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NEW ENGINE AT THE CO-OPERATIVE COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
NEW ENOINE AT TIHE 0-OIPERlATVIVE COOLLIERY. We are. pleased to notice that, this colliery have got a new winding engiriie r-erI idlimen :sions are as .follows :--11 6 inch .diameter cylinder, 3 feet strolke, with through piston anid slide valve, and estimated at 50 horse-. power, the pinion wheesare 8 feet inid'iamreter and 7 inch face, spiur wheols. 0 feet in diameter, dItntuis 6 feetin diameter, and the shafting 8 inches -diameter, hammiered iron. We understand the machinery was imade by Mlessrs. Ch?sprman! and go., ofSydney, at:.a cost'of soihmething like ;£1000; and jutdging. from the smiodthl way in which it works; cer tainly reflects great credit on the manufac tnorrs. It is expected that she will have suf ficient power to draw. from 20,to 25.-skips. in eaneh train iup the incline. • A new tunnel has. beent also started for the purpose of working . the coal lying tinder thie royalty;reast.of Iron-: bark Creek. The contract for this-work w'as taken by 6 miners i week or ten da...
Local Manufactories: [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
Local MiiHlinufactories: NoTr iHir is more calculated, toi strike a i'strangwer iith sbnrprise in visiting these col ".liery-districts, than the absence of local m .manufactories ".T:heli'. advaintages offered by 'a good.. harbour and .coal in abundance for. ,the prosecution of such industries, lead up tothe 'inquiiry why, having these essentials, nwe aro not thelccnite of a greoat hive of- re iroduilctive labour,;'ahd a storehouse for the .supply. of i.any products to the colony. lhe facilities we.can. aftbrd vouild, in any other country ,be 'availed of in inumerous forms of active: industry anld the lofty chimiineys of 'fctories wouid be counted biy3 thle score, in stead of beingas tlh,3 are in .our case, con spicuoiis by their iabsence;, F"or such pur uposes land is to be hid at a nominal -figure 'comparativoly, -and the ' varibus ;coal cona - Ipanis would, w. should presume, be only ,'too well,ploased to permiit ,the; use of their ',ines for the purposes requisite iin any under ...
SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
SYDNEY. . onday. Tile sales in thle shliare market to-day are as follows: A.S.N. Co., 109; HIunter River stean, 12O; Peak Downs, Os. id, .s: Od.2 It is rumorired that M[esslrs. CoJppin and Harwood, ,"of Melbournk, inte?dl bulldlin a tlieatro. in Elizabueth-street. It is to co~i about £30,000. The sailiilg of thle A. S. N. Co.'s steamei Albntlxndra, for Brishane and Eudavour River, has been unavoidably postponed, in conse qroeice of' her late arrival.from Melbourne, caused by the bad \ivcather she experienced diorinig the trip, and Saturday being a short day at tlie Cistomns.. . .The New Wallsend Coal ,.Company have pnrclhased the oSusannah Cnthlbort.(s.) for £5000 fromn the Clarence and New Eiglanl S. N. Company. This ,vessel was built by Mr. John :Cuthbort s=ome time since for, a screw collier, and. her lpesent owners will use her for '.thleir coal trade at Catheriune Hill Bay. Captain Sydney, R.N., has just coim pleteul a chlart of Catluherine Hill Bay for the Govertunlent; it is ...
THE MAITLAND SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
THE MAiTLAND) SHOW. YEsTEnDAY (Tilesday), the folurteenth annial Slhow of thd iHunter River Agricultirall and l-lorticultiurial Association opened 'on the Allion Ground," WestLMaitliand, by his Ex ceollency Sir Hercules Robinsonr, who visited the disitrict for thb purpose. WVe areinformned that the weather was- beanutiful and that very large nmber attended, the Sho'w being one of the most successful ev?er .held on" -the ground. Th'e awards for thelivestock, hdrses, cattle, &c., will not be mnade known .until to-day. The annual Dinner of the Association toblt place at Hodson's Royal Hlitel,~ West .Mait landl. His Excellcncy Sir Herulcles R.birison ias a gluest,'.ind iii the absence, through ill health, of Mr. Johun Wyudhm, theli President. of thi Association. Mr. ,Jarnes Doyle, one'bof thie Vicoe-President;. took the chair.
