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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
, DRAPERY. N.E W GO O D S!I NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. NOW. OPENED'P, I AND READY FOR INSPECTION, AT J. HI. NETTLE'S, SOMERSET HOUSE, HUNTER.SLREET. All the NEWVEST NOVELTIES of the Season JUST IMPORTED, and selected to sult the requirements of his numerous friends and Customers in Town and Mlining Districts. Novelties in Dress Department FtENOl HERINOS, REPS, SERGES, Home.spuns, Lustreens, Diagonals, BIllack and Fancy Silks, - Japanese Silks, Plain and Fancy Winuoy All-wool Plaiids, &., &e. Noveltieslin Fancy Department STAYS, Parachutes, Umbrellus, Trimmings, Laces, SILK SOARFS, Ribbon', Vool Olouds, Jackets Tippets, &o., &e. See the Stoek : S .op+ . : BLANKETS, QUIL'lS, COUNTERPANES, Sheetings, Calieoes, Ticeks, Flannels, Shirtings, Frorfar Tweeds' Gambroons, Serges, Huckabacks, Druggets, Damasks, Linens, &o. .All the Newest Styles SKIRTS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, Waterproof Oleaks, &c., THE READY-MADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT CONTAINS All the NEWEST...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
SLIIPPING IN PORT. Stiurs. Bedfordshire, 1155. Warren. R. B. Wallace, agent; for San Francisco; No. 4 crane loaded. Corona, 1199, Strnchan. IR. B. Wallace, agent. itream; toloandl motos •Coi;monwealth, 1345, Cooper. Bingle, White, and Co.. agents;to load at N. 4 Crane, Wallsend, for `Sai Francisco Conofliot, 1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co.i ageonts; to ldad, Messrs. lrowna'e coal Ellon Goudey, 014, Ferry. R.B. Wallace, agent i loadini at No. 6 crane, Wallsend Firth of Clydo, 824. C. P. Stokes and O6., iigents; cargo wharf dischrging.' Inverernfe, 74, Foreman. Mingle, White, alnd Co. agents, loon ., a12, 7earce. G. Hewison, agent Olive; 841, Davis. Bingle, White, and Co., ageits; No. 2 crane, loadiog Messrs. Brorwn's coal Salisbury, 1095. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent ; Otreut, Srvenoa Skellettea (Swedish), 768, Nylon. Bingle, White, and Co., agents Sir Lancelot, 886, IHeplburn. J. and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to load, lit Nd 2 Crhne. Messra Brown's coal. Silver Eagle. 9...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
T inozearosap'IftecH - ram-m day here, ae I find that tlmniemllors of the Unitedl Metholdist Church are idalso very busyi collecting artiels towards one to be held at an eanrly date. The nladies whoe have been hard at work for some time past have already col lected quite a large numlner of articles, many. of many of considodiblovolueo, and there isno doubt that, in the event of there being sufli. cient buyers for them, the proceeds will go fir towards removing the clm~pel debt, forl which purpose thle prcsent - offort is bemg madeo. TEoSTIhOeaIAL TO Mn. li. WILIs faeny ot your readers will oblserve, with plar, that the friends and acquaintances of .Jr. M. Willis, lute. of ? Walloend Pubhi?e School, andnow of Nowcastle, alre to presentcl ldim with some suitablde nmark of the esteem in which he was hlld in this town. Mir. WV was closely identitfied with the English Churehl, to whichl he rendored good and last ing servic, cand ltie scame may lo said of hi comection withl tie School of ...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER VI (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, TnE SHADOW AT RIVER HALTL. SBr Miaes. J. IL. Rli6Ds,L, AuTOR OP A LiFr's AsbdlZE, OEOR GE tI15, &C. CITAPTEIt 'I (CONTINUED)x. Fon0 a weli owe saw"nothing of Miss Blake, but.at the end of that time, in consequence' of a somewhat imperative summons firom Mr. Craven, she called 'it the oflice late one afternoon. W?V comprehonded -she had selectod that, . for her, unusual time of day for a visit; hoping our principal might have left eror i?she arrived; but in this hope she wams --;as disappointed: M1r. Craven was in, at leisure, and aunxious to see her. I shall iievr forget thalt interview. Mliss 11lak'e asuived about five o'clock, w'hen it was quite dark out of doors, and when, .in all our offices except Mr. ,OCraven's, the gas as s flaing away triumphantly. In his apartment he kept the light always subdued, but beh fween the fire aid the lamp there was Splenty of light to'see that Miss Blake looked ill and depressed; and that Mr~. ..Craven had assumed a pec...
