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THE OPERATIONS OP THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY IN THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

THE OPEfcATIONS OF THE BKITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY IN JHE : -AUSTRALIAN COTJXSJBB. \ On Thursday evening, pursuant to announcement, Dr Tucker-delivered anaddrew in connection with the above subject, in the.Conrt-house. .Owing, oubtless, tb the 'heavy shower of-ram-which fell ust abont thoitime the proceedings were announced o commeucer.tho attendance was only .limited, it was quite aTlarge, however, as could reasonably have been expected under the ^'^^'VWr chair was occupied by the Rev J. Ooutt^ ?rayer i._..: ? k.™ «4v,rB-i nn bv the Bev. Mr..Forsaitn The Chairman, in opening the proceedings, ex pressed his high sense of the honor done hun in HMng:ask«d'tD presi.de.at that meeting. He hri only one source of regret, and that .was that tho meetinR was not more numerously attended. J*. ore'caUing upon Dr. Tucker, there was one matter »wish*l briefly to touch upon. Uhere had been some report, published recently, reflecting upon the position^coupied by Drf-Tu&er as the agen...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, Jan. 8. 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

./parliamentary'. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.^ .' ? Wbdbssdat, Jaw. a 188& AiiswH&srro vvestions.— flUnuftstf^-in answer to questions, said : That the Laud Agent at Shoalheaven had not selected land. at Brundee Swamp, and that instructions had been issued that lund agonts^should not select land ; and that the children of the Public and Denominational schools in and near Sydney would take part in the public reception of Prince Alfred, it being impraccieuuie to oring cnildren troin tba country. Committee op Supply. — Mr. Eagar moved the House into committee of Supply. — Mr. Samuel moved as an amendment, that the House declined to go into Supply until the Governmont had shown Ways and Means with, which to meet the expenditure. The object of going into committee was to obtain a four months' supply, and by as senting to such a course hon. members would be abiogating the privileges of Parliament This, he for one, would never agree to, especially in the : face of the admission by...

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CRICKET MATCH. MURRURUNDI V. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

GBIOKET MATCH. MURRURTJNEtt V. NBWCA8TLE. Eleven cricketers from the pretty little township of Murrurundi — distant) some 120 miles from New castle—on Wednesday list engaged.in a trial of Bkill in the orioketing line with- eleven of our Newcjjat players, on the newgfpund, npar Sf- John's Church. The match having been made'up very hurriedly, it was not much known, and there were, consequently, vety few spectators to witness it. Tne Murrurundi men had played a match at Maitland on the previous fjay . U11U* UOIIIK TlVWiivuD) viioj ** w&w utuuuuw w come on to Newcastle to engage in a friendly contest with our local players, hoping and expecting, doubt less, $p gain another vlfitock V^e{ore retfurning to their iplan'd ho'«& TO this; however, they were disap pointed, the Newcastle team winning the game by 33 runs. The day was an exceedingly unpleasant one, a nasty, drizzling rain falling off and on through out the whole day, and rendering the work of field ing anythingjbu^...

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Breach of the Master's and Servant's Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Breach of the Matter'* and Servant's Act. Martin Richardson v. Denis Cunningham, Martin Rich ardson v. Margaret Cunningham. Theae costs were like wise postponed- to the 14th inst. for a second magistrate. The Chinese Order of thb Blub Button.— At the civio fancy ball (says tho Melbaurne Age) con siderable attention was attracted to the picturesque costume of Mr. Kong Meng. It was the coatame belonging to the Chindflo Order of the Blue Button, which ia equivalent to a baronetcyin the Flowery Land. Mr. Kong Meng jp the first Chinaman, out of China, who lias beep/iriveated with this honorable Order by the Emper|lv and/he wore tho costume for the first time last evening1. It is said to be the in tention of the 'Chinesa^Melbourne to give a grand banquet to Mr. Meng; in order to testify their iuitia faction at seeing so distinguished an honour, con- . ferred upon him.

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MURRURUNDI. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

MURR1TBUNDI. , ' .'?''? ' KBSTINNIltOS.' ~' * W. Abbott, 'd Franois, J-. Becston ? 26 - J. Abbot, b. Readett' ... ... .;. .;. ... i. 4 P. Haddow, lib.w;, h. Readett ? A.. .1. 0 ' J. W. Anderson, b. 'Readett... ... ..;.'..„ .'., 0 H.R.O,Bird,b.Rpftdptt .,. ..,'' ? .',§?. ^jAbbotf, Q.'Bejris.'b. Rea^qtt ... ..^-« -'13 JiTtlftTden, b. Readdtt ...' ... ... -tir^.,. .'.. Q. Jfe. 'Wright, b.JBeadqtt ..: ... J^*?.. : ... ... 3 ; r B, Haydira, noS out ... A'r'w ,tn- ?(; ?'?? 4 ' # J.Vaurahy, run, qut ,,,/rT., .„ .,, .„ .v 3;.

