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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

HUN'TEl! !!iV !?'.!- NF.W RTF. AM XAV^JAjKoX (XIMl'ASV. ? - s'I'kmSi r-o s yd .v e y. Tho MOUPKm f!;tpin!!i Rfoii, ?SfONDAY ami The CtTYOPXKU'fiASTiyf f&rfciin Si-MVRBnKM., T (IKS DAY :i!it FBI DAY Kvpiuix*. HK'WJH TUf.r.Y i- CO., Ai;?-itp. -£-?%#?&§- Hunter River 5Te\v SteajQ^Wavigation Co. liETOiJiJirtcktSTS. FROM TinS/^DATH, KKTUKN TrOKKTS will b- i«u-'l.^-ilrtblo-r iiuk wmU, to paswiifron by nuy rf VinrfjufiSyrflS. Company'* Stcurugo ? l'.jf'. CKUKtiK TDLIiY & CO. Newcastle, R-b. 10, 18'W. .113 \ H- E. IT.JfJT. Ob. N O A C R '!' i ? P A S s/r XflER S d.Xn-.iu; of ss i!!iM.a' t?iiiyft..!viw of an jsxP7H)ir\-!:s, /?.y-v.-i.v.-ia-/ .ichfai* trip, VD AX/i ?*??',??? iM/si'hiYKV, TiiifyuKKxyniTrrniuY. m ir i-: ,st«\n!t;i- fninvETii *\\\ \e-.wo ? I JI-'WKTM V: fi.S/!i!i-l .\KV.-(.'A.STr.Ti on Sun- | iliv Jli.'iiin-r, ?_'!'i\i'i/;ri'. i'.n,...\l;;i! -V.- ir'rcr t).,.' nr- i rival u'l'i' !ii--'. u-iiV/-.-:,! *i..jli-!.i|., M'uCuuJ. .r.i\ j I-V.' Hi- v.Hi.v.ii.-i/V...

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NEWCASTLE MARKETS. (Corrected up to Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

.' NEWCASTLE MABKET8. (Corrected up to Yesterday.) Business, both wholesale and retail, has been.tole xably brisk this week, owing, to some extent, to the nrrivnl of a large number of vessels from various parts. Flour is firm at last- week's prices. MaUe !»? in good demnnil, in consequence of its being in active request in Melbourne, within tbs liufc few dayB. It is expootcd tbnt » doiraidornble rise will takn place in this artiolo before long. The Bottlers on the Hunter are, we under IsMtl^Mwt^sMMtAftjMttCJaicei^than^th'ose. at jr«. D^HHsi^^^Bl^B^BBflBB^BU^BlSBl^Bl^B^B^BB^BiB^MHHBBsl crcsse. At Bolwori-a, AVallalong* Hinton, and Miller's I Forest, there are aomewhut extensire stocks of uwi»e on hand. The ruling quotations are 3s. to 3s. Gd. per bushel. The latter figure U obtainable only for good saiupU-a. Salt is firm at £10 per ton. Tens, sujpirs, lanlinei, oiga», and pickles nre ttatiouaVy. On Wednesday and Thursday, Mr. J. 0. Bonariui sold at Mr. Fox's yards, twenty head of hom...

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COMMERCIALBAND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

COMMERCI.ILiAND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. The shipping trade since Thursday has been brisk, nnd tho harbour now contains n. larger number of vessels tlmn it has seen fora coiididuinble time. AV'c notice by our shipping report, thnt we have now in port not less than ten f iill-rigged ships, with nn aggregate tonnngo of about SOOO tons. The total quantity of eoul shipped during tho present wtck has been 15,088 tons, which is considerably iibovothe return for the previous week. Of this quantity 4858 tons were for Sydnoy, 1708 for Melbourne, 622 for Dunedin, 829 for Oparn, 338 for Lyttleton', 1G50 for Bom bay 30;%. for Hohnrt Town, 850 for AVallaro0i 337' for Sai'on. 800 for Wellington, 813 for Java, 350 for San Frntieisco, 134 for Hokitika, 200 for Shanghai, and 770 for stenmers and homo consumption. Export op Coai. from the Companies' Official B- sturns, for, the week ending 23rd May, 18(58 :— ' Port Ship'rei 5. | I | | | |«||. 4 » s s= v3 j^'Sjf jf_ Syrtnoy ? 827*710 713 302 704 1060 13...

