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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. THE NEW SOUTH WALES SOVEREIGN.--The sovereigns recently withdrawn from the Bank of England have been of Australian mintage, being preferred as a means of remittance to Paris, on account of the alloy in them being pure silver instead of copper, as in the case of English sov- ereigns. These coins are either refined before being sent to Paris, or immediately on their ar- rival. — Home News. CONVICTION OF PRIZE FIGHTERS. --At the   Derbyshire Quarter Sessions, James Mace, styled champion of England, Joseph Goss, also   noted as a pugilist, Peter Morris, George Holden and Joseph W. Wareham, were severally charged with unlawfully and riotously assembling,   with divers other persons, on the 28th Novem- ber, to disturb the public peace, to the terror and alarm of her Majesty's subjects.' All the prisoners were on bail, and surrendered. The evidence showed that the prisoners, Morris and Holden, were combatants in a prize fight at C...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE MARKET RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

LETTER TO TIIE EDITOR. THE MARKET RESERVES.           SIR—I am a tradesman in a small way of business. I have a small wife but a large family. I pay a large rent for the house I live in, and no small amount of municipal taxes. I have to struggle hard to earn an honest living. Many others in the town are similarly circumstanced. Is it fair or honest that any stranger who arrives in our city should be allowed to squat on   the market reserve, erect a calico tent to live in ("by the permission of the Mayor") and set up in opposition   to me? By-the-bye who gave him authority to grant any such permission. If this wrong is allowed to   pass unquestioned, and permission for the sale of fruit,   vegetables, &c., be passed over in silence, why in all probability, we shall very soon see the city ornamented with a .second "canvass town" on the public reserves for &a...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20TH 1867. Before H. Scott Esq. P.M., and J. Corlette Esq. J.P. Charge of Vagrancy. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 23 March 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.     NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.   WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20TH 1867.   Before H. Scott Esq. P.M., and J. Corlette Esq. J.P. Charge of Vagrancy.             Catherine Booth in custody, was brought up on re- mand on a charge of having no lawful or visible means   of support. At the prisoner's request the case was again remanded, to allow her obtaining witnesses to prove she had lawful means of getting a living. Assualt on a Woman.             John Blakie was brought before the court, in cus-     tody, charged with unlawfully assaulting and beating one Ann Peters, at Wallsend, on the 16th instant. The prisoner pleaded not guilty to the charge. It appeared from the evidence that the complainant was going home alone on the night in que...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

Timely WABjrnro. — A Yankee editor thus confesses to havo had dealings .with Satan, for . the good of his readers of course : '~1 was sitting in my study when I heard a knock at the door. - ? Come in,' I said, when the door opened, ana; who should walk in but— Satan ! '? How do you do,' said he. ' Pretty well,' said 1. 'What aro wv/Mt «hntit__nmnflnn(r vnnr lwuinr 71 .'Yna.'sSKl . 1. ' 'Ah, I dare say you think yon are doing a great deal of good V ' Wall,' said I, ' not so much as I could wish, but a little good, I hope.* ' You havo a large lot of readers,' said he. 'Well, protty well for that,' Baid I. ' And I dare i»jj you aro vory proud of thorn,' said Satan. 'No,* ' said I, ' that I am not, for not one-third of thorn ? . pay for thoir papers.' 'You don't say so,' said ho. 'Yes, that I do,' said I, 'not one-third of them pay for thoir papers I1 'Well, they are an immoral lot,' said he ; 'but let me havo a look at tho list ; I think I can manage to do a tnfla myself with such peop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

HollowAt's Ointment. — Pai sat Ourea.-^Sores, wounds, ulcorations, and othor leases affecting tho skin, are amendable by this coc ig and healing Un guont. It has called forth thoiudcat praises from persons who had suffered for its from bad logs, absccsjs», and chronic ulcers, of! every hope of cure hod long passed away. None bl those who hare ex perienced 4tha soothing effoot . this ointmont can form nn idea of tho comfort it 1 tows by restraining inflammation and allaying pain. ATionovor this oint ment bos been onco used it hi established its own worth, and has again boon oopri r sought for as tho oasiest and safest remedy for ol .loo rous complaints. In neuralgiA, rheumatism, and g t, tho samo applica tion, propcrJy usod, gives wondoi I rolief.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

