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Night Shift at the Borehole. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
* Night Shit sat the Borehole. BY our report of a meeting of the Borehole miners held on 27th ult., it will be seen that the A. A. Company's miners have deter mined to do away with the night shift, and have accordingly given Mr. WIrSHIP si= -eeks' notice to that effect. We are pl~aed that the men have been so considerate br giving the length of notice they have done, is it is ample time to enable the Manager to make any arrangements he may think neces sary, so asr; to put his men on the same footing as they are at other collieries, vis., a1 on the&lt; day shift. The night shift has been a source of complaint since it was first introduced,-it has always been a bone of contention amongst the men, and recently the dissatisfaction has assumed that magni tude which we believe can only be appeased by abolishing the system altogether. Some :short time ago the Manager agreed to pay threepence per ton extra for men works: r in other men's bords at night, but we have ;beep assured by ...
NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
Yeasterday afternoon akorse and spring-cart belong ing to Mr, Reuben Lavis was capsized oIpposite tl old Fox and Hounds publio house,; Plattabrg, The wheel went over a log and turned the cart coeni pletely over on the top of tile driver, The hoorse commenced plungiag violently, and only.that a number of bystanders promptly rendered assistanoe to extricate him from his peoilous jililtion, the consequences would probably have been fatal; Asn it was he only sustained a severe shaking and a few bruisaes,.
Our Inducements for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
Our Inducements for Farmers. 'CoULD our dairymen and farmers of the Southern counties realise the prices current in Wallsend for their produce, theirexulta tion would know no bounds. Wingecarribee free-selectors would rejoiee that the days had an end when after more than ordinary toil in subduing the wilds of that wonder fully prolific tract, their advices would show a return varying from 3d. to id. per pound for butter, and £3 per ton for potatoes, out of which commission and carriagffe had tb be deduted: Considering that a fertile country lies so near to the mining towns, we think they ore very indifferently supr plied. While the towns increase, we should ike to see the adjacent-'ountry settled upon by those who would soon become producers. There is every inducement,.thbt which the farming population in so many parts of our colony need most of all--a market for their produce, so that while there the rulinlg prices are too low; here, because, we sup. pose, of insufficient supply, t...
WALLSEND MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
WALL8END MUNI0IPAL1TY. On Monday last Mr. M.fKay, the surveyor for thi Municipality, met tohe ayor. awA .al etrwie by appoitment, for the l p.f exaiuinng .ar ioias f the mn'ii "striot,,iW -' tIleri.is lliiy. to some jflD,1lty in constructiipt-properly without iotei erihg yvith' |iriyattj: o y. We'"e7 utderstand thia stop was taken. wi.h.e yiew??pf having the streets formed to the b .s andtager and prevent it possible any litigation.............. ....
Chapter of Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
(hapter'of Accldents. 'Tar last week bhas hen one of the most un foltunate weeks we hasv ever had in this locality, no less than eight saeeidents of a more or lees serious nature having occurred to inaiers, principally at the Wallsend pit. O) Monday, June 29, an accident of .a serious nsture happened to a miner named John Page by a fell of coal in the Wallsond pt. His foot was nerj~y smashed to pieces: .- was speedily attended to byy )re. hchrader and Clarke, who advised his remonv l to the #ewcustle hospital, where he was taken on t~e followino day, and is now in a fair way of On Thuriday, Jiwe 80, a miner named William Tweedy, received severe injuries by a fall of coal, in the Wallsend pit, It appear that he was wedging bin coal, when it c.aie away unawares, and knocked, him down inflict ing severs contusions to: his back and other parts of ble body. He is progressing avounrably under th, treatment of Dra. Behrader and Clarke. On the same day, a wheeler, in tbh sasm, pit, named Ma...
