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

lain *T »°B Ta* PjUMoa's Bwpnoif . ii^fi;Mam6ip»l OoubcU warTheld on -Sfi;ill Faraday 'morning-; for the pup. iit-&}revi»tonofthea»»e«»mentabaWa- [ffhSli WoUtenholme, a* » deputiitn tEJi'Kllitt««, made an application for j Mif the. Ctoundl towordToarrying/ iffiij 1 Val flighnew. A very length/-! iftSlWas cvantuaily resolved on Qvi] tNltaed.byAlOmith, 'That the !||li|hjit purpodo— £60 to'bo.ejpen-' »l-ilbhnS,areh,«t tit near the BGgh. ll%{»0 to go toward. tfa« eipecw* j |i?lSon, witTthe unintaidinp. |l|iM- ??t»^W!BdmttfaoV^id» iiMtiethe oririlefeof f»««4»aH- j

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle, The
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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

x-';' ? RUSSIA / . Extensive gold minis have been ^W^0? TerminatioalBland, about twenty ipUet from Fort ?^^^^^^??^?ss^Bssssii^HssaiHaMsa^a^ssissssissssssBMssssslssPssssislsssssvsis^sssgVSsHslllsvsssasssssisssslssssssiassss^psjsisa ?Slay, tff' Knssian Siberia. Our informant haa seen specimens of the 'ore, and'iironounces the Whole country particnlatly ^ rich in gold;/. The Russians, however, are' very Jealous, and had driven away a party'of some 600 Chinamen who were mining there. The gold is said to bo found in. rotten qnatt!|!,''nncrali-p'.surfkce diggings.

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle, The
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ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

i.^'n ABYSSINIA. : . ; ™ ,^-»atdUpfltohe8 received from ^byssmw The lat^ -^ Javflnce of the British exneditipn report, tbatfy.*. -... 8)}nafe where it naflbeea en-. still 'roamiwi1*t7,.4'.t: December. No further camped since |he 7th cS. M be mado G.oer«l K»pi.r, who w» °™LrX^ri6 ad English captives, vpluatari|y,wteM-»4-*«» *m' self, but this is doubted. ? ;

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ARRIVAL PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH NEWS TO JAN. 10. TO JAN. NEW YORK NEWS TO JAN 11. GREAT FENIAN EXCITEMENT. HEAD QUARTERS OF THE FENIAN BROTHERHOOD IN FRANCE DISCOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

- -? ? ?' ? ' te;'fft|i' '- ? ENGLISH NEWS T», JAN. 10. ? ? NE^^OKK. NEVyS TQ JAN. II. GREAT FENIAN EXCITEMENT. ? HEA.I) QUARTERS OF THE FENIAN BROTHERHOOD- IN FRANCE DJ& COVERED. ?;.. ?.-(iK -:; tr The Panania mail steumerRakaui arrived in Sydney Wilonilay evening. We receiv'isd this (Tuesday )jmorning, 8 tLm. particulars of the' news through* Greville's Telegram'. Company: The following nro the most important- items : — , '?' GENERAL SUMMARY. . '! ,./ New Yobk, Jan. 11, 1868 ? OuivEiujftpeun news via cable is .to last even ing. Kitig Victor Emanael advises the Italian people to remain calm during a crisis in. which the kingdom is surrounded. by foes. ? - The Fenian head-qnartei-s in Paris bad been, .seized, uruL documents' 'throwing .light .upon: tho conspiracy against England discovered,', among, them apian for burning the British Channel fleet. AH the papers were forwarded to London. ' Arrests und prosecutions ^.for, Jftmiamsun. con tinued in Ireland, and a nuratiepftof ...

