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Waratah Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
lfaraitah ilmlaiicipnl Coaoucil. The above Council held their usual fortnoghtly meeting lost Monday oven ing. Present: Tile Mayor (C. Harper, Eoq.), Aldermen Tlirne', Wallace, Mlarriott, Watson, MllhMichael, and Kerr. 'ITle minutes of last meeting were read nod confirmed. CORESPONDENooE. The Council Clerki rdad'the nsnal outgoing correspondenco. 'IIT I ON, A petition reod, from the ratapayers ofP'qNeW Town, drawing attention to the dangerous state of the Mlain Road. Referred to the Improvement Cuom mittee. Circular and Memorial read, from the Conncil Clerk of Albhry Munici polity, requestint tha cooperation of the auncil in trying to procnro increased endowmnent for Municipal Councils. Adopted, and ordered to bo signed by the Council. I Lctter rca', from i.r. Si.. tepcns I rilurig [. .t3maCnunrj)1k.Lt'R . .Uff *b'~t onfcr made by hiim to supply the Coun cil with stones for the construction of roads, streets, &c., and directing their attention to certain portions of the Munic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
'a: iiow boinlg ~' itlituto iii timu I opoe that thoe 'aoted by tonrhia an outfit, ill this to find now that btlo if ilikio Hil utieon which eon il peCevO nn insur ion hos been tokbn e, thi coudition to the ' sttomteut, whilch it aim particulabrl of rreeilatO ShIr tho ouarlor, niet ifihows H its ald. to our credit on the .ttreglhihy avalt hmonsblvo. of ipponity of eellowlidgfing hieal to Dr. ST. I.ionggs, ao D. oavie. for the entertaiin in aidl of ttie fiuds of the 9Ue1eit quiiter thiere hohet bee et ovhich i[r. Alcoehi lttonllth 8, ir. Finch 10, and Mr for tho titlutcr inhling o1s oInfost quarter .. 18 Icing thi lurter 'O tt • . 78 cured i.. 6 74, £001 4L 1 '11 31 r~BB £31";bJ 10 .0,2.10o £17~r5 8 0 brought Vnii of Mi'. ojll rolou of ubrof Iliuy did; dia flicutra onof thue OMIINT. elect a ol hol currulit .66 2 gFinlch, anld 8 47'Chanirinall, .41 ·-. ·w·-. odo. * ~ ii~ nro ~vsiopend vono \ C to kccp Amldcrznon ML~ock olso, - m mooting, ota] that ho ~t\iayor) "hod 90Ur1]OasCOeO power...
Sickness from Defective Sewerage. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
Sicl ness from Defective v ? Sewerage. . Tiit general opinion conccrning the large namius t of biceness prevniling about Serry lsils, and other of tie elevated part. of t.hc city, whIich, on account of their position, might of a certainty bo consieredi healthy, is that oxplaonatiso of the caune is found ic; the statement onade hy Mlr. Johl' Young, at thl Masonio .all meoting on Tuesday evening, to the effect thot the+ noxious gases rising from the festering matter that has accumuilated in the dcfectiro sowcrs are blown up by the strong winds from off tile water, and so affect the inhabit+ anmts. Exemplification of this is found in tlm following circumotances. A family residing in a house in Surry Hills, directly opposite a sowier opening, have mornings fter morning during the late hot wcatuer, risen sith a remarkable languid feeling, rnd with at least tro of their number strongly inclined to vomiting. On three or four occasions wshen tile doors of the house, after the ihot day, were...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
MEDICAL. - p •o N A S i[, (iuor the lat nine ,,'ears Surgeon to the I.pper Goulburs District Ilespital, Victoria), WALLSEN'D. 31 iTllE Great FAMIIILY MEDICINE 'J•OF AUST'rI A. HIOIBS' CAMOMI[LE AND DANDE LION PILLS. Took~, Aiprriso col/ .S'reoyitheniug. From asl porits of tIle Colony the Proprietor Is constantly receivinug most Flattering Testi moeials as to thue Ellaeay of theso Splendid Pills. Their acliou on tims Liver nod other im onrtanst orgsns to 0) promplt, decided, sod tllicacious, thaut it ic imopassiblo for anyone suf fering frost Liver Alfeetioun Slid IDisorders of sits Stomach to take them snittout recoivinug ilunmediate and lpesransent rolieft Ticy give Tonu to thu Sytem, Purify the Bllool, anl.nsuro ileahtli. Strengtlh, and Vigor to the Most Eutcebled Coustiaution; and us tusy contain so Mercury, but are Composed oft-ho Pnrest Vegetabht Drugs, thsey may be taoes with stauty by ths? assist delicato feeslo. Solo Proprietor- iv. .J. liOnits. CHEMIST & DRUGGIST, N...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
T'o tlelslitsr efth~s kxtlj~le'Mo~i i ssIcrufd Sili,---Sinco the tinsdlwlhen the ·sum of 300 was piecpd on tie. Estimates as an ansnual salasiy [Or a Co&(6Ler for NOwcastle, I have boon o ctinmg t? se ssnome of those wloso duty itls to sysiteli over the inte rests of the plublic tak- the matter up and protest sgains such a piece of extrava sauce. I findln the recrts of tle debates in fhn Assesi up1os?sell iUem, thatit w:si nall edt , li[ yreassn of the ?c-ci dents iin tie moines, th- -duties of Coronser iso Newcastle were exc stional; and one of your eobntemporsuios this simorning fol loss in 'the same strain, insd doubts tle wisodon or justice of tfI action of tisose tweisty-one sIsesibers who voted against the itemn. Now, lot siy seusiblo person look at tie facts of thu ease, anid judge whether tlese twenty-ois mssosbers were iot racting in the interests .of the public and iii strict justice to the gentlemusn who set as Coroners in otler "parts of tle colony. I believe I s...
