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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

S NEW ZEALAND. S " [BY OADLE.] : Wellingtori,'SaturdlR3;. SThe brig Sarah,:from Melbourne, bound to Waugaroa for timber, was completely wrecked off. Cape Brtt. Tle crow were eaved, and arrived at the Bluff to-day.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

ADELAIDE. It is reported that the iOpposition are not so certain of defeaoting th4Ministry. Mlr. Cook has given notice that the Attornoy-Goneral shall not occupy a seat in Parliament. A prospectnus has boon issued for the con struction of a tramway between South and North Adolaido. Wheat sales have takenplace at 4s. 10d. on the wharf. The Consolation Stakes, on Friday, resulted as follows:--Mark 1, Spartan 2, Lady Vel-i come .. Time, 2 minutes 47 seconds.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

• ELBOURNE. . Saturday. The total amount for which tle iasumnco companies are liable, on account of the throee fires, is £82,9406· Somen of tho goods in Shaw'e Bond had been sold since the insur ances wore effoctod by the originial owners. Inquests are to be hold on the fires. Dr. Hearn has been solected as medlicl oifficer at Roefton, Now Zealand Hospital. The schooner Amy Robsart hasal, been got off. The weather is very fine. Monday. Mr. Talbot, the well-known tragedian, opened on Saturday night in IHamlct. The newspapers declare that he is defaioent in fire and genius and has not a flexible voice. There was alarge house, but it is questionable if the sooeason'will be a success. The Lingards opened at Ballarat to a fine house. .' The Postmnstor at RIiclunond has died of searlet fever,; the spread of which is causing great alarn.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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BRISBANE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

. BRISBANE.;'. , ? q" .: 'Saturday. SHeavy rains recommonneodlast night. T~hero.was a fancy dress ball in honour of tio Quensi's Birthday, at Government'Houso, last night. A letter from XMulligan states his thorough bolief that the Hodgkinson will prove the largest, and probably the richest, reefing dis trit in the North. Sunday. Heavy rains caused a fresh in the river; There is a flood at Ipswich. A westerly galn isblowing, and there is a heavy sea at Cape mIoreton.

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MUDGEE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

MUDGtEE. Saturday. The settling of the Into racoes tbok place last night, when £1632 was paid over to winners. Tihe largest winner was. r. It. loune, junior, who received £6111. The -general settling was considerad to be satis faotory.

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COASTWISE, May 30 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

COABsTWis, May 30 Voenturo, Coll.roy (s.), Kombla(s.), and ~Mor peth (s.), for Sydny

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(FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS.) BATHURST. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

(IROM TIlE YDNEo ?'"IAPoRS.) BATHURST. Saturday. HBornnard Dougherty, a resideit of Botany, died to-day from the effects of a self-infliotod wound in the throat. At the inquest on the body the evidence showe?d that he hbad stabbed himself a weeok ago while suffering from deliriula tremene, and death was caused by inflatnmnation of tohe windpipo.

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CLEARANCES, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

CLEARhANCES, Bay 30, Sarah Ann, Booth, for Melbourne; 3. Vaeen man, agent, cargo Gill tonls cal Barrabool (a.s.), Paineo, fbr Melbourne, via Sydney; W. H. Siuith, agent, cargo 600O tons coal Australian Sovereign barqur, Burch, for Lyttloton; L. and A Brown, agents. Cargo, 27 bags chcac al, 40 boxes oranges

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

N. EW ZEALAND. The nativoes of Natown Bay have ronouneood Olristianity. A priest indruccd 150 of thoem to enter a hut, while other of his volaries so fire to it, .ho promisiog his-dupes thlmt hi magic influoence would prevent them Ifrom being burned.: Manfiy of the infatuated beingo wore severely burnt, and some intally.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

MEDiOAL. OBBS' CHAMOMiLE '&" DANDELION PILLS. SUGAR COATED. Theao wonderf?u Pills Itill mnintain their saperiority na a Pure Vegetable Aperient, for Liver, Stomach, and Head Affections. They Purify the Blood, impart vigor to the syytem, and Oleanse the stomach from all Imporitioe. . vearyone is requested to give them a.tnril, andite convinced of their utility, S0.'' ;, SOLR PROPRIEnOe : - !i . •W J. J 0 B1US ,' OBEM.IST & DRUGOIST, tro NTERST. I .. '.7?126 JOHN POPE bogs reopeotfully to inform the inhabitants ot Lambton, New Lambton, Walls end, Hamilton, and surrounding distriot, that he has eommenced business as CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, in Elder-street, lambton" 'and hopes, by keeping nothing but genuine articles, and strict attention to busaineass to mPrit ashnre , otheir paronage. Phynicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes CGenene orre; Cattle, and Patent Medi cines;,always in stoolck. Note the Address- ' Opposite Cambrian House,' ELDEA-STREET, LA Mb BT 0N ",... . ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

IMll'(R'S. Per BIlarruabool (.s.), from Melbourne. I cane, S?heedy-1 cane, Gibn-2b~l brasos tuOlea, a?d I cask abovels, Copper- I parcel, cbhulokraffn 4 bags blacking, 1 package tubes, Truscott-I cratoe rvegetables, Iltall--3 cnses confectioner3, Comrie--lO bags chall, Irelanld-l case earthenware, Wood. Bros. Per William Aobcrs.-151,036 feet Kauri timber. Capt. Lindsay.

