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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SONEY CORRESPONDENTC.) SYDNEY. Saturday. The Sydnoy Quarter Sessions open on lon day at Darlinghurst, before Mr. District Court Judge Wilkinson. There is a heavy calendar-nearly forty cases being set down for trial. Nominations for thu Great Metropolitan Stakes close on Thursdaty next, 1st June. An additional sum of £350 is tadded to this stake this year. The foiul programme wiltbo published next week. Mr. Bobortson has addressed an important communication to the Chitef 'eretery of Victoria, on tho subjct of a second cabla .between the Australian colonies and Europe. A l'rit has been issued for the Carcoar election. The nomination day is Wednesday, 14th June, and the polling day Wednesday, 21st June. H&.'vyshowors of rainfdllinljydny daring I to-day. The strctso are sloppy, and tho want of ofective draining in some parts of tho city cmses considorable inconvenience. A military funeral was not givon to tho remains of the late Captain Camoron in def...

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

CORRESPONDENCE. Lot it o dh itinctly-?ndro?-od that ao do not identify ounrelves with tisa opiniols exprcssod by our correspondents. All cansnunicatrons smust .marvo tile sonora and addrrosas of tio seiters • attaheld, not neceatily for publication, but no a uarantee of.lonod faith, WVe don't belicvo in inserting letters whon they appear in other speralso. ejectdas communications wilnot be reltrned.]

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

Immigration. IN our issnue of Saturday we dwelt with the luestion of Italian. Immigration, but the introduction of foreign labour, at the costof?l?British iubjects, is of such importance to the welfare of the people in this colony, that we deiiem it worthy of still further comments; and, leavipg the consiceration of Italian or any other fpreign immigration, to enter upon the greiat question of immigration only, it seems to us ihati'thosnepersons who are continually crying out for an increase of the population, disregard the prin. ciples Ilaid down by political economists and others.. We are quite willing to admit that this country might be better off if it wore inhabited by millions instead of thousands, if all were profit. ablj employed, but were there are millions. of consumers in a country, and only thousands of producers. the reveirse of prosperity is the case. ' Whaot is meant by couiintry being over popu. lated, is that there is a super-abundance of the producing element, and ...

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

Puoss V. RIa:o-l'he case, against Jainmesc White, the bookmaker, who was charged by Henry Nevillo Montague, editor, of Pucilh, with using threatening. language, was dismiased yesterdv.y morning by the WVatier Police bench. White, was, bythe prdvisions of the Act recently passd, put into tiho witnes' box;'" and swor tlmt' he had 'useul the wotrld, complaimiod of, candjtionslly. Aggrievaed ao " perdoalitis" hi 'Pane/i,' he sought Oitmotsolo in' the atioot, and'tiaod to reasori with him; and on beinag treated with contoinpt he' warned him that if the annoy ance sait rolilttcd,'ho would horsewhip him. For.: iing the inoultig words "Peotticoat Lucqo thiSdf"e/e, 1i laid already boon 'lnaed, ?id Ie regr thtliat he lhod oomo Into col. lisoiaitho tho-plaintilf at- all,- iPho bench sftar splno. consultation diomisod the case. Mfr, Rol,ens 'Ibr.plslntiif;. Mr. Morrinesn for dofondant.-E, News. 'A Noew York girl thtrod~icd a romantic mode of suicido hy.stufllingi her lovear's letters doccn her ...

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

WICICIAIM PUBLIC SCHOOL. 'To the Editor of Hlerald and Advocate. Sn,-Al correspondent in your issue of the 11th complains of "a public schlool mootiug haviog been bheld at a clergyman's house; and:h does not think that any such mooeeting, being of a 'public character' should be so held." Will you allow me to inform the writer that no public meeting for a public school at Wick ham has ever booeen liheld at the parsonage or at a' clergyman's house. Had he enquired, he would have found that the mooeetings hold at thio parsonage wore oiot "publi moeeoings" but simply mneetings of the committooee. There being no school rooms in Wickham, and no'fnds in the mhands of tie committee, to hire themif.there wore, the Roev W Dixon v Try kindlyconsented to alltw the committee to meet at his residence till soch lshould be theo ease, and for which courtesy I am saro the committee are deeply indebted to him and no business of a donominational character over takes place when thoe committee do meet. S...

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A STORY OF THE LOST S. S. PACIFIC. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 29 May 1876

A STORYi OF THIE LOST S. S. PACIFIC. RY AMES HAfOL; AMERICA; (Author of " Tho Reformed Bushrngoer," &o) CHAPTER II. In our 1ist chapter, we left our inte resting young friends holding a, most delightful tete u-fete. From that day forth, their whole lives were changed to each other; both were once moro con. tented and hsppy,-hlappy in their mutual plighted affections and loves. It seemed as if the haleyou days of happy childhood had again returned. The black and lowering clouds that had /'for a brief- period overspread the morn 'iog of their early days, had disappeared as if hy magio, and all around won bright and beautiful and hopeful, as of .\.yoro. George gave up all idea of going to New York, or anywhere else;. he thodglit himself more than rieh in the affection of tho sweet, confiding young ereature whomn he so devoiedly loved. His only embitionwas to please bet, and it was her pleasure that he should stay with her old -father. and lead a happy, quiet. country life. It c...

