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A NEW IMMIGRATION TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
A NEW InranamirTaoa 'r'RIOK.-.Soin extraordinary discloaures have been made: at Wellineton (says a local journal) in reference to the practico of some of the Contineatal immi gration agenta. Tllere is good reoason to belive that soveral nouplos wato have recently eomo out a. married are not really so, tihe men in some inltoao a having left latful wives at homo. An otfitial iavestigation is beobg made. Ono asne, as follows, Iacs bean discloentbefore the German Contti :--A. man seho reoeatly arrived herofrem a Conttinenttal steho, alto itt the official peaasn gol' st it descrihed na a marriotl nan, eacom po?nied Ity his wile ond ctild, states that lhe It a .ti.glh man. Being dasirous of trying hin for ttlltes in Nete Zealand, hIe apptlied to the ticoredited agent of the Now Zealond Govern ment in tic native toen, attIl "was told that, as a sinlo man, he cotld not ho fturnihcd sith a toaSago. Go a eUbecquent tinpplcation he was, told titat only married couples w re requiredf hat the ag...
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
.1'mrliimcultllry, - The Assembly sat till 2 o'clock tin'is morn ing, discussing thoe cstimates, nnd got through with them, excepting those whiechl are agreed to be postponed. 'To-night when the Iouseo cnme to the order of tho day, rosneqting the Woate Supply for Neowe?tle, Mr.,G.' A. Lloyd i?istead of proceeding with tho motion moved its-'post ponement till the 9th proximo. MIr. Canioron then nccused Mr. Lloyd of neglecting tho interests of tho people of Newcastle for party puriposes, and with soocking to swamp the country with immigrants. MIr. Lloyd gav. no explmnation of is action. Tho matter will now most probllbly e sholvced for this session. Tho Assembly is now debating Mr. Parke:;' resolutions, which are not olikely to be carried in their present form. A theatrical liorso-whipping cnso occurrod yesterday, which promises choice diversion.
Explosions in Collieries. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Explosions in Collicries. Ma. W. H. J Ta.ICK, in the course of a lecture on air, delivered at the Manri chester Royal Iustitution, referred to the subject of explcsions in imines, Ho said that the proper ventilution of oal licerieu ws suclI a delicate matter thlat even the heat of tile miner's bodies or of their lamps would afeuut. it. In somn cases about 20,000 feet of fresh air per iinuuto wroe. allowed to pass into the nmine; and supposing this entered the downcast shaft at the rate of 25 miles an hour, the friction to which it would he subeected in the passages of the mine -in other words " the dragging of the workings," as it was technically termed -would probably have reduced its speed to three or four miles an hour when it had gone all through tlhe mine and reached the upcast shaft. Then, as double the usual quantity of air d required in a mine, four times the usual amount of force would be necessary to ciiculate it, and so on in the same ratio. This showed the greatness of t...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday, Reed. 9.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
LATEST TELEGRA.MS. I : (FROM OUR SYDNEY COILFESRPONDONTS.) SYDNEY. Friday, Reed. 0.60 p.m. THE decision of the. Marino Board of Now South Walcs in suspending the certiflcate of Mir. Dalton, the master of the tug Challengb, on ccomunt of the collision with the stosmor Now England, in Port Jackson, Ims been qunshcd by the Supreme Court. An appcal will be made to the fell Court. air. Georgo Boyle Whito,> ' vory old su.rveyor, arid woll-known in the Inintr River district, is dead. ' ; . Mrs. Cook, wife of the commission agent (of Surry Ilills), was found decd in her bed this morning. The body of a man, respectably. attired, wnas fond in Woolloomooloo Bay this morn ing. A womnan nnmedl lRobinson, living in the osighbliurhood of Woolloomooloo,' attempted suicido yesterday by hanging horsalf. Her lusbamnd fortunately happened to be ablo to cut her domwn just in time to save hcr life. Tho poor creatureis supplosod to be insano. John Drury, who wai rbecntly hurt by the fall of a bldo of h...
Coal Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Col RIeturns. Tloe out-put of oaml from thm port of Now mostlo for the week ending 2huy 20, umounted to 18,706 tons. Tho following isiS copy of thu official rotorns. S _dn.y .3..8,.3' ,oe .olb'nw 100 4 .,0 1 7(1 20 .. ...... 45(0l -, Adelideu. 2 . 51 l8 2....l.............. 3o*l 4510 . eld 00..... 1.......1... ,l0. ...... ....1. 0007 l )kU .. iaeu ?10.. .::'. I.7 . ::. :::::::: . 1..... I)74 L Ii cl....l.. ....,? 1(......I...... ...... ......1...... 1 10:i ' . ol ...........i...... ....... ..........10. 103 . rtltll.......i'..:.'. ?I. ' . ..... .......: ?..'..ll . ...? ':. 11.Tos01 .1.yttllets.....17T 1770· Cl'k-?'21 tons wecre shipped firnn Co-opcnltive Colllcer.
