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Laying of the Foundation Stone of Public School at North Waratah. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
Laying of the FoundaLtion Stone of P'ubllic Sclhool at Nortlh Warantalh. THE foundation stone of new Public School at North Wnaratah was laid yesterday by Janmes Hannell, Esq., M.L.A., in the presence of about 600 people. The school is to be built of brick, with a stone foundationr,. The dimensions are as follows :-Large school room, 80 ft. by 17 ft.; class room, 12 ft. by. 10 ft. 6 in. The teaches's residence is to cousist of one bedroom 12 ft. by 10 it., and sitting-room of the same dimensions, with a kitchen 12 ft. by 10 ft. The whole is estimated to cost £722. The architect is Mr. J. Ash, of Newcastle, and it is to be built on the crown of hill, which has the adyantage of a healthy position, and asplendid view for a considerable distance all round. A free luncheon was proviled by the committee, which was freely partaken of by the visitors. The Lambton brass hand at tendoe giatituously, and enlivened the pro ceedings by their sweet strains. At. about half-past three Mr. sannell p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
A Ut IILIAN.VOIN TMlL SI'L :tldlc IIIV It~tiiillouy :ntoHL thle tveuthi l r this; izivalwsrlltt cit~lllt I, u .1 t.lik Uevey title: shietilti f~LC1 bIOUtid to do, tto, 101 IL Jullilll I~ltitlit. terne littlel timle ego I ItIti clJ Itoy 11111 sOeeYes, Lttteutlttllt V1 en C(Ltlntien tbttlc eieL ill tioleI It stlte thilt; LVwi llnetti~rt WColtll not~r dtore to give tit Il~iytlilty lot tllcl, wheil I. wn~ wrlvist;:l to Iv~y tiler Aestlarl llln Oiiirnient, Wllel~l, 1)3 lllll$ t~ti llpjt hlcnltittls (Iliilt Ion irr melsting) mitttide Itpeedyl~ ltldl I eun-~idef, r, It tiriseoulnuit eure.-Yneo r tilclittditi 5C1)VllIlt, rJtIIN XICIOots, ]Ii, AnltlIctl-stlce \Voeliottleeoluo.
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
Latest Distriot Te rs. (FTlROM ou, VA2IOU coR?~sPO9oNDFNTS.) LAMBTON. TIHE corporation have at last commenced to rmake some imnl,rovemellt tou hat porilln of road betcweenll l)nllnn's cornler and the Lambton line. tihe Inhourr're hlive con mmemiced to take ont the stumps and :'rs the road, and I believe they intend to iput Somn simamll stones on it mand clt 21 d2tlt2in to 1111 tile water oflf. This is a piece cA work that was very much needed, and will be n great )boon to dinyme'n and the ilnlbitants living on tlhat side. A very intterstitig m ecting was Ileld in the Elder-street WVclsh Baptist Church on Wed nesday evening last. It was the second meet ing of thel " penny reading society," which has been formed in connection with the above church. The Rlev. John Jones was called to the chair. Several readings and songs were given by the members, but as they were principally in WVelsh, I cantnot presume to pass nu opinion on their performances. The only pieces in English were recitlat...
THE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
TIE: ATJSTItAlIAN JOINT .S'OCK reANK. \V1 are pl]ased to notice tlh this ltnik has lensed ihe ~utlibtlltinl stone building, situated ii Eldclr rl]'ct, JI?riIlhloll, Illid forolirly o(;culii fil s lI holl by iMr. W. II. lic!hallrdsoln, for the 1 trsllnlctioni of: )illniices in lhliat itown nd as we ulncdret ndl several iiii)ortant imprlloveimiieiLs will be cIfectcd at once, we mult;. coigratulate tlilu lalnlagcniclt it hlaving cecurtd unllch Iadininrbiue and cenlrll trlly jstuatl in'icriiocs.-lJJotli Ilbrnluclliu doing a good hbujinilss tO f'itr, iiiiil wV would IiUrecOinilIId tIIuos wlito Iivnn ilevir oplll'ucl banllking accoullts to cilll at oi e of thle lrnwlacli:h?i for inforiualtion, as it will Ihe greatly to tleir xtdvaitntag.-A slight niisthike occurud in our liJus istue, iln iiving thlle ni me O' Lithe local mnnaiigers. 'I'le \\t'illsend brhiollil isj ulnder tlre chargell of A:r. .1. A. P'. Sclkill;, all.IMr'. C. Ji. Crdt is inl cllare of the
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
NETV LAMWBTIIO Two ofour burley pnhlicans havce been on thiir high hourse during the luast we'ek. It would seem that the publican'4 trade is so silack thal t they have to swallow the drink tlhemselves, to hinder it from spoiling. This might be all very well, and not one would have muchl olbjtctio, to thena making ruim casks of tlhemselves, as a publican or tao is inot of much matte.cr now a days; ibut wlheU they come into forcible contact with otherc icople it is time to have them tapped. A severe accident occlurreul to a Inilierl nammied Thomas ])iulnham at this collicry oni Tuesday evening last, when his leg wits very much bruised by a full of coal. lie was mi mediately conveyed home, and D)r. Uigs1.dll did all hcie could to relieve tilem snlflering cf the lnfortnlimate malln. It wis folllud necessary to sew the wotund in his lug. The pit is working very well this week. July 24th, 1874.
