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Waratah Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

Waratal-r Mihers, Tue? above miehrr held their nenal monthly meeting in the iRechabites' Hlol, on Tlhursday evening last.' M[r. T. WPinterolttom, in tile chair. The minutes of last meetilng were road and confirmed. . DISTRICT ODUBINESS. * The Delegate thoe read tile ininutes of last Delegate Meeting, which agere discusseed nd fiinally adopted as read. MRn MIEREWR?TIIER'B ADDDESS. One of the menbei's objected mOst persistently so the miners of thlls die trict presenting Mr. 3lorewether with an address. The meeting did not seem to'be of the same' opinion, and the discussion weas allowed to drop. arrnar Folq ." h IER?AY. Thie senle individlual then anquired of tho COhiirmhn thle reason that the general secretary did not attend tlerir meetiegs. It wes now, he said, more then. six neonthes since they lad seen the secretary's face. The Oliairnian esa;d that at the Tast meetieg, the delegate had been in stricted to esic the reason of thiegenerel aecretery's absence from their mdetings. The...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1876. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Smith, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

Nlj~VO4S,~ Q'LnFI1. LICEI COURTI~ FRIDAY, ARIuL 21, 1876. (lcforo n?.Cros. IlRadll ond Smith, J.P.) anT?RUn sNNrSo.- ? Four uoldro. WeII !calt with. EonscEn LANonUAE--One ofibndor was I ?losd los , "and? 2s. Oi, costs." "Woss.--,A case against William Rus ocli, for refusing to pay to Robert Craw ford the sum of L5 alleged to be due for work and labour done, was postponed until Monday neit,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

WANTEDS A PPRENT[CES WANTED to the Dress making and Machine Working Apply to Mrs, JACKSON, Dovilrc-strcor, Lain'tie. 529 - ?TANTED, a Good GoneralServant. Apply Mto Mrs. RIoCHARD READ, Bolton street. " TANTED, a .LACGESI IST , most be c used to Colery Work. Apply at the Door.?zre~o Cor~,san. 806 WT ANTED, TWO TURNOVERS to the JOB PRINTING BUSINESS. Apply to the Olileo of thinPopor. ?tt AT I)D, AT GRETA, ,n AGENI' fo "I' theo alecla?e Moroing IJraht ns d Misers' Advoceste, who will see to the prompt dsclsliry oi the poper every morning, act as correopondoit, eo., ac. Apply at once to J. K. SWEET, TENDERS I)oportssent of P'ulllic \\'orke, Harbours cod Rivers ran.he, Sydney. Apr 1Io0th, 1816. rT O 1 T IL D E R S. lENDERS will be received ot this ofco se til I1 o'clock, a m., on TUIESDAY, nov 2eol, for the erection of the Engic-houso. Rsdler-houoe, Slotko-etvck, nUd llydraUlioipOweafror llydas(a, lie Cranes about to be erected st Bullotk lland. PRons ond Specification aIo he seen at Ith...

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Exhibition at the Public School, Greta. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 April 1876

Exhibition at thre Public School, Greta. Foe some time past tile minds of our juvenilo lady friends have been in a state of ferment, anti wondrous were tile stories told us respecting the mar vels in needlework which they were an coniplishing i~l tbe shape of frucks, piitafo;ea, wool work, &o.; howoner, the labours of busy miilde and niinblh lingers were brought to a close, andi the climax of pleasing excitement and flnut terin'g of little hearts was reached on .Easter Monday morning, by tbe open. ing of the (reta Puolic School Eslhibi tion. shortly after ten o'clocl onthat morning the .school play ground was alive with romping, rollicking, fun-lov ing children. As our. ancient .village has not yet reached the c digitly cif a municipality, we were un able to have a -live :aldermau to do the honours of. the opening, conse. qnently- the show commenced withoul the usual imposino formality. "Your ower" being an especial favouiri',e of the ladies, was at once supplied with .a cha...

