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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

SHIPPING. ' PORT OF NEWCASTLE. AlRIVALS.-MAY 21. Alexntlra. barque, 80O, 'tLaimnt, from Syd neu. 1. H. \VWllace, agent Australian Fovereign, batque, 355, Burcll, from Sjduey. Captain, ageno

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

SHIPPING S HIP I'VOI CAPTAIN D. IR'OI will siot be roaponlsibisfor Dobta oentraotod by any of bin Crow wbiIe in this penb without hia.rit t l "n • Y" JIBtNGLEf, WHII TS sari CO., Agents. NEWCASTLE itUjp·STl~i~idinltf ~OELPAXY. ManitlasnI and Nlewcastle RJaces. The S. S. KIEMBIIA will roan a SlnOLE JArES FOR THE DOUDLE JOURNEY, UNTIL Saturday. 27th May, Inolusive. SALOON.. . ......... STESItIGE............ .7 Id. LeavlongSydney Every Night ao 11.30 p.m. (Saturday and Sanday excepted)., Loaning Ncwos',lo Every' Morning at 10 a.m (Soniday and Monday oexepted). H. D. PORTU!8, Manager. 90? --Sottreet, Nowcastlc, IOth April, 18756. 193 ?TEAM TO SYDNEY, :IIELBOURNE, !BRISBANE, AND: IfTARYOIIOUGH The MELBOURNE STRAMISHIP' COM PANY will dispateh the Steamships YOU YANGS 1IACEDON DANDENONG .BAIISABOOL on or about every \VEDNESDL! Is SATIUR DAY From Newenstlo for Sydony and Mel ourne, and the EDINA from Syrinoy for Brihbauo and Maryhroough very ALTERNATE FRIIDAY. r Fares to Sydney : Saloon .. ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

SHIPPING INY PORT. .Aanye, 1-281, clcRitchio. Stohkton, din charging ballast, Ilingl, White, and Co,, agonts BlairHolo, 1291, Iiggins, to load Walls ond coal tar SanFranciseo; inostream. Biogle, WI-ite, and Co., agents City of Nankin, 096, MIoLcan, stream, to oad lWallsend fbr San Franoisco. B.B. Wallaco, ?:gent .. ' a ill, 1407, Brown; R. B Wallace, agent atre ra, to load Greta for Sen Franaisco Invereror; 74w, Foreman. Biongle, White and Co. oeents ; lorseshoe, te sail litrecdale, 1230, Brown. B. B. Wallaco, agont; No. 3 crane loadiog Grota for San Fran cisco .\tlonta, 627, 1'earco. G. Hewsion,'agent; laid tipt ? • = Saliboury, 1095. Case. B.B. WVallace, agent; Suovenas " (Swedish,), '768, Nylen. Bingle. White, ind Co., agents ; Horseshoe, loaded, for Sau' Franoisco Warwick Ciatie, 450, WVrran, at Jettys: B. B. Wallace, agent Thc Do:uglas. 1428, John Wilson, stream. to load Walloend coal 2or Sanl Francisco; Bingle Wlhite, and Co., agents lrodick art.ic, 1775, Thyoe, Jetty's, to lo...

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

DlEPA.RTURlES.- [AY 20. S. M Stotson, American schooner, Curts, for Son Franoisco, w th 1144 tona coal; Gun. 3litcbell, ogent Ltdy l?:mnn barque, liowden, for .Lolbourne with 22o tons cool; C. F. Stokes and Co., agenta loyce Phillips, barque, Kirby, for Melbourne with 790 tons cool ; It. B. Wallace, agent Sauboeam, borqno, Clayton, for Calcutta, with 480 tons cool ; J. and A. Brown, agents Bohycito, barouo, Hotlge, f r lu~lodin wilh 0010 to0s cool; J. hleid and Co., agents CoAsTrns IsWnODS. Mo'y- 20.-Alert, from Mydnov 21.--Yarror arra (o),'from Sydney Mlay 20,--Lady Emma, nod Tasmania (s), for Sydnoy

