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Disorderly Conduct in a Public-house. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

Disorderly Conduct in a Public-house. I rJohn Gibbons, linker, was churged with being drunk and disorderly in the Commercial Hotel on the 4th instant. He was' found guilty and sentenced to pay a line of 40s., to bo recovered by distress. , ?

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

l ,« tirjs&i-- MAi.T.LAitir. ! ^K'.bv:»'- '?''?' '.'JVo*» M«ir«w«rjK, - .?. f . ! ..- ^?nSnZoti durinf th* day were not, of oou «e, so h ' todJarous la» at pigSV^ut from ii&tiine thi lampa ? war* ugnua wu we, closing nour ue nau wai pretty s^,mA,wii and **icaneoftheoonimitt»ejto iupose .d iUwtambt the «fa*oid tiokeU, hit upon the devioa' -;?'' .*! irfUagthem,? abnw exdtment was' added to the '?''*a^ Measure of lookfnar at the artidea disDUmaV' %i£i 'Wjm* * 'gM»i-#W tioketiwar? thui dsposed ♦*' 3T«M«»»«m tafcMatth* door on Satunlay^nd bjLluaiday viUgofsi«»;oov*r theexpenaMol adver. , ,p: '.aWw. #c.,JJK-,that1-hijMt profit* to bo divided by ^«)»5*W^ wittbeTargerUanit otherwia* woiilj _ l»y* been.' .'Considered a* a monetary venture, the aoauaittoo are very. well satisfied aoiarwith their ?aeo*ii,%nd thonghwe praUaM-*Wetholderj will iai i ? Boiaein*tanoe*;bediMpno^nted by not winning what ' theyhadsettheirbeitrto on.yet we think, generally «.r ,sp*j*king, ^esttbliohave ...

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COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

' ... -;' ?'';' '\' %P A1 L . . ;. ? : ':-' : i The exports, besides what has been shipped, of which no return is. made till the vessels have completed their cargoes, are 16,783 tons ooal, of which 253fr tons are for Sydney, S753 for Melbourne. -2876 for South Australia, 2373 for N«w Zea land, 648 for Hobart Town, I3C5 for; Shanghai, ,965 for San Francisco,- 1070 for Mauritiu*, 750 f or Batavia;/md 453 for steamers and home' consumption. ?''_' ' . '.'.-..-''? : EXPORT OP Co All from the Companies' Official Returns, ?for. the Weekending :7th Feb., -1868;— j Port Shipped to. '.'^r' '' | ;.TJ H..j| ; .?= § go ? ? ?;_.'???. ? '^ :'«?; ™'r& ','3' %.'?&?'':? Sydney „..'.... ? .; ..'iM-TiS..'. 88S'^te7-^iS ~668 ~T. ftlelbourne ...:. ? 2005 ..'..;.' 305 286 *1866 281 '..;... Adelaide..?*.... {..... .::..'.. ? : ? x 197.. 290 ...I.. :.....' WallarooV...:-...-,i;.\ ...... 525 .v;;.: .'..'?.'.1 1363 501 ? Wellington ? -.;,.;A ? ? ? f: ;..'.:.' ...'.;. 380 Otago ? a-^U63 ? ,596 ...

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Stealing a Teapot. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

StenUivi a Teapot. Kosmos Anderson, alias Nortonson, was brought before the court iu custody, charged with stealing one teapot of the value of ;!s. Oil., the 'property of one Eliza VVclhain, on - the 4th instant ? -' Constable Wood said': About eight o'clock on Tuesday night, he was standing opposite 'Mrs. Weluum'a shop in Hunter-street. The' urUuner was an tliA fnntnath' ami ha (witness) was about the centre of the roadway. Witness saw the prisoner go up to' tho window of the uhop, outside, where thero was some delf and crockery placed on a ledge of tht) window. He looked at the goods for about a couplo of seconds, and then picked up thu teapot produced, and walked ivway quickly past Hiokinbotlmnl's butohor's shop.. Witness ran lifter him anil asked him who gave him leave to take the tea-pot. Witness then took him into Mrs. Welham's si) up and uxked Miss W'ollmin if she had given the prisoner authority to toko the teapot. Shu said she had nut. Witness then took the prisoner to the ...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

