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LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM PATEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

Latest Intelligence from Patea. Bv the steamship Rangatira, which arrived here* last evening, we have. tiles of papers from -Wanganui to Thursday kst, 18th instant There is, howeverj-no further intelligence from '??'' the disturbed districts than we give elsewhere, but vre learnt on board lost night, that the ? Stnrmbird had arrived from Wellington with ..^Colonel M'Donnell, and that he had ordered ?^Colonel Gorton (who was a passenger by the i ; Rangatim for this port), back again to Wan ganuL It is thoughtthat Colonel M'Donnell ';./ -ihas returned from. Wellington with full power hiirito aot 'as'.hw',diisereti-m dictates, and that bis . tjaortlering. Colonel Gorton back to Wanganui means derisive action; - ? ? ?? - *

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NEWCASTLE MARKETS. (Corrected up to Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

NEWCASTLE MARKETS. (Corrected up to Yesterday.) Business has beeVi, we regj-et to say, unusually dull this week, iu almo.sCUivery^ branch of trade. This state of affairs will not, wovope, continue long. There is little dohig\jn the flour market nnd prices remain stationary^y^rhe'iimticimtcd rise has not vet taken place, j^wis it likely^it will, at least for some time! hence, as fresh importations^ are shortly expected from1 South America. Maizo is in fair demand at present quotations, and it is expeotnd a further increase will take place ere long. Stooks are light, but tho neiy crop will be available in a .short time. Tin's year's crop will nut, howevor, turnout so prolifio as that of lust ^ar\dyl. Tni': frfilt JniaSlfet is'still'^are^ notwithstanding tho recent importations by the CiVy of Hobart (s ), from Tas mania) Another importation ^i-om the same colpny is expected soon. The vegetable market is well stocked, and prices are still the same as they have been nines the commencemen...

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COORUMBUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

COORUilBUXG. Mb. Editou. — Dear Sir — Having been on a tour through the (Joorumbung district, and my note-paper having got wet, I have been unable to correspond with you for a considerable time past. I was glad to find, on looking at the first puper I picked up after my long absence, that the inhabitants of Maitland had taken a step in the right direction, in entertaining a proposal made long ago by Mr. Denwick, to construct u canal from Maitlmul to Lake Mac quarie to carry off the flood- waters of the dis trict. As far as I can judge of the matter, there is no other plan to be adopted but this, with safety to the people living below Maitland on the banks of the Hunter. If the canal wort taken to Hexliam, as some suggest, that township would be no more after the first high Hood ; whil.it to adopt the idea of a canal to Lake Macquavio would, on the other hand, open up and render fit for cultivation 'in Hex ham alone,' not less than ten thousand acres. At present it seems the farmers ...

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PROBABILITY OF ANOTHER WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. DISTURBANCE AT PATEA. MURDER OF SERGEANT CAHILL AND TWO OTHERS, AT PATEA. TROOPER SMITH SHOT WHILE MOUNTING HIS HORSE. THE CANTEEN AND WHARES BURNT BY NATIVES AT WAIHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

PROBABILITY OF ANOTHER WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. DISTURBANCE AT PATEA. - MURDER OF SERGEANT CAHILL AND TWO OTHERS, AT PATEA. TROOPER SMITH SHOT WHILE MOUNTING HIS HOUSE. THE CANTEEN AND WHARES BURNT BY NATIVES AT WAIHI. From Hit Taranaki Herald. June 20. It is much to he regretted that the natives at the south of this Province have uguin com menced their atrocities by murdering, in cold blood, some of the European settlers near Petea. It is the more unfoitunate from the fact that this hus happened when confidence was beginning to be established, and when the settlers driven in by the war, were once again entering, upon their farms, and bringing the land under a stutn of culture. These murders have thrown a shade upon our hopes fur the present, und we wait patiently to sec what the Government intend to do in the matter. It does seem hard that this fertile spot of land, possessing one of the most beautiful climates in the world, should have, a pluguespot on it in the shape of a mur derous t...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. (Corrected up to Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

