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FEARFUL DISASTER AND LOSS OF LIFE IN THE RIVER HOOGLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

FEAHFUL DISASTER AND LOSS OF LIFE IN THE MVEIl HOOGLY. From the Xii'iHshmun, April 24. Last evening the ship Ktjiel, proceeding dojvn the river in'towof the steamerKattler, and at anchor ott Nyman, near Hoogly Point, was run into on the port quarter by tho ship Agamemnon, going down in tow off 'the steamers Celerity and Agra, and which had just cast oil' the stea mers. The Ethel's cable parted, and both vessels drifted on the sand, and immediately turned over. Tho chief oilicer and three of the crew of the Ethel were drowned, ami also several of tho A^roomiiim'H crow. Tho follow ing particulars have. just come to hitud : —'No cargo of either ship could hp savet^;xJho mastg of tho Agamem non arc, but the Ethel has crHircly disappeared.' The ?tenmors have returned with tho captauis and survivors of the unfortunate ships. Tho Agamemnon was :-n iron shin of above 1500 tons register, belonging to Liverpool, and was bound to London with a general cargo of rice, seeds, tea, shellac, cotton...

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. A Tri-weekly Paper in Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

IMPORT ANT_ NOTICE. A I #f —lit ?- i-- b ? tt r $t It- i-f t tl TY- iHM f #? «$f 1 1- f.. ? _ !; '-??- - - ?? i As briefly announced in previous issues, from the ?joth of tho present month, the A'acniatle Chronicle ?fill be published || 'IHUEE TIMES A WiiiLK ! ; Tuesdays, Thursdays, § Saturdays. Te have been induced tu nmlcii this important change dom ii vnrioty of causes which it is nut necessary tu pitticulariso, but fotoniost among tint number is the dtsiro wo feel to keep pace with tlic growing itupoi timup lidsizcof tho plucu, mpeoitiily considered in the HaliC of a largo shipping i'ort. in Now Zealand, w-- iioir-o fat seaports muuh smullcr than .Newcastle have thi-ir liily newspaper, while sovorul towns not uuy lurgor fan ouis can boast of two il.iily papun, bvdiilos one or lure weekly journals. In view or i-luisc faces, taken ii conjunction with the urgent necessity that htis often fan lull and expressed in iSowoastle for '. journal puii. falling more than twice ii wuek, anil...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. j ARRIVALS. .' .Tuse 24. ? Platypus (s.s.). from Sydney. W. K. Lochlieau, Ess'io Black, bq., 281, Hook, from Melbourne, 20th inst. G. Tuuy, agent. Bella. Bliiry, bq., 276, Copping, from Melbourne, 11th inst. 0. F. Stokes and Co., agouti. %r ? Bospliorus, bq.,320,.-yavdl from Adelaide, 12th innt. G. Hewison, agent. *? * '???'»* .'\ ? „„.. Oberlin, brig, 203, MFarland, from Melbourne, 20th inst. C. Robertson, agent. '. V - Annie, sch., 213, Kin, from Kockhnmpton, 14th inst, C. F. Stokes and Co., agents. . Corcliaand Oertrudii, Dutch brig, 257, Wilmnn, from Melbourne, loth inst. C.F. Stokes und Co., agents. Juxe 25. Bengal, bq., 323, Grieraon, from Adelaide, luth inst. G. Hewison, agent. \ * . ..... Eli Whitney, bq.,- 6p7»rilace, from Wallaroo, Oth inst Captain, agent. ' \ Juke 26. A. H. Badger, bq., 497, BrownoU, from Sydnoy. K. H. Gtierson, agent. .. ,„.,- RJNatolim atrip, 1075, Williams, from Melbourne, 18th inat. It. B. Wallace, agent. DErA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

HUNTER KIVISR NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. S T E AM V 0 y^/n N F4&? The MORPKTK, Cnpt.iife'MnM, TUJBDAY niu ? FRIDA\rT«fcrfungs. |/ , The CITY OP NEWCASTlVE, Captain SuMMEnnr.1.1. WEDNESDAY ami SATURDAY Mornings. ?; ' GKOI1GK TPLLYft CO.. Agents, Hunter River Now Steam Navigation Co. RETURN TICKETS. 0 Fll 0 M Til 1^55 ATPi/RBTUKN TICKKTS will he imuhI, nvnla/le for ono week, to passengers Iiy any of/he II. R.N.S.N. Company') fint-oluss steamers, at th# following rates :— Suliton ? - 25a. Steerage ? ISa. GEORGE TULLY A- CO. Nmreantle, Fol). Iff, 18(13.. .._.. ? 41fi ? OANAM A, N kV Z R A L A N I), X AND AUSTRALIAN ROYA L MAI I, COM PANV (M.MITKD.) Swam to EXGLAN' D, CALIFORNIA, and NRW YORK via PANAMA, in eoninncKim with tho SttNiniKbiiis of tlie Royal Mail Steam I'ai'kntl'oMip.niy y.f L/»sl)ON, and Pacific Mail .Steamship Oinj/Qbp 'f NKW iHfUK. TlieSitw/tcnni'.iiip / / .'RTJA/I I.N/EJ,' 1501) tuns ivjfMtr, '-0l) li|we )iu\rcr. T. S. 1H:ai., (-'imimauilt.'r, : is n|iji(iinli...

