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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

WANTEDS. W A MTED aHOUSEMAID, and to aeniut waiting at tul~le Apply to M~rs. L~snoone, opposite Police Station, Hunter street., 92. ?TANTED, a GtIoralSERVANT. Apply V to SIrs. STEVENSON, Hunter Root anld Shoo Warehouse, Newcaostle. 529; W"TAN'I'ED, a good General Servant. Apply at tile GREAT BRITAIN HOTIhL, corner ot Soott end Malrket-ate., Newcastle- 502 '?7ANTP'D. BV Marridl VCoupl, with no ¥ Foa ly, T\WO PUIINISIILD R"OHS, in or eloo to City'. Apply B.U.L., lIerncld Off8co, 491 ?,T,\NTED, a CIOMlPOSITOR. Apply at lY Ofilecoa this Paplr. U'ANTED, B]OYS an SELLJ PAPERtS. Alp 11' • ply to tlito Office. W ANTKD, TWO TURNOVEII to the JOB PRINTING BUSlNESS. Apply to the Oflo of thia Papor. ANTED a Firsto.lan Small GaadS BIKSR. Apply to Gao.Soa unoas?nr, IBaker, Wallsood. 523 O BAKERS. - WVANTED a First-class BAKER. Apply to 108 W. SItOESMITIH, Lambton, TANTED.--To Reot a HOUSS, nome V,,horo in the City. Apply at the OCico of this Paper. ""AN'1ED a few respec.able BO ARDEItS, Every acco...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

(nf ELecnTRI , °el aP -I. o SYDNEY. " ARRIVALS.--May 8. Novelty, ba.que, 365 tons, Unptain Limmer, from Melbourre. 2nd inbtant Kiama (s), 200 tons, Captain Meonoy, from OJyde.tiver and Ulladnla

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

nRISD?-?.. "tonday. Tile Loichalrdt (o.), from Coolctowli, wao off Toonrvillo to-day with 160 dioappointod dig gem? on board, who refused to land, and thie assistanc of tho police mngiotrata wo coalled for, bat he foiled to get them ashiore. Captain ML'Leon will bring the dig-ers to Brislbano. Mch troublo is alnticipatel fromji returning diggors.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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MORE HOT-BEDS OF FEVER. To Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

MORE ·'HOT-BEDS OF FEVER. To Editor of thle Newcaslte Moronto Iferald anld Alicnr' Adctocote. So,--Tho Njuionco Provcntion Act of 1875 caoi into operation in this leoroogh on the lst inurent, by proelonmtion of Iis Excellency the Govenlor, bht up to the preoent coonent reomains a de:ad letter. It would Ihve been b-lter if the prudent coorseo sugested by Alderoman I-Innell, wihien the totion for tlho extenoion of tle Act wase under discussion in the l3orongh Council had been alopted, nmcely, to imko all prelimiyiarv e ogae ncntsl to enable the Cooncil to enforce the stringent prorisions of the Act, when pro clioied--for, sa yet, no inspector hoes beIe eplointed, nor boo onything been done respecting the disposal of night soil, either by buying in the adtlh or casting into the oea or otlherwiso. Nothing ns to the construction and situation of closets and cesopools, nor generlly os to other equally importont detailiof the Act. Whet is the conscquence? Wrhy, in Bolton-otreel there is ot...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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DEPARTURES.—May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

DEPARTUREP--My 6, Carl fox |br Ncroaatlo Canopuo, for ,onodon Floroenoe Irving (o), far lrisbano Easby (s), for Now Z- olond .Tesoon (r), for ilobort T-wn City of Hellbourne (r), for MIelbourne PROJEOTED DliPaRTURtES -May 10. Oity of Athens, for Snor Frrciseco; Alhion (a), for Now Zeoland; You Yangs (a) for Mol CoAsOrsR.--MIy 9. ,Eagle (a), from hVollung.n,; Hironndollo Huotor (ai, Yarra Turrn (o), from N'owcr?tlo. Coooonba r(s), Morpoth (o), fromn tho Hunter .River Elm Grove, Fnglo (o), aosenhed, ltiroodello, Yarra Yorra (s), for owcatle; l'rerdevonce , for thu Richmon l ; Anlhore, flr the Claroncc; Emily Anne, for tihe 3Iacleely

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

COONAM[DLE. _ Tuosdny. Thoro hns boon tlhroo days of stdldy.ln, thu country looks pl~londid. Tho r?,Vnrrn crook iu'a kloukor, cud tho wuters of the Culot1croagh River will ho down soou.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

MELBOURNE. ARIdVALS.-3IAY 8. Lady Parling, b1iona, and J'asniala, st-amera, Sarah Ann, \Vrene[n Castle, and Nararmissin, nll from Newnantle

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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BOURKE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

I~OUI~tKE. M[onday. 2.40 tons of fneu coppor.olwlt romoval at tho Greut Coloar ?[ino, which, with tio coaorso copper and regulus on ]and,. rolpesonto in valuo £20,000.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

