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

' NOTICE. I rVRE LOCAL COMMITTEES of the / I TJTOilAS DULLIXG, ? ^ ? Secretary. I THm tPtUBLr0 READING BOOM in d X Slarket Square will bo opoQ 1Q c On THUBSMoY /EXT, tlfe 16th, h and continue open eve^W^W ^? W*«J(o 10 Seafaring mon arfmitt/1 Fr«e. Lnj JAMES W. BUXTON. I ' e= ? President. I lease of land to be Sold. through it. There is «i^u yofis of t&^*X.rU''' ~ Apply at the Office or Ufa pJX WLMSZio run ? — ? 7 FOR SALE— MADE TO ORDTi-R 1 irK^«te»*^^ «m / / F- ASH, Newcastle. ^ccmrMop^k/^for^eo^^G T r ? ~ — 101 A. A / -H E B, — nepaira neatljr executed, and all Orders punctually ? attended to. ANDREW H0GG~~ BOSTON. STREET I is now ? XKWCASTI.E. ' QAETES DE VISITB, ~~ 1'iioToniufiiiiD nr, TV/TI h!!!_^ ^oivws ta^v to c.un( ' ? Ordur'p QHAItLES/ ROBERTSON ' I / /^* D jr Jjtp-y I 81-l«nt ai GElfEnAL AURNT, / I ment ? i££5J£^£BEET, NUWOASTLB ' ? ~ — M u £)RS: MACKENZFE & MORSON WES T M A I 'f LAID, ..,«,« morninB, a to 4 in th, , aftBHWo, '^..df! in the and SA-^ DB. A. ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. arrivals. Jolt 9. Alarm, brig, 195, Lane, from Melbourne, 27th ult. Captain, agent. Jm,r 10. Sydney Griffiths, bq., 333, Eatten, from Gcelong, 2nd init. K. H. Grieraon, agent. Jeannie Oswald, bq., 212, Devine, from Molfaourno, 4th inst. 0. F. Stokes and Co., ngenti. Tower Hill, brig, 181, Harless, from Sydney: B. H. Grieraon, agent Indus, ship, G17, Alsop, from Melbourne, 4th inst. R. B. 'Wiillnce, ngont. Eclintio, bq., 314, M'Lcun, from Melbourne, 5th iiiat. G. Tuily mid Co., agents. Eliza K. Bateaou. brig, 1153, Peverley, from Sydney. C. F._ Stokes and Co., agents. - TKadinn- shiii,.CC2, Blaudh.^from Wallaroo, 2nd inst. G. Hewisoiu1 agent. »v IVillium Ackers, bq.,208. Sayera, from Gcelong, 25th nit. R. H. Grierion. agent. Amherst, brig. 171, AngUnt. from Bluff Harbor, 17th inst., with 34 tons scrap iron. G. Tully and Co., agents. Alcandra, sell., ISM, Edic, from Melbourne, 4th inst. Captain, ugent. Priuce-Bdwr&rcl, brig, 174, Brabh...

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

HUNTER RIVER SEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. . 5 T F.A M jX)/s YD N E Y. The MORPETH, Captaft Bm-^ TUESDAY ani FRtDAA Moruuiua, Q/f The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Sumheubbij. WEDNESDAY /nd SATURDAY Mornings, GEORGE TULLY -fc CO., Agents. Hunter River New Steam Navigation Co. RETUnXTfflj^ETS^r FR 0 M TUTS %ATURETURN TICKETS will ho i-£ued, available for ono wnek, f to passengers by any of the; U.R.N.S.N. Coinpany'i Bret-clas* stemnari, at the following rates :— ? Salnon ....-.--- 2os. Steerage ? 15s. GEORGE TULLY & CO. Newcastle, Fob. 19, 18(i8. 418 PANAMA, N K \V Z E A LAN D. AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY (i.miTKn.) y Steam to ENGLAS^^JALTFOr/™, and NEW YOltKViA 1'A^Vj/a, in conjunction with UW Stoiitu/iujs of tlio Royal Mail Stimm Packet Oun^iiny of EONDON, nnd PaciBe JIuil Stunmship Company of NKW YUltK. The Screw Stonmsliip 'RAKAIA,' S. IIarkv WitmiiT, Commander, 1500 ton» register, 'i00 hone. power, i.i iippuintuil to leave SYDNEY via WELLINGTON for PANAMA, ON MONDAY, ...

