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WARATAH. MEETING OF WARATAH MINERS, NO. 4 LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

WARATAII. 1ffE¶r NQc QF WA1 TAH MIJE1s,8 NO. 4 TunE u~u;l xnonthly meeting of this Lodge was hleld on Friday evenitglhst, 17th inst. Mir. Peter Grant oooupied the .chair. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. - The first business w(.ts the consideration of' a notice of motion firom the A. A. Conm pany's miners respecting a conference on the pay of certain deficient headings. A discussion took place as to the cost of a condference, which, the General Secretary informed the meeting, would be about £0 or £7. A motion was then carried "That we, the Waratahl miners, are in fav6ur of a cdnfe rence being called to settle the B3orehole question." 'I'Theo ext was a motion from the committee .,commendung that n ifol of iixpeuoe lq e flicte itoppeapn c nitienier for !oin--tend ice ant tlhe monthly mne~ings.. 4 inotion was p?'liiosec|d thlt the minute he i)ot epnforced, bit ,i ? nnc ndmeti wajs sui caluently carrie':ttlist it he fi ltte, .. anotler mnpfioin wns tl)hen cpr iaed t ...

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

i.WOLLONGO G. . I uvprosic you t1ink that ivwe are rll dead down here, but wo aro'aliva nud active yet, and have most bonutiful weatiher just nIow, Tha pits areo working very hadly ltre :'at present, anld lasnt wok there wains nibo work front Tuesday to Saturday. ' On thea 7th inst. thi" Nol: Lodged6f tho Illawara Coal Miner's sAccidelit and Mutital Protective Associatiolt helld'. their risial quartaerly meetiig Whorl 'I'sany tlia No 1. Lodge, I rnaiy mnanttln that it i.t'tie li t.y Lodge int the diptrict aV lu19s1ii M' \V. aicaldalson ocpupied the 1dtlr,, nil, d aftet 'n ew reautrnls, )he oalled inltpo thl "acretanry Mr.. . T.' O"Brien tb ti tend thie quarterly iepclnt, whiich shuotytiia balancen (f &ti ov* p plenditur for the qur4 teri t, w\liplyi wpm.~tll o P utq of.ovrr do. to tjio iasopitio ti. ,nth bqnli. ' TWho loL?atpn ofpfficers then took' place whe! thn followiug 'wore returned, vi 4- Mrr. E. Sarl,, cairman " L Fo~v.eia Seettry i ]. ouwles trt?s?iaroi , antd Mless....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

ANVIL CREEK ANID GRETA. " STonY of a gun, or what Iny happen to a mln in Australin." About five months ago a young son of Neptune straggled along this way, bound down country Hle was ragged in attire, and woeful in appearanced. .He car ried in his hand an old.broken gnn, whiich ihe offlered for sale to several residents of tIhis locality. Hle tried to awaken their ?yijiathy by spinning a long yarn, abhout a chest of clotlhes in Sydney, whichl wo lul assuredly Ie loat to himi fobr ever if lie did noto reach Sydney that week; wonhl nobody give ihim anythinig for the gun; it was hiis only capital, and if ie-could not convert it into cash there and tiheni, rlwhy, hie would be irre ricevably ruined, tlhat is, as far as it is possible t rui , Jick thie Sailor. Notwith standing his fine story inone of dour neiglh hours coulld be itldced to buy an old gnin, until hie met otio Silver, who proved miore credulous and symipathectic than the rest. Silver reckoned the gun was not worth tmuclh, bu...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Meeting of Co-operative Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

