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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
SHIPPING.' NEWOASTL "TEAMSI' I . TLE for SydneyV E,\OllI liORNINt (Sunda.y end Monday,yekoe~lted),' at 10 neoe k* "and SYDNEY for8 . Newatlo EA VE MIR (on eeptng hatuerday enhd Sunday), ?t, H?If.patt 11 Ofle--Hun ter-street, Newcastle. H ". D. 1ORTo INwX BL "ST'Al^ISlHl? CIP ANg The S. . ARArAIl wilital ie th emlla'o trip-fromlewcastle lOa.m.,from dony at 11 p.m.-during tio presenDt week. N lager. Noecantle, 4th April, 1870. 8 10 07 UTJ,,iV,A.N-,":A?D' CO' ,,wNk1WCASTLE., SaHIPS of the Largest ulaos to n up for REPAIRS,; ItE0COiAbSING, SUIt , Iron Shops elecoed. S'ipurights' 'mithn1 lwork pureriud.mJ:':' " oSpore nnd lldthor hlip'e materi I atouk. An Experlenced Diver,. with di appa. rfu*, on hand. '0 LLIVAN ... Pr rtare. PUBLIC NOTICE . COMPA N (trai'. - Notleo ehhareby -lsen thut aln l.ery :otln? of theSk ohl e tsofkl.e.a eifi-@l|lJas held ia LI', r(lu~rr'atif cu. toom, Brown-street, on W1I b. " pril, 1876, at n.:t p. o. " " t 3u Diurss lmport rUDt., SSAVINGS' BANK' NE] OAS.TL-- I...
CLEARANCES. April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
CLEARANA ES. April 7. Stag, larqiie' Powell, fob Lyttelton, with 455 tono coal. "Agnoass ldgell, schooner, McKinlay, for Loaunocton, with 4l13 tons coal. Collinwood, ketch, MIoKec, for Now Cale denia, with 50 tons coal.
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
LAMBO.N. . TiB COLLIERY.--The pit h?8s d i time thiswork to date. i1 LA?MBTON' BUILDING SOCIETYJ o iiml monthly imeoting of membeI 1 eve socioty ihaL bon altered from to lursday evening noxt week, on a f ,o Frilday. ATIULET'I .CLUII -A meeting lie ove club toole'.took at thle Iareof neo Hotel, on Thlursday evening, wlio I progrAmnme of sports, to tako plnciho al fnstant, was arninged. Tlihe pronse pears in another column. The ners ihole club are working energetically tko eir spofttsans sieecc ssful this year ioy ve hitherty been. The ground loo usiderably improved since last y (id o prizes aro;equnl to anytliing s in o district. (A coluinn of Laimbton neiws held til onday. -IS.)' '_ " __
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
* IT DISTRICT. NEVIATI.E. LECTU. I. - Pato_0?,. "Eq, Of Sydney, will deli a Lectitio on Psalnmody~ in tie Presbyteri .urch, Watt-street~ e'.i Monday ovening c - NEWdASTLR tlCI CoURT. - The clharge shcot attlv lice Court very, seldomi contains less thlcan or three cases, but yes-: terday there was ny. husiness whatevbor to he transactedtc, on Tuesdaytlie only case was on 'the ~nic side. This apeak. well for the order tot of the city, Cn K-ET.- cricket motch 'as played on St.. Jo Ground, last Saturday, between the 2nd evn of Ironclads and the Alberts; the foc going to the wickets, aMi they were isotp nat runtil they scored 98." .ray, Donald, a r's betting for the Ironelads was vel gainst ths splendid bowling of Free n" Tics Albert's went ini and reached 60 a highest scorers beiug Freeman and Ia ,nce, the former soaring 18, and the latte The biggest hit was 5, which was made Lawineece. The fielding on both sides wa t very good. The restlt was a viatoey foe Ironclads, by 30 runs. WcLsoN...
LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY. Friday, 8.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMS (FRON OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Friday, 8.55 p.m. Steam-ship Zealasdia left to-day, to take the place of the Colima. There was a largo aquatic procession to bid bon voyage to Mr. Miontefioro, who goes by Zealandia. John Young, a contractor, is a can dlidate for Parramatta. Torres Straits mail-steamer Nor manly left Hong Kong yesterday, for Sydney via Cooktown, with 229 Chinese passengers. Very light showers of-rani fell in ydney to-night. A case of bushranging is reported from Albury. Miners are leaving Victoria for Cooktown. Sydney Sessions closed to day. Ber nard Keopoka, who robbed Browns from Newcastle, of clothes, was sentenced to four months' imprisonment. Long debate in the Assembly to night aboiitw'liarfn sit OihiliiQd'ay The New Zealand Government are satisfied that the Colina is not soitable for the coast mail service. Received 10 10 p.m. The Governdr dissented tothe Bet: ting Houses Suppression Bill. In answer to Mr. Stevens, IlMr. Lackey stated...
