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BATHURST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

At thlo Circuit Comlrt '1'rln ur day.·ls 11'hlollauoiy v. hue~, fuir a libul~pabliuhcd.~ inn the lmnenIfi~n f~lnlnjennnmeater, wal~ cunnclnidcd. A~ verdict ~as giivoni far tlnujnaiati li. dinninagru,, £liO.; A~nntinur c ann, :I\M~nncannrr~n v. Thca,: far rnnon'ony~of vatuo of-goadu soloed, hin8 nnonnn Ineonncad.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advantages of Gas in Private Houses. (Continued from Saturday's Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Advantages of Gas in Private Hlouses. BY J. N. O. BUTLEI?; F.R.A.S. (Continued from SaturdaU's Issue.) Since the repeal of the duties on glass, and ite, cooa ifent relenase, frdu exciei regulations, tihe prices of gaO-lust~e have been.considerably reduced. They are admirably edapted for light-beirrs, can heo made to suit rooms of any size or height, aire fitted oup as easily-"h'd stcurcly an ordis:r.y.pendacnts, and at a cost so moderate that no one -need be afraid to make inquiries about them., . In most houses there is "i room, or passage, or stair-ease, where a light would be very convenient; the leasut pds sible quantity being, however, sufficient for all useful purposes. :In auoh cases a sreail fish-tail, or single-jet, burner will be most appropriate. Eithelo'of those may be adjusted to yield tho light of only one candle, at a cost of six or seven shillingj a' year. The only correct method of esti mating the relative cost of gas-fight and of that obtained from tallow, waxi and...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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(FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS.) HAY. Wednesday, 7.59 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

S(rOM TIr':srmnYe Prr'EIaS.) HAY. - W\Vednesday, 7.59 p.m. SAt tlihe Quarter Sessions' here, 'Hipworthl and Willianii, convicted of robbory, were eon tenced each to tweolvo months' in Deniliqulin gaol. lobert Sponedr, convicted of forgoery, 'ws scutenced to two' yCars' ilprisoninent atI Goulburn. Tho as 'l f atthews, for larceny, to six montlis' in' Deniliquin gaol. Riclaird Don ning, Walter Scvillo and' Williamn ]B3urloii, simnlarly charged; were anquittcd; as also two other pcr.ons, respectively named Leon ard and "Waters. At thie District Court an application was made on blehalf nf the plaintill in thle case of i'[Gregor'v. Sakino, for anew trialon thel ground that the verdict was against evideUce. Calnplcll v. nCamlbfll, an action for tresl)ase, pltintif got a v6rdict for £50. In a roa naction betwueen the samen parties the plaintitff was nousuitcd. Patterson?v. IHopldis,i for trespass. TlThe pirhrtios were recolmmendedto come td'some arddoihent, or hieavy ldamloge would be awar...

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Incidents Relating to Ilma de Murska. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Incielnts .RehtLitug to Ilima doe 3lurekn (From the -Melbourne Correspondent of the Griefton Argus,) ILMA DE MUitSKtA, aeoompanied by Signor de Vivo (lher business manager) 'hdls her company of artistes, have bid good-bye to Australian shores having loft for ,the ,United States, vii, New Zealand. Ilma de Murska will never forget Australia, tliohe sooneo or hoer grand successes, and I may almost say, defeat. Hor'star,'ever in the ascendant, began to doelinq .from the time of lier late ill feted mesafliance. That a mistakoe was ,nade'on both sides there is little doubt -ithe equioel proves my assertion eor rest. I have up to the present time been intimate with nearly all the facts connected with this ill-starred marriage thorifore,' I write from personal know ledge. There were several causes lead ing to tihe rupture between tlese gifted artistes Ilmt de. MBurska was over 50. yearseof age-liher Andersonian venture being the. fifth of the lindd; son by i fornmer marriage now serving as ...

