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

(To ruln EJnFOai 0;1v ,(P .hn, *--. 4:o ?,? 1;bi{-u, inoj~ ?G1t 'lioL 'hdeds ~ti 1ii,'eok 1: aIu'M6 l ta Pi? flt',boala~1.ol 1C/¢ ,atidngotllo \(I,1 LUchI1) LW~r/ 1rck t'f h' 1 h o t r t.(co tUddaOn h aa o yetbaonLcce]:b 4uIzoo]i1 an iri?g ,yt rtoe l ' out y p ico. oan. iI to, crif 1.q otepjif 11t U \l~i aced 1 e "lcc" ' a ot. i rc. S1. ?,.J?S ':u eI . itt an.us; ,f" y voi? , irb, to. 1ic .?s i ' your c"ai 6S jsesided '~·-lE, t;e~).anuahl pff~i ijttlo toi the right! .rtlhi ·tho saw mllsa andi crosa. ?. th -OOceekao 100 or laO ,yaplaghiCaui riqc ; At Ithil'svoet thii iueill nafm: coitoituslyfa h c,1ralga aro uuaoh butter;, alcid thaltreakl~,hiq~J un#a'yo rugged, cl~riiiipquciit1y_ thaia coet 'of nvdq d'ii a ioeu1A;tau~t14 eocid, 1; u h ar 1c then wonic ]say tic lo apciidcd hueo ther 1neei riilre Tr' I gi~y~n~~ riitin )li thkon iioniboc f, p1 Qi14rooleakDth.oou87Le ac' - ,;iis, -. r ( c. :1r. 8 ,a M I 2

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [?]SSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

CASTLE SHIPPING. S1 8ELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. . ?Egle, Americanu ship, 1004, Crowelld; to S Co-operative t lad Lambton ?. brg, 26, Bl'own ; Co!)|.ad Lambton ra, ehip,972 ?.Bray l.oading Lambton ld, ship, 8927, Taylor; to load small. , baque, 448, lweet;. to load small Alfred,b aque, 161' Ellis; toload Co-oplerative aml, ihip, 1128, Marshall; to load Waratak. , barqe, 448, Yielcding; to ]oadl amall .hori,,. bq.. 320, Cowan; to load small. tream, barquo, 688, lonifa?o ; to load Co operatilo in, ship. O62i larnesoa ; to load small 'akefield. American barque, 88r Carver; to load Ntw Lambton ro Queen, ship, ret, Hamilton i to load lqew Lambtun :Airdeaneraig, barlue.. 526 Trivat;: to load small. ..ntp.e, barque, Agoiw : loading Wallnsend Wleveri ,lh'i u.rlliue, 484, YoulI ; loading A. A. Co. Edward JameL, Americant barque, 529, Wagner, to S load Walloe nd Benjaiiin Aymer. American barque, Stocum ;n to 4oasdCOc-operative. Moneymick. barqssae from Adelaide, 2Srd ult. Li ris an Hmoea, Ubuatr...

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

PUBLIC ,NOTICE! NEWCASTLE 0CLOTH HALL AND TAILORINCG & OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT. " ..) S P. MULLE N, (Late of Mliss Iirtlker'cs C'onnercial Exchage, Ilunter-stlceef,) BEGCS most respectfully to nanounce to t.lhe pnh'ic ,f Noewcastle, and the residients in, ..i) the Milining 'Toniishdsi c nerallyg , thliat e huas olit.ncd thI abivev long-ivishled-ftor eitablishment with a First-Chlss STOCK OF WOOLLENS, ' Scotch Tweeds, West of Eingld 'J'wceds., Ble Stocklen Nets, Pannocl ornes, 13Black Bzoadclths, Ul3 ic nid hImn(k R:tlitnrs, Blhl and m ladII )ingonal TIweeds, SBrown and Stilk-tniixed Faic'y C~oatings, anltd every article tr bh finllid ill the trade. . .-.M. desires to call special atteniionl to the flet tIhat hlhas engaged a F'IRST-CLAS.? CUTTEIR, from one of the best T'J'ailoriig Est: b:ishulments in Sydiney, and is tilherefore in a positiori to give every satikfactionll to his tros pri aind those whlo 2may r'iaour hiunt witlh ordeis. ALL GOODS WELL SHI UNi K.; . T.. . i" o...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Gardening and Agricultural Calender for January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

