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DEPARTURES.—MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
DEPARTJUlES.-MAY 81. Australian Sovereign, for Lyttelton Barrabool (s.5), for Melbourne, via Sydney Queen Emma, for Melbourno Wiassel Castle, ior Melbourne Arrogante, French tarque, for Lyttelton .rabel, chip, for .tan Francisco Aditredale, ehip, for San Francisco Na'a., trig, for Mlel' ourne Cheviot (a.s), for Geel.g
COASTWISE, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
COASBTWiS, May 31. Alfred Edward, Star of 1'ece,' and Village ShaiJ, from Lake Macquarie, with "OO feet timber. Collaroy, Olaiteund, Kembla, Duckee' Sield,-atoamers; Alert, Marie, and Catherine Agnes, all from Sydney
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
Let it .be distinctly understood thet we do net ' .:ider.t~fy oeeeclvce with ito opinions expreesed by , 0 our eolrspeo edont Ill ceeomeuleeatreon eteol . haose to| snocoeo'ad'eddreeoes of the writers uittoeh d, not nzeceosarlly" for poblicootion, loot aa pune" i?:ato of good feithz. Wer. d~on' ?believe itz sesocriong letters whoen thby appear in othery , £apersnIo.l " or~ioctod eeomeooloatlons w~il net;'
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
LATEST TELECRAma. @tidji teUR SYDNEY COLRRESIOMDENTS.) SYDNEY. Wednesday, 8 p.m. A TATEMENT appears in the .Pastoral Timere to the effect that his Honor the Chief Justice intends re-entering the, circle of political life. A well-known trainer at ilandwiek is declared insolvent. Liabilities, £2000. Reuben Davis, " carrpenter, charged with brutaUy assaulting his .wife, has been soen tenced by the Police Court to six months' im pri'onment. ThoAssembly are nrew considering thepost poned estimates.
WARATAH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 31ST MAY, 1876. (Before A. A. P. Tighe, Esq., P.M., and R. W. Moody, W. Robson, and R. Turton, Esqs. J.P.'s) TEMPORARY LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
WARATAI[. POLICE. COURT. " Wn?'sron, 31sT MAY, 1870. (BeofOre A. A.' P. 'S~ghe.'q.s, lie ndMbe iC. ST. Mesody, "W. oisioon, sad 4t.'rorton, .Elos. J.P.'ol TEMPORARY" LICENSES. : - Temporary icenioes' were grotitedi to James Parker, John Gordon, and Rohert Cairfis, to hold booths for .tho sle of liquors, from 10 ati. to. i.m.., ?t the Loibton sport, ,on Satorday, Juno 3rd, 1870. -'i " AsOAIrILT. " Johnathan Hieldemon, charged with assoolting Iaocob Probert, itt Lnhhton, on the 122nd instant, pleaded guilts', under provacation, and was fined 10s. ; costs of witnesses, 10s., and costs of Codrt, 5s. 10d. INDECENT LANOUAOE. * Henry HaIon, charged with the shove wstm ined I 0s., hmnd costs 2s. 5d. NON'AN'iOFAN i UAE. • ,Lewis Lynch was charged with using profiine lomigmagg within the hioring of persos passing in Elder-stieet, Lnobtin, on the 23rd inst. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s., and costs 2s. ld. ; or in defaslt, 48 h'omrs intholock-up. • '" DAOCU.O ANn MUIU8.3 J. Morris appli...
To the Miners of Illawarra. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
To the Miners of Illawarra. (Per fevor of the Illawarra Mercury.) GuarluoEME,-DoeWaro, the bait is laid; take care how you nibble, or you will bo caught. What I alludo to is an extract which appeared in the Mercury of thef 1tth instant, from the Newcastle Herald of the 10th. Now, I belie?vo it is not so much by the Newcastle minors that the proposed schemo is brought under your notico; is it is by those designingmen who have fqr their object the orippling of! thu fllawarra coal trade. I therefore strongly advise yosnto look carefully into the matter before yout join the Now. castles Union, thereby placing themsolves under thu control of men who' would expect you to do their bidding, lno matter how unjust it might be ,to your employers, or what harm you might do your. selves. The only object they have in viewi s to get you in the power of their Union, and the first thing they would do would be to tell you that you must charge the smens price for getting coal as they get.in Newcastle....
