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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
* SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 2l. Anti, barnue, 277, Dyson, from Jdelbourne I2th inst. J.. C. )ib:s, agent Aunic, schooner, 201 1kin, from llockhamp ton, 12th inst. J.C. Ellis, anent Sea Nymph, barque, 24t9, Ford, from Mel bho,~a 15th inst. C eanmnonanddCn., gents Isabilla, brig, 268, Friend, from Sydney. B. B. Wallace, ageat Lady Turner, barque, 340, Vincent, from .ydacy. C. F. Stokes osd Co., ageont Arrgoaute, French barsune, 502, ArnaudJfrom New Caledonia 12th ist. Cargo: 69 tons salt. 0, F. Stokes and Co., sgenls Sparroablmwk, barque, 445, Garrioob. from Slelhoaruou 12th inst. R B. Wallace, egent al'ace, barque, 329, Duncan, from Melbourne. I.t . Wallace, agent. Fairy Rock, brig, 182, Wilkinson Amolcrst, soloooer, 202, Barry CO.LlTWxSa April 21. Sloitlonol (s.s.), Kemhla (s s.), Lalla Bookk, Wosiora (s.), Saxonlia (s.), nod Colonist, from Syulney; Village Mlaod, from Lakse Mseqsar-e, with 2000 feet timber: Alert nod Escort, from Sydney. .:_
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
I," SHIPPING. " S?WOASTLE TsAMSHIP cOMPAINY. (LIarris.) SA ST ER rI O LlD A IS I "'sk Races and Exhibition. , S. KEMIlA vuill run at S.?LQ? i fOR THE DO'BLE'JOIURN EY, for ir yeeka, from U RgDAY, 13Tn APRIL. ONlbe Od. · i oIoA..E..... . aO... ·d. .ti Synevery Night at 11.3Oji.m. S?aturday and Sanday orceptod). .Neoavastlo Every .Morning at lO a.m: Mon,,day and Mondy meopted) d tll tts available up to FRIDAY,ilrn ? Lh days inolusivo). - ·· : r, D. PORTUS, l l0 IrManager. I tle 10th April, 1870. 1:. 193 ol 'LTLVAN AND Co.'s ho1b A T E'NT SLI P,. NEWOASTI?. itof tha Largoat Clas takon up far ELr C, RE-LASSING,; SURVEY, &c.. sn s cleaned. Shipwrights' Lnd Smiths -rmed, or vd all ather elp's mnacrials in stock. , oeieoed Diver, with diving app. y~ Tac 0 SULLLVAN &CO., -.' 00Preopulatora. L V,-UBLIO- NOTIOES. li 3.'CE-'-.AI kinds of Ganrden Seeds for Use t T. SNEDDON'S Store, New lIfINATlON --Child.ren will be VlAO . -NATEDFRe E OFCIAIGIi, ao t lI STry 'PESDA¥ and FRIDAY, ...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
• SHIPPING IN PORT. -,, .++. ... S ls. , " " + • led-fordlshire,.1155. Warren.. 11. B. Wallace scnent; for Sin Franbiseo; No. 4 crane, loading 'iallsenrd 9, r C?.bona, S1199 t rSlraban.- R. :B. WVallace, l,.gent: Steenam to load lIm'oto , ,aomonwealth, "1345, Cooener. Bingle, White, and Co.n agents; ton load Wallselid, for Siih FrancisCo . ,?Conliot, 1871, Hardy. Binlea, White & Co., agenosa; to]oad, loasrs..lrowan's coal -llen Goudey, 914, 1'erry. B.B. Wallace, agent; to load \allsond Invecerrne 744, Foreman. Bingle, White, and CO. agents Olive, 846, Davis. Binglo, White, and Co, sgents; ballast jetty; toload, Maeser. Brown's coal .Salisbury, 1055. Case. R.1. Wallace, agent; atreamr .Sir Lancelot; 886, Hepburn. J. .cid A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to load, Messrs. IleowVn a coal., " .-.r SWarwick, 1005, 'lGurd.. Bingle, White, and CO,, agents; at jetty, to lnod, Messrs. Brown's ,;an lor. San Franaiaco .• ... .'" BAOQUgK : Adola,.553, Le Bran ; Ballast jetty. J. O. Ellis...
