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

CALCUTTA. No alteration in the money market. The steamer Thunder is supposed to have been lost in the late _cycloue, with all hands. \ ? The famine u over in Ot'is&i. War has broken out iu Affghanistun. The freight market is, active. i , ' ? The Androkles U oh thn berth for Melbourne. Freight to London— Seeds; £i 2s. Cd. to M 5s.

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. .NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. .' '*£;-?? ? Wkdnksday, Feb. 12, 1808. . Boforo H.';goott, Esq., P.M.; and E. Pftrncll, Eaq.,.J.P. /' Elha J. Dtnman v. O. Sutler. In this o^bk thuro was no appearance of parties, and tho coiupluint.w°j)8 at;uck off the list.

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LATER NEWS BY THE MAIL. Melbourne, Tuesday, midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

LATER NEWS BY THE MAIL. ? Prom the Herald?* Melbourne Telegraphic Correspondent. Melbourne, Tuesday, midnight The latest London dates are to the 11th Jan. - The uneasiness respecting political uffuirs lias abntcd. ' Bishop Selwyn has Accepted the Bishopric of Licliliukl, and Bishop Patteaon, of tho-Melanesian Missions, succeeds Wodehouse at the Cape of vxyuu. xiuiie. *^Pne London Observer states that the full extent of -Uie Fenian organisation is now known to the Government, und tho existing law is amply suffi cient to put it down. . Lord Cairns is elected Chancellor of the Uni versity of Dublin. ? ? . Earl Powis is Chairman of the Irish Education Commission. The Irresistible, coast-guard ship, is stationed off Osborne as u protection to the Queen. . A telegram has reached the Austrian Govern ment from the Consul-General at Alexandria, to thu effect that Tlieodorus iu ready to agree to the demands of England. The widow of the policeman Brett, killed by the Fenians at Manchester, has...

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

Ditmtlcrly Conduct. John Higgins was charged with disorderly conduct on bourd til ft bitrque Armistice. Tho prisoner pleaded guilty. Captain M'Keon stated tlmt the prisoner, in company with others, went lift and ilopamloil his riisohnrgo. He (Captnin M'Keoh) refused to give it him, when ho turned ? round mid niude use of abnsko iirul improper language. Tho Bench found the prisoner Aiilty, mid sentenced him to pay a fine of 20s., or fort&aMnt hours in the lockup.

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WA-LLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

WA-LLSEND. Wallsond being devoid of news of any importance this time, your correspondent has little to communi cate. I see by Wednesday's impression, that the Hon. Henry Parkea has laid the foundation-stone of theWaratah Public School. It would bo a blessing to the industrial classes of this colony could this gentleman obtain the repeal, of the taxation on newspapers. We, unfortunate people, that are living in the country are taxed at the rate of a hundred per cent, for the Daily. Empire and fifty for the Sydney Morning Herald. . If the Hon. Henry Parkos is such a champion for the development of education) why aro we so heavily taxed for the cir culating literature tiiat might be obtainable by the workintr flninmiinif.v- nrnvirlnrl thin Mttnr#iHfntil.» duty wore removed, which is by no means a benefit to the Government, for the revenue derived from such taxation does little more than pay thecollectors. It is hardly likely that any rational man will think that the Hon. Henry Parkes i...

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HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS FEB. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

iHipPIMG INTElLLIGENCi [?] rr-.- -.-??--- '.^BBtV-Ats: ; -'-'---:'- Fkb. 12. 'ffiUDroVer, brig; 173, Davis, from Nelson. Captain, «gont. fflfc.-.:-- Vbb.14. __ . ._?___ SJjiHBarwDn (».».), Roels.from Sydney, with- potatoes - B.fi dU (liertou, agent. ' fHMPIaotekbq., No. 2, 263, towrio, from Melbourne. R. H. |ljl||ier»on,«tent_ * ' , nUeUl, .-bMi8b«n Adelaide... Captain, agent - r. MipsUzabotn. bdMOHMJurne, Irom JUeiDourne, - ta inn. i\. |ll-allace,'agen\^ ? . {?Ilktalcolm, sch., xS^from Melbourne, 2nd init. R. B. uTiUlace, Agent. ' ? ? QfRVeao, »oh.t 221, Harrison, from Sydney. K. B. Wallace, mtjfcht. ' Ufupfcotblcy. ihip, 1080, Kichardson, from Melbourne. C. F. Mil jkej and Q», ageLtj. ? ? ?' . ; I ill iddin*Burlv%Ag81, Blake, from Melbourne. W.H. i hyU, agent -Xj\- * ! ? i jl Springbok; bq., lKWorrison, from Melbourne. -V. E [$! ? ' DEPARTURES. ? ifti, -. -Feb.' 12...' ..': .:': \ - |jj Ann-bq., 277- S to)hefcon, for Melbourne, with 500, ions [ || Hero (».?.), 7^^^»Vbr Melbourne, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

