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(FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS.) BATHURST. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

(FOTTIIC BYDNEY PMAIEIIS.) BATHURST. Saturday. At the Circuit Court to-day, Chanrles Her ring, tried for horsc stealing at Cowra, wes aequitted. The case against Joseph Finch, hanrged with rape nt Raglan, bjroko down during the examination of the principal wit. ness, aseL the prisoner was diechanrged.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

MEDICAL. A /lf1U. F. WY. Ul'A~Y, AS A Medical Botanist Of upwards of twenty yeara' standing, ltenpectfully infos ms the residents of Newcanstie Walleend, nod Huntcr River District generally that he is prautining his profession with that MARKED SUCCESS WVhih hns made his enaee as popular en the Geld-fields aud in the Coatl-mining?diotriotn ot" N?ewv South Wales. Tihe nuperiurity of the nyates of Herbal Treatmenct over nil ethers is nuw nehno?vledged hy the lead in- memhers of the Iedieal Faculty eai user the wurid ; and the cry is-O0ar Mtediulnes are '5luirely Vegetable I" roesseor Hoxoly has demonstrated in his Woert, "Pretuplasm,' that minera sutstances cannot he adminiatered weith henefit, and that only after Nature has transmated them into pilnts are they good for either Fnod er M?edi.. cine. Enperience taught Herhaliets this great truth long hefore the learned professor din. eovered it fur hiuseif, and none hiane had clearer and mere concusive evidence of their efI cincy ta FRAN...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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A MAITLAND ICE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

A MIAITLIND IoE COMPANY.--O r eome time nr idea las been discussed amongst a fw svpeculatieo spirits in BIaitland, relativo to tile formation of a company for tile mnnn foctoro of ice. A fow days ago the idea o?essmed a more tangiblo form, 0(l rcsulted in a company bicing formed, consisting of many of the leading comoereiol gentiemen in tlho town, who havo determined (po00 giving tih thling a fall trial, alnd iseertaining whether the peoplie of titaitland will arppre cilate the boon olfererl. .Maelinery has been already neordered from England, and tile 1ro moters confidently anticepate bcing able to llpply tlhe refeeshing maanafactanr in this towrn by Christmas. .hhI iug fIromn the elilmlte, aind thel nlllonrollS complaints made about being imnblo to obtain ic? regularly, aud et a monablo price, froen Sydney, the vcnture sIhould pIeev ee remjurerative one, for whiel the townspeoplo will havg ireason to bo grateful to the newly orgenieed ocompany, MlrcrerU of rfturday.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWOASTLE. • AnRIVI ?S.-M.l Y I. Qaoatombert FrenclI barque, 365, M[oreau, Irom Meelborn, 27th ult--J. and A. Brown, agentl Fiji aIip, 1407, Brown. from Melbtorne, 27th t.--. I. ]k Wollace. nbgent Sen Joan brir~, s, r9?Thompson, from Syd. noy.-?ii. 11.\? Wotlao, agent East Lathialn bargue, 209, Bratham CoASTWa O --May 1. Colloroy (a.), from Sydney I'ronpt returnod to port

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

SHIPPING. r'HIP OIIT I E DAhLE. .APTAIN WILLIA-? DROWN will not be responsible for asy dobt. contracted by any of Ins crew. while in this port, witbout. hbi writtoe authority. 11, 1. WALLACE, 412 Agent. SHIP FIll. _ OAPTAINTHOMASBR OWN ewill not be r..puoniblo tar acey debts oontracted by nov of his erew, while in this port, ituout hia w-itten authority. "t. B. WALLACE, 412 Agent. EWVOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. jN (,em,.rr.o.) - Sydncy Exhibitionn! •b.h S. S. KE2BILA will ron at SINGLE JaIES IOR TeE DOUBLs JOURNEY,' UNTIl F £iDAY, 121H MAY, ISoCLUsCVE . S· SALOON...........;...... 126d. STEERAGE........... :... 7eOi. LeavingSydney Eyory Nigbt at 11.30 pnm. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Lseaving Newcastle Every Morning at 10 a.m (Sunday and Monday excoptoel). 1I. D. PORTUS, .Mesuager. O?e.c-?tfenlcr-eLreet, Newoastle, 10th April, 1876. +. 193 *'OSULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATEN T ,,SLIP, NEWCASTLE. IHIPS of the Largest Class taken up for BEPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &o. Iron Ships c...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

