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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

MELBOURNEN. Friday. The Governor in his speech at Portland yesterday, contrneted the railway progress of this colony with New South Wales and other colonies. A fire occurred last night, and destroyed the drying room at Bell's manufactory at Collingwood. Another fire destroyed a small house at St. Kilda. There is very little hope of saving any of *the salmon ova. At the University Commesmoration, last 0?-?o,,1i'. tlm- 1',~oloc-'.eedsetos snade a ceest noise and disturebansee; letters hsove sinces ap peared in tlb papers, and the writer of one a medical oteident-hos boon ducked in a pond by the other under-gredsmtes. The affair is to be investigated. The Theatr6i Royal Proprietary Company give the ususl quarterly dividend at tfie rate of 10 per cont. per asnus, and carry £1300 to the reserve fund; liaking £4000 now.avail able. -?. The report of the lrough Smytle Inquiry Board states that, taking the evidence as a whole, the allegations contained in the peti tion are, on the whole, sub...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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BRISBANE. ARRIVALS.—April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

RRISBANb]. ARRIVALS.-April 28. 13 . Choplin, from London BaonIa, from Adeloide Egmoot, steamer, from Cooktown IDuke of Edinburgh, from Cook'towrn Governor fIlocholl (s.), from Northern rorts City of Drisimno (o ) from Sydney

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BRISBANE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

BBIISBANE. Friday. About 120 gentleonon woro gresent at tho banquet given last evening to the IHon. Mr. Mncalistor.

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. ARRIVALS.-AroI. 22. Macedon (e.s.), 532, Clark, fram Sydney. W.". 11. Smith, agent EHmil, hri, 248, Suthorlnid, from Sydnoy. Ii It \S allice, ngortt S".F?rjldMaOriCo, earquo, 333, Warwick, from Sydnass. J. und A Brown,a-cet S\'o?vile, barrette, 363, Condy, from Dunedin, lath inst. J. Reid, agent rdy Darlinc (a s.), 722, Saul, from Mle. bournr. J. Veonman, agent Hero (s a.), 762, Logan, from Sydney. IR. :. \Vallace, agent Arms. 20, " Wilioa Giflord, barque, 230, Bishop, from d?ivdhey. Captain, agent Emperor, buig, 295, Cleary, from Sydiey. J. andt A?' BROwe, agent J. itri'"l0o ship, 1220, Prown, from Mel, bourne, 26th inst. It. B. Wallace, agent Wanverey, brig, 215, from Sydney.- G. ]lewi.onnagent CoAewOise -April 20. Coonanbnea (a.), tembsle (nsa), Colonist, 1eort, \illiadn, Rebhecn, Leslie, Scotia, Lull .lookh, Marie, asd Tasmania (s), from Sydney April 22. aocpiseth (a.s.), ail Gem, Irom Sydney

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

SHIPPING EWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (LIMITED.) irSydney Exhibition ! The S. S. ;KEMBLA will run at SINGLE fARES fOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY,,' UNTIL FRIDAY, 12Tn MAY, ICLvsUvSE. SAL OON.. O N. . us 1 d. STEERAGE........... ... 7u 6d. LeovingSydney Every Night at 11.30 prn. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastlo Every Morning at 10 n.m (Runday and Monday excepted). H. D. PORTUS, Manager. OiIec-I1unter-street, 1{ewcastlo, 1Oth April, 1870. 193 O'."SUL VAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE. 5itlPS of the Largest Class taken up for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &e. Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrights' and Smiths e rk performed. Spas sod all other ehip's materials in steolo. "Exjperieced Diver, with diving appa • ntu,'On hand:. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO, Propoi'tors. PUBLIC NOTICES. UNICIPAL DISTRIOT OF LAMIBTON. Applications for the oflleo of Council Sur veyor will be received up to 0 p.m. TUESDAY, May 2nd. Applicants to slate terms, by per ay or per conta-- g. THOMAS GREESON...

