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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
MAITLANID. Purlo1i MEETING -The public meet ing held last week, for the purpose of takiingudel r consideration the proposal of the Government to expend £7 0,000 on the Illawarra railway scheme, was, conm paratively, poorly attended, only about seventy persons being present. Tlheoiait land people show a cool indifference on all public matters that under some circum tanlces, and oln many subjects, would be truly enviable; but where it is displayed in connection with allhirs that materially atl'ect the interests of their district in par ticular, andl the country generally, it becomes simply deplorable. All the sueeches at the meetinlg sounded very swell, and a very good case was made out against the proposd exlpenditure; etill there was nobody plresent to speak for the scheme, and we only heard one side of the question. The Hoispital Committeo haveohad executed a very handsole crayon paitinting of the late Dr. John Pierce, to be placedr in the com mittee room of the institution. The pi...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORIaFONDENT .) .' TIU now roreglations- respecting the ' triniin, o fe coals at ,Newcastle 'was"5' brought iuider the notice 'of thle AssemblyinV last night by :. loyd: A motion' for indved, and the hen member for New-' castle seized the opportonity to stte that' " the rcgulatidn lul beooln put in force by the p'rsOnt Government aninsot the wish anld vill of thepeople of Newcastle; tlat 'it had caused a gr~et row iss Newcastle, ld^thlut it 'woulTd interfere very milh' with the loalding andl dispatch of vessels. ......, IInt, vnna ndvYour Whetlu r it will or will not you nd your reoaders are te bet juadges. From an article which appeared in tho He rald of a day or two ago, those. wtho care to ay attention to to the oubjectwill sea thiat th l regalistion is one wvhich it will be to tlie advastige of thle coal trade of Newcastle' to have eiforced. Mr. Lloyd was particU lar in pointing out tlhat though the Govcrllsinnt of which ho "had thl honor ti, le...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
YAIRATAI GRAND CONCERT -A grand miscel laneous concert was given in the Hanbury Public School, on Friday evening last, by a number of the pupils under the con ductorship of Mr. P. Young, assisted by several amalteurs fromn Lalnbton and Waratall. The large room of the school was comfortably filled by ai most apprecia tive and select audience. . V. . Moody, Esq., J.P., presided, and introduced the various performers. Miss K. Jones pre sided at the harionium, and performed ]er onerous duties with tsate uand ability. The juvenile choir acquitted themselves very fairly, and were awarded a just amount of appllautse. The part singing of the lMessrs. Young, Thompson, and Jones was well received, as was also the performlll nuces of Mrs. Hurley and MIr. S. Green lalnd, who assisted the above named gentlemen. Recitatiols were given by Mr. W. T. Dent and Master Tighe, both of whom were well received. Perhaps the most pleming feature in the evening's entertainment was the singing of Mrs. Parker ...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. . O?:mi TALE. - With this issue we commence the publication of a now tale, entitled "The- Haunted House," which we will continue daily in this journal, when space permits, ind give a good batch on Saturday. MLETINso AT WaLLSIEND.-A full report of a public neoetiung hold at.W alls t ed, tt ,consider the advisability .: of * dividing the borough, is unavoidably lield over till to-morrow's issue. . Ncwist?Tr.sI. : oI..e CovaT,-On Saturday last, beforie M-r. Hannell, J.P., two persons were fined for drunkenness, and one for indecent hanguage. A wa~es case (Williamnsoun v. Vickers),. was calld but thire was. no appearance., The case, as we are infornied, being settled out of dourt. S 'ArsiEn's. .URAL .AUSTRALIAN. The April nuiijnler of this journal is to hand, and we: are glad to see that its in trinsid wvorth is lihing aclnowledged and appreciated in the. practical way of an. inareiase inthe list of. abscribors. The articles on " Egg Farming',i ared i...
