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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

y, TANTFED, iimmiuedialy -n.i RVANT. Apply -1+ to Mrs·. C!. J. 31000l., Ji1anso, l·Urookstown, W\;tll)em, . . l (to will be holdl oin -ANNIIrER I AY DX1)., Jani. Litl In I. ~\. Afouov, Eso.'s .1 ,.v\·rprul. GCIL-ss l'.ouwx sitanted ?:onr thie Oldl Trumnel, whoim ,hjjorti of all k1mi?n1. will bc provided for the OJemIU Olls . --. . A SplonIid IIIiASa IXANID will be in attcndanuce' l1or lurthlur lutllivlmls rt I'closter;. t1AT'lT?E'1 TI-tO, INTON, 5.'t ltiners' Secretary. Boes yg byd'c lrZ I~ilati Gynsrap~g A LL tliot- ovao iutaiuigegcl hi (;IET't'ING~ AN 'I·ilirilsiii\y Sthi jijatazit, art pJl.~ ii'. in Mr. S1OIIll'z4 'Iznlltonl, lit .Tivzmary,, 1 d7l. O(S. Northuz~rlnber1n i-Jroiticatdtral~ ooie~ty, ARAI~BV~B Yf· SAY, ~Q1TOP i Jalsii~ii{·l0 LB thianhia (IV I'F'' GlotnTic.27h,1 872$a.rh. S'~lEr ~ihova Yru~v "id tlol llg thi Val1Yosi~lf liuizag .Ltiiiul:hi td anlthucci' oln 1t'ahio(ol~,i to~ tajn .ilhli~ilo~, 1111(1 lt'7h iia !: aiiiai 00 l Bhni cl 110ll hle~b~l JAiL· t,.b111 %WrilOU ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MINERS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

Iii INERS MEETING. Thlle qutartcerl meeltin of No.-3 Lodge of thle Lnams ton brisicli of thie tianers' Ulison, wa. hild jin IMr. Stol:er's HIall on Tuesday evening, 3Oth instant. iMr. ?Vm. D)ussn in tile chair. TIhle anlsutcs of last meeting wore racnd and con firmend. lThe secretary MIr. W. F. Dent, then submitted thla llance sheet; for the last quarter, from which it sipielsr'ed that, thi toall income (o the ldifferenti funstlls wass -l1(00 (iH. 8i., and thie expendiLure £ 2l. 2s. Cd., leaving a balslulla ill the hanllds of tr'eaurtlr of £?1i: (s. Id. OUt tle ottiilll o( f air. 1ss . )n us tle balnleL PhootI wees UassissilmlOuilyv sdoplstel, whiio Ialso ctlogized tlia CseIL'etary for tI1e ?niss aiId correct Illitlllaer ill wVhich tIllhe a:cuclnts s 1'Si kept. lThe leeting tlhea Ilr'octded to !cet, ofnircers for CssllSisIgqinllll'(!l :--clratarly,1 \.,. . [el{; I tIr..suslsell 1,* EIli sshadwick; ds:legatle, .lnusses M'\'Willlsins; Clsn 5tn c.ttee, Edsvsars;l losses. ollh . Siheid,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LABOUR AND WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

LABOUR .AND WAGES. AT, a mneting of miners, on Monday night, at Darlaston, Mr. H-lalliday, president of the National Association of Mlinors, said tlhat the coalownors'of South WVales wore trying to introduce thie discharge-noto system in their collieries; Minors' Executive C6uoicil had resolved to resist its introduction, and he was sure tlhe conforcnce at Bristol would con firm their decision. The masters of South Staffordshire had attempted to introduce the system in theomines roegulations; but they had aband~nedtheo attempt, and a collision had there?yboon avoided. Mr. J. A. Bi~isell Q.O., sat as an arbitriitor on Saturday'hirtlib dispute consequent upon a claim made for an advance of the wages of the men employed by lMessrs. Hothringloin and Sons, machine and tool makers, nlanches tor. After hearing the respective parties he decided that the men had boon paid 8d. per man per weeok less than the rates paid in other shops.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE WAGES IN THE NORTHERN IRON TRADE: THE ARBITRATOR'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

