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Municipal Council of Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
1Municipil Council of 1Vallsenld. Trlm Council ment at Mr. Harris' Assembly RIooris on-Thursday evening last. Present: -Tilre Mayor (J. Fletcher, Esq.,) Aldermen Neijon, Birrell, Hogg, Walker, Richardson, Laing,. Harris, nld Curry. Mr. T. Alnwick acted as Coullncil Clerk j)ro. tenm. The minutes of tile previoas meeting were read and confirmed. BYE-TLAWS. The Mtavolt thought it would be advisable to adopt the bye-laws of St. Julian, with the exception to the imne of meeting forl the present. He moved thlat they be adopted. Alderman OCnny secondded thle motirn, and. it was carried :inaninorsly. ELIECTION OF COMMITTEES. Alderman rcoilAnnso:mnoveld, and Alder man? -,rrniaEn seconded, " That Aldermen HaRrris, Laing, and I-Iogg, be the~ Furnishing Committooee."-~Oarried. Alderman ,WAtLKIEIr moved, and ?hlerman Hoono seconded,," That the whola of the Comnrm cil act as the Improvement Committee,:five' to form a qnorum."-CCarried. Aldermalni RlIriAirDso moved, and Alder man Warl~nr. seconded...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
(Tii II'f/ Ji:,l/tor of UK: ritfiirr."i'i' .Adioaoi.) , . DHAlll SI[:,--T \was mnltl'l sr |prised to ho lnl l.1l,.'t tIhI E'gllhli Clhurich da&lt;l.y. ischool is nboilt Lo b~ i lo.ied ThIlis, 1. ilhink, is i g.Ont lni.slHakoi, iaid Ilso Iutnjlust lr thlut. Chlunii, who, ino douitl, contri ntutiil to hinivc thie h Iilling aorecC?ti t'or thli nccolmod ino inu or' Itlil(roilv(M aln, l tlheir cllildron, anIdI, Ib? sull n s.!lp, will hie dleprivlt oi" tirot o n.cou odation, I" thu Ier wti sufliciclnlt cl?icol ncoiiumodition iltn i'\"ll.1soit , su?c~i stop ui mightI .miOCuI justifithblhP, bult tlioro is'iot' r oom t'or twn-thirdis ot tlliu childreun uull" of uhol go " in Wallsltndl, in thio othler tiTo. a lchools.i TL'heiy Irc uonw liy fir' lto i)iiuih ciruwu\il, ttt1i to atill t'atLhtir ini. ciiinloli. ill "tuncllcrs imtlll ipupils by adiungli to thelir' ullllleris, twill iuilitaltu againit tlit oflicilttut worlkiiiR ol' o Ii uchlooln. I tl'titli ;ltho imatlteC will tIt ri'ci cos...
Lambton Building and Investment Society. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
Luambton Builliiding und IInvcs?l~ ientll Society. Ox Wednesday evening Ilst a public mieet ing was held in MIr. Trotter's W?VIllsend Colliery Inni (at whlichl the dlirectors of tlhe nbove 'were pre'set), for the purpose of rcceiving' ithle deposits of new slhareholdors, sell monoy-, nid give information concerning the working of the societyJ, &c. Mr. J.AMIS iL~lETCIIII (;3ay'1r Of W?lMls end), presided, and explained the objects of building societies generally. ioesnid'thatthe success of a building society dependedtll upon the lamount of sulport it received, tind where one would do -well, two would die a .natural death, for a building society was like a bank, \whicll dolended upon the umount of capitaul invested.. If a man took Iup o0e share lhe would pity as contributiofns about £.20 in ten years, while at the ed of that time he would re?eive £50 in re turn. This .soietyiw, \s lnot ai local aalthir, for a man living ut Minui could take lip. shalres and borrow imolnely as e...
