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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 4, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M. Charge of Stealing Wearing Apparel. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. . , NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 4, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M. Charnt of Sttaliiig Wtarino Apparel. Isaac Aria and Walter Hopps were brought before tho court on remand, charged with stealing a quantity of wearing apparel, tho property of one James Milton Foans. On this charge the prisoners were again reman ded till Monday for further evidence. A second charge of stealing wearing appaiel, the property of one Billiane was then entered upon. Senior-Sergeant Conway having stated the circum stances under which tho prisoners wore charged with tins offence, proceeded to call evidence as to the theft. ? Billiane deposed : I am lodging at the Shipwrights' ArinB':Hotel ; I went to lodge there last Tuesday morning. Wheu I went to tho house I had a au-nn with mn wvd»iinil im in ii rilun hlunkut. sucurec with straps. The swag contained two pair of tweed trousers, a carpet bug, one flannel shirt, two shepherd's plaid shirts, a pair of stiong working boots w...

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By Electric Telegraph. [?] Tuesday, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

n,, Etofric Telegraph. ? '' 7'iiesoa»i «-J' ?'?..„ ItoA»— «— -— — 'H four o'clock. 0,fa.b,kELL. I Aav. ..?'8 20p.m... . ovdney and Auct Gilfillan and Company, of Sydney

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

or it the lion, more to do enmity ineinbei , him. iUiLWAY Excursion first page, it will bn seen tit., vertised cheap trains for the .., days. Tickets taken on the 10th, . . mouth will be available tu the 24th i. fares for tlin double journey. On EustA llUh instant, special excursion tickets will bu ami to all stations on the Hue at the lowest si. prices, viz., 4s. to Singleton and back, and la. 9d. iluitliind und back. Full particulars as tu tho hours tho different trains arrive and depart, will be found in the advertisement. Baii.wav Passenger Fakes. — We hear, on pretty good authority, that the Government contemplate a re duction of the present high rate of passenger fares on the Great Northern Railway. Wo trust that the report is true, and feel assured that if it is, the receipts for tho current year will dhow a marked increase on those of 1807. The Condemned Convict O'Fabreix.— We under stand that the case of the condemned aonvict, Henry Jiiinm O'Furrell, is not likely to come u...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

^^W-'GENOE-' ARRIVALS. I AvHlfc 4. __. v Tjichhcad, [?] [?] [?] ?out ?»?'— DEPART u »?«-?? i APBH- 4. petropauloV8ki,witb \ ^ and 7000 spo** £»; f ^ ^ 258 Curpby. tot w-~— BeBtle»», ^^Uace.W^W 'Albert, «»h20O ion« coal... »';. Regent, JPJr* ... I Jjr«raT-o^.. ^ai^ht. Hokitika, w»th SS«i¥i U Brun, Cor Melbourne, '*'° Zephyr, 'g'-^Valter, agent. , with 445 tons ^ COASTERS IHWABBB. ^rMaXD»^.Hercule.. Apnl5.~Spray. oOTWABDB. T /MB 8YDNBY. , A_ril 4.- OoUmtat. «'j5*t,a Policeman.

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

H.UKTE H 'iXpfEll NEW STEAM naviga'umn/coiipany. strjm rTTyr d .v e y. The MORPETH, CaAaiu/ Buun, MONDAY am ! THURSDAY Morning. -: Tlw CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Summeuuell TUESDAY ami fc'RIOAY Evenings. ? ? GEORGE TULLY & CO.. Agnnta Hunter River Now^gtM,m Navigation Co. RETU^NjflCKETS. Fit 0 M TII-8j)ATK, RETURN TICKETS will be issued, nvailable for 0110 week ^ to passenger* by any of the 1T.R.N.S.N. Company': firat-clostt steamers, at the following rates : — Saloon ? 25». ??? Steerage .-. ? IS*. GEORGE TULLY & CO. Newcastle, Fob. 1!), 1808. ? 41; E AS TER MO NDAY, EXCURSION TO TOM AGO. I^HK MRMBl^sToi' THK HOLY . GATHOLJ C G UlLp 'SOCI BT Y having engaged tlii. fust nnd camnindiouratramshiii ANNA MARIA, for an EXOURSilOlVnihl) PICNIC to Tomajfo, on EASTER MONDAY, tn--tf-tli April next, invite tlie kind support of tlioir friends anil tlio public in general. The Slimmer will leave tho Wharf at 9 o'clock, rc turtiintr before dusk. f Failing's lt.uul will nconmpnny tl...

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SYDNEY ARRIVALS [?] Mail steamer 1700, [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

,YlN»Vl '.'I ? \ ABBIVAW- T.latoamer,l700, April «^«Sff^^'WTKS ST, JoHn I Port Macquane. Depabtob«3. Irving W. ). IUI« m's Brialc, on a «?»- ? - ?

