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NEWCASTLE RACES. MAY MEETING. FIRST DAY, MAY 24TH, 1876. PATRON:—His Excellency the Governor, K.C.M.G., President: F. J. Shaw, Esq., J.P.; judge: J. Hannell, Esq., J.P.; Stewards: The Committee of the Newcastle Jockey Club. Handicapper: J. A. Scarr, Esq. Starter: R. Fleming, Esq, Clerk of the Course: G. A. Whyte, Esq. Treasurer: J. Aberneathey, Esq. Secretary: M. O'Brien, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 May 1876
NEWCASTLE RACES. MAY MEETING. Frost DAT, Mcr.y 2sTH, 1876. (Fnoon nUr PORTING ItEPORTEB.) ErnunO :Otis Eneetleney the Gove r, t.CH.,G retrsident:F. J. Sham, E?q., Ip.; Judge: J. EInnelt, Etq., Jr.P.; Ottwenanc Th d ommittee sf thr Nawcastle Joebey c lob. Hendippeer: 3..4. Scan, n hos. etarter: Rg h len ing, Esqb Ciernch of tho noure; 0. A. luhyte, eq. Teunsa~err: J. Ahuasseathy, Euq. Sueorttry: NI. Oinguna , forunq ei. hi epct o f lint weitheir, good attendanen, and first class ruling art to bo cnonidered tho elements of' suncess in horsa-raning, tihen wn" iu ust ho, perminitedl to sdiy thint thu N. J1. Club were singala, ly lortuisatn in this runpeut, for thu' spotting day ni their Antono mneeting' 3estur day (Queen's Birthday.) Indeed the good frtune of thin Clhb in nearly always haoing fsvourahln weather for thn:r meelings is now proverbial, ald it ios ver rare indend thao Old Son' refuses to sheud his brightest rays when th gutnletenti of this risihg ity decido on holding theoir...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday, received 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 May 1876
LATEST TELECRAM?S. , '(rnoroutb SYDNEY CORRRSPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. . WVdnesday, received 7 p.m The city is crowded with yisitors from all parts of the country. Glorious weather pro. vails "' ', " The lioliday celobrations passed off siatis factori? " Thore was af mangiflceii. '"#oue6 tho forces by the Governor,.on Mooro Park, in' presoencoo( about twenty thousiiud.liCopli)l His Excellency afterwards hold a lovee at GoverniolAt Hlouse , whichl was not so ell attended aslooit year. Tlio public o lleedwere salit represepteo, nd a great many Presenta ,tiwos wore.made from thl country.. A" . c- The name of the man killed onthorailtway ,oulj~pose& that, lie ":suffered' from r ~gioso beginnlng of July. i "Twonty-sx'.,vessels ,left , Melbourno on Saturday, fourteei of which are boinid for Ne.wcastle,'t i Z 'b'doal. ,MrJ6hn"?lansigan,' n bo iihd,edlatisly in Bathurst, effectrd an 'sasuvance on Isis life fof 4i1000'sbblot'f da' yd' i Md '~itfi this Murtual Provident Assdebitlon. / .,?At ...
Victoria Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 May 1876
Victorin 'hlieatre. ,. Bheridtn's brilliant comedy'--" The School tor Bcandal," when announced to be played ?ey acompany adequate to the representaoo lod ice a theatre equal to its produotlonl rejy fals to draw a good house. Thorn [yah o 'coception to the ruoe last night fidritho titeria theatre was crowded to exeose, and any holiday-seekers had to'go sorrowf611y woy without obtaining admission. Thi. tocm is a strain on the resources of a theatro,, otlias regards tho acting, company, cfid ,the, vioible artists to whom much of a sucedes's or tloce is due; but Mr Bennett's stalff edmo oat of the ordeal with credit. Miss Adeltide bli~ing, though she scarcely gave an ride qate idea of the young romp of a country i wedded to the querulous Sir Petcr :tails, being portly, and sonmowhtf poet ~i'chood; disptayed that delicato titelli.' one and eaplrecciation of the exquisit?;;it Itho author, which proves that true artists gever gaow old. She evoked, continnued oghtor by leer arch coquoetary ...
