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

@vigiual Soutsontencc. . Let it; hea distinc,1lv 'um.bvrstoodl tha:,t w.e do nlot identilJy ur el;'e1 i'h tihe opt ions exprL.- ed bly ,lur crre sol'F nllll dentl?-, A"1 C'lllllllnllljnill[iOlln Ilaut lave th'e mnII a- ::oll uldrl(:cses of thle writler attuclhtd. l tu necess-artily for pubhlic:a . tiot, buts at n?urtle. o" good f£zitth.J

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY, 10TH JULY. (Before Messrs. Hill and Turton, J.P's.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

WVARATAH. POLICE COURT.--FRzDAY, 10ri JULtY. (Before Messrs. Hill and.Tarton, J.i"s.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. W. Tooley for using obscene language in :a public street, at Hanbury, on the 5th inst., was finud £a2 and costs, Gs. Od., or in default one mlonth in Maitland gaol. The case, J. Bull and C. Halpinu, for assault, was called, but tho. parties did not pnt in an; appearance. ABSOUNDING FOM. BSIEVICE. Rosanna 'Keagan was charged with abscond ing from the hired service of S. S Vale, on the 2nd July, 1874. Pleaded'not guilty. S8. S. Vale, on oatlh, deposed : The infor inmtiun read is correct; tihe defendant is tlie person of whom I complain ; on Thursday, the 2nd July, on returning from my bsiniess, and enquiring for the defendant, I found that she had gone away and left her wor undonp, aind had taken-away her clothes; she gave lie no notice whatever ; she has not retuirneid to her service. AiMr. Vale here interfered with the guardian ofllhegirl prompting her to ask the complainant quest...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE AUSTRALIAN OI[?]MENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

of coIp-cr TIr.nhIn;: rn s, L~ 1' :'_,' r?, Ljno ing . t h' d ni t• ndt I rrll ·.: Jaceratit n igh . 11 ::4h i n, :i ]{ f l. tenl, the'? Tll(ldl? L:: S?,*,'O l(. (.?l'll] P. Itl'(. C' ?t:: lJ ' \Y I j(i ll. R t,!," ie J:l·:'' { pin belnl [[] ? frighfu.'t" 11n in u sed ,[tt he ?' intnrn-Iu It , -before for?, usinor.{ Ju. rts 1 use it . {.nce £q ||}i) i-]*(?? h is

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

LAsT week a miner Iamled titetli? raceived a s;verle bruise oi hlis foot £f?i ozghd a:-fall of conl. i-l is progressipg fitvo oaiblyt under the treatnient of D)r. Hill, bitt will .t tltlable to resule hii employuleult ftor soulos tine to I on glad to state IthaLt the main illin owlerIi, who was ,takenl to tlhe Cewcastle -Itosita.l aboutl, five vweeks ego, is niow so far re?cV?'ld1 Iai be :ib le t.o I·?lOe out tt thle begitning l, f , ext wieek. Thlis 1mnl1 Vb in a very llw st,-tat, 1,11th loltiillV and plhysscally, an li-havii g no frieinls, lthei ollccrs of tie LUoliiery Accilent, Fhiit, ae him ia certificate for amissiousulllutO the lHspi iS ll. Ths miners ,f this colliary are ugiitiniiitg tiO see mou th:,, evcer tlhe bnelits to I,a derivedt fromt lilscriiltg to this useful institutioll, ats there hre s, lmny b:ltlchers working here, who, inll 1the event of sickel?tss or accidletl;, are solely ,hlinda1:t lt ll?"pI staJ.rtasml' for |hle aLtelldanllc whichll is so necessary 1in such...

