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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 10 June 1868
WARATAH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; PUBLIC SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT.—As your Waratah &nbsp; &nbsp; correspondent thought the programme of this entertain- ment too long to notice seriatim, perhaps you will be kind enough to insert a short report from another cor- respondent, as I feel that full justice has not been done to those that deserved it. The audience numbered nearly 300, which number fully came up to the expecta- tions of the local Board, and the entire proceeds amoun- ted to £24— a sum the Board scarcely expected to realise. &nbsp; The concert was opened at eight o'clock, by the chair- man (Mr. R. Turton) calling on the band to play an overture, which it did in a style not to be met with out of Sydney, and which certainly did credit to the late conductor, Mr. E. Fanning. The progress this band is making is highly creditable to them. The vocal part commenced with " Hail, Smiling Morn," by Unio...
MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 10 June 1868
MINMI. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; After a few days cold drilling rain, the warn rays of the sun is welcome, this morning was very frosty, every- thing is going on quiet in our neighbourhood. Business rather dull. I heard to-day that a, man who came to work here as a miner, died this morning at his lodgings. I am not at present acquainted with the particulars, but will let you know when I write again. June 4, 1868. &nbsp;
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 10 June 1868
WALLSEND. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The weather, to all appearance, is a little more settled we have not been visited with rain since I last wrote. On Wednesday, the 3rd instant, the Rev. Mr. Nairn delivered an address in the Presbyterian church, to a number of young men, who have formed themselves into a Young Men's Christian Association, or Mutual Improvement class. This is a thing that was greatly needed in Wallsend, and it will no doubt occupy the attention of many of our young men, and lead them in a direction that will prove beneficial both for their pre- sent and future welfare. An accident, I am happy to say, not of a serious nature, befell a man named Donnet, who got one of his &nbsp; fingers taken off by the waggons. Trade is still dull at Wallsend. The Co-operative Coal mine seems to be working well.
HEXHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 10 June 1868
HEXHAM. &nbsp; &nbsp; The inhabitants of Upper Hexham complain bitterly that the post-office is not centrally situated, and that, in consequence, they suffer much inconvenience in postal matters. The greater portion of the inhabitants being located at the upper township, it is only fair and reason- able that the post-office should be nearer to them than it is. I think it would be desirable to petition the Post- master-General on the subject, for I find that nothing can be obtained from Government without application ; indeed it often happens that much agitation is neces- sary in such matters. Well then, let those who are dis- affected in regard to the post-office, agitate vigorously till their grievance is redressed. The late rains have thoroughly saturated the ground in this district, and the grass is springing up nicely. Feed for cattle is therefore plentiful. Our coalshoots are busily at work, which is a good sign of the progress the neighbouring mines are making....
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MaY 2, 1868. Before H. Soott, Esq., P.M. [?] Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 10 June 1868
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1869. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Obscene Language. William Thomas, in custody, was charged with using obscene language in Newcomen-street, on the 30th of May. He was convicted and fined 6d. The smallness &nbsp; of the fine was on account of the prisoner having been some time in the lockup. Being Illegally on Premises. Charles Augustus Whitmore was charged with being illegally on the promises of one John Anderson, for an unlawful purpose, on the 2nd inst. The prisoner was discharged with a caution. James Tongue, brought up on the same charge, was dealt with in a similar way. Vagrancy. George Bell, miner, was found guilty on a charge of vagrancy, preferred by the police, and sentenced to one months imprisonment in Maitland gaol. Sitvker'i License. Thomas Butterworth applied to the Bench for a haw- ker's license, to trade with a horse and cart. The appli- cation was granted. WEDNESDAY, ...
MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1868. Rubbery with Violence. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 10 June 1868
MAITLAND &nbsp; QUARTER SESSIONS. From our Special Correspondent. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1868. &nbsp; &nbsp; Robbery with Violence. &nbsp; John Joyce and Robert Burns pleaded not guilty to an information charging them with having, on the 9th May, at Newcastle, feloniously assaulted one Andrew Johnson, and robbed him of the sum of 8s. and a knife. The prisoners were undefended. Mr. Foster briefly addressed the jury, and called the following witnesses :— Sergeant Peter Conway, Margaret Murphy, Andrew Johnson, Joseph Milthorpe, and Charles Wilson. The evidence for the Crown went to show that, on the night of the 9th of May, the witness (Margaret Murphy) was in company with the prisoners and another woman, when Andrew Johnson (who is a Norwegian sailor), came up to them, and they went together into the Albion Hotel, where Johnson "shouted." Murphy and Burns then went out, and in a few minutes were joined by Johnson and Joyce. There were several other persons p...
