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BROWN v. DIBBS. SUPREME COURT.—IN EQUITY.—APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
'BROWN V..DIBBS.. SUPREME COURT. --IN EQUITY. S .APPEAL'. . (ROoM MOoNnoAYi HIsc.LD. Tue following are. the reasons for tho jidg ment, delivered in tie aboveo appeal, in tie third termo last yoar :L, I Sir James Martin, Chief Justice, said :-In this 'case tl? plaintiff puroluised from tile defendant hlis half-intarcst,.in a colliery ifor £20,000. A disputo arose between them, and the plaintiff fleld i "bill for a speciflo perfor. manco of th agreement ,and for an naocoount. Between thb'filling of tihe bill andtlid mhaking of the cAntmct thie defendant had been work ing the inine and taken out of'it largo qwn tities of'coal and appropriating the, proceeds, His Honor the P-imry Judg'dccreeo i and directed the ,ayment of £20,000 into Court by the plaintiff and declared that the plaintiff was ontitled,.nsto lis half-share, to tliT viiluo of tho'cdal taken from thie mino as'it stbod in iltu rtlrali, and gave certain directio?is. There was. an appeall igainst tlie foriii gf the decree as ...
MINERS' HANDICAP, 150 YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
7IT~nEsS HNDIC~r, 150 YARDS. D. Dunlop, THnmilton, cratch., 3. Jsonss, llsend, 6yords. J. Price, ,Vallend, 4 yards. . WVatlidm, Junction, O yuars. I. Ytsae, Lambton, 7 yards. . Smith, WTdllornd, 5y arls. D. F(fo, Lmsbton, 7 yards. S. Lichmaond, WVallsond, is ynrds. T. Prightas, Lambl?t , yards.. 8V. Lordb, aValloond, 10 yards. ?V. 'eaYnardJ Tallsend, 11 yttrda 3. armorlambti on, Laotas Iysrds C. il')r n, Wllsnd,as 12 yards J. ?Viutrorbottomn, Lambtour J2ards C. Ielhe~hmdp lT~mhton, 12 yards C enoy, Lombton, 13 yalrds C . S k e aon ,an,1 3 s a l~ . o ya t d a. U. Thindmlrh, L~unlton, 15 yards
Lambton Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
Laibton Athletic Sports. Tue following aro the IEntries for the All oomers' and Miners' Handicaps, to be run on the *orthumbetlnud Running Grouud, Lnmsbton, on Saturday, Juno 3rd, 1876.r The first divisiun will start at 11 o'clok. . ALL-COMERS' HANDICAP, 150 YARDlS." F. O. Drown, IRitland, scrat J. King, R[aitland, 0 yard. Sal. barrIs, Roltlnud, 1 yard . Ahrkell, Hoatland, 01 yanlo II. Prlnce, Noncatl? , yards . ID. Dunlop, Hramilton, 8 dars J. Thomas, woallsend3 yards. a . .. W. Tylcr, Newcotle 0 yards. V. I cAulifo, Junction, 4 yardso. J. Price, IVallscnd, 5 ynrdu, S.Lnng, Cornnbong, 5 yrrd. P. Collaglmn, Raitlhud, 0 yardos North Roose, Raitland, 7 yards. Pery 7Bowno, _Now .cntle, 7 urds. R. Uumbrell, Newvclrtlo, 7 yards. ,V. Fergouon. Neowcutle, 8 anrd. T. IRobsaon, Vnllnrd, 8 yards. J. Smithlld,Wonlavl, O yaa-t I'. Ililng, Itratah, 0 yarnlo W. E. 8oawno, Necan~stle, y yrds WY. Q.inn, Noouoatlo, 9yunn • I. Fyfe, alnmuton, 10 yards J. lRlockwell, Ncwmaatlo, 10nyrsla it. (0ler, New...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
S .,WANTEDS" W- ANTID, a HOUSIMAID, and to assist S t ~ Waliting at Table. Mrs. LASH MORE, Ilunt?orstreet, Newcaotlo. ' -W ANTED,, QGENRA~L SE~RVANT. • ' Apply to ', - - ' , . ...... : RS. T. P. MIOODY . 777,' Waratah. W.ANTEID, a Good Genoral ',ERVANT. S.V Apply to Mro.; Blown, Viotoraii Hotel, Diane-otreet. . 768 W ANTFD, a Smoall COTTAGE, i Appy to Offino oT this Paper. W ANTiD.--To Ront a HOUSi, some. , whereo. i the City. Apply at the Oftice of this Paper, T. HANKS?*i .'::V:: 'ITHANKS.-I beg to Return my Siicere ?oL. ,'l'hanks to,my Neighl!our: and; other Friends, tor th" kindness shown to my dear .Wifoefrom thoe.date.ofkhor.tking .illuntil that, of her death TH'OS; DOVER, Lamlbton. 776 SREWARD : SEN HSHILLINGS1 REWAVRD. LOST, sa LADY'S SANOCY TERRIER SIUTr, bInak anid tio, llmiots 'white, snidoth skin,!anowers to tlhe 'name of" Trri." The above Roward will bo paid on returning same to'thli Udilersinoed? IAny person detiining it lifter this notificaton.?will:bo prosecuted. MRS....
