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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

FRAUD. ON THE 2-th JUNE. 1866, MOTKElVALLAIf, a Printer, wns convict-.-d ' i attlio Supreme Court, Cnlcittta, of counterfeiting tlio LABLES of Messrs. OUOSSK & BLACKWRUi, ? London, uml was sontepfod by Mr. Justice l'hear, to Two Yea us UtoimiSjius-Imphisonjient; and on tho 30tliof-nia^Ktmo fiiontli, Cor SELLING SPUMOUS AR«nCI»€S, bearing Tables in imitation of Messrs. CR0S3E and BliACKWKLL'S, Siiuik Uaciioo was sentenced, hy the Suburban Magistrate at Sealduli, to Twp Ykaks KifiOKOus Impuisonment. ^ C-A. U T I O N . Any ojifi SkiaJsu Spumous Oiuics*s Storks, under OROSSMr BLACKWUI/L'S name, will be liable to tlio same punishment, and will bo vigorously liroseeutod^/Finvhasers ore recommended to examine ull goods ^nrefully before taking delivery of them. Tho (iKXUIXK Mimufaetiu'es of Slossra. Crosse and Blackwell may bo bad from EVERY .RESPECTABLE DEALER in Australia. ? * ? 821 HEALTH FOR THE INVALID, BY HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Lout of slppettie — Loss of Strength — Lost o Health. —...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH, SINGLETON. FAREWELL TEA MEETING TO THE REV. MR. NOLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

WESLEYA.N CHURCH, SINGLETON. FAREWELL TEA MEETING TO THE BEV. BIB. NOLAN. From the Sinylcton Time*. The farewell tea-meeting to the Rev. Mr. Nolan took place on Wednesday evening lasr, in a large booth erected ut the rear of tho VVe.s leyim Chapel. There were about ono hundred and fifty persons present from the different parts of tlie district, including the Rev. Mr. Monnghun and the Rev. Mi. Corner, who were on their way to their ncwly-nppointud circuits. After' tea had been partaken, tlie as.soinbliige moved into the chapel for tlie purpose of hold ing a public meeting. Mr. J. P. Ollis was voted to the chair, who, in a vory appropri ate speech, explained the object of the meeting, which was to bid farewell to Mr. Nolan, and at the same time pay off the balance of tho circuit debt. Tho llev. Mr. Nolan tlien addressed tlie meeting. After giving un explanation as to the position of the circuit, and mentioning that during his three years of office he had not re ceived sixpence from th...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

WEST MA IT L AND. From Yeiterday's Mercury. Death by Dbownino. — On Saturday morning an inquest was held before the coroner, «J. Thomson, Esq., upon the body of Mr. Peter Clark, whose raolancholy death by drowning on Good -Friday we briefly alluded to in our issue of Saturday. It appears from the evidence that tho deceased, together with five other young men, met by previous arrangement on tho morn ing of Good Friday, for the purpose of enjoying tho day in a boating excursion. They accordingly proceeded upftho river as far as tho rifle butts, near Oakiiampton, where they lauded and amused themselves during tlie day. About one o'clock iu tho day, five of the party appear to have induli/od in n, bath, and it would stimn Mint tlmv I had resolved to repeat tho amusements between four and five o'clock. The deceased, who was an excellent swimmer, having undressed, cot upon a rock some five feet out of the water, whence- he dived in head first; shortly afterwards his feet was visible upon ...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

