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

-: jIuilgratlton, (Fron our Sydney Correspondent.) i;rLAN Immigration has again been brought before the notice of the public ly a meeting heold at the rooms of the New South Wales Agricuhlural Society on Tuesday afternoon, when it was decided " tlat the best mode of tring ing the matter to a practiral issue was to appoint a working committee, and ultiomately to organisa a deputation to the Government, with the view to ascer tain their disposition to assist in the nlovlinent." II accordance with this decision a committee was appoitted to take all the necessary measures, and in a short time we shall no doubt hear the views of the Government upon the onatter, connected as it will bo with the provisions of the Agreements Validat ing Bill. A scheme such as this one for inducing a large number of people to leave their native country for a land eo many thousands of miles away as Australia is from Italy, is not likely to he immediately successful, but if a few of the Italians can be induced...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Cricket Match. VICTORIA THEATRE v. HALF-HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

•Cricket MHatclh, VIC'TOIRIA THEATRE v. HALF HOLIDAIY ASSOCIATION. T£ss matcll camne Off yesterday on the' Club ground. Tue Victoria Theatre were captainel d~r b \r. B. N.' Joncs, and the Half-holiday Ansociation by Mir.: Claresico Haullnc. The Association won the toss, and senit tlieir opponients to" defehd the .thnbers, to the bowlilng df Mr. T. Robin son anid Mr. W, ltonso. Thespian .wickatq. fell very rajiduly iit tliostart iintil ii itaii4 was made -by M'eotsi' Sb Suth and Elll6tt, ably seconded by a nois-professional gentlomnaii till at length tht last mnua out, - when the score stood oll. iutfor 53. No time being loot,. tllQ liepimiona tfok thlu fidli, Mr., Elliott cud Mr. Dobsoh bowling. - We iust'COtiii~lpiiii3it the lqt~ted genth'mnan on lris s4lodid boiwlin4g,'fur4 after a welyl-lplityed iiiiugs, tile Thqepianb lowered tlh last timber of the Association for a total .of 31d leaving -thg Vietorimi Theatre .masters of the field with 22 to - the good. 'We may mention that the...

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The Licensed Victuallers' Association of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 May 1876

t'he Licensed Victuall!ers' Asso ciation of .New South Wales. TriE quarterly meeting of the Licenscd, Victuallers' Association of New South Wales was helil at the VWhitae Ilorsa Hotel, George street. ont Tuesday eveoning. Mr. J. B. Ollitfl', rcsident, nccupied tile chair, and theoe was a fair atendanoe of members. Tboe chairmn, ii otpening the proceedings, said he was glad to be again able to say that the association was still progressing. The report submitted showed that the past three months had been a time of progress and in this respect it did nothing more thanl follow in the wake of most of those which had preceded it. There was every reason to bolieve that such pro rcess would.continue, and that, in the course of a short timd, the association would bp,. in strength and influence, greater than any similar association in the colonies, and quite on an equal with any other society. Ho thought he ti-,ht mention particularly the psition of the Ienevoloent Fund of tlhe associa tion ;...

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

C Newsplaper IPress in 1687(. 0 the "Newosjnper Press Direo for 1676, which has just been is we learn that there are now pub in the United Kingdom 1,642 distributed as followst? . o0, 320; Province, 056; total in ad, 1,276. Wales 07: Scotland, Ireland, 139; Isles, 19. - On flee to the first edition of this use ireetory (1846), we find in that here were published in the United e 5m L55journals, and of these only en were issued daily. The msga now in course of publication, in g the quarterly reviews, number which 238 are of a decidedly glus eharaboter, rrpresentinmg the of England, W'reloyane, Mretho t Baptists. Indrpcdcnts, Ilomnn kiics, atnod other-Christian Corn 'O hhs ho he, received freom Coiro to l'?ivtg er:e-"cTwo : s plcendid Sl ivoxcs, ;lscrtio,,s hove jout beeui discovered ot mI o eurther excavations ere being pro subit,

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

DEATH.   ON the 11th instant, at the residence of Mrs. Hill, White Horse Hotel, Darby-street, Newcastle, JEANNIE BEATRICE, the beloved daughter of   Henry and Eliza Clement, of Wallangra, Mac- intyre River, New England, — aged 18 months and 14 days.   The Newcastle Morning Herald AND MINERS' ADVOCATE.   FRIDAY, MAY 12TH, 1876.  

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

FUNERAL. FUNERAL.           The Friends of Mr. HENRY CLEMENT are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his Deceased Daughter Jeannie Beatrice, to move from the residence of his sister-in-law,   Mrs Hill, White Horse Hotel, Darby- street, THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. ARCHIBALD HAY. 536 Undertaker.   FUNERAL.           THE Friends of Mr. WILLIAM HESCOTT are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased   wife, to move from his residence, Pitt- street, THIS AFTERNOON, at 4   o'clock. WILLIAM DART, 530 Undertaker.

