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A TRIP TO THE GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

A TRIP TO TIlE COLD FIELDS i'?lE following letter was contributed to tihe " Burwood Star of Hope Manuscaipt MRiag zi73,'band as it: is interesting-we have printed it.:- "?' .It was',durigg the time of thie first orut hrX .l( the~L l,?,~,nui, in Sydliey, alhout 'eigh nfc h iiotl, ~ hs? lat it fell to iiy lut to take a trip to lhq gold fields of Ausltralia. It is nlm iitentin\ to give you a brief ac collnt of thait trip,\itn the hope of swciing otherscome forward and gj:inug us a ?ho..t account of their alveniiinrces in this coloiy. At five o'clock of a htitclht aft.ornoont in tlhe month of April the wlirtle of the qas.cinger ellgille gilve Ilus warnlllg that it was tulne to 1tart. Accordingly wd tookl our seats, and off we started on our lurtiey to Rvdal. On ward we went, stppli gg at intcrvals at the different stations alotg the line, intil we carto to Picton (Peir Ih). Aftmr we left Pit ton (Penrith)the trai becamne siower in its motiJin, and lonki g out to ascertain tihe reasol I ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

BALLALAT.l ,. [vuo1M A CU£iRIirSUO EST.. R T I AM.very muchl pleased, indeud, in receiving a culy (weukly) of thu Miners' Advocate, and muslt really . congratulate 'the proprietary in thle ata displayed in re-issuing tlie paper, ]lotwit( tlcnavy pectiniary expenses incrlrredt ill d?tliui -iaosecution that I cnnnnot, but drsignate, judging of the proceed iang from .the newspaper reports, as scanda 1lnis and disgraceful. to many?t -the'parties instituting tlhe prosecution. Doublless there are very\ma n old Ballarat mliners working in" your dit.riact n the var ious collieries, who will bd'glard to srn that the miners of this district intend to follow the examlile of tliIiri'ofllow'- orkera "in Europe and New South WVales, by orgaunizng a Mliners' Association. Not before it is wanted, I amn sure, ivill be the r.caslonsO of the work ing r~ iilers?of your diStricl. I dare say xualIy of yqour readers have beti iforwied, thrloilghl the public piross and.tlter 'ise, the Clunes miners (a quar...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE WIDOW AND ORPHAN PERMANENT MAINTENANCE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

TH1TE 'IDOW AND ORPHAN PERtMANENT AINTEfNANCE PIUND. . 0:'Ilr' hblzards attGndinb tho.?e O wOthling in T'nino. has ah1 s ap been, considored to lo far : Lr'ateri thau oyo otlher knowA oecnpation, so nmuch so, hit .Inlers soeeking to effect a Slife insirance 'olich hiave to pay a much a highr prnmium tlhan either earponters, I1 blnks'miths, masnons, ongineers, &G. In loecd, so extravagant is the preminuim, thi't .o binsure for £400 or £500 at thleir death tlrcos it beyohl the reach of the nmjority S'miniors. We are very pleod to see tie .y ovision modo by thle miners of this dis rict, bothoas i'egards a doctor for the sick, iid alsoa ihd to.reliovo the necessities of hoso Who meet with accildents at',lhmir;br :itinmate oumployment. We ,oay-,H ei:are .leoaedt to soo sluh ~provisionias n ;thse, bho luso in miost cansoes.tl ii'~n mbr receiv ood n medical .nttoildaiiaoea.nd the weekly ilowance, if Iot .oititro'"l will at least as st in pro-iding the mioessauries of lifo. So tr, t...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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POETRY. OLD MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

