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Wallsend Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
•llscOind Borough Council. k.suil meeting of this Council was on Thursdac y evening. Preseont : Mayor, Aldermen Abel, Barnes, Harris, Fryar, Gardner; .and irdson. The minmtes of lastumeeting read and leputirnmed. COIRRESPONDECENCE. ral out-going letters fi'om tihe were read. Letter from the Id Coal Company in reference to ay crossiug at Brookstown, in '\ the Council that the crossing be made on condition that the 1 paid tlhe salary of a gateokeeper, eptile t responmsibility of all ace that might occur. Referred to the ement. Conummitteo.. Di tiiK CIREEK BRIIDGE. . Mayor stated that he had written Secretary foi Lands in reference to roaches to Dark Creek Bridge, but t received iit lnswer. FIrNCE COMM1HITTEE. layor stated that one of the neim Sthis cosnnittee was absent, and ;ould he advisable to elect two or tomber:s thieto. io motion of Alderman. ichard onded by Alderman Harris, Alder .ss and Garder wVere elected. SUtVeYOsts ItEPORT. rveyor's report on the ptogress it tithe imunicip...
Disturbance at Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
SDslturbince at SaIorl. A .TELnORAnrgives the particulars (so far as:they'have been rcceived by eoble Irom New Zealand),of a disturbance at Samoa, and of a serious 'nffray btweoon a party, of man-of-war seainen, under tho command o? Captnin SKEVnss, of H.M,8, Bairraoouta, and a nuiuber of hostile natives, whichl resulted ie"oleveu seamen being.wounded and one killed. It is a serious matter at any time for white men to come into conflict with the natives of the South Sea Islands; it issmore serious for tho eaptain.of.oa British man-of-war to do so. Feelings of distrust aud revenge are aroused among the natives, and treachery and murder lie in wait:continuually for:mnhy years afterwards Samon thoe principal island in thoe>'iavigators' Group; lhas for a long tiio past teen one'of the most peaceable and friendly towards British subjects;' but it appears tiat disaffcotion,.exiots among most, of, the abiefs, and a great meeting was ap pointed to consider whether tho King should'continu...
SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
SATnuituAY, A tI-L 15TU, 1870. (Before Mr. Haunell, J.P.) . LDN?iENNESS. . Nine inebriates wero dealt: with. , U is'roV a nUB roL p .o.IcE. ' Williadit Edwards, for resisting" Con stable Swieeny in tile execution of: his duty, wais oidored to pay a fine of 20dl.' or be imprisondil for even days.. " As '. ASU T-'A D ROBBERY. R. * -Patiick Miagire, aged 23, seamani , ind Jolm Long, aged 17, .cabman, were chargeod with assaulting, and robbing Huidson Earnfied,z it Newcaatleo,.on'the 14th instant. - " r MrV. W. Bafeor appleared for the prisoner Long. Senior-sergeant Conway deposed : Be ~tween 2 and 3 o'clock yesterday morning I was informed that a nman hnd been as saulted and robbed at the roar of the Vic toria Hotel, Blmno-streot, .kept by J. Brown ; I, in company with Constable oglllan and Huldson Earnfred, the per. son who was robbed, went to look for the party that robbed him ; fromn further in formation received I went to MIinchin's boardimig-house, in Scott-street; after sosme del...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
