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CITY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

CITY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.   The Council met, pursuant to adjournment, on Monday evening, in the Court-house, at the usual hour. Present— Aldermen Henderson, Chapman, Winship, and Adam. Aldermen   Hannell and Christie also entered the chamber some time after the proceedings had commenced. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were   read, confirmed, and signed. REPORTS AND PETITIONS. No reports or petitions were received. CORRESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read a letter from Henry Read, on the subject of the Council appointing a delegate for the ensuing sittings of the Muni- cipal Conference. Mr. Read, as Secretary to the Conference, wrote, impressing strongly upon the Council the strong necessity there was to appoint a delegate at once, so that the Conference might meet as a duly accredited body from all the Mu- nicipalities of the colony. The letter stated there was reason to believe that the now Muni- cipalities Bill would be dealt with in t...

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SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT BURWOOD. A MAN AND A BOY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT BURWOOD. A MAN AND A BOY KILLED. About twelve o'clock, noon, on Saturday last, a very shocking accident happened at the brick yard of Mr. Bowtell, of Burwood, resulting in the almost instantaneous death of a man and a boy, the latter being Mr. Bowtell's own son. The report of the disaster first reached Newcastle between one and two o'clock, but it was not at all generally known until late in the evening of the same day, and even then a good many re- ceived the intelligence with considerable distrust, hardly believing that it could be true. On in- quiry in the proper quarter, we soon learnt that the report was only too true, and that in this in- stance, at any rate the, main facts in connection with the accident had been pretty correctly cir- culated. Bowtell himself, his son (a lad of 12 years), a man named Richard Haddaway, and another named William Davis, were all engaged, it seems, at the time of the catastrophe, in taking bricks from a new kiln belonging to ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Monday, May 15, 1807. Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M., and James Hannell, Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.   NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.   MONDAY, MAY 15, 1867.     Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M., and James Hannell, Esq.,   J. P.     Charge of Assault against the Captain of a Steamer.   Captain Summerbell appeared on summons, to answer a charge of unlawfully assaulting one John Schrader, on the morning of the 9th instant.         Mr. Slater (for Mr. Readett) appeared for the defen-   dant.   The complainant being sworn, said : The information   read is true. The defendant is the person I complain   of. About half-past nine o'clock, on Thursday morning,   the 9th instant, I was at the steamers wharf, at Newca-   tle, assisting Mr. Tully as the agent of the H.R.N.S. Company. The City of Newcastle, steamer, of which   the defendant i...

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Tuesday, May 14. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) Charge of Stealing Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

TUESDAY, MAY 14. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) Charge of Stealing Potatoes. Edward Dalton, appeared on remand, on bail, to an- swer the charge ot stealing a quantity of potatoes the property of R. H. Grierson. Edward Dalton. sen., was the first witnesss called by   Mr. Slater, for the defence. He deposed as follows :— I am a (labourer by trade. I remember the day before Good Friday. I was trimming coals on board the Ellen Stewart that day. The vessel was lying at the ballast wharf on the North Shore. At six o'clock that morn- ing, I went on board and remained until three o'clock at       work. There was a lighter alongside called the Ganges. She belonged to the prisoner, who was on board the lighter shovelling coals. I can swear he was on board the Ganges the whole time: from six till three o'clock, with the exception of a short time he got on board the ship to have his dinner. A coloured man named 'Joe' was on board the lighter wi...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

LOCAL ITEMS. CHORAL SOCIETY'S BAZAAR. — We notice by an advertisement, that the bazaar in connection with this very popular and flourishing society is fixed to come off on the 17th and 18th of next month. We hear that great preparations are being made for the event, and there is every prospect at the present time of the bazaar being a first-class one.   ATTEMPTED ROBBERY AT WARATAH.— On Sun- day evening last, a most daring and impudent houso robbery was attempted at Waratah, the   back premises of Mr. M'Kenzie being broken into by two men, who were brought before the Newcastle police court yesterday. We refer our readers to our police report for full particulars. ACCIDENT. — On Saturday evening last, a very painful rumour was afloat in the city, to the effect, that a little girl about two years old, a daughter to Mr. F. Ash, of King-street, had been gored by a bullock and killed. On inquiry we were greatly rejoiced to find that the report was untrue, and th...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

