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THE DEATH GRASP, A TALE TO BE READ ROUND THE CHRISTMAS FIRE CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

S.HE.DEATH-U RASPr, A TALE TO IEEAKEOSiD' TH' E UIIISTIAB FIiE LiCHPTERftlL THE servant darted to the window.- The two" lhandJ'~'-~' ' ll 'cliigihiig''pnsiiinically. to the sill, every vein in-them standing out in relief jkeo, whi cord. One of the oserv'ntes drewv ris rdcr6ss tlTin;' eT'eblood ispurted ISp ito the air,"and a heavy fall was heard o.i the ground bneath. He is wounded !'.crieh Ji gh-.gb .'. Quick:, quick,, 611oo mnc !'. He can ioCescape.';',.' . . . !: . r'-" dSo:. sp'iealing, . aiid .accompanicd by his r'etaihers, he descended the stairs, and- ran w rith furious haste out of the house, in time to see, in thldi.tinodlight, th'e'stranger retreat . g at full, speed across the parlc. .LThey in tf_'t_ fl'61l owedanl;d weire rapidly- galiing uiion hitn, when thet object of their chase reached the transparent brook from which the hall takes its namne. ' He is" ours I he is ours !' exclanimnd Hugh lI ' Heohas missed .thelbridge!' a.Yii t:~4Hiuli' At~·lll 'was mistadlon. Look ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

CDVERNIVIENT RAILWAYS. O su Noiu m'.v Li~vis. CHRISTMAS I-on LIDAY ., 1873, NE1V YEAW'S DAY, 1874. p1 O3t the 23rd-.Doeember, 1873, to the 1st J- "atnuar, 1874, inclusive, Ee.otursions Tickets at n Single F'orre Los te double journeey ; will be issued at and to all "stations, available for seturn. for i dals includihg day of issuc. On t, o 25th Dccembcr, 1873, and ]st January 1874, lExcursion Tickets will be issued at and to all stationss c: One 'Penny p?er mile, holders of which ttmny r.iuri, by aniy trai, onir the ilays they are avil atle for return. Those for distances unsdcr "8 iniles vi'l be available for 3 days, exceeding thpt distnacse, li dnys, iyncludlng day of issue. Ohildreit utdoer 9 yoars of age, free i ron) 2 to 12 yeo|rs, half fares. iiinimum Ohargo • One Shilling. (Signed) JOHN RAE, Commissionecr for Railways Dcnsrtment of Publie WVorkls, Rsilway lirancli, Sydney, 271h Nav., 187. .. . .... Ei.Great (Northter?Ralwtay. WAL:LLSEND BRANOCH. On NETY YEAR'S EVE the 1slt De...

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"PRESS ON!" [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

"PRESS ON I" Tiles is a speceb, brief, but full of inspiration, and opening the way to all victory. Thle mystery of Nuipoleon's career was tlhis,-undcr all difficulties and discourageznents, " PREsS ON." It solves the problem of all heroes, it is the rule by which to weigh rightly all wonderful successes, and triumphal ,rmarcbes to fortune and genius. It should be the motto of all, old and young, high and low, fortunate and unfortunate so called. ' PiESS OY 1" Never despair; never be dis couraged, however stormy the heavens, however dark the way; howevor great the difficulties, and repeated the failures, " Press on "-If fortune has playcd false with thee to-day, do though play true for thyself to-morrow. If thy riches have taken wings amd left thee, do not weep thy life away ii but be up and doing, and retrieve the loss by new energies and aeti[on. If an unfortunate bargain has deranged thy business, do not fold thy arms, and give up all as lost ; but stir thyself and work the more ...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

Smtrous Accsuo.r.-On Tuesday last a serious aceidlut happened to a boy named Myles, of East SMaitland, through being thrown from his horse. e.o was riding over fairrrs' bridge when the animal shied, and fell over the bridgo on top of him. Mr. Har'ris, junr., ran qul'ckly to his assistance and picked him up insensihle, and it was the impression of all present that his neck was broken. ])r. Clark was prromptly in attendance, however, and after admministormg ,proper restoratives, the lad seoo recovered couelmousness, when, it was found hat no injuries hadl boen reooivel beyond a severe h akinlg.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

*":]ARRIAGES. " , RUumzLL.-Lov --On the 26th instant, at. the residence of the parents of the brido, by the REv. C. J. Mood, Mr. Wim. Russell, of Lambton, S rndaughtdr of Mr. I. Love, also of Ltwx&.z L af.-.On the 24th ins~., by the !tevi -- T. Robey, Bsotist Minister, ,'allsezid,-Mr.A. Lewis, to Miss S. J. Clough, second daughter of ,Mr. Clough, all of Wallsend. " . 62 _to rxsol.-Qw-rt.-On the 25th inst, by the Rev. ? Robey, IBaptist Minister, Wallsend, Edward binson, to D. A. Owen, fifth" daugliter of Mr Owen. all of Wallsend . ..63 Y, ORTHZBERR2AND "r 188.

