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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

PUflLIC N1LELJNJ ; -..i;l?OilL]: I8,~i ?]?] l:i? , · ·,,? - . : :,..: On .Tuo'hcdy l cl ovon? the lijol,'?d 1iilib; meetilg of tho inlihilants oi" ]hii:oi' d toiiinl neiglhbourliooild ..wii ' hi4d ?11.i thd hcticilloo(Ii when the cliiuirni 0i (AI:. 1oW;itell) ]vi'ug opUlned U tlho:( i otin.g wltl a ~fbw r1lllii'] o4-W the subjeot which licth had iu'tciiiobi d'Lu discUi ," vi?, thlio"" i olh!in,",t"' of ?iddition h. iouboii i to on ~ ,t'i4 iiV 0i0li.uilal coninittoo, the socrotut.y- (', 7.1 Malcily, Esq.) ,m'ld tile minutistu of the .prloviuls aim(ot;inl , wh'ich'l worol lldly, r'ceivod.:,., :, : : . ; by Mi I' luyto.", 1,iil, liii04i' tiUUh, 14101'fih I0'1i40vh _-,j'a ointoduit 1io 1 411 ]i I0il1?0i. 0 diio 111,,l1ihqe Itl,; _,ion. w, ni414)1 th1 l crJ4 i 0 ?4ijtllot le gir? la-? s 'lnia (nergy lu1t iuthenrzii the ' 10 1 1'14i4 &ould be intii.hed iou14 thehiis iii"tr iitli0 - tbiiiglr~ Iiiiight Jo. £u~iid on withr morea ciiergy 1 3I1.-.Jifi~i tlwxi i~o.oe end, in rcpl~l to ~...

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

* BUiTUaVO)Os. " TaI.CTUILE.--On te C cvuoing of Ma<iail;ay the Otl instant thle I.ov. Mr. Datvis, "cf ]lallartat, delivered .i lecture on utsttrono\my, accomipanied sflth (Lii a'iilly liae views :4 the " Solar?ll.'. 'a,'Li' .. .owis, J'Esl., In s;pcctortof Mi)les, ~ tik htl.le fclhir, gave a lbrief untlihno-af ha ?is.torv i'f the scince. of 'astrontu v firomn tli dL of rly tl;Itgo<ras, tlec Greek Imatll i aaatticih "ami d [>lilil<osi lohI r, who was the first tihat blievead the .st t? ( beo the centre of tlhe sulur syvstc-a. IJi (tlhe chairannt) dwelt ]irtichltlarly- on tie tldis coveri?t s tiltl an invettioati af (' thil.o, .giVila " ut tl(he sUllne time Ia sl-l)rt iaccoItI i't otf his life, after whichdi he iait.roducUd theI lecturer tc o thie udienacK.si t ai(!teaoIc <aaiaaria sin stteid thlat",*rhl..i..tatattnai y wa.-s ot a " tlhe musttaoi u ti tjuong t.lh s alours ta. trenta i. a poi ne" -u.nt?"S., h b Iu I h Id if tliy wouhl hIe...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. MINERS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

"rL6IIT 1 t?'r (vcw:c OUR Cou)nLs^ecrONDE'Nrs.) LAMIT(ON. , M1INL~S ME1ETINO. APl cUI.S of R cIcCial geciceal meOLing held Fe'ub. I1Ih--Ir. \V. .SmiLth in Litheoiclr. As tlere. was so few presccl thu licticein) was. tested as to wlchelher cit wcu a~visable to lrocoeed or nota. It wac decided to go uon with lh e business. - Thu delogate.o tIoi ganvo his report of thle mooti+cg hold ocn T'IcUSdly last. Pr?cposed andse ecn('sondcd--"lcThat tihe ques. l.ion in roeference to thb i viliditv?of tice hisi.C cuvy bo postlponcced to est nitic?tig.'r.f-.cirried : The meeting nplr'oved of .lce course-t chen by thle iolegaltcs inl rclfulrence ,to , yit I Mr. WVood's ecxpeonses to Siydey ocit oftice Icooley subscribed for thie Sydcey ?Io'oil~'oe's. Proposoed andc seconded--' TIlat we aroein favour of Lthe demconstration.''---Carried., The district balancl-sliuit- was tihen scll ciitted, whicc was adtlited.cl. .After dwcling with sevural oticer looi nmatf tecs, ilL cecooiticg adjtoccccucnd sbce di...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BAPTIST CHURCH, WALLSEND. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. LECTURE ON FATHER GRASSI, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