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. Britonzharque, 452, Dyson; to load Co-operative WildaWave, brig, 194, Wilson Esk, barque, 413, Hodge ; to load Co-operative Argonaut, ship, 1173, Cameron; loading Co-opera tive David H~andley, American harque;1-099, Kelton; h1adin'~ Wlaend . Woodlark, ship, Largee; to Ihad Lamhton Johan Irgen Norwegian barque, 748, Mortonsen to load Co-opcrative Bauda, barnque, Gesing, 48? ; to load Lambton Cty of Glr ~ow, ship, 1168, Blaock; to load Walls end Ioaen, harrquc, Huttu; to load New Lambton Alcxandral, -hip, 898, Ellis; to load N?w Lambton E11swoth, americ an barquo, 858, Wass; to load New Lambiton Camille barque, 365, Stafford; to load Lamlton HLngiat?_hip, 1001, Browne ; to load Laimbton LChrslloiuen, ship, 1788, Browning.; to loadt Will cund rdencrag, barquue, 550, Trevitt Ario. American barque, 628, Fake; to load Wall-a end Natiois Hope, ship, 741, Bateman ; loading New '. L?ambton Verham; hnarquc , 510 hting Wallsendlsdn River Lun. sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
BOOTS!. BOOTS! BOOTS ! D3,. STEVENSON (LATE OF MIrs. AGGAR'S) "EGS most respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Newcastle and the Surrounding -. .Districts that he has TAKEN those Large and Commodious Premises of mn. W. W. .RowE's, NEXT TO M~In. SCHOLEY'S BUTOHERING ESTABLISHMENT, which he has OPENED WITH A LARE AND CARIEFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S: . ENGLISH, FRENCH, GCERMAN & COLONIAL BOOTS AND, SHOES, In the Latest and. Most Fashionable Styles . of the very best that can be procurcd, when he hopes, by strict attention to business and :civility to his customers, to soliit a fair share of the public pa nage. N.B.-D. S, during the last 18 months having care ly ? died the requirements of theopnublic generally, is happy to; inform them that he now in a position to plnco before thiem ANY ARTICLE REQUIRED : : :AT. MIOST RiEASONA; E. PIUtlCES.. One Trial will pr0?rth~ :'fact tlhat. the HUNTER RIVER BOOT TWHAREHOUSE 'is OT TO BE BURPASSEr by any ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
NOTICE. To Our Subscribers. ANOTHTER QUARTER BEING UP - 'his Dyrq (.?aturdtd) our nunmdrous Suib scribers are rd.spectynly requested to PA Y UP !'I'EI.'? S UBS. CllP 'IONS when waited on. Persons desirous q becoming Subscribers will pletase send their add.resses to this Qffice, when. the ' Advocate' will then be regularly sent. J. A!. S WEIET, . Pro. Proprietors. 'nimners' Advooate' oic.e, : IrWallsend, 27th June, 1874. N.O T IC E? W 'TALLSEND and Plattaburg Subscribers V are respectfully requested NOT to PAY _VANY 31OtYEY o the RUNVER$S. J. J . SW'EET, Pro. Proprgietor. ' Advocate' o$ce, ' .Tnly Zlst, 1874.
THE CRISIS IN THE COAL AND IRON TRADES. Mr. Halliday's Visit. Probable Action of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
THE OCRISIS IN .THE COAL 'AND IRON TRADES. Mr. Halliday's Visit: Probable Action of the Union. (From tyhe Cardi/J' Timer s.) Min. HALLIDAv's brief :visit to'-this district has thrown butlittle light upon the important question at'issue between capitaltand labour, as to what isto be the rate of wages after the expiration of the present notices; except per haps to confirm the idea which I halve over and over again expressed, that as far as the colliers are concerned they would not be likely to accdpt a reduction of above 10 per cent.; and that it is the pplicy of the Union to in duce them to accept this amount of reduction appears evident from the utterances of Mr Halliday. That gentleman and his colleagues know full well that the Union has already its hands full, and they may reasonably expect that any attempt to resist the united masters of South Wales and Monmouthshire would end in defeat. . Such is the opinion I have heard expressed before, and what has since transpired seems ampl...
Great Delegate Meeting of Colliers at Mountain Ash. The Workmen's Side of the Question. Determination Not to Submit to Any Reduction. MOUNTAIN ASH, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
-?reat Ddi4gate M.lMing of Colliers S at Mountain h. The Workmn 's Side of lie Question. Determx netint Not to Suzmit to Aaiy *Reduction. UN: JUTAIN AS 'VEDNESDAY. FEW plIaces fi, i(more completej than does this ih which I'nd ?find myself writing toirealise theissociatioi. naturally conlected with their~ niiame. A striiager looking fom a distance.to Mountain Ash`' might ?reasonably expect to find himself landed in iome sylvan scene a pretty village snuigly i nitlng on the 'riol . tain side, surrounded by lte?l, among whl'ih the featliery ash, from wbiir?hh e place derivs its name, would predominate, asd with a cle.r. 'purljiirSi tream running along tlih valley below,'hbyitlic side of which: one t ?iight id.le away a warm sunmmer's day, or tempt tile Swary .trout.'- All .Ainis\vhait Mountain "Ash might be; b; bt it- n6t,1and the individual -who .boolced fori the placo in anticipation of anything like the above would find himself considerably mistaken, for.tlhe eality ,isaboiot as muc...
BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
BALLARAT. (From our own Correspondent.) LATELY we have had a great stir in the city and town about the trjfling sum of £400 being expended by our XAunicipal magnates upon a little eating and drinking bout.-just a luncheon at midday, and then a magnificent banquet at night,-and this little amusement only cost the ratepayers the above in significant small item. The expense was incurred upon the occasionh'of turning the 3rst sod. of the new Upiper Gong Gong Reservoir, which is to cost the inhabitants of these towns ;£51,000, and perhaps a deal more. Be that as it may, that is the small amount borrowed from the Government for the purpose of constructing the dam. Well, we have had much growling about the shame ful and wasteful expenditure of money upon this tremendous feed, not only'from the rich property holders, but the poor ones also, having strongly afid unmistakably protested against the illegal spending of so large a sum of the ratepayers money in such a way, when it is well known ...
