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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday, Reed. 9.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (reOx3e OUR SPECIAL COIUIESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Wednesday, Reed. 9.80 p.m. Augustus Earnest, a Frenchman, has been committed fdr trial to.day, on a charge of, committing a rape upon a child ten years old. Au elderly female namised Bridget Mary o'Hea committed suicide yesternight by bleeding herself to death. SA neeting of persons desirons of promoting Italian immigration was heold in the Masonic Hall on Tuesday eveneisg, with Sir Alfred Stephen in the chair. The meeting was ad dressed by Dr. Garran, Signor D'Albertis, Sig. Pokorny, and Mr. Pottioe. Dr. Gairan sug gested that they should hppoint a committee to communicato with the Italian Society on the ole hand, and, the Government here on the other, to see whether a suitable class of immigrants would be sent out, and' whether it would be possible to settle them lhere usn der our present land laws, or if it would be necossary,to procuro some alteration. After further;, discussion the meeting ivas:.ad joirned to the 20...

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

Answcrs to Correspoindcnts. AxAtoiaiio or Toooi owooýce.-WVo oronot to bo louiwlolkcd ly your olno do n?i?lo," for ?o Sshould tecogooeo' your diction if it wo e'othed in Arabi ohomchtovo. A Sunroncni Loombtoo.--You nro miotaken. 3.r. Stevens witw at thol miners wcK t deonstortoion, which took placein this city last year; owo think it better to snuppre, your warn ]tm ao. : u . A Tilooll..-Wo hlav neover llowod ln inonymouos letter to appon illo onwe r to t signed one. If1 you tpp?nd yolur sto;?'u twill inert moarpr duction with plouor,. Anothcr thing, it would he at iujustice to MlIeto. Paul and IRussell, wh o o append theoir onuoao to thlcir lotto?. , ,

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

Notice to Constitluents.° WE wish to inform our Friends in Wallsend, S Lambton, and other places that, not ithstbmd leg the o,trueible removing of our l'riltiee Office Sthe I'UBLISHINO WILL BE DONE IN. VWALLS END, AS UStAL, uitd our ,R. TUIIRNER will receive rd?er for ADVEINTISII INTS and JOB PRINTINO, up to 1.10 p.tn. daily. Mr. TURIINEt'STetaporary Office will be at Mr. ALN WICIi'S, Nelson-astreet, next the Northumber land Wotel, whohre d!\;Advertiemcnts, Ordern for. Job l',irting, &c.,lany be left; ael coplres of the "rN?wErVuTL: ia?IO twi.oiNb:olu, Ant) [Iee119' ADev CrAm" rirlalard. .?tJob Plilnting of'every description will be . yeeetcd with greater dispatch than hithcerto ;: J. I. SWIEEPT, Proprietor Yllaero It,1(l. -

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

.LAMBTON. TowN'.Porace ACT.-- Some month ago I pointed out (in the clumnns of 0, Advocate) that the Towns' Police Act Ia been rendered inoperative in all the maint townships, wfth the exception'of Waratah, I a 'recent decision of the Attorney-General, the effect that all offences against the A should be tried by. local magistrates with the mnnicipality in which the offenco?l conunitted. From that time the policey ri abstained from applying for suunlllolnies ni thun Act, knowing that the Waratah Ben' woild decline to adjulicate upon them. L last Court day a case was brought forward I trial, in which Mr. Loray, a publican Walleolid, was charged with illegally detail ing a watch gi~r'gnard, as secnrity for a de incurred by one of Ilis boarders. As soon the parties appeared before the Bench 1 Worship the P'olice Magistrate told them tl the ench halind no jurisdiction, and therefo lelo could lnot hear' the ease, for the reas above stated, and expressed a determinatir to abide by the opin...

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

* Responsible Governindent. THE most ardeite admirer of Rcspon sible Government willei 'thinik'bo cork,-. polled to confess,. after; 'reading the speech of Mr. Huan TAYIonR, on.Tues day at the nomination for Parramatta thatLitiis not withbout:ome fovils. It will be remembered that the representn tion of the borough has lieoonie vacant by the resignittion of Mr. TAILon, on aseount of his having"i?icd6t'd a cob tract under Government for the supply of meht fo'rthe institutions for the desti. tite and infirm at Parramatta. A' great portion of Mr. TAYLon's speech is an attempt to show that action was.nn duly-taken by the .Government-in his case, while that o'f Mr. UBRoWN'tjI late member. for Hartley, was.pre-arranged Dne allowance must hb made for the ntteraices :of a person suffering, or believing he is sufl'ering, nder'oppres sion; but the romnrks of MrI. TAYLOR upon the general conduct of the.Minis try, contain something more thanc more reprobation. It is pot often .that a candidate ...

