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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ, AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO MARCH 14. LORD DERBY RESIGNED. DISRAELI PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ, AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO MARCH 14. L0BD DERBY RESIGNED. DISRAELI PREMIER. HUNT CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER. FENIANISM DYING OUT. WOOL HIGHER. [The following telegram from our Sydney Telegraphic Correspondent, was received by us shortly after elevtn o'clock on Monday night. We published it as an extra early on TuosJay morning, and issued it to as nmhy of our subscribers as we could conveniently'reach. We now republish the message for the benefit of those who did not receive a slip.] The Suez mail per the Bombay, steamship, has arrived at Adelaide, bringing news to the 14th of March. The members of the Derby Cabinet have agreed to serve under Disraeli, Lord Derby having swit in his resignation to the Queen. An application by the Jamaica Committee, at Bow-street Police Court, for a warrant agaiust Governor Eyre, was refused. At the wool sales, on the 28th Jan., there was a large attendance of buyers, uud prices advanced 'throe-eighths tojone penny. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

THE MOST ' Marvellous Discovery in Medicial Science. SUFFER NO T.OKGKU. CURB YOUKSELF BY THE NEW Electro Galvanio Improved Patent Selfad justing Cubative Ari'MANCK, for the relief and cure of every description of constitutional debility, whetbor alining from disease* of indincrctian, or any othor cause. Full particulars sent freu on application by lcttor, pre paid to Dr. Lionel Elliott, -^jloveluml House (near Lnngham Church) Kogent-strcq^ London, W, Also, Dr. L. Elliott's SPECIFIC nnd UNFAILING Remedies for Infection, naliuly his Venmul or Purify iny PitU— Tonic Altm-ativf Mixture— Dtttryeat Warn; also, for Gleet, -&c, \SxaJftdalivt Exptllent Mixture. N.1J. --Parties resident out of Great Britain may have all the above, with the necessary adjunct! and directions for Self Treatment sent to nny part of tlio world ; or from his Agent for Sydney, Mr. Wilkinson. Hunter Btroot. 177 NEW SOUTH WALES Co-operative Coalmining Company VTOTICE IS HEREB^t^IVEN, i_TJ that Oje*NiNETV^*«»'-...

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EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

EASTER MONDAY. ?? Tho neither on liastoi1 Jlojidny was dulight iul, and the day. was very generally observed as i holiday. Nearly all the shuns and stores were closed, and tho bulk of the people appeared to be out enjoying themselves. Here, in .Newcastle, there, was .very little going ou in tho shape ,.o£. mnusumunt, and had it not been for the great tun, and other towns, the city would havo been dull enough. Tho Catholic excursion to Tomago ciiiuo oil', pursuant to prior announcement, and wiia a complete success, the steamer bein-.- com fnrialily mil. The boat left the wharf punctually at. tuu ti.iur appointed, half-past nine, and pro cciiiloil tin-cut u- Tomago, where the excursionists liuidei!, ami ?.-njiiyed tiiomsulves to tiieir heart's cuiiNit. Tuu steamer returned to Noivoiistle a. im.il f.nu' o'clock, reaching tho wharf by about hail-past iivo o'clock, everyone on board appear iui! to have thoroughly tsujuyud tho trip. — The Mains from Maitlaud were crowded to excess, and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

Hollowat's Ointment and Piixs. — Erysipelas. — Much difficulty is often experienced in eradicating tho cnuso of erysipelas from the system. Till that ia effec tually done, this ittveteruto disease is always hoveling^ about, ready ngiiin to take possession, under tlie slight- ? est derangement of the health, of those predisposed, to the disorder ; hence tho frequent erysijielatiuus »t tucks encountered by one person. To remove the hid den source of this disease from the blood is the only rational mode of treatment, and this is effected, once for all, rapidly -ind Qnulbvby Hull'iwuy'n iu)ti[ilju]ogia lie preparations. These noble remedips correct so kindly, yet cnergetic^ly, the circulation and digestion, that erysipelas toon Crprts, and the p.itient iscuuruied to find that tho eneuiu#y-iut«d, for ever.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. NO. 1 NEWCASTLE BUILDING SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

LETTERS TO'THE EDITOR. NO. 1 KEWCASTLE^fiUILPIXO SOCIETY. Wo the Editor of the Newcastle Uiirtiiiklc. Sir — Santa time ainco I- was perusing the last nnnjinl report and balance-sheet of the No. 1 Newcustle Build ing ami Investment Society, and thoro are Borne items in the nccounta which I think requires further exiilona tioii, mid of »uch importune!) us in my opinion to warrant some kiml of enquiry. Before proceeding furtluT I ?hould, iierlinpa, mention, that I sun :i mcmliur of tin society, and am intcroBtetl in its welfare and progrcfi, mill therefore I trust tlmt what I shall say may not w put down aa emanating from iiny person holding view antagonistic lolho wulfnie of the sooiety. In reference to the account, as published, I w'8 surprised at the very niiihiguous manner in which the profit and Joss acconnt is made out, and was more than astonished to lind that there was not ono among those present at ihe meeting who did not demand some.' further dutail.f in refrrenca thereto. Th...

