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DEPARTURES.—MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
DEPAfTUltES.--MAY 23. Looblaw, b, que, Brown, for Melbourne. J. 0. Ellis, aent Eliabeth. bnorqo, Smith, for Melbourne. G. Howison, agent Union, barque, Sherlock, for Wellington. 3. and A. Brown, agents
Local Marine Board. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
S Loc-al Mjr.ine Bo;rd. i nusual weekly meeting of thle members of hLocal tManrne Board was held on 3fonday r ng last, There were present, Captain a (Chlainma), Captain Cross, M.essr. t, Stokes, and Wallace. Thei Board recommended that as the Boll a? was not of any use fora fog signal, that aef the most modern fog signols should be ied and placed at Nobhy's to warn vessls tltir poslition and provent accidents suchas .uhred to the You Yangs. c The matter of reports having been circu ed that there were certain lights on the Sralcnolated to interfere with the naviga I nto the port was next considered, and the a . od decided to ascertain from the masters of io iiirious coasters between Newcastle and t dnby whether there wos any truth in the bis. The following is a copy of thd ciih isto bo forwarded to. thle masters. of the et requesting thoinfonrtou. oreof the Locatl arino Boord of No mtl *-; May Btrd, 0000. ': t n0?a?- eo the hoeoor tomemttilntyeouwill, i vlew oflte?ertainig thie carre...
ROAD ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
Ron? ENGINEs.--A cabman, named John O'Shaonnssy, was driving along Lydiard street, Ballarat, on Saturday morning, when he met with the road engine belonging to the Phaenix Foundry, which was returning from the railway station. The din created by the engino workldng frightened the horse, which reared up, and either dislocated or broke one of its fore-legs. It will be necessary to kill the aInimal, which the owner values at £30; the directors, however, resolved torceompenso O'Shanassy for the loss of his horse. PRorPEgrTY IN BALLAnAT.~-Tho fol lowing advertisement taken from tbohe Ballarat Courier, will furnish some idea of the relative value of property in that oncofamous city and our own district. "For Sale, near Woes Icyan Church, Grant-street, Five-roomed IHouse, verandah, passage, bath-room, ont. honseos; quarter acmo garden, &c. Prico, £45.' In another column of the same paper is an nounced a largeo residenco, with 17 acreso of lanud just outside the city to lot at 10s w...
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
.IlIITLAND. DEAT n'Y Dnowsma.-Thlis modrn g about hal-past six o'clook, a boy, walkling long the river bank, near the Catholic hurhc, observed the body of a man float in the water. Xnforination was at oneo ven to tlihe police, who hnad the body brought ,dry land, and it was then identified as the man who had b on missing some days ago, meCd 'Timotlly Fogarty, dmryman of this Iwn, whoso disappearance we tUaidnel to in bt issue of yesterday. The mysterions dis bpearaneo of this man since last Tuesday bght week, was the subject of some very ld and ridiculous rumours aso to his fate. at appears that tho unfortunato nini, who ided with his daughter near Chrlstian's at, went out on Tuesday week last for the hprp'oh of bringing in the hcrsee.' After that, w ~nwat Daloy's publiehodosoi, and left thlere slishtlh uider the influence of liquor about 11 o'clock. Nothing further is kniown of him, but it is surnnised that he wandered up Higli-street and passed the Cathedal; and ig shlort.siglhtle...
To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. Sma,-It is rumoured that a few of on oldest monied men are laying their hoeads together, to purchase that unsightly clump of houses in Watt-street, opposite Hunter.street, thus to bring the broad Pacific into view. Think, Sir, of a row of buildings (after the style of those now erecting for Wood, Bros.) on each.side, a colonnade, a la Regent Cirhcus, England, over each path?way; on the top of the rise, as a finish, a grand crescent; from there, leading to the Breakwater, a parade; to the right, an esplanade: to, and around, the Horseo.shoo. Such an inprovement would draw oiall the leading tradesmen to the quarter, and attract the ladies as a morning and oven ing promenado. The landlords in Hunter street would soon find out thie necessity of improvement and continue the colonnade to our new theatre. If the property.mongers of Newcastle had a spark of tfire in them, we should see a city worthy of the name. Tours, respectfully, ADVANCE.
To the Miners of Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
To the Mincrs or Newcastle. (FROM THE ILLAWARR I MEHCIO Y.) GEiTLBMre,--It is'not ofton tliat I troube myself to' write letters to niowapaper0,i but seeing a'repbrt a tow weeks back of tile-opro ceodiugs of a meeting, hold at-NewCastle, 1i oppositioil to the Illawarm Railnway, and my attention being drawn particularly ,to thi speeohes'of Messrs. Dibbs and Flotclher, Ibe.g to say thatl hope the:miners:'of Nowcastle haveo bottor sense thian to be load away by such' venk and rotten 'ilrgumonts as were brought forward -by: those gentlemen. I believe we would have to go back for ages to find another such selfish opposition .to pro vent tleo, progress of a nation, which, in r young countmlry like this, should bo the aim st every man, particularly the working mua, ill rinler to' preveont thant unjust opplressior which is likely to fall upon him, should Ih onlv have one locality to look .to for employ in; n . Picttire to yourselves for a moment the powor thlose, few capitalists would havey ...
