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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
WA?,TAI;. POLICE COtiir.-On Tuesday n Androew Alexander was brought boforol worship the Police Magistrate, in cstody Cohastable Knight, on a- chanrga of. d~bitibn. Constablo Knight dposed hIaviig arrested prisonoerby virtue of war issuied by tle Wanitah bench.: Tho prisono wi'o appeared and. prayed for hoer husha discharge, aslhe had lately retrneod hoies was supporting his family in a p?r mllltnnor. APPE or, COUT -Thuo Appeal Ca for the W' ?italh Iiunicipality should i been hold atl the Court-hLouse on Thurs The applicants and thloe Corpolration otl were present, but the cases were posto until next Thlar?day, in thle absencae of second magistrate.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. THURSDAY, Reed. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
LATEST TELECRAMS. (aoRO o0R SYDOEY COR?iRPODRNTSO.) SYDNEY. Tr?vnsn.L, Reed. 7 p.m. aOptain Cameron, an old colonist, whqtook a prominent part in Volunteer Eduartion and other matters, died this morning. Tlie Caledonian Society's inagurat soirie yesternight, was very ueecssful. During thle torch.light procession oni Queen's Dirthnight,- the veron ndah of the Central Hotel, George-street, fell, severely injuring Maggio Smith (coasin to the lamnd lady) and Agnues Inardly, barmaid. Iiss Smitlh's jaw was broken, and she suffered conocussion of the brain. The barmaid was taken to thle Infirmanry. Mrs. Tiorney, tlie landlady, was slightly hurt. 8p.m. John. Drury, injured yesterday in a cart accident, is in a very precarious condition. MIr. Patrick iinichoy, the well-kn wn $ub lican, is ill and not expected to rbover. Tile (Queonslsnl -Ministry is sexpected to succumb so soon as the Ten Y?ears' Lease QCieson is dealt with. Anotlher now rush "n the Palmor is reported. .': Th Now South WVale...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
JLAMssTON. RATHIER -HO -On Qceen's Birrdld a boy named Dover was soeverely burned, ratlor a urioeino iuinor. It appeors thati was.engaged letting off crackeors in honou, lher MajPsty' ll Birthday. ] Io had his poie well stored with crnckcrs, annl by some me n spark dropped inupon .them, and heco ignited,. they explodld.one o iftorttrnotlier little fellow jiiuiliii igbooui t lik iied ot e o:ack, but ho doiil- not got rid of hiltoit until all had gono off. QuevsN's;,BilcTr lDAV. - There I' Tno. sports oria'uiiasenints o s any kind Lamnilton on WiLdnuIsday. Tho people wI therefore, comioelled to Icaveo home in sead recreittion. Iure nuishbii~ itesiti d ed castlelu, and the town was ahnost desertedd ing tho daTy. Li'AlnroTN ATnLTI r'l^ohs.-.'Ped trians nrb reminded that the cntranens fo All-comers' and .[ini' ercroes will close Saturday next; It is thioroforo time nll intend to coimpeto shlould forward their tnince at once. .T'he prio for All-coa HIandiclap is .C£15, entranneo' 5s. ; an...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. DEPARTURES.—MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. DEPARTURE1---M[r 25. Bena .priv, brig, C(1?kett, tfor Lyttleton, with 492 tones coil. J. A. Bmrowr, agent Cot1u du Viltiie, bart.u. Edlmlnds. for D n ed'n, with 45utotsconl. J.C. t Ilis, a.ent Westoria, ah baqe, Hoslop. fr Adelaide, with 6Ontot cofall; U. H,-wi*.ic, »fasnt 6 lDlenog ( nn), .-tanlnrd, lor 2lelbourne, Ti S.ydnloy WV n. Smith, agenlt.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
