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POETRY. THE BELEAGUERED CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

. -" 1 Y..OB..,' R-Y-,' -,, S THE BELEAGUERED CITY. 3Y HEN2Y-wAuSWOrlTH LONGrELaIW. . -, ; I Ihave read in some old mnarvello'u tiale Son'i legend strange and vague, Thae a umiinight host of spetre pale . B:.. -Beleag?bred the walls of Prague. , * ;"Beside the Moldau's rushing stream, - ' "With the wan moon overlhead, *- " There stood; as in an awful dream, . The army, of the dead. White as a-sea-fog, landward bound, .. The spectral camp was seen, And, with a.sorrowfal, deep sound, '' : The river flowed between. . " No other voice nor sound was there, N' o drum, .nor sentry's pace; . . . The mist-like banners clasled the air, ' As clonds.with clouds cmbrace. iut,- when the old cathedral bell P. *... .Potclaimed the morning prayer, The white pavilionn rose and fell S.. Of i'the alarmne air. ':; Dos wn the broad valley fast and far >.i . ... *Tha troubled army fled; U p rose the glorious morning star,"' .: . i .. Th ghastly host was dead. . I have reid, in the marvellous heartof ma...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest Telegrams. CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

.3e( Fronm our: own *C'oJ rengondent.) - - ABLE- I ffAGl.I Uhl~~~~~· ~ i I''" ' I S ......LONDON. t, .. . s:" * u June (6. In the wool niarkot. comppotiton;iWitinues uto be extremelyg 'igorousi~,iundprice~earei ;very firm. 224,000, hales haive;'bon b sobld. 1 he French demand, i largeprandphonebi byorsare ope? tin "gmore freely- , ,rVr,. I P. a g, . ,•.-.-.L ,:- . . ?..? ! ,.s The tin markot~-is:1firmi; withlharfifdenng: prices. Stas ;tri qu totp~iat' £IOI% Austra lini at £97 to £Q8 . c.A ital-1 & j iThere" he, b.;npi a.reoovery, in.nrthellcopcpn: miarket. Large su?ob?eo.Chilan. 've! been, madi lat 77 to ,78. 'ilho l fresent:casli qiuo tatioirs for' A?eu ralian copp)q are :o8(io I£87.,

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE CRISIS IN THE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

THIE ORISIS IN THE LABOUR " ' , MARKET. - . ;, : TiE, National. Agricultural Laboiurcrs' Union, :n Satuirday, received official information, that at Alsteadll ESsex, 300 imore labourels were t.hat- day-locked-ot t.r.^Theio are now over 8,000 on the funds, and the opposition of farmers shows no sig~s ofldecrasing.." Mr. Aich on Satiriday retuii' d to'Loarnington froni a tour. through thli"-Dorbyshire mining, districts, solicitiung help for th lockod-out. labourers. The mincrs eveirywhere- he states, eprtessed hearty 'syympthy 'witli the aInboureis, and arantod a weekly levy' of 9d. per muemiber, so long as th' struggle, conutinues.,. :.Th·e- strain on- the Union fiids ,''.61,500 .per 'eek, is inccessarily severe; "but.tlio. ,Exectitive6 ara olfideiit- they ;ill be sustainepd throughout,. tlie struggle. "Mr. Arcl iwill on Tuesday .visit New Mairld'f whicli' is tlin' ceiCtre of the lock out, anrid a m'oniste?; 'ldeniousttration will b.o held.- 'If thoe striggle.lasts .iumi.h longor .th...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

SMEL BOURNE. .Monday. MrJr. Thosipson'si Deerlhond won the .lSuin bury ~Stakts at the coursing match. ;.,- , The Ptharos has returned to King'sIslaiid,. liot havi,"' fond any more survivors.: Sik? hculie hi.re buried. On one was foilnd .!a draft for £400. . . - :The Filgate and. Australian Jockey .Olub libel. case, arising ,out.of Randwick racing niatters, still occupies the Court.,: Mr. Ire. land is leading counsel for the plaintiff; Mr. Higinbotham for the defendant. The reading of the evidence taken by a: Commission in Sydney occuplied the greater part of the day. The Gtilgong Racing Club-hlas fixed .thli fi~st Thursday. and Friday in February for the SDpring meeting.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

