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THURSDAY. FEB. 13, 1868. Before H, Scott, Eaq., P.M., Robbery with Violence [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

TnunaDAY. Fro. 13. 1803. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., RnltherH with. Vi/ilflnrp Samuel and Joseph Lawrence were brought up on remand, charged with assaulting and robbing one Donald M'Phail, on the 9th instant. Sir. Sub-iuspector Harrison deposed to arresting the pri Boners on the complaint of the prosecutor, who appeared to be much injured. He succeedediptwSndiiig one of the pri soners 'about eight o'clock on Sifrdly night. He told him the charge, iu reply to which tb* pilsoncr said that he was not there, that he went to bod ut twflve o'clock. Witness . asked him if he had been in any ro# or seen any row,' and he said be had not. On the waytoMie lock-up witness saw the jirisonor's brother who calMraim. Witness then took him in charge also. He deniJTall knowledge of the affair. On the following morning thann'osecutov picked the prison ers out of a number of othonlktha Police-office yard. By Mr. Slater : Witness dtlMR caution the prisoners that what they told him would be usod as evid...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

W ALL8&N D. l|phe,only loyal subjects to our gracious Queen. ?if it paid due respect to her royal son, the Prince, |SiWsllseod,were Mess*. Harris and Flynn;©ne jRpath* flag, of England flying, and .the latter the Wb stars, representing Australia. . . . _ ? Pi-DowoB' Stuck-up.— I ihear that, on Wednea f night a petty sort of sticking-up was attempted tween Wallsend and Lambton. It appears that vBollmore. who had been passing that way late on i atdnssday evening, was stopped on the road, and | ithe same time told to deliver. No sooner had I », words been mad* use of than the doctor was \\ Wok from his horse, and to save his head from !j ipg staved in by the stick which his assailant \ ! pda use f of, the intended victim received a severe Jji Mron. his arm.'. /After the two men had been jl vggUag for, some time, a man named Fisher came j'fri W' pot a» stop, to the unpleaaant,j-roceedjnga. i § ftisV is)- the report that, ia going at Wollaerid, and | ybaldihis ,bu true I feel sor...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOREHOLE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

1 PHB-TR-reF NCW& I * v ' 'rfh'it T£f? itf £*»! ' ' * v \m . Ffwoc our oojuaapoNDMmLl . Z imx.—lSQlmaY d#ys ago the cry waa for rain. Ejtftow it ia jut the ravers*. , The much-needed b I [Kaa com* in Urga quantities, far.larger indead,. 3 ?»?? .stood in need of, if we could only keep ope-' $ Bit what haafallen. Butthia urifortunately, we Hlifl ho mean* of doing, which is a serious draw fllfflto the peopled the district. The. nature of ||B-il ia such that it will nut attain the water in jllWy cuton»ffr any length of time, bo that Flllf wa l«*trA .an ta.Vinnrfa.n*** fit -water tO-uftV. WO Hijflby likely, in a comparatively ahort time, to be nfEfg oat for a fresh supply. . During the summer Bj!%« now eodiag this circumatance baa proved R$Kfc- .». (OataWty to the people, 'whose Nlffih. ^hm*. ;to, be eerioualy affected by R jKLog r-jft^jnuch. impure water. The only ll'Mi^ v»Wch thi» drawback could bo re W \miwod£i.i» for the whole of the inhabitants to 0; Kins and ooutruot ? larg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

