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THE LATE ACCIDENT AT THE WOOD-COAL SHOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

THE LATE -ACCIDENT AT THE BUR ?WOOD-.COAL SHOOTS. An inquest wiw' held at' Rouse's Hotel, on Saturday last, bqfore,-R. J. Pierce Esq., Coroner, and a jury of six, 'on the body of' Joseph Con ners, who came by his death by falling off one of the Burwood coal shoots. The evidence taken was as follows : — William Thomas Smith, clerk to the Burwood Colliery office, deposed : — I knew the deceased Joseph Conner*. On Tuesday morn ing, the 21st inst., about four o'clock, I was pass ing between two' of . the Burwood coal shoots, when I heard some 'one call out 'Jessie Asliby.' X.went to where the person was calling, and found deceased lying on the ground. He said ' For God's sake come here.' I weut and'dragged him against the side of the shoots. He told me he had fallen off the shoot during the niglit. He com plained of great pain in his back, and he was not able to move. I reported the circumstance to Mr. J. Dulton, in whose employ the deceased was.-— Jolin Dalton deposed : lam a lighterma...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY. JAN. 24. 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

PARLIAMENTARY XE1TISLA.TIVE ASSEMBLY. - Friday. Jan. 24. 1867. On the 'motion of Mr. Martin, it was ordered that the House, at its rising, adjourn to Tuesday, the 25th February' next.— On the motion of Mr. Martin, the members proceeded to Government House to present the address adopted at the last sittings to H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh.— On returning from Government House, Mr. Speaker read his Royal Highness'* reply to the address, and the House then adjourned.

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ANNIVERSARY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

ANNIVERSARY DAY. A strong southerly breeze ushered in the 27th 'January, the day sut apart for commemorating the eightieth anniversary of the formation of New South Wales into a colony (the 2Cth falling upon Sunday), and many were the hope3 that the day would turn out tine. Although the clouds indi cated wet, up to twelve o'clock the weather con tinued fine, but from that hour until night the rain was almost continuous. Special excursion trains were, laid on to and from Singleton, but no doubt, owing to the holidays having been rather numerous of late, and the exodus to Sydnev to see the Prince, they were not patronised' as. largely as we have seen them on other occasions The 7.15 a. in. train to Maitland, Singleton, -tc. took away about seventy- passengers, and the trains from Singleton^ Maitlaud, Jsc, arriving here about ten o'clock, brought down twenty three carriages well filled, say about 400 passen gers, most^pf whom returned by the 6.10 p.m train, not very well pleased with t...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. I The New Peptic School at Waratah. — We understand that it has been dotinitely settled that the hon.' Henry Parkes (Colonial Secretary) is to lay the foundation-stone of the new Public School, about to bo erected at Waratah. A requisition, signed by 175 residents of the township, was re cently presented to Mr. Parkes, through A. A. P. Tighe, Esq., M.L.A., asking the hon. gentleman to perform tho ceremony of laying the stone, and we are very happy to bo in a position to state that Mr. Parkes (has consented to comply with tho requisi tionists request. Tuesday, the 28th of January was first named by Mr. Parkes for performing tho ceroinony, but ho has subsequently written and fixed tho day as tho 10th February, the formor date inter fering with important engagomonts, which could not be put on one side, or bo conveniently post poned. We are informed that advantage will be taken of the presence of so distingi'fshed a visitor, to hold a soireo and public meeting in connection...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