MEDIC'AL. ~ _l -U . A. AS A lflediealn Botanist Of upwards of twenty years' standing, Rlespectfttlly ittfemo the retsidents of Newcsstl,' Walleendi, anti thoter Rtiver District generadl.s that Ito it practising htis ptrfefstota with that MARKED SUCCESS Whlenh hos nmade Itita name on popular on the Coelt.tlelds anti it tito Coat-mniatiet distriets ol Net Soutth tles. Tho superiority of the system of" lHerbal Trcatnltsnt over all othters is toow auhktvledlgetl hy the load+ ittg nemhers of thte MeL~cicol F'ocatly all over t worhld; end the ery it--Oar Medicines ore "Purely Vegetanbe r" Professor xhtexgn htas detotstrated in hi vorh, "Protoplasm," that titerat substances cattnot hoeadmiittttetred twith henefit, tttd that only fter Nature has transt oted ttetm into plattts are tity good for either Feed or Medi ine. Enperietta e tautght Herhlists thiis great troth nttg herotire tit learoed Professor di, revered it for hitmeself, ntttl none htave Itod clettrer oad more conclusivo evidence ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURES.—MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

DEPA I'ULRES.-- MAY 6, Cardigan Ciatlo, ship, for London Hero of tho Nihl, f~r Nowcastlo

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From the S. M. Herald). BATHURST. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

(From the S. il. tterauld). IBATHUBST. M[onday. At tihe Circuit Court to-day William Nileholl convicted of ass assault on a girl, with ihtont, woo sasenteced to live yerar' hard labour. Douglas, previously sentenced to Goullburn gaol, was ordered to be imprisoued in Dar lingllnurt. Ahl You, convicted of wousditng with intent, at Sohfla, was sentenced to three years' hard labour. Ablrulsahn Cotoy, triod for deraldillg lIis creditors whilo insolvent, wats convioted aud slentonced to twelvo snooths' hIrd labour. Sarah Wilson, charged witl murder, was liberatod ou ler owna recogli eancia to alspear at the next Court, or seols otheri ns ony bo appointed. A. insas, olaulne lUlleWnos, was killed on tho Raglan liond by feeling over an unprotlscted baenk into a creek. Tuesday. Theoro was a great attondssnc at tho cours ing snatel to.day, ansi splendid weathor. Tile sport olpened at MBr. George Loo's. Handsomo Jlele woo drawis, Snowstorn ran a bye, Glhinni Olsinni beat Treasurer, und .lloasro...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Extroordinary Scene at a Grave. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

Fxtroordinary Scene at a Grave, IT was arranged to inter the remains of the railway guard, ]Booth (who died from injuries reccived at the gas explo sion at Leeds), at tlhs Doncaster Come tary. There wore fromn 200 to 250 guards, portert, &c., in them employ of the Laneashire and Yorkshire Great Northern, and Midlhnd Railway Corn panics present. The coffin was borue to the grave by six Lancoshlire and York shire guards. Hrs it wos found that the opejing made wao not sufficient to astmit toe coffin, and tile poor widow had to sit by the graveside wthilo attempts wore made to enlarge it. Their efforts, however wore fotile; and the people anseenhled, numbhring over 2000 became so excited thbt it wo"- very probable there would have boc a riot, had it not been for the ex-MUIayor and a Town Councillor. As it woe, the grave-digger had a very narrow escape. HIaving entered the grave, he began to enlarge it, when the sides from the pressure on tile top began to tuohble in, and present...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Burrumbeet Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

Burrusabeet Outratge. HAs the presumnsl perpotrator of the outrage at Burrumbeet been arrested or not? The Evening Post of Friday speculates as follows: "HIalliday,.the perpetrator of tlie, Burrumbeot outrage, seem-to be surrounded with as mush mystery ss the celebrated "Spring heeled Jack" of olden times. He was said to have been arrested at Dc'nili quin, and committed to Ssndhurst; bet we yesterday obtained a telegram from Deniliquin, to the effect that ' the man arrested there on Monday was dis charged yesterday, be not beiog the original.' To-day telegrams appear in several papers stating that the msn has sot been discharged, and that 'it is almost a certainty that the right man was arrested at Deniliquin.' To-day we had received no further news up to the time of our going to press, but the following paragraph from the Age appears to show that the scoundrel is not only still in custody, but that he is likely to prove the indi vidual wanted :-" The detectives have received inform...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Death of Mr. Edward D. Day. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