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Non-payment of Wages. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Non-vavment of Wooes. The oases, David Davis v. James Flateher, and Owen Jones and James Fletcher, were postponed to the 14th instant, for the attendance of;a second- magistrate.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. THE NEWCASTLE AUXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

BRITISH -AND FOREIGN ~\ ELE10 ^ ?:?: SOCIETY.: ' -- F -&?} THK HEWOAflTLE ATJIIHAHT. '?-. The annual meeting of the Newcastle auxiliii of the above'sbciety was held on Tuesday ere ing last. . . In our last issue we gave a report . the speeches' delivered on that occasion; we no ? present our readers with the report and balaoi sheet in jextenso, the contents of the report beii of such a character as to preclude anything K - ' annual report as read by the Secretary,' the Be E. C. Pritchard :— . .. ?' Report pf iBtf Nkwoastlk Auxiliabt or td-Bbw ano Fobkion Bible Sooiett, for the YiAb mm 31st Dkobmbbb, 1867. . vv v In assaying a report of the operations' of .tne'Newoi auxiliary ?t that noble and truly catholio society— t British nnd Foreign Bible Society— during the put n your committee cannot pass unnoticed the awful worldnn' the hand of Providence in our very midst. In tho hub of June last the greatest portion of the Hunter district »' visited with the most destructive Hood t...

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Throwing Ballast into the Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Throwing Ballast into the Harbour. Henry Miller was charged with a breach of the Naviga ble Waters Act, on the 27th Dec. hut. in throwing ballast into the'harbour. The charge was fully sustained, and the defendant was fined £10, with court costs 5s. 8d., and pro fessional costs 21s., or in default two months in Maitland gaol, in addition to the sentence passed on the previous day of three months ?

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. ? Sir — Some person, signing his name Splawfoot, hue written you a letter, and you have published it, complain ing not of the hardships that he has to submit to, nor of tho hardships of anyone else in particular, but merely that he is dissatisfiod with tho handicapping on the oconsion of the athletiosporta to come otf here on the 20th inst.|and although Splawfoot's letter is scarco worth a thought to those who ' havo no other idea than that of doing to their'heighbours ? ?? the same as they would dp to themselves, whether we at Wartitah do so or not, we are quite willing to leave to the future without bandying insulting expressions merely upon tuuugiv A^um mi. j^uibui, ± uiu uukH . uiuuiuur ui . ,lio Athletic Sports Committee, and know nothing about their handicapping for the last ocoasion, but this.l know, when tho handicap races were held at Waratoh some 12 months ago, several persons were dissatisfied with the haudi...

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Charge of Unlawfully Detaining Goods. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Charge of Unlawfully Detaining Goods. Thomas Kerr ipueared, on summons, to answer a charge of unlawfully detaining artioles of wearing apparel the pro perty of one Lawrence Murray, after due notice. It appeared from the evidence that the complainant went to the defendant's pawn-shop to redeem some artioles which had been pawned there. According to her aooount she' told Kerr the purposofor which she had come, and Kerr received the redemution raonev. stating at the same time he would give her the artioles oho required. As soon, however, as he had got her money he refused to give the goods up, giving .as his reason for not doing so, that her husband owed MM some money.— Tho defendant denied that he made any pro mise to give the goods up. — Mr. Wallace contended that the complainant being a married woman could not take goods out of pawn the property of her husband. He also argued that Murray being an insolvent, the goods belonged to the insolvent estate. — The Benoh having Borne doubt o...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF NEWCASTLE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