Pseudo Philanthropy. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
P'se'edo Plhilanstlhropy° .SYUNeeis a notable place for pseiidd philanthrolpists. There any ;number o 'those self sadrifieing patriots may be found ,who are ever advancing some scheemo for the amelioration of their fol low man, and at the same time providile for themselves some healthy and plea surable oxeitemeet, and fairly remu nerated employment. These amateur Peabodics, Licks, and Howard's may be heard crying out for railways to lovely districts where they. and their friends own large properties, and shrieking for water schemes that, if carried out; ^will make fatter their own breeches pockets. They areo great on advancing the ilterests of the coldny? so long as the advancement .will nec-ssitate commie sions, in whiCel they will find seats or secretaryship's, to which they may pro mote their friends. There is no end to the amount of benefit they would confer on' tho country.so long ls the good idr'rk will proviitdeh ommiseionships, secretary ships, the voting of, the country's m...
FREE-TRADE VERSUS PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
FwEE-TRADE VERSUO PROTECTION.- 1t.ia a not3rioeu fact (states tboe Borier P'oat) .that thoi booK iactorios of Goolburo, in this colonyto fluish without the qdvontitious aid ofprotection. Thopropriotors dt thboo.9stahb lisohmnots forward boots by roil to Sydney, Ihenco by steamor to Melboumo, and round by thu North-oaotorn lnilway to Albury. f1tecr thb expoeoo attendant on a circuitouo route, they are sold os cheap aso tho importod a'ticto, ond o?o" dorqbility aro moch preforoble. This is a nut to crack for thoe lbot monuIfao turors of Meibournb and an indjgestiblo, pill for tho protectionisto of Collingwood. What is the best argument against young ?ldiosstandinguptoplayatcricketP tcanuso" they nover aught to be bowled.
Married Without Knowing it. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
lflarried filthsint"jniowlgn it. A_ Engilhir ani usrned rlhomas Cooper, who disguised as' a Chit,mon, has.re cently travelled inThiibet, is publiehieg a work thereon, and among his anecddtoe is the following : "" He was just halting for breakfa~t oftor leaving the ThibAau town of lht uang, when a group of young gtrls,,gaiy dreos?ti and deokcd.'with gaishnds of floswcrs,oamne out of a grove and sur roaindod himn, sotes of thhm .hohling his mule, whilo'othtrs assisted hitn to slight Ho. twas tlit'e .led 'into'· a grov;, where I oe . found: al f'e est, htgiditig :pro piired, and> after' ho ,had; eaton anld sinoked his'pipe tho girls camo up to him again, pulling .nlong ton their midst.,' pretty girl of sixteun, attired insa sill;' drese suol adorned with garlsnds, of loweors. 'I had asready noticed,' con tinues MIr. Cooper, ' this girl sittini_ apart from the others during the meal, and !wes very muioh astonished whctt she was reluotantly dragged ,up to twe, and mnado to sent helelf...
Chinese Immigrants to California [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Chisisse llusmigr.nmts to Califor.nia Soan Francisco, April 3.-A deter mined stand has been taken by the authorities of this . city, headed by Mayor Bryant and the citizens goner ally, against the influx of Chinese im migration, and the encroaohments of those alretdy here on industries hereto fore exclusively in thohands of Cana inlse. The Chinese in San Francisco now number fully 23,000, and they are finding their way into and monopolisamg all kinds of business with a persisteney and rapidity that hasagivec rise to wide vprhsd alarm, especially since the Supreme Court at Wsahington has decided, on an appeal, that the stats is hclpless to proteet itself in the face of the treaty stipulations of the General Government, and cannot adopt any dis tinctly restrictive measures. Eleven thous?nd Chinamen arrived in this eity in 1875, and judging from the fact that three extra steamers have already been chartered at Bougkoug. for passen gera, and othsor heavy engagements with the camne end i...
