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OUR COAL SHIPMENTS COASTWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

o. n C o,, s8?1rtl.P:Ts BTAWEEwIAB. Seovell 1v,?.ic.secl. h.linvg recen tlybeen added to the pougaltrst 'iZ., thie briigs '4allalt iookh and Vision, a!d schooicrs WVilliam and El scort, induces our pub lishing tl!hu list of vessels employed in the abovo tid?- Td ,Sydney are constantly employed Captain SeiRna?rell's steam colliers Saxonin, Tasmania, and Etgle, tonungo 1020 tons, and the Brilliant, schooiiter, 10 tons additional. Next on thlo list are Ciptiin 'Angun Campbell's fine fleet'Matrio, Hipbc, anrid Dart, brigs, and Alert, schooner, of 10Ql, tolus. Mcsslrs. Warburtoni coal merchants, have tho Lady Emma,cI.obecpa, mid Prompt, s5uI',9p~]r?, of .09,tops. .Mr.:Hughe., of 3Mort's Dock, has scotia, brig, and WVilliam scholonor, 480 tols, and belonging to otlher individuals 1p\~a.?ro. thlu schooners Little Pot, 100 tonj, t llii~delol , ll0.tons, Scotin, 10 tons, Martha Eltoi\,. 18(1 tons Geinm, 130 tons, Clara, 170 tonls, Alibied', 150 tons, Vibilit,' 150, Urrining 160, Escort, 1,00...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE TEA AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

THE TEA AND CONCERT. According to arrangement, a most sump, tuous tea znd refreshments were provided for the visitors in the room underneath the Hall by Mr. H. Wheeler, and notwithstand ing the strain upon his resources by the large numbers who sat down, ample satisfaction was giren to all. About 600 partook of tea. After tea, and long before the time ap pointed for opening the concert, the seats in the ball began to fill up, and by seoyq o'olock standing room pox!d not be found in: sijdp, and the committee were reluctatotly coi-. polled to refuse admission to several, and thpte inside were literally " packed like sardines," At half-past seven the WVorshipful Master iof the Lodge (Mr, F'letfhIer) took the ph.ir, all? after a little diffipplty managed to rgatpFai quietness, which was a littlo disturbed thrai?]b the crush, and the performance then comn menced and was carried through most har moniously and satisfactorily. On thle plat form, beside the chairman, was J. Hannell, Esq., M....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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EXPORT OF COAL FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

EXPOwvT J (COAL VROM'" NEWOAS'LFE. The oxpn? ol cdal for the wook ending Friday July 10th, c(otocntcd to 23;290, tons, 0243 tons.f wvhich -~oo ahipped to Sydnuy, 3322 to Melbourne, 660 to Adelaide, 032 to the Clarenoe River, 90;7 to ?lanilla, 051 to Naew Caledonin, 447 to Aucklicnd, 031 to Batavia, 717, to Wallaroo, 1958 to 1{ongkong, 1813 to San ]iraooisco, 7ii50 to China, 391 to the steauncers. 1128 for home consumption, and 208G? to Noew Zealand. The export of coke amaoted tcto 43 tons, 4 ton of which wcre shipped tp New. Zealand from the fA. Co., and 80 tons from tho Co-opera tive colliery for Sydney and Now Zealand. Of the coal, 8700 hoil wqroefim the A. A. Co., 4006 from WVallsend, 2025 from Lambtono, .9450 from Varatah, 4331 from tlTo Co-o~oieCav1e o., 3041 from'~otw Lasohton, and 04i' from:Anvil Oreek,

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

NEWCASTLE SHIPPINC. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. Briton, barqne, 452, Dyson; to load Co-operltive)" Wild Wave, brig, 194, Wilson - David Hoadley. American barque, 1099, Kelton; leading Wallsend Woodlark, ship, Larges; loadia Lambton Johan Irgen- Sorwegian barque, 746;.SfMortonsen. loading Co-operative . Bands, barque, Geasing, 482 ; to load Lamlton City of Glasgow, ship, 1168, Black ; to load ~Talls end Alexandra, ship, 898, Ellis; loading New L-~ mbton. Ellsworth, American barque, 858, Was;' to load New Lambton Camille, barque, 365, Stafford ; loading Lambton Hengist, shlp, 1091, Br'owne; to load Liambton Chrysomene, ship, 1788, Browning; ooad Walls Amie, American barque, 628,:.Fake?todoaid Walls end . . River Lune, s'ahip, 1126, Williams :to load Wallsend Lady Cairns, ship, 1264, Davis ; to lIad New Lamb ton - .? CulIzean, ship, 1572, Pirnie ; to~flodTValisend Dorette, ship, 848, Ayles; to load Nedi Lambton Lillie barque, 478, Brown; to load Cooperative Meii?der, barque, 377, Park...

