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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
TInI jpit hals ben working wel:lhis weCkC, but with the exception of that I huv.e nothiig to re'ord.. SA ir?'at mrny of us here are hIghly peasehd witlh .yotr editinal reimar] . respe?tjng" the court-louse, a1(1 if they are carried out I think it will be lo the aslvantuge of thie dis tr~ict. In nmy ccolunt of the aver:ge earziings of the Warateh miners in Ilst issue aisprint occurs. ou have the late at 4s p.er ton, whereas it should mhave beenII 4. d. Aprnil 94, 1874.
NARROW ESCAPE OF THE SCHOONER "AUGUSTA." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
2CAIHIOW fltAII: 01.P °'OIlC T bC OONEi "L AU1'CITA."'' We leatrned lhtst; evening from our Newcastle corecs pondect that this s'htoonter (Cap:lltain Ittendall, fr'om Syacivy),while eitcnvuourintg to enter the porty'es tcrainy aboutt m quarter tio J p.an., thle wirtu blontint t galo fromn southl-eust, woult no' sty rwhen undei Nobltys', ani driftted into the Bight, itdropping anchor to prevent lher going on Io tile bench, which she d,'ngged till in close proxitity to the bech. iThlr Ilarlour 1u ster (Ca'pttai Allhut) deClspatchted 'ilot Melville wilth a bont's cr'tw to her ttssistance, whIo succeedctd nL ifal-plast l p.m. itl mnking all atil un Lhie v¢essel, anlid lipping thu tachtor, brought her tIrvely antld lobly 't'oml heli'r perilous pasi tion, iand tatootl with Iher out te sea, sendinitg the boat's crew back to the h:arbour. Wihen crossing over tlle Oystier Ialltk comtlilltg out, I.ltree or four sesll iboke or,,' her, ntdl it wars a bcatltiftl sight lo see Ither tlutngitag 'ov...
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. ri. Eik, barque, 413, Irvine i",Pauific, Amerigan ship, 553, Foss; to load WValls S cud * .' : .,'uouihli, shli 1199, Hillan ; loading Wallscnd :Furfarshlir;'ilship, 128, Jones; loading Lambton . . 'Andromeda, .barque- 436, Lanburg ;Adading A. A.' S'Kuowsley- Hallp ship, Jackson, 1773; toloaud Walls .1&lt;' end ""*;*" :'Hvideorn, Norwegian barque, Hecoll, 544 ; to loead y rWallserid.;- * 'Lillie, barque, 478, Brown 'tiRedriding Hood, ship, 720, Robertson to load S Waratah " '*':Fleetwinp, American ship, 829, .Guest ; ?to load Now * lMeander, barque, 377, Parker; to load Wallsend, I• 'Agra ship, Miller 951 ; to load Wallseind S'Ardcincraig, barque, 506, Trevitt; loading Waratali ..Aunie, barque, 437, Todd ;.. 'Luzon, barque, 400, Scarlott; to load Lambton l.. CTodian, barque, 4S0 Gunton I ?esult, ship, 853, Robinson ':?Saxon, barque, 450,McKay :Mel.pixm ene, ship, 1439, Christianson ; to load : 1 ; Wallsond iLizzie Iredale, barque, 623, Dawson; to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC! ----(o)----- P. MULLEN OF THE ''NEWCASTLE CLQT2E HELL," ]I4s JUST EICIV6I~D A FIRST CLASS STOCK OF NEW & FASHIONABLE WO LLENS, NAMIELY :- Scotch Tweeds,-at P. 1OLLEN'S O ** West of England Tweeds, at P. dlIILEN'S NfCASTLE CIOTII HALL. Blisusu Tweeds, at Blissu Teeds, at P. AI ULLEN'S NAE ITCOASLE S -g0 ULOTI! HALL. Navy Blue, in large variety, at 1'. MULLEEN'S 2NE lJrOA? LE cLrOh' J, hA I LLL. Blue Stockanets, in great variety, at P. MlU?L/LEN'S NTEIrCASTI'E CLOTH/ h-ALL. Bannock Burns, at 33annok Burs, atP. M ULLEN'S NETWCASTLE CLOUT HALL. Oeelong Tweed, in all colours, atP. ULE'S E ASE AL. A nice assortment of Silk Vestings, at P. Mi/ULLEN'S ]NEWCASTLE CLOTIT HALL. White Marcella, in good patterns, at .. P. MIULLErN'S NEIV'YASTLE ,'LOL'OI HtALL. ------(0) - P. MIULrEN is glad to be able to irform tihe public glnerlally thIat ie has the BEST COAT' CUTI'Y'It in the colonies, whose dty is nothling but to Cut Oat Coats ; and he has also a 'TROUSERS and ]V...
IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING AT LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
'IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING AT LAMIBTON. ON Thursday evening last a' public metii?gr of the inhabitnits of Lambton took lplace ini3'Stboker's lIall, for the purpose of consider ing the niecessity of pctitioning Parliament tio grant a' sunm of money for maiking a main road between Newcastle and Wiellsend. T. AIBEL, Esq., Mayor of Lambton, pre sided, and briefly read the advertisement con vening tihe meeting. He . said the R?e;. Spice~ Wood had called 'the prelimoinary inieting foi last Friday afternoon, when it. was decided ihat a public meeting of th, in habitalits: lie' called for; thalt (Thursday) evening, as the siubject wias really a district bte, and he wYould call upon. the lev.:,Ir. Wood, as the priicipal mover in the umattr, to lay the business before them. The Rev. SicECR aWooD said he was not frequently 'in the:habit of- comning forward in connection with public matters; unless they were of importance, and hl'considered this subject possessed.that qnalificatioii. 'lie had pr...
The Main Road Between Newcastle and Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
'iThe Main Road Between N ,ewcastle as. -nd' Wallsend. 'iTHE abrupt and unsatisfactory termination of the.meeting held at Lamnbton'on T''hurs iJd1day evening. last in connection. with this all iJimportant subject must be regretted for i:xmany'reasons. It must be regretted by the i?Rev. SPlcEn WooD to see his petition :whlich will be admitted by all to have been carefiully and .judiciously drawin up, purely ,1imn the interests of the public,--cast oin one. ( side in such an unceremonious manner; re: grettied by the Mayybr, who called the meet ing for tiLe.. purpose of having the pros. andl on.. of the question considered fairly; re-· gretted by the -whole of tile inhabitants of Wallsend, Lambton, New Lambton, Hamil ton, and. tihe I district generally, for Whose enefit this meeting- was called, and who izisst nov be told that it all ended without ny cot .being adopted through the in te tr o a gentleman whom we con ider.was tot ally out of place in bringing forward his amendment and el...
THE IRON TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
r'IIIE I lON TILAD,. ThIe oighi-hour confcreice of the iron lradleH lv," isisued It report which nlongst otIhelrithlgN cxplresses Hatisflction at the closer unioln amongstM the work nlug lmeil of the colonice since" thei receilt displute inl tle ironi trades, and the bIelict that theresult, of thih unllion will Ibe thle formltiolt of I1 n Azust'aitl ;i:lnl 'l'rdues totongress with rblt ltion l:aws to settle ill disputes that mony occur in the. t:ious tradlet .
