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APPOINTMENT OF CONSULS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

. V,,OIN??~E?T qOF CQNSULS. SThe followipg conosular appointments have been approved by the Queen :-liMr. Eruest ?hritte as Consun at Dublin for the French Ropublio; Mlr. F. W. Heonings as Consul for the Fii Islands, to reside at Levuka; Mlr. John MItthlews, as Vice-Consul for Penzance, Mount Bay, St. Ives, and Hayle, for the German Em pire; M1r J. Salmon as Cnonsul at Aden for -is nlajesty the KICing of tihe Netherlands; Mr. W. Montgomery s Cunsnul for the Middle end South Islsods of Noew Zealald, to reside at Christ church, fop fjis Blajesty the King of Sweden and Norwray; Mr. George E. Hoskinson as Consul at Kingston, Jaemicai. for tle United States of Americn; Mr. George Offlor n Consul in London ; e l r J. W. Shaw as Consul at Liter pool for the Rlapublice of Liberia; Mr. (Georgo t? ) as Consul at oplreaol for thro Argentino TepuleI; and M1r. Frederick A. Iloeyn as Vene Colseul at Belfa?st ldr lis MUajesty thenKig of the Iellonene.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Arrest of an English Defaulter. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Airest of au English Defaulter. 'rTI accountant of the 3orough of Mid dlesborough, in the noith ridihe of Yorkshiire. England, was removed from his position a low months ago, and it was subsequently discovored that tlte books of the corporation had been sy?to matically fsloilied. The services of Messrs, it Plqtcher and Co., of Mloor gate-street, London, were thou oallcd into requisition, and after a long and eoreful investigation, direct evidence was obtailned that the late accountant, Thomats Caneron Close, had tubozzlcd, in June, 1872, a sum of £239 2s., and had alod obtained from the treasurer of thc'corpordaio', by nicas if 'fd;o~6 cheque.and. acuittance, a further aunm of £252 Ss id in Februory, 1879. The police were at once comnmunicated with, and it ,wad thou found tlhat Close had loft the country. .Oircum. stances led to. the belief that he had gone to Australia, and a telo grant was received by the authorities in MIelbourne giving. a full description of thd defaulter.. Dete...

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HOME RULE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

HOME ILULI PARTY. - The lenaders of the Hornme Ruole party in Lon don ore ab~it' to rontanece a vigorous aonm pinin in thd metropolia in support of their fa vourito objec?--homeo legislation bfor .Iroland. The parliamentary boroughs will respectively form separate districto, and in tlheso meostlng willbhe called--in thie frst plaeo' to unite tihe inhabiltants of either Irish birth or doscet, atid next, when the names fnd addresses of those hrve hoon obtahined, to have all entitled to the frianohise placed upon the parliamentary regia ter. In this way It is expected that some thlu nands of homo rulers, possessing qualifications as voters, but not upon the electoral roll, will he placed upon it at the revisioln courts in the com sag autumn. It is estimated that in the bor ough of t'outhwark there are 800 Irishmen en titled to vote whose names are not upon tihe lists. A meeting in St.James' Hall will wind up the campaign.

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A NEW IDEA OF BANKRUPTCY [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

A NEW IDEA OF 3ANKRtUPI'TOY'-1O following idea entortnined bya oMaori on thoe matter of brnmkruptcy is hnthr too good'no1 to be handed down to ipotcit.. A certain chief, a otin'of intelligcnco, id iLInctuol in monetrty maotters with his pkehao neighborns, was latoy a o!ffeier to tiholsextont of £30 or £40 through a 0um going" tlupugli tihe court. In reltting tho affair to:somd. natives whormi he wnas visiting, he told themn: tlmt'he haillost his money.by a onnn'becoming "Packatnpu." The word wither stggeoredth aboti mngao, who immudiately domqnddd an explonation. It was given as folI:-- 'A akeha who wantsl to becomon a Paekao?at goes int bhousiness nrd gets lots of goods and does nlot pay for thorn. 1:o then guts all the moriny hr can tpgptherf rty;, :2000,' od pults it awl where po one can got it, all exrcepLt £5. il this ha godsc to. thlo Judgo of 'th'e Stplu Collrt and tolls lm 'he woisheslc.to becoe 'PaclMripm.' . Thed Judgo ast ~ tho ih sorry, but of colirse it can"o e ho hlied...

