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

WANTEDS. YANTED, a Good HOUSEMAID, to assist waiting at table. Apply, at once, Mrs. A. WATT, Criterion Hotel. 867 W ANTED, a Goad General SERVANT Lmt.Apply Mrs. HILL, The Surgery, Lembt?p. " WITANTED, a good General Servanot. Apply S at the GREAT liIUTAIN.HOIEL, corner of Soott cod Market-sts., Newcastlo- 502 TIXTANTED, Competent Canvassers for Time Y PaymeoBSooks. Good Commission. Apply from 10 to 2. A. HUTCHISON, The Original Time-pa~Jment Bookseller, Oand.drift, Darby-street, 539 Lake Road, Newcastle. iW IANTED, a YOUNG MIAN, aceustomed to the Btlhertoieg Bsolnoe. Apply to Mrs. PRA'IrEN, \VWallseud. 538 W?TANTD--FIFTY (50) COAL MIINERS V ALNWICK COLLIERY, WOOD. FORD,. 52 W AN'I'TED a FiBrst-class Small Goode 3BAAKER. Apply to GEO. SOoQMITrY, Baker, Wallseud. 0593 TO IA?KERS. - WANTED a Firlt-elass BAKER. Apply to t08 W. SHOESMITH, Lambton. TENDERS T ENDERS \VANTKD.D-eonders will bt Sreceived by the Unrlderignodl, upto Jlone 2nd, for tha Election of a Two-storey Brick Buoilding, i...

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

NEWCASTLE PROTESTANT HALL. T?UE near approacll of tile day upon which this Hall will be officially thrown open to tlhe public, inclines us to believe that a short description of the building will not be unacceptable to tile majority of our readers. The building is talmost com pleted, and certainly has a very sub stantial, and withal elegant, appearande. The architectural design, which was drawn up by MIr. J. Cropley, is certainly a most creditable piece of work, and speaks highly of the ability of that gentleman in Iis profession. Before proceeding to speak of the general appearance of the building, we will tirst inform our readers of its dimensions. The frontage of thle main building is 31 feet, with a total depth of 88 feet. There are ltwo storeys, the lower, or ground floor being 23 feeoot inchies by 72 feet, inside measuresment. This will be tlhe umain hall, where concerts, balls, and othsr entertainments will take place. At the southern end of the building is a stage 14 feet de...

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

Hoe,.owAv' OINsTNit' AND PuIIS.-M,[Icelh watohfulness mnast he xercised ot the present time, and the earliest evidences of ill.health must be inmmnediately elocl;ed, or a slight illness may result in a soerious malady. lRelaxed and soro threat, diphthera, quinsoey, coughs, ohronio cough, bronchitis, and most other pulmoniry affections will be relioevd by rabbing this cooling Ointment into the oki asn near as praieeanble to the seant of miscehieo This treatme.t, so simple and effective, in admlirably adapted for the removal .~cf these diseasesa during infancy and youthl. Olt nathrmatic invalidsa will dlerivoe mnrollois reol:o froo the useo of llollowoo's reomedlies, which have brougnt rountd many asuch sailbrers, onwl re-eatablialoshed health alter every other imealns had signally failed ... 42 Ex.ilorations of the Great Sahar:a contin o to be made. Largeani, tlie intri, iil 'renelCh travrel ler, has recently concluded his pireprtions for a second journiiy ncros tho geit desert. lto ...

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

Wallsendl IBorolgit Council. TuI usual meeting of this Council was hold on Thursday evening Present The Mayor, Aldermen Barnes, Harris, Ross, Abel, Gardiner, Richardson, and Flotcher. MINUTES. The minutes of last meeting were rend; and on the motion of Alderman Abel, seconded by Alderman Barnes, were confirmed. CORRESPOnDENOE. Letters read from the chairman of the Newcastle Water Supply Committee in reference to the best time of holding a conference of the local Councils on the question .of a general water supply. Referred to the Improvement Oommittee. Letter from the manager of the trus tees of the Savings' Bank, Sydney, de olining to advance the auum of £3000 to the Municipality, on the security offered. Several outgoing letters were also read. 'MAYOR'S MINUTES. The following minutes weren then received:-'!.'he rate notices are..~o. ll ready, and 1 would advise tenders being accepted for their delivery, to eommence on Monday; as to. do:this, will leave ample time for a -friendly &...

