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CONFESSION OF O'FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

CONFESSION Of O'FARRELL. Tlio following, start ling confiission of tiro would-be assas sin of I'nncu Alfred upt-eared in Tliiuvday'sy/oviW: - Tile wi-otclieil iiUHonjant O'Fiu-rell lias liiien vihi tail in liis dell at Uarlin^'lmrst guol liy tint Culiinial Sucrubn-y (Mr. Piirkoa) and tho Speaker (if thu Leidxlritiv-e AHMcmlily (tlio Hun. \\\ M. AiuoM) to wluim, \va umlcrstanil, ho wiia very - coiiiiiisuiiciitivo. He stated that liu iiitcmtoil to Imvo sliot »t the Prince a second time ns ho liiy »u the ground, and then to hnvo shot himself, but was jirevuntud from doing so by the movement of Sir W. Manning. He titatcil, mnifover, that a written instrument hud beon rec-ived fivini tho hcndi (of diie::tut-t) of tin) l-'ciiian inovouiuiit (n Kepuliiio) ut homo, iliicctiiig tho execution of the i'lincc, nnd thnt ten ncrsona enteruil into a solemn eng.iL'unieiit to shoot him -in the.evimt of the lot fullint;' to him. The lots, the the iirMonur stutoil. wero drawn by u buy in the prusiniae...

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

New Music. I JUST P U/BL LISHE I)' — 1 Tho GALATEA ?WJ&, *7 & B- Theobald, (illtiBtrated) ; price, Se//filcime» can be had from Cnagm & Co.; Mr. Pa/fca/j; Mr. Maxted, Pilot Office; and of the Composer, /Chifrch-street, Newcastle. 509 Music and Dancing. MB. E. ? Ai/ N I N. G, late of JlaitlanOMsrtfpparcd to give leiwons in Music and Dancing of' tf/ Assembly Rooms, WatU Btreet, Newcastle. Terms, rludrrate. Apply to Mr. G. JOHNSON, between 9 a.in. and 4 p.m. 479 MR. AUDET, THR MANAGER OF the PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY, New. castle, bee* to announce tlttJie Jfas taken VIEWS OF THE LANDING OF Jifjt/H. THE DUKE OP EDINBURGH, and 8indU/0art«s de Visites (Stereos copic), and larjji viaws oMM/samc. AIm— Likenesses of jLfLU. the DUKE OF EDIN BURGH. . // Price : Views, Cortf de Visito size, Is. each. 678 PHOTOGRAPHY. IF YOU WANT A GOOD LTKE NESS, clear in every outline of feature and drapery, come to the PiicrrJokAPinc and Fink Arts Cou pant, as every attentio#ottd/fib object...

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

Notice of Removal. GF. O It G E~~iir C O R D Y , in returning hia sincoro thanks to the pulilio for tho liberal pitronago accorded to him during the post two yuarai begs to intimate that ho has II 13 MOVKD TO 1IIJNTJ3B-STKBET,. XEXT MfC KILGOUR'S,' Whero hn intends Opn/niff/in yjonuoetion with the Wheelwright andyCorfeXkriddiii;; iiudiuess, ( S-MITffl'S SHOP. Having nngaged tits .sorviiies . uf a flrst-aUss Shoeinj Smith fri.in Sydney, O. H. C. is now confident nt' giving 8ati9taetionto nil who may favourhim witli orders. Nute the Address — , GEOH(}Ji H. C011DY, Whoelwright, Co.iclibuildiir, and General Blacksmith, Oa'l Huntor-Btrcut. E'^T7t!?¥'JU^AJlTY, WRITE N RILSON; Ia tho Insolvent Estate of A. S. Paine, lata of Wallsend. ' N 0 T I (/h . All.partiksM/kbted to tub above Rotate ai*/*rfiiested to S«ttlc their Ac counts within Seven Dd/alAr fhoy will bo Sued for the same. If II jpyJDrdorof * ' It. H. SEMl'irjt, ? Oiliciul Assignee. W. K. Ijochhead, Agent, Noweastle. Cty . In the In...

