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

OH EA'P DR A]? ER Y!! ...". AT THE "MANCHESTER WAREHOUSE/, HUNTER STREET NEWCASTLE. E. O'GALLAGHER In thanking the inhabaitant . of Newcastle, Wallend, Lambuon, Waratmh, Burwood, and Hamilton, begi to iuform them that he has SOME OF THE CHOICEST NOVELTIES I N MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, ARRIVED BY THE LAST MAI " " Comprieing- NEW HATS, n a great variety, NEW RIBBONS, * NEW PARACHUTES, NEW LACES, S' NEW UNDER CLOTHING, for Ladles and Childrena -.. .. --:. . --r-NEW ' STAY , .. , ... . N' . EW MUSLINS, in great variety, .- NEW JAPANESE SILKS, . S..,..; : . ' : , ' FANCY; DUESSES, , . ..' . LK JACKETS,' . . ,. : . . SILK POLYKAISES, SHEETINGS,. ... ,' .- .. TABLE COVERS,. . : ' DAMASKS: .. S HOSIERY, NEW CHINA MATTINGS, CARPETINGS, SWOOLENS, TWEED PANTS AND VESTS made to order, DRILL PANTS "AND VESTS do. PAGET COATS, SNEW HATS, .NEW SHIRTS, S! . .EW TIES, ' EW BELTS & BRACES SILK UMBRELLA8 AND CAP'S. S . . Goode made to Order. TO~.'EPHSON'S AUTRALT~iAN. OIHTMIENT' ' " " " " IN T...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

PUBLIC MEETING. Or Wedhesday evening last an enthuiiaistic meeting of the inhabitants of Wallsend and Plattsburg was held at Mr. Harris's'k'ssemibly Rooms, for the purpose of considering suit able persons to be returned iis aldermen in the .fortheoming'munieipal election to b5' held'on the.18th"April neat, and to 'nomi't iate the same. Great interest was taken in tie :piodeedi *ceedings,' and juding from the niumber' ~i' unominiuations made ,Wallsend: will not.:be, behind hand in respect to candidates .for murinicipal honors when.the time arrives. - lMr: CHAs. Turneit was voted to the chair, and&:said they had met.together for the purpose of: naming gentlemen whom 'they- thought fit to relirfsent th'dm' in the coming Municipal Council, and hoped thoh;W wl/o had lived in Wallsend for some y.ears had come premiared to dominate suitable candida-tes, an this being done he would putt ealch to'the meeting for approval. He wouldg noiv declare the meeting open for the transac tioui ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE WALLSEND GOLD MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

T1lE WALLBIIND GOLD MIMNING GUIC~IANY. - We ulla hnj pyto flc~;i~i tbiat this cllrnpany hiirvo belt~r· pr~u ;~eLt~ tbanr er& az d;ith. shardl hIi)Idcri iio-rin,iv\o hllhirlpnt 1Ihet their e~plctca ;tiOisR will b~ rianlised lhr? claimn 200 yar~j~ ttrlgif~t thi ~cln A'n-~v '~gronnd e:i'"I· nicreu 'in ~xieiit. Tule itinnel hIn~ beeti drivien iiiii-~·t 210fee i an thy~n ticipap~te striklfi'l dpil and whiin this tiikespnei mi'n purchlase the uiecesaaryr~innnachiliei

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

Laf, ust ?Di~lf?t ;gews.: (raoM onta va.noous aosamrosmara.) S ' LAMIITON. :.. / MINeRS' MEETING.. Tau quarterly general meeting of the minersa oSi-fcte No. 3 lodge was held in St~lker's BHall on Wednesday evening last for the purpose of receiving balance sheet for last quarter, *lec tion of officers, &c. Mr. Enoch Davis occupied the chair, and in opening the meeting stated that the nmeeting had beerin called for. the previous eveninig, but as there were iceo few present oi, account of the wet -weather, it haIad been gitedi tol po nisiffi el this evening. H. then called upon the Secretary. to rpad the minutes of tile previous meeting. .. -*-.The-minuteesofb-last meeting were read-and confirmed. ' The Secretary (Mr. W. T. Dent) then sub muitted the balance sheets in connectionwith: the varibii? fudids -ofC the lodge for the last quarter, fri; us wlijch it transpired that th ba!ance to credit of the lodge was £71 9Sa. ?ljd. " "" - After being thoroughly diucussed,'the bal ance...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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FINE CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

I~ineo the dei r¶ iop '4, tbp,Itoa!~ i~ariK b~,rgge, by the late lo , cu~tele ueltt~eaxleeifo NowcaMle. rad miaied\~ubwnstl lepe' Ilreav heed 'eo-l Va~ee througlh Wa~llaeud aq!ileU drling tlhe ue wfR*. ck'' sulna -really finehorde ;. leav ' etssed o ee. Winch ~ ~ rran7eeL ell Chr:tli: exyielleel

