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WARATAH. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 31 January 1874

Th oalo sll foito·ig lttl y nice: tog wvn' Ilwltl nit~ -lsnn tg,'lil~Jait. 27th. 1 acstlr ltt Aitlctr two MI~ooy, TL~1lorio, ~Yatson Jzitsioos I oll, nodr W~Yodis, Aldd timit MIO~dy nto ctir ~. C'otl:olts'~o~ t i~tucrs :f..~lcjrtltgl ftln am oot-, ltduoc *c,f 8jir All'rcd ~tltt atllole toctttirlottttd\ of i'd t rtt t Jottos, Ts'ouhtllr~bc · rt' a lrid to to duo coittitotoit ~for tito Inttjlhiitdr t~o ttl i uvs ac (cuLjttt;-htl Arltioion \\'ootltitni - cd, noid \ldm~· itituti ,lttittttt 'tctLtItdodC; tiltet It (·Iittplllrovi)Vltt GCotootti fuc ot'ttit. th~e cotti tttetot s ot ito ti 00? 1 Ttt i sllny.-C tt rrjcd.-C hni·ii l itto it * nato *Jt~linc tRttOIttLtUt, ,Ca: Iit-ti 'ltlo follutt Itt ttitttl'~ rcootttittoitdtIl fot·. tiyiiilotut .-1'n~y shuncb stitttltct, lasI 'totttl , - ·li usa 7Tl. L)vu, tscut'r t pot t run~ti, tiod~ ItCoottttICttttcdZ lot1 nidtrttlotl - - Theo p1at wook has, indead, bcon a diisap pointment, to a nuuuner of o'.IItownspeoiple, after lo]hitig forwnad to ono o...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MINERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 31 January 1874

1MINERS' PICNIC. TIut? picnic, unlder the auspices of the TVara tah Mliners' Accident Fund, announced to take place in It. ?. Moody, Esq's, paddock (kindly lent for the occasion) was also ma terially interfered with, in consequence of the inclement state of the weather. However, about 200 or 300 mustered, and endeavoured to enjoy themselves in differcnt ways, 'and for the most part succeeded. Two or three races were got up on the ground,-nnd a good nmany entrances were the result, although the programmne advertised to be gone through, in which are a'good many excellent prizes,- was postponed till.this -day (Saturday), as will be seen by the posters. The Lambnton amnateurbrass band, under the conductorship of lr.V W Ralph, was in attendanee, and played atinterval~ duringstho t day, and its strains were taken advantage of by . a number of couples to engage in dancing, although the ground was rather damp. WT·l/he provisions were provided by Mr. R. Dainty, of Lambton, and throngh his ha...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 31 January 1874

S- . . .t.'.TL'UE -UN-S . THIE arraugdments miudu by tlhe committee for supplying the wants of tile innqr, man ware really first-clasi. The Court-.house was k<i ndl~;T"lhtii fdi'tlihcBaissi6ih by thle Muiicipal Council, and althoughi the luncheon was only intlended .if, :the.. comnuitteb andcmembers of the Associaton, all were made welcome, and it is sullficient for us to say that crerything-pro vided was really excellent. After the dinner, to which three or four sets siat/down, .the officers, commnittee, and a few of'thelil~cmbors, -=numibering about thirty ,--again assembled. Dr. Hill, President of the Assocation, occu pied the chair,:and *It. W. Moody, Esq.,- one of the vice-presidents, the vicd-cl .ir.. The Ch.illimAsi.i ,-tmfrer inlriigi-a fewi intro ductory remarks, cnlled upon the company to fill their glasses, whesix\thellm snal loyal toasts were formally dranik, n'fte wliidh the glasses were again charged, and at his call, " Success to the Nortlhumberland Horticu...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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CO-OPERATIVE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 31 January 1874