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O'FARRELL IN GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

O'*'A!:iii-:r..r- in oaol. The Jiminrp. ot Wednesday says: — Wo arc in formed that (J'Fnmill wus yesterday visited by tho Colonial .Secretary and Mr. Arnold, und that ho Rtuted to them tnut his lloyal Highness tlio Duke would have beon tired at by him on two' occasions pruvioiiii to his doing so at tlio picnic if hu had not been restrained out of consideration for tho lives of others. On tho liwt occasion ijo levelled, his ruvol vor at tlio Duko, but did not lire beuuusuihis Excel lency the Governor inight probultly jiuvo been sirmsK ; ana on tno secoua occasion, Lura .^ijwry wai iu the way. Tho prisoner is, wo understand, by no menus reticent about what wow his intentions, aud from what motives ho noted ; although wo be lioro hu has not said anything to cciminatu any accomplice, or to indicate that he has accomplices in Sydney. The Catholic clurgy in Sydney havo denounced tho ? seditious writing which has lately appeared in;the JfrceuitritSa Juuniul. ? '

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THE ASSASSIN O'FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

THE ASSASSIN O'FAUHELL. Tho Melbourne Argm of Friday publishes tho following particulars with reference to O'Farrell, an abstract of which, wo received, by telegraph from Melbourne on Saturday, but withheld its publica tion ns the preliminary examination was then un finished : — Readers will see by the Sydney telegram in an other colu-am, that tho man by whom the assassi nation' of Prince Alfred was attempted, is named H. J. O'Farrell, or H. F. O'Farrell. and it is stated (?nut* ilu WUS UIOMIUI bU II IVLUIUOUIUU nuilvlliUl. PJUIIIU particulars relative 'to tho Victorian career of this man will no doubt now bo interesting. Tlio solici tor, his brother, wus P. A. C. O'Farrell, who suc ceeded sovqrnl years ago in making himself a very notorious name in Melbourno, and who decamped from the 'colony soon after the termination of the libel uot'iou Hanify v. O'Farroll, leaving behind him a reputation which subsequent discovorios havo not tmided to rehabilitate. His brother, H. J. O'Far rell...

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From Wednesday's Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

From Wtdnvutay's Papers. Wo are again glad to bo able- to state that lhn bul letins from Government House continue to uonvuy «ptfellu;|nee of t^s n\pst cheering description relative , t« tlio^prog^es3 ni0dS\f%dmi iloyal-pnticut towards recovery. An oxamiuation of tho wounds was made yesterdaj' by Drs. Young and Wutsun, and tlioy found both— that indicted by the bullet, and that caimed by tho extraction of tho linden missile— wore healing very nicely. His Royal. Highness wus en ablod to sit up a considerable portion of tho iluy yes terday, nnd in the afternoon hu spentsoine hours in tho drawing-room. Ho was snilicimitly recovered, moreover, to bo nhlo to write a letter. The- Galatea band wus again on shore performing on the lawn. It is also .satisfactory to know that tho latost in telligence respecting Mr. Thorno' vuprosunts tlib-b gentleman as progressing favourably. Wo are informed that tho unhappy prisoner, O'Farrell, now awaiting his trial, had lotters ad dressed to him to tho ca...

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From Thursday's Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

J-'iiim TliiintJitii'a J'c-)ir.i. i Tho intense alarm and nppruhousinii which cere evinced by the people in the city, and indutid thn igli put tho colony, during tho two or throw days suc ceeding tho murderous attempt upon tho' lifo o! tlio Princo, are gradually siibsidin;,', us suluifuotory re-, poi-ts of the progress towards recovery made by tho royal patient meot tho public eye ; but a consider able amount of anxiety continues to lie manifested, and tho sad att'uir i.'t mill the general topic of con versation ainoiijf all classes of the peoplo ; while everything else is regarded as of secondary impnrt HJItiU ft/ bltv itlbUJllCIICU UfJll VVJC'l I III bilU J{ll(V*t* I'llllU tins from Governmuut House. His Koyul Highness wns suinciontly recovered to rise eurly in the fore noon of yesterday, and he spent a considerable time in tho Billiard Hooui, which commands an excellent viow of the Onluteii und the othor ships oE war . lying iu tho harbour, together with the »ihto muling scenery....

