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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

*B SIPPNIN IN PORT. Aersye, 1281, lMciitchis: Ftockton, drs charging ballat. to load Wallsend coal for San rauncisco Binle, WVhite, and Co., agents Blair Hoasle, 1291, Higgins, No T Crane load ing Wallsend roal for SanFrancisco; in stream. Bingle, White, and Co., agents lirodiek Castcle, 1775, Thyae, Jetty's, to load Wllsend coal for Ban Francis ea; 0. F. Stokes and Co., agents City. of Noankin, 996, McLean, stream, to load Wallsend for San Francisco, R. B. Wallace, agent . Fiji, 1407, Brown; R. B. Wallace, agent, sitream, to load Greta for S'n Francis o Hudson, 775, Colvi le, stream. R. B. WYal. lee, s gdg nt lnvererne, 74*. Foreman. Bingle, Whlte and Co. agents ;Hotrsshoe, t' sail for c'hina Uitredale, 1230', Brown. R. 1 Wallace. agent; h?o. S cr..o loading Groeta for San Fran Moonta, 627, Pearce. G. Hewison, agent; laid up Mabel,. 1260, Wright, Horseshoe, to sail for San Francisco, R. B. WYallace, agent Salisbury. 1095. Case, to load Messrs Brown's coal for anf Franciaco. B. B. W...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

iV/ARATAi. EXraAOnRDINARY EI'LETJIOW - The Ilayor, nis Rettinirig-oflicer, attended lit thle Council Chlmbers, at noon on Satudrday, and declared the vil:o ?ilially;, There- ws no difference in tile' figuros frot those iveni iii Sriturday's isosue; There were very foiw of the nitopayers present, and the proceedings were uninstereating. :

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS—MAY 26 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

(DY ELECTRIC TELOORLPO.) SYDNEJY. ARRIVAL--MAY 26 Leslie, acsooner, 108, Brown,-from Wnrr nambool, 31st instant Fanny Fiehor, barque, 219, Boels, from Galle. 18th Mlarch lawn, brig, 216, Brownell, fromLyttleton, 1st instant : Edina (s), Soeth, from Brist?ie, 23rR in stant Bhering. barque, 320, Brown, from Levoka, 14th instant .Alexunidra (i) BankLs, from Cooktown Olusle or; barque, 470, Neokerson, from Ade laide. 15.b instant , .: Agnes Edged, schooner, 280, M1'Kinlay, from Launonston, 19th instanit' New England (a), Mann, from Orafton, 25th instant S .May7 . . ,.. SLord Ashley (s'), Woods, from l'oumea tooporell ship, 1040, Sandberg, flrom Lon don, 8th behruary . Rutland-hire, ship, 1057, White, from Lon 'doit, 0th February I. j ' Britonaute, 800, BRees, from Hobart Town, 19th instant . D . ay 2'.--elaymor, bharque, 287, lepper, foar

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

. LAMIBTON. of A SNAKE.-Mr J. Parker, landlord of the Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock Hotel, Lambton, has ant present in his bar, confinod in a glass ease, a live carpet snano, measuring seven feet six inches in length. The reptile was caught at Hillsboroughl during the past week. It is fed upon frogs and otherL vermin. TROTTING ]ATUI.-?A ratiler navel m?atch is to take place here on Tuesday next, Mr. J. Shoesmith hns matched his hIorse to trot from Mr. Gordon's hotel, Lambton, to Wills' Hilloboroughl Hotel, Hillshorough, in twenty-threo minutes. : The wager is £5. Thero is much speculation on the roesult of this match-- not so much on aocoust of tihe distaicu as the rough nature of tlhe country over which:the horso is to travel. hJILesnoloHOUG.-ir J. 1 S!oousmithl has opened a baknry at the above plneo, which is a great convenionce to thl peopilo roesiding in the vicinity, andl alsolin iRbap berry Gully, whore there is now an extens .ve population. Mr. A. Payno nas also opened a butche...

