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MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
MAITLA;ND RAocs.-We would re mind our readers that the first day's races, under the auspices of the Northern Jockey Club, take place to-day, on the Maitland Racecourse. Weo believo that this meeting will be one of the most successful ever hold in IMaitbmd, notwithstanding the postponoment. and as the majority of the horses entered are excellent "goers," and the events upon the whole very open, someo'god racing may be anticipated. WeVo gave our "tip "in a recent issue, so it it is unnecessary to repeat it. The energetic Secretary (Mr. R. Craeknoll) and officers generally, have been unremitting in their attention to the wants of the course, and it now only requires fine weather to makotho meeting an unqlmlifled success.-The train arrangements are published in our advertising columns, and are all that. could boe desired, the "specials" being judiciously :interspered amongst tho 'ordinary trains. UNIsXI?OCTED TERMINATION TO A Dnwv.--Four of Nowcastlo's most brilliant youths had their us...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENTS.) TuE lecture delivered by the Rev. Dr. Lang the other evening in favor of the Ilawarra railway, may be likened to that hIarmless little anuial produced by the mountain in labour-in fact the worthy doctor has improved upon the fables which gave to the mountain only one mouse for its trouble. Tihe rev. gentle man has produced no less than .five of those interesting little creatures, after about an hour's labour. The lecture, boiled down, aonsists of five reasons ad vanced by the Doctor in favor of the line. His first mouse is decidedly a'Scotchlnan. He says "the line would pay." Mouse No. 2 also appears to hail from the land o' cakes, he, too, having an eye to the baw bees, but evidently has a dash of Austra lian blood in his veins, for lie says that " Sydney would be supplied with the very best coal at the lowest possible price." No. 3 is a fine fellow-a purely Australian monso, who intends to " make our harbor the great coal exportin...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
NEW ZEALAND. A shock of earthquake was felt at Wel lington on the 8th instant, also at Poverty hay, where the shocks were violent and pro longed. Meuch consternation was caused. The steamer Durbam caught fire near Auck land wharf, and had to be scuttled and sunk. A serious dllision ocetured between the barque Cuborfigh, bound for Newcastle, and the brig Maggio, in Otago Harbour. The Maggio was nearly cut in two. The steamer Quickstep struck a snag in Waikalto iver, and sank almost immediately. Fortunately no lives were lost.
ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
ADELADE. aturday. The Benanu has arrived with. a shipload of inimigrants - There was a soerious affrayat 'Lessingham, near Clare, yesterday. between a police trooper and two sailors. When the former was arrest ing the men they got the trooper down and tried to choke him, when the, trooper fired his revolver, but the ball only passed through one of the men's clothing; by the assistance of some neighbours the men wore finally over some. .:.;Two letters were published in the Adver tiser, charging Mr. Dowrner, Commissioner of Insolvency, with nepotism. Mr. Downer has demanded the names of the writers, and the alffir is likely to come before a jury. Denham, a wheat buyer,. has been com mitted for trial for embezzling 1100 bushels of wheat belonging to Darling B& Co. The Government has arranged with the New South Weales Government for a temporary continuance of the Murray duties convention until the tarriffs of the two colomes are adjusted, There is a fair enquiry for wheat at 4s ...
MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
EEL?BOUIINE. Saturday. Summonses wore issued against Mtessrs. Stevenson and Son to-day, by the Police Magistrato, Mlr. Sturt, for defrauding the Customs, and the case is set down for hearing on the 22nd instant. The Public Schools Challenge Cap was won by the Scotch College crow, beating the Goelong Grammer School by three longths. An application for a now trial in the libel case, Tracy v. Luke was refused. A ricldtural statistics show that the total yield of wheat was 4,978,014 busheols, being an average of 16 bushels per acre, and an in crease of 128,740 on last year; the area under cultivation is 321,401 acres. 'Thie tobacco crop in most districts is ro ported as having failed. IA steady increase is noticed in the grain crops, and feeding grains show a large in crease. Flourr is quoted at £12 to £12 2s. Gd. for trade parcels; wvheat, 5s. ild. a Tho'Electoml Roform Bill will boe one of the principal measures introduced during.the en suing session; the proposals of the Govern .ment...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. MONDAY, 10 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Fron our SyldneU Corresponedent.) SYDNEY. Mo.nAY, 10 P.M. The IIon. Alex. Stuart, Colonial Treasurer, has received the following telegram from Sir Julius Vogel, Premier of New Zealand: "May 15th. H. M. S. Nymph proceeds to Auckland Islands, chiefly with the view of making enquiry about the Strathnaven. We have not heard from there for some time. We have made arrangements for settlement on the island, and believe the vessel is there." Light rain has been falling in Sydney all day. A boat accident happened in Sydney bar hour, on Sunday morning, by which a young man-named Frederick Brown was drowned. He, and five others, were sailing down the harbour when the boat capsized, and deceased sank and never rose ngain. He was twenty three years of age. . Bmreadstuffs have experienced reaction, and Now Zealand wheat has been selling at Is. per bushel; oats are dull at 2s. Gd. to 2s. Od. Frank Hewitt beat Langley (?) at skittles to-day, for £10 aside. Hewitt. played splendid...