BA]I?TIST CIIURCIl, VALLSENI~. •, ANNIVERSAR Y SERVICES. LECTURE ON. FATHER GRAcSSI, &. ON Sunday aInst tlhe anniiversary~ services in connectioni withi the 'ablovio churIc h were preached by tihe Rev. D, Allen, of Sydney~ to, large congr'egationld,--n -inlib" orning, ?; itour nIon, and eveningll..:1,. in. - ,' On tlio fdllowing Mlonday the Rev. D. Allon delivered :a imost.inteolaeting ;and eshilfying lecture oin "' Father Gr:asgi bheoi the luqisi ticn and thleatacnombs.of 1~.imei" -. J., F-iwTIOHII, l?EsqC., denpiod thn claihi, and ini a few well chosen andal:appropriate renlPk cs introdi'cdid ilh lIc.urer. Rev. D. A, .ni, said le was pleased with tlhe remarks of the Chairman. To.Protestants Ihe said the Ohurch of Rome oawe6 her oxiit once. in England, but while we allowred to 'tlh Chuirch of R31u6 hr b liberty and ::to do: whauti she pleased ill her ecccesiastical departnments, we would not allow her any political power whatever, and .this was the only objection Pruteitait...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WAGES IN THE LANCASHIRE COAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

iwAGES ]N. THE LA NOASIIIL?E. S 'COA&L TlRAINE. , Fon the past tod months the men omplovcd in tihe variois branches,of the iicoal tiratld of the 1Manchistec dlistrict hava beoccn' in an ahtimst :conltinaln sLato of agitntion for higher wages, and from one depnatnsent aftr at anthist demnanilds have been sent in for 'inictntsed t'4, iunration. Tlie agititiontlO alnoihtgst the coal lit.,verts 'and cal'ters is. oxtended, and t n of thc, pricilinal fi rmns hasrj nst received niotcis ;ftir'n advailce of 4s. per week, which woild b'liiigi uplthe wnges of tis of tis dsof min, whio itro-. vious" to the higli;hprico of cnal wero receiving fion?r.l)s]: t, 17s., to 27s.. or 28s. licr woeek. In.tlhe Bolton district notices have hehi' ie coivoid from the enginomlunt for an advatic, alidl2s'.-pi' wooeek hitis 'alicaildy booeen concedled.' In the iWigai distiict ai agitation has ,been. comiliiiibedil.by ,theilniners for an advance of 15 pe'r ceit., oni.othe -ground that the' mnist'ors are ...

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

?.1 Ii ,!i. .......NEWY.IAMBTON.,'?"prm : Tii? :followilng correslondenieo was hold over by,us two weeksl ago through pressure uponi 'hfr space,- but- as consideorahl?e"likcns?T?' I Ihas taken place roespectilng ,it, iwe1ihave: been ro qaested to piublish it at this stage:- ,-,e'o hold a'imeneting of the miners on Wed nosdlayJst, the 18th inst.;, to take the qijesd tion relltinag to'the ironi-workers strike into cdnsideur'ahin, bult owing to the inlclsliecy of the weathdir we hd a vury poor muster, and 1I hog to informn onl that the iuinurs at tlsja oe1libiry almost to6?.aui n rareiiecidddly agamhe.st givinig.any sipport to therniioni Si dney on striko, ai· we one land ,all considelr tlhey have no jlust, reason totglu~e onl their blor~ll. ' -In the first jlal? theotl Waiisterm do!L t Wit.wat Ielluco wnag ; *'sendl.l; thle'ldonii't uant inor have noi??utul?wis to mako',any 'additioii to the ,, }[ , ? A" ?. ? " lhor.s of ill our. Now, for my part, l,canrnot see any differreceu n , a r...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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A WORKING MAN'S CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 February 1874

A WORTKING MAN'S CANDIDATE. (From ithe Duil T'elelg*,aph.) VyArrtvi.n else is uncertain with reogard to the next Parliamentt, it may be safely predicted thatone " working atun's candidate" at least will sit in it. 110 will be returned by tihe baroughl of Morpetlh, whichl for twenty-one years has been represented by Sir George Orcy. That well-known statesman, who has occupied so hlonourab!e and plrominnt a place in politics for more than forty y'uars, has notified to the Morpeth electors that he will not seek re-election at their hanls. W'e spcank in no disparagement of tlhe right hononrable gentleman if we say that le nor any other candidate could hope in future to carry MIorpetl against the iudustrial vote. By a somewhat peculiarchain of cirenmstances, a large body of miners have obtained tlhe franchise there, and it had thus becmeC merely a question as to whomn they would designate for their fortl.coni'g representative. Their choice-left free by the well-nearned ietireement of Sir...