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A Dreadful Crime. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

A Dreadful Crime. Ar La Garenue-Colonibe, niear Paris, a discovery. has just been made of adread ful crime. Some two years ago a widow, named Bonnerue," forty years of age, came and took up her resirience there in a cottage belonging to a man named Gervaic, and they soon became intimnate, and hle cosslded to her care two of the five chileren he had by his deceased. wife. Some three months back the IneCighbours mis.ed thle woman, and the man accounted for. her absence by say insg she had gone into the country to see some of her relatives. For a time that tale calned their curiosity, but when they saw him shortly after, marry a young girl of eighteen aud ilstal her in the cottage where was still tihe furniture of some value bolongiUg to Madame Botuerne, their suspicions became more strongly aroused. At last they comnmu nicated with tie judiat asuthorities, who borerued the arrest of tihe iman, who, after a proloogeud examination, ad mitted that the wonllll wtasi dead, and that he had ...

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL PRESERVED MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL PRESERVED MEiAT. During the pant month the arrivals in London and Liverpool have been hlpvy, comprising: From Sydtley, 12.735cs?po; IlitDurto, 4312; Qeens npd surts, 27?4; United States, 1106; Norw Zealand, 25; total, 20 17 cases2 . A on siderobinlo portion of this qunotity boingreqnred to flfilt French and Englisl Government onm tracts, t: at has beorn dis, slion to press -nales; on the contrnrv, the ex:s'in stocks being in fewer bands shlghtiy ad ance?? prices have been nosked and somwarht rel orantly paid by buyers, who are however, ready to tak, advantage of thie firsnt iqdications of a neno?wal of compn tition between importers to endoenvour to i re pri es donyn to the unremunvratnre levelo of the uearly part of 1875. There is n steady eonsumption going on, and with movderato imnports we may look for In continu once of the presenot mnorp healtfiy condition of tihe trado. It mont be borne in nlnnd; however, that the Fabuenas on the River Plate are again ut w...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

CAVE ADULLAM.? ArLTrBOUO i: t is frequently understood that everything apportaining to the legal areina, must necessarily be staid, solenu, respectable, anid as dry as dust, yet there occasionally flashes-forth even from the dismal and awe.-inspiring regions of the Supreme Court a ray .,of! geniality which reminds us that benoiath thoefearftilly im posing array of horsehair wigs and silk gowns worn by lawyers, barristers, etc., the human heart often boats af warn?ly andas responsively as in tihe breasts of a more exhilarate order of society. The ap pointment of Sir William Manning to the judicial bench has afforded an opportu nity.of anlinterchange of honest and warmn lheanrted reciprocities. The bar did veoll to present its cbngratulations to thie mewly irijipiimtedaJudgothrouglm one of its msost eloquent and goniifl representatives, tme Hen. WV. B. Dalley. Sir William has been pranctising at thie bar for thirty-eiglht years, and may therefore be fairly consi. dored to be fully wor...

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The Disturbance at Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

The Disturbance at Samon. TnE following particulars r'espeoting the abve are compiled from the Fiji 'Imes : A great meeting of chiefs had been summoned for tile 15th March, to which tile King was to submit the question of his retention of the throne, or his retirement oil an appointed day. Cap tain Stevens and the English and American Consuls weore to attend the meeting with a guard of honour of 50 men. Two armed boats provided with rocket tubes were also sent to the back of the peninsula on which.the meeting was to be held, for the purpose of preventing the tribe fromn the opposite side of the bay from interfering therewith. This tribe was strongly opposed to the KaimanU and IFaipute (the legislativo bodies), and had driven their judge into tile bush on ancount of the aforesaid body having dethroned the King. Thle guard piled arms in front of the house where th' meeting was to beh held Whilst waiting the commoncemenot of proceed in s, Captain Stevens was' informed by one of his off...

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THE DISAPPOINTED DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

TuE D1UAF'OINTED pJOpaB.-¶TIe Govarnmept, wih tbhoe virw 9f p?lvihting, i omrno nnasinro tho diotrens that ~r?~rvni amongst tie rmigem re.t?17t7ng dinaoppodiicd from Dlullig?a'ns, Tush, havo made arrange menta with tho A. 8. N. Company to bring down to. Sydney any such mninrs who may dJesiro to comen, at vmy low rates.,

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POETRY. WE DAURA' [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

