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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
- WANTEDS.'. WI.A'NTD :Gcnenid SERVANT. Apply V Mrs. CLILEWIlS, .Alnwick Colliery, Woodllbrd; "" (.85. ANTPID, a gooll Goen ral SERIYANT. i Apply. to Mra. J. Y. NEISOno.: UWllseld, 22;;d . ley, 187 . 0677 W AŽITEDT . a Good General SERVANT, Applv to Mr. JOHN WH.LS, Hills. borough Hotel, or MSrs. THOM1AS YOUNG, Dison-street, o nbtow l . 681 T ANT i E d D, a STRONG YOUTH, ns Y PI'ORTEl.L FREDK. ALOOOK, Draper, Huitertreet . 702 l ANTED, a Sriiol COTTAGE. Aply c, to Offlo of thbis 'ipdr ' W ANTEb.-To Rent a HOUS , 'someo - - ,.er, i-e i, tho itv.: -Apply (-t the 0flic of this Paper. , TENDERS r.TENDBtRS ,ill be received at tlol)uekeni .Lfield Colliery, for cerrtain epx?avations of" a, RAUllh O L. 't;~ OE9 RAlLWAY? Plans ild '1l -1l"articulars cain be obtained at the Coiiery.,lcoe, ii. .," 7l/06 ,? ?.:, ' i." 3. J A. BROW\N. E i' E. RS ,'i WANTED lfa"BBilding a L HOUSE Bt Valseied, Stdno and Brick. Sep'roto Ltideor- for sTrne,'brirk, ald enrpon. te'a worn, to be addretsse toi i"- '.WlLL...
Lambton Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
Lnambtont Prsbyt-Hernn Churircs. Tae' Anniversery of the Sabbath School in connection withthe :ablove' Church.was cele brated on Sunlldy iUnld folidnsy lst. i On Sutday special sa osns were proeached by the iRev. l sr Golonriio 'the :morning nud felor noon, but as the weather was so inclement tile eveninig servi6_wpuas edispensed with. On Monlda. public tean meoting washeldl, when agoddly: number sat down to an excelleout tea, provided by Mr- R. Jones. Ater-tean a public meeting was held, when tihe Clhrch was columfortably filled. The Roev. C. J. Mlood, Churchl Pastor,ocoupied tho chair, and opened the lprOceeCdings by singing nd prayer. The CeAsm?slex then stated that he lad received letters from the lev. E. Lewis.Welsh Cougregatioallrinistelr, and Rov l.Williamns, English Congregotiumal Minilster, regretting their inability to be present at the moeeting. He had also invitedothor levw gentlemon, iot they l.iad not rese8iid to lhis invitation. He-i was, -lhowever,".?jt ?t see his fr...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER XIV (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
THE , HAUNTED I-IOUSE, . ' ' * - * t* 'OR . ."- ', THE SHADOW AT RIVER ITALL. Br 1I:s. J.R. RBif .u, rAo'noi ,F A ,Ltr's Asasizr, GOBOn utun, &0. C. IAPTR XIVCUONTImUED). 'tABK-herto. wllk in,'. said Mr. Cra ven, nnd, going to the.door, ho greeted the visitor, and led Mlissl Elhnsdale'into the room. '.I rose, irresoluto; but she came .for ward, and, with a charming blush, held out her hand, and asked me some conm ,- monplaco question about ay healthl. * : Then I was going, but sheo entroeated me notto leave the.room on her .an count. . * This my birthday, Mlr. Craven,' sho went on, ' and I have come to ask you to wish me mauy happy returns of the day, and to do something for. me will you ?' . ,,. * ' wish you every happine.ss, my dear,' he answered, with a tenderness born, perhaps, of olden memories and of loving kindness towards one so sweet and beautiful, and lonely. " And if there is anything I can do for you on ,your birthday, why, it is done, that is all I can say' Sheo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 26 May 1876
