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Frightful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Frightful Accident. YESTERDAY's Evening Post (Ballarat) has the following :-" One of the most horrible accidents which it is possible to coneaice happened this afternoon on the Melbourne road. A little fellow 6 years of ago, son of Mr. Sohraedor, toe rwell-known bandmaster, was hanging on to the cart of an old blind organ grinder, tile vehicle being driven by a more child, who certainly never ought to havo been entrusted with the manage mnent of a hcrse, wlen by soLme moans or other tlhe boy Schracdcr got his leg entangled in the wheel, and notwith standing his piereing screams, tile horse was allowed to go on till time wheel had made four distinct revolutions, at each one of which pieces of the leg were torn away. When the horse was stopped the child's clothes were all rent off, and tilhe plac haId more tile appearauce of a butohor's bhop than anything else. The leg was lbroken to pieces, raw from the tligh to the ankle, andl completely torn out of its sooket. So firmly was it fixe...
The Queensland Rush. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Trhe Queensl'nd IRush. WE are in receipt of a press nmessage from Messrs. Bailey and Junes, of Cooktown, which runs as follows: " Cooktown, April 19th. "As many garbled reports'have been in circulation with regard to the new Mulligan golfield, as to its being a duffer, we telegraph that. usp to the present none hivebeen able to cross thle Mitchell in cbneequence of its severoe flooded state since Mulligan crossed. Neither of the Wardens have crossed the river, and as yet it is an ui:visited goldfield, consequently no official reports are to hand, beyond Commissioners writing to stop rush, warning people not to come until the field has been visited, fearing starvation and misery. This advice is good until authenticatedl news arrives The latest inews re ceived . from Mitchell Rive. was pub lished in an extrnordinary to the Cook town HIeraldE yesterday, as follows: " A man named N. Neilson, a well known teamster, arrived in town this morning, at' 11 o'clock, from the Mitclhell River Ca...
(From S. M. Herald.) BATHURST. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
.(Fros S. . IHerald.) BATHURST. Tuesday evening. At the OCirncuit Court Jack Watson (aborigi. nal) indicted for the wilfol murdeor of one Mary Ann Lambert (an aboriginal), at Yam min, near'Forbos, on Christmas night last. The ciso lasted from 10 a.m. to 0 p.m., and resulted in a verdict of not guilty--Mrs. Doyle, indicted for stealing money out of a letter, by the advice of hor counsel, D. Bu chauan, Esq., instructed ,by Mr. Hollyer, pleaded guilty, and was romanded for. sen q~gscn. M~r. Justice Faweoott stated that ha livery in order to aitnoilCil eidfsdii'insa day next. The casoes on the criminal side are bothl nmnerons and serious; and will prob~pbly occupy the Court at least the entire week. The children attelding the All Saint's Churchl of Ellgland Schools, withi the Mill town and Kelso Schools, enj6yed a most suc cessful picdic to-.day. They were convoyed in coaches, granted free of expense, and under the direction of Mr. J. Rutherford, to ths residence of W,. H. Oakes, Esq., ...
Arrival of the Suez Mail. Reed. 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Arrivaleof to Suez Mapl. locd. 10 p.m. The o Blangaldro '(s..) arrived at Adolaide, with Suez mail, on -Wyedncoslday night, having on board so one ftlheo paosengers of the wreckedkl:ship Stntblnoro. Thco lion. T. W. Semrt is a passenger by tlhel Blmangalore for Sydney. Mcrs Bladen Neill has shown specimens of Australian silk to the nidmbeors of the Royal Colonial Institute who epressOed great satis faction at the result of her experiments. An English trading vessel, Amelia, was seized by a Spaniseh guarda costa off Gib ralta, and a prizo crow placed on board. The Amelia's crow was overpowered, andil the captors took them to Gibraltar, where they were committed for trial for piracy. The Spanish Foreign Meinister demands satitsfae. tion from the Englishl Govermnent. latuch excitemenot prevails about the scann dalous running down of the Strathelyde by the Franoonia. The captain of the Franconia has been convicted for manslaughlter, but admitted to bail. - There were only six bodies rec...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
SMELBOU.tNE. Wednesday. The body of the boy named Lawrence, drowned a day or two ago in thile Yaira, was recovered yesterday, by the explosion of tor pedoes. Tile members of tile Ministry have gone oil on another pleasant excursion, having accom panied his Excellency the Governor to Port land. " Our Boys" continues to draw magoificent hlouses, and never seems to tire tile audiences. The Lingards are much pleased with tlheir visit to Melbourne, whlere thorough acting ap peasrs to be properly appreciatcd.