SYDNEY. or 'ltiesday. In: the SUpierno Couri, Sydney, on Mon daiy, a now trial iwas granted in thoe case " 'lilpote and iiif ,Bishop ofNTweiastle." Wallsoed Cod iaea a little wcakot; Nialks have ben.done, at l1,band offeted at 15.i : .., schooner W.illiam, from -ewcaqtle,, bon 4 t Melbourne withl a caugo of coal, put into port yesierday, having anatained damage I t o' hor rudder, ,which .compelled her to bear tip nort ie P

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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CAPTURE OF A BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

The '1'ihnt seoi( I cekll Yeie s oys CAu netheutii telegrani; received just ae. wo. were going to press, states that Filinerty, supposed to hai e bceiv Co .erned with another iln a boshrangisig exploit in this.,district,; has, heen arrested near : urat, in Qoerndslanid. This man is known] to-have pnassd, ntea-ctnmimn; the cheique tikcun from * Mr.V RW Munro,qit the recent sticking-up of the' Warialcd mail-coach. Finnertylidziddtted his copin city in that robbeiy, and his captors hsad probab13 brougl downutwo very filno.irds with one stone .The c seversinceanii dnactivity ot the police in this instanic decmend the wivamcst coinnicildatioui.

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THE PRICE OF COAL IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

THE P?'LRI OF COAL -N EINOL-ANDP. Tlhe EuropeuL .SJail, just received, says.:--At this tiie Inst year tho country was "inimated with n feeling of bitter complaint 'aains't tlie lilgh' price tlhen ruling in the coal imarket, n?d cailled loudly for redress. A. Parliamentan y irquiry failed to dis pens, the necessary; relief, but thei natural course ofr evnts since theli have chnnged the dominant spirit of the triaile into quiet submirsionr of the sur rodnlindis. , An increased productioni" and a de creased consumption hae booeen alike .active in pro lucing a closcr.relation,between the' supply and tihe demand ; uind now we find tha1t, although coal is yet too dear, it is from 2S' to'30 per' edh't cheaper .thmi it..was tielve nmdnths ngo;, and: to nll- appcarance will be-. subjected to yet ..further reductions. Tihe colliers, wlio lhavo been,striking inl resistance to ..th reduction li wages, nre becoming sensible to the necessity of' making th .best of "thl dull times, by. accepting t...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

liPbUit'g~ R} 45UTC'ul00o tieLit be ston1tly uiidAitoaoa that uo do ii t f' idenitify ourselvs wi ith the oliniions oxpressld Sby ouar csii ciondts .All comimiunicntioni must have tio names and addresses 'of the: writers iattached;, not necssnrisly for 'publican tioniibut as a guarainteo of good Ahitlh J

