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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
SiIIPPING IN PORT. Slrrs. Bedfordshire, 1155. Warren. R.-Bl. Wallace agent; for San Francisco; No. 4 crane, loading }Valloend . . Corona, 1159, Strachan. R. B. Wallace, c. trea ; to load Iamoton Commonwealtb, 1345, Cooaer.. Bingle, bite, a1nd Co., agents; to load Wallaend, for an Franmcisco Conflict, 1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co., gents; to load, Messrs. Brown's coal I llen Gouedry, 914, Perry, t.B. Wallace, bct : to load Wallseed ' Firtl oa Clyde, 824. C. F. Stokes and Co., lnvcrerne, 744, Foreman, Bingle, White, and Co. agents nllonta. 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent Olive, 84G, Davis. Bingle, White, and Co., -gents; ballast jetly; to load, Mlesors Browi'l Salisbury, 1095. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent; ;ream tinvenas Skellettea (Swedish), 708,.Nylon Ilingle, White, and Co., agents Sir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J. and A. l3roun, agents; ballast jetty, to load, Messrs lshwaas coal S arsvick, 1005, Tiznard. Bingle, White, and o., agents; at jetty, to load, Messrs. Brown's coal f...
DEPARTURES. April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
I'ARITURES. T" April :2. S, td, forVelliagton. Cargo-700 tons SSa Nymphi bargoue, for Meolbourne. Cargo tolt tons coal Agncs, barque, for Adelaide. Cargo-400 tons coal CoAOTIYar . - April 22. Sonratnl (s), Kembla (s.s.), Scotia, Lalla lRo'kh, Colonist, Escort, and Maitland (es.), for By
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
SWVALLSEND. Pay Friday and Saturday were not such brisk days here as we have been wont-to see. Very little money is .circulating, and henco the dullness. The "cheap Jacks". cane as usual o? Friday ovening, and before they had timo to arrango their stands iafter gotting thoir goods out of the train, the Mayor, who was standingby, inforanedthemthatthey would not be allowedto vend their wares. Constable Leonard was at his post, and hlie endeavoured to impress the injunction of our municipal chief as forcibly as possible. Jack, howeve . in not a simpleton born, and although he de layed erecting his stalls fpr some timrp, and was strongly inclined to discuss points of law, yet he ultimately allowed his' s ellihn ipropen sities to overcome his respect for the Mayor's injunction, and during. tlio bveniig,hoe was selling with all his might. ' The business por tion of the residents strongly sdiuportbil the action of the oMayor, and gave as their reason for doing so, that, as theyo ' phyite;,...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. AnT UrmoN.-The drawing for Messrs. Roberts and Co.'s grand Art Union, takes place on Wednesday next. We-under stand only a few tickets remain unsold, so that parties wishing a chance of winning ai prize worth £120, besides numerous other valuable prizeos,should at once secure tickets. AUCTION SALE8.--Mr. Thos. Alnwick offers for public competition,' to-day, at Wallsond, at 12 o'clock, a splendid allotment of land, centrally situated in that rising town. Also, to-day, at 11, Messrs. Grisdale and Co. ,will sell a fine assortment of furniture, at the mansufactory of Sun See Loong; Blane-street. LECTURE.-A lecture will be de livered in the Newcastle School of Arts, on Thursday evening next, byH. J. Brown, Esq. President of the institution, on " An Honr at the Sea Side." Chair will be taken at 8 p.m. VI~TonIA THEATnRE.-There was a crowded house at this now popular place of amasement, on Saturday evening last, when the inimitable Nell created quite a fu...
MELBOURNE. Saturday, 11.14 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
1I?[ELBOURNE. Saturday, 11.14 p.m. The Grasmere, from " Liverpool, report: that William Breding fell over the main rail in the Bay of Biscay, and sank before help could be given, though the ship was going at an easy rate. A rope was thrown overboard to him, but he appeared to be stupefied, and was encumbered with heavy clothing. The Loch Ilanza, from London, reports that the ship's carpenter fell overboard on the 4th February, and sank, though every effort was made to save him.
