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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

T1I1R AUST|AIIANI.I OINTMNT. To lesers. Hlow & Co., ,'y'noly,-1clear Sirs. -A\ short time ago iay little sol .playit?g about, fell illto the filre, aand 1iet ithe kettle of boili ,g water over 1him, sevtrly hSelilhtgi himself both back anld frollt. 1 (.aoied a doctor,. who attended him for a fortnight vitlh out doillng milch good; after lhichlI got some Australian Oinlthment, the use of·which alone in three weeks completely. cured hima as well as ever. I thitlnkTlhis worth kozwhil, as alny on0e liable to suchi an nccident 11nay have a remedy at hand.-H. 1B. BILIETrT, N~orth Shore Ferry Bolat.-Advlt.. IIJUBC;OMEE'W (: ' i PIJI3TAC EE'IJN(' of ic~ l12abiltlflt* of[ tlIc A )ist netc Ncw~s~ thle jbLiJJ'1s Of h)(ctitiohni2Ig Palini ubc l i tof~Iolrit' I'oi ie .EALG :o A :' Ih(O of hhuc iAW f~l ItOAD) fr~om Ne eti tolahscutl \il W' tic J~l iii Tlrhmu~nuiT]v·.~ 2:seds An ll, ut: MiI ,Jiiiiii Stokecrii, J)ruidis' I, Lauuuhutonl, etha~- mL I ul~ Cir --!~ T1HOM L SAPF IBoots. Boots. E...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORT OF COAL FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

EXOI?OIT OlF COAL ViM, U XEI?VCASTLE. The export of coal for the week ending ]?'iday, .April 17th, 1874, anonltted to 22,796 tons, 6873 tons of which were shipped to Sydney, 8225 to Melbourne. 903 to Adelaide, 1572 to Wallaroo, 808 to New Zealand, 5;i8 to New Caledonia, 240 to the Clarence ]river; 498 to 'Manilla, 533 to Shanghni, 4229 to Sain FIrar cisco, 850 to Singapore, )950 to Clhina, 48: 3o the steamers, 1404 for hIolle colIsOll"ption. 40G0 tobns were firot thle A. A. Conlpanyt's pits; 598?) fiom tVtlllsend,; 2807 from ILt.umb ton ; 4725 from Wraralnah; 2752 froom thu Co-operative Co; 1005 frotm New Lalllhtol; alnd 480 f'otm Anvil Craelc. 'Ihth expol'rt of cokO tlotllllts to 20 torlls fiolll t.he Co-o]pel ative Colliery fon Sydclne-v and e :w'Zetaltnd, andtl six tonsl fiom -the A. A. Conj:lmnty I'or - Sydtoy..

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

NE1V TALE. - As tile tale '".'lThe ]3ushriunger." is concluded, we intend. p~ublisling for our next issue u tuide of absorbing interest entitled " T'lhe lmysterious disnppeurance of .lohn, Acklund," which will be found highly entertining.ll

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

TO OUR SUBSORIBES. s.ribers failing to receive their coplet- will oblige us by making application at the office, or to -any of ou? Agents, whlose lnmes, are notified on page 4.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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DELEGATE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

DELEC-ATE MIETIyG. A meeting of the delgaiites of tipe Jline'rs Association of tlhe HTmtemr Rive<r. di.strict. will be oeld at Mr. Cairln's ihotel, Lun.bton, on. TlIurslday next, 31;rd instunt.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

aNewcstle Agency. IR. THOMAS NEW, Hunter-street, (late Lott's Mill Store), has been pointed AGENT: FOR THIS JOURNAL Newcastle, in place of Mrs. Paidie-fromn 7m copies of, the ADvocATE', and any* 'rmation chncerning D 'ADVERTISE <'NTS and JOB PRINTING'can always oitained. ,iners' Advocate Q/lice, TWallsend, 2nd Mfarch, 1874.. NO T.10 E. mbton Subscribers and Others. 'OPIES of the MINERS' ADVOCATE /.: can A.WAYYs an OBTAINED by. applying Mn. W. T. DENT, near the Church iof glnnd, Lambton. *ORTHIUMBERLANfD RECORDER. WEDNESDoAY, APRIL 2o, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

i LOCAL INTELLICENCE. L''ALLSIEND ANI. PLATTSBUI-G. THlE. PITS. 'j1L0 Vullrsel]iem und Co-oper ative pits ea .h] woared both shifts on Moondau, but were idle vesterdlay in consoequence ofthie election fTo uldermen. -

