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

HlTjOWAY'r Pilw.— Pure Blood. -As this vital fluid, when in svhenlthy state, sustains and renovates every par of the living system, but when it becomes impoverished Or impure exerts a precisely contrary sflfoct, it is abundantly manifest that any medicine which does not reach the cerou lation oan never exterminate ths disease; but any prepara tion capnblo of exorcising a sanitary influecce ovor the blood must with it bo carried to evory hving fibre of tho frame. The lungs, heart, liver, kidneys.nndskin, all receive bonefits from its more wholesouio condition. Hollo way.s Purifying Pills operate directly, poworfully, nnd beneficiuUy upon th,e whole mass ot blood wethar venous or ^itui(al. They strengthen tho stomach, axoitetho liver nnd, kidneys, expo disease, and prolong existence. Valbstwkb.— ' The d.ny upon w^ch these musives are usually forwarded is now approaching. It may be necessary to Viform the public that the objectionable practioe of wr tiqg jnsulttiig remarks outside tho ...

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DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY. ?Yesterday evening a dramatic performance by members of the Sydney University took place in the Great Hall of that Institution, iu the pre sence of his Royal Highness the Duke of Edin burgh, of his Excellency the Governor and Lady Belmore, and of an audience consisting of about seven hundred ladies and gentlemen, either resi dents in, or now on a visit to Sydney. The hall was brilliantly lighted by gas, and on the north ern wall (about midway between the flooring and the bottom of the noble series ot Historical win dows) wad the significant motto of the Universit in large Roman capitals formed by jets of gas — ' 'Sidere metis eadem vmtato' — which may be tianslated, 'The stars over ub are changed, but our ideas have remained unaltered.' His Royal Highness, his Excellency tho Earl and Countess of Beluiore, and the suite of those dis tinguished personages occupied the eastern gallery below the Great Cambridge window. , The Duke occupied the chai...

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

I ^s^_ £1BEWABD. -' ? STOLETTstKOM THE JUNCTION! INN, on SATUltSi^NIGHT. one' LINE frt)J tha Flagstaff. Tbo above rHwarS'wiUbe paid to anjl poison that will dive information to Ie!*4athe oos~-S viotion of tho offenders. ^sns; ? 249 ? H. BEUNIQB^J Tenders Wanted. ? HHENDERS VV4LL BK RECEIVED! X up to the 1st im, for supplying SEVEN HUN-fl DRED SLEEPERS, (Sfcttie Co-operative ComsaqjW Line of Hail way. Tenters iftust state wl en the/ wouflH be delivered. Apply to-C -£fr-ii9 JZMES FLETCHElfe -^« 257 ? M¥J|H '? ' m TO LET, A COTTAGE OF FIVEB BOOMS, detached kitchen, and good, tank.1 situated in Tyrrell-struet, hear Dr. BmrVnr'n riniilrtniyM and having a good view of the harbour. PostessioB .at| once. Bent, 16s. perweek. Applj to H. WILLIAHSB Steam Packet Hotel. ISM TO LET, THE COXTAGE OPFOSITSl {the residence of Mr*}, B. Banoland, St. Bonan'sB on the Hill, having a splendloVitiw of all the surround* H ing district*. - Immodihte poBession can be given.' ? Apply to C. B. BANCLAUBr-' MS ? ...

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BALANCE SHEET. 1867.—December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

BALANCE! SHEET. 1807.— Decetobar 31. 'Amount of Shares of Company ? 6000 Allotted Shares ? ??????: ? 2^S Unallotted Share ? ? ? ? ? ' 6000 Statement of Allotted Shares , £ ^ j// &? e 'd. ;3910) ? I..'''- ,- ' w.580 ;o: o Paid in fuii (2120) ? 10,600^0- 0 -???? Balance to pay ? ...^^8,771 19 H^ 0 p

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. Wuhave been favoured by Mr. ? .passenger by the Bella Maria, with tiles of the Southern Cross and- New Zealand Herald to the 15th inst., from which we extract the following : — The Thames Goldpield. — His Honor tho Superintendent and Dr. Pollen returned from the Thames on Jan. 8, in the Government steamer Sturt.' M r. Murphy (of Coromandel) was brought up in the Sturt, suffering from n fracture of tho ribs, caused by beiug knocked over at the races lust week,,in consequence of a horse swerving from the course. Tho s.s. Tauranga, which returned to port from the Thames on tho 7th, leports a rush of miners to Tapu Creek, and brought up an excel lent sample of waterworn gold, of a very superior description to any yet exhibited. Some of the pieces were over an ounce of pure gold, whilst others contained quarts formation. The Tauranga called at Tapu Creek on her passage, and landed about fifty paBsengen. The claims about Point Tararu are finding gold, or working wit...

