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NEWCASTLE INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

NEWCASTLE INVESTME^I? AND : ?nTTTT.nTNO SOCIETY. I The annual meeting of the Aove Society waa fceld inthe Court-honae, on Wednesday evening but, tlieXJliainnan of the ?oard of Directors (Mr. I 3. B--WiBtiiip) occupying the chair. In conse-; j quenoe-of the heavy rain which came down inces-' I ?antly the whole evening, the attendance of share 1 holdert was-vSiy small, not more than twelve or 1 .fifteen taing present. . . . I Th« Chairman opened the meeting by calling I «£?#&&« Secretary to read from the Chronicle the I advertisement convening the same. .' That haying I-- fceenjjone, Mr. Thurlow reaa t»e louowmg repuri, I «nd balance #heet : — . , . . I A*HnAL'B»ORT OF THI N*WCA8TUC INVMTMUJT MSB I 1 i ? BniLDina Society, fob 1863r ._,-.,! At the termination of flieThird ye«r of. the societ/swiji I ttnoe,'ydur directors hav«ftne pleasmt of submittuKjs, Balance Sheet anoVBftiort of iU affairs, whwV u highly ?ratifying, tq Aemselves , inasmuch as tbtyfeel that itwJl tt a...

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FRIDAY. JAN. 31. 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1868. There was only one case on the sheet at the police-court yesterday, and that was not called on, owing to the absence of a second magistrate. The case will be heard on Wednes- day next.        

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 February 1868

MARRIAGE. GIBSON — BEAR. — Nov. 9, 1867, at the residence of the bride's father, Bruce-street, Newcastle, by license, by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. G. H. W. GIBSON, of Honeysuckle Point, to MARY ANN, eldest daughter of Mr. W. BEAR. Cornwall papers please copy. TO CORRESPONDENTS.   ROBERT FORRESTER. — Your note will appear in our next The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1868.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

FRAUD . ON THE 2'th JUNE, 1866, MOTEEWALLAH, a Printer, was convictid ,.t the Supreme Court, Calcutta, of counterfeiting- 1 he LABLKS of Messrs. CHOSSE & BLACKWELL- ' London, and Vaa sentenced by 3Ir. Justice Pheax,' to TwJne/tys Rigorous Imprisonment; - and on thj/3ffh of the sainte month, for SELLING SVUR10DB -1RTICLES, bJaring Lables in imitation of MessraJ C1OSSE and RUtfCKWELL'S. Skuik Bachoo «?« sentence^/ b\j UHouburban Magistrate at Sealdah, ti Two Y^ATts ffliaafiovs Imprisonment. C «-Tt/T ION. Any ona /Jelujo Spurious Oilmen's Stores under CROBSHjivPLACKWliLL'S name, will be liable to thJ iyijo punishment, and will bo vigorously prosecuted.! rufohasers are recommended to examine all goods larefjlly before taking delivery of them. The GENDINH Manufactures of Messrs. Crosse and Blackwell may Be had from EVEBT RESPECTABLE DEALER in Australia. 821 HEALTH EOR THE INVALID. BY HOIXOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite — Loss of Strength —Lots of Health. — The marvellous efect of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

FR E N C H ' M E D 1 C I N E S PBEFARED BY ,G R I M A. TJ L T A N D CO., Chemists to H. I.H. Prince Napoleon, Paris. Theso different medicines represent tho most recent merti cnl discoveries, founded on the principles of chemistry and therapeutics. They must not bo confounded with secret or quack medicines, ns their names sufficiently indicate their composition, a circumstance which has caused them to be appreciated and prescribed by the fuoulty in the wholt world. They widely differ from those numerous medioineB advertised in the public papem ns able to cure every jjos sible disenso, as they are applicable only to but a very few complaints. The most stringent laws exist in Franco with regard to the sale of medical preparations, and only those which have undergone an exnmimition by the Academy of Medicine, aud have been proved efficacious, either in the hospitals, or in the pmotice of tho first medical men. era authorised by the Government. This fact must be a gua rantee for the exc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

The Clermont Escort Mobder. — We (Rod- j hampton Billletin) have boon put in possession of I some facts, from a reliable quarter which throw some light on Griflia's career in Victoria. Those facts have been communicated by the Victorian Government to the police authorities hure, and are doubtless au hentic. Griffin, it appeares, some time after his arrival in Melbourne, took the fancy of a widow lady named Crosby, and after a Bkort wooing was married to her. There was a aon by the first mar riage not much younger than his newly acquirud father-in-law. After a short time separation took placo, Griffiu making tracks for the newly discovered El Dorado — Queensland — in quest of fortune and another widow. Tho kind soul, before hia depar ture, anarea witn mm £7uu or £aui), her whole por ton of earthly goods, and gavo him half like a silly woman as she was. About three years ago Griffin got leave of absenco, and went to Melbourne, where, we believe, under legal pressure, he agreed to pay ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

