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

PHOTOGBAPHY. iF YOIJ.'VA.MT K GOOD LIKE NESS, clear vn/6e0 .mtlinauDfafeature owl drapery, coino to the rnwfWii/i'iiic^Si) J'ine Auts Company, as every nttenUbn»na no oKftctio^uro made to any color of dress. / ' jfjU^y /JACOB KTJDET, Operator mid Manager. Hour* of attendance:- -From U a.m. to 5 p.m. 855s* A choice stock of Albums on hand, from 3s. ( « upwards. Australian Meat Company (LIMITED.) JUMORNIE, CLARENCE RIVER, N. S. W. T) RESERVED B^F, o&uQerj* quality, J7 in 2, 4, and G-lb. tjfis, for-5»ipV*fiS«: ? Medals received front Melbourne Exhibition, 18CG, and Paris Exhibition, 1807. RABONE TEEZ and CO., Sydney, Sole Agonls. To Shipowners, Captains, Agents, Colliery Managers, and the Public GENEkAr.r.r. TH E yfi/j) IS R jj/n G N E D having opTn^u tVhrauch. twMWisilm»nt in Scott street, bees to statin that he iyW-jp/j*wp-rred to supply IKON WORK bf ALL KINIW 6? the BEST MATE RIAL and WORKMANSHIP in any quantity, at the shortest possible notice, on reasonable terms. JOSEPH D...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, May 23. TlieMinistry were defeated on Mr. Gladstone's Suspensory Bill, the'stjeAud readiyg of which was carried against tho GoveuMicut uMSimjority of 23S to 213. Tho«tminuRakjjf theVftft was ap pointed for Juno oV***A \^ \ Sir B. L. Guinness, M.P., is dead. \ London, May 30. During a debate in tho House of Lords the Government expressud a desiro to hasten the dis solution of Parliament. Both Houses adjourned for the holidays. The Government have abandoned tho Catholic Univer sity scheme. Formosa was tho winner of tho Oaks. Tho Scotch redistribution under tho Roform Bill has been adopted according to the Govern ment plan. Tho principle of the representation of minorities has been ro-aiiinnod. Hostilities existing between Russia and Bok hara aro .exciting attention in England. London, June C. Mr. Mill presented a petition praying for an inquiry into the causes and conduct of the Abys sinian war. Tho latest advices state that the Abyssinian captives have arriv...

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

CANADA. ?\Vheelen has been committed for the assassi nation of Darcy M'Gee. Tho latter wns buried at Montreal, on May 13th. Twenty thousand people joined in the funeral procession. Mr. Ryan succeeds Mr. M'Geo, in the Canadian House of Commons. --Ono million has been voted by the Parliament for fortifications.

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

AMERICA. Tho House of Representatives passed a bill admitting North and ^onth Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana^CjrepreseivtiiiiMn in the Congress on certiMncojMttions. Th&QSenato Court refused to cWivTo^NisideiiPJbhnsoii on tho 11th article of impeachment. \ New York, May'21st. Gold, 137^. Exchange on London, 110.

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

SHIPPING. *? Arrivals.— From Sydney : Caldobeclc, Par ramnttu, Nonnnahal. From Melbourne : Vicks burg, True Briton. Omrtr Pacha, Warrior, and Mediator. FromjJawlyluiHtijf^Mncorry, Berar, Chilenu, ^y^^'V^PNij'ie, iStfephatra, .Suuchays (s.). Fro-«N[3!!»ng«\ Khmlwrtrtli. From other portB : Fi tardy, Wugoola, Cisay, St. Leonards, ? JohnBunyan, Aranstah, Willianq Electra, West bury, M. Gilbruy. Dbpautckks.— For Sydney : Stratlinavar, Jan Van Galen, Agnes liose, Damascus. For Mel bourne : Duke of Edinburgh, C. H, Sole, Latona, Burdwan, Somersetshire, Daring, Golden Horn, George Thomson, Sulina, Elizabeth Nicholson, Superior, Konciusko. For Adelaide : Viola, Vorulam, Pekina. For Now Zealand : Excelsior, Salamander (s.), Light Brigade. For Queens land : Young Australian, Harmodious. VessklS( Luadinu.— For Sydney, 10 ; Mel bourne, 10; Adelaide, i); Geelong, u; Tusuiuuin, 4 ; Queensland, 7 ; New Zuulaud, 7.

