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COMPLIMENTARY PICNIC TO MESSRS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
CoxcPLcocosrAIIY Preh'co TO McePaS. Glnas, Su!ALOrD, AND Co.-On Saitrdnylast, tie 0tl! instfret, a complicmentary picnic was tendercd to Mressias. Gibbs, Shalla-'ra, and Co., by tiloir ecc,lloyto, as a mark of the 'ieospcdt andmt otem in which they are hold,, and also to celebrato the completioen of the now compo. sing-room which Ohs just boon added tolth promises. Tho party, exceeding fifty..in numner, left the Cireular Qasy, aboit 10 a.n, in tihe stcamer 'Vonga for the scene of the day's foatiyitics. Tile weather was rather inauspicious,bat tids dnrwbacak ?id noI inter fore with tice earyinc boat of thl:'arrange msents previously ticcidod upon. Th'steamer reached" Closltcrf ebout 11. p'tlqli, ghLesi tho oecursionists proceedcd to amses thomseolves in,various ways--dancing, orikot, rounders, swinging, &c., being respectiveiy patronied. Tie party sat down after 1 o'clock to a sub lctintisl repast, provided icy Compagnoni.: The clair wes occispiodhy M[r. T, L. lIolceos antd s...
Fatal Accident on the Burwood Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
F-,atal Accident on tile Burwood Estate. A s.1D accident occurred yesterday fore nooii at Durwood, by which a line yolnn man, named Jacob Audit, agod 22 years, was hastened into eternity. It appear.s that Andot and a nan namleld Sehlliun, both of whom were engaged by MIr. Mere wether, and weorking on the B]nrwood Estate, were felling a tree, nld upon its strikling'the f.*onnd a branich of consider a~b!o size rebosnided, striking Audet a very sovere blow. Ho was rendered insensible, and Dr. S.. T. Knaggs was seint for, and was prompltly in attendanice. He found the sinfortuliate felloWv in 'a very bad state--siilhrilg fron: severe internal injuries. His msiaval to thie Newcastle lloslsital wvas recOmmended by the Dbctor. The injured minai was placed hi a cart, and on thie Wsay inito town le breathed his last, Deceased is spoken of as hia?ing beeni is quiet, hlard wnrlcnig, and iolltbnsive yosig mni; aid ?was- very much respected by his follour-worlunen. He was a iingle man; thi osily...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (riioJr OUIt SY5U5WSY ;i5I5~PON)ENT.) Tnscss Was a heavy, prottactedl, lfid some what hcriminious dlebate ill the Assesibly. last night on a moJtionl of' .I. Taylor to refund to the o;vil servants the amouint dcducted from their salarids from Feb ruary, 1870, to December, 1872. Whllat over force there may l4o in thle assortibn that the. Civil servants wore hardly treated in this matter, it certainly Bcsies late in thu day to ask tihe Parrliauimeint to coma to their relief with a refund--if, indeed, it can bo culled a refund, for, as Mhr. Itobrtamon put it; it would be aisurd to call this a "refund," whusi the mooney iiudn'sever been voted at all. Mr. Parkcs sumghut by nm mamemidment, to niake tihu mootioms apply to all poersois in tile esploy of tile Goverament, but the House siege tiled'bothi iotion anid ahieniolndmunt. It waUw after m'idniglit when thie bIouss rose. Is the Assembly, to-night, hon. miembors writzpi:etty well all round tile political com~ipass on a ...