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

^S,. Borougl^xrfWowiBMtle. ill ; ? ^V TowifliorPa Office, II Ns^ NewoMtle, Feb.flriH.1 TT\EFAUIT!^G RATBPAYERsIl '?; JilJ, 'requested to aBs^ot this offico and u-in|| th»p»yjamit of all Arrear^CRatog, or failiMtflHI : payioont will be rigidly ?nforsMtSa the law din IS Hi .fly order of his Worship tho- JI8^(. w| john vmm*$B, ;?? ...«?.....- .,-. -; ,;, ^ ^**l|I ? ! :? To 'ObntrictoiJB. iVll m E N D E R 8 Af$ IN VI 11 ^ JL ;for..^KBl!OTIOKofaCnit-clas«RKSIli|Bj 1 in JSfewobmen-itrqet. Th«.' works may be tendi HII «* under:— \'|_ S~f ''' . !n|| 1st. Masonry, Exoayatoirf and Brickwork iw|| Snd. Carpenters' and Jteinors' work, and all fit-UII traden V J ??' iHssil wedu Or tho whole oP-*wworlc« in ono sura. Vflll . Plans and Hpccifications may bo sebn on applies W HI . Mr.G.AliLEK MANSFIELD, Arcuiteot, Pit? 1S1 Sydney; or, to Mr. E. H. GRIEBSON, Scott. ffiBI NawoaatU; to whom Tenders arc to be addroMBflBl or before WEDNESDAY, tho 11th instant. ; UHI ? ? . ToSinkora. llll TE 'N-Tl W!L S/35...

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FRANCE. Jan 10, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

'?-' %'??'' : FRANCIS. Jan. 10, 1868. The hea^Tarters of:tbe;Feuiah Bw*h«W lm this cit/hai reeentlpheen discovered m the by the police. A largo ^an^y &}*$&*£? other documents, reyoaUng tfj.e pUns of ^ Qr Soisation, ond.a list of the HefidCentres of tjo BMhflybood, -, were found on the premises, and K ]^eVf6rW(»rdedby «»e French authorities to

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ENGLAND. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

ENGLAND.; . Jflnunrv 10. ? The'Qdwriimenli 'is almost continually, in, re? ceipt of4nfor^atio.ti)rejlhtiv.e to the movements of the Fenutna,1 aiid-p^ecautionsxsontinue to betaken to guard again»6 being taken by surprise at any point ' .?i!' tVi'v ''',-' '*'''? :-- Xv in olnvVU lillnu uiiw ..iuuja* niiu ow»um.u ****** Martello Tower near'Cork nnd-'broke in.to the gunshop., in that .city, ? aD came from the United States, having been sent. 'over j by. the Brother hood in tha* country. . : ?? ,? .,-??? On the night of the 2nd instj-a large party of Fenians attacked tlie.house.ojt'. Mr. Charles Mat thew, a ^rdtjier of the Jate Father Matthew. Happily bis'iamily. were* apprised of what they might expect?1 and had quickly collected -and con cealed in the mansion ,quite a respectable force. Consequently irw hen the muniudera cume up they wore .mut with galling iiro and tliey, incontinently, fled. Several were wounded, 4jut.were carried off by their' comrades. ». The motive for. the assauft...

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METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 1868. Before His Honor Judge Dowling. TULLY V. PEVERLY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

*«««au*i DISTilIdl 00UfiT [?] -nd, and thi SdelnSsS^&^fe ^eir &t oVner of the brig calledTK ham Pever& *he waa im njrft^^ x-. au?a tixe Mountain M.d' 7' money payab^ -^ r^27, uader counts for labour. fiintUT adKtJT'- an-^ ** work »nd UnouaHag to £19 sJ^S7?'^ °^^ount; nerer indebted and judBmen?~ ^^ ?leiw we^ P«ired from the evido£ ^Ji rec°v?r*l- It ap Mouutaia Maid dv/ftedTn ^ Pl'mtiff thot't^ the master of th7££T«^ « . ye'\P'wld fchttt WT to ae6 a, agent fRHS^T1 *he plaia J -l»e plaiatUPs claim W^- Iar«f poitior tUesnms advanced bv him ' mone^ letxt- ««? ^amounted fa ^ ^ZSPT'?*1*™ us chun, being for,commtlf^'*h!._^nc. by him j and hia «» Li y a11 tho ai?ms advac «ng the vessel off \Za ^connection Vitb „..-_ -j./. *° Do lu-possible.- in »-r,L ? - «»»w ca me wreck T* — —?»'s«ig i(. aw^eaaJSgS thf h? W1* Jli the plai the Mountaia Maid fu mw J''?'1^^ ? covered the mta *e Ifo 6W, ******* and ' hadaot been aufficiif f ' b^ *^t this , defendant to amen^. £ £»' £- [...

