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POET'S CORNER. ORIGINAL POETRY. A HUSBAND'S LAST WORDS TO HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

POET'S CORNER. OBIGHNAL POETRY. A HUSBAND'S LAST WORDS TO HIS WIFE. ? BtJ. W. Kixa. ?Your Iinnd i» on my aching brow. Your lovo in iu my throbbing he.ut ; 1 never knew, 'dear wife, till now How hard 'twould bo to part ; For I am going to tho quiet grave, 'Hiicro never more can come to-morrow, And leave the love your girlhood gave, To weep ulunc in widoweil sorrow. How soon the years V^ave vmssed away Siuco wo weie foiwliy muted, love ; . Tis like a hnlf-sueht summer's day. Lout in some weird and tangled (grove ; And when the bourne; of our desires .rust faintly RhimtneiH intu night, - Tlio nun grows dark, the duy expires, Aud cold windi haunt the Btarlesa night. JJut 'tis tho way wo all must go, For dear old mother Nature's mike ; The loftiest brow that o'er l.uil low, ? . No otlior rond can hopo to take. - So lay your wifely hand in mine. And clieer me, dearest, while I stay ; O, let the love I must resign Light up my fustly fading day. Full many a weary woe hnth trad I' the furrow...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. May l3. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. .. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. Mat 1:5. Star of the South (b.r.). U«, Bendall, from Mary borough, 10th inst. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. May 14. Coorong, bq., 300, Henry, from Brisbane, 3rd iust. E. B. Wallace, agent. \ »t Anno Melhuish, bq., 303, Williams, from 'Wellington, 30th nit. Captain, agent. Australia, sch., 124, Kendall, from Brisbane, 20th ult. J. Dune and Co., agenU, Surah Ann, soh., 1H5, Komney, from Brisbane, 1st mat. J. Doano and Co.. agents. Nightingale, bq., 240, 31'Pheden, from Westport, 2nd ?naf Ci 'I'nllv and f*n.. nirclits. Hocord, bq., 437, Curmnings, from Otago, 27th ult. C. V. StokcH and Co., agents. MAY 15. -*V Cathcrino Jane, hq., 357, Huith, from Melbourne. Captain, agent. Valdiva, bq., 325, Lennett. from Adelaide, 3rd inst. C. F. Stokes tind Co., agents. Adeline Burke, bq., a81,Blako, from Melbourne. W. H. Whyte, agent. Anita, ship, 054, Turoan, from Melbourne, 8th mat. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. , DEPARTURES. MaV 13. Planter,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

HUNTR rS^^NRW STEAM Kxyijixrjpsqxni p ax y. ? .V 7' /? a£TtO S^bwE Y. The MORPETUr Captain V-SbS^KJES DAY mld /^FR[ DAY fflxMjK»»^^. , The CITY-)FNEWCASTLHEjS?!un SuateniiiEM., ; WEDNESDAY mid SATurcbAY Mornifljlt ?Yiir GEORGE TU1.LY& CO., A^Mtg. . Hunter Rivor Wow Steam Navigation Co. ^.- B.ETffjjp?' TICKETS. ferUtOM wJusHdaTE, RETURN JC. TICKETS witf Unissued, available for one week, to pasiengora by any of tlje^LH.KIS.X. Company's first-clans steamers, at the ^fllrairi'g rat«B :-- Sillonn --. - ? / /' ? - - 25s. Steerage - ? ./.'- '... 15i. GKORGE TULLY & 00. Newcastle, Feb. 1!), 1S!M. ? 115 Notico t&'Shippors to and from the Hunter AND MEMIOIJKNfi. ANY G'nmls KjMhjj ipjJ,— 1 »y tliia Compnn.v'n SIPains!uji.syt(i6HS/,-br«iii'd«d to Melbourne, will b« delivered to dyf Pf YOU Y.l/nfs on DANDENONG * HTHAMSIIII'S, at fho irljoininor Wharf, without any charge for rp- | moval, siiil ico.jJh from JlelhournK will bp received iu j liko manner. \ P. J. THOMAS, ' Mun...

