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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

AUSTRALIAN OINTM.NT. To Messrs. flow & Co., 8ydnoy.-Sir,--The wonder ful benefits I have received from this ointment and Australian Lotion, have determined me to give pub lihity to their unhoard .of properties. By its ap plieation my wife's breaits were cured mireulouuy, anl my son's head, for which I tried many appli cations without oeffot, was oured in a very short time by the Australian Ointment. Let the most pre judiced call.on me anld I will verify these statements. -bSAmUIO. loN?nT r, Eating-housekeeper, 25, York street.-Advt. '.a' Oameto his death while being hiton the head with a loug-handled stowpan at the hands of his wife," was the verdict in a recent case in llinois. . Ebbtrtisenmt.t. .. To Bh~cksninths and Car nter.. ,, W?ATNTED, a BLACKSh?ITH ndl" STRIKER ; aoV a lso,TWO (2j) CARlPENTERt9" Apply to "' ' ".J.' Y. NEILSON, -c 40 " -'.: ; Colliery Manager.,. -VYANTED, a HOULSE 'AID .A ly3 a, so e W to D ."A- ... MIIS. FLETCHER, Co-operative Colliery, Waillsend.: T...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

lIARLITA MgNTAR~Y The Herald of .ycsterilay (Tuesday) says :-The proceedings of yesterday evening ill tio Logislative Assonibly were at times rather of a lively though unbusiness-like character.. Th the early paa:t of thi oveinig, two motions: foir the adjournment of the 'House wiore made, 'the discussion on which ocoupied considerable time, and caused the business' to be delayed. The Standing Orders were suspended; to allow of'the Loan ?Bill being passed through itistrigcs' during last night's sitting. The bill was passd? ; and transmitted' to ,the Upper House for its concur rence. A mnotion, standinlg in the name" of Mfr. Allon, for leave to introduce a bill for conferring a gratuity' upon Sir Alfred -Stephen," in con aideration of his long and emineuit judicial services;. was withdrawn. The first drder of the day was the further consideration inCosoiimittee of ithe Whlole.of the Legislative Counsil's amendments inu the Electoral Act Amenldment Bill'; but hlefore this ewas called ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIGNALS FOR SHAFTS.—£100 REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

laTNALS I0s oNIA1r. -£100 1UewAIn.t |The Mining dcpartmenitof Victoria offers a rewald of £100 for the dliseovery of .a safe and ef.ccient means'of signalling betlwcen the top of a shnft'and tho several entrances to it, and betwoeen the several entrances, nud between eanch enitrance (separat_?I'i and the surface . The .examination oaf the inventiol will be coeidacted by a board to be appointed,"aii the rewnard will nbt bo pa ;able until .the ini-ont~ii' approvedl bytthe board shaill haive been tried for "fli months. ' ' :;!

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THROWN FROM A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

TIHROWN FROOM A HtOR5E. Yesterday afternoon as Mr. ]siahHurst, of l'latts burg, was riding, past our olffice, his horse coon snenced to buck, and the saddle slipping round he was thrown violently to the ground and narrowli 'saonpeda savago kick which the aniinal let out with both' legs. •hr. Hurst received some. nasty btruijs, ?a.d his shouoler and hack were sewerely injured: After the horse got away it dasliched into. Mtrs. Hemploawhite's yard oplposite, and jumpd' over revernl children who were playihg there, 'lhut foi tunately without injurlng any of them, 'and:was secured. shortly after Wvithout 'doing anyfurthle? damage... .. .

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORT OF COAL FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

IEXPOIrt't U COAL FltOM NIEWCA.ST'L. * Tle export of conl, for the week ending June ]Oth amounted to 18,211 tons, (6i74,tons of which wvc e slhipped 'to Sydney, 1'894 to Melbourne. 844 to * Adelaide. 3317 to New Zealanid, 71 to Rrisbano, 43(140 to San Francisco, 329 to Singapore, 48 to Java, 1227 .to .louogkong, 552 to IPadang, *15t1 to the Clarence Itiver, o653 to China, 3:1 to t tile steamers, uid 1171 for home consumption. The exiort of coke amounted to G1: tons, 11I of which were * shipped by the A. A. Cminpany, and 412 tons from the .0o-operative Colliery for Sydney and New Zealand. Weo uinderstand the Greta Company exported about S30 tons of kerosene shale for Hongkong.-Amongst the amount' exported during.tlie week the Wallsend :Co; shipped the most, having sent out 1919 tons, ,the A. A.;Co. was nuxt with 44!1t tons; Co-opera ,tive, 2791 tois ; Iambton 2770 tons ; Waratah 2008; nnid New Lamiton 848 tons.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

