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Deliberate Suicide. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

Deliberate Suicide. CORONER'S INQUEST. .A inquiest1 one held ycstbrday aftornoon at the Naval Brigado Hotel, Watt-street, respectingthe death of Christianl Nolson, before: F. J. .Sliaw, Esq., J.P. ,:District Coroner. The following were the jury: Messrs. HeoTry Alderton (foreimaln;Herlj, Lowis, Willinamn: Ellis, Robert Todd, Thomas Cobk, Heonry Millerf Peter Pat torson, ThIlsoi Paul, William Barnea, William Lodcerwood, Charles Hudson, onud.Henry Kelly. •Thomas urphy dposed::. I keeoop a boarding-house in Perlkin-strout ; I know tihe deceasdil$ , Christian Nelson, tand recog nisi his body now lying in the l'dnead-louse of the Newcastle Hospidtal last Saturday week lit ecimo 't nisy house to:bonard,; and has come in always. regularly linitil Iast niight; diring the tioe Il e was at my place hIe was drinking LOheavily : I lied not even seen l]ila properly sober uiitil yester day miorniilg; hle came down stairs from his bedrotea, and complained- that his bowela wt ijadl ; ihe loft the ho...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. DEPARTURES. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

(ni' 3LEOTRIO TELE'ORAPII.) SYDNEYP. * * )EPAI:TURES. April 17. !:'Islbell;, oohooner, for Townavillo Martha Ellen, schoonor, for Ohristmas Island -:rVibiia, schooner, for Guam "I. A. Anderson, barque, for Lyttleton.

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

NEIV LAMITON. TIe PIr.-TheI pit has not mando a conlunoncomln; this weook, as yet, and the miners havo oily two days to take for the last fortnight. Th?i a very deplorable state of thingse, and a 'aa-----i uyono?i 'ihretaat tljo s il Ir a 1 ros pectof a l r tha ottor.; , Ica i n remarked - by many tnhat New Lambton is very quiet since the police constable was stationed there, tand thaRt there is not 0so mucn hinlking goithg alon. It is an undeniable fan that the less drinlking there is in a plae thi luister it will be, and that the want of moanej tobuy intoxicating drinks will nallk mnora totoalars than thei presenoace of twenty police' constables possibly could do. That the#a is no news of interest to ropor't from 1?re is not to be wondered at, for wlhen thlere ii nework poeplo have not got the spirit to got pl a sonsattion. "

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TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

TELEGRhAPHIO WEATHER REPORT. April 17th.-Kiaial--wind N.W., fine; Jer vie Bay-wind N.W., fino; Eden-wind S., fine; Gabo Taland-wind W.N.W., file: Port litephlonn-wind N.W., fine; sea amooth; Broken Bay-wind N.W., fino; Sydney-wind S.\V., fine; senamooth.

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

LA MBTON. ATEILETIC ~P RTrS.-A mcrting of thse members of' l Lambton Athllctic Club was held at Mir. . airns'. Hotel oin Monday evelning, wholen for various reasons, it was decided to posi one the forthcoming sports for- a month. 'ho prineipal reasons are- first, that som of tlhe best p'edx. in thle dis triet object to ulte, as thely calnnot nmale it convenient'to attend, on accoout of lhving already lost on day this week by attendiln" the: Yallsend cports on Monday. Another reason is, thalt he club is desirons of giving larger prizes t emn those already advertised, whieh will nd ?te.rmuners to come froni a distance to co ipete. Withthlsi view they have decided tb make the first prik?e for the All-coeor's HulLidicap £15, and the Miners' Handilap £10, wvithbut raising tihe uentrance money. In thq mean time some important improvements lill bo made to the no course, which will snaoo it fit for the best runners in tho district to comlpetO, upon. Theo, club are determoinced to maio tlihe...

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HURRICANES IN THE ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

"- hIJOiCbMrEs IN TUB ATLANTIC.-r he steam ship State of Indiana, which arrived at New York from Glasgow on the 18th February, en countered on her passage out one of the most terrific hurricanes that has visited thie North Atlantic for years. At 2 o'clock on the morn injg of 'February 11th the baromoter commenced auddeonly falling, and the wind tlhat had been blowing a moderlto gale from thie north-west "uddely veered to the south-west, aond by 6 a.m. vwas blowing a heavy gale gale from that quarter; at 9 a.m. the gale increased to a Ih rri Cane, end the son? croas and angry, l!terally ran moontaiuns high. The ship was "Ihove-to" with lher head on, but the force of the win I was tremendous; eaiJstones came with suh violence as to indent the woodwork where thuey struck. It was impossible at times for an3 human being to stanil on deck except unalder the nt of some of the houses or bulwarks, the s making a clean swoecp of the chip. t 12 noon the Ihurricano was at Sand a heavy double .e...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

