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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

CITY- & :DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. N*NEWCASTLE IRAILWAY. STATION. Our attention was drawn yesterday to the disgusting stench existing in the waiting: .room of tile Newcastle Railway Station, andL ow are .surprised ,that some stops are not 'taken to prevent its'existonco. Tie offect of suohc.n stench on persons sufferinCg any ill noess, who'tako shelter in tile room wlheon wait ing for a trainr must be very siluch felt, and we woudor thait disease is not'brce amongst tho officials; whoseoduties keep then in the tadjoining oflices. Now that the Nmcobruc Prevention Act has been extended to Now ·castle, we are of opinion 'that the Cotnecil ohould take steps in the matter.. " NEWCASTLE POLICE CoUtT.-Yester. 'day, before DMr. Hannell, J.P., only one case was called, that being one of indecent Ian guage o. The offender was .admonished tuat THE NEW COUNCIL CnAIBRnes. ?We 'are pleased".to-obser'vethe very neat. appemmnce the now Council Chambers pre sent. Tho room' in whichL the Council a...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRECK OF AN AUSTRALIAN SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

WI\RE?G OF AN .AUSTRAALIANSIIP., Tle following tolegaim,wis retolprd:.in Lodndni ' on March 2, from St; Catherine Point "" The; ship Glencray (of:Glfsgfos) Ccjilail Dayi: which left'Adelaide November , 1875; for ton'; don came ashore at Blaclkgaurg Chine at onu' o'clock this moruning.durng..a-denasefog,.and. hbende total wrek: AlAl IciiljWeforicieil hy the coastguard andi the rocket apparatus. T'he cargo is washing ashore The cr.w .haveylost. cverything: A hitt eleram stelated that the Glencray wept to pices.. ,boet ll)0 bales of .wool htvo-come eashore, and severnal-skiik ;of hides. As soon as the chief ollicer of the coast-. guard station at St, Cotherine Point received information of the wreck of this vessel he repaired to the scenes of the disaster with his crew and ia rocket apparatus. A dense, for prevailed. When he came in sight of. the ship the eea was maiking a clean breachl over her, andnshoe as lying osn her beam ends sea ward, and all the crew were aft on the poop, -iyin...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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The Stevenson's Case at Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

The Steveinson's Case at Mel boulrne. (From the Ballarat Courier, April 27.) MiasSRS. STEVENSON and Soes have tri umphed, and the Government have b~een defeated. This is the shortest, and at the same time the most accurate, way to sum up Tuesday's proceedings. The impounded letters have been handed over to the firm under the most deferen: tial circumstances, since a special de livery was called into requisition foi the purpose, and great must have been the rejoicing in Flinders lane when these letters were received unopened. The human mind can scarcely imagine a more humiliating end to a very great sensation. These letters either did or did not contain evidence to support the charge preferred against the accused firm.; . . A very serious accusa tion lies against Messrs. Stevenson and Sons, and the Government were there fore warranted in making use of all the means at their disposal to sheet the charge home to them, if they be guilty. The very fact of refusing to allow the Government...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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OFFICIAL TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

O'FIOIAI TITLES.-Magistrates nro frequently addhesoed in such varied and novel torns by litigants at the Police Courts as give evidence of very confused idatsc existing amongst many as to the official title by which they addreas " Their Worships," " Your Honor," and even " Your Reverence," are commonly used terms by anxiously polite defendants; but the height of complimentary address was reached by a Mongolian, appear. ing in a case on Thursday, at the West [nait. land Police Court, 'ho peraisted in addressing the Police Magistrate as!." My Lord."--M?at land Mercury. 4t Byorstown flour is sl. Od. per lb.

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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MELBOURNE. Monday, 1.49 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

MELBOURNE. , Monday, 1.40 p.m. Great excitement exists inMelbourno about the students' conduct at the University in ducking a student named ?Hackett. A pro fessional board is taking evidence as to the assault, and it isostated that the lprofessors feel greatly agrieved at the conduct of the students, and will punish those found guilty by rustication or heavy fines. It is rumoured that Professor Halford .champions the medical students, and tkat he was the cause of the affray, as he is said to have advised the stuilents to " stamp out Hlackett's." The Chinese lottery cases are being heard. "eMrried in haste" was fairly successfdl, but not equal to "Our Boys." Emmett will shortly appear in a now piece, i"Jan, the Now German."