MATTLAND MARKETS. I (Correcteil up to Yesterday.) Little business has been done this week, cither in the wholesale or retail trade. Everybody is complaining of dulness in trade, and there is scarcely any prospect of a re-action taking place, FI.OUU.- Maitland Mills, £21 to £25, in demand ; country parceU. from £20 to^22. Pollard, 6i Gd. Unin, 5n Gd (bags given iu.) Colonial Pkoduck.— Tallow (beef). '£20 to jC'-2; mutton, £.(2 to £34, Hides, very heavy, from Hi* to 1& ; light, 53 Cd to 10s ; mediums, 10* to 153 each. Leather (harness). Is to Is 4d V' ft ; kip, U fid to 2a ; sole, lOd to Is 2d ; calfskins (colonial), 3.- to 5s. ; bag leather, 13s to 14s Cd, scarce. Hay, oaten, £3 to £4 ; lu cerne, fl 15-1 to £3 I? ton. Mnizs : There is Hill good demand, anil piices rule at from 2s 3d to '2s 4d 'fr bushel. 1'ot.it .*?-, £3 to £4 V ton. Bacon dull of sale. Cheese, in little in demand. Oniom, it* to Hi, for good. Butter, lOd to Is V tt». Eggs, 10u' to Is V dozen. FlttriT.— Applet...

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TOMAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

TOMAGO. There is'nt much stir in Toraago this week. I hear nothing about tho late shooting caae, and all tho talk about tho earthquake is confined to a few of the most nervoui of the fair sex, so that lam. quite at a loss for a lubject, but I must write somethinu, so for tho waut of any other subject I'll write a little aboul our Public School here.' Some have made the Tomago school tlio subject of a great deal of talk and writing, arid I may as well be in the fashion and write some thing about it also, and as I go on perhaps some other subject will present itself to my dull mind. The Toinugo Behoof docs not thrive so wo'l under the Public Schools Act as it was at first anticipa tad. Some people will perhaps be astonished at this, but it does not astonish me in the least. It could not be expected that such tricks and doings as were practiced in connection with this school would succeed. The attendance is much less now than it was when Mr. Drewe had the ' school. Some of tho children...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

NOTICE. TH E NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE 13 VUU1.1SUED THREE TIMES A WEEK! VIZ., ON Tuesdays, Thursdays, 8$ Saturdays, AXD CinCI.T.ATED AT Waratnh, Wnllsend, Lambton, Borehole, Stockton, Hoxliam, Raymond Terraco, Tomngo, Kant aud West Muitlund, Morpetli, Bolwarra, Lares, Paterson, Walla long. Uiuton, Miller's Forest, aud Port Stephens, «ie. ? »~ TKHMS. Subscription, per Quarter :— Puiil in Advance ? 7s. Oil. Booked ? 8s. Od. If.Sen£ by Post:— Paid in Advance ? .........' ? 9s. Od. ' Single CnpicH lit the Office or from the Agents ....... ? Os. 3d. In towns accessible by Hail orStenmor (ami wlieic we have no agent) paid . . in advance. . ? 9s. Od. For Advertisements :— For the first inch of space ? 3s. For evory subiequent iuch ? St. Q Advertisements across two columns or more will be chargod 2;- per cent, in excess of the usual price. A large discount will be allowed lor quarterly or standing advertisements. All advertisements intended for r^ubli. cation in either of the tri- weekly issues,...