SPORTING. RACE FOR £20 A-SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
SPORTING. iRACEFOR £20 A-SIDE. 'YESTEnRDAY (Tuesday) the long -tallced-of race boatweeln Mr. Goldie's dark. bay colt Sir Roger, and Mr. Shoesmith's hay cblt. Young australin, came off on the Newcastle Rnace: courses- Distanoe, throo-qiuartcrs e of a mile. Great ilnterest was manifested in the event.. and there were a great many sporting men from Neoivcastle and the colliery townships preseont. Mr. M. Lister acted as :starter and mhnaged to get the hcises anway to a. good start. , Yonng Anstralia toolk.the !ead, how~ over, and maialtained it till near 'the grand stand, ~Sir Roger'si rider :applying both whip ard spnr freoly, aiidhe gradually overhliauled his olphponent, and at last, after anl excitinig rice .woln by about a'head. Time, 1m in.; 28 J"'ti o tting was not very .hcavy, 80s.,to £1 on Yonug Aulstralia being theheaviest odds woe hcard of.
MONDAY, MARCH 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
MfoNDAY, MAncOH 80tr. Ten drunkarl'ds- were brought tip, oineiwy.aM fined 20s., three 10s., two fis.,' and tliorest discharged. - William Lconardi and rWillinm Cox :hero brought tip for the use of ~ibscen~ i'an~iht g: in a public place. ThIofornmer was fined 10s. ' and the latter 20s., or forty-eight hours.::' • Thomas Jones, cuvicted of assault, wias called on to receive sentence, bulnt did not .p. , pear. A warrant was issued for Ihis' appire-: hension. The case of assault against B3reman was dismisied. " John W. Butler was brolulght up for having': no visible means of sutgport and on promising ' to alter his conduct was discharged Charles 'Braine anid. Thomas Piflln were charged with desertilng the ship Mlangerto L and senat to gaol for tourteen dayse.
THE MINERS' STRIKE. ADDRESS TO THE CRAFT ON FORMING A NEW BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
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THE GREAT FOOT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
THE (QREAT FOOl RAiCE TU~I tlr~n.Fo~ ncrP; r.. -.. S... (r PEIP O'DAlYBovY). "TR most excitieg and intorestisng topio of conversatio~n in almost every circle thrruglh out thle northern. district .at -the present nmoment, is the forthcoming flutter: between' Brown andWattson for a couple of centuFies aside, which cventuates on Saturday next, the 4th April, on the road over 3Belmbre Bridge, (V'st Maitland. And, as the dollars, I suppose are now all posted, and the nlu are ra·lidly getting into. form, I 'purpose at- tempting the'very difficult task of " solving " the problem for .my rea'ders. In doing so, however, I must, in justice to mlyself, state that this is my mnaidoen effort as a ".tipster," anid, should .'I not .bo hsappy. in " spotting it,': I must only claim :yonriier,-iud indulgoence in this ljy " preliminliry capntor " ind trust to thatjadelTfickle fortunne to smlnile on myerts on N some (flltlure ocCsioli. .I will first take Briown, Whose performanes ill the pedestrian wor...
