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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
BUILDING SOCIETY ETWnoVASTLE PFRMANIENT INVE-T N KENT AND BUILDING S001ETY. DIRECTORS : w. c: .H. Calpper, Esq., Chainrmnn David Miller, E.q. Johl Bllroughtoi , Es. q WVm. Luing, Eeq. FLed Asl, IErq. WV. K. Locelhead, Esq. The D rectors of the above Sooeioty are prepared to recoivo Deposits nt the f?llowing ratles, viz.:- At Calt .. .. .5 per cent. For Six Months ..56 per cent. For Twelve Months 6 per cent. Sum of £5 and opwards can be paid in n the Ofice of the Society?, Kiug-street, New cootlo. A. DAVISON, 155 Seoretary. i AMBTON BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SO01ETY. l'HE Directors of the above Society desire to draw the attention of INTENDI)NG P1'UR-11 BHASFRS OF FITEFHOLD) AND LEASr: HOLD LPROI'ERTV, or those who are about to ereot their own hoilesteads, tliat TiEr AR NOW .N PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES, On Approved Security, FROM £50 TO £2000f At Greatly R'edced Prrceiutris; And, betr., doletermlined to oro'n vEv, 4NDUdCE ul?. to ilotding purcher'se HAVE FUIRTHER REDUCED TIHE -E N T R ...
A. M. P. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
A.'M.'. P SOCIETY. ONE of the most romarkablo cxamolen of tlhe extraordinniry progress of the Australian cololicn, and of their sina bility in the opinion of nil classes of society in tlho Colonial and Enropean portion of thie worlil, is the most astounid ing prosperity of the Aust-alian Provi dent Sd`6fety, This association hold its t.wnty-viontlh aniinial mooting on Wednesday last, and thei report prc soented to thle meeting affords a remannrk able instance of thie success nttiiding the united efforts 5f 80,396 persons in providing for their mutual and indivi. dual benefit. We find tliet the number of policies issued since tio establish ront of the society to thie81st December last is 30,396, thI e owners of which assured their lives or property to the namount of £11,861,476. Ont of this number, during the various fluctuations :of.the twenty seven years' existence of the society, nenaf one-fourth of the membersnppears to have suffercd their policies to lapse, as we find that 7856 ...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday, Recd. 10 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
LATEST TELEGilAMS. (Fro sin. s1c li S?ey 'orrespj Slent.) SYDNEY. 1'riil'ay, Tiood. 10 .',r. Sir Willinm Mfanniig, Q.O., 1.L.C., ihn. ncceptod the alpoilltmellnt as Jldgu of thu Snpremo Court, anud will bo sworn iu on Moniday.next. " About eight thoiosand pbersoIns viited thU Interolonial Exhibition todaily. venteen thousann d paid for admission yesterday. Next week Public Schools' and chl.ldren of charitable institutioas will be admitted fre." T'l'o-liy inid' yeLrlday is large .n. ,?,or o patientts .fros 1arralnldattu and Gladesfillo Asylhnis were amonog the visitors.. In the Legislativo. Assemuhly to-night, tho Newcastle 'Paving aud Vehicleo lill was read ila slconld timel, and passedi through Conlunitloe. A rertlm was oxtensively eircuhlced that Ahr. Il'illoinnhadre~gisedthli under-seeretary-. shil, iinld Mr. M?Ioriarty, Lands Depa:rt mieit, Iwas aippointed in his place, but; en quliry lproved report to be faleo. Ilallonin lha no ilntention of resigning, at Iany Irate, not be for...
An Eccentric Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
An Eccentric Chlost. Tree LoNDON GLOBE SaYs that ghosts have recently becomo rru'eh more varied in their manifestations than in the old times, When they always appeared in tile same garb, and went through the same dreary performances. Mr. Crookes, it is well known, has made quite a friend of Katio King, who reveals horslf to him and a company of admiring spirit unlists wilhi the moat charmingfreedomi not even flying from tho;rglaro of the electrio light. He also graps mysterious hands, which. fiade away in his grip snoltimnes leaving flowers in his posses sion. In Amierioa a ghost has talken to display its presence in ways even n ore hritpressivo than those with whielh- lr. brookes lhas made us familiar. Every reuder of " Alice in Wonderland" must remember the eat which istonishes tihe little lady by vanishing into space, its grin alone remaining. According to tie Nw Y"rORK T'riEs th1 ghlost whilch is now filling American spiritdalists wiit delightful horror lihas taken a hint from ...
