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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

SHIPPING. ; EWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (LIuntrx.) EASTER HIOLIDAYS! andwick Races and Exhibition. Tho S. S. KEMELA will run at SINGLE FAMES FOR THiE DOUBLE JOURNEY, for Three (3) W ks, from THURSDAY; 18T :APRIL. SALOON.............. 12s 6d. . STEElIAGE.............. 7sad. rjeaing Sydney Every Nigh~t at 11.30 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.m' S (Sunday and Monday excepted). Tickets available up to THURSDAY,' 3rd MAY (both days inclusive). H. D. PORTUS, .• Manager. Newcastle, 10th April, 1876. 193 n. N. s. N.. co. S EASTER HOLIDAYS ,. METROPOLITAN EXHIBITION. Notice. RETURN TICKETS ant a SINGLE FAR"E for the DOUBLE JOURNEY will be issued on board any of this Company's Steamers, to and from the Hunter, on and alter THURSDAY, 1tth inst., available for return either by this or A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers, until(and including) 8th May neut. 21 n W. H. WHYTE, 211' Agent. O'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. SHIPS of tihe Largest Class taken ...

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

SHIPPING IN PORT. Sotlrs. Bedfordshire, 1155, Warren. R. . Wallace, agent. Ballast jetty lcee,, l French sthip, 750, Guiguon. C. F. Stokes & Co., agents; Imllast jetty Coronu, 1199, Straehaln. R. B. Wallace, agent. Strcalu Ellen Goudey, 914, Perry, RI. . Wallace agent Olive, 846, Davis. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; ballast jetty Salisbnry, 1095. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent; etreant Sir Lancelot, 880, Hepburn. J. and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty BnARqUES Ard?ar, 858, Burns. Bingle, White, and Co., agents ; ballast jetty Bletheiot, 575, Grner. R. B. Wallaeo, agent; ballast jetty Cbaimile, 365, Staflord. C. F. Stokes and Co., a,,eatst; streata Cattnn Scott, 327, Blake. R. B. Wallace, agent ; to load Walllsend coal tor Duonedin Cijlos, French, 53S, Oillett. C, F. Stokea antd Co., agentrs. Stream, Ohepica, 446, Jones. 1(. B. Wallace, agent; No. 6 crane, loading, Wallsen:, for San Pedro Frederick Basil, 241, Iobinson. J.C. Ellis, angont; No. 4 crane, loadintlig, Co-oplerative....

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DEPARTURES. APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

DEPAUTURES. ArPIL 12. Alphington, barque, for Hongkoig. Bobycito barque, for Dunedin. M Flowlver, bri., for Lyttclton. Hero of the Nile, barque, for Melboitno.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

MEDICAL. D R. N A S i. (For thie last nine years Surgeon to the Uppe Goulburn District Hospital, Victoria), WALLSEND. 31 : O 0 B B S' FAMILY MEDICILNES. The attention of the public is respect fully directed to tile following list of USEFUL FAMILY MEDICINES, which are now justly celebrated for their eficacy and utility. Residents in the Country, heads of families, and all classes of the community, rich and poor, will promote their own interest by using, whenl required, these invaluable pre Iror~rttroa. tobbs' Camomile and Dandelion Pills Hobbs' Celebrated Cough Ilnisam HIobbs' Fluid :xtract of Sarsaparilla, with Danldelion and Potash Hoblbs' Soothing Powders, for children cut ting their teetls Hobhs' Ileownud Vegetable Worm Powders HIobbs' Rloscnmry Cream and Glycerine for thu Hair Hobbs' Inlfant's Friend, the new Carminative Elixir for Childrenl Hobbs' Dandelion and Quinine Tonic, the new Blood Tonic and Alterative Hobbs' Family Antibilious Pills Hobbs' Australian Baking Powder Hobb...

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THE QUEEN'S ABSENCE FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

TIIE QUEEN'S ABSENCE FROM L ENGLAND. Mr. George Anderson, the member for Glas. goo, ilnquired of the Premier, in tile House of Commolns, whether ohero was a precedent for the Queen's hbsenc aobroad during tha session of P'rliamelt. In reply, Me. Disraeli cited the precedent of 1872, and ftrther stated that the causes of her hlajesty's visit to thie Contineut were strictly of a domestlo n?turo.

