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LAUNCESTON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876

SLXUNCESTON. I: ) " Vedunaday, , The ?ck oft;i rl'etrel. lost ,?ve yen.rs ,ago, wak brought td the ~iul~fco b3 .a ;sborl~ol.?? The wreck was bought by 1r. clepslii-": weight for £10 __

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876

CITY 8& DISTRICT. N- --NEWCASTLE. HE? D OveR.- TlIrough ? prdssureO'o n' our space, caused by the insertion of the Coal Mines Bill, we have boon obliged' ti hold over report of doba8e in connection with .'allsond School of Arts?,;Wctratah miner's meeting'i diatrict nows, and locals. CoA0 i'MlisiEIh ' BI . - The ':Cnil Mincs legulation Bill;i as just passed by 'the: Legislature, appears in extcno in our supple incnt. , .[mnaprove: of :great importanuo. te -ur mining readers, and we would recommend 11 to keep poir:dopioesfor %uticSf oieoa'e :nce. VICTonrA TeEnATene.-By advertise. nit itbwill.be asentlmat a really fine bill .hlid bcen arranged at tlhe thliatro, for to-night, egardless of cost, and, ais tie traina will not leave Newcastld or the' mining- townships' cntil 11 o'clock, we hoope the colliers will -ppreciotoe r.'Jonos' coeduct ill putting tlio' lheatre at their seryice for tihe day, iand give in a bumpor houe'o at night. isis uniccceos ar to .nakoe any comments respc...

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876

° - [Bt 'CAL.:]. .W, . iugtont'W, Wednesday. Tho oclioonior obil., from Sydney, ls ar:-. rived nt Aucklaind;, iid reports thit thle cap tain nnd biot' 'crow, of four wit hlibro at' Sunday Iulsld, mid dinllnot return; it is Sup.l 0osed tli'dyr?"io'.drowncd. Thle aitlbritiea sarcheoa'thi vessel, tliinldng she was a sliver, but found nothing irregular. Thomn:tosuidtho vessel wns'fitted out for pcearling, but Ieo Ilasx since admitted. to a detectivoe that the vessel. was a slaver. 'Tlh circumstances Imvo heelon reportcd totlho.captain of 1L.3M.S. BIrmecut .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876

MARRIAGE. THOMAS — LEWIS. — May 17th, at the residence of the Bride's Father, by the Rev. Robt. Williams, Congregational Minister, JONAH THOMAS, Walls- end, to LUCRETIA, second daughter of the Rev. Evan Lewis, Lambton. 684     The Newcastle Morning Herald AND MINERS' ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MAY 20TH, 1876.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876

FUNERAL. FUNERAL.     The Friends of Mr. JOHN BAN-     FIELD are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of his beloved   CHILD, George : To move from his   Residence, Brookstown, THIS DAY,   at Four o'clock. A. C. ROBINSON, Undertaker, 654 Wallsend.

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[?]EMONSTRATION OF THE DISTRICT COAL-MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

ONSTSBaTION OF TOE ISTBIIIT COAL.MIINESEY it ,b 1Ie ii been . anxlonsly eiard to by tlte o allcig popuna t district, aS a5 ii 1ean11s of i ' 1 .ciioliaoiotg thoUitaselvet, and acelobmrtivo festival in hlonor of " versary of thle agreement eth o masters aid the miners ac aid with that snccess 4sceiors of the Isinor's Union fdfosrrsdo This failumrs most e0y;be attributetd to time wees rr the two previous darys the jt0nfalmlng at vwrcous in1t5rv, ls liscsiiild tle 1srobarbi!it;' of ingd 'etelsivo prognuttl i "g i tjneay arbmicd bly time Comti1 tr~riect nail, began ti antiul. There apipeiarinlg to tr in the wcathier, time thlought it adv~isable tn Irnrke fsfr the delivery of thle Sthosf t Om2 tle neltvh w ho ad :dto, nddress thle stalwart ires of the real prosperity of .tIn aaecoindco icwithl this idea ttee waited ucln dir. B. N. miire 111011 sleha teress tlh eIatr eiglt ble engaged for the W r. Jones, with chearaeteristie inforomed thie deputation e tie lessee, dir. John Blen 4ith buil...

