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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. MOMDAY, FEB. 24, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esquire, P.M. [?] Chaff. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. - Monday, Fkb. 24, 18fi8. '» Before H. Scott, 'Esquire, l«iM. ' JBamav. Chaff. This wns nn actioi/to recover the sum of £3 16s. .for medi cal attendance. Tire defendant diil nob'appear. The plain tiff's cusp was provod by Mr. Gillies,' who stated that the defendant had repeatedly promued to pay the amount. Verdict for plaintiffs £4, including ousts. ' . Harri* v. O. Mayo. This was an action to recover the sum of £S 6s. , for medi cal attendance. Thu was a case of precisely tho sanit charac ter as the previous one. Verdict for plaintiff, £2 10s. 6d, R. M'Connell r. (f. Mayo. . ? ? ' This was an action to recover the sum of £3 5«.,formonoy l-nt. The defendant did not appear. The plaintiff swore the money was due. and that defondnnt had refused to pay him. Verdict for tho plaintiff, £3 5a. / ' . fLPicratv. 8. BaR,-. No appearance of parties. C. Broadhtad- v. Iftiiry Sttptuni. ThU was on aotfoi to'Vewrnr tb,e sum of Si 13s. yd. Verdict fgr pWnttS, £8 ?s, lOJd. T ' ; ...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

. WEST MA ITL AND. 'ji. ?, From. th4 Mtrcury. - ? .JvSbnpino a Threatening Lkttib. — On Friday, ?t'theSatt Mnitland polioe court, Wiljiam Nicholson,' junior, wm ?ummoned by John Mayo, under the charge of haring sent him a threatening litter. . Mr. H. O'Meagher appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Stratfort for the dafendant. The writing, despatch,, and receipt of the letter were fully proved by the evidence of the prosecutor, and of- » clerk in Mr. O'Meaghor's office, before whom Nicholson had ad mitted having sent the letter. The thrcata referred to a gambling transnotion alleged to have taken place between the parties* and wero to the affect that Mayo'a part in the transaction would be exposed unless a sum of money was returned. At the time the letter was written Mayo held the defendant's dishonored promissory noto, fuv moneys lent at the time of the occurrence Tofuried to, 'and in the cross, examination o{ the plaintiff as to the incidents of the gambling meeting, « complete contr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. FEB. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

shippw&|ntei1igen#. i If ????. ®m...lm. 3**. ?:.???? .?* . t !?? -__— 5P?''? 5?. -??w.CAST*i.1!5' ~ _~ l-.-Srr-rr.?- abbivals. ?? . - I ?It'..* ...,.?',.? -t »*? 5t. : S . . iAMsiulre, fch., 1M, Edit, from Oeelong, 14th init. Cap | . ^fe«S^ioK.^Mi2, ITJoTibliotv from' AdeWa^T 6th lostf I .Jt. H. Gnerton, agent. \- Southern Cro*v *ch,, 168, Mitonald, from Melbourne, I 11th, iiut, ? R. BT.' Grieraon-^geut. ? , . „ I ^AxUSEb', French bq., 3loy Drotieau, from Melbourne, 7th P- *ttt'4K F. Stoke* and Co.. agenta. f I ? i . ? Fbb.,-22. I X, JJlackbird (????). Ml, SaweUj from Sydney. B. B. WaU [ . Agne«Irnn4(i.), Creer. from Sydney. W.K.Lochhead, I .-?Ksiull, sen:, 122, Rogen, from Auckland, 12th init;, with I CatbJeja/ahip, 790, Patrnon; from Melbourne, 14th ioat £ C.Fi Stoke* ana Co., agent*. ..-?». L . jjallina (?.). Lakie, from Sydney. W.K. toohhead, agent. E ''^EmR bq., 279, Parkmai, .from Melbourne. 18th inat f '. KKWallaoe. agent \ *- '';'«? fc iVsoiuda*, bq.,270. Fleck, (m*£...