The Illawarra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
Tle Ihclllwarra R:ailway. Iv will soon become dangerous for Mr. Dibbs" to address a Nowcastle audienceo on th~e above proposed little bit of log • rolling, judging from the accompanying extract from the Sydney correspondent of the Brisbane Telegraph of tho 25th i ult.:--Mr. Dibbs has been addressing some enthusiastic meetings, in and near Newcastle, against the proposed Metro politrin and Illowarra Railvay, and the interested parties in the Illaworra scheme are exceedingly wroth with him. They think hiss anything but a gentle man, while he does not core two strawsv *,whatlthoy think him. From a member of the Assembly I have heard that cer tan members represen ting consititueosies on the Southern coast made a ilerce onslaught upon the giant of WYcst Sydney. in* the smoking room of the House." The language which these excited and disappointed politicians ap plied to their fearless enemy was vigorous and graphic, and as uncomplimentary as your jeaders may imagine. The scone drew .a goo...
To the Editor of Newcastle Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
To the Editor of Newcastle Nlorning JIerald 'Siln.---In this morningi edition of your paper I see it stated tlhaiiti fracas had oc curirod oil board of , .ny ,'i e el, between soein of tlhe Goverll, llt ·'oineactor'u men and the other trinii nv',-.. As master of theio v.ii. I most empla tically deny this, as . i, -hi -*ll's men and Mr. Scott's men wol:i iti .im oniously to gotlier in triiiimilig .lti 1 .I, whlile tlhio: woits ainy coal to t.'i:, : , w lien tlhy caseodt putting iln c tL? YKcil tl?t quio-ly on shore. In jiuttice t tt lr Cri of 'oth sangs, please give this p tion, 'and li Yours, fni ,ftY) MARSHIAL Maste Icr, shi ll Noi,,tallo, N.S.W.,B II Ai, - thl, 18763 .- '
Warning to the Press Gang. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
Warning to tiLe Press anng. u Tns?it.Z. Tiees of the 17th ilt. has the following jeu d' esprit, which may not be out of place at the present jour nalistic crisis in Ncwcastle:--" Tle competition for news between certain literary men whose work is made public of an evening is very great. Two of these gentlemen,. who act as editor and man of all work at tile same journal respectively, are not in the habit of hiding their lights under bushols; on the contrary, they continually boast • their own explertness at street corners and wherever two or three are gathered together. It is gratifying, therefore, whenever their owns estimate of them selves can be disproved. tOn Monday the editor rushed frantically to the loan •of all work and said, 'l urry away now to the top of Cuba-street I overheard Downiglh of the------telling a police man that a body had been picked up in a backyard there ; that there were sus picions of foul play, nod that lie was off" to cut us out by mnainig quite a sensa t...
Labour in Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 April 1876
Labour ill Tasmatsnia. A COIITrESPONDEINT from Laonceston, Tasmania, writing to the .Bris?ante Tele graphr, alrch 25, says :-" Oar tin ventures, that is, the smaller ones, worked 'on the co-operative principle, are producing very satisfactory results. Labour, hdwever, is very scarce, and ?hat there is of it is of very inferior quality. Old mecl, orer sixty, ask tis. Gd. and 7s. per day of nine hours ; thly would not earn it iu eighteen hours, even working at their mlaxilaum pres sure. This a serious difficulty, and will affedt all interests here. Oar wheat crops are threshing" tist very badiy, 12 and. 14 bushels to the acre being about the average yield this season, while last season. the avelage was about 40 busliels, . Tie, taken together with, the higl; prike of laboer, and low price of -grain, will cause much distress in tihe Western district. Many of the larger land-owners are devoting themselves so raising stud stock for export, and dropping cereals altogether, owing to the gr...