CRICKET MATCH. Tho mombors of tho Wallsond Cricket Club mudo arrangements for a match to come off on Fridaylast,betweenthoMarriedMenv. tho Single. The match duly came off, in Mr. Wm. Harris's paddock. Tho weather was all that could be desired for such an occasion, A largo amount of spectators met on tlie ground about half-past 11 o'clock to see both parties display their abili ties in this solf-invigorating game. Both tho bowling.and batting were exceedingly good — each* party seemed to be in thoir element. After the game was over, the married men had a most comfortable lunch at the expense of the young men. Various toasts were drunk ; tho hoalth of tho Queen and the Royal Family was enthusias tically Toceivod. Tho following is tho detailed scoro : — Married Mkk,— lsti Innings:— T, Henderson, run out, 0 ; B. Wells, 0. and b. Curry, 2 ; W. Hurris, hit wicket, b. A. Koss, 1 ; B. Bichnrdsou, c. T. Godhon, b, A. Koss, 7 ; K. Steel, b. M. Curry, 1 ; O. Cooper, b. M. Curry, 0 ; T. Scott, ...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

M ELB Of U K N E. ahihtals, April 8.— Jane and Mary, from Newcastle. April 10. -City of Adelaide (a.), from Sydney ; Tas mania (a.), from Launceaton ; Southern Cross (s.). from Hobart Town ; and Springbok, Janet Stewart, and Soa bird, from Newcastle. -. . ?_ 'DEPARTURES. April 9. — Ann Size, for London ; Gentoo, for Sydney ; Schoolboy, for Richmond jjtivor ; Androokel, for Cullao : and Alcandra, and Adeline Burke, for Newcastle. The barque Bosphortis, from Newcastle, N. S. W. bound to. Adelaide, which put into thin port through V * stress of .weather last week, has again proceeded ou her * voyage— Argut, April 0.

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WALLSEND. WALLSEND SCHOOL, OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

W A L L S E N D. WALLSEND SCHOOL OF ARTS. Tb» first mooting in connection with tho eroc tion of a School of Arts in this place, was held in tho English Baptist Church, a day or two ago. Amongst tho business transacted was tho election of office-bearers for the first twelve mouths. Tho election resulted as follows : — Mr. J. Y. Neilson, President : Dr. John Pierco. Treasurer ; Tho mas Alnwick, Secretary. Therd wero present besides nt the meeting, Messrs. D. M'Kay, J. Sharp, T. Fryer, .T. Chapman, J. B. Hogg, W. Hogg, J.Jones, J.Lovel, J.Hall, and W. Ingram. Several others wero invited but could not attend. Mr. Suttie kindly offered a plan of a building for tho proposed institution. The plan was handed to tho audience for inspection. Tho following resolutions wero then successively proposed and curried : — 1. Proposed by Mr. Suttie, and seconded by jjr. 1 icrco, mat a jsoara 01 .trustees 00 cnosen at this meeting and each Trustee havo his name invested iu the building.' Curried. 2. Pr...

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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

A^D E L A I D E . ARRIVALS. April 8. — Spec, from Newcastle. April 9. —Contest, from Newcastle ; and Mary Grant, 1 ' from Warnambool. April 10. — Aldinga (s. ), from Melbourne ; and Lass of ' Gawlor, from Newcastle.

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DISTRICT NEWS. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUB COBBESFONDBNTS. LAMBTON. The lecturo delivered in the Mechanic's Insti tuta, on Wednesday evening, was a great success. The chair was occupied by Air. T. Croud ace, Esq., the president of the institution, who, in a few appropriate remarks, introduced the lecturer, C. Cleveland, Esq., of Newcastle. The audience was largo, the room being filled. 1 ho lecturer explained each piece and described the characters, so as to make them more interest ing to those who had not studied them. Those pieces selected from the Immortal Shakespere were given with that depth .of feeling and truthfulness rarely surpassed, tho lecturer seems to havo thoroughly studied the . passions, and iu Macbeth and Hamlet, I. think, particularly excels. On the whqlB.^U. waa an intellectual and instructive entemTmnent ; it was truly an evening with 'the pqets.' Toll'a Speech on Liberty, and 'Mary,'flio Muid of the Inn,' so laminar 10 us an, were jouaiy appiauaea. xne audience throughout showed t...

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LAUNCESTON. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

1AU N C E STON. ???'.'' AERIVAL. March 30.— Sarah Pile, from Newcastle.