Waratah Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
Wal r atetnl oflthncil Cunectilng. hTio usual fortnibghtlyecating of the r liqgbo Council was helda on Mondy night lnst.. ,?Presint l Thre fyor, Aldeimn Jamesl Kerr, _W itteman, Tgner, Marriott, Wat son and VWallac. : e. Ih . Be1,'l thene-wly elected alderrmai, handed in his declara-, tion, end took his 'seist. Tho shiniites of last iceting were roed anid confid med. , Letter read teem r PetertNorgaid, liallii?ng the attction of the Coluncil toth almost impn?asablestato e of Cebert,atr-? t. 'the road near his r?pro?rt at North SF~tiii "Mr. Josephl 'Willianish, cauhiig' ittoeiiticii to the dangerous state of o Croi Thiet'isatNb rtll h Waratal, and r?equest-. img that adomoe reoiirsi liobe ade. Fromii Mr;eP. Crebert, calling attintion the same jucstion. From Mr. J. S. Rodgersd'statin he had certain'pumps suitable for MuisiciJ plihitioe'andpublie wellsi '·; ·':" Tihe first tihree letters 'wee oefedd~t tIme Iniprqvemesit Coeiiniitteoe' and the last wap received~i rid ltii?'oih thmetmibl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
C:,utioi to Debtors. • FLNAL I'Or'ICE. AS st oreat number of .tCCOUNTg ae STILL OWING t tthe "EN'EIIS' AI)VOCAT " up to thu 30th Motrclh loot, DEBTORS r oa inal CAUTIONED thot, tooto- Itho auuntt of ttheir repective Ao'ounoot, ore lAl to tho UtdrtigtOcd before tIto"ttlh of Jtune next, they ill tIe all tlt c plto in the hoodo of our Solicito? fto coottltttot. J. M. SWEET, oRo PTOprkitoro 3ioCrso' Advocate." Sydney, .'10th MonyO 1570. 6t1w vercattstic fifovuing wcrralb AND MILNERS' ADVOCATE WVEDNESDAY,- MAY 5lsT, 1876;
The Main Road. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
The Maui Road. (bnos oon smw sdMBTONss cOnREsPOsNENr). As the majority of your readers in lth6 mining townships are doubtless aware tile formation of the new r.ad'irom Hamilton to New L'mbton has been completed fdi some months. The Waratah Coal Com pany have also gone to the expense of erecting the approaches at their railway line. During the dry weather thle road was pretty passable for foot and horse pas sengers, and scores of persons travelling between Newcastle and tihe townships of New Lambton, Lambton, and VWallsoend availed themselves of this road as being the shortest and best route, but since thie wet weather set in it is impossible to travel on thile road, as owing to thie claying nature of the ground, hIlorses and even foot travellers sink nearly up to the knees. The reason that tihe road is not being completed by meotadling, &e., is that all tile monev LralnteLd by Government Ihas been expended, and no further grant is likely to be given until tho Supplementary E...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. T?uE presentation of an exquisitoely written invitation to be present at thle first repro sentation of 'theo "Woman in Red" induced- meo to forsake tile cozy shelter of my cave for tile interior of those halls of daszling light, knowln t`' the outer world, as the Victoria theatre. Although .my CARTs particularly specified that the dress cirelo wase to bo tho portion of the nuditorium, wlhich was to be honoured with, my distigiguished, presendo, that baslhfulness, which forms so prominent a feature in my character on the one hand, and the total miand irrotrievable absence of a full dress suit on the other, determined me'to seek shelter in a quiet corner of the stalls. Carefully andjusting nsy wig and spectacles, 'I' endeavourod noiselessly to procure a seat far away, as I hoped from the Newcastle LITE. In the words of the. orthodox penny-a-liner, my feelings could be better imagined than de scribed, when I found myself in' the midst of aldermeon, mayors,. physicians, me...
