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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
WALLSI.NI). ENGLIsli CONOGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ;--The opening Services of this clhrch ieore hold on Sunday last, when three ser mons woreo preached by the Rev Mr. Gainford; of Sydoney, to crowded con"reo gatiolis. The rev. gentleman deliveroedan apnpropriate discourse in the bnortning, based on timhe dedication of "Solomon's Te-mple," which was listened to very atten tively. Tle whole of tle discourses were highly appreciated, and the collections woere satisfactory. The public tea and meeting was held yesterday evening, a re port of which will appear to-morrow, WALLSEND ATHuEnTi Ctun.-Judging from tile number of entries for tile various events at the Easter Meeting of the above case, and the class of pedestrians entered, we anticipate a most successful day's sport. The following handicaps for the principal events have been handed to us for publication, and in to-morrow's issue we will publish the handicaps for the Amateur Handicap, Half-mile; and Walk ing Race - ALL-CONIEos' HANoDIAP....
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
CI Y & DISTRICT. ' . NEWCASTLE. TaeA ever-popuilr place o! amusement -the circu.i,-although lit generally credited witlih muCh ol the ' high iiioral sentiment" would appear, aeer all, to be thle ilealoll f keeping dow! at least Qne description of vice, during tl t continuance of its perforlances ; i.e., if 'e inay adopt as our guide and authority the opinions of 1a discerning and vigilant police ollicer of a great In:Liy years' expe ince. Being in ctinversation with "thegentleiiian in blue" referred to, on tinl Couiirt-llouse steps the other Imlorling, happened to ask if there were niany "' di.lls" on that morning's sheet. " Oh, no ; he proniptly replied, " tile Circus s iii town !" On being asked how that fIlfectel the case, lihe said, " well, you see, lie Cicus clears out all their upare cash, andlleaves them nothing to gut drunlk n '" ?l''hlis nian," I. siid, as I walked ia wi , " ais a phil osopher ' '' TnE NIw.TimTA ?p-i T 1nder: are invited forl:firnt bll dis, ..shops,...
IMPORTANT MONEY STEALING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
IMPORnTANT MIONEY STEALING CASE. ---Yesterday ii respectable looking young fellow named Frederick Bone was brought up, on relllmandlltl fro Wallaroo, charged with stealing the suin of £46 Os. 6, from a man nimned Gellathy. Beno was second mate of the Veraluna at the time, ancd Gellathly was carplenter.l Particulars will be found on referring to our police report. AcolDENT AT Ti?E A. A. COMPANY'S No. 2 PT.--Yesterday forenoon, at about 11 o'clock, a miner named John Scott, a resident of Bullock Island, met with ia very severe' accident at the A. A. Com paxny's No. 2 Pit, where he was working; \Ve learn fronm Mr. WV. Tracy, the injured iian's iate, that they had beutei woikinig a top lbandi, on No 1. flat, and were, at the time of the accident, filling coal into a skip, Trncy being in thile skip and Scott shovelling the cold in. Suddenly, and without any warning, a loose piece of thie " tail" of a " greyback," weighing about 10 cwt., fell, striking Scott, who was in a stooping positio...
THE WREC[?] OF THE STRATHMORE. Galle, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
THE WRIECU ('I THE S'rI',TiIIMOIE. (Fromn the S. 11. Ilerald's Telegrams.) Galle, February 24. The arrival at Galle of tile survivors rrom the ship Strathmore, lost on tile Crozet Island in July last, created senvsation. A reief fund and sistuaice in clothingr were rt once fortheoming. .Most of the seamen have been sent to Einglanl by steamer. Tile Ceylon Government have been appealed to about senlding the passengers to New Zealand. The Sierra Morena put in here and landed 12 passengers and 8 of the crew, part of tihe sur vivers of the Strathmore, of Lundee, new iron ahip, of 1872 tons, co her first noyage from London to New Zealand, wrecked in Joly, 1875, on one o l'the Crozet Islands, in the Southern ocean. Tlheabove and twentvy-four others were taken off the islhnd on the u2nd1 January by the American whaler. Youngi 'hein ix, a swretched egndition, On the 226th. Jainuary the 'Phl?ix eill in with the Sierra lorena, iad transferred the o20 persons larded to-day. ' Owing to searcity...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE.' ARRIVALS. APRIL 10. Canny Scot, barque. 27, BlLake, from Nol 0son. t. B Wallace, ilgent. llovrs*lam, barque, 465. Croll, from WVeling ton. Cllptal, auollt Italy, brqu, 2YG, Gourley, from Ilobsrt Town, Harriet' Armilage, Inrque, 233, Mailer, from Dunodin. . F. Stokes and Co., agents Fairlio, schooner, 176, frnom Knipera, with timber. W. K. Lochhe;d, agent COASTWISE. April 9. Escort, from Sydney. April 10. Ballina (s s.), from Northern ports; MOorpeth (a.s.), from Sydnley.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
