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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
i NEWCASTLE SHIPPINO. VESELS LOADING AND; rO LOAD. aeen of the Ate, ship, 757, I1ontgtiCtnery / . ritish ?,'vereigo, ship;1298 lnziille-; tdlolad 'nvil` SCreek _ni, . o Snowdon, ship~.656, Riehardson, to load WValleend B"lt.n heutiful Star, abip, 646, Bilton: ,to ioad Co.o operative lengarry, ship, 1796, Millard; to load Vallsendi ,-ch Katrine, abip, 1200, Burton.; to load WaVlls "Snd orhnm Castle, 698, Carey ; to load Lambton onkeof Edinburgh, barque 470, Saimpson; to load Co-operative Ihautton Audley, ship, 998, Pichard-p* to load Walls Send r. Son Ricardo, barque, 276, Hsrison .le of the South. ship 821, Le Coutie, ;to load SVallsend anopius, harque, 765, Rogers; to load Lambton Silawar, barque, 1180, Trenbath; to' lad Walls.. end - :edor, barque,rn 357,7 Petrie; to load Iew Lamb Ston .: : . izzie H., American barque, 8600, Babson;,to load Lambton 'ddin~ton, barqune, 1206, Sargent ;.to load Wall bcron, ship, William? : to loa4 Vallsend -a Forth, shi, 1189, WVoodward ; to load iaI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ! --(a) P. MULLEN O1 T1E "N3WO'A.STL'E CLOTH H.A.LL," IfA~- ,USTRIIECEl'ED . A FIRST CLASS STOCK 01 NEW & FASHIONABLE WO LLENS, Scotch Tweeds, at JY~~UgL West of England Tweeds, at P. MJt N?'S NE-T ASTLE CLOI .IIALL. Bliisup Tweeds, at I" . AULLEN'S NEJ I tASLE CLOTI[ ITALL. Navy Blue, in large variety, at .. .MULLEN'aS N .FVGA STLE T LOIf HtALL Blue Stockanets, in great variety, at SP. M4ULLEN'S A'.C..ASTLE CLGOl HAi.l Bannock B xrniS, at , " .". -- - "' . . ' . Bannck BrnsP. MULLEN'S NE WCASI'LL cLOH INHALL Geelong Tweed, in all colours,' at 'P. MULLEN'S NEVCASTLE C'LOT HiALL. A nice assortment of Silk Vestings, at P. 3IULLEN'S NEr-CASTLE CLOT .IHAILL. White Maircella, in good patterns, at P. M/ULLEN'S NETFOAS'TLI C LOlIT hAL?L P. MULLEN is flahd to be able to i,,for'm the public f/eneia/gl that he ha. • the" B SI. COAT CUTTI'ER in thecoloniks. who.e dati is nothing but to Cat Oat Coats; and he has also a TROUUSERS and ,EST CGUT77JEJ, who attends to th...
Deficient Headings at the A. A. Company's Colliery. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
)eflclent HIeandings at the A. A. I . Conspany's Colliery. > a considerable time past, great com ants have been made by the A. A. ' mpany's miners at being compelled to 'ive deficient headings at the prices i'id for ordinary headings. Before enter ?g into the details of the case, we might lention, for tile information of our readers lo are not acquainted with the clstoliis of al-getting, that in certain descriptions of > rk a price per lineal yard is paid in addi i n to the hewing price .for getting the ial. For instance, eight yards wide is :ken as the minimum injlbords_'ot..atall), °d the uiiner is paid at a fixed raife per .!rd for driving bords at a less width, and i*e same rule holds good with regard to Siving heiadingn, vii., so much per lineal rd in 'addtion to the hewing price of "al. But theseprices vary; not'only as 'gards the width, but also as to the defi meay of the work. In every colliery there e both headins? and bords so much defi ant that the miners working in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
RF NOTICE . :'o our Constituents in the Mining Townships. iF-YE have much pleasure in announcing to our firiends in the district goene lly-that we have appointed F MR. Wv. T. DENT, OF LAMWBTON, o the Oflice of REPO~IER anrid CAN4 SASSER, and, wp trust to thus be in a 5sition tO IEPORT MORE ACCUATiELY all j.iiners' Meetings, and also secure 'tlhe ery ~r?TEST NEWS Of the Districti before going b Press. M:?R. DENT will also superintend the :liliver-y of the ADVOCA TI, and tlirougli m we hope all complaints abbout' non. ceipt of the Papero;.wIl be avoided. SHe is alsoaempowered to.REO?rv? oRDER?? r Job Printing and Advertisements, and:to llect all Monies Due to'the'Adj'ocate, and s receipt will be a suflicient discharge. SJ. M. SWEET, S Pro. Proprietors. MJiners' Advocate Office, S Wallsend; May 18, 1874. SORTHUJ3fBERLAND RECORDER.- - SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1874.
