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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

.'MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thie usual fortnightly meeting was held on Monday evenint. The Clerk readihe following roport from the Working Foremian :- f . 9. 4 *" Gentleriien-I lhave inspected Mr. Pilking ton's contract, on thenmain-roail, Dark Crouk, with the Clerk of Works. I find it is not *according to specification. The three-inch broken netanlis dencient -on both sides of the road, with the exception oftnclhain and a half, or thereabout on botlrh lin"d~gls.t? ~ fifa A good samplp of tho tlhre.inch lbrokent' metiil I.hsyo brougljh heiic. for your inPspectoii. i icmin &ec.. .. C4MrULt. Lqznbon; , January 13, 1874." " ; "',f "" A pubcip meenirig jrns hbllif thtip Welt Baptist Chapel, in Ehlcr-street, on Thursday cveniing, .he object, of.. thimoepting bejng tq rijs.oa fuipd? for tp. lpnpione f j,rpeanltijng thi Reoy. Jolih ,Jones :'ith u tpi;ljiollD)ll ouip jl-; ;paring tlhio'dstrict ~Mr." Alderiiman Maddopfc in the chair. e'he first resplntion Raped, which wtas propood?lby ir . ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MUNICIPAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

UNSIGIPAL 1LrrOODINGi. \ niicipal Council held its usuiil mooting' ndny creenig. Thle wortl hy alderiin liavti fresh life in tLhemn. T'lihe acc~nlt? oroughly 'eoznuined, nud a very lively. olil a ccrtnin r q uurry qsSt.iQf?, ii,(lL ti.h pasH qlite plea ant;. It'Tws.near 11 before his WVorsliip toul. his blirdther uin tlhat th'iy miglit g~ hone. " following "were nauo'st tliu corresponid m the Coloninl tScrPetry, rcspc'cliin. ai a of Itli MaiLtland ronl, rn-airv'ycd In' ov, Snrveyor IEvans, sititi thali (liif.ft iman 11ad lioUn writtonito, a nld w|aHlt!'. lli caam to hlin!l, theo Councill sifonlJ bd acquairited with it. tter to the Colonial Secretary, enclosing, ns as nsked for, viP;A::- "', - turn of the amountof anrrears or of unpaid ratos on the 8slyt of Ilc(,!inihbr -.in eal:'i ,yoar slrce thp incorpor'atoiinoff the inuiui cipulity to 1I78, inclisivcl s 've. ': : clpullty to 1.ti'ri, 1ICIL)sIVcO :-Doe. 81.- Unpahl rates 22 14 -)Due. 1-UIn psid- rantes 25 .-3( 3-Dee. 8'31.-Unpmill...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [?]LAND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

WVA9tAT'! LE.> :T;U w; LAD IZORTIOI ULTUrnAL I TOCIET~.V the inbrle?i i eltci to oi, ?tac? on e'"iniin.' .oifiigirg from, juhe in it by thre irhlinhitirirti. it iS e saiuccess - Ilil,c; :niid 1. anm xiress:lle feeinigs roftihe Imijority of thi district, tlhat the coiring a suLccess. If . erccverance 'atd won the part of.tho conmmitteer iq; nit will be so:' ?. e have. maiode a goodTitr·ighlt's ave not hecard,.of nry rrc dents. good. many complainits from peIr re about erecting dwelling honases, cit of all kinds of tiimber; iu fact, f blnilder having -refused svedr'l throudgh tlis cause. electionsd rue drawingy clrlo at ,~tthe excitemlent, to tHrs to.ti eullt in , and fr'om what I curu hear etnd - , It.is riumorred thi.t s;even or to, beI nominated. ursday cvening two resiluetts hecre rehe)ided 1by3 warrant, on suspiciiLo stcaliig', annd anothcr one Murln-l 1 fbiri(.1a tile ci.sO wvill' dcime oi at e toLl'4t, .pt:.)CWLwcastle, to-minorruow

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW BAND MASTER FOR THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

