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BOSCO, THE VENTRILOQUIST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

, OSCO, TII;lL V'I"TItIhOQUIST'L. Tl'his talent1 d ?elllctimn fInvoudolll( us wi?,l ntllolihlh of his mosmt jlltol'Otillg. ientl'?linttilnts nIi Monday iveniung last, at. I-'rris's Ass\iemhlty .Itarls, whihl was v?~y? well lttllorllc, colstiloligll t thie stlnte of 11I1t .wonltthor. As a veotriluutist wo holio?o thl?is goIallo inan i1 lull to ho sittpiisset . e Itic coitdvncist eotwoin lethe l 1t0hr-l statllis;'I." hthlir, :.oh.l,.y, an\il Cliarlit," is hot nlity S.0 utilloful, lIIi vt y iitotost int. HI is sletlghttof-lhnnd U tics sro '.*orv giosl, osxc.cilly ltho " wondltllefl'ul .Ijlg," \which is~ o0ll nI .Olilmnll o00. 110 i]nl?e, hnliif-..crownI in this? jug, tuil osits saor o'st qitist jolts, whttitht It. atlswiRs at- - roitl" by ravpinglt.+.11i oxltlined to the utilloneo lowv iivcrllltl ofltto t tltl;,s wic d tollo. Mr`l. Orloghll nitly soveral so11gs dut'lgll tlie e C'tlillg, f? which Ihe c?iv?dl1 two tor tr' I IIroc.OItors.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

TO OUR SUBSoREBERS. Bubscribers failing to receive their copies will .oblige us by making application at the office, or to anly of our Agents, whose. names are notified on page 4.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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PRESBYTERY OF THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

1ItItH1?U1'TIRY 01P 'J'THE I2SlIo?IT . \\ notico in the anccout of the pracccdilngs of th; P'asbIytcry of tUh ITuntor, at a ineculilg hold aL' \'ot Mutttltuinln that the itiduLtion, ot, I he "hv. '1'. A. (torltlot, .s coll:g.LcI alln .ucc:t:.; o to thle l?io. .1lunles Coittls, of St.. At?nulow'u, Nowontele, in to inlle place this (W\\cdloeslay) ovening. 'J'ho "tov'. I). JIong is to lpreild mlltl Itut tllte qlillostiotl. thot Iaov. C.J.. .Mood tol prenchl thlt inlllucltioll stemllItI n Il tile lCSov. Jaimes llo nthorlllo to rutlltr'es tle l mtiifstcr tlld picop'c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

N*O T I-C E. Lamubton 'Subscribers and Others. (C OPIES of the MIN.ERS' ADVOCATE . cn ALWAYS lIE OnHITAINEP by pplpying to Mn., WV. T. DENT, near the Church of England, Lambton.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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OUR CONTEMPORARY THE "CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

OU1: COqNTi7MPIORARlYa '1l . 1111 COITODOCLh].". 1Vc ullidrert'ncd tiCe L'hronic/, is going to discoltillnu exhchanging with us. 1Vu rel' mIuseil at thnl, i.' we cnll't iangiue how b'ro'oile will exist without our' nial, as nil outr 'endler who over .eO tIhe CIhoniel wi ll hIlve loliceod hnlt tieloy coolly copy our Ireport of meetiugs by 1he 1 columnll, wilthout ever condo" scelnlilug to give the nuitllotity, ill ccorlcdelllc ,' ilth the rutllei Of jourllllnliSll; tImid ouly inl thlo'i ns?t Tnoen da3y's isstue s thltree cothlllus o of utr report o1 tltC t Irold oleotling hlltl alt Llnlitton, Iesiles the W\\'ll: end Council's meetil~tg.. nrdd m" wiord. W\e (IIn not o?lpposed to thle Ctho't?iclr-~buet 'lien Ithey ho cr1 lpeLpor lleotiigd tlOill vcCl, f'uopJ o.ii,-and give the nalthorilx.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