iMeetink or i Co-oper*atlve Ifleijeu. O. Saturdacy evening ]asta well attended ineeootllg,of the Co-operatiye sitiners wvas. heold in Mr. Litnly's, Grpes 'InlnWallsedd. '?Mr. .1. Suirlln3ers occulpied th, h dttli, and it being the uounthly'a;eetiug fijit,-the roll eas first calledover, and the minutes of the pr~evi tiu ineeting wreo then rend cind onondo ied. A" discmissioln. took place on:the rate paid for dtloloent headiigs at' thie Boreholeo, whenthe follo ving resoliiti6ai was c;rirdis..; " That 1e, the Co-oporativeo iiieros, are in favour, of a confuorenc takillg place' respecting tile qua. tion in dispute at tihe Borehole." The balance sheet was also read and it shlowed the income for the past quarter to have boeen £170 Uls. 3d., and the expenditure £163 1Gs.. leaviug'a balnnce il?n.lln Imito 15s. 3d:, which, witlih'teir bank account .of £30, left to the credit of the lodge 863 15s. 7d. . . A discussion ensued relative to joining the Trade and Labour Council of New South \Vale...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Wallsend Horticultural Society. FIRST LOCAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

,Wallsend Horticultural Society. FIRST LOCAL SHOWV. CN Saturday last the first local show in con neetion with this association was held in the lung room of Mr. Trotter's Wallsend Colliery Inn, and certainly reflects much credit upon. hi oflicers and committee for 'the excelleut manner it was accomplished under many dlis, advantngeous circumstances. The ollicers of tile. Association are: President, IMr. J. Y. Neilsoim; Vice-Presi dent, Mr. J. Fletchcr; Secretary, Thomas Curry; Treasurer, Mi- .Josopli Trotter; Com mittee, D])rs. Schrader and Clarik, Messrs. E. Abel, R. Brown,. R.i.Maddison, R. Mus grave, WV. Patrick, J. Tylor, R. Steel, Thos. AlnwiCk, Robert Todd, and Jiames Steel. • This ,Association has only beoon .formed about six wielks, and is a kindhed one to that of our Waratah nleighibbou ut is not in tnaied to clash withl it any ovay. As an in stance of itsrapid jirogress' and a guarantee of its future stability .we:mention that there are:nirandy seventy aiemlbers;nmb:lled, a...

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

" OirE. 1,ALP,-ii i Bond, ot Duty Pai?sri-- " - 11R\NDI IDj--1Ien:,es.y',, '! nrl.I' ° J.lzles 1.i:iani. ril1 Asocei..d, ii. bulk ori cse. . 1?UM\P--Lonircr alsaid Lo?a.Ioi Hl:rti , i's o.p.. " OL,) JAMATil A. in ca,. WV[H0iKY,-IDunviloe's Kiniahlau's, L' L, and Stc - wl:t's, in bulk or cas, : :ENV.A,-Key or J. D K. Z., large and snmall (012 caliii r JCH A'I"P2-W'Volc's lukcleimk?mh's and IgolCtl's Arizinatin lEhiedam ". "OLl)D TOM-Siir I;. I;nrllt's a loberfrod France. and Co., ani Lowidlei'. - qli \VINE1S-l'ort nud Sherry, vaiious qualitiea Ditic--A?u.tralin, TJ Ch'icihael's Porphyry, W'Iyn: . i.iru's lUalvood, iud D)oyle's Ialoudahl I)iti-C-h?ipagic, Piper andi Perrits . ALES-Mlarriun's, ..Joule's and Dery's, in hogs heads Ditto--M.. Fnoster and HoI's, :eCnnent's. lass's Dvcenish anild Alhl;olp's, in bottlue Ditto-Castlemaiiic lBruwer'y, X nX ad Amber 'ORI'l'EI--l)it.lt. '**, in bulk and bottle D)itto 1l3ood, Ilyass's, Guiiess', and Pig trand, in bot~tle T'EA--hialf-chests and bo...

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

N1EW LAMBTON. , 1 TuE quarterly meeting of thle 'Primitive Methodist Sabblath School Teachers' Union. was..held on Monday evening, when the teachers and friends, numbering about sixty, sat down to a comfortable tea, provided by Mr. R. Dainty, of Lamrnbton. After the tablgs were cleared away, the usual pablie m-oting wae Iel .be. T ~c) eny, Ia(o qf Goulburp, presll .who.. 1n j..~r~e4'a l f hlumonrous speech, openpd the'D iIes of tlp ipepting. The minutes of the Iast mnoeebj?ig Ter.reea nrd confirmed. . - Jr. f'oblnson, wlr* read on passy qt the last quartcPly meeting, coiiented to alIn the essay to be pnblished in our perjodeiq)~ 2'he N. S. TV. Pdrimltive lcthodlsat. The formal business of the Ineetig sw)r then introd?oed, releting to tihe work of t|p onsuing quarter, which created an agi mated, interosting, and profitable diseussioq, in which several of the teachers took part, and was done in harmony and concot d each trying to promote the important work fT Sunday School tuition. On...