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

MUXIV.1WAL COUNCIL. l'Tho Council mIt inl their, Chamber, aon Tnuesday 'last; PrI:csent*i The Malyor (Mr.~ .T. Abol) Aldoironn Jones, Mladdclc, ,Grant; :Dainl.y, Goodhlow, andl S&roons. '"hJominutn s of the -piieoviouns niout?lig 'ware reid anld ?unou Iir med,. t o oRTniIsvoNi)E'joiC. J A iq Lot~tor to losi'M Jelihsbon ald 1ritterw?rtlj (Pilkington's snlt eelos),.informing thern tihat a motion-was passedl on the 27th ultimo, calling upon him to fiuish tlihe cont'racet atT hrlk Cseok in, saran; days fioi Ithat .ilto, or the Mayorm onuld call fo teilders to completo the sameO; ; from· 1ir, John buathi r.u intig l0periisisw: ?N to usc tUe footlpathl oppnsite hisJ house iln i)ixon-street, to place bLilidig materials thereon during repairs. l'ernmission was grauted to Mr. Smnith. iniPOInTs. 7 The nMayor readn the following repdit'i from the WVorking F'oreman :- " . ,To his W\uril thie Mayor, &c.-rGO'entle inen--TIn-ie ?~iat'tFlaini ?nd -I" we'e-at. Iuhr'ihg th ]nti, la ?'...

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

* Time Ihamilton Oxxinibuisse~, T OS. TUDOR deires i t.hank the public of i HaniJtoin and district fnr tlile liberal iptrun age he lia recivcl since iruing his 'Busses, a d as ach gcn? satisfact hls becl givell Ia Will continue n t Leaves Iansu ed an& ut 7 pn.,. -anrd ever ba~r ,lr dln day. " € Wredding lt'ties r c at?entlcd on th11 nost reasnalUle tc 'Us. r Agricultural HIotdl, (17 Insuilton. fELMORULE SOAP \VOR]KS. THE utr higned o i LEA D the prnmiises k own as th .O SOAP 1VOIKS an , ,,.,i.rs i n r1,' of t-c, oapninker, in kct tarde w'itlh a .r.. ticle tt will gir *ve , ion . t tholowest markct quotat is. 'WILLJIY ? ]ICHAI DSON, llehnole So1p Works. To Quarrymen, Miners, and Others. d ?IC KS. - S,....ls - .?L ,,r, _?2 , I . ... ] S lb. key.s. ,_.l ll€iLgfte. To 1posoff disa,,p,,,,ointru y.o/,,. o,,de, besold by galight. ALCOOK Iroumonger, Newcastle. To Painters. O N? SALTE-,est White Lead, very anuprior article ink kcgsand caisks,.)l Ld, Paint, ])riers, Grounid Umber, (ln...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO FATHER GRASSI IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

To FATHnERI 4.RASMI 4N hLME. At a public meeting held in the Particular Baptist Church, Wallsend. on Monday, the 9th Fe nary, J. Fletcher, Esq., in the chair, it "Ilas nunaninbously passed that - letter bnj.wra 1efiion and sympathy be aent r ne. The follow. ing is a copy of t1 relOpose letter to be sent, after the due signetS•, translations, &c.: Particular Bap Church, Walleend, New South ales, Australia, February 13th, 1874. To thne Rev. Mr. TVall. Dra.u BoToHr -, . Grace, mercy, love, and peace he unto you, and to the believers in Rome, through our Lord Jesus Olir st. The new or Father Grassi's conversion • hawinz reached thi remote region, and having ap pearn.- in various ublications, the Rev. D. Allen?, ?pestor of the Bapt t Church, Sydney, commenced a series of lecture on the .ubject. On Monday, February 9th, a lec ,re was delivered in t':e IBaiptist Church, WVallsend, my the Rev. D. Allen. There was a crowded aul ence, and the deepest interest manifested by all prea,.n...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