RANDWICK RACES. FOURTH DAY, SATURDAY (APRIL 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
RANDWICK RACES, FoUnTn DAY, SATURDAY (APRIL 22.) (Fnrm our Special Telegraphic Correspondent.) The attendance at the races was not so good as expected. Tlle weather was beautiful, The Governor and suite were present. First lace.-R-ous Handicap, a handicap sweepstakes of 10 soes. each, with 100 sovs. added, For 3 years old. Second horse, 20 sovs. from the prize.' 1 mile and 3 furlongs. Mr. E. Do Meostro's b.e. Timothy .. .. 1 Sir H. Robinson's b.c. Clifton .. .. 2 Mr. G. Hill jun's. br.c. by Kingstou- Valetta .. .. .. .. 3 Seven started for this race. Clifton was first favourite in the betting, 6 to 4 being laid that he would win. Connaughtand Timothy were next in favor. Clirton came away at the head of the team up the straight, but gave place to Poacher, Connaught, and Timothy, and .at the back of 'tle course was last, the floll feing all in a great bunch, Poachor. still lea'cning. :Clifton, however, made up; after going round the bond, nd- onn etoerinig tile strcaight was leading, ...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
-TuHE WEATHER.-A decided change took nilaco yesterday afternoon in the weather. For the last few days it had been unusually fno'and clear, but about 12 o'clock yesterday the clouds came up from the S.E.,mand during the afternoon the rain commenced and con tinudd' until about 6 o'clock, when it'fell off. At about 9 o'clock it re-commenced, and continued for about an hour, when it again ceased, At the time of-our going to press there was overy appearance of dirty weather. RCPOUTED BURaLARoEs.-We have been informed of no less than seven cases of, attempted burglary, reported to have taken place almost in the midst of the city, but they have not been verifled by the police nuthort ties. At this time when so many burglaries have boon committed the reports eonsily receive credence, and are liable to create much lm ?asincss. The police are on the qui oive, and have, weo undoretmd, adopted a very unique, and what we hope will boe a very successful mode of detecting robberies. "Are you not a...
NOTES AND EVENTS SYDNEY, Saturday night. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (FnoP OUR SYDNEY CORRESPIIIONDENT.) SYDNEY, Saturday night. Tire House met on Thursday night, not withstanding the protracted nature of tile previous sitting, and a good deal of busi ness wat done, there was the usual waste of time,-on a motion for adjournment half-a-dozen different subjects being raised anid discussed ; but, fortunately, the Horse went into committee of supply before nine o'clock, and by tile time it adjourned after midnight considerable progress with the estimates had bhen made." There was no quorum present at tihe time of meeting yesterday afternoon. Nineteen members only put in asn appear anco. The Opera Boufle Company, with Miss Emilie Melville, in tile TITLE ROLE is doing a splendid business at the Victoria Theatre, and report says that at the close of the season here tihe company will pro ceed to Newcastle. If it should do so, I can recommend the enlltertainriment as one of the most pleasing that has ever been given in our places of amusement...
ONE OF THE GOOD OLD SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
ONE OF THE UOOD OLDU SCOOL. The Church of England has had few more remarkable clergymen than thoe Rov. Robert Walker, who ministered for sixty six years in the parish whero he was born, and was buried there in 1802. He was clergyman and schoolmaster-teaching in the church, for there was no school-houso. He sheared his own sheep, spun his own wool, made his own clothes and those of his fan)iy; mgdo his own shoes, gathered his peat for fuel, made his own candles, and whilst thus laboring, preached the Gospel every Sunday in the lowly little church at Lathwaite,
Cheap Railway Travelling. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
Cheap tRailway Tlravellilg. THE converse of Dante's celebrated strophe " Farewell to hope, all ye who enter here," appears to be about to have its realization, even in this degenerate age. There will be a possibility of hope entering the -heart of passengers by the Great Northern Railway, that they may, yet be treated as living specimens of humanity, instead of as " dumb driven cattle." Mr. MoELHnoNE, who has long " been acknowledged as the leader of the great MELnocNE,- aOilOLEY, and BEN. NETT, triumvirate,, has evidenced his intention of leaving the ranks of Imbe cility and-entering' those of Prpgress. He has enquired in the Honse, and with very. good reason, why cheap train's should have been run on.the Southern and Western Railways, at.the Easter holidays-and yet-that no-similar privi lege was afforded to those who asight have occasion- to travel on-the Great Northern Line fur the same purpose as that: of the holiday seekers in the Western and Southern: districts.: Thie only exc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
MEDICAL. Of upards of twenty years' standing, Respectfolly infonus the residents of Newcastle \Vallsend, and lhunter. River District generally that he is practising his profession " with that - MARKED SUCOESS Which has mode his name so popular 'oi the Gold.fieldsand in the Coal-miniig districts of New South Wales. The superiority, of the system of Herbal Treatment sver all others is now ackuowledged by thu?lead ing inembers of the Medical Faculty all our the world; and the cry is-Our Medicinea ara "Purely YVegetable "' Professor HuxtsrE has demonstrated in his work, "Protoplasm," that mineral subst'loes cannot be administered with benefit, and that only after Naturn has transmuted thoemninto plants are they good for either Food or ,Medi. cinue. Experience taoght Herbalists tlh?igreat truth long befobro the leared Professor idis. covered it for himself, and noneo hlavo had elir anu note coincs iacir utlicieouy than t FRANCIS W. IREY. In his hands the most obstinate and danger ons dis...
