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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
GOT&mmenfc Railways. DAY OF TffAhFJiS&ZTIJS'-G FOR THE RECO VERY OF K. R. JfTKBE DUKE OF EDIX BURGH. \. TUESDA.Y, 28th AitfllL. ON' the n!-ove Day of GcnenhyTlinnks Civinjf, Hip .Sunday 'Serrico Trnins ontywill bo run. x .TAMES ira!XK3, / C'nmnibsioncr for ISailfra.w. Department of Puulin Works, Railway BrancX, SvJ noy, April 22, 1SC3 Vj)Ul ^^l - ?*—? -^^^ One Pound Reward. T OST^maJiAY MARE, bmntleil AC on JLJ near limiiil f »m| li uudor tlio saddle ; about fourteen and a half harulsTHgJw^ Any ono bringing the mum toti!&-figjOnorative Store, Borehole, will receive the above rcwiivu?**^^^ JOHN BA.lm5!*t^ *^^__ KOTI c'eT WlraiEA.S, u Black and White Sow Pig has, IotMJjii Insl- two or lluve 111011111!-', boon a great nuisance lo irilSuniy yavil,- 1 litivo at last elml. it tip, and if the owner 'unNi^not coma ami fetch it away within ono week, it will boyAitu miyoxponiiea. Jmltu JlncmRtwcJloail. April 21, 1808. . '^?^flU V [auvbut/semhnt.] -. Cure for Rheumatism...
THE FRIDAY HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
THE FRIDAY HALF-HOLIDAY MOVE MENT. '' A mooting of the omployea .in tho various stores, which at present ulose at ono o'clock ou Fridays, took place on Wednesday evening, at the Ship Inn, for tho purpose of devising some moans for still keeping up the holiday. Mr. John Mabyn having boon votud to tho chair, explained tlmt ho had called tho meeting to f^euiei in uiiiinui|iiuiiuu ui tiiu ivui vji L-iauiiiuiiu which appoared in the columns of the Chronicle, signed by throe-drapers in the town, announcing thoir intention to opon their shops on and after tho 1st May, on Friday afternoons. He further stated th.-it the reason for the usual excursion being done away with, was its great expense, which, owing to salaries not being no good as formerly, assistants in the various shops wero not ublo to hear, lie thought if the shops wero to close on Saturdays at nine o'clock p.m., and seven o'clock p.m. on other days the employes might be satisfied. Mr. Stiiplutim did not see why three store keep...
EXAMINATIONS OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
KXAMIXATION* 01' TUB 1T.XIAX lMIiSO.VKliS. As a sort of addenda to the above, wo add tho subjoined account of tho preliminary examin ation of the Fenian prisoners at the llukilika Police Court, on tho 28th March :— Thu 1'uiiinii liiisoncf.sfWilliitin I,ui|;in, .1 -ilm *-f iiiiiiinjf, .i'uiu.m Uliirl. William .Molndy, and Julm ll.iuvtt), \-vro liguuglit buioro the ivsMeiil. inujristiMte nt il.iliitikn, on Siitualiiy, M:tiuli 2rt, olmrguilwitii lint. Thu uuUmrities cunniilnrpil it mici'ssiirv to oxoicisn ciutiiiu in swarding itgnuiMC nny tiiiiniiic which uujjiil ui-uc, us ujjivnt niuiiy uf tlio iMi-tizuns of tin- iiiisimuiu wero known In In; in llokitHc:!. Strung boilk-s uf special uonst:il-li-.-i fjuanli'.l thuir ftlBiKiigi! from tliu jmlico cainji tn tho (.'iMtrt-lumsi', which latter Imildin^ was carefully iIcI'l-miU'iI. Tho iiwii lircsontcil a wearied and careworn :iii|ieiiraiicii, iiiul moi with little spmrmthy from tho crowd. Mr. lliirvoy, iu conjunction with Sir. I'uttnii, uimpi...