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THE STRIKE IN BURNLEY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
THE TRTIE IN BITRNI EY D,,)ISTRICT. , Tn. Amalgamated Assoeiatioa?-co1n ties to strenuously support the niiners oni strike in the above district, nad od.:Tuesdsy, with tho view of encouraging the *en to leavoehe district altogether, the Exytptiie CommitTee paslsed a resolition tonpay tib railway fares of all mels who wished to?obtainlwork at other .places. About 100 men have alcady left the town, so that there now remains about 1,000 men' and b'oys to be supported-by thlassocia tion. O.Monday about £1t,100 was'distri buted ambngst these, as the strike allowance for the past fortn 6t.• In the meantime the masters are obtanI g large numbor.of.hands ,from Devont and Cornwall, and there are now 0 o.to'o00 of these men in thi:tow''T-- They are also taking all the houses on lease that they can in the neighlbourhood of ,the, pits, and about, forty colliers on strike, ind:others 'at Wood Top, have had notice to leave in order to make room for-Cornwall menl. There are no bhouses to be got in...
THE COAL AND [?]ON TRADE OF SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
SOUTT W -. - DniNo the ~pastpfc week the cb .t iitd ias behen in the same ini?atisfactry 'ondtloiil ~n1ieh hans been characteristic of the Ih ist feitt itintlis; - in iis?;-y differencc which 'nig.it I?i.recorded woll~\frift be-in the directi on of atflJioration. All engaged in....the trade are becoiniig daily more concerned in contemnplhting tht lifev~il ing inactivity. It is true thn-t at thid tiiile of the year we aire accustomed to a dull Sason sfar, as eh.pments are concerned, but It is to dif'orne'iitn-ind thrat this season was un nsually early and dull this year; and tha. although in the opinion of most people it shoold already have terminated, there is still : no sigas'of improvement worth "mentionirig. The demand for coal from all:parts.has been exceedfigly minall fir some tinie, but the quantities sent down from the mines for ship meut have been simultaneously limited in some way to Bsuch an extent that they have not even been'suniEient ' for the few orders which have come...
THE CLUNES RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
E Qj cTLU.NES RIOTS. Tua Clunes riot. have terdhinated without ani farther Muischief being done.. It is the inten tionof the qovernment to prosecute some of th. leaders for a ssault, and then take no further motioe.of the .matter., It is generally admitted that a mistabt was made in sending s bodyof piolice With the Chirinese, it being contended thjt tIe police ought not to havre pat an am a-arance until the Chinamen were in terfer d-ith.. The Lothair Company are advertising. Efr I?QOEn? pt t?Jgiers at 7a. Gd. -* shift lenrthof atl ~ ta enti onpd, but thp Clumes mmders reqt otbers fanot2 to engage ubtil their dispute, :witlh-the direetors .on ?ae ,r tarday,?.afernoonaL qucation.:i ;.aeteled,.._ &usrAke Grintt~14iral Aatran.
WORK, WAGES, AND PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
WORK, WAGES, AND PRICES. S.(r?r em,.the Illust?a.ted Loidonii N.'us.) A. thne Minrs' Confurende' at Br-stol, : recently, :a: disch'ssioi '. to'ok', place " ilon .the hours of. work; and it , was resolv?d that tihe matter be referred to .the -executive to : urge upon every district to carry': oit the .RIegnlation of. Mine Act fuor .boys., whlose Lours are.restricted to" fifty-four., per week, and to :bring the Act into operation with respect to the men. Resolutions were adopted on Saturday in fanvur of 'an alteration of the. special rules-of the.;Miies Act, payment of wages in coin, aboliLion of "truck,'" pay ment of compensation for injurxes iin mines, the repeal of the Criminal Law Amenament Act, and the amendment of the: Masetrs antd Serrants Act. Onog'onday Messrs. Hlliday and G. Pickard were appointed as delegates to attdind the Sheffield Trades Congress 'in Janusryof next year. A resolution in favour of the formation of boards of conciliation and arbitration was passed.. The pr...
