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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1876. (Before Messrs. E. A. White and A. J. Smith, Esq., J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1870. (Before Messrs. E. A. White and A. J. Smith, Esq., J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. For this offence three offenders were dealt with. DISOBEDIENCE OF LAWFUL tOMDEANDS. Frederick Filby, charged with the above on board the barqnui Glimpse, pleaded guilty, but was discharged on promising to go on board and resume duty. Victor Le Foundro, a French seaman, was then charged with a like offence on board the Cilars, on the 2nd instant. Prisoner, on conviction, was sentenced to four weeks' imprisonment.in Maitland gaol. STEALING COAL. George ~oods, a lad about 11years old, was charged with stealing, at Hamilton, on the 28th of last month, about. a hun dredweight of coal, belonging to the A.A. Company. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. Mr. Brown appeared to prosecute on behalf of the company, Moses Partridge, the stepfather of the lad, appearing in court to watch the case on behalf of the prisonler, On the Magistrate offering to the pri sonlr the usual alterna...
ROYAL MAIL NOTICE, VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
ROYAL MAII. NOTICE, VIA tSAN FRANOI1SO.. , The Mails hv the R.I.S. Australia'will be closed at the Newcastle Post Office, on Friday night, the 5th instant:- . The rates of postage pon letters to Honolulu, United States of America. and the United Kingdnom, are fd per 6-oz. full information as to rates of postage to all places can bc nscortained at the Post OBice, and at the varlous suburban and country office.. LATZ LETTERS. Letters for the United Kingdom only will be received at Sydney up to 2 pe.m. on Saturday, 6th instant, on payment of a feu of 6d. The fMnri'eiBoard held an inquiry, on 1st instant, into the circumstances under which the schooner Swansea Packet, of about 40 tons, be longing to the port of Hobart Town, was aban doned at sea on the 2.1th ultino, when about 60 miles east of sldystone Point, Tasmania. This vessel was on a voyage from Hobart Town to Launceston, and encountering a prevalence of westerly gales, was driven off the land ; and on the 21st ultimo lost herlow...
QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
QulItntDr. -Th S,ngflefto Argos' correspondent says ;--Our ariculturists have, with but few exceptions, lost all their corn crops, and should the rein happen to keep off much longer choy will have to abandon the hope of sowing any wheat. The loss of the corn crop for two successive years to our in dostrious ftarmers mrlt ho exceedingly dis couriging, yet they do not exhibit any great dissatisfaction. Somegcoonow ploughingthoir land, while, na they say, their teoms are strong enough to do so, in the hope of getting sufficient rain to now their wheat.
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
WALLSEND. CounEoTr:oe.-Jn my report of the School of Arts meeting, you substituted the name of eov. Mr. Wood as elected Vice.Prosi. dent, for that of thie Rev. Mr. Mood. The nameo, Mr. tuton, also appears for Mr. Rush ton. AOOsIENTsr.-An old man named Edward Bunt bad a iarrow oscap.e( ?being killed on Tuesday. Ho was sitting in a dray which was carrying abarrel of water, when the pin came out, and the body of the dray tilted up, throwing the old man out, and the cask of water on top of him. Though he got a great bruising his life was not in dangor.--A. minoer named Georgo Allen had his leg very nearly broken by a lump of coal, in the Co operative pit on last Friday. Heo is progress ing well so far, but will be laid up for a while. WALLSEND PsT.-This colliery liss been in full work this week, whieh is quite a treat hero, Tuesday was a memorable day in drawing coal, tilo largest quantity over drawn having been accomplished-on that-day. The total numbr -of skips drawn in nine hours was...
CASUALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
OASUALTIES.' YsTOORDAY was marked ,vith all uanusual amount of casualties in connection with the maritime commerce of ;this prt, the sB. You Yangsand the e.S. Kembln, having each in their turn beou obliged to suc:mb.to ndisaster. The You Yangs (a.) left Port Phillip Heads at 7.30 pro. onl April 28th, passed Wilson's Promontory at 6 a.m. on the 20th, Gabho.sland at-2 a.m. on the 30th, arriving at Sydney Heads at 3 30 a.m, on the lat instant. Expoerienced moderate westerly winds to Oabo island, from thence light northerly winds. Left Sydney Headsat 3 p m, on Touesda, for Newaoustle.. While nearing the entrance of this port yesterdlay morning sihe ntruck omn the reef to tle south of Nohuy's, at 4 ia m., and romained three hours and a half in this position and thenn heain to m.ke water. Her steam whistle washlerI by one of the light keepers at Nobhy's, and inlormation was at once conveyed to the Hnrhour Master, Captain D. T Allan. He immediately despatched two pilot bouts to the scene o...