' SALES BX AUCTION. 1 ^svs':* Under a Bill of SuBv . M^NiJJ K-LO C H H^5-il- ?wUlseUb^^t^cafcotionafana.rlydata^N The unexpired leaae flQh-ai|)Uea, .plant, machinatjf,' s. bricka, potteryw»re,^fcouteret4«fgrnituro, horaaa,, I --«4ra7, and aundri-,.,I.Mr., iTltSUIAM'S, ♦£» \ PStlijj, Bmwood,xirtfir Newcastle.' ' ' V^*^. .'?',' j 300 . * ^^Bs^niii, modgn-jte, at sale. ', ?'.'?' ^^S' .{ j !N\.' '?' Sale by Aucubii. ' ,', ,'? '/\ I {Tlfr&MAY ( Wtdnetday),at Tysjlvtijclo^.j, \ IDT K^Sw ° ^~~5~O ? N A 'jfcj U ? 'i I JJfJL ' will solTI)J-^iotion, at Shaw's corner, Blaas* Forty LOGS and PILES, roundaStTJijiiare, from thirty , . to eighty feet lpng. , ' ?-^--i^ '? 4S5 ' Unreserved. Terms, Cash. ^'^S ^^ SpecUa^ale of Drapcp^^*^ ,* ,ijX Tstabeon ustrupiA^sall by public a^lkia, . On MjM^Y NeitMF^th iiutatti : ^ . AlarraMstBitXf DBAP EB^naWing of WooUa»fi ^^-Wlo-na,Slo-na-to. ^^_J ^ . ~. -; . %3F Full particular! in Saturday's issue. '. ' ' ':-:* '? ' ??????? Terma.Caab. ' '?'/'? jtlti. ...

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

GENERAL NEWS. SisnvANTOAUsii in Yictobia. — A pra ffl illustration of the servantrgirl nuisance is aup I1 by k Beechworth paper: — ' A week or two 1 [ a resident of Beechworth forwarded instmctio [ an agency office in Melbourne, to engage a don t servant for the period of six months, agreei f pay her coach fare to Beoch worth, and to reman L her for her services ut the rate of 15a. a -weekt r vniinrrivnmiin amvAi) in Aim *nn*at* Knf.- ?/.? r had entered on her duties before sho began to ) fault with everything connected with the p t and before she had fulfilled three days of be r gagoment quietly walked out of the back « f leaving her employers to serve themselvot f beat they might. Nothing further would havo 1 heard of the affair had it not been th»V'aitet 111 young lady's departure, the box containing rjl wardrobe .arrived per waggon, frotn'*Helbou QH addressed to her employees care, and 'which shl in deavoured to obtain without even paying the Ul of carriage. This being refused, ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Richard [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

SMALL DEBTS COURT.. ; Moudat, Frb. 17, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. An action to recover the sum of £5 6a. for medical attend ance. Verdict for plain tiff. Oeorge Ray v. William Thomai. ' An action to recover the sum of £10 damages. through being bitten by a dog. Verdict for plaintiff— damages, *5. John Castray v. if . J. Smith. An action to recover £9, lla. for work and labor don*. Verdiot for plaintiff, £5 10a. 6d. A. Forbes v. Joseph Phijptn. . An action to recover the. sum of £5 ot. for money due. Verdict for plaintiff, £4 Cs. ViCTORrAOuTBivAtLED.—ThedeUght experienced by the Duke of Edinburgh at Mb magninoent recep tion' in Melbourne is known to all, but it ia not ' oc-ually known that after tha dueling demonstra tion*, on the Darwont and Mount Wellington, H.R.H. assured our friends iu Hobart Town he felt literally » trwuported'— —with J07,

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FLOODS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

..*?'. FLOODS AGAIN* Onoe more our columns seem doomed to be filled with terrible details of disaster bj floods Once more the cry for help from starving thousands threatens to resound .throughout the. land, and once inore shall we have^Scall upon the' benevo- lence und the oreneroaitv of our fellow-citizens. This ia not a period of the yefr when a flood was to be expected; and we fear, that but few prepara tions have been, made to meet the dread destroyer whose' course is so deadly, whose onward path lib pursued so relentlessly. We can only hope that, the. settlers whose crops and dwellings, nay whoso very lives are in jeopardy, may have had, during the past dry season, some little forethought an-l may have acte-l bf the advice which !the Press tendered to tlflsra, -fn all sides 'after the flood* of 1867. But wliilxt we hope this we must acknowledge that our hope is but a tiny one, and is almost counterbalanced by our knowledge of how recklessly farming Imm lately been carried on in...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEB. 15,1888. Before H. Scott, Esquire, P.M. Absent Without Leave. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

