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ORIGINAL LINES. FAREWELL TO SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 8 April 1874

ORIGINAL LINES. FARE~VELL TO SCOTLAND. SFkrewell to thee Scotland, farewell to thy mountainhls, SFarewell to thy glens, full of mystical lore; Parewell to thy rivers, and Wrild gushing fountains,: MIy fate haA bcdn sealed, I shall see thee no more.: '.Farewell to those crag?, clad with bright blooming heather, Where the wild dleer and eagle together doth'flco; Farewell desrest scenes,' we have hunted together, And 'joyed to the full my dear Mary and me I Farewell misty lanud, thy thistle shall wave still, And the poet and warrior shall guard it with ,. . ride. ,, _ . hen ;ain away ini some far foreign grave still, . Where, nought of my coiuntry can bloom by my S side l SNow wild o'er the waves our vessel is sp?eeding, '. - nd wild is the winld,but I heed not tsi din, SFg~my heart alLalon.in my bosom ishleeding, SSo'wild is the storm that is raging within. I heed not the lightning, the*thunder, and danger, : A . nd- the dark heaving billows in madness may foam ; I'm driven away to th...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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POETRY. IN SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 April 1874

i POET'R'Y. ten thou art sorrowful; and cares around Crowd ;fastb idnlthe steps of happier days'; 'hen thou believ'st e'en brighter thihgi can lend The saddest eWho totthe rys~est lays- ATiheinf b? -lcIeTIe' d a;itha aigel'e food, Go, seek thy remedy in doing, good. ,. 'en those to thee the idcarest shall have died, And each frecsh day gr'owv weary to thine eyes; hen every hope that others build ulron Comonr to thy senses 'itl i a'sad surprise Take up,the burdenl of anothoer's grief ( Learn fron'another's pain thy woe's relief. fourner,.bolieve that sorrow can be bribed 'ith tributh'fi;om the heart, not; sighs nor tears, ut noler sacrifice-of-fhelpilng hands, . / Of chleering'smniles, h?f symnpntlltfe tears,, S OftLhav tie h uhlist.wofds tlib sweetr strain: In angels' musia·eib1y soul complainr. hen Grie'hall satand, wit llhallf-averted foot SUpon the t?ieshoidif;ao bright er day;. ; asa hope shall ake her sfeetlv by thie hand. ; And both kneeslyloul4.t th hIith to pury.' - l;ifte"d...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 April 1874

NOTICE TO TH-E "PUBLIC! - (0)- . ,P . M UL L LE N 1O TII13 "NIEWCASTLZE OLOTK KHALIL," S: " : ECEIVED . . .. :.A FIRST CLASS STOCK ...: '*- ,;. -' : . * : . . o'. +' * ' * . - , * O F " - .. . . . , . , NEW f& :ASHIONABLE .WOOLLENS, ., NAM LY : Scotch Tweeds, at EN' " v Tr'STE .OOTL HiALL. West of'ngland< Tweedas,at a tK iI ijL Bissus';TweedsiB;at : I .^^ r^.y^^^f ^ Navy Blue min large variety, at M NECASE LOTHA. P ; MUI EN'S NEIr.FTCHA-STL'E CLOTH 'iA?LL. Blue Stookanets, in eat variety, at LOH A Bannock Burns, P FULL'S / NECITS TLE CLOIJT 'I ALL. Geelon- weed, in all colours, at IILlL .E'S NE ASTLE CLOTIH HAL. A nice assortment of Silk Ves ag , :a. " r OT .,,., ..- . .P. MULLEN'S' 'NIEWCAST.S/LE CLOTh HALL." White Marcella, in good pat rns. r ULat ' S N ' . P " 1 U] I' , PNEIVCASTLE CLOTH!: HALL. P. MULLEN is lghid to be able to inforn t1he public f/entier(ll// t1ihat le hals tI'e BEST COAT CUTTERI in the. colonies, whose duit is' nothing ibt to C,,t .O crocats ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ACCIDENT AT WARATAH. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 April 1874