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

?}lYUI'O'C? C!iSl'.: Tue prooeediung in tee ..VUxt6u CUourt in Melbourne on Tuesday, Mtfey 2, were singularly interO.ting in whetting the public appetite for antloipnted diaclo sores. In tile first case, Dr. Fishtei', a wcll-bnoewn speculative medical man. sontghtt that frett.lote which the COurt ttlotne can give, froen. his |tnon with a lady about ilsumm there was much sanudal,,us gossip lust year. St~ecific accusations of edu!tery ere lerelled agilnst hur. one of' them being a charge o eunduly ftvouri?lg a body servant in the Doctor's etoloy, but the case was tas yet in too incomplete a stage to make it the subject of judioial invostigarion, and was consequently put forward to the next sittings of thu Court: T? tha serond case the tables were turned upon the doctor in a petition by the wife 0l Dr. Myers-who, it will be romer.d;? had sotee difficulty in satisfying the' antthorities as to the valoie and genuine ness of Itis diplomna from a Mlex.oet University-f, r desertion. The res...

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An English Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

An Elnglishl Scandlal. TI1ESP ?n2 cvc;.,e i jipcospectht ta the Princoof VWales will in a few weeks be once more in the Inidtat of Iis remark ably happy domousti -'cirle. It would be well if as Inueh could be said for all who accompanied him. One of them is, on the contrarydoeatind to find that his wile has taken odvantage of his absence, to forgot her marriage vows, and to as. sist iln creanting the greatest scandal of its kind whilchi has tiucerred in English society since the revelations as to Lady Mordaunt. Five years ago there wcrn celebrated in Westminstoer Abbey, at thb sano time, the marriages of two beautiful sisters, the youngest daughters of the Duke of Aberoorn, Lady Alberta 1lanilton, the Prince Consort's god daughter, became the wife of the Mar. quis of Blandford, the Lady Mantle, Marchioness of Lansdowno. - Nothing was wantisig to give cclat to thiose nuptials, wich had a strong aroia of histo is . interest about them. Tho brides were of a princely house, renowned to ...

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The Seymour Bank Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

The Seymour IBank Robbery. FURTnEa particulars concerning th daring robbery at tile Sank of Victoria, at Seymour, are given by the Seymour Express of April 20, which states that on the Friday morning Mr. Merson, the manager, had occasion to leave the bank leaving the cleric, Daniol Hayes, in charge. About 1 o'clock Hayes, while engaged posting up neocounts, heard some person oeinse in andgwalk round to the back of the counter, but thinking it was Mr. lMerson,did not take any notice. To his astonishment, however, he heard.a strange voice at his. side say' "fRessit and you are a dead man," and turning round found, instead of Mr. Merseo, a strangeosuan with a revolver pointed at his .head. The man then walking backwnrds made rHayes follow him into a bedroom which adjoins the bank, and bound himn with. whipcord to thie bedpost, and also tied a htick, which he had prepared beforehalsnd, in his mouth. IHe theon went to the till, and pocketed all the notes, gold, and silver it contained, a...

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An Extraordinary Diamond Robbery. ROMANTIC INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

A. ,n xtrtaordinary lDiamondl Robbery. - ROMAINTIC INCIDENT. I I Marc~, 1850, there arrived at Onn stantinople, hy ihlhei" strian Lloydl's steamer "Vorwarts," a "noblemana. styling himself Count Stefianoi Perragi He took a suite of rooms at Mesirio's fashionable hotel in Pera; and, by his lavish style of living,; soon became the contra of attraction. He said that lhe was a Colonel of the Austrian Imperial Guards, nod a inember of the Diet. He had come to Turkey on private Government affairs, and was furnished with numerous introductions to the different foreign ambassadors and mcer chant princes. A month after his arrival, he headed a subscription list with the suin of five thousand plastrees, in aid of Madame Sophio Cartcnagg, tlhe widowof the late Monsieur Cartenagg, formerly banker of Berlin, who, by the sudden death of her husband, found herself in a strange land, wvith her throoe young children, destitute of all support" In some such manner ran the heading of the sub. scription...

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The Cost of Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

The Cost of Advertising. TL'E following extract from tile " Ameri can Newspaper Reporter," will be 'of interest to many of our readers, espeoi ally those who are proprietors of news papers, who will be enabled to compare the prices which they charge for adver tisoements with those which their fortu nate brethren in the United States seem able to command. For the sake of con renienca we have reduced thie sums from American into English ourrency, at the rate of four shillings to the dollar: "The number of large cities in the United States having a powerful and thoroughly organised press would natu rally give rise to the supposition that advertising was cheaper here than in England, where the very large papers are few in number. But suchis not the ease. " IHarpor's Weekly," for example, considered an important medium for ' secattered' advertising, receives from Os. to 10s. per line, and "Frank Lcslie's Illustrated Newspaper" from 4s. to Os. The New York " Weekly Tribune" re ceives from...