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NEWCASTLE MARKETS. (Corrected up to Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

NEWCASTLE MARKETS. (Corrected up to Yesterday. ) Mr. J. C. Bonariua sold, at tho Market Wharf Inn Yards, on Thursday, eleven head of broken Mid un broken horses, ranging in prices from £4 to .til. There was a good attendance, but the bidding was not very spirited. Business has net been so brisk this week as might lrtve been expected, owing probably to there not being so many vessels now in the harbor us there lias been tt week or two ai'o. Tho unpropitioi-siiet-s of the weather bus also militated aguiust the transaction of business to a certain extent. The flo'or mitrkfit has changed a little, and prices are on the decline.' Jlio quotations now vaiy from £20 Ills £22, mid n further reduction u iinduipatcd, there being heavy stoukb in Sydney, and fresh importations expected from California. It is the belief that llour will bu down to £10 in the collide of a short time Maize is decreasing- -the ruling prices being at present 2s Id to 2.-* -lil. .Stocks are light and replenishments are...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

COWMEROIAL INTELLIGENCE, The total quantity of coal exported from the various collieries this week is'10,2-10 Ions. The exports have been as follows:- To Sydney 3U10 tons, to Melbourne 3001, to Geclons 215, to Wellington 435, to San Francisco 1420, to Shanghai 8211(5, to Hongkoug-700, to Opiu-a iiOO, to Java 305, and for steamers and home consumption 494.' . ? COAL. Expobt of' Coal from the Companies' Official Returns for the week ending 2lith June, 18li8 : — . -a n3 s ji * o* b' Port Shipped V || S I 1 S.'^ S3 ? ~i M ^ S= 3 £ (S* -3 Sydney ? !M5 2a(J 445 482 970 1032 ... 330 Melbourne... 410 ? 88U 10415 ... 050 Geelong ? 215 ? Wellington ? 435 ? S. Francisco ? 1420 ? Shanghai ? 1908 ? 1015 374 ... Hongkong ? ... ? 700 ... Opaia.... ? ... ?. i ? 300 ... Java --.S ? ...t ... ... ....- ? 3«5 N. Zealand... ^.;.i ? ... ? U. Town ? ... .V. ? .SIii£ii|iore ? ? ' ? Richmond ? Auckland ? ? ? Launceston ? Kelson ? Steamers ? 90 190 ? 39 ? Homo con... 95 74 ? Total ... 1135 500 23G3 2337 2805...

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

CREATJALEJT£§,OO£ QROCERV^&jRAPERy ! SALE COMMENCED — — — ?»??»?' ?*-& ^a-. as. 9 *1T stXEa a?' ^S Pumuant to AJ.ertUsm,,,, anno^cing a Genuine Sale of 'S~^SS— 5SSBMK2 ^..,,.MSTATOALSALR I ?.^ ...mi iu rt-mina t ne Pub Ho it is rsrn prTi^p convince Anyone that we h ter rl t,, »! n aS a V1Slt *' Our St°re 'ill i liberal **pplt w hwrSS^*™™ Cw'm™ **«»** for the castle. We will show rcceivecl since »e commenced business in New 200 |miig of white mid colored Blm.kob,, from 7, n,. 1 ««of S.HXOHIM, fK,m Is. i-i(, woK,,4js- o. / 1 (-?««(? ditto ( I J.) } 1Ilosu we unuiiiinlleiL^K^qulHty ? // 1 c*se diito (BBJj) / / LS I 50 piuw... 30-inch gray ditto, SJfl U / / I 1 cum twilled grey sheeting, iVon. 18. 7 ld / (// 1 c««i j.Inm ditto, from Is '/ J-^ 1 case 8(i-inoh white »heotinff. ls. 1 1(J ' 2 ditto bmwn and white Turkish towel L JO dozen ditto, colored, „]! S;ZI,B ' I J! ««. of now print* di»ct Iron, MaStJ,' '^l We Imve Received u Lnrgo Con,ignn,o\it of ^E^'^^^.Do^ktaTmuwm.T...

