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Building Society for Wallsend. PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

Buliding soclet W f Wullsend.,_ PUBLIC IMtEIiETI .O Thursday evening last a .pilblic nieeting of. those interested iti the formation of .a Buniling and Investnient Societ.y in .Walls end was held in Harrik's Assembly liooms. Mr. T. Alnwick was voted to the chnir.. , j The "0OiAi~JIAN said they -had becn lcalled together by .ndvertislement, which Ie wo old roead: "'-Ie hitd 'bien reqnosted io insert this advertisement by several gentlemen in Walls ,cld, with the.view of forming a Building Society lhero. Siice doing that he had heard a great many remarks to thelef'fect that. if. a society was formed here it would ,injuiro the Lambton one. Well, peahaps it would. Then ,again;, some said t sHociety here would not prosper. T1his might be the ease andiit might not, hbut he thought if on' was. fiiled in Wallsend a great, many: shares owould be taken up, and, houses boe rapidly erected, thus enhancing the value of the tbown. Doubtless this would interfere with the pro gress of the Uambton s...

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 — 6 May 1874

S.a,-WxVillsomo:of your' numerous readers doro cnuversmnt.-in Muilicipzd law than myself, oblige in'e with a reply to tho followinui :-A., B., and 6. ino:aldermon of a certafin municipal district. Also, aro the dulyf appointed Finance Committee, two of whiclh, I bolieve formnn a quorum. B. and C. attend on the usual' committee night, among the accohunts sublmittedi C. presents one on his own Ihbalf, which is passed for payznont. At the uuanl maoeting of the Council, amongst other . buiness the Finance Committee's repsort :is' ~ead, 'land B. moves its adoption and C. seconds it, and 'it is canrrie. I wvish to know if the,above, is, or isa not, contrary to the oiuiising And spirit of the Municipaities Act ? S , Yourairhly, . ,U L IE .. * "....; ;. , ", '-." ".*: ,.' , INQU IREIR. .

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NON-DELIVERY OF THE ADVOCATE BY POST. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

|NON-DELIVERY OF THE AD VOCA TE, BY POST. Sx.Ncl the abolition of the -postage duty we l•havle blen 'continuailly rcceiving letters frorn oullr silbscribers ii' Sivduv.VY , ollougong, d11(" outher...placesrespiecting--thle on-uieceipt of thie Advocate, 1and ls we are positive copies are regularly posted to them, we wouldllre sjtectfully brine- the matter of this ng'lect, unilcr e ihe iof,'e of iieP-ustmnaster-Genieral. The following is a copy of a letter only re ceived yesterday : ('6f tlhe Editor of the Mliners' Adnocate) D])Au SIrt,-1--. g to call yeur.attention to the fact that I have iot" received a siug!e nuumber of youir Siturday's. issue sihce you began to publish twice a week, for what reason I cannot undertake to say. As 1 purposed froml the very first becoming a regular subscriber to your paper, I trust I shall nlot haveto complain itagill of this want.- Asuan old reside .t of 1VallsesCl nd anneighbourhood, I take a deep interest in all that is going oll and 1 there fore v...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

,,(To th Ed itor ?/ th Jlr;,,ern' Adeocute.) u :t,--I feel it iicutlnloeut 11po01 me, or ,au Carlyle would say, " An unwont?d desire hais arisel withii .unm", to address, through you, the inhalbitants of this district upon the very ihporuant queslion of the main road roTt Newcastle to \Walliseud, or, at least, itha i o whicli now formms 1a uiibject of Oii trover 5 w I the i? ibitamtjs f the district north of i ii, dal lt of Lm?hton, the C'ommonage, and New LJaiubtoi i'is is a matter Swhlbli'in~st; ofloieccssity, interest thu hole of thu inhabitants fron \Vallsend to Newcon e, bIecfluse it brings them into closer.-and safer ornmniinicationt with each otlfer. - Some tlnic duriing the year 1873, and at the instigation of. the then M'Malyors adl aldermen of the Larton as nHamiltolt Inunici. palities? the Governmct wef Wr ed to s1rvey a line of road from Han tol ? ? ton, being a portion of the mails road ous t itsui to Walls end; the route upo lle stg rý istiIrt mProcedst n.orth-wjsterly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