SHIRPINJ INTEtlfGEfgfl .,.^. ^..-*Uj- ?????? ABB1VAL8.. $*;*. * .....__—..., ''l&c, fcrigi 268,: B»Ti«a» from Sydney. O. Hewison, *?'. : ~-You Twigs (s.s.), 475, Paine, frow.Sjtaey'.-W'. Hi^rTijrte,-; &.I.. '^u*»Ii, ha!, 38ft Grova^from'MdbrimJie, 4^h in«t. ^;.Vi^ffi@f7featWn-,fromAael»id^lrtiiUt'C. : V- 'u^of SiwWbX1!^, Dixon. from Nebori. Ztth.uli. ;B'anrS-b!l^ Allen, from Adelaide, l.ti»- C F.^toto»dCo.,^ento.j^.o ., ,v j fv ' ' Agnes Irving (?.), Oreer, from Sydney. W. K; I^ehherf,. ?gent . ^ ia ' ? ; CiiiJii^;ll^2^Vp^el,'fromNel»i*i.; O. HewUon, 'fS£»rii, h*. ^7-Wyning, ftomPanidln. .- .{' - ??????.;??? ? ?^faM^TtJ»B8. ;?'-... I ? ??? ????? ?? ? „ -% j&, 8.' ? Hurricane, iWp, 1198,'JoKnrtoii, for Bombay, with J310 ' ^ ! yJ£^.^W'^** Melboanto «to Sydnej. V O witfc630^c£oo*l. ' ^Wn^^nt. v 7 ' ' ^%.('-V 765.-1*^. for Molboora*, with760 tons bo^L **jS§to^ri2236, Hummel, for Melbourne, with 360. ? ^X^A forMdboume, with 301 ton.oc^Aw.ll^ent BUn-^Phteson, »™Y K...

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

mHE? NEWCASTLE OHRONICliE, ' ?'? ? J ' ' ' PUBLISHED KVI1.T ;'*? WJtDNESDA Y and SATURDAY , ?) TORUS OF SUBSOaiPTlOH 8 i '' ? ' FaidinAdvanoe ? : Bs.gd, per Quarter. Booked. ? ? ? ...... 6s. *M. do. do. . : Single Copies— 8d. each; ' r Ths NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE him now beea . ( tctabUshed upwards of Tin Teaks, and ha* .the large - ?oK drodatioa of nearly TWO THOUSAND oopies pet i/f, week. . ' - ?'? &y~*~~- — .??? ? .. ? ~~ ' HU N T' E B RIVBtf/TE^T STEAM NAVIGATIOratfEnkY. ' STEAM wyjfYDH EY. TW 'CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Sim Htnmxt, TUBSDAT and F3MDAY mondng*. '? ? TJw MORPETH,' Captain Budd, WEDNESDAY ana SATURDAY Mornings. ' i ' .. GEORGE TULLY 4 CO.. Agent*. Hunter River New Steam Natigatioa COMPANY. h TO SHIPPERS AND PA8SENGERS TO AND ;? FROM THE HUNTER. , mHE CIROUMSjAnoES UNDER ' -I ? which thU Company *iAUH«d are well known; to shippers, and the uri^er/sflMrtriista that the publio wfll-oonHnue to rapport ZSaf'enterprise by direoting that shipments to: and jSBngf their...

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RAILWAY NEGLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

'raXlway negligence. tsm verdict of manslaughter returned by tb/ coroner's jnrjK; against the driver of- the goofls «|raut aria':th&*station-maBter at Petersham/ in consequence of the carelessness displayed byythem on the day of the recent fatal railway collisioh, .'will; surprise but few, and be diflFered from by fewer. A short while back we had occasion to notice a collision (of a less violent naiui-e, u, is true,. but none the lesa a collision for all that): wtiich occurred on. the same spot as the|onewe , now refer to. Fortunately on the ; former occasion.. no lives were loat, and it w«b then, -thought 'rae V^Qn given to the drivers,; guards, and [station-oWsurs would 'prove of Hasting benefit as a wl^iflfcfor the future. How far their hopes werereahAed we now see. One poor fellow is hurried into : .eternity, and some; twenty or thirty of his co-pa8senger#''are more or less severely injured through the Wanton neglect of duty on 'the part of two paid servants of the Gover...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FROM GARVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

r i* j tiT i i t e 1 1 it e n o-i; ,.-;-' _?TO« .pS|ivjUil'B TBLKOEXM OOBf*AHY. '\ \ BYDNEY— Thunddv. .'A' 'T1iw».*m ft decrease in the revenue of 1867j«r ompared with that of the pwviowyaur, of-£20,000. H --. It is rumoured that the Governi»enfc*rejdj*posod to inareaae the Tea and Sugar Dutiea/ , \, Mr. SuttaoVhe Bta*ion-ma»ter at'Petershaim and k '''?' Mr: IJixoiij.fiie^BDgine-driver cf i the goods train on. Hha ocmsiqn oMHlQate collision, have been commit ' ted for manslangtf^r, arid suspended from, their ?. '? ? autuationa under the Government. ) [' ... . . Tho,Re.v. James PUlars, JB.A., delivered a lecture before a large audience, on Tueiday, in favour of the principles of the Public Schools Aot, and against *he , uitesference.pithe 'clergy jn e^cul^r matters. ?? '?* The \SWaito}'orith H.». ?. Pr»o» Alfred and suite on boardj*rrived at HobarfcTowA on Monday, and landed yestKdlff (Wednesday). The Poyernpr -?'?'?'? intimated to the loca?«eception Committee that the Prince could n...

