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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

AtELBOURNE. . Baturday. Before any notion was taken by the Govern mont against Messrs. Sotevenson and Sons, the firm, to prove their innocence, handed to the Customs authorities, a number of in voices, on the understanding that they would bo returned. The Crownm Solicitor now, how over, refuses to give them up, but it is settled that these invoices are necessary for the firm's defence. Another arrest has boeen made in the case of the Burrumboat outrage. The son-in-law of Mrs. Rceo, the victim, identified a prisoner in the Melbonrns gaol, named Jude, as the perpetrator of the ontrage. The prisonerwas brouglht up at the City Court, and romanded to Ballarat. Tihe Governor launched the first life-boat of the Victorian Humano Society on the Yarra to-day, at the Prinoo's Bridge, in presence of a large nasemblage. The Premier stated to a deputation yester day that a bill for the registration of trade marks would be introduced next session. ,Ionday. An old man, 655 years of age, has been fo...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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COOKTOWN. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

COOKTOWN. Tuesday The escort left Edwardstown yesterday with 18,000 ounces gold. At Hodgkinson's, alluvial matters remain quiet, and the reefing prospects are splendid. Great fears are entertained as to the safety of the Duke of Edinburgh steamor. It is apprehended she has gone down in a gale on the coast.

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GULGONG. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

GULGONCG. Monday. Tho monthly escort left this morning with 2514 oz. 14 dwts. of gold and £229. A splendid rain fell from Friday at noon till Sunday morning.

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CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

OUSTOU HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 23. Pet, Westbrook, for Hobart Town, with 400 tomeoal. C. F. Stokoe and Co., agenta Westaria, HeIlop, for Adelaide, with 600 tons coal. G. Hcwiaoi, agent Dauke of I'dioburgh, J. I hompson, for Wole linglon, with 580 tons o.o.p. 1. \illiajon, Seoepr»r, Crockett, for Lyttleton, with 492 ton« onal and 20 empty cases. J. end A. Brown, .ge,,ts TasTo, Moulton, for Auckland, with 365 tons coal. J. C. Elli-, agent Frowning Beauty, Thonmpson, for ,Melbournr, willh 510 tons coal. Charles F. Stokes and Co., agents Coq du Village, Edmonds, for Port Chalmers, with 430 tons coal. J C. Ellis, age.t City of IIobart, Evans, for M.lbourue, with 00-ton coal. Shaw and Co., agents

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MUDGEE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

.,MUDGEE. A.T. has gone ,nd ah a been scratoed for all engagemente' • Alter twenty-fourhhours' rain oho reathor cleared up on Sunday morning.b t is now very fine. There is likely to be a largo attendance and good racing at the opproaching meeting of the MIudgeo Taxi Club.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

: WANTEDS. ANT'L?ED Geoeral SERVAN'T. ApIply d: ro[rs. OL RLEWIS, 'Alewick Collier., \Yoodfordl . ' (85 ( -TANITED, a good Geon ral SERVANT. V .:Apply to Mrs. J. Y. NOILSON. Wallseud, 22nd May, 1870. 677 'X/ANTED, a Good (General SRVANT. SV AI" pply to Mr. JORHN Wl.,,S, Hila. horoegh Hotel, or Mrs; THOMAS YQUNG, Dixon-street, Lombot.• " 681 .I7 ANTF'D IMMEDIATELY, a STRONG SBOY, to deliver Papers, and make himself ueolol in .the Shop. Apply iMr. PAINE Huonter-street. ' 0- l (7 0001. MINERS WANTED. Apply eJ) AL,?wic CO LLar, Woo Iford. 684 W A NTED a fow RESPEOTABILE ,T BOARDRRS Apply, Mrs. JOHN DAVIS, Plttshburg, Wallsend. 614 .,T ANTED, o Sm?ll COTTAGE. Apply V V to Oflice of this P1aper. W -T4NTED-.-To Reot a HOUS', oemo ,hero in tho City, Apply at the Ollmcee of this Paper. MEETINGS., A, HE AUSTRALARI, COAL C0ilPANY hExtraordinzarg Qnera1Meeat1l NOTIOR is herelby glion thlitan EXT.RA ulrDI\RY GENIcitAL MEETING of th Shlireholdersnif tid' intr'lasi Odan l C ompi n. (lieu 1d)Jill b...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