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

- . OPPOSITE. TE "DATI 'T" OFFICE. VTHE ENTIRE STOCK OF THESE ~RE S, CONSISTING OF 'A." L aG A-) Wri -A Sroci. OF - lGEiRAL P AP ER! ,d"_?.a_ =,.. n , ,..? O M? ot dnd ·iill co31tinue S01 i IRlE MARKAI hAP ! The present Proprieto~' contem'- 'Removing to peaceable and •afe pre ,..es... ? ': - ·· " '.I~ ST t~ D A~~ "" ? ' , r·.- . -a 1 ·.7, E~;Ab'aoi T OBER /NGALL ?;I ·I . · .D T" E t .- . . : : (L OF AGGAR'S) ? EGS' mn'ost respectlfully to infomu'' tlkrbitantcs of Newcastle niid the Siurriuonding , Districts tlint Ih has T, i' gn'and Cominooliois Premisens of M'n. W. \. RowE'!, NEXIT , M,.. SCHIIOTL i'S'B I'NG S'1l'AlT SHI ENT,which lhe has OP,-. , I,).w'H A K.L. , AI JULLY SMECIlD 'I'ED S'roc O S LADIES', GENTL:EN'S AND, CHILDREN'S ENCeLISH, FREGCH, CERA.. COLHONALB OOTS ANQS4 OES, - . In he Latest Jaz.aos eh1 shionable; Styles SO of ithe vey best, that cnn e phrocured, hi hhope es.by stiicL alteontion to business and civility to his custonierg, to sohcit j fai ,.are of.the public p...

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

TO "ORR ESPONDENTS. CaLrrespondcnts are requested. to adhere to. the following .suggestions'to' ensure insertion: To write only on one side of- the papcr, to write in clear and distinct characters, and to avoid all scurrTility or offensive personality. Each writer will berequired to forward hIis.or -her name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faitli -

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

TO OUR SUBSOCRIBERS. Subscribers failing to receive their copies will oblige us by making application at the office. or to any of our Agents, whose names are notified on page 4.

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

AP~ BEilTTINGi DISPUTE. At tho' police court, Newcastle, on JMonday Inst John Davies suedl Joln Bryvdon for the sum of £2 10s., the stakes of a bet made with thu coin plailnant and Robert Forresor, on a horse race' between Sir Roger and ???itg Australia. Tiheevi dence showcld that tlUaeoo in quostion was declaved void in consequo?~ne of the jockeys being under weight, and hlio stakes were A?twn, conseqluently Brydou ,id not think he was jtsatiled in handing ovel the stakes to Davis. The:bon.eh dismissed the anse, considcring they had I no jtudid tlon. t u

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

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. 1FR.3J. W., FORRESTER I.L ihas muh pleasure in infoiming his numer ous austomer a t inhabitanmte of Wallsend gcierally, th?i-S has REMOVED to those more contral promises in NEILHoN-ST Ttt .TWallsend, lately occupied by Mr. 12. Johnsen, where he o tends carrying out his bushness as - * Grocer and General Produce Deler, and trusts that the patronage so liberally besteowed heretofore will ho continued. Note the address-- J. W. FORRESTER, NEXT PItESBYTERIAN CHIIUtOIH, W~VALLSEND. 6 I) -cl SOH"' N _-. BOAID and tESIDENCE, . L -Park House. 27, Pnrk-s et, . near Pitt-street, - ,SY I)NEY T''ermns moderate. IKembla Oyster Saloon, HUNTEtR-STREET, NEWCASTLE. . T# MINo iform the inhabigants *. of the Mining T''ownships that REFIRESH. MEN'TS of Every Description can be obtaineud at all hours. • Fish and Oysters (stewed and fried), iTea and Coffee always ready. Ihd the Address S NEXT HIR. PROVO3T'S. - HENRY F. CROSS BOL'rO.TON ,TiEET AND STEAMlERH WHARF! N OCASTLIE?, COMM ? ON ...