CAVE ADULT.IAM. ON of.thii Sydney papers favour s wi h a romantic account of an orphan nearu Botany, left heiress to a large estate, the proceeds. of which are being deoverly mnanipulated by the hands of .the usunal lhard-hearted melo-dramatic 'lawyer who has the orthodox ugly son-in-law readyyto: mate with the orphal heiress whein "ho comues of ago.' Her sole gluardilln is a lady who is evidently not in aneoid with tho avariciouslawyor, and therefore snoro likely to symnpathiso with au ingenuous suitor for the hand of tiohe oppressed damsel. We cooiunend this little episode of romance in real life to the attui'tion of'oosfriu i -of the disoengaged imieiunious IDoj' Giovani's who ?promeurislo 'Umster-tr'oet.. aitd the "Ill, a?: ?ojl tiuity seldoinbccu'ring. MIEsysosEUMtho girstters so0n alroldly to have c6nuieonced tliheir cowdly operations in Newcastle fdc tlihe'inter season. Toio of the fraternity have been trying thltlir hinpds on,but it is pleasant to record, with but indifflere...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THU[?]DAY, APRIL 13TH, 1876. (Before M[?] Hannell and Shaw, J.P's.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
tWCAt 1OLICE COURT. STU?fuD, ArIri 13Tr, 1876. oforo ilst Hannoll and Shaw, J.P's.) . JiLUNKENNKESS. Three dli ?ards were disposed of. , INDINOENCYN David Itl erson, for the alove offence, iehiitte i ]Efiunter-streot on; the 12th istanlt, wis ederdd" to beo imprisoned in hIe lck-p r seven days. . / i riIIiATR . - TIr a cos ?f thlreats, Hobbs v.1Hobbs, p :sorer .a discharged, there being no 1)eoinina proscecutrix. _i *lDIp5rIlDltY. CONDUOT. lavi~ burn appleare to answer a diprderly conduct on board'tle lrorick Ilassil, on tho. 13tl inst. He ws arged, thlirp being no appeoar ance of :oicutor, • .' , ' , .WAais. Willia alussell appeared to answer a heirgo :&lt;fusing to paiy Robert Craw ford tl' of £8, due for wages. ' lson appeared ~tr defendant. lc awford doposed: I enterod tho of defcmdant about eight e a labourer, and.was to ro coiv ' k and my rationi ; I worked for Ii weeks, and during that'tilno receici t 1 .. Icl ainm the £8 less T5h. B emnent;anuid hel u told ie ian 1 n...
[?]ING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
OF NWVOABTLE. ARRIVALS. April 15. gnes, barque, 31., Schmid;, frdm Sydney. on, agent CoA?srwls. S April 15. nitland (s.s., IKcmblil (a s.), Goop, Catherine lob, £0 m Sydneyo April 16. LX (so.), Ihlckekodeld (s.), Little Pot, ,t, Schuolbo,, nld Willi.., from S9ydney
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
SHIPPING. 51-IP INVIIRIIIN E. CAPrAIN FOREMAN will nst bo responsiblo for any Debts contracted by his Crowe, witthout his written permnission. S B INGLE, WHITE & CO., 272 Agents. SHIP -CON3LIoT. CAPTAIN IHARDY will not bo resnopsiblefor eany Detis contracted by his Crew, without ie written permiassion. . BINGLE, WITE, &. CO, 271 Agents. NEWOL?STLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. EASTER HOLIDAYS, Raidwick Races and 'xhibition; The ·8: S. KEMBLA will run at SINGLE FARES FOR TIIE DOUBLE JOUIRNEY, for Three (3) WekLs, from TIU3R:DAY, 1iITu -APRIL. SALOON........ ...... 12s ed. STiEERAoE............. 7sod. Leavzn p Syldny Every Night at 11.30 p.m. .(Saturday an oa luday excepted). Leaving Noeostlie Every Morning at 10 n.m S (Sufiday and Monday.exceptd). MAY (both days ielusoive). HI "1'" ."i D. PORTUS, .Manager Neoostle, 10th April, 1870. 03STLLIYAN AND PATENT SLIP NEoWOASTLE, SiIIPS ofthe L r?ost Class taken REPAIRS, RE-CLASINOG, SUIVEI-s Iron Shipsa cleaned. Slhilpwrighls' and work ...