HEALTH FOR THE INVALID, BY HOLLOWATS PILLS Lou of AppttUt — Loii of Strength— L»m of . Hcaltk.-Tkc marvellous efltct of this fin* medicia* upta I tbt system is «uch as to immedUttlr rally all th» fltal 1 iufictions, the appttite !? soon reslorsd, ? fall flow or spi- I rits quickly follows. th» body becoaMS innuasely iari. f goriUd with a certainty ofresterednwrfth; andfrash air tat | a little exercise art necessary to bring about a pnmaaeat I state of things. Holloway's pills imparts toot and eon. ijy to the moit delicate constitutions, and in a maoaer so as to astonish all who Uketbem. By their extraordinary rirtuea they have obtained the largest sale of any mad*. cine in the world. . .... Head, Heart, Lmpi and Slomttch.— Look to In* regularity of the function! of thete foondatiofts of vita lity. Hollowsy's pills restore to ordir the slightest de. t parture from the proper action, SDd, therefore, may be | considered as the regulators of the mainspring of human | life. Apoplexy can ...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. THURSDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Thursday, May 9. Noah. Collier, auctioneer, of King-stroot, Sydney. Liabilities, £2317 2a. 10d. Assets, £20. Edgar liny, newspaper proprietor, of Pitt-streot, Sydney. Liabilities, £2123 Ca. Assets, £180. Friday, Mat 10. Henry Thomas Chick, painter, of Bathurst. Liabili ties, £528 10a. Ud. Assets, £514 10s. Thomas Stapluton, farmer, of Camclen. Liabilities, £84 Is. (id. Assets, £28. David Wilson, fanner, of Bnsbano Water. Liabili ties, £423 14s. Ud., of which £3C0 is socurcd. Assets, John Perrett, farmor, of Evans'- Plains, Bathurst. Liabilitise. £7? 5a. Assets, £5 15s.

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THE RANDWICK AUTUMN RACE MEETING. THE PLATE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

THE RANDWICK AUTUMN RACE MEETING. THE PLATE DAY. The Metropolitan Autumn Race Meeting, which may, in truth, be described m the -moat. . successful that has ever taken place at Rand wick, was brought to a close on Saturday, last. The attendance was large, as it almost invari ably is on tho last day of the meeting. All three stands were well patronised, and there was a very considerable number of vehicles on the ground. Several omnibuses, ootn on £ ri day and Saturday, were placed hora de conihot. First Race. — The Rous Handicap, of 10 sov. each, for acceptors, h. ft., witli 100 sov. added,' for 3 yrs. ; 1 J mile and 240 yards; weights to be declaied at Tattereall'B, on the day after the Cup Day, at, or soon after 9 p.m., and non-acceptances within one hour after such declaration, to the Secretary, in the A J. 0. Club-room, same, place. 10 suba. Mr. Leo's bf Lady Kingston, 3 yrs., 8st ? 1 J. Bales', junr., b h Old England, 8at 121bs ? 2 Dr. L. L. Smith's b f Lady Manners Sutton, 8st 2...

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SELECT POETRY. LINES TO A LADY SLEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

?^''SELJSGT POETRi. ' T.-roifc 'ttVa ''t.'mw SLSSPINO. ' Como, fanoy, with thy-brightest wings, As thou dftat o'er: her slumbers-play, And 1st :ier ili-caminsi bo of tUiasi That she loveth best by day, And Bing to bor thy sweetost lay. If in dreams she walks abroad, Lead her where no tempests lowers ; Sent her on.ths grcouest sod, Bring to her the sweetest flowers, Running brooks and shady bowers. And when the dawn of day shall corao, ' Bursting ono' the gates of light, Guide her wandering spirit home, Ojio' again those eyes so bright, Fountains of my bouts delight. WlLUAM BKAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

Preliminary Notic*. COTTAGE AND BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, ~~ MINMI. WH . W H Y T K . has been Stroured with instructions fruu Win. PatherbrioW E«j., to submit to pabHe oomp'.u tion, on an Early Day (if not preWotmly disposed cf/ several comfortable COTTAGES and BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, pleasantly and conitenientlj situated ia the above rising and important township. For farther particulars, apply at tha Office of tlo. Auctioneer, Watt-street, Title, perfect. Terms, Liberal 610 IMPOftTANT SALE. or VALUABLE HORSE STOCK, MILCH COWS, WORKING BULLOCKS. WELL-BRED MIXED CATTLE, SUPERIOR LUCERNE, *OATEN, AND BARLEY HAY, MR. ROBERTTGORDON'S, TOMAGO, About One Milo from the Heiham Pant. JN . B ~R~V N K E K ? has received instructions from Mr. Robert Gordon, to sell by auction, at his rssidenco, Tomago, On FRIDA Y, \7th May, 18C7, At Ele; e i o'clock. / 30 Head very supe.-ior MILCH CDW3 aud SPRIN GERS 6 Fittt.clais workintf Bullocks, in good condition 'i 10 Well-bred young Bullock*, fit for the butahcr...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

