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TRAVELS OF A LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

TIAV EL5 OF. A LsTnn..-Sasome six wooleo back a 1[r. Thoo. llcnderson, of Wood ford, wraote to us stating that ]is h1ud for. watlrdedYk letter to our uiddress-at Whllsend, ,nclosing Is. in sstatuts to pay sabscription for Ml11iers' Advoealb. '.lit letter never reached ito, and Ms' llenderson wrote several letters to make enquiries about asmUs, and we mndO a rind search to discover its whsersabots, but withsot aivail, stnd so we thosught the matter endedi. Last MIondsnay wreceised ta note from tit Geneerl, Post-osfice, Sydney, stating that san unstotuped letter waes lying in the DeIsd Letter, Ollico for, us, ansd intimnatinsg tlst if wes enclosed Itt in tampa it wvould be foryarded. .,:We cosplied, taird yeotertloy got: :a letter coveretl with - post-olice fligres,stund" utpon optoning it found it wsett thso identical letter sent by Mvr. 1-endlerson.- ''he state of the bitter suggested this usuail amossnt of rod tale hi'rnebu, whicl lchantc torises Government delmrtmsenlol wuhe. loee...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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MELBOURNE. SAILED MAY 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

,MELBOURNEI. SA!rLo MIaY 25th. Claun] Hamilton, oteomer. for Adolhido Lady Dnrling, steamer, for Newosatlo City of Melooarnoe, steamer, fbr Melbourne The barque Frcdeo d dIa l Roqulette, 396 ton;, A. Aloxandre, master, saniled from Melbournoe on the 2sitiist., for Newcantl . Sh* is in ballast, and will sail after loading coal in Newcastle for Guam. The Co-operative Company's steam t"g lion galore, left Newcastle vesterday for Sydney, from whelee shel will tol the birquies Iris and Obiiymiro. Sheois expected to anrrive this morn -g. tlhe harqo Queen Einmnma, Captain Curry from Geeloag, arrived in port oni \ednesdav last. She is consigned to ,Mesars. J. Rleid nnd Co., and brings the following conslgnments. 70 tons potatoes, 8 tons onions, 30 tonis hay, 30 tons chuliF, 10 tons lime, 250 cases apples, 54 coils rope, 55 keg s butter, annd 10 ohecs. _'s. She was placed at the cargo wharf on Thurslay afternoon, nnd commenced yesenleny morning to dicihlmarg car.o. SIhe will probably finishl...

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WALLSEND AND LAMBTON ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

WCVALLBEND AND LAusoTON ROAD. Travollrs oalong this roadcduring tho late rins hod an excollont opportunity of'sooing how woll we- aro cared for in the snattor of roads, and whiit pains are takei to" prosorve those portions which haeo boon medo. From the top? of the hill on the Dark Crook oldo of Ieawkins' Hotel, a drain is cut for the per 0o0s of convoying tho oreator into the crcol near the aValleond Tunnel. Unfortunately, however, for the credit of tho' OnginCOr who designod it, thu drain is'not cut f?tr cnough, and the forco of the water whiolhit collects is sent on to the spprouchcs of tho bridge, in ,its p?ssago to the reok. Thie off?ct of this is to wash away the work already con strutetd, aud. duing the rain to make the bridge impaneable to anyone not on horsoback. A similar exhibition of engineering skill is visible near Mr. SBhipton's Hotel, whore two pieces of road have been made over a blind crook, rn.niing at right angles to the rood. Onthu high side of tho-road just men...

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WRECK OF THE BARQUE ANNIE MAB[?]L. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

.WRPECo OF TII " AIiRQUE ANNIE SMAB:L, SBOITLY after dtybreak on tie morning of the lot,,, sonnll tgig, with sin of the'rew of the onnio .Motsel, Captain Plootiog, 270 tone, bO. longingto MOessrs. Morris 02u Co., of tias port, entered the river with the intel'igecuo tint at a qoortor post nine o'clock on iuunday night the borque soruck a suoken took a few 1,2ile1 oooth weest of the North Saddles, and sonk al'i.ot im mtedittely, allowing onlyasulioicntt tinte for tite crow to take to the boatse. ieloft Noncwuoatle, Now South Wales, wcith cool, oat tit Sth Feb rUary, and at the tiote she struck the rook," a resl, breeze wos blowing, bht there tias o fog, end lit he ea rutnning. The lbug boat ontd gig were lowried;'ntd left tile vessel with all haluos a short time belore she dlsappenrcd beneath the waves. lhe longhbot wvao occupied by tile captila, his nifl, the aerang's wife and her threo ehildrent, nod sir ,Jhtlay seaietn; while the gig"2 wa( undor ttte toarge'of John Leretice, ohiel...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

?IILHOUIINE. SWeodndnay. Tho ?qo.brigacoe' domonstration and.toroh lighlt proooooiou a~t Ballarat woo a groat Boo 00s0. A 1argo oumor of briga doawre ropro sontod, and comoptitions tko placo today. Thaeoathor wos splondhd. " Thdi Governor hold a lovocat the Town "Hall. '., Tho Voluntoor Iloviow heaxr ,Snihldgo bacha, wvoo. tha great attraction, at wvoach,[ thogo i~as au immnnsa atteridanoe, ?T'.lo ttvernor and suite wore prcsont; and th?c'ro wero voluntoers from' all parts of thlo conitry. Tho roviow was a groat oucnoos.' Tho Noloson and Ocrrerus took part in tho ongagomont. All paasedoff withont acoidont.

