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ACCIDENT IN THE NEW WALLSEND COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
ACOIDEN)? (L?''filE N'lW \AIS. SE.ND 0OAIl MINE.' .'T£hdfefis'~, o nido ny says n -(eorge Usher ivas a;dmitted in iitthe Infiriary,'yesterday, snffering fronm severe izum?;es , he, received while in the New W allsend Conl Mine, Catherine Bny: -Usher, with his faitlor 'ngd a conile of frichds wentj to the whe for the pi rpose of iiid:pectg .jt, ?id.' tnein!g a candle s his Iand, the for~rtler led thoe way.. Befori he had gone far a lot of the earth on the side of, the pit fell and siverel]y crnsbed him be t;ween a waggon, which was in the mine, anid the side .oCf the pit. On the doctor at the Infirmary examining Uslher, he.found h had a rib fractured, and that hle waso suafbring fromn severoe cbntusionis aiip!t the storach. -- .Mr. I-Tale y'rJit to say,.in Ieferenre to. the above -acoident,-that there.,was.p o a falliof earth or roof." MIr. Usher, jnn., failed. to get out of. 'thli ?vaytof a loaded coal skip, hence the acci :deph. . . .. · · ? I ] "?]: / l
Miner's Meetings. Borehole Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
,ther'se :"iVpeetin'gs. blorlehole Hliners. Te?a ·stnali no ionthll'i,,ting 5f the Borehole inerow was hell at at rs. Ml'AulliffTc's, Bull sa leet. Newei castle, on S:tulrday evrgnlin Jul' 25, 1874, Mr. ,Janmes Dnke in tlie chair. iThe minuntes of last meetinlg '.ere read a'd con firmed. 'The Chniinan called ;ohn AII'. J. Canavin to give the reiiort ii the deputation who had inteit(-it, 'eMr. Winitdhip with reference to ihe price paid for Dartlev's hortseroad.-a - n Mr. Cannvii, eXlliuied totihe 'nct'ig the nature of thile dispateT He said that I his place ttuglit to have been paid theo. same as lthise ilaces upon whici thile arlbitrators fixed, l:the i'ice some limne ago; but' as it' wa not wvork ing at tlhait time the manager took thile advan tage, altlhoagh it was understood a~tlhe cavel that it shoulld he paid tlhe same as the others., -Ie also said that Mr. Winshlip asked the depu tation if tley,would be willing to allow him' to put two men iltit hBartley's place to try it, 'tl...
ROYAL MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
S iOYAL MAIIL.,' TIE. * The mails by thoe .,M., S. S' Mlikado ivrill be closed at the GeneralnPost, Office on Saturday, th'e' lit'An'gi~st, 1874, at 11 a,n. The rates of postagoe u?6ia liltors to Fiji, IIonlulu United ,'c tptes. ot .Aimnriqga, ,anrdl ,he .TUnited Kingdom arso.(dl, pcr- oz0. .. .
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
NEWC. TLE SHIPPINC. wesSELs LOADING AND TO LOAD. Wild 1aveir i4 Wilson L idy Cairns o; .ip,-f6 1,,Dsviu ; t load New Lamb Rver 1m;nei, ship. 1126, illi s; loadig Wallsend C .zean, ship, 1572, Plrnie ; loading Wal1sendl B ,ish Peer, sbip, 1230, Savage; to load New D iamn, ship, 9098, Seiton ; to load Lambton M enca, French harque, 490, Rivet ; to load Greta M: Jnllum More, ship, 1686, smith; to load - mallsrnd - Hi.nl?iyii; sh ,00B Friston; to load Wallsend Tr ,velyn, s, 1101, Ldftues; to load Wallsend Johfn Camble, .ship,J027,a?l4imimer,,to load,Wallse-. end Dopn annrirpie, -Poi-u ia. ship, 1312, Mendga ; to "" load WVallsend' ;: '." - . .... :. - .1ut.eoop,-,,Freuch ship,- 691, Legrange; to load Co. operative Elealor, barque,,396,, :,Colemna.;- loading New Soirra Novia, rmencanbarque, 694, Daw" ulrtland, ship, 8 -2, mith Australind, Iarque, 484, .Villiama ; to load Co operativ Sloonta, shi)u 6275-8 nedldo ; to load Lambton City of 'Paijorle sliip,799: Smith; to 16ad Walls end l1hod...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! N O ONE IS DRESSED WITHOUT a PAIR of GOOD BOOTS, which can be got at McMullen' , LAMBTON BOOT FACTORY, DAILY, AND AT Hlarris' Assembly Rooms, WALLSEND, E VERY PAY SATURDAY &lt;- MIONDA Y BETTER and CHEAPER than at Anfu OtiIer House ble the District, as the following List will prove::- Men's Pit Boots o.. ... 6s. MEN'S PIT BOOTS(superior qual ity, with toe plates) ... ... 7s. Gd. Men's Elastic-Sides ... ... 8s. Men's Mock ahlmorals_. ... 8s. Gd. Women's Colo»i&lt;l lter ?lastic Sides ..o l.. ... ... (i. Ladies', Gent's, Maids', Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes in endless variety, EQUALLY AS CHEA'P, T. McMULLEN begs to Thank the Inihabitants of Lambton, WVallsend, New Lambton, and Wamrtah for their liberal patronage during the last two years, and to inform them that, in compliance with the Request of a large number of Wallsend Cus tomers, he will hold a Sale of Boots and Shoes at Harris' AnsemnbldJ foolme Evcrry Pay Saturday and AMonday, to e...