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

IRONMONGERY. N O T I C 3 To Builders, Contractors, & Others. T. G. ALCOOK Begs to call special attention to h6.s recent IrPORTATIONe FIRE GRA E'S Owing to the depressedtrade n the hl thome market, .they hIve been secured on very favour able terms, and will be SOLD CHEAP, To make room for further ehipments. They consist of Kitchen R'anges Ovens-Colonial and sham aide-30, 32, 84, 36, and 38 inoh. -Do. Oven and Boller-6t 38,- 40, and 42 inches. ELLIPTIC GRATES. Leamingtoi. Ronges,f86 to 60 inohes Full Register Grates, various. Half-register, from 24 to 36 Inches Square Ovons and Grates Air Bricks Sash. Weigts. ALSO, ON SALE, AT TEI VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES Corrogatod Iron, 5, 6, 7, 8,.9, anid It foot Sheet Zinc Perforated Zino Sheet Lead Half-round Spoutlhg. 4 to 6 Inches O.G. Spouting, 4 to 6 inehor Rain Water Pipes, all sizes Wire Nails, all sizes Ewbank's O.S. Clout, Fine Clout, Cnt, Lath, Slate Nails, Breds, &a., &e. Carpenters' lim Locks, 6, 7, and a inches...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. - -ARRIVLS.-MA 2. Alexander Newton, bhrque 309, Newton, irom Sydney; B. B Wallnce, agent Easby (a a), 96R , lennedy, fronl" Wellington, 25th ultimo, witt twelve cabin and eighty steer ago passengers; C. Y Stokes and Co, agents

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

SHIPPING. EWOASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (LIMITED.) tgSydney Exhibition t The S. S. KEMBLA will run at SiNGLE BARES FOR THE DOUBLE JOURNEY,1] UNTIL FRIDAY, 12TH MAY, INcLusivE. SALOON................ 12s 6d. STEERAGE .............. 7s6d. Leaving Sydney Every Night at 11.30 p m. (Saturday and Sunday excepted). Leaving Newcastle Every Morning at.10 a.m (Runday and Monday excepted). H. D. PORTUS, Manager. Ofice-Hunter-street, Newcastle, 10th April, 1876. 193 -'SULLIVAN AND CO.'S PATENT SLIP. NEWCASTLE. initPS of the Largest Class taken up for REPAIRS, RE-CLASSING, SURVEY, &e. Iron Ships cleaned. Shipwrights' and Smiths t ark performed. Spws and all other ship's materinls in stock. An Fnporienced Diver, with diving appa .tuoon hand. T. O'SULLIVAN & CO., Proprietors. PUBLIC NOTICES. UNICIPAL BOROUGH OF WVALLSEND. raau*'i "a''O r i b1 receved npto Wn. TO DELIVER T T?HE i,. _ j- , illig the Borough of Wallsend,ýstating terms. For particulars apply to T. M. MACKAY, Council Cler...

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CUSTOM HOUSE CLEARANCES. May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

CUSTOM HOUJsE CLEARANCES. lMay 2. a.... aria Yansi, Dowe, for Manilla, with 600 tons Scoal J. O. )ibbsragent - Olive,: sOhip,'-Divies for San Francisco, with 1200 tons coal; Binole, White, iiii Co, agents ri ';Albertlthe-Good, brig, Cairn, forMoe bourne, : ?with 50o tons coal; J. Reid and Co., agents a z.: Lidy Darling (s.s), Saul, for olelbou'Ile, 'ith '.:.1000 tons coal; J. Veenman; agent '-Leslie, schooner, Brown, for Warrnambool, Eswish 170 tons coal ; R. B. Wallace, agent i· Waverly, brig, i,1li, for Adolaide, with I00 Stons stone aoid 200 tons coal; G. Hewison, meaelt , :a''~'"

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DEPARTURES.—MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

DEPARTURES.-MAY 2.* Ant, barque, Dyson, for I'ort Lnmprere, Tasmania, with 120 tons coa1 and 200 tont Scoke o F. 0. Dibbs, agent oBedfor ~dbire, ship, Warren, for San Francisco, with 1532 tons coal; It B. Wallace, agent Bravo, schooner, Cuthbert, for Slelbourne, with 350 tons coal ;:J. Reid, agent CoasTwtsan.-May 2. naxonia(s), MIaitland (a s), and Kembla (s.s), fram 2.0 ' ScotaGem, orp th (.s), Kembla(.s), and Collaroy (as), for Sydney

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

To the Editor of the Nercorattleforani Hlerald. Su,--3ly attention has been called to the Spargaphl appearing in your issue of yester day, the ?ir?t portions of which air'e correct enough, but with regalrd to the latter, viz., " enquiry into the nlmagement and selection, with the aid of professional assitstnee front Melbourne, of nt routofromn the pit to the Great Northern IRailwa," I beg to say as M" Manager" thalt I know,nothing of it, as no disapprobation has been expressed, and that a line has been surveyed and leoels taken by ne, le d, ast your pangnpht sanys, tlhrco milCes of it 'are ahready done. 'rthe Secretary is certainly here, but the only professional assistance that I am tware of his having from Melbourne was that of an engine-fitter, named Ford. I can only suppose that your informnnt is some ]person who wishes to injure myreputation, and who, is usual in such cases, puts enough truth in the matter to give colour to his mischief. I beg to inform you that the works are i...