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EXECUTION OF JARVIS FOR THE ORANGE ROAD MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

EXECUTION OF JARVIS Irol THE OIANGE RIOAD MURDER. (From the Evening News.) IENnY VINCIENT JAIVIS 8nifl'orCied h10 OxtremO pienalty of tlio nlaw, withlin thio wnll of Dnrling hurst gaol, on Tuosday last for the murder of James Mnggeridgo, cnrricr on theu Orange and nlathurst I1ond, on the 22nud July last. Since- his conviction anl sentence by his Hlonor the Chief .Justice (Sir J ames Martin) on thlo 21st sNovembor last, tho culprit has been very attcntivo to the assiduon.'s ministran tions of thlo Rev. Cannon Rich, chaplnin of the gaol, to whom ho made a verbal confossion of his guilt on the Monday following his coin mitlnl, which was forwarded to tho proper autlhorities. Tliroiighoit thlo wholo of the iltervel)ing period brtwCon thio dato of his conviction and to-dny, Janrls has exhibited signs of roleintaiiee; and as tlio day of his execution drew nigh, his attleations to his religioun devotions grow mloreu zecilos, and his tone pf inlnd poria boppful; It the stonI time heno rnnita...

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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

TO WHOM IT MAY CoCBoc ;. "!'n.'..1 ; Iw our contemporary the Pilot of Wednesday: last, we riotiee a letter signed by one James Soldie, of Plattuburgh, and another signed Z, (evidently from the same pen) referring to some remarks of onrs in a leader re epeatiig parties who have been known to "get up foot racee and. /ell them.-for the purpose ?if~i ating imney."' The letters are e vaegue and esnselees that our proper course would be to treat them with silent contempt. X. HWever, for the- iriformation of Mr. Goldie' ad Z, we may'state.that our. sayiing we have *' heard of parties- who have been known to all Tr , g &c.,',for ,the, purpo.se of making moaBy;doetn't. follow that we impeach the hoeaet'fC?«i tporting mena in the district, ~Ir from it, for we believe many of them to ba mn of sterling worth, and it would be a groes injustioe to theee gentlemen to class thet with the personr we referred to in our iteorial article. We are quite sure that the hoborble sportsmen in thb dis...

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CHRISTMAS, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

CHRISTMAS; 1873. CiniBTMAB s1 a tliome so 6p1ll worn that, thors is but a small chance of troating.it originally iHundreds of paorlihvo been ainnually emnplood to write'on thiM ' " old subject" and, tho writer" have looked at it from every.point .of view, so that as a themo for litornry" display, it hns boon .pretty woll cxhausted. Neovertheoless we will endeavour to'supply our.ii nuiirous.constituents with something, that will both intoerest and profit, and our subject s.unia be' ...I..... ....... The Christmas Tree: AND WHAT .:HUNG *UPON? ?I'..i£::'' The subject of our present story says,. I was: a oung jan t begimning thb battle of life, with no ttor eaponsthan a'littlo alid gi'i? ~iaisBcion ftor pootry and the fino ants." ." .. I had been intended :y my father for 'thidprofr-a' eon of the law, but soon I put asido the poild ra4iq roluins oflBlackstouo and 3okp'for the nii'd oi, -'. sat reading that is to beo found 'ih Shaiilslpro aId pensr ; and I was in a fair whly tf turdoima-...

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NEW WALLSEND COAL MINE. FIRST SHIPMENT OF COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

NEWY WALLSEN (DOAL MINE. FIRST SHIWMIR T OFC9ATL. (raoM VnsE f? nV?G? E 2W5.) - Tnif'iwAWallsendy oa w ~ith ite shijpliin~jetty nt Catlerine Bill Bay, near Newcastle, has been opened, and the works ccomnlete'd Iy Mr. T. Hale; since August 4th .this'ryear, and the steamer Tasmania left Sydney on ?Vedn.sday,.morrni..ng..~ithi theo ancors, chains' anid bi ys to make the moor ings for the convenie cbo ?f'Ydisel?i #onding coal. After.this? operiatidn libed been succes fully carried., osit,,nnderM.Ir. Hales' super vision, at 0'IO' o'clokl' on jThursday she -was takeii albn'gside?lie jetty, end by 7 o'clock the same' evening her loadiug was cobmpleted, an'd she "left for Sadney, arriving early on 'Friday morning, having on board the first cargo of New Wallsond coal ever shipped, The jetty, 500 feet in length, is massively contracted of the best timber, and has been built while the mine was being opened,, so that no time has heen lost. This makes the second new coal pit opened by Mr. Hale.,...