. or i , .. .. . ,l e, I. . .. ... . ... Au, ) b t iiabrliarn 'Oinnerit''. "" ..'. and stai da uni vailed. .he "'dfoudrol eoires it' hi fl'cte'l, w?hich ix rrOved by" thd folidwingl trti minlitlsn 'from lpr1,iv" of iudoubted 'rest, tablity, andl ,iho lidn'tt ionce luie ediiiiinlieitdd "with, ,ail the lsige diut daily increaring de7rihnd, "r'bve it'o 'bo- still' lwe-eminent * over anytlxhig of ' tlh liid ydknown: Austrhe Ausian ian Ointni? i of a i'lt jlIti GIiE'N COTIOUlI,' te'iu ii'New Souxtac '0or thb ilits' rinri.. whicWa it Jis iniile,' rid 'otiall freed frottn an )id lFld. el eteri s aouid i poi b c ius'ji' pm'ties -.Lg00,O00 -ill e igivmeii to dnya?- t cp u'rove thil, Aintr 'alian Olnmit: to 1' 'itftlld iiug tclei tiot'ii lsim itir Ieroi statfited loul? od 'i bHl ts"a iidlo, nil \iho adAl'tor,'ce h iavo reidinisitciiitt 'ivoel i fri its use; antii sam'dely' ?iry hosinie ehm idw'b f6ftid 'nil out it; a?lnnd the AustrinlrtijOlirntmitient is now th lou tsehol word 'of thel'co'lii...

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MEETING OF TRADES CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

yCfi-':'Ull oi'd"aldosl Cd ngrbrs,t~vaich~haý dd'ir t itgnatcIkfTi' I duringi4lre ;jrdac!itf' ilrbk. r iresenting as it does from"*OOOdgt0otb ". 00,000wwjtIb'rkln' tnn';hienlcaini t' iWo l'e Wda ? ftlofsa thattiti/ntional' irniioitatico': EneW ;' ' tio dogress mny bofdnsidlerfdia irllbP~i' '1 mftudf Ibl~ainlexl.!r ." !.ri8·rth'ec iz't81·n'tjic'icb ijllwi6insair opao.lo,!aiib bbingcl ' i8eii~s~eW·ii ilr anlgdd,'.by iti·oiakingl~utrn l· llilly "off N4110;161~ illseceoid.tO rii one o.n'ti iO'lund t6thf &f'ltrdtl6 ldp tositiis. v11' silbjoetk'i tlioutthdvo'bbo i'' iti lidell discuaelon'at tle'Coninrcs' esA 'in nyaof~iitJen~l ofnwidelaio lYiclya1idui: T ahi~n~' toiii thiigs;'J tirei delegntds l"leifllco'sid.dl' }114i tiiini l dLaw ii~tnetid'irdlfttl ^A'd, f the' 'ý1mters and Servants Act, t.he 'Cdnspi-t TicUt d m thue bo·des Uiion-:--Act, anld alothe in wtiit l4pyltftY0llf4 J. ii.6l'W to press fu ;tilj I'! '·I Il?'ru I IHV. r~fr Ltfo o)noft· :ilpditantl 'e"'ts of the CongF .}y n ...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

NEWCASTL SHiPPING. V S S.LO AND,. O LOAD. end \.W2 N ýj'C6 Hvideor', Noritegian barque, ` eoll;5'44 ; t' load VWallsend. Lillie, barque, .1 8, Brown ledriding Ilo d, ship, 720, llobertson to load Waratuah Fleetwin , American ship, 829, Guest; to load New Agra , aj; iilei1, I to load W'alleend Annie, barque; -37, Todd-; to load Varatnal Luzon, ..barque,400, .Scarlett4 -to.load.alunbton " Clodian, barqnc, 480 Gunton; to load New Lamb ,ton. lResiltj; lip,"5,; Iio ? : . " · ' "" " ?a;x?. ,a~bP F·lb2LP 0,w 1.-cIa_._aY__.to load W?VarataL. Ssmall Melpoumene,. ship, 1439,. -Christianson ;, to load Lizzi hlrila'le, bIarque, ?23, Dawson; to load Ella latono, jrig,i a . loadLmabton Queen of the Age, ship, 757, ontgonmery . . British Sovereign, ship, 1218 Randle ; to load Anvil Creek Vcrulam, bu~que, 1510, 1Vhiiitifg ; tolcad Lnbhton Kliighlt of SnowdonT.i ship;, 056, lRhardisonii; to load' - Wallseinl oe to ad New Queeisi, h iilh," 396," Colen'ia ;' td load mNew Coq.4du illage, enseh bnrque.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

