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NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLVB; A? MIEETINO of the Committee of thle above, Club was held last evoleing, at the Ship Inn. Mdr. D. Driscoll occupied the Chair. f he minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirsesd. MIr. R. FLEcITso' proposed, and Mr. B. \V?T s econded-'" That· M?r. . George White be admitted a member of* thie Jockey Club,'! The proposition was accepted. - Mr. *WHTic : was then appointed Clerk of the Course for.tle enssing meeting.' ? MIr. B. F?FrvLEeo moved--" TIat tise Gates," Grand-stand booth, tsree publi czne': :booths,2 three cakiestallo, 'and* the right of "spinninsg jnsliiea" he adver tised fpr public compeititn; sleb to be held on Tlihrsday, 18th inst., at the'Ship Isn. It wes decided that the date of accept once shsould his ipostponed umtil MIonday, 22nd instant, Thee Secretary was instructed to obtain the numnbet of tickets, &e,, requhired for tise ensning meeting. The meeting then adjourned until MIonday next. •

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

I'rliriiuneititary, Some progress wos mado in the estimotes yeOsteright, thioeAssmbly sitting till aoter midnight. After a worm diocossion M[r. Ilob'rtson gveo Mr. I'Elihono a severe eastiotion for Iis violent othtck on the Civil Soervnts, who aro noatblo to dofend themsolves. This afternoon tleo proceedings wore ogoio dicordorly.. Mr. 2'Elhono omoking brood costa scortiono of coruoption. The Speaker wos enable to keep order. Iesoso, crcElhone, 11. Smith, and Ganrrett wore miled to order soevral times. Thes wholo of the pcrocoedings wore most discreditable to tlo Aosemobly and to tihe wlholo colony. The Cool Miines Bill has received the .oyla Aesont, and thus bcedoccos los.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. THURSDAY, Reed. 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

LATEST? TELEGRAMS. (From our" Sy~loey Cofrrc..poodealt.) SYDNET. .TItUOsnDAV, eecd. 10 p.m. AcT the" Control Criminal Court, today, a yooung man nnnied Dalby was sontenccd to death for rape. iGeorgo Clark wos brought up to-day, and conmiittod, for obtainiug mqnoy and goods nodar false pretoncoso-two chargos. Thomas Johmnon, a well known saddlor, of IDriokilold IHill, was drowned in a wantoriolo, into which ho foel acoidontally. M[on are returning from Goboodry Dusol, near Parlkcs, and report it to be a rank sluffor. Thoe Roe. ]. hloger Ju ]octuring in the TempomncodItll, thi-s ovening, to a good houso, on file Sunday closing sovement. lov.Dr.; Lung is lecturing in theo [asonic fuil, on th1 Meotropolitan and Illawurm Ratil way. Tl?lcro is only a modeirto attcunhmcc. Efecrdtiou of the verdlict giren in the ]lathuurt libel uase, in wlich M[r. Raoe wos mulct' in a fiOe of £150, bos born condition ally shaycd, by his Honor Judge Faweett. Stone, the American prdostriun, run (irifliths of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

Port Waratatl Agency. M R. 1M. GOARnLAND, of Port Wroatahl,h Sbccn appoltel Agent for tlisjoumnal at that town, ail is utloriacd to receive monies on our account. J. M. SW3ET. "I erbltd nd Advocato" Office, thlMayt, 1870. Stockton Agency, M B. ALEX.IltOWfN liwo boon APPOINTED; AV EN'L for this Journl nt STOCKTON, trom whom pnpero cn bo rccivet, null orders for Advertiocinouta or Job lRnting left,. J. 7t; SWEET, PMroprietor. " Herald ad d Adrocato Office," 22nd April, 1870. . RENEWED NOTICE. A NUMBERE OF' CORESrPONDENTS; wlo shlould hIve 0ens0 e0noug to know better, persist in nddresrsil their litecray comomunicutions to theo odertsilae, inatend of til EDITOR, an aro ometimres urprised nt not eeing tlheir effuilons in print. We repeot our request that eorrespoodenceo ohontd be tddrc.cod to the " Editor," and ndvcrtise oents, &e., to til olffice. ET Proprietor. IIotALoAho Aovoop, eo. 0i8e, 19th April, 107. •~~~~ . ". . . . ...-.

