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SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
SYDNEY. F'riday. The second half-yearly mooeeting of the Anvil Creek Coal Compnnv was held on Thursday. The report show-ed nettl profits amounting to £18300 5s. Id.; and £1000 reanlised from sale of lands. No dividend was declared. Wallsed coal shares, 15&. and 15'0 ax div. Tlhroee distinct slhocks of earthquake have been felt at Orarnge. The official issignee in Cleary's cstate ag'ainst the Liverpool and London uand Globe Insurance Company, is still unfinished. The racehorses Lord ,John and Corisande have arrived from Newcastle. ... . .. . . . ?_ _ _m m
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
NEW LAMBTON. Tna Waratah Company's new pit at' John's paddopk is pow about 50 feet down. It is pretty soft sinking so for, but very wet, the sbhaft .maling from four to .ye hppdrp4 gallons of water per hour. If the manager does not got the engine put up soon the work will be very much impeded, as the whim is too small to lift both dirt and water quick enough to keep the bottom of the .shaft clear. ' ' ' ' Tho'pit is working regularly this week. August 7, 1874.
Latest District News. LAMBTON. STOPPAGE OF SATURDAY NIGHT TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
Lia~test 'Disitrict: "Ne t. (ano uxr v41tqo uS CnmONxSDENTS.) LAMBTON. STOPPAGN OF *SATURDAY NIGHT TRAIN. A. POunio .MeETiiSa of tha inhabitants 'of Lambton and neighbodurlhood was ,old 'in Stokors' Hall on Thursday evoving. last, T. Abel EsCq., in the chair. There was a lar?oe 'attendance. . * '.'. V Tile Chairman, in his openig.romarlks, said that the meeting- had boon callod by the Saturday night train- aomruitto6. The donm mittooe having-heard that &lt;M, Moo0.dy Ihad deci'de' to put a sbptb.' tothe' nninEig of! the Saturday niglt t?riin on,'accotfnt of theo ??n anrable tider attached to theb?vordict of the jury, at the inquest on the death of Andrew Tunnoy,, they thought it their duty to call the inhabitants to~ethor, ih qrder thtt steps might lie taken as quibc]y as possible. .~A deputation from the coam ttoe had. visited Mr. Moody, who exlpressdcifi determilnation to allow no.more trains to run on thbe Wa:ntah .r~lpq n~~ Mr. C. Harper then moved,- ' Th,& 1rthi...
POETRY. HINTS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
a HINTs TO~ ORRESPONDENTS. -r.Write uponpages of. a sigl_.e...... ,,'-, ,,_ro.s all your t',''ai?l neatly dot your i's ;'- . ~'' Oiniidse only let your linem lie seen . lJoth sides filled up announce a Verdant Green.' Coedf?-i-ye',.re-c rrcct-all that you write, And let your ink be black, your paper white ; For spongy foolscap of a muddy blue . ?.Betrays a mind of the same dismal hue. Then send it off, and lest it merit lack, E?nclose the lfBtt.ge stamps to send it back ; ]Batfir paliiylliejo0stage on it, too, Sreuitors'lookl blcikbon "sixpence due," "-.Aldhnurmur as'they run the effusion o'er, ' A shabby fellownand a wretched bore !" :Yet ere.it goes., take off.,a copy clean WVriters should own a copying-machine; Little they know the time that's spent and care . In search for papers vanished-who hnows where; Bear this in mind, observe it to the end, ' : .'And you shall makle the printer your friend. :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
