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ANVIL CREEK & GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

ANVIL C hEEI r o acide nt. A complello chanpter of accidlents han occurred hero within tho last few days. M[r. C. liandall, thoe Scretirny of tile Crota miners, when procoeding along a hIadihng on his way to work, slipped his foot and fell, and in falling one of thi picks whiclh lie caried unlder his amr pi, reed his necek for a cooider aleo diotancO. ]13 a desOixrlto elfort ho iomanagcd to oxtosiet the pick lronn the woud, and woo eualiled to get asoistanco. Stops were taken to provent an outllow of blood, 0n1(1 MI. ltnodall woo, with nssiotance, ohlo to proceed to the ourgory of Dr. Willinams (who, lackily, wis at hoieo). Tho doctor, in stitching up thi wound, lod to perform on operation of ii most dilficult chanrcter, i anelsch no the wound woo in ouch close proximity to tie omain artry, that thoe lighest puncture might' have produced fatal elffets. Mr. lt. certinoly lal Is iost oirnaculooso eapo. A?Ootlior oceidont of a painfol ohoroetor oc curred to a youog mon nmamed Orillitho...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday night, 9.15. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From outr Sydney Corresopoidetl.) Wednesday night, 9.15. ?. flex" mtan ntylor, eight years of ago, has beon dirowned ini then tossnery water-hsole ait TIarriekvio. M". Lnureneo Fllunery, owner of several raoeorses, loins boonl thrown front hij hIcdrso, cannsing both legs to bo broken. At thne quarterly iceeting of the Licensed Victuallcr's Association a very satisfuetory report wans presontod. Late nows from Fiji state that frightful atrocities have been perpeotrted by thilon smn loin tribesh; c en, women, and children lmvo been brctadly murdered. A lecture on thie Motropolitansid Illawarra Railway, is to be deolivered in the MIasonin aIill to-moscow eveninig by thin Roe. Dr. Liunig. What side tlh venerable doctor in tendn takiing is not slated. Thie lion. John Ssiitls, M.A., has had thn heononiry dlegee of LL.D. conferred uponhihn by the University of Ahenleon. 'Ilse annual ball ilhich, generally tieraniisato the Initereolonia ELxlhiition took ilace this ovening,...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

COR RESPONDENCE. Let It lie distinctly undertood that wo do no identify ouroelvno with the opeiioons cxproorl by o00 oowe.poodeote. All eoeioeuoieoteoto oaet hove thoe omMo and eilddreea of tiho writex 'iotached, noot oeeeooaeiy for poblleationi, but ua a p..meoteo of good faith. WVe don't believe in ineertinog letters whoa they appear in other papersalso. 1 eecd rolmauniaotioan will not be returned.]

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NEWCASTLE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

NEW?ASTLE FIRE BRIGADE, Tan nsunal woekly meeting of the Now castlo Fire Brigade Commnittoo was hold lost evening, at.the otfico of !M[r. George MKitchll. Thero wore preeo-en-s?sesrs. Ohapeaen, (halrairrnn), Dart, Shyw, MKitchell,'Rodgcrs, and Ludlow. Tihe minutes of last meoting were road and coefirmod. A letter was road, received from Mr. John Asl, stating that the Honeysuckle Point Enghie Station was ieady to receive the ongino,.'aild asldng for an order to get tie angina. It was decided by the meeting that tihe ogine shonld be placed in thenew hnseo. Letter rend received from ieIr. Tigho, as Trosted- of tlhb ?aqnuario Ward Fire B3rigadoe, stating tllat he was not sure that the property of the Brinadq could be transferred from Manqneuare"'Ward to Honeysuckle Point. If, however, nsul4 could be doio, it ought to be only at the request of the iiieuibers by a resolution pLassCd at a imectiug regularly convetied. Cousiideration of the letter was post pollued. 'the SOrEIINTE.?DeN? (Mrr...