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
(BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII.) SYDNE;Y. AIRIVALS.-ArntL 26. Diamantina, steamer, from Manning. Alexander Duthi, ship, fhom London. City of MIlbourne steamer, from Melbourne Agnes Irving, steamor, from Grafton. Strathdon, barque, Stret Point. DEL'PAITUIIES.-ArPms 26, Wentworthl, steamer, for Melbourne. City of Blrilhano, steamer, bfor iriebane. Queensland, steamor, for Melbourne. lRoyal Duke, steamer, for Queensland. The ship Frithll of Clyde wasn, yesterday, re moved fronm the North Inrbour, and plaeed alonmside the cnrgo wharlnf, where she will dia. charge her consignment from .Adelaide. The Olivia Davis wns removed from the :argi whorf, ond is now loading at No. 8 crane,
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. N f'EWOASTLE. CALEDONIA N iI'ORTs.- ,VO "under stand that tio late sports in consection with the Newcastle Mncldonald CO:an of Caledonians was a succesos filnanueiay, as well as otherwise. A meetilng of the Losmnittee was held on Wednesday night last, when it waofound that nearly £40 was cleored. Another day's sport, on a goand scale, will beo hold shortly. NEw ZEAILAND FiIEB.--O are in. dcbted to thie kindess of Captain Foster, of the barque Eldwin lBassctt, for late files of thie iVellingtoa E'vening Plost. NOEWOASTLE FlREg liHIGADE.-Tleo comnitteo of the Newcastle Fire Blrigado meot on oednestday eovening last, at thie oflico of M[r. G. Mitchell. A letter was received from Sydnoy stalting shlt tile first consignment of the now hose would be sent down in a couple of days, and tile remaindler would shortly fol low. A report was submitted by Mr. Vebb, Superintendent of thel Brigade, in reference to tie state of the engines, thie stock, and tl articles relqui...
A RESCUE IN MID-ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
A IESCUIU IN MID-ATLA'I'IO. The srogeon of thie I:ltia w.itaes to tile i Times :-" It appears to me that a short anrsa tivn from at eve witntsn o a escuaao at soea, re Iported in youtshIppitig iatelligeice of Wednos day last, ltay Itot, paer'mpa, prove uninteresting to year readers alt httItt eides at the Atlunt:o Shortlytlter midnight otn tit 18th NovOmber, as the United Statea' mail tetlumship Baltic, which left Now York oas the 13thi instant, was uttler steam and canvas, and going at about 14 knote an htour, the attention of the officers of thie watclh was attracted by what appeared to he the msthetoad lightofrasteamer some miles oft' t'he proper lookout was kept, anid on passing the light at some five miles to the starboard of the lialtit, tko oflicers to tlwhom I have before re tFerred ott rved the absence of the regulation lights wlioh are hoisted by steamers at night when on a voyage. They atoneo communicated with Captain Glendcll, the commander of the ship, whto, thinkitng t...