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

PARLIAMENTARY. (Froml our Sydne! Correslposlent,) ' -LEGISLATIVE? ASSE.'B[LY. .WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1876.d M[INsITEns stated in answer to ques tions: Tile Government had been given to inderstand tlhat one of Her Majesty's ships had visited the Auckland Islands at a period sufficiently recent to know whether or not tihe crow of the.Strath naven wore'on the islands. It was there fore notsikcely that the vessel was wroelted i" theseislands. The Govern ment of. New Zealand, sonme time ago, toolc charge of the islands, formed eta tions upon thenm for the relief of ship wrecked crows, arid provided means for ogcasional communication between the eouthorn ports of New' Zealand and thme islands. Further iuquiries would be made, 'and if it were found that there Was:a possibility of time iPtrathnave's drew being on time islands, the Govern mont would forward provisions there, and matkoarrmangoments for tlhereseno of the men; The Government had taken action towards arresting or reducing tihe viru...

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The American Political Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

The dainriclnl PI'liticitl Scnisdl~s1. SINcE tile fu~rors of indignation, sur prise, doubt and anxioty which soddenly overwhelmod every portion of the.coin mnnity of the. United .States at tile open announcement of tle. notorious Bercocin scandal, thlore has been nothing in America which lies ap proached so near to tle :latter in sensational interest as tile 1oW equally' notorious BEI.K.NAP scandal. General BELKNaP was a personal friend of the President of Alnerica, and was promoted .? .tha highly ,nUpnneihln position of Secretary-at-War by General GRAT partly on account of distinguished bravery and ability during the late war, and partly on ncrosit of the high esteem in which Ihe was held by'tl,e Chief Magistrate of tie. Republic himself. Thiis high opinion was not only entertained of the hIte War.Sec retary by the President, hut by the whole community. On all sides he was aclnowledged as a brave and upright man- It was not asserted thithewas par ticularly brilliant as a statesman,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

MEDICAL. J-II' PO tTA DIS(JOV ERY. GREAT VICTORY. PROF. GUSSCOTT, IERBALIST, cfiRoPoDi'sr, ANnD (Jie of Diseases In General, Bogs to inform the'residents of the s 1hUNTER RIVER DISTRIOT that ],e pesseoses the secret of a." rsGreat: Discovery which has enabled him to obtain SIONAL VICTORIES over the greatest enemies ot man. Philosophers ore agreed that Nature is preg. nant with secrets, which, if known, would Cure Life of All its Ills DISEASE as a prolific parent f f lls-a "nmonster" which |as more than matched tho-learning and skill of centuries. DOOTORS have claimed the exclusive right to deal with disease, and they havo so conspicuously failed as to become pro. verbial. Napoleon Bonaparte summed up the results of their skill as Inimical to Mankliid, and as a rule he carefully avoided both' Doctors md their Drigs. The imperious Coroican however, could'only speak from theopast ani from wlat ho observed. :IIe had no idea that ia the fullness of time there woold'arie one, PROFESSoI GU...

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Curious Maintenance Case. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

Curious Mnlitcsstenace Case. A CerNaULAR caso was heard at the arnanmbool Police Court, on the 25th ihst. The Examiner reports that isabella Taylor, tile complainant, aged about 18, resided with scer parents in the Allansford district, and Charles A. Cowley, the defendant, Yas a eleetor at Curdie's River. The complainant ewore that she first know the defendan', about 18 monnths or two years ago. He first came to her parents' house on the 5th April, 1875, and asked her to. marry him. She refused to have him, and he caee agaits on the 27th April. She was then in the second room of the Ihouso, making a nedding dress, as she ~si a dressmsaker. After talking to her father and mother a little while he cam, to her room, and again asked her to marry hite, and went on his knees before her, but sie declined the allianee. lie then waved a whito pocket handkerchiof before her face with some drug or strange smell on it. Shs bogan to feel faint, and he then took old of hier, and said, " Why, hell...