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ATTEMPTED MURDER OF H. R. H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. PRELIMINARY MAGISTERIAL INTO THE CHARGE AGAINST HENRY JAMES O'FARRELL, AND STATEMENT BY THE PRISONER. Compiled from the Herald and Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

ATTE.M PTE 1) M U 111) E R OK II. n. II. THE DUKE OF EDINBTTEGH. PRELIMWAKY MAGISTERIAL IXQtflKY INTO THE CIIA11OE AGAINST IIENEY JAMES OVF A ii 3. E L L, AND STATEMENT BY THE PKISOXEX. Compiled from tlte Iltrald and Empire. Wo aro glad to be ablu to Htate that Ins Royal Highness the Duke uf Edinburgh continues to pro gress favourably. Satisfactory bulletins wura issued during the day yesterday, anil at eight o'clock hwt niifht, Dra. Young and Watson favoured us with a statement to tho effect that his Hoyal Highness had sulticieiitly recovered to unable him to sit up. Ho continues to sulfur occasionally from pains in tho seat of tlio injury, but no approhousious are at pro sent entuvtained of any sovioua result. Ho sat up severnl Iioum yusterJay, and during tho afturnoou lie had the Galatea band on s'uoro performing on the lawn. \ There were several rumours in i-ao city yesceraay in reference to Mr. Thornu, but it is satisfactory to know thnt, up to last evening, he was impressing f...

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LOYALIST LEAGUE FOE NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

A LOYAXTST. LEAGUE FOE NEW SOUTH WALES. Is our lust issue we miggested that, to mark the genuine nature of the loy:il expressions one hears on all sidus since the occurrence of the late pain ful ovent involving liw Royal Highness Pnnce Alfred in imminent danger, something more uni yemil than a partially-signed address, and some thing more endurable than nn indignation meet ing should nflbrd every true Australian mi oppor tunity' of testifyins: the .lasting natui-e of his: loyalty aiul his ituslu'.kable attachment to the XMlbUill XIII^HIC. J.IJC Illiuhlicj IHl 1UI lllillllijr lu-liu iiddress, however happily frnmed, and the llcet 'in«f oliaractur of an indignation meeting, however numerously attendod, arc, we think, in themselves Kuttioieut reasons why some such course as we propose should be adopted. We would suggest, then, that a movement bo set on. foot by some of our leading native-born Australians to initiato the formation of a 'Loyalist League,' whereby that union, which is str...

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

Hom.oway*.s 'OlNTilENT.— Outaneons Kruptions in In fanoy. — No atfecMonn of the skin aro more frvipichtoi' more I aunoyinjj; to 'child, en and nursea than thuirritatini; cliuUag with which fat childrun art) constantly aKIictud. Mo great ia often the irritatioii that low fuvor sutB in, tho whole jdciu bucomes iuftamol, and tho helpless littlosulfurur falls into cunvulHioaa. Hollowuy's ointment cliouhl be in. every nursery ; its application cools mid soothe* the. inflamed parts, hucuring peace to tho we.iriod nurse, nml onso to her clamorous charge,- which worn .out with oryiug, soundly sleeps. This preparation is ui|Uidly. olfectivo m rod gum, tooth-rash, ornckod-ciira, aud nil infantile diseases, whether general over the whole body,' or contined to the head; nose, or ears.

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LATEST BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY, 3.45 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

LATEST DULLETIK. Wkiine3Uay, 3.45 a.m. H. R. H. the Duke of Edingui-gh has passed a fair night, and continues to progress fauourably. / . James Young, M.D. William L. Powkll. Tho special sitting of the Supremo Court, in 'its criminal jurisdiction, appointed for next week, will be presided over by his Honor Mr. Justice Cheoke'. Tho business .of tho Court will'bo conducted in pre cisely the same manner us at any ordinary sitting. The object of summoning a Inrgor jury panol than usual is^simply to afford a wider latetudo for chal lenges on both sides.

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

CRICKET. . '' ' A match between two elovena of the Alborta and Young Australian. Cricket Clubs was played last Saturday, on St. John's ground. Lake Macquarie Itoad, and resulted, in an easy ..victory for the Alberts, with thirty runs to spare. It appears that the Young Australian!) bad challenged tb play fifteen of the Alberts with eleven of their players, a chal lenge, h'oweVor,' whidli'Was declined by tho latter, who. believed themselves quite equal to- their oppo nents with equal numbers ; irhd it certainly appears from the result that, instead of. tuJking,- the Alberts could give a few extra men to' the YonngrAustra lians iu order to make the game a little equal. The score is as follows :— '' ' . ' Albkut.s^' — A. Rodders,1 run out, It ; J. Dalby. 1.. J'. Trncy,' 0 ; J. Dart, b. Gleiinie, 1 ;' James Hoguo, li. Glennie, 0 ; !?'. Niold, c. J. Miller, b. Glcnuie, 0 ; T. Hogue, b. Gleimiu, 3 ; J. Fagan, b. J. Tracy, 9 ; John Hoguo, l.b.\v., b. Glonuie, 21 ; -A. Donald, b. Glunnic, 1...