POR OLUB. IPort* ao~its HPortra~tits ITFHE minh tnut or Walmdsmnd an11( diitriati V.o .R.LufoJ a~ that anm oxcollhmut amid maro ojp iq tunimty~ lnowimccui' for sioomirang~ anm AuTISTIC PORTRAIT IN OIL P U.VINT by Fthtnightly instahnonts of Os. .,? Ordirs roodvel by Afr. T?ro.diA M'CmiA, WValliund, and at the OrTy Ponw'rmiRm oonmts, 9ui?. ,orutlo (iaext Rouse's 11otal), whuro spomisonsa cniV. alii . be a,.on. ; ' lh J ~i-H Li.tP ]'A:.i.llEft 'EYl. fur It. f01 t'l., "' w e t f'€ )t'C'fLre~ to l'AY'" CAS11I £f*r .tlt zthov. qnzu :tit.v,, *it, filgtre ?lituto. "Ajppl; " "' * 'lLO1'ltIf 1t'1't)118 '~tilNEl~lfg AD)VOCATE'l." . KOTt: E e , A OE , :. .,ie n. "Y ,rE) UN( MASS 'I'Yr fIo " (I r... * "w v. r!*1 p? a Insurd npq' in-.u reo th ,s.'? pe r .,. Owe r .e p ateluntoaed to Drapey fo re biort 1. Apply to u " l , - A , .RENT ,IC .'AeNTED s?[.& ,d toc NT D . , for a,.'x-. - 140 s1 toi rn. AŽNT. , ,-or \L 'JRVANTI'. W Li ' nr e. , t n supet.'xt pler". .' A70 * .JO3N. 31cl:TOSH,ei 14...

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 — 21 February 1874

(Ta nit Earroi ar*t' 'rol MllNEt' 'AtiVOCAtity. ) Su-.crive a ILcornar ini yani mnuet I iillitibll pat|er fao, the jiu i'jogu oht aliing imr lxonui tintv's nto inu tlotio to t it nacnidttlii g i' glit alitvu imltik i Il'i?.i itt.l Fioutr -ilt.O.i uk, hotli of hilli outr' ]"x'tniintlor hli to Iuna u. ipqnire 11jinl. i ih cit ehut'htbr.i: .ilibti'i'y, imtcvt h nufli im aken fi + n vntrugii uo . 'T hil [tiV Pgvtogm.; In uat nr 11 ni?0+ Jl l row'hii t oh+1 (,1 liaise +lii P'. 1\V f etr,?o's pit wlifcli;t.hh'va nbt-.heolt th Icioibtlbn.t4 vi iltil tinh it up,.if ho once sitod'c a?00o :hiv ljiti'ftqsyjialol vigs. ' tiho,9thert wits Ii i ti l 'fhuthl) oni -t'o it uyoutig?unma anicj<AnoItlfrd Knillai'. gilin, with moutlajiin ojiiig, vn sm:it/gdoidgi the Shinlgninikiai1o 1 t 'ii to. "|1 gdinitiuit ic kiu,,w,-noLh|ilg lhhntinit.tinui, nur thao taentitiuisnlv.is, itigo jl ing!. ..glggtg1<jhg- ititld ti c o i' m ' tni. j u'est.i'ncit 'Yiiitwi ntqni ut <ue tnhttt...

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 — 21 February 1874

(To T'rii ErIlTOlm oi .jul. I" A'ilN:li ' A.pro'Ac.'r.") Si,---1 w1as r.ithrtlcr ni33s10ed i .lat wo.'k' l. iI?L0r 0n3 r<3'3I(|l'g iii mrlitcl, .-igiedl " 1'iiir 1I.hiv.' Whaift .is " lnair I.'In" trying lo prIlOve ? i' flist 1'i ,ies in ' t11,t' " Inckou'" runiiirk;, iiil thul i ,limiti ii to lie righit. I lnpp'i to kn ocw I f'ow nluti s33 tlhat. tilk.s p'l3ce cvrdPvy 'Sllaih illn tli locnality r tllt .hl:ltil'n nud i Idlnu 'nmil c1li afliini tli' fHe o' iirdl" dles ltid gr'o .half in r ienl3lgh1. * l 'ii I' li"" Iml.<t surely kinw olt! of 3Ils cnidirega'n tiin wais con'curllied ill tlhe trolly (illalur, nli?l a. plle3i3ecl to stite .wi's, at clhpll tihe t'ollowiig .Shbbatlh: "l!>ir P'hij" inl ,butiviTre-of t~he i'arly owning the gl r din tiikh i "lo 333n lan1ded l.giu ii..l .sworle h3 . 3l ,wutlld shoot 33,nre 33330r 3d3 ir. '"Piir 3'Iev" ciinot l.(0 i, r filiitl.tiiih r ofl13" 33yinli33"wp.W ii)(.n wL 3niis ly 3i3igi3s3l3 in .weilling n ' 33lll333 3i'1lii...

