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Christ Church, Newcastle. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
OhCJist Church, Newcastlc. ANNUAL MEETING. THE annual meeting oftho Illembers of the Christ Chls:chi congrgation wa~s 'heold on Tuesday evening lIst, in the Christ Church schloolroonm, Bolton and Church sti:eets.. T'Ihe Rev. Canun Selwyn accu pied tile lchair. ' In opening ti" moeotie , tile Clairmann s?aid that they hid oaie mdsrie mnt to receive and icss tho Churclhwardens' atccounts for thd past year; to elect chlurclhwirdeus for tile edming year;. and also to elect a Parochid Council, accord ing to the pi'ovisions of tlr Ordinances of the Synod. .Curtain accouhts could ba sub Ioitted, but they lhad rcfence nieoroely to tile burial-grotild fees anid thle pe n'IentS. Apart fromn this there 'isao thIe accounts of thle Parochial.Coniuncil.i Captain Weathelril readlthle usual statsu nment of accoults, wlic0 showed tlht during tile year tile sumn f £249 12s. 8r. Ihad been received, and £1I0 5s. expionded, leaving a balance to the ciadit of the fund of £590 7s. 8d. Mr. T. Olackl asked ...
Small Debts' Court. THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH, 1876. Before Messrs. Hannell and Smith, J's.P. O'SHEA V. W. H. WHYTE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
S ilall Debts Court. TurtiSDA, APR 20am, 1870. Befor" Meessrs. Hannell and Smitlh,J's.P. O8HJSCA V. W. , WHYTE. Thi s was n action td recover £10, dan ages alleged to have been sustained by plaintiff by defendant nmt purnuitting himl to conclude a contmrct. Mr.' Capper, for the tdefence, objected to plaintifil, who was only 10 years of ageo, boing aIloweCd to asneuo for dau"ges. Had it been a debt for wages it uould havo lIoeen diffbroent. MrI..V Wallace, for rlalitifr, reialied. STlhe Boenchl uphold tl.o objection, and riduled that they had no jurisdiction. A similaur easei--alsv. Whyto-was sitnuiam my dispiosid of.
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 30th, 1876. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Smith, J.P's DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TTHURSDAY, APRIL 30th, 1876. (Before MIessrs. Haninell and Smitlh, J.P's DnRnKErNnESS SOne ofFniderwas puilcs l. BlREACH0 OF THE PIUBLICANS' AUT.: Joseph BroWn was cliargcd with keep ing his licensed hlousei known as the Vic toria hotel, Blano-street, open for the sabl of liquor at an unlawful hour on tile morn ini of Sunday last. Mr. Georgo 'Wallac appeared for fli prosecution. Constable KnIight deposed: I knowa the defendaint ; hle is tihe proprietor of the Victoria Hotel, in Blano-street; on th~e morning off the 10th instant I went into that honsse, in company with constable Skinnei, we went in, at about ten .mliutes past twelve o'cloclsk; I told the defendanlit that -it was past twelve o'clock; there were teon or twelveo persons in the bar andul bagatelle-room; soene of tleom were drinking i't the time we wore in there ; in reply to what I said, defen dunt stated tlhat hie was going to turn the gas off; I waetouit of the house ; hle did tnot turn thegas o...
PARLIAMENTARY LEG[?]SLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
PARLIAMENTARY LEtU'SLATIVE ASSEMBLY. wVEDNSDA.Y, Al'ltlL 1 "0. (From our'Special Correspondent.) : - MisNI'reTis stated. in naswer to jueao tions: The total ainoaint'o debentures issned on account of sewerage and water supply for the city of Sydney was £117,430, the proceeds of which, amounting to £4(1.260 1a Gdtl, were expended of thlese works Tho'interest on these loans to 31st Decembeor, 1875, ntamounted to £207,117 14s 8d. In addition to the debenturec issued for sewerage and wnter suplply, £40,000 wns advanced to the Municipal Council of Sydney in 1875, as a temporary loan, The interest on this amount to 31st December, 1875, was ;£186 Gs. Ten architects wore employed under the Council of 'leducation, and during tb past live years £2612 17s 9d was paii by tioe Coonoil for architects' ser :vices. About £200 was the cost o preparing the plans; specifications and estimates for the proposed iro wharves for tho Oircular'.Quay. Tw of the truateccsof the NewB outh.Walch Savihngs Bank w...
