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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. THElRE scorns to be less chance than ever of tire long-neilected 40,000 future ragged men and women of the colony getting a knowledgo of tihe three R's. Another obstacle has been raised in the "Bible Combination," which refuses to nward its sompathy with thire League, because it will not insist upon the actual use of the Biblo in the Public Schools. This is about as sensible and as kind as the' insisting upon a starving person cat ing the way you choose, and tihe whole of the food you put before him, upon penalty of his being starved to death. This is the case with the 40,00 unedan catedl children in this colony. Onesec tion of their pro(essed spiritual teachers insist that thlj, shall be taught reading and writing, at nil hazards; another says they shall not be taught unless thie Goverrnment help to pay for their being taught in a p.rticular way; and a third party insists upon their not being taoght to read arnd write unless the Bible is in the school. The lnst of the...
TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
TELEGRAPHIO WEATIEI RELUSO1T. South Head, wind N.W., fine; Kiama, chaln, fino; Wollongong, wind N, fine; Jervis Bay, wind N.N.\V., fine; Port Stephlens, wind N.E., fin? Port MIacqurie, wind N.W., fine: nBalliun, calmn, bar smaoolthl.
SMALL DEBTS' COURT. (Before A. A. P. Tighe, Esq. P.M., and W. Robson, Esq., J.P., and Alderman Kippax, J., P.) CHRISTOPHER HALPIN v. JOHN GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
SMALL DEBTS' COU7T. (Before A. A. P. Tiglh, Esq. P.M.,, and W. Robson, Esq., J.P.,and Alder 1mn Kippalx, J.,P.) I CHRIBTOI'IIEII HIALPIS V. JOI.N lOnDON. In this case plaintiff claimed £1 10s, as the price of a lamp alliepd to have been sold to defendant. Case dismissed, as the lanp was sold to Mr. Gordon, by the landlord of the louse, who had a olaim on the lamp for rent due. II. ASRIMAN V. ISAAO nROtINS. No appearance. lOBEURiT CAMPllIEL V. W.M.,WAnDiE LL. Postponed until the first Wednesday in May. JOHN J.OIINON V. JOnu nonINSON. Claim for 8S. Sid., balance of account for meat sold and delivered.' Mrs. Johnson appeared for her lius band, and said that she would have paid .ho account long ago, but the ment sent by plaintiff was not fit for use. .Plaintiff said that defendant had tiever complained that the meat was unfit for uose. ; : Verdict for. plaintiff, for Gs. S8d., and O(s. costs. SAME V. ROBIERT; BELWOOD. ; Lefendant' did not appear; and as the bailiff was not .present,' tn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
N'otice to ConkstitImamts. XV], "?i] ( lf/l o Frfrn'i'ld. in! liallmnd, Zxun[bt(JII) llnd othelr placcstht , 11( xm~twVithsltand=ll ing ti ,otcnibe, 'nhing of ar iratinta )lhin.a, tin' UttIHIlNGO WVIIlt, Ii I)OSNl IN WYALILq iND), AS USUAL, aind nor tti. TUIINEII will nrcnnia order Ifnr ADVEXTEITIStENTS nad JdOl l'IINTIN'i, lp. o I.:p I p.n. daily. Mn1. i'UINEIPS'Itar a,,,nt Oflice will In a.t nIr. ALNWiCIC'S, Jela?ao-lrant, next tih Nornthumbnn Land Iaotal, wltnre all Advertisenents, Ordner for Job i'linting, &c., nlay bn left; anat coapies of tit, '"NZ:WCASTa , a: MIOanlSat, liaIAL) nan .t.na?':, Aa'n Cna'I:" ObLatlied. r ,ob 1'intinal ot evnny desrniption will be enecuted witll granter diaalath tlhu hIilthrlto. J. N. SWEET, Rroprictor. 24lth 2?Iarcl, 176i."
Waratah Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1876. Before A. A. P. Tighe, Esq., P.M., and W. Robson, J.P. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
Wa~ratahl Polic)(out WVEDNESDAY, ,\,r'l 5 1876. Beofore A. A. P. 'righo,Esq., P.M., and WV. Robson, .1. ABSAULT'r Joseph Bonn was calhd to answer a charge of assoaultig his nmlther, Eliza both Bounn Tlhere was no appearance of the parties, and the case was struck out. William Richmond was coarged with unlawfully detaining property bel o)ging to James Batten. • Complailnt dfd not appear. Other two cases wero ,called and struck offl' for the same reasbn.
