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NEWCASTLE CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

NEWCASTLE CHORAL SOCIETY. A general meeting of the members of tha above society was held in the offices of Mr. G. Wallace a few days ago, for the purpose of hearing the report of a special committee that had been ap pointed by the members to take steps to obtain the services of a conductor, and to find a suitable room for general practice. About thirty members - were breaent. and Mr. F. J. Shaw occupied the chitir. The meeting having been constituted in the usual formal way, Mi. Luna, one of the .Special committee,' Submitted the following re port : — ' 1 According to instructions received from the Newcastle - Choral Society, your iceoial committee have at once taken steps to obtain the services of an etficieut conductor and to liud .a suitable room for general fraction. An advertisn ment inserted in the &dney morning Herald procured one application only for the comluctorahip. The references given by the applicant could not be found, and a further in quiry to himaolf reiinin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

MARRIAGE. HARRADINE — HICKS. — On the 15th February, at the resi- dence of the bride's father, Blane-street, Newcastle, by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. FREDERICK HARRADINE   to ELIZABETH, daughter of Mr. F. HICKS, Watchmaker,         Blane-street.               The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868.  

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, FEB. 25, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. E. Parnell, Esq., J.P., and C. B. [?], Esq. J.P. Charge of Indecent Assault [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 29 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIBENGE 3SJBVV0AST1E POLICE COURT. TPESDlY, Feb. 25, 1808. Before H. Scott.. JKsq.1J.\M., E. Paruell, Esq., J.P., and ? - O. iJ/Muwlllud, Esq., J.P. ilhnvnn r£ Tuttfifti-%\t. Axmntlll ' James Walker wag briught heforg tlM^court in custody, ' . charged with indecently assaulting ono JI»ry Blair, nt .. Walliend, 011 the 22inlol February, ' Mr. Sub-Iimpector Uia'rison depoaod to tha arrast Of tpe prisouer on the previous day. In reply to the charge thp piisoner merely said 'I deny it.' Mary Blair, being sworn, said the information read was correot. The prisoner was tho person she complained of. She first met the prisoner about eleven o'olock on Saturday morning, between Wallsend and Cookie Creek. The priso ner and witnes wei'4 both on horseback at the time. The prisoner met her about aWuartofrjof a mile from Wallsend. The prisoner asked her ?whero sftfOfaad came from. She re plied she had como frorn CookJJjJCrppk. She knew the prisoner ueiore mu&. xiuu piitiuuur.' i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

-?:.l.'! ???;?? :,?.,??, ?!.,: -...]?? ...?,.;.,. ;.,:;?.?:?'? '.. HottoWAt's PrtiB ANftOiMritiRT.— Bilioasne**— Dyspe- . paia.— There jii no organ 'In the Hnmani body'soUiW* fe acraagementLas the Utbt. ' Food, fatigu*. eUmate,:aad anxiety, all di*Qrd*r.|ta actioe, and reader. iU Mcretioa, (tk* ?We), saors) or 1*** dept»v*d, superabundant, or scanty. Jh* i^nliymptoro* shouJU HeaTre attention; A pain in th* aide ?at . thi'top of th* *hoalderc « harsh cough asja\ daficnlt^ of Dnatniag are sign* of liver diseue, which are removed with ouVdaisr-Birfrictiiim with HoUoway** inastimabl* oihtmant. Th* pill* should also be taken early. For all disoat* of thi* .vital organ, .the aetion of these conjoined remadisa i* a specific by chedring the over supply of bile, regulating its Mention and giving nervou* ton*. ?' ' ; . ' ' '

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THE LATE SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

THE LATE SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY There is onljr one instance in . the . history ? of responsible government in' the Australian colonies of an occurrence similar to .that; which took, place in the House of Assembly, here, on Wednesday afternoon. The isolated instance of personal violence being resorted to within the walls of a Legislative Assembly, by members of the Legist* ture themselves, took place inHobartTown some three years Bince, all particulars of which, how ever, were carefully suppressed for the time. And as that case ofiFers a precedent for the punish ment that would have been inflicted on the mem ber of tiia Bouse by whom the blow wan struck, fctft for th» %ttreme piwV«»tio^-b'e recaived Xasv insulting rderence to bis wife) it' may. not be uninteresting now to state what steps the Legiala ture of Tasmania took to 'vindicate the honor of the House and the' country, and to prevent the possibility of « recurrence of what was termed, ' the greatest outrage that could be offere...

