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Miner's Meetings. New Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

M-Ninzer's Meeting's. New Lambton Mliners. Tui monthly meeting of tile miners of the New Lambton Lodge was held at Mr. Lowe's New Lanlbton lnn, on Tuesday evening, 2nd inst. There was a very goodl attendance, nnd the ne tLing was very orderly. Mr. .ioln Wood, General Secretary of the Miners' ULTnilon, was present. Mr. .J.ohn Davis, in t.he abr:ence of the lodge chairiatan, occupied the chaiti. Mr. T. Hardy, secretary, read andti ex iained tile aliitties of tile lust meeting, which were confiirmed. A discussion then took place as to tile best means of forcing files for non-atte.idance at the ,sonthly meetings. It was then. pllroposed and. seconded " That each man be allowed one month to pay his fills, anid if lie does not pay it tihen, that an extra fine of (d. be inflicted. If it is not ithen pjai, the case to be.considered at the first monthlly meeting."'-Cirried unani iousily. - Mr. T. ~HIardy then said that hlie and A. Stewart had seen the anllager, as apolinited by tlhe last mee...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SUPPOSED ATTEMPTED INCENDIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

* HUPIaOiBt I Airl'E PTID JINUI'NPDiAl Early 6T,"?Mollnday joruilg iastob? some aliolloios pa.'. ,pfi sat flre}taa',stable, liiloalizigtg' tli;o?'Ji.w.I.tur. naini, at Big Swamp, noea' WVall Indi?? poIs sti oad the attempt wasninBdIQL wih the vicw of ia~S inolg .R~ vnl V~fll~o rn'allorfiac Whliailt iu u~uailh' kopbjr!intl'th :tablo, but lon thls pthlatt'tizlj'lxi6 ht' hadt bocMi ra tno,'od. By an advorti~omouat: olsolhodo it'.il be s~een tlhat r. MIumnailn off?ers areward of.010forin forinmtion that will lead to the :onvlictton off the guilty parties.t t t of the,

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Greta Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

- 4rieta Miinirn. -nlln first iljonthlly nleetinlg of tile. G -eta miners was hi:l at Greta on .Tlesdlay, tile 2: d-inHtantt; "Mr.,Jose'ph Bird inn tf?nehloir.' ThILe niliutes of previoius iinyting were read and cilmirned. * Tlhe Chlirmain tlani 'called llednl" ithe .,ec? retary to, call the roll.-On tile roll beIing. called, all absent nmembers were fined 2s. Gd. After locilut .rnttjs lhad bIeen ,liseCised, the delegate was ca'led lupon to s.lubmnit hi, report of c,,nllference inl, delegate IneetiLngs. Thel rleport of tile conferinee was snubmitti d filst. LT.le 'difnerent plinces in ,li.puite at ti.e lIrehole was tllhen exllalinenl, when the meet jg clnc?nrred in thle iactioni of the conference i riplpointil?ng a ouard of arbitrators. The mniinutes of thie delegate meetiug were then rea andn explainned. Tlhat relating to Mahlo was first dealt withl. No far in this case it lhas bIeen considereil the correct thing to give full p)articiularIs, every speaker's name, anid spleecllh. Th...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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FOLEY'S FOLLY, HANGING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

' I'OL.EY's FOLTY, HAN.di hOOK; J In our last issue we stated that.thle claiii hlld'bliv Mr. Jarman, of Slnglofin, nt thlis place was bringing upquartz Iwlileh'wo~ld criishli 100 dwtq. to the ton.' This is:ain error. It should hlavebcen 100 oie., which must be rngardod, by,overyoQe as;,someothilg extranordinary, it this' rct , C.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Municipal Intelligence Wallsend Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

M'urnicipal InltelligenOe WYaHsend Council. THE Wallsend Municipal Council met at Harris' Assembly Rooms, on Thursday even ing last. Prese nt: The Mayor, Aldermen Neilson, Birrcll, Walker, Hogg, Laing, Curry, Richardson, and Harris. The minutes. of the preceding meeting read and confirmed.+ COnaRSPONDENE.-- A letter from Mr. Buxton, one of the valuators, asking for a plan of the Municipality, so that it might assist him in making the valuations; also a letter, from Mr. T. McKay, of Newcastle, wishing to become a candidate for the' offico Qofsurveyor, at the following terms, £1 I1. per day, with the assistance of one labouring man, he providing the other. Alderman NEILSON moved, " That the ap plication of Mr. McKay be accepted." He thought Mr. McKay was the very person they required, as he was well acquainted with the municipality, having made several surveyes here; and he had also surveyed several of the other municipalities in the district. Alderman WALKEIR seconded'the motion, whi...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WESLEYAN CHURCH, DARK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