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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. ? *?? ?' SYvDNEY. ? ,. Arrivals. — June 25 :V Graf ton (s.), from Grafton ; Australia, atrip; froi^Tjgnrav \Tune20 : Helen M'Oregor (s.), from Grafton ; Cityot' Hobnrt (sOrfrom Hobart Town ; Asphodel, ship, from the United States ; Ocean, ?hip, from China. Departukes.— June'i25 : You* Yungs (s.), for^Mel * bourne ; A. H. Badger, bq., for Newcastle. . , ,.-., JLB'l, BOURNE. Arb.iv AM. — Jun\ 25 : Jane, 'bq;. from Newcastle j ?Hydra, ship, irom Syilhey. Juno. 26: Alexandra (s.), and Rungitoto («j, from Sydnoy. \ Departures.— -Juno 25 : Catherine Jane, bq.; A. W. Ackera, h-[., and Hero (s.), foe Newcastle ; Kobert Kerr, phip, for San Franoisco j City of Melbourne (s. ), for Syd ney. June 20 : Dandenong (s.), for] Sydney ; Adelino Burke, bq., for Nowcastlo.

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

VESSELS IN PORT. Viola, ship, 1134, loading, A. A. Co.'s coal for Ban goon, ?? Pnk Wau, ship, 795, loading Minim coal for Shanghai. Ornate, ship, 739K.loadingUUUnmi coal for Shanghai. Lady Dufforin, sl)ip,t9!j5,sJfofuUng Wallserid coal for San Francisco. VJ ?'. Briton, bq., 452, londingNow Lambfcon coal for Otngo. ? W. H, Hasledon. 897, discharging ballast. ? Natolia, ship, 1075, discharging ballast. Jaoobns, bq., 278, discharging bnllnst. Queensland, bq., 738, discharging biilinat. . Aft..B. Wallaoe, Agent. Seaking, ship, 107^ loacfthg-'Op'-opDrativo CJb.'s'coal for Opara. ??' LoviRtcvena, Amorioan 4tftli., 520, loading WaHsonU coal for San Francisco. ' Annie, soh., 213, loading Waratah ooal for Hobarfc Town. Bella Mary, bq., 376, loading Waratah coal for Hobart Town. Cornelia Gortruda, Dutch brig, 278, discharging bal last. ' C. F. Stokes & Co., Agents. Masonic, American bq.. 540,- discharging ballast. Oberlin, brig, 21S3, discharging ballast. Frowning Beauty; hq., 365, lo...

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PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

PATERSON. The all-important subject which now engages the attention of our residents is the earthquake, which so violently shook our earth on the night of Thursday last, and which- at the time caused tho utmost alarm and consternation, very faw of whom, after the occurrence, again retired to bed, for fear that this one shock was merely the fore runner of others of a more disastrous nature. For some days previous we had been visited by occasional very heavy showers of rain, and on Thursday it rained very heavy throughout tho day, but cleared up very suddenly on Thursday evening, when the sky became quite clear, with out a cloud, and the 3tars shone out quite beau tiful and bright. Thero is some difference as to the exact time the shock occurred, but all agree that it occurred within a few minutes before or at midnight. The first intimation of this con vulsion of nature was by hearing a distant sound like a heavy wind rising, which increased until it reached the loudness of a clap of ...