DEPARTURES. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
* * DEPARTURES. April 21. - Stag, barque, for Wallaroo Lady Bolmore, brig, for Melbourneo. .CoAsTWIn. - S .. April 21.. " Colloen Ba*n, 'for Port Stephana; Collaroy (s),.-Kembla (a.), Woniora, (a.), Szaonia (a.), SMarie and Morpethi (as ), for SyJlnoy.
BET[?]RY. NOTING DIES! [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
No'ormnaa nDIs!-Tl e-lb,'-. dropmalu ,ado, . l. .+ ut +?hmtn; "na, in duanaoae-n, wit .'iaid Of N'(uam a usaao--L ta and Air and (ln "'?otbiaig dinal i o r~c dim andl pate, + ?+IILiim~l?"Itn -'H-mitin • In sapc. AII?na'a vbtl sail Obaui.na lbtiiday by dy they abhine imvain n, Night. s taaeln back again. (Noaldag dies I--TI' un doam only at, . S-,d still renmain, (eaw hamispaaereso ad, brilliant jet, Of oodnial~ lht'i~lVke . f (nw hnaours ane' - =" An uIidjsu osunaain. " rothoing dait a?-'lih?n I'r+ recdmes from shoro, lutienm remainn; _ d colroelosa, nilla amioblty roarg Aog after ago h tol e I 'onlllg namin 11. tidts baoght bock aglia. sotllog llot dies--M1,naorao prlzocalv barn ol, SSplrolbiomala. +• Sltam rbnan.V? nSna', a ?,b~l/ng ligbt theny abed 1'ro iLaon ontie?pohre?,xhbr dwell nt griea or pain, To ,,ln odlack aglail * · C.L;.
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
S " edesday. : The Koh.i-noor, from. Teow Tealand to Lahuceston, 42 days out, is wiccdbound in TWaterloo Bay; supplies and provisions lavo. booeu ent to her by tih Avoca. h'ore is little hope of any of tie salmnon ova at the icoworks being hatched. Ten short-horn bnlls, belonging to Mr. C. B,. lislhlr, !apw on view, are going to til Sydiney ExchbitiQn"i tloy gre a splendid lot of cattle, - . ". ' " "' " * ' - Tho half-yearly report of tlbe Colonial Bank shows a not profit,'including balanoo from last lialf-year of £18,740; a dividend of 8 per cent. is declared. STho China (s.) took 16,893 oz. gold, and 188,3-12 sovoeligs, Ten of the Chinese :lottery boankers and agents will be proceeded agaiunt iii the police court to-morrow. Another wwomana was found dead in the street tiis morziing. IElovon aboriginils: from (ho Corandork station play a cricket mitch against a white eleven on Friday. - ' " ; It is threatening rain. " ' : 800 bagsi of 'Now Zealand oats sold at 8s. 3d.; Taamahnihi, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
LEGAL. ? " . EORGE WALLACE I SorCuIrOn, CONrer£AnnCa, &C. lInAnCin Oi['iuIE--\VAlLSEND. SMr. T. ALNWI CK will receiveinstruc tions, andl Mr. \TVaLLACz wvill attend per s lonlay Y SL'I'L'niaAY. 84 INII 11 LE~V1:,IEN, SLL5CLITOII, COrevnnxYsOinn, Oo, 111011-TSREET WEST 8AITLAND. 38 S SOLICITOO, NiENCOMEn-ST., NEWOASTLE,. Will, iron tlhis dole, to rItciitato taking in strnctions and rtninlers in tine WARATAII POLICE CQOURT, oatend at lIAR lt!S' laOTEh, Wallsend, every TUUESI)AY, between thlo lourn of 12 o'lock at noon aunt 5 ohurlk p.m. ; and at DAWSON'S hlOtEh every \\EDNESDAY MORNING, from hilt-past Eightoe'lock till the opening of thue courL Noecomen-strect, Newrcastle, Feb. 9th, 1876. i15 M n'. w. .ULLEN and ,ILt H" IENRY BAKER. nAVe orEn.c oneoEn as Attorney s, solinitors, and Prontorn, at tho AIILL OP OMIIEROE, SCOTT-STREETI _ NEWCASTLE. Opposite thI Railway Station, M5.? MIr. WV. H. Bupna wrill be in attend. anco froam i n.m. till 5 p.m. mnoh day. , 2-2 M lULLEN &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.- The chicfest wonder modern times.--This incompnr able Medicines inorcascs the appetite strenghens the stomach, cleanses the liver, corrcels billousness, and provenls flotulenoy, periflcs the systcm, ilvigor ates the nerves, and reinstotes sound health. The cnormola. demond for thtse oPills astonishes everybody, and a siogle trial convinces the most sceiptical that no medicines equals IIolloway'" Pills in its ability to remove all com plaints ineidental to the human race. 