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MEETING OF MINERS AT NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

NEETING OFNENIRSAT NEW 'LAL MT.ON. ., Ow Tubdaev evening last a apecial general meeting of th'e 'ow Lamnbtonw m-?i wa? held at Mr. ,ewis', New,.Lambhoi Hotel: There was a good attendanes, sald Mr. John itippen, -hlmiunan of Lhg Lgdge pjge.sdqd.. MimiteR of previoqakte~etiugw ere: read .M.n ilnarned. , The ,C anuia aid this oteeting wao pop rsited to hear the .-)elegste'e report, and ii a .ske arrangemente for the fortheoming: do amoiontaind and apfint apeaker ',&c ... Mr. Teos. hAnsD (as DiiIea ro~t ein ra -he proceedings of tLe Delegate, meeting, ,which?'wihllbe fouud1t Lotber chlumn". ! Aftar'the roeaitng of th? minutes they were then takeer-&ra.tim and diseuseef.i. mnalke all tIme, £rrangenannts necessary .for the 4demoastratloun,'tnd thus Mm. Wm.,DavieW ,'. the speaker fo13?eje- ,Lambnoe Loalde. Carried that tife, take thmirait;niil bear-the risk of accidents theimsehye,.. ,. The'CBaiaM&n repud a lette rom Mr. Wil liam. (aecr,?t~rl of~tl~e"L zaj.,ltojii~r...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING OF LAMBTON MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

)ilETI'%O 01 LAW1B A )ULN~Lt A SPECIAL meeting of the. ,iihlon nlinel' was held in Ifr. Stoker's lt room, ,n Todn - day evening last. About #ty pers,,nswere present, snd &1r?- W. 2 ath oc upied -thte •chair. ": 1 - :.: p 1.?" The CHAIKVa W, in ening the meeting, p'ated that the oiai. to be runght bcfore tem was to receive) Ie repfi of the dele .,te, an I to mn arran.gen eits for .the f,,rtheoming demoiztratipny .The SECRiETA then ri~d the minutes of -litr meeting, wjsch were adopted, -Mr. McW jt.IaMs (as delegate) then read the muinutesf the delegate qeeting, which apoear in other column. Eachb nute was put to the ineetinig andi dixcuase ' with more or les interes't??" With reference to the special train, -a Je ter was read from the Traffic Manager, .astfng that the-.G,,rdrnment de linel to b, c.rme re?-' sible abhioildranv accident happen a" Lambton, there beirzi noRplatformn there; and oinly would coinset.tomanethe' rarn on thel eoiidi1i, .hath Mr; Croioinae's consent Was ...

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

Deiny Press Wanted. ~XANTH0, REDDEMY PRESS. Saddle IHorse _Wan -d. "?TANOTED, a GOO1 IA K. rpply at this • Y '"Ollice. . " To Print ers..ft " W ANTEI), a Cornpoe.1d4 N and ?MACHINIS'T'. App7? at this Office. * L~o ce./ !i1LN TMO OAL. Constrint ", d th hightto?tcof wages given. t lars aply to - £"r?i" i r JA S ILUSSSEL, ,V rane Contractor. Noewcastle, 5th Mnrch, 4. 171 I The Dalwood Vi eyards. PRIZE COLONIAL U' RALIAN WINES. MrU. E. H. SII .N,?use appointed paid IVLAGENT. ?Tr C?]io .?r the cdebrated D slwood 1Vines. Orders exeento at inepard iices. Hotelsliber a11y dealt with, ii wines sent to all the Mining Townships free of age. .TOHIN WYNDHAM. 5, HaUlnof oCoincrce, Newcastle. 85 A Butchers' SI p T\Let./ TrO LET, a 1 'CH RSfS S-OE th two zGriiding Mlahin iatii Filler) oj site D.r Schrsdcr's, Wal.lsend. Iz iediate pj -seion, if reqtired. Apply to 'HARLE~S FyR VEL~ To B.IIder.s. -' ,DERS aru i£ljitAl for thu " Erectid of S'DI ivlling T s n.il orc," t arch . ,,1874. Lowe4 F aly e.sari...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE ESTIMATES PASSED. THE PALMER RUSH. ADDRESS TO SAUL SAMUEL. THE ELLORA LEFT MELBOURNE. SHOCK OF EARTHQUAKE. THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. INCORPORATION OF WALLSEND FIRST ELECTION. Friday 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

