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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
Tuesday. An influentiial deloputation luid an interview with the Minister for Rllailways, urglng the construction of a line from.Casterton to Port land. Tiho doputation pointed'out that the line wqild 'ti the richst gin-prducing districts in the colon~; and would defeat the object of thd Sduth Austoilian Goveriiment, who, l?y their proiosed railwdly ierossc the, border, ntdnd to scbburo the trade of the western distifct. M ar.Jones promised to biring thornattorbdforb'th Govdrnmoent. I Aidoputatiorsi fro?'u the Hard Hils ruiohad an interview with the Minister for hIines, urging that Chinese mnisers be prohibited from working any osw' goild-flold i'm' the colony within three years of its discibiory. M1r. MLollan said the department had no power in the matter, but he would bring'their peti tion beforeohisa colloeaigues. Since tlhe interview which tookl place bo tween the Hon. R. Stuart (ColonialTtdeasurer) and Si J. It'COllohl nothing further has beeoon done rogardingoany armngement, f...
SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
SHIPPING IN PORT. ?' " • SHIPS.us. Blair Heole. 2291, Higigns, to load forSan Francilsco; in stream. Mingle, Wkite, and Co., agents SCity of Nankin, 086, HoLean, stream, to Sload Wallsend for San Francisco, R. B. Wallace, =gent • .'Conh t, 1071, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co. oageits; Horseshoe to sail for Ban Francisco Fiji, 1407, Brown; R. B. Wallace, agent; saream, to load Greta for Sah Francisco a FirthofOlfde, 824. 0. F. Stokes and Co., Sagents; Horseshoe, to sail for San Frenosoco nhvererne, 74a, Foreman. Bingle, White, and Cos agents ; Horsesahoe, tr sail )litredale, 1230, Brown. I. B, Wallace, agent; stream.to load Greta for San Francisco Moonta, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent; laid Up 'Snaliabury,1095C. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent; ,tream ' " r Savenns (Swedish), 768, Nyleon. ingle. • White, anif Co., agents ; loading Anvil Croek at No.6 OCrane for San Francisco ;Salver Eagle, 987, BRchard. J..Reid, agent; Horseshoe to sail for Shangbai Warwick Ca-tle, 450, Warren, at Jet...
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.-MAT 17. Gloucester, barque, 5r5, Vincent, from Dunedin, 22nd ultimo. C. F. Stokes and Co agents Caberfeith, barqoe, 333, lPKenzie, from Auckland, 29th ultimo. J. and A. Brown, agents . aet, barque, 208. Westbrook, from L;yttolton, 2nd instant. C. F. Stokes and Co., agenta
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
_ S_- iPPING 'I ,&TEWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY2. LN (LIMITED.) SMaitland and Newcastle Races. The S. S. KEMBLA will runtat SINGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBL JOURNEY, UNTIL St? rda 27th May, Inolusive. SALOON1...... . . .. 12s 61. STEERAGE.;. ...7....... s6d. Lenaivi g Sdney Every Night at 11.30 pro. '(Saturday and Sundav excepted) . LeavIOng Newoonstle Every ioringl at 10 .I. (Sunday and Monday excepted). H. D. PORTUS, Manager. O7iea--Scott.itreetI Newosatle, 10th April, 18760. 193 . . N. . N. COMPANY. EASTER HOLIDAYS AND METROPOLITAN EXHIBITION. N: NO 'ICE. R ETURN TICKETS, at Single Fares for the Double Journey, aisueod oil board all of this Company's Steamers, to and from the HnterI. on and after TeusoneY, Ilth ullimno, nvailabler for return either by this or A. S. N. Company's Steamers, until and including the 25thinstant. WV. H. WRYTE,. .353 Agent. O-SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWOASTLE. uNtIPS of the Largest Class taken up for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &c. Iro...