'Tihey are a blessing to the afflicted, and a boon to all who labour under internal or external disease. The purification of the blood, removal of all restraints from tile secretive organs, and gentle aperient action, are the prolifio sources of tho extensivo curtivoe range of Holloways Pills, 'A. triumnph of Clhemislry.-.-A ? tlio chemical trilutohs of the ninot?lt, - century none has fraught weith more imn , portaut results' thau tile discovcry,. " years ago, that by oeahining wi nertain stimula...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
~THE HAUNThD HOUSE, THE STIADOV4,,krIVER HraLL. Ilr Mirs. J. II. hItsDnL, Auuaon or A Ltrs, A. a rc.. Adsza, d(?i)e GuTil, &c. OCrrIuiE I:I(JONTrrUED). Anman "f about fity, well and plainly 'dressed, wjro did ntrrppcar to be in ill. heailth??,ect whdslresomplu eion, had' a .blanched lsiok, lilie forced 'aa-kale; a 'roanof undor, 'ratl than over middle height, rot ofaSlight'?nle, but lean as if the flesh had boen wsorn off the bones; a mars with sad, o;xiora, outlooking, abstructed eyes, wvith a nose slightly hooked, without a trabe'of vhisker, With l hir thin' and 1ttraight, and flanked with ,, white, active and lithe in hisinovemonts, a swift walker, though he jad a slight halt. While looking at hitrr!tlsrown up in relief agiinst the glowrr.g sky, I noticed, what had provious.y escaped rmsy attention, 'that leo swas ak~little de formed. ]His right shoulder ros *'tther highor than 'tlhe other. Ar mroaswith a atory in his ruory, Iirnaginod a oa n who had beon jilted by thl gi...
RANDWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
- RANDW'~HIC RtACES, Tnr ilandwick races were poorly attended. tis Excellency tile Governor and "suite were present. The weather was fino and warm. .sumEs' "ossucc OTAIIE5 Clhrysolite .... .... 1 Toal . ..... ltlunster ........... -8 . WVon easily by a lellgtll and a'caLf. NegrCss fourth; LUia, last. Time, 1-i2 8-10. ALL=AOGE AccKE.o . ricsis.o ;, . , 1 IKingsboroughl .... •2 Valetta -.. -.. 8 Five sterted. Good rare. WVon. by two lenlgtls. Kingsbdrough was a Ilot favorite- five to for beinlg laid on him. He made the reliling till after entering the straight, wlien Bricsis came throught under tile wvhip and won cleverly; Velotts a ngood third. Driesie was at two to One in the betting. Time, 1 nrin; 3 sec., ollerlifth. - race nrhwncrr..· Wrangler ..... 1 Southlern Cross ... 2 Noredabh .. .. 8.. Twelve started for this race, whicrl was a splendid one, "Wrangler olely winning by a neck. Time, 2 rain. 11 see. six-tenthe. " CITY HIANDICAP,.. Clifton c ..v.. 1 Wrangler ...... 2.. 2 Duko l...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday, 9.40 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
* LATEST TELEGRAM,. (raoM, ourt srtOLAL cou~n~?rsoNDrer.) SYDNEY. Yriday, 9.40 a.m. -John Thomson, draper, Ngwcastle, charged at the Water Police Court with fraudulent in-1 eolvenoy, was remanded for a week, bail beihg allowed in a thousand pounds. . The Governmeojt officrs have forcibly taken possession of thel Netowon Toll-bnr, with the assistance of a body of police in cabs; They turned the toll-keepor" out,. and a, lively ecene toole place., The proceedings arose through the action of the' rcsidentsain the place in wishing tlhe tolls abolished. There was no quonunr in the Assembly to-night. ' iln the District Court a. case, Bennett v Dalceot, for'breach of agreement, was thrown out, as the judge had no jurdisdiction. liurglaries' are still rife in the suburbs. A banquet will be given to J; 13. WVatt on %onday week, previous to his departure for England. . Thee Dank of New England has declaied . dividend and a bonus ofl15 per cent.'for half-( a year.
