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WARATAH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26. (Before A. A. P. Tighe, Esq., P.M., R. W. Moody, Esq., and W. Robson, Esq., J.P.'s) ALLOWING PIGS TO STRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
WAILAriATAIL PI'OLICE (COUIT. rEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. (Before A. A. P. Tigheo, Esq., P.MI., R. W. Moody, Esq., and W. Iobson, Esq., J.P's) ALLTOWING PIGS TO STRAY. David Webster was charged with allow ing pigs to stray at Waratah. Fined 5s., without costs. OBSCENE LNGUAGE. Six ofbfenders were dealt with. DRUNK AND DISOiIDERtLY Five cases were disposed of. A fresh sunmnons was ordered to be issued agaiinst Anni Buchanan, who failed to puIt in aun apipearitnce. ASSAUL't. Luke Gayner was charged with assault ing constable O'Meara, at Neow Lamnbton, on tile 21st inst. The constable said thaUt Gayner came out of a public-house with a large stone (produced) in his hand, and threatened to knock hi birains out with it, and would have carried out his threat only hlie was prevented by imnother man. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 20s, and costs, 5s. 10d., or in default 14 days. Christopher Ourri anld David Forbes was chlarged w-ithl assaulting and beatling onle Margaret Brady, at Lamsbto...
New Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
New Lambton Miners. ThE usual monthly meeting of the Now Lambton minerr was held at T. Hardy's Hotel on Tuesday evening, the 25th inst., Mr. Jamunes Donnelly in the chair. Tilhe minutes of last meeooting were read and confirmed. FILLING SKIPS ON CAVILING DAY. At tile last special meeting held on Tlhrsday, the 20th instant, a charge was laid against two men for-filling skips on the caviling day, when the pit was idle. After some discussion the hearing of the charge was postponed to the monthly meeting. The ClOhairman now brought it before the mecting. A speaker said he lhad not laid the lcharge against the men for any ill-will, but having seeoon them do it, and knowing they were doing wrong, he thought it is duty to expose the matter to the body of the nien, for them to decide upon. One of the men had filled six skips, and the other four, After some discussion it was mloved and seconded "That the two men complained of lay the skips back." Moved as an anendment--" That they pay the li...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. TuE extraordinary fatcility with which men recklessly risk.the loss bf life, and sacrifice present comfort for future luxury has again been exemplified in th6 late Cooktown rush. M1isled by tlhe false re p7rosontations of one Mulligan, hundreds of diggers from all parts of the colonies made thehir way to a distant portion of thle Cooltown regions, known as the HIodgkinson River, only to find Mulligan's version a hideous delusion. The most distressing accounts reach us of thie misery starvation, and other horrors which be strewed tlhe path of the deceived gold seekers. The surviving victims, seem, however, determined to revenge thle death of their mates and themselves, at the samo time upon somebody or somoething else. Thie CooKTowN HERLD is to be burnt down for publishing the glowing accounts of MIulligan, and 800 diggers are looking about for thle deceiver himiself, in order to lynch himn. In the latter case an oppor tunity will be aflforded for a new version of "The ...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Reed. 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
LATEST TELECRAMS. (From our SdneUry 'orresponidett.) SYDNEY. Recd. 10p.m. It is estimated that 80,000 people visited the exhibition on the first two days. The Mutual Provident Society hold their annual meeting this aftgrnoon; the rep6rt was adopted. A long discession took place on the proposal of tihe Directlors to expend the sunm on £64,000 on noew buildldings. A.com. mittee.has been appointed to confer with the directors on the subject. The balloting for directors and auditors takes place on Saturday The directors hlave been severely taken to task for prodigal expenditure of funds. A man named M'Ewon is in custody, on ta chargo of poisonisig hIis wifo: awho is in the Infirmary.
LIVES LOST AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
LIVES LOST AT SEA~. Fatal aecildenls at sea are reported bytwo of the ships which arrived at Melbourne on the 21st instant-the Grasmero and Loch lanza, Rense from Liverpool and India respectively The facts are thus given by the Age :--On the first nnamed. Willianm Breeding, one of the crew, while clearing tile main shoeet, fell over the main rail, and although the weather was almost, calm, the ship at tile time only going two knots, he sank belbre help could reach hilm. A rope was thrown to hIim cselh he could hlave reached, but he was apparently stupifiedl, and seemed to make no eflbiort to reachl it. HIo was was very much encumbered with heavy clothling and sea boots, and when le disappeured he was not no more than six yards away from the ves sel. The poor fellow was no sewimmer. The nceidest occurred at half-past Bon the morning ot February 7, in the ley of Bisicay. Threoo dayJs befolbre the above eveet hlappensed the ear penter of the Loch Ranza,'l 'thomas Icidl, a native of Ayr...
