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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

IMPORTANT NOTICE ' To those Residing in the Bash. BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER makes bread light and digestible in a few minutes without stnndim* to rise ns with yeast. Pastry and Pud-diiiRa should never be mailo without it, as it renders them light and easy of digestion, and savos butter mid eggs. TESTIMONIALS : In answer to your request, I am lmppy to nny I liavn tested Uorwick's Daking Powder, aud it proves to bo very good, when proporly utsud. Yours, &c, J. 13. GUERIN, Head Cook. GovernmenfcHouBO, Sydney, N.S.W., l!)th March, 18B7 BOKWIOK'S I heroby certify that I have made a caroful analysis of BORWICK'S BAKING VOWDER. The ingredients are all of the purest/ description, porfeetly wholcsc-mo, well and proportiq^ably^iuixed, and will keep good in any climate. .ludeedj-a consider it a beautiful farina ceous powil*y aricr well qualified for raXAas bread, pastry; &c. v y , /jr. y CHARLES.WATTr^fci^HSfrCBomiit, Sydney, 4th llaA 1869f. ~' in/I/ I I have usg^^O&WICK'...

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IMPORTANT MEETING AT CHRIST- CHURCH SCHOOLROOM. PROPOSED ENLARGEMENT OF CHRISTCHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

IlttOSTAira MEETING AT CHRIST - ^ CnUECH'SCHOOLSOOM. . ' - PROPOSED, ENLARGEMENT OF CIIRISTCHURCIL .Oil Thursday evening last, a special and in flueritially-at tended meeting of the members of Chriatchurch congregation was held in the school-house, Church-btreet, for the purpose of considering what steps should be taken for the enlargement of the Church. The Rev, E. A. Selwyn occupied the chair, and opened the meeting in the customary devotional manner. The Chairman then- stated the business of the evening. ? He Baid he had called them to gether, to consult as. to -what steps it would be best to take in the mattter of the enlargement of .the present.church, or the erection of a new one. They must all feel that there -was great need of something being done — thai some steps . for increasing the church accommodation were necessary, but it seemed that there was great doubt in the minds of the people as to wlutt Bteps should be taken. And he must say that the subject was so difficult th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

BIRTH. BOGGIS. — On the 28th inst., at her residence, King- street, Mrs. ALFRED BOGGIS, of a son. MARRIAGE. WHITE — POPE. — On the 16th day of May, inst., by special license, at the residence of the officiating minister, Bull-street, Newcastle, by the Rev. E. C.   Pritchard, Mr. W. WHITE, Shipwright, Newcastle, to Miss F. POPE, of Waratah. DEATH. BURROWES. — On the 29th inst., at her residence, ELLEN, the wife of JOHN BURROWES, aged thirty-eight years.      

