Davey, the former owners of The Cumberland Free Press. Inpaper was made by beating down rags and using the pulp from the rags. This merger provided The Cumberland Argus with more districts to cover, and Cumberland paper owners decided to issue the newspaper twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays commencing with Vol.
Little and Richardson registered Cumberland Argus Ltd. Leslie Phillips retired as Managing Director of the newspaper. The mill became the largest in the world.
Trembath inusing the records of the Cumberland Argus. The following week a new masthead was introduced, with the newspaper announcing its coverage was expanding westward, delivering between Wentworthville and Lalor Parkand increasing its circulation to 45, copies each week.
The mill now only employs about people, but continues to be a presence in the city of Westbrook. The mill property and a number of surrounding properties were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in He eventually founded the Parramatta Advertiser inin competition with his former employer and helped form Cumberland Newspapers Ltd.
Gazzard retired from the newspaper in Februaryleaving Little and Richardson to run the paper by themselves. The Monday edition cost 1d, with Thursday 3d.
Bythe mill produced 35, pounds of paper per day. The quarterly subscription for both issues was 6d. White taking over as Managing Director from Vol. Nine years later inan additional machine was added to the mill, and the production increased to 11, pounds per day. Inafter the mill changed its name to S.
Fuller, a printer and stationer.
The first issue published on Monday was Vol. Horse-drawn wagons transferred freight between the mill and the railroads. The last standard gauge locomotive was sold to the Maine Central Railroad when Portland Terminal Company took over millyard switching work in This acquisition had no significant effect on its circulation or coverage.
In that year, the mill was only running two paper machines and had a production output of about 3, pounds of paper per day. Warren Paper Mill Company, Warren decided to add wood fibers with rags fibers for paper.
History[ edit ] The Warren paper mill is a large sprawling industrial complex spanning the Presumpscot River just north of Cumberland Street in central eastern Westbrook.
The three newspapers were owned at the time by Cyrus E. Warren died in and was succeeded by his son, also Samuel Dennis Warrenwho managed the business until his death in The newspaper was founded by Messrs.
The mill continued to grow through the 20th century, employing close to 3, Westbrook residents. The Saturday edition continued to cost 2d, with the Wednesday edition costing 1d per issue.
Pascoe between and onto 55 reels of 35mm microfilm. Initially issued weekly on Saturdays, costing 2d an issue, a subscription to The Cumberland Argus cost 2 shillings per quarter in The first three locomotives weighed 7 tons each, and carried gallons of water.Read Cumberland Daily Times Newspaper Archives from Cumberland, Maryland.
Genealogy and family history records include: obituaries, births, & marriages. The newspaper was founded by Messrs. Thomas Davies Little, Frederick William James Lovell, Richard Stewart Richardson and Alfred Gazzard, all formerly associated with The Cumberland Mercury newspaper.
The paper's office was located in Phillip Street, later George Street, Parramatta, with correspondents located around various districts. Get breaking Cumberland County NJ local news, weather, events, sports and more from Bridgeton, Millville, Vineland and others. Comment on the news and join forum at killarney10mile.com Cumberland County News, Burkesville, Kentucky.
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