BURWOOD IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER IX. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
THE BJ1·3 ·Ni'R'A~n(~ BY AL.; WA~LSTABi' I - .1 r~ IX~~(Cotinucd)I 1dtl..ta~libtt! rtaaailv siiiitavp. shc r~;)i 6Lvedc 'to avrail se~~rlt4J1·i.flinn t lundeT~i~rg the l itrg~ol: iI aVli ant d'o on:\ na..it a do ? fsaid .Jql A(itlv~t'itweIr~6l~a sitalilyan a governe~ some ~vtilant wctau~h *.. Islltt a'to npn yiiaalgar w.omen, i 1 ;,can ~help .it aandc if i alit Ilaihapit)y I s~t) cttiiseijl$ qajl·f(~ii Scanr; ~iiterbb far I sal expe~ct yuti to heun very gatoatl corre~c~aponlnaient." 'i· "j:1;~ s~htilitry/fnro ·Hasitnntio l Ii nihulj~hdinr~p; ~but if I a. innueottaitmn 'otte I aianlst· tat taailrse, gol:~f i·!p the"L:J coi ,utty btt rus~nt· ·I shllnl 1'ii, h11 a~ve .trat g nyIouitygaai tiialtaneeu!~·''- ~ Jal ·;i~l nt aid nob liket t theii~ iien of her gtitag~ *t ttii:Jt!~! ta4~vrtelata a, nltlo bvi Iut nlsite oulde Iot~l,ipaao~o.riyati i iaU iaat wa ithn e'lsa 1'r ae t a lo Xiaclnt~ld M ?tIalY~e dia rns steai s~he wonll d A.,aTnlt Jht'eiyl/'(uletnei *Idi1i uponl thea Illbr -a tlto u...
POETRY. CRAVING REST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
ORAVI1NG -REST. 4Th ' for the leisuro to li aba to diennal' B s _??P\ic-iwillIni ?d w .or suno ril)p lal?g stream, . s: oil r am coertr fte aitts orl4lwle, R Thrbiulting -will l,.eries?likoith ll ?ohts ?Iculds, l ny .u.g;, t; h 1hrd lzb ['tn, ,rtnall;i.r cLlAw·e, If "a "i 1fl.aring lthe hirds-siah their suoniier vows .1 -i e.t la&(t.t i /l i- ' 11 i 'wt tdo wa ? , it, , ·2t 'he :, awlt ii t,! hitt*1 111,' t ii i iwI -at i-.at -, " Olilmn litfi's a j p a ,h"tho Licial an thlq'a arstt I PwIi4'n"oattitrdr hi Laniar t Woo)p -T". II "" o.ho... * m," l"aa a "", k.e... --t the wher rare qf onannrr or mood? L~tfor s~ esatireato rettnrdto itraty :'21jOJ 1irLttstti oaf nature, if litt foira i-ay ,4 -J·.a .lvwa to look.,tt tho.slry:fr,?n the soap, ";jn w j) mny heart toy hopes. -a.i?'h'-Iat' ulrt !nsr1 .ci. Afte}r
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
NEWCASTLE' SHIPP-ING VESSELSLOADING AND., O LOAD." Mlnckwanl,.bip, 1190, bole-; to,loadi-wValleni d Olauranald,-ship, 11ESS Erakmie; loading WVallsend DoverC3ast le,u hip, 1003, CulbLdrt; loading Co-bpet? tive ' " ,De1ter., American ship, 1279,. Buialcy ;''to: load - Wallsexd Highlander. American ship, 1353,; Wilcombe; to load arllsend " COevert, barque, 420, Martin ; to load A. A. Co. Ohuarles A uguste.Frenchl barque, 7: ' Cazrcl ; load. , ing New Lambton Esk, barque, 413, Irvine Ocean,?lover,barque: Jones; to load Wallsend Muttlah,' ship, 9i7, Burr; Lo load Lambton Frances Tlhorpe. chip, 1229, Buck ; to load Wiallsend Omneea,'barquie, 401, Osborn; '1o load Lambton 'A.Fliulrton, barque, 105, Aindrowa ; o load lWallsend SKddiuna, ship, CG2, Ba:rneson, to loand Waratah . 'Ahtipoddes/barlue. Patching ; to load L'uibton.. -eKitiull, baiu·i,- 423, Barinrd ; to loading Lambton • dri-a, sh'ip, 1094. MaicKiilay ; to load Wallsend ''ViVtlrboo, Inrquie, 4SS, Swet Ann Melhluish, barque. :(340...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
