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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VSSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VSSETS LOADING AND TO LOAD. KPndina, ship, C02, Barneson; to load small Ardencrnig, barque, 526 Tivet.t ; to load small Galatca, Americali >ship, 9.9, ;Tisdale jl:aading Result, shj 7B4i Robinmon ; lo?diCo-.operait ve itritof, bi lue.52, Dyhdn ; l .UngCo-operdtl . Gecor~ge.-.raWstbaw, 'birqilci GT7,~ COook ; 't-oiad Vallaend Marie.Louiae, FrCnch barque, 212, Durand; load in" Lajlabton gaxon. banlqu. 422, M'Kay StadtLiddhleburg, Duth.blarque, 663, Vires; toload Ns.ae ILbtol " ?iTeLittl u lle . bri-19on9 Dunderdale --C. .operatiVC' C-renue, lhuna,-527,, Vood; loading ,New Lambtrn irlep'euto,~ I,s.uric 4 4,;tllawald.0.. , . • "ijl:f?an'ii' nt?elarquLb,. aC.,, Dodtgers;-to lcad p_]?r el"arqu, ile 486, 1unIro4; to load lNco I .al ,bt.n. '..rto 'larqle ti, 5 lKildhall; to lond Wariitan ', ?inc i Apn'que,-c 4 .tall- ., " inlrh? i 2'.-.'I.,iMiOi? ; load!.in ing~La-m. b .. C -- ouu-- Mo-rrito barqe, 264o s I -':----'- -,:;?--' ~;~~---? a ?"'i ~·n :.... ho-cr: - ?: .- "...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

New and Fashion'ble Godcts for the Season ! J. H. NETTLE -IAST. RETURNED FROM SYT?NEY, WITIL A CHIOICE OT OF DR MAT HaLER R A LS Con·rxsao SFANXCY LUSTRIES, Tussar, "]IA'TISTE, in. llain andl fanurcy borders, PIQUE anld ATIrSTE COSTUMES, SATIN, STRIPE, andl CHlECK MUSLINS, Ca ulc .ints, in plain lind b:orderled, LLAMAS, Japlaneso Silks, Parachrutes anld Um~brellasR, :Moquilto NetR, Sheetings, St All numbers in IHorrocks' Long lothls, )Dannsk and Cloth Tuble Co rs, Quilts and Toilet Covers, Oil Baizos, Druggottings, Mattings, nd Heoartlh Rugs HIosiery and Haberdashecry in a-ll descrilptions. A BPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF MIENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING A nice lot of Men's HATS', Bolts, Braces, and Tics. ---)-::( ..... NOTH THIE ADDRESS J. IL NETTLE, "SO M E RSET H- OUSE," NEXT MiRS. EB S MILLINERY ESTALI.DLSII1.ENT, Hunte~~~~r-sreN wate To thle Miners and the Inhabitants of Noewcastle Disriuc in general. R. LIPMAN [ogs to return his many tlhanks fr their kilnd patronage for the last 9 y...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING WALLSEND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

iE~TItvA~~E1% -~MP t Ei~ L eST -ecning (Frida4), a special mnnthly ineetit g of No. 2 Lodlgee was held in the Asserlbly Rooms. Mr. V. luniphery 're~',ded.--The minutes of'previous:lueetimnb we're read amid ionirzed.f 2 , t E After vaojrils prebannaryimiatters w ere disposed, of, the .Chairman?.ca~ieuuijn--- MIr. Wooin, the General Secretury, t?o inforni the meeting about the result of his tripi' to SydneY. Mi'. Vojd auj.that,.he irit'*tlY'S e-purffw ,re?? poso of bringing '5ia tle ioy ci lected at the.Tvnirions collierlesi'urlt'lhe b it of tie iroU\,or-~ urs, aind o:ii see" the truvestute of atituirs; -dti.o t *wateu ion rr rim respecbn': the 'oai Fidls Bill'r 'Heei tia tt lat"h eharfr by a.'depiiittionfo l^delgate's of time ironiworkers n.itiii&"hl tliueni went dirpct to tlie societv!s inmeeba ~'rooimwvhere lie. received anbrmdinl receptmiMoji .Hei?co-s:veyed to :tlhm. the msyiie?ti-mfeltbyttlie.i iners bf ti'e-HI''ter tiver:'- lstr'ictf'ini' their cutmse, and hanuded over ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION TO THE COLLIERY TOWNSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