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NEW [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

NE\V w(w,™,.. J— ? [?] Th»t this On,,.,»:i ... ? ? I WWII

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

ULO'CAL IT^EM^Si Sair'oj Taorr STAtlA-VWc.notico, by adTertis«ment, tUw-'Mfi Bonarioi wilf'scll-.by anelion. this dov-, »t one o'cloafe ,fridt «t»ll» for ih-i ground in the vioimty J)f tho spot -tt»id in for ffirinfthfsohool children their treat on to-moirlw, . By the luydoesn of the A. A. Company's General \Superintidenfj7t^o SohooU Committee hfyn. got jwwer to-,oitier all penobi not selling under their ilireotioiu off the ground. . ' neyyostottlay morning. They lire inttndod to form a guard of honor to the Prince. . Fire Brigade.— Wo wore informed last evcnine'by the Secretary of tha' Newcastle Fira'Rrigmle, Mr. Richard Buxton, that the Jfiutlnnd company intend coming down to Newcastle on-Thursday noxt. to tiike' purt in the pro ccaeiun. Our Neiyxaiitlo company purposo having a giunu torch-light procession in the ovening. when the engidea. will bo decorated in a very uniquo and handsome manner. H.M.S. CnxLLKiOKn.— This splendid vessel passed. J^aw cnsvie, on ner paidiigo irom oris...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 March 1868

BIRTH.               GULLIVER. — On the 2nd instant, at her residence, Darby- street, the wife of Mr. JOHN GULLIVER, of a daughter. The Newcastle Chronicle.                                 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1868.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

|; ' PXA«I«T BY DPKCUti APPOINTMtUT to H..RH. 1-flB PUKB OF EDINBURGH. MR. ALFRED ANDERSON, RrA.M. ? having been honc*d/«y 1I.B.H. the DUKE Of EDINBUUQH with i^lntitS&to i PUBLISH^Zfi WALTZ cpmpojied by HIS ROYaK IKGHNESS, begs to inform he iMmbitants of Ne/carfle and surroundmi dUtrict that ho ha* forwarded/o I T!:™'™ ? JIB. SOLOMON COHEN a row copies of the aume to dispose of, which can h* procured at tho office of that gontleman, Hunter-straet. Newcastle. ' ' r^i Pianoforte Tuning, &c-, - ? . . MR ? A L FAfr*- B & !ir s t will be in Nowoft««/on March the «th, for tha . purpose of-TnningPiyKftflea and Harraoniumr.' All I o»a«rs left at the Graft Jforthom Hotel wiU meat with prompt attention. * ' ' .*** ? ALFlUiD BOTST. Music and Dancing, MR. E. F/F-«I N I N G,- V' lato of !IaitUjfMFyi-repared to give leiwon? I in Music aud DancingyfcC/lje Assembly Booms, Watt. ' TM??biJ?^c?.stle- T«#»/mo-3orate. Apply to Mr. G. JOHNSON, botweon/a.m. and 4 p.m. 479 'PHE NEWC...

