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THE VISIT OF PRINCE ALFRED TO THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

IBE VISIT OF PBINCE ALFBEDqTO] ST THT5 HUNTER. ! ' j| In consequence of our compositors only wink ijkg for an hour pr two on Thuruday last; we w«-re Jpablo, in our iasue of Saturday, to complete the R'pcount of the Royal visit to the, neighbouring Jjfwns of Maitland and 8ingleton. Oar narrative [lopped, it will be, remembered, at Morpeth, at j|jhich point we now take it up. FJjlBIT OF THE DXJKE TO SINGLETON AND. MAITLAND. jil On Friday morning, at 8.15, his Royal Highness fVJft the Great Northern Hotel, and proceeded by jlxpreaa train direct to Singleton, where he arrived tjflt 9'20: Mr. Dangar's carriage wa» awaiting his jjirrival, and a processsion was at once formed, tonaiating of the various Friendly Societies, his loyal Highness and suite, the cHrgy, tne mayor, lldermen, members of the reception committee, i few vehicles, and about four hundred horse - nen. . The procession -went down John-street ? jlmo Qeorgo-street, as far as the Mechanic's Institute, where a number of childr...

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

HollowXt's Ointment and Pills.— Neuralgia and Bhsumntism. — No diseases are moro frequent, jminful, or difficult to cure than theso ; from their attucka no tis »ue in the human body in exempt, no age, sex, or calling aecuro. They compel tho gentleman to forego his amusements, the raerobant Ilia business, nnd force the woman to neglect her looialjdutieB. It_in a bloasing winch scarcely daru be told for fear of being taxed with partiality or exaggeration, that all thiue Bufferings may bo oompletelyland expeditiounly ?ubdued by Hollowav'a ointment and pills, which for tho hut quarter of a uoutury have been found invariably to cure these maladies. .,; ''* FR E N 0 'H* AtffeD IOINES, .' PREPA.KKD BT .' G R I M A U L T A N D 0 O , Cfttinitls to If. I.H. Prince Napoleon, Paris. These different medicines represent the most recent medical diicovories, founded on the principles of che mistry and therapeutics. Tlioy must not be confounded with sacret or quack medicines, as their names suffici ...

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

MARRIAGES.       HAY — McKINLAY. — On the 5th inst., at Stockton, New- castle, by the Rev. William Bain, ALEXANDER HAY Shipwright, Stockton, to ANN SMITH THOMPSON daughter of the late ARCHIBALD McKINLAY, of Dum- barton, Scotland.               ASHER — ROTHWELL. — On the 4th inst., at West Maitland, by the Rev. C. Olden, assisted by the Rev. J. N. Man- ning, Mr. FRANK ASHER, of Waratah, to ALICE MARIA, eldest daughter of the late Mr. W. J. ROTHWELL, of Melbourne.                       The Newcastle Chronicle.         WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1868.    

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WRECK OF THE BRIG FORTUNE.—TEN LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 11 March 1868

WRECK OF THE BRIG FORTUNE. — TEN LIVES LOST. In addition to the loss on the New Zealand coast of The Echunga, the steamer William Miskin, the Star of Tas- mania, the Water Nymph, and Otago sch. (particulars of which were published in the Chronicle of a recent date), we have received the following narrative of the loss of the brig Fortune, and ten lives, from the only survivor. Statement of George Orchard, sole survivor of the crew   of the brig Fortune, which was wrecked about ten miles to the southward of Hokianga, N.Z., on the 3rd February, 1868 :— I signed article's as A.B., at Sydney, on the 28th December, 1867, and joined the brig Fortune the day following, at Newcastle, where we loaded a cargo of coals, and sailed for Nelson on the 12th January. We had rough weather during the passage, and arrived all right at Nelson on the 18th January, where we discharged cargo and took on board forty-five tons of stone ballast, and on the 27th January we were towed to sea, and ...