LATEST TELEGRAMS. "ROM un owU OW 0N 1OESPONDENT.J THE ESTIMATES, PASSED.,,. THE: PALMERi RUSH. ADDREASS TO SAULn SAMUTEL. , THE ELLORA LEFT MELBOURNE. .1SEICK COFEARTHQUAKE., THE; ENGLISH :CRICKETERS. -NCORPORATION OF? WAI-iSEND? Tflhe .A?seinbW yestpdrdny-p'ssd .the Estimates tfr the? PuilLc?Wrk saund'Post office Departmemits; <',rrirignemdht? iare pending for the estaim lishineit of. m isecond bleababetween England and Australia. Reports from the Palmer continue satis factory,"?nit provisiohn ard veriy dear, aid beef Is. (d. per pound. The officiails 'a the, Postal Departinent yeAterday, presented the Ion. Saul Samuel. with an address, to which the latter replied, staring that h0 had aveviy confidence in tihe Calffriidan iaisil service, being a' great suclceef.s. . , ,.' - - . :'' The Ellora (s.), with the Suez mails, left Molbourne yesterda'" A. severe shock ti .'i earthquake .liais1beeit felt at Port Darwin. ..,,: , i' In the cricket:?mateh, the Eft"gli'takn v. eighte...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

MARRIAGES. . AttLambton, 2Gth'Janauary, byR~. Johie 1 ggh y Mr. JAm?.c Moss RIoHAIUSO., to Miss SusANN. I WVILL!AMSON, of Lambton., 177 Plattsburg, Febru.ry 9thy 'Rev. John.Foggun, Mr. "CUAtLu.s HRnnfv '1IuIO.AS, of 7Manii, butcher, to Miss JAN. Swa~aorroM, of Minrni. At Fairlield Farm, March -1 by Rev. ,John Foggon,: Mr.. AltTHUR LVnNRY PAYvN, of Lambton,. L.buts?her,, to TMIuzA GISAUE Joll.S, youngeat . daughter of Mr. 'T'homas Johns, of Faireld." ORTITMJU ERLAND RECQ4, ER. \ -.ATUR~DAY ,MARCI ~14, 1q74.

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 March 1874

. (?. TIIt J3DITOIt OF TillE " 'MiNEltS' ADVOCATE.") SIn,--You are already aware that I have been charged with. the autho:ship of tie letter headed ':.Ventilation," which appeared in one of your issues a few weeks back. 1 have been charged with another to-day, whilst returning from iny work, which hasa?ippeareil to-day, Thurdavy. First, in all probability, " .. J. S." many have the plea sure of reading this.-If " Tih J. S.'s" intention was to clear himself and erinijnate your correspondent, he. made a- great nistako. JThe Press.ia open to overy patriot to exercise his faculties, and,show up public abi se0; but the real founitain of honour is to coeni out direct, or, at lueast, to lie content with thb lirotectiion accorded by every honest journalist. Indirect advocacy may prove potential in' the ex posiure of abusesbl t when it is resorted to for the piurpose of criinilting an inlioceiit person, the P'ress is abused. Inam dolhitful "' . J. S." does not iesido at Hamiltou. . I e;bove ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Upcast Pit at Lambton Becoming a Downcast. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

ipcasst PIt at' L2Iintotist clcotallag .;..... a Dowucatt.. thiink this is somethinig new in the ven tilation of mines that a turiiace, built at enormons costi, aind for thie-eip ress purpose of keepitg 'up a constant supply of air ?pass 'IImg round the working places, should baeconp, 'iiuatead of ?ui iupast,, wheieby tliO wliole ot the noxious ?'asses would rise to the surtlice, 'the state of things- are reversed, and the furnace smoke and foul air Wdis blown 'into the workiuigs; as the iihbift had taken the draft down. ltappuears..that on Satusrday nsorninglast-the miners at this colliery went to work tbr 'their sepondOhalf shift tor the week,, but wltem hey 'gotf in the pit they -oun'd 'theyl codld n pt" ,rocded in'tt thd .ouk ings, as every pid-woeas' standing full of .imoke. Manyioflout reademal will remember that when this celebrated furnace was fiiiished,' Mr. OiOUnDAo'H gavO hi* frierndW. irand spread rnt tht lairs, and he hi report~ed. to nauve Htatel in iin. speech .tlhat ...

