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AUSTRALIA FOR AUSTRALIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

AUSTRALIA FOR AUSTRALIAN^' If lialf the words that have been lately, w/ited in bitter- denunciation of a nation, simply be cause a few hundreds of misguided men belong ing to that nation. are. disloyal — had been reserved by their spenkers and changed into good adviceto the natives of and sojourners in tliis colony, we sliould have felt far moie pleased tlmn we can honestly confess our selves to be. We are glad enough to sec the loyalty.of the people so forcibly illustrated by the chosen spokesrbeu of the massos, but .we cannot, atVthe same time,' help thinking that, 'many' of our public orators have touched upon ground which they might well have left. un- disturbed. -The sentiments that have brought ! a Sydney^ alderman into unw'elcometdisrepu.te have been eilid^d more or less faintly or loudly; in other par\k o$ the land, and, to our tnind, form n great^poetause the only, blot that niurs the otherwise to-uly magnificent demonstration of w Australian lovalty that it has 'been our h...

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WARATAH SCHOOL OF ARTS. MOVBMENT FOR A NEW BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

WARATAH SCHOOL OP ARTS. MOVBMBNT FOU A NEW BUILDING. A special general meeting of tho members of the above institution was held on Monday evening last, to elect a presidont in the room of Mr. Bunlield, resigned, nnd to transact other business relating to the proposed erection of a new building. There was a good attendance of members. Mr. Harper was voted to preside over the meeting. ? ? ? The Chairman, in opening tho business, read the advertisement, and explained the objects for which the members had been called together. After explaining that the election of a Presidont had been runderod necessary by the resignation of Mr. Uiiufiold, he proceeded to comment on tho necessity which oxisted for a new building, pointing out tho .great convenience it would be, and the good it would do the institution. In tho absence of Mr. Wood, the regular secre tary, Mr. Oliarlton, regular, was voted to act as Bcjcrotary pro tcm. ^m^ The election of presidont was then proceeded with. ' Mr. Harpor, ni...

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EXPENSE OF OUR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

EXPENSE OF OUB BAIL WAYS. On Thursday afternoon last there was laid upon the table of the Legislative Assembly, an official report, written by Mr. J. H. Thomas, tho Engineer for existing . lines of railways in this colony, showing the working-expenses of the vari ous railways as fur as they have been opened for actual traffic. We are indebted to our city mem ber (James lIannell,'Esq.) for a copy of the report, which he brought up with him from Sydney yes terday morning, rfo have not space to reprint the report in its entirety, but a brief summary may not be uninteresting to some of our readers. n ? . ? j? ? ?»*_ nil ? « ? L~ii. .i ti. .. it iip^juurB uuiii lur. xuuiuaa j^purb unit tiiu number of miles of lailway.now open for traffic ?is 204— an increase over the -previous years of 60 miles, or at the rate of 42 per cent. The total receipts on all the lines during the past year amounted to £188,761 23. Id. , giving an increase ofrl'£2592 14s. 3d. over the previous year. Tho working-e...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

SHIPPING -INTELLIGENCE. I ? ? ^ -^ ? TORT OF: NEWCASTLE. ' :* ~ ? ? ARU1VALS. ? . ... , .Apiul 1. Kinlto, bq., 303,- tenevea, from Melbourne, 23th ult. K. H. Grioraon, agent. Star ot Peace, bq., 433, Thomas, from Melbourne, 23th nit. C. F. Stokes and CcNagents. Yarra, sell., 141, Begnet, from Melbourne, 20th ult « K. B. AVallace, agent. ? ' Zcpliyr, sell., 135, Le Brun, from Sydney. C. K. ?Walter, agent. -_ \ ' Aeuil 2. Ella Gladstone, brig, 225, Wolfe, from Melbourne, 27th ult. B. B. WaUaceT-feont. Fury, bq., 378, O'Dell, from Wallaroo, 18th ult. C. F. Stokes and Co., agepts. , . ?? April 3. Agnes Irving (s.), 333, Creer, from Sydney. W. K. Lochhcad, agent. DEPARTURES. '.'..' April 1. . Ewie Black, bq, 281, Hook, for Melbourne, with 410 ton* coal and 18U8 spokes. G. Tully and Co., agents. Nil Desparandum, brig, 157, Tonner, for Melbourne, with 230 tons coal. G.\ Wallace, ngent. You Yangs (s.s.), 475, Clark, for Melbourne t'i« Syndey, with 500 tons coal and 20 bags oysters. W. H. Wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

