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WARATAH AND LAMBTON. PROPOSED EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

WAEAT AH A N D Ii A M BT0H. 9- '-^PBOPOSEtl EPISCOPALIAN CHDBCH.1' 'J ; *Pdrsiiaut.to an advortisonioiit wliioh appoared in' your journal of the 8th imrf., a public meeting of the mombors of tho Chufch of England, rest ? dent at Waratah andLanJBton, and the surro'und iiigneighbourhobd, waflield in the Public School here onThursday.^ne 9th inst. The object, of tho meeting was to consider the propriety of tak ing stops to erect an Episcopalian Church either at'Wnratah,.£anibton,- or in some central posi tion at a p.omt between the two places. At that m.eethig,at was,, at; fiwt considered that the two commiufuties, acting in concert could beat carry /-.ntv+Wo^lixiirnfi ohinpi, hv united notion, and a rosoiXtion to that etfect w.as carried almost una nttflouBly |r but subsequently— later in the same ov/iinn — a few gontleinon eonnoctod'with Wara tdh having entered tho. meeting, gave expression ^f the' opinion that'tt church :ought to be;orocted nt both i)laces, and that the matter of .e...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE Sydney, Thursday, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENOEV From Qrtville'i Teleyram Company. ?'?','? Sydney, Thursday, 3 p.m. The Assembly made a'little progress with the Estimates yesterday. The item of £300 for a boat harbour at Raymond Terrace was negatived. The vote for gaola, cburt-hoiisos, and lookups, was reduced to £13,000, and the Minister for Works said that no part of the amount granted would be applied towards the erection of a Court-houso at West-Maitland. The second reading of the Leasehold Rights of Free Selectors' Bill is 'set down, for Tuesday next. . ' £ : Mr. Macleay has given notice of his intention to move f«r the production of copies of all papers connected with tho charge of Fenianism or dis loyalty made against Detective McGlone fon the information of Mr. Powell, of Burrima. ?; ? It; is reported that Mr. G. Thornton .and'Mr. Q. F. Pickering are about to visit England. ? It'is also reported. that Mr. Cooper, the mem ber for New England, l&s placed his resignation in the hands of his commit...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOREHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FUOM OUU CORRESPOXDENTS. BOREHOLE. The Widow op the Late Mu. Howe. — Wo heay that subscriptions nro about to bo raised «vt tho various collieries (that us, at least tit two of them besides this oncX.in aid of tho lato Mr. Howo'a widow. Wo can safely say, that charity coujd pot bo better bostowod than in this manner, fpivit would thon bo bestowed upon ono needing and- deserving of it, for, as 1 stated befors, through-Mr. Uowo's long illnp3s, sho could not bo otherwise thanjn need, which is a sorry posi tion for a woman vith five biiui.11 children to bo placed in. Wo have, tl«efore,lio doubt but that tho minors will contAn^UbSrolly towards tho Lenoiit of the wido\r/of tliMr late fellow- work- Ball. — ^Yesterday (Easter^Mopday) a gamo at ball will played on Mr. Tudo/a all(y#betweon William1 (Jrean, of Lambton, and t-M youths of thi3 place— tie former playing tiro two latter. Tho youths camo.off easy victors. Tho stako was for£l u'side. — Another match was played between ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

SALES, MEflUlliS, AND AMUSEMENTS THIS DAY. April 18. , TJsunl weekly sale by auotlon, by Jlr. j. C. BonAriui, at his Sale Booms, Market-street, at ten o'clook. - MONDAY, April 20, .| Sale of freehold property, ut Waratih'nnd Hanbury, by Mr. J. O. Bonnnus, at Sir. Dawsou's, Qroen Gate Inn, Waratah, at twelve o'clock. l. ? Sale of saddle and draught hones, drapery, grocery, ironmongery, to., by Mr. Whiteman, at his Sale Rooms, Waratah, at twelve o'clock.

