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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

FUNERAL. The Friends of MRS. ELIZABETH MORGAN are respectfully requested to Attend her Funeral, to start from Mr. D. Jenkins' Hotel, Lambton, at 3 o'clock, THIS DAY (MONDAY), for the   Folly. RICHARD THOMAS, Undertaker, 666 Lambton.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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METROPOLITAN EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

NETROPOTJITAN EVENTS. A little speculotiuo was rife last evening out the fortbcoming 3Metropolitan events.. ;o' sow £10O00 to £51 v. Sydney li[etropoliten ?d Mlboorno Cop l id; also, £500 to ;£15 out the Derby and Metropolitan. Chrysolite at presnt first favourito for the Derby.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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SECOND DAY. FREE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

SECOND DAY. FEEE hANDICAP. alebone . .6 to 4 Sunlight .. . .2 to 1. ogin'goton4 to 1 Expre........ 4 to 1 dowstrig .... 6 to 1r Othor from 10 to 1. CITY IHANDICAP. ' -"' opress .... 2 to t Sunlight .... 3 to 2 tas ......ton an xprs Kingston 0 to I 1to0 Duk . . to l Othors from q to 10 tot1 to ~ n double evgnts thore hus boon considor 3 peltobut prices aro vory ohort. ) olwigwr tho figures lost night. N. J. C. AND CITY HANDICAPS. loboondExprs 100 to 7 taken 100 to 10 of! oko od DWlko 100 to 0 taken. sstingotonand?Npress - 100 to 6 tok. o 0o1v " 100hto tkn. oletta and Exprosso 100 to 6 off. Otheors may bo quotod at from 100 to 4to ?tol. SuIOoTo AND Fooo HANICAPO. talekono and Whatobone { 10 o5tm otight ?tud WVholobono 100 to 6 tku. aoligbt nod Negress 1 00 to 6 thu. 100 to 5 to 200 to ilv. otb~oro. :

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

.; LATEST BETTING. Th following were the ruling prices last lht, but not much business appeared to be i:- SnonTS IANDiCAP.* : obonc to 4 Ssnlight.... 2 to 1 W resle .. 3 1 Bowstring .. 7 . 1 oElut *. 1 Ivy ..... 7 1 1 - E TWO EA5 OLD oTAKEI . 1 : o.a ... 5 to 1 Negress.... 2 toel 'Ro1o - 8 1. 5 to 10 to v. others. oele.'.Y a. AnIoe? DL.ATE. ;to on Now Holland 8 to 10 to 1 v. any ^ NEWCASTLE J. C. HAnDIOAiler raise .. 5 to 2 Valetta 4 to ' ,?ithos .......· 5to 1 B[iss Kingston 5 tol 'Arohs.... 8 SunVllight, Sir Solo .;Yisan ....7 to 1 mon, ond Sunny 2to 1 on Rlatapla, B to 1 v. any other.·

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Newcastle Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

,tor. following acceptanceOs woro declared host evening for tho forthoomfing autumn .0s. lb.e. . jooaietch 0' 170 010tig ... • Druxxwick 8 7 W~lolebno. . 0.. 0wxpra .... 2EOOOsLyIOn .0.. 4 1 st lb . st lb 00-I Sunnystdo .....70 Bole ,,?" .. .. S Duke •... "... 7 6I S7cto....?12 Enuc ...S. .~. 7 4 b?, ig ' O C e ... t. l. . I3ololoboa...... mw, } b.9 10 Negreonc..... Ill 'EUt.11 0 .0 . . .. 7 10 Ivart .. .. !.i? 'Ti s e tz"" . I .t ' . 7. ,

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Australasian Coal Company. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

Akistralaisjan COocl Cfonipzaxiy. THE following letter has been banded to ON by J.,liobyns, Esq., for publication:- " Melbourno,18th ?otay, 1876. 1 "John Itobyns, Eosq, " DE oo SH,-- se0 by a report of a moot ;i?g' +elthe Now louth Wales shareholders of tho Aoutralaoian uolio' ,.j1"',.'Y"blsh.d in o .Npastle i lorningo leraht of -Wednes. owepprivao' hoequt. I "beog my11t0 i~ yha't? do n n heo (i ,iony hed ~o'ntbe to draw 00 tho Omepany'o boonlr b ilt Werb autborleed to report to the Directors,' porledt. eally, the exact amoent required to' mnko payments for servieos rendered to the'Com pany, 'which anmont was forwarded to your ooeeoouq by Ine, and could be drawn out of fhq bol3 ofly byo er deW %piae cheque'" "Dr. II'tile'loo~vn vebchirman~ o'etih nleetje? at which tie eharg olad ineild,'liad' tik wheol entfter exljained to him 1 y m, 'whoz1owi present at. a meoting of tue Diee~torolch Melbouruoin February last... ...... I won't trest Inyself' to' eheraetorioe Dr. Hill's cendert in t...