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

PEDERTRIANIO[.-LOLst week We stold that Frank HIewitt laid pthlicly challonged to run Watsoef 100 yardo for £000. It appears that tho offer wee not modo in any frbll print, buit Hawitt aBiid to eavorol frionds that hlo would 1lke to ran "Watson 100 yardo for £000. Ho feels aggrieved at thoe injudicioos jubilation of some of tha Hufnltr Rivor papors, wrhihll have gone into ecstories over Watoono' viotory, orad t))inlro tlheir rearors are uncalled for, 0s ho took ]lis defrot like ai man. Watson gave him £20 to~wvrda his oepenaes to faRit. laud, erro Ive will retlirdr tIre erqplirtr2ot with interest, and give hlin £50 to to Melbourno and rnerr 100 yards or uindor for £1(10 or over. Hewitt goes to Melbourne to-roorroav, and in our advertisirrg columns will bo found lil farewell addreoss, ill which Ihe tlhnksli tire atnrter ond referee it tlhe Maitllnd match (I'efR ra. jruuker and ]lolgery) for their kinduleoss and [mpartiality, rind tIre public for their gernorous trentment of a dlefeat...

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

MEDICAL. " OrTA' . I ":SCOVERY. GCREAT "VICTOR,. PROF. GUSSCOTT, HERI?BLST, OBHEIOPODIST, Cure of-DiseaseS In General, Begs to inform the residents of the B~IJNER[ RIVER DISTRI'CT ; - that be possesses the sccret of a ~G?reat Discovery which, has enabled him to obtain SIGNAL VICTORIES ovoerthe greatest enemies ot man. Philosophers are asreed that Natnre is preg nant with secrets, which, if known, would Cure Life of All Its Ills DISEASE as a prolifiolparents f ills--a "monster" which hbs more than matched the learning and skill of centuries. DOCTORS have claimed the exclusive right to deal witll diseese, and they have so conspicuously failed aa to become pro verbial. Napoleon Bonaparte summed up the results of their skill as Inimical to Mankind, and as a rule ha carefully avoided both Dontors and their ;Drugs. The imperious Corsican, bowever, could only speak from the past and frrem whrathe observed. He had no idea that is the fullness of time there would arise one'' PROFESSOR GUTSSC...

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

ALDEL?DE. "" . Fridny. r. James WVhite, M.P., dofendant in the "Black Mail"r case, has boon struck off the Commission of the Peace. Wheat is mach weitcd,buyers offer 4s. 10d: "o 4s. lO.?d.

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YASS. Saturday, 1.4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

YASS. Satordny, 1.4 p.m. Fins warm rain sot in at two o'clouk tliis luorning, and still continues. - 'lTe contractors for. tie railway workos hore callod for all accoonts, to bo cheqeos, by the 27th May; heiCe it is supposoed tllat tleo line will bo handed over to thle Goverimoot by the end of the month. MIr. Whsitton passed over tho line on Vednosday. Tho [nsmieialca CounUil and ths general public show no into rest in the matter.

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COONAMBLE. Friday, 6.47 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

COONAM]LE. Friday, 0.47 p.m. It hbs been raining hero since 2 p.m. yea. terday, and there is no appearance of its clearing off. Bishop Murray and Father English arrived hero yesterday evening. Tho Bishop will givo ebnllrinmtion on Susnday, nnd they leavo hero on l\Monday for the Lower na, quaris .iver.

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MELBOURNE. Friday, 2.44 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

M BLI3OURNE. Friday, 2.44 p.m. The wholesale jowellory' warerhoso of Mossro. P. Folk and Co., in Little Collins street, was burned down to the walls this morning. The stock, valued at £15,000, is irrotriova, bly damagod. 3.10 p.m. James Trevorrow, eonvitsd of a criminal nssault on Largar et Buggs, has been sen tonced to ten years' penal servitudo, three months' solitary coninomont, and fifty lashes. Saturday 11.59 a.m. nullivan, the Naungatapu murderer, is having hard times of it at WedderBurno, He Ilas' forwarded to Government a petition com plaining of the treatmdnt he receives from the residents of the district and the police. He says he has had nothing to eat for three days, because the storekeepers Will not sell him goods, while hie hut is incessantly besiegedBy hoys, who throw stones and explosive materials at him, Ho cqmllajos o? constable Collin, who, he says, porseocutes him, "uli. van blgs for money to enable him to leave tio colony and go wherea his presence will be un kn...

