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MORPETH RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
ldORPIETII. RA1LWAY 'ACCO3lo',IATION. -Torlnoennaro now bIusilyongagOd in lllingllf down on old lidiling noear tho Nortlilllnherl and 1H(treet railway platform, Morpell, on thm site of which is to bo orcted ia witing room passengerol', &. This improvolnot hias ]crn lonlgrequired, and thosolwho travel onl tile Morpolth lino-Will doubtless appreciato tihe notion of the Department in tho malter. Bovoral lnrrow ccnpeos from aerious necidonts htiav occurred at thie locality, owing to tho iniltflicioloy of nccommodation as at present oexiiting.-ierrmorU .U.. The 'Timaru Hert ld staltes that owing to tho intorruplion to the shipping oporations caused byth lo ng spoil of nnfavouablo weao thor at preosent being oxpoerioncod, the stores in town ara blocked up withl grain owatting for oxportation. Tlio Sorvicos aione lav .at least 20,000 'snacks awaiting ships,- and the stonlm altogeother muot amount to ovor 10.000 scks. Th?o greator portion of this is for ship mnllt to Dunodin. itis s...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
NOTES ANDIEVENTS (scans OUR SYDNEY CORiiiiSPONDENT.) JAc I'?rTUH is sdutad That imfl fros1 - tioinaiy, lwhosu missio l hiro was a d:eath dealing one, who l.hs whisked'ot ill mauy m unmfirtmiato wrotch whoaii tthollaw I n i its intisiite: wmisdolm had said was not lit to livd has hiiemUlf gone iintu thU grat.bhiek) hunigry vauilt, iiiYliihai to keepl ebmlpiliy with some of thIe congeniail spirits; whomi hle had seot before hiint - Poor Jack ! Hel lived ail dicl like a dog. Tihe bottle w.s not less true to its iision of deathl w;th .Taick tiian hle himself was wits h his wrelchled im.chiinery of tIrsp-door alld nloose. Hisl last subjset wasi Ois hiinans-a ddeidcd indignity to a resp?ctaiblo hangmanii, bu"t JAck i lud John a.re niest cii equall tarls with, iperhaps, ; smllu baleca ofcisflect albility t the ?d?leit of the cl1estial.' Jacki wase originally ias sailor. Possibl- if eras fro t a lingersingriiffectic o for his1 pra.fes sional cognomeniiii thlmt induced him ito ac clpt the de...
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
ADELAIGD . Wednesday. At a banqouet given to foinisiers last oven inlg at VWallaroo, Mr. Iloueaut stated that the policy of theopresent Government was the ex tension of railways for tile developmelnt of tlie interior, and to attal~lho important districts of Rlivorina; thle olnstruction of jetties to ompeto with Siydney and M[elbourna in at tracting large vossels, which do not at present visit the colony; free trade, which will place the miorelhnts on an eilpal footing with those in other parts of the world; the impolsition of stamp and snccession duities, with a faiil ad ditional tax on the propo~rtied classes, to on able the Governmloit to liop the revenue ip to the dxpondituri,'inmoot the payment of ill tereat, and the coiit of introduning immli grants. Mr. 1Boucait hopes tGlt within the next live years the population will bo in oreased bIy 100,000 and le also hopes, if the railway iproposals anre carried olt, in five years they will iogiii the constrilation of an intercolonial li...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
