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NAUTICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
NAUTICAl NOiES. The following salutary caution has beenissued by the Marine Department of the Board of Trade, with the view of holding in chock the reprellensible and dangerous practico of cargo pilforiog on board ships at sea:-"By the 243rd section of the lMerchant Shipping Act, 1584, any seaman found guilty of embezzling or wilfully daroaging any of the stores or cargo of his ship is liable to forfeit out of Ilis wages a sum equal in amount to the loss thereby sus tained ; and, also, at the discretion of the Court to imprisooment for any period not oxceeding twelve weeks, with or witlhiot hard labor The Board is also advised that all persons whoso ever, whether among the passengers or crew, who ure found guilty of the oflonce of plunder ing cargo, are liable under the Laroeny Act of 1861 to penal servitudo for three years, or im prisonment, with or without hard labour, for a t.rm not exceeding two years, and with or without solitary confliucmout."-Otago Daily Ti vies
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
LAMHIlitOhf j TUE 'STaercKIea-;a 0ABEcc-It appgn that the etickinglnp cane aepoatedifs an y . day's i?soe, 'Wias founa;id ot'tob'benotlilncg iri.na than a ncase f fright::. It appoa'ia. thlatdn ?ny. in the employ of Mr. A. Jnklins, undeitr.,, Lambton, was?'riding between :ho Dark iorsonago and the creek' near Teamond lt~ aioiut'elvei' 'ilock oil Tuesday' night;l man named W.,Hughes was tiavOlling oý bush triack, wchich runis parialll with the r lugghsCo was carrying' a pair.of qonite., was amnifig himself' by'o'stridiig itlidicn'' gother every now' aiid: a'gardi'as hoe wal along. At a coertain place the road nald'? form a junction, Hughes and the boy'b mnt at 'the 'same"ntime, a?ld then the qudi went together with, aring, which. frighten :1the boy: 'ho commenced screulniig. 1 tunced h un?ins lioise'ocdýiidgallopnd blok tile liill-seerocming:.thl e wholoe pf the ti The Ildv. J. S. Wood andl a number of the cople who reside near, mado their Sway as quickly as possible to tho spot, and...
Coal Return. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
S coaI Return. ThE following is the output of coal foi the week oding Thurlmday, lAprl138 : Shipmenot.9 'ydney "-... 80:..... 116818 45....:.0-:811201 -41 510 Molbolun i 182 2.6..... 1.1 20197 Hongkong. ." . .. 458 - .1 Sihaolghai ........... 47'2 ...... .... . .. 472 N. : 48 . 14 ......... 1010 Lyte il .. ............ ...... ............ 4061 40 flinrua.. . .060 luisibned.n "" "" "..]... .... ... . .1 . .10 Dunedin ancR "".... "180 8 281' W'ellington ..... ............ . . Tonumauta .270." ".. -27 richmond. .. . '29 .... ". " . ..::....` ... 9 tS. oo .....i ,o ... 1291 ... ... . .. 1....2. 021 SJa a.. 796" !.. Otosocro 2"8.' 1280 "11110 .8a 0 eom p co - 0 ...... . 1 ,, ,I. t. gumptionC8?1"31"8?1 . 1i I'" I.u,
WALLSE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
Tint WI Ti't n.- tý dd ai Ios fallon lone darilngign : r·*, tluodo tlho Ie hebgo'' :nhiegtdy woi h imorrove ont. · Auc'roliort S tcr.t ie rnn charge for nuctiotlJcrS' lice . which soveral of our tow i tr. -Thomas Ahiwichi, It 'a renew hio license this we I. us00l iamount to-the Iresi ooirprise, hO received n lctt ooiotooot wnas nl' £1 10+.. a l whaot way the deportltlelt of the lOs. Verily ttownoYso G neat oro post finding oot., largo isneubor of llops l ne r Pst places which hlave hen lgo ,'i : lon tilne, I oblervn tlhat mylllll. ' 11V. of theo Walleul nColderal veldlliUn it?er sively on tlheir old plicee tlh y n bo snid to hlavo nccomoplihed th I of t g an. old hlouso inti a lne onj I r ' to stato that for maony rnuetio ll"- 5.n dof ( tilia colliery aInve 11l0 pllelly '. u1liei lhnlts owing *to the1 silsk" trwk :Io uops lanny. I have 0om1 coro :'0 &lt;,h ovhltl like to clear out h55l .mn5iu .t : 10,1o the, Pahner; or some other pilacd;, .forue sits ready to li'op hor gold ...
