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FEARFUL CALAMITY DROWNING" OF THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON . THREE OTHER PERSONS. Monday. March 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

1. FEARFUL -CALAMITY. :/:i ? 'i rDKOWION'C? OF THE BISHOP bFvGHAFTON AND 1 1-.--.'' . , , .THBEB OTHER PKKSONS. I .. ' /From the Oration Observer, 'Mafcli 16. ) '*'. Is. ?1!1- ' i ? ,' .-? .. Mdndav. March 16. '? I»;Jiye3tevdtiy. (Sundiy) evening, the/.Bisu'op jof, I GraftoQ and Armidale preached a very .eloquent' fr-Mrmoritoa*browded congregation in. the church' ?''at' Graftaii,' on the s^it-jec,t of the TJnjuat Steward,* 1 in the 16th chapter of St Luke's Gospel.' He I drove .to church in his carriage— apparently with I'' the'intention , of returning home by the same I' means '—.but. for what reason we cannot say, de Ij termined to l-eturn home in his boat? with otlier. * niembora of tho family. These;.wero tw;o foraala I s°r.vauts, Mr. Brown, Tiyi aon, - and 'Mi\ James '. | CVeigliton. The distance between the place from' I' -which they started to the upper end of Elizabeth I Island is about two miles, and* as the'r unsaed tliia III' lt(-iut of tho island tho Bishop, who was stee...

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TREASON FELONY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

.;,.,.-.*. .TREASON FELONY ACT. In tho Legislative Assembly, on Thursday, 'Mr. Suras said ho wislied to:ask the lion, the Attorney general a question, without notice, in reference t6 8»0. Treason Felony Act, _whiqh was paused by^ the House on the previous day, and which was oftmuch Mpoitauco to tlie newpaparf press of the country. Ho was quite aware of tMf languago of the Act ro ipecting tho publication or sale of matter which was considered to bo seditious, but ho'ihought that the JvQn._gontloman should say whether he wouldtreat is seditious tlioir publication in the colo'niar'press, perhaps for tho purpose of being reprobated, of ex Iracts from English or. foreign papers of a seditious proposed, to dual with parties who sold in the colony imported newspapers or books containing matter iwhjch* might possibly be, seditious within the' mean pAJK'of-tne Act.— Mr. Martin,- in reply to the ques Sion of his lion, frieud opposite (Mr. Burns) said, Ithat the salo of foreign newspapers or o...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY THURSDAY MARCH 19.1868 [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

? PARLIAMENTARY K 'LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY/ ; '' \ ' I * 'TtirHsriAV. 1\I\HCH 19. 18GS. '? ff eduction isthbExpendituke. — Mr. S. Brown fried ioknow whethtr-the reduction of £ 10,000 [I nnuth, agreed to by thottpvernment for January ft -February, was- to be carried out through the If uining muuths of th^year.— Mr. Martin said r| ; tho House had granted a Supply' for two months § tho basis of tho expenditure of last year, less f ,000 per month, but, in accepting this, tho Go I lment had made no pledge to curry out a similar iction through tho .year. The Government, , ever, had made many reductions, and were pre ad to niako others as cases might arise to justify Jen, . .These Would be mentioned at the proper le! Other reductions would also probably,? bo ved by private members, many of which would assented to by tho Government, wnetner an se reductions would reach.theamouut specified — 20,000— lie was not prepared to say. — Mr. Samuel uld-liko to know what the'Government intended I knocki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

: Hollowatl's Pills.— Impure blood— There is but one disease— the fountain of all others — bad blood ; there is but one infallible remedy for the evil — Hol- lowayjs pills. , The blood ia the life of life. There can be nothing in the system permanently or radi cally unsound while that vital fluid is perfectly puro and rightly tempered. Firm flesh, a brilliant com plexion, a quick and powerful digestion, an elasti city of the animal Bpirits, and a consciousness of health and strength, are a tow of the inunmorable advantages|attending on purity of blood — a blessing which every one can obtain who will take freely these estiinnble pills. FOUNIMMJJHKlfORTH SHORE Boaob, TWO SKtBarbe owner can hare the «Bme by paying uxpansos. rSi^t claimed in Sevan ? DayH, will be SOLD to defray expehieB. THBMITH, 671 ? ^ftdlgrtom. E^»«g\A^KOWN COBH OUSB, ON ? FnSSffi&ameQU^Bat, from Newcastle, branded H5I noar shoiildor. TheStedcr returnine same to WOOD READETT, Soliuitor, !-§*«?*%, will bo ro w...

