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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876
WANTEDS. W ANTED.-To Rent a HOUSi, aome Swhore in theo; ity. Apply,at t.he Oflice of this Paper. W ANTED, BOYS to SELEiPAPERS. Ap V ply to this Office. , W ANTiKD, TWO TURNOVEB1S to the .JOB PRINTING BUSINESS. Apply to the Ofooe of thisPaper. W ANTED, Competent Canvassers for Time PaymeNt Booke. GCoddo Onmission, .Apply from 10 to 3. A. HUTCHISON, The Original Time-paiment Booklelles, find-drift, Darby-alreet, 539 Lake Road, Newcastle. \AJ ANTED, n YOUNG R\N, accustomed V to the Butcohering Business. Apply to Mrs. PRATTEN, Wallsend. 538 W ANTED, a firot-cle goods bAKXl. Apply to lMr. QCEO. S 3OE.SMilTH. Baker, Wallend. " . .. 573 TENDERS T'ENDEIS WANTED.-Tenders will be received by thie Undersigned, up to June 2nd, for the Erection of a T'wo-storey Brick IBuilding, in Nelson-street, Wallsend. Plansu and Specifications call be seen after Tuesday next, at t. Ansvesgn'ns (Tinwmit), Lamnbton. 55) PUBLIO NOTIOES, Borough of Wa!llsc~lt. N OTICE i hlereby given tha.t a YaleVatioln of Lands...
LATEST FROM PORT DARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876
LATEST F'taiil PORT DAIt'N. Ti'li fullwinug itemn from our latest filhes of the A'other,n Tl'errilory Towsis will doubtless prove ot considerable in terest to our readers, more espeelally to those conneCted with mining affairs. The Y'um Creek correspondent states Mr W. K Griftlhhs, who has just re turned fromnAdelnide, having purchased the plant and claims of the A. A. Com. pany, has rcesolved on trying his hand on the old lo?atiou, and will have the cooperation of soim experienced work iong miners. Mr. Grifliths proposes to crush for these parties at a -very low rate, Sandy Creek proper is 'pretty well deserted, but there is a good deal of activity in the neighborhood. The favorite spot is Grioveson's Gully, where about twenty miners are actively employed. A very nice piece of stone was found by Leonard Scarlo. weighing about~ 22 ounces, and containiing 8 oz 9 dwts. of gold. Provisions are scarce, and therefore dear-flour £80 a ton; meak 3s. Od. the 2-lb tin. Such pricese are a ser...
THE NUISANCE PREVENTION ACT OF 1875. To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
TIE NUISANCE PREVENTION ACT OF 1875. To the Editor of Hlerald'iold Adrocate. Sir,-I was not surprised to see a second letter signed " Sanitary Reform" in your issue of this morning, purporting to be in re ply to one written by me and inserted in your paper of yesterlay, I was, hlowever, astonisLhed at the utter imbecility exhibited by the writer in the letter referred to. " O thlt my enemy would write ia book!" has been said to be the exclamation of a criti 'cal and somewhat vindictive personage. I hope, however, tlht I am not vindictive, nor do I desire to be critical; indeed the impo tence of the writer is so thoroughly exhibited in his recent correspondence that any vexation I may have felt when reading, in the first sentencnof his last effusion, the harsh epi thets hurled so freely at me, vanished before I finished its perusal. As I read, anger gave place to contempt, and finally contempt made way for pity. Your correspondent begins his letter by complainilg of tmy "Sir Oracle t...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
CORRESPONDENCE. Lot it he distinctly uoldortoo4 that wo do no idontify ouroloot wilth the opinioos oeprared by Sour eonopaotleoto. All ommunotatlots must : hvo tio anomes It anddrcnrn of tho writers attached, not oeeessarily for publicartion, but ras a goroomtee of good failth. W? don't believe in iloerting letters ihen they appear in other llapers ilsn. lejected coleounirotioos will not he returnld.] .
