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DEATH FROM POISONING AT PADDINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

DEATH FROM POISONING AT PADDINGTON. The inquiry respecting the death of John Scanlan way resumed before the City Coroner yesterday, at the Royal Oak Hotel, Paddington. Margaret Sherlock was recalled, and stated that she never hud any quarrel with her father, except ing a few hot words about business matters ; on the Wednesday of last week she left home about anvnn n'clock in the eveninsr : she returned about the same hour on the following Friday ; during that time she stayed at Mr. Aird's, in Kent-street ; she left home in consequence of a dispute with.her father; she was speaking to him about money affairs; she asked him to collect her book-debts, but he refused to have anything to do with them ; afterwards she saw her father lying on her bed up stairs, with the tumbler on the toilet table' she was positive he never' went out of ° the house afterwards; when she saw the tumbler on the toilet table there was in it one blade of a pair of scissors, and that same blade was in her room o...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

WEST MA IT LaND. JFrom tMMaitiand Mercury. , - The LottbBT. — The excitement which waa mani fested in the town during the first day of the lottery drawing '(Monday), did hot appear to have abated by We following day, when operations at ! the Urn were resumed. The drawing was brought to a dose on Tuesday afternoon, and the hall was then closed till the evening, when, the doors again gave admit tknea to' tift1-At-hnld.ini. (mcrar to listen to : the an nouncement of the numbers drawn since ;the pre ceding evening. The amount taken for admission at the doors on Saturday,- Monday, and Taesday, totalled £32, by which it would appear that about 1300 persons yjsited the hall to view the exhibition of prizes, 'and to witness the drawing. We find, upon examination of the drawingrbop)c, that No. 6719 won the Durham bull presented by Mr. Hether ington ; the ' Lord of tho Hilla,' blood colt, feU to ?No. 4253, the holder being a little boy, we under stand';' the clock presented by Mr. Wolfe.la ha...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WALLSEND: [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. WALLS'END: ' frltOU OCR OORBB8PONDBNT.1 ' ' Lambton1.— I am. informed that ' the ?mipers of Lauibton Colliery held a meeting on Friday even ing, the 7th instant, for the purpoBe of. electing a medical practitioner in tho room of Dr. 'Robert Pierce, who received fourteen day*' notice from the mnrlical nnminittee at tll^t oolliorv. It aDDUftrS tha this gentleman was not without friends, he being invited' to send in his application with the other duly qualiied medical gentlemen. I hear that Dr. Robert Pierce was elected again, by a sweeping majority over the others. - Dr. Gilder had two in his'favour, the movor and seconder, so I understand. ; Waixsend. — We have got Dr. Bulmore (from Maitliind) practising here for the last few days, and I am sorry to- say there is over and above a auffioi ency of work for him to do on account of tbeamount of aiokness that is bo pceralent among the inhabi tants of VValliend. l AcoiDKMTH. —An accident occurred to a boy named Ingram, on Fr...

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[?] MACQUARIE FIRE BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

7~T MAOQtJARIB FERE BRIfiiSBfe On. Saturday evening, last, after the usual J Arathlyvpnfctice, the'-'memtien'of-ttie recently .'ittdblished Macquarie Fire Brigade assembled in r- Sm. '. engine-house fur the' purpose of Hearing a - ;*AtorfcjfTom the' committee appointed Bome;time ''iatnoe. to collect subscriptions in aid of anew engine. '«he' foreman of the Brigade (Mr. Howden) pre ?Ided over the i meeting. .V.i The Chairman, in opening the business, called f '?'??finbn the secretary (Mr. J. Dart, jun.) to read the :\:;ltyt of amounts subscribed up to that time. Ti -,ri Mr. Dart having briefly stated the authority by ^rhich the committee had collected subscriptions, ', ;- |iroceeded to read the list, which amounted alto gether to about £5. In addition to that amount, \ ??'. tlM A. A; Company subscribed £10, which, how - J -|ver, had not been received on account of a protest j.'i' Wad* by the late Macquarie Fire Brigada ;.- i,T.otVijj^l Chairman (Mr. Howden) said there were a : j'-i't...

