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NEW STORE AT MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
NEW RTORI AT MINMI. - By ?n?IndvciRitsmntin ranother coluiim it .iwill b' seern thati- Mr.?Philip Hefrneia, for thany vyeir, connpjted,w ith Mr. Campbell's stori, :Wallsond, in abouat :comnaiencing a general. tloro, at Mianmi,and as. it hil ititenltion r to .keep artiglesR of cvery des ,ription necesisary for hoiusehold purioRses and"also minoers' tools, and wearing apparel, we trist our friends at Miumi will givo him a trial.: , i 3
LECTURE ON THE BENEFITS OF ORANGRISM. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
.- LUCTURE-ON TI? ILENEFITS OF ORkAN?E?SR, . On sntulrdaiyevhing aInst, tliuo ltev.. Di. M'Gibbon, f. Srddoy, delivered a mo.t interesting and eloquent ilcture onthe above subject, to a largo aBudience, in thQ~i:Preabyterian, Church,.:l1 W?Vallsend.-:J. Fletcher,. E?s.,, Mayor .. of W\rallsend, i. presided, and aftdr ninking a fewu aiprolniate remnarks, intro ducedi the rev: lccuraier to* the iauidieince.o Dr t'?GIbbon then traced the :origin ofdranigeslm frnom the time Williama Prince oft Orange iwas ilnvited to England, and.. ably treated. bl hisubject, from - a politieal"as wecll .qs a riligious uspeot, and was iirened to wth i'the eatcst attention throughout and at the close received amoit'enarithusinastio 'vdte of thnukq. . :. :'i .1
The Late Fatal Accident at Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
Tihe Late Fatal Accidlent at r o Walisend. BY our report of the inquest held on Mon day last on the body of 'onN H riGHEs (to be found in anothel columni), it will be seen by the evidence of STEPHENSON , Who was I working with the deceased at the time of the accident, that the back end jud had been undermined and a hole drilled' readyto firei nd lthe sprarll' oseiieW oi? the top, afteir 'hlich they .beganl to fill up a skip, and whilst so engaged, a portion of the. coal -where the sprags had been loosened fell on the deceased, causing, such severe injuries thast resulted in the poor man's death. We rat%.awnv senipftah~'i~i·cindan bt ab have to encounter in their daily avocation, and with all the care that can he taken botlih by the 2i.anag'ers, overseers, f?di miners tlemselves, accidents will happiin, but .~iv think a.gTeat deal otftle risk to the miners; could be'avoidedlf ia'bn 'wa's 'inide at each 'ojiieri thrat oinan;ysoudilose his turnif hii's seip ntis not ready~ Jr the wielc...
SURVEYOR WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
U Sl 'VYdli'WAZ'D' 3 Surely thd now "i'nl'l: ugust Borough of Waillsend" iwibn d dilcimna. : By ourz report of their proceedings ih last issue.it will' be aehd that no applications had, been received for the office,of surveyor.., ,Vhore is the redoubtable" 1r.>','Kay dr Mr. Evans, or.others of the!" Bgcitlcmrni-'of'thUl chairi", tlint tlicy liaie not> sent in thei ri applications. We hopd-the' hiit' will be takeon, andithat some gentleman of, ability' will apply' for the office without delay, as we.are impatient for a coritnmeic0mneht being madb;
AMUSEMENTS FOR QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
.,AMUSEMENTS :FOl,,QIIB N'S/;:, .BIlTHIIDAY. : 'TudH amusements provided' for'plesure' seekers in this district on tMondny.last,.in honour of her' Majesty's 5~th, birthday,; were varied and, plentiful; .although we regret to say Woalls ciid was collspicuous in hiving nothing wlant 6ever? tb kdodp itsa:irhnliitiits 'at:liohie, with the exceptiqn of cricket matches between the .locnl teamis. Ali coinsequencef 'thin th'towjpi 'as naa arly' dessa'fed, "an"d 'romi"i O0 'to^ 8t5 passengers. left by. tlie .ordiniary nine o'clock train.^Special trains ran during the day on 'th'e'Northern line, and 'our; L'am6itonfridnds had a-spe:ialiltraii a:s far as ""'Bttyiiinn's" Crossing,' and fgreat .crcdit.-,is. .duo to;.j .the: Traffica Maiiager (Mr. Higga)tfor the excellent' arrangement of the trains on the different linles;-,with" on'oe exceptionii.--'We" Allidod'toi .W.allaeihd,: for.as far as this place',is co'corned,' we think; we, have :.been eitherl overlooked. or neglected. The only train th...
