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LONDON. [VIA SINGAP[?], APRIL 4] [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

LONDN. [VIA SINAptt,, Arl zL 4]' In referring to i rcet thbt Germany lad cancelled the treavwtlh China, th. Berhin Gazette explairthlat the treat, wil be renouinced in 17, but that dS 3Gr,'nu Envoy had uly' proposed t negotiate with tho 1 port of other owcrs~ foi ievieioe ot ma of uexistit trcty. - -N~? . ..: r

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

WANTEDS. WTANTED, a D fWEILING.IOUSIf, ad jacent to Bolton-stroeet, Newosostl. Apply at this ollicc. ANTED TO RENT, Two or Three S COtITAGES. Apply otice. of this paper. ? A7 NTIED), a UCm, petlet lBllOKMAKhbl Apply, a ohonce, to J. PARKER, 90 Publican, Lambito. W ANTI'ED, AT GRIETA, an AGENT fo the . tiwcatle Morenig IJsraol and Aliaer?' A.ldvocdte, who will seo to the prompt delivery of the paper every morning, act aso correspondent, &c., ho. Apply it olnce to J. M. SWEET, TENDERS. Town Cl,','s Ollice, 4th April, 1876. IFTIENDERS will be received at this Oflice I till Noon of MONDAY, the 10tli iostant, for the PRINTINO and AI)VEIRTISING of the Conocil for tho Correont Mlnicipal Ye.?. JNO. BUfRliAWES, 95 Cononll Clerk, XAIALSENID ATHLETIC OCLUB. EASTER MEETINGO TENDERS for thie RIIGIIT of Thrio Publican' ]oothls, Ono Rofrcshment looth, and Entry to Gatcs wvill be received by thie udersigned up till 2~ p.m., SATUri OA, 8th April. J. C. IRYDON, 82 Secrcttr-. rli ?NDE It S W A...

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SYDNEY ARRIVALS. APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

SYDNE~ " ((n1 ?ELECTOBIC TELEOaAP,.) AURIVALS. APRIL 4. Lady St. Aubyn, schooner, from Newcastle. Ocean Wave, schooner, from Levuka. Briton, barque, from Newclstle. "Warerley, brig, from Adelaide. Dbsmeranog, steamer, from Rolohampton. Oiago, steamer, from New Zealond, Esaby, steamer, from Newcastle. lallina, steamer, from Clarence River. Hunter, steamer, from the Clyde. City of Brisbano, steamer, from fBrisbane. Obarghl, schooner, from Moauritius. DEPARTURES. AroiLd. Amist, Wentworth, and Mtacedon, steamers, for MeIl bourne.

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NEW ZELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

NEW ZILAND. A disastrous fird ccurred at Shor - land; the Congregional Church and eight hoissee were dtroyed. Theo Pearl is stilin quarantino art Auckland ; the invids have landed. No fresh cases haveoanspired.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

MELBOURNE. S. ARRIVALS. APRIL. 4. Egmont, and City of MeIolborne, steamers, from Sydney; and Merksworch, from Nerw castlo. DEPARTURES. APRIm 4. Tamar, steamer, for Lanneslton. Ilarrabool, steamer, for Sydney. The s.s. You oYang, Captain Thrussoll, arrived in port yestordsy morning at 6 o'clock. Slo left o elbourneo t..O?rilt ltD ; experionced frsali westerly winds to Ga?o l5t4OTti'irom tlincoe to .Sydnoy modorate varilolab winds and fine weather. Left S'dnoy 8 p.m. on Tuesdaj' Iast. Tile followsing is a list of her cargo for this pqrt : -16 cases galvaniaed iron (order); G packtjes offe Wood Bros.; 1 ease, J. S. Green; 5.aes .chcea, R. Hall; 10 casks hLutter, Comrineo ros. nV. A.pward Smith, agent. Tlhe La?runo Chopica, 4416 tons, arrived in pr \E storday morning aot 6 o'clock, hiom Algoa 'y South Afria) after a run of 55 da s. Capti So reports a pr-eaalene of easterly ind for o;:)ty.fivo days from 390 to 46 sonthi'latitude. : 8,r.: \ ath Marclh poaned clone to the barguo :i' \ :l ....

