at ... J . UL - P. ULLEN'S NTEWCASTLE CLOTH JIALL. Geelong Tweed, in all colours, at' . " " ... .*P. JT.U'LIEN',S NEWTCASTL]E CLOITH IIALL. A nice assortment of Silk Vesting's, at C ' -H P. MULLEN'S NEWCASTLE CLOTH HALL. -White MEarcella, in good patterns, at . -P. MI'JIVEN'S NETICASTLE CLOTH HALL. 'P. MULLEN is glad to li able to inforra the public .qenertvllqy that lie has the BEST SCOAT CUTTER in the colonies, whose dutq is nothing but to Cut Out Coats; and hli has also a TlOUSERS and VEST CUTTElL, who attends to the nthtin;? o...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

,, ?.e-;o?.TO- -ORnRESPOl?NDENTs.. ' " " " "" ',trrespondcents are requested to adhere to the follomwing suggestions- to-ensure insertion': To write oaly on one.sidoe of the paper, to write in clear and distinct characters, and to ' avoid all' scuirility" or offensive personality. S"Each writer will bc Cequired to forward-his oi S her name,: not .necessaniily ror.publicition, bUl as a guarantce of good faith.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Garden Calender for April, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

Garden Calender fdr April, 1874. >"I jite'ic Garden: If you have any large cabbage plabts in soeed Ibeds, plant them out in rows. Planut a' soculhilllrherbs.' Rtlrth up your celeryhsrequ ired. Cootnusta sueowpeasirocc ol ti?elth cmie on oniotu ru ip radish, bones, cabbages. D)ress a-nllyour beds, thi, minig onit.carruts, turnips, p arsnips,-&c. AIndat your Svacant utim prepare new beds, trenching jnil man: uring all unoccupied ground-F-lower Garden: Plant differelnt knds'bf bulbs, siich as tulips, &c. Flower i?ng shrubs herbaccous plant s may blprolpagatcd and t•ranslpanlted.:' When tender plantshave to be,re move f*kedp' as. ujip3 caiLth about tlu roots· a. Spossible This is a.good 'month for-makiing edger round bidcrs: hoxi- lavender, thyme, daisies;,set -pinks,. &c., make veryT nice edlingg ; but when S.tli?~oaiinot. hecanr.ied out:in sufficient quanitities, a "ood border of turf looks very well, but it mnust always he kept vcry cleau and well trimmed O...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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CARPET SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

CAIWJ"L ~ ' BNK' .' K B~ir JnS. j~~'if~ikil;.frNiIn, f~I lnd, inforlms uls. thnt hao killedl a lnr·~e anpi~n't; nimko thle -ato~llc,diL~yJnlcz kurln~ ROavau feeft threeh uiehelCS inl Ileigt.hI, and~ cigh taeii inchels thlickc, whlichl ooIune 1,'u~~l Iarrd'wt~s aktonlshio~d. to find t ol ittiisgtid thea bo~ly of nw oposisiix, anld.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LECTURE ON HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

~fjulenai ~ ! i iiz Nir2ectinzilg tatothiiLo to Mr.11 'PifLttBi6son' I.uE.lo'i'tlc nabov, subjict, to 'bo delivoledl in tbl .sombl Rtobu!is, ? rill?s? d;" this S(Suturday)· venilg : tt 7.30. .,' .,

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

.iURWOOD. TIIIL Rani nothling of consequence occurred inl this quiet neighbonrhood since imy last communlicition. As-yet ~nbothlin bhas been done ill tile way of repairing the streets or, roads in this .locality, notwithstihnding the petition of the inhabitants. As I before re mnarked, the slightest shower of rain renders streets and roads impassible, which is a dis g'ace, considei'ing the nmijber of people using thoen csv'ry day." . .". : riiisuungweeldy mneeing of thd B]3urwood TimprBiovment Sociecty was -iecld: on 'hu rsday evening- last, ihen, it; i'is :debated, also, .-elithelr aiionaiv;liil or ejt?h!blicsn. govorn mnt was?ost lienefiidcial. A fter so memat tcrs bf.imibirtanhie toi:tlol Society "mre disposed of, the macting, which was a large orie, dis Aprzlled. " -,. Api l) ,1C,.?',(': -.:";-52