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MELBOURNE. DEPARTURES—May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

MELBOURNE. S DEPARTUtES-May 27... ;. Albert tile Good, brig, for loewoastle. The slhiping 'has 'been greatly aonmented since our last issue by the arrivals of the shio J. L. Hall, from Wallaron, lship l3jstic Belle, and eleven:barques, two brigs notd two achooners· F om Melbourne, Italy, barque,: and Ocean Rangenr, 'shoanri fni6dm' Hobart Town; Cnimny Scot and Stnag, banrquus;;, and WVollamni; schooner, fiom New Zealand; making e total of twebty:two vessels. The wintd *has boeen in very strong from the north-east quarter since Snturday merning;' the dirty ap'pearance of the' weather, with tlhe heavy rain squalls of Satur day, vwonld make what were not close to the port keep oil the land, and retard vessels from the south making the port, tllhns the whole of the :vesels sailed from Melbourne for this port have not reached here. The Eegle steam collier. is to load at New \Vallsend, but the sea prevents her entering dathrilno Hill Bay. It will oe seen by etir Sydney shipping reoiort, t...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

WALLSEND. TrIE VEATIIEI, whieh was unmlsnlly fine for the last feow days, changed on Friday, the wind veering round from the nortih-west to south, by which we had it several degrecos colder. Bilak inky clouds on the horizon betoken rain during the day,; which fell henavily during the evening and all day on Saturday. The creeks and watercourses were alloverflown, and tlhose who live on the low lying ground haver had more of the equCouso element than they found to be comfortable. ACOIDENT..- Iran, named IEdward Maddison, was wither severely hurt on Satur day in the \Wallsend pit, through sonie coal falling on his legs. At first it fas thought he hald sustained more serious injuries, but forLunately it was found not to be so bad as was supposed. Dr. Nasha was in attendance, and rendered the necessary aid. TheClhinamau's industryand plodding perseverance has become so proverbial that it almost ceases to be noticed. John, as a vegetable gardener, will compare favorably with, if not excel...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARR1VALS.-May 27. Palace, harque, 339, Duncanfrom Melbourne, 30th instant, with 189 cases stout. R. 3. Wallace, agent Springbok, barque, 327, ,impson, from Mel bourne. J. Veonman, agent rrinculo, borgue, 318, Jenkins, from Mel bourne. J. Veeuman, agent \¥resssl Castle, barque, 316, Irvine, from Ilelb urne. J. Reid, agent Olivia Davis, barque, 523, Loeyaen, from Mulbourne, with chff, hay, and fruit oing t soar, larque, 243, Harless trum 2Mel huarne. J. Reid, agent Wollemai, schooner, 143, Chapman, from Westport, New Zealand. R B. Wallace, agent Mystio Belle. American ship, 755, Plammer, froMelbourne, 15th instant. O.1?. Stokes and Co.. agents l1seedon (sa.). 530, Clark, fro n Sydney. W. 81. Smith, agent Alexandra, brig, 255, Ring, from Melbourne. W. K. Loehhlad, agent liosu M, bsrqur, 282, Stephens, trom Mel houron. J. and hroon,ucgents tarah Ann, barque, Booth, from Melbourne. J. Vesnman, agent Naiad, brig. 209, Staton, from Melbourne. J. O. Ellis, agent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

SHIPPING "" -CONNAUGHT SRANGER.". Captain JOIHN H. HAMFORr rill not be rosponsiilu for debts eoniraoted by if ha crew, whiteaia this port, without his ia authorNGLE, WHITE, & C0", . Agents. REAT REDUCTION OF FARES TO AND FROfl SYDNEY, A.S.N. Co. SALOON .. *. 7s..6d. BTEERAGE .. .. So. RETURN .*..* is. 6d. W. K. L011HiEAD, 02 Agent. EWOASTLIE STr:AMSHlP COMPANY (Li?sirso.) The "KEMBLA'' from Nowaostloat 10 a.m:, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridaluy, and ?aterday From SYDNEY at 11.30 p.m. on Monday, aesday, Wodnesday, Thurday, and Friday. Faros at ourrent rates. H. D. PORTUS, Manager. Office: Scott-street, Newcastle, :9th May, 18760. 744 'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATEENT SLIP, NEWVOASTLE. untPS of the Largest Class taken up tbr PAI[RS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, eu. Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrightls' and Smiths rk performed. Spa' nnd all other ship's materials in stock. An xFperiencd Diver, with diving appa laetu?on hotel. S T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietors,. TIMBER REAT NORTHERN...

