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

MAITLANID. PEDESTRIANeimse.-Davis Stone, the Amdrican rainner, has offeored to irun R. F. WUitson 150 yards, for£200 a-side. Watson, who is at present on a visit to Scone, has not yet iyven j decided answer to the bhal lengo; his flioedo and backers, however, are anxious that he shbold ccep iF: S?iITI;AN D 'RACES.-iThO horses are all doing ,fasot work now, and b'ttisg is blibhltly lrisk1or. Valetta, who is going well is a firm favorite for the Cup, at 3 and 2 to 1, sid it is.alkost coirtain that he will start at loVol noiohev Stunlight did a good gallop on Thissay n e moriung, and has come into favor it the market-- to 1 being accopted about him. Sir Solbmon, \isq Kingaton, and The Disle ire also fmnied; tl'e ltoer is fq44 recoverilng from his nlate accident on the wharf auf Sydney, and ia expected to come quite fit to the post. Tihe Judge has been scratched for the I.aitland MIile, Prince Charlio for all Isis engagements, and Queen's Ilead, Tocal, Lady ltary filly, and Countess col...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 May 1876

BIRTH. SHAW. — On the 10th instant, at the Terrace, Mrs. W. HOBART SHAW, of a daughter. 562 The Newcastle Morning Herald AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 13TH, 1876.

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

FUNERAL. FUNERAL.           THE Friends of the late JACOB     ORDERS are respectfully invited to   attend his Funeral, to move from the residence of Mr. Dennis Cronin, Bur- wood, THIS (Saturday) AFTER- NOON, at 3 o'clock. ALFRED A. JENKINS,   Undertaker, 561 Blane-street, Newcastle.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

CORRESPON DENC. "r.,t "L:t 21 ?1:"?~'r?? In~llr~tll.l t?iJ n·, t? no idcnti'fy ou' ".-.." "iui "1° ophoil? Crj Key.scd 1'r I f).Y til o ,l~ll|{ l'r 1,?uldreaes of the ?vriter-' nttichlld, not iicnwxirtirly for publiettion, blt; r ut | , uarauntea of anoOd faith. We dou't !,e«lve in, ifertieg lettenl whel they nppear in other inpers nl io. Rejected eomanuiacatians will not '0 returned.]

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GENERAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

GENRoAL PICNIO.- The subconm jnittee appointed by the delegates to carry out all arraugeomnts in connection with tbeo miners' pienio,.to.bo hlel is theo4 A. Conm pany's p nddock on Saturday next,. met in Newcastle on Saturday eoyoeniug Jast, when finalrrangements weore made, Speoial trains will beo run to all tlae miniung townships, duoe notico of which will be given to the public by advertisement. Thi ontranooe for the aports will be receiveo by Mr, WV, T. Dent, Lambton, up to Friday evening. .Theoroe v will also be a prize given for vaulting, In addition to thio oventa noticed in the advertised programmo. Soveral of the gentlemen to whom invitatiohs have boon sent have already signified their intention of being prosent, andi ng doubt if thl weatllor is propitique the picnic of 1870 will bto as sccossful ms that *o q "any"provioues v e a r . - ' i . " ; . ' A Folons FPFATAl. - 'Tho other night a woenan with 1yq clihlreq, one an infant, arrived by coah frst GQuninn.g. .Sho tried one...

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Sporting Banquet at Waratah. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

Sporting il uanqulet t W ratahl ON Saturday evening last agrand banquet was hold in Mr. Tumor's Assembly rooms, Waratah, in celebration of the recent con test between II. F. Watson and F. S. Hiowitt for the championship of Austra lasia. Mr. R. F. Watson being on a visit to Scone did not receive the letter of invi tation, and was therefore not present. Mr. D. Dunlop, Watson's trainer, was present, as wore also other pedestrians of note in thle district. At 7 o'clock about fifty persons esat down to an excellent supper, which was furnished in host Tutrner's very best style. After ample justice had been done to the good things provided, the tables were cleared away atnd the company assembled for the usua toast-drinkinlg aud speechifying business. In the absence of Mr. J..Wood, wlio was in Newcastle on business connected with the Miners' Union, Mr. W. T. Dunt was called upon to preside. MIr. Alderman James occupied the Vice-chair.' After the waiters had stocked the tables. with an Abund...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MAY 12TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