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

..,..--- TUfE AU5TiALIAyT OITAIENT.- .. To the Editor. of the .. S. . MJeralL.--Sir,--I haveo seen -a'i gdd maniy lettdrs in your paper lately1 certifying to the good- qualities of ;.tbi ointmcnt; •ndjn`;'thed-iliffaerint':oeIrcS: it?hias: effricted. 'Now,ct - boliavo all that has. been said about it, and consider ingi thait r 'wais ibout thbe' first that ustel it vihoui broucht out,- and 'having been using it over sihnce myself and for my family, and theo'many mtoil Ihavoi emnployed, with .complote:success, for almosat .evry thing, I can' consciantiously say it is theinost useful ointment everinmade, and no. mistake ;, and'I amn .satisflidd-wihen any one usesi iit noo,"they Willlike.. iib, never bo without it. Its real worth, is deserving of every publidLity. 'Your obedient servant, DANrIDn SHEEuY,. Shipwright. andYacht i Builder, Woolloo inoolob) .B"lay.. -Adt.:., -.:: !i.i- . -: ' . oibbrticrtmntn.- . To lIaci smiths _W.AN'TED, i BILA IITH nnd STRIKER nl'tor.partict y to . l-alEs...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE SOUTH WALES COAL TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE SOUTH.. WALES COAL TRADE TUE dotermination of the'l coalowiiers of Monmouthshire to withdraw the notices, to be issued by the house coal owners on the let of April, for.a reduction of wages on the 1st . of May, has met with the entire approval of Sthlecoalowners of Glamorganshire, who, froin the first; disapproved of the step proposed to be taken by the Monmoutlshlire, col owners. The two - sections.-of the:- South Wales and Monmouthshire Collieries Association allowed the Monmouthshire section, representing the house .coil 'collieris,, ,to. issue notices saud ascertiiii the.feelings :of. the men, and 'while a strike or lock-out resulted from the actioil of the Monmouthshire masters, thde coddllieies of South Wales. must have followed, the majority .of the Association resolved that actioni of ihe masters should' be confined to Monmouthshire at the outset. 'The question of a strike or lock-qut, is not imminent, as tho' feelintg of the masters isthat having borne...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 10 June 1874

*Y iEt&he Edoito, of the Mci~znes' Advocate) - Sin,-It was commonly said in Cornwall, that he whom was a saint abroarl wouild blola devil at home. This I cale never forget while I soe the presumption of the notorious jctitomse .that visited us in Ado laide t\ alve yonrs ago.. He madtlean apoprcance there, as meek Ihs an Evangelist, and declared a most absurd falsehood, describing hIR dniploymcnt In the Borehole pits to he everything hut what it wasin reality. Heta you could see a Colonial rush. --Intioccet .people, biaki. up their homes, and dispersing their dea prdpeity, that they mit follow him to Newcaetlo. lnt sobis after landing on tle-wliaif this side, we found ourii mistake, atul: when we described to those that spoke with a his religious fashilos of recruiting, their reply was tihat, there was .a contrast betwecnatlat and a case before tlhiee bncl recently, when lie was tried for assaulting a luorehlole mani in low terims. Sir, being that ship Vinganad ships aie the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

dL~rl,~tfu1I in~ia to eattcsal. nua ov~A10e fromu~hjslLte isidenife, , TIT 1 a a 2 . nder~akcr3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

~IAN'4FD,:R £t1~:ERESP ADL" ARD .,.;. ·: L(tts~Hr1xr ~ J~gn. Wa ;end U.utat fo4 CaRPEN-T *W)IU ·qOKtb' ~ ATs AITPD OU~ . 894 ~r . vta11aen4s'' EN LS amrwalix oithetDl d ..PBISOHI 0 1)UE I I DE1NOL, at Gaw~., m ~ T"i'r ~e~UJiq~O~w4 1thui 13 b 1: 10 c~tl~~L~8W O S l~ umg C4onitra n da nrs nd Others.e -. A ET -' E T OF A IARGE VO DE IA for oDrmp bxALL ALt Appl 'to '. " " • I', Ap1 T oMs ScROU1DACE, 988 .,,Mna er. Aliiak . ,-"RS. Rb ,'OEE b .q toretutrn "c? C1HIE 2?V. In " 4vKhS Lo .riueduex h?.?_o .pra tLiv hOrlliry iho 1s I dly Coot?[b edahe suml of ~11 'stoaidirth icr be Llt on Sa lat.L IrA'cI-I At QUO ¶i', Me 40, v ko ic u~dSTUJRDA Niherr joiu gMzi~duirs r A A (.II. to cowwamenop o cIlo inf the forenzoon. PRIMITIVE 1METHQDIS C4U~CIll 'i0 'iSi <li 111 'b1 , ILMON~a Thqoi..Aterndon at-Iifufhist oc 4 i ;RekB K an * %{A~Y EYENL~blG 1 OL1OO1ING. ~1 "there ~vzilbe a rPJiEtIOrMENT1NGj E~ddr ea b' Ucm .~~ I ,ona IUjWatr~pe~rand B. 1,KU1CTI'4-JAdul~ tw 1d.' 4!* lxl he yndei h1J13b...