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
LlAI'TLAND. "IIITLAN:I) RIAOnas. -TIo fillowing are thob 'Sydnoy cnltriOes for the Mlait lanuld Races :--Maiden Plato: Now Hol land. Clp : Valotta, Prince Chalrlio, Stirling, Brunswickl, MIiss Kingston, .ings. borougl, Clifton, Now Holland, Erii, Sun. light, 4.thos. Selling Stakes: T'i'io Aco, liolo, Prilnce of tValen Stokeso: Thio Ace, 3fplqo Town Plate: Express, Saladig, Gullor llose?; Sunlight, Apology. Duckonlield Pa.k Stakeso: Prinico Chll: io, Voaltta, Stirling, Brunswfoki; Miiss Kingntoh, Eflpress, Saladin, •Kings: borarigh, Clifton, New Holland, Elin, Suli. lighlt, Atlhos. FlyIng Ioandicap: Valetta, Prince Chlarle,Exproes, CGueldor Roan, Sun light, lRataplan, The Cardinal, Apec,,'. Iaitlnol Mile : Sullight, Anlogy,; Ilatapl:ian, Th e Cardinal, Valotl? - • i41 ilR CounT. - The follow a list of gaol canon awaiting trial at ?oittings of tlo Circuit Court,coniommenc -o.day, at East M?aitla?d, before 3Mr. c 1g Jldge Dirvis:--'Thomas Hydo, mur ]? Henalry Oaing, oppot Daniel Keoffo...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
SHIPPING IN PORT. SoeIPS. Bedfordshire, 1155, Warren. R. B. Wallace agornt. Balast jetty, to lota Wallseind Corona, 1199, Stroclian. I. B. Wallace, agent. btrean ; to load Lamboto Commnonwealtl, 13-5, Cooper. Bingle, White, nnil Co., agents; to load Wallsecld, tor Soan Froacisco Conflict, 1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co., agents; to lond, Messrs. Brown's Ellen Goudey, 914, Perry. R.B. Wallace, agent; to load \Wallsond Invorerne, 74-4, Foreman. Bingle, White, and Co. agents Olive, e4, Davis. Iingle, Whiteo, and Co.,, -agents ; ballast jetty ; toload, Messrs. Brown's Saliobury, 1095. Case. B. . Wallace, agent; treamn Sir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J. and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to load, Mlessra. Beroan rWarwiok, 1005, Tizanrd. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; at jetty, to load, Messars. Brown's; for San Francisco BAIQUEgB Adela, 353, La Brun; J. C. Ellis, agent Agnes, 211, Smidt. Stream, to load for Adelaide Atrdoucrai, 19, 'Trcvitt ; G, oIetson, agent Ardvar, 8.8, Barns....
NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
NEW L4gBTOV. * 4ME PO.IIOI5W&ING.-Tli j allfteranl, a child, aged twelve monthls, belolging to IMr: J. Thomas, leto manager of New Lambtonn wos drowned in a olo in thle crek. Thle child was missed, and the mother and her oldoiet son seaircelledfbr it, when they could not see it. They tllhen got a pole and pelted in the hole, which is about five feOt duOep, whehn the body came to the turfaco. Au hnqoluest will Ue held at Thlomas' Sportsman's Arms Hotel, this aftornoon at threeco'clnek.
