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Victoria Theatre. "LEAH, THE FORSAKEN." [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Victoria Thlcatre. "'LEAMI, TilE FORSAR~EN." Tecee is ono of tho moot interesting daimatie pioccoevovr put ulpon tico oingo,' ond wvaft a ylendidly plycd, to a good house, at tihe rictoria ~Theatre, nlst night. The heroine has to pourtesy emotion, vary ing and intense, as her hopes are excited or doohed to the ground, and depict all tiho passions that oway the human mind. The story ir well-lmown. During the time th,, Jews were being persecuted m Poland, the son of a young famnr, Rudoilp by namne, sees and ftlls in love with .a Jewish msaiden, Leah. HLo meets her often, and plights his: troth to her. She places leer whole faith in him, and reposes trust in him as only people of her moo -om love, with a blind chlcositlt ing confidence. I-udolph's fether hears of thel lmaso,e, and emnploys an apostate Jew, nasced Nathan, to get the girl and her people away. N?.athan, who fearing detection hiluielf, is only too glad to undertake the job, and speeds to Leale witll a perso sent by .llcdol...
EXTRAORDINARY FORTITUDE OF A MAIL BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
SE?S?o,. wi~u ltY FOIRTITUDE OF A MAI=L Ifoy.-iliclhard Gow, son of VIr. Gow, of Harriet. yille, who has the contract for the cenveyano of 1.31. mails botweon Omeo and Harrietvillo, loft Omeo Witli the mails for thel Dargo on the 8th instant. When aboot soeon miles boyond Mrr. E: Grays.(says the Echco of 11we Moiolai?)t Coboegro, thlhoroe be was driving boefore hiof kicked out upon his gilving it a out with a switch, lie was kocaked ol'hib hoee and his leg broken. It will scarcely be crcdited,thouegh strictly true. that the snsfortuntse youtl,, wiho is 13 years oa age, hoppod upon one leg losoe pon a mile ohforeho sueeoedeld in ctohing the norse with thu esnil bhgs on; an oct of-we thiak 00i may call it-horolsm that deserves recog nition not olono from the post-ollco outhoritice, but aleo froes all who admire such a striking instance of fidelity in trust, &e. By lowoering one'oftlhe stirrupsho succeeded in mounting the horse, hatwan so exhasusled that he conld herolv rotain ...
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
MAITLANi). TnE £5 Fononmiic o- - Thue mno Bliekhfidr, charged w it:, utteriug a f?rged fivc pound note hao beoo remanded to Waratah. 'A fnrther churge" is niude against him for uttering ano:her forgeri for the suemo mouot. PIGEON SIIOOTIN O. - A. handicop soeepstahes Pigeoo Shooting match is to toke place thios fternoon on the rucecoorso FOOTBALL. - Tho Football season opens this afternoon on the Ahbilu Groond with a otelsch nmntch. ' - NolTnIetc JOcaEY CLUB.--It i0 eX peeted that thits Ciiil will hold their Spring Meeting about a week after llaudnick Sefptem bhr Meoting. which filnishes on the .th l thlat month.
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
I?INMoI. W nrao justr gong to ,in our usual oftor hros, andptroing to . Sinke theo vry boot of ogr pooitioi won~ltrooUctO..th Sinco tio pit hosi egon to work ofo wol,'thorn ioe a strong desire on the bord of tho worinesn haro to oottle down - T o tboacdin'-hooueo, soisrole, haco gnlldlly firled until "thoro is nomoro nows for fresh comers, and as mnny do not like to:bo'cnished, they amr coming ont and piutting up hots forthomoclvcs. T'llo eroction of these pslces, togethorwith. I" mov6 ot. thie part of business people to improve their places, givco to a stronger the impression that our popbition'is on the increase," and all OUir efforts wPill ho confined to making it as com fortable so possible for those who are hero.. - SONS OFr T'EMPEOP OO-lToh?' R?ev: MTr. Vestacbtt his; been eiigagcd for some time .in dnddavourng, to quietly spread the' nirinciples of teetotflisin, and as a proof that his effortsohyvo not beon in rain,· a request, chiefly signed by young men, les been sent to th...
