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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
MEDIOAL. : D I. N A S II (For' 'the last nine years Surgeon to the Uppe Goulburn District Hospital, Victoria), WALLSEND. 31 TIEETH, TEETHF YOUR IE ALTH, ' 25 THO , Greatest Blessing Man Can Enjoy. J. H. FITZHIERIIERT, Surgeon, Medial Botanist, and Mechanical Dentist, hbs arrived at the Northumberland Hotel, Singleton, and can be consulted on thu best method of insert ing Artificial Teeth, preserving the Symmetry ef thie mouth, regular adjustment, natural appearance, and great durability. Painless oxtraetion, by a new American discovery. Teeth filed, sealed, preserved from decay, and restored io their Pearly Whiteness. Teothache Gouet Indlgeatlean Earehoa Unast Diseoc Liver n omplaints Nseeralgia Skinl disease rum 51eadalhe Gaenel Retention ec CUmReA ,ore Ls oturine UJl.eritd tzhroat Aethea wer ore f ou aor SlOematism E ieoel sompluinia king's evil Acne pro say V'n'aeleafmection LNewtlbo , erSerKnnS hllkiade P'A'lkhtnTS soCrirppleg from any of the atone di.easei, deunt put eli" anti,...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
WVALLSEND. ATTPTsow AT BURGLARY.-Anotlher attempt at burglary was made on Sunday night, on the house of Afr. Robert Hill, of Motcalf.otreet, Mr. Robert Shaw, store leoper, who lives next door to Mr. Hill, was standing in his owo verandah, and in the darkness he observed a noao come up to Mr. Mijls gate, open it, aoed enter into the yard, as though he had boon one of Hills family. Some time aoter Mr. Shaw beard footetops mo the house, and as a young man who lodges with Mr. Hill had gone out to work but a short time before, his suspicions were aroused, -as he know that ;Mr, and Mrs, Hill were not at home--andho proceeded to got a gun, with wheihho made his way to the back door of Mr. HiMls promises. On goilg to the back door be found use key close to the door, but the man was not in the house. By this time Mr. Shaw was joined bye man who was then passing, andlhe observed the maoe meking his wayout of toe yard iito the street, when lie reo away. On examining tho premises it. was found ...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL, CHAPTER XIV (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT wIVER HALL, Br Mas. J.TH. RIDDELL, AUTHOK OF .LI 'B' Assiza, Omnoos Gavin, &o. Currza XIV (CONTINUED). ' Something in his face, in the tone of his voice, in the vulgar assumption of his manner, maddened une. I do not know I have never been able to tall, what made me long at that moment to kill. him--but I did long. With an impulso I could not resist, I rose as he retur ned towards the table, and snatching a pistol from the table-fired. ' Before he could reaslise my intention, the bullet was in his brain. He was dead, and I a murderer. " You can understand pretty well what followed. I ran into the passage and opened the door; then, finding no one seemed to have heard the report of the pistol, my senses came back to me. I was not sorry for what I had done. All I cared for was to avert suspicion frem myself, and to secure some advan 'tage from iis death. , Stealing back into the roan, I took all the money I could find, as well as deeds and ot...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
CITY & DISTRIICT. NEWCASTLE. ' , Nlwo.As'rLe ItAcees--W.. nlersthl the various horses entered for tlofortheonfig. mdeting are in splendid trim und .regulaly lalce their gallops overymorDing. Th' eonrm, notwithstanding the into heavy rains, is k splendid condition, and everything bids fai (if the weather is fine) for a very sseteso mul mesting. The "tips" will appear i to-morrow's issue., PhouFESSO' Hf.'. AINSworTH.-Thie renowned mdieal: lecturer, and American Herbalist, has 'arrived in Newcastle, and is located at the Galatea Hotel, Lake Road. Hin consaltations are free, and from the numerous certificates and testimonials held by him, he must be a thorough niaster of the art of medicine. His magnetic electrie fluid is pronounced, by those who have tried it, as marvellous in the cure of disease of every description, so that persons suffering would. do well to apply to him for relief. Mihse ADEnLIn DE 0owasNo.-The audience at the Victoria Theatre last evening, while preparing ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
MELI3OURNE. The Chief Secrotardsiruommended that the' body of the boy Berrry, be exhumod; but the Minister for Justice objects. Two nauvvis on the Inglewood railway, named Coonallan and Mlt'Donald, quarrelled and fought. : Coonallan struck" M'Donald on the head with a stone, causing fracture of the skull. Later intelligence.statesethat M'Donald is not expected to live, and Coonallan is in custody. A man named George White has been killed by fallen stone at Sailor's Gully. A party of five armed menvisitednorth and south companies' machine at Stawell, and bailed up the engini driver, and took away the copper places. mne 'Tbh enginci managed to sonud an alarm whistle, and the robbers bolted. The plates havs boon recoverod. ' The party belonged to a gang of marauders who are now infesting the district. Theepolice ace in hot puresit. ,
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Receid, Monday 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
LATEST TELECRAMS. (oOoM OUR SYDNEY COIORFSPONDENTS.) SYD?NEY. Receid, Monday 7 p.m. Heavy rains fell yesterday throughout Sydney, and there have boon further showers to.day. The occupants of the low lying houses have been flooded out in some places. A now arrival from Engiasd, by the Northumberlandreports having been robbed of £2l5: - A telegram from Anckland says .that the Australia arrived on the 21st, and sailed again on the 22nd. ' The City of Now York left Kandavan on the 17th. A cablegram bhy the steamer Bowen says the telegraphis communication will shortly be restored. The brbeak is lodso to Nicobar Island. The Rev. Canon Allan, of Braidwood, is dead. The railway is now completed to Yass and Burrangong. Archbishop Vaughan arrived at WVollon gong on Saturday, and opened the convent on Sunday. "' The Brisbane Parliament opened on Tues. day. Roberts, junior, the champion billiard player of the wrbrld, is execated in Sydney by the in?oming Sau Fras?nisco mail.