M': ~paRRI4~aGN;'i PAi¶dr-Rs AY. -Oft tbeltb ThutaMdts ~i t lr iRui.'B Kenny, S&lMUKCL PALY g , engineer, Byduy, t;6 JuqE, d~aughter of ML. Johzi IteayWaUaeud. h'· i ORTHU~MBFRLANDD RECORDEOR. W~ED2NESDAjt, J~UNE: 24· 1674

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLSEND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

'WVALLSEI:.N1) SCHLOOL O AIT5. The dlebating clas held(1 thelir fortniglhtly deiude on W?ednesday evening aInst. T'here wans a good attiu. danllc including several of the fair sex. One of tle \ice-presidelnts, .. \V. In.tarncs, was chairman, who niiounhled tile debate, viz. : "l'T?hic l does the greater injury to society tile Spendthlrift or tihe Miser,;' and called upon I:r. Chlarles Melville to open it,.who, in his opening remarks. informed the classhr that lhe.hlinistry would alrguc that tile: spend thrift does the grcater injury. 1is clcleagues, Messrs. 'losi, H: I). Clarke, and M3'Ore, ably u]:p. ported their. sides,, and -were assisted by,.Mes.rs.. JIunlmhroev:, Willis, and HIayden; Dr. Schlrader otpedled'oil',lhallf of' tile oppositioi., and argued the mniser does the greaterhinjury. H"e was suIppoIrted by Messrs:. Clevelancd, I:ush?ton, Rev. WVestacott, lFryar, and :.P?arker. Aftter the opener had replied thile chairman iput the question andl declared it in favour of tlhe mi...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

JOSIIPHSON'S AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT, Standard Ointment at New Sout Wale s. The Australian Ointment : has now been befoie the publio for mevenyeua b-s stood the publio test, and haa prved itelf the beat and purest and moet univer uy ynefuI . Ointment ever yet known, It as. oompoaed of plats na-trl to tlu colony, and oan only be mande hera, as the materials grow nowhere ele therefore the Australian Ointment Must be the Stand of 1.w Bouth 'Wales, " and atanda unrivalled. The wonderful cures it han effected, which i. proved ~by the following r.tati. mnoniala from parties ci undoubted repectablity, and who can at once be communicsted 'with, ad the large and daily inereslngdemaihd prove iftti bestill pre.eminant over aythirg of. the hind' yet known.' The Austrlian Oine tis os f a • PURE GREEN COLOU " the ast yit.??t or the plants from wl oh'i~ io ?po, and toaly! free jrom eay. a4 ..l 4qdleto~uc~a ond lsoiao?t? peries. £5OOO'w.~ b , W given to sn ce that eon prove the Australian Ointnept to b...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Harbour and Crane Accommodation at Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

Earbour aud nd-ra e~ Accommoda tion at Newcastle. In our last issue we stated that it was our Sintention to refer to.. other matters which 'acted prejudicially, to the interests of the port, and which require the immediate attention of the Government.. We have Sbefore stated that it was balderdash to speak about making provision, or enforoing the Sshipping of a certain quantity ofocal at each erane per'day when vessele frequently lay seven and.eigh days at the cranes after they are loaded.. For inatance, on the 28th of April last, when bad weather let in, the orse Shoe moorings w~eie ·fully occupied, the Horsa shipdoubled off one of the other ships at the wharf, and Nos. 2, 4,0, and 7 craneawere occupied by the ships Belensue. Forfarshire, Poonah and Andromeda; arid .:il no work was done by these oranes ... g 'tnhe to 8th of Ma following, eerar working aslost-the e oni o of these vee the other cranes being occupied .she could1 not be shifted from hatch to hatch; and her master went ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ACCIDENT TO THE WALLSEND STATION MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

ACCIDENT TO THEI WALLSI:ND STATION MIiASTER. On .'liursday last whilst .hr. .?alker, the .rallsend statioir-ninster, was pusliing several lheavily-litden trucks into tile goods dhed, lie slipped, and severely wrenched himself across the loins andl stomach. He did not think much of itjst the lime and con tinued his duties during that and the following day On Saitur?lday mornilg, lhowever, whel hle attempted to get up lie ~ws unaible to move, and has beenl con fined to ]his bed ever since. Last evening (T'uesday) we learnect that lie was it little better, abut it will bel some days lefore hIc is absle to resumae his duties again.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Manchester Warehouse, Hunter Street, Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

