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Erading a Railway Fare. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 14 March 1868

Evading a Railway Fare       Robert Blair and James Wotherspoon, miners, were each fined 5s. and 5s. 6d. costs for travelling in a railway car- riage between Newcastle and Waratah without a ticket.

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From Monday's Sydney Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

From Monday's Sydney Pavert. ' ' ' The Attempted Assassination of Pbince AfcfrEED. — The fferald.Ba.ya :— It is gratifying to know, that his Royal' Highness oontinuifl to proc gresB faywralaly towards conyakscenoej,'': At eight: o'clock on Saturday morning last, tha bullet thajf has awakene* the keenest anxiety in tens of | thousands of hearts was satisfactorily extracted. During the, forenoon of Saturday the pnin caused by the operation gradually subsided, and towards evening his Royal Highness became composed. We have been favoured by the medical gentle men who are attending his Royal Highness with the following particulars of the operation and state of the patient : — ' The ball was extracted without difficulty at eight o'clock on Saturday morning ; in the course of the day his Royal Highness suffered conaiderablepain in the trackof the bullet, which, however, disappeared towards evening. The night was passed in a satisfactory manner; sleep was procured for several hours, and to-...

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FARRELL, THE ASSASSIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

FABRELL, THE ASSASSIN. The Empire says : — It is the impression of )-arties' residing at the Clarendon Hotel, that Farrellhad been contemplating the murder of the Prince for some time past — that he had said the Prince would never leave Sydney alive— that he had been practising his revolver for weeks pasi out at Waverley. Only a few days ago he showed his pocket-handkerchief to hut landlady, riddled with bullets, boasting what a good marks man he was. He was much annoyed at being too late for a ticket to the fancy ball, the infer ence from which is now only too apparent. On the morning of the attempted assassination he went into juounicasiie s snop ana Dougnt a iow priced ' hat, and stated, in the most composed manner, the folly of taking a good hat to a pic nic.'. There was no apparent excitement about him than, and. he appeared perfectly sober, and most affable in his manner. The fact of his hav ing given promissory notes here on. some Balla rat mining company, for his lodging, sh...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

f ? MISCELLANEOUS IT£MS. His Excellency the Earl of Belmore has with drawn his patronage from the regatta, to be held on St Patrick's Day. The circumstances, as it is understood, which has, induced his Excellency to decline to continue his patronage to the regatta is the fact that jt wo individuals, members of the committee, at a meeting held on Wednesday nighf;,?declared that they would not drink the health of her Majesty the Queen, and that they would withdraw from the saloon if that toast were proposed. ?- - ? The'St Patrick's Regatta has been postponed indefinitely. At the meeting when it was resolved to postpone the event, Mr. Jackson announced the withdrawal of his yacht, Mischief, from the list of entries. Mr.|Alderraan Caraher wrote stating he should not attend any more meetings, and Mr. Hughes resigned his office as treasurer. The pro prietor of the hotel where the meeting was held stated that as the meetings of the committee had latterly assumed a (political phase, he foun...

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INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

. INDIGNATION MEETING. // Suturday*8lJ5mpiVe says : — A publio meeting of ?:' . acolonists was held yesterday afternoon, ia the g'- /Hyde Park- Pavilion; to express their intense S / sorrow and indignation at the attempt made on RnV .Thursday to assassinate his Royal, Highness. The J /\|neeting was advertised for! three o'clock; byhalf \i/ pls&t two several thousands had assorubled, and at V thenme appointed for the commencement of the I .' meeting»ihere must have been about fifteen thou \t sand present ; and in a short time the pavilion, j which contains 22,500' square feet of standing I ? ?.' room, was so crowded in every part that there B ; . - -were probably at least 20,000 persons present. It ij ' is needless to state that a strong and unanimous jj ' feeling pervaded the meeting ; in fact, it was im j . . possible for words to give expression to tba feel I ' ings that were burning in the hearts of all present !.'/ The prolonged applause with which Sir 'William I ' . Man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