A BUILDING SOCIETY FOR WALLSEND. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
A i(1Ui Nl~llx- htCl EI'L' FOR11 WATLLSEND.. DER~n 8tiirr-.- sooe b)Y 3'Ouii· I·\.iidtItIItUItItt tittit footitr a Iloiidiii~g S~oolot, ash thalrt A iIBtih,oriii,·" rofjoiCoit itt (o itict. it tL Ihoid~itig Socicty iNSsuChI a hot tikrii~ time Stcps to loriii rtiic. hJ1, to, timl jrosoltt ilug tociclyJ lIroit forinoth~, h..autthton hititiditug~ Snuicty wtL·titllb hot h~itito~~l txtUJ iitiitd i~d thi~t inj~ttinOs t hVur· thls~(tn.i htL' zig(111( iti ot i ratot11 toLIII ol~d~ tlq ititttiti a t Wtituol ti'rl ;tl,($ llt:ioyonLinliod, tI: LvOttistaL·( wait iticlciotiiru lcI; (1103 ,tlttlltiitil!ly now sIttii~tohtlciu, ittilla,,l Iitld selittios thu ottitt evrtui Ncllli tI tL Biihhrtts .\rl~*.r Altii ol t~uroious (lito luhiritos·Il of tL Scuretiny' li011 jL IIJilt tt, 1Ito rCto,, jiisitt..s, ai~itl itonct iLotto th jdiitcl ouuti tco" tim foclL··j~ Litig of11 t1? L SVliiscioi io'til, tuL lt:L·i ~ .Atwih its wt itohi-i thot sllot tiitythio tol~ tol gt aluoitt in tim tho ru. 0'l ist uicty at ...
The Main Road between Newcastle and Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
Tle i aIi 11)3l(l Iclbtwenc Newcastle and Wiallscnd. Os Thursday evening last the adjourned mooeeting on the above question, was "held in Stoker's I-Iall, Lalnbton. Theroe -was -an very largo attendance, the room being crowded in cvery part,-and there must, have been be twoon 300 and 400 present. T. AnlEL, Esq., (Mayor .of . Limb}on) presided, and, after briefly explaining the ob ject of the meeting, and reading the adver tisemeont convening it, called.upon any one to express their views on the matter. TuoamAs CIouinACi:, Esq., asked the Chair man if lie was able to explain to him and the. mleeting the route the proposed road was to take, because he thonght that the whlolo of the inhabitants between Nobby's and. Walls end would sign a: paettion.f-'or:. this! road if theiy 'know filst which route it was to take. In asking this lhe thought he was only ask ing fnir play, particularly as the route was not specified in the petition, and, as a groat portion of the road was. already madeo,...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
Slni?,- t ilappoar by tihe l.'iailtenitary pl:roceedinga publishiued.thrghi thu .~.wis that th1 thIvoinoiinnt are gottig oni very slowly with their .Eloctoial hill, aiud that l:tt'nhnlioxious £50 'auso iiid thosGe pr tainilng thloroto has i hoonl- otod' , bt vote of tih; ]HJuse. Sucoh i caliliso as thi liy pIouillor, Iput ill wliut;?eor light yocnteiUl, ctiiiiot hut ?o an i1feiig midnt on the liberty of the people and manhood. suflrago,'ns inl .whltover shi?pu or dross it aiy sip. *pear it is a prloort flualilicoation. - As thu suhodiie of the reodistri.utioni of the o:ootorate of Northtin: hbrlaind will Ie laid oi the tahblo this iliay (W'ednes day), it might bho a maittoer of sorilmis onslido.ntion among the electors of 1Nortliumborlantd, nsby this soliuduleo'it gibves a small strip of the scanttored por -tion of tihe county a member at the oxisonse of the minilg distriot. It is cortajisly rigligt thart ovary class ought to he rejlroesented,. but surenoly-it canrot be said that th...
THE MAIN ROAD QUESTION. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
THIlE MAIN IOADl) QUESTION. (Coan uu, icated.) THIi meeting called by 3r'. Crondace ifor Tnuesday nigbt, 28th inst., took! llace in :tle old stablcs, La!nhton crossingi. Mr. Croa duace and about six:teen persons, besides sic more fromn the Commonage,.; formed the meinceting. Ir. hiooney was voted to the chair. Mr. CRlOUDncE opened thie meeting, saying that it was called to discuss tihe matter as to where the mnain road slonuld be, or other business tlhat mniglht come before it. MI'r. Dowsixo said he was sorry there were so few present, as he had a motion to pro pose, viz.-" 'lhat this tnmeeting views with in. digmation the conduct of MIr. Croudece, the M[anager of Lambton Colliery, at a ipublic meeting held on Thursday night last in Mr. Stokers' long room." Three of Mr. Croudaco's men here made an uproar, and some one called out that hle moved " Thalt the meetingI adjoniurned till Monday nIighlt niext, to be held in thie Rccha bites' I-Hall." An ameundmnent was then moved " That tlm...