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The Brough-Smyth Tyranny. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

The Broagh?Sulsyth Ty3Taany. ANOT~UER of those circumlocntory speci mnus of official incapacity and timidity, known as. special, inquiries, or Board lecetings, has beens brought toa close with the usual result-pablic dissatis 'faction. Our renders will have become familiar auith the principal facts brought out in tlh'c vidonco adduced during tho investigation of the coadnct of Mr. BRouot-ArrYTU (the Victorian Secre tary of. Mines) towards his subordi nates. That tlhre must have been something extraordintlry in the conduct of the head of a department to induce hii staff to preter no less than twenty six separate charges against him, was tite general opinion to'ort the cnqictiy commenced. :lhe startling revelations brought to light, day by tidy, during the iuvestigntion had certainly prepatred tile public mind for a very difierent re stilt than the :namby-pamby inconsistent denouesment lately given to the world. One of the princital charges against Mr: Ssv'n i' as--" Having persistent...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

Port Waratah Agency. MfR. rWM. OAntLAND, of Port Wnratal?l ha L been appointcl Agent for thi.s jou la tit thit tonn, am ia anthoriord to rceivolo maieo on our account, SEET. '"endlcld nodl voeate" O tice, tIi May, 1870. Stockton Agency, M " Bn. ALE. BRO\VN hs been APPOINTED .L. AGEN'I" for thia jornanl at BTOCKTON, from wliomn pnpera on be received, and orders for Advertiemnuota or Job P'rintiun loft, J. 31. SWEET, S -l'roprictor. "Herald and Advocate Ollcoe," '2nd April, 1870. RENEWED NOTICE. A UIUn BER OF COUESPONDENTS, WlOo . snhold thve-sense enough to knocw better, pelset in adldrrssin their litenr> coni)»nlcjltiona to tleo undraignctd, instnad of tin EDLTOI1t, and re nometitneo nurprised ot not oeing tlicr ctffusions i, print. WVo recpt our rcqorot that correspondenco aiould be addonosed to tihe "Editor," and advootlae mente, &Lc., to tile o0llco. J. I. SWEET, Proprietor. "InIALn ANt' Anroolen Office, 10th April, 1870. IJjte N hTicaStlE J-ornltfl ivhaltb MINERS' ADV...

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DREADFUL TRAGEDY IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

DRncADFUL-TIAGEDY toe G"LAsoaov. Mrurdor of a M[other-in-law and ?unrdoroso Aaslslt on a iffce.--Thos. Barr, a book ow vesosr, who lived on unloippy terms with hih wifo at oaotflold, near. Itathergion, as to eanao heor omling refuge with hci mother, Mrs. Sloan, reoldinogat "108, Gallowgote, Glasgow, Barr left his home and procccded to the monso of his mother-in-law, and msat loreo at once proceeded to aasault the inmnats. rs. Thenry, a neighbour, heoring the screams iproceoded to the hoses. Mhrs. Hlrr, in the act of coming. out, fell into her arms, and on going inside she foand Mrs. Sloan lying on the sloor with tremendous wounds in the neck nod breast, of which she died almost instantancoaisly. The murderer ninfrom the loiuse through the *street, end soieing; a cap fromln a boy's head alid putting it on Iris own, was lost to view; lie was traced too draper's shop, whore lie beoght hmurricdly a plir of trousers, end lins not been heatrd of since. Police were sent to twenty diflereni...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

CAVE ADULLAM. THE "lively scenoes" which Ihave hitherto characterised tile proceedings of Munici pal Councils in this colony, would seem now to form part of the programme at church meetings. At a late meeting of the Easter Vestry at Christ Church, Sydney, the scene would appear to have been lively enough in all conscience. Tihe account of tlhe proceedings as it appears in the ST4ANDAIID roads more like tihe report of a ease of abusive language at tihe Police Court .. Tihe report 'cd balance-slhoot having been read, it" was proposed and seconded' that tlhy shlould be adopted. Upon thisi an mn ondmenlc t was moved that tlIe balance-shoet stand over till succh timune as auditors be appointed to audit the accounts. This amendmnent the Chalirmna refusee to put, and this refusal acted as the traditional red rag to the bull, and tihe row began. It. is pleasing to observe tlcat the IChairman's ruling was supported by no less than forty ladies. Under such support as this, it is no wonder tlc...