. D 1 ST It ICT N E VVS. . FEOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. WARATAH. r ' When we, in our viciousness, grow hard tho wise gods do seal our eyes in our own failth, make us- drop our clear judgments, udoro our errors, and laugh at us while wo strut to our confusion' — is a fact, and Shakspearo never wrote a truer one among all tho true savings and aphorisms he has left behind him. The quotation we liavo made ap plies, and that with much force, to ourselves, especially io a great many people nere, Dut more and most particularly to your Municipal Council, as it is at present constituted. Your leading .article about ',' municipal bickerings' has mainly tempted us to take our text from Shakspoare this week, as in purely local matters thero is little to write about in the shape of news. But if we were writing to you and complaining that we had nothing to write about, you would not be ? Hove us, knowing as you must full well, that 'trifles light as air' give a newspaper corres pondent a text to ...

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THE FORSAKEN MAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

THE FORSAKEN MAID. --??*' ' ? ? Pretty maiden, why thus stray Like a leaf that's blown away, ?Why unbosom'd. to the breeze Ib it thus thy heart seeks easo ; The wind is cold, thy form so fair. Was never meant this storm to bear, Tra linnont nn tliv vellow hair. Pretty maiden, why thus stray. Turn and seek thy home, I pray; Or if thou wilt persist to go In the wind and in tho mow, I hope the blast will milder bo Over land and over sea. And oruol winter pity theo. Thy piteous look doth seem to say ?''? All thy life had blown away; . . . Tho snowy bosom seems a fold Of many sorrows yet untold ; If it boars a brokon heart, Lot me claim that broken part, And thou again to being start. . ? William Beit. ? Howcastlo, May 11th, 1867. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

The Treasury, N-w South Wale*, 21st February, 1867. CONTRinUTION UNDER THE CATTLE DI SEASES PREVENTION ACT OF 186'tl. OWNEKS cf Ca lie. linMe to pnyineni of contri bution under the 13lh clause of the Cattle Diseases Prevention Act of 186b'. are reminded, th.it the contribu tion for the year 1867 must be paid at the Treasury, Syd ney, or to the Clerk of Petty Sessions of the district in which the cattle are depastured, on or before the 31st May next. Persons making payments at fie Treasury must state to what Clerk of Petty Sessions the returns under the 4th clause have been sent. ° 39* GEOFFREY EAQAR. Tho Treasury, New South Wales. lBtMay, 1807. Contracts for the Fablic Se vice FOBAGE FOR THE POLICE, &o. NOTICE IS HEKEBY GI¥EN, that TENDERS will bo roeoivoa at this Oftce, . until. i3 o'clock of FRIDAY, the 7th Juno, 1867, for furnishing at tho Polico Stations. undermentioned, the supplios spcoincd in Treasury Notico of 7th January, 1867, in such quantities as may bo required ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE MERCURY'S NEWCASTLE CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

LETTER TO THE EDITOR, THE MERCURY'S NEWCASTLE CORRES PONDENT. Sin — Will you kindly allow mo spaoo In your valuable journal to_ contradict a statement which appeared in tho Maitland Mercury of Saturday last, in referenco to a practice of the Newcastle Choral Society, as follows .? — Ohorai, Society. —On Thursday night the usui.! re« hearsal of the above society was held in the rooms, New comen-stioot, there beinz about twenty members pre sent on the occasion. The proceedings wero conducted throughout by Mr. Walker, and somo of tho pieces were rendered] with romarkablo effect. The bazaar, whioh Was announced to be held in aid of the funds of this society during thc.presont month has been post poned until the nu'ddlo of Juno ensuing. Now, sir, in the abovo paragraph, there is not one statement correct. Thero cortainly was a practice in Mr. Theobald's schoolroom, last Tues day evening, at whioh six members of tho or chestra wore present, and the proceedings were, as usual, conducted by...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

