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The 'Evening News' and Strikes. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

SThile ' EViiii'gNiewsi'~ alt itrie.es' TIrE I ueeninq NAew8s, a newspaper lanrgely circulating among, :and stipposedi to 'speak " forF,it7i.pewpilc', iend ':wiich/ if we a mistike i<'t"isifoiind-'in ;moist of-the nminers' houses, ax'es v wise in its exposition 'of tho' di strbus onsequnces of v'workmen's trik e of .t Wednesday's issue -will not ivoe'passed .iunoliselrvd.; We are :to imni;fihib'th~:ItN i'i]ianrtlholpic 'intdrest' in th'i'wilfai'e o'f the \roliknmellliiid ;their falni lid~ : irinpts the 'repeated irwainngT. ilt some will be disposed to doubt if this is not anothaer." echo'" of thie ,oracle in. I-Iunter stieeot. It ends with an allusion to thle' iron2'i?',ez I ','strike, a?-i tlie. statement, whiich revealswitl hwhom tlid swinmatliiesL 6f. the writer lie, that," by the judicious action of the employers the ..breach n as healed." 'IT'lessop li:he w~ld have us learn is; 'thl utter 'futility and' .hol lowriess' of" strikes.." pet thitfite isit'8ie populous ari...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE DURHAM COALOWNERS AND THE 20 PER CENT. ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

TUE DURIBTIAM COALTOWINEnS AND THE 20 P1Er CQElT. ADVANCE. (From ts.g 'wlm,,,. Clhioniile) - A conlerucue was T~i?d on"Friday last between the replresentatives of th -eDurham Minors' :Association and the Durhlair Coalowners' As sociation, in theV Wool Memorial Hall, Noew castle, the prii'ciple question for discussion being the application for an adva'ce of 20 per cent. for all classes of colhi'ry workmcn. On assembling the deputation wbee desired to state the grounds.on.Qidhj the, rei?l'Td the application,'and MIr. k?Viia;ri'Claife~rd thoen stated the views of the workmen, similar to those which have been lpeviously published. 'At the conclusion the ownels intinated, with orit replying to the arguments advanced that they would takn a littletaine to consider tlh)ii reply to the application, a'hd thci- v uld give their decisio t.4n .h ourse. .Th.i feren-6e .which was of ?lie ljaest desciption tiesr toerminated. A special d gate meeting of t?? uhlan, Miners' Association was held onu Sa...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

SPUBLIC MiEETING. ON Tllhrsday evening last a mecting of diree tois, sharehbldcis, and others interested in the Lambton Building Society took place at: Mr. T"roter's, Colliery Inn,,for the piupose of rc'ceiving deposiis of new slharselolders and to sill money. . . J: F'iirTrin, Esq., occunlpied thl chair, and _opened the mi-etilig by reading the advertise menit convening the meeting. lHe said theyl had nuet for the pnrpose of getting sonime in formnition from the officers of the Northuni borlhnd.Buildinig Society. l'herewrcer .thou sainds who. haIdi houses iow, whlo,. would, 1h4 'lbouselcs only for societios.lik" tlhis one. '1'The investment was a sure one, and fionii n a inoril p'oit of .view. it -was also goo;-, for tlhey. enoconraged e oconomy and. ,de served Jo \eiost6uppted,. .and it e s ' thlier duty t 01cp, peoile to: save, and by.oncourag ing thiliarcstsution-they ,prevented persons ftrom squandering their nloney, and it thus inade the society to all in'tents andpurposes a s...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

