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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

IMPOMaNT NOTlCJjbJ. A TA1-WS-EKLY PAPER ,v :;/??; ? J ? .? ik '? - ? ' ? ?'' ? As briefly announced in previous, issues, from tho ?30th' of ' the present month, the Ifeweatlle Chrdnxcle will be published ' ? THREE TIMES A WEEK ! OK Tuesdays, Thursdays, 8$ Saturdays. We have been induced to make this important change 'from a variety of oausos wliOi it is nut necessary to particularise,' but forein'ost ainpiig tho number is .the desire we fuel to ko«p pace with the growing importance and size of the place, opeoially considered in the light of u large shipping. l'orh . In New Zealand, we notice that seaports much smaller than Newcastle liavo their daily 'newspaper, while several .jtowna not any larger than ours cau. boast of .two. daily papers, besides one or niore woekly j'ourhals. Iu. view of these facts, taken in conjunction with the urgent necessity that hns often been felt and expressed. in Newcastle, for I journal pub .lisliing more- than. TWICB u week, and the sttong desire ther...

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. A special meeting of the above body was held ut tlie Court-house on Tnesduy evening last, the principal business bring the reception »ni\ adoption of a report of the Improvement Committee in reference to tlia '? matter of the injuries to the Baptist Church, in Sydney ? street There wero present — Aldermen Winship, [ Christie, Stokes, Chupnmn, Sparke, Rodgers, and the | Mayor. cOK UliSPONDENCE. Tho Town Clerk read the subjoined correspondence, which hud uecsi received since the holding of the previous m^ETTEli WtOM Jin. (-. H. Cox.— Tills was a communi catiuu informing tho Uoiinou tnat too writer lutcuucii building. -?- Barker-street, and risking the Council to furnish him with tho levels of tho said street. The Mayor was not aware that the levels for this street hud ever been piepaivd; hut as it was it pity to prevent parties from building, the better way would he for some aldernun to uiuvo that specification ami plans showing the levels -if Barkcr-street ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

SHIPPING 'INTELLIGENCE. -? ? . '? . ? - : 'PORT' OF NEWCASTLE. ',' . ; ? ABRIVALS.* .' . ;i :? : , J : : :, : JimE 9. . Oar Hope, brig, 337, Beednl, from Melbourne, 2nd '. isit. C. Robertson, agent. . - - - ??? - June 10. Rangoon, bq., 374,.. Jaokson, from Melbourne, 2nd inst. W. F.-Weatherill, agent. Wave, brig, 174, Gsrson, from Melbourne, 2nd in«t. A. Hogg, agent. . ...... : Planter, bq., 263, Lowrie, from Melbourne, 5th inst. ; B. H. Grieraon, agont. . .' Veno.igoh., 221, Davies, from Melbourne), 2nd inat. , B. B. Wallace, agent.' '.? . Curl, brig, .154, Deu, from Melbourne, 2nd inst. A. :- Hogg, agent. ? ?? ,? : \» « j . - ?? Alexandra, brig, 289, Groves, from Melbourne, Cth inst. W. H.. Why to, agent. . Fanny, »ch., 164, Downing, from Melbourne, 4th inst. E; B. Wallace; agent. ' ??? Adeline Burke, bq., 281, Blake, from Melbourne, lth i inrt. W. H. Whyte, agent. ' ; : . - Ann Maria,.brig, 236, Finlnyson,. from Melbourne, 4th iwit. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. ' . Eliza Sbairp,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

HUNTER RIVE II N RW STEAM NAVIGA'JTONBOMPANY. S TF.AMGTO S YD l/fiy. ' Tie MORPETH, Captain Buiid, ITUiSSDAY and FBID/Y MorniHgs. Tlit CITY OP NEWCASTLE, Captain Summkbbp.ll, WEDNESDAY/an-l SATURDAY Mornings, GEORGE TULLY& CO.. Agents. Hunter River NewSt^4m Navigation Co. FROM THIS DAffi, RETURN TICKETS w'Mha issued, available Tor one wnek, to passongcrs by nil/ of the H.ll.N.S.N. Company's first-class steamers, at tlic following rates : — Saloon ?? ? - 258. Steerage ? 16». GEORGE TULLY & CO. Newcastle Feb. 19, 1863. 415 Notice to Shippers to and from the Hunter AND MELB0URNK. . ANY Goods Snfafted^y -thj» Company's Steamships, io ber for/^d^Xto Melbourne, will bu delivered to th» / ' u / YOU YANffS oh JfiAKDENONG . /tBAMSIIII'S, at tho adjoining Wharf, without any charge for re inovul, anil goods from Mclbouruo will bo received in like manner. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices— Foot of Mnrkot-streot, 80th Maroh, 18(18. 790 PUBLIC NOTICE. S T E A M TO WAG E . NEWCASTLE a...