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LATEST MEWS. Sydney, Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

LATEST NEWS. FROM CIKKV/LLB'h TELEUItAJf COMPANY. Sydney, Thwtday, 3 p.m. .The Hon. XV. M. Arnold will leave by the Kn kai to-day, oim visit to Now Zealand. Mr. G. 13. Barton will leave by the same vessel to take up Ilia residence in Otago. where he has received un appointment as editor of an important public iournal. The application of the suburbs of West Main land to have their lands annexed to the Munici pal Borough with a view to the construction of floodgates at Wallis' Cree't, is to bo published on an early day, probably to-ihorrow, iu the Go vernment Gazette. The Southern Escort delivered at the ir-int this week, 1947 oz. 18 dwts. C grs. gold. Oswald Robins Breckenreg, of Tamworth, inn keeper, is insolvent. t Mr. M. Lowe quotes choice pens cattle @ *,6 to £0 10s. ; good ordinary sheep, @ 9a. to 10d. Mr. Petherbridge and Co. quote oate.n hay @ £5 to £li ; lucerne, @ £3 10a. to £4 j flour © £21 to £23 I* ton ; and maize, © 2/5 to 2/7 V* » ? i. ..i uuauui. The wool sales to-day ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

v-- DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUE OWN COBEESPONDESTS. : NEW LAMBTON. The now railway works at tho Now Lambton Colliery are being pushed forward aa fast as practicably, and are I believe progressing satiafac. torily. I notice also 'that a new lino of telegraph wire is being erected past this place to the old Lamb ton Colliery. It gives me much pleasure to state that the lad William Thomas is considered by Dr. Harris to be out of danger. It is the general opinion that the saving of tho boy's leg is duo to the great care and skill of Dr. Harris who has cer tainly been unremitting in his attontion to tho unfortunate, lad. Trade here is moderately good at present, and has been so for somo time post. Of course wo have our little differences ut this colliery as well as at other places, but plenty of work like Hollo way's pills and ointment cures all complaints. I will try and lot you know in my next com munication .what the feeliug of the people living on the Commonage is, in respect to the prop...

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. This Day (Saturday). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

SALES, MEETINQS, AND AMUSEMENTS. This Dat (Saturday). Quarterly meeting of the Macquaric Ward Firs Bri gade, at seren p.m. t Sale of drapery, &c, at tho Market Wharf Auction Koom, at ten o'clock. Sunday, Jluy 5. Divine service, by the Uev. T. J. Pepper, at Lambton, at threo'p.tn., in tho Welsh Congregational Chapel. rThe' uBual services, in connection with the Baptist congregation, in the Oddfellows' Hall, at eleven a.m. and seven p.m. Monday, July 6. Sale of an cligihlo building allotment, at Wallsend, at the Wallsend Colliery, at three p.m. ?Sale of household furniture &c, at the premises at the back of Mr. Priest's, at eleven u.m. Rail and supper at the Northumberland Hotel, Minmi.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

?' Tbo Canadian House of Commons passed a resolution appropriating £100,0C-0 sterling for the purposo of {building fortifications.. Mr. Clarson, of tho firm of Clarion Shallard, Melbourno, lias boon shot in the left eye during a recent excursion at Barwon Park. The acci dent is not likely to be Berioua. Tho owner of Fishook states to the Australa sian the horae was entered .for the Port Phillip Stakes without his consent. ' The nomination is therefore informal. Tho Ballarat Star states that within the last four weeks upwards of 100 miners have with drawn their monoy from the Savings Bank for the purpose of proceeding to the .Queensland diggings. At a dinner given the week before last, the re jected candidate for Onkaparings the toastjof, thei Parliament of South Australia, coupled with tft^i representatives of the district, immediately suc ceeded a characteristic song, ' Oh what a world of flummery,'

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BRISBANE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

BRISBANE. Tuesday. The Queensland Daily Guardian and its week ?ly issue, tho Weekly Herald, will not be pub lished after to-day. , Two armed men stuck up Mr. Gold, Commis sioner Clarko, and Dr. Mason, on the Kilkivun road. Tho travellers made a dash to escape, and Dr. Juason . succeeded ana got clear on ; Air. Clarke was fired at twice, and then pulled up, and was robbed of a revolrer. - Information was given to the police, who at once went in' pursuit. They found tlio camp at which the men had re cently been, but the bushrangers, warned nf the approach of the police, had escaped into the scrub. - ..-Four South Sea Islanders have murdered Mr. Gibbie, of the Sutton River, and Mr. Bell, in the Kennedy district. Wednesday. ' Buley Brothers' sawmills have been burnt to tho ground, and the stock, machinery, &c, des troyed. The loss, is cpmputed at £5000. The machinery is insured in the London and Liver pool and Globe offices, for £1000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

