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Latest Telegrams. CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. VIA SINGAPORE, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874
La/cent Telegna;it - (F.irw,. the ,,usdne. Pa,,.t) CABLE MESSAGES. rb A LONDON. VirA SINA·,?i?i, 0UE1]. ' Thero. i grl'eaf. excitemenUt and pIlrtiy irz;i. taLion i P'nris and Versailles, owing to Gmbltuetnt's denunciation of the J1onaprmtists, ye'sterlday afLerjroo(n. Duirig tlhcL excit(cment iin 11.h As.inmbly, col0s2qutent on Glhluhtl.o.'s lpeeeh, in whlich he) sLigiatisecd the oan!pnartiat na " lwrIttlcl 2," OCnlu. Sainilf: OCoix rcent upn to 2li22 2llld struck him with a st2 ic. The Count ws ininedl2iatelv arrnested. WVhlen news of the anffair reached l 'aris, a (l'a2t c(rowld a2ss1olel(,J(2 :2t, th1e 1'aitis statio0l o01 I1he VerCl'nillh. ranilway, which was strongly gar2·,'dtd by nlarge bIodies of police.
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874
TVARATAHI I bhg to call tloeatitbition of our Mayor .andtald'.ermoil;:t l thde very. damp'stito otl'a .partion of the walls, of thoe Couucil. Ohambers as if something is not done speedily it will be likely to 'hiive .iann;injurious oeffect up.on this splendid building. 'Ihis colliery is lbMing.:timol this weekol and also a half day on S'aturday last;'- .. ....-ho age fit~ dpled f--by' the Lic'ensed Vi~atuallrs' Society lhas been making-a. :raid. lpoi" the coloiial- wine sellesatithbo Folly, and several have beon'summioned to appear at the Ncwcdstle Police Court on:Tlhsdala -y L A'?splaendid seam of coal ,has.-been- st ruck at tho TVaratah. 9Qoiuany.s n_-itemnear! *Johinis Padig0,9 k h'ldg: g ftl Cown in the coaL about 3 feet 9 iichies4 andl it appeared *t~ bd of s?ldnpl'did ,ii-nlit?. ai'd onl one herd hadgn hiough en ro ?aco iotdbbn n able'toLeain any ) ~1lIe tunnel waoff wk l dayy1esterday, and lalf a 'day on M'anyI W 1 J..5A- " Jdune l16th, 1874. '
PROPOSED INTERCOLONIAL CHAMPION RACE FOR £200. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874
PnoTol'olD INrTIlEICOLONIh IIu?I O '?ni idii RA6E io,,q200;--A public:niaotifig aof' personis iouranblo to tho .carryinigi'out of th'o'anbovo' jii;fccl i(tlho: Clarence .xnamine. reoports) wtas hll at I ,the :Crown l-Iotel; Thnursdnyeveoning last. lriI.:L. Girir,1indud iln list-bf' subn scriptiosii alhiondy pi?oiniscl,llmmouuni tinug.to .116 i'rospectilvo ofAr.-Id'.,lubsh's donntioiji of r£50,j and tliht of Mr. iP.o?ulon'sp romins"i s u bsc ilption :o f- 1 5 m nin g.-at otnl-oaf---,li 91' Mr. Girird stated that arsyetGrayftoahi hd only boon_ ]trtially .canvasseddfoL. subscriptions.. 'From ithu war. n pannorilinhvhilsl the proj oCt. wfi.i eiei rtanled, ho wias confident at leaust nnothlo :£100 coul lio "riisod ..dhis would nji~ble tbo committee toarrangoe foi a iig ac apir Well "is a fil'st-class sailinfg a:ce, to boe: conmptod ibr ,it':tli 6drnWiutinalhtd-l _ igether we. maightltn 16okfoira,'i.,'dds'. first-rat sport, sutiicint - " : attract th. boaiti.ng" e. i , ..'f .i.S . ? o... ...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874
NEI' LAMBTON. ±TU?E1E is great complaints at fthlis colliery gianut the way the miners enarnigs aie in sorted on the pay tickets. The tickets have an item Iprintedl o them for hll thl&dlifferent work that the milcrs Iaprforim,but- whether. to save trouble, or for solne other .purpose, tile ,total amoount.-is ionly put do,v.p . ....r'ytl tslcrk. This system causes uiuch confusion on each pay day, and the manager would do well to havoe it remncedied at once. It sometimes happens thalt miners are called npon to do other work besides 'getting coal; fr instance, bailing water;-wheeliug?"shliftifiig diiL, &c., as 44ll as driving yard work, for which they get sBDlparanto prices; and when the pay comes, their money is all lumled, and they-iiro unable totell whlether it is right or not, and some who aro not scholnrs enough to reckon all the different items for?which thliy ought to have been paid ti-ohEtib;les.ojiittake what is givei to them, raither ithan trouble otheri.peopl...
