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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

TIIF. quarterly meeting of the Burwood Young Men's Improvement Society was held on Monday evening last. The following is the quarterly report : Second quarterly report of Burwood young men's Improvement Society :-" The members have made marked progress in lessdons, but the debates seem to be failures, as none of tie young members take the slightest interest in them..-T'here have been lessons given in drawing, arithmetic, and grammar.-The drawing lessons were well appreciated, umost of the members taking a great delight in that ennobling pastimen; several drawings hnve been furnished in a masterly manner by the members; reflecting great credit upon the energetic instructor Mr, G. . obertson.-The debates were " Monarchy v. KRepublic," car ried in favour of Monarchy. Also, " Which has tended the most to the social and mnoral advancement of the colony, the discovery of coal or gold?"-Adjourned. Tlhere have bepp several first'class essays upon the following subjects. " Air," " Water," an...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

Latest Telegfras. (From tiLe Sydne1/ Papersr.) SYDNEYI., Friday Evening. The first .report of the Greta Coal Co. shows that during the short time operations Ihave been carried on, the sales of coal realised £'5507 17s. 8d., leaving a net profit of £855 is. 5d. This sum has been carried to credit oi profit and loss. Tu.ns rne of coal shares continue to a~dvance. Sales of Wallsend were reoorted to-day at 10i., \Waratahs at 1I -, and wanted. Anvil Creek were brought up at 17s. Gd. Shale Oil sold at 14s. Mr. 3. Lee, lanto meubcr for VWest Maitland, has bIcen appointed to the office of Police Magistrate of that town, vice Mr. .J. Smith, who has been appointed to Iathurst. A. French man-of-war steamer arrived at Norumcea on the ]I th instant, fromll France, on board 800 Comrmunists. NARIIABRJ. Wednesday. An.drew Hune anid par)nty are camping at Guundemaine to-night, and proceed to-morrow to 1clii. MI EL IBOURNE. Thursday. A nburglary, with violence, was committed Inst night. Tire burglars...

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

A tot'r nmatchi for £25 aside will be played on tile gronnd ospoeit el h. illiau's Hlotcl, on Satolday, August 1st, betaweil *lonatllan llendersoni, of Greta. alid .f. H?,\wisoi, of Ilfamiltlon. The distance to be played is eigihteen yards, with (;-lb quiits, wihh a score of sixty-one. Tile game will co'nitnce at 12 o'clock. noon. A mlatch lhas been umade betweetn Villianm 'i'Aulifu.. ano William 'oswell to run a raco of 100 vyardl, for 20 b lisie, AI'.\ulifl'? iittilg P'owt.ll 2 yards st?rlt. Tls nice is urr-ansg' ed tio Ie run oil tlkt, Maicillquarie Road, on 'naturlday, XAu'nst 1 th nt. hall-past 4- p.m. A foot, race between A. Fletning, of N.ew castle, and C. Iatiinertint, of. yd;,ey, will le rt'ui at the .snntioth, ont Friday. 31st .,ttly; dis tance 1i25 y'ardsI fior 10 s,'.idie. '1'he odds is oil F letmuing, , to - bei'g cracked tvery freely. 'The race will be rtiln at half-ljst :l p.m. A nlitclh hiis also been nml,.e het sweii Ii. Alitchell itoh .1. Gihh, to titti l10i yi'udi...

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

MISCELLANEA. T'IIE cltlcteslte-on-T/7'ie Chlronitle of A1)April 11th sys :-- " It is not often the world liha nn oilp):)rtunity of peeping at il s great lnutn wheti they hio v -tl.hrown' iiide the formuality of their position urll O:re speaking or :actig is fathers, fiei'ds and neighlbours UIsually tih Ildomsll tic portrl'l.ii llre of heros nnll sl atl.-illrl is plostlhmons. AMr. Gladstone has st.ood sIo long in the radiance of his' own talents and Ipnl1e admiration tlhit it is hard to think of hlim with hIis coat ndl waistcoat tlhrown nsilde and his linmbs strain'ed in li- heicnry task of tree-felling. Still it is believable, if notL. iquitr conceeivaible. It is, howevr, nr grenrilr. dcmindil on tlhe innginationi to iliclure hlin oil Iis guard even on questions of high ltanl, nl.dl j faniiliary friindly, just like some cinniionii bolly. Pe[hi-pl:is 11he woll]l not mLrnbendl e.xccii, with coni,.6in;>l mlills, or ait nil events wihll men whlo had pirevionsly gainied hlis utterliOi...

