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WRECK OF THE ORESTES (S.) Galle, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
'WRECIK CF TME ORESTES'(S. ) Gt,lle, March.8. Yesterday eventing the Orestes (s.), of Holt's line, bound for China, whilst making this port with the intention of coaling, struck on the Geindura Reef, five miles distant, but got off, and steamed ahead. ..She was, however,.so damaged that filling rapidly, the water' reached the enineeroom, lndl put ou the fires by tile time shle had reached about abreast of the flagstaff; and the Bucentaur (s.) went out of the harbour to her assistance,. Every attempt was made to tow her inside or beach her in asnafo place, but ineffectually. She sank in the outer anehorage at half-pant 7, in about fifteen fathoms of water. She belongs to Alfred Ilolt, and it was her second voyage.. The cargo is a general one, and very .valhuble. ethling was saved; there was. only ono lady passenger on board, and. she with tile crew is ashore The Orestes was one month and four days from Liverpool. Captain Buckley was on tihe bridge.at the time of the accident. The eng...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1876. Before Mr. Hannell, J. P. INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
., NEWCASTLE POLICE COuRT. . i ..I ONDAYu , APRIL 10, 1870:; 6.. Beoforo, 'Mr. Haunull; J. P. INsiLTINO LCNOUAOE. Williami Tohlnso was charged` with lis ing hisiultiiig words to Mary Kiinear, 'in Blanc-street, onthe" 7th inst. Complainant deposed : In the forenoon of Friday last she was hanging out a: bas ket of clothes, and defendint called out to hir that he would out the line. She said hse would defy him: to do so. Ho called her a name . unfit for publication.: He vas at the time in a public place.' . B defendant :. She was not throwing bricla nor dishesat him; ' ' William Clarke was called, but' could giveo f evidence affooeting the case.''' Sthl d6fenceo Annie de Martini was calle ,.aud deposed that Joluisoin did'not ous tiJ .vri'ds' alleged.g od 'TIBeich dismissed tlie case . .'Frederick' H. Bonel a' seaman, wvas charged with stealing, at Newcastle, on the 3rd ult., tlni silum of £40o Os. Od, the liroperty of John Gellatly. Sorgeant .Doiohioo deposed: I chirged the prisonoerFr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
Notice to Constituents .` I=E wish to informn'our Eriends in 7'ldlsend, 'w Lm"Lnbton, andiotherlplao nthat, notwitbstand tag tho ostensible emovling of our l'rinting Olce, the 'PUBLISHNG l ? EILL U1 DONf IN f ALLS END, AS USUAL, .md our MlR. TURNER will reeoive ordlers for ADVEIRTISEMSENTS aot JOB PIN O, upp to .30pm0 . dullyo '" l ' .l . r Mr. TUINLt' S Teooponuy Oilicowill ;beht tMr. ALN WICK'S, Nelsou-street, next th Northlouhber land Iotel, where all Advertisements, Ordcrs for i Job Printing, &., my b. left;. n0d copies of thel ? INew EwrlT 'oReIo u HEaALDO A TE INDiouu'Aovo CATO" ohbtailed .. .... ,~y'lob Pintiag of every descril?tjon will bo ercouled with greaterdispatch thlur hltherto:' , J. 3fSWEET, Si ' . ... Proprietor, •4th )faul?, 18-l:1 . hb j' cpTt! pTe oLtiflun t3ieratb .IiNERS',:' ADVOOATE: '. M oNDAY;.APRIL;_t_,_ 1870.'
Public Meeting at Wallsend. PROPOSED DIVISION OF THE BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
Pnblic cctingat.Walasciid. .. PROPOSED DIViSrON Del TH BOROUGH. f ' .'eaeoimoar it'al'ied Cor.repondent.). A pvDLIn aIEETiN. of.perisonS inlittrested in the proposed division (of the lMunici polity'of .Wallseud w;ss hold dio Friday -eveninog last, at .MIr. Lorey's Great ' Northern Hiotel. There .was a moderate attendance; and Mr; W.-Wonders was voted to the chair. The' Chairman stated that the meet. ing had bcei called bfor the purpose of , considerinilthe boili dicy'tiliuo of. the Sproposed di'ision-of the Municipality. .Too 'business connected with the pro 'I posed division had not been attended to as it ought to hiavi' been, and lhe hoped .that suneh action would be taken thatu evening" as would prevent the questioti , froni falling tirough. A plan or trac ing of the boundary:liio of the twod boroihghs had boen prepared, and was Slyinig on the table, and if this swas S'adopted persons could be selected fronm .the audience to collect the signatures to 'the memorial for tite divisi...
TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
TELEGRAIHIC \VWI 'Ihft elRRPORT. April 1n, 9 n.m.:' Sonlt Anaalia-wri ind B., fino. hlllelhonr -wind hR, tine. Svdnny wind S.S.N, fine : new maiodoainta ..i.nnma niuad S.E., alhowery sen risin. Wollongoang wind S.W., dull. Jervia Bay-wit d S., 'fiosb aluowary; ne w nodnrlae IEden--wind S'WV, like- rain.--Gunlna..IalnnJ.--uind-A.\ N.A., anawcry Leary.. aenn: Bdroken Bly-wind S., light rn ; HOW smnnothl: 'Part Mncquariea wind S.C'., alhnwery acn smanotlh
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
T'o the Editor of the. &ewcasttle Moreninhg Herald and Minzers' Advocate.) Sin,-My attention was drawn to a letter froni your e6rrbp oiiddnt'tit Greta;' of I?uif Tuesday, whereoin ho's lidi thlat3'r. Slieddobiwanted to advise me not to give the Greta miners any rcrdit.. Nov sir, tlilis is agreatfalselhood, as )r:-Slieddon neld my'self hao hiail 6no conver sation whatever, for the last six months. By inserting.,the,aboveyou will greatly oblige, G, PAR?ONS. Butcher, Greta.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
CORRESPONDENCE. [Lo? it be 0:ditictly undeldtco that we do 'not ileutity ounhnclc w"ith the ogtiahul exIneesved by ourenponded Lt. nAll eomulnieun natho.n must hlave the nam.o nod addlrew ow of the ?niti n attached, not nce±w?rily for publication, but nos n guarantee"of good faith. WVe don't believe in in.?.tln+ lette-? when* tlcyt..nppcr in other S I paper alo I Rejected communications will not be returned.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
WANTEDS. IW ANTED, a GENERIAL SERVANT Good waces given. Aply Dos 'SKri , Miami. 198, WY ANTED, Two Respectable HOARDERS. P Apply to lira. . DAVIs, Devon-street.. Plttsburg. 196 W ANTErI, a COOK. Also, a General SERVANT. Apply to ,Mra. HiLL, Q.C.E., Newcastle. T-ANTrID, TWO TURNOVERR to the TV JOB PRINNTING BUSlNESi. Apply to the Offico of this Paper. .ITANTED, immniediately, PLASTERPIRS TV for a Small Job-laliorand materials or dlaor only. Apply J. HUnzAnA, 'Yacht Club Hotel. 203 ITTANTED, a DW]VE.LING-HOUSE, ad ' jacent to Bolton-street, Newcastle. Apply at this oflice. ~ ANTED, AT GRETA, an AGENI' fo WV the Newcastle AMorning l~rald and Mtiners' Advocate, who will'seo to the promplt delivery of the paper every morning, act as correspondent, Ac, ., &. Apply a once to J. HL SWE'T, TENDERS. T E N DER S. TENDERS will be received for FRONT BUILDINGS, SHOPS, ENTRANCES, &e., for New Theatre, Perkin-street, for Mr. Johnd Bennett. Plans and Specifications may be seeoon at M...
GRETA AGAIN. To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 April 1876
SGRETA AGAIN. To thle'Eitor of thf Neircastlf'ornfngHerald and Mliners' Advocate. Sm,-A letter in y'sTrday's .Mailland Mer cury, signed 1" A. Sheddon," purports to give an-explailntibii"of 'ffairs' at Greta from the commeneomerit, 'and as it insiiuates.that we have given a false statement of affairs to the district. TYe shall, witli your coi?sont, review its contents, Ho tells us that on the day of Mir." Vickery'swvisit :T ,; iTowards the after. noon a youth came over to' iifquire whether the men could'seo Mr, Vickery." If the writer had began atthe commencement, he would have said thit he told' a minorebbfore Mr. Vickery came, that 4s. per ton was to be the futuro price, and wished him to convey the informatidn ;: toC 'the mioen, but this ' minor declined to do sd, and recommended him to do that himself.. Iowvoderthe wind got into it,'idid it ivent'with telegraphic, speed from ear to ear, and all were'on the alert for further news, when another minor .was informed by Mr. S., tlhal ...
