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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
* AItATAII. Jus?-befor tile arrival of the Maitland train on Tuesday mnorniug;two horses belonging tu 1r'. Stamer bolted from near the schoolrooin, and dashed down into Station-triceet at-a terrible pace. Mr. Stamer, who .was in the dray, held on 'to the reins until he was nea' .iLr. Thomas' hotel, when, fearing nacapsize a? .letnrur ofthoestreot;he le) gothe reinq,-and o. pat o.,,tl6 , hind partof tile dr~y.ns ost.he ouldiotljnat' y without rmuch injury-'Tlh 'orses kept on, and took the tuin towards the station. -A horse and dray was standing opposite Mr. Arnold's hosed, which .had a narrow escape-of being run' -into :by the- rtb sways,- who kept on past the station, and werd not pulled up nntil they reached the Folly. Fortunately no danger was done,-,which is a wonder, as the streets, were lineild. with chi iren op. their wae- to Achoo1l.ate e timeno of the pppnrrpnpp, - - . hle t nels re wprkling pyecry day.
ORIGINAL LINES. LITTLE EDWARD'S DRAWER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
L1TTLE EDWad i) DitAWE k It.is sony a tornl little coat, thrown by in thi! drawer for to mend, That m lkea our hart. throb as we look, and o'er it Sso thoughtfully bend. ah, me I but a deaur little form in memory's glass iiueu ajI~j.Ma ti And t I1·tim eo yof 'i? hinad it come no feelingly It is only a' wnorn little shoe, too old for any to wear, That's m*3kinuL our heal to ache so, and causing this choking sob here.... Wvhy keep it ? Oh I throw it away,3-for it is of no use at all. Still, re ndus it, and arefuy touch, while the tears :ke rain dlothli fall. It ii only a lIttIe b!?ue cap, with its fe,ther and S buckle o ndim : It seems but its. yesterd a';: >ough, he wore it so pretty and trim. . . Andl we lov' :as we leook' ' o.4?at fair young face, What hl.a so nearly rul?l?.?s . e . Ah ! what :have wehereinthiscoiner pack'd tight,f A whip nod a 1all, a top and a kits, With:snmndl blocks of woo.l, andl tin cal-ur'd bright, For tiorsemeii and'soldiers dress'd ri'dy for fight. VWe'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
'UB~TANI'j 0 '.clciitol FEMA 1.\l1l S~fVN\.1'J \l ItS. COWE'ILL, - ~ l'l~ctttslmrl~. . T~t[I~ tiiwuyil~slu SicprR pyt i340 Waiiimonti. .N 0TIC E 7AN'i'~ oin~i: ~jjnim i fr: thile-on· r: A whit h.I t~ vi LW jyt iti i t. Al A Muuih ' ' £2 vi .hc iqttnl t '8`ca~ 1 01to q~pib !4hi. . *a.t1 I~(I'1~ J~iO I·IO.Uf~E uuld SIIOP. 'i~na ((alc tpL3t~J ck 200~ InI ROui± an apIpiCati(a\ to thoal nig . teaulain ova· adrcllossol.* 'I'Iuc ]lowest: o~r y toadacl hout ai:swessuu~iI'- ccapft'od .1G2 \'al~nW~ead Collicty nlot. gadr~o sviII lao A~~~l I)lcn~ fYI~l· ~ lJTo ,n lily h!11002. JC)HY W\ lW)OKas' Wnlonad, A !g. uzd Iff74. MI SfhiO LZS ift. I'7 ZIZ~l1:\ Ur (.1.lcl~r d r ((flit.'.,.c~~l rlrr THE S3PE2Y AMlLETON, · H \ I N( VL't Fl. 4\irFA~c'nt4' 'IT DRWN brtwcoi uttqoaa ff~oa. aol \'ato of Dl . I SPECAI TR~t~n31G I~'HRA I~N ·. Sr371~Ni)Ells. will l,u reccivcdl unftil I"IOJAV,\. itl· A.. 14'~ru .AUGcu'1 1874, lot· Cuar~lunn, lfoz:,rsjsri 'I'rcUINOU nold GltavIsLl~gO1 the ~followingM.S~~~l Cmn itcco...
