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THE COAL GUARDS ON THE G. N. RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

T.IHE COAL GUARDS ON TIlE G. N, S I AILWAY. " To tfIe ,ditorof the NewcastleMornoia Herald. Sim,-Thore are not a few who believe that if tliy could once ontor the Governoent they would be made men nos long as ved. That this idea .is prevalent is 0vidont from the numonrous opplications con tinually being made to enter the public sor vice. in some departments the standing ap plhcations are so nimorous that it is not pos snblo 0n0 qosnrtor of them can be employed for niany years to come.' Some of the higher class.of billets are doubtless well worth look inhg after, seeing the minimum of work and the maximonio amount of pay attached to them. In somenof the lowor grados, however, the duties anroosorlduoisandthopay so socnty, that there are fewol situationns which require "an: omoint ofintelligenoe, good conduct and slcll, that aro not preferable. The coal guards on the G, 'N."Lno are a notable illus. tration inipoint. 'These men are requirhd to attend their train from first thingiin the ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

COR RESPONDENCE.. Loe'it be distinctly understood thot we'do no idenotify blroelves with the opniooo oxponrosd by our correspondonts. All ComtluaieatoltoO mout hovo the nomme ond addorsse of tim writeo-. ottaoled; not noomoor ly for ldblicotion, bot noa gurntoe of good it. Vo doo't beiv h insertho g letters" when thoy oppeor io other npapersalso. Itojontod communoottaoons o1 noot - o ootnod.J

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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FREE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

FIiER III..DICAP. Mr. Aier., Bon an's ch.h. Swnlight,aged -- .-- c.h. Atho, 4 yrm A. J. CoberoftsIbr.g. 5 yro -b.l. Suenyslde, O yrs It. o. Yeoman's oh.f. Iey, 3 yr. A. Canmpbell's blk. h. Jakeb Doldd, 4 yrs Jalncs OoldJbe' ng.m. East Lynnee yes It. Scott'n blke. .V hite Iloae, 4 yrs T;Ivor'yab.h. Ie mswck, II es . b.m. MIisu ICinglton , 4 yre W. Dargin' Negrosu J. :Mayo's bh.m. Express, 5 yes (1. hull's b.c. Vdletlb Colt, 3 yes hr. folwkera br.f. tarn, 2 yrs J. Aetber ch .eb. Shanmroak. aged J. rhsllnae'a b.g. ionwstring, a yes

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NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

NEWCASTLE~ JOCK(EY CLUI3 HAT~fIOAP. ~l.A. 3.wmn' C c~LbSl yJ. 6ul~t ng s T Ior' ~b.h. D~rn~idd~, Sy ---- I~m ~is Kinglaton,( 4 ys 3.MnDy6'4 ch.m. ExrsG~ Cf. uIl',a b4e. Vlilcttr~ Cu,1t, 3 Yn A. McNultyf8 b.g. Chanc, aged Dr. J~owkcr~s blk.h. Sfr S~1wu3ao,~ )syr ~trJ riu ~.CrwnlL~ II. Eidwrdnl' b.h. '11l Duio S ytM

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Recd. Monday, 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Fromn our Sydney Correspeondent.) SYDNEY. Becd. Monday, 8.80 p.m. T~E official investiZation into the collision betweon the Now England and the Challengo -J. Dalton beilgs charged with default-com menced to-day, and stands adjourned for the decision of the larino Board till to.morrow. The mansters of the three vessels which the Challengo had in tow was examinced, and gave it as his opinion that Dalton acted rightly under the cirumstancee, but admitted that the tug was on the wvrong side of the hlarbour. From the cross-examination, Daltozmi appears to have enderavoured to tow another vessel to Now castlo the same night, but the mnaster woald not sent to being towed with the othelcrs. The docisionl of the Board is likely t o g against Dalton. The Centnal Criminal Coulrt opened to-day. George Manning has been sentenced to twelve months' imnprisonnment; for bigamy. Thlomos Gardan, for an attempt to steal, and James Jones Hera, for stealng, were found gudlty, and roman...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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CITY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

