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

INEWVCASTILE. TilE Tararus s.s. arrived hero on Sundayla morning from Port Darwin en route to MIe4 hourne, and has about 200 men on board returning from the diggings. ,The vessel called at the Endeavour River and Cleve land "Bay on her passage doivn, for the pur ipose of landing some of her liassengr. The rel,,orts from the Northern Tli'rritory Goldl fiells are iunfitrvourble. Many of the men . returning declare that they hluve made no thing; that the rush wi. an " absolute swindle," and numbers are anxious td re turn, but cannot, owing to their inability to p y the passage money. It appears that ,ysenterv nud scurvy alre the scourges toio direadtled "there·; the latter disease, thiey state, is raging terribly. No vegetables are to be had; and the etfforts of illdef'itigable 'JUhiln" to produce those nlecessalries hlavo failed, whlich is attributable to the excessive heat and had natuie of the soil. , No *fresh inent is to be procured other than .tinned. 'The flour is also bad ; and...

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 — 1 April 1874

(To TUR EDarranow ruit "M:dTlADVOOATEE.') Smn,-Thu foopowingj-}ot~t rws Wo7rCdUivud'l5y mo aIntely, aid a it'many be of iterdast to oluc of your; iuunurousg'readers; I: baid it to you for lsosertiou in your.valuabldjoun?l al - -Y?I, am sir . .,yours .do, A SeAsoIarien. Sydney, March 26,1874. San ,Francisco, Jan. 30, 1874. S" r--In.answer to ,your.note as .to the imniport duty :oii' Ioots; shboci, aud leather in the United 8tiites of Ameriaon, it is no follow :--Bpota .mand 'shoes,?1O por cent. ; drissed:leather, rO per cent.; undressed tto, 40 per ccnt. You'will at once per. ceiva that the boot manufactiuror is strongly pro tted, Thus, while French piatent Moruocco and calf leather is 19 per ent, lower than ?aots, it gave the boot mianmifcatmrei' an oplprtUnity of makingu up niuturil qf tlle linest kind into the very best clase of goods, and the extra 10 per cent on boeets above the duty, drives the very best foreign boots out.of the market. The 50 per cent. duty on all dressed leat...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

THIE wbrk at this plance is proceeding so rapidly thiat I understand coal will be in tihe market in a month or six weeks at tih latest. Thlie Messrs. 13 owrn have expended a consider able snum in opening out the worlks lihro, alnd deservo great praise for tiheir eniterprise. This towin will soon he a thriving place again, three or four public houses will soon bo openned, and a few new stores, the old places being all rraiidly renovated. March 31, 1874, _

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. LONDON. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

LATEST TELEGRAM3S. S [IROM -TIIE SYDNLEY PAPERS. LONDON. March 28. 12,000 colliers are on strike in Stafolrd shire. 'The proposed New So6uth WUales Collieries Companiy is not loated; the deposits have been returned to the subscribers. A new company, the .Australian and American Steamship Company, hais beeoi registered with a capital of £?600,000, to %take over tile new line of steamers for the conveyance of the mails to Sydney, via San Francisco. ''The Cambridge crew won. the University boat race by two lengths. London, MCarch o7. The followin- were the tplaced three for the.Liverlpol rald Nutional Steeplechase : -3f.. A A2lllluant's chl. c. Rovigny, 3 years, by Orphlelic from Woman in Ired, 1st;I dhimney-sweep, 2nd; and Merlin, 3rd. A depattation of Irish .mneinhrs of Parlia rhent wtiited upeoll AIr. Disraeli and asked fi.r the ielease of the Fenian prisoners. The reqoest was refused. 'Cheo lPrivy Council has decidedl in faivour of WVilliam's appeal against the Golden Gate CUompany...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE LATE LIBEL CASE AGAINST THE "AUSTRALASIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

THIE LATE LIBEL CASE AGAINST THE " AUSTRALASIAN." THUE Melbourne correspondent of. theo lerald .'iays:-Newspaper proprietors have had a bad time of it lately in our lawI courts. Several actions have gone against itheom, and tile latest is rather a isovtlty, being a verdict. in farour of a uporting man for a libel in the Australasian, the leading sporting paper in the colony; and as your readers probably know, one of the journals plltdlishlled by th. plroprietary.of the tArgus. . It mIust be univer sally a umitted that t le Argus and Anatrialasiun hlave ;ollg strivenl to give a higher tone to ratcig, and to suppress some of the vicioius practices which have been associated with it. They have, thlerefore, the public symnpathy entirely with them inl having written strongly on a case which appeared by the decision of thie stewards, and testimony. of the prinlcipial men oni thei course, to.be one of undoubtedl and flagrant wroing doing. The Marquis of •Lorne was winning a steeplechase at...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