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THE BLOSSBURG MINERS' AND THEIR PROPOSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

TP1 I~li P1 IAPOt;JTIONi. (Io0 the Neo Yoril JIr.l,.) THni'E followintg is a plorlion of the ahdtress of •he miners of the ItLauLninous coal reIgioni 'f Thl'ioga country to thleiri empll'ers for a settle ment of thl?. difl' rences t ex.istig. betwesla S-e aredalso fully nawae thalot our clanimr.to ancd deniud for the.e reforIms has and will agaiin be met with thie assertion that' thle I.nw we live on and t;lhe business of our employers, evelry house and pig-lpen, every stliclk a'ind board of every feincd in our townshipis, naud every ronad that leadd tlhougl themn, Ielottg to themt, and that woe are simply tesinats at wvill, to be removed at pleasure, and that our only right in the pielmisel, if we do niot like the rule we live under, is to leave our homies here and seek new cues elsewhere beyond their jtrisdiction. To this we anuswer we were invited to comtc to tlhese places for ther employ. mrent we sought. In the far oil countries many of us came from, we had heard of the just an...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Latest District News. LAMBTON. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 22 April 1874

Lwbtest District' Newz. (F:OM oUl VARIlOUS COIRESPONDENTS.) LbAMBITON. PUBLIC MEETING. O• Monday evening last a public meeting was held in the Council Chlambers; to "re ceive the report. of the Court House Com mittee," and formally confirm tihe action of tho committee respecting the erection of a Court House at Lambton. T. Abel, Esq. (mayor of Lembton), pre sided, and after reading the. ndvertisement convening .tlhe meeting, .called upon the Secretary (Mr. Thomas Johnson), to read the report drawn up by the committee, as fol lows.:--. , Report of committee armpointced by the public, meeting held. in the Council Chambers, Elder-street, Lambton, April 9th, 1874, for the purpose of taking farther steps towards obtaining a Carut House at Lambton. " Your Committee beg to report that they met on the evening of the 9th, and appointed his worship the mayor, Thomas Abel, Esq., cliarman of the Committee, and Thomans Johnson Secretary. They also appointed the Rev. J. S. Wood, J. J. Hill, Esq.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

TilE WANTS OF WS11; PEIOPLE SUF1F PLIED AT'r LAST. S EWIN GC MAHINES! THTI CELEBLAT3T ED LOCKiSTITCH 'The Househo1d.' TTIHIS Mu i.:is so Simple thlnf.iny. rainflry Sperdon ?-rn to work it.~1rccl(.Ifly, anrd do the sone eIij b ,md~ exqenefl'e Fami ;l loi fled ,a the nor t. It 1s so 811 plo i troetion, a(ld conscquently less litble to ,Lt, ?of repuir, certain in its results, dur':ble in its parts, 1n(d adnpted to oll ki]ids of wolk rIcquiLd for Ite fulllily : it llts lthe under or folll-lnutloll Iced ; t.I bcst it uso, :anrd will itass fromt thr lineot nmulin to thc cutrse?tl without (t any rIteratOlion In th ldjoulstmtlL; it nIl k¢es tho Geanuillne Lockstitcl ALIKE ON 30TIH SIDES, so famous for its Stren,,tlh, Beauty, owl Durability, (and will not rip. It Ises a S ort Strlaight Nccdle, which is easily ad1usted to its pInCe. It rusl Rltpihlly and Etmily, either by I-land or Power. It Y'ILL SEWV ON ilk. Linen, Woollen, nId Cotton "Goods with Silk, Linen, or Cotton Thread. Pric. ... ......

