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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

Notice to Correspolndents, A mVT?.Rs.--Your letter is unuthcntieated i'y or iprop~cr signature, and thcerefora iuudnli?.ible; C IJ b Naocastle Roning craft AND MINERS' ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, APRIL 7Tn, 1876.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Opening of the Railway to Bathurst. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

" Opening of the IRailwsy to J istliurst. (B Telegralph to S. M. Herald.) Tuesday. GItEAT preparations were made for the celebration of the opening of the rail way to Bathurst The day was ob served as a close holiday, and crowds of visitors have come from all parts. His Esxcellency the Governor and party arrived last night, and mot the special train to day. The public buildings were all deco rated with floags. The luncheo. at thie School of Arts was well attended iThe Mayor of lathurst (Mr. Webb) was chairmsnh, and Mr. _. Suttor was vice ohairm?an. His Excellency the Governor .n4 the Hon. Lady Robinson were guests. The Hon. John 1ovbertsou (P\remnier), the Htou. A. Stuart, tbo Hen. J. Lackey, thle lion. J. 1. Burns, thd Hon. J. Dookerl, and several Icadiug members of Parli:ument aud prominent residents were present. Toc proceedings lasted nearly, four hours. His Excellency they Gavernor, in response to thy tolakt ?f hl- health, congratulated the residents of Bathurst on the accompli...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY. Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

LATEST TELEGR?ICi (FRO.'e OUR1 SPE c oLLLO REdPON4ENT.) SYDNEY. Thlursday, 7p.m. TheGovernor and party returned to Sydney by a special train from B3athurst to-day. A shark, fourteei feeot'long, was seen cating a dead dog off IKirribillie. Two children were seriously burnt at a fire at Dublin Tavern, Botany Road. Arrangements' have been made to supply a steamer in conscqaence of the breeking down of the Colima. The Zealandia leaves here to-morrow for Aucklland, Kanudavau, and San Francisco. The City of San Francisco will call at Auckland on lher way.to Sydney. The steamer Hawcrn was .chartcred to convoy the Colima's passengers and mails to their destinations. The Inspector General of Police is maknting a tour through the country districts. : It is generally believed that the Cooktown rush will be overdone, Nurn. bers of miners-are .leaving Charters Towers and.Townsville. COAL IINES IREOULATION BILIL.. The Coal Miies Regulation Bill ad vanced considerably through Commnittee in.the Log...

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Amazonian War at Greta. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

Amazoliain War at Greta. " OF arms and of the man' I sing," so said old Vilgil centuries ago, but we of Greta in these mnodern days must slightly alter tile line, and sing (or write) of women and the cudgels. Of course your renders are aware that the Greta men are still at their post, deter mined to resent the proposeudreduction to their very utmnost; -and seeing this, the newly-fledged manager has enden voured to annoy'theo men in a number of petty ways, stuch as ordering them avay from the pit, and giving them notice to quit the houses which they rooted from the Company; but thepro verbial straw which broke the camol's bhack was aInid on this morning by the rumor (which, from all accounts, is true) that he liead told the butchler-Mr. Parsons-that it was very unwise of himn to trust any ot the Greta men, for they never would get work at the colliely. On. this getting bruited aboiut, there wanis a general roll up of the fair sex. The fiery cross soon sped through the town, and the s...

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CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

CAVE ADULLAM. IF we' my.'judge from the Illawarra Mercutry. of.the 4th ihiat. there is.a pos sibilityof the Illawarra district i'enlly deserving the title of the "Garden of the South," but with this prefix--".' Vcgeta ble." .Our.friends at Warnambool must also'look to their Inaurels in the potato department; inasmuch as a MIr. Robin son, of Para Creek Garden, has pro. duceda " Dijbb's Drumlcad" potato, and a Mr..Lee,.of. Garden Hill, has outri valled himhby the production of a tuber, to be known in the Illawarra niarket garden pnsisls as the " Dibb's Defiance" potato. These illustrious titles have been conferred upon a very useful, but perhaps scarce, article in the district, in painful remembrance of the sensation produced in the " Vegctable garden of the 8outlh," by. the onslaught of MIr. Dibbs upon the little Tamnmany bit of business known as the Illawarra Rail way Dodge, the prospective shares of which have since sunkbelow zero. When the Illawarrahumbug is unifaiit accospli, the...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

