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Miner's Meetings. New Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

New Lambton Micners. i.J THE miners of the Noew Lamlbtn lodgeield] their monthly meeting on Tuesday-evcnmg,. last, June 2Uth, at Mr.' Lowe's' hotel. 'i r Mathcw Atkinson in the chair. X';: ; i'[X''. Thle minutes of last encra'l, meeting read .and confirmed. '1 Tile minutes of a committee meeting were tlino read and discussed, whiiclh 'eroe as; fol lows :-- st.' " That in the event of any man being requested by the mananner or the over ,man to set. props thllir than to secure "tlh *-w.rkin- face, thatlr iley, hIe paid .as follws : . for ropS)p.jofel;. 0 in'ches; 41L. fori "tfet,. props; 7 feet' C inches, Od:; 8 fueet props, --d'?tPl?aprcpsto?'-lhoe ronlght to the "plc'i where they are to le set." - 2li. ." Tllha for three imenl in a place tile inaiinger bd roe «quested.to pay.thei.tsuimof-,2d. per tor extra;. for four men, 3d. extra ; and for throe imen ih n hlicadng,-or,.oblier narrow work,. 3d. extra." iird;-" Thc - coijnittee also sfig gested that 3d. per foot per yard ought to.be...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING CO-OPERATIVE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

31Ei?'TIN. L00-O.'0I.CTA\'R nIINlinI S. . A meeting of the miners empnloy6d at this c6llieiy was held.oil YVednesday evening. list at tMr. Lundy's, CGrnpc' ln,. for the purpose of.directing the dolo gatc!hoho? ,.hslould..voteo on matters- brought-for-" ward it delogato moeet;ing; whioh apper. alsewlhcre, The;o e Iaewrc'voresont nt.ý , " If - I

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Greta Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

' rieta Miners. Ox Monday evening, the 20th June, a well attendedimeeasting of the' Gretia itin ars was heldfat Gieta. Mr. Joseph Bird occupied the chair. The Chairman opened the meeting, and 'called upoli: the Secretariy to read the minutes of previous iuieeting, wh'ch were read' aud confir'med. The-Ohnirnian therin said that this meeting had been calldl principally to alect scruti n.eers:forntlic cavel, iwhich would take place on Thursday nex.t. Messrs. Armstrong and Peas were then elected scrutineor . - The Secretary l Ir.- Armstrong) then read a letter. he had received from iMr. TJohn Wood, GeneralS'ecrbtaiy, calling a qluarterly delegate meeting"~i July 2nd. He also said there were twdo.notices of motion before the district,-one .from- WVallsend dinrl.one fronm Varata,.' I'm would read them,.aud it would be well to instruct the Delegate how to record fhis votes.t . The motions -were: accordingly read as fol lows :-From Wallsend-" Tliat "aiiy ::niner working in the mine ona Gove...

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QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

It wv!1l ho( soon by' nrn;n'dortisornont ;hil,dsibolhlr colntni~'ltiioto gooonllofi~ quojtit fo iO, li:'i]1l: L pinyodl botlvodn~- · Anth~oiiy. Smithl b~d ~'Cfuirii'o ~~right. oE Lnor)bon ait; nIr.Ci~ini's I46to1 tlhii ~~ (Satuorday), to colrlicndnt·iol btt'~o o'c~ocii2'~'l,XK.,,

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

M NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. . Flevo, Dutcl'hip, 1353, Strootman; loading latanb S ton - SBriton, barque, 452D son; to load Co-operative ild W s. or barque, 748brig, , ortonsn ; Argonad,:s t-perCaleron~,, oat 0-opera and' il Hniarque, Gasin g, barque,. 1099, to lo LmbtonA to l]K~Wullseid : I ti Ml Wooityof Glasgowhi, ship, 1168to- Black; to load all Twee GaSrque,-:£t obr to lo42d qew Lambton orLambton o 8f8 ato oad Jolian ? Irgens Norwegian barque, 748, Mortoinsen ; o load. Co-operative Camille, barqiue, C ea, sing 482; to load Lanibton Chrityof Gmesow, ship, 1788, Blackr ; to load Walls one, barq he, H Poarsito load New Lambton Aloxaanda, lhip9, 9, llis; to load New Lambton EIlswosrth, American brn ue 8581 ,tojload1 eCamill, blrique, 3510, Stafford; toloa.anibton oc ay, rench barque,, sdale94, Gastoading; lardinh . live eai e,?ii ship, 126; -Browneilliam; toload Lallselidi Chrysomea, ship, 157882,_Prne; wning.; toalolsenad a Ardeniag barque, 550, Trevitt a Ami...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

