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"THE DEVIL AMONG THE TAILORS." [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
'·TrE DEVIL AMIONO TIlE TATLORS." -At the time of the Hnrtley acoident, there was a great demand for occlr clothes. A tailor of Seatou Sluico had Slot of orders on hand, which had to be islnhed in a very chart tirm?: Amocg hi workmun there 0v0s qo /ho w ocas a!ways singi " Rule Brittania," and the rest of the journeyman joined in the chorus. F'inding the slow time of the tune retaor e the wore, the nmator tailor engaged an ola vidler to play below the window the live b ,,,..ille "ThiCe 1)vilamono g 01/; -h "" lo had to deiredi -.Ait tth he m.o y.l go··!d in~vr~~' ,: ve
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 April 1876
MEDICAL. 0, ,, K=i ~ M R. F. W. REAY, AS A Medlicosl IHotaiist - Of upwards of twenty years' standing, Ilespectfilly infonms the residents of NewcIstld: Wallsend, nd lHunter River Disntibt generally that he is prnctising his profession WiLh that, MARKED SUCOESS. : Whnoh Ihas made his name so p-pular on the Gold.fields and in tile Coal-mninn districts of New Soutm h ales. T ie supernority of the system of Ilerbal Treatnment over all others is now acknowledged b?y the leando ilg mlemalers of thie lMedical Faculty nall over thi world; and the cry is--0ur MIedicinos are "I'Irely Vegetable !" rrofessor'HvxLE has demonstrated in bia work, "l'rotoplnasm," that mineral substanicas canrnot be ladministered with benofit, and tlhit only after Naturn nha.s transmuted them into plants are they good for either Food or Mcedi cine. Ex erience taughit Herbalists tils great truth long beforo thie learned Professor di. covered it for Iimself, and none have had clenarer and more coenlusivo evidence of ...
CAUTION TO LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
OAuT;OiN T IoiODGINiG lOUUE KEEPlnS -It is a l?builar idlea tlhat iodging-house eusoers have a lihen on thle goods of their lodgere for mUonoy due to themn for botrd hdrosidence. That this is ai rroltnc os niotioi is .\ell known to lawyers, but hiis Honor Mr. District Judge Dowling pointed it out againi in the case of Kelly v. fkeriitt' tried before himn on .loiday porning?. Hotel-keepe?s h1aie this lion, so have artl ficdeeoil "goods made up by tliei, baukers lhase a gbellcrl lion oni the lmoneys and couitlos of their customers, and solicitors on the papeors, deeds, and mnoney of their clients in their hlands; and a simil;ar rula applies in olther cases by mlhtmil, by Act of Parliansout, or by spocilal agrooeint, ]iut iiuit)ler regular lodgiig-house keepers nlor persolls 'ho Imay give occasional board or residence to lodgers, not being morei wayfarers. halve any claim to the property which may le brought oni the prpsisa1C by those persons; nor can theysel such pro perty to pay them...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
To the Editor of the Nelwcastle Mordnin Herald and Miners' Advocate. Srn,-T see byyour 'uosday's issuae front your Miami rorrespoldent that there ara eregt im provemens aoing on at Miami. ay ny. Macrk h'rSyhr la telf plaans for a now hotel. NXow I beg to state that I fave not one, andl I dthouald like to kotw whiere he got hi i?n!ormnation from. It is like his otherepistle, where he states the public-h1uesaral keit open nll eight, which I deyll. I'be kllonas aly letltin nata them For my part; I wish all public houses oero aloed at ten o'cl:ek at night5 nltd all day on Sulldaly. I dlo't tllik there is thi at ifea abohut Minmi, bhat some leople like to make a mountain out of is mole-hill. I have no objectlion to police pro teetion, bult, Mr. lditor, I think the rmoney woult be b tier spenlt on thie road Letween WallsenCd nd Mitllnn. By isertini g this ill yaor icxt isateo you will abltge - Youtrs, &e., MARK FRIAR. Minmi, April I4tis.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
OR RESPONDENCE. [Let it lbo distinctly understood that we do Cot ' identify oueraelvea witlh the opinioueq eeprve.edl by our eoneepondlento. AJl neomniebemecnltl ut oneo the nolooln aod jlddrllne of the ceTitcrn attnebed, ndt nhcessaoroly for nUblleaton, lnt ea an guanintco of good flithll. Wo don't bclieve in iuserting lottera wheon tlcy appear ic other apcmrs als6. Rejected conmuonications will not be returned.]
