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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (FROM OUR0 SYDNEY COiRRESPONDENT.) THAT tolegraph wire hals beeon playing up some of its prmks again. I see by Satur day's issue of thie I-iI.sAND AND DVOCATE that the word " assent" had been trans formed into "dissent," in regard to tlhe Botting Houses Bill, which mtuade all the diftlbrence in the sense of the information sought to be conveyed. Let me be more cxplicit,-cand this timuo I lhavie only that facetious individual, the " intelligent coplositor," to fear; and not the capri cioss electric fluid. His Excelloncy the Governor (in the nanle of her Most Gra cious Majesty, Queen Victoria), gave the royal assent--not dissent, M?. Conmpositor -to the Betting Hoiesc Suppression Bill : which is now' tlldhe lawof the land. After this assutnnce, I have no doubt your epirasi maticcontributor in " Cav Adilllal" will slhske libnmls and-make it uS again With Sir Hricferalbobisson (who is not a bad sort,kvith all his fiault), and borrow hisi hat the next time he visits Newc...
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
.CUSTOMI HOUSE CLEARANCES. April 11. H. 2D. Brookman, American Barque, Tyson, t or Singapore, with 927 tons coal May Flowor, brig, Dixon, for Lyttloton1 with 347 'tons coal Dandenong, ,teamor,.Stnnford, for MeIlourne, via Sydney, with 480 tona copl. -Boyeilto, barque, White, for Dunedin, witlh i80 tons conl. Tiho dredgo Newcastlo i. lying anlongelo thel i'atent Slip Whnrf at Stockton, .nd vill .bo' *nkc.n on mimediately .lio Saxon ,i launcihed. :She will receive rapairs ti har rivoting, and be oprbporly cleaned ond ,pnintep. To perlbrm thijs -rrk tba proprietora of thie lip ,i/ill hiavo (o Eplace. lot of ardwood logs aerossthbo cradle to Allo iher to' lay t easx. She ,oing ,?,t'-' 'l.tomed cannot ho accommuodatedl on thie ship ,,s , well t3 ordinary vessela. -. . .... . . ... ,. -. Tho ba.rqutolitke:I, now on the Stocktun Patent Slip, is undergoieng a thorough over haul below and aloft. Sht is to receive a portion of a new keel, new keison, and strengthening beams on her bilge. All ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
: alBo mNE.: i T COo0ustomo aut'noritob scired? cor. toin drcitso aqotds qE oosgos. gtoyonson and Go., on craount of thoir sofis lg the inspoctiod of theom by thie ostoni-hoose officer, the flicr wers wor forcibly expelled by the firm, and a great row has been tihe result. Tho firm barred their doors against tihe o?li cers, but the latter effectodan entrance. One of?e"y ?moed GuOuthrio is reported as wounded, lnd taken to thie Iosep)ital. Four Custornm hIroiseofrTcei were plar'e a re pqsei,,er, Itrd a largo body of poliomnen kept wtit?h'itid ward outside. 'Tio ease is now boinug argued before tihe Thie policeo have to protect rtweto!, vbo was the informer. The mob lidwled it Stowelllitke deioirs. '"llo fqycrnment noized Stevensons' cor rcsio~rrrlrrlco Iy tilO OmO4!. Thie Victriolu e Governlmt?ont Il.y9?glved tq institute criminal proaeodirngs ogoirsat -tayrv son, for roesisting the Oustomr' iruthorities.
