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LATEST NEWS. SYDNEY Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 20 June 1868

LATEST NEWS. from greville's telecsrah company. SYDNEY.— Thursday. Thej Vial testimonial is to be presented by Mr. Martin, the Attorney-General, ut the Toaiparanco Hull, on Monday evening. His Excellency the Governor was applied to by a deputation from tho subscribers, headed by Mr. Neule, M.L.A., to officiato on the occasion. His Excellency^ said that, he' had but recently handed a testimonial to Mr. Vial from South Australia, and that it would therefore be better, under the circumstances, for an old and well-known colonist to be selected to represent New South Wales. Mr. Martin was next applied to, and at once agreed to perform the duty. The testimonial consists of a silver claret jug, bearing a suitable inscription, and tilled with sovereigns. It is reported that Mr. Francis Bell, of Mait- land, is the successful tenderer for No. 7 con- tract of the Great Western Railway, for about £206,000. Their Honors, the Judges, delivered judgment in ro Regina v. Nicholson, -hm., this mornin...

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PROPOSED INCORPORATION OF THE COLLIERY TOWNSHIPS. ADJOURNED PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

PB0P0SED INC0BP0B&TI0N OF THE COIXIEBY TOWNSHIPS. _ ADJOUByED PUBLIC MEETIKG. The adjourned public meeting to discuss the queation of improved roads between .Newcastle and Wallsend was held in the Court-house, on Monday evening, pursuant to adjournment and notification. The attendance was fair, and comprised a good sprinkling of country residents, wore particularly from Wallsend. Tho Mayor, having taken his sent on the bench rose, and in a very few observations, formallv onened the ineetincr. He hud no in jj^' tention whatever of taking up their time by [»?' making any remarks. They all knew the ob-' jj 1 ject of the meeting as well as he did, and his jl ~ province would be simply to preserve order IK and secure for each speaker a fuir and impar j|~ tial heariug. He begged to call on the pro \l * ' inoters of the meeting to state the order of tho jj V ' business. \r ' Mr. T. W. Knight said he had to apologise 81 for the absence' of Dr. Bowker, who had pro SjL- mLsed to atten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

\ NTI-FOULLNG COMPOSITION for J\. the bottoms of into filiips--*c., tl-o best ami cheapest prepanition^foy jttennrfiAff tho jjIntOB anil keeping the vessel py«/- 'i'lu's compound is now ex- . tonsively usficl in KnlflaiM, whdrclit is rariiillj Biiiiersoil iujr every other descrinlion. // P. 2/. HUSSKLIi & Co., .Airents, 928 \ Cieorgti-strei't, Sydney. LE A A N I) i' K LI It I N SJ CBLKDItATCn WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, DKCL.AUKD IIY CONNOISSKUBS THE ONLY GOO!) SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. The suocus* of this most ilulicinu* nnd unrivalled Condiment having caused rertiiiH duTilers to apply the name of Vf atett-ten\\irejfa\iee to/fljrelr^hwii mfrrinr compoumls, th« ituliliGj.fr/liercliy iuhrwLa (Ilut the only way to secure the Bemy/itfii tu // f ASK FOIt LEA Attl) I'HllttlNS' SAUCR and to nee that their nui/ies lire u|-on the wrapper, tabiu stopper, nnd bat(le. J^ Sums of the fiirci'KH markets liavinc been supplied wil a spurious Worcestershire Saucv, upon lire wrapper «n liiht-'l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

