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FRANK GARDINER IN NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

FCRASk GAI.DIYNIt IN NI:tVC.-TLn. Yesterday (Tuesdn~dy).lorntig loity of the inhabi .ants of Newcastle were somEncwlhant excitded by the 'tinour that no less :a personage thtan the redoubt able Frank Uardincr w.s tmlnongst thie passengel'rs that arrived from Sydlnney by the Lady Young (s.) Oin tie alrrival of the stcarnor Mr'. Sub-inspector T"horprr wa. in waiting. and, accomnpanied. by a detcjtiver O r(:Er, hbe was eceorted to the station, but itn such an unconcerned tInlner1 that m1ani3: person who were expecting hlimt, aId nllxioLus to gaze iuonin the celebrity were completely rhrtow ll f tllho scenlt. -We ulndetsrtlal-d Clardirler is to be sntt to ;anll Franistico by thire larque Charlotto Andrew., which loares - ,Newcantlo in a tiday or so.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXHIBITION OF WAXWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

IXJII1ITiIO" OP WXWORK... By adlvcrtismctnLt in oiothcr column it will be sean that the exhibition of waxworks opens at H-arris' Assembly Itoomsw , Wallsond, tbis (\Vednesday) ovcn ing at (; o'clook, and will continue open up to MIon day next. Many of the miost illustrious characters ,of tho present cenltury are exhibited, and the cxhi hition is well worth seeig.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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AUSTRALASIA COAL COMPANY, [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

AU41'IIAI.AAIOA COAlr COMI'ANIY, By an dv urtismont 1lsowhere it will be scen that tenary are IjnvitCd to sink a shaft for the above comepany at 1indling Creek, near ''ickhole. It aplpears the shaft is to ba sunk to a depth of 210 feeot, andl tlhe diametor is to be 10 feet.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MUNICIPAL BOROUGH OF WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

NlUNJCIPAL BOiOUGHII OF WALLSUfND. Th'lclollowing namend gentllemen wcere duly clccted aiddormnen alni nuditors at. thu first election for the municipall borough of WVnllsetdr, and w"ere duly gIarLetted on I'rihiy la st, viz. :-M[esars. John Youn~g Neils.m. James Fletcher, hilliarn Harris, Willian? Laing, lThomns Curry, James Rlichardson, tamer s irricll, James 13. -Hobg, Robert \\Walker as aldermen ; Moer.'.-. AleOx nder boSs ndeo a Thomas Curry, as autitore. At the first moeting of aldermen, James Fletcher, Esq., was duly electcd M?ayor.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

ACCJD aN'T. Ot Saturdaly lasta ah ?ad ouiud lParry huiA the point of his tihumb takel off throlughL gettilng jammed betwcen two skilps in thue VallsUnd )it. Dr. Schrader drcsed the linlger, allnd he is now doing well. ?Mrs. Shl'w, of Platt~asbug, had one of lher children's. fiiigere iermuly cut off accidcntally olne day last week. Drs. Shradclor andl Clark attcelded with the view of amlutating the fingers injuired, Ulnt happ)ily found there was no necessity, alln the little fellow is now doing; well lulder thcir care.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

W "*A.EA A'IlS, ANOT'iIIEI of these very pleasing suppers i and social gatherings, which- nire ctstoiarin after overy footrncoo of: importanico wiasthold anthMr, C. Tu'rn r's Glanniiirg~ilil'htb1, o'r"'Siiturday evening last. The present meeting was occa siouncd by the late great race between Watson and Cronk; I have beforeo explained the manner in which these suppers are got up. Itis this way : few of the idmiirers of footracing meetol and agree to take sideos thie tnakes to boe ' panjrof fowls, a gPpso, pr a. rsiuking pigi these are brought oq ?M, 'M'uinor's by the looser, -aftei tho race, and at a time appointed thesilpper is held,, Mr. Turner doirig all the cooking and iproviding nll th~evegotables froee of clharge. ' This *is,: found .to be a far cheaper and more satisfactory way of " bnqc]ing: lijor opinions'"th n:by miqin g ' ownpy bpts; AbRqut' p.m. p. $atp lrdayebotfion 'nii acl,40 nat down to as good a spread na hlas ayer bdee in the distript, the guests present woreMpssri...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

NEW laAMBi1TO. TUl meInmbers of ilhe Primitive Metlhodist Church have established a Band of iop.o in connection with their church, and intend celebrating the oponing on Saturday first by. a tea party and public meeting, whein nddresscs will bo d.elivered by sovcral ladies and gciltlo men and suitablu melodies will be sung during thel evening. It is to bh hoped that tho people will rally up and support them in thecir praiseworthy undcrtaking. Tl\me uIin gbject of thp sotiety is t]h1 imustrnption and idlification of the young, and should be patronised at least by the panmrcts. A very pecu!iar accident hlnppened to a child of Mr. Smith on Tuesday morninig last. It appears that while sitting at thll brenkfuit. tablo the child was playing i'thl a iitcm1 .in jts nmotl,.h, and bly soipp ifie'ns it fell from t~lo chair ahd the stick went down its timoni1, inflicting serioiisiiiiqly. Dr. Hill was oo in attendanc v-l- dl'offnerer is doing as Iwell coam be cxpectcd. The pit is working regularl...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

