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ARRIVAL OF PRINCE ALFRED AT BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

ARRIVAL OF PRINCE ALFRED.AT: ??'-'v .?'..'?: .-.:,:? 'BRISBANE. ? ?.-,:?--??? :.yH;M.S. Challenger arrived. bfT Cape Moreton at noon, on Monday, the 24th inst. The steamer Kate, =with;his Excellency the Actirig-Govtrftor atad;the;Ministers, and the Mary, with the mein'r berfi of both Houses of Parliament, met the Chal lenger. His Royal Highness was met' at the landing-place by the Bishop, Modorator of the Presbyterian Church, Judges, members of both Hc-u|as of Parliament, the Mayor, and Corpora iiopV-heads of departments, and clergy, -fec. The jMiybr and Cprporatibn presented their address nn hhA liiririiiio- nf Ilia Tlnvft.1 HiirlifieRS. A disnlaV ?of .^fireworks took place in the evening y as .also tKe illuminations. . . , . , ' '„ ''„ '?'.. ? '-? Anlmmerise crowd greeted his Royal Highness ; .?jvitli \ enthiisiastic cheer8 as he 'proceeded to Gp-; ;yeninient-'House.- -.The following, was the .-order ibf procession:— The Scottish Association,' the City '^fjluVileer.Fire.Brigadejth...

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COAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

[?] The exports of coal this week far exceeds that ..of the last few weeksrbut only\oorresponds with that of a similar weak iu*a». JUj57fs Kneiweaiber has again sefcin; and aUows tb,« shipment of coal to bo pfccWded with irt the usual order of trade. The late galeal-4vo»een disastrous to our coasters between Sydney arid this\poV and we unfortunately have tomhronidethe loss of five Bchooners, one barque, and two brim. ,The arrivals during the past week have tar exceeded ithrf departures, arid tfli* «en/aifd' of shipments to foreign ports is now heing fnUyttaVon up j tho-ui-ply of ships fe, how evmynoMquftl tothedooSMid lbrf»lfll}ingcont»aotBalready entered into, and freigl*s\r some length of time are, in all probability, likely to mSfctlin their present rates. TheBnip. mentof-ooal this week B slightly over the average, being 16,266 tons-T-of which 4022 tons ium-. for Sydney, 4609 for Melbourne, -1007'fbr South' Auitralia,' 300, for Hobart Town, 1049 for New Zealand, 370 for Mauritius...

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ANOTHER DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

ANOTHER DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN | ?w f*'-;' THE ASSEMBLY.' 'n' Oo -Thursday morning -we received f;rom.our_ telegraphic agents in Sydney, the subjoined ac count of 'a- disgraceful «i scene' which. took' place in the'Legislat4ve Assembly, on.Wednesday after noon last The circumstance being one of so un ?usualand exception»la character, we at once had the matter printed and issued it as an extraordi imry, distributing the same to as many of our sub scribers as. we could. conveniently ..reach. -*.? ;i^. *i: The .proceedings of Jbhe Assembly of to^Jay iiaVe caused bo'tt' surprise anU Tegret tliroUgliout, Sydney, and, tjiey wiltno doubt be regai-ded-.with 'sfmil a)c feefiiigs in 'all Vparts. pt the i colony. w.heil~ they are made%.paijlic byr the press' It'appears' .ftom all.ttiat-i can learn, that Mr. Parkes laid on the table tb-day, the returns- moved for on the )reVKrUS evening oyixir. v/utic^, xii xciuicuvy yy^ the Public Schools Inspectors, and in doing so entered into a' defence pf th...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH OREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY, Thursday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

-L.ji% ^ST I M TELL I BE H C E .- !;' THROUGH OWtVUXE'siTKtlQKAlC COM^AHT. ; ! :. SYDNEY, Thuriday, noon. The Secretary of State for tho colonies has recom-: inettded the adoption here of theTreaaon Felony Act.', The Now Hebrides missionaries have represented^ to the Ooyernment that piracy and kidnapping have; been cnrried on extensively amongst the Islanders, for some years past. ? ? The Meat Export Committee intend to hold a Meeting this afternoon. Mr. Mort has ae;reed to. proceed to England and personally superintend the disposal of tho first consignments. i ? A gentleman who ha$ had considerable experince m connection wua tne cuiouuii jt»*w»- *». »«««« «** establish a new weekly newspaper at Carcoar, of liberal conservative principles. The first number of the paper, whioh is to be called tha Carcoar. Herald, is to appear on the Hth April. ? ? Miss Aitken, who exoels in the representation of Scottish characters, is drawing good houses' at the Prince of WaleB Theatro. ???'-.';) .A...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, FEB. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