Presentation to Mr. George Weatherill. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
Presentation to Mr. George iWCatherifi, Or Sunday afternoon lasot, a very pleasing ceremony was conducted at the Christ Church Sunday-ochool. Mr. George Wcatherill, formerly of the Australisa Joint Stock Bapk, Newcastle, but now removed, on promotion, to West Maitland, was presented by the Rev, Canon Solwyn (on behalf of himself, the superintendent, and teaichors of the Sunday-school) with a very handsome writing desk. The Rev. Canon Solwyn, when presenting the desk, read the following addreos, which accom paried it : . Christ Church, Newcastle, M?ay, 5tst, 1870. utAn Sn.--?. my onn h iehaf of the Sapeckntender ahonsek oters of the Cisi Chords wnaS hoy hao assse l au d p rtomte' d55515n yeao pcest es deskth, retesd a sser tea, t s in sencnotO qf year work so cnneetiss with ear school. otrnow tha stuch s work asays easries with itits owh teot (sAppl-thas itssee)pw tntthostonoe Tha is t1bur of tovd ong 'thet terow Istessint rests tpon islt son thlink it right ant Stitlog tht atee eaol...
ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
ARRIVYAL TORRES .STrAIIs MAIL. (FroM 0uR SYDNEY ELEGERAIIC COR0ES PONDENT.) . LoNDON, April 18. 1 The Press, in reviewing the recent "stone wall" crisis in Victoria, strongly condemns the factious ruling of the Opposition. Latest news from Porah states that the lbsjalt on tho throne is committing fearful eruelties,and, influencing the punishment of the British for imaginary offences. In conse quence of his brutality, ,the Malay chiefs have 'determined to cut him oil from the euccession. - The cbuntry is now quiet. Some of the Rebel chief followers are showing symptoms. of submission.. A strong agitation exists throughout Great Britain against the title of 'Empresa being adopted by Queen Victoria. Tie Siamese Government are vigorously luehing a tolegraphic line from Burmah to lNangkok, and thence to Penang. There wi i thus be twos lines to England, which will makeean independent line. The Siberian lines have been much iter cepted lately. There aro many signs of a hitter conteot betwe...
The Sydney Infirmary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
The Sydney nlinio?uiary. IN the discussion on Wednesday night, in the Assoembly, on the Estimate for Public Works and Buildings, the amount of which is placed at ;£193,555, considerable attention was drawn to an item of £5000 for the construction of a temporary pavilion in connection with the Sydney Infirmary. It is with con siderable satisfaction that we note the opinion of Mr. CUARLES, " that the wisast thing that could be done with the present Infirmary buildings would be to burn them down, and erect temporary structuras for the accommodation of the patioents" We are also pleased to observe that Mr. TIHOKIaS and Mr. PARKEs, although often opposed to each other on other matters, coincided with the remarks of Mr. CHAnLhs Mr. PARK?s pointed out that the walls of the building were constructed of such material as was only too favourable for their impregnation with the poisons of various diseases. It could not be denied that these walls were in fact so impreg nated with " hospitalism" ...
