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

A CAUTl0 O ANERS. O~ Saturday afternoon Dr. Lo Neve Foster, theo overnnment Ins ector of Mines for Corn wall, Devon. and erset, addressed 'the niineorassepbled fqrt s.ttin t Eist Puiil Mine, nibar ,J otl n ti of nuich .il? portaaoe. u viB xp einud· to the miners tl'at an Act of Parlia ent was passed last year for the lpur.pose o tnderingf the vocation of the minor ifor and althier, he proceeded to the pr cipal sNbject of hia spi hl, viz., an acci it which happened mit Ias BPol so0me weeo apgo. A nan and two la wre working tog ier, and a holeulu which ha ee ch ged with pwdr and tamnped in the in l y.y liad lissd fire. The two lads, in ln thl lictins' of the man, picked Itiso amnpini and some of tIhe powder. hFliotowder elouded, and one of. the lads w numh injiiroe about the face, and lost the simn, of?tllAc aes. Thie iispecodr oxplaioed that thi a dent happened from a breach of the 4th ~lauso of the Second Genoeral Rtle (Section 23), which says :-' A charge of Ipowdnr whii.l. has mis...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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INTERESTING INFORMATION ABOUT SHAKSPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

1NTERlESTINGN7 ~&~ ON * .?OUT SHAKSPEAIN . SATunDAv'S Atheenwm contains the 'tlowing 'announcement of souie interesting coi'tribu tions to the elucidation of Shakepeare's bio graphy :-One of the mysteries of Shak spearo's life is at length solved. Some time ago we mentioned that Mr. J. O. Halliwell had the good fortune to discover a remark able and unique series of documents respecting the documents' respecting the two theatres with which the poet was connected. They included even lists of the original proprietors and sharers. Shakspearo's name does not occur in those lists. Mr. Halliwell has now -firnished us with the texts of those passages in the which the great dramatist is expressly mentioned, notices far more interesting than anything of the - kind yet brought' -to light. The sons of James flurbago are speaking in an affidavit. They tell us that, after relin quishing their theatrical speculations in Shoreditch, they " built the Globe with summes of' money taken up at i...

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF COAL FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

' THE DEVELOPMEJNT OF COAL FIELDS. WE (1fManll cister Guardian) have been fur nished with the following by correspon deits :--- " " M i The large profits now being madoby col liery proprietors .are leading to tile opening out of vast coal fields in all directions, more especially in Yorkshire; whilst railways are also being extended to meet the increased traffic that must take place from the exten sive mineral reservoirs that are about to be taplped. The finest unworked coal field in Yorkshire' is .that between Hezkleton : and Heouswortli. -It is six sqdare miles in extent, .nearly level, and contains the. thick or nine feet coal at a depth from the surface of about 565 yards, toetherlr with the intermediate seams. The coal goes throngh the estates of Mr. Leatham, Lord Halifrax, and several other large .landed proprietors. It is now about to be broken into, a- largo tract of coal havilng. been leased to a North .of Englati * Company, who purpose shortly-to commence sinking in a fiel...

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TUNNELLING IN THE CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 February 1874

'1,UNNELLINL IN TIlE- U-IANNEL. AT a .meeting of the Institution of Civil Engiteiers in London, on 'Puecday evening. Mr. Hawksley, president, in the chair, tite subje~ of th . Channel tunnel was brought forward in a paper by Mr. Joseph Prestwich; F'.11.S., on the geological aspect of the ques tion. The author in this paper reviewved the geological conditions of the strata between Hlarwieh and Hastings on one side of the Channell, and Ostend and St. Valery on the other. The London clay, the lower tertiary, the chalk, the gatit, the lower green sand, the Wealddn, the Portland, the Kiimeridge clay, and the oolitic series were reviewed, but, with one exception, were all deemed ntsuitable for tunnel work. Tie Kitnneridge clay was, how ever, of sufficient thickness on the French side to alow ota tunnel being begun in that materal near llotlogne and carried out by the WVoalden beds on the English coast. Thte author then passed to ti e considera.ion of the Palwozoic series, to which his att...

