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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
LAItilBTON. o LEC?un E.-On MIonday evening hant Mr. Edward IHardy delivered a lecture in the Primnitive Itetlodist Church, Lambton. Sub Ject : "Tbo progress of the Christiaij Church from its establishnent to the Tenth Century." There were a large number of the church members arid others present. Mr. J. Robin son occupied the chair and introduced the lecturor. Mr. Hardy entered upon his sub ject in an oloquent and elabomrto manner, describing most particularly the principles of theochurch as laid down by Jesua Christ.. Ito tlhen dwelt upon tlh spread of the Gospel by the Disciples, and the. growth of the church up to the third century. As the time war limited to an hour, and as it would take too long to finish the romrining part of thie lec. turo, it was postponed till some future time. Allpresent soeemredto enjoy the discourse arnd when Mr " Hardy takes up his subject again, no doubt the church wil be filled to .hear him. Losr.-T?To children have been lost during the woek. In both c...
ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
ADELAIDE. ARRIV.ALS.-MAI 3. St. M?are, borque, from Mauritius DEP, ItTURFS.-.M AYr 3. Coorong, s eainer, for IMellourne Irvine, barque, tar Port Uroughton Swordfish, schooner, for Melbourno IMaid of Erit, brig, for Hoharton 1I.M.S. Conflict, for Sydney. An sttempt was made oeste'day morning to get the stegcmer You Yangs on to the Patent Slip to have the damage iacrred by her late oea:dent, repaired. Soe wai pointed on to t ae crdli, buot owing to the strong S.Ei: wind bloar oing, And'th~e resel being so innch downdby the stern, the work could'not obe acoeplshled. She is now taking 100 tons of oal, to be stowed in her forehold, so as ti britg hor into a better position to take tbo blocks on the Slip. At the time of our enquiry eterday. preparation n living niod? to take tlc vessel Oatn e Slid ?st arsootne aft flotidel. ,o '?. vWe were intorned yesterday rby Capain Allntn that so soon as the weather permitted the bell buoy woultl ngail be mooted ont the Big Bon Reeof. The buov has und...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
WALLSEND.. AcorniarT.-A driver in tile VWalls end Pit, named Canrr, had one of his hands oeveroly.injured to-day, through an accident with a coal sip. Onoe of the fingers was taken off, and the rest aro. severely orushed. Dr. Nash was in attendance, and promptly relieved the suffeorer. THE WEATIIEu.-A splendid rain began to fall hero athalf-past three o'clook,on Thursday morning. It came down for about two minutes in torrents. A fine rain has continued to fall at intervals during the day, which will do an immonso amount of good. BoTANIo c REcDIEcs.-I hid the ploasuroof inspoecting some now botanie re medics imported direct from America by Mr. Fmrank W. reay, botanio druggist, through thie firmn of Rowo and Co., of Pitt-street, Sydney. The remedies consist of the well koawn hierbs used by members of lithe botanic practic, prepared in a concentrated form, and seeured in glass stoppered bottles.' As to well known the usual practice of proparing herbal medicines was to take certain quan...
The Hon. J. B. Watt. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
The lIon; J. B.' Watt. TnE banquet given sy the mercantile conununity of Sydney to the Hon. J. B. WaTr, M.L.A., prior to his depar ture to Europe, afforded an opportanity fIbr the expression of sentiments which do credit not only to the speakers, but to the community itself. Amonigst the gutests were gentlemen of various shades of political opinion, including the leader ofthe Opposition. Of course, on most of these valedictory occasioni a great deal of license must be allowed for the claims, of old. friendship, and of ear!y associations in thoe., iterances of the panegyrics which help to speed the parting guest. Yet mwe believe that the banquet spontaneously. altorded to the gentleman alluded to at the. Ex change on Monday. Ist is deser ving of special notice, not so inich on account of the occurrence "it self, but as incentive to the 'rising geleration to hold'on their way in the struggle for fortune and for honorable fame. The PnR clEn of the colony spoke of Mr. WATT as a man of p...
CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
CITY & DISTRICT. I NEWCASTLE. NEW ITNSOL?'NT -. Willian Horton, of Newcastle, coach.builder. Liabilities, £217 2s. lid. Assets, £130 17s. Od. Doliciency, £80 5s. Oficial Assignee, Mr. R. H. Snm pill. TItns GorvT NUIoANoa.-On Friday afternoon last the uisanco of goats being ail lowed to tray in the streets appeared in a atlior 'different phase than hitherto. A "nanny" pursued by a dog was on the after noon in question rushing rather wildly round the corner of Nowcmen-stroeet into Hunter street, and scoeing Mr. Peter Conolly,' ne df Mr. Cowan's assistants standing with hIs back towardls her, ohe went otmight t at him, and plieizig her headl with no dolicato force against his legs, landed him gently on to a tender part of Ilis body, and then proceeded, on her way. MIr. Conolly recovered himself and although somewhat discomposed at the great diversity lafforded the bystandor, was unhurt. Hl belives now that the gouto area nuisance. L?on BOAT GnEw.-iThe crew of iho life boat, und...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
SHIPPING.. J'ORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIV&LS.-Max 3. Klahome, banrque, 371, Rhid, from Wal laroo. G. Herwison. agent BMAr 4. Fiona (a.), MIurphy, from Sydney. 0. F. Stokes and ' o., agients Visid, barque, 2:18, Jones, from Syduoy. W. K. Loebbeol, gent Craig EIllUachie, brig, "22, Meredith, from Sydney. C. . SLoketo and Co..agents Garrou, achooner, 270, Carpenter, from Syd noy. C. F. Stokes iand Co.. agent CoA-rwlse.-May 4. May, from Port Slepholrus, with 11,000 foeot timber; Collaroy (a.), and Waratah (s.), from Sydnry Sydney DEPARTUtIRES. COnSTW;R -[May 4. Waratah (s.), and Coabutnnbarra (s), from SJydney
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
SH'IPPING. NEWCASTLE SS. CO. LIMIITED. NO.TICE. THE S.S. HUNPER will leave the Steamers' Wharf, Newcastle, on SATUIDAY, the Gth [insbGL 8AE ] for the Double Journey.. 461 NEWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. S(LIIsTrD.) , 'Syd!iny Exhibition ! Tbe B. S. KEMBLA will run at SINGLE FARES FBR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY,! UNTIL FRIDAY, 12?H MAY, INcLUSIVE. BALOON....o..... . IS. 6d. STEERAGE.................. 7d. Leaving Sydney Every Night at. 11.30 p.m. * (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Moreing at 10 a.m (Sunday end Monday exeoopted). H. D.' 'ORTUS, S Manager. Ofice-Hunlor-street, Newcastle, 10th April, 1876. 193. O'SULLIVAN AND '0o.'s PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. atelPS of the Largest Class taken op for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &e. Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrights' and Smiths tark performed. Spa's nnd all otheor ship's materials in stock. An E?perienced Diver, with diving appa '.tub,on heaL. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., P'roprietors. PUBLIC NOTICES. ROTESTANT HALL, WALLS...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
SHIPPING IN PORT. S SIPs. Corona, 1199, Strachan. R. B. Wallase, agent,; Idoding at ¥o. 2 crane New Lambton coal Uomrmonwealth, 1345, Cooaer. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; loaded at No. A Crane, for San Francisco Conflict, 1871, Hnnardy. Bingle, White & Co., .cents; to load, Messrs. Brown's coal, for San Francisco Firth of Clyde, 824. 0. F. Stokes and Co., agents; cargo wharf discharging. ';llcn COoudey 1, I'914, Porry. B.B. Wallace, agent; Horseshoe, to sail for San Francisco Invrertne, 745, Foreman. Bingle, White, anl Co. aoents Litredale, 1230, Brown. R. B. Wallace, agent; to lord Greta Moonta, 627, Peareo. ; G. Hewison, agent; Port W\ratah, discharging Saliabury, 1095. Case. R.B.: Wallace, agent; *treanm Savenas Skellettea (Swedish), 768, Nylon. Bingle, White, and Co., agents Sir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J. and A. Browii, agents; Horseshoe, to sail for Hong SiloenrEagle, 987, Blchard. J. Reid, agent to load Noew Lamnbtou, tbr Shanghai Warwick, 1005, Tizard. Bingle, Whit...
CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
CUSTOM HOUSE cLEARANCES. May 4. Nonpu"iil, barque., Breot, for Lyttleton. J, and A. Brown, agent. Corg---600 tons coal, and 23 empty cnl;s Easby ( n.), Ruuedy, for Wellington, via Sydney. C. ". Stokes H nd Co., agents. Oargn -1O00 tons coal.
BUNDELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
BuiaEsD .LA.-- Thf country is again very dry, and rain is looked for as earnestly as before. The seathelr is fine, but the even ings are cold. If this kind of weather lasts much longer the effects will be disastrous. Great numbers of stock are being sabifted about for grass and water, which, conse# queantly are becoming very scarco commodi ties in these parts. The country generally wears a parched and uninvitng aspect. S'ingleto Argus .
NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
NOTES AND EVENTS (FROx OU SYDNEY CUOIIBESPONDENT.) MIs. GEORooi ROsEcOrsoN AICLca , J.P., a gontlimnan at present residing in Sydey and said to be largely identified with aon dition purchriso interests, is a candidate for Liverpool Plains. Ax important alteration.lss heels made in thoethue of departure of the San Franm cisco lisil ateaners. In future tlhey will leave Sydneye at 3 p.m. inistead of G as horstofore. The s.s. Australia with' the next unmil leaves on Saturday. instead of Friday, as originally intended. Ti'reMarine Board gave its decision this evoning in: the ease of the collision be tveenthe stcaunter NOew England and tile tug-boat Challenge, lUld declared that the tug was to blamne. There was a strong effolbrt on the part 'of the Challenge to throw the blmes on the Now England, by basing the tug's ease on the 14th and 1Oth rules of tile sailing regulations, which say if two ships under steaum are crossing, so as to involve risk of collision; the ship whlichl lus tile ot...
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
PAIRLIAIEN TAiR LEGISLATIVE ASSIEMLBLY. (From the S. H. 'Herald.) a;.' IrN the Legislative Assembly, on Tuesday, , Ministers stated in answer to questions that,. ipou application being made by conditional nurchasors, it was usual.to allow thre years fromldato of survey for effooting the necesary ihnloirovoments. - ... *. C..J. !BYRNE moved the adjournmelit for the ipurpose of making an explanation with refernceo to his using the report of the Conm nitteo of Elections with . regard. to : Mr. Taylor's case at the late election for.Parera iatta., The copy of the report given to him. by Mr. Lackey had not gone out of his pos-, session until the Monday, . whereas, otlier copies had been circulated through the town, on the Saturday night previous. The motion.was not seconded;. . . * Various returns were laid on the table by Ministers, and ordered to be printed. . Mr. T. G. DeoA. nasked the member for Braidwood whether the Mr. Hanley Bennett who was insolvent was the Mr. Bennett who was a ...
STOCKING THE LITTLE RIVER WITH FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
STOCKINGr TILE LITTLr IRIVER WfTB Frsr.--Sinco Mr. 3. P. Wray, of ~WVarruln bue1, 11 c?3 rried out his eontrlto for stock ing tho Shoalhlaven Itiver with litlsh in such n acceossful manner, it is corntomplnted to serve tihe LittltRiver in tile o;lno way, aol n aubscription for rho purpose is wow beinlg got up. Mlr. Wray wnt throullh m1uch troublelo nnd hardshipj iln hi holatIhlvn!1 VYOenture, 111nd we hlope that if ho ucceeds int this 11 will be Ilhandsomely rlemlunetratcd. At all ovelt the person who owns tlhe lhnd on1nch side o[ thu Little Rtwvr lshould " fork out" to a merry tune.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
"i NSURANCE NOTICE. ....; uTI OTO I A- FIRE AND MARINE V * i INSURVNC SOOIEy 001 . *. ,. [ J * 'i iEstablished 1849. 0.' , : . Capi ..k....;... £200, 00. : Eorms of Application and all otlier infor iation, mray e o.btainhd lt the loftico'bf 'tlhe ."'I 1'tOBERT'Bh.WALLAOFG, .. ,. i .1 *'i ... . ; .iBolton-.treet,; . 3 i'' :Newcastle V MED!CAL. I*hR.; :: .. *N.^ iA S.-f;nl (For the' last ninO yoars Surgeon to the Uppo : Goulburn District Hospital, Victoria), :: " " ' WALLTSENID. 31 fi' 0 B B S ' :FAMILY MEDICINES. The attention of the. public is respect fully directed to the following list of * USEFUL FAMILY MEDIOINES, which' are now justly celebrated for their eflecacy and utility. ' ' eosidnts in' the Country, heads of families, and' all classes of the community, rich and poor, will promote tlheir own interest by using, When required ;'these invaluablo pre paratlons. . . . . Hobbs' Camomile and Dandelion Pills i Hobbs' Celebrated CoIhIli Balsam Hobbs' Fluid I'xtract of Sarsaparilla,...
