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[By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. THE EXECUTION OF O'FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

[By Electric Ttltpraph.] ;' ;. SYDNEY Tuesday, 11.80 a.m. . THE EXECUTION Of O'FARBBLL. O'Farrell' was executed at nine o'clock this (Tuesday) morning.' There was a largo number of _perao'ns present to witness the execution.' . O'Farrell: prayed fervently at the foot o'f the ladder leading to the gallows, with Fattier Joliu O'Dwyer. -Be walked rapidly .and firmly. He made no remarks to the spectators, and died without any' struggling. He Bent a letter to the Colonial Secretary, yesterday, which he requested would be opened after bit doath. » ;?? ' ?? ??..-? ?-..-?.- ? 5.24p.m. ,;; It is reported that O'FttrralL'.'aaid privately* /before his. death, that he was glad the Prince escaped, and that he was glad -lie had avoided Now Zealand, where his life might have been in danger. The Colonial Secretary stated in the Assembly this evening, that the Government had received another important communication from another quarter, but declined to state the par ticulars. . ,.?'..' 8.50 p.m. ' O...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL. 18, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P wife Desertion [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE C0U11T. Sati-iihay, Apiik. IS, 18IW. Reforcir. Scott, Ksq., P.M., and J. Hiumell, Esq., J.P. ITO' Pcsatinii. Richard Singleton, in custody, wnj brought up on re inniiil, vlmgctl with deseiling bis wife, and leaving her without lawful means ut' support. The prisoner was ordered tu ai\e his wife !-.1. a week for six months, the lii. it payment to bur.iadelto the constable at Wnrntnh, on Saturday the £itli instant. Dvrcrtituj hit GHtilren.' Tho same prisoner wiim then charged with deserting his live children, and lcM-ing them without lawful means uf support. He wok ordered to give his children 'Ji. a week for siv uiunths, tho first payment tu be nnula on the same date, and tu tho same party as in the other case. Monday, Ai-uii. 20, ISilX. IJefore H. Scutt, Kmj,, P.M., and J. llaiuicll, Umi., J.P. titaitiiiy a dune. .Tosoph Tierncy was brought before the court, in ciu tody, dun guil with stealing a goose, tho property of one Jon ltruiiKhtuu, un the ...

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THE LABOUR OF THE BRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

THE LABOUR OF THE BRAItf . From the Atlantic Monthly, The connection of tho mind and body, and tho dependence of the mind upon the heal'li and vigour of tho body, have been often dwelt upon, and we cannot be too deeply sensible of the debt which the student owes to those who have made this truth prominent to him. But, after, all, it is wonderful with how much independence of bodily suffering — and e*$jt of suffering, in , the brain — the mind carries itself, and this fact seems worthy of more dis tinct recognition than it has received. It significantly confirms our belief in the exist ence of an immaterial principle, or soul, superior to the mere functions of the brain. Great and healthful - mental activity often exists in a disordered body, and biographical literature is full of illustrations of the power of a strong will to accomplish brilliant results while the system is agitated byphysicial dis tress. Campbell, the poet, pursued his regular habit of writing every day, even under...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

SALES, MEEJINQS, AND AMUSEMENTS. , THIS DAY, April 22. '' Sale of twenty-eight bales of lucerno h»y, by Mr.1' J. C. Boiiarius,*at eleven o'clock, on the Market.Whttrf. Sale of freehold property, consisting of twentv-five' building allotments, in Blimo-atreot, by Mr. J. C. Bona ritiH, »t Itouse's Hotel, at twelve o'clock;' also, build ings now occupied by Mr.- Colin Christie; ' - '? ,' ? .THUKSDAY, April .23. . ';, i Lecture on FenUnism in Aew' Zealand, at tho City Hall, by Air. James JU.de flammotfc, ut liulf-past seven o'clock. ? ? FHIDAY, April 24. ' ., ; Meeting of Committee of1 the Whole of tho Borough Council, on the Market Reserve question/ at seven ' o'clock. ? ? . . '? ? WEDNESDAY, APKIL 22,'l8&3!