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MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

- -.??'-.- ', ''^f'l-N AT I. J.-.n-i...- -.?.-?.. ThbLatbDisibessiko Accident TO.Ms..Yoinii.'a Cuilo. — Wo h*ve receiTed tho following particirinra respecting the sad. accident to; Mr. Youll'» little boy' recorded in our last issue. , Our correspondent says : — 'As there 'are many conflicting reports' afloat r\jspeeting_ the lat»' unfortunate' aeoideh't to. Mr. XouII'b child, which nre causing unneceBsary iinh\p pinesa tothia friends wlio, cannot ascertain the facts, of the case, allow me to give you the correct version of tho affair as gleaned from Mr. Toull- himself. if I HIT* T'orvnl'f ltl VVoi)Mnof]ut«lu /.'/(??jui'To/n Minn UMiUn nearly correct. ? The. poor little fellow hns lost his' right hand, the two forofirigors of the left hun'd, and the end of the hoxt'tijiger. Hois only seven y'eins of ii«e on tho 20th of this month. 'He fell in between '; the truck's, Btriking on tho coupling chains, and then' dropped with h\& handB on.thornila. ' After !the wheel had gone over...

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DISTRICT NEWS. LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

01 STRICT NEWS. ? ? PttOM OUB COKl'.EHVONDESTS. ? i . . LA MBTON. '??'? ! Opknino op thb xfKnrAVKi.HiiBAPTi.sT OiiAPKr,, — The opening of the new Welsh Baptist Chapel at this place, was celebrated on Sunday, tho.8th uad Slthiuut. - On the former (Into (Suuduy)speciuIsermonHKeropreuohed in the morninfr, afternoon, and evening ; those in the niomiiig by tho Jiev. E.- Lewis in Welsh, and Mr. R. Ingram in English ; in the afternoon by tho|Kov.E. C. l'ritolmrd. in' English, and in ,the evening, by the Kev. J. Hopkins in Welsh, ami the Kev. Mr. Kiiirn in JinglUh. At each of tho sorvices the chapel iraa crowded to excess. On tbe following Monday the open ii c of the building was further celebrated by a toamoetluz. anil iu thu evening by av public meeting. The' tea was thu best ever provided in Lambton, und reflected great credit to tbe lndy members of tho ohapcl, who, I am informed,' provided the tea gratuitously. Ample justice having been done to the good things provided the pro ceedings ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PRECIOUS STONES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PILOT. Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, PRECIOUS- STONES. ? ? ' TO TUJj KDJTOn O¥ TUB PILOT. . Per j'arow of tlte Ncwcattlt Ohronidt. . Sir— As you have put the question .about my cullogtipn of precious stones, ^ invito you to look at them and judgo for yourself, and I am sum you will be obliged to call them as' vrhitu and bright and clear as the brightest daylight itself. And in re»peot.to tho kuowledgo that I have regarding tlie! same, I will show you an urticle that I have commenced toj write on the subject of mineralogy in thia direction, calou-! latod to give fnuh' information arid throw more light on the nature of diamonds and precioua stonos', — Yours, &c, ' ???;??? o;--DEGNEK, M.D.

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Using Obscene Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

Uitinff Obnttnc , Lannuaac ' Kobert Devon appeared, on siimmnim, for using obscene' language in the streets of Wnllscnil, on tho 10th iimt., iuid was fined 10a. and 2s. -Sd.'bosti,'6r forty-eight hours im pri-oumeut. — — ? —

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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE ALFRED. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

THE ATTKMPTKli ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE ALFRED. i)''(.-i '?' ' THE LATEST .PABTICOLAM. ? j{ V Tho Duke has passed a tranquil night, burt the bullet has not yet been extraoted. There is every reason to .hope that no serious consequences will ensue as tho result of the wound. The would-be assassin hns been recognised. His name is O'Farrell ; ho formerly resided at Bathurst, but has lately been living at Tierney'a, Currency Losa, and also at Clarendon Hotel. A second revolver was found no him, 'fully. loaded. Percussion caps, deonating cartridges) and some religious books, with his name in them, were found in the prisoner's bed-room. It turns out that O'Farrell de liberately aimed tho second, shot at Sir William Manning, who foil flat on the grouniund escaped. It is believed that be mistook Sir William Mauhi&ff&r his Excellency tho rlntf.ra/tT Tftiiri TRnlmnrn TTlh' rtlfflun f rlnfl to fire a. third time when his revolver missed. ..Oovormnont House, imd Darlinghurst Gaol...

