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Things to be Noted. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
Things to be Noted. A QUADRILLE party takes place at MIr. MlIiller's "fRock of Hope" Hotel, Tighe's Hill, this evening, and every Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Tile entrances for the athletic sports' grand handicap foot race, which takes place on the 24th inst., under auspices of No 20 and 114 L. O. L., will close at 8 p.m. on Thursday next,-a full pro gramme of sports and concert. appears in our advertising columns. A public meeting in connection with Now Lambtoei Band of Hope is jul nounced for Monday evening next. A grand tea and quadrillo party takes place at the Northumberland Hotel, Bur wood, on Queen's Birthday, in aid of the Roman Catholic School. The members of the Naval Brigade are requested to muster in the A. A. Co's. paddock, this evening, at four o'clock. The S.S. Illalong, will leave the steamers' wharf, Newcastle, for Sydney, on Monday morning at 10 a.m. The Ilia long is now running temporarily in place of tihe Kcmbla. A general meeting of the Rev. M. Foran'i testim...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
S SHIPPING IN PORT. / mtos. JConfict, 1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co., S eotn; No. 6 eroe, loadling Meossrs. Brown's -l, for San Francisco * Firth of Clyde, 824. 0. F. Stokes and Co., agents; cargo wharf discharging ; to load \Vallsend for Sain Franeisco Invorerne, 744, Foreman. Bingle, White, and Co. agents ; Horseshoe; to sail Mitredale, 1239, Brown. H. B. Wallace, agent; to load Greta bloonta, 627, Pearce. G. Howison, agent; Port Wanratuah, discharging : to load Walleoud Salisbury. 1095. Case. I.B. Wallace, agent; etream Savenaa (Swvedish), 768, Nylen. Bingle, White, and Co., agenta ; to lod'Anvil Creek - Silver Eagle 987, Richard. J. Reid, agent; loading at No. 4 Crane, New Lambton, for Shanchai Warwick, 1005. Tizard. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; IHborseshoo, to sail foir San Fran cisco Fiji, 1407, Brown; R. B Wallace, agent; to load Greota BAnQogs Bbanqns Annie Lewis, Americann, 671, Mor-e. Geo. Mitlceoll, agent; No.7 crane, loading Lambton for Manilla Arrogante, Fr...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
MELBOURNE. The Government intend superannuating all civil servants over sixty years of ago." The body of the boy Berry?will probably be exhumed, for further investigation. Public feeling has been oexcited by, the arbitrary manner in which the Customs authorities acted towards the Stovensons. It is expected that matters wvill shortly beI brought to a crisis.
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
?a?lrliamcntairy. In the Assembly up to.' sending this, nothing of much importance. , Mr. M'Elhono violently attcriedtho pri vate character of Mr. William Byrnes, clerk in the Lands Oflice. HIis,(,Q'Elhono's) asser tions were of the most infamoss charactor, and called forth great disapproval from both sides of thoe House., A fter icearig thiese, he madea full apology, and regrotted that, by his hastiness of temper, he should have beeoon led to speak so rashlly. TlI9 House negatived, by oieo vote, theo second reading of the Clarence Electonld Bill.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
LATEST TELECRAMS. (Front our SgdleUg Correspondent.) SYDNEY. A nucxoun is published in to~"ay's Eventi a SNeIso thinft Madnmo Lma Do 3lirnk lusz did suddenly. It is lkown slho iasvory ill in Now Zealand recently, fromn sore throat, but tihe prevailing hope is that silo has not yet "e1huflled oiT this mortal coil." Very favorable reports have booeen received from the Burra Durra gold-field, but it is ad visedl that miners should no go there until tthe ground isfurther prospected, and more doll. nite mnd reliable information obtained. Not withstanding this caution ntnibers tiro pidopiar ing to go there. ?Tho-edinncrgiven by members-of-the bar and legal profession to Sir William Manning, yesterdlay, was an unqualified snccess. In cons'eqeuneodf the lipriesentations'ldslde byan importing firm, the recent seizuore of blasting powder, consigned to the ItMesrs. Lassetor, will be cancelled, and goods handed back on payment of duty and lighlterago to the mogazino. SDr. Laug's lecture on the ...
