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BUTTON-HOLING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

nrUT NIHOL G1i0. rAniLin tho o"di anj- cnaiityin'nRta of Enhngliah lifo it ia thh oppb,.tunity aud ahilittoy I'utton huol ,that givuus Ito a you?ng.-man c?hteiritg a I.rofuasion or th puhlic s3(,'vioO a pr osIect. of a brillilLnt' s.iiens~ Dl)igaluncy, tact, quick n.ss; nnd accirney, g~rod toemlr, ,dotitrdliled enthlisiaam, trho power lo, do withioiut:sloop, and on imptl'tulrbaable digclsthion, all t.lhioo coilillned ill o0o 1i1an, Ra' -a Oivil borvant,. ,vill.io doult sRn'himn fiom beiw; a faillre in hia carelor. .lut tlhy will ?ot eclro him a brillijnit or I t.~did mtcccss. "IIhey, or some of them, are among the conditions of succosts; kuf tlhei'Y prog't thay~19 opr to r epptiLi . .. . ...,? .? , . ?,;'- · . '.' icolnditions. It is w-li that he should be dif iggljt;..ol.i.. is, bctter still.lhat the great lin sblhonll I thinkdhe i so.: ; 11e may strive ilmucll to: be. quik und: ex~actin Ihis. worki ;:but h.lio shul.lutrHiv unre.reto, catch and:t keep, his chiof's iye. I'o halhien....

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

BURWOOD. Wa are managing to move along slowly a usual. The weather 'lhas been vory stormy,? so much so that we could scarely move ont' of doors, and up to the present there is:little prospect of it clearing up. I anm afraid thalt if it is as bad up the Hunter, that it will bei flooded a second time. " Notwithstanding the inclemnone of;0, the weather, as the pit was idle on Woednesday on account of some mnisunderstading col oerning tihe " tokens," a nllmber of ourl young men assembledl at the junction to play, or *itness a game of cricket, which was con?, tinued intil late in the evenillg. It( is pleasing to see the young men entering witi such hearty good wilil into the noble ganim, Instead of ipending their time idly loitering about. ' There wai a very good atteLridance of the mombers of the Improvemnent Society on Thursday evelling last.. It speaks well for our Burwood nmen, to seo so many of them oeme to asend two hours in improving their minds, after the hard and toilsolme labou...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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POETRY. OPPOSE NOT LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

S P )ETR Y. OPPObE NOT LOVE. (From the" Ayrshire Argue.') 'Be not disheartened, Jamie, hsever let - Grief's darkening shadows rest upon the soul; I know wlhabpangs unfeeling words beget, And how they bid the silent tear-drops roll; But do not thou repine, have not a heavy thought, For He who would oppose our love can hinder not. - In clhildhot d's balmy days we played together, And sported with the lambkins on the green; In"chool-days,ihand in hand, we crossed the heather; Cheering the way at morning and at e'en, While in our little hearts, like spring's first opening flower, Love's tender bud was swellingiswelling every hour ·"As day by day the ivy, lovers' praise, Which round and up the pines dloth sweetly run, Clings firmer in its amorous embrace, * Till their united beings seem but one, o. Janmie, have wegrownfrom spotless infantyears, One spirit has been ours of mutual joy or tears. S"Yet dost thou fear I In sight of righteous Heaven Think'st thou I can revoke my maiden vow Tha...