REMARKABLE SUICIDE AT ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
PREMieKAUnLE Suicene Ar ABsLQN6. "-On M[ay 23rd, a remulrlablo case of suicide took place at Adeleng. A emnn, named TI.homas Cslliglmn,? an old resident of the above loeality, aud in easy circumstnocos, lind Jiost returned from Moelbourno where ho lutd bion on a visit. It appears that early in the morning he deliberately walked outsido bis reaidcnce and cut his throat; the wound not oro4ng fatal, h wailked about a dozen yards burther on and out the othel: side of his seck; noaking a wound ebttnding from .eer to ear; io then fell nd' diod almost instantly. The deceased was a Son of Tempcnmce, and lbor fectly sober in his habits. At present, no muse is imained for tie act. As inquest was hold on Vcdnessbey.-lf..N'l .. Z ,sa i DIso~o~euL OuTnAug. - One :or more scomndrels porcpetnutes~an set of etrocity en MIay 17th, for which we he1es to so" them brought to condigon am speedy.punishment. Seme of tho'eisploycs ett Ashtoni's Circus, on visiting the etetleos sen the morning in ques tion,...
GRETA & ANVIL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
GRETA & ANVIL CREEK. NIrIIINO of a very interesting char actor has oecurred amongst us since my est communication. Thingsaro proceeding much as usual. WVo have been visited by a grmt number of strangers in search of werk, but wo are afniid that any that come on that ct?|rsl at tile present time will come in vain. Thle Greta Company aro busily ongaged in getting tho water oat of tbo nies pit, wlicb, for its siOe end depth, will be a work of some time. Tho ieen engaged in getting coal at the old pit feel that they ire pllaced in ai great disad vantago by mising to work four in a bear, iad iae fervently wishing that they soon will be singled out. TnE aspeet of things are improving at Anvil Creek. The oeitnut is being ie creatsled, md time men h oipe to be all singled out in another weehe. Mr. WV. Froudo has opened a build ing whlichl he had erected some tinme ago, ias a green grocery store; and Mr. Plhillips, whoso largo store woo just about fnislhed when Greta collapsed, is mi...
Waratah Municipal Council. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Wnratah Municipal Council. •EXTHAORDLNAILY ELECTION. A" election took piaco ?on Friday for an alderman to fill the vacancy cansed by tho rooignation of 31r. Charles Harper. The poll woa takln at thso Comucil Chambers, Vuratakh. and at.Ir. Wnllaeo'u office, Newcastle. The M[ayor lcting as RBtorning-oflicer, and Alder man K?w as ossistont at Newcastle. The candidutes wcro Anchow Minton and HInison Key, Georgetown; Imd 11. Bell, Folly. Thu contest wos not very exciting, the ratepayeo scorning to be carelcss as to which of the candidatesc wore elected.... 'At a little after . o'clock the pUll was, do, clonted ao follows :- • Neweastlo ?,Varathl Tot-] t. Bell..... . 20..23 ' 40 H. Key...........; o : 38 3. A. munter........ ..0 -, 4 4 Infornel.......... 2 0 0 M[ajority for Mr.Y?B1ol 11 • MIr. BELL rstnsmed thanks to the ratepaycre for having elected him4. 31. II. -Ker also returncd thunks to the mtopoyers uwho had voted for him. r,; BELLT. then moved' and MIr. KHY seconded, a voto of tha...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
NEWCASTLE POLICE COVIET. FRIDAY, IAY 20, 187G. (Before Mr. IIannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNiESS. One person was dealt with. LETTING OFF FIREWORKS. Massansan, aMalay seaman, was charged with letting off fireworks inl Market street, on the 25th instant, and ordered to pa3y a fine of Se., or be imprisoned for 24 hours. LARCENY AS A BAILEE, George Stone was charged with larceny as a bailee of a silver lever watch, chain, and locket, the property of Kenneth McLoan, with intent to dofnrad. Sergeant Donahoo deposed : I arrested prisonor yesterday, at about 4 o'clock, near the Telegraph Office, in Hunter strcot, on warrant, dated 3rd May, 1870 : prisoner admitted that hoe was the person named in the warralt. Prisoner was remanded to Sydney to be dealt with. STEALING. James Wellas ws chiarged with stealing, at Newcastle, on the 24th instant, two pictures of coast sconory. the property of Kenneth M3'Koenie. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was ordered to pay a fine of as. (Deforo Mesars. ra'unell and Smi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
WANTEDS. "XTANTED General SEIRVANT. Apply /Vi Mrs. CLELEWIS, Alnwick Colliery, Woodford. ? 685 WF AN'TED, A1 GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mn.: AhLAN, lagstaff Hil, l27 4 "ITANTED, 'a STRONG YOUTH, ai Portar ii' FIEDK. ALCOO:, Draper, Hunter srreet. "738 b,/? AN'IED, a.Smart Intellient LAD S¥ Apply toWI IA RCH DOq Proeduce Stores, Scott-street. Newcastle. ,_72 "i? ANTED, a Good General SsltV?--T. v' V Apply to SIr, JOHN WILLS, Rills horeug-s Hotel, or Sre. THOMAS YOUNG, Dixon-street, Lsmbtor. 081 :W ANTED, a Smoll COTTAGE. Apply to Ofliae of this i'apor. . TENDERS. rUIENDERS WANT'ED for Buildig na '| HOUSE at WoVlnend, Stone nd Brick. Seperate tenders for stone, brick, and carpen. tet's wore, to be addressed to R. \VILLIAMS, at R. Johnsorn's Hotel, where Plans and Specifi estions cn hecson. . 7 70 T ENDERS WANTl':D.--Tenders will, be e received by the Undersigned, to Jisno -nd, for tis Erection of a Two-storey Btrik Building, iin Nelson-stret, Wallsend. Finns and Speeilicatiors ean bo s...