SYDNEY. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874
SYDNEY. S Moinday evtcing. " ldhl shltles ile looking uip," w-s a 're i'nlrc nllore coalnnonloy used to-day- that it lihts bLon fior some time pato st. It onl.y Ce quires one good crushing to restore a portionl of the contlidence which once prevailed too Iunrgely only I:o give ldtce to a still "'renter distrust in mines nad suiidnr?i. T'he recovery is alnost confin:d o HiLl '~End stocks, andl those are held for improvimng prices. ]3eyers and iIuHoltor unn''s sold at 7s. to. 7s. (3d.; Carroll-?Jetlrd's it (s. (hli. to (is. dl. ; H-ick son, Creig'hton, and l3eard's at 3s.; and Rtapp's at Is. to Is. rto Is. :ld. Offers of 10s. for Krolhmann's were declineil, . holders usking" 1ls. Od. lHustler's pups were also heard of, atfter S allnSellce of some sonthls, and sold at 10s. J ncoal shures we note a decline iin Wtullsetrd-sellers at 15. ; Wara tihl sold at l?k to 32;j. Shale tnd oil offered at l1s. Copper dull, no business done. A sad cal:nity- has occurred in tlie total loss of the ketc...
MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 June 1874
M1ELBO URNE. Mlonday. Although Governor lie'rgusson denies ha ing originrated th] ie. thalnt colonial corres pondenlel should ptss through Lthe.Governors, it is likely that the plapers will be produced. l'Therelo is a Irnumot? of'two failtures on a smaillnl scale, buLt meetings. of creditors thave not yeot been called. Thec second trit il. f Green, charge-tillWith the murder of' fOtynolds toug, trhihe ageoncy of explodioe miateriats, cotunences on Monday. Conmunicatiorm in refe'rence to the flonting of a iou" per colt. Raihlway loni have been sent by the unail to tile Agent-General. The young ]lady who was said to.be missing hlnas becn foaindtl, and nill rewnrds anud advertise tnents conccrning her have ben. plublii, withdrawn. \ fhithl mining ~acci'de,?t I:,s.'hppened, at the Catherine United Claim, aSndhiurst, to a miiner inamed Brt, i'y, ho hits been nearly cut in two.
