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Grand Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Grandl Bazaar. NixI iiiiportaiee, as regards tteii dlncie,t the great Caledonian gathering wLsi th aoir in Scbtt-street, opjixito the Rallsi y Station, and which, for xlihi hition?i its kind,i standls unrivalled in Nweast.. It hls beon our privilege to arttenl ny similar efforts ii ijid of varioous elmritablo and religious purIposes, in Newoclatle and the lisctrict; but we fecl houi4 to adjudgo thle pali to the elegant exlibition presented to our view yiestorily 'llh objects for wlich the bI;wiui t I bepi originated lhae already been pr entied to our readers in our advertcisinA, colunns; it only reiiiins fot us to dese'ibo the rbsullt of the oendeavours of thI co jlittco tp onsuro the siiuccess of the uend d ung. Tie streiuro in which the bazear is beinug hol ias, boon erected ont omi roid U ill~y lent to thi coonihitteo by tide or of the Coniniercihl Bask, wl14 o ly intend t6 eredt their now srOisj n the came spot. Tho ma teriel for the building has been ,,, imply provided for out....
EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
EASTER. AL., the people of the" district rose to welcome the glad harbinger of day on Easter Monday. 'Ihose who had serions. thoughts as to venturing out of dours took heart, and one by one ventured forth on Easter Monday. As tile sun's irys infused fresh hope into tlhe hearts of those who were previously undecided, the sudden outburst of Hyperion's gol don smiles at about eloven o'clock seemed to have fully decided all Newcastle as to its pleasurable movement, for tilhe dy Little groupo bonan to cement tle~n :solves, and look round for additional waifs and strays to unite in their Easter enjoyments. Thoe sound of the. pibroch at once aroused the dormant energy of thlitsons of Caledonia, anttd an imlnmnse rowd at tended the , "-. .. . . -.; lCaiedonlaii. Gaithelring. TIEs McDonald Clan of Caledonians of Newcastle held their' Scottish" gamus in the A. A. Company's paddock, and inay be congratulated on the unqualified success with which the meouting was at tended. - We may mention tha...
CITY & DISTRICT. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
CITY &DISTiRICT. LAMIBTON. --MINSTUELAr.-A. number of young gentlemon, residents of Lambton and Now Lambtou, have formed themselves into a litnstrel Company. They have now haed 'a few practices, and aro perfecting themselves won dorlfully in tlhir various varts. They havo kindly consented to makel their first appear ance in public at the forthcoming concert, which is being got up for the benefit of Mr. 1V. Thompson; and judging fromwheat Ihaeio beeoon permitted to see of their performances, the public will have such a treat as it is very seldom' in their power to got from profes sionals, miuch, moro amateurs,. u.nt.;jtilhu? will say o moore naboltthu?i edO.
SHEEP STEALING AT TAMWORTH CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
SHu.p hTEALINo AT TAwonRTn Cina culT Covnr.-Willianm Hqydon, convicted of feloniously receiving stolon aheep, wiais, on Friday, 7th instant, sontoenccd to thrco yearls' imprisolnent with hard labolur in Darlinghurst gaol, his Honor, Acting Judge Davis passing this light scntonce in considoration of the prisoner's ago and failing health.--ln the caso against ?WVil liam Berriman Bell and James Juchan, fro that they did. at Llangollan, feloniously steal, take, an1d d(rive aWly, tile 700 sheep ((If which Mar. HIaydon wan convicted for receiving) thle proplerty of Jolbu Windeyer :ad others executoIIrs of the late Dr. Trail, of Collaroy statinl, was hoeilrd the samle dily. Tile jury broughlit illl a verdlict (If not guilty, both prisonors being dis charlged. The 'lreport of tlhe trial in tile 't Tfmwlorthll Ne?w s says Julatill wYas de fondedly Mr. Sillmpson, anld Ir. Bell Iby Mecasrs. \'i51d11m (lud Cohen. The Crowns Prloseicuto(r waI* assisted bly nI'. E. Enlti'r, Q.C. Boll challengeld ...