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THE PRECIOUS STONES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. SECOND ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

THE PflSOIOUJ 3TO:T33 OP NEW SOUTH WALES. By Charles H. Degnek, M.d] ''''' SECOND ARTICLE. ' * Tho principal establishments for cutting dia 'moTids are in Amsterdam. This polishod'dia monds aro divided into four classes — tableatones, thickatuiies, rosotts, and brilliants. Tablustonus ore flat ou tho top and bottom, mid have only on f.1if»ii- nirlna il rnw nf funn^ta .....I ...... nA 1 ? Talue. A thickdtouo fen on its top and bottom a flat plain, and ou this j^^w of faucatts, so that the bottom plain in tlMPto« plain is to he soon. This description of Hi^iond ha3 very little lustre. Kosetts are angular, cut on the top, and flat on the bottom. Tho brilliants aro angular on the top and bottom, or cornered. Jewellers sometimes give tho cutaiul polished diamonds a folia which is called the diamond tincture, mid this tiueturo consists of burnt ivory and inastix, and resembles black powder. The moru the dia moud attracts this tincture the greater is its value. The rosette are cut in thu s...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

LATEST I'S-TELLIQENOE. From.Qrcvillc't Tctct/ram Comxway.J SYDNEY-Mondau.l n.m. Thoro will in, nil prplxtbility bo an animated tlebuta in thu AaseinWy, to-morrow, .on the Lease hold llialtf'of Free'Salectors' Bill.- It is repor tud-tfiat thu Guvurnmuntr intend to move the piwi'Mia question with afviow of sholving tho Bill, and introducing early next sesaiou ft com pruuenaivu umuauLu ui liiuii unu iul biiu uuioxiu ment of thu land laws. Mr. Maopherson is Jto move, to-morrow, for the production of tho originals or copies of all letters addressed to O'Farrol^ ivliioli have beou inter cepted by the police, and more particularly one said to have been sent by the Bishop of Adeliade. It ia stated that Mr. Macphorson's principal object in seeking to elicit for the information of the public the contents of the letters referred to ia, to set at rest an unfounded report to the' effect that tho Bisjiop of Adelaide wroto to O'Farrell some timo ag*o, now in the possession of tho police, blessing ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

- Loss OP the SEi Wncn. — The schooner Aapaaia, .- from the Fiji Islands, brings iutelllgehce of the loss of the schooner Sea Witch, a vessel belonging to Sydney. On tho 17th inst., a heavy gale fio'm S.K to N.W. visited Kewa, duiug considerable damage ashore, and causing the destruction of the abovo schooner, which was lying in company with tho Aspasia, under tho reef. The whole of the crew were saved, and subsequently endeavoured to float the vessel tiff the reef,' but without success, and she ultimately broke up. The Aspasia for tunately rode out the gale without sustaining any dam age. — Now Zealand HtruXd, April 2J The Wke.ck or the General Grant. — Tho steamer Southland bus sailed from Bluff Harbour, for the Auck land Islands; for tho purpose of milking search for the wreck of tho General Grant, with a view to tho recovery of tho treasure on board of that vessel The Southland Ne\ct states : — ' Mr. Teer, one of the Burvivors. iiceoui panied by experienced divers, is with the e...

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PRINCE ALFRED. DAY OF THANKSGIVING FOR RECOVERY OF THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

? PBINOE ALFBED. DAY OF THANKSGIVING FOR RECOVERY OF THE PBINCE. An extraordinary to the Government Gazette contains tho following proclamation : — By his Excellency tho Bight Honorable Somerset Kich nrd. Earl of Belmore, a member of her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council in Ireland, Gover nor and CommanJcr-in-Chief of tho Colony of New South Wales, and Vice-Admiral of tho same. 'Whorens his Boynl Highness the Duke of Edinburgh hos been declared convalescent, and it is fitting that her Majesty's dutiful and loyal subjects should testify their thankfulness to Almighty God for His great mercy in preserving the lifo of his lioyal Highness from the hand of tlio assassin, Heary James OTarrt'll, at Clontarf, on the 12th ultimo, and in restoring him to his wonted health and strength: Now, therefore, I, th» Governor of New South Wales, by and with the advice of tho Executive Council, do hereby direct that Tuesday, the 28th instant, bo s:t apart as & special day of Prayer aud Pub...

