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A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

'''A STRANGE1 STORT.' ? One of br.r Ballast contempesraries publishes a verv extraordinary stoiy :— '. About ten p.m,, on the 26th ult, Mr. Henry Parslow, a resident of Smythesdalo, was Ending within a few ^jgdjof the local police camp gate, when Mr. John Brotlie, Ci^wn lands bailiff at Smythesdale, came forward I and demanded his naine.-and what he was doug ?herc. Mr. Parslow replied that it was not us business, whereupon J-lr. jji-ouw '«?»-'- '' stick over Mr. Parslow's head, and struck the telegraph post adjoining. Mr._Parslow at , hrs% thought Mr. Brodie was joking, and Raul to him ?I think your name is Brodie V Mr. Brodie re ..iL,i fl,,,f. 5h waS. and demanded to know Mr. &ow's niuue again. Mr.Parslow replied tha he was a coiwtafile, and that if Mr. Brodie d uot mind what he was about he would be taken to the ock-up- Mr. Brodie tlu-n.sautthat he was a bailiff, and would take him Ho the lock-up, at I the same time shoving Mr. Parslow and drawing out a pistol, which he sn...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. To Believer. — Not wishing to open up a religious controversy, we must decline .to publish your correspondence.

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY JAN. 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

PARLIAMENTARY^ ;?„ , LEGISLA.TIVE-SSEMBLY. THUHSDA3ir^Al«. 10, 1808. . ' ' Answers to (WnoNS.— Ministers, in answer that the Government had not appointed ««. « «- *. te L librarian, because .latterly the. P^ent N Ind the Speaker had differed witii i^gurd Jp .the eligibility of that gentleman for the itua ion. [?] Amendment ilill, ana me ^w'= «' ? ?- - Ttt motimUlK- unprecedented and no new ?? for it had been 8ho'vn.-Mr. Mavtm pointed out ,. that the bill was agreed to ^ nearly a|l members y : of the House, and t^^eing^thecase^.e could be no doubt that the sooner it was enrj ed,th. ougli ?- f Se House the beti^CrAfter a remark from M,. . ...o.mM-.. the motion ^as put .and earned by a *''~'~niaiority of twenty-five to two. -f-y . . ' ' Address to the Duke of EDiNBU^H.-qnthe Motion of Mr.Martin, a com mitte ev yf*W- «*£ .* * W prepare an address to tho Dujce of Bdiu rgli Xd the addrfis was brought-«p, andwas adopted /hy the HjlEse.— The House then adjourned. '??.-: ; f Friday,- Jan. 17...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

THE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY TEEMS Or SUBSCBUTION: Paid in Advance ? '. ? 5s. 6d. per Quarter. Booked. ? .; ? 63. 6d.- do. do. Single Copies— 3d. each. The XEWOASTLE CHRONICLE hau now been established upwards of ''1*13*1 Years, and has the largo ? circulation .of nearly T,W0 THOUSAND copies per. week. V WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2^1868.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

GRAND LO TTEET AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL, PLATTSBUEG. A GRAND LOTTERY WILL TAKE plaoe as above, On EASTER MONDAY, April 13, when the following lots will ba draw- for :— A FHBEHOLD A toLOTS**;NT in Plattsbure ?ituate at the corner of TlfaiJHl an J Devon itrooti, being No. 4, of section A, consRing of L quarter of an acre, upon which is erected alsubstanl^al Store and Houeo of four rooms, andliitchiiytogother witli a good tank of water. 1A% 14 jootl *' A FBEIHOlJ ALLOTMENT of LAND situated at thn rearW^tho Jbovu, beiug No. 26, of section A, at the corner ofTh'rrdll-Btiwpt, and facing the Government reserve, upon which- is erected a Houno of tiro rooms and kitchen, together with a lurge tank of water ca pable of holding a twelvomonthVuupply. The whole of the two nlUHenta aro substantially fenced. in, and^the ground plamed with fruit trees. Together \tthi P_a-ent-Mn.iJ^ Clock. Silver Watch, Spirit Level^^Bfcdst^lsYlKm/Bot'iis, Chain, (Jedar Table, KenisenaLUurtpa, tKvp«Canterus, Shaw Gluss...

