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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

MARKET HOUSE, ' ·eYTER-STREET, OPPOSITE 'THE '" DATLY PILOT" OFFICE. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THESE PREMISES, CONSISTING OF A LAutin anl WELI;l-ASsoRTED SToCioR O?' SGEINERAL D RA P E RY!L WOOLLENS, &c., &c., n11d will contflliue to be Solt41 REMARKABLY CHEAP! - :o: - The present Proprietor contemplates Removing to peaceable and safe premises. ~ ROBERT INGALL. ---~'--~---- I - BOOTS.! BOOTS i! BOOTS! ~(o) --(0) - D. STEVEqSON (LATE OF IVMrs. AGGAR'S) B EGS most respectfully to informii the Inhabitnts of Newcastle nd the Surrounding ) Districts that he has T-iAEN thiose Lnrge and Colmrnodious Prc.'mises of MaIn. V. W. RowE,'s, NEXT To M.t SCI3OLEY'S I3UTCI?RING EiSTAUI?ISHtIE NT, which he has OI'ENED W'I'IL A LEAGI A~D Cn A;UItEULrY SELECTEDI) STOCKI OF' LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S ENCLISH, FRENCH, CERIAN & IOLONIAL BOOTS AND SHOES, In the Latest and MIost Fashionable Styles of the very best that can be procured, when he holpes hy st~rict attention to busi...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

TO OORRESPONDENTS. AN AnvrL CREEKER.--We Would willingly insert your letter, but you have not complied with our rule by sending your name. Do so, and it will appear in next issue. TfL, MINX RoAD.-We have received twoletters on this subject; which we are compelled to hold over to next issue. D. O. S., WALLSEND.-The Protestant Demonstra tion.-Must decline your verses. Net up tothe standard. ee ut e A COR?sPONDENT.--Verses on pigs at Lambton. Not suitable for insertion. LAUva O. S.--Maust decline your lines, but advise you to try again. Sh ne. A .usr' AND "v ORTHUMT"BERLAND RECORDER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Coal Statistics, [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

Coal Statisilcs, FIorM tile export of coal publisheo weekly, as furnished by, tile shipping-u managers of the vnarius collieries, we. are enabled to summarise the folldwing retulrn : Export half-year ending 30rh June,. 1871- ... .. . 388,247 tons. ,, ,, ,, ,, 1872 441,134 ,, 5 months, , ,, 1873 386,455 half-year ,, ,, 1874 509.747 In these figures. 1872 shews an increase over 1871 of 72,887 tons. - The strike of January 1873 2 does not admit of the exact result of what 1873 would have Ibeen over 1872; but taking off the export for Jmnuary 1874 of 68,121 tons, wou'd show an increase for the,past five months of 1874 over the simi'ar period <f 1873 of 55,171 tons. Toking the latter half of each year in the same mnnnnr shews : Export half-year ending 30th Dec., 1871 ...... ...... ...... .92,787 tons. ,, ,, ,, ,, 1872 432,106 ,, ,, ' ,, ,, 1873 571,878 Being an increase of 1872 over 1871 of 39,319 tons, and of 1873 over 1872 of 139,772 tons. We are also enabled to show the dis...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLSEND AND CO-OPERATIVE YEARLY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

By a ii nrdvcitsuiiitni t1c¶V12taLr~ it w·ill hat h.rUJI Ilialt aI nccti g .uf thau ~rallurcut1 nndr Palnt~hburg Yealy' Fundr, ir, to he clldl this (Sat1Urday3) eVeIlagIF For· thu T"U PaI a) of hering~ theC haIIlf-Yearly r·crunlt utaid alert. lugb ollieLltS.

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 — 18 July 1874

ibbcrtiscrtctt. Nervousness, Debility, Loss of Power, Spermatorrhwa, Indiscrejion oJ Early Youth, SyJphilihic Diseases. IT all the above cases ' arising from errors in yielding to the prssion," no time should be lost to at once arrest the progress of the disease. .DR. L. L. SMITH has devoted himself for twenty years in the colony at the prnctice of this branch of his profession, while previously, in Esngland, he was the pupil of and prnctiscdl withll the celebrated Dr.: R. T. Culverwell, the olvl medical practitioner who ever exclusively adopted this as the sole branch of his profession. D)r. 1 . . SMITH lhereby informs the public that he is the only " Legally Qualified MIedical Masn in this specialty of.his professiou ;" that others.ndver tising are unqualified, and that, therefore, in pre tenling to be qualified, are obtainingmonsey under false pretences. D)r. L. L. ScIITH has been applied to by so many unfortunate broken-down young-old-meln. utterly crushetd in spirit, ruined ill...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