6 PARL(A.YMEN itZwY As sh - A·s·.Il .:0.' y on Tuneda? tlast, tj(tji:.f0 w my a'ttuptiu-rcr?:- &.e damd-asw r - uabitoolic ~re 1Z?Sino 'Mr .TCSi ?B. iid :'oF ii?ked te Oil"Onb1i " Seoetary - Is it t ii6uitiiionr?f the Govi'-ri mient to erect a Con?t-loouian- Lamrubtoi ?n M 11r.- Parkes alns.WedC3--,t'ia - mattler has beeul utider considle~i'?oio, rbiKi 0 no decisi6"i has yet been arrived at. A < onrt;-house will be erected a6 one of tlhese tOwrlnh~ljs but ?4.e have hot decided whichc. NEGiVCAhTl' lI CO3IAONAGE. Mr. Jou?rNRaitnlerso'. askedlthle Secretary for Lunds,-(1-.)'Vbalfis the nrenaf the New. canstle Comiunounge n' fJastuouge Ru-serve ? (2.)Hns any p1)r0tion of it been .granted or sold i if so, how nuch and to whom, and for what purpose .? . +) Is it true that hie Go vernnuc t have cdinsedl annumber of allotments on the Common to be suiwvCoed for sale ? (4.) Are the Goveinment aware that. for some years a aInrge.numbcer of 4ersons have occu pied portios-bf-....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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MEETING WALLSEND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

iLfiEETIN~ :iA LS N' . % IINs M ltS., Ox Thursday evening last tlihe quartely.meolt ing of this lodge,for. the purpose of electing officers, &c., took place in tlhe Assemibly Rooms. Mr.; W .*Turner occnpicd thel chair. We areniidcelitbd to Mr. E. Loewis, the local secretary, for the following minutes :--t Minutes of a miners' -meeting held' April 2nd. 1Miiutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. * " , . ; ens ' " -" ' Moved and seconded thlnat Mr. Sweet' libel cnase be left to the committee. ' oved and ',secondiedtfih?ri the motion "passed in refereice 'to hiving two headl stones erected to. the msemory of the late John Mit'chell and William Siimms be left: t .c< munittee. M'ihcs6ok Oio6r iOi Cii5onB. : Moved and. seconded .that **Mr. Tlohmas Alnwick be Chairiman for the next threl-c months. ; SFoved and seconded that we have one Secretary, andy that -his salary -be £12 per Moved and ^cc~o~i'd -tlait Edward Lcwis' be our .secretary.-Carried I Moved and se...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER XI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

JjTHE BUSH RANC ER. B,. . Y HaL~ WALSTA~. CAPTI' 1i? XI. (Contaited,(). :She seemed, howevr,. disposed-to assume a gentler tone to. Maude; but she broug~t all the haughtiness.:nll the sterlness, of her man ner to bear upon Bridgetl O'To6le, whom shne apeared' to:inderstand at a glnnce. 1 H0: erfellow-trieellers could not help feeling great inward satisfan?ction as tlhey beheld the ihuimble mliefn of one -who lind beenn a plague 'nid,. . nuisaiuce to thelm during the whole Sourney. :1 ,--It.wnsaquite refreshing to see thl low curt sey wiisth which shle obeyed her iistrbsses's directions to .follow one of the men to thld kitche S 'trange to ... 's."y"Lirs. M 'sl3rentford's little stopdanghters seemed vercy fond of her, and slhe?.certainly. iunbei? morei tbo them than to anybody. - .... SAfter showing .Mandie her b'edionm, Whicli ?.she: was to sharte in com'pany with the chil ¶ien , ind 'so in'g that her luiggage was b'rought .arefuly in,.si q toblcher into tlhe sitting. !rooni sn i'oc...

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DUKE OF EDINBURGH LODGE. THE ANNIVERSARY SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

DUKE OF EDINBURGHI LODCIXE ST - ir TVERSARY SUPPER. ' T'i's branch of the Independent. Order of Ancient Britons celebrated their sixth" anini versary withtinsnpoper, on,Thursday evening,. ait Mr. I~ ldy FsGrapes .Jnn: :There was. about fifty present, all of whom seemed to be very well satisfied.i ,Great credit is due to the hostess fo'r tho 'manner in.which the supper wfSigotup. i After!, the. tables:were cleared, tlid Pnit Presideit (Mi;. J. Davis) proposed tihe first toanst. Mr. Jonx DAVIS said as there was so many toasts to be proposed, he -would not say much about the lodge, but leave it to the gentleman thai fllid'! to riespoid to tle : toast. They were a young lodge, and in a flourishing condition as regards finds;,-nd hoped aulays-to continue.so. * The f . t !\vp^ia 'pinhlo;An ielat Britons and all othie''f'rindly'.soiseties'.." . Mr. W. HuMrPrErYyv ;in: responding.;said lie thoughlt that hle was not capable of doing" justice to this toast, but would do-his best.: The object ...

