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Federation of the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

Federation of tlde Colonies. TIE queistion of ai confederatio ofctho Austialihandolonies is ,d?ii'?'e? . y?" jng the ettention of the.most eminent piticlans, not only in the' cologies t~mselives, bit'a 151 the hbonehcountry. -That; tliere" woUld ' he'b nlIcm'ineiiso advantagoe dersvecI tron a eoi,~ berais jn of the six 'Auetrpalian? oitletde,. every "-oe is prlI'a¥d to Lad~ift btstthe task of, iolitical nn qconomm;aJ rfu)gny poeems almost beyond, tleb gtasi @n."a~boboiifd and,Enropan .statesmeP ; Uioi?,d g itshi theo " wish miny 'bo' 'tbait~'l'er1'?t the ,tlo~,ggt,flt +h.qic e ppes to be ,a.serties:rof .diffidultitah·lto be --''-.-.ij - elm~YPl l Yteijnoi ~1 'St: Il ,,ed eor?gjiogp Je an a?vaomplihhedfaot: wouldifail.to..diseernihcv.i oiehih wbhld Austrian Diosinmon sab?ecrvient to the British Orrio. , lA presnt, however *therewonl~dsesnl.tobe some oalmost im practicablebainisrs oinevery sideto pre iventiat:cobimhnation so:devoutly to be wished. ':It'doilad neeod to haed at once sca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

-yl~ StocktonAg~cncy Pmprbeaor. 2'nLd nprd, 176.. i Port 11 rnlntnh AgRcnICy. -NffI ~rn o UtLANI, orrort Wmladl~hl oar rcuo~. ·J. MI. SWEE'. ' 1'd3hRS' ADYOC A¶l ~

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our Sydney Correspondent.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 9.5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

I.LAT~s'I ITELESiAM1. (" from our Sydney Correspondent.)' ,/ YflNEY. . . .1 .Tuesday,5 p.m ix months leavaoln absence has been granted to 'r. Crocknell, Superintendenct of Talo graphs. In the promaoe'o Cortto-day, in a coo Spiller v. Ellis, for malicious prosecution, reoslteod in a verdict for plaintiff, damngebos £500. oimilar damagesq.weoroe ivo n against tfle Bank "of :New South Walcs,:in favor of Willlam Owston, asob for mailicioua prosecc. tion. In the lattorceaso a pointtof law it reserved for a full Court. Several burglarios in the suburbs are rcorted. __. - Jameo,W'hito, a looqkpilor, nov atldit . l ,n - raci . o,-- , t.a - 4?p. -Police-.our.thls-morning;-by-.-MrMoontgunr Editor oIf.Pu.ch1 jolUjng inuutl4ng and also threatening lngua'ge. In both cnases a verdict Mado a me'all de Il upka'il.nmrrled to Johui Hill (the well-lmown organist) and that thej rep?ot;'of lgaeleath'ia Untrue. ;i'l /;;' ) "' A In the Stock and Share markets sales have been as follow*i--?~lanki:?'d.Nioi ...

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The Customs Authorities and Captain Thyne. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

The Culstolnl Authoritiesund .d tCaiitpiii Thyme Wre wore informed late las? ovening that thle Customs autliorities in this- port had foond f:ult withl' Captain Thyno, nofithe ship Broddick Onstle, for supplyitg' hiis crow or' tho' voyage from: iAuclland to SNeicastle' witll a l'mrgor 3ilolmi lc of tbliecc, thal' they (thle Otsotoms authoiri tjcs)'conisider op. '" 'ptainm Tlhyiise it appears froim whiat gur inforuimat-~ oiloii we look upoi. b?io tlmoim'lgly reliable-' states,: ha Ia .bpaxdl oboiut 35 Jbs. 'oftl tobaccb' l'ess tiin wlidmi iole ft'Au s ldanld. What, afterleavicnig thatport, hadhogiven eph ' ..of, . his,: seamon, aLbout 'forty. is ,.number,, all I told,- one 'pbund of 'tbbacco.ei...Thati:would ddrtainly accorint fir wlhat: wi'short.E Perhaps thIe Onstoins a}lthorities consideruson.pound of tobacco too Omusch for a mloan toirecoivO on a coyago ftom Auckland to tlsib port, but is it at all likely tlittL Captaini cei?ttll tlhleincttiime hs .will bo in 'a'psiasge/;or shoul...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ARRIVALS.—MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