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JOTTINGS FROM GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

JOTTINGS FKOM s3I kETA (Freom our C.rrepoident.) WVITl the exception of tlie iutere~l evinced in tihe great foot. race, the qnes tion of qoestiuns on the tapis amongst us hero lately has been the Greta suul nionsing case, and its issue. Many and diverse were hoe opinions expressed, but the genclal conc'lusion was the Bcnch of Magistrates would scout the idea of their time being wasted on such a mass of tintinnabulation. The utmost interest was disp'nayed on Monday night on the arrival of the-train; and when it was announced that the cases were with drawn a general feeling of satisfaction was observable in every feature, and a truly jubilant spirit prevailed. After the threats of proceeding to the" utmost rigor," the Gretonian Joves uplifted thunderbolt has turned out a more " brutum fullmem." A great many hard things has been said respecting this man's actions in this serio.comio drama, and.certainly no.langungo can bo too severe, whelnusedn an imadverting upon the conduct of any ma...

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To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

n'o thed .ditor gf Icrrt sdod Advocate. Sm,--The doso that I administered-to Mr. James Ri chardso n, aosd a few of his colldaOguc a at a public meeting livid on last Thursday night, must have operated very c'quickly upon him, for I lind iu your issue of last Monday there appears a long letter bearing his siguia ture, intended, I supposo, to be a refutatinji of what I said at that meeting. "How far lib hlas succeeded in doing so, I slall leave a dis cvrning public to judgo; blt if lie initended that letter to abuse me ptorsonaly, I must say he has done it pretty well. It is a pity fsr the cause he is advocating that he lot his teemper get the better of lis judgment, for:I belieso, if he lad not been in such a hurry rashing into print, lie might hlave been able to produeo a little more argenuest. and less abuse. lut there is a certain clsss of-personi whose kuowledgo is so limited, and whoso ideas are so contraCted, that it is impossible for tleiii to discuss a public question without...

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To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

To the Jdior of lIcrald and Advocate. Smo--In conseqoonce of tile moo, tile meeting of tho. inhabitants of this rising township woo pootrponod till Monday, thle 16th instant. when the important qonstion of iocorpora. tionof tho town will be rally diocussed. No qnestion of greeter importanco- can engago the attention of the people. Bad rondo, no ronds, &C., ito., nre qeoestions of great import. onco. In consoeqnuenco of all tloannd hero being freehoold, the Government will do no. tlning niti we combine and help ourselves. Union is said" to be strengtlh, so that by com mined oefort we salal be able to mend our ways, whioh, foirooth, much need mending. Tine queotion of joining the Iamnilton fiIunici pality in. bohog disncssed in privato oirelon. Something may be said an both oides of this question. Give u0 your opinion, MIr. Editor, and so help to olear tho way. 1.? Yonr trstly, . ,.J. JACKSON, Sea. for Committee. Adnmetown, May 11, 1870.

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PROPOSED DIVISION OF THE BOROUGH OF WALLSEND. To the Editor Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

PROPOSED DIVISION OF TJHE BOROUGH OF WALLSEND. To the Editor Herald and Advocate. Ssn.--Having taken part in a ufeetioeg hold by the inhabitants of Plattsolirg, oi tihe above question, I steon to h?vo possesseod a faculty claimed byone of your Cmlbrian correspon. dents soseo short time back, viz., "Not being able to open my ?uontlh witl\sapt putting my fobet~into it." YQdj uorrespondent states..Ir. rB~Ddon asked a question about the propgietory of 'the disputed block known as Ntlson's block, anid was replieod to by Ir. Alnwick; that the slpmo was- Nelson.street, not Neilson. street, Ac. lif. Fletcher, in -answer to my qisestion of "WTas tho inlabitants of this 'block' favourablo to a division 1" stated that toey were equally divided. Tlat, Sir, was my question, and the answer I reeived. After hearing some very condemnatory assoer tioes absot the present Mrayor, that does not appear in your report, although tle names of the parties were given by the speaker ; and, considering as I do...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, Oil THE SHADOW AT RIVERI HALL, D lI M1s J. I. ItiDsas.LL. AU' aon oF A LIFrB' AssIz , Gfoen- GEIut, &c. CuAPTER XI (CONTINUED). Having arrived a:. this conclusion, I went to bed, for I had caught a bad cold, and was aching Iromn head to foot, and had been sleeping ill, and hoped to seouro a good night's rest. I slept. it is true, and as for rest, 1 might as well, or better, have been awake, I fell from one dream into another; found myself wandering through impossible places; started in an agony of fear, and then dozed again, only to plunge into some deeper quag mire of trouble; and through all there was a vague feeling I was pursuing a person who eluded all my efforts to hnd him; playing a terrible game of hide and seek with a man who always slipped from my touch, panting up mountains and running down declivities after one who had better wind and faster legs than I; peering out into the darkness, to eatch sight of a vague figure standing somewhere in the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