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

1M1ELB(URNI]. Wednesday. Great scene in 'ictorinn Assembly, owing to the Govcrnuent using iron hand policy withot mercy. Munro said there was no.Parliament, but a disorderly, mob. ;overnment fairly howled down by oposition. Council threw on Mining on Private Property Bill. Dr. Dunl,, residnl surgeon Mary borough Hospital, Icked up live ounce nugget of gold in sweet. 'Two miners nanln Henry Osborne and John Roberts killed by fall of earth in mine at Ches. The Oneida arrivi in port yesterday after a disastrous vtago.

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ROYAL MAIL NOTICE, VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

IO0YAL MAIL NO'TIOIE. V\'IA AN FR? N CISCO. 'Tohe Mails by tlhe It. I. S. Zelandias will be closed at the N;jeastle Fost Olice on TIUltS DAY, 6th April. it 9 p.m. etr olooos Time rites of noslne'o upon letters to ilonolht, United Statle of A?mriacl, mid tio United King dora, ore 6 per . oz, lo'ull inornlatio as to rates of postago to all places cn be ascert.iled at thie 'Post Otlie, ond at the various suirbtban and country ollicos. LATE LTTnRRS. Letters for the United Kingdom only will bc received at Sydney upto 5 p.m., on Friday, on Ianyent of . leo of od. i1111' MAILS. Ships mailts aro nnounced to close as follows: -tl. D. Brookmnn, for Singapore, 12th April; St. Ilelens, for Colombo, 29th April.

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BRISBANE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

BH31ISBANE. Monday. The Postmostar-Genral has gone to Cooktown; it is understood that it is his intention to establish a horso express to the Gop, fronl which there is only 65 milesto complete telegraphic hom munication betwesn the metropolis and Gooktown, via tie Palmner; complete communication isorplcted in about two months, The exaresa will bhe ready in about a fortnight. The crew of th steamer Queensland have struck on thi question of overtime. The Blacokbird eturns via Townsville to Cooktown, ful of passengers and horses. The Singapore 3ft Townsville to day at noon; she is crwdecd with passengers for Cooktown; it a stated that she has over 600 passoenges. Arrived.-Ediu (s) Sailed--The City of B3ribane (,), and Leichardt (s), ih latter with 13( bags maize. Mulligan and pety have left for the new rush on 30th alt. Two thousand men are at Byeitown awaiting his arrival. Three poteetion areas have been granted to lulligan and party. Large numbers o0: people are leaving for the new f...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

.-:SH IJPPING. PORT OF NEWOCASTLE. ARIIIVTALS. APrRIL 6. You Yanng (s.s.), 45, ' Thrssell; from Mel bourne, vi Sydn ey. W. H. Smith, ogeut. Ohepico, harome, 446, Jones from Algonc ry, 12thl February, in ballast. l? .3. Wallace, aent. Clanud Hamiilton (s.c.), 550, Sinclair; from Adeladhe, 21st ?ultimo, 1I . .Wallace, agent. Stagr, barqnue, :35, Palter; from Auckland, 21st ultimo. J. and A. Blrown, agents. Victorin, barque, :165, Shimmiolos; from Wellington, Iith ultimoo . C. , Stokes & Co., ageults. May Flower, brig, 277, Dixon; from l3risbane, Ist instant. G. Itewiso,, agent. Bossuet, Eronch hlip, 750, Guignon 1 from New Caledonia, 27th ultimo. C.2'. Stokes and Co, agents. April 5. Maitlald (s.s.), Waratah (s,s.), Agnes Irving (.as), from S.ydrey.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

11w 1(cnibhl'S SYdney at D. 1'OflTUS, 7laiifger.l * lNQTCES· TEGLISLI 13AVIIS'1' OIIUUCII. i\ Screicon v 7 t1c *.~nd f rl\ wiip wil1 1w hled 1: to notif t te SIHARE LIST of i ~E), o ccordioy to tlho ct 'y oreLr of the Dirlctors! J. IIltlELL, LNn.lloirimin. . MUlT, AY, Sero'. 7Ct 1____U870 U'E , foIo N D I NG 0 . E .. SIOEl.-- II pOersoinH i tc thlet late o oessrs. ter Hlnsool h. &C ae ro ,dsbtrd to py tlhe snme to thloon, ' furtheo r trollbl ' TER ISON in Creek. 'o Und.er.iO'1 is 0on10 to I11m lV olira , p tior w' illini to .do t rt .';reod in Ilio bincess. It mu.oo ertoo a.. ulthoull oultrlry to t'he ioo rotle il nobstle, tllo pa"t.Y Kloo takes t rkwill '?tcdl t attelol to it o""ol do i . 1(,- . ing-sltyo the. : .Gs OVEIONMENT RIA WAYS. d - G-It AT NORTH l INE. EA s' R l UOI"--TS, 0, f10 tijo 10th, 1. th, 14th, 15th, ii, and 17t' Sril, 180, EXCURSION 1T T at ingle 1,re for thle Double Jo y will be sued from sod to all ;t.tio allhlo for turn for eight dnys, including dl imos...