.Jii~thWi-L '(ACCOMMOUD(AT~~ION TOd Tim 'COL "~"LI'ERY'-ToW'N5HiP';, i~i ,:s,=,? rwouldUdra.w the !attention of the Com d a-sidsIztefdior Railways to the great necedsity ap'tihteett?ift r pfr'dp:idiigcicreahised' railisa. ..frijies, betweenl, Newcastle.and, tlhe coI ... iery townships.m,.d'True, :at : 1Whllsend, .wc have two regular passenger trains.per ,da, i.-tt' that is nso lenttfor tlhe uir'i'ements of the peple home shorti me ago we gave i?~ej in ioint whpre a ,party left hiere. for N hewcastlejl the 9 o'clock train, in the i8i iifi toee his' diaighlter off to Sydi'ey and in-c:onsequence of there being oni', two s-trains, le reached home at 5 p.m., while his 'daugh~ter,-whoG-took-a-passage toS ney--in the IMaitland ~ ~.)arriycd, at 4:80?p.m. Therefore, althio?!h lie had only eghti-iles to reacli hisT fi;e, aid his daighter had,to go seventy, she arrived at her destination ,haltlanhur 9,ib efdre?him; ?'Another'ggr eat ' di i?mkhVg?a? thtrai? N ew "ceastle must lose a day's .work...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

WOLLONG4)NG. I wAs pleasedtl to. receive a c'Ipy of the ?inetr~' A dlocht al st we(k t id 'wvill be hnIpyy in sendc you ?any ituoh of liews regularly, -afufr nux , week. IThe Iits are working very bnadlyin this is tric t; t iru'eselt,-- 'l l y about shall-tiue-but we exj.ect tlhe.m to get better shortly. 1". b. 3, 1871.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE. POLICE REPORT. UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

1'iEWCASTLE. 1'ULICE REOOTP. UN*S.OUND ?I?. - .James 3I'Geo, of TVjilse.lI, was br1, (lglht. bjfore the court fir protection, chalrgied ai: being of unsound mind. "TheI evidence of Drs. Schrader aRid Knggs, aid other's went to show ihat M'(Ge W.asb sllf fiering from mental delusions, and softdzning of the br inl, ard Vwas unfit to be ant, larg.1. The bench ordered him to be sent to the r, ceiving hom.se at Darlinghurst. Cat hIerine Ml arqii, from \VWllsen,1, wias also brought up fno I rtection, slfferirig the smr.e as thlveblo IJprisoner.-10 i.ilar evidence was taken, anlad she wras ordelred to be senLt to the receiving house at I)arli ghurst. " IIIUal:1NG TO (1V\'E P T POSSESHION. JTo.seih U5walI cllargetd \Villi lal Coo?nbes, with refusing to give )up poIssession of lre iiies sorccliedt by him at LluttsLhburg after the -exj)irUtion of his :Igrentulla. ~Mr. H. J. lBrown apl;pearedl for the plailnit' and Mlr. CGeo. VWallahe fir thle deflenc ae. . A'(er the hbearing of evdncee, and. ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

HAMI;.. L3 LTON. .A 3rETT'rO Ofl-tle A. A. Uoloijuny'i Ilner's was lihld at the pay offlice on Sat:urday -.nsl, 1 ir the"i purplose of takiig into co,iwidi'an tion the case of the loekcd--Jut ir.o workeL'rs of iydlii.y. Mr.. rJials l)iike oc cpienld tli chair. A iotio was ,ut that a lrevy oC- two-shilliiigs per mani bI coul Iected,which was scllcee:dud by aln uineindlilenlt .that-twvo--and sixl]eneCo he stopped. - -'T mlotion was withdrnwnrnll anid the ImemhllCnt carriedl nnalinliuslo'i. "Two 0n id sixpjenei w' :vs •?aee6didingly colldtd wit, tile check-w?;;.h m|an'l? motlouy.: " T'ie chief t?,pic of Ianntiltoiann ilerlsf, thfis week is tlhe uiilh cipafl elevtio:is.-I TIlehay was the day for tile ,loniui ions el iing ,ea I, whei seveii cadtlitites ailppriied in tlhe lelt. The L'elIectos alpeliar to bm awakei'ii, from their forlier alntly, ill colseqlncee of stale of" the doings ul tile Coum;l, lbiii' anylhinig. iLut sqnard fbr tli: last tiwdlrel' ,I(otl)s. We arteglad' to see til el...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MINER'S PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