Coal Return. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Coal .1etinrn. Ta. following is a copy of thi oflicial retulrs shipped during titowo2k:-- . I?6?? .....- ,g" ~. [.. s..c... .. . -ll . 119 1 1 .111 ... .. . . .....r. . ... . 19....... " " ...... L , ...........:? . ?i:::.. .. .... 0 .. . .. : I" ;c ':: .-,? C~l:::::: :2:1.;l?;~::::::::::: - .1 nirnl ...1 **10... --.... 1( unnnono........ ii;j .::::::: .:i::.:::j: 1:.: Cokb--.O tons flo Co-o rjoottoi Coller) y; 10 toto froll tile o ..,o . CCoI,,ylnr'H to l W 1 elllttlld.
COMMERCIAL. Herald and Advocate Office. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
COMMERCIAL. llerald and Advocate Ofice. SIntonY Evr?eo. 'FlThe revenue received nt the Custom Houae Newcas!lo, for the week ending April 28th. S ?va es follows : Duties .............6C?.. .... 8 C1170 6 Ijetave. . ..... 121 17-4 lerhaur loamorael DLc....... 15 5 0 lhrbour at Light Intes...... 130 18 '8 £1138 7 8 The arrivals of Froduco dlrileg the wet k havce been very considlerable. 'he bharque Southern Belle and the ship Firth of Clyde, froni Ade litle, neal broueght a ll ncargo of e~inil pro dice, the greuater portion of wil.ich hls been ransllilped to Sydn.y by thle stemners'o the A.S.N. Conipany. 'lour renlin stellnldy at £1i2 nad £12 los. lrannnd pollllrdconctin searcel, tile farmer is quoted at £7, na.l pollard it £8. Adelaide oaten lay is worthl from £7 to £7 o10s, cilf £7 i10s. Manl izos slightly weaker, ranging fre. 3Is Sd to 3I 9d. Thero hove been several arrivels of potatoes from Wcirnmnl.ool, rwhich are selling readily at .£3 5s to £4 o7. Tihe timber market is somewhat ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Stockton -Agcllcy. M? ni. ATVX. ROPs, FX h c . APPOINT'rED AGIInI' for this jorultl:l Itt I-OC'['O N, fiomr rwhot lll hCflr iLe tivetltd, tItdt lcelr for .Advertisolwettor" Job lI'oiltin left J. 3[. o E'PVIet \ ilroprietor. "Iel~tld and Advocate Oilier," tihltd AprlU[, 18711. ]RENEIWED NOTICE. A NU3lJER OFP CORRlESPONfENTS, who r houldh hav o nxo mugh to kow Ihltet, peosrst ijl adowo]OogIl their litcr'y totlllltlllllliolIOs to thoe ndexligoed, insteod of tih IDr'I'Olt, olndlt·? ooomettw ourlrooed nt not ooillog their elofoiollJ in print. Wo repx a our rotor tlott- 'o'exloondenoe o:]lhll]d ho IoddtrooCd to tho I' d~ditor," llod lvelxtiseo xnellt, &c, to thle otlce. S J. 3M. SWOlrpi, l'ropolotor. HoII.*?nr.o too ADVOoATE OMto, 10th April,' 1070.
Attempt at Suicide at Warrnambool. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Attelmpt at Suicide at Warrnm.n hbool. A DucTEnarRINe attemrpt at sniuido was made earlyv on Sunday Itorning, April Ii, by Mr. Hloury G. Elwell, cm. missiorn agcnt, of 'Timor-street, Warr narmbool, states the irtwlarld Br tweoa 3 and 4 o'olook Mrs. Elwell gave tile a'arm that her htusband was attemnpting to take his life, oand when the police arrived, he hIad fastened hiinself in a room. Tho door nwas burst open, and'Elwell was seen standing in the mildle of the room covered with blood, .aud staring .wildly about him, whlile in his Iand h hreld a small pooket kreif, lo was soon secured by the police, who conveyed him to the lock up, where he was shortly after attended to by Dr. Harrington. Fortunately the weapon which the would-be suicide had used was very blunt, and only a frw flesh wounds had been in. Ilicted. There were several outs in the thront, and others about the left ribs below the heart, but none of themr very deep. Daring Sunday, lwhilst ir tie cedll, Elwell appeared to b...