SHIPPING, ~RIP c~~s XE Coptain O. dernor not be reponeibl for hts eontrated ba " of his croew while in tldd port, wlthOUa hil. wrten authory R. . VALLAOE, 7 • . ,Agent. SHP BERYNSTWITHI OASTLE. ......... ? nonsble for Oaptain B. Harris willnot e on"ibl'for .debts co?tracted by any of hli CrIw wh lt i 'this port without hl written n'horty·,, ;?l r"... . B. W;?Lb'?'?' Agent. -rIEWoABTLE· TiS'r sIzP COMPANY ON end AFTER MONDAT b9th May, (In atant) tUe a res pni S.S. KEi ig~LA~il b SSaloon Steorage Beturn Tikets tn ond from s. Sydnoy ·(oulahble for 14 days......... . ,O S. ,l es. 6 , Eimntle Tieket,. Sydney to Newcastle........... "., 7s. Cd. se. Single Ticket, Noewcastle to - Sydney............... 2e.td. 7e. 6d. H. D. POIRTUS, Manager. Oalee, eSeott-strot, Newcastle, . sOrd Ofay, 1970. " 9.I REAT REDUCOTION OF FARES T'O AND FnROI SYDNnEY, AS.N. Co. SALOON ..,, 7S. Gd. STEERAGE . .: Is. RETURN .*. *. 1Is. 6, W. K. LOUlIHEAD, 70! - Agent. 70? NEWOASTLE STEAMSHIP 'OMPANY5 Cheap Fares ?oll...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
. . SHIPPING IN rO .. . A• ayC. 129, 1281, eitllhiO: Stockton, d.s S--hbarging ballast to lad Wallsend eotltr-?ni - S Fr. r sco Binels. White, and Co., agents Blait Honle, 129;I , Higgins, to lottl Wllso ond tool br SaoFrancilso ; in strean. .Uiiale, .J1Whfte, and Co., agento ' -" ' - itY of Nakiln, 9Oi, McoLean, stream, to load \Vallsond for SanL ranoisco. IIt. B. \Vallace, Fiji, 1407, Brown; R. 1B Walace, agent, .,' otem, to ltond Greta for ?, Fran'o a e " Inv orerne, "?4t..Foremnt. Bialtle, "VhLte and Co. agents: Hilrieshoo, te sail for Chini r ietdae, ar) l oan 1r. B..alhle • . cre .n..e lodin Greta Lo San Irtn -o i foonia, 627, Pearce. G. Heaison, agent; ?: I Salisbury. 1095. Case, to lot Messre urown's oal for ran lrancisco. I. B W\Yltee,gelnt; streal .. ,, Warticlk Costle 450 ,Warren, at Jettles ti "ti Wld W clloIsi eoal' for San Fra?itco. Jl B. * Wallace, agen•,', - ,, . lt. lp ' , o . 14,Bohn WVilson. .etty. to ':: loal for San Phrtin?esco; Biigle, Wite, anuo lr?... . tr Ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
MED!OAL It . N A S II (E3r the loot nine years Surgeao totho Uppe Goulbtro District ilottitll, Victoria), W.VLLSESND. D r EET H, .T E ET H ~~AND . I Y'OUR; HEALTII, Is TilN Greatest Blcssin. I uan Can Enjoy.. J. H. FITZH.ItRBIERT, Surgeon, MIe/inel BIotanist, atl Melhniecal Dentis', hqs arrived at the Northamberlitad Ilotel. Slagleton, andl an toconsulted on the bealt Iet)hd oat isert .- Attili I Teeth, precerving the Sy?ntetrt "the liouth, regular adjuatmett, natural| " erance, and great tluralilitv. P'ainless extraction, by a raw American di-eovery. Teeth filel, sealed, preserved fIon decay; autl restoredl to their Pearly Whitoness. Toothace t Gont I.d.. l.. ee.tt Erooet Itatet Dien o liver emplmi oto Ecocatrba skin ticaao 'iteo Ilooie Dmne Retention at Cancec Natoe Lego trneit - Ulttaeont~thenot A~sitott Serualttt or Ittetattatiom Itattl cataptinta ttiag'.tanvi Agna Itepay V'o'emttcction 1m0litNTTS att itigi alt ty of the ahote 'di ases, don't putotf ltnti to olht. A Curo ' UARtA...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
w; WAILLSEND. WALLBENiP LITnRAtYi. SOOIETy.- A noeet'ng of this Society was'bhed ,n Tuesday eveaing, at Johnson's Commercial Htoel. T'lhe minutes of last meeting wore read and con firmed, and the names of Dr. Nnsh, 1). loberth, Geo. Harris, J. Richalrdson, and J. Prowell were added to the committee.---les. A' diaft copy of rules for the guidance of the Society'* woa rend :to the meeting by the Chairman, MIr, J. navias. After due consideratione'it" wvas resolved' to' hold two comFetitive meetings diling the year; the subjects and cohdilions bt the:competitors to be at the discretion otfethe Oummittee. Other roles ad matterabl'eri eralI buiuneas were tiansacted, sad the mcetiag te minated . WicaNTionvn EsATEAIt I WOold &js pear that.this estato, now it-has passed t the honds' of M[r. Laidloy, 'vill beforo long have its miich'eovoted resoarces dovblolpcd as Mr. Fletchdiois having plans and specitjcations prepared for heavy winding machlnor? and. othor plant necessary to the oel...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