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COMMERCIAL. Herald and Advocate Office. FRIDAY, May 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

COMMERCIAL. i HIeraml ad .Aslevocaite 0O1cc. TnFaAY, May26. 1876. ' 'rt- rsveiso received at tile Custom House, Newc~astle, -for the week ending M1ay 26th, woo us follows, vie.:-- , £8 Ilarbour anoi Lighterogo ...0,. £81 9 0 Duties .................. ..962 3 '2 Pilutage .................. 1.7. O, 8 Removals ,................. *20 125 0 £1211. 7 10 The interruption to bisiness during the week has bees cilsnideroble; on aceount of the hol days in connection withl Queen's birthday, and the Newcastle nice mreting, but at other inter vanls business has been very brislk. fIhr harbour at preseut is nnt very fu'l of shipping, but it is expected that neat week will be a very busy one, as up ts, late this afternoon not one of the t:vent)y-two vessels aoiioouerl as hbain. loft Melbourne on tie Roth instant for this port, bad arrived. From swhbt we havae hen oprivately informed, itn may be confidently expected thlrt the e?port of our great stap!e comsoarity will lie notcrilly increased doring t...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

SHIPPING. ': .' i'ORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVAL',.--My 26. Firona, (ss), .Mnrphy, fi'om Sydney. I. B. W.lllce, ageoL 3lelrose, bamreqe, 287, Keiney, fronn Ie laon, 15,1, immt: Captain, :gent ,T':a:n, bnltne, 222, L~ontzt, from Sydney; 1. I Wadllace, ogento

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

SHIPPING ---i-""" uTir OCONNAUG oClptoin JOHN H.HAMItFlOD 'gh not ho rosponiilO for debts t'.?.,°ted bh son of his roW -, wi . 'gMo Bthis port -without his tton O-uothor QNGL E WHITE, & Co. 1 .dg2 " ts. " S.aloU S tgerag. days. .. . a .. ] Single Tiok'et, Sydney'.lo .... *." ;- L ;s u tl..; .......;.: ....u. 7. 1 a.d. 7s. d. S H... ... D D.PO TUS, lSgeg . gs . Gnfice , Scott-street,:Newcastle, r 23rd May, 1876;. , . . . SREAT REDUCTION OF? FA{ES TO AND) HWM~ SB1¶EDY, · A.S.N'.~ Co. - A .OON- .. . , .. ..... " STEERAGE ... Sn. RETSuRN .., . .. il 6di 8.C? WY. K.. LOOHIOEAD, 702 Agent. NEOTLA~ SH 'om~LANY Chleap Fares': Chea;p Fares The S. S. KEMIBA naill run at SINGL'E BARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOUINEY, Saturday. 27th. May ,'?nclusive?' SALOON;. '"`' · . "I .~ ~" STEEEtGE..... .. d; ... : .; ,d Leaving Sydney Every.' Night'at.; :ll;n0 11."; (Satnxdayand Sunday cnneoted)o - ·:: Lenaing Newonotle Every M?[orning at 10 a.m (Nunday and Monday eepted) " H. D. :ORTU S ' r ? "# ' OOie-Sc...

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CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

OUSTOM .HOUSI CLEAIlANO ES. M[ay 26. • Rchel Cohen, schooner, Warledge, for .[el bourse, 245 tons coal; ,aptoin, nenat Invlrorere. ship, Foreanno, for Guam. with 000 tons coal, 151 sock. old iron, 20 bales old oinoo; Uinlh, White, asd Co., agents 1Mabel, slip, Wriht, for Sao Fra?coisco, 100 tons cool; It. Il. \Vlloce, uont African Maid, hrik, \Vigooro, for Melihurno, 185 tons cool ; Caotin, ogont - . Cbarfoihll, harque, 1ecIC·ncie, for Lyttleton 521 tons cool ; J. ?olu A. Ilrowrs, agonlo : Firona, (es), nlurph¢, for celimn, with 500 tons coal ; H. 1] \ ull[ee, agent

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

DEPARTULtIs ..4SAT 26. ~ Fr~aculs Call, }'ronohl burque, Lu far,' fur ~uip"dru, Withl 844· t~luu uoal ;-0. F; Stu1se ugualt