POLICE IHTELLI8EHCE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. , Satubdat, Feb. 10, 1808. Before H. Soott, Esquire, P.U. ? Absent Without Leave. Thomas Stephens, seaman, was ohnrged with be!n« absent without leave from the brig Flying Cloud, on the 14th instant. Tho case being a more than usually bad one, the' prisoner wo» sentenced to' two months' imprisonment in Muitland gaol, with hard labour. Dninkcnntit. . Thomas M'Indoe, on boil, failed to appear when called upon to answer charge of being drunk in Watt-street on the 14th instant. ; The prisoner was ordered to forfeit the amount of his ball deposit, ten shillings. ? Kobort Hamilton, alias Whytlaw, shoemaker, waa found miiltyof being drunk in Scott-streot, on the 14th instant, and sentenced to pay a fine of 20«., or go to gaol for seven days, . . ? - Thomas Mearncy, fora slmiUr offenoo, was oonviotad and fined 0». or twenty-four hours in the look-up. Monday, Frd. 17, 1868. Before H. Scott,' Eiq,, P.M. Drunkenntat. , Henry Bird, sawyer, pleaded gui...

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THE NEW MAIL TIMETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

THE NEW MAIL TIME^TABLR Under the new 'postal arrangements ' we am to have thirteen mails in* the year instead of twelve, that ia to say one every four weeks instead of one/every calendar month. We shall lose noth ing by these new arrangements if we do not gain uy iiiimu. J..U us um uuijr, o»tcu«iuie advantage is an additional mail in the year. - A.% home they will -have this further advantage, that their mails will always be dispatched outwards' on a certain day of- the week;, and that they will alwayo look tor their arrivals inwards on a certain day of , the week... To men ofibiiH^tess in London this, is of 'great importance, and/ the mercantile portion of the community in 0reaVBritain' have therefore ^?taji^Ussgrsiw^Bg Tft^g ^nge. Let us not flatter owMlksWjflen, with the belief, that this has arisen from any outburst of generosity towards those at a distance from the mother-country : it had been done chiefly -for the convenience ef the British merchant Nor l«tk it be supposed fo...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Narrow Escape pkom bbino takeh out to Sba. — Between tho hours of nine and tun o'clcck on Monday morning laat, a resideiit of Mosquito Island, numed John Duggun, had a very narrow escape of losing his life by being carried out into the. breakers. It appears that Duggan ami his boy had been down to Newcastle with milk, and were returning home when the- accident occurred. They hoisted a sale and tried to sad back, but owing to the strong fresh, which was running out. they were carried by the stream right down the harbour as far as eicott's ±-oint, and but for a stroke of good luclc j must have been carried into the very midst of the ? breakers. B; Hickoy und Jackson (two boatmen) started to render Duggan assistance, but seeing, when they had got some little distance, .ithat the boat had made the shore, they put back to the wharf. _ Wo are informed by an eye-witness, that at ono time Dugupn's boat was actually within, some ten or a dozen lengths of the breakers. Visit of H...

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

? ^t ? f m --s. ': ? ? ? STB NEWCASfiiE BOROUGH COUNCtES ELECTIOMt O^.lLVYOa W The first meeting of the Newcastle Borougo. Council, under the^new Act of 1867, foolc place on ? Monday evening at the court-hotine. '. The meeting was a special- one, called by* the Acting '-OWu j Clerk foe . the eloctiouof the Mayor- -for- r.he.-our— i rent year. At half-past seveu o'clock, the hour j named in the notice pajmni, tl-ere were ])resentt A l/i^i-muti -TTnnnnll. Hl*.ftlrt*ft fliuirlri-j niiHTiniflit- Rcdgers, Bylton, and Brookes. About. 200 ratepayers were also present. '' f / i Alderman Chapman rosu at five and' twenty ! minutes to eight o'clock, and said hd begged to! propose that Aid. Hannell be Mayqr for the ensu ing year. ., . .????..,-..? . ' ..-.? ? . Aid. Brookes : You might have a little decency and wait for the other aldermeu who are absent Aid. Winship, I. know, is gone to the pita, and, could not be here exactly at the time appointed, but I know he intends coming, and vvill'be 'h...