TIrH WAGES IN TI-HE NORlTHERN IRON TRADE: TIHE ARBITRA TOR'S DECISION. (FroPM ORTi OF ENOLAND AD1TIRTISEi, OCT. r13.) Ox Monday the deucision of ?Ir. IKettLlo in the wages question in the North of England iron trade was rcceiPdd at the offices of the Arbi tration Board at Darlington. Mr. Kettlo takes anll opportunity, in a docnument of some length, to review the con dition of the iron trade and the basis of pre vious settlements of wages. The ironmnasters of the North of England and Staffordshire had resolved to ask for a reduction of wages, Mr. Kettle states, upon tlhe ground that owing to.the high rate of coals and pig iron they were unable to sell iron with a profit; that thle rise of wages in the finished iron trade had been greater than in any nanlogeus in dustries, excepting the coal trade; that coal owners to reduce coal, and so bring iron down to a price that will induce purchasers to deal. IMr. Kettle proceeds to argueno that, in the pro sent as the past, the ironmnasters m...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE COAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

THE COAL QUESTION.*' TuI Conferelnce of the Amalgamatedi "As socintori of"' Mine:s :at Bristol Icrminnated on WVedncday, after dispocing of some mis cellaneous business. A Conlference of miners' delegan!tes, held in Glasgow on WVednoes-ldy, apl iioved .f a suggestion that Mlr. M\acedonald should tri?e to Lord Shlafteslury r. ipdiating, on the portL of the Scotch-miners, n accusation, made on the authority of a leading mine owner, that pitmen are addicted to gambling, dog-fighting, and drilking. There are two aInrge colliery compianries in the county of )nrhamn at present in the market for sale. It is likely thalt both the establish meonts referred to will shortly change hands. Men with capital to spare are rushing into the coal trade in every direction. There -are from fifty to sixty new mines hbeing opened out in the North of England, and many of the old concerns are being extended. In the course of two or three years the output of coal in Northumberland and Durham will be very lar...

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ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 January 1874

AnnTliiATION.-ThO awards in Cooper v The Silkrstone Fall Colliery. Company, Limited, and The Silkstono, Fall Colliery Company, Limitod,.v . Cooper, which., wor, actions between MIr. Reubon Coopor, of .the Ardwiclc. Sttion coal depSt, and tho Silkstone Fall Colliery Company,' Limited, .ini'rospect ( f.broach of .contract for delivery of coadi"(and whicl'i"wer enterod for trial at thel last York asdizes and were thoro referred ito Mr. John Compton Lawrence, barristor-nt-law, to be arbitrated upon), have boon published. In the first action, the arbitrator finds damagos against the Company to thoe extont of EI,1-88 17s. Gd., together with all the costs of the reference and of the award ;'and in the cross naction tho.e arbitrator finds that the plaintifts, had no canus of action against tho defendant, ar.nda'tha..lcy are not ontitloedt'rooovor any tliing in tlioi ..:.' and he alsoddircots tho plaintiffs in that-noain to pay al tiLe 'costs of the roferonoo and of to-a?,,. ,-, -..

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

AMALGAMA-TED ASSOCIATION OR / 1INER •S. (From Ithe Colliery Guardian.) TEiiexecutive coniittee of the above Asso ciation held a private sitting at the oflices in Manchester on Wednesdaiy. Mr. Thomas Ilalliday the president occuplying the chair. TtlO DIseCIimno NorTe S .TE:r is. SourT WALEs.-- lt is more than probable tl'rat"the discharge note system recently adopted bythe South WVales Colliery proprietors wvill bie most vigorously opposed by the nini'ers as a body. T hocominittee passed a resolution to the effect that they consildered the discharge note systeri, in South Wales is already working mischief, "therefore they recommenicded to tihe forthcoin ing conferonceat lBristol "this miiost greviouas .question," for "iserious consideraution.. -Itifthu meantime the comnmittee is takingl 'ry deciddd dctioan with reiorrd to the ln tter, nand the follovwing, resolution lwas also gassedl, "That several cases having been brought before this excetv o,.whlire imen have been dischargeu in .....

