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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

(oY ELECTRIC TELE0GRAPI.) SYDNEPY. ARRIVALS. AnrL 22. Sylphide, barquo, 296 tonsl, Fuller, from War nmlhool, 14th Insotint. CKate Kearney, usobooner, 62 tons, Skelton, from Rockhampton, 14th instant Woutnworth (s,s.), 1000 tons, Paddle, from Leibournoe, ArnfL 23. Boomerang (a), 445 tons, Durrell, from Rock hanmpton, 19th intarnt. Sanheam, barquo, 443 tons, Clayburn, from OMelbourne. Carl Max, German schooner, 224, Boyter, fram Adelaide, ttih inatant. Amy, : rig, 220 tons, Ha, rison, from Adelaide, 14th instant. OGaka, barque, 527 tons, Lowe, from Lon don. Audrow :lleed, ship, 700 tons, Hill, from Java 29t.h February. -an Juan, brig, 273 tons, Thompson, from Port Fairy, 10th instant. hooter (a.). fruon Twofold lay and Eouthlcen ports. Dandenong (s.), 575 tons, Stapford, frpm . bourne, April 21,

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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COUNTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

COUNTnY NoTEs, - Dr, ichracdor late of Wallsonld and Newcastle, is praotilnog at Vnalehln, nndintouends making his residence in that township,-Cobb and Co.'a coach, that hitherto left Tamworthl at 9 o'clock on Sunday morning, to catch the 1.35 train for Now. castlo; will in future leave Tamworth on Sundaly at 8 o'clock p.m.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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DEPARTURE. April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

- I)EI'ARTIrRIC. April P2. Alexandra (a.), o lin)bo3elirnlo' Lady ilawon (a.). for Ulriainaao Mary W\dlayle, for l'oi Rapier Malry I~uiiirpf~or ShI~Imci a lRritiab Duke, for ShaagIjei

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

ADELAIDE. . Saturday. T~o China arrived:at midnight, ,The closing. of tho mail wan postponad till noon to-day. The ship'Irvind has beoon chartered at 425. pd. to lodn yhe4t at port Brol!glhton for Lon don. Wheat is dull, with rmtos unclhngod.

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MELBOURNE. DEPARTURES. April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

- ELBOURNE. - DEPAnTrulu~. :·April-218: 1nIadura, barqii;'Tfbr Nbir~hstlo - : CLar I~arg~raves, rqu~rcl.ifr hkivastle.

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

SMELBOURNE. Saturday. At thie arual comm~oqcoment of the Uni versity; to-dly, Sir Gaorgo fown, Arch., deac6n Stc'tceh, thoBvo'. J. G. Stobbo, Pro. fosso Hanson, aid MIr. South, of the Charoh f England Gmmunar School, took ad eunzdem, T'1o Mirinug lQard eone uly Will probably comletall ividonco 9e Tuasduy. tA eli rain fell tod~ay t o e . fllciont to intorforo with oat-dooran ets The following is the teanm selected for Phila. dolphia:--Captains Kiing, W'ardell, and Groenflold; M]cjor Sloop, r.: Draper. The WVimlbledon team hitvo sent Captain St. Jbhn ?ildmay.a challengo to shoot two matches against al tcmn--Englieh, Irish, or Scotch -ano awith nlitary wgcalons, the other small. hard. -* '.Tho University commemoration takes placed to-day. The Governor takes the dbegreoo o Doctpr of Laws (ad clldetya,) ,SQventy.-tvd application e'aore received for slomiinations for the oVatorloo Cup, including two: repreeontitiveQ eachl from-Noew South WVales and Soutlh A.?laisa Tle number ox. i doeeds ...

