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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

SHIPPING IN PORT. SUIP«. Conflit, 1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co., agents; No. 6 crane, loading Mesara. Brown's coal, for San Francico Firth of Clyde, 824. O. F. Stokes and Co., agento; cargo wharf discharging ; to load \Yallsend for Sin Francisco Inverne, 744, Foreman. Bingle, White, and Co. agenta; Horseshoe, tp?all Mitredale, 1230, Brown. R. B. Wallace, agent;' to loed Greta Moonta, 627, Pearce. G. Hewisaon, agent; Port Waratah, discharging : to load Wallsend Salisbury, 1095. Caseo. R.B, Wallace, agent; itream Sateena (Swedish), 768, Nylen. Bingle, White, elid Co., agents ; to load Anvil Creek Salver Eagle. 987, Ulchard. J. Reid, agent; loadinig at 'o. 4 Crane, New Lambton, for s.:Shangula - Warwhik, 1005, Tizard. Single, White, and Co., agenta; I oroeshoe, to sail lor San lran daeco Fiji, 1407, Brown; B. B. Wallace, agent; to load Greta BAtquBs Arrogante, French, 302, Arnaud. O. F. Stokes and Co., agents Hosphorns. 321, I'earce. G. Hewison, agent, Camnille, 365, Staffor...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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DEPARTURES.—MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

DEPARTURES.-MAY 13. ito Logo, brig, datthows, for Lyttleton nwith 316 tons coal. J. and A. Brown, agents Claud'Hamilton (s.s.), Sinclair, for Melbourne, with 400 tons coal. R. B. Wallace, agent Rosebud, schooner, Nicholson, for Melbourne, with 295 tons coal. W.K. Lochhead, agent San Juan, brig, Dawoson, for Melbourne, with 40) tons coal. t. B. Wallaoe, agent Qnastamberth, ]F'rench barqnue, Moreau, for Bnukol:, with to9 tons coal, J. and A. Brown, agento. ilnutleas, brig, Elick, for Isle of Pines, with 100 head cattle, 30 shoop, and 13 tons of hay. it. B. Wollace, aogent Civility (s.)' for Grafton. Captain, agent Annie tlewis Anen, barque, Morse, for Manila, .with 970 tons coal, 70 tons tallow. . F. Stokes, ogent MIacndn (as), ;Clark, for Melborno, via Sydney, with 400 tons coal. _ I. Smith, agent May 14. Acania, barque, Harvery, for Hobart Town, with 315 tons coal. 0. 1. Stokes, agent . CoAsTrwll.-May 13. Alert, and Venture, for Sydney; May, for Port Stephens

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

Negro Eloqudence. I oxiE attended a negro church servioe in Virginia, whlere a large chapel was tilled with slaves of every age. One of their fellow-meombers had died a week before, andi a colored brother on the platform was " improving the occasion" lie had graldually brought the congre. gation to a certain level of emotion by his simple and pathetic tribute of affectionate regard for the deceased. When he had raised them to a sympathetic point, from which they would have easily subsided to a calmer feeling without new explosive force on his part, he turned himself half round from the audience, and uttered the simple words, " Jimmy lies dare in the fgrabe." Could those maimed words live? a classical schol:,r might ask. Yes, they did live, with a vitality and power that might well have astonished the prophet who saw the dry bones stir with animation. They filled the walls of the house as with a mighty rushing wind of human emotion, with sobs of sympathy and ejaculations of intense f...

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The Non-Alienation of Land. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

The Non.Alienation of Land. A petition, wh;iclh is to be shortly taken round the Maryborough district, has already been presented to the miners of Berlin and 'Possum Hill for signa ture. it will afterwards be forwarded to the Mlinister of Mines It sets forth that the chief cause of tho decay ot mining is tile alienation of land near gold-fielsi, which lhas been and in still being carried on. That speculators buy suoh ground in the hops that it may prove auriferous, not for agricultural purposes. That a stop should be put to seell alienation, and such land reserved in order that it might frniaish a resource for thebo working popnlatio whaen other kinds of labour cannot be obtained, and also act as a means of retaining the population. Thle whole of thie uMary boroughi mining district is proposed for such a reserve. The present system of pinking small portions is held to be in adequate to answer the noeessity of tie oasp proved by t~o recent discoveries of golh at 'P"oesur Hilh. Tlh6 k...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL, CHAPTER XII (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT' RIVER HALL, BHr ns, J. H. I?DsolL, AUTrno or F A Lre'B AsslZr, Gruaos GErrU, &c. CHAPTER XII (CONTINUED). "'I DnoN'T think he can" I replied. 'He has seen the usual appearances which I believe it is correct to see at River Hall; but so far, they have added nothing to his previousaknowledge.' "' He as seen, you say ?' " ' Yeas; all the orthodox lions of that ohbeerful house." "'And still he is not daunted-he is not afraid ?' " ' Heis not afraid. Honestly, put ting ghosts entirely on one side, 1 'should noe care to be in his shoes, al alone in a lonely house.' " ' And you would be right, sir,' was the answer. 'A man must be mad to run such a risk.' " ' So I told him,' I agreed. "'Why, I would not stay in that house alone fo, any money which could be offered to me,' he went on eagerly. "'I cannot go so far as that.' I said, 'but still it must be a very large sum which could induce me to do so.' "'It ought to be pulled down, sir,' he continue...

