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CITY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 May 1867

CITY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The Council met in the Court-house, on Mon- day evening, pursuant to adjournment. Present — Aldermen Winship, Henderson, Christie, Adam, Hannell, and the Mayor. Absent — Al- dermen Way, Stokes, and Chapman. MINUTES.   The minutes of the previous meeting were read, confirmed, and signed. REPORT AND PETITIONS.     No written reports or petitions were laid be-   for the Council.   MONEY STATEMENT.       The Mayor verbally reported that, since the last meeting of Council, the sum of £13 3s. 9d. had been paid into the Town Clerk's office, for rates, &c.   CORRESPONDENCE.     The Clerk read the following letters, which had been received since the previous meeting of   the Council. Letter from Mr. Webster. This was a communication from Mr. James Webster, of Newtown, near Sydney, having re- ference to a le...

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

SYDNEY. AIiniVAM. May 2O.--'\Villiams, s., from Brisbane, 18th inst.; Lady Young, s., from Bookhampton, via lirisbane, 18th inst.; Agnes Irving, s., from the Claroncc Kiver, lPth inst.; Ellen, sob., from Twofold Hay, Oth inst. May 21. — Boomerang, p., from Cleveland Bay, via Gladstone and Port Denuon ; Warren Hastings, ship, from Mauritius, 2ml ult.; Australasian Packet, bq., from Hobart Town, Oth inst.; Maria Theresa. French bq., from Molbourne, Oth inst.; Escort, seh., from Wiirnumbiiol, 10th inst.; Wandrahm, ship, from Ade laide, 5th inst.; Light Brigade, ship, from Plymouth, 24th Jan.; Uarwoo, s.u., from Port l'airy, 10th inat. . May 22. — Hunter, s., from tho Clyde Kiver ; Emma Pi'escott.-brig./and Urania, sch., from Warnarnbool, 30th inst.; Mary Grant, brig, from Port Frederick; .Tnme3 Pnterson, a., from Kockhampton, 18tli inst.; yarrow, brip. from Adelaide, 1st hint; Jiccord, bq., from Adelaide, 3rd inst.; Wonga Wongo, a.s., from ' Melbourne, 20th inst. ? depabtuees. May 20. ...

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COMMERCIAL. SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

COMMERCIAL SHIPPING. . Tlio shipment of coal this week has been a very lair arer'^e for the season, beirift 13,185 tUn.i-:i930 of which wpiil to Svduev 27LU to Melbourne, 1883 tn AdcUido, lHSHto Point -le Onlle, 200 to Hobart Town, HS9 to Now Zealand, KI51 tu Callao, and 071 tons used for home eoiwamptimi and steamers. Tho arrivals durmg tho first part of the week were very numerous, coiwut ing of vessels of huge tonnage, from Melbourne, iiiiin buring Bixtcen.-of -u tonnage of (iOOO tons, aim.ySit whiclT if. the Castlemaine, of WOl tons. Several large vessels have alno left the port, tho largest of which are the TiraiU, with nearly 2000 tons coal for Point do Gallo, and the Norval, for Hongkong, with over 1)00 tons. The King of Italy lias nearly completed her loading, and is expected to leave for Lyttleton about the beginning of next week. EXPOKT OF COAL. »B0M THP. OOMPAST'S OFFICIAL RET0RS8. ? For the Week ending Thursday, May 2.5r-l, 1W7. ? :? ~T\ ~~~7J~ ??-? ^ Ill i I i'U Port Sh...