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

FREIGHTS. . '..: There is a good demand for tonnage, for foreign ports, at the following rates :— ? '?'*'?? ' ?? Shanghai, 47s Yokoliam*, 43s Hongkong, 35s . ; Auokland, 18s- t ? : ,- Foo Chow, 30s Wellington, 20s ' Ningpo, 35s ? Wangauui, 25s : ; ; ?Oherfoo, 25s ? Nelson, 19» -.?'.-.??'» -. Calcutta, 2js Port Cooper, 23» Bumbay, 80s Port Napier, 25s Galle, 23s Hokitika,' 35s . ', . . Coconadah, 23s . Otago. ?lsm Rangoon, 12s fid \ Manukau, 22s Saigon, 21s \ ^lekide, 17» San Francisco, 30s ? WalUroo,-19« ?;.--? Singapore, 25s - ' Briibane, 14s -' ?!-. Manilii,28s New Caledonia, 20s .. r Java, 23s ? Sydney, 5s ? ?? ? Mauritius, 25s Jlelbourne, 15s Opara, 25s Hobaon's Bay, 14s 6d Panama, 30s . ' ?

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

-COMMERCIAL AND SH1PPINB INTEUiBENCE. tr '?'???- vi \- OO^A*1L. ?'?* The quantity of coal shipped this week is slightly in ex«eaa of last week's exports, as will be seen from the return's— the total being 17,139 tons. Of this quantity '3850 tons have been sent to Sydney, 4585 to Melbourne, 1780 to Adelaide, 250 to Geelong, -1900 to Calcutta, 700 to Lyttletonj 930 to Sun Franoisco, 251 te Nelson, 302 to Hobart Town, 750 to Wallaroo, -113 to; Shanghai,' 1(S9 to Wdrnamboolj . apd *E-64 to s.teamers and for home con sumption. . '\\ v,\' ? ™jT-; , 7 r, . ,.r.. , 'iJxroBT of Co At' from the Companies' Official Returns for the week ending. 12th June, 1868 :— ' ...' t9- ?''!_&_ *_ l_ ??|_-£_-a*-'J ?Bydney ..;..i S79' 220 220 701 1153 798 ... ^343 Melbourne.... IVH '-.. -..;-' 076 1328' 387 320 '470 Adelaide ...335,;.. ... .:. 401'1054 ..; ;.. Geelong ? 290 .„ ? ... -... ? .... Ciaoutta ? 1900. ... .;. ... .... ? Lyttloton ... -..;'... 250- ... ...... 350 ... ? S. Franoisco. ...' , ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

'PHE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE J_ PUBLISHED EVERY 'WEDNESDA Y arid SATUliDA Y TERMS OF SUBSCCirTlON : Paid in AdTance ? os. Gd.ppr Quarter. Booked ? 6s. 6(1. do. do. Single Copies— 3d. each. The' NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE has now been established unwimls of Ten Years, and has tho large circulation oi nearly TWO THOUSAND copies por Important Notices. TU'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Sub l\ soribcrs, Advortianrs, and tha publio generally, that Mr. JOHN CAJtKRON (lato of tho Mailland EiUvjn) has tnkrni the plnco of Mr. Edward Nuttur, in this Offico, an COLLECTOR of SIONBYS. v Mr. CAMERON' has also full authority to receive Subscriptions and solicit Advcrtidomonts on account of tho undordignod, from this date. HUGH M'DICKEN, Proprietor, Ntuicnxllc Chronicle ' Chronicle Office, Newcastle, 12th May, 1863. P.S.— The Proprietor of the Chronicle takes thiirop. portunity of respectfully urging upon all parties whoss uuountHhave beuu standing for a lengthened period, to settle them with as little dolnyas possi...