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Tub Outcoiso Knclisu Mails. — Wo would remind our readers that tho Knglish mail riet Suez, luuvci Sydney to-morrow (Tluiwday). Thu (WuiliiMilay) morning'* iitonnier is, therefore, thu lint opportunity the citizens of Nowc-.istlo will lmvo of posting lettera intended for this route. The Pnniiina mail id uniioun ced to leave Sydney on Friday week, the 1st of Muy. Additional Ukase. — Wo notice with pleasure, that tit* i ifiY'nrnmmifc lmvo commenced tlie erection of an 'id. ilitiunal crane, ut thu extrcma euil pf tho wharf. Ono of the Dredges hits bean placed opiw-»ito to where the laur crane is to be fixed, with a yio-.r to deepen the chan nel t'or the accommodation of' Vt-asels lining this crane. Thu wharf has nlari been cut away, and n beginning made with the foundation. This now emuo. we are informed, is of colonial iir.umf.ioture, anil U intended by tho Gov ernment for the express purpose of co.iliiii; tlm steamers. W'u need hardly sn- it will be a gie.it boon to the p...

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. Thiscourt opened yesterday morning, at East Maitland, before his Honor Mr. Justice Har giiive. The barristers present were tho Soli citor-General, Messrs. Ellis, Wisdom, Rogers, Murray, and Decker. Mr. J. B. R. Robertson was in attendance as Sheriff. The usual pro clamation against vice and immorality was read by the Judge's associate. Horse Stealing. — James Manns was charged with stealing, on the 30th day of December, 18G8, atWest Maitland, one horse, the property of Mi-. James Clift. , A second count charged him with, receiving the said horse knowing it to have been stolen. — The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and wus undefen ded. — The following witnesses were examined for the Crown: Sergeant Parker, Joseph Jones, James Clift, Michael llamer, and SeniorSer geant Conway. — The circumstances are these : — On tlie.SOth Dec, Mr. Clift was proceeding to East Maitkuid to see his mother, who was dying ; he stayed for a moment at the Plough Inn, in West Maitland, a...

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IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

IRRIGATION. , In a colony, such aa New South Wales, where at one period of the year our farmers are cry-^ Ing out at an excess of water in the shape of a flood, and at another exclaiming iasrtd tones of their, utter want of the same generous fer tilizer ^u the parching misery of-a length; drought, the subject with which we now in tend to deal claims' no 'ordinary amount 'of H»»v«»iuui visual iiii^avivuj iiiuuHiiiiua upuu thousan.ls of acres, now regarded na: mere wastes of .- scorched-up barrenness, might be tilled and made to yield a handsome profit. With irrigation, tho annuul loss of whole flockfi and herds, by starvation and thirnt, .would be done away with. Witli irrigation, the growth of many a product, now forbidden by the alternately sun-hardened and water Bwamped land, would be. fostered and en couraged, lii short, irrigation would give a fillip to our agricultural prospects, such as 'we might otherwise leave to very remote posterity to enjoy. The examples we hare before us...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE ARRIVALS.APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

_SJrlipPING INTELLlMjCE.! ARRIVALS. . !*«? ,.'?: * i ; : 'Aim* is. ' Hero (s.».)i 765, Logan, from Melbourne), 14th inst. *B.~B. Wallace; trait. - - ? ' -.-—??.«—»-«? ? --— -- Sea Nymph, bq., 262, 'Walker, from Sydney. Captain, , ,{ ?gent. :-. ? i -v ?? ? ' .; ; ', -r -, ? Mary Cumtniiigs, ach.j 106, Wigtnore, from Holcitikn, 6th iiut. A. Hogg, agCnt. ? ' ' ? ( Southern Cross, bqi, Thompson, from Sydney. C. F. ' 'Stokes and Co., agents. - .-t- -? ! i. . . . ArnitlO. », ??- t ? '? '' T/Jchlcl, «Mp, 67f,'JIonkinnri, from Dunedih, 30th ult. Passengers— 8 in theAtecruge. C. F. Stokes 'nnd Co., -' agents. . Jr Anna, bq., 168,(grafcil, from Nelson. Passengers— 3 iiV in the steerage. RTH. Grianon. agent. ! Eugenie, Dutch bq., 262, Yanderbcck, from Sydney. C. F. Stokes and Co., agent*. ' .I-; J !. '?- ' ' . 'Ai'Kit20. ! -' f /? ?' ' Vcno, sell., 221, Harriuoii, from Holdtika, -8tli inst. R.B. Wallace, agent. * ' i Clutha, sch., 160,- Jtrohor, from Sydney. It. B. Wai Uce. agent ' - -,', ? \ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