SOJUTH. AUSTRALIA. AURIVALS.--MA. I1. Silver Streamc , barque, fromu Newcatle

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS.—MAY, 1[?]TH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

'---MELBOU~r RbJI~'t·: E ~ Avora stcalt er, from Sy~lue y .9· Danderyong, stoomof,lip irinvb~ So roy borqooa;Sfld ,Sinbok, otld Cothrrnoe bnrqen Lbn· Cr~lnuyrargsller, shlip, ice ~ewcostIO. ·

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Waratah Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

THE above Council liehld their usun tootnigrhfy ,_eeting- onlIt nday,. evenin.g Turnpr, Whiteman, Kerr, Japmqs Watson. and iIrriott." / . ." "",. Tlioe 'linuto s ofee the pr ti Wire s fad ranti cbhlflrmnd.'In:.'I mTll~ usualIioutgoingY:cocrosponil>enel,. in .ordored..by)jhe~Coqincil; Bnvsfroadb)y the Clerk. Lettor relidifrom tie Water Committee, Nawcastle, whichwas received alid ordered to stand over till next meetiinglfor con sid nration. .; 1 ,li f/ , i; ,.,.. , . ' Letter read from Mr. I. tepleons, plroteseig, as a ratepayer, to tlle payment for wwrk done in ..tatibn-strcot until some disinterestod/pedtblr-']iid measured the work, and expreseingig A opinion that aal4epeBn ghopid npt byi i allowed ,to con tract with the Council, measiore thliir o0v work, and vote for-paying tlhemselves. tAldermas JAM , moved-" That Mr. Stephenes'.leteri be'uno reei;o'h.^. ',. Seconded by Aldoilrlni TuInNER. Secponndu IKRd meoieu d(.a nePemeneah nit-" Tlhat tliho ultci: stanld over "for 'onsider...

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THE MINT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

TiaE MINT.-Tho Mint receipts and issues during the past week wore-- old received foF coinage, 15,573 oz; coin istmd1 10,000 soeereign -IHeral d, a?j 15;f.... - ... A4 tjoeiety of Aunlde1cfd offer '.£50 foa tile first twelye~ppirsr) p st?dlow lanitloded a1 vo iu Auckland, and a preporrtlptato sum fo any amaller numlbe, hiot less tliei two THE RAiLwAY.-The cxtonsion to the Yaas station is now comlpleted, and tle goods ohld, platform, &c., nearly so. It is stated tlt thLo ,ine,~ vill:, not be .lptied umtil .thl hegi'inlng of Juno-nild then to Bowning, iglmltailhts Froni Yims-ad ,thdi. 'on?t?ctdisa dciline to give uip poase?sion until thoe'hole i bomplctcd ad a takenm off their hanllds hy the Gvivnmwonl. :: t' lhger,i . not ethoe elighteatt prgtailty that theio will he any " demoan Htrtion," for the plople bonsider thit they have beern very badly treated by thile Govern mnnt.-- as our "ie ? In 1875 thio'mcvio pbl,.helol i'Gerimany 212070 different literary woremsq ill 175 there ...

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GRETA & ANVIL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

.C(dil ?owalhri/ Iur.es,ri~)h~ the last few sdaysassumed-an'appeermnee- o?'f.wa ,eni activity. Sonamlftyu aonqq hvofounid eiiipliy. mint at Greuta-drKl hlo Aeivals, with their i~t&.f. eSglililf, a! m'gd ?÷l~ Of reoumo thds,,i?'t~~iid 'td,,tiatiuiithlde Will soo? crlaf,'kor i oeo'h ddiht least, for as thie nl iibilln amount of mtrn to be put drdilt .o _f h ot. i icli ole btlia- u aingare?a tn?gad out) i wo a ed thathragfhhteo jreelost thro? e , nI,~ofai r'egoained, so the men areo likelIp hbrl'to make more time thanthythoav at the Gtibln mme, and pr b e i eg-- -o r aa r - mie q y n ema d e , -d te .I~ ...h t h Water outt'O t thb e no-ti:pt ie'G'lelma*taeola ]tgi lihv\jriint16?at.tt til tlo'alhkatlay,$ i!th'lt the output pf the pjt'iWrll:ds UibattYl.tf6kbf ldbAd. I hlave not hIbiltt'!t?h tfoyloCatspdrtse1r bng got up' 'bi' 'ttiel:Qd4tth' Birthday, but I belibr'othe'riiembe?s of tlhe Wesloyan Chuehi hero are going to hold-a picnierin eonnertioa with their Saolay-s ndqol,dmdd no...