FUNERAL. FUNERAL. &nbsp; The friends of the late Mr. MARTIN LEALLY are respectfully invited to &nbsp; attend his Funeral, the procession to &nbsp; &nbsp; move from his late residence, Dalby- &nbsp; street, THIS (FRIDAY) AFTER- NOON, at 4 o'clock. ALFRED A. JENKINS, &nbsp; &nbsp; Undertaker, Blane-street, Newcastle. 713 &nbsp; FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friends of the late Mr. PETER &nbsp; GRANT are respectfully requested to attend his FUNERAL, to move from his late resideence, Lambton, at 3 o'clock this day (FRIDAY), for Wallsend. RICHARD THOMAS, 714 Undertaker. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
-L L MEDICAL ; :;:;: REWOASTLE .!S.PENSAB Y. W. J. jIOBBiS, ' CHEMIST AND :DRUGGIST, Imporler of B ok; , Periodica's, and Joomnals School Statibncry oferwoydcehiptioi, Draw ine Books. ('opy B[ok, MAtlases,, Sintee, rtawinlg rencilS, Mathematicatr Inbtrunieuts, Smmercial Stationery, such as foolscap, all Crecm Laid Noto Paper, and Linear Paper and Endelopes Walkdcn', itrpliens, and other T'ilis Carilbofed Carlridis rrtaur, *roienog Line Bookns "0itbl for prosehts- ist Ill pries-. Family Hllbs, t rap Albins, .ihot., graph Albumn, ny'nn Hooks, nul Payer Books of all denominnlions Cremeyc', Hamilton's, and Kcmp's Mlusic hInstrutorsi Day Books, Lodgers," Account Inooks. Pecket and Memo. ?ooks? .in every stylo of kioldifg ,. - Anea for tlld Youlg Lndies' V Worll of Ssihion. B?w liOlls, oi d?an JoulrnalC,&c., &c. l:: Note the Address opiuosite tihe School of Arts. AOTOOOU ArenacteT ANTlnI.CBII. ,AP EniIENT ,FAMI'LY PI'LLS. T· ,TIESE PItLL" have" 1,,g been naed, and theoir t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
SEWING MACHINES TTO0i E SHUTTLE SEWLNG XIL MACHINES. - SPECIAL CAU'tION. As there hare been sorno worthless German Imitations brouglht into thia market, lmrchasers must becarefal tolook tbr the tniare of" M.L MIOSS & CO.," whtich i stamped on the steel sido, nod Dou no Machino unless so stamped, no matter Jy whom they nra atltieed or under what eeprenentation or excuse. ?" All Gentuine Ilormo Shuttle Iaohtines.are stamped '"H. MOSS A CO., Sole Agents." ' WALTER NEVE, Agent, ' dltunter~street, ,?.? 61 ,, Newcastle . C H JFICATH 01~ AGENCE IMItIOVED HOMIE SHUTTLE SEWING * IAOhINE. This Certifies that MESSRS. 31. MOSS A CO., of Sydney, N.S.W., are the SOLE AGENTS for the Sale oEtour IMPROVED HOME SHUTTLE SE~VING MACHINE in Australia, nut we have notand will not, supply any other partion with the improved Houe kituttlo Sewiog MIaohine for sale in Anastrlia. " JOHNSON, clAInK, & CO., "rtlanuhacturers, Bostoo, U.S., A. Dec. 22nd, 1875. me All Genruinso achlnes stamped " 3....
