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

Muititeimiwe. James Burkett, u miner at Waratah, was charged for de serting his'two children under the age of three years, and leaving them without the lawful means of support. The prisoner's wife had left him and was supported by lior father, therefore did not sue for support for herself. The Bench ordered prisoner to pay Hi 11 fortnight into the hands of the sergeant ut police fed- twelve monthv, and to' ituter into sureties of .tl-0, himself, and two sureties of £10 each, for tho duu pci'tonimiice of the order, or to be imprisoned twelve 111011 ths. ? ' ' '

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

' tollowny'S Pills and Ointment.— Diarrhoea - Stomach — AVlionover the Btoinuch foils faithfully to perform itu f uao- tiotin, indigestion is. Bine to ,ba iiroilnctil, tlm issno of. which is ever uncertnin. The undigested fuoil, nfter pstusint; through the sluggish stomach; ii-ritutea tlio liotvols, and sets up (liarrhosa, l-y wliicli it is ciu-ried off, anil tho body is. relieved for a time. , X'erlmiJS this .is the least olijeotignable product of disordered stomachs though gradually itSvill pyll down tli(S strongest To check the first' symptoms nothing previously prescribed, csquals Holloway'a Digestive Pills, aided by Ilia Ointment, rubbed over the stomach und right side. Their action over stomach, ' liver ana bowels is -immediate, beneficial, and lasting, restoring order and case, and removing nt one and tho.ss.mo titue both the cause and reauUaof the diso.xaes. , , . ?

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THE EXCURSION BOATS TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

THE EXCURSION BOATS TO SYDNEY. Notwithstanding/ that tho steamers at the lattor end of the past w»k woro thronged with passengers; from Nowcastlo imd the Hunter River district, tlio boats that left for Sydney last Monday did not appear to suffOT in point of numbers of pas sengers. No ''doubt tlio reduction of fares iu a great measure /aimed an additional few to visit the metropolis in order to witness tho rocoption of H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh. ? Tho Ooonanbara was the first vessel at the wharf. Sho had on board about 100 passengers from Morpetli, Raymond Ter race, «S5C, tne morning train n-uiii . oiiigmtou ana. Maitland bmhging nearly 400 persons, all for Sydney, whin a rush was ? made to tho Coonan bara. Mr. Lochhead (the A.S.N. Co. 'a agent) seeing there wouldiin all likelihood, bo more passengers on board tho Cponanbara than she could conveniently take; at once laid on the Collaroy (which vessel it was- originally intended was not to leave till mid night.) To take tho placo...

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THE LATE BOAT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

. THE LATE BOAT ACCIDENT.- ?, An inqueat was held at .tho Market Wharf Inn1; on . Friday, boforu J; .Xt.' Piuroe, JS-u\.,. Coroubr 'of the district,. and a^nry of bix, on tlio body of ltich ard Partridge,-who came by his duatli by tho upset ting of about on Sunday hist. Tho following evi dence was' taken .— _ ;?:?'' Henry Pengliiiso, .boatman, doposod : Tliis morn ii!R I was crossing tho harbour, when I saw the body of the man- now shewn to tho, jury ; it was iloating about tho centre of the harbour. . I towed it over to the shore, and reported tho finding of the body, to Sergeant Douahou. I do not know whose body it IB. , . ,. Joseph Jones, on oath, deposed : I nm a seaman employed on board tho barque, Henrietta. I knew the' deceased. On Sunday lu'oniing tlio deceased )llichard Partridge,) Halliburton, and another man, whose name I did not know, and tnysulf, frere coin ing from the Henrietta, having got permission from the captain to atop on shore uiitil nijjlit ; wlion about a mil...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and .J. Corlette, Esq., J.P. Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COUItT. AVkoxksday, Jan. 22. Before H. Scott, Esq., I'.M.; uml J. (Jorlotto, Esq., JJ\ A*.uiilt. Goorgo Kiilloy, a miner, 011 summons, was charged with . unlawfully assaulting nnd biniting his wife. Mary Ann Kid- ? ley, lit Wallseml, tin the ISth inst. The complainant de posed that defendant came home from \\\i work on the 13th inst., iunbuil tuiinier, and coiiiiucnced quarrelling. He thtn went and laid cluuu on tho bed, and shoi tly after wanted sume te:u I told him-thu -teapot was by the fire He took hold of the tcaput and threw it at me. lie then caught hold of me and pushed me two or three yards. I fell down and crazed the skin uli' my k-tis. When X was down defendant ticked me. — Defendant excused himself by statiug that his wife brought him ten made out of bad water, and hi! threw tiu- teapot nutaidc and not at his wife. He did push his wife but did ilut kick her. Tho Bench con viuted thu defendant iiiilI sentenced him to forty-eight hours...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE LATE MAJOR CRUMMER. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE LATE MAJOR CltUMJIEK. To the Etlitor of Oie Newcastle Chvonich. Sir— In your issue of thu ISth instant, the death of Major ruifimur h mentioned 'aa bf-iug supposed to he almost tho lust Waterloo veteran' in this colony.' There is still another, an old man, «sim1 eijrlity-six, Hying at Lambton, who U in full possession of all his faculties, and is luile and hearty. He seivodin all the Peninauliir and Waterloo war», «.f l.ii rmninnnt Mix aivtv.iieco'id. heiti' ordered to Halifax in America (he, along with n few others whose time of service was nearly expired,) refused to enlist again, and were discharged without any pension. Ho received both a Peninsular und Waterloo medal. That is all he obtainod for his past services. By inserting this in your valuable ivnd widely circulated paper you rt.^^ READEB_ ? Lambton, 22nd January, 18U8.