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

i.DEPAUTURES.-MAYr 21.:' Cabrft'idtb, barque, for Lyittlcton Eau:hdtCthat. ch~ oner, for ~Iotbooncb'' jYjooa (o); for:Mleibourne Eiw Giovo, borque, forAdo~laido Afrion M~aid, brig, £or.~lolbouroo' bUnoedoo (as) for Mlcltouroo v~ia Sydney Se Nmhbrqe 28 9ear~yphbnrucfor Melbourne

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COASTERS INWARDS. May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

( OASTKRS I1~WARDS. May 2T. Kemlila (a), Mnutjatd (), Esoort, Scotia, Lid, Emma. Nile, Tasmauia (s)and Ducken' tibld (a) from Sydney

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

CITY & DISTlRICT. NEWVCAS'TLlE. SVEsSELS In Plnnooll -.By referene to our shipping seost it w 'll' be seon tthat there are now 74 vessels in the harbour. This will be good news for the miners, as the collieries will doubtless soon 'e in full swing again. A lirde number of vcssels are still on the water however, which nmy bo expected in the course of a week or so. ... . THE ROADB.--[En CORequeCO Of th i' wet weather the streets of the city have boon made, in many places, Lanlmost impassable, on the hill they are positively disgraceful and dangorous. The qluery is continually being nput--" Why don't the Council set ibout pairingo them?' Echo answers wihy? \Vo do not. TIIE: WEATIIsI.-TITh weather Ihas besn very chnngashlo during the past few days. On Saturday the clouds bore atlhreaten ing n~pect, and a few Iheavy shbwers fell, whilst at night it mined very heavily. Yetter day wsas a beautiful genial Ly, more like spring thn an-ything else. ROYAL MAIL NOTICE VIA SAN FRAN clsco....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

MEDICAL. iR. ]F. W. REeAY, AS A Medital B~otanist m Of upwards of twenty years' standing, TRespectfully infomns the residents of Newcastle Waslisend, andi'Hunter River District generally that he is practising his profession with that 5 1AR D SUCESS Which has made 'his name so ?Jopular on the Gold-fiehlianod in tihe Coal-mini'ng districts of N ?ew South" Wales. The superiority of the avatem ol" i Herba. Treatment -vet nll others is nor acknowledged by iths lead is- members of the Medical Facul nil over th .,0 ldw; arid the cry ytOur Medisines are '? Purely Vege~tableI!" Professor pef llxin thres demonstrated in his worek , "Prqtoplasm," te t mineral substances thanot be adciinistered with benefit, and that only after Naturn has transmuted them into pWnis are they good hir either Food or etedio cnle. Exe rience innght ICa rhalisti this great hrutl lon before the learned Protesor dis covered it ar himself, and none have had clearer lnd more conclusive evidence of their efliciency thn F...

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS (rnoM OUR.sYDNEY CORIESPONDENT.) "DisEAsiD IIuroON) " is the cry to-day, and the sick sheep have an attentive ob server in tile person of Dr. Owen Spencer Evans, who, according to a letter m the " Herald" has for some time past nmade it a practice to'visit the butchers' shops and examine the lights and livers of the defunct muttons. He has found in many instances the liver filled with hydabids, and so badly in the carciss of a sheep recently killed and exposed for sale that the butcher'ASkhnife had barely saved the animal from death by pulmonary con sumption. This is pleasant for those whoso favorite dish is a nicely roasted leg or a well-boihed loi,, with parsley or onion sauce. -What with consumptive sheep, trichinmed porks and unwholesome beef tile public will have to eschew animal food and ruin tlibmselves in the purchase of vegetables.?-? - - - THERE was a preliminary skirmish in the Assembly on Thursday nilght, over tile railway policy. Thie question was raise...

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BRISBANE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

BRISDANE. Friday.. .?Mr..IHenry Johnson, Clerk.of .the Council and the Parliamennnt is dead. Nowbold was sold by auction by Ir. W. H. CKent to-day for 140 guineas; Wild wave, for 145 guineas; Euaenlyptus for 10 guineas. The men who were sent to Brisbano gool for illegally detaining passengers from Towns villu by the steamer Leichardt have beoon granted free railway passes to Dalby to work on the line. A prize-fight took place at Norman's Creek to-day. The polieo have arrested the parties. Saturday. William IHenderson, manager of tle Queensland National Bank at Beenleigh, surrendered himself to, the police last night, and is charged withll embozzlement. The amount deficient is £200. STho Governor's fancy dress ball was an immens success. It is mining in torrents, and a flood is expected.

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(FROM EVENING NEWS.) MUDGEE. MUDGEE RACES. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

(rnOM EVENRIG NEWS.) MIUDGEE. NIUDGEXE IACES. Friday. The following ovents wore decided to-day: WVELLINGTON IIHAXDICAP. Cardinal 1, Goldfinder 2, Chovalier 3. Diloemma ran second, but was disqulai fled for being under weoight. MARE0' PRODUCC STAKES. Cigaretta 1, Lady IMary filly 2, Princess 3. * TUO CLUEI IIAY)nleAI,. - Ieaduman 1, Viva 2, sros 3. Four started, and leadanoen, held back, was gamely piloted at the finish, and won hancd down. Garryowen fourth.