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
NoILTH.. WARAnTA!! ScnoL-Th local board of tho above' school are about making oomo.very.important additionsoto'tho school building and teacher's .roaidenc. A contract ha. bren, given to' orcct.:a largo leitchcc to thotrachcr'ereoidenco at a cost of q105, end a largo shed is ,to be' erectcd in tho' school.yard as a shelter for tho children in hotor wvet weather. The building iso ntirely. frce from'dobt, ond the above improvements 'will bo made at tho exponso of tho Council of· Education. The Wartabh.TunnM lhas worked full timb this weck. ..... . '.-':..:
A Sledge Party Devoured by Wolves. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
~iA tslcdo 1 rty ii ouritdc b~y Volves. " A..PtTiTuh .attack likbs been made by avolve upon a laree party of .trvellors nehr the city of..Mloscow. . 1Th severe frost and hunger "has forced :thtrso'ra peetous beasts to leave their haunts, and o approasle the inhlabited enutres, and their; ferocity is sbldli thatthey do tint liuiti their depredations to calrying off domestic animals, but attach any livilng creature tlhy happeii to encounter. Thu ,ioscoru Gazette, describing one of tte latest exploits of these territlo behasts, says that a caruivani of six sledges, con-' taminug 2-I travellers, had hceii attacked witliiui a few miiemof M1oscow by a band ofwolveo nuitibering many hundreds. The whole of the travellers end their horses wore torn to pieces sad devoured, only one sncceediig to make his tcesite. This was one of the conductors of a sledge, who owed his safety to the trimn state and qriietiinessof hishoreo, ind toliig presence of mind. The totment of the attack was ssteetlhihn...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
NEiV LAMIITON.. *RAenoennY .GULLY.-The Waratab Cool Company Works. nro progreosing vory favoumbly indeed. Tile railway embank-" mont is now comploted, with the oxcoption of one smoll gop, which will most likely bo filled up during thoecoming weok. Tleo plots layers kayo also comploted tleir work to within 500 yards of the sohft. The main ohlmftis cxpeeted- to strike cosl in'a very few feet, asndin all probability will bo bottomed at tho end .of next week,' when a commence mont will bo mode ot . once to ereet the Iheapeteod. ?Tho, monager (Mr. Moody), hos mode tlt preliminary arrangements for oreeting the screens, having at the preoent alt the timber ready for erecting. The wooden viaductbettween the pit and tunnel is ales so far completed as to be ready for the plank ing. The manager soemo determined to. hivo cool into the market as soon 5s peosible, and that nbt one minuto.'of time" shall be lost. . ....................'.. 'N:'W LA.atnToN COLL50Y T'--his Colliery has worked one day...
Messrs. Moody and Sankey. UNPRECEDENTED REVIVAL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Iflessrs. 3l6odly aind SBimkiy. vNrRECEibENITED. IEVIVAL :SERVIOES. (Pao~f IIUI1'EII'. ;YEBkwL)i Tcc.n- is no diiniisutieu in thoe sttcnd ncooS.isjon the imcetings of Melossrs. ?nid~'ind.Sanlkey in tbc city of .Npw Yorke. '::Rain and stormi do not provend the gr&it nuititddcs who wish to sep and hear, from' thronging tle'li ppo. dro'ie. MIr. ?ioody hlss gained fhvour by, the judgment which he has shown ia lil mainigement both of the people and himself. Wheu he said, in oic:of his addresaSo, "I wont no ralse excite mont," the expressions of opproval' were quite noticoablo. The noon-diay prayer meotings are well atteniidcd, many ofthie' ministers of the city being prnsentiat each. On Sunday, February 13, the utten dance wee estisated to he from 20,000 'to 2.,000. At eight o'cloeck in' tile 'morning a meeting for Christians wus h61d, the admissicc being by "tikllc' There woro dvor 4000 pcrsons 'indtl audienee at that' early honr. .:"bh' meeting lusted' three.quartcrs o Of "eg h...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
j L-~ iMIu~TON.ga i CI(]IOflAI U~. oN.-A monoting of the? Mnr'iof the Lanihton Cluiral U~ibn was leoe TIhirsday evening, when it was do lo ,?nId anotlher concert on the 0th Jnn4 ITzIn PIT.--The pit wee worked' two • -qgur'tor deyc this week to date, and a d the'o- uarters for thO fortnight. HIanP'e TESTOIONIAL.--A mcting. of tho gonorl' Coonouitteo aos held iii Mir. Stoker's committo roocoon-Thursday even ing, for tho purpose of onaking firel anOmgO ments for the presontution. There was a good attnldanc' from both oarotah and Lambion, Dr. 3. J. Hill in the choir. Tile minutes of last meeting were read and con firmed, ofter which the following resolutions were moved ad orried :--" That the pro& soentation be made before thle hanquet, and that the generol public be admitted fove." A draft address was then presented from the Ssub-committee, and tadopted with is few slight amoendments; It was then resolved "Tbat an illuminated oddlrees be preishred at a cost of£12, and that thle...