BRISBANE. Tuesday, 9.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
BRISBlIANE. S Tuesoday, 91.4 p.m. At the Goaonlment hlind-oa?l to-ody 1 the cityof Brishano, thole loma-strcct lots averageod £2500 per acre. - The English Goveornment decline to rec6m mend the prayer of tile petitions sent in Augast laIt to Her 31a~esty the1 Queen, com plaining of Sir 1aurIeo O'Conoll at the O'Coieoll Centenary Banqauet, drinking the health of tle open before that of the thoei. The Colonial 'reansurer has stated in reply to deputation that he could not rcdtucq the Palmor gold escort fees except on notes, which he should recommend the Cabinet to retluce to one-eighth percent. The Banquet to the fon.eL'r. iaclistor on on Thursday promises to be a great success. Mr. Isidoro Blake, the barrister, has an nounced his intention of contesting the Logan election. Itoller's offices Ihavevoboon visited by house breaker., butnothing valuable wo?s taken.
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. VWEDNESDAY, APRmIL 26, 1870. (From our Special Correspondent,) Lire SPEAKER announced tlhe return of tie writ for thle election for Hartley, certi fying to tile return of MIr. John lHurley, as tile duly elected member. Mr. HUMRLEY at a'subsequeb t stage of the proceedings, took tlhe oath and his seat. Mr. HMan TAYLone,thlle member re-elected for Parra mnatta, also took the oath and his seat. Enabling Bill, and the Agroemnnts Vali dating'Bill; and a recommuendation was made for provision for a Temeporary Supply Bill, for April. So much of thIe standing orders were suspended to, admit of such a bill passing through all its stages in one day ir. JACOB, as a mnatter of privilege, drew the Cblonial Treasurer's attention to time fact that thie bell buoy at thIe on tranceto Nowcastle harbour, lad broken away front its'inoorings, and had not been replaced. MIr. Srunrt said hle was obliged to the hion. member for the information, and promised attention to ...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. KINu Huon, political ruler ofParnramatta, hass again resumed his seat in that Asicmn liy, and now gazes with triuinphlant scorn upon the Ministeriald tyrants who would have hurled him from his throne. There is something grannd, vwe are told, in the pranctico of "resignation;" but such honour is dite to thoso who are resigned to the loss of what thley once possessed, but which tlhey'feel cin never be enjoyed again. Such resignistions can .hardly be compared with that of a? member of Par liament who may well be resigned to the loss of his seat by the knowledge tlhat if he pleases to pay lis elo"ction expences, ihe can resmne it a?ain. "Hugley" is far fronl being a bad sort of fellow, linut his resignabtion policy is not exactly that bf Jolhn Hampden. Tun. late receptiori of .Don Carlos in London is rathler suggestive of tlhat expo rienced by tlhe Austrian tyrant (Baron IIHaynn) at thIe hands of thle Barclay acid Perkins' draymen somen twenty years ago. Thie latter ruffia...
PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
PEDESTRIANIBMP - 0ilson'e `Circes Company nappacnrsto carry a "lyer," with thom in the shlapo of an -American pedestrian, nmedDlavis;. In Aioklimlndand Christchurchl he won private matches and publie money, and in Diinodlif he has commenced ito take the conceit out of thle local " pods." . A day or two since Drake paid Davis to show him who wans the best man at lOyards.. On Fob. 20 he ran two Isatches, or rather lhe hopped one and ran the other. His flrt match wasa sdmowhat' novpl one. He undemlrtook for £5 a-side' to- hop .55 'yirds 'while this opponent (Aarons) ran 50 yards. This, howover, Aarons carried offl, withll four yards.to spare. At a aInter hour in the day the same men ?ontostcd a ihundred yards' spin foir £15 a-sido, Davis conceding eight yards to Aerous. i The IbeRotting. was two to one on Davis, and, as the result proved; might have .las·900 to 1 without r .a danger. In ring laigouage, it was ',a deoad hift'l.to the Yanleoo, wlio, on. passing his op. ponont at-50 ysrds...
