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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS, Mat 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

sSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. Mat 15. Anita, ship, C54, Turcan, from Melbourne, 8th inst. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. Duke of Edinburgh, b((., 470, Muthewa, from Wel lington, 2Cth ult. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. . Mat 10. Bullina (s.), 200, Crcer, from Sydney. W. K. Locli hend, ngent. - ' Grafton (s,), 213, Maidcs, from Sydney. W. K. Loch heail, agent. . y Briton, bq., 4p2, Begnell, from Melbourne, 8th inut. Captain, agent. V '? * Kudinn, ship, CC4, Blanch, from Wallaroo, 2nd inst. G. Itowinon, agent. Salaotte, ship, 1357, Davis, from Melbourne, 7th inst. R. B. Wallace, agent. May 17. Camilla, bq., 375, Tucker, from Wellington, 20th ult. O ' Robertson, ageut. '? Exoniii, sch., 192, Nicholnon, from Adelaide, 4th inst. G. Howison, agent. Mat 18. Blackbird (»*.), 541, Sawell, from Sydnoy. 'H. U. ' Wallace, agent. ? Ben Nevis, brig, 257, Kinmond, from Adelaide, 4th inst. Captuin, agent. Mat 10. Dandenong (b.s.), 557, M'Grath, from Sydney. W. H. Whytc. agent. ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. PIT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. rSOM OUR OWN C0RUE8P0XDESTS. PIT TOWN. Accidests. — On Wednesday last; n miner, named Thomas Jones, met with an accident, hy which ho had his log broken. The accident hap pened in tho follow Us mariner : — After having holed or undermined tho coal to a buck or fac ing, ho commenced to cut the Bido, and whilst cutting, his lamp went out; he, therefore, at tomptod to go to tho other aide of tho board whore his ma to was working for tho purpose of procuring alight, but 'while doing ho tho coal cama ovur on him. His mato ran for assistance nn hnnt Iir r-nnlrl — flin hIho having his llL'ht T)llt out by the wind caused by tho fall of coal)— and when it cumo, procured the unfortunate man's release. — Another accident happened on yostor day weak, by which a young man, mimed James Kobcrtson, got Severely injured, having had two small bones of his log broken, with some of his ribs, besides being othern ise bruised. This ac cidaat ulso happened by a fall of coal coming upon him....

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EXPERT OF COAL FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

FXPDRT OF COATj FOR THE MONTH. Tho following is a return of the export of coal byj the different companies from Newccstle, since tho lasF mail ? — ? ? ? Per Lambton Company, 14.155 tons j Waratah Com pany, 19,309 tons; A. A. Company, 13,922 tons; Will send Company, 12,212 tons ; Minmi Company, 4,4!-9 tons ; Co-Operativu Compuny, 907 tons ; Burwood Com pany, 5,Hil tons ; New Lambton Company, 2,325 tons. Totul,' 09,590 tons. Of tho above quantities 19,622 tons wore sent, to Syd ney, 22,471 to Melbourne. 305 to Goelong, 1,237 to South Australia, 2,210 to Wallaroo, 30U to Nap-or, 5,053 toNow Zealand. 915 to Hobart Town, 1,570 to Shanghai, 4,390 to Hau Francisco, 312 to Brisbane, ? 510 to Muuilo, I'M to New Caledonia , 0 10 to Batayia, 1 ,922 to India, aud for steamers mid hoineiconsumption 2.070.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