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
" III TLL¶D. FTArAL ACOIDIENT BY FImE.-On atrdaly night last BMr. Miichael anley, nserly agent for Messrs. J. T" & J. sohey, and traveller for Messrs. Wood ros., of this.city, was frightfully burnt slat rcpaerisng for bed at Wall's Hotel, et 5aitlaund, and hos since died from a severe lhock received. Mr. Hanley ad retired to bed at about 10 o'clock, and artly.before 11 Mrs. Wall heard some Scalling out for assistance. Slhe his ned to the top of tlhe stairs, anid there w.theo poor fellow alhnost in a state of i dity, and burnt about the lhead and is dy in a frighitful manner.. Tihe best re dies weore used, and poor Hauley was . ieyed to the Hospital, where he re ved every care and attention;.but -so erb were his injuries tlathledied yestor . Ho stated that he was liglltinglis pipe -bed, mnd negleethbg to extinguish tlho tch the bedclothes caught, fire, and b ore he could miake aany attempt to sub ¶ tlie flames, he was burntand reiodered lost helpless. The deceased was about ,...
JESMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
.ANIVEn SARYi SsRviOs" LThe nas nivereary services of the WVesleyas-Ohurch were held on Snuday inild Monday last. On Sunday-three special sermn6nswe:ro preached by thioe Roev. Mr. Parr, from ?laltliind. The attelidance at the hist service was very good. § On Mlonday a opblic tea meeting.ws hel, when about 0 sat down to a substantial tea provided My r. G. Smith. After the tables had 'been cleared away the visitors and friends ain congregated. for the after meeting, cn 1ev.. . Robson was voted-to the choir, in the absence of Wmn. Steele, Esq., Lwho was prevented fronm attending on ac cont of' the inclemency of the weather. Address were delivered by the Revss. Robson, Rogers, and Par, Iand several choico pieces of music were rendered by ,lo Churchi choir, under the conductorship f Mr. C. Smith. . The total collections smountedto about £4, which, with tihe .roceeds of the tea will make a profit of bout £7. The meeting, which was not e successfuli as it would hiavo beeoon if the eathmer ...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
*" . d "WARATAW. ',' NEW GooDs So?n--The new goods shed is now halmost completed, which will be a great convenience to the tradesmen of the district, as the1 old one has beeon fomuid for some time post to be too small for tIo gErowiig toequirem!·np a pf tim ploe0." ThI 'Fo?Yv.-,Althbugh thb' sasdrson has not boon one of tihe moat ipropitiol1q kind, a huoe nmilmbcr 6'f people visit t?fl Gtipl9ps on 'i Sldhay ; tlp4 'qonoe lit ":'bu?i rlt;.q~l/rle~to l :It'% "ctnto cc ' i? theo travollli g' fiikc : 1lqt,t"ys rb~td? fR enar'n an T ei V Iesa, comn . runyin? f in8? I?'?:tlj''d I'-,?L • ? ....., ",- .? ., ... , ittr. at, aon, anld sea ?0 a egcqzw3 4le? p tyq share of patronage. 'fits rosd t? ino completod by way of Tighbo's Hill, which forms a pleasannt drive to p)oerons who arer engaged for the wholo week in business pursuits in Neowcastle.
