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NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
NORTuHERN AGRIOULTURAL AssoOrA TroN.-A deputation appointed by the Northern Agricultural Association had an in. terview, on Friday, with the Postmaster. General, to solicit the opening of a temporary telegraph office on the show-ground at Singleo toll during the show, which is tobo hold in the month of August; and also the privilege of telegrams upon the business of the show beinig granted. The deputation consisted of Mr. S. B. Dight, Mr. Mackay, Mr. A. Munro, and Mr. Charles Poppenhagen, the secretary. Mr. SBurns stated that he was willing to cause a wire to be extended to the show-ground, and an oflice to be opened thereat, provided the association folund a suitable room on the ground for the instruments; and that he would allow telegrams to be sent on the same terms as had been permitted to the Hunter River Agriculttral Association, provided the telegrams were first certified to by the secro tary, and were strictly upon the business con nected with the Exhibition. Mr. Dight, on t...
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
(BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVAL8.-MIay 2. Alcandro, schooner, 194, Gillespie, from Warrnambool 27th ultimo Kiama (s.) from Clyde River Wistarih, barque, 387, Heslop, from Adolaide 28th alt G)vernor Blnclkall (a.), Saunders, from Bris. Borough Belle, schooner, 210, Craig, from Melbourne 2oth ult Leonidas, schoonor, 117, Steel, from War rambool 26th ult. Southern Cross, schooner, I58, Camptoll, from Newcastlo
WISEMAN'S FERRY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
WVISEAN' SFERRY. Monday. Archbishop Vaughan, ancompanied by Father Mahoney and several of the laity, arrived here on Friday, and left on Saturday for Ma?adonald, The Archbishop was met at the ferry by a large calvaeado, who esoortcd him to St. Albans. Thence he went on Sun day to St. Joseph's where he preached to a large congregation, and administered con. firmation to a goodly number, many of whom were adults. He leaves to-day for Windsor.
MOLONG. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
MOLONG, -Monday. John Wallace, the. person' who was in charge of 1267 fat shoop, the property of MIr. Brown, of Cannonbar, en route for Home bush, or Sydeloy market, was committed by the bench, on. Saturday, eo a charge of larceny. The flock was 81 Sheep "4etciet, supposed to be sold to drovers and persons on the road; the other two prisoners wore dis charged; Brown identified over twenty of the miasing sheep.
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. - ARRIVALS.-MAY 3. Too Tangs (s.), 450, Thrussell. from Mel bourne, via Sydney. VW. H. Smoith, agent iByron, brig, 174. Llowellen, from Brisbono 2 4th rils. Captain, agent Srllhidlo, barque a, Fuller,from Melbourne Captain, agent S COAOTewsn.-3May 3. Kembla (s.), Conanbanra (s.), New England (s.), Industry, Nile, Scotia. Pri:co Alfred, Cntherno Agoes, :lIornehl (s.), Alert, and Hebe, from Svde""; Dolly Walmsley and Villago 'jiai&lt;d, irona Lake Macquarie, with 6000 feet timber; Alice Jane, from Richmond River, with 600,000 feet timb:er.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
SHIPPING. - NEWCASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (LIMITED.) irSydncy Exhibition ! The S, 8. KEMIBLA will run at SINGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY,j UNTIL FRIDAY, 12Tn MAY, INCLUSIVE. SALOON......... ..I... Is 2d. STEERAGE.............. 7s 6d. LeavingSydnoy Every Night at 11.30 p m. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 n.m (Runday and Monday excepted). H. D. PORTUS, Manager. Oice-IlHnter-street, Newcastle, 10th April, 1876. 193 O'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. S?elPS of the- Largest Olass taken up for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &eo. Iron Ships cleaned. Shlipwrights' and Smiths aerk performed. Spas and all other ship's materials in stock. An Fxperiehced Diver, with diving. appa .tu ,on hand. T. O'SULLIVAN A CO., Proprietors. PUBLIC NOTICES. VACCINATION.-Children will be VAC. CINATED FREE OF OCHARGE, at 11 o'eloek, every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at the Surgery of the Undersigned, Watt-street. A deposit of Half-a-.crown will be reqilred, to b...