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

~" " :0: ____.-:0: -- :4'ew a . .-sh -i-:bl r ,.- "or e a s " . . AS nl?" IrUJIn) FRO si ?INEY, WITl. A CHTOTCE LT 0 . ··i.- t M i tE R I ST Q:. Com piiita ". F.NCY LUT~-, .S. , Tss., .A. l'lIST ii ,lin mid fiiy hordei., " 's, .* ' iQU'l- a:'ilt , .ll. 'I. I E COS ? A-'. S l [iNy:TTi, Si ntF id ClEC RC USIJ IN , * LLA A AS, . Japn ilc 'ii Siki j\Iu 3 juiio No Eti Sii eting Stays, . A.l' u'n bq;'-; i'i o - j.fl-g" Iln . mitns a il CIothi Tible Cuveis, i-ldls mid 'T.aio] Covr ,} A- SPTIENDID ASnS~rTI I (Ti'.T ( 1, NS' I1 oYs'' AND Y( tlt'lS' CLU 'I'III.K A dnic mlo of Mlen ' HATS U'b,: P ics, anl'! s * . IOTE - TH DDR4S4- "S O ERuSE I U.SE," NE TI M/R ? TITa EIE MJUL;IJViN R' .ST /IIII S ' u or ?,' i\ , , ] i(. • - . . . . . ,,;. . .,? .I ,? - ; ? ?' " . ... .... ·;: 13 l?,E"2?i.?'.?b:~ 8~:3 :?.? .2 .2,,o , '3 +" " " ' ' " '' : " ' " ' " ' To6 the. Minors and the Inllvit.ants of vica',stl Driiect in cioerl, · A·o .A.LL L~ I' S log o'roturn:his niny .thI'nlz; fil* thoir V i l pi:trdnin...

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

C3AL DRVE3LOPMENT. (Fromn tld Colliory Guardiaan.) AN inp?ortanzt devololpniot' of the coanl flolt of North Stffordshlaro Ihas been fnirly comn naenced: ntrpriso Iavinig beenil ant longth arousedodin sh other coal producing districts, by the gleaut of prosperity with which coal mining is now happily favoured. We have long been of opinion that the mineral value amnd resonseea of North Staffordshire have been popnlarly undervalued. On no other hypcthwil can we understand the comparatire lack of enterprise which has been displayed in the development of its underground wealth. Many valuable jel sfeams in the old part of the coal field are submlnerged, and a drlrn gga echeme is as urgently needed th er s ' n te Southerc part of the county, for the r." , wbich an Act 'of Parliamentt was passed t *' 5,rth Yet no serious movrement seeums to be . coming for the release of these part worke(, mines from the waters which baffle.individual efforts to subdue. On the outskirts of the coal field te...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 February 1874

THE BUSHRANCER. BDY I-AL. WVALSTAB. CuAITran II. A SECOnD-CLASS Ipassago to the colonies. WVhat is it like ? Few know, of course, because everybody. hero comes out in the first-class; 'but zeally,' one or two say, ' the people seemned comfort able enough. They had to rough it, but it best suitedtl their pockets, no doubt.' That i-s not, nevertheless, always the reasonl. Going home to Englund from Victoria, and being the sole cabitn passenger, I e'en sought omtpnionship lower down, and there found a sturJy digger revelling on salt pork and runt and water, who showed me solidl proof of wealth slufficient to purchase rmany a fashion able admirer, but ?hle didn't care to go amongst the swells, to drink bad wine, and do mannecrs.' ' Free and easy,' for him; it would be time enough to commence o'swell' when he got to London; and the' free and oas, o0e1" poked a finger of many colours, -. ul.on which glittered a diamond thalt a cool Tifty scarcely settled for-into the sable re cesses of an...

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

nTi t4NDIES--llonncssy', Marelll'.s, Jules Robin, and Assatod, I hulk or case . RUM1 -Lowndels' d ?en ]UIrt's, 0 o.1); OLD JAMAIA in ca, TVIlHlKY-i--Dii 's inahl aL and Ste ssart's, i in r 1 e GENEV n r. ., aand small c0n its· SCHNArPS Wo?n's 1 jn im.na Nolot'e •Arnfian Sci edon ' OLD TO.I -S B nztt's Roborto France. and 'Co., and ~wndes' \YINES---l'P and Sllcrry, vnarious qualities . Ditt--Aus aclaln, C'nlichaelo s IPorpliyt;v, Wynd, 'ham's alod, and Doylo's Kaloudahu ,., L)itto-C anipagpne, iper akd Perr's. ' ALS- --~lrin'i, Joule's and. Berry's,, in hogs. hittei-M. oste. o.i and. Son's, Tennont, s. Bass Didvenlhl and Alliop ai, in bottle ., Ditt6"--Oristleiuciniim" BIrewery, XX avl Amber.. "PORTER--Ditto, **, in bulke,and botile.. Ditto Ilood, Byass's, Guiness',ilnhd Pig brand in TE:A-.hialf-chst,,a and boxes .. SITrOARS-W~hitt,,Crystal, Yellow, and Rationt . I OFE0'E--lRaw aliid Ground. ,.., IOBACCO-Cavondisci., balveis, tetns, gold leaf,. jioal-etlsiecos ard othlr.iirlcey sorts...

