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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876

Notice to Constituenlts. ilag thle eatealdehl ~aln~iee at' lr 'Oatiaa 011cc, tIe l'UlltLISIII~t3 WILL. lIE fOSI: IN \'ALLRS £ND, aR u8IJal, e arae MRr3. trUlltEl caill daeaiv tcn fo A1)t~ltJZISILIJ[tiNrTS end J101 lIllMSTIN G, er tal AO: p~rr adle~l Mer. 'TUINElI'S Tearporeaey Ojieco aril he at M~r. ALNWICIC'13, Nelaoa-atr eat, elcs tNllee~otheebo her,d f~L~e], wiceer arll Ad aeeitieeeecle.i Oe~dee tee Jel, Pleintiegi. he., may ha lail; leapie CO~ Of tien ':-lrcha+Lt taoeaIaa iltnLe e Ta M~heaeaa' AllToa eweeI:' ebtaneO. ~E lat inetieg at erl aesiptien will bre ewcauleat teeth greater dIajatabcl thawl hitheelen. g. 3o. OWN~IEr, Ireapeletor, gltb ttaitle, 1870. MHrERS' ADVOCA~TE. '~WEDNESDAY, APIUL l'Jne, 1870.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876

WANTEDS. W ANTIED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply at the SI' hip lu, Newcastle. 22 S~TANTE % ., a oot General SERVANT V Mrs. T. CLACk, Bolton-street. 219 WTANTI? D nt8tout 13OY to Strik 'in A " lFor'ge? ?pplj t9 D. Ilenflror, Plattsaburg. I?TANTJID,a Good LAUNDI?ESS, Apply I'' to Ira. .C: B. .ANCL.AUD, St. lolnods, Necanstle. 224 W'TANTED, a 00OK and LAUNDRESS. SGood wagcs-giroan to a ce9mpeten~t person. Apply [rs. 2. (OHNSON, Commer cia\ lllpe, \Yqltenud. 225 TANThED, a GgNEiixlA SERVANT S'Good wages given. Appl~ M as STony, .198 rANTED, Two Resapectable BOAREURS. Apply to Mrs. J. DAvis, Devol-street. blhy1.b 190 W7 ANTED, TWO TURNOVERS to tilme VY "JOB pRI' TIN( BUSILNESS. Apply to th, Otfe of this Papor, ANT D, AT QgtE'TrA, an AGENT fo S io V c'cantle NMorning Idrralnd and i rld? Advocte, telwho will seao to tho prompt lelt ry of' thie papor every morning, a?ct a?s vor povdeut, &e., &e. Apply at once to .J M. SWEET, - TANTED, far WAIATAhtI, n AGENT, 1 to deliver the Newcastle...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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NUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876

'NUNDLE.-The Tamawortl correapoii. dent of the WEEKLY NEws.of April8lth says :-" Tile crittlo about this part are fawly perislhing, or ratlher stciiiiig, for ialltof food. Whero we hayeo been ne enstomed to see a splendid. crop of. grass,. there is now scarcolyabladeto be found itthling but dust. WeVo have had one oi; twoslharp frosts lately, so that I fear, even if rain fell, it would be almost too late to make the grass spring. The' dig gimgs are at a standstill for want of watdr,. at least the alluvial workings. I hear that Rackham and party are getting some splendid stone aIt the reef between Quackey Nackey and Swamp Creqk, and also Irooks any party, on the taulo line of reof,"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876

MEDICAL. i)R. N A S I.I, (For the last nine years Surgeon to the 'ppe Goulburn District Hlospital, Victoria) WALLSEND. 31 TEETII! TEETh ! TEETHU J. H. FITZHERBERT, M.B., Surgical and Menchanical Dentist, IVhite Htart iotel, Mulrrurundi. Painless Extraction by a now American Process. Tceth packrd, scaled, snd prcserved from decay. lnack 'leetlh restored to their natural pearly wehiteness. Scurvy nod Spangy Gums restered to tleir healthy nod natral tolun. Toothache, [.creche, Neuralgia, Ieadache, cured while waiting, or ia two minutes. Cancer or Ulcerated 'hroat, Rheumatism, Gout, Heart Disease, Skin Disease, Sore Legs, from whatever cause, PLiles, al l allderaugenooents of the luInternal Viscera. For all the above complaints a cure ,aaranteed. Ieware of the long-mouldering hisease iad life-destroyer. Comec in tiome! Don' at put offuntil toollato ! Consultation free. Any contagiollus diselases specially treated, at ' Present Address, White HIart Iontel, Mturrurundi. LEGAL. M t. S. NIC...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER I (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 12 April 1876

