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JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

.lAI'AN. Tho steamer Coquette has boon pnrchascd by tlio Japanese for S3.000 dollars. A sad accident occurred at Osaka, ono of tho ports oponod on the 1st Jan. A boat, convoying to tho shoro tho United States Admiral and his lieu teiiaur, was capsized in u heavy sea ; thu admiral, lieutenant, and ten of. the crew perished. Tho British Admiral narrowly escaped a similar. fato at tho same place. — ? *— * ''

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Address to Prince Alfred. — Mr. Docker moved the adoption of an appropriate addreBs to Prince Alfred, which, after it had been spoken to by Mr. Thomson, Sir W. Manning, Mr. Hay, Sir W. M'Arthur, Mr. Campbell, and others, was unani mously agreed to. Treason Felony Bill. — Mr. Docker moved tho suspension of the Standing Orders, in order that the bill might be taken through all its stages during the present sitting, and the Standing Orders were sus pended. — The motion was passed, and the bill was carried through all its stages, and eventually re turned to the Legislative Assembly without amend ment, and the Council adjourned.

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

COMMERCIAL AKD SHIPPiNQ IHTELLIGENCE. ? C O AL. Tho total export of coal this ww!c has far exceeded tho usual average quantity being 17,209 tmis, of whioh Sml were for Sydney, 4381 for Molbnurne, 2393' for'South Au» trali^ 250.'. for New Zcnlnml, 207 for Brisbane ; 1-KU tor Bombay, l:'.0U for lloiigkoiii;, :!0t» for fciunccaitm, »ad 8ii for Bteumers und home cousumjiiion. EXPORT op Coal from the Companies' Official Return's , ?for the week ending 20th .Uirch, 1SU3 :— . rs r~- »S C JZ 'S iS § ?= § 1 -s fe,o Tort Shipped to. ^ g J § 'i g §?- 4 ,S « ^ 3 -s 6 Sydney ? 322 414 410 318 1584 504 200 Molbourne ? 1935 ? ;.... 1000 7U4 230 330 Adelaide „ ? 424 375 215 700 ? Wallaroo ? 018 ? : ? Wellington ? 9-15 oftl ? Nobion ? 255 ? Oiinu'ti ? ' 202 ...*. ? .'... Lyttleton ? 477 ? Hrishane : ? ? 207 ? Bombay ? .' ? 15.17 ? Hongkong ? 700 ? G09 ? Luunoeston ? 300 Stemnors ? 04 137 189 ? ? Homo consumption. ISO 123 79 ? ? 25 ? Total ? 2531 074 1721 3915 3841 3091 ~830 Total exports for the wee...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

CHINA. An oarthqnako occurred at Formosa, causing much damaye, but no ships were lost. Honokoxo.— rA polico superintendent is to bo sent to Austr:ilia'4o procure horses for the. mounted force. A number of Europeans arc out of employ ment. Taxation and other grievances are attract ing attention ; the Chinese are leaving in thousands, disgusted with tho legislation of tho Governmout.

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE 'ASSEMBLY.' TllURSDAT, MABCH 12. Supply. ? Mr. Eagar moved the House ? into Committee of Supply. — Mr. Garrett asked the Government to go on with uome other buainew, and to postpone this order to a later hour of the . day. ? Mr. Martin refusing to do this, Mr. Garrett declared that the Government would gain nothing ? * lij-^tneir refusal, commenced to speak agaiiisb time, producing a number of newspapers, reading from them, and commenting on tho quotations made. He was proceeding with this address, when Mr. Martin announced that an attempt'had been made to assassinate Prince Alfred ; that it was hoped that he was not seriously wounded, and that the would-be assassin was lodged in Darlinghurst gaol. He moved the adjournment of the House, '.'add the motion having- been parried, the House adjourned. r ?' ' ' Friday, Mabo^ 13, 1868. I . The Attempted Assassination op the [? Dctke. — Mr. Martin rose, immediately upon the 'Speaker taking the chair, for the purpo...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FROil OltKVULE'S TEtEaRAJCCOJf J'AJJT. SYDNEY, Thursday, 3 p.m. Tho Treason-Felony Bill, which passed through all the usual stages in both Houses of Parliament yesterday oven, ing, received the axscnt of his Excellency the Governor,' on buuhlf of her Majesty, this morning. O'Fiirrell has refused to divulge the names of his iicom plicen, and expects no mercy at the hands of tho Govern . ment. Ho has stated that he delayed the attempt on the life of his Hoynl Highness longer than he ought to have dono, and thnt if he had refrained his own lifo would huve heen tlio forfeit Tho Government mo now satisfied that O'Farrell is a Foninii agent, and thnh his allegatidli that thn aKsnasination of the Prince was balloted for is not without foundation. Three policemen hnvo been dismissed, and three others suspundeii, for Fenian proclivities. Intelligence has been received by telegram, from Yass, of mu imrnuruuH muruur iii.timb uihwiuii, uii xiiuhuu^ uigiib, ut a squatter mim...