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WHO SHALL BE REVEREND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

WHO SHALE, BD E RVYEREND. The clerical mind seems still not to be quite satisfied as to the Joss-for that is whot it seems to'oonas to-eof its belooved epithet of "oev". The proposal to uso the name of the parish as a surnamn is well eonoughl got rid df by one while very sensibly declines to sign himself "J. L. Margaret Prttens" on tihe ground that his cor respondoent might he in some doubt even as to his sex. Ho might have added that if his slig nature were "J. L. Margaret Moses" there might be doubts as to his OChristianity as well as us:to his sex. Suchcommon sense?s this of we must ntot say Mr. Margaret Platteno-d'es not full to the loot ell lhis Irether ,O?Oo of them. dir. llingesto.-Rlandolpli,swrites to sug gest that they should take op the ancieit title of. "Sir," and bids dleioance to thei expected wrath of baronets nsd knighlts. But does dMr. lnolpl knotis how lowly a title it is that thie baronets and knights have stolon from him ! Sir Rugh Evans in famous, but why was he...

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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1876. QUESTIONS ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

1'HuT D, . 4, 87 . QU5EsTioNs'ASWERED. llNISTERns stated in-answer to ques tions:. Thie bell-litioy atNewcastle drifted fromiits,moqorings on, the 14th,March, in consoequnenc. of the. sliackle falling from the chain. It was then found that the buoy required painting and repair inli;and it was removed to have the painting and repairing done. ,The work wonld be, attended to at once, and the blloy. replaced in its proper position, the first;:opportnnity afforded by favorable weather.- An offer of a tug-bohat for the iichmnond river had been made to the Governmeilt buht until further eucmina. tion of the tug-boat had been made thel Government could not say whether they would or, would not accept the offer. Tho Agent-General had inscrueted Mr. WVoolnough, the sculptor, to prepare a design for the statuc of Captain Cook. The mone allowvahce,'iin liei bf clothing, not paid to tie 'railway man in 1874, would be paid to 'themn as soon as the necessary funds' were voted. At pro sent the votes...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

PARLIAMENTARY. S(From our Sydney Correpondent.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMEBLY. WVEDNSDAY, MAY SRD. The following will supplement the unfinishedreport of Wednesday's pro ceedings. WVhen that report closed the Iouge wasin Commnittee on the banking agreement. Mr. Long's amendment to make the rate of interest four per cent., instead of three per bent., was negatived, on division, by 17 to 11. The paragraph was amended at the instance of Mr. Stuart, and passed in the following form:-" The Bank shall allow interest at the rate of 3 per cent., per annum, upon the daily credit balance of the General Banking Account in excess of the sum of £50,000, which shall be free of interest." Paragraph 3 was amended by the omission of the words " have the right to," in the second line, and passed. 'The fourth paragraph was passed with out amendment. The Bill to fegulate the Sale of Poisons was received from the Council, and read a first time. Tihe following Bills were also received from the Coun cil: Tamworth ...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. London, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS, PER AVOCA. London, March S0. The Du-ke of Richmond, in movingl the second reading of the Queen's Titles BIill, sid he Ie lieved that the title of Empress of India would be acceptable to the people of India, and pointed out that its assumption had been fivavoured by the pobliopres, uhtil the quoesion had been brought within the arena of party collict. Tlhe Duke of Somerset opppoaed the title in the sense of meaning, if anythinig, military lpower; and ridinculed the argument put forward hby Mr. Disraeli that it was expedient on account of the approach of Russia to the Indian frontier. Lord Napier, of Ettrick, thought it was desirable, na a matter of polioy, that her Majesty should assume some title distinctly marking tbohe connection with India, and mani festing to its peoples and princes that their destiny is indissolubly united with the Crown and Empire of England. Earl Grey urged the adoption of some other title, as hle thoughlt that the newr title of Empros wr...