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NEWCASTLE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

NEWCASTHJ4NDUSTRIAL SUHOOL. In the Newcastle filot of Friday last a most unwarranted and dastardly attack was made upon tho lady superintendent of the above named instituting The name of the superin tendent was not mentioned specifically, but it stands to reason thatfif ' things are not as they should be in the Industrial School,' the super intendent and the superintendent alone is to Manic. A lengthy reply to the articlo in question has ulugudy appeared in this journal, and the Pilot's JJime attempt to impugn the niaiiii^'ciiieut' of the institution has been . pretty fully exposed, so much so, that if not another word were to be written on the subject, we; feel assured that tho public at large would be thoroughly satisfied both in the hollowness of the charges brought against the institution and the thorough efficiency of the superintendent, Mrs. Agnes King. We confess that we approach the consideration of this subject with deeply sorrowful feelings. One person — confessedly well a...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, April 9,1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuuksdat, April 9, 1868. THB TTNKMW.OYKD AT MuSWELLBROOK. ? Mr. Kobertson presented a petition from rail way workmen at Muswellbrook, praying for the speedier progress on the Northern Hue to give them employment. Railway Cakriaoes. — Mr. Byrnes in reply to A question, said, 'that during the lust twelve . months six first-class nnd ten aeeond olass railway carriages had been imported, the . invoice price of first-class carriages being £850, and of second class £610 each. The MusvrELLBitooK Railway Extension. . ? Mr. Robertson moved the adjournment of the House in order to draw attention to the petition just presented by him. The petitioners had gone to Muswellbrook and fettled down upon the proposed line of ^railway, on faith of the promise of the ^Government that the rail way extension should be carried on. Owing to the del«y in carrying out the extension of the -Northern line these men had been left without employment until they were now Utterly ...

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[By Electric Telegraph.] Tuesday evening. 8.19 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

rSu Electric Tclt'jr'aph.] lP}irj)r7n» eveninrj. 8*19 a.m. Burnley's case is again postponed till Tuesday next, in consequence of the evidence not being printed. -..j' ', In tho Assembly,' Mr. M'Phoraon's motion liaa been discussed and vyithdrawn. The ?Hoii.''.*Mr Parke3 read a letter trom tne isisnop or Adeiaiae, aaieu tvexiora, July, 18G7, inviting 0'Fnrrell to join the Jesuits, but containing no reference to Prince Alfred, or Fenianism. The dismissal of Mr. Drowe, tho late school master, atTomago, is now being debatod. Serioi's imputations have been cast upon him. She ^jeiyygtb titbxw&ftt. 'WEDNESDAY, APBIL 15tu, 1808.

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EXECUTION OF TWO MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

EXECUTION OF TWO MUKDER3ES. From the Melbourne Argus, April I. Joseph Whelan and Bernard Cunningham suffered death nt the hands of the common hangman yesterday, in the Melbourne Central Gaol, for murder. Both tho condemned men, as soon as the time for their execution was finally appointed, received with the deepest attention the minis trations or tne itoman uatuonc clergymen who visited them, but there is reason to fear that Whelan was buoyed up to the last with hopes of a reprieve. At ten o'clock, the hour appointed for the execution, Mr. Ellis, tho duputy sheriff, directed the convicts to bo brought from the condemned cell into the cor ridor, und tint pinioning process was rapidly cinnpletud. Cunningham, who has never ques tioned the justice! of his sentience, appeared perfectly tranquil and resigned, but his com panion was visibly distressed. Before as cendipg the .scaffold he turned to those present — a company numbering about twenty persons exclusive of the gaol officials — and...

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DESPERAT COMBAT BETWEEN A BLOODHOUND AND HIS MASTER: [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

DESPERAT-. COMBAT BETWEEN A BLOODHOUND AND HIS MASTER: | ; From, the dlarcnu Examiner. ? OnThur-sduy evening, the Cth ult., Dr. J. F. Borini, a physician, resident at the Brisbane, and well-known on the Clarence River, having formerly been connected with the Graft-on hospital, had a very narrow escape of losing his life. It appears that the doctor nnd his wifo were seated in the garden fronting his residence, eniovinsr the cool evening breeze, with a large mastiff dog lying close by ; they had not been seated long when the dog set up a peculiar howl. As the night was very hut, Mrs. Berini, in order to give the dog more freedom, removed the rather heavy collar from the neck of the animal, when no sooner had she done so, than tho dog made a rush at the fence, with a loud cry, aud commonced biting tlio palings with great ferocity, when Dr. B., rising from his seat, in order, the better to observe the animal, called upon him to desist, when the infuriated dog inaking a leap, seixed his ...