. . MnINEll 'S IONIO. O' Saturdriy Ina~t th~inicmcundor-the anuspilrs of the Whruatnah iineus' 'Accildent Fluid ColiWiiittee took place ill Mr.R. V.M";Moody's paddo . ii , ta r~ o dntul o ni?'tration was SlOsth)ne! d fimt n mannvernary (in 1 clry ?iqPl, o of the iic!noeolc7 of, tho ?esther'.I"3e:weeri dUO ann 40U *1ss(hichl (11d,..a1 all aippOarod to :iholi'"l &4ily onjuytl'ln-e1VStylun confi u gl, greatly to .t tle iiccoa: 'iof thu affai'.-- ! r. "lqogya, thie req'ie0 of lt?o cuunld|eO, kipdly juodl th" mion on 'idi th ; th owl ug all an oplportunitLy jf atteui sl? afuse renits wero'indulgedl in, ,i|iuc 'f;bt r'iacing polo vntultinugd1hacing, spying al &0., an .gg and spoon rae,--the cynupo.tluors runtiUj "vith Mponin i"n dn'r??tnt l e-?d er? ot !,f d bn'. T fh t vaiotiugi ",t oicerg. iafelttoilttitsti uis VIMil y. enerigetio, mod got each. evuzt oil us tuiely.i as posiuihlo. Mr T.? Ahlo act?dl as cl'crof he coutre, Mir. T. Sereent~ "aW'ispire, M r. ,hullnuchlisoln:...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

AXVIL COtEEH AXN) CRETA. Toiic dcsolnltina flood which swepC tthli vnlley (l' tlie Illlnter iu the e(an'ly pnrt of blst wilek IIIhas gina isbslided, leaving in its wake lihavic. ruiiiii, aiiil 4 qS ir'. ' ,.evo r li'fore.t sil'ce tihe sett LIlllniit. Of tlIe coiint ry had hlie tillers of thI( soil l)riglmtecr il)rspects of In ricih reward- for' thleir toil and labour. Ton dalys ago tie river liniks 1Wero clothed witLh an ailiinnilnaicc uf icitith's clh?oivst plrolducts; iimaizo croips were cxcullent, lncuerni was plunnt ifnl, i)tatoes, pumlpkihns, imelons, &c., werio iilnndniit. ?riiits, thoiughli receiving somnc laninge from hnil stirms in tihe erly part of the year, were lootking well, Iut n'c w a!l tre ge:ne. - =ii tlic teighlibourhood of ii)alwooiVd, Oswai, and Liochiiinvar tlhe watur had ILen as na igh ylifore, lbnt nt atL this time of tlihe year,..nor lhd .1o flil od oiver conme (low so sutddet' ly., nor lns ti<e il.estruectioin ever. lueei so lthoringhl and...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

BURWi OO . T3Tn wedithedi;'i 'n intih hI;aility hnd heeon delightI'illy cool rtil liealsnunt d'iong tfhe Inst few days, which has .g1iven overvytiing , bright ,nd cllho1ri'ul ail3ouranili . .N'tina Iis o?l?o I"lui; "onre ined hIe.. huolhi]'I uti te, anihl a Qsumed i gh3ulsomle and j-0-ou,' aspe0l0tl.l 'lhe miers he ro, Tnuiy ot thieiii hlve been ile a duiqur: twoo wlen the yrin u13p attrucj tion ns an outdoor aufiui6usuit .sooeiied:to be ho quuit., ~~o'~The;ig" of' which was heaord morning, ,iio0, nidnlght..i.... ""? - SOn T''huillay :evbning; )th "ult.. t?he uisuiail mootilng of't tlio"·h'elw\ni'd n11Wclovement S?ioietyw washeld, walii l paplr,?'. ) l:tr' - vagaclo0" cvis i' real by oneo ot', tilioe tiomer1)o 's 'who piiotur'ed 'vitl?; 0(33'1 ti·t 3hit he rLl diss, Sleoudthriui'tliatbitK at "iitiiiiy of t1e I'C1 Ies3it. gene'at-ionu. 'Twould.intve u?"iilfi wa3ishdito. have quotted ti'ui ithe te'i)n113,r bhilt evon l)ed 1 ?!th tone, the , (.ilt of?3t' 00? .)!3y~ 013,(1lygntut ,,>...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. MUNICIPAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