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS (FonoJ OUR S'iDNEY CORO.ESPONDEwTS.) To? irrepressible Sydney Water Supply and Sowerage Comnunittoee met again yester day, and, not at all content to await the issue of aflirs according to the arraunge monts mnade by the 'Gov?ernment with respect to a hydraulic engineer,-came to the conclusion that as Mr. Gordon, a Victorian hI'draulic onginoer, was now in Sydnoy the Goverimnent should aivail themselves of his services at once, by' getting him to examino and roporPt upon the various proposed schemes for supply ing the city 9f Sydney and its snburbs with water. The Government is not likely to take any notice of tllhe cornm mnittee's resolution, and as one of thoe results of the committee's action will be . deputotion to the Government, we lshall have another instance of tho admirable manner in which MIr. Roburtson can deal with gentlemun who wait upon himi in that form. SENEILLL getentlemn wh]o are doesirous that the colony should possess something more in remembranc...

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

MEDICAL. IPORTANT DISCOVERY. GREAT VICTORY. PROF. GUSSCOTT, HERBALIST, CHIROPODIST, AND Cure of Diseases in General, Bogs to inform the resideuts of the HUNTER RIVER DISTRIOT thaot he possesses the secret of a arGreat Discovery which has enabled him to obtain SIGNAL VICTORIES over the greatest enemies ol man. Philosophers are areed that Nature is preg. ant with secrets, whieh, if known, would Cure Life of All its Ills DIS?ASE as a prolifio parent f ,ll--a "monster' which has more than matched the learning and srill of centuries. DOCTORS have claimed the exclusive right to deal with diseadse, and they haveo so conspiuously failed as to become pro verbial. Napoleon Bonaparte summed up the results of their seill as Iniolncal to Ilankilnd, and as a orulo he carefully avoided both Doctors and their Drugs. The imperious Corsican, however, could only speak from the past and frrom what he observed. IHe had no idea that in the fullness of time there would arise one, PROFESSOR GUSSCOTT, Whose...

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Strange Scene in the House of Commons [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

Strangec Scene ill the oIIuse of Commons (FOM TIu EUROI'EASN lil.) IMt.RDITELY after the adjournment of the House of Commons on IMarch 10, a painful scene occurred. When the strangers' galleries had been cleared, it was found tbat there was a man sitting in the Speaker's gallery, who on being requested to leave refused to do so. At this time the floor of the House was quite deserted, except by the clerks at the table, who were completing their record of the night's proceedings; but several hen. members in the lobby hearing that one of the strangers declined to quit the House, came back, and soon a pretty large group was col. lected, all looking up with astonish ment at the gentleman above the clock, who was soon surroanded by messengers and policemen, and again and again urged to go. Ilestill refused, and when It was sauggeste toat no should be turned out, ho exclaimed that it would be "a pretty hard job for anyone to do that,'' and immediately afterwards, rising to his feet, and ad...

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BRISBANE. Thursday, 3.43 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

IIIS3ANE. Thursday, 3.43 p.m. A man named W. E. 13. cGurnett was arrested for forging and uttoring cheques. Eighty-asix men, who wore arrested on board the Leichardt for refusing to leavoe that vessol at Townsvillo, wheore passage was given frco from Cooktown, were each lined 40s. and £4 passago money, or in default 14 days' impr-sonment. The men went to the colls. Friday. Mr. MIurphy, solicitor, of Brisbano, and Icessrs. Jones and Kennedy, local men, were nominated for the Cooktown electorate. A telegraphio horse express has been estab lished tri-weekly from Junction Creek to Cooktown. The tin ore received in Wanrwick this week amounts to 45 tons. TIre wreckage found on Noosa is apparently that of a now 200-ton vessel. Portions of the falso keel, made of kauripino, 14 inches wide, were found, rnd a quantity of now copper and copper bolts. There was no sign of the name. Irawncu ITAcs.-Grand Handicap: Nomo 1, Ohinco 2, Wranglor 8. Business at Cooktown is dull. Eighty-six of ti?o Leic...