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O'FARRELL'S ANTECEDENTS AND CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

O'FARKELL'S ANTECEDENTS AND CONDUCT. A good deal of information has roachod us respect ing the antecedents, conduct, and habits of O'Farroll. TIhb information is for the most part derived from conversations which our informants havo held -vith him at different ,time3 during tho last two months. Many of tho statements he made woro contradictory, and it is probable that little reliance ought to be placed on anything ho asserted. Ho stated that ho arrived iu Victoria when very young, and that about twenty years ago, that is, in .1848, he wns sent to Franco by his father, under the care of a French priest, who was proceeding to Europe for the purpose of getting a translation of tho Bible, which had boon mado at a Caholic missionary establishment in Now Zealand, printed iu the Maori language. After this work -had- been accomplislisd at the Tinperini Press in Paris, O'Fnrroll visited different European capitals and resided some- tiinu in both Prussia and Austria, but in what capacity ho d...

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DEATH IN THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

' DEATH IX THE HOSPITAL. ^Ye regnit to ha've to announce tiiat the unf'irtu nate 'Lid, Wondall, who happened with a Herioiw ae- ?. cident at Port Wuratuh' a f,t»- linys ago. died in tlio Ui)S|iital on .S-.iiKlay laat. At the iuquasc held ou tho ; follmviiii; day, the following particnlai-s were elieiteil. | Daniel ?lauieM stated that, lio was wharfinger nt Port j Waratah, in the employment of tho WarataU Co.il | Company. Tli^ douaased was hia nephew, rlu was driving a hor.ie on tho bnllnst wharf on Monday week for Mr. Uussell. On the following Tuesday ho was driving a horse shipping coppur-ore out of tlie ship JMoouta. Witness did nut see liiui meet with tiic accident, but on tiiddaj* that it happened witness was workiii!-- on Ihc balliut wharf. Whilst so en gaged ho huard Rome ono soreum, aud on goinij over he found the dece.utcd lyin^c ou a hatchway ou the wharf. He was told a wa'.;tjou had passe'd over him. Witness had the deceased removed to tho Newcastle Hospital, where hu'diod...

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

? /rilE(I.KNTO-f Tnoup^.— These ronownnd acrobatic) por foriu'iM's bave been playing at the Assembly [looms since WeilneK.lay niijlit. Tho .ut tendances wore not large, al though thu entertainments wero well worthy of patronage. Tho troupe gavu their dual performance last night. They start for tlio oountry to-day, but will be. back iu Kewcnsllu iu a week or twi-, ,. . DKl'.umntK ok T.IK ltEV. C. OliDEM. — Wo bug to eall tho. attention of our readers to tlm advortincincnt. in another column, nuiinuucing a public tea meeting at the Wcsleynn Chuich, on Gth April... Thu licv. Charles Olden willpv-!aoh his farewell sermon 'in tho church, on th.o Q^bhnti) evening pruvious, ami tlm tea moetinu' aU-oi\i'iy referred to will par. titko of a videdlotnry olmraaler ; bitt we hope to bo in poa beision.of rsQ.r^ information by next issue.

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DISTRICT NEWS. B0REHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FROJt OUR CORUESl'ONDENTH. B 0 R-E II 0 L E . ' .'?' PKnHSTBlAMlRM.— A nintoli for £5 asido.-hris heen made -between . I ohn Hester;_of this placo, and Alfred Crocker, of Lalie Alacrpiarie ltaad'; the uiatoli to ho run on -Monday, Koniewl.oio near the AgKonltuml Hotel. PlitMlTivG.MeTiloui.su. — This body of people, we undor stooil, wero intending to establish a branch of thoir con noxion iu this place, but if such be their intention we think they will have to use more efforts than' they aro doing nt present. Wu hea.d from good authority, that the project is to' 1« abandoned ; if this roi'dly lio' tho case, it snows but vet}' little poi severance. Which, I nsk, is tho most uiothodistical plan —to retnin a place such as nVinlli'j fin fhnit' iiliiii M'lini'n twit, nuirn tli'iti n ilnvnn n-in Kt» fomiii tb preuoh to, bosides being an out-of-tho-way place ; or a pluco like this, wlioio many listunein uiRy bo found, without having to s|'ioml a day or half iv day to reaoh it...

