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

IM'PO)RTS. Per Grasmere. from Liverpool, via Sydney 1 boller. 1 tender, 5 pairs wheels. 10 tyres, 20 poir wheels, and 41 cases. Australasia Coal Per Qoen Fmoma, from Oeolong-70 trns pota'oes, 6 tons ouiors, 30 tonll ar, 30 tone chuff, 10 tone lime 250 ce,?r ri, lI , 54 lpk;s rope. 55 eaks butter, and 10 cheoeso lirder 'Per Maordon, from Melbourne, rvi Sydley - 80 Lpkgs machinery, W. Arott; 100 bogs ehbll;, reland : 3 eases bicuits, Conway; 10 keys butter, Hall uod Soe ; and 1 case gas fittbigs, Palmer SPer rPalace, from Melbourne - 139 cames stout, Wood, Bros. Peor Itaiad, from Melbourne-75 bags onions. Onlrder Per Olivia T)auvis, from Geeloun-100 cases apples, 36 kegs bu:ter;, lI toris hny and 28 tolls chaff, or era ; 10 tons.chall', order; and 10 tons chaff, order ' ' SPer J L. Hall, from Wallaroo-634 tons topper ore, and 30 tons fire clay. Hunter Biveir Copper 'Comlpany Pir Italy, from Hobart Town--40 ton hay, 5 tons carrots, 5 tons oniors, ?0 boxes ap les, 2:1 tolls potatoes, 5 ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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DEATH OF MR. W. D. MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

DIEaTH OF Mstr W. D 1MUoOAY. ,Fiji popers announce the death, at the age of 4Syenrs.:of ?Ir. D'Arey Wentworth Hurray, who expired at ihis residonee, tile HaWniiun Co solute, Levuka. The droraed gentleman puassed thle early part of ]!is life in Irasamanio, but was botn?''l`'England.? He was a memlber of tho oll p of Delegate;anssd subsequently of the Fiji rarliamentl and before nnnexation wan one of the ad interim Goversment. He wos also editor of the FIit Gazetle under the old regime, and a membor of the Fiji lar. ',o wau afterward editor of the F(ji Arg/uo, which lie eond?ut';d until the tile of his death. Tl'he fuooral Was attended hy an Attorney-General of Fiji, end the Mhnisters; the flang in the town and oss ths shipping ware 0 O hjlfrnast.- B, H, H~erald," . " Tnwo fricnds lsoting, 0one rmarked, "I have jnst mot a maus who told me I looked exactly like .you.".-"Tell'mo m hlso it was, that 1 may knock him down," replied Ieis lrnind.-"?])on't troublo youraxcf," he said; -I did t...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

SHIPPING. ±'ORT OF NEWCVASTLE. ARRIVAL'.-Mray 27. Cordelia, barque, 598. Willanis. from ",ol bourne, 20th incr. J. and A. Brown, agenls May 29. Iris, barqno, 943, Clrod nigh, from Sydney. 0. lhreninon. agont Cla.rno.c, ltalquo. 287, ropper, from Sydney. J. and A. reron, ogenta Penshow, barque, 729, Airoy, from Welling ton, 12th inst. Bingle. White, and Co(, anenta Peep o' ~ay, barqne, 480, from llraband. II. I. \Yalhlce, gent

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

- SHIPPING ARQUIE PANSHAW. .^ ^ ,\ APTAIN J. S: AIREY will j.S fnot'bo roesponsiblh for 'lehts con t.cto IIY of his CrCow whlilo in this prt ithotah wtll tn -"thorit . - INtGLE, WHITE, and CO., * .Agents. R-EAgT REDUCTION 01? FARES. TO AND FROM SYDNEY. H.RN. S.N. COMPANY. ON and after this date, FARES by Steamer. 0 and FROM Sydney, will bo aloon....... 7s. 6d. Steerage 8s, tSingle).. Return Either Way. Saloon.. 12s. Gd. Steerage.. 78 6d. W. H. WHYTE, Agent. Newcastle, osth May, 1876. 751 YEWOASTLE STrAMSHIrP COMPANY (LteiTrD.)' The "KEMIBLAA" from Nowrotlonet, 10 a.m.,' Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdtty, Friday, and Froam YDNEY at 11.30 p.m. on Monday, eslday, Wodnesday, Thursday, and Friday. Fares at current rates, 11. D. PORTUS, Manager. Office Scott-street, Newcastle, - tlch May, 1870. 744 TEAMI TO SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BR[SBANE, AND fAdR·YBOROUGE. Thn MELBOURNE S'rEAMfSIHP COM. PNY will dispatch the Steamships YOU YN?N S MACEDON DANDENONG BARlRABOOL about evoru \VEDNESDAY & SAT...