The Late Panic in a Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
niaite Viia ikiic in a Theatre. THE Amarican papers received in Cork on Mssday, oantain an account .f the alarming panic, already reported by telo graph, that occurred in a theatre in Cin cinnati, in which eleven people were trampled to death and others injured. A mid-day performance, in whilch nearly 600 children took part, was being given at Robinson's Opera Ilouso, for the relief of the suffering poor There was anl immense audience, and, just as the Dro ceedings were about to begin, a limelight in the gallery flashed its glare upon the stage. The dazzling brilliancy pro duced cauied a cry of fire to be raised. Some one in the audience took up the cry, and it was recchoed from near the door by another person, who also cauglht a glimpse of the red glaie from the stage and did not know what had caused it. Thero was an immediate rush to the front doors, and in the narrow vestibule loading to the street the scene was a terri ble one. The people at the back, mad with fear, presrol upon...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
SSHIPPING. 'ORT OF NE-WCASTLE. ARRIVALS-MAT 12. land Hamilton., (a?.), 530; Sinclair, from Port Darwin. R. B. Wallace, agent Sea Spray, brig, 295, Grant, from Lyttelton Captain agent. CoasTwlsE.-May 12, Saxonia, Alert, from S. dnny.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
. SHIPPING. NEWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (LIrITED.) 'Sy?odney Exhibition t he S. S. KEMIBLA will rimn at S!NGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY; S UNTrIL . Saturday. 27th May, Inolusive. SALOON...........,,,.. 1I Gd. :STEERAGE............... as6d. LeavingSydney Every Night at,1 i.30 p.m. • ?(Saturday and Sunda¥y exccpted). ' Leaving Neweatle Every Morning at 10 a.m (Rimnday and Monday excepted). H. D. PORTUS, Maanger. Ole-allunter-street, Neiwatle, 10th April; 1876. 193 NEWCASTLE S S. CO. LIMITED. NOTICE. TIHE S.S. ILLALONG WVILL LEAVE THE STEAMER'S WHARBF, NEWCASTLE, On Monday Morning for Sydney, AT 10 A.l.. H. D). PORTUS, 551 Manuager. fi R. N. S. N. COMPANY. EASTER IHOLIDAYS AKD METROPOLITAYT.. EXHIIBITION. NOTICE. SETURN TICKETS, at Single Fares for the S Double Journey, Issued on bo:rd all of this Company's Steamers, to and from the Hunter, on and after THUnSAY, 13lth ltulimno, aiailable for return either hy this or A. S. N. Company' Steamers, until and 'including the hth Instant....
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. Mow 12. Rio Logo, brig, Miloe, for Lyttleton, "with 316 tons coul. J. and A. Brown, agents Quesatembert, French barque, Morean for BLnokok, with 509 tons coal. J. and A. Brown, ageots Queensland, barque, Grcenwood, for Iol bouine, with 460 tous coal. 11. B1. Wallace, Sntr. Juan, brig, Dawson, for Melbourne, with with 480 tuns coal. R B. Wallace, ng.nt Hosebud, schooner, Nicholson, for Melbourne, with 95 tons coal. W. K Locllbeod, agent Claud Ilamilton (s.a.), Sinclair. for lelbourne, with 4dO tons coal. H. .B. Wallace, agent.
DEPARTURES.—MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
DEPAlTUItES.-MAY 12. Queensalmd,barque, Greenwood for Melbourno with 460 tons coal. R. B. Wallace, agent Malcolm, schooner, Langwortlh, for Hobnrt Town, with 260 tons coal. 1. 1B. Wallace, Rio Loge, 241, Miles, for Lyttloton. J, and A. Brown, agents. ColsTwan s.--May 12. Sowonia, Colonist, Duckenfield, for Sydney
Lost in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
:Lost in the ,lL.ia. TIcE following interestting details of tile diswovery of the remains uf a pohr unfortunate lost in the lu'h are faor warded to the Tamworlh News of the 5th inst., by the Nuudla currespon dent: A'few days since I wrote you news of the finding of the bones of the late Mr Alex. J. Kyle, who perishsd in the bush about two years ago. I aecom panied Senior-constable Ward and T. B KICermode, Esq., to Terrible Billy Creek Now England, where the remains (a skeleton) were pointed out to us by a shepherd, named Henry Webber, in the employ of MIr. Oadell. An inquiry was held on the spot and tle verdict re turned was "The human skeleton is that of Alex J. Kyle, a man of about 'S years of ago; and that the said A. J. Kyle, being lost in the bush on hirs way from Uralla to Hanging Rock, on or about the 20th of June, 1874, perished of hunger and cold where his remains were found. It was the opinion of those present that his remains had been disturbed, in. asmuch as the fragment...