Victoria Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
Victoria Theatre. ' ThE attendance ;:t the Theatre was greater last night.thin' 6n sovoral of thu prec-ding ones, thue lower part o~ the Theatre being well filled, and alatir number being present in the dress circle. There are few people who have been much in thu habit of attending theatres who have not, at one timo or another, seen til drama of EastLyno; and few of those number who could witness the depth cf senti ment and feeling embodied in that pieco, with out experiencing somedegreoef emotion. As might be reasonably anticipated by those who have witnessed Miss Adelaide 1iowring's delinsstion of chalacters that call forth the poutm-myat of deep feeling, sentim?Fnt, passion a'-nd gnief, tlse part of la-dy Etlinor Vases 1usd, an able e.iponoeit hi thco 'talented aetress. Tihc. first two. acts of Est Lyne invariably appears to be.o sosowlht dull, and does not atri'd (comparatively spealing), nmich walpe for thc, talent of thl princcp:m actors to canifest itself." In the' bcst throe...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 22, 1876. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Shaw, J.P.'s.) DRUNKENNESS. Two offenders were dealt with. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MoNDAY, MxAY 22, 1876. (8eteee Messes, Meanealt et Shaw, J.P's.) DRIT0NXE55N555. Two offenders were dealt with. ASSAULT. John Edmonds was charged with assaulting and beating Ellen Stephens and Anmie Salt, at Newcastle,on thie 9ths inst. There was no appearance of the parties, and the casesawere stnruk out, . William Campbell was charged with assaultis'g John Baird at tht Junction4 on' the 17th ipet, ". "Coinplaiiint deposed that on the even ing in question he met defendant in Wolfe-street, at about 9 o'clock; theylhad a bit of a row, but were stopped by Senior sergeant Conwao and Sergeant Denohoe; they then went as far as the Bank Hotel, when some further altercatien took place, and witness was struck -on the eye by some one. Several parties 'who were with defessdant went.. with him intq B.recken ridge's timber 'yaddl, nd arsmed themselves with palings and followed witness as far as the engine-house on Lake Macquarie road; where he was struck on the head two ...
SYDNEY DIVORCE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1876. (Before Mr. Justice Hargrave.) ANDERSON V. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
SYDNEY DIVORCE COUlRT.I TuuasnAv, I?LvY 18, 1876. (Before MIr. Justice Hargrave.) S AIDEIRSON V. ANDERSON. This was a divorce suit brought by us Anderson, of Mosquito Island, near wcastle, for dissolution of his marriage with Mary Ann Anderson, his wife, for "serly 11ary Ann Kirk. ?ir. Wisdom, instructed by Driver and _Merriman, appeared for the petitioner. 1'VThere was no appearance of the re 51suiis Anderson, the potitioner, by t?ade an oyster dealor, deposed that he was born in Deisissark, and was 36 years old. He was married to Mary Ann Kirk, on September lst,. 1876, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, of the Presbyterian ihurch, at his residence. Theowitnesses -rpire dod, and le had forgotten i their nsamos He lived with his wife until July 29th, 1872, when she went away with a -an named Thonsson to the diggings. Bhe took away with hir a quantity o articles and eflects. Thompson iJaed nset door to witness, When &titioner returned home one day from his work he found that his wife hlid...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. THn force of circumstances on the one hand, and on the other, the fact of a de termined looking creditor advancing rapidly towards me while in thevicinity of Perkin-street, on Saturday moi-ning, made me gladly avail myself of the opportunity of mixing with the miners who were about entering the Victoria Theatre, and thus to destroy my identity. I had heard they weie going to demonstrate, and I thue thought to kill two birds with one stone by escaping an unpleasant interview, and learn how miners demonstrated in general. Like all guilty persons who flee from what they ought boldly to face, I received my. reward, by being metaphorically torn to pieces by the chairman of the meeting. I was also sold in another direc tion, inasmuch as the, miners did not demonstrate at . all, and thus my general knowledge. did not ex perience an addition in the' manner anticipated. The mnystery of demonstria tions, so far as I am concerned, still remains to? be solved, and what the miners ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
CORRESPONDENCE.' Let it he diontetly uwdcr~tood ihat no do no" identify ourselves with tho opinion.noeyrnsood hy oour-orrespOndento. .AUl oonmonhcationo mustl • hovo tho nomes ondoaddoroonn of tho.,,nitoros '" tioanhced, not nencosorily for poblinution, hot mus? ?uoononin of good. foith. WoV don't hnlinno in mnsertingn letters when tihey "oppear in othor? papes , abo.iRejocted communiCdtinon?OVili.not be returned.] , ,, - . i