... .iWALLSENW;?* u_BajfiJjrajntjrithont oeaaaiionu. JfaaaUjr« the 27th ?^nWnw, being » general holiday, nothing qf,,any oonaetyuaea, being a»tir to attrMt public attention, i. «xoept * cricket match, the weather being very un favourable for such ?ports, preventing the admirer* ex lauiaeu-iaTiBonMiiK'BBuia iiuiu b«m»«uuk.- - t Oddfellow's Ball which cam* «|f on J^onday fc was very thinly attended. ' ' Rev.; Mr. Spicer Wood was naade* Druid at li meeting of the, lodge. .^Thui gentleman's Uty'asd aittoerity, together, with'the kind in tarest which he never fails to show, among the 'sick ari4 ^'g of hia flock; has gairied 'for him k oonsi ' datable amount of respect and attachment, for the „. /-/aha-t time he has been with us: ' He1 therefore can , not fail to 'be a welcome addition to. the Ancient Order of Druida. /' - ; Siukxa.-r On Thursday, last Mrs. Millwood, who is residing near the Wallaend Company's B., Pit, narrojrlycscaped being bitten by Oneof these reptiles, . .-'? It appea...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY—Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

L A t E'ST TMTE t L I 0 EN fi E. THBOrjdH (JBBVILLE'a TELEGRAM flOlrfANy.' . '? '. ? ' SYDNEY1— Thundav Afternoon. The Citizen's BalTVaa a brilliant affair. H.R.H. Prince Alfred, Lord Nowry, his Excellency the Earl of Belmore and Counteaa, aorao members of tho Ministry, the aldermen, and many other influehtial colonuta were ^protont, tne total number being esti mated &t three thonsancL .'-',. U.R.H. is to leave this colony finally, for Eng land, by-way 'of Noty Zealand, 'on- the 8th March. . .A deputation, consisting nf the Hon.JT. A. Murray, Mr. Frederick Lee, and the Rev. Mr. Humphreys, presented to his Excellency the Governor, this morn ing,'pBtiti6na, bearing about a thousand signatures, praying that tJio capital sentence passed on the youth w|{liam Brookman, at the late ttoniliquin Assizes, fti1 bnshranginR, may not be carried into effect. 'A'neat trdwol and mallet, with a auitablo inscrip tion, to be? used .by. tho Hon. Mr. Parkea at tile lay ing of the foundation-ston...

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Wednesday, February 5th. 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Corlette, Esq., J.P. Assaulting a Railway Officer. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

Wednesday. February 5th. 18(58. Boforo H. Soott, Esq., P.M., and JyCorlette, Esq., J.P. Assaulting a RailwayfOfficer. James Darcey, labourer, pleaded guilty to having assaul ted ono James Barraok, a railway porter at Newcastle,' when in the execution of his duty,- on the 4th instant Ho was sentenced to bo imprisoned in Maitland gaol for two mouths. A charge of drunkenness against the same party was not entered into. . — — —

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THE ROYAL VISIT TO THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

THE ROYAL VISIT ib THE I COLONIES.. The. reception which hi^.vRoyal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh has met with as far as has gone cannot fail to ? attract attention in Europe;' as the royal visit will itself, ;itn ,.all prgbabiuty produce some practical .? effeof upon th& mturn character and career of the \vfaofe croup of Aue'.o Auptralian'colonies. The joyous welcojue io the Prinee thus far is no more thun a' sample of what is in store for him in all the dependencies of the British Empire whictthsfliay honour with his pre sence. Perhaps in mmmof tho colonies will the demonstrations of officjajrand popular loyalty sur pass in completenessjrfTina^nificence thespectacle presented to the Hnnce by the cities and the citizens of Victoria and iNew South Wales. But there will be found in each of 'these the 'same conspicuous element of devotion to the throoe and person of his illustrious mother, and the sape univeiWlancI itferadicable' attachment to British connection, the same pri...