HUNTER .RI\fl!*|' N K W STEAM NAVtGJreKHiCOMPANY. ' The MOBPETH, cBtain B^dd, MONDAY and THURW-AY, Mornings. ? Th» CITY OP NEWCASTLE, Captain Summkkbill, ' ' TUESDAY ana FRIDAY Evenings. '.'?' GEORGE TULLY& CO.. Agents. HunUrNBiver New SteamNavigatien ' ' \ COMPANY. % I ? TO 8fflPPEft\AND PASSENGEM. TO.AND .......:. . ? PBpW THE HUNTER. X TJIOR ONE MiDNTH FROMVTHE I.-. ;-jp dite of departure^CH.R.H. the Duko olEdin. ':??? ' -*«rg;h from Tasmania forthmcolony, passengers laking ' ?. ?? Mtata tickets vull bo convey ^^t the Mlowing rates :— *'??' NswOAsnfcE to SYDNlfcjIid/mck : — Saloon ? „-*. ? T%1. ? £1 6». Steerage ? .T?iL....;.jilt. ? 0 15s. ? ' ' MoBFBTH, BAMIOND TkbW\c|e ' J^fcUBHOB TOWN, to - ' '- Saloon ? .T5f...T ? ^V.£l 10s. Steerage ? .*V......'.....%0 18a. Same ratos fromiSjjdney. ^k This arrangement will 'commonco on SATURDAY, 18th instant, a : ' GEORGE TOLLY & CO., . ? ? : . ? . ? Agents, Newcastle. 10th January, 1808. ? W5 'V'TOANAMA, NEW ZEALAND. ' '''XT...

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

\\ 'OOAL. ?'?-'?* J ' Tlio exports of. oqal during the past week show a good average, being 13,554 ^3113, of which 3382 tons were for Syd ney. 4343 for Viotoria, 1075 for Wallaroo, 1041 for Now Zea land, 50 for Riohmoud Uiyer, 40-1 for Shanghai, 205 for San Francisco, 1C:S2 for Bataviu, and o'O'J for steamers and home consumption* . . '' . ? Export of CoAfffrofc the Companies' Official Eoturns, , ;for thoVJpeBendint' 14th Feb., 1808 :— Port Shipped to. t £'1 £ ' 'a S ? »? ^ ? ^ -,.i.f. --?;?; :^£±, ?__.]?£_ * * O ' Sydney ? .„ ? 340 250 790 310 1387 581'™ elbqumo ? 1073 ? 315 418 1057 410: ? .' celohg ......... ,.1.. .'. ? ?...';!. 470/.*.....' Wallaroo ? ; ? 1075 ? .'.'./ ? ? ..' Wellington ? -.. ...... „.... .;..;; 021- 550 .'-.....; ' Lvttleton ? -.. ? ;...-.. ...... 484 ....... Sbanglmi ? 1. ...;.... , ? ? ? 464; ,'.'..'.' Kiohmond 'River .;. 50 ? ' San Francisco ? 295 ? ? Batavia ? \... ? ? JlG32 ? '''' Steamers.'.. ;. ? .\.\ -88 158 'r«8L....;' ...-...-..'....... Homo consujup...

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

COMMERCIAL fl^iD CT1PPINQ INTELLIGENCE- . The departures during the weok have been numerous, but their places have been filled by the arrival of several large vosselsfrom Melbourne to-day, amongst which is the Roth ley, of 1080 tonu. A ?? ; '..;?:...

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

LAMBTQN. Tho small party who wero so very dosirous to re move Dr. Peuroe from horo seem to bu a litUo as hamed of thumselves, and have been very quiofc since Dr. Poarou was re-elected. Thusu few men put up a notice one morning at the pit, and although ' only one shift was at work, they held a meeting in the evening, 'and gave tho doctor fourteen days notice, tha doctor thinking, no doubt, chose proceedings most unpreceaencea, oauea a meeting to receive some ex planation, but these meetings were so noisy, and such disregard paid to ordur, it nwdo a perfect burlesque of it. Certain rules were drawn up for the guidance of the future Dojctb'r, and when the three candidates were put up, Dr. Pearca was elected by an over whelming majority, but whether the.Dootor has bound himself to the rules or not I cannot say. ? The Hon. H. Pahkbs's Visit to I^aubton'. — A deputation from the Lumbton Mechanics' and Miner's Institute having waited upon the Colonial Secretary at Waratuh, received a reply...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