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER II (CONTINUED). THE CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

TH~E ITAUNTED HOUSE, on - THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. I* M~oa. J H.II IDDEIL,, AUTHOR OF A LIFE'S ASSIZE, GEOIIORGE L?eTL, bC. CIIAPTER II (CONTINUED). THIE CORONER'S INQUEST. '.E.Misses Elake looked higher, how ever, and came to England, where rich husbands are praesumably procurable. hskme, but missed their market. Miss Kathleen found only one lover, William Oraven, whose honest affcotion she flouted; and Miss Susannah found no lover at all. * Miss KaIthleen wanted a dukeo, or an earl-a prince of the royal blood being about that time unprocurable; and an attorney to her Irish ideas seemed a very poor substitute For which reason she rejected the attornoy with scorn, and remained single, the while dukes and earls were marrying and intermarrying with their peers or their inferiors. Then suddenly there camne a trightful day when Kathleen and Susannab learnt they were penniless, when they under stood their trustee had robbed thomn, as he had robbed others, and had been pay ing interest o...

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CABLE MESSAGES. THE QUEEN'S PORTRAIT. London, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

PCABLE MESSAGES. (Reuter's 'Telegrams to Australian Astsin socilated Press in S. M. Hlerald.) TIHE QUEEN'S PORTRAIT. London, April 10. HER fnajosty has presented her portrait to Mr. Ilisnaeli.

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(FROM THE S. M. HERALD.) BRISBANE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

(rooM TUE 5. M. ER54L)y.) J}RISAnNE. Tuesday. Offlicial advices, dated Edwarva stown, .larch 21, report tihe discovery of payable gold eleven miles cast of Mulligan'a discovery on the Hodgkinsoxa liver, where the rush is now taldngplace. The Commissioner reports that thie gold is the best he has over seen, being of a rich danrk gpolour. Large pArties of diggers are leaving Edwardstowi for the rushl daily. Tho reporis of the discovery of a reef at Rosenthal Station are conflirned, tia stone appearing very rich. Thie l'qlico ?ogiotr)o has issued forty miners' rights. Steady rains. fall all dsy, and are heavier to night. It is blowing fresh from the castward outside, and the sea is rising, The soyal Dukel, from Sydney for the Nor themrn ports, is weathorhound. The Yaralla left full of passengers and horses for Cocltown. AnaryE?D.--?Loeiehardt (a.), at midnight; Jessie Issiel, fros4 Liondol.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 7.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS: (FRor ovUR SPECIAL COI5ESRPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Wednesday, 7.20 p.m. In the Assembly, to-night, Mr. G, Rt. Dibbs gave notice of motion to intercept the Supply to-morrow, with a vote of eonsureo on the Government Banking arrangements. MIr. Garrett answered Mr. Lloyd that the Mayor of Newcastle had reported that £2000 was required for dealing withll thl sand drift. The matter has been referred to tihe Director of the Botanic Gardens for his report. Receivedt 7.47 p.m. The Coal Fielu's Bill !has been recommitted on tihe fourth Clause, soferriog to tl!o Ex aminer. Professor Smith, after a discussion, withdrew his proposed amendment, and the report, as a whole, was adopted, withl a slight alteration in the interpretation. Clauseo 2. Tshird reading, to-morrow, Thursday. Received 9.20 p.m. A petition from tl e Newcastle Borough Council was received in the Asseumlshy. The bye.o-laws of the Wallseoqd 0Junicipality were laid on the table of thle House, and or. dpred to be printe...

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

ADELAIDE. TueRday. Wheal t is duller; offers have been made at • s. 10d., but sellers want 4s. 10d.

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

MELBOURNE, Tuesday, The Government have taken thle extilemeno step of seizing Stevenson's lctteis by the mail, He will be prosecuted criminally. Teen thousand potafn?trds wers sold yester slay. A man named Close, vwho came out in tile High-flyer, froth L6ndosi, au hasR been laid unslor osurveillanco since, wad arrehted,yeuler? lay by an English officer, on a clharge of embozzlomont. Do IMurska and Company left this morning for ?oT? ZchLnd, in thle Albion. A tlegra'm fcs I~sw Zealand states that, tho Ringarooma (a.), arrived ill four days at, tihse Bluf. Close, arrested for enmbazzloment, wase ro anadled to gaol, pending lt"Ia ittUo of tho iovcrnor' w;rrast. . 7 P.M. The Customs' oficera have been withdrawn from Stevenson's, but some further goods werre seized. The application for an injun-e tion was argued before the Chief Justice in Chaimbers, thts tmornilog, and postponed till tonlnorrow for the GovOlrlunellt to lshow canse. A tire occurred early this morning on the Northcote lhoa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

NOTICE, TIHE Office of this paporwillbo closed during GOOD FRIDAY (to-mor row). W?VO shall feel obliged if our adver tising friends will let us have their favors before nino o'clock this evoning, in order to oensure insertion in Saturday's issue. J. M. SWEET. IHerald andl Advl:ocate Ofic, Thursday, April 138 1876. Elle TENetwstle Mtonthly~ Roraltr AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, API'IL 13Tn, 1876.