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THE DISAPPEARANCE OF JOHN ACKLAND. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

THE DISAPPEARANCE OFP JOHN ACKLANDP (rnOM '"ALL TiE YSEARn OUND.") CHAPTERn I. IN- the- following . extraordinary narrative nothing is fictitious but the names of the persons. .. About thirty-five or forty. years ago, before the border territory of Texas. had become a state of the great Americain Union, a Vir -ginian gentleman, living near Richmond, received from a gentleman: of Massachusetts, living near Boston, a letter pressing for punctual payment of a debt owing to the lwiter' of it by the person to whom it wans addressed. The debt was a very heavy one. i It was a loan for a limited period, contracted \apnrtly on mortgage and partly on other less valid· securities.; " The period for which it . ?'iloriginally contracted lhad been frequently renewed'. at large increasing . rates of ijnte~ost. The whole capital would shortly be dule; andl.renowal of the loan "(which seems to have been asked for) was firmly declined, on: the ground .that the writer .of the-letter was now winding up...

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POETRY. THE ANGEL CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

ST1 ANGEL CHILD, ~, left tlhe silent cae for t~he land of 1p..e !Amt .??itoer ?t-mas added to thi sihining ones A ohild:oul floatup on high ?and in the solem The ittle spirit watcher givesi a- cea, seraphic light ; : ., -: " . . Pur4ingthe tranquil houe of God, it shines in per Pure-i sthe~ rewthnte~*C Stilling the tumult of the grief, within the mother's ' -breast; :JAud the music of ani infant's voice, that tiis would -,f? hush for ever. Comes.-warbling in .appealing tones acroSs the ., troubled river; , Soaoftly sang the ongel-clhild until the mother felt, !ihe presence, like a holy spell about her as she knelt. ? ,soothing calm ctame o'er h r, aid" a little . hpcl'd hand Felik' snow-flake on her lip, a touch of spirit X.lxnd, " soriseow faded as a dream, thlen caiie the gush - of so'ng, And the echo of the silver toines the zephyr bore , :along.• " O dearest one;" it seemed to say, "caine to our - . radiant shore, -You're on the confines of a land here joy is ever more ; An.d pr...

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MUNICIPALITY OF WALLSEND. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

MUNICIPALITY OF "WALLSEND. DEOLARA'TION OF, TIHE .POLL. As announce& in our last issue, tile first elec tion of nldornaii for the 'lnfiicipality of \Vallsend took pIlce on Tuesday last, and we then gave tlhe stat.e of' the poll as brieflly on. noncetld by the Ret'urnilg-Officer. On \Ved nesdayt , however, as providusly notilfleld, the offician l declaration took place in 1-arrlis' Assiemblly Room, in the presence of abount 200 rat epnyers, nld tlhe sanme good foeliin and ordcr p'evailcd as that whlich halis clharacter ised ltheu election froen tile counincenenient. At 10 OIclock, T. Al'l sviku, Esq., (the Ileturniii-O-l. ucer) camo Iobrward and .sadtl as the tiniio wis up hIe would' first read tile ad vertisciieint convejiing that mieeting, and tlhe nilnus of the candidates; but his fi-irst dntLy vwas to inflrm themn 'olfcially of 'tlie siite of lthe poll, the utliiber of votes pollcd by each candlidate, and also the names of the gentle men reOlirneod as alldriiaon and audit...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