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
JFAMlBTON. GRAND CONoElactT.-A grand vcocal nd ihistroimental concbrt ad Ethliopian ontertai.n mont will eo held in the Druid's Hall, Lamb. toll this (Friday) ovening, for tihe benefit of Ir W. Thlonpson. A first-.class programmeno ,as been prepared, and iall other preliminaries arralged for making the entortainment as successful. as it doeserves to be. The only thing wvnting is the patronnge of thi pnblio, which will no doibt bo extended with tiho sanme liberality whih chlaracteriseos oiall movements of the sameno doescriptioil in Lambton. QuoIT MATOIL-A q(olt match for £20 -sido will be played at tihe rear of thie Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock Hotel, Lanbton, on Satlrday next, boti'oon Jonathan HIendeor son and Oharleso Wright-dlistance 18 yards, elay ends, 41 points up. Those men have clmot on two previous occasiois, and have each succeeoded in scoring a win. This match is consequently for the chamnpionship, and anu exciting contest is likely. to Ibeo tilhe conso qlunce. loth mecn ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
MEDICAL. R. F. WV. REAY, AS A e r ~k _ I~"· FMT. UBEAY, Mecdical Botanist Of upwards of twenty years' standing, Ileepectfully informs the residents of Nowcastle Wa lsend, and Hunter River District generally that he is practising his profession with that MAIRKED SUCCESS Winch has made his namo so popular on the Gold.fieldsanl in the Coal-miuaiig districts of New Soluth Walds. The supenority of the system of Hlerbal Treatment over all others is now acknowledged by the leado ing memlers of the Medical Faculty all over th world; antil the cry is-Oar Mtedicines are "Purely Vegetablc!" Professor HuxicY has demonstrated in his work, "Protoplasm," that mineral substances cannot be administered with benefit, and that only after Nature has transmuted them into plants are they good for either Food or Medi cine. Enperience tnaught Herbalists this great truth log blbro the learned Professor dis covered it for himself, and none have had clearer and more conclusive evidence of their ellicioney tha...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
CITY &l)DISTRICT. REVIBlIoN o0 EfLECTORAf ROILLh. A Court, for the purpose of revising tile Now -astlo Elooectoral Roll, was held in the Court Honse, yesterday. Messrs. James Hannell and A. H. Smith, J.P.'s were the revising magistrates' Mr. Hannell occupibd the ohair. The list was read through and seveial names were added, in ao o:dalnce with appli-. cations. Te-day the Nortlmmblrirlandl Itoll will be read over, and possibly a few names will be added to it. WONDERFULLY NARROew EscCAI'. A mnan named Cheosterton narrowly escaped being drowned aut the A.A. Company's shoots yesterday forenoon. It appeanrs that Ihe was walking along thu edge of tihe wharf, and being under the influence of liquor ran against one of the stays of the shoots; this apparently stnnned him slightly for he rooled and fell into the water. He cannot swim, and fortunately some men who wore coming down from a light in the stream, observed thie oc. urrence, and ocame to his assistnuce. When they arrived at t...
TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
TELEGRAMDIU WEATHER BEPORT. April 20oth.-Sydney, wind \Y. cloudy; sea smooth. Kiama, wind W. cloudy. Wollou gong, wind W.fino. Jervis Bay, wind W, fine. den. wind S.W. flue; seao smooth. Gabo "sland, wind N.W. fine; soea smooth. Port Stephens, wind W. finn; sea smooth. Broken Bay, wind W. cloudy; P'ort IMackay, wind SA.1, dull ; sea Imooth.
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (rnaeu OUn sYDur comIsIUrow?OmENT.) TuE opening of a branch of the Savings bank, at the Shipping Oflice, Newcastle, is gazetted to-day. TnsErailway authoritiesare about to intro duce a new carriage roof lamp. to burn kerosene oil; The lamps are manufactured in Meldourno, anl are a great improve ment upon thle railway carriage lamps at present in use. A trial of the new lamp was made to-day, amd resulted satis factorily. ITrALAN inunigration has been.brouglht beforetthe notice of the public, by a meet iilg, at the Agricultural Society's Rooms, yesterday, and it is likely that a society will be formed to induce Italians of a desirable class to emigrate from Italy to New South Wales. It is blieved that if fair inducements are offered hero that the Italians will come in large numbers, and settle upon our lands. Another meeting is to be held on tlhe subject. T~Tr political wiseaoro, Mr. Stephon Scl?oley, must certainly have a bee in his bonnet, which is depriving him of ...