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POET'S CORNER. SELECT POETRY. THE MOUNTAIN DAISY AT AN AULD DYKE SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

POET'S CORNER. SELECT POETEY. THU ?.rOT.NT.AlX DAISY' AT AS AULD DYKE SIDE. \Vw, gen tie Daisy, su-oot an' ftiir, . iiiy.i, v.«cl ye feint an' Itmui.sti thus, UiiKttc-lterwl, in the open air, On sterile soil '. --'or gariicnur'M Bkill, nor cottar's care, yjob ye iue wane. An' yet yo bloom fmc early spring, j/im;j cru tlm lnvVocl: inoniiU to stnjf, Till wiiitijr's bitter 'breezed bring Thu surly slt-et — liven then ye smile, vine, bonnie thin?, . AiiRutli oor feet. lit Hummer time, though toddlers tread, An' rant, ait' row, itboon yor huml, An' Ijluutiii* l.iniuiics niiik their bed L*{ion ycr hiemt j Ye neither -Joi t, nor -lro«;i. nor fade— .N'.i, nuu the lc-iist. In ptstnru park, or moorlnml wild, Vij'jc kiill ' fiiir i'loru's' Hwuetest child — Ayo iiecpin', iiiuilcst, niuok, un' mild, Wlute'er befu' ; Tito' lift Jit little liaii'U despoiled, Yo I»aar it a'. ' Wlinnr is thu iruin or woman noo, V.'Isen they were yoniig cuulil look on you, An' ime ui' ett^'itr fondness pa' Yt-r wee w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

JS . \ P A I N eJ i has just receivccta-y URs Hail, a low Copies of LEAVES FROM THBfJOURNAL OF OUR ?? LIFE IN THJfYlGHLANDS, . *Bx Hbk Hairst/tue (^ken, editod by ? AltTHUK HKHff. ~CAiJTiosrtX. ALL Parties are cautioned against in unv way TUKSPASSING on'tho property known u Lemon Qrovo, and it is hereby notified that ilr. Williim Harris, jun., is authorisod by us to prosocute any person or persons 10 trespassing. C. Si. IIAXCLAUD, RICHARD PKNiHifiBURT, Executors lo tlia Will of the lato Ann Clarke. Newcastle, 15tU Mny, 18(58. NOTICE IS BLEfifEBY GIVEN', Unit I will not 1-b rospcWsib!-i for any Debts contracted by Mr. J011N liOOK OSm Him -lato. / X ELLEN ROOK. Watt-street, NtwcAtlo, l9fc}( liny, 1S6A Ton Shilling^ Reward. T OST, a New^nuthAvnlcs Bank Receipt JlJ for £:'.U0, in favouK^Hr. James BiiiNErr. Any one finding the same «w»»o forward to Mr. J. BAlt 2JKTT, care of J. Pi/cbnrJrWJootmalter, 18, Bridge street, Sydney. / yV '£5 Roygrd. SUNDRY^ECEj/ol' TIMBER liavinR befin taken ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