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

', ' . %'Y D N E Y..- .. . ? '!. . .. Vabkivals. . .'???.? ' r FeKC— Illalong (s.^aOO, from the Clyde ; John Enox, ?hip, 000, from Lyttleton.^th ult ' ( ; ? .. ?-? ., r7Feb..7.7-Kiama (s. ), 200, from Moruya jBallina (s'.),.19O, . , from Maoleay Hirer ma Port Macquarie ; Williams (s. ), 919, from Brisbane, Sthinst. ; Agnes Irving (a.), 333, from Graf-. ,. ion, 6th inst ; Canaan, ship, 900,' from the - Downs, 25tfi Oot ; Sea Star, bq., 233, from Victor Harbour; 26th ult ; .Hose of Australia, bq., 280, from Mauritius, 15th Dec; Strah NichoL 'sob., 57,. from New Plymouth, 24th Jad.' ; -s Bslclutha (b.), from Bookhampton, 1st inst ; City ol Hobart ' (s.),;3G2, |rom Hobart Town, 4th inst; Gipsy, scb., 44, from 'Twofold Bay, 5th inst. ; Susannah Outhbert (a.), 161, from '?', the Clarence Biver, Cth inst ':,'?'. ? ? ? ' . Feb. 8.— Graf ton (a.), 213; fromrCJarence Biver, GthinBt.;,. Janae* Paterson (s.), 291, from-; Bockhampton, 4th inst'; Boomerang, scb., 90, from Launoeston. 20th inst; P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

( ~~ ~^ ? _ ? ? -; ;;. - . ' \ '?? ? IB4TORTANT NOTICE - ?' , CAPTAINS. AND°3HIP0WNERS BO RWICK'S BAKING POWDER makos bread light and' digestible in a few minutas without standing to rise, ris with yeast. Pastry ' and pud dings should' never be made without it, as ? it renders them light aud easy, of digestion, , and saves butter, and egg* .' ' ' ' ''. .?'??? ' ? TKSTMOWIAIJJ :? '.????;-? \ ''''. '' ;; . :;'i'.,'. B*O E W I ;0'K;'.^'' \ .-,'?'??: ',:', Panama, New. Zealand,, and AustralUnRoyaliMiil Steam ship Kaikoura. ?'???:. 1 ? ( '..,' .'.,. ,. .,;.,' . , , May.28,1867. Mr.' Borwick, Dear Sir — Having_ been chief pastrycook at the' Royal HoteLAydney, for nie period' of eighteen months, and for the last sixteen months pastrycook anc baker on board the above ship, I have great pleasure in recommending ydur Baking Powder to the notice of I th» public Duibng/ the above periods I have constantly .used it and coisidlr At the best preparation of the kind that ever cam unlWr my notice. I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

. The Bose of Australia, *rom Mauritius.' wfth a cargo of 'vigor, consigned, to Messrs. Brown and Co., was pltoed in : quarantine on her arrival j-esterdpy. She sailed on the 15th_ ,'^H-M.S. 'Galatea.— This noble frigate was taken into the Ktxroy,Dook at Cockatoo Island, on -Tuesday, morning last, ito undergo a thorough overhaul prior to 'her deparjtury .fgr ?' ' New Steaueb. — Wo have to ohronlole an addition to our r- 'steam fleet in the shape of.A fine steamer, of about 800. tons burthen/ launched yesterday morning from the. private grounds of Mr. John E. Manning, in Neutral BaV. This ?teamer, whioh was draughted by Mr. J. Skinner, has been ? ' consrtucted undey the immediate superintendence of Mr. Phillip Allen; of Balmain, mister shiuwnght- and alike re .flpota orodit on the gentleman who planned the vessel) and the foreman who carried out the work.. This steamer, on. ' leaving the ways, was .christened by Miss- Manning tne i Woimca. The plAu of construction adopted has been th...

