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 Subject  Date  Description
Haltwhistle 28 September 1878 Mr. Saint and the Crown Inn, Haltwhistle.
Barrasford and Gunnerton 14 November 1878 A householder in Gunnerton was condemned by the Hexham Rural Sanitary Authority for keeping a pig in a barrel a short distance from the family house.
Elsdon 14 November 1878 A man awaiting execution in Morpeth Gaol for the murder of a shepherd in Elsdon was reprieved by the Queen and his death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 23 November 1878 Death of George Pickering of Stone Hall (Henshaw) on 11th November, relieving officer for 45 years.
People 23 November 1878 Article on Sir William Armstrong and the electric light.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 14 December 1878 The need for a footbridge at Bardon Mill was illustrated when a Carlisle gentleman fell into the River Tyne and got a ?cold bath? while using the stepping-stones. He was well looked after on that cold and frosty night by the hostess of a nearby farmhouse.
North Tyne Valley and Kielder 02 January 1879 A Christmas Fair was held in the Falstone schoolroom to raise ?40, the sum needed to reach ?500, the cost of restoring the Falstone Presbyterian Church.
Otterburn and Redesdale 02 January 1879 A gloom was cast over Otterburn by the death of the Rev. T. Wearing, who had been the curate of St. John?s church in the village for 20 years.
Wark 09 January 1879 Wark schoolchildren and their teachers enjoyed the annual ?treat? with 200 pupils joining in games and tucking into a hearty tea before going home, orange in hand.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 23 January 1879 A proposal was put forward in Bardon Mill to start fund-raising to provide a footbridge over the River South Tyne.

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