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

LEGISLATIVE ASSEIlBLY. In the Legislative Assembly, Msinisters stated, in answer, to ques tions, that a memorandum prepared by the' acting medical advisers of the Government . had been distributed thro0ughout the colony, with the view of averting or reducing the virulence of any serious outbreak of scarlet fever or other epidemi; disease. Tile Colonial Scretaelry laid a copy of this memoran duan on the table of the House. Answers were also given to questions respecting the missing ship Strathnaver; the case of Joseph Recad, who selected at Tamworth, in July, 1873, and other matters. Various returns were laid on the table by Ministaers, and ordered to be printed. Mr. STuART laid upon the table a copy of the Amended Banking Agree ment, as accepted by the Bank of New South Wales. Thes document was ordered to be printed. Mr. WiSDOs presented a petition from theoMuoieipal Council of Morpeth, com plaining of having received endowment for fourteen and a half years only instead of for fifte...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

PARLIAMENTARY (Fano S. I. IInRALD.) LEGISLATLYE COUNCIL. WVEDNESDAY, ?aL 10. IN the Legislative Council yesterday, The PRESIDENvT announced the re ceipt of a letter from the Private Secre tory of the Governor, notifying that his Excellenoy hld received firom Sir Win. Manning a letter commnnienting tihe resipnation of his seat in the Legislative Council, and it was stated that the resignation had been accepted. In roply to question MFr. DooKER stated that the reselnt number of public hodises in the police district of Sydney was 053; and the number of licensed victuallers residing in the district vho were fined in the past year for Sunlday trnadin 213. Mr. DOOKEIR moved the second read ing of the Giunpowder and Explosive Substances Law Consolidation Bill, which lhe said was founded upon the report of a commission. The bill was read a second time. Mr. SAtuEL moved the second read ing of the Nowcastle Paving and Public Vehicles' Regulation Bill. The bill was read a second time, and its ...

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

Guilt ;iltd I·citelncc. TUII deniouniient if on extir rrldinary elopoment cuse took place on hboardl tll Allan stuenmar Moravian on T'hursday lust. In the afterinoon tile st(iucer was leaving the Mersoy with a fu'l comnple ment of passenmera for Portland. Just as she got under way a river gig was sern approaching iii nil haste. In the how of the boat was teen an'uged man, w'ho gesticulated franintnlly to those. od loord the steamer to stop. The boat got alongside the steasmer, anid in a short time two of its occllauls-a man about sixty years of age and a young man of twenty-two-claumbered on board the Moravian.- The officors were naturally surprised at seeing the steamer boarded in this fashion, but, noticing that the old man was in trouble, they received him courteously, and listened to his talc, which was to the effect that his wife, a woman of 48, and the mother of growno up children, had eloped with a young man of 22; that ;they were on board the Moravian en route forAmenrica; a...

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To Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

To Editor of the Newcastle Eaorning lHerald and Miners' Advocate.. Seu,-I am not one who delights in public or personal controversy. If I were, the " Sir Oia'rle' tone of my opponent, "Sanao'rldj Reformer," would atlord me a good opport?o. nity of exposing the vanity and self.esteem which pervades his letter of the 12th instant, in reply to mine, lia?lished in the Herald dide Advorat of t'to previous day. That "Sana· tory lteformner's" letter is an oflicial produc tion, I entertain no manner of doubt. It clearly emanates front one who took a leading part in the extension of the "Nuisance Pre vention Act of 1875" to this boroughl, and who loves his bantling. Of this no one com plains, but that it does not answer any ane of thle allegations in my previous communication is pl.rtipbly nd tmnsopilrently sanifest. Doe the writer attcmpt to show that it waold not have been "more prudent" to have nmado "preliminary arrangements," or that the Council lhas "appointed an inspector," or decided...

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Fiji and Samoa. THE NEW NATIVE POLICY.—FRIGHTFUL ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

Fiji and Samoa. THE NEW NATIVE 1'OLICY.-FRIGHT FUL ATIROCITIES, BY way of Auckland we learn that there is no truth in the rumour that the Governors of Fiji and Ceylon were to exchange places, nor has his Excellceoficy Sir Arthur Gordon any intention of relinquishing the government of tihe Group. We are also informed that tlhe policy of the Government with regard to the native tax seems likely to turn out a snouccess. At Kandavu no less than 1800 natives have already commenced clearing and planting land; at Tai Leva 1000 acres have been planted; at Macuala and other places the same activity prevails. No doubt before long large quantities of produce will come to market from tile natives. Kidney cotton is being planted extensively, and this will pay very well. From this source it is anticipated that a great stimulus will be given to the commerce of Fiji. In the Rews district, the natives living on the Vuna territory, Waimanu River, were commanded by Ratu Abe', the Bull of thie province...

