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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
MELBOURNE. ARlRIVALS. April 12. Emily, brig, frim .Mlauritins Tanmar, stemuer, !romn Launceston Barrabool, teanmer, from Sydney. DEL'AHTUItRS. April 12. Catlerino Jane, b..rque, for Newcastle Julia, schooner, for Western Ports . - Durham, steamer, for Loodon, The .hnrqia' Atatmnindm 480 ten , arrived, irom Waelithg ol yesterdcray onon;inl and was plnced longsiilo the Stooiton whnrt, where ler ballas i Will he dia·chnlged: prior to tnking, in a cargo of coal. . Thoe Ladyj Darling atealner, Coptnin Saul, from Melbourne, arrived yote:dav, oater a good run up., She is ling at pre?cnt ia thle lreamn, ind \ii1l Iced a umlrgo of coal fur Mielbourlwr lMesark J. Vcennin aud Co nre her agents -in thls port. -r"Tlid-itcitmer 3ticedon was 'undor No. 8 OC?nii yesterday. She will conmplet her cargo of coal to:day, ud sanil for Molthourno. 'SYhe filo ship W\Vrwiok, 11)25 topa, arriveod in .pbrtyeatoidav forenoon, olter'a ruiiu'p frbni, Wolll gtoa ot ten dil>S . Cnpthnii Jo n Orton I Tizard relm...
GARROTTING A SEAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
G.ARROTTINO A S S HAM AN.-Yesterday ,morning 'a seaman belonging to a" coasting vessel, now in' port, was garrotted and robbed at the rear of tie Victoria Hotel, Blane-street. 'The following brief particulars have been fur. nished us at theo -Police Oiicel-details, how. over, are Withheld. It appears that a cabman, and a young man who has only been in Newo castle a shorit time, aniid asea?t were drink ing. at the Prince of Wale s ol, Hunter street, and left there shortly ;l 12 o'aock, the cablnian driving his c'i j h tlhe th riding .iis it.' They stopp?!? he Vrctore Hotel, IBlanc-street, lod l d there for some time; then went to t.?v of t5e hotel to go to some other lhoRise.:..Q io seaman was garrotted, ?aiml his wat. iway from him; hie called loudly for' " his 1i.o f flinly assailants betook, the. s to their logs, and were soon out of as Thlo mins wie not seriously injured, agi formation was giveir to the police. Yest:O, y the cab mang, aged about 22 years, and the ther malln, abou...
The Whitechapel Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
The Whiteehalsel Tratgedy. A PRIVATE letter rcceived by the mail by a resilent in Wellington has the following passage, which is published in the New Zealandc Times:-" You know by this time all about Harry Wainwright and his brother Tom. The latter deserved hanging more than his brother. I have heard much about it from Rev. Mr. - , who took what confession Harry thought proper to nlake, and who is a personal friend of mine. From what he says, Torm was the actual murderer, and likewise the actual butcher. The poor creature was made dead drunk with champagne and brandy, and then Tom shot her, while Harry awaited the news in a public house, and she was then put into a box with chloride of line, and three days. after thqt they buried her. W1hen she was exhumed and cut up twelve months after, Tom was to have brought a box for the re mains, but failed to keep his promise, hence the employment of Stokes and the discovery of the murder." From further passages in the letter it would appear t...
English Congregational Church, Wallsend. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
English Congregational Church, Wallscnd. THE tea and public meeting in con nection with the opening services of this Church was held on Monday, and like the Suidday Services, was a great success. The weather, which had threatened rain for some time early in the day, set in very unfavonrable to wards 5 o'clock, and from the downpour of ruin that fell from that time to 6 o'clock, it was feared by many that the success of the tea and meeting would be interfered with. Not so, however, for despite the falling rain and the muddy streets, a large company assembled to tea, and the people appeared to enjoy themselves thoroughly. The provision, with the exception of the cake, which was furnished by Mr. G. Shoesmith, was provided by the ladies of thoe con gregation, and no effort was wanting on their part to make the occasion as pleasant as possible. After justice had been done to the good things, the chapel was densely crowded at the after meeting, the pro ceedings being varied by speeches fr...