The Railway to Illawarra. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
2·.Z1'.'ih -:ailivWiy: to lltwvrrca. Os th ith inst. the Roev. Dr. LAas ,deliereed a-lecture -ill: Sydney, in the co rse of'f(rhich Ib? endearvoured to show thset-a railway from Sydney-to llla warra should be constructed with as little delay as possible, It will also be seen by'o'ur Sydney telegrams of yes terday'e issue, that a 'deputation headed by the rev. gentleman just named had interviewed the Colonial Secretary for the purpose of forwarding the above object. In his lecture. Dr. LANO dwelt psiticularly upon six poitis, and from these he endeavoured to deduce reasons for which the Illnawarra Railway ought~ to be constructed f.rthwith for the benefit of the country. The ofirst reason he gave for this was " that the railway would "pay." In' support of this h estimated the cost of construction at only £740,000. The interest on this at 5 per cent. would be £37,000. The quantity of coal carried by rail per annuos he esti mated it400,000 tons, which at ahaulage rate of four shillings...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (Noy OUR SYDNEY COaaaESrOeiEocT.) TE. Colonial Secretary, this dfternon, told a deputation of half-a-dozen citizens of Sydney (the Roev. Dr. Lang at its head) that tile three principal lanidowner, through whose landthe linu-td Illawarra would pass had agreed-tolot the Govern. moent luwo tlie mand free of charge, and tihe hoie. gentleman advanced this as an ad. ditional argument ill favor-of tile scheme. Now, this statement, instead of being ad viulced as an argtuneiCnt ill favor of the line, ought to be regarded with suspicion. And the reason is obvious. Why do these landowners oflbr to give their Inlal to the Government I Is it love of couitatry er pocket lmpatriotisom that urges this oilbr this sprat wherewith to catch a mackerel I Who ever heard of a privte.jndlividual puttinghisliirittitfl'isi ownri pocket, or, which anuouts to tile saue thing, cutting off a'slice of hIis possessions for tile benefit "solelyof tli- Stmitol"" Thi Stitet dbes not require such acts...
SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
SAN FRANCISCO Mt\IL. We would remind our-readere that the Elnglish mail, via San Franoisco, per City of San Francisco (a.s.); loaves, Syney on Friday nIei Moils will bemde up eat tihe Newcartle post ofike at 9.30 p m. tomorrow (Thuarsday) Letters may, however, he pllced upto lIl p.m. on board tihe Sydney ntelimer. The barquo Gla~lyn, Captain Kirkpatrick, ar .irfd in Melbourne on 19th inst, from Maauritius. Telegrems fro'n Wellinaton,Satiird ,y, stat. The brig Sarah, froni Melbourne,.bomidl to" Won garon tor timber, was coampletely wreaked yes terday off Onpe Brett. 'rhe crew were saved,' and arrived atthe Bluffto-day. . Iloh ship Itoupoirell, from London the 8;h Feo-' ruary, passol the Start Point on the ilth, with :tlong S.W. gales, which continuid to the 23rd, t.hen outherly weatlher to 4th Manroh ot whlioch date she passed Madeira. Thie equatnr was crossed on tle 1th ill rclh, il longitiudo 28 \'.; carried S.E. anld . winds to 46 S.; passed the meridiima of the Cape of Good Htope...
NEWCASTLE CADET CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
NZWOAOTsOt CADeT Conos.--On Saturdaysifternoon a Captain's parade of tile above corps was held. The company was well represented, and met opposite thle Asy 'lum Grounds, Tis weather being, however, very threatening from the southward, Cap. tain E. A. White deemed it advisable tob march tile corps to the leo side of the Asylum Grounds in Church-stroat. Arriving there, the corps were put through various evolutions by Captain White and Lieutenant Peaks, assisted by Q.JI. Sergeant Maurdoch, and Color-sergeant tobinsoa. The nsajumnvros wore well executed, and tile attention dis played by the cadets to tlhe instructions re. eoived by them from Lieutenant Peako' nd other otficers of the company reflects the highest credit alike upon the cadets and their instructors. There is but one addition re qluired tomake the Noewcastle Cadet Corsje an ornament tothis city, and thatis thoformation of a Military Band. Any of ourrceader who may have listened with pleasuo tothesotrins of the Juvenile Fife...
WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
\VI(ATHK0R 1?.I.POR'P'. Mar 30o, 9 L.Mr.-Port Macqunariee-N un aettled, sea very hleaYy; Oabu island-N, fine, sea smooth; Jerris Bay-N, fresh, cloudy. leh-e-N, fresh, oloudy ; i Kiama.iN,strong fine; \Vollongong-N, stron f,?e; Uroken; Bay-N N W, cloudy. sea moderato ; South liHead- N E, fine; ??clbohorno--N, fine; Adlo Inide -Port Stephen-N E, flle, sea smoo th.