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

THIS. BAY, SATUlfDAY, July U. ' Bt Contc.-t, froni Adelaide. On acconnV of wlio/n it may Concern. ?? To Bufrerar and Others. DT . CNJ SHOP 1 lias received AnstnuHJoii8 to sell by auction, THIS DAY, fiATUKDAY, lltli July, at his Stores, Watt -street, at 1^' clock sharp s 22 sacks sinierliuc Adelaide flour S huff ditto ditto, slightly daVmgcd. / Terms, Cash. \ 7 \ Markey Wharf Auction/lloomk T ail S D/A Y ! -Vt 10 o'clock, filiarp. Jc. b\o n/a r i u s ? will eell by puWic uu/tion — Blankets, pjJotXsouU Drawers, twlwifi trousers Moleskin troinvi-s Calico, priiw, Itannel Flanuel vaifi auiKdrawors Inverness /tpes \ Ti/'«llier wit\ Bncou, efieesa \ Jromvnr/ \^ Wutclu/, clocks, nud jow^lery, &c. J Terms, Cash. -y SALE OF /' UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. JC. B CWT jJWl I u S . --MltTya«$», On MO SWAY/ thefflHh IiislanUj/ at the P^j*UMi5e7 N*-come/stre|t/^^L^-^ tho undermentioned goods, jfledgud (vilh fiin on the date* as tupli-r : — ^ ? February Kith.— Gold mmcyf lever watch, (5283. 12th. — M...

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

? ; ? ... T0^e£ditor «ft& irwauile Chronicle. P»perof the3dth June w^ Soh°o1 '» W™ » letter which mm.!, caunot however, pass orer signed-ThonasTlam ? i,y°T-l0Utyni of thUl d«y. [?] Bcliool Act.' The onlr rmn.,,'t t »''i'-1 ul, «'° -ruwio hour wlii.h is ullcVtted tn 'filsflous ''struction in th. n.i.i... *i..» _..2r_. P?1™ »r«rwards, who anueurml t.. mmimm tion one in which the Bihi.fi i r, ''' 91»'oa ?li.n.1,1 ufti ,M V. !.? *?BJ , _V «'? »o religious instmctor [?] give iu v fncrions o..,i ,.»;? s * -V 'n' I. f°«- one, will not 5.&7^te heen'g^^S?1 J- SPICEK WOOD.

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OUR WEST MAITLAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

OUE WEST MAITLA.UD LETTJ3S. The week's nows, as fur as this town is con cerned, has not buun of vury much iiupurtuuco. At I predicted, Professor Wuslliuhl'a Lutur tainuiuut, ut the Thuiilru on Sjiturilay evening, «muo tu ^riuf., iimainucli 'as aoum evil dispo.stid burduii or p-ji-jona diidlicd u buokut ut' water upon lim. whilu hu win ubsorbisd in the rtiuitiitiuii of uf ono of his fiivuuritu Shakespcarcm piuoci. Jt appear* that tho ^uiitleimm, wln- jiroiiH.ictl to assist him, trc-ticheroualy duiurtuil him iu his llour of iiuud, untl lie wus loft alone iu his glorj on tin) stago. HU yJory, liuwevor, wiw not vury conspicuous, owing tu his failure Id uiiiku proper ?rrutiKOinuiitB with tlioOusComniiny. The light wuv very doliuiunt, on this account ; and partly because of tUU, and partly because thu audience was ruthur aparsu, like the shipwrecked compa nions of Jineas iu Virgil, 'ruri tmiitus injyurgito TRHto,' the Piofiisiior intimated to hid patrons that'he wuuhl postpone thu enterta...

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THE ORDER OF SONS OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

THE OUDER OF SONS OF TEM PERANCE. Amongst all' the associations known ns Friendly Societies, wliich, both in England and tbe colonies, are making rapid and healthy progress, none are more deseryiag of praise than those which combine.; with their tnonetiin advantages the higher ad vantage of inducing men to cast on one side the baneful drinking customs of the age, and' of these latter, the OViler of Sons of Temperance stands 'bePfcre.us'a prominent example. The principles'uf tlfirOrdcr may be enunciated as seeking to reclaim the drunkard and save the young men of the of the land from becoming drunkards, whilst, at the same tune, ensuring its members all the privileges which are secured to societies wherein temperance, is not a sine qua non. The- working of the Order is carried out upon the most economical ruins, seeing that where Oddfellows, Forresters, &u., expend certain sums in the pursuit of not always temperate conviviality, the exchequer of the Sons of Temperance experi...