"THE NEWCASTLE MORNING HERALD AND MINERS' ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
" Tin NEWCAsTLE MORNINO E?I?L-D AND" MINEns' AnDvooA."-T"Ih -first number of O second doily journal in Now castle, .undor the Qbeyo titlo, wos issued yostorday morning. Tho nowcomor is hleo Mincrs' Advocate transplanted from Wsallsend to Nowcastlo, nnd tho idontity of.tho older ptint with tho pow ons is iwrie manifest by tho engnaved head. Tlie forster titleis Im. changed, bit tho addition is ploced above, on ijaunty flowing scroll. The Ilerold begins tboe campaign with .two- pages and vtwo cokhuns oyer of. advertisements, and has adoptedl tlo sensillo systeii of clasmifying theso notices. In tse lmeditg- colhmtes the ,principles of the journal are' stated with nttfi:L Clent falnss and some quaintness, and tse other reading matter is copioun and fairly vsrird. It must ho remehiborerd. thst tit "plsnt hbs been removed front WValisond sines FCrdisy, and, oll things cdnsidercd, the paie?or in its nosy shape makes an excellent first apprarmnco in overy'rcspect.-M , Mc roury, April ', 18...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 11.53 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
SIIEL3OURNE. WeVdnesday, 11.583 p.m. Sir Charles Gavon Dotfy gavo a lecture on 5' Exomples for Europo" last night to a largo asdience, The lectUro woos a gossipy one. Speaking of politido;' Ih 'roneserkd- that ho noticed a growing tendency in thso E~gilish Parliament to behave liko gentlemen. -Menl hioning dead-locks iho said thot in Belgium tho 'King and Isis Meinisters had powner to dissolw: o055 or both HOUses, in suds a ease. In Vie rorsa when siteton gentlimen in tlie Upper ?ouso disagreed with seventy-eight in the Assoshbly, the latter were soul to-their eonsti !uents. iisforriig"tohtlle buildings of Soutis Europe, hso mustoltoiosd that thecir" style wnia nuitabls to lhist olimaste. .' -
WOLLONGONG. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
" • Wcdnosdoy. Tho copious dtlplly of mmn which foil hbro daring tho lost fow days hns now ceased. . The Tasminia and .Ierisoworth oteamoro loft hero for M[elboorno with coal a few dayoI ago ;aso tho City of' Hobart, with coal and coke, for Launceoton. M[r, John Tigho, of Keologno has given 8i.O' towotrad tho now convent at:?Wollon g'ong... . . Thpdhthoria prevails in thot part p1 tho distnot north of Wollongong. In ono famaily? two children died within foar days.
DEPARTURES.—May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
lELt'ABTUIIhS.-.Moy Io. Albioni (s.), for New Zenland Iorough i elle, schooner, for Nowcastle City of Athena, ship, for Snn f'rancisco Thle Storine Boerd not ognin yesterday, to resume the exnminatitn of writwosre in the canse of the You Yanjgs steanmer, running on to the rooks. The evidence of the chief nud second flicere wans toeni, andt tIle Bard adjourned. Tiho inquiry will be returmed tocday. On Wednesday night, at it t,'eloek, the You Yangs stetmer, weas lunuchted from the Patent Slip, after undergoing repsi'sa; hut it uIhving been discovered that, notwithustnding the care token in repairing her deamnge, ehe mndo a connsiderable oquantity of water, shln rwa yesterday aat i nr. lah.aen et to the Slup aga-in. The Silier Eagle, ship, and thf Etta Loring brquo, were placed untier tile cranes yesterday. the forntcr to lutndt Nnw Lnmbton coal ftr Shanghai, and rile latter to load from the seame colliery. For weltat port eite is deu:ined, ttow aver, we have not yet been iatbrtiseet. ...