SHOCKING GUN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
KIoeus',o GUN AcsmmNn.-'sosd snd fantl liacident, surrounded with more thian .irly distrensling circum5stanccs, took1 tIOat tihe Two lBridges, Burrumboot, in .tia. The 1wallarat EveninLg Pout statos' ykay.s soung man named George WoalBr, .uoather died a month or two since, and oe aister was drowned in a waterholo tihe oday, found a stray shep in u on of his 11's ptaddocks, where it had don .con erablo damagu during the night. 'Ho got ' tor the purposo of shooting it, when th, mapgne isung firn, but wont out just as Iho inut hts . down to exanino it, whein the wholy argwent through his heart, killhg him ai nously. The young man wnas thu lt syoflo u the whloe family, and his loss, britlging Iadditional llliclion ilpoU Iis 'tipj mother, will o a nrions eosidura l hieh fitenhatial olfsiro of the famtily. Ssourdurcr Sullientu hlas forwraded a serial to thse Ciostrnonst comsplsining of tratmoent ho received from the policn and ideitn dderbun. 10states thtt hI ad nothingto at for three day...
The Illawarra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
The Illeawarrra Railway. A LETTER addressed " To the Minors of Newcastle," signed' JoIs' L6biiiic" otf Bulli, appears in theilllaweinra Mler cury of May 19. As the wrier obf'the letter addresses himself specially to the miners of NeweLrstle andl criticises the arguments advanced by.,.lr. ;d0: DIue and Mr. J.'FL kTOBER against the coo struction of the Illawarra Railway, e have diverted somewhat. from oPr usueal course, and publish the'lkttef u t s~;ie and now propose to ddid withi tihe fallasies contained in it. We have heard an anecdote: told, 'ih which a Scotchman is described as seeking employment, and stating that it was notbig wages that he cared so much about as constant work. From the tone.of Mr. I.oVEDAY'S letter, he must sorely have thought that the miners of the Newcastle distriot are of thie same opinion as the Scotchman referred to, especially when .h says " Picture to yourselves for a moment the power these few capitalists would have over you had they the whole of the co...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
COR RESPONDENCE. Let it bo distinctly understood that wo do not identify orsoRlveo ith otho opinions e lpreosod by our correspondents. Al1 communicationo musot htovo tho ntmes t nt] nddroooco of tho writooo ntthehetd, not necessroly" for publiootion, but as a uorantee of good faith. We don't believe to inserting lottore then they appear in other paperslalso. 1rejeted comttolcationo will not bo returned.]
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. ?AMo?osT the many instances of stony hearted oppression and cruelty to the poos that are continually occurring in this transitory world of ours, it is indeed re freshing to hear occasionally of a stupen dous act of modern generosity and hospi tality. Such an instance is likely to occur at the Newcastle race meeting to-morrow, if any of the distinguished LIrlnmur who may be preaent, should choose to avail themselves of it. I alludoe, to the gushing liberality of the Newcastle Jdckey Club, who in response to the pathetic pleading of the Secretary, magnanimously, (and I be lieve munanimously) consented to give the Press representatives, complimentary tickets lor:the luncheon. It is'not speci fled whether the tickets are to extend over both days of the meeting, or whether there is to be only one.luncheon for the two days, for all hands. If I were one of the Press men compelled to report this meeting, I should advise my CONFsmREs to spread themselves' out, anmid iot to sit ...
QUEENSCLIFF. May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
QUEfl?NSOLIFF'. Mlay 20. ARnrvAL--Loady Darling (i.), from N.ew enale SAILD,-Cordella (barque), Roote . (barque), King OVcar (barque), Olivia Davia (barque), Tinculo (barque), Eunioe (three-maateo ehooner), Palace (barque), Naiad (brig), aind fWrrsel Castle (barquo), lor Newcastle; Syamuoel Iurritt (barque), and Lady Bolmore (brig), for Sydney.