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SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS' THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

SALES, MEETINGS, AND AMUSEMENTS' ' THIS DAY. ' ' ' Tea and public meeting at the Congregational Church, to- welcome the Itov. T. J. Popper. Tea at six o'clook, THTDIISDAY. Fortnightly meeting of the Band' of Hopo, at 7.30 p.m. The Kov. Thomns Gninford will deliver a lifCture. Miss M. E. Aitken'sentortainment at tho.City Hall, at 8 p'.m. ' ' , . ' FRIDAY. Exonrsiou by steamer Commissary-General to Lime-' humor's Bay, at 2.15 p.m. ? . ?- Quarterly parade No. 3 Battery Volunter Artillery^ Friday evening, 6 o'clock. ,' '

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

WALLSEND. Tha amalgamated Friondly Societies held a publio tea meeting in the English liuptist Chapel, on Monday, the 16th inst., whioh was kindly lent for the occasion, and a goodly number partook of the good things that wero pro vided for them by Ur. R. Jones. After tea, the people went to the Knglish Protestant Church, where a grand concert was given by thu Wullsend Pliilhurmonio Society. The proceeds of the outertainmout are to be handed over for a charitable purpose. The first piece on the programme for tho evening's performance, was an orerture, by O. Hugarth, which was warmly applauded. The solo und chorus, ' Blow ye the Trumpet iu Zion,' was highly appreciated. In fact, the seventeen pieces that were sunj roccived marks of the warmest approval on the part of the, audience for the efficient manner in which each one took' their part, showing clearly that th« performers wtrs thoroughly masters of the ninny hard aud difficult pieces which they had selectod for.tho evening's ente...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY. Monday. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

LATE ST I NT E L LI 6 E N 0 E 1 WIO3I OBEVII.IE'S TSLKQRAX COVTXXT. ? '? SYDNEY. Monday. 7 v.m. ' The Assembly is debating Supply. Mr. Robertson has given notice of his intention to iiitro duco a Bill for tho amendment of the Land Laws. -. A man has been xrrcsted who was lately heard to declare tbat he would finish the Prince when he had a chance. It is reported that the policemen dismissed are Sergeant Steelo and Messrs; M'Glone and Lyons. -The inquiry into tho Customs Department was finished on Sivturdoy. The result is not yet known. / Tho threatening lotter received, by his Excellency the Governor last week, through the post-office, boro only the murk of the Sydney office. ' , Mr. Hill, tbe elocutionist, is delivering, under the .aus pices of - the Council of Education, a series of lectures on ' Brain Printing.' . ' ' . ; ' : '; Sir. Hoskins is- drawing good houses at the -Prince of Wales Theatre. ' Mr. H. Priest! v Quotes besUucerne hav. rffl £3 to £3 10a. 39 ton ; Hunter Kiver ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WARATAH [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FMOM OUR COIUtESPONDENTS. W A J? J W A IT ' ? News. — The people of Warutah have much reason to tliunk you for your kindness iu forward ing telegrams from time to time, thereby ltjliev iiiff tho anxiety so greatly felt by her MajeatyV loyal subjects here, respecting his Royul Highness Prince Alfred. — The Japanese Troupe. paid ur a visit oa Saturday night, at Mr. l)awsoii'a As sembly Rooms. The performance was wonderful, especially the top-spinning. They gave general satisfaction, und are. not to be beaten iu their own particular line. The room was crowded to excess. Trade. — The coalmines are working better. 1 have heard the men are going oil' to their work at two nud three o'clock in the morning, and everything seems to be getting brisker here ; I trust it may continue. T2A Meeting. — The tea meeting on Monday night was a great success, but as your own re porter was present 1 need not enter into details. The meeting was one of the bust attended and most spirited I h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