TnE WEATHEs.-Thoero seems to be much cause-for apprehension as to the ap. proach df another flood. Spearking of the weather in Sydney, the Herald sotates that there was an unusually heavy fall gf cain'in the city on Sunday evening last, which.con tinucd for several hours almost without intr mission, and as a consequence of the a4?dlni increaso of water, there were numerousntcrport_ of domestic ine. nveniencearising from flooded tenements; and in many parts of the town the streets were nothing but broad sheets of water. In many parts, owing t tho hsmall ness of the openings of the sewers, tihe water, snable to get away, spread itself over the streets and into some of the dwellings on eitheor side. In the upper parts of Woolloo. mooloo this was particularly noticeable. There was a tremendous rush of water down William -otrcet, and other sircets imtersecting it. As the iheavirt of the ratin ell between 8 and 9 o'clock, the people comi oat of the. ch?ulrhcs were in a deplorable C loniti...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NE WCAS't" HIELD Ovatn.-Leitt.I anI Mr. A Mlorgan, in answer to the leteto on Illawarr roilway qlestion; and a niubcr of distiict. it?ems from Iuubton and other plncrs, which only reachelod n by Into trains. They will ap?ear on Saturday. PoESnvTEllA? -Our four-h paeo coontains report of meeting in connection with Preasbyterian Church. , NaIcuow EsMoA.- A child, whone name we did not nsco~tain, nmrrowly csaeped soerious, occident ih'llhnoestret, on tie lit of Tcuesday l st. It oppear?s that a cab epuprietor, nmoed Chlcures Lowell, was driving a l1iggy from Bllano-street towarls lIIunter street, and when opposite Mr. Spa:rke's resi dence the idhild attompted to run auror s thie th?et" The horse alhnost touchcd it und hadl it not been for Mr. Lowell's presence of mind andl calital driving, the child would certainly havo batn knocked down and ron oer. A 8.N. -ConmrarY.-By ailverlise mont it 'willto seen thalt tliis Comlpany ILhavo redueedtlhe fares in their bo:t...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
NOTES ANDEVE TS! (rnonr o sru?i~EY cotREsPoanDEr.,) S?nxEY people kept high holiday to-d, in honour of the fifty-seventh anniversnary ethi birth of her Most Gracious Majesty QoinL Victoria. Queen's Birthdlay l always 1iE holiday for Australians: than whom there ire noune noro loyal in the British dominions, aii (speaking spcically for Sydney) the preseni, was no exception: to theo rnole. CloriouI wcthor prevailed--a gentle breezo blowing, an unolbsclred ucan ponrilig down his warm, genial rayc, and overhead a puire Australian sky. 1his condition of things, atmnosplierceal aend,. niteoiologicl,. was especially wol conme after the latoe heavy raini, whlch, to toll the truth, beogan to bh a trille pfrpleox.ing; becnuse there was -overy appearance'of an cirolciment hipon the nital day of our Grocins Sovereign. " ut the weathor cleared uiip just in timo to let tlhe streets get nicilly diedl, alnd, is a Imatter of courso and a i;Ratter of fiact, everything ws ase it slfoold be. TIhe chl;n...
The Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
Tiue Water Supply. .Tuie IoUowing e?er, received by.theo Maoio, in reply to cii aegel rrg e T est fotm hie. t0 havo the lafid gtizettdc' iad the Council isp. lpoitetC4 pustccsiaf Rmoe withoortfertbie? llay, has heon ~oaiite4 uipc far'publtieatioii Department of Lando, SydAeyFaI?ey Iay, 187i:c • SSic -oinm direteod to invite yusr atleiua htio the SGOovornmontsotzctto" of thit daol, whi.h crheeille a notifleation of thle vcting in tholeorouoh Council of Noeewctlo, in tie porish of ]Kalabah, county of Neorahumberlend, roserved from sole for the purpose of eafitr s.pply, .1 am to re?inllpa ?.int the eroeev incladas within thoseo, sikc l for onlyitho iooacad land outside tile population boundary, and the leoie4 sl.l witliln that bEtidars , I bm to oeelayn thot tite reioie? eis ot, nor wase t in any wy intended to effect the right "if lepees under thoe eaee they hlold inside tle popala tlon boulandy as ined by law, excepting sa tar lint ?alo to ?l?Ftpr to any one else noiw or stny time or...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
Won'Too' WIZAanO Ot.--We sco )y tl0 .:dney piptre ?.ha MAr. Fraink Woesoilh' been; d(iven out of Victoria by prtection dutie , andl will ir? oure wannuliectero hie ineluoollo l'e'zarJflO in' ?0," douth Ve'alsn, where'f to, o no duly .o lttlsn or.drugs. The Wioerd Oil in almitted now jo ba a greqt cratino agel?l, and thoogh it hns called forthb 4 core of worth less imitutlions, it stannds nre-ornineoent s a Imouse?holl reomdy. Its virtnes are sot forit In our advertisine columns, and it is but lair to say that the emcancy claimoed for it has been testillod to by wltneesen of unimpoechable veracity. Young Indies cani now be seen oiling the gate hinges. They don't do it out of any love for the gat. p. They do it to prorveont the hinge 'from n"·eingig" when the family is looked in slumber. '::. ..... ,. A OiEINiC Snnitc dis IIo~irTs.-Thouss0I of ina~lids seek in vain, year utl?er ycer, In bsnoe? rehl: source of health. They try en *einedy i ftoeF noother until they I:egin lospair of fin...
Newcastle Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
N'ewcastle Fire Brigade, Titnustel weokly meeting of the Necanstlo ,iro Brigade Committeeonittc was held at Mr. 1itchlo:l's ollice, last evening. There were prslentt:- Alderman Clpmaun (in the- cleir), Mr. '3itcolell, Alderaon WVebb, Ludlow, and Dart. Tilhe minutes of tile previous mcoting wore read andl confirmned. A letter was reald rom Mr. n 'hf.meon, now los in Sydney. Letter recoirved from Mr. Cooper, Sydney, who had been. requested to examine hose, asking tlhe Committoee to funishl him with p:rticulars-also stating that he considored live guinies wbuld be his chargeo for insopect. ing thme hoso. Letter from M[r. Nibbs in reference to the hose returned to him, and others which had beeon sent by him joier Maitland, and which has boon received. The following repolrt was read fromn tihe Superintendent:- To thio'Cliniiam Tire Dihlgado Committee. Ole-O,- Saturlday, MayF mc0thi, Ir recivee t at thio ee?I~i~..i-s:; tloo, "nwco"'en-strcet' ono palckage, cen t ngths "of copper rveteleat...