CRICKET MATCH. ?'? On Monday last a mutch whs played at Tl' se*n3 between the Great Northern Kailwav Northumberland cricket clujas, which result* ' a victory for the former, ajH seven wicketi ; spare. Wallsend went to the, wickets first, Sit. fine play was shown on both djdes. AVALLSEND CLUB. WIWT I.NNINOS. M. Currry, b. Niold ? ... ( H. Cook, o. and b. Ailum ... ... __^«r*^ ... ) T. Anderson, c. Adnni, b, NiolU -»- ' ? t It. House, b. Adam... „???**'. ? ... I B. Wells, b. Adam ..iijr--.. ? ... 1 A. Ko»8, c. Flics, bi'Wield ? - ... ... U M. Hopple,- cTlJewiclc, b. Nield ? !| K. Hepple, b, Niold ... .- ? j) . T. Curry, b. Adam ? » ' G. liroudlioad, b. Adam ? ... I' A. Melvillo, not out ? ' ... ? Byes ? ' ..?..: ..?!.-? ; . Total ? ../' ... ;.»? ' SECOND INNINGS. ' H. Cook, o. 'Wills, b. Seale .; ? I B. WelU,.e.'Pullur,b, Nield ... ... ...- A. lions, b. Nield ..... ? -*- ... K. House, b. Adam... ... ' ? ??' M. Hepplu, run out ? .- ... J. AnderBon, b. Adam - ? j ? , M. Curry, b. Adam.....

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, Jan. 28, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

SMAL.L DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, Jan. 28, 18(18. Before H. Scott, Esq , P.M. Ji. C. Knarigs and Co. v. W. D. Mactomie. An action for £5 (is. Cd., for goods sold and delivered. Postponed to tbo :10th instant. Richard Pearee v. W. D. Mackenzie. An action for balar.oo of dishonored cheque. Plaintiff was nun-suited. No appearance. Oeorge Barrow v. Janm Derercur. An action for £3 liiB.. for goods sold und delivered. Plaintiff was non-suitod. The Mail for England. — Wo would remind our readers that tho next mail for England, via Suez, will leavu Sydney en Sunday next. Orders for oxtra conies of tho Chronieh must bo sent in by Friday evening, as the mail will close on Saturda morning at nine o'clock,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. Jan. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

) SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE] PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ? ' ARRIVALS. JAN. 25. . . . ! qrifton (s.), 213, Creer, from Sydn.y. W. K. LqcUbeaci, ( . ,,B«11» Mary, bq., 276, Copping, from Auckland, 11th inst. £& F. Stokes and Co., agents. |%jA. Jan. 20. f^OCtfof Edinburgh, ibip. 470, Matthews. fromW*Uing EjAkSui inst. G. Hewison, agent. ?^?lingwood, bq., 457, M'Kinnon, from Otago, 10th imt. ?JlT Stokes and Co., agfltats. ' f7^ Jan. 27. Omega, bq., 401, Patching,- from Wellington, 12th task C. F. Stoke* and Co., ngontal 1 Derwent, brig, 121, Trenier, from Nelson. Captain, Mtnt. '' * ??''? Stormbird, three-masted «ch., 104, Simpson, from Hold ftika, 20th inat. W. H. Whyte, agent. I TUggie, brig, 191, Howie, from Nspier. N.Z.. 8th inst C. %& Walter, agent. Induj, bq. , 368, Hodge, from Otago, 8th inat. C.F. Stokes ?Md Co.. agents. ' Woodbine, bq., 250, from Sydney. R. B. Wall ace,agcnt. Jan. 28, ? .-. Balh'ns,(s.), 181, from Sydney. W. K. Lochhead, agent. - Golden Age, bq,, 384, M'Int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