Presentation to E. C. Merewether Esq, [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Presentatoio to lO C. ;Mcewether OX Saturday evening last ablout 150 of tihe miners employed at theBorehole colliery, ansd several leading tradesmen of Hamilton iniet at the IMechanics' Institute,. Hamil ton,' Tfd the 'purpose of lpresenting an address to E. 0. Mierewether, Esq., on the occasion of his leaviu?g the Superintendence of the A. A. Co.'s W'orks. Mr. Mere wother was present, and expressed him self as being highly pleased .with- the ar raingements. G. Donald; Esq., Mayor of Hamilton, had been invited to preside, but~ va prevented through press of busi ness fiolun attending.' The duty then devolved upon [r. A. H. Brumages, Ohairman of the Borehole miners, who oponed\ tihe proceedings in an appropriate mimoer. Messrs. J. Dixon and WV . Davis then spoke at considerable length in eulogy of the character of lMr. More wether in his capacity as Superintendent, and as a. private gntleman. They. spoke in highl terms of his courteous and gentle manly bearing towards the minlers at a...
THE COLLIERY DISASTER IN BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
'ItlE, COLLIERY DISASTER IN BEL= eutl.--The Belgian papers publish some particulars of the dreadful explosion of tire-damp whichl took placo a few day since st. the coalpit of Umories. The eunsbur of victims is stated at 123, 115 of whom swere killed immediately, and thel remaiinder dtl:mgerously injured. Many of 'J;aoauli,.of tlhe susrounding villages lt two, tlhrco, iucl evyl four of tlheir ru?leberesu, and nearly every house has a death of at least cnue memolllberl to mourn. Of twenty houses in Framories, no fewer than fifteen are closed, and the mourning is general. • Many of the bodies brought to the surface show that they welre sud ldenly odized with asphyxia, whilht the bodiCs of othelrs were horribly muti lated. Amongst the lmoving imcidents wlichl occurred after the explosion, it is repoited that oe lIsrve collier, on learn ing~hlis only daughter, 19 years of age, was among tlhe victims, descended tie pit to searche for her. On reaching the bottom he :scamed the faces of fi...
OSBORNES V. IRONCLADS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
OSBORNES . IRONCLADS. A ,atOcI. was played on Friday last in Sydney, between.the First Eleven of the Newcastle Ironclads Oricket Club, and the First Eleven of the Osborneo Cricket Club of Sydney. There was not time to con clude both innings of the Osbornes, and deciding the match by the first imlings, our local team won by 42 runs; The Iron clods went first to the rickcts, nod suc ceeded in putting together 68 runs, Meorely mitking tlih fine score of 20, when hbe was bowled by It. Browni. Gilbert and Hall, by gdod play,'made a ;lozon a-piece, and the remainmdor of the teani contented them selves withilhglerfigures" The. Osborni then wwbrit to thls'wickets; ibut their:stay was brief, l'cDbugall being the only one to reach double' figures,. making ,12..by snouie steady play.' The board, when the. last: wicket fell, showed that only' twenty-six runs hatd been made The isonclads again .took the' .'defeitsaive, and DonaldSon was unfortunately.run.out when hie' had contributed-.but- one r...
CRICKET. [BY MIDWICKET.] SOUTH SYDNEY v. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
. CRICKET. [By MsIDWICK-ET.j SOUTH SYDNEY v; NEWOASTLE. A vsRY interesting match was played on tlhe City Ground, yesterday, between the South Sydney Cricket Club and the New castle Club. Sydney narrowly escaped a defeat in one inutogs. S 80OUrII SYNEY. ?ViacllcomOe, 1bTra ... .0, 4 T unf b 'le~eoy . .e se. EUllot, nl- out ... ... 14 Willinse, C Olennle, b Teoy ., 4 U. Sherwood b . . 12 U nluhe h etl e ...i .e ... " E. llioFi stumpe t .nt .. ....1 . m. J31oo1, a ?Qnltc'l~lcl?|, b Lawrence 0. Dunca~n, c lennla, blano L Br . II. IHall, b Trae¥ '". ,, 0 Ayses, IIwllett, is Tescey.... ,,, 1 R. dley not5eos t ,,. "e, 4t • Sundries .. . 4 SeondeIneles.s ees Wi"heeomise, run oett . , Iesnnlgu, b Olennio . II. Elliott, b Glesanio ". ., 1el *VWlliltes, s Glcnnio s G le Uemlu, t bOlonno ,0 Iroon,b s'leereo..7 I,. Ellott. otet o. IIatl,rn out s e ... 7 Arse b Olennlo 0 lrindley, b lesnno ... " .. Sundies . 3 NEW C-?wcTL crrY CLUB. First Innlnese • ,. Sherwood, l.b.w .. " .? .. N . Lawsrene, 1.b...
