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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

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Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PUBLIC MEETING AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

PUBLIC MiEETING Al' MELUIOUIIE. From the "Argus," February I8th. A pulilic meeting, wis held inl the Ttadles' H-all ystottl;ty eteviing, ftr ml:e pitu'pose f holiing it x plautinonu tIrum .Ir. J. _erturd, a delegaie front the ti3"lfney wio'kuwn, with teforeceo to the diisplUte now exititng jetween the masters- antti men in tit e iciin trade in Syditey reslueoting the hours of labour. 'fhere were asout eighty persons piesent. Mr. J-; II. Crows, !d.L.A., was in the chair. "ttr. Gerratd exil)cx ined that the cause of.qunrrel arose in regard to the- hours of la,.it T l 'rli?wirn woikers in s'dney hait no ad(. the eight-tutirs' system, an a tibot taulve yours ago in that direction iaviog fniled. In-,October last,it was resolved it make anaother effort lo obtain dircduction in the hounr of lahour, and a confcrcnze of delegates was held.' A cirtuitr wits seit to thi etployers asking for an advance of wages, and giving notice that at.the beginnitig of November the eight hours' systrtm would...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE. POLICE PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

(vaoar oeR CORtIt.5PONDEi4TS.). LAMiETON. MTNEIIS' MEETING. A special fneeting of the Lambtonr niners was held on the hill near the pit on Friday, 18th instant; Mr. Wmi. Snmith ini the chair. The Chairmau stated that the principal husiness-of-the meeting-would be to settle tlih levy to be lifted.fur.the ,Sydiuy irtitworkers on Saturday; alsk; tO take inttd eotstdir.atiou how those parties were to be dealt, with:who refused to pay. l Proposed aid secofidnd, " That tih-re be a Tevy of 2s. ad. p ii: 4an madie on 8:turday, in aid of the Sydney tronewu,-kers." Ca'ried. Several parties present co.iildained of-the injustiaof havitlg to pay the sate amount oif li y as those.nitot had ninrly doutlde the atatoint of wargs ttiftot acuotiit of the ir regunarity of , hi hy thiounht th1at those wiho hid~,a a cy could ifIT r I, and had evety right, i mire thian those iuh. had,)the little nin cy. It was then pro plseld atid secon'ded, Th?n h e levy be lifted, ly per cet.tfago, to the:aniopt? of 2s....

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

NE~WCASTLE SHIPPING. VEdFLS LOADI.SG& AND TO LOAD. ,i0on, ,hip, 674. .: " :nL war, ship, 1300, .irebody ointo, ahip 627, nelide" 1stterdale, hi3, 1200 Gunson . Iompr htcphwis, shi ,1507, Richards ; to load A. 'arhiig Ijn4Li li-, Amer.icafnship, 1047, 1' mse Sil aad3n i,1,as 202, Hahn kzr lod g Walls ice Came?o a bkrauque, 347, CCartci to load "wrrhIo, li?rque, 270, Lamont in Ricardo. b.srque, 275, Hrrii ; to liud Cto operative t.iniw Basset, barque, 414, Rosner; to load New Liiton a irmt|o Spague, Armerican arque. 507 hit .WhrcaetberJsndesic-in bacque', dl2, Fish li ia bbarqu* 334, Scoulri; to low, New Lainbton outla 1.u~ifirUi barqnqit. 690, "Agicw to load Lambton rol, ,mrqie. i31, Canphell a.y s iii n.j, lie, 240, 'uird *iI 11am Acke, a,-basqus, 2"9/ Brown in'e s Alice, obrig. 203, Jroww 1 Isoudlugien w fLambilao • SJnauihrg, r273,.Jeff-ry ' aIsreley, brig. -ld;S?nthrlane" ?gas, "mchont .r, 92 K?irlby- c i- - "'' $?. eM. -1iLot' Auwei.fan ship, Sawell; to land ,1"Yalisen l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