THE VISIT OP THE DUKE OF EDIN . . BURGH TO VICTORIA. The following appeared in an extraordinary number of the Victorian Gazette : — The Governor has received permission from his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh to publish for general information, and he feels sin cere gratification in directing the publication of, the following extract from a letter addressed to him by his Royal Highness. H. 0. Mannebsi Sutxo'n, . : Private Secretary. Extract of letter from his Royal Highness the Dukeof Edinburgh to his Excellency the Hon.' Sir J.' H. T. Manners Sutton. I will now ask you to express to the members of the Government and the Legisla ture, and to the gentlemen of the Reception Cora mission, my warmest thanks for their unwearied efforts to entertain me to the best of their power, to carry out the wishes of the people that I should visit the most important portions of the colony, and for their evident desire that I should carry away a pleasant recollection of my visit to Vic tori*.- ...

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PLUCKY CONDUCT OF H. R. H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. ELEPHANT SHOOTING AT THE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

PLUCKY CONDUCT OF H. R. IL THE ?nTTKR IIP ?RDINBURQU. ELEPHANT SHOOTING XI THE CAPE. A correspondent wilting to the Ttmea.-ftoia.'\ the Cupe, gives an account of two days elephant « shooting enjoyed by the Duke of Edinburgh, m the Knysna division of the colony. .On. the 10th of September information was given by the scouts that an old bull elephant, which the Duke had a fancy to shoot, had been seen in the forest, and that day was occupied in reaching; the spot indi cated by the reports : — At Buffels Nek, the wag gons haring'come up, the camp was pitched, and 'iall_went merry as a mairiage bell;' but unfor tunatelv. about nine o'clock. at night, it began to rain heavily, accompanied with a strong wind. All who were under canvas made it out pretty well, but those who had to rough it, with mother earth for a bed, and little beside the canopy of heaven for a blanket, had a hard time of it Some crept under the waggons in the hope of finding that shelter which they sought in vain, whilj...

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COLONIAL WINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

COLONIAL %INE. There is no reason why the wines of the Austra lian colonies should' 'not equal the produce of many of 'the best wine-growing countries. The climate, is peculiarly suited1 to the development of grape-vines, the soil in most parts is equally favourable, and there are few natural obstacles in the road of the planter. Bui nature having done her part so well, it. behoves the vigneron to fulfil his share with assiduity and p|tience, for a little foolhardiness or .clumsiness will often mar the noble scheme of a bounteous providence. When a person in this country has set his mind upon becoming a wine-grower, he has not merely the land to fix upon and purchase, but if he be wise he studies the theory of ' vine-growing and the nrnnripjil Aynnn'pnnA nf nMinrn iwfnnA tin antora upon his new speculation. Now-a-days, thanks to the progress hand in hand of all the sciences, we tjave books in plenty bearing upon the culti vation of the vine,' and discussing the topic from every poss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

THE LATE VOLUNTEER* REVIEW. H,R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh has expressed his pleasure at the appearance and conduct of the Volunteer Forces in the following terms through a garrison order, a copy of which we have been favoured with by Sergeant Myers : — Volunteer Brigade Office. . Sydney, Jan. 29, 1868.. I BRIGADE ORDER. - The effloer commanding Volunteers has extreme pleasure in publishing, tor the information of tbe Volunteers of the colony, the following Garrison Order : — Garrison Office, . . Sydney, Jan. 25, 186a GABBISON OBDEB. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh is desirous of expressing to the Troops and Volunteers who were reviewed yesterday, the great gratification which he derived from the whole of the proceedings. Nothing could be rriore credit able than- the soldier-like arfoaranoe and conduot of the whole of the forces assembled, and the mode in which the evolutions were, performed. jS (Signed) R. Wabdt, CoL Commanding Troops. By command, 4o., Thoius Bathes, C'apt.,...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

* 'MUNICIPAL ELEfiTTON'. wvMrw'ATTn'v np Ai.rajnjrew Yesterday being the day of nomination for publicly declaring the names of candidates proposed to fill the vacancies occasioned bv.the rotiromentpf three alder mea in the Ne\vcasatle Municipal Council, a public meeting of the ratepayers was held \a the Court house, at nooi, for the purpose of hearing the nomi nations read 'by the 'Mayor, who' is also'Re'turhirig Offlcer. There were about one hundred and fifty ratepayers and .citizens in attendance, and the prot ceedings appeared to be regarded (with considerable interest.' At a few minutes past twelve o'clock, the Return ingiOfficer took his neat on tho Magistrate's Bench, land, opened the business by reading the advertise ment convening the meeting, and likewise the clauses 01 ?no acc unaer which me proceedings were con ducted. He then went on to reioTthe various nomi nations which had been handed in to him, taking first the City Ward. For this Ward the names of Samuel. Chapman 'a...