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MR. KEENE'S LECTURE AT THE COURT-HOUSE. PRESENTATION OF THE ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY'S MEDAL TO MK. H. HOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

MR. KEENE'S LECTURE AT THE' COURT-HOUSE. PRESENTATION OF THE 11OVAL 'HUMANE SOCIETY'S MEDAL TO MK. II. HOLT. In_Qiir impression of Wcuiiesuay, we guve an outline report of tho interesting proceed ings which took place, in the Court-house on Tuesday evening last. We now proceed to furnish our renders with n fuller account of ?what is generally admitted to Jiave been one of the incut interesting meetings that ever as sembled in Newcastle. As stated hi our for mer lupuri-, uju jculuiu wu» -c-i(y iiiiuiuruusi^ and influentiully attended, tho spacious build ing being full to the doors. On the motion of the Rev. Mr. Bode, the Mayor was voted by, acclamation to preside. ? The Chairman, in opening the proceGctings,''-- aaid it afiui-dcd him exceeding pleasure to bs culled upon to presides on such uu interesting occasion as that was. Without desiring for a moment to, in any way, anticipate what tho lec turer probably intendedto develop in hia lecture, lie might remark that tho occasion was, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

' ? V ? f M KW ?pu'lHuH'! ?uu['I!MO.ioj uotinTfVnil fi ' \ ?' ?Jinurej pun jajui(KKj(i o*nou 'jujv ^ I i r^ _ ^ ? '51 O} (j tucuj \flmujo j^ /y. ' i . ?x»iti»-i«ta»!il5\x.'iiva a:u.'iQSN00a£i''v:^ . ?aopuo'i 'aini^sv ? 5MJ5E. OTqdio ?niirai pw-vitr»AV o\{% -n uooaaog iijanuoj^^ ?r*lirf»oii n;-aini:i nnqna 8H» J° 'WI'*0!! .-.^fe' ?pmn8aa jo ^t&& ?«no»2ing ;o oJJonoo i«f«aom jo jjquwn /'{^sBj. I ?q 'k i h o n i J :h v|M. 0/6 ?^^5nxria'»aiipima«.*«W^'-.-tl| ?Minbiu txna Kam n saraon «.«o jui^ i« -io !;- ? ffif ?MMM-SlJ^aHjgKIOyfltt S.MVH^ | aaxuaa iia f j '.. ii — ^». ? ?»*!..? Jnnrnnq./o unm- i»nun p«»*o ;- «? . t ... [wjmoddi **' w ? - ' -_lj| n»»q nq 9q »«!« 'X^tapiA iqi pas onnsmnjt jo -)tra-F . M-\ i h g k o a a *h vJ-'-\B'4 ST« 'xauaig 'xaauxs-XHo.t 'cg[ jg« - 'OS IM'Si HO iM^OMIXOrcs fle I ioi itn uu si f-r at1 j 1 M,a aiaNOH s.nosxi vl m {?

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NEWCASTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

NEWCASTLE RACES. ' 'jj Tho weather; yesterday, proving unusually v fine for the tinio of year, was the means of at* trading a largo concourse of people to witness tiie iirst day'B racing in connection with tho above meeting. The number of persons present, about threo o'clock, was variously estimated at from eight hundred to a thousand. w'The custo mary accompaniments of a racecourso wore not wanting, among which we noticed tho 'thimble and pJa,' and other games of chance. Thoro woro two booths on the ground (besides that oc cupied by tho sto wards), both of which were well n.iti'.iiiiflod. A fi-iiik nnrl pilWh ritnll. lrnnf. hv Mb, Yatcs, whom temperance drinks in tho shape of tea and coffee, etc., wero obtainable, also received a good share of patronage A '? Merry-go-round was also on the course and contributed largely to tho enjoyment of tho juveniles. Tho course was in good order (that ? is as far an sand would admit of its being so) and a comfortable and convenient stand had bee...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.                                 PORT OF NEWCASTLE.   — o —     ARRIVALS. MAY 22.   Springbok bq., 327. Harrison. from Melbourne, 15th inst., J. Ward and Co., agents.   Cassina, bq., 242. Dalsiel, from Adelaide, 28th ult. Captain agent. Elizabeth, Dutch bq., 532, Storm, from Melbourne. 15th inst. G. K. Stokes and Co., agents. DEPARTURES. May 22. Selecting, bq., 483, Gallaghan, for Shanghai, with 610 tons coal j. Ward and Co., agents. You Yanga, s.s. 474, for Melbourne via Sydney, with 500 tons coal. W. H. ? agent. Tirzah, ship, 1446, Anderson, for Bombay with 1840 tons coal. J. Ward and Co., agents.   COASTERS INWARDS.     FROM SYDNEY.   May ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. May 18.— Leonidas, from Newcastle.   May 20,-Lydia, Rialto, Pioneer, Glenshee, and Blackbird, s.s., from Newcastle. May 21.— Planter (No. 2), from Newcastle. May 22.- Valiant, from Ncwcastle. DEPARTURES. May 21.— Nederland, for Newcastle. May 22.— Lady Darling, s.s., for Newcastle. The barque Planter, more familiarly known in port as Planter No. 1, has changed owners, and will proceed   shortly to Hobart Town, for which port she has been   brought to be fitted out for the whale fishery. Much has been said and written as to the facilities offered by Melbourne as a whaling port, but while enterprise in that respect is ?? dormant here, it is active and wide-awake and, ?? highly profitable, in Tasmania.--Argus. A NEW STEAMER.--The new steamer, the Gipps Land, which was built for the Gipps Land Steam Navi- gation Company, on the Clyde, under the // attend- ence of Captain Patrick, is finished and may be ex- pceted here in a few ...