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DUNGOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

...,. .!?; 'j-:ir nio oo. ?C'ii'T , , ' AVOTOTB iCOSX DlSASTBOUB FlOO] I TlHf JHB J#n UAH8.— On Thursday night, Feb; 13 ucommanoed - to pdnivrain:in a fearful manner,' -aoobmpanied by m —atrong wind, and continued untU-Sun'dkynlorning, when it slacked a little, but kept on lainiiig all day . u-- udLmost part of MpTjday. , jOn Satu fday-ine water trpke. tjver its bqundary, and swept i rithlgnstf orpa° over the -cultivated flata, carrying crops, ^pil, and, \ y A lenOCB OU OWJ»y ; i*»;ouuuMeiaa»»-'»'(^«'»fj;.l'««*f'-.. . \ ' r ing; when there was nothing to', mofct tho eye butr \ one vast sceno of dei-truction.' ' 'AttBandon Qr^Vo \ ' ' the water, I am told, 'waa two -feet higher'thaiStlie' t' \ ' U flood 6f 1857.'' Most all the farmers hjid'nlorf) or , \ less, tobacco planted'— and never waa (the crop more 11 V .prosperous— l-utit Is alloweptawpy.} Tfc^ye&or: \ rathpr tho angry waters,, did (Jybtv^ach^.wi$iht ' \ dghteen inehea of 1857 ; bnt.-bssvMojbditia.no^. ' \ the highest...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

/O J ,WJlS,Fr M.A TML A Jt&T. I'.'-.-'iii'!'- i' '. - iv ': ???j.t-i--' frrmtke Jtmiumy. I . . Bnoov^:kcctD%in. — On Tuesdky, af ternoonra 5U\f«iioas aciiden* hapt-ened (o a you-ig man named v: William^Sl^k, in tho emplayaont of Mr.R. '-' vK Sadlealr, trtio, while engaged in unloading some a«;-*B*av'of hay^from a waggon, by soms) masns «lipp«d ', , ,.dqwB, whan hi» leg having got caugh'tin tb* spokes -r of ,thii wk«aJ,:wa* broken a little atpova the ancle. - - TkiissjuffcBrer was ramov«d to his nesideoce in Church '- ?**?«, whett taW fracturM limb wis spotty and .ii/t.T -,i aUUnUy set by_ Dr. Bforsoa. , , XJto natiant is now , ?''''???^''?'jWP'saingiaat^actara T!l ?'-/?' '':?:'- ]%^',J;Xi'*C€^»na!:.li^imix ?. M; aid : o» tin ??? MirrtAirB '? -V,);,-) .HoajfiiAt akd Bchooloi' Akm. — ^V«vare glad; to i; ('?-!» I ur-laam that the grind lottery lately bild has b««n-o n -^i'-1 ^successful . tfiat;ft!»;:oV^utioB^a^1b«e^enabjM., [) .f « .»? 'i'io^h^d 6vw.a'i^t^uefo^£«C^tou'e^ . (i ...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

WALLS END. Monday last, by asocial tea, followed by a pabho Miltini ''' -'— ' ' ? *^*h « the: tea and the * _-~t;n~ w.. 1.-«m- still nTrnarfrJ th* histhest 6X ., p«ct«tiotts formed by tho frieadiot the school. Tha '' ' B»V.''Spic«r rjWbod 'occupied the chair,, and. having ' cnaaadjthe meeting, delivered ai ' appropii»te ad ' ?? --?)????. He apologised for the absence of several - - tamtlemen frosBNewoastte.: The children than sang i Ed wffl*ada,nuniberof M&M \n a, very credit s*le manner.— The Rev. Mr. Belwyn, bf Newcastle, i 'aWxiAddreiied the meetiag. . Hefdwelt principsJJy Jmton the tubiect of education, showing the import V-: ?&M,OK.-- reugious aa weu a» » awuui' ''''T'™1 ?':He was sorry that the Government1 of this colony bad prohibited religious education in thePublio Schools. 'The meeting was subsequently addwsrted by Dr. John Pierce (who received: quite an ovation ' ii tt« hands 6t the childr«n)the Kev. Mr. Bode, ind Dr. Rero» from Waratali. A hearty vote of ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOREHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

[?] .-.,,„.. ? r!* » 3 . ? : ?' '?'--»?;? WUJM OVJt COEBKSPQMDKXX8. . .??]? .hj I'iurt -! jb '6'R E S O Z E . ??!???'?:? 'Vnit'pTTtaPBisoK.— We ire all alife in ex ? .-'?? iMetationof »eeing hi* Koyal Highneai amongst ua ,-. (,-,!» the occasion of bis visit to New«*tle. It ii be ' ' '?' l%a*ed ;Wo ahall h»ve the distinguished .honor of '' woomiog the Prinoe to this colliery, in referenoo '} ^fc.which considembte contention , ex&ta mmong the 1 ? ' ?olliery managers. yv ? reauy tauuc *usn verj «mj« ' ?? ? difference of opinion ought to exist on the subject, ? wit appears to iia thnt there cannot be two opinions ' - abbot the eligibility of pnr pit. But whether! we\ ' ? think »o or not matter* little, a« I hear it rumoured ? Mr. Winship hat received intimation that this ifl the ' DoUiray his Koyal Highness will honor. with his pte Mnee. ' It is said that the manager of the Lamb ton ' :; colliery iB making great exertiona to rob us of tha Vi I., honor, but I think his efforts wi...

