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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874
NE . LNM I wonnn liow \ng we are ging to be withoulKthe protectn or that usefl nem lijo of society ? nstable. I th tk thle Goverrlzint ~v confer a great" beefit on the r >P?itus rp .a1lone, by s6tioning a co'unsYta'b~e\a.Nt e nmkton, for I(can assure. you 'tat it s(disgraieful in the Ajtreme to see the'ro~id. m displayedat o places of ivorship~ every Sunilay night. I ave heard nmiiiibers sty that \the minister as had to cease speaking till 8n9e membe of the con gregation went out ?dn remon rated with the" disturbers, anR4 advise thnl in the mildest of larguageo to either gb away or come ,i6tide nd hear the word of God 1I'eached to thpnij but instead of doing as theywere asked,? they only insulted him and ran .away, hut oiy for a short time, as they returH again t the assaullt. All things considered,iI hink it very wrong. that peopile cannbt' worship God in peace and quietness, free 'romn the insults of strong lads verging on nanhiood. We are subH jected to all this annoyance for ...
MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874
oor's long, room, Lamb ?Lof t? t~w?jn of! ~T~nd?lrs and Dvid. Birt; who"lihaid riceived notice to leaveo from the maingeir. Mr. Walter' Kerr was in the chair. There was a full attendance. Theo CanianMA stated the object of tihe meeting,;which, he said, wasto consider the ease of the two nien Wonde's and Burt, whoie had beeni disclhaiged by" Mr.'Crondace on i6di~fit:?'f their boys, who had conmmitted some error, btilg dislcharged. IHe said th'at Mr. Croudn'ee intended to discharge the parents.of tlioPblcys who.did not suit him. The committee held a meeting last night, and got the. naccount fromn the two men. TIhe Secretary would read the minutes, and the matter coiuld then be cJnsidered. Thie iinutes of the .last general meeting were then read and.adopted. The SonvETAnr then. reaed the minutes .of the special committee meeting held to con sider the case of lth two men above referred to. lie said that when Wonders asked Mr. Croudace the reason why he was dischargedt , lhe (Mr. Croudac...
MEETING OF WARATAH MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874
MEETING OF WAIVATAR MINERS. The general iioeeting of this lodge was held on Thursday evening, tlhe-2nd April. Mr. Peter Grant in tlhe chair. The minutes of the .previous meeting, we r read and con firmed.. - The quarterly balanci-shieet of the lodge was read by the Treasurer. A discussion ensued on several of.the items, whidh ter minated in the adoption of the sheet. SELECTION OF OlrFICEnl. - The election of officers was now proceeded with,.and resulted in tlhe following gentlemen being aplpointed :-Secretary, Thomas John ton; Treasurer, George Maddison; Dele gate, Thomas Wintorbottom .( Chainuma, Peter Giant; Committee, Josepl?l Robinson, Benjam?in 'Tunks,, HeNryy Young,'': Thomas Grierson *,Thomas .Screen, Samuel Porter, John Williams, S. lBroadhead. nISTniCT OFCEs. . After a good deal p f discussion takidg ? place over this appoin nent, it eventuated in the election of Mr. Thnas Alnwick. Dis trict Treasurer: -There reo two candidat s nominated for this office' .which 'caused a wi...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 4 April 1874
WARTATAi. Acco~arNo to the rules arid pnustuons of tlhe 'P;imitive M-ethodist Church, tlie reEv gentle mian who has been stationed in this town during the last twelve inonthls preaches his tfirewell seimons next Sunday. MIr. Smith, the gentleman referred -to, has, during his sqjourn amongst us, proved himself to be not oldy a true and faitlifiul minister of the Gospel, but also a kind? nad genial friend to all. HIe will be missed by a great many friends: We wish him God speed at his new. siphere of duty. 'The meeting takes place on MIonday evening next, at tlhe Primitive Methlodist.Chapel, to bid ifarewell to the Rev. MI. Smith. The pits have been working well thisl week. Apirl 2, 1874.