NOTICE TO MARINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Tile following notices, received from tho Government of Queooensland, arm published for General informaltion, by order of the Colonial Treasurer. Sinall lightt lat ustard Hiead. On and after the 3rdn proximo, the two small lead ing hghts which point out the position of the Outer Rloek of Bastord Head well cease to be exhibited. On and after tbhatdatethe too nooear lpproach of vessels to the rock will be shown by a single light exhibited from a qunre tower, 18 feet high, placed 500 yards S E. by S. from the principal ight, and 280 ft above bigh iraterlerel. Betwcnen the barings of S by E. S E. and S.VW. S S. the light will be of the 5th order, though the direct flame of the lame may be also seon us far southwards as a S.W.'by W. I W. bearing. and also from the westward between the bhear ings of S.E. and E.S.E. The light is en ahutolf by a screen as f?o be obscured betoween the bhear ijns of S.S.\V. and S. by E. to a distance, at half tide, of 1 inil outside the ro...
TEMPTING PROVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
TEMurPTiNGo QVIP~DEVn.*-.-Jn Would tltlllk that a mni who had vaited from | ome after having embezZled mioney from lis nem ployora would not temljt Providoence 1j bshow. iug himself on a pier at whichl anyboiy sen. after him would probably land. This, hiow ever, is just what an iilividtial namod Thoes. Cameron Cloe did oln i [onday. Having forged a receilpt for £252, and embdzzloel £23 "2., ,whhilst accquitan)t for the town of Piddlostloiouglh, in tilo North llding of Yorklshalro, B e~qrted for4uimtralb iit thib shlij Highllyor, under tlmo nane of iGasoeiglno. On Monday lhe must needs go down to tlhe fand ridge pier to witness the arrival of the liimil steamer, and wias inunmmeirliitely identified andl arrosted by Sergeanut Aseho, of the MiddlJe hIorgl)gh police, who had been soent out to look aftor 11him. lIt is lstated the total doficioenoy in his aecoItnts, uip t5 lecaOtLeegy Slt, amounted to £2403. Stoeps will be taken for li tranus mission back to Yorks~hi'e,-New of the Week, A...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
SHIPPING. A?u-'-%s )?ORT OF NEIWCASTLE. AltltiV&LS. AraiL 20. Adela, barque, .5), Lo BruDn, from Sydney; J. C. Ellis, agent. uoatlorn Cross, schooner. 158, Campbell, from Sydney; 0. lhIn agaulent. Aidencrai, bru, 5, rrevitt, from 1el bourna; G. aowison, agent. E.J. Spenee, barque, 396, Gill, from Mel. bourno; Captain, agent. Co~nrwlan. COASTIlF-.D April 20. Bymhln (e.s , Colleroy(s.s), Scoria, brig, ntl Yibilia, from Sydney.. SIay, from Porl; Stephens, cargo 13,000 feet timber; [arile, brig, from Syduoy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
* . SHIPPING. 1TEWOASTLE ST3AMSIIIP COMPANY. LN " (LIMITTu.) EASTER .tOLIDAY.Si Randwick Races and Exhibition. The S. S. KEMBLA will run at S NGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, fo.. Three (3) Weeks, from. - THURSDAY, ISTrt APRIL. S SALOON................ 12s 6d. .STEEltAE.;.............. 7 6d. Leaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday excotde). Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.ni S (Sunday and Monday excepted). 4irTickets available up to FRIDAY, I lvn .AY (both days inclusiDvT). ^ "*^.. H. D. rORTUS, & ' Manager.9 TO0 -woastle, 10th April, 1876. 193 riwa 'SULLIVAN AND .-CO.'S PATEN T SLIP, NEWCASTLE. '. PS of the Largest Olasi taken up for RKcAlR8, RcE-OLA S1NG, SURVEY, &e. ) ,? Iron Ships clbaned. Shipwrighlla' and Smiths en..' ark performed. . -Spa-s nnd all otlor shlp's mtatrlnlrsn-hltck An Fzperieceoed Diver, with diving appa T ' . O'ScLLIVAN & CO., ProUpietora. PUBLIC NOTIOES.' NITOTICE--AII kinds of Onrden Seeds for t.LN Sale,...
DEPARTURES. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
DEPARTURES. Anril 20. You Yangs (o.s.), for Melbourne, via SydnOy Molrose, barque for Nelson Canny Scot, borquo, for Nelson. Island City, barque, for Lyttleton Smiling Morn, aschooner, for Adelaide ,,snet, French ship, for l'otropaulovtki Neptune, brig, for Wellington CoAovsrwm. April 20. Kembla (s.s), Gemn, William, Eagle (r.) and Coonanbar (s.s), for Sydney,