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Hawker's Licence. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

jffamker's Licence. Jim'-Saaon applied to the bench for a hawker's district license. The application was grante'd. j

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

GENERAL NEWS. 1 The Magnitude and Power of London. — The magnitude and power of the metropolis ace out of ail proportion to the existing organisations that regulnta expressions of publio feeling and opinion, and that control the administration of local affairs. It is fre quently said in respect of a near neighbour, that 'aria is France ; and it daily beaomes more and more true that London is England, though we hope the day is far distant when London ahull resemble Paris in its influence over the life of a great nation. It is desirable that the people of a country should be the source of its power, and the agencies of its thought ; not that any one of its cities, or, indeed, any city or cities at all, should exercise a greater influence than is fairly due to intelliguncS, morality, and wealth. As a matter of fact, however,' London,' in ,a-;great measure, determines political opinion, regulates taste and fashion, gives direction to national thought, and is at once the head and heart o...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. MR. FLEMING'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. '.-'? MB FLEMING'S MEETING. .???' ? *'F ? iJir. i-eter neming, one ot the. candidates lor Iqneysuckle Ward, ^addressed some .^tliicty_;,or. forty of the ratepayers, at* the Co-operative store, Blane^street, on Wednesday evening last. The meeting -was advertised to commence at eight o'clock, butowing to the paucity of attendance at iat hour it was some thirhv-Kvp minutpd n.iah the time when the proceedings .were initiated.. Mr. James Roclgers moved tlmt Mr. Richard Hall- take the chair. . .' v ' -.'-The motion was duly seconded and carried by acclamation; . but Mr. Hall declined the' honor sought to be thrust upon him. He proposed that Mr. James Rodgers preside over the meeting. The motion having been seconded and carried, ?Mr.- Rodgers took the chair. , ?'. ' , The Chairman in. opening the proceedings, said he *was sony to see the meeting go a-begging for a'chairmau, but he thought they liadmadea mis take in putting him into that position. ' Having read the ...

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Stealing the sum of £2 3s. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

Stealinothetumof£2 3». - ? ' ? ?- - ' Jami's Mom, labourer, was charged wjth breaking open ii bo», and stealing the' sum of about £2 3s. Gd., the property of bn« James Prattoa, at Wallsendbn the 2nd instant. ' . Cooit&blc Leonanl said from inforinut^aii he received ha 'Went in comuany with Mr. James Pmtten. to Cookie Crock in search, of the prisoner. .Ho fp^ind him in an .unpty hut. He stated the charge to him, and in reply the prisoner said, 'lam not guilty, I know nothing about it.' Mr. Pratten'then left witness and the prisoner in the . hut, myinghe was going to look after the horses. ' Tho' prisoner wfn jiaid ' Pruttea followed me this morning and trieel to BJunoo mo about this money.' Witness toll tho prisoner pott of the, money had been found, and told, him not- to -. *nuke any stutement, giving him the usual cautioii. Prdttou returned to the hut in a short time with another man 1 named Morgun.' Witness procured a candle dud searched tho prisoner. Witness found on him ...

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THE SURVIVORS FROM THE SHIP GENNRAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

« THE SURVIVORS PROM THE SHIP , ? GKNNRAIr GRANT, . ' The Argxu of Thursday contains the following : —The sad story which tbe last castaways of the Auckland Islands have brought is, we find, rendered all the sadder by the hard circumstances of their present case. On Tuesday last Mr. Teer, one of the survivors of the General Grant, waited on the Chief Secretary, with a letter from his Honor John R. Tayloar, Superintendent 'of South land, recommending him as an old New Zealand settler, lately, a pilot in . the Southland' service, and therefore particularly capable of giving «U in formation connected with the precautions taken and suggested by the New -Zealand Government against similar disasters in the future. The docu ment also served as Mr. Teer's credentials, in re presenting the ? poor case of the unfortunate survivors of the wrecked General Grant, now in Victoria, and not only completely destitute' in their pecuniary circumstances, but suffering from a peculiar physical complaint...

