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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

nriP1 de butvinhihn inow. f.: atRABPOsUtY OuLtN [-ibho ain slhaft at tlio Waratahl Company's. works- is nPw. down about two hiundrod foot, ond is' expected to strikothlo coal ill abottt nother forty feeot. The stone at preseut working is much ihardor than the contractors have had to cotontend with for some time. . . • THE PI TS -Things are boO|+ing up this week.; The pit hains worked full time so far, alnd thdre is a.prospeet of it oontinuing all the wcok." There is some treilble with tho horses in the pit:they having lieen 'nidleso long, hake become colhtr-uproud, .but tiey will soon bo all right ogsin,

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

IRONMONGERY. S 0 T I ( E To euilder3, Contractors, & Others. T. G. ALCOCK Begs to call special attention to his recent IMPORTATIONE or FIRE GRA-A ES o.iog to: the depressed trade in the home market, they have beeon secured on very favour bleo 0rme nsd will be "SOLD CHEAP, To miake rooma for further shipments. .They consist of Ritchen Ranges Orvens-Colonial and sham side--so80, 32, 34, 36, and s38 inaoh. Do. Oven and Boler--3t 38, 40, and 42 inches. ELLIPTICGRBATES. Leamingtors.Ranges, 86 to 60 inohes FulllRegister Grates, various iHalf-register, from 24 to S6?lnohaes Square Ovens and Grates. Air Bricks Sash Weights. ALSO, ON SALE; IT TlE: VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES Corrougated Iron, 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, and 1G feet Sheet Zinc -Perforated Zico Sheet Lead Half round Spouting, 4 to 6 inches O.G. Spouting, 4 to 6 inche . Rain Water Pipes, all sines Wire Nails, all sizes Ewhbank's 0.S. Clout, Fine Clont .Cnt, Lath, Slate Nails, Brads, &u., &e. Carpenters'.Rim Lbeks, 6, 7,...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

"(n¥ ELECTRIC TILElOALhI.) SYDNIY. AlRnIVALej ARIL -24. Gem, E?looner, from lmoklmmpoid 1Ehln Grove, barquie, troml Adelido City of Hobart, steda,'r, from Port Fairy Noe Elland, steamer, tifom Singapore. Victoria, steamer, from Cooktbwsn April 25. City of lis?bane, steamer, from Brilsane Aurora Australis, schooner, from Java DEL'A RTUIRIE. April 25. Nil. The elippor horqueo Nonpareil arrived in port from Lyttleton yesterday morning, ofter a fieo possgoe of fourteen daye , Cuptein Brent ro ports having left Lyttleton onl thu lth inst., nild hud a fieo ronothro gh the Straitsn Wlhen off Cope I;stont the wiild lell light, ood nalme were exporeiceed for sia diys, hleen light oid onriibleo, winds prevailed up to timo of nrrivol. The Noipureif lands again for Lyttleton. 2lesnre. J. ond A. lrown nre her ogeuts in this pore. otii - -o'se ha o Shr outer o Belle, ofter a twelve days ron fom Adelaide, was toned into 1ioit ycutericy. Cuptaiti Ski ner rejcorts ight wieda ndel oluis ttiroiugloiut...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

WALLSENI?. DIVIslION .OF Tl-E .BOROUOH.---Wo understanlld that 427 Ipersons siglled tihe requi sition lhat tile oroughl slhouldl be divided, and Plattsb'ug made Selparlto mlunlicipality. There wero 19 of the electors who failed to sign, 1i of whlom were not scon. Tilhe depu. tation whichl wailted upon the Colonial'Secro ta?y were Iessrs. Laidley, Alnwick; lteny, and Dobinson, and they were informed that their requcest would be coIiplied with, as he could not make any oxeoptionin this insstniqp, A meotillg of "rtepayers "wilt hi6 "heldl t Loiey'o hIotol tlits /?rolldesdjlly ovening," fo? til purposo of receivilg tilhe report of the deputation. LECTuOn.-A lecture was. delivered in the Preosbytlerian. Clhurc]l, on Monday evenlling, by tlhel Rev.?Mr, Iaorenady, of Syd " nly, on "The Siego of Dorry and tile Britishi Revolution." There was aI largo attendanlce," and MIr, J. Y. ilson presided. Tlhe sulbject was ably. landledl by tIll .leturor, and: was frequently applaudedl. The choir rend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