Pope, Hardie, & Co.'s Estate at New Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
Pope, llardie, & Co.'s Estate at New Wallsetn. ON Tuosday last, Messrs. Pope, Hardier and Gorman,-accompanied by Mr. Jas. Fletcher, their consulting viewer, paid a visit of inspection to their coal property at Now YWallscnd, Catherine Hill Bay. They were convoyed from Mr. Spear's jetty to Sernuning, at the head of thie Lake, in Ar. liussell's steamer Pioneer, which was accom plished within three hours ; and, being landed on their own estate, an inspec tion was immediately commenced. The trial shaft, which is being sunk to the .New Wallsend Company's seam, is down to a depth of 130 feet, and, for the greater portion'of the distance, this his been through hard conglomerate rock. A borehole has also been started bt prove the underlying seam, and is now to a depth of 67 feet. The stratas passed through give every indication of linding another seam of coal at no great depth, but we understand it is the in tention of the proprietors to bore to a depth of 500 feet, unless a good ma...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
Acol ENr.The j ols played by the youths of the Co-op??ative colliery, on the msisispecting publican, thi other day, lihas asstuied a more .serious fornt' than .its authirs intended. On the sain day tliat; the jok was played, the crtr, who de-; livers the patenti stopp irs was ?ked by' the laidlady toopeon oab df thle three sent back, is attempting to d' which the bottle burst dthli grent force, dd it was then dis-. coverei that it had bee n]filled with water. A seco 1l was attempted to be opened by anothei, when. the bottle also burst with great. vblonce;and unfortunately a piece of glassiiearly severed his thumib oi.t As slowinsh tlie severity of the wound, Dr, Nash,: v ho attended and dressed .the thlihb, anted to take the end off, as the quickest mdi safest mode of healing it. The resi of this joke will probably teach ---I was joing to say "larrikins "---a les son, to ,i careful hlow they plan their jokes, astlel sequal in this case hlis shown that whi was fun for them was sorrow...
ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL AT ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
.AR IRVAL. OF THE SUE'Z MAIL AT ADELAIDE. (1'roas the E. News 'elerainr.) SATunDaY, Arnm 8. Tihe P. and.O. Company's steamer, China, arrived at Adelaide this morning. London, February 20. The Marquis of Salisbry, in reply to-day to a depulttion of inerchants, and others iu terestod fi tlho cotton trade, slad that'tho In dian Government for many months past have been intending to prepare a way for the gra dual itiolitiol' of'thfi-import' duties on manu factured cotton good and yarns, and also to fix a period for thoir.final and entire abolition, if the finances of'Ijidia would allow of that being done. He hoped the object that tile deputation had in view would be speedily ob tained, but ho intimated that he was not pre pared to recommend any neow taxes for India. S , . London, February 29. In a'ilebatoitho Hoiso of Lords; on tile hospitalities at Perak, Lord" Stanley, of Alderney, censured the recent operations there, and the cruelties practised against tlle Malays, and.4loprecateod ...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
LAMBTON. T'lr COLLIETr'.-- The pit worked full timn last week. QuoLir Lacri.-A quoit match was arranged to take place on Saturday last, Ibetween J. Henderson andl 11. Latnglads, but it did not come oilf, through stme dis aireemcnt about the weight of Langland's lquots. . H?i PALMen.-Numbers of people are still leaving this district for the new rush at the Palmer. A large number have already gone, and nore are preparing to leave on 1Monday morning. They are adopting a very wise course, namiely-thlat of taking horses with them to carry their b iggage, &c. Tlhe good lreliorts which are coming front these diggings, 'is a great temoptation to young men especially to mike a bold stroke for fortune, more par ticularly at the present time, when work is so slick at tile collieries. Nl UNIOIPAL.--The corporation labourers were engaged last week forming and metal ling Hunle-street, which has been in a bad state of repair for some time. This is a pretty long job,' and will keep the rieo...
LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMS (olt OnI SPI CI OI RESPONDENT.) SYNEy. Saturday. A thunderstonu broke over Sydney thin laturday) evening ell in ight shoerand nin Tle Ilnd been threatenings nl dty, an lttloniegh thin fall wnas not vCrY great, it 'na p'ciliarll welome. w nt Neevo in to hand of a very clever capture of a bhrag ho stuck-up a man and robbe?d p1risonoree, 'in ot. saddle, and bridle, anl him of nu ns illi or rinutt1 . ..Itivr. T l hcefortlh bold houseI at thilncohoon . A largo numb11 01 all their rgt men wor convoyed by tdis nord g yl to tho boat-house ltardie S >om csoyeprottily ornamonted with las; and tl co re well contested and 50intrestinlg. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
SHIPPING. N EWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (ttcirro.) The S. S. KEMBILA will LEAVE NEWOAS TLrE for Sydane EACH MORNING (Sunday and :Monday excepted), at 10 o'clock; and SYDNEY for Newcastle EAOCH NIGHT (ex cepting Saturday and Sunday), at Half-past 11 o'clock. Of llco-Huunter-.strot, Newcastle. SMaunager. 0'SULLIVAN AND- CO.'S P;A.T.E NT SLIP,, NEWOASTLE. .SHIPS, of. the Largest Clas, taken atp for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &e. .Iron Ships eleaned. 'Sblipwrights' and Smiths, work, performed. SSj?ars tind'allother ship's matcrials in stock. An 'I'xbericlced' Diver,, with diving appa rattld, on hidi '. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO; Proptietors. ' PUBLIC NOTICES. NO ICE. NOTICE. SAVINGS' BANK. INE WOASTL E 3BRAN-GI. DBEOST# i 8 are requestesd tepreseat their PASS-BOOI 3 at this office without delay,?in order that they may ho pjXAMLINgD .,and ,VERIFIED ithL the Book~aa leh:Bikt-:.?;.;,; D. MITCHEL, - 13 Inspector., N OTIOE.-TUnless Mfr. Lit/RTEN calls and S'Releanes the GOODS lef...
MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 April 1876
NELB&OUN .. F riday Thile revenu for th rt er sig 1 1ounte 18 Tile total revenue for nllcr cne oas 1" -"" being an increa.s of the prIevionUs year of 876,87 Tho principal e item 'u in the Governors hl to-ywere congratulntios oon the Sloott-y three qartoro of the feat that, for thl lare eroe eha exhibited a inanl year, t a thlo intention of the uovrkl buct . the brief recs, is to atlo tle e io 1 -.rfuliy t. o -?-" g nch acrtions t o Sto greater e!olimy ill thle Ituure, Iito grcotoliY·~-,~ joeto thle operottol of: theu Loud. hc lst oor. prosoentod to Po~rtia. ot fle totol ejloftity of loud. heCrowdl of thou cod of~ the 3 oeHe, of which C t5, o0t ovi on orolotioflud090,8 1,"BU'JB! R""" doii0rtieiot foethe lux Rta nloon hytt ndanoct th ftherooo iott.diicO·; -;a; r;r K
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
.?RO ILLLINa. case of sly grog selling was heard at tile police court, on.> Thursday, against Mlary Todd, of Greta. The evidence supported the charge, and tile mininunm penalty of £30 was intlictcd. MIr. Lovien appeared for thle accused, and fought a very hard up hill battle with nuch ability and persever nce ;'but the evidence was a little too strong for hisr case, and, after niakling a capital defence, hle hld to submit to defeat. The manner in which the con stable worked up his. case is raker amuming. Whilst indulging in aitf noon's " fishing"' in a creek close "7 supectued hlousu hle saw\ a pretty conussaln visitor to the establishument colue froni the place, nid, beinlg oudenlly seized with a ail in the stomach, 1e pirevailed uponII tlhis man to ildt thi Good Samnaritan and g'o for :oile riui, the money for whiTh was provided by tth indisposed policeiiiman. Thle grog in siuplplied, paymenit taken, nd thie biird iwas caught. Coelplaiiits hladl frequenttly beon smdio to the co...