POETR Y. \ OLD MIEMORIES. Imte reclined I o'er stccf rocks that proudly Frowu'd high o'er }he surges, that beat On the shore, whree the waters crashloudly • thunder, far down at its feet. The ro of od ocean was singing, il a w 1 wildly sur-nwful tone, Vhil· t eon ttf the tempc?st was singing, - Iqu the illow alone. Ye Jono b, bhe deep hloavingb ocean, el? g high s white crest, as le hurl'd His wild foaming vanes in graund motion, That like mnstcers grim round rocks curl'd, An2d ncldmories coeas over nie stealing, Of days, that for ever aredfled, Vith a burst of that sweet tender feeling, Tlhat stirs in oiy hearts o'er hopes dead. Antd visions of parting and meetilg, In beauty sny soil beaminig o'er.. Old friends, each ath kiindly gredeting. Aris", as we pant if yore. Fair, Oh fair! as th beanms of the morning W\hich after ru 1s teoipeats, the day U~hcrs in with all lktauity adorning, Blue skics, dewy krass, brightly gay. And softly, and pur ly, as yonder,, . Atar in QtJfatheb slcas ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DELEGATE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

DELLEGATE MEETING. ON Tuesdar last nimeeting of)DIlegates ofs tife ~Iiners Associatiou, H/unter ITior dis-' trict was hloldl at Mr. Cairns' Hlotel,'Lamb ton. •Prosent:--Messrs. Thos. Alnwiok, Chair maln; 'I'los. Price, lorehole; Jno. Brydon, SWnalleond; Jas:McWilliam.s,Lainitoii j 'l'hl . WiYinoFbottom, ~Waratth : Iichard Illgrnm, Co-operative; -Thos. HIardy, New Lumnib ton; tJns. Iearoldl, Anvil COror k; aud'il Jlo. WVood, Secret ry., - I. , ',o;th. : 'he miniutes of the-e previous~\ moetin' wre :road ,and coafirmed, and Ifler' iio,. correspondence being read thle following i[ lew mlotiolls were proposed : IThat Ilhe baa!nnce due-viz. £1-be paid to,Abed . nego 1o'gan. MIr. BowEt appealed aginnst beingrcorn pelled to pay the levy of 2s. Od. per man to tihe ironworkers. That the case of Wim. Bower be rTeferred back to the Laimbton menc for them to dealwith them selves.--Oarried. That the question of subs.cribilng to thle iron Itradles be dealt with atl the various collecite, as there...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

LTANI) D,( ( .1 MI aa E '~1c1MAbE M AN I SI , a(irlh ta]< , uff.:Chii I?rh ?i ,anl (Li wk.a puwipu i frrce .1 .. . . E. lfj ? .1 t, . ; .a to S YIINi MAN requiru, . HAII. ad . LO ' . IG in a. re?,~su ,ble faimily. Ap-1 ply at thi?s Olliau , at o , 'X. Y.. . .Vi ted lto IW.alla? . d, *ŽalitAT.4 ~$aIfoa ,an* TI wulvia (Aua tai?(U?i'ia gall'.iataaaaa+O?. : at+aLt taa llli 'A~aiayv I+t "a,1aw tor..n. lrlrnc t , tunIs , s ply ..t . c. . titlso TLLVy 1'; ...,. , ,., m*. : ,, H wll-kuown VAtOlH " S T. R1 E." . ,olllngitgli to tho I \,11iiir t Yt;lili~ lii;, 0(l1l0o-f tolun d l ,l lr- o l ith gall 1 2,n(rinh.0 cI n l ,2: .(i( u (oudlr r,?i. cing . kill, with goI i r ' to, < to" ioot., Tiiti0 (,0ll ih .i)21 (t.llyo r (1 ?' joItIlly. A ply to 1.V. .1. .IHA .?.RI ," I;..L'. IIOUSIl , ,Vallslond.12 S.o.ic... (2. C... o..i iii - TERSO 'I? (ig l r, a I lu.uj .Otl. I Ltr,, in.I i,, A.lIt A% N(I J I? ? ruslucOtinu' ,tt; h i? iii- L tore MO10Ž12) (. ( < 1W J. HA IFLS...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Account of Money collected for the Support of the Ironworkers. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

Account of .2llone .collected for the Support of the Ironhor'kers. S P. d. onrehnle ........................ " 1 ] O WVall?send........................ 4, 13 'J " Laurghnton........1................ -i - I 0 11'nralInh..... ...............•.... 2; 10 0 C,-opl? ati v .................... 27 0 0 Vo2ud o.........................o... 0 2 :81(;3 :i 0 CONTR1A ACCOUNT. .I a. d: Sccy.'s expenesto Sydney.. 1 12 0 l'aid ironworkers ............. 161 11 3 P1G3 n 9 alance .............. O 0 O leceived from Greta ......... 3 5 O Since the meeting, Mr. \Vod has received theo following telegram :-" MetL employers and Sir Alf'ecd Stephen (mediator); no sct tlemlent. Monster Inoeting to be held on Thursday evening at the lExlibition."

