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A Clergyman in the Divorce Court. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

A Clergymean in tihe Divource Court. Sti 5ames:UHannen nul a cosimon jury had before tihem the other dily the casc of Hunt v. Hunt and Wright, in which the petitioner, the Rev. James Hunt, assistant chaplain at OChelseaon Hospital, asked for a divorce from tihe reslondent (who is now an ininate of Touthill fields Prison) on the ground of her inllfidelity with the co-respondent. Theru were answers filed denying the charges, but neither. Mlrs. Hunt nor the correspon dent now appeared to contest the suit. Mr. Douglas Straight and Mr. Lewis Gilyn were the counsel engaged in the case It appeared that the parties were married in the South offEngland in 1855, and there have beoo several children issue. At one time the petmioner was the depuity headhnastor of Faversham Graminar School, hut, according to his account, his wife's conduot was so badl that he haid to resign his appointment. When in town the co-respoindent confessed to him that hle was na.ot the father of one of the chilidret, an...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Marriages in America. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Marrligcs ill America, Tue New York Independent thus expatiates and censures in regard to this shbject:--' Tlfnat marriages are fewer now than they were ton years ago, there is, unfortunateoly, no doubt, and they ere growing fewer and fewer every year. And we say, boldly and unqualifiedly that the ldross of women is the reason-the great reason,, the one reason. Dress and all itimplies. Flora 1'Flinmsey knows very well what we mean, and all we mean Fifteen years hence.' when site is ' that old Miss D1'Flimsey,' she will try a change, but it will be too late." Dress is the one reason why marriages grow fewer, thie dress of woman, not of man, says our contemporary This may be true. The dress of women may pre vent men from marrying, but it does not prevent wmahon from nmarrying when thev have satisfactory chances, or even chances not altogether satisfactory. The responsibility, therefore, still seems to rest upon the man for the decrease in marriage. The women will venture if the men wi...

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

Suspected Murder. LATE on last Saturday night a well known resident of Spring Flat, near 'iundagay, named Mrs. Filkinson, was found dead in a dry watcrcourse, about 180 yards from Mrs. Beotrke's public house, the MIiners' Arms. By all appearandces, the poor nwoman had been murdered, as her head had on it asveral wounds, the largest being in the form of a capital Li long line 2k inches, the short one inch. The skull bone wans broken in. Dr. MEKillop was of opinion that it might haiP, been made by a stone, but could neo have been produced by a fall: She was going to make one of a party of four, who intended start lig for the Palmer diggings, She had been taking leave of her friends for this purpose, and had partaken of too many parting glasses. When she wene to Mrs. lBourkc's, she was accompanied by XV. Shearman and Iris mother, and at that time she had ;£16 in notes and several blank cheques; she changed a ,'l note, receiving 17s. in change. IMartin Sheehan came to Mrs. Bourko's at a...

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

MINBII. Tile long-nofglcclteod cemetery ihat at last been taken in hand, and there is overy prospect of it being made a decent place. The contract for clearing and fencing it has been taken by Mr. Colemnas, and ho is proccedilg vigorously with the work. WVhen it is linislied it will bo a great boon to the place, as thlere have been few burying grounds in the colony mnore neglected than this. TnaE \VEATHn.-.SineO the latO rains fell lthi holders of gardons have been hard at work--planting anld sowing; and it is astonishing to see how the appearance of the gardens are improved. There are now no com plaints about the want of good water for cnlinary purporss and generaluso , as afSu eientrain hlns fallen to supplly us for some timio to come. T?i an nAo oE.-Thei"RoV. Mr.W?estn cott ihas boon busy lately in hunting oup too totallers, and in otlhar ways to promote the casueof sobriety. ,I believe it is hiis intdntion to commonice a series of teetotal moetings, with the object of giving gre...

