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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
CORRESPONDENCE. Lct it bo distinctly understood that no do no identify oi?elves with theo opidoim expressed by our correspondents. All communicunttioln must have the nanmes and addrcsscs of the .wnriters attached, not necessarily for publication, but as J guastueeo of good' falth. ?eV don't believe ir inserting letters when they appear In other. papersalse. Rcjected communicatiouns 'wll not e returned.].
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPes. Corona, 1199, Strnchia. B. B. ,Walac, ageIt, ?lor-eshloe; loaded for Sharghee Coonlicr, 1871, Harnly. 1ingle, White & Co., -agents; to load, ,Messrs. Brown's coal, for Sanr -,rancisuco Firth of Olyde, 82,. o. F. Stokes and Co:, ageats ; cargo wharf "discharging ; to load Wallsend for Sin Francisco lnvorerne, 744, Foreman. Ilinle, White, and Co. agents ; No. 2 crane, loa??sg lessrs. Br, wn's coa t .litredhie, 1230, Brown. R. B. Wallace, agent; to load Greta lMoonita 627, Pearco. G." Hewison, agent; Port Wnratal, dischairging : to load t ollsend Salitabur, 1095. Case.. R.B. Wallace, agent. itreain - Savenas. (Swedish), 768, Nylen. Bingle, White,:inid Co.,' gents to load Anvil Creek Silver. Eagle. 987, Dhllrd. J. teid, agent to a id ' JNe .uw Lmbtoo, Ibr Slhaihbai Warwick, 105 Il'izard. Dingle, White; and Co., agentse; loading at No. 4 orane, Aessrs. Brown's coal, for San Francisco Fiji, 1407, BUown ; R..B. \Vallnce, agent; to .lodl Greta'. - Anaie.Lew...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
WARATAIL LiCoesNR ConT -A Special meeting of the Justices was held at the Court-house, on Wednesday, to adjudicate upon applica tions for pilblioans' licenses-Mr. A. A. P. Tigho and Mr. 1t. Turton, J's.P., wero pro sent. William Oldhani applied for a publican's license for a house situated on the Commou, near the Lambton colliery. Mr. Capper ap peared on behalf of Mr. Croudace, meanger of Lambton colliery (who was also present), to opposO the application. Mr. Capper objected to' the licenso being granted for three reasons -lst, that the application was infor rmal, as the' number 'of rooms .availablo for the public convenience, were not spooeified. 2. Thiat the house weas situated close to thb Lmlubton Colliery; and 3. 'That the house was built upon the Commonago.-The Bench rafused to grant the license, on the two first objections, and stated that they did not attach any importance to theo objection that the house was on Commonago land.-Lowis Htaynes and Thomas -Shipton applied for l...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
.,VALLSEND. hvisivox ov Tar Bonouaoi. - ThB petition against the proposed division of the Borough having been signod by all tho avail able ratopayers, was committed to Aldermen Ross and Gardiner, who proceeded on Sy dnoy on MIonday ovoning, for the rpoo of r senting it to the Colonial' Secretary. .The ftal nllbeor of signatures collected was 300, manny persons refusing to sign oithor way. lho Bruce clan of Ualedonignp hold a meeting the other evening for the pur pose of making amrnngments for celebrating tihe nniversary of Baniockburn, on the 24th inst. It wee resolved that the usual ball and oupor shquld 1o lohpld, duo notice of which wil ho given by advortlsmont. Scotia's sons are proud of the memories of Iannoockburn, and'it is expected that as theor oro a considorable qnlmber in this district, tihe forthcoming oolobration will be ig overy waoy wvothy of their intense love of such a glorious record in Scotland's hlistory. GRAcD CONoeaj T.-A grand concert was given by the Wallsond...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. SAE or PUNTr.- tr. Joseph Oreer sold the old lRaymond Terrace punt to-day, at auction to Br. llenderson, for £2?. PsUBs,OANs' Lssttsascs.-SA t. the New castle Police Court yesterday 3L.8ssrs. Shaw and Wallace, J.'sP., granted a license to James Grant, fora house sitaate.liu -Bolton street, and to be known as the Lighthouse Hotel. Messrs. Shaw andl ~annoll also granted a.liconse to Richard Wilcox, for a house situated on Bullock Island, known as the. Sailors' Home Hotel. M1r. Capper appeared in both cases for the applicants. AMooNroIGoT ExaonsrIOr.-Last even ing a very pleasant excursion in connection withlthe Newcastle Volunteer Artillery, took placo The steamoner, Matilda, well laden with passengers, started from the Steamers' wharf ait 8 o'clock, and after a trip round near Nobby's, up to Port Waratah, and round the various vessels in the harbour,-re turned to the whorl shortly before 10 p.m. T'rhoe Artillery band, under the conductorship of Ser...