- I. !LANIV, OrncuiT Coi vrT..-Thu following are ftlo casoos tr trial at thu .bovo COuLrt,' which olpuns on Friday noxt:--Thoreau IIydo, Itur (or; Patrick MIcGuiro and Johll Long, na iault and rolbeory; Thoman Neville, larceuny ; HIenry Caii, rapo; Fredetlorick Bone, larcouy; Rolirt Bloom, larcoeny; Charlune Fllks, alina 'ird ororg7 and uttefring,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

, Notice to (Constituents. WE wish" to inform oor Friond? in ?V~ilslnd t 1'UILISIIIN WhILL iE DO.E iN WAL,?S. END, AS .U?UAL, llud ouer MRt. TURNER oilll reoeive', ordel for ADVERTISEMENTS nod JO. PIUNTINO, a to 1M.30 P.. daily. Mer. TUltNE 'S TemloruT OfUico will bo .t tr. ALNIVICIE'S, Noloon-otrcct, next th1 NJ ..,AamCr lond Motel, whero ll Advrti.-. Orero. or Job rPdotiog, Nc., my b ~;ulcpe Itl SNOEW(oATL OMo[ IO 3e.Yti Wr+°d AND o- i ,"To" obtained " .?-" g,,,t of every description will bo .?uh':?fit;.gret'rca?r dispnat thann hithelo. J. NI, SWIIET, l·forb.l le . -. Proprietor, +.?; :" : .AND . ; MIINEIS' ADVOOATE. NtDY-Pf1m 1870.·1.· :.". ·. .

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

," .WAIlATAI" LICENSIpNq, ,ltNETING.-A. special mooelihg of thle Wli~raosil. lench was held at 10 o'clock on Tooesd4y, for tlio plrpose of granjing nlnual liooales. .Thereo wero.e threoe bpplicents,: namoly-Thiomas Shipton, Dark Creek; Iewis laynes, Jesmond; ned William Oldhamo. Cmieomilango, Lambton. As they reqieirdd speelatl iconses, the hearingof their appli:htionse.was- helt over till the Iath May. There were no objections raised to the grant ing of a license in either case. :Gok "SHEnD.-The new goods shed is now almost'osthpleted, whil will b eagreat convenience to the po c. 'llo rhiina im portance of the adjoett wnship thanaode this extra acommoodas l necessity. Afourajgrk, O~~~~T1 The sysln forthightly metiug b t uncl 1psed last ovoeilg for want of . HANtuau GOLD M'INING Oa-A meotieg of thIe shareholders of the above om-n pany wase held at IMr. Dawson's Hlotel last evening, when it was decided to wind up tihe compsiny, and calls wore to obe made uuti iU liabilities are clear...

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The Hartley Nomination. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

-,:'l T IHartley Nominatlaon.2 TuE.proceedings-at this nomination are decidedly worthy of comment. It is wiell Inown'that this electorate, has b'esi:dilfrinrichised by tle decision o'f the Electoral Returns.Coimittee, and that a new representative must bhe. provided by tlhe fr.e and independent electors of the a:bove constitueucy in the Assembly. Acerdingly, .a largo. nmuber :of her Maj~Isty's lieoes met.near the Court. hduse at Hartley last Tuesday, to likthii to the' pronbutined views o'f tlilse who wished to- aspire to the dig nhify.' of representing them: ?iiithe lesirlTtdv'hhaslls f 'Niiw Sofith Vials~sa Aiisoingst' tbhose l soa opilisions are worthy of'roiorad inay be mentioned those .of IsIr.:J II.8. 'Neale, Thibs gen. tleman, although he is well knownias a large property holder in thei districti, did not hesitate to say that he was not in favor of the Illawarra. railway,-because " thatdisitriat' had 'flcilities fit: water communication- pufficient to meet all their requireme...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

WALLSEND). ACOIDENT.re-S an daicrteT Ilanmed lin ton was bringing an empty dray, drawn by threoe.horooes,.dowin Mutealf-street on Tuosday morning, .thlO shliaft horse began to run down thelo hill, in the meantinme kicking the dray violently from behind; When opposite tho corner of Trotter's Hotel, in .turnisig into Komp.street, ho lost his feet, and was thrown down into such an awkward position that it took so'erl lman to extricate him. Boyonl da few bruises to.thle animal who caused the mischlibf, nothing more riouseo occurred. ::NMaw BvurLuINaos.-Mr. Poerry, ~ltiker, hIns commenoced some additions to his pre-. mises, which, wclen compleoted, will not ouly add to their comfort and convoenience, but 'will lIoailnimprovement to the appearance of oKempn-treet. The additions consist of a now hop :for Mr. E. Boggis, draper and outfitter of this town, and a new brick front to the promisesr occupied by Mr. Pony. Mr. Francis, of Newcastle, is the architect. , Mnu ~lA0KAY'0 Hnow building, n...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