THE DISPUTE IN THE SOMERSETSHIRE COAL FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
THE DISPUTE IN THE. SOMERSET . SHIRE COAL FIELD. (From the Cardi- Tim?e. ) *b as legal arguments and the evidence of miiming engineers and. others, prepared for submission to Mr. Rupert Kettle,: were closed before the arbirator,. after the second.days' sittings, onQ Tuesday, atthe GrandPoarmp pom Hotel, Bath. Altogeher,. unexpected ??on clusions as to the:efects upon'the coal trade, and .the price of fuel by the working 'of the Coal Mines Regulation Alct, were' verifed' by the accountants, and the learned arbitrator' promised to prepare his award so that it'nlay ,be copmnpunieated, tho thei:men, before 4this
THE ARBITRATION IN THE SOMERSETSHIRE COLLIERY DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
THE ARBITRATION IN THE SOMER SETSHIRE. COLLIERY DISPUTE. (Prom the CardlafTimes.) THE matters at issue between the proprietors and workmen in the Somersetshire Coalfields, were submitted to arbitration, before Mr. Rupert Kettle, on Monday. The meeting took place at the Pump-room hotel, Bath; but they were strictly private so far as regarded the press and the public. Mr. Norris appeared for the masters, and the men was argued: by Mr. J. HIL'Clifton, of Brietol. Mr. Fish, pre sident of the local branch of the union, was present, as were also several of the men them selves, and a deputation from the Amalgamated Association of Miners, headed by its presi dent, Mr. Brown. Three witnesses were ex amined on behalf of the masters-Mr. George Greenwell mining engineer, Poynton, Cheshire; Mr. J. McMurtirie, of Radstock; and Mr. Henderson, of Timsbury.' After sitting till five o'clock, the court adjourned till the next day when Mr. Kettle, after hearing evidence and examining accounts which had...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
IVARATAH. I Anr sorry to have to report that a dispute has arisen between aportion of the men and the Manager of the Port Waratah Smelting Works, It appears that it has long been an agreement between the Manager and a portion of the men employed (between ~0 and 40) as ore burners that they were so be paid a bonus of 2s. 6d. per man per week, on condition that they drew the full amount of charges, viz., twenty-five charges per week. The bonus was to be paid at the end of each three months. The men complain that when the amount was due three months ago the M~anger refqsed to pay it, but said he ?ould do so at the izi montls en4. However; w~een that period had elapsed, he again refused to py. Th'e? men lhave thiere fqre ceased to wqork until tbMiinager cones (9 pep.s'' Rn~ puy? });em ,wt tihey consider to be their just 4eman4. T'hey Werp i4leop Monday an4 Tuesday, anx eei? 4etermiie4 to stand until the atantger complies. A seam of coal two feet thick has been got in Mr. W. Steele's bor...
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
. MAITLAND. IT was feared that we w;ulrd be flooded-out again last week, as the rain continued to fall so heavy. On Saturday it was thought by some that we would certainly have to " cldar out;" but, happily, we had not to, although it has done great damage, to the crops about the district.' The water broke over Wallis' Creek on Friday morning, and destroyed what little was sown at Loutl Park. The river has been falling lowly to-day, and tlhe weatlher seems p.romising. The labourers in the employ of the ?ltuni cipal Council have petitioned for a rise of wages-six shillings per day. . At a meeting of the Council, on FrLdaylast, it was decided that only the best men:"would receive the increase .One of the alderman objected to giving six shillings per day during the winter. I certainly think every labourer is' worthy of his hire; and I would advise the working class to be careful in who they select at the next' municipal election, for 'f they allow a few like this worthygentleman to tak...
BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 July 1874
lTRIUWOOU TRW want of police protection for this distT~ot i'I'ecoming more apparent every day. ?n S,unday last, several men, in? runken state, were to be seen staggering fo one public house to nopther? regardless of all pspeotable persons whom thIey passed, ?nd segmng byl, upon desecrating' the day of rest, in a manpor unworthy one of the brute creation'. 'ittle self respect has the man who allows himself sto, -be seen in a miserable plight, helpless, iatijted and jeered by boys from foupr to fyie y?-s of age; who would? if he acied like a m lnqespect him as muc ase they 'annb"him •when foun4 in s~ch a predice ept. The Band of Hpe held ts meeting lest Monday evening, the proceepdings were pot so entertaining as usual. Here again ihe w of a poliemane sho?ed itself, for the preidei. had to stop his address from the annoyance caused by a group 9f pyer-grown boys who were outside, behaying in a most ridiculous manner. It has been said by a gentleman, in authoqrit7 in Nenorstle, that if ...