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
(·To lthe ~cl~dor of th lintrero'. Arlvuocuu) " Slm,-- .your last 4tiir~Ity's ' pjiipr 1o soc thero were thirty-two am . ,roposol at:. thoe .ablio mooting for tile mit tnoof Aldermon for thd' Wallseanl Muani it.y, n[ ,o elieve. that only ninuc are wa~t.l, so t rnt? trge faell. to, pi k from, ?tnWi.-? v.l; ? r., you will givr your o i who t, bst men. our b ia tiys been ud o adiroot woroint g n a- to the poiber ourso teouht to take, nd i hope you wi not:bobaokwj'At'tldIztme, I be,, 'iovo'tlitit iiF yof those who wcr.proposed /at.the, inme'g" ivill .iftf. st'in d'fdr Alderman ; arid' hlsd thinki-the elector'wounld lie 'doing' very wroil ii. .puttiiig somio . id f thlon in. 7Do you. think, 'MJr Editor,, it.'wuld lioe -.ise to have both: the colliery, iil'atinger in as )I ldrin'n atfone time; I ain warira ab'ti'ttioir cointiianies vill have to ~p?iy heavy tnxbs; butilothing lfke 'as 'ilch As' all tlo otlhio- electors /will have to. do;JaiuldWve all iknow that they would lhave.g ~ea in lu...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
('o tho Editor of the Afhbo'er Ad .. te/') Sril,-I sco by i:ading your last Slatin dly's .'issue your lHamiltp corkrspondcit speaks of tlihe imnr?iecd voiitilation of ~0 No. 2 l'it.' I lquitO agtce wtl. jour correapon pt's iFohiiLk5 about thu niui it its beon iniproved gi at ?.hii scaibblod iiy first few lines abqut it. now, Sir, I" iloo'l,"ini fow sjoiiitjuior tb4laco before your luicders in wt h thiabutter tattto of snt ltioun uhhlt;. All~minecrs that . Juive ' l1 ow t4a trouble that lha bol hero .to get oi lo oa"reomint carried out. It has cost us from £'20 tO , per year for.depl : Stations,,ruuniui aftor.tho in tera, andc, in. evoavr case, through thoin viuliting our local aeoenCCte i Well, Sir, we cameu to, the conclusion that we.oru. inot .uay sticli'' sumin of minjriidyuolnothin tc eiho fr it but proinise~ thiitr weoro never caribed oit. Theon ieresolvcd. to try 'niother plai ; accordii~,gly, a mliotion was passd a at full nmooting of. our into' ho .thli efl'oct that whenever...
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MINERS' ADVOCATE.") [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
(To" ·~ru EUnroin. O TIim," "MrNs?,s 'Auvoci*re:"') '. Srl,-I have seci, wilt, some palnr"a letthli "in your iaper, of Satilurday, 28th Mnlruih, : did? irI John iLumsdun, of WallaULnd, in refcrece. io .thle :latdi iicetin'g of the .•To.tioultui;l Socdily "t Vmantahil but rinaned the 3"ort.llinibiCer'ndl loitti cultural Society, whlich Ithilnk so outrageous andfne; -fiom.truth thist I.am, in defence,!oblliged to take up my pen and, lhowcvcr nunwillingly, defend m)y: self againist this "garbeled gabb!cr" of statcmienti tlhrough your pifpcr ri hich arni comnpletely ia:ie 'eIik to fact; niid 1 have renson to believe thant Ilhis man knows this to .be hiic ;case,-and, yet: deliblerltcly comes before tile liuliic .with statcienct dscrcdit rible illike to, nilot only .imyself, but to. l inltcirbrsted wvith tile Iite show if flowers, frtii, A&i, 'it" Waid tahl'on tlhe Aniiversiry Day. In coemmon with h numbrci of persons in thisi district, 1 hlave:a love'or growing flowers to perfeti...
THE AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
THE AUSTRIALIAN OINTMENT. Donar Sir,"Sinco: Ireceived from a fiond of mioe a pot of. your . celebrated Australian Ointment, I applied it to'a soever wound caused from a fall off iny hIoise, and onl the third application I was quito able to do antything ith it .-I remailn, yours truly, J. W. CIrlA~Lk, Parramatta-streo .• .hat g.irow, bigger the more you contrac?? it ?l-)Debt. Thfi.qrst ark-tie explorers are snlpposed to have boon Noali's bed-bugs. SAlways take the part of your friend ini a quarrel, but not in'a pudding. Carpeaiters don't belive in estone, probably because theyInveresawa t.. ,, .... t
Probable Dispute between Mr. Croudace and his men. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
Probable Dispute, between' llr? Croudace anld lis men. - SO'iE short time ago we announced that Sfliere was ? ''every j; spect of twelve months ;„ peace and ,prosperity for the 'Coal -Trde; but by -tlhe overbearing" conduct of .the L: u nLambton "manager towards two 'men named ]:l -B1urt and Wonders, there will be a disturb-. ; "ic at th?li' colliery. linless he withdraws I. 'tlie' notice wliichlie lih.s giv'en.tliemin li .,drder' that bur' r?eaders may unde~s and the ! nature of'the dispute, we give here the facdts -:of the case. It appears'that Burt's son wo a :\employed as a wheeler" at the nLambton Colliery, and in taking in' empty skips and '- timber they, got off' the, road. While en adeav'ouring to lift them on agadin:. Mr.i *. Crbiidiice came iup to the place and found 'fault ~with 'him.' The jboy very natirally, S.:and, we .believe, truthfully, told Mr. - Croudace that he had done his best-iinid if he (Mr. Croudace) thoug'ht othierwise, he. was willing to leave in fourteen ...
