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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. From the Maitland Mercury. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 April 1868

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. From the Maitland Mercury. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. SENDING A THREATENING LETTER.—Wil-     liam Nicholson, jun., on bail, was indicted for having, on the 2nd Feb., at West Maitland, sent to one John Mayo a letter demanding money with menaces, and without reasonable and probable cause. — The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Winde- yer, instructed by Mr. Mullen. Mr. H. O'Meagher assisted the Crown Solicitor in the prosecution. — A number of the jurymen on coming into the box were challenged both by the Crown and the prisoner, and some delay took place in empanelling a jury. — The wit- nesses examined on behalf of the prosecution were Robert Boag and Henry O'Meagher. —   The Solicitor-General opened the case, the de-   tails of which were as follows : — On the 2nd February, the prisoner sent a letter to Mayo, demanding restitution of a sum of £3o, which he alleged had been won from him at gamb- ...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 April 1868

FRIDAY, APRIL 24. The civil business of the court commenced this morning, before his Honor Mr. Justice Hargrave. The barristers present were—Sir     William Manning, Q. C. ; Messrs. Windeyer, Wisdom, Foster, Ellis, Pilcher, and Rogers. (Before a Special Jury of Four.) REGAN V. WALMSLEY.—This was an actoin   for crim. con. The declaration set forth that the defendant had debauched and seduced plaintiff's wife. To this the defendant pleaded not guilty, and on this plea issue was joined. Damages were laid at £ 1000. — Mr. Windeyer, instructed by Mr. Thompson, appeared for the plaintiff; and Messrs. Foster and Rogers, in- structed by Mr. J. M. Gould, for defendant. — Mr. Windeyer opened the case to the jury.—     The evidence in support of the plaintiff's case was as follows : — Regan, a carrier, rented a house from Walmsley, a man of considerable property about Millfield, in the Wollombi dis- trict, and took a load of goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

T_T OLLOW AY'S 0 1 N T M E N I Glandular Swelling), Hronchili.i, Mumps, Quiim ) try, Sore Throats, and Dipt/term. — In any of llio uhote I diiemoB, immediate ami permanent relic) jn obtniiieiH; - rubbing this duUrgent Ointment, twicv a day, upon tin ?eok, chest, xntl back. : It actn upon the very main springs of life, fur through the t*l«txlt- pans all tie* nat. ttr required fur the body's reparation and nil old parliclrt detrimental to its preservation. '1 lie Ointment nficd coo. jointly with Hollowaj'a l'illn will act so scurchinffly and certainly »» to elite t cure* in the moat hopeless ensei. Rheumatium, Lumbago, Contracted and Stif Joints, — Many thousands ol martyrs from the above com. nlahits have lound lift* almost ininiiimirhiKli* ? v«t if Ilol. lo way's Ointment be briskly and perscu'ri'i(:ly rubbed upon the part* aflccted, ease may be safaly guarimtceJ, especially if the pores of the skin hu previously opened by - fomentations with warm water. The gross humours rt. quire ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE From Greville Telegram Company. SYDNEY, Thursday 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

LATEST IN_TELL3GEN'flE. From Greville'i Telegram Company. SYDNEY, Thumlai/, 4 n.m. A report has reached town, that thePrinco has been burnt iu. effigy at Tyagong, in the Grenfell district. ?' '? ?: ? ? Mr. Gray, of Kiama, wns fixed at while return ing homeward on horaoback, on Tuesday night. The ball perforated the pummel of his saddle, and- Air. Gray escaped uninjured, which he attri butes to hiBtorae rearing juit as his woKlcl-fte assassin was about 'firing. Mr. Gray had, bn Bereral ore vioua occaRinnn. rpnoivnrl fhva&fam'nrr letters for holding Orange Lodges at his hovuo. Hi3 Excolloncy the Governor intends to visit Norfolk Maud *m the Challenger, towards the end of next month. '\ ? ' ' Tho Lticknow Point Company (Wentworth estute), in their last crushing of 18 tons of quartz, obtained 3&L ozs. gold: ' The estate of Trevallyn has been purchased by Mr. James M'Cormack, of the Faterson. Tiie steamer Egmcnt, whiuh, arrived from HokitiUtt to-day, brought 15,000 ozs. g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

, Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Bingworln scurvey, jaundice, scrof ula^or king's evil,' sore heads, and the most inveterate skin diseases to which the human race is subject, cannot be treated with a more nafe and speedy remedy than Holloway's ointmint anfi pille, whioh act s-- peculiarly on the constitution, anA ,so offeotually purify the blood, that the above-mentioned diseases are quickly eradicated from the system, and a' lasting euro obtained. Theoe remedies ara oqually oflioacious in tumours, burns, scalds, glandular swellings, ulcerous wounds, rheumatism, contracted and stiff joints. These pills ore as mild as they are eflfloacious. They are composed of vegetable extracts, unmixed with baser matter. There is not a groin of iny mineral £

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NEWCASTLE CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

. ..NEWCASTLE OHORAL SOCIETY. Wk- notice, witli pleasure, tlmt this excellent society has bemi recently re-organised, and tlmt the members thotenf purpcue giving ano ther grand ooncorfc in the. City -Hull, in Mie courtiu of a few weeks. We have rucoived this announcunionb with wnfeigncil plcnsura* The piist history of the Choral Society has Kliown that we Imve ample inatwial iu New k castle for u first-class tuuaical society, and the tittendunco of- tlie general public at' the Socie ty's concerts was, on the whole, exceedingly good. The interest which those concerts used to excite, proves, also, that the efforts of local ?performers will never fail to be appreciated when thoy are properly -organised. What is ?wanted now is, in the first place, a combination uud compression (so to speak) of all the musi cal tuleut which the town possesses into' oho body. This, we believe, yp to the ..present time, has never been fully-realised. We trust, uuder the new regime, that it' muy bo, other w...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

PRIMJKVE MBTHODISE^CHOOIi . y ANXIVEKSAirar1 . ThoiBhnivcrs.-.ry serricejum connection with ? tho^Fiowc.'istlo Priniitij^Metlmdist Si^bbath fftool, took plaoa on SKuulay and Monjjity last, «nd wero in ovory respect a great 'success. Agreeable to public aiinounceuiout by posters, thoilov. Mr. Ward (lato.of Quucualand) preached three appropriate discouraus, on Sunday to cr6wdcd and attentive 'congregations. In the afternoon and e-vening — purticularly the lat tsr— the church was crowded to excess,' nuiuy . persons having to stand through the whole ser vice. The' children bolonciiiL' to tho school wei-a arranged on a commodious 'platform at tho rear of t:io church, and towards tho close of each ser vice they recited and sang a number of suitable pieces. The elocution of some of tho youngsters was very creditable indeed. A collection wan made at each service, the total amount rained during tho day being' between £8 and £9. On the following ' day (Monday) tho children were entertained in...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE ARRIVALS. APRIL 28 [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

^SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., £ ?%/. ; PORT OF NEWCASTLE.f £f ARRIVALS.' ^ -,.„...... ''' '' ' ''? v*'i : ' 'April 28.'- '-'—»-— ' ''* ? Suiian Jane, bq.. Milk, from Ticmru, 4th in»t., with wheat and oats. C. K.. Walter, agent. ? Tod Yangs (s.s.), 474, Clark, from Sydney. TV. H. Whyte, agent; __J_- ...l^, -''? ~ *—'*? ' - ? April ST'''*'*' * ? * Harriet King, »ch., 155, M'Donnld, from Brisbane. ,'fG.Hewison, agent. ? ? ? Apbw, 30. Agnes Irving («.), 333, Crecr, from Sydney. '\V. K. ? ? ?Lochheod, agent. \\ ?:.??? ?-???: ' ? ?'? 'Blackbird («.«.), 53IJ Sawell, from Sydney- It. B. Wallace, agent. ? '? \ \ . . ?; . Artemisia, bq., 335,5 Allen, from Briabano. It. B, Wallace, agent. ^ '. ----' DEPARTURES. Aruiij «*?? Anna, bq., 108, Brazil, for Nelson, with 187 tons coal, .- ? 23 coal bfskets, ISO bags flour, and 29 cedar boards. K. H. Griorson, agent. v Wetmington, ship* 8S2,v,Tidninnh, for Calcutta, with ? ? 1115 tons coal. C. F. Stakes and Co., agents. Meander, bq., 377, Champion, for Wall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMBA.NY. STF.A M T O .9 r^M Y. Tho MORPET1T, Captain Btftfjy'TtJESDAY and FRIDAY MooKiAgfl. The OITY OF NEWCASTLE/ wiptain. Sumhrbbrll, WEDNESDAY ami SATURDAY Mornings. GEORUK TPLLY & CO.. Agouts. Htuiter River New Steam Navigation Co. RETURN TICKETS., Fit 0 M THIS WWXu RETUBN TICKETS will bo issu^d^railable for ono tratk, to passengers by any of tW^R.N.S.N. Company's firat-e!*™ steamers, at the following rates : — iSuloon ? 25». Stocrajjo ? 15«. GEOKGE TULLY k CO. Newcastle, Feb. 13, lSf.3. ? 415 Notice to Shippers to and from the Hunter AND MELBOURNE. ANY Goods Sliipjjcilyby tjtfa Company's Steamship.;, to bo fprffraWpno Melbourne, will be doKvcrecl to tho Jj^f/ YOUYANQUfiifANDENONG at Hie adjoining Wharf, without any charge for re movi'l, and Roods from Melbourne will bo received in like manner. K.J.THOMAS. ' 31 onager. .Offiw.«— Foot of Market-street. ^30lh Maioh, 1*». ? ? ? 700 AuBtralaSian Steam Navigation Company. SPKOIAlS^TEAMER TO ...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

COMMERCIAL AND. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. COAL. Export of Coai, from the Companies' Official Returns, for the week ending 1st May, 1868 : — Port Shipped -3- I B* | | | IP ti ? i _?-[_ j5_ JS_ js_ j3_ J^_ &~ 3 Sydney ? 573 312 6911248 515 1306 248 ..-. Melbourne... 900 ? 514 80(5 015 '407 ... Adelaide ? 242 ? Wallaroo ? ... ,;,'''? 605 ... HobartTwn. 197 ? ..t*»vf451 ... ? Nelson ? ?,'*, i'AO ? Lyttleton ? ... 491 ... ? Wellington ... . -.jwC... 500 ? , ? S. Fraucuoo. ... ... ,;. '8301 ? Manila ? ^s/nf ? 510 ? Shanghai ... ? 590 ? Java „.,, ? ?','„ ? , llorigkoug ? ... ' ? , ? .Steamers ... 102 145 So ? Homo con... 97 93 56' ? 45 ? Total ... 1609. 550 1272 3C62 2762 2713 . 709 ... Total exports for the week— 13,337 tons coal. Waratah Company.— At the ninth half-yearly meet ing of thi- proprietors off the Waratah Coal Company, held to-day, tho leport submitted showed that, durini the six months ending 31st ult., coaU had been sold to tho value of ,t'24,132 17*. W. ; rents receive...

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MELANCHOLY STORY OF SUFFERING BOARD THE MOSES WAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

MELANCHOLY STORY OF SUFFERING ON BOARD THK MOSES AVAUING: The Gibraltor.CArortt:/* of Jan. 20th, states that the British barque .Minnie Gordon, which arrived at'.that port on tho preceding'^',' f roni New York, brought the master and two seamen of the United States schooner Moses Waring. The vessel .was water-logged in a gale, and on the 18th Deo. was fallen iu with . by tbo -Minnio Gordon; when tho survivals of her crew were taken off the .wreck, iu tho last stage of debility from ex posure nnd'fainine. By tho humane and judicious exer tions of Mr. Leslie, the master, of the Minnie Gordon, their lives were preseivod, but 'they still' stand in need of medicnl treatment., TJio dreadful tale of their suffer ings is thus given by Captain Leslie : — Deo. 18, latitude '38 10 N., longitude - V^Vsoudding off S.E. by E., under double-roofed topsail, foreBaflVveefed mainsail, and fore topmast staysail, wind W.N.W., blowing hard, and heavy sea running. As 'daylight broke I saw, bearing t4iiU-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

