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THURSDSAY MARCH 19TH 1868 BEFORE H. Scott Esq., P.M. Absent without leave [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
Thubsdat, Mahoii 19th, 18C8. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. Absent without Lcavt. Thomna Shippick, seaman,' was brought before the court, iu custody, charged with being absent wituuuc leave from the British ship Kothley, at Newcastle, tm tha. 18th inst The prisoner pleaded guilty, and at tho request of the /master was ordered to bo sent on board tho ship.
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. FEBRUARY 26th, 1868. Before H. Scott, E[?]q., P.M., and J. Corletto, Esq., J.P. Assault Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
POLICE INTEL LI QEHCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. FjUJRUAitr 2Gra, 1868. Before H.Seott, Esq., P.M., amlJ. Corlette, Esq., J.P. Annul t Cases. ? Joiepli Snoddon appeared on summons, to Answer tha charge of lumuUilig ono Elizabotti Kuaenthal, at the Uore hole, on the 20th February. Tho complainant, being sworn, said : On the day In question »he whs walking along ono of tbo thorough fare! at the Borehole with two of licr children. Tile defon diint was standing on his own verandah. She askvd him if her children hod been annoying him. He cried nut at tLo top of his voice, 'Go away, I'll make you pay the moucy you owe me.' Witness told him in reply that ho h.id not IMid her for the wor!: she had dune. He then came off th* verandah to who.ru witness to standing, nnd 'gave her a severe blow on the client with bin eleuched fiat. Witness 'full ilown from tho forco of tho blow. Tho defeudaut then H on to her. When aim got up alio leant against defendant's fence for support, being stuunml by the ...
NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
NEWCASTLE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tlie usual weekly muetrtig of this body was hold on Monday afternoon, at the Court-houso, at four o'clock. Thare wero present — Aldermen Chapnmn, llodgers, Bolton, Suarke, Christie, and thu Mayor. MiNUTiia. — The lninutttB-df the previous meeting were road und confirmed. COlUtESPONDF.NCE. Letteus Sent. — Tho Town Ulerk read copies of several letters sent by him to the various Borough Councils in tho district, convoying » resolution passed at the previous ineeting cf thu Council. Lermt wiom Mh. E.A. Wurru. — Mr. Btirrowes next read the following letter from Mr. E. A. Whitu, touching tho matter ot' hiaauditorahip : — , John Burro we«, Esq.', Town Clerk, Newcnstln. - pruccodiuijs, as containudin tbo Jooul puper of the 13th iiut., I bnvo tlio honor tu intimnto, for the information of tho Council, tlmt I received no olficial notification of my pppointmoiit to tho office of City Auditoi' ; henco tlio i)eco«»ury dccluration required by lcinr wuh not made. I auiy ...
ARRIVALS OF THE ENGLISH MAIL FERAVOCA [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
. AiRKJLYAL :- ? ? : | :v- ?'???' ?':?.- oi? the. ??.???'? ? : ? F..E:li A- Y 0 C.A.. The K.il.S. Avoc'a,' Cnptuin Farqulmr, arrlycd in Port , ackaon on FrfiLiy night last, shortly beforu midnight. Tun ? letters anil iiapers arrived in Newcastle on Sunday morning, | We append an abridgment of tho general aurura.iry of events, published in tho Home Ntas. GENERAL SUMMAUY. ' Bofore touching upon our 'own affairs, it is only proper that reference abuuld be wade to thoso of the leaders for whom these lines are written. Such reference nhall be brief. We should nnd it difficult to give an adequate idea of the pleasufa which has been nfforded to the mi cion at home by the loyal ami splendid reception of. (he Duke of Edinburgh by tbe Australian colonies. We have :u y ut only iv portion of tlie accoivuU, but we have more thnn uiiough to auuro us that evury.tliought and cure was laid iwiile for tho sake of according to the young sailor-prince u united and entbuai astic welcomv, and of thus pay...
THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
. ' THE INQUEST. The inquesj on tho remains of the five victims of this most atrocious crime was-held at' the Fortune of - War Inu, Cooma-street, on Thursday, at uoon. Tho principal evidence given was as follows : — .' Patrick Bronnan, sub-inspector of police, deposed : Betweon two and three o'clock yesterday afternoon, I received information that John Conroy and a la.d named Smith had been murdered at Conroy 'a. houSo, near Bogolong ; I proceeded but with mounted con stable Cade and a tracker ; I reached Convoy's about four o'clock ; a number of persons .had 'been about the front of the house ; I opened tho door, and' went in ; I saw a heap of mattresses and a heap of bedclothes ou the floor, and two men lying on it, with thuir faces cut, and dead : the tracker turned the men down, and pulled the mattress off ; I then BawoldConroy on his back, with his face -cut ^and broke in ; he had nothing on,. but his shirt ; I saw a young man named Sjuitltiying with his face down wards, deod_;...