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AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF MINERS. ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN BRISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

AMALG AMATED i lrAS: OliATION :OF1 4iMIN~ltb'A -;" - AN'iUA I, CONFERENCEIN BRISTOL. " (From tl Ce tcbriacn, BSwaeeaOct. 1873.) TH T annual conlference of: the o'Amilganiated Asso.iati'on of Mines commenced on Tucsday,; itt'he i'Atherntn, Corn-street, Br'istol.. .:The, ;sitiiihg was held in the lectu'e-hall, And there were about 250 delegates present; . Mr. ThomnnssHalliday, presidcnt of the association, occupied the chair. Tihe President commenced the proceedings. by reading the resolution passed at the .lanst imeeting, held at Neivport, authorising the hohling of tlhis year's couference at Blistol, andl tlher in opening the conference, said they would permit himi,. to say that hIe was very glad to micet so iany there that morning. They were met there so discuss various ques tions and transact bi.isiness connected with the ruining population. They were all of -tlihnem directly conuect ced with the Irining districts e veryone of Athem either had been miners or were miners now; they ...

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CRITICISMS ON THE EISTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

CRITlCISMS ON THl E EISTEDDFOlD. (Fromn the Carrinabvoi and De, digh IIerald.) • oB.on.i a & tiune '-nd tlat n6t: lhi 'n6g ago either,1 it wast thli fahsliii: of thn" Engli'shn 1'rems to deride the Eiitteiidfold, lid to scowl at Weluh ?nationa!ity as soiiething rabid iand dangerosii. "3it thde rveertdle".instittion. had in,'uflicienit i:italit'n?ind :i?trive 'vigupiur to outlive jeloiius sniers. 2The tiu e has come when the Eisteddfod hlas 'beowinitl; success iatroduced into the istrpwolis 'fo~ Le king donn, and brgansof the I ress that 1v'ere pro n iinent in ridicnlind g and .coridelinnlnilIl?lav veered round add beconie adnii-Cirs and stead fast friends of the aitional Iunn'ei'nent. Had theecase be.n' othei'wise, the Eistcddft;id would not have, languished, but in its inadigecnous soil hiave:struck on itskrootsoand ,taken still deeper "hold. Now the.cencisrs of the Press· have ceased their sboorois and maIjestic\bay ing, the welping curb.fiid tlbeir day, ihas ehmue, and th...

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A [?]YMN FOR CHRISTMAS MORN. [DEDICATED TO THE SABBATH SCHOLARS OF THE DISTRICT, BY W. T. D., LAMBTON.] (Sung to the tune of the Anniversary Hymn sung at present in many of the schools.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

I YMN FOR CHRISTMAS MORN. D/CATED TO TIB S~B'?InATHn S~iO?rAIs OF TIEl " Dxwra-r, Y. ~V.-r. D.,- L meroS.:]J---.... ( , .,to the tune of the Annivdrsary Hymin sung I ?at present in many of the sohools.) i This happy day has cone again S And w. must rise and si, ,. SAnd celebratc.with joyful strain - '' The birthday of our KinU. CsoLus---Ve come,'we come, our anthem sining, " •Ve conime our Lord to praise. )# This is the morn the Babe was born, S- In Bethlehem, they say, : Was on the wings of Angels. hourne S To take our slns a?:way. ~t~ liova-~fe come &bc.1, Then let this Birth, through all the eartli "?, With hallowed praise mhe sung, ' And all its worth, in.praise sing forth, . 3..]3y. voices old and young. oClostvs-We come, & . Till on that day, wheln slihaill sway. H. Iis sceptre.o'er the laund?"€-. ' '-: " Then we will.sing,Lthro.gh endlcss day, SUuited, baud isnhanw.· ! COtus?vrWe come, &e.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

XVANTE a FEM1 T I ENEIIAL sfMR ' VANT. I. J tIER?SON, Neilson strcot, Wall.ondl . 75 W ,ANTED, a N . i-WoM~u C TTAG " . V A1'iily at this Frian. WTA .' 3, a Nowca a Correspondeoiet and OVV av ' r for this a nal. ADply by lcttor to thle oh A% ice rQb BUSi131EN, AN TJIHERS.-TENDERS .I. wil be i£ooive ntil l(?R)AY, the lriru ]NSTar"r, fI r C -.ATNG of a ACRIE of LAND at I'1attub r'' r < rpnrtiuolars a to JAN E8 F ~' CUE11. 131irg, 8th Janudry, 1874 - 84 c( Notice. A 0n3OTING orTRESPASSING in. y-of l ny PRAdocks, knownl as PLATT'S EST , at Inroairk fill. will l,o Phoscuted accor ? to law, without ro~eput ti porsolo. Xu~ni.ayP. FLEMING. Jati,'gy 7th, 1874. ii7 Notice. .IC ~ ~ eht I chnebos hTl:'NL8ISHOONoRB-1 CAnTI N OHUR1OTI, n' collnmousc~l aciL)sawar , inste:ul of htlf-lmnit 6. v ij' to tr?'lr having lauotutO 61cllcO thel allowed thi Wei~k diwaiouf:&a to .oaioenco their se.rvicow Jt Io |ittr huMn, ? . t' W · . \'f. 1UMPHBIR , HIon. Sc. Challeii2 ·~ : · I \o. ior LOO...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

