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

? MINML ; ? '-?'.? We have had a large share of the last rain, and though it looks a' little clehr at' present,, it is far from 'being settled ; yet withal,' the works have not stood still, and it is everyone's earnest wish1 we may have s- continuation of the present prospect. We trust the farmers will not suffer from an overflow of water on their flnnd. . Tanks, reservoirs, and casks, show no appearance of the long continued drought we had to suffer from so long. , 4 ? The general health appears very good here, and seldom anv. coses of serious illness, which' we have 'great reason to be thankful for. ' / : , ' : ' The funeral of the! late' Mrs. Brottoll j the eateemed ? wife1 'ot' our1 much respected' baker, .' left fysre for* Hexhsin, and then by' train for East Maithihd' last .week.-; i ??! ?????? .: ?? ? ?:? ???'? ?? - ?: ?? ?' ?' ?? ' , Wewere sorry to. see through your. Wallsend cor respondence, that the Rev. Mr. Nairn is an invalid.1 : We had; received no notice pf. it here, ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

;pi strict NtfeWS. ;; [fbum our corbespond«st». I '? '''' : WALLSEN.D.:: ' i'.' i ? I stated in my List that the miners and others held a public meeting on Monday night for the1 pur pose of electing a medical gentleman.' After the names had been taken for the different candidates, it was moved—' That the meeting adjourn until the following morning, on account of the rain;' This being carried into effect, many went home dis satisfied, because the cundidute which they voted ' for had not been successful. However,' on the following morning, at tho time appointed, the horn began to sound all over the place, a sign that the attendance of people is wanted for some purpose or other. Shortly before ten o'clock in the forenoon' vssw v**«««ia- ??*-«*** uviiiMiuuweu vug uuaitioaa \Jk viio uiuat' ing. Many expected tlmt the state of thepoll'wouh be the first business that would come before them,; but this was not to be the case, several resolutions being first put and carried, and among others,...

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

S Y V .V K V . A1UIIVALS. Feb. ia— Firo King (s.l, 171, from the Manning Hirer, i:ith and Vort Stephims. ISth inst. ; Saxonia (s.), ^48, from lluckha't'iuit-ju, ll'th inst. ; Jvinuin, sell , l-iii, from Koochow, lUth J)oc. ;^ou Yiings (n. j; 474, from Melbourne, 14th inst ; Maid of JaiUh, ship, lUiTi, trom the StaxVl'oint. 21st Nov.-; Meliiiiii*. sell.1, l()0, iVoin Torres Stniifli; Uallina (s.), 180, retnrnud to port. ' ' ? V.V \ Feb. 10. -(iuolneriiiit;{s.).-i45l frdinCloveiundBayfinGlad Btone and i'ort Denioiu : Cl-4ninc» (s.). a 19; from JJrisbiyje, li'thijist. ; lfalohithn(i(.i, £12, fiam .via ry borough, 15tJ»Wst. ; Jajenio, soh. J(Rl, from Turruainrnits; JieiuwLJiq.^1!^, from JjHelaidi, 2jm ult.-j 7i(uu«mii (^lou^ttK\riil, from thu T'ijia : AijJKena, Vte\j0FvHr steauM^ 4 guns, from New CttleiluiaE, 12tU inst. ** '-, DHPAimiRss. Fob. 18.— Sir Robert Wiile, for London ; Airedale (s.), for Hoiiitika.; Claud. Hamilton \U.), tor Auckland; City of Jins!uiie(s.J, for lSiialiano. '? ...

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STRANDING OF THE ESMERALDA SHIP, FROM LIVERPOOL, NEAR PORT STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