EXTEA ISSUE ot tub 'CHRONICLE' ? JOR THB OtJTQOlNO ? ENGLISH MAILS. N. O . W R E A D Y, . An EXTRA ISSUE of the Newcastle QURO N1CLIS, for tmiisniUHum by the outgoing Suez iinJ Punainn mails, which are advertised to. leave .Sydney on Saturday, the 28t}i instant, and 'Wed- nesday, the 1st of A pril/respf jjtively. ? Thia extra was published yestenlay, and contains '- TWENTY-FOUE COLUUNS ? of news matter, em\-racing complete accounts of i prince Alfred's .Visit to the Hunter, and -the ] recent diabolical attempt to assassinate his Royal Highness. ? ?\---p''''''r- ?'?'??. '*-*' 1 The-piico of each oopyis foubpesce. : ,We wbuld-iteihiad our readers that thte first maiL,«t3i3uez, leaves Sydney ou Saturday next, the'28th inst.,and that papers going from New castle must be posted on Friday morning, or at the latest, Friduy ufternoon. ..' The Pauama mail, Tin New Zealand, will be dispatched on Wednesday next, the iirat of April, f Letters or. papers in tended for that mail, must 1-e posted ...

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RECOVERY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

RECOVERY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. : His Royal Highness theDuke of Edinburgh continues stea dily to regain strength, and his progrenu towards perfect' recovery is us rapid as tho most sanguine could expect. During Saturday ho suffered slightly from neuralgic pains in his back and right leg. Iu the afternoon lie listened to, the performances of the band of the Galn'tcn. Yesterday his Royal Highuuas, having enjoyed a. good night's rest, rose early. ' He was almost free from pain', aud ho wu* strong enough to walk from his own apartment to tha drawing room without assistance. In the afternoon he spent an hour and a half in u bath cliuir, in which ho was carried round the ground*, andhe would have taken longer outdoor exerciso hud not tho rain prevented. Dr. Young still re muins in immediate attendance upon his Royal Highness, ami hitherto also liavo Dr. Powell and Dr. Watson. Tha Prince, however, is so far recovered that a portion of the mouiiai scan win, in luiure, ...

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AUSTRALIAN MEAT. MORT'S FREEZING PROCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

AUSTRALIAN MEAT.. MORT'S FREEStKO PB0CE33. The project for shipping a trial cargo to England of meat, preserved by the process known as 'Mort's' is likely to be carriedoutbefote very long, if we judge by the/interest evinced in the subject by several of the iuosfc innueutial gentlemen of the colony. The subscriptions already announced amount, to' nearly .£4,000, and this mm is daily on the increase. It is a matter of congratulation to all whose patriotism or profit make them feel desirous of tho success of this movement, to see how thoroughly the colonists have at last become awakened to the fact that there is 'no' absolute necessity. why sheep tljateafe now selling at four or five shillings ner head should always remain at that ruinous price, or ev'eri be sacrificed at a lower one, and that cattle should be killed for the sake of their hides, horns, and hoofs. It is, we. repeat', a cause for mutual congratulation, that the eyed of our squatters and hera-ov.-nets should at length be...

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ASSASSINATION OF H. R. H. PRINCE ALFRED. Saturday. March 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

ASS ASSINATIO N H. B. H. P1UNCE ALFRED. Saturday. March 21. A Government Gazette Extraordinary issued yesterday, contains the resolutions passed and addresses adopted at the various publio meetings held throughout the colony to ex press indignation at the attempt on the life of hisRoyul Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, and sympathy with bin Koyal Highness in his sutferings consequent on tho wound he reoeived at tho hands of the ussassin. The same OiKiltt also contains the general reply of his Royal Highness, which will lw raid with delight through the length and breadth of Austr-ilasia. It is as follows : — ' Government Houso. Svdnev. ' l'Jth Match, 1868. ' I have received with sincere gratification these nume rous addresses, und desire to return my wurm thanks for the expression of sympathy which they contain. ?'Tho cowardly not of one individual luu not, in any de gree, shaken my conlidouco in th» loyalty of the people of thin colony towards the Thronp and person of herMajoity, or ...