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WICKHAM PUBLIC SCHOOL. To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

WICKIIAII PB BLIC SUi-OOL.. 2o the ,ditor of hZer- ld and Advocate. Rio, "A Besident of \Vilobsbn ," writing on t',o above sulhicot, in yolur iswue of this d:ay,· tapertitoentl, qoeotioni? tho probability f too ' itooumbentofltho \Viekheaut o Cliorch of England eattformtlno io ocrtain eolditiooa of leasoeold, porlthased oy thant geotletnmat from ttr.;A. A. anitgar..- Tid is tsurely a quectiotn bheween,.the two poreon namedl enod In am it a lose to hnuw in what way time tnonloOnpltno owith tile termso of purechas canpoosibly eli'et tho Pubalio School movement," nor do Ione otty reason why it should occsion "e A Iesideait of Wicebl;aio" any wonder, that some of our great iollneitiil older men do not feel tisposed to-give away a par Lion of beihr ltoolor Foeeool porproses, .h gift wrould assuredly bo folly iiprccmted hy the residonte, butt I searelh I inlotl etatie, of "o A .llsidont'f I 1.t1er is oaileuliled no influnce the gtienthmnn referred to grint it As a ilfirulty alpeanrs to ha...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

CORRESPONDENCE; Let it bo distinctly- undc.stood that' wno do no identify ousclet with the opinioons expressed by our eroretpoldeetes. All comneunieatetlm'lel st IllarV tie names ansd addsis.es of the seitere o'" ttores, not nerreertly for thublttotitn, blat os a guarouetee oa gaoit foih. "Wo doa't believe in islttsertin letters:.owhon thoy ajlper ill other papesr also. "l~ejectcd coeusenieattoal will not be retunlcdl.]•

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LATEST TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

LATEST TXEi: c L hAglS FR{OMI EUIJOPE. (FRo.i TIlE 5. 51. UCOALO.) Tue following cablc?anns wore recoiced by tile steamiur Blowen, brought from Sin gsporc : Loeaew, April 21. A panie was caused, partially by au no rumnour of a chlanige in the Russian policy ill tleu East, sod difibroncos having ariscn between Counts Ainlrassy and n orikof" The upnic has since subsli ded. .The Q~icenl's :titleof Eiulprcss of India hla been approved of in Rlussia. Tliu Queen is visiting Gotla, accosepass led by Lord Carnarvuos. Lord':Derby, during his retura to Lon doni, had a lngthy isintcrviow with the Due de Cazas hi Paris.. Tihe nsil steiniso r Surat, whlicl sailed frons Sonutlicniptoin oss tlo till April, was; towed inito Lisboin, having damiciiged her shaft. Tile Asistrnlia leftLoildoi oni the 12th April, iind will translip her Inuls, passellgers, and cargo. O1n the 18th April, thl Eiiperor of Gur siany visited Queen Victoria, it Colhurg. Tihe Prince of WVales visited nMalta, Gibraltar, asnl Sev...

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FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1876, [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

FRIDAY, MAYl, 1870, Ministersstated, in answer to questions, that inprovements upon recsrscs whicls were afterwards revoked vere a bar to conditional purchase; no Crows lanrds whicis had been hiproved to tise extent of a pound per acre were open to selection. Mr. F. BS3orTom presented a petitidn froms the jurors of B3athurst, cousplaining of being insufficiently reomnerated for tseir services. • Tile petition being printed was ruled to be informal. ". Mr.*PxnoDNoTo N presented a petition from thle Murray River Selectors' Associa tion in favor of thle cancellation of tis. Yanko Reserve, Time petition was received.. Various docunsnts were laid upon the table by Ministers, and ordered to be printed. "Mr, F, B. Surros dihected thle atten tion of the Minister for Lands to tihe con duct of one of thle Commiesionsrs under tie Amended Lamd Act. This gntlenman (Mr. Rose) had, attended a meeting of free selectors at Albury, and hlad spoken un strong terms of disappropriation of .tho land laws...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

:; Stockton Agiency. "TAR. ALEX.IBROWN hab been APPO"NTED lVJ. AOENSI' for thl journal ot STOCKTON, from whom paprs coon boe rordcol, and ord?ro for Adveotioemenot or Job Printnto left. J. NI. SWvEE'r, _'roprietor. "]?erald and Adoroate Ofitce-, "2od April, 157d. Port Woratahl Agency. ATRI. WMr. OAIlAND, ofroot WortbboO LVJ. bern appoitted Agret for thisjournaol af thot town, noldis auothorided to reeivo monie on ouracount, J. N. SWEET. rIroldd and Advocate" Offiro, 9thb3oy, 1070. QIic MtcbcastIc f?ornilng ?tcraIb AND MINERS' ADYVOCATE MLONDAY, MAY 22xo, 1876.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 18TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

