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THE ROAD TO LAMBTON AND WALLSEND. PUBLIC MEETING AT THE COURT-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

. THE EOAD TO LAMBTON AND WALLSEND. PUBLIC MEETTNG AT THE COUST-HOUSE. On Monday evening last, about a dozen per sons assembled in tho Court-kuuso, in connection with the movement for putting the road from Newcastle to Lambton and Wallsend in a state of repair. The night wa3 a rery wet and un favourable one, and no doubt militated against tho attendance. After waiting three-quarters of an hour beyond the time at which tho meeting was advertised to commence — His Worship tho Mayor rose and said, by way of formally opening the meeting, he would read, the requisition which he had had tho honor to receive from between fifty and sixty of the lead, ing citizens of Newcastle. Tho requisition wa3 worded as follows : — ' To his Worship the Mayor of Newcastle, — Sir — We, the undersigned, citi zens of Newcastle, beg respectfully to request you will call a public meeting for the Durposo of taking' into consideration the desirability of at onco taking tho necessary steps to put the present road...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. I Lsst Saturday, tho Governor and Mr. Parkes, sccompauied by ' fair women and bravo men,' went to have a look at tho Tarban Creek Lunatic AByluni, and to-day, tho 'twopenny thunderer' favours us with an article specially devoted to. tliisStutu visit.' We aro told that everything was in admirable order, yards swept clean and dormitories noatly arranged, to please the vice regal eyo, and the facetious reporter even gous art f-t*« «j fn ftlindt-vfi flinf. (tntih fkltuosh U'rsllf'fl tit see a little bit of untidiness somewhore, just for variety's sake.' 1 wonder his own presence didn't offer the desired contrast. Wlint a lot of humbug tliure is about tliisse olHeial visits to be sure. The public are always led to undurctaud that the managers or matrons of institutions aro taken by surprise when the inquisitorial party appear at tlio fates, but it is, notwithstanding, invariably thu cuso, that ample warning 1ms beun received of. the coming ordeal. Either 11 Govern ment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

Agricultural, Mining and Pastoral Agency. WH3LNS0N having opened an Agency ? for yansacting business in Sydney for Landed Proprietors, iHketudectora, Leiiseliolaers, Minen, and ' Pastoral Tenant* of the Crown, solicKs the patronage of those who arc nnVnyed, or interested In these punuiU. i W. Hanson's lbng connection wifh the Government ! Departments, and\ for eight years /part-proprietor and editor of Thf. Empire daily jonrnal/lios eiveu him groat fncilitioa for oxpi'iLlin;,' business frith the Government . Departments on bAlmlf of thosn whose distance from the su.it of power precludes a pcntonal application. W. II. purposex to conduct all/natter* connocted with the Acts of 18(51 for tfce Salt) an* Leasii of Crown I.nml.i, and of Torrons' Heal 1'ropertytt.ct, and hs fenl* confi dent that hiii intimate know/edge of tho working of these Acts will enable him to/bo of great service to all who may entrust him with tlii transaction of their busi-' ; ness. \ / Chargns will be strictly /lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

IMPORTANT NOTICE. A TBI-WEEKI-Y PA-PC-R As briefly announced in previous issues, from the 30th of tho present month, the ITeioaxxUe Chronicle will be published THREE TIMES A WEEK ! ' ON Tuesdays, Thursdays, 8$ 'Saturdays' We have been induced to make this important, change from a vurietv of causes whioh it is not necessary to puttioulaiiae, but foremost among tho number ia tho desiro wo feel to ltuep puce with the growing impurtanou and niz2 ot tlie place, cipaoially considered in tho light nf a largo Bhipp'n;.; Port. IirNew tfoalmid, wi- notion tlmt Rtnports iiiuoh smaller than Nowcsutle liavo th-'ir ilaily newspaper, v/liile aevenil t-iwiw not any larger tlinu ours can boast of two daily iiiip^rs, l»sidos o.ie or more weekly journals. In viuw of tluvio f.icti, tultcu in conjunction with the uirjut 1102 m\t.-; t'.i 1'. h is u;'ea:i boon folt and expressed in rNewiitistlu for a journal pub lishing more than twici: a weak, nud the strung iXamct thuro is now-a-daya for LATB N13W3, wo ...