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Advantages of Gas in Private Houses. (Continued from Saturday's Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

Advantages of Gas in Private Houses. By J. O. N. BUTILER, F.R.A.S. (Continued from Saturday's Issue.) It is easier to talk, and to write, about ventilation than to give any general directions for rendering it in all cases. perfecot If its principles were understood, and a few of its elementary phenomcua acknowledged, the difficul ties of the case would be lessened. It happens, however, that so great is the diversity of opinion, and of practice, on this subject, that the plain aed intelli giblo intimations of natural processes, and which are our only safe guides, seem to be overlooked, or inverted, or for gotten. The object to be attained is the withdrawal of the heated and vitiated portions of the atmosphere of a room, and the simultaneous introduction of an equal quantity of fresh and pure air. This should beo accomplished by a pro cess, certain at all times in its operation, but sbilicieently under control as to be adapted to changes of temperature, of weather, and of seasons. Mor...

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THE [?]NTED HOUSE, OR [?] SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

NTED HOUSE, on SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. Br Mr.s. J. l. ItDDEr.IL, AUTeOR or A LIFtr' AbSlZE, GeOeOtG GIII, &C. " COnaPTER III (CONTINUED). She had never been there since Colonel Morris' tenancy, or she cor tainly must have seen something worse than a ghost, a mlan anxious and ready to rob an orphan, and she was going to add the widow, when peals of laughter stopped her utterance. Miss Blake had no faith in ghosts resident at River ?all, and if anybody was playing tricks about the house, she would have thought a lighting gentlemnu by profession capable of getting rid of theo". " Unless hlie was afraid," added Miss Blake, witi withering irony. Then up rose the opposition counsel, wl;o approached her in an easy, conver. sational manner. "And so you do not believe in ghosts Miss Blake?" lie began, "Indeed I don't," she answered. " But if we have not ghosts, what is - to become of the literature of your country ?" she answered. "I don't know what you mean by talking about my country...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

WANTEDS. WTANTED, a YOUNG GIRL, to attend to children; also, a SMART YOUTH, aa boots, and be useful. Criterion Hotel, New castle. 348 W?T ANTED, a Good General SERVANT and;HOUSEKEEPER, who would be willing to assist in the care of four young chil dren. Apply at onooe-B.E.P., HERALD office. 346 WT ANTED, a COOK and LUNDRESS, to proceed up country. Good wages given. Apply, Monday or Tuesday, to Mrs. C. H SIDNEI, Perkin-streot, Newcastle. 343 AN'tED, a Tidy, Activo GIRL, to wait • at table. IRS. GIBB, Apsley House, 342 Newcastle. T ANTED, a BOY, to make himself gener Sallyuseful. Apply to N. ELLIOTT, Buteier, Morehead-street, Lambton. 341 AN'TIED, a SMYART LAD, who ran ride well, and be prepared to deliver the Newrcastle Morning Herald where required. Apply at once to this Ollice. W ANTED, TWO ACTIVE CANVAS SERS for the Book "Trade. Apply E. J. CLARKE, Hunter-it., Newcastle.; 344 W ANTED, a BRfACKSMITH, must be usedto Colliery Work. Apply at the DUCKoeFIELD COLLInRY. 8' V TANTE.D,. TWO...

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SATURDAY, APRIL 22. GARROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

- SATURDAY, APRIL 22. aAnROTTINO. Patrick M?aguire and John Long were charged with assaulting and robbing Hudson Earnfred at Newcastle, on the 14th inst. Prisoners were undefended. The particulars of this case wore pub. lished at length in our issue of Monday, April 17th. The prosecutor, a seaman of the steamer Tasmania, was drinking with the prisoner Maguire at various houses in Newcastle on the night the offenoe was committed, and was in his company in Blane-stroot, aonr the Tattersall's Hotel, when the prisoner Long' drove up in a cab; Magnire hailed the cab, and he and prosecutor prosecutor got into it; they were driven to Brown's Victoria Hotel, in Blanc street, where they alighted, and in coin pany with Long went in and had some drinks. They then left the hotel and prosecutor was about to walk down a lane near the hotel, when lhe was warned by Maguire not to do so lest he should be robbed; lihe however persisted stating that he could take care of him self, when Maguire sprung ...