* 5w 15AN IMASTER. ORn TIE1 DISTIUICT.. On Thucsday, last wo were pldnsoad, tp to n th.~sirivl tif %Vallsen'd, of a band. ?iator of /jrtetnote, and boaring first-ciras testinoiiols," fv6izs N Zealand. We allude to MIr. J., T, Mforris; ai t band masnter to th6' Thhnmes 'Voluntuor "Rilles, ,n4 several other first-class 1bands ,in th~t loallty. We have to thlank our follow.towusmonbf the hand for his in troduction amongst ims; and we mustbcompliment the spirit of 6ntcrprisa shown by them in inucing such a gentleman, stated to he a thoroughly qualified I mansnonter, to visit na. In hiddiag'thO joitleman woldomno, we may wish him suceonIs ac ording to his "merit, and ti nearly all of our popultion are musi eally inclinedl, hb will olbe kWuq,]putty ldsily iln lyed. Wo may mention that the reason of Mr. ,orris',cmning to, Now So'thJ!, Yaleo:: is thr " lhu lndthoeinents held out to hinn by our loadl WallsoncI baud, he having boon Wr.itten to bLy Mr. J. O.'irydjon, owuthoimhohhsl, eu wtniiul...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING OF MINERS AT LAMBTON. DELEGATE FROM THE SYDNEY IRONWOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

MEETING'OF MINETIR A'T LABTON. DELEGATE FROM TIIE SYIDN Y IRONWOKEIlS., Y , , LAST rvaning (Friday) a qoioal.'idactting fi No. 3 Lodge of MIincrs was held InSAScqr1?~:. all,' Lamb. ton. The Hoall was orowded, and Mr. Enoch Davis was chosen chairuman. " Mr. DAvIS stated tlut the mooting was dnlled pirivlcipvaly, for14hu purpoac 9f )hcosrivg vs ottamcav ; frhin 'Mi".-Odi'rd, ii ?lhilota'foin thoaSydoloy iron-? workcra now out on srj ar. q., . o.?6"?au ws ogo a d oni aanhiu`,?mpeid tIle3l would bi4bIt butlo]'.supiort. ?Mr.i GAAIg".A?ID oIuL: MrI., haIrm~lrn aid folldvW, w?il?otih, Itha kyo?on'a.lidyour dilogtaes for 1)r0 mitling ieo to como 0boforo you0 It .was thoughte navidabl'.to;o iiud.:ni:..lzisr? 'ibb uanl6?tl e ')lo?rp Is S*dnuoy-nisroeprorihted dur coaus entirly:·i'1 Abou the bcegitiuhgof'Optobl r maonoafuw of. tilo. i?au tradea hold a moating?, wh?icli nminlted fron M?ort's om Ivloyucs, whiau)t -,vas. lophacd to have a oonferenco, anW' Lthu eobikiivianc vuon of th-'ialght-hur ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

'the Iaminton Omnniibun,, T ~HOS. TUDOR desires to thank the pflblic of J Hamilton and district for tile liberal pbtrona ag e he ha received since running his 'llitsseF, and as such general sntisfacspn has been kiven he?,wvill continue running as usual. Leaves Hamilton nt 9'0 'a.m. daily, arnd at 7 p.m., and every other hour during the day, tT" Wedding parties and picnics attended on the most reasonable terms. D r T.. TVDOR, A- gricnltnral Hotel, 67 - Hamilton, BELMORE SOAP WORKS. rT HE undersigned having LEASED.the premises IL known as the IELMORIE SOAP WORiKS andfhaving secured the services of a First-clneass Soapmaker, is now in a position to supply thie trado with n an r?icle that will give every satisfaction, at the lowes marketl?uiotations. ' // ~W~?%VLLIA. RIlCHARDSON, lBelmore Soap WorkJ o Quarrymezin inei'B and Others. ICKS.-Shovels -Lanmp--lasting Powder, 26 . anid 28 lb. kegs, singlm add double Fuse. To prevent disappointment on no account will powder be sold by gaslight....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

uLAMBTON. I IuViy not muchl of inlhportance to.send yolu this week,,as everythinglis very dull. Tii pit'is Wdioriibgveg, dly? an'd consequep, every other thingTn*etd t'ti) ?,y; We have only fouir days to drahw hIrod !h'ih pay, wihichl is .,very little ,for people who have largy'faimilies depenling upIan tIJhiem? ~lit the unsatfisfnctor ay in which the turn is kept at this colliery makes it ora?, anld has been the cqgso of great dissatitf'asition among the mncn for a long, uho,--some men getting pounds.moro in.r uniinrter's'workcthan others who are just as.nable'to send out the coal as those parties who get the advantage of ships. As it is often th onase at nRlnbtor, that where the coal is easiest. to*getgo. ther. pro the slmallest amount.of skips going, wherby the men can send it away. 'hoe md agrihas' promised times out of, nnmber,[- rectify this grievance, anli the lioni themnselves have also tried various schiemes. . ' 1l3t the bent concoated schemes of mide and men Often gang ag...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