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Using Threats. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

U*i»u Threat: Robert Lnwrence, denier, was summoned, by Williflm Chupple for using threats towards him. Settled out of court.1

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Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

Attault. Frederick Green, was summoned by Thomas Jackson for.. anussiuiU. . Settled out- of court. ?-? . .? , - '1-v .'V-»V-tt^~

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THE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

THE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE PRINCE. SiNCK.it has been our lot aa public journalists to chronicle the virtwes and follies — and, alaB.jthe viee'gj too-^f our fellow-men, we have never sat do-rn, pen in hand, with such mixed feelings as at present. The dreadful news detailed in another, column of the murderous assault made upon our royaf ^ati3VP«'&c!e'Aff1r«id,~6ii' Thursday'last,'ia enough to make the. blood' of everyone of us run cold with horror; for what can possibly be more hideously revolting than the crime which has thus been perpetrated 1 What can further shock our minds than the thought that he whom, a few weeks 'back, we bailed to our shores with the most; unbounded fervour of welcome, — whom we reverenced for his father and mother's sake, and liked for his own— -whom we recognised as an am bassador from theThrone, to which pur traditions, our nationality, hay, our very blood binds us, that, this our honoured guest, in the full bloom of lifeand youth and strength,...

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Wanes Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

Wane* Case. M. Mitchell v. Henry Tucker, for £18 4s. Settled out of court. ? — '

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

ATTEMPTED A S S A S S 1 NATION . ??i ay? /-?-?«'.? - .- ? .0F' ' j- ;\t- ; ?.?.-.:/ PRINCE ALEEED. On Thursday evening last, shortly before sir1 o'clock, and just as we were preparing , to close our office, we received a telegram from our Syd ney telegraphic agents, to the effect that a most inhuman^' 'dastardly,- and diabolical attempt had' been made during the day to assassinate his Royal Highness the Duke oi Edinburgh, the -effects of whose enthusiastic reception in this oity we had not then fully recovered. For a-few minutes we could scarcely believe our own eyes, and even after we had satisfied ourselves that our visual organs had not deceived us, and that, according A-.v sVIia ?tnlsirv'rwa-nl'i'i'-t ni-ioartna oiinh art affjimnl1 nan VKf UUD WlCUlDIIUU- l*l*t-O^Wfcii*--) auuu ?*-?!* uv*vihj#h ?««*??* really been made, even then we clung to the be- , lief that there was some mistake somewhere, or that our agents in Sydney had been the viotimg of a cruel and unmeaning hoax. . Kn...

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Detention of Property. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

Detention otPronertn. ? William Strong uppeiucd, on summons, to answer the ohargo of holding possession of an iron house in Blane-streot, after due notice huing given to quit. ?Mr. Slater appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. G. 'Wallace for defendant. ? Mr. Wallace admitted the servico of the Vutnmous and notice to quit. For the prosecution the (iluiutiff and wit nesses were culled to show that'tlie defendant hud no claim on tlio business or pemisns of plaintifF ; and for the defunct) tho defendant and two witnesses proved that plaintiff sold the good-will of his business to defendant for the mini of £fi. ; The Bench guve a verdict for the defendant with expenses of two witnesses 20i,, and -Is. professional costs.

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PUBLIC MEETING OF THE CITIZENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

PUBLIC MEETING OF THE OfTWB13». : .The' public meetingVat- called for half -part eight o'clock, biitsome time before that hour a large crowd of people had gathered in the vicinity of the Court house. By eight o'clock Iho building was drfnsely ^rowded^'and a large number stood on th,o verandah .outside unable to gain* admission. The vast actsem Mage corripripedfov^ral clergymen and almost every ui . . ? ? ^ ? ^ .??-'? reaiuent of influence and position in the city. All clasoea of tlieoominuaity treroalao woll repKetsented, and altogether' by hnIf-pciteigUt olclock tiiBrecouid not have beenjnuch less-' thun ^i thousand' ^perdons' within hearing of .tho speakers. Shortly after eight o'clock Mr. T. W. Knight rose and -said that, at -a-late hour that evening, a telograui had been issued by the Ohronicle,' announcing timt a dastardly attempt had been made to dsansstnatb hia- Royal Highness, Prince Alfred, whilst at the Sailor's HoinePicnio, at Middle llarbour. Upon the spur of the moment ...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Wages. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

TnunsDAY, JIakch 12. 1808. Befoi-P H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and K. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Poter Fleming, master of tho schooner Martha Ellen, was summoned . by William Henilry for £19 l!is., amount of ; wages dun to him. It appeared from the evidence that plain tiff was mate of the schoouor from Bi-irfhano to tho South Sea Islands and bnclc, and about five' works hetoie.thciii'riyalof the vimsoI in this port, tho oaptnlu told the plaintiff to knock ult* work as he had said tho vetinel ' wa» uu rotten as a pear.' The plaintiff now sues for the full amount of wages, the defendant being only agreeable to pay to the time the plaintiff knocked off work, viz., £7. Verdict foi the plaintiff for £7 la*- 8d. Time allowed for payment to Friday morning, or fourteiiii days imprisonment, Mr. Ci. Wallace appeared for plaintiff.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