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

WALLSEND. .:.D11ISION OF THIE,BoiRoUan.- llessls.. Ahlwiek and Dobinson have been engaged tile last fewdays in collecting signatures to "the poeition for.the division of the borough, n?id it is expected they will ]have completed the list this day, when thle pltition will be at once forwarded to the Executive. " Tulle WEAT hEn. ~''Tie .boeecficiail ef-: focts of thelate rains, and the genial sirn. shine whihih'has suceoeded it, is now being seen ill the her.lthy jppelrqe9 of -the. grasp, and in the marked imlprveonnt inll the gar dons round about. I' notile several" pear trees in blossom, bxt: whether they will bear fruit or not is a question. BEAUIFUL LtATIlEIt YRctc..-I haId the pleasure of inspecting'a very handsomo piece of loather worklanst 'weok, which wes executed by Miss Fletcher, under the oulpor vision of 1M .. Chafnuerl who possesson a talent for thile art, uiequalled potheraps by any lady ilc the "diotript. The work allndod to is a largo pictureo fT?te?o, o'llcboewicug .?...

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

PoLton COUT.-TIr were no ens for trial at the Polico Court on Wednelsd This is tle first occasion since the oetabli' Inet of the Court at Waratah that there ha been a clean shesOt. This is mnor reuiiirkablo on account of tho.Eastor Holidays, and speaki well for the morality of the district. IMPosITIO N.-A night or tetioango, a man ontored the bar of an hotel in h arataly and rsked for a Ilieho to sleep. He was i formed by the landlord that acconunmdati could not be provided for him. He then na` that ho had not mloney to parf torhadb?del asked assistanco fronm.t o lul m in thoteit The landlord and-soveml others than n;ti scribed n.? galve hinlisom hoo yiey:y He thit left, and all were of opinion that they la? done a generous notion. A few hours afteid wards this recipient of charity was soon lyie. lead drunk outside nuotherl hotel. Chari in this.aso was theiefore a fool.

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

NEW LA??lBTON. Tim PITS.-The pit wor?cod hall shift to-day, which has caused things to lot up a little. HrILSIsnoIouOII.- A, comnlnlnceOme has been made with the now brickyard Hillsborough. Two men have been sent 0~ to commenceo making bricks at once. cloy is said to be of a superior naturo, and doubt will turn out a brick equal, if t superior, to anything in the Noewcastle trict.

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

Victoria Theatre. There was a very fair attenidance last evening at the above place of ainusement,. although the dress circle was not- so-well filled as might have beeoon expected. This perhaps may be accounted for by- the ab: sence of many of oui leading citizens from Newcastle for the Easter holidays. The play of "No Name" has been repeatedly aescribed in the Sydney papers, and has been evidently written as a vehicle for the display of the pooeculiarly versatile talent of SNeoll," and as s?ich it apparently suits the purpose. The plot, of which the various clharacters are presumasbly sup. 0ased to present themseloives to the audi once as the6 exponents, appears to us to be somsewhat obscure, The good acting of t.he various performers reconcile, however, to easily reserves any incongruities 'whiclh nay present themselves to the-notice of a ifastidious audience. Rupert, Earl of D*orquet (the English locality of this `'ather outlandish title, is not mentioned n the bill) appears to h...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Latest Western Australian Item [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

Latest Western Austraiih Itenl Irs Excellency the Goavrnor and i l Robinson, ncqomnpanied by 'tho He .io-at;',,, Coloiiial "ocrctnry, are on Lour in thl o.ILionri districtb. Mr. Giles hs a startisA. his journ "1 South Australia, and is n'ot oasii the tuations ontlath Mnirchilson. ..> Sanmp:.' of silk, tho producoe of coo educatcd by'r,. John.Claytos" pt tI dovernanii mgng .i... ?t ,, o ;iscb- o and reelod at Lyos "'.Messrs. Lo" Dograni Lnad Co., aro rba.ed tob . very siiuperior qulily.- ' hiiibscriptiona for theo estabin ' of na Bushuiman's2Oliib at Olmmpion i nro being cnnavassold, and a considoral sumn has already ben ii garaniteed . is proposed,to'irnidd a tlfo'iandi pobuh 'Vhe yield of wheat is considered f siiuffiient lto.inct tloe rcq'iremint's tl.linoo b iiinrklt, but there will bo,nt for.'exporntation. TlTe thiru annniul e0ssion oof second Diocesan Synod of tfio Ch?il Eqglnlnd' wss -opened 'liy "Donih qr stant. ., No busiissi oB. 'Oif iimportai p.unding;the nrriivl of thl...