?a HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAM TJO ,s/l'/Z-'2V R Y The MORPETH, Captfmf *Lur-D, MONDAY and j Tiimtsarvr/tonufles. Tha CITY OP NEWC.«jTlA, Captain SusiJf eebell, TUESDAY iftid F1UDAY Eveninjis. GEORGE TULLY & CO., Agents. J ? — — — ? — ? 1 Hunter River New Steam Navigation Co. RETURN TICKETS. T71R0M THIS //Bifff RETURN ( X; TICKETS will bo is/uujfhvailable for one week, to passengers by nny of Ahfe JMI.N.S.N. Company's ' ' tat-classBtearacrs,nt the Jronotfuig rates:— . ' Saloon - - ? r ' -.-.. 25s. Steerage ? 15«. GEORGE TULLY 4 CO. Jforeastle, Fob. 19, 1863. ? 4X5 PA NAM A, N 1] W Z E A LAN *D, AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY (UMITKU.) Steam to ENGLAND, CALIFORNIA, and NEW STEAM I y0RK , (a pANAMA) in coniunotion with tho Steamships of tlie Royal Mail ijiSteiim Packet Company of LONDON, and I'aoifio '':& Mail Steamship Company of NEW YORK. j The Soiow Steamship ffcM A T A U R A,' -W&/fo**tf&*ton's reB'ster, nOflliorae nower. '?'...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY Saturday 7 P.M [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

LA TEST* INTELLIGENCE. From Grevitle'JTillegram Company. - ?'- ? . 8YP1TJZY, Saturday, 7 p.tn, ii xi.u.ri. we i-rince orueruunou ine uienioors of both Houses of Parliament on board the Galatea to-day. About soventy-fi te were pre sentfs.lt is reported that H.R.H. is to meat the mombors aguin at Government Houso on- Mon- day forenoon, and then to leave direct for Eng land. A considerable portion of tho Estimates have been paBsed, including grants for the Mechanics' Institutes at Armiddle, East Mai t land, Morpeth, Paterson, Stroud, Tarbworth, and Waratah, and also grants for Hospitals at Singleton, Tarn worth, . Armidale, Maitland, Murrurundi, Muswellbrook, Nowcastle, Port Stephens, Port Macquario, and Tenterfield. Tho Hoiwe of Mr. Walker, M.L.A., caught fire yesterday, and one of his children was seve rely burned. It is stated that a Cu9tom-House officer, against whom a complaint was lodged for cir culating seditious papers, offered to resign, and would not be permitted to do so in ...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLGENCE. COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPINB IHTELUBENCE. I COAL. Our exports this we«k are fully equal to thoso of the post few weuks, and with the prospects before us a no ordinary trade may be looked forward duringthe winter montuK. The total qunntity of coal shipped this week has been 10,902 tons, of which 4535 tons were for Sydney, 4787 for Victoria, 783 for Wallaroo, 1908 for New Zealand, 900 for Panama, 037 for Opam, 1085 for Manila, 1018 for Shanghai, 412 for Hongkong, and 737 tons for steamers and home consumption. ExroKT Of Coal from the Companies' Official Returns, for the week ending 3rd April, 1808 :— Port Shipped W | S J | ^ lip. to. - 5 £ -3 | .B 2.S A-\ ? ^ -4 A * b 3 jg Sr _3 Sydney ? :«2 5115 502 587 923 875 130 750 Melbourne... 1072 ....), 822 ? 1223 ? Geeloas ? .? ? 1008 ? Wallaroo ? 783 ? Nelson ? ., ? 103 ? Dunedin ? 058 ? Otago ? ? Wellington ? 810 ? Panama ? 900 ? Opora ? C37 ? Manila ? 1085 ? Shanehui ? 1.018 ? ? Hongkong ? 412 ? Steamers ... 34 143 81 ? 20. Borne con... 137 97 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