W* 'EeL.YAN O-iIUIio, DA (-REKiK.. C ,, *3y an advertisoment in aiotlhr coliim:i', it will'bu, seen 'that the: nnulivcrsary .soiilnois. '"in coiseotion -witlh tr bovoabov clhurih.will' bo proncihed'taormorrow '(Sunda3); molngng"af:ornbou., and 'evening,' byli tlid luv;:.E. D.itadgwlck, o61' Morputh. On tho Moni day following the usual ten anlpibllio meeting wilil be holdl whien'anddressoes will be delbivorod jy thel Revs. .J. H. Gauid, E. D. Mnadg?ick,.I ?1'Kcown •nd othdrs. . . -. "'

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

NEWCASTLE SHIPPINC. VEdSELSB'LOADING AND TO LOAD. Shatton AuIley, ship, l998, 'iekard; loading Walls end " . , ' -. ?., Isle of thle South, iship 821, Le Couitie; to load Vallseud " Canopius, barqune, 765, Rogers.; to load Lambn Dilawar, barque, :1180, Treubath; to load Wnalls end. - Lizzie H., American barque, 896, Babaon; to load Lambton Haddington, barque, 1206, Sargent ; loading Walla o end " Oberon, ship, Williams; to load Wallsend Sea Forth, ship, 1189, iVoodward; to load WValls end Wild-Wavd, brig, 194,. IVilson Essie Black, barque, 281, Sivier Kassa. barque, 324, MoConnachy Jlylton Csqtle, barque, 548, Scott;:to load Co operative Tythonuu, ship,. 1153, Andrews ; to nail Latubton Albura, barqus, 174 Thomas ; to load New Lamb ton Phacton, barque, Gibson Omega, barque, 480, Bruce; to load A. A. Co.. Esk, barque, 413 ; laid up _ - . - -. ? Lutterworth, ship, 883, Clarke; to load Co-opera tive Chanticleer, harque; loading Greta Wemvss Castle, ship; 576, Shields to load Lamb tj~n ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

REMOVAL. B BERLIN HOUSE, , HIGH STREET, WEST MAITLAND. STE WJRT MITCHELL Takes this opportunity of thanking his fricends and the public for their favour and liatronage during the past twenty years, uand begs to inform them that he has REMOVED from Opposite the Telegraph Ofice to thosee more e.tensce .Iemises known as Albexrt Rouxse, fiLbeds Aeade where he will ihave greatly increased facilities for conducting the Several Branches of busi ness' for whick Berlin H"ouse has so lonbg and favourably been known. S. ?1. would also call particular attention to a :CHOICE LOT OF GOODS JUST OPENED which arrived by the Forlward lio, and would solicit an Early Inspection, as they are too numerous to particulhrise in an advertisement. -I...' I Biby Linen, Ladies' and Children'sa Underolothing and Braided Suits in great .variety. M IL LINER Y,. Hats, Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons, Blonds, and Laces. LARGE STOCK OF GLASS SHADES IN GREAT VARIETY. - :o: SE RLIN WOOLS In all Shades and Colors, and every ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Crane Accommodation at Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

Crane Accommodation at Newcastle. A?T the Conference held between the Asso ciated Masterf and the Miners' Delegates, the want of better shipjing accommodation was brought forward by Mr. ALNWICK, the District Chairman. He very forcibly pointed out that whilst vessels were lying in the harbour seven or eight weeks to get loaded, some of the collieries were lying idle as much as five or six days in a fort night because they could not get their vessels under. We have before pointed out that the collieries now in operation in the district, if kept constantly employed, even during the short hours, are capabnle of raising fully one-third more coal than they are now doing. Not long ago one of the coal com panies had between 6000 and 7000 tone of shipping lying in the port, and the pit was idle for four or five days in succession, not even because the vessels were. not in turn, but because several large vessels were lying .under the cranes loadea, in. consequence of the Harbour Master having...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

S ? N m I- A ICE . Y MINMI.AGENCY M/jR. -PHILIP HEFNER, of M.rri, IL has been appointed AGENT for this Journal,' from whom copies oL the Advocate can always be obtained. 'He is also author ised to receive all monies due in that town, and his rceipt will be a sufficient discharge. J. M. SWEET, Pro. Proprietors Miners' Advocate Office, 1st June; 1874. AND AORTIUMBERLAND RECORDER. SSATURDAY, JUNE 6,~ 874.