Ruffianly Outrage in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Itm~ifimly Ontrcsge isa Mcib~imiriure. (imos', cc 'Antors.): INFOISMATmiN that iiso.t rert.,li:d:,6 6nd i brnuai outrage , ad b'een clccccuiitdec c1o a lady in a public street w-c- rcccived'att I'raBran? police sta'tion 'shorly itteri 81 o'tlsclk on Saturdiiay eroning. 'Se,'giouat : arkiison inimmediately ploiesedidcd touthu spot,, when such :a'tale df siolenee'aud brutality' was disclosed he' firituataely is very seldorn heard in Victo'ria. It ap pears that .ire; Itidnbold, thle wife of MIr.: WVilliam nRumbold,' proprietor of a -icyaurd on the'.hnka of cite Yarri, 'imncdiately hbelow 'thu bi'idge, .on the Brighton' 1Raili'nay, m was proceeding up Murphy street,' 1outh 'Yarra; on her way home, bouht half- pa-t sevon o'cloek on Saturday 'peoning; and lad arrived Within a sabort distance of her .·,vn house, whein she was suddenly seized frocii be hind by a man whlose approach she had not noticed The matitlirew her down in the channel, and struc?k her a violent blow in the outhl. This ...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
WA*LLSEND. olice protection has been so long ed for by tihe people of this place that they bie apparently lost allhopo of their petitions eier bcing attended to. Owingto the sevoral ibcerirs lately andto tho number of attempts M4dl by some person or persons to oenter lile's8 premises, ia portion of the business pple lrave concluded to employ a night sitclhman lat their own coat, to patrol the stsrts at night, in order that he may proveont saio of tlih se prowlers from carrying out 1hir intentions. A volunteer was going the ,opnd of the townships collecting the signa tures of those whlo were willing to suibscribo tw'ards that object. What a fino illustration hlis of the shameful manner in which we being treated by the peoplo's Government tht a section of the community who pay a bid share to the public rovenuo have to see therr places overstocked with policemen,. and himselves lputtinn, their hand directly into hbir pocket to do what the Government ought tlilave done long ago. ]'PoLIC...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
We take the following from the colnmns o! the Sydney Morning Hierald :-" In these days, when holnhol liquors are so largely consumed, -ad consumers are so muhb in doubt wrhether their syabtems are not being gradually impaired by edulteratinn,t is nel that one, t leash of 1 popular ba;hes oi' d ble as purs--that is lVo 4e'a Aramalcin S lcedan SchnappS. After nmking reoeuoablo deduc tions from the ?arild and many active and noatrolising virtues it is sold ta poaness, it is something to be ansured I~y physicians and other of the seientitio cognonoenti that we ham ein this artiol, a geonuina extreat which taken in moderate quantity, and under ordinarily healthy conditions ol body, afford a henefcial stimulus to the animal fountione, end oven if thkeo in en oess lear.a hbut a minimum of.tlte inevitable evils of bqso. Thn font tlnhe in the latter re speut'it is Incnmp/iabl?"s'perior to the mase of other liquoinnrst" a';likbo cldnss ld attribsled'to the entire ebednod of fieslol all id pnl...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
& DISTPRICT. NEWCASTLE. Ir,D Ove.-4-A Morgan's lotter, esth wti appear on Moniay; a lotter from -ifest;" and sOveralitCms of inportmnceo. lITTLNDI) BRIEWRIY -Reverting to excellence of thoe ,,mill-strcnm" ale and r-?-rulfiira tirvd by Micsro. Wilihins" Lohen, of thie laitlaind lroewcry; arnd , it wil boe seen by advertisictent, took lit the bite Intercoloanial Exlibition in , the following letter Ireso been ileasto us for publication, which speaks for ..s-lf""?ess.. Williban and Cohen, Omit "tlroecrv. Centlenen--I lesd yoar kind eat of ,aill.stsiinn ilo properly eamp~lcd it is the opinion of all our starf thnat it h, eat exception, the finest oanmplo of colonial they ever tasted. For myself, I can say isa".rl Excellent, and I should prefer it a nv brand of English bulk ale. W ith 'thtsniks, and ievecrywish for yoursuccesa Syeses very faithfully, FReneDscRic CANE, ,eniteeadent Asylum for Inbeciles, Now I[e. 1l1y 11, 1871." : eTAC ^LASI CoAL Cmoi'aNY.- In s.eillca nt will be f...