WRECK OF THE BANSHEE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
WRECK OF THE BANSIHEE. As many of our waterside readers, and others, well remember the Bansheeo, for merly tender to the Kemble, we re-print the following account of the wreck as des cribed ill the " Cloveland Bay Express," of the 29th nilt., by Ir. Elliott Mullons : 'f All went well till noon, when tlhe wind increased, and by 3 p.n. it was blowing a furious S.E, gale. .At about 8.15 I heard the awful cry " Wo areo going ashore." I was reading in thle saloon at the thne, and jumped up and rushed on the main dock. The rocks wore right .n-head--about forty yards distant. At tlhat.instanlt we struck aft on a rock, pi)assed over it, and went right ashore broadside on to the rocks. There was no confusibn,:thiough the sea was breaking over.part of the vessel. I ruslheod on to the bridge, and takingc ad vantago of thile roll inshore of the vessel, junmped to a rock, but was immediately washed away to one lower dowi, to whichl I masiaged to cling, and then scrambled iup unlurt. I turned rou...
Newcastle Quarantine Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
iNewcastle Quarmantine Ground. Ix a port of so much importance na Newcastle and where numbers of ves sels from foreign ports are daily ar riving, some after long voyages, it is a matter rather to be wondered at that a suitable r·eepltacle for persons suffering from inf'ectious diseases has not before this bocn provided. We are, however, pilesed to note tlhat Dr. 1. Harris lhasi since his appointmentt as Gove'rnmient Heoltlh Oficer bcen striving with cont mendatblo zeal to secure at suitable Quarantine Ground and Contagious Diseastvs Hospital. Immediately after his alppointment as Health Officer a ease of orysipclas occurred on board an Ameri eo i ship. The Ilospital authorities, _:tlng in accordance with their rules, could not admit the patient, and he ihad to be taken to private lodgings where, to use )t. Harris' own words " he died through want of proper attention such as a hospital would afford..' This mat tor was represented by Dr. IHarris to the Government, and ihe was supporte...
Government Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
Government i azectte Notices. TENDERS INVITED.--FIoI the erection otf Engino louse, Boiler H[oune, Smoko stack, inld Hydrsulic 'Tower, for Hydrauilic Cranes, Bullock Island. I.tlsT.loAn.-Mr. Cornelius Dolohery lhas been :appointed Registrar of Births, Marriages, and DeaLths, for the district of Mlajtland. A Scotchman asked an Irishman, " Why wre half-farthlings coined iln EIlglanld ?" Pat's answ'er was, "To give Scotchlnmen an opportunity of sub scribing to clharitable insititutions " T'e 4essol recently anchored off Sandy Point during thlq gales was tlhe C~astlc H-olm, losidd~d with ridilwihy iron. Tun clephantl howdal in' wbhich tihe Prince of W\ales madolis entrance into Bareda was of (jne gnohIworth 3.)0,000. The elephant trappir.ngs wern of cloth qf gold, andi the' iinimml, lileo tlle fourteen others in tlihe procession', was beautifully painted and othcrwise decorated. Sco,'i won a Goon , Volce.-Thero wans a French singer, oitlh h tretimendous voice, who could not discover wha...
Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
li~a'utobn blialers. Tuni Usual monthly meeting of the above nueners was held in the Druid'o Hall on )\'cdnesday evening last. Mr A Sncudlen in the chair. Thn miuntee of the luat meeting were read and con firmed. Cor.erowTo. - Proposed and se conded-'- That a collection be mnade for William Davis, who is inable to work, on tle-first pay day, and that £5 be advanced to Jacob Hall, who is also sick."-Carried. 'ForLncn. ANro. Ti.I .Et.-Proposed and seconded-' T'lhat the Secretary write to Mr* Crodacec, asking himn to keep the ftirnace on at night as well as tho day time; also, that he beo re quested to get the timber cut the right lengths."- It was stated tlhat the air was very bad at mornings, and that tihe men led 'mich difficulty in setting their timber, as it wans not cut in proper lengths. An amendment was moved Thai the above requests 1 o conveyed to theoManager by deputation, and that the ('oummitteo form the deputation." PsiZt BoY.-It was stated by the Ohaiman, that complaints ...
Terrible Dynamite Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
Terriblc Ibynamite Explosion. TnE details which have been revealed concernig the dynamite explosion at Tremrhavc?s nro terrible.. Therc secnms no longer any doubt thalt the infernal inacehine, whose untimely explosion wrought such deadly ruin, was designed for thle destruction of the dlosel in mid ocean. The sickening necounts of the scattered remains of mangled victims at ir?rdierhavon give some idea of a scene ,hich msight have occurred with added horrors on the deep waters; and only the report " missinfg" cone back to wnir ing, anxious friends. Even now it is not certainly known how many human beings were blown to attomat in that horrible tragedy-for lacerated limbs and f'rialees masses of flesh were strewn tsr and wide--but the number killed, missing, and wounded is about two hun dtired. 'Thie wretehel pilotter of euch ruin seems to have been stung with remorse at the sight of the ghnstly catastrophec, and shot himself, but lived long enough to reveal his guilt. A.cool aud deep-...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876
Death. HUBBARD. – On Wednesday, April 5th, at Victoria-street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, EMILY AMELIA, wife of JAMES H. HUBBARD, Esq., of Hunter-street, Newcastle. The Newcastle Morning Herald AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, APRIL 6TH, 1876.