POETRY. THE BACHELOR'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
Young lad':es dlear, some pity take, And to those lines, for mcriy's sake, Give your attention: You'll own my case could scarce he worse, Where I'm .comln.led to write in verse, M'' y grief to mention. . This, then,. it is-oh, cruel fate To think l'vo not yet fouizd un te, - Though twenty-seven: : Would some·aweet charmer be so. kind, In wedlock's joy.s, I'm sure, we'd find-. A little heaven. i care not if brunette or blonde,' SI'd like a heart that's true and fdnd My love returning i Intelligent, yet not a blue, •.. Of books some little knowledge too, And clear discerning. Good looks by no means I despise. , Sor.blooming cheeks and esparkling eyes..: ' I uch.delight in :. : l?ethlnks I see a fairg one now Reading this letter !--(Well, I vow) This theme's exciting. Dear girls: I ready stand to prove You'll find a true and steady love At seventy-and-twenty : Pretty well off, with prospects good, Of lovinb nature; gentle blood Will this contcent ye., SIf not, andl you'd my portrait sc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
tbbcrti,0cmntent. ':To Blacksjaltlhs aidi Carpo ntwr i. ·TANTED, a BL ACKNIMITH, and STRTKERi" ' V. alsol TWO (2) CARPE'NTERE. .Agpply to, J. Y. NEILSON, 409 . Colliery Mainager T·'TA NTEl), aENERAL FEMALE SERVANT. S :Applyto :. a :" '. : ' ,MRS. HIEPPLEVHITIL. I :E : :Plattsburg S Tenders. . : TM ENDERS nre hIvited uip to MONDAY, 20th! I. Itlhtnnt, by the Hanbury Publi. School'Board, for. SUNDRY. REPATLS to the SOROOL PIhE MIISES and.TEACH-ER'S RESIDENCE.., L: Speclfleationa. and otlher information can h soeCI at.anid 'nktaiied. from thel Undersigned and Mr. VATSiON Stprtkeeptl', .Wpratplh. Tenders to .e addieseed to oCHAn:LES HARPERi,:' i . Hon. Sec. Public School Board. ar. atnlhal10th June, 1874. : 411 4Grat Notlcrthin RItalwal. TENDERI1 FOR FENCING, TUCNDEI?R S will.ba rec.lvcd bIht heunr.nr.?li?n I p otb'ToUHURSA-Y, the "-Nri: Jurr fol the faepplq euid A'recfin'onf Sihe () Afilles o3-Sril F'enU d Anr between Ironbark Crack Bridge and W oodfor, I, urthier pan !tUularR onR? aPpl...
APPLICATIONS FOR MINING LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
. AIoAvxosR Io oi MJNisq L4qp.-- e notice by. ho Gazette ofTueosday, that applica tions have beenamado lnder the provisions o tjhe 28th section of the hliiirg. ALct, of :74 for iprinission to uini the coal hi2n~ndtihe quarau tin reseFrvye, iasturge reserve .Nowcastle, uncler the :watel rsof' Newastle :harbour betweeon Bullo~iC? Island and' Honeysinckle, Point.i and Neiw catl? liarboiiC anid Tluhrsl~'s Creek, pasturage..rieserve A'Va?rarbni, under, Nobby's Island and breakwanter, oine mile sea ward, :ider any :ireclaimed land Bullock Islaiid;i nortlh-eaist and aso4th-ppst of; NeT castle, and several.other places.
Additional Wharfage Accommodation at Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
Addlitioial Wharfage AccOai s'a. ",;. tois ast Newcastle. * IN 'the Legislative Assembly on Wednltieslly last, when the house went into cornslittee of supply, on the motion *of Mr. Loyd, the question was that there be granted to hler Majesty the imin of £229,4000 to defray' charges, and to be raised by loan. Mr. Hoskins asked whether the Govern-' .ment received any revenue from the wharves 'at Newcastle, alluding to an item of £50001 to ebxtend the wlharf at (Newcastle, and £5iOy000 to connect thi Great.Northern Raillway with the jetties at Bullock Island. " * Mr. Parkes said that precisely the 'sarmei lwharfage dres were chlurgdd in Newcastle as were cl:arged .in .SSydney, and there ihas a' higlier..charge for the use of the craines, which returned a .very good. revenue. It should never be forgotten tliat Newcastle was becob-' ing a great seapolrt; and tle jirement want of accominuoldationi there was injuring the trade of the" country. Mr, P4irpnELr explained tiat in the charge mna...