Shiscrtiscitants. " 7ANTED, Mal FM~ALE SERVANT S Ap 11y to?.A MI1S. COWELL, . C3 ., ,:o110 Hotel, 'lattsburg, Wallsend. WTANT'I'ED, a UC£EiR, to Slaughter and V : Drive.a and Cart, .,:. ' : ' -" -'I-. WILKINSON," 543 .Plttsuburg. To Bi un . A, M TO SPLIT SShintigle way Sleep i. Apply to ,E . JOH -N ON , 0thnmobrlaldotel, .40 . . W, send. ,Tenders. fI EN'T.:ERS arc'in'ited t the 24th inst., for the Li ElECT'I'CION |(I-lOUSE and SHOP. Pln an d Specilc c en on appllication to thlfQehloersignhl d- . rs are addrcessed. Fhte lowest or Iany ert necessarily nucoptedli JOSEPH TlROTTER, , 5M9IS .. .. ., . - \Vallsind Colliery Inn. ";ltEN l ae hita t.. he e Elr TIONotheO ._,, .' O IURH, Wallsend, on c;r liefdrel EArcnrtIA , 1'lrut Atmrtj, T'jeildr, will bo reoeived fotr ill the ivorak in' oIu njc.I.the masoni nla. oetu,4mnter's work i e tat.o ruins. deili te also reeostod for'tlihe COMI LW.TION. of the 1. C ..1P ?iN TIEY ie Iiambtdion * ': Slo1eso t tondd~ ~iut necosaiily tio no acdptedh For l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
SEbcrtiscttactt. GELLATLY'S GRIETA INN, 1IGH-S'? IRET.\. M IL V. GEL''LATLY (:n old residont of this locality) begs to inform his nuinerou friends and the public generally thai hle still col1nt:es to carry on busin?les in the above Hlotel, tnd has always on hand LQU~OCIS of the CHOIJEST' BRANDS. 'T:ravellers can find every accommodlation for bht mant and horse. RED LIox Ho·i'0TL, TEAllUATU. EDVIDWARD THOMAS, havingjust openedl the above, will be gladt ot ri hi~ hl frelnds and the public generally, ?'ore they will find the greatest civility, and the Liquors of the best quality, which cannot be equalled in the districlt. LUNORH AT ALL HOUB.S. Goon rTAir.isrN AND AccoMOraoDAI?ArTN JrOl T'l.'vElILut.s. iS I MiB4IN ' ArMS, 1 I NM?M I. ili I muich i · as much le:Yi in atnnounecing to the nhalitant?s of iljinn I?id distric that hlie has OPENED -THE ABOVE HOTEL, situated in tohe heait of ininni troehslip. First-class Liquora of every description always on hand. and ample Accommnodation for ...
THE REFORMED BUSHRANGER. (A TRUE TALE.) (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 August 1874
THE REFORMED BUSHRANCER. *i.. ' (A TRUE TALE.) " .* (Contintued.) - W E then had dinner and after dinner I was . lyiing in.the tent, very nearly asleep, wvhen he nud'ged; me with. his.. elbow, saying, '" I Bsy, [bpy,; I:have, often-.hlad-·:.min.d.to tell you ofthm"storyi'f niy. life,' if you'listen, I will - tellito you now." -.:;;: 1 had earnestly wished for this, and had often tried to lead linm on to it,:b but: he has often. turned it off again in some way or.other : * I '. did not like to ishow myself too'?oager, I care lessly replied, "All rightrgo on." "Well, now, beforeb Ifiegi," lie caid, " What I. am goiii tb tell you no man ever heard a '. ijBldeal. of it before, buit I need not tell you ".t.l. 'i'y' 'ac:ions, will: speak.. for them selses 'L. .. ' ,. ; ,Without any, more preface 'he began thus: " My father was a shepherd on the Bonnid Hart Tell Mountains; and my earliest recollec tiuo. dates black to.a'twb roomed cottage beside a' wipling biirne, ruiining among green brae...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
(To the Editor of the Miners' A decoelze) Sin,--tIn my latter, which you kindly published in your Saturday's issue, by mistake I am mnade to promise "a heavy compensation." WThat I dil say was "a lhearty co-operation."' Now, sir, as I have been very much twitted by those who know me as to the amount of comnlpnsation (which of course is construed into a donation) that I am going to give to the proposed Mineis' Intltitute, perhaps you will be kind i'nough to correct this slight mistake, either in the following doggerel, or any other way that you may think proper :- .. "Gude sir.your printer's de'il has brought Mod into tribulation, . By making rde the'promiser..... '.Of .' a heavy compensation. But gin ye would print in gude clear type. SAccordisig to dictatiqn, .... ., ,,,, The sentoence would be found to.read ' A hearty co-operation.' " Yours, respectfully, : AN ANVIL CPREEKER. Au. .tgust 11, 1874.