, . .... TVARATr'AH. f NIQI1' gtALISLTTEI'S. ,o,;, Ox Tuesday last the nomniiatin "of aldrmramnl tfi, municipal hlnI(p 1 tt#k.dlaq at tllo.Colnqrqi COalubd6is. Tl'?r woiro Y, olay a fow' eloctors prwcenti. 1I.T'lion, Jqsq., preidudl as Iuturn-~ ingi OllTcor,, anll 'folral l$ri.,d(: oll ' hd t :aabihsll nuoiatlions . for candidatus raceive*l'hy hllimiu'sa t',l1h;vei :""110adsihs: "Dob ld"irilT.M 2.ich?=ibl,] 1. WVatsbn, Jelalin Lordon,. Goo;' Wallace,..'*V. \WIhitqmrn, anindA-H." Stovona. ' Atiditoi':i: Mousars. J. N. Page and VW. Oholta,"n 'r ? .The ll :iruijl'iut Otli?oisit|nid tlnat as tireO was ?oi opposition lor thre uolllco of aulitil' ib't was his duty. to dloolnre Ir. Pago and Mr; Olarlt.on. oaoted lo thon callhd the na'mos rof ,thig, ~o~,nn?n.. .,, utted to a(hd',res the olkdtoi's, -i~'Mr.'Wfdlaunu Was the only ono prosent ,(r. M'Mlichael, T\?l,r fIt onia and lr.. Gordon ,canii,,; howovrJi; lurng Mr. Wallaco's addross), and in answor to. tho RILuturin Oficedor, came forward:...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

,NIW LAMBTON. hA V not inchl to, i recrd tlis w. eklc. The bbst hanviing workedl oery lay dur:ng I nst woeuk. As I lirophesiodl in imy Ilst the ladies' have hent the bnltcheits': thlr.,cnih i: eso'lnt6l' r?ifinlng tO COoik fllVy illtn'l, mtl l ]inte rattes, and ith l itnhaitants" lhnvy e nb, .,z~ity,.lg.igh h, ?lrodisvted icale of cha:.rg;s wlhicl' 1,1:'lieve' w?' . r the. tiuo binig icet o)llr wliilts.i. :mn.simid~x~s rnwhinhsjnif / IL ':Vo hinad tlhe pla..nsre of inslocti'rg Mr..' I Siltednlbn's Ieantiftil gardon anid slpleulidl eihlleriiiin of plahnts unrselves ool Tnlisday Inst.i anld uevlou. n f ll' hatwe sa bri at1 tile dhohv, ·ol Amniivnrsay'v Day, we dild not expect t secu auch a large and varied assourtment. Thhrey are flowern. in ,the gi RoCnunj gf e.irySiiconvceti variety,, and ab ~nt 500 p?uts out of the gronnd" A ,\rinings the dihlias vwe could not detect the onlission of a, si6tg pant, land crunted betwcnl ei80 ad· 0i also ahdit 76 difui cun t tlalss f lir' if, sImisii...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE HAIRDRESSER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

THE IHIRAI)DRESSER. ALL a lnirdresser's arrianiements appear to me to be nmade with a view to intimldatiln. I dare say I ant wruong, still that is mny candid opinion, else whly should a man's nerves be played .upon by theac as they are? 7You push thie door open, iirmmeiicdiately there is a startling sound, as though yon hadl broken somnething eLxpensive, tholugh it is in reality nothing but the shrill click of a spring in tended to emphasise the o.ntrance of . cus tomeor. Then a young lady comes forward and bows, which is awkward when you intendh ti slpend only sixpence. 'I'Then, if your pire sence of tmind does not desert " you," bow and mutter that you are only going to have your hair cut, upon which she smiles as if yon had said a good ttling, rings a bell, and rbqiuests yoou to walk ulstairs. Next, you filnd yourself in tthl~presence of two or three uncomrndnly fine heads of hIair, who show all tlheir teeth escept the back onles, ntd brandish a comb in one lhand and a tlhing lik...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