T71 « E N C H IU E D 1 C I N K S JJ 1'UKI'AltKD KY &EIMAU11 AND CO., (,'htniistii to If. I. If. J3rinte]\'»poln-n, Paris. . 'These different inoilicinox represent the most iccont meiliciil iliscovcrii'.s, fimuiled on the priuoi]ilcs of che mistry mill tliuriipciitic^. They must not be confounded with secret or iiiinck niediiiine.s, as their names siiHioi iintly imlicatu tlioii couinnmlion, u circumstance which W cuuseil tlioin to be iippi-coinlcd nml prescribed by the fiiculty in tho whole world. They \;idcly differ from those numerous medicines advertim-d in the public papers as able to cure every possible diseiise, us they me applicable unly to Imt h very few compluints. Tlie most stringent laws exist in l'rancc with regnnl to the k;i1o of iixidical pre[iamtion«, mill only those which Imvu tinder ijoiic an examination by the Acntlcmp oj Mtdirine. and hnve been pi u veil ellicticioiis, cither in (lie lyu.spitiilK. or in the practice of the first medical men, are authorised ...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SHIPPING. The following- ships have loft for foreign ports since last summary per mail, via Suet . — April 23.— A. W. Stephens, bq., with 605 tons coal, for Hongkong. April 27.— General Wyndham, ship, with 820 tons coal, for Sun Francisco. Alexandra, bq., with 475 tons coal, for Japan. April 30.— Stinulinr, bq., with 671 tons coal, for Hongkong. May 2J— Lady Alicia, brig, with 233 ton* coal, for New 'Caledonia. May 4. -Cecelia, ship, with 025 tons coal, forBatatio. Mny 5. — Susan Jauc, bq., with 2G0 tons coal, for Timaru. May C— Hesperus, brig, with 308 tons coal, forPetro paulovski. May- 10.— Lochiel, ship; with 835 tons coal, for San Francisco. May 11.— KronPrimen, ship, with 901 tons coal, for Hongkong. - » May 1!).— Clnnalpino, bq., with 500 tons coal, for.^ Putropaulovski.

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HONGKONG. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

—4 ? . — H O S (J K O N G . AimiVAr,. March 30. — Henrietta, from Newcastle,

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SHANGHAI. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

SHANGHAI. AIUUVAL9. March 3. — Tien Sing, from Newoastlo. March 7.— Neptune, from Newcastle. Marsh 14. — M. W. Sons, from Sydney. March 15.T-Laycnd, from Newcastle.

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OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE. The arrival of the University crews at Patuey is al ways welcomed with interest, and although the day (March 23) whs cold, wintry, and stormy, a large number of persons of every degree was assembled. The Cam bridge gentlemen— who are stay :*.j at Mr. Groombridge's, the Star and Garter— went out after partaking of a slight luncheon. ^Thoy were steered up against the early ebb by Mr. T. S. Egan. and old University oarsman, who has now a full opportunity of illustrating his principles of rowing, lie took; tnem at onco to tne Aimaiesex side, and they worked their way up to Mortlako against a most severe wind from tho westward. No crew could have been seen in their opening row upon a tidal river under more disadvantageous circumstances, but they stretched forward and got their water well at the begin ing of the stroke, oud kept good time, but their boat seemed to dip a little. At the first they were pulling thirty-two strokes per minute, with a rest upon t...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

ENGLISH* SHIPPING. 'AMIIVALft. March 1.— Strathnaver, and Agues Rose, from Sydnty. March 2.— Somersetshire! (s.), from Melbourne. March 3. — Salamander (s.), from Sydney; The Mur ray, from Adelaide. ' ? ' March 5. — Sarah 'G rice, from Melbourne. March 9. — Cambodia, from Now. Zealand. Maich 12.— White Star, from Melbourne. - March 14. — General Lei from Sydney. March 15.— Swiftsulxj, from Sydney. March 10.— Martha Hirnio, from Adelaide. March 17. — Lununkshno,' and Damacus, {rora Mel bourne. March 18.— Prido of the Ocean, from Melbourne ; anil Robert Dickaon, from Adelaide. March 24.— rHarmodius, from Brisbane. DEPdutTOUES.— From London. For Sydney. —Feb. 36. — Liberator ; March 2, Strathdon and Davenport; 3,' Bruoklay Castle; 14, Marquis of Argyle ; 27, Australian. For Mclliourne. —March 4, Northumbria ; 10, Sir W. AVnllnco, and Wimmera ; 21, Glen Coya; 23, Kent. For Brisbane. — March 5, Zcalandcr. For Adolaicle. — March 0, Evangcline ; 12, Caranyah. ? From Liverpool.. % For Melbo...