HUNTER* RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATIONCOMPANY. STEAM tQyDNEY. Tie MOBPETH, CaptainNijunD, MONDAY and THUaSDfc, mornings. Th* CITY OF NEWCASgLEjbaptain SuMMERBEXt, TUESDAY and FB|^A.Y Evenings. GEORGE T0LLY & CO.. Agonts. /- ? Hunter Biver New Steam Navigation COMPANY. TO SHIPPERS AND PASSENGERS TO AND FROM THE HUNTER. NOTICE. FOR ONE MONTH PROM THE ' dite of departure of H.ILH. the DuVe of Edin burgh from Tasmania for this colony, passengers taking return tickets will be convey od at the following ratee:— ?' Newcastle to J3yB|ky and baok :— Saloon ? ., ? I ? .' ? , ? £1 Ss. Steerage ? .V^.. ? ? ? 0 Mi. ' HOIFBTH, RATKON-D TEKItTte, Or Cl.AUENCE TOWM, to , ? STDNlKandaLck:- Saloon ? Tsl^J. ? £1 10s. Steerage.. ? »7S^C ? 0 18s. Same rates from Sydney. Thii arrangoment will commence on SATURDAY, 16th instant. GEORGE TULIiY & CO., Agents, Nowcaatlo. 10th January, 1868. ? 185 Australasian Steam Navigation Company EXCURSION TRIPS TO SYDNEY ! - To witness tho Arrival of the Dul...

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[FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.] Tuesday, 11.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

' FritOH AN OCCASIONAL CORHE.SPONDBNT.] Tuesday, 11.40 p.m. The oity was again illuminated lost night, but not so generally as on the previous occasion, many of tho private transparencies' and gas devices having been taken down. Tha effect, notwithstanding, in in Boine portions of George and Pitt streets was very brilliant. The costume worn by Prince Alfred is all the rage, particularly what is termed the Duke of Edinburgh l_l- ???ii-Vi a Ulna wnii mtitt/1 it1. 1UI-* tVllils, Ck U1UO IU1I AVlAiivs, *vi The Pavilion in Hyde Park lets the rain in' to such an extent that it is being roofed with galvan ized iron. ' , The Regatta was a success, but was sadly inter fered with by the heavy raiu, which came down almost without intermission tho whole day long. There are a large number of Newcastle and- Mait land people still in town. The Duke drove into the triumphal arch at the junction of College-street and the South Hoad Road, on Saturday last, on his way homo from tho Rand wick raceB. Th...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY—Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

LATEST I N T E L L T 0 E N C E . KROM QREVILLE'S TELEORAir COMPANY. - SYDNEY— Monday. To-day has been observed as a general holiday. TheltegaUaVop numerously attended; although it rained with but little intermission from ten a.m. to. three p.m. *.. . J All the places ~6f amusement havo been well patronised since the arrival of His Royal Highness the Duke. . ? ' Mr.- Ooppin appeared at the Prince of Wales on Saturday evening in 'the drama of the Milky White, The oity is again to be illuminated, this evening. - There has not teen much doing recently, comrner- _ cially speaking. « ,' Dark brandy, ln'bulk, has realised 8s. 3d. Rum is in request and advancing. Bottled beer is de ??-.. Tuesday evening, C p.m. I The Citizen's Grand Ball, the Aboriginal Cricket \ Match, and the German Torchlight Procession hava ?11 been postponed in consequence of the continued wet weather. The Sunday-school scholars presented the Duke of Edinburgh with a Bible and Prayer-book, to-day, in t. Andrew's Cathed...

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TUESDAY. JAN. 28. 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Stealing a Hat. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

Tuesday. Jan. 28. 18fiS. Before H. Soott, Esq., P.M. j and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Stealing a Hat. George Warburton, was charged with stealing at the ?\Varutali sports, yesterduy,|a hat, the property of Daniel Blundou. Ho was remanded to the 2-Jth instant, for the attendance of witnesses. Assault. John Brown, miner, on summons, appeared to answor the charge of assaulting. one David 'Watson, n storekeeper, at Wiirutab, on the ICth instant. Tho case was dismissed. Complainant to pay costs of one witness and professional ousts, 'i\a. Air. ijlator apnpurpd fur dcfpmluut, t.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