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MERCHANT SHIPPING SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

MERCIINAT SIIIPING SUItVElYS. It is indeed a dintinguishnr, feature of the legisantiona of the lastfiew ynira :thatit takes ih al causes of unseawirthinesa. ILet et l;ii ht for any runson iwlhantier, uiseaw~r'thy, the Bllard of Trade have power to nlqp her. goirg t1 sea. On the rival plan of inpectin g nud?certi fying all ships, only special ftruns of dangr can -be provided-1br by sepecial legislantion:--Thus,if Government hadl in 1: halnd the clnsniieat'on and loadjpi or ehips, it wiuld aoon be found alsn.anesnary to aspctnand.ernlfy-thn atownge and this would atain leadt tolitiher interf-irnce; so that at lanst 'it :might :iitrlnas come to be considered the shortest and best nmethod of settling the whole qunetion for a paternal; Gqnoronnoat.to tote th-o-nltiro carryingirtrnda oa theo ."cdu trI..int o itt oHwni- h ands ,- when the' Marino Department of the Board of Trade woult, of course, Ieeome merely a sub-depart ment under thie' Potniaistdr-General, and per haos all our preaenti...

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Newcastle Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

NIrjca~sti'e ' Pr,.'oU~ll .Couaeil,.- I 4A S~r.r', of the 6'iowcastlo Bnrquph Council w?ts held lnst uvenin in te Council (l;unter~.' There were present : Th~l Maypr , Aldernmean; Ludlos, Dart, Thorn; .Croor, Hall,' Iewison, lsapnmapnt .' The m._oinut cores ofpotndeeting werer',adi and coinfiriimedt Theuoi goind correspondence was read, as follows: -,-. n.. -:sri Letter folil Air, G. A. Loyd;' tatinMg .tlhatthd .Pavinigs Bill had beein road a isauond time' in,:the Legislativo:'Council that afternoon, and would .have been pilsei, butt vlihen schedule 0 *'as Teached it was found that there whs'o a bl:ink hihlI lie could not fill up, and tho further con siderattion f tlhe Billhand boon. postponed ! iiitil t'oi Iltl. H]o lhad telographed to! Mr. Readett, the'Coniocci's solicitor, to at: once prdeeed to Sydney; or-to bend the necessary informantion. "" In Sydney all the sreotei . were !marked as :required ;loil' schedulo C, and if ir. Readett'did:not go at once to Sydney he (Mr., Lloyd) ...

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NORTHERN JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING, 1876. FIRST DAY (TUESDAY), MAY 16TH. PATEON: His Excellency Sir Hercules Robinson, K.C.M.G. President: John Eales, Esq. Vice-Presidents: Hon. Jas White, and W. J. Dangar, Esqs. Judge: J. F. Doyle, Esq. Handicapper: J. A. Scarr, Esq. Starter: C. Brackenreg, Esq. Clerk of the Course: H. Levien, Esq. Clerk of Weights: A. Wilkinson, Esq. Secretary: R. Cracknell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

gTalnRE7 JOCKEY CLVVU. S- AvoTrun .ETING, .1870. nIRST DAY (TUESDAY), MAY IGru. I* OUR SPOIOTINGO IEPOITER.] PeR»'o. His Excllency Sir Hrculc., IloTbi"~0, K.C.M.O. Praiidont; John Cdko, le.q. Vic £idroet; nIon. JHj. oWbitc, 'l"" W. . DienB'n, " s Jurgc: J. F. Doyle, Bfl. Hinain lppcr : Cek 'oltheo Comoe: H. Lcoicn, liql. Clerk or lVegltt: A. WilkibonC, Esq. Secrcty : . Creucknell, Eq-. TinsE raccs, which had been postponed *for one week, oil accoullt of the inaus picioes state of the weather, coiiinunced .yeuterday, under vury. u:favrouorablo cir coinstanccs. Thle ineIIb.rsi of tlio Clul no doubt acted for the boat ill postponing the meeting, but ,utfortunat..ly for tlhoem the Fates were agtin uInpropitious, as thi atuiosphere was far from plcianut for outn door 'xcrfise,-nasty, drizzling shower: ,continuing to fall narly all tlu' ;diy, which without . question minlihttod con -'idhrabl3 ,aine' the Umeeting : which at 'no timu promised to be about theo most liccessful ever held on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