*New anid. Fashio2Tble G-ooidL for' the Sea~soii.! J. H. NETTLEL. HAS RETURNED FROM SYnrNEY, 1ITIL A C0110CE LOT OF DRESS MTATE1RIA 5, FANCY LUSTLIES, Twr BATIST',, in plain and f,,,,,y boIi SPIQUE and IJATiSTE COSTUMIF SATIN, STITIPE, and CIHECK MUS~ INS, Cibricn P5rints, in pIJlhin aind bordered, LLAMAS, Japanese Silks, Parachutes and Umubrella.,, Mosquito Nets, Sheetings, Stays, AHil naiinuers ini IHorro'cks' Long CIoLths, Damu ,?tsand Clth, Table Covers, Quilts and ,Toilet Covers, Oil Baizes, DruggetLings, Mattings, and HIearth Rugs Hosiery and Haberdashery in all descriptions. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF, MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTiIING " A nice lot of Men's HATS, Delts, Braces, and Ties. NOTE THlE ADDltESS J. H. NET TL E, "S OMER SE T .HOUSE," NEX. MRS. TViE1B' S ..1.LLINER Y E?STABLISIHMENT, * * unter-treet, 11ewcastle. To the Minors and the Inhabitants of Newcas.le District in g rural. R. LJPMA1 A IBogs to return his inany thanks forn tleir kind patronnge for the last 9 year ...

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THE ACTION FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

THfEB ACTIJOi? FOT, a;*fiI L.? . ? S were ycstetrday served, at, tihe instance f, i 'th a sumumons, to appenr at the Sistiic.O.Cbiirt, .Newcastl?e on thle 2nd'Mitrclh Sixt\DmDamages are laid. at £902 ljs. 4d. ' a.i,'"l obld6Xibt, will be:'i hlaridomtne sum .tu .r. Thlouis--whln he ge.:s it. We have. no 'i» sire to say anythiing that would tend to Spreciate r.-ioThom'as's-~intrinsic?h~"alv7, S.terin the ostimatioziiofphlimself or-in'..the es'of the puili~,LtbuitItiwotlink'tthero":rre i:ary fow men in this district who would. i duo him at one-hIalf the amount hIe clhiims ea rm ,Uoa faor actinags6t B iiut,;rvliit~eyve his .ldue njat'gley,i'eis'a in pOaitionato giv;e us *nme. atnnoiynce, anTH, in -defoidingd this i tion on bchnlf of Lnbourwe auire satisfied: 'iis not James Thoums with wlhomu we have i: oontciid, but the iimrse of Meessrs. -J. and lUrown'wlho, duinttless; would expond a Vihiderable sumn:td aunihilate. tho:' Ainrs' ; ivocate.'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

9 o MARRIAGE. 1 tbo 16th rinet. 1.y tho Itev. T. Ro1 v. at the 1 reeidence cf the father o??the bride, Josti'.)DAY, of NIwcari e, t, E?Li~xk AlLu,?÷ a" WOoU, 'econidaughter of Robert Sellwood, of Walls - .eni. , J ks L. r 14"~" :NOr7WLAIBPLYD REORDE'R. " SAT IRAY, IBIL tY 2i~1874.

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WARATAH. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

WARATAH. 1rUL7ICIPAL COUŽCIL PROCEEDIXGP. TatS Council met on the 23rd instant. Present : Aldermen Wallace, Harper, M3f1ichael. James, and Watson; G. Wallace, E"q., Mayor, in the chair. Improvement Comnaittee's report brought up and adopted, on the motion ot the Chair man, seconded by Alderman WVatson. Finance C,,mmittee's report received, re countending items to the amount of £162 9s. 4d.-Iteceivcd and adopted, on the motion of the Chairman of Cummittee, seconded by Al derman .James. Impruvement Committee's Report.-Meet ing held 20th February. Overseer's rep )rt recommended for adop tion.-Attention called to the culvert at the antersection of Charles street and the Mait. land-road ordered to be done by the late ITn provement Committee, -and reported by the Overseer. Committee called the attention of the Council to the state of the contract known as " Bea tie's." Overseer sent in his resignati-n as Over seer to the Waratah Mutaicipal Council. Overseer's resignation accepted; adverti...

