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Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Drunkeness.   John Bowland pleaded guilty to a charge of this nature, and was fined 20s., or seven days in gaol.         William Sullivan, for a like offence was discharged, the Bench considering he had received punishment in the shape of rather severe injuries sustained in falling off the A. A. Company's bridge in Blane-street,

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FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.. Absent without Leave. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.     Absent without Leave. Frederick Wilkinson, and John Collin, were convicted of being absent without leave from the British barque Hen- rietta, on the 9th instant, They were sent to the lock-up for seven days.— John Anderson, for a similar offence, was sentenced to fourteen days imprisonment in Maitland gaol

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Profane Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Profane Language. Thomas Kerr was convicted of using profane language in Blane-street, on the 31st at Dec. last. The case was proved, by constable M'Cullum, who swore positively to Kerr using a profane expression. For tho defence Kerr called one James M'Carney, who swore that although he was in com- pany with Mr. Kerr when M'Cullum was talking to him, he did not hear any bad or profane language made use of. The   Bench found the defendant guilty, and sentenced him to pay a fine of 20s., or seven days in gaol.

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Charge of Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 January 1868

Charge of Assault. Hugh Waterson appeared to answer a charge of assault- ing one Jonathan Metcalf, on the 6th instant, at Newcastle. The complainant deposed to the commission of the assault   which according to his account, was rather a violent one, the defendant hitting him several blows. There was a cross case between the same parties, and from the statement of Waterson as complainant, it would appear that Metcalf commenced the row.   Both cases were dismissed, the Bench not being able to arrive at any satisfactory conclusion on the evidence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

Fit ENC H MEDICINE S PUEl'.VltKD BV GRIMAULTAND CO, Cltcmixts to JI.J.II, Prince, Jfiipolemt, Porn. 'Those dilt'urctit medicines represent the most recent medi cal discoveries, founded on the principle* of ohemiHtry and thciiipeutics. Thoy nnint nut be confounded with secret or qunck medicines, us their uaincri suffiuinntly iiulicnto their comiHinition, a. circunistanco which hn» cuuscd them to bo appreciated and pvcscribcil by the faculty in the wholo .woihl. They widely differ froin'thosfi nnmeioim nmdicineH advertised in tlie public tmiiers as able to cure ovcty pos sible disease, us they are nimliciiblo only to but n very few comiilaiuts. Tho most stringent Iuwb exist in FritncR with reguiil to the sulu of mndicnl piuparaHono, and only those winch huve undev(;one an exuuiiimtinii hy the Academy of Mtdieititi nnd have been proved eUlcooin'us, either in the hospitnU, or in tho practice nf tho first, uicdin.il men. arc authorised by the Government. This fact rmmt bu a gua rantee, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

FRAUD. ON THE 3 'Tii JUNE. 1800. MOTEEXVAIJiAH, a IVintcr, was convicted ut^the Supreme OCurt, fiiiicntlu, of counterfeiting tUo ? IiABLtife AfMessra. CHOSSE A-. BLACKWELL, London, awy Iras stjuteuced by Jlr. Justice I'lieitr, to and on till 3ft li of tho sii -«Aiiwxn, for SKLLINQ SPUKIOUB AlTIOLES, ( 'ifi*** Lnhles in imitation of MesareJCHOSSE a.nb BJ/JtCKWELL'S Sautit Bacuoo wtia sontpiicojl^by t iifSuburbun ilninstrnte at Sealdub, to TvvoJteAks-«Ki/)itous Imwtisonmknt. /jqAlAT I O N- Any ono VS*r.|iNff apUKiow Oiljib.n's STonES, under CRUSSE a/SLA^KWliLL'S name, mill be liable to the samc/imnifihtneiil, and will bo vicjovonsly ? proseeutnd. Piiroliaser'! nre recommended to examine all goo'ls carofnlly but'oro tukinj; delivery of them. The GENUINE MnnnfactuvoB of Jfessrot. Croase and Bhicl;well may bo liad from EVERY BESPECTABLE DEALER iu Australia. 821 LTIiALTll FOR TJ1B INVALID, BY i O. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS *\\ Lou of /titpelite — Loss of Strength — Loan o //ea/M.— The mnrvellouHcT...