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

DEPARTURIE..?..AT 29. Invoxerne, ship, fJr Guam Alexandra, barque. for Lytlieton

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May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

May 28. Collaroy, Waratah, sud Eagle (steamers) from 8.ydney. MJay 26, 3!orpoth (C.), from Oydaey. tay, from Port Steglhens, wiLh timber

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Wallsend Borough Council. FRIENDLY APPEAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

?Vrllsceldl Ioroughe Council. FRIENDLY APPEAL COURT. A FRIENOLr AIrlEAJ. COURT was hold in the Council Clonboers, on Monday, for tho purpose of hearing appeals against thu Iato municipal valuation. Present---The Mayor, Aldermen Barnes, Ross, Harris, Richardson, and Fryar. There were eighty-throe appeals; re ductions being made in the followuing eases : John Danvies, from 23s. 4d. to 17s. Gd. ; Richard Johnson, £8 5s. to ?£6 10s. Robert Roay, 8ls. to 80s.; Robert Reay, Os., eoufirrncd; John Duincanson, 18s. to lls.; Alexander Drysdalo, 20s. 5d. tolls. ; M. Joblirrg, l2s4dtogs :ld; J. C. Wood, £1. Os 5d to 1is. Gd. ; George Hutchlisons, lis. 4d. to 12s. lId. ; William Coxon; 14s. 40. .to 12s. 6(.; William Coxon, 12s. 4d. to Os. ;HHemry Iovell, 1is. 4d. to 15s. 3d; Georgoe Boris, 14s. 4d. to 10s. 6d; David Roberts, 14s. 4d. to 12s. Gd. ; George Steplenson, 14,. 40. to12s. l6d. ; George Chrapmrns, 18s. to 15s. ; Edward Oswald, l9s. 5d. to 17s.' 6d. ; Young Bedford, 12s. 4d. to 10s. ; Ev...

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

MIELBOUIUNE. To.day's Aryqo? gives mystorious hints nbout tleo late tires, and statos thnat durlling periods o coimmeOrcial dopressioni, fires be coajs frequoit. An olhl woloan Ihas beeu drowuned in a tab eoittainiilu·g eightluta incheos of weater. Scarlet furor is alarmingly prevalent at Richlmjond. '.'albot, tluhe tgedian, opened on Saturday in Iho ploy f o1 :lnllct. r. Pe'rrry, the Anlglcan Bishop of Mlel bourno, hIas resignerd. The Bishop of Ila;llant Irs boen montioned ao likely to souceed him.

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

G 'AVE: ADULLAM. Tsio.s:erly . congregating' togothor of alder mania powers, ovor exciting within the bosom of the 'solitary iihabitiat of the cave a lively interest, :he adjusted his. garment of invisi bility (one of the advantages possessed above ordinary moitahj); anl. presented himself to lost night's nicet of the Council an unbidden but unsqen spectator. of their proceedings. Tlheso proceedings appear'cd to hsis bewildered cdmprehdnsion'stdj be :more 'complex and m?,Lticaljthan of yore, althoubhl its doings have over been attended with no small degree 'ofmystery. The buslnei'spopcr placed on the tableilast night olhibitod to the' 'startldd gdaz of those aldermen who'hod 'not! ohtri buted their item of confusion, a 'chaos:"of slstipns qnlyproperly comprehcnded by these who exerlised their ingenuity in thlo creation of thim. Thde'xtromen length bf the business psapers ofi recent meetings would convoy an mmpression to"',one"'nsacquainted with the pleasant !imagery, !and fanciful m...

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

Thle Truck System. i? tlso discussion on the item 'iEns gineering Establishments," 'in 'the Assembly on Thursday last, some state ments were made which deserve 'the immediate attention of the :country. After certain observations on the pro priety of constructing different lines in other parts of the colony had ieen made, Mr. McELLnOsE drew attention to a matter which, if.'nhatan tially correct, must provokeegrave doubt, as to the effect of that advanesin social progress, which this colony is presui?ed' to be making. From whht may se' gathered from the speeches • of Mr: MCIoELnOE and Mr. COatEosn on:the above occasion, it is too much to'be feared that the abominable truek system which has been always so prolific of evils in the old country, is being estab lished in this colony. It appears that the Government had promised that the extension of the Great Northern,'litte from Murrerundi to Quirindi, a distance of twenty-seven miles, whieh lisa been four years in hand, would be completed...