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

HUD)i?E DEATII. Yesterday morning Mrs. GenO. Chapman,, of Pl tts burg, Wiallsend, died suddenly at her resideneb Nelson-streot. The deceased has for some years past been suflering from diseaseo 0 the heart, and was velry nervous, int her famlnily lnever expected that death was so oear. On Monday she wolrn about her housechold duties in lher usual health, nrmd on T'uesday ornilng wheol her two sons went to work in tha pit. she also seemeod well, and spoke to tl\o eldesb, but abortly after they left she com m?ncenld to breathe very heavily, anl haid a choking senation i hI~er thre.t, and ui about an hour after she palmly expired without a word.

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

*HAMILTON. 1.j Sat tyday. 1a sese1al (el-contested ganies b) g b41l ~were phivyed at Mr. Tludor's hbtel.. The naist isiteresting one beilzg betweenl jobrt' -Ienderson, of Lambton, and William Lonsdale, of .Greta, the latter playing withl with only one lisnd, Lonsdale had gio ,est of it at the fore part of tho o? ??O d uce?sdcdd in scoring ?-q (q hs o?oneqlt'~ ?e?n,' hllt e los wee the. ' t;so1 as Henderson p unyt xip to . hin' before ' lhe got any msore. hey then kept score for score up to 20, when the excitement was intense, as they each had several innings before, either eoulf w?ake another ace, which would i$nah li e game,. t last Heanderso. ,eu0peeded, and won, thus bepti4ig by only one.. Tli stakes were al6oit 10 (sAde. One dlay last week a man made a most' drl . ing and inqqudentl, attempt to rob the'till of ala ?o??l illn this town. It appears, that thlie lanillady and some persons were sitting in the room, beh.ind the bar, wtilien they heard a rattle at thie till, they then ...

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

¶4Ti~~ Couuczl .ucti~ig:~pso on onfodaynigbt 1iust, ro W4Irlt( ati a qLuorar~1. ..·~ r .1i~ lirvo; beers iatu~rnicd that tbac idisppatont. thre SwtllItrng ~l~r0ds hass beuai aeltied. TI~ 1Lunnn ela iiei off iioik onl M~onday;Trhnt ivoxe \oiviking obtel~dny.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. .WaLrSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THEI PITh. ''bolhe W?allsenid pit worked both shifts on Moionla and Tuecsd-.. The Co-operative ollly worked on slhift on Moonday, but both yesterday.

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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. A vEw months back I had oc^csit to notice that miniters - of the Gospel scarcely ever visit us, but I aeh happy to say that, this' state of-affairs no longer exists. No gabbatl' passes without at least one ?sermonn, andi often we have clergymen repeserhting the Wesleyann Methodist§, Primitive Methodisti, and Church of EPAl nd bodies; andon last Sabbath we had a .rieal live bishop,-9the BIishc;p of Newcvastlel' having kindlyj favoured us with a visit. I .kncowv not to what ,to attribate this change in our religious affairs, probably our increased Topu!lation, and'pro bably ourtincreased pirosperity. ]rom what ever caise the fact is apparent thLt we ng_ longer nlack preachers. Th'le bother is.now to get churches for Ithose preachers to prezich in, and then the preachers will havp the bother to find people to fill these churches. . , Since the- event of Saturday last Mir. Watsonuodf Scone, has none n?4gin the ad !niration of his admnircrs like a rocket. They are ...

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Great Foot Race for £100 Aside. ROBT. WATSON v. GEORGE CRONK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

Great Foot Race for £100 Aside. RIOBT. WATSON n. GEORGE CRONK. NEVj lies . foot race caused .so much excitement in the Northeri distiict as the present one, no doubt on account of the men representing the two colonies, which, we all .icows, are so very jealous of each other. "'THi' 1th of July is a day tliht will be .long remembered by the inhabitants of 'Hamilton as we believe there has never been such a large numnber of people congre gated together before. The ground was in first-class order, and roped the whole distance-each side and in the middle. The Ncew Soutfi Wales representative, . Robert Watson, is an inhabitant of Scone, where he has resided this two years or.more. He'is about 20 vears of ago, weighs O1st. * 101bs., and is 5 ft. 10in. in.- in height. He is a well made man, has a large chest, very long from the hip to the knee, and a great "sticker." He is improving in his style of running, keeplin himself well together, aind takes a stride of 7 feet 4 inches. He is i man ...