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OUR WEST MAITLAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

OUR WEST MAITLAND LETTER. Thu e;irtlii|iiiik') cuiitiniiu.4 lo I'unn u veiy gunoml topio of ciinvuiviitiiiii with us, iiltliuiia;!i mil so uxuhiMivcly so ns it diil fin- Hume day.-i aflur it took jihicc. Ki-om all that 1 can Iomi-ii, it aiipcais tu Imvu lwv.-ii iix.iu severe in tlux town iind iiul^hlioui'liuiid than it »M-i anvwhort.cl.st.- and it is iwdly .siupiisinj; tlmt so vmy littlu'iliiiiiiiao lius hui'ii duuu. Tin' weather has ht-cn linn and In-acing this week, nml the town suimiiiUu lie glowing ?Huniuwlmt more stiniii' lji.ui it Wiis a shiVt time wiiiec. Uiu o.vc-n with (lie .s|isl,t chiuiKO fur the licWi-i\thiit hm taken (.htiv tl.tiic ia still gieac nci'ii mi- iiiii-ni\YniL-iic. Theincidi'iitrtiif thlw^l;. whjAi d.-sorvo to he chro nicli'd, mi., rather muri\iiiAiieiiims tUau usual. On Jlun ? lay cvvniiij,', the .Sons iifruiniiui'iiu'ci' give their Minimi euiicfri— fraud concei-t 1 huhove t ln-.v cdl it-.tt tho S.:hniili.f Ai-tn. Jlr.Mulli'ii jnusich.,! on tl,.. oocasitni, ...

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UPPER HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

UPPER HUNTER. We had a few hours heavy rain last Thursday, sufficient to enable any fanners who have land ploughed, to sow thu same. Some have not yet comiuonced to plough, but thu iiiost of them arc now trying to do so, tho ground is so very hard ; the most of the land is ploughed very badly. It is now vary lato for sowing, and if it does not prove a very favourable soasou tho chances of a oivm !ir« Himill We had a pretty smart shock of an earthquake last Thursday night. 1 was awakened about twelve o'clock by a violent shaking of my window. My first impression was, that thu Philistines were upon mi! iu the shape of hunhrangera, but I was soon convinced to the contrary, by feeling the bed moving. 1 should say it lusted (after I awoke) about ten seconds. It appeared to iiia-to conic from tiio North West, exactly tho sainextirectioii us the rumbling noiso took the night the meteor was seen. The Catholics had a great day, or rather night, at Scone, last Tuesday ; they had a hirge tent ...

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OUR EAST MAITLAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

OUR *AST,-liiAITIAtfDv BETTER. Since my last communicatum vtery little worthy of notice has happened. The earthquake has been the principal topic of conversation, but I have little to add to wliat I suid about it on Fri day. It has come tb my hufowTcclijo that it caused one or twno . biycl^ clnnineJW^toVau1, .and soveral persons appoar'to liaJo luiuyruryVjiarrow escapes from personal injury. Tho rain has quite dis appeared, and during the lust few days the wea ther hns lifiHii rmnurkablv )inu nnd cli-nr. Yester day it was very cold, and there yras a strong wind blowing all day, which made it dusty and un pleasant. '?. ^^r' Tho concort, which I spoko^»lf^ih my last as having boon given onTJmrsday evening, did nor, I Hud, come on', -rtvTm; to tho inclemency of tho weather, and thus we, denizens of Maitland, wero deprived of a treat whicli was, no doubt much enjoyed by tho good people of Newcastle. I hopo Mr. Wilson will bo ublo to\ cojud* to soo us when next ho purpjsga^jTving a con C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

NOTICE To Tenants on the Boxwood & other Estates The Property of-hhe UJu. James JUtchell. TH E TJcpCtfE/R SAfGr (&sK 'D will beat the JOXCETOX *^oWJ»NnS DAY and THURSDAY 1st and 2nd July, from oleyeu till three o'clock eaclyOay, for the purpose of receiving Iients due. ? W. T. BOYCE. y NEW SOUTH WALEy CoVperative Coal-mining (Company. NOTICE IS HEREBY/jIVEN', tlmt the tVlon-ing Shares in the/above Company mil be FOKFKITKD on the 29th ins/, unless the balances due thereon wiUi interest, are previously paid : — KVmber iu Share/Register, 6 115- 232 \jS 330 /300 JG3 520 550 591 11 -131 231 *1 331/105 46 J 521 50i) 5U2 13 13/ 23/ 2\ 3.j/ 401) 405 522 5U2 501 19 130 23'J 2S\ Sn 112 4(X5 523 503 595 21 150 240 235\/12 413 471 521 561 596 30 153 21-1 28tf Af43 419 4/3 527 50? 597 50 155 211) 290/ 9iO '421 478 523 571 593 51 10-1 217 29/ aS 421 47y 533 572 f,00 do I/O 1:43 ^r/ do-ivi^u 491 oto 0/0 001 5S 177 2o3 /02 306 \29 432 5« 570 602 C6 182 256/303 3«7 \(i -1S6 517 577 C...