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BRISBANE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

JJ 111 SB A N E . AMUVAL. May 10. — Miss Kilmanscggo, from Newcastle.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

MELBOURNE. ARMVALa. May 14. --City of Adelaide (h.), from Sydney; an-1 Aldiuga (s.), from Adelaide. May 15. — Mercury, from Luunccston ; and Aborij;lnie, from the Richmond River. BEI'AIITUREH. May 14. — Tasmania («.), for Luunceston ; Yarrow, for Nnwcastle ; ami Geelong (s.), for Sydney. May IS.— Otugo(s.j, for Wellington ; Union, for New castle ; Scotia, for Rockhamptun via Belfast ; Spring bok, and Dandenong (s.), for Newcnstle -via Sydney. The now stoamtug Thetis #ot underway on Saturday, and Btcumod a short distance outside the Heads to meet tho mail steamer Geelong, arid accompanied her up tho lmrlioiir. The onginea worked well, and the veseel Main tained good speed. The Sarah Vilo. which has lately been trading between Brisbane and Adelaide, and last from Newcastle, arrived yesterday. Tho fine clipper barque Albert Victor, bolonging to Messrs. Boyd und C'urrio, lias been chartered to proceed from HobartTown to Western Australia, with the wives nnd families of those soldiers of...

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Tuesday May 10. 1868. Before Helenus Scott, Esq., P. M. Robbery with Violence. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

Tuesday May 10. 1808. Before Holemu Scott, Esq., P. It. liobbtru with Violence. Samuel Iiawrcnco and Joaoph Lnwrunce were brought up, ou roumnd, ohnrgeil with .assaulting mid robbing Jtmies Oveihlll, at Ntiwcmtle, on the I7tn init. Mr. Slater (for Mr. Keadett) appeared for the pruo nen. I Sub-Inspector Harrison deposed: I omuritted to itato in my foiuier evidence that the day ufter hhwarrest, Joseph Lawrence sent for nit to the lock-up- I went to him and he uslced me if I could tell him where the robbery was committed, und he would tell me who did it. I told him if he knew who did it bu ought to know where it was done. Ho said well, 'It was not me or my brother that did it, for 1 never raw my brother that night. I was in the bowling- ulley, and I did not know where my brother was that night. I saw the man that was robbed, iu the bowling-alley. 1 asked him if that waa nil that lie wanted to see me about, and lie said '?yes' I then went away. Uy Mr. Slater : When speaking to Joseph La...

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O T A G O. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

O'.T A te O . DEPAllTDUES. April 27. — Duko of Edinburgh, and Record, for New castle.

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HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

HODART TO W N . AIIRIVAL9. May 10.— City of Hobart (a.), .from Sydney; and Union, from Newcastle.

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THE PANORAMA AT THE COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

