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FEARFUL TORNADO AT BERMUDA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

FEARFUL TORNADO AT BERMUDA. A nOSTRoUCRv tornado is reported by thie Ber muda prpers to have passed over that part of the islandl known as Tucker's Town on Dec. 21. In its course it lifted a wooden house with its inmatea-Mr. Daniel Smith (pilot), lia wife, and foll' children--bodlily some ten feet from its foundatirn, and after aplintering it in plieces throw.the ldebri into tlhe water about 100 vards olf. Mrs. omith rwaos lhound on the opposite bhoro, ncross the .bay, uome 300 yards or 400 yards, soon after ihe rrcatastophle, clingio. to a plank of' tbo house. er body was fearfully lacerated. She expired in about oix hours having given pkirth in the meantimo to a child atillboru. The ;bodie of the four children woo, recoererd next otePing; throee not far from the shore near their late home; thie other near thire opposite sholre , where its urrfrtunrat motbherwas loud. 'their clothes were stained with blood, giving the irn preosion theihreo tound together were crushed to death rbefo...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

,NOTES AND EVENTS (FROM OUR SYDNEY COIRR??PONDEMT.). TH 'o: oxcit tnover the pedlestrinL miatchl at Maitland has been very great down here this afternoon, and for hours a large crowd was assaemblcd in front of Punch's Hotel waiting for a tolegranm with the nal?ij of iho vwinnbr. A very largeo autoulnt of moano:u a4-,staked on the event, the bettiig!biig abouot the same as in ?nlit hlid, adto pdople lihere depended chieily upon telegrams forwarded from thq Hun ter respecting the condition of the men and the state of the ground. Mu. T. DAW;oA moved thie second reading of his Bill to repeal tie Trionnial Parlia meIntsAt li-t- fiiglit, in a speech that if he rightly understood his position he would beh ashamed of. One of his princi pal rleasons for tihe introduction of the Bill .as, as he said, a report that time Trieillial Parliaments Bill was phssed as a lark-4-a stracngto statoement for ehim to nmko certainly' Mr.' Trry iWas oni his 'legs'the inst.i t le m.ntionw.rsdno rio coltdefend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

* ~ ,toktb~iih AM id3k "Hrh U~tiL I t illee,"o.1 A bl n.ULERh. OF oRo Eo, s LPOINTED. , ';CI"? AGENltZPforthiJ Jmh~al at STOCKCTONq, ? ''frim holo papecr con be received, aod order f:e tor Adcvertisote ot c Jr:Jo1 n leol1f,,,.. SN'etrogrietor. MI E I "red and Adrocate 0OfCAT,',.' :: '0i NDAYd April, 1870. 1 LREN EWED NOTICE. A MfIflhll 01," c--n? fntEDETS, wlho sh"ahld hooe set?e enoggh to know better, persfst ianaddres~inl ?theid literal, communicaltions. ?o t tt underiigmed, iustead of thop EDITOR, nihd sr'9 soectimees rurpriced oh hot .seiogthm1c ebtouioos in pdI 1o i VO repeat ourrcqrcusttot ~orreelondenee oIhould be oddrroccd to'th' "Editor," nd. advrttse~' coets, &c., to the oelice. ', " ?J..hI. SWEET, Proprietor. .IORAIe Ae AeDVOC.rTe: Oicc( , * Ce i Aprl, 08711.. AND ' , L i, MIINERS' ADVOOATE. . r, , ; - MONDAY, MlAY 8rt,, 18?76. -

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ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

-'>I; d a..'ADElAIDE . TI ' II'v4 1 .,, rI n . in Friday. i At MIr. Fishor's stock sales, yestorday, .theo rams raliosed froin E4"tWf £1"05de? ; the great sires Chirldk.tho ?'lhirdond Tuytlo thoeoepnd weroiohidt io li r. Fishor, tho. formor at £310.. The twodayr'.sllo rcalisoel'tlhi sum of £41,000. Advicos have boon roceived by the mail that the Town Hall organ will be ready by Juno. Tho total exports for the first four months of the year reached £1,703,000 sterling.