Public Meeting. PROPOSED DIVISION OF THE BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
lPubilic MIeeting. PROPOSED DIVISION -01F TILE BOROUGH. AccoRDeaO to soertisbiitnllt ii -pIllie mineting of tile ratelopayers of Plattsburg was held on \Vednesday evening, at Mir. Lorey's Great Northern Hotel, for tihe purpose of receiving tile report of the deputation who' presunted the memnorial in favour of the division of the Boro6ugh to the Colonial Secretary. Tlhero was a moderate attendance, and 'Mr. D. Rees presided. The Cnu?nLoc, in openiing the proceed ings, stated that' the two principal mem boers of tile depuitatioin-M-essrs. 'fhomas Alnwick and \V. Dobinsoli--were both unimable to attend, thle former owing to an inj .uy to his log, and thle latter to an attack of sickness by which he was con finled to his bed. Under tlhese circumn stances they would have to fall back upon Mr. 'F. W. Rosy who, though not specially appointed a nuember of the deputation, was present at the interview withl the chief of tihe Goveronent, anld lie would be in as good a position to give as gaod...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Thursday, reed. 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
LATEST TELECRAMS. (Froo out Sydney Correspiondent.) SY)NEY. oThursday, reed. 9 p.nm. cir Wilfiam Manning has been appointed Judge of the Sdpremo Court, vice MIr. Justice Chooke, dece?scd., . The Exobition continues to attract lag. numbers, oveV twenty thousand persons wor present yestorduy, and t?velve thousand: to day, A body of a .womntnhme Inknodwn, was found floating.in'thoo bbour this morning. Jolm Frank, plublic hangnmum, died in tho Influiary yaestcdrdy.
The Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Ainn:a 'It being open for inIIi days, andl doing' during that timne a tirst-class busi ness, the fazair and Faiscy Fair closed last evening. Since its opening on Eister 1Ionday, thlustalll-lholders and other parties attached to it have buen exerting them solves most earnestly to dispose of the articles placed in their lhands, and the articles reliinainng are neither mLIunlerouis nlor of gre'at value. At the closiiig of the Bazzaar, a very pleasing incidenlt . occurred. Captain WAli?ns, of' the ship :Bedfordshlire, who had been' exerting himself very much during tlie continllance of the bazaar, was presented by Fthler RYN (on blehalf of at numiber of ladies iandl gentlieon) with a very oloegant and valuable case of stulled birds. In mnaking the preseoontation, lFather RYAnv said that hle hlad very greant pleasure, on behalf of several ladios and gentloelenm, in presentisg Captain WAitREN with the case of birds, as a siiall token of their respect andl esteem. Ho hoped they would all s...
Extraordinary Breach of Promise. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Extraordinary Ire;ach of P'ro mnise. AN intoresting breach c.f promise 'case will shortly 'bo tried in the Supreme Court of Dunedin (says the' Brce Herald), the plaintiff being i gentleman whoeseeks to recover £500 as, a solace to his outraged feelings. The defondl ant is a young lady who recently be came the wife of,a well-kiiown hotel kecper We have no desiro, to antici pate tile evidence that will be given, but there will be no harm ingiving an otitlinoof what wo believeoto be the filots. it appears that the defondant ocoupies 'the positioi of bar:iinmid at a certain hotel, of which !lior present husband wse the landlord. .Tlhe plaintiff fell a captive to her:char.ds, proposed, and was accepted.. Aday was fixed for the marriage, which was to take place at a 'piivata house; the company.had-assom bled, and the clergyman was irehdy to tie the knot. The brido was driven to the house by B3oniface, who was to abt as beist main .Some delay .was caused by tlhi alsencoof the bridegroom, w...
