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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874
NEVW 'LAMI$TOY', Tu oilly hews I have to send this week is the following cricket match, betwooel the Prince of Wales (Wallsond) and theo New Lambton Club; which was played here last week. It will be seen by the scores that the Ilsenders won by nine wickets. New LmrTON,. I ifrt INfiutro. II b A. Iurrol ., ... ... O J. You g A, Murel l... ... ... 9 W. Hilnthanl u neatson ... ... 7 J, Kay, b Dunc? i -... ... 1... 1 W. Lee, b A, Murrel .. 5 J, Williams, h A. Murrh,' . ... 2 W.V . Graoo, ?b A urrol... ... 3 E. Barlow, i`Duuiionson .. ... 0 J. Donnelly, run out ... ... ... 2 WV. Millington, not out... ... ... 0 Sundrles ... ... 19 58 Second Iinnings. W. Hinton, b A. Murrel... ... ... 8 VW. Johnes, b. Diireanson.;. ... ... 1 J. Willis.ms, b Duncanson ... ,,, 2 W. Lee, b Duncanson ... , O.. ... E. Barlow, b Dunict.lson ...... O0 H. Burt, c Drummond, b Drummond... 1 W, G. Grace, run out ... ... ... 1 •J..Iay, c and b Drummond .... i ,...i G J.. Young, c Murrel, b Duncanson 3 J. Donnelly, e W...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874
. LATEST TELEGRAMS. CABLE MESSAGES. (rno a S. U. I1RJALD.j LONDON. May 1. The wool 'sales are now marked by con siderable langour, sud 2000 bales have been already withdrawn. The trade have decided to have only four sales this year in.stead'of five. The next series is'to'commeoce ou AugustL,18. The coplper market' presents, no nlew fea tures. Chili baa'are quoted at £74.to .75; Australia £83 to £86. The tin market is again heavy.,and un settled, with a' tendency to low; quo tations. Straits slab is quoted at £960 to £97 ; Aus tralian refinled, £93Jto '£95. Ore has. been sold at froin £xi to £56 for high assays. Hostilities have bee?' r.esumed at ]iscs y. The Republicans are gradnally advancing A private tolegram 'from London rep.orts the arrival home of the o6ol.. ship Cat!eart, which sailed from this port on January; 7.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. THE PITS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. TH1E PITS. The pits have not worked" well this week. The Wallsend laid idle on Monday,, and w.,rked both shifts on Tuesday. The Co-operative only worked one half shift. - ... SUDDEN DEATHI. A mnlnaI amoamas Goetches died very suddenly; yester Iti~ars thntbthe pdor fellow took l1 last ni o'clock, and died at: b'clock. Drs, lark were in atteidance;but without ing e to render any assistance. He suffered excrucaThig pain forsome time before death intervened, and it is thouglit that'his desease was English choleran. '
CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY AGAINST TRADES' UNION OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874
CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY AGAINST TRADES' UNION OFFICALS. Tea Newcastle-on-~yne Chronicle of Jai. 31st says :-" A sin :ular trial was commenced at the BIrnley Police Court last week. 'Thomas Halliday, president of theo; liners' Associa tion, William Atkinson, miners' agent, Thomas Worral, secretary to the Miners' Association, George Riley, Joseph Har greaves, Bannister Hargreaves, Thomas For sythl, and, several other officials connected with trades unions, were summoned for in dccing certain workmen, in thel employ of the executors of the, late Mr. Hargreaves, to break their contracts. It was stated by the prosecution that the employers in' question had hitherto worked .their pits witlh'?on-union men, and because they refused to employ union men there had been a strike., The mlasters, thereupon,' sent :.to Cornwall and other places, andl secured sufficient men to work the pits. The defendants, however, induced some of the men thus brought to the pits to break their contracts, and paid th...