ART UNION OF QUEENSLAND! Under tho Distinguished Patronage of His Royal ITigh n«3s the Duko of Edinburgh, K. G. ; His Excel lency the Enrl of Bolmoro, Governor of Now South Wttlos ; His Excellency the Acting Governor of Quoonuland (Colonel O'Conncll) ; nnd others. Tickets, Is. Cd, each. IjlACH |UBSCEIBER;' Ii will bo prcsoiral totntisV/vithwthe Rose Qf/flris bnno and Ipswich, QflbnfiaudyCoirUuning two/weight vipws'.on o_ neat hS-«o£ts«io, /p^preserv9/ locks, of frienvls'- hair, beftf^n mtving a effiuico in (me Grand Drawing of Prizesramoiinting to ovorCsprf, to - take ' place in tho School ofXrts, Briabano/ Tickets can bo had srom the head office, Brisbane; '. the Agents, in Sydney,- or from Mr. S. Maxted, ! Pilot Office, Newcastle. .-'?'?' THOS. II. HENZEIiI/, 1 Joint ? JOHN J. HENZELL, / Proprietors. - , WK. LOOHHfe^p, AUCatfONEER, ? 18 prepa/po/o purfhnae tho /l/ila or part of the HOUSEHOLD jrORMEPffllBaanl 'EFFECTS of any Gentluman about leaving tho %sKnob, and who is desirous o...

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LATEST NEWS. SYDNEY. Tuesday evening, 836. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

LATEST MEWS'. FROM QEEVILLE's TELEHRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY. Tuesday evening. 8 36. The Brucklay Castle from London, h»s arrived, jnry rigged. She lost an apprentice, aud had her topmasts carried away in a violent gale on tho 4th instant. The Ziska from the Mauritius, has also arrived. She lost her bulworks and a built. The Government have received tenders for £40,000 debentures in excess of their require ments, from ninety-seven to par. They havo accepted a portion at ninety-nine and par. The hon, J. Byrnes leaves for Dubbo tomor row. The Vial testimonial w»s presented by tho hon. Mr. Martin last night, in the presence of a large meeting. He was presented with £350 and a jug. New Insolvent.— Andrew M'Dnugall, Single ton, squatter.

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

LOCAL ITkMS. Youno Men's Mutual Improvement Associ ation. — It is said that J. D. Langly, Esq., is about to take active steps to establish a Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association in con nection with the parishes of St. John's and Christchurch ; the meetings of the society to be held in the Christchurch schoolroom, Bolton street. We wish Mr. Langly Biiccesa in so laudable an effort. The Haikjravr's Tuaobdy. — The supposed murderer of Lee, the butcher and his two children has been arrested in a hut half a milo from the outrage. Tho daughter of the murdered man identified the murderer by his voice amongst ten other Cinnamon as tho man who came to the place and askod her father for beef. Running Match between Hiouinh and Cusack, for £200 aside.'— This match camo off ?on the 15th instant, and was won ultimately by HiirL'ins. The race was a verv excitim? one. the first attempt resulting in a dead heat. Cusack was cheored to the echo. Tomaoo. — We have roceivod a communication from ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS XT Kaymond Terrace and Miller's Forest ! If S. T. W. JOHNSTON, '?*? Storekeeper, Raymond Terrace, hat been ap pointed Agent for the NEWCASTLE CHRONICLIS, and it authorued to receive Subtenben' Namet, Payment of Account*, AdvcrtitemenU, and Ordcrt for Job Print inn. We have made arrangements witlt Mr. Johnston to deliver the CHRONICLE, by messenger, to Subscribers residing in the Raymond Terrace township, on the morn ings of publication, immediatel'j after the arrival of the steamer from Newcastle. We have also appointed a Cor respondent at the Terrace to furnish us with news cimm u nitations from time to time.' ' i' Chronicle Office, 17-/»yun«,1868. ' ? ffllw ffliwmtU fSbxmtlt. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1808. Tho issuo of this journal on Saturday last was up wards of one thousand copies.