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THE REFORMED BUSHRANGER. (A TRUE TALE.) (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

T~E REFORMED BUSHRANCER. (A. T?UE TALE.) (Continued.) THIE Buccnrro understood me, and cried " where." But hlie had niot far to toolk, there theywere, the. ennemy had been discovered by our whole line almost in tihe samne instant, and wild and high was tihe yell of rage with which our men greeted thenm. The enemy returned this yell, fearfully intenlsified, :nd broke into a rapid -race, not from us, but for us. Our men did iiot wait for more, but broke into a wild stampede for the town, and such a wild un governable race I never isitnesed before, every man ran as for dear life. ArmIs, nimmunition. and blankets strewed tile ground; siomel were old anidl some were wounded, and were not able to get away with the rest. T1ymre was nio thought of helping the wounded aloig, they were left there to the mnercy of the •enemy. All this took but an instant, and I was preparing to. fild hly legs along with the rest, when tile voice of-the Bucaroo arrested me. II"Here, youngster," he cried, "don't...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 July 1874

Iicbbrtisentents.-; N.\reLrcous s ai,~s Deb?l ,, // Loss .! Po?',e ,.it'i'perm'torh.,'e&, (udto "15 Ear/,' Yoafth, p,, ltilirin D1iseases. I~N all theIII Ulisove tiCtes 'I iig front errors in Syiclding to the prsiont" no time should be lost to at once arrest the Ilprogress of the itsca-e. DR .. L L. S1 .I H hls ldevoted himself for twentiv vea. in the colony it the princtice of this lIhrsnch olh I iirwofeston, while previously, i suEnglnud, 11he wasthe pupil of and rractised with the celehrantuil Dr?l R. T. C'ulrrrwtell the only medical pl~ranuitionenr wlho uver excltsiwivly adoptedl this a, ti ole c nucihof hIis Iprffession. Dr. L. L. SMtll -liT rety itf9iL-.i thi publit thlat he is: theo only " LcgalI Q .lssfi.cdtledietl Man in this specialLy of his p' osd.;" that others adver tising are unqualifi at it, therefore, in pro tending to be qualified, arqnoltainingmonev under false pretences. Dr. L. L. SIt H11- has begen slied to by so many unfortunate broken-dowl yo -oldmnucn,...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

Ogg\! 444Yt~ uAe Rigni' &!a pnnriltered. Ihie.e of 'tlio l?adiniio teachers under tlh Collncil of Education Lave been ,suspended leriding an investigtion respecting tlso writer of. 'n r til e in th9 "Joirual 9 Q prilary' Education,'' Mr?.:-,.,' P. ?4Lboat has ban appointed S~pretaniy for MIinos, and was sworn in as i membber of the Eixecutive Cdnncil .neastrday. He had previously resigned lis seht in the Au~Oeial"Y·. ~,:~

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Latest Telegrams. CABLE MESSAGES. London, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

,·iuO7ABLEI. MPS~QCI8.: ~~oftllQ~, ~joly 2Z. .::'.~ri~~~o Ntae llPOallnS h~ns bei gii7tit4..i P Kiigin t 4Cotiiinlndercl o f VIto oil~l ~,r Htti i 'ivlulnl alte I C~wpUl~hbuul (If th~t .rruke(~hO~ obf .t~)irlottaiu 4~o: ,8 at L~otul~t Tk goodl. LotA lcttg ,.lii r p·I~o~ f to 4~88. lItoditti qitontiotta. ~Strit o, fronl; 4fl7 to £9n.~ Aust4rohao tin ore ltaa Itee ~ii sold b~y telitlor at ju'wres. roug~ing hit~vweeti S~ anid b~6O·