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
P, ilti~~ i ariniT Nrws .-It is expecteld that Parhliaent ilwl'hb priorogiled next weooe. With a view to ,p'~idito the close of thse/os alon, both HIouesb areo to sit on Mondan. The first order oftlier. day upon the business pipor: o:f thei LegislativeaAssemnbly yesterday, was tliat for tlioe consideination'of the Couihail's amondments in the Electoiral Act Ani'hdiflahi nt Bill. .1Aftqr theouidifayrat rOutints, *iness had bloon disposed ef h on. pmapsa for Bth41 tursf) inpro?th oa~djo'urei6unt ,of .:1h ,HousC; antd a debate oi tant motion was kept u.p .chifly~ - tlic;: Op?'osition hiti(i l 'tliid. ?igrmni6. g 'The principal subje?t!t'di'abiuseisl 'cer'tbeli ~ro posed' reloig, ofplrisianers and, the sectarian character of co'taila Pa rovincial schools. There wasa?ai?y lirgefo atteidiance -of Ihoi menibers; and, althlough thedolebte was at times carried ;onl ?Vi;i gl'(ri??i'a;ii it.ii.oth res tihe iiterest of the IU-oaie flagged, :aid some qf the. p~eclhes were dluiyered lahnoast to e...
Municipal Intelligence Lambton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
ht~uniical~a, n-telligence Imunbton Counell. Tnn bsuml fortiightlylmeeting of-this .Cohuni1 was hleld on Tuesday evening last. Present: Tile Mayor,' Aldermen Yates, Grant, Screens, Goodhew, Green, and Maddock. The Council Clerk read the minutes of previous meeting, which 'were confirmed. COtIIESPIONDENCE. Letter read.from the Manager of Bank of Anst alnsina iil 'cfdrenci to oveidinaft it bank. Letters sent' hy the Council to the memnbei for the county and' 'ministers, in reference to neutral gronnd betweeii this 'msiiieipality and Hanilton; to Hon:.Henry Parkes, applying for a registrar of Iirths and detiths to be ap pointed in Lambton; and to i'ew Lambton IRoad Trustees,i requesting them to meet th' Council in conference. From Mr. Thos. Thomas, co6ijplaiiiing of water overflowing the drains in Kendal-streets. This letter was referred to the Improvement Committee, on' the :motion of, Alderman Maddock, seconded by Aldermani Screen. MAYORIS MINUTESR. These minutes were read, as fbllow...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
* ('l tfic JWddor nf tir. lf?er«,' Aidlocaloe.j Snit,-t hiav been somewhiifamuscd by renadnitn in your issue of 'to-day a'scirrilos;, slalideron?, anid untruthful effusion of .Mri . J. Scott's. I suppose ic las a go- d intention of reflecting upon my truth futlic,;, nid giving ine what he iterms a castigatioz at the san-re time. IPoor fellow, how wide of the,, mark. If. t.lio dirty' jt.le splutlto h Ihas sent to your papei' be dignlified bythle lname of a castigation, why I canu takc an ullimuitcd supply eeyory day, nd feel none tlic worec, I howecer, aih not going to descend to the isrona of filth and fling dirt becauce it is congenial to him, If tly reports Rro ilicorrect, or if I was partial in giving them; the course whliche nul.upright, straightforward, 'ind lionest mtan wonld, have taken wonuld hnve'boci to lioint; ad correct whiere I liband been erroneous ; but Scott dare iot.say w~iprc I'nm incorrect, 'as ho well.knows lle cannot. lBut nio, thait wotuld not sit oine. of Scot...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