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NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL, i v ; :Tha annual meeting of subscribers to the abov«- institution, for the eleo ion' f officers or tho current year, was called, .by ; dvertiaeraent for i-l.mduy ?veiling last. There wis an unusually iar#d atten dance, we may say an extraordinary attenJaucu of subscribers,, upwards ot thirty yentleme.i being ' present, comprising moat of tue leading residents of tho city, aevunti ministers of religion -included. Shortly after the liuur appointed for tlieprocoedin^a to coininence, Mr. VV. W. Rowe, the vice-president of the in stitution, -roBe aud auuouucpd that tho , meeting having been informally convened, the business could not be proceeded with. He said : Gentleman, tlie present meeting is held in coiwdijuenca'of the following advertisement puniuneu ni tlio locu papers :—( Ad vertiaenient read). That notice, 1 have' to inform you, is an informal and improper one, as' provided' by a bye law of tlie.inatitution. According to the bye laws the annual meeting for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

NOTI0E ROBI'RT V. K AT HER BF.G3 i most respectfully to inform tho inhabitants of Lake Mncqunrio Kond, Glclipr^i# Racecourse, that ho v.-ill conduct the BUTCHERING BUSINESS heratoforo carried on by Mr. DAVffcON ES, ou and after SATUR. DAY, tho lSth day of Ja^tary, 18f-8, where be hopes, by strict attention to -bu?iuuss% combined with cleanliness and civility to all \vTfc--wil-'fuyattr hint with a oul!, to merit a uhuro of patronttge so liberally bestowed on Mr. Jonpa. 163 U. V. EATHER. St. Kilda Boarding amd Eating House, WATT.STRKEy^y.WCAS'iXB. MRS. ROOJAJlN THANKING her friends for jLjjjJfnvourd, begs to solicit h continuaiico of the same patronago hitherto alVo d-:d her. W Fi rot-class accommodation on the most rensoTin bit terms. i-W J^^S T PUBLISHED, ft erow^N^vo., cloth limx, 5?., by post .Is. 6-d.. tho AUSTRAMfcMiMANAC fov 180S, contr.ininC official int'ovuiiition r«saW4u^rtli« colnuicauf New South Wales, Tasmania, Wtwtorn AftSialia, South Australia, Victoria. Queensland, and...

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THE REV. MR. FORSAITH'S REPLY TO THE REV. MR. COUTTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

THE REV. MR. FORSAITH'S REPLY TO ' - THE REV. MR. COUTTS.' 1 In the: Chronicle oi the 8th instant, we reprinted a latter from the Rev.' Air. Forsaith, and one from tlie Revf Mr. Coutts, on the subject' of the latter genMAinan'xufusing the. former permission to bury a co*me in the Presbyterian burial ground! In the flMld of 'the 11th insU'ut, the Rjv. Mr. Forsaith has a fnrtheV letter in reply to Mr. Ooiitts. It is as foil -tr s : — To the Editor of thi Herald. Sir — I nm not going to allow a publio question to degene rate into a private dispute oi cnronio uiveieracv, i uhvo ulready told Mr. Ooiitts, personally and through y.our co lumns tunt, in giving publioitftotliecorresponilunce respect ing the intcrmuiit of Mrs. Uutlor, I wns not notun toil by feeliugs of aperoiniil nature. I tun very sorry — and (be lieve Mr. Coutts himself will hereafter bo equally grieved - —that he lias written whut I fear must bo'cidled the intem perate letter that »»|-eared in your issuo of the Oth instan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