ll E Gl S- T II E M A HI TIM B , INTEn.VATlokAL LliOi'B'S, rnVl K UNDKIiaTGNKI) WAVING | _fl_\Vji-'C'n appoiuti'd Ay^fit ut the I'^r^jBJiNV.ve.iJtle -^\ 'UEOISTJUK JlAIU'JMAp/ NX rsTKitN-Vi/osAil iWrni-s, is nowroflpp.tri'd hi Snm-y i-.iul ('insdvihipsol'tiilXatioiui on Ihe 1110*1 fuvoniMn Xj-iii.'. 1!. II. GHIKliaON, Siinit-Khvnt. R^?- N.U. -Thu nliovc lJpjristry i-i h,-in- largnly und generally nv.iilnd of, iind n e.)py nf thf naioe, for tlio prosent. year, can l»- inupculvil lit Air. Grici-.son's jr!i.;i-, ?Scott-strnct. ? 1117 SY D -\ f. Y 1 N H U It A N C K COMPANY. _ A OOKONIAL TliOI'WUi'l'AUY (with iWiWiiited lin \\ liility of/Kh-.trflK.lJ.-ii-.»( Xj Iii6uriimA^against i''LRH efl-icte.djtt/tiAtyboil Itatoj. Vj\ ALKXAXJ)l-:il/'lUWl$0N', Secretary. A AT ^VC4«\llV. ! 72L ? GKORGE JrjrTCH-K L L, Ajfnnt. ? mUTOlUA FI11.15 ANl) MAK1NB V JXSUJtAVd^ COMPA^t^ \ . KsT/ftfutsti-.n \ah^2^ Fornis^^jVppliijation ijftd iiii^liiNKinlSriiiiitioii may be wtnuuincd at tl(e()IJrei'\oii«U! AKenta...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

Mr. Stephen Mwsett, who gave &»*¥& , I ontortainmpnts in tho colonies *amt !rh ?!;?* ?go, wm iii Hongkong at tho date of »«« ;.. ture of ths wail. He is about to rsn»| \_ colanios professionally. , , . ij* ?& J»mos Otbort Darley, late inaddriwr.^ ; j-» ? Coom» and Mic*lago, hm boen comimn.' trial by tho Coouia Bench, f or liavintf «ft v , letter containing » cheque for £7, «now »*? - *Uwif th* iuu to hi* ovrn »«». . t.

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TERRIBLE SUFFERING. A MAN FORCED TO DRINK HIS HOUSE'S BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

TEBRIB3LE SUFFERING. A MAK FOECED TO DRINK HIS HOUSE'S BLOOD. . ? ? from the Ditb'iv Dr.imtch. ' The- following account of terribln suffering has been supplied u- by n Bourke correspon dent, who writes : — 'The report 1 to-day .send .you will serve to b1h»w what a man mav tndtive in these studio regions. 1 have had many cases of hardship to record, but this, of 2-U: W. B. Jiratlley's, of the linn of C'obb and Co., is certainly one of the most fearful I have uver .known. Mi;n have wrestled with the terrible agony and died, but since. I Imve Vjyeu on the river, no one lias gone through as much mid lived to relate the event. I shall nothing ex teuuate or set down, but as nuurly as possible tell the talr. a.s I liave gleaned it from the suf ferer himself. Ho suya: — 'i staited from Yandu, on the Darling, about the Dth of April last, with a buggy and two horses, for Gidyagn bnnibb, back country belonging to us south of the Darling, u distance of eighty miles without water. I had horses I...

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THE PETROLEUM LOCAL AT ANVILCREEK [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

THE PETKOLEUM EOOAL AT ANVIL CREEK From 2'ticixluyi's Mcrcttvu. Wo linvo received a letter of .tome length from; the Jlov. W. B. Clarke, respecting the recrmt discovery of petroloum-ciuinel coal at Anvil Creak. A small portion of the lettler refers to wlmt lias been published in the Mer cury respecting that discovery, and this por tion we gin; below. Mr. Clarke appears to . misluke what was reported on by us uh a disco very, vjannol-oonl, of excellent quality, jlms been furnished to the market for several years from Anvil Creek, no great distance from the site now made known. ' Cannel-coal, of equal quality, was produced months since close to thu spot now opened. But that petroleum or oil-bearing coal existed in the middle of the seam, was only made known, accidentally, by infj uniiij^nu ittyui^ unit; t.uu iutu wi uue uicvk., mid to persevering industry' and observation, )-y draining the bed quite dry, damming out any inlet of water temporarily, and working flown into the seam. That...

