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NEWCASTLE AUXILIARY TO THE BIBLE SOCIETY. RAYMOND TERRACE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

NEWCASTLE AUXILIARY 10 THE ' BIBLE SOCIETY. RAYMOND TEltltACG BRANCH. * ' ? (From a Correspondent.) Ihe aniuiul meeting of the Raymond Tcr ?ace Brunch of the Newcastle Auxiliury to tho British and Foreign Biblti Society, wus'held iu the Weslevun Chapel here, on Ttiosiliiy evening, the 7th inst. The chair wan occupied by the President the Rev. J. M'Unllock, who 'opened the pro' ceeilings by reading a psalm, after which the Rev. Mr. Donald prayed. The ivv. Chairman, after making some in troductory observations, called upon the Sec retary to read the .Report, which w.w a.s fol lows : — ? Jtrjmrt, Jiir 1S07, of tht Ru/imond Tcnwe Jlrtmch of tin BmZt&r'™' t0 the Brituk ''' ''?'?«'?-' Your Committee beg to place before the Annual Meeting their llenurt for the year ending :Ust Dm hnt uud while, ui doing so, they feel regret to have to's'nv that, consequent upon the ruinous visitations durhiir the past year of floods and thought, as well as mm,,r eviU, they cannot exhibit epiite so ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

GENERAL NEWS. Escape and Stiukino-up. — On Friday last (the Western Post states) two prisoners, iiiimud Slater and Chai'luy Johnson, the former appre hended on a charge of forgery, and tho othur of horse-stealing, made their oscnpo from the Deni son Towu lockup under peculiarly daring cir cumstances. It appears, from tho information furnished us, that constable Salter, who was acting us lockup-keeper, had occasion to visit tlie prisoners. They were exorcising at the timo in the fockup yard, and having succeeded m slip ping thuir handcuff's they simultaneously rushed at him, knocked him down, and seized his revol ver. They fired two shots at him as hd lay on the ground, neither of which, fortunately, took elfect ; they then made off, and from the fact that two horses woro stolen from Morothorio tho same evening, it is surmised that the pviaunois took them. Information was forwarded to Mtid gee'at once, and a constable and u black-tracker dispatched. All other police stations wei-o at...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1868. Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

''Thcrsdat, ?Aphil 9, 18(58. _..-'' Larceny. James jMwhing, seaman, was brought before, tho court,- ill custody, charged with stealing a bag, contain 4fTg nrticles of wearing {apparel, the property of Jumes I'ilking, at Newcastle, on the 18th inst. It appeared from the tivideuce jthat prisoner went to the Shipprlig oflice nnd asked fora bundle of clothing he hail left thero when about to go toMaitland gaol n few weoks 'previously He wan shown into the npartment where clothes left at the office by seamen are kept, nnd,4rt ouco picked out a uunuie wmen no cmimeu us iiw. ic turned out nt tor wards tlmt the bundle so claimed belonged to another seamnn named Pilking.'' The prisoner wus found guilty and sent baok to Maltlaml gaol for six months, with hard labour.'*' Jfaviufi Goods Unlawfully in Poasemtion. Charles Johnston, a sciiman, was charged with having ft' bundle of articles of wearing apparel in bin possession which he could not account for. It won proved in evi dence that, the pri...

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INEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

INEWCASSLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. The Council m t, &a a committee of the whole, on Wednesday ai eriioon last, for the purpose of considering the atknatea for the current muni cipal year. Therf w;ere preaent — Aldermen Bo} tou, Chapman. Parnejl, Rodgers, Stokes, and his Worship the Mayor, Mr. Jamea Hannell. The Mayor said the committee having met it waa for the inembera to Bay how the business should be proceeded with. — Aid. Chapmaj^nj^^nip posed the ordinurvJjlfiU»»»i*wT5rocedure would ue uuu^HBi^^i'X fciie uuiuuiibbva. no luiuuucu ?rfHOvmgthat a sum sufficient to carry out the pro posed works in Wolfe, King, and Perkins streets be placed upon the estimates. — Aid. Bolton asked if Aid. Chapman would not include Brown-street in the list. — Aid.'- Chapman said Brown-street was not include/ i* '#lio tender which had been recently accepttSwAild. Bolton was aware of that, but thought, nevertheless, that a sum ought to be placed on the estimates for this street. — Aid. Chapman and the ...