HUNTER KfrVftlt NKW STEAM NAVIQATJ^ COMPANY. STF..1 M ll«V D N R Y. The CITY OP NEWCA^^LE.JDnptain Summebbeli, TUESDAY an.rl»pOAY mornings. » Tha MORPETH, Captain^ Budd WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Mornings. GEORGE TOLLY & CO., Agents. EonterVfiiver New Steam Navigation :i X company ^'REDUCTION OF PARES TO SYDNEY. B- E T U R\^N TICKETS \) wnl bo issued n Cabin ? A.. ? £1 6s. A/1, Steerage ? S^. ? 0 15». /]// J available-far one month, fronVtheJi«*'tnstant. I AA' To meat tho convenience] -n tho residents oV the Hunter, ONE OF THia'COMWVNY'S POWERFUL STEAMERS will leavi^or Syaaey EVENING \f thbk 20tfaanuart/. . FULSOM PUFFrNCTOtrfUil bo superfluous, as tho first-rate accommodationlpf tho RteainuW,\nd the at tention and courtesy of flio CotmuuuderV and Officers arc bo well known to renniro comment. \ ^k Further information undTiokots can ba nod at the agent's office, Scott-strcet. \. X GEOKGE TOLLY A CO., X X 158 Agents, Newciwlp. X^ \ / : \ Ny Hunj»r Eiver New Steam Navigation IXj c...

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THE APPROACHING MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

THE APPROACHING MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The nearness of the approaching municipal elections, appointed to take place on the 4th uf next mouth, puts ua in niiiul that we have not yet presented onr readm-s with any abridge ment or synopsis of the ^gj^ Municipalities' Act of JB67. To tell the truth, the' Act itself is sc elalxniiUt (containing m it (joes over two hundred clauses) that we have shrunk from the perfor mance of a duty'which we know, full well was imperative'y biuuin^' upon us. And now that we have actually commenced the butk, the most we shall be. able to do in this isiite will be to dra w the particular attention of the ratepayers t« those clauses io tho Act which relate, to the con duct of the aniiual elections'; '- the rest we musi leave for some futni'e occasion wliieii we have more time aud more space at our command. The c;'y ;of jNewCHstle , having a populatil)!! of more than four' 'thousand is now a Borough, and the Council, af.oc 'tlie.ensuing elections,' will consist...

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THE CAWARRA MONUMENT. To the Editor of Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

THE CAWAKKA MONUMENT. ' ! ' ?- To the Kditor of the Jfcwcuttle Chronicle. i Sir-^-The Kev. Mr. ltuin denies havinp; heon the secrehi-: t to the Cawarra Monument Fund (.'oiinuittec. He tnigt!' have suldeil that, althoujli notaeoifitiuy to that conuiiitlti he was nt least « wembei' of it, which his letter would almwi lead jieople to infer -was not tho case. I never 'State! iiositively that he was secretary to the committw,) ! merely said 'I believed bo.' I accept his 'contra*: tion. but I beg leave to tell him at the name time; thatnif member of that committee hi» conduct has not been vt\i it ought to have been. Doubtless Air. Jiain knows ip/ioi secretary to the committee, ami if so, why not ask tb gentleman, whoever he is, to call thu committee togetlw - Has he done that ? because if not, in my humble oniuia heh-.is failed to do his duty. — I remain, yours, ;cc, HENliY SMITH,

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LETTERS TO the EDITOR. THE BIBLE SOCIETY'S MEETING. To the Editor of the Newcastle chronicle [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE BIBLE SOCIETY'S MEETING. Sir— I obsei ve that you iriuke ine say nt the Bible Sociaty'i moeting that ' an Ampricnu hhho]i had said that thi British and Korean liiblu Socjety iu England had occom-' p.ishod a work which.no other society in the world couU' iiave uciiouiplislfcd '. ' What 1 did say was ' that thi bishop uf Khode ^sla'nd hint said that if Englnml did not' circulate the wohl of God thruti^hont the world, no otlieij r.ation would or could.' It is not of very much importance hut I shall he gh'id if you can find space tu insert tliis.-l am, Sir, yours, &c, ' AUTHUIi E. SELWYN, : Oluistchurch Parsonage, Newcastle, Jan. 10, 1308. {

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SABBATH OBSERVANCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

SABBATH OBSERVANCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir - How does it happen that, in Maitland, Singleton, u - various other places, people arc constantly .getting fined f- -. bacaking the Sabbath, while in Newcastle every desoripti) 4 of Sabbath desecration is permitted to go on, not onlyjf -| punished, but uniiucstinncil. Where is the Sabbath On* % vnnce Society which was started with such -a'i flourish 'i % trumpet* ? Ib it defunct, or are its members' afraid to pi ;1; into practice what they no eloquently talked about at B-f meeting in tho C'ouit-house ? Keally it does seem disgran fill timt ohm.tinir. hurge-rAcinz. buvinuand aellinir. ic.it. should be allowed to be carried on without let or liindr»-w. in Newcastle, while in' other towns they a--e put down wit? the 'strong arm of tMe law. ' Rumour «avs that we have of Sub-Inspector to -lame for all this, ho having told hia auy ordinates riot to jbe too particular iu enforoing the proi ?ions of tho law au itfregards Sab...