LOCA9L I~TELLILEEU4GE. WALLS I~ N 1) AN I) PLAT'I2SJ3UIIG. .fotll tLji ~VdMlncll and,~ (Jo (cpL~olltvo );. pislV hav bCuI -wo.iking full thee thIIS week,~ nItherCI we beCliee, )ruaving Inst a shifit.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

H,,AM3 I TOFIYN. Evilclirnlr o is very quiet since the g'eat r:ace; our-sportilnzg frirlds are anlxinusly look ing forward to the, next evcnt hetween the two W-Vtsons, rhbich is to comle nfl in three wceeks in Mlaitland. The gen cul opinlion seems to bhe thit our \Vatsnnn will have a tough bit of it, but time will slhow. I hiave no loubt but hle will kee1p to hiis motto of "no surrender." 'The pit is working every day. July 17th 187-l:.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

iVARATDAEI. Thrce is inucih dlis:stiaislcti'ini ini;ist some of tlhe imecn abut the unequal distribultion of the skipls this f;rtnight, there lin ug as mulch as 0 skilps dillireont , titweei soime four men. There is no donbt it will soon bue made right, lint thic, it is a dil'xdvantage to tlhose parties who aIre behind, as they will have to wvork hard to miake the deficiency after spending their time doing little for the Inst fortnight. The tonnels have only work.bd two and a Ihalf days up to Ilnst night. July 17th, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

ANVIL CREEJI ANDi (IRETA. PutsuAx'r to advertisement, another land sale was held at Greta on Tuesday, 14th inst. As I have before staled, 111 allotments were offered for sale, but of that number only about 30 lots changed lhands publicly, It was, however, understood that som.eryprivate bargains were likely to be made. The small quantity sold, I thinki slhows that we do not have building lots on the braini quite so fever ishly as at the precedling sales held here. Mr. Brunker,. the well known spurgeon of auctioneers, officiated. In vain hie expatiated on the value of thle lands for sale, its central locality and rapidly increasing value. The salubrity of the climate, the richliess of the soil, and untold mineral wenath of the neigh bourhood, were all eloquently dwelt ulon. In his opinion the Messrs. Price, Parnell, and others Wrho ivere.'thcre that day to sell land Swere littleless than Ilnatics, but they would do it in spite of the advice of their best friends; in fact it was almost...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

nltWoOD. Ir is rumoured tihat Red H-Iead coal works will be started shortly. Mien anre employed removing part sif the hill side olt near tihe Tunnel, ini order thaint thie line way be shifted beyond the wash of the sean, which has at dif ferent times played end havoc with the em bankment. The Tunnel at present is. flooded out, caused by some ol the late heavy rains, which burst through a stopping, and drove the men out belore they had time to get the full waggons from thie bords. The Victoria Tunnel is being worked by some few men, in thie em ploy of Mr. Unlliver, Darby-street. The coal is used foir household.. purlposes in thlp city, and by the brickkilns in thie neighbourhoodl. The reading-room in connectilon with tlhe Improvement Society is scarcely ecvn visited, save by one or two of thie members. The society intends mnaking a final attempt to resuscitate it; if it fails, all endeavour's to es ta'lish a reading-roomn in Bur'ood will be futile, for it will clearly show that the y...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Intelligence Lambton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

1M~unicipa~l Indtelligencee jlambton Council.. This Council held their usual fortnightly meeting on Tuesday night last, July 14th, 1874. Present :--Thle Mayor, Alderdien Goodhew, Screen, Maddock, Dainty, and Jones. Minutes of last meeting ,were read and confirlmed. CORRnnIlESPODENCE. Letter" sent by the Council:--lst. To Mr. W. A. Steele, enclosing A. Faiquharson's letter, complaining of qnuarry at. Jesmond &c.; 2nd. To the Minister for WVorks, con cerning the bridge over Dark Creek; 3rd. to Mr. T. Croudace, concerning outlet for drainage Howe-street; 4th; to the?~Minister for Lands, concerning RIecreation Grounid. fLEPOITBo . Alderman Maddock, as? halrman of the Finance Cummitt;e, prevented a report-Page 1358, dated July 18th, stating tha' acconnts amounting to £10 l9s. i. ' had been examined and found correct, andd nmoeidd that the accotitits be paid. Seconded by Alderman Goodhew, and: carried. : QUESTIONS. - Aldhrman Madulock asked the Mayor when he intended to put labour...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