COR RESPONDENCE. CLct it be diatiaotly il~rto thant wo do not idontifyp o'rre oai ith thoe opiniolno eprwool by oaou onrCpondoota. Ml ooawoicatwo~nwoI11t hman thle anesld addec~ioe of thle ~rodtonm ittoeadlc, not nweeoaoily fgr publjentipn, btao o fooooonteo of goodl foitl, ~., dont brletiovoj toocotiogl tottontao fllyntc Ilpee in ole ~~l~j~ll( CIC~~l e0 wO1'~iLuaIti not

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Accident oy the Wallsend Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

Accident oy the Wallsenud I Raihlway. AN accident occurred on the Walkl end line on Thursday, through a coal train coming in contact with a bull, by which. several coal waggoas of the Wallsend Company were thrown off the line and injured, and the traflo stopped for three or four hours. Thce occurrence took place about half a mile below the Co-operative junction; and the -piarti culars, as I learn them from an eye witness, are as follow: A bull, the property of 1Mr. H. Wilkinson, of Wallsend, was kept in the paddock at jthis place, and has been in the habit for several days past of coming through the slip-panels and crossi.-' the line frequently in search of better feed. On this morning, how ever, he went down the line, when a coal train near tha spot, sounded the whistle. The bull at once stepped on to the line, and after looking at the train crossed to the other aide. Presently he turned round and came on to the line again; and, when in the act of studying what to do, the train cau...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald and Mine's Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

To the Editor of the Netcastle Morroing ilerald ant JIfainer' Advocate. SI,-In tcpking over your sercind isto of the N eiL:Cstle Morning llerald ond Ml lner' .IAdvoate, we woro glhd to leo so largo aspats ocouipied in sympatthisiug with and advocating the claims of tihe Greta minors. Wo especially ,ttiudo to your leading articlo, whioth with Mr. 3[organ's letter, pnblishea a fewdays ago ii the Advocateo, and that of IMr. Templotl,tn, tublished in the Maitland Mceory, is ia compleoto refntation of the argimento put forth by your eautomporary, the .laitltnd 3l,'rcurji, to show"that Mr. Vjckery was jestillet inshieihg for a reduotctlou at Grota, od ntSa'o 'that tih oienorl would hbe jus tidled iftle Upion rtfusted to modify its rules to admit of such reduction. eiir. Elitor, thero can eo Iut oteo opinion of tlie nmon that wrold dare to give iuch advice, and thls atitempt to disturb tlte gp<1L fel. ing. and brick a? t\j most equitallih agreemnet (Itht was over, ~arived, ro bt...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 7 April 1876

To the Editor' ofthe Newcastlec Morning Hl era Il 81n.-In your leader of thu 6th inst., thero appear somoremarkts regnarding the quenstion of coal trimming, which, with your p?ermis aion, I beg to contatdict. First, as regards the (ith Clause, to wlhich you refer, I nam pre pared to certify of my .own knowledge thant it was considered by certain Members, not only of the late Ministry, but also of the present, as a one-sided laffair, and I nam therefore surprised to see the same carried into effect. I tmuost also beg to contradict the statement as to thie captains of vessels being sotisliod as to the present arrangemelnt for trimming, as that is also without any fooundation whatever; and to elndorso my statement I would calil attention to the petition fonvwarded against the said regulation With regard to vessels being detainedt through trimmers refusing to work at night, I am prepared to give a tint denial, euld can bring forward, if required, not ,Ply captains but also tshipping age...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