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Throwing Ballast into the Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Thrmoina Ballast itttd the Harbour. Hanry Miller appeared, on summons, to answer the charge of illegally throwing ballast into the harbour. The case was fully proved by the ballast-master, H. Bolile. . No defenoe was set up. Tho dofendant was found guilty and sentenced to p%y a fine of £10, or three months in Mart land gaol - ... ?- '?

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Claim for Wages [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

^SSsV r/niHi for Want*. David Jones v. James Fletoher. In this case- plaintiff ?sued the defendant for the sum of £5 9s. The defendant did not appear. Verdict for the amount elainiod.

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THE PROPOSED CAWARRA MONUMENT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

THE PROPOSED OAWARRA MONUMENT. To the Editor of the Setcautle Chronicle. Sir— In your journal of yesterday I observe that one Henry Smith has written you a letter relative to the pro poae'd monument to the memory of those who were drowned in the wreok of tho Cowarrn. In that letter he states that I was appointed tho secretary of.u committee, to whoso care was entrusted the scheme 'for the erection of sudh monument. Now, I have only to inform you and Mr. Smith, that I was never appointed secretary to the said committee— I am, yours, &o., .. ? . WILLIAM BAIN. Newcastle, Jan, 10th, 18C8.

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

To the Editor of the kewcaitlc Chronicle. K-; Sir — Having been informed that a good many persons .:??- luffered losses through laying bets upon me in the Water , . nian'a Race, in which! was one of the competitors, I there - (ore thought it was but justice to myself to give them and the publio in general somu information on thj sukject. I : - accordingly indicted a letter which ifwas my intention to ;' - ' ? have forwarded to you, giving the full particulars of certain :; '' doings connected with the raoe, which made it almost a mat Jv ter pf impossibility for me to win, but for the present I am ? ??:? constrained from giving it for .publication ; the reason'why' i/t that I oan pluce no reliance in tho veracity of my infor I , find I can substantiate what I write, and thon lay ray infor^. i1. motion before the publio for their enlightenment, espeoially' ?r { in the art of betting in boat laces. I ulso intended to com y: ment jipon a piece of favoritism showu to one of the cc in ?j ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

LOCAL ITETVIS. I Melancholy Suicide at Wallsend.— On Thurs day lust, a melancholy suicide was committed by a -man named David Lamb, .who had been drinking for the past few days. Ho hung himself 'by a halter . in a stable which is in the rear qf Mr. Scott's public house, where this unfortunate man had been drink ing last. We understand he leaves a wife and nine children to lament thoir loss. 1 Nabrow Escape from Dhownino. — A very narrow escape from drowning occurred at one of the new ballast jetties on Bullock Island, euily on Tuesday morning, under the following circumstances : — A waterman named Frede rick ZUdka had taken the steward of the brig Gazelle from the Market Wharf to his vessel, which wasiying at the time alongside one of tho new ballast jetties on Buliock Island. , In attemp ting to got on board the vessel from a truck stand ing on the jetty, the steward missed his footing and fell into the water. Tho men on the brig hearing the splash, directed Zisdka's attention to t...

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POLICE INTELLGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Jan. 8. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Corlette, Esq., J.P. Assaultino a Little girl [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8.     Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Corlette, Esq., J.P. Assaulting a Little Girl. William Cuddington (a blind man) was charged with un-   lawfully assaulting his daughter, Annie Cuddington, a little girl about five years of age.     The prisoner pleaded not guilty to the charge, saying that he had only beaten her in the way of chastisement.   It appears from the evidence of the prisoner's wife, that her husband came home drunk, and whilst in that state beat his daughter in a most unmerciful manner.     The prisoner said he could not find his way home, and the children left him. It was for that he beat them. The Bench found the prisoner guilty, and sentenced him to fourteen days in Maitland gaol.

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