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. Wild Wave, brig, 194, WVilson City of Glasgow, ship, 1168, Black: loading WVall, end - Hengist, ship, 1091, Browne ; loading Lambton Chrysomene, ship, 1788, Browning; loading Walls end Amie, American barque, 628, Fake; loading WValls end River Lnme, ship, 1126, WiUliams; to load Wallsend Lady Cairns, ship, 121i, Davis ; to load New Lamb ton Culzean, ship, 1572, Pirnie; to load WVallsend Dorette, ship, 848, Ayles; to load New Lambton British Peer, ship, 1230, Savage ; to load New Lnnbtoln. Heversham, barque, 464, Yule; to load Co-opera tive Charlotto Audrews, barque, 365, Place; to load New Lambton Durham, ship, 998, Sexton ; to load Lambton Malaica, French barque, 400, Rivet ; to load Greta McCullum MIore, ship, 1686, Smith; to load \Vallsend Iliml4ya, ship, 100S. Friston: to load Wallsend Trevelyn, ship, 1041. Loftus: to load VWallseud John Gamblc. ship, 1027, Rimmcnr; to load Walls end Don lEnrique, Peruvian ship, 1312, Mendoga ; to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
300'TS ! BOOTS ! BOOTIS ! N ? UN UNE IS 1l)1 ICSSEI \VIII(TOUT a PAlf: . of IUO(I) C B1OUTI , lwhiclh can bL golt aL McB~ullen's LAM3BT'ON 330T FACTORY, " AIlbY, KAND AT HaIrr·Pis' Ah~clssemly Rgoomsn , 11A LL SEN), .E ".i'A'E1rlY PAYA /1' I ,)l A TUI .Y &lt; MONDAY B'ETI'TEIi and 01HEAI'.|l: t h:m at Any z9 Othez"r JIowezz in the/" D)ih'ic, as the following Lit; will prove : - Men's Pit Boots ... ... 6es. A1EN'S PIT l;OOTS(euperior qual ity, with to platte) ... . 7. 1. lcz n's Elastlc-,Sidus . s. Iin's 2l( ck ICaihorals ... ... 8S. lid. 1'zemam's Colonial ILeather Elastic Sides ... ... ... ... a.· Lzldiez.', Giltsa, lail', Yaouth' undl COLildrez'a Boots and Shoes in endless variets, J" u ' l C?I A I 1 el zaiIit. TJ. Mc.MITULLEN) l,,?t~o 'iha tuI he? inhabitantn/ of Lanztezz, 1Vallaund, Now [,auilton, and I,'arat dh for their libieral l:rt gec during the last tw. years, and to informz thbeuz tlhal, izn cnllzianle wiih thle Rezueczt of a Iznr.e zzzzmbhe? of " Wallez:rd (zuz t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
MARRIAGES. PEATTIE-M-.ENZIES.-On the 24th instant, in the Presbyterian Church, Lamnbton, by the Rev. C. J. Mood, Mr. Thomas Peattie, to Helen, daughter of Mlr. Menzies, of Newcastle, N. S. WVales, and formerly of Elgin, Scotland. WILLIA.Ms-LINoSAY.-On the 24th instant, in the Presbyterian Church, Lambton, by the Revo. C. J. Moorl, Mr. Ezekiel Williams, to EIliza, daughter of Mr. James Lindsay, of Lambton. ;A24D ACOR THUMlBERLA ND RECO2 RDEIR. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874.
WAX WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
W. AX WOORIS. , ., Pu Wodnoadny ]ns Alo~iss. Ghilof and C? .openod thilr splendlid exOhibitlon oI wr x f in H1Igl t' Assembly Itoons, and unsv each rpullt cluP larl.P1Y htlteludedl, \We lhltia oefp ? l esl i g4lur tlla f?gou'e,. uit flV al nl thl hougll y sol H ktiho, " lulu coonpi 14 puruory of1 th?u miost uolo'1,uus cu mlni?alus an n lllu~ih uu's ole~rf'htles of tho dhv T'hdy hlav alsoH reproscol Itions of tieo a:"?lous bl1od-1li0(thrsty savages Wiho ]Jrlt:lipated in thol. Povort"y lItvy '~iss'aie n 1 ?i,, end their vibltims,--nall of shicll 'nh P'idrfeL?t 2:utu.al. By an udvertiscment'it will lbo s&'n tIlut. ine exhIbitionE will be opqn to day (udtuifulry froinh 1( In. to 10 p'iu.l, aind also In Maiadajihich id'
A PROLIFIC APPLE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
A PnoLIrFO APPLI( TERE. (I'o iday nl t wecl woc wwcro showln i:a?inl ap?llo Iru in lthe gA'rdlen of Ir. Sally, T a?\lI a l, th?h: 911 proisBts in bouriung . l hp . your r1d(' .t, c"qm" ,ance(1 IJea'hing wihen fiva'Ve s old,' yllohl .it huid Maro exh~ullent nppllo?s on ; (lid folloingJnne, hIust yenar, it'hld sovan on, 0id(1 (a'o' Ohristmas edsning it ore o'flftoun, Wlilo ant t ie prcosdn?t tiuo wc' lloticad -lhroeninoogsot th o'brunhc.s.
