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

Murder at Bowi.maiAT,r.Y Point. — IVVhero- aa, on tho 10th May, Mrs. -Matilda Jones wa$ found murdered in her hut at Bowling Alley Point,and at a magisterial inquiry on the lltb, a finding of wilful murder was returned, a irowafd of £50 ia offored by the Government for informa tion loading to the apprehension »nd conviction of the guilty person or persons, and the Governor will ba advised to extend a free pardon to an ac complice (not being the aotual murderer) who shall first giva the required information.

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DISTRICT NEWS. RAYMOND TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUR OWX CORKKSroNDENTS. RAYMOND TERRACE. Town Commonage. — 1 mentioned in a previous report, that tho Govornmunt hud granted, or offered, as a loan, tho sum of £100 to fence in tho racu-courso or town commonago. For the last two day's Mr. Socombe, Surveyor, has been en gaged in surveying this pieco of land — it is now over six months siuco it was first reported that tho place would be fenced, and most probablynt tho end of another six mouths if not longer, tenders will bu called for orecting the fencing. I boliove tha trustees intend to charge an entr ance feo whon races aro held hero — whether this is legal or not I_ cannot say— but, it seems very strange that a pieco of land set apart for the use of tha inhabitants shall bo, fenced and entrance foc3 charuod when races or other snorts nra bulil thereon. Road Wokk, — A fuw days since soino work on tho now lino nf road leading to Scahnm was lot by tenders. Tho prices asked aro so ridicu lously low that it will bo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

Hom.owat's Ointment and pilw— Theso remedies are unequalled in their curative effects in all p.unful and serious cues of ulceration. Being an powerful and pene trating an they are healing and benign, they exercise a wonderful influence over tho diseased system. 'One established faot is worthy a thousand theories,'— Charles Croft, of Cbepstow, was nflicted with anabscesi in the Bide that baffled all medical skill. Despairing of relief, he was persuaded to me Hollowny'» ointment and pills. Hs did so, and in a ahoit time the healing process com menced, and the perfect oure rapidly followed. Direc tions :— Bub the ointment woll.botb night and morning, into the parti affected. Take at fint «ix pilli daily ; gradually iucreue the doie.

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YASS. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

YASS. Friday. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held at Cole's Hotel, last night, when the best and most, ncceptablo manner of welcoming his Excellency to our district was discussed, and resolutions carrying out the means proposed were unani mously adopted. BRISBANE. Friday. The Dalby Agricultural Show has proved a great success. The abstract of the revenue received during the quarter ending the 30th June shows an Amount from all sources of £101,833, as against £134,471 received during the corresponding quarter of lust year, being an increaso in favour of the present yonr of £27,302. The expenditure during the qunrter ending 30th Juno, 1808, Amounts to £121,185.

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GOULBURN. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

GOULBURN. 'Fridav. There will probably bo a general holiday, hore, on Monday next, on which day we expect the visit of his Excellency tho Governor. *

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BATHURST. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

BATHUliST. Friday. The discovery of yold on tho common near the racecourse lias caused some excitement, and a ?mall rush has boon the result. From present appearances, the workable ground dous not seem likely to be very extensive, eveii if it proves pay able. A steady rain has sot in this afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

NOTICE. Mr. Alderman J0U1T KKATINO, of ffigh-ttrtet, Morpcth, hat been appointed Agent for' the If 'bWCAS- TLECBROMCLE, and it authoriied to receive Sub aeriber'i names, payment of Accounts, as vnU a* Adver tisements, and Orders for Job Printing, Chronicle Office, July 6, 1808.