POETRY. THE SILENT PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
~:iIbi~T-I - ~t - - -, THE SILENT ERuAYER~. She prayed; I wa-thed her nightly | O her knees beside thc bed, -And for swhilb eac prayer-tii . . I heardtbe words she said. And te tner el sailetier .. co Oi her bowed head. nd I thoungt ? )Iy melnses had been sloeping . Since her word I ,ad notcau . ,. But duly as the niW .f · Came thst BUe±mm~l" - L~ "- marked ber lips unmoving, And][ knew the mystery tl.ii ' Was she praying for the living Was she praymgg for the d Aere was no sobbing, sigyng, . . Andnot a tear was.ehed Sho was fragilo in her beauty, ": Asleaf before the blast : " . Was· she praing for sweet pti ence bTill the stormiwas overpa ?s Who shall tell us o ?aer ilo;nit . hor shll tell us on her tears? S ahe is gone from us for ever *in with u mber no epl r year he. . "no-1ike snow from off the mountaln, :- r:- I hGone lie i:et from.on t the?l e -: : In her golden hour ol moring - - ,: She-wa swept hf-r r thei, . . . . . . .: .?-., .She s never told in dy?n.g i W~hat had. wing...
DISPUTE. BETWEEN MANAGER AND MINERS AT NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
DISPUT E.c, ,'*// BETWEEN MAN..G?.AND..MINERS. AT NENW1 L'tA BT41H*. ">I'IN** tWE are 0orrv to lhave- to rannonHe another dirputte.at ?ewLambton; Jt apqars.thathstwo min2era~ nat?neaPatt audZFleinigri, who l3Ivev been employed at the above colliery, took! advantage of the Steam Company's excursion tickets, and weont .to Sydney to spend their Christmas holidays, intendiing to return lby the Monday evening's steamer, but were too late. They, therefore, had either to remain in Sydney till Wednesdar?y._jvning, or come by another Company's boat, which would have lost them the beneflt of their retur t.ickets; and ,thinking that 'r :ioitice would be taken of a day or two's absence in. holiday times, they decided to 'wait.nintil Weduesduy,' ind"'tfli4' turnoed 'on Thurtday (which, 'by the wasvi was Nw- 'Year''Daiiy5. On the Friday thlyr ;both went into' the pit to commence worik amn usuual, but found tlat the manager hatd 'put iwo menit to work in their .-iloei, iand ;that,i lin conseque...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
FI~NAL SALE 01? BANKIU~rfhT4CK IN CIHIPPETT'S ESTATE ! oLoThT.- oF T E MAITLA. D aANCH REMOVAL O THE GOODS TO NEWVCASTLE. To Storle ers,. Dealers, and the Public Generally. Kotice Thie Maith d Bnranch having been itiidlly clnsied,i the God, o rSIsTINGIO oF DRAPE r, MILLIiNER ::-'CLOTHING, &c., AC., have beeiei remnovdr anid will be LD WiTTHOUT EGi.?. TOC), COST,: AT .A.LBs s n HOUSE a, IHiunter-street, Newcastle. No Reasonabld Offer, will be refused, thed bject-beinto 'effect a COM PLETE :CLEA RA,_NCE of tij Stock wiiliout dela?y. . : . , 'holestalPe buyers liberally dcealt witl.i ...... ::. N. B.--The public are requested to tkek.paratiku r notice of the ailesis ( ERBERT IiOIT SL S.Next to Tal slcy's ti .C AbisIbil, hoe Hu btei- . .,e;-oB ., ? oT', stil, , And are cautioned not to .be misled by any advertisements, &c., of iiere SIIAM SALES. Do 2U7TANTElD, forti ' frtt Muin, r. l V Conmpetot U ?RGUND QVEIfLMAN. Apply to / :. 91 DIN, Gu'TrA. W'" ". TED, a STRONG YOUT'...
