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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

^B .0., A-'imts. ' ; ' !l'. K A M E P., ? ' v\^Ssj-ly every -|'»r- * '.'', naSil Kciry-boal, 'i. -laifdiipNttuJ' Noi'lli f;i .VllS.UJ, Ai|eHs-N-- r«/ m w :?4/l ? p TO 5 , vl'-ift^'X, |J- 1 v B-A.Y , ?.-0S. ' L.1.VM.L.A. IS -.n, R JVuHaco & V- RuadiiiJ. . S-'- .jL.Hu Miaul, ?' ' ;, ... 'ONftl 'PliorHon : 11. HiiiliiU-'laun ]'.*[? W,\\iuch :j (??» .i. it. ^.-x. ji £' illations, s» pro l'i-{) lAN'JCBU., \ ' , .'.' Him. S*cu-tiYvj\ ' ;..tta. , 'I. 1, 1?(W. ; IRON Cl.IP u..of..25'0o ton.-'. M', *hnstniio, bi'ijn plnfii'd ;. nn KJnif»lii\t. Tli« i .: ml ?Vol-ratoprs will . A sal'., nnd iTim.. ? vitHoto: ?|.ticli.-. X Ui HAXSBWj, '£; Hou. Socn-ftry. ? ND OP THE RihVs, consisting' nf ,1*. 1,'iiVrM.ip nr llr. . '' thfl H»s;sUii- during i . n^KJvRLL, . Hon/S5fe«$otary. .'$£ .Cpmpjjjjy. r ill. bir o^e sinii ,'Kv t.lio YMreirtor* ; lo , H ? 'Scot t-Gf root, Now !??? rohektson, ' ? : Socrefrwy. ; ;;ig Company. . ' ' i n I 0 SHAKE ? ',y 'rapaiiynj'o informal, ' '??? trslisitiv* nrn'iinmpi...

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1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

'*'' ? 1868. To-day (Wednesday) men of business open fresh' books, men of letters commence fresh diaries, men of pleasure begin new debts, and we one and all enter upon a new year. Another three hun dred and sixty five days have been bound together, carefully docketted as' 1867,' and stowed away in the pigeon-holes of the past ; another completed year nns oeen auucu mi m«i Christian era, and another vista of futurity has been opened up. It is well that these .halting places in life's journey should' occur. It is good for us to pause occasionally, and survey the con duct oi ourselves and others, and to profit by ex ample and experience, and the pause we gain at the commencement of 'a new year is admirably suited for the purpose, iThis is an old established truth, constantly taught from the pulpit, and. would therefore be unnecessary for us to notice, except that there are miiny inenin the world how a-days who prefer the teaching of a liberal press to the platitudes of a routine relig...

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THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

THE' PAST YEAR. . We issue to-day the first number of the Newcastle Chronicle in the new year of grace, eighteen hundred and- Bixty-eight. A week ago we wiahed our* renders a ' merry. Christmas,' and wd now wink them all sineeiely 'a happy new year.' Without, for a moment, wishing to iwurp the, tp*|ipher'B place, we cannot suffer an occasion like^he preneut, so pregnant with interest to «v«rv r«fleotinir mind, to ua«s altogether ?' unim proved.' What a multiplicity of thoughts croj|d in ujmn the mind at times like these 1 Since our lust issue uppeared we have entered upon a new; year ? we have passed another of the milestones on life's highway— we have taken another step upwards or downwards on the great ladder that leads from Time to Eternity. The year just closed has not been a particularly happy one for Slew. South Walea. .Neither in social, political, 6t 'oonyne'rcial, aspects has our country achieved any marked strides of progress. On the contrary, there have been maujr..pb;ata...

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MAITLAND CHRISTMAS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

MAITLAND. CUKISTJfl AS RACES. '? . ' From the Maitlnnd Mtrairu. ; ? These ?races came oil' on Boxing Day and yea^ terday,ori the Nicholson course. When the first, race started, at one o'clock, the numbers on tte ! course were about seven hundred persons, but by I three o'clock not loss than fifteen hundred perT sons could huve been present. There was a fair ?projwrnon ot singleton ana .Newcastle people, and the raid-day train brought a considerable ac cession to the nuinhtti- from the latter place. The visitors from this locality would, doubtlusM,- have been increased, but tor the fact that a race meet ing was held at Wallseud also, pu Thursday. The attendance' of horsemen and fair horsewomen, was apparently. larger than on any previous oc-' vuoiuii \iv vuiinuiiiuo tii\.d3) aiiu wiviw »nn a Kwumy array of vehicles, nor was the fair sex inefficiently represented by tlione who were present ori' foot1 Mr. Charles Brack'enrog acted as clerk -of the course and starter, and performed both...