SMALL DEBTS COURT. DAVID TAIT ALLAN V. WILLIAM SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
SMALL DEBTS COURT. DAVID TAIT ALLAN V. WILLIAM SMITII. Claim for £4 18s., forhouse rent. Mr. Thompson appeared for defendant. Captain Allan deposed that defendanlt had leased a house from him, and that thile amnount sued for was due. By Mr. Thompson : The house is minell; defendant took it on the 10th of October, 1870 ; tile house is situated near Old Signal Hill; the house was built by me on Government land, which I have boen permitted to use; defeildant took tile housO from me personally; I hold no lease from the Government; I charged in one account 10s. per week for the house, and then charged himl 13s. per week to induce hiin to leave ; I gave himn notice of my intention to raise the rent; I do not know who served tile notice on hi1m; I do not remember how long it was after defendant had left the house that I made the demand ; he left about twelve months ago ; I have sent him other notices than the one produced; he never consented personally to pay 13s a week for tile house ; he...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
Sfi OAiSTIFiS LIUE voRT. .VEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1876. (Before SMr. IIannell, J,,) DRUNKENN E. . Eig11h persons were dealt with. ASSAULTING TUE pOLICE. James Campbell for assaulting Constable Il Smith in the exection of his duty Nillictlo, ot tho 54th inst., was sent Sr one month to Maitla gaol. pr oFA-E AND INUCENT eANGfAGE. TRwo persons were fined for each of th n -ove offenees. INSULTING WORDS. James ill wee charged with ouislg in lting words, to Joseph. Taylor, uii the th inist. ItIr. Nicholson appeared for complain Ir Hill took an objection to the snne ons as it did not specify the word used, could therefore, not defend himself, u s did not know what he was charged tIe using. r. Nicholson said that the Benchl had ea decided that it was not necessary havo the words inserted. r. Hannell remarked that it lad in ariably been his decision that the words uld have to be inserted, and upholding r;. Hilrls objection dismissed the sum ': aPASSING A sPURIOUS £65 NOTE. * a'Smuel Sidebottol was...
Fraudulent Insolvency. SENTENCE OF TWO YEARS HARD LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
Fraudulent Insolvency. SENTENCE OF TWO YEARS HARD LABOUR. (From yesterday's HIerald.) 1I8_ J AT the Central Criminal Court, Sydney, on Saturday, before Mr. Justice Hargrave, John Thomson, lato draper of Hunter-street, New castle, was charged with fraudulent insol veney. Prisonerpleaded not guilty, and was defended by Sir George lnnes, instructed by Mfr. James, of Newcastle. Mr. Want, instrue tod by Mr. Pigott, appeared to watch tile case on behalf of the creditors in .prisonor's insolvent estateo. Sergeant Conway deposed to the arrest of the prisoner on the 20th of April last, on a charge of retaining £50, which he had not accounted for to his creditors ; lie said thathe had expected somothing of this kind, and that he was surprised that he had not boon kept while in Sydney. Henry James Groville, second clerk in the Insolvoncy Court, produced papers in the estate of John Thomson, insolvoent; he pro daced the orderfor the sequestration, and the supplementary schedule. Alexis Mackenzi...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
BAD , NoTET.-lt apponrs that thl spurious notes now in circulation - have extended oven to the colliery offices. On last pay Friday one of the W\Varatah miners received a bad £1 note amongst others for his Ioiy. The man did not detect it himsolf, but. • it was paid by his wifo to31r. Lewis, draper, Elder-stroot, who at onco discovered that it was not genuine. On Tuesday morning the man took the note to Mr. Moody, who refused to take it back, but said if it had been re turned on Eridiy evening he would have taken it.' The man will therefore havo to put up with thoe loss, which is a very hard case. The note is purporting to be on the Commercial Bank, but is of such poor material that it will scarcely bear handling and therefore easily detected, if people weor properly alive to their interests. Any one looking at this note would wonder how it could possibly have passed through the fank, the Colliery office, and the hands of the person who re ceived it, withoat being detected. I maOy st...
