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THE NEWCASTLE REGATTA. NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

THIII a'E EVASTLBE REGATT'A. 1F1y YEAR'Fi D4y, 1871.-. Ox Thursday last the Keweastlo Annual Regatta tookplac. The wharfwas througod with spectators, and the flagship was very well atltndcd throunghou thu day. Tlhe Naval Brigtr d band \was on bo;iid and playod s'omeo bnutilnl selctclions and danc music, wlliclh a nmlibor of couples took advantago of at intrllt ri' Thiol regatt oritl'tho'whole, was jiot a sutooss, for only ofno crow rulled ov0r tho coulrso in the two principal evcnts, and some ofl thelio otheor wore poorly contested. Mr. lII.F"inch apeclp i l.i up irol ii MrI. O. l. lHanmuoll was very successful in gotting the boits s)yway togethor.: ITilo following is nit acconnt of tho diofleent races :-ac For Youths not 6xcedling I7 years, pulling n pair of sculls in dindoes (not oxcedng thirteen lcot on the keel.) Course-from ]ahgship round theo R·lod Deacoll, rounlldud ' ola ? e?dnd.' oeq inglt;!b Point; iand ,b:tckl? ab t the .ahigsl"I' l.iz it S(ilver Cup, 11ro suntedo by COhp...

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MISS JOEY GOUGENHEIM'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

MIrsH JOIEY COUGE'NITERI I'S D~ltA3TA'PTO,COMP4NY.~ The alriv tronpo gjivo 'oeight or nio perfinormanices during tho last fort!idlghb, at the A\nulslly l(oums,i dluring which time Miss Ilorn Anstoerd l (an actrus of soToot sneluto) a'soalryI l/'r firast aplloraluce imno0 11s. The attndihnoce hals not boo ?n so go.1 as ?dorvcd, On Saturday night last, tho niutical dranma "n Icl ]olb" wncs vary laily produced, 'onihloring the dinllulties they laourud unlldo.. Mliss ?A?ustad playld th~o or?, of "Alicao" "ith great feoling. \Vo dllid noa uaro for 3r. I?illon's "wen Jhol?t " ?i is out of his 'lino' altoogether wlhen lhyilng a sea. fanring charator.. Mrs. IJolloway,. Miss Lyalcl lul Mossras. Avaoling, arston antd ~ahllr, did c01o lit to thair respeootiveo parts, Mlr. Avolin?-(?who lpossesses a fino voico) sang l 'iioi andl Ilushal," for w"hich Iho rioceiveo d nit ocIcore. lloThe perfoinriance conctluded with 2r. lMarton reciting one of Tomrn flood's poems,

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

T]]E D1 INNEJRI. A ter the settling up the comIpany ndjolurned to MIr. TVells' large room (the ()dditfllows' -Ial), where n substantlial mld really lilrslt-class spreknd was ]nid out for the compImny, and about thirtLy sant down. 'The dinnerelmlrised 1)pocultry of all descriptions and Ln xl ' lcuti ais sortment of conlfectionlry, and the way it was; served up reflected great credlit uponl the hlost and hostess. After the tables wore cleared the company nagailn assemnlled, and at the call of Mr. \'V. J. Harris, the sncessful winner, chamlpague was broughl t in and circulaLted freely. .The first toasts were lproposedl by the Chair man, viz., " The Queen," " The Prince of WVales," The Governor,'," " Government," lltand membelrs of '" Prlliamet'"' ii"ld tllhenll followed tile tonst of thile cening " ThuL' \Wallsend 'Jockeyl Club," which was ldrtuk with pl)plause. ?Mlr. J. P. TvL.Et responded. They ]had all done what they could to bring thle pro cll: Christmas races to a succe.ssflt issu...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

NEWCASTLE --HIPPTNG. VFSSELS LOADINM.AID TOJLOAD. L Alexandra, brig, ~?a idi A'Co. Sarah, brig, 23? ]oor loading A. A Co. / Camilla, schoonlolVhito; ]onadifigLambton T1'. TV. Lucas, Amneiaen se ho6nr?',?497, Mierrill loading Walli1t _ . . .A .- . Rosamnond, barquc,'?3i Cduitli; I'adii" l . alnd Cambridge, barque, 250, H-ughes; loading Co operative - Sarih helle, -ship, 81), Ditchburn; loading Walls end Saint nagnus, barque, 289, Eastlorbrook; loading Ticn Tsin , l 011, 204 S).lhiis loading W\tnalah 3 cry Anin, giboon? ? ,9lepi I1H Slying Eaglc, Ao 1crlca ship, 1004, Crowell; to Victory, brig, 255, ?ro~n ; to load. Lmnltulon Mliudora, slip,,)7-2,llravy; to.londrit1cwLanbton Earl-of ?l?.rs naridKiliil~;Iartic, iLO0, Colvin " 3toonta suip,.G27.,8,naadded.?.,? ..... . . F.airficld, ship 27, 'aylor WVallaroo, iar , . , l'rinceAlflcd, t uA. ,lElli; oadodC-operative Aliquis, ship, 112, 7rarshall E. P. Douvcrie, ship, 987, Stevens ; to lonad Now Lam ; . -i Stag, barjui·,· 4?t8 ?iic:lpln? " ...