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 — 21 February 1874

(To ru? Eor'ron or me " .?_l?M zs AI vor:.") Srn,--1Vould you allow ,.n.. a l]i;tl?1 spce n yotur ps. er La "Iee h. fore the ditric.t the disgraceful itate of the air is the Borehole :No. 2 1i. wa's in hiapes that nniu abler pen i lan uinh I. o,,h[ have taken this matter up 1. og befo'e" th , but, is no o?' or petonl t~SemtC Lo ca foriia"rhd I mutst do miny ~es; to Dtce at few fat ?ufore yoe. T het :r J't the asove pit is very bucl, al zouwiL thah.hding the f'ueieit coiphz?]tl ?' to h ote e'r . , n.thinin iti | toh better it. ' hi eI IsIptor u"of M.d.i, ne:,?.cey ever pa s us n visit, 1Ml Wheli hIi does visit I the p. t the bo'i'ds ae t..g',cted, for I r:ut il~eutue yot. ..ir. Ejhltor, thiatL I ihave leeuaniioiiayin this thistruet btefu 0o preen'ut inspector hi hi L ii.t tne. ilno I have only seen him once in the hdatrdI that L I jive Se¢'Cu iorki 'ifit, atnt that o'e~o unoler hircnnistance, which I wihi,, ettiotn sme ,ither time. KNos, 8ir, the part of the work nm. tcoomphineld of ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE PRICE OF MEAT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

T... ' PT'TI Ci? 1 O' MEAT. (To ,r'n ' E rou ' i' TH0I' ' *11' M'ni'- -orA'rt.") "" S--M1y atonlirin has hite'ly lj.jn (c141 to an energei ,ulf ov.emrnt tande bv s.larL.e end influential u 1 14r" of 41in1r, comphninilg 141 thi lpr';o and jualitt of t.h inent aitipliad i.y the butch,.r4 in.tho' vaitrnls 11ninig tlwn.11i pl- -a',ni, cardfully pr. uig.f the rulurto ii '4veal" nilat4in4l I fiud thai thi 0con0u1'.4 ho1.1 l'l'ld l 1ifel1u?I op1im . ifnuIy. 1 inti, a1 I th ' t tli hatch r .4 8e1n equ4hlily snornu1t of thh"i s Itut1.t frmiti?,n. As ,une hwa-ng expor'ione,¢ Sn,ll the sibjec4t, I a' hh11s? you .with tio view4, of :hu'ling the di'1 'rIur'ii: wh'ch 1oo1 1 to exi', ahd which, J.:amin ?le, onl y" requtire t,?:ho explained ito 11101 -If Lo01l4144.l 1o 0011' to1 4U 1 s 1u .1i'e. 1 r'e'gr ?,lt my thito 1\'ill n,,t 1,orn't we to ou'er fully. ano the uatltrrl An exl2pinoLe Oxtoiuling ovr ltwellntyfollur ye'ars u11ble n Io t60 d(1,] 4ractildly mul,'I ho'lO. lucce44fu'Iy, for thl, 1,'in...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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DEMONSTRATION OF MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

DFMONSTRATIO: OF MI TI.),S. • r last week's issuioWe iannouncei l that the iners intended to celebrate, by a grand de u onstration, the agreement entered into by ,eAssociated Masters and the inerhbors of te Coad - Miners Protective Assicistion, hich is to take place on the 1stMarch next.. e hilhly approve of thii step. Some par Mssy thfat thle inners, a a class, are uno :atef for- sinvthiing tho~yQ r~ei~h bt we 1 ators, and rove to tl e world that, w'hilst .ery are e rights . y can a so np >reciato ,ve m etnsurc hereby jiistide' ii. .one t, both ch'itnl ibour, and the recurrence of Mti'kes ren rred all .lut impossibl.e. !Wu thinlk that the public, both of. New :stle and the dsroduibndin.- d ij.ricti., oiliht to Ike a part in this delidd.str'iftiibiecausi ' perity, t. all ints ant purjoscs, .a teheihands ohav the uminers. iust exne . i~nous fonall coiuicrned; that being the I then we say it ought to be a matter of poicing to all, that an agreement has been iered into by which, st'...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

aOrignlt Corrcspon Vtice. S/..eL it. Ii (1istinCt.y ntdefstoo(1 thatt we. do'not ne,.urily id..ntify ourselves with t~hie oLpiniohes] ,'expbe's.?d by ,ti* e,.t'te:-?pondennts.]l