Mtanchestet' :Warehousie, -Hunter Str eet:tp:ewastic. ' .-AVING lhad ,ccasion to visit tlis,wel knowl establislhmnt during miy staly in the city, I had anll opportunily of inlpeditin. this establishmelnt, th!'ough hie courtesy ol its'proprietor (Mr. Ed. O'Gallagher). The eLstniblishlrueint is ccntramly situaLted, and .com riiaind ione of the best sites- iu:'the ;city, and libs ilhree entrances.,, A't tlte. iVesteru side, is you enter, is the ladies', fancy dress, silk, niiid nilou rnling g.;ods, ,iepnrtnnuit. Immedi diatcly andjoining is.. the, MJanchester Ware lhonSc dellartnlclnt, colllprisilng. calicoes, flaln nels, sheletings, hollands, &c.; then: comnies tlhe hi?is=ry, haberdashlery, ,and trimmling department, which is well stocked with ain exsullentn assortileut of goods suitable for the p?resent' season. At the furthest end, .and adjdni'ng the hat and cap departmnent, is the entlnnemiun's, boys, .,aand youths' Crimean shirts, in every conceivable pattern. ..At the ext...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Volunteer Company for Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

Volunteer Company for Tallscnd. SOG~ E time ago we briefly alluded to the advisability of establishing a Volunteer corps in Wallsend, and the recent appoint ment of Staff-sergeant HAYNES to the office- of Drill Instructor to the public schools of tile mining townships, brings the niatter again to our attention. We might mention thlatthere are many not nearly such important places as Wallsend, where Vol unteer companies exist,-for instance, Mnudgee, Orange, Wollongong and Ullna dullae-and representatives from each were prominent at the late encampment. The exercise necessitated from the drills to be gone through would be most beneficial and healthy,-especially to the ydung men who are comnpelled to work.in the pit the greater portion of the day, and the inducements offered to join are by no means to be ignored. Besides the glorious honour (which every Englishman prizes), of being fitted to fight for one's country and Queen, should the necessity arise, there is ihe opportunity of aunu...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

. ACCIDENT. On Saturday evening last whilst Mr. JI. Johnsen w.s remnoving to his Inew premises with a hot ce and dray, the latter passed over iL .stump in the street and capsized. A A ld named Villinam Youll wits in ithe dray at the tinm and wus thrown voilently out, and aii stone that was being cnrtcd falling upon his arm iniictiiig a severe gash litl,-ut twb inches deep. He lost a quantity of blood, h:t tlhe wound being promptly sewn upI by Dr., Sccrtder, the lad is now doinu ir wellann can be'expect.euld. :

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coal Upon the Brain. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

Coal Upon the Brvn I, (From a Correapodndet.) TaIe nafiliction seems prevalent in some parts of the colony, ald which has made mrany victims in the sister colony of Victoria, has made its appearance in this remote quarter of the globe, in proof of which this district for miles inland, and I am informed some miles out to sea, is taken up for coal-producing pur poses. So great is this infatuation to enter into coal Apeculations, that search parties are out daily, intent iupon taking up any available land in the hope that it may contain coal; and anything having the least resemblance of smut about it is taken up with an eagerness past my power of description. But thaltks to Providence and the vacillating disposition of my friend Mr. Smyth, up to the present I have escaped the dire effects of this distress ing disease. In point of fact, I will here endeavour to describe the proceedings.of an adventurous little party which left this place on Sunday last under the direction of Mr. Surveyo...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MISS ADELAIDE STONEHAM [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

MIIZS A1)ELATIJ)J XTOY1EJAM This thleatedl Indy, assisted by Mr. Hi. Stonelhaml , and Mr. H1. Goulstone, gave two more of her popular centcrtalluments in Hurris. Assembly Rooms, \Valls end, on Saturday nlld Monday evrnings. The at tcncancc oni Saturdtayevening w.s muc:h larger thui previously, and'otn Monday e'onilng there was also a. good attledance, nuld the lcharnscters rcpresenlcd by Miss Stonelharn wore as successful as eve r. --Last evening (Tuesday) the Compuny appeared for the first time in the Jicuhabite Hall, Lalmbton.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miner's Meetings. Waratah Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

Miner's Meetings.. Warntah Miners, TuE regular monthly lmeting of the miners of No..4 Waratahl lodge was held in Mr. Jenkins' room, Lambton, on Friday evening last. There was a numerous attendance, and Mr. M. Yeates occupied the chair until the check-weighlnan was selected, who always acts as chirmap of the ]odge . The minutes of last ;meeting were read and confirmed. The first business was the election of chleck-weighman for the next thrqe months. TI'here.were two nominatione-Messrs. P. Grl?t and Jatnes Bower, A showof hands was taken. when Mr. Grant was elected. MIr. Grant returned thanks for the confi deuce reposed in him, and he was then moved to the chair. The following oflicers were then nominated to be elected at the next meeting;:-Mr. TIhomas Johnspu, secretary; Mr. George Maddison, treasurer; Mr. Michpe! Yeates, dlelegate.. SMessrs, M. Yeatcs and J, Butler were elected as aullditors. • The following gentlemen were then nomi nated for committee:-Messrs. Jas. Butler, Thos. An...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