Scotch Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Scotch EmIigration. Tues Scotch appear to be coming to the conclusion that unless theov can improve their condition by emigrating they had better stay at home. Notwithstanding the dulness prevailing in all branches of trade in Glasngow, and, indoeed, all over Scotland, which it was thought would have tended to increanse the current of emigrrtion, tlhe decrenae in the number of eligraults from the Clyde whichl set in at the beginning of the year 1875, still continues, and, moreover, lhas not been confined to one or two of the ordinary fields of emigration, but has been general. Until the 31st of Octo ber, 1874, the number of emnigrants from the Clyde amourtted in tl.o aggre gate to 24,593, while this year tle total is only 17,397. The unsatisfietory state of trade in New Yorkl and the great decrease in emigration thitlher nccount in a large nmeasure for this doeline; but New Zealand, Canada, New Brunswick, South Amirica, &o., all sholw a proportionate filling off The returns ...
Parental Affection. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
P reurntal AlFcctiol. (From Iiestrn ildependent.) A .usanr lS klig little !fellow, about the age of I.welvei, as., brought before tIhe plic~iL magishar:i ,,n Saturda:y last, aL the islil?ce iif constable Nlorris, who staled thait the juvnio;le prisO,.er haid hien bahiled over to hIin by tile j(ock lIy piliceLtheo day previons. and also that tile boy was on transit to the Vernon. The constable pirayod that tile boy might bie remanded for seven days, in order to afford the police ael opportunity of for\Varding hils to his deitinationl. 'iThe ~llp gster, in answer io 1Mr'. lee, said, in a clear and dlis tinct voice tlhat is miotlher was dead, and thlat'his father wis still alive. It was alsn stated, when hlie was bro'2ght before the court ait locklley, that lIe had bIeein sandering habout ileo b lshl sle;lpiig out, nul s bsisting as heb t lie c,,iih. It is indeed a pity that the lhertliss wrutcth 'who wocld alliow his owl boly s.l. 'o:lU about neglected, hungry, ind hoto .le'se, couil ...
POETRY. NORTHUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
*; 6POI1I&T i 't]hou tovo 'old tnrd, vo otill ,ould room, Io thyt dlilht. froot fell to . - Nor lack trhe ,rtlnou vo lored h t mlomet 'J]lJt hirt o fiir, 00 mlutton'? Itlndttlootn I'etnryoketlo tihe t'ne; ¶1h ot ityth rrjoh?s. n'rlme ,-.: Aorl W\nriL~ beoilfih of thee Itoid thdno, Till lovi.het.llls rre t l tI 00 ' oel'. rml! tooollorio I, llNolle1. oolltll 'tllol 10,ll hc10l0;0U illillr, toorth; llll l'lOllltr?o.o oo otollel" o;nol C .ioh',tolr ? L. •iolhl Thly Ibelu:y flunl ti,;l?. :cl,':' .[?ll? ' o! tolrl ?hl lnor ltt :tit dltvollottt; IIu uvet thde oomooo of ohild still "1?1l111 ]ll(?ln|dll nl'l nx nllra eoul,? (il~e~d nod lotnnomot onooo'o ro ctont' Till'tt ?'o;' tributo to nojotic Tl'weedo; nnd'l'd invJel, khol'(l id Nuol']l al tilnd~ Thl" rcentinels, h'ol hllllberI: lad· 'i'hou dllltllcssL hmld) tlie latent power. -· Thvll SolLS retain Il" right oi" birthl, fihollld hztugillty t'ovlnlar tlu'¢xtt thy tlllore, dirht shame tile sea oo ntl- of the o urth. Witt "]'crtttuh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
DRAPERY. NEW GOODS! NW?, GOODS. NEW GOODS. NOW: OPENED UP, AD READY FORI INSPECTION, ; , AT J. H. NETTLE'S, SOM1ERSET HKOUSE IIUNTER-SLREgr. All the NEWVEST NOVELTIES of theo Season JUST IMPORTED, and solecctd to suit thle requirements ot his nuoerous Sf?lieds an r'Ctstomer ill Town and a Miinig Dsltricts. Novelties in. Dress Departmenlc: TRENCl MERIINOS, REPS, 8ERGES, Hlome-spous, Lustreens, Diagonals, Black and Fancy Silks, JapaneOse Silks, Plain and Fd?ncy Wincoy All-wool Plaids, &o., &e. Novelties in Fancy Department . STAYS, Parachutes, Umbrellas, Trimmings, Laces, SILK SOAliFS, Rlbbo~ir, Wool Clouds, Jackets Tippets, &c., &0. : See thie Stock OF ? -BLANKETS, QULTS, COUNTERPANES,' Sheetings, Calicoes, Ticks, ' " jFlannela, Sklirtingi,; .orfarTenedas' Gambroons, Sergeo, Huckabcks, Druggtfie, , Damasls, Linens. &c. .All the Newest Styles SKIRTS, MANTLES, BSHAWLS, Waterproof Cloaks, &c. THE READY-~ADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT CONTAINS All...