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
PARLJAMEliNTAIIY (From our Sydney Gorreopondent.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TttunsttoY, MAy 25, 1870 \It. S'peAI.eIt atllOtlocrt tile resignation of Sir. Meyer, tlelter f(:r Carcoar. Tile seat was declared recant. 2tintstera sttted, itt unswer ln quec. tionto: /'hO eolleetji,t of the plroposed ioterea.el dutis Oil .Ioltoeco ceeuod on Feb. 17th, nud Ithe dul son collected easrefonded, auo antint rt -£2li77 (s l0, plans Of the l11awarro lite would bo blid on tho table beforo the cstiatttoec for the work wrero subtttitted ; the umoutt of aosh to tho credit of the Govoeroteetu in thu Batnk of New South \Vales on 22nd May woas £1,i8,086 I2s 2d; tho qmtanhity of coal carried on tie O. N. I(uilwuy from ist J"antury to 81st Dceethbcr, 1875, wua T98,30. tons, tile revenue for the sattmo bheing £42,748; Ott the Great Veostern line, stme pcriod, 37,761 tons, the revenue for the same hcitng .£14,242 ; for tlhreo months ending ilst Morch, 1876 205,087 tons of coal wyorc carried on the G. N. line, ith...
The Australasia Coal Company. MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
¶h10 Autstrahlsla Coal Co n y=' MEETING OF SHIAREHIOLDERS IN MELBOUlNE. (raoFo Tin: . OUSa, MIAe 20.) A meeting of thu shlarehlolder i of the An. tralasis Coal Company, called byan advertiso meet, was hold it the M[elboorno ktlhoimeiiuii on 11th MaLy, to consider tlho oction of th, directors "in not calliog on extniordinory iseeting, iu reqluestedl by 0 irelliiaisiitl of lnirolholders.: 'r'lheroo ws a vei'y lirge atItild. ntco, tho Haltl bein? crowlell. Mr. ltiehurd HIodgson was voted to thu ctllir. Tirh Chairman explaoied the ohjeet of the mneeting, anid snid that as Mr. tIuniro, M.L.A .. ¢lio led boeon one of tioe dircetors and had resigned, had signed the reqaniition, perhaps heo would inform thie mneoting of thu cierum. stances wlhicel led to iois reoiglntion. MIr. Muaso, MI.L.A., tlhn addressed thu meeting. Hlo said that at the lost half-yearly meeting of thu company e ho d to lapleared before theom s chairman, but on thu prosoent occasion ho appoenred simply as onoe of the sli...
COMPLIMENTARY SUPPER TO MR. We H. COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
COMPrLIMENTARY Sur~etn rn MnI. Weo H. Cooren.--On Saturday avening Mfr. Walter H. Cooper was entertainod at a eom plimontary supper given at Puucl's Hotel, Pitt-street, Sydnoy, Isy a number of Press writers and his personal friends in celebration of iais admission to thie bar of Now -Sonth \Vales. Thore was a largo numebor of gentleminei present, tle room of te linotel being comfort ably filled, and apologies for the unavoidablo absonce of many otlcers of M[r. Cooper's friends were received. Mr. P. C. Breower (of the S. il. llersls, sod thie oldest pressman in the solonyl occupied the chair, having on his right hand thoe geest, and M[r. iehiihsnd Thatcher, and on his left Mr. Charles Lyne, MIr. John Lang, end Mr. Jaiees Hogese; and MIr. J, E. Kelly filled thle vice-clbir, flanked b' embr, pembrolehtourriy, 3r. W. J. Terplee, fr[rlIoaeoRogcrs, andZ\rJohnLovison. Tile sopper did credit to the euisino of the hotel, eMd Lonts, Mr. Peahe's French cook; end wvia served a lo .Risso. Tils w...
Newcastle Borough Council. BUSINESS PAPER. MONDAY, 29TH MAY, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Newcastle Borough Council. BUSINESS PAPER. aIoNAYr, 2DTm MAY, 1878. THe following is the business paper for lIon dav, 2yth : Ta confirm minutes of previous meeting. -Correspondence (inclsuding pctitions anal or, ports and orders thereon.) AldermanlRovooos to move-- ... "That the report of the Improvement Com mittee, dated 1ith lay, be now adopted." Alderman lono00 s to move- •'5! That the WVorking Foreman he instructed to attend the fortnightly Coindil meet ings.'• Aldrnamn CosER to moya "That the WVorking Foremen prepare a spiel. Slcation for emptying and clearing out the watcr.closets Within the Borough, in accordance with the Nuisance Prevention Act, and also fdrfthlediaposal of the night soil; add that tenders bo called for the above work, for teclve months, commenc ing from the 1st ;J'uno, 1878. Tenders to name two sureties for the due per formance of the work." . Alderoan Cocen, to:evoeo:- " That the present difoid of thla Inspector of Nuisances be, cancelled; and that 'aplpli...