JTORTTICULTURA L AS.(W'I-A'IJ)Y. Theo hr't t ,eti.ng fo'r .etthIig iqp"io5iuiinrit., &c., iin col nier in withi t ,iis itistitlu tioni, took plice in thle (CInnCiil CIhuaiiHert (oi \Vdtlesdtulay I'velit g. PtIirt?,, 3leiors. : Harper, pJrker, Tu'frtuo, 31*'3ich l. T. Snied duoniot, Ii)iso, wtiiey. 1Inll, nd \Willijmijs. In the absb ce of the Vtke.h hmtt (Dr. tllh , ..P.) Mr. lHirhier wis i'mted to thi. chair.--li hitjtes of Itrevilnls mti:tiing were ri:id caindl cotflirid. COtI'IE.ouSloNIECI.-LrI.tter fr. ni ,lr... dsborne, laiitla'l, wa"rits rea . '.ti|Gh,:eik~ctairy. The6 vnriants accounits still ultait:d were theni pjresentel, nod those fotiind corr ct orderlel to be paid; fter whi I n hsltnltI oif lbuoLt £20'O still re nninis in tr,,.surer': hands. M ,'. li i r k e r 'l ot • t i r i s-hlp i I) .v e ,1 ttl k s to the AiUner's Adeoaole Fi'fr .the ecelle e e pIorL given by that30 juurnlu thu- rii c eela g" of thoir.Int-showr lMr. Williiams secontded the mlotihn, which wans ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PRESENTATION TO REV. JOHN JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

: PRESENTATION TO lEYv. JOHN JONES. (mnOtI .on LArnrTON CORRESPONDENT.) AcoourDxo to prontise, I forward report of presentation nicetiig at tihe 3Baptist Chapel, Lamhton, for which I amn indebted to i r. WiVtkin J.enkins. On Tuesday night, the 27•th .Ttinary, a pubhlic meeting was held in tlhe cWelsh Congrigational Chapel, J)ixon-stret,e Lanhitoii, for the 'Ipurposi of presenting the Relv. Joh J.lones, Balitist minister, with a iurse of moneiey as a token of esteemi, frmn-lthe mnbers of his churchI nd his nim:nrons friends, prior thi? hls departure from the Hunter. Rlver district for \Varrtrniibool, Victoria. The Walsh choir was in attenthincde,. nuder the .able coinduectorslhilp of Mr.l Tiumas Jones. 'ThithS:iTs l,'wis, Esq., occnplied the chair. Trhe meeting was opened by the congregation sing ing a hymn, anlcd the Rev. Evan Lewis, pastor. oif the Cougregatiional Church, offered up prayer, anud in very feeling terms hesoecied God to protect andi sustain his brother in all the tria...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. Oct.iusinally quiet townshiip was tlhrown into a state oPtjld xc?citemelit?thin mrning by a rep?,'tlYtfo ; "' en weni' kiljiBd andl fiur mrore ldanrheinCrily injured at ?l?itvloman's Quar'y, ivliib h iin Csorry to hnavu to writo it Iprovid -too tree.; ' TIherewere sisx In6inatY wonrk .in the quarry, named P. and.11. Doinnelly, J. Cal-: Iaghan, J. CuICnierfiird, Kieats, and H-larry the German. all:ni bus.iu L atwork, whlen, without a iomenCllt's waring,, a :icce of stLime,60ft. long U91t. high nid 18ft.L thik, fll over tlhe ,place ii; 'lich ihle/whaloa hu f o lie ran wetco worlkiing, erush blic poor Calsghani to an rniss of Iun,'e cc'nisallo substanlce, also burving poor, CIu 3ul)rford. iudur a iuass of hbatvy .stone caisinng intnut aneous dleathl. Kcants wis fi'crfnlly cnt. and bruisoed. 1 am infrmed this l rching theillr'is little hiolics of lii 1 recoary, li havintlg 'eceived sovere inteUral incjuiris. M. Dun nelly, .Lhe feman.. [ amson rry to siy, is iii great...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 February 1874

