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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

rC(ITD1S'T. Aii accident happendr to a nan ninmed C-la!It Ifrown on Tihursday aInst, whtiih might have bce: selious. It ,appeals that. he ,was ia'r-rit' thlc slmall coiil hopper at. the \Vllacnil pit, wlhen his fort slipped, niid he fell a ulistnuce of about 30 et'ct; Ibut feortuniatel he fell upon some small coal whlich :was lying uldleronlath. :l eoond a oevcu shiiil:g, Lec recivel no injury to spreak of. Dr. (lhrn wans iui mcdiatelaly in atteniidnnce.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Greta Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

THE monthly meeting of No. 8 Greta Lnidlet oCf the Mie?s' A-sociation, was held on 'Tu.usdliy, .J aly 7th, at Gritan. Tl'h miinite.ts i< f ilie pir'vious meeting wore reinl aol ediid rted. 'iT'h Dei.'gate's report was than rooeive!, crhoe tihe meeLting expr'sessed the.iiselves favioirrnble to the. uonrii pImtnu I 1y the! deule 0'i.tIs, and adopted the minuiltes as pumli.ihdliu in tho Adeituete. T'IhTr wLe t : ij'ei s.ilggs(ltioit s thlroint out in rel'retleo to the r'cil liitl pi:ssedI by tli'e <e.legiates. aouthori.sitg the. C(.ileiveial Secretal.ry to ittl itttl nil inqiuests, which iIny not tli out. t'f dince to givei here. Sevoernil f1' tI Sle.nCkurs were ot' opinion ithat. thite (lfl.,t;ites lItl p]r stald na very wise conr- o in tlins pri.vitlit.r. jh'tllleth' ,cr'tary silienil be pr'e:tt nt all kiqli?lo.?ts, taiiIl t it slithIl.1 I?e tUthe locail secr tilri .is bus ilss t, notify .lio U(Jilertil Scrlc. lry oit' any ftiat l neciilent tliiit, ightli otatin...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

NAthlOlW INSC.ALt'PJ FRtOM IuooDRWIzG. A childl o Mr. H:vtdlo',~ fcll in'o a creek on Thu-, lday'"ftetrnooin, nlli wils. llno4 drmwc nlld. Thlll chiil wuis, rescuod as soon1 as pos:iile, ancl D)r. Olnrk atteuded wit h all lnjate, aIl succOdeCCCICd il l bringi:, the lit'tle sufferer to lif ngaiill.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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EXHIBITION OF WAX-WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

'EXHIIT~ION OF VAX-W·OR{S, \Ve have just hadt tihe plansure of inspcoting I alossr. Ghiloti and Go's sp'endid cOIlltlttlon of wax figuri , wlhich nra now bqh.g xtibittd in NUwcastl.eu Anmoigat ha filguias woln ura omrn of the mnast inotorioat c"rimiiinl s P ' thao prusellt century, anl many of thi s nist illiiious chmr, s, inioudnhn LLiviugstona tui. gan'ct Tiahllbnlalo canman t, flrlgham Yonig,, thu .IHo. J, P. Fawknemr, Thmundcarbolt, Ol Farrull, Nioolsh, and Lesatr, and a group of thu prinuipal plur.oiigus eoncariudr in thu t'overty hay lassaoreo, which tooi k Ihan o in IFbru*o'-y 10, 1,98 awnd wt¶ch is on, of thi most hainh'ul a;vent.qLOIi. na?tecd with thi Nnow Zualand twar .'-he fhguresicnro thloroudlhly' lifl-like, ailld well worth solang nahi as wo uniturstanl halassars hioihlo iilutuils visithtng wallhbndt sh'4?hy, Wa wouldadlise ouo-ztliends to pay him a visit.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREE SELECTORS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

1FJttI SLtLECTORl A~SOCIATIOO. \VW notice by lust 'Thzur-da:y Alaillhndl .esrctuy" it i the intention of tihe F'ree elctors of Patrick's3 Pljins to try 0n1( foflm (I lssociantion for thle pro tection of their inl:re'ts.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

fAHEiASTLE SrilPPING. VESSETS LOAD1NG AND) TO LOAD. Briton, barque, 452, Dyson; to load Co-operatijo Wild \Varve, brig, 194, Wilson David o),tv'ley. American barque, 1099DD, Kciton; lhaing WVallsend W\ou?-?, aminp, Largee; loadli Lamltoog Johan gIi ?". 'orwegian barque, 748, LMortonsein to load Co-oplerative Banils, harqle, Gessing, 48; to ]olad Lambton C.ty of G(lusgow, ship, 1168, Black; to load \Walls end Alexaudra, .hip, 8093, Ellis; loading New LanamiLton Ellsworth, American barque, 858, VWaes; to load New- Lambtou Camide, bhryue, 305, Stafford; to load LamLton ]leugist, ship, 10)1, Browne ; to load L:IIImUton Chrysomene, ship, 1788, lrowning; to load \aills end Amie, American barque, 628, IFakeo; to load W1Valls end Y?rnlam, barque, 510, WVhiting-; loading Warasah River LtLn, saip, 1126, \Vi'iauss: to load \Vallsend Lady Cairis, ship, 1221, Davis; to load Xew Lamb toll Oulz?an, ship, 1572, Pirnie; to load WVali?end Doroette, ship, 848, Ayles; to load New Lambton Lillie, barque...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