NOTICE. Miss Mary Gordon, Postmistress, Tomago, has been apjioiuteil wjent far the ' Newcastle Chronicle,' and is authorised to receive subscKibcrii' names, pai/ntent of ac counts, as well as adrertiiements and order* for job prin tiny, on behalf of this office, ' Chronicle' Office, 3rd July, 18C8. SATUIiDAY, JULY 4, 1868.

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. June 26th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Jose 20th, 1808. John Ro\r, of Sydney, .chemist and druggist. Liabili tisa, £33,851 3s. 9d. Assets, £32. Sherrington Alexander Gilder, of Paddington, teacher, on petition and affidavit, . ? - , . ' , . . ,'Jbni: 27th, 1868; ? . George Childs, Pitt-street, Sydney, carpenter. Li» 'baities,£lill8s.9d. Assets, £20. Donald Rankin, of Glen Bog, Nimitybollo, bullook driver, late innkeeper. Liabilities, £81 19s. 7d. Assets, £07. ??' ,(.' ? . *.-,//. - ?- r; William Smith, of Vale Road,' Boithurst, publican. ?Liabilities, £147 8s. Cd. ' Assots, £133 19s. Cd. , Melinda Kendall, of Palmerrstreet, .Sydney, vridovr. LuibiUtics,£8017s.l0d. Assets, £5.

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

ADELAIDE. The proprietors of thu silver mine at Scott's Creok, South Australia, lately the Wheel Muria, have purchased a complete outfit of crushing machinery, and are making arrangements for set ting it up. Thoy confidently anticipate that they will bo at work in a mouth's time. There wer?' tremendous storms of wind and rain in Adelaide, on Monday last. - ' ? ' ? Tuesday. The Moonta case was re-commenced at the Suprotne Court, vesterdav. was adiourhed for a fortnight. Nino counsel were engaged on either aide. From the details stated in Court, the mine must have been wonderfully rich. Many miners aro leaving here for the' Queens- land diggings. Tho hows by the Panama mail has had no effect whatever on the corn market, except in as far as it-has somewhat strengthened it. Prices, how ever, remain unaltered. t Wednesday. ; Mr. Adcock has advertised fov distribution, by- lottery, his well-known racing stud. The corn market remains iuactivo. No trans actions reported.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

MELBOURNE. In the Victorian Assembly, on Monday last, Mr. M'Culloch moved a lengthy series of resolu tions, protesting against tho present Government continuing in office in the face of tho large majority opposed to them. In his speech, mov ing tho resolutions, he reiterated the arguments ho has so often used previously. It is rumoured that Mr. M'Culloch intends inviting tho public to take part in a monster demonstration iu his favuur, to be held in Rich mond Pork on Separation Day. Tuesday. In the Assembly, yesterday, Mr. Lantjton, in the course of a debate which occurred, took tho opportunity of making; a lone financial statement. by which he showed that the deficit at tho end of tho year was three-quarters of a million. The debato was adjourned. During the debate, Mr. Duffy avowed his intention of compelling the Ministry either to resign or dissolve, indicating that a resignation would best plaase him. Great numbers of Ballnrat diggers are leaving .there for Queensland. The Alexa...