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The District Court-house Question. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

l e Distrlet Court-house Question. :i thhe public meeting held at Lambto "on: londay evening last has confirmed tie. tion of tile committee appointed to draw ,areport on this subject, and have sent a ujputation to Sydney 'to sai't upon -the holn. LoNraL. SEORETARni, and present 'him tht?a petition praying that the osite. for. itrict: court-housoe be chosen at Lmnbton, 'may beI. a little too late inl, giving our ,inion ointhde sai bijed. eHbver, fiom our nfig :know0ledgqe of" the ? Hon. Hiny?n niuos, we think iov will beipretty co atre prophes3ing thatthe labourMs of ,thle conil See and deputation, wille fAlitile. ; ,And i this reason Mr, Panics, -with his keen: hltedness, and batin' ever ready: tddelay a cs'l ion or polititaely- put a' deputationi- off tloult offence, willrlook at the subject in :: ight : "Waratah wnnts thik uourt house i eir town, Lambton wants it there, and 10 e:end, fitrther inland, thinks it should| _roect6d there; and puts forth as an 'prgument'on their side th...

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 — 22 April 1874

(To thle Editor of the .Ainers' Advocate.) MIn. EoDITona-I always dlerive muchl pleansure tIlol leadingtl tile Aliner' Advlocate anlld I admlilre its unhesitating expression*.. UInt on :rending its columns on Saturday, thle i 1 inst. I was thoroughly astonished, .by more thui ono authority asserting I ha painful fact of the Borehole master dcnying in iadvance onI thle leatdilngs in accolrdance with his colleaguoes " Thle Asssociiate.l ilaslelrs." This is aII eventTl report. Wh \y, Sil', should such an limposi lion be kept quiet for so lonlg a1 time? \Where was your corresplondent, and where was our traveiling Secreltary for year and over ?: Do you thiink for a momellnt, Sir, if thle like of this hltl beenll publishled in the MIlierd' Adrociitei, i.nd hadtl beo dmllt withl ly thle diferenolt lodges, and folwarded to arbitran. lion, that it would havel been rectified lon.g ago. ''lhe idea of the nllrrow worki.ngs. of IL colliery boein stopped ulltil n flood of ulnskilleld labour ellne...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE WALLSEND MUNICIPALITY. POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

THE WALLSEND MUNICIPALITY. POLLING DAV. Y'.aSTianAr (Tuesday) was a gala day for Wallsend, mnid will-long be remenmb-red. WVe miight venture to say that from hence forth thile inhalnitants will allude to it as the comnlncelment of the town, which in reality it is, for the " Bonovoms oF WAnLsi.sn," is now an accomplished fact. The interest felt in the result of the elec tion was intense, aucl far greqter than any thlin" we have ever before seen. The whlofo of the inhabitants turned out en icusse,. and, both fhe WVallsond add Co operative pits ne re lain idle by thie miners to 'ive every one an opportunit3y of voting, ance to add to the eclat of the day's pro ceedings the splendid WVallsend band turned out in full, and played inspiriting tunes around thie town; and after tihe,Returninuo Ofticer announced the result of the poll, they again struck up a popular air. Te interest increased as thie day pro'ceed; mnid by five o'block there weore about 800 persons assembled outside the Assemb...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

t'4' .(6Edifejr of. the .Mioersi' Advo~cji) $i,-In justiao btwvoeen mnn ald anqug n venaloe to .ane . opimfoq to. U1e nat!\r0 of the letter tathutappo t r 'il.~tl Sn t Sa4tnrday'n iasuo signod 'I4?.:. ' ' i ? eyidQ tly znm qd up in his salim d to k9op t MaL~t·,or4 Il hiroi lizg eloected ats Aldr 1pen f'mr t u?e.p.tpnl?dity of Y~allse1tdi. But, Sir. it :sclear to my mnud t$1 tihe statesmonts that are I;jdo in " .A sinler." l'ttvr it the result of a prjua .died a mia?l It , is rcilly paissiful to readl such ultsfir Ultdunaobitrutahla 4lataateets falliog fraaa the lips 4 iacetoandd Imatrioth; bu?t, Sir, to say the least, thes.' Mana~erys reoferred to in '"A A liner'' letter Iry fellow-eitieoll, anid as suh, are enctitled to the honoars auld ?1'ivileges of citizons in connaon .with other nlou. I presaume that "Miner" will froeely. admit this to ho the .prerogativa of each olector, wlhether mnator or msns. Sir, the " linier" 0o9 on to say-" But I 'on littleanov??e guai ota ioly that in J...