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GUNNEDAH. Friday, 9.31 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

GUTNNEDAI. .... . ~Friday 9.31 p.m. [ The drought has thorough broken up. Splcididrain is now falling, an tilhe grass Is springing nicely. To approaoching election causes no dis cussion. Tho wretched state of the district is the universal subject of meditation.

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

.ADELAIDE. Friday. Mr. R. Ban Smith has been elected Chnir man of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Glyde retired from the Barossa election. At the M:Hill River stud sale yesterday, Maggio the Third, a Clcsydale maro, fetched 500 guineas, and Marquis, Clyesdalo station, 500 guineas. One thousand was offered for ItRantin Robin, but refIused. Great disap pointmoht weas expressed at the withdrawal of c'rtsin stoek from sale, which had attract el b fyy ,roz m Victoria and Sydney. Tho Telegraph office intimnates that tole grams will be taken by tlhe oltgaoing mail to Galle, Rand thence to England. There is a little better inquiry for wheat, both for mnillors' and shipiing. Qlotatlona are is. 10i. afloat. Tun manager of the Banok of Victoria offers a reward of £100 for such inforuation as will lead to tile conviction of the robbor or robbers who otluk up thU branch bank at Soymour. The amiounlt taken was £571, and a furtler reward of 20 per coLt. w1ii lio Firp n (says thie l'ele'ralph) for tlh...

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

I\IELBOURNE. Priday. IIis Excelloncy the Governeor is now on a visit to Strathkllar, in the VWestern district. His Excellency will probably return to town this week. Thobody of the boy Horry is likely to be exhumed to decide the question as to whetoher the corpse was decently covered. The omtorio "Sampson," was successfully given last night at the Independent Church. The coursing mateh for thle Ballarat Puppy Stakes, yesterday, was won by Benbow. The Minister for Htailvays and the Com missioner of Custotms, with a party, visited Ruthlorglen, V Wahsgnyal, asd Corowa yes terday. At Vahgunyalh the Minister for Hailways expressed himself in favour of a branch line. An ex-doteetive, in thanking his friends for a testimonial, expressed hIis opinion that half the number. of the present detectives in the force, if efiieent and well paid, would be more effective than all t1e men now en gaged. , A deputation from the Wimmera distriot had an interview with the Minister for Rail ways to-day, an...

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

Co.opcrativv e Miners. , ToE usual mqntlly mooting of theseo minoier? was held on Saturday ovenisig, at Losey's Hotel. Tlere omys a good attendance, and Mr. D. ees presided. The minutes of last moetisg were read aod confirmed. U O ENERAL 8EUItETAILY, A letter was read from the Gonersl Secretary, Informings the meeting thlat owing to having to attend a meeting at Newcastle, for thie purpose of making arrangomeorst for tle! forthcoming picnic, he could not attold, Accepted. ePIRMANENT RELIRF FoDio. The CsItrant etate tltat tho meetingi called for the purlpose of considering the rules of tihe ~ormanont Relief Fund lapsed for want of attscldRsce, and that rules were sent back witlh nafcs anendmsents, thle principal being tlhat a clause bh intro duced to provide for worn-out miners." I'IOK NHARPUI'ENINa(. The SIecuyTAny stated that thle MIaunager had refused to have the pidke s?arpened at the lew tlsunel, sa he consicgered it Usnsocssary, (1150N ?T. 5IICNI55. A long discussion ensued oni...

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

Newcastle Cricket Club. A SPECIA MEETING. of the members of the above club wa~hold last evening, at the Ship Inn, Mr. J. W. Greaves in the chair. The attendance was very good. The OCcmmnaY opened the business of the evening by reminding the meeting that the principal object was tile consider ation of tlhe prbpriety of securing the services of the All-England Eleven, who are about'to visit the Australian colonies. Hoe had no doubt if the weather was fine that a very'good profit would be obtained by the speculation; and on the other hand, if the weather proved unfavourable that a loss woidld be sustained. It was therefore well to arrange; in his opinion, to provide a guarantee fund to insure pay mont of expoences, if they agreed to invite the Eleven to Newcastlo. The SECRETARY thuen read. a circular 'from the ageint of 'the' eleven, Mr. J. H. Bonnett, professing to state the conditions upon which the All-England Eleven would visit Newcastlce The, circular stated the players would be M...