Original Earrcepolibrncr. (7'ti/h Eillor of thre ;llin'e', .Idrhoco e'-) Stih,--] mu vr'y pleasu'1 to leoar. thant it is thlle inl tentiot:i of soile of ourt loeatill Imnoli to start; a I?'w Builiding Society in \Walhjand. 1 believe suvereal of thoso reo:si'iht 'in \Valllsel, who have taken uI s?lri'os lately in I the Tatnbton Iunildlilg Socilety, will Opp?Os t 0h co'lllouleille of llanother one heLre, hullt I hole their o'1ipooition will have no edr:€e I am quite well awaro tlhat the suecess of a l:u'lding Society entirelly ileplndu upon the ? I ntlOer of 8l'share lhohlll llll llo ?t purclasers of llleley, (111 11!I1. ut0 hl:l the diro.tolra of the Lanbhtol Society hotired thoensolve.l, alnd la lo1 I.cown its elnoleit 1' holding meetiings, &e., a Iuilthlinu, Sociuty at \all1seul woull ?t v ho hogt le t otf initil at ltau tw'o thirdls of tile alhlttd- tiime for the JL.lbtDo eini tlh ing Snoiuey had loxlpired. As they ha\vo not dolne this, itho lle Ole tot.lly ig?nolrlnit; of...

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Municipal Council of Wallsend. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

EIlECJ'](.)N 0]' MAYOR. LATwr evening (Friday) the flrtt meeting if the new Allermncen of this Council was held in iHarris' Assembly Iloomis. P'res:ent : Mr . l Alnwick (in Ilthe chair), Aldermen Neilson, Fletcher, HTarris, laing, Ourry, lIirlell, ]Ltogg, Richardson, and \\ralker. - 'The CIrIArnrsMAN .ild it dlevolved upon him, es lleturning-ollicer, to 1preside over "their meeting: until they elected their Mlayor, which was the first Ibusiness of thalt meeting. Ie then called upoil the alihdi'men to elect.lie 1Mayor. Al.hI-rMAN NEI~L.ON said he had Inucl ipleasuroiln proposinsg Alderman Fletcher to the olffice of layor, as he considered himn the right maln for that position. Ieo had kllownl himn for many yuearsl as a 1ni11 Of enlergy and jintelfligence, andI hadIl known him as an enemy and a friend, iut the longer he Inew him the more hle rcspcted him. (I-Hear, hear.) lie assured thems that whatever Ihlr. Fletchler dii woull be for the host interests of the whole Municipality. ALDI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

A['ST'i':AI 1.1 A\ N UI·N'.?13ENI'. Sir,--'Yoo have asked lle 113 fl atostifnolliel in re fercuc~ to the AustralianU Oinitmnt, in "whieh J gladly acede. ft has been freqIuently used in my familylnd 15housenhoIl, as well na :many. oters' fro equinting mly hotel, for arlouls piiiioses, say cuts, tuors, sealds, i:hasjiped lip. nailhoods, chafes, nud otLier abrasion: (of the skit 11n1 old soUres, with iim metliaeite relief : an gelltlllumin 'i o011 the intlerior to \wholll I hlae 1r conuIllolllldel it ml;\'e afterwatrds told Ime that they in tenLd alrit.ys to kelp it on theilr eta tiotns, &5. I LiII iot Otie who desires to apl)ear in testilunoial, s of thlis Jkiidl, ta the tle 'litlillt of others,q but yost hvlll viiuI as?sig l k iie th?l reIsCIllts of 1iy expCe riellee of tle 'was c of th Austrlalian (in illt?uci, T feel it IL duty to do so. .ours faithfully, .bosl. ? Vtr. ila?sl, Mfetronpnlitilan Hlt el, coro-er Kmilg ant Castlo rea'gh streeots, S·ydney.-AIdrt. A . Appy . .. 0...

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

(FI:OM Onl VAtIIOU. CORILRSPONIENT':.) LAiMETON. MIN?EilS' 3IEE'IN'G. A sicr.\ri general meeting of the miners ol No. 3 ,Larnbton Lodge was held in Stoker's HI-ll on \Wednesday evening lanst, for thle pur pose of instructing the DJelegate how to vote on questions to be entertained at thle Dl):gate Maeting on Thursday. Tlhcre was a very good attendance. Mr. Walter Kerr in the chair. The Chairman said that the meeting had; been specially called in reference to the dis putc at the Borehole on account of deficient narrow work, also in loferenco to joining the Trade and Lab.our Council of New South Wiales as i branchl. They would be required· to decide on the above questions, in order that tile Delegate could vote according to their desire at the Delegate Meeting to morrow. Tlie minutes of last meeting were read and con firmned. The Secretary then road a note .fron Mr. J. Wood as follows : To Mr. W. T. JDent. Sir-- b\cg leIave to inform you tlhat a Deolgate Meeting will bu liclil on Thur...