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

WAIRATAlI. GOVENMIhtNT. QuAIt h --ThiS exteon oiv-o ind vistlluahlo qirry io ogian in full owing ond during thie lost week so00e very irsig hilioko of otoio have beeon sent away. tOne especially, intendled for a ernlo fIiundattiotit theoBullock Tolanmd col sltoots, mecasures,: I otm'told, eight foot' squaro. Some stones of on enortous sizeo ali olo bling oontinsally cent away for thio Brteokwa'iiter t t Nowcastle. 8oIoE of'the proceeding. at the Small Debts' Court, on.Weidnesday last, wore calcm Inted to teachl is lesson" to people who are careless in their busineoss traIsactions. It tramrispired during the healring of some of the cases that the defendanits wero in the habit of psyiug molley withot receivigng a receipt. Thoy swore positively thalt thie money was pail,, but the Beniclr was boutind to dlecid against them, as they could not produce written proof. LARAIKINIstlt is on the incresso in Waratah, and'requires to be put down with l strong hiand. On Thursday nighlt, a largo in...

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PATERSON. ELECTION OF DISTRICT COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

PATERISON. ErmCTION oF Disrobio .OeCeowibLons. -On Tueesday last the nomination for the oloc tion of thu District Conncilloro, or iuther inem boers of the Tocal Trnit, in the room of two who rotiro by rotation, took place at the Coiurt house, ohoat twenty eolcetors wore preenont. The bsncoting was presided over by:tho Sardoon' of 'thel District, Dr.' Park. r essrsn James Rlobort ' FPerris, William' K(oppio, Stephen' Stahibrido'i and'James Cnnn wors noninnted' Tli'6ocanlidatcs, with th' oxcdption of Mr. Caoin, addreSsed the' meetieng, making,: ?as usual, all smanner of fnir plromises of what thoy would do if elected, and all the other eldectioneering hunknms The show of hands called for b' the Wor?len resulted in favour. of oessrs. I, orsi and'Kliepio, tie other nue didatas demondod a poll, whhich will he taken to-morrow (Friday). OUn OOURT-nHOUS.--For some time our court-housso and police quartors hlave boon undergoing i regular.eclelan u, and ovrhaulsl, and extcnsivo 'alterations a...

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

S MAITLAND. INTENSE. EXCtTMENT OVER TIlE FOOT RACE.-A great dal. of bonob iS bo hind HlWvitt, who is baclked at level money Both sides are vary confident and have numer ous supporters. Tloe town is full of visitors from up country, who havo come down to witness the contoest. Woageringoverthe horse rcocs is dull.

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

EVENING SITTING The Synod' rcsumed at 7 p.m. i MlrP.F. R . WnirE movcd--" That in'the opinion of this Synod it is:id'osirrblo that in all caseso of monies or propertios.handed to tile Trustees of theoDioceus, for inveatmcnt, a special declaintinbh of thii?'prposc? foi whildh such monios rero" to bd inveosted, or.: the origienl;doed should in each caseb beo given w'th them." Seconded by , Pi P. r : l VYWosT, mnd carried. llov. Canon S?lo?nri~ idobod '' The':theb' piooeshn COounil bhe instructed to Dontindo its wbrk .of. revising,;all; Ordinaiceso and Ilules passeod by tho. Syno., of.,the Diocese at its variois' Sessions, a.d to hbring ui liich' bof" thm:as thom ey mh y doeem' dsirablo at tlhe next Session.of theSyniod.,' ,Li?, :' Seconded by. the evlio.. .C . W,..V.son, aond earried. ~ mvd 'ht te Rov. Canon Scfi:n mSe - ' Thiat' thw incorporation of the Chirch, by Act of' thd Legislature and:obtaiinig power to altr-ttho. Constitutionsbe made a subjeot:'of reference to the Provincial ...

