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THE LATE MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AT THE RAILWAY WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

THE LATE MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AT THE RAILWAY WORKSHOPS.   The melancholy accident to young King, re- corded in Wednesday's Chronicle, has terminated fatally— a result which was feared from the first. As intimtited! in our notice on Wednesday, the case was by no means considered a hopeless one on Tuesday night. We have learnt since that the unfortunate young man remained in about the same state until Wednesday night,   when a change for the worse set in, which con-   tiuued up to the hour of his death, on Thursday evening. An inquest on the body was held the   same night, at which the following evidence was adduced :- John-Boyd, an engine cleaner on the   Great Northern Railway, stated that he knew the deceased James King, and was working with him on the evening of Monday last. About half-   past nine o'clock the deceased asked witness to pull his engine out of the shed where it was   standing. ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle, The
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BRUTAL AND MURDEROUS ASSAULT [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

BRUTAL AND MURDEROUS ASSAULT NEAR THE BOREHOLE.     Our impression of Wednesday contained a brief   report of a murderous attack by a man named   Craig, upon his wife, on New Year's Eve. Owing   to the lateness of the hour at which news of the affair reached town, we were precluded from giving more that a mere mention of the assault in Wed- nesday's paper. We proceed no to give full parti-   culars, as gleaned from the injured woman herself, who was visited by our reporter on Thursday evening. Mrs. Craig's account of the affair is as follows:—   My husband went to work on Tuesday, last at the [us]ual hour, returning home about three o'clock in [the] afternoon. He was then quite sober, and no [un]pleasant words passed between us. He went in,   [and] after cleaning and dressing himself he went out, [goin]g in the direction of the Borehole. He returned at dusk, and on getting up to t...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

? Hri'i'us * «?.!?.?. :..-v;!. .'?;._? [?] HH [?] was tne aciuai »««''^* ----- «rhen'it ;„ recollected [?] mmm ^l^^S^. B° AT^n^theViBouly | SuSi schools i. taken into con.|deration. ™ «: ? „„ to^ _Th««r that, on Saturday last, this gentleman, who is manager of the Lambton colliery narrowly escaped bein-? veryseverely and daugefotaly hu/t. It' appears that. Mr. Oroudace was standing close to. a. waggon that was underthe .crien' gettiV filled with coal, .and giving orders *or a piece of brass which had gone »nto the waggon to be taken out; jultTt the same time something & took his attention] and causdd him. to torn on one side. While so1 Atinding, a larga piece of coal descended tne screen wiut &°a' ?',, -?- ?--*-. r j over the waggon, which was nearly filled, and, just mTssingMr. eroudabe..\The lump of coal being a, Srieone, if it had Sruttc Mr. Orondace, the chances wfeawouW have *en|culed on the spot. . , Early on Tuesdry raining we had several slight Bhfwew of raui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

Holloway's Ointment and Pills— certain remedies for Sore Legs. — Mr. Johnson, Chemist, of Grent Howard-street, Liverpool, informed Professor Holloway, that Mrs. Jackson, residing near his establishment, hud suffered many years with an ulcerated leg, during which time ahe was applying remedy after remedy without any permanent benefit. Conse quently, u a last resourco, he recommended her to try Hol loway's ointment and pills, and these medicines have been tho means of completely healing her leg to the great satis faction of herself and others, who had considered it inourabl*. JTlfi-N OH . MED 10 1 N E 8 ,' PBEPAEED BT , '? . & R I M A V L T.A N D CO., Chemists to H. I.H. Prince Napoleon, Paris. These different medicines represent the most recent medi cal discoveries, founded on the principles of chemistry and therapeutics. They must not be confounded with secret or quack medicines, as their names sufficiently indicate their composition, a. circumstance which has caused them to...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