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

WANTEDS. \V ANTVD, a Simall COTVAGR. Apply S to (,llies of~this Paper. .ANTEtD-T- o lienl a1 lh1IS 11 s-,, h'V ?ere in the City. Apply at thm , Olle of this l rape. TENDERS. , . r ? INi I?txrl w:re I tilr mskiag adil.itahring 150000 U IItIrK-l. .illy alttlhe JUCK.NFIELD. I. OI.I'OlMIEOY, Idrami. .747. AUSTRA'LASIA COAL C O. TO .LBSULH iID S. TE.,I)lDIS wn,,te1 to 1i.01D a Corr,?t i Iron kNGI N SIIll)D atil the Compantlly' Siding neer Haamilton lRailway SBttion. "laterual olpldied. Tim shed moist Le completed withl dispatlch. Tenders to be rent by ,est, to my addresa on or belore next WuVsla?AY Evoevso. I'lans and specifieations to bie seon at my resi dlensre, .Blnce-street, Honeysackls aoint; next tier. Mr. Bain's. I The lowoest or any tender not necessarily ac nopted. J. ROBYNS. ; nowcastle, May 27, 1876. 740 SII'ENDERS for Pit Timber and Cartuge JL Required for New Lambton Colliery. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. : Particulars can be ascortained' at Colliery Of...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, MAY 29TH, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

tALL DEBTS COURT. E?AY, ?IIAY 29nc, 1870, .?(lOforo Mr. MHannel, j.r.) AOOIOINEE V. HENRY PARLKER, for £2 8s., for goods suppliod ito of John Thompson. dl for plaintiff. OLE V.IIENIY LIOMEOURNER. for £3 18s. ld., .for goods il'adt oparod for the dofonce, i ted, as tlio ittemis in the bill wore oularisod. o grounds the plaintiffnwas non sA.ME v. GOUI'?EY. claimed £13s. 3d,., for goods ot pleaded not indobtod, and ,t as non-suitsd on the same tho lnot cose. K. HEELDY V. HENRY. Eclaniod £3 4s. 7d., for oods Verdict for plointiff. ?Rrs, onuns.o nsd Smith, J1.) , PERRy V. T. s.ITH. for £5, for ton weoka' hliro of it stotod this agreomont was bold ivo plaintilf Ois. a weok for thl ton dobbins. Plaintiff do this, and said that thie siun of Ito tlho hiro of ono dobbin only. nil gavs a verdict for £2 10s. SIIEEDY ANOOCO. V. vUREMIAN. Tltis was' a clahn for £-?9 9s. 10d., for goods suppliod. Defendant stted that ho was not in debted in the amount claimed by plabetiffs. T· heo Bench gave a ver...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 29, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

CASTLE pOLICE COERT. nfo~coAV, MAY29,' 1870. e0roee fr UoesI , J.P.l b, w(SCYIY'E LrOUAOE. - w ondor was punished' for thin '??? ' STAD5LiO. ,Duofy woos charged with stabbing lleobert Hall, at Newcastle, on *hinstant, with intent to do hisi bodily liar's. B t [arrihigton doposod that at tlurter to two o'clock on th piro nfteriiooii Ie was informed of at :oi iot Thseinpoon's Connoeiioins he went to tlse hotel, and enitredd a at' the dliniiig-rooii, and there sas~i r;stnesO tsen asked the landlord tht~r- it ... w=s only a row botwcon ' the hboarders" proseeutor then callie • ?iothcir rooi, and pointiig to the said " I will giVe this man in for 'st5obbig 1"se" reomarking that ,1:.l struck hlim in tse face w..ith iJreeos the dinnor tablo; witness -ik him us cleirgo; ons thO way to I"isof.r sauni hso (mncaning the ,·1rh ,eso.r edto be locked up as 155'hijl~, as p~rosicotoi ]sad struck hsiis ille ,' Ro.rt Hall deposed thatlio ilibo, ,rd resided at the Conm r Hotel; prisonler, ilso a l'abo...