CLEARANCES. April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
CLiRANCES. Aptil 15. Arn Coso, blarquc,l Roon, for Hobart C:for, 45- tLous coal. 0 1..Stoke.and F l ood, brig, IPaton, foar WellinPgtioll? r.cso too, coal, 50 crooks.i; Captain D anms, agent ltliaho, a onear, Chambors, for Brisbanes rt, 1lO tons coal, J. Veeanman, ageit Iwoothhon, barqcue, Orol), for Weollinrton; ro, 69 tons coal. Captain iD. Williams, 'ivte'ia, bbarque, Skimminia, for L~otellon; r'o, 450 tons coal. O. F. Sokes and Co, Foederiok Inassnett, barqe, Robinson, for ane ci : eargo, 510 tons coal J. C- Ellis, agent. '1Mcedou (s..), Clark, for Melbourne, via Sydvnev: cargo, 700 tons coal. i, . IV . Slmith, aoont
DEPARTURES. APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
DEt'A U.'RU lES. ^,,-or..15. "-yi. Sydney enliugto irqu', tor fyttelton CosuirraB. April 15. 1ts.s.), C?,o-nanibar,(a.u.), foa Sydney ln, Ajiril 16. 1ier iondelle, for Sydney. Ocean Oiny, .aggei Siott, 'furtle, and Dolly
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
Dik. A. Kn. . - This gentle moo whrlo Iln iihs 4' Oxte"iiOi I plotico rer~o for.manyW yea , o'w days ou a visit to Engladd'?"-. PoLt~O',Bhso The- plo lce whoi io, 1 • 1in 't 1'rs L of mllegistrued di,,iatie- •lrotel eh i over t10e isiouiOs 1,r0t . "i1onJ01 o0.?dTy, for digllaying gloilt 01r .le0.llosi ,l11,o0i1ll0g Ipor0o,1i0 OtAlCOIDtl . 1000 ol.1 rioti tcioent have 111 thof iin theyls Ooiii ko 'inioeo th.uliiuk llo. Tl Vlt liog tha oer 0 oilyv. 0 u b "ose 'ely t finju udr til uneria T.ti: N.J. ~ lo.--1r gnr" l Cnltries f01 thle N c ' oII m10Dtiong clos1 ac cidointr have o pceov~l 1 hio'last o wce0, onl of whiibhi1 ros1tdiyh1, Ieid another is 1in 0ret dmangr.of ?o. Thie thit Of tho casoultiea ocoarri'ile: boy, about teio years old in ttemptin?iio colld a 'b1 whilsit it wak inl miothi" b 'h 'torteuloy louingi Ils hold, hu foll botwig. lhooahl, and tho hild oae1 p assio ed ev er hi ,0 ; l e '.01 s foou nid to be seovrely i enjuriwei uider carogl 1iedi cal attodircn Iene j rogoorosing...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
CITY & ?DISTRICT. NEWC(ASTLE. :Tcee TmUr.k o. DIt.CT' I Onr~..od fiendpd ridch,, with" his-.dromnedary :iimnch,". has a very snugge~itive dhilble;-lige diartoon this wdok; i eoniiifctioit i.,h" the Sydriy In-I firmary.: Tw?opolice dicors oae represented .brhcgingonina etretcher to the "Hotisoeof Death,'! a poor d'eaturevwho has met with an accident'&. The ispeetres; of Pestilenceu and Death liover near the portals of the Infirnary, over which aio written the words ."Alandon hope, all ye who entor hero." The letterpross explanatoly of the artoon contains also some veory plain tietlhs, cand it would be well for Sydney,-nnd the ountiry in goeneuml; if thby ware acted uponi. . T'ln OaLEcnDouNlAN GOXiiirsn o..- Scotiuso Sons, aid thioso dsirons of witness. ing the granmd precession to-day, will meet act the rendeavois, the Great Britnn Hotel, Scott. street, where- theli procession will be formed. No loess than twelve pipers have been engaged, aid tihe Vwhole lrolises to b...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (siiit OUeeo 81eNE COIeRRFPONDENT.) Tue forthlcoming pedestriain match, be Hewitt and Davis, is causing a godo.deal of excitement, uand ioney Is being laid freely on the event. TuE weathellr Cleared on Saturday monR ing, and since tlhen it has beerbeautifully fine. No business has been done in con sequence of the holidays. A RErPOT was current this morning that the Hone., Josoeph Docker, Minister for Justice and Public Instruction, had met with a fall, and was very scriously injured. On iniquiry being made, it wlas fomid tlihat the report was substaustially correct. MIr. Docker was unfortunate enoiugh to fall down stailrs, and Ie received such injuries that he will at least be conlfined to his room for some time. GREAT interest is felt iin the result of the Betting Housos Suppreession .Bill coming iilto force, sed there haIs been much specn lation upon the effect it will have upon betting oni the race-course. Whetlheor the arny of booklnakers who visit ITndwick will...