AFTERNOON SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
AFTERNOON SITTING. The Synod resumied at 3 p.m., and on being declared open, the President left the chair, and the Synod wont into com mittee for the furthoer consideration of the Ineasure before it on adjournment, Clause 4.-Duties of. Cbuncils. Tile clausovas amnenided slightly nill passed. Clause 5.-District Conunitteoos, h-i Rev. Canon WVu5TE proposed thu omission of the words "such election to be conducted under the same regulations es t)o election of Parochial Councils." ao contended tlhat the time allowed for he election was insuflicient. It might be sufticient for some parishes, managed in a stemsticmanner ; butsomoofthecconftry rishes would have some serious diffi ty in complying with the clause of thi , nlance il qucstiomn. oThe proposition was negatived. The Rev. Canon SeLWYN moved the insrtion of words to the effect, that the lecction of district coninittees should take place oni montli after the election of the Seconded by the Rev. C. WALSu, and T"ie Rov. Canon WHITE pro...
NEWCASTLE DIOCESAN SYNOD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
NsEWCASTLE DIOCESAN SYNOD. We3v Nr'ntiAY. iA 3. Tinch Synoil met at uJ.0 n.m. Ti e pro-' ceedingsa being fornthlly . opened, the ninutes of the previous aly were read and confirmed. LAY SEOIRETAILY.. MIr. O. BOLTON moved, and the Rev. Jonr SnAw seconded--" That Mr. P. VW. WmouR be elected as Lay Secretary." Carried. PAROCHIAL AND DIOUESAN I'UND ORDINANCtI. The Roev. Canon SELWYN mloved, hi accordance with orders of the day-" That the Parochial and Diocesan Funds Ordi nance be read a second time. .. Tihe Rev. L.' TitaitELL sconde'd the motion. The Rev. Cation WinrlT movId the ad-. journinent of the debate. 'lThe reason of his so doing was that his Lordship, in his address, had referred to a very important amendnment in the Ordinance, the terms of the amendmlent were nlot; however, before the Synod. He was of opinionl they slhould be, and, with other s .....! ::!?t'?t .., a4?en,.ttl'in placed in the halnds of the Inembers of the Synod. Mr. Bolton seconded the motion for adjournment. -...
Waratah Police Court. (Before A. A. Tighe, Esq., P.M., and W. M. Robson, Esq., J.P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
Waratah Police Court, (Before A. A.;Tlihe, Esq., P.3M., and W. 31. Robson, ASSAULT. Cihristoplhor Currie and David Forbes were charged' with assaulting nud beating one ilMargaret Brady, on 'the Commnonago, 'at Lambton, on tie 17th.4,p'rlt lust. IMr, G. W'allace for the prosecution, and MI: Capper for the deofonce. ar:urgrt Bradily doeposecd: I amn 'the wife of l'Patrilck Bnidy, an resido at Now Lunsb. ton; the information laid by. me is correct; the defendants before 'the court are the per. sons of whom I complain ; on the 17th of last month my husband and myself weont to Mrs. Buckley's house on the Conunonago; the de fondants cail'o theoro; we wont away, aid I wont back to oek the child's hat; Forboes asked BUcldoey to open hier back giit' ;' itold her not to do so; defendant Forbes then struokmno in the mouth vith hiis first ; then Currieo hit ito in the oar-hole and knocked. 'iodownil; I theno screanied out. murder; my husband came and chased Forbes, who was gotting over the fenc...
EVENING SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 4 May 1876
EVENING SITTING. The Synod resumed at 7 p.m. Tile PRtEssIDEr declared the Synod for ally opened, and the Chairman of Com ittees (Mr. I-annell) agail took the h(ir on the Syio6il going into comlnitioo r the further consideration of the Ordi alice. Clause 9, Providiug for the retirement two members in the order in which they ore elected at every subsequent? annual Qetieg convened as lheroinbefope pro Sd?i. The order of retipiement shall'bo il at the lowest on the list, and then ter all those elected as members oi the it Parochial Council have retired, two ected meinberp shall retire accrdinlg to ir seniority in the Coencil, provided b aoth tl t members so retiring ahldl cligible for rclctiop, The 1ev. Carton WnVIT moved the e fission of the clause as a whole. Seconded by Mr, BOLTON. " The Rtev. Canon SELWYN, at consider 10 Ilength, opposed the excision of the The clause was thrown out by a large cjarity. TThoe Rev. Canon WVITE mooed tile in sortion of the following clhius,.iii place o...
NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 4TH, 1876. (Before F. J. Shaw, J.P.) DRUVKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
NEiWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 4THI, 1870.1 : (Beflore F. J; Shaw,. J.P.) DRUVKENNES8. "Thc id'ffenders weioe deaIt witl, S AISENT'WITJIOUT LeAVE. Henry Biosiott was charged ithib'eing absent withoult leay? from the ship "St. Laencblot"? at Nlw~astlo on the 3rd'inst.' .Prisonier, on"6xpresinog liig willingncss to go on board, was dischargoedc .,
EVENING SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
EVENING SYNOD. The Synod resumed at 0.30 p.m. The President declared tlhe result of the alloting for representatives at the soneral Synod. The clergy elected being Rove. Canons Solwyn, Child, and White ; aymen Mossrs. $Uolton and Hlannell. Mfeswrs, , IR. White and T. Hungerford lavillg polled alj equal number of votes, it was decided to have a freslh ballot, and 1poln the votes being recorded. Mr. F. . White wias found to be in the'majority, and was tliereforo declared elected. On the motion of the Rev. Canon CaRD, seconded by the Rev. Canon SELwyN, the President was given power to elect some gentleman to act as a substi tute in case of any of the gentlemen elected shlould by aqy means prevented Iron( attendiig at the General Synod. Tihe Synod tlhen ycnt into committee for tlto further consideratiqn of tlhe Ordinances. Clause 12.-Stipends, how paid, was 4iscussed, is printed, and numerouP ameundments moved ; however, it ivasulti mately proposed, seconded, iaid carried that the clauh...
NEWCASTLE DIOCESAN SYNOD. THURSDAY, MAY 4TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
N4EWC-ASTILE DIOCESAN SYNOD" TfUnSD~Y, lIAy 4Tr, 1870. Ssynd met at 0.30 a.m. 'u -l o ?,edil were opened in the Ther -^r °The President left. the 0 ,."l5 te S nod went into comnlittee atrtile resumtion of the debate on ause 10 of the Ordinanccs. Teh R.oy Canon SELcr~N proposed that e second Charges on tihe Paroclual to the secDiosn Fund should be paid under t condition, that if at least £100 was not paid before December 31st each year, t Diocesan Council should withdraw its ubsidy from the clergymnn's stipend. The proposition was affirmod. Theemnhi rlder of the clause was excised, the words proposed and inserted by the Rev Canoa SoAVwyn being considered stdticieltly explicit. Clause Il.--Fnnds, how managed by Diocesan Couincil. Provided that conitri butions should be received under three becads, by tho Diocesan Council, viz.:- Stipond R und, General Fund, and Special d. The stipenid fund should ib chargeable solely itl tlhe stipends of tie lerY end candidatesin holy orlers. The spec...
Theatre Royal, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
* Theatre Rtoyal, Sydney. (From, our SyUdney Correspondent.) - ltn. LazAn, lesedo'0f theth eatre Royal, has, it is reported, acting on.the best legal advice, cuommenced ,an accion.i'foe libel against the proprietois of the Mel bourne dtstralasian Aiseries of arti cles. against tlhe theatre, containing statements calculated to seriotisly injrir Mn. LazAi's crddit, : and tliha' f his theatre, haied, fiom time to.: time, ap peared in the Amstralasian, signed " "A La~dy Correspondeit..' .?I?he clinmax wa reached in last .Saturday's .icsue, whet the theatre Wasstyled "ttawdry:and jim. drack," the company unhesitatingl, denounced, and M' Jt. OAtPLIe 'pro nounced a flat, uninteresting .notor.:. It is not beyond the province of a Proes: writ?"l evon though'an actidfoi ispehding1 to givote sthestatemeu respecting the interior, decoration of the tlheatre,'ar unqtialifled denial. The Royal is not only one of the prettiest and most cots modious theatres in thiiecolony, but also one of the most ...
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
ELcION C r IMAYon.-A meeting of the Municipal Council waes held -in the Coun--.. cil Chnnmlbers on Thlenrday evening for .theu purpose of eloeting a Mayor in the place of C. .Iurper, Esq., resigned. °There weio.e present. -Atdeoroooo r:, ['Mticlmcl, Watson, our'. riott, Turneroc, idl Whitenn; Mri. J. Daniel, Council Clerki, in the chir.h: After a few, opening remarksn the Chairman r asked the meeting to decide as to the mode of votiig Aldernnan Witson mnoved and Alderman Kei' seconded "'Tl t the eeiocioon be b4y open vot ing." Curried.-Alderman . Watson thien:. moved and Alderman Kerr seconded " 'That? Al lerman McMictaeltbu Mavorfor th ,re-'1 mainder of the current yeanr" Alderuiin MuMiichnoael rose and saidl he would much nother that the Aldermo.i would appjint somo oimd also to the ofllico of lMayor. lie had no ambition to blo elected to the ollice. Ho did not know that he would be in W?Vnetah until the termimnation of thopresent yllr..If elected be would do wlhat lay m his power...
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
(B1T ELECTGRIC TYLELYORAPU.) SYDNEY. ' ·: .". ARIRIVALS.-Mnay 3. Queenoland and \YWntworLh, atenmers, from e?olbourno .;' ivility and Agnos Irving, nteamera, from -irafton DEPARTURES.--Iay 4. li??s MLary, schoonnor, for Adelaido Oburahn, schooner, for Shanghai Southern Cross, sclhooner, for Adohaido