. ' ' ,WANTEDGS. IXTANTI'D, D.;ood Gin.r. 8Elt (AI?&T; -Apply LIGIITIIOUSIE IOTEL,L Boltoi 51Ti ANTPI P abSted, SOBER 3AE, it ,V driveo a team. No other need apply Wges, £: 5. awdbok, Apply to O. LIVtlR 0OrtE, Wolfestreet.; 59 W 14 M D, .. SMART INTELLIGENT LAD, ohoat 15 yeara of ae, to leori t-hb Priltoi Business. . Apply to the oflico of tills Jouerna. v, ,. , . W ANTLED, BOYS to SELL PAPERS. Ap ply tothiat eio. . 7?TA?N'fE:ID, TWO TUR~NO~YIBRS o the 'V313 '-tJolBl?,iN' NG BIUdSINESS, j Apply to:the Otlce of thie Piior. ' . i " , W1 AN'ED, CompetiditWC?iLoosorrs. or Time b1.ymee t Books. - Gooad 0inmissiaaii; Apply from 10 to 2,' ' . ·i !, . A t,.,UTCIIISON,. ' The Oig~ra Th i oWe3smout Etoaksellet, - d-dtift, 1arbyRstreet, 59 - 'Loke tRoba, Ne,,andtle. ,.; 1, ANTEt)l, 10o CGOA?ZhlNElIS. Constoint :, .' : Awork. ANWICK. COLLIELYItY Wsodfordl. . 460 i . , .. , · . .. ... . .: .: .. .... ITA??ANTF a GOOD QUAittYMAN. Apply ~7na~rl Oab stroto t~rl uaw. n~ T to JAM S STfRET, Ac...

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SINGULAR RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

. usaanranr lm :4ccagn: nextra' orJg~s,!piary opent:?is rneported 7.as havinp ocourred at ArdonneO, near, Namar,:td the eOxproess.train from Cologre to Paris. After loeaii-gb Ardonnee thie engtnq ran into a cart laden with gnnpowder that wa4 drosasihg the lIno at tlhe moment. The shock caused an immr~diato explseion, and thlr traiu is stated thave been lifted' ompletely off thie line und tdl'"down a'gatiu oel the rails. All tie carriages were mbore or Ices darmaggl, the ghiss ndow d oi~edstaroed, aiddtthleo rtains bhrnt. Tile smoke produced by thie explosion rwnas so .rat. trht the etorpiol' 'at first imagined that thie ongine itself had exploded. I4 apopers.thrit thecart, wHikhrroris Irddn i?vith tliree barrels of gunpowder, had incautiously been. allowedr'to cross- 'tile mrild" it th? moment the express was duo. The driver of tie gctt cnld. tbh horse mere biotrh seirio?tltly. injured, the cart being emashell to fragmentrai The windows of tho adjoining himiics were ilso destroyed: ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 17 May 1876

FUNERAL.   The Friends of Mr. JOHN RODRICK are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of his beloved CHILD, JOHN : To move from his   Residence, Brown-street, Wallsend,           THIS DAY (Wednesday), at Three o'clock. A. C. ROBINSON, Undertaker, 662 Wallsend.