ACCIDE)ET AT IIAftATAfLf CORONER'S INQUEST. A Conoxan's inquest was hi?o' dt tMr. Gun'i IHotel, WXVaratadh, on Tuesday hl', onl the body of Josephl Pooley, lwho nccidentally shot him-' self whlile getling under a fencC. * J ichard Iirinkwater, 'hviiii.i.boon' duly sworn, dopors i: J am*'oidl'dnior, aidl rinid , at Varnalih; I know )I5 le?c a?sel, .Jiosepl:.. Pooley ; T was in thie Nli h wiith' car VaTn'a. ntah with him cd his brother oni lodayd y: hie and I had ri gun eachl; wa were out shoot ing parrots ; between eight and niine o'clocl: in the inorninug he cockqd ,his gun to firo.e somen parrots, bnt hie co?ld not get a good shot at theiin, 's they pnssed' too ruickly ; ihe kept his gun "still cocked;anld at;tnlwptcl to cross a three-rail' fenne to jin me"- being on the otller side of it; it was LCimbton Comrnliny's fence; lhe ,nt tile stock 'of the gun through the rails of tle fencing,'lholding the imuzzle ii his hind..; the. ic n fired off; but I did not see whlct.caused it to d...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER XIII (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 April 1874

,rHE U SHRA N CER. BY EAl WALSTAB. \ ' A". TERn XII (Conhntled.) / i Frecd from tli'societ; of profligate conm ii,?ions (intercourse with whom:n!ike pitch, is 'dways sure~ to defile), ah'-?the.ilnany temptla Iions abounding sIn a large capital, and rought ro a new and .beautiful land, where ljandyism and faslhionable pursuits had to be Ist aside,, and men. werq measured by a to ally diffe?ent sta.iding, John Cardwell proved imself to be a m:ln cnpable of takling a fiih id hdfoofrable ai'fit iti lifei, and to be able, in lieend, eo loiok . The whole wordl in tlhe face, r. or ?l owes'not any man." So iii'ulh' f6'r tlie bencfit of emigration in ioma casds .- i :. -He lehis:disclihargd liis'trust to Mrls"Abbots :ord faithfllly andl honourably I' hIas ioukedoiftl the substance of thei widow as if i t had.been his own, and has reaped the ireward ,is exertions .merited. HIe can' ina?.y .idiw Mrs. Albbotsford .vould. piffer-his(oding so, aid, lhas superin -illeed tihe building and.f'n ishbi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 11 April 1874

TIM.·'' B ER~4Z YARI)~ Cor-iler.Of Kiniii ea ' lt. 'Vd IP .0tt Stroeltt. ZN XSII-T Sf 1 11D 1 ' IT'i -tiL 8(; Bulder,~l Neuwc.aftle. jjjltS. J HICKINI 0111HAM Shilping supllied ill Every Descrilption of nvsions. - . l Geo;gMe E monds, NAVAL ,AN i i,. ?A-,, ,LO 1, (Sect dlo to Ml. Se itu ws.) Orders excxeuted ~ith nlcnlless and dep tchtll. 221 ]3ELMORIE SOAP 7ORlKS. |HE undcrsiglled ha s'ing LI .ASED the iprebmisc t known a,? tle ] 3r?M1 tT EsI' WOrliKS and hlaving seicured h ' cp?'a "First-cdlss Sotpinalter, is now il i i plfly the ...,rt with nla article tbllt will -ive every atisfaltinci, al the lowrcest a larket (1u1t01iollS. W"it AIA1 :.ICHIAltl)DSON. . . . Bclmore doap-,o'r:'• DO RALE,-i.E n ond, or ' Duty PI'id .: . R L.NDIES--Hnucmssy's, -31re'tell's, Jule, Ilobin, allnd Associated, in bulk or case . lUMI--Lowdsc' and L emon Hlart's, a o.p. OLD JAMAICA~, in caie WillSKY-- Dunville' u's/? L L, and Stc wart's, in bull r cse GENEVA,-iKey r ~ -J K.K. L., large d smnll contouts SC...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

('J'o the ELd itor qf the Milners' Aldvocate.) Sn:,-I was much pleas?ed last weoak in reoading a lotte;or frollm, your vatluablu psler, writte by SOmue rcspctableo citizen, iand exposltg tlhu improprietios of boys and young I ean at the different places of wo?lhip? on Sabbath dveniu'll, disturbiog the differenO t co agregations in their Oevotioual oxercises. 1 canll fully corroborate the scandalous proceedings t~hat is carriedo o oi bymy o xpelrienco. Whenlt lprfourmitng my dluty as a ulossh)er of the Church, they gather together in nlulmbers at the OChapl doors, and arould thebo windows, smoking tloir pipeis and pulling the tobacco smoke through the open places of the building, with the intent-on of nlnoying the nladies and gentlemen inside with their disgusfting practice. 1 have been informecd upon good authority that they do something worse than this, patting dirt oni the palisading outsido the Chapl, natud, whent the womaen are coming out should they place thieir hands on the ga...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