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THUNDERBOLT'S WEEKLY RAIDS. THE GLEN INNES MAIL STUCK-UP ONCE MORE! [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

THUNDERBOLT'S WEEKLY RAIDS. THE CJLEN INNES' JIAIL STDCK-UP'ONOK -? ' ' ' .:.?-.?'? MORE I' '-???'? ; ?-:- ? ' '(From the Armidale Telegraph.^Feb. S.) 1 It is sorfietiiing to note this week that the police have' at last been on the' tracks 'of Thun derbolt! which, coupled with the ' confession of the woman'- Ruinage, that he aid her step-father,. Simmons (at present in gaol) had planned the stick ing-iip of MrrMackenzie'a house, at Stoney 'Creek^had sustained the iiublic.with a secret hope. that the great criminal himself would like-' wise, very shortly.be. brought into ArmidaleincusJ tody ot the police. But lo and behold, 'just at 'the very time when people. were entranced with ? expectation and hope,*, the : telegraphic wire flash ed the announcement from Glen Innes, .' that Thunderbolt had once again stuck-up the mail. Gn the present ' occasion it appears that the driver, Mr. Wardrop', hail reached within two miles of Ben .Lomoiul; on , his journey .to Glen Innes when, tho same u...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

MtLBOUll N.K . .- ? ? ? ''- ARRIVALS. , ? - ;?: ''?Feb. 7.— Blackbird (s.), from Newcastle. '? i ' . DEPABTURES. — ?'? '. i Bothehy, dutha, and Adeline£urlce, for Nawcastle ; and Ameliu, for Colombo, via Newcastle. :'' — *? ' ? ''

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE RECEPTION OF PRINCE ALFRED. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

le,tt;er f;o the EiiToii. THE RECEPTION OF PRINCE ALFRED. To the. Editor of the, SewcaiUe Chronicle. ' .'SIR— I nave noticed ' in' your issue of Saturday last that the various Mayors of the Municipalities of the Northern Dis triot are desirous of uniting and making arrangements to meet his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh on his binding here. Howsoever such a course might be agreeable to a portion of this community, I do not think it wUl meet the views of the majority. Allow me. therefore, to suggest that, instead of the nbove proposal, a deputation, consisting of the magistrates of the district of Newcastle, meet the Prince on nil landing, and present him with a short address, welcoming him to our oity. I would also beg to suggest, that the fact of the present unsatisfactory state of our Municipal Council is such as would prevent any demonstration emanat ing trom tuat body, (under its present regime), being a suc cessful one, or at all satisfactory eithsr to tho public or to th...

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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

. ,,', ,'-tWl A IDE. /. M' ..??'?. . '- ABWVAL3. . ??? -i $ C , . ,'?: M .' ? Feb. -I.-:- Cassina, and JPbillis, from Newcastle. ' ' ? -j Feb. 4. —Ann Brown, from Newcastle. ? ,

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, FEB. 10,1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P.Barrow v. Devereux. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

SMALL DEBTS COURT. ' Monday, Fid. 10, 1868. . . ' : Before H. Scott, Esq., P.AL, and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. ? ..Barrow v. Devereux. Thiawas nn action to rocovor the sum of £310«., tho value of a boat alleged by the plaintisT to have' been soli by him to the defendant. ,The defendant swore that the boat was left in bis charge. He admitted that he had nsed' the' boat some ten or a dozen times. ? Verdict for plaintiff, JB3 15s. ?? ' - Jamtt Hollinshead v. Alexander Gricvct. , This was an action to recover the s^m of £2 7a.'6d. The defendant did not appear. Verdict! for tho plaintiff, with otosts., . .:?.,..,; ? ' ? ?1 . noumtntaa v. menara ruiyer. ?? -? ?- This wai an action to reoovor the 'sum of 12s. 6d. for Roods sold and delivered. Tho defendant did not appear. Plain-. tiff having proved the debt, received a .verdict .for the amounts claimed, with 5s. costs. .,.,.','. ? .. - ? \ A^F^ferbuv. .. ' Rj/on. .- ? '? ? ? : An action to recover the sum of £1 6s,' SM. for bread de livered. ...