Hospital for Contagious Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
Hospital for Contagious Disceases. THE following has beenkindly handed to us for'publication :-- lIeport of the MlediaeStaff of the Nevcastie Hosplitrlsoasa "prioposal for the Govern mnent to erect an hospital for colltagioes diseases on a nportibn of the groralt of the S Newcastle IHospital. . " Tihe medical staff beg to acknowledge thle receipt of a letter addressed individually to eachl member, from thoe committes of manage ment of the.Nowcadtld Hospital, stating that thie Government purposed building, at once, an hospital in Newcastle for the reception and treatment of pbisbns suffering frbm contagious diseases, and have appointed a board to select a suitable site for that purpose. Tile medical board have boon requested to meet to consider aid rbport upon thle question-' In the event of a.portion of the Noweestle HIospital grounds bhdiigfchosen by the board appointed b~y tile Government for that ptuiose, if any objection will be raised against thie new building being erected, th...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APR[?]E 6TH, 1876. (Bfore Messrs. Shaw and Smith, J.P.s.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
-NEWCASTL jI LICE COURT. Tnunsunxlu Ai (lTaI, 1876. (tllfoan sL,?[ Slisw ind uiith, J.Pa.) tlti aCtI NPS. Five ofender? wet, lealt with. DISOR~ i0i.tY CONnoea. Henry CouliteI hergel i ith disorderly conduct on the anrr .sta (i1s the ilth inst.; pleaded gi.:lt, :.el se, aidiedd to pay a Lfine of t10 , r t?t r itisoned inl the lock up for i? i . Thomas aRiled itih resisting Constable Iarrit ? hlexecution of his duty, on then , was convicted, and ordered to I 'e of 10s., or to impristone: for 4 o the lIck-up. ' "cI5UiL5 IILi.it; a LIORLSE. 'Hei ITMtYlarrie sC d with cruelly ill-treating a hot fIuter-streCt, on the 4th inst., i gt in us otnmibus ivitl a s-u'o sh ,ll ] -r. CnlEp I fpnce, statod that .:os.,iot.?,? is had. sodre shoulders, buitt ifedit was mnerely running it in the 'bus fo. an hour ovory day *or every second dsy, so that the shoalders would be hiarsdened. The Benchl decided to take evidenc iii the case Constable Tlihompson deo scd : On Tuoes dan last I saw a horse .hln.bus...
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
NEw INSOLVENT.-Snnmel Blahicl, of Minmi, near Newcastle, aInto of Rlynioid Pldrilace, suijicr. Causeo f ac*questiattin, pi~kibisc ii~ fifulily, &c. eLiilitics, £36, ]6s. id.; agstts, £31 . Deficieony £33 i10s. 2"d. Assignco, Mr Lyons." AOdIDENT AT IitANXTON;. · A telC grarin ii yesterday's " Mercmry." says:-- At lialf-pastpi one o'clock thli mornling tlhe. LRev. Fatheor Barron eit 'With a serious aicident. While riding hoime frolii Greta, tho stirrup liatherl broko, I and .colso quontly hlie was tlnhrown violoutly to the ;riiriiud, oustaining concussion of the lbrain. Di: Schulioen was sent far by the policb, nid' Iid him removud to the Presbyitcry. Later in the ; day Dr;: Pierce wias sealnt u1 by Fathlci THaluJ, anlld 1ith gi'tlohuri i eet in clitohidltatiol, and agree4 ii diiignposiil the casc. V We dse it stated in a Chicago paper, that a featuio in the observoaec of New Year's Day in that city was the general absencac of wine on refreshmenc t tablcs The F?me feature owas...
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
5210 NEW LAkMBTON. rn .TurE CcorrnEaa'.-The pil ha. lin idlieall day to:day again, an them is nd prospect for to-morrow: i For several monthl pjaurt .'of niori have boon cnginged ,driving, asxhaft freen thie new sihlking pit, to the bottom" of tlie eonginie liobmis It'iis li?nooea wonok attendod with pIlhlcli .jflioulty, qh 'acount of :wnter; and teltroub)9 pf coniducting anir for'thio mion. It was bowever holed to-day, ind will ndw sooni beopened out, Tle objddt of driviing. tliis dtift is to' imp?do tlhe leintilation, aRid todihhblb'the manager to'ueioply'ceith .thd proVisidons ,f the Coal 3ninn nRodla "tion Bill when pnssed. 1 ".WXrn;-Theo' ihnabitanite of PsNew LaImbton.have boeen very ladly oilff for w.atore during this week. Oi account: of 'the pithavihng been idle, thi ater tanis have only beeonup onco ; eamo? heIrve been omlpeholled to carry waten froai: tlM tnskis.on thin Lnhmbton railnayk )., " April (tlh, 1876.