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SRIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

- slUPS MAILS. M[,lis for San b'mncisco, per. Warwiok nnd C,'nfit, close to-d?,tv at tl u Nencastle Post cjico. aioa far Shangid, p~r Qilvor Ealglet.

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NEW ZEALAND. DEPARTURES.—May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

NEW ZUJALAND. D1EPARTUUS .-Maoy 9. Sarah, from Arawata, tbr Molbourno Tit aship, Silver Englo, is oxpctcd to he placed under th eraneis to-day to load 1100 tonas otl'lmiton coal for Shanghai. Sho ih at present lying it tho stream.

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

CITY &_ DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. 'A ILTon ?ENDowMENT.--On ,Tees day evening" last, in the Assembly, ?Ir. S ?tevens presented a petition from the muni cipality of HIamilton in favour of increased cdowment, end the petition was received. NEwncAs'rf JOCKEY CcUh - A meeting of the Committee wilt be held at the Ship Inn this evening, to receive the entries fer tise eour Imndiecips, as taken by MLr. Clib. born, in Sydney. .New O i. ualss.-- MIr. Cameron re ceived from Sydney, yesterday, anew 'bue. It is well and comfortobly fittedl ip, and isorvalu Ible addition to his rolling stock. The 'bes is called "EEmtlatdr." Eon.LISd- CRICI.ETglRs.---W observe byosdvertisement tlat a general meeting of ticl Nwcastleo Cricetit Club will be held at the Shcipl Inn, on Friday ovening, to oaks ,rrangements for the visit of tie Eslglith team next seesoni. Theobject of the seeting ehilssd be suficilent to warrant a good attend Dn?.NGEROUe EQUESTRIANe. - Two ceamen indulging us IL qeiet canter yeoterdt...

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BRITISH SEAMEN ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

SBRITISH SEABMEN ABROAD., HowoyP.u stringently the low may visit the otfeueces of seamen who aro guilty of misoonduet, it takles dale that their interests are always scost sedulously gurnled. Sloro especially is tlis so in thecasooo British seamen absoed. When ever any seaman is diselmrged from bi' ship at asoy port beyond her Msjesly's dominions, i" is incumbent upoe his anptaij to see that to is plaoed on boerdl some other ship .bound to-the port where the voyage commenced ; or to see that ho is provided with the necessary oecans to return thithe, or to anly other British port .greed upopa If ho fall lick, or beconm insasy oway iucapaeitated 'for thle performance of lio duty on board ship, so that it is necessary to leave him beholhl at atoy foreign nort, it is tile duty of the British Consal of tlhO plaee to see that he is forwarded hoor; ard. ii he have no money willt wshich the expense of lhis transit may be defrayed, tile puoblic revenuea oast he drawoo upon for thoe prpose. A...

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CHARGE AGAINST RAILWAY OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

Ceaua1E BaINST RAILWAY Or. YICAL.ORe-Ir. LTacehoy in roply to 31i. ['?llhone, in the Assembly on 'l'aooday, said that theo 1ngirleer-iln-.iof for llailwaya hod fxanished him to-day with the following r. paort:- lfred A rnohi reoldrportc d enrT hoer for having two bnas potatoes brdough't dar the rmilway line, anti for leavin oe n Workr daring worlinbghoao to obtain drinot bat Uris ropaort woo not madeo itil aftor Hoer had cautionod Arnold for irdling oway hi tieno, eind'infonnet hiirn that tnleos hokel bettor to Irio wore anotheor men would havo ho oerildloyotl in hIi sotetad.", Under rule 2.1 the .rib18 andl regulations of tho railwvay, ran oa~rgo gnwtiost Ir sureorrr offirer ehoald 1 made witlhin oovon days after tho ocenre of tho mattor roported,. othorwiso spell cel." droll bo regarded os tho result of malieo. t.ho roport about tile potatoese warn md se months rafter tile ocoaraonco, instead of Bee *days; and on the charge of leaving tire ?hr daring working hourn, to obtarin d ,i...