CO-OPERATIVE MINERS. On Saturday evening last, the trtnighely meeting of the mineor employed atthe Co. operative Colliery, was held at Mr. L?indn ' a Hotel. Minutes of previous' m'eeting were " road and confirmed. Tihe followinitig motions were agreed to :- " That this Lodge is inl favour of suplorting . the twosmen from New LOrinbton, accord ing.to rule .l." "Tlhat thimi.L?odge..npproves of tihe Geneoal: .Secretary going to, Sydliey to watch thie :: ,, progress of the new Mininig Bill, while passing through committee." -: "- ,: ; ! " That it is the opinion of this. Lodge that:allt!!.. deputations going to Sydney, ,shouldi. receive 18s. per day, anda cabia passmgoe , for the future." " That Mrs. Mitchell's case stand over until further enquiry." " That .it is the opinion of this Lodge that a levy of 2s. Gd. per man .bo ,unat e throughout the. district to sesist .the , Ironworkere in Sydnoy, while on strike," This.. being the whole of the business the negotip? thbe adjourned,

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING WALLSEND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 31 January 1874

M?EETING :WALLSEND) IIINEL RS. O-" Friday evening the usnnl fotnightly, meeting of No 2 Lodge was hield il;- arrii' Ilootms. .Mr. W. IHumnhery,chairman of Lodge, Ipresiding. Thle aiiiites of last meeting, and of committeo.meeting were read and confirdmed. A long discussion, took place respecting 'the turn of ships, when the following iioti on was ultimately carried : " That one man in each shift be appointed to keep the tnr'n in the hcadinid and that the turnkeepers acquaint .thi?cli eck weighman with the .numbers" that Ihe keeps the turn for; and that the check weighman furnish the comauittee with a report every fortnight.'-~ " ..... Another discussion then took place with reference to a miner named Chas. Dunn, and his mate, who, it was stated, were taken ont of their own cable and. placed -in anlother board ivhere they had no right to be accord ing to' the 9th rule of the miners regulationis..: Thejfollowing motions were carrioi-id " That'a deputation wai, 'on Mr. 'Neilsoi ,\,resp...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TRAVELLING IN RAILWAY CARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

TRAVELLING 1N R-AILWAY CARIRIAGES. [vnoMz OUR 0RrTA COfRhREPONDENlT.] WITn referIence .to the railway aceuozanodn .ion, allded to. in a late issueo of yours, I might as well say that great dissatisfaction exists amolng a great many of the travelling public as reghards the ventilation and -daplt ability of some of the second class carriages, now runing on the Great Northern Railway. The carriages'.1alluduto may be distinguished by the lowliess bf their roof, in conmparison with others df thesa;na " 'class is tbhemselves, they are plainly :ciinstructed and divided in two compartmoents, with the door inear thle ends. On entering thle travellor beholds a mnultitudo of what the Scotch term "Caddy stools" fastened to the floor and ~idoa of the carriage, they have no support for the back and will seat two uncomfortably; three per sons are sonietimes januied upon them, you are compelled to sit bolt upright, and if your nates are indolent or 'disposed.to lean, why I pity you. If young aid. p...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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DEATH BY DROWNING. INQUEST ON THE BODY. OPEN VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

~i i.:i';]JEAjTH BIIDROWNIG . .,: INhQUEST,ON TIHE BODY. .r ' UON Saturday last an: inquest on the bod;y of James Carter;, was held at:Mr. Trdtter's ~WValls end. Colliery Inn, before the coroner (A. A SP.Tigie, Esq:); and a :jury of twelve.' The following evidence was taken: TJamnes Carlisle disposed : I ani a ionl miner, and reside at TVallsend. Yesterdny about half-past two in the aftdrnoon, I heard Mrs. Canrter -screamining near a watertrank situated in hller ,ruemities in.TVallsenid ;, she saidl rnat her bcy was in thle tank ; I imme diately jumlped into the tank and dived to the bottom three times; the third timne I found the deceased .lamnes Carter, a boy about four years old, at the bottonl ; I broughit him 'li to the surface and somIe of the peirsonis pLieset took him away froti unt; his 1,tdy was tcohl; tlih taik was circular. and ab',t 9 ft.. in diameter; it was. covered with loose slabs; the by umight remve any of the slabs form ilfg the cover'of the tank ; it wi'vS quite...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LECTURE ON THE SOCIAL ASPECTS OF THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

