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WEST KEMPSEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

WEST KE ' IPSEY. Tuesday. The Thomas and Henry. schooner, Bastian; master, forHambudcra, was driven ashore in -Trial Bay during an easterly gale on the 13th-. instaht; the vessel is not damaged, aid lies' about fifty yards.from the-wreck of the Comn moreo, well up Con the beach; the cargo is shiore.- . . Th Civility is insido the bar; thoPlatypus is in Trial Bay. Thi river is six' feet above the usual level at Kempseoy.-, The district looks as well as pos sillo; 'grass and water are plentiful;'and the crops good.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

MEDICAL.. R. F. W. REAY, AB A Medlical Botanist Of upwards of twenty years' standing, -. Respectfully intoi ms the reildents of Newcastle Wallsend, and Hunter River District generally that ho is practising his profession.with that MARKED SUCOESS . Winch has made his nanmo so popular on the Gold.fielldaand in the Coal-miniop distriots of New South .Wales. 'l'lThe superiority of the yatem of HIlerbial Treatment over all others is now acknowlhdged by the londe ilg membera of the Medical Fatuity all over th world; and the cry in-Our Medicines are ¶0 Purely Vegetable I" Professor HUXLET lhas demonstrated in lils work, "Protoplasm," that mineral substances cannot- bh dministered with benefit, and that only after Nature hla transmuted them lots plunts are they good for either Food or Mcdi- I cine. Experience tasught Herbalists this great truth long behoore the learned reofessor dis covered it or himself, and none have had clearer and more conclusive evidence of their eilfcienoy than FRANC....

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

....T.o Correspondcnts... lO focilitate.tho tooooaotioo of busoneo ton ronnec Stiou with thls jottrlal, conespondenta willplease attend to the foloti ng instnetionsr :--Addsro s letters or queotions, intended for insertion, to-theoEditor; dvertipetoents,, to theo olic ; aud "other lettoer of a ptivotw natuoe,.to tto pattico for wtolm intended. Arrsurlos to this will froequenty save trouble,. nd cause matters of a busiotos naotrc to bt more promptly attended to thnn would otherwisoe ie the J. AI. sWEEr, Proprictor. HIoRAlD ANs AOvocn: Ofece, 19th AprilU, ?lt.

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CARCOAR. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

CARCOAR. Tuesday. A remarkably rich, lode of red ozido and native copper wvas streilolast night, in the Coombiug, copper milio, at a depth of one hundred and thirty feet, -

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. B MIas. J. H. RInosEIL, AUTnoalor A LIFr's AsrsZE, Gsolles Glrnr, &c. CHAPTER III (CONTINUED). "Do 1" he repeated, pleased, per haps, to find so appreciative a listener. "I sent, of course, for the best advice to be had in London, and I went to the local doctor-a nman who keeps a sur gery and dispenses medicines-myself, to ask what he meant by returning such an insolent message in answer to my summons. And what do you suppose he said by way of apology ?" " I cannot imagine," I replied. He said he would not for ton times over the value of all the River Hall patients, attend a ease in that house again. " No person can live in it," he went on, "and keep his, her, or its health. Whether it is the river, or the drains, or the late owner, or the devil, I have not an idea. I can only tell you that no one has been able to remain in it since Mr. Elmsdale's death, and if I attend a case there, of course I say, get out of this at once. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

WANTEDS. ' 7ANTIED, Good Genaial SERVANT. 'V. t A pldj it once to Mrs. D, L-ASKll; Hunter-stroot. T?TAN'L'ED, a tILACKSMI? d, must be -V used to Colliery Work. Apply at the DUOin.rFnrtD Co.LLtRr. " . 808 W ANTED two respectabluoYOUNG' MEN? as Bioarders. Apply at, onoo:toq;rs. STEELLE, Commlonage, Lambton. 27 A PPRENTICFES WANTED. Apply to t. Mrs. JACKSON, Devitre.street, Lamb too. 206 W'ANTRD, TWO TURNOVERS to the JOB'PRIN''ING'BUdINES?. Apply to the Office of thlsPaper. ~7ANTED, AT. GRETA, an AGEN' fo SV " the Nlewcastle dMorning HIerald and Minera' Advocate, who will see to the prompt delivery of the paper every, morning, act as correspondent, co., &S. Apply at once to J.l . SWVET., . J,/l ANTED, for WAl'ATAH, nan AGENT, to deliver the Neiwcastle Mornian9 Herald and Miners' Advocate. Apply at oouo to OIllio of this Patper.; '* ' BROWN'S * DUCKEN'IELD COLLIERY. Wanted Isunediately. 100 MINERS. Apply at the Colliery. JAMES & A. BROWN.. TENDERS. T E N D E R S . TENDER...