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

Si'n' ii,- oiil:1 ou : ziI\w 17iu 0 littlo spico! ·linl~ T o iitiocal iii a Jottecr sigi~llo ~ (iii'koo," jliliHIIOiI iii ''Iics os," in.V~~~( Liii IItl(( 1(irl, isb iit'Wiliaii i Ic.~b Li Ilito' tiielo (ilolro to (01(1 ((11( Ilulli ull tipil- ar tlrils. vlfioii theyr retur to10 lld) tie Oir iI~ts 1111 ~L illli 11011~ t:ItuIrI tlLt L IIIIi4(,IH tliL,'w l tiil $i( Ii wlrrC:L~lt voisioul .iiii Cit for iiIhL~rluo." ~ht.11 iiuat n-i juat, fi~clii iL Ilyliag vilit, Ileit thlollu le iiiw, ni' In:1 ii, l'liii Liii(IIIU Itulo ul ti iuiiv 'te L ~L'ii 1 200.l aol iitliiy' of them ii il he ast\ly 1t:110 of i~lrink (1 ~ircl, it ions OuiLull~ll tI I tei~i~fv iiiiL ialuacl. tLiiit Of j:* .1115, IrLiiI~tf 811(1 t Iia-~ 1ii'st figlit, fou~r of tliuri' *ioalfe·1il oreiitiii~on 0111(10 iiii~1lv iii~K1iiii Ii dowi tilt. ILu:L1tlu tUII()iiiihi, 1((L ho tol~k wing, sios)(k 11 ll t dl fiFI~III . Iii f.*i.t, iii~l wvciit 11.10ki tL, 11.0011. No~w, Sir,· tar theo iiiitll 11111 (hruh (tI~tl~ulouIt(11) L ito...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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CO-OPERATIVE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

CO-OPEI.LTIVE MINEI~RS. Tin: following tire the milutes of a moeeting Iheld at Mr. Lnndy's Grapes Inn, Wallsciid, on Monday eveting.last : M[oved and seconded, That tile levy for the iron tradesmen be left to the considecration of the deleogates, and if tlhey are satisfied that 5s. per bmai is really r.quirealthat this Lodge abidles by ther decision. Carried That MIr. IR. JIgrant be appo' te 1 ]delegate for this Loudg," that \lr. J. Sutnuers he appiluted Clltlrllan for the next qjualter.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINER'S ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

('T'o rizu Ei3rioi or TriiC ".1 Ml.N's A)iob.?.?lr.") 1 .?l0A .S,1,-Iwa8 vary u1n'1 :l ltaso5ishdl5l a3 t 1 o*i:ng an arliclel in tlc "'Nuwca:rstla (Ihroniclo" heLalu ' '- i335t.133libriu'5l sit 13',ur Jilsl Uruck." If ovur th.lcrs' w¶5 5: wi\st.e of timh l u ll ,onel3y it 1haa bras at tllii' ,laUce. Jt1 woul dU tsaszl tss? ol Corn OI r arj1 vOJI'y t..l3i3s1 to plaV.y it'. o;ach othuers: haIl ssl, fIr it is wel*| kiow?sws for sail,,, ruin 'tl Is ria th;at thll?a pits, ha;' Ibcurs oi lire for tlb: lu:. 20 ye,',n-tlhis, vl'y pit in lp .t i5L5\" \ V.1Vh t'.csy 83o s5ls.hamaUd of thL lit .), hole .33l, co'rner ulLt-l*ltr tlLit neuiltlr3t lth I tsJ.ct.u(r i tlor l:35n5' i llcml" w ,a' p)rie3n'?. it tlh i st. ?, ilst. they'S'll a In ojuet 51n viewC3 i5' 53 keussinr thlouasi 531way fur tc;a t, lhey wo05thl seO I I" lhal ntIi 31s 85 5.33n I slhllIft tss Lhsir w'tts Ti'll 51.,. ,l::1rl ~,t ntyI.V g''.5 a shock ."u1)l or( tlse d1aysi if is"lis osf tlhisss,. Jsossr fullo3wI hI ]Ur3eI l :lIvu. ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE PRICE OF MEAT. PUBLIC MEETING. THEY DECLINE TO ACCEPT THE BUTCHERS' TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