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

B3OURKE. A bickfellow's brains lis been battered in b1y a black tracker, who has been apprehended,

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. MONDAY, Recd. 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (ro.oM OURt SYDNEY CORRuSiroNnerS.) SYDNEY. MLo.na', Iteed. 10 p.m. A noerArsoa, headed by the 11ev. Dr. Lang, intorviowcd the ihon. John IRobortson this afterilion, with tholviow of urgng tho con. struction of the fliawarni raihaiay. They were favourably rocoived, and a promise tlmt the m?mtttr would be consiaored, given. Tihe Quartor Sessions commenced to-day with li very hoavyc alendpr.. Goorgo Clarke, of Newcstlo, pleaded guilty to two charges" of obtaining goods under false pretences, and was remanded for sentence. "The Exeoutivo Couieil have decided that the laweshall take its courae.in the oase of the condemnned oriminals MIichsol Conley and George 1'itt, convicted of maurder. in ease ol Donald itEliunon, Poter Brenns, and John Gerrsrd, sentences have boon com muted. h'i?innon gets seven years. An inquest on the body of Margaret Druary's child discloses suspicious circumo. stances. The mother hlas bera taken ijto eustody for sospected mirider, and the inques...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS—May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

MELBOURNE. Borough l~elae, schooncr, fro' 'Sydney. Spaarrowbanwk. bereno. from Newcastle Edithi lhvilanad, brag, t'om frontoostlo:. DIr r eAR qIUeI.S-?dn o 1?7.·c Clara Hnrgmrnca, borqaae. for Newfcootlo

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS—MAY 28 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

(aT BL'OOTROl TELOGOiPO.) SPYDN?Y. -. AR1[VAL2iA--?Y 28 City of 3lelhourne (s.a), f'ron MIelbourne ' Plrthitin, asip. from ,tort Point JToho I'en~i (a,), fraro t'deon •Yartllan (.). frqn oobtoon . . lBlomnraojr (s.), from fonkhsmpton . . EPlAIITURE '--Mot. 28. Wentworth (s), for lollourno James. Pateraon (s), for Mnryborough Alexandra (s), for Briobtie

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

....WANTEDS. , W AXT EI), a HflUSERMAII, Apply to " lmr. SWVE'TLAND; UIrwood.r 755 \ITANVED, a mon os GROOM, ond to VV 'make himrpif geolarlly uoeful ApI)!! to Dr. HILL, Lmblon. 760 W ANrED.n sina ogle mo os DRAYMAN ;; accustomed to tLe boulh. rne shlt con Write preferred. Apply to JO?N D?VIS, Plattsburg.• . 70 . r · 8 ·1T ANTFD, a Sm11l COItTAGN?.' ApplI Yto 001cce of hlim Pap~er. W TANT'I). 'To Ietot HOUS,', soame ",?V, ;'hero ill tho City. Apuly at? the Ollico of thisPnper. TENDERS& BoR(JDCI[ o.___ wAtLLsEND. 'ESI)NERS will hr rrcrikdel up to N oat of TIIII DlSl) Y, tile 8th of Juoe, cor the follow ing'WOIIICS - ,iMet Contract- To Form, IKerht, Gutter, Pitch, Blind, and Copludeto T'hotoos-streot, a length of stooet saveet ehains, snd Timber Bridge across Crack, ats per l'lans. Fores. Pitch, and Bhlind the Contiouation of tho lbone street to the SWaep, a length of about 10 elains, ineludig catei drain on upper side of strlet to Peg 17. Seennd OCntraen l'orm, Pitch, nol Ill...

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

Newcastle Borough Councll. A S?kcTINo of the above Council was held yesterniglrt, in ti?e Council Chanmbels,' \Vatr-stt-tt. Flhre. were present tihe Mayor, Aidorne.r Creer, Caipmrau, Hall, Ludlow, eodgers. Tirornr, Brtoks; 'and Dart. TIle minutes'of the previous meot ing were read aind confirnled. CORR Lq.POSI)D }.'CE. From tire London aidl Globe Insurance' Corpnpry, informing- tihe Council that tlreirinsurance will e.xpire on the 6tis June. It was decided that tile policy should be renewed. Froan Aldermarm Dart, requesting, on behalf of tire Fire Brigade, for which hIe is Secretary, perniisselo to' hold their meetings in the Council Chinbeeis. Alderman 'Cuxr'arAN nioved, secorlidd iby Aldernian HALL, that pOrmission be granted.-Carried. Fromt T. C. Alcock. complarihdng of the quantity of stagnant water in the vicinity of Brown and Perkin streets, and rcqiueot ing that soene plan imigitbeo adopted to remieady the iuisaniice. It was proposed that the 'matter bh referred to the hInlro...