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POET'S CORNER. ORIGINAL POETRY. HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

POET'S CORNER. OKIGIifAL POETRY. HOME. What feelings crowd the throWiing breast, ; Am) thrill through every vein, \\'heu called to part from those we love, ' No more to incet'ngain ! We think of happy, youthful days, :. And each endearing scene, When in our boyish gaity Wo frolicked on tho green — TI16 'village church, the peaceful gleri, And humble cottage, too, Beneath whoso ivy-cuveicd roof The entwining. woodbine grew. With scenes like theso, so fraught with joy, Smiling on every hand, . ? ? Oil ! who could leave without regret His dear, his native laud. Though years have passed since last I saw That home to memory dear. Fancy oft brings it to my night, And starts the trembling tear. My mother's last embrace I feel, ?1 ? AnilstfeJior tearful cyo ; '' My^fnbielS'Dlessiiig sMll I hear— ^ ^f . ;.'GqJ bless you, hoy ! good-byo, f [Tho ahov« touching nnd beautiful lines are extracted, by permission, from a little volunio entitled 'Lays of a Struggling Heart,' by the late Mr. J. AV. K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

I A Solemn Admonition to the Debilitated. ' DR. GEORGE FREDERICK THOMAS/ ' Licentiate of the IEovt.1 Collrffoof Physicians, Lon. ' don, ISlil; -Member of tlie Royal College or Surgeons, S London, 185'J, muy bo confidentially (jonsnltod either ! personally or by luttnr, continuing a fee of JKI, in all '? cusos when the usxisttine-: of u physician U necessary hut especially in those* arisiuK from an curly abuse of Ilia laws ot nut'.iiv. ramlliiig in Uws of proeronlive power or impotence tlumigli Hie iVKlitatrl wndition of the ' organs ot generation, norvoitruirEu, iliiftliin^, c-xlyiimmif nocturnal t'tui.-Himn, impaired, memory, want of em-rev avoitl.ince of ii.-.:ii-ty, eruption* of tlia fkiii, i-lietmiatic ? pains, tilem-ali-uis of tlio month mi.l thr.mt, loss of the luiir, Korea on ilus lioa'l, enlargement of tlio glands ami a vitiated vmuliliou of tin? blood and sooiotioiio. .'Jr. Tiiuinas would impivss upon I ho minds of the public that In; ik the only legally tmaliiiwl pliy.Mcim...

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THE "NEWCASTLE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

THE NEWCASTLE INDUSTRIAL ' SCHOOL. . ' He draweth but tho thread of his verbosity finer th»n ' the staple of his argument.— Life'i Labour! Lost. ? ' There is no terror, Cussim, in your threat*, for I urn armed so strong in honesty that they puss by me as tho, idlo winds.— Juliut Camar. . , We return to tho subject of the Pilot's uu manly attack on tho lady superintoudont of the Newcastle1 Industrial School — not, how ever, to auawer the arguments adduced in the ao-called ' reply' to our article of Wednesday, for there.were none to answer — not to descend so low as to pay the writer in the Pilot back in ' hi* own coin,' because we frankly admit we could not do so, the English language being destitute of words sufficiently expressive to ^jdes'ci'ibo the low vulgarity, the meanness, the scurrility of a man who, when discussing a public question on public grounds, is compel led, through mental imbecility, or some other cause, to resort to personalities of the lowest and most contemptibl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

Newcastle May Meeting Races ! TO BE HUN OX MONBA Yd- Tl/JSSDA Y, May 25 -£ 20, 1803, in ?oiumomoration of the QUEEN'S B£RT II IXA Y, n Mr. W. WINCH, r^~&-~* STEWARDS: Mb. COHEN, Mr. GHIKKSON, Mb. LISTER, Mb. TUDOR, Mr. MILTHOHPE, & Me. WINCH. STARTER: 'V* Mr. WILLIAM HENRY AVHYTE. CLERK OF THR COURSE : Ma. J. R. FOX. TPHE FOLLOWING BAOES will tak. : J_ place :— FTSST DAY. ' FIRST HACK— The MAIDEN PLATE of 35 sow., with a svroopatalce of 1 hot. each added ; tha second horse to receive tho sweep ; for all hones who hare never won an advertised prize at the time of cntranco ; weight l'or age ; distunco, on* milo and a quarter. ~ SECOND RACE.-The TOWN PfcrfTE of 80 «ovs.. with a gwRepstafccPif 3 novB.ejCh added ; the second liorso to receive 8 Jva. on^f the prize ; all lioraea to be handitapr)eJb«i»rallmfrda or whom they mnr appoinl: distapPTtfroAncJ. THIRD RACK.-^fflio SllNm*' PPRSE of lSsovn., for all diutrict^torHtl^vithyttawcepatnlio of ylOt. each nildkd; the msonill...