THE AGENT-GENERALSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
TnE AUENT-GEn ERALSnIP. - Mr7. Partkes has given notico of his intention to move on the 2nd May-" That an address be presented to the Governor, praying that his Execllency will be pleased to canse to be laid upon the table of this House, copies of allI minutes of the Excoative Coutncil, dispatches, letters, telegranms, and other deculmnenCts haV ing reference t, the mission to Englanh d of the IHonourabIIle William FIorstor, IMI.P., wtiloe lholding the oillce of Cilonial Trdaourer, and retaining a seat in this liouseC, from about 3rdl Ocltobelr, 18741, to 7th Febtuary, 1871i, with a statement of tlhe sbrvices rendered to thie colony by Mr. Forster during that period; iand also a statement of the total expenditure on account of ouch' mission, specifyiung separately the amount of salary, of travelling allowances, and of tie cost of passago.-E. News. Whoen does a man owallow a field - When hel drlksaa little mnead,-Judy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
RENEWED .NOTICE. A ?nllllIIEl OF: COItILI:S I'O SLDENTH. l ?o • . lrol~L~ Illlve rellae PllIlll~ [o kLLow\ ~lte r, pe~irt ill nddlrerinit their lilrlntl' ctlrllllllbltlllallll petetet etor. bo the undlersieneel, tllml~ed ef tihe El)ITOlR, eeldee "1erah!tin pr luliz tl nlt IGO? aeille, tleir entiella iu preint. NWe pe llelr .niteloet tlelt orrene teneo nlbould be addr?hnet the t "Editer," elld aleetine mnten? &e, to tle ulllee. te J. 1I. SWEET, * lPropeietor. IleneLD ANtD AIeOCATe OlCeA IEthApr l, 1 O6. Stockton Agnccy, 7 M I'R. ALEs.XIIOWN hen been APPOINTED IV .AGENT for thn joueRll at STOCKTON, feem whonm pepee ecn be reeivet, atld onlder for Advertisementt or Job Printing left, J. MI. SWEET, .?: " l?oprietor. " "'ffele l and Adereate Ole,," t.2leI April, Ib76. ?fjc Wcb?cantIc ~-torunriug.i eraI AND MSINERS' ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, APICII 28TI, 1870.
Sporting. RANDWICK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Sporting, RANDWIcOK IiACING OI4UB, Tnc .following handicaps, to be run on Saturday. next, the 20th instant, were posted at Tattersall's yesterday, viz. : st. lbs. st. lbs Oa~eraro. ....... 11 10 Dcepltion ...... 5 8 Erin...... ......10 0He Coust 0 0 Iuffer...... ...... 10 4 Lord 2toretn... 0 ostsp...s ...... 10 2 Protector ...... 9 0 ar...... ..... 7 Euclid ...... 0 0 A. T...... ...... " LBsn?sdr ...... 47 Valettacolt ...... 0 Gueldr se.. 7 Liberty... ,... 8 9 La Roo ...... 7 Plybo... ...... 7 lleyra ...... 7 Timot ...... 7 12 Fr ... 7. Princ rle ...... 7 The 'urk. . . 7 53tulain... .....77 lDrbarsosa ..:.. 0 4 ZSdnembar ...... 7 4 Fantayfllly..... 0 4 Ho pm MTItOPOLI.AN BTE IEIARR. ..II . I[otpur.. . ..... 11 ? Recint ...... 0 0 Duffer...... ...... 11 4 ThoCount l......* Oreytanes .. 11 0 Vivian t -...... 8 -0 IErtin ...... ...... Fxcellent ...... 8 0 Valettacolt ....,. 12 0 Barbarian ...... 10 o Liberty .. I...... 11 T'nlleyrnd ...... 11 Playboy... .... 11 I OuelderIloso ... 11 Ga...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
T?e daily large attendance at the M\etropolitan Intercolonial Exhibition of 1876 is a most satisfactory proof, not only of the popularity of snobh exhibitions, but also of the beneficial results which they produce. 'Many exhibitions are, unfortunately, popular, but which certainly cannot be called beneficial. The splendid display of use. ful articles contained in the building in Prince Alfred Park is a strilking proof of what can be eccomplishled by man's ingenuity, either for his own comfort or that of others. When the idea was first broached in England by the father of tihe young Prince,. after whom tihe Park is named, of collecting various specimen's of man's industry. from all corners of the earth into one building for the amusement and instruction of mankind, it was received with enthusiasm by many, and with doubt. and apprehension by many more. The adherers to old customs shrunk with alarm at such a promiscu o0s gathering, and murmurs of alarm were. bheard from all quarters of...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 27TH, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
NEWCOASTLE POLICE COURIT. T5uRnsAY, APRIL 27Tu, 1870. (Before fr. HIannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. One offender was dealt with. * VAGRANCY. John Grant, bIroltp uon a chlarge ?f vagrancy, having no lawful or visible mneans of support and no fixed place of abode, was discharged on prousinng to obtain work, if possible. W*AGES. A case--Crawford v. Russell--wvas post poned until Monday next. STEALINO. George Cameron, charged with stealing, at Newcastle, on tlhe 20th instant, one woollen jacket, the property of .P. K, Sheedy, valued at 12g. Od., pleaded guilty, and was sent to gaol for onle msonth with hiard labour. (Boeforo essrs. h~llnell and Ssmw, J.P.) DREACH OF THIE N~AVIOATION ACT.-POLICE veRBUs LEMOTTBE. This was a ease in wli'ch defendant was charged with not having complied with th oiegulations in taking coal out of a lightei into a vessel. Tilo Bench ilflicted a penalty of 40s. ith 5s. 10d costs of court, and 21s. pro fesionsil costs.