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NEW ZEALAND. FIRE ON LAMBTON QUAY. GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. LOSS ESTIMATED AT £14,000. SEVEN HOUSES DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

NEW ZEALAND. . FIRE ON JAMBTON QUAY. 'GREAT DESTRUCTION. OF PROPERTY. Loss Estimated at £14,000. 8EVEN HOUSES DESTROYED. , ? By tho barque Omega, Captain Patching,, which arrived in this port on Tuesday last, wo have been put in possession of Wellington papers to the 21st of May. Tho news they contain, with the exception of one or two items, is not of much general interest The most important item relates to a very destruc tive conflagration, whicli occurred on the 18th of May, and by which seven houses were burnt to the gro.und, and property to tho ex tent of £l't,OU(J in value was destroyed. We make the following extracts from tho \\relliwj lon Independent : — . ' Tho most destructive .fire which has oc curred in Wellington for many years, took place early on Sunday morning. About twenty minutes past one o'olock, .police ?' con- stable Lannigan, being on ditty on Lambton Quay, observed that the upper part of Mr. Kane's premises were on fire, and' he imme diately gave the alarm. The...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. RYAN BRENAN [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

STJDDEM DEATH OF MR. RYAN iWe regret' to; have to 'mention the sudden deatujof this gentleman.;' He has latoly resided* Ju.t 'Cohen's Hotel, . Wynyard-sq-uare. It ,aj» peara that, yesterday morning, a servant girl1 -took him a cup of tea into his bedroom, and informed him that breakfast would be ready ... immediately. He appeared quite well, .and told her he w6uld be down in ten minutes. :,Some little time having elapsed, his clerk went to his bedroom and iound that Mr. Brenau had fallen on the floor, and was quite dead. ' In falling he had received slight injuries about ' the face. Mr.. Charles Nathan, surgeon, was immediately sent for, and he pronounced that death had been caused by disease of the heart The deceased gentleman was much respected ' by a large portion off the public. Ho was for many years associated with the late Mi: Charles Wihdeyer, as aocond police magistrate at tlu Central Police Office, and subsequently as coroner cf the city y but for some time past he has prac...

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OPENING OF THE NEWCASTLE TEMPERANCE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

Ol'ENIXG OF THE ? NEWCASTLE TEMPER'ANCE MtTTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. Tlio inauguration of the abovK ttociety took pluoe in the large room adjoining Mr. Churl toti's premises, Hunter-street, on Monday even ing. Tliore woro between' fifty and sixty per _miiis ui-est'iit, iucludiii' n deputation from the lml'L' of Jfijii'uest Moil, at West Mititlitnd, oon nistin' of Alderman Crocr, and Messrs. Stcin bui:k,°and 1-. C. Carter. The proceedings passed nil' harmoniously, nut) the respective «4|imi.kuiw manifested mi intense degreo of ear iio.sluc.tt towards promoting thu welfare of their 'follow-men. TlLr. Thomas Brooks was voted to the chair, wii.ii acclamation. Tim Chairman said that he fulfc pleusure in I .residing at a meeting which had for its object the reclamation of fallen drunkard* by induc ing then) to become total abstainers. He nca'roi.'ly know anything that culistttd his srin juitli v 'ul(' support to tMtJ Hllln0 extent as did the cause of temperance. Ho was very glad to sue so...

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THE EXECUTION OF GRIFFIN. From the Rockhampton Bulletin, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

THE EXECUTION OF GRIFFIN. From the Rockhamptan Bulletin, June 2. Yesterday morning, Thomas John Griffin, the murderer of troopers Power and Cahill, at the Mackenzie River, underwent the last pen alty of the law in Rocklmmpton gaol. The Unhappy man spent nearly the whole of Sun day night in prayer with the' Rev. Mr; Smith, Presbyterian minister,' who has been unceasing iii his. efforts to bnng'him to a proper sense of the enormity of his crime; All his efforts, however, proved unavailing'to induce the mur derer to confess h'is guilt He died — as most of those who knew his vain character thought ho would die — denying his guilt, but showing tho greatest nerve and iirmnitss to the Lust. The Roy*. 'Mr.* Smith, who had been iu daily, attendance on the doomed man sincn Tuesday last, visited him oh'Sunday night nt ton o'clock, and remained with him duringthe greater part ot the night The doomed man appeared to join fervently in the prayers offered up for his soul's welfare. About throb o'c...

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A FIGHT IN A CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

'; / *?*& HGHT IN A CHURCH. - ?? .From the A.iutrnla.iiun. ./fin* fi. * _ * . There was a'' fret; iiglit iu a Church at ;Bal-, larwt Ma'Btj Sunday. It is difficult to know' what the figWwas about, and perhaps that is of very Httleconsequeuco, for it' 'people ai'ft in' a* general way disposed to beat eacli other, they do not generally require much prompting in the way of special cause to do so. But'the fight. itself is so far interesting as being illus trative of the utter hollownesi of those profes sions of superior virtue in which a large class of the religious world arc apt to indulge. It is unnecessary, perhaps, to remark that, for extreme bitterness, the dissensions of religious people invariably transcend the quarrels of those, who are variously denominated ' unre generated,'1 'unredeemed,' 'unchosen,' &c. ; but even the worst enemies of religion could not- have desired a more complete confirmation of this truth than was supplied in the United Methodist Free Chu...