SHIPPING. 1P BEDFORD SSHIRE. CAPTAIN W. H. CAWNE WARREVwill not be responsible for any debts contracted by any of his crow while in this port, withous his written authority. R. B. WALLACe, 190 - Agent. S *HIP SALISBURY. CAPTAIN GEORGE CASE will not be responsible for any debts oan tiaoted by any of his crew, while in this port, withoit his. written at..thoit " AL E , RB. VALLA ,E . 191 Agent. BW ITISH SHIP ,"OLIVE."' Zru'rAIlN GEORGE DAVIS will not bt, responsible.r.. DEBTS CONTRACTED by any of his crew, s?i s in this Port, without his written authority. W \ ; 192 \, Aaents. ` HIP OORONA." ::OAPPAIN STRACHAN will not be respoes iible for ANY DEBTS CONTRACTED by any of his crow, while in this,Port, without hie written authority...I. 3. 1YALLAGE, 189 \Agent: xN E Wi Sf-TEAISHiP -COMPA9ilI . . (r.uwron.). l''E:AS'TER IIOLIDAYS! RBndwiok Races and ,Exhibition. Thee+;S.;. S KEMBLArwi ,rin at SINGLE FARES FOIL THIE.DOUBLE JOURiNEY, for ri hqe'(3) Weeks, from . , * . RUI IAY;`1 U h APRIL.,...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
SHIPFPING. IN PORnT. Snirs ..edfordshllre, I115, Varren. R. B. Wallace, aglt; baldlast jetty ossues, French ship, 750, Guignon. . F. Stokes it Co?, agents ;ballaa?tjtty ..Corona,..l199,. Sctraha n. .. It . Wallace, li e, 846, Davis. Bingle, White, and Co., " Faent- ballast jetty Salisbury,lq95. Case. ' RB." Wallace, agent; 'ir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J. and A. BroCfi, ogeitsa; ballant.letty Ardvar 858, Biirns. lingogle, White, and Co., agenla:; ballant jetty . lpliingtbn, 32 ; loanded for Hongkong. R. B.Wll anoges G.Wnt; horseshoe - lr "Blelheim, 575, Garner. R. B. WVallacangent ; -iallactjetty olahicito, 432, White ; o. 5 crane; load ineCoa-operative coal for' Dunedin. J. Reid, agent Camille, 305, Staifford. C. F. Stokes and Co, a?gelil:s; stream r" SCnny Scott 327, Blake. R. . B Wallace, agent ; to load Wallsend coal for Dunedin Chepir.a; 446, 'Jones. It. B. Wnllace,' agent ilallat jetty ; to load Wallsend for San Pedro Delta, Evans; i. B. Wallace, agent, Horse shoe, to sail for S...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER I (CONTINUED). MISS BLAKE—FROM MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
THE vH AUNTED -.HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. Br MIas. J. 11. RIsoto., AUTIon or A Lire's S AsiLz, GEORGE GE? aH, Ac. CIHAPTER I (CONTINUED). ,MISS BLAKE--FIROM MESMORtY. Sui never lost an hour in coming to us; With the dust or travel upon her, with the beat and burden of quarrels ;.vith railway porters, and encounters with cabmen, visible to anyone who chose to read the signs of the times. Miss Blake came pounding up our stairs, wanting to see Mr Craven. If that gentleman was engaged, she would sit down in the general odice, and relate her latest grievances to a posse of sympathising clerks. "And he says ho won't pay the rent," was always the refrain of theso lamenta tions. "It is in Ireland he thinks he is poor soul I" she was went to declare. " We'll teach him different, Miss Blake," the spokesman of the party iould leclare; whilst another ostenta tiously \mended a pen, and a third , brought ~own a ream of foolscap and laid it wlsh it thump on the desk before him. "And, >...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
MEDIOAL. D R. N A S '11', (For the last nine years Surgeon to tllhe .ppe Goulburn District Ilospital, Victoria), WALLSEND. 31 'fEETII ! TEETH! TEETII! J.'I- FITZHII--BERT, M.B., Surgical and Mecchanical Dentist, IVItie IEart Iotel, Murruruendi. Painless Extraction by a new American Process. Teeth packed, sealed, and preserved from decay. ilack Teeth restored to their natural pearly whiteness. Scurvy and Spungy Gums restored to their healthy and nnturnl tone. Toothache, Eurache, Neuralgia, Headache, cured while waiting, or in two minutes. Cancer or Ulcerated Throat, Rheumatism, Gout, Hleart Disease, Skin Disease, Sore Legs, from whatever cause, Piles, and all derangements of the Internal Viscera. For all the above complaints a cure ,unrneteed. Beware of the long-mouldering osease and life-ilestroyer. Come in time I Don't put olfuntil toolate ! Consultation free. Any contagioeus diseases specially treated, at Present Address, White .Hart Hotel, Murrurundi. I 0' B B S' FAHIIULY MEDICIN...