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 March 1874

(To TlE r ErrooR 'OFiTE " ?A?NElS' An'vOCATl.") S.ts,-I am, one of your; readers, and admire fair play in all cases. Of linte letters have np rpeared signed " Qnckoo,' " Fair Play," " Cusine-' pulitan ;" and re:oly, Mr. Editor, putting them all together, tliL'y appenr to agree 'that som'eone, or sonte body, does carry on top ropes on the Sabbathl "daywio the vicinity of the Gle?b. I cannot sac, for thelife of nme, lte'e thelii ' iid ua are sulposed to9lv or canr-frora, whl t'O'to'?to with this tmtter. , I hmav. in th ehohighboui hood on the Sabbath day, and can p1ssitively state ~hat the e rying oun of what 'whs called 'plcasiue was. disgraceful. I do not'specify any.particulai or plsons ; they are all strangers to meO, ti I ploint to no one in particular. Police pr is most certainlyt nieeded, atntd the sooner it in force-the bette:r I shall not continue my re marks,, lbut only add, whatever side is right, pro tection cannot do any harm to any ncighbourhood. . 1 amt, Sir, most respm...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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DELEGATE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

O) Tnesday last a' meeting of Delegates of the Miners' Association, Hunter ,iver Di trict, was .hold at Mr. Cairn ' Hoite Lambton. -';:' P.1'rescnt:-M ¶1. Thomas AiflivilC, General Chiin?nan, Vallsend; 13o0eliole,Y Mi. '. Pjrice; WVallsend, Mr. J. Morgan; Waratal Mr. T. VinterLottom ;~iew Lambton, Mr. T. Hardy; Co-operative, Mr. T. lingram; Lanmbton, Mr. J. IM'W illiam.s; Anvil Creck and, Greta,'rM...- Harold ; and. the-general secretairy, Mr. .1. NVood. - Minutes of pi'evinus meeting were read ,ani-cenfirmedr"-...... - . . CotltEsi'OND oECE.--Letters wore read from the Railway Trallic 'M~inager, in 'reply t'oja requastdor a .Lrain.,to-run"..un ,the..2.1St..inst. The letter stated the willing::ess of the nauthorities - with the consent of Mr. Croudae,--to rnuna train, but declining to incur tbe.i iosiibility ir,,if,,nn;,'v pas.sngers,. as there'was nubt?anu??" platforin at Lauibtich for that pturpose. If the Association woult take the risk, a train would "be put on. -Ann early answe...

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 March 1874

(To TI,. EDITOR OP THU ?' rjlIMt' ADVOCATa,") Si ',--1 sac by q leader in th9,./roukle of Satur. day, Marchi7th, that your sggetidn to provide a 1Vadow and Orphan Fund ikely to take with the public. I, for ofiI have long thought some plan ought to be adopted • Iut-tho easy and just way by1 ,hIah ~euch ' fhUigl could be' inaugurated never strwk kis until yo, potnted it out so eleailu in jouw easdor of Febwgaqy IMtbhWe ldodhowever, esrp.*i something better from the Chronicle on the subj. Ct than whait iappeared in the eaider of this wouldl-i)j leadiuig mlaper of March 7th," We wish aill to.take a pait in forwarding so worthy un object; but t.hiia can only be done by showing new utnd better mani-=: in providing for the realisation of the object. N2dw hero we have to complain of the. Chronicle, in bring ing all the burden to hear on the men, and allo'winig f-th proprietors to gofree. - We nicee not point out the fri~t thit.miners risk lilntnramT'fffirfrrabei fit df thd iimasters as "wel...

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

M* EETI'IN< OF'N COi PElATlIVIlE tIINIEiS. 'ON Wedn.esdny evcuing.last a special meecting of tlhe Go-opeorative nmilnutrs.w.rnt. hlid at lMr.. I lnlnday's, Grnpoes' Inn. 'liiiC tt tllance was good, andiiitl ?. WV \oiidodi~E'i ocilied thei chair. Minutes .of previous lmeoting i.wro ricla and conl rmod. A dijjcussipu,- toolk .place tceppecting, thl ,oreus of.t.ho/'.'.Hllu;dan'?lrn l to play at thei dtenonslt.??i~on i lt i'st.,'wihonnit wnsiulti nintely cnrried that thllu torms bu accoLtod. fUiE le DELEOATii'S ItEPOIt'l?. -*'.. ;" Mr. RICanAri Jln"OIan (tfl cdfihry ll'e gate) tlheT,'r.nralt,)ioninuiteu ofp'tll/doelgate ieoetinge, iiiy'l"lbri'y e.xpla?einc each as he Jpio-' Sceded. " - " " Tcceu cd. fy » y i t. i -- " ; ... .. A discussion took placo on thlis, subject, when it, w is carried that the 'Gitaen' rahciidu by the rule in its i itgrlity.t , . ..atlr . IA-Te.Lu???.tfLB A OASiE.t ' ' , Jt was stated ;that Mr. S?woet lhad sent a lotter to the dlougato inaoting'-dclinin...