LAM[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
ogo~tha Muluietpat-p~ / Er Croiidnco ilnkinrg him to dedieat JU wlhu1iii~mR botwciimm thlu. West. or (In z glld tlum Puoblic. fiubiel, t( kn eemmm Ceemmdimeu-utreet, but. jieit immtjii imu1Pbeel-lncdunennd~.,OiUOlC3lc ci thuit thle endl of oeah etre(2T LeetuiU~ ' burred uux it ia tupping hadl j eudiuooll eiuh Croudauu Huuumu to ij (lined to grcunt amiy 'ruqmielmk aukedhy tboc...
ERRATUM [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
ErinOATor -yn rein glish Cougregaltioeal Cht 1notig, theo ahno of ar. Gi. Shoosuiit we it oughit to have bes iIr. W tt baker oad coufectiouer ' WVALlSI ND ATIILETI .OverB of pedestrinnism will find bo ib has 1U'eeuted a very temip. e their Sports to day, said t our eds wil ttappear ips ha? e evidently given aniveral o a? d the ]kuownig ones1" etpc y plussed in atteopting to "is'e of thsvaiiots oeonts. Ii e. d pro geinome appearingillg f i" ii the name of IT. ltob~sn, ith s~Ct, ain] ornuitteld from the IDltf-m d The Counmitteo, and variousd the Club, ertainly htean worked le i t tlports a sccee / :s eon wish thmi every sucess
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM SAMOA AND FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
S(FIrom tlhe Ede,) . Important news .has been received in Sydney from Samoa, yvia New Zealand..; ;. iA great meetinig of Samonan lhiefs wns to: be held to decide whether the King should abdi cate or remain on the throne. tI.M,[. Bnrrnconut being at Enmon at 'tho time, Captain Steyens thought it nldvisable to attend the meeting, and, while proceeding with a guard of seamen from lhis ship to the place nt which the clhiel were t asnsenlile, the party was lired upon by some hlostilo natices, and eleven bIlu jnackets were wounded and one killed 'Ilh firing lasted aome time, Int eventuanlly, at the instance of Bome ohlel','to whom Captain Stevens applied, it was slopped, and measures were at once taken for the punishment of the instigators of the treacheroun attack upon the mnnn-ol-wnr party. Forty prisoners were brought in, and lhreoo clhiils wer surrendered ans lostages for t?i lives of the Europeans that hard been sacriliced or placed in danger. The meeting ofahicel did not take Jplace...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, 14th April. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Erecting News.) LoHoogf, 14th AIpril. Thn'Il.M.S.BaMngnloro left Gsllo on tlhe 8th A p r i ). , . . . . . . . . . , . ' .. The Queen's Titles lill pnssed the House of lords. Her Mnjesty is now ,Queaen' of hlih; United Kingdom and Empress of Indin. " ; :. . The retirement of tlhe-Ozar is doenied. The American- Seent.e have-rejected " the nomination of Mr. Dtnn as A mericrn Minister in London, in consequence of his .making.an onproved charge of literary eoenpirsoy. The Avesinian war has terminated. Tio Frenech Chambers hIvo voted Marshal McMishon's Decreot Abolition,-roferring to the State siege of Perls, Lyons, Marcills, .. : The Ministry oppoeo theo Freph Amnesty pro -pos l. " - " .."' , ' :?.. , : -, p'Phos reneh Assembly hnvo h een engaged verifying the elections. They liave nrinulled tieo eleotion of numerons Bohnpartists .and, Legitimists, .and ratified et ry : rIl hubli.au's return. Gambotta has been oel'lteil President, and theo Assembly are ishos rin...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