.I. II -.-~FSDA III I 1h- · )A ' 'r I)'\ Vil U I i To i',,':t'~Htlu evury IS 1,·;:\4 A I·,l?.:'·;~A 'Ll'Y~ j'Pfl)4: LII *..PU' VV a.' ~tom ?~I iock (:Lvadlrt,' for II~ ii~u,~ s., Sa·i· Rloon-. ·FOI'L Cololn ..·!: '' .. ... .s.(il Fo.'cr! 1.tca ~of ]rcjb't;.L,, o 1~o Ir to LJ"1''. Pl' 1"37: l'nt/rt; Sb I, ta'ril yrnuv."C .'Proclamntntionn i* Hi?•[i; Ec .I( l1h y " Sir 1"rri i rc:.c jcinccnpt ciT the M'cost 1) ci cc.i.nccisl ()rdec.of Stint Alic'hnccl c nc.'h occ c cnit tqoc.'gi' (Gcveriicmlran "' C6inil er-lnll'?'-'Cllieic if ithe 1wCJlm:y v of %'iwI 1 Scicitli Tcii*ccxci i'vIL i lee'dfciuc-cc:in 'icee' -* i A 'duitrulcoflcc iime n e. '*,7IEREAS thte'MTuicicc itii b.ic' At if ts?67 3 1prvidesfur iho i~icnitii cfo cc M Witch-i 4ilchty oc receipt of .: 'e.itic u sinicn: l'y Io(t,. iLe\. r S'thnififty lpersons w'hno wqtultli, uIton? jlunprpli'fg ri(It. hc'oocc~tilu~ :I:~ ~Icorl. ccci ciit·:l cI' ilcciic'Oiic~c:c'iilcc· Zl iliabhh to te assc ised rir I ni? i,:il ' : .:" I r,, sJp'eC t of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
S.. Newca~stle Age'ncy. ..:- -. THOMLAS NE\W, I-Iunter-street, HL . (late Lott's Mill Store), has been :a!)poinited ; AGEN' FOR TIHIS JOUrRN2AL ,in Newastle, in ;lace of Mis. Paine---fomn whom copies of the ADVocA'rE, and -any infomtio , i'iOL t eJone q "A D VEI TISE MEVTS:? 'and JOB PRINTING can aldiays be obtained Ail ines'sA dIoocate 0Q/ice, 'i' Tallsend, 2nd tllarch, 1874.; Notice to Advertiers, &c. 'GOOD FIIIDAY. F-RIDAY NEXT, beig GOOD )FRIDAY, our varions corrL'spoildeClts are requestled to SEND. I IN THEIR CONILII'UTIO.:S ON. THURSDAY,? and.our ahvortlsing friends will pleanse do tihe same,. ,so aq t enalmle our Compositors to keep the holiday. AND ""ORT?ITU.?ilBELA, VND RE.COI DER. : 'VEDNESDAY, .APRIL 1, 1874.
SUPREME COURT SYDNEY. FRIDAY, MARCH 27. Before Sir James Before Sir James Martin (Chief Justice), Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Cheeke. BROWN V. DIBBS—TO REVIEW TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874
SUPREME COURT SYDNEY. 'i FinlnaY,'.MAnlo 27. Before Sir:Jaimes Martin (Chief Justice), Mr; 'iJustice Hargrave, and Mr. .Jlustico Cheeke. nO?wN?,V. DI!31S-TO IEVIEV TAXATION. ,This was n applicationl to review tihe Prothonati3ry's taxation of costs ;in an action for gbods' sold and delivered, i'i which the plaintifft recovered a verdict for portion of hris claim. Sir William Manning, Q.C., and Mr IHealy aijlcarcd for iplaintiff in suppoirt of theo alpli)ca(Ltin. ; Mr. 13utler, Q.C., and lMr. Sitloinozs slhowed cause for defendalnt. A' prclinninary objection, that this epplien tion shounit have been nadeui to a Judge in chaimbers' ii tioe first instance, harving beer Heard and overruled, the case was entered *into.' T'ie plaintitf hald suid to recover 4829 '0s. GCi., bor coals supplied to defend ilt .aatthe luttr's order. T'lhe defendajit f'illh a'd'mitted luaintiff's claim, but plended a set-off"in thie nature of a cross-claim, to the effect that plaintiif had entered into a contract...