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

* NWY LAMIJSTON, *STOP~Gm"a. OF ANOTileRT IIOAD. Ever since the opening of tile Now Lenibto?n colliery tlhe'Ic.ltrs . lirown ]lave illowed the publicto travel onitheir li1e, both on foot snd on horseback. "N€ot olily ils tilis Iallowed but a biidgo was built near tllheSnelting Works to ocnablo persons tnovelling on the line to cross over the deep drain, which extends olonlg the wlole lengtl oftle mihlvuly. Thllsll asalrays been aeknoeledgcd to be a greet boon too pnblc who hove beon ohaolnlflUy neglected by tilo.Goveniment in tlho way of" roolds. For not'only was the roed thus provided a soiind and good one, but it afforded a muchs neirer route to Nowcvstl thlnn ,tny of tIle bush tracks, which are covered wvithl wator in cidny w?.ther. Since M[r. Dibbs got possecssion of the colliory the railway hus boon used ccs a road the lano 0s liefore, iutil soeon tilcco during tice hIst woek, when the bridgo' wees torn uli, and a. fcnce reetcd .to provect travellero fromi pnssiel on" to the ra...

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

LAMBToN. .DDE?aT.-- ThO recent chnngo in ithe weother hlas had tho effect of inereasiiig the usual death-lnto eooridenebly, and amongst the number who have departed to that " hounn front which no tnvetller rletalns," is one of our most respected neigliboaio . On I[onday another death toeetirrnl, ?clhieI has oist a gloom over tie immediate nelghboiir hoodin which the victiom reoided. Tie wife of Mr. T.Dover has been suffering for il few days from an attack of foyer, mid on Monday died, and left her hiusband end a fataily of little children to mourn their loss. DoNoN-STIOEET.-.Althoaglh tlijs, is the most impiortant street in Lamtbtoo, it is in the most nntnmictablo .state of mny othler. t hIas got so much cut il0 da.ing time wet. wcatheor that it is now meuhneoSt ipasesable., tf the money whicei hoe been oepeuded in sepoil ing Yuirong-street lied beeii spout upoo lt, the public would have benefited by it. ATIILETIC Ss'ooTS.-I'Tho coismittee of the Lambton Attleotic Spools have receiv...

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(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

(F'non ,,r?snI. euriioloslONiN'.o.) IinorT PIIoWrr*LRs.-- A\ccoooIts of rttompted burglorico nold visito fron night prowlers, still Coltillllno to bo imoade, and yet thore is no addition to oner stal of plolico pro tection, nod Constabla Loonord still roominiag mnonarclh, ond thm watchlful golordion of tho .wholo locolity, ontl its aolitolry hot indcfotig. blo protector; and, altlhoogh he does morn thon ten ordinary mon could, it is impossiblh for hlim to bo ubiqoitons. The other nighllt nMr. Tiles. Davis, of tho ]eeliivo H-otel, hcond some follows trying his bhoh window. Hto quistly examined the nipples of two six shooters in his possission , lut thie elicking connsd hy cocking wos onooglh for the would-bo bhrgilrs, nodthey decamped. t3omneolno also tried to enter ttio store of our well-known pr-n dueo nod paper merchant, ~r. retir Kjisox Doncoon, of Pliittisburg, whilst theo wily oteer wa bsent from howio at a wi'dding. I hiav no learnod whithir they cllelcid nnentrallco to lis pl...

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COASTWISE May 29 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

COAJT WISE Xsay 29 Waratab (s.), Prompt, Hi~ondolle, Hebe Urania, and Haittlatnd (a.) tbr Syduey. Turtle, Star ol Peace, and Sea Bird, for Lake MIaequarte

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

WA· YLLSEND. BnnoLlny .-Another' burglary wns committed lioro late on Friday night or carly on Satirsdny morning, on tho premises of ?fr. Peter Duncan, of Dovon-streat. On thi, ovoning in qoostion, Mrs. Duncan and family oreie absent from homo nt the wedding of ono ofl.the.flfamily, _and tho tshiaes ovidently knowing this, brokb several panes in tiso lbed room window, anud removing tiso fastenings got into tho house, anod after ransacking all tls boxes and drawers, dlearted witll £4 in monsy, ansd a smaU parcal of articles-keep eakes which Mro. Duncan bad tied up in one of tho boxes. aors. It. Devon, a daughter of Isr. Donncn's, and who lives on the other corner pf tile street, steate thsat an party of soln waro ovidently swatalhing her hooue on fthfit owvning, but not klnowinsg that sa robbosy was beoing committed, sho did not attacl mush mpifortane to it. Mrrs. Dusncan is more grieved over tfse loss of fuor keepsosoh than of the mnossy, as soens of the srticles hIave affacting ass...