TO COlRRiSPONDBNTN. -rn auspondents ar? roquestod to adhore to the following saggestions to uInuro insertion : To write osly ou one side of the paper, to ,' write in clear aud.distict character, iurAJd to .: avoid 1al ucnrriliUty or ooeusiva permouslity. "ach writer rill be required to forward hiuor . her name, not n.comarily for publication, but Sas a gaarantee ot good faith.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

• '.'. ' , .!{:?V'dnosi?ny Thu Trmi n un.; Onmi ssioni rjs nLo.i vbsnollo s oplprol.nih~isl Inatto iti tt C-ail, byah 3grceLiIgI t Ssolsiduls: fprwic s oi whit . )piovo. vof ~'y h1' Go \r11vuanuwI ain, s l in"ia law'" ,'" It is cpo l t?ailu s.|? u, os III hu vl:hdily ofr unili:hqsis aci. lhmbsiy lag ilanrdi :undor,- t)o: uino'rul lonse claieuses: tflho'isndLAot.W :ne bis hdiU L tyN~' · '3 l pr! n ;····" Ih b"lrino )nh selhriIa " PIo Ipm.W ir: 10tomb'-illhas:bou eatmlh'd, ramed uid, a ,w'atirg Ml. ,8iuuo.? omo hat.atndw atch, Hle gira,1his Intoo, ans Johnu lJl-aawthoriogne d 29ed , acud codfosusso b ll:~lc Uwu 'tio stabbwgig,,.. so:.-.:I,.-, :. ? ,I.EI?,BOUllNENEt))'!:,, ^ I?,t' .". . . S turday T,. T .irto a i rdlitf oor ty .;,i Mofbou'ne and: subct?is, conti:nuoe to be h|igh. T. ',mjority of 'the tdeaths hva be?ot .,amoIng .cjI.dran, This conrition of the,putbli' houlth :'is as?ribe to tLo eaieossu?'ilab t of leo twoether. Yestorday, the coal-whiplfra on board the Cathoriea Jao aud...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. ubia ibei 1 failiong tb' rooeive their eopies will :; 'oblige aus by makiug application at the oMco, 0o?or to any of ear Ageats, whose names are . notifod on page 4.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. CABLE MESSAGES. 2nd January, 10.23 p.m. [London, via Singapore.] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

EAyno. -T.i syxji5 1A1YIxwJ 2m1n 4(nuamry, 1.O,2S p an [T.ondon, y Spgnnore.] g ·Thao roveuem a( y1\ vcited froy toae4r amou:rw ~i t~o catrzuTsGr faIw 4 ni3aif of. thoi Exchqm e . in It ('. u nIGth' i (S 9 4ho oPid v0so Qp~1~ t4'se it Maoro has hbow

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

NOTICE TO OUR CONSTITUENTS. TN OONSEQUENGE e the many COMPLAINTS -.. that have been made re)pecbing the NON. DELIVERY of the "ADVOCATE," we beg to usesoee that we have appoluted SMR. ROBERT TODD AOM3T AND COLLUT?OT for the hbele disttict. Ho ic empowered to receive all monias due, aid his recoipt will bo a .ucient discharge. AwN " rir ' I ,, ---c ,i ZORTIUMBERLAND RECO-DR. - SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1874.