Collision at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
Collision at Sea. A collision" took placo on Friday night at' Sydney Heads, heliween the haiquo Brltsmart, froni Hobar" 'I'own, an)d Ilhe itelamr Maitland, outward l ound. ualpt.iln ees of tile barque makes the following report:-Pilot Creer oame on board at lo p.m. i'th outer South Head bearing was at the time distant about eight miles Squared away and steored for the inner south reef, which was rounded at twenty minutes past 11 o'clock. The vards were lracedJ sharp up nas the wied was coming out of the harbour. 'l'e vessel was close liauled with the foresail hi:iuld up. Heading west-south-west at 1i knots. Sido lights 'burning brightly. 'A steamer, supposed to be the Maitltnnl. came down and run acroas the harque'8 bows, carrying awav jibboom'hcad gear and knouked the star hoard anchor away Irom the cat heads. The s:eamer hacked astern and proceeded on her wvoago with ae.me of her rail carried away. The Britamart then anohored west-ward of the south roof. 'hoe weather was fieo at t...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1876. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Shaw, J.P's) DISOBEYING LAWFUL COMMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
NEW'CASTLE POLICE COUIRT. SATURDAY, -ray 27, 1876. (Before Messrs. Irannell and Shaw, J.P 's) SDISOBEING LAWFUL CO.MMANDS. Nine seaumen, belonging to the ship Mabel, were charged with combiining to gothller to disobey lawful conmunands, they being articled. They all pleaded guilty, and were son tenced to one months imprisonment in MIaitland gaol. UNSOUND UND. Henry Wilson, charged with being of unsound mind, \vwas sent to the Newcastle Hospital for treatment. DRUNKENNESS. One offender was fined Ss., or twenty oar hours' detention in dunmce vile. UTTEIsNO FORGED NOTES. Ambrose Blackford, remnanded from Maitlandu, was charged with feloniously uttering a forged bank note for thie sum of £5, at Laumbton, on thie 2nd inst., with intent to defraud ono William Donsley. The evidence of Senior-constable Hogans :and Mrs. D)onsley was taken, and the easo wais remanded until Tuesday next, for tihe production of further evidence. Tho name prisofiecr was then charged with the same ofbfence, comnn...
Borehole Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
Borehole Miners. , Tare monthly meeting of the lio Sve iijiers was hold at the Black Diamond Hotel, Blane-stroot, Newcastle on Saturday iveniig last. Mr. H. .Burnages. in the chair. The minutes of toe last monthly and a npecial meeting were read and contirmed. NOICE OF MnOTION. .Thq;meeting then considered a noticeof motion from hLast meeting, viz., that the services of tile General Secretory be dis pensed with,; at his prosent salary, and t rat a Secretary be elected at a sdalary of -30 per year. Tile CrIrmrrANN stated that the mover of tie motion, Mr. Sonmmerville. was not presrnt, and if no one else would take it up the miotion rnust lapse. Tile SceURETARIY said that MIr. Sommoer ville lhard gone to Lambton on business. Mr. Piirce said lie did niot intend to allow the irmtion to rlapse, as at the irt meeting Mr. Solrnmervillo hadrmade ehirges against thIe oflicors whlichwere unfounded. and hlie wished to have an expression of opinion from the meeting, as to whether they believed ...
THEATRICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
moiiAtiico NOTESo.-Mr. Rissd Mrs* les Matthews lvro reached Englandfrom. tta, and appearcas at lrighlton ori Fob 21st.--fr. aud Frsi Gdorge Case (l iis a.le garton) recently arrisred in England iAstralia haeo notified their hbsolato mentfroaa public lifo.--?r. 1.D. Davies grrat rcntriloquist),' assisted lby his hter Eva and Mr, John Lloyd, ore g entertanhmcnts in tlhe towns of Qienior as also are the Lo Lo Combinalation Conm .-l'ho Asiatic Circus and Royal Tycoon' rof Jpannese aoApearcl at ]3rLbeino an ao)atile young oeniloman, wlos0 on oqueests io.amale worll were iumbe' ess, at last lcd. " Now, my dear'," aidlhe wife, "'I you'll metal"-'" Madam'," said hlie, "you deojend on It, this is my last folly."
FRIDAY, MAY 26TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
FIsDyY, ?:AY 2OTH, 1870. 1N the Legislative Assembly, Ministers stated, in answer to questions, tls?t no minteral selcetionts Iuad ben tmadl by ?Messrs. Robertson and Sbtoirt adjacent to the proposed line of railway frosm Sydney to Illawarra, but that Mr. Stuart lhad selectcd 2780 nacres, all of which were cniverted illtto miieral conditionial pnU-. chalses in 1874, aindt befdro Mr. Stuart. becamte a memiber of the Assembly. Ailtswers were also givelt to questiolns respoectingthe Curator of Intestat0 Estates, atid certais tillleged inconsveiiences suflibred by the public on Qiueen's Birthdaty, in con netion with ite dispatchl of tmails and tht: stale of postage sttamps. Various documents were laid uipon the tible by Ministers, aund ordered to be printed.. Leave wts given to Mir. Nelson to bring in a bill to atbolilsh tolls on pulblic roads. Tlhe bill wav stlbsequenotly brought up and read a lirst timie. Mr. DAvIEs moioved,--" Tba there be laid upon the titble of this House, a return...
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
PARLIAM.ENTARY (FROM TE B. hU . s EsAi.) LEGiSLA TI ASSEMBLY. TumnsonAY, MAY 25. WE suppslement our PIlarliameIntary intelli gence of Thursday, tas given ill Saturday's issue, with the following : Mr. Couscc'drew attention to thelo largo increase---£40,000-=foi.-running expenseS and repairs and rellOwal of ulgellls. After solllu furthlrrelllarlls fromll various speakers, 1Ir. LACKEY, ill ainswer to M1r. H. Dangar, said the Park-gate Co. rails would be utilised in every way in which they could bu of service. The Goverii ment intended in future to use steel rails. Tiey were cheaper-being lighter aind more durable. He was told by the oflicials that it was niecessary to have the riihlivaig caihrisgsiigf" lok ~1s& "' hiieii they were not looked people could get out before they reached the stations to their great riskD Mr. W?rsno asked wvhen they wvould m:ake thle now railway station at New castlo. This was miost importiant. M1r. LAGE?' said that tile plans for tlie Neweastle stat...
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 27 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
OtISTOM IOIUs? OLEARlANCCES. M~ay27: 2 SSea Ny pb, bafrie, Ford, for Moelbourne Cargo: 3710 tons conl J Veenman, agent Elm Grove, barque, Leddra for Adelaide Cargo. 405 tons'conl, :R B Wallace, ageont lMacedo C(o.o), Clark, for Melbourne via ymdne? Cargo: 600 tons coal, 06 cases colonil wine W* H Smith, agent Alexabdrni, harque, Lamont, for Lyttleton Cargo ;470 tono coal 1 B , allnc.;, agent
WICKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876
.. EoD TroriN.-.We are pleonsed to statn that the important question of, educatiois, which has causod isobmd discussionl ;in :our; columns,i boeing onergoticoally agitoted in rthLis roing township. Tho Xc. John Dixon, and others wiho havo boon foreniost in tho movomont, have, wi b elio, ossod represen tations to the Cduncil of Edoration fog r school to bo establilshod thoiro, 'alid lie soon, aOs irisviirkto the ddcunio'its aro receivdo;'ivllicl havo boose displltched to Syin,'?? pawblic moeting of theo inlmbitonth will be called to consider the matter, duo notico of which will be given in this journal. At-this.mcoting a report will bo subhmittod, in which overj~thmig bcaitisg: upon, ho qucotisdn will lue?given in detail, and?o.plalnc ' . lWfn the meetging is called, theorefore, we hopo a'good attend-. uve will bo the re ,i -t.