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. JAN. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

INSOLVEfNCY. PROCEEOIHQS ?? .'. . Jam. lfi. V. *?-.? : 1 ? John Gillon, of Maoleay Hiver, fatmer.x Liabilities, £124 BAlfred Newnham, of Forbes, butoher. Liabilities, £05 8s. Thomas Law, of Edward-street, Sydney, poulterer. ' Lia: bilities, £63 5s. 6d. Assets. £8. . Jan. 20. Margaret HoulstooK, ot naymona ierrace, wiuun. *ji» bilities, £2C5 10s. 4d. Assets, £57 18s. 3d. ' Samuel Dilling, of Athlone-plaoo, Sydney, carpenter. Liabilities. £60 l?s. Assets, £3 10s. . T. ...... Thomas-Cooper, of Nowtown, master-manner. Liabilities, £88269. 6d., of which £4X0 is seoured. Assets, £830. William Pegrum, ortHuswollbrook, late of Port Stephens, farmer. Liabilities, £114 Ite. Id. Assets,.£40 17s..2d.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY—Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

LATEST IJT El LI 8 E MCE. C ? ??' IE0M QEEVILLB'S iBtEOBAM CdSIPANY. . SYDNEY-rr-Thwaday afternoon. \ Parliam'enk met to-day, pursuant to adjournment. Both Houses adopted and presented addresses to H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh, Parliament now itands adjourned to the 20th Kb. - Tho Duke's UvttfKb theXJoyatnment Houiie, to flay', was very numerously attended. The weather has' been fine since moraing.'V^It a^atimated that the temporary increase to the population of Sydney by the yisit of the Duke is about twenty thousand. Seme aborigines in the district of Shoalhaven have held a meeting, and unanimously agroed that the kings and princes of the tribeB in that locality shall send 'Johe big letter' to the 'coborn' Queen's picca ninny!' inviting him before leaving 'their country' to a ' coborn' old-man kangaroo hunt at Jarvis Bay. Mr.iGeorge Thornton, who is well-known by the aborigines by hislovejMthe chase, is likewise to be asked to 'pialler' to those fellara in Sydney who piallered t...

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ROYALTY AND LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

BOYALTY ANL^L^YALTY. Eoyaltv is a very good thing in its wfty, so, too, is loyalty. *to see the one by its virtuous attributes calling forth the other«in.all purity and lionestnesa is a grand sight ; it iaWNjigljt that has often greeted our fellow-BritonVin^the old country, where the lustre of Her Majesty's crown is so much heightened by the domestic, and public virtues of its 'wearer. %True loyalty, we believe, is frequently expressed in England, and has often found vent 'in Austafclii^is well, although it has always laboured under tlte^diqadrautage that the object of the people's wannKfearted demonstra tions was 16,000 miles away, and -would but hear the news of hes colonial subjects' outspokoti love .months a#SFth«t Jove had been exhibited, and through that too often over-matter-of-fact medium, the daily Freak But now tliat a' Prince of the 'Blood Eoyal, a son* of Albert the Good, is actually on our shores, we have a'magnificent op portunity for a display of loyalty to the throne...

