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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
'\ THE ilDNICIPAL' ELECTIONS. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. y\ ; SIR — I was surprised that the candidates were not ques tioned on Tuesday last respeoting the suspension of the Town Clerk,, which .master must again 09010 on direoUjr the Coun cil meets. . In my opinion no man qught to be elected who 'will not promise to vote for the re-ihstatement of Mr. Bur rowesj As (or aa the inquiry into the charges against Mr. uHiiunv* »» vh*| vuw 1UPJVI VWftlujJF (Uiiuu l/XJ lllVUW UUb H UUttU, or substantiate the cruel charges he had made agninst the Town Clerk ; in fact the evidence of his own witnesses - proved him to have been guilty of the grossest exaggeration, to u«e tho mildest term, .'juroly the olactou will not vota for a uuin who'womlil place Dr. Brookes in the chair ugujn'; but, in my opinion, if they vote for either Mr. Fleniing, Mr. Holt, or.Mr. Cohen, they will most certainly do so. These men say now they are uot going in to vote' for Dr.. Brookes as Mayor, but wait t...
DISTRICT NEWS. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
IT mSN'RMf NEwi. ; ' ? [nuM oc&'ocauaron-aim.i , ''' ''''? tlMBfO JT.''''' '''! r'-^i:V-.- g A.lwftdm vas delivered hew li»t evening by II ChatiM Clef eUnd, Esq. , of Nflircaitle, on KJooatton, It aftd although ih«e -«*? not » lugvindlencethoM 1 . 4W. ten an** wet* ltgklj delighted, fdt the lec | ^tsjnr dipSfied the labjtet fio that it wai eawljr un |'vartit«^tarUl,Mid «how|d $hat ta must have given i| Itireinrof ttady. A mort«u»Uble subject could not If -Jin beim ohoiea for on*, maiden Ieotaie, having a ll -m tendency to increase the taste for reading and pub 11 - vKo ?peaking.. 'The readiugs and recitation* given by [I ' ? the uotarar to fllu«tr»te the iubject were judiciously' II aalncitart not only m being tome of the .beauties of !|| Siak»pere, Bnon, &o., but bocauae they contained | !? jpaeaagee peculiarly, illustrating inflection, emphasw r jjadtune. Hamfeta instructions to the' player* waa | - jMtfeajartjr'dwelt upon. At the clow of the lecture |- s- fofe. of...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
LOCAL ITEMSV jnkwoasim,bi'' Tin* BRiOiDE. — Last evening several of the members of this company ?' met to gecher at the Newcommen-stteet Engine Station, for the purpose of haying their', monthly practice, but. owing.to the paucity of attendance the engines, were not brought out. It was arranged amount tnosepresent that a meeting should be 'convened for Wednesday evening next,' for the purpose of considering the beat means for tho brigade takiw part in the demonstration to be given to his Royal Highness Prince Alfred, on his visit to the Hunter River D strict. ' Mr. olj's Meeting.— Mr. S. Holt, one of the candidates for Macquarie 'Ward, addressed the electors last eveningjat the Miner's Arms Hotel, on the Lake Maprjuarie Road. Mr. Creswick occupied tilQ chilli*. Ttf I* Wnlf in fYta /mtiMa n| n l»«.~xl... address, gave an account of his stewardship when in the Council bafore, and dwelt particularly on the faot that Mr'. Bolton was his great opponent, voting against all motions having ...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Charge of Wilful Disobedience. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.. BIondat, Fkbuuarv 3iu-, 1808. Before H. Scott, Esq.-, P.M; Charae of Wilful Disobedience Baydon Edwards, se&mun, was charged with wilful diso bodienoe of lawful commands on board the buiquc Eliza Sharp, on the 31st January. The prisoner wan discharged ' at the request of the master. ' I ,
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE PRICE OF BREAD. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
lETTERSTO THE EDITOR. THE PRICE OF BiREAD. ? ..To the Editor of the Newcastle Chroiticlc Sir—I have long beea battling with shadows and assassins who, coward-like, are ashamed1 of their name appearing at the bottom of their letters. All I can say is they know their assertions are bosh, nonaen oical, untruthful, &a.. and do not like to be con fronted upon the merits of what, they write. The writer on the price of bread has not made correct calculations as to what this bread can .be worked up fur,, takine into consideration the high state of ? the flour market. Paterfamilias says Bread is 3d. in Sydney. Would hujlike to eat it 1 I know, and this writer knows or ought to know that the price de pends upon the quality. A good article 'cannot be had at the same figure us a common one. ,1 see clearly that working men as u class are selfish,1 their end being chuap food regardless' of whether it can fairly bo givon or not.: I see the' deadly spirit of closa oppression gathering like ...