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LOCAL ITEMS. REPORTED MURDER AT THE BOREHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. ???' REPORTED MURDER AT THE BORRHOLE. * A little before twelve o'olock last night, information was received in the city that a murder had some short time previously been committed at the Borehole. From what information could be gleaned it would appear that a man o' the name of W. Criagh, employed as a miner iu the Borehole pit, hod during the day been imbibing freely in intoxicate ing drinks, and had some short time before dusk returned and wife, when he raised his pick and deliberately struck the unfortunate woman on tlie head,''inflicting a frightful wound, and it is stated,1 killed her on the Bpot The poHoe imnwdiutely on being apprised of 'the murder hostly pro ceeded to the' scene of tlm outrage, but owing to their hav ing not yet returned^no further pacticulars . of the Bad occurrence could be obtained; J^.iti . t,,. : Two o'clock a. m. — Our reporter having just returned from WallBend^hjrwiyioM'itflPownr we-»|w put in possession of. all the faota in connection^vi...

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[?] INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

. Wi.WI|hoy.» INNINGS. 8. Chipmnn; ',y !!(.?' low ? ... 4 — Morrison, '1 \ J '1 ,.ston, b. Huddow ? 0 C. Radett, 9. W. Ooldfinch, b. Hogue ? 0 W. Tnioy, c. and b. Haddow ? 1 , E. C. MureWethnr, b. Haddow .' ? 18 J. Coatts, ran out ? 1 H. J. Brown, b. Hogue ? ? ? 1 'W. Franbii, h. Haddow ? 0 H. Goldfinch, not out ? 0 Hnrkswoll, run out ? 1 R. B: Wallace, b. Haddow ? 0 „ Total ? —20 Grand Total ? —72 Tho scoring in the second match, so fur as it pro ceeded, wns as follows : — , - F. H»ddow, b. Roadett ? ?;. 7 J. Hbffiio, 0. and b. Ti-acy ? » .T. II. Golilfinah, run out ? * T. H»»nef b-J{e»dott . ... ? ??? J J. L H«esti-n, 0. Hiuldow ? ? ?» R. Mill', b. Trnoy ? ... 4 O.Scott, b Morowotlier ? 0 j, UanolU|,L not out ? ... ... C ?VV. GolcUndi, c. Mcrcwethor ? 4 y. StiiWu., j. Tracy ? ... 0 «. P'-»«l!l. ? 13 ?~T»fe. - ? ... —58

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MR. MEREWETHER'S ELEVEN. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

MR. MEREWETHER'S ELEVEN. FIRST INNINGS. S. Chtpjnnn, c. J. Hogue ? ;. 20 — Morrison, b. T. Hogue ? 0 C. Uemlott, c nnd b. Beeston ? 0 AV. Tmcy, b. T. Hoguo ? 2 K. C. Merewether, b.T. Hogue ? 0 J. Coutts, c. T. Hoi'-ac, b. Decston ? 4 H. J. Brown, run r,ut, b. T. Hogue ? 9 ~\V. Francis. Bt. lintldow, b. Beeston ? 2 H. Gulilfincb, .-.. Beeston, b. T. Hague ? 0 - Hukewfcll b; T. Hogue... ,v. '^ ... ... 2 R. B. Valla' cf not out .;..-;.. ? 2 Suii'lric '.; ... .^ ? 5 Total J ,i, ,..^'r. ? -*6

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WALLSEND RACES. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