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

TO «ORRBSPOiTDfeNTS. A Man that Pats hib Wat.'— Your name must be signed at the end of correspondence. Win ^tmuilt MwuUU. SATURDAY, JAN^AKY 25, 1868.

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A SAD PICTURE OF AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

..A ^AD..PICTIJB.E..Or AUCKLAND.! . ?We (Timaru Herald) make the following! Ex tract from a letter written to a gentleman in tbis town by a friend in Atickland. - -The writer 'wus a resident in Christchuroh for a number of-yeaj-s, . and owns considerable property in the nortliara part of ;the Proviuce. -He says: — ? ?] - 'I- do not -know exactly what move to make. My- income from -Canterbury -is vanishing .by 'large-lumps at a time, and there is no -investment with a certain interest- now in this pluce to.be. made. -You ran buy anything you like for an old. song; but I hesitate about exchanging invests nents on the Canterbury Plains, even so unsatis Ekctory as. they now are, for what may turn- out a mere speculation on the increase of tlie value: of laud, without an- annual return. The great lbs- ? son that has been- taught by this crisis is,' that property in New Zeuland has not necessarily a money value — land is particularly valueless — -in bad times it won't fetch anything at al...

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ROBBERY OF THE WALGETT MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

BOBBERY OF' THE WAJLQEIT _MAIL , I i .. ? We have been favored by Mr. T. G.Dangar with, the followinftltwcorlnt of another mail r|-bt bery, b.f twQ.'armea xnen,''betweed WalgektsaW ?Weja, Waa i— ;;'„'?,.' .'.. ,-.:.'. .''..' ? '',? ? -T.'..u'l ' '' ,...,.^!. ........ 'g^^^^^j^^ aiv,^ Tne«aay, '. ? ?'.'-i '?? ? . ???? . ?H^f.past 4 -^.m,, Jan. H, 1861 The postman ! ^fVom^algetfc'jbo^ee.W'aa, haa tins moment reached here, and reports that last evening he -was- stuck- «p between Goangra and Bungle Gully Station, on. his way to Pilliga, abiut BUtidowMj'bytwb aVmed tnenj 'each vrica a reyoi. ver. One -was riding a- grey '-.horse,' the' tjther a ?bay ; both horses yeVe niuaded on the sh'oid^er 'to conceal' the 'brands.'' The' man, oa tlie grey; horse had yery: dirty moleskin trousers on, and a. dark red Crimean .shirt, with round black .spots -on it (apparently faded, j Tliia man had a white bag drawn' over his face, tied round his neck, and holes in'- it for .iHe eyes. ' The niari on the...

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

TilK MOST MARVELLOUS DISCOVERY IN MEDI OL4.Ii SCIENCE. SUFFER NO LONGER. CURE YOURSELF BYT THE NEW Electro Galvanic Imphqvbd Patent SelfAd JUSTiNa Cuiiative Appliance, (Strike, relief and cure of every description of conajjtutionardfmpty, whether arising f loin diseiifioH of indiscretion, J&jfyf other cause. Full particulars sent free on applicynoiBH^ latter, prepaid to Dr. Lionel Em.iott, Clevelnnd/IouK (near Laiighiuu Churob) Rogent-streut, London, W. ,y* ~ jp Also, Dr. L. Elliott's SPECIFIC /mdhjNFAILING Re medies for Infection, nnmelyhis 1 qteraHflr Purifying Pill* —Tonio Alterative Mixture— Dfkrgtnt Wash ; also, for Gleet, Ac, the Sedative Sxpelleft Mtxtfye, N.B. — I'uifciea resident out pf Great Britain may have all the iibovu, with tho necessary ndjunots and directions for Self Treatment sent to 1111/ part of the world ; or from hu Agent for Sydney, Mr; Wilkinson, Buutor-street. ' 17T rPO LET, THJB--eQTTAGE OPPOSITE -L the rosidonce of 4/h/B. RancUud, St. Rontm's on t...