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CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. April 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

- CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. April 29th. , • Bedfordslire, 1hp, 1155, Warren, for San Franci.co. H. 11 Wallace, agent. Cargo, 1542 tono coal * -

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DEPARTURES.—APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

DEPAETURElS.-APiilL 29. Trinol. b, ,rqor, for Melbourne r-Sj ino'ok, bor uo, for Melbourne ° l ?.. ,itce',bnrqoe, for Lyttelton " "Aine elhuisb, biuque, for Wellington . Aprd 30. 3!acerlg" (s.so), Clark, for Melbourne, via yilney Griflitbs, barque, for Melbourne Co. iwioo.-April 29. Kembln (ns.), and iaihland (n.s.), for Sydney .-.i . r. ;" ., April 30.• BrilliantTasmeaoi,i'rompt, and Marie, for ..yney. -

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SCONE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

SCONE. Friday. Mr. Joseph Paxton, J.P., deliverod, lost night, a very interosting lecturo on psalmody, at toascheland, Scone, to a largo and appre. ciative audieneb. His illustrations woro most pleising and instructive.

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(From the S. M. Herald). BATHURST. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

(From the S. Ml. Herald). BATIIURIST. S Friday. Tie Circuit Court was occupied all day with the case againat Alexander Ogilvie, Chlrles flonry Josnas, and James Edward Jonas, lately storokeopers at Dubbo, for larceny. The trial resulted in an acnquittal. -

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

CAVE ADULLAM.. Tu? Wallsend Coucil is rapidly deserving a place in the ranks of disorderly munici pal bodies, equal to that of Parramnatta and Gojilburn in the same category. There seems to be a tendency on the part of solne mayors to forget that they are only Aldermen and citizens, and not municipal despots. From the reports in the local journals there appears to have been some very lively scenes in the Walls end Council chamber lately, and that on a late occasion the Mayor, instead of letting the aldermoen have it out (as nmore experienced chairmen would have dono), either got tlarmed or bunsptious, and dis solved the meeting ii la Cromwell. OitVER told ms satellites, when Ito dissolved Par litment, to t" tko away that bauble," the mace, asn emblem of authority, and .then he is said to have locked the doors of the hotse and have carried off the keys. The Mayor of Wallsend when he dissolved the meeting conteoted lhimself with telling the Council Clerk to close the M?niciptal books,...

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METROPOLITAN INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

1LETROPOLITAN INTERCOLONIAL Ex mmiB s?.-Saturday was a "quiet" daynt the Exhibition-tthat is, as regards the attondancu ir tle forenoon. About two thousadd people had entered the gates up to noon. The Hunt Club taceos had, iio doubt, fn influence? ipon the attendance at the Eohilbtion, as a eonnist derablo number wont out to IEanlwisl, during the forenoon. XYe understand that in toese quenco of thl difficulty attending the sonding away of stock by rail and steamer, a good deal of the stock will have to remain ott the ground a tay or two longer.-On Friday the attetd once was better lhan was oexpeted. : The numbers paying for admission wore; Adults, 8705; children, 2323; total, 11,028, The Heon. Lady Robioson and party seoro present for several hours yesterday, inspecting the ox hibits, and patroneising the various stalls. The show will remain open all neat week, elosiisg, probably, on Saturday night. Up to last night thi total numbler of visitors who paid for'ad misison to the ground...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our Sydney Correspondent.) SYDNEY. SATURDAY, recd. 10 p.m. Randwick Races. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our Sldoel torreopondent.) SYDNEY. STrrLliAv, reed. 10 p.m. Randwick Rnaces. THE firot mecting of the newly-formed club, the Rundwick Jockov Club, was held to-day, at Rlandwick, when the attendnceo was rather small. Annexed are the winners: The Hlrdlo lR eo.-A handicap sweepstako of 3 oovereigns for startors, with 50 sove reigns added; weight on or befoio 25th April; about 2j miles. Mr. J- M'Kenzio's br g Peon, 5 years .. 1 P. Glenister'o gr g Gakfer Grey, aged 11st. 101bs. .. .. 2 J. Denn's ch g Deceptive, 5 yooir, Out. 81b.. .. 3 W. P. Bowo'u chrg Protector, aged Out. - b g Thu Count, aged, - Gaffer Grey and Pearl were the fuvourites. Five horses faced the starter, and were nent away on good terns. Pearl nade the running aol the way ail won with very little to spare. Time, 6 muin. 17 sees. 'iho Maiden Steeplechase, a sweepstakes of 2 sovereigns each for starters, with 60 sovereignis added; second horse, 6 sove. from the prize. For horses that have never won...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 29TH, 1876. (Before Mr. Shaw, J.P.) RESISTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