I WAIiLSEND RACES. To tiEditor of the Newcastle Chronietel SR— The laor signed 'David .Toaes,' which jppeared iu ymr isaue ( the 25th instant, attructud my itoution. Suet a miserab pieco of scribbling, coming fror(the pen of uielf- styled' horsu-fancier,' it hiu never bceioiy mis fortino to real If Mr. Joncn' opinion is worth Inytliing on tie siihjoott raoiug, and particulirly on tho nnner in whtih flin nhfiiriices Wuro CUIltlunfcpfl f i-rtm Amt f lrntf. Tin wiilperhn;iB bpble to reconcile the following ahird and oontivdiotoi-y ♦toncus : — ' I have he»rd nothingmt mur. inun of surpnS and discontont at tie manner iTallseud fto«ards hnvuUndioippod for the Town Plato ad J'reui deni's Cup. IJir names should go forth to tha ilrld as a ?aii^ilo of tlmtjiirit of fairness and fiankncss thds'hould alwtys charaonse men of integrity.' — I romii, Mr. I Eiitor, your ouient servant, I I

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE COMMISSARY-GENERAL AS A FERRY BOAT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronide [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE COMMISSARY-GENERAL AS A FERRY BOAT. To tht Editor of the Ifewautle Chronidc SlK— My attention has been called to the following paragraph, in juur wain of the 28th instant, vlj.: — ' We notice by on nlvcrtiscnent in this issue that tho Com niiasiiry-Generiil will ulj as A ferry boat on New Year's Day (\Vfl(lnu8il;iy), fniu the Steamers' \Vh»if to tha nugshipund Norti Shore, this willbu a grcut public cuuveuiunce, and iu suoh will douyUea'Ad extensively pntronisod. The furo for passengers #fll Ihj sixpence, we prrtuine, each way.' You will allownie 11U0. Mr. Editor, thruuch the inoiliuin of youry-iy,vW;.p call tho atteiition of thu publio (not for their patronage,' as it is rather late in thu day) to the injustice that is to be perpetrated towards the waturiuan I by .the owners of the abovenimnl bout in placing, her 011 the ferry on this particular da;. That it is, or may be, justifiable in theeye of the law tint suoh a boat as her, holding t licence for car...

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FISH NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD AT WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

? JRSB. NATIONAL EISTEDDF(fAp !? WALLSENU.. A. \ J iVom our Wulltend Correspondent. -I. iM{ .S National Eisteddfod, of 1867, wAeid .I,nf ', on Christmas Day. Tho chsiWaa olojV «»n o'clock, by Mr.. G. \Y. Taylf of .. The chairman having taken hi^t - o^ed in the usual form, adopted onjuch ^?: ; Mr. ThojnaSjEvans. The chafean ?1-4-3 an appropriate reply, a few SMy. tlii bs,ed for the occasion', were read hS,ir .rfr'fi'arth Thomas: After that, can a ''uFjjl Antliotn (God save the Queen), bthe .jIUj -oral Society ; then followed tho rejlar '?tij fj = .vgramme, a copy of which, withthe . riaia i.conipetition, has been supplied kua .v/ull-s:— .; ' IeI,,':!i recitation, called 'The two Oraan ^ * There were two competitors, andthe . 3 ,j ikl. was awarded to John L. Thojna. -: i«jrf relational Tune, to bo sung hy a cb'ir. ? ? il'liilharmonic Society competed, the on «iht Wallsund Choral Society having 10-' ,/jro ucciilent the day previous, thenJore :u;,y* awarded to the first-named socity. il...

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CRICKET AT THE RIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

CRICKET AT THE-RIDGE. On Saturday last the members of the Newcastle cricket club were' invited by E. O.'Morewether, Esq ., to spend a day it the residence of that gentleman, known as 'TheRidgo,' and between twenty and thirty of the members availed themselves of tho opportunity of enjoying an excellent treat, and assembled on the old racecourse, at the foot of tho ridge, where a spacious booth, was erected for tho shelter of tha guests from tho burning rays of tho sun. xne neat niru»jj''uo w»o u*»j ™«« »«-..«. oppressive, but notwithstanding. this, everyone pre sent seemed to enjoy themselves most thoroughly. Cricket, of course became tho order of the day, and hetweon eleven and twelve o'clock tho wicket* were pitched, ami «i-los chosen by Messrs. Marewether anil Haddow. Mr. Meiewether's eleven were sent to 'the' wickuts Brat, to the bowliny of Haddow and T. Homie, and were all disposed of for forty six runs, of which Chapman made twenty. Mr. Haddow 1 team then took the willow, to th...