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TIGHE'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

TIGIIE'S HIILL. ITaPnRovEmETS.- The township, of Tighe's Hill appears to obe in no way behind hand in general advaneoment of tihe distriot,. and judging from the nmunber of now build. ings lately orected, and now in couroo of comr. pletion, promises st no very distant date to become one of our most important suburban townships. It is situated at abdut thlree miles from Newcastle, and a capital metalled' road connects it with the city. PoULIC Scnnoors.--lJne of the most important requirements of tlts townshlip is thle establishlment of a public school, to moo the demands upon education by the largsp mumber of intelligent children growing up in tile neighbourhood. At present Mics ]obson, a certifcated teacher, cou. duets an educational establishment pri vately, at wlllich we found upon visiting Tigho's Hill, no less than sixty scholars--ll well dressed, and respectable-looking ehilldren. Upon the roll, however, there are eighty names, and we understand that the avoerage attondance is ...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, on THE SHADOW AT RIVERFHALL BT Mae. J. H. HRIDDELL, AUTOB or A Lire's ASSlZE, GEOROE GrITa, AC. CHAPTER XI (COOTINUED.) IT wqs of no use for me to express any further opinion upon tihe matter. Ifelt if I talked for a thousand years I should still fail to convince my listener there was anything supernatural in the ap pearances beheld at River Hall. It is so easy to pooh-pooh another man's tale; it is pleasant to explain every phdnomenon that the speaker has never witnessed; it is so hald to credit that anything absolutely unaccountabls on natural grounds has been witnessed by your dearest friend, that, knowing my only chance of keeping my temper and preventing Munro gaining a victory over me was to maintain a discreet silence, I let him talk on and strive to account for the appearances I had wit nessed in his own way. " Your nequaintanco o1 the halting gait and high shoulder may or might have some hand in the affair," he finished. My own opilnion is he has not. The...

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WICKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

* WI4KIIIlAM. IOSPnovE SEBTs .-No part of Now castle lhas adnvanced so much during the last twelve months as the suburb of Wickloluu, and the class of buildings erected are of I very substantial and neat chamncter. We notice that the parties interested in the land near tle Cottage Bridge are autively engaged filling in the water cuttings with a view to reclaim tihe land, and in soluo instances tihe holes have been filled up level with the road. Mlr. Croploy, contmetor for JMr. Croker, isbuilding a stono .wall to nm puisllel with and along the face of the creek, to kccep the tide from wtishing away the soil agailn. The land thus reclaimed will be very valuable. Messrs. Iutbbard and Lott have ahlrady filled in one of their allotments, and have men actively engaged in finishing the adjoining one. STEA?t SAw MuLL.-Mr. W. Hender son's new steam saw-mill ~ill, when working, groeatly enliven the locality in which it is situated, and will afford employmnent for a number of men. Mr. HIendetr...

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Gun-shot Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

Gun.shot Accident. A DREADFUL accident happened at Ingleowood on Monday to Robert Irving, a lad about 18 years of ago, while out shooting. He, in company with another Ild named Heck, went out from Irving's farm at Kurnlng into the scrub, for the purpose of having a shot at some kangaroos, each lad carrying a loaded gun. After they had gone a considerable distance, Irving (says the Bendigo Advertiser) requested Hlock to ohange the position of his weapon, it being carried dangerously as regarded himself. In obedience to this Heek,in bringing the gun round, pointed the muzzle at his companion, and at that inctant it by some, at present unne countable means, went oft, the charge, which consisted of mixed shot, some being of tihe size known as awnn, lodging right fair in the middle of the thigh, about four inches below the croin, inflicting a most horrible wound, Irving immediately said, " I'm shot," but uttered no other cry and fell; but with wonderful presence of mind got up again and ...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

WALLSEND. THnE PuLic HEAL'TrlH.-FOVoer, whihll appecrt to have a strong liking for srme parts oftins district, is very pnrevaientt here just niow, and our medical attoendants ar boing kept hard at work.: Tllhe sultry weather of the past week has been veryfavourable to the spread of fever, and until we have a change we many expect to have thle dciceaso in oar midst. MosQUITOEs.-Since the into rains a fresh breed of these pests have spnng up, and not donly in the bush, but in the open country, their vormcity is a fruitful source of annoyance. MIosquitoos iI May, young and vigorous as thie present race are, is somethiing nusuacl, and should there ha an absence of cold nights, we may be subject to their bloold thirstiness for several weeks yet. - RoncERV.--Some'of the petty thieves who are just now prowling about thie township paid Mr. P. WV. Young's slaughltering estab lislhment a visit the otlher eovening, and took away about half a cask of tallow. Perhapcs thie thieves will next pay ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