(To the Jlltor qf/ the ?ri[ers' Advoctle-) Sin,-Let uoe, through your paper, a: k the many who "ire iinterested in avingt a good road fironl ~Vallsel to Newcostir, lhow much liaCer they intend to allow themlneltve, to be trifled with ? I.-Recall what is required. 3.-A culvert bridge by M11. lifiris', and road to tihe saw mills at Dark Oreek, one mile. and bridge over the creek. 3. A. hlidge and approaclles at Smith's corner, obviously too much bfor the Lnmbton Council to undtertke, niaftor iinking near two miles of trunk road. 3. A piece, not quitii a mile, to effect a junction between the Hl'lanton and Lamb ton portions. II.--Recall what has been done.--No thing. 1. Three months ago it. wis nderstood that the Government lhad contracted for these, yet not a tree is folled. 2. In a letter to the member for the Counnr, Mhr. Sutherland says he had not yet mnade ulp his mind whether to do the work or not; 3. As to tlhe road thr'ough "no corpora tion land," and from iVtllisend to Newcast...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

OriginaI L vorrco;ln?onct c. I LcL it Le distinctly unldarstood thllat wc do nlot identify ourselves with thie opinions expressed by ,nlr corl'cslponloet. All commiuliucntionls mIusl t have thie nanlcs and adndlhrcnses of tlhe t'ritl's Ittachecd In(ot ne1CessLtlily for Ilublicn tion, but as a guarantce of good faith. J

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CHARGE OF ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

C~IAIIIO O1 AwS'AUI.T, At the Wc\cst uiutlaud liica court, yesterday, Joselph Alucbuy. of Grcta, was charged with haviog assaulted \\illi:mL 11uildersuon ,n the 8th inst. Ilr. I-. Levicn lappleared in support of the clutrge, and the defendat pleaded not guilty. According to the evideelce of the complainanlt, the assault occurred in the Greta coel mine. ])efedanllt struck himi. knocked him down, and struck himt twice 'htile I.c was dlown. ])efcndant dteiced having st;ruck com plainant, alleging that heu te:d fallen down, andut further declared that conplaintant had nmade some remarks of an offensive cllullractlr respecting defee - dant's wife. The bench ordered the defendant t(, pay a fine of teell shillinigs, togethcer with one guice pIlofessionall costs, nud tis. tid. courtb costs; in d fault of paymecnt to go to gaol for seven days. 1 ) fcrelant was allowed four-:een days to pay the flne. -.Murcrc..

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE NEW BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

THIE NEW BIUTOIIERi. As will be sccn by adlvez'tisejnt~,it olscwlicr~c, Mr1. Jobu~lonl (whlose teals wer~e asccepleldtsme tinle syo in p'ublic luecti lag) ilit""lis oi~cni r Iifi hiS lut IIC lihii: cstlailaaeetiiiu t~v ays wlzz ie itllcnslis it) ing meat. 5. ii I~~rel III hi tlmitl ISIS IJcarL dloiii by~ 'A' liataliitlia IIICIIS I'CeCatly., air fIlt Sit tCaaISI I)Jrcvio)USIy nati fld.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

,ypi . TOQqOURL. SUBSCItUES. Subscribers failing to roccivo their copies will bblige us by innlijug .apfplication ait the oflicc, . or any'of our Agent~, whosc names .are - n a on pge 4.

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MR. TODD'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

nIR. TOI)D'S HALES. AH will be seen by an advertisement, Mi. "I. Tidd's nile of four drughlt hlorCiwitlh Ilnlliess and dray. ncd also a lot ofu seaddles aid ilspril-cnrt hanrnes?,, takes place this day at Mr. uIundy's lotel.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

NOTICE.. Lambton Subscribers and Others. OPIES of the MIINERS' ADVOCATE can ALWAYS RlE OrnTAINED by applyiug to Mn. WV..T. DENT, near the Church of England, Lambton. ,4~ ? 1s.r itecfai stle Agency. - - M "R. THOMiAS NEW, Hunter-street, *MJ'(lat' Lott's Mill Store), has" been appointed AQEF,T:FOR THIS JOURNAL in tNewcastle, inp.place of Mfrs. Paine--from Lwhom copis' of tlAe: ADVOCATE, andl adty informatioar. "iconccrning - AD VER TISE iMENsTS and JOB PRINTINa;e:an alwoa.s hbe. obtained A Miners' Advocate Qfice, - -allsend, 2nd March, 1874. - YEDNEQDA.Y; APRiL 18, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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DANGEROUS TANK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