DEATH. WALKER. — On the 21st March, at Tarban Creek, MARY ANN, the wife of FRANCIS WALKER, for many years a resident of this city and much respected.       The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1868.

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

WE STx MA I T L AND. ?????? From the Mercury. Me. Thomas Drinan's Vintage, Branxtoji. '? — We learn that Mr. Drinan has just finished ? his vintage at Branxton, and the. yield ia 9500 gallons off nine acers of vineyard. The grape crop included several varieties of grape. One-half .. the vintage has been planted five years and the ,... other half f out years, and consequently not yet iu full bearing. . Trbason-Fblony Act. — John Loggett was brought before the bench at the East Maitland police court, yesterday, to answer, an information . under the TreasonTFelony Act. Constable Frieze, Btutioiieu uc uargs, ueposeu mut, uu xiiuroiuiy ?i evening he saw prisoner looking at the Govern ment proclamation which contains a portion of the - -?„. ' Treason-Felony Act; he said it wa3 very arbitrary, and that there should be freedom of speech, and he would call a meeting to have it done away, with. Friezo told him that he had nc right to make any remark upon the proclamation, aud to go home ; pri...

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DISTRICT NEWS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

S^^M€^^ [?] wqjc pr^nlhijf-xliMjJgbwrfc tho entivo district. IV vAV)jeaji»v tlMCt jfow Liimbton, being liowly op^nedT^out, a great mauy of tho miners have rushed tho place. Tho c;iu3C o£ thi3 is uucuuntod for by tho work being so slack last year. Tho own era of: Now Lambton, seeing this, deemed it necessary for their own pecuniary iutorost to put ba. certain restrictions on thoso who aro_ silly enough to bear them for a certain iime, until tho over-burdened camel bogina to staggor tiiidur hia load. On Wednesday, 1 huar, that tho niinora employed at that pluco became aomething like Vulcan— folded their arms aud turned sulky, consequently, refused to work for that dtiy until ? ? i__ i ? j 1.; ? 1 1 ? ,*4l'..Aln#l Afit some unuersiaua uiugau uuuu oumicu. _ «v advice to these men at is simply this, to get that which is just and right, viz., 3s. 6d. per ton for clean, marketable coal at tho bottom of the screen, the same as the miners aro getting '?? ? at the other collieries, and have n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

FRAUD. ON THE 2-Tit JUNE. 18GG, MOTKKWAMatl, » Printer, was convict- d at the Supreme Court, C.ik-ull:i, -if ismutiTlVitiiurtKe LAI5I/KS oi' Messrs. CKUSSK A BLACKWKQ. London, and was sentpnivd )-y Mr. Jusliuf Plifiir,' to Two Years liiRouoirs Isummsoxmiint and cm (ln- 3(Hli of tli«-;um! luonth, for KKIjLlXft SPUIUUU.S AimCLH&b«irm,r l.nl.l...8 in imitation ' of Mes*n. CKOSSR/BR. 1ILACKWKL1/S Shhk BaciK'o w:,, K.nt...yfa/)-v^5o Subiir'aii Jla-rUWnt Seald.-ih, to iwo VkaXs1oooi:i-i:s Lupuisoxmrnt. y'cA'ir t i o x . Any nm- SEijftNu Spriunrs Oilmen's Storf-; under CHOSSK ft HhACKWKU,;* nanip, will be ' liable in tho suim» punislinu'iity HiiiVuill lie I'ieuroiigly prosecuted. l'muluiser* are lveommi'n.k-d to examine, nil pnods onrpfnllv lic'IWo ta-iciiicr ilcliverv of tliom The GKNUI.VE MuimtUetim* oY Miww CrUennd Hlsu-feuvll miiy lie liml from EVK11Y RESPECT -VnijE DK.VLKlt in Australia. , 821 HEALTH FOR T1I!«] INVALID, UY HOLLOWAY'S PILLS . Loss of .ipptt'tle — Aim of Strengt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