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WINDING THE STEAM COAL IN PONTYPRIDD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

WINDING THiE STEAM1- COAL IN P'ONTTYPRIDI). Po?TaPrnWD is-in colours. Thie fiags of.pirety near allniations w:ave froua flag'stafs across road, and out.of windows. Everyone soeins ratisfioidwith hlialslIf, especially thoso person ally .in~terested, lmidl Pontypriidd?- now gnzes with an eye of perfect complacniency on tiae 5brilliant fuiture that awaits her. For soane i'mouthls, thatis, sitice M?lrclh last, n ccnapany w'as foranaed to tako MaY Fowltr's old and exlnausted pit for tile purpoise of sinking to tio steamrn coal. Cr'av doubts hiid boon ecpressed by many mining enghiicris acto this probalility of striking tile iaainures, or if stlruck,- taint the mone~, s isw6t~ild ho of anfy comnnercial value. The operatlius con. :ioiced at-a depth of G5 yards below the sur-. fdice-that beiag the delith of the old hitualinous workings--ind as they 'u'Oceed@. the.lo 2ft.. piln?nas struck through, a section mniucli?ore roocky tihan was anticiilatdd, tlhe nien havihig to w?oil trlinrgh. 24 ?y...

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DURHAM MINERS AND THEIR WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

iUltilA)M1 bllNEItS AND 'TLIEIIt' - - - yAOES. (From tlie Collicry.Guardmin, Aroe. 2f , 1873.) CON Fr'iday lhist th? D .urham cnalowners r, c•ii?ed a n'umber of dlelegates repedscenting the Miners' A ssociatl.on in the Wood hiemno-4 rhillHall, Newcastle, and dimcussed with them the suhject of an increase of wages. It will be rememaabered thaton the 4th of last moethi; thle' miners resolved to apply for a 20. per cent. advance on tlheir wages. , This applica tion was subnmitted to the coalowners; on tihe 17th, and was .declinied. The refusal was ne cordingly taken" into consideration -at a council -meeting held at Durhamn on the ,fol lowing day, and the deleLgates theno determined to renew their application for the advance., This was dine at tihe coidcrfen a between tihe representatives of the mine owners and the miners, on Friday, and, after considerable dliscussion, the employers reiteratd tlheir un willingness and inability to comply with the reqluest of the men. They stated that ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. CONSIDERATION OF ESTIMATES. FIRST READING OF MINING BILL. THE "LESMORE" WRECKED. MEETING OF GOVERNMENT SUPPORTERS. PALMER RIVER DIGGINGS. DIGGERS DYING OF STARVATION. Sydney, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

-LATEST TELECRAMS. CONSIDEATI OF. EST'IAI'TS,. FIRST READING OF tININd DILL. TE- "'LES3IORE' " WRECKED.I T MEETING. OF U OVERNM NT* - SUPPORTEliS. DICWU3 I{S DYiNG OF 'L STl' UTO S\·dzioy,) 1rday]fiS I'vcnin Thull .As'in,13n tilLiu~ubLh uisl' tlitiiiii ot the0 'BSBtiI i$ntCS lg~ll uo~iic· Xc~Steidu)ll OVoiiilzk,"Li ~IC lentaivo~ Conii cii frpa~cI thel hirst .readiij' ';ut thel MiL~niir 'Ilie' schoonor 4lsnaorc' uh~ilcl;!tt for: theb Elltd~oIIVI 1i~ver, waus totlyj ,\~voieckcl 11i ~I~aokai~goi9 itnil crew wereo sn'c ed A nt iotinirb of the oC:vornnaid1 ppoi' Pl'''ter w~c'i ce~lOle to ity, J~to coni~idc r Iinutteris roleit .ing to;`tl~e pi"CSet Stolte O'f pub1lo. hus;inles sttii atlon i h odt he1ier1i' t~Ileciekt matlch~~f berwuen~ theo Lanill·oc ton tea eii;t.nh~dl the~ dl Al E' 1(1( Lnci en hi commenoldcd" '1'hiu Lemic''ton .(Iii t nll nhn") 9 AllI i 101(1 oiii(l~t to. b : · ~ITiR·i~ll ·' ·~ ~ !;Ill r: Uu7 C i· ·. -·.-!·,::I·i I·;T:)inT '1 :·'' · :i:·: i .·~ .? -· .'· ... · .i ·~ ··...