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RECEPTION OF PRINCE ALFRED ON HIS VISIT TO THE HUNTER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

ML fifeGEPTIOJST OF PRINCE ALFRED ON || BIS VISIT TO THE HUNTEK EIVEB. n From the MaitUtnd Mercury. ? - . Jll A public meeting of gentlemen, for discussing lie arrangement* to be made for the suitable re: j![ption and entertainment of H.R.H. the Duke jil Edinburgh, on his ptpposed visit to the district, jjka held at the iOljpnpic Theatre at four p.m., jjwterday. There was a good attendance, includ jjjijg most of the gentlemen of influence in Mait S];tod and its' suburbs, and many other influential 11 tutlemen ot other localities. || I The Mayor of West Maitland (John Lee, Esq.}. U tcupied the chair, and read the requisition and ?Ivertiseinent convening the meeting. He ex ?Lined that it was' not quite clear how long the Iffayof HJLH. in the district would be extended; ||bntlemen who .were' that afternoon to address - ikem would probably clear up that point, but the ? jbly official intimation he himself had received sated that the Prince would make a visit of one ' jay only. If he sho...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST HOME AND COLONIAL MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

PRIMITIVE METHODIST HOME Atfn ... : COLONIAL MiSSlbNS. ' '' ' A series of special services in aid of 'the above Mil. Bions were commenced in Newcastle on Sunday last on which day special sermons were preached by tbj I Rev. J. H. Dash and tho Rev.E. C.P.ritchard, in th* 1 King-street Church. Thacbn{h:egations were good.' and 'the collections realised A fair amount. On th* follwing eyeiu'ug (Alonday) the first of a number ot 'missionary meetings was held in the same place. The ? meeting having boon opened for devotional exercises, Mr. Richard Hall was voted to the chair 011 the motion of the Rev. Mr. Pritchard. -Th« attendance at the meeting was not very numerous, owing, it was presumed, to several other maatinoa taking place the same evening. . _.?? ?-?_; The Chairman then made a few opening reitfarkt in the course of which he mentioned that he had been' brought up in connection with the Primitive Methodists in Staffordshire, and that on his arrival in Newcastle, seventeen years ago,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

Hoixoway's Ointment. — Ulcerous sore* and sorofuloua eruptions of the worst kind, and for which all sorts of ' established' remedies have been tried in vain, have been thoroughly cured, and in en almoat incredibly short time, by Holla way's Ointment. The common topic applicatons are mere palliatives ; but this unrivalled unguent penetrates the source of the evil, destroys the secret virus, and gets rid of the disease for ever. In ordinary case* the ointment should be briskly rubbed into the part affected, but gently lubricated with it at least twice a day. The most inveterate external diseases will yield, sooner or later, to this ointment. { KEDIGAL \TTANTED, A /B4JLY QUALIFIED \ V MEDICAL PBACTITONER, for Wallsend Colliery. Must be a mem\er of tbeMedical Board of New South Wales. ApplicatioHhraeived till the 14th day of February, by ^ ^^ JffltJES/3TEEL. Chairman, 300 or, THOMAS CROOKS, Secretary. ^S*^«.^ NOTICE. To lIed,ic40S!jti«rQen who are H«mnen ef the Medical Bqar-n»mgw^ South...

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LECTURE ON THE REV. W. KNIBB. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

LECTURE ON THE REV. W. KNIBB.^X On Monday evening last, the Rev. P. L-»efut« Baptist Minister of this city, delivemd'an exceed ingly interesting and eloquent lecture on ' The Rev. William Knibb ims} Emancipation from Slavery.' The leoturewps^fveii in the Court-house, and Jamei Corlette^flsqT, occupied the chair. The audience, though not very numerous, was an appreciative one, _' and from the commencement to the close of his re- . maijjcs (which lasted over an hour and a half) thf' J*jfcurer was listened to with rapt attention, broken only by occasional bursts of applause. / . The Chairman, in a few suitable observation! in troduced the lecturer to the meeting. ' The rev. lecturer, after some preliminary remarks, commenced by referring to the importance of the study of history and biography. Cominjp'eventa, it had been said, cast their shadows befoae them,. and (jhcTpast lef t tracesbehind them. The importance and utility of authentic history was shown from the fact . that the studen...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

INDIA. Further particulars of the recent disastrous cyclone in India have been received. At Cal cutta the loss of life and property was fearful. It is estimated that in that city and neighbour hood alone a thousand persons perished. Thirty thousand huts and habitations were entirely des troyed. At Bombay many houses were demo lished, and the crops in the surrounding country were destroyed, the grounds being swept bare. Great damage' was also done to the shipping. Many 'vessels were sunk, and the loss of propeity is heavy.