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BRISBANE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

BRISBANE.     DEPARTURE. May 20.— Prairie, for Newcastle.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 May 1867

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM           NAVIGATION COMPANY.   STEAM TO SYDNEY. The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Summerbell,   TUESDAY and FRIDAY mornings.     The PATERSON, Captain Budd, WEDNESDAY   and SATURDAY mornings.     GEORGE TULLY & CO., Agent.   PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND.   AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY     (LIMITED.)         STEAM TO ENGLAND AND NEW YORK VIA PANAMA In conjunction, with the (?) Royal Mail Steam Packet Company of (?) Pacific The Screw Steam(?)     KAIKOURA,             1501 Tons Register, 550 Horse-power, H. S. Machin, Commander,     is appointed to leave SYDNEY for PANAMA via WELLI...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

G^gERAL NEWS. -?ft ? ? ? ? . AsoLO-AMEBBJAWisMsJ-i— The subject is larije, nnd would roquiro a 'dictionary to uxhauat it Wo have,: quoted onouyh' to show -that thero are action and roaction.-betivuon they English literature of tho two sides of the- Atluntio, and to put-: English writers,, who desire to presurve the purity of the liiuguagb, on their guard. against the fasL-iuatiujj vulgarisms which huve too much clinrni for the 'fast ',' puoplu of tliis iit'd— uuitu'iia fast in Emrliind us thev aro in America, tlion^h'tlia'AmWiciins, ? to uau thuir own hidootis phmse.-may thiiik thmnsulves far uure go ^lienditive than vvojaro.. It must not be understood .however, 'fritiu;:]Auy remarks that we have made, that we dusiru to restrict the legitimate, expression of niu.lerii Engl.inil, whother' the expansion cmie frotu tlio uhw or thu old home of thu ruuui A lan guage that' has consud to glow hna already ibefimi to periali. Buf,^vliiloallowing aiul even enuoui ii.^inj; its grotvth,; th1)30...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, NEWCASTLE VISIT OF THE REV. W. J. DEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH,^ NEWCASTLE VISIT OF THE REV. W. J. DEAN^ -; s On Sunday last, the Rov. W. J. Dean; formerly ,-f Newcastle, but late of Mount Barker, in South Australia, preached three special sermons at the above church,' a collection being made after each mr vice iu. aid of the Chu rch Fund. In the morn ing, the rev. gentleman preached from the words contaned in the 104th Psalm, and the 16th rerse ; in tne atternoon, irom tne lzin cuipEur if Hebrews, and the 28th a'od 29th verses j in the evening,' from the 13th chapter of Leviticus, and the 12th and 13 th verses. All three sermons were eloquent and practical, and delivered with much force and animation, the morning discourse in particular being regarded as a masterpiece of seriuonic composition. We will briefly indicate the train of thought pursued hy the preacher in discoursing on the text selected, the words of which aie as follows : — ' The trees of the Lord are full of sap ; the cedars pf.Lebanqn,..which he hath pl...

