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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
WANTEDS. .'??T?NT FDn a. Resim tnkl OE YIBT SERVANi'. Aploly to ?[s. "lhNEI, White Horse Hotel, Dnrls:ystret, Newcastle. 308 A PPRINTLORS WTANTED. Apply to M Mrs. JACKSON, Devitve.strout, Lnmh. ton. " 29 XV'tANTI.D. TWO TURNOVEIRS to tile S JOB PIN'I'ONG IIUAINES.',. Apply to the Ofioo oa this Paper. SAN'T'PD, AT GllPA an AGESP fo • thoe .N'cwatlb Mmdnob g ?craml and Jinlero' Adroct, whlo rill sea to the prompt d.lh ery a the p?apr every morning, oat as -'orrosloondeob , .&o., .ho, Apply ot once to __ J. 3. SWRET.I W ANTED, for WARATAEI, an AGENT, . to deliver the Newcastle Mlorning crald a lnd MiJter' Advoate. Apply at oone to Ollice of this Paper. BRowN's DUCKENFIELD COLLIERY. Waulte4 Immedlatexlo.ly, 100 MINERIEnS. Apply at the Gollierv. I- JAMES & A. BROWN. __ LOST .: OS',n BAY HORs.E, branded 'R on near I shoulder. anli small star on forehead. . D Ol\IltTON, Waratah. 303 ATHILETIC SPORTS. JJAMB ION ATLTHL(TIO SPORTS. POSTPON IE F NT. - The rboroo Sports (which '...
Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
Lesiabtoln Miners. A SPECIAL meoting of the above miners was held in the llruids' Hall on Wed. nesdayeovening, Mr. J. M1'WVilliams in the chair. COflRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from Mr. Croudace in reply, to the one nset by the Sec, retery, in reference to the had ventilar tion on account of the furnace not being kept on at night, and the irregular length of the timber supplied to the miners. Mr. Croudace in his letter regrets that ha cannot agree to the mena' reqnest to keep the furnace going both night and day; but expresses his willingness to start the furnace at 3 o'clock in the morning. He alson agrees to acceed to the other requests of the men, anent timber, &c. Proposed and seconded, that we accept Mr. Croudace's offer to start the furnace at 3 a.m. Carried. DIeSTeICT eUINESe. The minutes of the last delegate meeting wyere then read and dlscussed. Moved and secoesded, that we ap prove of the action of the delegates as regards the Greta men being accepted into the U...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
'u the ?dilur u f the NVewca?stle Moiniing.lerald ua'nd Miners' Advocate.) - Sl.--1- read with considenrable surprise in 'our Inrst, ?.?tulrv'a isre tlhe soenlled uteount o ' er S?zet matc nilayed at Heslhsn, beitweens tim bU:,,mi and Lam bt~i n C'rcleot Clublr,whereiil it is haoln that tho hiumi team won by 3. rtll11 i. . S Y'he fullowing .is a true version of the mntehlo:--Our respctlive uaptainal Iving madle thle following preliionaly alrrangements. viz.: let. To pliy for a alil: 2nd. 'lho stumps to be dinwn oat 5.p m, the gameo commenced, but as pou have alreadv published an account of the first innings on both sides, it Is ut.neeossa-y that you shouhld lo o ogain, suallee it to say the O.Mhliimnilteio threli runs ahead. We then ml journed for lunch. Immediiatel afterlunch the Milirni team wore' sent to tihe wickets for tlioir second innlings, ntd scored 40 run... Teio Laolb:on 0.C. then went to ithe wickets for their second inni ge, and had, for the loso of 2 wickets, scored IG...
Randwick Races. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
Ranuiwick Races. Tile meeting was vell attended, thle day being Cup day., His Exoelluony the Governor and saito arrived at half-past 12 o'clock, and was received with cheeoors. Flying Handicap, a handicap sweepstaknes of 5 soes. acll, forfeit, with 50 seovs. addd. Weights to be declared on the day pre ceding the race. S mnile. Mr. J. Wilson's br.f. Briseiso, 2 years, 7st. tubs. .... .. 1 T. Mayo's eh.u. Express, 6 years, hst. 101bs, .. .. .. 2 J, Eales' ch.e. Rataplan, 2 years, Gst. 81bs. .. .... . Seven started, Won esily by ~ three lengths. Time, 1 min. 18 4-tenths. Autnmn Maiden Stakes; a sweeoopstake of 6 sovas each, half forfeit, with 100 sovs. added. Second horso, 20 sovs. from the lrize. 1 maile. Sir H. Bobinson's b. c. Clifton, 3 years, 8 at. 9ib. . . ".. . 1 MIr. J.Tait's b. a. Connaught, :l years; 7 st. 12 lb. .. .. .. 2 B. iiehards' br. a. Loeonard, 8 years; 7 st.12 lb .... . .. 0 Four horses started. Good race. Time, 8 min. 16 sees. Breeders' Plate, of 20 sovs eachl, 5 f...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
THE AUNTED HOUSE, On THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. Br itas. J. II. IIDve L., AvrUoa or A Lts's ASSIZE, OSo08oti GITrn, &C. CIOAPTER III (CONTINUED). " And Mirs. Morris," I suggested, leading him back to the banks of the Thames. " You mentioned some shock " Yes," he said, frankly. "She mot the same person on the staircase I saw in the library. He carried in one hand a lighted candle, and in the other a bundle of bank notes. He never looked at her as he passcd-never turned his head to the spot where she stood gazing after him in a perfect access of terror, but walked quietly down stairs, crossed the ball, and went straight into the library without opening the door. She fainted dead away, and has never known an hour's good health since." "According to all accounts, she had not before, or a good temper either," I thought; but I only said, "You told Mrs. Morris, I presume, of your adven ture in the library " "No," he answered; "I had not; I did not mention it to any one except a brot...