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. V?SSELS.,LOADING AND I'O, LOAD. iEsL, harqune?,¶t.iLIrvne" 'aeilic Ain*riur? sip, 553, Foss ;.to load Walls end 00(1 -, ,? , . Poo.nah, ship, 1?l).0 Huillmau ; loading W"sll.e..d Audromeda, banrque; 43.13, Lanburg; loading A. A. Co. Knowalcy hnall, ship, Jackson, 1773; to load WTalls caud tRvideorn, Nlorwegian barque, fIeoll, 544; to load SWallscnd. Lillie, barque, 4 8, Broi ws lledridifi.g lHoud, ship, 7-0, Itobcrtson to load Fleetwinlt, Aruriean ship, 829, Quest; tolond New **-Lamuiiton Agra, ship, Millor 951; to load Wallseond Annie, bar'lue. 437, Todd ; to load WVaranah Luzou, barlque, 4100, Scarlett; to load Lanmblton . Qlodian, barqueo , 480 Gunton oResult, ship, 853, Tolhzison Saxon, haiqu, 450, · ieoKay; to load ..Wamnatah small Mcl1ihniL'o, ship," 1430, Christiauson ; to load • Wallsoni. ' Lizie Iredall,* barqu) , n 2-3, " Dawson ; to load Lambton Ella GlasJtone, rig , Lane; to load Lanmbtoll Queen of tihe Age, ship, 757, ontgomery lBrit.ishSovereign, sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ! P. MULLEN 01F THE "N1EWOASTLE CLOTH HALL," "IAS JU'Tr HLECEIViD A FIRST CLASS STOCK NEW & FASHIONABLE WOOLLENS, NAMlLY : Scotch Tweeds, at NEWCASTLE LOT ALL. P -. uLTUI;IEN',S 2YVETVCA,?I'L CI;OTII' tlALLT. West of England Tweeds, at P. lUI?LEN',S' NEWTCASTLE CLOT7I! hALL. Bhlissus Tweeds, at' lis.sus Tweeds, at Al ULLEN'S NE WVCAS'LE CLOTHI! 1Alil. Navy Blue, in large variety, at IULLEN' S COH AL. 17. nll UHLlgN',?9 zV]£ 16'AS'TLE CLOTII ITALL, Blue Stockanets, in great variety, at P. J1ULLEN'S NE?OICASTLE CL"OTH HALL. Bannock Burns, at SP. MULLEN'S NEWVICAIST'LE CLO0lH IALL. Geelong Tweed, in all colours, at P. .MULLEN'S NEWVCASTLE GLOTHT HiALL. A nice assortment of Silk Vestings, at P. MIULLEN'S NEIVCAS'TLE COLOTII' YALL. White Marcellar-in good patterns, at P. MUTLLEN'S VNE?YCAISTLE CLOTI"H HALL. -----(0)---- P. MULLEN,;s llad to be able to informn the public .qenerall that hIe has the IJEST'. COAT' CUTI'ERI in the colonies, cwhose dut, is nothing ...
THE WARATAH COAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
STIlE 1AR)A')Alt COA)s CO1ANY.. ''l.he loport of the directors of th1e Warlu'tLl) Coal Colpany, to the twenty-first hallf-yonrly g'.nera:l moeeting of shnrelholcrs, was bl?oughlt )ll)o 3loinl1yd, F Mr. C. Smith in the .ciuir. It r1n as follow?s: 'Tudc clir'otors slllunit .herwithl to the sharleIiol1' rs the results of t.lhe l)st half.ycnr's ol.erations ' he balnclllc-shoilct shows at crlodt of )rOf'i tll id loss Iet-' count on thue 31st of Marclh, :CIl,121 8s. Id., .wlhialh it is propo.?ed to apply as under, viz. :-1. In writing off lhe book vshlue olf the 1ni0so, ./:-1) Si. Sd. . Inii lpayilng aIt dividetd at the raste of los. p?r sl?h:re, .l0(I,0. .1. Jh r'tlletniiIg Ito the ,~lolirnolder. llllh nther' £-1 per slhar towitrds rlainleebnt of capital (mkl lg z3 in all), .Lo 10,IlI. Lia'?-))g a halw.c',e of udiri 'dled pirolCof.1,0 1tI 14,701 'Is. Ci.-lhota, : 10.121 Si. ld. 'hIe slhaft on the b)1ck 1 f " hi;0 acrses is now dlown .120 fect, lo .ving pltli 0d thlullgh 'li 0.- otlhelCr ...
