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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874
AUSTH'ALIAN OI$NTM1ET. To MIessrs. Row uold Co., Sydney.-Denr Sirs. IHa.ing out a piece of flesh right out to the bone of lthe first joint of the thumb, and suffering great pain, :not being able to get- any relief by the many remedies I used, I was induced to try the Australian Ointment, haviug seen it constantly advertised, .whicdh, I am happy to say, cured it in the most .wonderful manner in a few days. I can strongly recoumnlncd it as being the best I ever used.-- -V. M ' Do?ALn, Grocer, (G5, Elizalbeth-street, Straw brry Hills. AdEt. Ebbcrtiscment.r Co-operative Stnr?e, Lambton.. WTANTED, a FEALE SIS'1STANT, at the above Store. Applicateons, in own hand writing, will be received by MANAGEn, at the Store, from whomZ ,is1ormation can be obtained. 440 , W. T. DENT, Sec. IANTED, a GIENEIRAL FEMALE SEfl Vn. T. ,ply to R. ItS. HEPPLE\W'HITE, Plattsburg, Wallsend. Money Wanted ! Money Wanted ! Las ding Investment Soci et " THE u i ov ci ty . prefa to rcceive MONEY 'ON L( (for tavlv -in...
LOCAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874
LOCAL NOTICSB. We notice that Ir. It. Johnsen has decided to con tinue his business as furniture broker and cabinet maker in his promises opposite the Wallsend station house, and next to tie line building in course of crection for his hotel, which.is progressing rapidlyA towairds completion ; and by advertisement it will be seen that Mr. Jas. Forrester has removed to the premises lately occupied by Mr. Johnson, where he intends carrying on his business of grocer and pro duce merchant on a larger scale.--It will also be seen by advertisement that Mr. Chas. Way has com menced operations as wliheelwright and general blacksmith, in llrookstowc, adjoining Mr. Lumsden's orangcry.-Mr. Thos. Russell has added another store to those alreridy existing in P'lattsburg, having taken the premises of Mr. Jackson, Devon-strbet, and has stocked them with a large assortment of groceries and general produce, and we notice that during the past week Alr. ]tussell has added several tons of goods to his: ...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874
(FROM. OUR 'VAIiIOUS CORnnE?PONDENTS.) LA19H BT@iON. u.ls annvrsarr : services.. of the oLaibton iiiiti;,·'lt lfethpf~ ist .Sabbath` School will be Jbold on Siniday, Jilly.tlh, iii the CI~acabites' Hall. ""`Iu'the :norniig.at eleven 'o'clock and iat lialf-past 06- p. .sni'rmons will be prieiched lby MIrs. WV ais, and at ha'll-past 2 p.m. lby lev. B. Kenny, of \Wallsead. "On Monday evening a public tea meeting will be held in the hall, after which a public meeting will be held, wheln addresses 'will be delivered by several gentlemien, M?'. Waters, and 'others, Mr. T. Conn in the chair. The children will irecite suitable pieces-of poetry, scripture, &c., suitable hymns will also be sung, under the conductorship of Mr. J. Robinson. Mr. J. -Simpson will preside at the harmonium. At this colliery the pay did not close till Tuesday night last, it being the end of the Comnpany's half year. Therefore on Saturday the ini will have thirteecn days and a half to draw,'and it will be the...
THE COMMONAGE. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874
THEI CIOMIONAGI . .(To Ihe Edtllor of Ithe 2lhiers' Adocate) STi,-Seeing that there is somei danger of the people of this district allowing Ihliru Common'ne to be out np, I now wish to throwv out some suegestions in refrenee t h thherto, ahoping lint it will eh thu means of arousing the inalibitants to a seiCsi of their rights in couencn on with this mattotr, As is well known, the parties who are'o agitating to hIlve Ihe ohlimonageo sbld re those who hIve. built theii ehlvos houses ol it. and who now. think,,lhatt t hat :ionstitutes a right It i t. W'aell, taohe this for girn teid. 'Jo enable oevery one to iuy the piece of ground that his house -is built on it will-necessitate-thi survey iot only of throe sections ,but the whole of it, for Iieiba're hdusoeh ibuil' anll over it; and it we adreit tii i rinicilelo that one part .of the (i-mmonnag hli1hl ie .sold to clpable thlp peoalo residing neat' Limbton to buy their , houses, we cnunot, ii commoi' honlosty, refuse the salune tarvou...
Latest Telegrams. CABLE MESSAGES. HOME RULE IN IRELAND. London, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874
..... T 1eg ei am [,(Prom 11i Sdnqe Parr :i CABLE MESSAGES.; HOME RULE INl IRELAND. London, June 30. "Tih tihe house of Commons, Mr. Isaac Butt, Q.C., member for Limerick, has moved resolutions for the restorationi of the Irishl Parliament, to deal exclusively with Irish aftairs, the Imperial Parliament' to reserve exclusive control in relerence to all matters of an Imnperial kind. SThe proposition gave rise to a lengthy debate. Dr. Bulls one of the muembers for Dublin University, and Attorney--General for Ireland, opposed the motion. The discussion was adjourned until Thurs day next.
MINERAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 July 1874
SIiNElflAL E AM ir e a&r&" eiin'estdd 'to AI] attention to :'ai'advoier?mrniit "in"thl di4scial columni respecting- applicatigus for MindraL1'1ddh'"ii J Th?'noti'o'ia 'ghbded'b' tlih' L.tvyrit~'" That tlplljnatlons for. Mtinqrnl c?soasS. will not in futtme be received at thisLDepart 'r e'nto6f Mineos olce, bliit?ust lo madeo i tdid Wirden, it ,t$f Land: bd iitiin. Mining -District; or if. othrwyise;, to tho~;L Agent -of the District, in accordance, with.sub-section u,8tof olausao 66of fi' £ i' n nzMLof"L 87.
The Anthracite Coal Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
Tine Antlracite Co'il Trae. On Tuesday thl ' inthrarite Colliary pro prietors held a meeting at the Macakworth Arms, Swansea, to 'hear the report of Messrs. Morgan, Lloyd, and Thompson, who wereo ap pointed to confer with Mr. Abraham, the miners' agent for the Ldughor (Llanelly) district. It appears that Mr. Abraham held out no hope of an acceptance on the part of the men of the proposed reduction of 20 per cent. Underrthese circumstances the pro prietors felt that they had no alternative but to arrange to give a month's notice on the Ist rioxinmo to terminate all contracts ,viith the men. lMany colliri s':will not go thisi length, even inwthe neiglicliitrhood of Llanelly, anditi is uncertain~hw'fartheli~esolution ..wilL bind the Penbrokcrsli ??trade. The Llangenichcl collieries are said to be working full time, and we hope this may be thle cas'n at other,pits. Very little is:doing, however, At somed of the places where otiher dcscripfons of coal is raised. Thus at Penchawdd the col...
Terrible Colliery Explosion. 53 MEN AND BOYS KILLED AND MANY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
STerrible Colliery Explosion. 53 MEN.-AND BOYS KILLED AND MIANY INJURED. ON 'Tuesday night, shortly after eight o'clock, a fearful colliery explosion oc curred at the Astley Deep Pit, Duckinfield, the owners of whic'h are the Dunkirk Coal Company, and with one exception the pit is the deepest in England. At the time of the catastrophe there were 152 men. and boys engaged 'on the night shift, and th.e explo sion fool~ place in a spacious tunnel, 70 or 80 yaidls long, and about 10. yards wide, which served as a main air road. A portion of the roof of this tunnel has been in an un satisfactory condition for some time past, and it is alleged that a smouldering lire has been kliown to exist there for a considerable period; but as there was a strong current of air, no immnediate danger was appre hended. Recently the couplings used for the support of the arch gave way, and in consequence a fall of stone took.place. On Teicsday a staff of men werewtengaged in propping up a portion of the ro...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
S(ToI the Editor of the Jfianer8' Adoocate.). Sn,--In your issue of Saturday, I notice that your Greta correspondent says that Mr. Thomas is the most unassuming man in the district. He may be so, but mny experience of him is to the contrary, for I have heard him challenge to shoot me when I have not been speaking to him, and other people have heard th'c same. The reasoni I wish to shoot in the crichet ground is, because their can be no dlispute about the boundaries, -and more fair play will thus be given to both parties. I do not wish to att'ibute anything unfair to M1r. Thomas, but there are other parties hvlho interfere (as they did at the Instmatch at ta1itland) over whom the principles have no control. If this explanation is ,atisfactory to 1r. Thomas, I am ready to shoot him at any time. Hoping you will insert this in your valuable journal, I am, sir, yours truly, WV. B. RICHARDSON. Lambton, July 7th, 1874.