STOCKTON PATENT SLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
STOCKTON PATEiNT SLIP. Tn enuomerating our many surrounding indus. tries, we are gladto announce that of the Patent Slip, Stockton, which indeed~,. seems to be stepping up daily, so as to lecerve a foremost placo amongst ouir local energies and [enter prise. It has been a staunding question, for a long time, with captains and owners oo ships visiting this port, "In nease our ship, of say 1000 tons, registry, requires repairing, can we have it done with yin Newastlul" This proalem lia been flly solved on several previous oc casionsas well as on this present one, but this particular oocasion merits more than a passing remark. At the head of the slip at present, is the barque Lutchken, of 406 tons register, under going a thorough reFpair, both below and aloft. This vessel must be familinr to all our readers, in consequence of being sunk in the harbour, and thoesl so successfully raised by Mlessrs. O'Sullivan nuad Co., and aftervards taken upon their Patent Slip, whlere she now lies nnd...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
SLAMIBTON. PnrMAuENT RELIIF FuND.-A fOw days ago a copy of tile rulBes framed for the T idtyrce of the above Society were sent to liery, for his considlcrtionl. This stop woo necessary as the Lambton Colliery is not in tho Master's Association, and theorefore, not compelled to join in with them in this now sclhemo. I understand that M5r. Crodaco hal s retumrcd the rules to the minier's secretary, bot bis not said whetlheor hie aspiroves of themc or is willing to join the association in paying theloproposed sixteen per cent. on all contri butions raised by the meonmeros. ltsumour has it that tr. Croudaco does not approyo of tihe rules as drawn tup, but thinksl tlht oso very important amoncintsl can be nmade, and therefore,-would prefer forming a sepairate fund for the Lambton Colliery alone. Whether this will beo done remains to lbe seuon. It may also be mentioned that the Lambton miners, or at Iiast a portion of them are not in favour of the rules, for more reasons tlhan one. ' The ...
Prince Alfred Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
Prince A1lfred lHospit?al. THE speech of His Excellency the Governor, at the laying of the Founln tion stone of the Prince Alfred Hos pital, will be read with much interest. Whatever other sins of omission or commission may be laid to the charge of Sir HEROULrES RonILNsOen, that of not having courage to speak his mind cannot be iticluded. At the banquet in celebration of.the extension of the railway to Bathurst, the Governor did not hesitate to express his opinion of the dilatory manner in which the rail way policy of this colony have been carried one, regardless of the implied slur that might be conveyed in his remarks upon the energy of the present Government, of whlichl he is presumed to be the head. On Thursday, while speaking of the great benefit of the future Prince Alfrod Hospital, he enunciated some opinioni which are rather at variance with those generally received on the principles of hospital snupport and governmoent. Hisremarks must have strangely dissonant to the gentle...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
WALLSEND. BURoLARY.-For some time past Mr David Bevoridgoha e lean thie subject of wir may not beo improperly dsignatod a 'series - dastardly attempts to injuro himself and famiiy, nod which culminnted in his hous ,being broken into on Monday. evening, anui certain property oktracted. ;Sorm': tow months ngo M'r. BovcriJgo gfyo informati| that some 0e lhid onureld "his lho'i s'' l taken away somine money, lint as lo did rB talo any dooeisivo notion in the matter of eo deavouring to .convict tiheo prson whlo we onspicted, thli matter quietly" droipped. F coveral days past Mr. Boeveridgo.hs hadl wiindows broken by some miscreant- wli would corniq at night awn terqw briokl.i. tlroulghi tlhemnl, some oof these voery nonjrlj i juiring the chlildren asloop ih bed. Durine the past wouek the nutuber of panes tih broken were upwards of twenty, which 3! Boveridge hnas reiplnded. and as a p eaution agaiust similar attacks, he linase lshuttera made for onech of the wi:t dows. On Monday ovening, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
RENEWED NOTICE. A m?BERn OF CORRESPON.DFrNTS, who shouh Dro o Acnso eoughe to know better, peorist in addloino their lilerary rooluooctiouts to theo U]dg?e'ti~N illotCzl Of the ED'ITOR, ondreo omteties uroprisc t not soin g their cllusyoots i Hpriol WO rlepet oar reuest tlhO t correopondeoc hohd Ne ddrcssd to the "Edlitor," nt advertir meoLt, &e., to tile office. J. M. SWEET, Propreltor. HEaLo NDR Anvo?ore Offeo, 1Uth April, 1571. Stockton Agency. M Bm. AI?EX. lllOW ,N hrnorp'OITED AGlENT for thLo jouontl ot STOCKTON, from whomo papers cno bh rroehvol, and order. for Adverti?emcnto or Job l'rhltin, left, " J. WE. SWEET, Proprlotor. "IIedlrd and Avocnte O~fie," ond April, 18t6. 5L?c 1'cbucantIF ?Iitohning R1raIt AND MIINERS' ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, ?P?IL 27TII, 1876.
GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
-ris GjL ETA . o'ock To'uesay mdroing thoe good folks of our towbn were awakened by the (to themn cheerful) oound of the Grota whistlo calling the front shift to work. Things wore not quite up to the mark to-day, and tlhe men wero hardly in fettle, so that a small amount of coal woes raieod; but no doubt in a fow dlay thingo will bP gIl o tefuptp, opd the ?vbrk 'wili gie e Wigh a~pitit, A a con aetrblbl amount of oxoitd ment existe respeting tlhe position of : tihe nen who were Tormoily einployed it Greta, bouohi dee nacum e ar ' not on thqe Toll "f th pjo who rFelnell s lOnOp o r to? ? ho dsict. loIre arb6out '?i?tei menuin t tI jdasitioni, nd a iniumdbeof the homnra ore of olipiog Ea) tho.y ohould bp allp?od tohyp bey s eriie d thop worke going, MIr. IHIrpor being quite willing to agreeoo to such a mode of procedure. A meeting wvas 'called to discuss this question on Tuesday night, aend at the time appointed, a general mnuster took place in Mor. Henry'c hbll. There were a number o...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
- WARATAIIle - ACIDENT.-OII " rTuesdal y Inst Mlr. C. Davies received an accident whilst em ployed in tho Warantahl Tunnel. It appears that Mr. Davies, with thlre otliors, wore working in a pillar when a piece of coal broke away from the soprags, and strick him on the leg, brLuising it rather eoycrelv, Loeches were applied, by the instruction of Dr.-Hill, and on oeaquiry this morning I learned that the limb was much bettor. 'THE COAL Il:IiDS I?E'ULATION BLL.--Tlhe General Souritary left againl for Syd?oy to attend to the abpvo bill dn Tues lay evening ms't. - The Bill is opcoted to daome ot litorlo the Iegislative Asseombly on TWednoesday night, for the coaidorattleon of the amendments passed by tlhe Logislative Coun cil. It is to be hoped that this will be the oSecrotary's lpst trip on this business, as hle lhas lhad ahard time of it during thle lilt few mouths,
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
PARLIAMENTARY LEil[SLATIV ?ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, iARIL 20, 1870. Ministers answearod quostions roaespecting the irrogular atteidanco of magistrates at the Court of Potty Sessions, Gunnedalh; the legalising of selections made on reserves, tihe cost of the M[ining Dopartment and the amount of revenue collected by thie same Departmenot, the insufficiney of the accom modatiin at the 'Newcastle Telegraph Ofiico, the conditional selection of Villianm Evering. ham, the application of MIr. C. B. Lowe for the purchase of land in virtue of improveo monts in the parish of MIerindal, the in suflicienoy of the staff of surveyors in the district of Mudgoo, tihe placing of a fence across a road in the parish of Bayly and county of Phillp, by M[r. Nicholas Paget tps.B av'l¥..th~~u~avlnn_rt-ulvo?.tupr nlereo, tso astance of Mr. Dutler ih the prosecc tion of Haydoni Orchard, and Juehau, at the Tanmworth assizes; the supply of galvaiized posts, the case of isiehaol eursphy, who in 1807 vwas convicted of ...
CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876
OR OOKWIELL. TIs weatllher in this dlistrict is still very dry, and farming operations are at a stand still. Only a few have yet put in the plough, and solving wil bo altogether out of the ques tion till these is rain to refresh the hard annd thirsty soil. I am afraid that during the corm ing winter, stocle will suaier severely; as, even if there were railn, it would prove too late to canuse the grass to spring. rWe have already had three or four heavy frosts, though tha weather during the day lhas been beatifudl. Anything in the vegetable line is scarcely at tainable, and butter is a Iheury scarcely seen at all. Theort was a large naction sale on aInst "Wednesday of thie hlomestead and erlects of the late James Bonsley, at which there was a great many in attendance. A splendid luncheon was provided, and the prices obtained for stock and other effects were very good.
Government Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Governmini t Gazette Notices. Tforons AcCEor, ..-A. S. N. Co. oipply of tuiubldr lhaft for dredge Newcastle. - ' I INH.oLvE0dY.--~oEtto Of John Thiomon, draper, of Nowcastle. First ond only niootmg, !!t' S~idoy, on Friday, 26th May. 4 teacher said to a little girl at school, "If a naughty girl dhould hurt you, like n: good giil; you would forgive her, would'nt you P" -'" Yes, ma'am," she replied, "if I coouk'nt i'irci lwr I" , '.
"An Hour at the Sea Shore." [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
"? xln Uolr at tie Sea Shore," SVEiY interesting lecture, entitled "An sour at tile Sea Shore;" was delivered ast evening, in the class-room of tile oewcastle School of Arts, by MIr. H. J. hBrown, President of tlat institution. Tihere was a first-class attendance, and thie majority of tine persons present were ladies. I The LMayor of Newcastle (F. J. SnAw, Eosq.,) occupied tie chair, and briefly introduced the lecturer. M ]r. Bfown, on coming forward, was gre.teA..MvItll aoIlane._tn k . n..aftqma.a few_ substance of his lecture. Upon a tiable in from of him he had sonme very valuable :And rare specimens of nmarine insects,)nost of whlich were collected ou Nowcastlebeaclh. Anmongst thie numnber were sonme specimenons mf cuttle fish wlhich were described in an bxhanstive miannier, somo sponges, tlihe ordinary ship hBarnacles, tile Blubber fish and others too mniiierous to pariticularise. Thie lecture embraced a description of each klass of insccts which was mnore fully illus itrated b...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
WVARIATAnlK PoLdIE CoUnT --The 3Bench and embers of the Press havo been llatced at a idvantago on ededmsly lost, tlrough tile salauthlorities.. It is tiho custom for tho oastable at Lambthn to post on the Monday ening popies of all sulamonses served, so it all the cases may be entered on the barge sheet. On tlomlry night copies of !umomons were posted as suslai, and by seole mistake were sent on to Nowcastle, anlul wore ere not sent bace untilVWednesday smorning, osequently no clhrgo could be prepared. T~'s PrT.-I understand that hir. . Usher has been appointed inderground sanagsr in the place of Mr. IIarpor, who has ean removed to the mnasnagoment of Grefa ['olliery.
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
NEV LAM!BTON. BHL?nsonouou.-T'lo now briekyard t Hillsborough has been commenced, and the ? e?pito hope to havero a kiin ready by timn that the building of hIouses, cone uent upon thle starting of tllhe works will havo easomenced. The Australian Company's Works voan boon auspenderl for a time. Itislrtrd understand the aims of tlha diecetobIf tihis he ow Lambton Pitt has been idle .day.
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
LAMBTON. ACOIDsNT.-On Thbnrsday a mines named Robert Taylor was- soverely injured whilst at work in the Lambton colliery. Ii appears that'wlilst at work a portion of the top earl came away upon him. He was take home and attended to by Dr. Hill, who is opinion that, ltlhotlghl no bones are broken, the poor fellow ihas recivedl a severe shocs This is tihe fiftlh time that Taylor has me with an accident in the Lambtou pit, and t-he last oecasion the circumotances whlich le to.thb accident were ahlmost tie same as in tl present case. Somse people are lover oleo from pisfortseo, Toe LATE ROc En1Y -I understan that" no clue has as yet been gainedo whi will lead to tlhe apprelhension of the this wlo stole the saddle and bridle from the re of Dr. Hill's promises, on Monday evening. CoM .ooNAE PUnLOANs.-The busi ness people of Lambton are very indigna at tle prospect of MIr. WV. Oldhanm getting publican's license for his premises situated the Commonage. I understand that t matter is toabe re...