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

iIELT?O??URNE. Tuesday. Fho pounds weight of gold woro obtained from four loads of dirt at 'Posaum till. The news caueed the greetest excitoment.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

SHIPPING IN FORT. SIHIPS·. Aberystwith Castle, Harris, stream, to load Wallmend, for San Francisco. . 8B. Wallace, agent. AaUayJ, 1281, SIcRitchieo; Stockton, d:s sbarging ballast. to led \Wallsend coal for San F?raeCisco Binule,. White, and Co, agents Blair lHole, 1291, Higgins, No2 Crane load ing Wallsend coal tbr San Francisco; Bingle, White, and Co., agents Brodick Castlc, 1775, Thjae, Jetty's, to load Wallsend coal for 5au Francisco; O. F. Stokes and Co.. ageals Connraght Ranger, Hamrford, steam, to load for Chins. Bingle, White and Co., agents City of Nankin, 9860, McluLean, stream, to load Wallsend for Sa Franocisco. R. B. Wallace, ,gent Fiji, 1407, Brown; It. B. Wallace, agent, tream, to load Greta for Son Francisco Grasmere, 1246, Windemor. R. B. Wallae agent; to load Walsaond. No. 1 crane, dise ohargisg cargo Huodon, 775, Colville, stream. R. B. Wal. lace, agent Jamoes Aikin, 875, Sim, stream, to load Anvil Creek coal for San Franoisco. Bingle, White, and Co., agents J a H...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

LATEST TELECRHAMS. (F10Mo OUR SYDNEY COlIeReaPONENTs.) SYDNEY. Tuesday.;, ELeVEN of tho BlrmaRin rioters 'woro com mitted for trial at the Criminal Court. . Mr. Cstlet, book-keeper at the Telogrophi oftice, Sydney, dieod to-day suddenly in a fit. The question of Immigration will probably come on again on Friday next, and he deobatd in the Assembly in connection with the resolutions of Mr. Parkes. hMr. G. A. Lloyd presented a petition this afternoon in the Assembly, from 4208 resi dentsin the Newcastle district against the construction of the Illawarra railnay. The potitionwas received. The Houseo agreed to go into committee to mconeidcrxtho propriety-of.voting £1000 for the' expenses of sending a rifle team to visit Philadelphia. Tho weather is still shbowery.'

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS—MAY 29 [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

(BY ELECOTIz TrElOnRA'an.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS-M- AY 29 Barrabool (s.), from Melbqurne, Flotence Irving (,), from Cooktown. ?,:,

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THE MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

Ten MInhINo DEPALLT3IE NT.- ThO Sydney correspondent of the Melbourno Argls of lay 24 trhus expreosso himself upon matters in connection with the above depalrt mont:-A rumour roachled hero tlhe o:hor day from Melbourno that MIr. Blrough Snmyth had been oleretd by orr Government a post olnlar to that which Ile bs been holding in Victoria. The report has bel anuthoritatively contnodieted. Tile fact is that tIre weholo Mining Dfopartmenollt is in a povition too insecucre to warrant the expoulrro of any weakel point il its foundations. P1eoplo are begin ning to regard it as a laporllity. And an tie present Under-secretary. Mr. \Wood, is none too popular with thie onlcers of long standing, over whoso heads he was placed, and wlo already chafe under thIe levelling-down pro cess, which hIe has been applyinh to them, the Goverrnmont would not be likely to take arr stop that would mrko bad mattoers worse, Ind stimulate inrritation till it broke out hlto mutiny. A frieind of ours knows a 1wom...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

SHIPPING. FORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.--May 30. NowEngland (s.5.), l"ann, from Sydney; W H . Whyte, ngant Barrabool (as), Paine, from Sydney; W. H. Smith. agent Aline barque, , 718, dcBide, from Auckland 19 h inst.; Bingle, White & Co., agents William Aceors, burque, 292, Lindsay. tfrom Auckland llth inst.; Binglo, VWhite, & Co. agents Oeean Beauty barque, 579, Seagrovo, from Welliugton 12th inst. ; Captaio, agent

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

ARQUE I ALI.NE. SCAptain E CHARlM S MP'BRIDE -tE KE i1 Lot fe resomNasiblo for debts nerayote. ev Db.sy of hbis cre, hile in thbs ortwithout his w~it, toe outbority. o ]ItN GLE,tb W r & Co.,, Agents. The 'sIEMBLA." from NerweoRstoant 10 n.m., Tueseday, WYednesdoly, Thorsdaoy, Friday, and -torday. - From SYDNEY at 11.30 p.m. on Monday, edoy, WVednesday, Thurbdoy, and Friday. ]Farosant current rates. H.. D. PORTUS, 3Itanger. Office : Scott-street, .Newcntle, I29th May, 1876. 744 ',SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. itiPS of the Lrgest Olss taken for PAIRS, RE-OLAsSING, SURV re Sips cleaned. Shipwright ?rk performed. kpa nod all oter ship's materi a o An Experienced Diver, witl diviog appa ?u,,on hand. on ndT. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietors. BREWERS roCRoULAu.J j DELAIDE BREWERY WAVEILEY, SEDNEY. We have thu pleasure to iuform the.olesl prolprietors of Newcastle anld Northern Die. toot that we are niw vrparbed to exdodte orders for our ALES and PORTER, liaving' O...

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

DEPARTURES.-MAT 30. Springbok, barque for Melbourne Barah Anu, barque bfor Melbourne New England (s.), for Graiton Catherine Jane, barque for IMelbourne

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COASTWISE, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 31 May 1876

CoasTWIls~, hayo 30. Coonanbarra, Keanrbia, an~ranrnania staamana from Sydney

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