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

PU? B L I C NOTICE! NEWCASTLE CLOTH HALL ANI) TAILORING & OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT. ---(:-:-)- P. MU L LEN, . (Late o/' Miss TVallcer's Con;nercehal ExchIange, Iunter-st.'Cet,) B EGS most respectfnlly to announce to tlhe public of Newcastle, and the residents in the o ining Townships generally, that he has opened the above long-wished-for establishment with a First-Class 8TOCK OF WOOLLEN., Scotch Twoecds, TWest of England Twcads, Di1e Stocken Nets, ]antn]ock fournes,]Black S Bloadclothls, alllu and Blanc Sattarns, Ilue and Black Diagonal Tweeds, - Brown and Silk-,nixcd Fancy Coatings, and eve'ry Sa'rticl to be found in tihe trade. P. d., desires to call special attention to tihe fact that he has engaged a FIRST-CLASS CUTTER, from one of thie best Tailoring Establislhments in Sydney, aud is therefore in a position to give overy satisfaction to his patrons and thlose who may favour him with ordc"s. ALL GOODS WELL SI-IRUNK, EXACTNESS OF FIT, QUALITY o I MATERIAL, And Super'ior ...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

b: cc wi nll oblige us by nakin:g application a·t thie office, or to any of our Agncts, whose nnics are notified on page ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

TO :OOHRESP, ONDiEiNTSH. ?,. C',.rrespondents are requested to nadhbror io the followinlg Ruggcstiois q cusuire inseirtion : 'ToI write 'ly. d oile n diilorot thd lpitper, to write inl clear iind distinct chllllrnctrs, ulld to avoid all "pcutrrJilt " lor offcisiro per.Yolilit-y. Each "ifited~ will bb required to forwaird his or lher nalme, not neiessnrilv for publication, but as i~hgrantit!igoo i . ..fll. SCoONOcREGATIONAL Our U~uc, W -LLSEND, '-XTour letter is unavoida t to 2 ovrato it?cet i's'ue. : "Sv~nsonuin," Dark € ol reg-ruitiiiFdt,"inviig't' leave your letter standl over. "' W. T. 1)., Lambtun."-Your lines in nCext issue.

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ENGLISH, IRISH, AND SCOTCH LUMINARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

hENGTR.fir, InrTs, AND OOTOTr TIUMI.NArIns.- -Two Irishmen whdci cnne to seo thoe Grc1T ]Eshibi tlon woro stn.nding one morlnilg in ole of the stroots of thoe city, arguing stoutly whothor it was the 1un or thoe moon tfhlt was shinillg faintly tlhrough tio donso misf; with i\hichl the anlno.spilro was clouded. " Shuro it's iph moop, llnrnloy," .ali(i fono, in a tone of groant earnostnss. " Och, by jnbor';l UPt, said the other, "yyou nave lost your raison intiroly, for it is not tho moon nnyhow, lunt the reflection of some of thb mighty flnu tlhiugs in tho wonilor'ful sxhiblition." 'A theo inftnllt, a cannny Scotclmmnn flom'tho .nwin:hi;f ]ionwvlok, wlsp lhad also como to soo tlle World'i Show, hlpponed to pass,' nlld Panl thus n1ocoa1td hlil i1-=" SIluro, surrf wo are stlhratngors, a.itl I. nluklilboulid '?'snx^o if yon is tile moon or the blelsseotld ai wao irufigi. inl throughl tho fog abpvo us.?.4-" Dod,' sir,~ 'm not; vor sure1," roplodl thoe F1in wlo worthy, "for though I gnt a...