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LARGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

iIargs. Shortly bofore Alexander the Great crossed the Hellespont into Asia Minor, it was reported to him that a soldier in his army, named Alex ander was a coward. The mighty conquerer at once ordered tha chicken-hoartud private to be brought before him. This being done tho augua monarch sternly looked at the trembling coward and addr«3s»d him iu the following significant words :— ' Young man, either be courageous or ?ease to bear the name of Alexander. ' What an admirable motto this would be fur conductors of thu Press throughout the world to adopt, with a ?light alteration, which would make it read thus: — 'Either be courageous or cuaso to wiold tha editorial pen.' Ono particular fault that is to hi found with thu Pruss — especially the colonial Press— is want of courago or deter mination locarry out the principles of journalism iu iheir entirety. There is so much sickening sy- cophany and time-serving cringingness with many of our leader writers that thoir productions do more ha...

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A LITERARY INSTITUTION FOR NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

A LITERARY INSTITUTION FOR NEWCASTLE. ' Half a loaf is better than no bread.' This time-honoured adage finds many appropriate applications in the history of communities as well as of individuals. We now propose to apply it to the community of Newcastle, and in reference to a subject which, though, to our sorrow, we have frequently had to speak of in harsh (and true) words against cer tuiu of our fellow-citizens, we again allude to in, nowever, a new ngnc. xne want m an in stitution 'where the literary tn«tes of the people of this town might be fostered and ele vated is one of the greatest reproaches under which we labour. The fault, as we have so frequently asserted, lies at tho door of the in dividuals to whom the public trusted, but through whose incompetency or rather wil/ul neyligenee, the entire matter has b«en allowed to sink into tho limbo of forgetfulness. The apathy of a few has resulted in leaving the many with a similar'spirit, and the chance of our'ever having a School o...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

SMALL DEBTS COURT. R. Jacob v. J. Fountain. — No appearance.

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

OUR.SYDtfET LETTER. ' Did you fuel thu earthquuko V promises to become almost as popular u cry as the quory ' Have you lean tho ghost )' was a couple of years ago. Whurerer they meet, out-of-doors or in-doora, men, women, and children aro compar ing notes as to the duTutonb sensations experi enced by thuiu throughout the duration of thu startling vibratory movement. For the time being we are all ' quakers.' Nervous old maiden ladies, whose solo companions for many , years have been comprised in a small ariary of parrots »ud a perfect menngerio of catiifm and 1U1LUU pUL3, IIUIJIU LJl. VlllIllllLllgO nibii (JIVWB effect, and predict that tho shock of Friday morning last will be followed by largo rninplei of a similar article, to tho utter annihilation of Sydney and the entire discomfiture of thu drapers, who have just laid in a heavy winter stock, a-nd will have to pay for tho samu whother it be devoted to its legitimate usu in thu adorn ment of out fair liators or meet with an abrupt...

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RAYMOND TERRACE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1868. Before H. J. Bolding, P.M., and J. Windeyer, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

RAYMOND TERRACE POLICE COURT. Fridat, Jun« IU, 1868. Before H. J. Holding, P.M., and J. Wiudeyer, Esq., J.P. FuiuoiT8 Rioimo. — Honry Dougherty, Edward Moran, and John Lunny, pleaded not guilty to a charge of furious riding on the 11th June, in William-street. — Constable Lovick, proved to having seen the defendants riding in William and Adelaide streets on the 11th instant. — The defendants, in their defence, endeavoured to show that it was on a piece of private ground ; uiai uiey were riaing iiinousiy, ana cneir ODjecc in doing so was to render assistance to a youth named Gilbert, who had been thrown from a horse.— The Bench fined dofondantsTl 0s. Cd. each, and cautioned them. — James Hennessy was also called to answer a similar chargo, but did not appear. This caso was remanded toallow the polico to servo a fresh summons.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLR ARRIVALS. JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