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NEWCASTLE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

NE WOASTL13 MARKETS. ''Business during the pantweek among our storekeepers and produce dealers has not been very brisk. The empty state of the harbour is doubtless tho cause of this in activity, whioh is sincerely to be hoped will not be of very long continuance.. When our shipping trade is dull, all other branches of trade suffer, »Ba natural consequence. Thti'0 has beau very littlu lluctuation in pricos during the week, if we oxcept the extraordinary rise in salt, which hns advanced from £5 to £10, and has still an up ward tendency. Teas and sugars arc almost stationary ; a slight riio in the latter article is, however, anticipated. The following wcro the prices ruling yesterduy in New castle for the undermentioned article* : — T*rr»TTi- A vn tvuvlv Flour, £22 to £24 V ton Wheat (Adelaide), 9j to IO« (wholesale) ' V1. bushel Ditto, £24 to £20 -£? ton Ditto (colonial), Cs to 7§ f (retail) bushel. BRAN AND POLLARD. Bran, fls V' cwt. (wholesale) Pollard, 7st cwt(wholes:ile) Ditto, 8s...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Tho totat quantity of coal shipped during tho present week has been 13,852 tons,* which, although up to tho avorago, is considerably below' the return for tho pluvious week. Considering thu pauojty of vessels in harbour, however, the present export is a remarkably good ono. The total number of vessels that entered the port since hist Saturday hus only been fifteen, whilst in the same perioil we reckon twenty-seven departures. Quite a fleet sailed on Sunday last, and it was generally remarked that noveral vessels were towed out on that day by tlio steuintusH, a circumstance which bus not happened very frequently of late. Tho latest arrival of importance is the Anitii, ship, from Molbourno, bound for Hongkong, with coal; she comes here in ballast. Tho Hue sbip pleto her loading for Bombay. Wu buliove shu is nearly ready for sea. As « hi ted above, the total quantity of coal shipped has beou 13,852 tons, of which quantity 4(iO4 tons worcforSyduev, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

Queen'8 Birthday. Monday, 25th May. A CAMP MEETING will (D.V.) beheld near the Primitive Mcthoilut Church, Wnmtuu, 011 Monit.iy, 2oth May, to ba conducted by tho Reva. £. C. Pritohavd, V. Vf. AVard, \Y. Kimjitoin, and other Min isters und gentlemen. fl/ /) Service to conimciico ut 10 ii.tiynnrTL' p.m. A. SOCIAL TKA will bo provided in tho Church at Imlf-paat tivo. Tickets, Is. each, to bo had lit the jr&y&rfmTh-om the friends. y/ A PUBLIC MEETING will he /cm after tea, to ho ndtlressed by tho above-named anil other Ministers anil Kontlemon. Ono Pohnd Bayard. LOST, from Wull«Wfom» BAY MARE, ' branded DC on near ynflk{ld--r. Auy porsmi hrmcrini; tU/snm\tn Tl. CAMPBELL'S Store, WalUcud, will repeiru tlio liliovr iwurd. - 9i»5 EOBERT MOORE, M-ho loft Auckland, with his sou, WnltevVbi^f, iu the J. A. Bnilifer, on Mny 5th, 1S(-~, mid vjiw/li/f neon utANewutstle, ia rpqui'stoi] to vorainunicuto /ifli TWO, /rtiJ/Jf UorJou and Crotch, Sydney. Any*tidmga ofliin/h/u he thank fu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

TT O I, L O W AY'S 0 I N T M E N T. Glandular Swellingx. Ihonc/iith, Mumps, Quin sen. Sure Tlirmih, und l)iptlieria.~l\\ any of the above di's!»M'S, immrriintu ami permanent relief i.s obtained by rubbing this ueUritent Ointment, twicsn day, upon tlir neck, clii'Bt, nml back. It nets upon the very 11111111 springs of life, fur throii'.'li the kImiiIs pass all 11c 11 at. (or rttjiiirec! fur I lie body's reparation and all old pirticles detrimental to its preservation. '1 he Ointment used eon. jointly nith It olluwnj 'n l'ills will ,ict sn searchhinly and certainly as to e licet dines in the must hopeless esses. li/ieumalism, Lumbago, Contracted und Stiff' Joints. — Many thousands of murtyrs from theabuveenm. plaints have found life almost insupportable; yet, if Hol iiwuy'ft Ointment be briskly and porseveringly rubbed upon thu pnrU ull'ectcd, ensc may be sufely guaranteed, uspi-ciaily if the pniM «f Iheskin he previously opened by fomentations wilh unrm water. The gioss humours re qu...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. Monday, May 11. TRIAL OF BENJAMIN LEE, M. P., AND ALLAN MACPHERSON, M. P. FOR AN ASSAULT IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. ' Monday, May 11. TRIAL OF BENJAMIN LEE, M. P., AND ALLAN MAOPHEUSOS, U.V., FOR A\ ASSAULT INT UK LUO1SLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Juunjamin Lso surrendered to his recognisance to answer the following information by the Attorney-General :— 'That, on tho twenty-sixth day of February, in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, ut Syd ney, in the colony aforesaid, Benjamin Lee, then being a member of the Legislative Assembly, of tho said colony, while the said Assembly was sitting, and in its presence in contempt of tho said Assembly, in violation of its dignity, and to groat obstruction of its business, in tiud upon ouo Allan Mucpherson did make an assault, and him, the said Allan Macphersou, did then beat, wound, and illtrcat, tho said Allan Mucphersou then also being a member of tho said Assembly, and boing then present, and attending therein as Rilf?h nmnlViHr'* Tlio Solicitor-General appeared for the Crown. Defendant was without counsel. Mr. L...