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ORIGINAL LINES. "P[?]OG[?] COMMENTION THE LATE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

wvas a glorious day; as:we uliarchod awyay'- " 'a?in Hoieystollo,: fodt in ? 'line, -, - id'theo rlndsnie- playini?Zig St. Patrick's Day in eMorning"'-shure o'fine ould time, 'id "Molly Asthore,' an' many mnorp; id'rtheir chceks iiiflated like. alonbihalloon. 'hiia we did prepareOto the BDlrracliESuire tlie'tAsylum, iion:, Tfor.the mlibeci) ); Vid theo colleens smiilir?, our hearts begoilinFa Vaving their ihaiudkei riefa the while. '-'' ,hure there was poli'.eomen to. keep the pnce, man ; l3it, !nix, they light have stolmejtl at home ; r"r sorrow a .word tat dy w s.hi a:ird i ve thait whllichvas spoke in a fr .idly tone. 3ut that was owing to their nou id~awin g ih o saldi'e "thait "i~which steals the Lbriln." S3it threoB wns patenit stopper" ginger pop, sir, 4 .daums alo-hut no chauipna"o.,i -rhinlyanid hye, the timne rew nigh Pi;tba'speakers to :" air their eloquence." - f[aix, 'twas there you'd here that thing must rare, amely, gobd, souuid; common si.tsc. hin the chairman rosd; ...

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

La*test Disttrict .News ( +.oM oUn Ai-IOU5s CORR.EO' ), LAMlB'TON.• :L.AY sorry to say that therie is likely to be' mischief betricon the' mniner-of this' olliery and the malnger, on account of the latter lischalrging two of the men for no reason whatever, only that their boys had displease d him. -'I will try to give the fncts.of the case as given·t theli meeting last Iliglit' beginning with llBnrt's 'cse. It ali?~enrs tlint Durt's son wis employed wheeling on the Clickemin FlIt; aidriwhlile takiiig in some skips with a train of timber, he got off the road, and (no wonder fdr there is not a bit of 'roid bn the flat filt to go on), while endeavouring to lift lkitpa on the road Mr. Croudace came and foiund fault with him. Tile boy said that lie had doi~hllis best, add, if Mr. Croudace was -not satisfied,-he had better get~some one else, ana Ih° wvould leave after 14 days." 'Croudace tben sent: theboy out of tile pit, and told him not to come any more. On the following wieek-the fathe...

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

!·Iisei1(I Co C ma ..I VV.~AYS1 J Jfs.n £n' Pticulars aplyl to 4~. Y. ~P?E~ILSON, 22(1 Coliery Monagner. tile 3hl'~) t-o i~ 01(1 XPFtTJ'IE MAKIN.tc Alan, Twuo Aft~ LLYCii~th the MLL1ŽNI EUY.T Ap~ply to :. I~iloriai 3 (lur1e," 224Huinr-ae(utrLeet, NecaL~stle. .'j'o Lit~er·ary C~entlenen..l IXTJANTItT), for tixo 211~ ERS' Al) I'ocU 'I'E 11(110 thle dutics ((f 7~ Applly, by lettctr, u 3\dT, aldlraessC( to' liuis OlliCe·. 'I'd~eiicr'i. - I'JEK'DE11S (C(]Uil((l for JIUIIJD)INC A LAT1CE ill fr·olut. LC, 111005s arnd 51(cice~tflerte( (((l"FId ty il~l11l~llutilO(, 1((((y be Ol~lltl~l((C (t tile 011(10 Of thlis pailer. Bzgal~tdcllea ' a' dofor Sal~e. FDa0 '.1 ((illd II~u IIu otlii f~i~lbugs cninpeclc, alll 6u ood 0(1101 Ap (; (o VI 1(1105W1(0-JTl ci,"l, i . /OJ. 8 , ,SfINEWs R No,"- 2 S8l8Nxo I I ACTI*INIE, ahlost tla nd mM il. flirt-cliss orlder and .olndil;tinl. •Apply to KINNY, Er er-atre?t, J~lun1.,l:on ; 22(i r' . - Or at thii Oflice. . olr Sale, 'rrOWO ALL TIT.ENTT of LANI) inl lhooulk...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