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OUR WEST MAITLAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

OUH WEST MAITLilND LETTER. As the demand!) upon your space on .Saturday are likely to be great, owing to tho arrival of tin English m nil, 1 shall make |n« presunt connnuni cation as brief as I cohvenTently cun. This 1 ahull be enabled nil thoj moro readily to do from the fact, that\here is refllly ypry little worthy of being chi'onicRjd, transpiring\iu West Maitliunl just now ; altliongh, I think, tliu town is begin ning to assume tv more lively aspect than it has worn ainco tho flood of last June. On Sunday last, anniversary services wore hold in the Wealoyuu Uhapel, and on Monday uvun ing 'there was a tea-muuting in thu sclioolroom, which was succeeded bj' a meeting iu the church. Tho chief apoakora wore, tho liev. Messrs. Chap luan, liutludgo, Lane, Nolan, and Mavlin. Tliu meeting was well attended, undevury thing passed off in the mostHatisfactorv manlier. Tho congre gation Beoins to bo improving, but tho debt on the uliurcli'continuiis to bo Ifti'go, upwards of two thousand po...

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EARNEST MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

s? BARNESTyMEN. -? - Wfe should all be «,'Mrhest Men,' wheth'e'f1 our 'sphere in \ifeJo.e in the 'upper ten thou'Kpd,' the 'middle' class,' or the 'general masses;' wheth«r we enjoy ample wealth, or are merely-Kfe to 'make both ends meet/' whether our business is upon land or sen ; whether we can lay claim' to the title of 'people's. representative,'- or are merely indi vidual members of the people represented,. we' should1 one und all bo ''Earnest' men.' The i^junctipn^' 'VVhatsoeVer thyiiand fiu4efcli to do, do it with' thy might,'' isx-ne tliatrecom rneitds itself to the conscience not only of the religious man, but to the man of business as well; We can all recognizo the imjiortunce of zeal in 'the life' an'd'doings'of the ' 'great 'ones' whose nainea are handed do wo, to us bv ihis torji-*r'VT5ose actiojmn^M^niiow '. shaping the future of their nation/a glory.' Philo uophers, orators^jjoets, jjtateamen, authora, divines, and^ifrtTincIred otlHjrjjaan - in whom genius iniSneor ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

-.-, .... SECOND Newcastle Investment and Building Society TO PERSONS SEEKING INVESTMENTS. T1HE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW 1 prepared to noxocinto for LOANS to the Socioty, of quins of money, at the rale of gnven per cent, per annum for Axed periods, or as may be ugreed upon. Information as to saourity for repayment, &o., will be afforded upon application by letter — or personally— nt the office, ? Dy order of tho Board, '' CHAKLES E. THTJRLOW, Secretary. Omco hours : —From 7.30 to 9 p.m. on every Tuesday and Friday. ? £1 Keward. STOLEN', 'or S^RAYEJU, from Wallsend, about Mix molftbb ngpyouo/Strawborry COW, branded JIl on*iriilkjjlf(_MiTo/ Ai(y person returning; the animal to the imdersiyTrfod, /-ill receive the above Howard. ' / / / WILLIAM BRYANT. Wallsond, Oth Juno, I$o3. / ? STR A. YE PJutyP my Yiird, two months ago, a couplo ofxm^Kt/Tho owner can have them by % propor iln 1 n|ilniii )Hfl»i| 0111111111 11 advertising, &o. If not claimed witlffu threaaltyv^will ba ttotd ...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. ' Short and'JJweet will haveUo bo my motto this time, as l\im suddenly called away from rowu for a day ; but, as I notice by editorial re-' marks in your last issue, that your space is far too limited at present for your ' matter,' I daro' iay you will not Und fault with my brovity. Do you, oh, Newcastle public, know that you aro too well treated by tlie Government? Are you awaro that you aro petted aud spoilt? Is it true that yon aro fed with plums (of money) to''., ; 'coop your mouths shut? Aro you not bribed to '? no gooct emmrou ( siay, i. n;ou Unruly asl; all j. these questions, for they liavo already been au-- ': swerod in my hearing by a number of Parliament. ;? VTou must know that tho people of Parramatta, f. awaking suddenly from a trauue of many yeara' ; duj'ation, determined tho other dny to apply, to 1 (Jovernment to liavii thu Parramal ta river dredg- ?; ed. ' Once upon u time,' in tho good oki days? '?'- whon Parramatta flourished and convicts abouni...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE HEXHAM ROAD. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE HEXHAJt ROAD. To the. Editor of the. Ntwcuatle Ohroniele. R\K—l have Ikhm often urged by many of the inhabi tants of Hexlmin and others who are compelled to travel oil the Newcastle and Maitlund Road, tn cull a meeting for consultation how best to bring under the notice of the Government the state of the mail, especially the Ironbnrk Bridge and its approaches. Tho plnin declara tion of tho Hon. J, Byrnes, at Wallseiul, that the Go vornment would not do anything for any loads compet ing with the ruyilwnys, prevented our taking any steps. From n report in your paper nf Wednesday. I see that tho matter hns been discussed by your Borough Council, Tlie Mayor's susttestion that a special vote might bo obtained is n most welcome ono, and [ cm promise that any application for such vote will bn biiclicd by the whole of this neighbourhood. A hoavy responsibility lies 011 those who leave the bridgo and road in its present state, both being most dangeroiH and unsafe fo...