A MONSTER OF THE DEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
A Mo0Nso~l ov Too DJ)EE.-WO0 arc informed by ?ne of .the Market Wharf Water men, named aobrt LPaine, that on WedneJO ilay ovenlog ast, ho saw it fo'go grofolisl~ inl theo hoarboor. It aplpearo that Mr. Poioe woo, at about live >'clock, rowing Mrs Fogarty over to the l'atontSlip, and when about hIlf-way across the ih'bourbotween tho Market Wharf otod the patont hlip, what was at first lip posed ho be awhalo came op to the oorfoco of the watpr, "~et thqiuglh the performance of '"blowing," 10d ahnost imuaediately wont down agpiot oler wanor. 13efozo Phoe moouiter !lliappearil, i(h occuputos hod .an oppour. tuniif, 4 alerying that it was not a whale bht a grs'lnl l, I,'vvmep thirty-trv no?d forty foot io lengt - It oat. hol rre lloiaun teoo yardh from l( boat, and cold Wi vep; ola/oly jeep, Mrs.I garty wats haotrally 5013' loail rlarmed ao thII ninal sight. Stiort[y before this, a wVteri1an pi .mood Ijooth walsp in a boat ef St t Pofl tei al he tool- to bo an enormnous tur o losoed h...
NOTES AND EVENTS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
NOTES A 1f5VET (Fnoxt oba sy~ss (ra ut5Y rCfh conesonNtT.) TusaRu wa a rent SYDMOy, Thursday. memnbers in the A ably large numlbr of night wlhen the Sjltsermbly .Chamber last tanl sppearances prdeaker- took the chair, but after all nothinstmisdd e night's work; minutes past nmidnig was done, and at ten out on thl motight the House counted member for the Wun of the blustering sought to sejothenstern Gold-fields, who olough of impuriti the Government in a making false reprtes fomsed by him in of our water suplsentations of the state (imoaginary) evils, ayly, and consequently tirade upon the innd to crush them by a characterised theinecility which he said upon the castigatio railway policy, and gave the various n which the Governor been in office ai:Ministries which had colony for the dee his srival in the riilway extensiodatoriness with which here. sWhen the,had been carried out come no one kno nd of the session will Esthiates and t. The passing of the would be the siie Appropriation ...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, APRIL 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
PARLIAMENTARY. * (From our Specialt.Corres?poudent.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THuRsAYg, APrIL 6TH . Tna Speaker took the Chair at thirty minutes past 4. Ministers stated, i" answer to ques. tions : The Colonial Architect had re ported that the Post and Telegraph office at East Maitland was only com pleted on the 30th March. No 1nne _ _ " al] alace in turn which the trimming of coals in Newcas tle was being pertbrmied by the contrac tor for shipping coal was issued by the Government of which Mr. Lloyd was a member. The regulation was considered hy those best aequaioted with the in. terest of the shippislg business to be a desirable one; and under these circum stasces the Miniuter for Works did not consider it (secessary to interfere with the proposal of his predecessor. He was not aware that the regulation would provearbitrary andinfhct injury on many industrious and deserving men. The services of men aconstomed to the trim. muing would still be required, the only difference being that ...
The Greta Question. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
The Gireta Question. n'o previonuly exposed the fallacy position taken up by Mr. VeiKcRY, d'. ing the miners of Greta to how coal 9d. per ton, we thought we had stated the question so fully thst it have been impossible to find one could justify Mfr. VaciKrER' - vere conteint to leave the i o...c Believing Ps we did 00m to tliiol ever this in wa good eououled...a ie ith ioqouindness of the WN 1 , wren now wO -ttes?-c ,cre left Th ral bomnuon-i o- gce woolil tothe unlacquainted with Mr. Suuesox, from the very positioin he has taken .up as a colliery m:inager, would no doubt be lieve hhn fully competent to give an opinion as to the actual value of coal getting at the various collieries in the colony. Mr. Suceeovo may be comlietent to give an opinion us soich matters; but we would certainly like to ask him where he obtained his experience o During the time Mr. EsiUNci DIXON was opesniing out the Greta Colliery, it is said that Mr. SsEDsoN did 1,ay a visit or two down the pit; amd also d...