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

¢ . .%,., t~. N17~'orid. mittits.5 CA.NY'.SSEl: \VANTE|. A NTEI.n ii AMN1 for AD ERTIS'ki. S .13 ETLl, ad ,l/.1 PI;IN'IN'IGC. for Lhis ,lourn~lj in Nowoa;,le. .\ lilwral plo-ulntntge g'ive. lin;erd' .h,,dmuatt. Orico, Vnalleoid, 10tlh Iuly, lM7-. * .ANTED, a IESP!lCT\1'1UJ ? l- or So?boot I-l or 1(i yoir, of ao,, ton Tal'ke Orders and Cnrr"y .Roiud ?.e:t., &c. A\pplyto W IT.\TYIIYJE, -IS \Vntt-stroet, Nowcnistle. NOTICE. ,TALLSjND, ald Plattsburq S ibLscribers 0.are resJpect?ll/ reqiuested ~r02' to P.4 Y AN'?M0NETYE to tIe ,NTNi?V ERS. * IJ. Af. S IVEE., , Pr'o, Proprielors., 'Tenlers Wan~t . . .if 0END.1' * thlo EICTION of a 1IN I (I) . ROOMDI OUSE (1V.oathorbonrd), will heo receivod until ilAl l, i0th July,. Theo lowsat o,, any tendor not accoossar'ily no aopted. Plaus nid Spoiefltioilons cn, ie soon uit the residence of the Undoersligned. )?AVID JONES, 470 Opposite Vesloyan Church, \Vallaond. To Builderts. rT1ENDERS will lbe roceived up o the Il5t.h July, - for tlhfl?,EOI...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

(7'o th,: L..,'0or of ,,he ?.n?..' A?-roc', .) Sm:,-Will you a:llow ,ie Lo :ask uwo iquostis ihrougih your . ohlurnS ?con?rling thy Public ebhoul. Idon't think . m du a, " i otier than toell iny storymylii 1 hwl wayi. \eoll, ,ir, I had live, children attLnOling thi Pcui' 1 hoiol 0.13 i..i L lmb)on.0, rthroo of thnI usin t i copy ihoks, f h:ve been in' thi habit of ,uyi, t'.Io bIoks irum ir. Daul:o. and lpaying .i::peleie each for c:: ou. I was 11d)%: in NYwaotW0le slhori tiilcI igo, in.l whllo lthlIrU I pin'chasdci tihre Ihrnl .y folr one :hilJil,g. Acc.rdinii to tii sizo Ip:.y ,it. i1uiks for, hl.oo liuol:o would be worth o'ij1hillini and 1,ihliLlenc0e oaolh, tlhcro fore Iwll w hu av o oi shlillio and , two pmce on oauh 1lobk. 'Thilre oiilu 1o lI(0 ; ltlince O -I writtetn in 0h(eu loh-ks. W/il il ]1o10;s1 0r 1 te1ll l1e wholhclo tie .chool-u1:ster shhlt write the lu Ii lines in the coulpy-l:loks or iot? MI.. nke lp.itively rei'ousc.l to hbul thy h:Ipb, :3l1 liii to t310 0n10 of the...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SKINNUM'S BAG. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

SKINNUM'S BAG. SLBY A YANKEE TRAVELLER. [coNw?TIUCD.] M1Y great dread was that Balnnick shollnllhl ihe watcIIhing," altil lllnnf?l to, stnlsl ln; an I crOiy now andl thln. s I led tile snre-fitedll little beast over tile stony grolnil, as [ lmalde off ilir'- e-st, [ keplt pltilling lip, seemning to fliicy thlit I hai'ld Ily two lllates tr.icking le. Tllhenl [ welnt on again, past deserteld walsh lhh.s ano pilel. uip rlllnisli, travellillc hy thii' H ntlt'.;, t.at 11in w n.l ule ,,.eli,ip ,in at., till I wain w.Il away i I h,. pe'n c('llliltry, wrlhen. fi eling that I n[e. notl hie o colteiisll, I stolipe litt iliilfirlly, so as to be well outcl of reace before Niw iull il.s iR Oindlllla very well, and yolo wuill sey ilait it 'was a wvise plan of snili t-: get Ii' t awnlly ti"ronm two sich conlpailliunY , toI i huc'e l collll work fir illyself. WIll, so far, s,, ,r.ilI; Illt ih''in tIhere are he111(1 drawbacks an il lilse i'rle sine of thle Ilinlgs I Ihadl to risk : tii, (chilii i,'i...

