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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Dec. 31, 1867. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and G. Hewison, Esq., J.P. Profane Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.   TUESDAY, DEC. 31 1867. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. and G. Hewison, Esq., J.P.   Profane Language. James Jennings, for this offence, was fined 40s., or four days in the lockup. The same prisoner was also charged with assaulting one Julia Daniels, at Newcastle, on the 23rd instant, and was discharged. Obscene Language. Henry Upward, was fined 10s. or forty-eight hours in the lockup, for this offence, and an additional fine of 20s., or seven days' imprisonment, for resisting the police. Drunk and Disorderly. Thomas Salt was fined 20s., and 2s. 6d. costs, or four days' imprisonment-; and John and Stephen Salt 10s., and 2s. 6d. costs, or three days'- imprisonment.   Breach of Harbour Regulations. Charles Hook and Griffith Evans, masters of vessels lying in the harbour, were each fined 6s., and 4s. 6d. costs, for removing their vessels without permission of the Harbour Master. Absent Without Leave. Henry...

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MALANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT AT LAKE MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

MALANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT AT LAKE MACQUARIE.     From a Correspondent.       On Friday last, the 3rd inst. , a very sad accident   happened in this locality, resulting, I am sorry to say, in the almost instantaneous death of a fine   lad, named Joseph Watson, a boy of some twelve or thirteen years of age. From what I can learn, the facts of this distressing occurrence appear to have been these : On the day in qnestion, Mr. Joseph Watson, his son (the deceased lad), and another man whose name I do not know, were sawing timber on some ground owned by your townsman, C. B. Ran- claud, Esq., J.P. Watson and his son, it appears,   left the sawpit together, for the purpose of cutting   a sapling, with which to make a handspike. A     suitable sapling having been found, Mr. Watson cut it down, and handed it to his son. The boy, on taking the sapl...

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SATURDAY, Jan. 4, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., Police Magistrate. Profane Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

SATURDAY, JAN. 4, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq , Police Magistrate. Profane Language.       Benjamin Moody, for using profane language, in Bolton street, on the 3rd instant, was fined 10s,, or forty-eight hours in the lock-up.

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Monday, Jan. 6, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; J. Hannell, Esq., J.P.; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Trespassing on the G.N. Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

MONDAY, JAN. 6, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. ; J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. ; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Trespassing on the G. N. Railway. Richard Pearce appeared to answer the charge of allow- ing his horses to stray on the G. N. Railway. Mr. Bewick proved the charge.     The defendant said the gates were left open, and there was nothing to prevent the horses from straying on to the   line. The scarcity of water was so great that he was com- pelled to let his horses out. The Bench convicted the defendant, and inflicted a fine of 20s. and 2s. 6d. costs.  

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Charge of Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

Charge of Assault.   John Bowling was charged with unlawfully assaulting one Jeremiah Kellegar, nt Burwood, on the 6th instant. The defendant admitted striking the complainant, but said he had had great provocation to do so. Mr. Sub-inspector Harrison deposed to apprehending the prisoner by virtue of the warrant produced. The prisoner said, in answer to the charge, that they had had a quarrel. Jeremiah Kellegar, being sworn, said : The prisoner is the party I complain against. Yesterday evening, about six o'clock, I was leaving my own house, at Burwood, to go   to work. When I was about forty yards from my house I could see Bowling tying his bootlaces up. I kept away from him as much as I could, from threats he had previously used towards me. He made towards me and stood before me, saying, "You --- , I'll knock your head off." I begged   him to leave me alone ; I said it was Sunday. He said he did not care for Sunday any more than another day, ...

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THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; E. Parnell, Esq, J.P. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

THURSDAY, JAN. 2. 1868.     Before H. Scott, Ejq.J P.M. ; and B. Parnell, Esq. , J.P. Drunkenness. Thomas Coffee and James Laird were fined, the former 5s., and the latter 10s., or forty-eight hours in the lockup, for being drunk in the streets. George Holster, a seaman, was brought up on a like charge, but was discharged. Trespass. John Halliday was summoned for allowing one horse to stray on the Great Northern Railway, on the 20th Decem- ber, and was fined 10s., and 2s. 6d. costs.