SIGNS OF PROGRESS AT GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
- .9G~d OiF PR1OOGLES3 AT GI10rA. By refcrceaic to, ur'advertising colhus'iil~vili bci seen that l-Mr. Philip : Pryor has colnimncedd a: gnerual storce at Greta and ,AnvilCrock, .which',is considcre.d nccssanri'y to supply th e liarge numbebc thlint hluavb'lantely been addled to tlh population of that rising townshlip..: One. gcneral'stbre of large dilmncsion?s (viz., Messr.ou Chlapman and Lcaver's) has bcen il GUreta. sincc the comm cncmont of the collicry alnumost' facilig tihe GrOiit Nortrn .nRouad, nald I|es ldono' a>good liusiticui~.sd'iulnd .''tako 'it as anll indication: of progrcss' tlh 'comnibiiiomennt of a
AFTERNOON MEETING—2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
ArTazNooe MzEETINo-2 P.1I. ',,T. Lewis, Esq., presided, and there was a good attendancu. - , ". Tile Chairmian, in opening th6i meeting said he was sorry thathe ca'ildniot: attend' in, the morning, having.to.be present at an in quest at Wallsen`d.b H~i the i-explain'd th'b disad&vantages which 'he, with the. rest. of his countrymen, laboured nuder wheh harnihg'to adlress an intelligoent audience in . the, Eng'lish languagqe.,. He expressed his pleasuie a'tseeing so many English friends pres?ult, and although not aware that hle would be re qnired to make his opening address in Elnglish iiiitil'iS"vry-i~iirt t' ii~n&ego, h'Ih`ad' prepared some lheads fron~ rh~ich .li 'o ild endeavour to speak for a-fow minutes. He then gave ;l oeryiy. eiqhintiLdiscou'se oni the Eisteddfod as a means of cultivating a thirst for knowledgeG Y·nfr Mr. Jobn'* Dais ;-of Wallsond, then -'e plied in a very forcible and amusing!manner to the address of the Chairman, alluding to the Eisteddfod a...
WESLEYAN CHURCH, WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
~VWP L1WAN CIIURCHC, WALLSEND. On Sunday. last the annuivorsary services -were preachd ian this' church tor good congregattos. ruIn the mg and afternoon by the Rev. J. E. (naud, of Newcastle, and in the evenlng by the Rev. R.cMeKeown; Yesterday (lTuesday) the usual tea izicidpublic meeting took place, the tea and refresh menta belng provided b~y ladyfrilends, and reflocted great credit, .upon tlenem. After -the.tablles were cleared the publie nmeeting folloivedijresided over Iby J. Y. Neilson, Esq. There were abouit 10| resent. and tlie' anniversary on the whole was sucoessful. A full report ,dll alppearin our next issue. - - -
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
NWEWCALSTLE SlIlPPIlib.~ VEsSELS LOADING D TO LOAD. SBritish Sovereign, ship, 1208 adle; to load Anvil .:'. KuCreek ..... .?.7.% ? ? CKniht ofS d chr ? ;. loo B1eautirul StarP, , l6llton: :t loa'd Co -:operative ' .ioch >atrine ship, 120 Burt ;., tokadWalls-: , n. end . '. . No ?mhim Castle, (98, "Oarey; to load Linbti Sh. atton Auadley, ship, 998, Pickard; to load Walls .end . Don Ricardo, barque, 276, Harrison Isle of the South, ship 821, Lo Contioe; to load . ,allsend "aiodpius, bairu uio?i7? .oera.isto load Lambton O:-i?ear, bhariWJ IliS.0stxbath to loaed alls Se ond p, EaM"cdi~ la, arque', - 8 i7:Pevtie-oloadriqew Lamb ton" -" -lzie H, .aneria brque 96, Bajiso.; to load IaddwltonCjabrtle, ulr0u, S.arguS?to .loaid.Wolls-. ,e Chore, ship, "Williams :i to load Wisllsehnd ; Sea i orth, ship, 118 , Woodwar; ~t lo Lad Walls • aried i;'lnl), g.?'v, Taxlo • ?. Wild ~Vtw llri0 Wi lad'n~to ~ Esesie Black, iarque, 2o81, Sivier Aiassa. lharque 324, MIcConiah:ty "t o' eL m. *. .I l.ton C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
NOTICE TO T`HE PUBLIC! S'UP. .MUL L EN 1OF THE "N?E?WCasTLE CLOTH A.&iL," -- '"AS JUST RLECIVD . A FIRST CLASS STOCK OI NEW & FASHIONABLE WOO- NS, NAMELY: Sootch Tweeds, at West " .P. MU.7LLEN'S NE"VC ' :H . ' West of England Tweeds, at -. . . ., P. MIULLEN'S NEk.AST E "CLOT IIALL. Bliseus Tweeds, at " B TwesP. aMULLEN'S NETYC TTLE CLOTI[ HALL. Navy Blue, in large variety, at - . . P. .ULLEN'S NEWT ? aS'LE CLOTII IIALL.L Blue Stookanets, in great variety,'at P. MULLEN'S NEWCASTLE CLOTIH HALL. Bannock Burns, at .. . P. MULLEN'S NEW'CASTLE CLOTH HALL. Goeelong Tweed, in all colours, at . S-,: : P.. MULLEN'S NEWCHASTLE CLOTHII HALL. A nice assortment of Bilk VTestings,.at P. MULLEN'S NEWCASTLE CLOTHI HALL. White ~Miarcella, in good patterns, at P.: MIULLEN'S.NEWCASTLE CLOTH HALL -- :...?., , -- -- '' (o) " . . - P. MULLEN is glad to be able to inform th~e public generally that. hee has the BEST COAT CUTTER ?in the colonies, whos;e dt, is nothing lu to Ci "Oat 6ocits; an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