Victoria Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
Victoria Theatre. LaT eveniog an o:-eolloit audimn?e otton1lod to. witness the admired play of ."The Striiiger." Thio plot of this attractive pi re iso wll lknown to most of our readers. Tih ardnio.li o'?aracter of M:s. HIollor hr. bini possesseot extraordiiary attraction esle eooly for the gontler sex, and it was most admirabli rendreed by Mois Adolaide flowring. 'Thn " Stratigir" of Mr. is br was by ioany degrees, ' his bost imprsonation at this theatre. His inanlier, voice, look, gesture, and in foot tihe whole liroduction was" in thi highest degrro sotlfactoiy. M1r. ]Bolton, as Baron Steinfort, was exceedingly good, and the same conilitumsnt may be paid to Mr. Jordan, as Couni Wioterson. t'he laughable charaotor. of the pedantic Solomon, lost nothing in the hands of Hr. J. J. W"elsl, and \.r. S itoh was oqutlly effeotivo in Peter. rr. Seigrave played Old Tohias with great oirdct. Tie Countess and Chlirlotte, in the hands of 2listos louglas anl Morton, socolved full juotito. The ...
TO THE REV. JOHN DIXON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
" TO THE R1EV. JOHN DIXON. (Per faveorof the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate.) "i?v.. iND 'DEAn Sm,-Osi Sunday e?essing lot, TIpaid a visit to your chnreh at Wickham, and oWis muoh pleased and hiiglalyediliod, with your diocodira. 'Hiads' of fa~foilids vlid"lkhd tho pliasurs of listaning to 4 our very abls and comprohensive seriodn,u should lea fir ever gratofnl to you for your trno id ositipolend 'ron'irks on th .sins of this oity... You will pIardon me, rev. lii', if I disagria witliyou on. the firotsin-of fivo-which yduj enumorated. lirst, you isutitioned coimunercial dishonesty; seaand, gambbling. I think, on further coo sideration, you will agre6 with ma that the most lesottifingsin, and calculated to lio thi most injurious to the rising generation, is thitt bf gicubling. . anA !short time ago a gontleman friend of anuine:od if I weld'teomiesy him to a cortain huitalisn this city, myso;ig that I alijirfild ?seou a oighit tlint' hd himsolf, although: not 'a yonegr ...
The Illawarra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
The 1ltavarra RItilweaj, :the iierested clique of o ~lnd isharks who are • ?~oe i? th'?"Illani?'rra" Railway .ihemne, so as to fill. their ovwn already well.stulfed rockets, is to plaster thu dead walls in and around Sydney with largeaposters containing vile defamations of MIr: PARKES: who refuses to accept their bribes, or sell himself to them, and suppoat the swinidlo , they advocate. Tilefete Flncrds, wyhich are ttiree-shect p?sters, as large as the biggest theatrical bills, accuse Mr. PARKES Cf tramt:lking in theupulOile Iliads; and using his posi tion aas Mitister to sale.et coal secttons, his ul erior purpose heing to advocate a railw) from Melbourne to Jervis Bay, for his own personal 'benefit: A com patlioh, too, is drawn between the presc~t Premier atd tite ?r~nwlio per aistently refuses to come into accord with ttem on .this question. Tfiis' publi, defamation'of a great publio man onay be e:tcusable during a time of strong poli~cal':exditement:, or, for instance, duritig a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
Onution to Debtors. FIN AL NOTICEJ?. A lS agreatt nuober of ACCOUNTS ar STfLL MOIN E S to tho "MINFlN AIVOC ATE" up To oth t Dott Y Marh tost, JUo DEBOS 1t7o finaly CAUTIION'ED that, untless tho aontsoot of Itheir -oopoo~tivo Accoouto ore PAID to the Undtortioootd beorot Itho 10th of Jotot neot, they wiutlo boial placedt to tho tottott of ottr Sotloitors fot 'ollt~tion'. J. ,'0. SWE'ET.1, ToRo 1'ropriotoor "Ittinerb' Advoctot." - Syttocy, -10th Moay, ti7tt. lIND MI~NERS' ADVOCATE THIUI1SDA?Y, JUNE lsOr, 1870.
