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TUESDAY, Feb. 11, 1868. Before H. Scott, Eaq., P.M. att, K.q., P.M. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

'' ' Tuebdat. Feb. 11. 1803. ?'?'?' Befure H, Soott, Ksq., P.M. -;\ 1 . j Vn/JMmii ttxntMnlr*. ? Mary Ann attlon.wa's oharged .with indecently exposing her (Mnioa1 in u public place ia the city. ' 'Constable 'Wood proved tli* charge, stating that the, prisoner wat in com pany with some men on the wharf, nnd conducting, herself in a most disgusting and indecent manner. - The pruoaec was sentenced to one month in Mmltlaud gaol.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY, Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

LATEST; I rijj. L I'?B E N C E V FBOjii, orftTILLE'S TELEOBAM COMPANY. ? ? ??????? SYDNEY, Monddyi C »,-t». s a iffhe'ljogiBlutive Assembly met this, afternoi'ii. llr. Engar propoBfid, 'That the House should go into committeu of supply,' and stated that tiiyb was no uucessity for the imposition of any frriah taxation- during- the present session, the revenue being: equal to tho expenditure. — Mr. Samuel denied that the rojenuo was sutMcient,- unless the jfil50,000 derived from' taxation to meet the deficiency loans of 1864 wujLafrfbroprinted. - He-moved as an uinend ment, ' TaaXmk House adjourn.' Debate proceed . Mr. 'Isaacs', tho Solicitor-Genoral, returned from Tasmania on Friday, and appeared in, lus. place to day,- apparently improved in. health. ' Tho committoe for the Sailprs'^Hpine Picnic havo 'madid arrangements foV the presence thereat of some I'OO; to 200' Aboriginals. : :? ,'ltjs reported tliat'Mr.'Dij^nam, M.L.A., is very ill.* '?{ '' \ ' ' '' ? .' ' ?' ?'; ,' ;. *.. ? T...

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Charge of Stealing a purse. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

Charac of Stealing a purn. . , 'BitwaTd Cliff otd, miuer, was onurged with stealing a purse containing 'the sum of. £3 8»., tho profiorty of ono EUeri Chandler, on the 7th instant. '?? ? ?, Constable Smith deposed to the apprelioiuuon of tho pri soner at twelve o'clock on tho previous Saturday night.. On the way to tho lockup tho prisoner walked vory lame, whioh induced witViess to take his boot off. On taking off his boot 'witoosa: found rollod up iu an old sock three half , sovereigns,. .four- half crowns, one shil ling with throe P'» on it, . sixpence'with a hole in it, and one shilling burnt black, aud six other shilling*. The sock; ^t^^j^uffeU up tho toe of the bootf. When «re /ound tbo , i^^Hbhe prisoner said to Mrs. Chnndldr who acoompanied' ij^^Kid not tuko the moaoy to keep it, I inteudod to put it^MsaVB^i^*'1 . ' ? ' ' i ' ' ' ? KUcn Chandler, the protecutrix, deposed to the oiroum atanoes uifUor wmou auo lost ino money. outi:aiua tuepn-1 aoner had lived next door' to liur...

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Charge of Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

' . ???' '.' '? Charne of Stealing. , ?? : ;. Joseph Smith, in custody, won charged with stealing certain nrticlm of wearing apparel, tne, property uf Ellen Stein, of Minnii, on the 31st.Juuuury lust. ' ' : .:. Constable Lee, of Hexham, Raid he apprehended the prisoner . abrut nloven o'clock on Saturday ;:lasti by virtue' of the warrant produced. ! He - wus oharged in the warrant with stealing one chemise and one sheet. On being apprehended, he said he bought the saucepan and bedtiok from' a person named Mrs. Andrews, but the sheet and chemise 'he knew nothing of. On Saturday evening lie went to the prisoner's hut, at Minnii, with Mrs. Stein., \\'e there found the lieiltick produced^n a stretolier. Mrs.. Stein nt once identified it as her pro|«jrty, , The sauce|un produceil was nt Mrs.' Taylov'a, who said that tha priiouer hud lent it to her. Mrs. Stein ubo identified' this M her property. .- The other articles wero not found. ?t, Ellen Stein (tlio pronectitrix) stated the oiroumsta...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