NEWCASTLE. PARTICULAR BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
NEWOASTLE. I'A1tTIOULA?L iiPA'TIST CIUIfUII. (1,,orm a Corarondt.) A ILECTUrit in aid of thU IhLOVO OtImiCh wI?U tdelivered onl Wrednesday evening, the 2?t)h Ap\l)ril, in the Odd follows' Hall, Derby-strcot, by tho R.ov. "D. Alleno of Sydneuy. Subject of th lecture : " :lFther GCrasi, liomen, &e." There was a full house, imost of the leading mnoelnbols of thell Orulage Society having assemibled. Thue fev. 'T. W. Jiobuy, of \Vallsend, was votoed to thu uhidr. The Chr.arlA.N, in introduocing the lecturer, mnado a few able and alpprolpriate retmarks. Ishowilg the value antd importance of thle lprinuiples Pro testants arc in illty hbounld to ldefend, andl the great and lasting Ihenolits thltse principles hald conferred utpon soiety.lat large. 'TheIu Ohailrmlln thlln reforrl;oed to the necessity of organisation l-al n colnilted eftfortito jirotect those lpricipler, and to, lrovutl'hyy all legitinmto hoarns tho encrllllluallnts of thalt ecloslumsticl systome, which, if it had tihe...
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
MIINMi. Oi"Thu'rsday, last groat consternation was created hero by. the annlouncementl thaet two children, n~ged respectively eightL and ten years, belonging to ' Mr. WVardell, elngin? driiver, living at this place, had bee lost. Soearch was made oeverywhere without effect, but providentially Mir. M. Johnsoll, of \WVlls end, happened to be riding home ill the evenl ing anlld accidentally found theme; they were in a very exhausted state through being, so long exposed to tleo wvct.. To .relieveo the anxiotet of thie parents, Mm. 1'crry, of WaVls end, took them homic the same evemlimlg. May 1, 1874.
ANVIL CREEK AND GRETA. MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
ANVIL CIOEEII AND. GRIETAA. 1INEl?LS' MiIEETINO. A PULL meeting of tlheo elnloyesof thlo (alieto c??n pany was hel!d in he carpenfolt's' ihatd udjloiniig thle UGrta pit oit MZotday evutting, thlt 27tLh ittciLt, 0 take into concldertlionl whuthor It wnts ,dvlsjac l to dlineharge Dr. Sr|ahulann or to retaint hitn in thbetoI *zvice. M1r. 8haeddin was voted to the clhair, 'ise Clsirmanll siaid before opening thc meeting hle must give thelrn ill to ullderstaund tlhat hIe knew very little ilbout the mnatter in hland. • -le was'not airvre wlietlhcer thIlc' were ny definite chlrgces asga:inst )r. Schulizati or niot, but hIe said everybody s-hould lihave n fi?l[IZ LaInLsig, and Iwould be esalCed to urge anythi., tlhCy might havC for or against Mat; ln. would now re?dl the scltice call lg .thcms togcthler, which run as follow.s : " A scctilng of Lhe muinersr elmployled at l redia, ssisd all whiJm it Ins:sy colsers'a, will be held on sonsday, g7th lnst, at (i6.30 p.m., ina the carpelHrsa' lshe...
MINERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
MINERS' MEITING. A special general mneting-of the members, of the No 8 Lambton Lodge was convened for W?ednesdas night last, for the purpose of hearing the repor:t of a delegate meeting held last week; also to reconsider the decision of the last meeting in reference to Itidluy and Pringle's case. Mr. 11. Moonny was called, to the chair, and said that as: thero.,wbo':. so.few. present, on account of the rain, he would advise an ad journment till the monthly meeooting, which would be hold on noxt I riday webk, which was agreed to. Mr. G. Clulow said that before the meet ing was broke up, hl wished to inquire if there was a medical committee -in existence at this colliery, as .he had a comnplahint to lodge against Dr. Hill. The Chairman saidl that he did not think thereo was a comuiitteoonow,'ii saiio had left. the colliery; and as tidi'o hild boon no work: for them to do'for the last three years, as the. Doctor had appearoiled to.give eovery sitisfaction, it haed.boon allowed to fall ...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874
(I O.Mi OUR V.jIrOUs COrtrnESrONDEIN.'.r lAMHBTON. Tilus wet weather this week hans mad'e-n mess of tile mooting arrangements. In the first pinco it militatcd considerably against the Baptist meeting on Monday, and. on Tues day, after Mr. Croudaco going to the expense of having Land bills printed and distributed all round, calling meeooting at theo old cross ing, " to consider which route the road was to tako from \Vallsend to TNewcastle,"k the;; rain canme down in torrents anid the ineeting had to be postponed till Thursday evening at the same place. What a pity after so much trouble and expense, and all for tlhe benefit of tihe p.ublic.