Lambton Hliners. Tai Colliery Cornmnittee held their usual forotnightly uccrting on Thursday night Inst. A compl;lnint was laid by aininer thalit his slkips had been stopped folr lying idle a shift. It was i-esolved that the f'ollowing letter be sent to the Manager: - Lalton, July 16th, 1874. T. Croudace. Esrq., Manager Latmbton Colliery. SsR,--'l'e attention of the corumittes has been called to the fact of your stopping the tubs of men fo" hiving laini idle one day. I am instracted by the committee to respectfully state to you that they consider that such action is directly in contravention to any agreement between the men and you, and further consider that such men ought not to obe laid idle wuithout their casts being fully invcstigated, and would request that such men's tubs he madc up. Au early auswer will oblige. Yours, respectfully, J. MCC\VILL.?AMS, Secy. The sum of £4 16s. Sd. waa paid away to members of the Accident Fund.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest Telegrams. CABLE MESSAGES. London, via Singapore, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

Latest Telegrams. (Fromt the Sydney Papera ) . OABLE MESSAGES. ondon, via Singapore, July 15.l. Thle assailant of Prince lisminark is a: journeyman cooper from Madgeburg, the chief towvn of Prussian Saxony, and a member of a Catholic society. Ie confessed his in-u tention to assassinate the Prince. A ipriest, supposed to bIe implicated, has been nrrestcrled. T'here wais much exc iterncqut in Berlin when thie news ofthie attempted :assassination was ]known by the ],eople, and the're were glenlt manifeStations of symnpathmy.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

NEW LAMBTON. A sEnrjovs accident hlappened- at this eol. Ilery on Wednesday evening last to a miner named James Wennen. It appears that at about half-past four o'clock he was working in the face, and was just in the act of picking up some lose band to throw into the gob, when the little tops came awlay upon him. He was speedily rescued from the coal by the men working near,' and put into a skip and brought out of tile pit.--It is now my duty to report something which speaks little for the men at New L~ombton, as it shows either gross inhumanity or inexcusable neglect. I cannot do better thlan give it iv the man's own words. He says :-" I happened with my accident at about half-past 4 p.m., when tlhey brought me to bank. They kept me there for fully a half hour, with no covering over me what. ever. They then, instead of getting a shutter to carry me on, got a dray, into which I was put, and the torture I suffered roessing the bad road between the pit and my 149use F .jill never forge...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MELBOURNE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

A~ssezub] ]~dsragireodCta 9lfp~etler!tL nc drccss ,to .theGa'v ru alrion thro'r nhjeot I~f :paJ niantl at ineiubeis -Iha~l Governmelnt inltenu~i f%' iinudc t jl,,,:~I~nh~: a· '~9u 2u(.tu!!4rjI ,J3ill this Depafrtnient' u' , ilhu(~nit{"jf' i 4a 'ii taqr an advanee~ of' wi'geos A Itel'ournn hu~fs. b1Oon ece~i ad iunnanlpci ng tltl'sfie~rsafuty d tli Rhloiodc k h dt~il.- 1. [u: IVln·,: thle lute menu-' h~i~ fui Aiutat'.t, hans ·)been alked. to .Caate.St ix~enr lle; ,. ~~ ~. '' "tiIe .t fa at AlnkI'rzrs.-A 14 ov. nu''er~t at tB~dIle i· 1nn UI 3 trii lln yefit pt '/d s~ouls.'' ~In thQl3nuvln;U~otlf~ ndtransacion 1 io'ol sh~lrce h'f i znl pXjaituthi snldj~at· the advanncd prceot1 onllid.aodl1j wau decr·lnd urWiN .orpp~r, ctlu~lq,,\ue1iid~'m.q ii.chAan. been1 .rqeol~ a sceandl tnino in the Hauolse oatommons, thle unatuon fou. ti scl mrir ln; nnnl