. · BIRTH. On the 23rd inst., at her residence, Komp-street WRallsend, the vife of Mr. THou. FnTAn of a .son.' " 281 S MARRIAGES. On tho25tl inst., at the residence of the bride nroom's parents, WaVnllsend, by special license, by the Re1v. VW. Chaucer, Mr. wxr-I.LnI EADEi, acheilor, Wallsend, to SArnl ANN MAIlTA RUSSELL, spinster, of ame district. 279 r " "AND ORT?I DUMBERLA.ND RECORDLl,7 . ;WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1874.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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EXPORT OF COAL FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

EXIO'RlT OF COAl, ,ItO.l NPvWCASr1I.O. ''Tho exlort of coal for the week eudling ]'r'<lty, April 24th, Lamllulted to 21.,S87 tool, *11118 of which wero shilpputd to Sydlnuy, '4(16 to Mullhoure. , 878 to Adeldud, 1030 to .B:tavini, (00 to longkcoug, '178 t thu Clarncce River, !912 to NTiw Zoaladl, (082 to I obart 'l'uown, 3:-07 to San Francio-sco, :1.11 to (.3hiina, 219 to thu stualncora. I(; for hlou.o ollsnllumiltion.l O(r thle aloveo, the A. A. Co. sot :Laway 40((3 ton,1, W\'*llsun1 403) tons, L:anmbton 2!).53 lom, Wa\\':??.l ,i4:0 ton,, Co-operativu Co. 2-|0 tujs, New .l.:u~iiA?w1 :'20.1 tons, I?od AIvil Cro'eek 803 toosc. 'hI OxlportS' of colku ?tnountedl to (;7 tooe,) of 'whiuch 21 tozac woroe shillpcil fruim the Co opcrativo collicery, anld .13 tone from the A. A. .O mi):eIy's colliery.

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Municipal Councils. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

IMunicipal CeunclIs. JN the.election of their Municipal Council "the inhlabitants of Wallsend may be con gratulated ts having taken tile first of what we have good reason to hope will be a-series of advannilg steps. We cannt donut that the establishment of Wailsend as a izmini .cipal borough;will contribute greatly to its moral and material progress. A wisely-ex tended system df lnunicpal self-government, in all other things than the great work of .national: legislation, is the great need of the colony. . Not until this is accomplished, and with more widely extended mnumoiipal arears, may we hope for a.Parliament composed of legislators, rather than local delegates. In public as in 'individual life, our centres of population nded to learn the lesson of self "e[p, while claiming that reasonable aid which is their right, and which is extended under the present municipal law. How (ften do we see along our country lines of road, a settler, ainfully drudging through time, temper, and pro...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PIT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

LOCAL INTE~LLICENCE WAiLLS ED AN]) PLA''fThDURG. Thue ~\VaJIugogd I~i wrolrked 1'c,thl slgiftgg no Moi11uy,3 · but guNll ouzo yc~at~n'lu~u while the Cu,·o1~erotivc wrolrkd b~oth zulu ZzIouzluzy~: n11 uzoulwaeidlu yu~3uterday.~

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Our Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

Our Amusmcne nts. WE hlave had of late a superfluity of tlheatrical and other similai amusnements. Of course this is inseparable fiom the im proved state of things in the mining towns, but we think it due to ourselves, in the inte rests of our local institutions, designed to afford rational amunsement as well as instrunc tion, to call to mind how mnuchl that is pmil fully toiled for, is thus carried away frorn our towin by roalming aldventlurers, who con tribute nothing' in return, but often pltryv second or third rate perf'ornmances. We hope to see our fellow townsmen, as they come to settle in their own homes, devotiag their slpare cash in mnakin comfortablel , amnld even adorning, those homes (for the holmes of the peoplle have a potent influence upon chn racter), and in supporting local organisizations sunch as have already been creditably set on foot. Thlere is our- local Amateur Dlramatie (Club, there is our 1-luarmonic Society, there is our liorticultural Association, and the...