i ' Legislative assembly. ' ' ? . - - I ' ??-:... . .TUeSDAT.FEB.^.,.., .-r.^/r .x.r. 1 1 ills ' Assented; xd^Mr; 'Mart^rought t Ex^niV^^ent to ,the flls^r. ^ishenea I ;? the -Jtotiinjr, Coogt^, and Jfapdwick-Bpaa! I j ; tijg Astern fierosen'e Oil Oompanjrs Act,: I tb»Xjien»on Wool-Act. - -.?'..???''?*:? I j »osta.l. — Mr. Eagar, in reply to a question 1' o;.jjsr:'liucasj promueaTO.apjjeuu ukii*ui*.bu««. iltol information to the return relative to tho fva. Postal Service.- '^ -,- )haboes Against Inspector, ^-Mr. Oatley I ved'for copies of coLTesi)ondeuce.tet'ween the juncil of Edncatipn and the Komln Catholic ureh authbrjlties With reference to the charges d« against .certain school inspectors. It was. st desirable that explicit information should be 1 i before bhqr public so as to do a way. with th» 1 my fallacious reports that had gone abroad. — . I :. Parkea had no objection to furnish the cor I :fc correspondence, but, washed to offer, some I Euarks-upW: ^he misrepresentitions w...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEB. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

I I^MA^fiENTARY. » I 1 1 LEGISLATIVE ' COUNCIL. II Tdesdat.'Feb. 25.V ii the Legislative Uouncii, ?? yesrerqay, iuo 1 Ibers present at half-past, four ? o'clock '^ere^ I |rs. Dockert' AUen, E. DcaaThogs^lifelj, I jtland, Weekes, Lord, aWBcfordon, and there I Ibeing sufficient to form a quorum, the .Prear. f fadjofcrned the Council, i . : '_ :...j£-'-, .''-

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PARLIAMENTARY BLACKGUARDISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

PARLIAMENTiRY 'BLAJOKGUARDISMJ .', What-tVUI they, say in England' is the burden' of a'fayourite.'ballad which suggests itself to us 'on perusing' the ? report (re-published in . another column),' of tto Yra^as in the House of Assembly ?between Messrs.) Lee and Macpherson. 'What will they say when. they read of -hpw one honor able gentleman deliberateLV crosses the floor of thfe House, uses insulting £ra«|uage, and despite JtKe; interference of a thitsl parfy, strikes anptlie^ clenched fist) What will they say when they .read , how. tlie assaulted member quietly 'resumes ?n'isv8e'at for ashprt time, and then coolly leaves the .Chamber,- sayingy 'I am going to get' the big^dfst horsewhip lean to murder that : man outf side the, House ?'' ,'VVhat' will jhe^ say when they read how that threat was subsequently carried ourwiEh'' all' the malignity of ^intense hatred 'oak mad rage 1 What will they' say indeed to a state of affairs such aa-this, inhere men claiming the title of gentlemen f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

? ?'-¥' A:''-,A. -N DP E R R I N S' i.'7' -WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, ? ?? DECLARED BY C01S ivOI&SLTjllb ??-..'-?? ? ..?.?-?-.??? ' to bb ,*'..;;;r;H.'E*;q'N l y , g o o- n s a u c is. !??? CAUTION AGAIN ST L'R.UJD. ' '?The Budcessof this most *U il i_mui ami unrivalled J ~ Candimeiu haviiiR caused cerlo in deiilers in apply the [ ' ritinc of' WorceMuiirture Snuu- (' to their own inferior ' 'oo'ihpounds, the pujiliela liereb y informed thut.the only ' *ay to secure the Miiuije, is to . -?.?-.?,.,.., ,'.','? ASK. FOR LHA'AND P'ERIUNS- SlMJOR,' .. .1 and; to »ee that.thei^amoa are u|idii the tv:ra2-pet, liii'th, ?- flapper, and battle. /!^^V ,-.,.,., ',,. . . v . ''.',. ' ' ? Some of theforeinnTaartetil hnvinttlieen nupplir.rt with .-' - . '?' SVpUriouH Worce9ter*liirsA-»i lee, iipini tiie wrapper anil * 'labels ui which the names olVteu mill I'enniis haye.,.been ?'? ' 'forfei'd, ivnml'P. Biv' 'oti'' - tlint they Iiiivk I'uriiiiilieil — their cotrcsimmlentF wilh pnu er of uttmtuy ....