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

,f.: the Ekildt, o- f tfie , N)in,' A.tvocuca..) , .\ SIt,--The'y ia sonothling connctcted with tho newspappr reports of our meoting'hnt I really c'anonot understamdl On Salurday evening last our monthly meeting~inas held, and out of the three I elocarl journals yours was the only oneo ropraorntoed, but.,lo! the wholo of thi m:nutos I\vassecl at. tlh mooting appear in the Pilot. to-dty '¶fhe only. coo- I 'elsion that 1 oan arriya o . i thAt tho'niuabtea.aro supplied by \ue Moserotarl:., whlioh 1 co~uidenl is vory elng, £fr.if tiJis rystrm ia to Ib 9aarried out, we will soon' lhayo 19 reijn1l] rtporet of ot\r Tncatin?a at. all'; bisiiose it is al 1 isUrtoce the pnapr that hais nlwavyd so ndbly tuidvoca ed tho riglhts and privileges of tiloe s1it?rc in this distriot and the Borehnlo in parlicular. If thie Pil¢ot will not tn the exl-pense of kupiepg roortoers to report thoe procoedingeof our InootillgS, thoe 'sorottu'is have no libusiness to suppll? them-l wlth the inlilutes, to givw -...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

-.: : (2o the Ed;intor tI',e Aliier'' dvo(u1cte.) MxY DEAR MIn. EI'Iron,--. - o hople yoll will .oxcuse coe for writing, for really it is a thitng that [ nelover done before, iand shouldn't' do it now, but I see that our Council is beginning to wake up atlast, hind it would seem as if their ceyes wore a little gloomy yet, as they are going the old way aibout us other councils have dolne. .1 sae, siy deaL' .lr. Editor,.that ita very inicncenieunj t for tho Mayor to 'walk to his house, e?ioautse thero is such a lot of muck and dirt aRd stamunps in the way. splose we alpqll i-ayo the pleamsuro of seeing his Vorslihip t.akig a walk some flue evening, but I'll warllt he dcgn't go for down Devon-strcct, or else h mighlt get ill oine of the holes and le smotheredl. 1 wooler how the great dirty brutes of p1igs that's allys rlun nliln about there maniago as well as they do, and I must say that 'tie a crying hurntin~ ahanme that they should be allowed to ble kCt stinlking and running about as...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

S...To the lditor of the Allfnirs' A drecouost ! lr,-Your correspondent " Another Outsilcr ' ip'pears toucheld, 'in no mistake, in cons.qsuene,' ,f Inmy nmonitory and critical remarks in your ishuecof the .18th instant. referring to a debate iln the :clchol pf 4rts.:. I beg to deviate from " Anoth r Outaildcr" as to the uiefulnesis of.pullie criticism, which 1 oplniate is useful onl all pulblic mattera,-yea, necessary, to prevent that acquiescence with me'i oirity, which is nothing less than a slow proceauof decay, in all literary pursuits. 'The remarks, therefore, of the powers of " cldest:uction of worms," afid the other matter "to originate a'd suceaisfully sateidn Schools of Art," is shooting rsther far from 'the' point, though it sounds very well, and is a specimen of that style of reasoninm tro oftevl in dulged in at our " debates." Other remarks of " Anothei Outsider" have no reference to mny criti cism; alnd are nothing but vagLue reuns n;ns. The fact. that Schoole of Art ar...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

TO IlORItEiSPONDENTS. C.orrcspondents are rcqucaeted to adhere to the following suggestions to .ensure ,insertion: 'To write oa lyv on one side of the paper, to write in cleatr and distinct characters, and to avoid all scurrility or offensive personality. Each writer will be required to forward his or her namc, not ncccssarily for.publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. OI17'/(UJIIElLAWD."I' I RECO. )?E . WEDNI~SDAY, JULY 29, 1874.