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

CITY & DISTRICT. NEWOA~STLI. S5IsoLYvecr N lEO TIT:G'O.-- A lueeting in'the~o slto of Sanuoel Blanch, of Mimni lmines,jwos hold at the Court Holuse, New. castle, 't 3 o'clock, before o. & . Sicott, Sub. stituto Comimissoioor; Insolve ntlhaving bcea sworn 'stated:i I do not wishlto amend iny scheduld; I was comlpelled to'file on acconnt 'of siLekiess of irvself oinil fanil, being out of "xork ahid pressuro of 'crjdlitors' tho prticulear riuson of insolvencry' as the pressure of my creditors. No crcditors proved in the eostate. Thoe meeting then closed. Mr. Ludlow rep. resented the otlicial assignes,, ir. Lyons ?In t'o estate. N EWOASTLE JOCKi?IY CLUn. - The sale of gates, grand-stand, and other booths, right of spinning jenounies, e., will be offered for sale to-day, at the Ship Inn, by Mlr. 'W. HII. Whyte.. Tenders for a baud of eight :lperformiers,. to play. 'thtfit'ls , will be received up to 2 o'clock on Saeti?d'3e next, 20th instant. - LATIE- ACOIDENT -AT-.AT·3 I...

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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. (FROM S. HI. HERALD.) Melbourne, Monday. TIE Northumnberland brings news to the 24th March, eight days later than by tlhe last mail via Suez. , ' GENERAL SUMMARY ... "'' < .. .London; March 24. The Royal ,.Title-Bill passed the thlird reading h?i' thei House bf Codmnrions yes isrdaS'. The birthduy' of. theoEm er6r' of Ger many was celebrated iii all' pirt's-of the Empire ;with t?se sincerest and most enthusiastic ljralty .. '' A man named Joseph Spence started on the 23rd March to walk 110 milciin'24 hours, .at the .: Agriculturale Hall; as Weston, ,the 'Americann,p oestri'iif 'did only 10D miles in the saine time. Mi. Baiines OQitloy, mrnagei of the Co operative Credit Bank, has. been charged with embezlemecnt. ' He was cobmmnitted for triali and bail accepted. Heavy falls of snow in Rosina and Her zegovina inipede the operations of the in surgents. It is expected the insurrection will/ break out again with reneired violenice, as considerible nunbers ...

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS (FeIroM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENTS.) TZOIIAPHIO hntelligenco from Brisbane announces the death, by drowning, of Mr. David Neill, a gentleman who for many years held tile position of account anlt in the office of the A.S.N. Company ill that city. His body was folindfloating in the river at Brisbaneo, and the circum stances surrounding the unfortunate man's death ]ebd to the supposition that he com mitted suicide. It is said that his account douks' are not in a satisfactory state. THERE'I have been two actions in the Supreme Court within the past two days, for mnlicious prosecution, and in each case a verdict has bean given for the plaintiff, with the sanie amount of damages, £500. In thie first cose th' plaintiff was Mr. William Owston, of tihe firm of Owston & Co., merchants, Sydney; and the de fendant the Bank of New South Wales. MIr. 'Owton was prosecuted' by the Bank on e charge of stealing a bill of exchange for £1,500. "He appeared at the Water Police Co...

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NEW ZEALAND. Wednesday, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

NEW ZEALAND. -' "'. i "Vednesday, Tuesday. Arrived.-Edwin Basset and Ann Mel huish, from Newcastle; Easby (s.), from Sydnoy. Sailod.--Iingarooma (s.), and Sarah, for lMolbourneo; Anustralind, for Newcastle.

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

ADELAIDE. imon iTuesday. Richmond is scratched for the Cup and Queen's Hlundred; a telegrun stalilg that he Las gone lamoue. f-oenry Peppols, / luolsbngor. by .the Sllvor Stieain, froirji wniwtlo, whilo suffering from delirium tromens, jumped bverboarl,.and ?as drowned. A erhninml information has .beoen filed by the Commi~sioner of Insolvency igainst Mr.. yillloeuvo S:nit!l for lettersin the Advertiser,. chirging hi * w'ithnopotism. Tile Ch,.ch of England Synod-is'. sitting. ]Bishop Short, in his address, stated that he had reached his fiftieth year since his ordi nation. " Port Darwnin news gives no intimation yet of tho arrival of the repairing steamer Agnes. SMLr. MIais, Chief Engineer of Rtailways, left to-diay for Tasmania, being appointed a mom ber.of the Railway Comm'osion there. Messrs. Rees and King will move and seeond reply to Governor's speech. Wheat is quidet at 4s. 10d.; afloat. . .

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