TIE PRICE OF MEAT. PUDLIC MEETLNG. THEY I.ECLINE TO ACCErT THE UUTICHLERW~ TERMSl. Or Sa'tnrlday oevenling a pUblic mineiing of those interested ill the present. selling price of meat was iell in friont of the station-house, Wallsend, thr thle ptm pose of lhering a report froim tile colnmittee appointedl to wait upon the butchers, tile particulars of a hiclh appeared in our last issnue. Mr. ~MI?TChELL rrcSided, and stated at length what had transpired. Mr. E. LEWIs said there was an improve ment in thle meat that day, and lhe would pIro pose that they agree to the present rates for one nionth, when the commnittee again convene a public mbeting respecting the quality of the meat. " - - Mr. M. Du.sit"i secondled the motion; but when put to1he meeting it was negatived. M?r. P"I?cir recommended the mmeeting to adopt a scale, although the present scale ulight.be tliought too lhigh. lie recommended thecm to adolitthle systemi even if they did niot approve of tlhe price. Mr. D)JsmIN said h...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

Oir.lginal or(Ircspotoiicca.r. . Let iL 1he li.lintly mtuleritood "thlat, we ,1o not ,I 'Ire'aily i.shl·tify ,urt~~lv?s withl the uopinioz. cxJ,'r.sustl you cOr,lzr'IcIispideLnts.] .

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

NEWCASTLE? SHIPPING. IVESSELS LOADING AND) TO LOAD). Ar l.-,rn?ic. h:rqu,. ,?g Tri?ett; loading A. A. Co. L· - ult, -ship, 73 5. R:obIn m, n ; lot.ding Warliend r'osniio. arque, "'C22, Gahllnt -E k, larqu?., 13,, Irvine -;eocge Crawshaw, barque, .670, Cook ; loaling Wll end. Saxon, barque, 4122, 11']Kay leatlherbelle. brlig, 18', Dunderdale *,. - •J ewe:a . A taica.,, barqu, :'49"8 - mct;"nal to 3le "' urgo'nautcr ?nan Miiddlebiinrgh, Dut:ch barque, 736, liock: landing Lmnbton bn ri " E'en Iuntluy LUaqun, LutLigel?; to load. Wallsandk' VurubtrI, 510, b Lr jue, WVhiting . K,,h-i-.or, bar ue, dI, 'iScot ; loading;iew Lnmb 1.~1 -olatca'. i"'n'arh unique, ,53, Odin ; to lond Waratahl V'. C. J:.. I n:rue, 2l), Sampeoni .Albr.ulr,. bk:.l u, 774. Thoumns "ier' CI.O , -eholOner.-2117, ?:aterC L.olia ;. .olag Alnc'riclan scllhooijer, G0o, Crockett -ll noltnill c.ur'., hxariute, G0.0, Agntew Mu1o, brig, 21.1. 1'nttler'us; .to.ioad A.-A.. Co. -