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"A QUAINT SERMON." [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

'?A QUAINT^ SERM0N;'V ??':M'riiDodd'was a- minister, who lived -maiiy year ' ' 'ag(i!!a . few- miles! from; Cambridge,. Narid-j haying'..; several times been- preaching against drunkenness, soma of the Oauibi idge 8cliolai-8 (conscience, wlrlch is sharper than .ten .thousand , .witnesses, being; tiieir uioiiiloi^ neie. vcryi iuuuu- tuiuenueu, auav thought: he made reflections ,--bn :them'/ ;' ; Some little time after, Mr. Dodd:was,\valkiijg- towards ..Oambl-idgej .and inet'someS'f jtiie'go^ns.iiwiij.who,. jU^'.tbey saw.liitn at a dwtaucei resolved toaiittUke; ?ridiculevofhirii.fu.^AJjjsotj^ 'as lie came up;.they/ac« cpsted hiin with'-'^Yoiir'servaut, sir/'ulifcXepJied, '?' Yonr'8'ervant, gentlemen.'* -They asked 'liiiii & he' had .riot been ' preaching very hiucll :' again at ? .drunkenness :bf.i*Iate. 'He replied hi' ithe -affirm a tive; . They then told Jiira that they.-:had a favour tobe'g'of :?' him; arid it was' that he 'would preach, a' sermon to ' them'',there froiu't...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

. ibi-; - - -: ijjrf '? ? il'l i: , jar: Mo' Hf.H C j. ''J !» a— a. n(: 3— swi... ?* ,:- 4-Fairy- *«»_1M. 6 — Kutu— '1. * ? «-Vivid— A. . ; 7--Hnntmh— \V. - — 8 — Hornet— \V. 'i, I-. ' 9— StKr-W. Ijine-W^'l Second Race ? Fos^ 1 — Mossenger — J.Urani ^ Wbite . ? i ' 2— Maggio-T. nnd .r'lj ' »— Stranger— T. Hpi'r- ? Pink and whitdW, 4— Tim WhiUler— J. ij!) -White, withcij(,jir Third Race. — Foil sci' Hi in wager bofc^ r 1— Star— R. Hickoy-4« 2— Kllnn— H. Burnn— 'A 3~Oalate»— J. JJuimtfll Fointh Race. '-#'' eighteen, pulling.a (jg i 1— Athloto — K. H. lkti HolliiiBhcudU W|bs , 2— Alerte-T. WurdluL , lted and white ut;i White '^ f|8. Fifth Race.— F(§3te 1— Kedbill-J. ScUUyf V 2— Taiput A. Grcen-liln 3— Clii»-E. M'l'liend '? , 4— Uluuhoae— il. Kinj!^ Sixth Rnce. — JEii»fiB a pair of ttfeti^ Lnniij' ,i 1— AthleMf«'-' ''; ,' ,, 2 — Alei'te— ' ' '??( ?'.: i.. 3-Strnjigell . i.;'.:- Seventh Race1.;'' ; coaltrinnnei's, i)iiy^'j 1-Stur-,T. OoV ???%$*,. and white ' «'l™!'« 2— Tine Hluo-H. 7* ,T...