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WELCOME! [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

'WELCOME1! The twenty-first of [January, 18C8, is a day that willlong be remembered in the annuls of our history, aa bringing to the shotes of New South Wales the sory of our beloved Queen — Alfred Ernest Albert;' the' sailor-pviuce. Ife wan a happy tliought tb^fc led to this voyage of the Galatea ; thatindiyced Her Majesty to sanction an under tukiua^so pregnant with present pleasure and futi-ft importance to her far-oil' colonies. A fow yarai ago,'ia very tew years ago, and Australia .Was a name often slightingly used by the mag nates of Downing-street and their patrician parasites. Clerks at the great red-tape office were wont to sneer at the mention ot such a remote, insignificant place, and many of these official fops made it a sort of boost that Austra lia, had not been included in the scanty stock of geographical knowledge their narrow brains had imbibed at school. Canada, nearer, though abso lutely far less worthy of notice in point of popu lation and natural wealth, was tre...

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THE MANCHESTER TRIALS AND. EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

THE MANCHESTER TRIALS AND. EXECUTIONS. The following letter was addressed by the Dowager Marchioness of Queensberry to the three 'men recently condemned to death for tho shooting of Brett, the constable ; — ' My dear Friends — It may be that these few lines mny minister some consolation to you on your approaching departure from this world. ' 1 send you by the hands of a faithful messenger some help for your wife, or wives, and children in their approaching irreparable loss, and with the assur ance that as long as 'I live they shall be cared for to the utmost of my power, Mr, M'Donnell, th bearer of this for me, will bring me their address arid the address of tho priest who attends you. It will- also bo a comfort for your precious souls to know that we remember you here at tha altar of God, where the daily remembrance of thnt all gracious sacrifice on Calvary for you all -is not neglected. We have daily mass for you here, and if it b« so that it pleases the good God to permit yon thu...

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ING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVAL JAN. 18 [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

yiNG INTELLIGENGEv i '\?f'-- port of Newcastle. l?c» arkiva*,.-'' ? - - , Jah-.-Ts. ? ?????' ~~ || . -Koh-i-noor, bq., 280, Daahborough, Iropi Sydney. Q. Ill HaM-on, agent. t ? . ? »}- Fsirfitld, ship, 534, Fielding, from Melbourne. O. Hewi m ?«?- teat- - :? - M - (Mm maiden, ship, 1305, Powell, from Melbourne, Oth |f-j lost. C. F. Stokes and Co., HgeuU.' -gt Phillia, brig, 230, JLakie, from Sydney.' G. Hewison, £' agent. ' \ ? Harriet King, sch., 185. M'Donald, from Auoldand, 3rd W tort., -with 18,000 feet timber. O. Hewison, agent * Eva Joshua, bq., 287, Robson, from Melbourne, 9th inst. Ijt C. Robertson, ngent. - . IS Dauphin, French brig, 329, Ulonchett, , from New Calo £5 doniu, 11th inst. G. Tully, agent. ' ': «' Ellen, brig, 243, Law, from Sydney. Captain, agent. : U Couutcss of Seafield, bo/., 430, Bao, from Melbourne, 8th « init. C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. ffll Jan. 1ST ? i ?1; Ann and Jano, bq., 2C2, Skier, JromlMelhourne, 11th )|j but. Captain, agent, ? ' ?', : «p Rang...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