LECTURE ON TIE SC)CIAL ASPECTS SOF THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. ? On Wednesday evening last a most interesting ? and: instrnctive lecture-on tiis subject was I. delivered in the Preslbterian Cllurch; Walls i end, to an alppreciative audioiiee, by. Mr. G. 'u?irneri the object being.to forward the cause Sof the Good.'Templrs' in this district,'which Sare now becoming a vey' strong body.'. Mr. R. YooLr occlupied the 'chairr, 'aid ? broefly introdnued .thelecturer to 'the meeting. S.'Mr. TunNE n:on coming forwardwas re ceived with applause.:. He alluded at length to the banliiful 'irfideices ofialboholic driiks, Sand the benefits of .total.abnstainence, quoting Snittniber of.striking instances to bear him : in his remarks. ::There:was 'only one condi !: tiun in which a man could be independent of gI s fellow-men, and ,that. was the aboriginal, who roamed abou in' hii ivild' and natural state. .~WeVo were not of this clans,-wo erected a standard, we enactsd*,aws, sand expected that all righI...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

T~.I:zfolo1ingn: Vrises were recsitey 1%ri 'oas~tIr' Ettlor 'It a grent ioetiE g of the meletor. of theh brougla of Morpt!h,,i,?leat Bi flingro tneo purpose of presenting1 aqrequi9sition to Mr. TnogAs aI' - W1 7iI. o- -i ~~.~1We'11 labonur one aii?all,. Ton send a toiler like oiurselves. WHT?rithin St. Stephen's HIalL. W,,'ll try no moroe the wealthy- No more the Upi Tcno For wh·t know they of troubles 'Or the wiahts of .lely mnen- : . h.-4t know they i thoiir iansionis, Withltheir lprminely halls and tniwcr , •; ";'C? iwhat thousanni-s musnat.put'up with" - .,tJ. 'In' a wceb it lilhk ours ? T ...... Where onr parlour and ocr kitchen - And our soeepiiig room leside r*,. " ' That is neither long nor wide! f, K ' r 7 A? - ni'uta t o firld ai tolcr- .. . A man' of lowly birth- . 1 "·Omnie1itha scant prasesssin -.,','.- Of the'g Oibthings of the el.rtlh ' ' - Who hns.taiiid as we have toiled ' I L. . iahe region rar away " !iuiW Frduk~m thb fields aind woods and lowemrs S And the.blesse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

0ANT'ED, a aoodG?..ral.l.AN.D Apply.t v tlis ollico. Nwv Ta ing .EstabiulasIanint. T~LOR, &07,~ Pgi info,'m the :public 'of WVhhIudcl that h6 has • ,uicTl' 'ailoring :in all its bhrlncehos. int his Ii imilone, h A lt.Y-S' nTRE E lATLPSlA URt, iwar Praiiidtive Miethodil"; Cluaptil, woi ?c edll ??d?Li.a will be xeuuAtted with nIatnesas iiid li?'tnt;h.i P " , IM P .ORIT'A A' A" ' 1 o NEW. NTUE.?i M lRtOBIERT-TODT riceivi. li intructionlH ll. to. S?,ll hy P~uhlic Ati,?h, ati' HISL.SALE IR/OMS, \Wallaunl, rn S DAY' Feb. itrh, A splendid lot of NE:V:- RN'TI1E, onsistig : of: Cheats of Drawers, S Ta;.lales; &. ; also' Golld iad .Silver Watch iud Various'Othur tiiles. - Salo to'mmrun.eo'~ea o'clok. . • - , ' Ril? o .a., .u .c . Ca · ~ gr]: : r~ IODI), Auitioaeer. * For Sale, T~1~F lnl.knrow, .YA'Icr. .",S U Pu R .TS E," . lolngingt t tho 'lVhalliu Yi"ath Club ,0 r-fastened-ani -coppol-bot torned ;-w'ithf- go:r" a amoorrings oornppete al~o,? ollo IUoildar Rtu Skif;?vllthic ua...