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

COR RESPON DENqE. .LeLit be dlietnctly en Iewt~nd tUlt we dd'aee ideetify oineelvee wFi ilbe epiniene entPrend~ by ewr M eePOwbwblf. Ull eeeM bwIIII LleneI~ meelt bevre tbe INII enenee en dd ebbee.Cee tbe. neTiteen etbwlw4l. nt etneeeunr ely eepelbwtenbetne piuceneke ef geetl bethl. We` tenl't betbeve in lalnI~. I~ejeIael rt tee~;; leutiwn;; will net

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

SA?fOA. THE guns found on board the yacht Peerless when she was seized by the Atlerican consul at Samoa, were handed over to the American consul at Auck land. Toey consist of one Dahlgreen 12-pounder, with shell, and a considera ble collection of small arms. '[he Gat ling gun and tile Parrot gun which Steinberger had fixed at his fortified place at Apia were spilked by order of the captain of the Barracouta, and remain there useless. It is stated that the United States man-of-war Kearsnge is engaged to search for and approehend Steinbherger, as having attompted, by act of piracy and usurpation, and by false representations, to dishonour the Amori can flag.-E. ,News.

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Fatal Accident at Burwood. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

Fatal Accident at Burwood. CORONER'S INQUEST. An itquebt was besel yesterday afternoon, be fore 5. J, Shaw, Esq., ntd a jury of twelve, at tile dwelling of Dennis Cronan, Burwood, on the body of Jacob Ottis, who come to lhis death in consequenuco of injuries roceived from a IUlling tree. The following eviddnce was heard: Stephen Slong stated that he was a bush laboorer, and rssided at Burwoedo deceased aid he wore nmates, working for Mr. Moure. wether, on the previous day at about one o'clock, deceasgd and witness wore felling a tree with a cross-cut esaw, anl whlile so employod, the tree suddenly fell down; wit ness was knocked down by the falling tree asd atuned; on coming to remarkedt upon his mIato (the dooclseld) leaving hilm. When witness came thlorouhlly to his senses, he found thel deceased lying on the gosnd,, quite speechlelss; witness then put his hand oes dccisedt's shirt sunder hIis head; he tlhen went as fast as he could for two mlen nmed JTeskis aend Single; ose the a...

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

BUILDING SOCIETY NEWlt.VTCL'·l IIIIMA NIS.NT I " VIl'I' MENI' AND Ill LlUiNG SOUIIETY. • PIIICTr ,e : W. C. II. C(apper, Itsq., Clhnirmna David Miller, Esq Jolhn llroughtn, Esq Wim. Lahl lgj. 1 Flel Ash, REq. .W. K. .oehheald, . q. - Tile D.reelors of the ob've ceity are prepalinred to'receive Deposits at the fallwing ates, viz. :a At Call ..... 5 per cent. For ix Mlontlhs ..G b per cent. I or T.velvue Mnthl per cont. Sum of £15 antd upwards can be paid in a the Oice of'tlle tociety, King-street, New castle. A DAVISON, 1515 Secretary. AMBTON BUILDING AND L INVESTIENT SOCIETY. THE Directors of the above Society desire to ?'naw the attention oft INTENDING PU.I IIIASEIS OF FIIEtItOLD AND LIASK HOLD PROPERTY, or those who are aboutto erect their own homesteads, that THBY ARB DoW PREPARED TO MIIAKE ADVANCES, On Approved Secur·ity, FnROM £50 TO £2000 At Greatly Reduced Premiums; And, heing determined to oFFR-BEY INDsoCeG E.s' to inteeding purelCUers,er SHAVE FURTIIER IEDUCED TIHE E NT RI ...

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To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. Smn.-I noticed that in a leading article in the Newcastle Chronicle of the o'Jth inst., con. siderable praise is awarded to MIr. Hannell, for being tile first to move in tile matter <f providing publie abattoirs for the district ot Newcastle. If this was a fot, or if actually Mr. Hinnoll wished for the establishment of them,aI should not now have said anything on thle subject. DBut as it is part and parcel of Mr. Hannell's tactics to reap where he haIs 5never sown; and as I believe honor should only be given .vwhelre honor is due, I am comr. pollced to malt tile followving statement:-It will be in the recollectien of many of your readers, tllat early in this year, MIr. Richardson opposed thie . liconsing of certain nlaughter-housoes in Wickham, that have beeoon illegally licensed for years, and one of which is owned by Mr. Hannell now. How did the Mayor of iVick hamaet inthis matter. Did he then study the public'good, or his own priva...