COMMERCIAL. Herald and Advocate Office. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
COMMERCIAL. Herktd an i ilt Acate O.tice. T1urrsday eveniug.: 1'otwithstanding the general breaking up of he drought, we haveo not much lhago yet to. reoird in commercial matters. Business has since the beginniug of the week, not been very Iristl'and noa iportont oiles are reported, 'There his;,'however, been eonsiderab'u enquiry, par tecularly as regards hreaJstuT ; and `Ade. tlido eadvleb inform us thait lthe onttnued demand for tii latter indaees holder~ to he firm, and the 'market h-s advanced to 4so. 9d per bushele. W'o quote flour ait £19 to £1$ 10s; maize per huelld, 3s 6i1 to as 9 ;i hay; lucerne, wheaten, mad oeittie; per ton, £8 to £9: potatoes, per cwt. 80 to I9s ;.oions, ditto; 10s to ts2: tobacco in leaf, per lb., Gd to 8d; ?neon, ditto. 7d to 3d cheueo, ditto, td to7d huttor, ditto; fresh, is 9d to 2,o' saflt ditto;i s to ls ltd ;eggs, per dozeo,-li id to Is Gd ;'fols, per.couplu, 3 Gd to 4s.: " to iuhpting in pIort has during the past Irceek beoell eosidoltet abl liy ...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
-. WARATA. ' .^.,. SACOIDENT.-AJlU. naoident of a very Spiclfliar'niitnro hliippoiid to .: girl, 13 years, dauighlter of Mi'. \7. Davi'Beof Ueobgrutbwn, on Tl'luredny morning. It nppelrs tlhlt the oof of the hlo ie, which is comipoedCl:f-bar:k, vras ieikinl, anmd thO girl vweut on th hlif.itofl rcpair it, when, the bark being rottei;:hoer: foot slipped throigli, muid ri neil in one ~f the rafters ran intohor log below thel knec, ind iade. 'g'aghlifor a considernble distaoice htp hler tlih. ;Tho poor girl lot na largd amount of iloodl, nd l sffoild grinet paln. IIcor fatlier *went to Lambto6n miid brouglht Dr. Hill, whlip.dessed thel wound. - - - S'u iit l'T're.--Tlhei Trin:l linas,·vworked ovry l dy this week, with the e(coption "of Good Fnday ._._ ... - "
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
Tl )IPr.- Tito CoD'.ry Iias ouly w rAed file aid it halt diy ' :;, weakc. Suf ?\Ltzta IROAD. -.r. "ti La rain ecvinit uniponah7la tai ihii .it the niiain a ". , n"i thfoirmnationi t tao sofl; tid-the sltsl Ctltliu i coveredrod with . otlaor1 I' road'. thIaratara useless unitiol poalleal aod lain II it will bo doio, ioon, !n'iutll °on thie hllastei hlare spout aoll t i* umoUoy vistel itihdj thir (l~aiioveruu t are varll slow in giouting iiny morec. ý ..