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CONVICTION OF A COLL[?] MANAGER AT SWANSEA, [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

CONVICTfON OF A Cet[,MG MANAGER AT SVANSE,\, AT the petty sessions held at S?wnes Leldiesday, blfiJre a full lbench of le trates. ]ieejamin Thomns, certified une of the Worcester Colliery (tle ro ,rl t Mr. Thomas Glaslrook), wes stnneneud the instance oif ,*'. T. E. T1rnlhs, the (i,, ment inspector' of muines for the SouthWI district, for that he did not, on the le ti August last, constantly produce in thes mine an adequate amouent of ventilatioen to dilute and render harnless the nta gas in No. 8 level of the said colliery,,so to render such level a safe working ype Mr. W. RI. Smith, solicitor, appeared t?e prosecution, end Mr. Glascodine (Esserp Glascodine) for the defence. From (ht dence adduced, it appeared that an exp1? of gas had eccourred in the colliery an day in question, resulting in four menht killed. That the defendant .Thomar n visited the stall about mid-day, anti hadli.' gas there, but had not taken any steps to move it, although he had been iuftrenwt soeie of the wor...

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MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

MINERS' MIEETING. THE usnnl furtzniglztly meeting of No. 4 Lodge Waratah Miners', was held at Mr. Jenkins' Hotel, on Friday evening last.: Mr. THoxAs ABEL occupied the chair, and called tipon Mtr. THOMAS JouNSON, secretary, to read the minutes of last meeting, which were then read and confirmed. The Cux.?stema said that regarding Peter Grant's case, subscrijtion lists had been printed, and would be given to members (4 the Lodge fo canvass for stbscrilptions. The next business was the balance-shest? of the pic-nie, which would show the recteipts to have been £48 15s. 3d., leaving a balance in hand of £4 2s. 3d.. The balance-sheet wais adopted. CANDIDATE5 FOR CHECK-WEIGHMEIf, Messrs. Peter Grant, Abel, and Borer were nominated for this office. THE IBONWORKERS. Mr. Rom.IsoN asked if any informstion had been received respecting the Sydney ironworkers, and if otur ecretary -had got any letter frcm their Secretary. The nHAIHMAN said' that the General Secretary had received cotnmainication...

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MR. BRASSEY ON ECONOMY AND TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

MR'. BRASSEY UN ON ECONOMYU? ALI) TIRADE. (From the 'Times.) M'r. Blrassey, in the Address lie delivered on Tuesday before tin Socrial Science Colgress, on " Economliy and Trade," ctildenises a rare nlllOllllt of inforilnatioii and collulmnn sOiCei upon topies apt to be discussed with muciihc hent and agitatioll. Ulioii such maLters as capital and Iliollr, holrs, wilges, strik"sH, miate:ial, anodproduction, though it is fonild possible to be cool, uiid even iimpartial, thil, teiper is gen'er'illy found in colnbiniitiloni with a purely theoretical handling of tlihe quii-stions. Mr. Brassey has an hlreuditliry iight to discourse upon such topics, andi he sceeus to have acquired the habit of mliastering the veriest det ails. With apparent facility lie has brought within a readable comnpass a complete review of the mannfactulrilng iindustry all over tloe world, dealing equal justice to all the classes concerned. The great part oif the alarms, as well as tio quarrels of mankind, so far a...

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SWEET V THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

SwEET V THiEl IMPEII.IAL INSU1IANCE (OM)PANY. Thu folhwving let.sr, sent by Mr. Sweet, appeared in the "Evening News" of Monday last :--" To the Editor of the a Evening News.' Sir,-In youe report of the case Sweet v. the Imperial Ihsurance Comapany, an error occurs which is calculated to d, me an injustice, and to create a wrmig impressioa in the minds of the public. Your report stat-s that altha only point thu jery could nbt aree in ws thu question of the ealaiutiffa beia.g guilty of arson.' This is incorrect, for the foreman of the jury a's tnctly staLtcd, ina answo- to his Hon o" Judge Cheeke, that they were unanimous upon the lirst and thirma pleas, viz., Ihe validity of the conditions, and the charge of arson ; but were divided acd unable to agree upon the second plea, viz., the amount ef awa.d. By insertiaag this, you will oblige yours, -c., Jso. M. Swear. W?laisend, 21at February8 874."