THIS PANORAMA AT TH& COURT H0JSE. On Saturday evening; last there was shown in public for the first time -either here or elstwhure — a panora mic exhibition, illustrative of the life anil adventures of James Merrill, better known us the ' Australian Wild' White Man,' and who, for a period of seventeen years, lived with the blacks in tlie northern districts of the neighbouring colony of Queensland. The panorama wot shown at the Court-houte, ami barring one or two slight drawbacks, almost inseparable from a first appeur ance,' the exhibition wiu- a decided success, the wh.ole auiUonee (which, by- the by, w:w a tolorahly numerous 0110) testifying by repeated and hearty applause, their warm appreciation of the varium views which passed iu succession before them. The curtain rose upon the first scene shortly after eight o'clock. The lecturer (Mr. Thompson) thereupon stepped forward and commenced to give a eonci.-K! account of the circumstances at tending thu early life and birth ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE LATE LICENSING MEETING. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THK LATE' LICEXSIXC! MEKTINO. To the Editor of the A'umtftlt Olirnaitlt. Sir— Will: your permission, 1 should like to offer a few remarks on the late liui'iiaiug meeting. I think that the thanks of the whole community (the publicans not exuepted, for they more than any other class 01 peoplu fall victims to the hiumicut which they follow) me due to our worthy Pohco Magistrate, in that he has acted his part so fearlessly mid conscientiously in ille matter. His public protest against the public-house system deserve.i to be held iu remembrance by all true friends of temperance, for, coining from such it source, and under such circumstances, it is of more than usual importance. It would appear by what Mr. Chambers s.iid, that the most vital question — is the house wante I or not — is, us u rule, entirely ignored by the Bunch (although lie knew of at least one exception, which I .shall mention before I finish this letter), and bu was alfocted with some surpiise to f...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Monday. May 18, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 18, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M., and G. Hewison, Esq., J. P. Drunkenness. John Archer, a very old offender, was charged with being drunk in a public place. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to pay a fine of 20s. or be im- prisoned in Maitland Gaol for a period of seven days. Breach of the Municipalities Act. Edward Perry appeared on summons, to answer the charge of removing soil from a public street in the   Municipality without permission. The Mayor appeared on behalf of the Corporation, and Mr. Joseph Chambers on behalf of the defendant. On the defendant being called upon to plead to the charge, Mr. Chambers rose and said he had instructed the defendant to plead guilty to the charge ; he had how- ever to plead justification for the act. The defendant had acted on the strength of letters he received from the Council and believed that he had a legal right so to   act on account of ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, Mat 18, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M.; and Messrs. Hannella and Hewison. Walter Webster v. Walter Taulor. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, MAY 18, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. ; and Messrs. Hannell and Hewison. Walter Webster v. Walter Taylor. This was an action to recover £4 1s. 3d., the costs of attendance at the Maitland District Court. The sum of £1 6s. was paid into court.   Mr. Chambers appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Melville for the defendant. Plaintiff being sworn, said : He attended the last Maitland District Court as a witness for the defendant. He was subpœnaed to attend by the defendant. He lived twelve miles from the court.   By Mr. Melville : I asked defendant for the money after the court was over. He never offered me 25s. When I asked him for the money he told me to go and   ask who told me to swear falsely for it.     Defendant being sworn, said: The plaintiff never de-   manded his expenses from me. He never asked me once. I never saw the plaintiff at Jones' house since the trial. Mrs. Jo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

Hor,r.o\VAY'.s Pilm, ii Fcortaiu curv for lipudrchea, bile, lnaa of appotile, mid lownrss of spirits. These pills can bu taken without (lunger from wet or cold, anil re quire no interruption of business or pleasure. Tliey not mildly nn the bowels, strengthen - the stomach, and promote u healthy notion of this liver, whereby they purify tile blood, clonnso the skin, braco the nerves, an I invigorate the whole system. They effect n truly won ilcrful change in u dobilitated constitution, iih they cre ate ii healthy i\)ii-etite, correct indigestion, remove bile, giddiness, headaches, mill palpitation of the heart. Plain directions for the uxu of thin inodioine, at oncu aa mild uml uflieiitlous, m affixed to wioh box. ROBERT MOORE, who left Auckland, with his son, Walter Moore, in the A. J. Badger, on May 5th, 1867, and was last seen at Newcastle, is requested to communicate with TYPD, care of Gordon and Gotch, Sydney. Any tidings of him will be thank-   fully received. 1036...

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TOMACO PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 May 1868

TOMAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL. Sir— I see in the Ensign, taken from the Empire, some questions put by Mr. Forster, and answered by Mr. Parkes, concerning the dismissal of Mr. Drewe, as teacher of the Tomago Public School. Now, Sir, we are told by Mr. Parkes that the new Schools Act works well. I will give you a few particulars about its work- ings in Tomago, for the good of the public. We have a board of local patrons, numbering three, (two settlers and a lady seventy-two or seventy-three years of age. Some time ago an inspector paid the school a visit, and, in the course of examination he asked the children which was a ewe or a wether a female sheep. They told him the ewe was, but he said the wether the female was and persisted   in it. I believe some of the children will remember it while they live. He left quite satisfied and gave a good report of the school. Some time afterwards he paid Tomago another visit to investigate certain charges made by some person or persons agains...

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