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

MEDICAL. R. F. W. REAY, Medical Botanist Of upwards of twenty years' standing, Respectfully infomns the residents of Newcastle Waliseid, and Hunter River District generally that he is practising his profession with that MARKED SUCOEhS Which has made his name so popular on the Gold.Selds and in the Coal-mimiug districts of New South Wales. The supertority of the system of Herbni Treatment over all others is noswakaskeo.leged hy he lead ins membiers ofrthe Medical Faculty all over th world; and the cry is-Our Medicines are "Purely Vegetable " Professor HuxiwT has demonstrated in lil work, "rrotoplasm"' that mineral substances cannot he admilnistred with henefit, and that only after Nature has transmuted them into plants are they good for either Food or Medi. sioe. Enperience taught Herhalists this great troth ong hefore the learned Professor dia - covered it for limself, and nonehave had clearer sad more conclusive evidence of their ellloienoy t?han t FRANCIS WV. REAY. o - in his hain...

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

.NEW LAMBTON. PuenLas ScuooL.-t learn that ar. rangements have so far progressed with the Couucil of Education, that the delay in hanld ing over the site is the only obstacle to a public school being built in Now Lambton. The land was promised some months ago by MIr. A. Brown, jun., but has not yet been handed over, owing probably to the uafortu. nate disagreement between the Messrs. Brown andDlibbs. Ithink if the School Committee, who have stuck so assiduously to the mbve ment from thie firstl, would put forth another effort and consult bothl thie partners of the firm, they would agree to band over this piece of land to the Council, and then a school which is so much needed, could be at once commenced with. If the matter is allowed to fall through now, we may give up thle idea of hIaving a school for some time to' come. BAND oP HoP.? - This institution, wlhich has been such a blessing to Now Lamb-l ton, is still, I am happy to state, in a flourisch ing conditiou. The members will h...

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

LAMtiBTON. M?IclIANICs' Tl.riru?ure.-P.The ilebatl fll. thloullgh at the ltitute on Th?ur'sday evening for thi wlnt of attendocie of momn crs. This is the thirdl timetl, they naly tihre fornas well give up tlm idet of holding any iloro leeutillip , as a continualnce to nllaklo a fJrce of the thing. TIti Co i?oIr.--'The pit has Workted full time this week. IuneuNeIArh awI'itovEruiNT5Ts -I notice that the Coruonrtion labourors are busily engaged formiug that portion of the main road from Hartley's residtouc to the foot of the hill towards North Lambton. t Two of the meon are also uoglged ometlling the western portion of De Vitreostreet.-I also notice that Messrs. Evans iand Dounolly are busy carting stoneo into Pearson-street for the purpose of commencing their contract of kerbing and guttering. " THIE PuolIo IIEALTII.--FOVOr Of a very had type has been rife here for some timne vast. Several adults of both sexes, as well is childrons have Ihald it very severely, and there are at prese...

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

SWAJRATAIr e POLICE COURT -AL the Police Court on Friday morning Thomas Long was brought bu beforo the Police Msgistrate, in custody of Constablo O'bIcara, charged with deserting his wife at New Lambton. Mrs. Long with drew the charge, and the prisoner was re leased by the lBenlch, PORTINGo BANQUET -~ Mr. RI. F. \Watson and his trainer, Mr. D, Dunlop, wNil overnd of their frionds, are expected to be present at the ban?oet.to-night (Saturday). Tie Corr Lr arY,-Tho pit has wolrked threoeand a half days doring this week to !Friday night, and eight and a half days for the fortnigtst.

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

HAMILTON. ADAMSTOWN.-A movement is on feoot here to have the town incorporated, buht hlow this is to be brought about, has not yet been decided upon. Some are in favour of annexation to Hamilton; aend some think that Now Latimbton shduld amalgamate with Adametown, taking in the whole of the collieries and their railways; whilst others again are in favour of hiving a municipality soprrato and distinct. There will be a meeting held on fonday next, to consider and deter mine the' matter. New RoAD.-Tho Hamilton munici pality are at present constructing a branch road from the New Lambton road, in the direction of Adamatown, which will be a great convenience to people living injthat locality. ' Tee CoLLrEnY"-The No. 2 pit' is workinig fulol time, but the new pit has booeen off. twod days during the week.

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

' lerp Ovn.-- ?ewcastle Cricket Clo?b, lotter foum "Traveller," and 0overnl district itoms, Accommodating.-Tutor--" What can you ony of tlohe second law of thought F" Student -?'Nothing can both be and not bo. For oxampmle, the door orer thoro must be either shut or open. I can't be both slht andoppn." 'Tutor-" Give another illuotrotion," Stun dent--?? Well, take tihe c!lase of anotlher door." A new biognplphor of Artemus Ward 3says0 the genial humolurist sually wroto with one loeb over the armi of his chlir. Wlonlhadalways oupposed he wrqto with ' a po1n or a pencil; but to writo witl ono0 leg over thie armnn of a chair i no"t so diticult nas to write with ope arm orver tlhe log of a chair.

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