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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING .INTELLIGENCE. ? OOAI. Owing to our columns being fully occupied by the visit of H.R.H. tho Duke of Edinburgh to this dUtnot dui^ng tho . last week, and the day* of his visit being kept as general holidays, we were unableto obtain a correct report of tne weeks export of coal; we 'therefore nosv place before our readers the export for the two weeks ending March 13. Tho total export is 20,243 tons of coal, of which 7120 tons uro for Sydney, 0210 for Victoria, 3538 for South Australia, J5J4 for New Zealand, 134 for Brisbane, 41 for Biohmond River, 1624 for Bombay, 704 for Hongkong, 890 for Mauritius, 1200 for Shanghai, and 1252 tons for steamers and ncne consumption.. \ ? EXTOBTor COAL from the Companies' Official Returns, for the w«ek ending 13th March, 1808 :— \ ?t-3 _ »d b A, *5 -1 -?* '??' ' -38 ??§ 1 -S Si M Port Shipped to. jV| § '-= *| .§^&w ? ? 3 ?;?!?,,?« I 4 ts ,3 ; Sydney ? 1079 13ft '832 713 '494 1834 '746 Melbourne ? ....1886 ? 717. 694 1014...

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

Hollowat's Ointment and Fills. -Female complaints ?I -Oliumtes have their particular disorders ; ngu Inn inBrmi- f I tie* peculiar to it. seasons huvo their specific diseases, but ' woman, in all climates, ut any age, and in every season, is liable to speoial complaints, resultiug from fashion, inatten tion, or debility of constitution. For all such sufferers there are, 111 Holloway's remedies, present ease nnd future comfort, while tho natural function of overy organ is fairly «stab lulled by them, under their.corrcotivo swuy the greatest im provement speedely appears—the body is developed, and the spirits rue. Into Holloway's preparations not a trace* of mercury or other noxious ingiedieut ever enters; hence fj tha parent, guai dim, orjutieht, need hold no counsel before commencing these remedies. ^V^ Tim Trcnsury, Now South Wnles, ' ' ;| ^W 26thPebmary, 1808. ' JJ; ?tontracts for the Public Service. ' v ' '^ WJKAGE FOB THE POLICE. . I ?\TOTIcV IS HEREBY GIVfiN, ll ll that TENDBRS...

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

Drunkenness. John iiryman, for being ilnuik and disorderly on board tlio brig Hopo, on the 10th inst, was sent on board bin ves sel at the captain's roijucst.

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BAY OF ISLANDS COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

BAY OF ISLANDS COAL. The following correspondence, relative to the value of the Kawa Kawa coal for steam purposes, has been handed to us for publication : — Auckland, 28th Feb., 1808. My Dear Sir — I understand you have been trying a number of- experiments upon the different kinds of fuel for keeping up steam for quartz-cruahing nt the Thnmcs. Would you be bo kind us to stutc what your opinion is upon the merits of the Kawa Kawa co»I, which you have been using lately, mid oblige, yours truly, John M'Leod. 1T0 Mr. &. Blenzard, Thames. Thames, Kurunui Batter, Feb. 29, 18G8. Dear Sir — In reference to yours of th- 20th inst., respect ing fuel for steam purposes, I beg to say that I have not yet completed my experiments. I havo tried the best hardwoods at 7s. per ton against Kawa Kawa coal at 80s. per ton, and find 12.} per cent, in favour of coal. Ab soon as I have finished n series of experiments I will give you the results. In the meantime I would suggest that you send down a...

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

.- ?— Waaea Cate. Frank lieaumont, engineer, was summoned for the non payment of £18, wages, due to one Kobert Whyte. The do fnndant did not uppeur, but tho bench ruled they had no jurisdiction in tho case, and therefore disisisxed it.

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

Uiiny Profane Ltamv.a'ic. Thomas Coyde was charged with making nee of profane ltnguage in Hunter-street, on the : 10th instant, and was fined 5j., or forty-eight hours imprisonment.

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Disorderly Conduct on Board Ship. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

' ... ? Ditordcrlu Conduct on Hoard Shi o. Henry MarsHiill was convicted of thi.s offence on board tho Ifritlsh ship Bothley, on tho-Oth instant, and was sen tenced to three weeks imprisonment in lliiitlund gaol.

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Obstructing a Watercourse. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

OOstrnctina a Watercourse. Alexander Forbes, Holton-stroot, wan summoned for ob structing a watercourse, and thereby causing a nuisance! on the premises of Mr. Hewitt Baufield, his neighbour. George Tribe, Inspector of Nuisances, appbarcd for the prosecution, but as he could not show his writteu appointment from the Boroui'h Council, Sir. Drown, who appeared for tlie defen dant, objected to hia evidence being taken. The Bench held thu obj'jotion to be fatal, aud dismissed the case.

