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WARATAH. The Attempled Association of Prince Alfred. Indignation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
WAR AT AH. The Attkmpled AssarsInation-'op Prince Alfred. . Indignation Meeting. One of the largest and most unanimous public meetings ever held .hero took plnca on Monday night, for the purpose of expressing indignation, symputliy, and hope, regarding the late dastardly mul br u hil attempt to assassinate H. It. H. the Duke of Edinburgh. The meeting was. hold iu Mr. Daw son's Assembly Booms, and shortly after half-past seven- o'clock, the time appointed, the chair was taken by Mr. Robert Turton, one of the oldest and most respected of 'our inhabitants, and who, upon WkltlUU WltW Mlilllf MIUUW tilt VAVUIIUI1V *?*?** tVS^'^fkV^fk BWW speech. ' ? . The first resolution was moved.by Dr. R; J. Pierce, and seconded by R. VV. Moody, Esq., Manager of the Waratah Colliery — ?,_ , ? — ? - . . Resolved— That this meeting of the inhabitants of Wara tah and neighbourhood having heard, with the deepest sorrow and regret, of the cowardly and atrooioua attempt to assassinate H. R. H. the Duke of E...
FEARFUL CALAMITY. DROWNING OF THE BISHOP GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE, HIS SON, AND SERVANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
FEARFUL CALAMIT1' : ' DBOWNING OF THE BISHOP OFGRAFTON AND, ARMIDx\LB. HI3 SON. AND SERVANT. ' VTe are indebted to the courtesy of Messrs. Gordon and Gotch, of Sydney, for the following distressing intelligenco, issued on Mouday, at noon, by the Herald m an extraordi nary:— Grafton, Monday, 9 a.m. - The Rirht Rev. Dr. Sawyer, Bishop of Grafton and Ar midale, his second son, and female servant, were drowned last nirht by the upsetting of a boat on the Clarence River. The Hilltop conducted the evening service at tiraf ton, and was returning, nt 10 o'clock, to Bishopsthor|M- (better known na Kirchni?ratadt), situate on th« bunks of the river, aocjm panie-l by his son, Mr. Brown, Juntos Creightou, and t»o female surva'nts. After proceeding about u mile, the wind beinp fresh, sail wns set ;. near thn upper end of Elizabeth Island a sudden gust of wind upset tho boat. The survi vors say the little boy, who was asleep,, was not seen after wards. Cruightun, while attempting to rescue tho Bi...
LETTER FROM A SEAMAN ON BOARD HER MAJESTY'S SHIP GALATEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
LETTER FROM A SEAMAN ON BOARD HER i ?'? '! MAJESTY'S SHIP GALATEA. We have been favoured by Mr. William Dart with a copy of the subjoined letter,. addressed by one of the seamen of theGalatea toa friend in Newcastle— a relative of Mr. Dart'*. The letter, as ourvreadcrs will soe, contains information differing from any we have yet received ; whether or not it is reliable is another question, and ono we are not called upon to answer. But/apart from tho 'news' the com munication contains, ,tho beautiful spirit of loyal devotion which it displays towards jflio Prince will cause it to bo perused far and nonr witli^elings of peculiar interest. The following is the letter: It (Same to linnd yesterday morning : — ' (t ' ' Her Majesty's Ship Galatea, Sunday. vwm* ~—*^\r iiuv u((iii(v ma uviu lit uuuibnniiig /u»bu| for it is only fun. But that is not what I am going to talk about The first thing will be about our beloved captain, the attempt on whose lifo you have already heard about. I am ha...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOREHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUR CORUESPONDEXT8. borehole;. Visit op thr Prince.- -Our expectations were verified, the Uurehole being the place fixed upon for. the Prince to visit. But little demonstration was made, nearly till the inhabitants having gone to Newcastle to see the publio land ing. The business part of the community displayed their loyalty by flying nags. His Royal Highnenpi would no doubt be struck with the dreary and laborious work allotted to the miner in the excavation of this great commercial pro duct. . ?.' . ' ? . On Saturday night somo little sensation waa caused by tho. wanton and quarrelsome disposition of certain parties whoso names are likely to figure ill tha.police reports. Trado is still moderately brisk. . Borehole, March 12.