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, NEWCASTLE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, NEWCASTLE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. SIR.—Permit me, through the medium of your news-   paper, to acknowledge the receipt of fruit, confectionary, gingerbeer, &c., sent by Mr. F. Ash to the girls of the Industrial School, as a treat on the Queen's Birthday. The kindness of Mr. F. Ash was duly appreciated by all the girls, who wish him every prosperity and happiness for his liberal gift.—Yours truly,         AGNES KING,     May 26, 1828.     PROPOSED BALL.—It is currently reported that the committee of the late Newcastle races, contemplate get- ting up a ball in the course of a week or two. We have not had an opportunity of testing the truth or falsehood   of the report.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM c ? NAVIGATION COMPANY. ? t( S T {uf^T O SjYD 2VJS K. . Th« MORPETH/ Captain//BuM-T MONDAY and xne -v T_|rjRsDAYArojKiiHgs. Th« CITY OP NEWCASTLE, Captain Sumjierbeu,, a' TUESDAY and FRIDAY Evening. GEORGE TDIiLY & CO., Agents. Hunter Hirer New/Steam Navigation Co. B|!^irTic^w^~' * FROM TPIS DATE, RETURN a TICKETS will bo issued, available for ono w«ek, to paisengcw by any of tho H.R.N.S.N. Company's j first-class steamers, at the following rates :— Saloon .-- ? 25s. Steorage ? 15». g GEORGE TULLY & CO. p Newcastle, Feb. 19, 1868. ? 415 tfotice to Shippers to and from the Hunter AND MELBOURNE. I. ANY Goods SMnffed by this Compnny'a Ti Steamships, twfST forwarded to Molbourno, will bo delivered to tlio- '/ r — * - — - l YOU YANKS or hMHffiKONG fSTBAMSIli/sr jr ' ?» at the adjoining Wharf, with-it 4ny chargo for re moval, and goods from ifolbourno will be received in like manner. p. J. THOMAS, Manager, f Offices— Foot of Markot-straot. 30th Muroh...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY May 27, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Corlette, Charge of Assauting a Captain. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1868.   Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Corlette, Esq., J.P. Charge of Assaulting a Captain. James Robinson and William Burke, were brought before the court in custody, on remand, charged with unlawfully and violently assaulting one Benjamin Shaw,   master of the barque Ann, on the 24th inst. Mr. Brown appeared for the prisoners. Alexander Shaw deposed : On Saturday evening last, the 23rd instant, I was in the Yacht Club Hotel, oppo- site the Court-house ; Captain Harrison and Mr. Knight were present. Mr. Dalton and the mate of the John Nicholson, and some others whose names I don't know, and Mr. Maybin were pointed out to me. I am not aware of the time. I was sitting at the end of a table in a small room of the bar. William Burke (one of the prisoners) asked me for his discharge in the room when he came in. I told him that I could not give it to him, that I had paid his wages on Saturday a...

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THE TOMAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL. A YARN WITH THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

THE TOMAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL.   A YARN WITH THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE.   Good morning, Mr. Editor. Editor : Good morning, my boy. Where did you come from ? Boy : I came from Tomago. Editor : From Tomago, did you ? Boy : I did, indeed. Editor : I understand that there is a rum lot of people in Tomago. Boy : By Jove, some of them are rum enough, but they are not all so. Were you ever in Tom- ago, Mr. Editor? Editor : No ; I have not had the pleasure of visiting that renowned village. Boy : Well, then, I will briefly describe to you how it is situated. Tomago is a picturesque little village, situated on the east bank of the   Hunter, about nine miles from Newcastle. Tom- ago would be a delightful place to live in, were it not hemmed in on one side by a vast expanse of quicksand covered with scrub, and on the other by saltwater swamps, extending for miles ; and in the summer there is any amount of hungry mosquitoes to suck all the superfluous blood o...

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OUR EAST EAST MAITLAND LETTER, [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

OUR EAST MAITLAND LETTER. The remarks contained in my last with refer- ence to business of all kinds are still applicable ; therefore, I may commence by dismissing that topic. A conference, convened by circular, was held at the Mechanics' Institute, in this town, on Tuesday evening last, for the discussion of a very important and interesting subject. Your readers will learn the object of the conference from the circular in question, of which I subjoin a copy : — We earnestly request your attendance at a conference, to be held at the Mechanics' Institute, East Muitland, on Tuesday, the 27th instant, at seven o'clock in the   evening, to take into consideration the menus to be adopted to prevent destitute and neglected children from becoming part of the "perishing and dangerous classes." It is generally admitted that destitute and neglected children can become, by means of education and industrial training, good servants, good workmen, and useful members of society, and, ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOREHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. BOREHOLE. CONCERT.— On Wednesday last, a concert was given in the Mechanic's Institute, in aid of the funds of that institution. The performers were all amateurs, but they acquitted themselves re- markably well, and gave the utmost satisfaction to the audience. MECHANICS INSTITUTE.— I am sorry to tell you that this institution is not in a very nourishing condition, the inhabitants generally not giving it their support as it was expected they would have done. Trade is exceedingly brisk, and everything is working smoothly.

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

WALLSEND.         Since my last communication, nothing of im- portance has occurred worth troubling you with, except the arrival in our midst, of Evans' grand panorama. I am glad to inform you that this splendid exhibition was well patronised, the hall in which Mr. Evans exhibited being well filled. Monday last being the anniversary of the Queen's Birthday, it was observed here as a general holiday. As usual, a train of sheep and cattle trucks visited us, but it was not largely patronised, owing to the disgust the people felt at such accommodation being offered them. On this account many persons were prevented from   attending the races who would otherwise have been there. The way the Government are treat- ing us gives great disiatisfaction, and forms the subject of much unfavourable comment on the Ministry. An accident Happened to a man named Mr. — on Wednesday last, at Flaggy Creek. The poor fellow, on his way home, ...