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POETRY. A MAIDEN'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 July 1874

I'OETLY· . .- L..MAIDEN): LETTEIR. He asked me if;I loved him,~ I giz 'd at thle stars above, And f-Air, yen. ;town the.wrakne.s, IFor a momaent, well then-.ove I O ily a miment, tonugh. darnt, : tF o- he w?.i-aperue1 in.ao my ear. .l'Midst s'sent uft i nothir.r,. the softest; ' 11 hard n-xt ta n'o|iig a yetir I T mai ca,fania haiw I started I in iasked ' wbsit h' had done SnSo atupi I-hiving just old me 'T'ht he wnai a younger seo. Thian lie a:aved about love an 1 hnnour- rind thing. minre preeiols than gold; Suah nni aee-juitana if I niorY W'Werc n child of eigait years old I Alisi I tall man?mmn, and ste kissea m ;B" Yatc knov I r'a nlvwaLys her pet: An i Isw llnore t?r ever-ton-morro, w I':n to mialrry a cor',nat I Park Lranel-the ltow--::ulh n aarriaga I. \Vith tile Il.,.t lbox on the tier, carte I!anahe for dress--a'title, AnlI tvc?aty thousand a year 1 Iz'y Earl-well, never mind him : there It is aretty well t.it for tat, O;cer fulry.--u subject tl fitn, dear, An I brl onest-...

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CASE OF SUPPOSED CONCEALMENT OF BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

CASE OF SUPPOSED CONCEALMENT s OF BIRTH. A i' iEVtbTIr a case of supposed conceanlinnt of birth w?s brought to light at Bir5ningham, on Tuesday. A widow named Agnes lRuddei', and a tman nn med Howell have for'some time past cohabited togIther in a court in Lennox slrecct. nan it. it isfated'that they wereboth d1f dissolute habiis, andil freqnontly q arrelleou* On Monlaydi'ignt?tthey were in i semi-drunkepn: stateiranlli1diaioferice altercation, 'which led] to ld '..?~t'he neiglibours, Ittrac'ted by, the disi?ancetll, cou)?it',nded arolnd tlle house, and tlihioulnnm.i;!, wornmn were overheard to do nooncd cllch uthill, anid to threaten to " split about lhe bnby in tlhe cellar." Tlihe sus picions of the. neCigihbours were thllu excitid, aind thley decided to watch tlihe place, mi'd'if aptlhiing was discovered to iniform'tlit,police£ Nbtlling frithller wa heard ablout the nlystery in the cellar" that nihgllt. Thel persons who hod deterlmined to detect the supposed crimen wcia unlfortum...

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SKINNUM'S BAG. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

SKINNUM'S BAG. Bi A YaFANKFE rTA'ELLER. "; [CONTINUED.] II -eemedto"wake unp. dizzyl andZ helpless, • randivlt;i'?a ?srong-deszre:?sleep, and I slopt till the hot snn jwast pouring ,npmnr' my face, and I aokeo?to feel for my gold; but only for' the ho·'ro~s of tlhe iight to comine back, bringing with themani ' feeling of despair that wan~ terible. What shouild'I ie now ? Starve in the midst' of- that- siidy' 'leS'ert where nothing; was;to blie seen but rock;and distant niountain; while with the gold. I had won, Banuttiick, red-hainded 'rith my blood, #?nt back to I Morri$ivllo, and, perhaps, to win Lizzie. ' - . That last thought seemed to give me nerve, and getting upon my feet, I looked about at nlast to see' tlhe:miirks of' tlie mule's hoofs, atnd on each side the foot-prints of a man, I was no experiehcedhthanter; b·uit I iew that if I followed those prints, I must conie up with them, sooner or-later; 'anid planning to do so, whenathey reached some settlement -if they did :not m...