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THE PRINCE AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

the'; prince It ne\v6astjwei. - To-jiOREpw morning, if all goes-wdl,;!rlurRoya HighneSa thp Duke of Edinburgh will setffobfc in $Tewcasile. He will,]be very ?welcome — welcome for his own sake and for thai of bia royal mother.1 Ho will find in, Nevrtiisfcle, we prophesy,'. as large an amount; of' loyalty, comparatively speaking, as, in Adelaide, Melbourne, or Sydney! He will not ? have ' such fine streets to pass through, such 1 masaes of gailv-dreased people to meet him, but he will have, we venture to assert, an honest wel come, despite t he J' lack of broadcloth and Bilk.. 'The tailor makes the man,' it. may be- in the ^yes of some folk^,jbut we feel confident that hjs Royal Highness 'dtefl' not belong to that class. If it be true that he /is already tired of grand recep tions, with all their weiirying concomitants, that he shrinks with ^polite horror at the sight -of a Mayor, and abubra the blare of . bands, and the thousand and one noises that assail his ears throughput his pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

'jpi H ARiK S^QJJ#!*y! SO No,;' '.-? .: /:'. GMXXlu'&ueMJri', I -'**? ;.?£» .-.; SCOTT-STlWgT, NEWCABTLE. f -^ GOLIN C H K IiS TIE, .'-; :POprC^TK B.IE, .'/^r.^r.,: ,;._'. ,':'''; a&NEK^J^D E'JL'.L'EB^^l'. Opposite House's IMcy Hunter-strait, N«wea«tle. '. ' ' Colonial Winei 'of *hperior quality. '; (V K.B.- Shipping supplied with £& irfndsofProduc* - ? ; ? a»d Popjtry. -' :; ? 117. ?. T\BS;v,MACKENZIE & MORSON, iSlsT : Pmtbicuicb add ^pmo«o«p,. ., ' ..' . ,, ;-.Jj»T MA-IT^AND,' _ ? ? *. .' ? : ? ' Dr. W. T. MACKENZIE, M.B.O.S.. Xoadpn t ' 'I&*.» LonciAn; tadL^ Hor.CoL PhyiWihi;^ '? : eaa b* eonsulted TUSp (sJTday* assented) atklsrasi- ' das**, High-street CfoMirig, West Haltland, from ? to t ' ' 'U tK» tnorning, 3 tl4 ia. the afternoon, and 7'lavtks - * *vaBias£; . ? ^w^ . ' i ? ? ' ? - ^ i ::,. BR. A. K. MOaapN, M.Dj,jL.R.C,8.,i '???? fortotrly BcsJdentrsqrwclan' to' the.Boyai Hospital: - Boddent Sorgton to the 'Royal Sick Chlldrtjh'iyJaiid ...

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PRINCE ALFRED. NEWCASTLE GENERAL RECEPTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

?? PRINCE ^ji|lJBED^i: NKWCASTtK OKNEBAL KKCEraWOJieiniTEK. A Urgcly attended meeting of thmwmimttee was held on Saturday eveningjast inth,eCSo«(t House, the Mayor (J. Hannell, Esq., M.P.)occa pyinir' the chair. ? The minutes of the previous meeting ; having been read and confirmed,- Mi. Aid. Bolton drew attention to the uncertainty ' whic.happeared to prevail as to whether a carriage to convey bis Boyal Highness to the Great . NOfv; thiern Hotel would be sent up by tiie Government. The Mayor not being in a. position to give' any., definite information on the subject, Mr. Bolton moved — 'That the Chairman send a telegram to the Colonial Secretary, asking if it ia intended tor send a carriage lor thereof H.R.H. in ?New- castle.' — Mr. Wioship' seconded the' motion, which was put and carried. - : . .-:??? The Houte of Procesbiox. — Mr.'Bisliiop next drew attention to the route of procession as it had been determined upon by the committee. He thought a much more preferable route might ...

