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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
.NEtWCASTLE SHIPPING. .;:'-. VE'SSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD, 'Eisk, barque, 413, Irvihe Knowsley Hall, ship, ackson, 1773 ; loading Walls. . - end :-" • ..Agra, ship Miller 95?. to load Wallaend' . Olodian,i ba ue,4douniton; toloadiNow ei Iamb' * Result, BipJ8?.',ll obi ' : .' SMellmoniie, "flilp," 1439,' Ckhritiansnon ; to:lond IVallas*uI Lizzie Iredale, bi'rque, C23, D)awoon; to. load Lambton Ella Glaosto.,c, brig, Lane; to load -Lambton Queen of the Age, ship, 757, Montgomery Biftsli Sovereign, ship; 1298 Randle; to load Anvil Creek Kniht of Snowdoni, ship, 656, Richardson ; to load Coq du.Villfge, French barque; Le Bens Beautiful Star, ship, B46, 13ilton: to load Co .operative - . VWave Queen, ship, 803, Sinclair; to load Lambton -Glengarry, ship, 17906, Millard;. to load -VaUrsend Timnru, ship, 888, Coleman ; toloadiallsond - Loch Katrine, ship, 1200,. Burton ; to -load Walls. end Norham Castle, 698, Carey ; to load Lambton , Duke of Edinburgh, harque, 470, Samipson; to load " Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
Boots. Boots. Boots. PUBLIC NOTICE. .EO, M. A.DDISO HAS OPENED . HIS PREMTIS1'-1 IN DIXON-STREET, LAMIBTON (OPI OSITE MIR. THOMAs',) When he intends supplying the public with Every Variety of ' English, French, and Colonia Boots a d.& Shoes, FOR CASH, AT. PRICES N'EVER BEFORE •OFFERED His motto being Small Profits and Quick Returns. THE. T STOCOK IS New, Fashionable, an&lt;Id Complete, In 'adies', Gentlemen's and Children's * dBOTS AND SHOES. Mark the Address GEORGE MADDISON, DIxson-street, L;,ambton. 205 ~ ------_ .- MACHINENES. ACHINES. MACHIIINES W. THOMAS Elder:street, Lanibton, Desires to THANK his numerous Customers in the mining districts for 'their liberal rmtronage during the past three years, and bogs ta/?rprm them that. he still continues to / 8UPPL INiI EI F T; MACHINES D MACHINERY ..AT THE OWEST RATES.'. " . '. He also wishes to inform his customers and thie publib that he is in a position to Supply all sorts of Fancy Goods,'. ' , .Furniture,, . , .., S....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
Newcastle Agency. M R. THOM.AS NEW, Hunter-street, .(late Lott's MIill Store), has been nppointed?: -. . " .. - GEN2tLFOR T IISO JOUR-NKALT.. in NrewcastlC, in place of Mrs. Paine--fromn whom copies of the ADVOCATrE, anid any infoplnayionl. :concerning : A.D VERTISE MEIVTS? a'nd JOB PRJINI'ING can always belobbainedl~. Miin'ers' Advocate Ofice, TVallseind, 2nd M"arch, 1874. N OT I CE. Lambton Subscribers and Others. COPIES or the MJNRS' 41VOCA'E can aLwA*YS us OIITARN by applying to M~n. V. T. DENT, near the Chlirch of Enigland, Lnuibton. -j
LICENSED VICTUALLERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
LTCENSbD VITUALLaRS ASSOCIATION. We have bcl requested to' call attenition to ni radvertisemnent announcinlg'tllat a general meeting of tie Licusned Vituallers of the district will be held in the City Hall, Newcastle, this (wedndesday) evening, at eighlt o'clock, for tile purpose.of form ag a branch of the Associatidn in ~iTe?Newcastle dis trict.'• . . . . DEPUTATIOS TO SYDNEY. Yesterday (Tuesday), Mfr. l'ThIornasAlnwick, General Chairman of thle Miners' Assciation, and MIr. Jchn Wood,' Genefal Secretary, welnt to Sydney for the purpose of intecrviewing Mir. Faernell, Minister for Lands and Minie, ou the Ven'tilation Pill, and seeing what could be done rccspectin'it before the close oPf the pre sit sessionu.