COORANBONG. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
COORANBONG. Poe, oI Niws.-At thioe Police Oourt, to-day, before Edward Roeeva, Esq., P.M., and F. A. Healy, J.P., soveral persons were charged with using insulting language, and were fined in nuis varying from ds. to 103, ilnd costs.--In thee cas of Dorrington v. Healy, for unlawfully detaining a calf, the plaintiff failed to prove his claim, and the case was" dismissed. TlE DnOuonT.-I am happy to say that the droliht Ihas at last broken up, although we were better off than many through the eoluntry. Wo sffered for want of good water, but it is generally thought that the worst has not come yet, for the rain is so lato in the season that the grass will not ihave time to grow before the winter is nipon us, Doo AOT.-It. is time tihe Dog Act was extonded to this time, for it is almost dangerous for peoplle to travel through it on account of dogs. I lhavo even seen persons get off their horses at times to drive away a lot of dogs, for fear of beir.g thrown, espe dially tlioso who ride sp...
Co-operative Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Co.opcrative Minlers. Tun usual monthly moeeting of the above was held on Saturdaly dvening last at Lnroy's Hotel. There was,a fair nttendance, end Mr. Daniel Ross presided. .r The minutes of last nmeeting were read. and confirmed. • .'.: JIALANCIO SHIIEET. The balaneo sheet. for. the, quarteor ending Ist April .was then.read, from which it appeared thamt.- lh.iabcome for the.local fund was £60 l11s. 8d., anl the expdnditire £60 ,as.], enving: a balaince of 7.: 8d. The .ifincnicme to the accident fund from levies, was; £6(2 18 Gd., and the ekpendittird:e £47 s. 4d., leaving aibalanco of £15 bse 2ed. DISTRICT, FOuND ; Tbohe balance' from last quarter was £150 128. 10d.;. cash in hand,r £21 19. Sd.; interest ir bank, £82s. 83d.: totsl£ £1844ail. 6d. STURIN-KEEPING . Turn-keepers ;ere then appointed to each flat.. CO0?I1ITTEE. The following persons were 'selocted to serve on the committee:-Messrs. Armstrong, Roberts, Olough. Stone, Harrison, Musgrave. A-distfdi on arose aboit the con v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
WANTEDS. atTANTED, Respectable GENERAL SER V VANT. Apply Mrs. HILL, White Horse Hotel, l'nrby-street. 283 W ANTRD, TWO TURNOVFRS to theL JOB PRINTING BUSINFS4. Apply to the Offoo of rics Paper. W'ANTED, AT GRETA, an AGENPI' fo S the Newccrastle Aorning Herald and Aiiners' Advocate, who will see to the Irompt elivry of the paper every morning, act as correspoadent, &o, &a. Apply at one to J. M. SW4ET, ANTED, fbr WARATAH, an AGENT, to deliver the Newccastle 2tloreir, Herald and 4iners' eAdvocatle. Apply at once to Office of ti Paper. TENDERS. " ANTED TENDERS.-T'enders Wanled r forBUILDING'a WEATHIERBOAltD HOTDSE and bHOP, at Jesmond--labher only Toehders opn for 14 days. For full partieanrs apply to JOHN HEAL, 259 Jeamond. , 'ENDEiRS WANTED..Tonders Wantt;Ieo -L SUPPLYING PIC TI[BEfRl t the Co operative Colliery, Wallsend. For fill particulars, Alpl) at the Otce. Tenders to close on the 18th instant. 239 WYALLSEND BOROUGH COUNOIL. TENDERIS for Three Thousand Pounds (£a...
Randwick Races. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
Rlantdwick Jalcs. S 13Y ELECoToC TEm,EonuArH. L.unoo attendance, including his ExcelloneyiU and Suite. The coursowas in excellent order. Weather fine. Hurdle lace, a handicap sweeoopstakes of 10 soos each, half forfoit, or 2 sovas if declared by 11th April, with 100 sovas added. About two miles and a half. Hr. P. Glonistor's g g Gaffer Grey, aged, S lst .; ....... .......; ........ 1 SA. Lodersc lh g Erin, aged, 10st......2 J. 'lKonzie's br g Pearl, 5 yrs, sot t91b 8 Won easily b& four lengths. Time 5 mAin. 82 see. Ctumberland Sltakes, of 10 sous each, half for foit, with 100 soea added. Omo mile and a half. Sir Hercillos lobinson's b Il Kingsborough 4 yrs, 8st 121bs.........: ........ 1 Mr. F. Loag's b m Southeorn Cross, 4 yr, - 8Sat 101bs .................... 2 J. Tait' b lh Melbourne, 4 yre 8st l2lbs 8 Rapid Bay fell, and was out of the race. Southern Cross made the running for tihe first mile, when Kingsborough, well ridden by Yeomans, went up and took the load inld won ...