Mons, P. Carme, the Champion Billiard Player. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
Iotlls, P. Carnle, the Clttaspion Billiard Player. (Front our Sydney Corresporlent.) SYD.NE.Y, Thursday. A RASE treat to the admirers of the game of billiards was afforded this after noon in the Masonic Hall, York-street, when the celebrated French billiard ahampion, N. Pierre Carme, gave his first exposition to a private audience of representatives of the Press and others, tihe admission being by invitation. About fifty gentlemen were present, among the number being several promi nent professional and amateur billiard players from Melbourne and Sydney. The introductions to M. Carme were conducted by Mr. Jules Joubert, Your readers have doubtless heard of the per-. formanees of this remarkable man, N. Carme. He has played before audiences in many of the principal cities inl the world, and has lately been astonishing the natives of Melbourne by his wonder ful prowess with the cue. In New York he played in two nights before four thousand people, and is the delight of everyone who can ...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
SHIPPING. PORT. OF NEWOASTLE. ARRIV A LS. APRIL 13. Neptun , bri,. 298, Yule, from Wellington 1st / inst. Captai, agent. Invererlu. ship, 741, 7 arn4n, from Lyttel ton. 31ist ult P'oaseegera-19 in the steeonage. Mingle, White, and Co., agents, l Apri l er14. , f Commonwealth, hrip , Cooder, from Welli.,,tonl. liule; W'hite, and CO., agents: Austr'linl, blrquel, 4S0, Oliver, from .Wel lingtoi. OCptnino Williams, agenot. i:dally Darling (ss,), Saul, from Melbournie. 3. Vounmitnn. aseot SConflict, ship, 1171, Hardy, from Lyttleton, p8th ult. - Joyce Phillips, bnrque; 514, Kirby, from New" Calilouha;.aCltlain,ageit P arier, barque, 231, Ailer?.., ,from Lyttle ton,. Callp!o, ngent Macedon (s.r.), 530, Clark, froni Melbotrne, via Sydney. . 11. Smith agent CoArTIrlSE. S April 13. Mlorpola (a.., ivmhl (s,o), Plhtp iys (s.s.) Chana \s a.), W ratah (a), Saxolia (s.), f'roa Sydney. p • K April83 l.n.r .. K.,hla \ l, s,), Coonlorbra' (s.r),. Dun.ra fiel1(s.) ,Miy.i WVadly_ and ludustry, ?trom S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
S SHIPPING. ?B i1TISH SHIP" Warwick.' Caspltain John Tizard will not -' be responsible for debts contracted by any of his crew, while in this port without his written authortlly. BINGLE, WHITE & CO., 254 Agents. S HIP "'OO MON WEALTH." CAPTAIN JOHN E COOPER will not be osponsiblofor a::v debts contracted by any of his crew while in thia port, without his ivritten aultho ity. S INGLE, WHITE, & CO, Agents. STEAM . EXCURSIONS TO SYDNEY. t EASTER 1IOIIDA)YS! EASTER HOLIDAYS!! RETROPOLITAN EXHIBITION.. RANDWICK RtAOES. )t Single Fare for Double Journey. From 18th April to 1st May (inclusive), available by either the A. S. N. Co.'s, or H. R. N. S. N. Co.'s. Boats. The A. S. N. Co., in order to meet the T eiches of the Travelling Public, have doeter-.. h Rin EDUCE THE FARES,' IE o and from Sydney, as usual on Holiday 0 onsions, affording every opportunity of visit ng the Metropolis, viz:- - ati he COCWANBARA, Captain Adams, leaves 1i) Newcastle, for Sydney SBTU1)DAY NIGHT, ...