SHIP'S MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
SUIT'S MAILS:' Ship'e moils close on tihe 1.11h iasfnt.n at the N·, wenatle Pnt Otlche, per Etta Taming, lo, Yokahnmo, and per Sovetes, for. San 'rancisco. 'I'e lltlith lnvilned, Lri-- , Ciptain lioddv. left M[elbourne on 'tne Sod in~lant, nnd; wo nIt \ilson's Promnteoory the osnoe night, -t eight o'cloek. Thewnvid being from S.-to S.1. w'ith heavy rains, tho glees roglng from 34.10 to 30.10 On-Sanduy, the- 7i11 instant,.a strong breezo epringing op front .S . brou.ght the vessel op -to llroken tny. Tho evoather here rotom in very thick, with leay roiin and squalls At midi,.b, ol toSodoy blouled olfslhore, and at 4 a.tn. onn~aby from Id. with heovy mitt, the ber meter standing at 13 A terrifio gale blent, the vessel being head reaching, atn i all tite Listsutnder two lower topsuils for twelve: hoiirs. .She- was heaving o. t her beam euds, and was laboubine g Ienvily tnttil 4 Itm. when tLhe etors abated. Slbe'staintetd no doratge, nod will lcad a norma of AA. Coin ponty'e coal for MI...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
SH-IPPING. 1'ORT OF NEWCASTLE. AIRIVALS.--MiY 11. ENig-r, brig, 291, Rone, from Sydney. Captain, alient onsnbd, sohohoner, 90, Nieholson; from Sydney. \V. K. hl,oehhead, agent Carl Max, German nsleiobner, from Sydney. K. II. Wallace, agent Adelphoia,baene, 349, Gregory, from Lyttlo ,ton. J. nmd A. Urownve, agellls - CoA.TWlsr.--May 11 r Collaroy (s), llllon (8.), colonilt, Yarra y arrao A DeCIntield, from Sydney; Star of Peace, from Lako ltacqoarie, -witli o,000 shingles, 30,000 laths; May, from 1ort .Stephons, with 16,000 feet imbher
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
SHIPPING. "rEWCASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. L".(LaolToD.) .. Si?SydiicY Exhibition I The S. "S.' KIIBLA will ra at SINGLE VAXES FOR TIHE DOUlrE? JOURNEY, lIZTIL-, FRIDAY, 13T n MAY, IhoCLUslvO. s?o0....... ....---"?. I.. 6d. .'STEERAGE ....·;..... : ... Leaving Sodney Eyery Night at 11.30 p.m.; (Saturday and Sunday oxeeoptd). Leaving Newaostlo Every Morning at 10 am : (Sunday and Monday exceptel). H. D. PORTUS, Manager. @?eer--Hunter-etreet, . Noewooatlc, lO0th'pril, 1870. 193 O1SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. SOOlPS of the Largeot Closv taken up for REPAIRS. RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, Ae. Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrighta and Smiths a rk performed. Span nnd all other ship's matcrials In stock. Au Efxperieneod Diver, with diving oppa ?tu',on han!. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietors. PUBLIO NOTIOES. *NTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITIONT - 1876t. .LSection 7, Clans 616.-T'1he Firsnt Prho wos awarded to the CAbTLEIfAINM SIRIIWIRY, foa the Purity and Excellueco of hick Aa." 492 V- AcCINATION.-...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
• :-:;; ?: -SHIPPING IN PORT. Conflieft 1871, Hardy. Bingle, Whito & Co., agents; No. crane, loading MIessrs. Brown's coal. fdr San Froncisco Firth of Clyde, 824. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents; cargo wharf discharging ; to. load \nllrenl fo? Snn Francisco - lcsrern, 74*, Foremnan. Ilingle, White, and Co. aenuts:; Horseshoe, te salt 8liredale, 1532J, Brown. 11. B1, Wallace, agent; to load Oreta Iloonta, 687, Pearce. 0. Hewison, ngen ; Port Wenrtal, dischnrging :to load Wallseend Saliabnr~y, 1095. Case. 1l.B. Wallnce, agent; itream Saveanas :(Swedish), 768, Nylen. Bingle, White, and Co., agents ; to lead'Anvil Creek Salver I,,lo. 087, llohard. J. Reid, agent; loading at ,No. 4 Crane, New Lamnson, for Shanghan - ,Warwick, 1045, Tizard. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; lloresahoe, to sail for San Fran cisco Fii,.1407, Brown; B. B. Wallace, agent; to load Greta Annie Lewis, American, 671, ,foree. Goo. .litchell. agent ;-No, 7 crane, landing Lanbhon" for MNnill?,a Arrogante, French,...
