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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

Newcastle BORotfGH.cptrNoiL.'' .: ' THE . MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.. '**?' ^'.^e''.^^'^^^!©^^^'^^^^^^'.^©^^^ be rough', of 'Newcastle,- andbr the new -Municipalitie i' :A'cV took place jrestejjday, and. was -'attended* ».with more' excitera^re 'than ^ any similar event ? jfor jjeyeral years ' plgk_^jfheJ polling, commenced *'f»t. 'eigb.'tVo'clock ,in.tne.''rh'6rnirig,'slj.oriiy after jivhioh ?hour a very-considerabla^numbei'*of ?mt'elphj'titf founa.'. ttieir , way. zo iiie uinereni -pomng places.,, ^romithat, hour .jiptto three. o'clook inAlie after-* nooni when thepoll closed, the city was all 'ijtiiv' ,»nd groups of interested pa.WWS tiiight be1 observed '9^(Hn1g;tabVut'^h.ere'!^d';.{the^^.d^\'^i^g-^h^ ?ohancJs of the- various eandidates. . Irt all three .Wards' fliet-e1 Was a contest, thati^the1 cityj beiug the j|east exciting. .; Lt, MacpAiarie'WArd audjit. Hpn'eysuck'le/'Ward the contest ; wa%v|ry jshtfrp, ' and many 'of jthCfrigrids oi the.gandidates-eke.rted ' 'tn'emRelves;3:grlea...

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OTAGO. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

, ,. O T A-,G 0 .. -? . . -*? : 1 ' ' \' v abbival; jr. i ' Jan. 20. — Record) from Newcastle. ? . ;-

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NELSON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

'; ?/?..?;': '!??-? ; n)k L« 6n\ ' ' V' . 's .'l :', r .1 MliI- *??' ABRrVALS. ? ?,-. : f X Jan. 17.— Caiaren}iaJjf Fortune, from Newcastle. Jan. 21. — Alarm, from Newcastle. Jan.,22.— Drover, from Newsastle, .. , ; ..... '

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

OBITUARY. Mr. Melvyn Prower, Archdeacon. 'GronU Colonel Lowther, M.P. ; Mr. Charles Gray,^ Archibald Philureto, Win. Edmund Mplyueu;' Mr. Penaseet, Professor Canbery, M.P.; and U E. Charles. Accident to the Pkince. — Hn Royal Highta) tho Duke of Edinburgh had a narrow eicaptfra an accident yesterday. His Royal High'uusi, *ccw panied by Lord No wry, was being driven do* Huntor-streot, in a hansom cab (No. 182),'andwbi turning the corner to go round into Elizabeth^ V»»w «»w*mw »*wu«*»w*wi* a* ?* i» 1WU) UlftU l/Vbll WIU UbvUWH of the' cab fell forward. They immediately; recora tlioir equilibrium, however, and sprang but off cab. Beyond a little shaking, both his .Royal Hu ness and Lord Newry escaped uninjured. We unS stand that his' Royal Highneas and suite, teat panied by the Earl of Bolmoru and several menW of the Ministry, have gone up to Mr. WaoM warren, near Appin, to Bhoot rabbiti. Phinob Alfred's Reply to ths WoafciKO Nj of Tasmania. — Tha Working Men's Clubof Hod -Tovrn presen...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH, GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY— Monday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

1ATEST rHTEL tlBEH CE. ? - .. THROUGH, aBEVILLE'B'TKWaBAlf OOMrANY.i '?'''? SYDNEY— Monday ifternobn/' k ;- It- if? reported that orders have been received fronr^the. Admiralty for. the Galatea to proceed on a cruise ko the West Indies.^- .- ,' . T .??? ,? 4\ ,1 .!.!?' „ ?- , . ' ' -. ? | j j ??'r Mr. ^^ Montgomeryvappearedat' tHe i 'Prince'o1 Wales ^Theatre, oajSatiirdayv1 in the'bWaracter ipf Othello ; . H.RH.vPrince. Alfred and His (Excel-1 ? lenoy,- the 'Gbvernor, were piesent. The. house was ler5)w^d:-^ili^itken arid' Mr.vHill obtained. a' good audience _at; tlip Masonic Hall on the 8%ij^§, eyenujg.'' ;.'???-.-'- '-;i -' Z'rX-'*' ?''-v { ?? ' .'? ? ? ... ??: ? ? : ji ?? v. ??.-. . K- I VI HlR.^.Ii/atiParrainattift.ii^day? r . . ' The steamship Gijeat Britinn is expected at ! Melbourne'wfin latotEngliah newsiirl '* j ? ? :*fr. MfCaffrey, J.Bkf of Wingham,,has been killed by afall fi-om lns^ioraf. ' ! ''Messrs. Petherbridge and Oo.; quote Maize, at ?2&:.3d'to'.2s.- 6d.; o...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. Monday, 11 30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

ARRIYAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. THROUGH QUEVILLE's TEIEOUAM COMPANY. Monday, 11 30 p.m. The steamer, via Suez, was sighted oft' Ade laide at i a.m., and brings news tp 26th Decem ber. ' ? The money market .is dearer. Australian su cuvities have declined one-third per cent. Wool is lower. The Governor Darling vote is condemned. The Fenian alarm is spreading ; 30,000 speoial constables have been enrolled in London oione. .riots nave ueen discovered that arrange ments were made to attack the Tower Armouries, the dockyards, banks, itc. A large jiUuiber of re inforcements have been sent to Ireland. The Fenians attempted to blow up the House of Detention in Dublin, but failing in doitig so the three houses opposite were destroyed. Forty per sons were buried in the ruins and aix wore taken out dead. They also carried away arms and am munition, wherever they coultl find them. Five hundred of the mob robbed the gunsmith's shops in broad daylight in the city of Cork. Most of the lead...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. NEW INSOLVENTS. JAN, 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

IMSttLVEH^Y PROCE EDIHaSr: NEW INSOLVENTS. . , ... ? j ? ?' .Tan. 8. ?' ' I ' :i * S Philip Brady,1 of Surry Hill*, labourer. Liabilities, £59 6B.-2d. Assets, £4 10s. ' V-'tv' aWilliam Whitehead; of Wagga Wagga, publican. Liabih «es, £3372 17s. 10d\' of Which £3195 is secured. /Assets, 46087 16s. 9d. ' ^ '' -'??!??? ? i^

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THE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL AT WARATAH. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE: [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

THE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL AT WARATAH       LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE The interesting ceremony of laying the porch foundation of the New Public School at Waratah now in course of erection, was performed on Monday afternoon last, by the Hon. Henry Parkes (Colonial Secretary), in the presence of a numerous, highly influential, and, we may add, a brilliant assemblage of people, all classes being fairly represented. Pursuant to previous announcement, the ceremony took   place shortly after the arrival at the Waratah station of the 3.20 p.m. train from Newcastle. The hon.   Mr. Parkes accompanied by our two local members, James Hannell, Esq. and A. A. P. Tighes, Esq.; the member for West Maitland (B. Lee, Esq.); the member for the Lower Hunter (R Wisdom, Esq.) ; and most of the influential and leading citizens of Newcastle, was met on his arrival at Waratah by the Local Board of Management of the Waratah Public School, with Mr...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. FniESDLT Socicties Reception GojiMiTTKi. -Another, meeting of the delegates representing the various Lodges in tho Nowcastlo and Hunter diatrict, in the matter of wel comiuj Prince Alfred, was held nt the Ship Inn, last even ing. The following resolutions were unanimously agreed to:— 1. Resolved:-' That a letter be written to the Bon: Sir. liyrnes. through Mr. Beestnn, the traffic manager of tho Great' Northern Railway, praying that he would grant u free pass to the various Friendly Societies in Nnwcastle ami me nunccr mver uisiricc, on tue occasion oe xne visic of Prihce Alfred.' 2. Resolvecl — ' That a deputation wait on Mr. Beeston.' :-. Resolved — 'That Messrs. M'Pherson, J. Cindy, und G. H. Conly be delegates from the Friendly Societies' Reception Committee In attend the citizen's meet ing to be held at the Great Northern Hotel, on Wednes day.' -1.. Resolved— ' That tho order of procession in Newcastle ho according to seniority of their establishment iu the distric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 12 February 1868

HUNTER RIVKR NKW STEAM NAVIGATJQN COMPANY. STEAHk\l£oS YDN EY. Th* MOBPETII, CaptaiJ Budd, MONDAY and TH.UBSv£Jr\ Mornings. The CITY OP NEWCASTLE, Captain Summebhell, TUESDAY and PBIDAY Evonings. GEOBQE TULLY & CO.. Agents. Bantar River New Steam Navigation COMPANY. ?TO SHIPPERS AND PASSENGERS TO AND ? ? ? FROM THE HUNTER. NOTICE. ; 'TOR ONE MONTH PROM THE ' |1 d\to of departure of H.R.H. tho Duko of Edin burgh from Tasmania for this colony, passengers taking returm tickets will bo convoyed at the following rates :— ' NBWOASTI.K to Sydnet and baok :— Saloon ? .yQ ? £1 5s. Steerage ? £....f ? 0 16b. HoKnrrii, Batmond TKRmujK, otClauenck Town, to Sydney andrSck :-? Saloon ? T\ ? £1 10a/ Steerage...... ? S^^..., ? 0 18a. Same rates from Sydney. This arrangement will 'commenco on SATURDAY, 18th instant. GEORGE TULLY & CO., ?? Agonts, Newcastle. 10th January, 1863. ? ; ? 186 \. BLASONIC REff^ItA R MKKTING OF THE MASIN1N44JDQE, 673, E.O., oil THIS t-AY, 12th February, atTa...