COLLIERS WAGES IN THE BLACKBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
COLLIERS WVAGES 'IN THE BLACKBURN DISTRIOT. . ThE White 13irki colliers have not yet ha&d tIlweir ~vages reduced, .buat on Thesdhy the colliers of HIarwood returned to work atl a reductiion of 12. per cent. At -Stanhill Chunrclh and Bellthorn, the turnouts'"refused to resume work at 124 per cent. reduction. They have agreed to go in at a reduction of 6t per cent.; but it is believed that the men will have to naccede to the nmasters' terms jin consequence of the hot weather, aind,, such a plentiful supply of coal being obtainable frbm I3urnley.
THE SOMERSETSHIRE COLLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
THE SO3F1R.ETSEHIRE COLLIERS. Tritn? legal argnments and the evidence of mining engineers -and ot.hern prepared for snbmissionu to Mr. lolpert Kettle were closed befoir that arbitrator, after the second day's sittinlg, on T?lesaday, at the GrandiPump Room Hotel, Bathl. Altogcther unexpected con clusion as to the effoirts upon the coal trade and the price offuel by the working of the Coal Mines Regulation Act were verified by the acclnultllut. On Wednesday, Mr. Riupert Kettle mhde hIis award upon the notice to the Somerset shire colliers for an aggregate redutction of twenty-five per cent. Tite cotnditions of the arbitration were very restrictive. Basing his award upon those conditions, land tupon the facts agreed to ty the respective acdounitants, ithe arbitrator has decided that the colliers itust submit to a total drop of 233 per cent. Trute masters showed that the new Mines, Rcgulation Act entitled an extra cost of more tan 2s. ICper ton, chiefly througlh a reduced on tpl t.
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
JEIIAIlif o AT the'monthly meeting of :thei niners of this colliery lield ori atnrdnay' evening last, it waprdecided ti;ht for tila ffture tlhed naine of all miovers and lccondurs, thoilo d be gdclod to the motions nalde by thcem. This. I oonsider is a step in the iglit direction, and one whipil ought to be follo? ,dby thIe other collimies. It will prevent many obstriuctionmists fr'om ilnking motions, whichl haveo. no oither effiTct tha to prevent mcnanstires beneficial to the miners fronit being" carried inito' "effect. It ; will. have t e effect in nialinsf ngieni to be hlioinest :in what they bring forward at,.the: mincuigs, as many have made ,motions:-.whiich theyi , neoii woulld have;hiniade if it had bdee'i thot: rido to publish 'tih "'nacOici?.. Aiitidle~"i 13eft . which: will be derivedsfrouiihis system .,s, that if rash nmotiois-:aro' riade, theyp.will..,boa i'hered to the right'-pirt, 'ias miany a :man: has. be'en blamed for-milting motions whilh hle tiever had any thiing ...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
* · W: I~cAIIATU In'my report of the testimllonial presonted to gr.. Turton by tlhe E. and 'A. (opper Co. there is:an error whsich llwiqh tb'o6rrect. It ought to -be R.: Turt'q, ;Es?., :.Mayor of Waratah, and not Lasnbton, as is there stated. I am exccedlingly oblitged "t li. J iohnson for the troubl le l hast gonet in f/?f~lit' explail ing and coifirnirg thls n statil.ndnt-ialeimn iny eorresipondLnce55i s tq thp' dLff rertL'e of' iff ehpiti in the WViariaah titnael.) 'L f'.rt i aght. r *merely made tle a.sertion: htt thltre:wee, s e ). Sskipis diflence,: hiit M r.' Johnson'kii dly fur iished .me with Ithefighiesa , ndif d'ey?e knows that feLts and fignas's combined pje irresisitible. i HI-:e says that thellowes't niirmber was 157, and the Iighest 217,; lwhlich-iinrgs it to the very skilp., butli .1 ani i'didl:d'th'it in his haste to corril,,orite mny s'a atiiefciit le aies en.irely _nistaken zivnlaotiot'e (or ?'?iikiig iI. I can assuree him, .in all siilcerit, :that.il hadl nor int...