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. The February sittings of this court opened on Monday morning, at ten o'clock, before his Honor Mr. District Court Judgo M'Fnrlaml. The following members of the legal profession were in attendance. Hamsters : — Mr. Foster, Mr. Rogers, and Mr. O. E. JR. Murray. Attorneys : — Mcjbm. Wallace, Brown, lleadott, Thompson, O'Keefe, and O'Sleagher. Tho undefended causes, as usual, wore din-. poiad of first. ? JPrazer v. Walmsley. This was an action for slander, the damages being laid at £200. A letter was handed in stating that tho defendant did not receive his Bummons in time. The oiiao was pro ceeded with. ? M'Dicken v. N. Welham. This was an action to recover the sum of £22 8s. 7d., the amount of n promissory note. Defendant did not appear . The plaintiff proved his case, and gained a verdict in his favor for tho amount claimed. . Stephen Clossey v. Edward Ryan. This was au action to recover the sum of £8. .There was 119 appearance of the defendant. Verdict for p...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

MEXICO. The news from Mexico is not very encouraging. Robberies continue to be frequent, and organised sands of brigands are spreading terror all over ;hat unhappy country.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. FEB. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

SHIPPING/INTELLIGENCE. . » ? ;;?:; » PORT 03 -NEWCASTLE: II arrivals. .. ? .; n .. ... fxb.l ? . ?:'. I Blackbird (?*); 831, Sawoll, from Bydney. B. B. VTal I laee, agent. II O»nt«i»jbq.,-287, BUok,-from-Eytttet-ili.~Cttp{i5ri1'asent. j Ketaxia, bq., 244, Bennett, from Sytoey. R.TB. WaHace, . I acsnt . - ' - J XuIU, bq., 520, Ward, from Sydney. O. F. Stokes and Jj Co., agents. .' ? ? ? FEB.-2; ? } Onsen of the Sea», bq., 442, Heed, from Melbourne. B. - S. Wallace, agent. ? ? ' U Jane ,Woodbum, bq., 299, MfDonald, from Melbourne. fjl B.B. -Wallace, agent f - 15 Anne; bq., 277, Stephens, from Melbourne, 28th .nl j Captain* agent ? ? f ' ' ' U SehooodeTloo, Dutch bq., 405, 'V»n Leurven, from Mel ?j bourne, 28th ult. 0. F. Stokes and Co., agents. - H Ware, brig, 195, Oanon, from Melbourne, 29th ult. A, iHogg, agent _ ^ ... '.., . ii\ Naiadon, bq., 238, Wil»on,frdm Adelaide, 22nd alt B.B/ { Wallace, agent. ' ? j Sarah Ann, bq., 409, 'Wills, Jrom Melbourne: . a F. : I Stokes and Co., «ent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 5 February 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIQATIOyspMPANY. S T E A M T Os$Y D 2V E Y. ^/MOEP^^OagUI^ MONDAY and GEORGE TULLY & CO.. Agents. Hunter Eiver New Steam Navigation COMPANY. TO SHIPPERS AND PASSENGERS TO AND FROM THE HUNTEfi. n.otTce. FOR ONE MONTH FROM ?* THE * dite of departure of H.R.H. the Duke of Edin. buroh from Tasmania for this colony, passengers taking return tickets will be oonveyodat Hie following rates :— Newcastle to SybNE^and back :— Saloon ? ( ? -I ? £1 ««? ? Steerage ? \jr' ? ° 1Oli Mobpith, Raymond TEBRAcKnr Clarence Towk, to Stdnky and b*k ;— Saloon ? .-^7- ? *J '£? Steerage. ? ° 18i« Same rates from Sydney. This arrangement, will 'commence on. SATURDAY, 18th instant, GK0BQB TrJLLY & CO., Agents, Newcastle. 10th January, 1868. ? '^f S. S. Great BritVjrr; THIS FAVORITE STEADIER WAS expected to leave Liverpoo^on Ae 14th Deo., and in all probability will be dospSOied from Mel bourne for Liverpool about the 15tb March, 1868. For passage, &c, apply to - ...

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