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

. ' Indtcent Exoomire. ' % Charles O'Brien won .convicted of this oJTenoo in'Hunter streett on the 11th inatant, and whb sentenced to fourteen ilaya imprisonment with hard labor. '

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

IStmous Accident. — A boy named Surimel Goodoll re ceived severe injijry to both hU legs; on Tuesday lust;- by fthi wbeelvuf atruok on the traiuway, along the jetty, fc.t the Hunter River Copper Works, passing iivit hirii. He was brought to Newcastle nnrt takon to the hospitiil, where hs w an attended by Dr. Bowkcr. On examination, the fractures tverc found to bo very severe. TUe lad still lie» in. »,pro arious condition. ? . ' . .

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

/'LOCAL ITEMS. The .Tapanehr Tboiipe.— This troupe, which mot with »uch unqualified Buccesa upon theiv Inst vinit to NowcoHtlo, have announced thoir ni-|iaumaco amongst us, for two nights -(bnly, to-night and .Monday night, itt the Assembly R-^iiis, Watt-street. As this in the last occasion the inhiiiiVfta of Newcastle will havt nn opportunity of seoing theipwondcr full performances, wo should recommend a vuft to their ?xtruordinary entertainment. ^-- The Rev. C. Or-DK.v. — We understand'that it has been definitely settlnd tliat thia popular minister of tho Weslcyan bjily is to louve Newcastle for^Baxhurat, in ]iuisunnc(! of Conference arrangement*. .A' vigorous effort wiut nude to retain Mr. Olden, iu Newoastle, but without Kooaoiw. Tub Duke's Wojh.u-be Assa-Hsin. — A gentleman from Maitland inform* us tlmt it is rcpuited there that the wretch O\K»rroll wa*,*somu time buck stopping fur several weeks III bllu llultier JWVUI liubd, 441mb iiLiuwuu'l. ±v in n'*y currently reported that...

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

THE MOST. MAEVELLOUS DISCOVEEY IN' MEDli ,, ?, ...... ;;., CIAL SCIENCE. ., -,,yj .?'? ?? ?? 2 StTFFER NO LONGER. ' l!f,! CURE YOUKSBLP BY THE3 NB^ . . Eleotro'GALySTJjl ' IUPn0V£D' PATRNT^SKia'-AiM, JuaTi.so Oor.vtive AitlUsob, for the relief, and eutW^sf every dcacription.pf constitutional debility, whether aj-iyrfo fvbrn diseases of intmaorction, or nny other causo. F,a\\ ivirtioularn sent free oWnpplicatian by letter, prepaid' to TO.' Lionel Ki.Liorr, Clevewid House (near Lnngham'Churoh) Itegoht-street, Lomlan, W. ... L: ? Also, Dr. L ErxtoV'^BPEOIFIO and TJNFAIHN.O Ss, modio for Infection, imfnuly his T eiia'eal or Punfjiing Pill* —Tonic Alterative Mixture— ?Zlttrrgmt- Watlt ; alto.'fok Gleet, &on ^ the Sedatire £xpdlnt Mixture i ??'i'-)1( . N-B.^-Partipa resich-nt out bf Great Britaiii niay hare ill the above, '.with tbu ncocxBary adjuncto and directions1 for Self .Treatmpn^.sont -to aijy.jjart. of the vorld ; - or. fronijiia Agent for Sydney, Mr* \V5upitsoSj Huntor-at...

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

Annauli and Itobbeni. ' , Ellen Andrew was charged with having violently assaulted one Joseph Smith, at Miuini, on tho 2.3th Feb., and with robbing him of two £1 notes. Prisoner was discharged,'

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

fVALLSENB. On Tuesday evening wo had the plcasiiro of seeing 'Professor Selwyn, who gave his first entertainment in thu Oddfellow's Hall. Thoso who were present on that occasion wero thoroughly delighted with th» performance. of the Professor. Thu only drawback which that gentleman had to contend ugaiust was the scarcity of room ; this prevented. Mr. Selwyn, to a ccrtidn dogreo'/ of getting a few more of our young those who were1* operated' upon rohdered tho audience sufficient amusement to keep them in roars of laughter, during 'the entertainment, at tho closu of which tho-, audience requested Mr.- Selwyn to give them another ;ULiat,. Saturday .night being the time appointed for it to tako place. On Wednesday evening u preliminary meeting was hold in the English Baptist Church, for the pnrpoBu of electing an acting committee, preparatory to the arraugcnieiits being carried into effect- concerning a School of Arts aiid a, Town Hall.. It was resolved at that meeting tliat,, on Tuesda...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, March 11,1868. Before H. Scott,Esq., P.M.; and J. Corlette, Esq., J.P., Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ' NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wed-jesdat, March Jl, 1&SS. . - Before H. Scott, Esq.., P.M. ; und .1. Corlette, Esq., J.P., Atsanlt. Mm-h'n Uarkiej', on bail, uppctired to answer tho charge of hnvin? coramittcd a violent ussault on Thomas Turner, en the Bth instant, ut the HoichoJe. It appeared from the videnco that prosecutor and prisouer had been drinking together on Saturday night, anil on returning homewards early on Suiiduy morning, some person lying on the ground insulted Turner's wife, mid on his going to see who it was ho was struck on the head by prinouer. Several witnesses woio called for the defenee, but tho assault being prored, the Jiench inflicted a fine of 403., 4s. (id. costs, and 5a. costs of one witness, oi seven days, imprisonment.