LEGISLATIVE ASSE 31BLYJ TIXIrI5DAY, MIaY 1Tru, 1870. IMirisTEas stated in aiiswor to questions: A public school teacher had beon filled for "'agrsavated assault" on a boy pupil. An inquiry was iistitutcd by thie Counicil of Education, and the nmount of the fine anmd costs rofunded to tho toaclbr. Tihe Colonial Secretary would lay on the table of the House in a few daysthe imusigration regulations. nA uiiber of other questions were asked, but they were of no general importance. Two messages were recoived from the Council, one returning time Randwick and Coogoe R.oad Trust Bill, writlhout anmend smenit, and the other inviting concurrence in time Mining Collpanies' Bill : which was, on the motion of Mr. PAKcES, read a first time. Mr. RosenTsor moved that thie House, at its rising on Tuesday, adjourn until thei following Thursday--over Queen's birth day. Mr. JAcoo moved, as an amendment, that the adjournimeist be from Friday, iu stead of Tuesday. Thue anidment was carried, by 20 to 13. ...

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The Drink Evil. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

The Drink Evil. WuEsn an evil arises, or, having arisen, assumes such importance as to threaten the safety of tihe people in any shape or form, it becomes imperative that the guardians of society should step in with whatever means may be at their com mand and exterhminate or lessen the evil at once. The great misfortune lies hero. .When individual interests are threatened :sech seems the state of society that broad national interests are swallowed up as quietly as possible. It must be conceded " Many men many minds," snd, consequently, nu meroos complaints and objections filed by sections of the community as intolerable evils, are softened by calm reasonable and intelligent enqairy, nod are con sequently found to be less dangeroos than at first snpposed. Bet should a subject arise at all open to objection, and statistics be furnished either from private observwtion or publiec records, with the view of ascertaining the real facts, surely no one would have tihe temerity to forego evid...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

PARLIIMENTARY C(iasrz 31 II?ISALD.) LEGISLATIVE COUNOIL. TulosoAr, M1AY 18, 1870. Mr. DOCKmE lhd upon the table a deapatch fron the Secretary of State, also report of the Unis:ersity of Sydney for tho year 1875. It was ordered that the docu ments be printed. It was resolved that the House, at its rising, adjourn until Thursday next. Tie Newcastle Paving and Public Vehicles Regulation Dill wras further coo eidercd in cooomittee. A new schedule was substituted for schedule C. The ,easaillng portions of the- Bill were abreeod to. The House resumoed, and the Bill was reported. The report was adopted. The House thou went into Committee of the Whsole, for the forther considerstion the Gunpowder and Explosivo Substauce Bill. Clasuses 1, 2, asid 3 wvere agreed to. With regard to clause 4, MIr. DOCKER mOvcut the insertion of the teru "pyrolig noite" among the list of e-plosives, which was agreed to. Clause U was made to atpply to caurtridges as well as exllosives. Clauses 5 to 10 wore agreed...

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AN INTANGIBLE SECURITY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

AN IONTsNUI]3LZ BgEcUnsrY..-A rather good joko to poker players, cnd those ovhl ,,an appreciate it, was told to us tihe otlhcr day. A gentwent jntoono of onrlocal hanks, and after a little preliminary fencing, mado ovortgres to the manager for the leon of a hundred poundo. It was intimated to him that he could be aocommondated, and the terms of interest were arranged, hat when the mot. tbr of security came to he mentioned, our friend, with an oseumold innoeelsee of smlneer, the very simnulatios of gonlinenoss, produced -four aco and e king. It is needless to eay that upon thle strengils of tllst security the hanlkor did not 'atlet u!s.'--Jlurraossges rgsus. I'n, Major's Creeki correspondont of tlse Breideooed Dispatch satys :--A number of osining visitors arse i ths locality loosling out for mjnersl reefs. Specimens, soeme of those being very rich, are eontinusally turning np, sad almost every osineral that ran be named is found aboust thie locality, especially lead, which I thinlo ...