To our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
'To our Retadecrs. IT is with considerablo regret that we lave to claim tile kind itdulgence of our readers, for our inability to itsov ouir promnised siupplementthis Saturday. The difficulties that have attended our removal to Newcastle are not quite surmounted, and we arp not yet in full mworking order. The noisy carpepter, the lofty plasterer, and stolid gas-fitter are lit yet driven outi of their strongholds on our premiges. We have, however, got the steamti up, literally anid figuratively, anl liope soanon to be inl siogoth waters, having by tliat time corn polled ng;r domestic enomies .to beat n rotreat. Wo tiko this opportunity of sin cerely thanking the ti'teo arimy of New Subscribers for flockilg to our stodnord, and the general public for their' unliai motuts upplroval of our enterprise, as evinced by the overflowing sheet of adver tisements in ishis issue. The same apology mnust be offered to many o.f our contribu tots, whloso favours are partly it tyne, buti rhich asr pr...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
CAVE ADLLLAM. " WHERn your treasure Is, there will your heart be also." We are informed that his Excellency has refused his assent to the passing of the Betting IHouses Suppressiso Bill. So far, her Majesty's representative is consistent, and as a representative of the " good old English turf" what a mockery, he can hardly consent to suppress betting houses, any more than a biewer in the Assembly could vote for the suppression of public houses. Hlejustly considers that there is no more harm in Simon the Shopman netting his five shillings on the wiejur, than there is in his Excellency hesdin.z the list of the winners at Tattersall's. We may ex pect to see the colonial booknmakers present a testimonial to the Governor for the judicious manner in which he has acted in this business, and by his consistency enabled his less fortunate brethren.tocontinus to plunder the un wary, and help the young and thought ln's to the in~hie o( a gaol. The enquiry of Mr. Stevens as to the extended accom...
Lost Sight of Himself. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876
Lost Sight of 4limnscf. ITe my ramblings to-da:. I came across the remains o( a man o'rom I knew ten years ago. At that 1tie he was a hard-working rman, and as looked upon as a good-looking and riopectable main. When I saw him to-day he was lying on the ground, inscnsibhi to all objccts aropod him, the picture if degradation, with no one to care fo- hire indeed eve y one appeared to loethe him. The raude of this siid.chanige is soon told. He took a public-hiosse, engaged a ruimnl her of men to cut timber "or him in tho bush. He held out, tenptations and inducements to them tr spend their earnings for Use drink maich he sold. Living on their degq4tr, lsow could he help being degraded iel.nrii. From a smart and come" man, he be came a bloated and diaogbnligg drunkard. I His wife died, and ho co inued to go deeper down iuntil'ne 'uoceile iniolvent. He had to leaso his house 'rld land, on whif?h"liad expended En many years of labour and so large a EVs of money. The exponces. of lii pRos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
MEDICAL D R. N A S H, (For thie last nine years Surgeon to the Uprpo Goulburn District Hospital, Victoria), WALLSEND. 31 J H. FITZHEIIBERT, M.B. S. Play be consulted at MIr. CLOUDY'S MIETROI'OLIrAN HOTEL NE \V ASTLE, on the best manner of inserting Artificial Teeth. When a tooth in lost it should jbo re placed by an artificial one, which preserves the symmetry of the mouth, a natural appear ance, and great durability. 68 TEETIl ! TEETil! TEETIH! J. HI. FITZIIERBERT, lM.., Surgical and Mechanical Dentist, 160, KINO-a' t?EET, SYDNEY. Painless Extraction by a nnew American Process. Teeth packed, sealed, and preserved from decay. Black Teeth restored to their natural pearly twheiteness. Scurvy and Splntgy Gums restored to their healthy and natural tone. Toothache, Earache, Neuralgii , Headache, cured while waiting, or in two minutes. Cancer or Ulcerated ''hrloat, llhetntatism, Gout, Heart Disease, Skin Disease, Sore Legs, from whalntever cause, Piles, anud all derangements of the Intern...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
To the Editor of the .aewcastle ldforllirlferald Smr.-There are some matters in Mr. A. Rola' speech, as reported in your issue of Monday, to which 1 would direct attention, as they are calculated to convey a wrong im pression to the minirds of those unacquainted with the facts of thoe lato " Ousting " business. Mr. Ross said that the nine points originally entered in tile Supreme Court dwindled down to four, and when the case was brought'to anI issuoonly one point lield good, and that was the non-signing of the declaration papers. Now, I wish Mr. Ross to know that one of the Judges held that the Poll Clerk not having made' the uual declaration was equally as fatal as the non-signing of the declaration papers; but their Honors agreed that on the last point their verdict should be given. Tihe declaration papers not having been signed, rendered the whole of the votes recorded at the Election illegal, inasmuchll as no voter had complied with the necessary condition to en title him to vs...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
COR RESPONDENCE. [Let it be distinctly deeetood that we do nnt identify ouwelvt. with the opinions 'x nr d by our conrnpondeubt. Al! contmun icalone mlut ] have thle nmonles rlad addnwes of the eiteleI attached, not nIeal~ eily for publication, but it. a gulttynt r of g,?d faith. We don't belie ve in : il.eitllg lttel? when tile)- appear in other papers alo. Iejected eommunications will tut bo returned.]