NWCAS?'TLFS $CIIOCL 0J' AUTS. 1Ve undersftnnd t t) th e l) noilding committeC in con .*i?ation with the Newcastle School of' Arts have accepted the tender of air. John Ash, for £1900 for the erection of a ne?w School of Arts,. and a comnnlnnenenlt is to )e made ait once.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADYINGi AND O IOADh - :. Briton, barque,'452, Dynon ;' to load'Co:opra~ti t WVild 1Vave, ,rig, 194, Vilson ':' Essie Black, barque, 281, Sivicr ; iloadig.Lambton KIasss.. barque, 324, iMcOonnachy-Y . ; Albuera, barqu-, 774, Thoiasm; to'-load aew Limb ton . Esk. barque, 413 ; laid up WVmyas C3astle, shil, 57U, Shields : to load Lamb ton Flevo, Dutch slhip, 1353, Strootman ; toload Lamb ton .. Kadina, e'hi?i,6G2, Barneson. Gem, barque, 48S; Peerson- . Argonaut, ship, 1173, Cameron; to load Co-opera J. L. Hall, ship, 698, Smith Nations Hope, ship, 741, Bateman David Hoadley, American barque,' 1099, Kelton; * to load Wallsend Ari'tide, barque, 408, Briand ; to load Lambton Escort, American barque; 630, Cirver ''to .load L mbton " . Ornate, barque, 739, Doughty ; loading Lambton Woodlark, ship, Largee; to'load Lambton Laju, ship; .,G6, Scott; to load New Lambton Twee Gezuslers, barque, 542, Hopter; toload New Lamlton . . . " Johan I: gens, Norwegian blarque,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

THE WANTS OF TIIE IPEOPLI SUP PLIED RA'l'T LAST. ;E8WINC MACHINES! THE CELEBRATLD LOCKST1TCII 'The -ousehold.' r ISMac8hinc? is so Simplo that any ordinary "L permon.cin learn to work it'sconstully, hind 2do thkeiame work "that ti doneo b? thdi 'mostr :penive 'Family A"achine oajirlD in. ue.mnrk,. . It is so nsiu ple in construction, and consequently lesas liable to t epat of iepair, certain in its results, durable in tars , and' adapted to all kinds of' work rcjuired forti family;:it has the under dr four-motion f,?ed? the ibest in use, andi will pass fromnthe finest .maulih to the coarsent wit1hot aCny ~lteratlion in the adljutmernt it makes the A ,: ...enuine Lockstitchl ALIKE,,'ON BOTH SIDES, bofaamous'fors itk~,Sreqith, Jieauntq,'e ando,. 'Duraility d will uiotirip. It uses a Stort Straight N~eedles sich is,,easily adjusted to. Its place.. It run, ),?pdly xuidEasily, eithdi'. by I-Iand or Povcr. it .?€I[IE' SEW ON Silk. :LiIen,' Woollcn;. arid 'Cttoi Goodswith Slk; 'Linen, or C...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 June 1874

N'OT I.C E. MiJR. CHAS..STDNET ha been napponted bcairnser 7'hid Collecta. fir this Journal in NcwcastM/e, anrd will' recew'e orders ifor Ad vertlisements and Job Printing. .T. J f STEET, a ..Pro. Proprietors. 12th tJuly, 1874. : ' NuOTICE. M'INMI "-'G EN' C:Y! ... : MN . PHI LTP FIEFNER. of 3wrr, o hnau:heen ap ointod AGENT for this jjji Journal, fron 'wheim copie.d of thes 2doneat" can always he obtained. -He is also author ined to receive all moriies due in that town, and his receipt will be a sufficiexit discharge. J. M. SWEET, .- Pro. Proprietors '" finer ; Advocate Office,' S1st June; 1874; o-'? . . .OUR. SUBSCRIBERS.... • ubhnribers failing to receive their copies wili oblige,1us by makinga; ppltcatiori at the ofliee, orto ani~y"of 'dur"Agents, whoseais names:? are notified on page 4. S TO ORRESPQNDENTS. l. 'rresnonrldents arPF requested to adhere t'o the foll~vig'.gig?oetli?ons .to .echnanro inhertion : To write only on -one sidd :of the -paper, to write in clear and distinc...

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