REFORMING A SCOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
RIpyoneItNG A ScorD.-- In the early o:iod of the history of Mellhodisml, someo of Mr. eagayns oplronento, in tJl ecess ' of teuir goal agarnst ertohasiaom, took nrp a wlhole uiggon. load df Methodists nid carhied th,'l bIeore a juatieo. When they were ra-rked wl0, those persons had done, there worrs on awkwanrd sileiwe.; at JSdt ote of the rcclorer. sl, i Wh, , tlero p etend to in pletter thall other people;: aud, besidea, tlhey pryeod liOrn moriain to night." The magistrate asn'ed if they h4 done any. thing CeI. " Yes, sir," soid an ol mro, .'l r't pleas yeour worship, they converted my :ilo. Pill alt nYlent among thenm shre had a tonogue, and now nhe ia as quict as a hamb." "o Carry them back, carry them bh)ck, carry therm baok," said tile magistrate, "and let them concort all I the neolds in the town " J
Mr. Dion Boucicault at the Grave of his Son. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
Mr. Dion IBoucicaulmt at the Grave of liis Son. Trre interment of Mr. William John Dion B3oucicault, son of the colebrated dramatic nuthor, and who was killed by the collision of the Scoeoh express with a coal train on the O-.N.Rajlivay, Eng land, took place at three in the after noon, and was attended by strong expressions of publia cympathy. Tho coffin wee covered from end to end with tastefully designed crosses of cut foswers end ferns, and theec, whan in the grave, wore augmented by many exquisite wreaths and bouujets. It was followed by Mr. Tion BUocicault atd lis son the father and brother of the deceased -as weU as by muany of their intimate friends and relatives. Amiongst the mourners was Mr. Clarke, thle Lineoln shire gentleman with whom the poor young man had been staying just prior to his death. Many of the byatanders werp weeping during the readiing of the burial servioe, and their sadness was not diminished lay the excessive grief that Mr, loucicault displayed. With his...
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
L'arliamentary. The Assembly sat till nearly eight o'clock this morning, when MIr. Dibbs withdrew his amondment for intercepting supply, intend. ing to bring it on again. The Government would not condrsond to reply to Mr. Dibbs. SThe Opposition wore enraged at the con. temptuous silenco of the Government, and refused to go to division, and talked against time all nighlt, being unable to obtain adjourn mont of debate.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. Received 9.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
SLATEST TELECRAMS. (FRno .oIt PE nxuAL COUREFPONDfLMT.) SYDNEY, TnaunsoA. leceived .30 p.m. Seven thousand people nttenutled theo and wick Racos to-day. .Tlero was groat excite ment over the Cup race, which was won by an outsider, Richmond was first favourite, and ran fifth: Robii Hood fourth. Fiftoeon started. A. T. won conifortably by a length; he was at ten to one in betting. Valetta made the running most of the distance, but A.T. came through at the turn into the straighlt, and out the others down easily. Maid of all Work was second favorite, but was beaten off, and had no show. At the Parramatta election, to-day, Mr. Hugh Taylor was roturned.