LATEST GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
LATEST GENERAL NEWS. A Narrow Eseape.-An old minister was making a collection towards building a chapel at a certain village up the Der went. After telling the congregation how poor they were at the place the chapel was to be built at, he went round himself with the hat, but hlie got nolthing. When lie went back to the pulpit he said " Aa's got nothing, but ua feel thankful nao's get ten me hat back frane suchll a congregation." THE ",Jnaaneso Gatzetto" conlktinrs anl article purporting to be written by a young Japaneso lady who is being educated in America. Shle suggests certain reforms, which she tllinks will favorably affect the entire character of tile Japanesenation. These measures are soniewhast re'arkableu for their comoprehensiveness and peculia rity: " first, thle conversion of the whole population to Christianity; second, sunin creased importation of scissors; thirdn, a restriction of taxation; and fourth, the introduction of the American custom of wedding breakfasts." Ti....
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday evening, 1.50. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
LATEST TELECRAMS: (FRo.?m our SPerAL ColmRoND?eNrT.) SYLDNEY. tolnday ovensig, 1.50 Heavy wantheor was visibleo to the eaonstwardl on Sunday night, and a severo thunderstorm brodc over Sydney. Today was :observed as a goneral holiday The racos and eoxcursions wore largely patroniscd. Lyster's Opera Co. opens at thoe Victoria to night to a large house. Heavy weatlher is reported from Brisbano. The fears for tle.safety of the steamer Vio toria, coiinsequenat tiup6n the noe-arrival of the Townsvillo, were dispelled by the intelligence thalt she was obliged to put back to Cooktown, having disconnected her propeller.
THE AUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
TEE 'UNTED HOUSE, on lE SHADOWV AT RIVER HALL. BJ In . J. II. lliaeI.L, AUTHOR OF A LIFr's Assze, Otomii Guni, &e. CiaPrTER III (COsTNUEDv). " What are you going to do, is much narer the point, I am thinking '" re torted that lady. " Do you imagine there is so much pleasure or profit in keeping a lawyer, that people want to do lawyer's work for tlomselvrcs ?" Which really was lhard upon us all, considering that so long as slheo could do lier work tfor herself, iliss Blake ignored both Mr Craven and his clerks. Not a shilling of inotey would she ever, if she could lhelp it, permit to pass through our handso-not the slightest chaeeo did she ever voluntarily give Mr. Craven of recouping himself those costs or loans in which her acquaintance in volved her sister's former suitor. I-IHad he felt any inclination-which 1 am quite certain he never did-to deo duct Miss Helena's indebtedness, as re pIresented by her aunt, out of Miss HIelena's inoene, he cauld not have done it. The. te...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
MEDICAL. R.. AW. REAY, AB A HMedical Botanist Of upwards of twenty yearn' standing, . lenpectfully infoe ns the reoldents of Newdanstle Wullsend,' nd lnlnter river District generally that hie i practising his prifeassion with thnt MIARKED BUCOES8S Winch hIns omaid his nnmo so popular on the Oold.fields aod in -the Conl-mihng. districts of New South. Wales. . Theo supermority of the soitem of Hierbal Treatment over nll otlhers is now nOeLowledgeOd by the lendo iug members of tihe m edical Fculty all over tih world; and the cry in--Our Medicines are 'tPurely Vegetable I" Frofessor IIeicr lias demonstrated in. his 'work, "Protoplasm'," that mineral substaneds cannot be administerdd withl benefit, and that only after Nature has trausmuted thlem into plants are they good for either Food or Mcedi oine. Eaperieree taught Herbalists this great trthl long beforo tho lelarned Professor dis covered it for himself, and none have had clearer ind mnore conclusive evidence of their efliciency than...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 April 1876