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IMPORTANT LAND SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

IMPORTANT IAND SALE. We direct tlie paitieulur nttention of our readers, especially those lcsiiliu^ at Wuratuh, Lamblon, Wullsend, mid Luke Macqinuie, to two important tros'erninent luutl sulcs, wliich are imnoimwil to tnke pluee tit tlio Court house, on Friilny und Saturday next, the 29th and 30th of May. We iind by reference to a dctuili-d description of tlin allotments to be sold, that they comprise tho following: ? Oa tlio lit-st -luy (Friday), seven country loU and forty town lots will be. offered for ctnnpetitina T!ie country lots me described an follows:— Lnts A nnd B are situated nt and near tlii head (if Doghnlu (Jreek, mljoininjf nnd near O'Donndl's fifty tit-res on tluitcivek, adjtiining the western boundary of Brown's two portions of 320 acres each, about eight miles wwtcrlj fuim Waratah. Tiiey eon tain 201 and '20 Hfiv» respectively. I^ot (i is nituaicd near the. left bank of Cocked- Mat Crook, about (jimvlet of a inilo vvesteily from the Wullisend Compa uj'h ioO rtou's...

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NEWCASTLE MAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

NEWCASTLE MA.Y BA.CES. Tlie following nre tbp ontrances for the above races, wliiuh como off on Monday next : — FIRST DAY. lUlMH Plxti.— Mr. Forban' be Mystary ; W. Har ris' ch g Sly Boots ; F. Lynch 'sb I Milbali ; Oornwnll'a b g Little llobin ; Guorge Young's ch m Princess ; Har vey 'b bl f Concert ; ' Jurdd's bl g Indian ; A. Bownnui'a bl g Tocal ; M. Scott's b m Cinderella. Publican's Purss.— W. Harris' ch g Sly Boots ; A. Loder's br h Tho Pitsford ; J. Gordon's b c Sir Henry ; W, A. Sparke's b g Fnugh-a-Ballngh ; Corwnll's b g Little Iiobin ; K. E. Jones' g m Devina ; G. Young's eh m Princens ; Harvey's oh n- Maid of Hinton *,A. Cam pbell's ch m Stranger ; A. Bowman's g ni Maritnnk ; M. Scott's b in Cinderella ; Paddock's ch m Palestine. Dckk op EuiNnuimit StiKRs. — W. Harris' ch g Sly Boots ; A. Loder's br h Tho Pitsfonl ; C. H. Koberts' Promise ; A. Bowmun's g in Maritaun. Hunnv SonnnT.- ? Mr. W. H. Whrte'a (junior), ch g Messenger ; John Grancy's g m Pioneer : J. Gordon'* b ...

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CRICKET. GRAMMAR SCHOOL V. GREAT NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

CKICKET. GUAIUMAK SCHOOL V. CHEAT NORTHEWI. f ;,'; A cricket nJutcli was coiniuoneodonlanaalji; day week, botA-oen tl:o above clubs, wlucli |;!;i minatod Ia3t Saturday (as will be seen D/l ;' score which follow^) in favour of the W™» 'f with six wickets to Jparo : — _ J ... Gmat North Enw Railway. — First Iw*Pa^' Bewick, b. Boil, 0 ; D. Wullworlf, run out, V,m p . Macmuli, U; I'. NiplJ, c. Niisli, 1 i VV. A»^.\\f 0 ; J. Martin, c. lioll, 3 ; \Y. Wiled, o. 0 «M**|! Bnvil, run out, 0 ; I). Puller, b. Bell, 0 j Job* *lf b. Glennie, 0 ; K. Fuyle. not out, 0. - Sn»i»W| Total, 40. ? Socunil Innings :— U. Bewidt, «.i«| ; D. Wallworfc, e. Bell, 1 ; Seale, c. Gleimie,*. 'A b. Glennie, 0 ; W. AduuiB, b. Glenme, 0 ; J-fl* ran out, 0 ; W. Wilea, b. Na«h, G ; J. B»)'V'3 5; D. Puller, l.b.w., b. Nuiib, 0 ; John »I»rti». '»T R. F»yle, it. Hull, 0. Sundries, 20. Total, «..« total,84. . nA UmiiMAE School.— Fir»t Innitigi :— a- »*j- ? Seulo, 0; \V. Brown, «. Fxyle, 0 ; J. Boll. &. ffi, A. Nas...