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THE LATE PUBLIC MEETING AT WALLSEND To the Editor of the Newcastle chronicle [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

THE LATE PUBLIC MEETING AT TV-ALr.RFVn To '' £*tor of the NtKca.tl, fih,.n,,M. [?] * ? ? ??''« term., which, I trust von will ^ .,t [?] Sicta, 1 n° ?COm°,t° WalUBn'1 'nl e»'««'»«r o pre nis. Jt „ the flr.t time, Mr. Editor tl..,f r .. 'iiPiil CHARLES CLEVELAND.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

OTTERS TO THE EDITOR. ? THE STEWOASTLK UOROUCIt COUNCIL. Jo the Editor o] the SfoecutU Chron ide. -«'«?? of heWSneir '^ ?'' Ilollm's 'ns'n 'I1™' . JJPiw, my astonish ',IVr0C1!etlillS!l u' iAIor'lIrty last to 'iewnntof nbilitv,!- i ' 'i\' stla»Bei- nmoiiK you, at ' « *ith tho varfo i n, I f1 'J'C- '* tllc «W«'»o» in dealing ?i^tion AVhv.f3 wIli--;''-\'»e under their eon ''''iniportmtsuiin » W'8 hi'd}y ' «'ord spoken on ? ''? «n.l alE. ..'. uI J00''1 c«oi'«'iS H chatterbox Chris. ?»*«.Ml)orts0f i ° eors-, ilnvi'S »een through the f^ing to Ind a SP ° yiocet-'(lil'Ka °f lost year, I was ex tou» „'.'. ' .' sct of men who wi.nl,) l.,,v« ,. „„„.! ,i'i ?'^wliichcmc i hnV .'i'1 °' e,vury Tll;stio» of import wl»» 1 C Tl! T l''''1 Vut J'ulK° of --»y surpri«e, 'Wble to K ,,?,,'' °L\na'- w '' wc-i-e either afraid or . fted thefr ' i'tent ?o. ? 'a?,'',',',1'1?^ T^stion, which I I ^,'1 out a lot of ?,,»?; M n --'.'?»«'- certainly uplut I J»«itio,, o ! the c tv ,',« I ''? I-'Kl S I Mmllt llle '«'''...

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HARTLEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

J1AHTLEY. Thursday. Mr. Byrnes, tho Minister for Works, who lias accidentally dislocated his shoulder, is still here, but intends to return to Sydnoy to-morrow morning.

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LATEST NEWS. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

LATEST «EWS, FROU QBKVltLE's TELEtiUAM COMPAJJY. SYDNEY. Thursday. The mail steamship Bombay, arrived at seven this morning. Tho Iato ?.Ir. William Dangar, of Cheltenhnm, formerly of Turanville, near Scono, bequeathed, amongst other legacies, £.500 each to the Sydnoy Destitute Children's Asylum. Tho Sydnoy In firmury and the Sydnoy Benevolent Asylum, £200 ench to Scono and Singleton Hospitals, and £100 each to the Maitland Hospital and Sconu school. Tho Southern escort delivered at tho mint this wp*.lf_ 2.ifiO iiza. rnild. . * Majors Windeyor and Raymond had an inter viow with the Colonial Secretary yesterday, in reference to a proposal that the uniform of the volunteers should be changed to a scarlet colour, Mr. Parkes entertained tho proposal. William Garment, of Murdering Swamp, far mer, in insolvent. Messrs. Hunt and Stevens have just published a superior map of this city. The wool sales to-day wero thinly attended, owing to the principle buyers being engaged in perusing their E...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

ADELAIDE. Tuesday. — In the despatches received by our local Government from tho Colonial Office, no thing is said with regard to the new Governor for South Australia. — It is rumoured that our Parliament is to be called together for the 31st July, but nothing positive is known on the sub ject. — Mr. Montgomery, on his first appearance at ulO .Liioace fioyai, was most eutmisiuauuuiiy received by a crowdod house. — For the laat four and twenty hours the weather has been frightful. There have boon violent gusts of wind nnd a heavy, continuous fall of rain since two o'clock yesterday. — The corn market remains more than usually dull. Wliwxt is quite nominal, at from 7s. Od. to 8s. 3d. Flour, £20 to £21— The corn market remains very quiet, with no transaction to quote Wednesday. — The Intestate EstntoBill, under which the law of primogeniture has been abolished in this colony, has been assented to by her Ma jesty. — Dr. Schombnrgk, tho Superintendent of our Botanical Gardens, has receiv...