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(To the Editor of the Miners Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

.·-'r·h' I' 1n (Pa ATh t iEia re Alooch. ) Stu,- Ha?ing just ead in a recent issPe of ,h~a jerevc?atle I O/einle ?-t ratt pH:icprtilg to have been 1yrittan 1? ono whvlo styln him~self ,' A Cittholio bVt mnof go;t" bt who, 'iiae~ttW19a,{ntagdj or t.j ,bold redlibf` ;~a; 'btgb?,?fdd?'l~onnnist in~ hlis '(:q~rt?: n th speeil? ;nde?.??h Fleteller pi tmsc oribee|ow' o lavin'g the fSou?.?dt?.oll sta?. 9 no ?r ?votastirnt Ball, I' hecu'tb o1·tiit~lb~dis?&]{bdid ']tln'ltt~l, 'nnd ut .as littlo, as his letter only requires a reading to con vinao anyone whb was present qhi the dayhoe refers to,,tht.t" Mr. No B3igot" has a very obtusolintqlclct as ,well"as dll hearing. To please him d bc~ tq aiuii that Mr. Fleichlde se the ivh ? nozt." ongage," as thl h42lf'i pwXts it' cogd Nam le1.'' o~ .n . ,t Fld'.olay to no asect, 80tl~ nin ro' nl A htouc Io.uaturie ulirthro'ghl ,?'turo' .GUOtQ l" ].am more at liber;ty to eih Ir tl¢ namo of o pigo.t" than the' o?an o ]ouy who6 so llttlo~acqtailteth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

- t - lbertisementt s. ZjOtL / AALE,-in Bond, or Duty Paid : ' RH XNDIE S-Hennessy's, Martell's, Jules o 13obp, 4and Associated, in bulk or case ' " rfUiTF l-,ownd ' ( .~nIp Hart's, 22 o.p. OLD JAMAIUA, in case WHI.SKY-punyillo's Kinahau', IC' , ,L and ta,A wart's, in bulk or C ' GENEVA,--Key or J/D. K. Z., l~g 4id small contonts SCHNAPPS,-Woli q Blanp~ im's and Nolet's Aromatic Schiam OLD TOM-l-Sjr R iett's Roberto France, and Co., and Lons .' lVINEa-Irt'r iud Sharr, riirlous <i'lal *ali's Dalwood, and Ddylo's Knoiudah' Ditt o h-'Champagnie, I'ipcr nndl Porrir'si ) ALE S--rl.Mts a,' Jpulo's and Berrys, in hogs. ..hn l, d . . . . . . . . " Ditto-MU1,' Fostcra"Bhd Ssonts, ' nf4flt'Bs pass's Decvcish anti Am h sop's, in bottlo ' " Ditto-Castlemaine Bruw'ery, XXX ad Ambuir POitTiR-DittE o *, in bulk and Iottleo Ditto Blood, Byass's, Guines.', and P'ig biand, In botl TEA--hal-chlc.sts an4 boxes SUGAIIS--Whlita, "Cystal, YVo]\pw, 4and attion COFEE--Ilaw and Qround. ' 'i'OBACOO...

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Public School Grievance at Lambton. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

Pusblic School Grievance at t ~iLanmbton . ON the 11tlh- inst., a letter from, DavID L?w?S, of Dark ,Creek, appeared in our colu?inns, complaining that his children had leen sent honie from the Lambton Public School, in consequence of his having sent one yhilling less. than the. amount of the school fees. :. Since then the matter has been '"" warmly taken urp by several ofour corre spondents, and rom the tiine of their re inarks it is quite evident that great dissatia maction 'exists amongst the people in that district, on tihe subject. There can be no doubt that a great many abuses have been niowed to :creepiiunto the management of the Public Schools'otulhis colony which have ro a -v~ery?- great extent curtailed the use ulness .ofthe School Act, and frustzrated the intenti;ns of its framers. The 17th clause of tlie':Public School Act roads as follows : '?twithlistaniding any regulation for the . '.. payyment of school fees, any child whose '.lumreutsi or gluarmdians shall be unable...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

II .i d ·",itiflnr;l) (`o~csto(Aet1\ci d(.fl a. iw~tiy oo~v~ ~) Ii h~ p~nfns xprescc l~y 1 Icrm~Rin J- Vtton,(Ibilt.Rkvlg3nauuitorogooifgarnl fatth.!J

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

MISELLANEA. A verIy singular accident, which might have been attended w th seriouns consequences, took place about noon on Wednesday. A cage contaiing four ofthe pitruen, was being drawn to bank, but when about half wayup the shaft it becams, jammed in the bratticing, and for nearly an hour all attempts to move it or to liberate the mlen proved fruitless. Exagge rated reprits of the accident soon spread, attracting a crowd of anxious friends and relatives of the men "'td tihe pit month,· and much excitement temporarily prevailed among them; but when at length the cage was libe rated, and drawn to bank, none of its four occupalnts turned out to have been any the worse for the perilous position in which they were temporarily planced. About the same time, the rope of the downcast shaft snapphd, and precipitated an empty cage to the bottom, but it fortunately struck no one in its fall. OuiTugesday, tile police made a successful raid on the prcmnlses of J. I. Greenwood, Cricklet Players ...