NEW?ASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRmL 29m, 1876. (Before Mr. Shaw, J.P.) ]rESISTING THE POL?ICE." Josiah Evans and JoLhn Brown were severally charged with resisting the police in the execution of their duty, at New castle, on the 28th- instant, and were ordered to pity a fine. of £5, or be imprisoned in Maitland .gaol 'for oite omonth. ' " L One ease was heard, ard the decision postponed until Monday. ,"AssAULT. " . A case-Pattereon v. Cocking-was postponed until Monday. (:oefore Messrs. Shaw and Wewison, J.P.) ]BREACH OF THE QUARANTINE LAWS. Colin Chadwick;s master of the barque Anne Melhuish, was charged that he did not, on the arrival of 'Iis vessel in port, on the 22nd instant, hoist a blite flag -and keep. the 'same flying on board tihe said vessel, she htaving arrived from Neiw Zea land, and'had- a case of typlioid'fever on board. - ' Defqndant stated that he was not raware that there was any siclenss on board the vessel., The man -Who was sick never complained to hims and c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

Stockton Agency, "',T1R. ALE ..11I R0,WX has beer, A?PrOINTED .V AGI'?T for this journal at STOCKTON, from ?'hom oper, coo hr received, nd orders for"Advectlremento or Job Printing left, J. ct. 8WVEET, Proprietor. "Heerald anod Advocate Office," •, 22nd April, 1870. RENEWED NOTICE. A .NU3tBER OP CORIRESPONDENTS, who ehodd hove senoe enough to nowre better, persst i addessig thirlterory commnordatioons Itorrandersignednsteadof itle E OR, oodroo soroetimesnorpeired at noet reeingetheir effusironsin print. WVe rrpeat onerr2queot that rorrespondrene rhoold he oddresed In tle 'Editor," nod odvertlse monts, &e., to thle offic. J. 3H. SWEET;' H~nnanoa AovoeAnVCT Ofi~ce, 19th April, teen." ?tj1)cicbca~ttc Thohninu ?tcrnlb AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. MONDAY, MAY 1st, 1876.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS.—April 28, [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

MELBOURNE. A~ltRVALS.-April 28, Formost. from Bankok Queenaland, from Syoney Bangalore (o-), from Gallo Y ot ,April 29. Wentworth (s.), from Sydney The Evening Newas of Saturday slates that the sohoorier alidolni, Ocptain Lnngworthy, arrived this morning from Hobart Town, bring ing Cnptoin Atkinson nod thro, of the crew of the tl:nil ..chooner Swansea Packet, which was naicncied at sea on the 4th in.tant inlanitude 40 degrees, 45 degrees south, longtitude 149 degrees, 20 degrees east. It appears that the vessel was making a veyago between Hobart Town and Lncinceotos. with a goieral cargo. She left Hohart Town on the 13th instant; had variable gales from W. to N. with thick weather. On the 2slt, at 10.'0 ic.m., it was Idowing hard, with a heav" uin running, when the fore-tnast ond main-mrot went by the board; some of the wreck washed fouled the bowsprit, breaking it short off. The boat on deck was a so store and the pump broken by the lolling spars. The crew were engaged till 5 asm. ...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, APRIL 29TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FmDAY, Arg 2Dmn, 1870. In the Legislative Assembly on'Friday, Ministers answered questiolis respect ing-returns in reference to receipts from the soas of land anid other sources, and as to the expenditore in the electorate of Upper Hunter; the contract of Mr. Robert Ritchle, for the supply of railway trucks ; and the quantity of land ocenpied by the Bowonfels Coal Company at Sydney Railway Station, asdithe rent paid for thi Me.t LACKEY- stated, in answer to-Mr. WV. H. Suttor, that the Government in tend to open the railway station at Bathurst for goods trntlie on the 8th May. Mr. SPEAKER announced the receipt of a message fromI his Excellency the Go vern?or, intimating that he had given the Royal assent to the Temporary Supply Bill. Mr. DAVIEs presented a petition in favour of closing public-honses on Ssu days. Mr. FARRELL breoght sup thse report of the Select" Consisittee on the Neville Estate Bill. It was ordered that the petitions, which were p...

