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DISTRICT NEWS. WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUR OWN COKttESPONDEXTS. WARATAH. Tub late Shock of Earthquake. — Aheavy shock of an earthquake was felt by many of the inhabitants of this place, on Thursday night last. People were almost thrown out of their beds. No damage of much consequence has been done. In some places a great deal of crockery ware was ihnkeu out of their place and smashed. At the Folly, a lot of tumblers and some crockery were broken. I buli*vu this is the first shock of. un earthquake that has ever been felt in this place. Accident. — A serious accident happened in Messrs. Brown's new tunnels, on Thursday last, to a lad named William Thnnuis. whilst riding on thu skips. Unfortunately, ho fell and three of the skips passed over his legs, dislocating his kneo, breaking his thigh, and bruising his arms and other parts of his body in a frightful manner. It was thought at first thnt he would have to lose his lug. I hope, however, tho poor lad will not have to suffer that painful operation. He ...

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

Multum in Parvo. — Tho dispute butwecn the Government and the contractor for tho West Maitland bridge having been settled, the work is to be rapidly proceeded with, and when tho structure ia completed it will be opened for traffic without delay. A new lodgo of Free masons, under the Scotch constitution, has been recently opened at Muswollbrook. Tho Northern Agriculurul Association, whoso head-quarters is Singleton, is making good progress. Tho fixing of tho gnsmains and metres at the Newcastle ; and Honeysucklo railway stations, by tho con ;'. tractor, Mr, F. Ash, ia now nearly completed.. ? - The maizo crop in the Poet Stephens district is ?aid to bo better this season than it hat bucn for [ years past. ?;, Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — The family ? r, medicine chest that ia furnished with theso powerful c- remedies needs nothing more. Indigestion, geuend do nility, liver complaints, eruptions, sores, wounds, ulcers, ?i thumoura, &o., nre infallibly cured by their nso. T...

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THE LATE SHOCK OF EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

THE LATE SHOCK OF EARTHQUAKE. Nothing of great importunco 1ms come to our knowledge since our lusb publication re specting the late sevens shock of carthquaku experienced on Thumlny, the 18th instant. Information supplied by a variety of pursoiw fully confirms the fact, that the shock was felt in every part of the city nnd district, although it appeal's equally certain that the rocking motion was decidedly strongest in the eastern portion of tho city. The statements of some of the residents of lloneysucklePoint and Bur wood prove, that thu vibration of thu earth in those localities was very distinctly, it not vio lently folt, while in exceptional cases, people speuk of it as being exceedingly violent. At idre'Burwooil Pottery, the shock was sharp enough to causes a great rattling amongst the crockery ware, anil to slmko ono of the men from oH' a heap of coal on which he was sit _ting at the time. It is tlio impression of Mr. 'AF'Pliiul, of Honeysuckle Point, who whs awake when tho p...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, JUNE 22, 1868. Before J. Hannell and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P.'s Ws[?] Taylor. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

SMALL DEBTS COUfiT. Monday, Junb 22, 1808. B*for* J. Hannell and'E. Parnell, Esqa., J.P.'s Wilmotv. Tavlor. A claim for rent, amounting to £1 19s. Verdict for plaintiff for the full sum. Alenck v. Aurlet. A claim for £4 17s., for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for pluiutiff for tho full amount.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Juke [?] . Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Corlette, Howison, and Parnell. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. ?\Vedn'E3Day, June 1'. Before the Police nFngistrate and Messrs. Corlette, Uowison, and Parnell. Clutrgc ofExceu of Duty on ttiepart of a Conitablt. Constable Charles Griffin uppeared on remand, on summons, to answer the charge of exceeding his duty, by striking one William Thomas violently ou tho head, on the Until of May last. Mr. Mullen appeared for tho prosecution, and Mr. It. ?\V. Thompson for the defendant. Mr. Thompson said,|in pleading to the information, he submitted that no such oll'euce as that coin lined in the summon* was to be found in the Act under which thsy wen; going. According to the turms of the Act the uuieiKMtit must nuva been guilty of on« or other of three olfcncus. He must have been guilty of one or other of certain specified offences, neither of which went mentioned in the summons. He wa* willing to admit fresh service of .summons, provided that the sumiiun* ?rat altered so asTto bring the offence, within tho tur...