Desatlh of Mr. Edward B. Da):. TUE Mercoryl of yesterday says :-" gentleman who hus been withdratwn for many yearsofrom active lifo by sickneso, died at his residonc in East Manitland, on Saturday morning last. -r. Edward Denny Day was, previous to an attaek of paralysis, and after tho attack till increasing feebleness compelled him to resign his publio duties, police mnagis trate of MIaitland, and had occupied that responsible office for so long a time that his name was historical in connection with it. At one period of his life, Mr. Day made a considerable figure in the public eye by h, gallant capture of a noted bushranging gang who had estab lished a reign of terror in the district of thoUppor Hunter. Mlr. Day's career as police magistrate was not continuous; ho held the position in the very early times, was removed to Port \aequarie, and returned on the death of Major Crumlrer, remaining in office until his sickness obliged him to retiro. Mr. Day was admirably fitted for the du...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF 'N'WOASTa?T. AUR1VAIS.--Mly 10. Dandenong (s.s), 575 tons, Stniror?, from fiydey H.-Snfith, uagent • Ibbircui , t '0 togns, Scan'on, from -Lytte'ton, ISh ui lntimno; J & A. Brown, agent Edith Havilnnnnd, trig, 204 tons, Ioddv, from leltbonrne, Snot ilns ullt, with 600 bogs potatoes CoiAnt~.ow.-May 10. Coonanbra, llalang, Otorpeth, and Saxonim , stenmers, froni Sydlley; Agnes, from Lake lit acqnarienwith timber

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

:SHIPPING.' EYoASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. E (LIMIITED.) 6?Sydiney Exhibition I The S. S. .KEIIULA will rcn at SiNGLE VANES F]OR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL. FRDAY, 13T. ?IAY, INosIv-. SALOON ............... 1a 6d: STEERAGE........... .... 7s 6d. Leaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p.m. ,,. o(Saturday and Sundayuexoepted). Leavilg Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.m (Sunday and Monday excepted). H. D. PORTUN, ogc In . 3Ienlger. @?iee-l~tnter-st?'eet, Newcastle, 10th April, 1876. 193 -. OSULtAVAN AND "CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWC3ASTLE. BIriPS of the Largest Cluns taken up for REPAIRS, IE-OLASSING, SURVEY, oce. Iron'Ships cleaned. Shipwerighll' and Smiths jerk performed. SSpus nnd all other elip'a mutcrialu in stolk, •' Au Fuzperieoerod Diror, with diving appor .tud,on haod. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO.,' Proprietors. SPUBLIC NOTICES. AIILTON R. c. CCERTIFIED DECNOMINAITIONAL YCNOOL. The REV. FATHER IRYAN hsa meulh plea ..ore in announcing to the Cotholic of.Hanilton, Wiekham, and the surrounding...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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CLEARANCES.—MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

CLEAIIANCES.-MAZ~ Y 10 Woodrille, baqnue, Condy, for Danedin, with 520 tolis coal; J. Reid. agent Leonido", schooner, Steel, for Worrnamhool, with 150 tons coal ; J. Reid, ogent Fleonr de MIaurice, barqn, WaV.rwiok, for Ade laide, with 510 tons coal; J. and A. ]rown, a?gents Do;;denong (n.), Stanford, for Meibooree, with 500 to;;s cool; H. nmitlh agent ,lory Mildred, barque, Brown, for Now Cpledonia, with 160 ilead cattle, 2 horses, 50 pair fowls, 14 tons htoy; it. It. Wallace, agent

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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DEPARTURES.—MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

DEPARTURES.-.MAY 10. Alcondro, for ItMelodurne Emperor, for Lyttelton " Oarron. for Omoru Will am Ginlbrd, for Timarr Cr?rg Ellocbie, for Timooru CoASTWlnn.--Moy 10. Marie, Lady Emwar, Gem0 Scotia, Urania, Brilliiift Illolong (s), laitlnd (s), Saxonia (s), Gem, and Prompt, for Sydney

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

PARLIAMIENTARY LEUf[SLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, lLwY 9. (1ree, the S. H. Herahl.) Mlinistors stated, ini answer to questions, that tile Chief Justice, Sir Jantes Martin, came by special train from nsnnhlug to Sydney on the 2nd instant-that such train was ntot applied for by Sir Jameus RMartin, but was asithsorised by tim Govoersmicnt in tle interests of the public, anid that it was not expedient to make public, at present, the teleoraphic coin munication which hlad passed between this Goversmnent and Sir Julius Vogel, with reference to several matters of public iisportance, Y" PETITIONS. M.r SuesTRLAnD presented a petition from residents of Paddingtoi, WVoollalira, &c., in favor of tie Illawara Railway scheme. " Mr. WV. C. BRowec presented apetition froii Singleton in favour of closing public louses Pp Sundays. Tie petition was received. The petitions presented on the Oths inst. were ordered to be prinited. The Appeals froum Ssunsary Convictions Bill was read a third tihm and...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 11 May 1876

]Pai'Jlaicmntnry-, Mr[.. II. Toyloros motion, yestordny ovening, witll roforenco to inerooellng t~lo Civil Servonto ootlnrieo, was negutived. m lonrg disolosion look ploco, to-niglht, on mm immotion of jounlrnent, whmen soorer.ml numteor of genmeol imitrc?t were miscussed. Th'lo Amendedl ]mmkmiing Agreement woo ngrecd to b~y tlmo mlllk of No?v. Sootth Wrmlme.

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