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CONSOLIDATED REVENUE VOUCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

CONSOLIDATED RKVBNUB VOUOHEH.' The following ia a ateiamaatof all sums 'paid into tba Tr«»»Dry by the Collector of Ouato-ua at Hawoastle, t rom the 1st to tie 31*t January j~ , ' ? ? - . . . .... . . _, ? 'X'' a. a1. Brandy ? ' ..' ? 514 16 11 QiA.J ... n- ??. - ? IDS 9 P ? ????-? ? , r ? ? i - - ? ??- Liijuert, Cordiala, &o. ... ...' ... ... 18 0 8 Whiskey ? ... ? 41 14 8 Eum ? . M.. ? ,... 717 0 0 Win ? ' ... ... ..; ... 118, . 7 0 T6b*coo' and Snuff - ? ... ... .......... B3 11 ' 0 Cigora ... ., ...:, .... ... ....... .15 9 10 Tea ? ti ... ... ... ? ? 1 15 0 Sugar (unrefined) ' ,.'.. ... .'.. ... 0 G 4 Bonding Warehouse Duty ........ ... ' 51 11 0 Pilotage ? ... ? ... 287 13 . 8 Ucmoval of Vessels ... ... ' ... ' ... 50 0 0 Tonnage Duea ... ...? ... .. ... 686 13 - 6 Ad Valorem Duty ... ? ......46 10 3 1 £2628 19 8

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VESSELS BELONGING TO NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

VESSELS BELONGING TO KBWOASTLB. ? An Account of the number of Veaaela belonging to Hie Port of Newcastle on the 31st Deocmbar, 1867, rogutered in pursuance of Act* of Parliament, -with their tonnage, and the number of men and boys by -whom they are usually navigated ; distinguishing aucb of the veeeela a» llavebcen . lost, broken up, or otherifita destroyed, sold to fortigDars or registered dt novo since tli» last aacount was made up :— ofCertifi- -SJS Namea of VaaaaU, dia- f? S* S 5. cateof a | liuguisliing such s* hava c^S g S Sm Registry, og boauloat 4a. gp ^5 WW 1 of 1857. 32, 320 Martha EUeu Z. ... 124 B 2 „ 1857. 32,32«Naiiey ? 75 4 1 „ 1858.32,698Douglaa ? 93 4 »„ 1858.32,37ODev» ? 244 8 4 „ 1859. 31, 864 Notion ... ? 1W 4 1,, 1860. 32, 493 Venture ... ... ? U7 5 3 „ 1800. 31,644ljamaaP*xtati ... ? M 6 2 ., 1861. 32, 699 Islander ? 106 2 3 „ l»il. 32, (OOjKdmuud and Alfred ... 17 ... 2 4 „ 1861.:i2,625lL»vin« ' ... ... .:. :. ? 3' 5,, 18Cl.32,702iDooribang(s.- ... ..-.36 ... ...