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

^tasBLSISPOOT.. . Star oi Peace, 'Hi I Wellington. dUoharpng. ballast ®£l£V diB««?o^t 'Co.. Agents. . ..^W^VaU-enacoaUorSan [?] ??ssso^j?SSSS«---iior ???? , 8ySIMelbottrn ^— ^

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Sudden Death. — On Monday morning last a young servant girl in tho employ of Mrs. Taylor, of the Sand Hills (wife of Pilot Taylor), died very suddenly under rather peculiar circumstanced. Tho girl, it appears, had been suffering with a bad head, aud wus using a prepa ration of mercury in the form of ointment, ut the in stance of a medical man. Knrly on Monday morning, she rubbed some of the ointment on her head, und shortly after she complained to her mistress of being unwell. Mrs. Taylor wished her to go homo to her mother, but the girl did not appear to care to go. A little later in tho day she became ho ill that Mrs. i/uyior wsisxcu on iicr going 10 sco a doctor, and the two started from the house witli the intention of seeing Dr. Harris. They had only proceeded a xhort distance, when the girl said she was too ill to go any further, and the pair returned to Mrs. Taylor's house. Directly they reached the house, tho gill dropped down dead on the verandali. A magisteria...

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ADDRESS TO H. R. H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH FROM WARATAH AND LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

ADDRESS TO H. R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH FROM WARATAH AND LAMBTON. On Saturday forenoon last the county mem. ber, A. A. P. Tiglie, Esq., presented, through thiMiquerry-in-waiting (Lieut, llaig, 11. A.), an lultlress to H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh, u copy of which is subjoined. The address is a very elegant specimen of ornamental work, highly creditable to the local establishment ut which it was prepared, being impressed upon white silk, elaborately embellished in various coiouis, ami execiicuu wicu cuiihiuuihmiu iuhv tic skill. Two hundred and forty-woven signa tures were attached, a considerable portion of them being those persons engaged iu coal mining operations. Tlie equerry very courte ously accepted the address on behalf of his Royal Highness, and promised to lay it before him immediately-, and to state that it came from an important mining district, and com prised the names of persons, uwny of whom i\rc employed in producing the staple commo dity of this district. The eque...

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NEWCASTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

NEWCASTLE R^OES Av-y^TSl»vScV^o Great .bove races wa, held Jt Bl ,fho at. Northern Hotel, on MoIia'vy and everyone Ldance was vory —^o do all in their ptMeat appeared Aetona u ^d J attendance. The Honoauy ^ j . ^ Shaw) road the minutes oi COIlfirtoed. A ubt several 5p.1t ^ «men n M.^ ly races weru meant to ou chairman thougiw [?] motion was not put to the nu. b ol ot. wfth A cemvoraatwn then o oU ti10 WUvto, as one of the trust , e 3HouHl ue W consent that the use o the c^ rf ^^ , ?riven to the proseui. »»»--?? 'n,- F SQCOnauu u, £on the motion of Mr. J . *? * „ j,h t the pro papers once a week. MiUhorpo se I Mr. J- R^»Vm?l!.d' XdrSe MaUVeii Plate iiiiii be sold by uuction. v Mr. Why to PWPosod-^be empowered to e'rect V\ ied 'That the stewards be emi refr08hni?nt U»nk to the credit' the* Ior money paid [?] [?] [?] g^Tertataly. mm ?^'1?,/hisleavingNewC:!stle orh's ^^ wmmm mmm *oo commenced at n\» flnrinjj the whole 01 liiMlii ^& Olden then 'J^S? *o? ^ committee who had arrang...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

NOTI0B3 OV^OTIOS. Tbe^or to Te^^ J^r^^^^u,

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THE BURNLEY INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

THE BURNLEY INaUIRY. The report of the Select Committee on tlie case of Mr. Burnley, und the minutes of evi dence taken before that committee, were laid on the table of the Legislative- Assembly, by Mr. Tiglie, on Friday afternoon, and ordered to be printed. We have been favoured with a copy of the report, which is as follows : — The Select Coinmittvo of the Legislative Assembly, appointed on thu 20th Dec. lost, to consider und report upon ' the petition presented by Mr. Tighe, and n-.l^.m.! trv tin *ipititiwl r\w til a {\t.\t 1 }f»/V »'*»litt.illfr tfl a selection of land at Lake Macqunrie, made by Mr. John Durnlcy,' — 'with power to send for persons and liapois,' — to whom was referred, on tho lltli March, ' a petition flora James Burrou Winahiu and Daniel Tyer inan liisliop, stating that, as the assignees of one Thomas Tcmtuun, of certain free^aelccted land near the City of Newcastle, they are interrupted in improving the said luml by a lawsuit betnecu the Crown and one IJurnlcy,...

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

Frigate-Built Ship SYLPHIDfc. FOR POSITIVE SALE. ?liis Vessel is now lying in Johnston's Bay, and well dnaeryeB an inspeotion, for Betdom is u Bhip of this . / description wwiwfforcd to tho public ? -~&y RF. STUBBS and CO. liave been in- 7 ? structed by Messrs. EUlred and Spence, to ncll jy auction, at the City Mart, Georgo-Btreot, on WED SESDAY, April lGth; at- eleven o clock, the frignte milt ship ^^ -/ -f 301 tons tm^waiMf. Built under inspection as a I yacht for the Mafciis of Downsbire, ~J The material used in t™ construction of this excellent , vessel was selleted \ithout any regard to expense Slio is oak-bClt. aim copper-fastened, fitted with patent yards oldroUlr blocks ; 1ms done very littlo I work, and can TJlTelassed liuib without diiliuulty. j In D«u. last, her bottom waBput in good order iu j dry dock. Sbecarries a fair 'cargo, sails very last, I and shifts safely without ballast. ' I Inventories and fuller particular!)' can be obtained at I the Office of Messrs...