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COLLISION ON THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

,,COLLrSION ON THEJ LINE. On ?Monday last a .colliision,.toole:p}?-h on t he G. g. R, Line, .ear thie WaratLh Jt otnw..which. teaIta e ld coa train wis coiing bthruhgh at the same time. -Eiflitr the ojntainan neglbetod to hoist! the.waZinizig 14s, alior 'vi d dis, regaiidct bhythie drivciof1 tl a? a1itlanditrain slsitil too lat" to pris c?t a tlisiou, nc uds .tho.dtiver oat urCil. ..too date- dd pull onf ." they "irit' and' -atc mk,] • caliig theb biners off one, which, fortuoiatel y, was *?lo" 9Iiy datmlgilic ?itaiiicd..h I poie t)Ofnan and' ?aotboth boon, su~spa~ddd, "p 'd:g Ln inqtuiry; into Ithoe umtter, ,anid 1r. J gpaart) of (1h¢ 1? allend "uatl it?in'in~e"r'z i?wB founing , tihe pointtsarpn's ,? dlties.- .Art,?otl although' the 4ddieiioii lirriovcc ?t- ta at pres~ent un-, knowe1, we und1rstand t!\o pointaman .(MiF Ohaa. Thyle ?.h.s? '?°t- '?aknksoR trom ,:' lil

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE WALLSEND STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

henzisithei;3Vtllbhd ltf-ttfot-ithete to g:t' an. it1it7w An?Vwhen] ave thi''inlhaibtts ?s ?hae8 ditionfal r eailay aceokriiodqtion ?: :TIfr? ?lths l'oo pt omid its ajnCswr ecdincdeaikn mournfux traioc; Meistoi for. Works, somotwo ionoths bc, ay ever wore.'i On ?thiedoccasion°£ of he v'?ist of,,tile f r gievances were forcibly placed heford h'n a acknw ledt ed, and f?:omrthe dro'miseiJ,'.he thiiht il1a.Wo6thougelitofi thiis.-oea sljonld havo, had a *lCera~o!ttuo ?lthisefloui-sliin?"dittd,"ticf and a :,t~ tm staotoc, goods dthis .Bu? ourihopes.s wre' 2' ilT bii " hn , ot , tvheilsha1qW of- ,',.th i nhgs tnat A itonwhomn lies thebame ha 1 a (A-lai 4 g-htuntahMinistdr feY l~td1 jibie U >erbnefits should bo conferred waibt dly be 'ice theii w?e have heatrdc nothing:<-cRegaret. :i addedr.l-tiralia on the line, ss'enmay mention that lanahe lt 6f tie preisent month alone (only twelVe/ Slay-c), froml saixtya.totsgvesitytrcibks, loaied.1with ootS-a~ fpr the1 .slktoetpers.and bt...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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STOPPAGE OF THE OVERTIME OF COAL GUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

I pTOP~A~O·'TuH¶ VlrLM}:EOF':CCJ&~LaUIHi! uARJm aV~rie in~iFriithutilttlc~ Frtirni Ho~ridhly.earned: Ibtiiegu$acIk 6f"thid !co ~tiaiiiu bans bcczl. stuppedjj ~ piresanne, b~y 'did e'omrnissionor ~~fbi rruil~wals lire o onyr~i:iccoiyingI eig\t .shullings pei~di~y('pid' lnia~'~?'fi6·iblit1&y t6.b on ~~t ldu~ty ,~rpmI .,t~wolve,4to; n~diver~wdn ecoritlng to Ii uo~ We!~ art. sure' c iirdltb S~b~l'eii) xiids~ut'iori the euro~n ~C') of hRI) i~o~dixuttuos~, hid etrigs~t k ie·I ~l~Ijria '~iistihwbe~,lpe t~b~r~ldi~ ~.W9 by~~ cvegllryi3 Xep tyfL we ieu