DEPARTURES. APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
DEIPARTURKLS. - ...ArsIL 13. . ..- - Sbitleron Crcm, barque, for Hoburt ToTn. II. 1). Ilrookin.i', Ameoricn ' barque, for ?Fi"glre .. A. ri 14. . Ni hul, hrigi for Melbourr.e . Fion (s. ); for i:lelbourneo . ' '' '"' CdAoSrwIoB. S' ... April 13. Platypus (a.s.)i for Oilelco 4 iver; Colleoe Bawn, Alice Jono, ood MOry A;;; COhriliUi b for Northern porte; KIemble (so.), Aler Iteorl, I.'aomanii (8.), Hube aid Midtllld (.0), flor Sydney. ' ',.April 14. . " Morpeth (o.s.) Kebl;lh (.s.a), Lady 3o"o"1, Hcnthler Bell. ond Colluroy (C.s.) for S.vldnS
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
.. WA NTEDS. lie i, to inako tiooetV tf crolly ustl hIoIibo' - cwm.eod" nitli shi~pp g,' ?7AN I'lED, d ot'r\titt1 BlOY; to nmakeo tim. Y t' ° setlfr ; ttendly oxet;1' Aijdv to ,na lt. rtiLi. 258 " ootblon. rV ANlu a) ,TWO 'L1RNOVt'It to tie Jiltd PIINFIN t11U4l1iNt4S; Apply. to tto Offico et tl le 'ttjqor. W ANTF[ D, a ,iO nod LAU. 1tDtttSS. G00( WO'O0' gimnot to a'n-compotent pOrsonO. Appl S lrs I1. JOHHeoON, Conmner ci l Htotel i oullstnald, 225 'ni lTED,, a GWNERAL SICRVANT. -Good'wagesglool. ApplyiIJs STRINo M\inoii. 108 UTANTED.-A Stroig AoiveLod, about 1a V or 10 vora of ngc.. Ono .laving some .koowlcgo'of tho Grocory trodeirdiroed. Ap ply to D. G, WVILTLIAMS, 237 7in titorolswr, 23731 instreet, alsooos ]74 AN4TED, AT 0flhIrA, an AGENI' fo. T tlsohe iwsl tle 'lAforoing Hlrald aod Mllsioe' Aclsooate, who will oee to tho prompt 'delivery of.tbls isper overy mnoning, sot-as corrvssposdoot, A o, &. 'Apply ot onco to SJ. M. Sswl ET, 7 ANTED, for VARA't'ATU, an AGENT, to lel...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. THEREE seems to be a fUeafil pssibility of that inmoribund collection of effete red tapoe iul respectability, formeroly known as the Council of Educatioil, being patched up again. It is said that the Lon. G. W. Alle. has been ofltered one of the vacant seats, and'that it is' more than likely he will accept it. One would tlhink he had enough to do to regulate the language and behaviour of the seventy-two adult "l ar rikins "in the Assembly, withoui inter fering with the pri.hnary ilistrction of the forty thousaamd juvenileanrbs of the colony. It' niy, however, have been argued that if the honorable gentleman can stand night after night, the .upgrauminltical inter clhanges of blacklifuardisui "that s ldute his .ars in llacquarie-streethe 'cnsatiaid imiy tlhing, even thb' roar of public wrath against the resuscitation of'thie Counil of Edu cation. Perhaps, .if they -were -asked, .those highly respectable amu venerable types of the good old times, known as cog .and Btagog,...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
'. dliners' Advocate.) r -n yir issue of tihe 7tlihinstnnt a l a rqVot,~lr; from Thos. Paul; commenting lupm .o'!rninig of coal in this port, andl 0a I o~ ii concerned, I crave a sminall onluablo journal to say'a few ktnes, setonly. in ireply to Mi. , ill contradiction of a rumonr 0wh1 chI ~o cir!dlated by intoroeted cgigrd to tle remarits of Mir. u e lay whicli had occirrod in. ctri m tle 'brig Mfdora, which ho ?" '' loaded and trimmed at tlio Si' 1 " Piliedion of thel present . c nouiccl roeady for soa, was t iotlter w'aggonl of coals on o thb 1orsoshoe unitfl ilio e!' e. ": I haveo.l.hul ce at the orancnosi this flt c first tioe tinat I over aid' ieenytliig .to do with . i l 'h1 icli hoanld bb takeiton tel phl tlibo w vcsiel. lavs ranly r lw11i,' 'at that 'tio'dtt y. uot laatioi~.in qanttt' Ilo a thieAln'sa0 iboar"c snd o thltait it Tis a 808 - »t quanahtity n ra &lt;.l-.rT hatolrs epmcly t the, SJ - 31f agent, hhid thiihbi lid?y? t le d no, qlli and.r t olon o in -ialhit...