IRENEWEDNOTICE. NU Nm ER t OF COtuESPOND)ENTS, who should hoco ?eso eugO h to knaow bettor, eet?|?t in ohheeht|li5 thcir litrnory monnlomeict ono to the onderetoibet, orosteet ot the Et)DTOtR. eod~oe .ometimec oerprtoct at. not seeiog their eflittoons it preno. "We repent oor recqect that eon'espondenee oheould bh ehddreeel to the "'litor," ond odvertine coente, &e., to the ottlee. J. I. SWVEET, Proprietor. IlooneL Ase AeVoeaTo Ofice, 1tth April, thI7. Stockton Agency. MTtA LE. P?OThOm N Ilts Iecn ?PPOI -TED VI r?hNT for ths Joorntl at e T lOOTrON , felellt whomo tlel}oaoenho re ctived, nnd orders foe A.dvertisemehto or Joh Pr-ntin. E e., ' • • . J[, Y\VEE~T, .. .. IProprietor. "Ireold t nilod , te Ottlce," . * nd atrli, thIS.

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

CITY &_DISTRICT. NEWI1ASTLE. 'AN n ACT OF' tl:1 tr'r.-l)sse of those cnets of elhaoity (tlsat of rlising a fellow being. from a lifo snospprlobably of crielu tot respect-. ableo stndaird), which we aro so-ry to say are in tlHse tines of oilu s not .0so snlorolLs as they p'-lrhpI slihold be, ceourred at tihe Police Coort yesterday. An intellligmet looling lad, aged Unine yero, Inamed Cuddington, was, it will be remembered, briught up by thi police a few dnys ego oil o e?lage of wnwlering abolt the streets woitlhout anly ostoenstilo mealcns of earning a livelilcod. ] [o ws remandmed for a few days, until his relations in Syduey lshould" ble eonnmuiicated with. A letter was sent by the police u thlorities to the iadidress given by the ldl, but no reply lwas received, and yester. day he was brought before tle court--Mesrs. Hainnell auid Smith being on tile B3ench. Tie poor little fallow liad nmIch imiproved iln ap pearalince sinle his lirst aplieoranieo before the court, but sti...

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS (FROM oUR- sriwNsY coIMirosrxOSOR.) SIGIon RMAJElRONI made his first appear ance to-night in English tragedy, or rather inl Eliglish dramna, to a large and highly respectable audiuiice, at the Theatre Royal. The talent of this tragedian was appreciated to the full, when he wase act ing with Madameo Ristori, anid from the first niight he was rocognised as one of tlhe best tragedians tlhat we over lhad here. Ho has mastered the English langulgo, smd speaks it now fluontly and with very little Foreign accent. Ho appeared ti night as " the Old Corporal," iand gave intense pleasure. A SAD RCCidoent occurred at tile corner of Eliizabethl and Liverpool streets to-day. (Monday). A child seven years of agoe insed Mary Jane Levock, carrying an infant, was knocked down by an omnibus and killed. The driver, George Lacy, was broghlt ip this afternoon at the Central Police Court, and remnalled to thle Coroner's Court. A constable who saw the occurronce says no blanme is at tribut...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

SHIPPING. P-'ORT OF NEWOASTLE. AIUIIVALS. April 25. Soutlhirn PBlle, larque, 340, Skinner, from Adllehtdo. 12th instant; t, 'Hewison agent. Nonpareil, barque, 399, Brent, from Lhyttie to. 0loh iustlrt ; eiargo, 100 bags oats. J. and A. Brown, agents Trinculo. barque, 318; Jenkina, from Mel bourne ; J. Veenainin, agenlt COASTWISE. April 25.. Maitland (s.s), Kenhbla,(s.s), Civility (s), from Sydney: Alfred dwairdl, IRose, TurlUo n·ld .tar ol Penor, from Lake Mlaeluarie, with 29,000 fent timber, 16,000"shingles and felloes