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OUR EAST MAITLAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

OUR EAST MAITLAND LETTER. : The rain which was ao welcome has now passed over, and the weather' hds been beautifully fine aud clear durimj*tno last few days. On Tue8daT*Bvenin-;; ro,thcrNa ludicrous inci dent occuruftl. As tlie \Tesk Maitland Volun teer* wejJTvHarching up Htgh^treet, the b»nd playinaJRo ' lied, White, aJflBlue,'a mob of wild bpiookB came full-bufVi to thorn. The «caU^ wai glorious 1 JHie We»t Maitland Vo lu^oen, baud and ajlf broke \heir ranks and ?ought dieltur in thr nearest houeus. In a few minutes, however/one of them, nidro couvngeous than his fellows, seized a tromboit^ aud, going into th« »treet, commenood to play a\solo on it. The effect waa majicftl. The bullopkfl'no sooner - heard the sound than thuy turned tail and fled iu all directions. The Voluntuor* then fell iu again und concluded thoir parade without further mishap. ' ? ? - : Whilo talking of bullocks, I may mention that the atock-niarkot u very fully .supplied witli middling and inferior onttlo, bu...

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PROPOSED ERECTION OF A NEW CATHEDRAL TEMPORARY ENLARGEMENT OF CHRIST-CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

PEOPOSED ERECTION OF. A NET?' CATHEDBAI. / TEMPORARY ENLABOEMENT OF CHRIST-CHURCH. An adjourned meeting of the parishioners in Christ-church parish wns held in the school room, Bolton-street, oh Thursday evening, for the purpose of considering the best plan for giv ing immediate increased church accommoda tion, and to discuss the subject of getting plans for the new cathedral. There was a goodatfcen dance, comprising the leadiag gentlpafen in tne parum belonging to the clmrcli/nncl a con siderable proportion of ladiea. ^The chair was occupied, by- the rev. incumbent, who opened the proceedings with prayer. . / ? The Chairman suid they had met again in accordance with the determination conie to at the previous meeting, to consider what steps should be taken in referenco to the enlargement of the present church building, and the erec tion of a new one ; and first he would toll them that he and others had been considering the matter very carefully in the light of what ?was said at the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 13 June 1868

N q_TJ[_OE'. ? ? DAY SCIlOOfc/cb-OPfl/UTlVE HALL/- - ' Klankstukkt. -\ ' MR ARNOTjLVWk&T this opportunity of ? _ returning TIIANjte'for tho snpport accorded to mm since the above Sel;oo(\a3 been under his manage- . ment, nnd bugs to inform th\ public that he has'ltE NEWllD HIS TERM pF OO^rTPANor oftho ubovo r Hall, where he will bo happy to receive Pupils as here- , tofore. / ^*^ Newcastle, 30th May, 1803. ^^ - - SALJSiS BY AUCTIOS^ :? ^Ts^Mfc ButchersJfcjd Others. ' ' ' IT E. wS^Jt. L 6 fjpkll EAT) II 1 has recciveprjfajtructious to rpII, TV auction, ut ' the Ibiilway Gooiff«Kul^ . ^V / X SliVE^CAijeX^ES'OF POllK. N. Sale to^ommenco ut eleven 6'-dock.Srr' -v^ For positive und unrolcrveAlyRC/V , -. \ Terms, Cash. ^^^^ ** '~— ^7 - ^^ t In the Insolvent Estate of James Walker, ? . op .. PLATTSB.URO, INNK.EEPKK. BOYCB' AND CO. liuvo received instnic-^ tions from J. P. Mackonsiio, Esq., oflicial as-%^, Bigneo in tho above estate, to. toll Ivy publio unction, on f'~* the premises...

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