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

*As2r~ IRIa~rcoroF a Vary qid reSzclei4, SYSS fqp4ii da L~rphnFpst. attcijiedB! ts 1Ii~haa a. V ..7dl· rdy hIiornhl1gl :1jt ap~peas tbs~t ih'esye taJliang to43 bnish~!IPd :rne~~ld ~h'Glujiiness about B to-l Rud lV5sg"R seetj aft~er;· atiilit foud qssiite thcr~ d as tnbsyQ stated. D!r. Scbrader~l cing' so ;~s .uif daring theo forenoon was~ calf&1 in,. but aould' Give 55 opl~irion aa' to 'the cstlse of death liJI~c A fles B""enge was~at.onee desjatcbd td'tl~b'ibnstab15 at Wa~lsend,' iio:'oi'uii'th'!is coal t~raini 'to i.'sform the Cor~naer~·.cALCoroi15r'5 inqunest will~ be 'held oi~s th~: bodj ' this day (W~ednesady). ' -··;; J-·"

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

'lbbcrtitScmEntt . Printina. rANT'?ED. .an I yBLIGENT LAD, as an A "'ti,-mntice to tlhe Printing Busineiss. Apply at tihn Office of this paper. W AN'IED a GOO BLACKSMI'TH. Ap " t -- . Y. NEILSOX, * o , / Collicly Mano;ger. Walsend 'Collier 24th July 1874. 515 ANTED, ,inDicncrH/ FIMALE SEt\rVANT. Apply to- -/--- , -7RS. CO WELL, 533 IRoyanlotcl, Platlbuarg. Wallsend. NOTICE. W TANTED. a -MANA R for the CO-OPERA V TIVB STOI., ,'ON. Applications will be received uyll to 1s: AUGsTr, 1874. All applications must 4 dressecd to Miu. ELL CHAD. \VICK, Lanmbt.ton. A Security of :'00 will be required. WILLIAM MURRAY, G34 Scet etary. Ten ers. rliENDEuKS thAeKf lir ERECTION OF Sa FOUIR-l ED l AGE. Apply to IEaL THOMAS, 527 'vw Ballarnt Township, WVnllend. Tezl ers Wa' nted FiENDERS -rct jl'itledtlti tli 30th inst. for AL ALTEI TI NI I h ROVEMENTS. to the NORT : J P ?aD EL. Plans ant n st *n on applicntion. Th lowe t o ay r not at ariy accepted. ATl'HEjW JOHNSON, Nortlili therland .Hotel, 494 Wnll...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW LAMBTON. NEW LAMBTON BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

""' '"""NEW'lVAMBS'TOPKN--- NEW LAMBTON '3AD OF HOPI.W iOs Saturday evening last a pIublic tea-lmeeting sws:held :in.the Primitive. I t iljlodist Church to celebra.te thc ,openingiof .a Band of i-Iope. About W10,ofi'thefh'tjifids^t\aents and chil ,(dren--partook of. thle good thingsi pr'viideil 1,' Mr. 'Win. hlocesihlth." '.hinlde justice having been dohe, IJluotables were cleared away;asnd iithe opublic imeeting liwas opened. Mr. .Ins. Hidley was vntetd to the cliiir, in the absence,,of the, Lev. 1. Ken'1ny.,.. . MIs. Ililey, il his opjning Ielinarks, said that lie felt mnuch pleasure' in being present oni sinell ai inli;ort-nt" oceeaioin, viz:, to ccle Ibtrh the liirthday of a-ilhiaidn -of Hope in N w Limbitoi. Upwards;of 80 young nmen, wouieni, and r.lillren had: alreaidy joined and ,signed-the pledge, and he,h?lped ianily more would corie and Ilgn their iiiiisi('.Sthins even ing. .A iTeat ldeal had ecin donlie and sani in I ;:rlimeiiiu:t iiand the eolony in re fereince to tlhe P...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