Gardening and Agricultural Calender , for January, 1874. KrrcaHn GAuaw : Continue to sow for eucers l-ou peas, beaun, tunfipe, carrot, lettuce, parenip.a, radish, parsley, and all herb, cauliflowers, brocoli. &e. If you wish to have a regular supply of these, some shouldlbplanted out every ten or twelve days. If you havelm t groundi enough at liberty, plant them etwouen the rows of pens and beans, and by the time the plants are struck and begin to grow, the peas .and beaus will be ready to take up. Transplant leeks aud celery. Pull up forward erops of keeping onions, anud top shoots of pumpkins, vegetable; marrow, .eucumbers, kc. VWater plants that haoe lately been pint out; seed beds and younig seedliugs.-iFLoWua (OlADux: NothinK spoils the appearance of a gardun so such as weeds and dead leaves: these should he removed as they appear. Water should not be spared, care being taken to do so only after the sun has gene down. Trim and regulate plants. )Dahilas may be planted. S...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SAILED FOR NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

- SAILED FOR NEWJASTLE. From MHlboure-Jan. 1, Ilen~l; 2, Admiral de :Montatgme' 93, Adeline: Burke, Alcandre ; 8, Vie .toriA( iwa) _ _ L, From Otago-Dec. 23, Riobycito. F: rom Sydney.--Agne. Edgell.. The 'fu ine Amenrican ship, Flyling Eangle, was suc ~onir.ily ilmnched from Mr. Maoquarie's lP?tent Slip, Stockton, on Thraday., and the clipper-bril, ,Vietory, owned by Moessrs. Russell a?xd Waddell,. .w-?? taken up to-day to hive her bottom cightedl, c. IFreos Mr. De Bu?ers, Melbourne shinping report of Slat December last, we extract :-The .American ship Galatea 933 tons, was chlartered to load at Newenhactle for Bombay. The Americn barqlue, Leli:a M. Long, 610 ton :c·als,'fromn Newcastle to Hong Kong at "0?. The demunsd for tonlnage to load eoals at Newcastle for ports in tin?la and India is not ast all active, while: for San Yrancisco toimnogu to come extent is in fair requeot at 23.. A. is gesernl at thi., our mid-eummer seacon, when the consumption of the article is at its ninimtu...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

Lrt dithe ilo~6· notl: byoi'~ ?Ilr coicsri~c)1~ idoigool b4.ivit !o

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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[?] INTELLIGENCE. WALL[?] AND PLATTSBURG. [?] OF WALLSEND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

4 L INTELLMEiQEF V L 'ND PL.ATTsLuLna ]? N1 W.LtWENTIVBJITNR. iuly I m latt nigh L. - 7Jr. ,-ry ~l~r?~ccl Iicchtlll of ho. f! T~lrldf hV1 tlA?t dt1I clhair. ThILt i njei?pa e3as w*ctij on 0 if afitern, whi.'h tlh!k 'writh 4jwing rcult -Ohiiutn, .11r. Hlu n *!,.cr?Itry, M?]'r. E' dw?:':a'd Lob.ri :. deal .ac Ir. Jalut. Brpurnl?n; tiretaurel, h? dolo~at, .1Mr. Jlaeua liryd ; tor', Mu4h? l ton L nud 1e (:c'o: lil.s cod Jnttleri . 4T0h.4 m - E;anI , i l trial!, bhull, Siminfl-.I (1, D)rumaichl, 1,,. "Da.vis, ?tr,. and sici k visito'.-i, \V:i'l.enlrt, Nlr. I Jonos;ltowt, Mr. ai MitSthellt:' Town,, Mr.1,.imu; Pla]tthJurg. ),Jr: (:orgt o: i .zi t&. occupir eIitT.- c.ha , a monthlyo mi tnc i lc, ur t!lL Thei1n31ti liiil?ht- 11Cr. be occul,cad tde cll: i', nud I lavl. ]. ]Lub?!~, ",'I secretary 'J'Jip lnlcli~l/? o h 1v .0lo;:!~t, mid, Icc! ·i. V . I~lcut :;i~v j~r olitciHits;t.. a ipi:ttcrit In u~l~itiiCC~iltii inimbuiily tti~iyc a to1 ii it ittii t in.-~~l clii pulic mntrcti j ~ i i...