i -.;.??= : ! rTV. 'V . -,'..- ?\\ S-HRANDtNGOF THE ESXlKRALDA' SHIP, F110M T LIVERPOOL, NEAR PORT STEPHENS. Greafblccitehient was 'bivnled in'tho city, between elcvori' and twelve o'clock on Wednesday morning last, by 11 report th-t the K9moial(la, a large' London ship, hid gono nsliura on'Lnng Island, near Port jStepHehfi. Numerous wore tlie cuquirio.-iaa to tho' p'reoisfl Rititntib^ £^ Lrmg IhIiuuI, tho sizo^ of itlie^shiii, .the nuturo.of hereaigj.Xnda host of otljcfr mattora, jiniiii a short tiniovjuito alojj-wiUiad collected in thd nnghnburhbod of the'Ciutoni House, linxiou's to learn tha truth of the repoi-t, and glaau tdl the informutiou they coijld fplativo'to tho'\vrock. We ascertained soon after the ruaiouV was in circulation' that it was . correct, and thi(t ii' tolegiain', uiiunnupin; the disaster, had been receive/I .iby! the Collector -oi OustpniB, J. Corbett,' . Esq^ On! applying . to . that gentletnoh ,&r infinmation, we ytelft cciurkonsly told that tlw''^ex...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Tup Rev. Lovicx Tyruell. — This gentleman stil lies in a dangerous state, though no perceptible alteration in hia condition' appears visiblo ainco Friday night. Hib removal into town must neces sarily be deferred for some little time ; but, having in viow reports that are current, we have pleasure in suying that the -settlor's house that gives the sufferer shelter ia a very comfortable habitation for the bush, and that Mr. Tyrrell is surrounded by his friends who are. enabled to obviate any little dis comforts that do not immediately arise- from hia enforoe'd stay-in a bush house. — Mait land Mercury. 'Deplorable Ionoranob. — A caae of assault camo - on at the Police Office on Tuesday lust, in whioh un old man named Giles, from. Pitt Townw wiis proao cutor. Before giving evidence he waa oaked by the defendant's attorney if he knew the nature of an oath. After a pause, he said' ho didn't.' ' Can you say the Lords's prayer t' ' No.' By the Bench: ' Have you uny notion of...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. BURT AND CO.'S LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

COMMERCIAL A.'^D SHifPlNO INT£LLia€N CE.f !' BURI-'AMD' CO.'S LIVE STOCK REPORT. ? Fat CsttIe:-^-Th(rnfitnberto hand thfaweek'wssratn«rihj excess of ronuivements, and the result wiu that priori receded a little,. Quotations for prime beef are from 17s Od. to 20s. $ lOrtlhs. ?' ' -' ' ? -~*^V '? ' ' Cnlv)«i. ^-Wo liave disposed of oey-nrlTm'nll lota from IDs. ; ;to 35s. # head ? , . .Vj*»~*'' !i. ' ?' ? ? ? ,-#?*''' -7s*''''' .???-?'-? .?'.'-.. .-...- - - ?« ?JF*5t Slio«j-.— Thii class of stock also exitteded tho demand, anA;lt wiii with dUUcitlty th«t the varioiiii lots woru ili*po»o.l of. » A redaction of Kbout Od^t* hca3 ou prime. lots took )ilaco. Wo quote, prime wotii.ira fiom 8«. to 8». Od. Our ulenhavo been a lot from OoUaroy.- ? — ~ — ? ? ? Limlw.-In active demand, and mo readily sold at from 10s. to 14s. Wo sold threo batches ut above quotations. FiiKiQHTH. — NotwithstaniUns many of uur large coutracta fdr-the Kast hare.-.baen partially fnfttllcd.-the domandfor freight* ia n...

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SONS OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

SONS OP TEMPERANCE. A meeting of the committee appointed by the Day Dawn Division of the. Sons of- Temperance, to, curry out the necessary arrangements in con nection with the demonstration on the occasion of Prince Alfred's visit, was held held at the resi dence ? of Mr. G. W. Taylor, on Monday evening last. . The draft of an address to. he nreaeut ed to the Duke, was submitted the meeting,. and after a few' alterations .adopted, and orJeied to be printed on satin. . It was stated ut the meeting that the. use- of the Grand Divison banner. had been obtained for the oceadon. , After traiisucting other : routine, business, the committee adjourned, until 'Friday. evening.