To til dIk4I '~i ii Prlotc-,'~ion.. -IXTNrshD a Du]A, Q(Ai DMDOi WY PRA( I 1'.1 OJIt t tb.e (.icn C'ollirn3. rIoi· a'rticubar8c aI 01thu..)1 zgdmiwdicl Ahppli. cilt n,4 In !e sczut i IIToce~ 20111 11*L3' :9r Mnyn g \ STIFD1)OhT ··· ·- Sccie~:t iy Oreta, April I'O1i, 1874.' 2 14: ·; ~) I aftIJ, ivlr ii Ileaving bu !Ilintlrtict, Placo ir~ith Oio I u of raP~tdqck, tc., ?r.~.:· d 'I U2IALtO E1Sl·:I· Ap~ply, on4 tlzct ThLUiIIr,U 01 :~1V I ta' 8t(i0 l Lanibton. [)441 :I' 17i·~ : .·.·.. Mu uieilhaI 1B:ayoIIl oit . ý$'tIIl ei1Ii. W .1Ir'lý r: SUI0Vi \I Oll to maLe tlWcX .LeO Vv 'zind coiitoniXUXpvLcy uLf t.g e ]Ro .Xg" Appi icatioia 'willbe receclyvi until to , ,icd llth nti tnX. I l.s FoX pXXXticuhu1U applp3 to,.. .IA l I FLET1' Eit, r ` NAj1lSS willj bereceived oun S,4tuitodla' ti L '.J Ytlidy'oE MIX3 iXt fi~tlm ])OXL, icwi1 "" XXXake aVXXutlCiO~iX 01 XX I inXIenll"i ' etirty wli h thle above.Is9Xiug " Ii lrieý, I dere' i i n4t slat LXX their. XfL~i)XIAXXIOX III wlIXXt.ir IX I (. ill rru ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

TO 1O1t1tnSPONDENTS. . lrescporidciits lare requsted' to adhere to the following suggestious to ensure insertion: 'To write only on one side of the paper, to' wiite iii clear and distinct characters, and to avoid all scurrility or' offensive personality. Each writer will be required to forward his or her name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantcc of lood faith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

-(. '-' :Ieewca tle1-Agency. - R:.THlQM'AAS NEW, 1-'Hunter-street, IIN (lhth'Loit's i:MilliStoie),"'las been appointed . -! , . , ' , ,AGENT .FORI THIS JOURNAL in Newcastle, in place of Mrs. Paine-from •UwhIO. copies of' ife' AI VOCATE, aind t1 ,n ifnormacion contcern in A DERTISE 1AENT'S and JOB PRIJIN'ING can alwa/ys Ibe obtained , l : Miners' Advocate Ofice, Tlallsendln March/a, 1874. *-N- 0 T 1 C E/ Lanibtoun 'ubnserilers and Others. COPIES of the eINERr S' AD VOCATE can ALWVAYS 1hE OBTAINEiD by applying toMn. WV. I'. 'DENIT'nena the Church ,of England, Lanmbton. *r , ·· *'I'^ l ' '^ r' ~L- -~^~: ·' · ---- --" ^

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QUEENSLAND. George Town, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

QUEENSLAND. Ge' rge Town, Monday. The blacks have-killed some men near Craigie. : .Hennessv's 'storekeeper, who started 'on Wednesdiºa iith horses, has re turned. Great. aiaxiGti3.,prevails,. ,and. Gou.h's troopers are gone in search. Several reefs have been taken up lately, but labour is scnice. '" -""'

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

@iLiginail Q(torrc5ponbrntcc.. S1 di pclly uriideroiood that we do not id ves with-th e 1ii!.s exprceRed Yfýyu carrespo cum nu uicatio ns m.ust 'hCe"- nanes ma resses of the w?rit?rsJaLtthc? , aQt ce:ssail??or publina Stion bult as an guialult?etc.4od I. :"J 1I___

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

MELBOURNE. Monday. A disaster which happened to the dCam bridgeshire occurred on April ?,.* The vessel, which is of iron, was totally dismasted. Fortunately no lives were lost. Mr. Stephen took his seat on the Bench this morning. The names ofseventeen players have been entered for the chess handicap. - The Hion. Mr. Anderson and the' Hon. Mr. Mackay were sworn in to-day as Minis ters of Publiic Works and Education.respec tively. The. ev' nce against: Maher is concluded.' It is .ejted that he will be committed for trial to-morrow. The Divorce Court sittings commenced to-day. In the case of Sutton v. Sutton and with, for adultrv, a decree of dissolution was granted. I,..: Forster, the spiritist medium, 'proceeds to Sydney to-morrow. In the ease of M. Mitchell (maintenance case), where the Court allowed the wife £150 per month, an application was made :to attach £1b 000, about. to be, transmitted to:Mitchell in England. The Court held' that it had no.

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WALLSEND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

wALSENgNoIacflJ O T A spoolal general meeting the n ber of the above institution was held"i Wededu ay evening last, for the purpose of oting three -ustees, so that their bs may erted in tlhe? nvey anoes or doe (on ha of the stitS now being drawn u?n the purchase nd lately made. ,T'ere war a g ttoadanoe embers. Mr. J. Y. leilaoa (the Pr ent), o led the chair, whr, after reading the n e o ng the meeting, de. clared it open. On tion of Mr. Rushtot,, seconded by Mr. Thom 'Gee Mr. J.Y INeil* son, Fr. homas Fry d ? r. J. T. lrlersoi were proposed as trun es, Bich, being puttwae carried unanimously. he S tary(Mr. A. W1 ) was empowered to a on bob of the Institftioii, to give all neces informa for the convey •anoe. The ree ?ion of the ting claii wa next considered, which, after a li e discusson,. a motion was carried un imounly' tht :the Ministry who were lat?n e'should,. ea rly as convenient be req?t up on thbe o. tice board their first eofoorlebate. After the usual votes of thanks m n ing...