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
MINMII. ziNvEs' M' EETIGo.L-T'lo usual monthly ieeting was hold on April 11, Sir. J. Ash blun in tio cllnir-'Tlie provioa iniilltnso wore conflrmod.and thle following balanc-slhcot : -Income for thle quarter, £15 s. 2(1d. ; expelnituro, £12 Gs. 10; in uBank, £4?t?S. id, -It nas then roesolved that this Lodge sup. iport tho Greta Inlon; tho forty-ol:e unmuos than nm' on the roU,-A deputation wnaited on Mo. Drown with reforoeco to the blacklsmith and pilk rack, and he promised to speak to theo lackltsmitlh, and have a pick rack orected (as :suon naio hlad the neow shop built.-Tle fol lwimng mnotions wore then carried-"That this :L)oflb(d ~lt a ballot box."-" Tlatrulo 18 of ne.l? rul.'s bo strictly ndhered to."-" That Ior delegatol) take theo byo-laws. to thli next .Iliga'to( meotiug," and " That Mr. C. WV. Man :.,1 !onrds for .is woeights."-T-e meettng I, IL''oeV. - iluotc zMEoETaI ON THE CErsOTTEt ra.rloo.-iThlis matter had been spoken of u:al tvwelve months ago, and a Committee 'sas...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER II (CONTINUED). THE CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 April 1876
THE " IAUNTED HOUSE, oR HE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. r Mns. 3. H. RIDDELL, AUTHOn or A LIFL'S Assmas, aonos GrITn, &c. CHAPTER II (CONTINUED). THE CORONEt'S INQUEST. MRS. ELMSDALE was a beauty, and a martyr; Mr. Elmsdale a rough beast, &nbsp; ge: r had no capacity of ever dovoloping ,a prince. Miss Blake was a model et ,isterly affection, and if ecceontrio in I'.r manner, and bewildering in the -agaries of her accent, well, most Irish eople, the highest in rank not excepted vero the same. SConsidering the nature of Mr. Elms iale's profession, Miss Blake had pos libly somne reason to complain of the extremely unprofitable manner in which ole cut up. He was described as a Idirty money-lender-" Heaven only knows how he drifted jn0to his occupation; few men, I imagine, elect such a trade, though it is one hicl seems to exercise an enormous ascination to those who adopt it. Tho only son of a very small builder ho managed to leave a few hundred ounds behind him for the benefit...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
To tihe Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald . and f inters' Advocate. IDEAn Smn,-- nowing that you columns are oror open for the publicity of puoblie grieo.anoos, I feel sare that you will find space for this one also. Some time ago the slaughter-house question was broughl before theoBorough Council, and if nmemory serve me right, Mr. Yodng, the proprietor of the slauglhtering preomises, asked tiuno to. enable, him' to seek another site, whliereon to erect now premises. Maisy months have elapsed sinoo this, and surely he (Mr. Young) has had ample time to pro. cure otCIt a site, yet " feverbroeeding" nuisance remain. " I nsaw, Sir, in'the report of the last Council meeting that a motion had been carried for an crossing over the Wallsend Co.'s line, at tlhe foot of George.street, an evidence tlhat tley lhave not entirely forgotten Brookstown after all. But I hope, Sir, they will not stop theore, but go a little further, and cause tie slaughter-hlouse to be remnoved. I hope that "th...
To the Editor of Newcastle Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
To the 'Editor of Newcastle' Morning Herald. 'Sin.--Obsherving a notice in your paper culling for teondeis'for the eroctiohnof a pa-k fence round the cdeo of the Cliff's, above Watt-street, I would be glad to know at whose recommendatiou such a description offelco hiars been adopt d. It would appear to me, Mr. Editor, that before deciding upon a public work of this description, the Mun nici?al authorities shoull have teen coinmuni. cated with, and an expre ,ion of opinion obtained as to the most eligible and ornamental style of fence to he erected. My impression is that ths fenoo would have been more suitable if it had not been a close one, but a batten fcnce with say four inches botwdee each, so as to give give visitora under five teet an opportunity of a. view, and a sniff of the briney. tlut with a fence as at present contemplated, children will. have no chance of seeing anything of the water, and the appearance will'not add to the beauty of the clifub. . * •I nam, Sir, yours, tr...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
CORtRESPONDENCE., ILe'it-.b diotaie?uy u'ndrmtod that ?a-do not identify ourselvweaith thu opiuions uxpreuel by our onreponudeuts. All umnmuuleutiouu ultut uvo tUe hu-mes aud uadtlrdsus of thu Wtiteru -? attaehedt not nee?..anrlly for publication, but ash ;tuarateclgo-o t aith. We ,dou't believe.in ·--·sern etter.en- tuonpipearinus i ooth puperanlso, I'.eoetnleo. n?mu~icntions rr not be re trned.] . .