THE CONROY'S GAP MURDERS. EXECUTION OF MUNDAY, ALIAS COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 10 June 1868
THE CONROY'S GAP MURDERS. EXECUTION OF MUNDAY, ALIAS COLLINS. From the Goulburn Herald. On Tuesday morning, at nine o'clock, Wil- liam Munday, alias Collins, who had been con- victed at the last Goulburn assizes, of the murder of John Conroy, at Conroy's Gap, near Yass, on the 18th March last, and who, at the &nbsp; same time, had also murdered four other per- sons, underwent the extreme penalty of the law, within the walls of Goulburn prison. Since his condemnation the prisoner had been attended by the Rev. W. Sowerby, of the Church of England, to which denomina- tion the prisoner professes to belong, and by the Rev. W. Ross, Presbyterian. He was also visited once by the Bishop of Goulburn, but their ministrations appeared to have no effect on him. On receiving the first visit from the clergyman he asked if that was the game, and adding that he would have a smoke, filled his pipe and puffed away. Although when he was apprehended he had admitted his guilt without any attempt...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
LOCAL ITE'HB. THK HoKByauuicLE Point Arbitration Case. — The tuiuug oi evidcuce iu the case ut the Trustees of the Newcastle Grammar School versus the Government, in arbitration, commenced at the Great Northern Hotel, on Monday, and terminated on Wednesday afternoon— tbo arbitiatoro being Mr. George Timlin, Mr. Biden, and Mr. Gubrge Colquhon. The Solicitor-General ap peared tor the Government, und Mr. Duvia (barristerj for the Trustees. Tho latter claimed £32,UU0 113 com pensation for upwards of lii.UOO acres of land at Honey suckle Point, takea possession of in 1831, by the Com missioner for Railways, nnd known as Church tu.d School Laud, nnd vcatud in Messrs. A. W. Scott nnd — Croastlill. as Trustees fi.rtho Oramni:LrSchm-l. &nvni-nl witnesses wero examined, including the Bishop of New cnstle. AVo have niude arrangements for obtaining an authentio synopsis of tho evidence, which will appear iu our next issue. VfiOKTAiikeM. — Our city is always abundantly supplied with vege...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JuNE 9, 1868. Before H.Scott, Esq., P.M., aud C.F. Stokes, Esq., J.P. Usi[?] Insul[?]ina Wards. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Juxr 9, 186S. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., nnd O.F. Stokes, Esq., J.P. Usini fn.iultinn WimLi. Jacob Brown, miner, was charged with using insult ing words, in Huntor-street, to Constable Wooiis. He was convicted nnd fined Via., or forty-eight hours in the lockup. The same prisoner was also found guilty of resisting. ~the police, mid was fined 10d. for that offence as well. Drnnkcniies*. Michael 'Cherry, labourer, pleaded guilty to bolng drunk in Uunter-strcet, on the 8th inst. lie wits fined os., or twenty-four hours in the lock up. l)avid Johnson for a similar offence wus fined 10s., or forty-eight hours in the lockup. Usiny Iiisiiltliiy Worth. George Drapor. limobiirner, was charged with using insulting words to Constable Woods, in Hunt'.T-sti oot, on the Kth inst. Ho was convicted, and find 1(Tj., or forty-eight hours in the lockup. Usiiii) Obscene Language. John M'TjOim, labourer, was charged, with using oh. scene language wi...
UPPER HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
UPPER HUNTER. Wo have now got over the excitement of a contested election, but it was rutlu-ru quiot all.air, as* I stated in my last. Tiiero wero four candi dates, and they all went to the poll. I havo not as yet heard the final state of the poll, but there can be no doubt as to Mr. Bell's return. At tho nomination on the 2nd, Mr. Diiigar did not ap pear, but vvas represented by Mr. Abbot, who proposed him, and made a rather long speech, out ot which you could take no;lung. Mr. Dan gar did his cause no harm by u t appearing, for his speeches .b.n the hustings have always consis ted of ubuse of hid opponents, lie has been tried and found wanting. - Dr. Gordon, who is a can didate at erery election, camo for.vard and gave a discourse on Fenians and Fenianism, and got protty well hooted. . Mr. Drewo, an ex Dominie in your neighbourhood, was brought out, he was expected to have spoken on Mr. Parkes aud his Education Bill, butpreferred courting the favours of the frdo selectors ; . he c...
TOMAGO. THE LATE SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
r o Jf a go. TUH LATH SHOOT1NU CASK. In your issue of the 30th May, you reported a yarn you had with some person calling himself ' Big Boy.' ? In that conversation either your self or the boy, I forget which, spoke of Toinago as the '. renowned villago.' Truly it has bocomu very renowned lately, and I am sorry to say that it i3 not for the many good deeds done in it that Tomago is so renowned, but quite tho opposito, as the outrage committed on Thursday night the 4th instant will show, and which has been re ported in the last issue of the Chronicle, and of which outrage I propose to give you a detailed account presently. ButToinago is not altogether devoid of good ; tor there are some good people in Tcmago yet. There was a time when Tomago was a quiet and peaceable village, but alas ! those times are gone. Many of its oldest and most worthy residents have left Tomago and otliera not so creditable have come, and hence' the re sult. If I knew who the ' Big Boy' was, and wero to meet h...
