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THE PROJECTED VISIT OF PRINCE ALFRED. THE NEWCASTLE RECEPTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

THE PROJECTED VISIT OP PRINCE ALFRED. ' ^ V ' ? ^THE.JOEWC\aTLI-BKCSPTKM(-OOltlilTTEK. ? - The .recaption committee appointed ... at the' jMbHc iirMftihga few] days; igo, a'n«bolcDfi8ting of: the 'members of the Municipal Council, held a' meeting in tke Town Clerk's office, at ten o'clock on Wednesday morning. , Thera were present the Mayor (J.Hannell, Esq^), in the cnair; and- Al- dermen Rodgers, Bolton, Chapman, and Sparke. The. Chairman, afterreading'the'mihutes of the previous meeting, said be had received a tele grain from the Cobnial Secretary's office, asking tl*at a-cojjy of any atldrena to be presented to the Duke in Newcastle be forwarded 'either- to Bris bane at once, or -to his office by a certain date. On inquiry, he found that the htte Mayor had brought a'copy of the address from Maitland with him,.but had not left it in the office.. ... Aid. Rodgers reported that he attended the meeting -of -delegates -in Maitland, in . company with: Dr. 'Brookes. AJl'the' boroitgtis ...

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THE FLOOD STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

! .^'^TKB^TLdG&'-'STOHM^1' . -, .?-4he 'rite^nt gtortri Wins fx) fia^e'falieh over » ^et^'uriiujual extent of bonntrV^'; It is a nlatter 4arlh'ankfaliies8 that the atorpijty'ati less, Heavy on 'tile Blue ' M6untains than at Sydney and^on the ooaat, «o that the Hawkegbury escaped this tiroe' Vifli'jlj^e.'ofi ^ome thirty or .tWrty^twso feet at Windsor, instead of the sixty feet it' suffered frorh j^Junp.lfst, .. . , ., . .... .,..,? ; . L,BPow fer the atorra went inland in this quarter lire have yet to learn, but it must have gone. j 4ni$ber,i we flhould suppose, . than: was believed in I J»laUlund' on Monday last, or the river here ?would S certainly hare falleu faster.* The Singleton Times I fefyetterday says it hears that, at Merriwa and ! Cassilis, heavy nun, fell on Sunday and Monday. ( The river ai Maittand barely fell three feet up to I 5Hie«(Iay raoming-,' then became stationary, Aand tWnt slowly l-oBe 'again to nearly, the sanie height. , sis' oh' Monday,' but was tai...

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POET'S CORNER. A MIDNIGHT VIGIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

If POET'S CORNER. Ij -„.... A MmWIflHTmflTL ? ? - Syawok* is the dark of aisht't gioom and afaad*. . . : ? J'|r*tmithecouohofmTrest^hereon-we«UiIlaid, s !. lK'i«Jial»theriehWm^hMth«j»&-srtoffi«bowe«' ' I p»thi«wr4tatp^ «i«nBlnd^rith n*w-»w*ri C ' ? . f BuUi.tolJ*».ltttU]J ?w*''*' ~-'H«« «h»ti»r -n tsr: :- ? - ? kS^itrs^mitoVth.dft^t^tnlaYlrtfflr f KlEe^tal44oI BudniibttboT* Jit* trBinuloB* breast . ? IIWiE* Wrttftr^^fanmxisybnstirMs to.reat. , Itt^stfiMwwptaerbsWtbjTtHldYtywirte-,-. |n«a)M«^«Btgt-irn*iDe floOd'Uv^raiyqdew, tlMikasfc«aatii..««i»ra,wfcioheh-ireleaa»»«tUi: IWnir* hljrtlttriit tte clouds reign» queen gsm of .ih*night;- HDMsaTd w»» the chsiW glorious mifr.bf the Theiten, ?Bhk t*»to m*plt*ttrr*d wftKTt* higll glorWirfciTfcD-, '! lEra^faMtadthkmiiiiftmtft ?£*?»: ???: ?: ??^??'. ?????' ?IbMUiaa' rptvul/in t»«ciirs*ot»J-«iroajaiiDxrsc«u . ? ||««ith'..t& s-dr- of ,th««. htm»vTf5 tiehori«oo-eyot.di Wetijuins['ap fK.m tl.* depths of that'glorious throng. |KS^£^f...