'IIPPING INTELLIGENCE! . -. , PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ;v || ' ARRIVALS. ? . MiECH 11. ? - '' ''* I tafton («.), from Sydney. W. K. Lochhead, agent. I iUaoa 12. I ion, bq., 216, Howard, from Sydney. O. F. Stoke* and - j , agents. ? I J »ty of, Melbourne, bq., 177, Brown, from Sydney.— Cap- I U agent. , [j , tiis Killmonseggo, brig, Firdayson, from Sydney. Cap I a da, ahi'p, C87, Jones, from Melbourne, 5th inst', with E pigs of lead and 40 caiei ^brandy. C. F. Stoke* and I n ? agents. * - ||S tranger, sch., 249, Buwald, .from Sydney. Captain, l| Varhawk(s.),Deane, from Melbourne, 7th inrt. A. Hogg, \i lontest, bq., 322, Loighton, from Brisbane, 6th iut. G. wiaon, agent. , ? JlABCH 13. - ? i -ova, brig, 244, Chadwick, from Sydney. T. W.- Knight L'C#»i iujcnt-. ? £ latyphu*. (?.), 164, Eldridge, from Briibane, 10th init., JS lallast. Captain, agent. ''. f 'anny, ach., 104/Downing, fromBrUbane. Captain, agent, ?rah Pile, ach., 115, troin Brisbaus. C. F. Stokes and v agent*. V ? — j 1 DEPARTUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION/ COMPAKY. „ .,.? STEAM T&/fYDN EY. 1 Ibe MOBPETH, CapjKifiBimD, TUESDAY ana iTU DAY/Mornings. . The .CITY OF NEWC/STLE, Captain Siwmerbell, WgJBNESDAY and SATUBDAY Mornings. '' , ''^\ GEORUE TOLLY & CO.. Agents. «!«? k :?.: ?? 1 : . ' . . . Banter Eiver New Steam Navigation ?COMPANY. BETUEN TICKETS. JJIROM THIS DATE, RETURN/ i**f' * ^ttttnCBTS win Be !^viBcirarSitabiS'?W6fie «Wr,' to passengers by any of/tld ilfB.N.S.N. Company's ' 'lifcolassstoamert, at1 th^Aftving rate's:— ' ; * J . Saloon- ? -ff' ? ' - 26s. ?/?? : ' Steerage -? f - ?- - - - ? 15s. ' ?' ? GEORGE fULLY -fc CO. Newcastle, Feb. 19, 1808. /' - 415 J . ' NOTICE. THE NEW A N D POWERFUL , gTEAM TOG _____^vJV . ? fltUd with Disconnecting Engines, Patont Feathering Floats, See., i.ijJCrailable for Towage purposes ow mil -. inii-mig nfn'fniiiiiniiMiJt r\U No. 3, Marryatt's (joi|Q,/Minder Rendcivouij will ro eeive prompt attentilal I ? '? For rates and othewplrticuldra, apply...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Thursday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

lAJEST IN%E LLIQXMOE FROM ORKYILLb'3 TI(LEl(RAM COMPANT. SYDNEY, Thursday, 5 p.m. The Assembly met again this afternoon, and again the debate on the subject of Supply ii being continued, jit'is reported that Mr; P. F. Ad.unn.is to sueoeed-Mr. Davidson as Surveyor-General, and that Mr. Charles Thomp: son, the Clerk of the Assembly, is about to retire under the Superannuation Act. , \' '.. ? » Tho. Alexandra, from Maryborough, yesterday: broughl the nugget found nt Gympie Creek, containiug 1041. at., of gold, and another parcel of 1216 nz, .The fortnightly oscort for Brisbane took from Grmpie on Wednes-lay, 2200 oz. ? ? V / It appears from tho'reports received that payable grpuml has been found at tho Gympie for about 1000 persons and that many minors have been proapooting with but little success. \ ?. Messrs. Burt and Co. quota primo beef at 15s. to 16s. per 1001b. Wethers up to 601b. at 9s. 6d. ? ' ,.„-- .. „ Fnday.ilarchVUh. ,

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