AiflikEt~STR TA (rioga f. 11. t~lkRAtb.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEI? BLY. FRIDAY, MAY 12TH, 1876. [IeeIsTERS stated in answer to qnes lions, that. the railway from Murrurundi to Tamworthl would be completed to Quirindi and open for traffio about tile 2tst of August next; andl that the Alicns Naturalization Act, and tile Marriage with Deceased Wife's Sister Legalizing Act did not require to be proclaimed ill the Government Gazette as her Majesty's assent .to them lhad been announced to the Hluse, but that it would perhaps be desirable to pro claim them for the sake o5 greater pub. licity. Answers were also givenl to questions respecting the erection of a now courtluaso at Gunne'ah; tile anont received on accounit of tile suburban traffic on the railway during the quarter of the years 1I875 and 1870; the quantity of white spirits in bond on the let instant; the damage done to the roof of the Mint by the late rains; Iho alignment of the streets of Yass; the esurvey for Great Western Railway via...

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PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

PATE1RSAN. L)bsTnboT CoanaoxL.-Vary little in. terest wasn taken in tho' election of District Coosncillors tisis ycar, tile poll |for which seas tken sat tho Court. lhouso on Frilay last, for only sixty voters recorded their votes. The result of tho election was tho rotirn'of Mr.: James Ferris and SIr. WVilliam Koppio, !the former obtained 48 votes, and tho latter 26. Tho other'two ?endidates RIesars. James Cann and Stophent Stanbridgo obtained ·13 and 10 respectively. . IE-OVINO DWELLING HOUSES TO N~EWCAsTL:.--Mr. t. L.,Saunders, who lms rocently purchased somoe building land in theo vicinity of Newcastle, is now pulling down his largo dselling house of sixrooms, which he erected in this' town, some six or saved years ago,:' withl 'the intentioe' of rc. moving the materials and orecting them on his land at Newcastle. -[Mr. Saundorn has also. two cottlges hereo. which:ho. also. contemplates removing. to Nowcnstlod. Tii very low rents vwhicli dwellings are lot? it in this town is the...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

(an ELOeTorI TELERAPHU.) SYDNEY. A.RlRIVALS.-May 13. Star of Mersoy, brig, 245 tono, Nicholson, from Lyttelton, 17th ultino. Platypas, stcamer, 200 tons, onge, from the itichmond river, Ilth instant. John Knox, barque, 291 tons, Davis, from Port Cooper, 28th ol jmo. Ansdell, barque, n293 tons, Barnes, from Lyt tloton. Seagull, barque, 423 tons, Gay from Ade laide. Louisa, schooner, 123 tons, Dowling, from Warrno mbool, let intant. Francis, Imrque, 489 tons, Bill, from Port Wakefinld, 27th April. Loch Naul.I, bahrque, 277 tons, Brown, from Warrnamblol. 2nd Intunt. A tine ship, the itlair Iloyln, of the same line as Blair Athol and others, arrived in po, t cn Saturday evening, consigned to Messrs. Dinule, White, & Co. She loft Melbourne on thi Sth instant, anhd has experieond light bhead winds the greater portion of the passage. "Works for tho fifty-f?rst an.u?l e?hibitioin o Natiuonal Academy of Design will be received oat the Academy from Marcl 6 to MIarchl iltlh, in clusive...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

MAITLAND.I C N. .T. CLun RAes.-Thero is every probability of' the above races being a great sccoss. Thie events are all very opon, and the fields largo. The Valotta Colt is still fancied for the Cup. Thie Duke, Sunnysido, and Sir Solomon are at about the same odds. The course is in tist class order. The town has booeen more lively this Iost wook than usual,-in consequeonce.of such a nunibcrof visitors who came to witness the lat "foot! rano still remaining.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

Stockton Agency, M R. ALEX.BIOOVN hs been ArPOINTED AGENT for this joulltd at TOCKTON, brot whom pape can be Orew, au ott1 tor Advertisemcnts or Job Prirltihg hlet, J. -?. S\VEET, Propietor. ,Ierald olod Adrocate Otlctk," 02nd April, 1810. RENEWED NOTICE. A N 'MBER OF COIRRESPONDENTS, tho At old havo?ho enot gh to know belter, peiwest in Ildres~iz? their literar eommunicartion. to the undersigned, mtcnstai of the EDITO~L,.and are tumotiotmorotopriuro ot not seeing their effusiono in print. WYe repet our r00 lroUt that coorospondooco -hould be oddotresl to the "Editor," ond a dvertise ments, &c., to the oflice. J.01. SWEET, Proprietor. nER1AL A.0 AooOCeTo OliOee, 10th April, l076. Ebc Nebncastic £ orninmg Weral1r AD MINERS' ADVOCATE. MONDAY, MIAY 15m3, 1876.