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PRINCE ALFRED'S MAITLAND AND SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

PRINCE; ALFRED'S . RBICEPTION iN ''?' . MAITLAND AND SINGLETON. ' , The Rkckwios Comjottkki— There was a full meeting of this, committee held at' the Northum berland Hotel,on Thursday evening. :, The Mayor of West Maitland (John Lee, Esq..) presided.— A discussion ensued, which happily resulted in the removal of a slight misunderstanding between' the East and West .Maitland members of the commit tee. A moat conciliatory spirit animated tho various speakers, and a mutual understanding Waa ultimately reached which cannot fail to bo highly satismccory to all. — Mr, w. viaaiu reported on bchulf of the H. R. A. and H. Association, that tbe committee of that association had resolved to grant £50 towards the funds of [tho reception, as soon,R3 tho £250 which hud beten promised was received' from the Qovurumcntj; and also, that the school children were to be adrnittcd iusido the racecourse, but that all adultairi, charge of them would be expected to pay. — Announcement won made that arrange...

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

NEWCASTLE BOROITGH COUNCIL. The firsf monthly meeting of the Newcastle Borough Council in tonus of the new Act, was held ' in the Court-house on Monday afternoon kut, at four , o'clock. Present at' the commencement^ Aid. Bolton,, Christie, Chapman, and Stokes. .,,.-: Minutes.- — The minutes of the previous meet ing wore read and confirmed. .. . ?''?' Statembnt by the Mavob.— Tho Mayer said; beforo proceeding to business he desired, to mention, one or two things to the* Council:' -..' With rejFeren.ee.' to the mattor of the gas report which he' promised to have put on the business paper, ho was of opinion that- the Council would have- to commence.de novo, a3° by the new Act the* constitution of the Council . wa» entirely changed. He- also called particular attention to the necessity for making an estimate of all rateable propuny in the Municipality within three, months of the election of Mayor. Nothing had bean done yet, a motion, at the' last meeting .relating to the subject having ...

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HORRID MURDER AT ASPINWALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

HORRID MURDER AT ASPINWALL. ..The Panama Star and HercM of the 24th January saj-H : — A most horrible and mysterious murder was committed in the Howard House, Aspinwitll, on the night of Sunday, the 19th inst. ' The body of the murdered man was found in a box some three feet square, dread fully mutilated and in a, disgusting condition. The murder, itJa .be.lievod, was effected by auffo;. cation, and it was, necessary; afterwards ta partially dissect the body in order to roll it tip into a bulk HuQiciently small to enter the box in which it..wa8 found. ,.Tho.,suBpected;|iart^ has' been arrested, and a strong 7-ri7;«t-/rtci-.case made out against him. ,. t-^:- , '? ?? '? ??'. , .?..* \ !.!.. .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

?Wain in a°uod,er shape * brin« £t^rward . -PuSunS^^^r; 'AM. Bodgera moved- into a committee^ the JhS£to?f rtS8olvu itae« -tato of =^ n£f wJro r^ad tiil thJ „«! ? -i°»s in connection with £?« an»''«-erof que3. Jierorl m;,.K* u- !erras» w.h'°' many neonln -,„ J J £1000 ayea.-Irar'0'.0 0rin2 » » revenue oi . and tho Mayor &£%?-£? P,ut. ».nd «rriod »'tfa». On the motion of All} u l\altUnX « coni! mittoe .Kljonrned 'ill t a L /? R°dSor8» *'» com and on tno f,a4er .StK'^fft °f °O1I110il» name, having Vfm-S to Z B ?««««'»« ''*!? General Cemotery o^n Utel Th''''*?11.* of a objection, leave was grS and M^'* $ S n° . Donerl. o*««wu, and tiiQ motion 7»v.f_ I rose and moved, purmmn? °f-~-'V-d- Stoko8 then ' That this Co,mcilPhSv J inOt'i° of »»«on £100 be npport onJcl out „?«! ''i1™, that the 8«'' -* pulily, anU be Sow to ^f ?v'3!?' {haMUni6i warcmuneratKSrvJce^K^*1'0*1^0'. i.'10 ulu wad in the receutirm of 7h »? BnouId to bB niet. X puhHcZd6 *?' T that e*P°«* anything. At Cs tlmt ,L1 ...

