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A SINGULAR ACTION FOR SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 January 1868

A SINGULAR ACTION FOR SLANDER. A curious statement is furnished by the Mel bourne correspondent of the Lancefield Chronicles — A case will shortly come before the Supreme Court which will create more than ordinary interest, from the fact that it arises out of the auspicious visit of the Duke of Edinburgh, and will embrace the names of no less than three reverend gentle men. It appears that, shortly after the arrival of the Galatea in Hobson's Bay, the chaplain of the Seamen's Mission in connection with this port visited the ship, aud laid the claims aud objects of the mission before his Royal Highness's chaplain, who expressed his upproval of the mission by sending a warm letter of sympathy to Captain M'Callum, secretary. A. few days afterwards, however, the secretary received a second note from the Prince's chaplain, recalling all the kind expressions used towards the mission in his first letter, and bitterly inveighing arainst the chaplain of the mission and its secretary m misrep...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle, The
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John Crompton v. Thomas Horsefield. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

.full n Grmii iitoii v. Thomas Horsctield. This was 11 similar ciuso to the former, and decided in tho sniuo manner. ?

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Wages Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

Wttnei Oases. Peter lligby summonsed Thomas Honwneld, for tho sum of ,£1 15s. Jiil., balance of wages sail! to lie duo. Defendant pleaded not indebted. Plaintiff stated ho was a boiler miiker. On tlio !)th iust. he augnged with defendant to re pair him it boiler, at thu pay of IUj. por day. Ho had been paid his wages less overtime, which amounted to thu -utu claimed. ' Tho Bench disminped the case, not having jurisdiction, nnd advised the complainant to take the case into the Court of Reuuesta. ?

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Indecent Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

Indecent Xiunnttaae. .Sidney James, for using iiulocuitt language on the Market 'Wharf, on thu 21st inst., was found guilty, and sentenced to pay u line of X'.'i, oi-otiu mouths' imprisonment.

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Cattle Strayiny. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

Cattle Strainny. William Hull, fur allowing one horse to stray on the Great Northern Kailway, was fined 10s. and 2s. (id. costs. — Thomas M'l'hail for a like offence, was lined ids. and 23. lid. costs.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

Departure ofithe Enqlirh Mails. — Wo remind our rea dera that the royal mail stcumshipKaikoura will bodispatchod with the Cnglinh mails, via New Zcalnnil nnd Panama, or) ?' Thursday, 30th instant. Tho latest timo for posting letters, etc , will lie on Tuesday evening or Wcdr.esdny morning bo-, fore nine o'clock. According to the now arrangement the roynl mail steamship Avorai will bo dispatched, via Suez, leaving Sydney on Suudny, the 2nd of February, instead 0 on tho 31th of tbe month, an has usually been the case. Letters must therefore bo posted, hero bdfore Saturday morning. . The rates of poBtago on letters to England it also increased from 6d. to Oil. The Japanese Troupk. — This troupe, whioh was an nounced to appear last evening at tho .Assembly Rooms, ac cording to an advertisement iu our contemporary, did not put in an appoarnnco. Why of wherefore is the question. It is tog btul thut the publiu should Ijo ijullad iti this imiuuor

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

.' BY D N K Y . ABMVAL& ? - an. 20.— Crishna, bq., 259, from Twofold Bay, 18th inst. ; u Yantfs («.), 474, from-alelboWne, 16th inst. ; Balolutha , 2727lrom Eookhampton, Ktbinst. ; Graf ton (?.), 213, m UUronos Biver, 18th iiint. ^ipsy, sch., 44, from Two d Bay; 18th inst. ; and Ballina, (s.). 300, from tho Maoleay rer, 10th inst. *? ran. 2L— City of Molbounio (».), 1000, from Melbourne. h inst.; Eagle (s. ), 400, from Brinbano, 19th inst. ; Yarra, t, 121, from Wanganui, 10th inst. ; Marion Uennie, soh., -m the SonthSea Islands; andH.SI.S. Galatea, 26 guns, «n Hobart. Town, 18th inst. . Tan. 22.r-Boomerang (s.), 445, from Cleveland Bay; d Fanny Fisher, bq., 280. from Wellington, 9th inst. Jan. 23.— Alexandra («?), 425, from Melbourne, 20th inst : tr of Brisbane (».), 504, from Brisbane, 21st inst. ; and ong, 200, from the Clyde and Ulladulla, '? ?'? ?'? DKl'AETUUBa. .i ? * Tan. 20.— Agnes Irving (s.).for Qraftonl « ? Jan. 23.-Auokland.(s.), for Hokitika ; City of AdeUide for...