WARATAH. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, MAY 4TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874
W VARIN4.; MUNICIPAL COUN MEETING. MONDAY; MAY 4 it, 1874. TUE usual fortnightly nmeeting bof,th'e above toolk placo ',this evening., Present :-G. Wallace, (3Mayor),.. andi Aldermen -Watson, M'Michael, James, Bell, and Woods.. The n intates of the previous- meeting were read ,and confirmed. A petition Vwas presented, by Alderman tJames on behalf of the reiident3 of Dawson sireet, Hambury, praying that repairs urgently;'reqnired be done. Referred to Irm-. prov ent.Codmmittee. ;? A l1er was read from Mr. R.,Ingall, call ing t on to the road' running' parallel to his l1; nd requesting the-Couneil to take imme lte epse'for itos repiiir, as -the traffic is increasi,; also, the necessity of the road. being, so .r inl as to.facilitate the approach, to the new P cl School and teacher's resi dence, now ;a~nt to be. created, Letter received. MAY' i MiuTEss. 1.. Overseer was tructed to remedy the grievance, comnplaine of Mr. Crebrett's lette'r' of the Gth Ma jl-2. Overseer has been instructed ...
SYDNEY. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874
Monday evening. To-day there was..a moderate inquiry' for gold shlares./ Several'sales of Star of Pena~ were made at Gs. id. to (is. Od., Rawslthiorne'i. brought 2s. Sd.; Carroll Beard's s. GJd.? ind Lion Reef. 4s. O'. Caliper riot wanrited ix copft nL at a decline. Sliulu Oil shares were weaker, sa|ls at 13s. WVallsend Coal wani'tecd at 14; Waratalh old at 12. When the Speakcr took the chair id tiiL Legislative Assamnbly a hare *quorum iiiwas mado at the last minlte. Theo principal question discussed was the Pensionis Ligitn tionll Bill, the second reading of which wa moved by -the Colonial Secretary." It was' difticult to keep twenty members tolethlur during the atfieriioonl, aid at len'th a' 'coni.i, out" was accoml)>lished. " . . 'Tlih election of.directors of the Aiueatralian llntlll PrnovI-iut. i Souiuty hast roes o -: di in.t'he ruturii of thli loni. A. (upillUell anil 'Mr. J.i lairf'fax. r.-l. Paige was electJed ,:aiuditbr., The fullowing i a n notice of m olimi fur to-' ...
BATHURST. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874
..3hATILU LSTI : r oniday. At the COircuit ;Court, to-day, Sauniei Alfred Jones, for stickingl upj.the .Cdwra mlail at Mittens Crock, was convicted; .John: Larkin, alias Francis M31Guin, arraigned for horse-stealing at Gulgoug ,.was ufond guilty of receiving; George Wilson, arraigned for larceny ut.iatlmrst, was found guilty of re ceiving. Sentences : Larkin to six monuths': hard labour in ~Bathurst gaol, and.Wilson to three yearsoln the roads..
POETRY. SOLD-AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
SSOLD .AGAN. P" i, t - Pr" into.iho coolCr dly.V, - oj Anil t"he totaries of Fashion ' * ll. : - AUllal dlown tlheCir ,itik"m!. On A Ii.ul.lyet o io .lighl t pliktatiin , ,- ( ::" I i.TIArs3tlovu-ui-earit9i', Liyin'g cve4 y ,V:ir'rir 'ow.. ;r-. 1hahd felt mIy. uls:B bls u:t;ilig. SAt tohe 'nrni ti uch of her lmnid. I ihad follkwed.in, hqr.footstepa-, - Dreamed I.was in?firy-lnil« " ./ SShe had hung upon any accents, With her loAely violet eyes Glis'ninmg at the words I whis-pered, P.enaiing with a glad surpriti./7 - ( -j TVo had wandered down the sea heacli With theo'iodhliklit b-.reua straiig ?. Listened to the night winds whisper, . Wondered what the waives were saying. And agiain we stood together .olal theo neentsae bb 'and oiving,l , ,'i, While the blushes of this.unset,: . SOn.the wae ero, rUlly gloting. . . " Dea'rst." naidl she, hesitating, " tll ! nhl l, ewolth hQt a ljnvo tarried; 'To-.i. rrqi,\. uia'l.y'ipt Wfok'!',,"i d e.'r, n.y darlng, I ani-i-m:aried 1" ri" Msietld I"...