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

YJUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM JlI ? yAyiGATiyf-eycPAXY. STF.A M TO^Y DX ET. Tk. VOBPKTII, Captkin b\d, TUESDAY aud XM »' ifBIDAVJWinc*. ?Tk« CITY OF NEWCASTLE. Captain Suumkkbem., ? 'WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Morning. rp GKOHGE TULLY A CO.. Ag»nt«. Wmnter Biver New' Steam Navigation COMPANY. '. ' ' ' return' tickets. ,,:„?. ? -ri-R 6 m' 't hjsXdatb, Return J7 'TICKETS will Jin lamed, available for on* week, to pa**«Btfer*.by ?nyStlLo H.U.n;s.N. Company's ? int-d*** steamer*, at ^he- foUayiug -rates : — '' .Saloon- - ^Wv' . . ?- 28*. ? Steerago ? - . T» - - - ? Iu*. GEORGE TULLY k CO. ; ? '?' ffewcastlo, Feb. 19. 1868. ' ? *' .- Hunter Biver New Steam Navigation COMPANY. mHE STEAMSHIP. ? Gboiwje BnntvKaci., Commander, will be dospatched fror/sjllney on the EVENING of 4th Marat uokt; to convey H. B. H. THK mi^BOF EDNIBURGII, ' HIS EXCELLENOYHU.RTJ BELMORB. list Majtrsty'ii JasisrRtis, ami imitcvj-Nafrcaatle, ? . anawill.iulBoAfternobnofthoSth.proeeedtnJIorpcta for the parpotw of - «nablitt'ir~...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 8.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

MELBOURNE. ?- , TilPAtLlM . ft 9O M «M The ship Arina is ashore in the West Channel. Three steamers have gone to her assistance. : , At Launceston, on Monday, the winner -of the vLign Stakes was Fireworks; Barb, the Town Plate j and Strop, the Handicap.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY.—Monday, afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

LATEST IMTE it 18 E N CE. THEpUQH OKEVILtE's TEfclOBAM COUPANT. ' ? ... SYDNEY.— Monday afternoon. .-Parliament is to te-aasrmble to-morrow. It is rumoured that tho Government Intend to propoae a further ad journraent, and 'that the Oppo sition will not assent to it. : ' ' ' ^ ?x Certain of the Public School Teaohers have, in public meeting ' assembled, resolved to ask the 7ounc.il of Education to make, them an allowance for hQUBerent. ?' ??'? .' : .-'??'?* .' ' ???' Advices* were received, by telegram, from Me!-, bourne to-day,,of the arrival from New,Zealand,of the Titarila, with full paVtioulars o^ the destruction] caused by the stormajxnd floods in the Prov^inbe of Canterbury. The steaniWWilliam Miskin waa wrecked, and all hands but one were saved . Several coasting vessels were also wreoked. About twenty lives wera loaf., andalargearnount of property of all lundn carriod *w«y by.tjjp flood*, . ! THe Weatorri Railway is to be open fur twSic aa far»aF0rel^»4iill, oil tho^th 'Marc...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. MORALITY IN NEWCASTLE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. ? ' ? MORALITY IN NEWOASTLE. Totht Editor of the StwcatUe Chronicle'. Sir— Permit me, through the medium of the Chronicle, to make a few obnurvntions on the state of morality in New castl*. Not many days ago, in the. lagoon bcUan tho J public hospital and the old gtol, about 4 p.m., I saw not ess than thirty of the Newcaxtle juveniles in ' pueris naturaUbus.' Numbers of persons auppomd to be bad are seen lounging about the cliffs, to the annoyance sind duedification of reapeoUble visitors. . Now, Sic, is there no law by which this growing evil can be ohrcked ? Are there Iio regulations for bathing early in the morning or Ute ux the evoning?. To protect the children of NswcMtliJ from the contagion of bad oxumple, I would direct th» attention of th« Mayor (Mr. Hannell) and the majistrates of .tfew? otstle to this growing avi. ' I ' ' ? ? ; MOBAIilTAS. I I,-woa.«e,Fcb,q6thrX868. ?»??*?*. .