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Amatbuk Co.ycbrt. — Tiie amateur concert in . tho City Hall luat night, was a greac success, both as regards the nuinbor oi people present and the quality of the singing. The audience was one of the most tnshionablo wo have over seen in New castle, an &? the largo hall was nearly full. The StaL'O was verv nrottilvdnfiorntnrl. nnd thn aincrpra all appeared in full eroninK costume. But for the inclemency of the weather tho hall would undoubtedly have been crowded to overflowing. Tub Wkathbu. — Yesterday morning a great ch.ingo in tho weather took place, and through out thu day it blow hard from tho S. E., with occasional showers. Last night tho atmoBpliere was very cold, and forcibly reminded ub that winter is coining. A greater contrast than tho weather of Mouday and yesterday we havo seldom seen. Tub Maitland Exsicw. — We hear, with much regret, that our contemporary, tho Mait land Ensign, lias censed to exist, the paper not making its appearance as usual on Sat...

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LYTTLETON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

LYTT LE TON. ABIUVALS. Jlaroh 24.— Laughing Water, from Newcastle.

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TUESDAY. APRIL 14. 1868. Before H. Scott, Esp., P.M.; and G. Hewison, Esp., J.P Stealiny Fire pounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

Tuksdat. Ai'lllL 14. 18(J8. Before H. Scott, Esu., P.M.; and ('i. Hcwison, Eiii., J.P -S'(cnii»;/ Fire I'onmU. ?\Villi.un Dwyer, was brought before the court, in custody, charged with stealing money, the property of one George Redman. Surgoaut Douohue depu.ied to tho arrest of the priso ner ut the residence of the prosecutor, who charged him with stealing aimut i;5 l'_'s. in money. Ho made no rejily to the charge. Georgn lledmuii said, about half-past nix o'clock, on the lutli iiiHt.. he went up into his loft over his brewery, in Newcoini-u-strnet, and took a pair of his trousers which he had left them aliout ten o'clock that same day. Whim lie left his trousers there wero four ounpound hiiiiknotes wrnnneil lit) iu n. sollilrt' mill 11 kint?lu onu pound uoto rolled round them ; the notes were- iu thu left hand pocket. Ho put bis trousers oil, and as ho was putting them on ho iniiiseil his money from the pocket. He found a halt-crown, 11 sixpence, and .- throi-puuny bit iu his right ...

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AUCKLAND ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

't.' Ji.V CEUND. X ABEIVAIiS. .? March 21.— Alarm, ty-ona Newcaatle ; and Dart, from 'Mauritius, . March 23.— Lady Alicia, from Newcastle. * March 24,— Au Bevoir, from Sydney,

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE C0URT. SATURDAY, APRIL, 11, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Drunk and Discrderly. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

FOIICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Satuuhay, Armii 11, 18t!8. Before II. Scott, Escj.-, P.M. Drank and Disorderly. Ilichiiril Urindley, 1'iliourer, was alinrgcd with being drunk and clisorileily in llunter-itroet, on the 10th instant, lie was coiiviiitcil anil BcntKiiccd to be lined 40i or sovtn iluyp iu Muitlaud gaol, with liard labour. Htiii'j lUvmilly ou Premise*. ';;;'?' Eilm.md I'.ridgo*. lulnmivr, to bruught before tho court, on iho c!i v.^k nf iieing illegally on thu premises of oiu- NiiHiiuiii-1 Smith, for an unlawful purposo, on thu 10; h i:i--t.iut. It nppisiieiL, from the cviilrnce of Mrs. :3:111th, thai, tiiu piiioucr had been sm-oml times Been hungiii^ ivli.mt ihv.'§i-runiis«s ,of the tlalciloniAn - Hutul, niitl iiioif tlinn unce c.iuj-ht iii t^iu act of driving geese out of tho yanl. Tho prisoner,-, who mailu 110 kind of defence whatever, was foundj^uirty and senten ced to lie imprisoned one month in Ma^tlundgnol. Dmnhenncss. Thomas Stewart, tailor, was convi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