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ORIGINAL LINES. LINES ON THE WRECK OF THE BRITISH ADMIRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

ORIGINAL ·LIIVICS. ..... LINES ON THE WRECK OF THE BRITISIH ADMIIIAL. M ore sal. re our thoughts than pen can e'er can tell; WYhile we rTead'6f the wreck d6 the ship Admiral, ' " Si'':. Tc--WVith sucha loss of life. ABswe hneir theqloud splash of the rough surging' V.. Wet k of: the ?iany deep watery graves P" V '~?" "3: r;Beneath the oceai's bed. fcd In fiancy ,we see thii poor. mother so brave, r e i * j' Whild: vainly she'tried her lov'd child for to save, S. By,c lasping it in her arms; - gi And in sorro-vwethink' of that yonnig pretty girl * That bid fair to.live long:and bright in this world ,' ' . The pet of all she. new. ;,, ; i: And .we dwell with respect on that kind, brave one; That o0wn'd the name of Niholson, o '''m ..? " (;.i"'' .' '/i h . rho ieeded the.little one's tears; And we think that God who rules with love .., j ' WVillikindly note that act above,- .'. ' " . Where all is just and true. And the.man thabad 'died'with belted gold, WVith'the death'of the sailors, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

FUNEA C PMIAN tn. reqt~esed tc.f ATITEJND IWT: 1CX'tEAIAIf to jabv from heor late rosicieji, Nelsbi..frecc~l ~Val ~L.A; Tols D)AY (WEIc~,EsD, ) it Hal/ alit a pjic. kz. .T)ISN 49. nerakr

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

abbcrtiscmtmt%. S NOT ?I.E. . CANVASSEI 7-WANTED, "TTANTED, a C)t>-V SSEle0r ADVERTISE. V MENTS TM n d JOB PRINTING for this Journal in Newcastle. A liberal percentage given. fMinera' Advocate Olice, Wnallsend, 0lOth July, 1874. W ANTED, . a GEN]ERAL SERVANT. Ap ply to • JOtHN MlcINTOSH, Storekeeper, 4·8S lanmlton. TFlENDERS ar nvited up he 18'i JULY, for the PAI'EI NG and P NTIKG the " Old Blue Bell' Publi ??so.- - The lvest or any tender net necessnrily ? ed. REAY, 42& Plattsbh, ,Vallsend. DIrik C?eck. T?ENDERS rS "ed fo the GBETTING and P UTTrTIN ?LrO-il hlED FENoE, with PALINGS, aollo 4 G utlts, at the \WEBLItYAN OnIAPEL. App~ly t AiL. Appl D. LETVIS. L'OST, TWO NI\EW 8ADDLE ??. CIOOT .S. SIuolward. A aI uo Mlr. W. T.. DENT, LaRmbton, or at this Oflice. OST, fromt tihe run at. ato-bak of Brookstiwn, a ORESNU1' ? vL white face bIranldedl CJ on the hilnd q ater. The finder wil be rr.':ardeld ol bringing the same to the Itvy. O. J. MOOt . WVallsei and411 Co-operative :: ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

TO CORRESPON DENTS. DAVID LEwxs, Dark Creek.-It was our intention to have answered your queries, only that we consider they have been ably replied to by Mr. Abel's letter, which appears in another column, and no doubt it isthe duty of the public to protest :tgainst the perpetration of the abuses complained of. Gzo. THOMAS, Greta.-Your letter will appear in Snext issue. SheGitners' Advents, SORTETUMBERLAND RECORDER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

" Latest Telegrams. (P,'rone tihe hy!dnleyl Papler. .) SYDNEY. 'T'uesd, evening. The ()rztnlge Demonstration st the Exhi bition building. yesterday was a grand success. There were about 10,000 present. .iverythin~g passed off.harnoniously. Tlhe news front the "Palmer is very bad. The Lord Ashley brought about 400 rie turncd diggers on Friay.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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The Unequal Distribution of Skips. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