- OETtY. •WE DAUB A°. Shall yon haughty, vauntia' loe hall our pride bo humbled lar At their tyrant ca' l Never LIds shall it bh said BSca fsa fern is tenor lied Seala, "who eor by rloser fed, A' whab aye dacur a' ]]y our D· smmortal ires Ic B d whataSolan ni?lo' . ,resl By the love that atrcngth isaplrc a e willsthrn' or f gas JIark ! thoe death-pr..sn.gin' ?*Brun. 'Tis the lghtl--tle igllht bcsu Scotla nd victory noo era one, Secwe sihall deua a'. Steady, lade they aome l--theY' comaal Ieac thicr ftal-dcfying drum- tilecdly for wec'll n'cr ouwarlah 'a tlheh' ,eoai' v' a' Sitedy poor ealr atreams o'al'eath 'dn'eopcat-5Olsl?.le oaer the heathi, Oa ! shoat waitw lhitlmplallnt abcath , -'Tartans aye daur a'." !eal in cauld oblivlon's sdhti, Sunk orevecr iatlllelr mihlt; • Viet'ry, canilin' at the sihllt, Siege thlia sglorious blaw;,. Wire ce1a '?tn stln' Jgainst Scaotl who are Nulecl ooithi ywa in ccol' earu Wermu ist peacc, bat doeias in war, *oo thely ayo alr5l'." WLa 'er ac e Scots...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday, Received 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. - (Fro~i our Sydney Correspondent.) YSDNEfY. 'riday, leceived I0 p.m. : Eiglht divorco ctsos have boon commenoncbd in thio SuIromo Court to-cdny. M.Gr. O. I; Rdid, author of the veryvaluablu and o\ha?stutil essays on Froo Trado has oicnen olorted a hononiry member of thie Cobidn Club. The notion ot. thel Qo'nslnd Govormont roespeoting the wrek of theo Iaitollais stro6gly condemned in the "Melibourno Argus." A rlit' hasoccurred at Nord IIiUs,(aim). rush, Victorin, betwoon the Europeahns and Chinnmon;. The disturbaneownasvory serious. The weathor boing very wet, the Exhibition was poorly attended this week. The -Assembly is sitting late and getting through a groat deal of businoness. .'Tho Sydnoy Amateo r Athletic Club com mence their firs tiiitinini ii;oitinig oi tlii Albert:Ground, to-morrowv (Saturday.) A man nmned William Rlussell was fined £20 at the Water Plolico Court, yesterday, for hs?ving committed a brutal ossulit upozi a woman who lived with him. I-Io str...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVERHALL CHAPTER VIII CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, on THE SIIADOWV AT :RIVYIihIALL BY lt. . II. I. IDDtIiL, deTiolio or A LIls,' Assli, Geonmoa Glulll, do. CUAPTaER Viii CONTINUED. She looked up into my face, and I saw the tears come softly stealing into her eyes, "and her mouth began to pucker, erc, drooping her head, she replied: " Sir, just three months ago, come the twentieth, I was a happy woman, I had a good husbuand and a tidy home. There was not a lady in the land 1 would have changed places with But that night my man, comling home in a fog, fell into thie river and was drowned. It was a week before they found him, and all that time--phile I hIad bhens hoping to hear hIis step every minute in the day-I was a widow." "Poor soul '!" I said, involuntarily. " Well. sir, when a man goes, all goes. I have done my best, but still I have not been able to feed my children -his ohildren-properly; anrid the sight of their poor pinched faclees break my. heart, it do, sir," and she burst out sobbing. "And so, I suppose...

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THE FORMATION OF COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

TIE FOnlMATot Ow CoAL.-Mr. E. A. WVunsch, in his annual address to the Geo logircl focicty of Glasgow,. referring to the nvidec e sssIsiqng lshe immense time required to prirduc a sdlam 'of coanl drew attentioni stronglyto tho conditions which he haud ox. amincd in thid Islo' bf Arrninv There hb "fouid numneroud Cylinders of tiCCos, c'bomp]let. ly flattnred, of course, lying across each other at vaniols asgi, with thsir.bark comiprqesad into less thiks t hao common pastoboanrld, and the .curbpptsioq niie?i s ie rcdudd to grnpliite,cn o'lht froni throee to faour'isulicofsi thicknessoof this impume coal dintuiiied proba ly, Itw nt' gieratoniti iif trdes ovorlayng ouch otlior.:. Ndr'ifv : o ilbw thisby yours only fqr thdlif of'ich :tEd we have 000 ymcara fr tli florsstion ofrfour ichs o'e'-bf im pure coal, of 1800 yeors fqr' lo .ornitio?iof one foot of coal. At EXTBAiDJNDARY AflooDIDEN. A gentloman yccently arrived from lavelock, New Zealand, inforsis te Nelson Mail of a strange asid s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