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AN ARAB FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

it ?*! I 1. . ,. | i I i i i i. . AN ARAB PETE . One evening I -was carried off by a stray r.ig ari.umn to see Hn Arab feU up in the old town, I arid certainly anything much more revolting than the whole peformunce I never expect to I see. . I am glad to have witnessed it, horrible as it was, for. it affords an additional proof, if ad ditional proof be wanting of the low condition, mental and moral, that has been reached by these miserable people. An old Moorish '.house, dating from the government of the Beyd,| ad . nutted us by a narrow passage into a small court, all set with tiles, and surrounded with the ..or thodox arcade of light stone pillars and horse shoe arches. From the gallery above, with. its. swaying blinds and mats of straw, came every now and then a close-veiled head, with a sus picion of deep black eyes, which head recon noitred the proceedings, and then bobbed down and^made way for another. When our party entered and took pur places (about twelve o'clock p.m.), the...

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HORRIBLE OUTRAGE AND MURDER IN SHROPSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

HORRIBLE OUTRAGE AND MURDER IK BHRoMHtHB. I From the Daiti Hunt, Del. 20. Yesterday, Christmas Day, on the very day the Alton murderer was adjudged to be hanged, a crime singularly resembling hi% in its character was brought to light in Shrop shire. .The victim in the present instance is a little girl named Catherine Lewb, nine years, and eight months old, and the man,, now in custody on the charge of wilful murder is an agricultural labourer, named John Mapp. The scene of the outrage id a field situated be tween Loucden village and Longden-common, a quiet, agricultural district, about seven or eight miles from this town. From the particulars already in the possession of the police, it appears that on Sunday morning last, the deceased left her home, which is situated on the common, for the house of a person named Davies, who lives in the village, and whose baby she occasionally nursed. She remained there till six o'clock in the even ing, when she started to go to chapel. On leav ing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

THE HOST MARVELLOUS DISCOVERY IN MEDI OIAL SCIENCE. '. SUKPEB NO LONGKR. CURE YDtJttSEIiF-vJBY THE NEW - Electro GALVANlfr Imi^idvbd Patbnt Selfad justing Curative Apblumcb, Tor the relief and cure of (very (JeacripUoi) of (tOQatnutiona) debility, whether arising from diseases of iptUcrflti*, qr any qthpr cauae. ' fall particulars' aentfrsefcn npnjlcat jon by letter, prepaid tq Qr- I40NEL Elliott, CXev^LMnl Houja (naiir Langhnai CHuirqlj) Kegent-atreet, London, W. Also, Dr. L. Elliott's SP3OIFIO and' UNFAILING Ro, ' tnedjoi for Infection, namely his T encreal or Purifying PUl$ Oleetjofe:, 'xWSedaUveJBvpdttntJUtxtarf. .'???? N.B.— Parties resident out of Great Britain may have all :thi! above, with tbe heoesaoTy adjuncts and directions far Self Treatment seut to any part of the world ; or from hit Agent for Sydney, Mr. WaWHaos, Hunter-street. 17f Tha Treasury, New South Walts. ' ? . 86th February. ISM. , . Contracts for tho Pnblio Servioa. ''..)?. FORAGE FOE THE POLICE, . '-' iv.' NO...

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AN IMPOSTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

AN. IMPOSTOR.. : No sooner had information of the late disaster at Cro.wdy arid othw parts of this coast been re ceived, than the inhabitants of Taree were visited by a person who, acting' under the- old proverb, ♦' It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good,' seems to have determined to convert 'that sym pathy which most. parsons feel under such circum stances, 'to bis own personal benefit. The per son alluded to . vps qqite sailor-like - in ap pearance, with . a i swarthy countenance, and .|wore a sailor's Sunday costume— ?& blue coat, and cloth . cap. of the same colour. Introducing himself-! at the parsonage ' at Taree, he said he was the captain of the Raven, one, of .the three ill-fatetl ships just wreoked on the coast; that he left Sfdney for Newcastle, Wiojrbn bo«*«HtqmatiTy-orrafnmire, and whf a he arrived near Newcastle on Saturday, the 15 th instant, he saw the 'Fire King going into that harbour, towing slowly after her a large ship ; that in conBequonce he was d...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