?j?U-...^a_ l-gl». ??,£?»_ N^_^ _.HK_ f - r&HJPWNJGi ~INTEU4-lEfcLGE, .;.??- ,. . ' — -+^.- --. - ?? ? s.V fi':' .'/I'-; ^?ORT OF NEWCASTLE.. ::~:.--. - . -?— . ... ARRIVALS.....^. ? „ ? '. Mxncn C. ''.' ? '?'' ?'? ? Eorcnza SaUne,' bq.1. 157,1 Gray, fro'n Sydney. -?_«.;*? ? ' ' Lbm of Oawler,*bris, 224,Dixon, from Sydney, B. H. Griorson, agent' ? :???--???'&» j- i7iii'Jii-/i Kecord, bq.,-4:K', C,uramings, fromDuncdin, 17tM nit C. ?.. F. Stokes and Co., agents. , . . .. ? ' ? - March 8. ? ' ? ? . . Bengal, bq., 313, Grierson, from Sydney. G. Hewwon, r-- ?S$e, bHg,1258,'Savier, from Sydney. G. Howjsbn.agent.. ?'. ' ^k,Bolu,l*),lJichol«on,frointhoBuUerKlver,N.Z.. «; » ??? 27th .ult. Passengers— 36 in the.steerage. A')s&*l,'V*'r V' -i Our Hope, brig, 237, Beedel, from Sydney. -?.. Kobert !:r'r^^!inIto^cn;,lU, Bell, from Hokitika, 27th ult A. -^-.'Hogg,/.gent- ^ Mawjh 9 '?'?'' «?'??'? v' '''''' Jtoynltoelrtfigfc.brfB.'. 222, HiU, from Wellington, 24th SH^^K^^rfrT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGA^^N COMPANY. . . STE/iMTOSl'DN E Y. Tbe MORPETH, CiTptiiin^uDn, TUESDAY and FRIDAY Mdrningfl. '- The CITY OF NEWCA^!«SE/Ciiptahi Summikhell, WKDNKSDAY und SATURDAY Mornings. GEORGE TULLY & CO.. Agent*. £ ? ; -' Hunter River New Steam Navigation COMPANY. RETOTuF TICKETS. FROM TffTSvDATE, RETURN TICKETS willie issY-d, available for one we»k, to passengers by anyVtUfo H.R.N.S.N. Company's ' first-class steamers, at HOTollowing rates :— Saloon- - - ? 25a. ?' Steerage - - - ? 16». 'V GEORGE 'I'ULLT & CO. Newcastle, Fob. ID, 16C3. ? «5 Hunter Eivor New Steam Navigation -^ company. KoSfCE TO PASSENGERS. SAILO rV HOME PICNIC, underUio patronago of H.R.H. the DUMB OF EDINBTJRQH. T-ETURN TICKETS. AVAILABLE J\) for one wo»k, from dateW isbuo. ? Tho Renowned cHtfpor S. tf. M o it r\n T if, Gkouce Budd, Esq., Comnusnder, will bo despatched THIS DAY. for Syd\»y, aftor the arrival of tho lO.a.m. Train. V Parties proceeding by this Steamer will bo\» time...

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GRAFTON. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

