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HAMILTON. MEETING OF A. A. CO.'S MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
. IIAiIl/l'ON. MEETING OF A. A. .CO.'S MINER9S . ON Satnrday afternoon ll1st a lmeeitln. ofI tie 'A: A;,Co.'s Iniers was hhIL..at t.he pay otlce,. Neuwcastle,-M, . rJlIICne Simplslon iin the *cbiir. '-? IIE DI3IllN1TIATl'ION. . The principal Ionsine8S1 considielred was the denuinltraatioin on '( aLr ny ii'xt, whenll it wa? carried that N I;. .ohll . Dixoll be Lthe sljealker ilon tile occaitiOlll. . . It.was carrl'l;i hihat.-a \'(,Iliii.riyV Celntr'in' tiori Il a taken ll o :stilllll.y, 2Xthll ' illnt., t(o de fray thei expeilse illcnljrord liy Mr. Sweet in the late libel case:'. Tn"O?- l li rA CASE. It whs dcl lied that thie G-rota qo'estion .tallnd ov?er to a fluturnle ltirlg. , "n rilr:s."?rdici'Cllr:r.' 7i asA. . :. Ciairiediol l that the n eileo nc, 7ci,llecte,1 to pay Mrs. Mitchelils pnsage ohai,,b id over to her? TlIR SITE FOIll TIIh DFIMONILt'rIATI.I. Thei local secretniry wa' s ainstlilneted to write to thie Genleral .S'ccltlli'y, ilfllr ll lll 11 thillt this collierlry is l...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
TVARATAHE. LA*STr evening (Triesda)r a marotfing 6f thie •Waratah miirers was held at Mr. .Jenkirr?" SHosel.el~asrblon. , Mr.'Petcr Grant occupil.d : the chair. ' The mrinutes.'of tlhe:previorus meet ing were read and confirmed.. Tire principal, husIinoresicornsidered was tihe dernonstrationr on Saturdray. Irxt. It wasr decided to fall ir, with trhe [: :irrr,tonr miniriri at Stoker's Hall, arind IImarICh tO the Ir arbtl n crossing four deep, healed by the Iambotronr German banid. The pit only workedi one shift yestcrdray and one to-day. ,The shareholders of tire HIanbiry Gobr lirning Ccmlpanry hield Ia mreeting ron Mornray evening last.. Aborut £50 warts paid in tr wards tho com[pItiorn of thie Ipurchari e of ' nmlachinery, &c., just. Iorght. alnl thie shni hohlders hope to cnrnrcnce w'ork inext mronthi.. March 17, 1874.
MONDAY, MARCH 16. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
l?loNDAY , Alancil 1G. Five inebrintes w ere cisp sed of. nDINiiniTION FiiOM NHIiP. 1Edw?ard iAnlericimn am .Id .ohln Bnck cwere sellatimc il tL eigilit dia' i?? lliri llilllelit oir desceriti' g frollim he A lmneriCnall smiip Therese. WAGIiH fiA5N. This. )Didlley* iil wlmelih Ling smiii And'l w D]), ldl fom £2, wages due. Tile ailllOllnt was pimaid Jimti Cilmirt. " T'lo winldown of Mirs. l.ownlli's millinmry eitii-itblihmteint jim I-Iinitmr-strea, attiactemi iinnlh alttetil, ni on Satulrially niighLt last, f(ntjll tlhi.s exqulisite. and hindsounme mamnner -in whi:hi they wvc?e. cldresseid miIt. I inbticed li olie.' anrtillcial flowers o"f mivrly colomir anil diesigil, ilmolt tlst [eluilty ilmiiayel inJ liyars in a inlnllillI that cimilhl iiinmst deyv crliticism; while ini imie oilier were liades hats, liominei, i hmm id iimesses if tli, very nilewest I rllisiali 1iimn I limi lioll ntt?c'ieris, andl tlili way the whole wclme arl'rilmCngel ti iii atrict .nttentior, certniiinly re ilu...