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. ONE of the Sydney papers informs us the Miss LEE, daughter of the celebrated American Secessionist, General L f, at one time Commander-in-chief of the Con lederato forces during the civil war,--has been visiting Sydney for the bene fit of her health. This announcement would under ordinary circumstances have been received with a wish that the trip to this colony milght have the desired effect, and have occasioned no further reniark. But what shall be said of her friends who knowing the delicate state of the health of this lady, permitted her to be taken to the bear garden of Macquarie-street, on Thursday last ? We are told that'the daughter of the bravest, most gentlemaly, though most misguided man in tle States, was introduced to the Assembly and lis tened for a time to the debate ! The length of time was not specified, but if I had had the honor of being reckoned amongst the friends of Miss LEu, I think that out of respect toherself, to her father, to the nation she b...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (ROMe OUR SYDNEY COLiRE.PONDEYT.) A raGoRuru in a ]Victorian paper pro poses to explain thonmanner in which the anilaubctreiid, and the proccess o? tearing Iff bits of the paper from good notes, and after pasting theim together by some remarkable means print them in a similar way to the genuine note. It may be so, but this description does not agree with that of the spurious notes which have been circulated about Laambton, and I fancy with no others but those inr Vic-. toria, .where the people are ahniost as remarkable for tall stories as the Aiseri THE police down here have been wearing their now helmets since the Queen's Birth day, aund most of them look about as com fortable in them as a dog 'with a tin can tied to his tail. Not one in a dozen is able to look a passer-by in the face, and what thi increase in the criminal statistics of thie present month will be in consequence no one khnows. Night, and the friendly soft pres sure of the cloth cap and leather chees...
WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
WFATHhR hIPORT'. " MAYr 31, 9 t.;.?--Por t Macqtid'r .-?9.S. 5' rm, lea smooth ; Gabo Isd d . fin Iea se' Jerris Day- W. fine heany aes Lie fine, bony sea; Kinnn a-V. floe, seat ienle.o1. WVollongong ..?eo re[oron Jiroken ilhty-Žs.W. line, a?: esnid5ljh'" ooth" Head-\. 1'fine, eea smooth; Port Stephen-No report; Uallinla W'. fine. heavy sea. , Melbourn--N.N W, fine. Adelaide-No report ___
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
NEW LAMOTON. RASPBERRY GULLY.-The 4oau WI S struekd in tlhor?Viratolh> Comnposy's shaft at tho above plauc ohi Wedoesdoky; but as a shaft has been sunk to~.tlio s:anss sens pre viously, there is nothing fresh to report. As soon as a snflicient. depth bus ,been sunk t"hrough the coal to allow standing room for water1 a commencoment will be mads to erect tsoh head gear ansd other preparntions made for opening oult the pit without delay.
THE RULES OF NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
THE IlULES 01 NAVI.ATION. Thl committee which was appointed in Jtnly, 1868, to consider tihe regulations toar.preoientiing colhsions at sea nine lately ssend tlneir'report. At the present time it is a doeosindot whi nib po-sesses a good deal of tnt reat. 'the eom nittee propose in the lirst piece, to snubtitute a. niew series of international ,ailiiig ond steering roles in place of thoeq issued tin 18lt. At tie caine time man 'of tue proposede'haneiale m hardly moie thaen mere verial oltelrations at' the existing code 'The moss imloerolat of the new reulatioens relate to leg spgnis and to sonnd signols to'denite a nrsela's rourse. 'the letter hove long been emplnved in the of waterif the United Stotes,' and thlst? : imony sit lie capaniuS of the greent .imerinen liners ss nely ee ls moan in -tiviour ot the tuttadlectip fin is iarger scale ol these sig. nls. Tii oule" as t tie log siginsi, froen beiet-merely generalrenruitioes to sound ea stemn wvistlote onia hoimn;'wil. if' ieopted ...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
* LAMhBTON. Trio Syours4..:- Messrs. Cairns, Gododn, arid larker, lhiviiig boon granted temporary licoosos to sell at llio sports so Soturday, hays commninced to erect their booths.. TanyTrlNG MArarl. - Tim trotting motels arranged .to taki' plaoeo on 'locodoy, *for £5, coam off. At oboist 4 o'clock Mr. J. Shoosmitli storied froms Mr. Gordon's Hotel, arid iechcled his deotioatiso, the Hitllobrough Hotel, Hillobirouh, in 21mroinutso 45 seeoids. The distisnbo ia aboout imiles,' seer avery roogh counstry Time time holickd agsimmo liiia seas 2$ minoutes Ire therefore woon by 1 mins. 15 seconds. Thins ts cnsidered wondeeful travelling, arid cipeciolly in slot woollier. JhAncs ChsoNO-.I'hs stordkeeirers have mutnially shooed is class their establish. moonts at 7 p~m on edecli ovcniing, exceptiog pay Friday arid both Saiurdayo tu each fort. night. Porchasero will, .therefore, be comn pelled to toy in a nppply duririg the .day. This is a vory snosibls. orraogemncut of the storekeepeors, ari...