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. April 21. r Springbok, bq., 327, Harrison, from Melbourne, IStli init \V. H. Whyto, agent. Ai'IUL 23. Grnfton (h.), 213, Muides, from Sydney. W. K. Locli head, agent. Aprii, 24. Lady Alicia, brig, 182, Mitchell, from Auckland, Cth inifc, with potatoes nnd timber. Passengers— Angrei M'K»y, Mrs. M'Kny, Miss M'Kiiy, and 10 iu the sWer ag*. C. !?'. Stokes and Co., agents. Bnllina (s.), 200, Crcer, from Sydnoy. AV. K. LocU head, agent. ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
JI UNTF.lt RIVER NEW STEAM jLi . NAVIGATION' COJIPAJJJ^ .9 7' F. A Sf .'/' O S y/rN^V. Tlio.MOUL'JOTH. Captain B/W^L'UESDAY and FRIDAY JJ^iuXfcd. Tho CJITV OP NEWCASTLE, Capiain SuuMKRBELt,, WEDNESDAY ami SATURDAY Moraines. GEORGE TULLY & CO.. Agouti. Hunter River TTow Steam Navigation Co. RETUItN TICKETS'. T1U0..M THIS D -\0- ,/Riftv K N JP TIC1CBT8 will 1)0 U-siii--USVniUn-le for one wmL-, I,i iw*H'ii(rors by uny of tluMLH^J.R.X. Company'* lirst-ahvtt steamers, ut lhi- jKllowlng rates : — ??.- -Saloon ? 25s. Steerage - ? luii. OKOKdW TOLLY & CO. Xmieastle, Pol). 19, 1*W. 415 ITotico to Shippers to anil from tlio Hunter AND lUKLIHOUUNK. A NY (/nods S!iip|H'(l 4-y tlii.s Company's JL\. .Steamships, to be forwarded to Melbourne, will lii-il.-livorffil tot.ii,? J YOU YANU&bpjjrAWJmNONO h! I1ii- siiljnininc A\jHarlV^vithmit arty charf[» for re i-im\il, anil jjno.iyrmi/ JWIionino will lie rocinvpd in lilif manner. KVJ. THOMAS, Manager. n:ii,v» -rV.ur of JfarL-ch-...
COASTERS INWARES. FROM SYDNEY. April 23.—Lurline and Drover. COASTERS OUTWARDS, FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
COASTEltv/lNWARES. FKOJI SYDNEY. April 28.— Lurlino, and Drover. COASTERS OUTWARDS. . pnn srovKV. April 22.— Scotia, Policeman, Jane, Uncle Tom, Fox, Prompt, Secret, Vibilin, mid Yarrn. April 23. — Mary Ann, and Venture. April 24.— City of Melbourne, Brilliant, JInrin, and Native Lass. .
DEPARTURES. APRIL 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
DEI'AIITURES. _ ApiulN22. Tower Hill, brig, Tfel, Burleis, for Melbourne, with 240 tons coal. It, H. GrierKdH, agent. Gazelle, brig, 260, Williams, for Wellington, with 305 tons coal. C. Kobertson, ngent. Union, brig, 138, Birch, for Hobart Town, with 220 tons coal. C. F. Stokes nnd Co., agents. Devn, brig, 244, Sampson, for Lyttleton, with 330 *onB coal. C'uptuin, agent. Sea Nymph, bq., 25fi, 'Walker, for Melbourne, with 300 tons coal. Captain, agenfc . Dandenong (s.b.), 075, MJGrath, for Melbounio via Sydnej', with 500 tons coul, niW28 bags oysters. W. H. Whyto, agent. '''S 'x '^ John Bullock, sch., 149, Barnard, for Hokitikn, with 310 tons coal. G. Tully and Co., agents. Bella Vista, brj., 160, Henderson, for Melbourne, with 200 tons coal, K. B. Wallace, agent. Mary Cuniniiiii^^fcXJOC, Wigmore, for Melbourne, with 105 tons conlflH8iRKK- agent. Dcrwent, brig, 2Z1, Tronear, for Port Cooper, with 324 tons coal. C. Robortnnn, agent. A. W. Stephens, bq., 520, Ingram, for Hongkong, wit...