A beno vole-it association is advertising for fund* send Scripture-waders and supply of bible*, trad i &o. , to the troops engaged in the Abyssinian JBxpac i tion. '?..... ' -. .M - - THE HOST MABVELLOUS DTSCOVEHY IN USD ' CIAL SCIENCE. __ t | ; SOTFER NO LONGER; ' I j CURE YOURSELF 3Y THIS Nil! Electro Galvanic Improved Patent' Smj-A* Jostino CBBATm; Appliance, for the ifellef and «om*« , every description qt*Dnititutional debility, whether uitU from diseases oMndifsretion, or any* other cause. Vd\ Krticulars sentffree -? application by letter, prepaid to ViWm onel ELLlofr. Cleveland House (near Langbam ChnnlUI Begent-atreetAondon, W. (Udi Also, Dr. L\yaim:'a SPECIFIC and UNFAILING B-JfUl medics for Infection, TnVnely his I enercal or Purifying PHilim —Tome Alterative Mxtm-c— Detergent Wath ; liio, U 19 Gleet, -feo.,- tW-'«faria| Excellent Mixture. ^- -.'., % J (V N.B.— PartiSSWidfent out of Great Britain iifey h»V» ?- fw the above, .with Hie necessary adjuncts and directto...

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

LOCAL ITEMS. People's Concerts. — It will be seen on reference to our advertising columns, that Mr. George Johnson, the spirited lessco of tho Assembly Rooms, has announced that he in tends giving a series of. concerts on Saturday evaniugs, the first ono to take place this evening. - The programme is an excellent one, und will bo the moans, no doubt, of bringing together a large audience, and the prices of admission are at such a low figure us to be within the reach of all, und the 'name given to the ooncerts as the '' People's Concert' is very appropriate. Mr. Johnson deserves great credit for en deavouring to provido a good und cheap entertainment for the million. .. Second Newcastle Buimhxq Sooietv. — Tho usual monthly meeting of this society wus held at the Court house on Friday evening last, Mr. O. H. Capper being the re ceiving director. After thereoeipt of subscriptions, a num ber of shares were put up for sale, the upset price being £05; One share was knooked down for £70 15...

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FRIDAY, FEB. 14, 1868. Robbery with Violence. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

Friday, Feb. 14, 1868. i.'i ,. . . Jtobbcry with Violence. * The two Lawrences (Snmuol and Joseph) were again [~4iprought before the court on tho above charge. , ' Job Carpentor was the' next witness oalled by Mr. Slater -ot the defonoe. Ha deposed that he know the proseoutor ; ;, ?; *ja the defendants. He remembered last Saturday night. ?*»th» proseoutor on that evening at TattorsiiU'a Hotel. . Amtaeu saw him two or thrao times during the evening. He first saw him about bnlf-n-st eight o'clock. Ho was i .A ' 1 then very drunk. Witness saw M'Phail again about half past eleven o'clock that night; be was lying on the floor then, ?ml Mr. Hughes (buidlord of the Hotel) was picking him up. Witness saw U'rii again about ten minutes to twelve, just j as/tha place was shutting up. He was put outside of the j bar door by Mr. Hughes. Ho was drunk then also. When witness came out of the side-door of the home a few minu . tea after, he saw M'Phail staggering across thu street. He wjnt staggerin...

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

£ O RE HOLE. Your Borehole correspondent has now been silent an unusual length of time, and will almoat bo fur gotten. The reason for such silence may be attri buted to the late dullness of the times with the desire of the poople for peace and quietude, or what we might term a want of that spirit which wo see so prominently manifested by our neighbours, for the encouragement of amusements or institu tions calculated to assist in developing those capaci ties and talents that are to a certain uxtent innate in every human being. It is because these abili ties are not cultured and trained in their ripht course that makes civilisation appear a mere phrase without meaning and the precepts of religion so ob scure. The mind not having by a process of educa tion had those original or natural viceo eradicated, 'is ever prone to gratify those sentiments, which the conscience of every right thinking man denounce, and consider only analogous to barbarity. . It may be thought and even advocated b...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR COKKKSPONDESTS.l - B U £ W 0 0 D. , The news from this locality -is not very striking. We, in common with the surrounding district, have folt tho benunt of the Into bemitiful rain's, but we arc beginning to think that we have had about enough, and are afraid if much more falls, that we shall bo seeing 'Hood news' from the Maitland dis trict in your columns. . Band op Hopb. — Our Band-of -Hope Society con tiuuos to flourish. ?; The meetings are held. every fortnight, on a Monday evening, and are generally very nuiuorously attonded. The next meeting takes place on Monday, tho 17th instant, at the Primitive Methodist Church. Some of the warm friends of Temperance in Newcastle should try and pay us a visit occasionally ; we shall always be very happy to see them. Camp-Mbeti.vo. — A Primitive Methodist friend informs me, that thuro will be a Camp-meeting here on Sunduy next (to-morrow), when a large stalF of preachera are expected to address the meeting. There wi...