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STOCK ACCOUNT. 1867.—December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

STOCK ACCOUNT. 1887.— December?!. . LIABILITE3. * '? '? 'liabilities to Shares ? 15,208 0 0 f^annd&x^unu;'ra-::::::::::::::: t| \ \ Borrowed Money for ViaduotBaUs ? 1,500 0 0 ?-'?? ;'22,612 1 I1 ASSETS. v £ «. d. Estimated value of property in the Miife ? 20,000 0 0 Estimated value of Coal afloat ? 1,112 1 1 DtttovalM 6f Viaduct Bails, Ac. ...v... ? .7... 1,500 0 0 i V. ?22iO12 11 CHABLES BOBIETSON,' ' ? V . Secretary. W# hare examined the account* aud vouchers, and com* - 'pared thum with the Company's Books, and' found them ?orrect' i /bichabd clegg, .1 AndStl,_ BIOHABD YOULL, {?*»*«-'? The report, on tbe motion of the chairman, ?econded by Mr. Forrester, was unanimously confirmed. The meeting then proceeded to. tbe election, by ballot, of three directors in the room of Itietirs. A. Wilde, W, Dobinson, and Thomas Phillips, who retired by rotation, and in the room of James Fletcher, resigned. The follow ing were eleeted, vis. : — Messrs. William Wonders, Thomas Mitchell, Ro...

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PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 1867.—December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 January 1868

fcWjtffr AND LOSS ACCOUNT. .*** 1M7.— December 31. *?' £ a. d. ft* d. ' Q. Northern Traction ? 867 '5 , WaUsend Traction. ? $£.}l}} AooounU paid ? 80* , 0 11 , Directors' fees ? 25 0 0 , Trust ? ??? ? ''? 2 10 ,. Petty Cash, Travelling Ejpensee, ? SUmps, and Telegrams ? 44 0 7 „ Commission onAdvances ? ?...?806 7 5 , Ditto on Sales^; ? 202 19 10 I Interest ? ?;:'.. ? 27» *£ 9 . Salarie»and Accounts due ? .250 0 0 ^ MJMtf Wages unpaid ? 1876 8 4 S;'6* ????- ? ? ? 27416 2 7752 19 11 Cr* £ ». d. £ ?.. d., BrNett proceeds of Coal, from June ? -? SOfli to December 81st, 1867...7392 18 6 » Ditto Coke ? «0 1 «77E!i w „ Balance...... ? 274 15 2

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. The February sittings of this court commence on Monday noxt, before his Honor Mr, Distriot Court Judge M. 'Finland. The court opens at the usual hour (ten o'elock) with th*; fol lowing list of causes : — 1. ?fames Crawloy Tucker v. X. S. Smith. — An action to recover tho sum of .Cll Is. 9d., for goods sold. 2. Luhih Lynch r. William Speer.— An action to recover thu sum of £2.'i, for breach of agreement. ' ,.-.. li. Martin Ahem r. W. Speer. — An action to recover £25, for breach of agreement. . - ?I. H. M'DiJkon i'. N. Welham. — An action to recover i'i'i'Ss. 7il., thu amount of a promissory note. it. ^fonhpn CaMwsnvi1. TMwnril Hvrii.— -An nation tn vonnvnr the sum of .CK, for goods sold. (-. W. Arren r. Sydney Max'ted. — An notion to recover tho sum of iXi 2s. lid., for goods sold. * 7. W. Arrun v. U. 13. Thurlow. — An action to recover £5 17s. lid., for goods sold. 8. W. Alien r. George Scott. — An action to recover £2 lO.s., for goods sold. 0. It. (J. Knn...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

? SMALL DEBTS COURT. TiitmsDAV, Jan. 30, 1868. Before II. Scott, Ksq., P.M. ;-und E. PunioU, Esq., J.P. K. C. Knugyt v. IV. D. Mackenzie. '? Venliot for plaintiff, .C5 15s. (id. ¥

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THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1968. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Absent Without Leave. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

TllUHSDAT, Jan. 30. 18C18. liefnru II. Scott, Ksq., P.M. ; uud K Purnoll, Esq., J.V. Absent Without Leave. \\ ilham I. odor was cliurgeil with being absent without leave from the ship filon Maiden, at Newcastle, on the 2jlth instant. Hi- was i'mini! guilty of the offence, nnd sentenced to fourteen days' imprisonment in Maitland gaol. ?huin'j liiviugstono, for a similar olTence, was sentenced to eight weeks in Maitland gaol, with hard labour. lirunkennesit. Silver Wood, for being drunk in Watt-street, on the 30th instant, was lined L'Os., or seven days in gaol. .