HUNTER '~RIVER NEW STEAM ' NAVIGATrONCOMPAN Y. s t e j Af r o\ro n e r. The OITY OF NEWCAfiTLEVcaptain Sumjcerbem, TUESDAY andVRIl|A.Y mornings. -rkt MOEPETH, CnrtafflfiJUUD, WEDNE3DAT and SATURDAY Mornings. GEORGE TULLY & CO., Agent*. '^SSnter River Now Steam Navigation '?-r. COMPANY. TO SHIPPERS AND PASSENGERS TO AND FROM THE HUNTER. NOTICE. FOR ONE MONTH FROM THE elite of departure of. H.R.H. tlio Duko of Edin '? burgh front Tasmania foptHJs-colony, passenger* taking ? return tickets will bo oofavejed at the following rates : — Newcastle toVSvDNEY and back : — Saloon ? .7^. ? £1 Bs. Steerage ? *.....X. ? 0 15s. MOMBTH, RAYMOND \RRHAOE| I-T Cl.ARENCK ToWK, to Sydnv and/buck :- Saloon ? \.Z ? £1 10i. Steerage ? A ? 0 18s. Same ratas from Sydnny. . This arrangemeut will oommeuca on SATURDAY, 18th instant, GEORGE TULLY & CO., Agents, Newcastle. 10th January, 1808. ? ' ? 186 Australasian Steam Navigation Company KXCURSION TRIPS TO SYDNEY ! To witness the Arrival of tli...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

M E LB oilKNE. AnilIVALS. ' ' ?* Jan. ,16.— SarahAnn, from Newcastle. ? ,. ?/'' .' jDEEAKTURES.' . ';'' Jon. 16. — Hero (a.), andrGreyhoupd, for Newcastle. ? ?; , :,._. — Zj: :' . .;! ; ' ; H O K'-1T I K A , , ? . . i } I 1 j V[ : . 'DEBABTlinES.': ?? ? ! ' .Tan.S. — Pilot, schr, Murray, for Newodstlo. . ? . . ,-.' Jan. 9. — SiUiili Ann,hrigantmo, Thonipson, fsr Newcastle. ' J MWEL^I. INGT b N; : . V ???:-:.?'? . ' DEPARioUE. . . . ^ ' Jan. 9^— Duke of Edinburgh, ship, for Newcastle. PORT.'^HALMEJRS CbTAGof. ? ..,.. .*'-'d y\i '?*' i ;? ARR»Ali; -f ' ^JtUi. 10.— Eleanor, bq., from^Nowcaatle. - The South Australian Expioratfcn'stcainbr Eagle left the. Victoria River, . on Noveuiljbr'j^/ 1867, aud then proceeded', to Timor for Bupplies -^alio l-eiyiaiflod there four or five days, after which she started'-fcri-her homeward journey.' Contrary winds prevailed, wJiioh forced her on to the coast of Arnheim's'Lnnd, along which she cwisted.-She arrived at Somerset on December i), and left ag...

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MASSACRE OF THE CAPTAIN AND CREW OF THEMARION RENNY, AT RUBINA (SOLOMON GROUP.) [?] From the Herald, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

. MASSACRE OF THE CAPTAIN AND CREW OF THEMARION KENNY, AT liUBINA (SOLOMON =.-,., -.....,. - GROUP.) , J ix '('?tyjFroiiiihc Herald; Jan. 20, y_ ' By the arrival of the sohoonex.'Chancc, from the South Sea Islands, wo learn the particulars of another revolting linunlei by tho.nntivos of tfie above-named Inland, whereby the. captain and orow of tljo schooner Marion Kenny, bo 1 longing t-i this part, lost thcirlives. Froin the log-book of, tho (Jliauco wo Icarnjthat the.Chance arrived at Kubina on the 23th Sept., and drbppod^nchq^ ; but inconsequence of there being a large number of natives on shore who did not come off us usual to, trade, Captain M'Oiegor thought that fherc win uoniothing wrong, ho therefore loaded all the fire- - arms, weighed anchor, at 'ten n.m. ; mid.urrivod at the Island of Munda on the 29th, whero lie was informod of the seizure of tho Marion Kenny and murder of her crew by King Londo or Rondezvouz harbour.1- Captain; M/Qrcgor is of opinion that tho King of Coc...

