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To the Editor of Newcastle Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

To the Editor of Newocastle lorning Herald' SIn.-?WVill ynou, through your valuablo.jdur. nal, be kind enough to inform u number of your subscribers, residents of Bullock Island, who lhas power to look the gate and take away the key--tluts depri~ilng them of having their. common necessaries brought to them. If you can, you will obligo a number of your sub scrilobers. .. ..c In, FAIR PLAY. : ]lulloek Island,.?ay Oth, 1876.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

(ox ELECTRIC TBLEGOIAP.) SYDNEY. "ARRIVAL~t.-May 6. Florence Irving (a.), Phillips, from Cooktown via Queensland P'orta Enaby (s.), Kennedy, from Newcastle Blackbird (sa), McClomonts, from Queenslandl, via _Newcestle John Penn (a ), from Moerimbula City of Meolbourne (s), from Mlelbourne, 4th instant Sea Nymph, brig, 200, Brady, from Noumes, 27th ilt. MAT 7. IHeron, schooner, 90,Boyle, from anryboroughl 28th olt,. 2Ne, England (e.), Harly, from Orafton, 6th instat '

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

IMIELBOURNE. Saturday. V"ry slow progress is being mado in the oxammnation of.tIossra: Stevenson and Sons' packages by tho Customs' officers. The firm find tholnselves in the diflicult position of not being able to pass entries as quickly as desir able, owing entirely to thq action of the Cus toms. Meosrs. Dawson and Lordon,.landing. waiters, have been served with notice of action for the illegal seizure of goods, valued at £500, removed from ~Messrs. Stevenson and Sons' warohouso. The settling over the late coursing meeting is satisfactory. Mr. Munday took £110 for his Derby'winoer. The cricket season ends this afternoon, when the Challenge Cup match between South and East Melbourno will be concluded. The murderer Sullivan was seeon in Ballamt yesterday, and it is supposed he went by the evening train to Goolong or MIolbourno. SThe Bank of Victoria offers £100 reward for the conviction of the bank robbers at Scy monr. Theo Boort station, in the Swan Hill dis trictwas sold yesterday...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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To Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

ToEdilorof tLheNetocastle Morning Hesrald and AMiners' Advoeatle. Sin,--Knowing that you are ever willingto allow a Race inyour widely ciraculated and myah i able journal to all matters of public interesot I avail myself of the same for the purpose of directing tha attention of the Governmeont and the charitable persons to a matter which woll desoervcnes the consideration of both. A Coal Guard employed on the Great Northern Railway, named E?Egono Sullivan, died a few days ago and left a wife and six children totally iiprovided for. The circumstances of tihe family are suchl as to require that some thing should be done to relieve their prosoint, necessities, and put them in a way of gaining a future livelihood. In this case, as in many others, the Government will doubtless bh inclined to say that they can do nothing in the ease, and that the deceased man, like many others, ought to have made some pro vision for hlis family, Apart from the pro priety howeverof a making provision for h...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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DEPARTURES.—May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

DEPARTUR(ES.-M.ay 6. Ilenry Lippit~t andtl City of Brilbane (a.). for Jlrisbnno - \rVnLvorth and Barrabool, steamers, for MIelbourne nI. M. S. Australia, for Kandavan Dlikado (s.), for Hongkong

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HAY. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

Saturday. The drought has at last brokenup, nand a lbeutiful nunm is now falling; the river is still below summer level.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

* MELBOURNEI: ARRIVALS. lay 6.-tLdy Darhng (a.). Iay 7.--Naiad, brig May 8.--Sparrowrawk and Sa Nymph, Farques, all from Nowcaatlo

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COOMA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

COOQII.' Saturday. A. lighdt steady rain foiell throughout the night; the guane shows nearly a quarter of an inch; the ramin coms from the coast;. the sky has booeen tlhreatoning all day.

