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THE STAR MAMMOTH TRO[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
TiLEa 5'r4 MAMMnrori 'irnol'1'. Tlis troupe made their first upp'earonce on a 1VaWt end stage at lHarris' AsemhIly ]i n ws, on Monday evening ]iast, an-d perfor sucesfully to a crowdedl house. Thie entitabinlment onlsistoed of songs by Messrs. B3ronl sy atI iMargetLtA, and per forming on rings aid ropes by the ?e?ers. Jullian in a very clever mannler. Signor Frerra'is' per forming monkeys were very good, and went thlr,,ith some astonishing freaks to the delight of the audi cunce. The. entertainment was repelated hlr nigh'. but unluckily the change in the weather inGterfred greatly with its success.
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
NEWCASTLEB SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO.fOAD. Highlander, American ship, 1353.; Wilcombe; oy Todizig Wal~lsend ' Esk, barque; 413,lrvine " Frances Thorpe, ship, 1229, Buck ; loading W allsend ncadina, ship, C62, Baarneson, loading Varatah - Horsa, ship, 1094, McKinlay ; to load Wallescnd Lammershagen. German ship, .46, Paul; to load A,A. Co. St. Jeanl, French'ship, 557,. Delmolino; loading * Lambton . , Pacific, Anmerlican ship, 553, Foss; to load Walls end . Poonah, ship, 1119, Hillman n ; to load Vallsend Ludovic et Charles, French barque, 381, Lefevrc, 'lodding Lamhtoii . leuvencua, slhip,.999, Ml'Gowan Annabelle, harque, 384, Stephen ; to load A. A. Co. Forfarshire, ship, 1238, Jones; to load Ltaibton Andromeda, barque, 430, Labubrg; to load A. A. Co. Xnion;sliy Hall, ship, Jackson, 1773 ; to lonad Walls end Hvideorn, Norwegian baGrque, H-coll, 544; to loadl "?Vatllsend. P. O. ., barque, 291, Law; to load Co-operative IRifleman, ship, 718, Bishop; to load New Lamnbton Lillic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
Proclamation by His l xccllency Sir lrIctUlEr? (COiJtol ]llOnEIrT IOIulN.ON, hlliglht (tobn - nmander of tile 3lt t Dlistinguished Orcder of Saint Mlichael and .Yaint George, Governor unl Connander-in-Clhi of the Colony of New outhV Wales attd i) D)CpendncietC, and Vice Admiral of the same. W ETTJJRE?Al S the MuI siplitioes Alt of 1867 ) Iprovides for the co stitltion of a Ahmici pality on receipt of a l'ctitio sigled by not fewer thinu fifty piersons v?ho woul, upon incorporation, ble liable to be assessed forr lunicil:l taxes in o s:ect of prolperty or IhounCldl I resLInce within tihe area proposed to be no jino:pJrated. And whereas a Petition, signed by ti> hdre?ltC and csventy three persons liable to bso e sess?t upotn iuchn corporation has been rc'ived !y the ?nvernor, preyin. for a h1 lhicip . hi to a styled " loriough of 'Walnsend : n"wII 1 s tLhe nbllstanlllee and. ..ayer of .su ?, h: ,e:- ,,y puulinhmed ii the Goe ? t?.t lb- 1 ehl ;e in accord once with sai A.X -. Iefore...
Garden Calender for April, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
Gartdenlalender for April, 1874. Xitchen Garden : If you have any large cabbage plants in seed beds, plant them out in rows. Plant ,alsoculinaryherbs. Enrth upyour celcrynasrequired. GCoitiriie tosoivwpens, broccoli,lettuce, onions, turnips, radish, beans, cabbages. Dross all your beds, thin nling out carrots, turnips, parsnips, &c. And at your vacant'time prepare new beds, trenching and man uring all unoccupied ground-Flower Garden: Plant Sdiffecrent kfI;ds bulbs, ach as tulips, &c. Flower ing shrubs her ceous plants may be propagated and transplanted. : en tender plantshave to be re moved keep as smuch earth about the roots as possible. This isa good month for making edges sound bhrders:.box, aInvender, thyme, daisies sea pinks, &c., make very nice edgings; but when thesd cannot be carried out in sufficient quantities, a good border of turf looks very well, but it must always bh kept very clean and well trimmed Orchard and Fruit Garden : Plant raspberry, go...
THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER XIV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
THE B.UaSHRANGER. ' BY HALX. W^A.LSTAB. Ci-'irlAi XIV (Continued.) '" J can. Ah ! Bliss Egortoni, ] am eafraid you do not put mu uchl colfid~l:ce in Imy courage; bLut I was not anlivnys the m;iscrably lnervous cronlre I . I Ilail spiril, enough once," shle said,snadly, ".and I do not think it all gone .even now." SOh,. I am suro you.halve .spirit enough," saidd'' e', " or you'cotlid not be such a fear less rider. To be n'rvons is not to be a coward." . '. Ma nina is'nl.a cowaird," sid little BMinnie, . for .s?l Id lId a annke that calie into tlhe litcllen, whnle bhitlg' t rnn nway, crying S"'fuJii:'der!" li id the liltle girl laughed at the recbllcction of Miss O'T0olc's terror. ' m' C"im; ; *Miss 1]oterton," said Mrs Brentford, '" and, give ns soirtem-itusic to drive away our 'feais oi' nss'f ,his formidarle bishranger. . An.'di. u'd it--istni?lg to. iM'aide's singing and .,playing, tl'ey sooi- lost all 'tlhought of the i-.rdotibtableo Red Jralr. THE AT'TACIS. .': r'The lfirst' nig...
POETRY. WEE JOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
· .,:PZO-,Z----^ ^ ' - . VWEE JOCK. ""'' To equal wee :Jock.was there o'er sic a wean- I His tricks, so uncouth, often puzzls iy brain ; Ever redtless, he gambles frae daylight to dark "As cheery and blythe as a midmunmer Inarla rk I Te clhhlis on the olihs, awd eioften conoeas doon W Vi'ra tnmble, thribloav's .aaJolcark onEihs cioon: Tihe, on-tho hearth-stanic, w.i the kitte .he plays,. Andigal}bles, yet nanue o' us ke? ?, whatj&i says. ArAnJ car.na but laugh, for he's rifo sac jocose WVhln he .picks up a Iook, aud pretends to peruse ; A~d whiat a qnuear lok henutiS on as lhebccks And koks at. the ct through his grandfather's yA ,ly, like a.weasel, 1ie pops out and in, . .Bct aye on mischiefnid making a dii ;; bVhiles in the wate-pail dookin' his hat, Ayj and bften he gi.'a the same dose tbo the cat. *Thhn oft with his bairow he ganigs to the street, .',CIn'a while lie retnrna just as black as a peat. - --is-ma starts the Hlyting as ilvard lihe trods VWi' his barrow?weel fi...
WALLSEND MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
S . woALLBEND MUNICIPALITY. As nmoit -of our readers adready know, to-day (Ivedaiasday) is the day set apart for the publio 'meoting of tlioe electors of the Borough of Wallsend, to be held at Harris' Assembly Rooms for the pur pose of hearing the Returning Offier (Mr. T'. Alnwlwiak) roadthe names of the persons sominated its Aldermen, and also their nominators. Mr. A.n wick: infoamnsus that he has received twenty-four nominations, but several of these have withdrawn frl;om the contest. We trust that there will be a strong muster of the electors present at twelve o'clook, and that the differentgentlomen nomiimatbd will publicly: favour them withi their opin'ons on matters generally.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
Nervousness, Debility, Loss ofPower, Spernatorrhca. , .. Indiscretion of Early Youth, , ·" Syphilitic Diseases lIN all the above cases '" arising..lrom errors ill L, yicldi g to tha parssipn," no,tiz9o ilToulld be los' .to at?once arrch' the progress o4f tlC' disea.?o . D R. L. L. SM ITHY! lhas devoted hiniself for twent'y years in the colony atL the practice of this branchl of hiq.profcssion, while "cpreviously, in Englanild, he wss thie pupil of and ra'ctised w;ith tihe clclbratced Dr .' ~'. .'CulerPc ell the only'iledicnl. practitibner bibho'bv6r kcelusiv'ely, adoptl tjhiAa' th oe nsole batch'. f.lis profession: Dr. L. L. SMITH-. hlornliy inforz ?sthc public.that l.iAs the only " Legally Qualtltcd McdicalIuin in Ihis specihlty of his profcssion ;" tlhant others ad~'er tisitg 'ire uniqualifledi m'ami that, therefore, in pro t?nling in le qualified, are olbtainilngm6ney unda .false prcltons. . . Dr. J,. L. st1IlTH also warnls tha,publio .'agaiist the ctanleric.'a'ilvcrtised: .If th...