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VESSELS CLEARED AT CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

'VESSELS (kEAIED AT CUSTOMS. Minora, hri.l'aylor, fbr Aldeladlo; cargo, 400 to s coal; '0-. 1-erwison, agent. 4E0I tLotlioi, 349, llraolm, fbr Melbourne; cargor ?~.toas cool. Billglob, White, & Co., aeHln, baorqe, Evans, for Adelade ; cargo, 030 tonscoal. J. C. Jlbbo, agcnt. .1leo o ~n lcol, l rq, s Iu 11, Wolfe, for Melllourno; cargo. 490 tons cool. J. C. Dibbs, agent. J. L. Hall, ..510, Smitb, for Wallaroo: cargo 980 tdnsieno. G. Iewison,agent. Passoengers Messrs. Konber, Nankervcs, and Simnpson. Claud Hamilton (s.s.), 530, Sinlclair. for Port Darivin, writh original cargo and passengers; carP, 300 touns co, 160 sheep, 1 case boots. It. 1 Wallace, agent.

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DEPARTURES. APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

DEPARTU UES. ArfaL 5. Helen Malcolm, barque, for Melbourne. Uolen, barque, for Adelaide. East l.ollhinn, barque, for. Melboiurne. Claud Hamilton (s), for Port Darwin. J. L. IIall, ship. for Wallaroo. SCoASTWue. Apyril / (Agnes ering (o..l), fO)r Grafton; Waratah (sa.), Hhirondelle, \\illian , Eaglo (*.), and Coonanbura (s..), for Pydlr.ey.

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Lecture on Astronomy. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

Lecture on Astronomy. A LEOTURC on the above subject was delivered in Harris' Rooms, Wallscnd, o- Tuesday evening, by the RIe. Mr. Martin, Wesleyan ?Minister. There wai a very fair attendance, the front seats being thiskly seated. In the ab sence of the ilayor (Mr. J. Y. Neilson) Mr. II. Rlushton was called upon to preside, who, after a few appropriate re marks introduced thile lecturer to thb audience. The rev. lecturer illustrated his sub. ject in a lucid style, and by the assis tance of some excellent diagrams, which were projected on a screen from a magic lantern the juveniles obtained a much clearer conception of the revolutions of the heavenly bodies, and the varied plhe nnomnon occasioned thercby, than could: be afforded themt by a lumere verbal deo scription. The portions of the science dealt with by the lecturer were merely the elementary, interspersed here and there by refere;,ces to the more intricate and prutwval laws by which thle universe is governed. The rotundity of ...

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HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

HAY. An extensive robbery was committed last Friday evening, at Pollard and Saunders' store, when money was taken to the extent of £80. The robbers stuck up a man on thle bridge, took his money, and then threw him into the Lachlahn River, nearly killing him The parties are well-ktnown in Booligal

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Education in America. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

Edulcationu ill America; Harper's "W.Vekly says :-" General Grunt's rcoimnsendation in his recent Messnage for the protection of the con mon'school system are already produc iog visible effects upon public oflibers. 'lhe new York State Superintendent of Public Instructioil proposes, in his annual report to the Legislature, such an amendment of the Constitution as will secure to the peoplo in 'p rpetuity free, unsectoriau education. l-to saysn, very justly : Great auxiot' exists t present mong tiheo people in regasl to tihe schools. Althoglh the danger may not be imnedite, witlom dioltates that the evil be prevented bet re it Iehas ai o01o1r. tunllity to como Tlhere are reports that iprlpo. sitilns hlave boin I:,ade, llltd ill solllm CISes acies ted, that cerlain pairochil schools not uder thie contril of tl Ststote shoulit le used by the Iristees or boards of etlucation of thie dis. tricts in which they are located, on condition that tIheteacheiri s bul ni allpplointet l y those hav...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, Received 9.11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS (FIsOMe OUl SEOiCIAL COIRIESIONSDENT.) SYDNEY. WVEDNESDAY, lecceived 9.11 a.m. Telegrams say that the New Zealand mail steamor Colina has been wrecked, ten miles froin Okaron, near Otago. ?Wadnsday, 9.15 a.m. TnH New Zealand Company's' teamor Colima met with an aecidelt when off Akaroa. fShe eas towed sa(ely into Lyttleton. 10.15 a.m. Later wires say the Colina only met with a mishap, which slightly disabled her reds. She has been towed safely into Lyttelton. 8.40.p.m. Government is negotiating for steamer Zealandia to take the place of tlhe Colima. The Governor in responding to the toast of his health at I3athurst speke of raiiway progress as exceptionally slow, only forty miiles bei:lg constructed in four yoars The Premier defrnded the lRailway Policy and Progress. Noew Insolvent : Samuel Blanch, miner, of Miami. A man named Alexander Martin cominitted a savage assault on a man namned Thomas Lester, inflicting four .severe scalp wounds. IMartin was com ,,ittcd for...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