ANVIL CREEK & GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
ANVIL CREEK & GIIETA. (Fromn our own, Correspondent.) o6TrwTnSsTAND:NO the bellicose appear ance which things assumed here la t week, nothing of a very exciting nature has occurred since; the belligerent par ties remain pretty much in statu quo. On Friday last, April 8th, the com mander of the capitalistic forces, endea voured to execute a manoeuvro, but from the vigilance of his opponents, he was thoroughly checkmated. By making certain statements he managed to obtain reinforcements, and at once commenced a ne[ý.althou hb :reo could diano
THE TURF. NORTHERN J. C. MAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
/ THE TUqrF. NORTHERN J. 0. MAY 7MEETING. WE desire to draw attention of horseo owners and the sporting public generally to the programme of the Northern Jockey Club;for their May meeting. The bill of fiire is, indeed, a most liberal and temupting one, and as the entrance fees are moderate, we fully expect to see horsey men freely avail themselves of the opportunity to try and land some of the good things at the coming meeting. The ball will open with a Maiden P to of £5 sovs each, with £75 added, uo followed by the Two-year old oes f 5 soes., with £60 added .oney, ithe entrances for which have • lready closed with twenty entrances, and the public may confidently look forward to witness a treat in this race alone, as some of the greatest youngsters in the land have determined to have a throw in, and are sure to sport silk for the occasion. Then comes the great event of the meet, viz , the N. J. C. Cup. a sweep of £10 sovs. each, with £200 added, an item much coveted by sporting men,...
CRICKET. LAMBTON C. C. V. MINMI C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
CRICKET:'.:: LAmIBTON 0.. C.. V. r it . .c. - A MuATCo was played on the 8th inst.;,at Hof - ham, between the al:ovo Olubis: T?e day was all that could be ceipected-nion (and cool Lambton winninn i the toss, sent"Mi?ini to the wickets. The fo?llowing is the scoreq:- nIuwc-. G. :Bnfluel, e Hibbet, b Hibbtc ........................ 25 J. 'oung, Fil ................................ ........ O T. O'Donahl, b ??inTotl r.ottom ......................... . 7. . Nix, c anksb bb ........................ 18 P. Iengnn, c Ilepkins, b IIibbet....................... " T. Brolwn, e Vintcrttl m,t bWnterbottom....... 2 WV. Power, c Jureu, b Winterbottom ................ 0 M. oluuntl', WVintcrbottomt, b Hibbot .;........ ;3 J. Funell, 11,ili b Iibbor ....;...;.....;........;. 0 J. YWut, b/interbottm" ........... '.................... D. ialey, not out ............ ............................ 1 ,undries ............... . ... .. o, Total ..................................... .. . . . 5 LAMI? TON. .. ."...
Government Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
Government Gazette Notices. TENDERS CALLED for supply of 'a minii' upper tumble shaft for the dredge" "New castle. " INx INSOLVENOY. -- Estate of , Bornird Hoydon, storekeeper, Neowoýstle' First meeting to be held at Sydney, on Frdiy, 21st instant. ,4Sýoan.meetingifat Newcas- tie, on Wednesday, 3rd May noxt. .Est;te of Samuel Blanch, miner, Minmi. First and only nMeeting of !,creditors' oi Wednesday, slet May next, at CouetHouse, Newcastle.
Melbourne Customs. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
Melbourne Customs. Tinit commercial 'world of .Melbournp has- certainly liad.- something more than usannlly sensational, to vary the current of its Overy-dit lthoughlts. The' di ,raceful scene ~fsft Week between the irm of Messrs. Stevenison and Sons and thloCustoum-housoofficials at.thoe business premises of the former in Little Flin lers street, is ýadly, indicative of want of dignity on:thlo part of the.Government, and of rospectoto the-constituted auitho rities, on 'the -part of the firm. The Governmenthaving received ifformatidn that certain dutiable goods were on the promises, which-had not passed through the Customs, placed tli'6 Cstoms officers in possession of i1hestoroC. The officers were in. their turn ejected partly by force and partly by persuasion by the employes of the firm, who then pro ceeded to place the premises in a state of siege. Tlhe Collector'of Cstonims, a Mr?.r. "'ll; 8. 'Gu?rsns, who seems to have acted throughout with far more z&a! tihn'diserotion...