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TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

TElPfEGRAPIOIC WEATHER REPORT. c Jervis lHay W N.W., noe Gabo Islenad S.hV., el0 smootll;. Port M?aequario-S.SGW.ee Gee, moderate; Souath Head--S.W., fine. a The Oil?ia Davis, rarqle, f.room Glelong, nrrsvedinpp port arr in p.o. on Sunday, ,lath . eatg~o;'ii hay, chaff; anti Cenern colonal po duce.a Captain Lo Novell reports hianill lot; oGeelong on ilolnay. the 17th instant, anti eperiened litW lsd ribl rm weatlo er tlarouilghnt. The Olivia Daris tsn uio disoharging at tle earbo wharf. The ldoonata, slaip, front Wallaroo; with 597.. tons eonpper ore, nrraved'in port on Sunday last.. Captaio COaron reports having left ahllnron on tha 9th instant. Experienaced moderate N. winds to \yWilsdo'a Promontory, varialre windsJ thonce untit arriving is this port Whlen lff Wollongoag, end bearing about IV.. thebo ship pnassed a vessel's lower mast, aith the head biroken off. 'faere eas notlaia on the mnst to indicate, ahat veasel it sas lost from, The French burque 'Thereso et Nelly swa wed to...

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BRISBANE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

BR3IISBlANE. . SATURDAY. 1Cr. Anderson hme been appointed genora inspector of schools. :SAILED.-QuonslaSlfnd (s.), City of DBrias bone (s.), and Edinn, for Sydney; Bris. bIne (s.), for Townavillo. Sunday. Two men woro drowned at Goodna, by the upsetting of a dingy; one of thom was named Jolhn Forrestor. A ne w line of steamors is being built on the Clydo, for the cenveyanuce of emigrants from Glasgow to Brisbane, llockhampton, and Townsville. Nerly two thousand seven hundred a were landed in the colony last year, of whom dnly four buidred antd forty returned homo,. Tho?Eden Hlolme and Ramsay, fromBris. bane, arrived in London on February 22. The Ly-eo-Moon passed Cape Moroton this rfternoon. Arrived.--Blaneho, from Newcastle.

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THE COLIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

THEIL COLIMA. TUE following communication has been received by thio agent of tho P. M1. S. Compan~ in Sydney, and uppcara in Thuiandlysa S. r. Heraldl;- ^ "Steamnhip Colima, at anchor Lyttelton Harbor "April 7th, 1876. " To General Agents of P. I.'s. Co., Sydney. ' GvTIcERNc,-- 'ori hlave already been'advised by telegraph of the serionus 'nident that liha happened on board this lately uuftrtunote steamer, hut I know you would wish to have the full parliculars, so I wllg give give you a few itorems of the voyage since my.lasot letter to you, written at Kandovau. I wrll'delv anyone to produce anothir ciroumstance .where a ship, tokinfg ae mauny -ddlfrent coIurseC as we necessarily did in our roundabout route, had as many head winds. From tire time we left Fiji until te night we sailed from Lyttelton for Otago, we had nuoton day, nor six hours even, of fair wind; it blew heavy from Kandavan to Aucklnnd, with heavy sea. We left Auoiklndl in the face of a north east gale. with thick heav...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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TERRARA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

TERRAR~. Saturday. Tile municipal inquiry, under tho tliirtcenth section of the Act, now being held here, before Mr. Henry. Connell, Polico Magistrate of Iiiamsa, which conumenced on Tuesday last, lis booeen continued from day to day, crneating considerable excitoment. Tlhe solicttors pro sent, repreosenting petitions and counter-po. and Saturday. Tihe Bishop of Goulburn held a confirma tion in St. Paul's Church, on Wednesday, having the lpr'ovioim day confirmed sovornl at WVanganeha, on the ss'y from HLay. The Bishop and Mrs. Thomns were met at Wan-. garatta byRev. Mr. WVaren, who drove theum to Doniliquin. On .Thursday eiening the Birishop presided nt.a meeting in the parish room, when a finance committoo was fornmed to aid the Churchwardens. Yesterday, Mr. WVnre drove the Episcopal party to Conargo, whero service was.held at 4 o'clock. They were enoteitined at night very hoipitably at Boonookf by MTr. F. Poppin, as they had on Monday by Mr. Officer, at Zra. To ay they rocoeded to...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NE-WCASTLE. ARRIVALS. April 24. Annie Loewis. Amelienl lrque, 671, Morse from Auckland. C. I. Stokes und Co., agenIa Springbok, barque, 327, Simpson, IromnMel bourle. J. Veenmlano, ea.ent Glimpse, birque. 345, Harris, from Aucklnnd. R. B. all.ee, agent . COASTWISE. April 24. Morpeth (s.s.), Saaonia (.s.), -Nile, Holbo, Oatleornue Agnes and Lady Emman, from Sytl loey. 'Terrigal 'Packet, f'rom Terrigal, with 9000 feet timber, 5000 palings. -April 24. .-," r Induastry and Collaroy (a.a.), from Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