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

BIRTH. TALBOT. — On Friday, 14th instant, at Newcastle, the wife of Robert F. Talbot of New Wallsend, Catherine Hill Bay, of a daughter. 809 The Newcastle Morning Herald       AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, APRIL 20th, 1876.

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

CITY,&_ DISTRICT. TiEl LAIounIxs a iN ils.Ha.1li.-Wo often hear %f the low wago paid to the Chinese labourer, and to the poor pensant of Ireland, lut wero no t a little surprisod at the revelution ulado at the Police Court yesterday, qm a case of embezzlemenit.^ The prisoner, a Iounllg man, and evideoitly of good educatesn, had been emplloyed by a Mr. Breos, describing himself as an iroll monger, to oil certain goods, for which he -was to-recoi' 1is.- per day, to find his food, and 10 peIscent. on commission oln all goods sold.. The goods, we may as well llmention, wlro very small articles, such as tin tacks, arid to sul.l10. worth in a day would be $god work. This would make the man's 4agees up to about 18s per week, out of whlid lit hlad to thad. a place to lay his head, adlo food and clothing. A most liberal pay no doubt, and some of the ChinaiCen working oni rice iplantations would thind so, but in this " golden land " of oure, it a siimply a disgrace to employer and onl...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL VIA FORRES STRAITS. BRISBAN[?], Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

ARRlIuVltTiL OF TIE, MIL . VIA AoitEI S 'TLAlTS. lirsntAN, Mondaay. The Queen-land, with the lnglishu maile, arrived at''ownaville this morning, two dys early. She eIlt Hongkoug on the 25th MAlrch, Singapore on the 3rd April, and landed 450 Ctineso at Co.kolown. Advices generally hiavo been anticipated. Lord Lvtton sailed for Calcutta on the Ist March. { The Turkislf Ambassador at St Petersburg I:as expressed an opinion that ponco will be speedily in tihe insurgent Iphovinere Thu King fj'Ashaltee paid another instnli. meet of 500 onces of gold on nccount of the indemnity to Dr. Gohlsbury, at Coomaunsaie, The gold was found to be adulterated, and lid e days wgio given to replace it. An inquiry into the loss of tie Stratlol'de is beling conducted. A sailor slates that if the bohts of that vessel had bcel loworad saeveral lives wolld lhave been saved. Arrivals.- At Hoagkong: Willirm and Philhp, fronm-Newesatlo.

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

NErWCAST'LE FinE B3ItonE -The1 usuol wookly mooting of the Newcastle Firo Brigade (Jonulittoo wa?nH lol last evening at the oioo of 'Mr, G. lMitcholl, IMr. Webb (Huporintoudout of the Jlrigado) reportod that an instaolmnt of the now hose would be re. coived at thie end of the present week, and that the largo engine was now in thorough repair. On the .rrivat of the hose the Brigado will bo prepardd to go out whenever called; aild everything will be in oploudid worjciug order.

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

NOTES AND EVENTS: (rMo.u ovUR YDNEY CoRREs1PONDENT.) To-night (Tuesday) our Parliamentary representatives took an extra holiday, by not meeting at the appointed hour. There were only fifteen members present when the Speaker took the chair, and, there not being a quorum, Mr. Speaker declared the House adjourned. Tue count-out this afternoon in the As seonbly could not be avoided. Most of theli members are out of town, and will not return before to-morrow or Thursday. Only fifteen put in an appearance this afternoon. The Government benches were ahnost deserted. TH number of passengers that have passed between Sydney - and Newcastle during the Easter holidays has been very large, and'it is diflicult to understand how suflicient room was found for them, even on the decks of the steamers. - The Coon anbara brought a great crowd from the Hunter this morniiin, arriving at the wharf at half-past,7 o'61oc: All places of -asmsement in the eovenilng were crowded to excess. The takings at the T...