(Td-. d'e Edl?or -of thLi 3rinerds Ad.vdcn-tf) itnaqi~cij g 14 in'yI outr: vper : thtatt" 4'?essel consigned to tlhi adincy .of M essrs. J. mid A. Brow.n land tolceavo this lTnrrli i tlnout hIier cargo, boeause tine owinre advmel thl l nhelab outs thatn± theyj would anot allow t'r shipin wo-ff'ie om unucao-ialn e t:me for her cario; ail this is inot the first i er "hsond ip stance that edssels ]iave left "empty for the 'samie reason. Now,; MrY~ Editor; tinero i s muc~h blame attached to some ,arty or parties for such cil able snngligenee, and there must be come reasonks' for, it ;lson; end I think it is not vtery diicilt to discover t;he paryr and also the -reason of..such shameful eCgljgenCO to the l)ort of. 'NewcaaE-tlerthe Liverpool of die l'aeific. Tine matter" rests entirely witlh tihe (lovermnent, who, from too vigrrous a liarsinnony in snncdinug tlie public money, is lonsing a pounnd revenue in order to save eightoen shllings ard cash, or ithorwvise tbey are nicapableo to leg...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
Lst es . i.strict MewA.i (rl:Os OUlt vAnILous COEnrPONm.rNTs.) LAMIBTON.. aTren monthly moeeting ejf-thi L~abiton-B uiil idi. Society was old ih 1Stoker's aHall on Friday night, June 32. There was a viery large attendance. MIr. J. Sinmp'son acted as recel·ving director, and IMr. George M'Kiin nas assistant. The total amomunt of money received vita £81Pi'7s.O-d The clptaetitinnwas biisk, intt shares sollito good advantage,.two being .sold tti? 8?, U at :i, and four at 9 per cent. 'T1 jpos n~lt'et jn of ii'es f'or the ekec tiotl of'directors for receivingmoney at W\Vailli oeui was read at the meeting. The alteration 'willUalso"--b~i-read- nt- n ext vmontlily rifetih~' About fifty niew sh?'res were take:, up. .:Iwwas rather startled:thle otlier'evdnin&'g y being inforlied, that-we have* had a caseof attemtpted garr?otiing ltere.i, lMyg iYfomn, says thiat he was proceLeding Iomtne Up Giningerl street, about nine o'clock-on Saturday evening last, andti when he Ihad got bctwecnJ)e...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
T *,o the Editori of the .MiuinK' Adloeates). SIn,--Can "yon1 ort th:' District Secretary, or any one with whomn you may) bo.familiar, inform me wliat a'rn oveltman'si tdli is; at n col liery? Is it to look' after tho:safeotyof the men below, and se that things rire carriced io properly,; orto 'boe stationed on topof the pit. all day, Upsetting'men's "skips on top of the screen' tosco ifhie can 'find aiqy ga nin them,;' by which heo c?~a go scixpenc or"one) shilliing per' diy'off tiuipor man s hlar earnings ?" I. always thought when' tao.c.oals weroweighed at the bottom of the screen that t'liis dirt crop ping would be done aiwry with, bnt it appears to me some masteis. are niovor 'stisfi&d.,. ''They, ivanit the lion's share o,and a.little,more, as/woi at'ofteni read about.: lThey have men at thea weigh bridge who are often throwing away thlat which they' themselves point oibtto meon boloi to be mniarketable coal ;- liesides, ,they not only take the diilt.off the skips" they...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 20 June 1874
i i : E~W LAnMBTOiV,. rTa~ nemeS rpF ofi ;the: rimitivo Methodibt Ohurch here, intenid celebrating their anni 5versary on Sunday and Monday next. On Sundaj .trrete.rmona will be preached, in the morming at half-past ten, and in the evening at ?lif?p?atp ix, p;m.,' by Mrak 'Waters of SNewcastle; sand in the afternoon at half-past two, by the Rev. B. Kenny. . Oii Monday-S napullin.meeting will he held, when addressedil 'will lhi d1clivcert by Mri.. Waterx and severial rev. g?enitllmnel... " Lave no, dohld, but th friendil froint Li;mbtoa and olther plnces, be attrnacted by the indiemiits oltTcred, ac assist the inemberis of tll hu'ch to celebrifl their aiinive? :?fa'y successfully.* . i Two half days this week up to date, just fancy, a liman with five or six little ones to provide for, sittilng at his fireside, calculating die expenses of his househlold, oin a prospect like this. '" like to sci every body happy,'" blit I w0ould jolrt lileflo soe the Ho4. G. L.o'yd inhtlisfi olsitiBnIk...