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TARCUTTA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
lLa2' uTARtOUTTA. I Tho ioshop of. Goulburn preached irtbh newv?Clhicli, Wogga' Wsags, three lni~ia~ 00 Sunday to ver oargo eongr , tt anti~"?d'con firmbd nearly hirty. perons.- ie and Mrs. Thomas havejutarrivel at Tareutta to hold service at 'M?3 Mato's and at Oberno. They are on the way to Gundagi. Th-64 Bishop waso miueh gratified wvitli the desigit ofttho new building and with the zeal, ability, and oundess of Archdeacon Poweall. Hodoes-oot expbet to reach Gosilburn intil *1o middle of June. Ho and rs.-s,.hiomk Zhave already Itravelled on visitation abiout 1100 males.
"Toleration." [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
"T'Ioleratioll." Oun contemporaries the Herald, Mail, and Echo were rather exercised lately at the thought of Mr. Dalley accepting the vacant Judgeship, and of course they appealed to the religious prejudices. The W~agqa Wagga Advertiser happily hits off their manuer of doing things. That paper writese:-The Echo, treating of this question, expresses the belief that we have not yet arrived at that happy state of toleration which places the Roman Catholic statesman or judge above the suspicion of other deaomina tions. The writer says: "We hone to see the day when tole ration is actual as well as logal-when people will not only shout for civil and religious liberty, but will love it and practise it-when a man's reliiouns opinions will not he canvassed on his appointmoent to any otiec-when fitness for office and purity of character will be thought compatible with all shades of theological belief, and when persecution, social and political, as orll as legal, will have become a thing of t...
PECULIARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
P1ecurrAuTras.--,, Every man," said Mark Lumon ona oveiu, at 'ma club, " hoe his peculiarities, though I think I amr ae free rotm them ua most menm ma any rate, J don't know tor P ch but aftr a whleo Aihert Smith a ked, " Which hnmd do yom shave woith u e ?' W \ith my right hnand," replied Lemon. "' Aim" returned thu othtr, ",thatas your peculiarity; most people shavo with a razor." Sesorniav. -A genmmelnan ouserved an urulmin who liad a large nlice of bread in his hand, a00d who was crying very hitterly, " My son," he ,xrl imed, " what are you crying about?" " ulather mron'tuhoo-hoo-o--put any buther on my i read-hou hoo-oo I" " Oh, is that all ?" said the gentleman, " Come dry u0 your tears and ho a mart." " It uinm't ao mued ho batter," retorlad time little urelmin I " ito thme diapuoltiun? of thao old woman." " You muat take the will for the deed,"' as youmg William a mid when ho proposed to thu yarmamg lady Ito had jimat onv'ed from mldrmownimmg. y .oun-las I/s u d I" exelahate...
A Born Journalist. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
, A Born Journalist. TuE Goremandel Mail givies the follow leg biographical- sketch of a: Colonial journalist: -" We learn that Mr. Montagu frown, who for a period of two years has filled the sub.editorial chair of the Now Zealand 1Jerald, is about to leave .Auckland for Dunediu, to fill an engagement on the Oardian, a leading morning daily paper. Although young in years, Mr. Brown ranks among the smartest newspaper men of this or any of the neighbouring colonies. And from. our personal knowledge of thbs gentlhman, if he did not possess all the qualifications of newspaper work, we should say shame for hiim. Mr. Brown was born prematurely in an editor's room adjoining a newspaper printing office, and has been couneeted with the newspaper press from that hour to this. At three days old a girl to whom the child had been committed let him fall into a keg of printer's ink, and it wao days and days before he could be brought to his original comploxion. At twelve months old nothing would p...