CITY IINDICAP. fr. Aex. lo mnn's ch.h. Sunlight, aged dh.h. Athos, 41 yrs. A. J. Coberoft', b.h. Sunloysid, 0 )a. - I. O. Yeomano' br.h. Fitzhercule, 4yre. "?m. .Turner's b.f. ario, 3 yce. A. Campbell's blk.h. Jockey Dobd, 4 yrs. II. Itlehard.' bh.. Duke, Iaged T. Ivory' b.h. lruowlck, 5 - -- b.m. r ingston, 4 years J. [ayo's chi.c. Exprss. 5 yre. o. Hill's I.c. Voletir Colt, : yrs. A. MIcNulty's b.g. Chance, aged Dr. noawkce's blb.h. 8ir Solocoon, 5yrs. J. rkin'e b.e. Colsanolc, 4y yce. The Sydney entries for the above events have not been received up to the present, but will doubtless come to hand to-day, and be published in our issue of Wednes day. In Ohicago, an editor wrote some advice to a nowly-maorried friend, and was foolish enooogll to print it. After his wife ha't looked over proof of the " advice,"'' the edlitor felt compelled to add thin postaoript -" hlave your hair eut close to the skin."'' Dubuque policomen have a good thling. A man Ihero hired one of them at throe d...

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The Municipal Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

i Thc-builclpnl Loan.. ,WE .understand that :tho Executive Council have sanctioned the loan of an additional £83000to tho Borough.Coun cil for expenditure upon tile permanent iinprovements within the.municipality. We presume that it is. not beyond. our province if we inquire, on behalf of the long neglected citizens of Newcastle whit the Council intend to doawith this stun ? Thb bare fact of the announce ment having been mtuade that the Coon 'cil is likely to be in the possession ofa little ready money wherewith to carry on operations, will be suflicient to in duce the ratepayers of those' wards whose interests have bean pre-eminently neglected, to stir up their various representatives to get something done in their respective localities before the whole amount of £3000 shall have been swallowed up .like many of its predecessors. The probability which suggests itself to our mind is, that this £8000 is but a drop in the bucket com pared to the an'onnt'really'roquired to make the seco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

Stockton Agiency. SA/R. ~LEX.BON hoe has been APPOINTED I.I AGOENTlfor this jola!j at STOCKTON, frem whom papere han ereiat, at ordlers for Advertyicanente or Job Printing tert, J. 3. SWEET. Preprietor. 'HIerald cant Advocate 0tHce," la.'nd April, IbtLd. RENEWED NOTICE. A UT3IBER oF coRRESProNENTS, '?h should have sense enaugh to know better, peioist in adclressen their literare communicatione to the undersigned, tsetead of the EDITOIt, endear rnometines surpried at not seeing their effenons in print. WYe repeat our reauqet that roreepondenee should be addressend to the "Editar," and nadvertise ments, &e., to the oflice. J. M. SWEET, Proprietor. ItenALt ACOD AeDeOaaT Omeea lt hApei.?l? O. . -ije ~bNccaztic iorttin Waeratlb AND MIINERS' ADVOCATE. TUEISDAY, MAY DOr, 1876.

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

** NEW LAMBIITON. *' TIE COLLIERY.-TIIh pit worlod. nl, all day on Mondiy,. amd if whant I hear bo.tnimo, a good wcOlk's work. mnay b oexpected. ' usi- " ness is v?ry slnck at present, but if tho ,it.. would work a full day or tivo thfihga would ;" soon look ip.