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The Greta Summonses for Riotous Conduct. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

T?h Greta Susmmoenses sfor Riotous .: Condulct:.' :Faosithi re ort 'ofPoir 'Gratise c6rlesJ ponsdent in our issuebf"r'bsday last, it will be seen thztthe csids set:doin for heaing Monday last, at Maitlandt, iwea posife' "ill- this S~ikhi'ng; for reasons then stated. We h 'a cariffuilly avoided making any reiiarksedltri'this: matter, as we believed that the .good: ;sen'se of Mr. VIcKEmny, and.. those ,wbli prompted him, would hav..seen it to be to their1 interest to withdraw the case before tlis; 'but as no such intention. hai been, intimated,: we presume that the lay will lie Iallo ed t.o takle its course. At' the tisfie Mr Ii.'w. W. MODY, tlhe viewer, of (*retdUColliery, agreed rith'li the men to resumeo.nworkli he xprresed a liope .that all bye-genes wounld be bye gones, and.that each paity would act as if no dispute had ever occurred. So far, -Mr. Moo?Y has shown nodesireto deviate from ,that.course himself, and we are pioud to say that a similar. policy has been recipropated, by...

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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

Mifr. Co;elhmhn wiill cofninuo t o old' the Spoitioii of Acting, Secretary for Mieno"iutil the 'Gvioinmont consider the :qustion', of amalgamating" the dolpartmeit?t with that of the Lands:. Io will likdly be appointedl head qf thie Geolbgical Servoy. " ." A'scheme i. pfoposcd.for the jmprovement of 'Warinnambool Haibour, to cost 5110,000; ,ut ?only'ajtortion' qf.tlfo broakwator will bp eqnstruetcd at.prosaent.. .. : i The Board appointad.to., inuire intq the dispute a eotwc n Mr. Iowan, morchalnt, and tihu Gustoms,'rgadrding <the.liabilityo of gal valizeed iron wire to pay duty, have decidedin favour'of lowan's.vieo . of the case, ando the fino:imposed has boon remitted. " An investi gation wvilb bq.hold into tho conduotn'lof .the? C'stoms offmers .. .. :. 'JTudge Fellows'this morning granted a ruloe nisi to restrain, theo,City Beonch.from onforing tlie .fine imposed onl A L, .Tuck and .two others for being concerned in !Ohinese lottery hliops. The. oemd was that the cqa...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIABN MAIL' TnE Pacil Steamship Company's osteamor City of San FrIocisoco airivo d at Port? Jckono on Thursday, with the San Franciscan mails. Woe olip the following from our files: ,'o: ' AN ATTEM1PT TO CHLOROFOIM AN' ENTIItE CAR F?ILIT"OF PASSEN GER$~. Last oepningg, as the pqssengor train from Charllotte, on the Llioe 81Sore rbad, was com.. ing to this city, under the direction of Con ductor Day, a pIculiar stiell ?as" nobtiqed by E. P. Engle, who was a pansseger op board, and on looking round he discovered' that a strange appearance of stupor had come over all the passengers. His suspicions, being aroused, his actiou was prompt and energetic. HIe was not long in discovering the culprit in asuspicious-looking clnharacter whooecupiod a seatinthe rear cnd of the car. Ho. lit upon him at oijco, rid discovered in his possession a curiously cdhstr~trtdl tinbox, anldomanded to knowlwhat he' led in it. ""Coffedo,,' said she follow with ti' itmrnost offrontery. "I'1...

