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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

WANTEDS. TrANTED A GENERAL SERVANT. Also, a Nurse Gil. Apply to Mns. RICHARD READ, Bldtoo-ot. 170 W1 AN'TEI), a0 Good General SERVANT Apply to Mus. I'OOLE, Furniture Warehotea, l unter.street. 353 ANTR.D, TWO TURNOVI'RS to the JOB PRINTING BUSINESA. Apply to the Olico of this Paper. W? ANTED, for WARATAH, an AGENT, to deliver tile Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate. Apply at once to Oilieou of this Paper. W ANTED, AT GRETA, aoln AGENT fe, V the Newccastle Morning lHerald and Miner' Advocate, who will see to the promlpt delivery of tile paper every morning, act as correspondent, &e., &o. Apply at once to J. M. SWEVET, PUBLIC NOTICES ORTHERN A R T UNION. The COMMI1TTiE WILL MEET Tts oMono Iso, at Eleven o'clook, for the purpose of SUPeIRINTENDING THE RlE-DRAWING FOR THE PRIZES. Subscribers are invited to attend. 373 ROBERTS & CO. LECTURE S CHOOL OF ARTS A LECTURE will be delivered in thle COlass Room THIS EV ENING, at 8 o'lool, by Henry J. Brown, Esq...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

Exports. April 2G.-Per Drover, for Briabono, T260 tons coal April 26.-Per Palace, for Melbourne, 490 0ons coal.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

SMELBOURNE. Tuesday. Puarliameont will probably mooeet on thIe 20th June. Mills, who was injured in the Windsor fire, has died. Stevenson and Sons will bh plaintiffs in four sOpa?ato actions agoinst tile Government. A fire occurred in Marie-street, Stawell, yesterdaly night. Thlrco houses were do stroyed. A small fire occurred at Carlton, last night, but was speedily extinguished. The Government lhave handed over to the Messrs. Stevenson their detained letters un opened. fr. Stevenson was previously.sum moeed to attend, but declined. The Com missioner of Customs stated that all packages imported by the firm will, in future, be evoned and exmunined, in order that the relia belity of the invoices emay be tested. Tho Broughl-Smyth inquiry has concluded, and thie report of tihe Board will be furnished on an early date. Tile total of Victorian subscriptions to Mort's freezing process ameounts to £2782. Thie Governor and 3Ministorial party loft to day for the country. Tho City of M[elbour...

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The Queensland Northern Gold-Fields. Monday, April 17, 7 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

The Queensiland Northern Gold. Fields, (From the Special Correspondent of the Cooktown Courier.) Mlonday, April 17, 7 a.m. Mn. Commissioner Sellheim, who re turned on Thursday from the Mitchell liiver, which hie was unable to cross on adcount of its flooded state, gives a very discouragingr account of the rush as to "alluvial." The reefs are said to be good and plentiful; but they require energy and capital to develope them. There is an immense crowd of men, numbering abonut 800, camped on the other side of the Mlitchell, with 20 ozas. of gold amongst them. They are wait ing for the river to go down, so that they can criss and return back again. They plronounce thie rnsh a "duller," as to " allnuvul' gold, and say that all the guiliersanud ravens were worked out some time back. Rations are exhausted Packers are rather ner vons about proceeding to the IHush with loading, as they are afraid ot being 'rushed." SAiiy man who wishes to better hin self on these gold fields most come lro v...

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

(OT BLEOTRIC TELIEOGRAP?H.) SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.-Ar!sL 25. Aurora Australii, ochooner, 259, Fougan, from raossawang, Inth ult. Alexandro, Iarque, 3S8, Lamont, fromProbo linco, 27th FebYul ry Ly-ro-moon (s.), 050, Stophens, from Cook town, 19th inst. Edina (o.), South, from Maryborough and Brisbano John Penn (so), from Clyde River.

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BRISBANE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

BRISBANE. Touesdoy. Mtr. Isidore Blake has issued an address to the electors of the Logan; he considers the land question tile most important of thebusi ness of the ensuing session; he is favourablo to a land tax, andl urges the formation of BlSire Councils. Ml'r. Swan, lato Mayor of Brisbaneo, Ihas received a communication from Earl Carnar von, Secretary of State for the colonies, do clining to recommend thIe prayer of apotition to the Queen, forwarded in August last, in reference to the condouct of Colonel O'Connell (at one time &cting-Governor of Queensland) at the O'Connell Centenary banquet, pro testing .aLot Iis -rinkine tiheamlth of th Qope oe .omo before that of her Majesty "the

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURES.—APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

DEPARTUI?tES.-APor. 25. Tasmon (o.) for HobarL Town Barrabool (a.), for Molb'ourno Boomerang (n.), I(ockhampton Apoln, for S. S. fsllands.