AMUSEMENTS FOR QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
A~MUSE?E,?TS FO?L QUEE)~S $11tTIIUAY. The amusements iprovided for pleusure seekers on Queen's lirthday are pretty varied, bnu all that we know of in the mining townlships is the graind plcllic under the aus~ties of thC Magnet Toent, No. 4, Jndc pedent Order of Rechabile.a, to take place in Mr. Moody's Ipaddock, TVaratnh. At ten o'clock the members of the Order and others will f.rm in prd cession at Lambton and march to the ground, where an excellent programme of sports, in the srape of ioot-racing, dancing, &c., will take plnc, while to heeep everyone happy, the splendid Lambtonl Ama. teur Brass Band will diffuse sweet straitns tlhroughout the day.-At Neowcastle. bIesides the raice, the l'ro tcstant Alliance Friendly Society of Anstrnlasin, intend celebrating their sec.nd ul nniversary by n variety of sports and ntmuscemllts, anlld as will be seen by an advertisement in another column, a really flrst-elnres programne in promaised, in nddition to which agrand fancy show of b...
SERIOUS ACCIDENT IN WALLSEND PIT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
BS2IOUs ACCIDEINT IN WALLSEiND DiT. On Thursday last a miner named Johla Hughes, while working ii his bord in the Walisend pit, met with n gerious accidcret. It appears that while Hughes was engaged in filling his skp, a fall of coal came down, striking him on the back and shoulders and knocking him violelntly to thie ground. He received very severe bruises to his facie, breast, isind thighs, and. his shoulder b:adewtas badly fracturedtl, which in a very rare thing, we are informed. L)rs. Schrader and Clark were immediately in attendance, applied bandages to reduce the fracture, and used what rermedies were thougnhttadvisable to relieve the poor fellow's injuries, but he isi now lying in a very precarious condition having also redeioved a severe shock to his nervous systemn.- On the sameli day s naccident happened to a miller iamced John Dy)r:s. After leavinig his work and while carrying his pick aon his shoulder, out of tle tulnlel, he stumbled, and fell on the lpick, which ran int...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
PJRESYTRIIUAN CUIUIII,_ 1ALLHEND Jy reference to.'oir radcl?eCising'coltinmin i li~ bOc seen that anniverbuir?y seimonao in oaminetiobi witih this church 'ill;b prcaclforl, m'ol niig nind ,'verning;, -by the ev. Dr.iZ'?ibbtfoof Syde.y.I-1tiil1 also :i seen that Dr. 'Gibul n isa .nnnounctd to deliver a lecture in the Presby'e iann Church, this (Satur day)) evening, oix " TChe prIinciples o Oi'-geiasm;" tand alsao on Monday evening, oih "The 1eligiou? M1ovements cf the present day."