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NEWCASTLE DIOCESAN SYNOD. FRIDAY, MAY 5TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

N EWCASTLE --DIOESAN SYNOI FRafOA, MAy iTn, 1857. Tn Synod met at 0.o0 i.m. The foirmnal ojijning having taken pince, tbo minutes of the previous day's proceedings were reid iuand conlirmeod. :: The PIESeIDENT left tihe chair, and the Synod went into couimittee, for the Ceonsideiration of the'Pirdcchiilaid Diocesan Ftinds' Ordinanc. The Rev. Canon SELWYN noved tho inser tion of the following clanuse, to takeo the plaec of Clause 12.in the Parochial and Diocesan Finds' Act: -" For the urpjose of equalising the Sltt.-nid to alrtlie parishes, the Diocesan Colincil sijall jpay to the Ineombent of each parish, which contributes to the Diocesan Stipendod General Funds, according to the provisions of this Ordinance, ini addition to thie anotoia't'payalid to him in respect of paro. chlal eontrlbtibnho, seach sum as shall with the jxcess over £310, derivable from any G overmneilt Stipend, gleobe orany source, other than private endowmuent, maleop the suin of £100, provided tiat where aid in ...

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How a Danbury Man did his own Mending and Soldering. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

H?iw a Danbury Man did hisi wni Mending and Soldering. A M:usso5N-SirTtF man, being told there weore oseveral pieces of tin which needed mnondiug, concoived thliide?a'of getting an iron and solder annd doing the mending himself. His wife, filled with vague fdrebodings??, perliips, said that the oexpense was such a trifle that it would hardly pay to do it one's self, to which he responded; " ]'11 admit that in this one instance it would not pay; but there is some thing being in want of repair every little while, and if I hiiave tbo tools here for fixing it, we .are saved just so much expense 'light along. It may not be much ,n the course of a onr, 'but every little helps, and in course of time the total Would aniount to a nice little lump. i WVo don't wantI the Asteors lugging off iall the money in the eoun try, by gracious." He got the iron-i dollar and 50 ceuts' worth of resin. I-o cameo home with tlheso things and wenlt into the kitcheln, looking so proud and happy thhat his wvife...

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Ballarat East Quartz Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 May 1876

Ballarat Easft Qu enrtzi lules, SOARc~nCaLY a dtay passes hut some freshli featuloe in conocctioun with the Ballarat East quartz miluers presents itself. It is rumoured that a party working the In. diaootor fromin a shaft 'sunkt in an dllot ment-in Bark]y street ha'?e bezoi -obtnin ing yery largeo returns latoly,,rIport go. ing Hso tar as to say that pieces of gold weioghing over.l00 oz. have been brought. to the surface. In the Llanberris the IndEicator liktion of the- claim is looking qito Ieas:will as oever, but it is intended to keep all the stone fromi this line for a crushing of a good nuitmber of tons,.whioh ." will probably be finished next Monday. It'is nstoeishiig howv ignorantly our quartz reefs' have been worked in days gone by. A party of tributors in the Lianberrus, known is Tozer and party, hIave lately proved this in a remarkable mannencr. Their block is situated tunder ho Chlineoose Camlp, on the Llanbcrris ,reef, and was worked originally by th3 Enterprise Oompahy,...

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

A Sphool of Sorcery. A scuoop of sorcery has, it is stated, boon established in New York, in which " all the infernal rites of the dark ages are to be revived." The establishment is known by the name of tile Thesophic Society. The members meet privately, and do not propose to give the result of their labours to the publio indiscrimi nately. Their intention is " to collec: the result of ancient researches into the bidden secrets of nature, and to evolve tangible definite results. A reporter of the 'Chicago Tribune,' who sought industriously for information on. the subject, found his mission difficult, owing tq the unwillingness of members to talk freely. Cblonel Oleutt, howt ever, "famed 'for his investigation of spiritual paterialisation,'" avows himself the ehief of this new order of occult philosophers, and gave a lucid and interesting explanation of "occultism" to the reporter. "Ocoultism," he said, "is not a secret science incom municablo to the world. It can be tested and prove...