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

MAIThIND CIRCUITr COURT. (Abridged from the lMercu!ry.) THE Maitland Circuit Court openedat ten o'clock on Friday morning, at East Maitland, before his Honor Acting. Judge Davies. In addition to the cases tried, as re ported in our last issue, the following were disposed of: nAPE. Patrick Morissey, on hail, was charged with having on the 17th day of Novemn ber, at Dampton, in the colony of New South Wales, feloniously, and violently assaulted one Eamily Chalkley; and tlhe said girl did, violently. and feloniously iavish, and, against her will, carnally know. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Wisdom, in struoted by Mr. Abbott. The Crown Prosecutor opened the case to the jury and called Sergeant Zglinicski, who stated that the prisoner was given into his custody on the 18th December by the father of the girl, for committing a rape upon her. The pri soner stated to him that it was a made up thing ot his wife, that it was more likely to be a person named George th...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

(nT ELECTRIC TCELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 21. Diamantina (s.) from the IManning River Royal Dnke, schooner, 105 tons, Williams, Cleveland Bv Civility (s.), from. the M?alesy River 20th instant Barrabool, (s.), 588 tons, from Melbourne April 19 Tasman (s.), 491 tone, Lyon, from HobarL Town 18th instant Henry Lippitt, schooner, 700 tons, Howes, from New York 14th Janary . maily, brig, 268 tons, Sutherland, from Ade Ioieo 10th instant Isle of France, barque, 312 tons, Le Brant, from Adelaide 14th instant Queen Emma; barque, 340 tons, Captain Carey, from Geelong 18th instant Dunkeld, barque, 099 tons, Dennett, from London 9th January April 22. Platypus, (a), Magce, lifroi RichmondRiverl

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A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. THIRD DAY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

A. J. C. Autumn Meeting. From St H. Herald. TIRn D DAY, FRIDAY. Yesterdiy being an "off" day, the course was not so well attended as it was on the two previous days, though there was a moderately large attendance. His Excellency the Governor, Lady Robinson, and suite, were present during the whole of the 'lay. The racing was quite up to the average, and some of the events were cry closely contested. Taken right tlhrough, the " ring" lost on the day, and the backers had decidedly the best of it. The rider of " The King" was fined £5, and disqualified for the remainder of the meeting, for disobeying orders at the post, and for jostling Southern Cross in the first race. The following is a description of each event: The hSe' Produce Stakes.--A sweepstakes of 10 sovereiens eadh, half-forfeit, 2. sovereins if dechlsed by lsit arch, 1876, with 260 sovereigns added. Seond bhose 1i and the third 5 per cent. on the gross amount of the prize, to be deducted therefrom. Seven furlongs. Mr. C. B....

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

MELBOURNE. 'ARRIVALS. April 21. Hero of the Nile, from Newcastle City of Melbourne, from Sydney April 22.' Looh Tay, from Glasgow.

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

PARLIAMlVENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAy, APnrlI-21. The Spcaker took the chair'it twenty nine minutes past 4 o'clock, and there not being a quorum present, the Hop~ 11l d, journed until 4 o clock p.m. on Tuesday next. The foll6wing inoibers .wore o.in their places :'- Messrs.- .Robertson, '-Lbcas, Lackey, Davies, Goold, Burne, Cameron, Terry, Jacob, Clarles, Hay, Farnell, Macintosh, Soholoy, Leary, Parkes, W. C. Browne, R;. B.' Snidh, and Driver. HBRALn. The Atlantic " New Era" boasts of a beet twenty-two inches in oircumference : That's nothing; many a policeman in' New York has a beat more than a: mile in circumference. " Descon,' said a Yankee minister,'after " heavy sermon, " I'm very tired,'-" Indeed," replied the deacon; " then you'will know how to pity us,"

