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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

?ilil felarh^ hmLrt 'krlotiok-ibomg.i ' j , ?: ?, TBia DAY,-. 8ATUai^$y3^mg&, **'*-**''* ' ^t 10 'o'clock. * ~ *'' f) ? \ '/ ? 'GREAT OLEARlNff'iiliEr i^O J'Ti-':'Q--''-:^ ' q'-.N'.';Ai R .«J*,II $ . , has received instructions to Sell by Auction 4 A largo quantity. of DEAPERY . , - ,, j Hdnsohoid Farnitiire ' l ?.-' Crockery, ? Ghvww»re ?????'?? ? , , Pictures, Lamps ? ? ? . ? Gold and Silver Watches . . ?'??'? Gnns ' ' '' ' ' ' ' ?-?????? ?? : Several Half-cheeta TEA. ALSO; . Two Allotments of LAND at Waratab ' And a large quantity of Sundries. bO? JC. B O N A B I' U S , has received 'instructions 'ftoni Air. Gillies, to -??-'? Sell by Publio Auction, on ??'' -,.: THURSDAY, 29lhDay of March, ? ' , ..---;., ),Atl2 o'clock,'. ? '????? -, .. . , , On the Premisei — ? ? : ? ? .: A SUBSTANTIAL STONE COTTAGE ' containing Five Roonn, situated on the Western side of the Bill, and commanding a splendied view of the , . Harbour and surrounding country. ALSO : ? ? A qridtjtity df uao...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

, '??', ? ';\;;! 7'^ Bait Hotel.' ,- 'i...;,...;. B'' '''O~,:Y- &'#:??&;. .kv-VV,. ,B ?':Ai''N 'K , , beg to. notify) that the Sala of tha Bank Hotel, advertisBi for the 20th,instan,ti is unavoidably, post pone'd Jto WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of April, in con sequence, of tho severe indisposition1 df Mrs. Croft.1 '494 N''''.^''yfK: MU S I C;''H A.-L'-L1; -. -'- ?? SSIPWIilGSTS' AtiU&i -'' ,?''''''?'[ ??'??i'';'F)'EI-TvE ;-R' 'S VL J '?.'&', ',',| -?'??.?' '';. '/;'':;'' '''tltOPBIETOB,.., ' ' ,. '. ;..:i) ? Th'eTrqpriotor'ncgato 'inform &[e ^ublio that, '«t a GHEA.T BXPBNSB.-ha has engaged tho Service^ of , . , I ,. ,-,.. iltlSSVWCm? ,'j .n;:}i: from tho principal Concert Halls in MolbpUrne j . . . ? ?i ??'! i'i na.O. WILMAMS, ? ' ? .-' ' ?'-.'. tha woli-lajown.Comio Singjr, Negro Delineator, and : ,- Burlesque Porformor; ?? '' :l ? ' 'lOGETHSli WItH ??? . ??--??'????' MRS. WILLIAM S, ?? '. '. ' .=«i (il-. rlfhoOelebratodrPianist. ; ; i '^.j,'.!...

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LECTURE ON THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

LECT/ITBE ON. THE BIBLE. On -Tuesday evening -last, the Rev. E. C. : Pritchard, miriiater of the Primitive Metho- ? dist'Chupel, '.Brown-sireet, delivered .a. deeply interesting and eloquent lecturo on ', A won derful aUnry about, at. wonderful book,'iin the ? ?Weeleyan Church, Tyrrell-street - Consider inst the inclemency of- the ni«ht. and -other ?ircnmstances, the attendance'' was .very en-., coaraging- — ?i/o may say large, for somewhere . aVont'soventy persons ' were, 'pre&ent The . ttfw.ir, inthe.uutivoidable absence of Mr. Aid. . 'Winsjhip, \vaa filled. byiilr.JParkin .who, in a , few appropriate, observations, introduced the rev. Mr. Pritchard' to the meeting. ?'?-'' ' The' Rev. Lecturer on coming forward, was ?. greeted with' .u'rSflTaus&.!. v .Afiecsomoprelimi- ; uacy,remark3,.hu commenced his letiure by ?. soylqg ythe Bible iwus'ithe most wonderful of ? ail wondurful booka. ?-: Its name- wasderived ' from/tlrdgrieki'1Hibloi-i' Tjnd signifies' the - &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