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VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

? VALE.------— ?-' - — The Prince has gone, and the good ship Galatea is now speeding her way on her hoine .ward voyage. May all good fortune attend her ! She bears witli her one in wliose fut'ure we shall always take a great interest. He wJio lias been the victim of a tmitoroua plot whilst enjoying the hospitality of our country, but whosff' return to health Providence has mercifully vouchsafed, will ever hold u high place, in the thoughts and nftcctions of Aus tralians. Late events have so cemented the national feelings on this subject, that Prince, Alfred need never fear that his name orjhis visit will be forgotten. Two or three sliprt[ months ago and we were all on the tip-toe: of1, expectation, awaiting the advent of our ro$al' guest ; now, we are bidding hita God-speQ,d with tearful eyes. ' He came amidst the cannon's dciif'ning roar, The shouts of thousands and the joy-bell* loud;'. And now, scarce a century of days are ovor When ' He leaves us Borrowing ; mirth gives way to ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 8, 1868. Charge of Stealing Wearing Apparel. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wkunkbday, Ai-itii, 8, 1SU8. Ghuri/e of Steahiw Wearing Aojiarcl. Isiiac Ann mill Walter Hupps were brought up, on re dihihI, clmrgoil with uteuliiig a quuntity of wuuring ap parel, tho prupurty of une J iiinu« Foium. The prisoners elected to lie duult siimtnniily with. j Inspector Thoijio, recalled by Mr. Wallace, deponed : 'When I u i rented the idhoijeis, the prisoner (Hoppa) was carrying the bundle wrapped in the blue blmikct now on tho Hour of the coutt. When we got to the lock-up, unit I hud opened the bunule mid wan eziunininR it, the prisoner (Hupps) denied tliVt it wns his. I found the book I now produce in the middle of the awug, I naked Uupps wlmt religion he wus, and It biiUI h Komun Catholic. Tho piucel containing the socks un'd the comforter anil tho book wcro the only tilings he cliiinied. Neither of tho pri soners told mo that the swug was brought up from New castle by mistake. The prisoner (Arm) did not tell me that he th...

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MAGISTRIAL INQUIRY. CAPTION TO PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

MAGISTEBIAIrlfltiUIRY. ?'' CAEW&N TO PARENTS. TJ»«~inqniry touching the death of the girl Elizabeth Crompton, who died so suddenly at the residence of Mr. J. Taylor, on Monday last, was resumed and concluded en Wednesday mor ning, the inquiry being conducted by the Police* Magistrate, at the Court-house. As this cose has formed tho siibject of considerable talk in tho city, we append the evidence taken by Mr. ScoU in exteuso. Flora Crompton being sworn, said : I am the mother of Elizabeth Crompton, who now lies dead at Mr. James Taylor's house at tho old Flagstaff hill. Her kge is twelve years and two mouths. I saw ter\ first dead oil yesterday, the 6th instant. I liwp at tho Glebe, near New castle, and am the «u*A°f «Ta«nos Crompton, miner. Our daughter (Elizabeth) entered tliu service of Mr. and Mi's. Taylor on this day fort night. On the following Thursday I saw her at Mr. Taylor's, and again saw her on Wednesday, that being tho last time I saw her alive. When she left us...