.. SlIPPINt IN POUT. Surrs. B2dfordrhire. 1155, Warren. II. D. Wallace, agecnt; IIore-shoe, to sail for San Franosero Curoan., 110, Sraclhanl. I.' B. Wallnce, Saog t. ltreot i to loud laioloool . t?tonolilwaltli, 1345, "Cooper. Bilngl, ..tlite, nnld Co., aeonts; loddiog at N. I Conne, Wallscad for sni Fral:iiceo Confllicr, 1871, llnrdy. Binle, \\Whito & Co., ai.c;lts; to loud, Messrs. Brown'a coal ii lloii>Gotd , 914, Perry. 1 .11 Wallace, .?,-UniT : lulig"l it No. i craoe, Wallsend, olb I"t FrantcicoO L F irhof Clvde, 824. C. F. Stokig and Co, Iriverernc, 74,i iForen.on. Ilinglo, White, nlld Co. ngeoats uiii, 027, Pearco. G. Iewison, agent tIli'e, 840, UDvis. Bllnle, White, and Co., celllts; No. 2 crnle, loaded . S.alibury, 10'5. Case. ll.B. Wallace, ngent; t's leons Shellettec (Swcdilsh), 768, Nylen ]lio.lle, White, end Co., ,giiietit.s - , 1 0ir Lancelot, 8SG, llepburn. J. and A. IBrown, uioenit; ballast jetty, to load, lit NI 2 Cciie. Mesrsesllrovhowl' col. Silver. I'...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
SM1EIeOUIesE. Wednlesday. At thie ilchest on the botdies of Mills and his ifeo, who died fromr thei offuts of buarns received at Wiodsor, by. their house taking fire a verdit of acidenoetll doithl bas tro turned. Tho evidence showed that botllwro addictecd to drink. hAn application wnas nado, annd a writ of husita corpsis ganted, to brilng up the body f Sullivan, tho NOiw Zcaland murderer, who is npplying for his discelargo to-mnorrour. The writ is returnable to-morrow. A lad nmod Russel has beeoon nrrested foi firing at a Ohinaman near Narmwading. A very rich quartz reef has boon discovered in the dividiing rage between Seardalo and Liiton.
Imports. April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
:Inlports. . jApril 28. Ex Dridenong' (. s.)) from. Melbourno-2-i casks butter, orli r ;.8 cases biscuits, Coheon and Co.: 23 Iackagei, Dawson; 150 bags potutoe, order 40 cases fi uit, IBurke; 1 c?se zinc. Ex Sairh Atlin, 202, ;bltechalfF Ireland; 21• cnsas frit UllaIl 1 puckag6 samples, Wood roas.: 1 bale pl.per, ILwfson. lix Sil'or,iirgle,, frodm London, via Sydnoy 497 cnmt iron pIipes, Newcastle G0s Co., r cast pti onid 35 packages. ix Hoisiphornls.- frono W'allaroo-304 tons copper rm.', Ht It. Copper Works i: Clarat .l.,rgnrtves, from MoIelbonrne-'28 blis polatoes,o10 kegs butter, 250 bags potatoce nall '2lo bsag chlflf, order E:x Edlwin nIslet',from WVeliington-10 idon tasla, DI WVlltainams . \
BRISBANE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
BRISl3A~.E, Wednesday. M[r. Andley Cooto has made three distinct offers to the Queensland Government to dulplicata the wholo oyatnm of tolograp cables and overland lines betwoen Adelaido and London, anid asksa thie Queensland Govern moat to join in thoguarantoo with .thei Governonots. - The rumour that Sir 2Laurieo O'Connell will probably be alppointed Governor of Western Australia has been contradieted. Thie Normablly las arrived at Town?o villo. Thie Brisbanue left Townsvilloe at day light, Warwick Rnaecos.- Warwick Handicap:. Nomo 1, Gomma diVerga colt 2, Wanderee 3. Governor's Cop: Lnady. Leo 1, Nowbolt 2, Chanco i, Prodnee Stakes : Beto Noir 1, Mosello 2, Bolivor 8.