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OUR NEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

OUR NEW MUNICIPAL dOUN(5lt, Thk contemplated visit of H.KH. the Duko of Edinbucgh,. uud the Municipal election.s, have lutelv divided 'tl»e attention of ^thai-Newcastle public between them. Wliethef'the latter topic is. worthy of so iimoli thought we leave it to our readers, te^tletarmine, but it is ut any rate worthy of Home consideratiou at our bauds, and we are willing to accord thosanie., ; Thero hits buonaome change in the component ' parts of our municipal machinery, aud we trust, it will work 'more smoothly for the future. We shall not now cA,|'ic^o uujr u^uuuiu iu w iiio ix;iubivn menus oi the gentlemen entitled to rule tho destinies of tlie citizens; no, we had rather ' bide a wee,' and , give 'each of the now councillors a, fuir tri^l, wherein his capabilities) as a civic statesman may .be, brought before us, and wherein, a Imo, we may see whether he abides by the promises that .gained him office. In one word, we will wait uud watch the honesty of our aldermen, uud. will ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

REG1STRE Jf»A/RTiTi0iJS, , ...., INTERNATIONAL LLOYD'S, TH E UN D F.RSIGN E^ H AVI Nfi been appointed AuaiitA tWPort ofNeiroMt*! .' REQISTM^^HITIME,' ^' INTKENAMOJ^rj LLOYD'S, ? ? ' ' ?' I ia now prepared to Sufiey tad Class Ships of »11 N»tioju ' on tlio most favorable terras. '? '', '' ' ''' '??' E. H. GRIEBSON, ' ''M. ? . . . 8cott.«trert. 9&~ N.B. -Tha abote Registry is being largely n& geuf rally arailfdr of, and a copy ot the: isms,' forth* -reiant yoar, can be inspected at Sir Grienon'a pSo» Scott-stroet. . ? ' luj ? : ??? '??? '?', ' — ?? ? ^ ? ? ? : — — . T-AClPrC FIRE AND MARINE IN'. Xr';.,8URANCE.'COMPAIfY,,OjI.SYDNEY. ... . . : ?? DlKB^fci: - . ? J. L. MONTEFIBtajJK&so. (Chairman.) H H. BEAUC/lAMPvli5;| J. R. YOUNG, Em. ? - HENRY.-PMNcTOsq. ' | k. B.- SMITH; k*fi A f~- — ? — ? ? ? . ? ? ! t Fire and ifari/e^ptGrances elTbcted at. Current BatM«#-\ : '''?/' Premium. ' '' ^'Ttf /Agent for Marine Branch, ? ? ' ?'»?»?' CHARLES F. STOKES * 00. Agent for...

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL; . Tho first meeting of the Borough Councilor, the transaction iof general business, took^pW.e on Wednesday evening, last. 'Present,., the Mayor.. (J. Hanuull, Esq.,) and Aldermen Bolton, , Win-, ship, Rodgers, Sparke, Chiqiinan, and Stokes. '. MIN0TK8. : Tho minutes of previous meetings , were reidy confirmed, and signed. . ' ' JL ; UESIONATION. * , The ft) Jiyor laid on the table the resignation of Alderman Brookes. The letter simply stated in' so many words, that Alderman Brookes resigned his seat'fromthat daw (Feb. 17.) ? ? ' « ? ? ( business. ? ? ' :' . i 'The Mayor drew' the attention of the aldermen to the 105th clause of the new Act, which pro vides that notice of all business be handed in tv the. Towu. Clerk, four days previous to the meet-'' ing at which it is' discussed. _ ' ? '*- '' ? ? C0BUE3POSDENCE. . ? '?-' ' . BCTSFENBIO.N OP THJD CITY SOLICITOIt. ' ' V | . The Mayor read^lB fallowing letter from th« CitytSolicitpr :~ - 'AA ;: :' Tobu'H'ori...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; and J. Corlette, Esq., J.P.; Wife Desertion. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wbdnesdat, Feb., JU, 1868. . ,,- , Before H; Scott, Esq., P. SI. ; ' and J. Corlette, Esq., J.P., . .' ?.',*-?. i ? Wife Desertion. . Richard Singleton was- chared with desurting his wife, Suiiih' Anii'Siiiglnton;- and leaving her without lawful mokns of support. A settlement was come to bctweon the plain tiff and defendant, that, he was, to allow his wife and child ren lfls. per week fora peribd'of six months. ' , ,-; : ;.. .-.- IiuUcent' Exposure. ..,,.: '? ? James May wns charged with committing thin offence,, in ITHtb-nilceb, uu blic iObU UUh, 1M1U Wl» aneu &V Of One months imprisonment. ' ? ?' ' ? , ' Drunkennt$a. . . . v Elizabeth Dalton, fdr being drunk in 'King-street, on the lltth iusc, was, sentenced to pay a fine of 20s. or seven days iugaol... . ., ;?? ... ,- ? -? -..??; ,..!, . -,-.. -. I ' . Tiling Intuiting Wordi. . ?'' ' ... Frederick Ztdska, wntermon, for u»ing intuiting 'words' in Markef-sfieet, to one Henry: Clar...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