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THE YOU YANGS MISHAP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

THE YPOU YA1NGS MIISII'.~ Tha loanl ilarlnile ]oaitl having on Tnensday lant after a very lengthy nonminatioa of wit necsea und carnfal casideration of erhie?ec de eided that the loto arcident to thoe n.S. Yea Yanga wans canned by the negligent naviiatiou of Cal:thiu 'lhruosell, loot again yesterday ofter noon to institute a fresh cnquiry. The examin ation eonleuded on Taesdar as stoled in our report Of the case was nmerily preliminary, !ere fare on finiliu, the captail in default, itwans noceasary to p¶ane him to the poition of a de fendanlt and take fresh ovidened and a re examlaation of witnesses. The. Doard nit at 3 pm., thero being present, Captlin Allen (Ohalirmanu), lessrs. . Scott,.O. F. Stokes, i.. B. Welloce, H. U. Uross, nod E. A. Wlite.- 'J'he inholeof the waitnesses were not examined, ond iee therefore do not p?ltdish az~y eridenee until it iso ompleted. Tihe cnon Is creatiing nome in terest it thi. shipping commnunity, and our readers may rely upon being plrovided -wit...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

LAMIBTON. Mil. TorroMAs ALNWIOK held a suc cessful s:ci of drnpt ry, furniture, &c., at the shop of Mlr. A. Jenkins, on Tuesday. Thloro was a good attendunce. Owing either to Mr, Alnwick's auctioneering cloquenco or to the fact thalt money was plentiful, thoe bidding was exceedingly spirited, and Mr. Jenkins must hveo bueen higlly pleased with the result oven if his custon era were not. Although the ailo extonded over four hours it was notcompleted, and Mr. A. had to finish up yesterday. I'ARTICuILAn. BAPTIST CUuioliu.--'ho anniversary services of tie oabove Church were held on Sundtty and Monday last. On Sun dtay, three special sermons wero preached in the morning by theo iov. I[. Inlnun, of Newcastle; m thl nfternoon by thelo ev. T.. IRobey, of Wallsend ; nd at night by the o 11ev. J. T. Popper, of Newcastle. Each ser vice was well attended, and excellent dis collrses were delivered on each occasion. On Montday, i public tel meeting was held in the Rocliabito Htll, when a ...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

"ALLE?ND. WAoCsBsaNi (UosLn MN'trosu CoOrPzey. --I lad the pleasure of inspcoting some quartz specinmens on Wednesday, brouglt down from tile above company, at Plangiug lock. • The specimons wore of tile. sort kuowu s " gold-bcarlng quartz," being of a blue cast, ald striped with veins of snondico. The gold yos plainly visible in thoe stono, nad though fine, exists in sufliciont ouantitv to pay several ollces .to tile tois, It tile rest tue stone is proved to bo anythingf5el"nl-'n SPrauoos Ioruu;-?'h- h sharp mali who succeeded in passing off a spurious £i5 note on M[r. Truobody, also socceeded in passinsa live on Mr. J. 1'unton, of the Blue Itoh Hotel. Tills time, howover, ho hlas wplayed with a man who will doubtlese maheo thot for the forger and uttoror, as he ho b tartud off in company with another man in nrsoit. Botlhl son syore- mounted on food orros when I boot them on Wodneodavy oroiof, and judging from ths omall tubs ow projecting from their holsters, if once hOy get ilghot...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