A Riot on a Victorian Gold-field. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
A Riot on a Victorian Gold-field. Ax c unruly disturbance, which at one time threatened to be very serious, occurred at the Hard Hills Rush, Berlin; on the 1st instant. A correspondent informs tho " Maryborough Standard" that 1000 miners had lighted bonfires, which illumni nated the whole place; flags wore flying, bells were ringing, and meetings of small groups of miners were held. From all these indications it was evident that some thing was going on ; and it soon trans pired that the object was to drive the Chinese fromn their claims, and hunt them away. Hostilities were comlmenced by throwing stones at the huts and residences of the Chinaeuon, who, as may be supposed, were very muchl alarmed. Tie chief scene of operations was in front of the store of Ahl Yem, who had a nrrrow escape from personal injury. His windows smnashed, and the roof of his place battered in. Entry was ait length forced, and Euro peans, to the numbner of forty or fifty, loudly clhnoured for drink. Others ca...
VICTORIA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
VIOTORIA TIIEATRE, LAsT night witnessed the first production of a series of dramatic representations at the above house. We regret to have occasion to observe that, with the exception of a few of the more intelligent and wealthy citizens of Newcastle, the dress Circle was but poorly attended. The other parts of the house were crowded. In speaking of the merits of the dramatic corps which presented " uMacboth "to the Newcastle public, ina stago well worthy of itsproper adaptation, we feel bound to say that our previous impressions wore far from being realised. All that attention. to scenery or dramatic effect could be obtained was done and well done. The Witches chorus, in both sceneos, although evidently little more than a rehearsal on ocie occasion, deserved the applause it met with. The Lady Macbeth of Moss Adelaide Bowring was in every respect ae finished perfornmance, The applauseo which greeted thin labdy's appearance clearly indi cated ftle position she is likely to hold in pu...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
MELBOURNE. A revolting outnrago was committed upon ta lady at South Yarnr, on Saturday. A Mrs. Rumnbold was assaulted by a ruffian who banged her head against the kerbstone inmd attempted for twenty minutes to commit a n?pe. He then ran off, and the police have arrested him. Ho gave the name of John Ryan, and acknowledged that he had only been discharged from Pentridgo gaol on Saturday morning. When Mrs. Rumbold wat found she was covered with blood, but still weak and suffer ing from the atrocious attack.
SHAMEFUL CRICKET IMPOSTURE. To the Editor Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
'ILAUIEFUL PI(ICKET TI3OSTURE. 2'o thi~Editor Herald and Advocate.: Si,r-Sauch is the oheading of a uiragraph aoppeaning n'your iu of today (Monday), and which has' caused those most interested miuch amusement, as tho cloven foot unmis takeably apjpiars: wvhen you challengo' our right to announce the match I Press v. Stago," the former of which you say was not rep-escn:l--wecllu the Advocate Wad not cet tulnly, if that is what is mount. But, not withstanding the melancholy fact, I mainta in that the Plresa was represented. Hlowever, although it was imudvertcntiy' so annouidced, it really was a match between the Stage and the Chronicle Cricket Club, and with the ex cbption of two phtyers on the side of the oltter, all wor memnbers. Again the Imatch was supposed to be I return one from lust season, on which occasion unr friends the theatricals will adtnit we treated then as gentlemen, which treatment they were entitled to, for they then sustained a defeat, (notwith standing they could...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
MEDICAL. R. F. W. R EAY, I AS A Medical Botanist Of upwards of twenty years' standing, Respectfully informs the residents of Newcastle Wallsend, and Hunter River District generally that he is practising his profession with that MARKED SUCCESS Which has made his name so popular on the Gold-fields and in the Coal-mining districts of New South Wales. The superiority of the system of herbal Treatment over all others is now acknowledged by the lead ing members of the Medical Faculty all over th world; and the cry is-Our Medicines are "Purely Vegetable'!" Professor HuxZrL has demonstrated in his work, "Protoplasm," that mineral substances cannot be administered with benefit, and that only after Nature has transmuted them into plants are they good for either Food or Medi cine. Experience tau,,ht Herbalists this great truth long before the learned Professor dis covered it for himself, and none have had clearer and more conclusive evidence of their efficiency than FRANCIS W. REAY. In his han...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL B Mae. . . J. 11. RIDDELL, AUToos OP A LIFE'S AsSIZE, GEOosE GHITn, &c. CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED.) " WE do not yet know what the end will prove,". Munro answered; " but whatever it may be we must not turn back now." " How ought we to act, do you think ?" I inquired. " We ought not to act at all," he answered. "We had better wait and see what his next move will be. He is certain to take some step. He will try to get you out of this house by hook or by crook. He has also striven to effect his purpose through Miss Elmsdale, and failed. It will therefore be necessary for him to attempt some other scheme. It is iiot for me to decide on the course he is likely to pursue; but if I were in your place, I should stay within doors at night I should not sit in the dark near windows still unshuttered. I should not allow strangers to enter the house, and I should have a couple of good dogs running loose about the premises. I have brought Brenda ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 16 May 1876
FUNERAL. FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN McKUNE are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, the procession to move from his late residence, New- comen-street, THIS (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, at four o'clock. ALFRED A. JENKINS, Undertaker, 594 Blane-street. FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friends of GEORGE GUYATT &nbsp; are requested to attend the Funeral of his deceased Daughter, at 3 o'clock on TUESDAY (This Day). A. JENKINS, &nbsp; 580 Undertaker.