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
CUSTOM hOUSEl CLEARANCES. May 3. Ellen Goudey. ship, Polry, for San Fran cisco, with 1338 tons coal. t. B. Wallace, ngrnt Blonheim, bnrqoe, Garner, for San Francisco, with 782 tons coal. LB B. Wallace, apnat Lady 'turner, barque, Vincent, for Singapore, with 680 tolos coal, 6 tons coke. C. F. Stokes and Co., agenta Glimpse, barq.o, Harris, for Auckland, with 483 tonls coa, 10 tons bones . R. W VaUlcc, agent Sir Lancelot, ship, HeFtIlrn, for Hongkong, with 1190 tons co;., J. and A. Brown, agents Clara tHargiives barque, Clark, for Melbourne, . ,eltons coal. It. i. Wallace, agent Odalisk, schooner, Theakaton, forAdelaide, with 360 tons coal. J. and A. Brown, agents
DEPARTURES.—MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
DEPA?L 'Il'Ul1ES- MAY 3. ILdv )Darling (s.), for Melbourne Leslie, schooner, for Warnambool Emily, brig, for Adelaide Olive, ship, for San Frncisco Edwin l s asctt, bnarqe, for Wellington Woverlcy, lrl , for Adelaido Albert the Good, brig, for Melbourne CoOASTwnIs --Mtay 3. Alpha, for Richmond River; New England (s.), tor Grafton; Saxonia and Maitland (s.),for Sydney
The Coming Foot-race for £400. F. S. HEWITT V. R. F. WATSON. ("THE TIP," BY PEEP O'DAY BOY.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
The Coming Foot-race for £400. F. S. HEWITT V. It. F. WATSON. (" THE TIP,". O PEEP O'D.T BoDy.) Tbs dayfand hour in rapidly approaohing when thousands of anxious- spectators will be seen making the best of their way to the old con vinoing ground, to witness for themsolvos, who' has to best and undoubted right to the proud title of the champion sprint runner of the Aos tral'on coi des. For.yoars psth , thl t wnwmer of the go, Frankl lewitt thle champion of Old E oglanf, lire held undisputed sway in this brig?t land of curs; his iolors baseo been nai\lel to the mast; heli has sailed along trium llnntly; his cup of success has long since been full to tho brir, ond, nntil his preseot opponent, Robert Floetcher Watson, nmade his nark in tie petdestrian arol of New South Wales, the man ilhat would hbarn the temerity to try ind wo rest the o lns els fromt his bro.w would have been looked upon as little less tllan i nlmadman. A changet , hoesior, has at lost come o'er the sceno. It is an ol...
(From the S. M. Herald.) BATHURST. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
(Front the S. M. Herald).) BATHURST. Mronday. At the Circuit Court, to-day, Joseph Young previously convicted of cattle.stcaling at Blr raga, was sentenced to twelve months hard labour; Peter Brennan and John Gerrard, convicted of rape on a married woman named Smith, at MIerool Creek, Brennan-for actual offence, and Gerrard for aiding and abetting by preventing the husband of the woman f-om interfering, were sentenced to death. Tuesday. At the Circuit Court to-day, Charles Ryan, convicted of stealing a horse 4t Cowra, was remanded for sentence. The rest of the cri minal business was postponed to enable the Civil causes to be heard. The case of Atkins and another v. Ms'Nicol, £200 claimed for rent of rm, was commenced, but unfinished. Mrrs. Soares, wife of the Rev. A. D. Soures, who was :injured by a fall from a buggy on theOrange road, dled to-day.
Waratah Municipal Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
ici atllh Mulnicipal Council Meetinlg. THE usual fortiightly. meeting of. the above Council was held on Monday even ing. Present-Alder?nen Kow, James, Whiteman, Watson, 'l\Michael, • and Moerriott, In the absence of tlhe Mayor, Aldorman LI'`Michael was voted td the Chair. The minutes of last meeting were read and oenfirmed. OORRESPONDENCE. The following letter was read from C. Harper, Esq., Mayor:-- ' "+ r arath Cdlliety, [May 1, 1870. "To Waratah Munieipal Council, " Gentlemen,--I hereby toldode my resig nation as Alderni ancd cl?ayor of this Muni cipality, and in doing so desire to thank my brother Aldermen for the consideration and warm support that they have so kindly ex toendled to me on many occasions; both as Alderman and when occupying the chair-of the Coancil as your Mayor. And, although on some occasions we may have diffdred, still I fool that my private frienalhip, with each and all of my"colleaguee roemains unim paired. Again thanking you, and your amiable Conilcil Cler,...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
PARLIAMENTARY. An animated discussion is now proceeding in the Assembly as to whether members who are shareholders in Banks are entitled to vote on the Banking question. The Gunpowder Bill las passed through the Assembly to-day. The amendments in the Collieries' Billhiave been agreed to. The Sale of Poisons Bill was read'a third time this evening, and ordered to be forwarded to the Council. The Assembly is now debating the banking question, and discussing the proposition to smake the interest payable by the dank 4 per cent., instead of 3 per cent. In thd Legislative Council, the Colonial Wino Aet.was referred to the Assemrbly.