MINING INThJLIG BNCE , SOUTH STAFFOR'DSHIRi MIINERoC . THE minors of Sout.h StamFord are losing no tite ill carrying out the sehemo for a con ciliatio buoardl. On Tuesday, afternoon, a largfineeting was held hit' Walsall of the zislt,tla 's of the Darlaston district, which has ulpards of 6,U0t) iien in the union, when the scheme was unaniindusly approved, a strong feeling in favonr of arbitrati~i·nas well as of conciliation being exprcssod, and Messrs. Carter, district presidoent, Gcthiilg, district agent, and Amos were appointed to represent the district. An attempt was made on Wednesday to bring about a termination .of the strike of colliers, which has continued six weeks, in South Staf~ibrdshire. In resiponse to an in vitation issued by Mr. Fisher Smith, Lortl Dudley's- ngent, a large number of coal masiers met at Dudley to cousider a. proposal emanating fromi the iminters, for thle mestablish ment of a board ofcotciliatiurnV~iimiar to that which has worked so well in connection ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE REFORMED BUSHRANGER. (A TRUE TALE.) (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

-THE REFORMED BUSHRANCER. (A T~RUE: TALE.) *t • Continued.) rIFE readcr of the columns may think that perhajpp I am telling my own story instead of that of Tih Baccarro, but the Mexican character is so utterly at variance with any thing that I ever became acquainted with elsewhere, that I could not help the temal, tation 'f giving ' very feeble sketch of what I saw. Had I the descriptive abilities of a Scott, I would write a book on Mexico, which would be worth reading, and this Marie Lovea, for so I subsequently leaaned the yobung lady •was named, I had so suddenly met and taken uhder my protection,-a protection she afterward harmieisely repaid though she per fectly planged me in the paying of it. I shall not, however, follow her any further. Morning broke at .last, and every body is astir with the i?ak in Mexico, so was Marley and after breakfast I saw her restored to her almost distracted father who thought she had been murdered, I returned to the Buccarro whose lifes'so intimate...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE MINERS IN THE ACKRINGTON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

THE MJINERS IN THE ACKRItXGTONi DIsTIIICT.' The llmincrs oi'" stilie i" ihlP Acricngtonl difitrict held an houtldodr nieeting at Acring ton, Oswaldtwistle, on Thursday; when it,was, repirfitced that the masters would not concede lhalf the reduction of 12 percent., and that notices had been posted at the vaiious' pits in Church, Oswaldtwistle, ,and Enfield, that union men would not be mnployed in future. Mr. Atkilsdu, mriners' agent reported that the Amalgaminated Association. coald not sup port utle men until the South Stafforidshire Idispute was settled. There was much murmur inIg at this, alnd several men declared for re sonling work on the empluyer's ternis, huit: a resolution was passed to continue thestirike.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE SCOTCH MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 July 1874

K 'SHEfiSToT M ERS. -. A mass meeting of thal un sre- of Lanarlk sihire was.held on *'lhiuf lnear Qlnasyow, and it was Attendid q a 0boit'l 0,00 incn: A lluotion was prcglrel1 to the effiect that tlr miners of Lanrkshiro shonihl resist - any fuirther rednction than o0 per cent, on the original wage and'ln thi event of the greater reduction being insisted oii by the employers, that steps be taken to'endeavuur tpo.bring out, the wfelo of the mineorrjf Scotlanl: on strike.o By anotheur nmotionit wiis'1aropdsoed thllt a d with the ~viewi of ceffhc~ig~i I;:comiprowoise, of 'the rednucthnn, whiehi, hiowever,: Bhoald in no dnb'e,;~;?l~e'dd'8O ,pE~'.~~r:t ·e On' a' lvote being overwhdruming· nlnjorily.:;.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