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PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

PATERSON.           Monday last was pretty generally observed here as a holiday, in commemoration of the birthday of our most gracious Majesty Queen Victoria. One or two of our parsimonious business men, fearing, no doubt, they would lose a trumpery few shillings that was likely to be circulated about, had their establishments open on that day ; but, generally speaking, the day was loyally observed. No amusements, however, were pro- vided in town for celebrating the day. Races were got up at Vacy, a villiage about five miles distant from here, which were pretty well atten- ded, but the sport was indifferent. The chief part of our holiday-seekers sought more distant localities to spend the day. Some went to New- castle to witness the races, others to Maitland to see the regatta, but not a few remained to join in a picnic a short distance up the river, to which place they were conveyed in boats, where, with eating and dr...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. SETTLING NIGHT OF THE RACES.— A meeting, the com- mittee of the Newcastle May races, was held at the Market Wharf Inn, on Wednesday evening, for the settlement of the prizes won at the above races, on Monday and Tuesday last. There was a good attendance of parties concerned,and the business was dispatched with alarcity. All the prizes were paid without deduction, and the winners appeared to have been perfectly satisfied with the result. At the close of the proceedings the health, of the judge, the stewards, the starter, and the clerk of the course, were given and responded to with enthusiasm. In this connection we may state that the admission money taken at the gates, on both days of the races, amounted to a considerable sum, and that the lessee, Mr. Yeoman, has not incurred any loss in the speculation. NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL.— A special general meeting of the subscribers of this institution, was held last even- ing, to take into consideration the necessity of throwing open...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

HorjoWAY's Piw.s.— Bilious affections nnd stomach comp.unts.nducn.l bv ntmosphn-ic heat or ton Ubera diet, .f not early cheeked, urn often attended wit ser ! ous conspquencea When any one flndn bis ideas lass clear than usual, his eyesightdim.uod nnd his Lend di^y? while ho is indisposed to nil exbriinn, physical or men tal, ho may be quite sure tl.nt ho is in immediate m-M of Homo cooling and purifying- medicine. Iat bin? 'em nt once for a box of Hollow. ,'s pills, nftc-r n few doses of which his head will bo clonrnB«in. l,is spirits elevated, ™S 1 n 1'8feneiSl0\rc.st»11(!l1- V' 'i'te.l directions for tho «i idance of patients in the use of this admirable msdi cine nre nflixed to every box. . . CIRCULAR.       THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in- form the people of Newcastle and its neighbour-   h0od, that they have RE-OPENED those well-known   premises recently occupied by R. STRACHAN and Co., and that they purpose condu...

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ENGAGEMENTS?. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

ENGAGEMENTS.       THE FRIAR s engaged in the Derby, St. Ledger, and the Mares' Produce Stakes; STOCKWELL in the Derby and St. Ledger ; RAWDEN, in Derby and St. Ledger ; THE GEM, in Derby and St. Ledger, and Mares' Pro- duce Stakes ; RIOTER COLT, in ditto, ditto, ditto, MISTY MORN FILLY, in Champagne Stakes ; FLIRT, in Derby and St. Ledger. S. C. BURT, Agent for the Proprietor.   272, Pitt-street, Sydney, May 4.                 Agents for Maitland, from whom Shares can be obtained, 1120 MESSRS. WOLFE & GORRICK.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

SALES BY AUCTION.     THIS DAY.       On Account of Whom it May Concern. MR. J. C. BONARIUS has been instructed by Messrs. Ranclaud and Fleming to sell, by auction, at the Market Wharf Auc- tion Rooms, on THIS DAY, Saturday, at eleven o'clock sharp, unless previously released"   ONE POWERFUL DRAUGHT HORSE,     16½ hands high, branded M near shoulder, left in their paddocks about eight months ago, by Mr. Barry. Unreserved.— Terms, Cash.       Market Wharf Auction Rooms. THIS DAY, at Ten o'clock.     MR. J. C. BONARIUS will sell by auction :         Drapery       Boots and Shoes   Saddles and Bridles     Colonial Cheese         &nbs...