IMPORTANT NOTICE To those Residing iu the Bush. BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER makes bread light and digestible in a fewminutea without standing to riae an with' yeast. Pastry and Pud-dinKs should ueror be made without it, at. it renders tliom light and oasy of digestion, mid saws butter and eggs. ' . TK8TJMONUL3 : ' ' \-.- In answer to your request, I am happy to nay I have Mated Borwick's Baking Powder, and it pvove» to bo very goon, whon propurly used. Yourd, Ac, „ ? :_ ? J. E. GUERIN, Head Cook. ..GoyornmentHouso, Sydney, N.S.W., 19th March, 1867. BORWICK'S »IunS?wv'n^fii{y»th'it X havo milde a oaroful analysis of BOBWiCK'S BAKING POWDER. Tho ingredients are all of the puront duscrultidil, perfoctly wholesome, well and proportionably ufixedj und will loop good in any climate. Indeed, I c/nnidtr it a beautiful farina ceous powder, and wellquali/ied for raieinu bread, pastry, &e. f 'sv ' , .CHARLES WA.IT, Analytical Chemirt, SyiJney, 4th May, ll&'6. T bLVing «.* i1'!.*? u...

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THANKSGIVING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

-THANKSGIVING DAY. ?^?Tuesday last_ being the dayl/get apart by his Excellency the Governor' as a day of thanksgiving for the recovery of his Royal Highness tho Duke nf Edinburgh from the wo uud inflicted by the assassiu O'Farrell, the day was observed in NcwcuytlH us a. close Jioliday, a.s inucli so as Good Friday or Christ mas Day. The shops, and other places of business as a matter of course were all closed, and the trade of the port in the shipping line was entirely suspended. Many of the vessels in the harbour were gaily dexott'ited with flags, .while not a few persons .oil'shore gave expres sion to their loyalty in the same way. Special ri.'ligious services were hold at all the churches and chapel* in the city; some particulars in connection with nature of the service at each place of worship will bo found below. The Volunteer Artillery and the Naval Brigade, dressed iu full uniform, marched to St. John'* Church and attended divine service. The companies were preceded by the T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

MARRIAGE. WILSON — WOOD. — On Tuesday, April 28th, at Honey- suckle Point, by the Rev. Mr. Pepper, J. C. WIL-   SON, of Newcastle, to JANET WOOD, of Newcastle.     The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1868.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. Before H. Scott, Esq.,P.M. Ship Desertion. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M. Ship Desertion. James Brennan stood charged with having deserted from the brig Lady Alicia, on the previous Friday morn- ing. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and stated that he was to have had his discharge immediately on the brig   arriving in Newcastle. After hearing the evidence of the captain, the Bench found the prisoner guilty and sen- tenced him to fourteen days imprisonment in Maitland gaol.   Using Indecent Language. John Riley was brought before the court, in custody, charged with using indecent language in Hunter-street, on the 22nd ult. The prisoner, in reply to the question as to whether he was guilty or not, said he was drunk, and did not recollect anything about it. Constable Wood proved the charge, and the prisoner was convicted. He was sentenced to pay a fine of 10s., or be confined in the lock-up for forty-eight hours. Drunkenness. Richard Pluml...