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MOSQUITO BITES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

MoSQUITO BIrTls .- A prophylatio against mosquito bites in probably g donidorr,4 turn w;ithl itany of odr readers. Hero is aoao on the illthority of D?, Jagor, a Uorlnan tra yellur and savallt as quoted in the "Indian F?rester':' ; -" A tinoturo of one part of inseot powdor" (whatever that may bo), " two parts of alcohol, ancd two parts of water, protects all parts of teo body, which are wetted with it absoluitely ,gaiant ?l?y. ait,O hio by, noaqulitos." Thoe insjcat lcow(r sold in Sydidy ivas indrd duacd by. 3r. Krofft, many years ago, qld ii aid'to bo domlidsed of the flovwer.ledsla of a Species of Antheliis, or, perhaps, Pyrothum. " W\Vy i a dying Christian likeo a cobbler " H. lie aes his end, lays down his awl, and pro perea his sole, for the last,"

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE,. AItIIIVALS. ARIL 19. You Yangs (s.s.) 451), Thrussel, from Eel. bourne, via Sydney. W. 11. Smith, agent. I CCoASTWISOE April 19. Coonanbmar (s..), Kesnbla (.s.). )'New Eng land (s.s), \Voonona (s.), Tasmania (a.), nlor peth (s.s.), Durkenfield (.), and Eagle (e.) from Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

SHIPPING, , WcOASTLE STEAMSIP COMPANY. [N(LIMITED.) EASTER A[OLIDAYS? Randwiok Races and Exhibition. M S. S. KEMBLAhVwill run at'S.NGLE FARES FOR THE'DOUBLE JOURNEY, for fmire (3) WVeeks, from THURSDAY, 18Tih APRIL. SALOON....... . .. 12 Od. STEER tAGE............... 786d. aing S'dney Every Nit at 11.30 pm. (saturday and Sunday excepted). Leanving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.m SRunday and Mopday excepted). .ir'Ticketa available up to FRIDAY, 11Ti IAY (both days inclusivt). PORTUS, M anager. Neaweatle, 10th April, 1876. 193 -DSULL1VaN AND CO.'S PATEN-T mLIP, NEWCASTLE. iiiPS of the Largest Class taken up for e .'ARS, ReCLAUSING, SURVEY, &c. Iroui Ships cleaned. Shipwrightsa and Smiths .tk performedl. Spk-s ned nll otheor ship's materials in stock. An Fzpoeric iced Diver, with diving appa .lu:,on hag!. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., .? Propriotora. PUBLIC NOT'u8S 0onr--Al[~l kinds of Garden Seeds f Sle, at T. SNEDDON'S Store, t 3-w ALL ACCOUNTS al to d galnst NEW up to Noi. ...

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CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

-.. JJSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES., -April 19. Smiling Morn, Willianis, for. Adelaide, withl 390 tols coal Melrose, Kenny, for Nel on, with 410 tons coal, and 6 tons coal dust. R. B. Wapllaco, agent Island City, Brown, for Lyttloton, witlh 620 tons coal, R. B. Wtllace, agent Cnut y Scot Blake', for Nelson, with 527 tons coal. I,. B. Wallae, agent.

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DEPARTURES. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

DEPARTURES. April 18. Nil. COASTWISE. April 19. New England (s.) for Grafton, Peterboroupll Lass for Port Stephens, Seholdboy for Richmond River, ]iembla (se.), Piompt, Brilliant, Tas mania (a.), Woonona (s.), and Maitland (a a.), for rdnoy.