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BELFAST (VICTORIA). Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

BELFAST (VICTORIA). Thursday uflernocm. A heavy gale lias been blowing along the coant sinco morning, nnd has been attended by ship ping casualtius. Tho schooner Balmoral was driven ashoru in the forenoon, and tho brig Mary Grant, which for a long time appeared to be likely to weather the storm, has also dragged hur anchors, and boen beached. The crew of tho Balmoral havo escaped, but tho crew of tho Mary fi rant are still on board. Both vessels had full cargoes of colonial produce. Three lighters, full of produce, are also known to havo sunk at their moorings. . ® fc* IJtewflwrtfe (Sit wmwfe. SATURDAY, JULY 11, ISfiS.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

?J ~ ? ' ? ' MELBOURNE. July 8. — Tho fossil jawbone of some very largo extinct animal has been found near Geelong.— The Gympie exodus is going on to as great an extent as ever. All the stoamerB are crowded tho moment they aro placed on the berth. ?\Yodnesday. — Tho Assembly, this afternoon, passed another^-esolution, which embodied a vote .of want of confidences in the Ministry ; and then adjourned till to-morrow. — Flour is quoted at £21 os. Thero have been sales by auction at £1 0 IU3. — rno legislative Assembly met again tins afternoon, Tho despatches recoifod by tho mail, iu reference to the Darliug grant, were discussed. At last resolutions were passed intimating to his Excellency tho Governor that no supplies would bo voted until tho Sladen Government was super seded by an Administration which possessed tho confidence of tho House. ? An adjournment till to-morrow was then proposed by the Opposition, and agreed to.

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MELBOURNE. Thursday 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

MELBOUJINE. Thursday 2.30 p.m. It is reported that tlu bladen Ministry will tender their resignation of office to His Excel lency tho Governor to-day, in consequence of the vote of want of confidence passed by the Legisla tive Assembly yesterday, and their believing that an appeal to tho constituencies would not result in their obtaining a majority in the House. Mr. J. M. Grant, who was Minister of Lands in the McCulloch Government, has lately been making arrangements to resume tho practice of his profession ns n solicitor. Colonel Anderson, of the Volunteer service, has had ono of his -fingers bitten oil' by a horgu. Tho jSladon Government has resigned. Mr. M'Culloeh has been sent for to form a now ministry. Tho Balmoral has gone to pieces at Belfast, Port Fairy.

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

YASS. ? Wednesday. — Tho Governor and suite arrived here to-day, nt 1.40 p.m. ? A largo cavalcailo of vehicles and horsemen wont out to moot his Excellency, and awaited his arrival at O'Brien's Bridge, five miles from Yass. From this spot thoy accompanied his Excellency into tho ti »n, — At tho entrance to tlio township, a triumphal arch was erected, and this, with the tings Hoat i,ir/ in nil ilirnnf inn-t ? ciavn f hi* tnivn n. hnlirllLV nil peuranco. — His Excellency was urosimtcd with tho usual addresses. — To-night, there is a general illumination of tho town, and bonfires arc blaz ing in all directions. — The arrangements inudo for the loyal reception of his Excellency havo been a great success, and every body is in tho highest spirits.

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HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 July 1868

HARTLEY. Wednesday.— Tho Hou. Jamas Byrnes, Minis ter for Works, mot unfortunately with a very severe accident to-day, whilst inspecting tho rail way works upon No. 5 contract. Dr. Flatau was immediately sent' for and on examining the hon. gentleman found that tho shoulder was dislocated He lost no tinio iu at onco sotting the limb ; and his latest report last night was that his putiont was doing well under tho treatment prescribed.

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