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FIREWORKS IN THE DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

FIREWORKS IN THE DOMAIN. On Thursday evening a splendid display of fire works took place in the Domain. The Herald says ' so dense a mass of people was never before seen in this part of the world as were congregated to witness it.' ?

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PRESENTATION OP ADDRESSES TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS, AND LEVEE AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

PRESENTATION OF ADDRESSES TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS, AND LEVEE AT GOVERNMENT HOTJSK. Yesterday afternoon H. E. H. the Duke of Edinburgh held a Levee at Government House, which was very numerously attended by the prin cipal residents of Sydney aud its immediate neigh bourhood. Tho levee was appointed to commence at two p.m., but before that hour certain addresses were to be presented to theDuke. These addressee were, very wisely, 'taken to be read?' a great and wearisome waste of time being obviated by thus sutting aside such formalities. . .As we have already intimated, the levee was numerously at tended. His Royal Highness— in full uniform as a Captain of the Royal Navy — wore the Blue Ribbon mid other splendid insignia of the Order of the Garter, with tho stars and crosses of the other orders of knighthood whioh have already been conferred upon him. His Royal Highness looked extremely well, but appeared, towards the close of the levee, to be rather fatigued — some- what inconvenienced...

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DISTRICT NEWS. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

i-isTFi(0i^ New s. , stiwl' ' lf*0¥;OP» POIlK»BOin)EHX:1-. : o * : '.*i-: ?. v-%..i-»*St L8END. -Sr^b»BljlllDcHp&-,Sundft5-y',tW iBUi inat., the Bar. G. Ij. Nairn preached three special' aormouabj wJjf 'of 6aeb-»tfn/tH6'6-pemng'*of ? thV noWjAnytrch, whwb wu filled. to an excess on' eacK occasion ; anJlT/ou^Moaday ' ihe opening^ -waa-further-eak^ . br^oiJtiy) »^a^ne^tin|*itt^he B»ptishChapel, yls ?waVkmdly lent fqr Jj^.qcciwiop.MttLa public pi#et inf affelrward* in tha now ohurcn. An excellent 'tea vitA ptQnded.b^llCr?B;'JlJon6S','of Willaend, »nd the at^nd-M-iO ihe/etrfy.-waji ?wry-nuawroo«, HgiMi-Htwing frasai 'Mihmi, Lambton^ W-uratah, and Newe&stle. T*fce4is*'dve»- th6 eornD»irv*t»dioUrlied to tha new church. The procoedini wire«jmnienccd.by sing i in J the Hundredth Psidil'. Mr.Vf aix;n thqn.offorod up a prayer. J. Y. Noilfcn, lEsq.JNrno occupied the ♦^.'^.Pira^ted^ ??M0Bmmh9 rj ofihe rPxe8by- M teqtin Church opon haviqcjiach a beautiful building: a ma.tha one i...

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POET'S CORNER. A KING FOR A COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 January 1868

POET'S C O R_N E Ri_,' A KING VOR A OOLONY. (By Alfred Ttrmyim.) ' ^ at fbe' gmnil old laoheai brood, J '' ' '| it Oolonie*, (tardy and shrewd, i :yoo,— *keh,— Wiereve* unf ttrl'a* ' * .J'. ?orge'f Crouflameai-T«e^fa«.-'*orld- . . I cen a minute, and let une word , by two heajuph&Wioiiaiy .b»b«*rd, - UU^l-riCUoqr tbinw in th» n*n»«,, -\- ,.v ' \ ~ d 1-it rinea on the buolder of famoA ;-J\K+Jl t d [—Which af'-jmif-tbeD, most jri«e !— . 0Dd work* tiaiuwL such a prinr*^ ' ? , . .-'-n rhatM»me iVjtf FoSfcder of Kinij'», , , , :- t- 'mSEP. high thought*, -what a. root of good thing*, ? -BaMirot3 in war, what » motto for peacp, (JWIAce,— more worthy of Yon than of Greoce ! j I, julaitralia, spangled wj«,xold, f, - , Kan's gemm'd cradle of old, - - ? j- ;;' i-kj;— ll-ngui-d with cocnd«i.bra-ai ? - ?- ^. : -f I ?\\M JiKmndiflrioa, purged W*plUve, ' r-h ; |! ^hw-ever from hundred* o-%1%-- ? —' L' I -tr BritunU frowns »nd imuei,— ? ?'?»'? ? ,?» ! ok«t^«»»U4«ieloT«M--n»r- ? ? ' ? -r( -...