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

;-.-%frdMA. v . The Central ProvincSftarp to Ixfferected into a LieuteiKUit-GuvJt^XatV-^, V' Captain Coles, of tho slnp EurydVo, has been committed for trial iu Calcutta, on-a charge of murder. Tho noxt Judgo-Advocato of tho Army is to be a civilian and barrister. Natives of India will probably bo admittod in to higher ranks of tho Civil Service.

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

SPOR'tlNG^B t For the twoVthousand guineas stakes at New market, Moslem aud Bucunneer rau a dead heat, St. Ronan third. \ \ For the one thoVisaad guineas, Formosa first, Athena second, Lady (Joventry third.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

GENERAL SUMMARY. London, May 22. Her Majesty held a drawing-room, in Buck ingham Palace, on May 13th. The Prince and Princess of Wales occupy Windsor Cuatlo. Mr. Adnms, the American Minister, took leave of her Majesty on May 13th. The nowa of tho attempted assassination of the Prince reached London on 24th April, and censed a groat sensation. In tho evening, the National Anthem was sung at all the theatres. At-Oxford, Mr. Hardy, when laying the foun dation-stone of Kceblo College, announced the fact, when somothing between a shriek and a groan burst from the assemblage. Thu Bishop of ijxiuru, wjiu wiia pruauiit, sum Limt liiu rut miucs of the Irish Church were being confiscated to meet the wishes of a baud of assassins. Both Houses of Parliament presented addresses to tho Queen, to which her Majesty replied — ' I thank you, Tho attempt on the life of my son has, I am sure, only further aroused the loyalty of my Australian subjects, so heartily displayed in hit reception.' Addresses ...

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

SINGLETON. A Volunteer Coups fok Singleton. — The Government have sanctioned tho enrolling of a Volunteer Corps for Singleton, with the usual prviluges. This is, indeed, capital news (thanks to the energetic movement of Mr. W. 0. Clo monts), and we hope to aoe enrolled for the ' ser vice' such a body of men as will add honour to this distinguished corps. A public meeting in connection with the organisation is called for tho Oth instant, at the Iloyal Pavilion. — Times. Makkkts for Sinolbtox. — The Singleton Municipal Council are about to issuo the pros pectus of tho New Goueral Market Place — the matter being now in the hands of tho Finance Committee. The improvements will consiBt of an outer ornamental fence, twelve or fourteen feet apart from which will be tho inner enclo sure, thu intervening space to consist of a foot path and shrubbery. The market building will be 56 x 20 foot, over which, supported by arches, will be the Towu Hall aud oiKces, The various stalls, arranged skill...

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

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. There w;is u Foreign debate, on the effect of thu lute free-trade proceedings, iu tho French Legislative body. Tho Princess Dagmar gave birth to a son at St. Petersburg. He is to be named Nicholas. In Prussia, a bill for tho abolition of capital punishment was rejected. The clerical members of tho House voted for the retention of tho death penalty. Letters from Algeria 'ivo horrililn nnmimt. «f tho condition of the people. Tho Arabs continue to oat thoir compatriots and the children of ? Europeans. Three Arab women drowned a boy twelve years old, and then ate him. Marshall M'Muhon and tho Archbishop of Algiers aro at open war. The former accuses the latter of making mischief by proselytising.

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

AVEST MAITLAND. Cr,oai--o op Public Housks — Owing to the forco of circumstances, a power inoro ofl'octuul apparently, than the influence of thu New South Wales Political Association for tho Suppression of Tutomporance, no less than ten publicans in tho district have rofraiued from renewing their licenses for the ensuing year. Of this number three are residents of West Maitlaud, threo of Morpoth, two of East Maitland, and two of Lochinvar. The list does not include those who applied for licenses and were refused j if it did, two or three more names would be added to the category. At tho same timo we may notico that one house in West Maitland, which for some timo wns closed has re-oneued. and that armlicu tious aro forward for tho licensing of two new honuog in Lochinvar, aud one in this town. — Mercury. The Police Maoisthatk, — It was with great ploasure that we observed the Police Magistrate, E. D. Day,' Esq., ngain in his place on tho bench at the West Muitlund police court on Thu...

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

OBITUARY. Lord Brougham, Commander Pollard, Bishop of Hereford, Rev. Dr. Slatter, Lord Calthorpe, Lord' Forbes, Dowager Ludy-AVentlock, K. E. Chitty, M. d?o Conoiui, GenWvPajey, Sir B. Guinness. V:*-'4xi \ \ ?- ^ -.