HoU/OWat's Pills. — Coun*el and Comfort.— A dis ordered ?tomaoh throw* tha whole ?ratem oat of goir had renders ui unfitted for both work and amosemrnt A faw doim of these purifying and strengthening pilla liken accordingly to their accompanying diroction*, ?will, however, speedily restore order and re-enable th» ?tomacb to dige«t iU food without difficulty. 'ilicae excellent pills are suitable alilc* for the peer and tho peasant, the soldier and sailor, and particularly for home and foreign colonist*. Holloway's pills are very useful in checking fererink att&clu, bilious tomplainta, and inflammations. They hare also made the most signal cuies in eases ol dropsy, and diseaaos of the kid neys, heart anLlungs, when the smfferui teemed put the reach of medicine. LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE & LIFE IXSUOANCE COMPANIES. CHIEF OWICE: LEADEMHALL.-STHEET, LONDON. C«FITAI, : Fire ? £1.000,000 Life ? £100,000 PIBE AND LIFE INSURANCES on Liberal Tbrxs. Annual Income— £150,0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

''.??? notice oFMorroir. l §§h Tp be moved by the Mayor :— &^| ?j - JThat iiiumuoh as a certain resolution, itanding m$J'/ the.iecordfl of - thu Municipality ?iuoothe 14th day of 3,' October 18o'J, has from time to time given rise to much *\ ' misunderatanding, and otUerwise operated as an nnpe-X' ,' ' ,diineD^ tft the «peratioiui of this Council, be it therefor* resolveil, that the said resolution be now retoinded,'7*'1 which is ai follows :— ' That account! be kaot bv th» '- Towh Cleric of the income arid expenditure of each ^u&{''r ?eparately;»rid Btich expenaei'ag are common to tiu ?'' torsa I wards clialC be' in' such accounto charged to eAoV! ' fo ward in each proportion' — and ia lieu theroof ,iand witk ,. a view to preserve uniformity, in the methoil of keopi^ '' -the SlurucipaJ iccounts, in 'ao for as relate* to -M .anibnnt oft Ate4ble' inbbnvo' 1 derivable front propwdr ' -\ ?ituate in eaoh word, — be it olio resolved, thai Iw _ i same shall be kept as here...

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CRICKET MATCHES. TRAFFIC LOCOMOTIVE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

CRICKET MATCHES. TRAFFIC ». LOCOJIOTIVE DEPART1IEN11. A very exciting and interesting match between eleven of the traffic department in connection with tho Great Northern Ibiihvay, and eleven of the Locomotivo department came off on Satur day- last. Tho match «ms only partially played and will hi resumed and continued on Saturday next, on St. ? .John's ground.' When tho Flumps were drawn the score ituod as und. r : — | THAFFIO ELEVEN. Pint Inningt. ? ? ' , Beeston, c. Hon den, b.. Atkins .: ? 83 Fligg, b. WUls ? 5 ' Bewick, o. Cuimi- n i im,' b.Willi ? 0 t,i Niold, c. and b. .AdariB1.';:.'.1.'.....1. ? ; ? 31 Yurdon, c. Cutmiirhiuvb. Adams.. ? 1 ' n .,, Elliot, b. Adiims ? , ? ;... 0 /| 1 Hornet, c. King, b. Will* ? 5 J Davies, not out'.... ? .........: ? ....?..'..'.. 15 ., Mood, o. Martin, b. ,WUla ? 1 ,: Martin, run out .., ? C -j .Seaman, at. Adams, b. AVUls .'. ? .' ? .2 I Lyn-, c. Adims, b. Wills ....'. ? 0 ?( J. Browne, not out ? '? ? 0 j Byes, and leg byea ? 2 Total ? ..; ? ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