LECTURE ON THE PRINCIPLES OF PROTESTANTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
gLECTJ'ig. fl'ON T I Pi eBS N Bli IPiE O . Mold y. evening last, a lccture on the iove subj ct was delivered in the I'nrliculanr Ip lisit, thlrlen, W\:Il.selnd, by the Rev. '1T. \\. liboyo n gooid auience..i -.) n lni', I.4q.. occupied the chair, and briflly i l ou ced I.lcllectu l'. 1 M .r. :gV :siif D: iMr. Chairmnn, Ladies n . Gent. ien,.---J ti t hI' dnty of eyory pub 1 ic tealicir o ilinp a'i.i.'nLnc!ae, ;f grciatjcntiouiil 'cv.ents, a ?'lll ri p ari iclir tinles and circimn 'srnicc, ipln~o' thelni lto the glory of God. an l thl spiritual nd mor1nl wilfre of tlhe clhrchanl tllhose aroiiiiil. Su ljtels like th, oneu-tlih i~s t.inaego qsi 5cttntoii , iii.., ove ii-' i eg, t nq i , to onsCle tntioni nid iimil;e Piot etciitsll s ne\ to 1 fiir principles n int'Lsts. -Ic tlihat is ,nt fully alive to hin' pirindil'j , inl.crests, iriivil1cgs, and luty, will neovcr tiniil wlicn tlhe day of trial conies to try3 thio fith ofl those wlho pibfofss theo truth. Scuiniiy hitt so iinnny scrit"...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
c RI cK E T. ON SaturdayV eveuuig hist a one innings ,nut.¢lw was pluyed on the Wallsend cricket ground, between the ILose and Thistle Club aud thle Prince of Wales Club,- which re sultedl in an easyr victory fotr the formeor. Willianrs, of the h'ose audl Thistle, bowled exceedlingly well. The followiut anre the Tunm PIumNC1u oF WA rJs. O. ltnkls" run out ,.,,, ....... .. O A.'Stual. , b ,. Villiams 2 1 Reoion, h. 1. Willinam ... ... u ... W. Peters, b. . W\Villiams..- ...... 5 J'. Heathnw, at. E. WVillitlms..; ?. . J. WValkor, b. . Vial .. ... 10 Sf. COunaings, I. B..1Villiams ...... O J. Heaton, b. 1P. Vial. ............ 1 J. Jones. not out ..,.; o . V. Hcrrd, c. Andrews, b. Vial ... . O TV. l lddenberry, b. P. Vial......... 7 Bye .. ...; . ,,, 4 'L i~t Rn.s?. AND THnISTI., J. Alaows b,. . Banks ...... ... O I. Anatrhe,:, b. J. Heaton ... ...' ' .. O V. Anlrews,: b. . Heaton ...... ... ( • SJ.*])von, run cut ... ... ... ... ...: O J. eliitchlr, b. G. Banks ......... 4 TV. Mlurray,...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
NE LAM- l ,TON. . Ia; pit wqrled nall dany, on Snatnrd~y, and hL 1h idtsY yestOrIdny and to-d1a, andlwo ex p it ?0ll i ': oell for sonic tine now, ii ig fin oti the slipping ip. o ' - SThoo:Coommoan io,Committoo 'wait' upon Mr. Houndll in Nowcaasloo&lt;4 i , 8atprdy Iasb S, and presented the petitions with the signn --tures collected -ron- - the ..Larnbton .,and WVratah sides of the line. Mr-. LIaniecll promised ti forward thi~iii on to .Sydney, and said that the'Miinister was favourable to their requests. iGreat disappointnin'nt was felt rit thid'non arrival of the passenger train lastl atuirday" Seveniing. There were.abont 200 ,ir 3)00 p\i" mengers waiting, wljiii Idu to.r ettirn to their homles annoyed. 'The lil:ino is .ittrllited to Mr, Cruondsce, fii, I believe if lie would con eent to the train's rllninitg, the Government would; and, the adlvaitnage the inlhabitanuis would derive woauli be very great. 'We fully expected lieing able to have Ihad an interview witli the H...