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THE PRICE OF MEAT. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

STiE PJZ RIZCE OFIiEAT. . PUBLIO MEETING. :, : ... I ON 'Wodncsday 'ovoeinghlaistia :public meoet rin of tlhoso intoristerl in tho presouet'iir;i of meat took place in front of the railway station, W'aI.seud. ,Mr.:.David MivtcIellwu-s! chosen. to presideo, annd brieofly g?vo thle objoect of tlio meeting stat i g, 'ti t ain conse sequence of the risoe recently made in thlioe Irice of meat,' great dissatisftotiotln lhad bien' given., He would suggest. that a committoe bo appointed to see the butohliirs aud nrranxgo aor u mootiug oz the subjoot., ,. ;, ,: . . -· , : · , , · ·· The fllowilig gen'lemenij-i were l ii n iad, pointed as a ciominhet:-- csl.,iS-:S. PIutrie. Adduinson, H1ughes-3dwvis, Linl'ey,l Mitcell, Jones, Steyenson, and DurzJ.ai"n. A resohition was. iiased :to thhe effect tliat, if the loeal biutchers do iot reduce the pmice tlhlv see nbout "ettixi the meat els\-here.ii: M?r. LE:Wis tunbghllt tlat if the butchles wubldh meet the conimnitte somethii' couldc b~ie urraunged ...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINER'S ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

(To FanIR EtrrOn Or T'rE "MlNtII's AJDVOCATL,") Sre-IMay I claim a small sprace in your invalun able journal. -Jt is a subjectl trust'will cause ome enquirs aix it uindliate remedy. 'We lay claiiimn td belong to a Christian country, hut fear we stull fall far slort of such alriv;lUege if. these factsI. am about to relate are true, and they are too true.i A vrcry large nuinllre of peoplelivo stthCGlobe,' maily of themm very resplectable ind ltrustworthy. Ido not want to speloak of.those. B ut. Sir, thorean iunenuse equa?tity lit for nowhere. Un last tSunday you wouhlt searc?cly crcdit Lhe frightfulfainolit of crunt ennres, h'aspheimy, lighting, aindrit'ous conduct displiiyed ; in fact, at one time it was dangeirous to make one's apIIpearance. 1 cUan state, upon undoultrd aiuthority. of say 200, visiting a fruit aI d wine garlen i not far from the Junction, an.!' tto nirey of' theCni in a beastly stats of drink. Just' iuagliije, 3r. Editir, of four men tatkilng aetrolly from thie ownu...

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THE COMMITTEE MEET THE BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

T'-HE-(~O4MMJTTTEI *MTBET THI3E BUT'CHniS: On Tlihursdali eveningi the'commiiittee met the variuils bfutcher"s' is' iirinlg'd at the .abov-i.meetin g.--A l-the-ecomminnirtee- were lpresent end Messrs. Yoing, Irutten, Allan. and Wilkniio.n thile butlTcher.-i',for V:llsctl ;ad PJliTtsb!rg.-3Mr. David,- Mitchell weu voted to the chluir. -: Th'c-(IIAIIIniAN sid the ineetiinr wn:s culied *.tuconsidler the way the inent hIin been 'iSon le-telv, and ilso to eqinuire into the ¥n.uion timt necessiteted the rise ullluded to. '3r. ALLEs selid thie inlllubift'itlthlnd Icenl rlhiertfio hlisty in callingo this inlflicq mieet ing. Thli--bitciihers herIe hId been .uindlor Militln'ill amid ~ewcastle for thet lust four inonthlisin: thllir ]r ices. 'Ihey':lhd to p.]iy SUand J8 aicheud for bullocks, end cunsc quently it wts imiipo.siile tto: seof clie:iplr. WJien..thc -listrrulc fior their rilihts. tli.h Intitulheis bstuic to, them and now th,,'t.t tlhey ti'ed to 'et their rightrs the-r woulid Io'i elf...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