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

Wiout i'iit tod@ ,.~ bn, Waratnh, or WaliseIid. linthis'.wr~.iihb :tli noir court 'house r F1ori y I i ty hiin?" thiatt.Waratah is th?.,? ost siitable townir. "No ono can deny tnhat it is the o.mast icoi?i nuoiesnt. rega?rds situn tio, beiug easliiicrta?cess theni from Walls -nrd,and 'it is.all con meniioni t to: the twLo large 8,,'J,-?siae :rt-io both of- 'which -sho, signs of .·~~. ·tr permanency. ti is al?.i tI1 1, lte: !hccl,,rai head quarters under the - new Electolrl lill, and the munliicipal coruncil have the: distinct promsce from the Government that it should (the court-house) be erected in Waratah'll. 'The correspondence relating. to this subject was laid on the tableo at the last conncil meet ing, nnd Alderman Harper, in avery "loqilent and forcible maninher, put forth the claims of our flourishing town to be the' head-quarters of the Police LMagistriate, the estimate for the spalarly of that magnate having been passed. .- One of the worthy aldermen at ithe last. meetinc ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

LOCAL INTELLI CENCE. WvALLSLEND AND 1'LA PLTI's IURcG. THEI PITN. Thie WVall'soixl p hins boton Worltiug.both shiftq: daily -ince otir. tISt isu~ 'ob l Tlil'losdany.an , break. d' curred a tlhi CO-O putv,?flioyvhan'g otily wlorked one shift. . j ;.:.u L

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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

An;VIh COREEIiA·juJl'ETA. A MrT?wro of the Anvil Creek miners was held herle on Weclnesdny, 8th inst. The turns excited some considerable discussion. The matter was, however, finally settled that those who were asked should ]ny back. until 'th others were made up. The niintites of the delegate meeting were submitted by tlhe dele gate, and were adopted' without alteration, writh the exception of thei innto relnaing to the replressCtative of the Anvil Creek i:id Gro'a lodgels, at the board'of dellganteo wlhicli was slig': tly altermd. The resolntioi m *oveld, scconel d .nild carried, rends, s folilys :- "Tlint the l)elegate he elected coijoiitly byi both collieries, lbuluttlinl: hfi h 'fhosunL! firoi cach co'iuy evel'y :illernnate tire Iniiothls Thi'e (j ret minersil hld a.nlCm eet ig on Satlur day eveniiil, at whiich tihe inutes of theli deleante mneL't'ei' considred, also lessr Moluhc'iiidrt, Crtlrco's lctter-s. Tihe inna dicg(.sipo I (.i . s.u iii,' tnll .ed on theL dole gtetu qune...

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WALLSEND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

rWALLSE~ND sqHdbr, QiL AaT's.3 Tn half-yoarly gnieral meetinfig of the mrn-' hers of.ih labovorintitutlon,- wns heldl iintthl readiing room on Wednesday eoning .lst,. the 15thi instant, to receive tho half -yenr]ly report of the comnnitttb; , andto olect ,officers' fur the ensning six fnof?tis".' 'hi~ attdndanci was not very good. In the absence-of-the President and Vice-Prcsidents, vwholi were unavoidably detained from attending- l'r. A. RIoss imoved and IMr. Thos[h. Fryar seconded, thr?t 'D. D. Olailf.takoe thoe?-iair?, who, nfter a fen obsratrionf aiiedn hi.not~jea, calling ulopn tto Secr'tary, Mh. iA. Ross, to rcad the repoit. - 'hlo repot read is as follows : Scvsnth' H al.q t: .Velliseid. ,,clool of, Ars, ",f4ort1"half-'h q;ef',il, ling earackl81st 1874. " Your committoe, in -presentipg their re :port of the past half-year,:'ave but little t6 relate.in referonento th trimiisactions of the society doring thio sitiig just ,closed,. i o" iVoiTnu vnriicus caisos- th'lld r:okly gen...