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
* ' ANViLoCIsLEK 7ANNP GBEW.C THE preliininary. notice (tLhree, ..oiebk). given to the Anvil Creek Companyhbyr'their men for the. erection of a .weighbridge liavsng, exispiritcltieir 'nintrs on WVdnellsday Inst.gaya in thein:' furt.ee.. days',ii.ttic. that.nless::the bridge was erected by the expiration of'.that' time they wonld':comn o'ut'of strike uqtil iudchl-ti)nbnas said:rlbridge- was completed. This notice of the' miners *apponrs'.to hayo, awakened the _conpfiny''n p'to.b.he "fact..thit f.?r; pronois^, Dup.,grforjgt(nces are at lasqt thbRpnilgly. *:pi)i;rs6oq."4ndi qpp rqciated by tlip Anvil Croek iminers. s Atleast,if this is .not the caso the Company seem to haveo rill an once becomed ve' y u. tilbu's Titlio' ndostruction. of thisof.t-deimandetl idec' or'w?hkl~ '"And if the mniiors' growis nul oT ilkta nI as nid have nevo to ho%.phil'ifh ittho'erfrm-. nce of thr iwo'!rl, s it is Dplain to be's!een theli uii'inoFs na'nn' to iha'this bridge, or tt tliontugn alnpp!in'c)] s.pp t...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
Latezt Disftict N vezs. (FRoM OUR VArItOUS cORimarONDErTs.) liAMBTON. Tn', cblliery rrianager, Mli~. Croiidace,.:inteinds bItildiag a monster,sonallcoal.bo~ ,y,)ytlhe side of the railway at the pit,-it will be the largest 'i n thelistrict·,wh en finished., tThe iicont ract lies bee,, t lr:ni ir.?r:Ceir`Ist t 'ii~a;P rty, who coqmImenced wbork yesterday. .-The box.is inteiidel ito hold 2,000 tons ofsn;ai'a?cil, which will be ready for libding i? itny time, and will thus be a great improvement on the present system, as sometimes nearly halftof, the wag gons aret standing-full, when there is no trade forsniall, thmas'inpedingthe working of the .oli5ry,-istt?ey liave not~waggomn . ononugh to kto pthe w l." Ter ihillbox is to lines of railseet laid underneath,: where 15)waggons,.can stand on each line; over enchI waggon there will he two trapo, ors ehabut feet ,squnare; by this meansthe whlole30 vwagigons can be loaded in a very fe?'7~iiiintes, The eoutrpctors merely find the labour, all...
Municipal Intelligence Waratah Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
Wa~ratalil Council.` 1. i Tii iuaJ. fwL~r~ i1--rght~ r~y yietii' f ,1C.uhv i u~ete read? fi oria anng; ofA* sraiC i ~.Ttilt Stockr. flankl,, aslking pCI~ruiSI~iosa tol tranfci Ccni'nciJ'H ba12i~g ;;acri t1Ut to thle 1)Fflidi c;'f· thant' Bank t;rr~lombtonl- ; On1 thec r,iotion of' Alsiernianl H~iirper, parc F.ijssZo1W8Svo GJJIHLcr~I2 ·. '?. i. ? ? .'- " i i ]'E'IITIOS.- S - ; . SPetiion receiide from PIroctortinrd Croqinr's sub-div'ision, nasking: for repairs. t A.ldermani James mIovedl, and Ald. Watson secondeld, tlhiat the' i'vefser' do the iocessnry'ihlpairs, which was carried.'. 'I Fro.l theii'eic'I restid lil tln u :lii ionage, praying that the 'Lambton Road :e arttended to. Th1i pititiori was ",irda teid by Ahlerniani Harpcrandmafter along and warm discussion, it.was receivedson the ?ontiop of, Alderman I-Jdiper; seco ded' b:viAldrmaun J ame n. SA . YOIi iINUTES. I hlve tbo reporithai in 'CoilsequtiCe of thei rates coming-ins so,slo~ily, I lhave cnhsd 1 ain' advertisemnent; to...
POETRY. A PITMAN'S TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874
·.? __ PFtiOB BET . i dA PITMAY 8 TROt 3l15B .Whei lads, awamweary, aw'm sacly deprest,. ,Frev, a' sorts o' ,troubles, aw canna get rest ; Aw's martin if things shu an on is they're d?yua T-hit ye may expept me it' ottinwod* 'yun This quarter £or initans levil aw've had, Thit sumtimes wi' -thowt o't aw'm like tO gau Just te think ivvory day boo 'aw'voe slaver'd an' rowt, .. An' brayed onesel' senseleus, for little or nowt. Aw've been drivin' a heedwis it Thurlewis fiat, ,,An' a mnasirGrheeisaw'll insure ye iv thlat, She's as haid an~awhin for te nia, or te m'yek. An' 0 I w'au ab?ack Iud iv picks She dis t'yek. The corvins se bad, thor's ne partin' it a' An' tle ottom yeget, whet ihor nioit else but Beside she's pritiauttin,'imaw marrow, an'me, We've beentm'yckin' w'r shots twenty inches, or so; An' monny a time efte' firin, a shot, 'We've not knawn if thon's been a one in her or not; An' then, \\hwerwiedillf'nl the wedge we might. braty .H ii - 'Till I'e hardly cud arr'wistlickin o'...