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ANVID CREEK COAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

A YIXO Elr K COAL COMPANY . .Pruifis f-ayonrly,:noti ng of·li o i slmair Ilhiliqrs of ,this poll anyuvwas !.holdi at:. tWho Clihmnlbxr of. Comninorco n:tal: l n.m. on ,i'huirs tday, at whvich tlhere was a fair numliber of sharehohlors pieogent.: - The .folibwing; report and lalance-slieet weot e.o ad by theso.ecretary, andl- adopted by I ehouleqt.in , onithe, motion of the chairm an: i • . .L .t-; ? p. --I . .Y +. t - "'aor difolr, sanoealfing theiro y iresi h lif-farl jprstrtf ~nistilofe in congertut hatinU't seihshiarlh ohdrsj on ha ving becornel possessedtA ofti-properity whiieht, nuder ijdiud tiCitsfncry~rtybtll l l for theo.ca~ii'tal mi avstei o., " 'Thox'Au1?1 Ceok bCoal Aline, with all its rolli;lg stock tind mnaterial, wt?as handod ovi* to tlio Company by the orinigal proprietbor ii' hbo.let of July last, I:+., ? : . • + : • . .. ." 7 • ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ · '".' ,"" : A..~ ** A lurlg? ladition Ias been iniale to the iollirng stock by the nlotinfacture of 30 new waggens by Mcdssrs. . ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

*JEWCASTLE EISTILICT' CJ iJAf'. _(FnOMi o U conRhnE-SroDENT).i -i .^ TnHE. March sittings.of ithe NewiiastlJ. Districti Court were commenced on Thursday 1 at, and continued till Tuesd'ay, before his SHonor District Court Judge Simpson. i '., The barristers present . were - Mess';sc, Rogers, G. M. Stephri'--.Iealy,.aiil p'KfI ffce.. Solicitors': Messrs. R.'W. Thomnpgop, Slater, C.. apper,.,. J. J- Brown, Readett., A. Browin, Wallace, and Leader. 1: *'.! ". ',,m1 r.~-A' number, .f: undefended ',cases5 ' .were, dis. posed of,,when the principal case.of the day, • that:of .. . : . ' TUOMAB ". SW?I?ET, .7O 1 inr., : :?. : was.called'on. It was a -jury case, the jnry 3fieing ob'htanildd at'thle iistiarlce of the defend' a.-nt. Gr.at, interest was manifested in' this case, the Court being erowdcdr during the i wh'olc tinie ofsititihbaiiring. -t) l . DAiiAdoes .viiRe.LAID AT £200. :;! JonY :--Messrs. E. Parnell, J.P..; ;W. A. Sparke,2' F.'Pearce, (Newcastle), and J. Nz SPage o(Warath).: " ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