MARK ET.JJOtlYS E,4 OPPOSITE TBE:E " DATLY 'PIL~OT" O~FICE THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THESE PREMISES, CONSISTING OF A LARGE ANI)D rELL-ASSOt'riED STOCK O?" tGE N ER1AL DRAPERY! W 'OOLL NS, &c., &o., 3$ NPW OEittZ I and will continue to be Sald RE VMARKABLY C -HE A P! -: 0: The present Proprietor contemplgates Renioving to peaceable aund safe premises. - - (:o:) ?-- : S.ROBERT ILNGALL. BOOTS ! JBOOTS! BOOTS ! (o---- )-- D. STEVENO (LATE OF MIrs. AG.-AR'S) ?B EGS most respectfnlly to iuforui the Inhabitants of Newcastle and the Surrourding S Districts that he has TAKEN thoso Large anld Couounolionas :Prumiscs of Mn. XV. \V. Rows's, NEXT.To M1n. SCIHILEY'S BUTHEI-I NGftI? ES.TABILh:I.'1I:dENT, which ho has OPENED WITH A LARGE AND CARtIEFULLY SELEC'TED STOCK OF LADIES', GENTLEMIEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S ENGLISH, FRECHH, GE,~VRM & COLONIAL BOOTS AND SHtQES .. - Iz-theentiht iliVost Fashionable Styles of the very best that can he procured, when he holpes, by strict. attention ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

MARRIAGE. si-nOI?;Ir.1AN.--UII Jlne 16'thl at St. Jnmus's ChuIl, ch, 1\ i'hlall, by thie Ier. Julhn .Dixmi, \\ ILl ill 'J'I1 it .\lAis, lhiL' ,LI if the ljte .11Ir Viiliuml h igii , i utlioncir, t, .I.AnU LLA, lcale ,dau'hr ? I otr .~i. . aiec I iwin .,?a?- e .vst ? lI . 4S5, A3!ITL41e'.Il,!L1VD1jONSu S.il" D ,JUL ,174

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

TO CO()R.ErPONDENTS. D .1nsuv OL.ultA Sala'w. - Youru comll)unicntiol lrliv'tll TOl Inlto for JutllliitoLiton ill tis isuo, hut, wi 1 tltpc?pr inl our ttext.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE SCOTISH MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

TH-IE SCUTI4H MINELIS. TIIE masters havRd10tt yet agrced to holt ~at; conferlence :witl |he tcn iof the west of St:u , laud in r a lrd t , th o adi ljtstnlent of the wtig s. It is inot exltet.d tbtat the im.sters will igreu t,, the Iiritoliisf, as they have it ini eottilsttmhoition give noutice of it i'trth'ci rcduction, whiichl it is expecttld will bo 2ts. per dai, taltkirig the redcetiin alt-gether 4,0 lIipr ceiit. on thie foirilar ritLo of waiges. 'The miasters will, howliever, i b guited by the irvo Itairket.. Sh?hilil thu .tma aig?arl to the re ductiiin that iiisy ibe itroptoi40til?, the it.isters will, in ilt hik.lihood, blhiw utl their ftllintc? which hive beuno dIaueLd down utor the last utol~th5.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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EISTEDDFOD AT WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

EI:I-TJIpllnlOr AT WA flI,~lES1). r\ ilJcetiI~g isi (Snll: dt £01' 'I'uesdy (IVCtii~l; next nt· tixo WxullsbCuld (7xxsgru(!rlxtiOnal Cl rIx:1(. forlic phh,')IIPOSc A' nxirking~ :sxlixxhgensuhts Ior hloldling enr Eisecldlodo et

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STAFFORDSHIRE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