Munificent Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
IMunnilicent Gifts. AT the annua' meoting of the Bolton Infirmary and Dispensary, the Rev. Canon Powell, icar, in tile chair, it was announced that tile firm of Messrs. J. Musgrave and Sons, engineers, and cotton bplinners, and a gentleman whose namne was not divulged, had each offered to contribute £5000 towards the crection of a new infirmary. The latter donation is conditional upon a ward being provided for sick children. The conmmittee of the institution were re quested forthwith to adopt. meaonsures for the erection of a new infirmary. An addition to the charities of Birmingham is announced by the publiecation of a trust created by the late William Dudley, jewellers' factor and morolhant, of Birminlgham, residence Birch Hall, Hall GCrecen. By a deed executed in May of last year, but only now made Dublic. Mr. Dudley vested in certain trustees a sun of £100,000, to be raised exclusively out of his personal estate, and to be applied ill the manmner directed to thie following chari...
Trades Union Tyranny. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Trades Union Tyranny. - As extraordinary case of trade.tyranny has just come out at N.,ttingham. In November lest all the hands employed by Mesors Lswis, slaters, struck by order of the union, the reason assigned by.the union for issuing the order being that the firm. had employed.i: non union man. Notwithstendiug the denial of Messrs. Lewis the union ordered the nion not to resume work till Messrs. Lewis had paid a fine of £25. Messrs. Lewis refusing to do so the men re mained out, and were roplaoed by non union ihands. The Slators' Union have now induced the Amalgamated Opera tives to issue a circular to ovetny em ployer in the building trade in Notting ham to the effect that if any firm should after this date buy or obtain materials of Messrs. Lewis the whole of the men in every branch trade would strike and remain out till the materials were re moved. Messrs. Lowis are taking stops to proseo'te the issuers of the ciroulars.
Advantages of Gas in Private Houses. (Continued from Saturday's Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Advanitagese o|" (na in Private Hsoucses. Bl" .. O. N. lur.ren, P.R.A S S(Continuedfrom Saturdayts's Issue.) Thr, is er omy COo in employing tihe most intelligent and ex ericuced work nmen, nlthough their chlargesc, in tihe first instanc, may be the highest. When the gas.fittings are judiciously arranged, and constructed of gbod ma terinls, tlhey constitute the most dur abh- portions of the'fixtures of a house. !. on th: contrary, thyhey e put up by a blu,:dering fitter, who profetsses to work hcheslir thanu his nesghbours,,it is mnore thi: probable that frequeiit'ro. pairs will be required, that there will be a doticiieny of gea in some parts of the Ilousce ; or. wvhat is still shore disagred able:, thitl there will to an escape of gas or as olbstruction (by tile eotdensatioe of vapour) in those parts of the pipes which pass between the ceilings anud fl ors. in thise, as in all other mistters there ineeds only thie excercise of a little com!soe sessl e to tsuroe success But it is t...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER VI (CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
THI. HAUNTED I-HOUSE, .on . THI-E iSTHADOW AT R IVRI-I[ AL L IBv Mhts, J. II. Itutlt;r., Au non o?. A LIB'.s .A icZ (o.,t(e (i in, " o. OIAvPERn Vrt (Coa'rNU|.:D. AND feelitng she had by tlis proposi tion struck air. Craen under the filth' rib, Miss Blake rose to depart "You will kiudly think over what I have said," observed Mr. Orauven. "I'll do that-if you will kirdly think over what I have sald," she rletorted, with thie utmtost composure ; and then, after a curt goad evening, she passed through the-dloor I held opein, noddliig to me, as though se would have re marlkd, "I'm niioro than asmtch for your imaster still, young man "' " Do you think sie really- moans what she says habout the lifty 'pounds ?l I inquired. " I do not know," ho answeored "but I .knoiv I wouid cheerfully pay that sum to anyone who could unravel the imys tory of River Hall " * "Are you in earnest, sir ?' I asled, in some surprise. " Cortainly I anri,'. he replied. " Then let me go an'd stay at River Hall,' I...