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. ODDFELLOWS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
4~NYIL 4CIJCH:~qIE~K_4'JD ODDIELLOWVS' MEETING. I A' inELIIlNAn Y meeting of the Grand ITnited Order of Oddfollows iwas li?ld? 0fi' Friday evening aInst.at Gellatly's Greta Inn, but ow'ing to the inclemency of tlboiweaon f'er -I@he att epi.` pe wves em.pll- r 'h',1e, few haq w itoi. the proper authorities at .;WOrathl, in. fooming theom of their desireo to :oipen a lodye nt Greta. In the meantime a gentleman (Mr. Wagdon) in connection i.tlh the Odd fellows at.Wallqend, hearing of the Greta men's desiro, had taken time by the fore lock,- ind 'came up on his own responsibility. On his arrival at Grota a meeting was iy ". oi veo as'yell flld o y yp9to oaud iube. S r.Wagdon, District. Master, on coming forward, said that he had been connected b ith almost every order or friendly society "I|o Ji.S iziiiid that man was' not, ho'n rri lau]iiadflt 2110. ]He wa.e dcediil, to lw.p his I'obrlowr 2in, and in ni. warV could he dn ii, lelter tIhan by joining a fricenlly society. :1le was prudl, h...
CO-OPERATIVE MINING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
(From the Newocastle l eek?-Timen.) lit. C,-operativr Mi,~jii Soeciety is a grel t ..d gro,,,i-g t;,t. hlie .in iufet5 ,fvorti, liiiberland and Dupiiilifive ir a'o t, ha've collieries of tll.i oiiwn, aid th h'r Iv n iiade n tood stlait in the direction of ccanlwnllrshl ,. IPurelsinlg \IMonkwoiud, near Chcstne.fieel. Ihuy have had tui go ratlh rfier foaa.,fieldl fur their A pit; but i.- belleve-d tint't lugl before :l?e S~ouitiy has exiian-ted lthe ieiters of tih. i llihabet in naiiiinc their collievies tlicy will halve .olitained Riie hol on the Northern Cod, field. lon? I:kcw.-o d roenvl ty eilbrSces tlireeL hillndiedl and'L"tienlv feir lvies ilrunwiiroogllt;li tIlle. averm?eS heiglilt 'f- thle siwes is four feet ind .a h'lf i iclies. Jle coal is very clean. end of exce.llent quanlity,,with a sten~dy decinlld. Ihe oint-ptll at iresi i.et is abutnt two hulil llred til!i fifty tons a lay anal there nrec a lready -iglity-fuiir clke ovens Cn'ti g rocicid. .Tihere is ltariu i eofv evill...
THE REFORMED BUSHRANGER. (A TRUE TALE.) (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
THE REFORMED BUSHRANCER. (. TRUE TALE.) (Continued.) Wg T AT do you mean ?" said the Buccnrro, S" did you kill him." " I didl," said the man. " And you killed the'man, anll come here to me, h stranger, and gasB about it. Lock here, stranger," lie said, " I have seen niany a better lman tha.n you get hin brains blown out for less tl sa that. What do you know but the man you ,i illed was nmy brother. Anm what do you know lint I imight take you ta. the samie spt, anild kill you. Now, I have. seen ninny a luin who hius killed scores of menl, nnd yet, you will never hear then, -llwing about it. It's'my opinion, stranger, you never killed the mann. at all, I'ur only" This conversation of killing men had drawn *a grod few listeners. W.hecn the Uinccarr,, Ilad finlished speaking lihe rame from Ilia sea' and st retched,.lhis huge.lilnbs anmong thetim. and commenced to pace the foor of the lbt, and said never a word. 'The man alayer dried up. ThIe Iendlord, Young, who was half drunk, bawled o...