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
NEW LAMBnTON. TE COLLIE?nY.-The pit has been ait work all day to-day, and we hear it is likely to do much better this week, Hrs.saonaonoan -I mentioned in my correspondence aomno time ago that a party of gentlemen were about to start a brick manumfactory in this town. Before launch. ing too far into thie speculation they havo had the clay put to a practical test, which has proved natisfactory. Thie company are determined to push the matter ahead, and, witlllthat aim. in view, ]aveeonghigbti ;I mon to miake a start at once. ' i.'.i L':'l '.T haeiP Rnyt GutLLs.-Tha sinking pit is now down about 180 feet, and they ,. expect to go 80 feet more before reacahhi? thlo working seamn. They have pasised through two seanis already, lint it is in tended to sink to tile lower scani befolrti stopping. The railway will'soon'be cd?m plotedi ow, aid bof8io isiany!inibr' wdr~ i we mayo'xpddt to ade coal'in thd'inarkoet. POSTALr DEilVExRY.:-I am glad 'to have to 'ropoid' that wis lirvo ;t ]as. succeed...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
LAIYIITON. A NUIsANcE.-In Elder-streetthero1" is ainuisance which' dmioys a good mainy people residing, in tho vicinity,' besides those who nro continually passing. Tihe nuisance is caused by the natural flow from the properties on" top of the hill, where there'is no means of carrying it away. The: - Mayor and several of the Aldermon haive bden spoken to about this matter, but they seemo to take no notice of it, and the people aro consequently suffering from the effects of their negligence. An impression seensa to have got abroad that any kerbing:ani' guttering done in titf township is done' 'moro for the atke' of ornanmontation tllan usefulness which has the ffbot of deterrilg certain of the Alderimin from proposing to carr'y.out.woerk v'hiclh they would other wise d·o.' :I "have more than: once' ?ihai to' comnplainof of our Council for beingnegligen, of the health of the people,'iid it'is 'tine that they have been informed so many tinmes of tlis'cas.; It is about'agross a charge a...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
SYDNEY. (Bn EJEOTaIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVALT. A:TaL. 10. fandeauoag, ateamer, from Melbourne Platypus, teamoer, from 1richmond River Buclkinghbamrahire, chip, from Lizard Point BIallina, steamer, from Port Stephens Agnes Irving, senmer, from Grafton.
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
WALLSND. MR. J'ansoNs, who was hnrt so sOverely by falliig down the "amnp," and not taking out tho " lunmpe," as .you repoi'ted nme, is also doing wall nuder the areo of tho same medical gentlemnan. . .vi"E 1AloPF ~IimCUS.-Tlhis jpopular colipai?y appeircd oer oin Maoldn.gyovop iig, and, aethiough thinrlili 'fell )ctivily betwooen six antl sevxno o cloac:, tlhico was ia largo atlendalca and the expression was qnpra) asn to itp being a first-elans circli. * 0:"l a.i C o" "HA .-This building nri'io 1 !i!c ' co'iplctiott tL'?h xeof.: ma, pam lnig ~'t on th bi~aj' ~it g at tlme wh' of tlhe tork, bfr. 'Wniht: tihe or t is t Co be coplniciptdd ir this him dusllnilnth Of; (19) qs~i iti blyil doer, a his pronmptltude an i m cotracttir. T cified timno for the comnpletion of tih.lding was June, but Mr. Wright .xped it to bo finished at the expiration of tli?ont wlhich no doubt it will,. ACCoIDENT.-MIr.o J. Skidinoro, who was so seriously injured in the pit, several days ago, I amin happy to s...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE,. IN TYPE -Oongregational church meeting at Wallsend; athletio .clqb: neotiig at' the Qity Hall, Ndwcastle; PriniitivoMethodistanniverpary,Waratah; and other items, NEW ZEASAISD FILES -We 'hBve been favoured by Captain Blake, bf.the barque Canny Scot, with files of Nelson papers of a late date. . PsA~ltoDY.-Au interesting lecture by Mr. Joseph Paxton, J.P., of Sydney, on psalmody was delivered on Monday evening last at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Watt-street. There was a fair attendance, and the lecture was very attentively listened to. FEcNOING TIdE CLOcF.-Tenders have bo eieil'vitell fqr felding the cliff from tlhe topi of 'yat-stre' r.iod" t the Horse shoe Bond, Tr i u oiiec bwil4 be f' feet in. heoigt and of pnrk paling. This matter was first agitated by a coroner's jury at an inquest on a ulan who was killed by jump ing over the cliffl CALEDONIAN GATHEIRINo.-Tlhe eons and daughters of " Bonnio Scotland " intend laeving a grand gathering ...