CLEARAN(OI[8. Si~dy. Flrnklin, Pray'e, for Auokland, with q89 tons coal. Ann, Dy'son for Moellourne with 120 ton. coal and '00 tons coke Braoo, CthaLbort for Iolbourno with 380 tons coal

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURES.—MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

DEPARTURES.--MAT I. Hero (s o), Log~n, for Moibourne via Sydney, with 500 tons cool.-R. B Wallace, agent COA TwISE.--May 1. Ceononbarra (s.), for Sydney

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Newcastle Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

Newcrstle fisoreoghla (ionlcil. A aouvro of the above Council was hhld last evening, at the Counnllr Clhamrbers. There were present: Tihe M-ayor, Aldernen fianneU, Chapmuan, Creer, Brooks, Hall. lIuwhson, Lnllnow, and Thorn. Tire roinutes of tiht last eeeting were read. Aldermaen Co,'. drew etlention to tpermis. .son being granted to Mlr. Clltrbortson, at lost meeting, to occupy the vacant land oppe. aitt the intersections of 1'trkin and Hunter. streets. -- The discussion was ruled out of order, and the minutes confirmed. ; COIrIreSONDECcE. Letter from tire Commisoioner for Railways, stating that he did not feel called upon to incur theeoxpeiom of coverirg tire open drain inside the railway fence, betweolieBolton and Wolfe. streets, to prevent accidents, as the only accidents that could occur would he to troe. No order was made. Letter from tihe Rev. "W. amin, drawing the Council's attention to the state of Union. street, at its interection with Blnan-street. It was decided to infor...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

BRISBA_? . Iundreds of persons ore rcturning from- the rush. R?eoing prospecte are encouraging and about 3000 men aro on tho ground."

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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The International Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

The Jntcr,,tio cmel Exillbition. SATURDAY concludcd a most satisfactory weok's work at Prince Alfred Park'. The attendance ihas been larger this week than on thle two preceding years--the nunmber of persons registered at tlhe gates being 64,448, and this is exclusive of ticket holders. Altogether the receipts are about £123 in etcess of tile aimount taken for the corresponding week of the Exhibi tion of 1875. Tie behaviour of tles visi tore has been also most exemplias; Out of thle large nunmber it cuighlt be supposed that there would be afew disorderlies, but the fact-bhs proved to be otherwise, anu thso police, although quite prepared for any eonergelney, have really had a sine care. On Saturday large neumbers- of cauitry people left town, Mid the resources of the railway were heavily taxed.. ByJ! tinsly arrangements the traffic manager has succoiced in meeting a denmand for inccrenfed aceommodation eeldom equalled ie Sydney, and certainly greater than on lse occasion of any previ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

MLETBOUtNE. It is roportel thot a dofonco fund amount ing to £2000 is boing oisod by Chinamen in. torested in lotteries to obtain tho decisoon of tho fSupromo Court os to wvhethor convictions ogainst theom can be sccured in Police Courts. Thoe Deniliquin and Ioarma 12aihvay will be complotod about the end of June. Groat excitement provails'about students of sn~Ullou'soit-·-o..~:lioi~gatudc~iFint norne0 Iockott. A Professional Board is taking! ovidence as to tho assault.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

WANTEDS. W ANhT'RD.--'ortho Criterion, Hotel, two GOOD HOUSE aondl PAI;LOUlt MAIDS, to assintk Waitlin. at Tabte. Apply to HItS A. WATTI, Ilunter-otreet. 410 X?YANTD.?A GENERIAL SERIVANT. App'ly to (MS. IOGGOIS, Wallseod 417, WANTED.-To tront a HOIIS, aomoo '.hero it the City. Apoly at the Orfce of tile Poper. jT?TAN'FD a good GEI?NERAL SERtVANT. pplyl at, the. Great Britain Hotel, o0ter nIarket ao d Sottr-slorort, Loeercantle. 414 SAEN'TED a MAN o drive a toom. ,Apply V to GEO. L1VEII3IOn]E, Wolfe-st, Newcastle. " 416 W ANTRD, TWO TURNOVEIRS to the JOB t'RINTING 1lUSlNl S6. Apply to tlie Office of thids Paler. IXTANTE(D, a good steaody GENERAL' ?¥ SERVANT. to a reliab:o peraoo. Firt.cloaso wages will be paid° Apply JUNOG lON INN, Globe. 392 "ITANTED BRICKl AYER{, ot Wood'o New Buildings, lBolonlo-troeo 408 -. TENDERS IB AND.--Teodero will be recrived by eitbo .. of the IUldersigned, up to SATruWi)A'Y. 1th 'hlo, ilr a BA.?I) of TWELVE PER FORMEIRS, to ploy at Sports andll Openiog ol...