BRITISH ANB FOREIGN BIBLE - i - . SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Newcastle Auxi liary of the above Society was held in the Court house, last eveniug, J. Corlette, Esq., J.P,, in the chair. .The attendance was rathtr- larger than.it. was last year, but still very much smaller thau it ought to have been. . .The Phairman,- in.! opening . the proceedings, Btoted conciseiy the' business to be brought for ward, expressed the pleasure it gave him to pre ? i _ «_. ? _._,!...?& .nnn.il tvtojkrinr* ann nniV^fi 1Jni«.ti 91Up'»v ttllUtUOt- auuuni mwvwg) »-??-. —- _? ? the operations of the Auxilwy during the en«up ingyear would be more proajierous than they had! been in the year that was just ended. He referred in terras of special praise tptht) exertions of the ladies in collecting, and conclude^ a brief address by calling upon 'the rev. secretary to- read i the annual report ^ . , ? . TheBev. Mr.- Pritohard then read a lengtby, bht deeply interesting report, a aynopBisof whiob wil...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE WALLSEND TURN CLUB'S DEFENDERS. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

LETTERS }4 THE EDITOR. THK WALL3ESD TURF CLUB'S DEFENDERS. . To tlie Eifitor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sia — Your iasijK of tha lat lu^t. ^uai,.t..ur..n..w,. -u,-.««. who signB himBQR 'Justice.' He commences by Conning, tho one writtejf for D. Jones as 'miserable scribbling.' i nm sure I i_fn glnd Wallseiid possesses a critic, for. tronr1 thenoe I beWeve it emanates. He appears to bo at a Ioiwto reoonoilcal wording with common sonse. True, it U meant ironioallPPnor does ho understnnd it otherwise. If he can clear tho Wnllsund a (swards from «11 ituputation und censurs his crfurse was to do so. I think' the letter in question has don« something by way of exposure. I can tell him nior* tb^m one hnvo expressed astonishment nt the foggy undue- . aihnding of the horses, as shown by the stewards— nh ! am from man or consiaeraDie tun experiunce. -y nen uui n« urn. itlius fur, I conBiiler Jones was justified in doing us lie did. Moreover, it holds out no inducement to hotie-fanciora, for ...

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THE WARATAH ATHLETIC SPORTS To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

THE WAVLUiXK ATHLBMC SPORTS ?-,?''' To theEcStor^the Newcastle Chronicle, ' Sir— Your inseitmiroT this letter in next \Vedne»d*y's paper will greatly oblige. I send it, knowing that your columns are ever open /to ? expose abuse and ? un fairness. In this transaction the Waratah commit tee have given proof of their unfitneBB; or some thing worse. They say in your Saturday's paper, Jan. 4, it was rather tedious work handicapping. For my purt I d.o . not think it: I believe it was cut and dried before tktv weM to Mr. Catea's.' I seen tho hiuidicjipping in j^sfmrt issue, and it appears tofme to be a one sid|^f|OTfr7 far if tl)oy hud handicapped the men uponth|_MMiweinerits, it would have, boon something credl^itoffiut aa it is it gives great dissatis faetion_^T{|iei«si(|rsevornl parties that has not got justice. I img|-^f*Jfrtureto aay that J. Arnold has Rot more than his ' 'due,' and as for J; Hill, the Wnratab pet, lie him any amount of. favour .shown Kim, aud has proved himsolf befor...

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Non-payment of Wages. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

Non.naument of Waaem. Jnnies Evan* v. the Co-operative Company. — No appear ance of oomplainunt. Professional coiU against defendant, £2 2s. ?

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THE CAWARRA MONUMENT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

THE OAWARRA MONUMENT. . ' To the Editaf of the \ ewcastte Chron iele. Sir— ^Nearly two years ha* passed since the ill-fated and splendid Cawarra, steamship, was wreoked in our harbour, almost ut our very doors ; und yet, up to the present time, not a single shilling, so far as I urn aware of, has ever been raised towards the publio memorial, which, wus. to be erected 'over the grave of the unfortunate fellows who perished by that terrible calamity. ' How' much longer is'. this stigma^ for suol) it is,, to refrupon the-city? Where^ may 1 4BKi is tho oommittee tlilt \*iis appointed to canvass for subscrip tions, of which, if I aflstake not, the Rev. W. Bain was the leorutary ?. . The mfttor __as put off for a few months, on account of the floods', ?Wreaurely it might have been .taken up before this, if tbe committee had had any desire to do so, which 1 am disposed to think they havo 'noli. Perhaps, .sir, you will be good enough to try and wake the popple up in reference to this adBjjc...