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[?]OTIONS IN PURSUANCE OF NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

TION IN PrqUIoU4NUE OF NOTICE. . ernoian Gmnd moved--?That ithe cil, hiavig .before it tl;e valuator's tfor the curront year do proceed on lais therof to make atssossament imder irovisions, and for tlhe. ppose neon in section 164 of the Municipalities f 1807." ;onded by Aldermin R idloy and cui lerman Grant moved-" That a :rnte. Sslhilling in tlhe & on the assessed of all rateable property 'within: the ciphlity for tihe current year. i (ilidcd by Aldornm h SBlioeeilithiaud il,. ' ; • - ' .. .. ' , erman Grant moved--". That the as eit ?ad rato be trailsicibed intto the oak, and that the Mayor bIo author allix the Corporatioil seal thereto;l' oGded liy Alderidmarm Maddock and erman Hinddmarsh said before the as wont any furtlher lie wgqpld -like satiplied of one thing, viz.; ,uat qio )pnuil nighml he handedd in a hotige of 1 for work to'be dlone in Poerspq, which was not' on the bhsinesso He wished to know what wos to e in the matter. ', Clerki said that if the ;motion had aa...

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(From S. M. Herald.) BRAIDWOOD. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

(1'rnil .S. .I. lherald.) BIAI-DWOOD. Tuesday. An attempt to stock the Shoalliaven RivOr with fish woa mado yesterday, when thirty codfish, wo'o liberated at Ballalaba by lMr. Rnay, contractor. Tuesday. Georgo Pitt was convicted this aftornoon of tho murdor of. aIr M onrti n, t Gntn?o. ..a---tonced to dacth." "Thhiudgo hold 6ot no hopi'era io?, b?'lln, :r.. O the slntonco.

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La[?]on Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

Latllr- n illunicipal-Councsll. .,ual fortnightly meeddtiig of the above neil was held on Tuesday overinglast. :nt : Aldermen Screen, Grant; Maddi Hindnarash, .Maddock, Shoesmith, ey, and Dauinty. In the absence of layor,Alderman Screen was moved to conRRESPONDENoiE. is Clerk rqad a letter .from l . 0 . ens, Esq., with ioference to the Main. I question. .,; tttr froth the Council Clerk to lIr. ace, askihg him to dedicate Cloudae t tq'tho Colneil.,' referoencu to- the first lotter, the rman said the Mayor was going down ydney, and thie Mayor, .Aldeioimi smith, and himself thought it would tter to have this informatiobn iropared y;nt to Sydney, tq assiqt Tir. Stevoens wsgs tl}e sunm of £600 to make thli ion the neutral ground, . io Cddstoil went intoa Conissittee of wholo, for the purpose of; examining Hassing accounts:.. : " : r resumption, the Clhairman reported accounts amounting:. to £04-. 6s. 3d. been examhied in committee,' aiid d that the same be adopted:by, the cii. Seconded b...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

* MELBOURNE* . Weduoeday, 8.30 p.m. The Melbourne Govoernment exports say that Stovenson's goods show nn under valua tion of sevesteen per cont. The letters of the firm are to be opened to-day, or to-morrow. IliRhmond's defeat anusaed 'consteoration amongst his Melbourne backers, but the ring are rejoiced at thu result of the mace.

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Execution of Ah Chong. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

ixecution of Ali Cinongt. (From our Sydiney Correspondent.) An OCoING, tho Chinamanu who was sentenced .to death at the.last sittings of thle Central Criminal Conrt for the murder of another Chinaman named 'Po Tie (whilst both we:e prisoners in Parramatta gnol), was 'executed in Dar linghurst gaol on Tuesday morning. It will be remembered that tlhe crime for which he forfeited his life was com uitted while -he two Chinamen were in the yard ;of the, Parranatta. gaol with the rest of the prisoners having dinner, .A.h.p «».=6 ?th4 t,^-<.'»m.n vS..'»,n n springing up' with a knife in his hand, and' etabbing his unfortunate .country man in the righit breast, and woundirig him so severely that he died;in less than a quarter of an hour afterwards, W'tinco the date of the execution was fixed,.the condemned man has received the minis trations of theo Rev. Mr. Milne, the Presbyterihn '"chaplain of the gaol, who has" been very .assiduous. inr his attention to the crimirnil. Ah Ohohg...