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

Obscene Langauge. Michael M'Kay was oharged with using obscene language in a public place, at Hexham. He pleaded guilty to the charge, and was fined 10s., or, in default of immediate pay- ment, to be imprisoned in the lockup for forty-eight hours.

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FRIDAY, Jan. 3, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Breach of Towns Police Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

FRIDAY, JAN. 3, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Breach of Towns Police Act. George H. Buckley was summoned for having three cases on the footway, in Hunter-street, on the 29th ult, and was fined 5s., and 2s. 6d. costs. G. Turri was summoned for having one case on the foot- way, on the ???. The case was postponed to Monday.

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TUESDAY, JAN. 6. Before H. Scott Esq., P.M.; and J. Hannell Esq., J.P. Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

TUESDAY. JAN. 6   Before H. Scott Esq., P..M. ; and J. Hannell Esq., J.P.   Assault. Jeremiah Kelleher, v. John Bolan, for an unlawful assault at Burwood, on the 6th inst. The further hearing of this case was withdrawn, at the request of the complainant.

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The Borehole Attempted Murder Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

The Borehole Attempted Murder Case. William Craig was again brought up on the charge of wounding, with intent to kill his wife Catherine Craig on the 31st ultimo, The depositions of the previous day were read over.   Dr. Bowker being sworn, stated : I am a legally qualified medical practitioner. I examined, on Saturday last, the in-   juries received by the complainant. There was one contused wound on the outer and lower portion of the right arm, an abrasion near the wrist on the same arm, and a wound on the ball of the thumb on the left arm. The small bone of the right arm was broken near the wrist. The first wound might have been caused by the angle of the iron of the pick. The abrasion may have been caused by the pick now pro- duced. I do not think the wounds are of a dangerous character. A blow on the head from the point of the pick produced, would, no doubt, have caused death at once. James Thompson, a miner, residing at the Borehole stated : &...

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Obstructing the Footpath. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

Obstructing the Footpath. Joseph Turri appeared, on summons, to answer the charge of obstructing the footpath in Hunter-street, by leaving an ice case in front of his door. He was found guilty and sen- tenced to pay a fine of 5s., and 2s. 6d. costs. Violent Assault and Wounding with intent to Kill.   William Craig, in custody, was charged with having, on the 31st December last, violently assaulted and wounded his wife, with intent to kill her.     Constable Clark said : About seven o'oclock this morning, from information I received, I apprehended the prisoner in Newcomen-street, on the charge of violently assaulting his wife at the Borehole, on the 31st December last, I told him that I wanted him, and took him to the lockup. I was present when the charge was read over to him. He made no answer to the charge. Prisoner : Your worship, I came into town to go to the lockup. He came up to me and asked me if my name was not so and so, but never told ...

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Drunk and Disorderly. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

Drunk and Disorderly             Peter Saunderson, a seaman, pleaded guilty to being   drunk in Watt-street, on the 6th instant. He was fined 10s.   -----           RETURN OF EXPATRIATED MAORIES.--Consider-     able interest was manifested yesterday morning (says the Wellington Independent of the 21st) at the arrival of the brigantine Despatch from Chatham Islands     with a number of Maories, who are en route to Tara- naki, the country of their forefathers. These Mao- ries belong to the Ngatitamu tribe, and the elder of them were driven from Taranaki between thirty and forty years ago, at the time of the great Waikato invasion. - Flying from their conquerors, they went to Waikanae and Port Nicholson, and finally sought a refuge at the Chathams, where they easily re...

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

WEST MAITLAND.     From the Mercury.                           SEROUS ACCIDENT AT MORPETH.--We regret to have to record an accident of a very serious nature that happened on Thursday afternoon to Mr. D. Sim, of Morpeth. It appears that that gentleman was engaged in attending to some portion of the machi- nery on his establishment, and was standing near a large wheel; driven by a strap, and revolving at the rate of some eighty revolutions per minute, when it happened that his shirt sleeve, which was loosely tucked up, by some means got entangled between. the strap and the wheel. The shirt sleeve, together   with the sleeve of an undershirt, and the waistcoat, were all drawn up in a complete bunch into the wheel, and the unfortunate gentleman was carried round during three or four...