MEDICAL D R N A S i-f, (For the last nine years Surgeon to the tppo Goulhl DOistrict Hospital, Victoria), WALLSESD. t1 TJ II. FITZIIEIIJBEI T, MI.B. J lny beIconsuolted at MIr. CLOUDY'S IETlI'TROI'OLITAN HOTEL NE WO A ST L, on the best mnauo r of inserting Artiliciol Teeotlh. Whert ;, too:tl is lost it sl:ould lbe re placed by on artificial one, whlicl preserves the symuetulry of' the imouth, a naturol appear anee, amil great tluahility. tO8 SIlE' i* at FAMILY MEDICINE OF AU.LSTLALIA. HOUBBS' CAMOMIlE AND DANDE LION PILLS. Tonoc, lpctriolto[m StlreoylheninU. From all'oaris of the Colony the Proprlceta isa contntly receivinl' tos1t "latterintg 'otli enioials os lo tlhu Illicncy of tlhesu Spledlid Pills. Tiheir netion ,o0 the Liver and otheri im portant orgons is so prompt, decedld, and eflSkacioss. tlhat it is impossible hor anyoue sol tering from Liver AlItetiono and Disorders of the Stoomach to take them swithout receiving immecliatu and penassaco?t relietl • TLev givean Iton to th...

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SHIPPING IN PORT. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

SHIPPING IN PorT. SniPs. BossueS, French ship, 1750, Guignon. C. F. Stokes &k Co., agents. Coron , 11 9,Strochan. t. B. Wallace, agent, Stream. :BARQUS. Ardear, 8i?8, Burns; stream. Bingle, White, and Co., ugents. al pointon, 320. No. 1 Crane, loaded for Hongong.. It B. Wallace, agent. llenhei , 575, Garner; It. B. Wallace, agent. Ch~eptea, ?440, Jones. It. 13. Wallace, agent. Dolts, Etrors ; 1. 13. Walloce, agent, HoF4e shoe, to sail for San Francisco. Europa-American, .138, Mayo : Horseshoe, to sail for San Francisce. R. B. Wallace, a'ent. n ldn Frowninig Ileauty, 305 ; stream. I"o op. •Here of the Nile, 250, Dogdasto; No. 7 Crone, loading A. A. Co. for Wellington. R. B. Wal. '4ace, sgent. '' . ,h. De. ]lrookman, American, 687, T son; No.a crinr , loading for Sinogspore. C. F. htokea ,hod Co., ,.'gdo's:" n Lnstlen' tsO, Lessio ; on PatentSlip, Stock ton, fbr repairk C. F. Stokes & Co., agents. Marie, North Germns, 321 Johansen ; ballast jetty to'lotd l?anbton, for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

WANTESI S (ir~TED, a 10 )BIOUNO V Goods uld oltist 1 110 I. GREEN, City Stores, New: C ANTED -A Smart L 4ewcastle. SANTbDOE DBL. E n S jIcAent o olton-st t, Apply at thins ofice. W "TA'NTED TO REN T, or o COT£,orGISS. Applyiiio ofit paper. '7 ANTER), AT GEI'l'Atn A nCi'fo V the Nroctotle a otr Mon1 iileratl;)t Mni,ersr Advocate, who will s o lo» 1prtl delivery ol tlhe paper overy n~ormalg, corresponldent, &c., &e. Apph o ne" e TENDERS. XVALLSEND ATHILETIC C1lUB. EASTER lIE'IING. TENDERS for tho RIGIi olf Three roub°ns' oothsooths, Onh Retrcntment Booth, awld El? to Gates vwill be received by the undersignod' till 2 p.m., SATOBAY,8 8th April. the The Club does not pledge itself t Icoe lowest or any Teoderor. j ·* * 82. r In rtt r1 N.D ERitS 1V A Co-Operative Colliery mt prll, la' Tenders wanted FOR SUPL ING-. TIMBIIR at the above Colliery. I For full particulars, A t th Tender to cloe on the t stat --- A U T A GE' * The Undersigned isopen to 1IECE ,tler tramn patres w...