FENIANISM IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
FBNIANISM IN VICTORIA. ' Daylesford,' soya the local newspapers, 'pre- sented no address to the Piince when in our neigh bourhood, and Daylesford now, of all the towns in this colony, lm.s neither expressed sympathy with the Prince nor detestation at the attempt on his life. Apparently giving expression to the pub lic voice, Councillor Thompson introduced the subject ou Monday, but allowed the question to be set aside by Councillor \Vini]iole's curt and disloyu'l remarks, that if the people wish a meet ing, thoy could, by requisition, ask the Mayor to on, on Tuesday, ut n meeting qf Irishmen held in ? JumtKim'.s hotel.' Tho meeting lvfurivd to was for the purpose of raising subscriptions for the widows, wives, and children of those who have suffered, or are now suffering, for their political symjMithy with Ireland. Thero wero from seventy (oeighty persons prevent. A subscription list was opened, and jElHls. Od. wassuliscribcdiu the room. The reporter of the Mercury suys : — ' It sco...
O'FARRELL'S ANTECEDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
O'FARRELL'S ANTECEDENTS. From- the Umpire, March 23. For the foUowiug . information weave largely indebted to a gentleman who wus formerly a schoolmaster of the ruffian. O'Furrell is not tin Irishman by birth, but a native of Liverpool. His father and mother were both natives of Ire land, and shovtly after their marriage they left Ireland for Liverpool, where Mr. O'Fnrrell .started ?in business as a, butcher. He was tolerably suc cessful in this pursuit, and having saved a consi (/.?rable sum of 'money, he left Liverpool und came to Melbourne. O'Furiell, the would-be assas.-Siu .of his Royal Highness, in the year 1841, was placed under the charge of the Rev. David Boyd, who presided over a .school in Melbourne. There he remained for about three years, and then left CO join tue .Lvoiuau untiii'iiu uuimj£u, nuur ou Francis's. He spent several years at this college, and acquired a thorough knowledge of the classics, as well as of tlie French language, which he speaks with refined purit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
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IDENTIFICATION OF ONE OF THE GLASGOW FENIANS AS THE PERPETRATOR Of THE CLERKENWELL OUT TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
IDENTIFICATION OF ONE OF THE GLASGOW FENIANS AS THE PERPE TUAl'Olt OF THB ULKltKEXWKLL OUTKAU£ From a Scotch Pinter. On Tuesday last' wo reported tho arrest, early1: that morning, of two persons, calling thuniselvei ' Michael Barratt and James O'Neil, the one said to ; be- a clork, and tho otlier a. labourer. ' They hid i beon found on the Green by two police, who wera :? attracted to tlio spot by tho sound of pistol-firing, ons ' of the men throwing away u pistol, (ufturw.arda recovered) when tho constables caino, up. Thejiri-' sonera wero taken next day bofore Bailie Anderson, ' who, on thu motion of Mr. Lang, tho Fiscal, granted a special warrant for their detention for eight days, there being reason to beliovo that Barratt: ani . O'Netl wero Fenians. The London authorities hw ing beon communicated with on tho subject, Chief Inspector Williamson and four detcctivo officer! arrived in Glasgow yesterday, aud.woro shown the parties, Michael Barratt and James O'Neil, in ' having been...
Nealetina to Reaister Births. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 25 March 1868
Neglecting to Register Births William Clement, Arthur S. Thompson, and William Old. ham, miners, appeared on summons to answer a charge o( neglecting to inform the .District Registrar, within sixty days, of the birth of their children. Mr. Burrowes deposed to the neglect being committed. In the cases of Thompson aiidOIdlnim, the defendant* stated that they had relied upon Dr. Pierce giving the Registrar the requisite informa &nbsp; tion, that gentleman having promised to do so. Thu Bench inflicted the nominal penalty of Is. and 4s. 6d. costs, not believing the act to have been wilful. In the other case that of Wm. Oldlmm, the bench dismissed the complaint, the defendant actually having made out the form of inform ation which, however, through tho neglect of another party, was not forwarded to Mr Burrows. &nbsp; &nbsp;
THE GYMPIE CREEK AND KOLAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868
'.???'? ? ? ? . . ? i-***5 THE GYMP1E CREEK AND KOLAN \ ' DIGGINGS. ': .The following important telegrams- have been ?handed to us by the Hon. the Colonial Secretary for publication : — . ' ' ?...'. ':,, From the Hon.- the Colonial Secretary, Queens land, to the Hon. the' Colonial Secretary, Sydney. . ' ' The rush now taking place from Sydney and other places to the Gympie and Kolair diggings is a very senseless one. So far as this Govern ment ., are aware, Gympie is a good permanent diggings for a limited number, but it is more than fully occupied. The Acting-Commissioner reports' most unfavourably of the Eolan,* and predicts great; want and destitution among the hundreds now rushing there-.' . Brisbane, 2ist Mtroh, 1868; . Telegram from iae Hon. tfie tftHonial Secretary? Queensland, to the Hon. the Colonial Secre tary, Sydney. ?- 'The rush to the diggings recently reported in the vicinity of Gayndah ia quite unwarranted, 8n'd'l would ask ypu'to give publicity to th« fact that neit...