TENDERING. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
I · TENDERING. (Tol theeditor of thie irbers' .Advocate.) :.i;,--n your iasuo'of TVWednesday las3t I see "A 'Vbrking Man" enquiring ' 'Whether it is' within the rules of the'Association to allow the members of the Miners' Union to. tender. for. and do ]a bourers' work,.-that. is,. not' getting coal,-and while the pits are in full worlk ?" 'Io Which you reply, "That there is nothing in tlhe Union rules to prevent a member from tendering, provided that it is not coal getting, or work connected therewith." If I ulderstand you aright," a miner has no right to tender for any sort of work at all. Coal getting he cannot tender for and remain in the Union,-to drive a tunnel in clay, or a drift in stone, or get a prop in the busl, he must not, under any circum stances; neddle with, as they are connected with coal getting. TI'his is' positively stating. if a mari once gets coal, he mustremain it minoer to the end of time,-no more open air work for him. Nonw, Mr. Editor, I am a " working miner...
MR. LEWIS AND THE SATURDAY NIGHT TRAIN. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) ["Thou comest in such a questionable shape that I will speak to thee."] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
MR. LEWIS AND THE SAATURDAY NIGHT TRAfIN. ' (To the &i#or qf(h e Minert Advocatd.) (?'Tho ?ejma?.t in rsoh. aetian ble shapethat I Bla,--In your columns of Saturday last .appears three letters, two beiring the signA ture of Eva?i Lewis, senior, Lambton, the other bsrin the ' slgnature of Thomas Oroudace, allevidently with the iutention to foist on sue an hbntslI :falehodd, -an to cover their own questionable veracity. With your well-knowin disposition to give fair play tb all,, Ie orae .-or indulgence While I 8gie g vmrion, and good thing it is th the " & i ]" ?n L:aitu Lewis that I stated at thcyinbli. meeling.jhat~ several deputationgs of 3th b usneas j.cople of Lambton wadifdd;t2?O nMr, "Crouidace to oppose the running of the Saturday .train is a most barefacedand unmitighted untrath; such woids never came from niy lips, an'd openly- charge him with wilfully writing this stateenert, when to knew, it.wasfalse, for the purpose of annoy ing me, edcanso thie trthi sit...
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
rOLLOWAa'S OINTMYe T AND PILLS. Bore Throata, Diphtheria, and Bronchitihy.-Theso medicaments boldly face the evils they profess to remedy. Local reli and general purificatlo poi gresa together; disease is cured, while the w0ole system is cleansed. Holloway's Ointment rubbed on the throat and chest exercises the most beneficial influence over sore throats, diphtheria, and cough, whether resulting from catarrb, asthma, or bron* chitia. This Unguentacte miraculously.in arresting the extenston of sores, healing ulcerations, curing skin diseases, and completely stopping all destructive inflammation, irrespective of tts'excitifg cause, character, situation, duration, or severity. Hellop way's Ointment, aided by his Pills, gives iminedlate and most marked relief to those irritating'itchings and painful swellings of the shins occasioned by. mercury or latent syphilitic vir`us.-Advi.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
TO lORRESPONDENTS. C("rrespondents are requested to adhere to the following suggestions to ensure insertion : To write only on one aide of the paper, to write in clear and distinct characters, and to avoid, all scurrility or a ofensive pernonality. S Each' writer will be required to forward his or her name, not necessrily for publication, but as a guarantee of oo r'. [ l " -- 1 1 She Aginers' gherite,, N?ORTH TI!UMBER.LAND- RECORDER. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1874.
THE AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
THE Al5TRALIAN OINTMENT. To Mr. Harper.-On Monday I was bitten by a centipede, and my finger conimenced to swell, when, having seen advertisecments relative to the merits of the Australian Ointment, I bought' a~fi~ot, and applied it; and, within an hour r got reief from pain, which I consider was wonderful, as for tw\o nights I could not get any sleep or rest, and by con* tinuing the applicatinn, in a .day or two I was qoite cured. I thinkit is nothing but right that having received such wonderful benefits from its use to msake'it public.-.LoPOLD MORGAN, Enmore.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
P~OFESSOR PETE?RhSON'S MIXTURES.. TPBROFESSOR PETERSON, . in thanking the Inhabitants of Wallstnd, Newcastle, and District generally for the patronage they have extended to him since commebcing practice with HIS MIXTURES, which are CERTAIN CURES FOR - Rheumatism, Cancers, ... Bad Legs, Tumours, :." Toothache, .Chilblains, Corin, &c., &c., wishes to direct attention to the following Testi timonials which he has reeeived; andhe is confident they will speak for thenmselves. TESTIMONIA'LS sfrdith "Langoon,Marceh 10, 1869, . Isufferedwith a painful scalded leg, with a large hole in it, for a period of ten years, and tried many medical men without any apparent signs 'of success. I thien tried Professbor 'Peterson's Mfxtures, which perfectly cured me in 14 days.? . MAIrY OLDoiT. Quenn~beysan, August 12, 1870. Having suffer?d for 14 years with most severe r'ieumatic pains all over my body, whichi.rendercd me unable to get out!o£ my bed. I resolved at Inst. to try Professor P...