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SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. . Mr. Julian Thompson sold by nwotion to-day, the horses and carriages of tho Prince. The groy horses realised ic,18i, nnd the bnya, £225. The carriage was soldi.for £252, and tho trap for £75.. Mr. M. Lowe quotes prime fat cattle at £0 Cs. to fC 10s., andshsip up to 60 lbs., at 9a. to 93. 6d. \ \ Mr. H. Priestly quotesNold maize 'at 2s. 3d. to 2s. fd., and new, at 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d., both in demand ; best lucerne hay, at £2 10a. to £3 ; oaten (H.R.), at £3 to £4. The attendance at the wool sales was small. Washed fleece ruled lower ; greasy was quoted at 5£d. to 7id. j locks and pieces sold at late rates, and sheepskins showed an improveinont. The escorts delivered at the mint this week, 6857 ozs. gold. Sydnoy, April 9, 18C8. ? _,_z ? .. y- _ ?

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. COAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. .-.- -.-. n O A T. - ? -~ - There is a little falling off to note this week in the expoi t of coal, there being a difference of over 2000 tons. The harbour begins to look nither envoty now, after being full for so long a time. No doubt a good southerly wind will bring up a number of vessels that arc overdue. There arc, however, several large vessels in port, amongst which are the Wenninpton, ship, 8K2, for Calcutta : and tho Alexander, ship, 1071, nearly loaded for San Fran ' c's o. The Lindsburougl', ship, left ok Thursday evening, ? with 1400 tons coal for i'anania, and the Flying Eagle, ship, with 1110 tons coal for San FranciHCO. / ThoNjunutity of coal-exported this week h 15,227 tons, of whichj!444 tons are for Sydnoy, 5539 for Victoria, 915 for AViillaro^ 278 for Lnunceston,'154 for Clarence River, 504 for ikunedin, 480 for China, 1055 for San Francisco, 1400 foVPuuania^ and 758 for steamers and home ccmsumptionX ' , \^ ? IHlku . EXPonT of...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

SINGLETON. From the Sinjleloa Times, April 8, l&GS. Excellent grapes wore retailed in town yesterday from the vineyurd of Mr. R. Hobden, of Jerry's Plains, being the second crop this season. It is most unusual, we understand, to obtain second crops of wine, at all events fit for use — the exception, however, as in the instance referred to, being in favour of the black Spanish. An accident of a serious character occurred at Moody's Creek, about four miles from Singleton, on Saturday last. A carrier, named Skinner. lately residing near Maitltmd, was driving his team of three horses and dray, wh'uu, on arriv ing at the bridge over Moody's Creek, the horses took fright, and there being no side rails the leading horso loaped into the creek, dragging the others and the dray with him. Mrs. Skinner and .four children who were in the dray at the time, were unseated rather roughly, yet they fell com paratively uninjured. Ono valuable horse was drowned, the others wero rescued with the...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

WEST MA I TL AND. . Prom the Maitland Mercury. Ma.iti.and Circuit Court, — The following is a liat of the prisoners iu Maitland awaiting trial at the Circuit Court, to be holden at East Mait land, on the 21si inBtant : —Oscar Vogel aliat Falkenberg, and Elizabeth Qniiin, forgery aud uttering, Maitland bench ; Henry Hauford, stealing, Maitland bonch ; George Smith, shoot ing with intent, Scone bench ; Robert Muir, manslaughter, Singleton bench ; James Manu, horso-fltcaliug, Maitland bench ; John Smith, sodomy, Raymond Terrace bench. A Dangerous Practice. — The inspector of tho Great Northern Railway line requests us to noto, that a practice) has for some time boon pru vuleut, and lias increased to an alarming extent, of persons placing large stones on the railway line. The part of \\\a lino selected for thia foolish or malicious practice ia that portion be tween Bran x ton and Maitluud, and instances have been discovered ulso on the Morpoth branch line. Threatening Letters to tub Gov...