NEWC)ASThIE SITIPPJNGE 'VESSELS LOADING AND-TO LOAD. -Blackwall, ~hip, 11?0, Cole; loading Wallsend Decxter, Am'cicaii ship," 12"7J, "ursley ; . ]loading Hi.l. W ai, .. m "a 13138, Wil.eom?e to chees,ars? Au"O 3A0.iart.ln ,qload 4.,A..Co.. Se:,k"litrne, 41, i vine .' - .' SO enn Rover, barque-Jones ; oiintug Vallsend t 31uttab:-'Jigh 9)7; Burr; 4LO loaLtmbton " ' ' , 129, Buck; to load .V llsoid : Omei ILi, , i aorn;?"aidig-ianbton .Ashburton, .barque, 506, Adai'vrs; to load Wall8ydll Kadina, shifAft:"62, BUrLmsoi, to load Wlarnatallh ' dntipodh, bai, iae, P-atchingn to load Lnmbton Horsa, ship, 10094, McKilayl ; to lqtdlVal1send 2Wallaroo, arqu~qi·~.f~.~ c '$ ;S4~wee ~ UInion, barque, 3i1, Sherlock; to load " arl'?ah Lammcierslhagen, Gormnan shil,, 8G,; PauI,; to lo?id - Lambton, . St. Jnmtu, Frenlch ship, 357, )onoli.o to lod Lambton , . L ?? Pacific, Amuricen ship;' 553, Foss; to loadWValls ,ireonant - Poonah, ship, 1199, Hrillmain; to load Vallsond. Ltidlovic et Charles, French ...

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

.DA~L BY'S BOOT AN]) SHOE TAREHI-OUSE, Huter-street, Newcastle. m -o. NOTIGCE OF REMOVAL. .----o:--- r IHE Undersignod begs respectfully to return his SINCiRE TIIANKS to his numerous ..L patrons andi tile public generally for the Liberal- Support which still continues to be bestowed, on this Establishmenlt, and especially while occupying the Temrnorary PrOmises next to Mr. AL1)ERTO\QS, end desires to notify, that his business has'been' MOEREMOVED To MORE COMMiODIOUS ANDp CENTRAL PREMIISIS, B pposite MTr. W. .&r~ott's, AND NEXT TO 111r. .?. J. ITTSO4)'S DRAPERlY ESTA ISiNIEINT. The STOCK will be fount . VERY, LARCE, .. . : And to contain ALMOST EVERY ARTICE R QUIRED. , ALFRED DALBY.E172 _C - - . . -C J. SHE IPHERD, PRACTICAL GUNMAKER. r^O the hlbabitants wIlltscdi,. Lmliton, iVarattiih and/the M\ining Townships.- itlemenri, . In.returniing thanlk tr yourpantr6nagi for the last twent -sevo.i years, I -bc to sta ·.tor o ou information, that I HAY iCEIVED, pr Ship " DIILBHIUR, '...