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SELECT POETRY. HE PROVED UNTRUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

SELECT P 01? TRY. HE PROVED UNTltUE. Weep not, dour child, ho is not worth tho tear. That (lows too sndly down thy flushed cheek ; It wns thy fatal beauty brought him near, ? Thu rapturo passed away ere ho could spcuk. I, too, have had ray dream of lovo divine Tho nmsio of Am voice stolo o'er my mind ; ?'-'' Ho gain'd my heart— my dream wn« bright an thin*, ' It pnaned away and left a blank behind. Our vows were pli&litod, and he left my side, ? For duty called him o'er tho surging sea ; 1 prayed tor him- I was his promised brulo - I prayed that he might still remember me. Ah me ! the days nnd weeks rolled sadly on, Remembrance nude my heart throb on the same ; ? I loved him still — a long long year was gone— A year of grief, and yet he never came 1 Another year 1 ho came— but not alone, A youthful brido olung fondly to his arm ; I shrank in horror from the fair unknown, For inn dty-droam had lost its wondrous olmrm. He proved untrue 1 dear child, my reason fled, I nothing s...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. new Insolvents. June 29, — Joseph Cooper,of South GnndagraKlabonrer. Liabilities, £70 8s. ] Id. Assets, £32. 20.— William Kiohnrd Welsh of Newtown Road, licensed victualler. Liabilities, £2G8. Aaiotu, £07 0s. 29. — Charles James Woodman, of Campbell-street, ?Sydney, publican. Liabilities, £258 16s. 3d. Assets, £199.12s. J,uiy 2.— William Michael Bfaley, of Dungeon Creek, near .Bathurst, lnbourer. Liabilities, £74 'It. Assets, 2— John Moody, of Bathurst, writing clerk. Lia bilities £46 0s. Gd. Assets, £10. . 2. — Mary Frasor, of Brisbane Water, widow. Liabili ties, £IU0 10s. Od. Assets, £9 10a. 2d. MBETINOS OF OUED1TOB8. In tho estate of Edmund Groves, of Wallsend, miner, a single meetingwas held at EnstMaitland, on Tuosdny, before B. Lee, jun., Esq., noting for tha district commissioner. Insolvent was present, and testitied to the correctness of his schedule. Ho attributed his insolvency to sick ness in his family, short work in his ordinary, calling and pres...

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PROPOSED INCORPORATION or THE COLLIERY TOWNSHIPS. PUBLIC MEETING AT WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

?PROPOSED .INCORPORATION or .THE COLLIERY TOWNSHIPS. PUBLIC MEETING AT 'WALLSEND. The last of tho advertised series of meetings in counection with tUo movement for the in corporation of tire colliery townships, was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Wallsend, on the evening of Friday last There was u large at tendance, over u hundred persons being present. The meeting was by far the most lively of the aeries, great interest evidently being taken in the proceedings. On the motion of Mr. \V. Harris, Dr. John Pierce was voted to the chair. The Chairman after expressing the pleaiure it gave him to take the chair on such an occa sion, briefly explained the object of the meet ?'*&» wmiuu lie ciiurauberiseu us uiiu ui iuo utmost importance, viz. : the proposed incor-. poration - of the different colliery townships into a 'district municipality, with a vie.w to the improvement of the roads between the several townships and the city of Newcastle. He also requested that all who might . add...

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THE PATEA MURDERS IN NEW ZEALAND. TWO MORE VICTIMS SLAUGHTERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

THE PATEA. MURDERS IN' NEW ZEALAND. TWO MORR VICTIMS SLAUGHTERED. We give some additional particulars rela tive to the four mimlors by the Han Haun, of which we have already hud a notice. The Wanganul Chronicle of the 13th in Htant sny.s : — ' The distressing intelligence liua reached us that poor Caiiill wius only ono of three unfortunate settlers who have been brut- . '? ally murdered and mutiliitod by thu natives near Keteinurau, the^pther two victims being Mr. Squires and Mr. Oliirk, botli working at Cahill's when ut.tu.cked, aliot down, and totnu uuw^uit. j.u -i|»|ji;u(o uiutu mi. v/iuuii wun {jlu paring timber for the erection of a dwelling hoitue, aud Squires and Clark were in the ace of rolling a largo log on to the suwpit when a murderoiM volloy was filed ou them by ten natives, who immediately lushed in, and, hav ing shot the three men, proceeded to toma hawk und mutilate them. A gentleman who had seen tho bodies informs us that Cahill'a head was split through, and his fac...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 July 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. EmuTusr.— About thirty linci down tho «econd column of our leading article of Saturday last the fol lowing ciiiiirint occurred : — ?? What greater slur can thero btt-upon the good name of a town than tho f-iot that tunoiigat a, population of nearly a thousand soul* wiere in no lnsmuuoii, kc.' Attentive readers will, have judged that the words 'nearly ft thousand,'- ought to havo been ' several thousand.' Municipal, — A memorial signed by eighty-eight in habitants of North Illawarra, praying that that distriot may be constituted a municipality, under the style and title of the NorttKJhjnVurra llun^ciuulity District, ii , published in AsuppertWfct to a IaA uunrMr of the Govern limit t?arc((eV^-jesJjVv \ \ Coals.— A correspondent motitionsVhiit the recently high rates demanded in this colony for freights to Java for coal has noted most prejudicially, aiiVe have infor mation that large supplies of coal have been ordered from England, to the exclusion of the Australian pro- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 9 July 1868