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MOLONG. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

tIOLONG. Toesdny. Tile police had to ride yesterday a distance of over ten miles to procure the altendaneo of o magistrate to remand thle throo prisoners now in custody inl thie lock-up on an allegedi chlmrgo of wholesalo sheep stealilg; it was oevon o'clook in thie evening ore tihe prisoners wore romanded. To-day tohere is no bonoh of magistrates.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED.—APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

MvLt OURNE. ARRIVED.-4PRIL 2.? Alexandra (s.), from Sydney " - Helen Malcolm, barque, from Newoastle0

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(From S. M. Herald.) KIAMA. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

(From S. M. Hterald.) KIAMA. Tuesday. Mr, John Tate, of Jamberoo, while aRt IKinamna Wlarf, as the steamor was leaving, about 12, to day, fell dead; he was appar o?tly in good health.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

IRONMONGERY. N 0 T I CE To Builders, Contractors, & Others. T. G. ALCOCK Begs to call special attention to his recent IMPORTATION' or FIRE GRA. ES Owing to the depressed trade iu-the home markett, they have been secored on very favour able terms, and will be SOLD CHEAP, To make room for further shipment s. They consist of Kitchen Relanges Ovens-Colonial and sham side--30, 2, 34, 36, and 38 inch. Do. Oven and Boller-36. 38, 40, and 42 inches. ELLIPTIC GRATES. Leamington Ranges, 86 to 60 inches Full Register Grates, various Half-register, from 24 to a6elnohes Square Ovens and Grates air Bricks Sash Weights." ALSO, ON SALE,. AT THn VERY LOWEST MARKET RIATE?. Corrugated Iron, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 1I feet Sheet Zinc Perforated Zigd Sheet Lead Half-rouod Spouting. 4 to 6 inches O.G. Spouting, 4 to 6 inehee Rain Water Pipes, all sines Wire Nails, all sizes Ewhank's C.S. Clout, Fine Olout, COt, Lath, blate Nails, Brads, &o., Ae. Carpentarsa' Rim Locks, 6, 7, and 8 inches Draw-...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. AtRIIVALS.-APatL 26. Duudenong (s s.), 575, Stanford, from Mel lourne, vin Sydney. W. H. Samiith, aent. Silher Eitulo, ship, 987, Rioenrds, from Sydney. J Reil, igont. fosphorun, Larque, 321, Pearce, from Wallan roo, 13th inst, with copper ore. G. Hewison agent. S COASTWISE.-April 26. Coonanbarra ( an. , Kembla (s..), New England (as), from Sydney; Alpha, tronm Riehmond Iliver, with 60,00 feet timber; Lilin. Will Watch, Venture, nltd Maggie Scott, ketches.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

SHIPPING \VED1SII SHIt___' SA¥,nAS, CAPTAIN O J. NYLEIN will not be tespousiblo for debts eon trmcted by any of his crew, whiile io tis port, without bis written authority. BI.NG[lE, ~'TIE, & CO., 350 Aget.s, NEWCASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (LIMITED.) 8DSydney Exhibition! The B. S. KEMBLA will run at S!NGLE FARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY, UNTIL FRIDAY, 12Txn MAY, Iu'LuslVEn. SALOON............ ..., 2s d. STEERAGE............... 7ad. Loeaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 pm. (Satuordy and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Moroing at 10 n.m (Sunday and Monday excepted). HI. D. PORTUS, dManagor. Ofice-c-tunter-street, Nowcastle, 10th April, 1870. 103 O'ULLIVAN AdND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. tItlPS of thl?e';. ou- m.-m ut, ur REPAIRS, RE-OLASSING, SURVEY, &e. Iron Ships oleaned. Shipwrighla' and Smiths * rk performed. Spa-s nnd all other ship's materialsh in stock. An Fxperienced Diver, with diving appa .tu ,on hand. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietora. PUBLIC...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

SkilPPING IN FORT. SnIrs. Bedfordshire, 1155, Warren. H. Bl Wallace, roant; for San Francisco; No. 4 crane, loading Wallsend Corona, 1199, Straohan. R. B. Wallace, agent. Stream ; toload Lamoton Commonwealth, 1345, Cooper. Bingle, White, and Co., agonts ; to load Wallsend, for San Francisco Conlict, 1871, Hardy. Bingle, White & Co., agents; to load, Messrs. Brown's coal Ellen Goudey, 914, Perry. B.B. Wallace, agent s to load at No. 6 crane, Wallsend Firth of Clyde, 824. C. F; Stokes and Co, Insvererne, 744, Foreman. Bingle, "White, -nud Co. agents . Moonta, 627, Pearco. G. Hewison, agent Olive, 846, Davis. Bingle, White, and Co., agents; No. 2 crane, loading Meosir. Drown's coal Salisbury, 1095. Case. R.B. Wallace, agent; SSaTaenas Skellettea (Swedish), 768, Nylen. Binglo. White, and Co., agents Sir Lancelot, 886, Hepburn. J. and A. Brown, agents; ballast jetty, to load, Messrs Brown's coal Silver Eagle. 087, DBchard. J.1 eid, agent; to load Noew Lambton, for Shanghai ,Varwi...