New/Taioriag follishnien / Lf ....R, MERC ANT TAILOR, H__[AS muchb plca'ure in inforlnuL. the:.publie nf "J New·n st lia ..ul S r~rountlizip tii, tl icts huth e1 iAB OIP'IfNEI).TIE A1A? 5VI, ill pnrt of tlhoe ,relnises inl lusT lt-STFHEr , with a K.w ind EntDI i St ekIor" W'ool0ens3I "liAvg had l2 y ?-xiriebe innhis nid th1e -istci 01ine, I). LASK fels quite cidnfideit thllt all Ordeias entruted to him will give full satisfaction. D. L. yieheslto da nw tile :artimular attention of Gntlelllell lequili 1g Tnflrt P1ANTs, or 01IDINGO dceEC?cis, aise e hi ldrige experience in inking the above. DIRIESS AND ]"]IOCIK COATS will 'be :turned oUUIUUl~hs11ASISOD. ONE TRIAL WILL kItOVE THE FACT ! nuDDciCSP NEWOAST'LE. •- . 30 N OTICE. TIE IHELP ME THROUGH THE WVORLD. H lOTR.L, MIEINI[I. ' " . To tile Inuhablhitlnts of Minmi, Wallsend, Lambton, Waratllah, NCew Lnmbton, land district generally..: TXV ASOILLI M D)UNN SV HAS OP'ENED THE ABOV? IlOTEL with a Cilhuice Assorl.ment-. 6CI' ALls, \'INSl, a...

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THE REFORMED BUSHRANGER. (A TRUE TALE.) (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

THlE REFORMED BUSHRANGER. (A T£RUE T'ALE.) I HAD now a little tim f;oor reflection, and conid not help tnruitlge my eyes to the land we were fast ]cavtin. There were the grand and lowering old hills bithecd in the resplendent beams of the morning sun ; , the hlills thati. had wrtnessed the'victories of the prond Aztecs over whllom had ruled the martiail M onteznna's, and had carric? their -arms evezx to Nicargunas. ?War, war, belf,re Col'tos cnnle andd war, war, since he canme. The land appeared to be blighted by the wrath of God. From the hills my mind reverted to the town, and there I pictured the Bncarro at brelkfaist; and I knew how ardently hlie de aired to leave the country, and 'what a disap pointment it must be for him to be thus left behind. I had other sympathies, too, that wavndered hnck to coquettishMilarie Lopez, my bosuom always tinder, ready to ?ogfi at the least spark. From her bright eyes, I fearod I had received tlhat spark and was ready to burst forth in. A blaze ...

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POETRY. TYNESIDE MEGGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

PO ETRY . TYNESIDE MEGGIE. In yonder vale where lucid streams /Flow, gently to the famous Tyne; And Phoclus gives his early beams, To cheer the fragzpt jessamine. 'Twas there I met a lovely maid, TEr form was that of Venus' mould; Whilb o'er her faceanch graces played, lhat 'hihlied with rapture td behold. The tolden locks.in ringltst.twined, : Lay gruC ful on her besom fair; . lier eyes they spoke a noble mind, 1 traeed tile soul's true language there ; SHeBor cheeks they had a rosy hue, S' 'IThe coral lips were tempting sweet, I hid all earth born cares adieu; .Andsnmilin dlid the maiden greet. Her bh?eath wads like the zephyr's gale, Of balmny Inghia's .fragrant bowers ; Heri smile was like the sumrocr dale,; . When therin bloomuned it's fairest flowers. "Ve sat dwvn by the pu ling brook That winded through a sylvan grove ; And in my arms the IuaidICn took, Then whispered soft a tale of love. The rapt'rous hours tlhey?ie?tly passed, And glooming told tlhe close of day ; She fondl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

