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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
' EW LAM WTO4N. The pit lhas worked two days nd a a half this week. Eauis.srut. -I my report oi the Nose. Laubtbon mineors' meeting, piablished in Thursdays issue, I eec that several typo graphical orror?s occur, but the most important are in eonlnection with the debate on U.head ing. lThe Is, per toll tthere meetionedshoutld s1holld reald 4s. id. and the dd.-- s. 1)EltlNtltN'It N " I EICtItI FUND.- On .Thrsday atternoon a special generl meetingl of thi New Lamltton minel.rs was held at Hardly's Ilotel, for the purpose of considering the rules of tile aboe proposed society,-Mr. J. D)onnClly in the cheir. ThIe rules woro rend over, anld disetUsed serilatim. At-tlO close it was decided tlmat they should not Ie adopted. THe principal otbjetions raised were that the rules otlty provided for the st'ppotrt of imembers sauflering from accident; sectlndly, tlhat tihe meebors who'aro nt prosent conlllleel d with other friolldly rocietics woould be cot lelled to still keep them up, as a safe....
GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
GRETA. ON Friday, the 28tli inst, an accident Sa rather sciots nahtnro acorrie td ba mniior rmied imlcard Williams, ie the Anvil Crock emfoeiy' pit. It arppears tha, diliams wres rrlo g in thie bottoni coal, anld -had :bout WO feet of tops ]ranging a t ross h d, iThe tops. gao wary, and in frllhlg i uwglit his; 1a( bruieod him .suveeelyJ aiboet tihe hleaillaid y., lIcOs goteo to sp :odildy as posseh'e, •i , pcine n aid wos soo l ita iltd. .Lruliily o bimn thle co al n iling Ieo OU ott ftram ha c(it being a vise bhrd), nnd ho, beinig t ionto tllb solid, wsns tiens eltaa of tho irasieet porteof tle col. As it i lee will be nable to work away for soeeie tilee., "Tiih pit iswnorl:hig awIy reguiarly.up eldate. ' " • ' -' To.day r th cnahl enino toole oavny he first train that ihas left the Coneta" milaior me.time. No doubt tliesight was a girti ing onec to the buosinees people of Clet. as I wss aieevidence of brtter times cominig. -
WRECK OF THE ISABELLA. ARRIVAL OF THREE OF THE SURVIVORS AT NEWCASTLE. FEARFUL SUFFERINGS AND DEATH OF THIRTEEN PERSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
WYRECK OF TiHE SABELLA. ARRIVAL OF THIREE OF TIlE SITR -VIVORS AT NEWCASTrLE. FEARFUL SUPFFERINOS AND DEATIH OF TIIRTEEN PERSONS. SroN thlfuringilg of. tile Compatrick, and the account of the frightful experinces of the cruiv, no such drodhful suflbring and nlxioty has boon. recorded tas that of a lioxtion of the crew "f-tlhe ship Isabolla, wrecked on the 4th of July, 187t. Tce iccounts, of tile wreck, given by tihe captain of tho vessel, 'as ptiblishelcd soml0e months ago, and it was gonerally believed that,. except those wHie had ireached a civilized land With him, ell the crew and paWsongers"eof thd ill-fated ?ship had p?Sriished. This, howover, as will be found, wss not the ease, :'ft i yesterday thiee Europeatn arrived in port' ill the Mary Mildred, ba'quo, frlltl N?ltnmea, and ]hvo furnliched us with full pai;ticulars of theirrfightful suflerilngs, priations, and anguishl -of mlilld,such as ilo one would think a human being capable of jsearing, the death by thirst ud starndtio...
