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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
IAMIllTON. - .I wOTICiS tlh6 tollr Ijit lashs i eq abot tile only excc4Žption to the slnqkc wor& the: collieries this ?eek, andeven it/was idXJ-on Monday. a'ne thenlhowover, wvork has le? steadily progresing ceery day. •l'he A..A . ,.Company's new. pit, at .the. Glcbe, commenced to draw coal for the first time on T?n? rsdayr'hind I believ' it'has 'beei christenied the "Hamilton." 'WA few pairs of men haloe been.cabled thcre I believe,.but I think their work will be principally shift for t.he:riesent. . A deputation composed of Mfr. Middlcbury, local secretary, and, Mr., Sommerville, .t'ea-I surr, .waited..upon Mr.. Winship :to-dayi respecting s'evcral grievanies at'this colli.ry. anp~'thetimalters : were, discussed itd 'con si lered. May 7. *
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 9 May 1874
iF'.RIEN D'"OF A L L. !r El' no one be longir '.r.''sse:d with the lit.idctid-' .5.A thati tlhi tilnlindv ii trwtnblu' tilt tlteie pnri fyiiig.I'ills'have hal fair, trile. A fI',w dosesnwill remotlve theull.lurln urgedlli- sjYlnlptOmlll, sllUnd 'the.ulftew gcoullltltely coutrdal:sl dinoiderdi'ecttiioni, rourse the Itrpid liver, relicsioth li ulhtricited kidlneys'. clense ,inllure:llood; and iClInfCr on every function ilhtalth-l ful vigour... ' . -' Impuirities of -llodd. 'i'Thec'vwondeiiiul Pills are valned i ti , tiihu Iinnimblcsat licanitls as well' IL in the hiuses of comfortnntd si'etalli. ' e'J'l v/iork ti tloroulgh purillistiouL througLh out 'i'to whol systtem, without dis.orderi'ig jihlth' natural ncatil of any orgati, and eradiocatc tllhose ,ertsi:of complaint which consign tens of thousandit Ito a 'enrly grnve" . Indligestioi, Bilionus; Complaints, and Siuk Heandache. , io oorgan in the humnn body'is so liable to dis lIirder as the liver, and none is more :pt. when neg leet...
MAHAR'S CASE AT GRETA. (To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
AIMAHAR'S CASE AT GRETA. (T'o the Editor of the Mfiaers' Advocate-) Snm,-I should not have taken the trouble to write to you on this case had it not been for the abridged account of the matter given by your acor respondent, and also the way he speaks concerninug mny contract price. I do not know your corresponl dent, but whoever he is, he is one that canu speak before his host. I caniot tell by what meas hbe became possessed of the fact that my price is Gd. per ton, except by outside -report. If that is hisi mode of correspondence to your paper?, you will often Ihave erroneus fallacy to print. Now, as lam a unionist, I think it is my duty to my fellow menl, and to the district, to give this case a fuller report. Previous to the time the wheeling was let on con tract, there were six Wheelers,-three receiving Os. per day, and the remainder at 7s. per'day. Thos that had the lower wage not being latistied, they all agreed to try the Mianager for 10s. all round. The Manager said he could...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
AUiTNILIAN' OINTMENT. T o the Editor of the Sydney *orning Herald. Sir,-I deem it my duty to call the attention of the public generally to'tho-zmiraculous and useful pro perties of the Australian Ointment. The incalcu lable benefit I have received from its useo has, I con ceive, rendered it imperative for me to give it pub licity; and, as I have to attend to my business personally, the wonderful and speedy cure was, even in a pecuniary way, of vast importance. Both my hands were so severely burnt by extinguishing a fire that each was in fact one mass of blisters, and so excruciatingly painful that I was almost mad, when I was induced to try the Australian Ointment, which at once relieved pain, and miraculously cured them in four to six days. Now, I am well known myself, and numbers of gentlemen who witnessed the state of my hands can testify to these facts. I have also usedi it in my family for various other pur poses with great effect.-Yours obediently, GUv. WaN-rEazrsx, Hotel de P...