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VENTILATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINER'S ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

VENI' IA ' (O-N. (To TI!I ErDITOIn OTIr ~ 'l' "MINImI'S An\ovo'?T." St?h--I IIIn glantl htlat thue pcl 0n olf e 01o1'kmll:nll It anly rntu i: tihe district haIs beeIn u.qd ill your ]alt issuc conccritog tlhu ?ltilatio o(f thcoe minediI. Wrhat he sayr is pi?lfetly in ccor:danetlc with trulh.' Anld w?' Iuch/ In llgelnutllt; of Iillcni nao allowUd t0 go ntlllcheckl d iS 0l l0lll S1roull0 0 h lll ?lnll1 clrillu , ii. flicted on both the proict ntd rimsig :;nllclr'tionl of worklellln ll ylllyn civtilisd GCov?ermc:n1t. 'Th1 o(ly inrjocc e u .lrthat cun be drwIn·mal, an11:l its joliOcy, is either bcuilil r itili waL t (f. moral cou(:ltg1. ill itself, to ]otlull forLth lind as1sL I.s lh tile (ntlst ?f its I)owmrin 1 passi(Ig thile rIly ho1 n Icst inc1tsure of " Mining Ref]ormll," atL |re*ent~e "ginilg through the[ Ftounseo. T'lhIre is no doulbt thaL t.hey will I re t turdcd ill n ?lgert n ure ? iby thile iluiteu] efillrts of (inlenttial vipers, whose mai stuly is t lt.tg alnd stro. ncI11000...

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FOREIGN COAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

FOREIGN COAL TRiADE. (Fromn the Colliery Guardhin.) Is a report iy Mr. Consul lieade on theio 'trade of the consular district of Sentari' Albania, during the year21872,;heo deplores the apathetic hondition of aflfairs prevailing there. Of factories, Ie says thelie are none, but, wetreo tl'o~'ortoe alive to its ii(terests in this:province, Ihesays that coIl tiilnes, and im portant ones, kw uld'b ini operation. 'Tllis question appears to astonis-h ,,very.one who .is acquainted with it; ihdeed, one would iliagino that it is viewed iy, tllhe authorities at Constantinople as an evil to be discouraged, whereas, if it were turned to .accoult, the revenu~ of the provinde, with io expense to thle Government, would certainly he *at least fifty timnes the amount of the expenditurie, which is now more than double tlhe. former. it is furtheur stated that were any even avorage capitalists to obtain concessions fr'dmn the Portli inmense profits would result. The hackwnard condition of timhe provin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

J /LfŽD. M·-·'·~r q FLCI~ i\ AN.fEA Mln. * SE tA'NI~1t Intw r most ISiuun·lkinl~ (Xuwldiqst, i THEl HO HOLD F'AIRY Ii,·: b3~r; MuAVL~LINI and iou theo fiut time; hoseo theeie bub~ited j·i: .iv? i~; .GE~NDAR ~DU;ETTI. · i A9 un 811~for ;tO COlliiOOO IiVO nligillik iig(i 1S~ ne by. I~essrs. ThuintFod a Ai'vohunl C ·l;·'B? NOT ri,, Ii· EvuiNxNa :·noxt a tt i 'iltE~ ClIAI.3T1i'8 HAllLL, Laznbton~ -r.' .** .. :: :The Poor: 2?n's liend. -' - TAILOJIAnI, A?n ? T'.ITTE.I, :. ElE S6. to rott tJg g a", THANKS fa for ir -o. a ol 2R ? g Intt41. Iiniiits, whichll hau hol~lsto ki lle stonln.ta , • i l All kindlle o Wost of Englald TwoodLs~fnn, ' Colt r .r * , . " ' " ,.s 01 ? - it Co j DsR . .... . A FU - . j~....." n danc ,"i%.: pitrjtir l inrt 4L:l]sksol;" .s do.i J__ F-c-r-__- .i pal Cmi r A.1 mu~: it' . ...ann + .o , t+ .. . . + ", ..+?F, -.++?t? . -,+..i ? ,,+. ' ." o.5. .? -" I 'P' .... ? ',;;,;;;;~· - c o . . .+,? ,, ...:++;.,, + ? DI" - Ad uzodL oi T*SHPIEtD P{CTCA UN AKR =' t TT- A -4slN...

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BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

BOAR]D OF TRADE RETURNS. THE Board of Trade returns for the one and sevr n months ending 81st July last were: issued on Thursday, and they ngain show a furtlhor decline in the trade of the counltry. .Up to May last there had been continued progress for some long time past, and it is only .within the last two months that this prosperity has boon arrested, chiefly, i iis bo lieved, tlhronghl strikes and their concomitant high prices. The, declared vanluo of produce exported last July was .£22,957,404, ngainst. £23.005,880 in the same miont of 1872, and £19,817,991 in 1871. For the' past seven monllhs this year the shipments were £148,748,901, ngainst £142,;09, 14 in 1872, and,.,and .£123,518,76308 in 1871.%??In someI of tli' chief .items, such as cottbnyaran hard wnaro, iron and stuel, coal, &c., th'eoro has boen, a frther increase in value, but'a'fallina off[ in quantitj. An .augmentation oft value is also shown in nlkili, apparol and slops, boor and ale, eartlhentiroe, haber...