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BRISBANE. Friday, 6.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

I . i ! ?BRISBARNE.T : " ?; . . Fr id ay, 60 p.m . Irish Stew won..tho big handicop at the Tooo'orcib e niccs, Tanitor como second, and -Noioothird. ;':,,i? ./.i'. It is reported that. tlo Premier holdst the resignation of MIr., , omor, rMinister for Works; a ro-constioction' of the Ministry is coosidercd probable. Accounts stati'-thait the :Big Iiver .'oi½h ' is Btill siffering from drought," Tho exodus to :Codkthiownr' i compl6teol stopped.; Tho dopartures for thoeireek barely uninbor fifty. The steamer L y-co Moon ony Therofoornfagillo odfgeenn llp9! If otlef~oosi a tsoit t~o Gympieij; '' uinosrois dill|? "uc~it errrittla hIaving flly itodkeid.tho miaketo. Ike rainfa "".'u bon...: goo,! ? -- :

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

SHI&PPING-. PORT OF NEWOABSTLE. ARRIVALS.--- MAT 6. Blackbird (s..) .531, MaClemon, from 1 Cooktown; via Brishbne. R. B. Wallace, agent Restleas, brig, 289, Fleck, from New Cale slonia. R.B. Wallace. agent MAY 7. Ooron', barque, 396, Valentine, from Bris bane; G Hewisan ageat Queensland, b 4ar ien"9 G6llen t'ld fibrm Nelson. Captail, agent Co?.5s"ws.--Moy 6, Coonsnbarra-(s),-Honter, (s), and-axonI?a. (s), from Sydney ( .a... ' I IAy 7, ?. . .. 3forpetb, .(s),..and 'Yarr Yarra:. () ..from Sydney DEPARTURES. .. . . .M nY 6. , . . . ,llonwGosday; sbip, for San Francisco ' Vivid, barque, furMelbourneo Glimpse, barquefor Auckland : 3Iadura, barque, for Melbourne Blackbir.(s.a),foi. Sydnoy. Alrdlencraig, barque, for Adelaide Commonwealth, ship for San Franoisco Chliaos, French bIarqd, far San Franocisco ; CoasTwan s.-May 6. Hirodelle; .Qdeensland (s),' Hunter (s), aa'n? Maitland (s) for Sydney Prince Alfred;.for .Port Stenhens ctoron and Fioneer for Riclhmond River; William, Hobo,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

I.?...? i?=? J--" SHIPPING. NEWCASTLE STF 'I SIP COMPAi). "(LMITRD.) qirSy?-C y Exhibition ! The S. S, KEMBLA will run at SiNGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY,j UNTIL FRIDAY, 12Tn MAY, INCiLUSIVE. SALOON.......i......... l d. STEERAGE..:....;......* 76d" LeavingSydney Every Night at 11.30 p.m. (Saturdoy and Snnday cxceytrcl). Leavil~ 'Ndo?astle Every Meorningant 10 a. .(Sunday and Monday excepted). . . . D. PORTUS, Mafnager. /ice --dnnter'street, Newcastle, O10th April, 1876. 193 0'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, S NEWCASTLE. antiS of'ite LargtClass taklen up for REPAdlS. RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &e Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrights' and Smiths tark perfurmed .... .. Spsoa nud all ether ship's materials in stook. An Fxperieiced Diver, with diving appa .tai,on hand. T. O'SULLIVAN & 0, Proprintors. PUBLIC NOTICES. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF A LAMBTON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GhiEN, that the lunieipal Council has made an ASSESSMENT, and ordered a RATE of Is in the £, on the essessed value...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

e ,(DY ELECTRIo TELBLEAPH.) SYDNEY. ARtRIVALU.-May 5. Tasmania, (s), fiom Hobart Town, 2id inad a Lady Emma, borque, 801, IJowdon, fiom Hobart Town, 29th ult. Orange Girove, barque, 440, Hutchinnoh, from laaq woay. 16th Hareh