VOIRT oJ~ .IIH(IVALS. ArnIl. 18. SB~lll ,,li, Ec1lou.'r, 214, WViliafl2B. from Sydtilo~. .etisnanoiid lo., ogouts Co~sTWlsr;. fromr ~Jydouy C ollucis 1(.wn or~d Colodoolou

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

SHIPPING. bi HlP INVERERNE. ' CAP1'AIN FOREIIAN will nshot be respo l...lo for any Debts contracted by his Crow, without his written permissuon. IINGLE, WHITE & CO, SY Agents. S H IP CONFZLICT CAPTAIN HIARDY will not brersponalble for any Debts ontractd by his Crow, without his written permissloun BINGLE, WiHITEI, &Ag CO, A~gents. EWOASTLE STEA-MI-T- CONPANY. (LImTED.) EASTER HOLIDAYS! Randwick Races and Exhibition. The S. S. KEMBLA will run at .SINGLE ARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, for hreo (3) W?eeks, from THURSDAY, 13T- APRIL. SALOON.............. I n12s 6d. STEERAGE............. . s6d. SaingSydnoe Ev ry It ot'1 I 30 pm. .earing Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.m (Sunday and MIonday excepted). 2Tickets- available up to FRIDAY, 11h AY (both days inclusive). 'OTU , H. D. POBTUS, Msnagoer. Newcastle, 10th April, 1870. 1039g - 'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATE1NT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. SHIPS of the Largest Olaoss token up for EPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &e. r Iron Ships cleane...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

SlHIPPING IN PORT'.~ , Srrs. ra. Bedfordslire, 115, Warren. IB. Wallaee agent. Ballast jetty, to load Wailsend ?SPtnt, Frenachn hip, 70, Guigon. CO F. Stokes A Co.. agcnts; Horsesahlooaatded Corona, 1199, Straochan. I 1. B. Wallace, agent. otroans; toload Iambton Commonwealth , 1345, Cdooaer. Bingle, White, nnd1 Co., agents ; to load Wallsend, tor San Franciaco Conltlia, I71, llrdy. Bingle, White & Co., ngeets ; to lo:ul DUckaolald alclen Condey, 914, Perry.. B. BWallace, agcnt ;o load \Walldsomn IneraeOrnet, 74, Forenman. Single, W!ite, an (i n. agents n Olve, 846, Davi. oingle, Whlte, asdCo., soeiit l6illhat jetty ;toload Duoeenfaild SSalisbury, 1095. Case. 11.B. Wallace,agent at d n ld ror Sir Lancelot, 886, IneprIn J.W al d A.. lrown, agents; ballast jetty, to loadv unken ildrieck, 1o5, Tiznard2 Bihglo, White, an'd Co., aset; at jetty, to loiad Dakeonfeld eaol 0Ir Chino "~en ; "rench, ... O.l. - e? t. ,:.S "' •' gnges, 241, Smidt. Str remm to lond for ards ar, 090, Brb. ...

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DEPARTURES. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

A DEPARTURES. - April 17. Lawy Darling (as.), for Melbourno . ..Cargo: 100a ions col1 Clhellc:, barque, for ian Pedro. Cargo; 650 tons coal t ilver Stream, barquo, for Adelaide. Cargo: -30 tosa coal Jane, brig, for Hobart Towrsl. Cargo: 255 tons coal CoAswma. April 18. Ilorpetlh (s.), Kemblna (a.), nd CollaroyT( ), for Sydney ; Alfred EdwarJ for Lake ltMo qoorie. :'* :

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

blAUNTED- HQUSE, . on. THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. Bir MIRs. J. 11. IroDDt., AUTHOR orT A LIFrs Asslze, Geoo? t GLETr, &C. SCADrTEC III (COrTINUED). , ase Mr Taylor nusnored my question he delivered himself of a com prehensive anathema .which included Mliss Blake, Rliver Hall, the late owner and ourselves Ho further wished he might be essentially ete~terned if he believead there was another solicitor, be sides MIr. Craven, in London who would ollow such a hog to haunt his dlices. " Talk about River Hall being haunted," he fioished; " it is we who are witch-ridden, I call it, by that old Irishwoman. She ought to be burnt at Smithfield. I'd be at the expense of the faggots I" " What haveo you and Mliss Blake quarrelled about ?" Iinquired. " You say she is a witch, and she has made me take a solemn oath never to mention your name again in her presence." " i'd keep her presence out of Ihe?e offices, if I was Mr Craven," he answered. " She has cost us miore than the whole freehold ...