NEWCASTLE POLICE CORT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5TH, 18[?] (Before Mr. Shaw, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
NEpWRCASTLE IIP'RLICE (3 ItT. t?oVEN:eS).\, APeL pitr, 1 (,eflrto Mr. Shaw, I.P.) lilt ltiN/tcNNVIe. Four persots ore dealt with. S FAS.AUI.T'tN(I A I'OL1U01AIN William T.Lyl?tr, previutmly c01 led of drunketnoett, wsas chr.tte.l with tinig ContrIble Sihearer, whil~t in the outio of his duty, at Newcatle, Ion tdhe f inst. SPrisolller was convicte:d·, tt ot t tt lily a line of £5, or to le inpr btid in IMaitland gtol for one Imtothti. INtUILTINGt LAN .I"tIdt. Ylr( .. .)I -j ~ ::.I .~~~l Thonuta Kinnairti sats chary sowilh uting ittlett lttigalago in Slerplitet strottl, on it ::rd instant. Comnpl:inaln dtposcd that on :t l inst., ale was itn 3icrwcither-stl, - twcen Blanc-strecu t ndl thie Railtt:ros ing. Defendant was there, itlti it? P ose Isaac Hlickls called her a i ulgntames thr'oo thime.. ?i ly tlefcntluit : 'iho railway gattitttitt re n ytids olf Blate astreet, itt loro INllcr-trdot. o/flofendant wa~s ordlored to pa oy bflo of aedin o !!t. or:lcost t or to bit itod Mk i tla'nd ...
WALLSEN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
WALLSE1; Tun, Wrs:,'russ:i-Th.- ' few days hlave beenu intosely lhot. l-day espe. ci:dlyl, the heat is so strs to render elln lisconmotillt outsidi ,'y painful duty. Thue engincs eOi god night and slorllilng fr. iwater, a at is to be done here if lthel drought osues much lougcr is a qe0stion llot ce astle. lIcrr Sels|lcr, thtieelebrated -;ersmayl trasvlltr. pa1id aN\l a visit on 't'uelsday,s:iid ih wt;s rc:rgsiy all wise vL~ittd hsiim at Ilhusis' I?,whore lhe stayed, with great curiosit r. Schlafor is a diminutive uIns, las might ho expected, iss well informedi is very agrco:idle Cits:,Iiy. Il ?tirily corn plectd thu tsour oi Australdy lavingd to visit te tdloero, to whilace ho is iiow oii1 his wcay. After 1? Australia hewill proceedi to India, a us thence to Sibleria, frour which pla viii mako fur hlomsoi ifter seinsg a0v53 pu'i'ds of twenty years. leo hIad :s of'aits graphs ith hit, cimprisi so of the leading insi of the cola i which numiber i was wishlfld to tt iof our IMayor (J....
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
AIViAMTON. ~ lNui·Crl.ouscrL.-.Mr.rAldermnn Shlocsmith been elected to the Maiin Road Colum ie, vice ex-Aldcrnan Good. how, resi,.ne ! TIHE WEAImn.-A cumplete chnngd took place itlhe weather to-day, 0]o th.Ilnst fehlays thle air lls blo)eel qIit cool, but toy thile lheat IhiLS beun inteCnse a01 a stroildt irudl IUa been blowi, . .EhlATu5-In the report of the inS rluest held othe woman Margaret Clark, which appevd in Tuesday's issue, anm rlTor occurs.rhich we dcsire to correct. n theo fifthl]o of James Clark's ovidenco .he word " flcr" should road " mothier." UIIAND tNcEsnT-.A misccllanoous concert ois iig got up for thle benefit of0 Mr pWVilli] Thomnpson, undur tLh usopiccs ofio Hniil of Frocdom Lodg. Ortloder of nids. Mr. Thlompson1 h1 bcuin unablto work for lmoro than 'i yclru fromienllLss, clisrd lby an recivted inhle Lamuibton pit. If ,1?.' family of to children, who lhve l:''" Z unitirely d(lu:ndIcl t 111un the exertioi his wife, io kecp]s a minill store, 1 r..: thil assistoi e...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
iARATAH. / PnEesNTsagx -On Friday eyeing Ia n \ vryor 1 al I rdsti r in t a plaae tat tile hllbliC rSehstir0 tool: the infant cels lsenter l a Vo , I and BOttl Writilteao to tir. ljT tner hans? Deanl, priort itr leay ilg tle didrict for Sydney. AlLWatt, of L:inihtton. made the prescntab on Itehaltf of thle ihildren, sited r'. IRy, thio Itritteipal of thie eChosh, expretd his regret at lbsing the aer\rices of o tthnbo tit nasisttatit in Miss Detan, antd wat'e thlitt salt aroiflhI~?an,, •ltnChI reepICthy liar Ittiltils amlt friends ha Sydlney mito wras iin X\rtrrttaht. AIias Dcrat rettrtliianihanas to the childreo acid MLr. Thturle3, ftheir hitltdttitIIe gift "itid riiid wiohiesa 'hat? Coetay. -- Thi tunnel hne only worhted o tiny tile wee] to date.