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

Lnates t Diasetrict- w. (FROM OURi VAIIOVS COHItESPONDENTS.) jLAMBTON. A vinu sudden death occurred here on Tlhursday morning lnst. Tlie nieceased is a man" nalmed 'Williamn Fowler, wlio hasI beenI staying silnce Tuesday last at Mr. H. .Jhnsbon's boardiing house. Fowler has been ailing for somls time past, and lihas been six or seven weeks in the Newcastle Hospital, it appears lo did notlike stopping in this Iislitntiion anil ctnme out on 'iacsday last. An old mace of his, Alexander' Standing, was staying at .olibnsotl', so lie caine Clilere also, andl took up Lis residence, lie w, very weak, but went to, beIl oi Wednesday night. in his usual health, atbolit half past two o'clock on Thursday morning his' mate thonught hlie heard him moving about the kitchen, but did not get uiiit of bedl; lie awoke again about half past three, and took a candle, went and looked: onil the sofa where he usually slept, and found that he was not there; lie thien went out to the back yard to look for him...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANOTHER GREAT FIRE AT CHICAGO. London, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

ANOTIHIER GREAT F.IRE AT CHICAGO. .London, .Tuly 15. A tremelidolns conflnagrantion has occurred at Chicago (United St:ites). Owving to the strong wind which prrvariledu , the 1lanes were for a time uncontrollable. and it was not until twenty-five bIlocks of imillings bhad been consnumed that thie fie was extinguishled. s·Tt is esti?lated that the loss will amonunt to 4,000,000 dollars.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ECCLESIASTICAL. London, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

ECCOLESIA STICAtL. London, Jnly ] . In the H-Iouse of Colniuons the debate on the second readiljg of (ho ]ill to r;estrain Ritunlism has been cbhcindled.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE REFORMED BUSHRANGER. (A TRUE TALE.) (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

THE REFORMED BUSHRANiRii (A TtRUEl .ALE.) (Comnmnunicated.) AT a time when the qustion of liberating reformed .bushrangers is to ;such. a degree agitatifig't tlie'ilblic :niiid, it"?mrsy not be in interesting to give i:brief sketch of tlik life of a :inin who professed to be;a areformedl desretado. Thle facts I am about to relate are the, result of :my own observation. The znarrative idf his life 1 hadfromi his own lips, andl i altiiost word 'for word, and was niot taken by at poliecman in a sell. or by a~ilergy mnan, under the: enthusiasm of religion, but ,were given voluntary. and unnsked -for at a ,tiune when ;the individnal concerned ouldl have no motive for telling an untruth." It mutsft be doi'ne ini tmiid that this nman'ls refdr'ren:tiot was entirely voluntary. He had nevObr biuti ?tradi;cled to, nor prayed for; lihe had simtply become tired of a wild lawless life hof iobberry and murder, ancd l;al resolved to alenr;. and w;th such an objiyct in view, lie hidi lefi his crinii...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 July 1874

lbcrtiStnlnlnts. NOT ICE. OAN?ASSEIl T'AN'J'IED. "?-TANTEIl, a C.NVASSEIR ¢fr ADVERTISE V ,l'ENS'1'8 anl ;TOi1 ]'I[IN'I'ING for this .Journrnlin Newcastlc. A libral ,crcent:lgo given. .3tier.€' A.dvrcac te Ofilce, WVallornd, loth .luly, 1874. AN'TEt), a (GENElRAL SERVANIT. Ap: WVply to ,JOHN 3hTNITOSH. Storekeeper, 480 . lnmlton.. \MTANThED, a UCOOK ANl)LAUINXI)1ESS; also a lournemnid. Apply to .MIR. 1YJLLl.,, I':nravellcrds' .llcst HIotel, 493 1'Villsed. I)ark Creek. SF"SENDERS required for the (ET'T']SN(; and L ]U'"'IS~G Ull' of a TIV.O-AILALI'D) FENCE, with IAILIN(iS, aLloll -t 4 (Uhois, ,It the VIOLEVTAN ChAPEl.. Apply to .4xt I). LI,1.S. TI1ENI)E1{S for· thle E~iUir~ TlO of at NINN- (0)j L ]tU0.~l)l ROUME~ (r1W~aiherh~oard), w~ill hoe ruceivcd unltil b oNliaV'. ~Aoth Julyl. TIhu inwert, or anyr tciuhitr wiot neccacrily iie ceptod. Plalmne nod iilacilinr~tiotiS cnih he Hcci alt then risileiiiiia of theu Ulldcre~iguel. 47~0 Op~POeltn \VenRLey3ui~ ChurI1Ch, \Vailricil.l oED P, rc ...

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