.SHIPPING IN PORT. b;irs. Ancayo, 1281, lciitchio; Stockton, dis charging ballast, Bingle, White, and Co, agonts .Blair Hovle, 1291, Higgins, to load Walls ond coal for SanFrancisco; in stream. Biogle, \Vhite, and Co., egents City of ankin, 9?6, IMcLean, stream, to load Wallsend for Soan Francisco. R. B. Wallace, agent " Fiji, 1o07, Brown; R. B Wadla;ce, agent, streamn, to load CGroe for S'n*Francis.o Invorerne, 744, l oreman. Bingle, White rad Co. agents; hlorseshoe, to sail Mitredale, 123, Brown. RI. B. Wallace, agent; 2o. 3 crae loading .Greta for San Fran Moonta, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent; laid up Salisabury, 1095. Case. .. I. Wallaee, agent; Itreamn Savenas (Swedish), 768, Nylon. Bingle. White, and Co., agents ; llHorseshoe, loaded, for San Franocisco Warwick Castle, 450, Warren, at Jetties: 1. B. Wal ace, agent The Do:glan. 1428, John Wilson, stream. to load Greta coal for San Francisco; Bingle White, and Co., agoents Brodick Cantlc, 1775, Thyne, Jetty's, to load for y"an...

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YASS. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

YASS. Saturday. The contractors for the railway have called for their accounts and cheques by 27th, hpnce it is supposed that the line will be handed over at the end of the month. Mr. WVhitton, Engineer-in-Chief for Railways, passed over the line on Wednesday last. The Municipal Council and the general public show no in torest in the matter.

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Newcastle J. C. Club Races. THE TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

Newcastle J. C. Club IRaces. THE TIPS. ' (T PR oEPo0' Dk Y noY.)" Onn Noweastlo"friends are oilied'loro ahout to hold high festival, and will as usual open their Autumn. meeting to-day, Queen's Bir.lhday. Taken altogetlhr tho present meetingpromises to be a great success, as the fields of horses entered for the." good .things" are large, and' the Course pover looked better tihan it does now, consequbently' lIorse owneII aoir« ill high spirits, andi fast gillolis are tihe order of the' day. 'S6nm good work-l beeil 'ddone 'this last couple of mornings,' and those who seem to please " the fancy" most are Express, Smunnyside, Miss Kingston, Zara, Negress, Corisande, The luko, Sunlight, and Whale-' bone, most. of these mentioned have been backed for mnoro or leoss money for their. vwrious eougagements, and somo of them will no doubt land a prizo or two before the meet-. ing closoes. As I said before, the entries are large,.and it will now be my province to'try' and "'spot" a few of'the' ...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

(Br MLEITUIC TELWII&PU.) SYDNEIY. ARRIIVALS..-May 2. Dandenong, steamer, from Melbourne -ious, steamer, from WVarrnalmboot

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(FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS.) PARKES. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

(FROM THE SYDN-Y rPA1ES.) PARKES. + Monday, 4p.m. A foot race for one hundred pounds a sido is arranged bIetween 'John Applett and David Mohan, to be run at Parkes on tile first July. Twenty.fivo pounds a side wes deposited at the Commercial. IIotel on Saturday. This will bo the most interesting race ever run here. There was another splendid shower of rain on Saturday. The weather is beautiful and warm. Grass. looking splendid. The Ga Leondry rush is reported a rank dufter.

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

DEPAItTURiES..-MAr 22. Lesihardt, sramsr, from Cooktown Sea :- Nymph. brig, from New Caledonia

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

QUEESLAND: Parliamont opened. to-day. A largesnum ber of persons were present, and muoh in torest was taken in the proceedings.. Frosh arrangements would be made to secure con tinuous steam immigration."? Additional nego tiations had boeen entered into with Now South Wales will'bo at once undortaken. The moil news by cablegram from Welling too, N.Z, ion Monday, says that it is under stood that Sir Daniol Cooper's mission to Australia is to advocate the abandonment of Kandavau as a port, of. call in connection with the Californian Mail Service. The late America' Secretary of War, General Bolknap, has beoon arraigned for sell ini oic~ s of the stato.: Iabloton, a coiner in the California Mint has defrauded the Government of 14,000 dollars: ' '- -- : A powder magazine explqded at Salt Lake Utah, and destiroyd property, value 100,000 dpqlars. Soveral peopie woere killed. , A snow storm at Bordeaux seriously dam aged the vines. The MIontoneogrins hayve joined the insure gents at Bosnia.<...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. Cirty of Melbourne, steamer, from Sydney Ardencraig. borque, from Sydney EliB Blanche, brig. from Sigopore Alcandra, sohooner, from Newcastle BirsFlyJ, brig, from lireli Bay

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. TUESDAY, Reed. 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