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BRISBANE. Friday, 8.17 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

?JRISBIWs. Friday, 8'17 p~m. 12,000 ounsos of gold wero sent by escort from Draytown to Cooktown. MIr. Tavarns opened tho ttcatre yesterdoy ovoning. There was a full hoUse, and ahighly seccossfel porformaneo. Yosterday a horoo expross, to gap tho troe. grap line to Cooktown, commenced running, ond will continuo daily.. Tho brcak io only thirty miles, Mr. 1lahner lald the foundation otone of tll School of Arts, Toowoomba, with oIaoonic hloonro, ycstorday. Four of the crow of the Stmthearn wore convicted of larccny, assault, and destruction of property. The tin ore received ot 'Vrwick aimounts to 35 tons. The escort left MZaytown for Cooltoown with 12,000 ounces of gold. Reining hcaviy; a flood is expected in the Wareege, which is a banker. . very big flood is enticipated at Charlesville. Aeriyed.--Normanby (s.) and City of 3rie. bane (s.), from Sydney. Saturday, 2.10 p.m. Still reining heavily, and 'every probability of a flood. The rain is generalin the interior. Mfr. Flamstoad, lat...

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

~IUDGEE. Friday. A good many racehorses have arrived in town. A. T. is favorite for tho Mudgee Handicap. The racoeonrso is in fine order. The veather is threatening rain. Gross is first shooting op in the distriot. Thoro are no frosts yet to speik of.

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (ro?o EVEXINO XwEnd.) TAWVORTH. Friday. At a public meeting hold last night, for the purposo of selecting a person to represent this electorste, it was decided to request Mr.i.inag (of Goonco Goonoo) to stand. Mr. KIing add'ressed the meeting,- and was. favourably rcceived.

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Wallsend School of Arts Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

Wz:lllsend School of Arts Debate. Tiae frst of a oeries of dlebates to he held in conoeetion with this institution dorineg the .ioter anld sprineg months, wos held on Thoro tlay eovning in tilm hull of tile building. Thero wots a fair attendance, ond Mr. J. Y. NeiLson presided. The O[tAIcrAN, in tomn well chosen rc nearko, introdcteud Mr. lushhton, ws'ho opened the dolbtt on the question "Are tiheatrirul omeuseotsteeinjurious to society." In introdtneing tihe maotter of deiato the oerner regretted tim asoenc of tho 11oe. M1r. WVcstbeott, whlo, owing to.tihe olmnge ofttlo night aos not olho to attend. Other gentle on score aleso absont, end h. craved the indulgence of thle louso ender these con sideeetions. The quetstineonlo lece h nndertlken to introdluece waes an ialeeorteent oieo, enet it letd oceiteied. tie ottention of a large class of peopld. TTho elftct of tiee tihetreibv tiee harge ntnuleer eeho wosrshilppedeat its slrino, nmlst oxer? es greoat'inllucnee et? the present nd It...

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GUNNING. Friday, 4.23 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

GUNNING. Friday, 4.23 n.m. Thu bjsinoss of the police court hbs boon postponed for the second time within a woek, in consoqnenco of thore being only one nlugistrato to bo got. Great inconvenionc is tlherofore felt by the public.

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

lYltrlttaltl Mitirer. TIII usual Idonthly i11auting of the aeove Illillers wIs hleld in the Rechabitos' Itll, Lamlbton, on Thursday ovcrl-g last. MIr. r.. Tlhirntoo in the chair. The OGimenl Secrutary was preseut. The inuates of last mIeeting were rea:l uld coutirlhod. NOMISATION" FOII TIl OFFICS oF CII?U;= The meetillng then received nousiiuitjolli for tile office of check sveighuiia'i for tile elSUill throe lontla. Mr. I'eter Graint 15as tile only pcr1o1 noliltlllto d. WAltArAn lourfoll. A letter was rc'td frollm Dr. Stokes, the reskient doctor at \Vanrtali, sublmittilng all altcrartion of thle slurgery hourII's. Tile CUAXILmI'a 12tid this letter ellould basve be1n la110l befrme tile MeIlicall Corn. mitteo, but tlhey di1 Ilot knlow wh1o tIle Ilemlbers of tile collmlmlittee were. Ill tllat case it Iled been 111 before tile locall cOrn Illittce, anld sent for tle conlSideratioll of tile full mootinlg. Several thlell spoke against tile lours Iro~posaed by tile doctolr its tlhey wIla ...