KNEW LAMBITON. Tiu pit has beeni working both shifts yester dlay and to-day. A miner named Thomas Pester met with an accident while following .his work in the pit on Satarday aInst. A fall of coal came down upon himn, but furtunately only struck his leg, so that he escaped without severe injuries. The libel collection was postponed lasnt pay, in consequ.nco of a collection beiing made.for a mineor who has - been laid up with the fever sinco Christmas. It will positively be made next pay, however, end 1.know that the whole of'our imen are alnxious to' conltribute towards this object. March 381, 1'874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

Latest -District ~News. (FROM OUf vARIOUMs ORnr0 SPONDESS.) LAMNTON. A VEIY skilful operatin was performed' the other day c.n a.female childl, seven years of age, belonging to Mr. Edward Hardy of this twown, the operation was performed by D'rsB. Hill and Grigson. Two :unmours were takei from thed side of the child's face, it was a very critical and painful case, and we are happy t, say that the child is progressing favaorably under. tihe unremitting attention of the above named doctors. .1 observe that the members of the Lambton Mechanics' and Miners' Iks:itute have added another new. book case to their very worthy Institution, this case is similar to the other two cases, and reflects credit upon the work man.hilp of Mr. Burg, the contractor. Thisi Insittitution.is becomirig more popular thaln ever, several new melhbors have joined lately. I observe that Mr. W. Thomas was blowing off his extra gaps, for the benefit of one of your corrtespondents in Saturday's issne, but wlhich of th...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

:WARPATAII.; Tun pit Tih working well, and likely to con tinie so thLis week. . I- -hear a lawshit is ending against the WVarnatah Company b;rought by a miner naIIned Rosco. of Lambton, his -proper(y having being under:inded by them, and iu consequence has fallen in. 'l'iis is all I haIve at ,present, as .-tost of the people about here have go;ne tit-?hbh.ait Inld Show. March 31, 1874.

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MEETING NEW LAMBTON MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

MEETING NEWV LAMBTON MINERS. Trlie usual monthly meeting of tile New Lambton miniers, for the election of oftileri·s and comninttee for the ensuing quarter, took pliace hast evening, at the New Laminton Hotel. There was a fair attendance, and Mr. ltippon occupied the chair. The: ?HIRMIaN, in opening thie proceed ings, stated the 'object of the nieeting, aiid afterwards challed upon the Secretiary (Mr. 'IT. Hardy) to road the minutes. The SEOEITAltY then. read the minutes of the last general meeting and: of the last comnmittee meeting, which, after sonie ex planation and discussion, we?ei etd. The SEcRnaTAuR , at tlle im~ano of the Chlairman, then read the qrrteryreport, which showved that. there was a obalafedf £74 7is 8.d. to tlo credit of the lodgec .which speaks well. for the progress it hals. made. On the motion of MIr. J. Davis, seconded' by Mr. G. Brown, the report was -adopted.. The next business was the election of the committee. The followinw gentlemen were chosen :-Messrs....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE FRENCH POLITICAL PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

TlHE FRENCH? POLITICAL ':-PR[SNONERS. ON Friday.la4t-Newcastle was thrown into some .excitelnm~lt hy the announcement that Count Henri Roehleford, and five other Ifrenclh. f1ilit,.oal prisoners, who liad beeln bdnislted cfrom Firance to New CaOnledonia, Ilad escaped from that island, and arrived in Now castle. SThere are in New Caledonia, at the pre Rent time, 8600 Communist. prisoners-2800 are in the island of Ducos, and about 900 at Noumes. Of these, only abruit ten or-twelve held distinguished positions in the Commune, and for whoso liberation measures have been taken and funds raisod. The expense at temiding. the escape of the six prisoners that readched Newcastle. is, we are informed, about £i100. Trie Governrmnent in New Caledonia find the control and custody of theso'men a very per|,lexing busiless. Held as State prisoners, they refuse to work, preferring to support themselves from their own private resources;' Their custody is more iiksome to the French Governmenf than would...