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

NEW LAXIDTON. TnH pit has been working all this week up to date; andI am happy to inform you that no accidents have occurred. Our :committee inet on' Thursday evening last. There was no business done, but fixing the levies for the incoming pay, consiiting of the following sums :---6d.'tb Checkweighlman Fund, Gd. to Accident Fund, and O10d. to Local. Fund, making a.-total of 2s. Id. per man,;with 2d. to,1"nion. The pit time is 73 daysg for this pay. Mr. Woods honoared the committee with his presence, with the, view of getting our opinion on the Giet'a question; but as the general meeting previously passed a resolution for-the question tostand over for uta:thdr informinution, w?'?odild ;iibothing but recommnend that the inen at Greta grant the manager the: extensiohn f timueo asked, viz., until the latter part of next April. Bye the bye, that was a goodqslap on the face that Mr. D. gave us at the dqinonstra tion, about Bailam and'his ass. I think he ought to explain to us, through you...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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B. PIT, WALLSEND COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

1.;:~.~r .v4LL9~a' D V qLJ4IWt.: :,·I;1· On Th~urada7 mm )rt.:heenormojc~ lla' nntiqty oFI 1I24' tbngiof `oa1ori *uka drnaw ro t q~L J3.iP Waiedbeing92 tnsri& nd20 ditto smaljl, in 9 ~ours *~ IbTlis~~~ lb y far th~u greateat~lqnaiititygIuai hash ever been drwra~nnn the 9)'h'ou~dHrit. wbk I'rent crndit is duo tuii i~nani~r (r1'~~~~~,J. f ·. ,Nqi~d ~ sq f'r hsing ,Li wcllak so ~i~JJl Iislail on so asR to. porfoauaiin i a'uu

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

NE WCASTLE SHlIPPIN. VoBDS L6 LOADI.N AND TO LOAD. Ilaskwall, ship, 1190, Cole; to load Wallsend SClaursouald. ship, 1185. rs~ine ;. to load Wallsend 1Dover CatIL, ship. 1003 C?lter ; to load Co~opera :i~I ve ~gu ,..i~ ii·,Iilo-. t~. Dezer Lm ican, .hlp, .1379. Batslcy;g t4la Highlandermedican ship, 1353; Wilcombe Lto S lol Walljeb.: "d T evert, barque, ?j0, MaLrtii ; to load A A. ~.Co. COharles Atigusa F'rench'- ttarque, 76, Ca), zI tozI lead New .a'nbt"o 'ik, barqsue, 418, Irrine .eas Rover, barqle, Joes ; to load Wallsend ' ressel Castle, barque, 16, M'Intyre; loading ?o operativoe augusta schooner, 138, Bendall; to load Co-ope~ar '.Mnttsh?rshtip, 997, Burr; to load Lambton Frances Thorpe, ship, 1229, Buck ; to load WVallsend LI f'ga"babrque, 401; Osborn WtFoIlouid"Latritof"i.. A shburton, barque, 508, Andrew,; to loa?Wallasnd L·adyYrauklitin, schooner, llis; luading Co-opera-. ?K inarhip, C63, Barneson Autipodeu, bharque. Patching : to load Lombton '.aegull, brque, 423, Barnard ...

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

BOOhANI) HOE AREHUSE - NOTIE OF EMOVA Unde~a~ncd a~m raipec~aly toretinulas. SNCFR 'IHAN.S t.aa 5... ptnna aalth jaaa'e eaera lyrnta Iab s Su pata aal sthl a~aaat aaa'a t I~ betw a'o titEtalaataa-a naaa ea~pa.a.aly ieacaaaa' te1 aaaajorasa Pra s.' noitto r ArDEI'i'O 4 aaaI aliaaes. o aa liy Va a has I as~uaes has be..a bl ~1 P 0 VEDL IN IQ 'F~PD :~ .·.:c~! ·( ., ~ ~ ~ ~ Vp kTO MO: COMOh1J,.N)CNL RMSS * ..aa ;i.a a 4ad tataa5.aul; ··: ALMOST·fN 1 'EVER-A13.ICJ REQU[E'DTS8 I ·. ivj~6·'Rn·4~Pi:: U.. ~ . rarxT1To:-ms!- as:slas~~asira ·~lmLJ!I:u.·: ii -· a··~ ;·: L;taas,I, -~ jdIil t~ilui.·.i :· ;.:-"Ibati:lt o;;a;Z... J 5 ~HPIL1RD, ~ha~J fOL GUMAXE Wjlaaa,.Luatna.antaa aoal·, tia Maasa ah~owaualaps Ocsa:psaaer im5n:aioaa that! · :I HA I' ·. .l bI·I ) l3HL7.R:: -a-u a·aaa au a'ia. .:1?1 ,aaa 0Df]LI .A'N .S1NGL G-TN *iJ i.T ,.,.a ·a ESr*A 'JWf! A fgt.h4' Whk~ rht~ado~Et tTA LOV JIO~i.AS Ai BFJE·FCl'ta k':t'esT3Go Adc S~otameiauch~ig~ihii'o~'ad nsaataa ia S~nais aL Wth o sa tatia't5ladite ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