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

SUPREME COURT OF VICTORIA. — Mr. Wood Readett, solicitor, of Newcastle, has been appointed by his Honor the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Victoria, a Commissioner for taking affidavits in the Supreme Court of Victoria.        

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 24 June 1868

BIRTH.   BARTON. — At Newcastle, on the 19th inst., Mrs. ALBERT TINLEY BARTON, of a son.  

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DISTRICT NEWS. WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FEOJI OUR OWN' CORRESPONDENTS. WARATAH. Foot Races. — Anent tho matter of David Hughes, advertised to run a foot-raco of from 150 to 440 yards, with Davis and Junes, of Lamb ton, and Williams, of Wuratah. Xo nppearance of any parties to make the matches has yet been put in, therefore we can only say that, apparently they all .sing small to Hughes. A great sweep race has been mado between John Punton, SimOll FlrtJI. :inrl .Tnnnh Prnli^Tfa tn run n fnnf race at Waratah, on the 11th July, for £22 10a., that is, each man depositing £7 10a. Tho dis tance I have not heard. ' 1 am happy to inform you and tho30 whom it ?will concern, that the Board of Directors of tho Waratah Company' have, at tho solicitation of tho Rev. J. S. Wood, Dr. Pierce, and A. A. P. Tighe, Esq., M. L. A., granted toward3 the erection of a church of England there, fifty guineas, and a further sum of ten guineas a year towards the clergyman's sustontatiou fund. This appears to us to be a noble and chnr...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MY PRINCE ALFRED HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

ORIGINAL POETEY, MY PRINCE ALFRED HAT. As dowa the street I sprightly walk'd Spruce as a London swell,. Sly eyes that wandered through the crowd Fix'd on a lovely belle. Her form was like the graceful deer, duc muer inr wiui grace, And like the roseate blush of dawn A sDiile came o'er her face. Ah ! did she mean that smile for mo ? For me 'twag plainly given ; Enraptur'd gnzing in her eyes I thought myself in heaven. I nearer drew — my hat was oft My heart nil in u patter, She gave nnother smile, then said, ' Well, spooney, who's your hatter.' ? ZANY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

Hou.oway's Oint1 MENT and Pii.i-1— -A cure fo'r Alueg. soj, Piles, Fistulas, and Sores. —The very ?atisfnetory ' results from the uso of this iuvulunble ointment, in ? cases where patients have been suffering from these complaints, huvo induced the medical profession to in troduce thorn into the hospitals nud their private prac tice ; nnd in many instances where tho sufferer was con sidered incurable, Hollo way's ointment, iu conjunction with his pills, henlcd the most desperate wounds. They are unequalled for tiie cure of scrofula and diseases of the skin. In all skin affections incident to children, from the simple red gum to the complicated scorbutic disease, Ifolloway's ointment exercises a remarkably beneficial influence, cooling the inflammation, relieving irritation, nnd giving case to thu impudent little sufferer, ?pRtaLIMINARY jfroTICE \ OK / \HND SillEI \ BV / D . TA B I Sf n O P . pull Vvhticulaus/to follow. Various CityVllotnien/a Allotments in Waratull Township. . Sever...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE PROPOSED INCORPORATION OF PIT TOWN, HANBURY, LAMBTON, AND WALLSEND. To the. Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE PROPOSED INOOHPORATION OF PIT TOWN, HANBURY, LAMliTON, AND AVALL SEND. To the. Editor' nf the Newcastle Chronicle. ?Sir — Having gleaned from one of tho gentlemen who attended the public meeting lust night, respecting the proposed incorporation of the rural district of Newcastle, that a diU'ereine of opinion exists as to the best method of currying out the above desirable object, allow me to make -i few suggestions as to the ih'hIh.i iipenmJi which the committee have in contemplation to recommend. It was asked, 'Do you intend to incorporate each town separately, or do you propose to comprise tho whole in one Municipal District?' I would reply, in answer to lis. that as thu Act urovides for both courts, it is for those liahlu to bo rated (if ineo.pmatod) to decide that question for themselves. For my own part, [ can sou many advantages to he derived from united action whiuh could nut ho obtained if Mividt'.d into separate munici palities. I certainly, theref...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. 'Tua Australian.^ Protestant Bmcnir.' — The first number of a weekly paper bearing this title, and published in Sydney, has reached ua. It professes to bo ' a journal of itflitic.il aud religious freedom,' and in the article in ifhioh it introduces itself to the public it describes its object in the following terms : — ' We »re Protestants', and we mean to assert and defend our Protcstautuin'. But it is necessary to say thst Protest autism has two aspects— civil and religious ; nor is it in this peculiarity different from Popery— that, too, has both a oivil uud religious character. It will thus appear tliut ws shall only act in accordance with our protes. sions if we raeet tin twofold olmraoter of Popery with our own twofolil character.' Besides a variety of ori ginal and well-writton articles on Protestantism, the JJanner contains a good stock of gsneral n«ws, nnd one or two poetical contributions. Its sizs is that of demy folio, and tho reading matter tousitts of twen...