A Dbaoon Stoey. — The following extract irom tho oW Worcester newspaper of 1715 affords a curious illustration of journalism and credulity in thone daye:— ' Jtmskry, 4 miles from Leominster, ,..;; tia: Herefordshire,*AuJ. 20. A strange Dragon of a Tast magnitude, havirfe Wings, 4 Lega, a long Tail, large Scales, of a brightish Colour, lias been seen linraftboutH. It inhabits about the Black Hill, a mile from hence. We hear it has thia day destroy'd many Sheep. People are in such fear that none dare pass that vffly. They have bought Powder and Ball to endeavour to destroy it, but it most commonly koeps in the Caverns of the Rocks'— Athenaum. Niagara Fails.— Table Bock has been Bbcceaa fullyirfown away by gunpowder from the main rock. Visitors can now reach the sheet of water at thobaso of tho Falla without danger from falling rook.r— .Toronto Globt. ' ''. ?

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Saturday, Jan. 25, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P Wilful Disobedience. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Saturdat, Jan. 25, 1RC8. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P Wilful, nianlitt/iaiiv/i Joseph Hnwkins was charged with wilful disobedience of lawful commands on board the brig Sarah. The prisoner was discharged upon his ngreeing to tako his dischurgo and pay for u tank ho damaged, and 4s.' Cd. costs. Assault. John Jennings was charged with violently assaulting one John Cooper, on tho 24th instant. Prisoner was remanded for the attendance of witnesses to the 31st instant. .

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. 'The practice of medicine is tin: noblest of professions, but the vilest of trades.'— Old Quotation. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — Thanks to heaven, I have never, during n pretty long life, been under tho necessity of seeking the uid of cither surgeon or doctor, but 1 1 have, dining a resilience in both London nnd Dublin, had occasion to stand by the bed side of near and dear friends, when Sir William lilizurd, Sir Everard Home, Kirby, Uusack, Crunpton, and others were called imon to make a linnl and decisive effort to stay tho approaching ha.-.d of death. Now, although the gentle man writing under the signature ' itichard Harris' in last Wednesday's Chronicle, may be, as ho boasts he in, ready to put his hand to such elfusions, I would nevertheless be very sorry, with my vivid recollections of the solemn scenes to wliioh I have leferred, to allow him to put ftis Imiul to the knife,- when the question of life or death,...

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RANDWICK RACES. THE DUKE OK EDINBURGH'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

RANDWICK RACES. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S DAY. Abridged from the Herald. The members of luttersalls Club may be very cordially thanked by the sporting portion of the public, for the eminently successful way in which they carried out all their arrangements in con nection with the Duke's Day Races, on Satuiday last. Everything that could be done to render tho meeting pleasant and enjoyable was done ; and an the weather was as bright and sunny as the most ardent pleasure-seeker could desire, the result of so much earnest cttort in the direction of amusement could not bo a failure. The con testing horses, for the most part, were not in the very first rank of Australian cracks ; and their performances on Saturday may not have pre iteuted any very novel or admirable featured. But there can be no two opinions as to the thorough enjoyment which Saturday's race meeting altbrded to many thousands of our fellow-citizens. There novel1 was a merrier or more agreeable meeting of any kind whatever. ...

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HOSPITAL AFFAIRS. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

HOSPITAL AFFAIRS. To the Editor of tlte Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— On Wednesday morning last I received the following note : — ' Dr. Harris— Sir : If you can spare n few minutes this morning to call on me I think I can show yon proofs that some of your statements in the letter published in the Chronicle this morning are incorrect. — 1 11111, sir, yours, jco ' W. W. ROWE.' I called on Mr. Rowe, and at once promised him to give a publio contradiction to any statement I made in my Tetter if he shewed me it was incorract. By his wish I now send you tho subject nnd result of our conversation. The first subject discussed was my non-election as medical attendant on the hospital in 1854. Mr. Rowe produced the minute book, and shewed mo that my application had been n ceived, also mac ic nau Dcen 7jiM(UKt, wnen directions nail uoeu given to the Secretary to communicate with me on the sub ject, raquesting u duplicate of my formor application. Now my unswer had been received by tho Committee, wh...