THE MINERS' DISPUTE IN WEST YORKSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
THE MINE1RLtS UlsPUTlf IN WVEST YORK.SIR 1E:1 (From the .Leeda W8eekly.) A COu'wTare steppaie hta taken place at all the c,,llierics in this district this mrnirmug, in conseiqujtnce of a refiiajl of the variots "e ll .loyeri to prolohtg the uniuil rate of prices ,ill thlie fil award of ile irbitrative measures 1no0 ill culllrt?O f Itprugl'es?. A large Cltantity of bouts and wnggons are co;seqiuently lying at the cal staiLhs empty. Mlast of thlo :eun are of o(,iihitn tlhat nio re dnetiji s],tubti lie mtade itn tli iipiesi:nti rate of w ages till cal itself is rteduced below twelve s'iillings per tol, -as tha:t ii r-,purted to be tlhe • ttlemtnt of any (questio. likely to arise con :irltilig ntv reduclion ithlie SJntlh Yorkshire listrict. 'ljte fart plulhliied to the men that ll It.intis ofcal ]:havel been t?aloceil seveln iuiillitgs per tont all round thie ,istrict dies ult tlcessitate ?tiuci ani atllnll1tii of peulr'tllttge to bie reducecd ut twiaty cillirties wIhere the hi.ck coal ...
SOUTH YORKSHIRE COAL AND IRON TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 5 August 1874
$SOUTU Yoltik~illliE COAL AND ILON TRADE;. BA? NBLEY, ?Lridny-* t0 of thle conn trade in this district was acarcelycpy.er known to kill so depFiessed a .condilitoln aI thii IO.i'd of tire your. Thie intqurhit(s fuor. lhoisedil ld qnalities are yvmy quiet., although pijecs narl ltalling,.aol offers aap hoing nmiado .elonw ittoted lists in 6ruler to'iempt bueors. Tj' business doing withli4j.? din anti other' ma?'kte. is limited, anid tliere ,is also a lmmikl;ed "dmicIn.Oess in i1lbedemand of.stuiamepqa.l althtugh sime .td the loeamers har cl~ dmnenced Io riin. ]Engino nt?], upiscelmc re *only in moderte retquest, at prites gry siich hielow what they wereo last year. N.le icoke trado is not so activeas it was. .Y T j ro is nbtoso nich doing. with Nolrth Ainoolnshire, the furnmces i?n which districts are diawing Ilarge snl~lpies. It;om"l ltiddImshli ough andi the liNolth of Eng alad district go.clrt ly. Tie ioi arnd .lt.l trado oare stendy; p?" iron is produced in Il ' dlz ii* ·tidi fol...
LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
L.3CAL I1I'IIOVEMIII'NT5. \Ve are plceased to notice that improvements are continually being madnle by our enterprising tVowns •men ill\nll alsend. Mr. Ltundy Ihas added to his hlotel accommodation, and is thus in a position to receive additional customers. Mr. J. 1'. Tyler is about litting up his large s1hop beneath the Council Chambers, for a billiard room, and being apnirtfrom the reach of liquor, it might prove a source of at traction to those who like a game of billiards, but refranin flrom engaging in them because they have a prejudice agailnst public houses.\-We believe that hMr. Harris is also about enlarging his plade for the purpose of hIaving larger billilard room.accomnmoda tion than at precent.--Mr. it. Johnsen's two-storied brick building is fast approaching completion, and when linished will be a really fine buildiug,-it is intended for nn hlotel.-The additions Mr. Snm mcrville is mnaking to his building near thle 'Ves leyan chapel, are also nearly completed, and the ...
LAMBTON BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
LAMhIBTON BUILDING AND XVEIT31ENT HOCIFITY. 'The usua:l nlonthly meetillng of the Wnlisehld share holders of the above society was held at Mr. 'Trotter's Wallsend Colliery Inn, on lWednesday evening last, for the receipt of subscriptions, sale of ad vances, and balloting for two resident directors to serve the ?Vallselnd shareholders. The receiving director wvas Mlr. Chas. hlarper, and the secretary (Mr. T'. Abel) was also plresenlt. The sum of -?OS I1i. ,Id. was piaid in as subscription and redempltio mlonecy, and thirty-one new shares were takecn out. The ballot for the two resident dircetors resulted as follows :-Messrs. Alex. :ioss, -2; l. Maddison, 17: E. Abel, 14; wV. Gilmore, lu; '. Todd, 8; and J. Nelson, 5.
THE WEATHER AND THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
THE 5VEATHERU AND TUE· ROADS. Tihe wearther during the past.week lhas been pierce ingle. cold, and during Thursday night and all day on ir?iday a very cold and stpady rain fell, making the roads utterly impassable. Wc are pleased to notice, however, that since the Council invested the iMayor with power at the last meeting to use his own.discretion respecting imrnprdrc6vemenls, severjsl o the worst places have. beei temporarily repaircd. 1Ve allude to Harris' and Dravis' bridg.s, where severatl loads 'bf brnass and stone have been carted. W\e would rend tihe .1layoi, howcvelr, that there still remain mevcral positively dmlangerous places that require his attenution.