To oua?r:Contituents iln?the Mining Townships. · '7E T ahve much pleasure in announcing :V to our friends in the district gone rally that we have appointed :M R. V. "T. 'DENT, To theA b O1IE.? :'and 6aCA.: V~ASSER, and we trust to thus be. in a pdosition to lREPOltT MO~Ii ACCURATELYa11l Mine' Meetings, ,andalso secure the very LATEST NEgS Of ttle'District Gere -going to Press. r . delives y?f2tltie? AD.YVOCA'2iEIand through ', hirh i le •all. complaints. , about • non recet ot ePaper wl be a ded..... He ISo'ecinpowiered to nRiivIE ionlDinis ,for J6ib?iniiting and Adiertisements, and to Collectaidll'Monies Due to the..Attqcate,.a.d. h:is ree?eipt will bIe.a sufficient discharge. SJ.. MJ . SWEET." PPr? ro.-Proprietors. ?. A ijeers' A dvocate Offi~"... ) ', S / . Wailsend, May 18, 1874. ? · Newcastle Agency.. . W-/?lr' H1OMAS" NEW, Hunter-street, NJ-1 (late Lott's MLill Store)B, hais been appointed .AGEN~TC;otHiS FOR r Z8 NA in Newcastle, in p l .li ?oif* Paine-l-fromn whom copies "of ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
LOCAL INTELLICENCE. WAILSEND' ANLD PLATTrsUIJRG. The Co-operative and Wtallsend wiorked both shifts on Saturday and yesterday. EXPOWLI Oe, COAL. The extortl of coal front Noewcastlc for the week ending Fridtly, May 22nd, amounsted to 13,776 (loni "-.l'76*tons of whilch were sltipprd to Sydney; 6713 to Melbourne; 1i to thle Clarchiceo Hliver; 770 to Adelaide ; 3022 io New Zeclattd; 145 to Brisbane; 1133 to Galle; 1150 to lanilla; 1188 to. Java 3287 to San Francisco;: 70(i to China; 755 to tlid steamers, and 000 for:h:lme contsumption. The A. A: Co. shipped 3594 tons, Wallsend 4903, Lambton 3749, ' \Wa'rattah. 3549, Co-operative Co. 3075. New ?Ltnbton :3759, Anvil Creek 811; and Greta 337 tons.-Thd export of coke amnounltedl to 29 tons from the As A. .Co, for New Zealandt, and 16 toits from the Co-operative Co.; for .New Zealand and Sydney. The A. A. Company also sold 14 tons of coke for towd purposcas.
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
,ANVIL :CREEK: AND GIRETA. IT may be recollected thalt a few??ceks back aparn graph appeared in tihe iAdvocate, stating that an old man had attemnpted self-destruction at Greta, while suffering from delirium tremens, and that he lhad been driakinag at Gellatly's Greta Inn. Mr. Gellatly informs nme that, he was not dlrinking at his house, tuld that iti fact lie, being astrangerin the district, ?nas never within the door: I nred hardly say tlhat in giving a report it is absolutely impossi ble to be correct in every minute particular, but when any errors occur in my reports, I am always very willing to rectify them . Our townshlip las been enlarged by the addition of another store. Mr. Pryor has opened a place of business next door to Gellatly's inn, andl judging from his choice selection of goods, will doubtless dlo a good trade. This new'store seems in no way to diminish i-fesgsrs. Chapman and Lever's business; indeed from the number of people who have re cently come oni the ground,-...
Presbyterian Church, Wallsend. LECTURE ON THE RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS OF THE PRESENT DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
1Presbyterian Church, -WVallsend. LEOTURE ON THE RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS OF THE PRESENT DAY. .iXLsT Sunday special sermons in cbnnection with the above Church were preached, morning and evening, by the Rev. )r. :McGibbon, of Sydney, and on each occasion tlihre was a large attendance. On Monday: evening Dr. McGibbon delivered a lecture in the same clhrch oerr "'Tlhe religious movenients 'f th~e resent day.": The attendance was very large, and J. Y.Neilson, Esq., presided, and after a few ap propriate remarks, int:oduced thie lecturer. Rtev. Dr. McGJIauow then came forward, and was received with loud.cheerihg. He said the subjec?t of. his lecture was a most important one, as some of the greatest menr of the daiy were now absorbed in: considering it. The telegraph tending to bind society together, ind that linked all ontions, was a wonderful proof of the advancement of the present day, and ofral1 nrtions in the world 'we looked upon England ars the greatest. What was the reason of IthVia h...