FATAL AND DISASTROUS ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
FATAL AND DISAsTROUS ACOIJOET -A idreadful accident happened during the first week of February in France. The pit of o coal mnlne near St. Etienne began to burn by a miner dropping his lamp, and 216 men were killed, ao it was imposniblo to enter the buraning pit, and no help could be brought to the unhappy creatures below, who had all to perinh. All meano were tried, but when the fire was soniowhat mantered, nothing but disfigured corpses were brought to light. The fire burnt for about thren days, nloist earth was coatinnally let down into the mine, but no human eoldeavour aoull save the wrotehed viotims of thia mistortune. Thi bodies which wore re?dovered wore son much di.s lhat figuredthOy could not be reeognised, All c'nases of tho French population are greatly moved by this terribne catastrophe, and lrtrge auns have alroeady Leen colectedl for the relief of the widows and orphans. and the distressed fintmilica of thu lost hread-winnoro particulaily Lyon, which lha acco:ded great...
Australian Agricultura[?] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Australian Agriculturl 45. .A sPFctAL general meeting of he pro prietors of the Australian Agnuultural Company was heold at tiheo'io Tavern, on February 15th,, . Hamilton in tile chair. Tlu stated that the total net revetu ed during the past year we £64,000, whlich, however, wi to the deduction of £301, a balance of about £91,000, er scetting apart a moderate r and tear, owas available for dende of the c,;rrent ye J -rnu, in mering tlle o report, said iho would not gl tte turn had comeo up to the oxpetatio of t.he Board, but a net profit of 4 on a calital of £410,000 on ia ,er| subject to mlany uncertanties ... a tuatioust was not a case for oritic l. He ought to notice a dedihcti .> I:!1,b practise of charging the royaen portieon of the costs of improvcw,,. acharge of £20(0. It was nseeo' .. establish a detorioration fund, anld i Board decided to set aside a mn:;. n of £3000 and a ,nazimu,, of £500: eI felt sure their decision would emeet the qpprevalof tihe shareholders. A r gl...
Illawarra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Illawivarra RaIlway, -T is at all times satisfactory, if one is compelled to enter the arena, to know that our antagonist is sincere, and that although the principle defended by an opponent may be a wIlongor a foolish one, he really believes ill what he is fighting for, We therefore brenak a lance with our friend tire lloawerra Mercurey, on the lllnwarra railway ques tion, with much pleasure. After graciously exteuding its approbation, towards tlhe Singleton Borough Coun cil for not taking " ny action in support of the petition forwarded to them from Newcastle in opposition to the proposed Metropolitan aid Illnwarra railway," the Aleorney maintains that the iludif forence displayed by tile Singleton Couni cil is a point that the opposition is con fined to tile " comparatively insigiificent limits of the Newcastle district." Tile .)erceuy, however, qualifies this remark by saying that this district isinsignifi cant as compared witththe whole'of the rest of the colny. If our friend me...
Wallsend Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Walisend Ahlectic Club. Trin hnlfr-yearly sports of tile WValcen! Athletic Club were held on Esti tionday in the club's gronid, Wsall' end. The committee have endeavoure since the comnmencement of the club I. establish n repritation for Waollepnd. the manly sports of foot racing, vree ling, &c., which bshould bo second I none in the provincial towns of tl colonies. Toward tlis object ?I? P1. labours of the elb have been lmost faror remitting, and how well they hove so ceeded dorieg the short period of the ue existence woeuld be seen by the Ig and nattractive programme provie Jl the preselnt occsion. There Vrtr ? events provided to be meeti for, in nicicteen divisions, exclusive the final rnl off, and for whlich th . lm were 15 advertised entries, excleni . of the oilier events. The day opened' beautifully fine, I.3 rain of the tWio previous diys lha i . laid the dlst ncd ill~t the ground in good rillinig condition, beside givl 1o1 the grass tlhat fresh appearance wil ?is is ...