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
SA . IDENT; . On ITcibdA' d v ncg l sit' son ous accideilnt hlxjlnlbid' tobn wan}.nnaa' .Edwld ;]k.nmah. "o!nxlloyed. lbj-.'ri. ;P. ,;' o.us,.;butclhe:, of ?'Walls end. :'It ppears.thbt, he wA'ridian-ti r fast, ile rirs e n a n - con ha cnrFt, f a m jgmnixd el, in flicig, savoefal 'osrious injnirixes -thal .'was rnblxdo : senscloss. s He was taken 'in to :Noi-' cnastlo and.placed in the hospital, whoro heo remnixiedo unconscions for two days,' bni~ we ara glad 'to Ieairn tliat .ho hasgpow recovo" d ooiisciousness, Iand is in a fair way. lo recovery.
EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
EASTER .MON.DYT. THEx amusements provided for Easter MIonday in the various, nuing townhip. were .very meagre indeed, and with the exception of the picnic in Daniel's gardens Waratah, and a few cricket miitches, we are not aware of anything having taken place. -In Newcastle, Iho'wever, the Sons anid Dhughters of Temperance celebrnted their anniversary by a grand fete oni the grounds of the Lunatic Asylunm (kindly. lent for the occasion bj Mr. C' ane, the superiintendent),. and the N?aval B3rigade Band chartered the steamei Goolivai, and enjoyed an- excursion inpthe iiver. Tlhe weather wfis loely, idnd tended to make every one enjoy tlhemselves. On 'OiiiTehiix-inceffriends" enggagd thlTgffif band of the Volunteer Ai tillery,and headed by it formed in procession at the Odd Fel oIw-'s "-Hall -at- tenr o'clock,-?and marcied to the grounds. In the fbrenoon the attend ance wais not very large, buit after dinner thera amuist have been about 0000 liresent, so tl?'itha ,:demonstiration must ...
MISS JOEY GOUGENHEIM. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
h -~ ISS 0 J~Y 0UOaENIIEI'a. Thelfeiorinlse:and? :admiirers o6f that .p opulari and gifted actcSs, Miss IJooy -itougenheinn, :'wilLjbefgiarifiel .to bhe'ari'thalitHh' hiiahbeen pliying' to: well fitted houses; ild, wh at is mo'r' assential, ini ,pblic ,fame in a so:ies- of wi ll played dramas in .B];isbano. i Theasonsalional dramibf ii Enst Lynine,'i vi hich Miss Joey :Gotniioneiihen isso gieat iit ithie dirl ldi'nract rs of Lady Isabolla and Madame Vine -ws prao 'iticod for heri beonefit, a.nd? tVictoiri .Theltre. w.asr croW~pedt .a imost ipinconvlziiai t oexte~lit. 'o a??re oit suiai:i sed tii heart e tIerarer thlit thie piece ran ioi several' nilt afterwa:dis.'' ?The preks isr i-thuslastr 2n her favour, aund idso, speaksb highrly o h ifis~ IrH&V'ioodh:nd 'Ole iri'· i J~ _____ V
DELEGATE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
; BELEGATE MEETING.: ' A SPECIAL general meetin?g was .held at Mr. Cairn's hotel, on Tuesday3 April :7th. Present :-Mr. Price, Borehole; r. gan, WVallsend; Mr. Willianis," Laiton; Mr. Wintei·'iottoni, Wainaah ;\ Mr. -Ingram, Co-operative; Mr. Hardy, New. Lambton; Mr. Harold, Anvil Creek; Mr. T: Anii'ick, chairman; Mr. E. Davis, treasurerf ,Mr. John dWoods, secretary. . The minuites of the previous nieeting were read andc.onhfirmsd. '. * The Treasurer gave a statement with re ference to the discharge of Biur. and Won ders at the Old Lambton colliery. COlRRESPONDENCi :--Ttter from MIr. T. Croudace. read and- ditciscsed, wien'-itiwas resolved that the General Secretary3 waite to: Mr. Morehead, informing him of our griev ance, and request him to come up and settle the matter, if possible. .: - Moved and seconded, " That in thie eveiit of Mr. Morehead submitting to our-request, tlihat a deputation from Lambton, in conjunc tion with ithe idistrict officers, wait iupon hiiin.". • Moved, " ...