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ARTILLERYMAN'S REPLY TO EX-VOLUNEER. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

ARTILLERYMAN'S REPLY TO EX-VOLUNEER. To tltt Editor of the Newcastle Ohronielt. Sib— I perceive by tho Saturday's issue of your invaluable journal, that at length a champion hns been found to defend the Artilli'ry company's petitioners aguiust what he entitles as tho criticisms of 111 Ex- Volunteer, whose letter appealed in tho columns of your journal of the 18th instant. In tho delectablo production referred to, which I readily discover to have emanated from the pen of one of the requisitiouists, ?ml to whom my remarks must have applisd very forcibly, he has endeavoured, by giving vent to monaces, to intimi date mo from answering ; but, despite his warning, I take the opportunity of replying to my opponent. Before com menting upon tht lucubration of the Artilleryman, it may be necessary to sssert, by way of contradiction to many of his accusations, that tho remarks in my previous communi cation wore not intended to apply to tho whole of tho mom bera of the battery, who, no one will...

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SINGLETON ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

SINGLETON ATHLETIC SPQRT1 From the Mercury. ? * The athletic sports which were establiahM* ? success last year were repeated this ann'^ with equal or increased success yesterday. I*1 selected was Mrs'. Howe's paddock, on thew ; side of the railway station, a pleasant spot,'^ grassed, and sheltered by trees. The ^^c* menced rather cloudy, and in the early p'*) drizzling showers 'fell, but the sky gw^ cleared about eleve* o'clock, and towards »' noon the sun shone' out with brilliancy. ?»? breeze prevailed the whole day, but rain t*' till seven o'clock. The number of peopleil ? commencement of the sports was about' hundred, but had reached three thousand J ? afternoon. The utmost order prevailed, B1. ' occasionally some loud voices were uea™? ! puto, no blows were, however, interchanged^ most noisy of the disputers. The com** manner of performing their duties gavesati#' in genoral ; and the events were, as a n\ ?? contested — more particularly the walkuj ? jumping matches. The euliven...

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GREAT NOTHERN RAILWAY. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

' GREAT NORTHEKN RAILWAY. FIRST INNINQS. Fligg, b. Ro»S \ ? ' Davis, b. Wells ? Nield, b. 'Wells ? ' .;. - Adtun, b. Uep'ple ? '? Scale, c. Curry, b. Ross ? Bewick, lV. Kosa ? , Puller, o. Koss, b. Hepple ? Boyd, -b. Wells ? ' ? Wills, b. Hopple ? [ Verdun, not out ? .1 EdwardB, b. Wells ? ''3 Byes, 11 ; Ieg-byeB, 1 ; wides, 5 ... ?? .'»i ' Total ? -fl SECOND INNINGS. . .; Bewick, b. Ross ? Jt Nield, o. Ross, b. Wells ? ;??? {! Verdon, b. Ross ? .? Adam, not out ? '. Setle, not out ? ' ??' Byes ? ?' Total ? '

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WRECK OF THE SHIP GENERAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

WRECK' OF THE SHIP GENERAL 4. GRANT. I From the Southland News, January 14. One more sad story ot disastrous snipwre«» and loss of life at the Auckland Islands has been placed on record. Early yesterday morning a telegram was received announcing the arrival ut the Bluff of the whaling brig Amherst, Captain Gilroy, with ten persons on board (including one r.™.,iQ\ +i,a o,,rvivntR of the crew and passengers of the ship General Grant, which leflTMelKburne for London in May, 1866, with a valuable cargo of wool, hides, and gold. The narrative told by the rescued people partakes of the nature of that fearful episode, the loss of the London, but wi^h less of battling with the elements. It is believed that the more valuable portion of the cargo of the Geueral Grant may be recovered, as within the cave there is sometimes compara tively smooth water. Her loss is assigned to the fact that the anchors and chains had been stowed away below. NARRATIVE OP THE SURVIVORS. _ The General Grant, izuu t...

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