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT: Saturday, March 13th. 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Disorderly conduct. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
POLICE I NT EL LI B E H C E. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT: Saturday; MAiton 13th. 1868. Beforo H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Diaordevlti Conduct. William Wildman wus brought up on a charge of assault ing Captain Greaves, of tho barque Pet, on the 12th init. He was convicted and aentenced to twelve weeks in M»tf laud gaol, with hard labnur. ? ? ? Drunk t'h Scott-street. ? ' William Lucas, for being drunk in Scott-street,' waa fiued 8s., or twontj -four hours in the lockup. \ ( A Man taken for a Ftniani Thoma« Graham, miner, waa brought before the court on A charge of being druuk a id disorderly in a publio thorough faro at the Borehole, on the 7th instant. The hearing oi.iuiH caso causeu aomu uniusuiuunt, n rupurfc uuiug m circulation that tho prisoner, who -was a volunteer, .had attempted to assault some person at the Borehole, on the ground that he was a Fenian. The evido.-.co showed that' Uraham had beon guilty of very violent coilduct, but had acted evidently under an erroneous impression. Ho w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
,; : NQTIQES OF MOTIOy. ??.''-- ?% ? l.—ThftllayOTtomovo ' Thut tenders be invited'f*. the ?91 ^ construction- lof two culverts ono at the junction of Siott .with Bpltou-strobt, and too other at the intersection of Watt styeat with King-street, according to specification prepared ' Jjy'tlje City Engineer and Surveyor. 2.— Aid. Bolton to move—' That tbe reportcf tbeflnanc* poinniittee, (luted ICth Maroli, 1868,,. be adopted' by thu CiiuueU. ' ? ? — — — ' ???'' ' ; -t . HottowAY's Pills and Ointmbt. — Dyspepsia Diaorder^d^Pigestion. — Somo peruons are parti cularly prdtrfeto stomach and ^i^fer complaints, while in others these, diseases are 'produced by sedentary habits^ irregular living, or mental disquietude .; the liver and stomach being distempered, the heart *nd lungs, soon sympathise with them, arid both'jnjnd anowidy shortly suffer. These admirable pills act . direotly oh these organs, and soon restore them to a natural and healthy condition. The impurities are discharged from ...
NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
NEWCASTLE BOROIJGH COUNCIL, j The Council met, pursuant to adjournment^ at the ? Court-houau, on.Mouday afternoQii, at four o'clock. Pruseut — Aldermen Bolton, Christie,' 'Wihship, lloilgers, Cliapman, Sparke, Stokes, and his Wor ship the Mayor. .„ Mi.voTES.-^The Town Clerk ruad the minutes of tho' previous meeting, which were coiifirmud and signed:' ? ' * COKRrBPO-fDE.NTCK ' 'Letter to tub Council. — ^The Town Clerk rend a. communication addrussud to tho Council, .from some inuiviuual who mid iorg- tten to sign run name to the letter. Tho writer asked permission to con struct, a cnlvort across tho gutter in Non-com ea st reel. — The Mayor said if tlie writer favoured the Council with his name they would kmuv what, to do. Lettish Fiioit the. Sukvbvok. — llespacting the letter of Mr. Shaw read at.. a previous meeting, tho Oity Surveyor (to whom 'the letter hud buun sub mitted) reported that the culvert across Blane-street at Mr. Simw'a waa four ftjut,«wae and ttvo and a half deep, an...
INDIGNATION MEETING AT MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
INDIGNATION MEETINGl AT T&J^TOJkmC^- Yesterdays Mercury reports thaf a very large Vnd enthusiastic meeting of the inhabitants of thVdistrict was held in the hall of the School of ArtiVvWeat Maithrad, on Saturday aftpnoon. The object of the gathering, as-Uted brthe ad vertisemenf\^nvening it, was to.enabh/the inha bitants of the dietrict to express ^hep/indignation at the attempt toStssassinate the) .Duke of Edin burgh, and their sympathy for wn. The hour fixed for commencing thefcowineii -was; four o'clock, at which time the doors w»j|je opened, and pre sently the hall was completelKfilled, and before half-an-hour had elapsedf nummra of persons were clustered around the entrandov unable to gain admittance.' ' We estimated the n-imber of the audience, including those outside,- aKeighf hundred persons, and' are convinced that weS-re under the mark. We may add, that the greatest accord appeared tp-prevail among all present, and eaoh seemed angnated with a deuire to express pers...