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ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE MR. HOME, THE SPIRITUALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

ATTEHPT TO ASSASSINATE MB. HOME, THE SPIRI TUALIST. ? It transpired this morning at ViceChan cellor Gifford'soourt, that a deliberate attempt was made,, to assassinate Mr. Home on his return to his lodgings' in Jevmyn-street last night Whilst passing through Duke-street, a person -made a. stab with a dagger at his loft side, and Mr. Home raising his arm, received the stab a little below the elbow, thereby saving his life. He is now in the hands of his ! medical attendant, — Exprttt, May 24. '

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EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURES. THE SPIRIT-RAPPING IMPOSTURE. Before Vice-Chancellor Giffard. LYON V. HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

' EXTBAOBDINARY DISCLOSURES. SHB SPIKIT-BAPPING IMPOSTUBE. From the Times. Anrit2l. Before Vice-Chancellor Giffard. LYOIT V. HOME. The cross-examination, of the plaintiff, upon the evidence given in the Bill was proceeded with on the 23rd April, without being con cluded, Mrs.' Lyon admitted having written a letter of the 10th of October, 1866 (which was pro duced), to the stockbrokers, Messrs. Fox, Taylor and Co., a'jyl said — I did not write it out of my own head, but under the influence of the medium. Went to ray V ankers, Wil liams, Deacon and Co., on the 1 1 th of Octo oer. uia not tell the brokers witen 1 saw them that day I had adopted defendant. Did not tell them I wished the money to be rein vested in his name. Do not remember their telling me it was a pity to sell out my consols if I intended to re-iuvest them immediately. Know nothing at all about the re-investment. (Broker's-note produced.) Suppose I forget having taken away the broker's-note. Do noi- remember any discuss...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Mt3tebious Disappearance or x.Yesazu— A vessel formerly known as the Maid of the Mill, has recently disappeared iu a mysterious manner. She was the pro perty of Mr. H. Eden, by whom she was employed in the Losran trade; Some time ago, her owner chartered her for one mouth to two Germans, named Martin Wes ?el and Henry Buchback, both residents on the Logan River. The term for which she was let having expired, her owner mad- enquiries, and ascertained that about the end of April last, Wessell and Buchack, with their wires and families, together with another Gorman, with his wife and family, went down the Brisbane River in a boat, ostensibly for the purpose of going to the Cabooi tura River. It seems, however, that instead of proceed ing & their alleged destitution, they went to sea. in tending to makuXortf omiyntt orother of the South Sea Islands. ' Tb,o meb-aieaiiaaecL tlieir intention of doing so previous, to -leavinc Brisbane; und' although the owner bo...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

COMMEn.ilAL Ah.D SHlPPiNG IWTELLI3EN0E. Mr. J. d.'Bonnrius sold.^at Mr. Dawson's Grepn Gate, Waratah, on Monday, two allotmtmtfl of land, in thut township with houses builS thereon, nt f«ir prices. The eamo auctioneer also sold, ntthe Mnrket Wharf Auction Rooms, yesterday, a q:iantit,y of drapery, watches, clocks, and fancy goods. There was. n large attendance and good prices were realised.

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. Wednesday (THIS Day.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

SALES, MEETIN8S, AND AMUSEMENTS. Wednesday (This Day.) Debate at the Primitive Methodist Young Men's Christian Association, on the half-holiday movement, at ?ight o'clock. Friday, I9th Jose. Second grand concert — sacred aud secular— at the City Hall, at eight o'olock. Sale of Mr. Kramer Walter's furniture, on the pre mises, Market-square, at ten a.m., by Mr. Bishop.

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INSOLVENCY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

? INSOLVENCY NEWS. Juno 12.— J.Wilson Scott, of Newcastle, shipbuilder. Liabilities, £1880 8s. 4d., of which £275 is secured. Assets, £3G0. June 13. — Henry Pilkintrton, of Waratah, near New castle, stonemason. Liabilities, £29 15j. Asset;, £IC.