MARKET -JOUSEt O.'POSITE THE " DAILY PI-LOT. OFFIC:IE. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THESE PREMISES, CONSISTING OF A LARGE AND WELL- A SSOILTED STOCK OF, SGENERAL DRAPE.R4 WOOLLENS, &o., &c., and iwvill continue to be Sold REMARKABLY CHS[EA P! -----:o: The present Proprietor contemplates Removing to peaceEable and safe premises. -::ROBE--RT NGALL- BOOTS ! BOOTS! BOOTS! ** ..---(0)- S(L'ATE OF Mrs. AGG-AR'S) BEGS anost respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Newcastle and the, Surrounding Districts that h.lie has TAKEN those Large and Conmodious Premises of Min. W. XW. ROE's, NEXT TO Mln. SCHOLEY'S BUTCIIERING ESTABLISIH{MENT, which lhe has OPENED WITH A LARGE A?i) CAllEFULLY SELECTED STooqKCOV -' LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERVMA & COLONIAL BOOTS AND SHOES, In the Latest '-Most Fashionable Styles of the very best that can be pri , ?cn he hopes. by strict attention to business and civility to his customers, to saci l sfhare of the public pat...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

BIRTH. On Sunday,, thd .28th instint, at' hIr ,reaidence, s Plaitasiirg. tho wife" °f, Ar. T?n o??A H I?rLE WrHITE O a Son. a * A ORTHiUMBERLAND RECORDER. SATURDAY, 'JLY .4,' 1874.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

NOTICE. To Qur Subscribers. . ANOTIER .QUARTERS BEING! -UP This Dlj3 (Sa'turday) our numerous Sub scribers ? 'rersp'ect tcilly requested to JPAY; 7P, THIEIR SU .BSRIIP TIOnS tShiet ;waitd ion. Persons desirous of b.coinin4j Subscribers iwill please sent their addresses to thisQfflice, whent t -e ' rutdvooca?d t?ill thele;~ 'egilti?il sent.t .. ......... -- J .-STVEET;.......... A ij ro .,roprietors. Y rtallsEnl, 27th Tune, 1874.

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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

MELBOURNE. Thursday. * An inquest has been held on the fire at Beer's shop, in Little Collins-street, and which is supposed to have resulted from incendiarism. An' open verdict lias been returned. - It is stated that a young' lady of the des cription of . Miss Kellet was seen going towards Albiryablouout five weeks ago. A reward is still out for her recovery. -

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WALLSEND BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

*WA LLSEND 11AN\D. , We are'.leatsed to notice that the, teii.ci ot, our \\rallscnd Iand bns beenl naeepted for plal;intg on tle day' of.thei greatsProteRtn?t delictnstiatinhl, to i held on the l:th inst.

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SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

SSYDNEY. YridaLy. The only .shares saleable- to-day were coal and shale oil, the latter selling at 11s. lGd. to 12s., and WVallsend coal at 1Cls.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

1W7ALLSEND AND PLATTSSBUR4G. S - TII, E PITS??. .' ]:othi the Vuallsond nnd Co-operitid p its haive worked every .hift this week.

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ORIGINAL LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

- - rRIGINAT LINES; .,rHE follo ieg lines have ben dedicatedo the memory of the lato Richard Brownlow, Esq., of Sydney, Now 'South , Wales, by a brother volun. Gone 'thou artg'one! lstil, i memory dear We cherish the vision that yet thou are.here ; . But vain' visioni uust'vanish, ever aoid anon Wisdom whispers the secret, dear Brownlow is gone. Though our loss is his gain, we still feel him gone, For the rank of his comrades have lost a true one, Who ever wias ready at necessity's call, Withsmall hbore or Henery, to plant the good ball. A friend to his friend, to the poor, or distressed, iWVith mirth and good humour was ever possessed, 'A true volunteer, with a wise manly htart, Who in all rfile contests had well done his part.. Though gone, still the echo resounds near: and far,, Brownlow, with rifle, once Australia's bright star,' The varm light of his country, now illumoes his low And the r?' of Australia shall we plant at his head, To bloom o'erthe lov'd gravoeof the spirit tha...

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ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

ADE LAIDE. Thursday. Mr. Bundey was sworn in as Mlinister of Justice and Education to-day. He received the congratulations of the House.

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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

DISPUTEs of a petty nature are always:cciCuFr, ing at this colliery, which, though porhaps not:' of much importance, still causes nt'itkl~gsatis faction, and are the cause of much trouble to. the men's officers, as they have to be con tinually calling. the attention of the manager to smeo little grievance; and as soon as one is remedied, there is auiother'to take'its place. By thle report opf tihe lnit., speting it will be seen that there were several complaints, a.q. another' has jnst came tp, my iObtice.? t ap: pears that a narrow. place has boon sta'?ed ii the noew pit since- the late arbitration case. Before the place was put into the cavel there was a distinct understanding between the men and the overman that it should be paid the same price as the others of the same descrip tion upon which thie arbitrators had settled the ppayameathey .,wereaid-ri htka-i4s .8d. perg yard instead f s ntife ireason wis asked they were Informed t?lat as their plact was not pworking- when -the ar...