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GREAT STORM AT SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

GREAT STORM AT SAN FRANCISCO. . San Francisco was visited by a' severe Storm on the evening of the 21st nit,' which continued to the 23rd, causing some damage to thd shipping in the harbour, and loas of property on shore.' The 'damage to the shipping was pretty Berious, and a considerable number' of vessels- werti wrecked or severely damaged. . No British 'vessels were amongst tho number. In thepity no very serious damage is reported. New buildings nut completed, roofs,' chimneys, awnings, itc, suffered more or less.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

(5^'&236, RwdK. for, §1^87,- with 38O$£i D-BobtrUamwint £P£ £ '-- ~V. ^ ierlflr, brir, 863, GaJlois, for Melbourne, with 400 wm C. Y. Stoke* «nd C».. aged*^ -- :-\ *£i& ienhoe, tbip, 1224, Butler, for Bomb»y,.»Uh 18S0 mL 0. F. Stoke* and Co., agent*. . ' ' ,:- off.*.), 763, totan, for Meiboarno, with 750 tomooJ. WaUasv. agent '?''?*.- '*' V1 y Grmnt, brig, X38, V»nnett, for Melbourne, with 188 gal A. Hogg, agent. ... .'''?* »beth, bq., 263, Carrie, for Mauritian, with coal. B. i^fm^ agent, m 8.P«ge, bq., Evani, for Duncdin, with 6toni hay, VhttA ofcattle. B. B. Wallace, agent. _,. ..... JUABck 3. - -~- ? «? Irving («.), Creer, for the Clarence. TV. K. Loch unnt.' ? ' of London, bq., 850, Emenon, for Manila, with 588 aarand 81 cajks tallow. B. B. Wallace; agent. lory, brie. 256, Walkley, for Mauritius, with 3M toni &.B. Wallace. «genfc f COASTERS INWABDg, fbow »YDif mr. , - ', ?ha-ino. -.-, ??? :;*';?. h ;.- : eh 3.— H«rculo«. . . ^ ? ' ; , - ? : COASTERS OUTW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

HUcN'tEE; RIVER NEW STEA^I. ' NAVIGATIONCOMP ANT., 1Jt; :???;? ', . STEAM T& SYDNEY.^ ; - The ? VORPETH, AaptaA Budd, TUESDAY . and i f^r . . ? ?? JFRlBArT Mornings. : '; ' ' ^. , '*? ^?'' The CITY OP NEWCASTLE, Captain SUMi«Miiu*, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Morning*, ., , ' ' ,, GEORGE TPLLY* CO.,, Agaata. . . : Hunter HiVet'tew. Steam N»Tif4ti« .. ? ? -; ;;;' 'COMPANY;' ' ', .. i .' . ?.-? RETURN TICKETS. ' \ ? .';..'.,? ttTKp m this, date, ttETtfalf Jj -? TICKETS willAa i|Bued, available for 0M,W«k, to piMonKOM by !»ny\r the H.B.N.S.N. Company's ?? first-class steamers, at thlybUowing rates :— _ ? . ?.?:-. 'Saloon-' - «*J ? ? - ? ? 'j§£ ' --??,'. Steerage - -; .. i- r ??? ., . 1M. . ,.,. ,...;.; '..,' QEOBGBTUIitiY * 00. . ttawcastle, Feb. 19,1868. ... ??/?-?, , ,, : #S | ? ? Hunter Biver New Sieaa K*»ig»tibf ;. ' ' ..!ll,.f.----';V' 'COMPANY.. ?. ;!.??- ??.-,;;' '. ,': T.SVR ^ E A M S HIP '«? ..:»?.' Gboroe BiiDVEsq., Commandar, ? l i will ^dispatched from \dney on the EVENI...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

^^^^^^^^^Hfl^BPBMHRRay erening. HRPHRMRrmSAlxooilenpy the Governor^ pray- 1 fing that tho LegisUtive.AsoeBMjljrtwIn' bo ajSaolveij. ia beigg^klgned in Sydney, ,Mid iriU be prwwnt^ I ..Aortjjr.^ --X-l v-S-. ? '?--:-.' ''--'^ ??vW-i.t.'-;* It instated oh good:«ath6ri4y- that tb.e vGfoTe«i. manideaira ifciU an appeal tfcould be moi*'to tha t. inmtuunni itw 'I' «****». %»*??*» **«^j »mw . »iM»m»»,«- ~-», at: all improliable a diaaolution will Hake-plsce before then. :'???-?' ... ?'??*? A movement has been commoncod under the ?anspicea of tho Bishop of Sydney, for th» reausci tatjon of King'* School, Parramatta. Tfie ironmongery atorea of Mr. J.B. Holdaworth,.. in George-stpeet, caught fire yesterday evening. The building was ruined, and the stock dataaged extensively before the fire was subdued. TheloM ? eetimated at £10,000 to £12,000, and is;8aid to bo covered by insurances in different otEces; It is reported that Mr. Macpherson, MjL.A., 'is a candidate for the representation of a. Sc...

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