PHOTOGRAPHY. IF YOU WANT A^jBUOT) LIKE NESS, clear in evorj^oyfline of feature and drapery, como to tJio I'jiotoukapiiic and Fine Akts Company, as every uttonlrau^nd no objections are mudo to any color of dress. JACOB AUDET, Operator and Manager. Hours of attendance:- -From 0 o.m. to C p.m. C^° A choice stock of Albums on hand, from 3s. Cd upwards. ? 49 ME. AUDET, THE MANAGER OF the PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY, New ca«tle, been to announce tlwriTQrliaa taken VIEWS OP THE LANDING OF {Fi.lKH. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, and single Cartes de Visitea (Stercos oopic), and largo viowApFyle same. Also— Likenesses of TEOt.H. the DUKE OF EDIN BUHGH. Price : Views, Carte de Visite size, la. each. 578 THREE PRIZE MEDALS-Paris, 1867 Pickles; sauces, jams, &&, (free fi»nj_ adnltoration,) manufactured by CROSSE AND«rj/Arg| K W E L L , Purvoyora to tho Quaen, 9onqy(JUAirc, London. CROSSBOW dJ«1.ACKWELTVS well-known Manu factures nreobtnnable from overy respectable Provision Dealer in the World...

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EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL IN CALIFORNIA. ALLEGED VIOLENCE TO A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL IN CALIFORNIA. ALLEGED VIOLENCE TO A LADY. The G'uUfornian news by the late Puanma mail is full of nn extruordtnury trial of a vlitiige of oiitrngti brought n gainst A. J. Sto phonaon, a well-known and reputed wealthy citizen of San Francisco, by Aliss Martini McDonald, an interesting Scotch girl, of twenty-three years, who journeyed acrosn tin; sens to join her brother in tho mines. The oridoih-e is very lengthy indeed. Miss McDonald, after giving details of the attempted familiarity nnd proposals of marriage on the part of the defendant, proceeded uh follows WlCIl UIO K(lU8CUHtuii [wro in me uiiiirgn . — That evening, witness says she had the cham ber-maid biing a warm bath to her room, and, after using it, had got into bed, leaving the doov unlocked for the chamber-maid to take out the buth, fearing that to leave it in her room all night would ho bud for her rheiima-' tisin. At about ten o'clock, wns lying with her face toward the wall, looking at n picture of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

Saturday lMt.fwrfgaj I had six o£ n,y- b« Rbout i wsmi. [?] ? ,Uited the pm™. ^ - uid up Wnn ««££' ^ was re „ * lea«ed i'^J^^Z had reoeiveJ ^WJJ profeaBional ?^AS^ririte. are looked rfter ^humauity can in wnw fo Melbourne evoi »?»?????- fforer— resiuo'' Matter ol the Darnu Falcon. I C rifled -'^gtfEn. Aether «*-g1^Sto». l|»\ Engineer.— ZferoW. ? —

