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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

BATUIRST. The coursing meeting has proved highly auncessful.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

Parlianmentary, A considomeblo part of to-night's sittings has hooen taken up in discussing the motion of MI: lHugh Taylor, tho member for Puarrnatta, to refund the sums deducted from the Civil servants' salaries. Tho debato is still con tinuing ' Mr. McElhone's motion in reforenoo to proclaiming moro roads, has been negatived on tho casting voto of the Speaker.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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A MOTHER COMMITTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

A MIoTrunE COMMITTED FOn MAN H.LAUOu>TIIR.-The child of a woman named Margaret Murray Turnbull died under peculiar circumstances in Collingwood. The Ansus states that at anll inquest held by MIr. Candler, the jury found that the child died from injuries caused by the mother (Turnbull) falling with it while intoxicated, and that ishe was guilty" of nmanslaughter. She said she was knocked down by another woman. The coroner comunittad her for trial at the Central .lriaalat Court.

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ADELAIDE. DEPARTURES.—MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

ADELAIDE. * DEPARTURES.-MAY G, Hilea White for New CaloIonia *Claymoro for S3dnoy May 8. City of Nankin shlip for Jowcnotlo.

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Divorce Court, Sydney. (From the Evening News.) CHIPPETT V. BHIPPETT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

Divorce Court. Sydney. (From the Evening News.) CeI|IIi'ETT V. nlIiIoETT. IN tho Divorce Court, on Friday, May 6th, before his Honor Mr. Justico IHargraves, the following cases were disposed of: This divorco suit was brought by Bridget Chippott, formerly Bridget Mack, of West fMitland, against her husband, Robert Chip pett, formerly of West 3[aitland, draper. Dr. Donovan, instructed by Mr. Oliver, ap peared for petitioner. Both parties wero married at West Maitland by the Rev. J. R. Thackeray, on August 8th, 1868. The grounds for a divorce were desertion and cruelty. HIis IIonor fixed the trial for Juno 2nd. cOLLI'S V. COLLINS. This divorce suit was brought by Thomas Collins, of Brisbano 'Water, sawyer, against Sophia Collins, formerly Sophia Merchant William Deaves, of Lake Macquarie, wan joined as co-respondent. Both parties were married on December 16th, 1815, by the RIev. Dr. Full?rton. The alleged adultery with co-respondent, took place two years after wards. His Honor ordered ...

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Proposed Miners' Association at Wollongong. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

Proposced Miners' .Association at Wolloigong. THE question hasbeen' frequently. asked those miners in this district who have discovered the advantages of be longing- to the .-lunter ,River Coal Miniers' Protective Association, whether an efforit oiight :not to be mnade to establish a branch" ihereof in them Ills. warm district; and thlis a?fford thi' miners working at Wollongong, Bulli; and Mount Keirn, the same privileges. We understand?tthat an effort'was made some time ago 'tb establish such a branch, but the foolish .opposition of a few of the Wollongong miners pre-. vented the organi'iztion, and' theii'o?po aitionists calmuly ,intimated that- the depiststio'i sent froni this district w~'er tiot there far the purpose .f .boiefiting. the Wollongong miners, but rather with a' view-of organising certain resolutions for the sole purpose of benefiting the coal minors'in-the Huuntei'iRiver dis trict. The deputation showed thefallacy of sucli reasoning,anhil opoiiited?giit the great in...

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Australasia Coal Company. MEETING OF N. S. WALES SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

Austrlasila Coal Colnplay. IL-ETING OF N. S. WALES SHARE JIDLD IS.: A .unr.To of the local shareholders of the above Company was held in the Druids' Hall, L-mibton, on Monday evening last. There was i good attendance. Dr. IifIt was voted to the chair. He said the meeting had been called for thie purpose of investigating into the present very unsatis factory position of the Company's affairs, For a long time phlt thlugs had not been going on attisfactqriyto'theo Now South lVe les sharelliohlea. but a crisis had "bec lbrought about by the susponslon of the Company's manager. Mir. T, 1', Moody, by tihe Secretary of. the Company, acting no doubt on the authority of the directors in Melbourneo. On the day after the advertisomoent convening this moeting laid been written, he had received letter from Melbourno, contaieining a request that the Now South Wales slmroholderc would take somo action. Accom panying the letter was the subjoined requisi tion, which had been numerousln signed, and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