Abolition of the Mining Department. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
Abolition of the Miuning Depart snout. IT hasbeon decided by the Governinent (says the AGE) to amalgamate the Mfining Departcmont with that of the Lanids. Jn arriving at this determination there was beltone dissentient in the Cabinet, ciamely, Mr. M'Lellan. ''Inqufries are at present being instituted yillh a view, not only to a total reorganisatioin of the department, but to the ennplification and rdtrqlqchment of the expenditure cosinectod 'with the machinery, not only of the ofilce in Mel bourne, bpl 6f the various birnches throughoust 'the colony. Already it has been found that a lar'go saving can be ef footed by dispdicsisg "rith "cnciny of the returns annually madsi,' and which :are little better than.so mucnc wcste.paper, and by' simply* givisig In syncopsis where a large variety', of details were previously required.@ This .will,. effect an immense saving in clerical labor. In itsattenuated dimensions, thoedepartsmont will be thle more readily workedaus a more branch of the L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
WANTEDS., WAoTl')D, a itrong, active' YOUlf, rir ¥ Light Porter(to -lsep an home). Apply to J M. MERIt[NGTON, Drapery and Out fitting Warehouse, llunter-strect. . 1668 [IfTANTED, a goad Gen ral SERVANT. V V Apply to Mrs. J. Y. NEiHSOi . Wallsend, 22nd May, 1870. . 077 TTANTED, a Good Geneirl SERVANT VT Apply to Mr.' JOHN WILLS, Hill borough Hot?., or Mis. THOM.AS YOUNG, *Dixon.otreet, LJmbtoa. '' 6 681 W TANTEDI,'a SMI aRtT INTELLIGENT LaD, about 15 years of atre, to learn the Printing Bushinoao. Apply to the office of this Journal. EXTANTED, BOYS to SELL PAPERS. Ap T" ply to this Ofllice. W" A NT E D a few RESPEOTABLE 'IBOARDERS Apply, Mrs. JOHN 'DAVIS, Plattshitrg, Wallsend. . 14' -'ANTED.-To. Rent a HOUS'I, nome . hre in the City. Apply at the' Office of this Paper. TENDERS Cf"l]" The Treasury, New South Wales, 8rd May, 1870. CONTRACTS FOR tHE PUBLIC SERVICE. FOnAGE FOR TOOE POLICE. INTOTIoE is herehy given, that Tenders will -1 be received at this office, antil Noon of Tuesday, ...
THE PUBLIC SCHOOL AT WICKHAM. To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 23 May 1876
THlE PUBLIC .SCHOOL I .:KHAM. To the fidift o of Heraldaand Aslade'ate." Sn, '- As regards "Observer's"- remarks roooot~ing irnpertinncel 'in;..my': lettei .at(2 droossed 'to you, I think I ho. imj?ortinonce is mor6 apielicobho to th Conismitto. "(ho hold tho meeting for a PublicSchoql at Wick ham, artacler[?yinoan's h~o/o, on thopublic genserally; an, t which I see "Obsorver" 110 not alluded to iCoany y' 'gihiteyer ; :and it aspirr to me tha t such having been dose, tho meeting w?oo certainly of a Despoiqinational claractor. Adi rega.rds my. roela?rk.w respecrtifig';.thd. Sldermcii, I'stilloadthero .tq the .ame0 aed .ann afraid they ore too fondof thor.property-i hdo a bchoih a ction, which might hasr been1 dons longe i n giving s piecc of gomsisdd 'and ' saved .Wilelsam from any draws which saisy be required frorm the inhabitants, es pec illy wheo it is generally knowiie that the greater partliro .not invery affluefite iroum-' tnI quits agree with " Obsev?rr's't .remarks regarding...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (rFaoi ooc sYDNEY COIIESPONDENT.) OF the "vote" passed by the AssemLly on Thursday-that is, appropriation of 1875 for public works which cannot be operated upon during that year, and re-voted for 1876-the following are for the benefit of the Hunter River district. -Additions to the asylusi'_for imbeciles at Newcastle, £2000; erection of a drill shed for tfie 1haval Brigade, £1000.; post and telegraph office, Singleton, including purchase of site, £1500 ; new police build ings, Singleton, £1600; to improve the chradter and position of lights on the coast, £3000; erection of a post-office at West MIaitland,' £2000.' Ir is understood that the Rev. James Greenwood is studying for the Bair. He' still preaches in the Bathurst-street, Baptist. Church, i but bbfore' long will' relinguish his pulpit dutties. Ho lhas? ilready made the necessary "appliition? at the Supreme Court to enable him to pass the examination: persons desiring to be admitted as barriaters are subjected ...
BRISBANE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
,- BRISBANE. I Ate-tw day s'-. ices.aut. heavy rainus, apparently pretty general,Cnh lweather has elearded; tol.night it is blowhig a heavy gale, with a hleavysea. ,; At Co h Meoreton to-day,boththe Normanby audilBowen put to sea. The City of Brisbane (s.) and the Paters son (s.) sailed for Sydney yesterday. . . . ?Monday. Mr. Mein, the solicitor hasbeennominated Io the Legislative Connoll: It rained yesterday, but cleared up this afternoon. The rcrace u'o is in a frightful state, but the stewards have decided not to postpone the mooting. Gurnitt, charged witlh forgery and uttering, has beent rihmanded to Sydnay.