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ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

ANVHIL OE·lfl.EJ 'AN1 ALETA. ,GnOTETA:' townshlip ivas surveyed manlr years ago; and:for'a long tinme aftl'i' its surmvey it W as' little elso than a wildoreis aiindbt bit for: the !recent stir in mining dnterpriso, it' iwould lhavlb-romainbd somine tie longer in " stato'of niattuireo 'About mnineo' thiith.4 ago the Go v i'embeit isold somes halfaircm alldtmejits fi-onting i th-e GreIht 'No'ihi'h e n Road, "~i.hich' raingeodfrom, £88 down' as'lowv as .4S£ or 'half nora;, smoe tinback -blockl' ieore sold at the sale time of one',"two, 'or"thoeo acrs heacl, and tfetch, d anccording t ' the situitioni At the tino of' the salo, therme wore only thilio bdildingsi en the ground, i? , M i'. Holdeti's ihou?ibi: Mr. Vinbd sistor, ai Gll:,G tlleChly!sl wine ishopi since licensedtl.as i ia n nl mn Unl .diaiely.itheo: people got' "'possession of the griotuindl 'they at once coaieionced b: ildiig's, und; thourghl like every nw ??lcoa,tliem?erc tioni s were not 'olegant to begin mith, yet Lhey ar...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

--NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VE ELS-LOAD flO G AND TO LOAD. .sik, basq, 413, Irvine - :'Pacific, ei?.sn ship, 553, Foss;: to load Walls . Poonalh,, ship, 1199,H? lman ; loading Wallsend Forfarslire, ship, 1238, Jones; loading Lamhbton -Andromeda, barque, 430, Lanburg; Toading A. A. - Co. Ksowsley Hall, ship, Jackson, 1773 ; to load Valls. end Hvideorn, Norwegian barque, _Heoll, 544; to load Walisend. -, Lillie?.baiilue, 4:8, Browns Redridting Ho'l; sliip, -720, IRobertson to loadl VWaratahl -~Flebetwing American ship, 829, Guest; to load New Lambton, Meanlder, barque, 377, Parker; to load Walleenid, small -Agra;r ship, Miller 951 ; to loIld Vallsend Annie, blarque, 437, Todd; toload \Varatah Luzon, barque, 400, Scarlett; to load Lambton Clodian, barque, 480 Gunton Result, ship, 853, Robinson Saxosn, barque, 450,Mlclay . Melip nbene, Ship, 1439, Christianson ; to load Wallsen,1. Lizzie Iredale, barque, 623, Dawson; to load Lambton Ella Gladstone, brig, -?Tino; to load Lamnbton Queen of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

NOTICE TO TjHE PUBLIC! P. MULLEN 1OF TIE "NWCEASTLE OLOTE IEALL;" II.,S .IUST ]t|?CEI\'/?. A FIRIST CLASS STOCK OF NEW & FASHIONABLE i OOLiENS, NA M1ELY :-4 Scotch Tweeds, at P. MULLEN'S ,5 CASTLE GLOI! HALL. West of' 'England Twvoeds, at est of nland Twoos, t P. IULrLEVN'S NE CASTLE CLOfHII IALL. Blissus Tweeds, at P. MULLEN'S WCASTLE GLOI L. Navy Blue, in laruge variety, at ULLEN'S N COT LL. Blue Stockanets, in great varioty, at P. AULLiJEN'S NE' IrC'AST'LE G'7LOTII HALL. Bannock Burns, at Banno Brns at P. AIULLEN'S INEWlCAS'TLE CLOTH JIHALL. Geelong Tweed, in all colours, at P. I'ULLEN'S NEWAISTII.S'LJE CO'LOT , HIALL. A nice assortment of Silk Vestings, at tiP. ./ULLEN'S NEWCOIV'ASTLE CLOT]-IALL. WhitUMLNarcella,'in good patterns, at P. dl UL6L?E~NS- ?NElASTLE C'LOTIH HIAZL. . .. ..(o . P. MULLEN is f/lad to bC able to infoira the public gencrall/ that he has the.U.KS' COAl CUllE'I1 in the colonie.S, wlhos.e hrillt is nothini/ bii. tlu't OUt C'oats; artnd he hts (also a ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