l.»I£ ST ri_TJ_l II 0 E»C £. THKOUQH anEVILLK's TKI.Cr.HAM COMJ-ANT. / t ? sy'd'n~e y . '/' Thursday afternoon. Sir Dominick Daly, the Governor of South Aua ttalia, is dead. / (rbld has 'been discovered in small, quantities near Kiama. ' X - It is. reported that it has bBBn.fletermined by tho Government to abolish the oHaervanco of holidays on. whnt are cnllod Saints (lays. A Fancy bull in honor.bf H. R. H. Princo Alfred, is to co mu off at the Theatre on tho lOtli March. ' , It is stated that Mr. S. S. Dickaon, of Morpeth, 'appointed magistratoa, nnd .also that Mr. A If rod : Button, of. Newcastle, has received an appointment in tho Gonclrrtl Post Office. Arrangements are beinp made for a ' Blacks Co'rr9boree,' to take place in the Domain on thu ro turn of tho Prince from Queensland. , \- ArriraM— Zaphyr, from JFod Choo, and Goni from South Sea Islauds. ? ?' ' ? ' . Friday morning. The Sydnoy Harmonic Society, and 500 Public School children gave a grand concert in the Prince of Wal...

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THE WALLSEND DOCTOR. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

THE WALLSBND DOCTOR. To. the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle, ' Sill —About twelve mouths ago Dr. Pierce left Wallsend to go' home. When he went home there wan an agreement with Dr. Pierce, his brother Robert Picroe, and the minors of WalUcml, that there Bhould be a duly qualified medical ?practitioner always in attendance at the Wullsend Colliery. Well, Dr. Gilder was placed to look over us, but I am sorry to nay that he was often oalleil to Waratah and' Lamuton, and'wa, VValiaendors, were left, let happen what might, in the pit without a dootor ; aud for the lust three mouths, I may suy, that we have had no dootor at all. Yot, all this time, Dr. Pierce must have beon receiviqg about '£20 per fortnight. . But I think, he bncamo aah&mec at lust, and about a fortnight ago he said ho could not get, us a dootor, and that we must get one ourselves. I suppose it will be said that we ought to havo got a dootor ouruulves before. Yes,, I admit so; but then, wo had constuut pro mis...

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WRECK OF THE BRIG WOODLARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

v ., WRECK; OF THE BRIG AVOODLAUIC ?,; This fino vessel, of 231 tons, and under this command of Curtain .M'Uteuiens, urrivod in Sydney a short time back wish u caryo of timber from AuoltUnd. Haviim dUchartsul the gTonter jiortion of her enrgo, »he loft Syiltit-y, tor tlsis pott, on Tliurailuy ni^iit, ut ten o'clock', ulid when abreast of Newciistle she eucouiitered the full fores o: the iato (jrtlt!, iintl on Sundnv mornii!^, :it four o'clock, khe wu wrecked about eight miles K'mth of the Soul lluyks, nu.u- Port rStci-liciis. After remaining by the wieck'from Ruiidny to \V'ediie4diiy afteniooti, CHl-taia M'ClemeiiH leffthe scene of disaster tor this port, iu the ship's lungbuat, on Tiiui-mLiy liiot aiiij;. Cujitain AUan, lmrbour-niiister, .sjiwVijiliil-'H hajltspiiiu.dis tTiiico off tlio' harbour, nnd hnou'iu? ittolMiitstiMiigcbont ho vei-y liuniauely ut once, uiaiiiitchod the Ouurib.uu, sctiuiuer, to tQwr-ifc in,' siiil tlie sliiiiwreukod ciow .vpi-o liruught nlong»iilo the wliurf ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. APPROPRIATION OF THE RATES FOR THE RECEPTION OF PRINCE ALFRED. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