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THE SETTLING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

*t|HE SE'L'LING U'. Qx Monday oveoiiig ~isthtiiait'tlilig up&&o., inoonnectiohn *vitli tliohe above took place at *Mr. Wells' Travellers R oest I-otoel as pro viously'arrangled. There wa's a good attend ance of the officials, stewards,' anil thoeo interested present, an<t J. Fletcher,' Jscl., occupied the clhair. Tile following are nnames of thle ownerls of thle successfull ]10horses, aid the amounts piid over :--Mfesslrs. J. L.ynch, £84; W. J. lHlarris, £83 10s.; \V. Hlulis, i -i42 5s. ; J. L Mayuo, £2D 5s.; A. nlallyard, £10;" \V. ]Evans, £(-; J. Lonug worth, l£2-total f£20l. Various aul deounts were also presented and passed, to the amouit of £(J7 Is.

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A MINER NEARLY BLOWN TO PIECES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

A MIINER NEARLY 3LOWN TO PIECES. One of tle most frightful naccidents that has occurcd for some time past (says the Jedigdqo Indlependent), took place in the mine of tile Imperif -Husticer's Company on thie 23rd in stant. .The subject of the disaster was a fine healthy young man nmed Arthur William May. H-Io was unmarried, but the suriound ing,: of his death are rendered still darker by the fact that for some time past he has been engaged to be married, and had made overy preparation necessary for the ceremony taking place on Christmas Day. Deceansed was at work l;n the bet' om of tho shaft, which is about 415 feet. No one was working with him at the tinmeo of the melancholy occurence. Two holes had boon drilled, and were ready to receive the charges. Deceased had Sent up the shaft for the powder lmacessary to fill the hols, and his mate sent down soime of Nobel's "giant powder," the caps and fuzo necessary to firethe charges being hung on to the bucket, which was lowered, and the d...

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WALLSEND ANNUAL RACES. THE SETTLING UP. LYNCH AND HARRIS THE LARGEST WINNERS OF THE MEETING. THE DINNER. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

WALLSDENZ) AN.VLA1L RACES. TI-lE SETTLING U'. LYiNCH AND JIARRIS THIE LARGEST VWIWNERS OF TI-IE MIEETING. 711IE DNNER. SECOOND DAY. TIE second dnLj's racinlg inl: connection with this club passed off on Saturdayohist, with the same satisfactory result as tlhe first day's. The attendance, however, was not nearly so largo, but tlihere were a great manny sporting celebrities present from l.lrdtland :nd Noew~, castle, who could not attend on Friday, and these geutlemn infused new lifo into betting circles that was entirely absent on the first day. The weather was again all that could be desired, tihe sun Ikeeping its piorcing rays behild clouds for the most part and was nevor too hot. T'ihe sameno attrictions woroe on tlhp grounf in the shape of spinning jonpies, aunlt sallics, lotteries, &c.,as qp.theo first day, ,ard. the betting everywhere was certninly much. botter, especially swoeeps, which were made up in great nulmboers on the issue of every event. 'The track was in the s...

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

NeWT " Goods for' Christm.as Season ! - - - :o: - J.T Hlf. NETTLE COE TO HAST RETURNED FROM SYflDNEY, WI'I-I A oOICE LOT OF DRESS MA T-E R IALS, Co !rnisiNa FANCY LUSTRES, Tussar, ATSTISTE, in" plain anc. ::,, borders, ". PIQUE and BATISTE COSTUMES, SATIN, STRIPE, and CHECK MUSLINS, C3ABRIC PRINTS; in plain a.: bordcrcd, LLAMAS, Japanese Silks, Parachutes and Umbrellas, Mosquito Nets, Shectings, All numbers in Ilorrocks' LONG CLOTHS, Damask and dloth Table Covers, Quilts and Toilet Covers, . OIL BAIZES, I-losicry and Haberdashery, in all descriptions, A SPLENDID. ASSORTMENT OF MlENS' flOYS' ANhD YOUTHS' CLOTHING A nice lot of Ilon's TIATS, Belts, Braces, and Ties. NOTE TIIE AnDDIES J. I. NETTLE, "S OM E RS E T HOUSE," NEXViZ' IRS. TVJ'EB B1'S .ILLITNER Y ES"T?ALLSIIIENT, Eunater-st-reet, Nlewcasftle. JR N K?IN s, 1 10TtE i S SUlNxERTAKs.S AND 3CAfliET.IAKIEILS, Beg to inform their friends and the public, that they are now prepared to conduct F"UNIEIIALS in the most respectable manne...