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THE PRINCE ALFRED HOSPITAL MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

THE PRINCE ALFRED HOSPITAL MEMORIAL. About a fortnight ago a perfect- storm of let ters assailed our metropolitan contemporaries in reference to the mauner in wliich the Had event of March 12, and the indignation it called forth, should be permanently engraven upon the memories of tho people and the records of the colony. The correspondence referred to resulted in a very large and influential pub lic mcoting~Ueiug held, at which, uftur Home opposition linu a niiiuuei. ui eumueuu njjccuiiua, it wus fiually resolved that 'An Alfred Memorial Hospital ' should be erected by pub lic subscription. Various other schemes wore suggested, but the . Hospital idea being tho most practical and useful in its character, found most favour with tho 'citizens »f Sydney, und before the public meeting was over a large sum httd been subscribed. In four diiys we are told, no less than £5000 was-, subscribed, made xip principally of largo amounts, donations of 'Ja thousand and ' hvo hundred gracing .the g...

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A NICE CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

A NI0E CLERGYMAN'. From, the AiutraUutia*. The man, Henry Marty n. Spencer, alias M'Donuld, alias the ' swindling clergyman,' was brought up at the City Court, on Wednes day, when the ovidence of two hotelkeepeis showed how he hud visited their places, stayed until payment of his account was demanded, and then left without paying.''. The hat worn by tho prisoner when arrested' was also claimed by Mr. Sylvanus Angus, as having been taken from the Independent Climoh, Collins-street, on last Thursday evening. Statements were further made that his swindling practices u|--n hotelkeepers had extended over a long ti/10, and hud not been confined in the locality. Mr. Haokett informed the prisoner that as he had been living atthepublicexpense for tin; last six months, so he would contuflie to do for the next six months, but he would at the same time bc required to do a little atonc-brenking to defray the cost of his maintenance. Priso ner was then renioved to gaol. His. last at tempt at defr...

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SHIRRING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

SHIRRING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. ? ' A!pril 14. 'Wayo, brig, 193, Gurson, from Melbourne, 12th in»t A.- Hogg, agent ? - . APRIL 15. : You Ynnga (8.s.), 474, Clark, 'from Sydney. AV. H. Whyfcc agfiut. ' * Blackbird (».s.)- 531, Sawell, from Sydney. K. B. Wallace, agent. . . ' . ? April 16. Ballina (s.), from Sydney: W. K. Lochliead, agent. Afbil 17. Armistice, bq., 345, M'Keon,' from Otago, 1st iust. Passengers — 2 in the steerage. C. KoberUon, agent. Cecilia, Swedish ship, from Gceloug. Eugene, Dutch bq., 2G5, from Melbourne. C. F. Stokes nml Co., agents. . ? Wirea (a. s.), from Sydney. ? DEPARTUKK8. April 16. wallaroo, bq., 488, Wluting, tor wallaroo, witn -uu tons coat G. Hewison, agent. .Pioneer, »ch., 153, Hunter, tor Melbourne, with 200 tons coal. R. H. Griorson, ngent. _s~- Annie, Bch., 213, Kin, for HobartTown, with 240 tons _.- coaL 0. F. Stokes and Co., agents. Ballina (s.), 200, Creer; for the Richmond, w. K. Xoohhead, agent. _ 'Princo ttegent, bq., 257,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAViGATiONtfoaiPAN r. S T K A M r d/j/ Y D A1 E Y. Tho MOHPETir, CnpMHi/Ht.'nn, TUESDAY and innOA.lt Jftornm^. Tlie'OtTV OF NEWCASTLE, Captain SuiririCRBRLl., WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Mornings. GEORGE TULLY & CO., Agents. Hunter River $W' Steam Navigation Co. ( ;EETUHNT TXC1KETB. Elll.Oif THIS IM'UB, RETURN ^TICKETS will be tamiotk afailablo for ouo 'reck, to 'passengers by any of tlio H.R.N.S.N. .Company'* flrat-claaa steamers, at the following rajes :— v '-»*-*-' Saloon ? 35a. ? ? '? ? ? Steerage ? 15». . (JEOIU.'E TOLLY & CO. Nuwcaslle, Feb. 19, 1SO8._ ? 415 PUBLIC IIO'tICE; ' S T E A M T 0 W A 0 E . NEWCASTLE and MELBOURNE rr\ U E ¥ AST, MILL- POWEBED, A STWA-M'VUU.S WAJUlAUUi, MYSTERY, MjACX^QAGLE, are now available foi^uwngc ^m'poaos, at the port8 o Kuweastlc ami llo'i.-{ol\ Hay. I The Wauiiawk andWV.-smtY nro fitted with dis coniicctini; engines, partnit leathering lloals, and having nil tlio latest lmprovi'iiii'iiU in stuum, ure the most ...