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MEETING WALLSEND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

Lt'T oevenino- (Fridlay a spooial meeting of 'tihloiirallson minors was -held 'in r. WV. hlri'is' Asssrmbly;RJoomso~n' ,hle piurposo of ieon "'lla6 i'.Tauc'e s-~'ieat tih the (Jurl'ter. hellea ,ae ro-'iibotltintcc huIiirda pclisons prisent. Mr..Thos. Alnwick ocpcud the Minutos of prvious meeooting waer read lndl confirmed. ['lie EIx-iuiiminucial .1T.1onsluie ( IJi iiL.li ow n). t1e:ii iedl"tlio lbnlan?oo shoet, ,hioh was Iltimiitiely iile1itOd. It showeV d te i ncome f"l, thepnteqpiteirto Jlinvoe 'heod ~l1i ls. "., afIRf (ho t.,x?,ofs -81 1:is, t '., leaviig a lmlance in hand of"' .7S. (d.. t J u'lieumiAaiiA qaid thly omuldl fir; tcoo-n ,lqJllt? .d?om - ",w?xl.-oodhn th '~sb wrigfa Good ,riduy. . " M li:,nv i·said they.klow it cas ignin?t th -i'ln ~to rir/k on (oood 1riid"f,' but hleo w'as't worikin"' in his ow -i cable, and, ianother - thing, - thoyh--uad-only-done--what t!nhrce pa'rts of the mini.in the pit would ha'vre Ioiiie. -Mr. luitu? aiu'. sai l 2hy had lbrty-tlli'ee slkips ...

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POETRY. AFTER MANY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

POEB T. R Y. ( FAikER MANY DAYS. j e l?lhi~ght is fudingg.down the tky. - e hadows grow: and multiply. I hea?'the .?rush's matin son,. :' Bitt I d1?rboa i with. toil amn wrong - L .So lng,.so long - SDim dreams my drowsy senses dron, : Sodarling, kiss myreyelids down. Myilife's brief spring,went wasted by, My.v?bunmer ended fruitlessly ; 1 eaitnued to hunger, strive, and wait: IlouliS thee, love--O.retched fate /i 'Too lute, too late! NoW autumn comes, with fading flower, And mnrs the beauty of the hoem. O lilessed sleep ! O perfect rest ! Sothe by your charms my thi ebbing breast, ,Nolife nor death were wholly drear, O thnder heart ! if thou wert here. o: S. d dear, so dear I S Blesb o?ve, the luharvest moon doth wane; '""on? e o my heart and love again. Conap from the dismal night, and bring ihe prirmis-of another spring. Breath', softlfibreathe, thy love so blest: Love cannot clanraa nobler test. /Sweet rest,'sweet rest. Thy love my soul's buffiieint crownu Gone, kiss my weary ey...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

-NEI LAM 'TOI( , ' I I:r,~io.:nlotliinnituL complainta to make this time.. I'am suro there is not a colliery in the ; distrit that nhas moreo i contend with than wo, the Nev.Lamlbton miniiers.' Tihe first and greatcot evil is tlhe- number of miners thati i'. put on-to cut con),.when.the man!'gcor knows. thalnt he caninotconvoy anivornago dly's vborkl from mnore thlmi two lundred nmn.i. I saw hvl the checl-weighmatii'sbanlance sheet that there is nearly two hundred and fifty 'men on tl.o coal.. I bolievo reports have been sent to the several colonies, nay, to Engalnil, thai the miners nr manking i princely fortunes in tho.eIuntor River.District. I think tihe news vender might' mako one exception; and tliht iii the men it New Lamubton colliery. 1 min) given. o unlderstanml thalt if overy minicr had booeen liko equ!lily, they would linve'had IthI hanidsomo sum of £4 5s. a inan last pay fur 'nine daiys and a IalfT ." Thr'. iscond. complaint I hrive to niahke is nabout the whistlu blowin...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