Denmy PreiY s Wanted . STAN?'ED, a SECOND-HAND DEMd PRESS. V Apply at th1.tlice. Notice. W'AN?TED, MEN TO litRI T. Constanat work and the high rate of waIge given. For particulars apply to IAMES. RUISSEL, Crane Contractor. Newcantle, ith Mar t, 1874. 171 Saddle Horse l~an ed. I-ANTED, 0 ) GOOD HAC. .ppiy this Oil oice. To Printer.-c j TW ANTED, a Competent PRESSMAN and MACHINIST. Apply at this Offiee. WAN LED PARTIES TO 8 PLY BOOTHS AND B MENTS. GREAT fM S.TRATION, T BE IIFL· IN THIE A. . C3.UNPA 'S PADDOCK SATURDAY ?I?r MARCH. Apply to tlhe underni tioncd Secretaries, J. IRV NG, Co-operative. 1186 E. L1 VIS. Walisend. To Sinkers, Ilni s, andL Others. ? Em?ET. THE RINiRN"of C L SHA',T, about 19 fut I? a?et, in to Waetath Co.1l O m. pany's Lagnds, h t a lile south of the New fAmhtton Colli y T1'enalers w .B received y thU undersigned uP to TLMSoAY 10th ins 1R. WV. MOODY Waratalh Colliery, March , 1874. 157 One Pound eward. LOST.--Loet. on Suin y at, hotween James _ Bo' ,and ,? n n Ne...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. CONVICTION OF THE CLAIMANT. NEW SOUTH WALES COAL. GRETA COLLIERY BILL. ANVIL CREEK COLLIERY BILL. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

-LATEST TELECRAMS. [F-OM OUc OWN COnnESz'ONUDlNT.J CONVICTION 1l' THEI CLAIMANT. NEW SOUTH WALES COAL. GRETA COLLIERY BILL. ANVIL CREEK COLLIERY -BILL. London, February 28. The Tichborne Claimant has been found guilty on all three counts of tile indictment, and sentenced to fourteen years' penal ser vitude. A company, called the New.Siuth Wales Collieries Coinpany, has been unnounced, with aucapital of £;JU.OO. 0 In the Legislative Assembly, on Wednes aluy, the Speaker reported that th'e Legisla tive Council had agreed to the Gretcu ol liery Bill with an amendment. - Mr. Burns presented a petition from Messrs. Mansfield, Muctie, and Cuthbert, iraving leave for the introduction of a bill or the incorloration of the Auvil Creek Joau Mlining Compi)any.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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The late Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

The late Libel Case. 'IN. another column vwill be seen tlhe particulars of the Trial, and we should .not have'reforred toit here, but we think tlhcre Nwere statements made by some of the ?,itnesses, and, also by the prosecutor.'s couinsel whiclh call for some commnents. 'ln.the first place,we disclaim any intention of having written the article in question with any other Inoutivfe than defen'dinag the rights :of labour.: IWd'lnd no more desire to inter N fore with Mr THo~rAs's irivate character ~than we hidopf making use of words which' lhe did not understand; and, we fturthk think, if one mani more than another oughl to be puilished'for'Libel, it is certainly Mr. IT hoMAs own "barrister; for niakiiig'lahia aadmuit ini arosiTwded Court that he neither .undbrstood the 'ino~iing of' the words " subtert'e " idor- "" pretext." However, now that tie.case is. over, we can assure Mr. THOMAS, s0olong as hie treats manO as they oulght to be treated, we will be the firstitou/>huld him in l...

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 — 7 March 1874

:(To THEa EIoToR ov T'Ie Ms 111NERo ArVOA'rTa."). " SrR,-5.Willyou kilndly allow me a small apace in your nort issue to soy a few wo?ls ini answer to " Cosmolpolitan. ' He,aays he ws'amunuaed on re:ad. jng the letter signed "'Fair Pllay," what a pity he 'should over'fool vexed, lwhonsulch a tritle j,4a'es. him. H furthervwants toknow what 'Fair.i'lay." is i v irst denying, than a dlmuittio r, ?' Oe~o~Vso''l" ¥cirks. 1 dlpnied his statement wheua he gave vent'to tho''tolk .ing notes:-T-" Tlhat' m imnme?e'iieuntity of the Glebe people were 'fit f..r nowhere, and hhlt 200 visitiL, the vineyard on.r cer:n.in day, nmostof theimx in a beastly state of drink. rioting, lighting, and blaphnlem:ng,"ir and I ,lea it still. I atldmittel th fact of a lfew young C'llows meeooting at the viuzcyirrdI and being the wols for drink: I admnitted one or two "att most'" of thoese youg fellows ware'fromn th Glhec. That the tr Ily was run down the line is true. 'and that it terribly frightened ths poor "Cu...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Incorporation of Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