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
SHIPPING. pORT OF NEWOASTLE. ARRlVALS. Arbn. 11. Dandenoug, (a.) 1875. Stanford, from blel boorne 'vi S?ysy \V. H. Smith, agent Ellenl Gollde, shiip, 914, Perry, from Moel bournic, 7th ijst. . B. 9Walloee, agent Jaone, bri , ItOChmnrV Cl from Anuckland. C. F. St,,eo'b C 0., ,gelts Cela s, renob bnarqe, 538, from New Cal doia CoABWIss. April II. Coonanbarr (.8.), WaYratah (ns.), from Svl,,ev; Peterborough l oass, from Cape Hawke, with timber
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
SSHIPPING. S11P "ELLEN GOUDEY.' Captain Perry will not be re aponsidle for any debts contractedl b any of his cre?w, while in this port, without hl wnitteu authority 221r I. 1. WALLACE, Agent. BRITISH SHIP "' OLIVE." CAPTAIN GEORGE DAVIS will not be responsible for DEBTS CONTRACTED by any of his crew, while in this Fort, without hbs written aui, ority. ritte uoriINGLR, WHITE, & CO, 192 Ageonto. STEAM EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY. SEASTER I' LII)AYS! .mEASTER HOLIDAYSII METROPOLITAN EXHIBITION. RANDWICK RABCES. :Single Fare for Double Journey. From 181th April to let May (inclusive), Savailable by either the A. 8. N. Co.'s, or . H. R. N. 8. N. Co.'o. Boats. The A. 8, N. Co., in order to mooeet the wishes of thie Travelling Publio, have deter mihed to REDUCE THE FARES, To and from Sydney, as usual on Holiday occasions, affordingovery opportunity of visit ing the Metropolis,viz: The COONANBARA, Captain Adam., leaves. Newcastle, for Sydney SATURDAY NIGHT, April 15th. MONDAY NIGHT, ,, 17...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
- SaippIh-GIN"r O . ...r . Bedfordhlire, l'-11' Wrren . B. Wallace, agoeit. Blallastljetty Gnis a. : C" et, Frenchl lip, 750 Gnlgn7 n; 0?, StOkes ,h Co., ngento: ballast jetty Coronn, 1199, Stnlcluaa. t. B. Wallace, aEllen oosy, 914, erry R. B. Wallace Olive, 846, Davis. IBlngle, White, and Co., ngento; bnllast jetty ' ' ' Salisbury, 195. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent; stream Sir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J. and A. Brown, agents; balla tjetty ' ". ' * * . .... . .....09. Ardnvar, 858, Burns. Biugle, WVhite, and Co., g?ernts ; halloat. jetty " : .. Alplitigtdn, 326 loaded for Hongkong. . B. WVllace, agent liot??s' hOB Blenhlein; 57, Garner It. B.~Wallace, agent; ballast jetty " r '' l ' ' Boaycito, 432, Wmite .o e "crane; losd ing Co-operativ conal for Dunedin. J. Reid, C"amile, 365, Stafford. Cir. Stokes alnd Co., Cnoy Scott, 327' Blake. .B. Wallace, agent ; to load Wa\llsend coal for Dunedin C los, renl, 538 F rech lhepia', 4,onese. IR.B. Wallace,.agcnt Iallaot jetty i "to load'WVallsend...