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

PARLIAMENTARY. :V 'LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY! v Hondat, March 9. ? i Answers to Questions. — In answer to ques itions without notice, Mr.'Parkes said that he ; would produce any correspondence not,.yet .laid on the table respecting the appointment of Par»j Jianientary Librarian ; and Mr. Martin said that ?a six months' residence in. the colony was suffi jcient to entitle.a British/subject, to, be put on the electoral roll. ? '-?.'?'' '' ' ';' ?i '; Committee op StrppLY.— Mr. Eagar, in nqloy 'ing the House into Committee of Supply, said flia+. tl^rmrvli 'nnAn nvviinarv rv^flRinna t.VliR WAA treated. as a formal motion, yet, -after what had. :oc'currcd, he deemed it desirable to refresh the .memory of hon. members upon matters which he had Btated to'tbem on a former occasion. The main point at issue between the Government and the Opposition seemed to. beuxs to how the sur plus accruing at the end of 1867 should be ap tolied. The Government wished to employ it to meetthe ?expenditure of 186...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. MR. HOLTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

MUNIglPAL ELfiCTIOlfru: \m \ ' MB. HOLTS* MEETING. ijF jftr. Samuel Holt, one of the candidates for. the IBjiifency in tho Honeysuckle Ward, addressed a ja' ptirig of the ratepayers on Wednesday evening HiB^at the -Carpenter's Arms Hotel, Blane-street. Ill '. 5 meeting was very thinly attended. Mr. F. IP; tue occupied the chair. In opening the pro HLijaings he said : A vacancy having occurred in the m\\ rd' through tho resignation of Ayianuanj Brookes, fSMi It to come forward. As they were aware, Mr. {?Biyflfc liad recently been jk 'candidate for another f^Bf jrd. In that election lie was defeated, but the 1 9H- ft**68 who proposed-hlm having confidence in him, iBfi! P believing* hiurno be a good man, resolved to IImw -h him to come forward again for Honeysuckle j fflw; fcrd.- ,MrT Holi, when spoken to on the subject, |u*|| pressed his willingness to serve the ratepayers, if |lSfff}J! cted, and for these reasons he now appeared be EflBff « them as a candidate With those observations...

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

NEW ZEALAND. , By the courtesy of Mr- . Tidsley ,' we were on -Thursday last put in jjossession of an Auckland paper {the Herald) dated the ,2nd of March. We make the folio wing extracts : — . FENiAHifioit in New Z^AtAND. — The.fpllowing bitterly written article is from the Hokitikq. Celt,. the. paper froin which it was taken being sur rounded., by a deep mourning: border: — ''God save Ireland' were the last words of the 'brave Irishmen a't Mahchesteras'they left'lhe dock for the scaffold. 'The Manchester martyrs were of . that class denominated- the peasant class of Ire . land, and so are all the. men, tor the most part, who have been consigned to the /dungeon, and history shows no^parallel to the intrepid heroism with which all these ' culprits'' have confronted their doom. WTotewe not correctly the other day, when we asserted that it was in the veins of the- peasantry of Irelaud flowed the purest, be : ca.u_se. the most princely, blood 6f Ireland 1 ' See how Gould (alias O'Brien)...

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PRINCE ALFRED'S VISIT TO WEST MAITLAND. DISSATISFACTION EXPRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

PRINCE .ALFRED'S .VISIT TO WEST . v MAITLAND. , pisaimsFACTioN expressed. ? ' ? ' From thtMaitlavd Ensign. The visit of the Royal Duke was an exceed ingly hurried one, and this hurry has been the ' cause of some comment and no little dissatisfac tion; and it was probably the 'reason, too, why our illustrious visitor was received with much less'enthusiasm than might 'hav« been expected. What we mean by .this is that the cheers were, neither^ so numerous nor so hearty as they have frequently been in this district on lesa important occasions. This was very generally remarked, and some of the more enthusiastic admirers of royalty were frequent in' their exclamations of ' Why don't they cheer more.' In Queensland the Duke's visit was also a very hurried one, and the demonBtrations appear to have been utter failures. The ministers of the colony -were blamed- for this, and the Chief Secretary was even burnt in effigy at Toowoomba, on account of his being supposed to have had something to d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

MARRIAGE.               DERKENKNE — WHYTE. — At the District Registrar's Office, Newcastle, on the 7th inst., GERARD DERKENNE, Esq., of Rotterdam, to Miss MARY JANE, daughter of JAMES WHYTE, Esq., Charlestown, South Carolina, W.S.   The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1868.

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