THURSDAY, APRIL 27TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Tnumun v, A'Por, A 27'1 18711. linisters stated ill answer to questions: 'o distinction was illade ill regard to sting holidays to tile workmen in tile lic department of thle irailways. The ~ey due to tile neln for clothing short Ssomne time ago had hot beooen given as 1, as tlhe vote for 1875 was oxhnaustod, provision had boen mlade on thle us ttes. Arrangemenlts were being miiade lhe supply of uniforois to tile men, as as they were required. Thle fines edto the railoay men had been into tlle public revenoue, and the s due to tlhe railhay fiuoos Id be paid on aplplication. Tlioso 'nlcen who woreo entitled to holidays in and did not got tllhem, are allowed o this year. Should a reported ion emont in the clhannel at tile Clarhunco r not be permanent, a dredge would ent there. An -additional slnn'id 000 lhad beeon placed on the estimates able tile Governnont to construct ings for the safu kIeping and propel' oI of thoe prisonors to be employed on cork of constructing a harbour of o in...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
DEATH. BURNAGE. — At her residence, Church-street, New- castle, on Friday, the 28th April, 1876, Blanche Vergin, the eldest daughter of Thomas and Vergin Burnage, aged tweny-one years. 404 The Newcastle Morning Herald &nbsp; AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, APRIL 29TH, 1876.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
FUNERALS Conducted in the most respectable manner, and at a scale lower than any other firm in the District. A Splendid Hearse. NB. — All Furniture made on the Premises, a Well-Assorted STOCK of which is ALWAYS ON HAND. Carpets and Oilcloths sold and laid, if required. All articles at Sydney prices. Furniture of Every Description made to order. All kinds of work neatly repaired, and at the lowest price. A. ROBINSON, 45 WALLSEND. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
.WANTEDS. WT~AM'llnD, ~o od fEtGmOlv aENERAL SERV~ANT, to a. rolioblo prraoo. F~irt~l~laos wan-o will plo id. A~pP'S JlJNO~ION INN, GloblE: 392 Lombto Collery. 81! l Moiigor. Lemlit lColi~. 28llBpl,18;6. .. 394 (T AN'riI), a Good G~en.rl SERVANT - Apply to 3hns. POOLE, Furniture Wnreho':s, Hluntetr street. 353 W ANTED, for WARATAll'i, nn AGENT, to deliver tho Xerwcastle lorning loerlld old rlineru' Adroecte. Apply at once to Oflice of tlhis PIper. W ANTVII, AT Oll'rA, an AGENT fo thao Newcatle dern?'nUll Iertdld and aliner.' Advocate, lwho will seo to tlhe .prompt tldeliry of tile paller every mor,?ig, act au correspondont, Re. &EA. Applyd at osce to o oJ. NI. SW.'ET, TENDERS NEW WESLE"T'AN CI'UROCH, TI''NDERIS wnlted for new Sents p to-SAT - URIDA NEXT". For particularn aply to "-. Mt'. J. CROPLEY, Archiiteot, Newctstle, or to Ioev. W. RIOUSON, Warntah. MINERS' ANNUAL PICNIC. APPLIrCATIONS are hlereby invited for Hilght to Irec' TWO ItIFRE-HMENT.. Ilti?O'lIS. Alo, FOUII CAK...
TELEGLAPHIC SUMMARY. LONDON. MARCH 17. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
TELEGLAPHIC SU'?bLARY. .LO s nDON. cMAnC,1l7. Sir Daniel Cooper has left for America, to snperintentanngcmend cenctled witill tili INew South Wales tdepartment at thne Philadel - phia Exbiiti, an also to confer witli til Amoerican Pacifilo Mail Steam Coi aoalt tl niee andi New Ysok, and other matters affecting the improvemenlt o this unsatistictory service; Sir Doanicl is accompanied by lis aecod son, he will afteranrda proceed to Sv0'dey. It is ranonared that the Freotic Government intend to annex apaotian of the greop aofialand ssociated with ltho detlhs oef lislop Patterson and Commodore Goodrnoulh. Captain aloreshy hIto juat pllhi.kOd a twa enolumewockon New Gtiteta, weh is a wrelcoma eontribution to oar scnot knowledge of that island. TIwo New Zeolund pr~vlnelial a, per cent. manna of £100,000 each have heen successfully floated at ahout 102 sod upw~ards. aThT Navy Estimates amount to £12,288,872, teiu annereneeoft £453,078. Se r hero was a conversa tion tbh tis Lords o chain c...
Newcastle Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
Newcastle Borough Coluncil. THE following is the ]usinoess Papor to be brooght forward this evening, M. onday, lot May, 1870 ;-. . - To confirm minutos of previous mooting., Correspondeuco (including potitions and re ports and orders theloeon" " QUESTIONS.-. . - Ahldorman HANitrflnto Bok,- Thc totao amount of arrears of cites up to Febrnaiy, Tie total amount of an'ers of rents duron orces of * Ittarliet Sqoarooalloinoonta, tulfebnoury, 1O8t5.-., 'mcl aonirot or tncosro ,lcel~vafld fromo ites for tfro year endinge lot Feirroory, 1 070, " . :..,. Thie asoun ut spot on peomanent improvements dur Alderman Thorn to ask .Wlrat'in thrrrecson thu berbinrr and "gutfeefog in Ilatlway otreet f irs riot Ireen fol dorrn aororsinc • "tortreooetitionprsoscdlrytfhis Cmornier motn a Ily efhoro' tintseti~o~uis rras tre 1rirbllc Welt suink fir ltoneyriehit Wared rirstead of Moeaqnrriefo.'WOrf r teartie 0dbdretllws' unItaer•oietoriag to fthin plan anrdr~folrtioriof tlis CornireltI' MIOTIONS IN I'UESUAN...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