DRIVING CATTLE THROUGH THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
D- .~ DliI AfTL TILOUGI THE- TOWN. Now that 61o sn Is incorporated we trust the practice of driving-wild cattle recklessly through tihe town fon their way to market will soon '.put a stop to. This is now a daily custom, and sometimes two and three mobs a'day pass our office, endanger ing the lives of the dozens of children that are everywhereplaying in the streets. - Jf it is not soon put a stop to. and parents do not keep their chil dren out of the streets, we are afraid it will be our duty to recobr7i the death of some of them before long.
LECTURE ON VEGETARIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
'.OTW7nE ON VaOZOF.TAR?,NIaMX. From the .Nit(atd Mercury of Saturday we ]ewn i'?at Mr. J. (. White, of Moxpeth, 'delivred an esy on "Vegstarlaniun," at:the Moohanicu' Institute, "a.t Mitlad, on.Thursday last. Mr. White is of opinion that all diseases prevalent in tho oolonies, aria from fleah-eatiag. The lecturer maid for four teen yeuar he had lived writhut flesh- sIxteen ydears without grorg, eight or ninoeithout tea r coffee, .ad out11vwe ji.hout butgter: i They might my that he lived on nothing, but heo foid from expesrenoe that the oldar he grew, and tie more-he armtino~d from anirmnl food, te ems him requirements because, and the lersahi iyatemn required?to sustain life. In the seon.d 1srt Qftbm lecture he; oons i,,,t ot ., mmal~~i~p~i'hioma ~meipg ~iia nothing. more stow less thai~dth. seth' in mheeBp. ..r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
. Portfalts, Por'traLits. C L E IB I N GC 10 it S: O prOT0 LAPHIC ARTIST,. HtUinter' Street, Newcastle. .- (Late Mr. Smithers), D ilres to TI?HAN thoi Of TS\"llseid and " v.icinity for the .1Patronage received these idt twlde mo iS , l wisshies to. announce his havin made 6r , lintro'vements on the Premises, beia thus enabled to Execute Works of the Newest Style in all branches of the art, at VeryRearsonable Prices. . r " 1'r@ticuhnr attention paid to Cartede-visites. 227 Photography. / B0 S 8, ARTIsT PInOTooGiPIHER J. HU" i lTERSTrIET, NEWCASTLE, - (Oppo-" Pilo.t Desires to remilt itliat ihe st511 cbtinues, to take First-dl I'HoTonGAPH at a moderate price. " Portraits finished in Oils, Crayons, or Water Colours. i10 "AAPSLEYiHOUSE," 'PRIVATE BIOAILDING ESTABLISHMIENT, Kreo-sTRFEa', NEWCABTLE. IMS. W1LLIAM GLBB (aTE0 O AITLAND), is prepared to recei liniit C of loarders. "Aps1lcy iou Iis chalthily situnted, com mands a fine v f the Barbour and Ocean, and in close to the business pol...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
'TO 1ORRESPONDENTS. C',rrespondcnts arefrequested to adhere ato the .following slaggestions to ensure insertion: To write oily onl one side of the paper, to .write in clnear and cistinctecharaoters, ahd' to avoid all scurrility or offc!lensive. per.onality. -Eachlilwiinr iill Ud required to forward ier or her name, not necessarily for publication, bht as a guaraxte. of good faith. ,b?v ?.RTHUMBERLAND RECORDER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1874.