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To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

To the Editor of HIerald Iand Advocate. DnrAe Smu,-I notice in your paper of last Friday, alettor signod " Henry Tushtou," in answer to a letter of nino of a previous date. Now, Mr. Editor, I thought when a gentle man of Mr. Rushton's abilities wrote a letter to a public nowspaper ho would at least have tried to show that wlat I holve stated about tle tyrannical and unlawful actions of thioe Mayor were untrue, and lhave proved by the Munumc palities Act that I was wrong. I have salid that the Maayor was not justified in tycanni cally closing the meeting as lhe did; in spend ini.l money without notice of motion; and in short, setting all law at deflance because he has a majority at his back. HadMr. lhushton attempted to shlow that these actions wore iawful, I would then candidly admit that my reasons for a division of the borough wlere without foundation. But he never once re fcrs to them, and I suppose his reasons given tt the mooting, wlhich called forth my letter still hold good, ...

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(FROM THE S. M. HERALD.) PARKES. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

* (FROM THE S. 0. ItElAtD.) IPARKES. Frhday. Numleors ore roturnnig from thle Gobon droy rush; they pronounco it a drecoption.

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To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

To the Editor of Herald ,nld Advocate. Dian Smu,-I:looked in 'your publication of thb 10th, exectinh to find nsoue reply with regard to t'io Ilhlok Ishnd gatoa being ocked, and who really is Kincc of the Gate. Fiinding you' wore unatble to ilfonrm them, I think they should have thanked you for the trouble taken about it, at well as other renmarks publishedh b ynufor their benefit, but have no no doubt they.. are qually gtefut. Iow, Sir, having time. thi other niorn fng, I thonght I would walk amd see this gate and bridge, did so, found the gato locked,ascomplainedof ; proceededtowards the bridge, but as soon brought up, not knowing whither to return or proceed; I at last forced my way thlroughl the clay, which covered nmy boots, and succeeded in landing on thie bridge, hero I fell in with a settler, on the island, who informed me that this part of the ronad was completed by the contractor, and p~assed itfs examination. Nowv, Sir, providing this con tractor and palssor of such work w...

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Fronl our Sydney C('orrespondent.) SYDNEY. TOE four men who went from Queenboyan to Goodradigbee Range, in search of gold, have returned, and reported the affair a failureo. The appearance of Mrs. Scott Siddons, at the Theatre Royal,.was a decided success on Saturday last. The house was filled from pit to coiling. Noews was received of a cowardly attempt to lld i up asteam flour millat Wodonga. Some miscreant had plced a weight on the flour valve. The attempt was just discovered in time to save an immense destrnotioci of pro. prty. _. , .

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

VICToUlA THcnATac -The friends of tho drama have long desired an opportu nity of witnessing the productions of Shakc speare placed upon the stage in a really credit able manlner in Newcastle, and \ye fully ex poet thlatthis evening will inaugurato an en tirely Tnow serie in the dramiltic an nals of Newcasilo. 'Whel we remind our readers thlit Mr. Beoiinett ]ma deter mined to render the present elegant temple of Thospis worthy of its liname by the production this pyepinRg Ot one of thie most intLensly' 1lrhutle of Slhakespeoare tragcdies, i Maabethl," we feel certain that a crowded houis6 will afford 1a marked appreciatiosi of hie. ondcrvors to please thlie Newcastlo public. There' are indodil very few ladies in the Ilis triolilelorofessaion at the present day who can approach Miss Adelaide BowSrig in ler im porsoiiatiosi of Lady Maetothl. Assisted by lIr. LaIwlor, as Maobothi, an evening's enjoy ment of a character hitherto unobtainable in Shakespearian delineations may he well anti...

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To the Editor Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 15 May 1876

2'0 the Editor .lerald and Advocate. Sm.-In your issue of to-day a letter appears from J. 0. Drydon, in which he assigns reeasons why he proposed an amond ment at the public meeooting hold last Monday, to the effect that " thle Mayor of this Borough was incapable of adminiistering the affllairs of tihe Council," As I am noccredited witlh l!ay ing made the speech which caused him to even think of such an amendmenct, I take the early opportunity of trying to undo any injustice tlmhat may have been done Mr. Brydon, in con sequcence. of his moving the amendment referred to, throughl thle force of my "rabid assertions." Had Mr. Brydon not been in thie habit of speaking of the Meayor at all times, and snder all cirodimstances, in the most complimentary terms, I "smight" have concluded that his amondment was in accorda once with his preconceived opinions. Taking his statement as treO, Ihowoever, that he " would never have thought of the smqnd meont, but. for my rabid asertions," I think an...

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