Tji RE N 0 H MEDICINES,! _? ' * 'PURPABED BT | GRIMATJLTANDCO., ; ChtmisU to B. I. B. Prince Napoleon, Part*. Theoo different medicines represent tho most recent ! medical discoveries, founded on the principles of che mistry and thernpcutica. .They must not bo cnnfoumled ? with secret or quack nicdicincn, u their name* sutticl- ? intly indicate tlicii composition, u circumstance which has cuiUTed them to be Appreciated and prescribed by tbe faculty in the whole world. Tliey widely differ from those numerous medicines advertised in the public papers as able to euro every possible disease, us tuny aro applicable only to but Kvery few coraplnints. Tlio most stringent laws exist in France with regard to the nale of medical preparations, and only those which lmvo under gone an examination by the Academy of Medicine, and imve been ptoved efficacious, either in the hospitals, or in the practice of the first medical men, nro authorised by tho Government. This fact must be a guarantee for th...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, March l6, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

'LATEST IN T E L L I 8 E 1 C E .* ??? ? l fbox obkvilie-s''tei.«oram cohpany. , ' ! ? , .....-' ? SYDNEY, March W.Z.p.m. ! The attqrupted assassination of H. R. H; the Puke of Edinburgh is still the all-absorbing topic of conversation. It ii -very satisfactory to knowjlkat H. R. H. is progressing so favourably that his- re appearance in public in his carriage way. be hoped fbr shortly, and that Mr. George Thome i« also re covering fropi the effects bf his w»und: ? : . /'. v The preliminary enqujiy against O'Farrell wifa concluded to-day, and he waVfully committed for trial. . It ib stated that a, special sitting of the Su, promo Court will be held on Thursday week, in order that his trial may then -be proceeded with. O'Far reu is auegoa io nuvu ainwu w pi*i won m mo i$uui| that it -waa useless for the Governmont to search tbr his accomplices, as they were away from Australia, and {that startling tidings would be heard of them in other parts of the world, ~JS« said openly in the CDii...

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THE NEWS IN SATURDAY'S PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

THE NEWS IN SATURDAY'S PAPERS. Ill ? The Herald published telegrams from Albury, | Araluen,. 'Bathurst, Bcrrirua, Bruidwood, Goul burn, Brisbane, Dubbo, Grafton, Singleton, Tarn- j worth, Yttss, Melbourne, and Adelaide, from all of which places came expressions of tho deepest jl sympathy for the Prince, and the people's utteo | detestation' anil horror at the diabolical deed. ' - | FURTHER PAKTICuiARS. | JViany particulars, 01 greater or, less importance, 1 of. the murdeious attempt tfppn the life of .his I Royal HigHnens the Duke of Edinburgh at Clon- | tart, on Thursday, and incidents arising out of | .it,- which- escaped our( notice at the time, have I come to hand. Further inquiry, however, oon- I firms the correctness of the main features of out ft report, published yesterday. 'We aro happy to S 'announce that his Royal -Highness is prbgressing | very favourably indeed. There is no doubt but I that the bullet struck one of his ribs at' an angle 1 and travelled round in the cour...

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

SALES, MEETINOS, AND /»HU«EMEUfS, THIS DAY. ' Sale of first-'olass weatherboard bouse, near .Kauway gate, Blane-street, by Mr. 1. C. Bonarius, on the (itanises, at twelve o'clock. ? ? - ?., ? ?- . Meeting of the Friendly Sotieties' Becoption Committee, on Friday cvening/at half-pa»t seven o'clock. . ;: .,?- ~Lenton Troupe, this evening, «t the Assembly Koomfj . Watt-street, at eight o'clock. ? . ' i ? ? ) Johnson's Quadrille party, on Friday ereniof;, at eight, o'olock. ? -' „ ' i

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ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE H.R.H. PRINCE ALFRED, AT CLONTARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