Sbibcrtiscitctts. yfANT D, a yLACKSMITH. Ap. J. Y.' N~IG(145N, - Alle:y M4taager. Vallsend ql ANTEp, a t; i al FElMIALE SERVANT. , , CMs'. {CO L *3jO IltOl, plit.tsburg. Vallsond. ?t7ANT-?1EDt), a,)I. HERI,, to .laugbter a.?: W Dth'e a or Cart. ,. WVILKINSON,.. M4 it Phlttebuig. WANTED, I ( ity, a SERVANT c4IRL, V about 14 4 pply to -Mrs. HOWDEN, Lake Road,,No _____ 5S8 '-To Bus e5, ET),in y iltIC TO SPLIT S.ig.YS.~ i itspop?e, Apply to -,O-SJONsoN, SNortlhumberland Hotel, 54 Wallseud. OTIC 'IANTED, na NAG for the CO.~TtERA. TIVE 'E, -I[MITO. Appwhotions will le rarecivl I lle I req , Si u. All ap~hirtlo~s*%s a tn~1 toT W ET HAD WILLTAM MUnlilAY, .' Sao'retary.v i/ Tjn d T TE~~~J ~ f OF Apply tc- TllrA . . ' " TH?OMA,?, "?T 1 ew \ _ 'l' Town.hllp WVallsamp. 'rcsii4es 14o Lift IA\ LWittalsts. 0 L hi I contralvy saituatd Se " I ambian at pro r10 Wi Mitoltnsulson\ one-( tlwefltli g-ojsa3 Potauhod KItohen 9tattrng. Api tIo .V. RICHARDSON, Blano-street Municflo aIoIough of a¶cllsendu. 7 ...

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Public Schools and the Administration of Law relating thereto. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

Public. Schools ::and the Ad4niis tration of Law relating thereto. W? commend to the notice of our fellow townsmen of Wallsend the pubfic spirited efforts of our neighbours at Lam'bton. Not only are they unitinig for the refress of local grievances, but they are turning their atten tion to higher matters relatin to the well being of the whole colonial opulation in common with themselves. e believe that the recent meeting in con etion with the management of the La b n Public School will result in a yet mnore ecided and im portant movement, as a expression of the mind of the people upo the important sub ject of Primary' Edu tion. We believe thit while care has een taken to keep within the letter of the law under the Public Schools' Act n the administration of its provisions, th re has not been a cor responding determ ation strictly to adhere and act up to tlihat letter, and fulfil the intentions ot' its framers as decidedly xpi·essed when the measure was passed. Donominational influen...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THEATRE ROYAL NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

TIHEATIE IOYAIL NEWCASTIl, By an adLvertisement elsewhere it will be soeen that. the talented artiates, XMlr, anindl MalJ,, Ilates, app~ar at tile Theatre Royaln Newcastle, to-night, for the Inst time, when the thrilling dr'antn, in four acts, entitled '.TIhe Long Strike," will lIe produced. Sinco Mr. and Miis. latct' appearnuce inl Newcustle, in conjunction withliMfr, . lulton, Mr. Joyce, and company, they hlave succeded in drawing crowded houses, and as this play is a really fli.t.class one, we would advise our roedome not to loso the last chance affnorded of witnessing it.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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The Miners' Proposed Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

TheMliners' Propliosed Denmoi strationi. TRnoUnoi the courtesy of MIr. John Wood we have received the following letter for pullica tion (referred toin another column) : Sydney. July 1Gth, 1874. Mr. John Wood, Secretary Coal Miners' Associa tion, H.1.D. Sir,--Your letter ol the 9th inst., addressed to Chairman of the Associated Masters, has been for warded by Mr. Merewether. There has been no meeting of the Masters' Association this month, but since the receipt of yoir letter I have seen all the members of the Association. except Mr. Mere wether, From conference with the different re presentatives, I am enabled to sary, generally, their Impression is that the miners should hold their meetings separately, and urge their special argu ments from the point of view of theintcrests of the woirking men. . The masters will, co.operate by pressing on the Gvernment the necessity of uimproving the port, and will claim it from their point of view, viz.-the large capital they have.spent in develo...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MUNICIPAL BOROUGH OF WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

MUNIOIIL BUO1OU¢GHI OF WVALLSE,?n. VWe would remind ratonpayeras who consider the Radessment on their property too high, that a friendly appeal court is adlvertised to hbe held in the Council ChOamtbers, Vallscnd, on Mlonday and Wedlnesday next. We would advise those who consider the rates levied oln their property u - reasonable to attend, and thus avoid a trip to WVaratah..-- will alro he seemn that tenders nre cal ing for the formation of 0various streets in the borough.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Miner's Meetings. Wallsend Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