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POETRY. TRUE RICHES. "My mind to my kingdom is." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

P O ETR Y.. ",. ."My lrindu." i kafi gdom i ,, I'm a pnor workip mn int, yet'tian or tojiJe) : do: 3 ait like'a ig-a n m iy'wa eiojvlhJi, I Flor.iny 1 mw1iiJ tf'wcaIacut all tts.here satl The Il;se a.e.l theo telltli'tliat Ai'My Mker atsl ;, Andl the joys tht rIeapslfronthei~storbni)of bliss- } t,. " ,F:'t ?1.,, [?,.v-;,: Few potentates lknow of a r l.ptun i-l;,chl;. 3, , ( Contented and halppy- too.low for a fall I strive to live,f £indly,with opae,ad with all. I reck not of rank, 'for y'i ian clan supply Enough for my heart, for.ni liriain, for my eye. The looks that I read, and the thoughts that they give, ' - . : , Afford me the w aith that I labour to hav. , Though obscure and unkno.waApoLpg.thg' rantkslof the great, Though my vote be unisoght, nyr ave no weight, ., i'I'. m- .,t Though the waters ,be rough ib'er wr?h't Ifmutnt crose, .. .,,I ", ti? , '.i i: ! i 1["?? And the windsc may assail, and the ',iil5lw saYgsg m ay oss- Yet,' the lercer tlrfhlTafitTni soT `oi R oson And ...

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HOBART TOWN. [VIA MELBOURNE.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

HOI3ART TO N. [ýIA M B I DoLRUNJ.I : . Monday.' Arrived: Natal Queeni and Acncii, frimx Newcastle. 'They both sailed (';ii the same day. Tne Natal Queen, on passing ]llJde'rs Island, saw fires lighted on the' souith-east end. Tlley?vere evidently bbiigeplt bLringi ig to attract attention ; but, owing' to tihe heavy swell and a lee shore, the master wis 'iafraid to venture neaLi.

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PUBLIC SCHOOL AT WARATAA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

. PUuBLO SCOOL AT' WARATAA. We notico by the O?zette of Friday, that Messrs. Robert ;Jhgall, Peter Crebert, Richard'-Bell: WiIl liam M'Nulty, Joseph Williams, and. Peter, Nor gar,! have becen appointed to form the Public School Boird. at Waratah. -' ''

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THE MAIN ROAD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

THE MAIN ROAD QUEPTION.. By an advertisement.,in another column it will'be seen that. a public meeting on the above question is to take place this (Wednesday) evening at the Lambton railway:croasing., . ,;

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A LIBERAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

A LIBERAL Ac-.' Mr. Fletcher, Manager of Co-operativeColliery, has recieved the following letter from 'Y. Laidley, Csq;, enclosing a cheque of £300, as a donation towards the new Public School now being built at PlHtla burgh. Apart from the value of the dbnatlibon, we. take it as a convincing proof there is a .t'rog ddiiar fo a welfare of those employed at his colliery. WVe 1 certain this act of generosity, on the part of M . aidley will be' highly appree t;d, not only by his n men, but bythewhble o the working classes in district, and'e thin this may ea. taken as ano er evidence of the " ndty feeling now existinig be on oapital and laur : loyd's Chambo , George-st, S" Syd ,.25th April. S" dear Sir,-I lose you, promised, £300 towar? tiheitlding the noc hool at P'latts burgh, *thyIincores vishes the welfarandl *prospolt of ae little o s wh may be educated there. rs ry truly. o' ' 'M Fletcher, eratio . Colliery, Plattsburgh.

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EXPORT OF COAL FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

EXPORT OF COAL FROM NEWCASTLE. The exportof coal from Newcastle for the week end ing Friday, ot inst., amounted to 16f 034 tons.-28 4 tons of wh.c were shipped to Sydney, 2316 to A1il. bourne, 600 to ?eelong, 1 to Adelaide, 213 to WVal Iaron, 218 o New 'Zenala700 to Batavia, 1700 to India, 67 '~? ingtonT87T.to Shanghai, 439 to the steamers, and 9?P) tons fo# h0ome consumption. Of the above the ?. A. Co. sent away 372I4ttons,"' Wiallsend 2049, Lam lon 3082, Wara'ta; 3895, do operative 978, New Labton 1261, Anvil'Creek 440, Greta 004. The export of coke amounted to 10 tons from the Co-operative Colliery for Sydney.

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