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DEPARTURES.—May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

DEP~fT1TflES.-Mfly 6. Adelino flurkc, barqlaQ, fdr Nowcaatlo. 'Iho Colinman lonves Welligtoni for San Fran c:sco, via Auckland. In the Hfouse of Commons, on thoe 9th Mroh, Sir C. Addorlcy, in ansoer to a ,jcustion by Mr. A 'lvcr, snaid that from the Ist ?Novcmber, 1874 ultil the 28th Fobruary, 1875, iax stcamer lonuered in the Blay of Biscay, and 175 livoes were lost. From the It NoYvemOb r, 1875, slo the owlnlers' load-lino ws oenforced, until b. 9lth February, 1876, only two stenamer :. orl~ iln thlo !:y of Biscoy anl 20 lira? .. lost. 1Ilo hald good reasonn to beliovo that tlic oweri' load-line had tenerally led to o, d ozoinulion it oth loss tf 1ift.1flgiouien

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MOLONG. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

MOLONG. Saturday. We have had fourteon hours' stedy rain, and it is likely to continuo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

MEDICAL. :- - I?MPOTANT DIS C oOVERY. GItEAT VICTORY. PROF. GUSSCOTT, HERBALIST, CHIROPODIST, AND Cure of Diseases In General, Hegs to inform the residents of the HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT that he possesses the secret of a al-Great Discovery which has enabled him to obtain SIGNAL VICTORIES over the greatest enemies ot man. Philosophers are agreed that Nature is preg. nant with secrets, which, if known, would Cure Life of All its Ills DISEASE as a prolifio parent fills-a " monster" whiclh has more than matched the learning and skill of centuries. DOCTORS have claimed the exclusive right to deail withll disease, and they have so conspicuously failed as to become pro verbial. Napoleon Bonaparte summed up the results of their skill as Inimical to lMankind, and as a rule he carefully avoided both Doctors and their Drugs. The imperious Crsrican however, could only speak from the past ans frrom whlat he observed. He had no Idea that in the fullnessof time there would arise one, PROFESSOR GUSSC...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER X (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

THE IHAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHIADOWV AT RIVER HALL Br-?ZMas. J. H. ?nIDDETa, AUTuOR Oa A Lia's , AsaE, GEnOR GITITI, &c. i: CHAPTER X (CONTINUED). BU? what did that signify to me ? If'sho had strung pearls together, I should not have valued them one half so much as I did the dear words which revealed her interest in me. Over and over I read the note, at first rapturously, afterwards with a se cond feeling mingling with my joy. How did she know it was I who had taken up my residence at River Hall ? Not a soul ] kenow in London, besides MIr; Craven, was aware of the fact, and he had promised faithfully to keep my secret. Where, then, lhad Miss Elmsdale ob tained liher information ? From whom had she learned that I was bent in sol ving t lhe mystery of the "Haunted House."' I puzzled myself over my questions till I grew uneasy with vain conjeot tures. Lot me imagine what I would-let me force my thoughts into what grooves I might-the moment the mental prel sure was removed, my su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

WANTEDS. -V-TTANTRD, a COMPOSITOR. Apply at 'V Office of this Paper. \Y ANTED.-A SMART BOY, as Light ' Porter. Apply, A. MoDONNELft. lihinter-street. 495 WT ANTED, BOYS to SELL PAPERS. Apll. SV ply to this Office. W ANTIRD, TWO TURNOVERS to the JTOB PRINTING BUSINESS, Apply to'the Offlod of this Paper. WT ANTED, a good General Servant. Apply at'tho GREAT BRITAIN HOI'liL, corner of Soott ond Marketsts., Newonastlo- S02 T O BAKERS. - WANTED a First-class SBAKER. Apply to 508 W. SHOESMITH, Lambton. SANTED, SITUATION, by Young Man, as Assistant in Grooore Shop. Good References and Testimonilal. T.N.J , Wollsond Post Oee. 486 iTTANTED.-By Married Couplr, with no V% Family, TWO FUItNISHED ROOMS, in or close to City. Apply B.O.L., Herald Office. 496 W? ANTED.-To Rent a HOUSB, somo wlhero iii the City. Apply at tihe Ollice of this Paper. iVUNICIPAL. DISTRICT OF LAMBTON. Wanted, a SURVEYOR Applications ad. dressed to " The Mayor," will be received until the 13th instant. . THOMAS GRIERSON. C...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. ARRIVALa.-MAy 8. Alcandre, schooner, 194, Gillespie, from ydney. J. Veenmnn, ,geno Isle ofFrnlco. LbJaque, 3'2. LTe Brent, from Sydooy. O, F. Stokes rend Co, agents COA-TWlsE.-M?ay 8 Marie. Fsco t, Lallh Ilookh. Scotia, Prompt, and Collaroy (s,), from Sydney Itbo, William, ond CathLerine Agnes returned to port