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PRINCE ALFRED. NEWCASTLE GENERAL RECEPTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

?a- ?' PRINCE ALFRED. NEWCASTLE GENERAL RECEPTION COMMITTEE. ' This committee met in the Court-house on Tuesday; evening last, .pursuant to adjournment. |The Mayor oocupied thej chair. Letters were read from Messrs. Haighf and Korff, offering to give a display of fireworks on the occasion of the Prinoe's visit, and one from Mr. Rue, stating that every arrangement: would be made to render 'the reception committee (assistance, and referr ing the . committee to'ijr.tLewis and Beeston for further information. t \ ' ' ' [i 'M*— T)«. .i_. ? _-. ? -.—!._ J At- _ A. 1 ? 1 ? I . 1 *'J ii ? __ _ ' iiir. xteesion reported mat lie nacriaici tne re solution of the committee reapecting.'free passes ;for the. school children\befores th'e r Minister for jWbrks. Mr. Byrnes], after some'hesitation/con ifeftted to give free passes 'to all children and (.teachers travelling by ^Sl on the day of the ?juke's arrival. Mr. Beeston als6 mentioned as jaffnatter of fact, tha$ /fcaB, -passes would jaot bo ,$5J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEA1?! ' H AVIQ ATION OOMjP ANff. ..' , STEAM TOI&Msni ET. [. ' ^ * 'kti VOEPETII, CiiptajJyBjfifo, TUESDAY, and , ' «,. CITY OF NEWCASjftB fCiiptem' sim'xMBJ! ii, .;'. £; WEDNESDAY auoTSATURDAY MormngsJ' ,' '' ? GEORGE TUX'L,y'& CO.. Age'ijW ' ? ? M ~ ! '? . :-.---'. , ::,.? ?:'..? . .) ...,-.. '^Hunter Biver New- Steam Navigata*1^ ^ '?? ? ; BETURN'TICKETS. -.? ; T71 B O M THlfe/^ATE, RETURN 1 JO TICKETS will bl iuiad, available for one week, . ?to passenger* by any//t]l(H.R.N.S*.N. .,Cni^. , first-class steamers, at tne Mowing rates:— ; . . Saloon- -/?»- - ? ? ' JS'* Steerage - f r ? 16*- .'GEORGE TULLY J: CO. '??.-.. Newcastle, Fob. 19, 1603. ,. ? . . ^ -415 ' Hunter River New Steam Navigation ' COMPANY. Vn HE STEAMSHIP ... 'JL . MORPETM, -.. ? ,-.. , ; GeoeoeBudd, Esq., Command*!1, wiU be despatched from Sydney pa the EVENING of . . ? 4th March nexU t|£onrey --^ . IL R. H. THE DUKE/or;E(DNIBTJRGH, ' HIS BXOELLENCYyi&^L-BELMORH, ?'?'?? ? ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. FEB. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

i ^HIPPING rifrfLLlENO^ ? ? ' f%*& — -?? ^ M \ W POlTrOF^NfiWCASTlSE. v:-~^ r r—*r *—;—'* r ? iBBivALs:'-*- *'- ~r~. r-r— ~ , Omagh, bq., 320, Hilton, from BJclboume, 19th. mat. O. Hewiaou, agent. , ? . Wnve.-brig, 105, Garson, from Melbourno, 22nd jflSt^.A^ Hogsfi ngent. ? ' ^^; ? * ** ''' * Formosa, bq., 381, Hummel, from Melbourne, 22nd -inst. C. .Robertson, agent. ? v' i 'tp'1^1 :'? /? ; ?..???? Fed: ao. V ' . , w c\--r ,*? Pioneer, soh., 15S, Hunter, frtm^Telbouine; 22lidia»t.' E; B. Wallace, agent. \\ '\ ? *??:''??.*?*. Crown, brig, 280, Jewell, from Shinto. C. F. Stokei and ? Yarra, sen., 141, Kegent, trom ureymoatn, JS.ia.^ .iota k ? inBt. R. B. Walhioe, agent. ' - ... M Bojphoras, bq., 320, -Vsrd,;£rom SIelbonrne,( 22nd inst X G. Hewiion, agent. '_' ?-' ? '«'\!- X Gazelle, brig, : 260, Williims, ' from Wellington. W. H. I 'Wbrto; ugent. v- ? . | '?? -S£»ft V ''-V FHV ZtvV. - ^(.v-w, I iSrAliciis brig, 182, Mi tcheltf rota Sydney. .'.'', ' I *-??'' '. ...'?' ~ — !~^\...