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THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS. DISASTROUS FLOOD IN THE PATERSON AND WILLIAMS. PARTIAL FLOOD IN THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

THE'WEATHEB AND THE FLOODS. : DlSASTiROUS FLOOD IN1 THE PATEUSON , : AND WILLIAMS. '- , Partial-Flood ik xtaii Hunter. ' i Tho Maitlaud Mercury oj-'yustorday says : — In .teiVy'enra we,- have had no less than twelve-storms, j causing floods on the Hunter/ In tho previous I tun years not ono ocourrud. Wo trust this ooa soiivis not destined also to bucomo inumorablo f()r-fl(K)d-»toriii8,-hut-it- haa-givou.ua ono.duriiii; the last few days.' At tho time of writing .this (Moriduy morning) it' does ' not appear likely Unit \\m Hunter will overflow unless heavy rain sets in ori. the U'fjpor Paterson, and some say oh tho 'Wil. lifflkj also. It was pretty plain indeed that wu had not the worst of the 'ntoi'm at MaitlanJ, tho wind having all tho clmracteristicH of- heavy iloodstorms, the rain being far lighter, than we - have often had it. The Btorm begun on Friday;niorning, us report ed in our last, coming after auveral days of unaonaon ttbly hot and closo weather. At Maitland, on Fri day, ...

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CUSTOMS DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

CUSTOMS DUTlkSJ ' '?'?' Tho following is aKeturn sbowinx tba Mtal amount of duty paid, roceived at tha Custom House, Nawcattla, dur ing the your 1867, on tha UBdarmiiotioned artielea :— £ a. d. Brandy ? '. ? 4,132 8 2 Oh. ? ? ... 1,604 0 0 Old Tom ? 259 9 7 Whinkuy ... ? ... ? ... 318 0 1 Kum ? ? ... 8,424 2 9 WhiteSpirita ? 18 10 0 Bitters ? 4 17 Wino ? ... 1.06* * « Ale (in wood) ? 19 6 6 Ditto (in bottle) ? 2 18 0 ToWo ... ? 553 7 9 Cigara ? ? ... - 12316 * Tea ? ? ... ? . 18 19 6 (Wee ? ? - ... 1 19 8 Sugar ... ? ,. » $ 6 Hice ... ... ? ? 10 0 0 Bonding Warehouse duty ... ? 206 4 0

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

IhIPPINQ INTEfLlibENCf. | ? ? ? — -._._ ? a''''' ' PORT OF NEWCASTLE. [1 .-'; ^' , ' ' ' : ? ABRJVAI.S. II Feb. 14. „ _'. I sVtaloolm, sob., 182, Longwbrthy, from Mtlboonw, 2nd Ijut. K. B. WaUaoe, agent. .,-.. IT.'. ? veb. 17. . ...—,-r' i „ I' Cfotha, scU., l&O, Archuyirom MclEourno, 7th fast R. Iw*^^-^ ia ... .. II Hore5G«r«ch,, 139, Walker, from Auckland, 4th inst, WiOx. 7000 feet timber. Passengers— Meura. Smith, Fergu ILo, Papa, Benny, and 2 in the steerage. Captain, agent. SfHelenTi. *ag«. W. 217, Wan., fromtho BuUer Biver, IfJC, 7th init. K. ii. Wallafe, aynt I *'~ DEPARTURES. ' ?' '' I v«i.-^V. Feb. 18. - . ?: v 1 Tisillli GnnfeU, aoh., 139, Orenfell, for Melbourne, with |ntoac«L C. V. Stokes and Co., agents. ? ' [?\EUss-S»iairp,;bq., 387, Gay, for Walluioa, with 510 torn I Ml. G.Havuoo, agent. ' ? . . ,.- I ? . COASTERS OOTWABDB. I ?? -: ' ? FOR STDNKT. :' ' : ;Teb. 18,-Heather Bell, Undo Tom, Notion. Secret, tad lialonbt, for Sydney. ' . ?'? \ I !',.'? — VESSEliS I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