LETTER, TO THE EDITOR. 'APPROPRIATION OF TflE RATE3 FOR THE REOEP TION OF l'RINCK ALFRKD. To the Editor of the Neioautle Chronicle. Sin— As I am a considerable ratepayer, I shall objeot to any of the rotes of thn city being oxpended on the arrival of the Prince, ns it would only be a mere mockery compared with other pluces. Let the money he expended for the purpose for which it was collected. I shall give my reason for so doing. I have two allotment* situated ut the corner of Pacilic und King streets. The one I reside on I um rated at £4 l0.i per annum for tho last nine yonrs, which amounts to iMO 10fi. : the aue on the ounoaita side of tha dtraat I tuvv at tlie rate of £5 8s. per annum, making the sum of £R0 2a. fur these two allotments during the time ths city has been incorporated. ' Not one shilling haa been expended nn l'acilic-btroet during that time, although it was so much required to keep the sand from destroying the city. The fences to protect the drifting of the sand were...

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TOTAL LOSS OF THE BRIG ESPERANZA. TEN LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

jeOTAL/LOSS.'OLM'HE 'BK-IG ESPEBIaNZ'A. ^-»% TEN LIVES LOST. „ ?' It i«'ourpninfiil-.luty't6hava to ieoor.1 tho loss of another Josfiol on the count, during the late heavy pils, wit'u the lalnndiuly loss of ton livo.i, ineluiling-tljB c.-ipfcuin oi tlie Bcsel, hw'wife. and child. ? The tVjtal number of souls on I nl iemiIihMI1 WIT Tlllll Tllli' IIIH I' II ll|Uil I -illlli dis tressing Isle. Th i- iiiiwistja—tiigniiii'' i-Qiiman, imniral l'utur 1'uM. arrived in Kcwciuitte on Wednesday aftcnioou, nliont fiiur.o'cluck, unil. from him wo obtained Uia(faHi]iarf;i(!u!uii!- of iJiU'heiirti'cniliug dislistt;-. Wo give the account in the mini's own words, ' ' ' ??-:'; . NAKU.VTIVE OF THE BUUVIVon. ~\Yc sailed from NowoasUo ou Wciliiamluy Inst, ntnoon- onnl-liutau,- bound for JItflbourno. We had a fair wind nnd favourable weatiier, and Kighted ciydnuy light £!iu sa'iio m'gli t. On Thuisdiv lnorniiiK, nbmit top' o'clock, the wind shifted to the southwa'rd, more off the lmKtv.. Wjt contintuul t...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. I Thb Election tor' Honkyhucklb Ward. — The day fixed for the nomination of a can'didato (in the room of W.. Brookes, Esq., resigned), for this ward, is Saturday, 7th March, at noon. We would re ! mind ratepayers that, in accordance with the 66th ! section, of . the Municipalities' Act, ' At least 1 se'/en days before tlie day of nomination, a doou ment, signed by two electors, with the name or names in full of the candidate or candidates they wish to propose, with, tlieir occupation and resi dence, and with, similar particulars respecting the two electors, must be sent in, in .writing, to the Returning-Officer. ' Tub Coal Arch.— The arch of coal how being erected on thu wharf for the occasion of U.K. H. the Duke of Edinburgh's visit, is being rapidly pro ceeded with, the wood frame' is near completion, and some. of the large, blocks of, coal were expected to arrive this day (yesterday.) An actual commence ment in stacking the coal will be made on- Monday pext. ' ' ?'?....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

