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The Attempted Murder of Prince Alfred. EFFECT OF THE NEWS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
The. Attempted BTurder of Prince Alfred. ^ EFFECT OF THE NEWS IN ENGLAND. Tiio news of the attempted assassination of Piihco Alfred at. Sydney reached London on the 24th ulfc, ut^midnight: ' ; ?*?-«.-? Tlieatt'elnpted assassiiiution of Prince Alfred by the Fenian O.'Farfell, has produced the most prriforind excitement front one eitdbf the nation to the other. The press^teeins with denuncia tions of the assassin, and, among the people, 'with whom the«Prihce w&s. a great favorite, the crime ifpjuis 'the great topic of conversa .1/1UU. - ? I . ? \ -? London, ;May C. .'When the ne.ws of tho attempted assassina tion of the Duke of Edinburgh -had preached England, the Honie News say$ :— ' The .infor inution was kept back for some hours in order ''to let it be-lyoken considerately to the Queen, V ..v and we are glad to.be able. to say,*ou better authority than'is .usually appealed to in mat ter^' respecting Royalty, that the Sovereign ,-K:ceix)i$B&hejintelligenco with becom...
Latest from the United Sates and Europe. FURTHER POTSPONEMENT OF THE IMPEACHMENT DECISION. DEATH OF LORD BROUGHAM. RIOTS IN ENGLAND, GREAT ANIMOSITY AGAINST THE CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
' Latest from the United Sates and Europe. ' FURTHER POTSPONEMENT OF THE IM PEACHMENT DECISION. DEATH OF. LORD BROUGHAM. RIOTS IN ENGLAND, GREAT ANIMOSITY ? AGAINST THE CATHOLICS. ''' . ?\ \ \(From Vie Panama Star. I - .. By thcsteaiiiship Pelayo, from n~avana,»we have received a' cony of the 'Kingston Jamaica Gleaner, of the 15 th instant, containing special telegrams from thejUuited States to the even ing of the 12th' of May, received via Cuba ' Cable.% The news^s three days later than that previously received' oh, the Isthmus, 'and is a? folio \vs ':—,_ i j. Havana, 13th May, 10n.mv News lias been received from Europe and tho United SUtes up to - the evening of the 12thjMav. -..The impeachment committee was to give their^deci»ion yesterday, but the proceedings ?were suspended -until Saturtlajywhen they ' ' -will finally declawftwhethejr/the President be . guilty, or not guilty, -The general belief is ttfafc he will' be acquitted * In the meantime. there is,great excitement pendin...
SHALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, June 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
SMALL DEBTS' COURT. ' ' Monday, Jujre 20, 1808. Kefore II. Scott, Esn./P. M., nnd .Tames Ilnnnoll, Campbell r. 11-ki,i. A clnim for rentMuiiounting to £~- 11s. Judgment for plaintiff. .' Fnmer 1: U'ml. A oliiini for It Ms. 3d. for goods sold and delivered. Jiuljjnientfor plaintiff. Cuhtn v. M'Pumiht. . '. In this ciso the l.luintilr suwl defendant for .£4 9s, for goods sold and delivered. Judgement for i-l:tinttiu JleiT'l r. Wine'. A claim for £2 10s. for goods sold and delivered. I*° apiientiuicc of parties, \ '. ? Bi'ttrld'j', v'. Quinn. A claim for £4 '.Is. lid aPIniutuT nonsuited. Ch(i)-lton.,t- Co., r. t'urU*. ?' A claim for£l 13s. .3d. for goods sold nnd delivered, Judgment for plaintiff. , i, ' Masted v. Mnhjin. . \ A claim for'.El 5s. for work and labour done, J uilg- nient for plaintiff. Canncr r. Home. ' . , A claim for £7 Oa. 8d. for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff. I Pierce r. ffichnrtlmii. , Lli A claim for rout for £^a4s. 9d. Judgment for tl* [daintilf....