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INDIA AND THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

? INDIA AND THE EAST. . Tho Hocond batch of elephants 'for tho Abyssinian transport department has loft Bombay. ? The Atact Rnpaman,' a Bombay ship, was totally lost in a' cyclone near tlio Mauritius. ? Dr. Norman M'Leod preached his first sermon to n Calcutta congregation on Jan. 10th. Tho cadi balance at the Bank of Bengal is over £5,000,000. A meeting of tho depositors of the Asiatic Bank was hold in Bombav, at which it was resolved to take 8tep3 for bringing the wrongs of small depositors before tho Vicc-Chancollor of England. A fearful murder was eammitted at Ootacamund. The victim was Mrs. M'Dougall, widow of tho lato Major M'Dougall, of tho Bombay Army. The mur derer U supposed to bo a horsekeeper. A banquet was given to Dr. Norman M'Lleod and «Dr. Watson in Calcutta, on the 4th February, at which tho Viceroy was present. ' A fearful railway accident occuryod nearBufl'alo; fifty passengers were thrown down an embankment ; a heated stove rested on those who wero uppermost. All...

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POET'S C / n CD MY KATIVE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

. POET'S CORNER.,. . BIY NATIVE LAND. 1 I long to tread the heather on my own dear^intive hills, The flowery valleys idl twlo w and the little pebbly rills ; Togatbersacb bright bluebell frae its bonny banks and braes, The little footpath by it I well know how it lays. Oh, howl wish once more to breathe my own dear native air, 80 full of balmy fragrance andfreo of many a care ; To view the brilliant setting buij on Scotia's noble.sb.ore, To wonder in the glowing eve 'mid nature's flowery Btore. To meet within Jhat distant kirk when the Sabbath told its round. A loving, happy household by every link were bound ; To meet our own dear grandsire, the pastor of his flock, ' How beautiful is memory's hind, letracing each bright spot. Oh, land renowned for noble deeds, your sons so brave and, .Far-famed beyond the borders, beloved by royalty ; The noble Queen of ..England amidthee Bits her down. To eujoy|thy Highland beauties tho' Bhe sways the British crown. „ how I long to gather my belo...

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THE DUKE'S HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

THE DUKE'S HEALTH. The fallowing, official telegrams relating to the Princo's health were received during yesterday, at the Telegraph office : — . ' ' , So.ni, His Roy.il Highness did not Bleep as well as usual Inst night, but slept at intervals towards the morning, He is Buffering from occasional pains in the back and leg, but in all other respects his progress towards recovery is considered satisfactory. . ' Jamej* Youxg, M,D. . 3 VI Tn His Royal Highness continued to suffer pnin during the forenoon, from severe pains of a, nouralgic ?iliaructer in tho lower part of tha back and right leg. During tho last hour be lias folt cosier, and he is now inclined to Bleep. ' . jAjtEa Youjjo, M.D. ' ? itELBOUnirE, Friday. Mr. Fellows has not yet succeeded in forming a new Ministry. . ? , Mr. Aspinall, the celebrated banister, has beon retained to defend O'Farrell. ' Ho will leave Melbourne on Monday noxt. ? . ? ?