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

Holloway's Pills and Ointment.-During piercing wind0 qed excessive variations of temperature, every one is more pr loess liable to internal aend external disaonse. Throat, chest, liver, bowelse, kidneys, and skin, nill suffer in some degree, and may be relieved by rubling this Ointment, aided by proper d?oses of tile Pills, for adminintering which full directions accompany each box ; in truthl nuy one who t loronghly masters Hlolloway'n *instructions' will, in remedying disease, exchanghethe Jlabour of pn hbur for the profit of a lifetime. All bronchial; pulnmonnry, and throat disorders require that the Oiut. ment should be thoroughly well rubbed upon the slkin twice.-aday with great regularity, considerable brlsekness, and mu~,l peorsistence. Tlhe HIuman Machinery, unlilke inanimat mechanism, possesses a self-repairing and self-renewing power. Health may be surely preocrvcd and life lePgthened by keeping this vital attribtoe in constant aptivity and fuill vigor. Many preparations h...

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Northern Jockey Club Races. THE TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Northern Jockey Club Races, TIIH TIPS. roY rEEP O DAY B oY.] Ton approaching lMay meeting of the Northern Jocko. Club, which takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday next, the 9th and 10th of May, promises to be about the most successful ever held by this important young club The entrances are large, the quality of the cattle competing cannot be denied, and, taking all things into consideration, 1 must say that there is every prospect of a couple of days' capital sport, and all that is required to make the meeting a perfect success will be the counteansce and support of an ever-indulgent public. As I said before, the entrances are really splendid, for thoe most important races. It will now be my province to attempt the very difficult task of ,picking" a tew of the good things of the meet for ihose individuals who may hap pen to have a speculative turn in their composition, and like to ' negotiate" on all the little " certain ties," cropping up at race 'meetings. Before commencing my tas...

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Extensive Fire at Murrurundi. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Exteslsaic Fire ao iMlurrurundi. Il~r Singleton Arjns' correspondent writes as follows:--" Considerpble con eternation was caused in Mlurrurundi on Saturday afternoon last, by the occur rence of a fire which ttreatened the destruction of the Courthouse, and olher buildings connected with the police staction. About half-past two o'clock, a range of buildipgs, comprising s.tables, hay shed, lumber room, and othe e rections was discovered to be on fire; and, though effort was mido to prevent the spread of the fire, withip a very short period the flames had com plete mastery over the whole extent of the buildings, and seemed destined to etend much further. The Lands' Enquiry Court was sitting at the time, nd tloe rapid stampede of its listeners, and all niot required in the Court, fUrnished a considerabile muster of helpers ina extinguishing the flames At timnes, the heat was so in t~nose that persons fifty yards away from the fire had to protect thcm selves from its scorching influence...

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AMERICAN PIG IRON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

A?E?IICAN PIG IRON. Advices received recently from New York state that the pro duetion of pig iron in the United States last year was about 600,000 tons less than 1874. Stocks, howeover, only de clined last year to about 10,000 tons, the consumption having been much re duced. It is otated in London papers that tile fortune left by the late Sir Anthony lfothschild (he took none of it with him -left everything) amounted to nearly 50,000,000 dols. The fortune of the late Mr. Brassey, who was regarded as one of the largesnt Britioh millionaries, was about 30,000,000 dols. Mr. Morri son, the head of thie Ihou.e Morrison, DIillon & Co.. left some 20,000,000 dols. Sir Anthony Rothschild may, therefore, be said to havo left the largest estate of any IBriton. Frmm'INI T IsTreTmIarsnce. --OuIr esteemed friend, Mrs. lhulapriop, han no lutieuco with the people who went woeln(ll to thave votes. Sho declares that, for herself, her nerves would iOnever hear the shock of having any thing to...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 5TH, 1876. Before F. J. Shaw, Esq., J.P. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