SHIPPING i INTELLIGENCE. V .? ? PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ??' ' ARRIVALS. : \ .Tons 3ft;. Floience Irving (a.), from Sydney. - 'W. K. Lochlitad, . agent. . V -'\ Ann, sen., 135, Noon, from Otago, 7th inst. Captain,' agent. '' Syren, brig, 157, M'Eachern, from Sydney. A.Hogg,' agent. Joke 21. Xevi StoTcns, sob, 526, Stevens, from Sydney. C. F. ' Stokes and Co., agents. ? . Jonk23. Yon Yangs (s:), 474, Clark, from Sydney. W. H. YThvte. ncrenfc. - \ Ann, bq., 277, Shaw, from Melbourne, 14th inst. K. H. Grierson, agent. Briton, bq., 400, Ross, from Melbourne, 15th hurt. R. ? B. 'Wallace, agent. Jacobus, Dutch bq., 278 Dertas, from Melbourne, 15tb inst. K. B. Wallace, agent. ' Masonic, American bq., 540, Lanpher, from Mel bourne, 14th inst. O. llobertson, agent. *v. Queensland, bq., 738, Sharer, from Adelaide, 10th fast. R. B. Walluco, agent. Yarrow, brij, 229, Bartlett, from Melbourne. J. O. Ellis, agent. ? ' DEPARTURKS. Jdne 17. Indus, bq., 3C8, Hodge, for Otago, with 500 tons coal, \ and 20 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

H UNTER 'lUVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ~1 Is ? // ~^ | ST EAM TO SYEfN EY. tin I Tho MORPB^t/Cuptaiii Bun/, TUESDAY and I ^YrIDAY M/njftgs. I The OITY OP ifEWCASTrj^Cuptain Suumebbkm., I WEDNESDAY mid SATURDAY Mornings. | GEORGE TULLY & CO., Agents. \ Hunter Eiver New Steam Navigation Co. 'i RETURN TICKETS. F' ROM Till/ nyrf, RETUHN Se TICKETS wijry issued, /vi/lnble for ono week, _ ! to passenger* by any/of tho HIR.N.S.N. Company '3 first-olass steamors, a/tlw folojjilng rate3 : — ' ? Saloon ? ?/ - ? *? - - - 253. f\ ; Steerage ? 15'. I GEORGE TULLY Si CO. .. Newcastle, Fob. 19, 1803. 416 — ? ' f Notice to Shippers to and from the Hunter I AND MELBOURNE. ANY Goods Shippyl by tiiwryConipnny's Steamships, to li**nvavdedj-) tfolbourne, will ' b« dalivered to tho fit I ' : YOU YANGtfov. 1j1n/-EN0NG . . 1 : syKAM&u/s,/ at 'the'- jdjoimni; Wharf, witmout any chargo for re mov^U/ anil goods from Melbourne will be received in ? like^nbr. p. J. THOMAS. ?'?-? Manager. O...

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. Thursday, 25th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. 1 ? Thursday, 25th June. Lecture on Gambling in the Primitive Methodist Church, at 'half-past seven o'clock, by the Rev. J. Studds. Opening of Court of the Order of Foresters, at Host Scott's, Blue Bell, Plattsburg. Fridat, 26th June. Speoial Ganeral Meeting of the Members of the Order of Foresters; at the Ship Inn, at half-past seven. Sale, at Dr. Brnokses residence, King-street, of House hold Furniture, at eleven o'clock, by Mr. Lochhcad. Races on the 'Newcastle conrso, between Jones'sPresi dent aud Parkinson's Mischief.

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HEXHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

HEXH'AM. I hear that Mr. O'Brien's coalpits, at Wood ford, are going to be worked again, and it would bo a great boon if they did ; It 'would benefit Hexham considerably ; it would cause a good many to be employed, and make the place look more lively, which is now very dull. Theso pits wore started hero bofore, but the coal turned out bad, after a railway hnd boon made, nnd money uxpended on tho concern to tho amount of £30,000. Thoy are now going to clear tho coal and throw all thu dirt away, and try to iim'co them turn out bettor tliuu before. I hope Mr. O'Brien may succeed this time, for hu is mi on turprising man to lay out such a lot of money, and then venture to lay out more. It would be a great pity if lie did not get some returns. Mr. O'Brien has has. his own waggons and engines, and everything uke to begin again. 'Tito nnrinla nf l-Tiivtinm u ri» r?Mmr)JniTiiMrr rrrnnf.lv about tho roads, which are really iu a frightful itate, especially those at Lower Hexham. Since the wet...