' ilSCELLANEA. Trls CLEIZ?o'.,, AN') TH II -ons DEALER. --A clergyman who is in the labit of preaching in the country, put up at an hotel, where he ob~erved a horse dealer trying to take in a s-imple gentleman by imposing upon him a brhoken-winded horse for a sound one. The parson knew the character of the denier, and taking the gentleman aside, told him to be cautions of the gentleman hle was dealing with. The gentleman declined the purchase, and the dealer, quite netted, observed; " Parson, I had much rather hear you preach than see you interfere with bargains between mIan and tuan in this way." 'VWelle," replied the parson, " if you ]hal! boonb'here you onught to have been Inast Sunday you wonuld have heard moe preai." " 1\\There was that ?" inquired the dealer. " In the State prison," returned the clergyman. THE WxIuM gen .~T KLINasLAsD. Tlhe inquest r ·" death\ of Louisa Godwin, nged 127 yearse who was wilfully imurdelred by lhdr husband on the evening of Wednesday weel, was he...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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OMISSIONS.—CROWDED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

O(IMJ SBFUSL.-CJLOw\DI) OUT: 1 reio reluctaintly compillced to hold over till next ij.sua lCtters from '. J)'ohn?loi11, TVnalrnt:h, '?L a?sacngjr" Vallsetid, r'an" Avil Crckur," Mr. W. II. lIichardson, Lanmbton ; a t ctur from our GrotaL corrcsondcllt; anld ta number of district andl local itdms.

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THE WOMAN WE ALL DETEST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

THE WOMAN \VWE ALL DETE3ST. THI woman we all detest is, in the first place, a mneddler. She lins thu hnappy klmnek ol prying into everybody's business, and her little brnins are like an inventory where the ni1Tairs of her nlcighlbouris are set down in ordier and learnedtl of' by hennrt. Anil not only their affairs in a business sense, but their affections and desires, their likes and dislikes, their hopes and capabilities, nare industriously conned, at the first occasion to be displayed ruthlessly l.o the public gmame, although her action may Inacerate the tenderest rensibilities and wound whole circles of friends. Being' a meddler, she is always planning schemes of her own which will interfere with Ithe pet re solves of other people, after they have told them to her in conlidence. Ingratiating her self in your favour, she will not leave until she has discovered your most precious secrets, your weak points, thei knowledge of which she will use hereafter to your dismay and injury. HI...

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 — 22 July 1874

.LOCAL INTELLIC ENCE. WVALLSEND IAND PLATTSBUIlG. Th' Wallsiend pit I.has hworked overy shift on AMonday Lndl T'J'uertsday, antl the Co-operative worked both ,on Alonday, but wcre idleo on the back shift yestedlnay

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 July 1874

Obbcrtiscmcutt . J?OSEPHSON'S AUSTRALIAN *OINTM1IENT. Standard Ointnlent of N. S. Wales. The Australian Ointment has now been before the public for seven years, has stood the public tests and has proved itself the best and purest and most universally useful Ointment ever yet known. It is composed of plants natural to this colony, and can only be made here, as the materials grow nowhere else, therefore the Australian Ointment Must be the Standard of New South Wales, and stands unrivalled. .The wonderful cures it has fflbected; which is proved 'iy the following testi monials from parties of undeoubted respectability, and who can at once he communicated with, and the large and daily increasing demand, prove it to be still pre-eminent over anything of the kind yet known. The Australian Ointment is of a " PURE GREEN COLOUR," the natural extract or the plants from which it is made, and totally free from any and all deleterious and poisonous pro. perties. £500,000 will be given to any one ...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

