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The Law of Libel in Connection with Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 May 1874
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 May 1874
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 May 1874
.NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ! " '" ---(o)-- S....P. MU LLEN OF. TH~E ':NTWC&aSTLE CLOTH HALL,"_ 11.SBJUST R1ECE1VED A. FIRST CLASS STOC Off NE & FASHIONABL SI LENS, NTAMELY : Scotch Tweeds, at P. MU 7S N vE ASLE CLOTHI HALL. West of England Tweeds, at E. T T s. ' N?ETC~rASTLE CLOTII HALL. Blissixs Tweeds, at ). . N1FT. LEN~-T'1IVECASTL'E OLOTIHI HALL. Navy Blue, in.large variety, atP. - IE ..........•... .P. MLLEN' :WCAS'LE CLOTIT HALL. Bhie, Stockanets, in great variety, at P. MULTEN'S NEWCASTLE CLOTH HALL. Bannoek Burns, at AL i:. : . ··" .P. MUL LEN'.S NEIWCASTLECLOTH'I IHALL. Geelong Tweed,, in..?all, colours, at. A. MULLEN'S NEWCASTLE CLOTH ItALL. nice assortmenit of Silk V€estings, at P. MULLEN'S NEWCASTLE CLOTH. HALL. White Marcella, in good, patterns, at P. MULLEN'S EJI'CGASTLE CLOTH HALL -..----(O)--o.. P. i1ULLEN is ,qlad to be alle toiinfoirn the "pblc EIC' neciall that he has the BEST COA4T OtTTE'I in the colonies, iwhose dnuty is nothing but to Cut Oat Coats; ...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 May 1874
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 May 1874
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
DARK *REEK -ISTORE,: (. (Nr. THIS SAW IL"-'.) . n NOTICE TO( THIFA PUBLIC. .lp. ,' ',.Y, , ,L"LA S.- Ji? H A ;t o! cnsu i u'l iii n-fuOi'i" thi iinlinbi 't- :tat i f Lur'ik el ,ck-ad nneighbLoulrhood that. he hai Opuetdii .. ".- Tin thie Alove l'lnce,\ Where lie will u:.wnva lhnve on' h'ldl, the IEST and l CIIEAEliST STOCK &lt;, . t" GLOCERIHS, , O- Jll VE'S STQRES; AND " colonial Produce, Of anl )scr .ptions,: incluhdiug MAIZE, liHn, Bran, 'Pol?arl, 'linur," Potatoes, i" Onions, Cihcesc, Uutter, Egg', k"e. No'ZS TIIE'AtnnESS ; -D. G. WVILLIAMS, 30S Dark Creek .Stores., _ _2- -- --- ............... 7 ........ ·t-·- ·- ---i -~- ?+..? ?---?-- MACHINES.? ACH ri.l l ACHINIES W. O,_AS. EIldcr-strecet, BLambton, -Besr ; to nall the at.t.ntion of the Tn~nabitnnta of LIintun aunld t'?irnt:i:i idlt theid srreiounding dis trict:t to Ihis Vlried Skocic of Sewing IMachines. The T.itltrtl /.fner ................. ':C4 l .· . !J,h:e; .Sl tt:l ..................... ' t£4 iris. ingers ........
PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
PioMoTorrTo.-' Why.did the goneral· take you on his stnff?" was asked of a young Hussar, by an enthusiast. " Oh, 1'll telll you -because I cut-" "Throu'gh tihe ranks of the enemy, you hero I': interrupted an enthusiast (she was a lady . " Oh, dear no, nothing of the sort; it wad because I cut up a turkey so well." What is tho differono etotwben a man while cuts bE t'-he 'e~d of hi. nose and a L|oo who isa lus?t finished
WOMAN'S DEVOTION: OR THE LADY OF CASTLE RANNACH. OR THE LADY OF CASTLE RANNACH. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
woeAkif DEVOtflON: O11 TH I L'ADY O C C:STLE R 'tNN~IACiI. x IxREDLELS. rjF HIE *illage oif O-leialvon-h'k ala-a 22.,se' re to · ue one of'tie most elhan'nhng in the lnwtltis. of Scotland. Kest lilt-, under tlhe sonttlrnc s.lolpn of a bol ahlitl picttreIq'o "illt w h o so " iti tiin"t g lo w in en riy atntlllltll hitl.tlhe rich Lints of Chht itnlpe athtl\,it its fexw andi se.ictterdd..coitttgs, its" ivy-coverled -tid ittihss-grtiowt hirk; are ahnost tmnt leil bv theilo thick foli, ge of ith lireche.s Mitl pjtt.ltlrs that protect its snall "gKlli'na! pits fr-tm" the _nortlherli wuritl. A Ilouti sirettm x wlhid:l der!esultlia inart.rw ailtd ircciltitons vall.y,\ -intt hia dfit utile I i-lt ttt, ,ltw , it tn-lihes inst -ii .itit.itte t ,ith a ittleii t, reti wi tt et - ith Ii awthlitgt--?h?sliynhut-.on cerest--w-?zict 1tell clearly its oilolniuia origit. O.'1-vet. thie inoultderhiig old rhitige bIy wiviclhi it-is splttined, rlris thii-'rols >l? b which - the? village is a"-.l p'nrlc...