HU N T E 11 RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAM t6 3 Y D N E Y. The MORPETH, Captain Bunn, TUESDAY and FRlDAYH^niiigs. The CITY OP NEWCASTLEnCaptain Sumverukli, WEDNESDAY and SAtHJRDAY Mornings. GEOItUE TULLY A CO.. Agent». Hunter River New SteatfTtJ avigation Co. RETURN TIOKETS. FROM THIS DAtY RETURN TICKETS will be issued, jvaflablo for ono we*k, to passengers by any of the HJR.N.S.N. Company's first-class steamors, nt tho following rales : — Saloon- - -? ?'?' ?--..;-.? - 25s. Steerage ? 15*. GKORGE TULLY A CO. Newcastle, Fob. 19, 18S3. ? 415 Notice to Shippers to and from the Hunter AND MELBOURNE. ANY Goods Shipped by this Company's Steamships, to be SdHvarded to Melliourne, will bu delivered to the / YOU YANKS hvM^NlWNONG STKAMSIltpSSk at tlm adjoining Wharf, mtliout nny charge fnr re moval, nuil good* from Mctbsrfrns will be receirad in Uk0'niUmer-' . K.J. THOMAS. Manager. Olflcra— -Foot of MarVet-»treet. 30th March, 18IS8. ? ? ? 700 First Vessel for San Francisco. . v;c ...

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

FREIGHTS. Freights are now ruling as follows : — Shanghai, 45s. ; Hung Kong, oos. ; Foochow, 30s. ; Ningpo, 35s. ; Chea fon, 25s. ; Calcutta, 25s. ; Bombay, . 32s. Gd. ; Galle, 23s. ; San Francisco, Ms. ; Singapore, 25s. ; Manilla, 25a. ; Java, 23i-. ; MaSiritius, 27s. .6,1. ; Opiiin, 25h. ; Panama, 30s. ; Vokolmma, 43s. ; Auckland, 18s. ; Wel lington, 20s. ; Nelson, 19*'. ; Port Cooper, 20s. ; Wan ganui, 25a. ; Port NapieriWs. ; HokiHkn. .35a. ; Otago, 21a. ; Adelaide, IBs. Wf ; WnlUroo,' 19a. ; Brisbane, ' 14s. ; New Caledonia, 20AJ Meibourno, 15i. ; and Hob son's Bay, 14s. 6d. - r

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 22 April 1868

COMMERCIAL AHD SHIPPING IHTELLIQEHCE. DKPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS. The following ships, have left for foreign ports sine* last summary per niail via Suez ??-- . March 24. — Einma^Tori., with 23U tons cool, for Foo Chow. , Maroh,2a— Albert, bq., 319, with 310 tons coal, for Nin'gpo.- ?'?''? ,.i «.' «..t. 4 March 30. -India, brig,' 141, with 161 tons coal, for Fooohoo. -i . i, v t» March 31.— Esk, bq., ' 404, with' 640 tons coal, for Opnra ; and J. R. Worcester, ahip, 815, with 1100 tons coal, for Shanghai. ?.*.-?*' April 1. — Louise Kroonprinces van Zweden, bq., 401, with C06 tbns.coal, for Uo Ilo. - April 2.— EUon Castlo, bq., 328, with 450 torn coal, for Miiiiiln. ' ? April 4.— Union, bq.,.3(il, with 300 tonB coal, for Petropaulorski. April 7.- Venezuela; bq., 200) with 410 tons coal and 4 casks tallow, for Hongkong. . „ . April 8.-4Jolden Age; bqi, 381; wlthiBOO tons ooal, for Petropaulovski ; LamUborouKh, ship? 1000, with 1200 tons coal, for Panama ; and Flyinir Basle, ihip 10-y...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Dat OF TtiASKSisivisu. -AVo beg to remind our readers, that Tuesday nu.it is this day set apart by thu Governor as a day of thanksgiving for thu recovery of l'rinco Alfred/ Tho day of course will be observed as a clo3e holiday, and we believe it is intended to hold reli gious services :it all tho churches and chappU in town. Several public bodies will attend the Kpiscopalinu churches in their corporate capacity, aud in uniform. By our advertising columns it will be seen that the ti-.iiua will run as on Sundays— that is, there will be no mid day train. Advertisements intended for insertion iu this journal on AVndnesday uext, must be left at the office Mime time on Monday, or after six o'clock ou Tuesday night. Police Coiiut Fcn'R* asd Fp.es.— Tho total amount of fines received by thu Newcastle Clerk' of Putty Ses sions, during the qnnrtur'unditig the 3l.-t of last mouth, was £81. The fees for tho aamu space amounted to £37 -M. Sunday .School Anniverk.vuy. — Tho annual Sa...