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WARATAH PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

WARATAH. PPJMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Special services, in connection with. the unni versary of the above church, were held on Sun day and Monday lost. On the first-named day the Ilev. J. Sliarpe, of Sydney, preached in the morning and eveuing to. ' largo and attentive congregations. At the. close of each service a collection ' was .iimcie, and a fair amount was realized. On Monday evening an excellent tea was provided in a booth; erected on the vacant ground alongside the churfh. Tbe weather be ing iiuoa large number of people attended, and the tea -was a great success. Altogether fully ? 200 persons must have-itt~u'own. The booth iu ! wiiicu me reiresunieiiE wmh aw out uuusi»iuu ui u wooden framework; ,oofered in ut tho sides and on the top with green boughs. Tlie inside was . very tastefully decorated with Chinese lanterns, nnd a1, large ..quautity of beautiful flowers. The general effect produced was exceeil ingly good, and reliected much credit on those gentlemen- under1 whose H...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. Magisterial Inquiry. — An inquiry was held on ; Monday, nt the Washington Inn, Stockton, before' Helumis Scott, Esq., P.M. (the comner, J. 11. Piercu, Esq., being too unwell to attend), touching the tloath of Tommy Gordon* an aboriginal, who was found dead at Stockton, on thu 23rd instant. From tho ovidonce it appeared that deceased was a nutive of the Paterson, and was one of' tho number who attended the aboriginal feast in Sydney. Whilst in Sydney, it appears tlmt Tummy drank more grog than was good for him, und consequently brmiglit on a tit of delirium tremens. The evidence of Dr. Kuajjgs was to the effect, that he had examined deceased, who, t.i all appearance, was botween forty - five to fifty years of age. The doctor was of opinion that deceased suffered from delirium treuiens, and had diud from the effects of exhaustion and expo sure. The magistrate's verdict was :— ' 1 find that the decoased, Tommy Gordon, died on the morning of the 23rd of March, 18G3, at Stoc...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

ilil'PPINQ INTELLIGENCE. SSI ? ? ? ' lUJ POUT OF NEWCASTLE. jjjjL ? ARRIVALS. ' )M March 21. [E|ftJW« I^inB (»?)? Creer' from Sydney. W.K. Lochhtnd, HII JUdy Emma, brig, 128, H'Eaohem, from Sydney. B. B. HBi|JGriSpSgM'iJ, brig, 143, Frodshatn, from. Sydney. A. Iffii JjiOTi? Brown, Bch' Vs0' Browh' '«'»' Sydney. -: .C. F. [||1{ fenttf h: sSEwriU, V7om S ydnev. G. Hewison, mwF - ™j*; - ? miU.IJir''' b'S- 244- Monlton^Trom Lyttleton, 4th inst. «R iKLin' antUono, bq., 2C2, Hydej#rom Wallaroo, 2nd in»t ?fi JfflEUon Castle, bq.. 328, Limmax, from Sydney. C. F. Mil Liiokes and Co., agents. ? _'_,,„.', ttSt JMSea Bird, sell,, 155, Walters, from Sydney. B. B. Wai. Hnti Ifstormbird, icb., 90, Heatheratone, iroin Sydney. C. F. Mfftf jjPhUli? brig',' 230° Lakie, from Sydney. G. Hewiion, HKlT'1*' March 23. : ' [BJIJiff Wave, brig, 195, Ganon, from Melbourne, ICta init. A. Hi ?^n^yGriffithi, bq., 333jtPatM-/from Geelong. E.H. Clli m CoTnngwood, bq., 454, M'Kinnon, from Dunedin, lit hut. «jyib.F. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