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

SHIPPING. NEWCASTLE STEAMSHIP COMP?ANY, NIM (LITsRD.) 6iSydney Exhlirion !u The 8. 8. KEIBLA will runm a·b SINGLE JAMES FOIl IE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL FRIDAY, 12TU MAY, IeoLgSIVE. SALOON.............. 12s6d. sTEERAGE .............. 7s6d. Leaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p m. (Saturday and Sunday cxcepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.m (Sunday end MIonday excepted). H. D. PORTUN, Manager. Ofic--l unter-utreet," Neweastle, 10th April, 1876. 193 O'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S ;PATENT' SLIP, S NEWCASTLE. tlItPS of the Largest Olass taken up for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &c. Iron Shipa cleaned. Shipwrrights' and Smiths u .rk.performed. pars nond all other ship's materials in stock. An Fxporioeced Diver, with diving appa ' .tu,oun hean. r T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietonrs. PUBLIC NOTICES. I NTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION - 1876. Section 7, Class 6s50.-l'le Pirst Price was awarded to the CASTLEMAINE BREWERY, lot th Purity and Excellence of their Ale. 492 N OTICE.-JAIIES A...

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CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

* CUSTOM IHOUSE CLEARANCES. S May 8. Southern Belle, barque, Skinner, for Adelaide -480 tonscoal G Hlewison. agent Byron, barqunLlewcllyn, for Lyttleton-270 tons coal. J. reemana, agent .illFam Gifford, b rque, Bishop, for Omarn- 355 toons coal, 8 casks pitch, 3 casks tar. O. F. Stokes anodl Co, agents Alexander Newton, barqnc, Newton, for Cheefoo-422 tons coal. RIt. B. YWallace, aaent

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DEPARTURES. COASTWISE—May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

DEPARTURES. CoAsTrznA --May 8. Coonanbara (s.), for Sydnoy

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(From the S. M. Herald). BATHURST. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

(Fromi the S. M.HIeraldJ). BATHURST. Saturday. At the Circuit Court yesterday thle whole day was occupied with the case of Nancarrow v. Ewan and another, which resultedin a verdict for the defendants. Charles Ryan, previously convicted of horse stealing, was sentenced to three years in Darlinghurst. The other casoes wore not pro ceeded with. John Fox, a prisoner under heavy sentence, pleaded guilty to horse stealing, and was re manded to gaol. In the case of J. E. Jones v. Ewan and Thompson, plaintiff was not proparedl to procoeed, and accepted a nonsait. Tlhiscon cluded the livil business. Tile criminal was recommenced. In the case Queen v. Oglivio, Jones v. Tuck, for larceny at Dubbo, an appli ponomont was granted; itis mentioned as probable that the case will be taken to Sydney for trial. William Nicholls, indicted for rape at Sorbes, was convicted of intent, and romanded for sentence. Henry Munday, tried for an unnatural offence at Mullion, was convicted of an attempt, and sente...

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STRIKE OF PAINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

STRIKc OF PAINTEnss.-T-he opera tire painters in Inverness have come out on strike. Their present rate of wages is 26s.: ld. per week of 57 hIours, withi 3s. additionial when working in the country. T'ilhe claim which they now put in, we understand, is for 28s. ad. per woeek, nadvanmco of d, an hour, and 4s. a week when.working in thle coretry. The employers hlave agreed to give 28s. Od. pir weekd, antd 3s. in the country; but the mon hdld out for 4s.'and honc the strilko. TIus Inverness Town Council resolved to vote £25 towards the fund to establish a Celtic cluir in Edinburgh University. SToEPLrCon ASEt AT IIANDWICK.-T-IIh owner of Rufus being dissatlsfled with thle r~esult of the Maiden Ste.pleehasd, won by Orion on last Saturday week, a numtch for £50 a-side was arnomnged, and duly came off on the Randwick racecourse an last Saturday. Rufus was piloted by Harding, and Orion by Corri gan, and there was very little.betting. Orion was first away, but bolted at tlhe tan-trn and lost...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 9 May 1876

I\MELLBOURNE. Another seizure has beon made of good, belonging to the Mosirs. Stevenson; a quantity of hosiery, valued at £500, hat been discovered which has not paid duty. Indignation is expressed at the alterations in thie entrance at the now Government House being madont such great cost. Steps are being taken to procure the recog nition of school teachers certificates in all the colonies. Hoewitt's defeat by VWatson on Saturday has created great eacitoment. It is stated that several persons have mys "mriously diSappeared from Sullivau's shanty in Victoria, some years ago, and the bodies are said to have been burried in the garden. It is suggested that the garden be dug up.

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