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. June SO. Dandenong («.), 575, Gratb, from Sydney. AV. H. v 'NVnyte, agent. * July 1 Agnes bring (s.), 33o', Creer, from Sydney. AV. K. Locbhead, agent. Ballinn (s.). 200, Creer, from Sydney. W. K. Loch bead, agent. ?? Blackbird (s.s.), 531. Sewall, from Sydney. B. B. - Wallace, agent. Tell, bq., 321, Beer, from Wellington, 13th inst. C F. Stokes and Co., agents. Catherine June, bq., 1*77, Heath, from Melbourne. Captain, agent. ?? - -7^ DEl'AUTUKKS. JCSE 30. Hero (s.«.), 705, Logan, for Melbourne, with 750 tons coal. It. B. Wallace, ugent. Annie, sch., 213, Kin, for Hobart Town, with 245 tons cool. yC. F. Stokes and Co., agents, Es3io,BUck, bq.,-281, Hook, for Melbourne, with 4U5 tons coal, and 130 bogstuabc. G. Tolly and Co., ugents. Frownini Beauty, bq;, ;&'-. ltozen, for Wellington, with 500 tonncool, and 00 bushels maize. C. ltobertson, agent. '-V ♦ Springbok, bq., 327, Harrison, for Melbourne, with 350 tons coaL W. H. W...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
SYDNEY NEWS. The numerous friends of the Kov.W.H. Walsh, so long the minister of Christchurcli, in this city, will be glad to hoar of his promotion. Tlie follow ing is from tho Church of England promotions in London journals :-—' \V. H. Walsh, Canon of Sydney, Curate (sole' charge) of Whittihgton, near Chesterfield ; to be chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Lichfiold, and Prebendary uf Gain Major, in tho Cathedral of Liuhnuld.' The Iluv. Zuchary Harry, M.A.,of St. Judo's, Ranwick, bus received from the Senate of the Dublin University, tho degree of L.L.D. — Ann- trulUui (Jhureltnutu. Thore was a goodly attendance at Mm School of Arts on Saturday oveuing, of puranns desirous of enjoying this comicalities of Mr. C. Tlmtchur, mid the agreeable singing of Mis. Thatcher. The uuturtiiinmunt vrliich was proviilutl was very good, and deserves to bu popular. Mr. Thatcher, though not perhaps a very .superior vocalist, is a droll luuiiourist, uncl'provokcs ho much mirth by hislivoly songs, and man...
TELEGRAPH SHIPPING. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
' TELEakiJPHIC ffiffilG.'.' -^ '??%'' jL-l. ^ER* *. s^y d n k ;y . , . - J AnBiVAi.i' : June' 301 -^ Jane Looldmrt, soli., from Baffle Creek; ' and John Kerr, from Lyttletou. v : - ?? July 1. — Bininnlar, ship, from Liverpool ; and . -^Novelty, for New Zealand. » '*'*' -\ DEPARTURES. JuneBO.— City otMelbourne (a.), for Melbourne ; and . . L*ly Yottng.(8.) for.Bri^ bane. ' V\' ;»M.Ki.B0 U B W-'B .( i ' '?? . -'V \ ABRIVALS. *' June 30. — Nik, brig, Mury Fr tncis, bq., and Our Hopev from Newcastle' ; J. M.'i Joshua, ship, - from London ;' Navnl Keserve, fioni Liverpool ;''nnd Autelope, ship,i from New York. ?V». '.;*' July ].— Frnnfis Henty, from Calcutta., i :y«r DKEABTBKE8.H June 30. '— Heather Bell, bq,, cudAnnand Jane, bq.; for Newcastle. ' ' ? July l.r-Mary Grant, for Sydney*. . .