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COMMERCIAL. N.M. Herald and Miners' Advocate Offic Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

COMMERCIAL. . A!, 1. Herald and Al iners' Advocate, Olic ' i Friday Night. Business during the week has been.rather quiet, in consequence of the continued drought, and scnarits of shipping in port. Theo produco manrket is lriskl, .theio demand fur hay, pollnrd, bran, maizo is very large, and prices anre well maintained, and if no rain soon must improve. Flour has taken a slight rise, and for advices from Adetaido there is no probability of lower prices this season. Freighta may bo quoted as follows:-San Franecisco, 21s.: Hongkong, 15s. to IGs.; Mauritius, 23s.; Manilo, 16s.; Singapore, 14s. - The following is an abstract from a parlian mentary return as to the liabilities and assets of the banks carrying on business in Sydney: Now South Wales Bank : Liabilities, £5,343,662 13s 9d; assets, £6,726,522 19s 9d. Comrn-. mereial Bank: Liabilities, £3 727,377 18s 2d; assets, £4,634,097 16s 2d. Baunk of Austra lasia: Liabilities, £725,405 3s 4d ; assets, £872,351 Is 3d. Union lBank of Austr...

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PRAYER FOR RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

lIAI@ yf fR . 3y sartiso A? E~t'o whr it~il s?o on ttiaJ'Amial 001r nid?oo to 0b . tild io 'Ohtoe?hits 0larolioii ti'tho dity,.to-mori'ro by way of siippication for: rain.,.. ,,.' . , . ' ? fo DSTRTANISMO.-- n Sstnrt o next rrank Howitt, the "English podeotrtn will moet Davis, the American champion,on the Albert Ground; Sydney, for three spin at tlh following distances 75 yards, 100 ya5ii, and 150 yards. The match in for £100 aside, and in oiartiing a groat aiouiint of exoomenit Smongst the metropilitan sporting triornitiy. '?\i. is a man 24 yonrs of agi. and is1Iolkn \n.s appoaring very dangeroiin0 Tlio ijpchiiiress of Plo Ioicard -di d on ?.t?.rd.y at litir residenj in 8tatton hirr6t, 1Pioiadilly: after a lhorthilnosii The deceasod lady woae the only dinghtor of the 'light Hon. Geoogo Caming, First Lord of, the Treasury and Chan collor 'of tho Exchequor under King Goorgo IV. " AcorreQpondent wants to kloc the best Wby to become a literary man We'll, the quidkost way fori hini is t...

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Coal Return. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

S Coal Rcturil.1? Ton following 10q tho output' of!?ool for thoa wook endling 17riday, April 7, '1876,;-'"''-"° : 2lelboornel 20.1.1051..,...1 ,,. ... . 4.,.. 092 01on0 .i... 0,...I..14 091 .....I,. 817 I. 4091994 028 ,I 9..,..9? ...... [.2.. 92,- 1 W elling~to°n . ] /, "]" ]"" I'" :. ..:,''945: Podu .... !:: ?.. ....... '7091,: 1ic1o.o 29r0own' Doce'onl4el CollicoT.

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GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

GRETA. Ten os dotiniien this disrict inuch about the same as they did inmy ins. The dioge of-Greta ottli continues. Exin relayMl of polie~e5lei liow payaus a visit;. bottresem ble thoe man whose occupation is gqn.' The miners holi~thsir ineotings every m?ning iass Tues "creop" at the Anil Creek no ha pretty well sulsided, The 'miiersib orkhin? day aboutiave been enabled s go ~wer the dillicultj' wtthout anyone loeavig t olliery, he pith ifwo' iregulrly.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