ROYAL SALUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 May 1876
ROYAL SALUJTE. At noon precisely the first gun oi a Royal salute was fired from thoe Battery on Captain Allan's Hill, by theoVolunteer Artillery, under Lieutenants Kirkald?' and Aggar, and in the presence .of Major Bolton and Captain Webb. After each seventh gun was fired, the Artillery Band played eight bars of the National Anthem. The firing was certainl3 carried on in a peculiar style, and we never recollect have ing beforo noticed as much as six minutes interval between two guns, We are in formed, however, that the delay was oc casioned by the ammunition being very bad.
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 May 1876
.THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. TEAT loyalty which for ages has distin guished our ancestors, as the boldest supporters of the British throne, hla evi dently permeated the warmest instincts of the hearts of the people of Newcastle, and also those of the surrounding dis tricts. As if in accordance with the popular wish, the weather,whiich had so long been threatening, altered its appear ance, and instead of the dreary English November-like atmosphere which pervaded Newcastle on the occasion of the late intejided Miners' Demonstration on Sathr day last, the morning of the Fifty-sevesith birthday of our beloved Queen, oried with glorious sunshine, and, with every indication on tie part of ,the loyal inhabi tants of this district, to do honour to the day,-.;"2.?: . !.?? Th1e rincip m eiventa "in celebration' of the day, so far asNewcastle was concerned, were the Newcastle Races, and the open ing of the Proteetant Hall, King-stidet. The natural .proclivities. ofthe verius portions of the. immense...
OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 May 1876
OPENING CEREMONY. Tom Hall rapidly filled, and in Iess than ten minutes after the halt, standing room could not be obtained inside the building. On the stage of the Hall were a large num ber of the oflicers of the vaiious lodges in the colony, a number of clergymen, em bracing every Protestant denomination, and a number of friends. The £?1pi bore a very pleasant appearance, and reflects great credit on those who undertook the arrangements for the convenience of visit ors. When perfect order reigned Mr. HfNRY FINsec, senr., advanced, to the front of tho platforn and Was airmly rc coired. He said that he had the pleasure of introducing MIr. Richard .*'Coy, master of the Loyal Orange Lodge of Sydney, arid Grand Measter of the Loyal Orange Lodges of New South Wales, and Ohairman of the Syd ney Protestant Hall company, who had arrived from Sydney cspochilly to preside on this occas'on. WV.G.M. RICHsAsD M 'CoT, who was re ceived with repeated volleys of the Kentias, Pire, said that this v...
OPENING OF THE PROTESTANT HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 May 1876
OPENING OF TIlE PlROTEST ANT JIALL. One of the most important and interest lng events of the day wos the formal open ing of the Newcastle Protestant Hall, erected by the Protestant Hall Company. As early as 9 o'clock in the morning nmuierous Orange scarfs were noticable about town, and on the arrival of each train there appeared to be a considerable addition to the followers of King William. The warm, pleasant morning, and the holiday garb of the crowds which were to be found at every corner, lent quite an air of liveliness to the city, and tle sound of the Burwood Band, 0EN 0ROU55. to the Imbecile Asylum, seemed to have infused mtore than extraordinary vigour into the hearts of the pleasure seekers. Large numbers followed the steps of the inspiring Burwvoqd .1Bjnd, and before eleven o'clock the vicinity of the Asylum was thronged with spectators. THE PROCESSION. At 11 o'clock a procession was formed in the ground, and after giving three cheers for the Queen, and three more for. F. ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
CORRESPONDENCE. .-.? Let it le odi tintly Ilullohtood tlhot Wa do Ilot identify Ott~1h iL't with Ith opllnOlLoo nxprLood ty oltl corrondoo oeosd . A\ll con|olnicltionor bost J hlllte ll1 iolollol lild olddloono o the itooil Io nltlollollotllo ooornnily foai oliliotiion, bot is oI mlonitce of good fotll. ii' ,lont tnliooo in hlnertini" lettcl henon they aplicar~inl other[ opaper aloo. lejectod con imnlions will not to ntuor d.]. .
New Lambton Miner's Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
Newv lambton Miner's 5Heeting. TuE IllOlltlly meeting of the New Lamb ton .minhlur s wI held at HIardy'sHotel, on Tuesday evening last, Ir.1 J. Dolnelly in the clihair.: Thle minutes of last meuting wre reOaCtd and COllfinlOued. - i1O.SirlNATiON O 5JWCRFTARIY. The CmO?,~,m? stat thirt the Secretary lrdl resigned his position, Ilaving left the colliery, it wguld tlherefore, be incumbent uponi the mieeting to olect 110some one to till the otlico. Several persons were then tllllill:ntOl, bullt lCone wouldd accOpt the ollico for a timce. MIr. W. Tlhomas was finally elected. A baltrece sheet of tihe accounts in con nection with the lodge frost the begsiming of the quarter up to the presentt tune ,s laid ion the table. Mr. TluOsu SIuTIc (Treasurer to tile lhdgo), said that as thle meeting had elected a person to thle ollice ol Secretary who was not competenit to 11l it, he would now resign, ho would not hold his ollice any longer, as the oldest and imost ex periOenced men ill tihe meeting...
THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
TH~ESE'VTLINGC. , eTlio octtling .iinconoioction with the Now., castldi Races, took place hlst night, qt?ld?.. JocpW ilth ri's hootol. trTello 4ttondanaeo wanq I? · -. ]i|r \ee.'. we ! sav oeen it o, fqrmer occoiqut wliei?hc as doufftless o?ving to thod inavoidlblo sbsuoneeoo.seveorl ge1,tlo anu inu torested in thoe sattling. There was a very fair gathoring, sivorthless,'arid the utmost gobd huosoor v oovlur. od onall sides. Thot tlnirwas .taken by. tl4e iroiidect 'I"; J3:?hd'v _?st|.). :0rder.'.liut?g -'all~di ,?lt?'Ohatrmat? ihep olled. the n~amespf tho~insners,aniid tonded'cheques ' for the .iespective anmounts doe to them: as follows: IMr. Ivory, £128; Mr. A. Bowlman, £7t; Mr. J. Mayo, £101.;' IMr TV. Dargan, £07 10s';1r.;D o Mest?eb £55 lOiM. A::Mil -yei~r £25lb ?: Ir. Rt41hrilo, £10 ;r Tumrner, £5 i. iobio '£ Dr. Bowvkor, £80 ? 1Qs0;": r. Ealos,:;d£25 15.; Mr. Hallzard, £25 15s. The usual. loyal'toasts were given and received withll dhoe celamatioh. Tile CnAiUlMuA, in a short ...
NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLUB. MAY MEETING. SECOND DAY, MAY 25TH, 1876. PATRON:—His Excellency the Governor, K.C.M.G., President: F. J. Shaw, Esq., J.P.; judge: J. Hannell, Esq., J.P.; Stewards: The Committee of the Newcastle Jockey Club. Handicapper: J. A. Scarr, Esq. Starter: R. Fleming, Esq. Clerk of the Course: G. A. Whyte, Esq. Treasurer: J. Aberneathy, Esq, Secretary: M. O'Brien, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
NEVCASTLUE *JOCKEY" OLI)i.a SMAT' : MEETING. Secoia DAT, MAY 25TIi, 1870, (FIcOI OUri BPOiTIYGO nliPOTEIi.) aTeno?:--Ia Excellency tie. GOernior, KOO..O,n PrhsMont: F. J. Sn w, Ever, , Jo'.i suolge: . Hanell, EeT., J.P.; Stcwunls: Te ihoo niitteo ot thlt tewNrctli Jockey Club. lnealicnrppor: 1. Ar m ri, SEs. 0taurter . F.rFlcming, p e Clerk of the Courie: O 4.lyhyto , Ean Trcier:e J. Abcrneatey, e i ScctorucEry -0BricnE, il .... ;" :" " . ' #7: cr o weathr for tho conclding day of the ctig, undeorthlo nuspices of A llis club, vas all that codld' be 'dosired, boeing atntifully fine for 'out-door cxorecio. rieo ttendanco, hoe'ver, was not so large on the first diy, and we should not hiuk that at any-poitioi of the.day thero ere imore thian 1500 spectltora preshdit to 1itcos tlie port. Of courc te gambling raterniy mustcred ion great forces as sual, lut we should inuaginc tlhey lad not, subh Sarge field to' operate upon, qr,s iclh orp for n acti on as on the precoding day. alportion of...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. Singapore, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
A'IEST ENGLISH NEW S, PER THE BOWEN (c.) (olOM THE HEILLD's TELEPlRSIS.) S Singapore, April 29. , TUB Agnes is' enugaged in ropairinfg the Madras cable, which is broken near Nicobar bsland. Govcnor Jcrvoico, accompnieod by .Rinr goose, with 60 men of the 8th Iegincnt, pro ;cecded to Malacca,. consequent on news of distarbances having again brolkon out' in Negri Sumbilam; the reports are 0inco proved tohavo been oxogecmttd. Bands of namc less robbers and lunderrs mado a simultano au, attack upon the polic sltations at' Ioir Jnmpolo andSrimennnti;t thoy lied, howevorr, ulpon the approach of thu soldicr3, *.lh:i-t r. Villm Inry Read and :r. An son have been appointed mnembers of the Stmits Council. ," bliss Alice May's opora bduffo company is Ilayein at SingapiorP • : u inspection of the roglia of thesoveroeign of Permk provee it to bo of small valio; waiorth o al e climot of aAchlecn still affects the health of the Dutch troops'; ,kirniislhing; is ''o'e Sultan Isrnnil, with seventeen ...