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

\ : [advertisement;] . , \ To the Editor of the ifcwcattle Chronicle. ) O IE— Every subject; be. it on whatever if KJ n^H, is open to an Iionest contradiotion, andrnoro ' so' iii th\ present caso, herouhdor alluded to/as it con ? cerus theVtntin'u ftrture destiny. Huving been to hoar(. .. the Rev. \ L. Nairn, on. Sunday .last, at .tho. opening sorvices ofTtlio Presbyterian Church, t woo both plpaseu and- pained V-pteased in tlid morning, because ho gave a ? * good- exposition of -the Scriptures that' the text, litid refcrenco toKev. c. 22,'y. ll-)i specially referring to tho latter clauso 1'Tho bright and Moruing Star,' showing - tlie-peculiar n*y that Udd has lnauit'oa tod- hiiOBelf unto-, ...us, through. J*us Ghriat, and also showing the manner . that God'a. poailiar peoplo, the Jews, are. to receive '? Christ as their Vine, and 1 can assure yon 1 was edified* ?thoreby. IrettAod in tho at'ternoon, expecting to hoar, i another good iSmon. . :Tho usual .oerumonios- having bBon gono ...

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

'The Treasury, Now skntb. Wales, ? ..._.'.... ..^k. ? .^ ? 13tli-J«iuary,.18C8. v-- Contracts lot the Public Service* .. . \. -y^EAQB FOOTffHi POLICE, 4c. ?'.-; ...' 'XtC? I 0. 13 ISMB R B B Y . jGltfEN. J*\. tmtTENDEBlL vrni^^qeivedafthisoffi^e, urfUl^^BaB'cloo^ of'fljj E SimY , tha i8th Feb. rimMfoxli, fimfurniauing tK supplin^uiBticticjuiiritiCiea ?rrndy bo req«cd lartn Rim-elv6 calenfc^ months from ? ? (Tie Isit April, 18|fi, sbecihed, in Govenuafcnt.&cuetfeiof - t ho 13th JonnnrjvUpOS, subject to .the conditions jet forth therein. V' '' ? ' ? -.-?'?^ 20-t .,,-..? * ... .-GEOFFREY KAQAgy REG1 STR E MARITIME, INTERNATlOSLivi^LOXB'Sr.'.'.'1'.^ THE UNDKRStGNPD H AVlWG been appbinted^&aptjii the Fort of iTeWcaatfe, ? . ' EEGIOT^MARITIME,'' ?? ? fNTErfNifiiO^Ii LLOYb'S, ' ' '''* is now prepared- to Survey and Class Shipe-of all Nations on the most favorable terms. -. i L-. :-, B.-JL,,GBU!HSON, * ? ScotUtreet. - ftgT N3. r^Tha nbora Kegistryis being largol? and general...

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

THE ILLUMINATION. JLhe day had scarcely closed when the illumina tions andtransparancies filled the streets with light. By all forms of mechanism and artistic, skill was a welcome, to the Priuce proclaimed in burning words. The view of the city from the most ele vuted places was magnificent and unsurpassed for splendour in the Southern hemisphere. It weenie J as though every public vehicle had been engaged oy uuumes anu private parties to viesv the spec tacle ; and, notwithstanding the steady rainfall, tens of thousands of people traversed the streets on foot. It will be gratifying to those who bestowed much labour and inciirredconsideiiibleexpen.se to do honour to the Prince to know that his Royal Highness rode through the city in the evening, accompanied by one of the Ministers of the Crown and tho chief of one of the Executive departments of the Civil Service. The whole display furnished a sight that will not soon be forgotten by those who witnessed it.

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