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DEPARTURE. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

DEdPARTURE. SApril 21. Dandenong (s.), Albert the thoe Good, for. Sydn y 3. JI. Gibson, for Newcastle. "The Narrmissio coal N s g traushipped 163 tons 'aur steamer Louise, will, er termpor ,4rhaul, proceed to Melbourne. -Herao"l. Captain Forster reports that the -Ottawa schooner left Brisbane on the 20th February, with a full carmo of general merchandise, in cluding a quantity ol timber, acids, and kero aeneu on deck. Cleared Cape Moreton on the 28th, at mid-day, with a fair wind ; at 2 p.m it came on to blow rather hard from the S.E., with a rising sea ; at 6 p'm. the wind increased to a frekb gale, with a hielvy cross sea ; at 10 p.m. the 'windd increavsd o a strong Fale, the vessel laboured heavily; at inguoght .was twenty miles S.E. of Indian Head ; it was then blowing a hevny gale, the sea latoured heavily aboard at timnes, making na clear brenoh over tihe ship, and filling the decks ; knnoked away the bnlwarks to free the decks; but the vessel become unmnnangenbl with the larg...

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Newcastle Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

Newcastle I5orolligl CoIRncil., Tun following is the business for this. evening, Monday, April 24th:- To confirm minutes of .previous meet ing. .. - . Correspondence (includingpetitions and. reports) and orders thereon. QUESTIONS. Alderman . Hiltsnoll to ask, . . .... ; 1. WsLt tnLouslL" tillYcl "expeflded" recetly et iths iltOseetuon of ciolton andi 'inutc-lrst-rccts.* 2, SI y whnuao autlhorityc was this money expended. •Aldormani Thorn to miove--' . Thait tieo rslhiston pieesd ly this Council, iu refer ence to tl retmoval of tle sa ld- ii Derby-street, .... blo now rseinded, aiid thlat .tenders be cslled fort tile remnonl of.tlle sand-drift in Dsrby-streetsnp to tle 17th lstut . . . ..... .. - rMOTIONS PUISIUANT TO NOTICE .... lThe Mayor to moveo- -- . Tlint the estinates propircd by thlo Cosmittee of thl W holobonow adopted, snd that iun accordane' l thelaoith tlo efollowitg lsill be thl estimates of . this Council of tlhe p Iroiblo mouoint tlhat nll be cqu'icd for tile now carro...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 22ND. BEFORE Mr. Hannell, J.P. DRUNKENNESS. Five drunkards were dealt with. THREATS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAnnY, API 22ND. BEFORE Mr. Hannell, J.P." DUIINKENNESS. - Five drunkards were dealt with. TIIREATS, Thomas Murray was charged witlh using threatening language - towards John Edwards, on the 20th inst., while on a voyage from Melbourne to Newcastle. Mr. Nicholson appeared for the prose. cution. John Edwards, seaman, deposed: On the 20th inst., prisoner told me that if he had to wait twelve years he would mark m ; I am chief officer of the barque Sea Symph, and prisoner is an articled sea man; he also used other threats, and I apprehend personal violence fromn him un less restrained by this'court; I entered a charge of prisoner's threatening nme, in the log book; the book is signed by the cap. tain, and was read over to prisoner; he made no reply to it. By prisoner : You said you would punch my head as soft as my body. William Henry Ford, master of the Sea Nymph, deposed: I recollect last Thurs day, the 20th instant ; I heard the prisoner threaten the mat...