CARTES DE VISITE; PlIOTOQBAPUED BY A. S HIT H E R .W U U N T E R -S TifcE^oV N ITVvb A/S T L B. LAHGE PIIOTOGlUimieM'IEVKS^rAKEN' TO ' ? /)RDER. ' ? rn g. a l c o o k, ' . ] , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,/ FAMILY AND mjIVaiN^GR0-f^R. STOVES, GRATES, & GENERAL IRONMONGERY AUSTRAL I A N TE A MA R T, HUNTER- STUEET, NEWCASTLE. CHARLES JfcOBE II T -S/6 N, GENERAL AttENT,r SCOTT-STRKET, NEWCASTLE. EB A I L E Y, ? Buotnralcpr, Hunter-street, Newcastle, lion's to return thunkn to tho unhlic of New/stle and District, for the liberal UfAptffn),';' ho hnit *MPived tlio lust, live yenrs, nnd polijjftiy their continnM suvpoct/ ? bogs to state that he isfirufmrpd to si%0)FrSJlinKfj5-i nn article equal to any in j/o colony for style mid werk ininiHliip, at prices tn d/fy competition. X. B.— All work done on the nroinis(n. GEORGE TULLY AND C O,, ' Agents to tlio H. R. N. S. X. Company. Agents for tho Sale of the Celebrated Anvil-/ Greek Com*. ^S y ? -- ff Auctiom-ers, CustouWTnnEo./Ship and Gen/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 9 July 1868

ANDREW HOGG CUSTOMg^IIiPPIXO, ,/ ' GENE K\yltfA G E/Js T . B 0 L t/jT. S T R EEJT, ? NEWCASTLE. THOMAS ROBINSON, VETERINARY SUJiBBbX, WATT-ST'CWET, NJIWCASTLE. Sheep & Cattle Doefrcm & Castrateu. DItS: MACKENZIE & MORSON, Physicians and Surgeons, W E S T MAITLAND, Dr. W. F. MACKENZIE, M.R.C.S., London ; L.S.A. , London ; And Lie. Key. Col. Fhyiicians, Edinburghy . can be consultcd-DAILY (SlincluaS excopted) nt lii^rcai dence, High-atrent f.'ro.tsuf^WVst MuitlWHl, froitysto 9 in tlio morning, If to 4 /u/tli/ iifttymuoii, and/ in. the evening. ™ —J— I /tffl' DR. A. K. MORSOF, M^T)., L'.-fcS., L.K.C.P., L..Y., Edinburgh, formerly Resilient Ph.vsicfim to tho Uoyal Hospital ; Hc.iident Surgeon to the Koynl Hick Children's, and to tlie Koynl Lying in Hospititls, Edinburgh ; and Acting Physician to the Infant's Hospital, London, can be consulted Daily (Sunday's exempted), nt Bu, Mackenzie's residence, High-street Crossing, West Mnitlmid, from 8 to 0 in tho morning, ...

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NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 9 July 1868

NEW ENGLAND. Tho weather at Ai-inidalu during the greater part of the week has resembled spring more than winter. But yesterday morning there was the most severe frost of the season, and thu day kept chilly, und threatening a change to ruin or snow. — Last evening a gentle, soaking rain began.— Ann'ulule Expna. We hear that sincu the robbery of thu Tenter fiolU mail Thunderbolt robbed a Chinaman near Bitigera of £G.— Express. Invkiibi.l. — The correspondent of the Express says: — We aru informed by reliable authority that the telegraph line is now within about six miles of the township, so that wo may expect it litre in about two weeks from date.

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