* 4friginal ~ovrecjponlbrnrr. L-eL it b~e d~ietmnctly Itiiidi'tot~orI that WC do-not Iia'cerrtzrily idvii:t fy· uurcrlven with~ thu op~iniws~ exjlI'crjueu by .,u' o~cuileso idwts.Js.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. MECHANICS' AND MINERS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

in I (FroMounrint:ConinuroN EN29.) LAMBTON. IECITANICS' AND MINERS' INSTITUTE. TIIE hailf-yearly genernal T, etA g of this tnst. tution was hehl on MBonday e'venilg, Feb. 2d. Mr. E. M. Brown, ic rcPrsiLdent of the instituto, in the chair. " i SThe Chairman st.te that the principlle business of the nmeeting would Ie to nhav'otlhe bahutlc-shoot for the last half year subwoitted to thern,, tho woul d alsohlave to elect officmrs for the eninsug terus. lHe also sltid thiat the Sccretary alnd some ? tiinoag.?o hi.1:, itstruceted ti, w'ritei |lliOt to It'lli;l s hs' Iilr lalr in L lln ,Lndon toisee on w''hat tiirnni tlhiy woulid esl. ouit someo books. The Socretary had received afrelily and ;nlo a chtnlojifo, fromi - which the inUlembors would soe;that they could buy'loilks a'grelit deal'chtaper bylsendiug there rc or thleo. Books which they lhad paid 8S .fo her: o could beglirddoreil .fromili'??iiddicsRit' abhout 4s. 6 0., and some at even a grehtor r,,dcttion. lie would strongly adviseo ...

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SUBSIDENCE OF THE FLOOD AT MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

SUBSIDENCE 'OF'.: TIE FLOOD"' AT S " " MAT'LATND. ' ' '' Tn_ 'creiouiir,o sys :--" Since .wo v.wroto: list th.1>wtiqlor has been i.*ooedilng'stiadil, lJuth" fioii1 tlit rivi uld"''tlh buckbk l siids; 'A'.iit' guca it lelyoves' behind', it- ovoeiyhilre 'qsoonoli uf'wieck *and dosluatiotn." 'l?e !dest!iuction ot'. t'tlnc 1H .boehon iu'cUiiiditnlloe; owing+ ti, tlheio" trelgthi nd vtirieoty of thed;cirronts, buit thi soaiurfieo of tlio suil'dos' not seobn to haIv slffderd sH mioli as isnual.: *It'is- imiposiblo toudosocribo it ' v'ortds tlhe direa'inoess iand 'Rad-' neiS oftlthtflododd lind.s,r'with thenir continig of:slly mnul,'iii'lr tholilr 'Imniss'a f declying vygetuti;on"' It itr.: todbe iued'thlut ninuidh siokntsis will' f'hl tlii?: :''fltd,'' for' the growtlih 'fOtv6ed.kdIt''!li hoon.t previtliisly so prfso,"i : and the mh~aisss 'now "putriayilig - evorywhere' ere.so grpitn 'lthii; a .stenich arises noluoii' i iouid :iill'knowna.'smells, mid ( 'lO- • sons thle mir 'n',t'i'ds ...

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MUNICIPAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

M JNICII'AL MAT'TERS. The oflitialllonlllcelllellLnt i 1 the c/andidnates for ,mufi cipirLlfii ,.,.... as i1a.t.dt oI?nPT.tSday last at the Council C hamners. Very little .intere.t aPpealred to b,. tsLkel iln the milutter. hlawe er, as only Iivu electors i.tilented. 'L'h liteturning Officar (Mr. \V'u. Lighlitfoulot) presided, and at alon fonmalll]y iL'ad tnt nam-es of tile candiduate'isras erived by him.. viz.: Messrs. 1?VT. lIent, I. lni)n , i ..i Cn Gn, -V. G(oodhow, T?ho~is Scrteels', and:- ,laues; lidlev. ' As there Vwere sao.few electo'rs pieseit, the eanndidat's in attendance declin:dl to'-say any thllig and the R aet'rninjg Ulileer~_briefl' nnaonaiced that a poll would take aliplti on F_,rilda, and the prncdueings tomaitnated: On1" eoreisollndeut seLnt, as last ?veisng the resuilt, as follows :--. i J. S e eos.........:.................. ,1'23 W i. Gooldhew ...........:........... '111 ' u Dainty ....O....'.................... '100. V\. Dent .................;.9.......... !9 ...