.'ll 1ohYt c1-t N 11W L1Latl1± Cl(II' tIl Ct\:lU wIy~I 'I 1h'1)3~1 11 tpHi ·c\. uil, 18*;·ny I iLA L1ND. in Itxoohi~. ·z10 ; JUOMUAS, 219i C: ondhor.. N~b m'NNr1NN' 2 W.( aidor nud ~i o ·lid ,/citi~jt L~unbtoni "Ni' O e ·~st.las O alk 111 £i of a b 'of·b LECJLTVF on 1\rh '1' iUO I'rislj- HAURIS SFMBLY P M$,VAL½ ·`Aiyiti~r ·:-4du]tLq ji , iath i, Gil, :1p' ' "'Y t. ?. hsl.lIg,: .Lanlmbtisin.,1 A A NTVERi' ISALN SitrvYlI: " ·Lwill bhe hohl ini the abi Cliurh (D. V. ) on SLTNI)AY, .Alpril' (it h,h Tf.li.f " 'SE11.[ONS will Iho ,pro:dlted -il.thu rnin at :11, anitlEvel. inig at half-pwt tiG not by hj Rl'v. ]F JE SyDN~urE Tu the Afterfie .half- 2, y` the Iev XQ.I0Ji , of 1 al nd SOn MOED , ' psil 27th, A FPULICIO .TEA, MIEF,'I ING, n he ohold in the.Rhibite ftlal. .oa onr Lh I s.fioni 4.. 0 7 ,.o'clok li! f.. i A *i KETr , Is. tl.:; (1 I n* D I EN, Ib I: ... .i, Aft on PLTBY 1fElbTNJC:G will b;hoh hin tlid'O Chapel; ,wh'u atddruses :will he olivrod liy. theo lovse ). Allou, T. Ioblhey, I...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

(lo.IIM ouI vAiotiOs UtRRtPO'NDE0Ni.i);" S\.- ' I. LA M -r .... a·i, . Os Inst Satniud yvo-iig a nliumbcr:of gentlo o ppo i s eansn?iit nigit nt Mr. 'lialTs n'urllosorgs'lmv) g r9 . Hot'l. tooins that it is. tho ?tnom.of sovdral whdh <'ccasiontlly'"ntEorl d f.dTdrifflir'K'to tnkeo silos; siiil s bats of.ou th&ncob tlobcbe t'a 1011 of 1, rnco I Or. any-olther spornu Ig, ovYnt.pf tnpoilanco, f.o', the purpose uol.. havsing. w sappur. On thlis' occasiorn.thlie ngi " wnqa?;S wigged on tip'groent anc 'b&lU'tirtp Brl: ro'? . Vftson , ls,10osioiavjuig t9 fi or.ptt!" vogetables, which liMr urn' foun . mliseolf, and thoo :iuch cr:odii ciio ti6 b given ti thatliiitontledunin' for.thl'Tinablerl tnwhioh tho spra'a I ,y"iac 'un thoie taBles. ,A'ftoe the clotl a oiia t&?i5tdthu uiu?'nl toasts wOrpj givon ttro t , witi l oieliuasin.~is ovral.- songs and \cintaitw?- s , rogiy?b? ., -gouitleoioi ? preo sint, n v e?V?t a lr? .ylh?ng' wasoaotit,*. : viod'on ii n aRii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

RICKLT / RICIKE.T. I H Y A N T, ex T k NWCVLASTLE - to loorm.the members of the various Cricket Clus ir the district, that he has just received a'n Inargo g ortment of NFW CRICIOKEiTING GOODS, con?t sng of lats, Balls; Leggings, Gloves, &c., &c I c has alsl just opened a large supply of New Gords in tlhe SADDLHtERY DEPAl?RTIIEN' of his businesa. 'All goods sold for cash,, at thoe lowest, possible prici s. .. . ., . I NEW GROCERY AND. GENERAL STORE, S(I TE LOTT'S MlIli STORoF.) H A1?' chi plansuro in annnqucillng to the in /habitants of Newcastle and the various' mini g townislils that she is now CAlITYJNG ON TH A?~OVE SITOllE, witllann I.cellent Asson'tnient of Corocerileis, of oeve.doescription,- at the lowest possible' rates, and trusts to receive anfair shard of:patronage.' - . Novit 'rHi AiDUESS- . ,. E. NEW,. Lott's Mill Store,,.: Hunter-street,; * 4i ' . Nwaonstle. P.otrailts, Portraits. . . C N G E R1, -' / PHOTOIGRAl'HIC AR'lTIS. .. fIunter Stret., Newoastle....