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THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

TMB VOLUNTEER REVIEW. ? . . To the : Editor of the NexeautU Chronicle. Sir— Let praise be given to those to whoni honor is due. Our gallant capUrTi and officers of the brigade oHloo have wisely proclaiufd th_kdeoree, that to visi^ head quarters tbe volunteers Vowfi'this part should tiavel freo. . Some .ttu'nk. it is a distinguishing mark that priyutes and office:* should be apart,' that the officer's lustre should not be dimmed, and their dignified station still kept in mind. Tbe distinction i* small you will find in tho sequel, but 7».Jidr Siake* pdrotes and officars'equal.— Your*; &c, \tt0r^ AN ARTi-LEBTOAN.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS JAN. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

IJUPPINQ lNtEL.t-K3JENCE, -? — ? * ';.:?! PORT OF H E WCASTLE. £? - ??' ARRIVALS . ^**X'i ? ? ? .-:?-: :y&~ jam. 4. ? _: .. ' ?? ? . ifton (?.), 213, Creer, from Sydney. W. X. HoUuMi '. ? - 1 '' ' Jam. 5. ? ?'? - ? . : ? ? f kelle, trig, 260, WUHfci, from Wellington, 2Ut ult, ? !?. Why to, agent. ' '? ? v .: } _? ? !?! Jam,i& ??.-'. ? ioniv *ob., 13, NicboUon, frem Melbourne^ 2nd imt ^m ' t Grierson, Agent. *?» .-? ' ? (over, brig, 173, Ferguson,'lroOT Nelwro, 24th nit. Cap ? [agent ? tiannah Cutbbcrt («.?.), 170, Unir, from Sydney. W.v, ? iocbhe*d, agent. ' t ' ? Ulina (s.), 181, from Sydney. W. K. Lochhead, agent. ? Und City, bq., 402, flSaid«on, from Nelron, 34th alt. ? }. Wallace, agent. f3 '? ? m ; Win-, ihip, 662, BUnchJfom Melbourne, 2nd imt O. ? riton, agent. ' '? ? lanter, bq., 262, Lowrie, 'from Melhourne, 27th init, ? ;H50 tons salt. K. H. prierson, agent. ? ? rkdy Alioia, briR, 182, Mitchell, from Melbourne, 2nd ? :' (. A.- Hogg, agent. _j» . . I | faro (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

J^i^/;-NEWOASTLE CHRONICLE, ' * -1/?%** '^ PUBLISHED EVERT x ^WWd^SSDA Y and SATURDAY . f'^ . TERMS OP SUBSCBIPTION : '-.--?' Paid in Advance ? 5s. 6d. per Quarter. Booked. ? . ? Oa. 6d. do. do. Single Copies — 3d. each. The NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE has now heen established upwards of Ten Years, and has the largo circulation of nearly TWO THOUSAND copies per week. . HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM' NAVIGATI0M-j9MPANT. STRJM rfS^YDlV EY. The CITY OF NEWCASTLE Captain Suhmerbeu, TUESDAY nnOWUKDAY inorninga. The MORPETH, Captain Budd, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Morning3. .. GEORGE TULLY& CO., Agents. Hnnter River New Steam Navigation COMPANY. i TO SHIPPERS AND PASrfEVGERS TO AND 1 from the quyrEK. npHE OircumstT^oes under JL'. ^liich this' Company wa#started are well known ?. to sOip'poris and the undHpared trusts that the publio will bbnHnue to. support 18ml enterprise by directing ' their shipments to, and using their influence in favour of, the NEW COMPANY. . ? F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Newcastl...