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

THE BALL. The concert being concluded aout 10 o'clock, according to the programme ithe ne?t event was the ball, and the hall being clearul the committee at once Met about removing the seLats and sveiljnfg ithe room ly way of pre parition. About 11 o'c1pcJcpjuil was ready. an?li fiter sa nuiber.of visitors ]lad departe d S'by the late train the, prelimlinary arrangemen s .?ere settled. Mr. J. IBarlow was .'chsenrmaste of ceereonies, MIr.- J.J;W-K ?ells presided at Sthe piano, atil Mr. aitt\ho' violin by way of providin¢ tlhe music, and eve:ytlhinag being arrailged the gcnltleUen; chose their partners, a?d very, soon " all went.merry as a marriage bell;" about 100 cbuples being present. Tile ball was kept up with spirit till morning, and thus ended the nlast itemn on the programme connectd witlh the laying the foundation stone -of a 'rotestaitr Hall in W'allsend, and as we have liot heard of one angry word .having been nttered against any party during the whole of tile day, we think t...

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THE CLEVELAND IRON TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

Ts Cr OLEVELAND Ingf. Tak(p.---Middles-f .toronughb' Tuesdhy.- Th'o ironii'n'mrle: t toL-day has boon'i thix e t ihanlast eelc, aiid th?iFo. moro .disposit lion to- biy .i It is difficult to say. whithor the improvemdent` will' contiiae or iwhether it is cnaused by the alntlicipited stike of Iurham mnineis and the consequent rise o prices:,. 2fossrs. Somuolson's inen refuso to ;accep the. ,ton p.r cent. reduction 'dior tp arbitrateo , and' the' firmhe\lixm ohao esolval to stop the wholo of tlhi.lo ight bliast fuirnagce. Theo five firinaces nt Witton ari also being 'dain?peod dowvn. 'Prices to-dnay wroe hiighoe ·than last TLesday, 60s. being asklod aiid 64s. paid for No. 8;P9s. his been -efused ir n miany instances. Forgo'ranges from . 58s. to 60s., There is ratlher; iio di "inig "'ii theo fiished i~ron trgde," arid prices ' have ndt de~dliie d further.

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

NEKY LAMBTON. '?OHNiN to .reiport frlr,, here, foi jj s only thlit tlo pit is wor-5iI y'. . -. . , 1T% . i n??t bld iew aF'tr ti i - -.l. ·'ul ]? 1 7

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THE WELSH MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

THE WBELSH MINEIIS. ' The Coal Masters' Association in the An thrancit~e .Valey, in the counties of Onlrmnarthen and GlarbrigaslH'ire, .ve met uider tlihe p~esi dency of'their chairman, Mr. E. B.. ~Vl)ack, of Wolverhampton, to discuss the wagcs ques tion. - They. agreed .that the state Of trade made a reduction inevitable, ajid they resolved un?rimoinusly to drop wages 20 per cent. on apd after the 1st of iMay. ' A large and rapypssitative meeting of the ,Monmouthabhiro ano- Spquth Vrales Collieries Association was held on WVednesdiy, at Oardiff, Mr. F'?9th.ergill, ,1M.~1P., presiding, when it: was y?esolved tl4t mo .iouday next notices for th? terminitiao of ,cotrats should be pos~id:' ip st all theiecollieries ia"'.origouttlshire .and South ,Vales.? Theo irinmasters als.o,..at, in. consult~ation, and came. to a resolution to en force a redudtioii in wages similar t td,that reljchl will ultimately be, adioptdd ii the '~oal trh4Ode

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. PRIMITIVE METHODIST SABBATH SCHOOL, LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 July 1874

2'.atest. District News. (FROMs OUR YVLtIOUS OORRESPONDENTh.) : LA 'BTON. PRIMITIVE :.METHODIST SABBATH SCHOOL, LAMBITON. TUE.anniversary..of the services of the above schiool,were held in the Rechrabites' Hall on Sunday last. Three sermons were preached by Mlrs. WVaters, .of Newcastle, and Rev. 13. Kenny, of Walsend. Each service was well attendecd. Tho teachers and children sang suitable hymns at each service,, under the conductorship of Mr. J. Robinson, and several recitations and dialogues were given by the bhildren in a very creditable manner. On Monday the children were treated lto a tea, and the little ones seemed to 'eijoy Sthemselves thoroughly. At 5 p.m. a public tea-meeting was'held. The tea was pr:ovided by Mr. Wm. Shoesmit.b of Lambton, and reflected credit upon him as a caterer. The tea was numerously attended, in fact several were compelled to go home to get their teas, as the provisions ran short. It was not expected . that such a lnumber would be'present, on account...

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