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EXPORT OF COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
IF XPOJT O1 COAL. . : The expiort of coal' from 'Newcastle for the .~i'ek dhding.3'iiday; Mhy 22nd, amountd: to 18,713 ton-' --501Ftoins of which were shipped tor syney';n3700 .to.Mulbourne ; 3G1 to Adelaide ; C45 to nsllanroo ; o255('o N'w Zenlaluid; 470 to Launc,ston ;. 08 to th'eClnarcridc'ivdri ; 3486 .to Sin' Frnicisco : 1000 t6 Singllpore; 622 'to-China ; 532 'to' the stmnners i;' and 83 forlhomrno consumptionu. Tlu A. 'A Co. diqpatclhcd !174( , tons, iWallsend J t70,; ;Lumbtou '2123, War'itislh 35,32, Oo-operative Co;' 2803, New IiimtbtonO 2022, Anvil' Orcek 517 torns. .'''', export Of coke iunionted to 21 tois fromni the A A. A'Co.- 17.toustoo.NewZecalnnd, und l 4.tons to Sydney.
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
I snaiby .tle;); (Cqgment, Grazette: that .thei . North.road fromILtnibtonittbi :,iamilton'hhs ibeen proclaimofedJ.bl C tlero is notioine iord :about athel SotLLhttor .N ew LamL'ton roid. 'We fully expected tlhit boili .onds .would jpose, the Ninister aid 'Mr, H~nncll/e giving nis another littl eexlibition :'oft their fnstaidj lloose, principles.' :Wo are ,arenbeutto.iiimakoe a wund for ourselves, :between this, tobwn anud 'Hamiltoi. Som' of thlio lhnbitants of.theo latter ~jlaec'nd' Adiiniiston ''fi n v o-'5ork hele, are goeii ? t?sidtius' u th o 'a. foi pa , imnilar to that li.etween tho lolicolo it and the Sebe ;"' Tins pit 'as Ift nall da' Ni' Jndo . June On, 1874.":' 1, . * .. ,;. ..1'. ' ^*' **»I I.;** . * . **-* :. ,':!! T. -^V^I i
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
Lartest Ditrtict News.L (PROM OUR VAIlOUS COIRE5'OBNDtRsNT) LANBTON. A PUBLIC meeting was held at the TAambton Railway Crossing, on Monday evening last, on the Main Road question. There was about. 150 present. Mr. T.e Hardy was. moved to the chair. The Chairman said that the meeting hlad leell convened by. the Committee, appointed by them, on the 6th May last, for the purpose of taking further steps to obtain a main road via New Lambton. The committdeliad done. overything in their power towards gaining the object for which they were appointed, and now wished to submit a report of tlheir pro ceedings for their approval- or otherwise: . He then called upon the Secretary, to read the report ofthe committee, also the petition. Rteport of Committeeoo appointed by the publio mceet Ing held at the Lambton railway crosig on S6th, 1874, for the purpose of ttkinglfnrtlhro S- itp towards obtaining a main road ve New Lambton. Your comnmittee.beg to report that they,'met on 7th May, and napointe...
POETRY. BALLAD FOR THE TIMES. "William Ewart Gladstone, England's Manliest Son.' [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
BALLAD O, TrE TIMIEB. 11llin am Ear Gladstone, England's: Manliest son. I.vledihalii; the glamining broadaword 1u·lihi ut eern. id mighty hand,,' . : Lr.uLidthoolowithe hydra rmonters " o rte. mpic.a?? of the land.... -l nntsfol l;efore llim,: : 0 n:.gdbeoam'i iy p eiinldelo 'er, , . .AilitarilHs had his death wound; , - Envy throueeI their faction tore, '"rW;?%ords.df feolest'hate and ruin u m ' :'.imeW th3ey t rthel?hero brave,: " Raved w:ith madneis' wildest clamour,".. STototered to unhonoured grave, -" Glad :the people of the nation . . 'Looked when stricken were their foes;- ' ,'..And whcin:joyiog in their gladness, ' : ,Danger dire and iudden rose. - Stealthy marched the subtle foelen : Througb sol cjuairors. of the lInar Only hero and there betraying , :.. Noticoof ai hostile band. :. - En'dlessiidlgoh, ciforts.lde d hind . ,\ Naitioiins nhicst belt ?i31liscaiuds,. " " G? ag 'd and nmllified:tlko: nind.' i Laic low were these mnighty monsters :: So33ut s. troop of friends mi...