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MEETING OF MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

MlEETIyG Ov MIN1ERS. On Tuesday evening last a mecting of the menI mc]ployed in the \aratahl Colliery was hold nal. the l'Prince of Walces H[otcl, for the purpose of deciding. at what liotu they should. conmllcnce work daily during the prcscent year, and arrange tlhe tigne fol: meals-.-Mr. '. Johnson prcsidc, and the attoundance was goold. A convecrsational discussiote toolk placQ on tho lqucestion, when it was at last unanimously earried : -" Tlhat the pidt commuence work ost halfpast seven o'clock with no breakfastlhour; that the men leave off for half-nn-hour for dinner, andl knock oif ant five o'chock for tihe day." I f the managers only ngroo to this, as I bolieve threy will, cverything will go on smoothly.

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WARATAH. NORTHUMBERLAND BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY.—ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

NOIRTHIUNI/IICUTaANDI I:UII1)ING AND. INVS?T~.IPNT 8OCIET?1'.-IANN UA h ME.IITINO. Ox I' Tuesday evcling aInst tlhe aniluttl mnectigi of this Suciety was held at i1r. Dawson's Green Gateo lltel.' ThIere was a fair atten dance of shlarhclohlhrs,-lthe chairman,-1\Ir. Itlobt. Trtulon pr'esiding. Thle following is thioe anluld report as read biy the Secretary, MIr. WJoh , Wood : At the end of this, the seventh yCar of the Society's exist cue. ll u 3r ? 1 ie toli' ilrave Illucth plansure in aInying Ilefore you tihe llunl lreporlLt allll bIlrinlmc .sholt for the yealr. At the emiilonu30 IIIre llt of tlle hlle?le?t yena thelrle were oil tile bIooks of thle Society 2oS invŽetol?s shiiare'i, nlnd 182.t 1vmacnllcel slares. At piresent tlhe ftlllcr llof illvestilL .shlll'lr alre 187$. nli1d ltie nlin her of alnttlcel SIIIstesC 1 ill in tlChe p1evioilll rPilort. i)luring the ipali~st yer tlle Society hias paidii oil' 1St ill y]estors' shlnres. TIhe liot prolits upon thile spectators of Lthe Sci...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. NEW YEARS' EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

LOCAL INTELLICENCE. WVALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. cinv' Y'EAIi' EVE. Ta Wrallsend and Plattsburg the new year was ushered in withl allppropriate ceremnonies, and we are happy to sa:Ly without any of the'extravagant and homsterous rocklessneus, invariably conspicuous in cities and mnnly, towns. Ceitainly some of theo juvenile or "i:iaikio" porticn of the communuity inoulged in various pranks such .as the shifting of gatel, lnd placing logs and other Iarriers acl Lross the strleeots, blut we hllve lOt ]heard of a singleo instance of wilful dlestruction to prolerty. WVatch night rervices were held in several pl:ces of worship, Inld thb soleUmiin watches thankfullyres1piunded to tlh lirst dlaLhniig ilf the nIw year. The lallOValllidbrass band, under the leadership, of r. Mladdison, mustered in stre.iigth, in front of the Co-operative Mlanager's ireiddlnce, ili exactly as the hiooming of the gun froal Newcarstle reached themll, strulck up t apqpro ]Iriate tune. lThey then ilayed in front of ...

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

SzICE my last, theo Maymor hns received a letter firolm MIr. Morewother, in which lh re corded his verbal promise respecting the dona tion from the A. A. Conipany (£50), and also from himself (£10), towards our Mechanics Institute, which is ndw'going on flourishingly. I was.pleased with your leader in last issue, and I might mention the 'I-Inmilton Council passed a ,'osolution twelve months back last April, asking for a direct line of road, to Lambtoin," ` ovornmnent .SBurveyor, Vorgo survoyed ihe road, and thie aniwor to a lotter sent by the Council to the Governme:t was, that surveyor VQrgoe had not sentin.his report. Governmient Stirveyor" Evians ivas then .sont up and surveyed a line of: road whicli was submitted to the Government and proclaimed in the Geaette of the 29th,July last, showing distinctly a dirooect line to Walls ond. that the 'ronda as beoun dolyed is well kinow.n, but w nHy,~,,,e6in 1Einilton are at a' loss to uid.;t1nd,' ppd oi'ly wo.dor that W\Vllslndlis 'not ta...