THE CAB NUISANCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
TIHE CAU NUIISANCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Morningllernld iand liners' Advocate. Sir,-I rave beon Inlformed, uinon very good ntthoritv, that tihe Shub-Ilslpetor of Police, Newcaon le, has been applied to by one who aSt fors ieconvenience anin loss in his Iusinros, re questing that the law mighlt be put it foreoto suappress, or at all evenots abate, the cab and 'busn oinlen in tluhter-street, optlosite tile Ship Itl andII Criterion lHotel, nt tlhat lohe rotfned to interfere oil the ground thait the \llnicipal Council laidt otirgo of the public Etreets and thorouighlares, and that it wos the duty of that bo:tly to take notion in tte matter. Surelythio canno ba consnlered a valid ex cuse fla declining, or rofnsing if you like, to re cogniso and oenforce tile statutt lauw of tile col ony, which oan ollicer or the police is bound, more than anyone else, to resprcb and obey. Mr. Sub-lnspector 'thorpe mnost be awaro of the existoenlce of tho Act lo Vin., No. 2, and other police Art...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
WIANTEDS.' W AN'I'TED, a Good General SERVANT Apply to Mas. POOLE, Furniture Warehouse, Hunter street. 858 IXTANT'LRD, TwO TURNOVERS to the VY JOB PrIINr?NG BUStNES?;. Apply to the GfiSco of this Paper. WTAN'TED, for WARATAII, an AGENT, V to deliver the Newcastle Morning dIerald and Miners' Adroeote. Apply at once to Oltice of this Paper. W ANTED, AT GRETA, an AGENTl fo the Newcastle Mlorning IHerald ande AMiners' Advocate, who will see to the prompt delivery of the paper every morning, act as correspondent, &e., &o. Apply at once to 1. 8. SWEET, FUNERAL. FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friends of the late MR. EUGENE SULLIVAN are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from his residence Greaves' Cottages, Blane-street, THIS AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock. WALTER NEVE, Undertaker. FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friends of Mr. James Sneddon are respectfully invited to ATTEND the FU...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
d l,;tm e NIos'N 1 rTUTeu,.-A largonnm Iherofper sonio attelnded it the 0Meehaieo' In iitlute on Tliunida eveneing to listen to thet ldebate oin thle Lanld qulefion, buit thvo met with lnoither diisapllointiutiit, for only tbout thlree imlemberls of thue debUlting chnIIs uIt ill In. alsOp~p iarce. T'his is the seconll time in suc. cesRsion thit thle tdebCto Ihas been hIoi?tponed tirovghi tohe paucity of micmnbro stteljdanre, Froti plrseot itappelnlcees no m0 ahun ost sa i thit thie IDetating Ctlio in, coiniiietion with,. tho Liiiiihtoo ltCLihailix -..Jiiititlite i-t'ilinfh of the pact. .It is t6'b(tihold thaI t tile Elocu tion Clas will ohow a ?hotter fate. .)AniK CEILEK li?i?iD(B -TIto D lrk Crekol Suslhesion I'hidgO is still in thle saie stllO Its whellll I st wsrotit aboutl it. High oup in the atir withont itly inCeans of optiroach, it it now ma i seven weeks Hineo the blnidgo was finished, but it might is well never have Lbeen comimenied, for atiny hInolitI the public hies i.e c...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
', TIA~LtLENDb. Mit. MI. -W11L.iS''" TI.:srIONTAL.-TI had th111o llcas'o todayl of inspecting thi tostilonisil to 1eo l'ecclted t1 Mr. Willis oni Tlueadoy evening neIxt. Tho lreoCent consists of a tea nod cofiee servico in silver, splendlidly orlltllantelltd, nuld of clgalolt solpo nld design. Tlh alticles contain the following lnscrip tiol :--Presented to il. \Willis by thle eongre gation of St. LIuke's church, Wallsond, as a tuflio gif thloir'rcs1lect anlld osteet:-Februn'ry "TIi, If 'ls --T 'ho Wallsend pit has wo'kedl throo anld a hIlf dayRy this welk. Co-operntiv? huItas worhud fill time to d,.to.
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
CITY & DISTRICIX E0~~* MWVAhi'lbE. • "I"?.1,T1.,. .1f',r,,,I"- Ci U'OT --There yveronhl.y two ense, on the cl,'g "sha~ l yes tcru?lo. In onoJluollie v. Silati',:for re oovcry of prolmias uhrlil. the T.!cuoliti, Act, thrue wns0no Ilppearlonle.wp tlhli~r'tico ; aluot chllrgt Ilgllillst ,[ohl Joh· olf for disorderly conduct on board the ship 1ledfordshllire, was not nubstaoitiated, there beina. no apleroaueo of thi,lOl iatcitor. P'risoner was therefore di . o argEd. PAIeFUIr, AccIr)IS'I'- On IIThursdoy ' afternonu, a lal nimed Sanmluel IFronch, whilst worldng at soame lcliiinery, got his right hilad entangled ill She cog-whreels.u.~ It was "ieioiusly hurt thle manill bones of, the heind and lilgers worelrokou, nud tlihe hand wis scvorel lacerhatd. ItH wia brought into Nwtcastl. yesterday, ild consulted'- D)r. heid, who ordered him inlto tihe Hoopitali anulllider wholie careo thie ladl will'remain. There Is-onme'dalnger .of the Illlnd having to : bo anOmIiltlted. VIrTin liA 'ile...