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COAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

OOU. v i Thorc has been n slight decrease in tho export of coal this week, which is in agreat measure owing to the Easter holidays. The number of vessels also in harbour! is much' smaller than it has been for some time qast. There were' several vessels oil tho port clone upon sundown. Tho American ship Alexander loft the port this afternoon, -with 1C0O tons coal, for Sun Francisco. The ship Wen nington has removed to the Horseshoe to complete her loading for Calcutta. The other vessels now loading for foreign ports are the General Wyndham and B. T. Turn bull, for Ban Francisco, and the A. W. Stevens and Ella Gladstone, for Hongkong. ; . The oxport of coal this week has boon 13,351 tons, of which 503V tons nro for Sydney, 272G fir Melbourne, 1410 for South Australia, 603 for Hobart Town, 50 for Richmond Hirer, 1676 for New Zealand, 1232' for San Francisoo, and 715.tons for steamers and home consuinp tinn J mm— — Export of Coal from tho Companies' Official Returns, - for the week endi...

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COMMERCIAL AM SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CONSOLIDATED REVENUE VOUCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

COMMERCIAL A?1D SHIPP1HQ INTELLIQEHCE. CONSOLIDATED REVENUE VOUCHER. The following is a statement of all sums paid into. the Treasury by tho Sub-Collector of Customs, at Newcastle, New South Wales, from the 1st Jan. to the 31st March, 18G8, inclusive : — ** N. £ s. 4t. Brandy ? . ... -. ? 1317 5 9'-. Gin ? ?? «£-^ ? 424 1 5 Liquors, Cordials, or Strong 'Waters... 48 17 8 Whiskey ? ;. ... Ill 14 7 Rum ? ? 2380 0 0 Wine ? ;.. 315 9 0 Ale, Porter, and Beer (in wood) ... 19 6 Tobacco and Snuff ? 176 / 7 6 Cigars' ? 41 ':4 0 Tea ? 5:10 Coffee and Chicory ? 0 ;.2 0 Sugar, unrefined ? l_-8 4 . Bonding Warehouse Duty ? 51 11 0 PUotago ? 1158; 6 8 Dues ? 18U15 0 Chinese passengers ? 15G9-,3 0 Ad valorem Duty ... v ? 141; 10 0 Total ... ...'_ \ ? £7923 0 11

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THE PLANS FOR FLOODGATES AT WALLIS GREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

THE FLANS FOB FLOOD-GATES AT WALLIS CREEK. From Thuritlay't) Afercur#. It appears that the prenaum ottered for the beat plan far flood-gates to bc erected at Wallis'8 Creek hud the effect of attracting three competitors, whose pinna raid specifica tions are now awaiting the decision of the Council as to the award. We have bad, through the courtesy of the Mayor, an oppor tunity of inspecting the.se plans. Two of these planB bear a great general similitude, both providing open gates, und having the sides of the creek adjoining protected with stone re taining walls. The first of the.sa nlnna which we saw lias gates in height equal to the floor of the Victoria Bridge, and reaching down to the bottom of the creek, where a level bed is proposed to be made, by meana of timbers laid upon piles, the intervening spaces being filled with concrete. The gutt's, when open, leave a clear space of forty feet, und they fit into a recess, constructed for the purpose in the stone retaining walls. The ...