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
, -.', .... • ', ::.: T lB i . *". ; . " .. . I AMr iappy to state that signis of progiries are ]becoingie very day inore apparot, in this plhicd;eanidi? Wi'?hoeiloo forwiard to .li'reanliza .lion-of;the same glorious'state of tilings that existed when .Minni was. in its prime, before imany weeks pass away. Now buildings are igoinigup' ini' sveral pl1'ces,'and old adtn dilapi. dated one. are rapidlybcrilrg? reliovaidd.l , i ., fi ilhip lefilre.oponed his hoa biusilbss promises an Saturdna lnast uildeor thle iMna of tio '" .Ooiumerceial .Stp'Cs," with a very neat I'tbck bf'goneral goods,,.aud is Mr. H1Iefii' appearS .to .bo we!l lU)cd, ' Ih'o no doubt hle will'ao well.' Mr. Minar]k Fryar.. df'roin Wallsend, opened hlis now public-house .unider .lhe;.sign of tith '? 'linbr'· A?'.uis"' tomne: weboks baclr,'e hand la conimnmded ,I-;gopd trade psjicm:.; -Le" lins got ane xcllntly. situated a c mnducrnodoios, Ihoiuse, thicre b'ei i.g.abnclanld of. 6',iomid a :iia .accoui intion ,for trave...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
irC Li ItisCett~letttS1·..r-· :il 'Valih'lsn Protestant Hall COuqnpaly 0NII K~~ of tiae C)~jTTII gio~.l l ,N o , o_ . .- .f., ,-?, RI ?OI(ZTAILY.'wl~i bo IIIA~T'IrEl),?Nal? at. MiT~ "'OTTEH'RW CM LITERY IJNN, Wallsdncl,' on IIONDAY .EVENING, ;thd 8Th TIsr.iNT, from 7 till 9 o'oloek p.m., for- the purpose of ALLO'ING, iSIARES in-theo AlOVhE l COMP tNY arnl T.'?-I 'OEIVIN'GDEPOSITS ON S 1 It i? '',-,la : ,B rdyottte}M ',I ·'i: ttbcratidttitt '1: ,-, To BlaentiitIhs.' t -ANTED,- a ?ACKISMITH nd STRIKEl. SFor parti ar apply:to. i:JAMiES. C'UMMINGS, At the Co-operative. Colliery, W.lis -enc : . ,MyV8Wallsend. "'alis'tnd ,9lh May, 187,4. ' " ""- ' 361 : ?: · . ' T~lo lilr lt'l yets's?' -'. ;: i To I1rk5 aLers m ENDERS will bere ived unitil W]DNEBDAY, . tle 3r -of J NEXT, for UUILDIG'. a IOILER dnEETA. : , " SFor eprt rs ply to, JA r IES FLETCHER 3Co-ojierative Collery,. 5362 ". urisend. Ten Shillings Rewyard. THE above ¶pytfL -lgivr1' tc any one BRINGING ' C in a BA MARE, branildd PF. on ...
WARATAH. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
MIUNIIPL COUNCIL; TIu .isu.l for t.i.giAly ? nActia.....of t "-o ab?-o tooki pliiace onl dy M d ithe 1st.instant i; l. Pr sent The Mayor.(G , WVallace, Esq.), AldIdr mnion Watson, iTurnorin?l?8icel I-IHarper,. James, and: Moody.i'-.liit?i? tf preovious meoting wore rcad and confirmried. 0 ·.*' ..·.··.( POflh5 con sowNworid ,'lLett'or.senitto m?anager ?Vn ratih Coa C om'eb , i.ny, snouit crossing:liPi oiiinlMailtTli?l" ?? as orderedn by Couicil. FINAnaiR coNJMrTTEilt .The Chairman (Aldermnan I-rpor) brought '9 .tie repqrt of this conmniiteo, iecomnmendn ing ~fer payment the followifng. accounts : lapay-het, ~t19 l1Os; 1 ilot, printing, 4 19s. ':ld.:'; Irecund, fodder, £4 '14si' 7i1:; medicine Iferhliorq, I~s. Gd. total, £~20 s. 4d ., lbCbaiiran moi oed; aind Aldernman Wpt1 qon .secode4, That .:the .ridport be.:adpptedb (Clartiod. :r .r I'he Connell. rosoved itself into a' 'iiiit °tit.ihe whole tp stake into consideratio?ithe overeoat?es report. i',Overseer reporte?!?the,necessity of ...