THE STAFVFFOUDjllRE M INEIS. Tll enforced id~1nce~s of 25,000 ininers. and ironworkers in b'tal',trd.shir e c)itiinles.%i Sio riVsti displnceilimelt of laulour over iso r.imall an nir'a as oniii oierl Mill.nd Cniiil:ies is fi iiitt.ler of imuchli gravi y. .1o (ie plhl.-, and il. iff,.e't will bie littlet shor'l of sriils depress .01 to the Fest of tilhe counitr, . The cenile prIe sented by a tour through t hli Blik Coontr* wns oli1u to cial1se OVOlo t io an nisellt'ilive Illi'lll 11a iaiLiiifiilmiiipr'sioni. UGunit lchiimiicy staclks snokii less, |pit cliuiils haiiinug Hliceid iid inI iiiovlile ; nuil where thir'<; vwas anytlthitg at all Ilding thiat. millti ls \\!I Vet 1'lIh r ?rth'l'llrlrcn!eri-ci< tof tllh detortniLd.l, ntnl.re of tli conifly.t-f'i. it relntted t thel lrn.aiiig up (of h'orss f i. thlopits nniil'tie sealing down ofslnfts. Tlih exctptions lnrl ,'firecillc to tlLe few iial3l Incie in which pils are kept at work by: eiii],loyer'. who are not inl...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

LOCA;L INTELLICENCE.~ \VALLSENNDI) AND PLATT$IDUBG. "VIall'cijd hLau ,nlv wor.l t;wro halfl shifts sinlre o:ur nlast issue, :ed the C(o--olcr'tive hats .wolked full time, with the oxcoption of one half bshift.

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 — 11 July 1874

)I( HILL'S Q.C.E. )I( DINING-ItOOIS AND S O'rO[ PIE HOUSE. - HILL, aof thle uniaril?ad Q. C. E., bags to in o. trmn the publiiof NOw SLu'.L:e Ind s.Trronnd ing district that he nas now a SFirst-olass Pastry Cook and C3onofeorioner, And is in a position to get up B. QUET., DINNEI1I, SUPPiItS, AND VED ING PAIITIES, in a style never before scn in Newcastle. WVRDDINs CAtas made to order on tha shtortect notice. All ordcra punctually attnld. to. Goo I Dinnars, Tea, and 0 aJle, randy at all hoarz. .Private Diuiny roums r/b Ladies. Note the Address OPPOr' stl M TILE3RIAPRI OFPIOE, 44) , -lulntcr-stroet. Nowcastle. F r. SALE,--in Bond, or Daty Paidl : lIl L?ŽNDlidS-HIennessy's, ?tIartell's, J dulo Ito,,s, sond Asstne?ated, in balk or case RitUM,-Loaun i,' and Lunon Hart's, 22 o.p.i1': OLD JA ',1BJA, ,in'can? \VWl$8KY-2Dunvillo's KIinahau's, L L, and Ste wart's, inbislk o~esa, GENEVA,-Keyi or 'lD. K. Z., large ands small contonts SO?TNAFP'S--WVolfe's Blankcnheim's and Nolet's Arcsnat' iehlsd...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

A? DInPUTATIOo from onr Local School B3onard, consisting of Messrs. John ones nld \William Daivis, waited upn tlhe Council of Educntion in Sydney, on ,Monday Inst, to ask their as sistanco in providing funds for the building of the contermplhted new public school. The deputation w'eri very courtuously reccived by tile Council who promised to give their cause their earnest attention. 'The 3oard doservo. every credit for the alnost sunlper human eiffrts put forth by them, to provide a suitable building wherein their children nay be' .dlcatcd. l'ley havr collectced the einormlous sulm of e£250, plerhaps some may thinkl that this is not :a largo sum1. but when it is taken inlto consideration that tlhe have ino: had the assistance of the Comnlanv, mis mrst of other schools have hmad;,j tlhin k it wrll bd'admitted that it is unprecedentedriii tHi~district. The Board are imdlolted to*11r. MBerewether for thie gift of the groun?t'.u'ni other favonrs, but the rest bha been slbacribe by tihe ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

Tuiz time for the great r11ce is now growving V?Lr'y n(ar1,a v id on evy erie( S 1 o i Ce oni thel tip toe df ~xcitemenllt, at nearly ovry cornler small groups of moam may be seen ( iscaIssing the nmer'its of the rI'IuII1rs, nd bets / ne f'elly offered, at 5 to 4L upon Watson, hlt very fnw are takenll ul, as witlh otn or two ecepiltil?lls all the Tamiltnionjis nre in favour of WVatson. The road is in slplcelid colntilition, a ni if Lhe dry weather holds out will be as hard andl level as possible. It is not deci?ed firoii which end they will start but it will make bej little diflerence as there is only about twcnit inches rise in the wholeijdistance. Wantson's backers are very sauguino of sIucces, and say that ihe is in sploedid condition, which. I believe, is trulle, as lie looks in firsat-chl:ss form when taking his spins ench nday. Tht race will stiart at 3 o'clock, and the eoarse will bea roped the whole of the distace. A det.:ac:lh ment of police will be present from Newca:stle ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