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

CI'?'Y & DISTRICT. NEWAC:STLE. D] ,? ATIO EN'rtTuIsalcNIT AT RAy. Saro 'f .nItn .-O1n Mouday evening list, an. ontrhinmew t vwas given by the niombors of. tihe tu castlI`Amnateur Dramatie Club, in the Ichniis'e. ' Hall, lRaymond Torrace. : Tlho llla corowdcedl, and the ontertainmelunt wa\s /I rc suceeds, many off the actori, tliough ; :tjkhibiting considerable olwMers of elo ;u , as well as veiy good perception of the aridaus parts. It would perhaps be inldious top`ilrticulaoohriso any of the performers, and he must spcially mention the exclollent singing of ?r.. GeCorge Tully, junior. whloh conm pletely took the anudlienco by storm. <0: VonAmloUs SHAnK. - Yesterday aft iruoon, a man named Clhamberlain wao l1ting off the cliffs lnear Mr. Merowother'u residenco, and when drawing a suhnappor, wpighing about 10 lbs., into the boat a shIark, aout 0 foot in length, rseized the sclmnappr 0id bit it in two, carry away the tail half. Sflarks are, we understand from thle v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

"WANTEDS, l ;IT :'I {tdi wo foopoctoblo YOUNG. HLEN 'TV a?-Boi.iaor,, Apply ,t oncee toMrn. STEELE, C?oibumoge, Ln mbtono . . 297 i~T ANTED a 'g6od GENERAL SERVANT. V' Apply t.onceo to Mrs' W. LLSKERt, Hunter .tro0e, ..X CK. ..F C 295 A PPIIENTIgES rYVANiTED.: : pply to : " .. ..·I~ . .. .. ÷? " ? .... i? ton.~ r. JACKSON, Dor t , ton. *,' .. . ... . 290 TANTED.-- I?pnper's Assin~tatlt . . J. aVo . IKt'1f(SON, Sydeoy House, Hunter. W1ITANTrEanonm~l InurnaLted ototge, or T,'.' Apartmeintsn soubt rb, State ternso X.Y.Z., 'eiweastie .ilorkind Herald Oio. X ANTKTD,: ,TWOJ TURNOVERS to tihe , ; : :JOB"I'INTING BUoINESa. Apply to.tho:Ofllo'bof ths Papero r . NT??AiNTED, .AT-GREA.K, an AGENP fo tV V .Neua? allte Mors 'ng- klrald and lianer' Advocat·,,who Will see to thte prompt delivery of the paper every niorning, act as correspoondont; ino., dc. 'Appli.,i at once to . -M. SWEET, W ANTED, fo-r WARATAI, an AGENT, •T o deliver ..'th Newcastle- lornlng HIeralkmt and ltners Advocate. ...: App...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Parnell, J.P.) SCHOLEY V. TIERNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

K 7S 4ALL DEBTS COURT. S(Deform es. IIfannell a?s4Amell, J.P.) aU I otqOLEY V. TIER3EY. .Claim, fd5 forgoeds sold. ---There was no appearance of defendant, and a verdie'twns granted for plaintift; ' , o'ShEA V. W. 5. WHYTE. SIn the above case, defendant appliedfor. a pstponement, his solicitor being un avoidabl??bsent. The application was granted. A ca.1, WYlelsh v. Wllyte, was also post poned. WINTER v. SILLS. Ceim, £10, for damages. IMr. Nicholson appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Beeker for tIhe defenco. Mr. Baker took olbjection to tile infomnatiol, ancd tIle lBencl uphllolding tIle olbjection, 'nn-suit'ed tile plailetiff NEW T'nI4t. Mr. Wallace, on behalf of defollant, aplplied for a now trial in a case, H[udson v. Ingall, heard at last sitting. T'ilse Blulch refused the applicatiOln. (Mr. Robson, J.P., hlere took hIis seat.) LEE V. CaOTTLr. . CIaicn l5s. ,d:1 frs work and'labour done. Idfendant admitted tile debt; and the Beichli made lan order for plainstiff. KEeRNEY V. FULLr5I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876

MEDICAL. R. AS AW. REAY, AS A Medical Botnlnist Of upwards of twenty years' standing, Respectfully info ms the residents of Newcastle Walisend, and HIunter River Distriet g~enerally that ho is practising his profession with that MAIIRKED SUCOESS Which has made his name so popular on the Gold.fieldsand in the Coal-miniug distriots of New South Wales. The superiority of the system of lIerbal Treatment over all others is nowneaknowledged by the leade ing members of the Medical Faculty all over th world; and the cry is-Our Miedicines are "I'nrely Vegetablc!" Professor Huxur.Y has demonstrated in his work, "Protoplasmn'," that mineral substances cannot be administered with benefit, and that only after Naturn has transmuted them into plants are they good for, either Food or nledi dcine. Experiesce taoulght Herbalists this great truth long before thle learned Professor dis covered it fbr himiself, and none have had clearer and more conclusive evidence of their efsiciency FRANCIS W. REAY. I...

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