'?-.... ATTEMPT* . ? I ASS AS SIN ATE' EBISrCEALFEED, , AT CLONTAEF. ... I Fr6m the Sydney, papers of Friday, Saturday, and Monday, we have] compiled the following full and 'exhaustive account of the above diabolical crime.] . . ? , It is with the deepest sorrow that we have to announce a most determined attempt to assaHsi nate his Royal Highness the Duke, of Edinburgh. When the Prince left, the luncheon tent at the Sailors' Home 'Picnic (a report of -which' will be fonnd in another column), lie escorted the Coun tess, of fielmore to the door* of the royal tent, and then turned to converse with his Excellency ? the Governor, the Chief Justice, and Sir William Manning.' They remained talking a few seconds, and then his Royal Highness and Sir William Manning sauntered across the green towards a clump of trees bordering the beech, and under which the Galatea band was stationed. The sub ject of conversation was the Sailors' Home, and ? hia Royal Highness, to mark his appreciation of tho...

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A MISTAKE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

A MISTAKE.' . . . , .To the Editor of the Ntweastlt Chronicle. Dear Sir,— In my speech at the indignation meeting tbat took place at the Court- house on Thursday, evening last, I am made to say 'I hoped- to God that it wan true the assassin was an Iriohman.'- leaving put the word not made it read opposite to wlmt I'said and intended. I assure you I have felt much grieved that sach an error should have occurred, However, I hope you will iu the fullest manner-correct the matter, as I believo it to .bo a clerical error in connection .with your department. I remaip, air, .youra truly, . . . Newoaatlo, 17th March, 1868. [Wo had 'corrected tho error pointed put by Mr. Tully. .long bofore his ho to reached ub, in a telegraphic) slip issued on Honda/'. JWo have repeated the correction in to-day's! Irnprtssibh*.- Tie immediate context would ahow any .Intel Hgent reader 'that tHa-imlto«1oiluf-ttto*4rd 'noV''*ffl»« ptt'nter'a error.;— EJP.') ' ' ' ' ' ?

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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF H.R.H. PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSJNAIION OP V' * : ;h. b. h. prince alfred. Ifjia r~with hearpplc' gratitude to th« mruat Dispenser '. of Memes^hat -we record ,f !-e steady prpgrtss towards recovery of 'our royal guest, the wounded, but, thank' heaven, not vitally 1injure- I Prince.., The, safe, extraction. of the bullet, an^ I the amount ' of tranquil rest that the-ioysl suiFereris able to enjoy are good omens wV' hail with honest delight* In bur churchea'and chapela prayers have been publicly offered up for thja speedy convales-«nce. of the heroic young mail *, *. ..« i. ' »ii ill.?. ? j J ? '?_ whose first tbougats, amtast ail nis suaaen agony, turned to the 'people, whose loyalty he felt fie cowJd trust — J1 Tell them, I shall soon be better.' What an amount of uelf-abnogation was expressed in tlipse few simple words'! And hot only in oujr ,pl»aes (of '^public worship have prayers for our 'Prince's';^|bty been rendered, but from thousands ?of fiimiiy ' heaitliB have less formal and morie .he...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MINERS' RIGHTS. To the Editor of tin Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

LETTERS; TO THE EDtTOR. MINERS: RIGHT& . , To the Editor of tht Newcastle Ohroniile, , Sib— Aa it appears that thoio parties— minors' oommlt tecs — who are placed from time to time by the miners to watoh over and guard thuir interesta;'- have diverged into auch a sta'te.of apatlietio indifference that it seems useless to look for'anything from that quarter' tending to amelio rate the evils at present existing amongat us, and believing it a faot indisputable that' some endeavour should be made to aboluh those wrongs, especially the one existing in the form of a standard weight, which is being enacted by. the majority of our colliery managers at present, to the great disaffection of all the minors, in the distriot, I, under these circumstances, and aa one among the others that in nt.iW the lush throuch the eaUtinor of this unpre cedented grievance, take it upon myself to ur^o upon the miners to make some endeavour that would tend to abolish it. At our monster meetings we have ...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. HONEYSUCKLE, WARD. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