ANVIi nL OREE? AND GRE '1?I'A.o IT columncced t.o raii hIre on Fridaiy oarn ilg ]nst., and contianaed to do ?o fir forly eight hou.ras with buit little :Iaatamantu. ()" ,.a:aeeks wVreaa soon Iup blak high, a:tad on ii na ,lay thIe -lrnte. livzr tlihriataetd Its with anoathtr flIod; iatt hlnpily tha rain ceased in t-Me to jaraveaat suchaa a misftitute, though, a. it was, tsome oa f the lowes~ t layinag haidas ]i:'I:a been damaged. Yesterdtay (TaIesdl:ay) tih riv-r wais still a at.lanker, lald if no numoi riJ':ni falls up country a flood ~il i be averted this timec. a L 'The Anvil Crcek miiners hav]:le given lie lannigur three weelks' iotice Ilait if lhe wvtiglh hridge is not uti by the expiration of thbe tieu, they w ill plt in theirt iturtcen days notice, antril coCieo oit oni stlrilke until suich._tiiitn aI th( liridge is relcted. The Aniil Creel Companpy appear to bie a hm g tiie thlinltki::g about petting up this bridge. T.e hiattier has nw been igit.,tted fur this last. tintioui...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

"YIAITLAND. THE Mailtland .Mercurq of Thursday last says':--" VWe took an opportunitf y this week of visiting *the coal mines at F' our-Milo Creek, worked-by Messrs. T. \V. Pearsa and Co., of East Maitle'nd. Thlero is an immense seam of. workable cotil, which one diny ino doudbtwill be iutilised to its fullest extenlt. The shaft alt which the prooriotors nre now working to supply their contract with tihe H.R;N.S.N. Colpany is a now one, sunk since January last, at .which. timno a fire oc curedin the old shaluftt t no g'roat tlistnricd from the present scene of oporations-a flie which continues burning' till the present day, the labour of putting' it. out not being worth the cost and trouble it would necessi tate. The sinking is sliallow, not mnore than thirty feet, an.dt access to.the working is *gained by a ladder. The workable senm is about five. feet thronugh-excellent coal without' a band except a small stony .one 'at the'bottom, which runs without variation all through it. It i...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

Lakytedb Dlirtie<3t News. (Fr.o0i OUI: V.I:IOUS UuoriESPONDENTS.) 'PTrE c!ief topic ill this iis well a tho other pli'Ce-s is tlie cmining renat rnue. There is any iaiiiount of iiiimoy heIre for Vnatson, five to four being cracl;k?: freely. I saw a nian pora'nbn ]nliui:i l tlhe str 'e t; on TiicusIlny niliit liast with £L ini his iilhand wan?tiiin to lay it, on Watson iaginst £10, but Oronlk's admiirors. if there were any, iid nut feel inclineil to invest. 'Tl'h litoe conference batween ti comnmittee anill itiii?itiru.t~eiiic somins1i toIlavo beein p roiiduc tive i ' u Iif ?,e goii i, s the turn has kept satis f'ititry ever since. When the Oofereniice tiok pilne there was just 9 days gone in the qlmrtetr, aiil there was tlhen 10 skips dif fl'recie beti.wcei the hlicliliti nmil lowest flat, awil iuv thle-e is not moire. Thiis will tell whietller till in:iiag:le cani rieglirte tLhe turn or unt when hu liks. 11' it can b olune, and we haIvc every riiasn to tlink that it can,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Municipal Intelligence Wallsend Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

A. ne.?rivac ofl th lt. 1dr, Cou -twil was- hel] hlst evening at thL CiGal'i] C3hambers. irtaii t: *.* I L&, 1t-ion. ji:-is to aiy R7icleard.:9u, )'ir're~ll, H:u:;.-. ','7nil:c, and2 aIsg. 19 ; 17. thi?. i.: :: Lii of h.t ,iaTo', 'iAlcrmran N rau$a 'a; r'ted ':e.chair'. T.hi miuites if ith' iro'if'iiois ieting w¶ere rcooa L, cn 'iir i: rd.. he ic.,.,wil Dip. : red a hlo·er from ?.J Tie. r~j'.,'~t i 'll *l' .;. (4r'.: .ji l r hi i'' fon Mtl t"r.; T. a:::...a n, it 1 .ii ih I Ci tval tiirs On: th u,:, :?ion. ,f A hhermas Iloca, eceonde.?! yp.11 t,:.,.: CouY,~, it. ,?:,:? movd anod "luht lIh, n'w:· asment m'inle hy th valuers of tire * ',ztc+::,le 1t. rop:e y" L , re,.ceiv.'NL "? + h it : s uml ,f+il r led b thl ' r,? r ll R10m ? ; n s..'OS, of r?u tu le pr'. cry?. witf;lhin the,? llJ'ough ol Ir ? a. (III, J "i t(lflryt~4 iib r L'" ii ii o IIt ·jniuiSr ll, W: .th"iLdi iileiby the *t'yr" ppIoLntid vnluerr ILi' "i rIIB. Icllt-iill'rii viI Li tell n i,' iii- i i O ul. theret f~, a...

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