[?]UCE [?]N OF CALEDONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
, OH Ot N O I oAT.JOINIANA. On Taicly evennic last ni |n'iolini of soen inltor'ostoil forming n elan of tne above wai heldl at 14r. l iter'is Hotel, W?~nllsd. l'lhro was a :gooBligusI anid the secri. t r?.(r 1. ??krd) ha:. ikindly fairod us with tlih fo lowtinrilutcs of ibusiness insaotla :-Titleo: That t?in' associn tioin shallonlllci-the J 'roioharhlooid of Onliedo nHias," alio oomposed of an unliniicid number of iunptnbers a C a Olall. ObtjIctf i Th:ithe obioct:; qt this Ansation shall bu .or Scochm'n to keeoop groan. in tl: .romoinbralco the land of'tlhoii'foro fathors, byastoring a love for Sodftisli'lturatourt 'and the mnc)ra and custonms peculiar fo Saotland, by gnatherlnugotlior in hlrirnony, and alsbby com ' iomoratinglo anniversary of those days in tHie anoiont" andldorn history 'of Sootland, whioh are held in reaplby the Sootoh nation, espscislly the anni?verhrsinL tt. Androw,-this patron *saitu of Scotland. A to assist, it intllir power, .Sootclh pdbiplin idlst , whethel...
VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
VISIT OF· TIIPI I1N1sl1Jfl 1Rofl wOally Ill 1* Itst jatina W~o 1111101 that it woon thle inltotialn lf M inister. 'r \VOrksf tOviti~t Sowcarto11o an PtO(l2 tilO. rining t~owusnipg ohio.. (Iaw TIluiroday fl1ol, 1Mr. Sot~hcrlnaid, accamc~lllpo(e( b the Corn flihlo~ir forl ItainylrSa (blip. 121no), nrrlivol inl Now 01(111' Doriit ti~o utoriog~ MI, Su thcrlnndi hi~i~toril (1(01 srr~o0l' tiiol wihgr(eo mlid OrallIw, t~he lp Prlitcra tt theo steamers'~ whnrf, tho 11011011 1101110, r? Chr poblio~iihiii( 051(105o oc~nitiugl~ into 11wc cain~n·nopl~n~or (101p1101lh 101( 13 tliolhe rnlns~wi~o w01(ree na dbyr 111(1 bItG Tailway sooi~ieiit. TLhe :bii! fcloIoelv~ol (1 (lC1letltlfl1(r respecting the Vtl11t 15111it11)1(ft slhi~(ln~glllb en(oliln01inhiion n tt *fowlnodinat tliioMilhilitr IIoLIS 1I(111 j111011(l to visit Ilioiiihk tc~f~lhllHpiF oIL this oeitson~i~,· Atlor 1cm~ leg 'Nqgtlo 1(0 ~pI000t4101 (3- spticiii 11(1111 for ~n1t1 wol~hll i 1Ol~l(1 tr a-dayn (Anlolw 11((11(y) i\\c Ii --\~RJ'u~y'I...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
TO ()lliRESPONDENTS. -" Correspondents Are requested 'to adhere' to the following' suggestions to ensure insertion: To write oily on one side of the paper, to write in clear and distinct characters, and to avoid all scurrility or offensive personality. Each writer will be required to forward his or her name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. '* :··----- ~ ||A---i AND A o lTH TDIRUM 1l3 LAND RECORDER. .. 'SATTUDAY,' ATTGTUST 8, 1874.:
ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
, . ACCll?NT., . lai nmoed George Grills met with' a painufaincc' nt on Thursday Inst. -His' brother was cuittieg 'od when a pice-Qflow out anid struok him on thel olor lip, cutting it cnmpuotely ioeross. . Ht6O asl p?mptly attinlded to by ti OClarke, who put' tlhrco sohes 1n, Inuil ho is now progrossinl,-A minor \l1st working In the Wnllsond pit on Wolledncsdy, hInn largo pioco of coal fall on his foot, crushing it soroly, so that ho will be off work for some time. Unr jDr. Clarke's careo he is also improaing. *