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

W~ARATAkA - WARATAI COAL Co's LAND SALE. The sale of the aboro Company's land at lfcispbonry Gully, or Clharlestown, as tho now township is to be called, took place on Satur day as adlvertised. On the arrival of tho train from 3aitlhmd a special train started from the Wranttah 1 Old Tunnel, bearing nearly throo hundred persons, both mnale and female, for the sale ground. The train proceeded down the line to the junction, near the Now Lamb. ton Smelting Wrorks, had then entered on to tlhe now line, mand went onto the nearest point to the now township. After arriving on the ground the auctioneer, Mr. 3d. Moore, of - fMaitland, read out the" torms of sale, which were one-third of the purchaso money to be paid at once, and tho keenainder in two instal. ments. A privilego was given to tho minors in the Company's employ to pay £2 down and the balance of the one-third purchase money within six. months. F1romn tihe very com mencement of the salo the competition wtsas spirited, the prices fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

To Corresplondents. TO facilitate thee rl uaetion of btEinTc S in hconn . tion with this jou8 al, correpouudents willplease attend to the following instr ctilm :--Addressu lettera or quetioans, inteoedt for insertion, to the Editor; advertisements, to the office; aud other letters of a privntil nature, to the larties for whom intendeld. ATTETIOXO to this will frequently save trouble, and causeo matters of a buslaess nature to he more promptly ottendud to than would otherwise be the J. .. .SWrEET, Proprietor. ieotto ANe Aevecr&e Offlee, 19th April, 1876. Notice to .Constituents. WSE wish to inform our Friends in Wallseto' ' Lambton, and other places tloutnotwithstand ing the ostensible removing of our l'rlnting Office the 1'PUBLISHI1NG WILL DE DONE IN WALLS END, AS USUAL, and our MRt. TURNEIIRI wilt receive ordler for, ADVERTISEMENTS and JOB PRINTING, Dp to 4.w0 p.m. dully.. Mr. TURNER'S Temporary Ofice will bo at.Mr. ALNW.ICK'S, Nelson-street, next tile Northlumber land Hiot...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

SHIPPING, PORT OF NEWOCASTLE. ARRIVALS. April 21. Amnhert, schooner, 162, Berry, from Sydney. Veenmnn, agent Fairy Iock, brig, 192, Wilkinson, from iydney. L. B. Wallace, agent dPrlm 22. Catherine Jane, barque, 371, Walters, from. 3?elbourne. J. Veenman, agent ,Lady Franklin, barque, 235, Payne, from olbourne. 11 B. Wallace, agent ,.nn AMelhuish, barque, 3t4, Chadwick, from Wellingtols 8th instant. Captain D. Williams, ýgent Cuarah Ann, barque, 4C9, Booth, from Mel. "a'u,. J. Veemnan, agent April 23. Barrabool (s.s.), 588, Paine, from Sydney. W. 11 Smith, agent Ohlivia Davin, barque,-523, Lo Neveu, from Melbournc. Captain, agent 'rospuector, barque, 235, Black, from Sydney. Captain, agent Firthl of C yde, ship, 824, from Adelaide, i1th hay, wheat, and flour. 0. F. Stokes and Co, ta^ents Maria Y-asi, barque, 385, Dowe, from Me! Ik.nrne. Captain, agent I\\ressel Castle, barque, 316, Irvine, from 31lluourno J. Reid, agent l sr ata, ship, 627, Pearce, from Wallaroo, with copper ore. G. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876

SHIPPING. 'EWCASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. NE? ASL - ( LIOITOD.) . -'Sydney Exhibitlon I The S. S. KEMBLA will run at S:NGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL FRIDAY, 12TH MAY, INCLUSIVE. SALOON................ 12e . d. STEERAGE........... ... 7s6d. Leaving Sydney Every .Night at 11.30. p.m. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 n.m (Sunday and Monday excepted). IL. D. PORTUS, Manager. Newcastle, i0th April, 1870. 193 'SULLIVAN AND . CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. StilPS of the Largest Class taken op for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &c. ` Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrights' aild Smiths i ark performed. pa-? nnd all other ship's materials in stook. d serieuoerie d D ivetr,, _tllliv?g appa .tu? ,n hand. r " . T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietors. PUBLIC NOTICES. 'ATOTICE--All kinds of Garden Seeds for .LL Sale, at T. SNEDDON'S Store, New Lasmbtoa. 05 V ACCINATION.-Childron will be VAC CINATED FREE OF OCHARGE, at 11 o'clock, every TUESDAY and FRID...

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