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Victoria Theatre. THE WOMAN IN RED. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

VictorIa Theatre. THE1 WOLMAN IN RED. ON Saturday was produced the sensational drama " The Woman in Red." Miss Ado laido Bowring, in the title rold, fairly sur passed any of her previous efforts, if weo ox cept tlat of "Leanh." In the prologue, when she discovers the loss ofhor child, the feel ings of the mother were ovoked to tlhe fullest extent, culminating in a gnrand outburst of passion, which brought rounds of applause fromn the enthusiastic audioenco assembled. In the eubsequent scenes, Miss Bowring was equally successful hi drawing forth applause. The last sceso of all, where she portrays during her sonambulistic walk all the scenes she has passed through in searlch of her child, a grand effllect was produced. Miss Douglass, as thie daughter, appeared to much better advantage thlan shel has hitherto, and we pre diet a brilliant future for hler in her profee. sionalcareer. Irs. Jones was, nouseal, in hIr element as the Countess Donatiandplayed with great discrimination, as als...

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ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE RACES. Friday. SHORTS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

S ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE~ RACESI. aHORTSa HANDICAP. Frd. Superstition 1, Venus, Red Gauntlet 3. Superstition won easy. Time, 2min.4lsoc. RSTEPLECHASBE. Dvaon 1, Darkis 2, Tormentor 3. Denicia Doy fell twice. UESEN 55 HI5DRED. Impudence 1, Canterbury 2, Emulstion 3, Venus a good fourth. Time, 1min. 45llsoc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

Caution to Debtors. MITAL NOTICE. sney, rt number of ACCOUNTS are STILa MJINEO R to the "3I?'EUS' ADVOCATE" up -o the Y0th :March laYt DET, 1876inaly CAITTIONED that, mlle.?a the lunounts of the r zeetive A~counts are P~iD to tile Undersigned N~oe h ,t o( June next, they 'tt bLLe tJJ. plaet.? tu the handaofour Sol ,itors for col eetion. J. 3[. SWEEFT. Po rroprletOrw "2incrs' A~dvocate." B ydney? ?th 3[ay, 166. Stocktonl Agenlcy, SIv?. AL?X. BROWN Iresa been APOC-NTF? IVI AOEN'I' ar this journal, at BTOCKTON' item whom papers Can be received, and ordefrs for Adlvertisements or Job P'rinting left, • . M. SWPEET, " .'" ' en~enland Adveocate Ofve' Propritor. •., 2'2rd Aplil? 187C. N[J? Metcnr~atle ?qiorring Plerat? AND ?INE:RS' A.DvoCaTE NONVA~;'IY; ?asm Sg? xS7

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GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

GIREAT NOIITEIIIN SATLWAY EXTENSION.r Tonders are invitcd till tho 13t* Juno, from porsons willil5 to conlraut for erctinhg tlhe Station budldingab a't \W?rrh, on the eotension of the Groat Nortlhern Railwary, from lourrerrndi to Tamvortlh. A Newr York Jodgo was once obliged thus to nddross a jiury :-" Guditlemun of tloe jury, in this canse thle conscl on bethll sides are ulint 1. ligible, the witneseen onl both aides aro incredi ble, and thie plaintiff and dolbfendnnt nro bothll suech bad characters, that to mo it is indilfbron?t ,hich way you give your verdict,"

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To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

To the Editor of Herald and Advocate. Sea-I see in yourissuo of to-day a copy of a iottor writton bUy Mr. I;oveday to" the Ifla~ warra Mercury on the Illawarra propoosed railway. Hayviig ti6t had'thd.opportunmcty to give my opinion at any of the public meetings, I shall nowolffr a few ronmris, bsoed princi pally fro ait ininer's pointofviow. Not know mg~ anythingof th ~agricultural capacity of the cmotry, I shall not coammit myself by opposing t?e railway on that paint, belioving that to wiits in ignorance and make false arguments would be to thwart my object, and give its advocates freshl material to rege on their project to consummation. l st.' Mlr. Loveday's reply to Mr. Dibbs' statoiienit that the railway would not pay for tho eanorinouse oitlay of £720,000 which is only an ostimato of tlio coialstri'etion 'of the railwauy alono; then I presume there -would b engine reqniredi, &e., so that we may afely, cosisider one million' pounds consider" ably below the actual cost o...

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