DEATH. THEOBALD. — On the 12th March last, at Chelms- ford, Essex, England, aged seventy-five years, Mrs.   ELIZABETH THEOBALD, the beloved mother of Mr. R. B. Theobald, M.C.P., of this city. 826 The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15TH, 1867.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM   NAVIGATION COMPANY.     STEAM TO SYDNE Y. The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Summerbell, MONDAY, and THURSDAY mornings.     The PATERSON, Captain BUDD, TUESDAY and   FRIDAY evenings. GEORGE TULLY & CO. Agent.     For San Francisco.     THE FINE SHIP           DOUGLAS, 1000 Tons,   WM, MORRISON, Commander,   Will be dispatched from Sydney in a few days. She is   now fitting up for Steerage Passengers. For rates of passage &c., apply to JOSEPH WARD & CO.,       9t3 Sydney and Newcastle.   NEWCASTLE RACES, QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY,   24th May, 1867. FIRST DAY. First Race.— The MAIDEN PLATE, of 20 .ovu., with a Sweepstake* of 1 nor. each. Tha second horeo t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. May. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVALS.       MAY 11,               City of Dunedin, ship 1085, Tilly, from Dunedin. 27th ult. J. Ward and Co., agents. MAY 13,                         Sussex, bq., 332, Gregory, from Melbourne, 6th inst., R. H. Grierson, agent,             Pet, bq., 268, Ross, from Brisbane, 6th isnt, J. Ward and Co., agents.                 Indus, bq., returned to port.         MAY 14,          ...

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LATEST NEWS. FROM GREVILLE'S . SYDNEY. Tuesday evening, 6.56 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

LATEST NEWS. FROM GREVILLE'S TELGRAM COMPANY SYDNEY. Tuesday evening, 5.56 p.m. A deputation, representing the New Guinea Company, waited upon the Hon. Henry Parkes, Colonial Secretary, to-day, relative to obtaining assistance from the Government in colonizing New Guinea. Mr. Parkes told the deputation   in effect, that, he would urge the matter upon the attention of the Imperial Government, in despatches to be forwarded by the outgoing mail, and ask them to annex the island. [Probably means to annex the island to New South Wales.] The two Clarkes were yesterday committed for trial, on the charge of attempting to kill Constable Walsh. Other charges are to be pre- ferred against them. The new insolvents are John Welsh, Mus- wellbrook, and Abel Stoll, of Burburgate. Mr. Keighran's Firelock has beon sold. He fetched £600. - His new owner sends him to Queensland.     At the Criminal Sessions yesterday, Lagoon Billy was convicted and remanded for se...

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PRINCE ALFRED'S EXPECTED VISIT TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

PRINCE ALFRED'S EXPECTED VISIT   TO AUSTRALIA. For several mails past notices have appeared   in the telegraphic summaries, announcing in positive terms that Prince Alfred, of England,   or, as he is now generally styled, the ' Duke of Edinburgh,' is to visit the Australias at an   early date. By the Suez mail just in, our be- lief in the truth of what we at first supposed to be an unfounded rumour, has been almost, if not entirely, substantiated. We are told that his Royal Highness will, after visiting the Paris Exhibition, proceed to the Austra- lian colonies, in the Galatea. As we have long known the vessel named to be under the   command of the Duke of Edinburgh, and as there is no reason whatever why the gallant craft should not visit the Australian station, nor any very great objection to his Royal Highness leaving his natal clime for a cruise in these southern latitudes, the report is very probably founded on fa...

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ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY OF   ENGLAND.     The honorary medal awarded by this society to Mr. H. W. L. Holt, for his courage and humanity in having rescued the crew of the barque William Watson, wrecked off New- castle on the 13th of July last year, has been received yesterday, from Sir Daniel Cooper,   Bart., by W. Keene, Esq., G. E. C. F., of this city. As Sir Daniel Cooper expresses a hope ' that the medal will be publicly presented to stimulate others to try and save their fellow creatures in distress," Mr. Keene will deliver a   lecture on Monday evening next, at eight o'clock, at the Court-house, on 'The saving of life from shipwreck, and the history of Grace Darling. Admission — one shilling. The re-   ceipts to be given to the Newcastle Widows' and Orphans' Clergy Fund. We were obligingly favoured with the above information by Mr. Keene last evening, and it affords us very great pleasure in giving the p...

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