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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

. ANVIL CREEK ANDI GCETA. LAST week I comiiiuenerd.md d ropo&t.wit' tidings of a death ; tis, week I;commence with the gay and lively th'iene of a Tarriage. Mr. Chapman, dur respected storekeeper, led a bonnie, sweet, and blooning Lochinvar lass to the alter on Monday, the 16th inst., anud entered right willingly. into hympn'u. lands. : May they. live to lead.a gldenw-itdi " ding life. If it boe true, as the poet says, that " Coming events cast . the'r shadows before," I ahall very soon 'beo 'ale 'tol obhange the subject, and have the pleasing,,. duty to chronicle the appearance on thisr"' *busy scene of several fresh subjects toWo"'. Gracious and Sovereign Lady .'the. Qe.ii.ei,: More power to them . .: On Monday, the :16th inst.,'a imeetn-g of ' the local school ,board was held at Gellatley's, Greta Inn. I cannot give any precise report of the proceeilings, but the most important fact for us to know as a commiunit:jy ''ithtt . Mr. Farthing, the secretary, halhddd over .:t.,...

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

MINMI. A connsrpINDeNT has kindly favoured us writh the following:' 4i have just been out on i fvisit' ta'-the much-talked of Minmi. I thought I should -lika-i-Etiiji-theYr; '0dbnidering the reports about its being saieh a fine goal-fielh. lt i, a~prettilj sitated place, built on thIe sides of two eloping hills, with a valley between, and tvergrieh tieeriail linbshes on all aides, and, i~hedl I-its prime-a ' fe years back, was a very stirring and busy township. Now, howerei',a visioor, oh 'approc?icmi , i once struck, with its singularly deserted appear aaco which put me forcibly in mind of the Deserted Village so admirably described by GipldaitiltW.?. Tlie reaini oino ii~t were cumn fortablercttimgeas.metourg aze on every hand, .ome eompletely gone to decay, whlile others hadth'e: doors down i'nd thfliiiindoio ken out, not a vestige of glass being1 in any. lSince the re-commencement of worl by the Messrs. Brown, however, some of- theae de TiiftidiiiftatTilnSe h belen olie ped bay p...

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

WVARATtEE. 'fN your reipbort of the Waratah Council pro ceedings in last Wednesday'sa issue there are two.mistakes. 'You will-Hoblige your many readers by the following corrections :-ln Mr. Gordon's letter, requesting the use of the Council Chamber, read." ppblic", instead of "'purple." Aid. Hfaripera motioi'ws s for a -' call" of the Council, not for the purpose stated in your report, which lapsed -At the last meeting of our .Council the Aldermen gave the ratepsyern a specieienaof.wl?at ithey really can do in the:way of, bumi'n? s.-'Beidrse the usual routine of business; there were severel motions passed if brought into opera tion cannot but prove a beneficial influence to the. di tris. at large, a.nd morei especially5 one moved by Aid. Watson, ielating to the Towns' .Police Act. If eny one of the higher powerse read the dioeaite,; I should like to bring under their notice the reckleoss horse-riding carried on betweeni tdie ststion. and 'ibe Volly on Sun day afternoons, it being da...