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ADELAIDE. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

ADELAIDE. July 2. The rainfall during the last three weeks of June has been four and u half inches, being con siderably more than tho quantity which fell dur ing the whole of the May and June of last years. Tho matter of this incumbency of ChriBtchurch, referred to in a previous telegram, will shortly come before thu Supreme Court. An application is about to bo mitdo for an injunction restraining tho Venerable Archdeacon Marryatt from enter ing upon tho cure of that parish. Friday. *'-**. ?? . ajl. j.- ««#u,« iaiucv uiua iiiviu&iig, **u boat o'clock, in a fit of apoplexy. Ho was forty-one years of age, au old colonist, and universally re spected. Thu corn market is entirely without animation. No transactions. Aruivkd. — Cagot, from Leith. Saturday. Tho Coorong (s.) has nrrivud. Her psiHanpe was delayed by tho breakage of thu connecting rod of her after engine,

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LATEST NEWS Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

LATEST NEWS. roox ohevxlle's teleoram cojipjlnt. Sydney, Saturday. His Excellency the Governor (the Earl of Bel mure), the Attorney-General (Mr. Martin), and party, intend to leave positively on their over land trip to Melbourne on Monday. Messrs. Moore and Dryan, the appraisers ap pointed to appraise the the soft goods detained by the Customs authorities for being under valued, haru sunt in their report to th* Govern ment, but no dicision has yet been arrived at. It appears that the Government at first contem plated -taking the goods at their declared value, with ten per cent, added, according to the Eng lish practice ; but it was found, on consulting tho colonial Act, that this could not be done. The importers are said to have offered to pay duty on the amount named by the appraisers as the total valuo of the goods. The Protestant Political Association continues to gather strength. It now numbers about a thousand members. The leading members of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce are r...

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LATE TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

LATE TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From the tlydney jutpers. MELBOURNE. July 2. Accounts from tho country districts speak favourably of tho Autumn lambing. In some localities it is confidently expectud that tho in crease will be quite 90 per cunt. The report that Scott's Hotel had changed hands hus been contradicted. Friday. The grant to Lady Darling ' is on the business paper of tho Assembly for discussion, to-night. Tho Argus, in an urticle rofurring to it, is of opinion that thu letter of Sir Ohurlas Darling in thu Time* of thu 1st Muy robd the gruut of all political significance. Colonel AnduiMon, whilst out with a shooting party, received u serious injury from tho bite of a vicious horse. John E. Cuwell, of London, has written to tho Argus, stating that his mother, Joslniii (Jowull's wife, is still living mid in purfoct honlth ; that, if Margaret Scully lias imu-riod liin futher, Joshua (Jowoll, his parent h;vs buun guilty of bigamy ; aud that, in flint caau, u criminal prosecution...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

TO ADVERTISERS. The bona fide circulation oj this journal— net includ iny the supplement— on last Saturday, ws nearly eleven hundred copies. 8b* «§tmmth @hwnult. TUESDAY, JULy\7\sC8. i ~-^.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, July 1st, 1868. Being Absent Without Leare. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

POLICE INTELLIQENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Judy 1st, 1808. ?Bern// Absent Without Leave. Charles Brant, in custody, was charged with desert ing from the American barque Masonic. Tho prisoner pleaded not guilty to tho charge. Constable Griffiths deposed to arresting the prisoner in a lane in Watt-street, concealed. Ho admitted he was deserting from the ship Masonic, and offered witness 10s. to let him go. Witness took him to the lockup. On the way, be dropped his bundlo and ran away. Prisoner : Did I jay that I was deserting. Witness : Yes. Prisoner : I did not, I said I was going to the washer woman's. Wi tutus : What with tin pots and cans ! (laughter.) Prisoner : Yoar worship I did not want to go in tha barque. (Renewed Laughter.) Captain fcimphcr suid tho complaint made was cor rect, and the prisoner was tho party he complained of. Mr. Scott : Have you any question to ask. PrUotmr : I have only to ask the captain to let mo leave the bitrque. (Laughter.) Whon I shippe...