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

New andd Fashionbe Good for the Seeson i .-,~ ,~~[ • . .~C~PI J. I-I. NETTLE IIAS RETURINED FROM SY'NEY, WITII A CIOICE LOT OF bRESS MATER~IALS, :'?D R • ~s s a:w;:E r3 a L S CO311'lH IBING- ? .FANCY LUSThI lS, J'us:anr, * JA'TIST11 ,' in plhin and f cu bmo.,hrs, lI'QUE 'andl JL?LI.TI COSTU hES, , SATIN; S'TIIPE, andl CITIlCI MUShINS, -iiimbri Pri .s, implaisslp i .-ld Iolrdere4l, LLAMAS, Japanese Silks, Purachmtes ndl ULnbrcllus, Mosqnito Net.s, Sheetiings, Stay, s, All numsbers inr ' HlorrockI". Long. Cloths, " DaIn, n k anil C1h.1h 'Tual;t Covers, . Quilts and Toilet Cuvoy.,. Oi1 B3:izes, D:ruggottiings, M?Ltting, maind HIeartLh :Rugs I,?siiry aini1d IHb(er5lrd 4s?hllr(y in all descriptions. A BPLENDID ASSO,.q11'l'ENT O01' IMENS' BOS~S' AND YOUT'rIS' CLOTIIING A nic Iit of Mon's HATS; Belts; hnaces, and Tiecs. -- -)::(-- hOTE THET hlDDlRES J. H. NETTLE, "SOMERSE T IH OUSE," -NEXT' JR.S. IVEIJD'S ILLI[,ER Y E.ST*IJHsIIIEN H. .te.-st. eet, Newca.tle. To the Milners and the Inlhabit...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

ENLARGrEMEN1 T OF THil "MINERS' ADVOCATE.' ' r-IE Proprietors havo much pleasure in -- in?oiUcinig tlhnt, through having made EXTENSIVE ALTER?ATIONSa they will tprint a S U P P I E M E N T with EVERY ISSUE from SATURDAY N 15X1'', 01st Instunct, w]h9n lun Interesting? 'I'ALE, of. .:absorbing .intere'st, will - lso tpile'nr, and beO coutinited from week to week. Interestiin items of HOME MIN IUG ]NE\'S will nlso be regularly selected froin the best IIlomo Colliery PIpcrs, thus . enltincing the nalue of tlihe AUVOCATc, rE rs'1 RFiADlAJL :,nd tl ELTnABLE .,OUItRAL. TO ' I01tI*BPONDENTS. C ,-rrespondilict artu Tequctedt *to adhere" to the fullinvin stiggL'stiona to ensurc insertion : To write uily on one aidel of the paiper, to write in clena iinld ditintct charancters, nild to avoidl nll scurrility or oflcnsivo persobnlity. IEachl writer will bo requnired to forward.his or ]iCr ntae, in)t necessarily for publication, but us a: guara.ntoe of good faith. TO OUIl SUlDSCIIItERS, Subscrihors...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Gardening and Agricultural Calender for February, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

Gardening and Agricultural Calender for February, 1874. Krrciti:s GAIDun : Celery must be earthed up as required, nIl Illore nl?y- be planted out tor n suc ceusioll. Cntintle to sow peas, beans, beet, turnhip, broe.ilic, .c., :oid plant out whatever. mry be left in tlhe ise-d beds. Carefully attend to cuconiber p]l:ts. watcring well in dry wcathler.-~FLOwiEl (. Al.l e ° : TI'hi ,ou t dahliai b uds. 'Plant out pernuial anid? Iirnolial Ilower platit suchl as stiocks, sweet willinms. ~c., in cloudy day, and give theui water. I·ec;, il bedsiI and iordier free frofrn ceds ; remove it] dcrye.:icd lI?oois. --OICIIItnu .ASD FItU'iT iuR Ul : Attend to all fruit trees. reanorivng all ripe fruit. 'Cle:hr g.|ui. viem fronu all useless hIoota anud tcndrils: bC ut tit it all 'branches are exposecd to tlo c -sti . nll Iil'--lrtll:LD OIa:nirO.NYH a : ihw Clape -lrlevu?" Ian. turuiupi . 1'lan.t lt,.atoe.- K"eep anair.e crops 'le Utc . ut tohacco. Gtthucr all ripe cotton pit.s, tlakinig c:are not to ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. INCORPORATION OF WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