othe d? i heNwcaet.dtb rse ?bg .InJ'ouI l MnIlt. EDiTOR,--I soo lIe. ROSS, in hlis spceeh, by figures, tries to make tho im pression that Mr. Youll made falso state merits at tlhe meeooting held in Plattsburg about the division of the borough. At lhaot meeting Mr. Youll compared the work done apart from the main thoroughfare, which stands thus: Number of chains done in Dovon-strocet, 10; in IMurnain street, 11; contracted for, and will soon be completed, 19; total on Plattsburg, 10; for Wallsend, 30; thuis showing that, on the Wallsend side, apart froee the meain thoroughfare, three times the length of chains llavo boon made that have been done in Wallhend; so that the proportion is 3 to 1, and not, as said by Mr. Ross, a baluaco in favor of Pllattsburg of Schains. AN ELECTOR. Wallsend, 4th April, 1870. Why wll people whisper in a sick room? Some one has saia, " It is better toslam stove doorsd, rattle shovel and tongs, or make similar noises than to vwhisper in the presence of a si...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

COR RESPONDBNCE. [Lot it ho distinOtly undcboi L tllh ?'odo" oot fdentify oo?elvoi with tile pinioj a ooo ,yool hy our correspondents. All wlol mllrhtlti'oowit hloie tile name and oOdchr.ii .1', w.i t t ov,?i.. ttcheld, not iwecss'r?oity ly I y b)u.h?/oa? bhL oa.o guwrantoo of good faith.' -,.dool't bdricvo inserting lettes whwn they" oIIFPloL" ill eth "? io bunole.- Io d '" i~ O.c ,

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The Coal Trimming Question. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

The Coal Trimminig Question. TIH oft-recurring unpleasantnesses that havo taken place in Newcastle tllrough the irregularities in the system -or rather want of system-adopted for trimming coal in the holds of vessels lying at the cranes seemn now at ai enud. For the better understanding of the matter, it may be well to remind our renders of the circumstances attending the regulations for weorking the cranes on the Queen's Wharf. The 'PAnsrKEs MIinistry, before their retirement from office, promulgated a code of regula Lions for the loading and trinmning of coal at theeranes, which the R enGarsoaN Government undertook to carry out when it assumed office. For some reason or other th .Gth clause in tlhe regulations had not been carried out in its integrity ;- but a short time since tlhe Government inserted an advertisement in the local. journols, intimating their intention to enforce it. The clauso runs thus : No. 6.-All t'rimmiing' of dals on board of vessels berthed' atthe remn'ds, s...

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Virginian Eloquence. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 6 April 1876

VirgininI Eloquence. A young Inawyer from Virginia took occassion recently a few days since to air his eloquence and his Maews before tlh United States Sudremo Court at VWashington. It was a case in which the Cheapsako and Ohio Railroad was a party. The young pleader remarked I "If it please your honors, this a most important case. Grand, because it is great; intricate because it is complica ted ; far reaching because there is much ofit; and astonishing, because of its marvelous revelations. My clientp, your honors, have been most greviously wronged, and if so, and such he the ease, Virginia, the great state of Virginia, the mother of presidents and iho father of all loveliness, will be the rocipient of glross injustice. Can we submit to it as honorable men, noas p'?blic-apirited oitizens gs God-fearing mnembers of the human race ? Your honors, I ask you candidly, can we subhmit to it ?" Before the orator could reel If" aby more of this sort of thing, Chief dostieo XVargc, after mot...

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