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PRESBYTERY OF THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

PRESBYTERY OP THE HdJTTER, ThU court met, pursuant to adjournmot, tit West JMaitliind, in the Presbyterian CWi there, on the 20lh inst. The following mm- ] bcrs wrc present : Unv. Jnines WJiite(wik* ,j rutor), llevds. Jamesi C'outls, James Bernie, ] Hubert Uoatf, Thoimis Slirlon, and WiftWa i (clerk) ministers, and ]\re.%srs. iMicltacl SwAJa ? j und James Thomson (ciders.) The minutes 1 of Uic last meeting were read ami continual. J A renort from the Ivivk-session at Wntad 1 was given in »nd approved of. The l'nsby- I tery agreed to place on record the reqiifciof I the congregatiou at Wallsend, to the efecl, I that the labour.sof the catechist, li-;v. Mr.G.L. I, Nairn, Im contined to Wallsend and ilinmi. I. TheKirk-session was also empowered tosilmi- i-. uister the Baci'iimoufc of the Lord's Sapper to /.-.? the members of the said congregation »s*)U j ; ?ah they may deem tit. Tho Kcv. Kobt'itBUn , a took his seat, as representative elder), fora -. the congregation afc'Muswellbrook, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

Important Notices. j 'VrOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Sub J_\ leribew, Ad,vertiiew, and th« publio jouerally, that Mr. JOUN CAXCEKON (Lite of th« Maitland Emipn) has taken tlio place of Mr. Edward Nuttyr, in this Oftif«, m COLLECTOR of MONEYS. Mr. CAMERON 1ih» alto full authority to rscaire Subscriptions and solicit AdrartitomauU «u ucoount of th» uud^riiiifuevl, from this date. UUGII M'DICKEN, Fropriatur, Ntwcaith Chrotitlt Chroniclt Office, Nstrcutln, 13th May, 1S6S. P.S. — The Proprietor of the OhrotwU takes this op portunity of rexpoclfnHy ur({in({ upon all parties trhoae accounts have boon lit a ruling for a leiisUmneil poriod, to nottlo them with as littlo dul.iy as possibln. Transfer of Agency. Mr. JASTES KILGOUH, Grocer, Hunter-street (near tho BauU of Australasia), has liven appointed AGKXT for th*. SALE of tho CIIltOSICLB, in the place of Messrs. Goodrich and Neve, of the same street. Ckmnicle ollice, May 15, 1803. , .

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

SALES, MEETIHflS, AHD AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY, May 28. Snlo by auction of sundry goodn, at the Market Wharf auction rooms, lit ten o'olock, by Sir. Boniuiui. ? SUNDAY. M»y 2-1. Services in connection with tho Baptist Association, ai WalUend, at eleven a.m. nnd hnlf-pnst six p.m. Funoral acrnion at tho Primitirc Methodist Church, Newcastle, at hnlf-pnst six p.m., by the llev. E. C. Pritchard. c MONDAY, May 25. Nowo**'0 (3r»y)'Knce». Anniversary of tho Welsh Congregation, in the Webh Church, Lnmbton (nuhlio meeting), nt seven p.m. Half-yearly meeting's of tho Baptist Association, At Cum? Meeting in connection with tho Primitive Methodist Church,' at Warntah, at ten a.m. and two p.m. Tea meeting at htlf-pnst five, mid a public meeting afterwards. TUESDAY, May 26. Grand musical entertainment in the Publio School, WurataU, ^Bajaat Mr. Hector's, Sugarleaf, fcy Ittwn, Broakw MHHiillfttinnHHiHi