DARK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
' ' A., CHEEK. .,i-AccIDENT.-A accoident, occurred on Saturday evening by which hMr. Thomas M'William had one of his legs broken. It appears he was engaged in carting water, and an arriving at his destination he took tlifrli6ras out of the dray and put a prop under thl shafts to keep the dray level. Having neglected to prop the back of the dray at the same time, on his coming to empty tlhe casks, the dray turned up, when he was thrown out and the casks of water falling upon him broke his leg. Ho was removed and placed under the care of Dr. Hill. ______
JESMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
JESMOND. I_ l5cV'diiov?a s. This littliai town shipias .ma"king .wondeorful stidea~ in the way of building. M?r." S. Shipton's new lhotel iis now thiislhid, and kvdald be a credit to any town in the coloily. It is built- of stone,-two -storey-high,-with' a balcony on two sides. ) The roof is com posed of corrugated troll, which is now so niiclhi used? The o-entire premises can boast of fifteoen rooms, to which isridded stables arid every other convenmience. : The hotel will be opened about theo middle of tihe presednt month; inider thle aine of the AbordareoHotel.~-Another hotel is being built by1r'l . Lewis Haynes, which will be ready for opening at about the same time as.the above, This liotel stands near the ontrance of the township, on the Lambton side; and when finished will be a very commnunodious and tasteful building. .From hotels we. come to stores. Mr. W. Light foot has recently erected a stone building, which he has stocked with a good supply of the articles usually found...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
NEW LAIBTON. . Tue PITS.-It appears my paragraph in last issue, respecting the slack work at the colliery is taken exception to by somec, who aver that the Messr.s Brown offered all the men work before the col liery was taken in hand by Mr. Dibbs; and, as an evidence that work would have been plentiful if the pit was now in the former's hands, state that no less than 3000 tons of coal has been purchased from the Wallsend and Co-operative collieries since the stoppage, to supply the vessels c?hsigmed to Messras. Brown, irrespective ofjtlheir Duckenfield trade.
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
IL.MILTON. FOUL PLAY AT HAMILTON.-On Sat urday evening last the promises of Mr. Hugh Moody, of Hamilton, were invaded by some one who nlust have been well acoluainted with the run of the house, and some very valuable fowls stelen. Tl booty consisted of Brimualh Poof Prince Alberts, and others, about fiv . six pairs in all. We believe the oflel is partly known, and that, if fowls are turned within a short simo, he will be for given ; otherwise, the strictest severity of the law will be unforced.
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
SYDNEY. [(BY ELECTRIC TELEOeAPH.) ARRIVALOA. APRIL 8. Prospector, barque, from Port Chalmers UyCnposre, barque, from Glasgow Isabellaa, brig. from Lyttlotoa Flour de Maurice, barque, from Adolaide Inabel, Ihip, from the Downs Krona Prina; schooner, from Mauritius Frank Guy, schoonur, from Ilokiang .gmoat (a.), from Melbourne. S. April 9. Wilam Gillord, b~Irque, from Oamaru SWoonoona (a...), from Warnambool Lyfo Moon (sa.), from Cooktown City of Melbourne (as.), from Melbonrne B oomerang (s..), from Rlockhampton Craig Ellaehie, brig, from Bluff' Harbour Hero (s.s,), from ?Merimbula. APRIL 10. Jamoes 'Atcn, ship, from Liverpool Dandenqn l(s.s), from Melbourne i eiebhardt(.s), from Cooktown.
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
IMPROVEOMEN ,-Things arer much brisker here that or some time past, and, judging from wh, some of our residents are doing, there .o every prospdct of us going abead. In e way of improvements I may state thati .. Mark Fryar has two plans and specific ions prepared for a new hotel. M?r. Frai I is the architect, :nod1 the structure is-t be of stone and brick. PorLIo Pao OTION.--I regretgr to state that, with o r advancing prosperity, matter. socially, re very far from being satisfactory D i'ng the whole of 'last wooe there has itia uI Ianeoi?t of drink ingand figh in,,1 t is truly disgriaceful Police pr et is very much needed, and uniles l he owers thlat be" Scad us a' constable t syl be aimost inmpossible for da dentat pe noe ' live' over the week's end. Tilher is o one to look aftei' the public-lhousi o l the result is that they are opoit all Is T"re PE .all h 0 pit is now working well, ail ei every prospect of it doing nýo ... ý. i t
MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. ArnIL. 8. Quoon Emma, barque, from Newcastlo Svdnoy Grdliths, barque, from Nowcastlo SVreaael Castle, barquo, from Newcastlo ~arah Ann, harque, from Newcastlo .Mrdea, barque, fr~im Newcastle. SApril 9. 4-livia Davis, barque, from Newcastlo SSea N'mpih, barquo, from Nowcastle !3ravo, achoneulr, from Nowcastle Grisbano ('.s.), froza Syd fey. Rt.2.S.S. China, from G ale.