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THE CO-OPERATIVE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

TaII~COrrP.nATIV]E 3rxrnul.~. .. *At arn'oetingj oi-tbe.·Od-~p~it~o~rniiv zlholw :Iweid. on' T'hursday eve\·ning6 iet, ·eit~~ ps s' d .tiat ~OO· 'cpe fi th Accidentl Funiid~Rnll s '(as revised) be prinlted at the Mjnersl' Arlvwinne office "

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

SLOCAL INTELLIGCENCE.' :' h WALLSFND AND - PLATh'bIaUR .lo The TVaIallsnd nud Co-operatie pidts havo each lostl two shifts sizso· our last isbue.

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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

HAMILTON. [ At sorry to have to report thi death of the eldest danughter of lMr. J. Howie, of this town. This young lady, who was about 17 yeais of nage, has boen anilinlg for a long while, but took worse on Friday last fiomi a severe attack of infiminution of the lings. She died o MIonday nlight, aId was buried on Wednes day. The fiuneral was wo]ell attondedl, especially by young people, showing respect for the deceased, and sympatlhy for the bereaved Spa'rcn ts. Tile iew.pit has not dommenced to draw coal as yet, but steps have been taken to haveo the weigh bridge adjusted and other arrange ments made. The cavo!s will probably be drawvn on Monday evening, and the pit will perhaps get to work early next week. Fonr nominations has been recioved for the office of chlcck-woeighman nt the new pit, viz., Messrs. W. Hunter, Samuel Jones, D. Curtain, and T. Hale. I have nothoard when lhe election will takle place, but I have no doubt when it does come the iens will have no trouble to find...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

WARATAH. ANY individual'who has watched the pro gress ofeveqts that have taken plaoe:in these districts for the last few years cannot but feel thankful at the decision' arrived at at tihe late conference of teio Associated [Masters and tile Miners' Association. The friendly vay in which thle discuission was carried on, and the means taken to remedy if possible tihe grievances complained of, must strike any impartial reader of the reports in.the diiferent journals that it will not be tlhe fault of the employers or the enmployed if these districts will again wit n'ess another strike. Your leader of Wed nesday gives a fair and impartial .approvul of the decision of the arbitrators, and know inap, as I do, the general feeling of 'the miners, I can also' tate.that the decision, had it been contrary to what it was, wbuld have been accepted by the minors. The report clearly shews that the miners work i?ng at thi Borehole have hlad.fill reasons to complain, and it also proves that they migh...

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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

AXVIL O??EEK AND GCRETA. A telegraphl wire, from Newcastle toGreta, wvas completed in tile latter part of last week, anrd works well. This wire will be a great convenience to tile culliery. Hlitherto we wqre ?Pover sure whenl the wrnpgons were onl the road, until the engine lhove in sighlt, and the work ut tile pit; was marny tLimes hindered in conseqeleice, as thie mlliiners bnever cared about going to work anleuss Ihnc weuere wageoo?s enlloughl on the gronind to la t thIe shift. Thi evil will now be remiediel, ,s we can tell themi whereabouts it any time. The Anvil Creek Cuinpany's mine has been fully employed for a long lime.pnsn . -iA new mannnger has taiken chlarge ofthis pit, ir'. Francis to be underground n~nager. 'The company lnas been greatly iindebted to Mr. Francis since he came on tile ground for the indlonitable energy and perseverance nie has displanyed il puslning on the works. TVlhen MIr. ]'rancis took charge thie undergrouind works weret in a sadi state, and I thinn...