IH-IUNTED HOUSE, THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. .i Mfas. 3. IH. IrolDOrL, Aarnoa or A LI's ASSIZE, GEonoE IGETII, &C. C.IIACPTER I (CONTINUED). I had not the faintest idea what she wanted with the newspaper, and neither hadMr. Graven, till she sat down again deliberately-the latter part of this con versation having taken place after she rose, preparatory to saying farewell opened the sheet out to its full width, and commenced to read the debates. .f My dear Miss Blake," began Mr. Graven, after a minute's pause, "you know my time, when it is mine, is al ways at your disposal, but :at the pre. seOt moment several clients are waiting to.see me, and • Lot them wait," said Miss Blaket, as he hesitated a little. " Your tine and their time is no more valuable than mine, and I mean to stay here," empha sising the word, " till you let me have that five pounds. Why, look, now, that house is taken on a two year's agreo ment, and you won't sec me again in that time-likely as not, never; for ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

T? H ROWING CIIAMPIONEs hIP Or TIE? WdonLo.-nr. Janios, Plnch, vlio loft Sydnw y on Sunday, th?e 20th February, with Trichktt, the oarihna ??, for Englalnld, rrlved thcre 6n the 4thinotzit, al well.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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PARLIAMENTARY LEGI[?]LATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUEDAY, MARCH 11, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

PARIAM£ENTARY (iona the S. M. IHeraldi). LEGI ILATIVE ASSEMBLY. T?EDAY, ManrsoH 11, 1876. In the Lgislativn Assembly, on Tuesdlay, Mr. Dlbb presented a petition from bankers merehonts,ind others, interested in the cool trade aof }eastio, ljgainst chsuso six of tile Ir. lTer prooeted a petition from the ou' nioipul Co~eil of Armidale, in fisvour of in creased entwment for municipal institutions ; and AIr, Ftrnell presented a similur petition fromn thle Minicipal Cocil of Rvde. It was r .jlove on division, by 16 to 6. on the motion of dr. Lloyd, to go into committee on IFrldaly weei to consider an address for the ap poistrlent efo colonmittoo to inqsiro into, and rep?rt on, te bhot noiuls of supplying the city ot Newcaste and sosrouonding townshlips with woter. It was agrpeed, on the notios of Mfr. Pidding ton, for Mr Driver, to'so Into committee on Friday, to oonsider tihe introsducing of a bill to prevent ths adultoration ot articles of food and drink. Mr. Rolhrtson moved that the H...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

ARJATAH. POL?cColTr.-There was a busy day a roice Court on Wednesday. Their woere kept fully employed unitfl tlF o'lclock p.nl. T'eio Court was deosel owdel by spectators during the whole the doay. Two cuses of "horse sweatilg,Whieh are blcoming rather conuout at presbulwere tried, and althotghl one of fclder ~viidisthllrged through the conllicting lturo fIlto e'vilelce, sand the other allowed to escJpeyo paylug costs, the Boulch are do.e termincd o pul a stop to the practice, and the negt dendci brought ili for taking theo loall of Illse vitlhout permnission fromn its owvier, 'wi metCt with more law, and less mercy hadm,1lwo olfenders of to-day. Tltr Cor ?v.-Mr. Vickery, the pIroplrietor of Greta colliery, paid a visit to this gol olry I londay, antd wocondoeted arotundlltit el by Messrs. Meodyoand Harper. anot t in a position to state the object of .r. Ikely's visit, but probably Ihe is eekitinfdo lniation to assist him in de fonding lnsl tand managero in offelring to their tieolt...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

N)14W LAIUBTON. Nanaow EsoAPE.-A moot disastrous accident was very narrowly avorted in tihe New Lamblton pit on Monday nlast. It appears tlhat tlhere is a stationary engine placed at the top of a portion of the worlings known as tle "i brow," for tI plurposo of hauling time loaded skips up a very step inclino. A yOllllng nlan inamed Thomas Dsvis was in clargo of tihe engine, and on Monday, through someo over oighlt, allowed tie boiler to got dry, anld tihe tire was allowed to urn until tlhe bottom of tie boiler was burnt through. Iam informed tR1at lDaisii wass away from the engine for smi ?co hidisteshbto tltIc, looking after some olter miatters in odnoeotion' with his wdrk, snd wlohen he rettrned foiound' the Hsttate of tlhings as described. IHe then displayed groeat presence of mind, and instead of putting cold weater into tihe boiler, hlie pulled oult tIlme fires, and did all in his power to nset matters right. Fortunatloly tle Company have a spare boiler at this place, whiih wi...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

SYDNEY. (0Y ELECTBIC TELBEGRAPII.) ARRIVALS. l?PIL 11. Lndy Darling, steanmer, from Warrnambool Edinos, steamer, from Maryboroogh City ofNingpo, ship, from tho Downs Iodin, ship, from Sourlonyn IrPs Doko, ship, from the Dowos.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