Port Wnaratnl Agency. .T?lt. WE. GARLAND, lorfot Woratah,ha VIbeen h ppointed Agent for tlhisjounal at that town, an is auuthoried to reeivoe monies on J. N3. SWEET. 'lImerld and Advocate" Olice, eh 3any, 1ISS. Stockton Agency, i rR. ALEX. DROWIN has been APPOINTED IV AGOEN'I for this jatmal at STOCIKTON, from whom papee carn be ro.ived, and ordors for Advrtisaomentsa or Job Printing loft, J. M. SWEET, "- "droplrietor. "cerald ant Advocate Otfce," 22nd April, 1670. "RENEWED NOTICE.. - NIUMBER- OP CORRESPONDENTS, who Sshould havo senseo eough to know better, persist in addressing their litcrmT comunnlcations ' to the undersigned, instead of the EDITOIR, andatro sometimessurprisel at not arwing their efumsions in print. We repeat our requeat that corrcapondeoeo should be a ddrossd to the "Editor," and advertise ments, .lo.,.to the otae. J. -. SWEET, SO, Proprietor. OIEnALO A.D AD$VOCAT Office, '.19th AprU,1'870. , lje Neibcastle £tlorning i1c2ral AND MINERS' ADVOCATE., WEDNESDAY,-MAY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

. WA-JTE 'yDS.__ ANT'ij D) a iHOUSEMIAID, to assist w iting nt"l'ble- Apply at one." Mrs. A. WATT, Criterion Hotel. ill iT NTeD, a COMPOSITOR. Apply at V Uiae o'o tii Pap era - \ ANTIE), 1OYS 'o SELL PAPERS. Ap. Y ply to this Office. « 'ANTRD, T,\VO .T IINOVFRS to the YX" TJO T PRIs''I'tO tUslNE&sS Apply "o thie dlco of tlbisP nper;. TO BAKERS. - WANTED a First-class BAKEII. Apply to 508 W SI OESMITII, Lambton. 'ANTEI'D.-l1y Married Couel, fvitrl no Family, TWO FUltNISHlED iRIOMS, in or close to City. Apply I U.L., HIerald OCle,. 496 I?TANTED.-To .'Rent a HOUSI, some where in the City. Apply at the Office of this Paper. TENDERS IFENDEI)S will he eeitetd up to May tli I 13tl for BUILDING a NLNl-.1ROOMED IHOUSE at South Wuaralah.i. Plans and apeoifloations may be seeon at tihe rsidenoce of the Undersigned?cald all inlbrma Lion given,. FRANCIS HIXDMAlRSH, 462 " Lambton. " - l p MEETINGS. NEIWCASTLE C?RICET CLUB. A GENERAL IEETING of\the above Club will he held at the Ship Inn, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

MEDICAL. IMIIPORTANT "DISCOVERY. GRdEAT VICTORY. PROF. GUSSCOTT, HEIIRBALIST, CHIROPODIST, AND Cure of Diseases In General, Begs to inform the residents of the IIUNTER RIVER DISTRICT that he possesses the secret of a r-Great Discovery. which has enabled him to obtain SIGNAL VICTORIES over the greatest enemies of man. Philosophers are agreed that Nature is preg. nant with secrets, which, if known, would , Cure Life of All its Ills DISEASE as a prolific parent s f ills--a " monster" which has more than matched the learning and skill of centuries. DOCTORS have claimed the exclusive right to deal with disease, and they have so conspicuously failed as to become pro verbial. Napoleon Bonaparte summed up the results of their skill as Inimical to Mankind, and as a rule he carefully avoided both Doctors and their Drugs. The imperious Corsicans however, could only speak from the past and frrom what he observed. He had no idea that in the fullness of time there would arise one, PROFESSOR GUSSC...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL, CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

THE HAUNTED 'HOUSE, THE SHBADOW AT RIVER HALL, By Mns. J.H. IDoDRLL, AU,noR of A LIra's Assiz', Greoeo Get'l, &c. CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED). ARRIVED there, I found, to my un speakable joy, that Miss Blake was out, and Miss Elmsdale at home. When I entered the shabby sitting room where her beauty was so groviously lodged, she rose and greeted me with kindly words, and sweet smiles, and vivid blushes. " You have come to tell me you are not going ever again to that dreadful house," she said, after the first greeting and inquiries tor bliss Blake were over. " You cannot tell the horror with which the mere mention of Rlivor Hall now fills me." "I hope it will never be mentioned to you again till I have solved the mystery attached to it," I answered. " Then you will nt do what I ask," she cried, almost despairingly. "I cannot," was my reply. " Miss Elmadale, you would not have a soldier turn back from the battle. I have un dertaken to find out the secret attached to your old home, an...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 10 May 1876

FUNERAL. FUNERAL.             The Friends of Mr. JOB MORGAN are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of his beloved SON, JOHN : The procession to move from his late Residence, Wallsend, at Three o'clock sharp. A. C. ROBINSON, 512 Undertaker.      