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THE DISTRICT CORONERSHIP. To the Editor of the Newcastale Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

THE DISTRICT COUONERSHIP. To the Editor of the Sewcantlc Chronicle. i Sir Allow me space to point out briefly what I consider! ? a great puGiicincunvcnienee, to use the mildest possible teml I refer to the fact of the District Coroner not residing in Ntt-; ? castle. The inquest on tho remains of the iniiu Uuun,«li was recently drowned in tha harbour, wits called for foi, -- o'clock ou a Wednesday afternoon ; the jurymen, as a mil; ter of course, were summoned and attended, but tocrt.-^ body a surprise no Coroner camu, although some of the jura r waited about the Market Wharf Inn (where thu inquest tn '? held) till six o'cloot uud past; It tinned out that the Co roner nevor came that evening ut all, hut held the inquiry :; on the following morrttug, at eight o'clock, just as wo toi1 ??? all sitting down to our- breaktast?. Now, in nmkinj thsi{ ?' remarks, Mr.Kditor,Idoii'twishforninomoMttorellctonD(! . Pierce, who, I am aware, has the greatest dilncultysometim^j in meeting his eiigii...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. JAN. 13, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. ; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Charlton and Wife v Cameron. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

SMALL DEBTd COURT. MonOay. Jan. 1», 1868. Before H.Scott, Esq'., P. JI. ; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Churlton and Wife v Cameron. This was an actioiutdf 'slander, the damages being laid at £10. ?- ' f Mr. Thompson (from MriUlaml). appeared for the defon 'dant, and Mr. Slater fo/tlie plaintiff. Mra. J. Charlton deposed that;, on the 20th of November, the defendant said to her - ' Go inside, I do not want to have anything to say to you. Don't play upon me as yon played upon Mr. Percy; if you do you will find your great mistake out.' She tohl him she did not play upon him. Hu replied^ 'You are a liar, and went to the court and swore falsely. The man who committed that crime was a nmu at the Bore hole, and not Mr, Peroy at all.' Ho further said that *' slut was a low thing, and th.it he did not want to have anything to sav to her.' By Mr. Thompson : It waa.in the morning, at ten o'clock, when those words were used. O iineron was leaning over hia fence when the language was used ; there ...

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Application for Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

Application for Licenses. Hugh Walker applied fora publican's license fora new house in Blanc-street. The application was refused by a majority of the Bench, i/fhe - sitting magistrates ware Messrs. Scott, Purnell, nnd Kancluuil. ? An application by James Anderson for a new house under the sign uf the 'Crystal Palace,' situate at the corner of Hunter and Newcomen streets, was postponed to tbe 2Wt, for the attendance of magistrates,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

DEATH.     IRWIN. — On the 25th December last, on his way to his son- in-law's station, Euraba, on the Narran River, Queens- land, WILLIAM IRWIN, Esq., late of West Maitland, aged sixty-nine years, father of Dr. WILLIAM IRWIN of this city.         The Newcastle Chronicle                 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1868.    

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Saturday, Jan. 11, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.           NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.   SATURDAY, JAN. 11, 1868   Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.   Drunkenness. Maria Smith was convicted of being drunk in a public road at Hexham, on the 10th instant, and was fined 5s., or twenty-four hours in the lock-up.

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Monday. Jan. 13.1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Being of Unsound Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 January 1868

MONDAY, JAN. 13, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. ; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Being of Unsound Mind. John Anderson, a miner, was brought before the court for protection, it being reported that he was of unsound mind, and unfit to be at large. Two medical practitioners having deposed to the fact of Anderson being a dangerous lunatic, hu was ordered to he sent to Maitland gaol, there to await tho pleasure of his Excellency the Governor.

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