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TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

TERLEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. April 12tl:l--Sydney, wind W., nhoworv; little sea. Adelaide, wind N, lIne. Kiam?, calm, raining. Eden, wind S.W. light, fine. Gabo Island, wind N.E. Inun; ser amooth. 'ort Stephelp, wind W. fine; na smooth. Broken IBay, wind 8.W., like rain. Ballina, raining; bar smooth. Thd brig Jane, Captain William Chamberlain, arrired in port on Tuesdayerovening, from Auck hland. Sie left Auckhrnd on the 29th M!arch, and experienced fine weather all the way across, with light variable winds, up to Soday lanst, when a fresh .W.S.W. wind sprung unj which veerdd into S.E. She was towed Into port by Mr. Dalton's steam tug Chalenge, andia now disch~arging ballast atPort Walatah. Captain Chamberlain did not exporieneo anyof the bad weatl r which other vessels met with coming up and stitosthat he could with the exception ofone day, have carried the main royal the whole of thie voyage.. When two days out from Acok lnd,'theo brigantino Hslen, of Napier, was seen olf tihe Thr...

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Waratah Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1876. (Before A. A. P. Tighe, Esq., P.M., and W. Robson and R. W. Moody, Esqs., J.P.'s.) HORSE SWEATING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

Waratah Police Court. WEDNlEDAY, APni. 12, 1870. efore A A.. Tihs . Pr.: tad . Robson e OnSe S2WtATIG " aWillim Davies s i chargcd with takinog and using one horse, th proprt of obrt iowtherington, at Plattsburg, Wallsend, on Mr. Nicholson atppeared for defendant. Itobert aecntheringten deposed: I am a miner, residing at Plattsbttrg; on tne 2nd intaut msen, rwaus ith tie Bullock Paddock, inear latthy bnrg" deiendnt asn taking tile horse fron the lsaddiek, and o saw him riding it home froett 'aitllnd e the same slty' I cauglit hohl of the Iorsoe and oaid it was mine; defenSdant reped, " that's him, Bobby" we then nont up to my hoae ogbtbr, t we he took thie saddle and ibridlo off, and gave the olte up to me; I never gave him leave to ridotho horse, or use it in. any ay; n" o one but myself had any authority to lend the htorse. - . By Mr. Nichiolson f The horse was not on ty prottiet when tatet awny; I remember sponsiog to dfenuant, who was aelong with a Davies tlen asked me for the l...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

CAVE ADULLAM. A SPLENDID opportunity is now ofIered to the good-natured eaoy-going public of Newcastle to do good without putting itself ont of tile wsy further than by puitting its han its od iits pocket. Of course, this is about tile lst direction in which many would care to put themselves out of the way, but we know that there are some in Newcastle who only require reminding that the Fire Brigade seeds peculniary aid, in order to unlooso their purse strings and supply the desired help. Itis now some considerabUle timie since the terrible cry of "fire" resounded through the streets of our city, and it is to be hloped that a still longer period will olapse before we shall again listen to it.4 It is well, however, to be prepared, and 's cheerful and liberal pecuniary encourage mnent awarded to the committee at thie present juncture, by thle Newcastle public will go far to stimulate tllhe excrtiolns of the committee, and result in providing one of the greatest requirements of this ci...

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SUNDAY AT PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

SUNI)AY AT PIIILsADEssLPnIA E;,usi, TION. --- Every civilized nation in thls world will take part iii the Opoutemsili Expositfon. The Coonmission have detes minsed to close in on the Sabbath---that is on Sunday, the Sabbathl of the Christians. If they close it on the Sabbath of every nation reprcsoented there---and why ?slsll - the nations not lie shocked in their i *, .'' osense by a failure to do so l---it 0..,? alrways 1 o closed. The msatter is thi s stated by the 'Cosrinr Journal' :---For the Greeks they will close it ion Monday ; for the Perslians oni Tuesday; for. the Assyrians on' Wednesday . for thlq gyp. tians on Thursrdayi ; fo fr the Turks, the Arabs, and ahll i?lhosiusedass n ations oa Friday; for tiho Joews iand Sovecntli-dsy lBaptists on Saturtlhiy ;a and for isll Chisa tianis they'will close it oni Sunday, anss oopen thb beer gsrdciss for us----Noew York Express. AccionD T.-A child named Haynes sos nis ovv by a dray:at Jesmond, yesterdaI l ld haild its leg brokcs.' V...