TO k6tnLSPONDENTIq. ' rreaponudents are requested to adhere to the following suggestions to eaure iunsertion :- .Tao: .it obly oia one idl. of the paper, t| j ?wQ'ien tlcar atiid.istinct characters, and t6 avoid all scurrility, or offensive personality| k rbh'~iiti will be required to forward his or her name, not necessarily for publicationi, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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

N . ewcastle Ageney. 1 /, ,., TJIOMAS NEW, ! Hunter-street, _l (late Lut~s' Mill Store), han :been: appu inted. . , .< ', - U: AGENT FOR THIS J.TOURNiL L: `. Newcastle, in place of Mr. Painer-from .whom copies of the ADVOCATE, aind anU. i in/orma4'.?,?hccbncar dt . ?D VE TISfE i P1~.frfNTJ'ATG cajk dlwajN:P~T~s Sobtained, : -Afaersi Advocate Qjce, - WaLsand, 2nud March, 874. TUlE ~YA?~4&~ ~bJJl~Pi~t. QURhA /' • ' ,, ," 'I. z ,,; "- ' ,'. ..?, ' NOTIITE 'Li ~i~` NOT OURSUIfSCRLIERS., Sii*t2&ish toremind our numerous Sub-' i scribers thatour Quarter ~IS 'UP ON .SATURDALY, 28th Instant, and Mr. TODD, !our Agent and Collector, will wait upon i -the.. during the Ensuing Week. , Intending Subscribers for thie Newr Quar i'ter are requestt~ end in t?er. namnen'at ionce; and we would remuindiz azl that- we now publish '. te . Twlke a .week, the Suorsr?ptlon (in Advance) beming . p,.er .tlea . . , .,?t .

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 — 28 March 1874

- (To die Etitor of tie Mriners' Asroeste) uBI?,-Permit me through your columns to dainy that I over did take any flowers to exhibit at the Wlaratah Horticultural Society; or if I had, I would have given in my notice twenty-four hours before hand, which that gentleman, Mr. Downing, full well knew, as I teld him distinctly when he called on me in October. When he could not suc. ceed in altering my doci.ion, he begged of me .to take a few flowers, such as I had, to ornament the roo,; ndas far as lay in uEy power, I complied with his" wishee'. Now, Mr. Edtor, the persona that went with me to WVaratah the day of the flower show know that I had no intention whatev?r to exhibit the few flowers that I had with me.; and that gentlemsn (which I do not think h is,. after the courtesy with which I treated hhim) Mr. Downing. knew so too. J. Fletcher, Esq., also knew that I had no flowers that I intended to ex hibit, as he ~ot the only flower I had worth looking at. Now, sir, when' handed Mr. Do...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

.....;. THE..T.l;·....· · :'·I· We ishlto remilnd our render" tfhalit the .l'h talked of mnaiah betweeifn Slidbmlith's VIan Australia' arnd 4Gdldia'sa Sir Rogdr flroi' £20 a-side s to .comeoff.on the NeWyFyastle co?a , (in TueqI say t 4twhen the noeris car these two promising young colts will be tri od.--A -ace for £10 aside is tp tak, place .on the Wallsend rackloilareon n SitNrday id~ext 4.th Aiarll" tbtsineeag F~enwdick t Sjuarronhiavk tsd Murnij toguebid liaatI Iaorsqs ar aaa,uaeive training, and agoodideal of atoney.ias likelyto change ?hrria bnothe evcilt:. .

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

*4rigiial oVerrCE spcrtu ic I Lt ,it -be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with -the opinions expressed . by our correspondents. All comimunications must have the names and addresses-of the writers attached, not necessarily for publica • tionr, but as a guarantee of good faith. J ': 1

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

Oin .?odnesday .morning.. laat.,an ocapciae?t, hapiiened to a minor, named John Steon, employed ai. the Co-operative Colliery. Ile was working intiiil'b6aia','i hobria rtlll bf coal, frmae'rosa bhlip; cane .dow ...upon..i..lc~i eg,'; inflicting s·veri.contusiosinp.joe thtk:neo and -nkle. HLi was' iiiane'diaioly- ttend'ed to by Dr. $chrader;, an'd .we' 'learnt'':last euiing that he is now fait,recovering. ,?;.*: . ..... :.,o ..· ..