1'O R10RRESPONDENTS. · -'1C.rrepodants are ncrequeastedc to adhere to the f. ollowvijig 8sggestioIns to ensure ilsertion :-? To write o'ly on one side of the papcer, to write in clear alil distinct characters, and to avbid all'scurrility or ofcnsivc ipersonatli.y. Ench writer will be requircd to forward his or her nlame, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantco of goodl faith.

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Garden Calender for April, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

Garden Calender for April,?1874. Kitchen Gardeon : If you have any large cabbage plants in seed beds, plant them out,in rows. Plant alsoculinaryherbs. Earthupyour celeryasrequired. CSontinue tosowpeas, broccoli,lettu ce, onions, turnips, radish, beaas, cabbages. Dress allyour beds, thil - ning outcarruots, turnips, parsnips, &e. And atyour vacan·t time prepare new beds, trenching and man uring all unoccupied ground--Flower Garden: Plant different kinds of bulbs, such as tulips, &c. Flower ing shrubs hlerbaceous plants may be propagated and transplanted. When -tender plantshave to be rc moved keep as much earth about the roots as possible. This isa good .month for making edges round brders: bbx, larender, tltyme, daisies sea pinks, &c., make very nice cdgings ; but when these cauiot be carried out in sufficient quantities, a good border of turf looks very well, but it must always be kept very clean and well trimmed Orchard aind Fruit Garden : Plant raspberry, ...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

- s.o rALI.,-in :tond, or D)uty t Paid:, F 1',t-NUDIlS-I1nIonHSy'H, Ma.ritell', Jules Ibolan. ,od Asnoiatlced, in .lulk or case IUiiM--Lovnlics' and LIucni Hallrt's, 22 o.p. OLD JAMAICA, in can so WlIIS.IT--Dwnville'n Kinalan's, L L, :uad Stc wtrt's,'in bull or ca.S GENEVA,-Key or J. 1). IK. Z., large sntd anall SCI1i.l.AJ?-WV~olte's Ilankeadonhlan's andl Nolet's Arciatic SHhicdins OLD TOMi-Sir it. I?urnctt's Itoberto France. ani Co., and Lowndes' WINtES-Plort and Sherty, various qualitics Ditto-Autrali-ian, CarnichaCl's ikrpoyr , Wynd haasa's Dalwood, and Dole's Kr!tl i Ditto-uhialusgne, Piper al lir's ALES-Marruian's, Joulc's 5 Bcrry's, in hugs. heads D)ilto-IM.1i. Foster and Soe's, 'I'ennent's. ass's DULvenihla and Allsopl)'a, in bottle Ditio-ttc stleCltineC Brewery, lXXX and Anmber l'O1LTEl--Ditt, **~*, in bulk and bottle Ditto Jlood, 13ynas&'5, CGuilncss', asd lig Iband, in bottle T'EA--lalf-chlcsts anud houcs SUGAOsClS-wVhite, Crystal, Yellow, and lNation COFFIE--ln'ra...

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

SUDDEN DEATlI. tOn I"ridai lust, whil.t lri. Isane J.ones, wo'rkini' inithe Vrattiht lipit, wVs rolliung n hcv 'fi boulder of' coal towards.his skip, Ihec Ielt .-imething" givij in his inside, a.d re matrkedt to his muto tlhat he thought he had strainod himself, and would go home. Arrivilg at hiioz, lhe washeod and laid dlown, ntd his liife wonlt fir thi doctin', and told him what wh s thi miatter. Dr. Grigson wtIs quiclv in attenltnuco, and exmlnined:his patieot, and ound a lumip at the lower part of his bowols. latforo doing allything, hle inaedicitely returned aind biroiuglht h ack Drs. till ald Villiansoin. They at once snaV tho.poor f?llow hnad susta?ineod a serious 1'tiptureC, anl tliit an opertation was nIOces s.ry.. B efie olerating, hioweverol, )Dr. Hill tlioughlt itl best to scend ll' Dr. Sclhrdor, of WVallsoln, and whlen he artived tho oper11 tioll w-as sllncoessfilll poi ''ot'oed, thely ha:ving' clit compleotolv into thi sufferorl's bowols. Pieovious to tho operation Dr....