THE RISING GENERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
Sr.. I T In;II'I.aINO OXtNInRATroN. T'HiE last six months of thin (diet:riot havo been mrIkeil by prosIperiity, fur in'advance of any thing experienced in the coal trade b'~for 1in tliis colony. A -lkiidly--feeodling al?dbotivedn nmasters and men Ihas beaen brought into play, hliichl is deepening and widening every day, and theo niutial interests of both are being promoted. It is a lovely -sight ,for .mIen to live in unison and act for the weildof the mass. Such harmonionus enction id iore to be followed.by prosperity ;of' an high order. It seems to us a very. sacred tihing-goodwill to all men--and masters and men ought to b'e ciaiofuil int to distulrb it, now that itexistms. Wo, believe there are seventeen hundred and 'eightyvimen, and about three hundred and fifty boys employed i.nxtho mines qt4llis district; winning their Yread by "dint of toil in an honest way. 'J']hese anre all ?ijoducers of wealth to the country, atil, is si~3 n boln to the nation. Their,7calling iN honupuiji)...
NEWCASTLE ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
el, 'Dr L wkiirb~t 'I f?;t,.o !*,lJ;q, l'Elnr,ul·,·1C,'?:...,? , :it;? ,)'i!.'l',c·;. A" I i ?k2t 61 , AtU.1i by 13u~g ia.tr J lii·* .. V J 1:arri, me,7 br. R Il,?ir;t 1?liti - r£' A e.Uraco4 u *£ u , by . Ir ~ A:c. Swollis' tills Cl:Jlouglir)d (\, .1ant h3L·j lb - !1'.M 1 as frsr 3. Joneo' n ggglan usan
QUARTERLY MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
QTATERIY MEETING 01 1 ON,..~'miursd Inst th]e quarterly mncoting odf Deleghtes--conpllnising represuntative?s from tcrll of tile collieries:ill, the lIunter district; -tok ,lice at Cairns' Hotel, Lanlbton. Present: : Mr. 'Thoihols Anwick,' 1istrict Chiuirhnun , Mr. John Wood, Generul .sppotiry; , Ir. En'och Davies, District Thet'U.Lt uif 'Icssrs. J. C. hIyrvdoll WValS/i," 1 '~1~' is. ?irIo, I3orehole, :Jirnes AfVilluns, L t;'itonn, '..ips. Wjinfterbottoim, sltrutulrh,. Thg~os. rdy, how'L?'' Loulbtto, _J. iHuruiun,- o-oLpera'tive, and J. HIIarold, Aneil- Croeek, Al is s.osli~vith n mettlgs of lthis dcscrip tion, the .Prcss' rionot ahdmitted, ibu, tlle District Secrctay hips kindi yTdaveidc us witlh thlo'following.montions (which comnprise the priucjpal Lbusiness) unanimiously zgreetl to during the prooedings : That the maniagers of tihe district be requested to do .away with the Rsestrn of men rcquiring ":diishlrge tickets Lbefcore they can get work at other cohlliries. That the Gcri...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. WALLSEND GOLD MINING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
WaLLs ND A;?ND P'LATihUURG. ...... L~CLsND QQLD MINTNO CO. .L The lalf-yoarly nOtg c oL aar h lcrao this eonypDlIVl 1i?1'I at?Ir. Jhns?m--i? sNorthulnrn rla-'t t~~o!,cr; n~·~'i; I? t ?d?. at,-Mr ?Tob 1ih? I¢?in? f?'.Cpcth o woro.?oWdop od?.,r':F),in''tlhd i? ol'"'i?' lo:1rno'0 that tbhk~b.nuti i n.thisiO6 'a glomnrl .is driveli :a,4st nbiIO of;nbout' onaoundrledanrli filthy feetn' tlidt corieo 'of which thrlai adcrs have 10o0 cnut, avoreagi nev inohWA nh thicknos y as td1 4 Wdi which' ipan;y 1?bhl1d h.tlPoln takenll . V'he Uompany. "howuve:, ,retferf pusiion tho-tnnunel-toate h-the-InirI-lisOe- of reef, whilh.tihoy exqosqtooiin y.eryrah rtlhy '.l wo ihirou iero'a Paloitod i' f n thi·Cd.y' thehtle'oa inbersa1 - though :.otf~rJ?lrh.oQi 'a/madettt:purehlp ithen lby ni as., rs at verl h1llvy .premium. TJ; oi 1eopets ofti.1l, fh? ?r highly Onwiltlo itugh, "i?il( t 1 uf thiuir wjiteurlli. . " wrll*Jl hTNCI,.VATr~~, lf( riOlifC000 A wreatling nltohl' whih ia-holoked poln as for the vh!ilUp...