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AUSTRALIAN BEEF AND MUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

;., :-AUBXR ALlW* BEEF AND, MUTTO^: The e»d of thJtrj^serable resource of our over ?tocked cattle owners, ' boiliiig-down,' is foretold TiyTniiny events now occurring.- For years it has .iee'a la'thorn in ;the; aide; of) Auatoilia, t(iat, how .everAher flqc&.^iud herds . might ..nouriah, her{ prosperity did not k^p up a similar pace of pro-' jpfepgion. Cattle mwedera and aheepowners have often met with sore diaappointmeats ixutHe colo ontt&markets, and have, ia despair, h^ro obliged to turn to boiling-down a3 theohlyiU^na whereby 'they might realise a shade of protjt^or even secure themselves against ruinous Jopdf Whilst tbishas be had here for five ab/ffings, : and less, a head, 'and cattle were changing hands at a. ridiculous /figure, in Great firiMui the very revewe was pre vailing. Therev^fora ninepence to one Shilling was the pricejfer pound for beef, whilst in Aus tralia it miakf be at a penny. The extraordinary ;distririuUua4y in the two prices led many to puz...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY—Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

LITESTl nWll I ?'?'.-'? C E; tKoif qkkviiiLk's tklbqkam company. ; SYDNEY— Monday. A. ooUisibn'ocourred thw morning near Newtown between the goodsi*r»in from Sydney and the down passenger train f roki Parramatta. Mr. Falkiner, a free-seleotor, froinitfudgee, and the brother of the Newtown Btation-matfer, was ruu oTer a'Jd killed in attempting to escSpe ijeva. the train. . he folio w- init Uarties,' amongst lotttlrs, were injured, bat not senously «o :— Mr. Hislhip ; Mr. Yarnton, D. 0. Bemstrar ; Mr. Owen, of Petersham ; Mr. Phillips, of the Bank of New South Wales ; Mr. Miller, auo-. tioneer j Mr. Soott, ironmonger ; Mr. G. Rattray, accountant ; Mr. Berthonand Mr; Armytage, of the Publio Works Department ; Mr. Dolman, of the 'Freeman's JourwJL office-; Mr. Underwood, of the 'Lands Department } Mr. Howison, and Mrs. John Bmith, of Parramiitta ; Mn Muir, of the Treasury ; Mr Adams, of the Joint Stock Bank ; Mr. Ray mond, of the Union. J*ank ; Mr. Halloran, the Under-Secretary ; Mr. 'G...

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Wages. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

Wages. James Kirkaldy v. Frank Beaumont, for £32 wages. -No nppearauce of cither party.

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ANOTHER LAMENTABLE BOAT ACCIDENT IN THE HARBOUR. TWO LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

ANOTHER LAMENTABLE BOAT AOCI 'DENT IN THE HARBOUR. , r- ? t -.. - ? T\VO LIVES LOST. - Another distressing boat accident, resulting in_tho death of two men, named Edward Bunn and Archi bald Hill, happened on Saturday Might last, by tho upsetting of a boat iu the harbour during tha huavy squall which bur^t over the city about ten o'cluck. ? that evenini/. Tlie full particulars' in connection ? with this melancholy acciduat will be* gleaned from thu fnlliiwinir uviilitiiRA irivtmtit th^ nnriinH^Fiinniiftaf held yesterday morning, before Dr. Pierce^ at tho ' Market Wharf Inn, Market-street. ^ f ; .-. John Bier said : I nm chief mute on board the liiuquc Tioii ^ Tain. I knew thedeceased EdwardBunu, who was im ulilc- '\ :. ?;; bodied seaman on board our vessel. Hast saw the deceits ?d ^.. alive about hulf-pikst ten o'cluck on Saturday night ; ho wiia then quite sober. I have suen the budy lying in tlta shed at the rear of this hnuxe, nnil recognise it an that of t hu man Burnt; I identif...

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A FEW HINTS TO MAYORS, COUNCIL CLERKS, AND RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