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PRESENTATION OF A BIBLE AND CASKET TO PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

PRESENTATION OF A BIBfiB AND .OASKBT TO PEWOB ALFRED. AWfigtd from iMEcrvXd. , ' The demonstration which todfc place yesterday in the Domain waa{' most gratifying1 and intereat ing.' Such a Bcen^ has never before beeir witnessed in New South Wales, and it furnishes an histori cal chapter whijl will occupy a prominent place in the records or the vicissitudes and triumphs of the book whicli.waa written by the inspiration of iGod. , , .; . ui, ,? . ;i i: ?-,??- f ?;?? , We recently-ritfticed the presentation, under circumstances 'somewhat unpropitious, of a copy of the Holy Scriptures to his Royal Highness the Duke of Edihbnrgh by the children of the Church of England Sun'day-schoolB, where denominational action was preferred. ' Yesterday, under ft light Australian sky, the teachers and children! of the other Protestant denominations (with whom, how ever oneof the Protestant Episcopal schools joined) presented a copy, of the same old sacred bo^k, in a more portable shape, and in the pr...

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BOBBERY OF SILKS.—BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

. BOBBERY OB1 SILKS.—BURGLABX When the establishment of Messrs. Oj Chisholin and Co. was opened yesterday morning, it was soon discovered .the place had been feloniously entered and robbed by persons well acquainted with the premises' and the stock. The thieves had directed their attention cmeny to' toe most valuable goods, and had carried off seven or eight hundred pounds worth of choice silks. They had also taken, a quantity of shawls which were hanging in the showroom of the ladies' department In the counting-house .they bad wrenched open' an iron fire-proof safe by means of a strong lever. They had broken open two cash' boxes and appropriated money amounting to a considerable sum. The heaviest box they had oarried away with them, but that' has, no; doubt, been a source of disappointment, for it contained only.policies of insurance and other unconvertible documents.. Finally the thieves visited thi men's clothing department, where it would seem they fit ted themselves out The goo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. FEB. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

I SHIPPING INTfLLlGracl *V !POltT .OFITEWCASTLE. '' '' * '' *''?' -?''-'' ^ARRIVALS;' '*. ' ??'' ' r '''' . . Feb. 4. * ' tivten Janei bq.yl80, Crone, from Timaru, 22nd tUt, with 166 tags bran, 82 bags nharpa, and 1000 «ack» of wheat. O. 'JfWater, agent ' ' ' -\' «? ; ' '-. ' '' ? '? ' ? ' '? . . Fbb. 5. ? Ton T«ngi (n.), 474, Claris from . Melbourne rid Sydney, -W&wle- OrM/^Mh., 136, Grenfell, from Dunediri, 10th '' al»;' C.F. StokSadd Co., agpnti. ? ? ' ' v Bengal, bq., 479,'Vwaion, from Dunodin, 25th ult. W. '?? Kleanor,'bqf,D4n, Bitchie, from Dunodin, 27th ult ^H. ? Balclutha (???!), 272, Hill, fromEookhampton, for Sydney, abort of fuel.' W. K. Loohhead, agent ' * - Bellaviate, bq.,\166, Henderson, from Sydney. I B. B,. *;W»Uaiie, agont. \.-^ ? ? TUBPiOTTTRFB . ?' ? Feb. 6. - Yoa Yangi (?.*.), 474, Clark, for Melbourne via Sydney, .with BOO toMooaL W. H. Whyte, agent. ' * '? . -B«lcIatha(.J.),forSydn«y. W. K. Loohhead, agent. Fjkb. 7. ? ? Wave, brig, ISC, Oiaon, for Melb...