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SPECIAL TRAINS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

SPECIAL TRAINS ON THTJESDAY ' ''?k. ,',', .AND FRIDAY NEXT. .«,..???.?: | 'By,, reference to our advertising columns our ; readers will see that the railway authorities have j made ample provision for conveying the public ~-| along tho Great Northern Fiailway, on Thursdaj i' and Friday next — the days of the Duke of Edin- ' \ burgh's vigitj' tothe Hunter River District. la '? addition to the ordinary trains, ^ljicli will run a , usuaf,'tlie following special trkinsfa're announced I to run by \the. Commissioner of Railways. On j the'-nrst -l»y of the Royal visit— Thtirs'day, spe- v ' cial trains .will leave Newcastle for Maitland 'at [ .«? forty-five minutes pas. live in the morning p 'ana -tenvlu4nutes past tour in tbo '-.alternooa \ 'arriving in Maitland at 6.40'a.m. aind-5 40-p.m. ^ respectively; A third, 'special',- will leaye'New- \ ' ;castle for Singleton at twenty minutes' ?past-six .- ,. o'clock. in tiie evening, reaching its destiniitito ftt i .:;- half-past nine-o'clock at ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Pudho Lkoujbe at Wam.send.-W8 would draw the .attention of our subscribers in Wallsend, to the announce mennn o»r advertising columnB, of a lecture to be given in he wesleyan Churoli, Wallsend, on Mondayjuvening next, -y theatev. O. Olden; \The subjeot to be 'The inlroduo ;ion of Christianity into the Island of Madagascar.' -There is but little doubt that upon such a subject, and with the woll known abilities of the lecturer, a full attendance mav ,be expectatt ' * 'j i^SP£fi-0/'lRIA?B~''lV'eunder8tsna that »' ''been a?Sni'SfK*«*Va*tIlttt '1S Royal Highness's private carriage w n^al*-iS'V'Vt0 t]t0 Hunter on the -occasion of his ap proaohiift .visifi ThiB wiU involve the nooesslty on the part of the Hweptkm Committeo, of proourina a oarriaee in wnicn to convey bis Hoyal Highness from the landing place to the Great Northern Hotel, a matter of no small importance, but one whioh, if we are not mistaken, is not yet provided for. The committee would do well to take this quest...

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TO INSPECTOR HARRISON. Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

TO. INSPECTOR HARRISON. ' Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle. ? ? Sir— You are very busy in getting the publican's fined or keeprti&open a stray half-an-hour over the time allowec them byifcw. on Sunday's ; will you kindly inform mo why you are rfdt'eqully aotive in punishing the numerous' abop.. keepers «f the city, who kuep their stores open l-the mhota day long |on Sunday's. I hope, Mr. Inspector, then is no sinister influence at .work ! Do yc ur duty like a nttn, and eveiyone will respect you, but only half do it, anttopu will bring upon yourself thjyulimu and the dislike of the entire community. — Your, fto7j'. ? '-». ? ?''' ' '?? »—?;??? FAIRPEiy.

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LAUNCHING THE LIFEBOAT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

LAUNCHING THE LIFEBOAT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. ] Sir — Some months ago I saw a suggestion in your paper to theeffeot, that Princo Alfred might very appropriatSybe asked to perform the ceremony of launching the new life boat. If I mistake not, Captain Allau first broaohed this matter, nnd I am rather surprised^ he has not waited upon the Reception Committee, asking them to make it an item in the programme. The ceremony need not take twonty minutes, and would be more pleasinir to the Pukf- }. Bhol\id fancv. than visiting all the coalmine* in the district. Commending this matter to the attention of the committee, I remain, yours, -&c, NEPTUNB. I

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR BONFIRE ON SHEPHERD'S HILL. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. BONFIRE ON SHEPHERD'S HILL. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle Sir— Can you inform me if there would be any objection on the part of the town authorities to have a large Bon fire on the bill, on tha occasion of the approaching visit of thr Duke of Edinburgh?' I have noticed that, in other places bonfires formed a very important feature in the illuminations, and I do not sse any reason why it should not be so in Newcastle. Hoping that some effort will be made to havo a good bonfire, if allowed, I remain, yours, ta., A LOYAL SUBJHCT. ['A Loyal Subject' had better apply to his Worship the Mayor, who will no doubt, give him the information he re quires. We do not anticipate any objection.] ?