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

' ' M K-l^B Trft'R N E . ' ' ? '____«^»**'^.. AKHIVAI.S.' '' . J'eurTT. — William Ackers, anil Ann, from Newcastle. ? ' HKPAIITIJHES. ? ?'??*'. Feb. 18.— Galatea,' for Newcastle ; Mistletoe, for Foo chow Foo, and Amoy,,for HoiigkonA.vi'i;. Newcastle. , .WjiECK OF THE Slirt- EOHUNOA AT NAPIEB.— It 13 our puinluTduty to bave,to rp'oord tho, total wreck of tho ship ICchungn, wliich4;c^l: placoat anViirly hour yesterday iiiorh ing. Ou Sunday a*s'ffr6Ufpbrei-zia sprang up from the north cast, accompanied by heavy squills of itiiu which, as the day wore' on, increased to a gale, bringing with it a heavy sea. On Sunday night, in conwyuence of the appearance of the weather, the chief officer,' in' the temporary absence of Cap tain Knight, had cablo paid out and yards pointed— taking all precaution in hia* power. As, tho night advanced, the gusts becAmo more severe and thcs'on heavier— ths forecastle of- tha shij) being at times under water. She held'on; how over, till iioiirfoiir o'clouk.wh...

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

Holloway's Ointment' and Pills. — Palpitation — Shortness of Breath — Dropsy. — This last-named disease is commonly preceded by irregular action of the heart and difficult respiration, which symptom* ate always severo, and ever go frbm'biid £6' worse, unless proper means of cure are resorted to. Ill Holloway's unrivalled ointment and pills the drop Bioal patient will ever find Buccour. The preaent relief derived from the use of these remedies ia marvel lously 'quick, and perseverance in 'the steady appli cation of this noble 'ointment invariably results in a Luting and Batiafaotorycure. They act with' sufch energy on the biroulatioh and absorbent ayBte'm - thai the drppsicaifluid vanistiea, and thesufforeriJndaftU thepppreMiye;s3fmptoin8.d»U.y:deoUne till natural health returns, . ?-..-., .., ....-....? i.- ?:?? '..' :

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 February 1868

DEATH.     LYALL. — On the 17th instant, at Sydney, Mr. JAMES LYALL ship carpenter, native of Leith, Scotland, and late of Newcastle, aged 43 years. 439       The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1868.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

FRENCH MEDICINES,. mSPAUKD BT OBIIAULI AND CO., Chemists to U. I. If. Prince Napoltan, Parte. Theat different mecticinen represent the most recent medical discoveries, founded on the principles of olio iiuntrr and thornpoutica. They must nut bo confounded , with secret or quack medicines, m« their names luflici ontly indicate theii composition, a circumstance which has emmed them to b« appreciated and proscribed by the faculty in th»'whol« world. They widely differ from thosa numerous modicinu advartued in the publio papon u able to cure every possible diieote, ai they ara applicable only to but a very few complaints. The moot ?tnngen.t laws exist in l'rance with regard to the late of medical preparation!, and only thoie which havo undsr Ifoue an exmnination by the Academy of Medicine, and bare been proved efficacious, either in the Uoapiiuli, or in the pructico of the first medical men, »r» authorised by tha Government. This fact mint be a guarantee for the ?zcellenoy of limn. Griu...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

GENERAL NEWS. Governor Daly's Death. — The greatest gloom prevails throughout the colonyat Sir D.Daly's death, as he was deservedly popular. Both daily papers have articles eulogising his career as Governor here. The body is to bo privately removed to the Roman Catholic Cathedral at nine o'clock on Saturday, when Requiem High Mass and office for tht» dead will. bo celebrated. ' At two o'clock a public funeral will take place at West Terrace Cemetery. There will be no carriagea, but all will walk. It, is to be on such u toale as will exnress the colony's esteem for tho deceased. The public offices aud all the banks but the Union are advertised to dose. Lieutenpht Colonel Hamley issued a Quzttte extraordinary last night, announcing with deep regret the Governor's dea».h. Colonel Hamley was to have been sworn in us Acting-Governor at noon, but he postponed it till' four o'clock, not liking, as it is stated, to take upon, himself the responsibility. until receipt of telegrams from head-...

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SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

SHOCKING TRAGEDY- AT'.iiNGAPORIp. -; : lYom'tke^nePraii'ja^i. ' i ' ' A moat shocking tragedy nas occurrea on ooaru the' Navarino, a British barque, which left our anchorage about six o'clock in the morniug for Hongkong. We give the particulars as nearly as we can gather thera,but ot course do not pledge ourselves to the correctness of more than the pri mary facts. It seems that the mate took :th'e' ves- sel out, and that both he and -the. second mate were ' drunk' at breakfast .time, and the captain asleep in' Ins cabin; that at about, half-past eleven o clock, tlie second inate Deing in cuarge oi mo deck, ordered eight bells to be struck, and then went below, woke the captain up, and asked hint to have something to eat, and then went into tho first mate's cabin and turned him up They both then came into the cabin,- und in the course' of conversation with the captain, the latter said the inate. was drunk ; that the pilot had told him (the captain) 'so, and said he (the pilot) was a...