NEWCASTLE POLICE COIUJT.. FaIr k, aLY 5TH, 1870. SlieuforoP. J. Shlaw,u.,J.P. : .DRUNKiEN StiS, .: -, Four oflfenders ra wto let with. ,.. .. IROFANEf LANGUAGE. .. ' : One fbnfedr rws punishdd ·fdr this of fence. - ....... Thlomma Hillbuiry' wa?s hhrge'dW'ith furioo"' riding in Hdntbr-stre t't Hek plcaded.guilty, 'nid .was findlda £2 or in defdailt a monfthl in gaol. . . . Frank, logers ae4. Nighla? , aueiid were, then similarly: clkaigddd, ndedoalt within a like mannor. :- ,i..:. .,,,,' *·: . ¾ ' VAGIiNOY. Thomas ?WVigmnan, an able-bodied look in, mami, was charged iti vagranoy. i : : Vateor-police< donstable Skinner stated tlhat 'on the eaily nining'of Teisda1 ltt' he'fouid timo prisoieor lying beliiid a ica' of Ltdnes iii Bhianeitreet amild tiln'tun tiomied .iin. Th ons~mii sble eance thon hlad frequontly ieq?,: :' e.merS?, loumiging' about . publie ijouses,· ,and, on tlm'at same .morning... ag?n ,o found; .hinm ,I:y ing baesidoe a.'l fence .in i 'Blaneo-seti prisbneor...

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Love Escapade of the Marchion ness of Lorne. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Love Escanl:tdei of thie Marchion mess o. Lsorne. SoaIE strange stories get itoe irculkatiot firom time to time through the Amerioan papers. Here is one started by.:'the Boston HITerald, as from its correspondent in England.. ' :, The departure of the lovereod Canon Duckworth, A.iI., for India, as a min . bcr of the Prince of Wales' suite and chaplain to the Royal party, bara' no. particular or outward significance, but this appointmeut to that coveted position calls forth a hosot of memories, of cove nants, a girl's hotheadedness, a man's firmness in honourable decision, a f6rced marriage and martial misery for one, and gradual promotion and honour for tihe other, a sovcraiii's displeasure and approval, from the warp and woof of which the story is woen-6i JIn its'dbtails it may be new to you. The Princess Louise, before she became the MLarclhion. ness of Lorne, ind whlile yet under tihe immediato eye of the Royal mother, was found a tutor in !thd p~erson of a r'athler obscure yet i...

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Proposed division of the Wallsend Borough. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Proposed division of the Wallscnd Boro' in. PUBLIC MEETING. (From o' r own :leporter.)' . A PUIIIo E.IETINO of tlhe ratepayers of Wallseind was hold in Harris' .ooims, on Thursday ovening, for the purpose of con sidrring, the proposed division of the Borough, and tlihe boundary as fixed by theo' Ptttabirg'divisioin of the ratepaio?rs. There was ia good attendiance, atid oil tlie motion of AMr. D. Huhllcs, seconded by MIr. D. Frew, tioe Maydr, Mr. J. Y. Neilson, was voted to the chlair. T'lloe COulaiAN read the advertisoilent coiiveiithg the meeting, and thouen po ceuded to say tlhat douiltless in lis posi tion as Ohairmian of that umooting and Mayor, they would expect limn to give lui opinion its to ,the proposed division. It liua been put forward a-s an argulienlit ii favour of a division that thelur wuro dis turbancos in tlhe Council, but lihe wo'ld reminid tlihem that a boast lhad been mildo of wlhat a hnppy family they lhad been for the lanst two years, Surely, if they had bolon...

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

AdoIide Rlevenue,. THE r Herald's" Adelaide correspon dent says :" Our revenue returns are astonishing our most sanguine financiers and give abundant evidence of the solid prosperity of the colony. Thbo receipts from all sources for the quarter ending March 31 reached £8342,974 - the largest quarter's revenue over received, being £50,239 more than the preceding three months, and £71,50( in excess of thes corresponding period of last year. Thero is an increase in all but two items, :sOrown lands registor 50 per cent. and thle Customs 22 per cent advance. Tile postal and telegraph departments and the railways also show satisfaetory increases. In July, 1875, the Treasurer estimated his income for thle year ending with Jane, 1876, would reach £1,14t,449; but, from present appearances, he is likely to got that and £70,000 m addition, so that the bugbear of deficiency is likely to be a thing of the past. The trade of thle colony, as tlo ro;. venue retuins would indicate, continues to grow...