POETRY. THE DEATH BED. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
. tI E T.iT Y " THE .DE.LTH BE. o Death'I deal Gily with her ;, Rack iot her failing brain, • : With bitaler'thouhts of parting, Or fifer'swatstmng pain. A.i an infrnt slowly sanketh, To sicep oin theianahr's breast, Lot her pans from asworld of- troubleo 'To her sweet hornme of rest. : Long bath uhe borne.the burden :.: And heat of life'sfieiredde d Long ha.hl she prkyed, O Father ' That.I might pass away. . Andnow..O death'! dome softly, Lilie a still ihight's breathless aire ' : Unseen,, unfelt. an'dtake hlr,. To'lier deaitr atlher's 'are; To soothe her lonely pillow, : '" ; And clasp her sad thin hand,- \ * In the dimlighted ochani'er :' "' Gather, her mournful band. Wve weip aiid prssy aroundher, lBut nay'not ahid her stay, Where tlre lsihdosi'darken over her, As amist around.the dying day.. Like a ithil ear in' int?i ,.n, That be ldsa unto the rod, She is ready for the .sickle And harvesty of hi Godl.': Ad no?; O: ]eoath Il cnnome gently. In an Pngel's radicut guise, With d s'...
Municipal Council of Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
,'Muninki-l Counacil ol alkleidil IAs5dI ec??ening (Friday) a meeting oC this O'bicl oi ~ns held in H arris' n Assembly ltoonis I esenit The Mayor (J. 1 etclher, ELq:),:ii!Ahl rseuI I N'eilson, 1"arris,"Birg''l'll . JLnhing, ' ',ihardsnn, -logg, COnry, *ani :Willkr"kr : l Ir. Alnwij.kjcsted as Cotifin l Clerk/ A fter prcliminary imatters hnd been doisposed of, nl thle csnfirt:iion of tlboeiintites of last ie'esig, the election of Council Clerk was proceeded with. . STho',l?levoai stnic 'lieu hldd'' received eleven lj'plicatihiis for'thff.ofice, aid 11he woildi'end them. t o th e.,C ou !!ic ..... . .. After thli-varioiis nla]litin oils bad b'arin road, the intoneis of the different canflid(:tes: were ttated, hno the only gentlemen who-met wiih pi1indll.ik". id -seconders were Nessrs. McCrie, Al wick, andi Chaucer. On the mutilon of Ahldernman RicAneADson seec.mrded by Alderman NmtiLso6X, Ml'. TliOus. Aln?iick was then:elected 'to the ofTice of Council Clerk. I.,ECTION O1F VAtU.ATOIRS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
Itibbcrtiscrn ntttt . WxAyNTED, a SMART ACTIVE LAU. Ap lly at thia Office. . 'Teid .s A RI INVITED for tho UJLDINC ofaB1IICK ]HOUSJE, wit l ,i'tJ Itoonms, in Wallsend. Tenders to be -uculi c . or foro the (G'Tr of JIuINi next. Plain and up n fica tii to Ilu aeen i with Mi'. CHARLES nL.tS I, Wanllsend. 243 To the IalteIa'yeirs olfile ISoroligh of "9'alIIsend. N" OTIC' E is herceby give.. that Messrs. (i. lUX . 'ION r indl V: a CIAIALTOY l;ivre beccn A I' 'POINTEDJI by llhe Council of t1h Jiuoro?,gh uf WV'alls end VALUERS OF ALL iA'Y ABL.\ 'i I'IOPEI I'VTY willin the aboveu IUrb'gh. rthd unrrent year, and for tlh purplose of )ain ?t ich valuatiuon they have authortv by law, I'lh 'bty4ilobe hourl. of the day timu, to cnter int.t/ ji 1'al l ratceialo lproperty, :Ind to put to ab3y I?(,', lAi cilupl in elhargu &lt;ir ou cupation of LanyD tbUlmie iroIpcrty, qtucationos u1pon all such nattcr s oiAy beI nuecasisry for th 'lopmporse of asertain, g the p]articulars requirld. Any owrne...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION.—COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