WAGES OF RAILWAY EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
WAGH OF RATXWAIY 1nr 1 Ox The Sydney corrcspondintof tli A fettndAit fercurf n3ays:--Vith regard to f~e;.iie petition fro?n thl emnploycis on th- N.::YRItiilway, :cspfblingfi:irrcgt.• larity in receiving Tthiir Wages,, the 7d1,sttotr.lor, Works has direct ta' fitifoirmation i be slplied tol him showing thhdateson.whiclh,.duiin- the pro sent year, tlihenmoey litafbee:iduie, ridl the dait'cgion: which it has bcen:p.idu; :Vhe, :this listforinatiori: has beeau rcceivdarrangcmernts w?ill mie madO iij that' as far as possibledrregaularity in the pa~licyinl.t of the wages will not again occur. .
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 23 May 1874
A'N vIrCREliK' ANKD GR&EBTA. MINERS' MEETING. WVE hare been rich in miners' meetiings lately. Another well attended meeting came off at Greta on Tuesday night last. This meeting was called at 'the instance of Mr. Jolih W.ood, Geheral Secretary. a .lTho.-Chlairmanp opened tlhe meeting, .and called upon the Secretary to read the minutes of pi·evious meeting, which were confirmed. A deputation was then appointed to wait on Mr. Swinburn, in accordance with that genitlelman's riquest. Mr. Wood then addressed the meeting, and said that he appeared before them to-night in consequence of a letter received from their. Secretary, nuthorising him to call a special delegate meeting to consider Maher's case. The letter had not entered intb the details of the case, but if the case, as reported in the paper, was correct, he could not see his way clear to call a delegate meeting on the sub ject. [Several voices at once here exclaimed that the report of the case was perfectly cor rect in eve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
Qbtcertisements. WT.NTED, a ,SMiART ACTIVE LAD. An; :V ply at this Office. " , ' , -Telnders . .. • , ... A RE INVITED for -noUILDING of a BRICK' . HOUS I ith (8) Rooms, in Wallsend.' Tenders to be on before the .6Trnof JUNE next. Plan i poiion to be seen with MI CHARLFS Ml? OM, WnVolsaend. ' 243 C T E.. V ANCA or COUPLE of RESI'EC1 S E .ABLE Qi ~Us. Apply to MRS. JOHN DAVIS,' * 3 124 .. . . . -'. P attsburg. ' To thle Rahtepayers of the Boroeugh , o" Vallseinl. NTOTICE is heroby given.that Messrs. G;BUX I. iTON and W. UHAIRLTON le been "AP-' POINTED by the Uouncil of the IBIugh of Wadll end VALUERS OF ArTL-R TE AL.PROPERTY within the above Borcftg r tbcu rent year, and for the purpose of makin tobvalh gia they hiavu authority by law, a re it b frs of th day tiine, to enter into and u aWlEible property, and to put to any owner or person in charge or oc cupation of any rateai -property, queations upon all suh matter as ? b nocesary .i the purpose of .ascertaining . t particulars rSui...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
(To the Atite qr ; * te Menein ' Atleocafe.) • dzn,-A.lottr akpaarod in last Saturd'a' a'+t .. cnli purlortilrg to "be from ]L G, Hiottp' Ctlrok?+ Wu wore l7qlUrpraed• to men the: aisual 'o. am. ?ot so uiy' /o ag ago .: his 'same s J.. eoatt,:'n t a full sdisnsi' meetmgi, termod the Adelocate a rang and mid.that he, woudnpot support it. Be tis. aas it Y te. "Wter of the lettr un quietionsu "P ?amt?'lit'b?e"Wadt rusm' a mok", aus't! u, in-issue -uaftor- issue-of--your paper concerning Maher's case: This assumes that the collective wisdom of the Greta miners isi as mere child's tall, and you, Mr. Editor, ought to be very thankful to Mr. Scott for thus assuming the monitorship over you, arid graciously inlformuing you that you are a printerof prattle, i.e., child's talk. Very compli mentary to the editor of the Advocate, 1 must say. Not long ago you advertised for au editor. Would IL J. Scott suit you ? The masters could then at leasIt count orrnone staunch supporter on your staff, I d...