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

.. W.ANTDS .....?L. rTANTEr,,. nS mart Active YOUTH, as .Y. P6rter l?? plly. J. ? E 1Elt.IIINGT1N, Drper ehnid Outfitting Wasehouese Newisl.. 480 V AN''CI , :, ,(Io, .General . . 8IVANT. S" ,,Apply to re. r . .W. ROWE, Bolton-. te ...e'472 A?PPRlEN'T.rbS WANTED etonce for the . M;llnwry and Dressmnking.. WM. 'IT. GI1}B, HUnte -street. .483 G'- E N' RI A TL ' AFIALTE ' SERVANT W , \ANTlED.' Nowashin'g. IRS. W. T. GIBB,Hunter-street. : : : 483 Wx jNTi ir D: nWo TTURnOV P? Rio tne ::VV, JOB IRINTI'NGDBUSINRESI.' Apply tb'tie Offico'ef this Ppdr. ' W AANTED, OtYS to SELL PAPERS. Ap I ply to tis Olie?. ITANTEiD.--T ItRent a HOUS, nsoneo : V': Ihere :in thio City. Apply att th Ollice of:thi Plpnr. XiUNCIIPAL ..D.ISTRlCT . OF LA3MB TON. .Wnunted, a SURVl YOIR Appllications ndl dressed Lto l. w ' II ? yoe,'" will ble received util the 1i"th ilsuant TLHDIAS OlGHTEllSON. " ." '" : " C' " 'onnil Clerk.: Masllh, 1870. . . .107 liumNIIPrL' DISTRICT . 01O X- LMPDON. WANTED a Prnetital \\Vorkini F...

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The Boy and the Microscope. (Detroit Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

The Bcoy and the Microscope. (Detroit Free Press.) THE other day a Detroit father pur chased a microscope for his son, a boy of ten, patted the lad on the shoulder, and said to him-i' My son, take this microscope, and go out and study the beauties of nature." The boy left all other amusements for Ithat, and he took such great interest, and improved so rapidly, that at the tea table, to which several visitors sat down with the family, he felt that he mast make some remoarks. Turning to ope of the ladies, he inquired, "Did you ever look at cheese through a microscope ?" "I don't think I ever did," she pleasantly replied. " Well, you just ought to see the things crawll"-" John, Johb 1" exclaimed the father, shaking his head at him across the table. John subsided for a minute or two, and whoen his mothebr passed the cheeseo around, overybody said, "Thank you, no." Pyetty soon thie young student, de siming m o molify his father, asked, "Fathoer, did o ever look at a toad througlh a micro...

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THE QUEENSLANDER (s.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

TiEc' QUOENBIANDEIR (e.)-1Thi8 fine oessol,'F. Brooks, ?sq., commandor, orrived in poir't about 7.30 p.m. last' evening, from Snoi with forty.five passengers on board, 2"6in the s.loon, and 20 in the stoerago. The Vool waso charatered to bring down pnssen gors dosirois of witiessingthe great foot roc botwoen Watson and Hewitt, which cob cO' at' M?aithmd to day. .caises'Tro Papqgo I'LAciCE.-Tho Grafton Arg? a "-.g : O:no of thoprivileged! -Tl leiqsep o thoe gate at tlhap Dunedin race eaurse, at the regent inetillg, was mulated ? tl\o sm of 1.1.Bs and costs, and corered to fud a shiilling which hea illegally compelkl(? a reporter of the. Soutlers derar!e to pay be-' fore ho. wUu ?Rollov. him to enter o, tlo coorsa".." ' vt odi the Newcootlo gate kcopers say 'if they were justly" qorwed tlo samq way.-lb.] ,ENquInan.--The coal production of Enlaidiceaits the hveo of 100 "or 1200 men a iuebond, l wish on would buy mo somo prtty feathers."-"~'ndood, my dar httla wife, you look bettor with...

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