O'FARRELL'S LAST STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
O'FARRELL'S LAST STATEMENT. In the Legislative Assembly, on Wednesday, Mr. Macleay rose and said, that after discus sion .on the previous evening, with reference to the declaration of the man executed on Monday, he presumed the Colonial Secretary would now be prepared to give certain infor mation to the House. He would ask the lion. (Tftnt.lfiinjLn whether ho was now nrenared to give the general purport of the declaration made by the man executed yesterday 1 — Mr. Martin had an opportunity of seeing the letter referred to, and-also another lettor, and it was tho opinion of the Government, after consider ing the matter carefully, that it would not be right to disclose the contents of this commu nication, at present, not for any reason that the hon. member imagined, but for another reason altogether. There was nothing what ever in the communication which would ren der its publication improper, but there were reasons which rendered it necessary not to publish it for a short time. — Mr....
LECTURE ON FENIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
LE0TUEE ON FENIANISaL On Thursday evening hut, Mr. J. M. Da Hani mefcfc, a goutlemnu vrho lias just arrived from Lfukitikii, por schooner Veno, duliverud&lectiu'o on ' Fenianisin,' as he had found it iu Now Zealand. The Police Magistrate (H. Scott, Esq.) occupied tho chair, and briolly introduced tlio lecturer to tho andionco, which was vary limited. The lecturer commenced by ooserving that the mbject he proposed to deal with could not fail at tho preaeni tiino to prove interesting. From a personal knowledge of all the localities where Feiiianiam had manifested itself in Now Zealand, liORhould'be ablo to place tho whole matter in the clearest possible liyht. Before, however, pr'jcoeilinjf to give an account of the origin and development of Fenianisin, he would give a slight ?ketch of tho rise and progress uf the far-famed gold-fields on tho West Coast of New Zealand. The lecturer proceeded to sketch tho riau and progress of the gold-fields, explaining as he wont along the po...
EXECUTION OF O'FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
EXECUTION O'FARRELL. From the S. M. Hirald. The terrible penalty of the law for the crime committed by the assassin, O'Farrell, upon the person of H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh, nt Gloutarf, on the 13th March, was exacted at Darlinghurst gaol yesterday morning. The authorities, not knowing what desperate deeds might be attempted, nmdo arrangements for any outbreak that could pos sibly occur, and in addition to a largo number ot police, wuo were lor cue moso pare acauonen ia the Lunatic Receiving House, opposite the western wall of the gaol, they had a large body of soldiers of the 50th Reg. posted in tho Court-house. It is hardly necessary to any that, although large crowds of people congre gated in the vicinity of the gaol, the utmost decorum and good order prevailed. A large number of gentlemen, including members of the Legislature, Justices of the Peace, aud well known private citizens, were admitted into the gaol by order of the Sheriff, and when ths execution took place there'...
POLICE PROTECTION FOR LAMBTON AND BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
POLICE PROTECTION FOR IAM.B TON AND JiUKWOOD. At different times within tho past six months this journal has givuu publicity to communica tions of ono kind or another, bearing on the subject of the necessity for a puliceinan biting stationed at ljtunbton aud at Hurwoorl, more particularly at tho former township. During the past thrett or four weeks we havo had ample, proof that the -complaints of want of police protection iii both these pianos wore not unualled for or premature, but that, on the contrary, they were reasonable and well founded, llecent proceedings iu the police court, and a letter which appeared in tho O/umiiulii of the 1st instant, justify us in making this assertion. It is only a week or two ago that a brothel of a must infamous character was broken up at iiurwo.od — so bad, indeed, that the sBuior-Horgoant '?? of police (Senior-sergiiuut Con way) doclaiwyon oath that ho had never seen anything liko'it'iu the whole course of his experience, colonial 'and English. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
Holt.oway's Pills for tho cure of Uile, Liver and .Stomach Complaints, and General Debility. — Thii medicine Is ho well known iu every part of the world, and tliu cures effected by it are so wonderful, that it now stands iu no need of public eulogy. It-t prcon.in encu as a remedy for bilious anil liver complaints, aud disorders of the stomach and tho clie.it, is no lunger a unit tor of dispute or doubt. In tliuse diseases the bene ficial effects of these invaluable pillu are so permanent and extensive that the whole system is renovated, the orgaus of digestion strengthened, and a free anil easy respiration promoted, l'luiri directions for the tine of this admirable medicine, at once ho mild and utliuaciuus, arc allixed to each box. A Solemn Admonition to the Debilitated. DR. GEORGE FREDERICK THOMAS, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Lon don, 1804; Member of the Jtoyul College of Surjioons, London, 185'J, may bo confidentially consulted either peivonnlly or by latter, co...