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CHRISTMAS LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

. .Hr.-H.ISTMAS L'.NES. Old Chiiittmas I bravo Christmas I again thou nrt Gladdaninig our homes' with thy heart-stirring cheer, .And biddiig our cards of this work-a-lda worldh, D)epart when thybuancr of pence is unlurlcd i No guest is s'o'conistint -no friled is so true, As thou with thy song, still the'sanie, yet titill now. We welcome thee warnily in childhood's, gay . hout, : Ere we dreamt how unending nnd groat was thy power; We thought of thee only as bringer of fTn,' . Of mino-picr and puddings, and gifts to be won, Wheni the 'ance in the hall, and the. dearly-16ved friends, * " Foe long weary school-days made ample amends. 1We held thee still.dearer, when.childhood went by, And youth 'spread a glory-cloud over the sky- When love, with his bright smile and low whispered riords, Played fairly-like music o: mngical chords : WVhen thy mistletoe' Lenipted somue fiint-lieartod youti,. , ' -' ' ' . .. To give 'ndath its branches the first kiss of truth. And: now, Oh I, brcve Christ...

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DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

DRAMATIC AND MUSIlo-L'M NTER TAINMENT.). ' )U OsoMonday ov"ening last ano entertainment of this descriptionwwAs given in: Harris' Assembly Rooms, by the Wallseasd Dramatic Club and a number of l*dy and gentlemon amoteurs, for the benefit of h builinglifuid of the Wallsend School of Arts. The attendance was good. J. Y. Neilson, Esq., president-of the Institution, occupiod the chair. The first part of the performance was given by the Dramatic Club, who produced (for the first .time) tho grand historical -Scotch drama " Gildo. roy." Messrs. Croigh, Eade, J. WValkor, J. Davis, R. M'Donald,.and Steele took the principal parts. Messrs. Duncanson, Robson, Roddoenury, Murray, and Hyndes appeared also. The piece-was very fairly performed for amateurs, and with a little practice the performers in it will be highly appro oiated. The musical portion of the programme was cam: menced by Mr. C~eagh, who sang "Tho Bold Fuiherman," ands'was eicored. "What are the wi?ld waves saying," was nsext given...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

To Toflu EDITori oz rn. "Mntsw' A.voc.i','ro." Sla.--It is withniueh pleasure I have to Uixforan you of the 2iew wra about to dawn on a long heglcted diatri?t, but one containing in houndloeu quantitie., those treasures which make great nation:, viz., coal, and in all probability iron also, to say nothing of its flueforests of timber. I was preoent to-day with a few other gentlemen, who waited on the Ion. the Ministsir for Works rcpoeting the dredgo and heard the Hon. gentleman etate that he waohd immediately give instructions to have .her sent to Lake mfaequario to remove the obstruction at 1'uliean Island-thoro is fine time: in store for the Lake yoe. , : Obediently yours, JOHN- BLACK. .Dcember 23, 1873. '.

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WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

WnESTLxNo. -Wo stated in our last issue that it was the Intention of Stafford to wreatlo Cowan, of Gulgong, for £100 a-sido after the contest withi Diuilop. On Tuesday evening, nocording to pro mise, he informed Oowan's supporters that he would wrestle him or any man in theo colony.fori£200-- £26 to be deposited at VWallaond nt 0 o'clootk that evening. Punctually to the' time agrood upon, CowanTs backers were in attendalnce. and with Stafford proceeded to Mr. Well's hotel.. Stafford there stated that £50 must bo ·deii(sited, and he. would wreatlo Cowan in three weeks from that datc, Thia wams alo augreed to lby" Cowali' siti, '£.50. depositod on the table, articles drawn out ready for ignaturo, and eyerything settled ponding Staffordcs leposit, who left the room, stating that he would. return in a few minutes with the deposit money. Those present waited about an hour for his return. iht up to that hour ho 'dd badt itain.'put inilan r'narance,"'n'd they" were obliged to Joivo dis acc...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

(To TrzP EDITOR Ov j&HE "Mi111its' ADvocaTrE.") DEAiR Mfn. EDrron,---Fair play is bouny play, but I think you have not had fair play Iast weuk in not having the opportunity of placing bofore your onestituents the Agreement and Arbitration clauses consentel to by the Associated Mastors, and'the officers of the AMinera' Union. I give Mr. Wrood credit for givimig'you a note to your contemporarmis, but I question the propriety of allowing such an important document to pass out of his hands; had ho;rctained it, then each of the journals might have copied them for themselves, and you would have had o fair chance. However, it is an " Ill wind that blowi nobody good," andasyou intend to let ns have them on a slip, we shall be the gainers in the end by having them in a mof handy form, and f trust in future, the -motto will be a fair field aind no favor. J ON-Y PLAY. Lamhton, 22nd flec., 1S73.