DANGE.ROfIS TANKJC. WVe w??I to draw tile Iat.tcnlion of someblod'y to the unlrote'lced state of alarge tank, full of wat r, sitatted betweet n 'cMrs. Hearth's and Mr. John DUavi P'lattsuIhrg. It is in a pI ace where a. good de:L of' trrf?lic goesC oin, and the other evenling a lady and a couuple of chtildrcn learly walked into it. 'Jhere are only a few old slabs over one side by way of protuc tion, and we are quite sure, if it is left itl this stati a fatal accident will result sooler or latcr. We would a.dvise our encrgetic policeman, constal.l Leolnard, to see about the matter. W\e believe it is ont ground bclongitng to M1r. l'ishcr.:

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Victims through the Late Dispute in the Iron Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

Victims toir 4 lthe. Late Dlspute : an* I Wa n .I Tridle. SoME short time ago w annolurnced to our readers'that the dispute-?vith thel Iron ..orker? had been settled, and we natiurall~y ex'ipectd that things woula have gone oin' rquietly as the?v dlid )reious to the lock-out taking, p~ace, lnd that aniy angry feelings that. igLh't IT~ e-arisen., auring the heat, of thce struggle would have -been forgotten and for ".'b,.gi l :sides J'ii, t ;in .?this, we.,have; ?41en. woet'ullyr disappointed, -:for no sooner had-the-men-resumied work than several of them who took t liprmiinieint part, reeeivedl -notic;tor.quit under the excuse tha't they hal .asgurplus, of laibour, ,and consequently; tho~ese men are now out of empliqyment. It sJ hardly possible to sany who are.most to blame,- the -men or the masters, for these leadinig mol beinng thrown out of their tm abyment.. In the first place, it shows tl.T,nt~t m~Ltbjjcmukyc rs the men to stand by and see their fellow wVorkmanc sacrificed becau...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BRILLIANT METEOR. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

?RILIAN?T MICT rTOR. On Mondny eveninjg a very irilhillt. inceicr was observed by a great malnny in Vallme?nl. Ite coursc was from North to South and travell...' a consider ablc distanllce before dis:plpearilg, camitting br ghut sp;arks nll the way.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Visit to Anvil Creek and Greta. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

Visit to Anvil. Creek and Greta. A enw days back we visited these cbllierioa for the purpose of inspecting tho workings, &c., and also seeing the township of Greta, which we can briefly describe in a few words' We arrived by tboh 9 o'clock train, and were aInded on" what is known in the redl-tape depnartment of the railway line as " ]?arthing's. platform," and, although we had been in formed that the township was a veritable fact, we.looked in vain for anny signs of it; and, from where we stood, could see nothing but trees, and pleasant-looking grooeen fields 'on either side; and, if' we felt a little dis appoilitod at noit seeing imuch sigiis df civilization, our first impressions wereo not unfavourable.,, We found a friend awniting our arrivaltionn whmb assisted to bring to light the black treasures buried, in this lo cality-and he cordially welcomed us upon our first visit to &imvil 'Cioek, premising his introduction by saying that. ha heped we would apend the day...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

WRILErTLlG. On Saturday last; a wrestlwg mnalch for £E took place between John Hudson ind Ieobet Ethertoln. It was to have come off in llr. D)ut:cnn's paddock opposite theite ic ite w-al ]-Iotel, but Constable Leonard interfered eenuncse of the rite chlersen being too near the strcet, wlhen t he compelIRi toIrsw:ont t downI on the ,\allsend cricket groulndt. -leudson won the first fall, Etherton? got the hccond, ndl ludson the third, so tlhat the Inttcr 'was declared tile victor.

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EIGHT-HOUR CONFERENCE OF THE IRON TRADES IN N. S. W. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874

IRON TRADE?S IN N. S. WT. .V have received the following circular fron. the Secretary to the ~Sydney ironworkers (Mr. 1?dather) i "To our fellow-workmen, and the general public of New Soutlh Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand. InII shbuitting our second Finaucial Ileport, we bag to thannk you for thie assistaince so liberally given us during tihe late disputec with our 'nlomn e's. I1 is needless to recnpitu aInte the circunmstances that gave rise to tie dispimllte, or to commlllent upo its difl'eremt stages, suflice is to say, that, through your liberality, we have been enabled to Ilace the ,ighlt-hour system on a firm basis, frlom wlhiich we have little fear it will ever be shifted. W'o believe out of this dispute much gool will come to the working men of these colo nies.' It has been the means of bringing us into closer union tinhan has hitherto existed and we trust that this unity will be yet further comented, so that questions affecting oui mutulal interests may le con...

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