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
CITY\ _DISTIfCT. 1 EWCASTLE. ArSTrALAS~rA ('OAL CoPsrNY.--Wo see by a telegram in the S. M1. Herald of lIon day tlht a very itorm) meeting of the above Company was held on Friday lst. MIr. Iunro, M.L A., adirector who resigned, de livered In excited iaddress, aecusing the direc tors and Mr. Loeanmre, secretory, of most improperly condentmng the business of the compaanyp . lie also dcanoihnced the ecnduct of Mr. Robyns, the malnaging director in Syd ney, whoam ho ancusedl of utter inicompetency. Mr. Longmoro vigolsoudly replied, and very free langaage was used. The snoeting lapsed without coming to any decision, bot it is c. pected that a properly convened moeting will bo called shortly. Thlb directors' meeting yesterday hlnd been summoned by advertiis ment, the directors having refused to call an extraordinary meetiing to cdnsidr the conduct of the oflicers. NAvaL Eassln .-On Mnndr.y.night last, the guns belonging to tlheNayal.3rigade were forwarded to. Sydney, and the greater porti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
Caution to Debtors...i ?" '? . I , ALN NOTICE. . , '..t t? S a'rcat numbler. of"XCdOUNTB IR? BTILL • "-.'O?VLN G to the "?"d?ERS' r?)0LDVPAE~' e, u to tlie :10th Norch lost, DEBTORS'aro final CAUTIONED tlat, i nolaeo. thco naoonts of thei' ?hStcive Aecoounto ore PAID to the UndcrStgoed Feth 0th of Juno next, they will bo oll placed o 1th ho f dourf Solicitoro for col ction.? , ' ,J 2..SWEE?T, Pnrc 1'oprleteme 'Io.ca' ?.Adoccto. Syd?ney, '20th My, 10111. _
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1876. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Shaw, J.P.'s.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
NEWOASTLE POLICE COIURT. TUESDAY, I_.AY 23, 1876. (Before smrs. llamoll and Shaw, J.P.'.s,) DILUNKENNESS. Four persons were dealt with. AISENT WITHOUT LEAVE. James Wells, for being absent without leave from the barque Caehorfeidh, at Newcastlo, on the 22nd instant, was sent to the lock-up for 48 hours, AS?SAULT. A caeo of assault--Iaird v, Campboll partly heard on M1lnday, was settled out of Court,
LONDON. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
LONDON. April 13. Anaxvas.-Hesperus, from Adolaide, Feb ruary 21; Caroquheon, from Adelaide; Ulenlg, from Adeaide; Bonmoro, from Mol boarne, Feohruary 22. Altear, from Melbourne; Looh Vonoaobhar, from Melbourne; Sir John Lrurence, from Sydney; lnvercargill, from Otageo. LO .or, April 13--The Cholgroro, from Adelaido, pnt onto Mauritius, disabed; 30 tons of cargo were jetsomed, and a portion of the balateo sold; her repairs have since been com plhted. The Witch of the Wave. barque. 253 tooen Captaina Robert ilutlrio, arrived in port on Monldy evening from Auckland, aftr .- run .of fourteeia day Captain Gutlrie rep rt hai e lit Aucklanid on Mond?y, tio 15tn iuat, witl light N.Il:. winds laastiog ior the first six days. Thle third day out the '*'lhreo Kings" w'as pa?s?rd. Ligh~,aut winds, with rain, were after tire irth da. erp, riop ced, vt'rving w?ce ioles round tlhe eomrnnas, an tar as S. ThiI Iat twenty oliur hours ol ti ipasage tto wrind wian fronm the The Marv Stiller, ?acqe, 272...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
WALLSENID. STuI wntlior wjihi.he a cs.' iso wet for tho Inst.fow.dnys was succoee~ldeon.Tl'u day byna clear sky andn a hot san,'.whiclrli a imarvollous effectjn il'ying.tho mudd-, aa alnost impassablo.streets of this townshli. .ToIIoTTEIn'. liotol,,which haf ,beoon.et unfinished for oomoe timo, .owingto a-dispu1 .between Mr..Jackson and theb proprietor, Si Oswald Gleghorn, is, now in a .fiair. way. boing 'camllated,' as ,;arbitatbrs'ihu:o b nppointed, on whoso dec'iontlohe question couOnT.Iousu.---Ori the eslimntc the courront y inr there is no sum of moneyj down to the credit of a Court-Ihouseo for (l place. Soine considorn ble tim6go, an ofir mspection.wos madeoof tlol.bt sight for so a building, and the report duly submitted the Governmecnt,.:,How is it thIt aftertf! lapse of so many montbs, and,suchl strn promises on thie part of the ColonialSecretc no sum is set down for the erection of su necessary buildings.:. Porbaps the..Colori Secretary will son thlis paraglph, and ha to m...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876
N'MEW LAbRITON. DnATr DF AN OLB REalDNT.-I nm orry to hanv to record the death of Mr. V. Thoinson. an old nnd respected resident of ths looality. Mr. Thompson has been un no tio wOor. f ...oror tlhmtwo years, and hns beon confined to his bed for sovenil months o t. Ho Ims suffered from a complication of iseols, -the principal of which was aotei nuoeriom. Ho lauve a wifo and small family,t d a numorous circle of frionds to mourn heir loss. The funeral will taltoe plaeo' o.morrow (Vednesday), at 2 o'clockl The ornids and Rech.bito Lodges will attend tho anenil, and follow tho romains of their ;eparid brother to their lst roesting plic, nt :t. odrew 's Cemoetory, North ,anitalhi. "A CLEAN TInoK -On Montdiay even g a good lady Icftl heor clotlihes out on the in to bleael.. [er husland wont out. at 11 clock, and found thnt all hod, vniaihcd.