; -MISCELLANEA; (JFrom t]te Collie7y Guardian.) At a conference of Scotch miners' delegates, held in Gla.sgow, on Wednesday, one of the members called attention to the fact that coal was becdmiing more scarce in Glasgow, and he Iproposed that.' iould the price,bo increased, the conference, s_ Ild determinfe to ask higher wages:. jThe.La?1iill. delegote coincided, and -reco.?onded a demand for an increase of 10 per"ccnt., buf Mr. Ifracdonald, President of the National Association, advised the-men not to precipitate matters, which would throw the country into an unsettled conditio. ' Besides, the wages .at present were fair, and: they1 shoild leave wellalone. Any proposalfor ali advance In tlh?meantime would be wild and extravagant, " - . DiscovEny' or Cor ^ gs Baksir.-A fact of considerable importance with reference to .the coal supply of jBrazil baslrecently been ascertained by the Irmprial Brazilian Col lieries Comp..ny. The neiglhtrhood of San Jeronymo has been explored by this co...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SPECIAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GRETA COMPANY AND MINERS, FOR THE YEAR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 17 January 1874

SPEOClAL AGREE??MENT ~·, r~i D.T, VEEWL~N - TlE GRETA COMPANY AND MINERS, .. 4 FOR THE.YEAR 1874. - J W> avl bei f~avrd; wi th:'thie ffl~owing ageeent "y'onr~ Grt orepne which ohas been ngreed to by the unanger anid Inegi of that colliery, and now only awaits Mr. Vjindin's signature:- 1st iTlhe following prices to be ruled by the slidinig scale nod 'all other agreements at prc sott._i forr;',,:bw'een thie Associated Masters andthc.Miners-of the Newcastle district. 2ni. Ilewiiilg and filling one ton lof 20 cat. to pass over a screen with bars thro qnarters () of an inch pgart and t, be cleincd at 5s. S~i ti'"DiiTuiig' fdr d'ork in ITeadiigs Crosscuts aniwall, Us; 6'd.;. 3 yards, 75. ld.; 4 yard;i 4s-'9d. ; G yards, 3. . . For cuttiag out boards turned away nundei 8 yr,'ds wide. Six shillings per yard (Os.) For filling clean small Eoal and band, eight pence per skip. - Each hlouseholder to be allowed one toin of screeed small coallpor Inonth. for own use.. The witer to be kept doiv...

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

II~SSESi, O de-lsis to .thnlt the puljhe of amilt to , 1ni.lluri-h for1· t- ib,'erul pI tron age heh lnI .LCCeilved since runUing his 'BiV3sses, and as suchl general atlisfanetion'tas lbeen given he will coljlinue rntinuing ns usnal. SLceaves 11amilton at ":10 a.m. daily, and at 7 p.m., and every oIter hour lduring the Inay. . Ir" Wedding parties .nxd plicnlics attendedl on the most reasonatbl termls. T. TUI)OIl, Agricultural liotel, 07 Hamilton. ITELMLORE SOAP WORKS. -TTE undersigned ong LEA SED the premises S known as tle.? ?L 'OA1' WO;KJS ararls."havr~ily: sccur ·thi s of a Vij)t-clinss boaplanake, w1/'? ,P ilinlsu sunly hlie trade will , r t ell~cvery sntis?aetion, at the 1 owes h et. ta . rL I r1A? RIoITATnDSON, hlcllnore Soap \Works. Tq &,uarrymen, 1Miners, and Others. P ICKS.--lShlovels -Lamps--lasting Powder, 25 and 28 lb. kegs, single andtl doublle Fuse. To prevenit disappointment 'n no accoune will powdcr be sold by gaslight. T. TG. ALOCK, I ronilongcr, Newcastle. ...