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YOUNG AUSTRALIANS. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

YOUNG AUSTRALIANS. FIHST INNINGS, r Bpwick (junr.), b. Beeston ... ? 0 W. Lane, h. W. Adam ... ?. ? 0 Millar, 0. Fligg, b. W. Adam ? 7 J. Tracy, c. and b. W. Adam ? 0 'W. Trnoy, not out ? 23 J'ewiu, b. Beeston '. ? 1 Jloivden, b. liec-itou ? 0 J. Lane, c. Nield, b.' Beeston ? 0 Tarrant, hit wicket,-b. W. Adam ? 0 Lawson, b, Beeston. ? 1 ? Byes, &c ? 2 Total ' ... ? —40

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PORT CHALMERS, (OTAGO). ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

- PORT CHAI-MKRB^(OTAGO). _V../.. , : KABBirAXSiV. . i ' ?- ' Jan. 9.— Armistice, from NeweaatfeX Jan. 10.— Eleanor, from Newca»tle. , 7 -DBPABTCJBBS. ' ' ' ' Jan. 8.— Indus, for Newcastle.. Jan. 10.— Collingwood, for;lfe^castle.r.; V/- ,r I

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SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

REPONn TVNlNdS. ~ jfi Fligg, st. J. Tracy, b. \V. Traoy ? p ' Puller, b. J. Traoy ? 2 Jtewiok, c. Millur, b. J. Tracy ? }..' lij John Martin, not out ? / ... 10 Nield, b. 'W. Tracy. ? ... 0 . Total ? ' ... —28

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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

A D K iljllE . ABBIVAflL^X' '? ?'? ?'?.;?..? /'?'.?--_ U Jan.8.— Jessie Kelly, sch^ 145, fftmWewoastle, Deo. 13th; U nd Harriet Armitage, bq., 233, from Newcastle Deo. 20. ; M The Jessie Kelly b coal-laden from Neweastte, after,* tormy trip of nineteeu days. Captain Bose reports speak ig the Government schooner Flinders on Jan. 3, in 37 21' T and 138* 41' E. Captain Houglas toqk advantage of the pportunity to forward a aiaUbttg V oneof the lightkeepers com the Island.— Adelaide Oburver. ,. The Harriet Armitago enjoyed the full benefit of tturiata ale*, having terminated on Thursday morning ft most bois ?rous voyage from Newcastle On being signalled at the beach Pilot Station two tugs started from thU jetty-end, Lnd on nearing the barque by a mischance the Bleanor stove In some oftfio bulwarks in the wake of the muen-rigging. \-Ibid. . . Tmi Babode Salwbkn.— Yesterday morning a large body of men. from Mr. Cuthbert's establishment, proceeded on board this Tassel, with the necessary im...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

-CRICKET. A rnfitoh was,-played on Saturday, Jan. 18, on St. John's ground; between the Great Northern Rail way and Youiig Australian clubs. Time not permit ting thcj.mafoh being played out, it was decided on tho first irniings in favour of the G. N. R. by nine teen ruu/s; In. the second innings of the Railway Club; tife batting of John Martin was very much admyed, he having carried out his bat after placing teiWFuns to_ his credit by very iiuo play. The follow ing is the. score : — GREAT NORTHEJIN RAILWAY. ? MUST INNINGS, y '' Bewick, M. Tracy ? x.,.'.' ? 0 . Plige, 0. W. Trnoy, b. J. Tracy' ? 1 ' Nield, b. J. Tracy ... s-.. ? ... 0 Martin, 0. aud b. W/Tracy ? I Beeston, not out-' ? 16 -AV. Adam, o^vBIiller, b. J. Tmcy ? ? ... 8 T. AdamilFililler, b. J. Tracy ? 2 Sealo, birw. Trnoy... ? ? 7 D/iyif/b. J. Trncy ? 10 .Puller, 0. Bewick, b. J. Tracy ... ? 1 .Elliott, 0. Tnrruut, b. J, Tracy ? 10 / Byes ? 3 / Total ? -59

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MELBOURNE. ARRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

UELB irtliSCn K . ABBTVAIS. Jan, 20.— Lady Alicia, from Newcastle, ' .?'??-' DBPABTUBEB. ?- ' , Jan. 2fc— Sussex, Catherine Jane, Lady Emm«,.Hero- and EsstoBlaok, for Newcastle. . _ '£ U Jan. 22.—-Prince Edward, Spankenhorn, Eoliptic, Maty Franois, -Solus, and Alexandra, for Newcastle; and^ Am Bevoir, for Sydney. ., ' ' .