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TESTIMONIAL TO SADLER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

TerrsTlmo AL TO SADLnE.- P"obably some few of our readers (writes the Qereen) are anreti thnt Sadler hIas been erecting a boethooso at Teddington to supply a largo and increasing demand amongst: a rowing population theor. Difliculties have, howover, occurred in erection, owing to local preju dices and antagonisms, and his friends who have hitlerto helped him in tids big undor taldng have been sdisoed to take thi'oppor tunity of appealing to all lovers of rowing to give iha a"lift. In wlat form such assist anco will be made is not yet known; but owing to the defalcation of'a would-be friend after his last match for the championship, Sadler eas victimized pf nearly all the stake he won in the event, and is now, campa.xr tively speaking, far worse elf than he was befuto. A testimonial in a substantial shape like a biat-hone built by subscription or by debentures, we wohldsuggest as a valuable ani pennonent means of recognising Ilis merita as the holder, of tio title "uqeitio chaimpions...

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(FROM EVENING NEWS) CANDELO. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

CtANDELO. S Vodnrodny.' Thu Cnndolo Athlotio Club uport, took place to-dtiy. Thu maoeting wao a great sIccoes, tho weratlor bring aU thnt could bo doa.ircd, and thu attondntmo lrogo. - Th" jndgo was Ir. 1'.- Kdrrioon, and thoe. eoiim-. moittro Mcrso. *T. Ii. Wren, I. T. Collinis, ,?1\.:? 0. Solbion, A. J., Cook, and Thouuia llrowno, Thu Slidon0 Plito of 0 sovoroigns, open to lI cornors wlho luted nevor woln an advortisod rioc, ddistanco 1010 yanlo, wose}on:by A. A. Thi Candolo Grand Itandicnip Fhlat lor, of £20, open to all comers, and to bo run in distances of 250, "100, and .10 yards, scoond ,ntn to rocoivo 0 sovoroigns, and tlrtlrd 1 ousooroig, wos wall conteottd. This nao woi won by A. "A. Wren, It. Gant turtking econd ind J. Grillitho thilrdlp1ce. 'the ilying HoaClinsp, pr110 £3, distanico 300 yarls, woo won by \V. llsnneomabd, and W. Abbott boing ocoond. Tihe lIurdlo liaeo, prior, £3, distonco 300 yainls,'ovor 0 jumps 3 feet 0 inches high, was, won by Ahbott, WV. Chopmnnms""ra...

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A STORY OF THE LOST S. S. PACIFIC. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

A STORY OF" TIE LOST S. S. PACIFIC. BY jMES HrAROLD, A~cRtCA; (Author of "Thle leformed Bushmngcr," &c.) PART III. Tnx farm house was sad nod lonely with out hor--horringing laughter and mirth ful mischief all left a vacancy that could not be filled up. Icr parents consoled themselves with the thought of how much sihe would he improred whon.she cnmse home, but in Gcosgo'sbreast their was gloosts and despondcssey. Hitherto her affections for. him had been those of a child; she would learn oil the feelings and emotions of a wonsan ore she returned. He had been all in all:to the child, and tile great source of his trouble was would he. as he fondly desired, be all in all to the woman. Once or twice during the summer Alnnie took a run homd, but her stays were sa short, and she had e6 much to tell of her companions, that George found no opportunity to psobe her mind in regard to himself. In tlie fall Annie came homb and doelared that she would notgo bask any more-that in fact she...

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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

I~IEL13OUENE. .Friday. : Another dostructiro firb hna ocFurrcd;int. Snlidhiuot , whioh uats detroyod four Iargob ?d handsomo shopos.' 'l[h damuogo in botirnotod at £30,000.

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Advantages of Gas in Private Houses. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

Advantages of Gas in Private MIIouses. BY J. O. N. BuTLER, F.11.A.S. [CONTINLUED,] EVERY meter, according to its. capacity, (which varies in proportion to thl num bdr of lhihtls to be supplied-from 2 lights to 500,) is so eonstructed, that each entire ,evolution of the drum (of small metres) d :livers some aliquot part of a cubie foot, or (of large ones) a defi nite number of feet. ',For example : suppose a meter, each of whoso four chambers will contain one-sixteenth of a foot, to have made one entire revolu tion of the erumn, tieon four-sixteenths, or one-fourth, of a foot will have passed through, and when the same drumi has made four revolutions, one foot will have passed, and so on as long as it continues in operation. It will thus be under stood how easily 'the oxact amount of work performed is, by the aid of clock work, recorded. So long as tle working parts of a motor continue in .good order, it per forms the duty assigned to it most efficiently. I have exaniined a great num...