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876
ni'aehi;i g-Oflicesha. ~rcc d four nomi. nations for tile oitico of lderinn, to fill the chair left vac nt b the resignuiiion of 1Mr. O. Harprol. The ca didkte?, ?Mr. Wood, Mr. A. tunter, Mr. JWiuli? and Mr. itR. Ieoll. I havo boe...in hed that the two lht-nwmed-willfih? contest tlhe election, and that Nir. Williams las resigned in favour of Ir. iell. If this 1e true, we will have no contest, and Mr. 13ell ill resume the scattleft by himi at the last annual election. TI(IK Ilin~lPlr tt TIEBT~al**NIAL.-T he combined committees of lambton and Waratah will meet at Mr. Dawsoo's Hotel, this (Wed. nesrdy) evening, to mako preliminmtry arnng. neplaofertlh9-lrlscntaution.. r. 4km inforone .thzdoltlle?i ec a lrj a borlt.noaor saecessful so far, and tlhat a handsome sumlt is likely to be raised.
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876
. LAMBTON. PROgESSons Aii!swoiTrir --The above named gentleman pnl hisde assistants paid 55 aI visit oli Mtonday fight, and hell an oyening concert in f?pat'1of lrr,$toker'sl hott'. They drew an immense crowd, wha. ojoayed thue stiging, if ,they dil not invasq eatqasively in lhep'Professoi:'t " els.ttlofltiid." 'T'Ea \VSATHv .--,steBady rain hbad agi set hii whsich has+l hd tho oioct o' again moailp1g the 'oadsvqjr m?ildy, notling unuenal for an lcptusilsst. at pon ftOe dinpgr alleeh, wohen the rijer nUss has boeel oxppde.d by a sp!eking pig, or s~pa,. othler savoury produoct of this sunny land of 4is'. tralia, tOi dcporible it as !' a land 'tloseing witj) milki alld. soPoy' bn we, the peoploe; of. Lamabton, can boat thiy laollow,: fol: )vpillavo this day seeoon our gutters rrumiiig'cjill t' beer, yes, beer !" the veritable " mill treanm";, and. strange as it mally seem, thlero ons olly on11e ulan in thik vhst community wir madelo the least attempt to stem, thlo "'stream,". but allo...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876
WI : i VALLSENfDl'.; oi 1OT lIM -EtC1 108 e ?o? Hz?[--BeItwee nine nd ten o'clock on .ondaylb.ceingltell.nan, with a pair of black bushy whiskers and beard, lpre senteud hi oolfat one br two of our locaa liotels, ail& offcrtal 'k"£5 nodlin' p'ymt?' tor lls nbbblorn As the ap bhllue of the iham wet ? ovory respbebt aimbi" to the procipal' utterer Of theo pttribui? 'tes. It vraesoon whisparod round tlht it was Blo1a ird'. Oat o thp 1totol?boo~r' db:o?: a 'ot ei hbd dhaec. raor the ?erpio i;tlPftbgor to Soll-lthoo ,nwee roqtentoer ofthbo ber, who Istantly d?elirod it" buee bba I ~ I intg tatthe nian aes closo t handrl : a.o t ce rusheod offih siearch of Constable Loonaiditl hopo.e hatt,-w ththe oeaitable's assistancw 'hb wo.ld ho iOa?hto0clpturo I?h tloetifd Witon the Sconstabl'arrived .there.was ,no-Bmall'oe'ite? ment, as th?re wetregoodribasoas fot believing that the .oeI ;ylhome. thoy were about to i canptura,Wa,ww(ll,;armeod. The supposed ipooanel of bad noteo, hpyevor, wa&...