Arrival of the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
Arrlival of tlhe alil. -. Lato news by thu incoming mail gives thie account of the excution of six mon, on one scaffold, at Fort Smith; Arkansay. The roof of a now tnnnol, which smothered tho workmen at Neath, South Wales, was causoed by a powder explosion. McMahon's salary as President of France is to be largely increased. Tmranquility ih restored in Barbadoes. The reputed riot was in somomeasure a canard. SThe Epsom Handicap resulted as follows :- Thunder, Little. arry, lMorry Duchess. Iosa Ann laeo, the child murderer and rick burnmor, has been sentenced to penal servitude for lifo. . A t the Clay ross pitsotwo thousand miners refssed to accept the reduced.wages,: and the mineos are idle. Similar strikes are expected at Leicesteir andBolton..Nearly ten thousand miners will be out till the question of redun. tidn is settled. The mittors propose 20 per cent. reduction. -
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
'arlininlenlt3try, Theo Tempomry Supply Bill for MIay hnas bben passed.- ; . I Mr. eoyor,. the member for cfronn,-en', resoigned. . Mfr. I. 1B. Smith'samendment, intercopting the supply was negntived by a majority of 14 toel. The N?wcastle Paving Bill: was received from tihe Legislative Council with amend nents, 'which will be coisidered on the 2nd of Juno. _ The Estimates are now under considoration.
COAL MINES REGULATION ACT, 1876. To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
COAL 3MINES REGULATION ACT, 1870. To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. Sm,--According to the 30th ochuseof this Act " Tihe pi rons employed in a mine imy at t eir own cost appoint two of their number to inspect the mine, and lthe persons so appointed shall be illowed once at last in every ilontli to go to every par thereof, and to inspct tilhe shafts, levels, plinel , worki iL' ilnces, rsturn nir-ways, ventilating apparntus, old workinge and mailhi ory, nlid tile owner, agel, and lmanager (who may, if they think fit, neronmpymj them) and ni\ persons in the mine shaill lbnlrd every fueiillity for the purpose of such i.spection, and tihe per sons so appointed shall make a true report of the reunltqfhuoh inspoction, andn such report shall be reco ded in a book to be kopt at the mine for the purpdse, and shall boe'siried 'tltho pcrsons reporting'.' h0iow, Mr. Tditor, I should like to lknow wliy this oppointment haos heii restricted to two of thcir oiumber t I am well awareo tlnt we Iov...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
S .1ELBiOUIItNIE, Two great firces occurred to-day, Thp first I~o: but in Tharper and Co."a ricos mill,- and sie?rad to Flindersastreet; where it caught ,some bonded stores, rented by a merchant named Hicks. Both places .vero destroyed. Stmrangso 'to say, Synnot's w;ool lstoro, botweon thd& twb :buildings, was 'not touched. The damago in estimated at £100,000. The socond firs:esiurred at one o'clock, at Launders, and Lazanrus's warchouse, in Eliza-; bIethi-treet. :It'sprea~ d t'tio t adjoidihg blild-' ing, anod did ddamango to tho oxtent of 45,op9. , * A houso, oceypin4 ly tho pilots at Queens cliff,.wasn also destroyed,
AUSTRALASIA COAL COMPANY. To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
AUSTI'ILASLA COAL COMPANY. To thec Editor of lHerrtl al d Advoclate. Dear Sil;--.| your issoe of 'Tuesday h:st I inil a letter signed Francis Iongmore, whihel conllllnees hy staIting tlhat a eirtaiu chlirgei itos modu agnlist 31h. lIoltvna, at a meetinge held it Iaumhtio ont the lOth ilst So far s1 auunaware this is not a thet; bullt thmeo nillnI considered the Ilourl of )irectors highly cul pable in alloiog MIr. Itobtyns to piy money on the COmIipny's bel Il withl cheques, botrirghis| i'rivuto l .nitititre only, itld this Mr. Lnllgnlllo re' et?or coneiS s his llllbeen done. So fur oas the olter Ol'at ol tle letter is colcerllOd, I hove to st:re thab I brought this maiter eioreo the dlireeiors iin Melbourlne, nll that insteall of Mr. longmoro nlmkiog any exlllinltion lie said thiitn hl doullbted the fhet of air olvhn llavino willI his prinvate chequeo Ilo (Mr, l.ongllore) was thlien instrueted tit write to Mir Itobvus toor ai exlllunttion. 'Ilits in all I heard i Mlelbourtne. After ...