Coroner's Inquests. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
Coroner's Inquiests, TuIe question of what is a Coroner's duty, iu the event of any doubt existing in the minds of a jurynas to a verdict, has been made the subject of much dis cussion lately, the public mind having been aroused on the occasion of a decision awarded by the Sydney Coroner. This gentleman, finding the jury unable to agree upon a verdict in an inquiry re lative to the death of a newly-born infant, dismissed the twelve of her M?Ljesty's liege subjects, known as the jury, and then made an order for the body to be exhumed, and for a fresh jury to be cmpanelled, with a view to a fresh inquiry. Thlo unfortunate neces sity that seems to ecist in this district for the incessant services of a Coroner demands that the gentleman holding that office should be fully qualified to fulfil such a responsible position. This week has hardly been entered upon, yet two deaths have occurred which have necessitated the holding ol Coroner's inquests. It becomes then a matter of importance th...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
To Correspondents. ro1eitor. TEO filito t0 tNOtiOn blin in Onnce, -i. nith thi jourl il, c1o9r.pondentn ailplc tttnd to thevfollowing inntruetituh :--Athll tters ANDI MIINERS' ADVOCATE. Ir uetl tmDAY, afPr l1cton, 187.to th itr; Ildverti~ementa, to thle otieo; tlult "othecr letters of u private ktature, to the g.trlcse for whom intendedl. AI-rZ.nTo. to this wrill frequently ?xvo trouble, ann enato nmrtters of a bruinre..? nature to beo mot, promptly- attendedl to thanu wvuldd otherrwise bo thoe J'. ?M?. S?VEET, Prprietor. IIatt?Lo n.,n At, ocrre Oflle, ., 19th April, 1876. AND MI?IEBS' sU)VOCA.TE. :FBIDAY, XPRILa 21sT, 1871).
New Lambton Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
A sPcarAt .tMtI?'t of ti?e anove lilners was..held sit Hlardy's .hotel. at three o'clos-k on Thutrsdny afternoon. Air. U. H1olland wan votid to the chair. SECIRTA.RY. ''Thle COhlairlnaun said thllat as hlie seer tory elected at the lest mueeting had declined to take the position, it wonld thtereflro be thlci tindty to elect another secreotnry at the present nmeetling. Mr. J. Dotinelly wis then appointed sccroe. tury temnporarily. 'The mintost of last mooting were read and confirined. COIIIIESPONDENCE. A letter was then read from MIr. Johln lippon, tendering his resignation as checkweighlnlan of the miners of Now LaltbtoLI col;eryl; atd in doing so, thIanked tile miners for tlheir matny ancts of kitndness extended to hlim. whilet holding the position for thie last five years. Thie resignation was accepted. EhECTION OF GIIECKWEItltANos. Thie meecting then proceeded to elect a successor to [rL. Rippon. A speaker saidhbefore electing another clheekweighman Ie thounght the scale of panyl...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. Tun rumoured rctiremslet of thile Reverend Jnaes Greenwood frmn tile' pulpit of the Baptist Church, Bathurst-stroeet, Sydney, cannot fail to excite considerhble discus sioln in religio and political circles. It is not long since the Rev. Charles Clarke, a Baptist minister in Melbourneo, of even greater celebrity, as an elocutionist, t!lan the lte.v J. Greenwood, resigned his posi tion, and entered the lists na a travelling lecturer, in whlich vocation he has becn il particularly successful. Is there anything of a dispiriting or Pharisaical character amongst the Baptist dliaconate in 31el bourne or New South Wnals that has a tendency to drive away from its church some ofj its best menj? I should hope niot. Even if such should be the case, tile deacons must le the losers. Ir. Charles Clarke maintains as nmuchl popularity as a lecturer, or rather reader, as hlie did as a Baptist minister, ancd having had the plea sure of hearing himi in both capacities, I plainly avow ny ...
RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
* .ThrnispuvlvE Jusaioce. What is popularly termed *poeticl fostic" is ootimore frequent occorrenc than is generallyosup posed, and aoninstlneo lately took place in a locality not a hlnssdred miles sistant4rofr A' dlr. Telt InldrPanecslit state& tha8t a. is. ctell, i 'a transport ou inillqotiost at Ilor daegbtcr marryiecg withoit her conseet, sold cattle belongoig to the soid doughter; '.0nd (1 loetod the proceded, leaving the girl poimiless. But rotribotion waso t hond. ors. Eowtelli not having hIeard ironm herhus band for ninetacti ycars;o `ro about to fill op the vaconoy iso Iesr matorao bosom by tslsing silto herself anither~eoth sionsa-assindividusit swhlom sohe lied beorpse dsertl enaourd -aien, at ths eoloeioith &lojlc' id jiust'weic s'itterd sore baecoaisseg intensely sintereatiing, the dlangroccable Btcwtoll, toisli great cbuRpIt of Mrs.13., tsniod op andfpnt a stol to tlpe pricdings. i O cOtufesseo he ohldsahlv le playcd tIhe part of a eccod Jiilo i'Ardeol,...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
SouTrt AsUTrntuar STATISTICO. Mr. Josiah Iootlhby, thle well-known G(ovmern smont statist of South Australia, has prepared a statistical solteh of that colony for distribu tion at the Centemnial Exhibition in Phila. delphia. Within the compass of 66 pages are comprised all thie material facts which illtus. trato the progress made by South Austrolia aince its foundation 40 years ago; and its pre sent position is thus summud up by Mr. Boothby:--Fifty thousanud men support thrice their numuher of women and children, occupy 200,000 square miles of pastoral country, and possess 6(i,000,000 sheep; e?yn (,000,000 acreos of land, land grow 12,000,000 bushells of wshot : onductt an oxterlea commerce of .50,000,(9)1 storling, gotd raise £1,0(lo0,000 of revoluo. This is what the AImerieans will call "a good record." A gentleman one eveningo was eated near a lovely woman, when thle compapy around him were proposing eonnslramtsa to ealh Other Toenisng to his coopanlion, he said '" Why is a lady ...