Death from Injuries received in the Wallsend Pit. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
Death from Injuriles recelived in the Wallsend 'Pit. CORONEI'S INQUEST. . IH our last'issue we announced that an'acci dent -had happened to a miner named Jo.,hn Hughes, .employed in the W?allsend" colliery, from which i he had received very serious in juries, and was lying in a very critical'state. We regret to stath that our information was too true, for the'sufferer didd at half-past two on Sunday morning last .from the injuries received. Deceased .was born at the Haswell Colliery, Conunty of Durham, .England, and and was 36 yoars of age. On. Monday last an inqtuest waiis hold .oi the body before A. A. P. Tighe, ~Esq., Coronei for the district, aid ia jury 6f twelve. Jury : Messrs. T.'Alnwick (foreman), Edward Lewis, John Meofft, Chas. Fretwell, Francis Hutchin son, Thos. Robson, Thomas Miller, John Wil liamr"s Thoe. M'Craie, William Dobinson, Chas. Gurrisbh, and David Gai'diner. 'The jury having been sworn, proceeded to the deceased's residen'ce ind viewed the body. John George S...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
iVARlATAn l . , Oun fellow townspeople have, I ate ple.aeCd to ai been spending thiu thb'uile :Jet 'aiiaa for thec' elbrati9n. if hea-',}4?,?sty,?i i?7. as we are4,y such. avast distance-in.body,-weo. are nnited with that love which is so clharac teristic of all those who call Englanw' home and VictLorina Queen. Long may it continue, and may tjat time be far distant when this, the lInd of our adoption, shall cease to call her presetnt Mlajesty our Queen, and year by year look. frorward to that day above all others to spend iin .pleasure and happy enjoyment hed birtliday. - . r ad a bus The' .rail?vany atlibrities ?have.had abusy day of it to-day, aind-they deserve the thanks of all for tlhe care ai'd .attention they bestow lpon all Lthose seekingupleasilre.. No news y'et about the.dispute between the Council anid the Waratah Coal Company. . believe it is .set l down .for.. hearing on Tuesday., ,.., , Theo banana, stealinig., ease was dismissed. [.could write? something on this case,...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
Lartpat Dhist2ct News. (FROM OUR VARLIOUS CORtlEPONDEN4T.) * , -...... LAMIBTON... . .i . DEPUTATIONS. : " -AT twelve o'clock (noon), on Friday last, a deputation, consisting of Messrs. T. Oroudace, T. .Hardy, andl W. T. Dent, :'waited upon' the ;Minister;-for, :Lands,iati his office, .Sydney,&lt;to. present a petition, from the inhabitants of this district, in favour of a main rosd, from New cnastle to W?illsiid:viaiNodw Laow bto', , also'.a i pa'tition. fromB283 -froe-selectors.Lnbt Tickiole.r .Tihe depnttatiori ?'(roe'iin'troddrced by'Mr. Jaincs" IHannell, and were courteously received by'tlie Miiiister. After the peti.iho'-"(which was" s'igiedby',piwar'ds of 1400 persons), had been presented, and the required roito of l ira'd' defined,;and argueiietiits addii?'ued as to the necessity for'making such road fur thei benefit of,the people, . , , * -The Minister said, ]'tlat liail' aprdvioiily mndo up his mind to proclaim both roa-ds, ais both had' been surveyed and. recommen...
Independent Order of Rechabites. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 May 1874
Hudlependent Order of Reef abites. The members of the Magnet Tent No. 4 Indepondent Order of Rcchabites, celebrated their sixth anniversary by a procession and picnic on Queen's Birthday. The procession formed at the Rechabite Hall at 10 a.m. and1 marclied through the town, headed by the German Brass Band. ' Te procession formed a very pleasing sight, there being about 70 of the members - of the order present, also a like number of the juvenile branch of the same order, all dressed:in their sple~idid ra galia. The site chosen for the picnic was Mr. R. W. Moody's paddock, near the Wara tah old tunnel, which had been kindly lent for the. occasion, where a very pleasant day was spent. Refreshmenets we'e provided by Mr. R. Dainty," of Lambton, which gave the greatest satisfaction. Durigo the dalyvarion. sports were indulged in by the junveniles, in cluding swings, foot-ball, &e. Several prizes were given for foot racing, which resllted as follows : ldemSien' liandicap of 120 yar...