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WARATAH. POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY, 26TH JUNE. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. R. Turton and J. J. Hill, J.P's.) THREATENING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
* WARATAII. POLICE COURT.-FnIDAY 2GTrH JUNE. (Befori'H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. 1i. Tur * ton and J. .T. Hill, J.P's.) THIIEATENINo LANGUAGE. Isabella B-ruton was charged with using threateaning language towards Mary Jones, on June 18th, at Lambton. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. From the ?evidence of coniplninant, thd prisoner threatened to rip her black guts out. As the defence could bring' no evidence in proof of malice, the defenr'ant was lound over to keep the pence for'two months, one surety of L£5, and two in £2 10s. (Before Messrs. A. A. '. Tighe nnd J. J. Hill, J.P'p. OBSCENE LA'NOUAGE. John Gordon was charged with using obscene language within hearing of persons passing. .. , . . ,.. . Mr.'Nic'holson, who appeared for defend Ont, raised a legal .objection,---te words used not being inserted'in the sumnt.ons. The Beitch postpone'd.the cake for the present. . . ' ' S DISonDEn LY co02DUC. Edward'Thormas was charged with allow ing disorderly conduct to take. place in:hi.4...
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
lEINNIIN. EVEItYTIIINO ii this town hlas again become very dull, and an Iunaccountable change has apparently came over everyone fbr the worse. About three or four months ago the M[essrs. Brown stated that coal would be sent to 'market in two months from date, and here we are with men being discharged every week, and the prospect us fir off ls ever; and we hear the same tale still,-work will be commenced in earnest, and coal.shipiped in two months oi the middle of August.: •But its no use complanin~g, things look bad, but grumbling will only make them worse, so we will hope for better.days, nud tru.t that-before thie end of the year at least a change for the better will Il've taken place. .Tunue 26th.
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
ANVIL CREEK ANDI GRETA. I I?AVE nothing of importance to record as having occurred since my last. The pits are both working well. I believe thai; MIessrs. P. N. Russell and Co., Sydney, are about completing an order for a number of new waggons for the Greta Company. Six landed in Newcastle on Wednesday last, and will be a great acqui sition to the company. I notice that it was stated in the Assem bly the other night that the deeds for the allotments of land sold in the toxinship of Greta will be ready tfor delivery in about six weeks. \VWhen this is done we may expect to see things flourish fthster than they are at present, and I have no doubt that new buildings will go up everywhere. June 20th, 187g4.
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
IIAMitiLTON. '"iE chief topic of conversantin here. is the coming race bet.W\p~e pronk and, Watson. ''h ground which I Lefore mentioned as .anted mnaing is now finished, and will be an good condition, if thd weTther keeps fine. Insteod of 'uking 0O yardsas at first pro. posed, they have made .aboup 40, so that the finish will be clear off the gntter in the cross :street. WVatson and Punlop may be sooe taking a spip eoyery day, b.t it is needless for any of the " stop-watch gentlemen" to trouble themselves, 'for they *are too ,old to be caught on; the hop. Very littlemoney has been laid as ,yet, but' I suppose Bpeculation will coqe mence after the pay. ' ' There are ab~ut L i-ltly Iila l ni LL . **... now in the new pit, bnt v.±ry J)uoo nwagys zInr earncd, as tithe coal is very bud to geLt. " The pit was off on Iaturdaly last, buIt hIlns worled ever since. June 2?6th, 1874.
Municipal Intelligence Wallsend Council. BUSINESS PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
~2£unicipal elntgellienc WVallsend Council. BUSINESS PAPER. NOTIcE OF MOTION?S FOR "THI NXT MIEETING : Alderman Hone to move, That the assessment made by the valuers of the racnble property be received. A'deman sIsclIAnTDMON to ImoT, That this Council havingnow before it the valuation of rateable property within the Borough of Wrallsend, made by the duly appointed valuers therllccof, do now make on the basis of such valoation no assessment on-such ratcnble;pro ptrty in accordance with the provisions hanid.for the puposes of the MIuniclIialties Act of 18t67. Alderman W~VLKI?R to ? lmove, . '-..... Thalt thae rate of one shilling in the pound be now made by the Council upon all rateable property within the muncipality for.the current year,. on ithe assessed value of such property trts'Adeter-. mined ly thie valucrs appointed by this Council for sunch purpose. Alderman Nzxz.soN to Imove, That the asstessmnlnt ?nd rale be fairly tramlscribed into the rate-book as directed by seCtion .iA...
EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF LEICHARDT'S REMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
EXP~pnrI n IN S4jROR PO Q;fqAfLUB'8 RiIA4NB. We understand that a l~artj con of Jamie asacoii, late Staif.sergearit ii t If e , Jas. Forrester, and J5s. Sto~lhs hasie be? chohi from amongstr several who had volunteere to joii~ Andrew Houme on an ezpcdition to search fot Leichardt's relics. These men are in every way suittable for the journy they are underteking, and will start early in July. They are to be provlded with nine horses, rifles and revolvers, and all equip. ments necessary. We wish lde party every success,. and trust it will be more satisfactory than the last one, and that 1?ume may yet be in a position to verify his former statements,.
AN ADVENTURE WITH THE FRENCH POLICE. [IN TWO PARTS.—PART II.] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
AN - ADYENiT'URE WIH THE FRENCH POLICE. - 1!i' 1 ? *lrwo -rll I J monwnr ~ nf coursg1 ?" asked the hiicbIlanndll y\s, odw iting to know reasnaodfoknj, invitation tb his gst pro reason tfo -my hi ngust pre ,va.D IUn an English " I an iered alittle ton in French, as "4houg that were a gonan ??t reply. tve a? ic~r smiled, but closely caning my ,vjd l7sooed to read a sufficientl determined to fr'ir s 'purpope. rstide. ttie" said he,. " Monsi r is to be scor??' la?d this niglhtl murdere il.robbed I"' Lonadid, oolly, buht still not takiag his eyes iu;,- ny iow, as I suspect, sligtlyf startled 'wee ? tenance. L' ob:T bed I" I almost shouted, " and 'nidr 'lmo d By whoinx?" ?eady lau the. prsoe inlisgrp *n T ? c?hief raised' his nge. as though to 3:ty itio'i kne nort-tsp'o kitT?-oudly. " q-By.thle comnpanion-frieud-valet of the Phac onsieur," he said; " but we will take hi, n'if snousieur has only. courageS ' he added, with a' E1saittle chuckleo of satisfaction, as though he 'eady had the pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
bbecrtisctenttt TENDERS are in ep to the 18TH JULY, fto tho PAPERI~*Knd PAINTING the " Old Blue Bell" PublieAe. M lowest or any tender nct.necessarily nccoLId. B R. REAYa 428 Plattaburg, Wallsend. ?1otlee to Br cklayers, W"ANPED, TENDE f r the BRICKWORK orf HO i 3Vfe y 26 feeoot, by 20 feeoot in height, uitua t- fd s'fTown. Tendors to &lt;fwr ?)ahlful|y. Lowest orany tender not neoeuarili aeeof .h' For all iaforman lion appllr to. / " p / RoOBERT LOVE,. ---9 ,r a? nbtoxn Colliery Railway. IPr'r te4 ant Iemont'stra on. W ANTF, a BAND to ? ?- t Be Demon S s tra oi in ho1 of ying thj Foundation btone of t Plattslh e Protestant Hall, on to 13"n' TLEND S, stating t ms, kc, iwi lbe reccivedl byv the n? lersigned, fr whom all I?rticulars can be obtai d, ul1 till o'clock p.m. in TUESDAY, the 30t nsant. JAs. LSON, Secretary. 'la Lurg, June 25th, 1874. Tender. rriEN ERS are iin d p ONDAY, 29th I Iln tant, by thrb nl q a r?ibl School Board, for SU I)ltY ?EZ-IIAl to ,h COHOOL PR1E MISES...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
Latest .District News. . (vloxt oUn nAitious COIRREsrPONDENvs.) LAMBTON. ON Tuesday evening last abont dusk, a horse belonging to 11r. Richard Dainty which was left standing with a dray in Grainger-street, near the Co-operative store, bolted and rushed up the street at a tremendous pace; but was at length stopped without doing ariy damuge. A little follow who was in the dray stuck manfully to the reins until tlhe horse was stopped by some inen in the street. It is a miracle that the dray was not capsized as there is only room in the street for one dray to travel, and if it had got into the gutter or against the kerb, the result might have been serious. The horse has just been recently purchased by Mr. Dainty, and he had no idea that hlie was a bolter. Mr. A. Smith has opened hisl new publie house on Saturday last, under the high-sound ing name of " The Marquis of Lorne." This house occupies a good stand, on the corner of Dixon-street, near to the Rechabite's Hall, 'an;d for accommod...