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

Tilrn s is1ttlQ 0 uo lyi ? ls 1anco stirrinpg in this vicinity ?t pi'resent, ?o?u'r sporting:frilend-r seeoom to have had enough of it for the tiaii hbaitb ''):euo ioits,.ll, reeievo sgome atton tion, but In rytype A nIRU'niJlljil; g up.!? er, Our baind, supe th-ro e, .or o egnll hasI lost none of its accustque r yug0?o, but mieets regularly for'practice as in''gotpvally as ever. }Yo hbpyo nolv fairly Inunchod intd the Now Year with r;l its jr,'a alj Nn'i,',iys, ornd while iiy wisl is that t nilty kP .a hriupl p to ypu, sir, and your ;'miorbpu rrd ron.ls. J wvbuld. further hop&lthlatr you rpy le cheelupd and encouraged in youlr nioble and ardibuous under tiking in andyopptipg the rightlt of the uining comnnunfty, agfl# 1 t hb? fre the year now begunc!loses ynu ,n~ty nnalyj'tpgRlr sl aprIli'prs. by thousandli;" n' iiclp;iig, oncougigng, andrightii;g. .tl.proige - of the nis.eor, you bihvo a noblp wPor.? before you,r wrichl, if faith) fully done w'il'ti i lt1oilist nd brave de...

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

woolk, uite j0) 1P pn rt;ngo opi:;" yory thln t aftor tho'oxc tinunt, 0 o holidays, and tlhero is really nothing of noto to rocord. AcI DIE:sTsa., -.Wvo rather paiuful.! accidents occurred in thle pit horo thi weapk. On .Monday a'iloy:namelod Connolly, 2iad his leg snvprPly p'l tllrouh.,h gotting it> jammed betwnoe, tp s lps, ) rapn g 1 lhn .alfn yqry bndla,-=--On Tlos?o?y, .a nm1l0r ?ani2~1 \Vim. Tirnoy, iwilo clrosslng tho?bottom eoal ifi: isbonard also recolvod injurlou to on, orf his tlogs. .. ilrgo pice of coal fell over on toip of it) causing severe bruises, anud . he iiarrowly .scaped havilg it broken.

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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

ANVIL OCRLEEK ADi GIRLETA. TirE ChriLstmnas and leTw Year's festitiles being over the pits have again assnanmd a busy appears ance with every li kelihood of continuing for some time. At F'arthing's gereantjmprov'e mnents have been effected during the past yearr A company was formed scup six.r months-ago and since then improvements liave been the order of the day. Before this,'Mr. 'Farthing had carried on the work stlgilo-handed, and consi.lering the nmany dimeulties..he had l::to encounter,-fire and water, a low price for coal; hnndicapped by the extra freight to the port of Newcastle, the wonder is he did nort succuib to adverse circvumstanees long fago. i-lad he not been a rmna of extraordinay pert. severance and energy he must have done: so. When alone, his great want wias rolllng stocki and when the company was firmed this want was at once remnedied. Twenty new hlopper wangons arce already running, built by P N. RIussel and Company, of Sydney, and their -onstruction is certainly...

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

JIINMI. Mris has beoon npntlming a difi'ereont spect ovotn sillce tloa colliary easoled olratioln somno yqasts ago. ¶Iho low inlhlbitlUats that kupt p!c1osse1io1 of, their how sos. have .had a droary timo of it. No chanlgo has nrot tho eye but that of. deoay. 'Tho housos, which aro all Plt of w"od, ansa naturl1 conscquenoe havo, witih few exceptions, all failen to the gronndi Buat I am glad to say that.thlings, are about to change and look better, for.~ we expect oar village to be ngain inlabitedl The Mlessi. BIrown have tlhirteen oen'emnployed getting things rcady,-four. of wildni6m are employed sinking a trial hatLfL alonth'alf a mile west of 'tlhe old one. Vrarions finehdik's and others are also at differoi?ntijobs neckssary td the flrtherance of the work of comuenclingr opra tions. I have- alo hleard?,thit a gentleman from Wallsend has purclhaseficd some projgerty with tihe intention of building n hotel. . Withl all these improvementi takllngjnlla'y egaI Llkl probabilities of th...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

(rO1 OIr CORlK.'r4PONDEN32'.) LAMBTON. ON Ncw Year's Eve, the Lambton Mutual Benefit Society, hold their anniversary, by a supper at host Avery's Northumberland HIotol, when about 70 sat down to a. good snubstantial supper. This township was all alive on New Year's Eve, the two bands were playing round the streets, from about ten 6'clock nntil after mrid-night, T?loler wore also two or thrroe troupes of amateuohr minstrels who created much amusement. eVo narevpr relnmembo having soeen so many people in Elder-streer at one time as there was about twelve o'clockt The hands wore playing 1 up the strect?, And lads nd lansses dan.ing, TVhile Andrew Tulnney through the mob, With bo;yisll glo was prantcing, There was Jeinmlo lIrertnan sillgingsollgu, A-nd 'Frank O'lrianll slpoutiilg, W?hile " wire in ]'ero," g?o in Frank." All the kids weore shloutliilig--oln that night Jonty Bro ik., was playinig Jigs, And Ullcle Joe was singing, hllile Sewcy Llynch, upon the bollnce, ~Wlith .lll his nigh...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WALLSEND YEARLY FUND, No. 2 LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