MUDGEE ANNUAL RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
MUIU)EE ANNUAL IAClE. 'lThe second day's racing under the naspice.s oft'lhe Mudgee Turf Club came off on Thurs dly. 'T'liere was a Inlarg attendae, and the racing good throughout. The following isi thie result of thli day's racing : Slrl.I N "a HAN D IzA. Corisande ... ... ... ... 1 Binalong ... ... .. ... 2 Uood race. I nrint. 4(; see. MAAlz m.. P'l.ATr. King of the West ... ... ... 1 The Novica ... ... . ... 2 Tiimen, 2 min.' l7; sec.. , T'o .\ I .A'1': . liose d'.\mour ... .... .. 1 Vivan... ... ... ... . .. 2 W,1on cleverly, after a splendid race. -Tine, ? tin. 47.:sef.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. CABLE MESSAGES. London, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
LA -S T TELECGRAMS. ," a (F:IM 1. M. l eIIE A, ,J.D. S+:CAtIIE MIESSAGES. London, May 5. Th e C:trlits hIaving beent driven back by ftla. 1?-iiiltii-ina folrces from several points, hlisve retreatred t tthu vicinity of Bilbao. Mlar~ld'uil 'errato and General De in Cotchat :,iiLtred ]Bilbno on Saturday amid great rejoicings, and tbeir forccs are dispersinlg thie Carlists tLhrough t!he neighbotring pro ~inlce of Giitifirrimaxbi. A uai'itary levy has boeen order;ed; to include all Spnudliarids over nineteen years of age. PIpe In. s IS1X. has made some njew eccle siasticall arranlgnements in Victoria and itt New Zealand. .le ias raisedl the Roman Cathlolic diccese ofMelbourne t anu 'Archbishlopric under the 1cv..ltmes Alipius Goold, D.D. Now Sees also have been created at Ballarat and Sandhirst. The Balllarat bishopric is placed under tho episcopal ciharge of Dr. O'Connel. [Probably the Very Rev. Dean O'Connel, Vilcar-General of )Dublin. The 'Rev. Dr. F'ortune, President of All-Hallows ...
PARLIAMENTARY [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
P'A ItLIAMN¶ 1KV T IY IN the0 LegiSlaive Arsain: is onl 'J2Iauistln Ilast, thle i~pol~t foiollr tIllt Coal\i atou or' th \Vhoie 1aott5o oi,·il It) AlulclsltC Lttt)lu I rtl~d~illgr of theu tii1llll wniaute 111 01~ odck of- tilt '.~~i.!~'biberdil ''3L. tW1e Srlot tht)-']tkctnaiil disijttsof 1iiallti~i, i-au capo1Ila'iata Ii;aiL MI~itlaiid, MnIiiiiirig Porllt 31n..qilm I~L' Mur Ieih M1Cnrl~niinbdgec, .ltii l'l,; Nulo, c~hl b~ll~llud, (ilalogrt. O~x or Paddpil ,tons liParra ItijillOi1 Sci' East Syrdney West \yd'eylbioaighzt, Wi~no, bti L!onard ~o!Vl~li nt oft a bpeilealnc~, iiltd fOr'.:~JLi' aittiai enlrl~lllig slilediliio ~ Iof' the 1*11; w~s5 cira~is oil divi 13101 by di to2 of ¶Ihe secondl seiiac~nie fIacu bill, I~u.sciabinlg time anode of arltu~g~lig tile .eiectoalli rolls, w~s agreed ti witliont (liriSion. ¶ii l~hseitoii o~ Mse'(tnty·-tuiyit in 'cianso ta, as thea numib r o( olcitorail dlisti icts to be ajeatdct ~lilit~l tilt) bill; nas a~greud to. Cinoso 0, in re~feienele to 4l~ea...
Threatened Reduction of Wages in England. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
Thr eatened Reduction o.f lages in Engluand. S's will lhi bQen seen by the latest adlvices -fi"n -homne, there is an attempt abourt laeing iaiade to interfere with the rate of \~ages, •od we think the minerx.and lhblouring" clansses of this district ought" to take.that as a warning" to nact" aim tiiusly ahd-a iscrectl\ in everyt.hin pertdiningr~ato:tIlteii" :sbcii:l position. .: hlave no hesitatio n in saying thnat the rise in the iprice of oanL in thisd1 triet has lien oIe of th.l ?reate.C, lilea?fs??'lis to .hlot, eclmiloI vrmil emiplo,?e that coihl have posh bl "taken .•laco; Thii jiiic6?'Yf Lthe aarticle wras not risen to such a p.itcli as to make the purLhase prohibitory,-it was only a'iSon to a figure tlhatvwould enable thesl e proietors- to pna tile producor a .fair wnae for liis labourl, and then leave a reason nblh margin for profits. But .somotimes men in theirfulaeLs .,forgietthatit lthey, ?ere once in poverty.g and ,there ace,others- toao f.ound:so ;strngely ounstiitited...