MR. J. Y. NEILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
S: I". J. Y. N?EILSON. V uuO'lvo'a idncalilcnsquro iin ocaitutrla1tiotig "?" roa'o't' th nppenareli ,it, thogi.lewcatc;r , Plot,.of We\'odneos. hist w?it;hl i;aorno thol,?, Nololo b.anjinog, 9,10.lhtc abd~i ecioinrg othecr moverch i.njurie~s, as me -aRnel aRccidelb ovrc do'hchrodi. ;, ·
DELEGATE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
DIELEGA[IC MEEVTIN. On Thursdiy nlast a full.mootin,, of thol"?tlogntes of the Minors' A~ssociatioi'of thlio mln.ter IivcLr )i?trlt. took..]?aco atMr.'S8.okeo's TTotal, Infuilon. Th particlifts of thld mooting s;e haveI liot lioon nhlo to lo'an. TIhe' Genloanl Soorotniny l'omisoen to lot us hiavo thoe niiutes yestorday (Flrany mom'nimg), huti up to the time of ouTr ?oing to pre'ass o dilid nut re OCivo iholni.
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
ANVIL C(IEEP K ANDIP G(RlET',A. ;'The initiatary meeting of No. 8 Greta Lodge of Coal Minelrs' Association was held at Gretn, April 1 lli, for thie election of officers, aniil consideration of other mnatters. The ni'nutes of a previous meeting were road and confirmed, whei the - election of oflicers was proceeded wilth, whirh resnlted s follows: ChiIman Mr. , i lSBidsecfretarly, ~h. ,John ,., t,.o,, .". , - .Johni Peas; DelBegate, h. Jame its -rel. onmiiittoe : M11essrs. Lonsdale, Mathiiws, ( ii(, Mc Donnad,. l3arryv, -Ahlersoii . 1)vi-', O',I..onill un IPal lock ; T'rustees : lMessrs. .arry,', \\'Watsn,, and ITirol l; :ick Visitors, \llessr.:; Collins and Gold; Turn Ke pe!'rs, Mao:sr:. I. Mi' Dona I, t'. McDonahl, Is,,nsdale, T .~ns, \V:.tson, i,, I Ilenr y; Blessrei.' oInqsdal de nland lallthews were also aplpointed .to ~cplle sub?siip'tions .or Into libll case, Thoihns't\veins Srweet. Several other matters of a loc'l inature were dis'cussed when the moiting separattled. A miner n...
BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
- BURIWOOD~. THEnR Ins nothing of interest taken piace in this locality to break or interfere in any way with the quiet monotony of our lives. On Thursday eveninlg, as usual, our Im provement Society met, whenll lessons on grammar, arithmetic, and drawing weregiven. On Mlonday evening thle usnal meeting of the ]3urwood Band of Hope took place in the schlool roonm. It was well attended, showilng that, with many drh?wbacks, the institution still mnakes iheaway under the energetic management of Messrs. Payne andl Doig. There is a great nuisnlce coniected with thle Band of r-lope and other meetings here, which should le put down-; that is, a number of young hialf-witted individuals assemble, or rahller crowd, nboi tIhe dloors (oeve the cliurches are niot exempt.) f.ir thie purliose of shouting all manner of disgisting thl:ngs, and using the most foil lIngiiage. I would rug gest for the good of society at large, onil meet ig nights at least, tlha; tl,,se young peae breankers e attended b...
THE VENTILATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 April 1874
nIl I Ci VETITOr RIn!.. Iir. John \Vood, the (anoral Secretary of l1 o Minloers' Asduciation, has just . i:otnurnled froi Sydney, aid informs as thau whilo there heo hlad anu interview with Mr. lParneoll (Mtinistor' for Talluds) rdslccthiig the Co.~i lildl s Bill; Tha o linistilr in: formed Mr. TWoad that tollora -a?n very littlu likeli hood of the Bill bheing bsought forward this sessioii for its seooiud roadnhi. ]To ofleored t.o hlvo it for warded to tho Loeltivetv 6 Council for' isproval, but this Mr. WVould objected to on hIubalf of the minors, Ierm the fact tlhat both the Dbl?lates a'id the Atsoincited Masters. aire oppoasedl to thiu Dill in its present sateo.
