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Wesleyan Church, Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
:Weslyayiu Chui-ch, -Wallsend.a ON Sunlday last the anniversary sermons in connection with this church were preached suorning, .afternoon, and evening-by til, Itev. J. H. (Jald, of Newcantle, to large con gregations. On the. Tuesday following the suall tea-meeting took place, and after the tables had been cleared, the- public meeting was heldi presided_ over by-J . 'Y. eilson, Esq. The CunAitniA expressed his. pleasure at thle satisfactory state of the. church and its finances generally, and:. allndled: briefly to the success of the present anniversary.. He then called upon thie chapeal steward to read his anuial st-atemet.ea . iev. Mr. Mc?loKowN said -he hnd been re quested by the secretary (Mr. Turnbull) to, read the annual report: for them. 't was very encouraging, and shicwed the church to be in.the.satisfnetory state that all churches aihued at, viz.-out of dlebt. -lr. RI. YoULL then addr'essed the meeting, and expressed the pileasure he felt at being again amongst tlhem. At th...
DELEGATE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
DELEGATE MEETING, YESTEnTDAY (Friday) a Apecial delegate meeting of the 1 icers and delegatcs of the Miners' Association,; IHunter River District, was held at Mr. Cairn's hotel, Lambton: The district dfficers" anid a representative from eacLh collilry wee iin atotendance. *Through the courtesy 'of :Mr; Johl VWo0d;, General bSecretary," we have 'been favoured with the fullo~wing minutes : The case of .Wim.. Muiuher,: fronm Greta;was: fir'st considered. After the case bad been fully discussed, the following motion was moved: "That the moceting having consi dered thie case of 'Maher, is of opinion that his case cannot be eiitertainced by the dis trict; innsmuchl as he did not consult the commnittee in refere2ice to any dispute being in existence between the manager and the wheelers, arid having tendered for the wheeling, discharged himself."-Carried. Moved-" That this meeting disaip'rove of Lon worth's conduct in tendering for the wheeling at'Greta colliery, he being work ing on the Co...
POETRY. JUST YOU MIND YOU'RE NOT GARROTED. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
J:·tvsr ~oU MXnurD' YoTYRSE ~No1~aGaEor nOTE If youi kviuatchiciiids invitation, To some roguejin ocd.lntion During times of obu bration, J SJfyous 'giiiinlluiiixiatiison, .uJ •?oni. othier.fH'c-iua'on . . 11S. l1 ot i"usi t u tribulntion i yut n. u jmid:- - -'reot garot . , I"?f JoWvo, mtuch consideration.. ,, " "'d y6ur no?doy's habisatio.. T" .%, ..'fix you's h-t'ied?lration, -, And a lonelW si'uation,,r ; Ancnl?o?i't; love deteri6rititio, Ofypur thlrol.tle's.conformastio,; Wh~~~-_XI~iEn b I·C)I1IS;Ou're',dPilY aPotl~d, -~Al u~t~yumm·yoqu'~init::nd you'$~en garti o"', If dOuonu'llikestriangulatlon, And nalilior all spifflication, :';-:rit'1iA iVoobjdct to lacerationi, . . , . rid detsfceoratio , ' .. h . :"And accoimpanying consternation, * :...and confaundcL botiheration ... ' ,TWhCe?;bystars .the sky is dotted, Si.uLost you mind you're not garroted " - * -S i Punrh,- ay 29), 1874.
Meeting Wallsend Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
S lMeeting uallsend Miners. LAST evening (Friday) the monthly meet ingof the Wallsend miners and members of the Accident Fund was held in the Assem bIly Rooms. There were about 300 present, and Mr. Patrick occupied the chair. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. The first business for consideration was a letter from Mr. Hardy (Secretary of New Lambton miners) respecting a collection for a miner named Durliham, who'is suiffering from bad eyes. - Aftedr discussion it was de cided thatthe Secretary write to Mr. Hardy, informing- him that it could not be enter tained.- - A lon_ discussion then .took place about a notice ofmnotion givenflast meeting thalnt in future skips be filled level full. A. motion, :amendment, and rider was moved-on the subject. Many considered that some difficulty would be experienced in filling-the skips in this manner, while others thought it should be made a district ques tion,or that arrangement be made with the manager. It was finally carried that....