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SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

SHIPS MAILS. Ships' mails close at the Newcastle Post. oflice as follows :-Per 31obel. for San Fran oisco, 20th May. ler Francois Cail for San Pedro on Isay 25th. The Barrabool, from Sydney, and the Lady Darling, from Newcsutle, arrived in Stelbourne on Sunday last. The barque Coq du Village was launched from the Patent shp yesterday, and is now at tbs A. A. Company'a shoots, loading a cargo of of coal for Port Chalmers. The Frowning Beauty, barque, has bean char teroed for Melbourne, and is now loading her cargo of coal at No. I Crane, Ohs has been laid up alongside the dyke for some consider able time. The barque Elizabeth was removed yester day from the Market Wharf to the No. 2 A. A. Company's shoots, where she will loud coal. Tue ship Connaught Ranger and the basque Queen Emma both left Melbourne on the 10th inst., and neither have yet arrived in Neweastle, The winds have, during the last few days, bees favourable. i,,ormation was received io Newcastle o0 Saturday by cabletram,...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Newcastle Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

' Ncwcastie Jockey Club: - A MEETINo.of the Committee of the above Club was held last evenmiig at the Ship Inn; MfrJeiibifig ociiiciled the"chair. The minutes of tihielast meoting were read and confirmed. * The meeting-thenesproceeded to .elect Stewerds for the com?ig ineetinsg, wtli the following result : Mr.' Abernethy moved, .and Mr. C. Cook seconided a That' the whole of the Committee act as Stewards." Mr. WATT proposedo anda Mr. CooK seconded 5'-Thattthe' charge of a?ndieesion. to the Grand Stand be-10s each day, or any person taking a ticlket foi bloth days be charged 15s. for it, and that 'ladies be charged lb. each" . Carried. . Mr. Cooiv proposed ." That the Secre tary and Treaeurer be empowered to employ gll mcil required on. the dourse." Seconded by Mc; Watt and carried. The SCImRETARiy stated tlsat the Artillery band had bqon engiged to play both days of the races, Mc, JEN?rINat said l.e lied one matter to brisig forward,; "hat was whethieFthe Club:iotended to presein tt...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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CHARGE AGAINST A SHIP CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

CHARGE AGAINST A SHIP CAPTAIN. AT the Hull Policeo-court, before Mr. T. H. '5 a il, stipendi eary mogstse, Captain ?Vsentberill, of tha steamoer Josephi Soines, ofi Hull, oae ehirged woithi coaitrareesiog" two pro-, 'islones of the? Mierebhait Shipping Art.-Mr. Htamel, solicitor, of Newcastles preseeuted on behalf of the Beard of Trado ; anu the oapiu win defendled by Dr. Ilollit, of Dlull, iootroeted by the British Shipmasters' Asocaition.- Mr. H4anel said thut tue prosecsution was ordered by t e hloardl ol Tradle, eider the l0th section of the Mcrohant Shippig" Art, 1873, ftr neglect iog to stood by ii vessel after collision thore with, on the 24th of November last, until be had ascertained that there was no need of assist ance, or to reader to her, the master, or crew such asstonclre as might b necessary; alsoe for nelgite tig to gi tmes e of bim vessel. her pert of registry, sr her sdestinsation. Str. loacl ales stoted that be sean tnotructed tn prosecute the dboleudit for neeet...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

MHAITLAND. A MIssING MAoN.-An oldian n ied Fogarty lois been missiiig sincelast Tudsday night. He loft his homr in.the evening foro . short time, and was afterwards sden in a. public-house about cloven ,a'clock,. IF left there alone, and has nit' since be?o soen or heard of. It is supposed that'1he Jias falleua over the bank into the river. Tih polico have boon makiiag active soarch for traceso of him. PICTURE" oi SIINNYSIDE - A fine water-colour sh?otch of Sunnyside, the winner of the Two-hnile Race, at the Moistland flacs Hosting, is exhibited in theu iindow i of Moss's photogmphic , establishment in Iligh= street. It is done by a 3r. Bland, a stranger. here, and is a ,splendid likooiesos aowell as an. excellent work of art. TLi same artist is to paint sovorol otlior noted racehorscs during his stay hers, so much is tho worklin question admired and comomcnded q . ToWN LnGHTsso --The. Borough Council his rosolved to 'optga teondor of the Maitland Gas Compandh to lmghtithe streets s...