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Charge of Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

Charge of Atsault. \ Wan, on reinnnd, was charged with unlawfully ?one Mrs Bernard. ; . lKB?u\)pcnred for the comploinait. LDpnimU -uid ahe heard the oompU.innnt and ipiurrMIing. Tlio defendant hail a long broom in ^rSfrs. Bernard drugged Mrs. Fteoman into her *, i-.'id then threw her down. They both seizod tr ny tlio throat then, and winoaa ran away, 1 t 'Vrno^t sniil she would take lor f or ^ vtitnou. ; fnllhce : I wns stnnding lookiig ovor my own 1 pour to Mi's. Freeman. I could tee quite plainly ,j« tr of Mrs. Burnett's house. Mrt Fryman jskod ' '1 '?°l^rt n8a. witness. I swear poslively that I did to Mrs. Freeman's houso iimilccSutoly after tlio ivmnde, . . 'joh dismimed the enso, remarkincthat it appealed ?jsaswultwas'oii the other Tide., ? i ? ? ' — r ? ' — : '? i.--'lR'OTlfA8 Box.— In theHcrrld of Don. 23rd 'the following interesting annouacomont :- ' On ,h«t. at her residence, 138, Olanmce-Btrcet, Mtt. iu J''1 a11 doi''! welIl-- Ve uro '''her too In 1 l H'8nn ani1 her.j/oun...

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DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

DEATH. --   Yesterday, p??? life, aged fifty-two months well-known   we might have n is impossible to   had for some tiny   decaying, and genu gentleman cont and then went     whether he had months he had many of his friends family, readily acious that his time before it arrived bours, which was but notwithstanding the guests were   gained, and event entertainment, re his departure, and successor. This grateful, but it duct than is usual   accession even of   from a very ancient upwards of five   four ptoginators,   recorded in every his genealogy, the than the nation   ample in a most which he divided into about thirty   these again into   great service to his business with him in this family, the   without any n   their powers.   though the   &amp...

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INTELLIGENCE. CASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DEC. 30, 1867. Esq., P.M., and J Hannell, Esq., J.P. of assault against a Blackfellow. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

INTELLIGENCE.   NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.   MONDAY, DEC. 30, 1867.       ???t, Esq., P.M., and J Hannell, Esq., J.P.   ?? of Assault against a Blackfellow. ?? (an aboriginal) was charged with violently ?? Samuel Arnott, on Saturday last, the 28th ?? said he was "stupid" when the offence was       ??   Defendant's father appeared with his son in court,   that the information was correct. He knew   of the assault himself. ?? a little girl of about eleven years old, ?? the prisoner assault Mr. Arnott's little boy. At nine o 'clock on Saturday morning she saw   the little boy and the prisoner in Hunter-street, in Langham's. She saw a lot of little boys stand-     ing on the empty cases near Mr. Lanham's. Mr. ?? was among them. She saw the blackfel-   low ?? of iron-hoop and throw it a...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY—Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

LATEST INTELLENCE.               FROM GREVILLE'S TLEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY--Monday.               Great preparations are being made in Sydney for the reception of His Royal Highness Prince Alfred. An entertainment is to be given on an early day in aid of the Sailors' Home and a citizens, ball is to come off on the 29th January under the patronage of the Prince. An enterprising individual has given £100 for the use of a balcony in a good position for spectators to view the procession from, intending to issue tickets' for admission thereto, at a guinea each. The stables of the Queen's Hotel, Wollongong, caught fire to-day, and were burned to the ground. The hotel and Catholic chapel adjoining were saved with difficulty. It has been ascertained that the racehorse Exile was poisoned by means of arsenic. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

Holloway's Ointment and Pills, astounding Remedies for Bore legs, Extniot of a latter from BIr. Tuylor, Dispensing Chemist, Ems worth :— To Professor Holloway.— Sir— In consequence of the extraordinary cure effected by the use of your pills and ointment on Ann Macey, I deem it neces sary to acquaint you with particulars, She was severly afflicted with sore legs, after using endless remedies without benofit, was induced to try your medicaments, the results wovparfecMy astounding; for. alt«r n few applications of thornier legs was perfectly heiilod, *

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PROTECTION FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. Abridged from the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