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
ADELAIDE. W.ednesday. M?r. Knuckey, of Daly Water's, telegraphed that a man, named Leonard Elvy,-has arrived, bringing intelligence, that he left his mate, William Nation, in an exhanasted condition, 100 miles from Daly Waters, on some river twenty niiles? east of. Snummer Bight. The men form part of Lator's party, with a mob of cattle froni Queensland, but having had.a disagroeemenit they left his party and pushed on. The country being flooded, theyconsumed all rations and allIthe lho'brse~ but one. Nation is an old squatter,.and had only 51bs. of dry .lorso flesh when Elvy left him ten days ago. Lator had abandonled his cattle, and was ex piicedd to al'rive at Daly WateEis to-morrow or next day. Mr. Todd has .instructed relief to be sent immediately to Nation.
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
$ :N EWCA.STLE SHIPPING. YE-bSEiLS. IOADINGi AND TO LOAD. B'esintiful Star, ship 546 Bilton: to load Co ?'?.?]oo?"l -ri ne; ship,, 1200; Burton 'to load Wals end -?forhunam OlStle, 698, Carey ; to loa Lambton . -. tihattounl Audley,ship, 998, Pjickard; to load ~alls - end -Isl of the South, ihip 821, Le Coutie; to load V"'. i. ?sallsecnd C-i?nopius, barque, 765, Rogcrs; to load Lambton .ilasarbarque, 1180, Trenbath; to load WValls ; M?lora, barque, 357, Petrie; to load New Lamb ? -ton. A~L:uzie to:13> merican baque, 896, Babson; to load &lt;~a toes, barqne, 1206, Sargent,; to load TValls -.Obcro,, 'hip, Willmsu:to load Wallsend: " . _Sa.. r.~h, ship, llS1, Woodvward?l to load Wallas, Wilt1-?Viev?,"brig, 1940 WVilsoi " s.. Easie Black, barque, 281, Sivier.. - ,Kassa. barque, 324; MuConnrielhy .: :".Jylton· Ca.stle, barque,- 548, Scott; to load Co l, -:-itumora, 'brur 2P45),'Smidt_,., .;.:,-:%-,. Tythonus, ship, 1153, Andrews; to load Lambton. -"-Alrbuern, barque, 774 Thoma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
.NOT]Je TO TlH PUBLIC. ! P . MU L EN .OF TIHE " WIE W T LE TH CHLT ALL," . . AS JURT ECIE A I ST CLAS STOCKf NEW. & 'F HIONAB WOOLLENS NAMELY - Scotbh Tweeds, at SP., MULLEN'S L3 ASTNLE OLOTHIIIALL. Westof England Tweeds, at . , sTe.y " Twe'ds atP. MULLES CASTLE CLOTI IHALL. Bliusus Tweeds, at . - : - - 'P. MJU E ' TVCASTLE OLOTII IALL. Navy Blue, in large riety, at 5 SP. SL ENI NPWCASTLE '.CLOTHI .IALL. Blue Stockanets, in gret' variety,.t t. ,: . S. ULLF NE WCASTLE.: CLOTIH HALL: Banniock Burns, at : c .k . , , USP. 'S .E ASTLECO HALL. Geelong Tweed, in al colours, at . .L . ' P. LLEN'S EWTVOASFT LE CLOTH HALL. A nice'assortment' of ilWVestings, at " / . /P. TLLENTSNETCASTLE CLOT".H HALL.N White Marcella, in od patterns, at / -.,:. = .[f ?P. .MULLEN' NEWTVCSTLE CLOTH HALL, '" .' P.MIJLLEN is gla be able to in[formi tihe'pitblic - cwrally that., he- has, the BEST 'COAT , .T2'ER_ c in the. .olo?i s, hose duty is nothing but t Cut Oat Coats; and he hIas also, *a TIRO SEBS and...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
RIAGNI. By il license, on d instant, at latta rg, in the house of th bridegoo's et, " by Rev. W. C auer, JAxz N, baahelo second son o Mr. Willim HbQ to ErIZAs I?ms, spin tr, daughter of )r. Moses es, Broostown. .. ShBe· ines'r~ Advants, AIo , . ?ORTHU iMBERLAND RECORDER. ,- SATURDAY, MAY 80, 1874.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