BIRTH. BOYCE. — On the 18th instant, at her residence, New- comen-street, Mrs. W. T. Boyce, of a daughter. 510 MARRIAGES. At Newcastle, on the 21st instant, by the Rev. Wil- liam Bain, Mr. John McQUEEN, of Cape Hawke district, of Stroud, to Harriet BRIMS, of Abbotslee,   Somersetshire, England. 518       At the Junction, Newcastle, on the 22nd instant, Mr. George LONSDALE, of Lambton, to Mary Ann MENZIES, eldest daughter of Mr. George Menzies, Junction, Newcastle. 519   The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1867.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.   The MORPETH, Captain Budd, on TUESDAY and FRIDAY mornings. The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain SUMMERBELL, on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY mornings. GEORGE TULLY, Agent. STEAM TO SYDNEY.   THE STEAMER CITY OF NEWCASTLE Will leave NEWCASTLE for SYDNEY, at Eight     o'clock THIS EVENING. GEORGE TULLY, Agent. Newcastle, March 23, 1867. 611   Easter Holidays! Easter Holidays!     A SPECIAL STEAMER TO SYDNEY ON SATURDAY NIGHT, April 20, At 12 o'clock.   THE A. S. N. COMPANY'S POWERFUL STEAMSHIP WILLIAMS, Captain M'Farlane, Will leave NEWCASTLE at MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY NIGHT, 20TH APRIL,   Offering a splendid opportunity to parties desirous of spending a few days in Sydney without interfering with their business arrangements. For further particulars, apply to W. K. LOCHHEAD, Agent. Company's Offices, Newcastle. March 22, 1867....

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LATEST NEWS. FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

LATEST NEWS. FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY. Thursday evening. The escorts have brought down 5660 ounces of gold this week. In the horse market prices have a downward tendency.                       The wool sales were well attended ; prices   same aa last week.   Friday evening, 5.49 p.m.           The weather here is magnificent.   Mr. Napier's funeral has been postponed un- til. Sunday, awaiting the arrival of relations from Melbourne. The Hon. H. Parkes, and Mr. Docker are on their way back from Melbourne, returning by the steamer instead of going overland as was talked of.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.         Blackbird (s.s.) 534, Sawell, from Melbourne via Sydnry, J. Ward and Co., agents. Agnes Irving (a.), from Sydney. W. K. Lochhead, agent. Europa, brig, 190, Graham from Invercargill. G.         Hewison, agent. Sea Nymph, barque, 256; Walker, from Melbourne Captain, agent.               Monarch, barque 269, Blake, from Melbourne. W. H. Whyte, agent.   Catherine Jane, barque, 337, Smith, from Melbourne. Captain, agent.     Ann, barque, 277, Noon, from Melbourne. Captain, agent. Affiance, barque, 347, Simpson, from Dunedin. B. H. Grierson, agent.       Transit, American ship, 933, Whltmort, from Mel-   bourne. G. Mitchell, agent.   &a...

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COMMERCIAL. SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

COMMERCIAL.                 SHIPPING. We have this week to report a large influx of ship- ping (besides coasters), principally from Melbourne and   New Zealand, twenty-three being of the registered ton- nage of over 6000 tons. The departures, however, have been very considerable, quite equalling the arrivals. The shipment of coals has greatly fallen off this week, being but 10,786 tons-4659 for Sydney, 2162 for Melbourne, 1650 for South Australia, 1097 for New Zealand, 582 for   China, and 632 for steamers and home consumption. The ship Kingston, has commenced taking in her cargo for Point de Galle, and is expected to complete her loading this week. Quotations remain the same as last week— To Melbourne (wharf), 14s.; Adelaide, 12s.; Wallaroo, 15s.; Shanghai, 33s. to 34s.; Ning-po, 30s. ; Hongkong; 25s.; Singapore, 15s.; Galle, 20s.; Bombay. 30s ; Mau- rit...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