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SHIPS LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

SHIPS LOADING. ForSyilney: Eleven. For Victoria : Fifteen, ' 3fr. J. V. Clemonts, yesterday, showed us (says the Bntluirst Free Prenn of Saturday) a sample of sugar made from beet-root, grown by himself at Summer Hill. Mr. Clement's experiment wns ou a small gcnle, and his appliances wore but of on imporfect character. Re has, howovor, proved 'that sugar, can be produced in the district. In taste tho sample was equal to some of tho ration sugar gold in tho colony. ? '

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

SKIPPING. Amuvals. — From Sydney : General Leo, mul Swift cure. From Melbourne : JJHiicashu-e, Damascus, aud l'riite of the Occnn. Dkparthkes. — For Sydney s Strnthdon.JDovonpprt, Bruoklay Ciuitle, Miuijuis of Argylc, and Auatralmu. For Melbourne : Kolieit Kerr, Northumbria, Sir Wil liam \ValUise, 'Wiminera, Ottawa, Coiiwny Oastle, Sea gull, Xnvnl Reserve, mid Kent. The Conivny Ciistle, from Glasgow tu ttclliourne, with n gunernl cargo, valued utf:)0,000, ran aslioro oil the Black Wrttor bank, but wiui cot off. ?

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CONTINENTAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

rrVNTTNENTATi According to a petitioh. from Algiers, dis cussed in the Senate on Jan. Id, not less than 200,000 natives had perished from hunger, and it was estimated trint, :before the next harvest was gathered, the number of victims would be 500,000. It ia aKRerted in Government circles at Berlin, that the King of Hanover liua at hia ( disposal a sum of £4,000,000. ;, In the sitting of tho French Legislative Body, the bill fixing the contingent at 100,000 meu wm discussed. M. Kouher, in reply to M. Piciml, said the relations of France with foreign Powers-were excellent, and the clouda which began to appear, and which caused hucu tftlftrming reports, were oovy entively diapellcdr An assembly of cardinals and prelates has beon summoned at Rome, for the purpose of consultation on the ejue-itiou of the revision of the Coiiceinliit with Austria. A serious confliut took pluco at midnight, on the 20th March, nt Brussels, between the troops and rioters. The Nord publishes the text of an u...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

OBITUARY..; . Lady Harriet Gorry, wife o^ Kigut Hon. H. Corry, of the Admiralty. ; Lord Wensleydalo ; ex King of Bavaria, Baron.' Bentiuck, Earl Roseborrv ; i-orel Byron, cousiin of the poetjr Sir J. B. Gibson, Sir Henry Fl^yd, Sir Richard Digby Neave, Rev. Dr. Tvlman, General MildmHy Fuue, Lorel Cardigan, Rov. Dr. Lee, Re\ . John Healy Bromby, tne oldest clergy man in England, the father iff the Bishop of Tasmania, and of Dr. Bromby, of the Mi-l- bourne Church of England Grjammar School.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

BIRTHS.     CAMERON. — At her residence, Stockton, on the 14th inst., Mrs. ROBERT CAMERON, of twin daughters. LASHMORE. — On the 14th inst., the wife of Mr. W. LASHMORE, Hunter-street, of a daughter. HARVEY. — At her residence, Honeysuckle Point, on the. 4th inst., Mrs. THOMAS HARVEY, of a son. The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1868.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ANOTHER CAWARRA WRECK COMMITTEEMAN.—It is     not necessary. The writer of that letter has been proved a "liar of the first magnitude" so often that any at- tempt to reform him would be utterly futile. He is beneath contempt, and we can afford to let him lie on. Give him rope enough, &c., will eventually come true in his case as it has done in the cases of many others like him. We had rather not insert your present communi- cation unless you append your real name to it. WILLIAM RICHARDSON.—Your letter is unavoidably held over till our next issue.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