The Unequal Distribution of Skips. It our last issue we promised to point out a remedy whereby equal, justice will be done to all the miners employed at the various collieries in respect to the above growing evil. At a mes~Ing of the Lambtoon miners held on the 24th June last, it was reported that Mr. MOREHEAD stated to a deputation who waited upon hiii in refer ence to the unfaii distribution of skips, that he compared "the turn-keeping to the seats in a theatre, and that that the Lambton men all wanted the front seats,-that the cavel was a fair thing, and those who were in the back seats one time had a chance of getting in the front next time." Mr. MOREEAD may be a very able commercial man, and thoroughly .conversant with -general busi ness, but his reply to the deputation proved beyond doiubt that he was ignorant of the matter then in dispute. According to his theory men have no right to complain, no matter how few skips they may get; or, in other woids, the manager is to have li...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

(To thLe I~dtior of thA ifiners' 4Advocate.) 4 - ?n.--In your issus of Saturday, the 11th instant, 1i letter appears, signed by Mr. David Lewis, cornm liaining of the tcacrer of the Public Sehool, of fhis township. ow sir, this is not the firat com'ipint that havB~Thbeard in- connection' with the geiqEl, rnanagcment of ourtPublid ScihoOL although .~ii tihe fiirst that has appeared in the public press, and, I think, toomuch praise, cannot be given to Mr.. Lewis.,. Therd can be io question, that in a Public' School, with*.an averan ?attcndance of, I helievd, 350 children, that a gLeat amount of labour and supervision is rcqdired of the teacher to superintend the various classes in connhetion ivith such a large daily attendance. Therefore,' I will pass ove??fhe complaint, in refereuce to the coly books, as a matter of perhaps little importance, but, sir, tlhink it .is a matter of mnore serious importance when the teacher ursups the power (as I am not aware that any such power'isinvcste...

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GRAND PROTESTANT DEMONSTRATION. Laying the Foundation Stone of the Protestant Hall for Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

PROTESTANT DEMONSTRATION. Laying the Foundation Stone of the Protestant Hall for Wallsend. ON MIODAY last. the Orange Lodge dnd Pro testants of Walisend determined to avail themselves of the opportunity of laying the foundation stone of a Protestant Hali, hr comiemoration of the 1tlth of; July, which is generally erecognised as an illustrious dant. y all Orangemen throughliout the world;fin commemoration of the daiy on which Willianm, Prince of Orange, crossed' tlhe Borne. oin the 13th July, 1090. In Wallsend the day was kept a holiday to ull iiteits and purposes. .The prinojpal- places of buisinesswere closed, and the?.lits* onl worked.*- the' front shift.-- Extensite narrangements had previously been made for visitors and brethren from various parts of the districtl and invitations were sent out lavishly,,and largely availed of, a-nd when the hoyr for laying the foundation stone arrived there'wore about 1500 present, includingjr'miembers of Orange lodges tionom .NewcastleA-.WVarat...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

frini4~8l '~~l~korr~e0i~ [· idnifonsI: be dAt t ciatinctly u deIstood tlat we do hot ~b'~L our corrulponddents. A~l cornznunicatlionsr rn'ustrbavo the namnes and addressies of the 'tion, itulifrr as guaranntee of ~ood faih. Jj

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

SPORTS. During the afternoon there were various kinds of amusements indulged in, such as dancing, football, &c. .Several foot-races were got up, and great interest was taken therein, no doubt owing to the fact of G. Cronk, D. Dunlop, and other fahst men com peting. We noticed nIr. R. Watson, the winner of the late great foot race, on the ground, who appeared to watch with much interest the result of tihe different divisions. The first event was a handicap race of150 yardls open-to members of the Order only. -Prize, a scarf value £1 6s. There were-23-competitors started for this race, in-three divisions. The winners being a. follows :--lst division, Winm. Duncanson, Wallsond; 2nd, J. Gibb, Newcastle; 3rd, .1. Smith, Wallsend. In the final heat, J. Smith, 1st; J. Gibbh, 2nd: and Duncanson, 3rd. The next was a handicap race, for all comrners, at two distances of 100 yards and 150 yards. The competitor scoring the ms6st points to be the winner. Prize, £84. There were 11 entrance...

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