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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER XVII. MR. CLARENCE CAMPBELL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 April 1874

THE B SHRANGER. BY . . WALSTAB. C- aPTEIa XVII. i Ln. CLA?IENE CAI1PBELL aoAIN. COULD she hide it from him when they met again, for the vwretch gUessed truly she could Snot bring herself to denounce himn, and threw himself agaiun and again into her way during herlonely rides. But it must )e owned that about that time the misdeeds donimited by the gang of Roled Jack became fewer, and took place at a very consideriable distance from 3rindcogee. M rs. Brentfor'di lived a life of daily torture, dreadiilg every day to hear of some new outrage commitecld lIy a man whom she despised hersell :*for still loving, and whom she could not bring herself to denoiince, tl.lough bound by every mortal law to do so. . The unhappy woman changed visibly daily. The silver in her dark hair grew thicker and --thicker;.,the lines about her mouth grew aeper,';aid theie was a liectic fire in her large, . dark eyes, that told a tale of inward cankeriug -:-care.. """ \cahe changed- too, in her manner to those '...

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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER XVII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

TH-E: :B iS H IAN C E: R. BY ,,HAL.. WALT?AB. Carna~vv'Xs rhI .(C~tinuead). " I left my broteHr inde'r a falid inpies ion. I was not at fir.st tl dog raid woltch, in ilho' eyes. of God, I allowed him?b suppose .... " At that timne lwhen Captln Huntleyl t abroad,;and:sant'an3 brothel;lo letter or in tblligence, I was already (and, as it turned out falsely) married to itsitbu.ns i SHe g;ave ceii a laibfil le rea ons for our mock union-beint keI:t secret; otherwise I had no reason or .-ih to d'eceivr amy brIlacher. But so ijifatuated a s I by .this inat,, lthat :hen,,sornm maoniouaas a'fler' the gact' Iretairn he acknowlodgel lahavaug deceived ie, I coni sented to leave mny'hbore rather than part with one who had heoienmyduestroyeir.n - "aHe- pleaded a previous marriage and thd intensity.of.hii love, as gan ecase for his base ness?'and I listened td hiui, dlid," womn'i-likh, Lforgave him." : : "'' " I loved him., as :you may suppose veroy stroingly, to gi-o up all for himu." "You l hav...

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ORIGINAL. IRISH WIT. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

ORTIGINAL. IRIJH WIT. . - (To t3e Editor of t7e 2nlaers' Adocate.) DEAn SinHappening to be at home from work, and not being well, I was thinking over old times, when the following anecdote of Irish wit canme to-my mind :-I was a soldier in India, and we, .(the regiment) were laying in Rangoon Bi7rmak. There were a lot of iis •lying on our beds reading in the afternoon, when one f the men-a tall -frishinan- ha?ingilostlhis: pipe,casne in asking if any one had seen it. <Of co'urse there were a good ninny jokes :;,assedtl on his pipe, r..s to what it was like, when one of tlins meon--na: ex-ser bge?nt-who, hhavjng a v5ry red nose, put his fingers to i:, 'stking if that was it, whereupon Pat turned roumlhd, alid seeing the fun the ex sergeant was trvinlg to make of him,, he called ont-'" No dinat's not mine; mine was n-ot lit," which buon turned the inhles upon the ex-sergeant. I thought I would try and put it in rhyme; if it is worth a cornor, plbase to give it ono,-if not, ...

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