w, WANTEDS. -E t'{IIN| litty wnanttod. ..aaaraoatI oaatjv, Bo rea kllonra |o3ll wo'l. 51L KINGSi'ON, OI'lY I[OUSE. V[TANTED, iIOYS o SEIL PrAlI'lS. Ap 1' py to this ()licle. , W ANI;D, T'\V() 'I'hIllNOVF;II to thle Ju?ll I'tINTING IIU?ININSR . Apply to tha Ollica of thin Pipor. IVdrANTED ". a Colliery Mniaoger, a ' S[ U.?.TIuN. Sevenyers' exerienoe iu tIbe tlmo andl C'uoa ial c'oll:eriee, anld has igood knea edge ofSorreying, &c. Good references. Address--" Ztro:! P'ost, Ofliee, ANo 'eagtle.- 5La 7 ,'? ANTE3D O FUirst~clas D S tall Goods o .rIoeCit. Apply to lIo. SllOraSaIIU, 03akcr, all9-0ld. 90:I r?O AKERS. -- WANhTIE D a First-class "?08 BKEat. Apl?'to o0 W. SIIOE~SM[TII, Lambt,on. tlMVNTEi).-°ro Ren~t it IIUS .', some° uheru inl tie Cit~y. Apply nt tleu :)ffie of thlis Paper. "?']['rATBI).--By ?hu'riiu Cou[l'l, withl l~o Y? Fmily, T\O FUIItNISIII?D HIOMS, nl or close to C'ity. Aply\l B.C.L., ]le,~rlrd }iliee, 496 TENDERS rpENDEHS will he ieeiverd up to Mnav Ito _ 13th fb...

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CHURCH DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

Csnunn DIscIPrLINO.-Captain Malnlt, in spoaking at Stoko las'weook of Church work in tho army, told a story whic hbs ecrapeeri pblication. A rooruit, on boing asked by his commandingoflicer what religion ho professed, in order that hIa might go to his proper place of worohip? , oid,' Ploaso, sir, I lvo not mode oip my mind i' He p'robably thought he woluld got o?I tho Church parade, but tleo offoer wos oqual to tho ocoasiols. Turning to tho sor goant of his company ho sild, Sorgeant, here os imnan who has not mado up hiis mind ao to nhat roligion ho is. Wa will givo him every opportuoity. Lot him bo marched to tho Iomaniat servioo at 7.45; to tho Church of England parado at 5.15; and to tho Prosby. tarian service at 11, until.iurthor ord?ers.' Tile man soon made up his uiis.? tlmt lio was a devout Clurohman, probably (said Captain 5Ialha, becnauso the servico was thu sahortost 000, STAITLINO FINANCIAL STATEMENT.- TIO Tribune's Washington speocil says the Secro tairy of the Treasury ...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

1',OWOASTLE PoLIo" OOURT.-Ab tho Newcastlo Police Court, on Thursday, before -J. Hanncll, Esq., J.P., two pnrties wore dealt with for drunkenecoss John Crone, ehargod -.with \yil(ul disobedience of lawful colnsoands on board tho American barquo Aunio Liwis, ht ldsyhastlo, oh the 1ith iust,, was ordored to bo imprisolled dor fourtoen days, or to bo sollt on hoard tho essoel when requirer, by the Coptaji. . .BLANKcrTS AND bUI Ts 011 ' TH ADlo niorIEs.-In our last ilsno we briefly stated that blankets and suits of olothes'were lying at'thie ourt-houso for distribution among the aborigines. Blankets aro given every year, or ralther apologies for blankets, but Govern ment grants o( aults for our dusky country men are somethingg new. To tile benevolent exertions oi a" gentlenian resident'in tiigl0e ton, Whose name has long beoon enrolled on tlso listo of tlqso who, lhaving tlie. means, do not hositnte to.ase tlhem ifor the promotion o. o'nmfort ind hsapptness among their poorer brethren, ...