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DEPARTURES.—APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

DEPAR.TURES.-ArPIL 26. UDndenong (s.s.), for Melbourno, via Sydney St Helens, balrqe, for Colombo Palace, bFarqe, for Melboxrne Drover, brig, for Brisbanlo OCtherine Jane, barqne, for Melbourne. COASTWIlE.-April 26. New Englanud (s.s.), for Groftonr Kombl, ( 8), )Nilo, end Maitland (s.s.), for Sydney.

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INSOLVENCY COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 26, 1876. (Before Mr. G. F. Scott, Commissioner.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

INSOLVEJCY COURT. W~ans .n.v, APnrm., 26, 1870. (lef're 3Ir. o. r. Scotrt, C:nulssionelr.) * In the estate of William GeOrge Davis, of VWallsoend, sillcr, a lirst :anld onlly mooting was held. aIr. D. Ludlow ap peared for Mr. Lyons, oflicial assigneo; and Mr. G. Wallace, for insolvnt. Insolvent deposedl: I do not wish to amoned my schedule; 1 attrihbuto my insol veurcy to the pressure f, Mr. Constable, a judgmnent credlitor, who obtained it verdict against me in'the l oNewcastlo District Court>-also to'nr accident by which I was prevented fromn following my usual occupation; I ihave property to the value of £7, and [thl e only cash I have is ls., which I now hand to the Official Assignee's agent. Coisesnt was given by Mir. Constableo, the only creditor present, for insolvent to be allowed his houselhold furniture. Tie meeting then: tei'minated. S.In tile insolvent estate of John Wilson, of Wdallsond, miner. A first and onily imeeting. Insolvent did not wishl tonmend his schedule;...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

SI[ELBOURNE. Tle public fooling is against tile Govern mont, for detaining Stevenson's correspon dance. If Messrs. Stevenson refuse to allow tile correspondolce to obe opened by the Government: they will in future open every package. If Parliament was in session, an acrimonious discussion would certainly have ariseni.

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METROPOLITAN AND INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. THE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

METRIOPOLITAN AND INTER- - COLONIAL EXIII''ITIONG THE OPENING. (Froet our Sydney Correspondent.) Tm MLMetropolitan and Intercoloial ExhiL bition of 187(6, was opened with ceremony at noon on Tueaday, by; His Excellency tie Governor. Theie i excitement cnisted years ago wthen tlle first exhibition" of the kind was opened in Sydney; tihe people still flock in large\nunbers to Prince Alfrcd Park, and tlhe N. S.-W. Agricultural Society's e.xhibition is not so intarcolonial as it iuight be, and it is dilli cult to say why it is not. For some reason tile exhibits from other colonies (Now Caledonia excepted), are very few, and ,generally speaking unimnportant. On one occasion only were there different courts for tile dilfulerent colonies exhlibiting, and the exhibitors of that tino hlave nt not since cared to repeat what tlhey they then did in seeding exlhibits hler. New Caledonia, however, leppears satisfied with tile success sle l has achlieved in Sydney, and aneially snuds a collection ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

BRISBANE. The Government are receiving continual cautions to warn people agaoint proceeooding-to Hodgkinson's River roeush. It is rumoured that Sir Maurice O'Connell has been offered tile Governorship of Western Austmrha.

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FIRE AT GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL. WONDERFULLY NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 27 April 1876

FIRE AT GREAT NORTIIERN HOTEL. WONDERFULLY NARROW ESCAP1E. T?E town last night, at a quarter to 12 o'clock was unusually quiet, and the hotels were about being closed, when a man calling out " Fire l"' rushed bare headed down lIunter-street,t from the direction of Watt street. Soon the dreaied sound of the fire.bell was heard proceeding fiom the Newomeon street fire engine station, and in less time than it takles to write it, the whole city was in a state of excitement. Men, women, and children rushed ount from their houses, some half clad, others in their night dresses, screaming " fire;" and soon the alarm spread even out to the Lake Road. It was soon dis covered that the fire was at thie Great Northern Hotel, Watt street, and a general rush was made in that diree tion. Our reporter was one of tbo first persons to obtain ad mission to .tle yard of the hotel, and oil arrival there it was found that the fire was confined to a store room or collar in a building de tached from the hot...

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