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WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

WO1VLLON(AON(. I hAVE, Iot tItuIlh to writo alunt front this" district. ,lihe worst is thlat the pits are work ing. ery.bedly at preseClt. WV Unly worked one day for a week. 1\rT have very rough weather here, and no steanniers have IeeLI dble .o get in to-day. Feb:Iuary 23thI, 1874.

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NOTES ON FOREIGN COAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

NOTES ON FOREIGN COAL TRADE. (From thE Colliery Guardlican, Nouvemner 28.) IN several ofllial dolespatches which ILava julst issued from, tle Parlinmentanry press, some miscellaneons information is given with regard to the coal trade of different foreign countries, nand it will not be uninteresting to our roaders if we give the wost salient points of -such inftormnatoln. Let us begin with Hungary, wh'ence as a rule, we do not got manch iaielligeunco with regard to the conl Ilungairy, otonlyy as regards coal, but other nlillirnls. The coal liinet productive np till 1860 in the country wdra 80,225,l068 squar:? yards (Vieonlna-inonsnro), it. total of anlliniii being 70,092'551 square yards. The land lhaied for mining explration, and that fr , inspection till ,the end of.i869, w live million squire w.ile t olf ~ onz to a very airge extulit: aisr n ,i'r of hands employed io the Gmjovermine trict of Oravicza at the mine works am dry, is estiinmatedi a- over five tho'rnni about an eqnal nm...

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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. nMoxnAu last was thoeday appointed for the railway pcople'iS picric. ''The residents qf this district have, on previous occasions, been in the habit of joining their in tlheir merry making; and no little disappointment was felt whlin the day broke gloomy and darkn -Ieavy~cm'harged clouds were hanging gloonmiTy "verhcad, which, as the morning ad vanced, burst forth into rain. 'ris pred however, only a shower, followed by a driz zling weot, whlichl continued throoghout that day, with occasional sumart showers iaterven ing. About 10.30 the excursion trains from Newcastle ad Mu~l!rllrlndi met at .3ranxton, when, after the usiial civilities were inter chimged, tihe parties cmncern'ed decided that, considering thie wet and uncomfortable stat.e yf the grass palddlockls where the ficnic was to be held, it would be bettler for all parties to adjour!n to Singleton, where, as will be seen, they were imet with open arms by the ilnhabi tants cf that pretty little town. ]3r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

NEW\WOATLI I, AM AW lILLS, Corner r ig r wn-streots. A LAll l o T las H/triwood; Knuriio .£.1. nd.Amm 'ise, 8ora, Susl, Shir~tings,: Azrthitzraveu, loul gn, &0., alwa. s on h:nd. " , lUningf and WTylie..::, W. FENN Tailor. -A O LD CU r?J li workman.' -et Wc1l. Wesr~tll . Itpa)d G'~lot·he anlddolonial aveu'{? .on hand in chloins BELLMORE JOALP VWORKS. - pIN~iE undereigned 1, vi . LEASED the preomies L.. knoWn ljEJ1 j I - 0La' VOIIWKS. a amclritvflcc of a lirelaclyut Sonaker; is A- oin to supply tue thradd with nt artlcl? h thq jil give every tatisfaotiou, aL tholowvegdL na t q]taus. . " . . l,.11 iIqpA.lDsoN, "Bel more Soap .Vork,. To Quarrymen, Miners, 4d Others. PICKS.-$hovel --Lnmpeh-laeting ]Powder, 25 and 28 lb. kegs, silngle Id1 double lcu e. To prevenllt disileU),intllenit (.110o account will Iowder be sold by gaslight. T. G.. AL.COCK, ?O Nucwca~tlel To Painters. N SALE-Beet White Lend, a very superior Sarti:le in kegs and cask, Iled Lead, Paint, Driers, Ground Ulmbelr...