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THE PRECIOUS STONES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THIRD ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

THE PRECIOUS STONES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. By Chables H. Dkoner, M.D. THIKD AUTICHE. In general, the diamonds are sold by their weight, and tho apothecary's pound is adopted as ax the standard, twelve ounces making one pound. One ounce ia divided into 150 carats, and each carat is divided into four quarter carats ; one quarter carat is one grain. When the diamonds are so small that more than one amount to one carat, they bring from £4 to £4 10s. and from £7 to £8 sterling. This difference in the price de pends on the quality uf tho diamonds. If they have specks, ana are not pure and clear, or it they have cracks, then they are of less value. If,£on the other hand, they are clear and without any^iuterruption or spots, then they are of a superior nature. When a diamond is so large that it is the weight of two or more carats, the value is made out by the quadrat of its weight in such a way that the weight of the stone is multiplied with the fixed prico for the carat. For example, if a dia...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE NEWCASTLE INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. — —-'w ? ? THE NEWCASTLE INVESTMENT AND BUILD ING .SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Ntwcattte Chronicle. Sir— I have scon in your hist issue a letter signed ' Scribe,' roforring to th« working of tho aWovo society, to whioh I beg to roply, for the purpose of endeavouring to provent tho miaohief whioh such production might othorwiso occasion. Tho whole tenor of the h-ttcr is insulting to the directors, auditors, nnd myself, as from its tone one might judge wo had been guilty of neglect — indeed, oven defalcations and abscondings are broadly mentioned ; but wo can afford to treat all thoso insinuations with contempt, anil invite instead some definite charge of corruption or dishonesty. 'Scribo' nsKerta that he is u shareholder — jf so, he is both a foolish and a mischievous one, for the only effect whioh such a letter as liis could have would be to create a feeling of dis trust of an institution which, by its success, has obtain ed tho entire confidence of the publ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. APRIL. l0, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esp., P.M. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COUNT. WEDNESDAY, APMI. I''', I81I8. KeforeH. Scott,' IOs.|., P.M. Dninkeii 111:11. .Tnnntlinn Spm-ke i-k-i-l(-t suilty to a clmrge of druiiktmiicss, and waa tinu.l 10»., or tlnco days in thu lockup. Profane ljninjiuuie. Aniiio Lewis pleaded guilty to u charge of lining pro fane kingtiiigp ill a Mibliu place, on the Urh ln.tt, .Sho wiw found guilty o« liui' own ooufoHsion, and seuienccil to n»y r fino of 10s. and touts, or 1ms imprisoned in tho lockup for forty-right hours. Otueeiie Liiuynape. John C'olton wan charged with uiing olweime .lan guage in a public place. Tlio jiriNunvr plrnduil not guilty to the charge, which, however, wns fully proved. He vriM convicted, ami sentenced to pay 11 line of 20«., or in default of immediate payment, to go to Mmtliinu panl for seven davti. Ship Desertion, John Brown, in cuntmly, Him brought ncforo tho court, ?Imrgcd with deserting from the ship Star of IVucl-. Tho prisoner, »t the request of tho muster of ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. # — . New Steajc Boileks for the Government Cranks. — Three now boilers »ro no.v boing erected on the wharf for tho use of iS'o.'g 1, 2, and 3 cranes. These boilers are horizontal, und similar to thoso used in connection with the other crauos, but with this difference, that they will be placed ns fixtures on the wharf at a distance of a few feet from each crane. The result is obvious — all three crimes will now bo supplied with steam from its own boiler, instead of having to depend for steam upon one boiler, as ia at ^ibODIIl VUG UHQi ^«l» nill|UVIIUblCiiajUU -»£&i;|tl improvement, as from tho great distance between the boilors and No. 3 crane, it is quito certain tlint a large quantity of Bteam is lost through evaporation. The building containing the two old boilers is to bo pulled down. Gnu of the new boilers was yesterday nearly fixed, and. will be ready for working in a short time. . The three new boilers are from thu establishment of Mesura. P. N. KussoU an...

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BULLOCK ISLAND. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

BULLOCK ISLAND. To tin Editor oj the Sfetccaitte Chronicle. Sir — Permit me, through the columus of your paper, to draw the attention of our police to the shameful manner ill which certain persons are cutting up and destroying the streets »ud thoroughfares uu Bullock Islaud. Unless a stop U immediately put to this practice, the injury done to those streets will render them im passable and useless, to say nothing of the injury they are doing by destroying the right-of-way to the property of others, as wall as endangering thu lives of }-enuus who may bu pausing. — Yours, &c, A CITIZEN.

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