LATEST TELEGRAMS TO 14m FEB. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
LATEST TELEGRAMS' TO 14th FEB. ' The' French Senate has passed tho Army Bill. Monatier states that tho attitude of the Great Powers ?howi concurrence in the present peaceful symptoms. Franco arranges with Prussia for dissolution of commer cial treaty with Mecklenburg. ' The side of Mount Vesurius gave way during tho erup .tion, »nd numerous houses were buried. ,...:,' , 1 Parliament rcas«.:inblud on the 14th. —Disraeli introduced . ? bill establishing a new tribunal for tho prevention of bri bery- ? Measure strongly opposed. . .. Lord Derby seriously indisposed. Hi» condition excites ?great uneasiness. SIiouM no uie or resign, uuru o''u«/ «? regarded as his probable successor. .,.?' . Humoured that Johnson,, intends demanding settlement of Alabama claims. j? ?' Karl Uussell speaks otjesisuing fclio leadership of the Li borals, and recommends Gladstoutr'as his successor. Lonfon was acquitted orVthe cliargo of murder, but found fuiltrbf high treason^' Sentenced to fifty years' penal s...
POLITICAL ORIGIN OF THE CRIMS [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
POLITICAL OHIGIN OP THE CRIMJbC * ? The Empire says : — We believe we are correct in stating, that the Government are in possession of abundant evidence to prove that the aqt was the result of deliberate political organisation and appointment, originating in Ireland ; and assum ing that the information is reliable and authentic, serious apprehensions are entertained that the next or succeeding mail from home may convey the intelligence of attempts to perpetrate corres ponding outrages in Great Britain. For obvious'1 reasons we are not at liberty to say mere. The S.il. /r«rafapubhshed additional telegrams from Windsor, Richmond, Mudgee, Grafton, Yass, Kiama, Wesi Maitland, Goulburn, Albury, Gundagai, Tamwovth, Melbourne, and Adelaide, reporting monster Indignation meetings, at the whole of which a universal feeling of horror at the event was expressed. In moat of the towns business was temporarily suspended. ' During Sunday and \ Monday several bulletins were issued informing the pub...
DEMEANOUR OF THE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
DEMEANOUR OF THE PRISONER. The prisoner, we understand, is extremely taci turn, and maintains th» most passive demeanour towards the gaol authorities. - - A writer signing himself Anglus, suggests that the government should diwputch a steamer to Point de Guile, to forward a telegram from tha Governor informing the Queen of the melancholy fact that the Prince has been shot, and assuring her of the auspicious progress of his recovery. -
From Monday's Empire. ALLEGED FENIAN SYMPATHISERS ON THE RAILWAY WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
'? ' —' ' Prom Monday's Empire. ALLEGED FENLs^H SYMPATHISERS ON ^HE BAILW.*.? VOSKa We regret to hear^ tfepre ia some reason to fear that an attempt will be made by a number of men employed on the Great Western Railway extension to !.!;-. . .... . ' ? ? » - have a funeral, procession on St. PatficVs Day, I in commemorution of the execution of tho^Pe- | nians at Manchester. The .men have been cau tioned by Mr. Higgins, their employer, and also ? by the authorities, against carrying their design into effect. We have been informed on an tiro- j rity whicli we cannot doubt; that Mr. Higgios has determined to discharge every man who attempt* . to take part in the demonstration ; and we be- ', lieve the Government are fully prepared to act if the design id not abandoned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
TOOTH'S EXIEAGT OF MEAT U highly commatodet by travellers as affording the matins of. oonvajtaifeUrga amount of meat food in a portablo form. No csfWaV should proceed to sea without a supply,.. ? V-. ' y ' U O. KJXOOS & Co., Newoastle. . i ,. , i r UPSCOHBB, Haitland. 481 .. , ^ LE\ra..Morp»th. \.;f BAUD. ON THE, 27th jftfNE, 1866, MOTEEWALLAH, a PrWUr, was convicted at tha Supreme Court, OaloutU, o¥ counterfeiting tka LABLEfi of Me*jrrs.CEOS8E AwLACKWELL, Iiondonxam .pr**1' sentenced t-4 MrAjhufice Phear, to WjW BlQOKQUS AnatiaONMENT I and on ibb Wtthof thejaaika. itibnlh for SELLING BPCrmOOB JttttTICLESL bdJbiA Eablos in imitation of JIossraAl 0HDS8E anL «lM3KWELL'S, Siiuik Bachoo wtkseiltonctttl, bvktho fNbdrban Magistrate at Sealdah, toywo Tub Baobous Ia\f imsonmbnt. Any o4i* Sbluko Nspuuious Oilmen's Stokes, undkr 0E- SSE & BLACKWKLL'S name, will ba liable to th - name puniilftnent, and will be vigorously - jjr-ja)ocutod Purchasers are repommunded to examine ftU...