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REGULATIONS FOR THE LEVEE. 5th March, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

Ricoulations rok this Lbvee. 6th March, 1808., Gentlemen purposing to attend th« Levee will asstmMe in the Koom, on the right of the entrance hull. All Officers of the Army, Navy, nnd Volunteers, and gentlemen atteud ing the Levee, to be dressed in full dress uniform, or full evening costume. Each jentleman to be provided with two cirdi, with Ilia name legibly written theieon— ono card to be left in the Entrance Hall, and tho other to be given to the Aiilo-de-Cnmp. lit his Kxcullenoy's Cnmmnnd, H. if. fier esford. Captain, 9th Koi({riient, Aide-doCamp. Governmeut Home,' Sydney, Jlonday, 24th Feb., 1868.

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H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH 4.T ? ''.NEWCASTLE. From the Government Oaztttt, Ftb. 24. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be noti fied, that-hia Royal Highness tho Duke of Edinburgh, K.G., will bold a litres at tho Great Northern Hotel, Newcastle, on Thursday, tho 5th March, at one p.m. Addresses to his Royal Highness are to be presented at the close of the Lovoo. They will be taken as read, and replies will btt sent. By his Ex cellency's Command, H. M. Borosford, Captain, 9th Regiment, Aide-de-Camp. Government Houso, Sydney, Monday, 24th Feb.,

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. ? The Enolisii Mails.— On Sunday next two mail steamers will leavo Sydney for the United King dom, Now Zealand, Panama, India, Auiorica, itc, vie.:— Tho Bombay. via Sum, 'and tho Kuahino via Panama. . Such a ' circumitance baa never been known before, and it 'to bo accounted for by the alteration of tho time* of Bailing of the P. and O. Company's steamer*. The' mail will close in New castle on Saturday morning at nine o'clook for both gteainors. Orders for extra oopiea of the Chronicle must bo sent in early on Friday morning. A Malicious Action. — On Saturday morning last, at daybreak, just as the barque loll waauDouc to get underway, it was found thut during tho pre vious night some miscreant. Had deliberately taken a crowbar or some Himilar implement, and wrenched all the spokes out of the wheel, and taken it olT tho steering apparatus and placed it on the deck. The mischief wan so completely douo that not a spoke was left Bound in the wheel. The. folly waa made of wo...

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PRINCE ALFRED'S VISIT TO THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

PRINbE ALFRED'S VISIT TO THE HVNTElt. By a letter publUlied iu the Mercury of ye» lordiiy, wo learn that the idea of bringing H.M.S. Challouger into Newcastle has been given up, aud that his Royal Highness will come from Sydney to Newcastle, 'and proceed from thence to 'Morpeth, in the H.R.'N.&N. Company'ti tinu, steamship Morpeth. The eircuuistances under which this has bet'ii brought about will be best gleaned by perusing tho following letter : — ' . Culoninl Secretary's Office, Sydney, 32nd February, 1808. Sir- I havo tho honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, 24th August, 1M67, otfering to phice at the dis ? ifia^l i-/*#liA /JiivurniiiAhK tlii* Mfj*iii«i«tiiii Mfir-tH*.tli t.n nun. vey his ltoyitl Uighnesa the Duke of Kdinbutgh to the Hunter. 2'. I tint 'directed hy the Colonial Socretnry to convey to tho director* hix thanks fur their courtesy in niuking this otfer, and to ezpliun that the delay which has taken pines in replying to your letter lyes arisen sim...

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NOTICES OF MOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

NOTICES OF MOTIONS. 1. .The Mayor to mova— That thu Council does horaby appoint the Town Clerk's office a* tho place at which the Town Cleric' shall attend for tin purpos* of receiring pay ment of mtcs, nnd transacting the ordinary business of the Council, and that for the purpose of receiving such rntes and transacting hII other business the Town Clerk ahull at tend at such office on every day in thu week, from nine o'cloek in the forenoon, till three o'clock in the afternoon, Sundays, Christmaa duys, Oood Fridays, and days ap pointed for several holidays, public fasts, and thanksgivings excepted ; and that notico of tin situation of the office, ? 1 ..# it. _ ? i ? ? i » ? ._ ? » _i ? ; ? ,_? I. ..&.„_ nnd ol tlie tmys and noun on and during wnicn alien dunce is given there, be ndvertised iu both local newspapers by the Mayor forthwith. . 2. That in ncuorduno* with clausol38, of, th« Munici paHtiss' Act of 1867, tho Council does hereby authorise and empower the M»yor to rep...