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Coal Shipping Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

Coal Shipping Regulatiohs. Tan following potition of I.ei trhlsiotra and others, sf NeWcostle, has boon pro. sented to the Legislative Assembly. It. was signed by upwe'ds of a thousand per SOIls -. " Thoe Ionorablo tho Speaker and members of the Legislative Assonebly of New South Wales in Parliament assembled. "The humble petition of the undersigned merehants, agents, shipowners, masters of vessels, coal-trimmers, labourers; and other persons engaged and concerned in shipping and trimming of coals on board vessels in the port of Newcastle, and other citiesie of Now. castle, respectfully ehoweth ? I". tlhat on the 2nd day of November, 1874, there were published in tihe Goeernmaenl Gazelle, certain regulations approved of by his Excellency the Governor with the advice of. the Executive Council, for regulating the cranes. staiths, and wharfs at the port of Nlow instle?-iiinthis colony, which said regulations were to come intooperation on the 0th day of November then next. "2. That amon...

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Sudden Death at Hamilton. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

Sudden Death at Ilamilton. CORONR'S INQUEST. As inquest was held yesterday afternoon, by F. J. Shaw, Esq. (District Coroner), and a jury of twelve, at the Hamilton Hotel, touching the death of Samuel Vial. The.jury having been sworn, the follow ing evidence was adduced :. George Lowe stated that ho was a miner working in tlse Borehole, and residing at Hamilton ; heknew the deceased ; witness camehome at about half-past eiglst that morning; deceased boarded in the same house with witness (MKrs. Berry's) ; on the morning in question, Mrs. Berry called witness to see the deceased, who was then in Isis bed-room ; witness, on going into thle room, found deceased on his hands and knees; blood was pouring from his mouth, and deceased, ons witness going into the room, .ejaculated, "012, I am dying I" witness supported his body, and rendered what assistance he could, assisted also by a man named Jonathan Stables, who camse into the room shortly after Witness; wit ness and Staples held up the...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAVE ADULLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

CAV.E ADULI,AM. IT would afford amnple material for'study to witness the countenances of Mlessrs. Lloyd, Stevens, and Cameron, when they read cortain portions of tile report of tle Hamilton miners' meeting held on Satur day lst. In discussing the arrangement for the forthcoming miners'annual picnic, tile question turned upon the propriety of inviting the above gentlemen to take part in the proccedinga There is a delightful A.cMDON of expression on tile part of one of the speakers, which must go far to com pensate the above trio for the immense samount of trouble they have endured as representatives of the 'ochey 'ended sons of toil. According to oie of tie principal speakers at die meeting, MIr. Caneron can hardly walk through Sydney streets, or Mrr. Stevens through Newcastle, without being insulted by the working mien; while MIr. Lloyd, if invited, would be too wide awake to come at all. Tise same speaker predicted a political squabble instead of a social picnic, and it appears tha...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. The Great Foot Race. MONDAY, Recd. 9.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From oar Sydnley Uorre~onlodent.) SYIDNbY. Tile Oreat Foot Ratce. oNDo..a, Reod. 0.410 p.m. Tue groat podestrisn event, bet'voon Framik Heowitt (the English champlion) and Davis (tho Amorican champion), for £400, took place en the Albort Groandl, thia afteonoon, io the presonco of his Excolloncythe Governor and over two .thousmnd spectators. The die. tences run were 100, si0, and 176 yards. Howitt won the two first events onesily, Davis sterting badly in tihe first and stumbling in the second. Zr. Joseph Wvarner, a well-known draper', of Plcdfern, was hilled by a mail train flor lledfern this morning, The trotting match of tise Randwvick Club Races was run over again to-day, and wons by Wanderer. William MeoEwan, a blacksmith striker, was committed for trial for administering poison to his wife. Sir Wrilliam Manning will be sworn in as a judge on Thursday next, A verdiet of manslaughter was returned against a cabmlmi, name tltllnotvn, for run ning over a woman, wl...