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[?] A FIRST-CLASS TWO STOREY DWELLING HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

LOT I A FIRST-CLASS TWO-STOREY DWELLING-HOUSE, with Balcony in front, now in the occupation of W. A. Sparke, Esq., as a private residence.       The house contains eight good-sized rooms, with kitchen and servant's room at the rear. There is a large convenient YARD, in which is erected a first-class SEVEN-STALL STABLE, with Loft above running the entire length of the building, while throughout the roof is slated. Also:         THREE LARGE DRY AND COMMODIOUS STONE STORES IN THE REAR OF THE ABOVE, and still further [...] a ROW OF THREE COM...ABLE HOUSES, built upon Lots No. 9 and 10, rented by various tenants forming together a most com[...] and snug property.    

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LOT IT. THE CO-OPERATIVE STORE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

LOT II. THE CO-OPERATIVE STORE. A substantial Brick Building, of two storeys high, with slated roof, containing Four Rooms on the Ground Floor, one of these being fitted up as a BAR for an Hotel. Upstairs are two Large Rooms and a Lobby   overhead, which is divided into small rooms and comfortable sleeping apartments. The whole of this very desirable property has recently been put in most complete repair, and is now in first-class order.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

LOT III.         THE POST-OFFICE HOTEL. erected on Lot No. 70, immediately facing the   HONEYSUCKLE POINT RAILWAY STATION,   together with spare             ALLOTMENT OF LAND     directly adjoining, at present leased and occupied by Mr. Robert Claxton. The House is now in full trade, most substantially and faithfully built of Hardwood, with shingled roof, and contains ten airy and commodious rooms, with TWO KITCHENS IN THE REAR, while in centre of the allotment is a well of splendid Water. This really choice lot is now leased at a very moderate ground rent, which expires on the 9th September, 1874. The rising importance of the town of Newcastle is so   self-evident from the geoat strides it has made on-   wards during the last few years, that no imagina-   tion is n...

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NEWCASTLE. HIGHLY DESIRABLE AND VALUABLE PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 30 May 1868

NEWCASTLE. HIGHLY DESIRABLE AND VALUABLE PROPERTIES.   BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES.       For Absolute and Unreserved Sale, at Winch's Great Norther Hotel, Newcastle, on TUESDAY, 30th June, 1868, at Twelve o'clock. Lots No. 67, 68, 69, 70, and Lots No. 9, 10, of Section A, of the Australian Agricultural Company's Land, known as the properties of Messrs. J. and A. Brown, upon which are erected the following valuable Blocks of Buildings, subdivided into Lots to suit     the convenience of purchasers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 3 June 1868

CIRCULAR. TIHE UNDERSIGNED re«pectfully in form the nooplo of Newcastle and its neighbour hood, that thoy hnvo ME-01'ENED those welf-knowa premisos recently occupied by Bf Stuaghan and Co., and that they purpose oAiductiflg in them the same kind of business that dytingWishad thorn for the past thirty years. \ Jy ffj The STOCK tlioyAa^ap^meq/^th in a new and ample one. The gotQ0Rrtmf rojftblequality, and ^avej been solectod with a iudwnent nosed on a Ions, drac« tieal acquaintance with Hie requirements of tb^cnony. _ Having mado arnuiKcmonts whnreby thoy w/llnceir* continuous supplirx ofyKuitablo (rood*, and hefiff deter mined to plncn them at the smallest nrofitayand to do their best to (rive ev«ry sati»fuetion, tblyJMpe.to merit and roceivo a liberal support, ' D1CKS0N -fe COMPANY. Maitiand, Hny, 1808. 118» Shel^Liino. / , THE Undersfturadn/ now pr/jmred to sup ply the ifBtfT/iMELL JL11MB on reasonable tonne. M f j J I r~^ B. O. WATT. Watt-strcct, 29th May, 18R3. SALES B\r AUCTION....

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