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Latest News from the Seat of War at Greta. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

"L.atest News from the. Si&t of': .. r at.Greta. ; .;: - r' (IFrom.our Greta Corresljodilent:e t .. SINoE my last commn:'cation n i llings hivp. assumed a very lui"t 'npc, 'eibre, and w? were beginning to think tlilt th' ' war hatchet was buriud, and the peiutce . ful ca!uaiet might now bo whifid ;. but on Tuesday, thil 18th, the dream was iudely dispelled by the Capitalistic forcesi n" suming thu offtmsive, and soudiiig a firco into the fild to fill slack; but the argus eyes of the Amazonian icouts were upon themn, and soon thle lirai.eic drums suimmoned these Spartan nmotliers, to the couucil chnmburs. .No doubt' they need their tonggcs tosome no lva tages thieto (don't they nlways di0 il), as the sequel will show, Abuit 'thlrio o'clock the Amazonians began to mnster. Soon the word was givoin, to form into line. Storn was tb eye :of the lenader as she surveyedi the gillaiit few that shlie commanded l In er rglht hand she carried her baton pf offilo (a wnadv) ; in hpr left ...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1876.) (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

NEVWCA'STLB ' POIICE COUURT.- IVEDNi4er n , AIPRIL 19ni ,1870.) (Before Mor. IanniRll, "1 P.):'" DUNK ENNESS. .„ Tvo?driilikradswee 'doaltvith. CaOleaili Lu;c,itged 24,: i delsk, oi ro mand fromn: Sydney, w;na. ch!iarged ,with embezzling goods'to the 'valule of £2.:10s., the property.of.TohnluBrees, of Newcastle; . iiTlih evidende of tihe apsll'ehending: con stable, taken in Sydney,:wa 'iead ovor, n-s also was thel:evidence of ptoeiecutor, talkon prior to thle renmand being' granted. Proshcutor's 'eidlence'tendcdo, shliow that hIer was ass ('. onssois +.'rdd *Made'''ei'gaged priaol~B~i;~iii'er~^'doi;t 'ilsorto Bell goods,: Prisoner was-to receive one slilling per day as wa~ge's, aitrliballowed one shlilling per day to purchase:fpod;. :als6:ten per cont on'lshat .he''sbltld': He had'ri tiluantity of goods for sale',wlhich'hlie appropriated. ., TlBeric~dl disriissed'thli case,.the law now '.afll\oing cosroebtcutor"to prdice'd: agaiin'st pisopnee:.r ol')1Bezzlepieit lof goods,, OE ,,;i...

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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

STRAY O NOTES. (.i; a Correspondent.) TFn' fruitful labours of the enterprising and ! neirgetic several. Bbrough Councils with which this city lhas boon blessed since its first fornmation as a municipilty, are us pecially:.nbticeable (aftei the recent rain) in the noighbourhood of the principal back streets---save the mark !---diverging from Hunter-street. The present condi tion of Wolfe, Perlkin, COluch, and other stro ti is such that must indeed be matter of juist pride to- the citizedi, aid ilipress tl.e stranger with the most lofty opinion of the innovating and zedalous spirit 'of the aldermanic body,.past and .present, whose whose unitiring efforts to- rqnder passable the streets iil' question,; have met with :such success that, after a copious rainfall, tlihe acuniilations of inud extending the length of the roadway is not grcater than a foot dcceep. During the late drouight ths members of the-shoe-blacking indus try have not been amonqug' ii.most con spicnious'adoimonenfs of ...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

Parli:,luciliry. In the Assembly to-day, the Collieries Bill was received from the Council, with amend monte, Consideration of tle Council's ameid-. monts is fixed for Wednesday noext. Thoe fiasco about Davies receiving geoso, ducks, alnd wine, from the Clerk of Potty Sossions at Maitland was repeated to-daly, whenv Scholoy again morved the adjoursme? t of the House, repeated his previous 'ssertionls, and produced a bundleo of of olicial papers to support his statements. He was received with derisivoe laughter. Davies 'described Seholoyat a pimp, tout, and detective of the lowest kind, t 1?r. Robertson, in answer to lfMr. Parkes, said that the Colonial Treasurer was at ipresent out of the colony, but was dxpected back on Tuesday: Mr. Parkes intends moving that the papers in connection with the Trea surer's mission to Eugland be produced.

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