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

SHIPPING. SWEDI1" SHI P SAVNAS CAPTAIN C J. NYLEN- will not be iesponsiblo for debto con trated by any of his crew, while in this port, withouthis written antimrity. wINGIfE WHIITE, & CO., 51 Agents. NEWOACSTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (LIMITED.) trSydli ey Exhibition! . Thre S. . KEMBLA will run at SINGLE )'ARES FOR TIE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL FRIDAY, 12Tn MAY, INrLUSIVE.. SALOON.. ........' l2s Od. STEEHAGE...............' 7sOd. LeaingBSydney Every Night at 11.0:p.m. (Saturday and Sunlday cxeepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.m (Sunday and Monday excepted). H. D. PONTUS, Manager. Offie-? untler-street, Newonatle, 10th April, 1870. 193 - 0'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT S LIP, NEWOASTLE. lniPS of the Largest Olass taken up for EPAIRS, RIE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &eo. Iron Ships cleaned. Shlipwrights' and Smitlhs erk performed. *l Spa- nd all other ship's materials in stocrk. An Fzperienced Diver, willth diving appa 1ht,,~l hand. tIu nT. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprieto...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

SIPIlPING IN FORT. SIIIPs. ledfordshire, 1155. Warren. R. B. Wallace, agent; for San Franoisro;No. 4 crane, loeading Wallseod Corolna, 1199, Slraehan. R". B. Wallece, ngrelt, tream; toload Lamoton LComsconwealtlh, 1345, CooPer. Bingle, White, and Co, aents; to load WVallseild, for Soan Francisco Conlict, 1871, Hnrdy. Bingle, White & Co., glots; to Iond;Messra. Brown's coal tillen Gonlduy, 014, eorry. R.B. Wallace, ngelnt; to load "Wallsonsd irth of ClJyde,. 824. OC.- F. Stokes and Co., sgensts lancrernc, 744, Foreman, Bingle, White, easo Co. agents nloouIa, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent Olive, 846, Davia. Bingle, White, annd Co, -gelits; to load at No. 2 crane,?Mesors. Brown's coal Salisbury, 1095. Case. R,.. Wallace, agent olrera;; Savenas Skellettea (Swedish), 768, Nylon Binale, White, and Co., agents Sir Liihcelot, 886, Heburn. J. asd A. Brown, agints; ballast joetty; to load, 3essro 13rowlsa coal - rarnickl, 10o5, Tizardl. Bingle, White, and Co., ageote;l .at jetty, to ...

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DEPARTURES. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

DEPARTURES. April 2?. Annie, schooner, for Hobart Town Sparronhawk, barqcue, fur lelbourno =CoAsnwmrln. April 25. Civility (s.), for SlAcley Rivcr; Scotin, Uranih, joxonia (s), Tasmania (s), Klemb: (s.s), Collaroy (a.s), Ibr Sydney.

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LATEST GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

LATEST CENERAL NEWS. PRaVENTION OF SININo A.CCIDENTS. -The alarming frequency of miningaccidenta in the colony has lonugheen a subject of dis cussion anmongst Victoriln journalists, and the great need of somne nmeasure for their pro vention again and again urged upon the Lois lature, but as yet to no purpose, and the lives of our miners continue to be sancriflced as though they were of nio miore consequence than "duos driven cattle." Howfarpresent legislative enactments will serve to diminish the frequency of the soo:allsed "accidenta" is, of comne, a question which oxperience alone can determine; but it savors of criminal neglect that no effort hls been made to test theio effliicacy of such means. It seems strange that those so vitally interested in the subject should require an :incitement to press it upon their attention. At a timne when the ques tion of mining reformn is exciting so muchl at tention, tIh importanco of taking steps for tihe greater securitv of the lives and limbs...