.. Incorporation of IValisend. T ? proclanmal.ion annonllcingf tlhat Valls nd i at aInst to be an ilcorporat.oed town is now an accomplished fact., and was pnlblislhed II the Gazette of' Flnilay Inst.. WVe hlave imuch pleasure in congra?tulaling the adv ealtes of this niansure that tl eflbirts,.-have been crowied withl success,.Brate several iueffecttal atlempts to attain tlhis eiid. '?'he uonmination day is fixed for tile 15tli April next, to take Iplaze inif Harris' AssiembiIly Ronms, and we undirstajid that. Mr. Thoaas Anliwick will be the RIeturiing otfficer on tlhe occasion. The fo'lowing ollicial letter on the subject, froe, tlhe Colonial Secetary's 0(1ice, Sydney, has becli adtdressed to Mr. James Hlannell, tile nmember for tlhis district: "'To James Tiannell, Ersq., MlP., Sydney. Sir -With zefetrillce to thle p'tition ,ubmittcd Iby you, praiying for the incorporation of a MIUlnicipaliltyto be .called the I'orugh of Wrall.end, I am directed to htale, for thie informntion of t...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

('To'o THI.EUrTOIt O TBa* A".MINRO ' ACUVOCAs'J'.") DruAR SIR,- They say wonders will never cease You will excuse me when I say I did ?gu tlrW wlhncl 1 read ini the Sydney Ipapers that the Uoverlnme?t lhaul offered a reward of liflty pound to afiy "one giving informatilln of thel person or personq setting lire to Pcanre and Co.'s pit at Four M ileOreck. I would ask nhy oine who mn:y Ihave read the evidence of the initlue.st if there was one spark of prl'oo: that inyulno hcad dnoe it. I will firlt citi what the Miiiiuger Iverred, tlhit Is-" That thle lpit is parti uularly saubject to Sllontaneous ctrnbustionl," and I will eadd nearly surrolirndd with fire. 'h'lis ac knowledigninlt uoining from hini ought to have its wuight. with thlse that do not uiiderailnd it; Then. again, oIe'of the witnesses, when asked why lihe did not give notieo of'the lire oolner, said, " reanuse ihe had seon a flire there before ;" as much ns if lie had said it's only wlhi I expIect. Furtlhermnre, I would li...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TERMINATION OF THE IRON-WORKERS' LOCK-OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

TIERIiMINATION OPF TIHE iltON 'VOiLRERS' LOCI(-OUT. ;WE have muchl pleasnre-ini being able to re-i cord the terminiation of this unfolrtqiste lock uot,. an-t~ announce the rsumnption of work by'the men~l Thursday morninlg last. "The fil'owintg is a copy of the agreement entered into lbtweon the Eight-hour Confe reee of thI Iron Trades and the Employers bAlocLion : Meinorandum of Agreoument entered into between the Eight-hour Conference of the Iron Trades atd the Iron Erades Employers' Association. The work'men shall resume work on the morning of Thursday, th4@th day of March, on the folliw in condition : The working hours shall he from that date to the 15th day of Septemlber, as followsy:-From Mlonday to Friday (inclusive) from 7.45 sm. to 12 noon, and from 1 p.m. tb 5.15 p.m. On Saturday, from 7.45 a'm. to 1.15 p.m. And from the 15th day of Sop tomber to the 15th day of IMarch, fr n Mlonday to Friday (inclusive), from 6 a.nm. to 8 a.m., frqrn 8.45 am.. to 12 noon, mtild fronm 1 pi....