Killing a Wizard. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
.Killing a Wizard. TnH ?Iaori was a young chief of a great family, Himiona To Run by name, a smart active young fellow, of 19 or 20. Dressed in a short loose coat, with a plaid shawl as a hilt, he was perfectly cool during the trial, heard, the sentence of death with little concern, and loft tile dook, evidently thinking himself a martyr, and one who bad done good sor vice to God and man by ridding the world of a deadly and malignant wizard. Himoina belongs to one of tihe East Coast tribes. At the back of these tribes live the U"riweras-a band of High landers with whom his family has intermarried. These Uriweras are the most uncivilized of all Maories. They hold little intercourse with others, and have never had missionaries resident among thoem Suporsti lion is therefore rife, and the Uriweras are tha, great Makutu, or " wizard" producing tribe in New Zea land. To Marae had caused the death of five people, one of whom was Himiona's father. It is no use denying this, for there were,...
MULTUM IN PARVO. (CLIPPED FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
MULTUM IIN PARVO. .n (CIrPED eROMe Oe. EsCneNGES.) B~RISHINIE. The National Association halieinvited Mr. Joubert to attend the ilxhibition at Brisbanet, in August; and Mr. W. ?W?llis anrd Mr. Il. L. Monteflore to'act as Ccmnissionurs at Sydnoy Mer King, Minister for Works an(t Mlines, lhas resigned, andi Mr. Jaimes R. D)ickson. mnember for lEnoggers, is gazetted nos his sccessor. The Bench lias dismissed the charge agaiinst tllo master of thi ship Penrithl of not taiking due steps for the saving of the life of a seaman who fell over board durilng the voyage from Glasgow'. The City of lCheviot, fr.m IIong-kong has arri.ed at TowiinsvillO The Somerset left Cooktown with 170 passengers, including sixty for Bris iane. lTheo rains have extended to the Warago and Mitchell distriots. The nrutiny oni board thie Strathenrn was not very seiious; the police arrested eighteen tf the crew without resistance.
DAVIES V. GRIFFITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
DAviins v. Gliaiorerus.-Tho Evening Neo o says:-lDavies, the American pedes. trian, on Grifiths, of Windsor,' of Windsor, Jiestcrday iftornbon, 100 yards; for £50 onthe lon B ay lood. A faiir strt was effected. A reliable informano nrsleuree - n thot Davico broested the tapo iigliteon inches olhad of hio opponent,' bitt some member of the '. R1., who wore interested, vociferously alouted " a tie," "deead uiat," &c., 'imd the reforeo, amidlst. gireattunoiult,; grave it in such. Tie Lrone, it is stated, was highly discreditable, and pdeostrianism will not be much bonefitted Iby tin offoir. .. , F.\REWELL LUNOIIEON TO MR. L. 3LeOKINNONo.-Aa forewell lUncheon w~s given on ThirMsday at Clement's Cafo, to Mr.. L. C. lMackinnon of lThe ArgU, by a number of goentlemen connected with the paper, upon the occesion of his departuro on a visit to Eng ndio. Between thirtyand forty wore irecent, said thlo choir wee token by M[r. Itogh George, the general irniager. Tihe chairman, in pro pos...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876
MELBOURNE, The Custom anuthlorities of IMelbourne are satisfied with tile explanation for warded by BLMessrs. Stevenson as to duty paid on the hloisery goods seized nlast Suturday, but owing to.a technliclel ob jeelion to passiiig cutrics ini this pantico Sr 1010, thu goods aIIZvO not yet heens delivered to the firm It Ihas been found desirable to remove the old wojden buildings.,used as an Ilntnigrants' Ionie from the P'rincess Bridge, in account of their presenting an eyesore to the entrance to new Gov ernment House A statesenti hais got about to the effect that the Treasurer refused to fir ward £1000 to the Agent-Genetal for the expenses of the Victoria rifle team. 'the truth is that :hle 'Treasurer merely requiro.l a proper offieianl notiocation from Colonel Anlderson that £100 bad been collected by public subscriptini before tie £1000 ipromniscd by the Gowy ernment was forwvarded to tho Agent General. - The Minister for 'tines and theo At toruey-Geuneral visit Buninyong on Sait...