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. AIRRIVAlTS.-AIOL 2 -7. Albert the Good, brig, 315. ,uirs from MIcl bo::rn,, 22ml instant J Reid, agent. Etu Lorio,, America I:lurqot, 716. Ltoring fronm Solbourne, 23rdl iat. R. B, Wallace. Ilgrot. Edwi la Basset, barnue,. 376, Foster, from Wellington. Captain D. 0 illiams, agent. CoAsTWOIs --A1pril 27. Collaroy (as.), Kembla (s ), Woonona (s.), lrilliant adl l'rompt, from Sydtrev. Adventcure, lMargio Scott, bollian, and Willwatchb for Sydlhrey. KW eblba (.s), Hirodlelle, Alert, Hoebe. Lady Emma, Urania, Catherineo Agnes, Lillian. Vcnturo, Will Watch, Maggio Ecott, anlld Coonunbarra (o.), for Sydney. Torrigul Pracket for Terrigal.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
SHIPPING NEsWOASTLE STEAMSHIP CO1PANY. .fLiIMIT.) irSydlle y Exhibition ! ho S. S. KE LA will rap at SINGLE FARES FOR THI ])OUBLE;JOURNEYl . UNTIL - - FRIDAYi 12Tr MAY, IN ,LUSIVE., SALOON..... .....2.... :' S d , .STEE OE.. .......... . 7,. Lenving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p m. (Saturday and Sunday excepted) . SLeaving pNewoaustlle LEvery Morhning at 10 an n (Senday and Monday excepted). II. D.- ORTUS, lanct.gerI O".ice--Irnter-stlreet, Neweastle, 10th April, 1876. 103 OV'SULLIVAN AND C?.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. olj i of tlhe Largest Olasn taken p for REPhk'ii , RE-CLASSING, SUIIVEY, . IfYin flips cleaned. Sipwrighisa'und Smiths " k lk. Ler~tmod. Ihp nod all othor ship's materials ii atock. An .lomrienlced Diver,~ with diving aIppa S.tu?,,n hand. . ' tu iT. O'SULLIVAN &O., PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTOICE--All. kinds of CGnrden Seeds for Sale,,nt T. SNEDDON'S Store, New SLanibton. 305 - iTACCINATION.-Childreun will lie VAO V?- OINATED FREII1OC11AltGI, at II o'clock, every TUESD...
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. April 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. April 27th. Olivia Davies, bLarque, LoNoven for Oeelong. J. O. Elli?, agent; cargo, 660 tons coal; 112 hides. l'rospettor, barqae, Dunean, for Levlaka. 1. B. Wallace, agent. Cargo, 260 tons coal oal oriinl car from Sydney. p o Soot'frn Cries, sohooner, Campbell, for A'Adelaida. G. Hawn, agaent; cargo 264 tons •cool. " Plaa'er, baroan, Anderson, for rytteolton. O. F. Stokes and Co, agents. Cargo, 360 tons anl. ?oiry rock, hrig Wilkinson, for Hobart Town. R. B. Wailace, agent. Cargo, 283 tons coal nSarah Ann, barque, Blooth, for nfrelboua'ne. J. Voemnan, agent; cargo, 610 tolls coal. - SSpringbok, banrqo, Simpson, for Melbourne. J. Veeamn, agent; cargo, 300 tons coal.o Trinoenloe, brqe, Jonkias. for toolbonrne. J. Veoman, agent; cargo, 445 tons coal.
DEPARTURES.—APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
DEPAP.TURES.-A-HILL 27. Saxon, barque, tfr Wallaroo. Adeloa, barque, tbr Aucklolld. Verulam, barqun , fTr Wallaroo. Harriet ArmBitnae, barque, for Dunedin. \VWresel Caatle,'barqoe, for Melbou ne. Malay Ameriuan uarkontine, for San Fran Sarah, barque, for Melbourne.