Drunkenness in the Streets. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
DruMcnness in the Street*.' ' John Arohor, labourer, was fined 20s. or seven days' in gaol,', for being drunk in Market-street; und .Thomas M'GratU, isunan, was fined 10a. or two duys in^lis Ippk^uu fora linular offence. The luttor prisoner was nftorfsMs . sentenced to a month's imprisonniont'in Maithind gaol Cut L '. absenting himsolf from the schooner J*hp on the 2nd int.p* Daniel Cummin was likewise fihoolus. .or three duys U) - the lock-up, for being drunk in Marjtet-streut. - William Francos, baker, liberated on bail,, was ordered to forfeit a doposit of 20«. he had paid to tho look-up koepor. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
Hotio way's Ointment and Piles for Bad L-f°,8'^.No remedy » equal to them.— Mm, Wright of the Daanery House, Penkridge, Staffordabire, «uf £ered for a period of fire years with bad legs; and had the best medical advice without obtaining any relief; at last she was induced to try Holloway'* Ointment ind Pills; and after persoverinfe with them fpr an inconsiderable time, aperfectourewaaeffttoted, and since that two years have elapsed without any return of the complaint, and Mrs. Wright is enjoy ing the very best of health. Thosame wonderfulcurtw after the trials of all other medicines and appliances for years, are constantly narrated to the inventor of these reatorativeagentB, which no wound can resist ? AN ESSAY ON S'JC/Ce TIMES, OR, the MOENINGAiffl^nb1 EVENING on .the,' Sixth' Day;' sold bV ollAbsJMellerB ; pries, Sd. Sun plied wholesale, by ft. 0J[QtW AS, Wost Maitland. ' 236 ???.'? -; Iron1 Tanks. . ' -.,.. '? FOR SALE, 80 iMmi^NKS, JUST landed, ex- AhxaxJbuAom Melbourne, .bow ' ...
MR. FLEMING'S MEETING. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
MR. FLEMING'S MEETING; To the Editor of. tlte. Newcastle C/ironicTe. Sir — Lost night I attended Mr. Fleming's meeting at. the Co-operative Storo, and though on entering the room 1 was favourably disposed towards Air. Fleming, yutl assure you, much as I admire a truly independent man, I was rather taken aback at the indilfurunt manner, in which he so emphatically re minded tho ratepayers that it was not he but tlwy that wero under a great obligation to him for. tho favor ho was doing them .by consenting to stand as n candidate ;. at the same. time remarking that- ho had been in Newcastle for tho last thirty-two years, nnd further that hu had known Mr. Sparke from his boyhood and believed -him to i-e an upright and straightforvrard man. Another speaker at the meet ing remarked that both the candidates were good men only the ghost of connection troubled some fetf persons und operated against Mr. Sparke. Now, Mr. Editor, ihough I am by no means Hannellistic, this objection has no weigh...
TO THE ELECTORS OF HONEYSUCKLE WARD. Per Jarour of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
TO THE ELECTORS OF HONEYSUCKLE WARD.- .. Per favour of Hie Wewcastlt Chronicle. Gentlemen— I bog of you not to allow yourselves to be gulled and hoodwinked by the spurious sophis try of Mr. Peter Fleming as expressed in his address at the Co-operative Store on Wednesday night last. He made a great deal of the fact of his havinit served you for six years before, but he forgot to add that he was then a supporter, .of Mr. Hannell, and the party who worked the Municipality so well during the iirsjj.few yews of its existence.. , What Mr. Flem ing did then may have been all very well because he had Mr. - iannell to guide him, but what Mr, Flem ing will do' when elected under the auspices of the Brookes party is another and widely different mat ter. You may bo sure of one or two things if you elect Mr Fleming. They lire these : — He will be a ntere tool in tho hands of. Dr. Brookes ; he will vote for gus at any price ; and ho will show his spite and enmity against Mr. Hannell by opposing a...