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

A.MHRKJA. A bill passed the House of Ropvosentatives de claring that no valid Civil Government exists in tho Stales lately jin rebellion, transfurinir nil uowers of removal and 'appointment iu those States under tho Reconstruction Act from tho President to the General commanding tho army, and making it high misdemeanour for tho President to employ tho ariny or uavy'to enforce the autlority of the present Civil Governments in rebellious States. l.m January 1-1, Staunton resmnca nis position ns Secretary of the*\Vai\ Department, General Grant voluntarily surrendering the keys on receipt of tho resolution, not concurring in , tho suspension of Mr. Stauutou. GeiriiriU Granf-hastiotilied to President ?fohnson that'his:;if;unctions as Secretary of War ad inifi'im ceased tlio moment ho received notice of actiin of the Senate. It is roported that President Ji hiiRton lws announced that ho will wane military oi dors tliri/Ugh General Grant instead of Secretary Staunton. Generals Grant and Sh...

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

SALES, MEETINGS, AMD, AMUSEMENTS. . iTHIS DAY. , Sale of 'drapery, bopts, bacon, and cheese, hay, corn fur nitiire, a now buggy, part ko., by Mr. J. 0. Bonarius, at his Auction Mart, Market Whnrf. at ten o'clock. MjOnday, MaKoic 23. Sale of ilraperj, 'boots, oilman's stores, ironmongery, jewellery, &c, &o., .by Mr. W. Whiteinan, at hia Auction Sloit, Waratah, at twelve o'clock. : -.' ' 'TUKsbAY,' March 24. Salo of supcriorliouschold fourniture.drawing-roomsuite, loo'tnhles, wardrobes, to., ko. A rosewood cnttage pinno to'rte'aiul guridries, by Mr. AV. K. Lnchhcad, at the residence of Captain O'Hugan, at eleven o'clock, ? Sunday, Mabch 22. Divine Services at the Primitive Methodist Church, AVurutnh. The Rav, J. Sharpe, of Sydney to preach at cloven a.m. and nt half-past six p.m., and tho new minister at three o'clook p.m. '' Mondat, JUnoii 23. Ten and public meeting at the Primitive Methodist Church, Waratah. ' -? . Tuesday, Mauch 24. Urdinntion Services of Air. T. J....

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

A II it 1 V A L K IE. £i *-? B ® ^ ^ A fi fii ? ADDITIONAL rAHTICCLAKS. In addition to Hu- vory full tolugmm of tho Eng lish news piiWishuil by us iu \\Vdnos(lay's paper, we now reprint from tho Hcmtd'H tolo-$iMiu such items as diil not appear in our own liiusaujje :-- ? Tlie Moititcnr sXatMA that tho attitutlo of tho Orcal ft Powers shows a uonourrenoo in tho pns.sjut coiicilia torv ami peaceful symptoms Franco has nnwisuil w »t li Russia for a dissolution of the Uouinuruial' Troaty wilh tho Mecklenburg Mount Vesuvius gave way during tho eruption, i ? ...«,. on Kniioiiu lin i»« I till tn t ill i*i (in Parliament re-iUMeniblerl on tho 14th Fob. Mr. Disraeli liitrofluce'il a bill for establishing a new tribunal fiu* tlio prevention of bribery. Tho measure was strongly opposed. Sir Stafford Korthciite stated that the Viceroy of . Enj-pt had afforded, every facility to the Abyssinian expedition. It is rumoured that Prosirfont Johnson intends demanding tho sottk'sno-.if, of tho Ahibain-...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