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Friday APRIL 24. Learing an [?] Fire in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

FltiDAT. Ai'ltrr. 2-i.i Le.nvina an Jimittil Fire in the Jinth. Albert Taylor appeared, on nummaus, to answer the charge of leaving a tire, which he had lighted iu tl|u open air, before the same was thoroughly extinguished, at Winbii, on the 18th inst. Thomas ]-nohin, being sworn, mud ; I w nt Wiaha on my own property, on the lKth inst., and when there I hcurd a tree full. I went .straight for the phiou where 1 hcaril tho tree fall. I then? saw tho defendant, AHiert Taylor, in tho not of putting busing on a tire that had It.inti It i«1 if ml T uit ill * * WIim -im f lim-i vml vi\n tn full f.lmk troc.' He said, ' I authorized myself.' I siiid, ' I shall not let you have the honey out of the tr-'C.' Ho said, ' If I don't get the honey you shan't j I'll burn it first.' I went away then, he having left just before me. ? I naked him before he wont if he intended to leavo tho tire there. Hu said, '* I intend to have the honoy burnt before you shall have it.' I returned about two hours aft...

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Thursday, APRIL 23. Using Indecent Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

Thursday, April 23. Lhiny Inilecent Ltinymtije. William Chart, mate of the brig Dorwcnt, was brought before tho court, charged with using indecent language, iu Hunter-street, on the 22nd iu.stant. The prisoner plea ded guilty, aud was liueil 10s., or iu default of immediate payment to be imprisoned in Slaitland gaol for seven dayH. It appeared from the statement of the npprchr till ing constable, that at the time, thu olfuuee was commit ted the prisoner was standing near some piostitutos, to whom he usi-il somo very disgusting language, without tlie slightest provocation. Tlie prUoner was removed in custody, not having sullicinut money un him to pay the line.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday ,April 22,1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Assembling Policeman.—Working on Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

POLICE IlTTELLIGrENGjB. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. 5 . Wrdkesda.y, Awhl 92, isfBS. i- Before H. Scott, Knj., P. M. - AsMultiniin Putictnian. —Wovkiny on Suiidau. John Kergusuu .tss charged, with asinulting constable VicVers, irhiUt iu the execution of hia duty, on th« 12th instant. Mr. Brown appeared for the defendant. I Constable Vickcrs, baing sworn, said : On Outer Sunday, I was on duty on the ljueeu'a Whai-f. Sty inten tion was drawn to a. noise ais of cohU baing shovelled, proceeding from the schooner Vibilia. I went down alongside the ichoonur. I there taw the defoudunt' now before the court, Bitting down aft on board the schooner. Tbure were two man shovelling coals from the deck down the after hold. 1 spoke, wishing him good morn ing, lie did nut make any answer. I then said to him, ' 1 luppojo you are awnre it is Sunday morning. ' Ho replied, ' I don't know that I tun,' 'I said to him, ' Ar« the men at work your men.' Jtuanid, 'They are men I've employed from tho shore.' I toh...

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NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL 'iUAUTKlU.V MEISTI.VC. The fitat quiii tci-ly meeting of Lite gcnural committee, ia connection with tli« nbovo insti tution, (under the uew reyinie) was held in flie committee room, at the Hospital, nti Wi'dtu'sduy nfturnonn hist. There were ])ie smit the Vice-Pifftiilent (Mr.W.W. Eowe), ia tlio chiiir, uml Messrs.' E,. B. Wnllnce, Finch, Winship, and tlio Secretary, Mr. F. Gunlner. Thu Oliiiii-inan having formally opened the mpetiiifr and briefly atatod the business, called upon the Secrettiry to road tho i-«port sind batinicu-sht'ut drawn up by the nctiug ctiin mittei'. Mv. Gardner then read thu report, as follows : — ACTING COMMITTKE'3 itEPOHT. To the General Committee of the Newcastle Hojpital. (Jentleiuen— We, the members of the acting commit tee, have imnli pleasure iu submitting the following report, for the past three months :— On the :51st of December, 181)7, the number of patients then in tho Hospital wore : .Milieu, 5 ; fmmilcs, (). Admitted from the 3l...