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THE PREMIUM SYSTEM. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

,. THE PREMIUM SYSTEM. To the Editor oj the NmtcattU Chronicle. [ Sir— As Mr. Ingall, in the case Cleary v. IwlT at tertpted, in my opinion, to mislead the- Benofc'Snd the public respecting the ' premium; systemk»iri3you allo' me to say a few words onJtheMbJeot*1 ? Mr* Ingall knows a. well ..* I do that Premihfrj|g|^j,,mflnH JiS stocks and occasions of tTliit iMjEtfcistf.i nf tha kiml ♦l7i» ^ put on almost .eve^Tr^S^^^rnndai^ Scott rightly surmised, lead WaBy* amount of falsehood being told by the ns3istants. The plan adopted is this ? A remnants, that in odd lencths of otufF „; ? _: ? ' . ,, and directly goods get faded or damaged in \nf wayTpTe. muim is put upon them to induce the assistants to sell in inferior and damaged article at full price. Is this honest I think not. But that is not all. The plan adopted in Sydney (mid I have heard in Nowcastle also) with remnant, is this : If a remnant measures three yards, and the artiole was sold at fourpence a yard, instead of selling su...

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A BALL IN HONOUR OF THE PRINCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

A BALL IN HONOUR OF THE PRINCE. To the Editor of the Newcattl* Chronicle. Sir— Are we not to- have some public demonstration on I the occasion of the visit of the Duke of Edinburgh tothi. !hn',eSLnd Clty °kthe oolony ? Why can we notget up » ball? The excuse ha. always been 'Wehaveno bafl-room*! but now the City Hall is completed, such excuse no W. exists. I trust some of our public-spirited men will t«fcr this up, and let us shew our Maitland friends «? canal.* have a ball, although we have no Sohool of Arts to boldi0 '»-- W« can b«'t of a City Hall, and I am Vure a mor* ! fitting time could notbe chosen to open the Sam™ Tn£- tomed to initiate such movements, I am, dear sir, *' February 25, 1868.' *BOOBaeB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

THE MOST MARVELLOUS DISCOVERY IN MEDI OIAL SCIENCE. %J ? ? „ ? « - SUFFER NO LONGER. \ ¥ .. CURE YOURSELF BY THE NEW Electro Gwv \-mM Improved Patent SELrAo ? JUstino CpnATlVE AjipLiAioE, for. the rolief anfl cure, of every descrii)tion of ctnstfutional debility, whether arising from iliseoBCH of imliiPjMtion, or aiiy other cause. Fat particulars sent free on irolicntion by lettor, prepaid to Dr. iiOSEL ELtlorr, Clc\'?kiJI House (nPBr Lnngham Churoh Regent-streut,. London, \v.. Also, Dr. L Elliott's SPECIFIC arid UNFAILING Be mnicH for Infection, nnmulyhis I mtrtnl or Pnrtfping PilU — Tome Alterative Mixture-Detergent .Waeh ; also, for. Gleet, Ac, the Sedutive fixpellcnt Mixture. N.B.— Parties resident out of Great Britain may have all he above, with the necessary adjuncts and directions for Self Treatment sent to any.part of the World ;? or from his Agent for Sydnoy, Mr. Wilkinson, Hunter-street. 17f Mngic Kfi j)ypcing« ? , ' MR. E. W/f/TS Wl N Gf : late of MaitlsfaAjfT prepared to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

! - CITY g ALL. \ BLECTko-BIOLOGT AND MESMERISM; PROFESSOR SELWYN will give His LAUGHABLE AND INSTRUCTIVE SBAKCBS a A F V X B A i',* Ftbuury .«!-?,- ?_j URDEB - .'. v'-~-_ DI8TINQDISHKD PATRflNAGB, ? during tha visit of H.R.H. THE DUKE OP EDINBURGH; KJG. S8T The experiment wUl beOmanged each evening. ^SlTi?1'' SijTSUTss.; back, li. Doom open at 7.8O, to comnMhol&t eight precisely. To prevent raowdfcg It the doon, ticket* can be obtained at the CjuorficLE and Pilot Offioes Dr KNAGGS, and Mr. HtJBBABD'S, Yacht ClubHotet B.BK PUNSHEON, . ? j_ ;, Secrtjfcuy. . The HALL will be brillianUy' ILLUMINATE!) with GOVERNMENT. BAILWAY8. OSEAT NOBTHEEN BAILWAT. DUKE OF- VDINBURGH'8 VISIT TOTHEHUNTEB, , . , ? 6th and 6th March. ' ? NOTICE. ; T'H.VBS DAT, 5th MARCH, IN ADDITION. TO THE Ordinary Train*, the following SpediU will t» r«n, vii. :— .,..--. . ? ? Try. DOWN TRAINS. ? ' Leave Newcastle ? ^45 ... *u6 „ ^^q „ . Hexham ? 5,8 ,.70 ? „ East Maitland ? ' ... E.SO 1 1S ' Arrive Morpeth .....

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