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Sewerage. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

Sewerage, IF it be true that very important lessons may be learned from studying the mis fortunes of others, then surely the inhabitants of Newcastle may gain some valuable information by a know ledge of the evils attending the want of sewerage at Surry Hills. The history of municipalities, like that of countries, may be said to repeat itself, and if a certain evil which might have been pre vented at the onset, has been allowed to gain ground in other municipalities to the detriment of health and property therein, it is the duty of the inhabitants of other boroughs, and also of. those who have the charge of the municipal interest thereof to profit by the know ledge thus painfilly acquired. There can be no doubt that in the early days of the colony far seeing men have stood out from the ranks, and prophesied that Inless attention were paid to the sani tary requirements of increasing cities, that the future generation would have to - pay tile penalty of neg lect by the present. Such w...

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LATEST GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

LATEST GENERAL NEW. A LInEnAL INSUOANCE SOOIE - A young man iinamed Blrvington (sali?e "Warrnamibool Standord ") wos liily kIilled by being crushed in a thrasl maclhine, at MIorooplna. He had insed his lifo for £200 in June, 1875, inhl Australian Mutual Provident Societyt Ilhad allowed the csecond half-yearly - minimn to roamin unpaid for nmore ta nmouthl before his death, thus forfeiti claim on the seoiety. Thle notice of premium falling duie haid ion sent c lin due course, but was retained biy the yoeg mcu's mother, who neglected to forsid it to himi. Three days after the dayf grace hitid expired he met with hIis timiely death, and his mother was lfti distressed circumstances. Thie dircec of the society, oni the facts beinig m kliown to theu, bilehvred with the lt pruiisecworthy liberality. Tlhough no chl coul hive bicen made under thle plol, they resolved tIha tle I1111 amnount:f £200 (less the lhalf-year's premnini nsluait should be paid ouver to Bavingtonl's u ther. By neglecti...

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Newcastle Gymnastic and Dancing Club. FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

Newcastle Gyrnunstic and ninCllb. PIIST ANhUqAL ,I"EETNO. T? first annual meetingn of thU mcmucur o l uNew cutlo Oonu-stio and Felcioic Club wa. hcld on Tneudaycvning, in thu City Wall. Thu ootenooo wnns smnll, only siotera ueibers of tI oarolled shxty-four enrolled being preeont, : ir. lI. J.fluow.? occupnidcdtlcohair,a opened thu proceediongs. ieusauid tluueicting wau lei frt lnual one,aneditwould bhtle last. iWent's enloumont uwas nearly at un end, nod twh ule Intoadlultounsneena newfllof labour. Hut called upon the bon. secretury to road the balaneo out. tir.. . Aro. StrOu o secretaryn and c-conu, thon read thue bhlaneo hoot, which uhud nun uof £10 ,s. Id. to th?o credit of tho club. lie lted that soomt smnllaccounts ugulout tlh club n'ou become duo before Mr. W'cst's engaugcent epired,| lnromong money wnald causo the blancenc unhostas.ntpreonnt.L flu brd called live 4 nouttsngs, but oeuchbd lupsed for want of ucouc, and uidltors rouldnot bhaoppointed, lhb? wero threfore not udi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 13 April 1876

WANTEDS. W AATR-D, TWO TURNOVERS to the JOB PRINTING BUSINESS. Apply to the Ofice of this Paper. WTANTED a Stout BOY to Strike in a Y Forge. Apply to D. Rlenltruwn, Plattaburg. W ANTED, a COOK and LAUNDRESS. Good wages given to a competent perln. Apply rn. t. JOHNSON, Commcr Yciol Hotel, \ o' l o o .2nd. " 225 T ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT Good wagesgiven. Apply oas Str., Minmi. 158 -A "ANT'ED.- A Strong Actirove Lad,about 15 S or 16 years o? age. One having sohlo knooledge of the Grocery tradopreferred. Ap. ply to D. G. WILLIAMS, Ntoreheeper, 237' Mrnoil-streot, Wolsend W ANTED, a IAN to Drive a Teoam either married or ailgle. Apply GIEORGE IAVERMIOlE, Wolle-Jtreot. W'TANTED, AT GRETA, an AGENT fo the N?welwcctle Mlorning Herald and dlinierm' Advocate, who.will see to the prompt delivery. of tihe paper every morning, oct as correspondent, ,Be., &c. Apply at once to J. MI. SWIET, W ANTED, for WARATAH, an AGENT, to deliver the Newcastle Mlorning ilerall and Miners' Advocate. App...

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