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TESTIMONIAL TO MR. J. D. LANGLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. J.D. LA.NGLEY /Vow (he MhW.omI .Virotiy. On Tuesday evening, a liumerouu gathering of tho principal residents of Maitlnnd and the sur rounding districts was held at tho North in ubor luud Hotel, for the purpose of making a puldio presentation to Mr. -J. L\ Langloy, upon thu oc casion of that gentleman's removal to Newcastle, and to mark the sense entertained by his friends of Mr. Lungley's services in every benevolent and charitable object carried out iu Muithind siiu'e his residence here. It was stated that Very many more gentlemen would have bejn juvseut tiiaii actually attended had it not been for some misapprehension respecting tho timo when the meeting was to havo been held. .Mr. J. M. Sunndurs, as honorary treasurer of the testimo nial fund, came forward, and aiUlre^sing Mr. Langley, said that iie bad been depute! by tho committee and subscribers to present a testimo nial to him upon the uvent of his removal from tho Bank of Australasia, West Maitland, to Ne...

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OUR TRI-WEEKLY PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

OUR TRI-WEEKLY PUBLICATION. The first italic of the ' Newcastle Chronicle' a* a tri weekly journal, will be puhlinheil on Tnexdny next, the 30//i instant. We take thin o/t/virtiiailff of rcmtnilin;! the. non-wilttcribiiig fiithlic thnmylinut the dintriet, tlutt the present is a very facoraOlc time for CDinmciinnn to nub scribe to the paper. Siren ahi/linns per quarter, our nrw termn, in adctnicc, we wmilil al.io imprest upon the atten tiun of the nnblic. it milu a fnmtiau ow tmuiieiice for each copy oflhzp'tper, tm tlutt hi/ /Htyinii in ndnincc our constituent* will net three jtujmrti a wee/: for about a half penny a week more than thcyfhavc lieen.jiicimj up to the present time for onf]Hwa]M)ic)w, We /«i\c alreaily recei ved a coimidcrable arres.iion'tn*mir Iwtofhihscrilicrs, hut hope tn sec the number m'ttcrinllii aninncntcfl duriwj the enxuinri week. Our thank* are due. to our uumtrnu* ail rcrtisiny friends for the many welcome prumi*e*of support we hare received from them. SATURD...

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

SALES, MEETINGS. AND AMUSEMENTS. Tins TVvv .Tiivc 97 Sale of miscellaneous articles at tho Market Wharf Auction ltoom, at ten o'clock. Su.vdav, June 28. Anniversary sermons at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lambtoii, at cloven, in tho forenoon, three in the afternoon, and hulf-p:ist sjx in tho evening. 'AtomtiiUJuNE 2R, Opening of tho Public School, at Wjiratnh— the event to be celebrated by a tea and public meeting.

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. The great earthquake- of 1803 has ceased to be the engrossing topic. It was not oven a nine days womlur after all. The colliuisu^f thu yiir roville stud distribiition,\and the ./umotired ap proaching resignation of that eccentric statesman Allan Miicphorsoii, Esq., urnac present tho sub jects that one hears most tuKud about. Iu Mio former mutter public oMuffoii\s very outspoken i\i Lo me novel musuaicioii uiiomou oi nun uvuu the highest purdon^es in a uomluuuity may not bo over-scrupulous, whui'o tho question of nioiiuy prolit is involved. In the latter a^U'air it ia siiid that thu excitablo Scotchman, whoso namo will bo handed down to posterity, in connection with a certain recent cuit.ie cMebtv, will liiii}a successor of a rather ditfureut typoj.in tho porjuu of Samuel Lyons, Esij., a gontiomaiV \vhnaVf°rillu1' oxperi oiioo in tlu ranks of our Vnjirfliitora is his boat recommendation for the s|-«i-lo-bo vacant seat. Wo aro cuiiHuuiillu-4i[iasnug to one anothor t...

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MORE TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

MORI-] TAXES!. We hear it stated in many quui tors, tlmt upon the reassembling of Fui'liaitiont (]-robub)y in September), the Government intend to bring before the cnimderatiou of the House, ti Hellenic for increased tuxation, for the purpose of wiping off the.- heavy debt which has been allowed to accumulate during the past few years. What was to havv beml a surplus this year has been swallowed \ip by .the incieased expenditure in various departments, more especially in the department of Public Works, und where a saving .should have been effected iu the way of retrenchment, there lias been ab solutely no visible alteration. In the salaries of public servants we find little alteration and less reduction ; we are still burdened by a most expensive ? civil service, where scores of our young aristocrats are paid for dressing well and reading the paper ; we are still con tributing large annual sums towards the uinin tainance of two opposing ocean steam com panies ; we are still ' paying...