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PRINCE ALFRED. HUNTER RIVER RECEPTION COMMITTEE. DEPUTATION TO THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

PRINCE ALFRED. HUNTER RIVER RECEPTION COMSIITTEE. DEPUTATION TO THE COLONIAL ? SECRETARY. From Thursday's Mercury. , The Hon. Henry Parkes, Colonial Secretary, who was in- the district on Monday to lay the foundation-stone of a Public School at Waratah, came on to Maitland by special train on Tuesday morning. Tiie 'train stopped a little while at East Mnitland, and some gentlemen of that town accompanied tho visitor to Elgiu-street station, whence the party proceeded to the Northumbei1 laud Hotel, whore the deputation appointed by the reception committee was waiting. . The mem bers of the deputation present wens Messrs. John Lee, John Whytlaw, und George Vindiu ; and ir» the room we noticed the Mayov of Singleton (A. Munro,'E.iq.), the Mayor ot East Maitiand (A. Dodds, Esq.), Messrs. li. Wisdom, J. N. Brunker, John Wyndham, S. Solmlny, F., G. Weaver, E. V. Morisset, A. Bowman, T. B. Ri)ssiter, aud CajJtaiu Cobcioft . . After the gentlemen, present had partaken ot some, refreshment —...

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BOAT ACCIDENT AT BRISBANE WATER. THREE PARSONS DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

BOAT ACCIDENT AT BRISBANE WATER. . rrirnr.p. PAUSONS DROWNED. From the 8. M.Herald't CorrajoontUnt. . On last Saturday morning a man came into Gosfordahd said that.a shell pnnt had been upset about the middle of the day before in the estuary of Brisbane Water, near the bar ; that three per sons were drowned,' and that efforts were being made to recover the bodies. On Sunday morning word was brought to the Police Magistrate that two of the bodies had been recovered, and Mr. « . . /? ? ? 1 ? 1 i.« HT.nli.ial MllVPIir R linitRP Grant went overiana io iM.iuuaci anun^.T « ....«-- to hold an inquiry into the' matter. Murray s house is on the right hand side of the river as you come up the estuary, and is in sight. of the bar. Tim bodies which were discovered were those of Jonathan Hardy (thefather-in-law of Murray) and of his son John Hai-dy, a boy between six ana seven years old; the bodies were on board the Mickey Freo, ketch, which was lying in ?? the bay in front of Murray's house. El...

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

: ? XNEWCASTLE BOROUGH ' COUNCIli : ?' Mi'i*V~. '.'? DECLAjLlTION OF THE POLL.', ' . 1 '???'?? Th6 official declaration of the poll for the elee T^tioii of aldermen to 'serve' in the Newcastle. r-'V , Borough Council for the year 1868, took place at noon, on Wednesday, in frontof the Court-house. ? ? From, 150 to 200 ratepayers were present, and ,.-./tlje proceedings throughout were conducted in a .'..'; /duiet arid orderly way. Shortly after twehe. ^*.**--i- '? . ?__!_ .i _ x»^i ? n;n»nffiMw / V\v 'Rrnrlltflftl aS ? cended a fortn placed jyitsWe the Town Clerk b: '??- office, and formally. tod officially declared the ' ; poll to be as follows Jf— ,-:.-. CITY WJKD. ?*-' —Mr. S- Chapms.n......vWit««rf... ? 205 I Votes.,',; ??- ^~Mr. S. Cohen ? #..... ? !?» ! » .. % Total number of \otes Mlled, 341, of which li-rnumber 11 were inforraalPgiving a majority for K'Mr. Chapman of 69 votes. ' . /. !., ,; ? .: ' ' : HONKYSUCKLE WARD. ' ;. . ,.v ^::.._;Mr.W,A.Sp»rke ? '??????'???-^ . Vote.. M...

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

' The Herald of Thursday published the follow ing important news received by the Suez mail : — The Queen's Theatre was destroyed by fire on the 6th December. It was discovered at a quarter before eleven in the evening,, and in a few minutes after the flumes burst throuzh the roof : it blazed with such brilliancy that Trafalgar-square was as light as day. Fortunately, there had been no performance tlmt evening, or loss of life must have occurred. The strong party wall between the theatre, and Pall Mall resisted the flames. The firemen confined the destructive element to the buililiug, though the house of Graves, a picture dealer, wus threatened. The excitement in the metropolis was immense. Mr. Mupleson was the lessee, and, being uninsured, he is a heavy loser. The theatre belonged to Earl Dudley, and was insured for £70,000. Nothing except the bare walls remain. Madame Titiens, Mademoiselle Kellogg, Mr. Santley, and the principal artists, have lost their extensive and costly wardrob...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