LA?IMBTON. QuoIT MArcn.--Another match has beeln maItch has leenll made between J. H-enderson and Charlres Wright, to come off on Saturday next, the 22nd inst., in the back yard of thle Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock IHIotel, Lambton. It will be remembered tloht those two men have met on two previous oceasions, when each ill turn was victorious. Thoy have now agreed to mceet for the third and convincing time. The stakes are to be £20 aside, distance 18 yards. clay ends, I1 poixts; cotlc mmns to find his own quoits. This matchl is clausinig solome stir amongst the quloiting fratdrnity, lind several have aolrBady enteredi ntot speculation as to the result. It is understood thlat Wright will not play withll steel quoits on thlis occeasio, as he anttributes his defeat in the asl gname to the inaet of his having played with quoits maded of steel. LECTURE.-I tlunderstand that a lec turo wsill shortly ho delivered iii the Primitive Methodist CIhapel, subjeut: "The growth of the Churchr," by o...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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DEPARTURES. APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

DEPARTURES. *: * Apxm'11l. ITero, steamer, for Auckland Hally Bailey, steamer, for Neqcastle.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

CITY & DISTRICT. NE(WCASTLE. GOOD NEws FOR TIE O'BIIIENS. Enquirio. are beinls moade for tihe family and next of kin of )Daniel O'Brien, who died in testate in London, leaving a very considerable fortune, supposed to amnount to £220,000- prilneipl, interest, and comtpoutld interest, which will be divided amongst hisi family and next of kin. It is stated that Mr. O'Brion left Ireland wheln young, and settled in London, where he amassed this fortune. Mr. Thomas O'Blrien, foreman of thle railway goods shed in this city, has received a letter from Mr. Il. Uniaeko, of 541, Queen-stroeet, MJol bourne, asking for particolars of relationship, to make claim for the amount. STHRnEATtNINo' LANOUAGe.-.ThO first case of tlhreatening brought before the New castle Bench, under the now law, was heard yesterday by Mr. Hannell, J.P. Under the old law the defendant in the case would have bean bound over to keep thepeaeo, but under the new law (as will be seen by refereoco to our police report)...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. DEPARTURES. April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

ADELAIDE. .. .,DEPL'ARTURES. April 11. B3risbane, steamer, for Sydney Leslie, schooner, for Hobart Townm, AParL 12. E. J. Spence, barque, for Newcastle 'ranklin, barquu, for Newcastle.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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NEW BHKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

NEmw BngEay.--I.lr. J. Parker has lot the contract for buil1ing a new bakery establilnentn at HillsborougIl. It is ex pected that in a shlort timen a conllnlolnce menit will ho made with thle railway, and then then there will be a good supply of fhe staff of life. ' A Southeorn exchange says that some time ago Mr, lionk.ily, wrote from Christ church to lima do Miurska, and asked whait her terms were for six niglits. 'Thlo lady replied thaclnt she would require £200 a night, averaging qix songs, or at the rato of nearly £35 each. The bewildered His kins sent as polite a refusal as the state of hil feelingls would allow.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

THE ENGLISH MAIL. Letters, newspapers, &o., for England and elsewhero, for transmisaion per R.MI.S.S. China (via Sue, and Brindisi), can bhe posted at the Nownasntleo posof?ice up to 9.80 ra., this evenming.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS (Fnoa ovUS SYDNEY CORLRESPONDEST.) WVE heard a little of the Workhouse Act this evening. Mr. Farnell revived the subject which, when the bill was under consideration, carried a kind of terror akin to that felt in connection with thIe worklihouses bf England, and he contends tlhnt b" putting this act in force we could keep our vagrants and drunkards cons fortably and profitably by sending them to the worldkhouse, and while keeping them clean and giving them suflicient to eat nake them work for their living. Tihe plan might be more beneficial thanlm tihe present one of sending a vagrant fronm the streets to the gaol, and from tlhe gaol to the streets, month after month and year after year, until during one of his sliort, strange tastes of liberty, Ihe suddenly hides himself from tlhe knuckles of his enemy, the constable, by dying loathsomely. It will be rDmemlbered tlhat thle Workhouse Act met with strong opposition, and one of its provisions being thalt it could not ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

lIlSHW MAILS. Shipa' mails for Colombo, per St. Helens, larque, close at the Newcastle post.ofice on the 2oth 'insotant.

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RUSSIA. London, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

RUSSIA. London, April 11. It is rumoured that owiug to illnezs the Czar will retire toemporarily, and a Regency will be ostablished under the Czarewith.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

SHIPPING. JORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. ) Afanh 12. Lady Belmore, uag, Iroum Sydney; R. B. Wallace, agen: CoCsrwiLsB A\ril 12. Maritland (a.s.), Keibla (as..), Tasmania ( ), Collaroy (s.n.), Heather Belle, Hiroodelle, aid Josephbne-from Sydneoy.

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