MR. MACDONALD, M. P., AND THE SCOTCH MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
MR. MAODOYALD, M. P., AP TAD HE •. :SCOT'CIH llN'ERS.' A i:rEaTINo of Scotch miners' delegates wa's -held in Glhsgoiv this weeck. The roeports submitted showed that in Ayrshire :ll the notices of a roduction of'wages had boon with drawn, but at a number of wolks' in Lanark shire and Mid and East Lothian notices of a decrease had been given. . it was reportcd by the dolegato- froim Overn·owton thti ' a miner :had' boen disuissed firom one'df the collieorie;s for having collected subscriptions to'issist 1ii defraying Mr. Macdonnld's election expeisesc -Mr. MIacdonald, M. P. for Stafford, said he was pleased to learn-that Ayrshire men wore not to have their ,wages; reduced, and he thought the employers had exhibited miuch wisddm iii withdrawing the.notices. Referring tod qiestions relative to the annitary conditioni of the miners, 'he said Mr. Disraeli stated some'time ago that tile sauitary condition of the pedljle was one of. the objects that ought tb engage the, attention :dof state...
WOMAN'S DEVOTION: OR THE LADY OF CASTLE RANNACH. CHAPTER III. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
WOMVIAN'S DEVOTION: -----OR . TiHE LADY: OF CASTLE. RANINACH. By REDLEGS. -i' ·; " %? i ,-: ? .: I/ CHA·PTER I·~.~ O ntiz)P ift I . t k iOnIri-nild'l. gsdi Margaret, taking in A liebr liand'th burnig. hands of Helen. .. ·, Arehib'hifJla siJtev'r loved me I" . .. -: iH'ie ' yio u-8 *' ,I tfell you, cried my sister; Withl a mn .ovenhtmofs"pitnce, " and you, perilpsyo ; ye i.m .fo"'Un atrrina t 'i g fi ' has tiod you so ?" sanid Malirgaret, ising in terror.: S 'Youn love hi.rn. then," murmureod Helen, in a smotheired bice falli?i lack iiujon tli: bed. ;'. By ;the sombre liglht: which these rapid words had cast upon their hearts, each of these n ih ywji'i.orenfi seenfied:b ?Be beforehi?r' tile Snccmimlisthlifit-ofh eri destiny. M, : .Irs:. CraigChad .'-tot,: ind eed, , up to ;that moment, felt any strong lori: for Archibald. 8She .e.ep'erfpfci, Pfd# ":hi=m,. no -?doubt, a;deed an_ d/'d tender. "affeptis6n,.i.esembling love;,for., all .the affections of that possionate.soul took, in smni...
COLLIERY VILLAGES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
OOLLIERY ,VILL-AGES:IN ENGLA ND. " (FI-om tnde eNewcnatle l'eek?y/ CTrohtcle.) A PAlPRi lately read _bafoioe the Society of Medical Oflicers of Heaonlth contains some valuable information regarding the sanitary arrangements prevalent in the colliery district of Durham. When coals were first worked in that country, the price obtained for them barely covered the l-cost of mining, so that pit-owners more frequently lost money thain inade it. From this it resulted that they could not afford to erect substantial cottages for their miners. The general rule was to throw up temporary shinties near the pit mouth, without regard to any consideration excepting proximity. These wretched hamlets etill con stitute the majority of mining villages in certain districts of Durham. Built in two rows, with their backs only a few feet apart, the squalid cottages form a narrow gully, into which abominations of every description are thrown, there to remain until disintegrated by wind and weather. Mr. Hawl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 3 June 1874
Thc "Aylvisitint vIs of' A~dvertising. .'Mn. .TunoisHoIb66AV'lthe inivhitor of the renowned " iollownay'sPdsPil anl Ointmenlt", thus givy es a lrizfsflttch of lhis comumencemeit' anid piogress -- ( '" 'o ?,any inaccnracies having beeniwritten and quotdd concerning the origin and first appearanc- ofrua.iily mnedicines. that I:. ani sid nced to?apply'tho following few facts to :those:whom tliey may iinterest. It was on the '15th: of'October1-i837, that my ddvertise ments appeared. The medicinmeme were not offered to the public, oi indeed knoiwn to them, ditil this period.- M'y begining was in a small way--my task very diffictilt and' dis heartning. I mniny add, as a proof of may early disc?uiragengents, that I had expended in:one week the sum' of £100 in advertising anid in varioum other-ways for the purposes of imy business, and i ohly sold in that time two small pIotis of.'oinmientt- II fact, no polerson would then have accepted .the mnedscines as a gift. I had to piractice the umos...