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Newcastle Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

Newcastle Jockey Club. Tat meeting of tho Committeeoo of the Newcastle Jockay Club, adjourned fromni Friday evening last, was hold last ovening at the Ship Inn. IMr. T. G. Alcock oc cupied the chair. The following entries worre ecoived for the undermontionod ovonts : SHOUTs ILb?DIlCAP. M.r. A."Bowman' eh.h. Sunlight, aged S- - cb.h.Athos, 4 rs A. J. Coberoft's b.h. sunnysido. br-- . • 5 yrs II. Q. Yeoman's chsh. I', 5ya D. Campbell'a blk.h. Jackey Doadd, 4 yrs Jamwe Ooldio'a gr.m. East Lynn,, 5 yrs LI. Scott's bLk.m. Wllite IRos, 4 yres T. Ivory'o Brnaaewc, b.h. 5 .TS J. SIayos' eh.m. Express, 5 iys 0. Hii's Voletta Colt, b.c. ay s. J. Arkins eh.h. bKccl ,. Ialllyacia b.c. oiwstring, 3 yes

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

LAMBTON. LAsmrT N COLLP IuY.-At. tho last Miiners' Meeting, it was reported that a doplu tation had visited thie iifanger with reference- - to thie case of one of. the milners. named Treossider, who had been.6ff i'orlk thirogh sickness for somre weeks, and whoen ho rettirned ' the MZanager refused to allow. him to start. The Deputation reported that the Manager hind cbnsoentedto allow Tressider to start, but. that ihe expected all menu who wore off work through sickness, to. aclquaint, him, of . the fact. Tile minors, no doubt,- thought ; that the matter had dropljed at that. it. hut tlioy, web'O mijnlieni f'oer oh lthL?a , last four men who e lndh beeni off work for ai oiort tile woro informed tlmt they would not be allowed to commnenco work until .thley had seeon the mmanger, and tlhe berst bf it 0s tlint oiio of the men hald been at workl during the. whole of the wceek, but was told to go no more :' until hlo hnd roccived the minatger's consent. TE Wliwnan.-Tn. Since 'T'hursday l...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

CAVE ADULIAM. ONE of those peculiar inquisitive persons who are evertliirating after knowledgeofan unimportant character, and who are never satisfied when they obtain it, startled us to-day with the suddenness of his inter rogations. I have previously enlightened his enquiring mind upon many sulijects ; the knowledge of which can only be ob tained by the profound acquainitance with tihe occult mysteries of the den which I in babit. ' My complaisant yielding to the promptings of his cariosity has emboldened hini to poster me at unroasonable hours withls enquiries of a peculiarly perplexing character. His latest query resolved it self into these words, "Cave, 1 want you to tell me at Qnce, to whom does the kinigdrm of Bullock Island belong, and who has charge of the keys of the bridge gate." Furthor communication made us acquainted with the milan clholy fact that large numbers of the inhabitants of this important province are depnrived by,, the Coimeil Lords of New cnastle or Wickham ...

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SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF SCARLET FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

SUCOCESSFUL TOEATMItNT of SoAOLET 'TvVR. .-It is wortlhy of d'alititn y tho' "Geoldog Advertiser ") that, althaOghc thero have boon twonty-six severe attacks of'scarlot: fever in theoindustrial schools during'thelo past few months, not a fatal cnase.hns occurred. The treontmnt pairsudd by Dr: Macldkn' has beeon very simple. Th· bodios of the patients have boonwefill rnbbod over with lard, and emetics administered, castor oil in casocswhero diarrhlaoo supervoned, very. little salts, andu . fair qioantity of senna whoroeit hIls not. Rogu lar diet is doubtless onoeof.the caiuses oflthis immunity from deaith.'' Thisa liles o streogthi oned the constitutions of the uinvalids previous to being.struck down, by the oeldemio as to. enable thom to withstandu its attacks. Dr. Macokii, however, atriblttes mulch of the suc ccss of hic treatment to the wavnit of emotion on the part of the childroti: unolite many rared at hnome, there is all absenReo of excite mont about toems whea n taken ill hla...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 8, 1876. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Shaw.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