QUEENSLAND. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
QUEEN)LAND. ...N. :Monday. The Minister for Works and Mines ha? recieved thb following official telegram from the Gold Commissioner at the Palmer: " Georgetown, April 28. Numbers are arriv ing daily, and many are leaving disappointed, The population is, say, 1200. Drays have come in from Townsvillo (Etherbridg ?), sat prices have fallen. Flour is one shilling and sixpence per pound, and meat ninepence per pound. . The people are orderly and generally healthy, and the' old hands are still doing fairley. The blacks are quiet.---HowAnD ST. hEoomI. . Palmer River, April 4.".
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF JOHN ACKLAND. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
TH:.IE DISAPPIEARANCE oh O.. Cl rrTi~l VIII. (Con,,tlcetl.) -:.'LXTP.Ti.: ?sniid'1 TonaAckln'nd, when Cart S wright had finiehed his perusal of thiR stnatement. . cll," ?'n.siwcered Cartwrl'ight, " T :also' iiieline to think it' a 'hoax.'" " I wish l1 could think so too, snid Tom; " but I have maniy snad resons to thiull more seriously of it." " 'When do yoli go cn toCharleston?'" .asked M?r. Cartwrighlt. " Defore.daybreak to-mor row". " Everbeen there before ?"' "Never " ' Then you mniust let :ine cons. nith you. . I. know somLneLthling of thatcit?; have friends the'e, Sand may.be ofse.':-ZReally, my dear sir, I could not lioskibly-thinkiof allowing you'to,sac Srifice-- •N oPP- sacrifice,. sir., Nothing I "'would do for the sakeofyour cousin, Mr. Ack laiil.l H.e was oiice verty unseful to dme, sir; vory utsefil and' vior kind. And no mian shall 'say Phil Cartwmighit ever forgot a kindiness - done him.i, I can pack up in an honi, and the :sooter we start the better. ?`"'id Mr Cartwr...
ORIGINAL. THE ROAD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
ORIGIlNAL1 ' ' ' HE ROAD QUESTION. Its all very good, " 'Sad nu Rev.yicalW ood; -Bu? your eyes are full of, dust:. - Could~you only see as others see, . o ulre sure for' to agree.. " " llh- *iY-?5??.'lionav , wipe youlteyes out clean, And I will shoniyeaonthigs . You hisvu never seent. " "o'w, ei'lo 1 stoan unto me, And you are sure.for~o agree. r S Ecleslastical eyes you know - B 3earns a.th'a:;:lorious light ; For there's nothing in them S Like dirt or dust, .·.:', . & And'their vision it is bright. '. ·iow this roaul you will know, 1Vhen I plainly show ' InAtliho manner:it was got, : £ : s.i Was for thegb'?dl of a favoured few ' On that lovely hollowied slot. :-. It wa.s got for'the god of the people tll, S At lut 'on the tti of the hill; .A.nd thelaldrmuen then - .: You could not bh?mue . For;the wro'eof collsunied skill. M i?icuel Yates was thereo S To coo'things square, " lini a broomu to clean the way; Ancd Beveridges of 'eviry sort k Toi-uke a good survey. iau "i"Ald...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
WARATAIl. :So after all, the.uipper road men have gained the victory. What a .deal of speechifying, bad temper, and blowing, might have been saved if the Heon. the Minister for Lands,, had ,only told tlio deputation that waited on him, that the road originally proclaimed would be the main road. One thing the discussion has done, it has shown that there are men in this district who are determined to look back after No. 1, and the report of:the meeting, or,'I beg pardon, of'the Conferende of Mayors, Aldermen, Clergyiyn n, and Coal Managers, given in last Saturday's 'Advocate, the only paper. I. believe that gave those who are so deeply interested in the question a chance of knowing the next day of the discussion arrived at and did not allow such an impqr. tant event to be crowded out by intelligence .that was nearly two months old, and which :. most.of the inhabitants of the mining districts had perused through other journals.' If any , 'unprejudiced.person.will carefully digest.a few...
MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
e MINERS' MEETING. - The first regular monthly meeting:of.the .nmembers of the:No. 3: Lanibton Lodge of the Miners' Association was held in Stoklcer's Hall on Friday evening last, Mr.'Walter Kerr in the chair. The Chairman said 'he was glad to see so many present, and.as there was a very large amount of. business to be transacted, he hoped that they would give it their calm con sideration. He also wished them to decide as to when the roll shruhl be called, as this was the first monthly meeting, and there was as yet no rule laid down for their guidance. SIt was thpn moved and seconded--' That for the future tile roll be called at half-past seven, and all who were not present be fined." -Carrried. It was then multually arranged that all who came to the present meeting after the''callinig of the~rolt should not be fined. The'Sedretary. then rpad over the minutes of Genefal Meeting held on thile 22nd April, which were adopted. A very warm discussion then ensued in re ference to a mbtion...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
S(2'o .tAe,Rldito,? f t Me Minera' Advocate.) .St -Tho Walleesnd Prince of Wales Cricket Club played aganst the Lambton Lilywbites on Saturday the lth day of April, 1874, wltohen the former club w- victorious, winning by five runs. The batting and bowling of Master John Walker, of the Walla. end' sidoe, ad tho' liattiig of Mr. Winteobottoji on the Lambton Irdowans worthy of'Rreutpraise. This I. the second '?ell contested matoh which ha Ibeen. pla?ied betwe#i thseo teams. l the --e.esweo wee. lout, by inserting this you will grea*ly oblm . " I Taa Gmrrrueasa ii Dors CWasd Wailsead, May 12, 1874. 3
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
(To the Editir of thie Aliers' Aduoccte) SYm,--Being a constant reader of the isner.s' Aidvocate, I can see that the district is for drawing up a .little closer.: VWell they may, I say, until every member of our union js counscious of. his position. Y'our -leader of Saturday last,, as usual, was fulfilling the title of a miner's advocate, when the philosophy of the labour was. practically inpt forth. Andl amn sure that many more like myself was thinkling of the diference between the present style of worilng and that of some few years ago. Formerly we worked half so niuch again on the shift as we do now, and after all we were worse Off. Your argument for reducing the stpply will tally well with the benefit we have received through re ducing the day's work. I find thlat another imn. proveent is on the move concerning the mode of illing. It is considered that water-level tfilling is the only fair method,-that overyv one should have anl equal chance. Now, I would say, do not start .with...
NEWCASTLE. POLICE PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, MAY 12. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M., and Mr. Shaw, J.P.) PHILLIPS V. PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
NEWCASTLEY POLICOE PROOEEDING .. . . TUESDAY, MAY ¶ I.-; - (Before Mr. Scott, P. M., and Mr. Shaw J.P.) PHILLIPS V. PHILLIPS. Thomad Phillip~ofW'allsend chliaed lhi wife with thribteni 4 to take )ias life by threatening to s'thihm ,q ith ?nlti.fd The LpladnitiF made a'lengtliy statemenit ?f' the occurrence, but constab-le Leonard being - called, wave evidence, and ihe case .vae dis j missed. - AFFILIATION. MARGARET HORN V. F. THOMPSON. This case was postponed till Thursday next, to admit ot each side bringing their wvitnesses. Thompson was admitted to bail on his own. recognances. u -:i; , DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Mrs. Maopherson, of Wallsend, bhar6ieild with this offence, was fined 20s. or seven days in gaol. The Odd-Fellow'r"Hall,. Neircastle,jwas submitted to publici aUCtion ywterday.,. (Tuesday) by Mr. W. K. Lockhead, i?:pr ohesed by Mr. Georgh Moor, eordiali manu . focturer, who was the lessee"? f'the .iowe" part of the building and premis?i,fdrl £700. 'ihe fiLvouiite steamer :(tl...