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

TILEo;tauI Titov,-A ratheor onrioun circumstnneo took llanoe o few days sinco at Oplgp, through which Mrs IIrrker, widow of the loate Ar. ). Mllrker, saddenly found herself tile ortunato possessor ot £40. The Colma Herald says that Mmr. I?arker was engaged in 1irdshing an old black coat, which the late Mir, Hariker l'id not worn for about ninetoeen or twenty years, whon. feelihn something hard in tho breast pocket, she examined it, and fohad'it £10-note andtwo £5.not,. ..

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

To the Editor of the Newcnastle lforninag erald and Miners' Advocate.) Sit,,-Iu your issuo of the 15th inst there apliearet a letter signbld by J. Russell, in roply to line of the 7th inlst., on the.qucstion.of coal trimmers and coal t~imiinig; Illr. . has not only eoododsnuded-to enli'hten the coal trim sers nt':tbotho f llacy of thieir being sacrificed I but also vindicates the position heI is in on the gronud ofbcina?gulotepnytheo hlghest rate of wageg. So fitar s the veracity of this stutoemncent go .we ivill leave? for the trinimers' themselves to decide ; aId this decisolo may enasil .he got ut, iv a 'glanbe at the petltiaa forwarded to the hovertnoiit. M. it. does not denty the state mient' ahot the brig yreloior, but pertinently ~questions the liability of the trimmera as to the quaiiiti of 'col thiRt's pot uboard a yessel, and pleads ignorance ao to his ever kniowiIg such to a the cose&. Will M1r. R. also plead ignorance as to the custom of a written agrooment being...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

' ; SHIPPING IN PORT. Bedfordshire, 1155, Warren. R. 13. Wallace agent. Ballast jetty, to load Wallaoid -- B!ist, Fruenh ship, T700 'Guigon. 0: ?. Stoke3s & Co., 'agetts; Iorseshoe, oaded SCorbna, -1199, Straohan. I. B. Wallace, agent, i:troam ; to load Loambton Colmmonwealth, 1345, Cooner. Bingle, White, and Co., agents ; to load Walisend,f Ir .'$:.Francisco Coellior, 3871, Hardy. Bingle, White '& Co., ageuts; to load Duckenfield Ellen outdey, 01, Perry. R.B. Wallace, agent ; to load \n llsend Invererne, 744, loireman. Binglo, "White, and Co. agents Olive, 8o6, Davis. BIngl, White, and Co., agents; ballout jetty ;toload Duekenflild Sali.bury, 1095. aseo. R.B. Wallace, agent ; otrenta Sir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J.: and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to loadDuoken field . W\arwiek, 1005. Tizard. lingle, White, imnd Co., agents; at jetty, to load Duekonlicld coal for China BAraQur. S.Agnos, 241, Smidt... Stream, to load, for Adelaide -. Ardvar, 858, Burns. • Bingle,...

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

S AD LAIIDE,: Tuesday. The report of the 3urra'Burra mine bhowoi a credit balance of over £12,000. The Rev. J :L. Yell; is arranging to pay a visit to tlio colonies during the present year. Tlhe oldest son of the Hon. William Hlor gan died suddenly. T I' l?s span qf tho-e Murray Bridge has boin laid n p"sitiqq. rort Darta'in 1lp,1'from th-l diggi~ng Is pIt so good as last week. . One party got 19 o0; in one day, including a 0.ozr. nugget: Thereis no businoss doing in wheat ; qulo tations arbe s. Od. to 48. 10d,

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 April 1876

To the ldit"or otthetrNewcautle noringl Ierfald andl Miners' Advocarle Stn,--Hiving entertained the idea that your journal is ever ready:to take up the cause of the oppressed ad wronged,-I have, on behalf of the comamunity of Wickham, taken oip the audgel to dcleend and advocate the causo of our (in embryo) PLbiiu School, - - 'o commence the history of the institution I write about, I may mention that an e(ffTt was madl two or three years ago to establish a publio sclol hlere, and a sum of money was -ollected, and a furthier'sum promised, but owing to the advice of a.resident friend the money was refunded, and thepromises of £10, £4, and other sums were in this manner paid. Ilavung given an account of the first a snmitteo's failure, in an attempt to establish a publiu school, I shall now endeavour to roy esw the efforts of the present one A publio meeting was called at the close of last, year, and a Committee formed, who comnneonce rlperations at'once, but evidently on tlhe wrong tr...

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