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  2. THE LAMBTON PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.

    S[?]—It having been currently reported by certain busybodies in and around Lambton that I was favoured by certain of the trustees of the Primitive Methodist ; Church here, i.e., that the old church was so1d to me ...

    Article : 308 words
  3. MINERS' GRIEVANCES V. BEWARE OF THE BULL AND LOOK TO THYSELF.

    Sir—Please to allow me a space in your valuable paper to reply to a letter In your issue of Tuesday, the 18th inst., signed "Beware of the Bull and Look to ...

    Article : 1,488 words
  4. POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

    Edward Morley wan charged, on remand, with stealing two fish plates, the property of the Commissioner for Railways. Mr. Brown appeared for the prosecution and Mr. G. ...

    Article : 570 words
  5. DISTRICT NEWS.

    We, in this locality have been visited with a great-deal of rain, and a heavy storm of thunder and lightning. I have been informed thus the storm, was very severe at Cockle Creek, and that ...

    Article : 474 words
  6. MONUMENT TO FLORA MACDONALD.

    Sir-In a recent issue of your valuable and widelycirculated journal there appeared a letter signed " Fior Ghaidheal," in which the propriety of taking early steps towards erecting a monument to the heroine Flora ...

    Article : 596 words
  7. Wednesday, August 19, 18GS.

    John Mackenzie, James Carpenter, James Boyd, John Mackel, Enoch Bailey, Shergold, Moses partridge, and [?] Stephens were respectively fined, for riding on [?} drays—the first named seven 5s. each, and the last ...

    Article : 131 words
  8. NEW LAMBTON.

    Tuesday last, and its accompanying events will, no doubt, be long remembered by the inhabitants of this district. The eclipse of the sun was the all absorbing topic of ...

    Article : 300 words
  9. YOUR RAYMOND TERRACE CORRESPONDENT.

    SIR—In your issue of the 18th inst., appears a letter from your correspondent, in reply to one from "Yours Truly in Full," of the 15th inst. Your correspondent was quite right in replying, and he deserves to be ...

    Article : 587 words
  10. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1868.

    Donald M'Pherson was fined 20s. for using obscene [?] in Bolton-street. Profane-Language. John Murray was fined 10s. for making use of profane ...

    Article : 194 words
  11. THE HINTON CORRESPONDENT AND THE BAPTISTS.

    Sir-I generally do little more than glance over country correspondence, and when anything striking catches my eye I read it. Your Hinton correspondent in his letter of Saturday last, however, fully arrested my ...

    Article : 824 words
  12. LOCAL ITEMS.

    ACCIDENT.—An accident which might hava been attended with serious consequences, occurred on Wednesday, shortly after two o'clock, under the following circumstances. ...

    Article : 1,477 words
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  14. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—Will you have the goodness to allow me to reply to that infamous scrawl that appeared in your Tuesday's issue, healed "Miners' Crievunees." The writer of that epistle is evidently labouring under some strange ...

    Article : 461 words
  15. BUGGY ACCIDENTS PREVENTED.

    Sir-On reading over the Chronicle I was sorry to see that Dr. J. R. Pierce had met with a buggy accident of rather a dangerous nature. I sourcely ever take up a paper but I find similar occurrences. Mr. F. R. ...

    Article : 312 words
  16. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle.

    Sir—I see in lust Thursday's Chronicle a letter from one who takes as his motto—"Beware of the bull and look to thyself." With your permission, I will take the opportunity of replying to some of the remarks therein. ...

    Article : 1,076 words
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