C(~(' eA( If lclldo). ~ftIrl .1frlc·l4$' Alt# ,.jtl. ) lunstWld 11'llcsdluv. You s.punk w~ith thea hlope thant cloldftlo cottiory ilnltctels might thaw~ theC lEnglish 1$1451045~ 011 Csmluout by· Stli)Stillitllg 01· Iri\.iug 41 btltovu It yen hodl yeasehed Frprl I',oof (~pnil~tivc I bencrc) befre ouz5~erul, youPC L1UI won1 i~ (i~d tl~at a cryl Ilrg~e ller~centngu of th~ose at. )~ho sue tbseutib a mitosn~ly a~ lernip slolut,~ c h* i~O n opwa~ ~rdr, fromn th~lo first. obnhllnsntlt~III~ o· illlallgllllanl·1 at"' theC 6ootloly·, bol tha~t iss0106 '051 olgO· 1qo ii. fuict, tdlm A~cld~it ~~~1~und 'w·n. estat~tl heiiu art It greatn many1~\ p'lpc43 lil·ovIIIW4 it. tho lu)t titgitnlto 1411 '0 gclClml ultieth :r\ greet OiitOls' 1044it014. 1LCllltly flC(IIICSCCd.~ and 4t'e u~nrged t.tia otalbltslituionrt of jt. 11$ aL 144en1S3 to i'ldloveo rll'C · Ilu ro i 0111o ,law. whlolic t)kti Thguil bnws ]ioms'ls 1441(1 ttloy woreo 441005144111i4 t;,, In suppp~lt.. Ilog 1110 needyJ inl caned'tot.44tiett14...

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 — 25 July 1874

(T_'o. the 4'diy" tof t'w n ' 1 Ad1ru.t,1.) SIi:,---( cian iot ulutllV givenO tot fault Iitl(itllb: my tlislpoitioi it of qui tl-th drudging along, ut, i conlfes. . :n oft nin a raltlher grumbllg state oe mind wihtn my uetes citopel mt to past, at the ri.s of '.a holreso' and Iimy owot dler sellf's safty, cel ilrta plaees in tilt1 m 0u1icipttl listrlict. ote m titslat, '.i tion the hole on thle northlrn sidel of IfH?,i.ss ?:rtidle. whele, ii short titne since, the stlrc.L o a cu. t teitr.tled to the dttangrs whil\ h :l\i to, h eL-uomltoerodl aout" ]fligh-street,, A olltoher plaeu, Ltheirossting o c1 reuk it: ', Mi. 4,elantL' ?jlritll?k oalt the road to. d lithu'i is also Ieco.ing. 1Ct; ap I y daIy, more ittt.ljasbte: iNo, vl icles cros s I entIlt"S i well qluttlOta?li , II; Ltit ct 1tot13t 1hu lnt t h1a.r isko hEr |tVlaq\qlqld ii SII1I'S. ' haveno V o I bO(ltll but tlhat otI \orIthy .tltvt?Or 1 II;1 iltltitIerIt htw t?iV the bus, lototqitqt matd ntrI t iLt+1t1t1t1ng for ht,,ihg :i:t...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

I)i.Dst Si :,--\Vonih you kiodly fasv. p ls with a smaln:ll speceis our conlllls, us I wish t ITreply to Sstatettmout liltSe inl your iste tiof 0 tttutr y lust by your Watah orespod t whih C P5.ULcLs onI thC: iuliinflur il whlich oulr tcrithy Iilei-groiiiil Zluzunger hias catricl out thl turlokeepliig fopr the Ilst filrtnighli . LYour coirepeleint-s4t~ite8 thalt nmuchl diss:tisfautiol is ILeing i,.prossetl by SImL of theO \'iratlah illilers I outllittu ie Inr qilIl Ij(lisl'itioi of tllhe kipsl durhi tha:t plelriod, tilhel'O eilng Is inush its GO skil lu ( ill'uCe e etweer. Sonic four Inei,--us Ill-iinr i.s to sHy, tlllt sollle four ii llel :l' IO srkilps Lehi t.d their tulnl, which really dooes not lo.k we!l iat hir't sight. Jut thereI is llCIch to h5 Sxplailed iefore the true fiats uitll he llrrive! tit. :which I will trly to explain in the follhwiisg wauliler :--'l'here Iarle it rliesellt? tell heLtLdillgs goiig ii thie new tuillnCis at W\ ratath. TIwo muhriles are taklCen ouIt of...

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 — 25 July 1874

( Ti the Jditor o/f th: .jlinv,,r' Adivcorue) StI:,-riniceer anid honest miotive.s compeil.me to refute the repdort inde Ly your conrespo dentcio tel " \Vennen Accident" tlhatl, o:luil'rrel onl tile 18th proximo. In his. peulndogrphy" lie lsays tlhat tllhe uIn fortunate manl toldl him that ilie ;lad to wait fully half-ian-hour before anythinig was brought to convey himn home. n Now I give nu impiilicit dliiL tl to tlt statetlelltt, as wals tIhlerl beIfore hlie colle up tie piit, hnrld after hle left for home, ili; ten minuteiLs tl five. Vi'ord was brought to ballt by J.lohn Iui)nvlics tlhat ,i Iltll wai ii hiiit lip ill tie r1lTrow herd secu 'titiol. ol. workiigs. I inquiredl if lie was seriously injured, so as to Iarve everythliig thiLt 'was requisite renldy, hut I could getr nio furth rt nfl'ormllation tllhan I have si ntaed. Al. twAo millles to live \VenILelt wais Ibroughti to link, illd wer all tanw st~o tlce lhlt lie w?ts seriously hurt; rand in tile absnc:e, of l.r. 'iiThomias...