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THE TRI-WEEKLY CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

THE TRI-W££ZLY 0HR0NI0LE. SubscriJ^ionJ^jpr Quarter : — ' \*-\Paid In Advances; ? 7«. Od. VKookeiK^: ? :...;...':r?Ki: ? , 8s. Od. \\ * ?? If Sent by Post :— PflHitW-dvanoe ? ; ..?„;?.... .;;..??()». Od. 1 Sihgl9 (JtpieK at tho OSce or from the ' Agents ? O3. 3d. In toivns acces:i'.!!o by Hail or Sbeanior' ^ , (and whoro wo have no agent) paid , , ' ? in ivlvunce...... ? 9s. Od. ?Note.— OnSATUKDAVSMvo shall p^ublinh a Twelve Column Su;fylouic::(', conuKjsthg the Week's Xewn, for the esii2oiul Ueiielio of ourUimntry readers, and nil who sond the Chronicle aVay to iliatiiiU friends. WBDNESUA.Y,. JUNE 17, 18C8.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. E.LOWTHER'S PRO[?] CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

. SYDNEY MAKKBTa. e. eowtheb's.phoowJk cikcclar. ?Maize, 2s Gd tf bus. Fowls; 2s to 2s 3d |9 pair Wheat, 8a to 8s 6d $ bun. Ducks, 3s to 3s S)d V pair Citre barley, 3b 6d to 2s\ Gaeso, 5s to 83 V? pair lOd pervbu3.V N Turkoy.3, 7s to IO3 ^- pair English barley.jrfs 6d to 5s Ejga, Is 2d ?$? doa. ^ bus. ' A - Bacon, fid to 7d f lb. Brnn. Is2d 1? bus. Onicm.i, Gs toSa powt. Hay (luooi-ne), £3 to £4 Vois.t^.3, 3a to 45 0:1 jj cwt. V ton iitr.fi piqii, ih:l t» 3d fe' lb Ditto (oaten )j.£3 10s to ' fioSttilves, Us to SOs encli. V ton \ ? Hfdes, 5s to 13a each. June loth, 18S3. \ ' '

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MONDAY, JUNE 15. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Pr[?] Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

MoJiD.lY. JL'NK 15. Hef.u-0 11. Scott, Esq., P.M. Jri-ifune Laaguttge. Christopher JoliKson, seaman, w.is brought before the court, chained with using ]-rofane language in Huntor sli-eit, on tin: li'ith .Tuna. Tho prisoner pleaded guilty, ami was lined 10s., or forty-eight hours in tho look-up. Pc:{inwc-t. Hamilton Dobbie was ciiiirged with having no lawful or visible muitnsof hispport. Constnblii Phclmi stntetl that ho fonnd the prisoner in a railway oari-inge, at thu bottom of VVatt-street ; be wns Btandiim uu in the cauviitste. Witness askad him what he wns doing there. The prisonor replied that he was having a sleep. He said hn had no money to go nuy where elso, nnd that he had beeu in Newoastle for the;iast fortnight, mid oould iind no employmeiit as a seaman. * The Bench discharged the prisoner on his promising, if possible, to ship iu tho Viola. JJrunb and Bitonlerli/. Ohnrles Keimors, sun/nan, was c'mirged with being drunk nnd disorderly ou 'hoard the birqua Island City, oil...