SYDNEY. The sudden death of Mr. Robert Napier, the manager of the Commercial Banking Company, which took place at an early hour yesterday morning, cast quite a gloom over the whole city. The report that he had been found drowned in a duck pond in his own yard, at North Shore, reached Sydney a little after eight o'clock in the   morning, and by eleven o'clock every one in the city knew it. Cruel things were said, but the inquest has   set them all at rest, and the tact is now public that syncope was the immediate cause of his death. But lately the deceased gentleman had returned from Tas- mania, where, with Mrs. Napier, he had been seeking   relief from overwork, which, for many months, had   been telling most seriously upon his health. His re-   turn, to Sydney (leaving Mrs. Napier, in Tasmania) had   simply been to give evidence in the embezzlement case   against. Johnston, the teller of the ...

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THE HOLT MEMORIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

THE HOLT MEMORIAL.   We stated some little time ago in this jour- nal that a memorial, setting froth the vari- ous lives saved by Mr. H. W. Holt, of this   city, had been sent home to The Royal Hu- mane Society through William Keene, Esqu., Examiner of Coal fields. By the correspond- dence published below, it will be seen that an answer to Mr. Keene;s letter was received by the last mail, and that the Humane Society have granted Mr. Holt one of their Bronze Medals. We congratulate Mr; Holt on the   distinction which has been conferred upon him, knowing as we do that he so thoroughly deserves it. The following are the letters re-   ceived by Mr. Keene on this subject :-   London; 20, Prince's Gardens, W.     19th January. 1867.             MY DEAR MR, KEENE--I have received the enclosed letter from Mr: Young, the secr...

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CITY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

CITY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.   The Council met on Tuesday evening last,   pursuant to adjournment from the previous Thursday. There were present — Aldermen Adam, Christie, Winship, Chapman, Stokes, Henderson, Hannell, and his Worship the Mayor, Dr. Brookes. CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORTS.   Under this head the Town Clerk read the   following letters and reports :- Letter from Captain Charles Robertson. — THis gentleman wrote asking the Council's permission to form a footpath to the Congre- gational Church — the footpath to extend from the Primitive Methodist Chapel, up to the   wooden platform, leading to the Congrega-   tional Church.       Letter from' Mr. Ash. — This was an appli- cation to be allowed to lower the kerbing, opposite to Mr. Ash's new buildings in Church   street, so as to make the back premises easy of access. Leave was granted ; the work to be d...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 21. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. Indecent Exposure of Person. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

THURSDAY, MARCH 21.               Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. Indecent Exposure of Person. Thomas Hawkins, seaman, was convicted of indecent-   ly exposing himself in the precincts of the court, in such a position as to be seen from the public street. He   was sent to gaol for fourteen days, with hard labour.   Wages Claim.             Captain Henry Scott, appeared, on summons, to answer the complaint of Benjamin Chamberlain, for re- fusing to pay him, after demand, the sum of 7s. 6d. due for work and labour done. The bench ordered the defendant to pay the sum claimed, with 2s. 6d. costs. The money was paid into court.     Using Indecent Language.       James Gibson, appeared, on summons...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

LOCAL NEWS. OMISSIONS.--We were compelled at the last mo- ment to hold our usual leading article, dis-     trict news, and other matter.             THE ELECTORAL LISTS. The electoral lists for the Newcastle and Northumberland electorates   are now complete, and will be suspended in the lobby of the Court-house, until the 28th instant, on or before which date persons having any   claims or objections to make, must do so to the Clerk of Petty sessions, Mr. Henry Baker. ASHTON'S CIRCUS--A correspondent at Lambton writes:- "Ashton's circus was well patronised, and gave general satisfaction ; some of the horses did some clever tricks ; all were well trained and reflect, great credit upon Mr. Ashton's managa- ment. They are to perform at Waratah to-night, and Newcastle to-morrow night. P.S. The pit   is working again to-day.   &am...