WALLSEND AND L'L.ATTr'SiURW. I'COlrtOITc A'rION Ui'rT ALl-MtIS-V. We Arci iiino'iJ l t.l.it tur membei" r, .JlmieIli's J:liIn n1 ll, ID .q., wat'tite tn thel t; i t (Jal tiat S a"tur li ul. 'lat h i llt.n the pa?.i; week, e~aeti e.e 'lolli? l t.U llillaeti a I'u Wr:aJltkel. tlltll(l:tlliul jLit w to IililueiLIr ill ttlU " L;Lni uiU " yn'et e irdaIv- h riaidlay]. J:SxI.'.<IO.N o.r 1I1' I: '*DAMPI' Ti 'I JUl wAL?-?Esnl 0n1 'J'tumsdtiy Ii :t;ir cxlr ill, mti of tlhi delcriltion t kiiiii ii al<J< +i1 rt \inrb <it" theu abL]iv' e jt lpt 'll J+t "Now ? H l'lllll," wahtirtetIy al:r. llCurry, OveriiimallI tlint ai tatitier tliiiueat Tr'.2'llaedlay wa'erI tiurttit it aJ arajai)t.. thal;t the lu itt't'r wias ',.rki,, int a I,. a:rI1l wtlI tLh: Itiakal jai: i,,,-tlUe tI~itLe . ItUilg oU,'oUitly fl.Uo f?,tt.o g:iat. w?henIe th?t" IvtvPriial Sixlatllll.ll.l this lat'u ill ttUhe itotatait ag, tautaItfir th t ta mitte cateuilactataaei otajaratito.H, alit...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

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Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

Oin nsnally' quiet township is assuming tho SiiitopiOiiis uf Municilpal activity: ". Sincuc i last coi'roipilencu aLn .Opposition Council'" has been cstablishld. I. did ;not Inhear under I what acl,; but beIlievo the MuIili'cipaliti.osAAt, of'ilS? 7 is tlhe one the Opposition Coniil lihas ngrocd to take as its gideo,seeing that thelo. Council establish6d i.two' yrs' ago, andl liichli holds (flice unider Act of Parliamenlt, has do parl'tedso far 'fron its. The Munlcipal elcc tions- lhavo passed over, but not wilhout leaviing dregs of dissatisfaction amolingst a - largo number of electors. A number of tlid. - eleutois li t.a formed tcnlsuIlves -intul-a-coin---" uinitLeo, for tlhe pnrpose of inquirii giarto the 'elegibility. of o?o of the lo latlo Lk4idrialond wiho 'lhas been reo-oluctd, some doubts existiag in thllir iiid(ls thl't lii is disqualified from hold ing oflice in theo Council while ,ini receipti 'of C ?" piofit at the disposal of thel Council.. iTh -" 'Act,': so far 'as, I ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARATAH. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

TVAIRATAf. 1UNICII'AL COULJCJL. A lEETING Of th1e uiovO touk I(hl.;o this eye big. Present: Alhleriieni Moiody, H-harpur, WVuoods, Turner, Bell, ,Jalcs V\allaci, and M'Michael. .11r. J. Duaniils, Conucil Clerk, in the chair. Business: Electhiin (f Mlayor. Alderman ',Vallace, proposed by Alderuman WVoods, seeonded by Alderman James; Al dermIin ,l'Michacl, propiosed by Altderman .Vatrson, secnnded by Aldermian nlarpr, sup prted by. Alderman i loody. A show of hands was taken-Ahlulcrniein IBell, 'Tulrner, ,Janle.., alld \\oods for Alderman -XWallace. Ahlelrincn IMoody, IHarpur, .nildl \Vatsn for Alderman M~l'iichael. Alderman H1arpur objectoed to the illegal mriianicr ini whichi the election had been coniductedl. Aniother .-how of lhand.- was taken, whichI ,resulteld as folhols: Aldtrimiin Afoodly, \VatsLon, Ila i-uri, aiil M'.lichacld fiir Alderman IL'AlithtI.cl Al des'men .Jiiams, T'urner, ellt-Ilt ul 1 Vool| flor .Aleriian Vallacc. Mr. W\llacie nit votitg. ''lhe Lvotes '!iiulg uuUia...

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