Passenger Accommodation between Sydney and Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Pnassenger Accommodation be tween Sydney andl Newcastle, OOEAN steamship travelling, so far as the Australian coast is concerned, has not yet reached porfection. There is a certain discomfort abonus it which is ex perienced during the voyages of our coast steamers onil any day; but this discomfort is especially felt at holiday time, when iosullicient accommodation for theo crowd of passengers who leave one pert for another on the coast, makes a trip one ol tioe most unpleasant that can be taklen.. Chanp fares are in themselves desirable, to everyone, but they are altogether destructive to the comfort of the orderly and respectlabld persons whose habiit t is to travel by steamet-'1a'l ttlro are sorces of 'people •,h : o~aild muchl rather-lay doubl faro cattlo, with a mob of noisy, ill-bred, drunkeu individuals, who are tempted by the chap fares to make the trip, and whoso ignorant conceit Idads them to forget that their proper place is in the steerage of tlhe vessel. Tile cabin of al...
Victoria Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
ViY. ctiila Theatre. As we anticipated, this place was crowded fromn pit to coiling last evening. The dralPl of "NO NNane" was veeiv¢gd with uproarious applause from nthe denizes of the pit, and with equal enthusiasmi from the stalls and dress circle. Soma part of the larrikin element initiated itsel~l into the stalls, and made itself hideolls)'j Mr. Jones, with some well timed phlraslest brought the disturbers of the peace tj their senses, and the piece proceCeded. reserve our critique till the next issue.j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
SHIPPING. 5111P. INVYRERhNE. COprAIN FOREIAN will Dat bo responsible for any Debts contracted by his Crow, without his nritten pormision. SINGLE, WHITE & CO., 272 .AgentS. a2 SHrIP COmFLIOT" CAPTA'rIN IIARDY will not he responsible for any Debts contracted by his Crew, without his wrsitten permission. BINGLE, WHITE, & CO 271 Agents. N EOASTLE STEAMsIHI COMPANY. ~~WA E(ii trtoD.) EASTER .IrOLIDAYS! Randwick Races and Exhibition. The S. S. KEIlBLA will run at SINGLE IhRES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, for ~Three (3) Weeks, from THURSDAY, 13TH APT1L. SALOON ....... . 2s d. STEER&GE.;...... . 7aOd. Leaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 pm. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). · Leavig Newcastle "EMery Morning.aft. 10 aom Le'a-ingua Nesatin dllony exceptetd).; .0 Tickets available up to ERIDAY, Iin .,;Ay (both days inclusveOT). • L • H.D0. PORTUS, New"an t ' - . nManager. j ew2l tle, 10th l April, 1876. 193 %'jnUIY N AND CO.'S pATENT SLIP, NEWOASTLE. - SIIYPSB ofthe Leargeot C...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
SIIPPING IN PORT. SIIIPF· BIedfordshlire, 1155., \?Varre. B R.B. Wallaco an,-ent. Ballast jetty, to load Wallsead e.?.?et, Freneb shlip, 760, Guigon. C F. Stokero & Co., agents; No, 4 orano ; loading Lombton Coroun, 1199, Strachan. Ii. B. Wallace, arent. Stroam Coonne.onweadlt, 1345, Cooper. Bingle, White, nod Co., agents; to load Wallsend, for Slln Francisco Canflicr. 1871, lnrdy ; in stream Elillen (oodey, 914, Perry. R.B. Wallace, aecnt; rload \a'llsesnd InveterC, 744, Floreman. Bingle, White, atoid Co. agents Olire, 16, l)tvia. Bingle, White, and Co., Une"ts; btllast jetoy Saliobory, 1095. Caseo. R.B. Wallace, agent; atrrao1, Sir L:ancelotl, 886, Hlepburn. J. and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to loadDuooken-, field Wlarwick, 1005, Tizarnd. Binglo, White, and Co., agouts; at jetty, to load Duckenfield coal for Chiua "BAnaQus. Arnes, 241, Smidt. Stream, to load for Adelaide Ardoar, . 5, Burns. Bingle, White, and Co.; agentls; ballast jott to loaRd Anvil Creek, for Ban F...