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SHIPWRECKS AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

SHIPWRECKS ALND LOSS OF LIFE. (noRM 'tol DILLY TiLEOOAPII, MARCH 250,) Fl mouth, Sunday night.-On Saturday night, during a furious IIY.W. gale, a large steamer was driven auhore on the c~ast of Corn w:all, botwe?,n rSt. Ires snd the Land's End. She woan men just before duzk hoisting disol s signals, bet nothlig was done. About mid nigsht, pilots obserqving lights got reead alioat, but helore it san laanphed it was observed that the light belonged to an open boat, 'wtieh rapidly drifted oa to rough water at the bar and oupsized. Thi boht was then drivenou o Peu der Rocks; thu cries of drowniing men were distinctly heard and stoe men observed ethging to theuboat. A. pilot, tisteniug a rope round him, dashed into tim norf, but was driven back almo?t dead. Soen after bags of clothes and oars were washed ashore, and at day break a steamer wos discovered on the rouks down the coast, Tremendous seas were breaking over her, nod within a few hours she was dashed late fragmenis, her gradual b...

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HILLSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

HILLSBOROUGH. . -illsborough is situated 'about three miles from Lambton, being half way to Ma,. quarlo Lake. 'rhe next township joining Hills borough will be Jonestown, and promises from things in general to becom thie most favorite saburban township. We are glad to learn of the fair progress going on in this district. Several allotments have been taken for the erection of business estab lishments, and aro now in eourse of completion. There is no doubt that Waratah and severe1 other districts, will be greatly reduced in its population, should the works of the Austra .asia Company but oeieb commenco; san judging from' movements at .the last meet ing, no time will be spared in taking stops to realizo and eoinpleto those intentions. A private educational establishment hai been duly opened, snder the supervision of. Mr. Davies (a qualified teacher) ; the present number of children on roll attending regu larly, thirty.three; with every progress to in erease daily. The present school.roo...

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

ACCIDENT.-On Tuesday last Mr. J. A. Ferrier, of Ferris' Cceek, wsvsg ocend ing Warland's Range, on horseback, when his horse slipped and fell, rolling over its rider, and causing the latter some severe injuries in serious contusions and a dislocated ankle, besides injuring his body in various parts. It is supposed tihe animal was leg-weary at the time of the accident. Mr. Ferrier was brought into town, where he remained under medical attention until Thursday, when he proceeded in a vehicle to his residence.. Only rest is now required to complete his recovery. -Murrurundi Times. ACCIDENT TO Mun. JosN Wseesa. An accident which promised more serious results than have attended it, occurred a few days since to IMr. John Willis, of the Single ton .drgus, who was formerly engaged on this. journal. It appears that while rusticating on the Singleton Comiwn, in a brief recess from journalistic duties, Mr. Willis, with a friend, was searching among the racks for some curiosity he wished to sho...

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

SWARIATAll.i BIZE?sb -On Saturday Insts a denler lsd imnarrow escape from injury by his dray unpoidng. oHe was proceeding on the road to Lomb~n. He lhad just crossed the bridge toward~ Mr. Moody'sehouse, when hin horse commeoeed, kicking. The driver hell onto the roise, and tho horse took' the road downL.? the embankment, which is very steop just it phis plAe. All went rightuntil the niearwheel come inlconoact with a log, when it was thrown over osdits side andcontonts (pumpkins, eggse &e.) wire tipped out on to the ground. Be side a slaking, the driver did not receive much injury, bot the eggs were not easily picked up egain..\?, * H APE TEsTI?MONAL -- A collection was maote amongst the miners at the. Woara tao pamJoflice on Friday lastjwhen the sum of. £15 Ss~Od was collected in aid of the abohov testimonial fund. The mechaonics, labourcrs, and otheis employed on the pit top are also, subscribing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

Stockton Agency. M\ A' ALEX. BIEOWN.' hr~ bee APPOINTED V AGEN'i" for this jourtmol at STOCKTON, f'rom whomo popom oalo ho tooeoived. ood ord1ooo for Advortisementso or Job P'riotiog left, J. M. SWE,etoP, l'ropoictor. 2.'od April, 1SIS.