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
Pnrliamentary. Thie Assembly sat last night till a late hour discussing ltho banking, arranlgoments; siot much progress was madd. Th 13Bill for Additionnial lepresentation of theo Elctorate of Northumberland,wmns thrown out this tlterno6n; upon the third reading. It cannot be brought forward again this Session. The lisenssion on the Banking Agreement is still proceedilg.
ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL, PER AVOCA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
AR??IVAL OF TIlE SUEZ MALL, PER AVOOA. The P. and O. branch mail steamer Avoeo, Captain Steacd, arrived at 8 o'clock, on Monday evening, in Port Jackson, bringing English files to the 17th IMarch. LATE TELEGRAMS. (Frcn the 'Colombo Observer.) 'Calnutta, March lIth. A GNzette EztraordlinarJ pnblishoea a cordial letter from thie Prince of WVales, addlessed to the Viceroy. as the Queenos ropresentative, ex pressing sincere pleasure at tile result of the visit-theo receptlotl from the Princos, chiefs, and native population having been most gratify ing as evidences of loyalty and attachment to tho Qoren,. London, March 2Ist. In the HIousen of Lords, list night, Lord DIerby stated that nogociations with the Khedive weree still proceeding for the repression of the slanvo trade. Tire lhiodivo's good will, Lord Derbly said, was undoubtcd. lHer !iajesty's Government hnas abandoned further negoiations for the cession of OGambia to France. Mr. Cochrano gave notice hie would shortly call attenti...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 12.28 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
MIELI3OURNE. Wednesday, 12.28 p.m. Mr. Solywn, once holding high o1llco here as Government Geologist, has received the Murchison Medal of the loyal Geologiaenl Society. Mr. Selwyn is nowy chief geologist at Canada. The schoonors Glongarrio and Gippslander got aslhore at the entrance to the Gippsland Lakes yesterday evening. The Gippalandor was got off, but the Glongarrio sank with her full cargo. Tho case of the bly Berry is creatmng a gre?at inmpression hero. Tho piarticuhls are as follows:--Al boy locven yeca of ago, named. Thomas Iterry, son of Joseph Baorry (a brass moulde ), was conlined on boardl the training ship Nolson, his,father paying five shillings a wekol towards his support, On April 10thll his mother wrtoto to Inspector Dunc?n, requesoting that the hoy shoeld be allowed to coano homeo. Thle application was refused on the ground that serndot fever was caging on board the vessoel. On the fol lowing Saturday a eonstablo went to the house of thboy's parents, and announced...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 5 May 1876
PARLIAMENTARY. (Froni our Sydnee Correspoudent.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WENEsn AY, MAY 3, 1876. MLhNrsTERs stated in answer to ques taons : The Secretary for Mines was riot connected with either of the companies whose tenders for the supply of coal for the Great Weostern and Southern Rail ways during the year 1875 were ac cepted. Tenders would be invited dur ing the present week for a hi-weekly mail service between Bulgandamine and Parkes The probable amount of in terest falling due and payable in London on the public debt of the colony during the years 1877, 1878, and 18790, if no other loan than those already authorised was raised, would be about £490,000 a year. Tile number of steam dredges owned by or in the ser vice of thle (jovernment was eight. tlhe Government Geological Surveyor would upon his return to Sydney from the interior, where he was inspecting the gold fields reserves, report upon the coal beds under and around Sydney. Tenders would be invited for the com plotion of ...