? t A T E S T .*;£** tt'fi E H Q E .i THEOUOH OREVILLE'8 TEtEQRAM COMPlNT. _ ! H.U'V. '-iff.'-'. )/ ;??'!'(??' '? ; '--'?.:-,'/.?» -/^ : ?'. , .- * 1 -. ??? 'SYDNEY, Thursday AfUr&oan. \ ?:-The.adTiceB received by the Rakai, have had the eflfootof im^rovinf? the niarket »r breadstUffs:*^ Tho City of Adelaide, from Molbonrne to-day, brought 136'ateerage passengers, most of _ whom in tend to proceed to the Maryborough diggings. Mr. Tait has also-arrived'with the -racehorses Glencoe, Barb, Jack, and Nejapr*, ? ., . , ;?? . :, -^.f ? ,Thero- were no escorts this week. . The deliveries dfjbid it' the mint laS^ week amounted to 3046 oz: , fSrekaria., Biitt and Co. quote prime .beef , easier, atlba. per 100 lb. Prime wethers,, scarce »tOs. ; inferior, plentiful. There was only nnp insolvenoy,- and; that jiy as splan in'thfe amount of, li«bUitje8 to-day., ;, ' 'j» ,| Messrs. Pe'therbridge arid Co. quote maize at 2s. pd. to 2a. 9d ; lucerne- hay, atv£4,V- £5; oaten, at £4 to JE5 10s....

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Monday, March, 2, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Desertion of Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

fOUOE IHTCLLIIEKOE NEWCASTLE FOLI0B COURT, Momdat, Masob, 2, 1888. ' ?- ...... . Before H. Bcott, Esq., P.M., and 1. Pimeli, E»q., J.P. - Desertion of Children. Hark Solomon wns brought np in custody, charged with Jawrting his nx.cbildren, and tearing them' -without law iul means of support. t The prisoner, at the earnest appeal of of his .wife, was dis . charted on his promising to support his children. .... . . .' - -.-.. Drum/senna*. : ? ' ' ' John Twotrigy was found guilty of being drank in New ?omen-street, and was fived 5s^ or twenty-four hours im ,'prisonment. '? ?''? - ''?' ?'?: — '— — : — ' '.'* . .'???? ? ' ?' ? ': '*'? ' '?? ? Wdges Case. — Hugb.os,brlclrinaker, for non-paymentof the sum of 12s. 3d, for wages due to John Wilson, appeared on summons. The case was dismissed, it not coming under the Master's and ? Servant's Act . ? ' Assault. . Mary Hartley, for assaulting one Catherine Greaves, at 'Newcastle, on the 27th ult, was fined Is., costs 6s. 4d,, and professional c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 7 March 1868

SALES BY AUCTION. ' II — — — \ il ?- For Positivelale. - /fll ... : ? V, ... ? ?'?|1':'-'1H That baantifulVillaKesiaence at pr\enfc ocenploa It *fl . Gakd.nek, Esq:. situated at thV'corncr of «?-? W oomon andTyreJl streets, commajljinff an uninU^H \ rupted view of the Ocean1, the Httor KiVor, axil \ surrounding district. The aituaUAiis conaldenH \. on* of the most deliehtful and hoal* in the whoBB % district. ' . X ' '''^?ssi ' V. ? Terms, Modeia'te,' \ '-'',';'??? IvVr. W. K~~LOCHH\Ail JjTj\ k*» been fayoured with instructions, toWlblH t \ . private oontrtut: ? -\, II TheaboXweD-lmomiandjilual/o KMJPEETY, \io|| is MBated at the iupeUcaxfif Newoomqn ?tJI OywUVtreeta, harirfb'sj/pr&ntage to the. fordH atrert O»C6 foot, ajg^yTyrell-stroet. , ? ; ; ;TH The imprdumenif consist of a good, substantial]! brick House, dk five rooms and hall. The veraiulalH extends along \j south and oaBt sides'.' At the]baJH then u a detoohW kitchen and pantry ; alSo, deUch»|H atablea and other Vt-b...

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