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To Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

To Editor of tIw heetcastle Mornio9 lter,'hf a'tl Miners' Adlrocate. Slta--lI your iosno of this looming there is a litter bea'ing tllU oreas de pirose of "Sani tory ltoform," thio perusl of which forcibly re minds me of tile oil yiyng, viz :--"It is difi cult to itleaso oelvryone." "Sanitary" Reform" odmitstl * orgrnt necos sity that eansts in this eity, (Ralolnding as it duoes with noxiollso and. olir'eliVe odors from resspits aust firoln other ooserces) for the onp isreosion of nlisances bnit everyone ]noews thnt thtese nuoisances could not he supprersed effectually provioss to thlo pansing of tho " Nionreo Prevention Act of 1876." IIenro thse ncesrsity for its adoption. Still, inl the fare of this, "Sanitary Itefortm" oays, " It woslis have been better if the prldent coarso .d8'gested by Mderntan Itannell when tihe e. tion for thle eatension of the Act was uttderdis ceosion ill tile Boroghl Cotnncil hod bret adopted, naetly, to ttaleo all prelitninary arlo'gomsents to cnablo til...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

Le~ t It b dlothictly undeeetoielthot no do no dotfycnwloelvior~ withr the ot~inlono eopmeodEc by our uomsrftnloouta. MI loorniouleutiioiownrot -n~ lIthe onowon out uddbbacu ofI thu oritoen uthlo~l~ld, outoilr~ro.i fur ~Ilhllhelfiool Illot ~e~ p~uui~uolue ofr gIol foith. ~'it ihiult holfevU lo Olauooifl leltlelo whreo (lhcy ul~luorr toI other I~pnlo. Iowc rolluuiuuluthl,uo will not

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Proposed Testimonial to Mr. C. Harper. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

Proposed -Testi'etsonnia to -iotP. If:accordaueo with ian adveli tleincnt,- a meeting of tile friends of-Mr. Charlesa H[arper, was hold at' Stikers' dotel, on Wdolnesday evenitig lst. T[hero were upwards of forty p~ersons .1ereseit, Dr. J. J. Hill in tlio dialr. Tihe Cicainwixw in his openitlg rimcark.a said hoveiwas iiot -one of the persons who Iad taken the initiative in calliiig the present mleeting togtller, miud therefore, could iiot say whlithlcr any reouilutions hlid been proposid to be seuliitted to the ineeting. Ho had attended out of respect for" Mr. Harper, who hlad in lilas dpiaian been thre moat energetic public man tlat this district ever- psasasced.. The object of tim nietiig wrs ia laudablo hoe, and lie would be vihiy ihaPly to do iaiiytling in lila poower to iassist tie inciting ini aidoptiag, the beat iliiucs of shlowiiig tllhei reasl,et and estecin for Mir'. H1airIpr. )fr. SnoessrrIIT said that as Ills nacie wias sigiical to- tlh advertiseuint,-..,it devolved npoi...

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HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

-, HAMILTON. The Hamilton R 0. Coetifiod Donb. minational School, noar tho laitland and HamiltoniRoad junction, will be opened' on Monday next, the hood teachr being Mr. W: Larlhin. The building hos cost £1700, in eluding the prico o( the land, and io in ovory respect a crcdit tothe diotrict. At tho time the sochool Woo cortifled there, were 14q children in attendance, The opirit gnd enter priseo which hlave attended tho erection of this school offords a salutary lcsson to those who are continually prcacleing about oeuoating tho young, but got no rtlhcr, "

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