Meeting of Greta Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Meeting of Greta jliners. TnIIt .Ujolrmr.d meoticg of tho Greta minore ws held o 'I hur.lsdly, the 27th ist.anct, at 7 o'clock, at MIr. HeIory's lo tel. T'Ice Chaireman iic: his opening remanrks, stated tie op eition of tillIrs, nd bricefly set f'crthi te qucstion at isaae, namctly,-whether the mon cow vniploed at'Greta would ce willing or n 4t to soce heir wtrk nit'? the oon now on the groua.d, and who had formcerly b.oen e;,lcoied at tretc, but who ihad ieen uaobloe to obtticio a coavel this timoe. On this (iceitoni, a Iong diconssion took idhco an I qoito a utcmber o'f motions, an cdmndmc nte. :o. were -mcde, uiltil lthi eboirmano coulc searcoly t ilI 0on froai tile oltoer. lowever,. tbefaore ccly of tlecicceoe t to II:c toeo-thni, a questoilc was cshedc,-plrovlid tg th ict t'o men. ccoiv emploed shtared their ccorl with tihe thlirteec encc (whosoec nnos had been hatd d in to thie mleticg) ccuclcl Lihu maccag'r be wil:ing te singleo tthem oct bfo'oro tIo put ,any othelrr ien on? ...
Wallsend Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
Wallscndl Boro'oiuh Council. TIr.e usual mneeting of this Council was held on Thu'sday evening. Present : the M3ayor, Aldertmen Ianrris, RIoss, Ilarnes, Cird:iner, ]lichlardson aond Abel. The rmiutes of last tllleetillg were read ad l confirmied. .UOIIIItEI'SPOIiENCF,. Letters fron tllo Railpy Il)epartment in roernenre to Ithel aplproacheei to ]lck Creek bridge: acerpled. Letters 'rom the nolonlinl Sneeretarv's ollico, in neferencuo to thle by-laws of tnho' Counil, stating tlht the sato hald been pItllished in th (tizetlle:e accepted. Letters front the cotr:ctor of Metealf street, fornlwarding his nceollnt ts requested. Referred tota committee of thea whole. Lettelr firom the Mayor of Newasltle in re fronelo to a water slupply for the district; "ecoelted. MA.XYOIt'a .INSUTES. A milnuto of thle MItvor in. refortuce to the letter reald from the inayor of Nowcnastlo itn viting the corporotion of the municipalitieo in obtaiingn a wter supply wans referred to thl Tmliprovmen?c Committee....
PAVING AND PUBLIC VEHICLES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 April 1876
PAvixo AND Punuio V iaoa s Acy. -B13y the courtesy of thbo'nyor, last oevening, ., weeo' pormittedl the first view of tlio'fol ylowing tolgian i--" Msr. Lloyd mnoved'in the Asosembly the second.rolding.odf the 2ow caslo P'ivilng and Public V?bhieT Act this afternoon, which was rend nud pI) d throiugh counittuo with slight amousndment. 'Tho rso port was ad0optod, and h thl third readdingflxed for Tuesday noxt. : Suez MAnr Tzs.LEo~oRaso.--ThO se: 'reQ in typ but shuit out on account of the space rquirod for thu report of the wreck of.the IboUlla. .