NEWLASTLEF POLICE COURT. : M!" oNDAY, MAY 8, 1870.., (Before Msae.anell nna and Shawl D~lRUKENNESS.' :3i'lt Three offenders iwere pulnished. I...NULToiO WOBD., Heilr Cortlett charged witlh iisnig im sulting words to.Elizaboth 4V'armanein a public-house, at Newcastle,. on the 3rd inst., was convicted, and;ined i20s. aildi coats, besidos receiving a Rsevero roprnimund froiil the Bench. ^Edward Wood .was charged with using insulting words to Melham i Hobart Shd*, in Scott-streo; Newcastle, oni tlio 4tlh iistanit. Mrir. Nicholson appeared for the corm plainant, and Mr Capiipei fo? thd dldfhiikeid" From the evidonce, it appoenroed that the casd arose through o some disp~ute abihoit lighlterage, in whichl tlio dofenidant lost hisa temper iand good miahnieih ; and was not only threatoning but very abusive. Thie Bench convicted the defendant, and fined.hlim 20s., ,costs of court' 2. lid., and prdfessional costs 21s;'.. Thi amoent was paid. .. A case, Robdrt OCaipholl v., Williain IRuEsll fo...

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CHILD MURDER AT MAITLAND A SHOCKING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

CHILD I]U? JJ ER AT MAITI LbAhN A SHOOKING CASE. (By our Special Reporter.) ONE of thoso shocking cases of inhumanity which are so frequent in the metropolis, that of child murder, occurred at W\Vest Maitland on Sunday morning last. An unmarried woman named Mary Oulbert '(stated to be a sister of the Culbert tried for the Piaterson murder) gave birth to.r niale child in a water-oloset at the rear of Croylcs' Angol Inn, West Maitland, whore slio was engaged as a domestic ser vant, and subsequently throw it down the pit of the closet, smothering it by so doing. Full particulars will be found in the report of the - CORONER'S IAQUEST'. The Coroner (Mr. T. W. Poarse) held an inquest on tile body of the child at the Aneol Inn, yesterday forenoon, wihen tile following evidence was adduced : :deposed : Yesterday morning, betweon 10 and 11 o'clock, from information received, I proscded to a water-closet at the rear of the Angel inn, and about 40 yards distant froim it; three women whom I saw...

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Newcastle Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

Newcase Boronaig council. THE usual ioekly meeting of thoe aovo was hold let owning, at tlo Cotncil ihambers. iPresent : 1Fho ayor, A? sre nuen Creer 2"Proan" , Hall, Thorn, Dau, Brool"k, nnd Ludlow. - MINUTES. \ Tile minutes of tile previous meeting wore read ond confirmed. COILItESPONDENOE. Tlhe outgoiltg correspondence was read mid approved of. Tile following Council letters wore thlon rcad: Front the Under-secrotary, in reference o request fir additional loans. Colonial Bocrtary's Oflce, I Sydnlly nAy lst, 1870. Sin,--In reply to your letter of tl th lt., I nn irected by tlihe Colonil Secretary to infonn you that .I rompliuc -ith yaour application therein irufalnel, is Execllency tile Ovnor, with thle alvioee o tlh aecutivConcll,'hoae been plcascl to autho.rie tlie •cuncl ol tioe oroulgh of Newoastle, to borrow tlhe tm of £000 (in mldlitioia to the loans ahcndy autlao o) for penltur aIeponI pcnnanecnt ionprovmecnta lo neee-ArY document uader his Exeellency'e hmd, a rcqltol. by t...

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THE LATE ALLEGED DISTURBANCES AT GRETA. THE OFFENDERS AT THE MAITLAND POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