flPPI^G |NTEi.jpGENqp. |L_...PORT. 0E2^E\WASTLErrr~rr..rr Ml, '.. '. ARRIVALS. ' ' ? ?L--*-» ?.'?'.? -'?'.. Vkr.. 10. ' ' ?tie Kdly, sell., 145, Koae, from Brisbane, 14th iust. lfw«ii«oe, agent.— -.-.-—?. ? -;r.. ??--» :r±r-.' «--*- ?» Fun. 20. ?Inn, brig, 195, Lane, f rcm Nelson.- C. F. Stokes and liter LUy, brig, 263,'GaUot», from Molbournei Captain;^ it Yangs (s.), 474, Cflarkjfcm Sydney. IV. H. WKyte,!; Btory, brig, 250; WaHdey, I romty-dehude, With* 20,000. Tm. CT. Howiaon. u-rent. ? : V ? ? JjilMrifora, bq., 430, II 'Eachcrn, from Melbourne. G.Tiewi-. ill *n? brig,. 185, Hughes, from BullerHiver.' G. MljT^ml? IK WmBL bq.. f.01, l'leace; from Wallaroo. G. llewi mk n*3^m:-- ? « ????? V- ? ?? : '?''-'--' AH bolS^pifri, ship, 359, Brown, from Melbourne. E. iM Hghing Water, bq., 410, Tay%, from the Friendly Vim ds. i.. F. Stokes and' Co., kfe-onte. ? ??'?'? ' - , , ;jfW ionta, ship, 021, Barnesou, fromWaJhroo.. G. Howl-: lift '''vW. 283- Mo°?»t from Hokitika. ' .0. Tully and Sljjfl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM. NAVIGATION COMPANY. ' steam to. symrfz'r. lib* HOBPKTH, Captain JWdj^TUESDAY and i-.'. --?? :. FRIDAY Hoxpfa. -i%» CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Svxmuuuol, ? - .WEDNK8DAY «nd SATURDAY Morning .. /,. ' ??? ''??;???? : GEORGE TULLY4 CO.. Agenta. ?^v;..,,,;.'. „ ' ? ? -—— HanUr Birer New Steam Havigatta . r.,,.,^ . .... COMPANX. . -- ..' ? .. ... . ? . ?-*; ''?;??? BETURN TICKETS. ' ? iljiioiw1 this~'date, return ?J/. -,,TIC1CKTS will ba issued, available for on* week, -*- JMiwgiri by any of Uie il.Rj^iS.N. Company'* I^F ltfntti«ninrt. *t thn fnljfjTnj- rntsi - . l-'Jf ?Saloon ?'. ?/'£/( - . - «S«. ' ' . I*''''.' 'fHaarago ? f.-f .... 16*. . X George TULLY * co. . NawcastU, Fab. 19, 1808. ? ? '. ? 415 Banter Biver New Steam Navigation ? ? '? '.??? i; ' ? COMPANY. ' '.'? fn H E S T E A M S H I P ' i.4*..:... MpSPETH, Geo*,OK B udd, Esc[^}pjAmB-ler, will be despatched from Sydjfejj^tnelVENING of ',4th March nedftaaluvey v .^ K..Jff.)TJHE DUKf O^EDNIBUBGH, '?HIS.EICHL...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINIGS. FEB. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

INSOLVENCY P RO C E EDINBS. Vtrn 1« ? ^.^^h0^ Thompson, of Pitt-street; Sydney, gentleman. Liabilities. £297 9s. 3d., of whioh JBf2 17».; 6d. is scoured. Assets, £3fi 15s. 2d. v ,'. Jojm I'eiBley, of Orange. Liabilities, £7010 0s. Id., of which £6154 12s. Od. is seeured. Asset»,£3620 15s. 7d. .