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

SHIPPING INIPORT. :i:: :, *ho ,.Suircs...., .. Corona, 1190, Straoban. R. B. .Wallaco, agent. ; iladling at io. l arasie Now lambton' coal ·)·: ii·.1~. Ii i. Conflict, 1871,Hllnrdy. Bingle,WVhite & Co., agenta:tob load, IMessrs. Brdowvn' coal,;.for S?n Franniseo Firth of Clyde, 84. 0. F. Stokes and Qo.,. ngents; c:aigo Wharf discharging ; ino '6load Wallsend. Invererne, 744, Foreman. Bingle,I White, and Co. nents,; toload lMessrs. Brown's.coaL.,. lditredlale," 1230; Broli 'w . 'B'11 Wallkce~ agent; to load Greto iloonta, 627, Pearce. G.-Hewison, agent; Port \Waratbah, dischargingo : to load Wkllsendjl¼ Salihbury1900.: Cose. It 1.B. allce, agent. Atrean l-.l. l ,. ,: . ,;.. J Savenas : (Swedish), 768, 'ylen. : Bingle, White, aed;.Co., agents; ,to lotd Anvil O~reok:; i Silver Eagle. 087'; BDlehard. J. Reid,' agdati: to load Now Lambtoo, for Shanghai Warwick ,100o5. l'izard. Bingle,Whihte, and Co., agentsi; londing ait No,4 orane, llessrcs. Brown'a coal, for San Fraisico Fiii, ...

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Death of Mark Fryar. F.G.S. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

Death of Mark Fryar. F.C.S. MiAeNYr of our readers will peruse with regret the following obituary notice, which we take fromt the Jliing Journal: It is our painful duty to announce the death of Mr. flark Lindsey Fryar, which occurred at Rangoon, British 3ur mah. on Novembecr 19, at the early age of 43 years. IMr. Fryar, whoso abilities as a civil and mining engineer are so well known to many of our readers, bore an honoured name and held a high po sition in the mining world. After the studies and experiments of early years, we first observe the lato eMr. Herbert Mackworth bringing him to Bristol to assume the duties of Master of the School of Miines in that city, which he subsequently resigned for the appoint ment of Professor of Mining at the Andersonian University, Glasgow; this hie retained several years with very gra tifying success in all the students, and on leaving took with him many valuable tokens of their appreciation. I-is extensive mining experience and scienti fic acqui...

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GRENFELL. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

GIEN'FELL. , ' ... . . ....Friday. A lorego notd influential publlc.meoting was held at the tOdilfellow's Ienost evening, at which a Pastoral, Agricultural, and Hbrticul tural Association was formnned. Thoflrsat Sho?. .*ill probably tako placo in Septemboer not. It is raining lightly, wvith a satrolig indiea. tioh of continuance. ... '

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER X (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR TBE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL Br MRS. J. H. RIDDELL, AUTHOR Or A LFcl'S AodlZE, OcBOGE G?rlTI, &C. CccuTrra X (CONTINUED). "ARE you aware whether anyone else ever produced them 7" I asked. "I am not: I never heard of their being produced I but then I should not have been likely to hear." Which was very true, but very unsatisfactory. Could we succeed in tracing even one of those papers, a clue might be found to the mystery of Mr. Elmsdale's suicide. That afternoon I repaired to the house of one of our clients, who had, I knew, a file of the Times newspaper, and asked him to allow me to look at it. I could, of course, have seen a file at many places in thie City, but I preferred pursuing my investigations where no one was likely to watch the proceeding. " Ties I bless my soul, yes; only too happy to be able to oblige Mr. Craven. Walk into the study, there's a good fire, and mako yourself quite at home, I beg, and let me send you a glass of wine. All of whichl ...