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS (FROM OUR' SYDNL'Y COstRSssPONlnNT.) IT was elicited fromn 1Ir. Stuart in the Assembly' to-night, oln a question Isy Mlr. Jacob, that the cost of recovering the bell buoy at Newcastle wmms £7 8s 3d; tile ' rlepLirs cost a further smmmm of £12 l1S 7T; and the painting £9 4Is -4d ; total, £22 Os 2d. ° ClOowimeI houses contilnu at the Yictoria Theatre every nighit, and thme sparkling mumsic of tim chmarimng operas is receiverd itlh every immanifestatiolm of mdelighst. It is understood tlmhat at thme close of tle semso m ]rare time commlmnamy will favour Newcastle withm a visit. MIajerommi has just termminated m brilliant engagemunt at time Royal, whmore Chmaplin is agmiin sppearings imm time Sllmmkeslipmriamm plays. Tue: inveotigationl into thie charge of dufanlt made tigaitist Edward Dalton, the master of the tug-eoat Cllengu , was concluded tllis morning, and the M[arina Board decided that the charge had been ipro'eid, tind thlt Dalton's certificate sholuld Lu sespel...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

NEWCASTLE POLICE COUIRT. W?i?ESDAY, MALir 10, 1870. (Beftoo Mr. alnnell, J.r.) DIRUNKENNISS. Four inebriates wore dealt with. ]IESISTI5O TEE I'OLOOI. Georgo Newmnan, for resisting the police, was fined 20s., or to be imprisoned in tho lockup for 48 hours. STEALINO. George Rogers w.s chargdd with stealing at Newcastle, on the 9th inst., six cloth overcoats, of the value of £9, the property of Williamn Grisdale. Constabld Sherlock deposed : At about lhalf-past 4 o'clock yesterday, I was on duty in Hunter-street; I noticed anumlber of people running down Market-street ; I immediately went down, and saw tihe prisoner, now before tihe Court, in front of Mr. Grisdalo's store. ; he was detained by a1 man named George Westcott; the six overcoats produced were lying close to lihm on tlhe ground, and Mr. Levi Griodale gave hint into custody for stealing the coats now produced ; I took him to tlhe lack-.up, and charged hlim before Mr. Grisdalo, this morning, with stealing the coats. By prisone...

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Disturbances at Vitu Levu. FRIGHTFUL ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

Disturbiasnce s at Vitu Lcvu. :FRIGHTFU OTL ATRITES. NEWS ilsa besen received here from Fiji that a serious distusrbaince has occurred at Vitu Lavo ; tho mountain tribes having descended on and sacked several native villages. Whilst the Government force uInder Catptain Olive and Capbtin Cares' were on the borders of theo Hill cosuntry, with a view of keeping thie snountainoers in check, the lattor wovnt down the oppo site side of the range, and laid waste all the coast villages, conuniting frightful atrocities. T'e precise particiulars 'have not yet comne to biind, but it is reported that thh'ty villages have bean ravaged, men0, ioellmn, alid children were-lilsi88a cred, and usaisy of theme" tl'owl Ilto tie brniriig Isouses, iand roasted alivo. 'HYerald.'

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LAUNCESTON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

LAIJNOEST'lON. Toucstoy. Too hlorce were ktilled, north of Antill Po 1jds by tho down tnrin to-doy. -lrom "-ol?art Town nows hIos been receivcd tihot, yrternlaly3 oftorloon, filo lost ftlosmoninl oboriginll, 14111 ]lookh, dird of paralysis, ogRid V3. Shio wos Quoen Consort to .iog hilly, who died in Mlrreh, iged 71. LUlluh hloohi woos under tho niro of Z[rs. Danbridgr, to wloo the Governmoent ollowed £80 a-yror for her onintencu, l'arlinment is fur-ther prorogued to tho 20th of Juno.