Manchester Warehouse, Hunter Street, Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
Ianchester Warehouse, Hunter ZStreet, Newcastle. A-ING hand occasion to visit this well - l known establishument during icy stay in-tl city, I had an opportunity of inspcctinu this 'stablishlenlclt, thronugh the courtesy of its pr rietor (Mir. Ed. L'Gallagher). The e.s'tblis luenit is centrally situated, and comn nlands ae of the best sites it tha city, anud has tihre eiltrances. At the WTesteru side, as you en ??, is the ladies' fancy dress, silk, and mnourang goods "departaenat. I-ntaedi diately ad ?ining is the lManchester .ware hlouse depa tment, conluprisiang calicoes, tlnu nels, sleeti *6s, hollands, &'.; then comes t.he hois.ry, ?haberdaslhery, and trinlnling department, lhich is well stocked with au excelleit assor tuent of goods suitalble for the present selson At tlhe fiurtllst eul, landl adnjoiiling the ht t and cap department, is the gentlemen's, b s, lland youths' Urinmeanu shirts, in every onceivaeble pattern. At the extreme souther a side is the gentlemlan's s...
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
MISCELLANEA.. 'Ti[ ScxIl?r.~ o," KIssINo.-Pebplo will kiss, yet not one in a hundred kuow lho* to extra'ct bliss fFont lovely lips, any or1'lithan they know hliow to make diamlonds from chliarcoal. 'Alnd yet it is easy, at least for us. First know whmon you are going to kiss, Don't ualke a nistake, although a' mistake many be good. Don't jump likua trout for a fly, and "mack a good wonlan Q noeck; on the oar, bn th6 corner of her fok r on the end 6f lher nose, or knqck ?or btorfall, TIhtb gentlenan should bo'e'itle t'h tallar, .'TI sould have a. clean face, a Irid oye, and 'a hiouth' full of expressions. D)on't lRits aory body. Don'tit dowp to it; stan(l up.\ NoUd not be anxions bo tti i a cowd. Two persons. are p nt? r, ,~ci onotl i kiss; more pers?e? ou spoil ln sport. Take the loft handn f the lao y in yoi right,; let your la't ~o to- 'hny plaeout of t way . throw the loftbhand gently.over. the ;shbouldeor df the lady, and let it fall dao.n the right side, t*owards'tho belt. Don'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 June 1874
- Qtatbcrtiatcmntit%. . O... ATSO 'AI'sI JORTILAxT'S I S LE IB N G ER .,. PHOTOGlRAAPHIC AIRI'IST., 'Hunter Street, Newcastle. (J .. r. Slnithlola), Dosirtr tW CK tho I'Plio of Willheni land vicinity vl?o Liborial "PI'rLIIniagO reolved tlioso last two f noutliF, eund wihloh to mumcounoo his havinginado groat IlclnrOvol(.ll"otH oi timO I'rolntius, being thciwblel, otl to ]Excouto ?"Oc'c ? , f tlh Nuowcmt S .1 all branches of the art, at Voi'y lhuoqqill ;Prioes,''..' " Pa urtictlar Iattentioc paid to CartLo-do-vicito. 227 LAMIBTON D)ISPIENH SAUY, Es an EYunwr I un ox.R - DIsc'.oNo INca uczMIwT AND J)IIUnrlH', A Stock of Ocluino D}rugn. ?Patent Moedliclcn , Horse and OCattlt i MoudicIncl?lwavi on hnand. Facmily lyoclpico carefully'?o rd. .. 'eetlh .carf lly extracted. Fino.ihcalthy Leechen kept coit aly on' inlld, 1598. has I ·) nuwh K I.' U M *l OI'EN ]i Tli1 AmVJ If ~ UituLttfll ira tIM, huartt Al )I~nzi towurnhljl. F~irartalarn. Lupwars of orvery· rluarnorii,tiors always on handc, a...
CORNISH MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 July 1874
CORNISH' MININ(G. Tam 'position of mining in the country appears to become more hopeless every day. On Monday last the standards of tin were again reduced £2 per ton, bringing the quotations down to £81 for superior common, and £83 for superior fine, 'compared with £147 to £150 for the same ~qpulities of tin two yearis ago. The best qualitiesof tin ore now realise £51 per ton, and some samples do not realise above £45--aibout the prices made in the glboomy years'1866 and 1867, but with this differerice in fivour of the latf`er years, that coal, materials, and labour were then very much cheaper. The stocks of tin in the hands of the smelters are very heavy, and thbe supply from Australia may be expected;to fall of considerably in the face of present:prices. There is no doubt that there are numerous deposits of alluvial tin in .the colony, and that a rising market would at any time extend the leld oflabour and quicken importation. At all eveints, judging only from the stocks now in ha...
