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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
NOTICE. We hart lo apnto^iite to the public for being nnahle to mpplgtlie extraordinary demand for our hiue of Tues day. The demand -ma so much in exceu of tchnt we an tiopttted, that erery copti of the paver teas sold at an early hour in the day. We shall take care that our tubicribtrs andtupporlera are notditappninted again. THURSDAY, JULY 2, 18G3. ? .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
?' , NOTICE. ri^H E NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE 1 _|_ IS rUBLISUED THREE TIM EH A WEEK I : ' » . VIZ., ON Tuesdays, Thursdays, 8^ Saturdays, AND CIRCULATED AT ? . Waratah, Wallsend, Lambton, Borehole, Stockton, Hoxham, ,-BAymond Terrace, Tomago, East and West Maitland, llorpeth, Bolwarra, Lar(f8, Pateraon, Walla long. Hinton, Miller's Forest, and Port Stephens, &c. ?- ' ? ???; ? » — ? — — (, ' TEBMS. Subscription, per Quarter : — Pnid in Advance..:. ? : ? 7s. Oil. Booked ? .'.... ? .' ? 8s. 0d. ; - flf Sent by Post:— . . Paid inAdvance.:.':':.;.^?;.........: ? 9s. Od. Single Copies at' the Office or from the Agents ? .........;..;...... ? 0s. 3d. In towns accessible by Hail or Steamer (and where we have no agent) paid in advance ? 9s. Od. For Advertisements :— For the first inch of space ? 3s. For every subsequent inch ? 28. Advntiso-ments across two columns or more will be charged 25 per cent, in excess of the usual price. _ A 4-£rge discount will be allowed for quarterly or standi...
English Politics. THE DEBATE. London, May 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
/W ;-'''-^';jpA- ? - ? ' . EngUsli^olitics. -v THE DEBATE. '??? ----'-'?? ?'?? London, If ay 1 —p.m. The House of .Commons' went. into commit tee of .the whole immeUiately after assembling last ntgliton thqfiisfiof the Gladstone resolves on the Irish C'liurchVestablishmeiit. During the debate Mr. Walpple, in tlie course of his remarks in opposition to ? Mr. Gladstone's 'resolves, said these attaoks ori a clergy, such us that 'of- the Irish Church, who were noted for the purity of their doctrine nnd for their elevated learning and Christian zeal, were sure to lead to the most disastrous results. Lord Eloho followed. .Hjgpid that the in troduction of these resolvesr at the present time was unnecessary and unfortunate. The Roman Catholics of Ireland would never be satisfied with anything short of supremacy in ecclesiastical matters. After the conclusion of Lord Elcho's argu ment, and at a rather lale hour, in the presence of a full House, there being an unusual.nttend anco of members o...
Trial of the Fenian Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
Trial of tha-Fenian Prisoners. .;';..' The tfiul of tlie Fenians for the Glerken woll expiation lins been concludetl. The case of tililii set up by Barrett signally fnilotl, nnd the jury-velurueJ a verdiefc of guilty ngain.st him aud acquitted the other prisoners Barrett delivered n'-long addres*;when tho iwuul ques tion was r!ut\previons to . passing sentence, ni'ter which' tho Lord Chief Justice condemned him to be hanged. The prisoners acquitted are 'William Desmond, Timothy Desmond, Nicholas English, John O Jveuii-, and Ann Justice-jithey wern charged with the murders of Martha and Humphrey Evans, William Chitton, Sarah ,H/wlgkirison, Minnie Abbott, and Martha Thompson at the C'lerkenwell ex plosion. Besides those, Burkf, Crt.s«y and yimw are now fin triuMor treason felony. The entire domain belonging to the Hud son's Buy Company is to bo „ coded to the Crown. V .'? * ^ John iBright and other numbers .belonging to th'e liberaL party iu England have united in a jietition- to tl\c...
MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
' V ? M ELB OUR N E . ' -.?''?kiVB*'' arrival's.' , ' : .. i W 'June 28.: CiognetAfrjin Halifax. ? ? 7— — : ? ~ ? ff Yau-YonR» (s.)rtrom 'Sydney. ? yfa 7 ? ' ? ' ' June 27; rY ' AlhHmbra (s.), from Hokitika. ?*? . -: .'-' ? ' * '?? , MEPARTORES.,* Ju'ME'27. : *. ' Bialto, forJJswsastle^ ..-' ' ; Ann, for Newcastle. ?», Alarm j for Ifewcastlo. ' '- Blaokbiad (s), for Sydney. Tnrarua (s.j, for Otngo. , ,
COURSE OF THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
COURSE OF THE CABINET. Mr. Disraeli then rose, and amid the most profound silence, said this decision so altered tho-relations of thu Ministry ntic^ the Houso of Commons that the Government' needed time to consider what action it would take. Ho accordingly moved that the House adjourn* until Monday. The motion wns carried, and tlie House ac. cordingly adjourned, at 3 a.m., until Monday.
THE DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
THE DIVISION. At half-past two o'clock this morning, the House divided cm the first of Mr. Gladstone's resolutions, which read thus : — ' That, in the opinion of this House, it is nfcossary that the Established Church of Ireland should cens« to exist as an establishment — due regard being had to all personal interests and to all indivi dual rights 6T property.' Tlie tellers aunonnced-the result thus : — For the resolve ? .'. ? ':!0 Agutnst the resolve ? 205 Majority nguinst Disraeli ? ,. C5 ?The announcement of the result was received with loud aud prolonged cheering from the liberal benches. This is an increase of seven over tho majority by which the Government was beaten before. . '
OPENING OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL AT WARATAH. MONSTER TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
OPENING OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL AT WARATAH MONSTER TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. The above school was formally opened, on Monday last, the event having been celebrated by a tea and public meeting. &nbsp; &nbsp; upwards of three hundred persons sat down to tea, but as many as seven hundred had been expected. The ten was got up by Mr. Shoemith of Lambton, and we scarcely need to &nbsp; say it was excellent. After tea a public meeting was called — the attendance numbering, &nbsp; at least, four hundred. The building was crowded, to excess, and several could barely obtain standing room. On the platform were Revs. S. Wood, W. Bain, E. C. Pritchard, T. J. Pepper, &. Morton, F. W. Ward, and W. Kingdom, and C. Cleveland, Esq. On the left of the Chairman were seated a united choir under the leadership of Mr. Jones, of Lambton. The time for the commencement of the proceedings having arrived, Mr. Turton, the chairman &nbsp; of the local Board of Patron, a...
PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868
PIRACY. The following communication addressed to the editor of the Times, and which appeared in that journal of the 27th February, is worthy of persual : '1 beg to enclose a copy of part of a letter received from Melbourne, giving an account of a piratical attack on the British ship MacdufF.on the 23rd October, 1867, in hit 7 30, long. 20 52. From the rarity of these adven tures in lute years, I think it would be intetest ing to the British public generally, and serve as a warning to ship's captains in particular, and trust I am not exacting too much in asking you to publish it in your widely circulated columns. I enclose my sard. ' On Wednesday, the 23id October, the calm coutinued, and an ill-defined feeling of feat' pervaded the officers and saloon passengers. At eight a.m. a ship was seen sailing directly to wards us. As we thought she was homeward bound, we prepared letters to send. To our surprise she steered away, and was lost to our sight. About noon she -again came iu sight...
PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868
PEDESTRIANISK. .-Running Match Between Hiogins and Cusack fou£200 Asms. — This match, which for it considerable time has excited so much attention aud interest hero, came off on the 15th of June. There were nearly 3000 people ou the ground, in cluding several Melbourne men, backers of Mat. HicL'im. Both men had been well trained and were pronounced in capital fettle, and although Higgins had the call in the betting, -the frieiuU of Cusack were very sanguine. The men got away well together for tlie first heat — 150 ytirdi, although Higgins almost immediately bounded 'off \ two yards ahead of Cusack. This lea'd waa maintained until nearly homo, when Cusack put on a final spurt, and the result was a dead heat. -The judge declared his decision to be a dead heat, and in this both the umpires agreed, but it is understood that the refereo i» of opinion that Higgius won it. After a spell, the men came out again and ran the 150 yards over again. This time Cusack got away with a start of a ya...
PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868
PATERSON. Henry Wilson, u master blacksmith, and Ito bort M'Guiiines, a wheelwright, were charged by Benior-constablo Johnstone, with maliciously breaking the windows of the Wesleyan Chapel, on Sunday morning, the 21st instant. Constable Johnstono called Jji/szey (Jann, who cleposeil tliat, between nine and ten o'clock on Sunday morn ing, tho 21st of Juno, she was at tho Scotch Church with a nuinbor of children, waiting for the opening of tho Sunday-school. She saw the two defendants pass the church. They were tipsy; they wore reeling ubout in the road. They descended tho upper road, and wont down by the SVesloyan Chapel. On descending tho hill by the chapel, defendant (Wilson) fell down. He got up again, ami then rushed to tho chapel win dows with his hands lifted up. I then heard a crash as if the windows were broken, but could not see defendant break tho windows. I did not see defendant, AL'liniuncM, do anything to tho chapel. I heard several of the school children cryouc, ' Sue,...
WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868
WALL-SEND. Sinoe my lust I hear that Mr. Mark Fryer, an old rosidont ammig us is about to retire from publie business and that Mr. Uiohurd Fryer id to take possession of the house. An accident has happened to a littlo boy, named O'Keef, who unfortunately got very severely ficalded'by a cup of tea, and is said to bo lying in a very precarious stato. The only plonaing aspect that wo can look upon with any degree of satisfaction is to see the Co-operative Coal-Cumpany constantly kopt at work. ' \ \ The Wallsond Company's pits are very slack, The weather is delightful for the last few days. Wednesday, July 1, 1808.
SELECT POETRY. A PLEA FOR THE SONS OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868
-** SELECT POETRY. A. PLKA FOJl THE SONS OF TEMPERANCE. A bright nnd clicDrful fire, A room, too, kept with cave, A wife in nent nttirc. Contented, kind, nnd fair. Two liemts, l-y lovo cemented, Two beinss, who dny by dny, Lived imiHiynnd contented, Chasing dull cure uwuy. it ***** * Slowly, but surely, ilrink, ] Has toil this happy homo ; Mournful nnd ami to think Hungor nnd wunt should come. A heart without u fire, ? A room without 11 clmir, A wifu in mean attire, lioruo down by bitter care. A bnbe, wan, palo and sickly, Sho presses to lior breast, And strives to sing how thickly, His weary form to rest, iiut one short year a-;o 1 tow lnippy wad hur life ; Ah ! then, she did not know She was a drunkard's wife. But one short year ago He cluiined her us his bride, And vowed for weid or wos To labour by her side. Now, he who was bo kind Him changed in every way ; Debased and weak in mind, Fulls lower, ility by day. His lovo is changed to hate. Hi* kindliest* changed to blows, Andslio...
WALLALONG (HINTON). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868
WALLALONG (IKXT0X1. I lenrn that the l'Vee Church Preabyteriann nt Itooky Slontli, Cliuenco River, lias HWrt a call to tho ltev. Dun cun Mclnnes, Bolwnrru. Ho wiis very well received und much liked by the Highlanders on thu t river. The call will jirobiibly bo tiikcn into consideration at tha first nicbting of the Presbytery of Mnitluud, which is to bo hold at ltiiymond Terrnco next Wednesday. One of tho dams on Mr. Croaker's estato, 'Woodvillc, lias jnat been completed. Tho contractor, Mr. Webb, deserves great praise for the riroinpfc ami cflicicnt niun ner in jvhicli the work is done.. I believo it will stand the test' of almost any flood. Tho other und larger dam (Howliind's contract), on the same estate, is not yot com pleted. Tho works on this dam has been very extensive, but owing to uome engineering mistake, the earth keeps sinking about tlio middle of tho diim in consequence, I believe, of its being placed too near a large watcrhole, iuto which the earth keep3 slipping, This...