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14, Flinders-lane East, Melbourne. May 9th, 1876. To the Collector of Customs, Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

14, Flinders-lane East, oelbourne, * . iIoy 0th, 1870. To the Collector of Customs, Mlbohiono; . Sir,-In reply to your letter, of this day's date, we regret your- inability to understanid the explnation which was made to you yes terday, and shall be glad to know how many times we are requiredto iterate it. Our shipping clerk produced for.your in spection the Customs-stamped invoice of the hosiery in question, value £10 64 8d. He also referred you to the entry, and showed you the marked summaryof figures making upthe total amount in which the £10 6s. 8d. p peared, as separately mentioned.. Ho lso pointed out the date of payment of the duty, 22s. 8d., and that our firmholds the receipt for the money. He also repeatedly called your attention to the *fact tlihat both the stamped invoices and the marked statement expressly mentioned that the hosiery in ques tion was in case No. 647, which, as you are aware, is the case detained, in which the hosiery was found. With regard to the last par...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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[?]CLEARANCES.—May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

.v noboa sLnASaNCES.-.Mny 18:. Firth of ClyleJ, slip Blair, ior San Franoisoq -1235 tonacol.5: O.F. Stokes and Co, agento Robin ~lood, brig, Paton, for WelJingtono- '500,ton cba?olt Captain D. Willibms; agent . Adelphol, barqus: Gregory, for ytleltono 546 tons caot-J;.and A. Brown, ogents I . Helen Molcolm,' barque, Kirby, for Melbournd -490 tolt coal. J. O. L.ibbs,'agent. Bengal.l'niqueHammmell, tfor Adelaide 480 tons coal. G.-loewiaon, agent .Ni agara; brig;:Rose, for Adelaide' 500 tons coal,. Gl ,Ilowison,agent ' :S. N. Steton;A.merican sohconer, 0urtis,'for San Franeisco-1844l tons coalU G. litchelll agent. a Ma.gie,. brig, Balle, for. nepie--203 tonp oIal,:30 pieces hardwood. Capail ?t en " .Exouiaohoboner. Dont, for Alelalde--70 tons coal. G. Hewilson,zuagent-: 0: Adelioe Burko, bara , Janmes for MelJ bourcne--370 tlna coan . B. B. Wjllace, agent

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SHOP-LIFTING [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

Snopt.lrT'Ia -A moat 'bhare-faced theft was attempted at Mr. Grisdalo's shop, Market-stroot, on VWednoesday evening ,i:t It appOaratlutit Mr. L. G'isdale, hearing a ttqiito qlltieido the shop wyent to aep whet it was wf f d t ma runn"" ing away syitlh a out of oileinoil, [r. .idald iia '?htsho and the thief dtowoel the hiile ieo a'yoy older a'}ho in a by-lane oil Market-otreet; but he wees clp? tured and given into the custody of conlstRIlhe Coghlaln. lie appblred. at the police colurt yesterday, to answer a clhargo of stealing, buht lth case could not be proceeded with 'ne prieonor w~a ilnable to speak English, and an interpreter could roo be btiaiesed. The case will come on for hearing to-.day. THE CIITNEBSE GAMSrI S.-s.ThO eibht Chinamen who were arrested on Sunday night last for being concerned in gambling, and now onbailaro to appepr to-dayat the Police Court, ehen theslncaseowillhhb heidnl. 'A good deal f interest is felt in the matter.

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The Case of Messrs. L. Stevenson and Sons. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

The Case of Messrs. L. Stevenson and Sons. TiE Customs authorities (states the Arg!s of theilt 10th instant) lhave not yet come to a dvelsiou regarding the smnall qauat:ty of hosiery encllosed in the case of ribbon velvet, and the two eases of ribbon velvet, and one cease of apparel stopped on Saturday, have not yet been delivered to the firm, although the ex planation offered would seemn reasonable and satisfalctory to most minds. The Catoms have further intimated that they will refuse to allow any of the firm's gods to be shipped from bond tu cus tomers in the other colonies unless the cases are first opened andl overhauled by them. They have also stopped shipment of three eases of bonded goods which had beca entered to the order of cuso tomers in Adelaide, per steamship Coorong. This certainly seemrns a mosot harsh and unnecessary proceeding, as goods shipped Irom bond pay no duty in Victoria, and cannot be held in any way to interfere with the revenue. An adherence on the Custom...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