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NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING. (From the Went Coast Times, and Advertiser. PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING. (From the Went Coast Times, and Advertiser. ?:, PolfttpHAUlEIlS. : Mny 28. — Eleanor^from 'Newcastle, VV R E VMP'U T H . DEPAllTUHS. Ifay 28. — Mary Stewart, for Melbourne. \ , L Y T VrK I. T. o N . May 3t. — Fawi\f brig, fyriiewcastle. ?\7keck of a Kktoh;, — By tolcgra'p, wo are plnced in possfission of neivs ren(--!oHiig tho latali Nile, from Chaileston, which was sighted by our shipping reportor off tho Arahnrn, on Monday ovaniii;, bound to this port, hut 'ln'l *° go-iilunit nnd run for thn Clrcy, on Bocount of tliST heavy Nouth-H'ejtnr which nt tbut'tiino set in, bringing up in tho Gray roaditw!, where1, duviiv/ the pile of yosterday, she pnrtsd her cublf. iind diiffcud nshore on the north bench, whero alie nnw lioa. We ai« h'l-l'y t0 record 116 livpn were lout.— Adrcriteu; Juno 4, Tnn Armistiok —This bnrque, which 'snilod from Ncwc:istlo'on the 29th of April, boiuic! for Wellington, nrrived iii the latter porton thsiSth of Mi\y, n'fter uvory rough aiid'-to...

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SATURDAY, JUNE 13. Before H. Scutt, Esq., P.M., and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. Ass[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

K.vi'ciiii.w, Junk li-. Before II. Scott, Wjq., P.M., and J. llannell, Eiq., J.P. Gtiorgt! ll'ivlnsk wn« oiinrjiud with unlawfully nnsnult ing out: ilt'tij'iu.i:! Tv-vkailitiiy, uliivr't-iiliiur of ihe brig Coi'sair, on ine Xlrh iiwt.nt. Tiie cimr,;o ii^.iiiKit the prisoner tiein;: fully pnivod, ii« was couvi'.'to.l and sun - tem-cd to bu impiiHonod for two iii'.'iilhs in Maitlaud giu.l. Wilful T)iao!icliunce. John Smith whs uuiivietud of wilful disobedienco on hoard thu Amciir.nn hnvjiie Powhuiteii. on ihu 12tii iriit.iiit. Hu was .spntenotiil t'» suvsn diys' cu.'.tiiiemuiili 111 thu Jcoki-.p, bul subsequently oriloretl on Dum'tl ins TSsel at tho reqneHi of tho 111 istcr. Jirunb ami Dwir:lcrln. \ IWilliam tlnrris, minor, wns J: -a.l U. and 2s. (id. ousts, ortvvenhy.foai'houis iii \',\a liu'.cup, fji' buing ilra'ik imd dianr.Inrly in a public tliui-o.i^lifare at Wallsuud, 011 thu 1st instant. ?

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LATEST NEWS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

,LATE.Vt W EWi. FROM ?qREVIIiLB's TJELEURAII COMPANY.. ' ' ) SYDNEY, Monday. It ia reported th^i the Govermnsnt intend to oonvene the next meeting of Parliament for the 1st September. . -.??-, ' The Saxonia (a.), arrived from Maryborough to-day, and-.brought 2$27 oz. gold. It ia stated, Unit Mr/Thomas Colcor, the well known bookiiia^erShas boeu uxpellod tho Mel bourne Albion tiabscri^ticih Booms. ? The Australian Fvotesthnt Banner, nnd the Protectionist, weekly newspapers, appeared for tho first time on Saturday. New insolvents : Henry Wiudrod, of Orange, auctioneer j ana William insisoii, oi toyaney. Mr. Henry Priestly quotes bust lucerne =hay @ £3 10s. to £4 ; H. ft., oaten hay, @£5 I* 'ton, in great demand ; 'maize, @ 2/0, in demand ; wheat, @ 7/6 to '8/6 ; oats, O 2/6 to 3s. ; and Capa barley, @ 2a. to 2/3 per bushel. Tuesday Ecening. Beceivsd at 9.1Q p.m. The. French ship Ooblert ha3 buen wrecked at the' Mauritius. \ , : : ? Mr. Tighe, M. L;-Av, Member for Northum berland, Dr. ...