TIlE . HAUNTED HOUSE, OR ... THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. iB Mult. J. II. IthIIEI.s, AUTrOR or A LitB's ASSIZE, GEOiOt; lGroit, &c. ClAvrPTE Ill (COSTINUED). Hnt face was a pure, rich red, from tomple to chin; it resembled nothing -o much as a brick wlhiol had been out for a long time, first in the sun and the wind, and then in a succession of heavy showers of rain. She looked weather beaten, sun-burnt, and sprayed with salt water, all at once. Hler eyes were a lighter blue than I previously, thought eo.s could be. Her check bones stood nut more prominently than I thought cheuk-bones capable of doing. Her mouth--not quite a bad one, by the way-opened wider than any within Iny experiunce, and her teeth, white and xposed. were suggestive of a set of touhbstoncs planted outside a stone mason's shop, or an upper and lower set exhibited at the entrance to a dentist's opcrating-rooml Poor dear Miss Blake itho and those pronoun;ced teeth parted company long ago, and a more becoming so...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. SATURDAY, Received 9.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
LATEST TELECHAIMS. (eOsI ou01 CPiUIAL CDOIRESPiONsDiNT.) YDINEY. ruSisrrns Received 9.45 p.in. The wentaher to day was slhowery till noon, when.it iclesaed up, and the afternoon and eveisig were beautifully fine. Theo condemncd' Chinsaifan Ah Chong, who muirderodl' another .Chinaman (Po Tie) in Parrau~aitta goal, is to o exeecuted with;in thile walls of Darlinghurst gnol on Tuesday next, 18Ith instant. landvwick mces, whichl commincenc on lIon. day, and continue on the following Thulrsday, Friday, and Saturday, promise.to bhe largely patrlonised. 'Thbro.lmas boeen a large ieiftiex of visitors to. Sydleoy from all parts, anld hlotel aeioimmoda tionl is diflicult t o btacil. The Ironclad cricketiers (from N~oweastle) arrived in Sydnoy oun Friday. They played thie Osbeornes oni the Albion Gi;ound to-day, iand achieved an easy victory--scoring 18 to the Osbornes' 21. Iii theic second innings they hold the wichots all the afternoon, ansdl scored over 100. Morley and Clhapmanu wero thie h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
WANTEDS, ? ANT.ED a Plain Cook, also, a General Servant. Aplply Mrs. HILL, Q,O,E. Restaurant. 'rAd NTED, nL enl Servant. Apply t 1 A rT , LEWIS, Casbrihn Bouno Lambton. " ITANTED, by a Steady, Well-eduoauted Man V asitutiton, to make himself generally useful; has been eonnected with shipping, Apply-Hierald Office. 252 W ANTRa., TWO TURNOVEIRS to tho JOB PRINTING BUSINESS. Apply to the Office of this Paper, A?'ANTED, AT GRETA, an AGENT bfo .V the Newcastle Mornno.g 1hrald and .rinbers' Advocate, whowill see to the prompt delivery of the paper every morning, act gs correspqndpvt, Ad., Ao. Apply at onco to J.. LL SWEET, W ANTED, for WARATAR, an AGENT, to deliver tha Newcaselle lMornig IHerald nod inecrs' Adlvoeae. Apply at once to Office of this PIaper. TENDERS. N OTICE.-Tenders Wanted, for Building Ten-roomed House, Stone anod Brick, naccording to plano and soecillcationa. Plans and specifications to ba scon at Ilhoujna Jounonn's Hotel, Wallosend. Ail Tenders to be lefot at the Post-o...