PERNICIOUS JOURNALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
PEnNcolous JOUaNAlr.sTT.-Theo fI, jowtig card has just beei isa-ed from th? ? flc( ef the San Franciaca News Letter, which a deocted itselfo toatha ergoaiur? of swindlei uak ,d.oLnIa; &.9. :--l' Soeilal Notieo: .Wu' have thaand it atbsl[it ly .ecCssaory to .establiSh the lbllowing roles and regulatjona of the San F,ranieiseo Letter of1ee, andl to wlieh the attetlol of thip ,ablia is ewrnestly invited. Stoakhrokers cano nterview the fighting 'editor of thi pau r hercnatter on Moalay only be t aeeIi alo.m nil 4 p.m. Totlsd yo will hbe d?evotod exehsilvply to the motliel irofes.io; waoclia: illenlbera of which will Lo slaughtered reolsely in the order of their appearaneo 'Iherdiwillbe no partiality shoeivr in. th;i r 'sltct wllltevr r 'Wednesdvays, meplhlers of tue Ilord lof Su.pervision wiil a killed, as weoll opsolihoniia gpfioaieliy." Tlihcr,da.ys, 4l?', tciihiur¢hatc., an e oil ptIep firaclo will ho aih'on" cod to Sploidye ailli be osaigled ellticrl. to lsdcc l who-havoa br...
Co-operation in Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
SCouoporttiown in s Nwceastle. ON Saturday aftornoon, the mnisifieent nedw buildings erected in Waterloo street and 'lthornton-street, for .thebo Newcastle branch of tile. Wholesale Co operativo Society, were formally opened. They have been built to ineet tho increansing roequirements of tho society,, vhiose success since its formation shout four years ago has beon somthlinig unpreoo dented in the history of federative coso;cration. 'n the firt six months tihe society turned over £32.270. In its first complete year, ending Octohober, 1872, the trade had grown to £154.470. In the second year it inereased to. £3385,481; in the third to £401,263; "nd now in the ibuith year of its life (ending Ocetober last) its. annual turn over iea·hed tlhe vast sum of £471,047. .During. lie twelvP years the parent Wholesale Society, whoso head-quasiters are at Mlanchester, has been in cxis tewice, thletrade that has pessed through its hanuds reprensesn the enormous sum of over nine million of pounds ...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
To the Editor of the Newcastle M?orning flerald and Mliners' Advocate. Sn.--ln answer to Mr. Vickory's letter in the .illttland Mlercury of the 18th inst., I'merely make a fenw remarksa in reference to somne p r tions of Mr. Vickery's stetement. Mr. Victkery states ie was relnctantly persuaded to purhasse the Greta mine, which proves to my idea that Mr. Vickery has oeell overbardeied by misre presentations, and that he was rather hasty in accepting the same. Hle goes on to say that after due investigatihin, he fnds becan'work the mine prontably, antd that by lowering the regu tar price paid ny eveory miniig proprietor in the district. 1 iton't mean to say fotr mnoment MI. Vtickcr helieves in low (rages; hut I meat to stato heIo has heen misled entirely by somet selfish alid unpralictl inlto it mnilersa, Ieause nmillers knew better tlhn introdet o sauch diabolic I raise hoodis, such as the ense of getting coal at Greta. These informters must lhae beeen n'.rkiag in the softest place i...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
COR RESPONDENCE. [lotiti ,Ir~ltiootlly oolodmtool ttot we do not - ideotif" urlr c~u with tho opiulono expraoood by * our orrespondonts. -Al communmcotions muot loovo thoe nmes omod olzreoes of timwerrittre atichrd, not ocrrurtrliy for poblcaticot, hut u uo - unntoof go faith. c Vo. dou't bcio lllo no bourting Ietters when teo"y oppeor ti othcr papcmalao. i Itectod co mmonicotons will not Loc rtun?,,?l.]
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 21 April 1876
FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friends of the late Mr. HENRY STYLES are invited to attend his FUNERAL : The Procession to move from Mr. Fletcher's Residence, Platts- burg, Wallsend, THIS (FRIDAY) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock. A. T. JENKINS, Undertaker, 314 Lambton and Wallsend. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;