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The Dispute in the Durham Coal Trade. The Council of the Miners' Association met on Thursday in the New Town

The Dispute in the Durham Coal Trade. The Council of the Miners' Association met on Thursday in the New Town

Hall, Durham. Two hundred and sixteen lodges, comprising about 50,000 flamers, were represented. Mr John Foreman, of Roddymoor, again presided. Four motions were put to the delegates:-1-t, the Northumberterms arbitration ; 2nd, no reduction ; card, 10 per cent. reduction on the
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
General News.

General News.

RECOLD OF WIIECKS.—The number of wrecks reported during the past week is 3G, making for the prebeut year 737. THE Arm - six ANtrxvitEs—lt is state that over 20,000 troops of all ranl: will takt part in the Autumn nianwuvres at Aldershot. SHOCKING MlTlllYEit.—Joseph Galley, a col
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
pay a tine of with attempting to a•.l honest man beneath the yoke of a : .-in-law. You may go."

pay a tine of with attempting to a•.l honest man beneath the yoke of a : .-in-law. You may go."

guns in Buenos Ayres. —The Drag Nor.: of Buenos Ayres reports the existence oft band of ruffle who have matte it a constan t p ractice to wayl4, rob, and murder all milkmen they can unawares. For some time past - ha• " posses la caravan The Troubles of a Priam lanioter.derhe wid
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
Only a Factory Girl.

Only a Factory Girl.

The Temperance Lodge with which I had been for some years connected gave a social entertainment in aid of its charitable fund, which closed with a ball, that was fully attended by the younger residents of the pretty suburban town of Lockwood. Among the few strangers who came fro
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
of it ; and it is only for his of tome one to whom she could appeal ; but the

of it ; and it is only for his of tome one to whom she could appeal ; but the

long voyage , " she said, and I ask es the worst slums of the whole city. trouble." thereonlycouple standing gentlemen, go was a of women at a to let us on. If one of you will You coins with Inc. " " And you don't regret lea door across the wrow street, and from these kindly sho
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
to get married to a woman now living in poverty-stricken, but in whom the Crown Prince Holland ; that he

to get married to a woman now living in poverty-stricken, but in whom the Crown Prince Holland ; that he

would perform such cere- recognised a former subaltern in the Guards. monies as were necessary here, and she would The Prince stopped and inquired of the poor be married to her brother in Holland as a proxy fellow how it was that he had become so refor him. Then the brother was
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
MARITIME NOTES.

MARITIME NOTES.

The Inoonstaat sailed from Hull for Blyth, May 2nd. _ _ _ _ The Accidental Star, Aitkenhead, from Bluth for Cadiz, weed Deal May 2nd. The Auchencairn, left Falmouth for London. May 4th. The Pioneer, Davison, from Blyth for Cronstitilt,posed Elpinore April 30th. The C.,:,uwooil (
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
4 • I ui P e ie-Poudre Court, as the Three Weeks ' Flight for Life. Then we hurried farther

4 • I ui P e ie-Poudre Court, as the Three Weeks ' Flight for Life. Then we hurried farther

up the mountain heard the baying of hounds in nearly into the thickets. We could hear a ll the time direction --big hounds and little hounds and'M th e Austin's " Bartholomew that the hounds were approaching us. On we sorts of dogs. I sever beard so much barking • • and boilinp
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
in m0m,,....- ---you your eye , poison. only poor rapper,, in, Fine place this, ain't it?" you will be served.

in m0m,,....- ---you your eye , poison. only poor rapper,, in, Fine place this, ain't it?" you will be served.

Rut come along, Adams ; only an hour ago." rags, come over for the outran, and the farm Adams. " I shall be very glad to get away," said I'm up at your hotel. I saw you this morning, " An' did the masther drink wid yon then ?" people didn't like us at all, at all." " Oh, Mary !
May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
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May 9, 1874 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England