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

FUNERAL.           FUNERAL.             The Friends of the Rev. Mr. Kenny are respectfully invited to attend the     Funeral of his beloved SON, Edgar         John Hamilton ; the procession to   move from his late residence Myar   Land House, Plattsburg, TO-MOR-   ROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at     half-past 3 o'clock.               A. T. JENKINS,               Undertaker,     469 Wallsend and Lambton. FUNERAL.             &a...

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

Gj IaoDAiC-S STREET.---A th. 1 cast er1 sido of tlie townshiu a nayrrqy. teip of land, hlilf in and half oat of hicrel;, "lhh' been llld presumably for a street; but o lii~t tho preoent ttlio suno i(i alltlnat it ..cais.-ioit of Timae out of' ninmeir th 'Cooicil hia written to ri, Croudapo, nshidngl hint to dedicate his name, sikeLd,aid it is said that .ho has promised to do so, but is yve -longrwinlced over the matter. It is impossillo' to say "wluit Mr. Croudacco' reason ih' bof'r 'delaying to g sant the request of the.Council iunfess it .is only to .aiinoy, thltbody.,.Opn .Tiepdiiy avoeing laist .lamotion iiom'lroogh{t forward to ierb and gisttoersa portiomo£fl Eldcr-street for thel pr .poso of ca Irryin iaway the drainage from cer. taii' _'itfic ithfteis d on the hill, but as the Aldermr mcbuoldt otoo any' oitllct uiinless y pahssing throjig' Croudaice-strtoot, which they sboei afritifi do:ap-on account of an alleged throieat of.'sisnlisneoit froni Mr. Croudace, tih? Ior4r was p...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

. WALLSEN)D. FoOT RaeO- -The foot racb between J.1 Devon and.T., Tliomes came off on the Wallstoind 'rumiiig giound 6r:Saturday foto.. noon. The crca had boon postponoed on Fri. dciy ovening.,owicrg, to the wet. On Satur? day hoowever, the rin eeas comming down stteadil odl the miorning, and thbe raco had to leq run under eveon'more uinfavounbloneuspici thlmn had it tlien plece theb'provioei ay. Therocwos agood annypeatoeeot coneidernlng tihi nfaodrao w. th'But the resultidisappodntecd not:n few. . Ieoi w?as 150 yards, fdr £20.a-sido. a iBli0Ein b fiir 'start, and'el'hdT ehri. come :?tln ,inner by: abolit 4 ydrd .. y r :d'.. !.: PiiroPOsED D)Iv, rION OF TiEl BonounI. -1· eadi rtihoiloiimt in anotheor ,olinn it cill '11 scon that i public mieooting of the inhiabio tants oof 1ntteubrg so eonvycd: for thi (Moo dli3) 0vcniig, et tlh'Ge cnttN'dcthcbin'lotel, for thlie pirpose of~ ~o?iisidbrin thi.klivision of the WVallsend lBorough, ?c ?,frm, hlotonture of1 the .adercisomer c nin metting...

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

CITY 8&_DISTRICT. -.,~ N hEWCASTLE.·--' En.IIATrd3i~ -nnThioiir report of the Small Debts' cases, tried at WVaratah, on TI'hurday last, and repdrted in our Priday's issueno, anl error oellrs. We had it: "R. Cnampelll v. Wen. Wardell, claim £43 9s. Settled out of court." The amount should have been £4 i3s id. The mistalkeo we find, andil regret to say, was caused by the blunder teg of the compositor who oset it up, nud not ntntio-I l ly: et:as ir. -Warder 'foolisldy Tin W~?,ETIIER.-Ther0 has been an abundance of raini sinco Friday evening.iast.... At intervals there have been a feWgleamisa of unsheine, and the downpour lus ceased for a few.hours...On. Saturday. night it. was very showery, but cleared.,. p towards twelve: o'clock. ''Thlroughout .yktrdacy mor~ning the rain held o lff, but at about four o'clock in the afternoon a regular downpour coammenced, andthas continued almost without intennission till tihe hour of going to press. . SALO oFrD.nY CnTrLE---Wo would reinind p...