^SHIPPING- INTELLIGENCE' 'port of' Newcastle! .bC' - :1, ARRIVALS. April 11. ?—Frowning Beauty, bq., 365, Rores,' from Wellington,' 28tU'ult. 'C.Eobertsaji, agent: v Gazelle, brig, 26GVlv'iniflni9, from 'Wellington, 29th ? Jult. 0. Robertson, agent, ? Ail* 12. Catherine Jane, bq., 478T Heath, from Melbourne, Otb. ? inat Captain, agent. ? , ? . April 14. - ' ''Grafton'O.), from Sydney. W. K. Lochhead, agent. Alcandra, sen.,' 114, Kdie, from Melbourne, 11th inst. Captain, agent. ' ' , ' Adeline Burke, bq. , 281, Blake, from Melbourne, 11th .. in»t. 'NV.H. AVhyto, agent. ' * Kronprincess, ship, 719, Bothen, from Melbourne, 5th kit. K. B. 'Wullace, agent. ,': ^Alexandra, bq., 300, Labay, from Melbourne, 11th ' inst. G. Tully, agoa*, v de^ri'ures. .????'? Ml 11. - Gulnarc, sch., 161, O'Hara, for Melbourne, with 174 ? .toMcoai G. Hewison, ngent. ' „ , Alexandra, sch., 254, Prescott, for Melbourne, with 362 bags maize, 4790 spokes, and 275 tons coal. C. K. - : Walter, agent* v * , Camilla,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

HUNTER RIVKR NEW STEAM NAVIGATES? COMPANY. „ STEA M fo%S YDN RY. The4M0RPETII, CnffcinTBuDD, MONDAY and The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Summeihibll, TUESDAY and FRI DAY Evening. ? GEORGK TULLY It CO., Agents. Hunter Kiver New Steam Navigation Co. RETURN TICKETS. FROM THIS \£\TE, RETURN TICKETS will bo i33^cd\vailablo for ono wwk, to passengers by any of thVlT.R.N.S.N'. Company's fint-olaas steamers, at the following rates :— Saloon ?..-?.-.. 25s. Steerage .-.-.... 15p. GEOltGB TULLY & CO. N«wca«tle, Fob. 19, 186S. 415 PUBLIC NOTICE. STEAM TOWAGE. ? NEWCASTLE a.vu MELBOURNE. THE FAST, FULL- POWERED, 8TKA2ITUUS WA 11 U A WK/JI YSTER Y, BLAC&KAGLE, ?re novr available) for towSeo purposes, at the ports o Newcaatlo and liobson'f H.iyW Th.e Wauhawk uid Mystcuy aro fitted with dis connecting eiigino3\_j«vti«fli feathering flouts, and having all the latest improvements iu steam, aro the ?juostdompleto tugs in the oolonic'. Vessels hoisting No. 2, Marryiitt'a Codo, will receiv...

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SYDNEY . ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

S V D N E Y . ' ' ?? AHBIVALS. April 9.— Sir Isaac Newton, sch., 120, from Otago, 8th ?' March ; Bangatira (a.), 460, fiom Melbourne, 6th inst. ; Fire King (s.j, 171, from Manning Hirer, 9th inst. ; '? '- Tinoneo (s.), 120, from Brisbane, 7th inst. ; Ellen, /sen., ... ;.. ? 64, from Twofold Bay, 4th inst. ' April 10. — Clarence (a,), 400, from Brisbane, 8th inst.; Grafton (a.), 300, frdfm Clarence Rivcr.,8th inst. ? ? April ' It— Egmont' (s.), 400, from Auckland, 4th' inst. '{ ,. * ? ? April 11. — Leslie, Tioh., 108, from Launcoston, 3rd inst. ; City of Melbourne (a.), 1000, from Melbourne, 6th inst. ; Hunter (».), 310, from Morimbula. April_12.— Kembla (s.), 235, from the Clyde Rivor ; - You Yanga (s.), 474, from Melbourne,. 9th inst. ; Clutha, ?oh., 110. from Port Friry, 3rd inat. ; Balmoral, sch., . 1106, from Port Fairy, 7th inst. ; Picoadilly.brig, 103. . from Adelaide, 3rd ins t. ; Gipsy, sch., 44, from Twofold Bay, 8th iust. . DErARTOnES. . . ,, Apnl 9.~Dande»ong (s.), for Me...