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RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

KAILA'/AY MAXAGKtMKNT. To the Jl'Jilur of the. SaceatVe Chronicle. Sir— It in now somewhat ww tlirtin months since great lviliuitiuns in the rate of curriiige, upon the up joumcy to Sydney, wns rtmde upou produce mul other i^ems ciinied by wion the Soutiiern and Western lines, and up to this (lute I have anxiously looked for a similar reduction to' 'ho made upon this, tho Northern lino, but no such reduction bus been mmle. Thu railways, being public propui-ty,,. the wholo colony subscribing to the c;i;iii;iil iMVtMtad,. suioly what ia sauce to thu goose, &c, aptly nrjplies-lreie. iiy whatmnctei'of light, nv.iy Ia.sk, in it reiliicti'jii made upon thu^o lii.03 und the North shut nut from u similar lie.ielit. Hind, upon refurenou to tho ciuifi t.i'ilcit, tho iiv.-iici-a ot glum, potatoes, nay, £3., on the Western or hioiuhei-ii linos, oun got their produce carried to ?Sytluoy in truclilo.-ula of five tons, at one penny per lmi per mile, or tiie ih'pir'.uient fludinglnbor nud t...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A RITUALISTIC CATHEDRAL. Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle, [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A RITUALIrfriC CATHEDKAL. Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — I enclose herewith au extrnct taken from Tin Hod, a now unti-ritualistic newspaper, pub lished in London, aud very ably edited and con ducted. At tho present time, just on the eve of the erection of a Cathedral iu Newcastle, the article inuy not be out of plnce in your cdlumns, and for ought I know, may produce a beneliciul effect on tho minds of the gentlemen who consti tute tlie new Cathedral Building Committee. I remain, yours. &c, J. BINGLE, Sen. Symbolism Ron Mad. — The different parts of tho Cathedral represent, in tho perpendicular aud thu extended urnis, the different parts of the cruei tied body of o ur Saviour. Th ub the furthest and caatwood in the corona, or tlie tflory which is to stream from the east. Tlie apsis typifies the Pa93ion or the crown of thorns. Here are alao tho Chnpols of ' Our Lady,' and of 'Saint John,' or of the ' Holy Ghost,' or of the mys tical interp...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. 'W: H. WinrTB.— We are glad to learn that onr old and respeoted citizen, Mr. U'hytu, of Watt-sti-eet, has ?o far recovered from the severe altaok of indisposition under whioh he has laboured for several we6ks past, as to be able to attend to business within doors, although suffering to a certain extent from debility. He i«, however, steadily legaiiiiug Btrength, and will, ere long, we hope, be restored to his wonted vigour. On Die— That the crossing at tho A. A. Company's bridge over Blane-street is to be shortly done away with, and that the angular piece of ground at tbisDoint. beloDging to the company, will be taken by the Govern ment, who remiire the samo for railway purposes in con nection with tlie high level coolitaithi n»\r in courie of construction. The piece of land in question extends from the corner of the bridge to the company's boundary wall. This decision is said to havo been come to by the Commissioner for Railways (the Hon. J, Byrnes; on his recent v...

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THE HE[?] POST OFFICE. To the Editor of the new[?] ch[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 17 June 1868

THE RK^HAAr p;-sr.OJ-Ti«B. ?To the Editor of tiw. A'rmtuiUt Clmiitcle. Sir -In pcrn-iing your valtmk'.e and wMjly-cii-eulnted journal of Tneitiluy, tho li'Jch inst., I lintiend that yo-ar ooirespondont of t -ppiir Hexhmi-i snys 'that tho inhabi tant sthcire complain i/itrnrly tVmt tho post-of.l(ie is nosin a more eonver.icnt nnd central situation, &e., &c.' And no I writu to uiforai that gentlemun, and nnyono else whom it may conenrn, tl-.at the post-ofilco could not be in a more central and convenient nituntion than where it now is for the greater part of the lnhnbitAnta here ; for it is nenr to tho railway station and tha Govern ment wharf, a 'id the nu::ibor of iseoplo hose and 011 the adjacent isLuuls far e.xoiicd those of Upper j-ioxhum. It may not ho gonovliy known, but Upper Kcxhum nnd i:Uo where the po.st.u.'loi now stu.;ds in-o botli private property, and the Govarr.meui township 01 Haxhain is situated about a mile down the river, mid ooiMaiiiieiuly further ...

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