MR. MUELMAN'S QUADRILLE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
..i.,.R.,.MUuLMAN 's aQUADIILL. PARTY.l' Sinc6 Mir; Molehn, of Lhmbtori',foirmed his quaiidrillo"'particsu in .tlioe A'sombly ,'oohs, .\a]l~ciid,. oi.lThnlrsday evonlings, the hanlllias bocin:fairly.a; troiiised- by ibotli the fair' and 'strierh so x'-lbvol?s'bof';' thlo ' liglti .fantastic. isTls Tuirsdiy r ov.niiing,'lowever, thisosewho liad 'iloter'ininod upon ittoending .wero disadp pointod in consequenceo of thloe-Wllsond mindrs holding th'eir-menoting in tli'-lall.' :-,,.·: . v: 'i-.?. .. . .. '"-.L" .L?.:? ' "?'?' "?L. t ,
Meeting Co-operative Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
*Ile ting Co-op.erative :inels. - ON Saturdadiy evenmlg ladt a mieting of ,thl Co-oe tiveirner·s was· held at Mir: Lun'dl) " hotel, Vallsend, Mr. in the bhdair Miiut s of pI'eVious meeting wi'ere read and conlire cd. I The llowihg ieotns 'ere carried2 Ihat t ius Lodgea gooui~ietoR. Igiamibifor patrict Chlirn i andJa-nes ummers District Treisurcr :fob? ithe: next tuy lie maouths. **'i-'7 'i Thit wi idheli'e to thie miotion passed by the co unitt'ee in Jnio. Wallhee'is case Tat the elbotion' of Secarotary and T ure. fo this Lodg be. left over .until the Ini thly miitf.iig. ': . 'I'het tleo matter regardIing -the picks-be left too\~ he committoee to deal with. That th Secretary be ompowered to purclias' a 1orn for this Lodge.. The--object-of religion is not- to .inake-a: man b tter than his neighbour, but better t ren h iself. The trap of an omnibus is like conscience, because it is an inward check .oii thd outward Tieo nost suscep tible fellows in the world are the fouidry-men. They a...
FOOT RACE FOR £400! WATSON v. BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
FOOT RACE FOR £400! WATSON v. BROWN. Tuls race, one of lthe most important that has ever taken:pldce in New Solith WilesJ came off at West MIaitland on Satuiday lasit, in. the presenc'bf nearly 3000 slpectators, and, as may.be readily imagined, created~ the g?.eatest possible amount of excitemeint amongst sporting men 'throughout the colony. It is pretty generally known thai th1ese two men miot last ]3oxing day, in Sydney, to compete for the " Cup," whichl \Watson won, beating Birown; froii ewhom l~l had a stait, aid ons6e tw enty others from ahll: pnrts, ofthe colonies, and n, s B3own's fiiends were inot satisfied wvith the resilt o'if the cuip running,r ther alhnoit immediately threw doiwli the gauntlet to Watson to run a distance of to00 y irds, for ,L'00' a side. Thie admirers of WVntson, nothing loth, at once accepted the challenige, and hence tihe present race; -whici:: we will non proceed to describe. . . " 'As the hour drew near'for the event one living mnss- of excitable hu...
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874
NEWCASTLE. SHIPPING: YESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. Blackwall, ship, 119?~d le; loading Wallsend Dexter, American shi.p, 1279, Bursley ; loading Highlnndevi mnrien lhip 1353' Wilcombe; t load'Wallsend . _ Chevert, bhrque, 420, :Martin ; oadhig A. A. Co. Eask, barque, 413, Irvine Ocean Rover, barque, Jones; loading Wallsend Muttah, ship, 997, Burr; loading Lambton 'Frances Thorpe, ship, 1229, Buck ; to load TVallsenid Kadina, ship, Ct2, Barnceson, to load Waratah Aitipodes, barluec, Patching; to load Lambton. SHorsa, ship, 1094, McKinlay ; to load Vallsend i-.?Wallhroo, bnrque, 488, Sweet Unioh, bnrquc, 361; .Sherlock ; to load Waratahli La"amirshangen, G.erman :ship, 846, Paul; -to load Lambton, .St Jenn; French ship, 557, Delmolino; to load . Lambton PacifileAmerican ship, 553, Foss, to loadWValls ..monah, ship, 1199, Hillman; to load:?, Va1sendt Ludovic et Charles, French barque, 381, Lefevre, to load Lambton . . Benvcnuen.ship, 999, M'Oowan !; Annabelle, barque, 384, Stephen; to lo...