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BRISBANE. Monday, 12.5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

BRISBJANE. Monday, 12.6 p.m. Advicco to the 22nd April state that lun dreds aro turning back from? tho now rush, owing to the discouraging accounts that have been recoived. Many are without means to enable theni to prospect, and the old northern haonds arao pro?rca aRnYtsto?,qSu t..u-hb Iodgkinsonoare highly satisfactory, but theo accounts of the alluvial are not oncounrging. About throe thousand mon are on the ground.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

,COR RESPONDENCE. [Let.it [be liotlertly usdclrtood hub-et-rr do no identify ourepohith thl opiniones eprceed by our polop otdcnet.. AlU oecnunu utflo ,must I hvre tle imoes and-adtreo s of the wrTitoe uattached, not ieoeeerlly for publiatioln, but oo a uenrlnte of tued aith. Wo doun't.belieove in hls1tCht tottr -ee hth: they aplpear.in other piisalso. ltejectj d commuredicaltium will not Iu retumned.]

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YASS. Monday, 11.36 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

. YASS. Monday, 11.36 a.m. St. Augiustine's Church was crowded yester day for the recoption of tlroo novices into the sisterhood; Bisholp Lamigan presided. The sermon was preached by'Dr. Birmingham. Dr. M3'Dlroy V.G., wits also present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

WANTEDS. _' W `TANT'ED, BOYS to SELL PAPERS. Ap Sply to this Office. W ANTED-A Good GENERAL SEll. VAN'lT Apply to Mrs. W..J. DAW SONS, Green Gates Hotel, Waratah. W{ANTED.-A GENERAL SERVANT. 1 Apply to MRS. BOGGIS, WVallseod 417 TWANTED.-To Rent a HOUSE," some ohero in the City. Apply at 'the Office of this Paper. WTANTED a good GENERAL SERVANT. W Apply at the Great Britain Hotel, corner Market and Scott-streets, Newcastle. 414 W ANTPrD, TWO TURNOVERS to the JOB PRININ'ING BUSINESS. Apply to'tllhe Olie of this Paper. STANT0D, a good stondy GENERAL ' SERVANT, to a reliable person. First.class wa,,e.s will be paid. Apply JUNCTION INN, Glebe. 39: TT7ANTED BRICKLAYEIt, at Wood's New . Buildings, Bollon-street. 408 "iTANTED, TWO GOOD CARPENTERS. TV Apply to GEO FROOMI, 43 \Wesleyan Church, Wallsend. TENDERS TESLEYAN C'HURO H, Niw LA tBTO,. TENDEIIS WANT"D, up to WEDBnsDAI. May 20th, FORl LINING TIIE ABOVE. ' For iurtienrs. apply to Mr. JOIINDAVIES, New ambton or to REV. W. IOBSON, Waratl...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

ADELAIDE. .:The Registrar-Genoral's report shows 'that infant mortality is greator in South Australia than in any othor colony.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

LELBOUTRNE. The Rove. Charles Clarke is lecturing on " Oliver Cromweoll" and ' Thackeray," with immense success. A man named John Condo l has been arrested for tihe balik robbery at Seymour. In the Chinese lottery case, the defendants were fined £25 each.

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(From the Sydney Papers.) MURRURUNDI VIA WALLABADAH. Monday, 11.32 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

(From the' Sydney 'Papers.) MURRURUINDI .,,. WALLABADAII. - Monday, 11.32 n.m. The Great Asiatic Circus performed hero on Saturday night to one of the largest houses over witnessed there. The performanco ox colled anything soon before, especially the JaOpanese.

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

BRISBANE. Tho nowspapers state that the stoeamers aro boting rushed by tho. diggers at Cooktown; who are wanting to return. some hundred are roturning from the rush and applying for fresh passages southward.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 3 May 1876

Stockton Agency. M R. ALE. IIIBOW-N ~'~Is been APPOINTED AGENTI" for this journal at STOCKTON, from whom popet can be oreceived, and ordners for Advertisements or Job Printing left, - J. M. SWEET, I'roprietor. "IIrold and Advocante Officc," . 22nd April, 1876. RENEWED NOTICE.--' A NIaMBER OF CORRESPrONDENTS, who should have senoe enough to know better, persist in addrrsoing their literory collrnications to the undero-ignied, ntead of the EDOtyro, aUndao sometimes urprised at not seeing their elrusions in print. WVe reprt our request that eorropondeneo should beo ddlesedl to the !'?ditor," and advertise ents, &o., to thle Ollice. - J. X. SWEET, I '8prietour. knnu ;,Xonlrorooomoomrr

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