BARQUE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
Alexandran, 306, La0u2l, i:No. I Staith 1oadiniaiMerrrs5. 1ira'ni'a Coal tar Iytt:eiai;t * . .B..Wallace, agent -' Auetr'al~aa"oett~erO n, 3055; Jltireh'. stream to inld esasra ..rdrii. and C(o'n cc ibr LrYStltC ton. Capta~in, ayb lt. ' Arrognle. French, 802,, Arnatd, asramin: to tload tlessra. lJrown'a cal for Lyttie ,;ton' O F. btokes and Co, agents - :. o;.? epl iorus 821, Pearce; Jettys, laitl up G " Heision, ,t ilt L L . . Ctamill, 365 Staiford. O. F. Sltoike atd Co.. sgetlts; atrean :.hlid uip Elm Grove, 98r, Lrldra, - load Alalnwictk aonl for Ilelboi'r,; R. B \allaoe, o?n ot Franlecisa Coil, "Ptreh(ct.'5 Le l'ar ; FlHonan. s e .: sh oe' to aail. O. . Stakeatltd Co., aieints ( I ::a~i,; J; 7lleid. Port \\Inatal laijd aup --G. letninon, ageat S w?.Mry ti genr, 272, Valentine, ,jetties; i G. . HeniJ,on, ?enat..:. t " •i Lult kcn . 406 Leslng; onl'tentSlipStdek "* ton, for retttira.?" ,. F.Stokr, tO Co., anertt.t . Nrdoo, 3790, Paal, etA,5 A Cottptn¥'s saltots loanding t. F. Stok...
Waratah Municipal Council. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
r Varatalh ?Hmkcipal Comucil. S EXTOIIA01DINARY VACANCY. A meotinj:of tliq ratieaydros of the mank pality of WVarttahl, w'as held at tile Con Chambers, on Tnesday, forn the: purpose nominating on alderman,; to fill the vancen catsed by tli. ~digdilieition::of ?Mr. Clur Harper. Thero weao not :many ratopay present. :. Tho.r-Lo (D. iAIichaol,l Esq.) acted returning olicer, and aftor going through f! noanl form, road the namiesof the candidate aS follows :-,--Johjt Wood, HIn ; Harris Key, and Andrew -Hennetor, Gcorgotou lohortBuoll,'aend Josopl VIillam,; Folly. also stated that Mdissrs. Wood and Willia heeeliv ithislriowllheir eadlrgtr.. M r. BELLaoedroa 'tre ropyors. Al w hio h; :, '' ' : The R?Tunaxno-OFYICEn apnounOcC l tn poll would lhd taken on Friday next. The proceelings *ore brought to a closo t a voteof. tlinnks to tlhd Rotirningoamcor, on throee cheers for thloQuc n.. "
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
, i; (Br teLBTBIC TBLBURAPU.) ! S;r···. YDNEIY.·': ' ~! ·~)· '-AU~R1VAL'.-flY 241. Ciyp of 1nri~blfl8' and Jl·ames I'ator$3n~ ateam~ors, fcrom]3'i· buns: 1B1Is., rteslneT, fruni Twda~od Rnv Dismsntiuua, steame~r, fromu Msnnini~ Rivor; W·'"ientwjrLh, steamnr, from iiolbqurnn.l, : T:hto. +T.barque. Italy, .Captain Gourloy, waoo ?'ii annooincel. to Iolve-Hnbrtl Town on tLhe'j2othr, .i? for Ne? u?!.e.J .i T rhe stoa or Fiona is expected to arriveoto Siday from Sydney, andt wil lod a cargo ofI 650 t jnset A..t Conpany's doal for letlLourne.. !:Th ; sTie, barque Alexnodra was o lace'd undei No. 1 staithyesteodly, auol will load a cargo of LuMesasa. BHown's coal for LIytblton. The Catherine Jane, tarque, was yesaterday L":;': piadnat the cargo wharf to discharge r0 tons of rallway iron for Mr. J. tussell. She rill "?""!"iabhly finish to-day, and tlhen take a cargo of coal from tho a. A Company's shoots for ,rellbouirne. ""An other of the Liverpool iron clippers, the .Aberystwlth Cusle, alr...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