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THE VALUE OF MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

THE VALUE OP MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS. The mayor of 11 small borough in the south of England, 011 his re-election as mayor in Novem ber last, for the sixth time, delivered himself of some excellent remarks on the ubovenamed sub sec!;. Just at the present crisis in our own muni cipal history, the remarks refened to may, with propriety, be ro-publiahed in our columns. They are as follows : — The Mayor-Elect (S. Higgs, Esq.) addressing thu ex-mayor, aldermen, and councillors, said : — ' Mr. Buvan and gentlemen — I hardly know whe ther most to thank you for this renewed expres sion of vour confidence or to comolain that the burdens of office are again laid upon my shoulders. In previous years I have obeyed your call and en deavoured, as fur as my humble abilities would allow, to do what I could for tho furtherance of the business of the Corporation aud the interests of the town, and it is satisfactory to me to think that, though so littlo worthy of your approbation I should have received ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. ['FROM OUR C0RRB8P0XDKKT.] fV ALLS JEN D. Tho Wallsend now Presbyterian Church was opened on Sunday last, the 19th inst., by tho Rev. Mr. Nairn, who is tho established minister here for this denomination. This edifice is built of stone in the Gothic style ; it is lighted up with eight win dows, three at each side, and two in the end that fronts the main street ; the front doer1 is of the Gothic shape. From the floor of the edifice to the top of the spire is fifty-one feet ; the ventilator is four feet in diameter, this being thought by Mr. Suttie, who has been the architect, to be suflicienc to keep the church cool almost in the hottest day of the sum mer months. The edifice is forty-soven feet six inches long by twenty-seven wide in tho clear, and is beautifully fitted up. The platform has stairs on each side, and reflects credit upon Mr. Suttie. who drew out the design of this splendid pieco of work manship. On Monday, the day following, a tea meeting took place, tl...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR To the Editor of the Ntmcattle Ohrouicte. Sir — A letter signed 'Quiz' appeared in the Pilot of Friday last, turning into ridicule the proceeding* whioh' occurred previous to, and at tho lato Hospital meeting. ATho Quiz u I neither know orcare, but I do know that he is either ashamod of his name or hu eausc, or he would not make mich a dasbirdly attack on a person who has never Bought concealment. I will not condescend to answer an anony mous scribbler, but so far from thinking evil of him or his nonsense, I thank him for the opportunity he has thrown in my way of saying a little more about the managemant of the Newcastle- Hospital and its immaculate conductors. You know, sir, that whenever I appear in printyou invariably find IHchnrd Harris at the bottom of the article. If I am wrong in tllA Bf;ifcpmftntn T millrn T nm nlumva rvl.wl nnd flitml-ful tn be set right, and for thin reason always give my opponent' an opportunity of doing so. I wish all newspaper cone...

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PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

PATEESON. ' Accident to Mr. Heyno&is. — An nocldent of. a very sorious nature befell Mr. 0. Roynolds, of Tooal, last week, lie was out in one of his paddooks with some of his men, looking over some young bulls, when one of the bulls suddenly turned' round and charged him, rushing with its full force against the horse Mr. Roynolds was riding.. Tho horse not moving away at the timo, received the full force of the blow. Ono of the bull's horns entered the horse's ribs, inflicting a fearful gash, whilst the other horn struck Mr. Reynolds on the leg, lacerating the leg in a fearful manner. Mr. Reynolds immediately fell from his horse, but was immediately attondod to by tho men with him, and conveyed home. Medi cal assistance was at onco sent for, and under tho care of Dr. Moore he is progressing very fawurttbly, but has as yet beon unable to leave his boo. -* Colonial Wine. — We- aro glad to obB^rye that our population aro casting off their louying/for the fiery rum and other ' s...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

WEST M AIT LaND. From Saturday'* Mercury. 'Wkst Maitland 'Voiuhtekr Kiflkr. — A special parade of the members of this company was held nn Thursday, in the old parade ground. There were present four officers, two sergeants, and forty rank nnd file. After various exercises had been performed, the company was formed into hollow square, while Captain Wolfe read out two brigade orders, the pur port of which has already appeared in our columns. With regard to tho contemplated visit of tho com pany to Sydney, during tho visit of the Duke of Edinburgh, Captain Wolfe stated that, not having received any particulars from Sydney, ho had, that afternoon forwarded a telegram to Colonel Richard son, who had replied to the effect that the company yiWtV W *WU T VJ I/It 4.#tlllitlUWJ 1IUA W| UUJk OUCjtlllOltll/ WWII' nnbara. Several of the members having expressed their disappointment at not going to Sydney to wit ness the arrival of the Prince, Captain Wolfe advised them to confer together upon tho...