TERRIBLE CALAMITY AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
TE tRIBLE CALIsMITY' AT SEA. ,Ther steamer Agrgento, lelorh nging to the Societe Tr inerips eon whoit left o the 1.srsus ssth, teinty pnsseohere:ailo a crew ut'thirty-ltor oelltr eanol into cotllimolo witl the l"pgiyreoemer lyltoss Castle, near cr ope Malee, no ele 4th ,priland sask aithhl 'fleO' oi' 'esi olhssiec ?ome of li e crew " s ,reI themselves by junspis.g, on to the Hylton.Camtle. .It, woo ibspoeaillo ;to lower t~he ha to, and everything wvest, to the boittni. 'l'ho Ilylton tsa~tlo socceested, ilove ewer, iii savissg severasl 1iersooas whso s(.hln to the frogi, eist o|lthe wvork.. ,\ltge~thep tino othicer' too engineers, live vailory, or I osiles t?]' our clslhdro'n, osisi twelv~oiher poniengero, ?ill 'Ge-veho, ieee sirowised. The .cept~ih sins1ohat,ll, thlir ty others were reasne.u.'"-he'llyllon Csaet|, wlli.ls asias housid for Ca, tsantiiiilile, re~arssed afiertlhse vollisiosn to thsa Pirnusa to 1usd ilhe-a,ijwrecked piissengefoasildisrewv. -,-,. .., , :.
ARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
LIAMENTARY (FROM T1E S 1EAI) GISLATIVE ASSEMIBLY. TUESDAY, bAY 30, 1876. Assembly, sloary of the Curator of the Musemn iidto tho trustees from the 23rd , 187 y authority of thoColouial roist l oth Augmst; 1875; thatio Ia neoris in foreign-going toeam hold certificates either from the No i or some Ba td ority a(nd thot the hod made arrangements for sages to this colony to gold fronl tile Palmer ivEr, but that no lad recoived such passages. prented a petition signed b i of Newcastle and neighbour ot tlhe Illanarm railway scheme. iwas receivced. u . ,go was received from tle Govornor i his Excellency's assent to the a pry Suply Bill. I IFLE TEAJ1 FO r PILADELenouI * I 1).SA D? mtoved--" That thin Si1, on Friday, 2th Juno, resolve o a Commnitteo of the Whole, to tile following resolutions:- -lst. tile opinion of this Holus, tile Now ales c hotiongt of theotea'm of riflo. esenting Australia at tilo rill con I flild in Ailerica should receive in defraying their expenses; and m not scccdin...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 June 1876
" VWAATAlTls rOLxOE CJOUwR.--Tfhrn wos o pres5 of bIuriness at the Cout oii ,eVdnesdoy, aod what is not very often hnohi, a full loioch to transaet it. They got through .a great deal of work in mo nst satidsfctbry manner, but the lonl1 profession were isot repres?nted, or things mnight hovo. ben 'different' People must do something for their money, if it iS nothing elso but taking up timoe JuVIINIIdIR oL?lEloS.-A.large unea" borof poroono woroospectators on ondavto e the P'ublio School ehildr'n being put therogh somo very clever drill "inanemvrce by Mr. 8ergehnt oarrns, wito. lu "li, through his in domt.itablo peroeoa?rnce, succbeded in briegist them to a vOer iigh stato of efficiency. Tun Waraoah .Tiumel .1oas lny worked one ludf-day to datei?,.oduaX day.