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THE IRON AND COAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

TIE IRON AN]) OOA TR ADTr. Ow?Na to the ser~ions drlnlgoa heunt of c?rer prise in tho Uniited Vtates annd, on tihe continent, an unfaivounableo changshas come over the prospects of tilh iron tnlde./ Every tirans-A tlntIac mllii hring5_cculut5 of the closllu of ininUllfa?c rti fiinti, orilthole-rodn (tion of work to tilteo-or foulr ays in the weaook. Innyof: th o.now railivnays ''Frvo 'beooii coni iollcd by 'iTfnacial ditffioItfibsi to suspend thuir constr.uctiveo opornai'ns tilltho advent of bettor timeol iwhihllIs4 throiwn a thonsianlts of hands ont of emnlqyinent, .whilo theorato of wages •isbeing oensi ly" reduced. E x tlthdrisild machlinist\ aro idoted-o be ,ou't of wiokr in olye Yorl dJndhil throughout tlhe cotntry inor aothan haltf'areobut. of; work. ::Theso adrierse flcurcmstangeo ha in n'otaffectod c1rrent quotations;f indoed5, sone. (escripitions of iron are evon slightlt, advanced, anly, howo bcr hlocaus e pior idiction lias lde dross;f lllnd' stoicks hiave born iredtuced ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MAJOR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

---:?.. . ?,O R O? POREEROF-".) (ro one o""CPJ''.Iera 7c.) Noerithat o ej'od p-l aie of the I Iloter hare ?(i.t 'i to I,,e hpp i) ('ojly) l tl Uiseiel irh,tl hir lheari 5 cn,'ti-ut, le re ders of your valualde jiuir-nal in thlt .jprt, will have no -ohjectiun to learn as to, how their friends in this locality ii?-e spenit thle pa.si holniday. 8 Like an oer-fed boy. ny mental fiaculties ireo n litt!e bhlnted, hlence feel ii little re 'htuvr it ini?itteuntling Lto givo yoieal deothiled accoont of'-nll which has tr anspired for the past fo'tntight, and for which:grecat credit is doe to tihed weaonker sex, nhich I thiik, is a :misplaced term fi, them, nas in stone occasions tl!ey donit show unucl wealknesus either of inind or muscle. lor sone time priori to. Chlris'tms tlhere were evilent signs of the appronching fes.ive seaison, thliu st.eriier Sex were Cndeavourig .to realise a fe' extrlil tn crtwnl; fon n ft~'ocur-iion tlo fairer su.; nu.,-onily prdpa:rilng ciki s&e., &amp...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Threatened Action for Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

TnircatcieIi MI~OI A~Lib4~tif IN conseq l#ont' ok dodle r ssmarik l on ' l ~x s;tst xei s i 'oorjr"massti6g" oin: It~ivhifc~n tI~s M~uil.g t Fof INe L, iliton C(ollicrv, andl the [ineps,- oe hayg received thlle olltwing letter from Mli. A. S3rown, Solicitor, Newcastle,, .- ..-.2, owscsastlo, Jan, SllnunryE,?i Oth 1871. J. " SwnEr, " q., .. Proiriotor "Mliners' Advoosto," TVaitand. , Srn,--I am instructed by Mi. .Tames TyLomnas, ,lonasgr of New Lamtibon Colliery, ioi isttutyt procoeding gainsit you in the ensuing.D)istrict -Oour4-,too..bh cllt ?(l? ?Ityrrtg~l~q.??o q?h t~L PBh-.Fn~y ne-xt, for dia~t,;i`:;'~'' Biii f hetSaorl3ei ssue ~ii you~r psieri " The 'iiiir:s' hAdvocato anl ii NorlhuHleludr "Recorder ". you wrote auid poulmslisAl~.. .or~, uiaO~ d, o isflowedlur h d.i¶Ir z ililjh hf' tbibi ,df~hii, lAcnxefihi -upng Mr. Torauts, .malicious de n, al libollou afrticle nirder' th ehtitiigf 'disuteo 'liet~en :Mi:mager aind Menc .iLZSITevinbSlmmo; bt?- iced noat c.ll-your" stteotj:jo. ...

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A CURIOSITY IN JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

iA CUJIOS1TY. IN .J1S CJO RŽ.. LI Tui Ioadon corresl~oadont: 'f the-: Scotsmien states that "B 3oforo tho'8e07t Regiment loft Eiglzriiia;for:lB3ritish rBuiL h, the oflicors spont a sum of 300, `vhiclh ad bcdn .s'ived dut,of the can'toeen fund,.in tl e purclihaseof a priitingpress and types. .on t?oi :.thoir arrival at Rangoon they producod i? t is, I bloievo, a phenomenon.i iA-rif?n.lQufl ?? I mean a ' regimeita!? i _ospae m rr, ~fl~l printers, andicLgp 6bhber f ~ iith eo nll mittatliachio othe 67th eOii ntR . 'Tliho puhihc?. tion boga?n with?. th|[o fiintmlonth of'thlopbirroso it year, and I havo had a-nn opportunity of pdrusing, alll*:thb.ihunibrs bl iotlTie.hi'vd si'idd reached this country. Oi i'q"odale as' the jourl@ is, canlil;l contairi-Ibuiedimn' r~oii os, dramatio <and misuoli? cuticismns, poatry,, a history :of the regimenti sl?tchos of;urnimahl and' ?hlurmose lif, 'looanl andLimi iltary intolli" 'd"tac i&, ftr, eamd ' that an ilnr-in st' hai becnioo~hld...