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UPPER WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

-?:??? UPPER WILLIAMS. ' I am tony to have to acquaint you that this neig bourhood has' been visited with a most* disastroi flood. It bogan to rajn hero about two hpurabefoi daylight on Friday last, and did not oease rainii hard until Sunday morning, and it has rained mo or less nearly over- since: ? ? The river cam* down in flood, overflowing i banks, on Satonlay ovening, and continued 'risiii until four a.m.; when it ceased for a'while,-biit di not recede. It .commenced rising again abdut ai .a. in., and continued rising until ten,- when it attai/ ed iU groateat height, at which it remained I about three hours, when it fell rapidly, and Had a tired within itxhannol before ovenihg. ' \ I reoched higher flood marks, the oldpst inhabitan I one who has resided in the vicinity for twenty-fot I years, states that he never saw in his experience ? I vast a body of water in the river, which has bee I very considerably winded, as several-previous flooc I have cut away the ban'c to an amazin...

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PUBLIC-SCHOOL TEACHER'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

. PUBLIC- SCHOOL TEACHER'S MEETING. .. v Yesterday, at one o clock, a meeting of teachers of schools under the Council of Education in New castle and its vicinity, was held in the Newcastle Pttblio School, Tyrrell-Htreet, for the purpose of discussing mattars relating to the approaching demonstration. The meeting was convened by public advertisement by tlie District Inspector of Public School*, Mr. J. W. Allpass. There were present — Messrs. Alpass (in the chair), Willis, Thompson, M'Oara, Archibald, Peak, Hollins' worth, Youll, Chapman, Robertuon, O'Connoll, jpiniiteH of the previous meeting held by thsj childtrea's committee were read and re-considered. After considerable discussion, the following' reso- lutions were agreed to : — ? ?.????? Proposed . by Mr. Chapman, and seconded by Mr. Archibald. ..... Carried by 6 to 3. That the teacher* under the Council of ! Educa- tion in Nowcastlo and its vioinitydotako pa-t in the forthcoroiog dwonstration, ' ' PrOp^oscid hy Mr. Chapman, se...

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RECEPTION OF PRINCE ALFRED IN NEWCASTLE. THE SCHOOL CHILDREN'S DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

RECEPTION OF PRINCE ALFRED IN NEWCASTLE. THE SCHOOL CHILDREN'S DEMONSTRATION. The subcommittee' appointed at last meeting of the General Reception Committee' have held several meetings, and done a considerable amount of business, and, judging by what .we can hear, there is every probability of this interesting feature in the reception . of the Prince in New castle being a marked succes. We have received from the secretary, Mr. Charles Arnold, of Honey sucklePoiut, copies of the resolutions pitssud at the several meetings. We append a copy of the whole. The first meeting was held in the Co-operative ITikll Rlunn.Qtr-iof. mi £1ii+.m ??*!??«* ntrnninrr ' t.lio 99n«l instant— Aid. Rodgets in the chair. Prenent : Messrs. Thompson, M'Cara, Eliaon, Arnold, Hook way, Alpass, Harris, Laing, and Hal1. -The fol lowing are the resolutions carried at this meet ing: — * Proposed by Mr. Thompson, and seconded by Mr. M'Cata. That this demonatraion be general and not sec tional, and without distingu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

BIRTH.                   THOMAS. — On the 23rd February, at the Burwood Newcastle Smelting Works, Mrs. M. THOMAS, of a son.   DEATH.                 KERKALDY. On the 19th inst , at his fathers residence, Newcastle, ROBERT KERKALDY, late of Fifeshire, Scotland, in the 27th year of his age. The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1868,