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COAL RAISED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

COAL nASIED I Tvss UNITED KraDnoS. -It appears from the annual roport that the coal raiaed in the United Kingdom last .year amounted in round numbers to 125,000,003 tons; iron ore to 14,810,000 tons, copper ore to 78,500 tons, tin ore to 14,000 tons, iron pyrited to 50,000 tons, clays (poree lain and firo) 2,450,000 tolls, and salt 2,300,500 tons, The totol value of the ores w*a :7;890.0lQ, andl of the mnotale derived from theom £19,d80,070, .' 1hl5 sh6w a onot deeresep in value of £2,888,670 as comparesnoi with 1878, tile falling off ill goal being £1,782,000, pig iron £1,881,867, and other metals £288,981. In thle earthly mineralh there was on increase of £76,0,00. In tlhe movement, of soal from the place of produc. tion to that of home consumption there was a fall of 8,502,832 tons; but against thil a horger quantity by 1,300,0.83 wa l sent abroad, lopigylg a not deooreaso of 2,282,190 tons. Public Opiinion,, January 22., A soldier on trial for habitual drunkenness was addressed ...

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Two Children Lost at Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

Tiv?o Children Lost at Jerlderle. ScNeon-coNsearnL Johnson, of Jeril derioe police, reports that on the O6th instant two little girls, aged three years and oighteon months respectively, daughters of a selector named Knight, who resides seven miles from Jerilderie, were lost in the following somewhat singular maniner. 1rs. Knight states that about ten o'clock on Thursday morning last, her husband being from home, sheo went to drive some sheep offtheir selection. The two children followed her for a short distance from the hut, and on her return (in about lifteen minntcs) to the place whore she had.left tho!?e, thp younger child was nowhere to lie seen. She then took the other chiid- to the hut, where she placed it on the bed with a cup of milk, and bnstened off to the nearest house (two miles off), the residence of another selector, named Irving, where sheolreported what lhad happened. On heiP return to her own hut, after an absence of an hour, silo found that the child which lshe had...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 25th, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) THREATS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

.NEWCASTLE POLICE COURILT. TUESDAY, APRIL 25tlh, 1870. (Befolr JMr. IIeeell, J.P.) THREATS. A case against Patrick MIaloiey, for using threats towards his wife, IMary Malonoy, . postponecd from MIonday, was resumed. Patrickl Maloney, a lad 14 years of ago, son of complainant, deposed that he had heard his father threaten to cut his mother's throat.. [o also chased her withl a brooimstick to boeat her. - This closed th. caseio for tlhe pi-o?Cu tion. Defendant deposed : On Satnrlday smon ing last my wife askednmu for some money and I told her that I had none; but that she conld send for'somd if she wanted it; she told uoc she Would see about it ; I never threatened to Out her tluoat, but she wenv t out of.thl'lhouse, and I told her tlat if she came back shel would think her hroat was cut. By EMr2 Baker: T had a broomstick .in miy lhand, but I did not thlreaten to strike her ;.I had tliohe broomn in my hand to sweep the house out. Defendant was ordered to find sureties to keep the peac...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER V (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, oR THE? SHSADOW AT RIVER HALL. Br Mas. J. II. IIDDELL, Acrruo or A LIra's AbsIZE, GOsGE GEITH, SC. CA?PTER V (CONTINUsED). " RE.ALLY, Miss Blako,"' interposed the judge. "I have no more aquestiona to ask, my lord," said Colonel Morris' counsel, soerenely triumphant. " Miss Blake can go down now." And Miss Blake did go down; and Taylor whispered in my ear: " She has done for us." Colonel Morris' side of the case was now to be heard, and heads were bond lug eagerly forward to entch each word of wisdom tlnt should fall from the lips of Sorjeant Playfire, when I felt a hand, cold as ice, laid on mine, and turning, beheld bliss Blake at my elbow. She was as white as the nature of her complexion wotld permit, and her voice shook as she whispered: " Tatke me away from this plaeo, will you '?" I cleared a way for her out of the court, and when wereoached Westminister Hall, seeing how upset she seemed, asked if I could get anything for her a glass of water, or wine, Isugge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