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. GRAND WELSH ESTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

(iiiOsc OUi CORRZSi'ONDENTS.) OUAiD WELshI EI'rTEDI)DIOD. On11 Christmas day a grind united gathering of the patriotic WVelslhmnen of the district was held iu-the Rochabito Hall. There wecre two meetings-- at 10.30, and 2.30.-T. Lewis, Esq., Inspector of Mines, presided on each occasion. The object of the meeting was to raise fulds for thie purpose of procuring a suitalde testimnonial to send home to the suc co.sful Welsh choir who competed for the prize, and gained it at tthe fstiv sl at tihe Crystal Palace, London, which came off this year. (Most of our I.aders will remembler that this choir have been successful twice at the Crystal Palace, and if they succeed for the third time they will gain thie magnificent gold cup, to be awarded by the Crystal Pnalace Muisical Associationi-valencd at onl thousand sovereigns). On the whole the gathering was a successful one, about 250 present. The choir was under the conductorshlip of Mr. Thos. Jones, of Lamnbton, and acquitted them selves in ...

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FATAL ACCIDENT WHILE BATHING. NARROW ESCAPE OF SEVERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

SATAL AOOI DNT WHILE BATHING. NARROW ESCAPE Ol SEVERAL. ON2 darlk lhalw l un.i'rtiunately pa]-sc'd over the bright scene of plensure to bu unjoycud ill N'ewe:-tle on New Year's :Day-one ],hotnu haIs been lfit descertol in 1our mnicidst, andil :u tffeictionalte nitl falithful youllg wife has beau left disco- fiol:tel, llnd r2Cuscfi to lhe cuofortled. We refl'c io thel Iinlnch(lly death lby drowning of lIr. VWilliIam TrIlInI t, a younig tlitn or it telligec.e tlniti p| romise, in lthe very lbloOnli (f nianhlood, 11 t lillving nttnii:ed ]lis twIirlly-tlhird yenr. "'l'he ]airtliculiroi we lhave gleilt(ed from l ho.-c batllinig at thie scull ti lioe are. tlthee :-A lrlSy of aibouit eight (onl from WVIlliiend) wout fern 1Ilh at thlie Luig leach.below Shieilherd's Hill. 'lihe. linit enj.oyeud thllttelve.s in Ihe wnter ifor l l) dio: :irteemll nitnItecl, lunt nt tlie time of the accidlcn ltcy wer' I'on ;: fcid Iil unk, ill shlllow w\alrtl(l, wvhncll i:r 1l'lleellleldous !lalge VlwaVe rlrIsl...

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ORIGINAL LINES. ELIGY ON JENNY HERRING, AN OLD NEIGHBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

SORIGINAL LINES. ½ ELIGY ON :JENNY, HB21ING, AN OLID1EIGH{DOUfl. :I co~rosze itlhffollowing rhyme 'about 20 y*ears ago, and have been requested by a few friends to revive i ffr yo6ur paper, but I am ifraid aits clothimg will scarcoly recommend it to publie'idei. lhe was remarlcably indus ?trious in gathering niilure and small coal, so :mich sao thist:ishe could out-weary the longest S:dayg'ii stiiiimer, or the coldest day in winter, so that he?.?heaps might increase in nunmbcr "·and size; and Ie,- chief pleasure was, I think, ,to show them as monuments of her industry. S·he w~is, indeed, 'a member of the old school of industry:: LI?::: ON JENNY HERING. I. I wandered out the other night, When all folk else were grasped tight W Within the arms of sleep; and bright ; ..The moon shone here, Whe oi'something swept efore my sight, • Strange,, ld, and queer. II. 'Twas the feet of two old trees, Near where oft I list to the nightly breeze, SFor her saed.wail can often please My fancy besoat...

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

NETV JAAMBTON. A hanppy new year to nil I Nothinig of any grcat importulee has trnslpired heIre this week except a little extlra holiday keeplig,,i as it is Christians wee:. 'The pit hlii wirkecd every dlay this week up till to-day (''lursdllay). I am nhappy to inform you this morning tlhat the peolpic in general all seem to hIe enjoying thtemselves oni the last hour of thec old year and the hiast Ihonr of the ltew year. 'Thle young larrikinds miem to lti aIs busty :ts liees, ndll tlthe peopll.mnore n'dvanllccd lre g filag u'irml louseo to hlouse conllgratulaltinlg enlch othler olil thle Ircsentlfestiv nccasion talld the various religious Ibdlies ecrui nlot to he Iehind in these imaltters, as the clhurchels are all lighted up, niud singiig and pbayer seents to be the busittess of the silcntt hour iof thie niglht. Thle tpeople :lso cIII n to 1e in glee here in the holpe of getti?? g dailly triln to antl from Newcastle (as agitatedl for in yxur isaune if two weeks h:ack) for pluesauge...

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