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

sU.I quailro qI1i~rn4tit o lrg timllner. Thu ab t: *rntcl Of ',vtgll~I3; W~1iH.,I tIotJ g'i~u~1 A&IMIte~dy~ ~i,,LeLU; Waratab.· rrT 'IDES aquirad.l 4oI UL LD1ENG A LARGUE 1 1ixnu ad *poaiflcxtloamx~l and anry~infmmrxnunh; ayl.obtaxuxxd· at~thu ttul njotlu thxdlpajxbr~{ xi fxn m~WO ~j~T1ZAT tO¶E' fr'I: I ' LAND in Urookas. a~ Poj~. MBulegll ~IFJUOUS0~~A~ND PIT PROPS. S CH. ThIOMAS, hA 8xtrlutud ird tb xeint i?, s~ orllib''tx'xohno A ~i~ I.' :tJrj 28 t 'xli ~:~lCuay. Gr apdsx C~U1e::I Baco ~kThB, a~.tlxI Jq1xzurxIqd~IY ilntt3Oi.*iI& * S~JQPqumaIA ~t9V1Qn, kI J3nF3ixe:u ,A aL aa i . . 4tOBU~tTJj ; ti1.Lrixxx, jxfo I o.' c~I~ aUxr~r iax:t i111.; T OST on the lickh ole lRoad, one BAY MARIlE, .L wilh Jlrjdle, nid. ',aiddle on, b~.iided 8. jbe] ril'l oH i tcar iIhoulder, hind feet whlite. Any per ?ori iriiig Is. tliei amie to 1-EN?rY. Doclk~r~Y. iutcher, ew ? i.aunijb i u. halrrlceive the ibove reward, - 201 "lechanics'- Insti iute,- Ihamilton. fTENDERS. wantd for the PAINT...

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

DURWOOD. TERrE is little'of importince to recrd,' thib time?eith the ixception of the Deamoultra tion, whicl I hIad the .pleasure of witnessing. on . Saturday last.: It was a spirit.stirring sight-.otiof lthLe first fruite of tihe victory of right over might.r. Well may ?lh hoelst and true-lheartedtoilirs i e projd p othe.conqueet they bave wonl by steady melf.denial and honest. pade~vour.: May each? and all ofthem longeliv.toestjoy the fruits of their labouars' uand be glad, and may 'the next demonstration be even more auuccessful, each Iddge having a banner with aP appropriate nmotto -to' grace their march on that occasion. It is seldom we are privileged in listening to such ine strains of., inio as .the different 'band. diel .Jerred, and many voices were heard in prailse of the 1allant playere, us they marcheld ntonag Onr Improvemneut society met, sI ?lnal, on Thursday ';'eiuinig last. _There w? a; good atteglUao*e1 when a sesoun wae given by time Presidint, onL the English langu...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE ESTIMATES FOR VOLUNTEER FORCE. MR. DOCKER'S AMENDMENT. THE GOVERNOR. WALLSEND DEBENTURES. Friday, recd, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

. I .. .. TBiE. ES.TMI:~Bl~~~k>' ?& W-JVO DUNTTEE-R' __ __ .I.l ) ~Jq..f o Awobi -.1i~vc?,jiised the~lwl~stimatos;~h nnt o t3l t re.; i .1l~J. ( 1I.C. ,·s I·' :toiht or the flunteir d, ihict. 1'ber and·I~ share market '~ ~ I olgrl~iftlra; o Widk~eu ,oal ddulie~j4i hay bt~leu plrilcellLJ4 P lfJL -5014Stvl4.4-!4?i

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

IHAMIILTON. -Tlin local committee of No. 1 Lodge met on Wednesday evening, at thle Miners' nArms P'resent :-James Duke, chairman, John Wood, general secretary; Thomnas Price, delegate; Joseph Middleby, local scietary. Coniniitee: Messrs. Milton,.Dunn, Young Voordisch'. '"Th?i'nii'utes of the meeting hold at the pay-office were read and confirmed. Moved-" That the levy be :'iinepence per man, on Satdrday firqt, for local expenses." carried. . This being the last meeting of the quarter,. it was Moved--" That the quarterly meeting he held on Saturday, .4th April, on:the Gaass Hill,'f0b tHa pti poseblf li~setig tie-qu ,rtoarle balance-sheet, and thle election of ofliceris for the ensuing quarter."-O-arried. Moved-" That ThomasPrice and Williamr Voordiscli be the two collectors for the taking of the voluntary contribution to defray thie expense incurredin :defending the late libel case."-Carried '. The Greta case was next considered. After a great deal 9f conui6ideratio'u, a majority con...