DEPARTURES.—MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
DEPARTUIltS.-MaT 17. Joliba, barque. Scafler. for L tielton, with 480 tons coal. J. ud A. Brown, a-ents Sparrowhawk, burque, Garrioc', for Mel boumrne, with 580 tons coal. R. B. Wallace, ageot Brrnabool (s.e.), Paine, for Melbourne, via Sydney, with 500 tons coal. H. Smith, gent Isle of France, nrqueo, Le Bront. for Mel bourne, with 440 tons coal. 0. 0. Stokes and Co,'agents..- -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
IMEDICAL. d . a R. F. W. REAY, AS A Medical lBotanist Of upwards of twenty years' standing, lespectfully infoens the renidonts of Newenastle \VWillse nd,'axid lllnnter River l)isteiet ¶endraliy. that he is praetisii, his prfession wite tlhat :: n gMARKED SUCOESS. Wh'ath has madn e his .name so yopular'onitbe Oold.leldsand in lthe Coal-minlan districts of New South Wales:' Ths'osiehriorit~ of the system of .e oflerbal Treatment . ,,. over nsl others is now achnoowledge- by the lo ad iag members of thib Medical IFculty nll-over th worhdi and thbsecriy is-Our Medioinos'are S: :,Pulirely VegetableS" Professor Honhy, bhas dllmonst?ratedin his wdrk,. rotoplnsm'.. tbat. mineral subrtances nthano be, odsini tolrdo, with. beneYt, and .that only, after, Natura loss tronsnintod tliem "into plnaitr roe tliey' good foi't'oitbis' Ioo 'io 1edi. cine. ". ,Eporiesce taon.ht Herbali'stathis great tristihslong befobrb. ibo Iarne'd yProfeeAr, dis edvered it for' bimdel|f, and nonne lavo bisd olenre~i a...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER XIII (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
HAUNT b HOUSE, On THE SHADOW. AT RIVER HALL B I Mas. J. H. IRmos,.b, Auvauo or A Lir~s' AasizO, ,GalnoC Giirrn, te. CHAPTEn XIII (CONTINUED.) 'It is very extraordnlinhry,' I mana. ged at last to stammer out; " for I can honestly say T never heard oven a sug estion of Mr. Elmsdale's design. Inderd 1 did not know lie had ever thougat ot building upon the ground.' ' Such was the fact however,'. replied my visitor. " He was a speculative man in many ways. Yes, very speculative and full of plians and projects. How over, Mr. Patterson,' he proceeded,: all this only proves the truth of the old re mark, that ' ereat wits and little wits sometimes jump together." There was a ring of sarcasm in his voice, as in his words but I did nqt give much heed to it. The design, then, was not mine. It had com'e to me in sleep, it had been forced upon me, it had been explained to me in, a word, andas 1 asked myself, Bywhom,? I was unable to repress a shudder. , ' Vou are not well, I fear,' sail Mlr. Harr...
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
Parlianouentary, Mr. Parkes' motion, yesternight, was ad journcd t& th?e 26th instant. : A' good deal of valmbloe time was wasted to-night on a motion by Mr. Scholey to intercept Supply, which was noegtived by the casting vote of the SpeaLker. 10 p.m. Consideonbllo progress is boing made with the Estiiates, and the Government ekpect to get through with most of theme to-night. Over forty thlousand pounds h1avoe been voted for tihe dredge ourvice.
Miners' Demonstration for 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
lIliners';IDemesonstrationsfor 1S'70. ,N&EXT-SATUnrAY thi. members of the Hstr'nt liver 'Coal Mliuners' Muetal! Prote??ive Acsociation, meet together! in the A. 'A. Company's paddock, New castle, for the.,purpose of celebrationg, by a grand demonstration, the agree. ment;thiif 'hmhsnow '.been, in existence for·:tho 'past three years. It pro ides :in"eeffect that whenever disputes a!Ras, thy shall be settledeby the griand principloe of, .arbitratioD, and .we hope the coming gathering will be unprece dented in point of attendance and Tlhe programme.for the day states that the chair will be taken precisely at l' a.,m. when several gentleomen will address those present on the advantages ofUnion and Unison, between Capital and Labonr ,; Our,individualviews upon this important subject are so well known thatawe need scarcely iterate them here, and." althogh the public who at tend will doubtless hear many .origiial ideas 'addoiced in favour of the strong bonds that: surround Unionis...
(FROM TUESDAY'S HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876
(FBo T~USDAgYS HER5A*DiO'?"!ii'. The Iris, Julia Ann, Claynlbrore, and .Iaobhael .Cohen all arrived in Sdney on Monday from Adelaide, bringing fill cargoes 'of cereals. Their pnssges have been generallygood. The latter ship has, however, made t:.e bcst running, fine southerly winds prevailing. i .... ' The Halley Bailey lleft obart .Town on the 9th instant, and reportn soutliherl winds after clearing Tasnania. Captain Summerbell expects to have the sunken ateanrer Challenge afloat to-day. A shackle carrying away caused a detention of at least.24 baurre." Tleio rpai to thi Kembla'(s.)'hvme been complete in a most satisfactory manner at Mort's Dock, and a trial trip was made on Wed nesday morning. Tile Marine Board held an inquiry into the circoumstances coneeted with the stranding and reeovery. of the schooner Thomras and Henry. This vessel was at anchor in Trial fay, bound to the Nambueera, with sin tons of general cargo on board, and on the a13th ultimo, in consequence of thie hIea...