POETRY. THE LASS THAT LOVES A COLLIER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
PO.ETRY. T''IIE LASS T'HAT LOVES A COLLIER. N ow l'm a young las - -twenty-nne, (ndoorl-locking, strong, and Ihealthy; * I tlhinktit'e time I had a'ann, I've iller hut no wealthy. u- itd onyv t lad has sl?eeMi d my'price, Home o' usen say. I'm owre nice ; S]' please myscl' anti ha'e may choice, -I'll tak'-nriuue but a collier. Fo6 a collier lad is my de?lghlt, To be my comfort day and night; Although he's black• hi, tiller's white, I dearlylo'e a collier. My father was a c'ollier bred, -And at' his kin before him ; 'That's how I dearly like their trade; 1'll tak' nae man before him. For collier lads are frank and free. SThey tak' their lasses on their klnee; And sweet their cherry mou's they pree, I dearly hIe a cullier. S I hae scores o' sweethearts at command, 0O' evey trade you'll mention ; Tne try and gain my heart tand hand, E]ach tries their nin invention. f The joiners, masons, aind black squad, Tae gain my love are running mad; I'm wase tue see them-look so sand, ,hut still ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
Rl~riSdiclrtiSmitatts To iSlacksniiths, . YI"jTA i'E), a ILLAOK~II'I andi S'IRLIKICEf FVor palticulnars apply lo JAIMES (JU Il~aGS, : Atd tlhe Co-olporantive Colliory, Wallsend. \Wallsn:n, 29tll Many, IS74. tl '7"ANT~D'' I TO SILL ~ .QUA N'TI'TY of Y O UN?. S ' • . OlANhGI andl Other FU1''IT TitEER. Alaso a qupIltity of the early American hose Potatoes, fo- seed, which alre alle to he useld 7 oweeklts after pllanting. Aly?p1 to 370 'JOHN LU.\.S]ll?, lBrookstown. -----~-----"-----I To Brickiek: yers. rlENr"DE R will be roici?old until .V?DNESDAY, S o rId anv of .T.vi ?ONN Xr, fior UILDINC B DOILER SEAT, at fl RITA. Foir iprticinllr.s apply to J?A . ES. FLETCIIER, SCo-operativo Oolli?nd.o '1(12 W alliscnd. i 'oBilder,.. rr"1ENI~PlS ARE WAN'T.ID 1TO ETEoCT A .•I W T'l\THER110O.1Dl) HOUSE, at \Valluend. 1 .For ali ulanlarsi aiply ti . .GEOIG:C E BrOADIIlEAD • 74 W .,, ? . " %alisendl. R14O. Reward.~cl I IBE nbove RIloward will liogiven for hiformation . thrt wl ll fnd to 1ho Oonvtimion ...
SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
SALE O1 IOUSIEHOLD FLT)HNIR'IrTE. k,c As will be soon .by aln advertlsonont in another column,, ?,r. J. C. IDonarious will soiell by auction, at MTr. Johnsen's oshop, \nlleond, on Monday next, at twclve' o'clock, the whole olf hIis stock-in-trade, of household furniture, irotunongorsy, crocklcy, nod .l.sndr.iss ; anl also the remanisler of his lease and good-will of busincess. -' `~~'~ ~'~'""" '-"~-~-!
BENEFIT TO MR. MOR[?]IS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
.5cNc1VT 'To .' .I N O. - 111 1.. Wc feel IImuch pleasuIIre .i-i reminding our readers that an mcertainmenLlLt, of L dramaticL, Instrumentlal, and vosaT kind, will take plhce this evenin aut IHarris' Assembly Uloomus, for tlC benelcit o 'Ir. lMorris, Iaudnaster of the \Vallsedl MBand. l'he entertainiteit will comtucence with an overture by the band, after which a nmelo-dramu, in three acts, ultitled " T''he Ruose of Ettrick Yale," will he in trodluced by the Vallsend Asmateui Dlramatic Club. Thle interlude will comprise an ovuerture by the hand, a corllet solo ("'1'he Last Rose of Snummer") by Mrl: 'Morris, a carvatinla ('t Lucrctia Dorgia") by a gentleman amnateur, pnloforto solo by Mr. J. .J. Wells, dlance by Ir. C. hos., and sever al l Iladts by MIessls. T. H. Davies, ]l. lMadtlison, and a gentlceman ailatuotr. 1Fremn the high esteem ill which iMr. -'Morris s held, as a private gentleman as w?ell Ias instructor of mtusinc, thlrbughout the dis trict, we feel con?lident tlhat the p...