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NON-PAYMENT OF GOVERNMENT WORKMEN'S WAGES. MEN'S WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

O:-·~N-PA)YM\ENT rP 91'OVBIiI NnT WORK-V~T Ir?i ill be soon :froni a correspoondont's lotter :that tlhe men oumployed on the railviay htave :ot rbioeivod ann w ears siouo the 'first fort niiilitf i' DoDeom cr, 1]8784 icd, qnietoly, many fainixies are put /tJ -. t i ut venience. , o ltin doud4Xi f lsivr:tis lrilr t, Mr:ajj] ..L.:s, atol, that ho nill n ot go bton ti m h s withte'th itO9 ! tl;fthti r;i • ?.itras been .disposodotF. "il i'omiii `t'l, utr th ,:?when'the' moiin ?J?.t~lji4 .WYohay~ol s, ,ome of tho ]teollCle *'.prosott titvte e-,.kHe(o. :ioiotoborns w~il I o\tirlo 't Ie i'tolves, if :roperly broutgtht befolro fhorii:is to ,llow .vorldn-~"l~n'imutu bIonmado th. victic itis of'thooso saiqablfos. 1Jr. P thn~i , with ild o tL saads of poauds ho has ag't fi om.0ia exl!heque., iooeiviia as oiuleh l:t1iio io a pervzoos as somi a f6kolisTaho t ··' ' ;t · mmLellP 0 1A01,0-0 80 1f O iin the L. H-Iow thelti, ? nl4 , . sillt guen -flfs Crmit the i~flilcir-fnonew o:il,'"-t.t, e'.,ijel'...

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A TRIP TO NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

.".1- , ---:- :_" .:=.. .,"" ",' -, _-- 7 , 4 ( noLoI' · n arosor.] l? i'flnoM "A £Olnni~RiOPO?i?%T] i "ln. EnDTOn,- found imyself iinia?.allysat i-ase :when, on the 26th Decanlher, I was ,e?etd 'iI a: rihlwar carrage,- bolund for a .urney toNew Engl?d in compsnly. with ny.Fwe;ll-;eshtenifed ieiibouirs ;Mr.. Roderit k -and young Estlhw. MsJcomnpanions, wiili the ''of* " 'AdvihndacAni rlia ;"' proceeded, pth. one, to. espa gident trasaroe (it is' to, be )Jlioped) for inmielf nriI hispiiited copabyl from the blowels of th earthi, the other, blso, eto';reapt a gol dei hrir st bnt of whedat, frdin his. farm at NundleJ Was I thef going pleasure seekin eal) y Pliasure without ion :objact; .at mytime of .life, is scarcely admis stble I wont, let mu state, to see andhear, ?toiiern niidil aidvise. i A 'foi'tight' a -loaie 'e a?sencet,, ough gIndryan, g?hnitid,' almost iuiamnioiotisly by im constituents, iesa not a ,,rflicientlv' long rodfr) sIrvoyin-: ac -nufyatq.ly, with the ofiserver's eye...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WALLSEND. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

P. ESBYTEITAN CHURCIH, S " TVALLSEND. O" uit?ilnylitst,.?1ith inst.;;thle an:niversary sernionsi , connoc tlo w1|i tlhis clhulrchll, wereo preychhd ,;oormiga, £Icdrnoon, and evening, by ftii .Flei. ' ":! Steel, of S ydney. The attend -anbce i? each oceasion wis very good, and tlhe doctor was mich aptireeiatted. "On Monday owvning the usual tea ajdld public meeting took pilaco. fortlnlatcl?ly tlh wenther was very mlifavotl-able, heavy, rain falling during the whole ofethe vcening,i whicIh materially affected the attoendlance. Notwithstanding t"is, lhowever, ab'ot 200 sat! dlown totc,? which was kindly ooyeed aot by lady filends, and nfter j nstiso ohq" Ibon done to all the good thitig iS- ro ?'ide th'e tojls were clenared and the .. . " SPURIILIC METIE N COO OELD. J. Y. NIiLsox, Esq.: occnlile' the chalir, and nftcr stating the plcansture le flt at p'n siding,callod npon tLile Rev. J. A. Thggon to -ddrdss the meeting. '1 Mr. Foooo- said 1,e had filly exprcted to' hear tlorcport r'atl...