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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

BnURWOOD. J.nua Improvement Society met last Thurs day evening, and there being bnt few present the debate was adjourned. It seems as thiouglh no inducoment or persuasion can spur on our young men to aspire to anything higher then the privilege of attending the nightly meetinigs on the.green at the Junction, where the sub jeets debited seldoma have any tendenc?y.to promote morality. The BasL'd of IHole met on Monday even ing with in average attendance. The Presi dent, wbh is an able man in advocatinag teriperaneo to the younrg, related some vory touching anecdotes, mineit of which had come unuder his own niotice, and all ihad arisen from tilhe evils of intemperance. There is a few young* men go there who behlave veoy badly. Thoy hiaveo not the' slightcst'rega'rd for anyone who may be speakiilg, and by their senseoless aiities thiey are continually divertilig thi atten-. tion of' tlht children.; the result is, anythiig thatis sa ail has bnt little effeeat;.uponi them. 15 '_tlld de m'...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

La~test Distri'ct News. (ilOM OUu vAiuIOUs COILscerONDUNTi.). - LAMBTON. SEVEIRAI accidents nhave ccnred: at this colliery lately, which are making a heavy draw oni the Accident Fund. At the committee meeting on Thnrsday night the suin of £.12 was paid away, which is the largest amount that has been paid fo' some time. A collegtion is to be made here this Ipay for the widow apd famiily of the late Robert Wright,'who was killed at this colliery, three years ago. Mrs. Wright has beein ailing for srme time and han not been able to do any * thing towards maintaihing herself and family, and has been solely depending upon her brother, Mr. James Johnson, who has kept them ever since the death of her husband. It lias long been talked of to make a collec tion for this family and now that the oppor tunity has presented itself, I have no doubt hnt- our men will come forward (as they do always on such occasions), and gi.e their inite towards assisting the family of one, who was respected by all...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Lambton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

Lanmbton Counniel. THE abov? Council met at their Clainmbers on Tuesday' evening last. Present : Th'J'e Mayor, Aldermen Dainty, Yates, Screens, Maddocks, and Goodhew. Thie eiuinutes of tle prieceding meeting were read and confirnied. CORItIREBSPIONDItNCE. Letter from Mi*. Stoker, asking perumis sion to take up some drain pipes in Alfred. street, Notlth Lambton ; from Mir. Hartley, asking permission to cut a drain' across tle footpath to drain his allotment- at Grove Town, at the same timne binding himself to make goodany subsidence occurring here after; M]r. Timms, complaining of great quantities of water passing under his house in Howe-street; MIr. W. Conn, as trustee of tile Wesleyoun Chapel, asking to.have a bridge put over the water course, crossing from tile main road to the entrance of thee said chapel; ]3asil Spence, Esq., treasurer, on the matter of funds. Permission was granted to MIr. Stoker, srubject to a condition. P)ermission was also granted to Mr. Iirtley to cut the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

(bbcrtisements . MINERS' ARMS, MIN MI. MARK F R Y AR·U has much pleasure in announcing to the nh oiants of Minmi and districtthat he has OPENED THE ABOVE HOTEL, situatecd in the heart of MIinmi township. Firast-class Liquors of every description always on hand, and ample Accommodation for Travellers can be obtained. 363 Ilobb's Domestic MIedicines AND USEFUL REMEDIES FOR COMMON COMIPLAINTS. T?HE Following Medicines SHOULD BE IN , EVERY FAMILY : Hobb's Chamomile and Dandelion .Pills, used everywhere, invaluable for all liver com plaints ; 1s. and 2s. per box. Hobb's Black Currant Cough Balsam has no equal for coughs, colds, and influenza, gives instant relief ; Is. 4. and 2s. Gd. per bottle. Hobb's Vegetable Worm Powders for children and adultsa-the most effectual worm powders yet introduced; Is. per packet. Iiobb's Fluid Extract of Sassparilla, with Dandelion Potash, the great blood purifier. This is a wonderful medicine. 3s. Gd. per bottle. Hobb's Soothing Powders, for Children.cut...

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DARK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 June 1874

DARK CREEK. TuE members of the Wcsleyan Clurnch in this town intend celebrating their anniversary on Sunday. and Monday next. On Snnday...threosermons will be.preaiched-i?y theo Rov.,E. D.Madgwick, of Morpehli ;Obn Miondz a t iihblid ton umeetifig willi '"lield,?' after which there will be a publio moaeting, when addresses will be delivered by several roev. gentlemen. The Lhambton Choral Union, under the able conduc'orship of Mr. T. Jones; will attend and enliven the procecdings by: their splendid singing.. I hear that during the evening it is the intention of the members of the juvenile choir to present their energetic conductor, Mr. George $mith, with a copy of Cassell's illustrated Bible, with part of the prize money which they obtained at the late Eistoddfod. This, therefore, promises to.be an interesting meeting, and will no doubt be well attended by friends froi Lambtoi and. Wallsend. .

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