The Working Classes and the Coal Trade in England. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
The Working Clasaes aiii the Coal Trade ln Mngland. RECENT advices from home give us fuller in the coal. trade in England and Wales, and the consequently high prices which have alarmed consumers and oaralised trade, than the' meagre intelligence conveyed by tel grams. It is remarkable, however, that notwithstanding .the national interest and ,anxiety created on the subject, no satisfac tory solution appears to have been arrived at by any of the numerous people who have given their attention to the anomaly. That it is an anomaly is beyond doubt, indeed it reaches a higher grade in the scale of social. problems, leading us to the conclusion that cause.sare in operation entirely beyond our fcapabilities of detection as they probably are. beondl human control. • aonmists and other thoughtful pee?ea have endea voured but in' v*la to aeount for the convulsion in tlh .prioe .ad: production of .the great stple, end after having exhausted the range orf njectue are forced to invoke the aid of...
EXPORT OF COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
EXPORT OF COAL. The export of coal from Newcastle for thc;week ending Friday, August 7th,. amounted to 2C814 tons, 1589 tons of which were'shipped to Sydney, 4855 to Melbourne, 486 to Geelong, 1995 to New Zealand, 78 to Clarence River, 1330 to Manila, 9725 to San Francisco, 700 to Singapore, 371 to China, 244 to the steamers, and 14l41 for home consumption. The A. A. Co. shipped 4293 tons, Wallsend 7492, Lambton 2953, Waratah 3548, Co. operative 2580, New Lambton 4779. The export of coke amounted to 20 tons 35 cwt., 13 tons of which were shipped to Sydney from the Co.operative Company. and 4& tons from the A. A. Company for Sydney, and 38 tons for the town.
SINGULAR STORY OF A MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
SINGULAR STORY OF A MINE. THE Western Morning Ntews Bsays :-Boscas well Downs is one of the oldest mines in the St. Just district, has returned within a com paratively recent,period ores to the valne of about a quarter of a million ; and is reported at present to be looking exceedingly well. Yet this mine has been recently the scene of one of the most extraordinary collapses on record. It is now worked by a limited liability company, divided into 18,000 shares, on which £3. each is recorded to have been.paid. This company was formed about three years since, and: not long after operations were commenced, the mine passed into the dividend list. This did not, however, last long. The total dividends only reached 5s. 6d. and the last dividend, one of 2s., was paid in October, 1871. Since then the operations have been vigorously con ducted, upwards of 300 hands being employed, and the monthly pay amounting to something like £1,000. From what has now transpired it would seem that the mine ...
Wallsend Welsh Church. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 12 August 1874
Vallsend Welsh Church. ON Sunday last anniversary services in con nection with this church were preached in the Assembly Rooms, when three sermons were preached in the morning by the Rev. J. Ingram, in the afternoon by the Rev. T. Robey, and in the evening by the Rev. E. Lewis, in 'Welsh, and the Rev. M. Williams, in English. Unfortunately, the weather was very wet, which interfered greatly with the success of the services. On the following Monday a tea and public meeting took place. Tea was served in the Assembly Rooms, and was largely attended notwithstanding the bad state of the roads. After tea the public meeting took place in the Presbyterian Church. The Rev. J. Westacott offered up prayer, and the proceed ings were opened by the Mayor (J. Fletcher, .Esq.,).. The C.AIRMAN, in opening the meeting, apologised for the unavoidable absence of the Rev. Mr. Robey through illness, and the Rev. Mr. Mood, and then briefly alluded to the many privileges that Christians n6w enjoyed, and to...