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THE VENTILATION BILL. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

THIE VENTILATION BILL [CosrntrvusIcATED.] T;HE miners' bill is a matter that cohcerns thie minihng district at large--mchll of the interests of this coloriy gre involve'd in it. It is to be hoped that our leading men here a ad elsewhere will not lose sight of this imnortant question, but will continue to use every means necessary to secure a bill to protect this large and important iitereslt of the colony. Should the: matter not be settled before another general election, we trust that when the next election takes pl?lce that the question will be so pressed lhome as to make it felt in Parliament, and secure tle desired object. Thlere appears to be sollme. ldefect w?ith respect to select com mnittees. Seldom do we hear where they have gone to, or with whomitheir results may be deposited. Witnesses of competence in their respective. callings may have been examined, facts of great valne collected; opinioUiS, the result of long rond laborious experience, combined with high professional ...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

(To the litor oqf the Miners' lAdouocste.) Sri:,-Vill you kindly give insertion to the cn cloned copy of a petition to 'irliniiment, the adopticln of which I intend to prolpo.se at lthe meet ing ca\led by the IMayor of Lanblton for Thursda'y, the 2rlrd, aswill beseCOn in your advlertisin columnIs. I slhould havel liked a meeting to be hold at each place intercsted. baht Now Lamnblon has no recog nisoed head, ?d Wa1llsend has not us yet, and time is prccious. L:t each place illLerested send some represeicintive to the mreting. I lhope the cuoltey mnIIlUgers wiilla ll iLtend, at!d eLvC the weighzt of their infltunlhlCe. L acknowledge fully all efforts hitherto nmade, but an united, ilhri effolrt is ieodedl, to pull altogoetler. Jet us make it, and w\e shall not fail. S Your obedient seriant, J. S?ICOEI. 'OOD. " That your petitioners are inhabitants of the colliery district lying betweenzi Newcastle adll \allsead, ini iumber about 10,000. "' 'T?lit, for uInazLy ye:arl past, a large rle...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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[?]WCASTLE SHIPPING. [?]ESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

kWCASTL1 r SUIPPGx - 5SsELs5-LOAPINtt AND TO LOAD. '.rie, 413, Irvine '.=merican ship, 553; Foss; to. loead Valls Ship, 1199, Hillmanu ; to load WQalisdcl 'hire ship 1238, Jones to load lamnbtou mea, barque, 43G, Lanburg; to load A. A. ey Hall, ship, Jackson, 17734 tlolad Walls orn, Norwegian barque, Heoll, 544; to load rallsend. "' " barque, 4 8, Brown -ling Hood, ship, 720, Robertson to load '-in,, American ship, 829, Guest ; to load New ,amlton " der, barue, 377, Parker ~hip,. Miller 51 ; to load Wallsend icraig, barque, 526, Trovitlt; to load iwaratah -., barque, 437, Todi. - a, barque, 400 Scarl-tt ; to load Lambton an, barque, 480 Um nton it, ship, 853, Robinson n, barque, 450,McKCay . ' omens,- ship, 1439, Christianso ; to load .'allsend s Iredale, barque, 623, Daweou o isle, barque, 347, Iadcliff;- 'to load Co iperative - " Gladstonse, brig, Lane.; to load-lamrnbton n of' the Age, ship, 757, \Montgomniery ah Sovereign, ship, 1298 Randle; to load Anvil lam,.htbque, 51Q, Whiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

A COOK and ,ADges. 263 CurC-streCl;, Newcastle. TWANTEI ),,tia 1MALA.GiENElIAL SEIR VAN' Apply to MILS. FLE'JI~jER, * Co-openive Colliery, S. Wale. l..d. For "Sale, TVWO ALLO'l ENN'J'S of LAND in Rrooka . town. n easy. //- /L. THOMAIS, ' 220 £/ LOlendor. ~/ For Sale, PIFr Y TIHOUSAND PIT PROPS, 21 / /P1 " . THOMAS, 2190 ' C / '?'" Glcndor'. G'ran Ba na RIere.iuineints. A GRAND IUI nd REFIIE IJBMENTS will be held in tl. IEI i AUIT' ' yAJ.L, Lmnnlton April 24th, 187?in I of the l UNDS of the EltMAN B1 IBAD. ) . : D)ouble Tic afrj..,. Single Ditto sa. Gl. S ncc at e ilf-pa I ..n . .harp. B=l 7T_? z _. . ,oo.., uat ' Q r Aceidelnt hclief A COhItf~l' sX" . a -£1.jT f(,r thue anloe w.ill be he b 'H('DAY EV'ENING:, 2.9rd inst., for the tlloso of bringing the fund to a cloEe. All Rccp ts against tholonnitlen to b, sent to the So etary on or hefre the above dato. IROBIERT 'TUR'I'ON, 231 Cha irman. STEAM TO YDNEY. T R ST P 'iIBLA. .- UD, Commmander. " Fro n Steamrn -Vlharf every TUESDAY, TVED...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