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 — 7 March 1874

(TO Thulr DITO. OU TIIn " MlNERR' A.VOCATI'.") 8irl,-Your l~t. Matitland corresBlondent, of tilhe 14th ultimo, IliiKg himsaulf Fair Play," I t1?ks exception to the coroner's inquetnt on the fle at? P'arsa anld Co.'s.-No, 8 pit, at) Fdltir Mile Urcek. ' F. P." says " If eveal, there ere waste .of time and money it las been at thul~lice." 1 suppose . he ~ncans by thits inquest. .Butecs ."F. P." know tlhat t it s time and money wiuted 7 Mean nos honest and as computelnt an he is think it a caie demanding investigation, as all fires are.involvinlg ldestrletion of property under suepeiloun iroeumstnoen. "F.P." iunforms ou that it Is well knowl Nor miles alou?d? liere that those pits have bcen tin :Ire for the nlast "twenty years,-tllis very pit in' particular. Indecc " i.P." seems td6forget thait to be fair hlie should at least.be truthrhl. Yet, he tells you thaL a pit thsa rhas not een sqnk twelve mouths-hau .been on fire twelity feClrs. Tliat is, this very pit in particular has been on...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ORIGINAL LINES. THE LATE ACTION FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

'OaIGINAL LINES. I'rHE LATE ACTION FOR LIBEL. scate M;Ister Editor, AYou'll be ever loy creditor, if Iy printiorg this you'll he so kind. Shurei I'm so slated; , Tlht T. iwas choiss tsed, > T'hat I'n' lobond to ui?iblrdeu my mind. h. Two hundred, .to gusdn " Thhwjirs an iligsint sunt " u p, ckot in-n "tes dr bright shiners. S"Th:t sumin, .'v' hesard sray; 'J hey'Jt have had.ye togsay, In advoeatingrtlbo rIghts of the miners. SSo frierld.Shansous T. .Tns detirliionsd that h i TVoult Ilythe rAdiocthci: idle. Quoth he,".Shure]ld. ]il'ish Tht Swoute manu into muub," So instituted an action for libel. But,'wat tlhat's about "'Tis mssiclf has as di ubt, Saunt's the leis ring of Peter 'Gallagher ; l-But h&c(sssse orac o o n s0 ' , • SA klnd of defamsiitoof har.cter. So frioend Slhamos n. T., At once tlhougbt that k) e, . Should cusult thie bestilawyer in town. : T' en, wtiot itout sitatio, B yy way ofe, O?'ation, - Tshont to. cook upi tle Ador,,ate "Iirou'"s." But there's siuany...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

* 0xginaIf eorrczPoiibcitcc.; Lomt it bo diRtlllnn~Y.I (ido~ Ibat Wo (10 not -,c~uecom~r!l~y Idontlfi' ourrnulroN with th. opinions Soxjiroarcsd by dr(.arroapb0ntienta.J

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 7 March 1874

(iRLOM OUR COrlIrEBPONDklNT.) LAMIBTON.' . - .. ON last Saturdiay miorning the miners at thin colliery went to work for their .second half 'shilt. for the week, but when they got in the pit llhey found, that they could not proceed into tl:e workings, as every place was staldl ing full of smoke; in fact,-the smoke from the fnrnace was almost? out to the bottom of the tunnel. By sonme meains tl'e ?regularl order of thingsa had become--revcrsed, and instead of the furnaco smoke and foul air going up the aupcast shaft, it'was iblowing ourt over,' as "the shlft .had. taken, the.. draft. downover. .. lHad this pit been troubled with gases of an ex plosive character tire consequonces uililht have been serious. As it was thd men hail to 'return bhone, but., however, wo-k was reasumied oni Mondlay morning. o- \ Saturday last was a new era it Lanribtonianl history. '*The passenger train,-ani aunnorinced, arrived here about 4 I p.m. with fourteen car rirnges and the van, and long before the' a...

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