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

LAM'B'TON. I3AcON.--Soeo of our people have eommenced· their pig.kifiing timno' early thio year, but fdw of them'have beoen'abl to uave thoir bacon. I hoar of eovoral who hlavo killed pigs varying from sne to three hmudredwoightI, ard havo hod every ounce spoiled. ePorons syhowish tq have the pleasuro of eating their pigs after going to the expense of feeding them bId therefore bettor w'ait a whilo longer. T?ho weather for oome time post hoa beon very plofavouniblo for curing purpqse.." TunE SngnP Tupew, --A good ladty who reaides on the Commonogo near the Waratalt Cotmpany's uew tunnel line, left her ltonso on M[onday and Tueoday last, on a visit to eomo relation at Newcastle, and as her husband is working at Greta, no one weas loft at home. When sho retunrne o0 Tuesday evoeuig, slid was urperiheyl gt ncoutg 1101 ttil front door had beun forcoer open. alth naturolly came to the conclnsion that the oloosb inta bhoot roahbod. An investigation was toadu, whole it wras found that notlh...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

CA;VEADIJLL.AM. TsvERa was something peculiarly clmrac toristie in the assertive remark of 1Zr. HmseRY PARKSS on Wednesday last, that there were only 1800 lunatics in the colony. I did not feel so much agrieved on his account as I did on my own, at being omitted in this glorious number. I have wandered about, unbrella in hand, nose up'in .she air, tlerough Gladesvillo, th!e nImbecile 1Asylum at Newcastle, and other receptaoles of the insane, and with a pertinacity worthy of a better cause, I have put on the .appearance of a decayed gentleman, and iave wandered into tihe precincts of the Legislative Assembly, but with all my private prescience, assisted by my indescribable official know ledge, I find by a desperately severe calculation that Mrr. PaRRss has made a numerical error. Heo has 'left out In his calculatmon all the lunatics in this district. I know when they see this, .that they will feel as I do, a species of disdainful contempt at not being gathered in this Wadlhalna. Have...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

WaLLsENI). TUlE DcuruNsviSTnouTc -A long train of earriasgo arrived Ihero on Satorday morn ing it anticipation of a largo numbr'ottOnd. ing the dmnonstration. Tib very nufavoor. ainle nature of the weather howover, prevented butt aloew from leaving, and so thi train left; with very few loaossgers. "Whon the 11 train left there were moore to patronise it, but still not suolicient to represent the real ostrongth of Wallsond, and tio general opinion was that tine domonstration would have to be postlpond, which we sobsecquently learned had been done. ACCID6?NTs.--An accident occurred ,n tloe Wal!sond Company's lns on Saturday by which two coal woggons wore thrown off the line. It appears thle engine was going to t|he pit with a train of empty waggons, and when near tile goodshed points the bottom of one of the waggone camOloose, and bofore tho driver could be made to understand what had happened, tie waggons were thrown off. For ttinately the mislhap was not serious, and as the manager ...

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS ,(RrM0i O5 SYIDNEY CORREiSPONDENTS.) Tue Assembly did some work last night, for bef6re the committee of supply ad journed considerable progress wasmade Wit.l tie estimates, and to-nigllt probably the remainder, with the' exception of th-s postponed ?Fimnates. will be passed. Only three items caused any lengthened dis cussion, and* they related to tise storage of gunpowder, the.Sydney Infinnary, assd to making better provision for thec.eustody and treatment of lunatics. The latter subject brouglst out Mr. Parkes, and gave rise to a smart passage of arms between him ?and tie Colonial Secretary. Mr. Pareescn idendumuid' the inactivity of the Covernupent in! not making better pro vision for the' treatment of our hnatics, and said that time history of our lunatics was the foulest blot upon tisis country, aiid that there was nothing we had done in our'.errors and slhortcomings which was more'discreditable than tile treatment of ourlmnsane. Froinh r. Parkes' statemen't it ...

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

CITY & _DISTRICT.. NEI W;j~es LE. TRIOKETT FlOR s EvcIt--Ti'e friends of the above-ntmned rowing champion of Ano tralia will be glad to hear that a snatch has been 'rranged "bhtwec this popalar aquatic hero und Sadlier of Liverpool, to row for the clhumliouship of tole Thames. The conditious of tho nmatich havo not r,'achld no, but our readers may dopeond upon thu earliost intolligence of tho preliminarios being placed beforo thom. - - CoeL?rars iTul1cn sc ENGLAND. Ourmining friends in the district will observe wsith regret that no loss than 20,000 colliers larce struck in the bbck country, owing to a radnotion of wages. VaoToocA TRATur, --Ae wa? antici poated, the very wet weathlr prevented many from visiting tho Victoria Theatre, on Satnr day evening, but though tihe dress circle audience woo decidedly small, the stalls and pit were HUed with as many persous aus esld e eomnfortshly accommodated. Wro have in a provions issue refcrrcd at lcngtM to tho drama produced--" Black...

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