[FROM THE S. M. HERALD.] PORT MACQUARIE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
FOTHS. M.d IJDLI.] .s * ]?ORT miCU I::'-,,:?,) Quarte Sessions hlve "onchuded.' Judge. I oysiiotTrieid tlFoi heo,;and Mr. Dockerwas Crown Prosecutor. Lowloy, chorged with larcony, was acquitted; Moonoy,* for violent a?sanult, was sentenced-to twelve months' im prisoihment in Darlidghistot;' "lb6ming, for 'larceny, ;waseoentenced. to oighteen npgtlsis' ipqiisonment in Darlinglulret; Grace BIe son, for larceny, to ninu mionth's imprison ment in PorLMacquarie gaol...., ... y Tie civil cases ar'n6thnportimnt
Mr. McElhone as a Senator. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Mr. McElhone as a Senator. (Froan the Western Independent.) CAN anyone "take" tip to dav's THeral, and if they sink tletitselves into weari. somcenes-tthe utter nothingness of no meaning absuirdity--cenn they fail pier-" ceiving the ,absurdities. w?ih chharac terias our, Asseonhly de~ateas Does anyone of an ordinary calibre fail in' noting the absence of all good taste, ihe lack of even decent ,ourtesy, the wan. of that dignity, which, in its operation, should characterise our House cf Repre sentatives chosen by and from the people by their own free. choice. For 'miy own part, I do admit. the principle that wo most have men of MeElhone's character to do certain work ; they are necessary evils to a, growing community; they rake up rubbish where others dread to tread upon it. But even if in the ex treme plentitude of their special wisdom they overstep the mark of common cour tesy, it is not yet beyond our limits to bring them to book for it. It appears to me that the honorable sember ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
* ... . . OU... E A great firo lits jists taken place in Littlo Collins-strcet. £13,U00 wberth of property !htive becn destroyed. -Thle 'wliolesale jowol 'Iry nnd. tobacco cstnblisiuncnt of" M~essl. ?anlk 'asnd' Co',inbo bccne'nltirciy delttoyidd, James Trovarrow lias been conictod ;of a criminal nssult on blargaret :Buggs, a nl sentenced to ten years' jienal servitude, Iwith tlreo monthl' soltary confinement. 'nd to receive lifty lashei. r o , .... '". Cos«tick, the cricketor, ran a local pedos trian for a trophy, winning theo rac'o ly threo .ynrds liftes " verjy oxciting tcnerit.b?e " '. : .'he Rutlihrglen Ilinmng Co. it WVaiunyah hane ttrUpk a roof, whlicli gies a largeo nmn-, her of ounces of gold to tlho.ton, and shares are qlotod from £5 to £100 each.'.' '-'.I At a mopting of theo Nttionel''R fofdi letgdio on Thursday, a Mlr. Stafi gave niotic .of motion thatl tlho Lcoguo? should. obtuai,'i]pgal lidviceas to theo possibilityof impeaching SirWV. .tawollnile phtting hiiri'on lis...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday, 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
L »ATESTTELEGRAMS. C(From our Sydney Correspondent.) . SYDNEY. ' "" :i S.. Friday; 8.0 p.m.. SThe ,Postmaster.General hs alreadly received several .offler to construct a second anble, when it is'fully decided upon. An oetraordinasy charge of riot has booeen mnado at thie WVater .Police Court to-day. Sovnnteoon persons havo beei summonecd; all highly respectablo inhlbitaitg..of-Bilmain, one of whom" is -'aM alcdrin . Four of the parties summonsed have been discharged. Mr. Windoyer is engagoe for the defence. The case is adjourned. In the Divorce Court, to-day, the marriage of Hans Anderson, oystorman, of Moscquito island, with Mary Ann, was ordered to bo dissolved at the expiration, of six months. *- young man -'named l?' undoers,.-;lias Williams, lhas been committed for trial" to-day, for.burglary. in-tho- Catholie.Coient . at Five Dook. e . The aunIal-liess hmatoih batwoanlV'ctoria iaid'Noi"'Suntli'T~Wdefs'tnhibplaco'on Wedneso day next. it ' . , . Reeved 10 p.m. - Rain continues f...