Tim Fenian Demosstratiok at Hokitika.— In our issue of Saturday last wo reprinted an article- on Fenianium published in the Hokitiku Cell, together with some particu J.'ira to mockfuneml,iio.,in commenioration of the execution of tho three Manchester Fenians. Later dates supply tho details of those procoediijss. The demonstration was in every respoot u tltoroughl^Fcninn one. and, the assemblage of people was addressed by the Rev. Father Lnrlun, Roman Cntjiolio Priest, in most seditious nnd treusoiinblcJanguugi-. He oba^i^teiised tho threo juch who were executed ut Manchester as ' Their nyjrtyrcd fellow couutryniun,' whoso souls he prayed ipight rest iu peace.tlieii- spirits being carried to the picsonce of tho eternal by choirs of angels. Thev died as they Hved.iu the bosom uf tho Catl'ioliu Church, and their lost words were Jesus and Mary. Let them hupo these nien would pray for them und poor, down-trodden , Ireland — that they would pray that they might bear tha miggoveruinont imp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

I Tho JiWre understands Hint, ui cniwenuenco of lnforma I «? n P.iPimuiiic-ilc.1 to tho (iiiverumont respeclm;? the con Imhb « liavo be-n dismissed, .u.d three or four ot hers «^Btol.-lwi-.Hii8 nil iuve,tuatiuu into the allegations bLS«»* OTarrell took lmlginK* 't Id, lr.iu.0 f^nmoiitli' -«-'... He paid Uis score .-e^lnrly for a tmi», f ,f nfterwi ids fell into nrrenrs. Itc was laH.M-l.v- vor.v m empen.t' In hi« Im1.it,. Ho left Mr. TivM.ey':, in lH-e. w'»re:.tlv in dobt. He v.-a- never soot; ti. li.ive Unarms Janvkiml iu Ins lumosMUM while at tb.,- Curieiicy «. Mr Tieniev li-w 8'4«» th' TJolonial - Secretary every mtur : J^to Si«e«ng'ti'K.im.ir» habits u...l di^osUio...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

WEST MAITLaND. . From. Thursday's Mercurji. . j Reception Committee. — This committee held its final meeting at theNorthumberland Hotel last even ing ; Mr. George Vindin occupied the chair. The minutes of the last; meeting were read and confirmed, ? and the secretary then road letters from tho Council Clerks of the boroughs of E. Maitland and Morpeth — the communication from the former stating that the secretary's application for a subscription towards the deficiency iii the funds should be laid before the Council at its next meeting ; that from the latter promising that the Morpetlr Borough Council, at its meeting uii xunau»y uu&i-, anuiiiu uu asKUU ror Xii us its, share of printing expenses, &c. The chairman stated that he, as treasurer, had,Jtogethcr with the secretary, gone carefully through the accounts, and found that the liabilities of the committee were £190 7s. lOd. ; he had received £50 from tho Agri pnltural Association, and £40 from tho Municpal Council o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

EXTRA ISSUE 'CHRONICLE' ran the outgoiso ENGLISH MAILS. On Monday or Tuesday next we shnll publish itit EXTRA ISSUE of the CURONIQLK fur trunsini&uoti by the outgoing Panama und Suez mails, which lire advertised to leave Sydney on Saturday, the 28th instavrt, arid Wednesday, the 1st of -April, respectively. This extni issue will be quite distinct from our regular issue of Wed nesday next, and will contain TWENTY-FOUR COLUMNS of news rnattor, embracing complete accounts of Prince Alfred's Visit to the Hunter, and the recent diabolical attempt to' assassinate his Royal Highness. ...... ( ? The price of each copy will be fourpenco. Papers intended to go by the lirst or Panama mu.il should be posted in Newcastle not Inter than the morning of Friday,' the 27th instant ? H.li. — As' we anticipate a great dsmand for the above, our agents and others would do well to Irt un know as eurly -ix 2^ossible how many copies they are likely to require.