Notice to Coii~tittieijts, WE wioli in tnfonn not, Frintoin In Wo~tonnd, Loobton, nod othor plooootlatnntwithotonot tog tin, Otto illn tnnOiolt of on,' i'rioUog Onion, tin, 1'UDLISILINO WILL tIE nONE IN WALLS END, AS USUAL, nod non MIt. TORNEIL will onion ondono for AI)VEIITISIOEENTS nod JON PRINTING. op to tNt plo. dOily. ~r0. TUIlNEIVS'roootoot Olilino wilt inn at Zdr. ALNIVICIQS0 l~l'oIonn-otoot, towi, tho Noolinombor tood iXotnI, winoon oil Anlvonlinnn*oto. Qodono for inbl'niitngion.,oplnnlnll;oodnnplnooitlo Nononont.o Monotno SI,:,n.oon too 3itoow' Anon COTO'' oht'ooOd. ftWJob Printio~ of otony doontiptino wilt inn ornoulod will, iirnoloo diopolob IIoo lotlonLn1 J. Nt. SWELl, I'top~inlor, 0411, Ofotntt, 1570.

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

MAI'TLA.,D. A. well written nnd.rotler i esting rtin appoeared in last Tuesday' eroury, vitli tlhe prouiiso df a similar. e ibution ,cssionally, headod L"Sporting limbs." Tih writnt:hnis'a ohosn the ritlh culiar s0tl deo pfir.oi "TIh Intelligen graut." .Vhetlici lis experience on sport natteru as boon pickeld up whilst playi io into otilng utid inmtmctli avocation o himble igger on thle racecourso , or in sol cigars o tile sportiniiffrliternity" around h otels f tlhe metropolis, does .not tran e ; but vliorovor hle Is pickled it- up its it nto gopdl-.rtdblo.form-and, il ar all, ,wliat's.ndla!linmiio ?" . Berii fre qolnter 'af,.: tlioe :racool'so, I folly endorso ail thit tlhe ,' Vagr says hout its bed'>tatote, whichI tlhe nilteo lhould immiddiiitolylto Btslops to c ly. It s absolutely'iinafof for hiores to lop on, ond a vor, httlo:'xipendituro woul it into *cod form. Perlhaps if the sectarr iplayei a little moro endrgy 'and hnowl of his brsiness, tliechlib might act on iingges ,o...

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

NEW LAMBTON. TIeC coLLIEOY.-rhe pit madlar .day, for tho filet time thiswoeol la nigrote to N~ew Lambton, just cor hi tore youipaeksup your luggage. (411 tore yoit .start, whether you ear V~t ore thani,? lipd.: per .week wher fooe yow croso the liriney era .totjou nublee hare. Some thnoe ago, Jr jihbs got possession of the rollie men oer in coeseelon,-ae they faneied*1 a to man for Sligo," ous would pbte sore ohitpt thioth thoy would be tti. to to Oan (gent you keow; houe hly large uneetioll wijth the shlipping tr of the >Ionty 0nd tile whiole world, and a (hr of to Mtarind Yloard withal. There isnsy noust of tradto when he gobs l1o the 'heir hlopefliiav boon delusivo, ae y fund tat hosidels dng 13rown, they ft been louts h"6'iu'themselves. As fesero. jhbbs anct 3dniitlioy know thouit best moos best; hut hetwoenl the two th r men oud thueir £Imesee huave heen7 beene xl ho a nost pitihibhd *tlrait5, without th ane of .atricahiig thhomotsves. It tosoev that if lie waer 'is econtiun...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 8 April 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NE WCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 7. Silver Stream, barque, 323, Brown from Sydney. G. Hewison. agent. SNingara, brig, 292, |ose, from Sydney. G. tlenison agent. . Corona, ahip, 1109, Straeban, from Dunedin, 21st ult. R. 1. Wallace, agent. Naind, brig, 287, Cludleigh, from Sydney. I. C tlls, agent. _ ./ COASTW15E. April 7. Coonaubara (s.a.),i:Wnratah (s.s.), Eagle (a.), omli Dhas, Lalla Rookh, and Coionist, from Sydney. _.____

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