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Probable Dispute between Mr. Croudace and his men. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

Pr'ob~tble IPi~s'jiic, ewe1 r Cr~oud:c~e acriid Jus en. · WVeduT~;dh:''s ifub/'i'i~in consequlenlce 'of 'theb pi~eM:~~ce~. a 9]~c~--,.. ~~-,·-

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

, ANSWERS. TO GORRESPONDENT'S. " Anvil Creek Seam of Coal."-Your letter will nap pe.-r in our next issue. "The N. H. Society."-" Argus."--Your- letter is altoge'tlier'too pisonnl" p . f . " " The. Ggli/t1Ii.lo '.the ;P"il-. " Subscriber,'" Lanil6ton.-ii- can afford to laugh, nnd, as one Slettr'1Slale"'.l.j'in:type,, (which i'ill aplpoar in Yeidnesday's issue,) we think it better to. omit,yours.. 1 ( , . . , " Cricket.--The' Pince of'Wales v. Laimbton.---The score will aippear in TVednesday's issue. "A Mine"? pHanmilton.---Yourlettler recciyed too, late fo yns'etionj will'apirear b'li V~ednesTray. ' A ORTII?i3EBERLAND RECOR.DER. SA1TURDAY, APRL 4, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. OMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. Y Goodt>Fidoi Oooi lnda an~lntiordance wOthtoi cotitlod tcdapos?irii honf 'thei daiy as 1holh l' .'oc6is9"ge t? havin hu boon o rnpollod to avo oior thle oxllt hssin'd 6oftn I~oiida i]nert .oor1' Maitimoul.and I ~ atlo1dy "corrosp ndoriocb lottei, o fx;ih , t i?."' iape. toil,;' "?.tovro df t hc o°Sbi6to?"Wara~tabl, A'? S od.~ toi Ne the athlti aotson Athuor A 'Walu idiuda Nwarata ole. unde tat, alaquantityi of tloca i -and4 dustricuie?ior of ?Tm rnc; (xsa truepo' t tho Awgie 'pltsirs inanooiation'r $Iibwu-i " Mtploand d..' .tiic nnVin.?so rinnd ndCtoi crtivos ps hayo doqwn, ovdiy )hift Lhis WOe..il'htoth, opluitcojiitny of 6 ncstO ilay (G oodt?he ce iM )..:e ndr ;nclao cdth Trioup lh rules, uf a tiho: M vi Iirs' A11ohlOatot1 eah r vl"1 IO 'th0 'work on ,Mo gd o ex-t,.hoiog aepvoclacedr, h wail1 heo ansomon ts pVllonld fo.LEamsbtoi rMody nicitv atrc-noit CIklneuorchsttoaor ow, (Sndaoty' apdwear t?o be thoatthletib lijiorts: 6n: tho Asl0.?ky~lumi C1}lcild8...

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OUR DESPOTIC NATURE AT LAMBTON. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

OUR DESPOTIC NAT iURE AT LAVd TON. (TI'o the Iditdor of ltf1iterM;i,' Adeotale:r) ; Sir,-lI sapliose that: you hia've riuad the short history of coal n'inc§ and mhieris in Scotlanl iin the 17th century, publishlcd in most of theo nefws?aJers, in which it relates that tbo landowner rckonail thu miners auidhoys as.par~t of 1iis stock-thu santo as he cdunitccd his cattle, shccp,':oe l torsos ; in fact, -thcrd'is oneoiinstnuco related where a man was lhar toreh for a Yony. .\Vell,- it is not that had at Lamlihtdi Col?ory ;.butf it aplioa'ri that if a nniltL has a fanmily-boyi cspeciadly-ho must rear tlietm for tho special hlonelit of the L?ithhton Comlnpany, ngd pldasslre or aduse df Mr. Croudaco. So that you aInd tho public may judge, an'dfinoul uls iex st woole whether we havo niot hald a transmiigration to Iussia, I will io you two instances, of as complneto a lbitof dusploti tyrasniy as ;kinhld do credit to a ezar. )turing, Iih last fcw weeks, it aLpp)ears, there's a chag uohbi eo o...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

1t it bo .distinctly ulndorsl'tood that wo dd'no?. idientify ouiselves with the opini6ns expr?e.sso~e S"ly olur corrospolndcnts. .All coisnunicatlons mut. lnhavo the nanes and ndhdrss.es of the W 'tiR. uittei?hed, not u nicssiaily frtl, jiibhliea. tion) but as a gunIIUce of god fijaith.]