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 March 1874

(To TIru. EDmTOR OF TiE' "iIM5N5IS' ADVOCATE."). ..Srn~-An linimate • equ ititncc'-alsked: me the other day if I had seon tie article in your coiten pornry relative to a' Widow' mid Orphans' Fund for tibentiners. 'il felt almost ready to reply " Can any good thing come out of'Nazereth 7" ,pardon, the 'faiity. illowevergi' Ihbuunted -it" up" for ?erusal, aud 'certainly it 'is'keeping withltand "chaetactetistil,1 the'source fromLwhencetit emaialted. ?'Thie incus ,sitylof the case is no new thilig; it is armattoi tlrnt hns, heen, palpably and' painfolly"fqrced tipdiptxo b' atotection year after "ear.'iWi?v, then,' has this'co'm mendable',interest in the welfare of the working community not been soonter 'viliced by'yo'ir/con-, temporary. If we afe to judge by eircumstantial evideeeoI .*thibik.the'verdict wouhl be that he failed to"?eetlhie .rome~dy'un'tlibyou'lh yoiir, simplleity, eil enliglhtoned .him; 'i hut ; Sir,. )you'are tilo *fa? athea.I, hq.hauuifailed toulilt the 9'iht i' trick...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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RICKARDS' TROUPE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

Ou •f l th (w hj l ?rata jiaotr? . C oijl n tin As will he 4aoi by.an atmvwtiswmant in a other caluman the clbtotd R~ioktards' Comlubinuttio ' T.oupo plrf?uzl n in Harris Assuntbly.Jooms, Walls 'lzd, for theu lrat tiano on Mtonday a.l' Tueslday, nxt, and frmo thu high ustinmation in lwhich tiey arc hold, we trioh thu plople of WVallauund will not miss the on trtunitt..ot ouiang them. -Tho. arvices of. -t--ie TValla ? band havo been seonred, and they wi I perform at intervals during cauh porformanie. r'lThe comp uy lierform at Lambton on Friday

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

@rij~irrnt (~torrczpouibcncc. [eL it ha (liRtillOtly uhI(lerRtood that we do not * x'ce~ariIy identify ourRClCR with the opinione eXl)rCsScd by our corrcspondCnts.)

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

ENIWCASTLE SHIP1?ING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. W ?anse-nd 1-°'?r. e N_,! . ,)'xg/ ,ckwall, shil, 1190. Cole; to l~ Wallseod 7.j nrlmnald, ship,'~1l5, Erskine ; _oad?Wallsend I ,,rie Reid, American ship, 1400Crowell ; to load *.xtei; American ship, 1279, Buraley ; to load Wallsend thi i.war, shlp, 1300, Freebody; loading WVallsenid. s.'uifield, ship, 634, Taylor; to load Waratah ighlanler,;Anerican ship,. 1353; Wilcombe; to loady~Vallsondsrt F~-C-' mmieneriir, ship, '1054, Maxted ; to load New Lambton / . -..., iterdalesliip, 1200, Gunsioi?i} ]?dilgW eiid ,ress, Amierican ship, Midgett,; .to load Co-opera .si',trahiai Sovereign, baique, 3li curh to loau izttiliOties, larique. 319, Wyeth1; .loaulie?-Greta_. Co .ti.. Wi... s. . . nronnaie, French barque, Germiail'zJ. Ji " entrice, barque, 417, Windsor; .'to loed A. A. Co. a:Ooi4 barque, 649,E M'Oalloeh p to.load :sVllend jotildo, French- barque, 360, Ertanid -to ,oad • ~t,' llargiie, 420,) Martin harleswAuguste. French barque, 76'l...