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AILING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

AAlo.-" ? ao ?,n?y uzztlnclo 70 .tiheod a lboyv , ettutrng.t drug iforu. Y Ye, lofs of tit. ~hrnt.do yeo wanitf. 7" uimprutl s clurkI'. " Oh, it dom she tn y dlifurtlau, Ro it'- somnthing lvi 7 Ty4.: s : f?ourIul lmid." " What ntils hin 7" nj.?.' . ., In Dunnn," nhl thlu boy ; " blltlh:. - - ITa jst?l si tut. - ru?nt. thu st "e . !lnun't w ,llIhlu, mutl h.or ' " .. .r bu's tcohgi to lio. ?'?ml ·- v cllr~omL,?·'_ ., , ",,: .'e_ the ano~rbclids~~ ·'` otheur A- discuash ii the' i ook;pllice, rcsp~catilhg Wnter in \Mr. Eliae 1)uarcit,' in which uevernrl tobk~parL; 11(3,1it was filnally carrried thit usual v'ot~ba~fllaUk w~ere then passed, a nd~the pr~ad4&_jac ~ - SEverythingin aour boro'hgh has to'succnumb to the weather-one continual down-pour. I expect our friends up the line are ill for another flood. Ihear by this evening's train that the river is rising slowly at Singleton and Maitland. I sincerely hope that my in formation will not prove the forerunner of such news as you ...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

Oririnal recro upeiticinec. SLet it be distifcly ulllldertood thalt we do iol; n ecesarily iden~tify 'uurselve, with the ulillion, expiesscd by .·u, crre-poiidniite.J

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

fdIGELLANEA. TnwalXs o TIIIr Co.AL, TnnAD.-Closely followiug upon some pirociedings against a coal nierchant for selling short weight, t)here hive been plroceedings at the Gouilhall agrinst fleery Piecjis, trading as a coil-cmerclhant under the uanlo of II. Lee & 'Co., for selling coals ofa quality other than that which they weo're reprcsentedl to be. The comllainault had scnc the following adavertiseinent in thet •lnewsaplpers :-" Coals, 2Gs.--lec and Co.'s deleriiiatid Wallscnd donbllo screened, unsur 'passed in size and qioality, delivered 28s. per, tnll. J)Jscount 0ol two tolls, d.l; on three tons, .: per tonll. -Adelaid, Silkstone, 2Gs. per, ton, cash. Address, .H. LIe and Co., Northern WVl'arf, York-road, King's cross, N." Iln consequencel of Ilhat advertiscmenlt, the comlllplainanllt lrcllhased of thile defenlldant foitlrtons lof" Walisinlld coals, alld rec?ivcd a ticket from tiue man who.dl' ivercdl ti hem. On thlat ticket was, " iH. Lee and Co.,' fuur tols Wallsend,...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

WaDNasDAY being an idnlday, the A. A. Company's cilinc's held a meeting on the pit iop, to talk over some grievances they were labouring under, also others whicl were an ticipated, owing to soime chliaigrs to be effected with the tokens. The subject of the tokens was first considered, the meeting of opinion: that such change was unnecessary, as the only tendency would be to divide the men into two sectionsa and thereby do away with the general cavilling throughout the pitl: A motion was movc d and carried that tLo tokens remain as they are. Cnt-throughs or length of pillars wa. next considered, 88 yards, and mnuclh further "on eoveral occasions, being consieilred too far. A motion was carried that 50 yards was quite far enough. Ventilation was then Inlked over, moie particularly that of the workings named the Galley. The bad air for some time. past being utterly unbearable, and proving very injurious to the health or t he miners worki g in 'that part of the pit. In respect to ventil...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. OMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

LOCAL INTELLICENOE. WALLSEIND AND PLATT'SBURG. OMjISSIONS. ?Mi. A. WV1LDE: Your letter,. received too late for thisi issuie, wil lilppear n n lext.-" Fair Play :" Your letter ulavoidably left. over also. -? THI1 PITS. Tlhc Wallseond and CoI-operatlive pits have niot bIcnI wurkilng very well tlii weelk, e?l?cillyh thl IntIL t. Vallsolld lst twao shif.ts--on WVedLLcesdcc'anLld J'hul. lay; while the Co-ollerativu only worked threc days. Vre lare yory sorry that the dispute hbt.ween tlic nmsters and .men is not yet syttled, and judging from the result of the Iallot, there is no, likelihood of tile mien giving in. It is i qite evident tihe mlasters are tryin to. starve the men int u itlbltIIs sion?, tltl we hope on the other hand ithat the work ing inei will be equially dtut!rmined to support. those on strike. 1f we; are to takl" the yd i i dlr Mo'nint Hlerald's construction on the strike, we uiiist cou= elude tlhat working men lllnve no rights, iand tlnit capital oughtl to ut) tlhelm is...

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