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PARTICULAR BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

. -PARTICULAR BAPTIST CHURCH. l T sa second i*nthiitmisting of thi&articular I Paptist, Association of New Sotth WaJesiwal Shield yesterday, Wednesday, thb:25th March, I' in the Baptist. Church,. Caatleleagh.-treet, 11 Sdi-ey.'.' Tlhre *woe presenti-Pastor D, :i Allen (the chliairuman of the associaidon), Pa. I tls 'J. HiJki, of' Rjde ; T''.. ,V. Robey, of W sVtllsend ; aud D. Young, of Lambton; also I he lo llQigU delegates :-S. Outtami- 8. (I Cro,, . glad. D. . Evaui, and W. d..Wyrdii;Jibf.ydtioy , ¼T. Williim,' and Ii i. W' illiams, from Walleond; J. Cropley, of SNaweiatle; . Athalf-'pit ten a.m., the" ninis Stera aWdid6el.at' obf th ivarioui hUr lieiu ." for *ollenn''i"i " r'ri"'a iil llicatnli for the "-lesing.iEt l <riLo tob 1ld Wil on the associa tiom andi the. ehlrcl h-t lr4ar tijtSf, h-tit Slatiotl mig„h fa.IaVri^SJ~w LMa-sWo £o.'.n i~'f theC1·7 cqPdiir eamonod. he,4ipi Wena1aadb~daunOunwng..thgfae 4bat~ -t&do·t pIpi~dd~ be received ·iCEfiiiiTtbn ...

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Wallsend Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

Walitenad HUurieuiuiril Socesey. A MECTINx of thiimembers of this society ws '"heldlin :Mr. Trotter's hotel on Thursday q*ening.: last. The :atteindance was good. o6m~e s~pl1idid "dahlias were ihown by *Mr. tliimuden, and were munch admired. * -:- On the motion of Dr. SCHeIADER, seconded by J. Y. AiRLson, asq., Mr. T. Aluwick was voted to the chair. ' .Tie CHAinursA, in opening the meeting, congratulated them on the large number pr seat.: There were a great many in Wallsend izterested in'the society, and he was sure it woufild be al ultimate success. He would now? ask the Secretary to read the minutes of last meeting. . ':-The miinntes of.last meeting were then read and adopted. ".After jthe reading of the minutes several new members, were added to the society. :The CHAnniAxN said, before proceeding further, they ha] better.settle ah.~ t the rules. "Ie would ase .the Secretary (Mr. T;. Crrey) tq read,<vrr the rules already drawn up, a le believed rone might suit them. The...

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THE COAL SEAMS ON THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

THE „COAL BEAMS ON THE ... , .CLARENCE. , The Clarence and )lich,.oiu Examiner of the ,17th says :-Ourn member-Mr. T., Fisher, J.P. having shown colnsiderabla in 'trest, and.expended a large *uum in;endeavour ling to opi uilp " r'iarketatile seaii of coal in tLhe Clarence district, they last week availed themiselves of the services of Mr. Mackenaiet *the Gborernment Examiner of Coal Fieldu, in order to elicit that gentleman's views, a. to whether any of the coil aeamns at preskhtidie. coveoed on ithe.-Clarence were :of cyi Ren r commercial value.; Mr.i M3aekEui6B, accom panied by Mr. T. Fisher, firstvisited the coal tiiue at-Redhead, situate.some :.ten- milea to the south Lof ihe trClarence .Heads; wlere Messrs. JBawden and Fisher had .snuk- a .haft 106 feet,; iid'drv'e "a hltading into the coal odt-cropping,on the sea beach;: after which visits were made to the saine at Rocky Mouth, and.ubsnequently to Mt. Powell's,at SSiiiak reek ; at each of? whickh sectioun has· pen taken by Mr;...