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THE VOLUNTEER'S VISIT TO SYDNEY. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

THE VOLUNTEER'S VISIT TO SYdWeY. To tins Editor of the Newcastle. Chronicle. Sir — In looking over lost Saturday's is3He of your journal I noticed a letter from . n correspondent, signing himsolf ' Ex-Volunteor,' criticising the conduct of the Newcastle Battery of JVi-tillery, in regard to their getting up a petition to their commanding officer for the purpose of proceeding to Sydney a day two curlier than thoy_.otherwiso would have done, so that by having thoir request granted they would have the opportunity of witnessing thn Naval lteception of H. It. H. tlio Duke of-Ediuburgh. Now, sir, from the tonu of 'Bx-VoluTitoer's' letter it is not the simple petition that causes him to nmkosuch 11 .jlagtnrdly uttaok upon thc.mum bers ot this conipiufy.' ' Tlie tlioiiglit striltes mo tliat tlio very fact of his prefixing 'ex' to the volunteer in his sig nature may have something to do with the indignation/x pressed by him in this matter. In nil probability ho whs n volunteer until such timo...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

COMMERCIAL AN.D SHIPPIHQ INTELLtlSNGE. The state of the harbour on Friday morning, the mh, looked very deplorable, but on the same evening the wind changed to the southward and blow very- steadily, and .the conse^nenco was a large iunux of s1iipi»ing-^ongst which -^X$^&»B*& Nov. 23, « 1«. that the atoek of ooal in Shanghai has been Q^rtHZ*™ BrrWaHf tho Virgilia, from Newport, t'V^fflS41^* ?sdoDftld (root Sydney, and tho Cl«naroB, from CAKiuf, iu Patna also brought 100 tons, and prices may be quotod .— English, ^12 to 13 taels; Anthracite, 13 taels; Sydney, 9 tails; Japan, C taels ; and Formosa, 5.50 taels.

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[?] INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

jjlPPING INTELLIGENCE.] ! PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ' | S -ARRIVALS; ;- : ~ ' ''' I b, brig, 120, Booth, from Hokitika. K. B. Wallace HI Jan. 23. ?jl Birring (.). 333 Oreer, from Sydney. W.K.Loebhead, $ ??':? ]: Jan.' 24. ' .' ? I'/' : : Y»ng» (».), from Melbourne via Sydney. W. M. I ? )'(i.'^from Melboifcue. JJ. B. Wallace, agent. ..' j t .,.???-?'?? ?'?*fc-»%. ? '- :;? . . ' '. ;«fV-:' DEPAUT0RK8. ? ' *i-;. Jan. 22. I ; -i-noor, bq., 280, Dashborough, for Adelaide, with 382 {..loaL G. He wison, agent. ? ' . ': if! in, trig, 185, Hughes, for West Port, NJZ., with 53 ' i!: t cattle, 240 sheep, 3 horses, 1000 lbi. oheeM, 59 pun il tod 49 bags maize. G. Tully and Co., agents, i lj| iH Ann, ich., 135, Thompson, for Melbourne, witb.160 ? o-X- ' A* Hogg, ??nt.'^* I an Wave, sch., U^Wown, (or Melbourne, with 160 [£?; ml A. Hogg, agent/X, .. P, » «ii4 Adelaide, sell., OT; WHliams, for Melbourne, ih 020 ton* coal, A. Ho«-g, agent. . A,\ Ills, bri«, 230, Lakie, for Adelaide, with 328 torn ooaL ?'i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

HUNT:B R--RIVI3R- .NEW' STEAM 'i. ',' ? JSTAViGATION COMPANY.,y I' '.-.-. ' *''..':$'T:E a w 'T9 :.std r'1$$/^'..- ? ..' ^tW-OITY OF NEWCASTLE, CaptainyBljipiiaBELI, ?-....,. -MONDAY. and, THUBSDAY, yor^ngs. '. ' ?? ?TM /MOBPBTHj_Capt!ihv Bum-,- ^TUESDAY' and .,r-*.-vi.- .'.v -. ? FRiDAY'Eveninga. ?' ? ? ; ? v^J ;?,.... i .. GEORGE TULLY & 00.. 'Agent*. '-^??Hunter River New Steam Navigation -?? '!*~ '?'-, ' :'. ?' '.'' '' COMPANY.1 ' ' ;; ' :; . ./; ' ! TO. SHIPPERS AND. PASSENGERS TO .AND '. . :. .. i. -,....? -FROM ?THE1 HDNTEft. '-' '?-.'???: ' ?„ '..-....?.. - r ..?? N'OTIO.-E;'- ? ;._ ? ;^ ' ??' %*OR QNB MONTH FROM -THE jvj^ *'di)^drdepa.rture i.pf H'.£H.\the'Duke'MJEdinV .burgh from Tjiiunanisjojethis.colony, rjassepgeVt&icin£ ' iMt&n'tickets.yill bo. couy.eyedat tho.follqwing.rate^ jr-:.. ?-i:j .J-'iNEWOlSTtK-tcfSYDNElrondbaoki-1-' ???'? '? ?? ?— ?-^3aloo».i.i.iv...-.;.i.i-.;\.i;..?i*i,.-...i.l-...i...j.£l .6s.-- «. . -?-?? SteeTaga.:.:..\i..L..».:.y....