Advcrlt tisemelnts. WARATAH STORES. 0Ol?N N. PAGE bogs to inform the inhnhitants Sof Wanratah, Lambton, and distriat, that he has justi opened a ... OOOI SELECTION OF S er Droapery, LADIE SSES in .... rlety, 7 LADIES' CATS-nowest style, "GE0 LEMEN'S SUMIIMER COTITING of eovery dcslription. Great variety of Men's" ad (Boys' ??ats hiid Caps *A' ILnrge Assortment or Boots, Men's, Womcu's, and Children's. J. N. P.'s stolck of GROCERIES cannot be sur passed in the distiict nas regards qualit and. price. An Early Call is solicited. JO' 0ZN N. .PAG E, WA1RLTAH STORES, W. KENNY, .Ta~ilor. ELDER-.T'rEETx r L-lMUT'TOy, GOOD Cutter land pramoticnl worlcmnan. Best Wecst of England Ttecds. Broad .Clothes aRd Colonial Tweed, always 9o hand in choice pattoers, The Ilunailton Omnibusses, T rIOS. TUDOn dlsircs to thantk the public of H-lamilton and district for the liberal patron ago hI has received since running llis 'Busses, and as such general satisfaticion ti s been givli8 lie will continue ruiu...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE IRON TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

T?HIE IRON TRADE. SBusiness' is again quicter, and opetinions are fulrther restricted this week by the clositg of severlal mills. 'iThe delrmssiun is increased by tihe dearuness of money, vwhich presses with grout sever'ity upon the weaker lirns; as well as. by tihe liglter price of mtaterials.. Some descriptinhis of native ore have risen Is. icr tol withinj thie last few days, and the better description of pig--iroe are conisequently dutearer, tlhough the dlemand at present is very small. The advanice docs niot uxtend to tlhe commoner kidtls of pig mnade f:,t cindetlr, which are, if anythinlug, weaker', and it has niot quotably affectedl tile inrice of finished iron, aithongh there is less tnlderselling in that branch now thin a fortnigho t ago. The standard for tihe best brands remniis at £.14 for bars, tihe ordinary cquotations for caniim,,n sheets being £85, for, hoops £-14 to £14 10s., and for inuil rods £13. Second-class bars are relatively firner, lat £13 to £13 10s.; "but' h...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DURHAM MINERS' ASSOCIATION. THE REFUSAL OF THE COAL OWNERS TO GRANT THE ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

" DURH1'Atn 31yNEflS' ASSOCIATIOQN T1E nrEFUsAL OF THE COAL OWVNEIS TO (iRAFT ''8 ADVANOL. TEl adjolurined meetling of tho Councnd of. the: Dnrhani l: nd Asnitlinui' \as hold on Sbaturday nl\orning, ih t?lm ton all, Durhmun, Mlr. John Efor pan, Af Roddymq'or, the p,'esi ddnt, occupyh h is usual place on thle plat form as chalrmnan-kg to gathringlga . T re wais a very large must, of deleates, and tle nutiost interest was evinco ito hlear the dotalg ofithe conl owners' dcisionll with reference tie al'ljRliatmii foran rad v\aico. Mi'. WViliaI Craw'au'd, lthe sccretar, otatui.ed.tli,' e fits of th vitsit oa..L hle bilitalion to iF?? iCoal' Tadtlo Offices .laotc;t k, andl a. dicussibon,' shiert., iharp:, ana.i uinaious" fo'low?e oil thr'e orlo o masbtorsa hiad 'idopted?. JEventinally ,'the ;flloving roiolintiois werea ivled at in -th ei mniatter:--" Wo regret to lo an that the Dnr hanh Coal-Ownelors' Associatiof haIr yesterdany refised. the advance of 20 per cent. 'VWd reg~t thib grounds...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPRESENTATION OF MORPETH—NORTH OF ENGLAND. REQUISITION TO MR. BURT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

REPRESENTATION OF IOIlPl'ETlH- NORTI-I OF ENGLAND. IEQUISITION TO M?R. fURT. TIlE. appended requisition was presiented to Mr. Thomas Burt, at a aInrge meletinlg hold lt Bcdlington on Untobbr 18. The requisition Ilandeld to him duriing the plr, oeodi, gs, is de scribed by tile icetc.stclle I el'ely CI',oic:le as beingin two portions, neach abnt sixteen yards in lengthand containing above 1500 signatures : " To Mr. Thomas Burt, Miners'"Agent. " Rlespected sir,-We, the unltdersigned householders, residing in the borough of lMalr loeth respectfully solicit you to allow yoursel f to be noujindted at tihe next election, hel for tlhe purpose of electing a imember to represent this borough in the Coouons HIouse of 'Parliniient. We think that the time las now arived when the labionring classes of this country should have their interest directly rlepresented in the Iiip,'rlal Parliament. Hitherto only a small portion of theni halve beel represented, and that indircctly, u.nd as a natural cons...

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