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CELEBRATING MASSES FOB THE THREE FENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

CELEBRATING MASSES FOR THE THREE FENIANS. Fuom the Spectator, Junuary 11, 1868. The Bishop of Kerry, Dr. Moriurly, has de clined to allow requiem masses and other solemn services to be celebrated for the three executed Fenians in Kerry Cathedial. It was not, he said, in his address on tho subject, that he objected to praying for the souls of these men, who were not suiltv of tho worst kind of crime, and who seemed to lmv« died in a very Christian frame of mind. If the demand for special services had been based on real compassion for the souls of the executed men he should not have refused. But obvi ously it was not ' sympathy and compassion naked for, but honor,' aud this the Bishop of Kerry refused to accord — because, first, the crime of which they died was perpetrated in the cause of revolution ; secondly, because it was a result of secret conspiracy condemned by the church ; thirdly, because it' as an act of violence, it was lawful and praisowoithy, it must be lawful aud praisew...

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IMPORTANT FROM HOKITIKA. ARREST OF FENIANS! REMOVAL OF THE CELTIC CROSS. Hokitika, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 April 1868

IMPORTANT FROM HOKITIKA.. ARBEST OF FENIANS !~BE3OVAL OF THE CELTIC CROSS. From the SdufJtern Croat. Hokitiku, March 24. There 'wns immense excitement lust night on receipt of the telegram announcing the Prince's safety. An impromptu demonstra tion was got up. Titerc was a huge bonfire in the Municipal Reserve, and the whole town turned out — the firemen in uniform. The Philharmonic Societv assembled at the fire and sang 'God Save the^Queen,' with a verse added for the occasion. The enthusiasm was and is unbounded. Tho Town Council havo met and have pro claimed to-inorrow a general holiday for rejoic ings at the Prince's escape. Every loyal per son h to wear a blue ribbon at tho request of a large number of loading citizens. A monster meeting is to be held at the Prince of Wales Theatre to-morrow morning to frame n con gratulatory address to the Duke. .No show of Feuianisui. The bonfire last night was atten ded by over 2000 persons. Tlie people joined in singiug the National Anthem,...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Apiul 14. Mr. Docker gave notice of motion (for to day) for a committee to prepare an iiddiess of condolence and congratulation to her Ma jesty in reference to the recent events. The Council adjourned.

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, APRIL, 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ? Tuesday, AHiir, 14. O'J?aiuiell. — Mr. Mncpherson moved for copies of all letters addressed to tlie convict O'tfarrell, which had been intercepted by the police, more particularly of one from the Ro man Catholic Bishop of Adelaide. His main object in moving for these papers was to meet a rumour that had gone abroad that the letters from the Bishop of Adelaide expressed a hope that O'Farrell would be successful in what- ho ?wns about to undertake, and that if success ful ho would receive, the absolution 01 tne Church. This letter, it was reported, had been received within tlie Inst few weeks, and had been addressed to O'Farrell at the JRoyal Hotel. This rumour was '.current- through out the whole city; nnd whilst he believed that some letter had beeascnt and intercepted, it was altogetheriucredible that a high ecclesi astical dignitary of a Christian' Church should be guilty of such expressions of syinpa.thy with, and encouragement of, an assassi...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

W A L L S E N D\ Tea Meeting. — Special services iu connection with the Welsh Congregational church were held, on Sunday, 12th inst.-j and on the following day, a public tea meoting took place, to which something like 20Q,:.-poople sat down and partook of the good things provided. Shortly after Hoveii o'clock 'they repaired to the Wesleyan Church, to hold ? the after mooting. Mr. D. . M'Kay being voted to tho chair, the proceedings wore commenced by singing and prayer. I no ticed on the platform tho Itovs. E. Lewis, E. C. Pritohard, Messrs. G. Head, Buckly, and Youl. The chairman opened the mooting by reading an apology sent by Mr, Neilson. Ho then made a few very appropriate remarks, at tho close of which ho called on the Rev. Mr. Lowis, who gave a financial statement respecting the church. Mr. Bead, the Rev. Mr. Pritohard and Mr. Youl, addressed the meeting at considerable length. After a vote of thanks to the Iadie3, choir, chair man, and speakers, the mooting separated. *' Accid...

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PORT WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 April 1868

PORT W A li A T A If. We paid this placo a visit the other day, and were surprised to sco the headway the works aro making there. The ships in at tho shoots wait ing for coal, and tho smelting works with all tho furuacas burning, and tho men busily engaged .converting the rough ore into bright copper, pre sents a busy and cheerful scone, and we hopu, in a short timo, when this placu is laid out for a township and allotments sold, it will bucomo a thriving place. ?

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