REMOVAL OF DR. R. G. ALCORN. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
REMOVAL OF Do. R. Ci. ALconE. W\o obsorvo 1hy odvortiaocmont that Dr. It. Ci. Alcorn who boo for oomo conoidiorablo timo pooot hold pa lsition on IDr. , T.V. Knoggs' stoff hoo'romoved to \Vcrt MInitlond, whoro he will carry on tho proctico of his profession. WVhilao in Nowcostlo his doties wenre prolonipollv conflnod to tho ouburbaon ond olining town slips but ho Iore won tho CoteOmn of IIi, nod his d opirtoro vill ao regrotted by loony. Wa wioh tho Dr. every succes his now ophero.
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
SHIPPING IN POR'T. :ou .0 • Aseoo. 1281, I[cllitolio: Stockton, die hargilng hbllast. to land \Wolstod cool for Son Fratodsco inglu. \Vhite, and Co, agoolts "Blair Hovle, 1201, Hliggins, to load Walso. end cool for SonFrancisco; in stream. Bigble, WVhuits, and Co., agOeto Brodick Costlc, 1775, Thyae, Jetty's, to load Wolioend coal for 0a0, .Fraclso C. F. Stokes aud Co.. ogeolto •City of Nankin, 086,jjlifoLe n, stream, to loaud Walltscd for S?in Froncisco. It. B. Wallace, agont Fiji, 1407, Brown; R. U Wallace, agent, streom, to load Greto for SEn Fnocisro Hudson, 775, Coltiche, otream. It. B. WVal. lace, agent Invererne, 744, Voreman. Binogle, Whets and Co. agents l Horseshoe, to sail forChinn Mitcedale, 1220, Brocn. R. B:-YWallace, aRgent; Na. crtane loading Greto for San Fran Iloonts, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent; laid op Maelnl, 1260, Wright, Horseoobe, to sail for San Francisco. It. B. Walline, agent Salisbury. 1095. Caoe, to lood Mesara Brown's coal for san Franciseo. It. B. W...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
NOT'~i'fES A'~cND EVENTS (FROMx OUne SYDNEY CORRJESPONI)ENT.) A RATuER serious accident occurred dor. jog the progress of the torchlight proces sion of the Fire Brig?tds last nsight. Tile procession looked very pretty, usd cassed -0o much oxcitoanset it.anoiing tile Polsis that crowds filled the streets, and every place frout which a i'iow of the firessen could be obtainied was occupied with people.-: In front of tlto Central Hotel, near the General. Post-oflico, in George. street, tlibseo was an awning roofed with galvanlzed iron, end as it looked safe enough, a number . womeon .ad clildren, --sanoon in all-got out of the windows of the hlotel andstood ,upon thle top of the ansing. They had iot been there long, however, bbfore ths stuseture suddenly collapsed, as the rafters gave sway with the weighst nljon tlhem, aisd 'the wonmne astd chlildren wore pitched ijnto thie gutter or the streets. Theem wats great aharis attho thnitsor iJnwas believed that somsse of tle people had been k...