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SPURIOUS SOVEREIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

ipvruiouai iiOvoI:EONa.-Th1Crn artO, we helieve, a nunber o spurious sovercigns, in circulation,,and people should he careful in oxamining tile coin that comes into their hands. One of theao spurious sovereigns lrs been bronoglat to our office. It is lighter than theo tb~linig coin, lint heavier than ordinary "countcrs'," anild nlea caeo bo taken theoe eaalrinu8?aocreigno moy ho cthily p~asaed no gsoo oue,,--,, At, Itcrai '

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

Stocktoln Agency. /MAn. AL-T. . BROVN bloo been rPPOINTED yA. ?.OES'! flr this joorouotl ot STOCKTON, fnrm wvhora olmptrs all be ercrivre, ond orlers for Advertisemento or Job l'intiug loft, J. 21. SVEIo'T, Proprietor. "IHeraldl andl Advocate Offic,'? "?nd April, 1870;. RENEWED NOTICE. A NU3?BER O0 COIRESPONDErTBS, ?W~ho ohould hoer ?onao enouogh to know botter, persist in addrrcosino their literry roomomunications to tho underoiged, toteoad of the FDtTOR. ondore sooeotime surlrpsled at hiot seeing" theire efusioo s in print. We repeat oor request tlht coerespondonco ahould bo oddreroed to teo "'Editor," ond odvertiso merts, &r., to the etnce. J. 21. SWEET, l'-oprlotor. IfooolD A.Ot AnvoocTo OIlier, lOth Apri, 1070.

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ITALIAN IMMIGRATION [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

ITiLIAN IItMlONAd.TION -rio -T r llhrurj of Saturdoy, in o leader on this oobjcct, says : --'Vo must look to the permanent good of the country, end regard tile question on pnatriotic, not on philanthropic grounds. ",e do not woant to reoke the colony an osylum for tho Itelians, bht we wont people - whether Italiano or Britons--to come reody to hells themselves, to talie port with ue in the ba't o of life, to etnlggle with notore for a oubhsis tenct os all toen most--to stnogglo in their own woy, of coosie, LHlx otill to stroggle. We do not need coonllnities whllolll we most paueier and feed, oln[ selcolorage to exertion; wen wont no ipurpers either in olsirit or in fact. On the undertaonding thnt if they come, Italians musrt tlkre their part with us, and muot expect no opic?ial tdrvalutagee, we msty well welcomo tietro gladly. But there aro strong ohjections to an inmreigration iolicy whichr selects anry p art of Eulrope fer opeciol treatment. And this, inot beecauss the colony is B...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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The Greta Riot and Assault Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 2 May 1876

Tire Greta iiot tarl Assault Cases. (From oar Maitland Corresisoodent) FIFTr men and women were selnrnoned to nppear at til West Maitand Police Court yesterday, on a charge of riot at Greta during the distuorbanc over thre labeor qneotton in tile Greta Colliery, tile information being isid by Alexander Streddrn. Several seperate charges of asstalt were also for hearing, but, tllough the people were kept waiting over two hour, magistrates could not be obltanred to hear tlis caseo, and it was nwith great diffieulty that one Jostiao of tire P neaeeas soeered to postlroro the conss, entil 3tonday next. Tire Police M[agistmte ses in attendance at tile Cirusit.Ceaat and it hs said that nenrly all tire J'.P. wore on tire eiril juries, irence tie diffieulty ins getting a beaeir. Tile cases are' all postrorrrl till rvxt oanriry, mndl tile idnrri rs antid ,9rirwrlv, raturelly complain bitterly art lie?i. drlgmod an frorr Gretrr to Maithnd rr wsur?, tirile tirrogi dcfcative official oiihlin'oo...

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