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NEWCASTLE MARKETS. (Corrected up to Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

NEWCASTLE M-»aVr K E T S. (Corrected up to.Yesterd.iy.) Business has been moro brisk this week than it has been during the previous .fortnight, but our stores and storekeepers arc still compluiniug. The wretched state of tho roads in tho immediate vicinity of the city, and ulao in the colliery districts has, it is believed, materi ally injured trade since the late rain had commenced. Wore thu roads in a better and more passable condition than they have been for Homo time past, business would, no doubt, improve with us. / Mr. W. K. Lochhcad sold yestorday/at Dr. Brookes's premises, in Brown-street, aquantity ilf household furni ture, somo of which was of'.a superior description. Thuro was a good attendance aikt'the bidding for some articles was somewhat spirited; \ Flour is firm at last .week's quotations, but a rise is anticipated ere long, .ituless fresh importations arrive. — ?Salt still maintains a high price, owing to there being n scarcity of that commodity at tho present time....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GOAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. n n a t. There has been a falling off in the export of coal this week. Tho total number of tons shipped has been 13,612 tons. Of this quantity 3823 tons have been sent to Sydney, 1002 to Blelbourne, 240 to Hobart Town, 10S0 to Kangoon, 140U to Opara, 000 to Wellington, 00 to Kichmoud, 5U3 to Java, 1091) to Shanghai, 071 to Hongkong, 135 to Auckland, 527 to Lyttleton, 230 to Launceaton, 712 to Nelson, and alt) tons for steamers and home consumption. » -,-J ? Expout of Coal from the Companies' Official Koturns for the week ending 26th June, 1SUS : — Sydney ? C15 225 107 270 528 1733 ... 215 Melbourne ? 121 ... 10 1 1090 ... 330 Adelaide ? H. Town ? 240 ? Knngoon ... 1080 ? Opara ? 1400 ... Wellington ? ... 500 .... Richmond ? ? 00 ? A-- Java ? 593 ? Shanghai ? 1090 ? Hongkong ? ? ? 671 ? Auckland ? ? 135 ? 253 Lyttleton ? 274 ? Launceston ? -„ 230 ? Nelson ? ? 712 ... ? ? S. Franoisco ? J ? ? ? Steamers ? 70 172 32 ? Homo con... D3 64 67^ ? i. ? 21 Total ... 2...

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NEW LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

NEW LAMBTON. ? Mr. Editor — As all the other collieries appear to have correspondents to represent - them in your widely-circulated and increasingly valuable paper, T hope you will allow a short space occa nionally to apprise you of what is going on in this neighbourhood, and at this collier}*. And Hist, I desire to correct some mistakes which have appeared in reference to the accident which lately happened to the lad named William Thomas. One of your correspondents stated that the lad was injured by jumping on to the skips whilst in motion. Now, that is a^natter of mere conjecture, and by no means agrees with the lad's own statement. Then anothfr corres pondent has made the accident look v^ry much worse than it really is, and goodness knows that is bad enough. It is said that, in addition to his thigh being broken, his knee was disjointed, and Ilia back and loins were much bruised. This is not true. The lad's thigh is broken, 1 am only too sorry to say, but his knee is not disjoin ...

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LATEST NEWS. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 June 1868

L^iMMt. NEWS. FROJI OBKVIT.T.B'S TELE(!RAJf COMPANY. Si/ilncy, Monday. Tho wreck of the steamer Black Swan was sold by. Messrs. Kaynes, Treeve and Co.,, by auction, to-day, for tho sum of £175. ' * ? llr. Arthur Hodgson obtained tho show of hands at the nomination for ticiclihimlt. The friends of Mr. Darvall state,*that it is his inten tion to he back in the colony, to resume the practico of his profession, towards the close of the present year. About thirty tons of copper-ore, from Krnmlit, are about to be shipped at Gladstone, for Newcastle, to be smelted. Mr. Hirst, clerk to Messrs. Alderson and Sons, was brought before the Police Court, this morning, charged with embezzling money, the property of his employers. Tho case was remanded for a-week. It is reported that the deficiency in the defeudauK^ accounts amount to a largo sum. ?-' \ \ - iVy. ?-s ' \SYDNEY, Thumdau. His Excellency the Governor^ and the Countess Bel more, intend to lea.ve Sydney o'n a visit to Kivorina W« Melhour...

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