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

'^^EDUESpIv. APKIL 8, 1«» ?

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SALES MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS THIS DAY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

„.« M«T.HaS, AHD W1SWEHT?- I TOTS DAY._ , _ xj».»mailonB. halfW seven I'.m. ...

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FRIDAY. APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

Fkidav. April 3. Panama Mail Service. — Mr. Parkos laid on the table copies of the articles of agree ment between the Governments of New South Wales nnd Now Zealand, for the Panama Mail Service, and for the contract between the Bri tish Government aud the P. and O. Company, for the Suez Muii Service. The BurstiiEv/ Case. — Mr. Tiglie brought up a report from the select committee on the case of John Burnley, and Mr. Tunks brought up a report from the select committee on the petition of Thomas Smith. The report, in full, appeara elsewhere. The House adjourned at twenty minutes to five o'clock. '

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

^^wmiwi© [?] «rt'™ ',i«w-»: „„,„„ V [?] LE^I ' '^nowleaement of a u» Council s^^' [?] ^SSw^ [?] He moved, gat ^ „ an aeconded the »»«-, »'lv 7 » - to i»' ?»»?? -, plMincil to mo l movoui '??-calectCoimnitiBBy' «?;- _,, Council i ooinments 'l''''':cepti,-u of the rep»'' fSl^SM the motion, ?!«*«- put and carried. Rod«ers moved— 1 I ii. „ vocovftry oi »' » , ? ,„,,„ tlimK ciesiuw' , . i [?] IS^ ISTe «S two P-^^^n^ndodAld. 1^' [?] ^^^ Sl^ , put', and the-r^r de then moved_ The TUTEBOi.^. in3tructed to pout up [?] put and agreed to. s- °Werethree tenderers, v»jM'- ^ea89t8. Matthews | [?] msmm ffiVAE »0dg'3ked or it before. U [?] [?] [?] -K.nnBil ntany time-— A'' hriefty repueu, uio ° l:1 \id Bolton u»»'b, o ? n0; i on tuo i at the usual hour. ? .- — ,,

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY THURSDAY APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

mmmm^ A'VjSkinfjfcCti v !?: ass km jjly. --^ '* TlIUIISDAY, Al'IUL 2. Railway 'Works. — Mr. Onmmings moved 'the adjournment of the House, in order to com pliiiu of the gieut delays that luul taken place in currying on ruihvuy works in the colony. The whole railway department was a mass of mismanagement, nnd the ollicei-s neglected tlit'ir duty, or they should not have left it till the last minute to condemn the ballast laid on part of No. 4 Contract. Had the contractor been informed that the stones was not suit able when it was drawn on to the ground, the extension to One-Tree Hill would have bceu opened by tins time. — Mr. .Byrnes pointed out that the extension to One-Tree Hill was part of a contraet only, and that the Government could nob coirpel a contractor to hand over a portion of a contract. The contractor was bound to complete the whole of his work by u particular day ; but, until that day arrived, Government could not force him to hand over a part only on tho Hue. He could ...

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O'FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

~~ — ' rvKABUBLL. , 1 [?] fee STS ;»U tf-K [?] [?] vate into mattew of »£e 'of h month back,; 2« been thought ? ^ ^^ from who but the gve«« ''.„,. noW vecoveri »b» ??-- lit, which, P*«ed Svynece«sarymeaHm-e, [?] [?] [?] iuence3 mig»»- '° r~ . nothing oi » -' / ?,,atioerf i«stlce 8iml. Rut to return common malefactor, x headend I utterignommy and sna ? however faUeu [?] [?]

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DETERMINED SUICIDE OF A SOLICITOR AT TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 8 April 1868

DETERMINED SUICIDE OF A &0LICI. TOR ATTAMWOBTH. From the Tamworlh Examiner, 'April '-A. The townspeople were thrown into a state of the utmost distress on Saturday afternoon lust, about four o'clock, on learning that a short time previous, Mr. Jonathan Lennon, solicitor, had attempted to commit suicide by cutting his throat. At first the report was not credited, although for some time pre viously, many were aware that the unfortunate gentleman had been in a week state of health; but on several of- his personal friends proceed ing to his residence, which was the scene of the dreadful occurrence, the sad. intelligence was confirmed, and on it becoming generally known, the deepest distress overspread the township, such as no similar occurrence has produced within the memory ;of the oldest resident. Mr. Lennon was a' young man of twenty-five or twenty-six years of age, aud had been a resident among us for about three years and a half. During the whole of that time he had been mu...

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