DEPARTURES. APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
DEPARTIURES. APRLs 11. - Moses B. Towers, A?muricnn bnrkeitii for CoJli good. ketch, for New COaledono.l oatio?'r, barqueG, for Mnila ])rlts, Atorieni !osrque, tbr Son Franoo?io D1Ieaosog(ss.), for doloroenre, vin Syduoy Cosao, schooner, for lobort Town . COasoTwIB. Ss.onois(L,:)'~CnlInroy(os.), Wroto;all r(soBn) Nori;-Nilo,Colouintslrompt,ot, Seot,-ll lebec, S-ostl, brig Lola ltooLb, cold Norpoth (ea.), for Sydney -*~··
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, recd. 9.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMl.S. (Ro r oorn SPECIAL COiitEsPONDENT.) a ?YNEYY,.;! S ,..,::ToPuday, raeed.'9.30 p.m. A meeting,.to prqmoto iimnigyotion from Italy.to 8y~Lney, haso besnconvened for neot woak. - Tileo mtch boiFtwvoan Howitt and Davioes has been postponed till lot of May. Ait a proliinary meeting of Presos writers, hold yestordiy ovening, it waso resolved to" invito Walter Cooper to some festivity, by Wam' of coleobrating his. admission as a bar. er o-brtsogj, to-do/ told a do utation that th.'oovap~rmuit iotoodeo i? )tt oduce a measure to reoliyo 8inigipqliits' lioqliities. M r.:John Young :has retired from thie con tost, for Parramatta elecotion. SA splendid rain fell in Syldney all last night. To-dayis showory In theo Assemlly 'to-night, Mr. Lloyd's motion, to 'riappoint a Water Commission for Newcastle, was carried by 1"to'6. * lIr, Stevons' motion to go -into aommitteo tpofsoideT t!e expedianoy of puttlngthelo sum of six 1indlid jihunls'oi theo ?~.jates for road between Newoast...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
CAVE ADULILAM. Tire Northern -District of Queensland will soon have acquired an unenviable notoriefy as the hone of cruelty. A sub rispector of police has ordered a black gin to be tied up and flogged for somne trifling offence, by one of his black troopers. This brutaliy roused tile honest indignation of a bystander, who interfered and got well "hamnliored" by ithe "ollicer" and his black gang for doing what any man with a spark of feeling ?ould do. Iin rnother caseo, a black boy lhas been so mercilessly flogged by the "officer" and two of his black troopers, with a riding whip and a loeather saddle-girth, that death has been the result. It is reported that thie offender in thiscis has h'een?iu.arre~sted dn a chrgo of murder. Thiis i ineiot the first timlithat the cry of ,the l?urdeored Kantadlaor black has gon?sup fiom lthis district.. Is tierop no spare miissionary knockling abo?t ,lwho mighlt be sent to some of those white heathen ofticials nllder pretence of being sent to the b...
The Governor's Speech at Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
Tihe Governor's Speech at Bzathurst. .Noro wris TrAs 1No- the:ceonsures 'which, in,some'yquarters, 'have been ,passed upoi his Exdcellency the: Gov'ernor" for :his-Bathurst speech, we -are-inclined-to the opinion that it wbould be to the adivantge- of the colony if the Gover nor ':would appearl;in public more frequently than he does, and sta~e his' opinions upon public hffairs.; It may not bo theo custom; it' simy be' the pr tienlar province of a:Governor under our Constitution to be' advised and not to aidvisb; but 8ir 'HElicres RoneN sGN is a man of strong. go'd sense, and When he.speaks his words have weight. At iany time he may desire to speak upon a matter of publih importance, the opportunity to do so could easily be secured, and' his opinions could be eixpressed without any breach of tb6 rdserve which may or may not be understood to surround his.official po0ition. Being more closely associated with those who direct the' work of government in the colony, he is as well aisd per...
Water Supply for Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
Water Supply for Newncatle, ITr is gmratifying to hcar that one of the I gr.t 'obstacles in bho operation of the Committe for .obteining a Water Supply has been xem0oyl, ap wvll be seen by tihe following corr?espod.Oc.0, ~e.O tween the O~airman .f t~ne Wmater Committee and the lovenrnment- : Itol~aa plfiee, Newcastle, 7thll April, 1871?,. The IIon. Tuos. GAnnrT, Esq., II.LA. ' Sydnecy. I1 8 Syde.--When I lasnt had tha plea ,oro of seeing yeou i Sydney, you kindly took. a loto cqf two or tlreeo matters connected with oar Corporition, viz.:--The dedication, and the investing in? ?'iuktlees of tho Couneil of lond reserved from sale in :tli parish of Nabiba, for a water reserveo; the iplac?ilg of the boat harbour ndelcr the eontrol of the Council, and the dedication of theo strip of anid at the top of Watt-street, leading to tlhe Iqtereatlon G(iround. I feel extremely for troubling you sp frequently in these matters, which, bsoevvr, nre of 'itsl imo)or'taoce to us. Tie citizens are beco...