SHIPPING. ? Arrived. — Rifleman and Nineveh, from Syd ney ; Lady Darling ' and Salamander, from Mel bourne. ' ' ? Sailed. — Golden Sea, Dnnbar Castle, Wool lootnooloo, and Yang-tze, for Sydney ; Coorong, for Brisbane; Viola, England, und Maria, for New Zealand.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY—Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

LATEST IN TtUtVl BE NO E. THUOCGH OliEVILLK'B TKLEQRAlt COMPANr.'.. SYDNEY— Thursday Afternoon. -H. R: H. Prince Alfrod has, to-d-jy, being visit ing tho Destituto Children's Asylum aud othur Insti tutions at Rind wick. -; ' .. ' : ' The Oriental Bank htis'been'advised of-the:s(Ue, in London, of .the rusidue of the New South WaliiB Doboutnre3 amuuntiiitf to £758.000, at U8}. It is estimated that tlio gru»t nu^«ut found at Maryborough digguiffs, Queensland, contaiua about 1000 oz. of gold. Tho soh. Torrara, which foundered off Port Ste phens, was insured in the Victorian Oitice for £G00. Tho Melbourire brigWavo, haa been found strand ed near Terru-ul. No intelligence of tho crew hus yet reached Sydnoy. It is rumoured that the Government do not in tond to ln'iiko St. Patrick's Day a holiday. The Sailor's Home Pic-nic is fixed for the 18th, and the Parliamentary Excuraou to the Hawkes bury for the 19th and 20th instant. . ?' The wool sales, to-day, were thinly attended, and but little ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

OBITUARY. Right Hon. Sir George Clerk, and Professor . Daubeney. ' — * ' '?- ???.'.

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AID TO DISCHARGED CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

AID TO -BISCHARGED CRIMINALS.1 According w^irujoKse we now return to this Subject. :It is ouVyrosc thorough ventilntion at the hund-4 of tlie^an we feel to be almost u duty incumbent onS^J^nd our brethren of the fourth estate. There ^nothing in which the so'cinl economy of Great Britain uliines out to jajcater advantage tluui in the nmnerouaapcieties »^ned and -ciu-i;ied^a for the bodiy^iid the 'tnowr^|||lfiire''jwtlie- masses. TM«) a walk tHronjli tIiBNBii^LSti'-fiet» of Ladsctn, and your eye will ndrwjcm*m$t\m«jper building cori secratedJ^rthe CHmfltianjM^eof rendering aid to tiie^BBtitule, foVVg^fe hmlgtsj^hmling to 'tho-'aickj.all endeavoimng in one_^^^)r the other tri cope with '-jbe ills thnUMgSh\s heir to;' Jioppitajs for every ? varigjj^t disease, refuges, ?honieH,: alms house^*fJup kitchens, swell the long Hst of Encd^fFS charitable institutions, and form.; a brpj^Bv monument to her lasting fame tliftnj^NBF triumph^ pf wi»r or the achievements («i^TOi6nce. ' A 'Peabody \ is...

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COLOMBO. January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

- COLOMBO. Januarv 16. ? Sailed. — Hannah Nicholson, for Melbourne.

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PRINCE ALFREDS VISIT TO THE HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT. FORMATION OF A [?] PERCEPTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

PRINCE ALFRED'S VISIT TO THE HHirTER roa^TfOK or AiMtjif EJdmiox committke. ^wfoni lifly^^ixtyf (ifi U^T*»iU*4^reaiddiiU of Newcastle anu7iminediate-vicinity assemBlM at thu Great Northviy Hutc-i, on Wednesday afternoon last, ' to consider tntt to concert together how they might' best oxhiurUrbitlie Uuko of -Edinburgh and his suite tho mihn-t\| wealth and industry of our coal-tields, and to arrange tho order of the ceremony for tho reception of the Duku on his arrival.' Thu mooting tvn.-j^idtd ior three o'clock, but it was just an hour lutor^AuM the proceedings comiueneed. Among the gentHuu present we noticed the follow ing:— H. Scott, fllqlmP M- ; Mr Aid. Kmlgura ; U. H. Grieraon, Esq.; &. Ilamiell, Esq.; M.L. A. ; E. A. White, Esq.; Mr. Aid. Bolton ; Al. Lewis, Esq.: Uaptaiu Uohuruon; W. Keune, Esq.; Mr. olt ; T, VV. Knight, Eaq.; A. A. bright), Esii., M.L, A.; H. J. Brown, Esq. ; It. UWViInce, EJiq. ; W. U. Greunaway, Esq. ; Captain AllsujIW^J^lowo, Esq. ; J. Wood, Esq.; ...

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