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

WARIATAH. - SIMusIOIPAL.ELECTION. - eLhe rate payers of the Warltah i[unicipalty arc: reminded that to-day (Monday) is the last day on which will boreccived nominations for candidates for the vacant chair.in the Council, caused by tlhe resignation. of tlhe late Maor, C. Inarpor, Esq. The nomination .ill take place on Tuesday weeok.

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Civil Service Criticism. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

Civil Service Criticism, THE Civil Service of this colony appears to be passing not only throgh all ordeal of a finanocial character,but also through one, politically and morally considered. The motion of Mr. Haua TAYLon has already been thle means of drawing attention to this department, and the ebullition of Friday niight in the Assembly will serve still further to concentrate the public eye upon that portion of the Govcrnment machinery. It appears that a Mr. W. BYNES, jun., who is employed in the Civil Service, feeling himself aggrieved by the cowardly attack made upon him by Mr. MlcELnorrs in the House, took the only course open to him and defended himself in the columns.of the SYDNsEY MonsNo IIEnALD. The representative of the Upper Hunter, again'intercepted the business of the country by moving the adjournment of the House for the purpose of calling attention to this letter. The point to which we invite public attention is this: .Have :the Civil servants a right to notify their...

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

LAMIIIION. GEEnEr. Pl,*-sia.--The s nerts Secretary (Mr. J. Wood) Ihs succecded in making arrangements for a special train to run to Lambton on Saturday next, to convoy the minors, their wrives tand families, and the general publice to the pie.nio. It is not yet known at what time the train will start, but notification will be given in duo time by advertisement. D)avnvsncs.-T beg to call .he alteon' tion of our Council to the dangerous state of the bridge across the creek on Grilitllh's Flat, below the White Gates Crossing. The cover: ing in many places lhas becomne rmoved, and the consequenco is that there are several holes large enoughl to receive a horo's foot. There is much trallic on this road, therefore the sooner the bridge is.repaireip the better. MaoEY Oin~n.is.-A Miue husu just been made public whichI shows the amount of trouble, inconvenience, anid expenso which may be ioiedtoL;oiplo remittingnmoney b,.. Vost Offic Order, throughl the bunglhig of negligent ofticeials. Thu...

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HOW TO KEEP A SUBSCRIBER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

How To KEEP A SunSCrltBERn.-&n indignant farmer recently entered the oflice of the Elizabeth News and ordered his paper stopped, because lie differed from the editorill his views regarding the ar.hralriges of sub soiling fence nils. 'The editor, of course, conceded the man's right to stop the paper, bot he remarked colly, turning over his lihst " Do you know Jiem handers down at Iardn scrbbl ?" "' Very well," s:aidl the rman. "We1ll, Ie stopped his-palper last week b· causo I thougiht a flrmer was a blamed fool whoi didn't ktnow thlt timothly was a good thing to graft on hiucklelberry bushes, and he died in four hours." "Lord, ia that sos," saidl the astoni.dhed granger, "L Yes; and you know old George Erickfon, down on Eagle Creek C" '" Well, I've heard of hims." ' roell," said the editor gravely, " he stopped his p1apcr recause I said Ih was the happy father of twins, anid congratulated him on hIu suee.¶ so ilto in life. iHo fell dtead within twenty mninutes. Thlere are lo...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

* WALLSEND. CONSTAU.Es LEONARD AND O'GnADY after a long bush journey in search of the passers of thie spurious bank notes, landed in Newcastle on Friday evening, where, from othor information received, constable O'Grady started off. to Miumi, where he succeeded in arresting the man whom it is supposed natunally passed the £5 note at Mr. Watson's store, Woaratah. From reliable information received, it is beyonl doubt that the person arrested was in company with the forger and utterer when the £5 was passed on Mrs Chery, at Temlba. The man arrested was brought by eonstable O'Grady on Saturday evening, and put into the 'bus and taken to Newcastle. The ease will come before the eourt to-day (Monday), when it is understood that constable Leonard will have Mrs. Cherry in attendance. CoRnnTIroN.-?In my report of the Wallsond Council meeooting the names of Aldermen Richardson and Fletcher are mixed up; by which it appears that Alderman Fletcher iaid the property iniPit-town was leaosehold. ...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