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FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION AT NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION AT           NEWTOWN.               The most serious railway collision, that has   lately happened on our railways, occurred this morning at about nine o'clock, at the Newtown       Railway Station. The passenger train, due in   Sydney at 8.40, was just leaving the Newtown Station when a through goods train which fol- lowed came up before the first train had acquired much speed, and ran into it, causing a violent concussion.- One passenger, Mr. Falconer, bro-   ther of the station-master at Newtown, was killed     on the spot. A considerable number of ladies, and gentlemen were seriously hurt. Most of the passengers were hurled by the violence of the concussion from one end of the carriage to the &am...

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DEATH OF MAJOR CRUMMER, LATE OF THE 28th REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

DEATH OF MAJOR CRUMMER, LATE OF THE 28th REGIMENT. From the Herald. From Port Macquarie we learn the death of Maior J. H. Crummer, late Police Magistrate of that place, and on the passing away of, per- haps, the latest survivor in this colony of those that fought at Waterloo, the tribute of a few words, in memory of past service, will not be misplaced. Gazetted to an ensigncy in the 8th regiment, in July, 1805, when scarely fourteen   years of age and being promoted to a lieutenancy in the same corps in July, 1807, J. H. Crummer, in the latter part of that year, served with his   regiment at the siege and capture of Copenhagen.   In June, 1809, he entered on the Peninsular   campaign, and remained in active service to the close of the war in 1814, and was personally en- gaged with his regiment against the enemy in the following, of which eight were general actions : —Busaco, Campo Mayor, first siege of Badajos,   Albue...

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DISTRICT NEWS. THE BOREHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

DISTRICT NEWS.   THE BOREHOLE.           It seems singular that nearly all our hottest days this summer have fallen on Sundays. For two or three Sundays in succession now, we have had it dreadfully hot, and the heat has been much intensified by the huge bush fires by which we were sur- rounded. Last Sunday a very large bush fire raged at Hartley Vale ; to such an extent did the fire spread that the residents had to exert themselves to save their dwellings from destruction. ASSAULT.--On Tuesday last this neighbourhood was thrown into a state of most intense excitement, by a report that a man named Craig had murdered his wife by smashing her skull in with a pick. The report, fortunately, turned out to be an exaggerated one, as the woman, though brutally ill treated, was not killed. As the man has been arrested, I need not give you particulars, for you will get them all at the police court. Constable M'Cullum...

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A PUBLIC-CEMETRY FOR NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 January 1868

A PUBLIC CEMETERY FOR NEWCASTLE. The following letter appeared in Wednesday's Herald ; it will doubtless be read with interest by many of our subscribers who do not see the Herald. Appended to the letter was a lengthy   extract from the Chronicle of Dec. 25 :-   Sir--On public grounds, I ask the favour of your giving publicity to the subjoined extract from a report of proceedings at a public meeting, held here on the 23rd inst., in connection with the anniversary services of the Congregational Church. One or two supplementary remarks may be necessary to explain the case fully. A piece of land was set apart for a public cemetery by the Government some time ago ; but the selection has been objected to, partly, I believe, because the ground itself is unsuitable, and also because it is now in the midst of, or very near to a large population. The Government aware of these objections, have sig-   nified their willingness to authorise the sale of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. COLLISION OF TRAINS AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

RAILWJtT'iACaroBNT: COLLISION OF. TRAINS' AND LOSSOP LIFE. : . s'l^Jftw* tht&M. BtrakL . 7 . ? ? *xm One of those distressing and tei-nble , caeu: %-*hios, occurring from time to time.'on railways— . . -which; seem, in [some inexplicable manner, sud denly to. defeat every wise precaution that can be devised^by' thVthost sagaciootmanagemeat, or be. carried^hfcby thiwuiost experienced grfboijinatea — uhbapp'Uytook place-yesterday morning, at the railwav-station. aVNew-tfcwn. when, in an unex !peoted colliinon betweka a\pa«teoger train and a goods train (both runnitein^he same. direction), a gentlejnan.waa killed oJTthe spot, and' several in- dividuabi very, much lojored, a large numberof persons also sustaining hurts of a more or 1Mb serious character, the precise, nature and extent of -which we cannot yet make known to our readers. The circumstances which Ie5 to' this cata&trophe if ?wilj, of. course, be made the subject of strict in !! vestigation, the result of whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

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