DEPARTURES.—May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
DEPARTURIES.--oay 14. Tui Lau, Tar Torres Straits The ship City of Nankin. 986, Captain ELcean, left Ad-laide on the 9.h instant, with a cargo of broedstuffs, hay, and chaff. She is consigned to l. B. Wallace, and is now lying in the stream awaiting her turn to discharge cargo. The barque Adelphoi was berthed yesterday at the Cargo Wharf, and is discharging her csrro of hay and oats, aolo some tons of old the brig Robin Hood, 995, Captain Paton, arrived in port on Saturday last, after making the remarkably lost passage of twenty-seven day. from Newcastle to \ ,ellington and back It is expected that she will finish discharging ballast to-day at Stockton, and be berthed at thoe A. A. Company's abhoots to load 50U tons of anal for Wellington. The steam tug Goolwa left port on Saturday nlghll last at 9 o'clock, and arrived in Sydney at. 4.15 next morning, took the barque Sun beam in tow, left Sdney at 6 a.m. on Sunday and reached Newcastle again at 1.15 p.m., thus making the paa'age up ...
WICKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
GENERAL HEALTH. - The genoral health of the township, though much bettor oinco the cool weather has sot in than it was during the warmormonths, is byno mlolan good. A nomberofcases of fever aro reported, and tho medical men who are attending them attributo their oxistence mainly to tho provalence of bad smells from the number of slniudtor-holues in the locality. Tho WViokham Municipality aplpars to be taling the matter ui pretty warmnly, and we hope that the Goernlmont will imlke somo provision for the permanent abatomont of the nunisanjas which are fast boqoming a matter of Yory grcat eoriouonoa,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
Stockton Agency. . M /R. AL1X.BROWN? hus been APPOINTED MI AE P' for this ?ourna at STOCKTON, from whllom papers e be reerivod, and orders for Advrrtioomento or Job Printing left, J. 31. BSWEVET, Proprietor. "IIera an?dAdvocateOff lce," ,' - 22nd April, 1876. Port W~aratah Agency.: MnR. WS. GARLAND, of Port WVmaratah, has, .V., been oappointed Agent for this journal at' that town, and is authorised to receive iaonio on our account, J. 17: SWEET. * "Herald and Advocate" Office, lth May, 1876. itje Netacatile Aoinng in rat al AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. TUESDAY, . MAY 16T, 1876; ,:: rG
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
WVARATAIIL ExoDus -Mr. O. Harper, manager of the Grota Colliery, has been down hero during the past week, and has engaged about, thirty of the Waratahl minors to go to areta: Somo of the number wonat away on Monday, and the remainder will follow as soon as possible. This number, and more, can. bo very well spared from Waratah, as the men at present are greatly overcrowded. Whilst oh this subloet, I may stato that it has boon a matter for wonder amongst all persons who understand such matters, to know how Mlr. Harper and his officials managed for suoh a length of time to keep all the man employed. It must have cost Mr. Harper, especially, many a night's sloop whilst in the position of underground manager, and now that ho. is. manager at Greta, he has again como to the roseue. The men now leaving will relieve the oflicials considerably, and make it more colsfortable for tlhe men that are loft.
The Fiji Massacre. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
The Fiji MIrassacrc. THOsc in our fatherland who .look'ed uipon the acquisition of the Fiji Islahids' as equivalent to the addition of'aindthbe glorious jewel to the diadem of the most potent of earthly sovereigns, will feel proportionately grieved when the intel ligence of the late terrible outbreak, reaches their ears. The champions of Christianity will need again to brace up their loins and carry their lives in their hands. The philanthropist, of whatever denomination, will have to pause and. consider how these hitherto unapproach able mountain tribes are to be subdued, and brought within the pale of civiliza. tion. Rumours have reached us that one indefatigable missionary has pene Irated the ridge of the mountain barrier which divides the upper portion of Viti LevO from the lower, but has never returned, and in reality this region is, at the present time, unexplored by Europeans It would seenm then, from the last advices, that the addition of the Fiji islands to the territories ...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
TWALLSEND. WALLB?wD CRICET CLU~..-The closing. match for the season will be played on Saturday next, between the niarried and single members of this club, and the day's sport will close with a supper at host Trotter's hotel. The two successful batsmen for this season are Messrs. J. Butler and. Johnsu Walker; and it is intended to present a bat to each of these gentlemen, on the evening of the day named.