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Charge of Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

Charae of Assault. f Jlsry Ann Hudson appeared before the court, to nnnwer a chargo of unlawfully nsBiiultiirg and beating one SitMna Habig, on tho 29th of Jiiiiuitry hint. Mr. Brown appeared for the Jufeiulant, and Mr. Slater for' the complainant. The complainant (Airs. Hahig)said: On the day named in the information she whs at bur wash tub, and was talking to amagiiio of hcr's. As she was talking to the bird, saying 'Who are you,' 'AVhat the devil are you,' she heard a voice through the fence. The voico was that of Jlrs. Hud ?on. ' Sho was speaking through u orack in the fence, mid Buid ' You honest poople, I'll tull you your character.' Sho .?aid ' When you were living at Honeysuckle Point, you slept with another man in the bed, while your husband was up- tho country.' She also said that when hur husband came homo ho pulled her ou.' of bed. Witness said -she would make Ivor prove it. The defendant then uaeil other very disgusting language. After the defendant bad been abusing wit...

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Charge of Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

Charge of Arnault. Benjamin Musgrove, in custody, wus brought before the court on it charge of unlawfully assaulting the rwinnger of the Waratnh Colliery. The case was postponed till Thurs day. '?-=^—

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VISIT OF PRINCE ALFRED TO PARRAMATTA. (Abridge from the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

VISIT OF PRINCE ALFRED TO PAKRAMATTA. (Abridiicdfroni tin S. M. Herald.) The receptina given by the people of Paim muttti to his Royal Highness, tho Duko of Edin burgh, on Monday, wits us cordial and onthusiua 'tio us the moso loyal .subject of her Mujesty could desire. Preparations for tho expected roynl visitor had been in progress to u less or greater extent for several days prior to tlie eveutlul aay of the visit, but yesterday the preparations were general. From an early hour in the morning the whole of the popu'ation were engaged in pre paring in a variety of ways to mauifest their loy the warmth of their feelings in their enthusiastic welcome of her son to the old town of Parramatta. Gaily-coloured bunting in every direction, festoons of evergreens and flowers, and flags suspended across the streets, and various designs in front of the principal houses of tlie town evinced the in dustry, the taste, and the loyalty of the inhabi tants. As the forenoon advanced the children of ...

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Assaulting a Colliery Manager. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

Assaulting a Colliery Manager. ?'? - Benjamin Musgrave, a miner, was charged with unlaw. V iully assauting and beating one Ridley William Moodio, the ?J- manager of the Waratah Colliery. ?fl; ? Tho defendant pleaded not guilty, and was defended by i* Mr. Slater, Mr. Brown appearing for the defendant. ' i The oomplainaht (E. W. Moodie) etited that about a fort ; night ago he crave the dpfondant notice to leavo the Wont *??? tan colliery, ns ho was not satisfied with his conduct. On -i Tuesday last, Musgrave rode up to the Colliery-office and I, told witness that ha wanted his wages. Witness informed ,., liini that lie would have to bring his mate to tho office to i «how what was duo to them. Tho defendant said he would L have his money before ho left. WitneiB then tried to get ^[jjjk^fway quietly a» he saw tho defendant was under tho infiu TOfJfibnco of liquor. He soon became very noisy and refused to : ' \\ leave unless he got his money. Witness then went inside j ? J the house and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 15 February 1868

REG1 ST RE i\r A RI TIME \ OR i \ INTERNATIONAL LLOYD'S, - THE U.-NDF.RSIGLVrcD rIAVlN( been appointed Ajant .it tho Port of iSewcu'j ' REGISTlBlAlyfttlTISIE,' '.' INTERNATIWf fli LLOYD'S, '' is now proparod to Surv fJivA Glass Ships of allNatio outho moayfiMirable terms. - ?If MB. H. GRIEBSON,''* I * Scott-BtlMt, IS^}' N.B, —The abifv-o llogintry is being largely d genenilly availnd of, and a copy of tho same, fortl present year, can be inspected at Mr. Griersoh'a jfSe Seott-straet. ' 111 ? 'PHE NEW ZEALAND FIRE AS] '- » MARINE ASSTIUAMCE CO. Tho undersigned are emynmtteb to accept Fire BU nhd overy description of bwFffc Insurance (incln& hulls) on the most fnvouratil wriim. ' — Policies issued and nil claims Idjusted with thsutag ' promptitude ? ; 174 ' EDWARD CHAPMAN and CO., Awk CTICTORIA FIllE/vAND MARK V' . IN&URAXCE OCMPANY. . EstabV*^ 1849. ? ' . Capital ? T JtT ? *20.0000. Forms of Application ann 11 pthnr information mq obtained at the (VfiWs of the Agents,...

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