SHIPPING. WED IS SHIP SAVENA.IN. COAPTAIN C . NYLEN will not bo oesponibloe for debts con eod by noy of his crow, while in this port, tit iwritten ath0orit0 . • BINGLE, HlITE, & CO., Agents. EWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (L.,Tro.) j SydnC Y Exhlibition! S. 8,KEOIBLA will run at SINGLE ES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY,, UNTIL iDTY,12Tn M6AY, INowuloVE. SALOON.... .,'-..1..0. 0 5 d. ST ERGE7..o.......... o - log Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p.m. (Shutrdoy and Sond'ov eceopted). lng ]wastle Every Morning at 1O a.m (Somday nd Moondi y oxeoptod).. 1" . .D PORTUS, " I)1 * . * Mandger..' -Hunoler-streel, " " weastle, 10th April, 1876. " : 199 !iniP of Joe Largest Claso token .up for PAIRS, tE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &N.. ron S ps cleaned. Shipwrighls' and Smiths k performed. Sp nnd all other ship's materiols in etok.' An Fxzperienced Diver, with diving appa ?.u on hand.' naT. O'SULLIVAN & C0., Propritors. PUBLIC NOTICES. N OTICE-All kindu of Onrden Seeds for Sale, at T. SNEDDON'S S...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

oSlIPPING IN PORT. Surrs. :Bdfordshire, 1155. Warren. R.1B. Wallac a ent; for ?on Franciscon No;. 4 crane, loading WVallsend Corohas:1189, Straohan. R. B.-. Wallace, agent, btream; toload lamton Commono wealth, 1345,. Cooer. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; to load \YWalisenil, for SaIlI Francisco Conflier, 1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co., agents; to load, Messrs. Brown's coal Sllen Goudey, 014, Perry. R.B. Wallace, ogont to load \Vallsond Firth of Clyde, 824. O. F. Stokes and Co, ,gentso ' avcrerne, 744, Foreman,. Bingle, White, and Co. agents Sloonla, 627, Penrce. G. Hwison, agent Olive, 846, Davis. Binle, White, and Co., agents; ballast jetty; toload i, Messrs. Brown's coal ,. Salisbury, 1095. Case. R.;t' Wallace, agent ; dtream , . Savenas Skelletten (Swedish),? 768, Nylon. Binugle, White, and Co., agents -' Sir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J. and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to load, Messrs lrowlla coal WVarwick, 1005, 'Tizard. Bingle, White, and Co., dagets; at jettSy, ...

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DEPARTURES. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

' DEPAPRTURES. April 24. Italy, harquefor Hobart Town. Cargo:430 tols col . Therese et Nelly, Frenoh barquea for Malil4? Calgo: 540 tons coal Isoboellar, brig, ftr Lyttleton. Caro: 451 tons co l. 1 dra), 56 bac, bark :?Darrabool (s.s.), for Melbonrae via Sydney CoAsTrria?s. April 24. 'Woonooia (ss.), Coonanbarr(a 8.~), for Syd noy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

IRONMONGERY. N .0 T I C E To Builders, Coritractors, & Others. T. .G. ALCOCOK . Bege to sah special attention to his recent IMPORTATIONS or F I R E GR ES. Oing to the depressed trade in tho home market, they have been secured on very favour able !orms. and will be - "' SOLD CHEAP, To make room for further shipments. ;They consist of Kitchen Ranges Ovocns-Colonial and sham * side--30, 32, 34, 86, and 38 incah. Do. Oven and Boller-36 38, 40, and 4 inches. ELLIPTIC GRATES. Leamingter. Ranges, 86 toe60 inohes F?ull Register Grates, various ' Half-register, from 24 to 36,lnohes Square Dvens and Grates. Air Bricks Sash Weights. ALS0, ON SALE, AT TOE VERY LOWEST IMARKET RATES-.* Corrupated Iron, 5, 6, 7, 8, , and 15 feet Sheet Zine Perforated Zino:i Sheet Lead s~ Half-roazld Spontihg. 4 to 6 inches O.G. Spouting, 4 to 6 incher . Rain Water P'ipes, all sizes Wire Nails, all sizes Ewbank's O.S. Clout, Fine Clout, COt, Lath, blate Nails, Brads, &e., oe. Carpentrs' Rim Locks, 6...