(From the S. M. Herald). WEST KEMPSEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
(Fr?om the S'.'I.rL Heralcl). - EST IIEMPSEY. " . " eVdneeday. There woo great oxeitement at the sale 'of the Koinposey ferry duesi 'Alter a sharp com petitionl te. bene ~er'tlid yer'SeR . V.l~·nebLOd ,ion at;£185, its 35tRble:inoithly in advancoe, On 'thoespele: envelope being opened, the resorvo prio?w" Lnas stated not to have boeen readhed. hl'eli' sum offered weald give a return of nearly fifty per cont. per annum'on the coot o(.puet orboat, Grclt indignation was expressed" at the reusol of tlio.tinister for Works to reduce the fstrcs on petition of the residentsend on an urgent appeal of the representative. The' Civility (e.) hss ntOt left yat.
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
M"ELBOURNE. . The Eight Hour Association hold tlloir anniveroon y to-day. The streets were blocked with procesoio . . A lman lnmeod Willkisoll, inl tlir employ of M? ssrs. Stoeenson and Son, was' ciargoil with assaultinig the Vietorian Collector of Customs. The caso was adjourned for thl defenco. Brisbano advices quiet. Very unfatvour-. able ncconnts of tihe now rush at Cooktown.
"HOLD THE FORT—I AM COMING." [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
" faL. TIlE Fatoaty--I AM ComrIa." -Tir moeat poilr r of tire Sankroy hrmynsa is likely to help it candidato cho is tityrasont seelingtobo raljroelrterd aergeaentat-atna in tie American i'ongrera, T'line is Goneral John I. teorne, who eomomadeel fe divirfe(r in llrerrnerr's army, anud woa ill coenlrorl of tire for; art rrt Alatoono when fShrerinn eigrnrlhrat over tire hrerrrla of tile rebel array " Hold tli tfort, I rarr eoerriery i"--tire ireirorrit seiend lrpler arr tire mania of tire iropirlar Irymn. Gelrmral Corne, throrrgh wounderd, did bold tlr fort; rnd oneof rorr Ciricago eontmporaries rerrrars tunit, unlres tire noewe House of WVsh irgton is priieparrl to move beek on the pilitical dial tiIteerl yearrs, be will be tire coin rrinrg man in tins contrest, with ballots in plcie of ballets, Ho is opposed by an ireconeiacle reiel from M\arylnlrd, named Herrils. " H,?Lo, ill, wclrO lavo'rrou been for'a coehe baek"--I hlaven't boon anycvlero for it, nd ain't got a week baok either....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
THEaR are many who -will give M?. Dians every credit for his good inten tion in bringing forward a resolution implying disapproval of the action of the Government in sanctioning an aeree ment by which the Bank of No6w South Wales should-'possibly on account of its nomenclature-be principally en titled to the privilege of playing banker to this colony, who will hardly ap. prove of the method he took in doing it. A battle well planned, is half won, and lMn. Dnns, who will very likely be come one of the forthcoming Heaven born Mini-try, displayed but little knowledge of .Parliamentary tactics in wasting a night in doing what might have been done, with more dignity, in five'minutes., His motion, to a certain extent, commands "the sympathy and at tention of every ratepayer and business man in the colony, and there were plenty of observant men in-Newo South Wales who saw that a diffusion of the distribution of loan interest, would be better than its: concentration, Mn. DIiBBn would have c...