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

WYARATAH. TnE contract for-sinking the Waratah Comn pany's shaft, neal John's Paddock has at length been signed by the successful tenderers, Messrs. Brown, Dodds, and Pinton. It is more than three months since teiiddrs wero called .for, and it was thought by many that the Manager had changed his plans, and was not going to sink at this place. They will commence sinking as soon as a hut has been put up for the men to change in, and a stable for the horses. With reference to the other shaft, I hear that the last scam which, was found is very little good.. The men have commenced to drive a pair of cross cuts in a seam about 265 feet down. This seam is reported to be about 5 feet 10 inches thick, with the usual amount of hands'and jerry in it. The coal is considered by sonic to be very- superior. A quantity has been sent out to be tried with the locomotive. It is to be hoped that it will prove to be the thing, for the prospects of getting a payable scamr of coal over in that direction h...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

ANVIL CREEK AEND GRETA. I HEAR that MAr. V. B. Richards' (of Lamb tol) challenge to shoot a pigeon match is likely to be iesponded to i.y -Mr. Thomas. AMr: Thomas has many Ad s here, and they one and all appear to thin??kthlat Mr. V. 13. Richardson is rathler wide of the mark l?.hln lio. imputes any blowing propensity to' Mr. Thomas,. as it is well known that gentlcinan is one df the most unassiining' of his abilities in the country. I a oly wish thl match may not miscarry, and then we shall see which-is the blowhard. - . The pits still°continue to workl fairly, both Greta and Farthing's. having lost; but one day this week up to date. The Greta Company still, continues to-- way' 'quirtities 6f keroseneo shale. - I here it 'also moot'hd that thiis conpilany will very, shortly comnmence sinking- a new shlnft a ldng way to the dip of their p,resent' workings. If so, we may expect a n'till greater stir in "our.neighbpurhood; A trifling mnisprint appears in mny report of Mr. Steadiaan's....

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NEW WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

IN consequence of the rough weathe\ trade has not Tben quite so brisk as it was whin the editor oftho, Advocate was last out here, but tihe bords are now being opened out pretty speedily, and has there is a good demand forl our coalwo?' hhticipate grcat' things for New Wallulnd yet. We are certainly almost corn-: pletely isolated, and if it was not for the Ad vocate,, which now. reaches us regularly, we should not knoiv What was transpiring in the outer world at ill. 'HTwerer, Mlr. Hale wis here recently, and I understand that, through his exertions, steps' have been takentdo open. postal comnunnicat, n with Newcastle, and I believe tender are ariady Ltfor the services. I trust before ?g '? c stablished fact. Iv or Wallsond, Jiune 22,. 874..

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Municipal Intelligence Lambton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

S l~am bton Council. TuHi usual fortnightly meeting of the above Cohncil- 'was held on Tue~sday night last. 1r'cesent : *Thl. Mayor, Aldermen Screons, Mitddoekl, (unodhlw, andl Grant. 'the minutes of last meeting. were read: and, confiimed. COIttiiiSEONDEN4CfE. Letter frotm Mr. A. TFarqnlciroiiaccoliiplain ing',of the open quarry. inna street at Dark Oreek F The &Mayor st?ted that he had, in company with Alderman Yates and Goodhew, waited upon Mr. Steeln concerning the qunrry, and that he had ipromnised to fence it in and send in a plan,ofsthe towship of Jesmond to the Council,*and iilo to dedicate the treets to' the Council, but no communication had been received up to the present time on the subject. Alderman Maddock moved, " Tliat- Mr, Farquharson's letter be received and forwarded to M?r. Steele." -. .. Seconded by Alderman Screens, and carried. IiAYO'L'H MIINUTES. Gentlenile I hog to report that during the past fortm?.a the appeal. court has been held at Waratah, when s...

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New Wallsend Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874

Nvow TB~aHsernd" diner>:s. ,'''f' ON Saturday, June 20th, a fully attenlded mneeting of the miners and others working at New \Vallsend, Catherine Hill Bay, was held. for the pIrl"iose of considerini tlu. utility and pJrac'icIhly of e ,?.uing the services 6f a doctor, for this ],qi: . i "e " 6 MtrL. E. 5i.rLucetnsas unauniously-voted to the c..ri . SThe Chairman; in ai few lici'linent reiinilk , openeldi thl, inwe.ing by .stating the olject for which thiey hanl been called together, aond stating .the conditions upon. which "it*-wns probable a doctor wouhld engage. SMir. i?e T¶urabull then addressed the meut ing, and referred to the disadvantages of a doctor living a long distance oil" from tihe c.lliery, and the probable difilunilty ill getting one to resirdo there permaneiontly. Air. John Smith thought there were plenty of-dulvy na'ified milical'Tiiiii iii tlii'colony, aniI that lhtere wtllnhldble .i n difiuiilty ijipro curing the services of oe. IHe proposed, " 'Iha.we see about...

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