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NEW ZEALAND. STARTLING INTELLIGENCE. GREAT FLOODS AND DISASTROUS WRECKS. FEARFUL DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

N E W. Z E ALAND'. STARTLING INTELLIGENCE. CHEAT FLOODS AND DISASTROUS WRECK8. FJCARFtH. DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. By the barques Cnmille, and Anne, which arrived in port ye.sterdny, from New Zealand, the former from Auckland, the latter irotn Bluif Har bour, we mo put in possession of papers contain ing the moat startling intelligence that has been received .from New Zealand for a considerable length of time. From tho news to hand it would appear tlmt the whole Province of Canterbury ha* hem visited .with tnoHC disastrous floods und storms, resulting in the loss of a ? considerable number of lives, sevor.il vessels, and a fearful Autnmih nf npiirmrf.v on limri. fTrnni fr.liA Stnnlhlrtir/l Jfmog, of the 8th February, we take the following telegraphic summary, which was despatched from ? Duuudin on tho previous day : — ? There have been very heavy floods all over the Province. They commenced on Monday. ? Dune din streets in many parts were flooded, causing great damage. ? Three bridge...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

?{ WES T . MATTLa^ND.' '?-'' ' i : ' '?' Frotii'the ttercury'.' ''. ''.''''? ? '.' ' 'Fjitax'Acoidbnt.— A little boy.'.of tiwi years' 6ld,i named Stephen Cantwell; ft son of Mr.' Pierce' Cjint-' well, of Morpeth, mat with his death yesterday .morning,, under i the 'folio wing circumstances:— It' ap Dears that, at the rear of the new stores ndw in .course of, erection for Messrs. Campbell and. Co., a pit ha» been excavated whioh is intended for a tank ; this the lato rain has filled with water, and the boy was yinyiuy; uii im mum, auu snppea in. xneapiosn canted by his fall' was heard by a man in the neigh bourhood, but he paid no attention to the circum 'stance, but going near tho pit in about half an hour,; observed a cap floating on the surface of the water, and at once divined that an accident had taken place. The services of a little boy named Swan ware pro cured, and upon diving he brought' up the body of the poor' boy, but life was extinct. Accident to a. Building.— A passenge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

— ?' 'v-.'.- ;???:-, ?.?,???.? ;:. v . ~**™$'iBI THE MOST MABVEmpUS DISCOVEBY IN if SI III OIAIj SCIENCE. .y 4II SOTFHluyo LONGER. ' ' 91 GURE TOUftSjjELF BY THE NlftjH r -Electro S.u,mNio Ihpbovbd Patimt ? 8ixr.ll 3MB JUstinq CobattA'A/pmanci:, for the relief and ciiH(; b| «rorjr description orsnnstitutional debility, whether arU 'fll from disease* of indiscretion, or »ay other ea.xue.-l ''JV 411 Particulars lent free on application by letter, prepaid to I III Lionel. Elliott, Cleveland Hoiue (dear Lansham Chun -MM Kegent-ntreet, London, V7. ? '''/9I Also, Dr. L Elmo-it's SPECIFIC and TTNFAIUHO i jH medics for Infectiot, namely hli J enertnl or PwrlfgingKt 'ill — Tonic Alterative Mixtnre— Detergent Wash; alto,'* Hll Gleet, 4o., the Sedative Excellent Mixture, ''-ill N.B.— Partieii resident out of Great Britain may Iuw»n 'ill the above, with the neceuary adjunot» and direction* )(??? Self Treatment isnt to any part of the world ; «f from 1 1MB Agent for Sydney, Sir. Wilkinson, Hunte...

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COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

'O.OAI.1. . Owing to the tempestuoiu itate of toe weather a-t the eomnieuceinent of the week, aud to the fact of two of our piU being prevented from working., the shipment of coiilt has not boen so large as it otherwise would liuw; been. -The bertha alongaitlo the Whilrf har* continued fully occupiod and the lighters also have , been busily employed. Next week should the weather, continue h'nu, wu shall have' » large export to show. Thd'arrivala of shipping have been in.exceat of the departures, nmt hud it nut been for the late g.uea an Jayerage trade, would have hern cv.nied on. Th« export of.co.il, however, reaches an average quautity, beiug 11,434 tons, of which 20S0 were, for Sydney, 2421 for Mel bourne, 04C for South Australia, 18.0 for New Zealand, 251 fur Omaru. 785 for Hongkong,. 707 for Batavia, 1578 lor Bombay, and 543 for atuauiei-ii and home consumption. Export of Coal from tho Companies' Official Returns, for the week ending aUnd Feb:, 1WS :- - - v' ?.???'' ?'??' .-,4 '...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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