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
NfloCiAcing to-or SH P!' ve " i . • lSpFa' r .LO(4,415i N l tIug 'inA..o sLe" on ini ... it. .un a l.." mja - Porjamin ymer ADurch barquie, Stt sn to loading Oo4opcraiieh? * ears.nd bRaru, abscns. 308, itnlah ; tO l?bd ol a,1DaL yi tdhover. ,rig, Itre,,s lon gh At llAt d1 Cio n . lcasd.4 br.i, 5;lciry ""tJ Ioai l New Ln am bton * Liacior lr. eStEOr_ Dtch0r. b ^ar no 890 ..- ini?St; tWotlllet ba luert flit"Hd lge "-t~a o?u°;Per-?" angs1, shipe . 7i4, (irifltli4 load Wal at: 'It ., ~zt. Wmvror brigK.1,. Clery ;-.to load ew Lnnibton Y?au?LII .r.i - r2e 55, B20oh; Blea g New La·. H "-.I~i inibton i..dnmiral-e' Montix ,lguac,;VreJkcli ba;rqce64l, iMat ousct; l?clidanu , L smbt.n t ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
New and Fashion'ble Goodls for the Season ! :o. J. HI. NETTLE .HASrT RETUT·INEI) IROM SY' NY, wrITf A oCITTICI OCT OI1 .DRESS MATERIALS, . · `Coa:E ~iIPIsls n :g P S' FANCY LUSTRES, Tfssr" S . . J 3D]ATISTE,, in plain andfancy bLorders, SPIQUE and 11LTIIES COSTUiIEbS, 'SATIN, STRIPE, 6id ¾iTECK USI"sNS, Camtbric Prints, in p)lan anid bor d ced LLAM.A-S,2Jpanese 'Sillks, SPaiaclintes and ULmbrclla, .. ': :i.. . Mosqitou:Nets, Sheetiig, ?j asy , S:.All inlubers in Ilor ogCh ~iP:*~ I C ....., D:;innsk ai d Cloth anble Cdv i r, - • "?" ;¢:- "'-' Quilts idid Taiote Co oyersi, " '. ..... ?' ' ' r&j.~ i'il" Thirizes IDrnggettinags, Mf?inga, a H.-o:?th tRug '' nE ',: IrirS. :VEBDS uIi: ?f IA rBI AlISINi'N, ..Hn.. te-..re.et, ewcatle... . I'. U D L I,. "·~:2.Q~T .j ''CI.O~~ E ji·~~ NEWCASTLE CLOTH HALL AND TAILORINC & 0JTFITTING ESTA nLISHMET.N i7 * P'. MU LL E*N , (af S (L.t , ,..' hss Ili~r//:e?'s .C'.:,lnimea: c~ga, al '.E?ri ?c(la[/, n!hyaer'-et at -,) ; . EG. most res If...