*-**- o r:a v t oIn-.:, i ?£'? ' ARBIVAIk '? : March 4,-^Agnes Irving (s.), from Sydney. ','''' ME LB O U R NB . ,?!.{' if ,' .... ,,',.. ??'.,'? , ABWVA^S. i '. Mairotf4.-^Queenbf tlie'North.frbrfLiverpool ; nndMur- . r»y(s.), frdb^ort Albert.' -? \f \ \ , March C— Ifcomorang, . from Sydney ; ; Alma, 'Adeline .Qurluv Alcaapa, 'Springbok, arid .Nightingale, f rota' New castle ; OnafVT(sJ, from Hokitika ; -nd Mary Anr)r fronv Cornertnltt^f'^ .' ' '??'?- -.'',?.' ». / - ,\ .?'.'' * ' DEPAnTUBES.''-' ! './\~ March 4.— Alice Roatron, for Tasmania ; Southern Cross, fbriliondbuj: and Pilot, for Port M'Dpimell. . ? . March «- R.M.S. Bombay, froni Galle. i 1 Marth 7-^Adtt; Albert, *and WarMwk, for Newcastle. ?r;:-' %J., ? »--.— - -1 1 ' Accident to thbDandenono (s.)— The s.s. Dandenong, 'which arrived here from London not long ago, to run be tween Melbourne' Sydney, and Newcastle, N.S.AV., had a narrow escapVbn Saturday lust from having her brief oireor ended. altogether, and her name erase...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEB. 9, 1868. Before H. Scott, Eaq., P.M.; and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. Being of Unsound Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

fOiicl:i)ilTi:ui;-iE^c€:i'^ \ :' '. NE\V;cASnitt pptiCE coubt.. r.i. '. : ; ifoxDAV,' Fsa. .!), 18G3. . . : '. Before H. Scott, : Eaii'., P.M. ; and J. Hitnneu, Esq., J.P* : JBeina of Unsound iliiuL ' Robert Brock was brought buforo the court on a ohurge of being uf uuson'nd mind. ? ? ' O f 'oiiBtiihle Smith said,- between ten and eleven o'clock on 8unday morning, from information he received, lie pro-' ceeded to the beapli, near the pottery, whon'he saw the man in the dock ( Brock) going towards the beach. Witness got into conversation with him, and after a while found that he wu of unsound mind. Ho then requested the, m»n to come to' Newcastle. He said yes, he did not suppose witnei' could do any more harm than hnd been done. to him. His neck hnd been broken, nnd his spirit hud left bite), but had returned to him ngain. He said he prophesied the famine of 184U, in Ireland, und his prophecy had come true:. He continued talking in a wild strain until they reached the lockup, where w...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Th« District Addhess.— The United District Address presented to the Duke of Edinburgh on Iris lauding in Newcastle, on Thursday morning la«t, wu» written on a plain sheet of parchment, and' by no menus catnu up to the expectations wo had. pre- viously furriied respecting it. . A description of .the ?ddntw' appuared. in lost Wednesday's Chronicle, copied from our Mattluiid contei|ipdrary, the Muit land Mercury, but a sense of justice compels us to say that that account was a greai deal too glowing', 'Mfd.gare tlli»' -°gdntlam«'n.. vfho euibaHishod tho ad dress credit ha really Sid iidt deserve;- As a mat ter of fact, the address was very plainly dono, »nd scarcely worthy of the occasion. ? The Trains. — In the groat hurry witli which our .report of the Prince's visit to tho Hunter was written, we inadvertently ouiil'ted to notice the very excellent way in which the trains on, the Great Northern Railway were managed.. . . Notwithstaud iiiK the grout, number of extra, trai...

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POLICE COURT JUSTICE. Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

-r* POLICE COUET JUSTICE.' Ptr favour of the Newcastle Chronicle, , , -?? Sir-^-In ye»terd«yV pnjteyl-sawj^ brief r.eport of a' case whireu^C was oharged withu^ralting u woman at the ' hotfj^e, and as'-your ropojjLgNBoiaine Svas unusually brief; Jf^fave your indnlgeBf^^rnile I lay before the public the Weal | actjs of thgjk^rNo ono was moro attehished than I was nt the serifros charge, that woman brought iigainst mo. She went into court ^nT swore that I pave her blows nmf kicked her with my feet, milking her black und blue, -^tftiis was wholly' untrue, and those who know my chNtftfter will not bejiuvo thai I could be guilty of such sj0t!cl. But tho charge i^uck a di«graceful uhd serious one that I cannot allow ino pass with u simple, denial. .The conduct of this woman has been moj^jjiagraceful. Initeiul of me beating her- sh- has, a3saulfeu mu in a moit 'brutal way, and'hai often called mo'a blackgunrd, a rogue,ia rpbber, -ind other foul ,-inkrnea. She had t-een thus abusing pio on ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. POLICE PROTECTION. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