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RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

SItAND\WICK AUTUIN MEETING. (Abridlged from the Eveninq iVem. ) As thile autumn meeting oft the RnIandwick races is to take place next-week, we dereu it hur.duty to give a few particulars'?about the horses. .On Saturday morning some very good work was done by some of the horses, Master M'Grath and Jav'lin doing the nalop of thie morning. . On Mondlay M'Canl fIun Molir, the Arrow, and J. L. went twice round togetlher, the last time fast, MI'Callum having considerably the bestof it. Reprieve arid Nydia were the next two, going twice round, and Sterling and Wrangler went round steady. , Afterwards Ladybird and Sultan did a" twicer," picking up Greyskin the last time? round. Princess Alice, The Abbott, and Thei Novice, did a very ·nice gallop. Sentiniel and .Llama went round steadily. -Horatio and -Dagworthl were the next to show out; they did a good-working gallop twice round. Syren did a steady canter. Fitz Yattcndin- and. Specuilation Wvent twice round,, the last half mile very fast....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ESTIMATED POPULATION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

ESTIMATED POPULATION OP' THE COLONY. From a table published in tihe Ga.etlte of rirday last it appears dlat tile birtlis in the colony dluring the hiuf-year ended 81st oDecmber, 187, nlumbzn r~d I!,289, and the arrivals by sea during the sime aperiod, were 11,478; making a total addition of IP,747 to the population of the colony. The'od. partures' by so durilng the samlne period nunillrad 7648(, and-the doteaths 3748, or together, 11,;89. Thus the increaonse during the half-year was 11,1)8, leavinR the etimated pohulntiou nt tl.he close of the r 0,c78, conslstin of 807,8329 maloe, and 212,940

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EAST MAITLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

EAST MAITLAND • PUBLIO SCHOOL. (Fromn the ?luidtaiul ifercry. ) Mn. G. SuTTIr, master of the model PIblic Schoiol, East Maitland, is about to leave East Maitlia?d, to take charge of thePublic School at Pyrmont, to which place he has been pro mated. Dllring the many years Mr. Suttie has been c6nnected with the Public School in East Maitland he has, by his ability as a teander, his genial and kindly disposition, and the many excellelnt qalities thiat go to make up an estimable nman and gentleman, endeared himself to the pupils under his charge, and gained the respect and goodwill of all with wlhom he became acqluainted. On Friday afternoon last the children marked their sense of esteem on the eve of his depar ture from among them, by presenting him with an address and testimonial. The occa sion was takent advantage for the holding of an exhibition of drawings, the work of pupils attending the school. We have on a former occasion had the opportunity of inspecting some of the drawings i...

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

4aCIDE.N AT P411I OI1REIK, On Saturday last a litle by aboult nine years of age, sonl of Mr. Shipton, of this p.aoo, met with a painful accident. He.F was playing with a' large peroussion.ca p, and while so luoin strauk a match and plut it into the cap, holding it with his otheor hand, when it auddenly exloded, blowing his finger and thumb completely off. He was at once taken to Dr. Hill's surgery and had the woundl dressed, and, we am glad to state, the little follow is soiw doing welL .

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

ORICKET. ON Saturday last a one, innings match be tween the Plattsburg Younie Albiou Club and tlh. Newcastle City Club, was ,played on thr Newcastle crickst ground, and resulted in a victory for the latter :with fou teen runs to spare: Appended is the score: YouNo ALUIONs. M. Curray .. 3 W. Bditts ... ............. 3 J. lichmond ... ... ... ... O J. Horn .... .. ... ... ... 4 " V. Price ......... ....... 1 WV. Andrews ... ......... O A. "Mural ... ... ... ... 2 A. Mi............... ......... o 'TV. Duneanson . . ... .....0 O John Horn ... ... ... ... 2 A. Bell ... ... ... ... ... 2 G. M'Liiughlan 0. . 0 Sundries ..... 1 "18 CITy Cl.un. V. Sherwood ....4 V. Glviu .... .... 3 .1. Bryant ......... 1 Merewether ...... .. 4 ]. Iiley . O A. Vnatt ... ............ 0 P. K ogh ......... 3 S. Hudson ... 10 'i. Tracey .. R. Soott......... .. O SSundrdY?s ... ... ... ... 6 36 On Saturday last a crickct mratch betwcen tile second elreven of. the Lancers and the second eleven of the Rose and hJ'l...

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

.@.riginal ._sc_ poxiinCctce. - I Let it, be distinctly understodd that we do hiot Sidlcitify, ourselvcs with thl dopinions expressed . by our correspondents. All .comlmuoicatioins '' must liave theO namcs and, addrCesscs of the ' i writers a'ttadhcd, not iccessarily for publica .. tion, but asBa gumarantee'of gooba faithl.] .