New Phase of Servantgalism. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
Niew Phase of Servnmtgalism, TitE now phase of seryantgalism consists in a rascally attempt to extort money. A lady residing in the city, who did not knpw that to advertise now for a girl sixteen or eighteen years of ago brings about a house a cluster of girls of worthless character, all acting in concert advertised for one last week, and experienced the full force of the difliuuly. Fully fifteen appeared, al though the first or sdcond was accepted, more, however, through the persistent way in which she begged for employ. nient than through her appearance. It pould be seen outside that a perfect systema of telegraphing was at work a nong them. The one employp.l returned to her work in the course of an hour or so after being engoged, and she was set about some light ordinurj duty. HIer mistress left the kitchen where the girl was employed, but on returning in the course of half-an-hour found to her surprise that she had quietly decamped. Hero was a difficulty to be solved-what could ...
Newcastle Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
Newcastle Vlater Supply. Trio MoemborTofoi.Nswcastle is to move, in tihe Asessimbly,`this. eveking,'the fol. lowing resolution-)' " :.' " That this House will, on Friday, 21 April, resolveo,itself into a Committee of the Whlolo to consider the proprilot.:bffpro. sonting an address to the Governor, pray ing that his Excellency will be pleased to appoint a 'cominissiobn to inqunire into the best means of suppling the city of New castle and tihe urroutlding mining, tqwn ships with water, and the proebable cOsts thereof; and that ho will.be pleased to cause to beo placed on an Additiou?plEs timnato foi the preietit yedri a' stin isflil ieout to cover the expense of such comn mission,, . . . Very few of the inhabitants of this dis trict witl'say that this motion- willhave been bi'ought bofodrethe House a'dy tfoo soon. For 'l 8rio tifni noiv thocitizuii oat Sydney have beeniaienking the arches of heaven almost ring'with" the cry for water, and the cblumns o tlhb Sydney daily Press hlido b...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
CAVE ADULIAM. By one of those refreshing incidents which: occasionally happen amidst' the everyday occurrences of this munndane scone, and which are so confirmatory of the infallibility of masn, the particulars of the "Botting Houses Suppression Bill," convoyed in some tolegraphic messages, got severely mixed up, and his Excellency was .slhamefully taken to task in this colusm for dissenting from the Bill, in ste.isd of giving his assent to it. It may be some consolation to tlhe Governor, while coldescending to accept our present sapology, to know that wo have punished the actual source of our misfortune by prohibiting him from attending the forth coming race meeting inl this district on the Queen's ,birthday. . His Excellency )vill well inderstandh titlstaw hi vo ethus in llicted tlhio iheaviost cldstiseinent i our .power upon oilr misniled reportier I do not?kiinow iliother that brook: which has been so ofton quoted as "' roll ing on for over," is rolling on now or not, but I know...
ANOTHER WRECK—: 90 PILGRIMS DROWNED Bombay, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
.ANOTHER WRECK--: 90 PILGRIMS DROWBNED Bombay, March 8. The steamer Joward hoas been wrecked, She left Jeddah on the 16th January with upwards of 400 pilgrims. On the same night she struck on a reef known as thie Coomptas, and becamo a total irreck. 390 pilgrims, the captitin, the chief officer, two engineers, and thirty-eight-of the crew were drowned. Only thirteen persons were saved out of 430. An accident at sea is reported by Captain Evans, of the City of I[obart (s.), which arrived yesterdlay front Newcastle. At half-past eight n.m. on the 411 instant, shortly after tile steamer had rounded Gabo Islanld, a barque was observed endeavouring to attruct attention by waving lights. Captniin Evans stopped his vessel to receive a boat from the barque, which turned out to be the Vivid, Captain G. Jones, from Newcastle, bound to Melbourne 'Captain Jones stated that one of his aprrentices. Castle Drew, five days previously had fallen from the maintopmast head, breaking his arm oand sever...