As the Story is Told: Morpeth Newspapers V

Taken from “As the Story is Told.”

Morpeth Advertiser

A four-page copy of the “Morpeth Advertiser” dated January 1874, was found according to an article submitted to us by Mrs. L. Phillips. It states that the front page contains a brief description as follows: “This town is one of the oldest and most prosperous on the Talbot Street Road…” Additional pages include ads by Morpeth Carriage and Wagon Shop with John Craft as proprietor; A. Liebner, Cabinet Works – the largest establishment on the Talbot Road. A full stock, “principally my own make”, of hair, cane and wood-bottomed chairs, whatnots, etc., also coffins and “a good hearse on the spot”; Stove and Tin Depot, Thomas Teen, Morpeth…

 

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