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THE SHOW OF THE H. R. H. AND H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 28 March 1874

THE SHOW; OF THE H. R. H. AND .. .. H. ASSOCIATION. TH r Mercury of Thursday says :--Our readers will scarcely need to be reminded again. that the Show of this Association begins on the .Albion Ground, West Maitland, next Tiues day, at noon. We are now'enabled to state. .definitely that his. Excellency Sir Hercules Robinson has accepted the invitation of the Icoinomittee to the show and dinner, and will be in.'Maitland during Monday and Tuesday; leaving for Sydney on Wednesday, the second day. of the Show. Apartments have been taken for ,his Excellency an'd suite at'Full-i ford's Family Hotel. * 'Respecting the show, wo'have little to 'add' to ;what! we have already said. In. the- live stock'classes the exhibits are larger in num ber thnii: in any previous year. The blood stock exhibits will include many .-animals of merit, and. the total entries, in the horse class are 83; exclusive of the horse entered to conm pete for the hunting pridzs. There will .be soie.fine draught stock, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

:Sewing Machineas.., : L' O ' and OChai stitch, wI'th or without stands, 1'"all best makers . :'"Speiial'; Ndotice to phrli yt!ti hlave bought Mlachiric '.?t this' esitalilish?ant :--Ncedlesc. and other extrais ?ani:now .li obtakined; norefusals to thoser'thathavo habouil; siaichilleS elsoelwhere. ,: '; G " CA. LG.ACOo,.?, n U. 1u a ,Ironmonger, arouwstle. 'Ton Ol Ilalidled labiai sies anid Folk iL. :':lak'"n'idk ' altd.li. one ditto ..ditto-Carver" l'utchl"ies iiil:: 'ri8': Kntceli'-hzinfe. Shiarpeners: 1t tciehr.' Kiilve., ilie lihild hld llodgor's--Nickel Silvhe'Tiand 'Elepdtio Plated, Sioons ".liad lIorks Iiitanrin?i 'itil anil, Blocld,'inlTea and :Ciffeo l'ot "-Eldectr ' tiritsl- 3lok ,in aInld. W\Vire .Dlili Covr?si-'O ihal:a u?ndl lioil~er8n -saucOpnu dlitto "wit a! Stdemiti?c'ni'? ba' dcttle e' ou n tai its-Oeppcr , '&e3 ',I' G.ABLC.O(Ji.; k :· • :," L-} :)' m'] ;,,,??:?,;"::?- i?-,!ewesstle? ? :''."?j,;:,IL;:. T? ,?;.;?? .il.... ,,: 3~le.:",, T27 Nr~ IOT 'H~l IVANs ...

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GRUMBLERS AT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

C0iLU'i7iiLitS AT N flai'E -H torace Grcely tlnusshits'tho nail, on ths' i'eadli--" It ih strangei how closely mIIen rend tIh pIper. We ceIor sciy "alything t.liL 4somleboddy. don't like, but' wea'e sure to soon lheanr o it. r I fO~h?r once in: waiIl; wi ha ijonlaI to say n" good thini, we niver hoar cf ll \'that. e ip. a man znal hiiunildred coniplimnents,' nd give him a doz uen .~, ,mnpf cke, sp eeches on hl m ' nd; oid t 'of ijisnrisuica?l l?harangue?s made on publi'c phlitforimns, 'iuiiiiliul .lppear. to nSy somelthing billiint,/ niid lio "iiki ist idll nr aribue ti o lhi greatnokt', and lhe novw.r tlhiiik'it doers him any good. 'lm But'if' w lhalpbn to say smitliiiig this .imaun ldon t like, or aoimlethlig he linagiites. It rn flelutioon oin hik charinactcr, see hoi quink' li?.?ols mua ridd fllu'esi up about' it.? All our e:vils cia. duly ,chalkud againse us, 'blit 'weo ndovei aipparently, get an" cradit for wh;vit good we do ..

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LECTURE ON INDIAN MANNERS AND CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

* LECTMRE ON INDIAN MAlNERS AND CUSTOMS. On Satulrday cvening last 'tho colobratod 'Indian and African traveller, Mr. W'? H, Parkes..doliverol his popular descriptive" lectutrb "ri the, abvue shb ject in Harria's Rooms, WVallsond.' Tbhe attndanaoo. was imall, but those present apparontly highly ap preciated the lecture, which was about two hours in delivering.-Mr. Parkes lectured in Lambton on Monday evening, and proceededl to Maitland -estprdy. .