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

.??? - VESSELS IN PORT. 'WenDiDgton, ship, 882- loading 'Waratah coal for Cal outta. t i Omega, bq., 401, loading Wallsend coal for Welling ton. 3 *' Star of Peace, bq.,*432, loading Wallsend coal for Wellington. Fviry, bq., 400, in the stream. ?? - - General Wyndhum, ship, 052, loading Wallsend coal f or San' Francisco. K. T. Turnbull, bq,, 308, loading A, A. Co's coal for San Francisco. ? '?? ' ' Annie, sob., 213, loading Wnratah coal for Hobart Town. Union, brig, 158, loading Lambton coal for Hoburt ? '- Totfn. n ??;? ???;, '; ? - C, F. Stokes & Co., Agents. '''?'' 'Alexander, ship, 1074, Joading Wallaend coal for San ?; Francisco. *? '.? „ Yarrow, brig, 229, loading A. A. Co.'s ooal for Mel bourne). '? »*' Bella Vista, bq., 161, loading A.A, Co.'s conl for Mel bourne, r Prince Regent, bq., 257,' loading cattlo and hay, for Helaon. It. T. Turnbull, bq., 3(58, discharging ballast. A. W. Stovens, bq., 454, discharging ballast. KronprinccBH, ship, 719, disohavgiiig ballast. ...

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ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. We extract from the Afercury of yesterday the following additional items of intelligence. The Alexandra reached Glenelg at ono. The JBonihtiy reached Galle three days late, left on the 25th, arrived at the Smtud on the morning of the 9th, and would leave at niitl liisrht. ^ Tlie latest uows is to 1 J tli March. The Queen was well, at Osborne. Prince and Princess of Wales tire at Marlborough House. Princess Leopold is recovering from danger ous illness. Lord Derby has retired from public life. The Queen had authorised Mr. Disraeli to form a new Cabinet. The Ministry had been reconstructed. Mr. Disraeli, Premier. Mr. Hunt, Chancellor of the Exchequer. Lord Cairns, Lord Chancel lor. Selwyn, Lord Justice. Rolt, Solicitor General. Lord Stanley was likely, to retain the Foreign OlHee. The Prince of Wales visits Ireland at Eas ter ; tho Habeas CorpiiH Act is still .suspended there. Bishop Colenso obtained legal judgment against his opponents at Natal. The Abyssinian...

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To the Editor oF the N[?]cas the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

To the Editor ot the Naccai tie Chronicle. Sir — In your issue of Saturday last I noticed a report with reference to my littlo girl, Margaret Wutkim, who had her leg amputated through an uucident which bofel her by the liurwood train. The ropurt iu question, I am happy to say, is not correct,. in sofuraji it states that the fall she met with ubout-a fortnight ago injured the stump in such n fearful maiiher as will render her at least six months before she will ugam be able to get about, aud that thu sutl'etei' h uow iu hs bad a position ut when she firat lost her leg. It will be pleasing to those interested in ovir welfare to know that tho little girl has not been laid up at all tliro«ijli\u; WH,refeiied to, although it put us about greatly itt^lie time, think ing it might be neriuus, but we Hud oVa mudical ex amination that the stump \yas only a little^iuiaed and will be a little tender for a time. Your reporter further states t'aitt ho is informed that wo, (her parents), are in ve...

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