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POETRY. AN "AULD CUMBERLAND" SONG. "ITS NOBUT ME." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

1 E 0 E T, : Y. AN "* AULD CUMBEIRLAND" SONG: " ITS NOBUT ME." Y- winter neet, I mind it well. Oor lads 'ed beeui at t' 1411; An', behn' tir'S, vniL adlum to bed, Audl I sat by meseel I hard £ jike, on t' window pane. An' deftly went to see . nut wheu L art, " Whose Jikeon theer 7" Says t' chap, "It's nobut me 1" "Whose me t" says I* " What want ye here ? Oar ftok ur aw i',hod ;t' "'I d??,not wunt your fwok at aw, "It's the I want," he sod" Wh~at caed1le want wi' nmo," says I; - An' who the deuce, aan't be ? Jse. te?l mo who it is, an' than " Maya he, "Ib's nolmt me." *' I want a s'reetheart, en' I thowt 'Th.? nobhy wal an' aw 7 i'd bees a his down t' dccl "o-neat, An' thewt 'that I wad caw ; What, cet'e like ute, duet t'e think ? I thfck I w-d like zase" "Idunnestt know who 'I. is, cays I, Says he, ." It's nobbnt ms," -eV peetai on a cWany while, I thaow his volo' I knt t An' tIas I eteall quite whieht away, An' out at t' doner I went. I ~aripp, ga' gas 'im be t' ewcat laps' "'was ...

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

(ra Ox B Cor BEfP coaaoDo s.) LAMBTON. I HAVE very little to s,-nd tlhi., week as every-. thiing is very dull indeed. 'The weather has leen so inclement that people could scarcely taove from their houses, and the pits are sia:cely doinzg anything this week-bothl Laimbton and Wnratah bhavi.g only worked tie front half-shift onr-Wednesday. The principal topic of conversalion among tilh men here, is the comiing action against the gIners' Advocate, for libel. The opinion gentraily expressed is, that it is-the object ot certin piaities to break down the Adcoctte, as there is no donl.t that it is the only work ing man's paper in the district. That the Adcuate hal proved this fact, and that it irs ackrwledged by all intelligent persons, we havu not the least doubt ; and we also feel certan that the miners, who are so generous to ot.er people when in need, will not be so" blind to - their own interests as to stand calmlj l.y and cee their Advocate become the victiuiuf such petty tyramny. I ...

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BURWOOD. LOCAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

LOOAT COMIMITTEE MEETII$' A special Loeal LCaonnittic niciing'ii0 Con enectiol with the Public Sehoo1 ia?Os held on "Mohay eneiug, wlhen thelioijibei'r-ceed- ' ed -to' elbet; r iperxnanenit chali aiedrklr and t'ensurer. ' T. .he foilowing gentlemeni wdr r ' 'naiminoi?ily,. viz. :-Mr. J. Jones ,-Globe, secretary; 41r. J. .Bo?:tell, Glebe, chniinuiai and Mr. W.JDavis,.lurwooditreasurers-', r ,.-The L qcal Committee, to a man, are now deteruine?t to set vigorously about the erec tion of new Public Sehool buildings, aid hope sooni 'to see thenrik tand a noanumnent to the earnest; determnliation and love of edicpjpn of the inhabiutnuts of Burwoodadnitsd .gli bourhood:7 ~-. --- h miers e o i week, through the ~want, of ]!,ipjing in the harbiour. It, is to he hoped that this will not occur often ,dringUlio,'oreir?' il I.?ZHiUS~ ...de'f:.Het~ |? I t hiiiik ,di.ly h'ot lied "lidfiffld 'iftlf?.l'fj ied.- h veet-vaicfdL cli,?d~O.;d Miidh EOil Rh.'ii ilt so ly ; quite against time, ?too6'seing ...