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

LAMf?rTON. Rlomonny,.m flO'Saturday eYnn"ng, the 13th instant, Mr. 'P, Jihnohb tiimber 'mer chant, of Laoobton,floft about 100 ioamsa 'o thoe wharf at -Newcastle, being bnablo to got them carted away. On Monday morning, when the dray went to bting theij', it wad dis crvered that 70 of them had boen taken away, ',Uhe police authorities were at once made na oluainted with the matter, but up to the present trmo no trace of the thief has been discovered. The mioujng timber is vahied at £8; and as a week has nbow elapsed, Afr. Johnson may give this property up an lost. " " Pboosr-neorr?ra."o-Within the last few days, several clothes' lines have been eased of their enowy burdens, On Friday night last, a woman who resides on the Commonage, near Peacoek's, left her elothes out on the line during the night, and vhen ohe awoke next morning, found thoingoeio. This poor woman has a family of fliviehildren, and nothing "either. own exertions to keep them alive. A FaacAs.--On Friday night lost, a...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVA LS.-MIY 21. James Aiken, ship, 958, Sir, from Sydney. Biuglo, White, and Co., agents lMay 22. Witch of the Wave, barque, 253, from Auck ]and. R. B. Wallace ageot

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

SHIPPING. I I tSIP. "'"' JAMES" , AIKEN. o APTA' H S will not ,be C rew nsible for Debts contracted .by any of hi ?authority! SINGLE, wHIT E a'nd co.,." 6q76 .gets NEWCASTLE STEAsMSHIIP COMPANY~ Malthand and Newcastle Races5 o s. S. KEMBLA will ron at SINGLE ARES FORi THlE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL Saturday. 27th May, Inolusive. SALOON..........*...'s -d.. STEEIRAGE................ 6sd. neavingSydoey! Every Nigbt at 11.10 p.m. = (Saturday' and Stndav excepted). eaoing N o'etllaEvery'Noriog at 10 .m (Rucday a'nd Mondi-y excepted). ":' ". . D..PORTUG, . M .: . aoager,: _flce- S cottl. treet, + .Ifa, Newcastle, 10th April, 1876. .193 RAND STEAM EXCURSION OVER LAKE MACQUARIE. ?Th WVell-lcnOon and Favorite Steamer :rloneer" will oteam nern the beautiful mars ?o Lake Macquarie, on ' Queen's Rirthday, DRy ?4th. ieaviag Spencees at 9 an.m., and BDehontat 1o ApeAccommodation far IMeigefn TICKETS--Ss echci ObCildes IL. THOMAS ?USSRLL? Proprintcr. oSULLIAN AND Co.'s SPATENT S AIP, NEWOASTLE. ntPS ...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

SHIPPING IN PORT. Aneya, 1281, 1leoitohl; Stoekton, dis charging ballast. Bingle, White, and Co., agent Haoyle, 2291, hligginS, to load Walh-. ond coal for i caFra nc eoo; in s trea bn. B ingle, White, and Co., ogenta City of liankn, 96, MfoLean, stream, to load Wallaeed for San Francisco. It. B. Wallace, agent figi, 1407, Brown; R. B. Wallace, agent, stream, to load Greta for Son Francis o invererme, 74s, Foreman. Bilgle, White and Co. ag.ent' ; lonracohoe, te nail. -Mitlredale, 1230, Brawn. 11. B. Wallace, spent ; ten. 3 crane loading Gretatfor Sa Fran-. Moontn, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison,"ngent; laid op Salisbury, 1095. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent; otream o Saanena (Swedisal ), 78r , Nylen. r s ingle, White, and Io., ngents ; Jeorteshe, loaded, for oan Fra ncoace Waraie, Ca1le, 4W0, W 2arren, at, Jetty, WBlsn. Wal!fae, agent Thne Do7glas. 1420, Jaom Wil.on, strean. to loed Greta coal for San Fraomcae; Bingle White, and Co., agents Bradiek Caser , 1 f75 , nJetty', to road for ,an Frani...

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876

DEPARTURESf.-MAT 22. IMlay, 1brqUe, 5 Millima. for W\ollington, with 475 tonscoll, 97 pair inves. J. loeid, agont OUTWAnDS.--MaY 22. Oolonist, Ya.rr Yarra, for Sydney.

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