e nnTO CORRE tePONDENTS. ondonts sure requested to adhere to tihe ol eng suggeslionrse to o sure insertion: To write only on one side of the paper, to write in clear and distinct characters, and to avoid all scurrility or offensivie personalit?y. IEach writer will he required to forward his or iller name, not necessarily for publication, but anq a guarantee of good faith.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Garden Calender for April, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

Garden Calender for April, 1874. itclen Garden- If you have any large cablbage uta in seed beds,'plant them out in rows. Plant oulinaryhberbs. Ea rth up your celeryasrequired. tinue to sow petas, broccoli,lettuce, onions, turnips, ish: beans, cabbages. Dress all your beds, thin g out carrots, turnips, parsnips, &c. And at your ant time prepare new beds, treneling and man ig an unoccupied ground-Flower Garden: Plant erent kinds of bulbs, such as tulips, &c. Flowel shrubs herbaceous plants mnay bIo propagated and isplanted. When tender plantshave to be re ved keep as lmuch earth about the roots as sible. This is a good month for making edges ad borders: hox. lavender, thyme, daisies sea ks, &c, make very nice edgings; btut when so cannot be carried out in sufficient quantities, ood border of turf looks very well, but it must -ays le kept very clean and well trimmed :bardl and Fruit OGardenc : Plant raspberry, goosa ry, strawberry, and clrrantis.. Gather ill rip...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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THE LATE LIBEL CASE. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

THIE LATE LIBEL CASE. (To thle Editor of the .Afin' Atvoct.e-) DEAR LMn. EDITOa,-I see by your Saturday's paper that the noble sulm of di42 148s. hars ,been subscribed towards the indemuification of the Ad vocate in the recent lawsuit, contributed by or amnong 1700 miners, whoso interests you have so nobly iand fearlessly advocated, end whose ri-hts and lil:erties you have so successfully dcfended; alnd you have done it when no one else would do it; yeou have dcne it in the face of menacing capital ists; donec it when no one else thought it worth tLheir while to mneddle with it ; you have donec it unlil you have created an interest ili their favor t]hey never hadl in their district or in the colony be fore ; you have ldone it at the risk of your own liberty ; you have done it through the medium of your vnalub!e andu inidependent journ:a what they could not do for thenmselves ; anl I ask if the sub scriptions are to be taken aIs a critcrion by which to judge of their ippreciatiton of...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

* .OrigiutalU !t'ovrc;tpe encc. SLet it be (iistinctly understood tihat we do not "identify ourselves with the opinions exproesed by onu correspondents. All commnunicatioIIs must haive the names and -addresses of tie writers altached, not necessalrily for ]publica tion, but as a guarantee of goo?d faith. J

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MUNICIPAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

MUNICIPAL 1'IIOCEEDINGS. The fortnightly meeting of the Council mot on Monday evening. Present:-The Mayor, Aldermen Bell, Watson, M'Miclhaec, and Harper. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. tCOIIIESPONDENCE. Letter from the Mayor of Lambton, on the Conference, to inform'the Council as to what was required. ItEPOlT'. On the motimi of thIe Mayor, seconded by Alderman Hilarpur, the following accounts were passed :-Valuators, £8; ])r. Knaggs, stationery, -£2 14s. Cd.; G'l'onicle, advertise ments, £1 l s.; less 25 per chit., £? 18s. Od. ; labour, .£12 1 ls. Od. T'olal, £24 l6s Sd. QUENTION8. Alderman HIarplur: Did you etlcll on the Minister? Answer: Called.o thie Minister but had nob'bronght hIis papers. MfAYORI?S MINUTES. Enclosed Streot.-Ald. Ilarpur thought thie Imri'overnient Corunittee might take the matter into consideraltionr, as there was no gr'eat business of importaince.; .anrd moved tihat tile)- go into coumnittoe of tile whole. SThe Mayor expressed hr...

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