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FIRE AT FOUR-MILE CREEK COAL MINE. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

FIRE AT FOUn-MILE CIWEEK COAL . MINE. CORONER'S INQUEST. O? Sunday morning, 1 8th .January, a fire was diucovc.rcdi in No. 3 pit; Jiouir-nuile Creek, inlds|er circIulstances' that weie >enniii(lere. suspiicionus by the proprielors (T W\\'' Pnase( aniid Co.), ianld na their rIn<letiet, the Coroner for tile dlisrict, A. A. . . Tilhe, Esq., held an inn quest iat thie house of Mr. A. Viildie, a slornt nilistnltce fcrn tile Ilnine, wlheii tlne followiniy eviiience was tlakeni: Mary APnI1 Warl'y deposed : I nan thfe wifce of .ol ll~ iW iiy, canl nIinlier, ainnd reside with hiin at. Four-inile Cnrtnik. I know tie,,No. 3 coal nniiiln tellre,r the properlvy of ilr. r' eItrse.' (n tile morininlg lf lnlst Suidtay f'oirtnnight 1; wFlint to lihe nlinlne to galher sonlne conl I frinli ilthe. siurfui;', nid saw siore smnrokdis slirig froiln thli ,inrin hlalft.' I Idhoie?d dowin tihe lit ind shw :Ie'pit rope, willthl which tho coi is n~nally uilled up, mo'viilg, but I could niot say w...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRICE OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

rRICE OF MT3AT. A lanrCly attended mceting of the hilinilbitants was helil it (;ifflttih's 'lant on Tlhuor.-?dyv even ing, to take into coiosidcratioi a. frei.'ih scale of piice's ]priseunted Ily thie Iutcher:- since thle agitation toik place respecting tlu risu in thli price of mi-at. Aidl. Yates prIesided, ald stated that the scale alluded to wns 5l., -lid.. 4Jd, -and d.1l., nil it wais fir "thit to say whlethlir they were agreeahlle witih this or not. After some discussion a reosiiutiuo was carried icce;pting the hutilchrs prices, and thue imeeting whiicll was a very orderly one, tloun Bepiarateid. Mr. llray's portrait club is flourislinug,-and. 1 may ntll, for tliniiiforuination ofthosedesiro.is of knnitufig, 'tlhAt twio in'dnthlis sub-cripliouns aire due on Monday week, so tlhat those in arrenr cln nmakeo themselves full l members by piiying otem iil Ji . i! 1 ¶'Tu'iuaun'IN A MIAN'S sinE.-COn any thiis wetek.Dr. Hill successfnlly took a tumtour out of the side 'of a Imain nauui...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WVALLSEND AND PLATT'SBUURG. '11 ,Vallsenlld pit lhaie Ire working well the paist fortnight. lAt st cekthi worked dv days, aLnd thie we k every da:y. TIp' Co-oporat ve hIvO also |mei_ flly oieployCd du"ring the same1 period. '511J lATAL A12tIDONT A?. WVA|lATAIC. 'lThe pltiuular of the.l mIeulllholy oluurrllce 1reo0 givnll ill lt110atQr cOllllllll, 11ld We wilsh ,Lr:tieulaiy co ldrW the attention of th e in:litlhtll t ol our two toenu s tl iu fiet tlhalt one of the Illuortlnllll.te 0onll who l..et hisi lifo in sLuch 111 untimellly ImaullIer, lavsl uh ld Iliol a wife aind uno ohildren, totally ut(lro-e vdledl for, whilu tih othcras.are slau in verylbad cir-. eullstrltneLes. Froml the well-ltiownl liburahlty of tLhe VWallectd Illilncre a1tn[ ijlhalblitl?nlt genaerally, it is un leceelssary for lus to say Inything, but we Would sug gtes the lladvielbililit;y of at o010 cIdlihg a plbhc mlcuting to disoulss thi: iunIt InClia of raising fulllLbds to lassicSt tlhole who s...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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