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GULGONG. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

GULGONG. S oSaturday. ?r. Rouse, of Guntawang, was unanimously ol.oted Mayor of tho Gulgong Municipal Council.

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL. CHAPTER V (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

THE, HAUNTED HOUSE, on THE SHADOW AT RIlVER HALL. Br ?~as, J. 1. RIDDEsLL, .Ao 'O os A LIFe's ABSlze, GEORGE GsIT, &C. CehAPTER V (CONTINUED). "PRECISELY so. And thus it happened that' you wore u6ablo to confute Mliss Elmsdale's fancy. I toldher she must hiave been dreaming," retorted Mliss l3lako. " People who wake all of a sudden often confound dreamis with realities" " And people who are not in the habit of awakening suddenly often do the same thing," agreed her questioner; "and so, bliss Blake, we will pass ouat dreamland, and into daylight-or rather foglight. Do you recollect' a particu larly foggy day, when your neice, hear ing a favourite dog moaning piteously, opened the door of the room,where her father died, in order to lot it out ?" Miss Blake set her lips tight, and looked up at the gallery. There was a little stir in that part of the court, a shullffling of feet, and suppressed whisper ing. In vain the crier shouted, ( Silencel I silence, there 1" The bustle con...

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(From S. M. Herald.) MUSWELLBROOK. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

(Fromn S. . Herald.) 1USWELL3BR OOK. Saturday. Afr. Joseph Paxrton delivered a leature on Psalmody in the Presbyterian Church, last evening, to a highly attentive and appreoia. tive audionce. It was a greaont succoss.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Monday, 9.48 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

LATEST TELECGRAMS. (1'rore oulr SjdneU co'orre .pondeta.) SIYDNEY. • Monday, 0.48 p.m. A cnxr named Livoclk was killed by an omni bus this afternoon. The driver (a man named George Lacy) was brought up at thile Central Police Court; but the constable states that no blame is attached to the driver. He has been reimaided to the Doroner's Court. R?eceived 10.5 p.m EIiExcelloney the. Governor lai? thie foun dntion stone of the PrhiceAlfred Hospital this afternoon with great ceremony. There was a very fishionable attendance. The Mail Steamerarrived this morning with the Torres Straits Mail. Tlhe settling in connection with the Rand wick race meeting took place to-night, and orve?r?t)hing piasced off satisfaictorily. A largo meeating was held to-night in the Tempomrance IHll to advocate the introduction of the Biilo into Stato schools.

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PATENT SAFETY CAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 25 April 1876

PATENT SAFETY CAOE.-On WaI-h nesday (says tile IPleasant Creek News) an ili. portant public trial of Williams' Patent Safety Cage was witnessed at the HMagdala Comprny's shllaft, in thle presence of a great numb0r of mlilning lmalnagers, millers and others. -A Ilhempenll rope was substituted for the wkro ropes ordimarily in use at the claimhn, so affo allow of a speedy saeereolco, alld conseientlyl a sudden teat. The cage, holding an oempty. truck, was in tihe first instance hlinuled frdm the brace towards thie sheave at the popliot heads, ndt whten on tihe move upwarisa thb rope was cut wit it one sharp blow from a to mahawk anl the safety apparatus acted in stantnlleously in proventing thie eage from descendling. In thoesecond trial thopatontoee, Mr. Joseplh Tilliams, and the acting maneiger oa tlhe lagdala claim, Mr. MC'Olintapok, got into the truck, and thIe rope was again -ct while thie cage mlanoved lupwards, thle oeffeot bolng equally aatisfactory notwithstanding the extra we...

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