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
Y & 1DISTRICT. i NEWCASTLE. 'siE ENtoINEER iN-CIEFr for Bail JoLhn Whlittol, Esq., arrived in this I'.Iesty cnrdny morning, and loft by specil at eihflt n.m., Ior MIurrrlundi, nndi was S .uic by J. Higgs, Esq., traffic mana le Oco. B.ewick, Esq., sulorinteudedlt s anid works. l8J.IP NT o O RNGEas.--Tbo first iaent bovond the colony of this aeasons' es wonoticed was mado ycatoertLy of 50 - Ir J. Woodcock, poer Australian ' to Lyttlcton, N. Z. Wo Imndr thc y swere thil produc of a Singleton A IDENT.-Our vttcrao guard. John mnet with 'n accident on Mlonday at Weat daitlatd otatiun, wlheni to detach some tracks fromo his train jeld and fell heavily, coning on hia Jcr, which incapacitated him from otyty . We hope he will soon get better, i'ial smile and portly form could ill ' our lines. $ onsu FSTIVITI~ES - Yesterday on Captain Thyne, of tho. Blroderick S177i3 tons register, lyingin the stream, . Ined a large party consisting of the SI citizens of tho town and titoir famIi . boa...
The Illawarra Railway. DEPUTATION TO COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
•,Tile Illawarra :Railway., ... DEPUTATION TO COLONAL.. :-. SEORETLARY . i :;' . (mkobu OUfl SY'DNJ~O~LEYO5Pt5ON~iNT)jj: 'iPtonday, afternoon ,. a,' dbi'nimillon headed by tile Rev. Dr.. Lang;iwait&l ui sps'the Colonial Secretary athliseoffiib to impress upon the Gdvirmnomintthe im li'portaincoof constructing a lineoof railway. from ISydliidy; to: Illisivarra.. The depuita tioni consisted of the Roy. Dr. Lang, IMr. . Williari Neild (manager'of the CityBansk), Mr Aisdreow Allan, MIr. J. .Marke, IMr. Neild, jun.; and. Mr. Alldermnin 'lddy. : Thie Rev. Dr. LAno,i i listroducing the deputation, menetionedm that tlhey wer deputed to,wait;.Lupoh the Colonial 'Seretaryy a publilcmeeting of citizens of Sydneiy; hmld recemitly in the Masonic Hall. Tuie dvaiitagos of the proposecd line' were' Oet forth by Dr. Lang,. Mr? Noild, and MIr.. Allan, whose arguments were substantially the saiue as' those recently urged by Dr. Lang in. a lecture upon the subject, and wich ]have bemen reported...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
LAMIITON, IrI&AlTl I lDE THEE. - A gotio lmen woro soen sitting upon o bill above Grovoaestown, but all at anOahed, log and all. The' eaorth . i?t swallowcd them up. The l80ytorious disoappearance is tlhat 5 tion of tie ,V'aratalh Tunnol oallen in, and the men were , itt the chansm ovoral foot bolow 5.':Fortunatoly noither of them mtOO injury than a mther sovero antged, after a short time, to ri ilo el. Somen thrne months nrito?Iethodists 110(1 a very 3 eating on the samo spot, animatiou--A spider hanging at /ai
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
SWALLSEND. ?R Ionn?.RY has come to light u-Idst flow days, of which nothing reportedtl in lthu public press, simply, , ons the ground tloat it is no uso o spilt milk, Tie ylntim in this r. G. W. Allen, butcheor, who had a bourdls of his promises wreoonched he door thereby unlooked, when the telpd tlemslves to soome mutton, I.,ving only left a few coppers in I Thu robbery occurnred one night last SENT.-An accident Lhappened aulldd pit on Tnosday morning, by yobnth named I'Pol lhad one of his oerely bruiseld by some sklips. eration nwas perfornmed by 'Dr rioday, o an old resident of amed Sidebottom, ,by whilch over ten uid:wero roemuoved fromn a tumour in lu?; a although the patellt is slu.or years of ago, he bore the Iwell, and is much relieved by it. lNs AT WOALOS.ND PIT - hty,i a worlkman employed on thel ay bridge, New Tumnels, near Dark Ilnst lriiv, fIull off theu scaffolding lght of twenty feet, and received a e shakig-lhavinlg two or three of Sid right sin broken, snd some I bo...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT ; TUESDAY, AYA' 30, 1876. ' . (Dtor.o Mr. Hannee, J;P.). DRUNKENESS.... STIo offendrs 'were dealt with. DISORDERLY CONDUCT ON BOARD SHIP. George Clark was charged with the above offenco on. board the barqiue "'Trln culo. &nbsp; He pleaded guilty, and was ordiered to, pay.13s.;, or be, lokedup for 48 hours. UTTERING A FORGED NOTE. Ambrose Blackford, on remand, was charged.with uttering a forged £d5 ilote to William Densley, at Lambton, on May 2nd: 'The evidlence pireviosly taken in the case was:read over, and the following further evidence was then adduced. John Donaley depi.sod that he' was a publican, living ait Lm:lbton; on the 2nd of thi" month lilie receired a notu from his wife; lilt vwife hlil previously takeli it to the Bank, and was told thalt it was 'i badi mote ; thie nota produced ill court was the' one lie had received frosm his wife; witness gave thiu note aftelwaradls to the constahl.I Joihn S. Rtanclaulld dleposed to thu noto produced be...