RAYMOND TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
RAYMOND TERRACE. THE tATE SHOOTINO UA3K AT TOMAGO. — Tom Smgle tou and Arthur Palmer were before the Police Court, to-day, and after a great 'deal uf evidence had been taken, both tho prisoners were committed for triul at tlie next Mutlxud Circuit Court, to bo holdon on tho lllth October. Bail was allowed in the sum of £80, and two sureties of £40 each. The prisoners reserved their defence. Singleton was charged with shooting at Mias Gordon, nnd Palmer with aiding and abetting him. Mr. Inspector Harrison conducted tho prosecution. I will send you a full report of the case in time for Wodnes day's issue. ?
NEWCASTLE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
NEWCASTLE MARKETS. .. Mr. J. C. Bonarius sold, yesterday, at the Market , Wharf Auction lloums, u quantity of 'miscellaneous goods, consisting of drapery, watches, bugs, colonial . cheese, -to., at fair prices. There was a good attendance and the bidding, for a time, was spirited.— On Mouduy, Mr. W. K. Lochhead Bold, at the City Auction Rooms, a quantity of 'drapery at tolerablygood prices. On Tuesday morning; tho same auctioneer submitted topublio'com- ' petition, at the North Shore, a lighter, nearly new. It was bought in for the owner for £100. ' ' ' Business, iu general,, has 'been somewhat dull this, week, but a reaction is daily anticipated. — Mnizo is en quired for at 2s Od to 2s 9d, it is, however, only gootl samples that can command the latter figure. It is ex pected that a rise wilt take pVco in this article ere long; there is good demand for it i\Melbourne. The maize crop on the Hunter, this y«Ar,WiU not, we learn, turn out so well as wot at one tiine-bxproted, and, in co...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
W A L L 8 E N D. The Tonic Sol-Fa Association, Wamaksd. -The members of tlie above Association hold a general meet ing ill the Welsh Congregational Chnpel, on Thursday evening last, for the transaction of business connected therewith. It was unanimously agreed that the name of this sooiety be ' Tho WnUs'eml Tonic Sol-l'n Associ ation,' and that the officebearers be as follows : — Presi- dent, J. Y. Neilson, Esq. ; Vice-president, Mr. .Robert Walker ; Secretary, Mr. B. P. House ; Treasurer, Mr. T. Davis ;— ullicars to be elected quarterly. After some discussion it waf agreed to accept tlie otter of tlie trus tees of-the chapel respecting the weekly rental, which they fixed at one shilling per week. It was further agreed that tho entrance fee bo a shilling per member and it shilling per month contribution, which certainly ought to induce members to join, when the benefits ac cruing from such an association is greatly in excess of the charge made. It was also resolved, that lion, mem b...
MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
f\ MAITLAND MARKETS; * '','?' ' Business has been tolerably active this week, both in the wholesale and retail trado. Soveral up-country prdqrs have been executed, and a number of well laden teams have left for the interior. Should the weather continue favourable, trade will, . doubtless,, improve. ,Many are, however, complainiug of dull times . and scaroity of money, but, in the best of times murmerers are to be found in our community.— Carriage is reason able. ? -There is' no altoriition in the price of teau, sugars,, sidt, and wines and spirits. .' I'lour.V— Maitland Mills, £24 to' £25 ; country' par- cels, £19 to £20. ;, Pollard, 7s. Bmn, us to 6». . ». i Colonial PBODU0E.—Trtllow,! £29 to £34; Hides, vei'y heavy, from Ms.totlSs.; light to good, 5s 6d to 12s Oil. Leather (harness); ;ls Gdto Xi 4d V fl» ; kip;. It 3d to 2s; sole, lOil to Is 38 ; : calfekjns (coloninl), 3s to 5s. Bags, scarce, lls to 14s Od. Hay}, oaten; £3' to £4;' lu ceiue, i;2 10s to £2 15s l?ton\V Maize, 2*2dt...
LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
LA MB TO lY. ? Although Jjiimbton has not been much made the subject of newspaper correspondence of late, it is by no moans an insignificant township, but, on the contrary, a thriving villago. Within .the last fifteen months it has mado wonderful pro gress—such progress us I can only compare to American enterprise, where towns of considerable magnitude spring up, in the comparative short space of six or eight months. Wo can now boast of five or six stores, fohr inns, several butcher ing establishments, a Public School, a School of Arts, aud two or three chapuls. Our streets are as yet tu a somuwnac primitive, state, uut invy will probably undergo the necessary repairs ere I6ng. Good ,streots( are, of course, es3ontial to every township, and without them no small in convenience is experienced. All the coalmines in this neighbourhood are actively at work, and b'ttsiness in conso(juonco, is brisk, It is not so, I 'am sorry to say, at Wall Nond, owing to the present slackness ill tlie c...
LATEST NEWS. FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
^tWf -«T HZWSi tni0M-'0EBVlLI.ElS TE^EORAM C-mPAlTC 'i , l j ? -.-?'? /Parliament .has- been further ? prorpgu^d-S±p Tuesday, the 28th' J uly. ' It 13 ropbrted thuytfife: next proclamation wjlPfr*; the diite for'ibFrl 'assembling. ' - f'\ -\ ': !,':-'?.'?:'. . Tha Colonial Secretary hiia to-day aui^qriaed the enrolment of the Highland Brigade feti'A the saine terms as other Volunteer Companies have been enrolled; t . ?-. ,-. ?. ? ??;. \ t'l'iv, The British Association :now numbers about eight hundred members. ' .'.'-*; ,?-??-!?. =--' ~ ''Messrs. CKisliolhi and Co. have'privStely iden tified the silks found, at -pl^rke's Island as part of. those, stolen fronts their premises in February last;- - ? \-p:-\A- ??..???????:?'?; f ' Applications are. invited by the Government foi' the appointment of Examiner of Titles, in the room, of the late Mr. Alexander Dick, who died while ion loavo of absence at New York. The salary v £700 per annum. ? .????* The omission to take the.pi ill at Jerry'...
DISTRICT NEWS. WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
DISTRICT NEWS. PUUM. OUll OWS (JOUKEseOMBKNTH. WA RA T A II. Bkilliant Meteor. — Whilst standing in the opuu nir on Suturdry night liut, ubuuc nine o'clock, I observed iv spluuilid meteor darting aci'uaa the sky, leaving behind it a long streak of light, visible fur about two or threo seconds ; it was really a splendid sight to witness whilu it was viaible. ? Mr. William Shoosinith. baker, of this nlaco. has removed to LmnbLon to ca'cry on his bii3i ne83 there, but liu Will still rim hi3 curt to Wnratiih to serve his old customers with broad. Wo wish him every,suoi;e3s, for hu is a puraover ing young fellow. % Hy-tho-by I see that your other correspondent has buon beforehand with me in correcting the mistake I m.tde nbont the pieces sung at the concert. First, my sayin' that the duut was smij» by Mr. M'Kay and Young, and not Mrs. M'Kay -Mid Mr. P. Young,' which 1 ought to have said, but I think ?\tlio- mistake arose from my saying that the Little Farm, sung by Mea3ra. Yuung and M'IC...
SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY (SATURDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS.' THIS DAY 'fSATtTRDAY). Sule.of blankets, caHco. &o., at the u Market Wliarf Auction Rooms, at ton o'clock, by Mr. Bomuius. ' j : ' ? ' SUNDAY, 14th June. ' ' Anniversary seimons in cunuectiou with the Sabbnth Sohool, iu the Xcwcastlo Wesleyan Church, moniing and .evening. ??' . MONDAY, loth June. S:ile of freehold 'pivp'orty in the village of Hiinbury, at Dawaon's Inn, at twelve o'clock, by Sir. Bomirius. I Public meeting attho Newcastle Court-house, unent tlip repair of the road from Novciatle to AVarutah and Wallsend. ? \ , A grand secular concert in 'tha City Hall, at [eight o'clock. . \ ' ., ... 1 ?
CRICKET. COMPLIMENTARY PRESENTATION OF A BELT AND BAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868
CRICKET. COMPLIMENTARY PRESENTATION OF A BELT AND BAT. During the present week, a very interesting, compli mentary presentation was mado, in connection with the Young Australian Criokot Club. The affair took pluue on Tuesday evening last, on which occasion the members of tho Club presented n bat to Master G. Webb, for being the highest averngo scorer for the season. It' appeared, from what transpired at the presentation, that . Master Webb played in twelve mutches during tho sea son, and \\rni, in the twelve matches he scored 115 runs, Riving an average of about (U runs foreaeli match. The bit was presented at a special meeting of the Club, con vened for the purpose, and was accompanied with the uni.il speechifying and congratulations. . To-iluy (Saturday), at twelve o'clock, another presen tation uf n similar character to the above will be made, -t tltc Grammar School, by the Hev. Mr. Millard, on behalf of the Club, to Master James Bell, also a niemher ? ft the Young Australian Clu...