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

BOOT ANI) SHOE 0 VAWREHOUSE, , '" ntersret •eest NOTICE OF REMOE VL. ...... t HE Uneorsigned hIws resskctfidly to;:leh'. ,is SINCERE TlHANKS to h1s nnmeroun " paittros nilli theilipdli:? ~emirn]] T~r' Itj Liberal .Support which ,still: contiionei .to bne bI?t owiJ l on i-. ItEst nlnii'I?et, an'; iii es jcifally whihe u(:ulying tlwte Temljrary. .Premises uixt'to Mr. AIDEItTTY'S, i ,.i d Aj i tug'ijy, thai ,.hi businus has been. 1, REi?OVED - "- T'O M1ORE O'iOiDIOfLT. AND CENTR.A" PREMISES. .? .. . : . , 'AND.e - ' 1NEXT TO-Mit- J.-J--KIT'ISOIA'S flI PERLY ESTAIBIASuIMiEN.* The STOCK-will be found VRY LRAnd to contain ALMVOST EVERY* ARTIC E REQUIRED. ALFREDDALBY.D72 C Pe. ~.II`- c~J~ ?~i~t~i~~ _ q-L~6~-= LdJ -a·--·~~~~:~ c =L t L _ _ _ _ -? txwx' Ln·vx e~ I bgt xaefr -u - A~SP·LENIfII) ASS~)fl''I'AIENT OF Which I initenrd to SE~LI;. A'L' AS ~~: l~rOW U A'PW S CAiN BE1 E~PC1x~TDI Tror a Really Good kr~ o I ~ Sportixnoxi Purcllrxing G;:xxxx froln inn c~nn:aGthxi Cons S~xot. Winx~,-or al...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. At StisonlBER.h -Vones ~South Wrates hi' Forgot to enclose yoiu address. Do so bbfore " X. Y. "Z.'-E-amilton.-Your letter. is+ too spor sonal. &Modify it a little . ," ,: . -.T*'un lsri,? LIBEr. 04SE,--An Observer.---Wae J.\would sooner ziot publish your letter un ess you - press for it. . Vrite to us. n FAIilPIn ."--Your letter will appear on WVed uebiday.? J? "- I " .- " .... "" .. . '+ " i.

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

:Neiwcaatle Arency. L.)R.R THOMAS NE , liante-r9- eet, LVIL (late Lott's Mill Store),- hasbeen appolited. AGENT FOR THIS "JOUFRNAL SNewocastle, an j la ge of 1Mrs. qaane -from ,hom copes" of ahe ADVOCATI, arid a~ap .afo.mt?/sor? conme'ning A D VPY/t/ ?'If-E MEINTS: a nd .OBP.11A2N''ING can alway's erobtainaed a Miners' Advocate cOace. , ualisend, 2nd March, 1874. TO OUR CONSTITUENTS. T HE Pa opietai's ofthaMi?.s • ,.. ADvOCAjp , inthankang th.ae niners ofthe various "Colliery Tosenshrys ..d @"-the gt? lid enedally, for thd.ib ral pata:onage., extended, during ..he past three months, have much pleasure in* announcing that, at the request of ' their nlumerous ?subsrirbers fthey have determined to bring out the ADVOCATE S1TifVIGA WPEIUK,' "onh,?niebcg frm F DNsDAYTL ; NE.1T, ?and,. to lbe continued every Wednesay, and Saturday. This. lterntioi 'wiaill entail eonsider •..able eutra, expense,. anhd the .Pardo-'"" -; prietororsd treE'? thea, ej?'orts to male the AnTcwATE., neet the. equir...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

LOCALl INTELLICENCE. .WALLSEND AND PL AT?SBURG. . RALWAY ACCOMMODATiON. Througlith,.courtesy of Mr. Thoans Alnwicl4 .we haive beon favoured with. the perusal.ofa letter received by him from Jan:' Hannella "Esq., M.L.A.,-on theoabove subject). .Mr A -lnawck has been.an commurncatonu with M~'r Hannell on the subject of securing a midda .train for Wallsend, 'and the latter' ,entllema! hiforms him. that Messrs. ' Stitherlanl an, Lloyd "wi'l vi-it Newcastle this d?ij (Satur day), and proceed qp the line,., but;if possiblh Mr..,ntherland.vwill visit .Wallnond ,on :Mon day,, in eompaniy.with . M.' Hannell, who i: 'desirous of inducing him to. visit all th, •mining townals?"s, aid becotning persbonalll ;aequalnted withr our numerousl rcqtuirenments -We treastMr- Hannell will succeed, and that we may have the pleasure of seeing' Mr Stitherlanid here. ' ERIJOUS.. ACOIDMNT, We regret to record.a very serious accident which kapiaied to Mr. Iteuben Lavis, of Walleend, yes. ers {riday) afternoon....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 14 March 1874

I nUoUtET to recOrd the piat ticulars of a 0 lancholy and fatali accident. which occurred t~ a young man named John .leKann, about 24 years of age, on Wednesday last. It appearii that the Waratah engine was collecting the various coal trucls for'the purpose of starting for- Waratah, when .MeKann.',attempted'(to (cross the-line at-the foet of Newcoindndstreet, and was .knocked ilown .by the engine, and jamnied between the feeder'and break. The poor fellowwau dreadfully mangled--his necl: being, completely broken, and his head ciusbhped into the chest.. An inquest was held thd same night, 'whea a verdict of accidental death wab returned.

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