NOT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
NOT (FROss On Thul day one to b - the hister thecompl bind the" the queen sphere. are to be sion oflth thst they lated on from the e demsonstrati peoplc frm senbled to Excellency, the Hon. L Sydney by Bathurot, a and the i arrived in I left early vehicles, t . that was ornB Therefore, Jl.1OiIullye, vice-r party did :: a ri&lt;&lt;. in Baurst ti after one o' ecl eo-dasy. The special train that cm voeyd tbm vice-regal party to Bathura XwaI: ev'swdcd with pas sengers froi gy&lt;'ny rnd intersmediate places. Thiur cici r vrious processions and the lie nnnifestations of joy in time t1vn during the fore noon, rhich sarved to keep ump tihe inteest i a affair, and give a little exra iv tbo "special" re porters uf th miney ad local Press. By the tsen etropolitas ulailisn are well rep on this aesnpiioes occa sion. Arrerd at Bathnrst, his Excel lency aid vsve wrere received by Mr. E. Webb, Ma[r ofa the city, 0nd( time Re ception Coluittee; which Committee, it is sulicit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
GROGERY. G REIEA AND ANVIL CIOEEK. To the Inhabitlnto of Greta, Anvil Creek, Sand Surrounding District I beg to tender you my sincere thanks for past favours, and I ask fur a costilmnen of your patronage, anld wonld'iiufoti you that I hnve made A GREAT REDUCTION 1N OUR PRICES, To meet the views of those who go to Maitland with their ready money. I hope, by keeping a Good Artbele and Cheap, to got fair shore of your custom. W1 publish below some of the leductions we have made, but not Ail. EDWARD DIXON. Our Cash Prices: £ n. d. Best Flour........ 1 7 0 Seconds ... ..... 1 5 0 aiee; 41bs... ...... 0 1 0 Currants, ilbs... 0 3 8 or 12lbs. .. 0 6 0 Plums, per lb..... 0 9 Beot BDie, per lb .. 0 1 Candlde, full weights.. 0 0 ,. Sardines, per box .. 0 , Do. , 0 O '-, " Salmon, 3 tinss.. 0 0 2 'Do. Lare .... 04 . Washing Son, 8 lbs.... 0 1 Pickles, 3 bottles .... 0 2 6 Jams, G tins .... 0 "4 6 Fine Salt, 10 lbs . ... O' 1 0 Whiting., 12 lbs. 0 1,o Bottled Frnuit, per bottle..: Beset Cotree, ...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
S?I? S PPINGl IN PorT. ,:., .Suies. Basnt, .French ship, 750, Guignon. G. F. BStoke & Co., agents.. . ARQ.uES. Ardvar, 8'58, Burns; stream. Binglc, White, ostd Co., agents. n Ah i nii on , 326 ; ballast j itty, to load 4 0 tons'New Lambton coal, for Hongkong. R. B. "Wallue,t agent. C'Lopica, 446, Jones. .tt. 1. Walnce, angent. Delta, Evans; R. B. \Wallace, agent o. 2 crane, loading Wallsend for San Franciseo. Especnlador, 202, Powell ;'J. Veenmnn, agent. No. 1 staith loading Lambton. Ehlropa-merican, 43, -Mavo: No. 5 crane, loading Wallsend for, San ,'raneisco. 1.1B. Wallace, agent. ?Fromenign Beauty, 305; satram, laid np. Hero oa the Nile, 250, Dnsdale; hbllast jetty. for Wellington. It. B.\aflacee, agent. H: 'D. IBrookman, American, 687, Lyton; ballast joetty. ForSingapore. 0. ?. Stokes ald Co.,, agents.. Liuteiant; 1500, Cowper ;LHorseshoe, for sea. C. F. Stokes Co., ageUtin " 9 'Lutekeno , 400, Lessing pan Patent Slip, Stock ton, tbrrepairs. C. F. Stokes & Co., a...