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
CAVE, ADULLAM. TuE position of. editor of the "Protos tant Standard" does not seem to be the most enviable inr the world. The gentle_ man'jiist alluded 't published a report last week of the proceedings at a late vestry toidoting at Christ Church, and appears to have brought~upornhimself the wrath of a combative churchwarden on account there of. It is not pleasant at the best of times to. be reminded of our little peccadilloes, but to be confronted with an angry church warden and a copy. of one's own. effusions at the same time, would require I should thiihk, even the proverbial bravery or effointery of an editor. Both of these, according to the ' Standard' were put to the test on Wtdnesday last. The irate churchwarden entered the editor's den, ' Standard' in hanrd, and after the usual interchange of spiteful civilities, demanded from the telnporary ruler of the literary destinies of the ' Standard' what he meant by the word "Sacerdotalist." Who' or what is " SAoCRDOTALIST." The viv...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. 1frIlo OVER -Full report'of Counril meeting, lield'last night; and district news (inll type). Ti' REVy. Mr FonAo.-t is the intention of the committeo appointed to trrange the presentation of a testimonial to this gentlemne. to lix Thursday evening next for that purpose. The presentation will take place at 8 p.m., in the school-house attached to the Catholic Church, and will tako the form of a purse of sovereigns, also an oloo graph likeness of the rev. gentleman, and an illuninated address. With this will also be prssented a book containing the names of all subscribers to the testimonial, in order that the rev. gentleman omly possess a memento of those who thus testify their respect for him. INSOLVENCY MEETING. - Samuel Blanch, of minmi, minor. A first and only meeting will be held in this Estate, on the 17th May instant, at.the Court, Newcastle, at eleven o'clock. SIiOOTINO MATOIIIES.- We under stand that the omembers of the Voluntoor Artillery a...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NETWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.--M1AY 14. Sunbeam, barque, 344, Clayton,from Sydney. J. and A Blrown, g1 15. May 15. arrow-hawk, bl~ri.Iq, 415S, Garrio'h, from relbourne, lith in toint. Wallace, agent lMa .?y, barqr, 336, MIillm?n, from lWelling ton, i4th tl inst Reid, agent City of Nankin, ?t.ip, 986, MoLean, from Adelaide 9th insot,, with bran, bhay, ohatt; and pollarl. It. . Wallace, ogent tiion, barquoe, 365, Sherlock, from Welling ton, Williams and Co.,'agents.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
SHIPPING. SIt? WARWICK CASTLE. Captain HENRY WARREN will not be responsible for any debts oentracted LX any of his crew, while ill this port, without Ills written autboritv. ROBEIRT B. WALLACE. 582 Agent. ` iSHI' CITY OF NANKIN. Captain J. MI?LKAN will not he responsiblo for any debts con tracted by any of his crew, without his written authority. R. B. WALLACE, 183 Agent. CHIP OCiTY OF INANKIN (from Adelaide). Concignoes of Cargo by this Yessel are requested to pass entries at once, pay Freight, and receivo delivery orders from the Undersigned. Any Goods impeding disbharge will bo landed and eld at Consignees risk and expense. ROBERT B. WALLACE, 584 Agent. NEWOASTLE STEAIISHIP COMPANY. Maltland and Newcastle Races. The S. S. KEMBLA will ran at SINGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL Saturday, 27th May, Inclusive. SALOON...... ...... 12s 6d. STEERAGE............... s 6d. Leaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday excepted), Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 ...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
SHIaPPING. IN PORT. Sures. Blair Hole,. 1291, Higgins, to load forSau Francisco; in stream. Bingle, White, and Co., agents City of Nankin, 969, McLean, stream. R. B. Wallace, agent Conliot, 1871,. Hardy. Bingle, Whlts & Co., agents ; Horseshoe to sail for San Francisco Fiji, 1407, Brown; R. B Wallane, agent; to load Groeta Firth of Clyde, 824. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents; louding Wallsend for Sun Francisco, at No. 3 Crane Invererne, 744, Foreman. Bingle, White, and Co. agents ; lorseshoe, to sail Mlitredale, 1230(, Brown. R. B. Wallace, agent; stream to load Greta Sloonta, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent Fort Waratab, discharging at Jetty ; to load 1Wallsend Salisbury, 1095. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent ; Atreamu S:ivenas (Swedish), 768, Nylen. Bingle. White, and Co., agents ; loading Anvil Creek at No. Crane Silver Eogle. 987, Richard. J. Reid, agent; liorseshle to sail for Shanghai Warwick, 1005, 'izard. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; Horseshoo, to sail for San Fran cisco Wa...