LATE PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 18 March 1868
LATE PARTICULARS. On Monday, we (Chronicle) issued three extra ordinaries, giving the public the latest information respecting the Duke's health, ice. As many of onr readers will not have seen those slips, we republlsh them here. The first was issued from this office about eleven o'clock, on Monday morn ing, and was as follows : — has enjoyed $ refreshing sleep siuce the bullet was extracted. He is able to sit up this morning. Commodore Lambert has advised the Prince to proceed speedily to England, with the Galatea, to relieve the anxiety of the Queen and tho British nation. It is undecided what course will be adopted. The steamship Great Britain, which left Melbourne yesterday, will pro bably be the first vessel to take the news to Eng land.' . ? Mr. Thome who was shot in the foot is re covering. The ball has been extracted. It has been ascertained that O'Farrell hired a room near the Circular Quay, from which he intended to fire at the Duke upon his first landing. His design was t...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR. A REPLY TO MR. SNEDDON'S LETTER. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868
LETTER TO THE EDITOR. A KKPLY TO MR. SNliDDON'S MTTER. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. , .'? Sir — In your issue of luat Wednesday I saw u letter by Joseph imeddon (a small .storckcuppr at the I'.oreliole) in whiuli ho uroteiuU to be ;islonisliednt tlio chuige brought against lnrii l.yuio at tho I'otico Court, nml miys that no one who knows him would believe him to be guilty of such a dingmct't'ul act; butjiis conduct iu court during th'o time the case was bcini; investigated would show to a tliscerniug puhliu thitt hu wiu oapablo of doing supli an not. JJven when ho went to ask for a summons his rude and unmanui'ily conduot called forth a sevaro rebuke from the I}ench. ' And this. is thu man who uigliu for- justice horeultur, and while he uiiduavourit, as he Mi.va, to lay the real facts before tha' public, he makes quite different statoinuuts to theso made by him in court on the day of tho tiial. He si.ya I nbused him gave her evidence iu court, by baying it was half an h...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. Stealing Wearing [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868
POLICE IHTvELLIQENC^ - NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Mondav, Makch l(i, 1SI5S. Before H. Scott, Kiii., I'.M., anil .1. Uumiell, Esq., .T.P. . ' . ' ' Stcahiiri Wcarim/ Aitoartl. ? - ? ?Inscpli -Smith, miner, wild brought up, on remand, charged with stouliiijj curbiiu articles of wearing npimrel the property of uno Kllen Stein, of Minmi, nn the 31»t. Jan. l.tiit. Tho prisoner wax found guilty of the chaise, but in cou«idt'nitiuri of his having been iu thu lookup ten uuys hu wiu clisclun^ed. Using Profane Language. Andrew Dicksou was convicted, i.f using profane lunguujjo' in a pnMic place in Xewcastla, on tho previous day, and fincil 10s. or forty-eight hours in the lockup. Druuktiuitia. * Christopher Rook, labourer, was convicted of being (Irani: in IIuuUM'-Kticct, on the liith instant, mid .sentenced to pay ii tine of 10s., or be imprisoned in tho lockup for forty-eight hours. . - ? Charge of Vagrancy. Bernard Gallelaud, was brought up ou a charge of vngrnn ey. The prisoner promising to ...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. London. January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868
COMMERCIAL XEWS. London. Januarv 27. Mnnoy is plentiful and the demand is extremely moderate. Consols, SCJ to 9j|. Trade continues inactive, notwithaanding pluntitulneiir. of money. Money, li pur eout.-iu .the open market. Bank discount, i! pur cent. Tenders for the New South Wales loan wero opened on Jan. 14th. Tho niiniiVinm price wa3 fixed at £'!U 3s. AnasriiroKate of neurlv a' million and a Quarter was tendered for, of which nearly one million was above the minimum. Tho reconstruction of tho London Australian Agency Company is satisfactorily completed, under tho style of the London Australian Ageney Corpora tion, with a limited liability capital of half u million, in t'10 shares. ;? ; The barque Mary cleared at Charonte on tho 6th January, with a cargo of brandy, for Melbourne and Sydney.