SAILED FOR NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
slrEo~LJri~DD'O~LMWA~kRT.LE.: V/V f·~1 i ~f om"D M~Ibourln': Jun. 2l-FPraziccer FIenty, Fcna1 Rniili~.~ . P; I';ke,'l' Paotegi~ a Rcni~be1 ~ti:'Cen Ilraro.1irrt~ou. JnAu~iC UM-ald, Trij'cubo, ·Clivia -Hurgruav, Vi~or,· Nuciani, I Pe1,e~.ra,,e, O~n". man· 10rcl; -African Mauid, lien Nevi., l'riuzcC VzJ Yidor. Mazy I~lnrzatyzze, G~lendic.e Williamn Ir~narun Mrom Adelaide: Jan.· l2-Stz~L~f Midd~lebtIrg.J Yru·n: il~ydney~ Ziiski, brig[~:i~t; (, ¾: I
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
, Al .I , .R ,,E..... ,A 4 E 'T a-r my previous cominilication [alind occasioin Aepeak of, our.po.sses~s,is. .l!houlhc l theoe aie .onsiderable, yet lil?k evey other.Th;i; i h ccm anunity we have our gricrvncs tchsin fifirhtui greatest of wJich vs thn 1'aot/of , 1 ?;if1la BehL A t i rtoo d A t i tunta ro h to. -hae' our rights iCfiis • matter, we are ilcsiroii of ~knowing what causes the d)vhay. a din ith 'o erctiaon f lhais mncha nele? sract(rl:jC pgg-i4a.gp li?q.,o li, toerd *i~~.Josf to th?u ?.id ot ,aony them bue:htiooittry at S jtrpninfLpfirimiqilioay31 .noowileidS r (oWLO. next great w- mt as a Ivilway s atiun, .vc.hatlwhat in official: phraso oloigyj ;inrmed Slat l n, though .l should -rvc never known itiy that *deignaitio, lin I)nttUieun told so. IJhn iy siiploe jiuli' ltt it ioirno; *rqsernblcs a carnpefiter's bIellcl, tiqiaand-:rail alttachlied; or one of thlse rv ic b liChlc'es one' scos initliady- ]ulics'bt o. i easue groilntdi for tlihe ltccuuldiatloi oi? ? of ioio wlo ...
BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
Tnwoas here aro mrnvinfi'alon~ stendily, though lowly, mIV ?!a ?! t ir~cnto' iu? Thie miners at prdsoAit arec in constnut om ploypnent .- , i ...i. ": " · :,.,- " ;A few b.ihdilnag~e in~the cotrln se ose ectFno~n the' tio nti.igld?onrlhoo diwnicln Lhvc" to it ao aspect of TproaspgLity md adugipf ytP NonI •..p:c ?lp.efO?"I?7'plp 5" W!) atsnnn nto I,??op . tbirn In attonadltig.t,. thg.~c in nh, ocijcty, and Lodgo *meotjngsar~ouctl?d ?nhnnhh are a'll, tl~o agentsa thoditribtctnn.goA ?:lc en:;oi'I atd t.m?,al.tiaro' Ou" I.p"~: O niept O ?e lntot, on hTlrhdnya ?iving openedd' J~idtiF ??g ?i?I)a few romarlkc '9n thb· advantncage-iffeure; d f~o';oi cluthy ~ti tik join.ig tio socit y; .an animat ed i.... ,...- e i took place on the f?miiationof, qUnart, somei holding, thai't ilt asa.formeed thrronlnnh the agency of..water; others contending that finre.win the chiefag~nl: in' itefobrntad14mrN"",l Nitre! I etr sonli has Vrnntinmcd to readn raper on tnse terestni m in h rt on Tn id:,i when ''i...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874
?' IIR j ~~RF" N )jItiT? ondlay for the p"upoe ,oi. tfg 'ons!.41riL/ Fleming's ci ase, :wl-o wns. discharged for boino absent firomin tie colliery in Sydnoy froma, tho .,4th. to.-tl 211tli ult., tlhreby losing three day ' work.--Mr,.J.qhn,.i1pen 'as chosani to., presideo,,' and ,,brj eily..stated the redasdns that negessitated.itiqlnectiing lbing called. aSeverl" speakers; adilrotisevd the medting, .anp ethlft eelhn.l'iprieviin'.wlsn stroilg.Iy againist Mi3: vL'honii'l!ouaudu Ia this mtter.,--~At the , conclusion, of. the ' ,roceedlin; it wfis jnonimously idetiudd to sUpport W0a. Flaxajpg .while out, pnd nend - a reholution re9p1e, g himn to tle delegate meeoting (reported 'esewhere)1P . ' "' Thle delputation appointed to wait upon the manager were Alessrs eoveridge, I)aviesr, mIid Talbot, jind the iptorvew el tlotd over, two hours, trl nig to Ipurisuidli :i iii io hl'e his determination, but utwithout avail, thl. answer they received being. that, sooner tlhii allow tli~ P to start ...