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MELBOURNE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

311:l.Ot' i I,:C I: 1Te.M I)Let!cive \\1 tlklter w.-r r :.' st.. - lo tij. a?nill-.s:tII llg tiel rof hin wifeC. II i str.kI her with .i a rlhe on the haul. 'The joei-arorih'ltoi .aallillatiell hIowiis that dea:th re silltol from excessi'U dre inkihi . W\ailkeIr has Hinte IbeCn nil.quittel.-A teilegratm lrom tho Agent. (uneral. datuid April 17?l, sLtatel, thatt leaveChaving?ll be+en given to apJlaj:lti] tthe I 'ivy Cmouncil in the sice of Mllolut and lorii, oicitel of theC Carll mIafsailcri, the autrlumllcliit had Lll(iIIIIIllceda ild tIhat Lthe Court wa Lpparellvtl;ly in fa~',i"ur of thu conlule ;taken hgv thie (iover'mlallttlci.-A coonapaply is beingl formed to utiliso tbhe ilron ldiscocries in N?ow Zealand.-A second cargo. f coal lhasn arrived from the lKilncunda miies, Western h'irt.--'lI'ho emln yees of the agiculntiral implhmeniat iriam have had. the eilght hours' system cancdcdle to them. 'The 'J'Tralea Holiday D)minonstra:tion took place on 'ITuesday Rlast ruoal was a grand ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

NE1? LAMBTON. I AMr very sorry- to liavo to record the painful news of the death of Mris. John Thomas, ofC this township, who died at seven o'clock n.n. on Tihursday last, April 23rd, at the fgJ of 2!. She will be interred at WVallsond eume try on th 25thlinstant. W\e have only an indifl'erent pay to draw lhisi fortuiiht-only seven days and three (uarters; but we ure working a little bet ter- this week. W'o have worked up to dateo four nnd il lulf days. 1 think that we only get the poor lboegr's share; lihe only got what the rich man could not eut himself, siud I think we only got as inuclh trade us tlie others can't fill. The Messrs. llrown oug-ht to miake a1 move in the vend opera tion. -It is very singular in my opinion tlhut. some of the Associated Collieries should be in full work all lhe yeur round nlnost; and I lthink, jlsdging flrem what 1 cnn ste alnld hlienr it 'eneral meeting's, thalt if some of the Associated Colliries wereo to 'work all the 333 wor-king days in tihe yea...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874

lIAIrTLAND ?IR 'UIIT COUrT. Thin court rpeL:le.! oin Mond1a.l:y la.st, 1beforu li. ]-Thionor .rl. Justice I?argrlabi o.. rlai:rt Ta'ylotl', for chil iurder tt tte I Jtelrson, w:1 fJoUnld guilty, aii. snHnteiILCed to thre oCL· IIIOZths4 I ii)2inorisnm t. .lihIn 1lnlanl, al/b.i (20o,1:.l. foCur uiconittiing a YiolOet aus sailL ll urtl?a!l C(OIni}',ra, ?Lt NuIv LzizoltonI, wan te'q(uilttCedl. lichar -ld hii "w wis fould guilty and olntollcel to tw(o year's iitplri.,illmiit f?rl lalcclly iat Newcastle. i ,on lrlca.l , for donuniiuitpga \iolunt assulatlft on lif dllughLte, at Morriwa, waiLs dlischargecl. Jhni Afi?sIrui, foI L:-iIltoing 3li:lhltl Hill, it (;rlta,, "wa.s neu litted. .I:li:ad .J1n :hn fir ca.:ttlu ste:ling at ixfuirurnsii ; was disfirJl gdl. ''iii jiaiy cunil gf not agreeuu II Lthe caso f lZiieeiUi v. o fl''giurI, eCrimin; l libel, Inid it was poU.Itp?,nIel till I:ex?t (Q?u:rter MSitioni.

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