Lucinda's Lover. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 July 1874
Lucinc.as's Lover. BY FR.ANCES FiREELINGiDBRODERIP. SJ'ucinda, dear Lucinda, won't"you "make'it up and forgive'uie I" ' .:.' ."'' "' .. "No, Geofirey, you' cnnuiot suppose I am lost to all manidenly dignity,-as to pass over your unwarrantable conduct I" " Well, I do think 'women''are' afully im practicable now-a-days l""imttiered ;Geoffray between his teeth, adding aloud n,' 'You really have no grounds for jealousy, Lucindal" " Sir !" replied the indignant girl, colouring all over neckland brow 'with a passionate anger, " I pifess neither wish nor right to entertain eaic~ih feeling towards you.. What ever passed between as' must be considered as cancelled frdm, this moment. I- have the honour to wish yon aigood evening I" And so saying, with a haughty curtesy, arid a finsh]ing glanco_Jrom a pair of very handsome eves that sparkled with a hint of coming tears, she turned proudly into the house, and closed the glass door resolutely after her. Geoffry Helliar strove in vain to detain h...
ORIGINAL LINES. ADAM'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 July 1874
ORIGINAL IANEs. S . ADAM'S WUILL. Our old father Adam, last timeihe felt ill, Sent for his lawyer to make out his will; He thoulht it hi duty to put thnin's iorder Before his last enemy quite shov'd them over,. The lawyer cune there with his clerk to his client, ?He tried to shed tears besid&e his old parent ; A llthin wans pretension, for he had his own notions :Hlave the estates for himself, and none for his ?sle tions. Old Adam, poor soul, within desth' oonvdlsions, Could not well mutter his wishes and notions; For all this the will was written and signed JSo.Adam he died, and in due tinie was buried. ai'n ?ll his relations did gather together, ·a'b hear the will read o'er by the lawyer - ~BLht lo ! when they heardit some made ugly faces, Aye '! some turned black, great was their grimaces. Jiist'look at the way the estate was divided: - To some there was kingdoms, extensive allotted; Some made into dukes, and some into princes; Some made into slaves, to be always in ditch...
Latest Telegrams. CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 July 1874
, latest Telegfr ms. S (F rom the Sydney Papers.) . . ' CABLE MESSAGES. :-t' ',:, 'LONDON, June 27. ', 1he Aichbishop of Canterbury's Bill for de~iing with rit'ualisticpractices (in the, ciirch) has'ipassed tlho House of LordR. , "A' narriage is on the tapis between Princess BeItrice' ahd the Grin'd Dnuke Alexils ofRjuisa. Rigorous nicasirces have been iistitited against the Bonaphrtists, .who are subjeced toldinliciliary visits. ,"The i-inioured visitof the neen to.St. Petersbiurg is forinally cotiiradict. .. SCo-oporitive Sito re,; imbtou. T NTED ' FEMALE ASSISTANT, at the WV above Stbre.' Applicatlons, in own.hand writing will be received by the MANAGEIt, at-the "Store,- from whom all information can be obtainied .440. ' T. DENT, Sec. Notice to Bricklayc rs. TTANTED, TENDERS for the BRICKWORK S IV of a HOUSE, 30 feet by 25 feet, by 20 feet 4in height: situatLed in -Admsn' Town. Touders. to close on the G(it July. Lowest or:any tendernot necessarily accepted. For, all informa t:o ...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 July 1874
(To the dllitor of the Miners'? Advocate.) :' :* Sir,--Accotdicig to"my promise I send you:ahbthcr basch of m my views upon the cnliestion: oflNewcastle harbour. .Had tiecoal trade, been a new industry, or shipping requirimocnts.a.nev. iuvontion Si the 'world; we might ~oik 'upon tlie ieglect'of the Goverimcnt towards Ncwcastle with a small' degree of;Palliation, becauso then wo might conlsidor.thley were pursuing a wise!policy in waiting, for necessity. to instruqt, them. how to spend, tle public money judiciously; but'the 's' is 's'o"extremely the opplio site as suffilielit to have taught indeed a moderately qualified Ministry to have anticipated, the growing demand of Newcastle for coal shipping.facilities. Any'one who is.the least acquainted with the history. of coal'miiin'in? ny part of the world Rnuiws that it'- ihas always been the most jprolifc' soiiicd for ,accumulatinlg wealthl and permianeny of: employ *ment of any. other industry in existence ; and, .in deed, it :alwisys...