. ??L'Etjrf R S TO THE EDI TOR . . ', , ? POLICE PROTECTION. ..-.. ^ ' To tfte JSditoi' of the Neacditle Chronicle. . Sib — Will you plcaao to iusert..this short paragraph in tho next iaauo of your wido-sprbnd journal. On Friday liiat, about six o'clock in the evening, lifter the Duke of Kdinburuh. had 'left Newcastle, I was aurpilHeil'to #eo'mi . officer of police, who whs under the hiaueiice of ilrink, attack a- sober mnn for the lukeof getting moro drink, und a regular tight followed between the officer imd' the oilier num. I do not know wlmt the. consequences would havo been if twermore constables had not coino up and taken away the officer. I wits informed ^tlmt tho officer' docs not belong to our city police, which I was glnd to hear for our own oharaoter. - ' i » . ? . - . . a : , : . -. . s- .AN EYE-WITNESS; P.S.— It was at the corner 'of Scott Wnd Newcoraeti street^ and there vns about a hundred people present at the JipR ? Newcastle, lttniKih 9, 1888.. ' ' ,,-.-, ,tJfT ???...

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MISS AITKEN AT THE CITY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

MISS Alt&m AT fMECJifY flALL. ' ? On Monday evening lust, Mi&a M. E. Aitkonj the celobratdd Scottish ruador and nctreasi assisted .by. Alri Hiiirifard anil Mr. Wilson); niudts her lii-at np puarnnco before a Newcadtla audiuncu, iu tho character of un ulodutioniat, In the pruioipal room of tho City, Hull, Ne'wcoiuun-struot. Oonsiduring the 8hortnes3 of the notice giveu by Miss Aitken, the hall was tolerably well tilled, and the audience (which was a highly select and respootable one) repeatedly testified their approval of thu ei)tertaiu melt provided for them, by enthusiastic applause. Tlie programme was a very good ono, and comprised the following pieces : — ' Tlie. Garden . tjcoun, from Romeo and Juliet ;' ' The Lecture of Mrs; Oaudlo on Mr. 'JnuJlo 'becoming a Freemasan.j' ' *' ' An Bvoning'a Dream bf the Battle of InkerraiU'V'parta 1, 2, 3, and 4, of ' The May Queen,' by Tenriywm ; ' Itfiiitciiu Wuiitrii'a Rraf. nnri Inqf. viflifc fcn tllu Illav.' by Dr.Moir; aud'...

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NEWCASTLE BOROUGH [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

H£WO£JBTLfi BOROtfGM CDlM TI-g t'otiuell niBt, pursuant to adjourn ?Moudtty--afternoon. last, ut four o'clock were present — Aldermen Bolton, Clu-Uti ship, Chapman, Sparke, and Rodger* Minutes. — The minutes. of the previo ing were read, confirmed, and signed. CORRESPONDENCE. J The Town Clerk read the following poudence : — . IiKTTliR '.'?' FBOH Mr. CoX. — A COraiDB fitj'ni Mr. .Cox, builder, asking permissio |-osit building, pi'aterial iu front of a 1 Huuter-.street. The Mayor remarked ;A*ctgave tlie Council power to appoint i son .specii^ly to look after this mutter, referred tp the 28th section of the At TtnlKm iiinvai^r*1 rl1liaf. t.lm ,ii-tiil,nui^. Dox 'and all other similar ones kIumiIb Bntircly to the control and discretioi Mayor.'1— Aid. Christie seconded th which was put and carried. '? Letter fhom Mr. James M'Cosxe was a letter informing the Council writer intended to liuild on the ullntni corner nf King nnd Bolton streets, ai permiBsion to make a temporary culv the gutte...