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

VESSELS IN EORT. Onnoral Wyndham, ship, fi52, loading AVnllncnd coal for Him Francisco. Fury, bq., 400, loading Lambton coal for Lyttleton. Wennington, ship, 882, loading Warntnh coal for Cal cutta. Lochicl, Bhip, 074, loading A. A, Co. 'a coal for San Francisco. Eugenic, Dutch bq., 262, loading Wallsend coal for Java, Charlotte, Swedish bq., 420, loading Wallnend coal for Manila. Bltei Shaiii), bq., 387, loading A. A. Co.'s coal for Melbourne. 'O-. Eleanor, bq., 4H, loading A. A. Co.'s coal forOtago. Southern Cross, bq.,V323, loading Lambton coal for Hobart Town. N vN ImIv Alioia, brig, 182, discharging cargo. C. F. Stokes & Co., Agents. Kronprinccss, ship, 719, loading A. A. Co. 'a conl for Clutha, 'sell., 150, loading A.A. Co.'s coal for Mol ? bourne. Piccadilly, brig, 1G3, loading Waratah coal for, Ade laide. . .- . . , - -?«? - Oocilia, Bhip, 482, discharging ballast. . . ? Veno, sch., 225, discharging ballast. _2. _v— - J{- B- Wallace, Agent. Alexandra, bq., '400, load...

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SYDNEY. (From the S. M. Herald ) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

SYDNEY. (FromtheS.M. Herald.) ARRIVALS. April 20.— Swallow,; soh., 00, from River Don (Tns , , nmuin), 14th inRt. ; Miss Kilmansegge, brig, 22U, from ?Wavnainbool, 15th inst. ; Leonidnn, sch., Ill, from Wur liainbaol, 15th inst.; Joshua Bates, ship, 501, from Hongkong, 19th Feb. ; Graf ton (a.), 213, Maides, from Grafton, 18th inst. April 21.— Ballina (s.), 200, from Macleay and Port Macquarie. j- - April 22.— Electra, bq., 380,. from Tumboz|(Peru), Jan. 20th ; Amber Witch,' bq., 330, from Saigon, Otli March ; Clarence (a.), 250, from Brisbane, 20th inst. DEPARTURES. April 20. — Agnes Irving (s.), and Susannah Cuthbert (r.), for Grafton ; Pacific; for Port Mackny ; Sulween, for London ; nnd Wave of Life, for Port Denison. April 21.— City of Hobart (s.), for Hobnrt Town ; City of Adelaide (s.), for Melbourne ; City of Brisbane (s.), for Brisbane ; and Rangatira (a.), for Adelaide. April 22. — Balclutlin («.), for Maryborough ; nnd Grafton (s.), and Helen Macgregor.(s.), for Grafton. ...

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THE CARELESS USE OF FIRE PREVENTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

T/IE CARELESS USE OF FIRE J'ltEVHNTtON' ACT. ?\\V lrn-o lioi'n rei]iii*Rtcii by t!ie 1'olice Magistrate to direct s|Hvml ;itl'itiun ti- a ci.se which was licnrd in tlio i'oliouCimrt', ycstorilny, and aivpuitof which will bo f.iunil tui.U-r''tlw liiMilcif 'l'oliuo lntulli^oiicc.' We ivfi'f t-i the c:ii«s of -iiio Albert Taylor, a fanner, living at Wi.ibii, near ltexhiim, who wi« lini-d UUn. and court costs, for k-»vi»K n tiro is-iit':«l by him in thu iijwn »ir uiiestiiij;uisliiMi. Tiiylnr wns oonvlutu'l uudor tliu first ohiiise or' tile ' - ..'uivle.w lTsu of Kini J'lvvoatiim Aet.' iisMunto.l tn hy tin.! Colonial l'luliiuiicnt 1111 the 7tli Aiwil l*iii , anil Ins is me lime caso iiihu-i1 tins .\et time has c;.«;-! lifture the Newcastle Hencli. Wa lind l.y ii-furriut; tn tliii Act itself, that the clauses tliereuf are i-.NcCLMlin^lv strinjjviit. »ml ii.vulvi! terms of impiisim ini'iit v.i. viii-r tVniii inic to six nioiithv. It may he us wi-ll, f»r ih« liKiwfit of our ouutiti1}* sulwc...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868

MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. April 18.— Planter, from Newcastle. April 19. — Rialto, Ellen, nnd Jane, from Newcastle April 20. — You Yanga (s.), from Sydney. April 21. — PlAiter, from Newcastle. DEPARTURES. April 20.— Janet Stewart, Conubatra, and Ecliptic, for Newcastle. April 21.— Nil Desperandum, Sarah Ann, nnd Eliza Blanch, for Newcastle. April 22. — Sydney Griffiths, for Newcastle.

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