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

.? UNITE.ll't .'l'nOD ia U . Ui . - C IIUIIU II. 'PlfEIAr r ser'viCes 'Ii 1Iehalf of (tle circuit fnnd n rn' behlli il tlhe \V;ill.?end Unj ited A llithodisLl irri ( hIiirehi on 8niuday n.li Alidaiy.. 15th anti U blh:'.Feb. T'he RHev. J. WVslacoitt,Tof .Sydney, preached three' seruonsl toni the .biilllathi. toa good anlIl ual.teitive coiigrrgnalt iun. UOi 'AMiiny;, i pitlilc and fareweli tea meet ing tooik plhtice, wliili wiias well patrolisiod, aihl on the liibles bcing cleaired away the circuit stewardi'Mr. W.'-iLnslvy, jun., was called to the chair. Ilegret wis expressed that. our esteemed friend, Alr. .:\V Wtkin, wus not able, according to nunouncemniiit, to pie side owing to a severe illn6ss. The. CHiAii.ix?N, in a few . well-chosen re ninrks, called on tliue Rev..J. arvey, to road tile reliort, which shliwed tlhat 'there'.was a liebt owiigjo thie minisiter of sonimo tvcbity live.pqoind,-whlich, .it was the object of this ineotiiig ,tojraiso, two. of the lady unitbers lild lioe...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY.—SWEET V. IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

WALLSENI) AN[) PLA iTi~iUJ1O. St'PRItI E 0 (UT'1, rYJ NI.SI.-NWrPr~ V. TDhItI.LL five hJurr, er, thi:'t it rnw remrinh f r Mr.. 'qwvrt .n hmvc KilL c0no set dr.wn fur hlrarir'ng gnain r thn r next Alnril inittir'gr. \ A ,e1!-atten:dedwlr t: nf Nr,. a ].rr.ln was h-1l rnt reornirg, ri , r of r. report to next wee A pitllic mcctitig \\vill tiik~u onl Tocx~ilny oven1 1uotitioiiiii tint ,ltenettui. for '\:Il;sieiil vnrriiiiie griievilluxeetsl.-. li.AlniewiIjot. 'Iclil~ llOlt nLiti'iO·Ji. werc e pllleate d toi )leant. l~oi hur. ~Ittii~ tlvi, hot trove ii ilL hrtincu nclwniiottitI l Sitih llrci.1oIiugc: inlutot:ic Jr ttt'iittnoirlt iilivl. lii ItrL· lrIi tlii i l'olt \\clr~l)ktte b1·illea ui it tiiiime nizil itsrcoi Io 'tli:rli -iol JI ititit; Init oler of - ntt'at('Ar.· L~ii(1iitt i II 'OI:\I Sl C itttii n li'u''.II 0 i ii t ol 1cnui'ii t~ot, iiilitl! itrilly wit ]lit n hinitecol .Aq O11 1, '~rcr(Ij l· OYi-cl) ili,. Jir -i2.~:r' crllrcnu l1r.: \tr. 4.vi lh,: lcl II lh1 M. Audww.,~·?r apl...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE IRON STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

J~Ta. ROpa STRIE. -vn. ,Torot o Iohls kindly favos red us _ith thefolloing lettor: , , " | , ...". Q - ' ght, H'oiir? C izteronC ,- o ..:':? George-strect *c 7t?? 1874" lo rl~kussI recewied .)our telegram thoiday hit oulfc~aL~se romth beg ;ini g1 to tahear. t I good news htvot oosd cIseot n fihsur you tiat;it grewime, oh?estd" isa.t h rpsoe a?nd tr setor?'.tod?Lod,,r so ,qhr A Ifr'e'd',titl~i;i~z (?o Whl't:&1'?d }idin"i at is prrv ate .eal icnce,. asoowirdt to wois.requost n or the " Sdney -.R'righ frind," gt half-past tons, thoao f :-VO wad lyo aoura' dlIeua.one. witeh., him o..-.'?o'u msowyd 1hj aulr-so from t~hebeginninhgto ithe eond -e tgiksa :wk havo a gord cance to fight for, but hie wisfict dstaforge t the past, and toly-Innds b glof. d friends again, so we promIsed we wonuhl, and for that jjul2 ora.go w offered to meet our employors, ifmposs ?bi, Weth tsi w dowing suggestions, that Io o-Ifn wo ha?o ' tir one brcek,':?rouhlddur employoers, a-Ilowlan~l _?.[ltl-r i tsx....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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