PIOPOSED INCORPORATION OF THE COLLIERY TOWNSHIPS. PUBLIC MEETING AT WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
PIOPOSED INCORPORATION ? OF THE COLLIERY TOWNSHIPS. 5 PCRUC JIEETING AT WAUATA1L ' The sesoud of the series of public iiivutings, to consider the rjiiestion of tlin pioprivty 'of in corpomting the colliery townships into it I Municipnl district, wns hehl nt AVamtitli i-n Tuesday evening, in Mr. Dnwsou's Assiuiiilily Room. Tho attendance sit the coiiiini-nceincnt i was amiill, (not over thirty) lmt us the luisi ', ?'ness'o? tim evening procuedeil, the numbui wsn #i.i»uiflnf-nliltr mi irnw-ntnf] nnil li(-fiil'i- t.lu» mpith ing cloHuil, there were u|)wui'ds of eighty per ?' 't^ma in the room. On the motion of Air. Kniglit, j\lr. Turton was uiinnimously voted to the clmir. Tito Okiiii'inan in opening the proceedings, said the audience knew as much about tho object of the meeting as lie did. Ilu believed it was to consider tho propriety of adopting-, measures to fin in good roads, by incorporat ing the different. townshipiNJnto a munici pal district They wwtld -.understand, that though ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
? » V.-» ''?? Accident tq.tj|k Blackbird (s.)^ — Between seven and eight o'oloclt'yestordtt.y morning, us the Blackbird steamer was being b'rdught'u'nder the No. 7 crane, after * having just entered the port, she ran with great violence into thd whnrf, carrying everything before her, nnd ponetrating the planking to n depth of nine or ten feet. ? The ,force or the collision may be estimated when' wa . atntc that the bow of the ateamer had to pass through . two immense sleepers, 0110 twelve inches square, and the ' other fifteen bv ten inches, besides cut tine through a great qunnlity of thick plunks, just as if they hud been so mnch pasteboard. Besides the damage done to wharf, ''' the steamer suntuincd injury to the extent of about , ? £300. Ajmmber of men were at work yesterday, nmk ing. temporary repairs to the damaged plates, but the full repairs Wyi be made in Melbourne. The steamer was in charge of one of the pilots ut the time of the accident, but we are informed that neither ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
Hoh.owa\'s Ointment and Pills, huve been used freely Iiy milioiis of human beings of buth sexes, ami nil ages, in every part uf the world, ami while the public press has tcomed with authenticated cases of extra ordinary cures in u vast variety of disenaeii (soch as in digestion, scorbutic ciirpitions, nnd liver coinpluints there is not on public record a singlo case in which the use has bemi attended with n bad effct. Nouo when using Holloway's ointment and jiilhi, need suffer tho hopo of a cure.to lie cuuiiter-buluiicnd by tho fear of injury. They are l.eciumryiiiild in their operation, and yet they never fnil to .sive imniediato relief, and sooner or latter toell'cot a complete and ptiiuiaiieiit euro. B;W of Mope. 'HUE Usual J?oVtaio(itly Meeting of the ,X I^*-' \v-c.u»tlo XIn ii il ofXHope, will be held THIS (Thursday) KVKN1NG, n/W. Uongrfffutioiml Sehoo room, when DlSSOI.Vlife VSKWS will bu exhibited and explained by the V.J.: T. J.VkPI'KK. Admission— Adults, /d. ; Child\u, 3d. ...
PORT OF SYDNEY. From the S.M Herald. ARRIVALS. JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
PORTy'OE SYDNEY.iiife Frgh' the S. M. Herald. . .^|£W' i., / ARHITAL8. '!0S^^'- '' ,.-?.- / juNBj2o. mm-- .-j , : Balcluthrt (s.), 272. from Rockhami)ton728th injt. ' , HR.M.S. Kakaia (Panama line), 1500, from Panama, . 24th May via Wellington, 24tb inst. ??;? Lucy and Adelaide, sch., 112, from. Leith .( Von . ,- liDiemenJs'Lnnd) 22nd inst. ..:?'? ~\'.. « ? ? Black Dog, sch., 100. from New Caledonia; 16th inst. Emma Mary, bq., 520. from San Francisco, 1st May. / DEPARTCltEP.v '* ? / Jvxe 29. ' / City of Hobart (s.), for Hobartf Town. ?- . Wave of Life, for Clevelanc Bay. ;? . ?
SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. This Day (Thursday). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
SALES, MEETINSS, AND AMUSEMENTS. ? This Day (Thursday). The Band of llono will meet 111 the Congregational Schoolroom at the usual hour. Meeting at Lambton nneut the proposed incorporation of the colliery townships, ut half-past seven p.m. , Sale of blankets, shirts, &c,, at the Maikot Wharf Auction Booms, by Mr. Bonarius, at ten o'clock. Sale of superior draught horses at the railway stock Friday, Joi.y 3. Sale of pigs ot the steamer's wharf, at eleven o'clock, by Mr. Lochhead. - * Meeting at the Oddfellows' Hull. Wallsend, anent the ?proposed incorporation of the colliery townships, at thulf-pnst seven p.m. Meeting of Navjil Brigade, at S p.m., near St. John's.
THE PANAMA MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
THE PANAMA. MAIL NEWS. The mail news by the Panama route is, in 10 me aspects of it, highly important. As we were informed by the latest telegrams by the Suez mail, the intelligence of the attemp ted assassination of the Duke of Edinburgh had caused immense excitement from one isnd of the country to the other. The Press, we arc told, teems with denunciations of the assassin ; and we' are afraid that the general excitement, resulting from the Australian news, has led to acts of violence alike rash and unjustifiable. Great demonstrations had taken place against the lioman Catholics ; riots had, in some instances, occurred, and a Lum ber of persons had' been wounded, and Vari ous public buildings were destroyed. All this apparently resulted from the excitement caused by the horrible atrocity of O'Farrell, aud we are afraid that his co religionists and co-patriots will be subjected to much? oblo quy on account of his unprovoked and mean ingless crime. The recent doings, of the Fenians, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
HUNTER HIVK.lt NEW STEAM . NAVIOAjKWXCOMj^kNy. s r r xy-v ojrfn iV E Y The MORPBTlf/ Cur^ttf/ ultiiii, TUESDAY and /FRlDAV^MoniiKtfs. The CITY OP NENVOASTfjK, Cuplnin RUMMERnEi.r., WEDNESDAY iiiut SATUKDAY Mornings. (JKOUHi; TUlitjY & CO., Agents. Hantor Rivor New Steam Navigation Co. KHTURN* TICKETS. FROM THIS DATE, RETURN TICKETS will bi- isimnl, a-^fiWlilo for one waft, to passenger.-' liy^jjar of tin. iriJ^.R.X. Company 'a fiiMl-clna.-f Rtram£j*5nt the lall.niiiis rates ;— - StceRiuj/ - - ..Lt^. . . . 15s. t- ('.HOllGB TULTiY A CO. Newcastle, Feb. 1!), 18(W. 415 Notice to Shippers to and from the Hunter AND 31ELHOUUXE. ANY Goods Sliipiio! l-y this Com jinny's ?Steamships, to hi- forwiinlndto Mi'Ibonrue, will bs delivered to the rOt.' YAXh'S»n HAXnUXONG at the niljn'uiiiiSMn/ii'f, without any cliargo for re movnl, ami goods /V.im .Mfilbowne will bo received iu like uiamior. / / S I ' P. J. THOMAS, *~ jMaiMgvr. Olfices— Foot of M:ir!.-pt-stropl. 30tU Miitoli, IS*. 700 PUBL...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
LOCAL ITEMS. Melancholy and Fatal Acciukst at Waiutaii. — Another awful instance of tlu- uncertainty of life occur red nt Wamtnh, on Friday last, when n comparatively young man, iu the prime of health, named George Uosi, was lmn ieil into eternity by a loaded co.rf waggon pas ?ing over liU tlti;;hi, on the W'.iratah Coal C'jmiuny's railway, nmir Port Waratah. TUa auoidiiit took place between eleven and twelve o'eloskin the forenoon of the nbovo day, and the docc:ueil, who w.13 a careful workman, was perfectly sober. The mialuip wan purely i accidental, and no blame whatever U attributable to any ' one. TI10 unfortunate man was conveyed to the Xt'\r- j castle hospital, on Tiieidty afcornoo.-i, ami although | everything tuat medical skill could duvi.-u was done for him he never rallied. He expired about five o'clock. On the same evening an imjue^t, before Dr. Pierce, coroner, was held nt the hospital. The jury, of which .Mr. Hewitt lianlleld was foivmin, having been ?worn, proceeded t...