GENERAL NEWS. A man named Kelly, convicted of an outrage on a child under two years old was hanged at Beechworth, on Saturday. GROSS OUTRAGE.--A passenger on the North-     ern Railway informs us that, on Tuesday evening, April 23, when the train was between Freeling and Ford's Station, it being quite dark, some person fired two shots from a gun or pistol at the train. Our informant, as well as other passen- gers, distinctly saw the flame from the firearms, and heard the shots strike the carriage. He re- grets the train was not stopped, and chase given after the miscreant who fired. We trust the au- thorities will endeavour to discover the fellow   who is guilty of such a wanton and dangerous outrage. — Register. THE VERNON.— The fitting of this ship for the purposes of a juvenile reformatory are near- ly completed, and she is now at her moorings preparatory to receiving the youngsters for whom she has been purchased and fitted, out. We un- der...

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MORPETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

MORPETH. MELANCHOLY SUICIDE.--We deeply regret to     see reported in the Maitland Mercury,   of the 7th instant, the suicide of Mr. Archibald Campbell, the Custom-House Land- ing Waiter, at Morpeth, and who was inti   mately and personally known to a con- siderable number of persons here in New- castle The dreadful act was committed on Sun- day night, in the deceased gentleman's own house, by cutting his throat with a razor. The report states that, when Mr. Campbell inflicted the fatal injury upon himself, he was dressed, with the exception of his coat. When discover- ed, he lay on his back on the floor, literally in a pool of blood. From his position he must have been standing before a looking-glass, which was placed on a chest of drawers, and beside which was a kerosene lamp at the time when he inflicted the fatal wound. The instrument used, which had been laid down on the other side of the looking-glass, was a razor, around whi...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

WALLSEND. --ACCIDENTS.--I regret to have to report, that one or two slight accidents have happened here since I last wrote. A miner in one of the Wallsend pits, whose name I have not learnt, and a new-comer, managed to get hurt the other night, but in what precise way I have not heard . The injury he received was, fortunately, not a serious one.--Dr. Gelder, in going his rounds on Wednesday night, got caught in a clothes line, as he was riding along on horseback. As he was riding rather fast he was thrown somewhat violently to the ground, and I hear that he sustained some rather severe bruises. This makes the third Wallsend doctor who has nearly broken his neck by coming in contact with this identical clothes line, and I would suggest that it. with propriety, be designated the "doctor's" clothes line. I should advise our doctor to be a little more careful, and whenever practicable, to let his horse go a little slower ; and I would also advise our good housewives to take down their c...

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MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 May 1867

MINMI. According to promise, I again send you a few lines. News is somewhat scarce here this week. Everything has been going on quietly and steadily— just what you may term more work than noise. The fall of timber in the pit that I spoke about in my last has been cleared away, and all are again as busy as little bees in their headings. I told you in my last, that we were going to have a concert in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, by the Wallsend Philharmonic Society. The pieces selected were excellent, and the music and singing first-class. The cake and wine, which it was said was to be handed round in the inter- val, was altogether a mistake. It appears it was an addition made to the programme without authority. However, I am happy to inform yon, that no disappointment was experienced. We were all well pleased with the entertainment, and the general inquiry is—' When are they coming again.' We have also to speak of ano- ther concert, which took place at tho Northum- berland Hotel ; ...