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THE EARLY-CLOSING AND DAY HALI HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

THE EABLY-CLOSING AND HAlVhOLI DAY MOVEMENTT^- x A^e have not done with the Half-holiday aud Early-closing questions. ' Constant dropping,' they say, 'will wear away even stones,' and we hope, with persistent and consiataut argument, to wear away the op position, which, though not exactly of a ' stony' character, requires, we believe, more than cusual effort to overcome it. At a meet ing of the Primitive Methodist Young Men's Christian Association, held home short time back, an essay was read on the subject we are now treating upon. The essayist stated, in as full' nnri ininni*Hnl n liu*lif no nngaihlf* flu* many reasons why'riot ? few only but all the shop* in Newcastle might either close each day at. an early hour, or devote one entire afternoon during the week to the recreative ? uat ui uic vutjjiui/Cif. A lie uppuucuis ul tue twin movements were invited to attend and discuss the matter in a friendly manner, but none of. them came, aud so the early- closers and half.holidayists h...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, July 6,1808. Before Mr. Honnell, J.P. Byrne v. Williamson. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

jj ? SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, JulvO, 1808. Before Mr. Hnnnell, J.P. . _ Birrnev. Williamson. : TO« case had beon decideil at the last sittings of tho '?U Debts Court, and verdict given for plaintiff. JWntiff jj i0Mee of tuo Hint(m pullt| an(1 oiiU,ned )i ™»pen»atiou for damages done to the uiooriug chain of r? p™nt- ''''sod by the steamer Commissary-General L 1 dofomI'»t « master and owner) coming into '™* with, and bJeaking the chain. . 'r. Mullen now applied for a,new trial upon affidavits. :t ^'^'or opposed the application, and his Worship i'r™ ^ erimt a now trial, on tho ground that the : Stt*0111* rt'8uklinS »uch applications required ? 'Uiii, .M. haV0 heen nwdo ^f0™ tUo termination ko, *iiti'B- ot the court, and was too poiomptoiy .'«oito{Rnydi«orotion.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO THE 11th JUNE. Ministers Again Defeated. Loss of the Northumberland. Execution of Barrett, the Clerkenwell Fenian. Her Majesty Places Her Irish Church Patronage at the Disposal of Parliament. Acquittal of President Johnson. Church and S'ate Riots. Scotch Roform Bill Carried. Advance in Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

ARRIVAL Ns'. OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, \ x~!i VIA SUEZ. *? \ . ? Wl^WS TO THE 11th JUNE. Ministers Again Defeated. Loss of the Northumberland. Execution of Barrett, the Clerkenwell Fenian. Her Majesty Places Her Irish Church Pat ronagt at the Disposal of Parliament. Acquittal of President Johnson. Church and S'ate Eiots. Scotch Reform Bill Carried. Advance in Wool. We received the following telegraphic mea lage from our Syduey agents at 12.30 yester day morning : — The Bombay steamship has arrived, bringing English news to the 1 1 th June. The Great Britain had ai rived with later news respecting the attempted assassination. The intelligence was followed by indescribable excitement. Addresses to the Queen were sent in from all parts of the kingdom. The arrival of the Prince was anxiously expected. It was intended to give him a magnificent re ception. The Queen and royal family were well. The Catholic riots continue. Barrett the Fenian was executed. Disraeli was again defeated on the Iris...

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THE WEATHER PREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