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Caution to Race Secretaries. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

Jaaition to Race Secretaries. AT the races held at Talbot the other iveek-a horse, the winner of a sol!ing race, duly advertised to be sold, was put up for sile by the secretary of the race olub. It appears £10 was the reserve put upon the animal, and the sum was promptly bid by the owner, a well known residdet of Lenton. A bystander amongst the crowd named Phillips bid £11. and upon the horse being passed forwari as sold, immedi= atelv claimed his bargain. The secrea tary and members of the race committee present, refused to accept the higher bid. Phillips, however, stuck to the horse, and was ultimately given in charge for illegal detention of the animal. When AMr. Doeling, P.M., adjudicated upon the matter, le im mediately ordered Phillips to be re leased, and severely commented upon the police having arrested the man, and a very pretty action for false imprison meet seemed likely to eventuate, At the Talbot Police Court on Thursday last, however, the case appeared in another for...

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INDIA. Ceylon, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

INDIA. I .Ceylon, April 8. Lord Lytton, the new Viceroy, arrived at Bombay last evening. Lord Northbrook visits Madras and Coylon en ranto homo. He spends a few weeks with Sir Wdlium Gregory, in the mountains of Speculation is rife about Sir William Gregory's saecessor, as ho retires noxt y*ear. Sir Arthur Keonedy, of Hongkong, is expected to succeed lim. Sir Henry Barkly or Sir Arthur Phayr, may go to Bombay, and Sir Hercules lRobin son be perhaps oalered the Governor-General ship of the Cape Confederation. A fire on a Coffoe estate in Ceylon Ishmburnt £7000 worth of property in coffee buohes. A successful pearl-fishing is looked for on the Ceylon banks, next year, and a very large one feur years hence. One of the Stasthmoro's pasoengers landed at Galle, two hrivo gone to England, one found employment in Ceylon, and eigt third class got tree passages by Bangulore to Austra lia fronm the Ceylon Government, Health is good in Ceylon, but smsll.pox still prevails in Rtombay.

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Widow and Orphans' Permanent Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

Widow and Orpbhans' Permanent Relief Fund. WHEN we first drew attention to this important subject-through the columns of the Miners' Advocate, we then ad vised that a fund for the Widow and Orphans of those who omet with fatal accidents should be established, as also a Maintenance Fund for those who werel incapacitate: through unforeseen casual ties or other causes. We regret that no provision has been made in the rules to Imeet the many cases of miners being unible to follow their.em ployment through having worked in had air. From our Lambton correspondent we notice that a portion of the miners employedat that cilliery are also dis satisfied for the same reason. If the object of the Society be to provide bread for the wives and children of its rnem bhrs whenever the bread' winner of the family is disabled, or incatnaeitated from following his usual avocation, then we ask should there be any difference made between a man being incapacitated, through a broken limb or prostrated throu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 1 May 1876

WANTEDS. WTTANTRD, TWO TURNOVrRS to tho JOB PRItlN'LING BUSlNESS. Apply to the Office of this Paper. W?TANTED, a .good steady GENERAL V SERVANT, to a reliable person. First.class wvages will be paid. Apply JUNOt'luN INN, Glabe. - 892 _]TANI'CKD,'a Good General SERVANT V' Apply to Mus. POOLE, Furniture Wareho si', Hunter street. 353 "WTANTED BRICKLAYEB, at Wood's New ,Y Buildings, Bolton-street. 408 WTANTED, for WARATAH, an AGENT, Y¥ to deliver the Newcastle Morning eorald and Miners' Advocate. Apply at, once to Ottloo of this Paper. TENDERS NEW WESLEYAN CHURCH, WALLSEND. TENDERS wanted for new Seats op to SAT URDAY NEXT. For particulas apply to Mr. J. OIROPLEY, Arohltear, Newoastlo, or to liov. W. ROBSteN, Waratah. -jB AND.-Tonders will be received by oither of tho Undersigned, up to SATUL'RDAY, nth Ma., tar a BAh.l) of TWEtVE PER F'ORMERS, to play at ,'po: ts and Opening of N.eweatle Prtotestat Halt, 24th May. B. B. OItOPLEY, o Joit Han. 407 T B. PRITOtAltD. J Secretaries Departmen...

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