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POETRY. CANZONET OF THE COLL[?]ER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 24 January 1874

C.)i?) ET'` . , /Y. I CnAZON rT oV' Ir1?~otlG E-n.f iri ns, coul·, had off year glxLces, . "'. 4lpiut rf ind tho batblte oef iz.J a" .oF trent for all classi', .ooals ia ilu ?:ice gn r;n , ".. naso for a prreous good caso5 . er- j'ohkans can quite underati'u i' ' ? ..or", now comes on the 1i4hl s& d as? + ' Ily muast fallshort of dei-nanL 1 iio thiwis will go on.together j "iku, .bpth in country and "un ' ls? k]op goin' ulp, whilst the j/t.her i~thle scale-gla 's to zero goe rpown."L ?e?)oor of tse prosperous n t?in ?,,n ires ..i. be foired M?, ..st-in, idiave to put up with pr ii'aion, Sxwstew shall get dru, am champ.?gn" e omebm n andr children ·r-crn · * griJ~ i;e feelin''art' to 4?ohb , • ndlikewise the aged folks d ,' .. Atho?y're knocked offlike?fun lby the cold, sie?ziivdrin' creetaris may h ddle T:ogether for warmith, a dl swine ; ?o resot why weo shouldln'utfiddle Ours-lers over joully good wI e. We atri't ithout pity for oth ers, S,"lo.?ierlir' we ?imness theirbf ;...

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

- (rFoa ovui cor.misrouNDWins.) LAMSTlf.T TIns colliery has been working very .poorly this week, anti everything is ralther dll. ' The principal topice of conversantiun at the cornei-s where our collective wisdom meet is thie colufig clccticn. TVu henr there is to be a good field.of candidates, and fromin rnmours it would appear that negotintions are impendil ilag for n alliance bitween the Cornmnoonage and Dark Creek, to swnuip the townshil,; bult, if such is tlhe case; we would strongly advise the' towns people to mass together ,i~ lV l in thfeir .owin iuon iu.defiance of thei ou'swo'rs, which 'oe are convinced tlhey can do if .niniii4i s,T' vith thl lielp of their aceuinula ltie' votes"' It is well knowin thattthli town -ii1 halins never been fairly repreoF itld, and tihe outsiders should curtainly giye thllia a chance. ;' . , :I nm sorrv:to lave to report the death of tlhe wife of MirI John M'Intosh, storekeeper, who ithd- very snud.iitly on Thursday. The deat llof this lady, wh...

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 January 1874

; . .~,4, A D or. .~.1 REE 1 l~oopoota1,bl Y OA Appl'lyi at 1hia Oftico. OS W ? A N .?.i,? aW a et~? , ,.4 POO.1E D COTTAG I,, A ,r ppl3ay ; tthin OqPli:; 1 . S , . D, 0towlTrm, Tt '\1) f 1 q } . ",7 .: . :' ,. n;;'? Nj.,.. ...-=---- ' L .. .. , ' ?ll·q 1 ny. ?.-?o' ib ooo, ?TZ'? I'iIio ? /I-XI& WN S 1 o ha . ., ao. Opodi' t ? i "VhT11r1 pi o U a')Nlaca i LN ·~~ 'oti~ce. IN lE.oT I twto , the Ulnldorined juaeaod to 'AY thulkACCOUN AT So t rour 3 t Ih 1 tant, aoe o. -in 1 Ikibto agt iipii tbq alnto tust bto. aootb in on or bffir. 1/e !11t Jit tttt1 d'PN 1tX E1LKINQTON, L ajtbton 23rd Jouti try, *T418 102 Tha )al inoyards. IPRTZED A,.. y r LTNAN,:- . WINES.. R. . ..?S ,s bo. n npporintoji"ld , .AI t N rui, for tho oblabrntod 1)ilwood XV ioa Ordoa o unt oi at Vineiyard prilope . Hotalaliher. I olly with, tint we tdefs all the Mining fron of charge. . 1. of goq ye No- :3- 8t. FINA-L SALE OF BIANKRUPT STO?K IN CHIPPETT'S ESTATE ! *.O OLOSI~NG?- OF THE9 MArZTLATD ..TCBRAE REM-OVAL...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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