FUNERAL. FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friends of Mr. W. H. Jennings are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased son, Samuel John. To move from his residence, Newcomen-street, this Tuesday afternoon, at a quarter to 5. ARCHIBALD HAY, 286 Undertaker: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Maitland Races. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876
M~i~tland Races..?.._ ... TOE followhig are tle local entiies masde yesterday for tho above races, to be run on the 9th and 10thiy :--ay Mr. Clifts CIrtra , 0. Shfofsmith's L?snossthorn "V. [oore' IIighlandae,:,r . ;.t. 11.T_'rnnor',zJfealaos V.'. SectS' Eleseer t.O. Ye:ccsn'el?eitsKleu, . : N.J.C. Cur.. - .:: /,. Dr. Dowker's Sfi Solomon , e Mr A. Mr~cultY' C)llceee sI. Iulds'? :55? , ,k . ," - : •J. Dm'l lun's'Yletor--alunlcyru 'J. Akln's Corieandoe It. G.-Yresser' PitzSeorules A. J. Cobereft' S yde. . ,. " - ScLLISts SuTuEs .. Sre. Verut's eepsael J. Oolile's b h thecutuert . "- 1. Cooke's Ledy ElegSnee * 'i'TtweN PLAiTC. BDr. Boeker's SirSeoloele ". :M. J. cGltdie's Easet Lymu e ,. Itervey's Etemo .. 3V, Seott'sVult5it Rose V.'. Dsritane' .er-to--Safrguat'i J. ArIs' Coedeile - 15 AJ. coYe5t'5 117 : Irf. J Obldlee' Fst i' Lytse . . B. \ t u've?:' Nemo "' ""' -t 51R.O.Thus.'eama's5I3 m 3. II~Ldflyml'sI :Bowstrin. ,- . 5 • A.J.Cobeeeft's suuid5' o \? Ctarlpbell'suJueky odtt . ":\--...
Newcastle May Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876
Newcastle Itfay Mceting. era Tue follo0wing onteences lave. bee ceived' by. the: Scbdrtry- 'foe' the b idea Mayetilng 'of htle Newenatle Je cies Malilbyt ine 41 on 24t! iiC. 25th ecaee 6it.'John falem' brf. fThoeleoe, bytbyrnor 1 ,. ,..._,af-Jh rl c. . h . . : : 4 . ] orltofDom "- ....ly be "7"" ,Ts. TtlltOy' b~e t·, 11) ." hu ?, ?Ae.]leerccn'c e.er :pology, by.'t b 'nleer 'Liltie Q eern" lro . '-l erT lee.- J. ',. 3 I...g "te , . by I.lpio. a f by in r II, 1 Dr. Tohn 1 cc . tr e to -?h. ffolm .Ealeb'. Io-.''f'"h.· Tleoso; b..'Mrbn }0| .f R. i. "G'.Ydemunee e.6. by uriecl ioueg, " I" . -0bett'&b'l,.e. Liucce"oe, by (ecc lll e d *1II: 8 1~tDl Xld -.cQ aIl c A. l~ewceerc bce. ccr-o Acetecle, 011 flee d pa Queecn Aplu eryeg.a re Do, do. ?folo. lhcjinar, ![io.ec Oyetl ':IV? ])fayli'seblk ..:: N rgrcci cry lhtrlcinn ?. tDe, do, leg, flee Jeelge, Itiegutec, by Ie
Victoria Th[?]. OPENING NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 April 1876
Victoria TiTh....'e. OPlNIN(I NI(CiLT. A NEW era ill thl theadtricial history Newcastle mity be said to have conuent nil Monday evening hist, when the "; toria Theatre, lately erected bh[ Mr. J Bennett, .was opened by a polio fIul c11 pany, the leadingb pirit of. whiA'i is L Quelun of JProtean dirau, thle fascinati and versatile young ictress, '' Nell, Oalifornian Dilmlond." Long Ibefore t doors w'erl opened for the reception >-'i genoral'public, croiwds had congrie' lorkhi-strebet... So grblt, indeed-gt1 assembly,;tliit it was ilpossilbU for a' voehicl to pass for soLme conside tilno.'" The whole frofit of the Thea 'mIy be said to have been Ia blahe of Erected on a substiatial scaflolding, aii fiicing Hunter-street, - was a large stau t trranged mnost tastefully, and throwing . brilliant flood of light some considerab listance down theo street. Near tlhev bottomn of the dross circle staircase wai umother star of less lnagnitude, but i -lry cosmplete arrangemcent. On thle toe of ...