ReNDER TH IIrO SYSTEM DlIESE rnoor.--Vo earnestly recommend tihe inr habitants of nmalarious localitics, personal whose occupations are mhcalthy and subiject them to exposure in the open oir, emigreanta to HcCetions of coontry recently cleared of timbor, travollers, and persons of fceblo con stitution; to protect themselves aocg.itrt tIh rhurtfuol.offects of sudden climatic chIanges nir-poison, tainted or bhnrckishl watler, tndt intenso hIbat or cold, by a courbe of Unroir:eo WOLFE's SomeIIeIIrn Aon.rmIC SCIuxArPS. Surintnro ol' ALl, ILLY or IFE.-l'? I d 0loli Snow," said I3 ruoig ilndy, imedlita ivtly, as se glinced at an elegntly-dressed rivd, wheo wrra aniling'out of church one S undav morninr ith all thie airs of ai empress, "I don't klt w, It?t it ceens' to rne" that overy time cheo gets ia newv stafln' for lcr blltoe; lshot oter acts as if sorrcr could' .t Ihurt hr;." A VWestern paper gives thie following :--lI a Govornment thlief is scratchced out of hii hslu in those-times, ...

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

CITY & DISTRICT. NEW?ASTLE. NEWOABTLE POLace CounT. - The only charges on the sheet were against three persons for drunkenness, Mr. I1anuell, J.P. dealt with the prisoners. T'lEo-?yeNT YE I3OOKSELLINO.- e ferring to our advertising columns our reoadors will observe that Mr. Hutchison, late of Britol and Edinbiurgh, the original time payment bookseller, has commenced busineso n this city, andno doubt many of our colliers who may hlave'loast a limb, 'or be otherwiso incapacitated from following moro ardaous employment, will find a moLns of obtaining a respectable livelihood by applying to this gentleman. OROKeT.--WVe are requested by Mr. B. N. Jones, captain of the Victoria Theatro team, .to state that throughi prior arrmaigo nent withl the members of the Fourth Estate team, who play against the Stage to-day, he is compelled to postpone the match with the Iron Clad team to next Saturday. And that in conoasequence of the great demand for their services in the cricket-tield, the...

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POETRY. THE MITHERLESS BAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

POETRY. THE MIITIUIrIESS BAIRN. WtIISt a' ithcr bairni? lire hOthl'd to their hamo By tunmt, or coiuin. or frecky irand dame, ,ha stands last and lanely, .n' *iiaelboT carin' 1 'Tia the pair ldoited loonie-the ldtherless bainrl I The mitherlcra bairnm fno to hbi lane bed, 'ane corers his eauld btck, or hapa his bare head Uii wee narkit herie are hardl a.I the aimn, An' litheleea the lair o' the mitherlesa Ibairu. .Ancath his naull brow sican drams hover there, O' handa that weont kindly to kame his dark hanir; Blt moroin' briogs clutohee, a' renklese an' tenm, That loae nae the locka o' the mltherlesa bairn 1 Yon sister that sang o'cr his eaftly-reked bed 'ow rests in the noolon wher her mamion laid; The father toilsa nair their woee bannock to ern, An' kens no the wrango o' his tithorlesa bam. Her spirit that passed in yon hour o' his bttlh still vatches hbn weariromo weadcringa on earth, Iteording in heaven the blessings the" eam Whla couthilio deal wi' the mithcrleM aim Oh I spea...

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

NOTES AND EVEN.TS (nioxI oum sungar coInrroNUPENTC.) 'i' only ~elsiness of importinice in the Assombly to-night was the .further con sidoration of the Estinmtes, o ith which soie sliet' phogress 3'a5s mildo. THAT loud-voiced little-minded individual who represents the floe selectors of the Uipper Hunter exhibited some of his worst characteristics last night, and bel lowed his blackgsardism in the ears of the HIouse for hours, to the dis?gst of every right-minded person who was compelled .to listen to him. He appears to be a manl .with thiecoirsjiefl'irtterysf b'ri ~ illy who listens to every tale that is told himi outside the House, ind mnoves or supports motions of adjournrment--toretail the ,tatenments imade tolhimi, whletherthey he trud or. fils'o. -Ho has ino lseise of the cruel nature of someof-lis-proceediigs, hle is utterly regirdless of the waste of time hle causes, or of thei contemptl hel brings upon the Legislative Assembly. It is a pity that nmemobers of Parliamenet cann...

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