(FIO.M oUflt VUIIIOLS CORiLEPrOgDENTS.) ItAILWVAY AUCCOMMU DATION.-COIMMITTrIi *. ^UETING. ON Tuesdainy evenin, 10th M:iy, a coillinlittee Illnutilng was held in the Coniicil ChUilait ers, Laulbton, for tlih 'ilprpuse fl' getting a lans sengur train to run tb.JLambintun cn Saturday nigllts, and all I )Uneriihl~u prnoclanied holi days. Mr. Cla.h.s. H-iirpl'er ieculncied thu clnir. Mr. T'los. 'Abel, ,ecrectit.i ' Present M11ussrs.. hlaLthw T'lrhEitlon, Alex. Giuil'iion, 'Trmos. U" sher, Willim'"-Goilodliew, Michinol Tntis, Thlios. AlulCders. T'll Chl;i nain caillcrld pon Mr. Yntes to ivei' tlie report of liis interview' withlv'Mir. Sntiherland (lMitister .for Works) and Mir. Rac (Conitnissioiior far tiail ways). 'Mr. Ynltes stated' that he lhad wnai.ed upon Air. Suttierlantl, imltrodlc3dl ly Mir. Uannlcl, Ill)'er° for LthIe coIuntLy, d i)ointCed ult tile ilrgeiCt IInecessity ioi liaving a passengll .r train to Laiintlloii. :lic lioni. gellLntiiiai said llnat it: lind benii brongliLt u...
OUR MAGISTRATES AND THE SONS OF TEMPERANCE. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
OUlr MAGI,1TRATEliiAND TIfE SONSJ' OF .TEMPERASOE. (7o tuheEdiator of the ATlners' Ad:ocale.) Stm,rl-i a recnit isaeC of your contenporanry, uinder the hcading"of "'Police Court NCwV," I flud that during a discussion nas to renewing" the license of a public-hoitue at?etilmlambton, 1ri. Hunell is. reported to ihanre said " -l onc knoew two Seons of Tcmperanre w lho were drinking iun mt1 hotel, wllell n 1'orthv I'atrnrich came ia, rnd tlie other mclnbers of the Order immediatelydodged out, onescramblnhig undlcrncal th the nble."' '?Presuming tlhantIMr. Inllmll lhai3 ben corrctd.ly reported, and t hat. the facts stated arc tfue, what coulld his motihe have been in rcfei ring to the circumfall:ce '?nll ? for really it lhadl nothing to dowith the case. Surely, as nmangistrate, and also "I.P. for the county, 'hle has never taken nadvantagec of his position to slander the Sons; yet, whit.olso can I call.it ? I have heard that; there is honour among thieycb. TVYII3; Mr. Editor, if I we~lc a...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
NE1V LAMBTON. I AM very hnppy to inforn·i you that the'pite have worked well during the week. On Saturday last, at Griffith's Flat, tho Noew Lambton Oricket Club colntested the abilities of the Lillywhites (Old Lambton) at cricket,/~ie ? ic lu'rn clurlb .ae of, victoriuous; 1The bwiii;~ of .F. FPilby and 13rulow was vdiy 'nc'ih cladured. The following will show thliat the battcingi on 0 thili sidcs was very poor A W1 LAMffITON CLUll. . 3. Key 1w Ribbordc................ 1 . OCmptoen, a anll b F.'Filby ............. 6 i. Burt, e aand Hibberd C... .. O 's . Ba. rlow, b Hibberd..--..................... 3 . WlnVhittaker, c and b F Filby ......u... 4 ",-Lee, b I. ily ..... .................. O - WV. Hinton, b Hibberd ..... ........... O J. Young, a ~'interbottoum b, F. Filhy... 7 J. Williams, not out ....................... 6 . ..Ga?braithL. lull out ...:.;............. 4 " A. IIiuthinsln, e and b .:P Filby.......b O0 S .. Byes ............................. .. . LILLYWIIITES. V.: .Tohist...