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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

ADELAIDE. Monday. It is sulfiposd tlht a natural bud of oyators has boon found in the Gulf, nonr tih soma phoro. Dr. Gonean, in rifle shooting, mode 110 out of a Ipossiblo 112, from 200 yards to 000 yardo, on Saturday. Mr. J. I. Angits has resigned his seot in tiho Assombly for atroson. Tuesday. Mfr. Glydo is a candidato for thu olectorato of tiarossa. Thu Chanmber of mnunfactnres havo or ranged that a tioputation front that body shllt wtatt upon the Colonsial Treaunror, and urge an increano of thu fleo list. A cotupany thas boon formed to obtain two steato-tuga tromt England. • Mr. Iloott"ltr agnricutltmul statiutitlc tharo uent 1hiuhlishl. to Th roe nuder cutltisationt is 098,820 eCrcr, beiugang In rc'IltsO of 10 182 acres os last year. Tho pro'duco is 90,710,834 bushels, showsing an InCreasO of 877,1.11 shihoels; alter deducting thu qmtlttity utonl for soeed, &c., 7.,001 tonts, thu surtlflu aounutctt to 217,000 tons, oa which 110,000 tons Ihave bet,, ailreaty oxported. 'T...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

THE H'AUNTED HQUSE, oni -TEB- SHADOW AT RIVER HALL Br 15.s. JI. Iti nloDz.L, Asenoa oP A LTar's Assize, fsonis Gi~ril, &c. ,.CSA1'T.i XI" (Ooas?vice.) ",Onss It is you, is it ?"- said the lady. ii The girl told me that someone was waltiag.. Hot and swift ran the colour to my adored one's checks. -" Aunt," she observed, "I think you forget this gentleman comes from dlr. Craven." "Oh, no i my dear, I don't forget MIr. Crave,, or his clerks either," re sponded Miss Blake, as, still cloaked and bonnetted, she tore open Mr. Craven's envelope. "'I am to take back an answer, I think," said I. " You are, I see," she answered. " He's getting mighty particular, is William Craven. I suppose he thinks I am going to cheat him out of his paltry ten pounds Ten pounds, in deed I snd what is that, I should like to know, to us in our present straits I Why, I had more than twice ten yester day from a ma,, on whom we had no claim-none whatever, who, without asking, offered it in our need." -:"A...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

S01lLPING IN rORT. • , • .. . ?IIPS . Corona, 1199, SLrachon. B. B. Wollace, agent.; tlor"eshoe, forded for Shang.hao Consloir, 1871, Hordy. Single, WVlito e& Co., agents; No. 6 crane, loading Messrs. Brown' coal, for San Francisco Firth of Clyde, 824. C. F. Stokes and Co, gcents; cargo wharf discharging; to loed Wolleceld for Sin Franrisco 1,ivcrerni?, 74a, Foremaon. Single, W~hite, and Co. agents; So. 2 crane, lending Messrs. ]rwao'e cool -iitredalc, 1231, Brown. B. B. Walloce, agent; to lend Greta - Sloenia, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, egent; Port WVrntnh, discharging : to lead Wallsend Solisbury, 1005. Case. R.IB. Wallace, agent; itreom Sovenas (Swedish),, 768,Nvlea. Single, Wlite, and Co., agents ; to lodl'Anvil Creek Silver lognle 87, Richard. J. eid, agont ; to load Now Lambton, for Shlanghai * Warwick, 1000 l:jizard. ]]ingle, White, and Co., agents; loading at- N.o 4 crane,-AlosBo .lBrown's coalfor Son- Francisco Fiji, 1407, Broivn; B. B. Wallace, agent; to lead Grota A...

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

• ' ? onday·. A retsrn recently published shows that the nunber of electors at tho genoral election in 1874t was 1415,180.. Mr. Duncan, inspector of the Industrial School, los fo'rVassrdd a report of the boy 3C-rye, case to t1o Gover'nment, fronm which it appears tlat hlio statoneents as to wont of feeling towards tho boy and'his parents aro utterly untrue. The report that the Customs officers had ocized goods belongime to M?eset .'---. of csnsondnmn , , os.etuo rns out to sontrue. It appears that three cases, imported by the Messrs. 'Stevenson, contained a small parcel of hosiery, consignecd to another firm, but en closed weitlh Stevcnsonsons' goods, per private arrangement, uspon which duty had been paid. Various rumoars are circulating, .and the whole aiffair appaLs mauddled. • Tuesday. Tihe desirability of finishsinsg the book upon tis manners and customs of the aborigines, commeceed by Mir. Broughl Sinyth, has been lotolrmined upon lby thie Chief Seeretary, end probably lir. Sm...

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