S: Stocktosn Agency. ]y410.ATilS;B100W70 has bree AVPOtNTED .v. .AOh' or this jaounal at STOCK¶EON, frsm shomn peprs an ho loeivoed, and orders fr Advertiseoeato or Joh Pohotiog loft. M .'? 3. J' . OWEIET, "'Pprirtor. "Herald ad Adocnte Offlee," :22, n ")' ?d April, 1810. . R... ENEiVEDI NOTIJE. A KUJtUER OF CORtIOESPONDEETS, vhos shoulh have sense sOnauh to know better, persi in oddrcssiuf their litrrory eommuunlcation? to th underigned, instead of the ELITOlt, andare sometimespri?-prlisd atot seeing their etffsionsti print. Wr repeat ore, rolucst tlht eoorreposndeno ehosald be obdronad to the 'Editor," and advertise ments, &o., to the ollcc. . . WEET, a. 30 . Oee EIET, .. . ':. . Proprietor. tlthApril, 1870.

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DEATH OF A DIVER [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

DabTr oP A Dzves -A Aucekland, a diver nained Hluiry Singletdnm t his detli "unde'i ex:eptaonlly distroessing circnmstances. He wass engaged to oexamine the bottom of the Irodeick Castle, and wentdowo in a diving d eo wh.bch it'had been joioed was alightly leaking before hae put it on, but was emporar ilyrepairea Afer being down ab.ut fitlee minutes, he gave the h ag al to haul up.: Ilie party above wo'e ulnallu to comply fir som minute. When brought to the :uface, andl the hlme' detached, the man wa f und I , be all b ,t dead. A deoay uagain occurred in gettitig the dr, as off. \Wheno tie dletors arrived life wIs ext.?o. It was snlbsquently a to - taine I that decotsed suffered. from dicase of the eart.- VNew Zeald Tim'ies. t Iis stated that lather Hlyacintha is about to make America his futuro home, and will become pastor of a church in leostan. Io is now forty nine years old. iris first outlloken work of Iheresy waus in 18in nt a lectere bcere the International League if Pesac, i...

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The Electorate of Northumberland. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

The Electorate of Nortlianmber THE fatality thait hais :isally attended thi political adventtures of Mr. STlvsN, the teimber fori.tho county, appears to have followed him in his endeavour to carry, the Bill. to iticroeise the represene tatibn 'of tle'o electorate of Northiim 'bloiland. It had already passed tlie 'eco?bid reading, andi by, many :it was considered that theo order of the day for the third reading. would bo called, and passed: Wyithout i opposition.. Mr. STEVENS and others, however, seem to havelreckoned withoiit their host. Mr. BAWDES, tho member.for the Clarenice, had already moved .for leave to bring :id 'a Bill to subdivide nnd increase the representation :of his own electorate. ,sod his motion had been agreed to and :the, Bill read. a first 'time.. .Thl next business on thie paper ,would appear to liisve!been theuthird -eadingof the Nor iliitnberland Increased .Representation Bill. MIn.,BAWDosEN rendered perhaps slightly: bnoyant'at having carried his iotidn o'behl...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