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QUARANTINE. To the Rditor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

.QUARANTINE. , ?.-'??''? To the Editor of the Herald. ? Sir— Permit ma, through the medium of your paper, to contradiot the renpil made by Captain Walker in bis letter of the tth (nst\ rtating that the men belonging to ihe Sea Nymph haiVllxheir bedding destroyed, and that .none had beeV\ provided for their use. I ' ' therefore beg to submit* to^jrou a certificate signed by each of the men Jin .contriidicHpn to the above that the bedding was supplied by me on requisition of the Surgeon /. 8unarintcndent«beforo thir own beds were destroyed -? *» 1 I beg leave to state, that every niean-.'.were used by the Health Officer to procure a medical man to attend on the sick. Captain Walker also states .that he had to supply them with fuel, which he had not to do, as there ii always an ample supply on the station. John Carroll, Superintendent. F.S. — I hereby beg-.to encloso a certiiioatv from tho Surgeon Superintendent in con oborat ion of the above I statement. I most respectfully request th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

PHOTOGRAPHY. IV YOU WANfi1 A GOOD LIKE NKSS, clear i k i very outlinu of feature and drapery, come to tke r lOToiiicAI'ltie and Fine AltTS Coll I'ANV, ad every a\t ay ion and no objections urn matin to uuy uolur oi' drcsd.l 1 ) JACOB AUDKT, 1 » Operator aud Manager. Hours of uttcnda»Ct\- - From '.I a.m. to G p.m. S-55' A choice stock of Albums on liuuJ, from 3». Oil uim-ardrf. ? -VJ MR. AU I VIST. THE MAN.AGRK OF tiiu i'lro'i'OGU.AJmc company, jcw castlv, bega to nuiioiilico Uit\ku lias taken ViKWS OP THE l.AXDIXG OF \l\\. II. TUB DUKE 0 KD1NBUKGIT, uud sinfA ObtiM tfo VVitos (siteroo* conic), ami laivo viowa ol' tSt s\nc. Also— Likenesses of lX.IUb.lhe DUKK OF EDIN Buuoir.' T Price : Vioivd, Carto tie Viwreo sine, In. each. 57& N. JN TUG INSOLVENT ESTATE OP ' JosopVDauiel, of Waratah, Storekeeper. jVT O T1-M£ IS li E It K BY G 1YEN. 1_ -l that 3fr. JoSwjm DANini. has purchased1 from I'1. Iluniphrov, Ksri., tlie uSHaiul Assignou in tho nbovo Estate, all tha OOTSTAN'ntSH^ClJO...

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MANNING RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

MANNING RIVER. From the Manniiuj River Newt, April 4. Emigration to New Zealand. — It will be seen by a letter which we publish elsewhere, that strong efforts are now being made to induce per sons who are paying a high rent for land iu this colony to emigrate to New Zealand, where a man and liis wife may receive on landing a free grant of eighty acres of land, whilst twenty additional acres will bo given for each of his children ; thus a farmer with six children will get two hundred acvos at once, subject to no other condition what ever. We learn that the laud so offered is of the ini.f9i. iui bill? uiiumviii;!, nuti bum. mure ure no troublesome natives in that part of New Zealand. Any further information of which we are in pos session will be supplied to persons who desire to avail themselves of whut seems to us to be an exceedingly liberal offer. — The letter above al luded to is from Mr. Robert Gilullun, Emigra tion Agent, for the Province of Auckland, in New South Walen, and sta...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

' . MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. It may be gratifying to some of our readers to know that his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, has taken away with him a full report of everything appertaining to his visit to this colony. This 'compilation is in the shape of a large. album, handsomely bound in morocco, containing all the reports which have appeared in this journal relative to the visit of his Royal Highness, from the date of his arrival in Sydney to tho date of his departure, including the notices which unucared in our issue of yesterday. ? Mr. Montague Younger has composed to miitublo words, by Mr. M. L. Harrison, tho music of a hymn of tliailKsgiviug at the pre servation of tho life of his Royal Highness. The ^iy tun is arranged as £ quartette, with a pianoforte or organ accompaniment. .A few days ago, Mr. Victor A. Prout took a very largo and beautifully-executed picture of the H. It. N. S. N. Company's fine steamer Morpeth, for presentation to E.ll.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. The phot...