WALLSEND YEARLY FUND, No. 2 IjODLOE, ON Saturday last the anfunal dinocr in con, nection with the usual breaking up o'f this fnadAtoolk place at MIr. Trotter's WVallsend Collier3 Inn. An excellent spread war pro vided by host Trotter, who exerted himself lto provido the various good tlhings procurable at this festive seaso, alnd gaeo hbp greatest satisfaction to all. About fft.y sfh. do'wn tp dinner, and Mr. Markle Fryor lhiciatetd as chairmanl, in the absence of the president (Mr. Samuel See). After the tables had boeen cleared, and the precident by this time having arrived, hlie took hisa place at tp head of the table. lie said they had ni't to eieobr4$o thP anniversary of tllheir lodge, but regretted that oieo oat ?oir niunber, who was present aInst year, was now absejt for ever. I-Ho.alluded to Mr. W. Taun eot, jtlp pytiptlars of whoso melancholy death iby dyr~p"i.ig yp gaBVP ip our last issue. Sayoegr extra demui'ids hqd beop pIa4p ppoll them dulring tke yo~r bat he was 4yppi' ...

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FISCAL POLICY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. LONDON, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

FiSCAtL LPOLIOY OF NEW SOUTH . ! • 'WALES. . LONDON, December 28. The Tb.e. h]as an nrticleo ,colnmmenting onl the froc-trade policy of New ~outh Wiles as discloued.in the Budget. It says ti at Sydwny has got th'o start of Victori in theo right direction; and it 'antcipditas tha:t unla tlheo protoctivo poliey of Victoria be si.e'eI ly ablandoned, Melbourne will be,o commercially onrtlstlpped. This crucial exaeriment in the politicb-economical history of tfe Austialia cololivs is watcheil with 'iulvirsal interoet,: and the 2'ine is of .-))i1io' that ,there oFa be po doQbt as to tLq rtpult, .

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 January 1874

LWARATAT'i T]EMI'ERAINCE FESTIVAL. Tiri rnnunl gatliheirng if connection with tho order of the Sons of Teiiper!thce in t]his place has ipassed over once more and whatever may boe snid of. the order by some we think the members in TVWaratah have abundant cause for self-congratulation. At, an early hour on New Year's morning. some of the - members mnig"lt be scen hurrying about hither and thither col?eplting .fnlal . rraugenlonts, The flag hoisted at the top of itheo qgttla' iq nlr. Daniel's Grirdens seemencd to invite all to conime and enjoy themselcves. But it was not until about ten o'clock, when the menibers began to gatiher at tile division rooms, that anything ilstlisnnl sctlned astir b;t abont tlhe tile band Which had booreener cngag fpr tho dy,---theo Lambton Brass Band, pit in an appearance and soon after its gay strains wvre to be heamrd enliveninig the place. At n little before eleven the proce.sion was formed and proceeded, headed by the band, down Thigh-street, thence by ...

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

COAL PRODUOTION. 'r we tklce the aroa of Lincoln's, Inn Fillds measured close .'pp 1o theo housoes, at.leven. acres--aboit Lthe diinenosiozns, of the base of tho GrIat, Pyramid-aLud could Mtiic-k tho'coali ias nIatirO has:done' iii the seauus, tlihen,al ys Mr, Warlington Smnyth, in his little wrzik-'ou Coqt andtl Gotl Mlining, ' the I3ritigh coal raised in 186 woul lfdhino tiliut bcicAq dlii block of! the ieighlt of 5,229 feat, hlig:? bnotwdo6n, i:a finointed by another anoin of halfits height. Aguil, taking the disi fr.om ondon to Edinburgbh, 400, mihdles, same quantity siinilarly packed, Wrould bild ag?all the whole way 1' feet .thiidk aild 9' feet high; whilst if put together in the broken stato in whichu coanis comnmonlynusdrri- it would give 'a wall of uioro thn 'double that thick nsLs5."