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
WARAT21 Ln oTuRn ? e. -M[artin, of Sydney, delivered a lecture onl the Solar System, in Mr. Tuirner's Assolubly Rooms, : on Wednesday eveninig. A A. P. Tighlb, Esq., P.M., occupied the chair, and thei' were a good numbo?e prcsent, wlio sceined to appreciate the discourse. e Tt OLR. -orrc . Tlee Tonnel has only worked one day this week, but thlei'o is work to-mnolTow.. "f , '-i Punnce Sonoon Coxona ar-'I beg, to remind your readers tha't the ablove concert will take place in the ;?chool-rooin. on to-morrow (Friday) evening. A sp lendid progranmne has ceii provided, and it only needs 'a goodtLhuse t9 minke t the afnir successfiul. Par#ts hould nbo forget that .the 'proreceds iit to be devoted to providing eidays amnusdnent for.tloheir c'Ohildrebn, and theiefore shoidlnll d allrthe assistanice in tlieir liower ! to swell theu amouint. R. W. Mioody, Esq.,.will pre side, and Mr. Peter Young will nact s eondiitot' to the juvenile clioir; wholi have been intrusted with the heaviest part of...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
*' SHIPPING IN PORT. SIIIPS. * ~ Stris. , Bossuoet, French ship, ,750, Guignon. C.F. Stokes & Co., agents. ,.B"i.' ]anqons. S Arilvar, 858, Burns; stream. Bingle, White, and Co., agents. Alphington, 326; No. 1 Crane, loading 4?0 ..tons Now Lambtoa coal, fotbr Hongkong. R B. YWallace, agent. .Blenheim, 575, Garner; R. B. Wallace, agent. Chepica, 446, Jones. It. 1t. Wallace, agent. Delta, Evans; R. BII. Wallace, agent, to sail Sfor San Francisco. Especulador, 262, Powell; J. Veenman, agent, North IHarbour, to sail for byttelton. - Europa-American, .138, layo: No. 5 crane, Sloading Wallsend for San Francisco. It. B. .'Wallace, agent. Frowning Beauty, 265; stream, laid np. Hero of thie Nile, 256, Dugdale; No. 7 Crane, loading A. A. Co. for Wellington. R. B. Wal lace, agent. IL D. Brookman, American, 687, Tyson; ballast jetty. For Singapore. . F. Stokes and Co., agents. Luteken, 40o, Lesing ; on Patent Slip, Stoclk toh, for repairs. C. I,,Stokes & Co., agents. Marie, Nort...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
L4MBTON, ITHE CorLLIEY.,-- Thoro aro gravous complaints, amongst the ti cblut tho slacknoes of airhi thle pit, cieciially at mornings. This is said caoed through tho e furnace beinig d at nights, lvihng-the air staguait morning. ~o furnace is not st umtil about the thme for tihe pit to m1nce work, consequeitly tho minini go in early to got thlir coal ready hl work for three or four hours 'in this nemt air. Thd objrct of damping the inmeo at nights a to ..avo a man's we which is but a loor excuse for poiso the imen with thi filth whichl is acce lated in the mininduring the night ti A deputation hlebeen !Ippointed to upon Mr. Croud:co, requesting li.m keep the tires oit it night, the sammne the day time, audio doubt hlq will their request, swhic is, porhalps, tlhe reasonablo that coull be nmadel. Pure is thie most vadulab boon than can given to tho miner,' ad I am sorry to that they are too caroless in loo after it. TnIE GnRETA OmslToN.-.At miners' imootilng, 'hlold In last night, ac ...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876
; , n SYDNEY. ' (BT ELETRIC TELEGRBAPH.) ARRIVALS. .APBIL 5." , ..: :Cityyof Melbonrne (s..), from Melbourne. Civility (s.e ), from Macleay. City of Brisbane (.s.), from Prishane. .: , i caiyi. Bock, brig, from Hobart Town. Leichardt (s.s.), from Brisbano, APRIL 6. r,. ,Southern Cross, schooner, from Wide Baj. R ',;C...... DEPARTURES. APrnL 5. \/Sonierset (s.s.), for Cooktown. + ":A Firth of Forth, barque, for San Francisco.