SHIPPl OG IN POR'T. in?srs :.' "Aeoyo, 1281, ;-el?titchie;- Stookton, dis * ohargusg ballast. ilsingle, WVite, and Co. agents., /- 0 ". . Illair Hovlo, 1291!, Higgins to loa I for Sa Francisco; isn treani_ Bngle; WI'ite, and Co. * leid l allsend foSnoi Francisco t B Waace, conflict, 1071, Hardy" 'isgle, White & Co. agents; Horseshoe to sail for San srancisco Fiji, 1407, Bronn; R, . B. Wallace, agont "streim, to load Greta for.Sen Franoisco Firth of Olyde,_824, O. F. Stokes and Co. agents; Horseshoe, to sail for San Francisco Invererne, .74, Foreman. Bingle, White and Co. agents j Horseshoe, to sail , .Mitredale, .1230,.. Brown. .It., B. Wallace, agdnt; stream to load Greto forSan Franoised Bdonts, 627,. Pearc. G. Hewison, agent bilad op' ," "' . SSaliobury,109?Caso. RIt.13. Wallace,agent dtream . ..... *'S vehas S!w.edinl),. 76.8,Nylen.. Biogle -Wlii ?,id Co ogentr-- loading Anvil Ceec at Nooi. Crone-f"oSsIs FranIEico 1 "Slver Eeiae 987, Richard. J. Reid, agent. -?leracolhie...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

PARLIAMENTARY' LEGISLATIVE ASSEMIBLY.; I WEDNESBDAY, ,xvY ,7, 1876. (FQooa OUR PARLIAMENTARY uRPOeR .) MaINISTERS stated, in answer to questions': The bell-buoy had been nlioored off Nob by's since 11th December, 1872, and had been adrift from its moorings on three occasions. The Government were not aware that the cause of the You Yangs -eiid Kembla touching the rocks rbcently was attributable to the absence of the' buoy. General instricfetions were issued to surveyors'to. reserve fron sale or con ditional purchase any land where tlher was natural water. Arrangements werq being-made. for the survey of the cor ditional purchlases in thie distriot of Peti rick's-Plains."-Out of 350 men oel, tu Sluthbern and Western railways sixteen were fined in March last, and the fines' amouritisng to £7 7i lOd.' deducted fromn thelir wages. The guiestion ,wlhether an officer commanding.b _corps of volunteers could ignore.thle advice, of the committee of thle corps, in regard to the finances of the ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

- SYDNEYP. A1IflfVALH.q J 3.-4I7.17.. ; City of Melbourno(q.), from Merlbourne ~oo Slioll, borq'uC from Oni~ahoriogo Ot'dt Hobar&(a.). from Wnarorbool klo~ddo, barquo, firm Wunroaibool

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

OTR - ' MELBOURNE, Wo,, nW eday. A maninamed Barker;o pook at the Survey Camp;'Stawell, died suddenly from apoplexy.' The oGovernment intend to do away with .tbhe?Mining Department, and amalgamate it with tliohe Department of Mines.,It is con sidered that a considerable savipg,?may' be effetted.; *. The late Mr, O'Grady's oestate will only realise £1700. It has therefore bepn resolved at a cogmittee meeting, presided over by Sir. Charles G. DufTy, to mllkp a special offort to, obtrain .plbseriptions, which now amount to over £1000. The meeting was only held last night. .

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

SAILOD.. Hero (in.), f~r .&uoklaud

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GUNDAGAI. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

*i.i . u,,,,Wcdncsday.1i Tho lesseg&of tho Alfred Bridgo, wlid leoaisd the tolls fon £800 per annum, has sustainod considerable loss in consequcnco of the ovasion of tho payment of tolls by,tho owners of shcop and cattlo crotsing thoe Murrumbidgoe:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