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

* WAVRAr TAI Oun littlo township ian ippy to tollou, still in a vory favorable statbe 1 huearno cyn,-n plaints either iln bisiiose or wiork.'' All semi to be in a thriving condition, :.Thanks to.our Municipal Council Wo ca'nti-i~vl'tle two tniin thoroughfares with tolorable comfort, Talking of ,anffairsi"municipal roeminds mo thatl the, elections will soon-beo on, and'I think will be rather exciting. Rilmour points,to a numbeor of nsipirnuts for~nldormanolu honors, and it is to bo hoped that whooorislct ued will 'lIWaji the welfarY.:of this lis pdrtiiiiti iiwon'slilp "at hoart, anl not:bo:led away by any porseonal 5potivo8 ' " Tile Waratah School of Arts is an institu tion of the past. A conference held this evening represented by three Aldermen, Messars. IHiarpr, WVood, and James, and the follopwilg members of thoe Conntittee, of Schiodl' f Artts,. Messrs. Board, W?Viiteman, Dewhlilrst, Mt'Michael, Page, and Thornton. The Sulb-Comnlmnittee of the lMnnicipal Council, ca,-sistifig of...

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

LUs EL ___~7i3~~~.1·~_ - ~~ y ~m -J J ·C , o .. -A-r J. SHEPHERD, PRACTICAL GUNMAKIER. |TO th1e Inhab1:tant of TVallseud, Lthllmtonl, 1Vsratah, and tihe Mining Township ~.--Gatlemen, In returning thanklls to • yonr yatr:ouage for the !last ?wenry-sevcl years, I beg sitate for our information, that I hLAVE RECEIVED, per Ship "DILBLUR," A'SPLENDID iASSORTMIENT OF DOUBLE AND SINGL GUN , JNIUDE JY' ONE OF T'HE JES2' ENGIES IAK1tERS. Which I intend to SIEIL rAT AS LOW A 1;RIGE AS ( AN BE EL " T LD for a Really Good Article. SSportsmcn purch.sh·i g Gt.ns Iromi mL can tee the (Guns S ot ita, or shl. t with thi m themselves. previous to makingtheir pilrec aees. A WVIITTEN GUAIAN ~'I is Given w.th Every Gun over a certain pl ~rice, anid KIEI'T IN IN E'AIIR IFOR T\\I]VLV~IE (12) (ONTHS, Frece of ]Expense, and EXCiiHA.ruED, if recquired.-Also, SNII1E (AARI1HNINES, seeoudil-hand Silngile anrd Dounble Gun, Cartridge Ca.es foz Breech-Loading I)oblle G?uns (loaded and utitllocded), Rlevolving P'is...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE PALMER RIVER RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

-TH.-.P- . AlME - RtL-E-..S ISrL - (From the !enl4di Aistvalion, Boerkc, Jan. S.J IT ris now ov'efi ighlt weeks since the prosoipe -tors, says ai torreoepordeit,r arrived (on the Panlmer, followed by abc.ut 100 men and twice as'many horses. In spite .of all the caution given by. thoprocpector-? respecting poor gold, and dthe: probability, of shlort supplies, many canl:e iwith jnst as nitich as served them for the journey, b'oiqt two woeKls. 'Since then others have comeband sonire gone, and, with the exception of a'few who sold their scanty supplies, all tle bthers must either return or starve, cboisequently?they-left and ianniymore must leave. There are now about 250 men here, and not supplies sufficient for more than one-kalf of. that number, unless drays arrive before the rain sets in. A few cwt. of flour which canne was speedily bought up at 2s. per lb. Mir. Edwards, of the Etheridge, brought in some CO.fat cattle ten days.ago. ' lie hills the last of them to-morrow, and I hear t...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COAL IN GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

S COAL IN GIPP8.LAND. lauAnnioe the discovery of coal in Gipp's Latnd, theo following telcgram appears in the Auetralasian:-P!' A splendid . block of coal Afrom the Excelsior Mine,.uear Hazlewood, six amiles from the proposcd railway line, was brought to sale. The seam:coimuences thib, widening/to 2 feet at a depth'of 8 feet. There are several seams. Tihe main deposit is a seanmof hard coal 31 inches thick, resting on clay and sandstone. Above this are 8 feet of inferior shale, with :numerous thin seams of coal making into thicker serms. There is bveryp obability'that a seam 8'or 10 feet thick will be struck, as all the seams dip one way. The quality of the coal is very god, especially 'r gad purposes.: 'It gives a (:mch ,qreater heat tl an'charcoal.': It- 'is intended to pliace themuiine on the market! Sevidrji lanks' of ilceh lroi ore hbave also boen fdu~i: Tweilvt onstoF boal have ptn rarise to t swurfac', •. - -mo;

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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