SYDNEY. SATURDAY, Reed. 9.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
SYDNEY. SATURDAY,'lCcd. 9"80 P.M. M. Carmo, the celebrated billiard player, gave his last entertaiiiment in-the Masonic Hall, on Saturday night, to a largo audience A telegram was received by the Sydney branch of the Bank of Now Zealand, this afternoon, stating that a dividend and bonus of 15 per cent. per annum was declared at the half-yearly meeting, held in the morning. £70,000 were added to the reserve fund, and £7000 carried forward to next half-year. The South Australian Government has purchased the ship Fitzjames, in Melbourne, for two thouesand pounds, which it is intended to use as a hulk for quarantine purposes. One hundred guineas haved been presented to Archdeacon Puddicombe, by the ladies of St. Saviour's Church, Goulburn. The Bathurst Circuit Court will ibe opened on ed ou-e? .... Sbnquet is to be given to the Hon. J. B. Watt, M.L.C., on 1st May, at the Exchlingo, prior to his visiting England. Schedule flled,-Edward W. Pople, of Syd ney, publican. Liabilities, £4110 5...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 April 1876
LAMBTON. GRAND CONCERT.-On Friday evening last a a concert was given in the Druids &nbsp; Hall, Lambton, by the Lambton Amateur Christy Minstrels, assisted by other amnteur talent, for the benefit of Mr. WV. Thompson, who has been unable to work for a considerable time. The hall was comfortably filled by &nbsp; a most respectable and appreciative audience Mr J. McFadgeon occupied the chair, and announced the various performances. Mr. T. Parker performed the arduous duties of ac companyist in ia very creditable manner. The performance of the minstrels was very munch admired, as were also the songs of Mr A. Storey. The gems of the evening were the violin solos by Mr. W. Hanley, who is ac knowledgedd to be equal to any professional violinist that has ever performed in this dis trict. During the latter part of the perform ance a disturbance was created by an indi vidual who had been indulging too freely, but the offender, after a brief struggle was ejected, and the proce...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 24th, 1876. (Before Messrs. Hannell and Shaw, J.P.) AFFILIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876
NE?V?OASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, ApmL 24th, 1876. (Before Messms. IImnell and Shaw, J.P.) AFFILIATION. William Cock, charged with .neglecting to contribite to the support of hisa illegiti mate child, was remanded to Parramatta : where the warrant was issued, to be dealt with. INSULTING WORDS., obIolert Crawford was chiirgedl with using and Mr. Baker forth Qle'disbiW-"'~"'U-e I William Russell deposed: On tlle 21st inst. I was in Hunter-street; defendant came uip to me and called me a- thing. By Mr. Baker : I was quite sober at tlhe time the words.complained of were used. Henry Penglaze deposed : I recollect on Friday last, I was with Mr. Ruissell, in Hiiuntor-street; defendant followed us and kept "jawing" Mr. Russell all the way down; I heard him use bad language. The Bench found defendant guilty, and ordered him to pay a finle of. 20s., or be imprisoned for 48 hours. wAsEs.. James Baron WVinship was chalrged with neglecting aind refusiing to pay to George Tipper the sum of £1 5s....
MUSWELLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876
MIUSWELLBROOK. MIUSWELLoRtooK ATIIOLn'T CLUO . A public mneeting w?s held in tile Michai cs' Instituto, on Saturdlay night lost, for thle pur poseo of forming an Athletic Club in this town\l, with tho intontion of secuaing a. Lay's mnse mont on thle 24th of May next. 'rho attend ance was small, and after waiting some tilmeo, [r. 5. M\[oeso propooed ond. [r. Jcnninog secondcd, that M[r. F. G. Dmmo teko tim choir. Thie chairman then read the advert?oisement convening tho meeting, stating thalt hle was then lUrepared to hear any. remarks on tie eobjeCt. -Mr. DaVidson woo then elected sec rotary to the club. Proposcd by Mr. 1. Mosos and seconded by Mr. Luscombo; That a club he foanned to be caelled the Muswollbrookl Atlhctio Club, and tlmt the member's subscrip tion be 10s. per annunm, payable on May 1st in each year in advanc. -Thei followinog gon tlemcn were then propoosed and seconded Is a conunitteo to carry out the object of tle object of the club:-- lossra. Dunn, Shleatlh, Donshir...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876
WALLSEND. SNAK EI woollil notnpp-'r to ihtr gn ne to their winter homno yet, Is one of tho black species took refugo one day last week in the houso of a siiner named Thomas Clough. Various efforts wereo nnad to dislodgo lnn, but without" avail. On Sundny morning aI largo crowd nasembled, intent on driving himn .out of his retreat. Part of the flooring was lulled up, and luch other actiomi taken na was tlhoughlt bet to dilodgo hmn, whoen tho var mint, not liking tho din, put hlis head out of " holo idul hod it blown oil by tio eotentus of a gisn. ifo minms ircd loso on four feet in length. : WAIsLOOI ATuva·rso CLOn. -rThe Inaemnbe of this club will obserove tlhat a meeoing is convenedtl for this evening at 1'are' otl. Tileo bsiness to bo brought forwanr is of vitas i aportanca. DfIPAIRTUIIBs.-I rogreat to state th. t Bovoral residents of our_ town havo loft n: latol, alnong tlhe nlunmbor soveral meehanico ndl 'other wookmon.. A short timne ago Wallsend was the groeat contre of attral...
WICKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876
- - WICJo]lAM. TuIs pleasant esuburban hlttle township is now rapidly progressing, and bids fair to becomo one of the most important of thoso adjoont to Nowcastlo. Any persoon, having boon away from Newcastle for the last nix or goven llnlotho, and on coming back, visiting Wlckhalm, will I o struok with tlme many ine lrovenmelnts that have taken plato tlhere d.ing that short period. Ainong the mo(?t con lpiCIuousL of theoS impl)roOvements may ie men tioeald--two Ilnd1somoo 0l1lho adjoining tihe Royal HIotel, which we nra iyvell to IltdeLr stand, will bo shortly opend. A waltt that has long been felt in thIe distrint, is niow up plied by Mr. Thlomas Gleeson, who has conu igenced llsiieso as a wholenialo aind retail butlcher, anl as tile establishment of a busi nessc of this kind affords a peculiar advantago to tho residents in the district, the onterprizo of Mr. GCleeRon will doubtlesC meet with duo poatroenogo and uppoe?t.
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. NE ,CASTLE. GALLANT IRUSCiU.-- OIn. Sunday morning ulat a lad aged flfteen years, whoseo una0 we havie. not oseertaineld, narrowly e. caped being tdrowned at the re?tr of tho Hos pital, but swas esened from a very lperiloes onsitionBy tl~ go lnt conduct of Mr. lRobez~flh3.Iogue, of this city. It apfl?li that'Mr. Ilogue, Mr. Scott, and tihe hdro. foerred to wece bathing from the rocs on the beach wheln they drifted into tlh dmw|lselc whichosets past the rocks to the left of tlho IIospital. After some. tlrouble the two t it named rcached.the rock. Thoe lad howevrer, sCeemed to makee no headway, but rather drift ing out when JIr. Ioguo wont to his assist Ince, and'after a hardnl struggle against tile cirrent succeeded in bringing hin to shore. 13othl were much exhausted with their severO exertions. We aro informend theit this is not the first tino Mr. Ifogueo ]ins disting~ished him self in this manner, and ho~e thit his gsllint beliavidur will not gounnoticed b...