SEWING MACHINES HOIME PHUTTLE SEWIKG 1ACHINES. ' SP ClL CAU'tION As there heave bhn sUome Uorthless German Imit.tious brou-ht into this market, purchasers must becarel tolook ftbr thie name of" M. MOSS A CO.," which is stamped ou the steel eide, and ouv no .liachino unle ss so lamped, no matter i[y whom they are oflesed or under what repreusentation or excuse. It All iGenuine Hlome Shuttle Machines are stamped "it. 2IOSS'& CO., Sole Agents-' YWALTER NEVE, Agenlt, ilunter-street, 61 Newcautle CI ERKTIlIUAT i Oi0 AGENO I IMPROVED HOME SHUTTLK, SEWING MACHINE. This Certifies that MESSRS. .LMOSS &CO., ot Sydney, N.S.W., ro thle SOLE AGEhTS for, thle Sale of our IMPRIIOVED HOLME SItlU'rTTLEI SEWING MlAO? INi. in Austrlie, anti we have not, and will not, supply any other parties with the Improved . I ome Shuttle Soewin Machine for sale in Australia. JOHNSON, OLARK, & CO., Manufaoturers, Boston, U.S., A. Dee. 22nd, 1875 , w All Geniiune Maclhines stamped "H . Moss &...

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MR. ERNEST GILES'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

lnM. EIINEST GrILEs'a Ex?PDTIONo.-- We hear from the Sooth Australiain Register that a telegram has heen receiveil from Mr. Thomas Iorgeso, dated Geraldtorwn, Western Australia, April 22, stating that he had parted with Mr. Giles near Mlonnt Merchison, on April 10. All that time all thle iparty were well. Mr. Giles has now fairly commnwo d his return journoey, and it will be interesting to our readers to knowr that it ii iris intention to adopt a niow aid indepo dent route. Ily striking out a fresh trnct, he expects to be able to make an examination of the Alfred and Mario llanges. From what Mr. Giles sarv in a fLormer expoedlition, in April, 1874, he thlinks it is highly prohable that Iheo may find good pastoral country in that neighbourhood. W ounderstand that tihe explorer is accompanied by four of hi former associttes, and that hie hasn nineteen camels. h'lre whole party are filly equipned and supplied with provisionsr fr eight montlhs. It is alticipated that they will reach Bel...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

* SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. * ARRIVALS.-MAB i 18. New Egigland (a), from Sydney. W li. Whlyte, agent - \nleea Irving (s), from Sydnej? W.K. Loahieand, agent . Assaye, ahip 1281, M?cRitchie, from Port land, Vieto:ia, 2nd inlstant. Bingle, White, and Co., aogent Franecoi Cail, Frenclh Iarque, 89, Le Fur. from Sydney. C. F Stokes and Co, agents Athena, barque,412, Inglis, from Sydney. G. oa\ison. ageunt labyeito, barque, 432, Hodge, from Dunedin, 2nd inst...J] g ,ageat "re'~ .a ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

SBRISBANIE, AND MARYBOROOUGH. Thi 31ELBOURN? S'I'EAMIHI'P COI. TANY wrill dispath tile Steamships YOU YANGS MACEDON SDANDENONO BAIIRAROOL 00on or bovt every WD-ESDAY SATUR. DAY rom N ewcastll for Sydn.y and 1e! bourno, and the E IN BD'INA from Sydney for Brisbane and oIarboroungh every ALTERNATE FRIDAY.1" S Fares to Sydney :- d. F.n.t 7s. 7 d. Salooth * "" ps. 64. S tee ra g e .. d.. '" e Fares to elbrourne:- Saloon, return .. .. £f 15 0 Ditto, single.o .. 3 17 6 Steerepe ,, O .. .. . ?oeurn Tiokets avalahlo for Two Mouths. Goods conveyed to at from Sydney at re duced rutes. - This Company undertake to forward. geoods p country, freight on such goods payable iso Sy.dney. d passengers and cargo booked for any ot tihe albove ports at N?cwaOtle. WARD SMIT A .. Compns Wharf. . SIT. A. A. Cuupan3~'OWharf. 1625 NEWCASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY N (bsTe LIMrn~ir olnrLTED.) ilaitland and Newcastle Races. Ilhe S. S. KElMBLA will run at SINGLE FARES FOR TllE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL Baturday, 27th Man...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