?¥AILATAli| ronaoen.-Tho polieo have not y{t succeededl in applrehendling the person wvl? 3:Lesod the forget[£5 note on n[r, D. Watson, on Friday ovening last. .Thoy ]know their man, bot cannot find his whornebouts. Now GOODS riinD--Tlho. now goods soled is now complcted, and will shortly be opened to the publc. The old structure mwi then bo roenovcd, which will give mdro room ot thd station for tile increoaing tratlie. PoDoI-.--Tho postponement of two cases at tho Wnratah Police Court on W'odnesday, through the Wallsond constable having no time to attend to the service of the summons, is onothor proof of the sohaneful neglect of the authoritios in supplying this district with on. omciont" body of police. Constable " Lennard has lIn from homo on othier businos, and the town is loft, as the old saying goes, "to God and good noighbourr," whiehe is a diogmrce to the Governencot, and cspecially at this time, when tho.diotrict seems to be ineostedl wtth roglls and vagtbonds. No mutter ho...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

NEW LAM]BTON. TIIo Oo~rLEnY.--The Colliery was off work all day on WVedneoday; on account, it is said, of the ship which they are at presont loading being unaeble to sabo tole coals fast enough to keep tile pit going. OLDnArc's LCENSE. - When .Mr Croadaco gets an idea into lis head, hle oparcs neither trouble nor expenos to earry it out, especially when thse opposing paety. i not very strong. By your report of tile Licenso Court proceedings of Teosday, I see that M[r. Croudac wont to the. expense of engoging a lawyer; to oppose the grant of a publican's Ifcenso to ?hr. Oldham, for his house, sitoatodon tle Commonago, and that the applicatioi whs refused on the objection raised by him: that thh house is sicuatod too near to the Lambton Colliery. This wos, no doubt, in the minds of tlh Bench, a suflicient reasou why" the license should not be grnuted, but it certainly does not stand good in this district. Ohlhtm's honse may he too near to the Lambton pit, but it is cortainly no nearer...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

WALLSEND. SA . NAnnnO EspApE.-What might boon a sorioe" accident ,ory neoarly ocltrrod on Thursoday morning nsatho 0 p,m., traini ;awo leaving, Addmy dr?Lwn bythroc horsescworo standing at tie railway Grossing waiting for tho tieiin to lum. In starting thin onginotho driver opened'tho cylinder taps, tile noise of which caueod chi Ihorses to turn suddenly iound, end is a .prammbulator was standinag close to tbs dray with two chsildren in it and ono besido it t le poeramslsator was tlhrown over and ono qf 'tllo' ?lilsophsldlron fl ". ' Tilo driver htad by this tinio got to thlo.horsl head, and fortlinat'oly tss horses opd dmry syoro pro vonted from'going over tise chldrin. As it was the whoel of the dsraypassed.'ithin a faw inches'of thi clsildwlso had boon thrown out, and tila ?orsmbelatior also narrowly escapod. Tisoro is po'rilcpo n'o llaco with smy proton ti6as to lisw ahd aido"r Wlhere! tisce is moro aroless driving, aons so goneenl a disro'ard of lifo shown tlhan in WVallsend, F...

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

CITY & DISTRICT. I N•?1VCASTLE. Cods. 'IS:l.ts' HItlL -- (;ur roardors i 11 Ileldl tu sle,,rve hiv our tolegraplhic ;otelligeuceo, tloit thei ab~e.inmicdi I1I1 leot ree i'ed the Itoll Aos"it, mid his thius beeoieii -IIPMolserT OF (JATTLE.--A flo lieril of nattlo 100 inl nudleer, woro shippcd yeStor hi," per IRestless lainlto for Nournor. the cettleiv re int fine condition, ond hove becn solected by M[r. Jinues froun the Northern Dii. trict herde. WItaRATA SseALL T)EnTSi' O:,UInT.- Wesnro rcqucstcd by M[r. V. Line to coeot an crror in the report of the caso Tucktcr v. Line, which was leardl rot the lust sittiingi. TIio defendant, it is stitcd, had to pay lI 1ls. ld., being the cost of fLer witnesses." This is not the ease, the phiintil] hid to Voiy the above aniollnt. " BUie,IooI. sLasD.-- o observe tlhet sin old friend, Biilhrl Wileox, late of tihe Aastrallan Hotl, ,allend, blos oplencd the Soilors' Heine IHotel, Biollock Ishlid, aud from his well-known urbanity, endu the co...

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