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English Ideas of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

Ensglis Ideas of Australia. Ix his lecture on his travels in Europe the other day, Sir Gavan Guffy repeated some amusing illustrations of the blun ders which are made in the old country respecting these colonies. He said : IThe knowledge of Australia on the con tinent of Europe might be summed up in the fact, that it is an island lying somewhere in the neighbourhood' of New OCledonia, where Prance sends her oonviets and Communists. I shall not sasily forget the frank astonishment of a French lady when s!eo learnt that I was, of my own free will, leaving Paris to make a journey of six or seven weeks, at a cost of three or four thousand francs, to the townless territory marked on her map us La NoIvello 1 Iollonde. Ionly remember two exceptions to this gene ral inorance One was P'rofessor Leonard, of the College of St. Burbe, in Paris, who spoke with know ledge and enthusassm of the advantages of a direct trade between P'srance and Australia, in which our wool would be exihanged for th...

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Ballarat District Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

Jialiarat District Milnin]g. TIuE following returns of some of tho principal gold mines in Ballarat and dis trict, for week ending 13tll Inst., will doubtless be of interest to old Ballarat Inon : Now Koh-i-Noor Company.--Cleaned ep the battery bne Thsursdayue Yield 88 oz of smelted gold front 115 tons quartz. Yield from puddling machine, 29 oz. Trunk Lead Company, Haddon.--Yiold of gold for week, 77 oz. 9 dwt. Winter's Freehold Company.-Yield for week, 226 os. from 13 maehhees. Grand Trunk Lead Company, Spring dallalh.-Yield for the week, 08 oz. 18 dwts., including nugget 3 oz. 13 dwf, Going south tie reef hlns been very hard. and slow progress made, but there is good oosree gold there. Linton Park Companey.--Yield of gold foa tile past fortnight, 32 oz. 1 ewt. Miorey Freehold Company, Linton.- Yield of gold for the past weck, 48 oz. 15 dwt. / Reform Company, Haddon.-Yield of gold for tile week---No. 1 shaft, 85 oz 9 dwts 11 gr; No. 2, 95 oz 4 dwt : total, 180 oz 13 dwt 12 gr. No. ...

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THE SOUTH YARRA OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

T'ic ,eouTn YLAt ,tA O naA? ..The unfortunate victim'of tic"Soeth Yarra batrngu, nlrs. lhmbohld, ie progressing favoueably .unhor the medical care of Dr. Ranmay, and it i con fildently expected that she will be nble to nppoar iii coort on ondlay noxt. The man ltyan is still coaltned in the Melbourne Rool, and will be broue'ht from there to Prahlraee on that diay to ansewr, in connection with the outroge, two separate chbrges which the polieo lhave laid agoinst him, vie., naseanltt tie intent to commit rope and the equally aerious one of assanult witb intent to commit murder..-A'lunn Gncrtrian,e, Me 92.

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Major's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

Major's Oreek. (From our Correspondlent.) SEE?Io that the miners of your district have such a variety of sports from time to time, we feel almost jealous that we lhayv so fewv ; and few (if any) of us able to pay the Hunter a visit on such occasions-well we have tile heart, but not tlle purso thlrofore must submit to our fate. I have very little news to give you from this quiet nook, except that I am able to report a change in.tlhe weather. On Fri day night, Sthi ins'tant, it rained at inter vals during the whole night and on Satur day, tIhe 6th. It was foggy-or what some folks are pleased to term a Scotch mist and during tlie night it fell pretty freely, and on Sunday it was foggy until tlhe afternoon, when + it again came down beautifully for a short time; but little fell during the night, and on Monday, the 8th, it cleared off, and strange to say, that not withstanding such a quantity of rain fell, weo had no fresh in tlie creek. Since then we hlave had some nice frosty nights, a...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876

CAVE ADULLAM. I eauD begln to think tlhst the New South WVales Assemblyalone was to: be adjudged the palm for: blackguardism and while I bowed to tile molinicholy fact whtlssorrow, I saw no way of altering its existence. Judge, my paDtriotioreaders, of my rclief when by roadhii g tlsoe?0,srt of tie mooting of thle sletreholdss;aoftis At~istt~lnsia Coal COmlpany, alt the Miolbourtt,?Athettstion oin the Ith isat, I saw a?t once that at good claim for the possession of the leafy htouounde~utghst be fairly put int by thle slmrololdgt~s aforesid. Thes exclatnation uo'ttl gentleman "That's a lie," ot two occasiolns; tite condtct of tumotitr, re pirating words previously made use of, Sttue hts i" -.viilaitt," and otltor simi l_,r obullitiosts, cettitle this comttpany to the premier coaisldecration as chldmantts for thle disgraceful pro-emttitetnce of rowdyismn, os pecially ats its directorate are re ported as "liavluig bests figlting "like so ttmtay cats and dogs. The prin 'cipal wordy com...

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