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

ANVIL 4O EEK AND G ETA. CniJANO IN T'lE MANAOEMENT' F ANVIL CniEicK COLLIERY.--Mr. .Farthing., who has/ for so m'any years managed the Anvil Creek collierien on his own account, and since the forapntiq~.f\ the company oln their accounnt, has 'resig?da eds office, but still retains a great inter~sjin\te'?nmino. W'e helieve tlhat Mr. Farthing does "not intend to leave the ground,: but will occupy _tla position of'resident direc-' tor. Mr, Farthig. has seeni many; active days on Anvil Creek. If not the actual dis coverer of the seam of coal, he lias done so much to develope it. He was,, at any rate,, the first to practically prove that the seama possessed any commercialvalue.. iMr..Farth ing retires a rich man, and he has acquired those riches siniply by the force of energy and industry, coupled by real sterling John Bull pluck, which never, knows when it is beat,, but will rise and surmount every difficulty. Mr. Farthing in m aging hlis men used to address them~ in' ve; plain tdrmns a...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

S('lo the Editor of -I/e -licre' Advocule) Sxl:,--L1n the colnmus of your joun!ud of the 28th lt~mhno, tjlcro alppear a cin- uniciitiion lsignied iy "'J l'"Lumsdtn," mwho, in his rcmarlksc upon thie sej'cb.ti't,3'ich he trca:ts. flls ilnto an error with rc;l'-'-l' to A2 statcnlcltm I 1adlo to.1.]lilll IL'sIectillog tholo?eors ot·ivhichl he miakes mention. I do not ilntoend to occupy the columns of your jourual to any leongth o-ver this mtter, and vill satisfy myself, after extraltcingi thle Ipasstgo t~o which I oblject, by l-ying the p~litn fscts of the cUse beIfore your lecaders. Mr. LhinsdICn says-" T shall give you the true vorsion of thstory, :s far as.I coulbd letrin froni h1ir, (Ireen, of New stble, Mr. tGreen huad five or six cases of,cut dfliaasf .ytsncy :to help ornamioeat the romii. recnoulk t go the show on the lMonday m arnng,'o hle utruIe-tbhe lowcrs to Mr. Suiedden aniil r. ly. . rcon arrived it TVaratah -n til' the ?ndneyIneiu, he fislkedl thosi two gentleis ou wher s...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874

S ('/'o ti ?li(o,.r of tf, c. Mi,,.' Aaaocate). Saa,-l-Pleaalo La; allow me a slaailal spiace ini youT valualel:p1al~r to 'relly to fr. Lunasdeon's ilitarutlh and silly trakh in las a Sturday's issue. .' He saHt hl gaveo m?e thi dahlia at' th. ldoorl, which is not traue. The dc'urat.ars of thie room took possessioai of thcn. I awkedl him t)o Iiek six out of the10 lot he and "Mrs Lunllldeo brou ht with thadm for comi patitioln, which lao dild lhimself. As to 'the' an trance nmonaoy, he a,:aid thlat to thle souoetaary. After eoinag tawar?el ta plrizae, lhe toldl men to receive the m~aiony, as hle was goilug to loave, and would not come dlown for it, hut niot a word as to what I was to do with it. . I? ent his prize money to him. It is mean to mako a lroaent of C. and hEn cry abaut .adtniO l oenerous, as lie says, hlo would li'-o rt'ii?rud, it to the SBoiy's fund, and nuts havo ? 8 fijl tlle 5,a. otn my-sn? he rfsonv t:-tke it4i4i ll, twad c2It';lsot1Thiei '1 1 ~9ijN 'llŽ,wo~rdl o6fbi~...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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