:?' MUNICIPAL ELECTTON^ : ^ ; HONEysuCKLB,WABD. ? ?* , ? ? DECLARATION OF 'THE POLL. : The polling for the election of an alderman for i Honeysuckle Ward,- in the room of Aid. Brookes (resigned, took place on Saturday lust, and resulted |in the return of KITarneJl, Esq.; 'J.P. The I number of votes polled(l45).was larger than many ittxpeo'ted,' but .still the excitement created by the, election was; viory small Abel was not at all ? perceptible in. the city. ','.' T|je pplling commenced, in '?pursuance, of the provisions of the new v'Act, : ateighto'clock in the morning and closed at 3 p.m. in passing aiong Diune-ani^re we oniy lnuiciuiou of the event was a small gt^up of -[jer.sons standing in front of the Co-operative Store; other, than this there -was nothing ? to denote that a contested election wun taking place. As will be seen below, Mr. JPdrnell was 'returned by a majority of fifteen votes,! At one o'clock the friends of the success ful-candidate thought bis chances of being ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

1 LOCAL 4T EMS. . , Mr. Gordon's Petition- i-- the Assbxblt. — Many of our readers were, douhtless not a little aii rjirised when they saw the announcement in our telegraphic news of Wednesday's issue, to tho effect thiiE Mr. Samuel Gordon had petitioned the Assembly for a select committeo to inquire into certain chargea against Messrs. Mullgn and Brown, solicitors, and Mr. J. B. Winship, of 'this city, '-We have made inquiries reapeoting the purport of these oharges, but not being-able to get a sight of the petition, wo have not learnt anything very definite respecting them. On Thursday we received a private letter from Mr. Mullen respecting the matter, will strongly urging us to pmcure und publish the petition, in natuniiiys laxue. jtr. juuuen sxys ne is quite ai aims; to know what oharges of a ' serious nature can be brought against him by Mr. Samuel Uonlon. He aays : 'I brought an action for Mr. Gordon some time since against the A. A. Company, in the District Court, Newcastle, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

11 'A NT E H^U/bv. CHARTER, $1 H VESSEL, cuiwl.lc iVjirryiiig say l:WO haul ]?! in to ttid Fiji'*/* GiMMl'frei)Nit. Immediate «ppH IK ivcasmry tu OEOROE I TUlffi mid CO. . K H. E: N. S. N. Company. X toCK TO S-iUAri?ESL MEUCHA.NT3, &C. ' ? H IFREIJS AND~G(HiSlGNEES. BY K ho'aKre CompanyViStllnieS^e respectfully in Kk by theNbiderxigni&l, thiX any foWarding, or atten ?-£ ;herwuio tlsO.hcu«ntere&K~ will b^done FREE OF ? following ^ci%yiic-h((iiiLco-irtcay of GBramanders to WT gtr-i PunctunnV of ArrtWla and DeVrturos, and ii- i Bfciyery of C'argoV) Clippef Line of Pa«et8 :— RJ *Pttlitt. 1000tonsJ%eorg«r'Bu(ld,Corainaqfler. B* V OFl||WCASTLE!too tons, William Bummerbell, BJJU TEBSON^ttom, CnSifcB, ditto. - j Ht GKO. TULLY AND CO., ? .- ?I . Agents, % - ;' KB Hewcaitle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

rj U K T E R RIVKR NEW STEAM '. STEAM TO*%XDNE Y. Ths KORPETH.Oaptain bVd, TUESDAY and '' - FRIftAY3»fo«»Efl. The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, Captain Suhjmbbma, ?WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Mornings. j$ ? GEORGE TULLY* CO.. Agents. fc ; ? : ~~ Hunter Biver Neviteam Navigation , comJaJjy. t^ ' EETtriaS^riQKETS. I jn'iOM THIS D^TE, RETURN J TICKETS 'rill lie isdimdjafailable for one week, to passengers by any of thn\iul.N.S.N. Company1!) int-dats steamers, ut the following rates :— ';T-. Saloon. - - '?? ? «Sf- . Steorago ? «-?? GEORGE TULL1T-& CO. ; -Kwrawtte.. Feb. 10,1808.- ' ... , «» NOTICE. THSNB W A-fU) POWERFUL ??I.- :??? STEAM TUG ? ; ;;r x jT 7/.*c ir r, ?JBted'witi Disconnec^xEngines, Parent Feathering floats, ici, is now -ivailiB»j£/for TowagO purposes. ' No. 3, Marryatl'a Calk), unjjer Bcndesvous, will to. mito prompt attention.^^ J/ , For rates and other partmulani, apply to JAMES DEANE& CO., Agent's., ? ug Newcastlo. ? ^**'l''-^-iI)UTCH BAUQUE , .^I«iUft!Etmiojjriiic6s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