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ANOTHER BOAT ACCIDENT, WITH LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

ANOTHER BOAT ACCIDENT, WITH LOSS OF LIFE, ? Again it is our painful duty to record loss of life by the upsetting of a boat in the harbour. The accident in question occurred on Sunday morning last, between the hours of ten and eleven o'clock, and resulted1 in the death of a sailor named H. M. Ward, an able seaman on board the, barque Henrietta, now. lying in the harbour. The custastrophe was brought about under the follow ing circumstances^,— During the heavy squall which raged on Sunday., morning, a small open boat under sail, belonging to Mr. Johnson, board inghouse-keeper, Neweomen-street, was return ing from the barque Henrietta, with four perso^ in it, namely, the deceased, a man of the nanreof / tvllliiim RVlnnnm* nn/l turn st.l-l«---.» nnn ».,..» ...I ? ? ? ???m»™ ^.i*»wwuwty UUU UTVIF UVIIC1 OUCUUCiL Will HStJ names we have not been- able to ascertain. The boat had reached a point just about opposite to the ballast wharf on the North Shore, and the occupants wishing tb tnake ...

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COLONIAL WINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

COLONIAL WINE. ' Wine that niaketh glad the heart of mstn' is, next to water and luilk, perhaps the oldest beverage in existence. Tho ideal nectar of the heathen mythology, tho equally impalpable dirine drink of the Northern Valhalla, and even the more matter-of-fact mead and inetheglin of the, ancients must give way before the pure juice of the grape. Noah, we are told, ' planted a vihe yard,' and it is piobable that his uucestors 6i the unpronounceable names and wonderful longevity had made acquaintances with the generous fluid so easily to be'obtained. Ever since Noah's time wine hns kent un its character ns :i n.Mnpr-fc.-ililR drink, and, coming down to the present, w« find it taking liink iu almost every country as an im portant adjunct to religious, /state, festive, and even mournful ceremonials. The infant is hardly ushered into the world before wine is broached in his houojw aud that of his first dignity, the acquisition of 'a handle1 to his name.' Arrived at man's estate, a...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. iNviTATioy to H. K. H. Pmncb Alprbd to visit tub Nohtiikju- DisTiuuT.— For some. day» rumour was. busy with a projected iuvitation of-toe above nsxturo on tho part of tho Friondly Societies of tho district, and we aiuceroly trust, if it should be ! presented to His RoyaJHujiuiHaa, that lie will have tho gratilicntion of beholding the wondrous treasure* of naturu our coal-fields /presont in this portion of ' his royal parent's iloimnious. Whether for vor-ue peace, tho3e deposits of the carboniferous period rivet tho attention of all men of science, of states men and of warriora, and as the future operations of tho noblu service to which the Prince is attachod should they bo called into active requisition will depend principally upon the force generated by those deposits, it is more than likely that the sub ' iect will claim his marked iiltnnUnn T.nf i. ;... ~~ ? ? ir ?' thon, and wo will warrant him that pleasure-which ' his inspection of the district must afford. . -- ....

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Obscene Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.   NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Obscene Language. John Rhodes, tailor, was convicted of using obscene lan- guage within hearing of a person passing in Newcomen-street on the 15th instant, and was fined 20s., or four days' imprison- ment.     Indecent Language. Daniel Dawson, seaman, for using indecent language in Newcomen-street, on the 13th instant, was fined 40s., or one months' imprisonment.   Drunk and Disorderly. Thomas Hunt and Joseph Wassell, miners, were each fined 20s., or seven days' imprisonment, for being drunk and fighting in the public streets Waratah on last Sabbath, and William Bates, for a like offence, was fined 25s. and costs, or seven days' imprisonment. FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. ; and G. Hewison, Esq., P.M. Stealing. Henry Didsburgh, painter, was found guilty of stealing one carpenter's plane, the property of Alexander...

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