LAMSBTON. SUDDIN ATh'riO. -On Friday even ing last infoamstion was brought to Dr. Hill and Constable Frize, at Lambton, that,3iclie asel Quinn, a free Folector, at Tickhole, had heen found dead in his pIddoek. On Satur day afternoon, the Distract Coroner, Dr. Hill, Conatable Frizo, and a party of gentlemen, went out to the residence of deceased, whero an Inquest was held before the following jury: W. T. Dent, (Foreman), G. Greenhill, P. Hanson, Asdrew Battie, and lRirhard Groves.. After viewing the body, the following evidence was taken .--Ann Quini, deposed: I .am the wife of decrosed; the body just viewed by the jary is tlht of my husband, Michael Quinn; at abont half-past five o'clock yesterday morn. ing my serrautt boy went down tho paddook to bring up a tun of water; wheni he came back' ie said lho had seen Mr. Quinn lying in the paddock, by the garden side, as if asleep; 1h0 boy said lie had rcalled oat to him, but had received no answer;- I. went down inmmediately to where be...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
SloLWALLSEND. Son oo v or Aovs.-Since the fort-. nightly debateoin conncction with this insti tution were discontinued, there has been a dullness in connection with the place, which has attracted: considerable attention. Theo debates were postponed a little before the Christmas holidays, with the understanding that they would be resumed in ?Jaiunary. April has jsst opited, and as yet there is no sign of a rehtor tothe debates.' Perhaps the committee will look to this, and see that tho institution does nol sufelr from the want of one of the principal attractions of this insti. tution. HiousS FmED.-WO observe that pumpkins are being .vended, in thl'town is' horsefeod, and we are told the.horses like them. Siess the great rise in feed, thereohas beels quite a continmous complaint kept up about the cost of horse keeping, and several persons have parted with one or more of their horses en that account. As tlb grass has not yet attained a suffilcient growvth to afford much feed, the iutro...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
. ilPPIPNG IN PORT. 8mips. Bedfordshire. 1155, \arren. R. B. Wallace, agent; Horse-shoe, to sail for San Francisco Corona, .199, SirnolIan. B. B. Wallace, • -agent. .treani ; to load lamoton :omononwealtli, 1345, Cooper. Bingle, Waite, lind Co., agents; loading at No. 4 CrHne, WYallend, for San Francisco Conflidct,'1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co., agents; to load, Meaars. Brownv a coal E'.llen Gondey,,914, Perry. B.B. Wallace, agent ; loading at No. 6 crane, Wallsendi, for Ssn Francisco Firth of Clyde, 824. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents; cargo whanr discharging Invotern>, 744, Foreman, lingl, "White, Sand Co. agents lltrendale, 1230, Brown. R. B. Wallace, agect -loionta, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent * Olive, 846, Davis.' Bingle,:White, and Co., agents; Horseshoe. to sail for San Fraaoisco Salisbuir, 1095. Case. B.B. Wallace; agent i stream ..,, ,... - SS' enn. Skellettea (Swedilsh), 768, Nylon. Cini Ile. White, and Co., agents Sir Lancelot, 886, Hrleburn. J. and A. B ru...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. Norlori TO CnuueronNDENTa. - "Nowcastlo."--Wo will willingly insertt your letter if you will aUllow us to aflix your own name (or that of any gentleman sharing your opinions) instead of your nono.de.plume. IIi:LE ,ATUI-ll-T i third match fOr prizes presented by members of the Now castle olunteer Rlilles and severel gentlemen of the city camb off on Saturday lst. Quarter-manster Sergeant Asher was the winner upon this occasion, with 47 points. Annexed aro the scores: Prlhet.ile omow cop. Tomar r ith e ?New?tllied irn .1. .3 ..1 b W ... ro hltiod... 30 .1, I ... 5 .13.. I unhorE.Ul, 5.,. 1r ... 10 ... 4 Ulutha ...... 103 .. 12 ... h .s.3 0 a r unqer ...... 15 ... 0 ... 0n .,ri3n.., an Otib uon ... 14 ,.1 ... 0 ... ii ... 0 O Lieur.ion ...1 ~ ..30 ... 0 .... ...o| (1.21.honte... li ... 17 ... 11 ... -)..3 bisaieu to. r mtl ... ,. 10 ... 0. ... Aus .t sleuthr ... it ... 10 ... ... - ..4t Oco.n'ateilrpy..3 0 ... 13 ....30 .,. . 38 1cnlshiebt rowha .. 1...
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
(BY ELECTRIC TELnORAr1.) SYDNEY. AIRRIVAL .-AIathL 29. floenuthmr. steamer, 262 tons, jeal, from Rockhampton. 232 i nsto. t Hero, steamer, 8:1 tons, Logan, fzom Auck land, 23rd instant April 99. Chooabs, barque, 284 tons, Walker, from Moo itins. 9tl March Jessie Kelly, schooner, 145 tons, Woodcock, from Rockhanmpton, 23rd instant htlo ith, schtooner, 142, Longworthy, from Iaobort Town, 23rd instant
ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876
ADELAIDE. Frday. Lady Kingston, wife of Sir John Ifingston, is dead. Bishop Short has.boon appointed Chancol lor of tho University, and Chief JuoticoWapy Vice-Chancellor. A verdict was returned for plainteS in tho black pal case d ges, £1800.. S"Ielo ?hip 1erl is e tagorod to load wheat for Lohdo?s, t ?77A . ' "4. The A tpa-Ch6noral's quaroorly, rotulns obow an expienditure for tho qearter onding March, £7800 less than the correppoiidiig qUnarer list year, but for tho year it is £38,000 more than tHso procodsng year. ,heat So doll at 4 . dtp *, lId afloat. Tho absoenco of English telegrams still stops Inssinces.