LATEST NEWS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
LATEST NEWS. FROM CBEVILLE's TELKUUAM COMPAN'V. Sydney, Tuesday. Air alarming fire broke out this morning in tho roof of ono of the buildings in Jiunison stroet, known as Dr. Lang's College Buildings. Ic was suppressed without much damage being done. H. Whito, a schoolmaster, lately employed on .h_oard the Vernon, has boon committed for trial for. forging the endorsement of Mr. Voss, the Acjing Water Police Magistrate, 'to a bill' for a small amount. ? -, It is reported that Mr. Edmund Burton, soli fiitnr. hna hnnn nnnnillh-fl Exnininer of Titles ill the room of the late Mr. Alexander Dick. The demurrer of tho Messrs. Vindin to the assessment of West Mnitliuid -Municipality has been sustained by the&upremo Court. The barque Dragon, bound from Clarence River to Melbourne with 2500 bag3 maize, put into Sydney this morning in a leaky state. New insolvent:! : Gustavus Bruderlin, of Sin gleton, carpenter ; John Lungstuff, of Sydiiey, glass manufacturer. 'Mr. Robert Campbellfquote...
The Impeachment Trial at Washington. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
Tho Impeachment Trial at 'Washington. On the 6th, tlie galleries and Senate floor were crowded, und tlie number in attendance was far greater than on any day picvious. Mr. Binglutm resumed his argument shortly after twelve o'clock;- Throughout the two hours and a half of his speech his auditors hung upfin his words,. and how profound was the impression which he made was afterwards exhibited in the npplau.30 which followed his closing sentence. His manner was earnest, impressive, and impassioned.; his delivery was splendid, and his gesture good. He began by reference to the laws of, 1789 and It 95, under which the President, through his counsel, had sought to justify his action, and he held that they gave him no such power as lie claimed, The Act of 1867 swept.away all' that legisla tion, and in violating that the President was guilty of a high crime and misdemeanour, and not only he, but everyone who aided, abetted, or advised him to disregard it Mr. Biugham rapidly reviewed the oth...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 2 July 1868
The Davenport, from Lqndon to Sy Iney, had put into Plymouth, windbound. and the Wulter'Hood, Also for this port, was in Torbay from the siinie cause ut our ( latest dflt«a. '.'.'?'-' * ?? The Blnok Pog, from New Caledonia, lGth inst., re ports fine westerly winds, and weather throughout. The ' French transport Aveyron, hence, had arrived, and after y-' landing her troojis had sailed again for France. \df The P., nnd N.Z. Co.'s S.s\ Rakinn, Captain Wright. Yi / arrived »t her nnchonige, at ane p.m., yeaterday, being ,*yb in advance of her contract* time— :J6 hburs,' althongh ' y/ Part of the passage. Hor-.inails nnd passengers from' O^f/England, left on the 2nd Jfay. On the upward passage ^^*~the Rakniu left Wellington on the 8th April, and arrived -— ? at Panama on the morning of the 4th May, after a favor. ?pf able passage. She sailedCagain from Pauamar'on her return passage on the 24th May, at four p.m., and arrived off Opara on the evening of the 11th June, but as it was blowing...