(From the Sydney Papers.) BATHURST. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
(From the ,S'ydney Papers.) IIATHIIUILST. Vledneasdav. 'The Circuit Cort has baeen oengaged aill (ay3 in tryigh a n case of aipo against ono 'IThomas'lll4a'i t. The lirisn-er was indicted for colutitting the oifence upon his own daughter, a child of cloven vear of age. Dr. Ilas.ett's orevidence wont'fo sHiow tlet such an olfleneo hadlet beeln pirletnted lupon the girl. Tlhe prisoner was dlefended hby. Mr. D. lclnlmn. Tho girl was proved utterly un truthful iand with inlllllorl tendencies. Mr. uchllanall nllldO onll of tl most eloqutlellnt anil touching aippeals on behalf of the prisoner oveor heard an Jiathi'ust. The jury acquitteal the pri-olner, who was dischairgiled, ' Jcluh Itowson, charged wit horso-teatcling, was acquitted.
DEPARTURES.—APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
D1~I'ATURES.-APrurL 28. Somerurt,'steancr, for Cooktown, A prpceller screw. singularly origin"l ini at ulti re and theory, has beenti invented by.Dr. .1. Col:is Browsno lli is fur-laded, but it wouhl eo imlposJel I to convey n idea of ti, shape of the blndee witholt sling:rsimls -Thea I"lfct pro doued by its rcvthitio iN to ejeei a rope of water, hiehl is tihro n unlt at right anIgles ill the dsrension prqpelled, bhy o hicis mones I" mix. imum.epressre is obtaintctd upron the watr dis ptaeve y the prop.ller. 'The direct nction of tis sire Iractienllv serves 0a u rddeilr-that is. if thd iel is IItshelod amidships, the vessel ivill toke II truight course, and pursne that course witbhout swerving by so mush as tile trec tiont of a moint, though shel be unninu atlhrart i current of any velocity. Further, It has beens stho ui Iv ropeaoted experiments that this iro peller sl tol a vessel in Icr own length, t1e% eonler sctiots being ircisely syvnomymious with· tile directnetio:,--i .rgus. ...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
SHIPPING. PORT- OF i-fWOdASTLB. ARRIVAhS.--Arntl27. Clnra Ilol'rriives, blirllo, f138, blhrk, from , M tb. llirl.o lal ilst. t'tLII. Wnllheo, iioelt .llalir1, brn|l'g'oi :144, iloyd. Irom Melbourno 22 dl inst . I . \ Wllnac. iglnt APRIL 28. " Oddiliok, aohoonllr. 277, : l.-tiston, from Bris bane. 2lserisot. G tlewisuk , agoi nt . . MI. tt.t 011, Alme o0.n clhoioner. 707, Olrti'i, tfronm .nilobourne ,2iid inst. G. Mitcholl S Itry?Mildred, barque, tIO, Brown, from eSor Caldlonia. 11 . \Wtlltace, ngent CoASTwlrHE.-April 28. hiitlu?ld (s..).. KLiublI (as ), Duolienlield, 'Wrallotal (s), IitIl Si.oxlli' (a.), from ll Sthl.v ; • OrtlU0311, irUoll IIICIIIUIIl lilvtol, ojit|'3,Ol)0O
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
SHIPPING. EWOASTLE STEAISIIP COMPANY. I.MITD.) : S -Sydifey Exhlibltioni e s. , ,KCEldiLA will r?iun nt SOaNGLE .ARES OR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL FRIDAY, 12TI MAY INCLUS1VE. SALOON.............. J2"1 6d. STEElIAGE...... : . 76*d. ariong Sydney Every Night ant 11.30 pnl. (Saturday nd Sunday exceplted). , eaving Newcastle Evelry Morning at 10 n.m (Sunday and Monday oxeepted). -I. D. PORTUN, M3nagerr, ice~-lolnter-street, Newcastlr, Oth?Al;ril,' 1870. 193 'SULLIVAN iND CO.'S PATENT SLIP.&lt; NEWOASTLE. ttltPS of the Largest Class taken op for EPAIRS, RE-OLASSING, SURVEY, cc. Iron Ships cleaned. S:ipwrighta' and Smiths .rk performed. . Spa's nnd all other ship's materials in stdok. An Fzperieneed Diver, with diving appa-, ?,uon hnd.l~ - T. O'SULLIVAN & CO, Proptitors. PUBLIC NOTICES. UNICIPAL DISTRICT OF LAiIRTON. Applications l(for-tlhe olicoe of Council Sur yor will be received up to a Ip.m.TURESDAY, ay 2nd. Applicants to slate teinms. by per "&yor per' Ceetag...