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
ANVIL CREEK AN) GCIRETA. WANT or SrIPPING *FAOJitITI?is.--Thlo wnlt of bettor shipping facilities in the port of Newcasntle is gradually qassumillng such a serious aspect tnlat the. polny genorally aro beginning tq recogiso it, anS?I notigo by yPyr adnmirable loeaders fqro?,timi' to tinpe on i)| subjnct that yon have boon amaongst tllo forq most in dealing with this matter. The pits here- are frequently idle for days: together, not from. the want of oriders for our coal, bts for the reason I alludeo to.. The vessel is waiting for her cargo, but there is no berth for her. Teo hoar someo:pfour:friends mako calculntipons of tle eormous nm. qf monopy reqqired to place tllhe harbour of Nqwcastle it a position to lonad all tlhe coal raised; but if the timo the miiniers lose i6une yb'ear for want of proper shipping facilities was summed up, and itse equivalent in money (which is nOim totally lost to 'tho,, cointry), placed ow' tl|p warl.nted to renider tlhe port what. 'it ought to be, we s...
APPEAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
AIPP'AL COURT. . The Waratah. and Lamnbton COoipany.'a L aJwadere ost ooed to the,. 2ith I have beoon kindly tlvoure lf by Mr. I-. TIurtoln with 11 view of the splendid casket presentd t y o im liy the superintendent of the English :ind A.ustrliian Copper Com pnyv, in comnneinoritioi of lis lilghtil.g the first; fires of the works nat Now 'limobton. Tilhe c:isket is ,n:,lle of the first: copper which wns smeilted at the: New Lallhtiill works; on the lid is !. scr,.ll. u1pii) which is placed ln inittion o"f all the ioJls wh'iih mire used in lthe Sm_-lrting \Virks. Tlih-e' ire made of silver. 'I'llTh ilsilde of the c:askl;t is lined witlh silk velvet:. aind ,on tlie f.ont is :i silver shield, on which lii following is eCgrtved : " Prlselmted 1.0 Iiob)r'm. Tir.lton, 'Esq., 1Mnyor of Lamnbton. In oinlenforltion of lhis lighting the Iirst fires of the Einglish und A-sttrailian Copp,,er Co's 3Brnch Smelting 'Works, ult New Lniamton, N. S. W., Ju.ne 13 th, 1872. Ebenezer Cooke, generul iin...
WARATAH. POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY, 24TH JULY. (Before Messrs. Hill, Turton, and Robson, J.P's.) BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
WVARATAH. POLICE COUIIT.--li:iDAY, 24rlr JeLY. (liefore .Messrs. Hill, Turrton, and Ilobson, J.P's.) ]IiOAiiY. Elizebthl Payne alias Calvert,'was charged that she did, in April, 1874, marIry .lJhn Calvert, liher husband, Stephcen Payne, being still alive. BIMr. Wallace appeared for thie prosecution and MIr. Brown for the defence. The case was postponed for a week on account of the non-appearnhce of defendant through illness. ainrk Walton,for using indecent languigec, was fined 7s. 6d. and 5s. Gd. costs. Thomas Goodwin pleaded guilty to being drunik, and was fined 5s. and 2s. CGd. costs. Rees Powell, a boy about 14 years of age, was charged with using obscene aInguange in a public thoroughfare in New Lamnbton on the 19th inst., and pleaded not guilty. Mr. Brown appeared for the defence. J.Toseph Smith alias, Sir John Franklin desposed: The information is correct. About 4 o'clock on Sunday night when I went home to my place, there were about thirty young lads there, some of them were ...
POETRY. DE PROFUNDIS. TO. D. D. W. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874
•F p~ T R'Y.-? POETRY . DE PROFUNDIS. - TO. D. D. W. The nightly stsr'lha'veshown their lights In liheaven'cs doine Lbo ve, And o'er the earthl keep patient watch \With souls consumed of love. ,L.'d spir:it. whithlier stra~ist thou Icu relui.n ,d" ghoitly land ? .ITlst crowSed the grim LeLthean flood, Or touch'd the golden strand'? Or vranderest thou among the shades, In prlfying flame ? Or rcign~ft thou in paradise TWith tli e of hleteed name ? My lolnging~ oughts c Zsoves desire Arc hlusl'd tough t dty ;luy But in the niglitjfix'd VLils kep 'To him who i? ay Do:r guardaian? of e rcstless night, * F'ull often 1 woul fain Breathle out my ardeit toul in dreams, N-or \rake t, earth i~igain. "J'i true tile sunliglht shinues as bright (iI crnudle as on tomb ;\ lut on the opnitng, nlosit life: ''lhe clouds thxow equaloom. Clear, shlining'stars, keep watch with me i'rout that Iblue doom above; And guard, with the angelic powers, Those souls whom best we love. DAVID SCOTT.