THE HAUNTED HOUSE OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER I. MISS BLAKE—FROM MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. Br MRs. J. I. RIDDELL, AUTHOR OF A LIFE's - ssIZE, GEORGE GERTIH, &C. CIlhPTER I. MIISS BLAKE-FIIOM MRIMORY. Tell Why thy canonized bolne. I herse it death, Ive hurst their erecentae Why the sepulchre, Whsercin -oe aa thee quietly inoufod, IIath oped it ponderous jaews To eeet thee oupaein. What may this mean, That theou, detae o cse, levisitest thus the glimupses of the moon, Seeking night hideous. Se.rsesra.te. It ever a residenco, " suitable in every respect for a family of position," haunted a lawyor's officc, tlle " Ha-unted House," about which I have a story to toll, haunted those of Messrs. Cavern and son, No. 200, Buckingham Street, Strand. It did not matter in the leust whether it happened to be let or urnlet; in either ease, it never allowed MIr. Craven or his clerks, of whom I was one, to forget its existence. When let, we were in perpetual hot water with tlhe tennant; when uulet, ,we had to endeavour to find some un...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
tWANTEDS. W ANTR.D, TWO TURNOVERS to the JOB PRINTING BUSINESS. Apply to the Offleo of this Paper. WANTED, a DWIILING-HOUSE, ad jacent. to Bolton-street, Newcastle. Apply at this office. ~ ANTED, AT GRETA, an AGENI' fo W the Newcastle Morning Herald and ,dllners' Advocate, who will sco to the prompt delivery of tlhe paper every morning, act as correspondent, Ac., Ac. Apply at once to J. M. SWEET, W A.NTED.-A Good Bush Carpenter, to erect a couple of Slab Houses. Apply to Office of this Paper. 181 W A N .T E B. A Respectable GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Apply MRS. HILL, White Horse Hotel, 186 Darby.street, Newcastle. TENDERS. N OTICE.-Tenders Wanted, for Building Ten-roomed House, Stone and Brick, according to plans and specilications. Plans and specifications to be seen at RICHARDn Ion-SEa'S Hotel, Wallsend. All Tenders to be left at the Post-office, on the 18th instant. It. WILLIAMS, Wallsend. 181 -ITO BUIILI)EIIS.-FRESH TENDERS I will be received up to TUESoAY, the lath day of April,...
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
PURLIJMENTARY (FLtISL TIV 1 -IlAE1LY.) LEGISLATIVb: ASSEMBLY.· FnI.DY, A'.VL 7, 1876. " MIS8sTEOS a1,Wmored questions respctc iog the placing of a steamn-tug on thl Ricbmond Ilirer, the amount voted ia aid of ?gricoltlral Associuitons the i;n apmetion of Bingera Court-hose, the plans for increasio" the wlharfi~ge arce niodatioll at Circular Quay, the appli cation of the Bank of New Sooth Wales for the temporary usa of the land in tenided for a street in front of the Gent _ .: .... sod.era,,,u rs r? Post Ol.ic, thae ? all.ng for teor for the repoirs of the road from Guoniug to Qnoonbeyau via GundarooO tho opon iog of tho Inew post ndll' telegraph oltoes at 1Burrowa, tih use of the public comhmon at Adolong, the iltrodeOtioli \o n bill to legalise eertain conditional pnrclsines which havo beon inadvol tontly imde on eserves eithlia opol,, tiou. boondaries and the purlinaso of Rich mond River Bridgec. ",onu WA.ISLiNUo c- DMPANY -. Mr. Lasoy, i iin to r StOevens, aid that no tefinite to...