THE POOR BOX [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Tgs;g ygq Box-Our worthy -,,ce Magistrate ceived radletr p ourpr to on Fri. daiy aaocnaitg pn 9pteing tt.o p oo'g box (tt the Cono~rt-ttoe, when h9p discoyored 1ytn? ht ?hc bottom (inter alia) to wllo lhalf-sheproign, a half-crown, and a otslllirg pice, Wthonit is taken into considenrtion that the usual dona tiona dropped into this charitable receptacle, reach aa a role to the extent of only one shil leng peov week, for the apace of fifteen weeks or'thereabohts; it will no longer 1to't mattor of woisilbt, how" .Mr. Slott gavo way to his feelings, or'vhy he asked the bailitf with in eredsilona caution if the half-eovereign was a good eta, \Va sincerely hope the charitable individual who placed ?ho coin in the box will excuse the suspicion as to the 'I genuine ring of the metal," which flitted across Mr. Scotts mind, under the circumstances. The Poor taox is now in debt to the amount of £17 to. 7Td. 'lhero has only been Ito. id. received during the past itfteefwlohks, imnd six peorons...
CLEARANCES.—May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
VLZAUANC0..-,Mfny 19. Boycito ]larqnn, ledge, for Dunedin with 600 tons coal J. Ieid, and Co.. agents Jovee Phinlliis barquo, Kirby, for Melbourne watt' 790 tons coal B. B. Wolloce, agent Lady~ Emma blarque, DBerdae, for Hobart Town with V80 tons coal C. F. btokes and Co. agents 4' oubeam barquc, Clayton, for Calcutta with 480 tons coal J. od A. Brown, agents
(Before Messrs. Hannell and Smith, J.P.'s.) STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
(Before Mennra. IIannc und Smith, J.I ':) STEALING . 1¾1.. lMartin Anderson, on g reanrd, was charged witlh stoeling, on the 17th inst., an oilskin coot npd a pair rf; oilskin trousors, of the vYtluo of 18s,, the property of W. Grisdalo. The prisoner pleaded guilty, nndo re- ceived one month's imprisonmont in Mait?. land gaol, . ILLEGALLY CArlYINo A sEAiAAN TO S?A. (?aptain Kirby was charged with taking to sao John lullivap, without having proviqosiily 'ntired into an agreeloeist writh him, as requiied by law. NIr, Nihliolson appeared for tllbhcoih plainant, Tloero was no appearance of defondaqt, Sdrvico of isummons was proved' by Constable Shearer, , The Bench ordered that a' warrant should be Issued for the arrest of deofen ':::. . . - . . .
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
bHIPPING IN4 PORT. Sntors. Asrayc, 1281, 31citstchia; Stoakton, dis charging ballast. Bingle, White, and Co., agents Blair Hoyle, 1291, Higgins, to load Walls ond coal for SonFranscico; in stream. Bnugle, W'ite, and Co., agents City of Nankin, 9086, McLean, stream, to load \Walisend for San Francisco. R. B. Wallace, agent , Fill, 1407, Brown; R. B Wallace, agent stream, to load Greta for Sen Francisco Invorerne, 740, Foreman, Bingle, White and Co. agents ; rloeehooe,-te nail 31;tredale, i230, Brown. It. B. Wallace, anreot; Nu. 2 cran0 loading Greta for San Fran cisco loonta, 627, Pearco. G. Hewison, agent; /aid op fialienury, 1095. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent; itream-, Snrnna? (Swcdisb), 708, Nylen. Binglo, White and Co., agents ; ioaded, San Ffnt. War'wink Castle, 450, Warren, at Jettys: B. B. Wollace, agent The Douglas, 1428, John Wilson, stream, to load Wtdliend coal for San Francisco; Bingle Whiteand Co., agents Brodick Castle, 177., Thyne, Jetiy's, to load for San Franniso; 0. F....