? * ' ' nr'r'uK OHxR/ONiCLE ??} A. ' ? ' JOR THE OUTQOIXO ' ? ' . ' ENGL_ISMAILS- Ori Monday or Tuesday next we Hhnll publiah an EXTRA; ISSUE of the UffROJflt'Liifor transmission' by the outgoing Panama and Suez mails, which are' advertised to leave Sydney on Saturday,, ther 28th iustant.and Wednesday,, the 1st of ^April, reapectivelvl/'Thia extra issue will contain/v ?.;' f .'' TWBNTY-FOUIV'COLTJMNS of matter, embracing complete accounts of Prince Alfred's viait to the Hunter, and the recent dia bolical attempt to assassinate his Royal Highness. The price of each copy \vill lw fourpence. .; k P'apers intendbd to go^hy the fiist or Panama mail sbpuld* be poate^in Newciistle not later than the morning of Friday,' the 27th instant N.B.— A.s we anticipate' a great run for the. above, our agents and others would do yell to let' ufa know'as early as possible how many copies they' aVe likely to require. ? '.' ???'?r-\'i ' '

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

I PPING INTELLIGENCE. I PORT OF IJ^WCASTLE. I ARRIVALS. I Maboh 14. | ikbird («.«.), 031, Sawell, from Sydney. B.B.Wil f *bq.f 404, Kobba, from Opara, 13th ult. 0. F. Stokaa I o Hgflnti. 0 o («.?.), 70S, Logan, from Melbourne, 9th iaifc K. B. U iptuj)bq.,°3tt, .Xirby, from Melbonrne, 28th olt» C C ales i»n-i Co.: agent*. ' / -jCj 1 lieu, ioh., 258, Darby, from Melbourne.. C. F. S^kjb i« Jo., Agents. ' - ?'?'.: \ l- ma, soli., 148, from Sydney. 0. F Stoke* and Co., F iert. bo.. 319. Holkins. from Melbourne. R. B.WiUacey MiJh Pyhoond, brig, 231, Lloyd, from Melbourne; 8th init.' WWII oberteon, agent. ' iBIK Uterine Jnne, bq., 378, Heath, from Melbourne, 7th PHI Hi Captain, agent. ...... -v l-nigj Adiborough, skii-, 106U, from Sydney. C.F. Stoketand iJUvi igeuts. . , f ? M i* elino Burko, bq., 281, Blake, from Melbourne, Oth'init. W V L Whyte, agent. ? '? . ? ' : - .'. m U kke of Edinburgh, bq., 470, Matthews, from Wallaroo, «? Li i ult. Captain, agent. '{ ? ? - MM 4 Urfield, ihip, 534...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868

'??? iT.ALLSEND. - . , The general conversation in Wallaend relates- to the hair breadth escape of the Royal Prince, J. In any p:»rt of our town, there can be found small groups .of men and women congregated together, talking about, tho. attempted uaaasi nation of his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, who are denouncing the perpetrator of such a cowardly outrage. Publio opinion here sets it down as one of the foulest. atro- cities, one which is both black and hellish in its design, and no other organized body would ever have attempted to re sort to but tlioso made up of cowardice. Tho perpetra tor of this deed, doubtless, will havo smitten the inhabit ants of this colony with a disease — an ulcer which, few of us will escape, 'and one rfhtch the English press will pro nounce incurable. This cowardly attempt of assassination is a disgrace lor a fast-growing, intellectual people to oe . branded with; caused by one whoso insatiable deaire waa to lap the blood . of an innocent Royal...

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