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 Subject  Date  Description
Corbridge and Matfen 26 February 1874 Seven-year-old Matfen boy John Stappard had to have a hand amputated after it became trapped in a cake-crushing machine he and some friends were playing with.
Haltwhistle 11 April 1874 The foundation stone of a primitive Methodist chapel and school was laid at Cowburn.
Haltwhistle 16 April 1874 A 13 year-old employee of the brick works at Haltwhistle died after being struck by a wire wagon rope that had come loose.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 07 May 1874 Calls being made across the country for a half-day a week to be set aside for recreational purposes were heeded by shopkeepers at Alston, who began closing on Tuesday afternoons.
Newbrough and Fourstones 20 June 1874 Anniversary of Newbrough Mechanics? Institute.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 04 July 1874 A picnic was held at Staward-le-Peel. July was the month for picnics.
People 18 July 1874 Dr. J. C. Bruce celebrates the first anniversary of the chapel and Sabbath-school at Housesteads on July 11th.
Roman Wall 18 July 1874 The anniversary of the chapel and Sabbath school of Housesteads.
Plashetts 20 August 1874 The corner stone of a new Free Methodist chapel was laid at Plashetts, near Bellingham.
Schools 03 September 1874 The work of the 154 pupils of Ridsdale school ? 52 boys, 42 girls and 60 infants ? was described as excellent following the annual inspection.

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