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THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE THAMES.—RACE BETWEEN KELLEY AND SADLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

IBtE i'fflfBSf AHNED TsSd^|-PACE KVmn the nantlem Tetetiravh. These great rivals mot on Nov. 37, to contend for £300 aside and the proud distinction of Champion of the Thames; but the race was undecided, owing to a fouL The weather was very fine, and attracted a. large.number of spectators to Putney, among whom were noticeable, B. Chambers., ex champion, ami J. Percy, of Newcastle, Harry Lang, B»rratt . anil Auuey, oi jnancuuawir, »uuic «* **»« u%M^ - A_i i V country oarsmen, and many gentleniou from. Oxford and Cambridge, Mr. GriOthL stroke of the Cambrfdfe boat, Mr. Tottenham, the Oxfirdf coxswain, nnd.Mr. G. B^MiteheU, of Oxfiira, ^hampionittemtleman sculler,' No fewer than ten steamers accomiwnWd fco race, and thanks to a recent eni ' actmeht of our LegUlatirej 30th Viot., cap. 101, by which m'astera of gtenmers uegleoting to obey, the instructions given by-tthe Commissioners of Police upon tho occasion of regattas,, bottrace*, public processions, Bhip launches, or any, other oc...

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LOSS OF THE S. S. TASMANIAN MAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

.. 1O33. OP THE S. a .TASMANIAN.MAID. V. . . From the Wat Coatt Tima, Jan. 27. /, ?; . Captain Soutcr, late of the Tasmaman.Maid,.was one of ''the'pasBon'gors'.who arrived in the Wallaby on Saturday . tttorningj. *nd, from him we have obtained the follow.' ' ing ddtaua-'reldtivo to the loss' of tho.tfbove unforttrnato . ateamer, tvhoae enreor oame to so untimely ft olose off Tar anAU.' She1 was then on her way to this port, deeply loaded ?withproduoo— -hieflynotatoca — shipped at Manukau, which pcr£*he left on the 15th itut., in tho testh.of a strong sou ' -WBater.' '' Thl* retarded her progress, and at the same ^imo insreasod tho consumption -of fuel, som. there wa* no sign of 4hq .breezo moderating whan, she br^utod Taranaki next ?jnorniiig, sho was run in for shelter, and to husband her * DUpbly^ of ?'ooaL Found the steamer Qtermbird at anphpr ' end ran round tux- stem,- inttDdinff'io' bring ?up'inrildo/bnt . 4hp water ahoallng very rapidly, she beaded out (gain, and '1st 'fo hex...

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THE ELECTIONS ON TUESDAY NEXT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

T3E ELECTIQIfa ON .TUESDAY NEXT. ... Totk* Editor. of tht.NewcastU Chronicle, :. . S^— I think I am iusfifiad in saying that th.e oiiis^ni of Newcastle have nude op thoir nu'nds. that -ono of the oue*. tjqni forced w»o,wi«: ct-nt«t ohatt bedeoidod in a|ratu-nal way; that is, if t^e cjty fo t«i-« lighted with g«a through th» action of th.e new Couhoil.it sh.nl|bpdQne aa in Qtlw plHce», acoqrding to the price and quality of th« «r«olo, ^nd ahull not b,o forced or, )p cp.m.mercial phrftsp, talttd hy maaoji of a conspiracy. At a]( avents I hone this is tho dooliiou the electors have come to. In order that gas may not be folitod Upon . tbom nolens voltns, let thorn vote for Messrs.. Chap muii, Boltou, and Sparko. and not (or, the Mayor'* candidates Meain, Cohon, Holt, and riemiug,— I remain, sir,- yours Me. ' GAS AT &. J aiOE1 ' ''I ? ?

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Charge of Detaining an Advance Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868

. Oharat of Dttainiriy an Advance Note. '? ' ., Jobn Mabyn, shopman, appealed on summons to answer the charge of unlawfully detaining an advance note, v:3ue, .?-2 6«., the property-of one Henry Butt, after due notice. It appeared from the evidence, that ia law, tho advance note was not in tho posseaion of the defendant but of another person named A. W. Walker. ? On this ground the case wat dismissed. ' ?

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