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HINDRANCES TO MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

.... ^j^pj^fqjg^ j,Q ma^r£Age. 'I . ' ' From thi Queen and Lady's Kctctpaptr. ! I .'We1 learn', from recently published statistics, | that of the women existing in the country at tho present time, over two hundred and thirty thou sand can never hope to enter into the holy estate of matrimony. The fact is that, as the manners and cuBtoma of England stand at present, these women — ready and willing as they may be— cau- not be married, because there .-are no men for them, and Moruionism, in its mutrimoniul prac tices,' does not obtain among us yet. But' we are LUHfiier imuruieu tiiuu tins uuuiuci, wi^d na-w -ao, represents only those who cannot by any possi bility be married, not at all those who might bo married, but are not To reach the numbers of this army, we must add a million . to the already mentioned thousands, and then we shall be able to appreciate the number of. women among 'us who are still left 'to braid Saint Catherine's tresses.' ? . ??? Now, what is the cause of all thi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

. . .' ,)B» Doitnrio Diiy. — The late Governor of South -Australia was the son of Mr. Dominic Daly, a t gentleman of property in the county of Gal way, ; ' 'and nephew of the first Lord Wallscourt. ? Ho was bom. in 1788, and, consequently, was aoventy years .... of-.ageat the time of his death. He married at the ' age of twenty-eight, and shortly afterwards-entered . upon official life in the Colonial administrstioh. In * 1829, he was appointed to the office, of secretary to ' ; the province of Lower Canada, whicn he retained for ' eleven years.. He ben became see'rotarjr to the United Provinces of Canada and 'filled that office bom I860, to 1848. During the period of his hold-' . ing- these positions in Canada he was employed by , the local Legislature on several important missions, ? and the lnanricr-ih which his official life was regarded by the HomeGovernment was such as in 1852 to pro cure him the appointment of Lieutenant-Governor of the islajid of Tobago, whence in 1866, he w...

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THE CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

./ THE ClVUi-'^KRVICJB: ^1 A oop deal of truty«d a, good deal of^Kiense .uis^ng placed hJR-e tju?, public o^rfew South W&lea now-ajpys .njfli teferey'to our' civil Tier vice. J«yduer cortternj^lrayr is devoting .column aTOr column to the subject and is sturdily j arguing for the adoption in this .colony' of some such regulations as our Melbourne friends' enjojl .That the. Victorian Hystem is superior to that ofi our own Govemment»wej:cannot but admit. Ip ' Victoria there 'are yn 'classes of Government clerks, the tempbrniy .aod Uie permanent. The staff of the former fluctuates in' accordance with the various emergencies that may arise for extra ?work.1 In ifiis; temporary denartmnnr. »' vnnf.r. may be taken on without undergoing any pre liminary yo^nniinutioo, or ..subscribing . to other forms than those which appertain to the Govern ment department of Ney South Wales. Theru, . as here, a pati-onage^md political iufluence com bined go far to. bbtuiii the\*wpirAnt's denire. H...

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BALANOR SHEET OF THE HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

? ' BiiAKCB 8h««-opthb'.Hobtbb RrvKB New St'kah : Natioation CourjLMT. „ ??'?.! ' Dr. ? ? ?' ' 1868- Jan. 3V '{ .-..'?.-?, To Capital paid up. ? ..£55,000 0 0 . Commercial Bank..... ? .......... 5,76015 9 Sundry creditors . ..........;....;..... .r ? 2,720! 4 7 Unclaimed dividend account ? 916 7 -$ . Undividodprofita ...............£4,000 17. .8 .. ? ? * Iitas amount applied to reva-'; ' - ; ? : loaUon ? : ? ..........'2,353 9 1 ?? . ,.' ?';'::? ?'?w-v-v' ?' ' '.:, v, ;-'.;-«~ — — - 1,647 8' 7 ;.;:::v;.,^^|a^'ioM.'...-;..,..,;...:....,'..'..,.;...v....'. 6,792 5 10 ';' «:K v'i' ?''?? --;:\- ;fk-'£f ???,'?- ri _' '?;'. .'£72,833 2 3 ''?'. 'Or. ' . : ?',.:', ^iMo^J*»U;31at ? ' 1 -.-?? ?????. ByBhlpBroperty ? ...m.; ? .£50,132 0 0 ? ,,ljmdel Property and LeSibolda ? - 8,816 ,20 ? ? Maria* Stores, -Engineer's Tools, aid Fur- .'' ' ' ,, nituwL *c.................:.V... ? !'. { 2,371 14 6 Goods in Transit .....;............ ? 'V '850 10 4 Cash in hand, and debts due to the Com- ?: ? ? :.'...