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SHIPPING INTELLINGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

llPPING INTELLIGENCE. 1 PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ? '; | , . . AKR1VA1.S. ;-1 MABcn 18. i a Yangs (a. ), 474, Clark, from Sydney. W. H. AY liyte, } Uina (».), from Sydney. W. K. Lochlicnil, agent 3 suidra, neb.., 194, Edie, from Melbourne. Captain, jjtig March 20. ftalnco Edward, brig, 174, Brabham, from LyUleton. A. ifiSBiiii DEl'ARTURKS. I MB I 111 MAiicn 18. H9Knffhckbtnl (s.».) 531, SuwkII, fur Melbourne via Sydney, HfflfM'720 tons coal. K. B. Wallace, agent. MtBfmM'U Yangs (b.b.), 474, Clark, for Melbourne via Sydney,. lUSjii) 5-W tons «oal. W. H. 'Whyte, agent. {^?J -Kro (i.b.), 705, Logun, for Melbourne, with 700 tons coal iflwl IlOOpigs. K. H. Wallace, iwent. ' |M|j5l!Iec, brig, 253, Snvier, for Adelaide, with 419 tons coo]. HRTIW |ffffiowison , ngent. . llHlJItB' Kilsmnnseggo, brig, 229, Finhvyson, for Mel inHaihe, with 320 tons conl. R. H. Griersun, agent wm*M JlABC« I9 BUtttftMtinc, bq., 287, Boudier, for Shanghai, with 370 torn Uf §tji 0. F. Stokes and Co., agents. ?elMwnny. fh...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

LOCAL ITEIV5S. ' FEVrASISM IN' STDSKV.-rSrv'nTr.lNO ISl'OHMATIOIf.r-Uy reference- to our tele^iapbie iutcliixcace from Sydney, it will be «3en th.it O'l-'.irrull'ti aucampliccj in tho foul deed, which bus produced such a profound sensation iu the colony, are apparently thirsting for mure blood. A letter, it would ?fltfuni, has beuu received by the Covornnr, tho Jiarl of Bi1 niore, threatening to take the life of his Kxcellency and ulsj the lives nf ail his ministei-3. If the letter iiwrui^tiou be not .i ho:i.v, it Iuj d.mbtlea.: emanated from one. uf two Bourcos— either fiiini O'i-'an til's accumplicej or from sonm of the suspeeted tV.iinns recently disunssed by the Govern ment from tl-e police service. In cither o:uu the guilty writer of the letter ia no doubt prepared to carry his dia bolical threat into effect. Viewing tlie telegram in this liglii things have coinu to a pretty p:uii. It u to bo hoped the Govurinnent.will hoc all j-.v themselves to he frightened out of thoir duty ...

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LATEST BULLETIN. Thursday. 3 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

LATEST JHTLLETIX. ' ? * Thursd-iv. 3 a.m. It B. TT.' tho Duke of Edinburgh on rotii-ins to rest nt ? eight o'clock lust night felt somewhat fatigued by his exer tions during tho tiny, but since then has felt less pnin, nnd u now .sleeping tranquilly. ' ' .Tamos Young, M.D. A. Watson. ' ' William L. Powell. One of tho nliips of wiir now in harbour will snil for l'piut da Oallo sliortly, with despatches from his Royal Highness for Knglnnd, c ? The Empire says thnt, nt two o'clock, thiR (Thursday) morning, tho Duke whs not no well. Ho received more visitors than his strength would justify on Wednesday. ? With assistancef ho is able to' walk across tho room he , occupies. , i , Tlie Mayor of Ballnmt Has reooivod a threatening letter ? ; signed 'AKcninn.' At St. PutrloU's ball nnd supper, in Melbourne, there wero nlmut two hundred persons present. Mr. Oaviin Dutfy proposed the toast of 'Tlio restored henlth of Prince Alfred.' : It is proposed to oreot n monument to Princo Alfred in Sydne...

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MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

' ' ' ' M I N MI, . . - The people of .Mill mi huva iniicli ruiunn to thank yon for your kindness nml promptitude in foiwnrding telcgrauxfrqm timo. to time, thorob'y rulioving tho anxiety ho greatly felt by her Jlujusty'n loyal subjects here with respect to Princo Alfreil. Wo have lifctlo or no news for you. Jffijrorything hi'ru is vovy quiet tho nights and mornings ''igijimDC to feel n little brac ing. We had our distibt iiylice-om&Si- going his rounds on Sfonday, n-eking a party who hud neglected i-e'i-itaring tho birth of a ciiil.l. I think this is all X can suy this timu.

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