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DEPARTURE OF H.R. H. PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

OF H. S. B. PEINCE ALFEED. ; ,« tl'i^'.''l'rbmthe'S:'M'Jtcral-!. '? ? ' '' i Monday, the~6th of April, will be.memor ' -/- itie ih1 ikk aqpals of -Ne w ' Sou tli Walesa's the '?'''??^Say'on wliich'tho gallant suiloi* Prince— with ?whose, visit is ass-k;i^ted some of out most jubilant) and some df our most mournful, re miniscences— left tha o\-lony for the mother ?- ''country.- Our readers scarcely need to.be, re ? minded liem that j;he original intention of ;his :, Royal Highness wns to visit New Zealand Jjv and other places before returning to England, ' and that that intention waa frustrated by tho '?:'., effects of a crime, conitmtcuu by a miscreant ?whose name throughout the long future of-tho ' 'Australian colonies will be synonyihnuB'with infamy-^-a cxime whose enormity words are ?weak to exjned».\ It ia evident that the nro ? jected visit ^Rjjew Zealand has been abim , doned with onMJLreluctance ; but much us his .. ..Royal Highness desired to visit this distant possession ot...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

BIRTH. TAYLOR. — On the 9th inst., at her residence, Hunter street, Newcastle, the wife of Mr. GEORGE W. TAY- LOR of a son.     DEATH. RICHARDSON. — On the 8th inst. at his residence Market- square, Newcastle, Mr. MARTIN RICHARDSON, in the 65th year of his age, and late of Oxford, Eng- land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1868.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 April 1868

DEATH OF MS. MARTIN RICHARDSON. We deeply regret to have to announce the JoatU of Mr. Mm tin Kieh.u 1(3011, of this city, wliicii sorow ful oveut took iilace »t UU residenc; in tins inaiket squure, early on Wednesday morning lust. Mr. Richardson was one of tli« oldest und ino.it respoctod residents in Newcastle, mid directly his decease be came nenerally known it cast u perceptible kIooiii over the entire city. For several years past the de ceased gciitlemaii'u houlth Imd been tailing, but up till ubout ii month ago, nothing nerious was uppru- heiitled, mid Mr. Jiichiudsou was uhlo to get about by himself, and wilh frequently seen ill our streets. One day lie would be very poorly, the next, con siderably better. In thin way lie continued until the early part of the present week, when his wife anil family became conscious of a great change for tho worse. It u needless to say that everything was dono that could be done with u view to promote his recovery, but all, alas ! without avail...

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PORT OF FREMANTLE.POET'S CORNER. ORIGINAL POETRY. TALK NOT OF SLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

POET^S CORNER. OBICriarAL POETRY. TALK KOT OP SLOTH. Talk not of sloth— that wont of ills, That canker-worm to man, Foul feaster upon all .human woe, 'Since human wo* beguo^ Great nature, infinite and triso, - Its endless evils knew, ' - And spake this universal law — 'There's work for all to do.' Talk not of sloth— the merry birds, The ever-toiling bee, Each tiny thing that lives nnd moves Ara types of industry ; And shall tho noblest work of God Not be to nature true ? Xing, Peer, and peasant;, young nnd old — There's work for ull to do. Talk not of sloth — ye sceptered sires, Who rulo this royal earth ; Your labour for tho public, good But constitutes your worth ; Think not that power and indolence Are the birthright of the few ; From England's greatest ruler learn — There's work for all to do. Talk not of sloth— ye proudly born, Look round your fruitful shires ; Tour poorer, yet your fellow-man, To wealth of mind aspires : Til yours to lend the willing hand Their vigour to renew...

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