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PIGEON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

SPIGEON TOi The; Atercury' of Saturduy stirtes :-The match betweenl Mr. Chalker, of Greta, and Mr. Ferguson, of Lambton-for:£50 aside; 21 birds each, 25 yards Srise,, .80 yards boundary, lIoz shot- came off on Sdtuiday lir, the 21st instant, at the rear of Mr. J. Byrne's ?anily lotel. These two men ar con- sidered to be brack'shots, and Agood.ilumber of, the sporting gentry. assembljd' on the groumil for the purpo?o (as mllany inmagined) of wivtnessing -s god match, especially as the competitors 'met some weelk ago, anid tied. But; they wore. yery much I disappoiited, fmr'the sidb'xtng was very inferior in deedfor.such mecn as thieyare'supiposed to be, viz., 'oldy killing nine birds each out of'the' twefnty-onoe shot at. Crtainly,the birds,. were good, and flew well, bhlt still one would think. they ,should have dro)mped .'more than the albove inumber:. Thus, again, the match ended'in'a si. M3ir. Chalker, 9; r .]ergseiJ . . . . ..

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BURWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

. BU.WOOD PU BLIO SOHOOL. .:(''oi the ELifo? o. f te Miera' Advocae.)' SIn,- I notice thilt you have a correslpoulient fromn out' quiet little town, who providesyou weekly ith a really conoise and correot budget of inews, but as he has never, yet.said anytlllng in praise of olir . o?thy" Public S?hool tachier, (CM. Geo loLinson);,i or in fact alludedltotlthc boenifits beiowdld uponl the ricing' generationl by this geLitleman, I crave a: little space .forn, you to sany a feow words' onI his bhli.all All know thant the building nlow used as a Public tchouolis.totally inndequate for the purposc, nadjin fact the local Bonard agree thlata niw school ! id lisdlufcly nlcessilry. and hsive repeattdly calledtl meetings ,an,, the. subjeclt, but fdailed, to' gdt ny aLtteidm?uce of 0thpose, intdrested.-.. Whabt attonishes uiitildiff "llowever. is *tbe fact that iumbers of Iarenti, wlio h.irucontiitiiil l' grul?luh ing about the suhoolt, and ils unltit.ess tdI hold th lreg -nunlber of chtildtind...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 1 April 1874

* (To tie Editor of 'tie Mainers' Advocate). i. i S -{,-iWhilst in the reading-room connected with the .Mechanics' Institute, a .friend p"iointed' oit a paragraph in tho.,iewucatle :Pilot which, ' for a piece' of bouice, I never saw beaten. i The paragraph, I r fer to was on account'of, therei belin such. a de: miandl for their 'paper,. owing to their having !the only.fruu:report of 'the Demonstration, fitey were coompelled .to publish the speeches-over again on Saturday laiat. Now,, Mr..Editor, as far as pub lishing the speeches over again, 1 wasrather pleased tolsee it done than otherwise, 'because the more ex tensivelj the good.i feeling 'tha exists' between the masters and nion is. known the bettei, inut when they say: that theirs was the only. corredt report, I' fniah ''my voace as a, reader .: o the Mineras' Adveoctethri proteiJti agiinst I'uch a statement, going forth to the public umncoittradibtsd, for,' I believe, fIr.;Editor. if a vote.was taken amongst the'inmiers as to.w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

Tl:.'n·, a , a<lonial * VELEIIIN -EIURGEbN, utr a'cfi,uI.Y~'Ser nr GnrtCo.ahie p * Laai- nn ten ~7Mni ~'lze, ]3rnul. aa I no s oinI S ales evary Saturday of l'ores, Drays, pn iarts, uggies, and (Generalll Merchandise. Ca advaned.on goods for ales, if requirad. J197 est End Establish nt, Newcastle. J.W ~W, A Y, 11U.ltln-Titc tr 5) .Tickinbothnm's 'IuCls Uonsh. - 'eiv.' tilorin Es-it- (iiLhmeInlt. ,T ILLIO& UBVNN Bogs to inform thoe - ofif dlse(il that he has. conuinnctd Taioring its chs, at his Rtcsiden~e, MARY-S.i I ', 1'S?BUltG, aeni Primitiv~e Methodi Chapel, where all orlders will Iy executed with catness and dispatch. 128 llI·(UlC1Nl3O" TI-A (Late George llckilnbotha n i/ *I UTUI{1Eh HUNTER STi1tEE'T tWCAX rL Shipping supplied With Everyc D ? tion of I'Provisioins. 1I SNEWCASTL WM. YOUNG & ,gMPANY,' GENERAIL C4S nON ~NTS, AUC1AION A ' V ItS, INsURt Ei' 15/ii'S l D Kti IR.15s AGENT FOR T..AND J. TOOHEY'S SvAO' u inn Luo txn GR'ulnEr Poorran, Ma Street, ...

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