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A GAMBLING HELL IN MELBOURNE. BROKEN UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

A GAMBLING HELD IN MELBOURNE :v. ? ? ;';BROKKJf UP. ' ;.^- '-,' :. Charles Brovra/ySdolph- Ingirerse'h and George; Moore were charge-l, at the Otfcy Police Court, . on- Saturdiiy,- with% being the keepore*i-f aicuiunion gacrib'liiig-hdiis'e/'.' On the :'applicati-»n'of Alt*. -Nicholaon, a'-' man ' -named Stevenson, ? who . -hail been arrested charged with' being a frequeilfeivof. the:house wai -dubliit^gt)'!. T-Det«ctive Black stated' thatat'hiilf-jmstono'o'Qlock'that morning, in cotn paiiy with othertiete'etivesifhe viiitodthe shop of Adolph IngwersenV- tobacconist, 'in Boni'lfe-street,* and found the* prisoner -with other uienviucoin ?pany.with'a mannainad'iStephensou. Ingwersou was:in''tho,shop'and(tlie^%i'H;Vin aback parlor. ? 'On' the' 'witneHsycntefmg^tngsvei'seiv called- out. '?'?Police.'1 Withes^ Wont in ,the backr mom, ami found :8everal''''packb;of--cards laying about the 'floor, as ;'..a\ao.,2ai*ty'...,,tQpC- .-.the. prisoner Moore, 'witness founda^pack of cards and a che...

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OUR PUBLIC MEN. JOHN ROBERTSON, ESQ. MEMBER FOR THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

.9.T: .. ^(SUR: TUBLtd^Bii3N&?. f | [?] ._??_? i.-fj^H^ROBBRTSON, BSQ;,—; ?'??. ? '---.' \ W8MBSK FOB THE CLABKNCB. «.-',-( (- In Chtistmas time there are* few political sub jects or political men which can be brought under review without jarring in some degree with the cheerful tone of thought appropriate tothe fenti-^ vaJ:iSome grim feature or uncongenial attitude, in by far the greater .numl)er of them, repel con 1 V17UipfUblUll UUbU tX U1UIC UUUVCll.C.lL btJtSUU. ilUU the above gentleman/ with all his surroundings, may bo' introduced to our readers as being in per fect harmony with the genial aspect' of the holi days.. Whatever is hearty in our greetings, or cordial in our intercourse, or hospitable in our conduct, or kindly iu our feolincjs, id virtue of Christmas' influences,, will be in keeping-with the trices which a consideration of his personal chaf racter'will leave upon our minds. No happier fatuity' circle, if only good hsalth were present . with it, was there, ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. DEC. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

| PORT. OF NfiWO^TLE. ' ? |~ '-'?' AKR1VALS. ' ''** IbmIo W^cS bq^i/ffi^Melbourne* G. TuUy, 'fvW^BgT195;O«r*nr%f^»»nrne, 19th inst. A: S&^«7T Stepkin., Fro^elboS™,., ISth tot. R. |H.Grierson,ogeut. .^ ^ ? ? [? Ape.;rving M^VHir.i'rpmSydney., W.KS^h ^Shfeto^'bi,, 4O9.,WiB., from Melbourne, 18th ln»t (Captain/agenk , '^Jy- ? «? ' ' S'^.irii.Vi^, Viai' Rm'riL froin GeeloDK, 20th inst.'. R. B. ^P^^^e.on.fromWdlaroo. B.B,W^ 'laceroiwut. ...... ? U. (.-« ? ? ?'? DKPAIUOBES. ,.,-....? S- Pet' bi,a»,Ro»«, for Adelaide, with 400 ton. coaL R. ffift^m Be^eit. forMelbou^e with ^^ley^^^^W^,^^ ^.^^Kei, bo... 182,-Pie. for BSbg-Towt,. OV' DMgS IUI*I»«i *WV mmw — ? * ..... .,- GAeiion, agont. - ^ ^ l:,li .'?' '^ Agn«i Irving (s.), 330, -Creer, for ih« Clarence. ,Wi K. ^SndrT'bk 268', H«pon, for MdbW^ ^th 340 toMCoal, and700l-ag« mauw. V*. H. Whyte, agent. , , .* ' y»ter Lily, brig; 263, oSlu', for Melbourne, with 400 ^ir4.3^«ri'iWAd^derwith 415io'n. coal. , B. Hi 'Grierson, agent. ? : |i« ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