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AUCKLAND. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

f- '?'?'.'? A U OK LA N D . ? 1 ' ' !l'- ? '? — -'-? ARBIVAL. Jan. 20. — Hercules, from Newcastle.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEB. 10, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIBENCE. ? NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Monday, Feb. 10, 1868. Before H. Scott, Ksq., P. M. '? ' John Murray was. charged with being drunk in a public place in 'the city, on the 8th instant. The prisoner was Found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of 5s., or twenty tour hours in the' lock-up. ? '? . - , . William Murphy pleaded not guilty to a similar .chargft. Constable Griffin proved the case. He stated that on Sa turday afternoon last, it was reported to him that the prisoner was lying drunk under his cart in Blane-street. On going to the spot indicated he saw the prisoner's cart near the Post-Office Hotel,' just going off the road nt the time. The prisoner was lying in the cart drunk. The liorse was blind of both eyes, and. was wandering about as it liked. On witness ' getting it ints the cart, the prisoner mane use ot vory bad language. The prisoner, in his defence, -said he was not drunk, but wus overcome by the haat and shandy gaff. Hu waa con victed of the offence, a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

SittpfrftG INTCLUGlNOf. - -= -~ ? ,?'-: ~ — '?, -. -. ,.??' m '-'?? PCJRT OF NEWCASTLE. .' ' ...... AHBIVALS.': '''*'' ''' '~ i-' , .'' Feb.' 8. 'Sawn; brig, 216, Clear?, from Lyttleton, 24th nit. T. W. Knight and Co., agents. If -ftaetrader, bq., 206, Bapp, from Briibane, 4Ui-in«fc— €U I r. Stoke* and Co., agents. ' ?? ? ...r -.. I . f . . Feb. 9. i j .. Armistice, bq., 354, Keop, from Dunedin, 27th ult. C. I ioberUon, agent. .'''?- . i I bperanza, brig, 117, Baker-, from Holdtika, 1st inst - A. Uffogg. agent, W*l{ ' '/? i ? jf_ Flying Cloud, trig; 235-Urquhart, from' Adelaide- via HlBydney. G. Hewifon^agent. ? t Dandenong («?».),' 478, Paine, AJr Melbourne yia Sydney. W. H, Whyte, agent. »?*? - . ? ' : ,Fwy» tq., 478, Owell, from Sydney. O. F; Stokes and Oo;. agent*. *;\\\ ? ? - ' ''??? .; Affoca Irvinjr (a.), 330, Creor, frtirfSydney. W, K Loch head, agent. ? ' .,????' ' DEPARTURK8./ -'''.?' J v '. ' Feb.'8. ' » Sea. Bird, soh., 155, Walters, for Melboamp;, with 200 ton*. coal. ,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

I/'. TOT Bbio Dsva.— This vessel, whioh'left the hatbour 'for Sydney on Saturday last, with '200 tona of railway iron on board, and 100 tons stone, returned to port -on Sunday Wtth tholoss of bur maintopmast, topmas^ and f ore, yard '?rin. On inquiry we learnt that the Deva was caught in the Jioutherly burster which' raged late on Saturday evening! '? THsi Patbbson (s,). — Inconsequence of ttie very low state of the tide on Monday evening last thePatemon took the ground on the Horseshoe, where she remained for several, hours. She got off 'About ten o'clock p.m., and proceeded onr lierjtur^o Sydnet \ ? .. ?? ?. . ?-.. ] *V'_

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VESSELS IN PORT [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