CAVE ADULLAM. Tnos?E of us who may have seen Charles Mathews in some of Iis best impersona tions some twenty years ago-and which of us have nat-and have seei him lately, must have drawn some very unfavourable comnparisons between the hiimitable delineations of the artist of middle age, and thie hollow drivel of the toothless pantaloon of seventy. With a fill consciousness that comparisons are "odorous," I cannot help thinking that the fact of Dr. Lang lecturing on the Illawarra Railway at his time of life, bears a striking resemblance to Charles Mathews lately in " Used up"-there is nothing in it. There is one reimarkable peculiarity in all the arguments used by the advocates of the IllawarlTra Railway. Each advocate either has (or knows somebody else who has) some broad acres contiguous witlh the line of route. My worthy old friend, thie Doctor, asserts his Scotch pioclivities and defends the Illawarran swindle at the saise time. He says that his brother the late .Andrewv Lang, pur...

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. FiAsl'"FUiL, OnicKErT ISIPOSTURe. A cricket nimatch, Tile Press (F) v. The Stage, canme off yesterday on the Chlub ground. It ppeaMrs that instead of Press v. Stage, an unfair advantage was taken of oar visitors, the P?'ress being reprOesented by four or live of tihe Ironclad Cricket Club, and the remainig feiw by memnbers of the C'hrounicle Oflice, whilo the theatro was represented by ten of the company, with Mr. Riley as an emergency,. who, was rather heavily handi. cappcil, being'prohibited from bhowing and compelled to play left-handed, while on the part of the. combined team of Ironclads and printers no prolhibition was allowed. Tlio score of tihe Stago and Printers actually resulted in a win for the Stage, but with thie combined team Ironcluds and Printers the othd' was 70; beating the opponents by sormeu 18. eVo fail to see by wlmt right the on nouncenment was mLde of PoEos V. StgO-thO fonnrmer not-having a represoenttive in the match, and ...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. ARRIVALS.--MAT 13. Macedon (ss.), Clask, trom Sydney. W. HI. Smitlh, ngeat1 Civility (s a.), from Sydney Western, barque, 287, Ilaslop, from Sydney. G. I-ewison, agent, Elizabeth, barque, 263, Smith, from Sydney. G. Ilewrisor, wRent Elm Grovo,~arque5,255, Leddra, from Sydney. Coptain, agent Calir Hoyle, ship, 1291, Higgins, from Mel bourne, 5th instant. Biugle, White and Co., asgeuts Boengal, barque, 323, Hummol, from Brisbane. G. Hewison, agent May 14. Maggie, brig, 291, Balle, from Napia. Cap toiu, agent talobin lood, brig, 295, Paton, from Welling ion. Captain, ageot Lndy Emma, barque, 202, from Sydney. C. F. Stokes and Co, agents. Lady Darling (s..), 722, Saul, from Mel. bourne. J. \'eenian agent Adeline Burke, barque, 281, James, from Mel bourne. Captaino, agent Ellen Malcolm, barque, 312, Wolfe, from [Mel bourno. J. C. Dibbs, agent Warwiek Castle, ship, 1150, from Melbourne. Captain, agent CoASTWlnE.--May 13, Duckenfield, Industry, Marie, Waratab, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

SHIPPING. NE " OASTLE STEAMISHIP COMPANY. i Sydlney Elxhibition i The 8. . KEMBLA will rn at SINGLE fARES FOB THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL SaturdsaY. 27th May, Lnolusive. SALOON.... .......**.. ]ss 8d. STEERAGE,....... ** 7as6d* Leaving Sydney Eyery Night.at 1 .I30 p9m. (Saturday and SundaY excepted), Leaving Nb; d'tle Every Morning at 10 a.m :;,.(gadaand N onay excepted). SD. PORTUN, Manager. Oic~-HIunter-strcct, N?euwatle, 1Oth April, 1876. 193 NEWCASTLE S.S. CO. LIMIITED. NOTICE. THIlE S.S. ILLALONG WILL LEAVE THE STEAMEWR'S WHARF, NEWCASTLE, On Monday Morning for Sydney, AT 10 Azlf. H. D. PORTUS, l5 Nauager. SB. N. S. N. COMPANY. EASTER HOLIDAYS AND BETROPOLITAN EXHIBITION. NO IICE. ETURN TICKETS, at Single FTres for the Double Journey, tisued on bonrd ail of ii Company' Steamers, to' and from the uter, on and after THUeRDAT, 13th ultimo, alltble for.return either by this or A. S. N. mppany's Steamers, until and including the thinstant. W. H. WHYTE, S• Agent. 'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PA...

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