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BATHURST. Saturday, 1.59 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

'.,* ', • i-.! i .' :. Saturday, 1.50 p.m.. , ' Gentlo rain ihas fallen here for fouteento liouro,,(nd .s still continuing, causing greut joy to the S tlciy.s "' ' " ' . ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

: LEGAL.. ? ' 1R. GEORGE ..WALrLAhOE SoLucrroo, CONVErAsCxr. &C. UBaAcu Oriue--\VALLSEND. . Mr. T, ALNWIOCK will receive instruc tions, and Mr. WVALLAoe will attendl per. sonally EVERY SATURDAY. ' 4 MR. II. LEVIE N, foIucron, CoNevI'ANon, Ro., I O1H-STREET WEST IAITLAND. 38 MR. . JA M . ES, SotlCrOR, Nnwco0Ia-BT., iW~oASTLE, Will, from this date, to fcilitate taking.in, stroctions and retainers in the . WARATAH P'OLTOE COURT, attend at IIARRS' HOTEL, Wallsend, every TUESDAY, between the hours of 12 o'clock at nooo sod 5 o'clock p.m.; and at DAWSON'S ItOTEL every WEDNESDAY MORNING, from mhalf-past Eighto'clock till the opening of thie court, Newcomen-street, Newcnastle, Feb. 9th, 1876. . 35 M a Y. H. IMULLEN and aIt WILLIAM HENRY BAKER avEt oPPrro oDpzoOS as Attoroays, Solicitors, and Proctors, at the ILALL OF COMMEROE, SCOTT-STREET NEWCASTLE, Opposite the Railway Station. s \ Mr. W. H. BAgaB will be in attend. a0co from 9 0.m. till 5 p.m. anob day. 22 MULLEN & BAKER....

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A Bishop About his Diocese. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

A Bishop About hiis Diocese. An ex-editor of the Spectator describes one of the Bishop of Manchcstor's " ex temporised conversations," or Coconea sional talks," with working men: " Alighting from the train at London Road, I noticed that something was wrong--or rather expected-more than ordinary in the lasge area of the goods department to the right. ' What is it ?' I asked. 'The Bishop is coming to address the man.' Not having heard one of these addresses before, I was glad to seize the opportunity thus casually presented. The subject chosen by his lordship was a very simple one-temr. perance, temporance of lifo. Having first deprecated anrty idea on the part of his listeners-who, laying down their tools where they were working, came flocking round the platform (an ordi. nary railway van) that he, the speaker, was intruding or that he was there without having been asked to come, the Bishop pro ceeded to draw the picture of two homes -one that of an intemperate the other that of a so...

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TAMWORTH. Friday, 5.58 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

- TAMWORT T*H, ,.- r Friday, 5.58 p.m. .dteuminted attonipt -was nmdo -vestor nIght to burnm down tho grand stand. It woo su?t iro toi in ten plraceo. MIr. Lmley and Contablo 'Palmer oextinguished thlo fire, but £80!worth of donago was sustained?. A lant 11h?been arrested on osuspicion. The staud was, insured in the Victoria oltico for £500., The municipil nominationu' tb6k pnlaced on T'ursday.. Thoro aro t\eont3-tluho candi dates'fr aldormen. ' '

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(From the Sydney Papers.) FORBES. Discovery of a New Goldfield. Saturday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

(From the -S/drily arero.) I FOIRBES.' D?isco' y of a 'Ncw Golilfield.? " , . .' . stu~rd oon' N .. hon lin'litchi?s on tho jsit ofthioiaolf 'id tlhre other gold mlnurs, o? t this ioorning re- piortd the discovery of a gold-fl:old is follows'; -About 18 miles north-west iof Gobodundtry station, and about 89 miles ridrtih-weest'bf Forbes, betweoon the Lachlanm ani ]Bogan riv?o?t they dinscovered playablo gold. The locolity is on illn~nr Burro station, n?il iiallce scrub on theo bank bf rinhli" er ktho li thiano of o4hieli is unlkbjo'n." 'Tie clinncelof the'croek is about 0 feet dcop! Qunnrti aboundsin eovery dirsc tion " ' ' ' .. 'ITo yield from ono small dish of wasto is two pennywoights six ugnins of lino gold. 'tlie neoretitvwatosi known to thd prospoctors is about 15 miles distant from tho pltcoe whero thel go!d was list discovered. '

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