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

NEWS OF TH£ 9AY. In our telegraphic intelligence of Wmlnesdny, there was nn item announcing that the Hon. K. Ciiue wm dcail. 'C4se'wj»a misprint for Cox. Tho gentleman in question wns u nicuiher of the Legislative Council, and diud »t Goulhuru on the 18ch instant. The him. gentleman wns seized with jmrnlyuis ahout \\ fortnight before that dnte, and gin lunlly dvclinod up to the time of his decease. . TheSydneypApeisofTucsilayliut, contained accounts of another fanrful illustration of the diro effects of iti toinpernnce. A woman named Julia Brooinc, who wns in the hnl-it of getting dninlr, on the ercninK of the 17th instnut, silt down to smoke before retiiiiig to rest. She was intoxicated at tho time, nnd by mine means or other (not di.icloscd ut tho inquest) she set herself on fire, and wns nearly burnt to death before the accident wns discovered. Another wntimn residing in the same house »mclt the fire,' nnd gave the n'lnrin. The door of the rouni in which thu (licensed elu[-t wan ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

A-Solenm Admonition to the Debilitated. DR. GEORGE FUEDKltlOK THOMAS ' Uconlintei.rtln.Km:.! CullVgcoF I'liysinian* Xoii ilon, ISO 1; .Mouiticr of tlii- Koyul Coll.!i,i! of SurA.w ' l.owloii, ISCi!), may In.- uonli'loiiliallv owsultpil citwj ' I pcr.oimUy or li.v lutlrr, -»ntaiiiiiig ii tuo of £1, injli 1 iwes « lion i!io awisiimcLMif si ini.t-xiviim i-i iiwmjs.irj ' f but o.-poc-hiH.v in Hh*c :iri--jii£ fiimi au emly nljiise of tfij !, I l.ms of nut-ii-i-. r-3ultiiitf in K'.; nf proon-alive power ? - or impotence iitrmi^h the iWiilitul«l roiiilitiun of tli« I ? orir.i!i-s --!' siNi.-Bititin. iK-miiiisin-.Js, ilitsliin^, cxhausib, : n .otui !«il i-missioiis, «»i).iiyiM\ iiu-ii-oi-y, want of euergy ' iivoi'UiH-o of fciciof.v. vruptiun.-i of Ilili shin, rhouuiatlc p:iinrf, iilcui-alinnt uf tin- iwmth uud throat, lossol'ths Itaiy, fiui-s on tli-; h'.v\. oul ir^--ttiuiit of IU-. j;!«uiW, auj ll vit h'.M comliticll uf tin.1 liloml au.l rccrutiui!.*. .)i-. Tlimiia-i u-oii!-l in,piv?.i .ip...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

DEATH.         CANN. — On the 14th instant, at her residence, Bolton- street, ELIZABETH, the wife of Mr. JAMES CANN,   aged fifty-seven years.   The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1868.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. SAEBATH DESRCRATION. To the Rditor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. SABBATH DESECRATION. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. SIR— Will you allow me to ask Captain Allan if he has the power to prevent steam being got up on the dropship on Sundays. On last Sunday week, I noticed that work was going on as usual at the dropship, which, in my opinion, is a disgrace to all concerned, and ought not to be allowed. Where is the Sabbath Observance Society that was going to do such wonders?—Yours       truly, OBSERVER. Newcastle, May 20th.  

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 May 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. ACCIDENTS.—Yesterday afternoon, about four o'clock,     a seaman whose name we have not been able to ascer- tain, fell down the hold of one of the vessels in harbour and sustained considerable injury, his collarbone having been broken, and several of his ribs fractured. He was immediately brought on shore, and, after being seen by Dr. Harris, removed to the hospital.—On Wednesday,     a man named John Marshall, met with a similar accident on board the Sea Nymph, but was not so much hurt as the other. He had, however, to be taken to the hospital. NEW YACHT.—A nice little craft has just been built   by Mr. Alexander Fraser, of Scott-street, to the order   of Messrs. Mullen and Corrick, of Maitland. The vessel in question is thirty-two feet in length over all, four feet three inches in depth, and nine feet six inches in the beam. She is clipper-built coppered and copper- fastened throughout. She ...

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