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NEWCASTLE ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

NEiWC \STb 13 ANNUATL IACE~S. A ht: '~va of. the Noowcet1lo Jookev OChib was hoIld ol 'T'eIsd.y o\-olih!g nt tho L ,lShip kh-, Mr. Fnrthinlg tho Seo ln?rvy;.led p loeitel ho hIad ieceicl d s 'l' s-l ri r.i Wch\s datod Muloosrno, Dec, i1, yesiyrdcng 'tho almceo of Prlc'shlent, ] wnlsiclh Io has Iholl for someo yenrs.--Mr. F. 0. Slhaw was thoen alcoted presidcnt in his place. 'ITh r(olui.islg were anllnsouced to be the rweiglts for ths handislicas:- - Kelvessrom'L JOCKEBY OI1U1 R~nggyp OQM!hbli 'V hi ..r : : :: :: "wcAsTL1 3 .x .u.D' A.. . ... ' M7 8 St. IfclfcA- .... ... 7 0 :. 1'ljxcol or ... ;.. 7 . - Toumny lIodd . . ... . 7 0 ~luldly 3v~mla ., u .tu f. .10, ,]Etnclnygl. ;. -. **; 6 8 * 1ltqvo ~. Go Ilaruo " . . . :l??efoot '... ... .. 5. 7 Cfmiv,~rW ... ni~ ' 0? ..1 ??0 C e.:. l'? 'ry.Lguu-k : o, . .. . 7K 6 . ]'lutus ... ... . O7 Sitnuliopng . E" ?,leavour, ' ., . . t ? ut • ?I':il,?To l;s;h aico?" ;.:" : ".7." ....... .'. 6 4 . . ..a ...a , . . . r , , " Ve, .... 7 4 Debl~ ?rai...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE A. A. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

T"iUN. A..-COMPAUT. ?w the Sydney Jlerning herald of list clt., re noticed an article by their special corre "pondent onV the Australian Agricultural C ompany's Golliery s N'ewcastle. We are a?t all times ple ed to see the capAbilitioes of •hs Newcastl Ecollieries set forth to the world, he we belieoe they only roequire to be better oown whonithie whole of the trade for the Eastern markets would: be iupplied by this district. We .bh love, so far, quite agree vlth the art ~?.*erred to. But there is ;another portion referring to the earnings of the miners employed ht that colliery to which we must take'exception, vis., that the average earnings are 14u. per day for eight hours work. No one yould be better pleased than purselves to ee the miners earning thewagees here stated, 'bilieving that the dangerous and -aborious nature of the work entitles themi to bat sum at least. But we are in a position to prove, by" facts an'dflgures, that the avecrage earnings are ovei-estimated 'y at .eas...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

N''~ q"lu Ii up hue fot o'o ('ltld ou rt ti-o (uosvrf'l C Iottfntoitm iontaW' wi,,o, tliuttha thri 010 n1o mo1t wola iroatill toroiblod hyf thibm, nid ahoo.I1:, in QVIr' t?hln? l,: Wo~1 lo oio. llc to rayior to ygc'novei bvat~tuhen Vl1o dual toatoro nv, thi wh i ll , miiu lo il,,tttrrao.of" strif di?a ouaC, tliay' h'lur tli inc.;. ttIIOff2, f?,d V19 ny , rthl L : Of?/ihblb o five u~nfi fornto tiii o, 'th l b~toito icu .t~wQ ft m:onto 11|oll too t, h!h nrl/di ake thle ihlidy of lloor ,'O lf 1so o r" ?h io ol Aiot h .e 1a uttOten ion 6f - , '%h hun mu.h Inrahamelne why don t'6 die, or eooome invisible? 14' o nont$ Ioibz t ofe qiu If P'qu to Ih nysthingi now, loor "Observer" is all of a trcbible a Ooes the ii- lion in your very shafdowv. Take wings and go, ye troulblern of 'theo n -?-= It is welI known to tie niost of peoplein Wailend that a few weleks ago the Co ngaC: tiotnali'S.tSbbath Sc'hool nvCmimrsary" was coleiratod, and that the ltov. J. imngram, of Hiintony'.wna invited toi 1i...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE STRIKE IN THE IRON TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

TiEn BTnRIK TiB I I Tl RO TrADE. Wa notice by our contemporay the Evuiing News that a strike has .takenl place between the Sydney employera and their workmen in the iron trade. It has 4,een customary wheni disputes arose between'capital and labour to throw the whole onus upon the sholuldrs of the latter, but we think in this cease it is so apparent who is the aggreasing party that tile employer and not the employed must be held responsible for all the consequences, that will necessarily arise from what appears at present to be a protracted strnggle. Without going into all the details of the case, we may men tion a few facts, to show how matters stand. In October last the iron trade gave their employers notiee that they intended that'8 hours should constitute a day's work, and over time to be paid for on a eertain scale, and aio fixing thIe hour of starting and leaving off. I To these terms the employers agreed, and thus thing. went orin quietly until tlhe begining of' the year, when...

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