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O'PABRELL'S DYING DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

O'FARRELL'S DYING DECLARATION. [COMMUNICATED.]   DYING declarations, or declarations made by persons whose inevitable doom is fixed, have always, and justly, been held as entitled to a far greater amount of credence than statements made during any previous portion of a man's life. The knowledge in a human being's mind that he is shortly to appear before a tribunal where all the adroit stratagems of earthly cunning will be of no avail, where " the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth" will neither be warped by the skill of a practised tongue, nor garbled by the perjured oaths of interested witnesses, but will be re- vealed in the clear light of heaven's spotless day, is deemed in itself sufficent to induce the soul, fast hurrying to eternity, to cast, even at the eleventh hour, all falsehood on one side. Many, and great, and true have been the death-bed revelations, wrung from the pallid lips of men who once uttered lies without a second thought, but who, at...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO THE MAYOR OF NEWCASTLE. Per favour ef the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO THE MAYOR OF NEWCASTLE. Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— May I be permitted thus publicly to ask you why you do not take the proper steps to increase the number of aldermen from nine to twelve, in accordance with the provisions of the new Act. It is clearly your duty to do it, just as much so, as it was the duty of the Mayor of West Maitland, who, I am informed, took the neces- sary steps within a week of the new Act being passed. Of course, I can quite understand why you have not done so. I believe sir, you are afraid, lest one or two aldermen should happen to get in who would not be so easily managed us the present set. But let me ask you, Mr. Hannell, if Dr. Brookes had acted in the way you are acting if you would not have been the very first to condemn his conduct ? I am quite sure you would, and a large section of the public are of the same opinion. It is a positive disgrace to think that the Law gives us the right to twelve aldermen and yet...

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BAD ROADS BAD ROADS To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

BAD ROADS ! BAD ROADS ! To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. SIR— Having read, in your issue of the 22nd instant, some remarks from your Wallsend correspondent regard- ing the state of our roads, and also commenting on the negligent manner in which the trustees supposed to look after them did their duty, I beg to say that I can en- dorse every syllable of that communication. We have three trustees, who, as a mutter of course, are expected to see that the money voted by the Government is judiciously expended. Out of the trio, we have but one who has done his duty faithfully. This gentleman has been a resident here (Wallsend) for some time, and his name in the city is as familiar as " Household Words." I allude to Mr. William Harris ; he is always at the post of duty when needed ; he is foremost in all things that tend to the advancement of the district, and but by his unflinching perseverance many projects that have been started for our benefit would have died a natural death, a...

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THE APPROACHING DEPARTURE OF A. H. BARLOW Esq. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

THE APPROACHING DEPARTURE OF A. H. BARLOW, ESQ. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. SIR-—It is to be hoped that on the departure of A. H.   Barlow, Esq., manager of the Bank of Australasia, the public of Newcastle will adopt some means to mark their appreciation of the above gentleman's zealous exertions to encourage all the institutions formed in this city for the physical and intellectual advancement of the people, his urbanity of manner to all with whom he came in contact, and the many unsolicited acts of kind- ness and consideration he has shown during his stay amongst us. It is suggested that a picnic to Minmi     Colliery would be a suitable mode to express the feeling of affection with which he is regarded by the constitu- ents of the institution he has so ably served, and their regret at his removal to another sphere of usefulness, where, doubtless, the same success will attend him. Persons desirous of assisting the above laudable...

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THE FRIDAY AFTERNOON HOLIDAY To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 May 1868

THE FRIDAY AFTERNOON HOLIDAY. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. SIR—I read with pleasure the letter of " A Lady Customer," about the Friday half-holiday movement. I also read with very great satisfaction your report of a meeting on the subject, and the wise decision come to by the majority of our drapers on the matter. Let them be firm, and I am convinced they will have no cause to regret coming to that decision, I am con- vineed of one thing, viz., that Messrs. Kittson, Hopper, and Hartley will either fall back on the half-holiday, or they will soon close on other afternoons than Friday. I have spent a great many pounds with one of the trio during this past year, but I shall never spend a penny with any one of them so long as they oppose so wise a   moral and social reform. Let the pro. holiday drapers be firm, and the public will support them. A GENTLEMAN CUSTOMER. Newcastle, April 30, 1868.

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