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EXECUTION OF SCOTT. From the Empire, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

EXECUTION OF SCOTT. From the Empire, Mrch 20. The execution of Wi;;iam Henry Scott, for the murder of his wife Annie, on or about the 6th September last, took place within the precincts of Darlinghurst gaol, yesterday morning, in the presence of a large number of citizens, who were admitted on the production of the Sheriff's order. During the period of his confinement in the condemned cell, Scott was attended upon in his devotions by the Rev. Edwin Robinson, whom he requested to remain with him till the moment of his death. He expressed general penitence for other offences, but still denied murdering his wife Annie. He said, when asked, ' I never struck her.' Mr. Robinson, from the time he was sentenced, treated Scott as a guilty man, but he repeated frequently, ' I am inno- cent ; I never struck her.'' As there were some grounds for believing that he would confess on Saturday or Sunday, Mr. Thompson remained in town, and on Sunday morning received a long letter, and in the evening ...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. DREADFUL CALAMITY IN REGENTS PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

NEWS BY THE MAIL. ----- DREADFUL CALAMITY IN REGENTS PARK. On Tuesday, January 15, one of the most   awful calamities ever known in the metropolis took place in the Regent's Park, where, by the simultaneous giving way of the whole of the ice on the lake, at least 200 people were thrown into the water at once, and from twenty to forty persons were drowned. The scenes were most startling and harrowing. Women rushed about on the banks screaming out that their children. husbands, or brothers were   drowniug, and imploring the bystanders to save them. Boys and girls stood hysterically crying aud wringing their hands, and between their sobs exclaiming, ' Oh, look at father ! Oh, father, father !' and given expression to other heartrending exclamations ; and strong men convulsively appealed to those who had no means of help, and pointed out friends and relations struggling in the agonies of death. Only those who, like the writer, were on the spot, and saw with the...

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EXTRAORDINARY SCENES ON THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

EXTRAORDINARY SCENES ON THE THAMES. The break-up of the frost was attended by some extraordinary scenes on the Thames be- low London Bridge. On the 22ud January, the ice, coming down in a heavy floe on the tiers of   shipping, and the large steamers moored on the   north side of the river, forced them from their   moorings and much damage was done. There         were many collisions. Several great and small   crafts were sunk, with their crews, who were either crushed to death among the ice or perish- ed by drowning. The fields of ice that had been accumulating during the last few days were most formidable. For two hours before, and during a like period after high water, the broken ice completely covered the water, and to all appearances the whole fleet of shipping lying between London Bridge and Greenwich was locked fast in the ice. At about five o'clock (two hours' ebb) the mass...

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THE CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST LORD ERNEST VANE TEMPEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

THE CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST LORD ERNEST VANE TEMPEST. In the Court of Queen's Bench, on the 24th   Dec (the Lord Chief Justice and Justices Black- burn, Mellor, and Lush sitting in banco), their lordships had before them the case of "the   Queen v. Lord Ernest Vane Tempest." The defendant in this case was in 1856 a cornet in the Queen's Own 4th Light Dragoon Guards. On the evening of August 31, after Lord Er- nest Vane Tempest had been obliged to leave his regiment, he met an officer of the same regiment with a woman, named Mary Jane Spencer ; and as the two were standing con- versing together at the top of St. James' street the defendant came up, spat in his late comrade's face, and called him a coward and a blackguard. Proceedings were in consequence   taken against Lord Ernest Vane Tempest, but he left the country and went to America, where he had resided ever since, with the ex- ception of going to Paris in 1858 to meet his mother, the la...

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