District Balance Sheet. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
D?istrict Balance Sheet. MR. JOHN WOOD has kindly forwarded us the balance sheet of the Col Miners' Mutual Protective Association, H.R.D., for the quarter ending April 23rd, 1874, which we publish for the information ot our readers. It is as follows : INCOME. 1874. a. d. Jany. 1O-'To balance in hand................ 28 19 1 ~Marchl0-To Co.operative levy, ls. per man...... ; .......... . 10 16 b Lambton, ditto.......... 11 0 21- Borehole, ditto............... 15 4 0 Wallend, ditto.............. 20 0 0 Lambton, ditto.............. 11 8 0 Waratab, ditto............... 14 5 0 Aprl 7- KewLambton ditto........ 11 12 O Oo.operative, litto......... 1017 O Anvil COreek, ditto........... 4 2 O Wood ........................ . 0 0 £13812 1I 1874. x a . . a s. a. Fe7-.y'sesretary . salar..7 0 0 J 0- A.j, ofrer. .d~...e........ - Auditor, ............ 0 81-- Secy.'s salary................ 7 0 Feby. 10-- Seven delegates and one officer ... .................... ( 14 0 10-- A. Meoran, one week.... 1 ...
WALLSEND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
W.A.LIjlND CIHO?i? OF A.UThi. I'lie deblLillg chlaui of the u?ltive inszitution met as aniunlu.cd on Wedesday evcling last. Over sixty Ip'erol28 (Itdics mzld gentlcemenl) wcrep rcsent toheanr lthe debatce. ,e arlle pleased to notice so many of tlhe ,ltbli.c, who are not inclebcrs of the itlstitution, comiing in on dlebating nights, as their prscwncc enncurag s the debaters. Ve were also tulllch Ipleased to see them endiavouriiag to iorvwald such a lohile class by tlhecir presence, as un doubtedilfthe presence of ailies at a debating class, whic]h meets to receive an cx:hnnge of opinhins on various subjects by tlhe spcnlaers, is calculated niot only to improve the social stoildHing of tile class, but also improves the spelecheis delivured, as speakers will stuady and deliver a speoch in greater taste when tlhey knows the fair sex are to Ie l)resentl.. \We would suy to ourl ladiLs-co:ntiinue to oceourage iy your preseucue lthe dcbating classr. i:r. :1barnes, Vice-Pr sident, in the iun...
Death from Injuries Received by a Fall of Coal. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
Death 'froln IInjuries Rteceived by :-"a Fall of Coal. * COROKERl'S INQUEST. I. our last issue we gave the particulars of an ac cident thait ha;pelned to a miner named Jamles Hall, at New i allsend colliery, Catherine Bay, on Molnday last, and briefly at?'ed tlhat the u'.fortu nate man died from the oeffects of the aIceidelt at Mr. Lundy's Grapes Inn, \Wallsend, on .Tuesday evening. On Vednesday Insat an irnquest woe held on the body by the coroner for the dlistrict (A. A. '. 'ighe, Esq.,) and a jury of twelve, whenl the sab joined evidence was adduced : George David deposed : 1 am a coal miner, and employed at the New W\allsend colliery at Cathe rinle Bay, oim the sea coast, about thirty miles fronm Wallsend; I knew the deceased, James Hall ; hle. was a coal mlliner, atnd worked in the same colliery ; he and I worked together as laltes; on 01 oi 'ly7 last hlie and I worke there togetlltr, and bIetween teli and eleven o'clock onl that day a lquanltiy of coal fell from thie rolof anl...
THE RESULT OF THE ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874
TIE U ItAUL'T' OF TUE AitIllJTntATIX. eVo havo brdon ordittably. ilfolrmcd that both partlcs,z viz., the • mrnlPtt4 antl thd niiilors,'aRd prfootly satistlod with thu decision of tihn albitratol's ip" poinlted tc sttlo tho lat dlsputo ant th ] Borholo" co1l.er c ' .. to, sight nistnkoa?/|lus.boeli cnlleacV attlon l toi tqsh Mr. .0. lVVndshizp, viz., "'ho' arbitratorn lxod the pi'c for workllnlg the No, I a-lley hlorsd tond, at .7s JIe, yard lwhi the rico I asked by lint idiod tiltmattlvos+,ws wiql ly dl.?por Ylpyard" This m~trk?" Occtirr l "thMugh/ .!? ?rbitl'(trs+no: ++ka~b;;;(l~ta ltO plo al ++ "°