PROTECTION FOR NEW SOUTH WALES'. Abridged from the Herald. ? On Monday evening lasfcfa public meeting wan held in the Lyceum Theatre, Sydney,' to take into consideration the financial position of the colony^ There were about two' hundred and fifty persons present when the proceedings commenced, but the number increased to about live hundred. The. chair was occupied by Mr. W. Macleay, M. L. A., President of the Industrial League. ' Mr. J. Lippman moved — ' That the general financial condition of the country renders neces sary a complete revision of its fiscal system.' Mr. J. Nixon, in seconding the resolution, ad verted to his advocacy of protectionist views in Victoria, and said the object of the League here was to make proselyte-1. He complained that the Press did not behave in a fair and open manner towards them, and particularly alluded to the omission to give publicity to the 'way in which protectionist . principles prevailed at a meeting lately got up in this place by the merch...

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A SUPPOSED TRIPLE MURDER COMMITTED ABOUT THIRTY YEARS AGO. . DISCOVERY OF THE REMAINS OF THE MURDERED PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

A SUPPOSED TRIPLE MURDER COM MITTED ABOUT THIRTF YEARS AGO. . DISCOVERY OP THE REMAINS OF. THE MUR DBRED PEOPLE. From, the Mercury's Singleton Correspondent, Dec. 31. A magisterial inquiry was held on Tuesday, the 31st Dec, 1807, at the Singleton Police Bar racks, before W. C. Lesley, Esq., J.P., respecting some human bones belonging to three persons which had been found on the previous Saturday on the Wombo estate, Cockfighter's Creek, near Singleton, when the following evidence was ad John Harbone deposed: I am in the employ ment of Mr. William Durham, of Wombo j T waa on the run on Saturday last ; about three quarters of a mile from Mr. Durham's house I saw portions of a skeleton, about seventy or eighty yards'from the creek ; I informed Mr. Durham of the facts ; I accompanied the police on the following day, and shewed them the 'Bpot. Subinspector Thorpe deposed : On Sunday, the 29th instant, I proceeded to Wombo, and about three quarters of a mile from the dwelling-house of Mr....

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MANNING RIVER. From the News, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

MANNING it I ~VE Is7 From the News, Deo. 28. Killed by Lightning.— On Sunday last, at about five o'clock in the afternoon, the locality of Scott's Creek was visited by a verysevere thunderstorm. ?During the storm a small hut used as a sleeping apartment by some of the men employed at the mill was struck by the electric fluid. This hut waa entered by the electric fluid at one end of the roof. The fluid ran down a rafter, dividing it from top to bottom into nearly equal parts', and then dividing Sortions of these parts into small threadlike pieces, 'n reaching the post on ono side of the fire-place, it came in contact with a galvanized iron gutter, along which part of it passed, and then these two streams passod down the two posts in front of the fire-place, breaking and splitting them into many pieces. The lightning seems to have divided into two streams immediately after striking the roof of the hut. The other stream ran down a rafter at the end of the hut, and on reaching the wall-...

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PRESENTATION OF A WATCH AND CHAIN TO MR. D. R. RITCHIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

VRES^MArOiM^00^- WXT01L 4$D i'V (SStAraiWiiB-lD'R-RrrcHIE-« p '6n Tuesday 'evemng'lfist, the iofliceri *jinttbr8th- roil of the vrii-ions Lodges of the I.O. of Oild fellows1, of thn Manchester Unity, -Newcastle Dis trict, -gave a coiupliinentary.dinner to Brother D. It. Kitcliie, C.S., of Dungog, and also made the same gentleman- a present of a handsome silver watclTaifd chain. The* Sinner ; came off at the Priuee of 'Wales Lodge-room, Wallsend (Mis. TnimcnuW ..ml wiis well attended: , The dinner waa cveiythiu},' that could '.be dosired,.the.s-p'read being really an escollontone, and reflected much ci-editon Mrs., Johnsbu forthe .way^in whicli it was got up. Between forty and fifty gentlemen sat down to the diune.r. . Ample justice having been done to the viands, the tables were cleared, and, after a brinf interval, the proceedings' in connection with the testimonial, business were -commenced. The chair,.on the occasionji'wfls.filled by P. P. D. G.f Ja.nies Pratten, and the vice-cha...

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