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Serious Assault by a Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE, NE WCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wrosksday, Jajj. 29, 1868. Jlefiire 71. Scott, Ks-i., P.M. ; und E. Purncll, Esq., .T.I\ Serious Assault by a hoy. John .TemiingM, a hoy, apparently about fifteen years old, was charged with unlawfully assaulting, one John Cooper, another boy, ngeil eleven years. Tin; Complainant said, on the '24th instant ha was play ing with u lot of boys oil some open ground, near the Lake Mucqunria Ki-iu1;n number of boys were playing cricket mid be (complainant) caught the ball. The defendant anil uuo thcr hoy then camo up to him and caught hold of him. They hud him down, on tho ground, and the defendant's brother pulleil down his trousers and put u lot of cow dung into thorn. Witness tried to get up but tho defendant unit some other boys would not. let him. After a littln he gut his hnnils loose mid hit defendant in the face with a piecu or tlio cowuung. xiio (leienuunt unu ms companions tui'ii let him go, ami he got a stouo and threw it at the def...

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DEPARTURES. JAN. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

ti DEPARTOBBS. d - Jan. 29.r» - - »i tngoon, bq- 367, Jackson, for Melbourne, with 360 tons I le^d?|hf'm:Tuit for Mribourno,' with 300 ton, If iurie*PKJjj'g?»oh.,' 185, M'Donald, for** Adelaide, with 5,' |ton» ooal.»G.; Hewiaon, agent VT £c.E., bq., 291,, Brown, for, Auckland,' with 410 tons M L Captaun, agent, v ?? \_ Ik Unron (i.i.X 3o7, Roell», for Melbourne via Sydney, with IP (tons coal and 12 pigs. B. H. Grierson, agent. Ifiikrah brig. 120, Booth, for Melbourne, with .140 tons |-L E. B.TV«U«ce, agent. ? .' . ?. K. Jan. 31. 1 -nes Irving (?.), 330, Creer, for Grafton. W. K. Loch; 'Si d. urent. — ? ' '* '^'

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— From the tenor of Dr. Harris's last leter it does not appear ' that ho is so glad unit thankful to be set right' us lie professes. In fact theie is so great a difference betwepn what he /«'.« written and what he mlid to inv, that, although I have ii»ithur time nor inclination for newspaper corres pondence, 1 think it advisable to give my vorsiou of our in terview, so that others may judge, hetweou us, and in doing so I shall coiiline myself as much as possible to the, minute book I showed to Dr. Harris, awl which I um willing to shew to any one who takes an interest in the matter. As I hail been informed by several persons that Dr. Hii:ris felt uusriuved about an application lie had made to bu placed 011 the medical stud of tho hospital, in 18U4, I broached that _..i. 1....1. (!..,.«? -tt.il tilfltM.ii.Ii ( «-:illi-il l)i*. ITur-riii's attention particularly to the namus of the committee at that time, he avoids any mention of their mime...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

?S» \ COASTERS INWARDS. I» .?**#? FROM SYDNEY. '?. ' .' .j' ; L an. 30.— Messenger. Oaa 31.— General Wool. O ,J;C0A8TER8 OUTWARDS. H ?:' -,/ I-OR SYDNEY. . '; £y[m. 29.-Lurline, Notion/Uuole TortpCoIontst, Hiron l_3!!le. ' and MarV Ann. *. '\ BiJTan. 30.— Mountain Maid, Scotia, Policeman, Jessie, Sijrtha, Alert, and Nancy. -!'v\#

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A FLOATING DOCK FOR NEWCASTLE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

.' ' A FLOATING DOCK FOR NEWCASTLE. To the Editor of the JVcwcartle l.'hronkle. -5ir — Knowing you to be an advocate for anything that would benefit tho working-classes unit advance the shipping of Koweustle, I beg to draw the attention of the public to the gr- at necessity for a lloating dock, that ships of largo tonnage may be sighted, repaired, and rcclussed here instead of leaving our port to get thcirnecessary repairs donoiu other ports. A lloating dock has long been talked about, and some liavo gone so far us to wuste time und money in a way that was not pruuticul on account of local opposition. But why should this bo so ? I would ask these (ruestions : -Is there not 1 00111 enough in the bay. to work a dock ? Is there not euoifii snipping 10 wanuni^n-uiuimiiy auui-usa ju wju uhult taking? Is there not capital, lying idle in the hands of our wealthy merchants and townsmen that could bo well laid out in a lloating dock? Are the people of .I'ewcastle so blind to thoir own intere...