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SYDNEY. From the S.M. Herald ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

, I ? ;8 Y W, E Y . v Fr.ojMhc S. 31. Herald* ??' Juno22.~City of Brisbane*!!), 504, from Brisbane, 20th inBt. ; Gleaner, soli.,- GO, from Fijis, 1st inst. ' Juno 23.— .Tames Patorson, (s.), 291, from ltockhamp. ton, 26th iiist..; Eagle (a.), 147, from Cleveland Bayfia Gladstone, and Port ? Denison ; Bmoklay Castle, ship, 1014, from the Lizard, 17th March ; Onward, ship, 600, from 'Melbourne, 14th innt. ; Agnes Jessie, soh., 1R7, . from Launceston, 14th inst. ; Au Revoir. sch., 138, from Port Fairy, 13th inst. ; Ziska, brig, 185, from Mauritius, 30th April ; .Ethiopian, ship}.838, from the Liaard, 3rd April-; H.M.S'.S.^jJlan«h, 0 guns, fronr'Spithead, 28th Feb. ma King George's' !|buu\ib. 4th init. '??? DEPAItTTOES. \ June. 22. — Alice Mary; for Singapore. S June* 23.— Hangitoto (s.), Aloxandra (sj, and Leslie, for Melbourne ; iiiul Susannah Cuthbert (h.), for Graf ton. ? The favorite steamship Coonanbara has been laid up for the las&Jew^ays for^ho purpose of undergoing the ...

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LECTURE ON GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

LE0TUBE ON GAMBLING. On Thursday evening last, a lecture on ' Gambling : Its tendencies and results,' was delivered by the Rev. James Studds, of Sydney, in the Primitive Methodist Church, Brown street. The attendance was exceedingly good, better thiiu we remember to have seen it on time past. Not fewer than one hundred aud fifty persons were present. The chair -vas occupied by the clerical vice-president of the Young Men's (Jhristiau Association, in con nection with which institution the lectnre was delivered. After the customary devotional exercises, tho chairman, in a few appropriate sentences, introduced tho JEtcv. Mr. Studds to the audieuce. The rev. lecturer, after a few preliminary observations said, that the subject he had chosen, though a novel one, was not thu less important, and demanded the earnest attention of all thoughtful, pureminded, intelligent, aud patriotic men. It had been said that the present was a money-seeking age, and that men pursued wealth as their highest...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

M E'LH.O'U RNE . 'arrivals. ''?' Juno 2O.AiTarhrua (s.),»from Wellington ; Hero («.), nnd Catherine Jane, frSm^fowcastlo ;*Gcelong (a.), from - Sydney ; and Deiwent (s^fpom Launcejton. Jiino 21.— Penola (s.), from Adelaide\ City of Mol ?bourao, and Dandenong (s.), from Sydney.; nnd Wave, from Newcastle. June 22. — Aloxandra, Adeline Burke, Sea Nymph, and Sarah Ann, fromNewcestte. DEPARTURES. Juno %20.— Australasian i Packet, for Hobart Town; CatherineNjrhoniiksoUjvfor. Brisbane ; and TEssio Black, nnd Oberline, for Nbwsa^cU. . June 21. — Geelong fs.), for Galle. Juno 25. — Waterhly, for Newcastle. \