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
]NEWVASTLE POLICE COURT. -iFiAY, Ikr 10, 1870. .ff , lBefor. Ea elle JP.P)C * , DRUNiENN ESS. Five persons wei ediaidt with. " 'i' ':Michael Burke, for indecent coisduct in Hunter-trtret on the night. of the 18th~, was ordered to pay a fineof 8s., or to be imprlisoned in the lockulp for 24 hours.. (Bieore Mlses Hamnell and Shaw, J.P.) iKE5Pi1N A COMMOfi 0iii1 ouset. Ah Olhd, on bail, was cbhit.ged Withl keeping a cnn isosnigasii4 lho ilie t Nest: aMri Waflace pr cutd"ih iihifuot Police,-,and Mr. It.W T?hopmspson, ap peared-for the defence., ,, , Mr. Thompson submitted that prisoner. was not before the- Court inlanyyway the Bench [eali'take cognisanceof, s. the in forpsation wasutterly- useless and utterly. void. I The person obtaining the warrant had prayiddfor a search warrant, which would confin_ them merely to the searching for . instruments of un lawful - gaming. "TTihe . nformation shonlinot.ihave boo' Iin Liid. He bb jected to the informationaes it did not shswlthat it war eom...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
CA?ED ULLAM. NEWOASTLE Popi "BBd The collectioiso for t)xe.]Asidifteen w?ek for this medium ot publi6 eharity .in Newcastle, have. rcicheld he astomshing amount of 14s. 4d., that .sto esy, not quite a sh?iling per week. The philhmtrophy of this district could lirrdly be more practically displayed thani in this annsouncment. Bad as this is, still worseeremains behind. Mr. Soorr, the Police Magistrate has advanced money to the credit of the Poor-box to the amount of £17 3s. 7Td., and at the weekly rate of ' Charity to the poor," as exhibited in the previous statement, it will be about three husiarse4 f orty weeks before the debt is paid bff...'EBj 't is time the respected seiiuri om the i'r Box Fund may be *fuhl? exjsisdtdd to:b far advanced onthe rbad to that region wh re "Charity never .failoth,' and where all other things are buit s- soundingbaTsses or a-listiik1"iig cymbals.
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Uyasal ship for London the Co-operative Steam-tug Company's tug Hougaree arrived in Newcastle yesterday fave? noon from Sydney. She had been haid op for eleveh weeks, and has undergone a thorough overhaul, and presenlo quiteon mariappearance. She towed the barque Anodell and the barquo Louhoaw, both of which are consigued to 3Iecsrs, J. 0, Ellis and Co. from Sydney. The ship Conflict, 1071, Captain Hardy, wan towed to sen yesterdoy evening from tihmlorso. bhoo,.with a cargo of 1450 tons of Waolisod cool for San Francisco. 'Iho ship Hudson, 775, Captain .0. G, Col ville, arrived in or1 at shout 4 o'clock yeotor. day afternoon from Lyttleton. She left for this port on the 58th .prol, and after heating about for oix days, atteuinpcj to get through Cook's Straits, was obligeo to go nortn about, her pas. sogd being thereby considerably protracted, Ligbt E.S.E. and S. weather war experiemeed ibro ut the passage. The Hudson is con nigned to SMr. R. 3. W.allace. The barqcu Anh, from Newzrst...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
SEWING MACHINES , JJOME SmUTTLE SEWING . MIACBINES. SPECIAL CAUtION As there have been some worthless German Imititions brought into this market, purehasers must bucareful tuolook for the reme of'" ML MOSS A CO.," which is stamped on the steel side, end ony no Machine unlesu no snamped, no mutter by whom they are offered or under what • eprescrntation or oereue. r Atl Genune Hore Shuttle Machines are stamped "'l. MOSS & CO., Sole Agents." WALTER PIEVE, Agent, Hunter-street, 61 Newcastle C-ERTI]IOATl OF AGEN01 IMPROVED 1I0311 SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. This Certifies that MESSES. M. MOSS & CO., •the Sale non or IMrROVED 1103111 SHTlvTLE SEWING MAChlINS in Australia, and we Soe and will not, opply aay other parties with the improved tlurre Shntrle bowing -Ilachine for site in Australis. JOHNSON, CLARK, & GO., tanufacturerso, Boston, U.S., A. Dec. 22nd, 1875" flo All Gerrito Machines stamped " M. Sloss & Co., Sile Agerte, Sydne " -2 HuALTErtt NE t, Agent, E...