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 — 28 March 1874

(To the Btor of the Minera' Advocain). 8R--I n~Lied ai your valuable jdurnal of Saturt day:last?"March 21, a letter .igned by Mr. Thotmas calling ihto question the report of the Welsh hlap. tit C!.hurch Anmiversary Servicee. Now, sir, I hap pented to be present at the public meeting on the Ibonday. evening. I have also read the report of the *Sid meeting, an. I .belive there ?i not one state. mert in that report thalt can be truthfully contra. dict?d (svith the", ecephio. .of th, number? repur-e moned that took tea, wtlnich I hlnL is, yather .axaggerated). Mr. ,Thompa :aeks ,in his] letter, i" Doss it follow "thAr if the 'Chairmaln called me (Mr; Thomas) to order, that thio diudience nmut di. approve of my btinions'": Niw,' sir; I belire tihat the Clalrman war quite able to fulfil his position';' o, he did not call Mr. WV. Thomas to order with ut a sufbicient cause for so doing; nor wats it on his own relsponuiblity, fdr he led the sympathy of the ueetinlg in 'olling him to order. H...

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 — 28 March 1874

(T'o S/he Editor of fhe i jirera' Aduocate.) Srn,-I noticed in your last Saturday's issue, of the 21st instant, some poor silly " Lover of the Society" making e fool of himself. If he is a drone ,he is a stupid one. It he is a worker, he is like one of those poor unfortanate creatues who, after they gather the honery, dare not fouch it. Now, Mr. Editor, my:belief in society is that every person should be paid accordiing to the otfice that he holds. Now, "Mr., Lover of the Society," I tell you again that the firstV·rtashHorticuialtural Society te a great success; and I will be very sorry if it is the last. Men, or bodies of men, may be successful in gathering together laige quantities of birds, fowls, and animals, fop to ezhibt them, ad. notbe suee.. ful in giving "satisfaction; Sad I tell you diithictly again that a deserving public cannot be.satisfied 4 it is not.stated what the prize is for. Notbecauise it is .a flower, or a bird, a fowl, or an animal, but because the one is super...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

WEST MAITLAXIr.. __ SINcE I wrote last we have had'.a change~sn the weather. :On Monday. night, abouutei~it o'clock, distant thnnder was,~ hird, ,don.ftL we had ofew drops of:riiin Oli'i?Tesda morni?g, tiill 9 n.m., it poured down whenit ceased.till 6 o'clock p.m.,when.it commeuce?d again,'and never once bi l?i Inll 7'this morn ing. It is raining heavily np the country. * An old woman,- named Mrs.:DaMitnI: didii~d very suddenly on Saturday last~ht:bi.mi rosi-~ dneen Horseshoi Bend'Oi Adi i j?lh'n~*f'We +held by. Mr.. JamesL..mith, P.M., at the Volunteer Hotel. Dr. J. Piercoegave itjas hia opinion that heartAdisease wa. theP eanse ot death. Verdlict aceprdingly. : ' A great n;umber of people are leaving1 the. district for the Palmeer 'ei old fie1ds. ' At the police coiiurt, on miondaylast,m:,an m.,. affiliation case, Jane Trench'v.e Andrew:.ecw- P:, the defendant was or?elied ,to. pala-lO%'6t' - week for twelve months,, £, 2spr?eaoml,= costs, anmd 10s.Gdh court oasts, If the ns agl t...

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

NE1WCASTLE; li)"CPLJ& 'Tur harbour is-preseniing a very. gay appear- . ilice; "'6wing1 to" tlioe vs?iels being decorated ' with their -ags iubhounur'.< >-t o-o»n«.tO ..l< -" visit of hii-Excellteucy the Governor, who is expcctd,.'to arrive here by the afternoon's boat, for the purpose of proceeding to Mait land. . , : :i, i t A race haR been annoniced to., take place between' he Kenible anod one oif tle H. tiR. N. S. N. Co.'s boat.s, -thei :Mitlahid. iTliey are to leave Sydney at 9 o'cloclcithixs mor'ing, so wenmay expect them here about 4 o'clock this afternoon. Great excitement .prevails, and iniunerous beta have takenl plac 'The Kembla seens to be-the favorite,andl I have no doubt that she will prove.'herself worthy of the designation.-[Since writing the above the Kemnbla has arrived. She passedthe ,jydp~ey Heads at 9.30 tliis morning, arriving here at 3.15 p.m. The'Maitland, I understand, did not pass the Heads iintil 10.30, being delayed at the ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

WAlflSI ND.AN L EP 'i'TFSBURG. .:,tn·-··i·- , ' I'.",~ij, '..-.? , , ThR~maer Id worked every shift this i~oek and we bejliove they will b6i:doing.tli6 ,saiiid:ndkst.' ¶iTr:i,

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