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEB. 24, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Charge of Robbing a Golddigger of £213. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 26 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT.   MONDAY, FEB. 24, 1868.   Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.           Charge of Robbing a Golddigger of £213.     Mary Tommins was brought before the court, in custody charged with robbing one James Loughran, of a £200 Bank Draft, and the sum of £13 in one-pound notes. Senior-Sergeant Conwuy deposed, that on Saturday evening last, he apprehended the prisoner at a brothel at Burwood, and brought her to the lockup at Newcastle, and there charged her with robbing one James Loughran of a Bank Draft for £200 and about £13 in one-pound notes. On the previous night (Friday) she stated she never saw Loughran, and that she had not been in his company. She was searched, but nothing was found upon her. James Loughran (the prosecutor) said he had lately been a gold-miner in New Zealand, and arrived in Newcastle on Thursday last. He remembere...

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

DISTRICT NEWS FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS   WALLSEND           SICKNESS— I have little to chronicle this time. Sickness still continues to a frightful extent, al- though deaths have not been so frequent during the past week.     THE REV. MR NAIRN — I see this gentleman has, to all appearance, recovered from his late tem-   porary indisposition, and was ablo to preach here twice on Sunday last. THE COAL PITS. The Co-operative Coal Com pany miners, I believe, have only been at work two days for the last fortnight.     OUR DOCTOR.— Your issue of Saturday last con tains a letter headed Wallsend and the doctor, writ ten by a certain subscriber. This man appears to imagine himself sorely grieved concerning the arrival of Dr. Pierce, but it is a pity that, in making his appeal to public sympathy he should have to des- cend to misrepresentations such as ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

GENERAL NEWS. . x- y, i v, ?-?. -T[ — 7— . -.] . ;( * p; '-..?yAEENriNB Cou.BTBSiKS.rr-An,as3ault-of ajaerjou nature, .was* caused, .(says, the Western Examiner through' at valentine.: David Bsyliss. was chargec with maliciously and unlawfully wounding EdWsrc Jones with an axe-handle. On the evening of -th* 13th-instant?,''rddfendaht: received a- volentintTof ai ofTensive character,, and., imputed it to the wife o plaintiff, , This charge was denied, but defendan seemed to'feol the insult1, atid oh the following njorn ing; being ?? remonstrated with abouf'the coiirro hi nrila niiwininn \\£k mnila 'lib A t\f WOMT ' CtnnyltKl-in\1 expressions 'towards- plaintiff, and afterwards com mitted' tlie 'assault complained of, first hitting hin in the face with his fist, and afterwards with an axe handle, inflicting injuries which prevented-plainti: from attending hjs ordinary ^vocations and neces sitated his obtaining* medical advice. From th evBdencet adduced it' apgeated the parties; thongh...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. BURT AND CO'S LIVE-STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

COMMERCIAL AMD SJriPPIHQ IHTELtlQENGE. | r.-'-' BURT AND CO'S LI^B-Voc/k REPORT. ! ' Fat'Cattle.— Agood supply to hand this week, the bulk Of «hi* wit fair quality: Prime, beef still maintainsjrom 17s Ted. to 18s. 0.1. per 1001b. Calves are in good dejuanrl \ and are readily disposed oflt from 15s. to 32s. each; *We sold a batch at quotations. \ . , . i. ? ^ Fat Sheep.--Harket inundated withonfenor sneep ; very. few good to hand. Prime Wlb; wethers command 9s. Ouj sales this- w.ekhaxe been 4W itores, at 5s., also 800 aheep (prihoipally ewes), .first baton of(,a Bogan «ook; at' from 7». to 8s. LambB-good quaUty-staree, and roadily Bold at from tOs. 6d. to 17s/ We sold 150 at quotations. . ,HorsesHM%rketsflibtiye,'.witU,. «.W.ual,^oad7 saw for superior lots. .Weight-carriers, welFmatcWsd pairs onA buffey horseif, much enquired for. Several good lota have H-me,forward this week, for which competition was unusu filly brisk!' HarnesV horses, £10 to £30;} pair* #40 tp ?JlOOn hwkneya, £10 ...

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