NEWVJASTLF POLICE COURlT TuonsDAi, MAY 25, 1870. (Befare Mr. Hannncll,J.P.) a. :_ DOUNKENNESS. E,(ight offeonderi were dealt with. LETTING OFF FIIEWORKS. Salter Hufchison and John Patme for letting offfiro works in Huntor-stre and George Howiirt for a similar offet committed in Newcomon-stroet, were a prniianded, and; Hutchiqgon and Hbt were fined 5s. each.. (Before Meassn. lannell and Shaw, J.P.'s.) STEALING. W Villianri i own, a coloured man charp with stealing a, bottle of tonic mine, t .prbperty of Thoihas Sniiih, of Nowcast on the 23rd inst. was osenteonced toser days in Maitland gaol. - ,
The Queen's New Title. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
The QIcIien's: NY w. Title., ONE of to monist notable als of the Tory Ministry of England has been to confer upon Her MIijs!ly the QUti?tEN, thl title of " Enipress,ot lndia." i Ir is a matter of tho duepelt rgret'tliat'tllthis shiobhld happen while.tlheoendency oh the agd is to reduce the evils of king-craft to a noniimnlni;:t and sbnsiblets'iell :i i lsi'de'B, voorinig to make a limitdt'Ui M?narlhly, a means of rnljing.the -peaople eqaitab'y andn ccording ito theni r'esires. In speaking of tltioevils of king-craift wa disclaim any disinoalty, but it is only too notoiioos that," withiif iB liitSd-n: tury veH;l tileo'sprenio inls 6fFlriginad :was .so indivilaid: aintl. *rbitraiy as Ito seriousaly., interfere, with .the.,;liUerty lof thie subject. .ow, ,o ?i nlr%. arde at repnblicans havo to admit thant freedomi is ponsillo, while solme, of tife evils onf republicanoilsn are palpably absent, unt:r a Sovereign rule. That the Parliamnont of iEngland shiold consent to.eiulangor ilis lib...
WICKHAM. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
* .WIMKHIAU. Poti'rvi METIrnorISo OfnuCnin The 1'rimitive othllodists of this ri suburb cclebratdnlt their Sundan School veoary on Sunday and }onIay last. didyswere wet-,boffP-enoitwoltanding thia lfrvieso voo wvi1l oiistoio6ii, ond of ooch enthusiastic elmhonictelr inth the little cte ins woll lillolat eachi of the services, and lheard from the Cltirniman the collections i in advancd of rny JIrovioas near. T'eho 2m01 woro preached by the ro ev.. Ing and l. Kcnoy, nd woro wll recei Soveral intoresting speeches were delivered the school olicers, lrev. B. Kenfiy amt J. D3obso1. A number of recitations were liy thld children. willth. good offeet. The c rendered. gobd sorrvic;iwe.rwcin. any of the si ing it was capital. iso Friend presided tiho harmonium. .The usual voto of ta. tormninated tihe proceedings.
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
CAVE ADULLAM.. W xN . I left the ari cimhir shaped rack, in the left hand nook of the Cave, and .wept to the Newcastle Races, I was pro )ar'O fofr the " shouting of the captairns," or rather tho. bookmakors. I expected to'htvic:io' drumn of my ear assailedl by voiciferous ojanculations. I wnas dotorminoed to ''eat 'the onusual underlone ham ~d fossil'poultry, and swallow the cold pdta toes. and warm diinks; with resignit?,n. I mnade a vow to stand seedy 'busman's delays and cheek, an.d not complaini. In fad" I niade up my mind to tut on ny rosiest huend spectacloe ' and enjo'y myself. I had the hrm. as r?re as clharity, the poultry that might ha;ve served Noah's table. I listoened to the 'lbooklies" andl their tempting offors of ' hodds agin, anjythink," and sent back my gorge when it rose, as they turs ed the dainties-one-. tie table, oveor amul, over agaiz in searolil of tid Iiis, "'ith their own forks. The 'bu;o men /did imac-drivers been tord my best gaiberdinob in their endeoav...