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    Ansdell, barque, 293, Irvine loading timber Transport, brig. 307, Fox; loading timber Don Fernando, barque, 798, Henrickson; loading Wallsend ...

    Article : 88 words
  3. Borehole Miners.

    THE usual monthly meeting of the above miners was held at the Black Diamond Hotel, Blane street, Newcastle, on Saturday evening. Mr. Jabez Canavin in the chair. ...

    Article : 1,042 words
  4. V. R. C. Spring Meeting.

    THE following is a brief account of the last day's racing in connection with the above.— The All aged Stakes, a sweepstakes of £5 each, with £100 added. Weight for age. One mile. ...

    Article : 533 words

    I AM happy to inform you that intelligence has been received at the office of the Daily Telegraph from the famous African explorer. Henry M. Stanley, at the head of the Herald ...

    Article : 260 words

    Robert Henderson, barque, 562, Guan; to load Waratah Masanymph, Dutch ship, 1136, Schnap; to load Lambton ...

    Article : 311 words
  7. New Wallsend Lock-out.

    IT was thought that when the miners of the district agreed that the New Wallsend men should give Mr. HALE 24 cwt. to the ton that the lock-out at the New Wallsend colliery had ...

    Article : 633 words
  8. Local Arbitration at Hamilton.

    THE local arbitration clauses were first brought into action at the Borehole during last week, but, I am sorry to say, with much less success than was fairly anticipated. The cause ...

    Article : 292 words

    The following case was tried at the Sydney Criminal Court, held on Monday, Nov. 15, before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett. The Attorney General, with Mr. Isaacs, prosecuted for the Crown:— ...

    Article : 598 words

    ON Saturday morning last when the men went to start the Lambton pit, they found something unusual lying in the bottom, and on examination found it to be a cow. A chain was ...

    Article : 549 words
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    Advertising : 125 words
  12. The Rev. Charles Clark.

    IT will be seen by advertisement elsewhere that this talented and eloquent gentleman will lecture in Harris' Rooms, Wallsend, this (Wednesday) and to-morrow (Thursday) evenings. It has been said that an orator ...

    Article : 434 words
  13. The Eastern Question.

    THE latest telegrams from Europe would indicate that this question is again coming to the front, and that a crisis in the history of Turkey is at hand. Once an energetic and ...

    Article : 702 words
  14. Wallsend Athletic Club.

    THE annual general meeting of the members of the Wallsend Athletic Club was held on Saturday evening last, at Mr. Lundy's Hotel. Mr. J. C. Brydon was voted into the chair, and there was a fair attendance. ...

    Article : 399 words
  15. The Progress of Peace Principles.

    Soon after the close of the Franco-German war, a great demonstration was made in favor of peace principles by several eminent gentlemen in England. The terrible destruction of ...

    Article : 553 words
  16. Wallsend Baptist Church.

    THE anniversary services of this church were celebrated on Sunday last, when three sermons were preached to numerous and attentive audiences, by the Rev. Mr. Robson (Wesleyan) in the morning; the Rev. Mr. Mood ...

    Article : 153 words

    THE old Hartley Vale pit, which has been standing open for several years without any protection, is now being covered over by the employees of the Messrs. Brown. ...

    Article : 198 words
  18. Mr. Stevens, M.L.A.

    Mr. C. J. Stevens, M.L.A., for the County of Northumberland, visited Newcastle on Saturday last, and met a few of his constituents at Milthorp's Hotel, of whom he inquired anxiously about the requirements of the ...

    Article : 111 words
  19. Wallsend Horticultural Society.

    A committee meeting of the above was held on Monday evening at Trotter's Hotel, for the purposes of settling up matters connected with the recent show. There was a good attendance, and, after the various prizes and ...

    Article : 126 words



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