DEPARTURES.—APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
DEPAPITURES.-Arii'. 28. .ar n AIn, barque, fbr aMlelhillre F ? =D" .'o',hivrgilli brig, 1Lr Napier - £.n'1v ltoel;, ,hr1 B?, ibm I lo ,art '['ow ( .ivta Da;visJ, I.tarquel, or Aclhau?nlo ffoutherln Cross, schqoiler. Ior',dela do Pr.o=,1ctoi', barquo, for Lov-ha Flirli?, slhoouer, for L.ttelton Clo.\ j Tvrls.-- Aprit 28. Pirillibiot, loemhl.t (si ),: ooonona (.), anli Mo path (s,o.) for Sydnay.
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
?IE LI?OURNE. Tlie Governmuint InlIbl~iCnilg every pacoago. of Stevenson's goodso, anud great rxcitt!iotqll i thlo result. Frowell has writteu a fresh letrter to Cornm missioner of Customs, stating that Stovenson'o: letteis, per IBangloro will contain fmraudulejit invoices. T'Iho Ano. urges tlhat tho Government have lost prcstigo through not opening the letters. All thoe Melbourno nerchants areo on the tip too of expectancy, and tim peo0pl clamour for full particulhrs of tlh caso. Thi National Reform Lenaguo is debating tho question of annual 1'arlibuments, lut tho genotml impression is that they would l'ove a farco. The Governor hals been contmsting Vic torianl railhriy prograess with Nl~w South Wales and other colonies, Ind bIlioLves tlhat Victoriam Gdtoverrnrent aro behind us in many importalt respects.
Fearful Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
FealulI Oultrrage. A DREADFUL outrage is reported to have been committed by a band of masked men, at Wiggan's Patch a small mining village between- lIahoney city and Gilberton, Pennsylvania. A body of mnen, numbering between thirty and. forty, canne up from tile direction of" Gilberton, and halted in front of the house of a widow named O'Donnell, who keeps an Irish boarding house. Entering the house and proceeding up. stairs, they enconutered a woman niamed MI'Allister, daughter of Mlrs O'Donnell, and shot her dead. Thle mother was aroused and appeared at thie door, whenc a pistol was immediately levelled at her. One of the party saved her life, but could not prevent hlier beingknocked down by the bullet of a revolver. Tile party then entered a room where four mou named Jas. M'Allister, Chas O'Donnell, Johin Pureoll and James Blair were sleeping and took them from their beds. Purcell they tied to thie bed and took thie olther three down stairs M'Alis ter made a bold and successful a...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. THI walr botweeni the Government and the jMessrs. Stevonson is liling carried on with unabsted vigour, although the indi cations of physcical resistance are not so prominent as previously. The majesty of tihe law has been vindicated by thle arrest of tihe faithlful henlchmanul who symbolically struck a blow at the Crown, by knocking in the crown of .the hat of Her Ma:josty's Collector of COst6ms at tile iuomorablu siego of Collius-streut. On cih other hsind, the proverbial inglorious uncertainty and indecision of the Customns regulations are made manslifest by the timid policy of thle Govrinmsnut in husi tating as to open th!o.Stuvenson cor *rcspondonce or not. Her Majcsty's Ministers of the Crown in Melbournu seem to lmvu aI wholesoume dread of the indignation which followvd the attoempt of Sir James qrami to iitroduco the Secret Letter Dopartnment, which lhe atvowedly instituted for the purpose of opuning and re-sealing letters from suispected cor'css pondents. This ...