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

MIUSCELLM4EA. Ox Monlday afternoonl last, the first sod of a new Co-,l'perativo Colliery, near the village of Iean, WVest Cnmlnherland, was cit by lMrs. \V. W,. D;xon, of Pewter ]Iouse, Thlorinthwnite, wileo te own of tio of the royalty. The pro jected colliery is the enterprise of a consider~ able iinmber of workiing men, who have iformedl themselves into a comlpany ulnder tihe title of the " Broughton Moor Co-operative .Minin~g 'Unoninn." The agents at Shefllield representing sonot of lthe priiincilpl collieries in the nIeigbhboulr hood have redluced thie prices of house coal fruom 2s. (d. to is. (hil. per ton. The iWynnstay Colliery, ]nabon, is on fire, but it is expected tihe t:unes will in a. few lnays Iea l,nduedl. No one las cbeen hurt, but 00 ttl men lave bcecu thrown tempornrily out of emulonyment. Tiheciilliers egallgen, in thIe mines on the estates of Lord \'rrnon, at Poynton and \\o lth, hI:ve received fourteen days' notice of a re..duction in their pay at the rate of 25...

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SAD AND FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

SAD AN)D rA'.AL ACuID)ENT. Aun in]nest was held at Mr. G(ordon's hotel, on Mi[ondlty evcning last, on the body. of 1'lhs. KEditonds, a copper-inUn at the T~uritahi Snmeltitg' W\orks, who was killed by being thrownl fiotm his horse on Saturdayt night Inst. A verdict of nccidental dellth wais returnd. This sad ovoent las cast a. glooim over tlhe town, s tihe de sctsed was ra very stceidy man, tand lighly respected, and he l'eoves ai wife tnd six children, though, happily, I am iinfrnced, iu pretty comfort able circunmtstatcos, us it is statell lie had ia few hlmntdred ipounds in te bunk. Tlhe way lhe met with his death is thus stiated :-ll'o was riditg liome pretty slhrply in coipalnny with a friend, and while tirnintg the corner lending' to Mi'. Gordon's his horse, shied on onloe ide, whliclh caused on'e of the saiddle ,,irtlis to hirc'lk and throw the iuntfortunnto antn head fitremCost ont to a healp of stones, cau;sing- almllost install titticols dcatlh. A1 rathcr singutnlr feature...

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Latest District News. LAMBTON. BAPTIST CHURCH, LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 29 April 1874

Laiitest 'Distrii t 0 tNews. (FI:OM OUR? VAI:IOUS COIRRESPON?DPRN'.) LA]IBTON. APTIST CIHURICH, I{LAM'ITON. Os Sunday last tile anniveisory services in connection with the above place of worship wdre held in the church, Dixon-street, Lamb ton, and, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, the attendance on each occasion was very good. The Rev. D. Allan, of Sydney, preached in the mornling and even ing, andt tihe Rev. T. Robey, of \Wallsend, in the afternoon. On the MIonday following the usual tea antl public meetldg took place---the ten in the Richabite Hall, andu the public meeting in the church. Thie tea was a decided success, and altihotgh the dvciing was wet about 2')0 sat down to the tables, the refrli.cshmeuts on which were provided by Mr. Shoesmnith, of Lambton, and reflected great credtlit upoln him as a c~terer, the opinion of all being that it was a first-class spread. The tables wero waitedl upon by ladies of tlhe church, who did service in an excellcnt manlner. At ...

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