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THE LATE VISIT OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

THE LA.TE VISIT OF THE DUKE- OF- ??'-?'?' ???.'' EDINBUKGH.' The excitement natural on .the arrival amongst us of so distinguished a personage as the son of our mosy illustrious sovereign Queen Victoria having by,. this time somewliatsubsided, it may not, perhapf, Ite out of place to take a retrospect of the. manner in which we, as citizens and loyal subjects?,; acted our part' on the eventful occasion. . There ..wero pot, indeed, a few amongst us whose predictions, .as jto our capability ltol do justice to the event .-ire re .of the, most ominous character, and, ?indfeWj^udgiug from past experience, and from tlie '''Want of unanimity, 'or, perliaps, from the jealousies that liaye hitherto cha racterized sonie of our most' prominent' 'citi- zens, the gloomy- forebodings- were, to some extent,., excusable. However this -may be, 'there now. pervades- the public mind but one opinion, .on! the subject, viz., that the whole of thaiim'angemerits, and the conduct of them, were excellent — ...

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SAVINGS BANKS—THEIR OBJECT AND ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

dAVINGrS-«S!NKS— TBEIB OBJECT A»D ??i^r?' ??. : ? .;; origin.-) I ' ,?.;.?? ' ? ,.'.V That Savings Banks/whether liliey'be for the saving of' .pounds or pence, 'arVbfene'ficiarto-'tlip, couutry within whose confiries-they exist np'raan of siunse. can gainsay. ' A; penny niiVed is a' p^nny gained,' is a trite , old provei-S, whioh apj-lies aa forcibly to a' people as ,\i does to' an individual, for though the latter ia the power affected, a as each atone, ?well fitfed^ and of ?good, quality, goes, to form .'the perfect. arch^sa is the structure of. a cpmYnunity, us a whole, influenced.by the men of whon/that community is cinibposed. The tone of OirfTnasses is the tone of '. tlie nation. If the woJrkin^claBses are idle, -drunken or improvident, theitHropseness' of ct)ara6te'r-l involves with 'it the ciiavacter oi. ciieir counciy^ it, on cue ocuol- nana, what are often so vaguely called, ' the lower clusses,' are thrifty, sobPr, and industrious, the name and fame of the land that owns ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

THE HKWOASTLE ' I . :? r ].'.. ,:.l s: 1.1 jpifgLisHRD irVJ I ?' : ;I'''::i^r*miii'6»'8«Bspwp I -BooktAi*,..;.^.....'..;..' ? ^ 1 ? ??''? ; ?? '?-'. SUfctt Copioe^-8* I x^xairifASTtif'caRdsi I oimbtioa of nearly TWO THO I : ;_ a,-.::. . Preliminary NoIJI . . .:'-???-'? ' ?'? - ?II Superior HonnehoW Furniture, brill ' , -Pianoforte/** Bff«ct», the |||1 . ? . ' OflltQAMfwho M loann- Ne«|j(l -ik jt -a «.wN v j.'irmm 1VA,; I has BteSiavoured ,withi| lyUMMhi iiiinliniij i^tasjjajghirlH ?*fb* whole of Captain CHaoan'IJI ; ? Pnrnituro and BffecW. '?? ,'WM % Odntrtfitorg, Bailderll . \ 6,000 foot ISOKBABnl ??-?? 'V-'-! ?«-??*.« x' 24' «i| -? ? --'V' 1* 10 k 19 x 21 1| . --....? -? ;: \LtUx,l*.x97; II ??'. vi v: :. ?: ;V-)Wf«e'tShirigf| .- .-.'-!;.-, .:i ?? W4 SUepers; || . '.'«? ;Vi'V^:'-'.:.'At.meTeVo'cio(|| ..-..;, „,(, ^.iONTHEWAtoTii -?'. iJ,li,la4i.,iJ....',.:f ...,rr^-\H #^%^k. mi ?? 4VL' 'siib«KnfaTouredwith|i ;? joiU* a^Jtrfc, W4bot*: ? ' . ; 1 1 Ii»-lv«atXAM« o£E. Do*] . ? a .; ??:...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. HONEYSUCKLE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