Lambton Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
Lambton Municipal Council. THE usual fortnightly meeting of the above Council was held on Tnesdty evening last. Present : The Mayor, Aldermen MIaddison, Screen, Shoeamith, Dainty, Maddock, and 11indmarsh. IThe minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letter from Mr. T. Usher, requesting to be allowed to erect an awning over the foot-path in front of his property at Jesmond.-1Request granted under the usual supervision. Letter from Mr. John Stoker, offer ing to give £5 towards making a cul vert in front of his property.-Held over for consideration. TENDEIS FOR PEARSON-STREET. The Council then opened tenders for work to be done in Pearson-street. The tenders were as , follows:-CObarles Marks, £6 per chain; Evans and Donnelly, £4 per chain. Alderman Maddock, moved, and Alderman Dainty seconided-" That the tender of Evans andDdnnelly be accepted."-Carried. Alderman SCREEN moved, as an amendmen'-"That the tenders be not accepted, and that the work be done by .day ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
WANTEDS. S,7 ANTED-Two espectabla BOARItDERS. Apply to Mrs. SAY WELL, Wallseud. 449 "'TANTED-A few respectablelBOAl DENtS S Apply to R. BELL, Bootmaker, Platts. burg. 444 -Wy ANTED-A good GENERAL SER V ANT. Apply to Mrs. W. W. ROWE. 445 ANTED, BOYS to SELL PAPERS. Ap ply to this Ollfce, W ANTED.-To Rent a HOUSB, some 'hero iln tlhe City. Apply at the Oflice of this Pauper. ?VrTANTED a good GENEIRAL SEIIVANT. V Apply at the Great Britain Hotel, corner Market and Scott-streets, Newcastle. 414 TW ANTED, a good steady GENERAL V SERVANT, to a rolitible person. First-class wages will be paid. Apply JUNOCION INN, Glbho, - 392 TENDERS TWESLEYAN OCIURCH, - New LAnuroue. TENDERS WANTED, up to WE?nsausoA, May 20th, FOR LINING THE ABOVE. For particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN DAVIES, New Lambton or to REv. \. ROBSON, Waratah. 425 MEETINGS. PROPOSED DIVISION OF THE BOROUGH OF WALLSEND. A PUBLIC MEETING of Ratepayers will be hield on 'nuosDAr evening, the 4th inst., in IIorris Rooms, Wallsend, at ! p...
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
CAVE ADULLAM. Ore' of thoso good-natured philanthro pists, who are always ready to elevate the drooping mind, was kind enough to intro duce me to the dress circle at the Victoria Theatre last evening. Being unaccus tomed to the interiortof a theatre, I felt the usual thrill of delight which visitors .experience when entering the charmed ,temple of Thespis for the first time. After suffering myself to be led into the regions of Elysium, by the contemplation of the really beautiful scenery in "Ruby," I found my peregrinations through the charming realms of fancy brought to an abrupt halt by a peculiar reflection. This was at the close of the second act,- where sonie ruffian of tiih l? epest dye, who, lhiiving perpetrated a miniature Neogate Calendar list of crimes, finds that a bridge across a torrent will be likely to afford an opportunity of his plans being frustrated by the defenders of oppressed virtue, pro ceeds to cut away thebridge. This would have been simple enough if he liha...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Received Wednesday, 8 p.m. Coal Fields Rill. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
LATEST TELEGRAMS. S(From our Sydney Corres.poandent.) SYDNEY. Received Wednesday, 8 p.m. Coal Fields Rill, Tin Coal Fields Vertilation and Regulation Bill as amended in the Legislative Council, was considered to-day, in thoe Assembly. On the motion of Mr. Lucas,-agreed to, and transmitted back to the Council. The Bill umy, thereforo, be considered passed. lecd. 9 p.m. The Marine Board have decided that the collision between the New England and the Challenge was caused through the Challenge being navigated on the wrong side of the harbour. Edward Dalton was accordingly charged with default; the official investiga tion will take place shortly. A deputation interviewed the Postnmaster General to-day, irging the necessity for a second. telegraphic lino between Australia and the rest of the world. The Heon. J. F. Burns promised to bring the natter under the notice of his colleagues, with the view of opening negotiations with the other colonies respect ing the proposal. At the Water Polic...