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

1 VESSELS IN PORT. ? . UQlee Maideo, ship, 1305, loading Waratahcoal for Bom jdEmiUe, Bremen bq., 1100, loading Wallaend coul for iKu^teM of Sea6eld, bq., 432, discharging ballast. -, , 3 Henrietta, bq.. X81, londing Waratah coal for Hongkong. iMut Charlie, 1350,. discharging ballast. 3 Iparkerhoo. ship, 1210, discharging ballast. . apEolui, Dufehbq., 708, discharging ballast ?fcreelius, ba., *4, loading Waratah coal for Mauritius. ?3 ElUa ShafrpVH,' 303, loading coal for Wallaroo. ?Jllndus, bq.,»63, loading Lauibtqn coal for Dunedin. ||cMngw2od,, bq., 457, loading A.A. Co.'i cq»1 for Dune ij Sidy Bmrai, bq., 210, loading A. AJ3o.'« coal for Hobart Ifee, brig, 160, loading A.A. Co.'s coal for Hobart Town.. 3 iDauphinT French brig, 350, loading A.A. Co.'» coul for 1 Prince Edward, brig, 170 discharging ballast ?; Omega, bd., 401, loading Wallseni coal for 'Wellington, ? I WoXine, brig, 250, loading Wollsend coul for Shai.ghai. fl BeU» Mary, bq., .270, loading Waratah coal for Hobatt ...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

T11 the JCditur of the ifeaensUe CUrunicle, Sir— In yutir uHskis of Wednesday there is a letter from Dr. Harris, purporting to be un answer to one iiddrcssed by me to him in a previous issue of your papor, and which I would now, in my reply to his communication to me, ad dress to hiiusulf, were it not that tho stylo of his correspon dence necessarily precludes the possibility of my. doing so. I wouM, at the outset, however, disclnim having been actuated by the slightest ill feeling to Dr. Harris, who, in deed, bus shown that he is, in fact, his own worst enemy. Were I indued his enemy I would, on reading his letter addressed to me, have gloated over it with malignant pleasure. I will not, however, attempt to conceal the fuct that the foolish vanity Dr. Harris would fuiu attribute to 1110 was considerably indulged by the evidence his letter furnished of the acutenuss with which he felt the justness of my comments, which evidently created disgust in his mind of his illauvised correspo...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

B ^ D N W* . abm*Xls. ? Jan. 27.— GlendoA, ihip, 1197, from Melbourne, 15th Jan. 2a— HIglaJder, »oh, 93,.fromGreymouth : EUen, ich.. froartwofdld Bay. 26th inst : Agnes Irving (a.), 333, Jrom OnSton, Mlh iwt; Blackbi'rdf..). 631, from War ji»mb«bV2oth mst ; China, ship, 1174 from Melbourne, 15th inst,; Bella Vista, bq., 183, from Hobart.Town, 17th fast. ;'.»*«? Queen, bq^ 264i from MelbournV 14th inst ; Spirit of the Sea, bq., 500, f Son Melbourne, 19th inst. 7.. . ? DteABlfUBE3. Jan. 27.— Maid of Riverton, fdrBookhunpton. Jan! 28.— City of Melbourne (si), for Melbourne ; City of Brisbane (s.), for Brisbane; and Susannah Cuthbert (a.), /or Graf ton.

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DEAR BREAD AND CHEAP BREAD. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

DEAR BREAD AND CIIUAV BREAD. 2'ot/ie Kditor oftlic Newcastle Chronicle. Sin — Can you tell 1110 how it is that bread is sold at six pence tho two pound loaf in Newcastle, \vhon,it is sold in Sydney at throu-ponco ? I think it wouhl be well to cnll a meeting of the citizens in order to rccprcst a Sydney baker to come amongst us, This ia a vital iiuostion. — Yours, &o., PATER FAMIUAH, Newonstle, Jim, 31, 1807.

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

FREIGHTS. Freights continua firm, and tonnage scarce, but are now quotetr:~ .. d. ?? a Melbourne ? 15 Q Singapore ? 26 0 Wbllaroo ? 20 6 v Osloutta ? 24 0 Adelaide ? 17 0 Cocpnada ? 2o 0 AVeUiugton.. ? 18 0 Kangoon ? 25 0 Nelson?.. ? 18 0 Gallei ? ., ? 2a 0 Otago ? 20 0 Maurittus ? ? 32 0 Hongkong ? 34 0 Java ? .\ ? 28 0 Foociiool?. ? 35 0 ManUa ? 25 0 Ningpo^ ? 15 0 Bombay «, ? 35 0 Shanghai ? 50 0 SanFranouoo ? 43 0 Cheefoo ? 25 0* .Panama , ? 35 0

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