WANTEDS. Y ANTED, a MAOCIlNIST. to work W. and W W.'s Machine. E. WALKER, Com mercial Exchangeo, Hunter-street. 061 V, ANT ID, a good general SERVANT. S Apply Mrs. HtL, "Q..E,'" Hunter. street. "TANTING, a few RESPEOTABL~ E BOARDERS, GRANTS ' Boltnn-street, 3567 Opposite Hlerald Oflice. WTANTED IMMEDIATELY, a COM. POSITult. Only a Steady Man, \pply to IIEIIALD OIO', lalton-street Neecastle. WrANTICD, a Good General. SERVANT. Apply to MNRS. I'OOLE, Furniture Warehouse, Hunter-atreet. 053 F] rANTED, a BOY, to make himself gener ally useful. Apply to N. ELLIOTT, Buteiher,'Morehead-street, Lambton. 841 ?TANTED, a SMART LAD, who can ride 1 well, and be prepared to deliver the Newcaccstle Aoering Herald where required. Apply at once to this Olicoe. WANTRD, TWYO TURNOVERS to the JOB PRINTING BUdINESS. Apply to the Olloo of thisPaper. W ANTED, for WARATAh , an AGENT, to deliver thle Newcastle Morning Herold and lMiners' Advocate. Apply at once to Office of this raper. W ANTED, AT GRIETA, an...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. TUESDAY, Recd. 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

LATEST TELECBRA'MS. S(From outr SydneU Corre.pondoelt.) SYDN~EY. T'eOsE IY, Ieed. 9 p).m. IIls Excellency the Governor opened the Ex hibition at 12 o'clock to.day. There wos a largo attendance. Thloshow is splendid, and the stock exhibits are much admired. Sig. Majoroni, the Italian actor, nlate of Iliitori's troupe, achieved a splendid trmnlph in the play of "The Old Corpjral,"last uipbht, ot the Theatre Royall. At thle inquoest, held to-day, on thile body of ainry Jane Livock (who was killed by an am nibus), a verdict of " Accidentally killed," wao ioturned. The driver of theomlibus, George Lacy, was exooracted from all blame.

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LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS.—Ladies' [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

LOCAL IMPROVEMeNTS. -·Ladies' cookery classes have boon fonmd very prd-. Afltablle ait the Itolbourno Home, an institution whlere governesses and suach employes reside when out of collar. The coolerj'eliqs, which have been patronisedby very fi?eo lsdies aore to be followedby dresmaking classes for the simo holplesoseornbers of the conununity. ?Womon who.ar ordeoFa strong imnm to turn out with a 200.oihinou, opgir of bosee, and a 300-gainea carrnge to convey them to town just with a strnpful of ribbiohly novels on the cushion beside themin-such women are begin ning to feel it is disgraceful not to bb able to Bow. . • eho most steady follor o of urfotune bOur creditors,

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(From the Evening News.) MELBOURNE. Monday, 2.26 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 April 1876

(Frome the .lE'reniig Newa.) 31ELUOURNE. Monday, 2.20 p.m. At a qnuarteros plast cloven o'clock last night, is lire broke out at Windsor, in ia hIouso occ iictld by Mr. W\. Mills, confectioner. lcforo Mill nod Ilis wife coul! bo got out thoy wero secvrely tlllrltie, Isnd the womlns, wllose nsge is only 27, is not expected to livo. Mills wa?s not so hadl,, hurt. ''ho Rev. Mr. ]lintr, IL talentcd"prcachelr, is dead; lie is miuch regretted; was contrilet tor to the P'ress, and al ost intcllectutl younig In1ai, only 32 yenta of ago. 2.25 p.m. Thereo is a fall of forepence a bushel in maico, and twopence in wheat. A ris?e lis taketn ilace ill Sliugrs, in coneo qucnco of a tolgronum received from Meuritius, vila AdenI, wihich states that the stocks of sllugr Iteo ill exhausted, but prices remain ilt changed. Fine whlites, 7.20 dolhbs. The following vessel nihd sailed-St. Mlarc, for Adolaide. 1000 tons scr loading for \ecl lbou.no. Exchalnge, 7.; freigits, 20s fd. The export of sugar from ...

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