THE BLOSSBURG MINERS AND THEIR PROPOSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
H-Ek :JlBr, sslsBUPRG MiTNFnS, ??ND -'.H]IlIX' P]ROPOSITION S. ' ' (1 ,.om etae \, "3inY hleerald.) T•lie fllowin is th.e adfiOss of thoie .miners of ho: bltalnillnons .coal rion "o'f TFhiogal county: 1.,ci- their eipchui.is finr a siittlem not of the diferioncos ecistin,' betweeon lthcn:. J1111 1'iiOl'osT1ION9 F01i VEACOI. Fil:st--]heo cr;nmlpnihic .'are tortwitlhlraw their Iefn~sal to jic' hitL menibei's of.the Miners' anril Lrhonrerrs' Jeio\volenl Assioointion towork] ill theii" colliories, and off'i": no flrthler obsLtru tion to the organientiont by iefnsingi thoem n pilaceto meet, o byY rmiing "forc or tlheant uf dilcha'rge o ot ?er disaiv?i~nt.,ges to bonr to provent any person. firot, joinling it.. 'And they areo to do thi', not as a concession, grat nity or favroni, bit" is smuily an act of jistice. nail an 6apliDi agreemnent lint thle right of .tleo,workmloen so to organizo is unaqnostionable, togal]y anld morally, andi any intefemeance on .the p(art of tm-eeamployers is e ...
WARATAH. MUNICIPAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
WARATAH. MUN1CIPAIL PIROOEEDINGaS. , A siirTiG of 0l?theotlhis Council took place on Monday, April 13. Present: G. Wollace Esq.(Mayor), Aldermen WVoods, Harper, Bell, M'Michael, Jamuos,' Watson, and Turner. Minitoes of previous mooeeting were read .and confirmed. COR5rSPI5ONDnENo?. From Mr. P. Orebert, North Waratah. " To the Mlriiioeipal Counnll, Wnaratah.-i cannot: help elsling the .Council's attention to what they 'eall' Orebcrt-strcct, Waratah, a draini having. been Scut on the south side during the heavy ramin We I, have heard such drain has heon illqscdby any carter .,..drivlng along, and even by the WVaratah corporation. The course of water being stopped it causeS the water to break out in several places, especially nrainst the Waratah Public School, leaving such a slush within thie said place, and takinrrg.the master over an hour to sweep it out ;it is washlring, away the foundatiou of the slhs. I anm in hopes that the Council will take notice arln see fiings rectified. Your...
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
IHAMILTON. (Proam an occcaional correspolndent-) T'mmE pits has been working well; but the principal parlt of the work appears to be up your way. - Many of oni' miners are very much annoyed at the paltry way in which the A. A. Com painy's men cauo out in their collection towards the lIto libel action against thle Advo cate. There is no place in thie district where there is a :great necessity for the men's in terest beiing watched than at this colliery, and I am pleased to say that everyone mwho reads the Advocate look upon it as tile work ing's man's friend. No doubt thoreo are men whocannot see beyond themselves at every cmlliery, and .I am sorry to say we are no ex coaptionl to'tho:rule here. IBut things wotild have been quite different had the parties who ire T'supposed to give information on such subjects done so. I was pleased when I rnad your able leader on the dispuiteo at Lambton, I guess Mr. Oroudace must have smarted under the lash, amd if you continnue with such articles,...
BURWOOD MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
DURWOQD MUTUAL IMPRO'VEMENT 800IETY. 'Tir following is anot~r-, contribution to the Star of Hopo Mh nsii iMnga ino in: con nection withl thlo. * ovesbii : "' * ' TOTA -BS S. , Tllii nT OUnIE .fon0 'DnUrIENNIrss .a.N : 'Drink is the greatest curso othis:w'i'l;d. It ruins -the constitution breanls, nl hailpy homes,, and. transfornis nian himself into a vary duemon.' 'How very lew lioi?loe thero nare that haveNiever felt tBil njof&in6ipiiinceo, nor had causoe'to ltauiBno o r Isomne.lfriend, fallen a viciin'to tlhat`'dadfulhabat. Some pobplo will toll you, i f'a iann goes mad, or kills himself with drirnl, that it don't hurt them, but the fact is thli don t considetr whethelr i.he drnnhard does harm them or not. Nearly all busuinos men Ihave a largo per ccntage of what they all bad debts on their books, and to make up for thii'thoy charge a ,u?iJwih wo ,. ti fI!1?li'rLm . t tnle.ll ovl could otherwise sell tlwen for, if efeiy one paid for what they got. Now, wbdt is the canse of...
EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
EXPENDX2I'JURE. 1873-Dec. 27th, Donations ... ... £19 13 1 1874--Jan. ]17th, ,, ... ... 99 0 0 ,, 20th, , . ... ... 97 13 O -Fob. 4th ?,, ... ... 1(;02 13 0 11th ,, ... ... 176 15 G ,, 17th ,, ... ... 195 2 0 23rd ,, ... ... 213 2 3 ,, ar. 2nd. ..... .... 225 19 9 ,, 7th ,, ... ...125 10 11 ,, 14th ,,.. .... .. 53 2 3 21st ,, ... 4218 7 , 28th ,, ... ... 37 7 S Loeal advico ... ... ... 14 0 0 Dologato to Newcastlo ... .... 2 9 9 Ditto to Victoria ... . .. ... 17 0 Deputies to Miners' Domonstration ... 7 8 0 ll and R.oom flont... - ... 14 4 0 Conferenco Box ... ... 7 Printing 12) 6 0 Nowslapers." 15 18 1 Advortishl S 0 7 Telegrahs.-:. " "5 Teleograms to Engaud ... ... 15 0 2' ostage . .. . . ... "1; 8 "3 E?xhihitiun Meeting . . " Confeeiouco ,xpnones . ... 42 10 2o SuorotarticH' S?lrios. ... ... ...0 16 0 Tctal ·Tulconio . £04 10 .lotal.Explnditure .. . 34 9 101 Shvo o?ha n i?d -ill . ll ook? vouher, o..of the Oonferoence, and foind the above correct.~, JAs. WTr'?rTooN, Chairman. JOH...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE COAL AND IRON TRADES. COPPER. THE TICHBORNE CASE. THE ASHANTEE CAMPAIGN. London, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
LATESTI TELECRAMS. [vu~oB r THE1 SYDNEY~ PAPElR1S.] TIlE COAL AND IRON '.I?ADES. COP1PEIl. THE TICIIIO ItNE CASE. THIE ASHI-ANTEE CAMPAIGN. Lonldon, April S. T'lce collie'ry proprietors 1(nd ironalnsters of'Scotlaund hove resolved upon a fuirtlher re ducltiion of twenty*per cent. in the rate of London, April 7. There has Ieen a fiurther fidl of £1 per ton in thd price of.colpper. ,London, Apir:l 12. Jean Luioe lhas been sen'tenced to seven years panal servitude for perjury; ancd lrownl, who related the story of Roger Tichborne's emlbmrlc natLion on board the lella, who was also coo victed of peijury, and senteniced to tire years'. imlprisonment.. The Eciglish lcress is favourable to the an nexation of Fiji. London, April 12. The dispote with referecce lo the nunuerical force of tohe army has hein conipromiised liThe Eimperor and the Iibcris nbigree to tioe st:ength of the reglacr ilrucy boing 101,0659 I1e11 flor seven years. Lo','cco, Armlb l1. CA CouastL cews to tie 19th March hafu...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
(PROM OUR VARIOUS COIRRiESPONUENTS.) LAMBT&lt;ON. AFTRn you loft the miners' meeting on Friday night, the following motion was discussed, viz: Proposed an l seconded, ".That any man taken oilf thn coal, either to wheel- or do any other work, shall got no skips for thlu days he is so engaged." Mr. wV. Smitlh-asked if'hny one were asked to wheel and refuse, would the men support themorn, as it would be a hard case if they would not. Mr. Dunn said they were aware that several young men had got on the coal lately, tlhroulgh making - an agreounmet with the manager to como out to wheel whenveor they were wanted for loss wages than was generally paid. cvoeral parties stated thalt no such arlangc mnot existed. Air. E. Davis said his son was one of the parties allilded to, and whio lie slarted to get coal, he commeonced with the undecrstanlding that he was to come out ani wheel whlcn required for 7s. 'per 'day, but since tliiihen hio has been paid 8s. and lie was quite willing to do ...
METROPOLITAN INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 15 April 1874
METROPOLIT'AN INTERCOLONIAL EXI-I]3ITION. " (Firom tha IHtrald of yesteday) THIE opening& lay (Monday) of tile Metro politau Inter colonal Exhibition could not have boon finor., Tho eoffo?ot. of a sunny, blitheo altoslhore. isurismisnitakablo bil such an event as an A'grioltiural Shoi.u ,Fneo?s all refloot tei' "rn ic of tlidh scono; they aire hllpier for* seeing otlhers' happy. The ladi'e, too,' dress gaily for tlio oocasion, and ill cadodlurs ard niore vvird in sdnlight." Udiiler the lioadin " Proelut's, raw and i;'niainfacirted ubf'iniiig.indusiry," we takeo the foIlon ig -'" The oCoeld epeoiifoens this.yeari o' eienarkaqbly good, having boi npropardd with vory grcat careo not so iatich-with a vioew of disph'yif' the primnest quality bf the coal as to show a fair section of the' wholoe seam;. Mir T: Brown, of the, EIskbank Col liery, Lithgow :Valley;? siidi s' veryicompletg section of the searn he is now working, to getlher with five blocks of coal from thle centre of the...