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

i. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VISSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. 5.as~w~. b'qi: 450 S" gnt loed.ing tim\bear _iUalhs~ad.l .hlp. 1185, C?ri~pzn; l0ading ? dlsacnd ,: as'yJ Ann, uwhool..er, 134, S tephens?. .. 3'|ying Eagle, ibineri n ship, 1004, Cmowell; to load? Co-operM . . D wer al., barq Colbmt ladiii New Lailhbto 'Mind 1... 963. Erayto load?New Ljmbtorin (. Ra$ an Klle barc l, 430,1 Coltlv Ke-atCi?_lc, tIench. barqne, 436 Fauched'to load -Lam-td ., D: ,- ow? to ?' .Aot Kate "Wnt: jmur.qnm,. 1_,0, l, ; . ..... iv Sarh l]?dle,. ?]tp," 212," Ditcliburn to loadt Walls Send. Verilam, ship, 510, Whiting ."oota, ship, 627, Snaddin Vairfield, ship, 534 Taylor Malay, barquo, 328. Linklator ; loading A. A. Co. YiG tor7, brig, 25?, Brown ; te load Lambton Downing; discharging nre. 4.ru; 4211, Barnard;: to load Wallsend Nosamond, barquie; to load Walloend:,?,.??.t-?: ..alitr;?e~ekomri.Boord'; "ldidlfg?W i'tr lt,, Sun Foo, mail stgamer ; loading WalLsend? . S bl€ie, brig, Htewart ; loading ,New 5]iu ?l 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

S----c(::)------ . jP U B L I 0 N .0 T I 0 E I INEWCASTLE CLOTH HALL AND TAILORING & OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMýL;:I. S P. MU LL E N, . (Late of Miss 1 Valkcr's Commnercial .ExchanUe, IIunter-street,) IB EGS most respectfully, to anniounce to the public of Newcastle, and the residents in " the Mining Tow;nsiips generally, that le has opdned tht above long-wished-for eistablishmenit With a First-Class S STOCK OF WOOLLENS, 'Scotch TXeds, West of England'Tweeds, Blue Stocken Nets, Bannock Bournes, Black ; . Bioadclotlis,'Blue.and Black Sattarns, Blu iand Black Diagonal Tweeds, S . Brown and Silk-mixed. Fancy Coatings, and every article to be found in the trade. ,P. -M. dosires to call special attention to the fact that he has engaged, a FIJ T-OLASS "CUTTER,, from one of tho.best Tailoring EstablislmenntsTn Sydney, and i erefore iii a position tu give every satisfaction to his patrons and those who may favour bfm with ord?-s. ALL GOODS WELL SHRUNK, . EXACTNESS OF FIT, . SQUALITY or'i...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

.luu seriberu fai~iigto reAei'eetheir copies will. oblige us byinaklng apiplication at the office, 4 , piy 'of.I our "Agents, whose names are

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

[4 i.; '.TO ,~COflRESPONDENTF. .....-: C.rr apondente are requeste"-'to adhere to the tellowing suggestions to enUTre innertion : To write only on one. ide of 'th,,paper,, to write in eler'-'arid'aistitct' charact.er, and to Savoid' all currility or offensive per'onality; Each writer will be required to forward his or her name, not necea.narily for publication, but as gunarantee of good faith. ''. '

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

(To TilE EDIToR oF TUE MINERis' AtovooATrn,") Szne,--n your first issue nappears a letter fiout a Mr. Morris, commanding an apology from me for a certain letter which appeared in, the " Chronielo". some time lago, which he asserts" reflected on his character, by refusal I am throatened with the " pain and penalties of the law." Of all resources, S othe law is the best I. care to rely on, as in a gene,'a1 way, the " victor is not victorious.'" I amna little curious to know on what grounds the case is to rest. I shall give into Mr. M. tlic palm as having the most ".prolifie brain " of any man I havo yet known, ibhe can find what he presumes to say appeared in my letter. 1 ala not cognizant of the fact that I used any one's name in par-..lar. well-bnown the: liberty of owsppaper corl esponom cnts to mistakes;. But this I am cognizant of, that if Mr. M. wished to appear before the 1t1hc as tiu public as the "paragon of honesty and uprightness," he asserts why did he not contradict the o...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 27 December 1873

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENC. Let it ,be di titntly odders~d'lha1tI we "O's ot identify ourselves withltho opinione cxpreirned by our correspondent..

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