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CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 29 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

CUSTOM ROUSE CLEARANCES. M[ay 29 . Gpringbok, barquo, .iuauon, for MIe!bourne, J. Veeamnan, age?t. Cargo. 365 tona cool C athorile Jnew, barque, Walerts. for Mel bourno. J Veanmsan, agent. Cargo--Sltotons coal '. r, a Arroganto. French barque, Arlaud, for[ Lyttriton- O F. Stokea and Co., agenta. Cargo--480 tont coal

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. Nscw ZEALAND FILF.u.--Thsrrg,' I the courtesy of Captain Blake wo are placed in receipt of lato tiles of Now Zealand papers. LosD NELSN TIN MINtNo COMPANY.. -A meeting of the shareholders of tile Lord Nelson Tin Mining Company will he hleldftbt Mr. Milthsorp's hotel, this (Tueaday) ovening. P550o'os ED 1 R.MOVAL or iLG NAL SrATto.e.--Wo understalsd that the ssdrioa. hility of removing tle sigssnl station at 'obby'sre is boing seriously considered by itce ?Inrino eisard, nid that the soombers int, nl reporting upon thle smatter individually. It is thlought that an slterction in the mode of signesling vessels will be of great adsantage. eo will give furtlser cosnmsents in a future issue. "AcOiDNT.--A narrow ts?.po of beineg drowned happened to a seaman last ovening. Just before the departure of the steamer he wins walking to tlie vessel eshen he fell over tie wlarf into tise wstor. There was plenty of assistasce at hIand, however, and hie was speedi...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

' BHII?PI%'O IN PORT. Siuls. Aherystwvith Castle, Harri, stream, to luad Wallsend; for San Francisco. 1.B. Wallace, Ogentit Assays, 1281, BloRitebis. Ftockton, d:a ebarging. ballast to l. ad Wallsend coal for.San Vroolecico' "Bin.h," wtlhirt, and Co, agents Blair Hoele, 1201, Higgins, HNo Crane load ing Willhed cotl ibr Sau Francisco; Bingle, \qV~ite, and. Co., agents Brodick Castlc, 1775, Thyac, e,tty's, to load Wallsend eoal for San Praoetnco; O. F. Stokes and Co., a·onot Connsauglt Ranger, Hearfordl stiaam, to load for China. Sitgle, \thit and Co.,:agsests City of Hattkin, 96S, McLean,- stream, to lead Wallsend for San k'ranoleooe It. B. Wallace, agn??t Fiji, 1;07, Brown; R. B. Wallae, agent, stream, to load Greta tar San Froncis'o _G-asmere, 10413, Wiodemer, stream. R.I B. Wallece, agent; to load Wahluend Hudson, 775, Colvi:le, stream, B. B. Wal. lanc, agent S l Jaames Aikin, 870, Sir, stream, to load Anvil Creek cos for San Francmsco. Bingle, Whlite, antd'Cd., agentst "" Shi Ha...

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DELEGATES FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

DILEgATELS rotrO NIwCvCAsTIr+.--Thn llaowarra Mlercry of Friday ayso: Woloern that MIassrs. John Woods and Enoch Da,'is the etcretary and Clhirman of tihe Nowcastlo Iinero Assocination) oro now ih this district, with tho view of bringing about a union bho twecn the miners of the Northern district and those of Illawarra. Wo oro not awaro whother or not the proposed nnion is intondod to in any way assist tho possing of the vote for tho construction of tho ?[otropolitan and Illawarra Railway line, which would at once open ut on immense fresh fIild':of proitablo oponitmons for tho col mining population of tho colony, and working mon gonerlly. If that bo one of the objects of the dologatos mentioned in ,ioiting tho .distrit,; thoy will, of course, Megerly sign a petition in favor of the maid roil wey, i affeorded an opportunity to do so. COLONIAL~ \VINE Snoce --The Dafldo Dispatch, in a gobd article on thiosubjoct, concludes thus :--" The duty, of- the Logiola turo with roferonce to Colo...

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COASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

CO~aTERS. Nile, No 3 Staith, to load: Rebeca. and Lady Emma, in stream loadiog blue s0to0 0 Eagle (s), and Venture. inl srealo; Colleen IBwn, aud May at, M.rket Whurf.

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

NOTES AND: EVENTS (FROM OUR BYDOEY OORRESPONDENT.) IT has boon tile proud boast ef many a man that his fortnme and his life wore at the sorvicoof his sovereign, and a grateful monarcl has frequently rewarded richly for the loyalty of the subjocts; but I doubt whothor Hor Majesty will oonfer a pension on thewidow of John Davidson, whoso loyalt3" to..tle".throne led himo'to drink tile health of thle Quobn at noon on her birthday last Wednesday, and to cons tinue ,the loyal proceeding until he-had squandered his cstate in payment for the liquor, and lost his lifoe bybcom ing incapable of refraining from falling or throwiug "hinself in the harbour. The dead body was found floating near the hlidi6s' libati- iii Woolloonooloo Bay, on Friday morning. The jury, at the in ouost, returned an open verdict of " Found drowned." Some of your readers will doubtless hlave heard of tile Gers'au student who made his way in thle world asd his fortune by stealieg a kiss frooc a pcretty young lady who w...

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