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

! -.i ?.. ^VESSELS IS PORT. W ??MiUaen.'ship, 1305, loading1 WarataKooal. foVBoin- ! nilie, Bremen bq., 1100, loading Wallsend coal for luntess of Benfield, bq., 4JJ2, discharging ballast. ' _ annie Oswald, bq., 213, loading WaUsend ooal for Java. -yal Exchange, brig, 222; -discharging ballast.^ ? ^ ;' Snrictta: bq., 181. loading Waratah coal for Hongkong. kuphine, Frenoh brig, 32fl^)adinj; A. A. Co.'» ooal for !°' O- F. sioKKa & Co., Agents. nny Bnteaox, bq., 597,-to load Co-operative Co.'s:coal, ElbMflfasl ?- ? ? ?--''?? -: '- '? ? ??-?'-? - ? ra Joshua, bq.,287, lof ding Waratah coal for Mauritiusi iebird Busteed. ship, 608,- loading WaUsend ooal for Francisco. „''... , -? O. Kobkbtboh, Agent, lirfield, ship, 534, discharging copper ore at Waratah. nn andlJane, bq., loading Unrwood coal forWaUarpo. artist King, soh.,'185, loading AVaratah coal for Ade — — ' GI'Hewmon, Agent. anRoon, bq., 475, Jackson, loading Wallwnd coal for x-uni6« ? KiH/GBMBSOir, Agent. SK Sabih. * Bri...

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GOAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

? ? OOAL. 'The shipment of coals this week has been small, being only S49 tons, the vessels that arrived during the commence ment of the week being engaged in discharging ballast Of the 8549 tons shipped, 3139 were for Sydney, 5G2 for Mel wunvB 2144-fo/south Australia, 1522 for New Zealand,. 371 for the'Mauritius, 400 for Shanghai, and 412 for stea mers and home consumption. ...!.'?'- -' Export of Coal from tfie Companies' Official Beturns, Lfor the week&dinr 24th Jan., 1868. ?? '--. ? s i ?$? t'Wi |o Port Shipped to. ; ^ E 1 ^ . f: -| f ' ' ' ? / ;-J: J S; ;g. 'I- *;&^ Sydney ? ~m~'306.~ '^0.. 939,v405 470 Sfelbourno ? ::.....' 399\.... .: ? 163 1 ? .Wallaroo..........'.....;. ...... *»N...... ....... .????? &W3 ..^... iWellinRton... ? ' ...— «\-»»' ? ???;? ?»??? 310 'Xejuon ? ? ? 602 ........... Ota«- ? .:.'. ? ? ^^ ?????? ?????? 'ManStiu. ? ...... .:.... ...... ? »70 ... Shanghai....: ? .»??? ???-. ? ? ? ?.?;?? - 4,00 Steamers:..... J..1..:. J, 48 , .-92 ,...

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TO DOCTOR HARRIS. Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

TO DOCTOR H/RitlS. Per favour of the 'A'eirn title Citron ielc. ? Sir— In your lottor which appeiu-od in the Chronicle on 'Wednesday last, there is one pjUftranh to which I would hog to take exception, and which I Te^l persuaded you, in your cooler moments, must very much regret luwing-given utterance to. ' The p.irt I nlludo to is as follows :— ' Another suggestion I would beg leave to make, that the £50 at present allowed to tho Doctor for the supply of medicine should he expended in fitting up a surgery at the hospital, which would bemuoh more convenient for all parties. Per limis if such an arrangement were carried into olfect it mijjU* prevent tho'necessity of acting on the. previous suggestion, and I am quite satisBed that Dr. Bowker will not attend to it without pay.' Now, sir, I would beg leave taask you if your assertion of your satisfied belief of the truthfulness of tho latter portion of this paragraph is bqied on your own .experience or hojirsay ; or if.au enemy of Dr. B...

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