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Tuesday, June 22. Before H. scott. Esq.,P.M. ship Desertion [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Tuesday, June 23. Before JI. Seott. Esq., T.M. , S Ain Daiert inn. Evnost Linilholin ylemlud guilty to dasorting from tlio shii) John Nicholson, s»t Newunstle, on the ftird Muy, mul w«w stsnteucedtu eight waoka imprisumnent in Muit- Und K»ol. Drunkcnneti. Daniol Fitjipntrick, Arthur 0. Kitchen, Andrew An derson, nnd ThomnK Stewart, pleaded guilty to being drunk in Huiiter-stroot, on Monduy, mid were fined— tli first three nnmod, 5a. c;icli, nud the last named, 10a., or in default of imymunt the usual itltei native. Vayruncy. Andrew Gannon was brought Weforc the Bench, charged with having no visible means .if subsistence. Ho wan discharged, Mr. Scott informing him that ho would recommend him for tho Bonevulont Aaylum, iu Sydney. — Ch.irlio Jong (a Cbinnmnn) was sentenced to three months impriaonmont, for being a vagrant. Insulting Zauguuae. John Dalton was convicted of using insulting langu age in JJulton-street, and fined 5s. and 2a. Od. coats. I'm day, June 20,...

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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

ADELAIDE. AliniVALS. June 20. — Cassina, from Nuwcastlo. . Juno 22.— Fairfield, from Newcastle, ?-.'

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TURNING THE FIRST SOD [?] NEW LAMBTON SECOND COAL WORKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

TURNING THE FIRST SOD X ? -*\ Jf)k' THE I r NEW LAMBTOJf SECOND COAL WORKING. In the depths of the bush, about half a milo to the south of the rising and flourishing township of Lniabton, there urns celebrated, on j Tlmiscliiv last, an event of no. ordiuary in- , terest and importance. We allude to this j turuin' of*-, the 'lii'a{ sod of the seooud pit in connection with tho Nl-\v Lsuubton Colliery, owned by the Messrs. J'. and ? A. Brown, of this city. lu the month of January of the presunt. ye^r, we recorded in this journal the orieniug^if $he 'New Lambton Collit'i-jtoia a coHiorVt -'ll(* oil He voml1 occasions, both snbsi»q«ient\iiid prior tS-that event, par ticular respecting tho operations thereut have been given in the Chronicle. 'Without re capitulating )vlmt « already familiar to a. largo majority of o\n'' readers, a. 'few ^particulars re gnrding the origin and development of the (ire sent undertaking may not be out of place. Some months buck it occurred to the Messrs. Brown...

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LOSS OF THE SAPPHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

LOSS OF THE SAPPHIRE, To the. Editor' of the Sydney Montiny JTerald.—Hiv —Would you humanely givo me space, in your widely circulated .journal for tho following : — It will, doubt less, be in' the minds of many of your readers, that a ship, called the SapphiroXwoa wrecked in Torres Strniti In Jlovember, 1839, and that nineteen of her crew and passengers, out of thirty-t\f*, were reported by the sur vivors to have been murdered by the natives on an island called Hammond. I was in Eugland when the s.ul intel- . ligence reached there, and as I hud a painful interest in the | matter, I carefully and repeatedly read the narratives of the survivors in the English papers, as taken from the Sydney papers. I failed to discover in what way the sur vivurs could say that their comrades had so perished, as there was only the uncorroborated eviflonce of one man who d:ishcd himself into the water a/soon as hi: Haw the natives attack his comrade1*. I meniprkltscd her Majesty the Queun, asking her t...

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THE TRI-WEEKLY CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

THE TBI-WJiSKLY CHKOiNilGLE. t tion having been laid iillu for chub expivus puf|)(i.si-. Buforo luiiving, tho Muasiu Brown _ nnd other moinbeis of the party furnished s tho mon with the ' numlf'til' wheriswith to ; r«i)lenish tlicir stock of refreshments in case '. they should run out. j We undei stand that the sinking of the shaft . for the new pit, will be proceeded with at once, every preparation huviug been made to push fc the work to a completion with as little delay I as possible. Tho carpenters mo already on I the ground preparing a bed for the engine, and a contract will be at ence entered into I for the sinking of the shaft, which will bo , about sixteen feet in diameter, and -bricked as I fur down as the rock. The present trial shaft I will bo used as an air shaft wheu the arrange ments are completed. The railway line which now extends only a short,, distancu

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