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874
S(To thIe J1l;tor of fthe niiers' Adoocate.) Sit i,-- lIiaty this district is on the cvo of lnother haillge. The liflfrent iltcllicgenc we ruceive throigh the columns of the Adeocafte are of some llatiuail inportiulce, although thlere is nothilng so imperious asthe conltemlpt paid by the Governncnt to our humblle rcqiisitions. Il dare say, sir, that this last account of tllhe Ventilation Biill will causer somit excitement throughout the various mini-ng districts, althohigh our paid Secretary sclnts quite ildillrurent of it, merely telling you by chance. Why, sir, inasmuch lhat he is paid for instructing us thait le shIould ho suffered in this mannier, his iidiference is taly ho ble comllpared to that of the allove. 1 wonler dlocs the Secretary thitnkl that the men will always remain ill this calm state, i?t gettilng io much a as nle it"ptragralh fl'rom hlis peil to enlightfen- thein n a qluestio of farl Ilolro serious hearing thtan :LIy moey mIllatters. •int he has took it for grlnt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874
: ; II.IAIR,-MADDISN'ti NW\ DO S3ol' 810 WVe I)vo mulc3h ,l3lnnro1 n diHrootlhug 'attl tioil to MTr. C'a. a I lddiLsoo's I10W\ boot,:and shoo Wa0L'hosCll,, w*lich hle ,as jtisit op'ienod in Ulxo-sltroot, Luibstolf. I-e Imas a first-clahss stockof hoots aInd shoot of ovoery, ldescription, mailnd is pICparL'l to fit overy class almd overy ago at the lowesct prlo.--Adot., ' : An acoan raco betwoen thelo vatlat DauLttLesns nut Ilucharnatrosa from SnaIIdy H1eoo1s to Cowasv, is pro posed. Stakesn to be ?000 clolla.lr. T'he bolid lrlarir Is, nas wOel as IandluLbbers, right in golio: to,cows for his st i j ks. " . " - " . .. .. ' - " HIere we are it the gleot orphan As?ylm " ex-. AD~VERTIJSEMENTS. W AN il) AC; U.. SG E * V.N¶I'. JCa. foro? a reqh'd. t . . L2 i oz 03 wilisid.. S ,1tUJLIO scOt0or11 Iioner"3 IantedI. -. AAlal'ON UILDIN ANI)DlN , STMiNT SO STY. . -rT" ); h TO of rt.1i nbova WV yol .I t, M.NC "AII fol \'I'WSL I3 iONT-I , *ra in in |1 kms varyogl 'urn " 5 "tto i00l. Flor pa ticul...
THE COURT HOUSE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874
S. 'FI- COUI OIUE: QUIWITIO( o . Thalroaaiaj; 2ll vo lltatas th1t1 a ttoputtion colnsis't ilg of tr . W.\\1 iihalrsonl nuad Aldeoran Al1hlouck, wlro ilntroducedOt to tha Oolonial Sooiotary, (1n Wohtlc day moi'zing, by .Ir. Jnmosa' I 1nitel], 31.. A., for the coulllt of Nortohumeortultd, for 1lho pIuljos0 of aodkhlg na a /ppItitual for the rerCttoli-of a' out-'L Iaou soannd lockulkp lt. T iltilto. :,lwns reprcsELnted that Lnambllton waR quidistant anid in the contre of all .tho collilry towls8t11 ), 11ud i wiis, th11rofol'r, ithe Imost cligible positionll for tho. eroction of plolict-buildingsi for thoa collitriis. Mvr. 1a11'kc, who r'ofs?c.d t1he dop'itattioll volyfv?ol'?bbly, piOllliso(l tlat thu 1unt1l. ter 1houl beo duly onstlosred by tho Executivo, no 1 thu dulpuliaon rolo'eld. [Mr. arnddoclk itfo, 11ms us. thalt l1hoy prosteated II potjiltoll olltalllr?gih: S alguna. turEs, ba's.dts p)1a10t ofthl dlifoTYrCllt. colhulry town01 htpsl, frlonmwhich 3. Parkes expressd lis ophllonl t...