DEEP-SINKING FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
DEPr-SINKrING FOft GoLD.-In refer onco to the discovery of gold-bearing quartai at a depth of 1060 foot, in thie Oriental Com pany's mine, the Pleasant Creek Chronicle writes :--Te stone raised is oxtrorgely rich, and gives assurance that again will good divi dends be obtained from this mine, The thickness of the reoof is not yet known, though there is every appearanco of a largo body of stone. It is shpposed that it is near the junction of the flat and vertical roofs. The reef now struck is the deepest gold-bearing stone in the colony, and the proprietors of the mine will doubtless be ontitled to the £100 honus offered by the Government for the dis. eovery of payable stone at a greater depth than 1000 feet. Tile mine was visited by a great number of people, This, the latest dis. covery, has given a fresh impetus to mining, as the prospects of the differont claims on that line are now greatly enhanced. F?REEnI4soNERY.-The brethren of the mystic tie, hailihg under thl E.C., and belon...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS. (FROM OUR sYDNEY CORlRnSPONDENT.) EDWARD DALTON, theO-master of the steam tug Challenge, appeared before the Marineo Board, to-day, to answer the charge of default, in committing a breach of the latter part of the 120th clause of the Navigation Act, on the night when the collision occurred between the Chmil lenge and the steamer Now England. The evidence given was principally that given lait Wednesday and Thureday. Captain Harley, of the Now England, and his two mates were examined to substantiate tile charge, and then MIr. Windycr, .who appeared for Dalton, called witnesses for the defence, and they consisted of Dalton, the mates of the Craig Ellachie, San Juan, and Garran-the vessels the tug had in tow at the tinoe she was struck by the Now England, and the engineer of the Challenge Dalton stated that he lhad boo n engaged in Newcastle to tow the - San Juan from Sydney, and .aving cleared himn from the Market Wharf, directed hint to sail down the harbour, and tol...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. ARRIV ALS.-MAT 2. Malcolm, (a.), 182, Long wortby, from Sydney. R.B. Wallace Acacia barlque, 23:, Hlarvey, from Auckland.' C. F. Stokes & Co. agents Cot Twise.-May 9. Maitland (s.), Hunter (s.), Beatrice, Uroria, Leonades; Brilliant, Nile, and Gem from bydney
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
SHIPPING. NEWCASTLE STEAMSHIPJ COMPANY. N (LIn ITED.) QaSSydney Exhibition V The S. S. KEMBLA will run at SINGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL FRIDAY, 12Tn MAY, INCLUSIVE. SALOON............... 12s 6d. STEERAGE....... ...... .. 76. Leaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastlo Every Morning at 10 a.m (Sunday and Monday excepted). H. D. EORTUS, .Manager. Ofice-Hunter-street, Newcastle, 10th April, 1876. 193 0'SULLIVAN- AND Co.'s PA:T.EP N.T SLIP, NEWCASTLE. SilPS of tlhe Largest Class taken up for REPAIRS,. RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &c. Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrighta' and Smiths s erk performed. Spa-s nnd all other ship's materials in stook. An Fxperienced Diver, wiUth diving appa ,tu ,on hand. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietors. PUBLIC NOTICES. HTAMILTON R. C. CERTIFIED II DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOL. The REV. FATHIRIt IYAN has much plea suroin aunouncinv to the Catholic of.Hamilton, Wickham, and the surrounding district that th...
CLEARANCES.—MAY 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
CLEAIt NCES.- IAT 9tts, East Lothion .barque, Bradham, for Mael bourne, lith 517 tons coal. R. B. Wallace Garron (s.(, Carpenter, to Omaru, with 325 tonsco tl. U.S. Stokes. Alexandre (.), Goelespie, for Melbourne with 310 tons coal. Newniman Otroua ship, Slrachln, for Shanghai wiith 1467 tons coal. 11. B. Wallace Craig hilahoie brig, Meredith, for Timaru wita 370 tons coal. U. F. Stokes
DEPARTURES.—MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
DEPARTURES.-MAY 9. Southern Belle barque, for Adelaide Sylpbln barque, for Melbourne East Lothian burque, for Melbourne 'Alexander barque, for Cheo Feoo. COAsTWIORS-May 9. Yarra Yarra (a.), Merpeth (a.), Hunter (s.), Eaoort, Hebo, Lallarookn, Catherine, Agnes, Williun. and Collry (as.), for Sydney Alice June for the Riolhmond d
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our Sydney Correspondent.) SYDNEY. Tuesday night. TuE customn have ocized nineLy cases of ox plosivo componud consigned to Lassotter and Co. fronm Melbourne, and. entered there-as harmless and unduteable. Entries woro passed and a compound which is a now kind of blasting powder was landed on the wharf boeforo the Customs discovered the dangerous lmture of it. The Messrs.. Lassetter denies all knowledge of whlt the article really was. It will be conflsicatcd. Tho charge of defadlt against Dalton, master of the Challengo tug, has been proved, and his certificate was suspended. At the Centndl Crimirul Court, to-day, Donald M['Kinon, found guilty of shooting Frederick Ward, .with intent to murder, was sentenced to death. The jury recommended the prisoner to nmercy.
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. WnaN the idea 'of consternition is at tempted to be conveyed, the simile of a bomb-shell bursting unexpectedly ins tihe midst of a small tea-party, is occasionally used. As I stood in tihe shadows .of thie Municipal Hall of Wisdom in Watt-street, on Monday evening, the above similtuide occurred to me. Alderman Thorn, dur ing the discussion upon the best method of dealing with defaulting ratepayers, sacrilegiously asserted that there were some of the latter category sitting then at the table. Now, it is bhad enough .to have defaulting ratepayers of the plebeian order, but that the Patricians should defy the law, by refusing to pay their rates, and yet sit in jlldgment upon the citizens seems.-.not to put too fine a'point upon it-to be riding the high horse a little too far. Why should Alderman Blank, or Alderman Councillor Blowhard be al lowed to "square" the collector any more than Tom Brown, tile coal trim mor, or Samuel SFmiles, the struggling storekeeper. The sins a...