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HEWITT v. DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

HEWITT ,V. *DAVIsEs.-WVO under-, staod tmhat nnother.maotehl hnasbeeon mnade;bo tweeou.Prank Hewitt aid Davies Stoneo; thoe Ameorican'champion, whom Howitt defeated last week in Sydney. :It' is stated. that theo niatch :is for: £200 aside, and will be rtu in -Mellbourne on the 4th of July next. ''lHE ILLAWARA hAILWAY.-Mr;DI H Pnrkes last night (Friday) presented a petition td the Assombly from 1800 idsiidents of Eanst Sydney:and the suburbs, in favour of the Illawarra railway scheme. The sigsatures,; we are informed, were chiefly those of shop leepiers, artizanps, p!l mechanies. The letit idn's??' teceixvee with elcea, A similar one 'nIosritbs thji 'peOple of Wee 'ydsmoy is slortly '6 bo "presehtod,tls 6lfjirs relt fe'llbe'frosl ; lhbs soxtrydlistrits ". - ." ' I S0OLLIERt' ACrIDENTs - Mr. Owen Rowland's olcctrician says thIt fore sany years observaLion the maIjority of collory accidenta takes llace under a peculiar condi tion of the earth, which conitinues in'the form of a for ahou...

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Charge of Fradulent Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

oIiarge of Fradulent. Iitsolvency. AT ithe Water PoliceGCosirt, Sydriney; sWednesday :last, John Thomson, dre, per;foinrmorly of Glasgow House, Hunter stet, Newecastle, was charged, on reniand witl frauxdulrnt insolvenoy, the' dffuncb laid ini the information being tihat hle, bcefore his estateTwas sequcestratednas in iiolvent, did "embezzle, eonceel,t and retin, at different times certain of his moneys to the amount of £10, to wit-to the amount.of ~8350, with.intent.to de fraud his-creditors. i1r; J. F.4 Want, instru'cied 'b ,11 Pigott, adp.pareq "for tho piosecution * Mr. G. L. James, of Nbewcastle, aippared for thepri opeer.. T '1he sequestration of prisoner's estate iias ifofmally tproved, and doouments codninted:?isith the matter were 'pro teed whan the following witnesses were examined :-W. II. Ijrver, S.A. News ham, .I S.1emipill, E. A. Spofforth, and Joseph Carroll. '!he evidence 'was o i?a'tbher etoticttieg natur,' and Thoins son, who rsprve ? r hiis, dqfoeCo, was coOm mitt...

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MELBOURNE. DEPARTURES.—May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

- ME~LBOURNE.;-~ " - DEPAR1TURES.-May 5.; I·' Helen, barque, for Newcaotlo D~iudezi ~ (o. , fr S~ydney.

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 6TH, 1876. (Before Mr. Shaw, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 May 1876

NEWCASTLE POLICE ' COURT. - SArTUiDAY, MATY 6T, 1876.; i" .* . *' '(DBforie Mr. Shaw, J.P) - ' 5:' DIUNKENNESS. * Five'offendetas were disposed of; :: ABSENT WITHOUT. LEAVE. Edward Nolan, charged- with being .absent witlioit leave from thoeship Corina at Newcastle on the 3rd instant, was per ing to behavo hlimself. . .. Is' '/ .''La?ris woioS. , '.' Henry' Cbstlett was'charged with' using insulting language to Elizabeth Warmnun, at Newcastle on'thl 3rd instant. Coliplahiinilt deposed that she was on thie Market Whairf on tihe diy ini question, and' that'; dedfendant addressed her '.as "~ioi'b'clock." . , " Tieb 'Bench piostponed the cas?;,intil' Monday next.

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