DEPARTURES.—MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
DEPARTURES.-MAYb 11. Dnndenong (s..), Stanneld, for Melbourne withl 510 tons coal. .H. Smith. agent tCorona, .slip, Stroohan, for Shanghal, with' I146 tons coal. H;. . Wallace, agent Slav 11. WVoodville, barqoe. Coady, For Doaneeln, with 520 aons coal. J. I(eid, agent la[ry blildred, bhrque, Brown, for New Cale donia, with 161 head cattle, 2 horses. 10 pair iewls, 14 tons hay. R. B. \Vallce, agent Iyron, brig, Llowellin, for Lyttleton, with 270 tons eoal. J. Veonman, naent Leonidas. sclhooner, Steel, or Warnambool, with 150 tons coal. J. Reid, agent TFlenr do Slanrice, barqee, Warwick, efo Adelaide, writh 510 tons coal. J. and A. Brow',, ogeilt Arevlar, Burns, for San Fraejcisco, with 12513 tons coal. Bingle, White, and Co., agents - ', ConSTw'n,-2ay I I. Illalong, Yarra Yarra, and Coonsobara, for Sydney
(From the Evening News.) TAMWORTH. Wednesday, 2.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
(Fro0) the EJeIliifl Neis.) TAM1WORTH. 4 Wednesday, 2.10 p.m. Tho election of Aldermeln for tile Uoroughl of Tmnworth, rosulted in thle rotbrn of Messrs. Homny.LTyeo, Michaol urkeo, Abra ham Cohen, Edward Georgo Lewis, William Dowoll, P. G. King, Josoph Clhaffoy, John Donning and Dnniol Ioegan, in tho oglord named. MIessra. Clharles Ionry Veneos, nand Alfred James Lowis wero oloected as auditors. Tho election was an orderly one. Wo lhave had splendid rains.
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
]31U013AŽIE. Hon. Mr:. King, Miiniotor for Works, hlnt resigned. hr. Dirkoon ontcoods him. Thio Soiersot (s.) toket 200 roturned dig gore fromn Cooktown to Sydnoy. DavidNeuil, naeolunnt in a shltrobrolnros fnibe, has beon drowneod in tihe river. Time M\arino Boardl Ints oenmturedCaptin Ohntliold,-of thi Diko of Edinburgh, for grounding neur Sehmoper Islond, bot re. turned hinm his certificate on accomnt of previout good character. Tho Board consider thee master of the flanshee nommitted on error of judgment in not loading tho veossel morn off tho thorn, hlut added tlht hl'acted bost under the trying ciretlmtlanees.
ASTOUNDING EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876
AS'-TOUNDIeI EXPOSn-.--Tho 'capitOl of the United States has got a gennino sonso tion, tGen. Ielknap, Secretary of War, has boon detected in the odo of an onlico within hisegift and bhos .?igoged,. 'JlTeo.Secretnry's wifo oioms to have boon employed as the agent, nod to havo receoived ,000 dolla? yearly as black-noll. T?h' oxcitoment in Wnshington is intenso. Gon7 ]lelknap was one of thomost trusted of Grint's Ministors, and lt[rs. lolknap is the most clanirming woman in Washington. Thoro seems to bo no ilobt of the Senretaniy's guilt, nnd, niadoabt, other. evidoneo of corrupt p?ncticee will shortly bh brought to light. 'lugE PEDESTRtAN CI[AMrPIOr.-A movonicet has been not on f~ot'in Tdnitlnnd nmoegst the admirors of Robert Fletcher Watson, the champion runner of Austotlo, to present him with a gold modal as a mark of apprecintion of his wonderful game running and hiA. invariably stinightforwat. ,and honorable ondue:t during' hin pedestrian career. It is nlna proposed t6 geslo him a...