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Select poetry. ARTEMUS WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

Select poetry., ARTEMUg WARD. ,: la he gone to a land of no laughter, Tliin man that made mirth for us all / Proves death bat a silence hereafter From the sounds that delight or appal T Onco closed, hare the lips no more doty, No more pleasure the exquisite ears ; , Has the heart done o'orflowing with beauty » . As the eyes have with tears ? Jisy, if aught bo sure, what can be sun)!1 Than that Earth's good decays not with Earth t Adi of all the heart's springs none are purer Than the springs of the fountains of Mirth. He thitt sounds them has pierced the heart's hollows, Toe-places where tears are and sleep : Tor tho foam-flakes that dance in life's shallows - -Are wrung from life's deep. ' ' So camo from a heart full of gladness from the glad-lioartod world of the West — . : *Wbn oar laughter, but not with mere madness, Spake and jokou with us, not in mere jest ; ?For the man in our heart lingered after, ' ' When tho merrmunt died from our can, And those that were loudest in laught...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

NOW READY, and ON SALE, at the CHRONICLE Office. Scott-strdet, Newcastle :— Tho NSW BEQISTRATION OF BBANDS ACT, Price— One Shilling Also : Forms for Registering Horses, Cattle, Ac. Ditto Application for Publican's License ' Ditto Transfer of Publican's Lioense Ditto Temporary Publican's Lioonso Ditto Music and Dancing (Publican's) - .-'.? ? Ditto Charter Party -Ditto. Custom-houso Entries ' Ditto Inventory and Warrants to Distrain Ditto Registering Dog* Ditto Houses to Let &c., Aa. A ii 5 K D~, ; fa person to take charge of a Baby, fifteen month* old. Apply to Mrs. MINER, at the City Warehouse. ..-?.,:?:.??'-. ' 870 ,-£: . ~\\T A N T E t-, T V7;O: .OR TlIKiRE V V' . OtJTDOOli APPRENTICES to 'fke Dims, making. Apply immediately to Mrs1, BOGGIB, 'Wo., . 1, Brain's Buildings, comer of. King and. Nertoo»n Straats. ' . 8B0 ? ANT ED , TO. BOARD AND LODGE, a:Bespect--!ble Young MAN,.in-a-p-ty 'i^£- .vato homo, beautifully and centrally isitia&a-is;.'.Tprgli!V(r'T jnodcrateV...

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THE NEWCASTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

TSK NEWCSTLE' RACES. In the adykrtisem'ent of the races to come off on Frida^and Saturday next, which appeared in our last issue, several erroi'S occurred which we desire now to direct particular attention to. In- the second race, on the first day — The Ladies' Purse — tho sweepstakes was printed ton sovereigns instead of ten shillings, the prize being ten sovereigns. ? In the first find litftfc nilfin nT t.lif* npnnnil rltttr f.liA timrmnf. of the prizes was inadvertently omitted alto gether. The amounts are, for- the District Purse' race, £15,. and for the Forced Han dicap, .£10. In the advertisement, which appears in to-day's issue, these mistakes have been rectified, and it is now correct in every particular. Anothur meeting of tho Stewards was held last evening, .at which the entrances for the various events were opened, and proved to be as follows : — MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. P. Jjcnaghan's Maid. J. Jlurke'H Pieman's Daughter. Jno. Junior's Soldier Boy. B.HaiYoy's Othello. LADIES' PU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

Hr1TK T E E^fyEB NEW: STEAM '. ... .~.\-' NAVIGATION COMPANY. ! ST,tj1»r TO S Y.DNE. r. Tha CITY OF NEWCASTLE, OaptaiflSDHMMBPtlX, ??? ? :TDESaAiJf'.and.KHIDAY momisg». ? ???? ? The PATEBSON, Captain: Budd, WEDNESDAY ?- . , and SATURDAY,, mornings. .'. . ,-.- . ? . . GEOKGB TOLLY 4 CO., Ag«nt. . -. Special Notice. ?AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION .' ; . .-; COMPANY. mHERE WILL. ; BE .; NO STEAMER JL ', ; '. TO SYDNEY,; on FRIDAY EVENING NEXT;24lh May. ;.i!iM-- - . W. K. LOCHHEAD, Agent. yewoMgt?iMthM«y,I8g,;v -?;? ? ? 888 :-??. For San Franeiaco. nPHE FIRST-CLASS CLIPPER SHIP X. AUSTRALIAN , 1.400 Ton?, . CAPTAIN LEIGH, will bo dispatched on or about the 28th May. Hu splondid accommodation for all classes of passengers. Far rates of ptmsnge, and all information, apply to JOSEPH WARD & CO.; Agents, 851 ? ? '' Bolton-street, Newcastle. ? CAUTION. AL B E R T H 0 L M E S, Master of tho American Barque SOLOMON, will not be Responsible for Debts contracted by any of his Crow. -.,-??...