£:- nswers to Correspondents.. A.R.Iton. WALLsO-OU.-Alfhouh our rolamno are opoen for tho ventflatlo of toty qocotioo aoffetiog" tir pullio wenl, ovo donft se the force of mkling theom chloo is for peromoodlabeo. Ifyou woant to oltpht th.o two colliery oaltooej, do it io a Thonioly wru') ri8d-ppntd yeo ,lor gatoretuo..... A IIrAt'.opAO, IV .oLoSxIt.--ov consider yoolr letter wool]loowbooot of ploeo; If hr. Flotolow olpoho .... for two hooto at the late Couneol meotinp. wo iinntooo hooLt folly comopeteO t to deicnd hbitt oeotforo hno attack tlhat foight bh modt; ottd if the faoyor didn't reply, wo presume thtt wls tis .. hoottolnond not ouot. 'Wo .declino to dloot with tltO nlotetr oditorilly. 'tWv..;" Hoollltono.-T. Willloms owo disqolalfied by thb t.ollsond tAthletio Cluh loot year, for dut eoarteoos 2ollncoot towntols the colooolltteoo. "O WA.LLseson.o '-Pdttll beltt lD)gworttl not Itoidet Pltote on at oLufdtiek in 8iti. -tW T.-W?Loaooendasks-2-o Vhnt fourdoectaotd a nino eonnt at...

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Byron and his Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Byron and his Wife. Cor.os r'---- was at Byroh's'houso in Piecadilly, Lady Byron in the room, anld luncheon. was brought ii-veal, cutlets, &e. She began eating. Byron. turned round in disglst--ho 'had an aversion to see a woman eat-and said, "Gormandizing beast," and taking up the tray, threw the whole luncheon into the halfl. Lady Byron cried and left the room. Byron" himself told Miss Baillie, who repeted, the story to Haydoi,' that the very'morning'ho and Miss Lillbnulks'were imarried; and'?ere driving home through the grounds,'and all the tenants aund peasants .were cheering,' B1rdii. said to hi'r, "'What obuld have iiduced ybo "to mairy me ?" ." Goo.d heavens 1". said Lady Byron, "because 1 loved yeou l" "'No," said he, "yonihare a spice of Meotlhet Eve.' You nmarried me becaiso your friends wished you not to do so. You refused me twice, and I will be re venged." Bvron told Scott that iftor his separation from Lady Byron he went to a rout, and was regularly cut by all t...

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A Matter of Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

A Matter of Fashion. AcconDNo to the fashion books of the monthls, feathers in ladies' hats are all the rage, in spite of the protests against the ncapture of small birds. A few days ago Professor Newton, of Cambridge, called attention to .the great sales of plumage which takes place every week in London. .At one of those was offered the plumag'e of no less than 10,000 Indian white Ihrol!s, besides the skina of 15,000 hunmming birds. When it is evident that no country can provido 10,000 white herons in each breeding season, it is easy to see that the birds 'irust become extinct very soon, espeoially as similar sales take place two or three times a week in Vienna,. St, Potersburg, Paris, and New York. To mnake matters worse, purchasers, who eannot afford to spend fiveoshilhngs for a humming-bird, can get a stuffed robin for.eighteenpenco in lane shos in London andl tlhe. lare towuis, it being the occupation' of a cer tain class to trap these warblers for the purpose. Thus, notwithsta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

.:BUILDING SOCIETY NEWCASTLE PERMANENT INVEST [,1MENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. -·', DIEOTORS : V. O. H. Capper, Esq., Chairman David Miller, Esq John Broughton, Esq. Wm;iLainE. E q. reod Ash, Esq. . • .- 'V. K. LoelhhLad, Esq. The Directors of the above ooeiety are prepared to receive Deposits at the following rates, vizs.: U"AtCall 'a .... 5 per cent. , For Six Months ..1 per cent. -l'or Twelve Months 6i per cent. Sum of £5 and upwardj can be paid in a tihe Ofdicoof the Society, King-street, New castle.. "as le A. DAVISON, 155 b.' Secretary. AMBTON BUILDING AND L .TINVESTMENT. SOCIETY. STIIE Directors of the above Society desire to draw! the attention of IN'TENDING PUl-. BHASERIIS OF FVIELiHOLD AND LEASE HOLD PROPERTY, or those who are about to erect their own homesteads, that rTiEY ARE.NOW PREPARED TO MIAKE ADVANCES, On Approved Security, FROM £50 TO £2000 .'At Greatly Reduced Premiums; And, being determined to OFFrR cV?eC IsDoCe oasT to intending purchasers, HAVE FURTHER- REDUCED TH...

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