COAL FIELDS AMENDMENT BILL. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
COAL FIELDS AMllEDNIMENT BI LL (To the Editor of the Affisera icl dt) . l S.-As you taklo a grat' intzi it oti in'allo?'oir mibing affair.s, perhap, you wotihtl'hlldi m if ',ainall space in your valuablo colniuin'to ,i` "ily 1'ugges io-n asto what ought to be dona in i he prosont case of the Coal Fields Regulation Bill; ithiolh;"I aM informed is labout to come beforo tluo Legislutulo before the close of its piesofit eastionW. ."Voin nill Pea that the Imembers ar w\orn 'ait' mid. tired.of everySthintg, thiough th length of he sesilsion, rind can therefore scarcely be expocted to take inn in" terest in our bill. As it is well-known t hat dli Bitairs arebat innlifferently understorod'by the memr bers of either House, andl, mlorcov~er, ther fact f:rto many of both nmembers and. ministers yhailg in 're.ted in the proprilotory sidet of the qucaetion, makes me, considering the aInteness of the ssesioni, Bdtt he mioodthat thu membiIer.s? tr ini, dreads it (the Bill). Fate; hoirvVer, as it i...
BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
BUJRWOOD. THERe is a certaiii class of individals in this district, who seem eithci to have entirely for gotteln, or never lknlown the conunandruent, ' Ilenlenuber the Sabbath daliy, to keep it holy," if the protfanation of tlhat day, by them is to be any critrion. The manner in which the Sabbath is desecrated is clearly discernible even to a casual observer. Occasionally there is a little of whait, is terned " gafting" carried on, it-was noticed one day, not a'great while back, at a distfIuce of about two huntdred yards from a chapel door, where divine service was bting held a·t the time. Another favo~nrite way ofl' spendiiiLg the Sundaly, with some of them; is by dritiking.. After about nine inl the oIlloling they can be seen making their way by ones and twos, to the public house, there to spend the greater part of their day, in surfeiting tlhemnselves with drink, and using language of the most filthy description, in stead of remanining at homne and showing their children that the...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
(To the ZEditor of ther JMiners' .Adrocate) Sin,-From thu contiinual prattle which appears in issue after issue of your paper coneorning Laher's case, and thle proving and disproving of contending parties, we might aliopst conclude that an action was going to take place, of such stupon does social magnitude and importance, that justico could never reach it. Now, would it not hlnvs boon more preferable, .both for your correspond n' a d others, to have left this case in abeyance until it haldrceived tho attention of thi district, as was settled on at the last geoleral mncting ? But sure at that meeting a deal of. acrimonioush language was used, until Longssorth cntored. and made a state ment, which completely exonerated him ifrom .all complicity or blame, na was acknoowledged froum ia 1 Iarts of the imeetinii. Tlhe blame thou attached to the manager, Mr. Swinburn, in that he promised laher hoe uhuld go on the coal. lut whether Ilaher had got a definite answei: that ho migniht start on...
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
SN IAMILTON. O? .Tuesday evening a deputation of the Bore iole iiii?etl Meossrs. M?orecwether and Win ship for the purpose of arranging, locally, if possible, the prices to bd paid for' deficient •narrow plaees, so'that they miaybe ballotted for among tliose men out of places; instiad'of the presclit system of strangers doing a short lagging. bifore getting a hbllot ini by working in th6so places for .two or three months for a more -.pittance. - Thed meeting was ralher a' btlonly ono, Mr. (erewether contending that it.: was a demand'or ali advance on the'pre senlt a'greement. l'hedeputation, on the other hand, contended that ~tras?sp t,i.?d atidithat those places did not come uild~er the agrcemenit, inasmuch as they were special' places at the time the agreement was entered inito Tbhe conference ended without coming to any satisfactory conclusion, in cnnsequpnce of which.the General Secretary has wl to Mr. Merewivethler sking a conference in accorld alice with .agreement, to be held...