H UrNXRll HIV KJI^NF.W STEAM NAVIGATION CUaiPANY. ? / . '^$XtF.y1 Af TO SYDNEr.\filTr I The MOBPBTH, Captain Bunn. 'ITTBSSdUt and ( 1 ' !««***.??»*«*»«»,, Ywr^vvvw^ 4 The CITY OP NEWCASTLE, Captain Summebbbli, t : uaiiu^ and ruuLiiiAV.MuuiiiiBit. «/ - 1 ? . GEOBGE TULLY & CO.. AronU. 1 Hunter River New Steam Navigation I COMPANY. ' I RETURN TICKETS. I I ttirom' this date, return |1 JL ? TICKETS will bo insme^' available for ono week, \\. to passenger* by .any of V1' H.R.N.8.N. Company's ;| Ittkcis** iteamors, at the fanning rates :— '? I' 'Viu'Saloon .... - - ''A - - 25s. ? - I,1 :??-')' Steerage - - ? -^*^y - ? IS*. ,K ! GEORGE TULLY 4 CO. 'i| . Hewcaslle, Feb. 19, 18(13. ? -J_ ? *'? I NOTICE. IT H E N E \f% N D POWERFUL SVEASI TUGS W%. it If A »^St MYSTEll Y, fitted with ?pUcounecWSiEjigmos, Patent Featlwriug Floats, &c.,' is'now 'jivaiflnfle for Toivago purposes. No. 2, Marryatt'n Godn, will receive prompt attention. For rates aii&qther particulars, apply ...

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

.'-.???? , . FaEIGHTS. . In consequence of advices received per last moil, tho de mand for tonnage is not equal to that of the previous month. . Freights at 'Shanghai hayo declined 2s. per ton, but to, other ports there is slightly any alteration to quote. , Intercolonial freights rule rather lower,- especially to New Zealand. The stock of coals in nearly alt tbe New Zealand ports are at, present rather ov«r tho requirements. We may .quote freights for Auckland, 18s. ; Wellington, 20s. ; and Otago, 20s. For foreign ports — Shangluii, 4 6s. ; Hong Kong, 3Gs. ; Ningpo, QCs. ;?oo Clioo, 35s,; San Francisco, 33s. j Bombay, 45s. N— '

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

COMMERCIAL AHD SWPP1HQ INTELLIGENCE. Since our last summary by tho mail via Suez, on the 1st March, the following vesseh have left this port for foreign . Feb. 29.— Sparkenhoe, ship, with 1020 tons of coal for Bombay ; nnd Elizubcth, bq., for Mauritius, with 500 tons Man*n 3.— City of London, bq.. with S20 tons «O!»land8t caskirof tallow, for ftlanila yjnil Victory, brig, withJB-1 tons coil for the Mauritius/' T\ J March 5.— Inabdflf Browu, ship, for YokoharfT with 400 tons coal, nndfirfRwg. -*?' *0^ - March ftgjfCrown, brig, fbr^Java, jjfKa 37o tons coal ; nn'd ¥rin0^1ttir)ie, ship, with 1G3S tans coal for Bombay. .' Murch 9.— Amelie, bq., withSJIftons coal for Colombo ; and General Cobb, bq., with 80jKonn conl for San Francisco, March 10. — Formosix, bq., with 428 tons, coal for Mauri .tins'; and Corypheun, bq., with 430 tons cool for Shanghai.' Miivch 12. — Ainoy, bq., with 436 tons coal for Hongkong. Mirch 14. — Mistletoe, bq., with 480 tons coal for Foochow; and. Flying Cloud, ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. CRICKET. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. ' CRICKET. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— In your report in Saturday's issuo of your paper, of a match between the Young Australian and Albert Clubs. i (furnished you by * member of the latter) which was played ,. on St. John's ground, on the previous Saturday, it is not nude quite clear to the reader whether the playors of the match consisted of twenty-two on each side, or of the usual number, viz., eleven. In order, therefore, to relieve the per plexed, I would state that tho match was played by eleven ? ' of the Young Australian Cricket Club and eleven of tha Albert Cricket Club. The writer of the paragraph goes on to sny that ' tho Albert .Cricket Club could give a few ?-. more mon to tho Young Australians, in order to make the game a little equal.' I must confess I am somewhat puzzled at what the writer moans by ' a little equal.'! The Si wcerfaining the triteness of }}ig work, (after l)avjng applied [J v; .. hu bobline) said It is more tha...

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Friday, March 20, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868

FniDAY, March 20, 1863. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Drunkenness. James Downing, seaman, was conviotod of boing drunk and disorderly in Watt-street, on the l'Jth instant. He was fined 20s., or seven days in Maitland gaol, .with hard labour.

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