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

WIfATHIER R.EPORT. ,arT 29,: .9 '..--'ort. Mlanqoaiie--S WV, alhowery lhnvy ; e aho TBland--N, fine, sea nmooth; jertiL By--N ? V, elnun erar smooth Eden-N, line, sr emooth ; Ki|ann- N, lieie, 'sa moderato; Wallolnngonng -.N, line, aon smooth; Itroken Bnv2N'VW, light rain, sea moderate; Southlle al--9 ' seai smooth Melbourne--N, fine ; Adlclnide--N: E, fine. Tihe steatr. tug langar, o left Si:dney on Sunday night, with two vesseol in tow, for Nuiwentle, when one of thun n'ent aeross the b.iw of tihe brig Byron, injuring her somunh?t A eomplleation might hbva reulnted, hat wra are h I?'p to any everytiing has bhon arranged nmieahly. 'rhe ¢anny Scott, bhrque, Capntain flake, left 'elaon (N N) on tire 12th inct. Experienced liht winlds and caluis" lirsr two day; passed Cave Farewell light on i5th. had stroag W.'.\V. winds for foun clayo, axnd varialhlo lirht winds and calms un til arriyal in.Nowaastlebhrbouron Saturday morning aulO'l.

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

SEWI?Xfa^ AOHINES '- I": H OME I . , ..'''L-5 SEWING AC0'fOT INES SPI'KlAL CAUtION. AH there .ILve I)rY n sonIup worthless German' Initatioes irou-lht ilnto this market, I)rechasers inurt betcareul fito lookt b the niller of !".iL MOSS & CO.," whini" is stamlud on the steel side, and ouvnjno Machine unless so starped.. no matter by whom they are oflhred or under what representation or excuse. -r" All Genuine llonoh Shuttle Mrachiiles are stamped "M. MOOSS & 00., oloe AgeDilt.' .1 -- WALTEli NiV,., Agent,.. , L ,.' . ' [. '. ~. l "Hunter?atreet *'* * .. . Newcastle , C 1 KT.IFiCi'dAI'.FK.,O 9I AGE.NO 1 IMPROVED HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. ,H .. ;: This Certifien that MESSIIS. M. MOSS.,& ,O.) of Svdnny, N.S.W:; are' thb SOLE AGOENTS. for the Bale of our IMPROVED HOME SHUTTBrE SEWING MACOINE in Australin, and wo have not, and will nibt,'supply iny bther iartlea with the Improved Home Shuttle bewiog Machine for sale in;Anitiorlia.' ' ', ' :JOHNSON, OLARK, &a...

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A STORY OF THE LOST S. S. PACIFIC. CHAPTER II (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

A STORY OF THE LOST -S. S. PACIFIC. ,Ia JAMsa niu1uox, ASEIItCS ; (Author of" The lefornied Buslirangor," &c) O?HAPTB II (CONTINUED.) " P4~haps. old man," he continued, .- you think the son of the poor English couple that vweroedrowned in yonder lake not good enough for your daughter ? If so, I flatter' myself, you are 'miserably mistaken." Old' iean MIorris saw by the young man's veheomnce, and he read by the angry sparkle of his eye, that he was deeply hurt. Old Morris was never angry himself, at least he never shewed it; and he said in rather a soft tone " Look here, George, don't lot us quarrel now; 'it can do no good; hear what I have g6t to say. You know how I have toiled .upon this little farm; I have amassed a little. I meant it all for Annieand if she were to marry a man with as much, they could live very com fortably; but were I to give my consent to this foolish notion of yours, why I know you have nothing, and you are both young and likely enough to have a large ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 30 May 1876

Death.   CHARLES. — Died, on May 26th, 1876, at his parents' residence, Hamilton, of typhoid fever, Fredrick Hamilton, fifth and beloved son of James and Sophia Charles, aged one year and three months. 749 WHITHAM. — On the 27th instant, at her residence, on the Hill, CATHERINE, wife of David Witham, and sister to Mrs. Edmonds, Hunter-street; daughter to Edmund Balfry, Cahirconlish, county   Limerick, Ireland: May she rest in peace. Mel- bourne papers please copy. 763 The Newcastle Morning Herald AND   MINERS' ADVOCATE TUESDAY, MAY 30TH, 1876.  

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