THE WEATHER PREDICTION. Mr. Groves, of Melbourne, has propounded a ?ystem for foroaating tho wuathur. It is bused upon the theory that atmospheric disturbances ?re due to magnetism, nnd that theao disturb ances increaso. or decrease in proportion to tho intensity of the magnetic force, as due to tho angles of position of tho heavenly bodies, whoso proximity affect on r world. Wo subjoin his pre fcuictiona for tho month of July .— 1 'Fresh and fine . ? Strong gale, cool V J fcreaa breeze 4 Moderate and fine 15 Strong gnle, probable thundor and lightning, rain » Fresh, inclined to rain 7 Strong gnle, cool 8 Fresh 9 Strong breeze, nearly a gale 10 Friali and fine Jl Moderate and fino 12 Fresh 13 Strong l»;eze, with rnin A Etl!llN -»«lincd to rain in «?''? inoI'ned to rain 10 Moderate and line ' s ii Stronfe; inclined to rain, thunder and lightning 18 Fre»h and fine i 1» Strong, inolined to rain f strong, inclined to rain ?: ^IFreali and fine 1 n |.'''0'S nrceze- fine, cool :i S I'rong ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. : , ARRIVALS. JULT 4. Fl»typui (8.8.J, from Syduey. w. K. Lochhead, agent. Sea Nymph, bq.f 25C, Walker, from Melbourno, 28 til nit. Captain, agent. Rialto, bq., 303, Lcnoveau, from Melbourne, 23rd ult. Captain, agent. Water Lily, brig, 263, Gallou, from Melbourne, 23rd nit. Captain, agent. Cantero, bq., 297, Black, from Geclong, 22nd ult. Captain, agent. DEPARTURES. JULY 4. Adeline Burko, bq., 281, Black, for Melbourne, with 380 tons coal. W. U. Whyte, agent. Bengal bq,, 323, Grierson, for Adelaide, with 497 tons coal. G. Hewiion, agent. Catherine Jane, bq., 377, Heath, for Melbourne, with 610 tons cool. ^Captain, agent, C'^ WaVe^tfJgVl74KGarson, W^deWle, with 275 tons coal. A. Hogg, agent. T'^ ^ Jolt 5. Lady Duflerin, ship, 955, Sheehan, for San Francisco, with 1380 tons coal, and 25 passengers. K. B. Wallace, agent. ., Jolt 6. Tell, bq., 321, Bier, for Wellington, with 430 tons coal. C. F. Stokes and Co.; agents. COA'»TER8 IMWSfBES, July 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

f TTUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM U NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAHL TO SYDNEY. The HORPETH^UaptainJJi^D, TUESDAY and The CITY OPJNHWCASjraji^Bftpwin Summerbill, WEDNE/SDAY anffSATUltDAY Mornings. / GEORGE TULLY ic CO., Agents. Hunter River New Steam Navigation Co. RETURN TICKETS. FROM THIS DATE, RETURN TICKETS will bo issuedjuvajjible for one woek, to poasongera by any/of tlifr'fl^N'.S.N. Company's fintrcloas stearasodjKT the faUpyuig rates : — , ? Saloon ? / - £^0l4^*P' 25s. 'ij; Steerage/- . . r . . . . 16i. / i / GEOUGE TULLY & CO. Newcastle, Fob. IS), 18G3. 416 Notice to Shippers to and from the Hunter *AND MELBOURNE. ANY Goods Shipped by thi» Company's Steamships, to be I'gr^-ardecUo^lolbouruo, will ba delivered to th» f\*f f7^^^ YOU YAwS&CiK BATffigjyjpm at the adjoining Wl^rf, without any charge for re mov&l, and goods from Melbourne will be received in like manner. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices — Foot of Market-strast, 80th March, 1808. 790 PUBLIC NOTICE. STEAM T...

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY (Tuesday). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. Tins Dat (Tijesdat). . Usual monthly meeting of the- Newcastle Building and -Investment Sooioty, at Court-house, at seven p.m. Wednesdat, Jult 8. Masonio meeting, .at Rouse's Hotel, at eight p.m.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Saturday's Empire, in its commercial artiolesajj :— Brcadstuffs still stbk at tho quotationiof the last few weeks, no ciroumstaucb'iBGniing faeffecty change. The cargo of tho ErhnnTOfar^¥ron&&liforn^a/is said to be held at £21, but buyers are only disposal to offer for small trade lots, in the expectation of a dkline. Ade laide silk-dressed is quoftft at £22 to £23; teonda, £20 10s to £21 10» ; New South Wales, VictorianY, and Tas manian, at from £19 to £21 ; Adelaide wheat is quoted at 9s to 9s 3d j Tasuianian and .New Zealand, at 7s Gd to 8s 3d. Colonial Produce.— At theRailway Sale Yards to-day, the usual Bupplies were submitted. Live stock failed to command the attention expected, a number of very fair average sheep remaining still on hand, although offered at tho remarkably low price of 7s. In maize there seemed rather a better feeling,- 2s 9d being obtained for some considerable quantities, and as much as 2s 9d being realised for a smal...

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