Latest News from Greta. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
Latest News from Grcta. (.From our own Correspoadcet.) OF late our apology for a railway statiir ha, on tile arrival and departuro of th, t;rai.sheen-a aort of rendezvous ot goenralajilaoo of meeting. O)n Tliorsa day night on the arrivaLof the evening train a' pretty fair. numhobd'-of' peonlin were eongrg?grited round waiting to heas any nows that aight have coo?o. Tw, of our bosines'- men, who had been at Maitland,.informed the byecstanders that Mr; Mbody, 'of Waratah, hled no', charge of tile Ureta mine. Upon thl receipt of this intelligenee a simul taneous" shout aroso, .mcn, women, and even. children -jojning in the glad Lcclaims. Quicl as the electric' sparl the news sprea'h through the town, and in .almist"every corner little groups could be' ascti disessieg the ncws. Mr. fHardy's large room was pnt in requisition, and quite a num bar were sJOg tripping it' on the fantostic -too, the exuberant feel ilgS of others led them to indulgein the mntsical line, for very eson. an amate...
NOTES AND EVENTS Sydney, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (FROMI o0R SYDNEY COSeRREsPONDENT.) " Sydney, Thursday night, Tne Government have given notice of motion for time sUspension of so moch lof tile standing orders as will preelmids tie psesing of another teomporry Supply Bill, so that thie Government do not expect that the Appropriation Bill will be passed very speedily. Teec Legislativo Assembly has snaie an other exhipition of itself hy sitting intil e!ght o'clock this morning, and by issdulg ing in proceedings far snore suitable for the snioking-rooss, than for the Assembly ehaneber. The dovernment were doter nsined to sseb'Mr. ' Dibbs osn his enotibn" of censore, respeeting'tho e agreinosetslido with the Bank of New South Wales; and having a large majority at their back, they ondeavoured to force the: Houes to a divisiosi sposi the motion immediately after 'stIr. Dibbs' long rassbling statesnsiet of over three hsours' dsration, came to ans end. This attenept at smnuffinig 'omit an lion. member of coessiderable isn...
Wickham Public School. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
?lickhaam Public School. CO~ilfIT ER MEEIIITRhG. A meE;Tt?N of tte Wickham Paldic School Committee was held on Ttero day evenieg last, at the Wiccham Par •sonage. The Rev. Juhn Dixon occua pied th chair. |The meeting was called to consider a letter which hod been r.. ceived by the local Secretary from the Council of Elucation, etating that the Conncil'cotld'not give i000 per acre for land as a site for a school," the price being altogether teo high. The meeting, after sonmldiscussibn, resolve] 'to-use all legitimate means to leccom plish the object in view, and the t?ecretary was ijstructed to write to M?r Upfold, a membihr of the Cpmmittee, who was in Sydney, requesting him to wait on the Secretary to the Council of Edneation, Mlr. Wilitins, in cotupany. with Mr. 0. A. Lloyd, Menmher for Newcastle, .and Mr. C. J. Stevens, meamber for the County, and to urge the necessity of having "he school estab. lishetl. A motion was also passed to the effct that the neeting should seeo the, ass...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876
CAVE ADULI,AM. THosE of my very old friends whose memory still recalls the ov-ersaldowing, sensation which followed the first pro duction "of.. "fombasto s Furioso" at Drury La?ne (and I amn afraid their numnbr is greatly limited), will .hardly forget names so dear to history as thoso of that glorious- pair of claimants to martial hojiours, Balrons Tweedledum - and Tweedledeo. The country- which these gentlemen represented, must lare every reason to rejoice in? the concatenation of circumstances which ushered into exist ence their disthiguithed names as heroes to the world. - Ii, every station of Parliar mentary life, the Tweedledum branch of the iucient dynasty has endeavonred to assoet its sway, .and immediately suchl attempt, at usurpation has been at once answered and replied to by-the' over present scion of tlhe lineago--Twecdledec. Society acknlowldges this, bouss toit thus, Hid renders tile received order of things its due homage.; but here and tbere a voice will make - itsel...