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
&BLATEST` ENG4LISHB NEWSP'Ii, VIA SUEZ. \rT elip thile following items from files up so 3rd March, by the Torrcs Straits inail, per Qu.cslanad, Capt. Ornig: letrlbuttive Justice to NSlltrderers Sir the Hligh Sea. The mutineers charged with the mour. ders of the captain and four mates of the ship Lennie were given up at Calais to-the ?nglisli 'anuthorities .onr Febriuary 25. They are eleven in number, and had all been 'brought the day boefre from Nautcs, where they'lhad undergone their preliminary examnination before the French authorities. The vessel be longed to Yarmouth, .Nova Scotia, sail ing under tile IEnglish flg, and was a three masted vessel of about 950 tons. 'The prisoners joined her at Ant'werp Tile ncaptain, Stanley I-lafield, was a Canadian ; Wortleyv, the first late, was an Irishinnan; and Macodonald, the second mante, an Englishman. Besides the eleven prisoners and the three mur dered ofllio2rs, thlle e were on board two lBelgians,-Von lioydck, the steward, an...
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (FROM OUR SYDNEY CIORRESrONDENT.) THu influx of visitors from tile coluntry to the exhibition is estimated to be the largest ever known since the visit of tihe Duke of Edinburgh. It is therefore no mitter of ourplrise that hotel accommoda tion is at a premitm. Trainis and steamers airrivd'yesterday, crowded with o?jcursioll ints fromthe "counll ry wvho appear to ]omk forward to the exhlibitibi. as their animual holiday feast. It never rains but it pours. What with the Ralndwick races, tlhe theatros, opera, circus, exhibition, andl the coming Hunt Club races (which take place on Saturday), and the scores of etceteras, tihe Easter of 1876 has not gone by without due celebration. The receipts at the Exhibition on the opening day (Tuesday) amounted to £482 10s, just£20 more thalmn thie first day's receipts--on the opening day last year. Two newly elected members (one re el9eted) topk their seats in tihe Legislative Assembly to-night -- Mr. Hugh Laylor, tlib silent membe...
DR. MORSON AND THE WEST MAITLAND VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
Do. MIonoBO AND THE r EST M1A1T LAN.D VoLuNTE?E ,.--DrI . Morsaon ,before hris delartoro from Wesdt 'Maitlaid; prIoeseoited to the local volimuteer. corpas, in wlhioh he hold tho oflice of snrgeonll, ten ponlde, to onoonrago ril shoooting amoongot the younger members. He ?'lndo thl conditionos that good shot: should be heavily hanudicap~ped.- Some time ago Dr. Morson presonted ten guinieas fqr.the sanro a 6j'ct; whicli prizoi s;ao manyltriols, was fiialy wone by Color-ergoeant lrigg who, o tie' winnor'of thql flrst irize, fs e barred from'notnpoting for the sooond. The first matcho takes placeo on :Satrdin ? thda18tb HMy M;erorju' ' Tiii FooT R crE.--Tho wildest ox oitement exists in certaiti ,irclos ireaploting theo great internatiofirl pedoestrian ijatoh to be rln on Monday, botvweon Hewitt and D?aieo.: It no? transpires that Davio, under the iamo:'of Gough, lines win sdme of the biggest foot races:in Amerieao. The',irous t, which he: is' attaolioed, as secretary to Mlr. }Vilson, ...
A MALE EQUESTRIENNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 28 April 1876
A MALE EQUESTpnlENNE.--It may not be generally knvown (snlys the Daily ~Southern Cros) that Mr. ilngsley, at Wilson's l'alaco Circus, is the original Ella Zoyara, wvhose feats excited such a furoro in Auckland some years ago. Mr. Kingsley lived in female attire from his childhlood, and per. formed as a lady in all capitals of thio world, receiving munificent presents and offers of marriage frim distinguished persons, but though hie accepted tihe former, it is unneces sary Ito say that, for reasons whichl need no nxplanation, he was obliged to decline the Iat ter. Amongst these reasons, it may be meon tioned that at that time hie had a wife and several young Zoynras. Amongst those who wore captivated by tile powerful charms of the uair ensiaror was the Mexican Emperor, Maximillian, and nseveral millionaires in America. In Germany, also, Madame Zoyra made numerous conquests, and many a rich wooer soughlt, hiy rich presents and polite billet dou.r, to obtain the favour of the beanuto o...