TIHE LATE ALLECED DISTUR IbANCES AT'GRETA, TIlHE OFFENDET S AT TIHE MAITLAND P'OLICE COUUT. - il [ {:ty On S n IOItTw It.] TIsE late (litilrbllces al. Greta, We Ore happy to state, were settled at the VWest Maitland Police Conrt yesterday, in a inanner as unexpected as it must hIave been pleasant for the-parties concerned. Shortly before the Court opened, the parties who had been summoned had congregated round itsi precincts, and some were apparently very anxious to know what theresultof the proceedings would be. As soon as the Court opened, Mr. Sheddot passedalong the street, near the parties who at his instlli gationahad been summoned, and they hailed him with groans and coughing. He, however, passed quietly into the Conrt, and on its opening the eases were challed onbeforeMessrs. Addison, P.M , R. tlvndes, J. J. Riley, Jolhn Lee, and Stephen Scholey, J.P's as follows : r ASSAULT. Lrs. Lynhamn , Mrs. Ward, Mlrs Henry, Mrs. Griffiths, John Lalil, John Collins. soenr, Mrs. Caleb Jon...

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Proposed Division of the Borough of Wallsend. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

Proposed Division of the Borough of WaUllsend. PUBLIC MEETING. A runnro MESrTNO of the rantpayers of Platts burg was hold on Monday ovening, at Loroy's Hotel, for the purpose of considering the reasons put forth against a division of the Borough by the speakers at a pblie meeating held qt Hals' IHotel, on Thursday evening last. Tlore was "a fisir httoidc~lo, and Mr. R. Yotll was voted to the chair, The Onan?inus said he had read the reasons put forth by Mr, Rlushtt n at the late meeting against the proposed division of the Borough. The reasons were very deep, and lihe hoped that the speakers who would address the meeting would be able to esoal with them. Alderman Rrmhtnusox would like to have hoard some one speak,; come forward, and express their views on the reisons sot forth by Mr. Reushtoih at the meeting held the other ovening. • Mr. Rushton had been reported filly--vory fully-and to read that report of his speech any person not acogl?ainted with the f~ets of thb ease would conc...

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THE LATE ACCIDENT TO THE S. S. YOU YANGS. MARINE BOARD ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

TlI LATE ACCIlDENT TO THFl S. S'YOUl. Y.LNGS. MARINE BOARD ENQUIRY. Aw extraordinary meeting of the New castloLocalM?rinueloard wasleldon Satur day, May 11th, to make a prlolinianary en quiry into the striking of the You Yangs s.a Alfred Thrussell :master, when on her pas sago to this port from Sydney on VWednes day iorning last, May 3rd. There wore present: The Clulirs an, (Captain Allan) MeCssr. C. F. Stokes, E. A. White, and L; tR Cross. Alfred Thlrussell deposed : I ass nultIter of the s.s. You Yalngs of Melbourne, and was so on the morning of the 3rd inst., wlhen the ship struck. I hold It inaster's certificate of competency, No. 51; granted in -Melbourne, and.pilotago .exemption.for this port.. (A written statericont was her, haided in by the witness, and admitted as evidence by the Board.) . ......... fBy the Chairmnlu : I had clear weoitlioiF' after leaving Sydiney, cousin" along the coast, which was in sight all the wity about five miles distant : the weather was clear whel...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1876. (Before Messrs, Shaw and Wallace, J.P.'s.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

NEWCASTLE POLICE COU RT. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1870. (Beforo Messrs. Show and Wallace, J.P.'s.) DRUNKENNESS. . Throee persons were dealt with. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE. A case against William M'Lean, of the ship Warwick, Was ivithdraiv by. the prpsecution . TRESPASSING ON THE. RAILAY: LINE. William Smith. was. charged with tres passing'on the Great, Northern Railway line at Hamilton,-on the .26th of' March last. Mr. Bewick appcared on behalf of the Comniissioiler for Railways 'to proseoute,; and ' Mr. Nicholson appeared for thea defence. George Bowick deposed.: I am Suporin tendent of Ways and Works on -the Great. Northern Railway; I producemy authority from the Commissioner for Railways to prosecute in thb present ,cas' ~ I know nothing of theo circumstanceu of this easo.. " Charles Muilham deposod-: Iam a plats- layer on the Great Northorn Railway ; on tHe 25th of March last, a little before'S o'clock in the mnorning,. I 'and otheor wore going to work with a' " trolly," at HaEnil ton; I saw...

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