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MR. R. TODD'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
.115t. R. T'ODD'S S,.lES. We aro iequcated to direct attention to MrI,. IL 'I'old's sales by auction at Mfr. Harris' yards, WValisend, at 2 o'clock, of horses, cows, drapery, boots, jewellery, and sundries : also, at Lamnbton, on ~Monday, nt lMr. i:. Cairns' hotel, I2 allotmelnts of land, situated in Lanubton.
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING5 V1ESSELS LOADING ,NUd4,T;LO ).-.. -Wild Wavb ri, 194,,Wilson", .... ' Lady Cairns, ship, 126(, Davis; loading New Lanb . ton -" River Lune, shii, 1 i126, WTilliams. loa;dinig Wallsend COlzean, ship, 1572;.Pirnie' 1oadina Wallsend British Peer, ship, 12:30, Savage ; to load New Durham, ship, lJS, Sexton ; to load Lambton M?alacca, French barque, 490, Rivet. ; loadingGreta lcOullum More, ship, 1686, Smith; to load Wallsend Himlaya, ship, 1008, Friston; to load Wallsend Trevelyn, shp, 1041? Lofitis; to load Wallsend John Gamble, ship;'1027; Htimmer; to load Walle ...end Don-Enr iq Peruvian-b sh 1312, MeLdoga ;?; to Sload \Vallsend..- . ,Buffoon, French ship, 691, Legrangoe; to load Co ' "operative _ " Shirra-Nevada;-Americau-nbarque, 69, Da Portland, ship, 872, Smith; to load Wallsend. Moonta, ship, 627,.Sneddoni;~to load Lambton City'of Tanjore, ship; 799; Smith; to load Wvalls end lihodcrick Dhu, ship, 1642, Calvert; to load VYaflsend Millard, bar?ue, 602, Duncan;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
BOOTS ! BOOTS ! BOOTS I N O ONE IS DRESSE)D WITHOUT a PAIR of GOOD BOOTS, which can be got at Mc~aullen'a' LAMEBTON BOOT .FACTORY, DAILY, AND) AT Marris' Asscembly Rooms, WVALL SEND, .E rVEJR Y PAY SA T'URtDA Y 4. MONDA ~Y BETTER and CHEAPEIt than at Ajl, Other HIouse in the District, as the following List will prove :. MV£en's Pit Boots ...... O6s. MEN'S PI'T 0BOOTS(superior qrual ity, with too plates) ... ... 7s. d. iMen's Elastic-Sides .s. MIen's Mock lPalmorals ... ... 8s. 6id. Women's Colonial Leather Elastic Sides.. ..... ... .. Os. Ladies', Gent's, lMaids', Youths' anmd Children's Boots and Shoes in endless variety, EQUALLY AS CHEAP, T. M?MIULLEN begs to Thank thu Initants of Lanmbton, Vallsend, Now Lamb on arata for their liberal patronage duri l e last .o years, iand to inform them that comla with the Requcst of a large nm ?of end Cus tomers, he will hold a Sale of0? and Shoes at Harria' Anaemblfy Jooms EIve u atturdaq and Mo~oay, to enable the people of Wallsed to P'URICHA...
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
IIAMUILTON. ' IT is reported here tliat two gentlemen are now on the road fiom England to take the positions of.superintendent and manager of this colliery, what truth there is in the state I am unable to say. Ouir spoifting friinds are looking forward to the reat- race between the two Watson.s which is to come off at.Maitland oan tle ath i•ist, It is tlholgbht by rome that II, WatsonI wi'll up.t ti?o. acoouint ofrhaving sprained his fpot., It qpears that he0was stepping from a verandah, when his .heel got fast, thsbs tlirow ing thi whole .weight of his body on' tihoe big too, his nk!le was 4lso sprained. a little, Thii accideit lnha pqt \s end to the betting for the present, S.The quoit matcll between, Henderson, of Greta, and Hoewison, of Hamilton, will be playcd'oio the ground apposite Mr. Williamn's Hotel, at 12 o'clocdlk n *Siaturday. Hewison is slightly.the favoulrito. The pits are .working regular fhUl inag
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
ANVILr CREEK 4WD GRrtTAA .Tsa ccntr~.fr givohi ' M g ~ off ttian. t iQQao Ssiva of tank and'fencipg. Thish um 'is III excess of tile money in hand by neiarly ~J10, but the local board very wisely considered it would e liest to borrow the deficiency and let the building of the school proceed. It is t,, be hoped that the contractor will lose no time in commencing operations, as there can be no doubt about it-the school is urgently wanted. There are a large number of chil dren, and many of them are playing about idly at home, simply for want of a school to send them to. When this -building is up it, will not nearly accommodate all of them, hibt a beginning will have been -mnad,, and when this shall have been effl'ected the rest will be. cozme easy. Our neighbours, it is to be hoped, will always be incleasing in riches, and.will no doubt be wil;ing to give some thing towards the enlargement of the school, and then something can be raised by tea m?eetinbgs, concerts, and lectures. . nhe ...
BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
'` ' ;B1JRWOOD.',: ·~· SoMI of our loading men re :ngitating for the building of a publio hill, which ii z thing much reqnired ifi thi ilighbih-nthdod; an there is noo a ht' lhe Iwilcitig whqtoeveq wheroijl a con oort, loature,tor: any.tbing pertainiing to the amusement or instruction of the inhabitants, caW,'bo-gi.yen. .It- is the-intention ,of those moving in tlhe affair toform ia company, so many shares;':'ono.pound porshaore: Jludging from the way .the public receive the matter, it will be attended with great anocess; and before next elction thoso who wit. to, r.ppe sent sti in 'Prj!c uippt; Iwil 'qit he abhi to adqsse , thldir 0ff?h iitti the l'hf'waod 'T' ltii lof oIopo hId its iusual meeooting on Minday night last.' :The atteindna~ce was good, but the noble efforts put forth to prevent the young from frilling'nundor the curse of ourn land were unappreeiatedl, that is if tli dic\'t.' ing behavionr Rn ht tltc a cj ,riweuion I" Ith inpro?ii.enit Soi'"'n t one of fl oir l tyoL ir...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
Lartest District News. (mnonM ouii VAnr:os coIlrESPO IMENT.) .. LAMttBTON. PUBLIC S1EETING A PUBLIC IMEETING of. the inlhabitants of this town was held in Mr. Stoker's Hall on Mon day evening last. Thl obcject of the meeting was-first; to tnke'.into consideration the con templated rise in the Public School fees by the Conncil of Education n; ad secondlyv the general management of theu- Lambton Public iSchool. There was a fair attendancei, The chair was occuipied by T. Abel, Esq., Mayor of Lambton, who commenced the proceedings by reading the advertisement convening the meeting .hie hnev. opicer W cod then ndtlressetl tile neeting. He said that he thought the room ought to have been better filled on the occasion, and he was surprised that there was not a crowded house, as people were generally aroused when their pockets were touched. iHe then* delivered a very forcible address bearing upon the maitter in hand. He1- said that the Council of Education had taken what he considered to be...
Municipal Intelligence Wallsend Council. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
TVallscie d Council, ON Thursday evening last a meeting of tl:e above Council was held in the Council Chambers, Murnain-strcet, Wallsend. Pre sent :-T'he Mayor, Aldermen Neilson, Walker, Hogag, Laing, Harris, Birrell, Riclhardson, and Curry.-Tlie. minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. - COllniESPONDEflyNCEI; The Council Cler.k i-ud hltters received from Mlessrs. Bux'ton and Cliarlton; requesting that a clheqte he forwarded to them for- their. duties as valuators; also, from J. Y. Nceilson. Easq., stating that a cneque had been placed in the bank to the credit of the theCouncil. for the sumn of 6£171 19s. 3d., theo amount of 'rates levied on the Wallsend Company's estate, but staling tile complany held -to themselves the powe' to appeal angainst, the amount next year in tie evenlt of thoe same rates being. "levied.-The Clerk also read a copy of a letter lie had written to Mr. Chlarlton, informing 'limn that their matter was postponed until any *'apleals that might be r...
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
MiINMI. ON Wednesday nlast a Coroner's inquest was held on the body of Mr. Brittlo, who was found dead on the morning previous. Before the inquest a post mortoem -examination of the body was made by Dr. Schrader, who found that death had ,resulted through pulnonary anpoplexy. Thejury returned a verdict in ac cordance with the medical testimony. July 31, 1874
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 August 1874
NEW LAMBTON. Tmc'Financial Committee in connection with the New Lambton Miners' Lodge met on Thursday nilght last to fix the levies for the incoming pay. The President in the· chair. The levies areas follows: -Check-weighiman's levy, 7d. per man; Accident Fund, 9d. per man; Urnion Fund, 2d. per man ; making a total of ls. 6d. per man. The sum of 9 12s. was ordered to be paid to the siclk.--Ir. E. Owenl then asked the opinion of the Com mittee witlh reference to finding four piclks. It seems he Whas in the act of cleaning away small coal from tihe rib side to start' a pillar, and he found four picks. HIe was requested to hold them in his possession until they wera described by their brands, and to deliver them up then, but not before. Strange to relate, all the picks are of differenti brands. It in a groat pity, but the parties who buried them could be found out.-Mr. John Wood honoured the committee by his presence, aqd gave a statement of his interview witih lr. Fiarnell (Minister f...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
,Siii:,---\\Vil yct, i ,liijit t'y inl',,inin.. ie? whe.th,.* it is w~th ti lhe ru.?i- f tile .l iners.' A?sor:iitiin tI nilhiw the iiljlule li?4 the h nets' (Union tio tenler flil stli do iiliou r'oit.i' wiok "ut of the Ipit,, snitl iut if tt1 eir o\nul wo'ek,--tiint i,, lot gettingl ceo ,-antli while the plits :r: in full work? I 1n. cil. y(ill' obetlileot telvilo;t, A O\' KlI N-iC ,IAAN. - Welicid, .\ug. :t, h7T4. [lThere is inothing iih thei rules oi the ilincri, Unionll t4o prlove'?ll it.? Imlemlber1.? fromtn lld(1"ing, pr'o vldetd it is nIt easla gettinlg r ? woik connelteul tleol'e wit'ht. Dit, SiM /indeiiniig/ sat slil tises t tals .i resist (c thle plrioe of l llulsul. nlld tle Unlion hlavii s iloci ectistatishei l t kpicel. t' it, we tihillnk the lslnllmels clilull lit rm lTiteniilice tenulerl in in fisln'in liossilble.- ED. .11. A. rlul .. II.]