NEWS OF THE DAY. The English mail, via Suez, arrived at Ade- laide on Tuesday last. The full telegraphic summary of news will be found on our fourth page. The notorious Thunderbolt has again put in an appearance on a station near Tamworth. He was seen by a man named Cook, looking for a horse. He does not appear to have committed any fresh robbery. The Tamworth and Goonoo Goonoo police are reported to be in search of the bushranger. It certainly is not creditable to the police of the Northern District that this scoun- drel has not been captured long ago. It is to be hoped the present chase may prove successful, and that, ere long, one of the last of the bush- ranging mob may be brought to justice. The two men, Barnes and M'Evitt, who were convicted of murder at the last Bathurst Assizes, continue to assert their innocence. Both men are well behaved, and neither of them have given any manifestations of fear since their condemna- tion. Their plea of innocence in the face of the evidenc...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., and C. F. Stokes, Esq., J. P. Violent assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and C. F. Stokes, Esq., J.P. Violent Assault. William Henry Smart was brought before the court, in custody, charged with violently and unlawfully as- saulting one Thomas Morgan, at Newcastle, on the 13th instant. Thomas Morgan, on his oath, said : I am a miner, resi- ding at Honeysuckle Point. About three o'clock this (Wednesday) I was in my bed, and a stone came in right through my window. I went downstairs to see what was "up." I saw the prisoner there. I asked him what   he was doing there, and what he wanted to throw a stone through the window for. He said, " — you, I lost some 13s. 6d. here about 10 days ago, with some bad women." I said you have not lost it with me ; I have been here only five days. I told him to hook it out of the place as soon as he could. He would not do so. I rushed on him to get him off my premises, and there was a struggle between us. He got me...

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A CHAPTER CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

A CHAPTER OF CRIME. On Wednesday last, reports the Yass Cou-   rier, a young woman, twenty-five years of age, named Isabella Reid, was escorted to town and confined in the gaol here en route for Goulburn, having been sentenced by the Bench at Wagga Wagga to three months' imprisonment on failing to find sureties to be of good behaviour, her conduct being that of an imbecile rather than of a mad person. She is a native of the city of Goulburn, and there are circumstances connected with her life of a painful interest. Her mother, whose name is, or rather was, for she has contracted a second marriage, Catherine Reid. She resided at the time of her first marriage in Goulburn, and after the birth of a son and daughter, the diggings at Califor- nia began to attract the attention of persons in this colony, and amongst those who emi- grated thither was Catherine Reid's husband. He did not return until many years after, and in the meantime his wife formed an intimacy with a maste...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. OUR MAITLAND LETTER.—We beg to draw the parti-   cular attention of our readers to a new feature in to- day's issue of the Chronicle, in the shape of a news loiter from Maitland. The article in question is com- municated by a well-known literary gentleman residing in West Maitland, and will, we have no doubt, be perused with interest by many of our constituents. We have made arrangements to receive these com- munications regularly, as well as ordinary correspon- dence from several new places. THE COAL ARCH. — The triumphal coal arch, erected on the Government wharf, on the occasion of the visit of his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh to our city was, on Wednesday, taken down, and the material of which it was constructed, with the exception of the wooden work, sold, the purchaser being Mr. Winship, of the A. A. Company. The arch contained upwards of one hundred and fifty tons of coal, and we have been in- formed that a portion of the proceeds thereof is ...

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OUR MAITLAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

OUR MAITLAND LETTER. In the January number of Chambers's Journal there is a very interesting article on reporters, from which, by the way, you gave a brief extract in the last issue of the Chronicle. Among other amusing anecdotes in the article in question, there was one told of a frightfully eager reporter who was always on duty and never forgot his mission. One night he was roused from his slumbers by a noise on the door-step. His alar- med spouse compelled him to descend and to see what the matter was, and on opuening the door, he discovered a man across the threshold in a fit. " Mary, Mary !" cried he to his better half, "bring my notebook and a candle directly; here's a paragraph come to the door." At present every thing is so dull, "stale, flat, and unprofit- able" in the two Maitlands, that I question whether even this gentleman would find any thing worth reporting. Business is quiet, exceedingly quiet, I am told, and almost every person one meets has a care- worn and anxious...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 16 May 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. WARATAH.           Matters at Waratah have gone on swimmingly and well during the past week, notwithstanding the statement of one of your correspondents to the effect that the coal trade had been slack. So   far from that statement being true, we have     never seen the trade better. It is work, work, every day, an early start and a late leave off ; and the export of coals from the Waratah tun- nels during the past fortnight must amount to something enormous. As regards the coal trade of New South Wales, we learn that from 700 to 800 tons are daily brought out and shipped.   With this state of things everyone is of course     pleased and satisfied to work hard early and     late. We have therefore neither time nor con-     sideration to grumble abo...

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