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COMMERCIAL. ELLIS AND BUTLER'S PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

COMMERCIAL. ELLIS AND BUTLER'S PRODUCE , RE lT ??' ' PORT. ???-. ! Bacon, tf R-., 9}d. ' ... ?? Butter (roll), V tb., 7a..to la. 4d. Ditto (keg), t- ft., 8d. to la. 3d. , ? Bran, ^bushel, Is. ... Cheese, colonial, tf lb., 4^d.toSjd. Calves, each, 7s. to £1 13s. 6d; ?? Cowb, milch, each',- £7 10s. to £10 ' ' ' Ducks, ^ pair, 4s. 3d. ? ? .- Eggs, 1? dozen, Is. 5d. to 2s. - * '? . . Fowls, tf'pair, 2?.,to4s. 3d. ? ., . . -. Flour, ^ ton, £10 to £12. ??' Geese, t- pair: 7a. to 8s. . . ' .. * Hay, oaten, *- owl., '3s. 3d. to 4b. 9d. ?:??? Ditto,- lucerne, tf cwf,- 2s. to 3s.- '??' ' ?? ? T I ?? Hides, each,. 4». -3d. to lla.- ? ? ?...-''..» Lard, V ft, 7d. . ..- -.- , .:?-?? ' v' Lambs, each; 6s: «oV to. 12s. . . . .--.-, .:. *k Maize/*? W»hel,2i. to 3s. ' ?'. ? Onions, t» cwt, 0s. 4d. .... ? ;.-;?: Pigs, -/at, bach,. 19s:- to £3 lls) 6d.' .?????':??? -.- ? 1 - Ditto,- sucking, «aoh,i3s. to St. lid. .-? ' : *' Ditto, dead, 0- ft., 3Jd. to 5Jd. . .-? ? -*-? Potatoes, old and new, }f cwt.,...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

CRICKET. A one innings match was played on Friday lost, the 17th of May, at St. John's ground, be tween' eleven of tho Albert, and an equal num ber of the Half-holiday Association Cricket Clubs, which resulted in favour of the former by ssyen runs. Annexed is the score : — HALF-HOLIDAY. D. Miller, b. J. Hoguo. 10 ; G. Harrison, b. Hogue, 0 ;— . Turton, b. W. Burkill, 3; G. H. Buckley, b. W. BurkiU, 2 ; R. Fewins, o. C. Parish, 1 ; T. Robinson, b. W. Burkill, 1 ; P. M'DowoU, b. T. Hogue, 4 j E. Pierce, b. T. Hogue, 0 ; T. Kelly, b. T. Hogue, 0 ; A. Steel, not out, 0 ; G. Morrison, o. Hunter,' 0. Wides, 2 ; Byes, 2. Total, 25. : ALBERTS. - H. HannoU, b. Harrison, 4 ; J. Dolby, b. Harrison, - 0 ; J. Hogue, o. Buokloy, 0 ; T. Hogue, b. Harrison; 14 ; T. Niold, b. Harrison, I j O. Parish, b. Harrison, 0 ; W. - Burkill, b. Robinson, 7 ; R. R. Hudson, b. Harrison, 0 ; J. T. Hollinshoad, b. Harrison, 0 ; A. Hunter, b. Har rison, 0;N. M'Donald, hot out, 1. Byes, 1: Log-byes, 3jWidcB, 1. Tota...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