CRICKET. SYDNEY ALBERTS v. MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
CRICKET. 81:)s N lT Y B Tv. MAITLAND. The crieket match,.inl?lhicll the Maitland Club'lhad to meet the premier club of the metropolis, whilch hasl excited considerable interest among thoindihi?ersa of thle manly game, cqmnieiifdd 'inm Saturdiy, oi the Albion GCround, Welt Litl~and, nndcer unfavourable cirounntanceba,hs regaldd the weatlher. The ground was .exceedingly.wet from tlhe previoun day. '' At 11?10 ain. play commencced, the weather at the time looking very bad, play hlad but lIsted an hour wheni the rain came! down heavily, and it was seen to boehopelcss to eoditime 'tho:e ;jlay; it wao therefore abancdonedl for the day. As frr as the matchI owent th" Allberts' ~ero uanseccessful, some of thelir'h est ,being ,men out for small scoreon? -loi?i den wasoliawling spleodidly for the ,Muithit d, arid if he sltows the same form to;diy the Maichlod- oclub-wnllcome off vi, torions. Bolow i thel score till thle rain pro yentbut 'urtlier play:.i--':; - " THn A aEucTs.-FuBcT I INNMEB. ...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
.SHIPPINO IN POT. Suirs. IBdfordshire. 1155. Warren, . RB. Wallace egent, Ballast jetty, to load Walloend 1relshet, French shil, 70, Guligon. 0 F?. c Co, egnuts; No, 4 crane ; loading Coraoa, 11O, Strachan. I. B. Wallace, agelnt. treamn Commonwedalth, 1345, Oooaer. Bingle, White, and Co, agents; to load Wallsend, for Sanl Francisco Coflict? 1871, Hardy ;in strieam Ellen Goudey, 914, Perry. IRB. Wallace, agent; toload Wallsond : Invererne, 744, Foreman. Bingle, White, ond Co.angrtas ". -' Olive, 041, Davis. Bingle, White, and Co,, ,gents : ballast jetty S-ibbury, 1093. ase.Co R.B.Wallaceagent; Otrea-it Sir Laneelot, 886. Hepburn. J.-and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to load Duoken field :. Warwick, 10153, Tiganrl.. Bingle, White, and Co., agents ; at jetty, to load Duakeafiold coal for China " .n ?A'tes, 241, Smidt. Stranm, to loead for " "_ 58, 1Burns. Bingle, White, and Co., , all ; balhnstjetty ; to load Anvil Creek, for Sol 1:mraneico Augltralind. 480, Captain Williams, agent;...
GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
GRAND CONCERT. A grand Concert was liheld in the evetii'gby tlihe Wallsend Choral Union, uider.thoe loeadership. of Mr. D. LI. Thomas, and nltlhouglh the evenng? was wot an.l ulfavotrable, the" hall "was crowded. The.choir was present in all its force, and the rcptionii cc6rded therm may be taken as evidence of their. gresat poplarity .with. our. townsfolk. Mr1. James Fletchel r ?'as~, announced to preside, but in the nbsence of tlhat gen tlemanu Mr. Il Yonll was voted to the chlir. The Chairmnan' phid a woll-. deserved tilbute to Welshmen of Walls end for tho imaener in whichl they hnd enrried .oat the arrangeiments of the Eisteddvod, and h? expressed a hope that the success which had attended it would stimnulaoe the English to c6-oper ate with them on a future occasion. The programme wa~s divided between the choir as a body, and several of the ladies and gentlemen comprising it, and the performance of all parties concerned elicited loud applause. The programme wase opened by the c...