MUNICIPAL ELECTION. ; IIONF.VSUCKLE WAUD. Saturday. last was the day appointed fin1 read ing the nominations of candidates for the vacancy in Honeysuckle Waid, caused by the retirement from the Council of Alderman Brookes. The nomination took place in the large room of i[\e Co-operative Store, Blanb-street, but owtng, doubtless, to the recent holidays, very litijfe iu torest was taken in the ef&nt} only some five per sons being 'present. Precisely at noonrhis Wor ship the Majrdrj who acted as Returning-oflicer on the -occasion, rose and initiated the -proceed- 'ii''gs'l)y'readirig'.th''e'advertisement convening the meeting. His Worship then proceeded to read the clauses in the Act relating to the conduct of elections. 'Jtie also explained tnac cms was an extraordinary .vacancy, mid read the clau.se of the Act bearing Son elections under such circum stances.' Xhis jbeing done, he read the nomi nations of 'cnnditlates which had been sent in to the Town Clerk's office. They wer...

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DISTRICT WALLSEN [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

pisf r iot 1 ; yROMOUR CotifeESiPON . \ '^vm^LSEKW The ujhabitonti ,..df this localHI quiet ; they t»v$ 4'»biUTied tho Hi little crbtcheiinoM, conceming theji 1 finally .aettlud down from thoir jl by tilt* Prince's urrival in ibis disKI | VarioU* rumours nre sifloat-nf t o^uratii'e C-niI Gompauy workidfj] last few, weeks, whilo tho othffij mines aro almost kept regularly of] says Mr. Moore U the cause uf Iftf i Mr. White'* plun of. the ridw liiJ|; entirely ailnuit. ouppoBejJir. VHK was uiadd apinu years «fr, Hhdll ; did not Mr, Mooro tuetl|k-ht.'tl|i portion ol Ihe Une o^iSmMl that tt *onM b»v^ mBSEs3 mpnaMawit for thd 'idSCS the riidnot }a ereotedTXjRll e*ch end of it nearly compleiWj ieeu. l:«hould like toiwVe«oi fully.' ' -?-/ f.-; ? '? ?.:.??'-- Accidint. —^ An accident h' named Jones, who. fell f r,oin hUi got bit rib* broken,. . . r The weather ia remarkably pie - Trade still continues to hold 1 and'at the Lambtou colliery. ? .

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THE COAL ARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

k !*Hti eFAti'AROH: ' T'' M\ SftVEftAfc gentlemen vof inflUUnoe arid }1tttltioilrt5 the city have called at our dnlcB dnd..i£d.ueyt£d that we would bring prominently iindef the notice of our subscribers and the public generally, the desirability of the ..coal arch, at the foot of Biilton-^treet, erected, in honor of the, Duke of £dinburgh, being allowed to remain stundiug* instead of pulling it .down immediately, as we understand it \a contemplated doing. The sugges tion lias our most hearty concurrence ; ar^d sup port, anu wewisi inac prompt sieps win ue uikimi to prevent the, demolition of a structure at once such an ornament to the city; and s-o strikingly emblematical of the viwt resources of tho district ' We are informed on excellent authority, tliatihe arch, if it is allowed to stand where it is, will not l»e tlie least in the way of anybody or ; anything,' the vacant, space of ground on which U was built not 'being Tequired either by. the Govern ment or the coal com|tanies, ...

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GENERAL NEWS. THE LATE ROYAL VISIT TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

GENERAL NEWS, t THE LA.TE ROYAL VISIT TO QUEENS T.im ' ? : ?? . ? The Brisbane Courier of the 2nd instant thus comments on the Duke of Edinburgh's visit to Queensland : — Prince Alfred ; has j-aid his visit' to Queensland, returned to the south, and, we suppose, therefare very few among us, from th'e Premier downwards, who would not, if ha gave expression to the genuine sentiments of bis heart, say he was glad it was all over and done with. Such a thorough interruption of the ordinary routine of life in this Httle community of ours, as occurred from Monday morning until Saturday afternoon last — such a restless feverish excitement as seemed to nervade all classes during the whole time, may 'at the first be pleasing on account of ita novelty, but it soon exhausts itself and becomes positiyely . wearisome. A number of people pretend tobp^sowy and disappointed because his Ro^al vBuglirtes8 did not mrke a longer btay among us;. :tliere is no need for any such feelings. We aee too young ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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