EXPORT OF COAL FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
• . '0 T,,-OB~O COAL .FRO]M- NISWOASTLE. The export of.coal from the port of Newcastle for tha week endling Friday, July 3rd, amounted to 27,040 tdros, 4557 tns of which were shipped to Sydnev. 8520 'to lMelbourne, 053 to Adelaide, 1687 to Wnllaroo, 1:192 to Now Zealand, 572 to Lyttelton, 636 to the CUlrence River, 450 to Ncw Caledonla, 910 to New Zealand 3323 to Java, 1018 to Hong Konig. 502 to San Francisco, 1031 to China, 455 to :the Steamers, and 1387 for Home Consumpton. Tihe export of Coke .amounted to 14 tons from the Co-operative Colliery for Sydney.' The export of Kerosene Shale amounted to T tons from the Greta Colliery to Sydney.. Of the coal thus shipped, the A. ,A. Co. sent away 3649 tons, Wahllsrid 4420, Lainbton 4736, Waratah .5041 Co-operative Co. 3039, New Lamtotn 5041, Anvil Creek 624, and Greta 487Ltons. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
Th. Mnos' &&vooa te andS " NORTHUMBERILAN D iEOORiDER, Published . , Evern WEDNEBDAY AND SATUSRDAY. MORNING A Journal of Mining, Social,-Political, anif Ge'neral. Intelligene, STEMnS oFSUSSOnwPTION ( - SIGLE" COm1E- SD.EAI I. 6 Lines .dvaneS.....d..... +... ... .p + ++TERMS,.FOR +ADVE+RTISING. + ."- . 10 Lines ..................o . .. .. n . . s. 0 - And 2s. for every additlonal inch. No advertisement, however small, booked foiless , t than 2s. , STAn?DING ADYVZBRTSI5ENT8 -will.· be! inserted at a !.*. Liberal Dlsoount, acoording +to. the number of '1.? insertions required. + : NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Avegrytrar o reqaested to send in their asdver· tisements stC$ ?aer than five o'clockL onTuesda·y?i and FPrid y evenings, otherwise theiriFrtioncan_'o + not be giuaranteed. Orders for withdrawal or alteri: . tion must be sent in on Tuesday and Thursdaey before 12 noon, otherwlseethey casnnot be attendec to till the following week. All instruations must be given In writin...
CASE OF SMALL-POX IN NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
U(AM oF assnA4L:rX IN NEWpAaTLE. on Friday last a case or mall-pox was. reported to have ocaurred on boad. the oveornment steamer Ajax, in the harbour of.Newcastle. . The sufferer is Sman named M'Goeown, and wo hear that he has a arge family. On Meondry, Dr. M'Grath, the Qovfnmqnt HeUalth:Oflicer, visited the house.whlere N!AO uwd is living and brought a quantit of dis infoting fluid with ,im, for the purpose of having st aprinllud pln*uly about.-We believe a policeman is also stationed near the hot?e to prevent y person from golhge?ear, and ingress and ogress IIrrolprohibited.
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
MISCELLANEA. STu CLEVELAwD- IR.ONSTONE -IMImRS. On Tuesday. Mr. Greives,, secretary,; of .the Cleveland Miners' Association;. and. several members of the council, met the, mineowners at the offices of the latter association; Middles brbug~h, and discussed the wogcs :qnestion. Mr. David Dae' occupied the chair. -The' re presen'tatives of the men w*ere informed that the nasters could not make any alteration in tie niotices of the proposed reduction of, 2d. per toe ori or 12 per cent. In the 'course of the discussion the. men suggested . that the question might be referred to arbitration,' and it was agreed that if that course were adopted the' mineowners should deduct.12Q per cent, off their wages pending the decision of the ar bitrator, and claim a reduction of .more. than 12½ per cent. The ;men intend, holding a mass mdeting to discuss the question.. TuI 'Ino TnRADE.-The Colliery Guardian says :-Industrial activity can scarcely be said to have returned "'in 'France. The forges are g...
VAN HEEKEREN AND BURDETT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
¶VJl UBIEE~JtRN AND DUflP1'TT, .` 9n SaJtarday Iastiopois applicatlan znado·t4~A'thO boprerne Conrt in the cases of thoes iMSTt~sN)R'Wkt) Etawil ,oqznn~ittedl on1 oharg~s, the one of! rndoIahzlg p~hrtion, rned the othcr of aitcmpting~ta procureo it,! thet acouseod wore nillowed Ia obtaini bail. VlII Ileakpcon is to give h~is .bin sisdtly in 8IOOO, murd twFo otberg ii).i oUO ebah, af four. in £B2i0 ; and Ilor doet his own suwnty.. in, aMK)O, nic two otbern Iii B25Q each,.· Thllbozii~men are to be appeovedl bY fhe Corz. Slold tor.,-4lsvncci.
THE ARBITRATION IN THE SOMERSETSHIRE COAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
THE ARBiTRATION IN THE SOMER1P "SETS 1~11E.COAL TRADE. ON Wednesday Mr. Rupert Kettle made his awarid'upon the noti&c t.o the- Somersetshbire colliers fof an aggregate reduction of,25 per centt. The conditions of arbitlla'tion were very restrictiy~e Basing his awardil upon $hose conditions; and upon facts agreed to by the respective. accountants, -thle arbitrator , has decided thit'the colliers must submit to a. total drop of 238 per cent. The, masters slhowed the oew Minds' Regulation Act entails .an extram cost -of more than 2s. per ton, chiefly throngha rdduced otit-put..