THE GAS COMPANY'S REPORT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
THE GAS COMPANY'S REPORT. To the Editor 6} the Newcastle Chronicle. . .' Sir— As , the Gas Company and its. directors appear so prominently in public fit present, I beg to offer a few remarks on their published report, which appeared in your issue of thfflst instant/ Their re port states that ' Of the quality of the aas manu factured the directors hardly-deem.it necessary to make auy remark, it being admittedly very superior and equal to the illuminating capacity of seventeen standard candles.' As 1 am an intending share holder', I perhaps have a right .to'. ask to be en lightened as;fo the meaning' of tho above. ' I have become accustomed to the gas in'ordinary use by .the exponents of the present Company, and am willing to admit that this sample is not improperly styled ' very superior,' and (slightly altering the above text). 'fully equal to the illuminating capacity of seventeen, or anv other number, of the directors.' Of tho illuminating capacity of the' two gentlemen whose nam...
TO CHARLES BOLTON, ESQ. Per favour of the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
TO CHARLES BOLTON, ESQ. Per favoured '.the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. ',' ? Sir — No doubt you' Me in' the happy belief that after the very lucid address' you delivered to. the ratepayers at your nomination' aa a candidate for the ald'urmanship, on Tuesday -last, that you saved the citizens from a fearful calamity 'that' was' -pendiug over this municipality,' Allow me to remind you of some of the most notable of those great acts winch your extreme modesty, will not allow you to mention yourself, i.e., did you sanction and encourage that shameful waste of public funds in forming or rather deforming Newcomon-street, cutting down the top' and building retaining, walls to improve jjOuifWn property £/tet£,^while you denied' ub the mpanff- of forming and recalling the only stree.tyet improVed. in this word/(fn[amcly, Darby-street, the. loading thoroughfare ? Did you sanction .and encourage the . extravagant waste cf funds laid out in that other deformity,', commonly named tho Drom...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 February 1868
TJ U K T E R ? R1V E R NEW STEAM fX # naviqationcompa/t. ? STEAM TOVK/Dtl EY. Xkf MORPETH, - Captai/ m/bd, MONDAY aid ? ?? THURSDAre, Mormnp. Tha CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Sukhibbul, TUESDAY aniTFRIDAYEvenings. GEORGE TULLYA CO.. Agent*. t ? ? ? ? ? ? ? — ' Hunter Biver New. Steam Navigation COMPANY. TO SHIPPERS AND PASSENGERS TO AND FROM THE HUNTER. ? ??;.' '?, ''-.'i'. ? . ^otioe. ? ,'.? ^TTlbR ONE MONTH FROM THE ? ? JJ ? d»te of departure of H.R.H. the Duke of Edin '?'.' burgh from Tasmania for this colony, paMongers taking Wturn ticket* will bo conveyid at the following rate* :— Nbwoastlb to Sy/nky a/& baok :— Baloon ? \i.U...L. ? £1 5s. . Steerage..... ? ffTT''' ? ° 15i# ' ? JIobmth, Bayjiond Te*wm, or Olabrnce Town, to . , ? 8 YDNKTMn* back :-? ? ? ? Saloon ? ?#— * ? £1 Ifa* steerage. ? ./...(. ? .....; 0 18s. Same rates from Sydney. This arrangement will 'commence on SATURDAY, ' 18th instant, ? GEORGE TULLY* CO., , ? AgenU, Newcastle. 10th January, 18C8. 188 S. S. Gr...
PRINCE ALFRED. HUNTER RIVER RECEPTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868
PRINCE ALFRED. HUNTER RIVEK RECEPTION COMMITTEE. From the. Mercury, This committee held their first meeting on Tues day evening, at the Northumberland Hotel, West Maitlaud. - Mr. J.- B. It Robertson occupied the chair. ' After the transaction of some business Of a formal nature, it was agreed that a telegram should be sent to Messrs. Cr. Vinclin nnd G. Onlnu houn, who are now in Sydney, requesting them, in conjunction with Mr. W. J. Dangtuy to ascertuin definitely how long the Prince will stay in Aluit land. A deputation wus appointed to request the co-operation of the Mayor and Aldermen of East. Maitland. The secretary was instructed to write to the Mayor and Aldermen of Newcastle, nnd to request the Mayor (J. Lee, E-sq.) to communicate with the Mayor and' Aldermen of Singleton — in each case to ask for similar co-operation on tlie part of those bodies. On Thursday evening the chair was taken by Mr. J. Whytlaw. A letter was read by the secre tary from the Mayor and Aldermen of Sing...