HUNTER KIVER NEW .STEAM. ' . NAVIQATIONiKnfPANYi ;i ; STEAM To\tDN EY. The MOBPETH, CaptainV Bu*-, MONDAY and * ' ', , TrfupUAYNKirn'ings. \' '...'.. ; ^ CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain SuinMjtBBlA, ? TUESDAY ana FEIDAY Evenings.,. w ; . Vr!.. ; , , GEORGE TOLLY,* CO.. AgenU. :%ri- ? '.. : '? V. -*''.' ' ..'.'? . K«ntar Bi7tr New Steam Navigation ??,'.a!T ? . ? COMPANY. , ;. -r«: ; ? /BETuIn~ TICKETS. ?' ? . . TtTbOM TH.1F~DATK, RETURN J? TICKETS will be UsufiU^aUable for one week, . to ti'T'--ir'' by any oft* if R.N.S.N. Company's flui nUli steamer*, at tjfe fallowing rates :— .. , , '?'? Saloon- ? ?A-'. - - . - 26a. ,,-.- ?-' Steerage - ? ? - ? ? - ?? lo». - ? ? ? GEORGE TULLY * CO. Nawc.HU/ Feb. 19,1868. ! . «5 ^serial Notice; \ AUSTRALASIi* STEAM NAVIGATION CJ^IPANY. /X CONTINUATION ^HETDBB^TICKEt\ ON AND AMUSJ&'/HIS Da\ (WEDNESDAY), jKh instant, \ Jf i? 2'V R irf w\G K E T S 1 ' wjff b«fsugd\ TO ANj/mOM SYDNEY ? at tqe {Allowing ratcsV^ AViiLABL^POR OifByrEBK, by any. of the...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY—Tuesday evening, 6:4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

LATE %Jr'\ NTELLI8ENCE. TBKOUGR aBEVir.LE'B TRLRGBAX COUfANT. ' : jr SYDNEY— Tuesday evening, 6-4 p.m. Tha steamer Fire King, from the Manning River,, is overdue. Some . anxiety . j»., felt .respeotiug^-itor, owing to the late heavy weather. '' '' .*»?'' Tho shipping arrivals and departures is resumed. The, weather is now fine. ,; /*' : ; f '. - The Hawkoabury river is subsiding. It was pp warda of thirty feet above the usual level.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

FRENCH MEDIOIN E S 1'llEl'AUEU HT , GRIMAULTAND 0 0., » ! ChcmisU to If. I. H. Prince Napolton, Parii. '- ? \ These different medicines represent the must recent mall- . cal diacuvoiiea, foutulctl on the principles of ohemiatr^tM ' therupeuticu. They must not be confounded with secret it quack medicines, as their names sufficiently inditffttir tKtlii ' composition, »? oirbuihstnUco which has cituied thenS tUl-U ' . ftppreciated and proscribed by the faculty in the whoU i world. They widely differ from those numerous medidfitt '; advertised in the public pupei-s tis ublo to cure every pot. sible duease, us they nro applicable only to'but a verr,f«t . ' complaints. The most stringent laws exist in Franc* witl regard to the sale of medical preparations, mid only thoM which have undergone an examination by the Academy cf : Medicine, and have been proved) oflicaaious, either ia t^t . hospitals, or in the practice of the first medical men. Hi ' authorised by the Government. This fact must...

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CONSOLIDATED REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 19 February 1868

CONSOLIDATED ltKVENUK. - The following is the total amount of lUvanua collected at Newcutlo duriug tho year 1867 i— ? £ a. d. Paolctgo charge ... ? ? 1,544 10 0 Ad Valorem duty - ? ... 942 14 4 Dutv ... ? W.709 10 6 Tonnage duee ? ? S.096 7' 6 Pilotage ... ... ... ? ? 4,674 16 8 Kcmoval of vetaria ... . ? ... 766 10 0 #19.793 16 0 Note.— Tbe total Revenue for tba praviou* year (1866) was £29.959 15a. 8d., showing a decrease «f £196 0a. 8d. Appended is a further return Bbowing tha total amount of Kevenua collectad for the put four yean :— Year, £ a. A. 1804 ? ? 16,555 18 9 ifiliS ? 24.203 6 2 18Bfi ? 29.959 15 8 1867 ? ( ...- - »,703 15 0 . . TotaL.JB100.512 14~7

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