LATEST HOME NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
LATEST HOMIE NEWS (PER CITY OF NEW YORK. TnB Pacific' Mail Company's steamship City"of New York arrivud in port last night, after a splendid run fromn San Fran cisco. She brings news to the 2ith April. The English news is uninteresting. Her Majesty's trip to the continent appears to have been carried out very privately. No demonstration was made on her departure fronm England, nor at any point of her journey from the time sho landed in Franca until she arrived at her destina tion-thoHohenlolho Villa, Baden Baden, Arrangements wera .nado by which ll theo approaches to tlhe royal yacht at Ports mouth were jealously guardcd by a strong 'body of police, so that the strictestprivacy might be maintained, in' accordance with her Majesty's wish. The Queen was ac companied by the Princess Beatrice, and by Sir W. Jenner, one of her physicians. The visit to the Continent was to last till the end of April, when the royal party would return to Windsor Castle. The Oxford and Cambridge boat race a...
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL CHAPTER XIV (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOWV AT RIVER HALL Br Mas. J. If. Rlnes.L, AUTnoR or A Lxrs's Aszn, G ORGaE GCeTlr, &c. CHIAPTE~i xiV (COxoLUnEn.) At this juncture her eyes and mine met. She smiled, and I could not help smiling too. 'Suopose we leave it in this way," Mrr. Craven said, addreossing apparently some independant stranger. u:'If, at the end of a year, Misa Elmsdalo is of the same mind, let her write to me and say so. That course will leave her free eaough, and it sill give him twelve months in whieh to turn round. anld see what can be done in the way of mnaking lis fortnne. I do not imagine he will ever he able to count guineas against her guineas, or that he wants to do anything so absurd. But ho is right in saying as heiress should not marry a struggling clerk. Ho ought to be earning a good income before he is much older, and ho shall, or my name is not WVilhiam Craven.' I got up and shook his hand, and Helena kissed him. 'Tut, utn; no, fieb vlswats all thie?' he e...
POETRY. PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
POETR tY. AR~ITINGt. IfI could bFinj my soul to think,. TIhat we shgltl meet aganothin, , ' Doud whe nrte, I would oh Ror om ll tis world of pnuln ; ?w But, oh I the dreadful thoug? thot we, e p .rtedy Etcmni?.n Will sometimss roess5 bmnin; and tht is woe so bau nod deep, I almootwish for endlesulsr p. I knoo 'tlo wrong to love thee--feel There's gullt inevery sigh; But I havc sen soft pity stool, The moisture from thine eye; AndI have felt how kind and warn, Tle oul enompsoe'd in that form; And mnonot say "good-bye," Ibnow 'tio wrong to love thee--yet, I could not for the wnorld foret. lor I have taught my heut to pray, That it might prey far thee; And when the twillht fadem uway, And moonheam h ut'h sa In fervet pae itm ol Thluall thy days may culualy roll, In peare and losL glee; Tho' every lemlne meanit for nine Should pts mylaeal oad light on thine. - . A. woa nTun '. NeeCastle, 3May iith.
Wallsend Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
Wallscll d Borough Council. TuE usnid meeting of this Council was lold on Thursday evening. rrosent: Tlhe M.[ayor, AlId", non Fryar, Ross, AIel, and Gardllr. Il?o ilinuteos oflast meeling wore reead and co,,li r?rled. CORILESPONDENCE. Copy of a letter fromthe Conocil to the Under Secretary for IAndts in reference to thle approalches of Dark Creek Bridge. Letter from \Vallsend Company acced ing to the Council's request for the coin pany to dedicato Hbonart-street' to the Council... • Letter from same in reference tO the crossing at Broouktown, informing them that the crossing would only be granted on the conditions proviously forwarded.' Letter from MIr. J. 'LV. Brooks, dedica tilg the whole o t he strcotsofBrooks town to the Comucil.:-= " Letter fioma certain.residents in Iet calf-street respecting the state of the road opposite Mzr.-R. Shaw's store. Referred to the Improvemont Conmnit tee. MAhYOR'S 5IINUTEO. "' Gentlemon,- The r.tpaper nhave all been delivered, and a considerable n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 May 1876
WIem EVeY PULSATION that force pump of the body, the heart, sends coursing through the arteries and veins the rosy fluid which sustains life and nburi'hes the system. If the vital cur rent boiomes contaminated with impurities, or gets thin and watery from inaullioiont assimila tion 'of the 'fo'd, the most disastrous conoe \quenoes may be apprehended. Depurate the blood and infuse vigor into tile gastrio organs with UDOLPHO, WOLFe'S ScHIEDAM AROMATIC SanOI rPPS to restore purity and richness to the eiroulation. HoLL.oWAY's OirnTunwT.-Bad legs, wounds, ulcers, and all descriptions of sores are cured by the proper and diligent use of thoese inestimable preparations. To attempt to cure bad leog by plastering the edgOs of the wound together is folly, for should the skin unite, a boggy, di seased condition remains underneath, to break out with tenfold fury in a few days. The only rational and permament treatment, as indicate't by nature, is to reduce the inflammation in and abont the woun...