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 — 25 July 1874

Sin; i' Tu our ilstoa of Srif:iuidhy lilbbO nippu'rs ~ 1at tacr froma Mr.1 Ccorjpo Thiamup.9f Clet!, (lanyz*1gi t~laat~hljibh afar T~hn1 cngR.4 ~ia ra shoot Edithor~ Iii 2fl' huri~r,1gl or~ 1t\ lb5~ huori;g~ Frf .auryoloa ~so, :wbi1*~t 5' ·caplt rno~lot~, thol nrnr~os ae nimy w~iod Ihnva bhtzc d him, munongttotbordls~~w Ha lrirhson,: ~'ofrL'oloo t~o him h]iv~i~ shlot ·th!irty mnutolo~s, -ni~d ·novor hiitIng bio'o thd cb)d r a ecry badly to him, sand I am happy to think tiSaL I ussm not one of them. WVith cfoersrcse to thie boundaries of tlhe cricket ground, I chall be quite contcnt to allow him ans lare a Ioundary as muyslf, whenever hie can screw his couragle us) to the ?Ho?us lng psint. To show ilat I Can :row o4 otLher duti hills thans my own, I am willing to shoot hIin for £50 :side, iand the snatch can Ie nace atm otnce. \Vitll reference to other remarks made by" .1'r. Tlshomas, as to chlaracter, ;c., 1 leave therm to the ,lsorting mers of the district to dlecide. If Ih. Tisiho...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Our Municipal Borough. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

Our Municipal Borough. PCEUUAPs in thle whole programme of muni cjpal labors there is not any of more importance than thorough and' suitable Panitary mneasure.s; and one of those is etficient drainage,-this being absolutely necessary in order to conserve the health of the community. That the Wallsend muni cipality is naturally well situated for the drainage of the streets is evident to all, the swamp is the common receptacle for all. 1Tlt as the swamp lies in the centre of the .aunicipality, by pouring into it the accumu ated filth of the whole borough, it will be made a monstrous cesspool, whose con stantly ascending alluvia and perpetual spreading miasma will be the prolific source of disease and death. There can be but one: opinion as to the effect of the swamp on the health of the population in Wallsend, and especially on that portion living on the low-lying localities. Is it not thh fruitful source of those epidemical fevers 4hat have again and again raged so violently in this ...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

f( i " If ,ldltorof f"he.iI fir.,' Aidrocafe. ) S" t?SL,-Beig i(:liiroUs of giving ventilation to l silbjeut lthalt has oIUUlliied my mninll, antud ill thiunking aboutl thle ,iet way of dotin so, it occurred to mec that I could not find a hcttlr mediuim ,f omnluisni -atiou tlian which your ivaluable journal alffords. 1Vith your permissin, tlfen, I will occ1 py a small piortioll of your space for the piurpcose f asking the lpeople of Anvil Creek aud Greta this question : uthall we ]i\ae aI Sclhoorl of Ar·:s ? \Vh:n l ally love menlt for thu benllelit of tile publie is set afont, the quesltiln ryli-- lnatiuralls arliscea--' ] there ntly neces sity for the thing prouosedtl ; will thoadvantages to Ire lderivedl fromll it ,e sliilicielit to ri-.ltiy ts fur tllhu xpexlldiiure whiell has ti bhe insele'" I r. 1" sho.uld -n',iOIe ill tlls afirclllolentioeUl ullidity :sk such ita lues'tiin, I will otolcad.oiur t, ;inslwer thbrt ill tln, iliilrntiiiyC ; anll thile lirst iouasan I wtill assign ...

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MR. WALLACE'S OPINION AS TO Liability of Masters in Respect to Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

MR. WALLACE'S OPINION AS TO Liability of Miasters in Respect to Acoidents. WE have to thank Mr. John Wood, Secre tary of the Miners' Association, for the following document on the above : " Waratab, 22nd July, 1874. "The Chairman Coal Miners Mutual Pro tective Association. " Dear Sir,-L have carefully considered the case of Rees Lewis, and now beg to hand you my opinion thereon. " The first question which arises in the case is: "Are the proprietors of the Borehole colliery liable to an action for damages under the circumstances in which Lewis met his death ?" After a mature consideration and consultation of the available authorities, 1 have arrived at the opinion that they are not so liable. The rule of law governing cases of this kind is-" That a master is liable for any iajary or damage .doine through the negligence and unskilfulness of a servant acting in his master's employ." At first sight it might appear that in accordance with this rule of law the Company would be re sponsibl...

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