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A Step in the Right Direction. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

A Step in thI Right Direction. VWE understand Ptl.at the storekeepers in Wallsend and Plattsburg have del;ermined to close their reslecdtive places of business at 6 o'clock p.m. on each day of the week, except Mondays and Saturdays, on which days they will continue to be closed as at present. We heartily commend the store keepers for the step thley h-?ve.taken; and, we trust, our lady friends will encoulrag'e the movement by making their purchases 7urin' the afternoons. It has beenr denioustrated that to work long hours is injurious to the health ; and when these lobg hoIur ,can be dispeixsed:titt, without entailing anyv incon venience on the pblic, it is uereas,,nble to ask these people.t?o'keelj their stores open till 9 or 10 o'clock at night; merely becaasw it has been the custom of the place. The miners as a class have fought hard t'or the shortening of the hours of labour, and, we hope, they will use their inihaence in further ing this movement, as it is?lnothler stej towards t...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. W. GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

* PMSi11ENTATION. 4O:11n..: . OfGECN. :On. Saturday liAst theaemployees of thllo. Mount Neir ' Minl ((Wollongong?- plosehted 'their late Mannnagor (Mr W. Greeon with';.an Sadd'ess ~lnda pijr of sovereigns on thoeoc catisioinpfn? is relii?uishiug the inanngemn'nt of. the:Monntl IKeira Uniliary. '..The'preseontation wi's"6lnade "in-'-the- Inargibs roomi: of Mrs. OLsb'o'rie's boiinimerciinl "Hotel, :ianil was.well 'filld ith .innnefr ahl"d~ theris 'connected ,w.i, the colliery. Mr.I. E.1.f$earkei] occipie'd,, the ihair'/ithievice-cihair being' filled by Mi. R. -Haitpnr. Previouns-to the presentation Ibeing Iade! , s'ier6il-'Jigtle'n on iddrsseu1 lihe ondet ig,,le;ul ogfaging g r; 'c' r tp e' manrio 'in iwhicli rlieo hadj'cnirried oti4 hris' "dutioes as -iianager,'for .th'-last-.two .yenras ,a;,Mr., r y. ?^iii.'d?.o"fiiln:i i ierfored..' theo'erem'o. y of ,pescs!ntti6'ni." Tlid iddress,-"ayS couched, n terms' higlly_elllogistic of 1Mr. (rceV's condactras:nliipnagpr, lnd expresping tlea!...

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Lecture on Dr. Adam Clarke, his Life, and Its Lessons. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

Lecture on DuI ldaim Clarke, his ilte, an4 Lts Ipssons. Oan Monday evening last i, most intirpsti~ng alid able lecture onl tlhe abh~ov sulje~t wLas delivered in the .WViejyen ,hurch, HV?llsend, by the Rev. Geo. Line, of lMaitl)atnd. Tlhe attendance was stuall. . The Rev. R. M'KEawn presided,' and in a few appropriate renarkla introduced the lecturer. A The &eo, Mr. 1IANR, after regretting the limiteI att.ldzmnce stated hle had 'no great historical subject to apeak albout,-no greaut war to ann0ou1ce4-no siipybiiaik or other exczeiting evelt,-but simlly to talck about a man, one with the saneo flesh, and blood as themselves,-one who lose from obscurity ntoshigh renown, and one who was faithfl?] to hiimself in a small sphero of latiols, rsd alao faithfunl when the Lord raised him into mthing n-lch ii- ab t 1 liui? t i a ttr-at a ilt tittloiiTi lie was born in a low abode, and hlis duna-* in ws ntil, very higl, still, lierwas autini'rjC1 dil lis actiln, atd if lie was :weiyliiEd...

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