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LATE TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

LATE TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. GREKFELL. Tho lead on the Fourteen-Mile Rush 1'ns turned out too narrow to bo of any value. The range in front of it, however, has proved to be aurife rous at a dopth of thirty-seven feet, with half a dwt prospect.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

-- SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. JULT 2. _ Contest, bq., 324, Laightoa, from Sydney. ? O. Hewi ?on, agent. Sussex, bq., 332, Gregory, from Geelong, 25tu ult. R. II. Griersou, agent. Wave, brig-, 174, Garaon, from Melbourne, 25th ult. jv. nogg, »gem. Robtrt Kurr, shin, 1101, Hunter, from Melbourne, 23th ult. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. Adeline Burke, bq., 281, Blake, from Melbourne, 25th ult W. H. Whyte, agent. Miss Kilmansegg, brig, 229, Finlayson, from Mel bourne, 25th ult. Captain, agent. Shun J-a, ship, G74, Milbank from Adelaide, 2Cth ult. C. Robertson, agent. July 3. Lucibellc, ship, 914, Foster, from Melbourne, 25th ult, R. B. Wallace, agent. DEPARTURES. July 2. A. H. Badger, bq., 407, Brown, for Lyttleton, with 490 tons coal. July 3. Pnk Wan, ship, 703, SUiel, for Shanghai, with 930 to&s coal, and 3 horses. R. B. Wallace, agent. COASTERS 1NWARES, ^-4i July 2. — Policomnn, Secret Scotia, Martha Ellen, Yarra, Nativo Lass, Colonist, ltcbeccn, Cont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

?a PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, ' ? AMI AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ' ? AU(J (I.IM1TKD.) STEASf to EXnhYfKTcAhlVMWIA, asd NEW in mniunction with Ufc SteamAk-ftoAtftrjJ^Tal Mnil Mail Hteanwhip Conipany oi M.W YORK. The Screw Sttwniihip 'EAKAIA,' S. IURitr WmnilT, Commander, 1500 tons register, 'i00 horse power, in nppoiiituil to lcnve SYDNEY via WELLINGTON for PANAMA, MOXDAY, 2ml AUGUST, at 3 p. »«., with Hor Majesty's Mail*. Through IHIIb of LnOiuK are issued at moderate rates and shipper* limy .roly ou ret'i'' delivery, iu good ' order, in schedule timu This Conipaiir'n Stnainersi leave Sydnoy on ths 1st. and Wellington' on tho 8th of eiich month, are duo at Panama on the 'ltli or Illlupf tho t'oUoming luonth, and will form reuHlar coimoftion thcirc/Os Knows :— FOB »J0OTIlAMPTdx. ' Leave Colon on IUTi /? 7tli, umJiiff at Southamp ton on tho 2Uth of oacl/inmithy / for s/n Fii.yfcefsco. LeaVti Pannnia on !)th, arrfcng at Sun Francisco on .ho 22ml of cauh montli. TOR XKW YORK. LoavoColon 12...

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COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 July 1868

COAL. Expout OP COAL from the Companies' Ofllcial Returns ;? for the wcok ending 20th June, 18U8 :— o ori._-. »c o *S ho - 9 ro«?^ Iir^\| J Mi Sydney ? 389 ~78 225 n5F .'. 472 142 175 Melbourne... 892 ... 121 520 100 1702 ... 310 Wallaroo ? 500 555 ... 10 ? Lyttloton ... ... \ ? 770 ? Java ? .\ ? 314 ? Shanghai ? ...\ 9C0 ... ... '... 1070 ... S. Francisco ? \ ... 790 ... /' ? N. Zealand.... ? \ ? ./ 594 ? H. Town ? ... \ ? ( 028 ? Otago ? ... ... .\. ... /.. ... ... 093 Singapore ? ' ... ..': ... * ? 3U5 Richmond ...? ... ? ? \ ..,' ? ., ... Hongkong... v. ? \,t. ? ? Auckland .../..'. ., ..y^-i- ... ??... ? Launceston,-' -?„ ... _/t \. ? : ...' ... Nelson ? ?; ? /C. X, ? ... Steamers ? 72 139 31 \ ? '..v* ... Homo con..r?i4l y^Tfl 45 ...\ ? 30 Total ... MM 784 1037 3450 1837 2258 1579 1242 Total exjjofts for the week- -14,887 to^s.'--. : '-'???

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