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
2 (BB ecrr ELLGTUD~FBdlPhl.) SYDNB;.Y IR1uW)JIzrbour Mr. Da:tton's steam i :g Clidhngl e 'tarted ftr Sydiev from iets plrt int itilh.y mornitia hIst, and after a gonU ran dowin, lft Sydlty at G a.m on Sittriidlty. it, lI II rtu?lrn reatlitig. Noblby's at 2 ptnm oin the aamti, day, lavinfg iti tow theo bartle Agles, 315 tous, Captliti SchmidIt, front Sdlits. 'ihereu was a hlenvy eea breaking over the tlr, anld a strong S, wind blowig ilt the htime, and illt-ntraiin, the bar the to.-lope was severely jerkrd anll ntot havin, eei pr.perly fastelnled on bnoard the barque, it lipelrd out o1 th, bits. tailnd the Challenge went on somte istntce, ceaving the batrque oil tile bar, thle heavy ?a ntld snrollg wil caInsedl hiar to trift towardsi the Oyster Ilitlk ; but the Chal ltuge, Ilotwithstllanling thle bnal weatheor, cao qnihckly turluel aillld nlado failst ligai to the barqute before shte twao in tliny netnal datiger.
Grand Eisted[?]vod at Wall[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
Craial Eistedlved at WallsEI T'I az tir, a ~ steddvod hohl i fltls-a end w::o.c pened on Good Prid il Iuiarri' iooms. Considerable pr?ic tino :ad been mrnad by our i!s Ri?,uda .to make this Eisteddta sacOesi3 , and, although the resn as not commonsuorate with the effo forth, the promoters have no f to complain, as, on the :whole, suchl as to asgnr well for futui' s . T'wo causs operafted to detract fr' success whieh ought to have artel and both of these .were iich ans th, mittbe: had' n :cqgtrol :ovefd. there wais hoe abseniie of o ompetiti f the priies offeredl toisunch afs exte i many of the subjects, to which eic prizes Wore attachled, were not carni for, while in others theie was oiui ' competitor.. Irideod, nonid ?compt rs appeared to be tia rule; iv'ich cert 1 does not refict, indeh ciredit on he distridt, .ai. the repiceaenitatvc sf nationalities othei" tlin ~"We li a, tie :faci?c bcaig:: that. the ;. corn tors in al~gst.evory easew;:\lacpit Welphmn o~ the ~lchi'dron of?Wolih...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
?Noltic' to Coulltlitilents. i",i24th tl ilffonn oor ?'l, In Waldlahn80 LEf llbtftl| ,.lt other phccc h tllite eilla?tlt, lrg tho oeateneile rclo'iele of otr le'1ltien Ofthco thePUBLISII NGW] A' YONE IN ?ALLS OND, AS UIUAL, and oer N1M. 'I'UIlOR w\ill recvh' ordeer for ADVL'EWTISI.NMNNTS and.JOfl ?I1?NTING, ep to I.m pa. d5ly l t t Mr. UIrBtt tEI Temporary 0ffce willbo Mt. lr.' ALNW£IC.'WS, N?lon-atreet, eot tthe Northumber lndo MIotel, wlhere a1 Advcrtio'eents,. Orderesfor Jet lrtntijn, &e,, miny te loft; IeIed COplr of-the even" obtined.. te'Job Lriothng of every drescription will be 'oecutel wIth geretter disehetce thee eitterto. SJ. M. tWVEET, reoptietor, * .r? AD.?y Q . MINERS' ADYVOOATEi M[ONDAY, A1'tIL l7vn, 1876.