WALLSEND SCHOOL OF ARTS AND THE DEBATING CLASS. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
j\a'Al l.-C'aisC AOOL JF' AJl'fS ANI) riii15 ('As tro' I4;foa* of thoe Mi,arot~' Adico atc.) T~istaa 8ao:.-1 urttejarlod tita debatat of thle \\Va~C:trcd Sutaoal I of Art, detaliatiog lau (ILOn W1 \CalaauodI:ay' of\ra i 'oar Jauat;, with a view of saatiafyiaag· Iny mar oujay,( w-jIaI~ ai air,,i Iaaalll ed bl~Y thaal lot tea (a II I 8iiiahl~l aa:ay correipul lldataca± iil u ajauclii yaa iaalul iata enyoul by "A imr Uuatuiacmr." 'J'iaa~aa, wrcle am gonit niamnijer Iar,aaaent, anL1 jtaulbgiaal fi'ona the Haata jcet alelattedl, army " Slamaia 'i aL rpeaabraal·I IParljaa montn ¶'ite? HccX:. Ila 1 (a ri~ iawtr O~ianiailk air· tlaamt of lanaj ea,aiat~tiu craai iaal1 1 I roalali gula 8"tiejiacuw \liii out; aaam (hao tnoe am ':.rhaauauaatnrv jataaaaaaaa thet aaailiaatal.aiaa launlches, v·iz., .ICLI.H ~\iS tlit, 'Ilaaraacr, JhiatarltOaa. amiad the U:rv·. slr W usCtamioti I co IUalCal flalaia thcU! 1a h~iotiat, it tiara aafalaoaataota wrcl~ airgiiaieaIu' iii], tail, couldl brlingF out l'ehat'c...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
(T7o th/r ditoir of thn, .1fh-ifru' Aiditcocalre. ) Sxti,-Will you'pernit thi, throughli the columins of your valluable imId .widcly-cirurilnted journal, to olter f few rlemarks on tie Ipulitc iuecit ig lately held hero to conoider tIe maInitginent of the. Lstni-. ton Public Scholl. There cl n le 11 ii ndotibt but intt .uir. Lewis's letter, throuigh tle coltiunns of your paper, exposinir some iriegulnanritis ll tihe mnitinge mont., was the cause of tihe requisiioni beincg got up, n.kiiig 1he lii iivyor to couvue the iiceting. i; aippears to hivce itwlkecued tlhp p.cop'l iis > sense of their duty (or. rss you prop;erly pgt. it in yo.R nable lcador of \Vcl nosldhy Insr, from thelir ipathy), Not being a render of the Ohronicle, it wans by more clhanco that 1 knew a moiclint was to beo hlld, and 1 lknow tlhero were scores il the snma position ns ittysolf, othelor wise tile nItcutodnllc would hlive ioonl muchl Inrger thant it. wis, for the object was one thant dtclply liltolrosted us ...
LATEST GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
,AJI.r:E?TH1 €;ile?NI'AI, SI.?WS. ifty men lhavin been tihrown out of culrlploy ment at Moonta, nuid eighty lt the Vnl inroo mitsc. lMuch diattisfactim is felt :lmone the uiltersi.-'I'he ketlh' iDumie of IEdlinmhmmbmghl. from laumnecsioni to ilolmrmlom, is Ilsl. All II hands wer saved.C In thie inluprmmm Co(urt, SyduCV.'oln Momnday, the official as.idlmep in the esctte .f] E. D:. Cleary (late stolrekeepe:r it N?we\\' tIm,) Ibroughlt' lll'lnitir m ngruinst the Livelpool, Londmon, mud milobje Inmureance Coim Imunlly, for tlime reeCoVcV mlf tb I Cii, m}mlnTllllt GseeiC( tld be policy of inisrm'ace. 'hit caSe is lilklly 1to imt somiC IdayIs.-IIfn the share markemc on Me ondmly coal sharies wet. firn . W\'ll. Id 15.l. ,x miv. Ii goill irc few sales.