^«wss^^0^OTN0IL (Tr-mti*Ber-dd,J*n-S') The Municipalities' Act ***.%%£ Z ? fi I Dy xo-murrvw .«« _— ? — WoiImIa T- ' of -aU pereons ...;n,in tVi« municipality, ana *iau» ?» ..__. '!'''' ,, «J a subseauent proviso invne ,o»-'° isToniy fiwrJs.-^ SS?1£S MM 'EMi ''notifv. by public advertisement, in some [?] JTon' 56 Kive no be ofauch claim or Wefction according tog-Jemln forms prescribed by . thp Ac-. IMorms8 of claims and objection are not actually provided there will, we presume be a^copy or^copies of- the Act at every place whae a niuriicipal »»t lies for inspection,- so that JW 7I& or objectors may have no difficulty.- All par-, ffi'having'-a rigH to eurotoent jfconld inspert the list and put in their claim Jf omitted, for they will have no other opportjjlffty of doing so of rates now, are, tnereipre, »yP whuid f~ .t«'?- r-rz may by some new arrangement with their landlord brtenant, as the case may be, become ratepawrs ml the interim. It willmot -Jp. torely upon the. olyujc...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. PouNDKBrftEH— Tho appointment of poundkeeper of tho uJhlic pound, at UejUiiim, was grantod by the Bench SfMivgistrates, oii^riday, to Mr. \V4Hia1n Bruco Fe'iwick. . ? F , j .» . AudTiojfBBtt-s rtiopsE.-Thp flench oMKagjjK LiunNSE8.-»-0n Tuiadav. the Bench of Magistrates consisting of'MussraMtl. Scott, Banjo* Hanuell, and E. Parnell, -granted auctioneer's lironses to Messrs. D. T. Uishop and W. T. Boyce, ai* a slaughtering license to Mr. Harvey, of the Folly, Waratah. District Court. — The following notice appears on the doors of tho Court-house :— ' The next Dia trict Court will bo held in tho Court-house, on the 4ch day of February, and the 22nd of January is tho last day for tho issue of plaints.' South Hbad.— The time is now fast approaching when every ctt'urt will be made to secure tho very first vitnv of the Galatea and the Duke of Edinburgh. . Balconies and stands will soon be in demand, in all the streets through whiohthe Duke will pass but enterprise is not conf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

Three P^o KCedals— Paris, 1867* * -?**, PICKLES, SAUCES, JAMS, &c. [,' « (Free from Adultkiimion,) Manul'ao. r jpS tured' by' C R O S S K and BLAC 1C W tt I, L, 'f 5, Purveyors to the Queeii, SOllO-SQUAUE/LON. r aW DON. / r ' int CROSSE andflPliACKWEE J*al»Aell-known ; Vj ' Mamif*ctur«i-areXb.taiiinblefiom ivivvresueataiila ProvisionlDAle/in the World. m ?'?? , ? Purchefee/tj yiionld see Ah* ' «y nre aiipplied ; ?' '~wv*-o_ AJLBMieiiuine JaoU* Vtfi lhat in£ei4of ai» . ,~ tides are|iot|Pw«~. IS JLJ- 7 ? ? - - ?'? To lns»e *oroi-gl- %ylly(e3om* ;ss, theit Picklei are all p|ep*d in Pu« Malt \ incgu, boilsO m Oak VatL by means ofTlntir.uni'Kteam Loili, hii4 are preciRly similar in quality to those supplied. by them for use st - * ??** HER MAJESTY'S TABLE. . . C and B. are Agents for LRA nnd PEHftlNS- T« CELEBRATED WOUCIWTKRSH I UK SAUCE, ? and aie manufacturers of every description of OU,f y-i men's Store' of -he higheat quality. ? ? J ? ~~ ? i ??h AWAUNING. T\O YOU SUFFER FROM ...

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A LADIES' CRICKET MATCH AT SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

A LADIES' CRICKET MATCH AT SOUTHAMPTON. ? From the Sporting Life, Aug. 28. The fun which was expected. to tuise irom the match 'at Southampton, between two elevens o£ the Ladies' Cricket Club from ..the New ForestJ was completely spoiled by the wretched weather.T It was originally announced to be played on the Antelope Ground, and the greatest possiblo inte rest was excited In the event, an interest which iwas increased' rather than otherwise by the an* nonncement that the locality had been changed to I Abbott's-park, at Portswood, in consequence ot a peremptory prohibition to its coming off at the A n telope being issued from the rectory of the parish of St. Mary, the most lucrative living in Southamp ton, and the income from whioh fi chiefly derived I from the Deanery lands, of which the Antelope (ground forms part. Some few Approved of the prohibition, but the majority looiced upon n aa a^ attempted deprivation of a day of rare amusement. | Little knots of people were engaged in ...

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