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

HILL END. Friday. HIickson, Creighton,-nnd Ileara's crushing yielded 470 ouncs . fro0m 6 tono of otono.

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

ANTEDa ferve Respetable BOARDERS Apply, to lMrs. .). LAING, Plaitt o~g. 620 XTANTED,. SMART iNTELriGENT VVL i), cbhut 15 years of are, to learn the Printing Busiocas. Apply to tihe office of this Journal. . ..... I,\ANTED, BOY,°S to SELLAPPERS. Ad • Ip'yto tiff Oltece. "'V N T l,] a feev RESVEOTAPA3LE BAtRD. S Apply, Mra. JOHEN ])AVIS, Platteburg, W aVlsend. Rl, W7ANTNDU.-To Bee~t a HOUS , 'sme T "liere i the City. Apply. at the ofiee of thie Paper. c(TrAN'l'f.0; TWO TIJRNOVIIS to tire VV JOBt PRINTING BUSlNESS. Apply to the OtRfe of this Pnper. TENDERS [S41] 41) The t'resury, Ne, South Wales, Otd MIay, 1871. CONTRACTS FOR THE PUBL3 C SERVICE. FonAGro t 'IiTi r- POLWCL. ITOTICE is hereby 8i'en, that Tenders- will be received tlt this ofice, until Noon of Tuesday, the 8th hon next?, tbr frnri.hing the asuplies undcrmenesoned, in such quantities us say.he roquirod, frum tno ]lth'Juue, 1876, to the 31st Mlareh, 1877, upoi tho conditionis specincel in Qoaerennent Gazette of 2lth Juauary...

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

T olwo ColmL sM1msesoa . - It WAs ra ported to the police yesterdoy -that Elbza Ileilly,i 11 years of ago, dlaughter of David oill-,), Lower iacquarie-ostreot; and 'Jane Williams, .16 years of ego, .daughter of MLiargarot Williaos, .widow, ,Old WVLrf, have boen missing from their homes since Monday lIiot. The tw'o giris,:itia supposed, loft town together, but ticir destinmtron is unenowln. Ieillyis deseribed as a olight-built girl, .with fresh coinple.ion and" dark-brawn hair, and Imaod n, when last saeon, a dark puce dress with threoo rows of purple bnrid mood the bottom? of the slctl. \Villianui is stout-built, with freshls comlnlOdOn and dark-brawn Imir ,' she wore'a dLark mourning dress flouncod, with white sprigs, and a white straw bat trimm, d,mdwith, blaCk. CnL. -? Uobart T"owl, 'lfi'lrsar M~ay 11. SSheotlyr rfter the Rns. ChnrlosClarko began bi? hsctl?se on Tueslay niigiht in thoe PrinCesr: ,'rlet(sacs .theo.enldi!go Aicderuisor), a re s,st.abl3 dressed woman in the frst roe...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER XIV (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 22 May 1876

HAUNTED HOUSE, TlHE SHADOW AT RTIVER HALL Dr ?,ss. J. H. IOIDDELL, AcPaoa O. ALc-eF • ABse,?, GeOsse GT?,, BO. O. . CR1TER XIV (CocevuUED.) 'As I walked home that evening, an idea flashed into my mind. 'I had tried all honest means of raising the money;. I will try dishonest., M?y credit was good. I had: 'large transaetions with first rate houses. I was in the .habit of discounting'largely, and I-well, I signed names to papers that I oughc not to have done. I had the bills put through. I had* four months and three days to turn .round, and I might, by that time, be able -to raise sufficient to retire-the- aceep tances. 'In the ineantime, I could face Mr. Elmodalo, and so I wrote, appointing an evening when I would call with the money, and take his release for all claims upon me. , - 'When I arrived at River Hall he had all the necessary documents ready, but refused to give them up in exchange for my cheque. 'He could not trust me, he said, and he had, moreover, no banking account. If...

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