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Our Schools of Art and thier Intellectual Tendency. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

Ouri Schools of Art and thler 1. .qIntellectuaI ITendecy, WYE latel? referred to our local institutions as worthyf f our-Suppoyt;and we are glad to nzotice thit abi inicreasgd interest ishbeing taken in the Schqot of Arts We commewd it to the i eof...the.....ung.en, who form so large a proportion ,of our spopulation. Surel3 it will 'be found; or can be made to afford, far greater pleasure thanh*theag!-F telle table, or' the idle, if not vicious, eon- versation by the wvayside, with which so many fill up vacant hours. 1 We also com; mend to its minagers .the desirability-of using evory effort to make the institution at once usefizl andnattraictive We have enter tertained high .hopes.conoernhiig the future of krindl'reld institutions which Atarted under most encouraging auspices; but disappoint iment followed, and this in some o* thl lar-cst communities df tlih olony) while id some of our smalf-'i?nland towns' "our School of.Arts"'-isjustlyj.-pointed- outWith" pride to the visitor.. '...

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WALLSEND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

•YeuZ~erdfi (Fridayy)'MIL: M'&'ay. t he ?uryeyorap.a th, objeoufj4adoin ? 1e Mni y s? pecting hisacoqi ii?ninc?5op rapoesi, h Maljor acorom>aiiied him o iver Ho.)euk oC t~e.treets, -atd{ -poited ouut the rdaddteathnPrbjuourvoymgingmrt. .. -To rboulj 'rk that Mrv'M'K ainnteids doiihg~up oz Muonday,? ani wVilnCO WOCC operatinri" iupon -thet naui t:. 1Vhh1 i i I oe1ed,2thed~CounxeiI *ill then he iii ~i phitfoii fo 11 er" to, orm thoi streot:! oinds ..e"I'vaoors arc etti~g; on. .withetheia work; eand'ther/?s eo?ery 2 eloearazioe of theirdukiesa binag compleoiAeaeordif aoi ctiti otiibie -,

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Grand Banquet at [?]mbton. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

Grand, Banquet tet uabto.?. A ORAND banquet, was h'eld lin the .Druidse EHall, Lambton, on Thursday 'ehbiiiilast, under the anupices o' Maybiortd alderonen of the Lambton mur. .lity, for the purpose )f celeblating theyprc uiamation of a main road from Newcastle to Wallsend. Too much praise cannot be given to the committee for the very' creditable and satisfactory manner (q whijh" the whole .of the arrangements were carried.out,, and they.havoe:a.-righttofoeel proud of 'the success ofstheiraIdirlksi The wet weather yreventod some "f the +thigi-ilshe'd" p erso;s ipvlte? by, the committ?. from being present, but those who did attend _uemed tWthcroeghly., enjoy thl?,esve. ?At' ?i*e o'elock;'bo~t?"eighty gentlea_ ' st do~vn'? to the ~anpper providedb¥y Mr. SEhker, a the spread, was one of the best .we have u ,e, in the district. After justic had been done to-the igood things proxided,%.the board 'was cleared, and the k,,rmallbusiness of the meet ing commenced, sT.. Abel, #Esq,, a Maydr o...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE FITZROY IRON WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 June 1874

urigte p ? w retary1 t the ers ?tmitwq,pfftheflaY~is Tmlji~dh I~e.,~zo ron= )V~orkjr Zeglulsting into cotikz~diSrbznt 9thets! of lvages -pid ifgtogaiuorsland 1abob Win thifa 1lhdiic?1and 'lihe hours worked by.them,> asethey wish to anopt rules simioait.st'ose in oxisteicp byi

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