From Thursday' Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868
From Thwr$ddy't Herald. '? We understand that his Royal Bighness passed a very comfortable day yesterday, and felt strong and welL . He spent a considerable portion of time in the grounds around Government House, and again went on board the Galatea to superin tend the refittiug of the ship. '!A rumour was circulated in town that he in tended to pay a visit to Darlinghurst, and a large number of people, anxious to testify their loyalty, congregated in the South Head Road and its approaches to witness, liia Royal Highness pass. The houses and shops in the road were again de corated' with 'bunting to symbolise the joy of the people at the Prince's recovery. The rumour of the intended visit was, however, without founda tion, and hence the expeotant people were disap pointed. We believe his Royal Highness will not appear in public again for some' days, and befoVe.he does so appear full notice will doubtless be given.- ,'( ?'?/ ' ' ' ' No.deterraina^iofi.uaB yet been arrived at in regard ...
VISIT OF H.B.H. TO THE GALATEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868
VISIT OP H.B.H. TO THE GALATEA. It is exceedingly gratifying to know that hia Royal Highness has sufficiently recovered his health and strength to be able to visit his noble ship and noble-hearted shipmates again. Yester day morning his Royal Highness rose early, 'and, during the forenoon, proceeded to the upper por tion of the Inner Domain, where he remained some time while the marines of the naval squad ron in port were being exercised. Shortly after wards he resolved upon paying a visit to his ship ; and he felt himself so far advanced on the way to convalescence that, with the aid of a stick, he was enabled to walk 'through the Government House Gardens to the Government jetty, where his barge and her crew were waiting to' convey him on board the Galatea. His visit was entirely unexpected; but as soon as the Sailor -Prince was descried from the ships of war lying in Farm Cove,' the men manned the rigging, and as the boat passed on her way to the Galatea, the blue jackets gave thr...
RECOVERY OP PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868
RECOVERY OF PRINCE ALFRED. . . -. ? From Tuuday't Herald. ? We have birt little to add to the statement made in our.iss.ue of -yesterday in reference to the progress made by his Royal Highness tbe. Duke of Edinburgh towards perfect recovery 06 health and strength ;J.tut it is gratifying to be able to state that the- more recent information is. of tho most satisfactory character. Day by day his Royal Highness. improves in strength, appetite, and sDirits. and in all urobabilitv he will, .in a few days, be enabled to resume the duties in which he takes so much delight — the duties devolv ing upon him as Captain of the Galatea. He spent a considerable portion of the day, yester day, in the grounds around Government House, and enjoyed the fresh air, and the feeling of re turning strength. 1ATEST BULLETIN. Tuesday, 2.30 a.m. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh bus so far passed a good night, and is progressing favourably towards recovery. Jakes Young, M.D. Williak L. Powell.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868
'.Shipment of Meat to England.. — Yesterday 'the Executive Committee appointed for carrying out the arrangements for a shipment of meat to Eng land by Mort's freezing process, met at the Victoria chambers, Pitt-street, the Hon. Charles Copwer in the chair. Mr. Skinner, Mr. Trebeck, Mr. Hodg son, Mr. Wildash, and Mr. J. M'Donald were also present. The secretary reported that circulars had been sent to several gentlemen, appointing them local sub-committees. Correspondence waa then j read, and subscriptions reported. The draft report I was prepared and agreed to, which is to be laid be Jforo~ tfag^ general committee on Thursday next, —
GOAL 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868
i t,%:^..- ' . aoA'x. . 'U . ' Th'e export, .of conl during the past wptfftcontinues to be very largo, being 17,048 tons, of whioji T237 were for Sydney, 5481 for Melboarue, 457 for Geelong. 1,531 for New Zailnnd, 500 for Panama, 1222 for Fooohow, 2537-far Shanghai, 338 for Launceston, and 725 tans for hoinu consumption ami stenmers. . ' * ' , y j The'depnrhires this week havo rather exceeded the arrivals. During the. jreek the following vessels have left for foreign .ports : — March 24 : Kotliley, ship, for Bombay, with 1533 Itons coal; Nanpy Brysson, bq., for Hongkong, with 591 tons :coal J nhfl' Emma, sch., for Foochow, with 230 tons coal, [March 26't Ada,-ship, with 809 tons ooal, for Foochow j and Iths Cathaya, ship, for Shanghai-,. with 1093 tons ooal. p .... ^^- . , ??Export .of Coal from tho Companies' OfBoial Beturns, ; t. ?;*. tor tho ^veeTc ending 27th Maroh, 1868 :— Sydney':'.''.^ 526' '442*302 Olo'lOlo 1042 ? Melbourne .ffc.'-ttftS',..:'.:. 400 ( 3DS 1853 ..:.'.. ? 1088...