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NEWCASTLE BGROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

. NEWCASTLE B^KQJ^Gil 'COUNCIL. * The above body met pursuant to adjournment, in the Town Clerk's office, on Monday afternoon last, at four o'clock. ' Present — the Mayor in_the chair, and Aldermen' Winship, Sparke, Jtudgera, Bolton, Chapman, and Stokes. ..? ? MINUTES;--* The minutes of th» p~raviouR meeting having been read by the.Town Clerk (Mr. J. Burrowes) we're cotttirmed'and signed. ' ' ., ? .. -'''* CORRESPONDENCK. -.?????'* ? LKTTEB FKOU litl.ri.nnn c The Town Clerk read a letter from Mr. Flood, addressed to 'the Mayor and Aldermen, asking ' for payment of an account amounting to jBI 6 10s., thtrty-«»«vday8i at 10s. a 'day, and it guinea for ;-the performance ot^lection dutiea,__AiiflF a ; brief consideration tflje^Council decided to writ* ;'*?» '.Mt Flood, caHjug upon him ;taV,prbducb vouchers, and to gi-t hM claim endorsed: by the late Mayor. The.Town Clerk was instructed t* , communicate with Mr. Flood to that effect. -? i THE mvmvmv nv DliPDinr.[imnnii . '^ The Mayor lai...

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HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

? ?* HUNTER-RIVER NEW. STEAM.! NAVIGATION COMPANY. -. I The thirty.Grst half-yearly meeting of the ?bore Company was held yesterday afternoon, at the Wharf, Morpeth, when the following report of the -Directors was read by the Chairman, B. Lee, jun., Esq., and unanimously adopted : — ? Beport of the Directors of the Hunter River New Steam Navigation Company, for the Half-year ended 31st January, 1868. The directors submit to the proprietors the follow ing statement : — - ? ? ? ' ? '???£??«. a/ Tba nro&U amount to..... ? :...;.........:!.. . «6,792 5 10 Which the directors recommend to be -p- ' — wropriated as follows :— ' ? ? ' ? To depreciation of ihip and other property ? £2,353 9 1 To dividend at tlie rate of 10 percept per annum ? 2,750 0 0 ' UMnga-iiaUneeof ? .. ? £1.683 16 9 Tk* andivided profit* per lait itatement, lei* 'dividend then declared, amounted to ... .4,000 17 8 And the balance of undivided profits, after providing for depreciation and payment ' or. umaeua- n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

SALES JBY AUCTION. I ? . . '.'.'. 'tot Positive Sale. . I Thutrbeanfifnl Villa Beridence at present occupied by G. I .Gi^DjtKlt.Esq., 'situated -at the corntrof »«w- I ... » comeri and TyrellstreoU;'Commandinir an aninter- I rupted' vibW' of the Ocean, the Hunter stiver, and I ?surrounding1 district. ?? Th(rsituationis Considsre* I one of the most delightful and' healthy in the whoU I ? district. ' ;. . ? . ? ? i- ? I ' Terms, Jloderat*. 'i' ???'' r I M' R, W. K. Ii'oCHH.EAP I ? has been favourpd-»ttb. Instructions, to, sell by I I',' private cofitract: (' I The above, w.ell-knownfand(yaluabl« PROPERTY, which I is situated at tne junction of Newcomen and' I Tyrull streets, hanfli a frontage 'to the' fbrmaf- I Btreotof 00 (mi, and yoyo Tyrellatreot. I The improTemWit/_coj(aiBt of a good: substantial. I brick House, of five rooms and hall. The verandah. I extends along the south and east sides. At the. back I . tlierujs a dataohed kitchen and pantry ; also, detached I stables and othe...

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