NEW WAGGONS FOR CO-OPERATIVE COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
NEW WrAUONS pOE CO*0PE5RL&TIVNCOLL!BNY. Wec notice that' during the last few weeks great activity has been displayed in the construction of new coal waggons, &c., at this colliery. There are seven earpenters employed on.this work alone, and blacksmiths are at work night and day preparing the ironwork. They are made on What is known as the hopper. pirinoelple, and wi'th the exception of the wheels,axletrees, springs and oil boxslthc whole of the work is being done at the colliery, and judging from the appearance of those AIz endy flnished, we thiuk they will bear a favourable comparison with aggons af a like chariaoter impi~rted direct from l"nland'. We underitand tlihere has been great dlfmuity in procuring suitable timber for their structure, indeed the same troulile in getting sava timber has been felt by all the managers in the dis trict, and only the other day we heard a firm in Newcastle refusing to acept ain order for eight or ten waggons:for thdsame reasons,
THE DORSETSHIRE LABOURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
TIHE DORSETSHIRE '- LABOURERS. .IIn approaching visit of [Mr. :A'chl to the Northl of England, as the representative of the National Union of Agriculttural Labourers, naturally, sfiggests a re'tospctt, reaching to a time within the miemoiory of manny living when suchr an agitation as tlhat with which lh'i is so conspiCtously and .honourably indenitified would h.ivei been scouttedl and punishled as a species of petty treason. Trades Unions have long since become the rtiule of every industry, and the justice of the principle on which they are buaseid his been ac!kowledged by the as signwent to them of a legal statues. True, there is one blot on the statues by which Union fi',r raded objects has been legalised, but this will soon be wiped out. Even as the law now stands, however, it presents all in structive coittrast to the state of matters forty years ago, when the JUnion movement was in its iunfncy, and all the world seemed banded together to crush it out of existence. InI the years...
Harbour Accommodation. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
i I ..'larbi our Aceommo?iidtlon. . ONE. of the most important matters, and one that effects the interests of the whole popu Iatio'?* of/' this: district, is the imperative nece'ssity for' further improvement in our harbour accommodation. The rapidly grow ng importance., of our coal trade, (the staple commaqity;of the district) which is attracting o:';our, port vessels of the largest sioe. *defmands that prompt and energetic steps be \taken to provide suitable accommodation for that large class of vessels. ' One of the first advantages to be secured is the improvement • to?the entronce. of our harbbur. There i-s scarcely a week passes but wehave.to record some casualty, either in the hartour or with vessels enteriC the port, oither in danger of being driven onto the Oyster Bank, or of missing stays under the lee of Nobby's and being drifted g to the rooks. The tadiness of aTl copcerned in having those impediments to the'tira·de of the pbrt removed is utterly iiexcusable. .With the e...
SMALL COAL HOPPER AT WALLSEND COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
SMALL COAL HOPPEL A~T WALLENDO COLLTRY. We are pleased to notice that Mr. Neilson, the manager of the above colliery, has erected a large hopper or.box for 'atorlig small coal when there ia no demand for it. It is estimated that it will hold s.pwards of FOO tons, which will he agreat acquiss. ton to the Company, as it will not only relievr waggons which formerly had to be used for holding the small coal, but it is so constluoted that the waggons pass underneath it, and it'is estipnated that 10 tons can be loaded into the waggona'?n less than half an 4our...............
The Romance of the Black Country. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
The Romance of tie Black Countlry. (Fronom &lt;tri iellbourne Argus.) EvEnv reader of Carlylu's writings is familiar with the beautiful essay on the " Signs of the Times," .which formed the now venerable philosopher's ilrst contribution to the' Edin bmigh Reilieiw, and in which the age we live in was staniped thenceforward with the title of the." Age of Machlinery." The volmne before us supplies the practical commentary on thai. essa'y. Here, so to speak, are the prose notes to the Curlyleas poem. Here are-collected the . flcts and linures that "reduce. to the: hobmlicst details llhi gifted seur's most eloquent utterances." No iiiersbon who devotes only a a spare qlmarter of ah lihour to glauncingthrouglh thle pageSdof 'this boolc will disagreeo iith thle characteristic remark :-" There "is no cnd to machinery. For all earthlly,,.antd some.u n earthly purposes' we ohave nmaclines and mechanic-l'urtherances; for mincing cabbages ; for casting us into iiiagnetic sleep. Wo re m...