MINING AT SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
MI.NINOa AT S2A.DnIUIsrT.-A report of the gold-field and dividends from thie minehs of that district for thie first quarter of 1870, is published ill tile lderrdigo Advertiser. Tihe yifld fcr thie quarter ihas been (i8,68, oz. as agairtt 311,40: c'. for tile corresponding qrnarter of rlast yer'r, Abiowieg an irncrease of 5200 oz, The dividends aroount to £10f,4l8G 15s, 8d., showing an increase of £50,286 5s. Id. Tie calls for the p)ast jrquarter amounted to,£30,910, as rgainrst £210,4?1 for the correos irOslr g 1pprieiod of last year, besoig an increase of £142f, 'she tbar r!nce in favour of thie divi doeds, ovc" cmall i~f £79,507 iyhilst in tihe lirst quarter of last year tih ilao?rd wvir £15,760. /A n0or AND sf1s MnoNeY.-A Iaboure° trarreil ,Jl.r.es Gallghrer, forty srven yearrs ofI ger, died ill tle .PPpital: rand 3rdevolCenlt Asyrlum, srit ?Wa?YrrLeerre?w ool, whorere ihe haid bcen rdimhitted, slil'sriisg frrom congestion of thie lhungs. This re5 cipient of puLblic crharity is s...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 11TH, 1876.) (Before Mr. Shaw, J.P. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
NEViCASTLn POLICE COu ?T. TUESDAY, APRIL llTu, 1870.) (Before Mr. Shaw, J.P. DRUNKENNESS. ; (ix d~uylkirds were dealt with. RESISTING T4I POLICE. ; Crle"f ' ?N6rdi, previously having i'dnitME:l liayig resistpd. cori)iil!','. Ooghlan whilo in tle g~pcutio. of Is djty at Newcastle; on the 10th iist, jiiozepl -was ordered to pay a fine of 20s., or to be iilprisonod in tle lock-up for'48 ]iours. rLOPANs AN) O OSOBNE LANGUAGE. , SOne personi Was fined for using'profane lnsuuage, and two 'for" using obscene * ' IS?., .;.,*.!ri)'rnua:. pXPOSnRE.', • . : " , h 'oa Pur tl ) rs c argedith tleo aboveo'btbceoinc I0owlg5 d.ieCr '. i L on the llth ilnst. , "" Constable Smith deposed : Tlis morn iug, between. 12. and 1 o'clock,, from in formation I received I wient to Lower OCburch-street, and saw prisoner in an in deepot p.cndition. A man was with her, 'diitdtievotil 'nthbey were a short distance fi0m her lookifig onu(''Ch?e y.apinder of the evideont is' unfit for priblticati'iTi.) : iohstable Ha...
CASE OF BURCLARY.—On Monday [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
CASE Or BURgLAor.-- Dn Iolnday nigh~t last the business promises of 4Mr A, Asher, saddler, of Ithmter-strCet, were brokeu into and a numllllber of mecrschalun pipes valued at betweenl £10 and £15 were stolen, Our reporter yesterday visited the place, ued foued that at the back of tie shop a pane of bhad bhe n broken and an attempt made to iher ilth shop irlom the railiajra line. Shutters, liowdoyer, bei tip, this was prevented, aid it appec? that te. burglar or bnrglars went rolu?,l to VI.e side .of the building facing Blano-stroeet, and got ocn tlhe roof of a shed. A pane of glass in an upatcli!-'lvindow was broken, the fastening of tfle yindow undone, and tle window raised. 'Froin the room into which. en entrance could be pfltcted tlrough the window the thief ivended his way apparently down a flight of stilra into thel slop, ld from there toookl tIheo pipes, dfccting an exit by taldng downi the lshut ters at the back of the shoI i and getting tlhroulgh the wifldow. Thle natter lca...
TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
TELEGRAP]?[o WEATHIER REPORT,. Anroi 1lrlu.-Sydney, Wind S.E., alnm, fine; Melbourne winld, cell, liu?; Eouth Aus:ralia, wind N.E., fino; Kiiotun, wind s., lowe, ecn smooth; Wollongong, rwiidl S.WV., cloudy, esn smoonth .Jervia' lJay, wind NE., light, raimig; Eden, wind S.W., flou; Gabo Island, wind S. I., cnlm, fine, to smooth; o'orf Stophens, wind B.W., fine, seo smooth; )rloken Bay, wind N.W., raining Port Malouarie, wind S.S,W\Y., lhoniry, sena smooth.
Newcastle Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
Newcastle Auxiliary dir the British Sand Foreign Bible Society. ANNUAL MEETING. SThe Annual Mcting of the Newcastlo Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held last evenilng, in tho CourtE House. T!here was a very fair at- tendance, and, in the absence of the Pro sidont (. Corlette, Esq.) thli Rev. Jaimes Coutts, M.A., (Presbyterian Minister) o cuoied the chair. The Hen. Secretaiy the Roy.v, T. A. Gordon; read the niinutes of last meeting, whlich wereo confirmed. : The meeting was then formally opened with prayer. The Iox. SEB?URETARY road apologies from the Rev. Canon Solwyn, Rev. Jolhn Dixon, and A. Corletto, Esq., for their unavoidablo absence. The following Reoport and Balance Sheet were read by the Hoqn. Secrotary and Treasunrer Sxrer.e.itI A.Oteut, t:ronrr or Tnoo NreWO?,RLo AUXILIARY O0r Tt UiUjTIHI ANt IORnIGOs DItULt SoCIKTnT . . . It is thlo privilege of this committee to report to ltho mcmberaol the' oNewcastle Auxiliury of tile rltisli and ForifII Utiblo ...
Municipal Endowment. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
". i"niciinl Estdowment, SoMl short time since the Corp6ration of Albniy sent to the Municipal natho rities of Newcastleo a copy of a pctition to the Government for the concession of certain privileges, and at the same time soliciting the co-operation of the Newcastle Council. in obtaining tho said privileges by petition, not only. for Albury, but for themselves,' and'fbor *each Mannicipality-. throughont..tho. colony. The acquiesence of tho Goverd" ment on this question woilddnecessitate. in fact tile passing of. an ,amended Municipaiities' ct. Two of thd 'prii cipal points embodied in the memorial were, that the Government would saenc tion the receipt by the Council of ill licensing fees, and that 'the endowment of pound for po!nd should be continued. In support of these requests it was set, forth in the memorial that many bf the Municipalities had been in existence so long that the ..Government 'endow nent had ceased, and .that -very few of the permanent works which had been comm...
DELEGATE MEETING. OFFICIAL MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876
DIELEUATE MEETING. OFFICIAL MINUTES. usual quarterly delegate meeting was lheld tr. E. Turnor's Glanmorgan Hotel, tah, on Moneday, April 10th. Preseont: he lodges woro ropresented along with istrit Olcors.. I minutes of the previous inectings wore and conlirmed. EX'PLANATION OF RECRETAIlY. ved-" That the explauntion ot the try,iin reference to tlhe postponement of inrtorly meeting, owing, to the Chair nd l imsolf 'elivig to be ine temrdno, o Rd ntitfaetory bythris Board."-Carricdi G Oo TAt QUESTIO. ', ' '; -G- sionr Seoretir ierd-o lottor, a copy ioh had beeIn lad bIfore ;thl diflferent containing a .'rcuiost,.to bo'placed. telit 24thm" clauso of tlhe district rules, u.kd-ent men. After consideriile diu in to to t legality of ae6pting them as -itein tliessocition.. It was moved I the Grota m oebo accepted as momberes |Unioe."-Carried, division, with roefeonco to tle roequst. Grctn men, as' prased by the district, ies taken. 'or suplportigtienm,.eoery sotd in faeor. It was tlieroforo...