" N OT IC E.. . '; To oiir Constituents in the Miining : Townships. S" E have much pleasure in announcing - to our friends in the district gene Srnlly thlt we have appointed S: I'MR. V. T. D'ENT, S. OP LAMBTON, S- To thoe Office. of REPORTER and CAN :\.?SSER,'and we trust to. thus be in a :_-i.*:position to iEPORT MORE AcCURATELY all ' .' iniias"' Meetings, and also secure the very 1 ?A?fTETST 'NEWs of the District. before going '-." " to Press. ;M- - i'I n. DENT will also superintend the : -.delivery' of.the ADVOCATE, and through hi" him we. hope all complaints about non " receipt of the Paper will-be avoided. . He is also empowered to RECEIVE ORDERS for Job Printing and Advertisements, and to Collect all Monies Due to the Advocate, and his receipt will be a sufficieht discharge. S- J. M. SWEET, Pro. Proprietors. ' Nine" r ..' e' Advocate Office, ; -' ..': .i*Wallsend, May 18, 1874.
WALLSEND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
WALLjSEND SBhIOOL O0 ARTS. The debating class in connection with the above in" stitution win hold its fortnightly debate on Wed. nesday dvening next at 8 o'clock, when the new ministry, comprised of Dr. Schrader, Meisrs. Neilson, Westacott, and Rushton, will introduce the following subject :- ?Which is the happier state, that of the poor man or the wealthy man,, the ministry arguing in favour Of the poor mas. We would advise our. readers to attend on ?Vednes day evening, as the subject is one which will probably cause a good debate to ensue.
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
(To te Editor of the llinera' Advocate.) Szn,--Mr. Thozas Brpsseoy, M.P.'s, essays on' '' Work and 1Vango," says thart success depends ontirecly upon the etath of trade, tloe amount ot business in prospubt, anu the profits which the employers are anabled to realisem Moreover, the gentlemmt that this distriot is most inebtted to for the present amode of carrying on business, de(larhd in his argumndt with us that the workmen has a voice in11nil accumulatid capital, thcrcfore, innas much that the friendly masters has conceded to a conference of employers and employed. I amn at a loss to know h.81 should tllingsremain* i such a stiste from~ one montki to anoother.. We all noticed tire decrci~s~tir~u of Wauaritah C~mpany's mix monthrs'' profaits he rund fgl~urew, antir morqo tleyre7 I Wll! asy. And a~r~ln,ri weal it n .esa~a tlri oalaniy Z of living death amonig their unhan)ipy families. But what .causes the -like of this, son me-will ask. The only Inswer is, tlat the damnp air'deetro/s ...
SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 30 May 1874
SYDNEJY. Friday. In the Legislat.ive Council on Thursday a discussion took on the Electoral Act Amendment Bill, -which was read a second time, taken• into..Committee jro. forna, and the House adjourned. In the Assembly on Thuirsday Ministers stated that the question of affording aid to Agricultural Associations had iiot yet been considered by the Cabinet; .tihat the AcRt 11 Victoria No. 4 -had been in operntion for twenty-seven yeairs, and no regulations had been. made -under the 4th section thereof- re specting the mitigation of remission of san tenices; that inst'ructions hla?ld been giveii for tile erection of a bridge across the railway.in Wells-street, Redfern. Mr. Hurley ((.C.) pr?~ented a petition against Sunday traffinc ii liquor, which sas subsequent!y rejected on account of an infor mality. A? message was received firorm the Governor recoimmending that piroiision be made for carrying but the Rbiilway Lands Resumption Bill. Mr. Parkes moved that the H`ouso approve of thle c...