1Snh.-a~Yarra, from Sydney?-Ducken feld, from Syduey

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

DEPARTUntES.-MAYl 18. Ag~os1rni (.) for Grndto·. Y. V..KC. New Eug1and (s.). for GQraftion. W. :'H.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

WANTEDSh; __ ??ANT'ED, fer Respectahle B OA.RDJ~RS. rg Apply to' r[. D. IAL1NO, 62tt 'ANT"D I II f or e O",RNSISH Borh.v.a: ruie' ta"'Mr;' O IIIIIS, Giat, Col a'ld :Shale' ' (?"?l: Office.:' ' . ... Lt,, . ???,?28, (f'ANRTED,' , 'S$?IRT' I NT]ELrI~F](J?' 4 Li D, mbout 15 years ofare. tor : irin the 'Printing Iusiness. Applti to the oliioeof t!is Journal; : ' , . . o I. WI ANT;RED, BOYS to SELL PAPERS. Ap Ipy to lids Office. AN'I'TFRD, TWO TURNOVFPS to the JOB PRIINTING BUSINESS. Apply to the Office of thlePiper. " ? ", · . :1TAN~T:PED, Cocmptotot Canvassers for Tinie Y Povrmet Blooks. Good Oommision.. Apply from 10to to 2. A. IIUTCHISON, Tie Original Tirme-pament Bookselle,, tond.dift, Da?rby-street, 339 Loke Road, Newcoastli. ITAN.T I D,'n. few. REsPEOTABLE SBOARDERS. Apply, hlrs..: JOHN DAVIS, Plattsbnrg, Wallmend.. ' 'l+1 \.ANTED.-o Rent a HOUS , omoe "Ohcere in the City. Apply at theL Office of this Paper. ?. . " TENDERS TENDERS FB'(R BAND OF EIGOIT, PERFORMERS, , "', TO PLAY ON...

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(FROM THE EVENING NEWS.) COURA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

(rIIOUi TII E VENfl4G NB1VS.) A requ~isition is being· proposed to ssicit Gesrg~o Campbe11,. .Eoq.,-of je5~ruls to-.stsndi for the electgostoo.:fcroqrl.. _

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Presentation to Rev. M. Foran. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

Presentatioin't io' Rev. M1. Formi. LAST evening li, very ihteresting meeting was liold il'thl s'jol''ubd ot St'lu' aitliedi l, tlide occasion i niig. that ,of, a presentation. to tlo Revi M. Foran, from lhis parishioners, prior'to his doparture to Branxton. The rev. geontloeman lias boon sufiering for sonio time fromn ill health, brought on by continual exertions in his religious duties, and it was delemed o x pediont to transfer his services to the pastorate of .Branxton, tlat heo might binefit by the change of air. It was; how over, considered adviiablo that this change should not take placo withliout a public demonstration of tlhe gobd fooling, ,whicli exists between the. rov, gentloiuan and his flook. Accordingly it,was resolved to prosont hlim with a purse of Isover oigns, and an oleograph likeness of hiumslf, .0ll 'and ''hist I evening was fixed for to'pulrposo, 'tlle dliaitrbeing taken by Georgt 'f'ully, Esq:, Vidce-Cosuii for France. Amongst thosa gciitldinehl presont we no...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. THURSDAY, Received 9.5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

SLATE"I TELEfRAM. (Fron oUr. Sydn Correspodau .) SYDNEY. Tnunsoay, Received 0.5 p.m. FRiiAINHK?ITzt leavs for Melbourne to-nior: row. ,He? willing to run Watson'lO0 y~anlo or 150 yards, for £500. He publicly thalmnks, by advertisoment, tlhe starters andijudgo at he late race for, their imporntiaity, and also the poblio for their ge?ierous trneatment. In the Supr7n-niCoirt-tdo=dr1 the Colonial Sugar Company obtained a verdict for £600, agit Bernard u Wallac for damage to the jctty. Weather is showeory-': ;! I'ho Oulg~orig?Ti'ufClub Iandicap is e opened till the nighit of the general entry. The s`Asembly-adjourns"at- its rising to- morrow till the following Thursday. Tlohe Committoo sat till nearly midnight yesternight, ,and passed the estimatos for: Publio Workd and BuLldingsi Further pro gress has been made to-night.

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