LATEST TELECRAMS. (FROc OUR SYDINEY COI..SiONDENT. ? ) SYDNEY. TUESDAY, R ecd.p ?p.m. TIE weather in Sydney has been delighfiul to-day, and promises to be fine to morrow. The principal events in honor of Her Maljesty's Birthday are the Review and Leve at CGovernment HIouse. Another appalling accident happened early this morning on the Great SoutheonP aiwiy. The body of a man was found on the line near Ashtieold frightfully mutilated, with the head almost severed from his body. The name of the unfortmuato man is,not known, bat he had beeon fonrmeorly in the employ of Mr. Moriarty. of. Marrickvillo. He is ?asupposedi Io have fallen asleep.on the line. The Paciflo Mail steamer,.-City.of New York, is expected in Sydney to-night. Sir DaniolCooper is a passenger. The next meeting of the Australian Jockey Club is fixed for September 2nd, 6th, 7th, and 1th. Entries for . the IMetropolitan Stakes close at 4 o'clock on the 1st June. A fire in a bedroom at Sehradeor's Hotel, broke dut and seve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

MED!O QAL. D R*- N.AMY D" (For the last sine eca-Surgeon to the rppe Goulburn Distrie' Hospitll, Vietoria), i ' WAILSEND . 31 LjiBiioNi iE?iMC? H L.. JOHn*0POPli6rls rdspeetfully So informo: the inhabitants at.Larbtn, how Lamhtoln, Wall end, Halisilton, and urloulndisn g districiht, that he has. commenoced busines s .OlEMI[STAND DRUGClSTf, in Elder-street, Lniritobn and hopes, by keepiug nothing but' genuide rtioles, asnd strict attention to busiess to meril ashare of their pa'rounge. A .. Physicians' Prescrip'ioas and Family Relepes c?refolly prepared. .. . • , , r Gesio n Hose0 Cattle, and Paten HedI cines, alwaysve in stock. Note.tho Address- I Opposite Cambrian House, ELDER-STREET, LAMBTON. ,474 - T • I THE Greatest Blessh ian CIan:EIJ nJoy. J. H. FI'I'TZHERBERTT, Surgeon, Mediocl Botanlist, cnd MeehInical Dentis, has arrived at the Nortlhumberland Hotel, Singleton, and can Le ronesulted on the best method of insert ing Artificial Teeth,- ipreoerving: the Symnmetry of the mouth,...

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INUDICIOUS INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

INIUD!COU8O INVEsTMIENT.-rni1ng a) ebiing1 ao eo a renny-rmmd.-- Fun.'

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER XIV (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

-HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL *Br.SiP?a. J,:1. lrDioosl, AERRo op A.:L?PE'? ,i' "' I,.A Et BG, G &amp;onoa.Gss n G?cs , . " ..' CHAPTER XIV (CoriNOED;tt " ''. .I hadilost my health there,'.and "my love too Helena was now further re moved 'than ever. She was a great heiress. 'Mr. Harringford had left her ll: his imoney; absolutely, and already Miss Blake was considering which of the suitors, who now came rushing to woo, it would be best for her neice to wed. SAs for me, Taylor repeated by way of a good joke, that her aunt referred to ao as a ' deeent sort of young man, who seemed to be bat weakly,' and, ignoring the fact of ever having stated 'she would not mind giving fifty pounds,' remarked to Mr. Craven, that if I was in poor eireumstances, he might pay me five or ten sovereigns, and charge the amount to her account. Of all this Mr. Craven said nothing to me. He only came perpetually to my sick bed, and told my mother that whenever I was able to leave town I must...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. ARIIVALS.-MAY 23. Mary Miller, barque, 27.. Valentine, from Briabane. I. Hewison, agent Aberyataith Cnsale lind Connaught Rangr. ihip,, fr.om;Mlolorrne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 24 May 1876

or=* * ** * .:,,:SHIPPING., .. .';,,? RTISH SHIP '",rAMES Ofp APTAIN J. will not be rerponaible for Debts eohtractetd by any ol bias CrOw whilo'in tbzio'port witlhout .his written nathorit)y, BINGLEIV.gwHTl0Ean0d CO., :C76 Agents. 1TEWOASTrLE STEAMSDIP pOMPANTP Newcastle Races. The 8... S. KEMEBL will rn at SINGLE . ..·~ FARsES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, ., &amp;lt; .. . ·UNTIL . : : , --Batturday. 27th May,~ inclusive. : SALOON..., ... ..*. 12s ed.... :STEIEIAGE.. d.......... 7. ' Leavig Sydney Eery. Night at 11:910 .p;1. :'(Saturday nnd SnndaY exdeptrd).'' "'' Leavig Newcastl Everiy Morning at 10 a.m (RSunday arid Monday excepted). . . . . ',I; ....,.H D. PORTUS, o ~~ " "" . " 1Ma1nager. o? eT-coU-tred N'eunnatlr, 10th April, 1876. ' 'I.191 .GRANiD) STEAM EXOURSION OVER LAKEI MACQUAIRIE. ' -lThe Well-known and Faorerito Steamer 4rioneer," will steam ovar tile beautiful waterns fat Lako Macquarie, on ' ueen's Birthday, May I4tlt. Leaving Speacer's at 9 a.m., and Belmont at 10 owlo...

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