M~iner's IV~eetings.~ WValisend Miners. / ON Wednesday evening lrst, the usualn monthly meeting of the. above was held in the Assembly Rooms. Wal?lsend.-The local chairman, Mr. Daeid Gardiner, presided. The roll ?wah'called over, and thel secretary read tihe financial statement and balance sheet for the past quarter, ~which showed the income for that period to have-been £183 Gs. id., and the expenditure £103 10s. 8d:.; thus leaving a balance in the hands of the treasurer of £19 15s. 8d. It was carried unanimously that the balance sheet as read, be adopted.. The secretary then read a letter from the secretary of the lnewcastle Hospital, soliciting a donation. It was carried that a vote of thanks be ac corded to the. manager (Mr. Neilson), for having handed over £4, money kept back in the case of Dronsfield. The first business wa;'iespectingthe calling of the roll, when it was carried that the roll be read over at thdcohoimenucement of all monthly meetings as at present. The minutes o...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE A. J. S. BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

THEI A, J. k. DANK. 3y an advertisettlet iln another column it will be seen that the manugemvnt of this Ilank hus decided to apopen thle different branches at TVallsend and Iambton on pity Saturdays, from 4 p.mn. untt l 7 p.m., for the convenience of the nliners nud public gen. erally.-The hours specified are CIvery conv1nilnt as the pays atl. the different collorices will have theu hen mnadc, thus onnbliig thloso who desire to make deposits to do so withnout any delay.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

Liambton inelrcs. Tte usudi fortuightly meeting of the colm mi toc of this Itdge was held on Tlhursdny Iighlt last. Tie uminutes of last; meetiLg were read and confirmed. roposed anod Seconded,-" That the Se cretary request Mr. Croudice to erect a smhll olfice t tihe pit for thie pIurpoe of irralmglymg the local levies; nId in the event .of hiu nre fusimg, that we elect one ourselves.-C-arried. Proposed mand Scconded,-'" That at .the close of this quarttc any one desirlolns of cavrel ing with Robcrt I) Doncy, be informed thlat their work will not be ipuit out by the cheek weigihmao n until he pay up all arrears." Cnarried. / Tho amount of money paid to the sick was £3 18s. Sd. The meeting then terminated.

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THE WALLSEND COAL CO. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

THE WALLSN~E COAL CO. Ily the 1/erald we notice that the half-yearly mecet inc of the slhareholners was held at Sydney on 'Th'liursdny last. The fiancinl ]positionl of the Corn pany is very satisfactory, and a dividend nat the rate of 10 per cent. per annmn was declared, and l1 per share of the invested c:apital was raturned, and £18,000 placed to the credit of the protlt and loss account.

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New Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874

New iuanubton Minielrs. TiE monthly general meeting was hild on Tues day evening last, AIr. J. iippon in the chair. A lettcr of anlologv was road fronm iMr. John \'ood, MineCrs' Secretary, for his absence, on account of hils being in Sydney concerning the Coal Fiehlls' Bill. 'The minutes of last monthly gnclral mectieg were ~thean read anti confirmed. The result of the working committee's interview with the manager respecting thO follo~ting motions passed at last tponthly mcetinr was as follows:- T TJhat we demand 3d. for It. tim. props, dl. for Oft. G in., 5d. for 7 ft. O in., and id. for S ft. 6 in. props." The mnanger objected to this demand, but consented to pay one penny extra, or 4d. for 7 ft. and over. It was ttaen uotoved anrtd secornded "''That we accept the master's ternts."b It wit also mnoved, as an namncdmentt, " Tlint the rjquestion lay over for ta month."-The amendment was carried. . ., S'ho ntext mo'on from tte last monthly mareting was the extra dcmnaidtnade for shi...

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