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THE NEW TREASON AND FELONY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

THE NEW TREASON AND FELONY ACT. It is well that tho public at larga throughout the length and breadth of tho colony, should have their attention specially called to the vui-y stringent pro visions of tlie ne\f Act for the butter suppression and punishment of seditions practices and attempts. In other parts of this issue it will bo semi that tho Trea son and l'Y-lnuy Act is nuw the law of the laud, and ptH'Hons violating any of its enactments aro liable at any moment to be arrested and marched oil' to gaol. We have before us a copy of the Act in full, but owing to the wniit of space and timo wo aro unable either tr\ v.in,', M f. 't.liil Af-f i^a.ilf i\t* tn wwii'ii ? om /i,.t.rit.t,l synopsis of the same. Under these circumstances Wo avail ourselves, of tlio following digest of the Bill from a Sydney contemporary : — Jn its leading features it i.i based upon the Treason-Felon f Ant, passed by tho Imperial 1'arliiimeiit lit a timo of great poliu-.'.tl convuUiim, in the year 1818 ; but...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 21 March 1868

DEATH. FREWIN. — On the 20th inst., at her residence, Burwood, the beloved wife of ARTHUR MORGAN FREWIN, aged twenty- eight years.   The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1868.

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

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION 8OMi»ANT. Jt steam rp yyjijrKY.' *y MONDATand THURSDAY Mornings. f -. GEOEGK TULLY4 CO., Agents. Hunter Eiver New Steam Navigation COMPANY. RETURN TICKETS. ? ? PROM THIS/DATE, RETURN TICKETS mil be is*i/dyavailabl» for one week, to passenger* by any of nl yH.R.N.S.N. Compauy's tint-class steamers, at the foUAwing rates :— Baloon ...//-?-- 25a. Steerage ? 1B». GEORGE TULLY * CO. Newcastle, Fob. 19, 1808. ? 415 NOTICE. mHE NEW AND POWERFUL J. STtAM TJBGS WA R HA \tM -5j MYSTER Y, fitua with Diseonncoft/glBuginpB, Patent Featuring Floats, &c, is now uwilulfo for Towage purposes. No. 2, Morryatt'u Colo, vtll roceivo prompt attention. For rates and otherJp'artieular*, apply to JAMES DEANE& CO., Agents., 598; . Newcastle. PA N A M A, nW ^b£: L A N D. AUSTRALMN.ROYAL MAIL COMPANY . (JgJHrreri.) Stkim to ENGLAND, CALIFORNIA, and NEW YORK via PANAMA, in conjunction with the Steamships of tho Royal Mail StoaraPncket Company of LONDON, and Paci...

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ATROCIOUS MURDERS AT CONROY'S GAP [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

atrocious mttrdeks at conroyfs / '-gap.'- ?'?'? ? ' ? ? ; Prom the Yass Courier. i vA. series , of the most- atrocious, and bloodthirsty murders hhjis'ever .been' our lot to record, was per petraj^d atT'a- part :,. of the Southern Boad, known as Obnrpy's' Gap, ; about sixteen miles from Yass, ,on Tuesday night, the ISth, or Wednesday morning 'the 18th inst. ?? Not fewer than five persons in suc '.cession'fell victims to * tho inhmnan monster; who. was a shepherd, and for the past six months has been in the employ of John Convoy, a squatter, and an. elderly ruad^.who is one of those so brutally, miir- - dored. The live persons who have boen so terribly deprived of/life are John Conroy, his wifo,a young man named Sihith, a-^ shepherd named White, and another slu)pherid,name unknown. ' ; ?'.The murderer is a ticket-of-leave man, named WilliaAi Munday or Collins. He is a little, spare, wiryra.c'tiye;lobking person, and is not at all of a re pulsive appearance. At the inquest/held'on Thu...

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