Primitive Methodist Church Wallsend. ANNIVERSARY SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
P'riimitive- Methodist Chuirclh S.. ........... ... allsend. - ANNIVERSARY SERMONS. THE anniversary services in connection with this" idiirch' were preached on lunday last, and on each occasion trpoq :largely attended. In the morning. arid' evening the Iev. G_ James, of Sydney, ofliciated,:and in tho.after. noor, at three, Mrs. "Waters, a lady recently from New Zealand, delivered an:excellent and impressive discoursei. to a:-very -large audience. At abbut half-past two the church was filled in every part, and as great lunmLbers wer-n'ontside^ dcsirous of hearing, it :iias thoilght advisable by the stewards"of the chapel to hold the services in the open nair, and Mrs. Waters complying to their request, and theafternooin :being ai beantiful one, those inside came out'itil .tlie services?'Yere per formed on thelreie'`rbelb-i;"lru.r hSM rs. Waters being. lueated on a- dray. There .were nbout iO,00 or 700 presLlt. ,Tlhe de votirinal exorcises were .comniLeiicd by ther rev. lady giving ou...
THE "PRIMITIVE METHODIST." [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
T-, 'HI "rPBIMIIVY.METIODIST." We have just been shown.the last number of- thins periodical for the present month. It is a very neat eIght pape quarto-demy journal, well printed, by Mr. Gorm6n;ofSydney, 'published inonthly by the Rer. .o Pritohlardild ably edited by the oevs. 0. James, R. 0. Pritchard, and J. H.Daish (late of Newrcstlc).: Tliis number contains an excellent artlcld on "Church Prosperity,": a *ketch of a uermon precahed by the Rev. Mr. Pritchard, and a quantity of inlteresting miscellneou matter,. Copies of the fetkhodlit can be obtained in this dis trict from Mr. M,Crao, Wallsend, Mr. Thornton, Lambton, and Mr. Paid, New Lambton.
Meeting of Co-operative Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
Meeting .of Co-operative Miners. WE have been kindly favoured, by the Secretary (.Mr. J. Irving), with the follow ing : Minutes of a meeting held at Mr. T. Lundy's hotel, on Friday evening, May 8th. Moved and seconded, ",.That we abide by the decision of the committee in Scoales' case."-Carried. . "That we abide !by the rule alsoin Gil pin's case." : "That in future any meniber receiving benefit from the Accident Fuild seen drink inag, fighting, gambling, or-out of doors after 9 o'clock at night, will forfeit a'pouzid for each offence."' "That the matter regarding the pick: stand over until the monthl meeting. " That the subscription or Thomas Dur htam stand over till the full meeting." "That six ofa committee be appointed to revise -the rules of the Accident Fzund, and that five form a quorum." "That the undermentioned be the ap pointed comniittee: Mressrs. William Lainig, David Broadfoot, Daniel Davis', James Nel son, Henry Hurman, and Willim Wonders." A WZLL-FPD rector was advisi...
Latest District News. LAMBTON. UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 13 May 1874
Liatest .District News. (FRwOM OUR VARIOUS CORR5ILPONDENMT.) : :. LAUBTON. - S^UNITED 'METHODIST FREE.CiHURCH. ..; ONk-Sundayliibt, the anniversary in connec tion' with -tllis place of worship was cele brated. In 'the morning and evening tile Rev. Mr. Westacott, of Wallsend, preached, and in the afternoon the Rev. Mr. Mood, each service being well attended. On Monday the usual teaann public meet ing took place, but owing to the heavy-rain falling only about sixty sat down to ten, which was really an excellent one, gavei general satisfiction, and was provided by Mr. R. Dainty. After .the tables were cleared the public meeting took -place and was presided over by Rev. J. Westacott. In his opening remarks Mr. Westacott referred ,to a remark made lby'n clever gentleman iii Victoria, on whom drink lihad done its worst, and confined to a lunatic asylum. When tile doctor said something- to him one day he said, " If you were to hold your tongue people would say you were a wise man," and he ...