Bolloaay's Ointment and Pills. — Tho Knife Superse -=» od. — All afflicted with ulcers, diseases of the bones, and informations of tho jointB, should read this tostmonial to tho ourative powers of these healing and purifying ? -remedies.. Mr. John Allon, 17, Denmark-street, Lei oester, suffered severely from a bad foot for three yean, during which long poriod he waa under surgical treat ment without any perceptible benefit. He resolutely ' objeoted to amputation, which seomod the only course open, till he providontikUy tried HoUoway'B remedies. These gave him great relief, and at last completely curod.him. Spots, blemishes, sores, and skin disorders, rising from impoverished blood, or a reckless course of life, may be removed by the judicious use of HoUoway's Ointment and Pills. ? ? ? ?' ' Inoenioits Reply. — ' Why do you, oontinuo . to ^retail spirituous liquor?'— 'If I did not sell, . ? these drinking follows would not come to my ?hop, and 1 'should have no chance to give them got...

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RURAL INNOCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

HT7JRAL INNOCENCES (From tte Spectator^ March' 23./ About bfty years ago, priees'for corn being very high, the landowners of the districts of Lincolnshire, near Louth, began, enclosing the Fen on a great Bcate. Cottages not paying, they did not build many, and the farmers gradually collected bands of children of both sexes, and set them to work under an over seer. The system was found profitable, par ticularly to owners of close parishes, who were thus enabled to pull down cottages and so completely abolish poor-rates, and it gradually spread* over other parts of the country,' and - then into parts of Huntingdonshire, Cam bridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Notting hamshire, till it became a regular trade. Men out of work, or without characters, or normal by instinct, went about from village 'to village hiring children at so much a week, and theu reletting them out to the farmers at an ad vanced but itill moderate rate, till, at the pre sent time, it is believed that upwards of three...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

FEAgD, ON THJJ 27th JUNE, 1866. MOTEBWALLAH, a Printer, waa convicted at the Supreme Court, Calcutta, ot coantOTfeKiinr the LABLES of Mesra. CROSs£ & BLACKWECL, London, and was sentence*! by Mr. Joitico Phcar, to Two Yea us Riqobous Imprisonment; and on tho 30th of the Bams month, for SELLING SPURIOUS ARTICLES, henuing Lables in imitation of Maun. CB.OSSE and BLACKWELL'S, 8uUik Baouoo was sentenced, by the Suburban Magistrate at - Sealdah, to Two Ykaxs Bioobous Imprisonment. C A U T I ON. Any ono Sellino Bpvrious Oilmen's Stokes, under CIJOSSE i BLACKWELL'S name, wiB be liable to the same punishment, and will be vigorously prosecuted. Purchasers are recommended to examine all goods carefully before taking delirtry of them. The GENUINE Manufactures of Messrs. Crosse and Blackwell may be hod from EVERT RESPECTABLE DEALER in Australia. 821* LEA A N D P E R R I N S' . CKLKBXATEO WOBCESTEJtSHlBE 8ATJOE, DECLARED BY CONNOISSEURS THE ON1T GOOD SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. - The su...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 18,1856. Before H.Scott,Esq.,P.M. Charge of Obtaining Money by False Pretences. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.   SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Charge of Obtaining Money by False Pretences. George Henry Cox, was brought before the court, on warrant, on a charge of obtaining money by false pre- tences (by a valueless cheque) from one James Madden, Sydney, on the 30th of April last. The prisoner was apprehended on a warrant received from Sydney, to which place he was accordingly forwarded to be dealt with. He was allowed bail, himself in £40, and two sureties in £20 each.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

DEATH,       THEOBALD. — On the 12th March last, at Chelmsford, Essex, England, aged seventy-five years, Mrs. ELI- ZABETH THEOBALD, the beloved Mother of Mr. R.   B. Theobald, M.C.P., of this city. 826   The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1867.

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