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

On Saturday last a slight accident happegiod to a, buy named Halliday, working in'the W·a lsend pit. He was jammed between the skips and a pry, mAnd' only that the. skips were quickly stopiped, it us iwro bale that he iould have beenu crushled to death. As it'was he received some ?light injuries to his breast and utomn~uh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

TAE-AU5TBALTAN OINTMENT. Having.burnt my arm with a- mic of iron, very severely, fiiuir iiDchs ol'ding?y twoinonhes broad, the skin beinii complet.~ f I?I tried several remddies.: 7. endured-o" si?' days and six sleepless nights extremd pilin:' :See?' ing the miraculous cires yolur, hitiniient ]?'' •made, I bought a pot and. aIppleed it;. to niy astonishment I got immediate ,rlief; .the moment your Ointinet .was-anppliod;-:thle excruciating pain wenit aay,.entirel .. Thli' second dayji, a seirkin was oyerd.all-tlie ·uoir complete; this being the tlhird day, I am at work again without;the islig.htiestipninil ..I think it my drty ton make thisi as:p~iblic as, possible for the good of thoe :popl9at;laitger SI have never seen': anynthingtot oquallthell Australian Ointment for? inmmedliate cure. Any one that does not believe the..truth of mny. statement, come to me, andW' ?il s~ptisjf him. Seelig is believing, and ftelin& i :the real truth. No oe ouglh to fb'.le? itliosit a put o...

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CO-OPERATIVE PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

CO-OPERATIVE PAY. Great complaifits have been :mide of late by3 the oinersh ehi'loyed at this colliery, abolr.t the late holir at which they are piid.' Sieio short-time back a dcl;utation waited on the mannager on this subject, andl he promised that the pay shoul commence not loter. than from half past two and three .o'clock, biut in scarcely one insttance since thon ;Ju~s this'promnise been kept, anil onflust Saturday the pay. did not commence ulnltil.after four: o'clock. A grreat many of thbeminers' li~v'e at a distance,. and it is a grcut'hlarusi?pl?ho keep tliese men so late, who alvie been from their honies all the week, to siuit the con: venience of two or tlhree indlividuals. W.?o would advise the mannager to have thiitatde of matters altered. Otherwise it ivdomld not suprise 's 'to see a .misiunderstiiliding aise between the miniers and himn in 5busequcjnib .

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A NOVEL CHARGE AGAINST THE "ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

A NOVEL CIAnaEIAGAINST THlE" ADVOCA'0. Yesterday morning whilst. a mob of cett!e were being driven ithrough Plattsburg on their way to Newcastle, one of tLhemi became suddenly refractory, and madeo several .atteimpts to g:ore any persons'or anuytlhillg that a?ue in its road. Being closely watchledby: several indi viduals.in the inmnediato viciiity of burofftliceu the bullook, we stlppose,; felt indigijlut, and .howed lits vindictive feeling by ilstintuing a charge against our offllice, but 'forunately a gentleman belonging to oull litelary staff 1met1 thied itiftiiatod bidant- With an irton rod, and inlduced it toadopt- anlother coulr'se, wvihicih it did:by takingpa~ ssssion'?f thu back pienaisJs. Tbe person i.inll chagu appearig upon *the -scene at this momentlt, and making a strong d~efeilce In favour of the wicked' niniial, he waI allowved to depart with his el arge, with out oven being asked for af arthinig damllages.

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ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

ADELAIDE. •" ' Snturday. - 'TheAll-England eloven ivon the cricket match by 8l runs. Tile Nlubia-(s.) sailed this evening. Wbestcott's Company obtained 800 oa. of gold tfrom 0 tons of quartz,

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

TO OTIfLUL USORI1B3E.. Subscribers failing ,to receive their, copic. will obliga us by mil~uid gaplplication at the oflice. or to anlly of ourlP Agts, whIIos Inaltnis arC notified on page 4. .

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