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINER'S ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
(To TIrIu Eniuon Or ThFn." MNaaIu's. AnvoAThRi.") Ssu,-As ."A V." woulld have ues leliuze thiat be was very ellxious that the late fire at Four-Mile Creelk ,houlld be thormhluy inv'es'igated, p'erhlap Ihe will infoim eis why ho used qiido .the opplosite umetnue to sudlh an end, hboth by keeuinsg the Exaiminer away, awld not all.wilg the co?nrlr nor jurymen to go dlown the ]pit anld see Itheo place. The whole thing will speak for it?elf, if proceediugs, of w hich the pulblio are duly informed, bh " hole and cotrur,'' I mn right * but, were they lduly infol med, I v.ould a?k." A. 1V." why no one saw theu set of the liro but himaself. Yorlk, f r some reasons or othor, was not allowed, only at a distnuce, as !o said. If he wasM so ainxious as l?ie would like o make it lappear to halve a gpod gase, he would let then sil t.?a l -peel,. TI·A, I ask A. V." if ahy one going down a pit to miake a fire was likely to wade through a lot of water when there was plenty of dry ground ? was it I'kel...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. WELSH BAPTIST CHURCH, LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
(Vi'ObM VA11IOUS CooES'ONDENTs.) LAMIIETON. ELSTI BAII'TlST CnURtCH, LAMBTON. Tuni anniversary services of the above Church were iheld on Suunday and ilMoiday last, March ]5 and 1]. .'-l'lllos were preached iii the morning by tilOe levr Evan Lewis (Congre gational Minister), in the "afternooln by thla I:uv. .I. A. 'Foggon,. and in tlhe evening by thoe Jiv. Etvan Lewis (draper ini tiis ,town, anl lately from WVar.iimlnboo), Victoria.) On Monday a public ten was provided by MIr. \Vin. Shoesmiilit, baker, in this 'town. The tables were sprcnada'.t 4 o'clock, and 230 persons partook of the good things pro vided. Ample justice having bean done, the people thIn repaired to the Congregational Church, kinildly lent for tlio occasion.' r. Lewis Tlioias opened tlhe meeting, .anid pre sided. Hie spoko at great length on the pleasure he experienced in beinrg present on that occasion, and took a rdtitr4specdtiVo' view on the past 1 2 montlts itl eoiinectiton .itilh the Cliurch they weroidentifie...
BRISBANE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
B*]ISJ3ANE. Saturday. An oficial telegram from Townsaille, dated Thursda?, states that good -weather hijs been exlerienced for the last firtnight. .3etween Cooktoln and~ltbe Palmer conunu nication is now quite established., Several hundred packhlorses have started witl- ra tions.- All were in absolute destitution, and must have been relieved ere this. A first class rozid party is wanted. Rations are every'day leaving Cooktoan on packhorses.. Berlnard iorish has been n urdered liy the blacks at Nornallbv Rlange. Inspector Morrisett starts three days hence to find a shorter route than the presenlt. The town is orderly and quiet. Hospital accommodla tion is adly wlanted. Joseph Gordon has Loeen fluntl dead fromn dvsentdry, near Nor nanby. No deaths have been reported Rince Sunday. Provisions are not so.plenti ful at Cooktown, but we understand thnat plenty are coning forward. Coimmissioner fvffe has arrived en route for the Palmer. The first. medical mien-Drs. lioudnov and Conrade-have...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. COAL IN VICTORIA. THE FRENCH ELECTORAL LAW. THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. THE PALMER RIVER THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT. THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF EDINBURGH. COMMERCIAL. LONDON [VIA SINGAPORE., 12th March, 7.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
LATEST TELEGRAMS. rznrq,? ?'I4P IlylDt:V rAPLEns.I COAL IN VICTORIA. THE P?RENCH ELECiTORAL LAW. 'THE ENGLISII CHICKETERS. THE. PALMER RIVER "THE TICHBOR?NE OLAMANT. TIHE DUKE . ANI) DUCHESS OF .EDINIJUlGH. COMMEUiCIAL. LONDON: [VI8: Surons.. ' . 12tih March,.7.20 pim. 'Charle. Orton; of Wispping, has, signed a declrliratio aver ilugithat hIe is lthe brotllher of tlieconavicted ,' Clainlant" ' Hils Royal 'aliglness ithe Duke of Edin hIrghl, with hlis bride, accompnnied 'by her Misjtsty the Qusen, puilily entered London to-day.' Notwitlistailsliig a severe snow atorn which. ocurred at ithe time, the whole of the route from, tihe Paddiittton station to Blrekinglham Plnace 'was crowded by ani eit tpistic ult lttude. Ther'h has been La partial recovery in fhl, oppri'r market; present cash quotnations are 488 to £89 ; straits: tin declined to £92, but rallied again' ton£94. &lt;:The French Elctoral Law excludes, in &he arromidissements that retuirn memnbers to the Nationa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. Deiny Presis TVanited. "ITANTED, a SECOND-HANDI) DEMY PRESS. Applc at this Office. VTANT'l). a GOOD IA K. Ap y at thin To IPrintcr~. . "TANTED, a Conpetent PRESSMAN and WV IAmCHINIST.. Apply at this lioo. XVTANTED, h STRO'NG LAD Apply at this 'V Ofico, , NOTICE. Goo t for Small Capitaliste. A FIVFOM~1ED COTTAGE FOR SALE, in the thrivinag township of Wallae." ;. w.ll situated, jd a Good Tanulk of ,Water. Onc-cighith of aiaetp of Iaud-fenced in. For f rther particulke apily toal 8. SOMERVILLE, 180 . Laibton. , NOTICE. H I HOLDERS of the *'Lamhtun I " 1pl- d Prospecting Conqlauy", are. invite ati tejl. a. MEET1NG omt .MO\1AYr NEXT, sat instant, at the Prince of Wahe Hotel, "-imbtoi. ]VAN DAVIS, 195 I - anmhton.i .) . Thre Dailwood V.Viueyamdn. PRIZE COINIAL AUSTRALIAN WINES. tR. E. H. SIMMONS has beeoon alinted paid 1VI AGENT, AT NEWOASTLE, for the c.lebrated i)ualwoodl Wines. . Ordersn executed at Vineyard prices. Htotl libe-. ally dealt with, and wine sent to all...
MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 18 March 1874
. * IMELBOOURNE. ijav inSaturday. I have in former letters referred to the fact that,; notwithlstanld.ng thle unhfvourable opinions expressed by Mr. Mackenzie as to the paLyable chariicter of any of our coul fields, the Western Port Coal Compalny have been pressing forward their wo:rks. Yester day the first cargo from their mine lalided in "Melbourne. It consisted of 180 tons, brought by thie schooner Minnie B3ell. The barque .lJeny Oswald sails tdi-day for the conmpany's jetty at Western Port, and will bring a larger ,cargo, and the schooner will return to load after. T'here are still eight or nine hundred tons at the pit's mouth, and the quality of tile coal is pronounced excel lent.. Tle sulmljly frdm a7zhis mine must, however, be but s'inall.--lerald's CorresplonT dent. M onday. A farewell dinner (vas given to the All Englanders, at the Criterion Hotel. • Mr. Biddlle was voted to the chair. The Eziglishl professionals were not present. In propos ing the health of the isidglish E...
THE SYDNEY IRONWORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874
rE iiY.IJDNiWY JRONWOIIKRSI'4. SWe'a?e pleased to- loarr" thatanother: donatihin h. beun sent to the ~ytlhey ironworke?rs. OJ Tihur? £13 from Now Lnambttn, the romainin £4h 54s. bcilng aniount- of 'a~icari. 1 This sulllm Vll ill n allI lnake £i600O or .£70i contribulted to thelo ironworke a dnrin ,the time thoy woero looked out,.~ hilh cur fi , ii1 |je ribtii4hy "of a ,th ivtl tmo ~ mua il"dr . te 311 qbje8t worth.y p Olaaa sqIiapp.I1"~
LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874
As will' he seen in iour advertising columns the REt.. J,,G: ?atbn pU.l'wecerdo rlio a rn. ad?( d -1 of 1¶duld&y me'cnin'g, in" t'io Prcslvtorian OUhruh, T~Vallsend7? The ri'V ,gitlent~an P, ouL of the Ini. - sionaribafc 'the, NeT re ]idbridus.1 agrup, "t proaUnt visiting t e Australian colopics(-JJI h(li is about to roturnitoltho'mission; w?srk ini thonew misiono .VseUlf whiich has. bdoi.ohtaincd to e rplauceo th~ dil~reiP u Sydpuat actatly.4it1c aLyUdiditiqg ,. aitndh ..........e CgY.sgcr iirtineiit ? I the so.subject oit teo IeRisuu wqrk, qspcczilly. L'piucqueoin ..l.th the |ig~, - ... ~j', , _-_ _ , ... ..;
THE HEALTH OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874
Tf.0Il T UH.ALTIIZOP 'nih lDTSTrTi(rr. Dr. Scehrader, of \Valiseud, inftrns us that tl e health of the distric just now is, upon the whole. very goun. Among the juvenile portion of the Sobmmunity, howevoer, fever has.beon very ]lleFa ]ent, and he has had some very serious cases, dithoohl, "happily, none :have. pronoed fatal. e.i e complains gr? tly almet tih'ilefrictivo state Orf the •I 's,ag?iti haep, ail of the ]arg t quahttisief '.ftarg: _i1f1tl.%v!itel?'la?io~ t'iilowi lanntl., dhisease ill t61iil h~:lti~frirut l·,nna'h' fo;e-'h ''hid;isdasCIa'if'?~ls?lUV ,th wijatzher.,oltithin. : "\?eu:hoji this·irill I,. oY.t of 'the fiLst ns.tteors" ,;oi.pgag the att~ition loi r" ...de.2ri. "n ILdXD *s tl.,