Hou.oivay's 1'tt.Ls— certitinly nn excellent remedy for rliauiiuitibiii.— In a letter from .ttr. While, of (irmvlcv,' near Oxfoi-i liuiiifuriiio.U»r(ifu«sorHiillnw.i.v, tlnHu fm]uev.tlv sufrereii from severe uttitckti of rhouiimeisin, vbioh iiruveii teiriiim from follmviiitf his occupation, .mil, after uv'erv other ifmetly luul failwl, lie commence.! fukiiigHiillowny's pills. From the licnutithu Iiuh so often derived frum tUih line, be consi.hiis it his duty to niveipubiicityAo the fact that these- pills havo cured him of rlkiimutisiii Ifterotkar UHJiltRioL'S had been taken in viiiii. J^B&s&ti -''' i^ ~Yf\ It.E.N G 11 \l E U 1OI1N K f _|T ..; rcEl'AKKii -iiv i - g'ir i: m.a u lj.and jeo, Chemistu to If.I.If. Priiitr^apuleoii, Purh. These pjlt'erent medicines rejnweiit thtfimuit. i-tci-iit medi cal iliatovoriea, fouiulod/nn tJm'i.riiiciiilen of clicinistrv iinJ. thoijiiieuties. They vaunt nut ia coiifi.miileil with secret .-? ?Huiekimeilicines, as 'their iiiiiiim nuiH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

? ? _. .:. .,,...., ,...;,j ? — - ?- ? - TVT 1 Sfl \? '?' ® Q& E BEGS TO XTJ. lntfohtfl the.duab.d'f her Scliool will be $ EGISTRE MA RTTIM E. ' ? - ? ?' - f« ????-.: ^R ? ., ? '?. ... - :-. ?? -. , » ? INTERNATIONAL LLOYD'S. ; SL.f m HE UNDRRSIGNED HAVING^ X'- wen appointedAgentat the Portof Newcastle! ;y ??''?'???: m ......,j ,.-, ?.for.:they?rV ? ? *? ..,- ?/,? ,--, . ., ^, 'EEGXSTKE JUfaflME,' : ^ . ?'????:-.'i'WTBBNATI(WAl\l)OYDIS ? -\ ui\r is nowprepued.Jo Surrey ana Cla* Ships of* all Nation* - 'S'.i -;.-: . .-,06 we moat fsvsiaWo terms... ' *' ??,:-:--ho-j-i-..'-i'::',*'j ' b.''hi . teiraMbN;': '?*' .;;?';;'' ? -'iK-^i-iI;^' ??*?'? ?? '„.-'. '.-, Scott-street.' '?' ' ^*Wi ? - m^10 i!*0™ Registry is being largely anil '' generally availed of, and a Sofa of the imeVfor th* J prcsenfcyear, pan :be inspected at Mr..Grierpon'» office,' , ocotpj-8cr8e*'.( , . .' 1117 tHcTORlA FIRE .'-Aliix '.MAMNB^ ?!'»?'; -iA f INSURANCE 09MP ANT. . ,., .;'.',., I V '';';''-. '???1 . ?.B'...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 January 1868

? piSTRjCT NEWS. '' [PKOM- OUR CORRK8PONDENT ] ,? -...-?*. ,'' W.ALL3END. -,. W? have had a merry Christmas at Wallsend ? it has surpassed. all our highest anticipations. The «weather being so favorable for our Christmas sports they were extensively patronised by the inhabitant, of Newcastle and elsewhere, in fact we had lovers .of_ sport from every point of the compass. Every thing was .carried out in u systematic manner, und gave general satisfaction and reflects, the highest credit upon the Turf Club' com mittoe. more a£r.Hni. ally the stewards, who have not by any means been unfair, ? barefiiced/'and ' shameless,' as Mr. Jones 'so inconsiderately, and abusively styles them iu an epistle of hia, which appeared on Christmas-day ; tor he suroly never considered, or perhaps under stood the weight of the epithets which he heaped so unsparingly upon tho stewards, to say nothin-» of his disagreeable imiendoes which* were too f og«y to be understood, but sufficiently clear to make an im...

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