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PUBLIC MEE[?]NG. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

PUBLIC MEENG. A meeting was held on day night last, of the residents of the Pashte Reserve and .Lanmhton, at the fled Lion tel, Laambton. Tde chair was occupied bfr. J. Thomas, who 'explained that the obje¶ the meeting was to protest against the grang of li acres of the reserve to the Weipn Methaodist denomination for chu-ch pup, After a good deal of dis ion on the 'matter, a committee, consists of Messrs. Perry, Thomas, and James, wsppoiinted to draw up a petition to the Minit for Lands, to be signed by the inhabitanws Lambton and vicinity, against the grantiff the land in question. .At a meeting held?saturday the subjoined petition was ori to be jirinted and distributed f.or signni:.. "to the flou. J7; Faruell, Minister f . " * This petition of the undersigned hunaheweth ?hat your petitioers are residents 's, store keepers, and householders in tLe MOality jf 'aambton, and have heard with alarm tn aj.d ~a halkacres of land has been gramated by ovrn zi'nenbto'the religious denominat...

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IMPORTANT TO COLLIERY MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

IMPORTANT TO COLLIERY MANAG ERS. (Fromrldhe Collieriy Guardian.) Ar the Chesterfield I3orough Police Codrt, on Saturday, before F. Swanwick and Ii. Lucas, Esqs., -eoury Walters, itanagerof theBrutmp ton Colliery, was auto toned for n :t having exposed the special rules of the colliery.-Mr. T. Evans, her Majesty's Insupector of Mines, prosecuted. Ti!r. Busby appeared ott behlif oi the complainant. tintd M'r. Ottts deofoded. Mi[r. Dickenson, sub-insltector of inine,, stated that he visited the colliery on the loth in stnut, and looked about to see if the'e wa. any copy of the rnlcs exposed, as required by the Act, itt cotonspicous part of the colliery, bitt foltttd ilotne.-In ii 'osS-eoaxf,:itationt li1i?n said he wa. unable to say positively whether stchl rulhs were.posted in the engitto-htonse. lnt he contetnded that if they were, it was not a conspicuous place as meant by tihe Act; and the cristoen at most of tite collieries wac to prohibit miners froti going into the engine house....

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

Tnz committee appointed to agitate for a train to run between Newcastle and Lambton hawe at last succeeded, after great exertions and through strenuous efforts, and deserve great praise foF the manner in which they have agitated for this boon. On Wednesday morn. ing they were informed that their request waa granted. The following is the notice that appeared on the subject :- " To th., Workman and Inhabitants of Now Lambion. A special passenger train will ran from Xsiewcaasj to O'd Lamhton Crossing on Saturday night, the 28th February, 1874. The train wil" leave Lamib ton for Newcastle on or about 45 o''lock p.m., and returoing from Newcastleto Lambton onaor, about II p.m. The fares will i: 9<d. for the return ticket and sixpence for taoe single fare. JOHN It1PPEN. New Lambton, February i-5, 1874. The f0;llowixng are the names of the com mitteer:Mesars. Rippen, Hardy, Dodda, 3[organ, Wonders, Beard, Punter, Green, Oldham, Hall, and Smith.. A rainful accilent occurred to a ...

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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

THE BUS,"RANGER. BY L''L. WLST.AB. U'zArra I. tieYO yesity ps.onato people ? Not in See are n sense of the word, or Love'e re lati-- bhe one of Charity's gentle family. ?'ell, it desponds, I suppose, upon the object that eille forth the Ceeliag.-, The scornful sort of pity is generally dosed to men whoas grey hairs have un.t brought the wisdom of self-control; and, if they are disagreeable old men, not pmrticular as to the breaking of the second Oommandment in their outbreaks, dis like is not nnfrequestly added. Passionate women, too, who are generally more or lees dreaded by their own family, are apt to be scorned by such acquaintances as may chanee to catch them in their tantrums; although sueh women, when the fit has passed away, and, locked in their bed-rooom, they try to cool the poor hot cheek against a tear vet pillow, eonsecion of their weakness, and sufferers from their own violence, would, if seen then, be more likely to call forth emotions of the tendereet pity. We most d...

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