I,1! .:„?'.? '?-. 'VESSELS INPORT^!'' !' ? ? ' I' Miee Maiden, ship, 1305, loadkig Waratah coal for' Bom: Rfbtor. ..-..':'? , ' * ~ ' '** i ' ? ? U ' ; Prince Charlio, 1350, londing WardtabTobal for Bombay. ': I. Sparkenhoe, ship, 1210,, loading Wa'ratah Coal for Bom J bay. ? ' ' ' '?' ' ' : '*.'??? ?'??' ''? '? 'i . '~ ~' ;' ' Schoonderlco, Dutch bq., 391, loading WoUsend coal for rBatavia, : ? ?'? ' ' ? ? '?- i .:?'?? \' if- Manila II., German bq., .460, to load Wallsend ioal for tJava, '„ . ' '?' '. ' ?*' '' ''?'?' .' J J' ElixiaShairp, bq., 363, loading coal for Wallaroo. ; ','!') I, ? Marcellus, bq., 274,' loading Wnrntah coal for Shanghai. j ? Indus, bq., 'Mil, loiuling Lnmbton coal for Wellington. ? Xulla, bq., 520, loading Waratah coal for Shanghai ; ? | . Alice Cameron, bq., 347, loading Wallsend coal for Auok l-'4and. ?'.??- .it- ,, Cantoro, bq., 400, loading Ilpmbton coal for. Lyttletomi.^ ' ? ? Bessio Gronfoll, sch., 139, louding Waratah copl .for Mek. t'bourne. ' . . ''...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

. Hollow ay's P1lls.: — Those pills are more effica cious in strengthening a debilitated constitutioa than' any other medicine in the world. Persona of n nervous , habit of .body, and all who are sufluring from weak digestive organs, or whoso health has bec.ome deranged by bilious' afl'ectibns, disordered stomach, or liver complaints, should lose no' time in giving 'these admirable pills a fair trial. Coughs, colds, asthma,' or BiiortneBB of breath, nre.also with iiV the runq;e ofthe sanatiVeipowers of this .very re markable medjeinp. The.qures effected by those pills are net superficial or temporary, but complete and .permanent.. They are as mild ast hey are efficacious, and many bo' given' with contideuco . to delicato fumaloa and young children, -''' '?? -\-

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AID TO DISCHARGED CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

Aib'TO DISCHARGED CRIMINALS. Perhaps there is no' proverb^ whose truth is so, much U- be doubted as' the time-worn one, f' Once a rogue, always brogue.' It is a winder, indeed, ^iow'ynbK a 'sawilevar crept into the list of English sayings ;' '?however,1 in many instances we do find jthat _a . prisoner ' just ' jjischarge^|_froji^ gaol with the remembrance of his imprisonment fresh! before hjm .to i a'ctas'a'salutiry^warning, nevertheless relapses, into^his: 'old .-.way^ *an&' iftpeedily re incarxjeratecL. How is this 1 Would not a man make an effort to tread the path of honesty. rather than court a disgrace' rand a'piinishment: whose force he has justffelt ? Would be not seek decent employment after his experience of/pjSaon hard ships' and the Va^hing of the gaol cnaplaini « -lo it to. be.Buppwed. tbatajl the discharged crimi nals who findithfdt way back to. the stonewalls of a^rc6ihpulaory'hom6,' are ''actuated1; by a ;steady ?'''??' ????' - ^ '? ? ' ; ?? -'7 ' ?-..-''fc';'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

? THE 'NEWCASTLE Y Cfl(|£dNICLE, 1 Paid in'Adyance ...i....^.'.... .'....„... ,6s. 6d. per Quarter,' -Booked; X» ? ?? ? 6i-6d.. do. j.do. '?' '. '.'.'?( .'. . Single Copiey-^d. eaohj.. j-. |. k''A ', i'jThft. NEWCJ^rix CHRONICLE. !*»' now been . , '? established VupmSk^f Tbn 7EAnV»d%as thd hrfge '-?'? circulation 'of nearly 'TWO THOUSAND copies per ????I -?:' : -???'. :: ; T. M- T'Ti -T ? ! -.tf3!.'. ? '??r^i-.'r-'-1 ??:;??????'/' itxt-x'^n.- ? ? i' ''?^ Ite MmrntXt '''(tShtmi^ , \yEX-NESbA'Y/!FKBBTJARf -12, 1868.1 * rf

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