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

LAMBTON. Our rotuls are still in a wretched stato, and in some places almost impassable. We, however, nxpect an improvement after the monster meet ing that is to be lioldon at tho Newcastle Court house, this (Monday) evening, takes place. No thing short of compulsory assessment will raise funds to put our local thorough fares in a proper state of rupair. Several now buildings are being erected in the township and its vicinity. J understand that the Primitive Methodists contemplate enlarging their place of worship, tlio present edifice being far too small to accommodate tho hearers. It is also stated that tho Congregationalisms are about to mako a similar movement, as their chapel is found to be not sufficiently commodious for the hearers. A youth named Thomas broke his leg on Thurs day, at tlio Lumbton Colliery, by accidentally slipping oil a skip on which he was riding. He is attended by Dr. Harris, and is progressing favor ably. It is reported that a ring had been stolen from a ha...

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WASTE OF TIME IN THE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

WASTE OF TIME IN THE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. To the Editor oj the WetcautU Chronicle. Sir — Permit m* to call attention to the disgraceful waste of time which takes place almost every day in our police court. Our worthy Polite Magistrate, estimable enough in many respects, appears to think that the public nt large have nothing more to do than ho has. A simple case of drunkenness, even when the offender pleads guilty, frequently occupies half an hour, while in other places— Maitland and Sydney for example, tho same caso would not tako five minutes. How is this ; and is thero no remedy for it ? Mr. Scott really appears to me ns if he were quite sorry when thu business is nearly over, nnd often seems to linger nnd dilly-dally over the last case or two on the sheet, us though wish ful to spin them out as long as possible, forgetting, no doubt that he is keeping men from their business, and in many other ways causing them to lose valuable time. If it is said in whut way is the time waste...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. To the Editor of the Newcastle ChromcU. Sir — In looking throuarh tho columns of your papor of last Saturday, to my astonishment, I rend the following telegram, under the heading of ' Latest News :'— ' Mr. Parkcs and Mr. Tigho have intimated that they are un able, owing to other engagements, to he present at the opening of the now Public School nt Wttratnh.' How tho forugoing telegram could have reached Greville's telegraph office, Sydney, on Thursday. I am at a loss to know, as Mr. J'aikus and Mr. Tigho could not possibly know until Saturday morning tho day the Public School wns to bo opened, ns I only posted tlm letters to them on th* subject, nt Waratnh, on Friday morning. But no doubt the telegram was sent with the very best in tentions, nud both Mr. Parkes' and Mr. Tighe's answer anticipated by the sender of the telegram. Owing to nrim* iit-riinrTfmmifa with t.hn niluvn (rnlitlitm^n. T liarl only to let them know when the school would be opened, nud, if t...

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From another Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

From another Correipondent. The mutter of forming the various colliery townships in this district into/-\ Municipal District lias, during th* lust week, formed/the most proniineut subject for dis ?ussion- at nil placed where the public nre wont to meet, whether in the pit, tho workshops, the School of AiU, or at the corner* of tho streets — nnd ou all occasions Mr. Adam's resolutions npponrs to bo like aay other dramatic entertainment got up for the purpose of pleasing the people, and failing to do that it gets heartily abused. So doubt good roads artt very badly wanted in this district, but it in scarcely fcnuble that tliO'iuliabitttnts therein nre willinj to allow those resid- j ing in Newcastle to maka laws for Uie.m, or to identify themselves with the existing law with rpL'ard to tlm Municipal Districts Act, without taking into considera tion the position of the community they reside in. And if a few people rpsiding in Newcastle, from some appa rently selfish motive, bus origina...

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