THE CASE OF MR. S. C. DREWE OF TOMAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
THE CASE OF MR. S. 0. DREV7E OF TOJtAGO. In the Assembly, on Tuesday last, tho debute on the motion of Mr. Forster, in. reference to the iibovo cuse, was resumed. Mr. Vorster, in reply, proceeded to com ment upon some of the statements imule iu tho address of the Colonial Secretary on this motion, and' said that Mr. Drewe had been betrayed into remarks that he thought were made ina confidential conversation. The course taken in this mutter, he was afraid, was not calculated to advance those interests of educa tion which tho Council and ho hoped all of us hud' at heart. When au ollicer's character and prospects in life wero dependent upon the result of inquiry, he should not be jiiilgiiil without at least having mi opportunity of defending himself. He was secrutly charged with blasphemy, and Mr. A llpass charged him with indecency. This Mr. Druwe authorised him to positively deny and challenge proof, and now he (Mr. Eorstw) offered to Mr. Allpuss this alternative — to prove tho charg...
SALES, MEETINGS AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
SALES, MEETINGS, m TWUSEMENTS. THIS BAY, April 25. Sale by auction, by Mr. ,T. C. lion.u'ins, at his auction mart, Alatkot Wharf, at ten o'clock, of furniture, glims ware, &c. MONDAY, April 27. Sale by auction, by Mr. W. K. Jjoohhead, of damaged Hour, on the Steamers' Wharf,* nt eleven o'clock. Sale by Mr. W. K. Loohlicad, of 1500 feet of knurie pine, on the Stc^crJ(v\Vliurf, at cloven o'clock. Salu of potatoes, in-aiiy*.quaiititien, by Mr. W. K. Lochheiid, on the SteaincW Wharf, nt eleven o'clock. Meeting of the iioi ough Council at 4 p.m. TUESDAY, April 28. A meeting of miners on GrifhtliB' Flat, at half-past ten a. in., to diHciiiiK matturgof importance.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Thursday. 3 p.m. [By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY. Friday 8.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
LATEST INTELLIGrEirCE. from Grerillc'i Telegram Company. SYDHEY. Thwrtday, 3u.?n. Tlin Appropriation Act haviug passed tho As sembly, it is probable that 1'iu-liameiit will bu prorogued on Monday or Wednesday. Mr. Martin has promised that tho Freo Selec tors' Leasuholda Rights Bill shall be considered on its murits by the Council bufow the proroga tion. Mr. Alderman Mackintosh has petitioned the Assembly to amend tho laws relating to Munici pal institutions, and directed spjciul attention to tho disagreements which huvo occurred be tweon the mayor and aldermen of Sydney. Siibpcunus havo been issued for the attendanco of several members (if the Assembly as witnesses in tho cases against Messrs. Macphurson and Lue, both of whom intend to defend themaolves. Schedules Filed.— -Robert Gilfillan, of Sydney, merchant ; Gilfillan and Company, of Sydjiey and Now Zdulnnd, merchants. Liabilities, £9d20; assets, £1031 (is. 8d. At tho wool sales thoro was a very small at tendance, and a difficul...
COSTLY VENGEANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 April 1868
COSTLY VENGEANCE. Amon'ost all the items -of Intelligence toliuud by tho recent Suez mail, there is one to whioh, we tl link, we are justified in drawing special attention. We reibi' to tho Abyssinian .Expe dition. This enterprise undertaken -with tk«i laudable object of releasing our countrymen, languishing iu chains at the will of the bar barous Theodore, in ono that bids fair to in volve tho British nation in heavy outlay. When wo look back iuto the past and sen how million by williou tho enormous National Debt started into existence, mainly owing to the prosecution of war with soinefoo or other, until it has reached a total of nearly £000,000,000, and when we contemnlato how future wars, of any magnitude, are certain to augment this immense balance to the debit of the nation, we must, as kinsmen to ' the folks at home,' feel somewhat concerned for their welfare in the times to come. It is all very well for parlour philosophers to point proudly to the National Debt as an instance...