(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
(To dte Editio q/ thi Miiniier' .Adiioiitc.) - Stit,-Accoritiing to Iadtvertiseiiieni t~t WhiII icih - ptoitr2td iin the toetl patpers, at.o s.et?ig andt liei'irii it b;oy goillg rounlitl tlhe r,6w, antil st~iutrbs, callit.g i iiiectltig to be itll ili tile ttecritiittc Hiill, wih'.e diu culse of telpllerltince viis to be: "idvlijciitlc by sllle Mrii._*- uiil.ier, an dtitell i ,iei r t L 'il-e-latice teutIrer, inte of Victorin, al?o Mir. It. Toidii, of \Wtlltsinl. I tht ilu gli ti WOu lito got i th iiieet iiig, iiiiil iii vi Ld uts to actomiipiiny air, tthiinking ±sto dittiii tioiir ierihiijpi to our idvairtllge. Accoltli iligy we weatl to tell Ilitll, btiut sool leulill?ld tthLt t tilectt Li lltl iii l tt yet, ila iD aau l rlitillraie. \\'e wtiteitl illnd weitled ultilt a litc hour, lut noi slteiikerl i?ilc;, n iil tIti lighti welure extiliguistied, iilil we tliid to retui? ln ou oulr hlolncs g·eintly dli pinllll tdlllie, -nldt nio ielao. , givren for suht dtsaitlloiitizinet.n Now,...
Main Road from Newcastle to Wallsend. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
aI Ma in d''im m> . New ewcistl 'e to . TVallsend. .. . PUBLIC' MEETING. AN open-air meeting took plance at tlhe ILambtoi, Railway Crossing on Wednesday revening: lastWitfTlic Tlttndince wIhs' iot~ so large-as was expected owing'to the weather, the rain coining down shortly after the mieet ing. opened. ' r. Abbedego' .Morgan.,,vas iroted'td tile chalir. -....The COAAI.ll',u, in opening .the meeting, urged upon those: present :thlic necessity 'oi giving. ever-y speaker, a fair and impartiiil hearing. JHee Joped; thlywould Ifor once be .ble to say, tlit an cirderly anid quiet moeting had taken plihco at'the railway crossing, as th~at soOt hi~fl a" very had reputation. The imeeting hav,ing been declared open, Mr TuoMAs COrouncr'estated that he was once -more-to-the -fore. HI'lalt'kii'ti-hi.i 'trouble to:call.togehier tliatthieetihg fo insist onlh singitlmhe'niai road' from?i~Newcastle to Warllsend brought thr.iiiglh Newi Lamibton. He was hostile to the idea of leaving New Lanmbton -...
THE MAIN ROAD QUESTION. REPRESENTATIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
THE. MAIN ROAD QUESrTION. --. REPRESENTATIVE MEETING/ -YESTEnDAY (Friday) a corifenrence/o/, mtiyors, aldermen, and others of?tle 'oi-odsis municipalities interested in 4he ab.ove quess tion, was held in the Couincil .bhalidmnbers, ?Waratah, to consider .ord~ decide. upon the'best steps to be taken for the proclam-? tioni by the Gvtrnnment of a dinain -tiunk road from Newcastle to Walisend,:;h and fr the petitioning of Parliamnent (or otlherwise) for a grant of mnoney for makilng a road lie tween Nevwcastle an W dk.end. The meet ing as ecdnvelmed by the MIayor of Lamli ton (T'. Abelj Eq),fo,'ifr the'purpose of coi sidering,.whetherpthisqu estonwhioh-has, created so much agitation lktely could be decided. The following gentlemen reptre sented thei r mebjictve unwicmpaities. :=. IT'?l.u .Lie.Mauvom (G:Wallace, Esq.) Al dermen Watson? Vood, rM'Michael,'Turner, Harper, and James. "uamlbton : ihe Msayor (T.-Abel, Esq.), Aldermen Green, Goodlaew, Dainty, Maddack, and Yate., and ''. Crouda...