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

liis -. the eviui SMA.. MOXDAI, Before H. Scott, Kaci., P.ix. William Swan v. Bridget 1 . cover the sum of £1 12*. Bd. No bk who was therefore nonsuited. Pelor Hums v. Thomas Brown. — An aoi. £2 1!-3. The amount whs paid into court Solomon Cohen v. Juhn Esworthy. -An action cover f.5 l»s 4d. Verdict for plaintiff. —The same R. H:ickworthy. An. action to recover the mim of IS liis. 6d Verdict fur. plaintiff. —The same v. George Mayo..; An action to'reoover the auin of £15s. Verdict fur -plaintiff. . * ? . A. F. Forbes v. B. Wilkina. — An notion to recover the Biim'bf £2 Is. The plaintiff not uppearing he was non suited. R. Hackworthy v. Henry Webb.— Plaintiff in this case did not appear, and was nonsuited. ' ? Archibald Hiiy v. George Buxton.— An action to re cover the sum of £9 5s. Verdict for plaintiff for the amount claimed. Kichurd Harris v. S. Wheatley. — An action to recover £5 l'Js. The plaintiff not appearing was nonsuited. J. Hollinshead v. .Tames Hubbard.— An notion to re c...

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MELBOURNE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

.. v i R O O R ** E * mRIVAW. . .,j:n^a(8.V{rcn Avril2.-V-eim,frolnUverPool;— -? Adelaide. DEPABTCBE3. . Q ain; jt. 'W.l

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TUESDAY, April 7. 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. J. Hannell, Esq., J.P.;and 0. B. Ranclaud, Esq., J.P. Resisting the Police. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

Tuesday, Apmt 7, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.; J. Hauncll, Esq., J.P.;and C. B. Kanclaud, Esq., J.P. Jteaiitimi tht Police. John Wright was charged with assaulting a man within view of the police, on the (3th iust. The prisoner said he was drunk at tlie tiina, and did not know wliai he was about. Constable Wood deposed to the circum stances under which tlie offence was committed. It ap peared from his statement, that the prisoner struok a lad several times, and that on being taken into custody for tho ussault he violently resisted tho officer. Tlie Bench found the prisoner guilty and sentenced him to pay a penalty of 40s. or seven daya in Maitland gaol. The fine was paid, Slenttmi Wearing Apparel. Isaac Aria and Walter Hopps were brought up. on re mand, on this charge. Tho prisoners were further re manded until to-day, for tho attendance of Inspector Thorpe, who was unable to caiue_/ -wn from Singleton yeiterday. . j 1 Trespats on the O. ** f,ilwai/. Richard Pearce appeared to ...

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[?] ADE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

_ „ t a T D B ? A V « ' [?] [?] [?] ing unv' ~VJ' ,.:iv howuvcr, u- -- .-,, j.m.) ft uiu-i— i tekenonboaid. in Uoro db0Unair ed tu 077 tons, of Iiivorp o ^ tola Bruce, w»» Uem 8UCh She is commanded by l er.giv^b the|t ^ | .i.inwrockod in *nu. ... n_,,i,i affurd, an-» » .. ,uoUth [?]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

aiiid . tween tu. because it \v. prisoner up. The prosecutor ('i... I am an e:igincfitter, an. ueensland ' rush.' 1 ha. mini, aud lost some tools tn. Miami last week. I know the prisi. him eight or nine days. Prisoner and i together, nnd I worked one day there. 1-. and brought me a number of articles to repair, pots aud pans, ic. I carried my tools in the prisu. b.ig, While I was working the prisoner brought me, among other things, a bath to repair. I told him not to bring any more articles as I should not be able to get them done that day, and that I who going to woik for Mr. Brown on the following day. Prisoner then kicked over the fireput and lifted tlie big with the toots in. I took liold of the bag to prevent the prisoner from biking it, telling him he might keep the money I had given him, but not tu take the toola away. The prisoner then threat ened to rip my guts out with a knif» which he bad in his hand. Thinking that hu might injuro me I let him go, und he made off with'the...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

trnrrst»i.«««01 ^^W'!-^*^:.^. srp^v.tfgBft^^iV Hi. Royal Highness Prince ^ff£°-lt**»«, wmmm hadbeen rec-.^ ? wWoU tuoy »au --— uti ve mm d«Part'!!- JhRold!ers, and on the o her w ^ [?] ^W t««n to fifteen. . ? „„„!, complaining o£ bo small. . MvuBOURN^Monday. [?]

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