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TRIAL OF H.J. O'FARRELL FOR THE ATTEMPTED MURDER OF THE PRINCE CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. MONDAY MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

(' T E I A L OF H. J. O'PAREELL FOU THU ATTEMPTED MUBDEH OP Tff E PRINCE. CENTF.AL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. ; Monday, Mahch 30. From Monday's Evening News. The trial of Homy .Tames O'Furrell, for tho at tempted assnsnin.itirm nf H.R. H. thu Dulcu of Edin burgh, postponed upon up plication of counsel for thu' prisoner, from Thursday laat. wiu continued at the special sittings of tho Central Criminal Court, this morning, before hia Honor Mr. Justice Cheeko. The court was crowded from an early hour. Lieutenant Hnig, K.E., and the Kight Hon. Eliot Yorke, equerries to his Royal Highness tho Dulco of Edinburgh,- wero accommodated with seats on. the Bench. The prosecution for the Crown was conducted by tho Hon. Jamus Martin (Attorney-General), nnd the Hon. Mr. Isaacs, (Solicitor-General), instruc ted i-y cue uruwu ouiicuur ; i-uo prisoner a ueieuce bein;; entrusted by his friends to Mr. B. C. Aspinall (of the Victorian bar), and Mr. W. B. Dalley, in structed by Mr. Pavey, of Melbourne. Tlie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

The PnoposED Tisrr of Pnmc* Alfred to New J5ea IiAXD. -On Monday lust wo were put in possession of Wel lington papers to the 10th instant. Up to that date no intelligence of the late diabolical attempt to assassinate the Duko of Edinburgh had reached Wellington. Respecting tho expected visit of the Prince to Now Zealand, we find the following rather amusing paragraph in tho Wellington Indepeitdent of February the 27th : ''All ancertaUity re gnrding his' Koyal Highness's atrivid is now at an end.it being positively ahndunctfd tbat'be iriU leave JYewVaittc for' ^ugUaad on th« Bth of next month.' - --'- ?

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 25. Before H. Scott, Eaq., P.M. and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 25. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M. ; and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. Drunkenness. Jonathan Sparkoa was cohviated of this offence, and fined 8«. or 48 hours in the lock-up. ; Jirtaeh of Segiitration Act. Kichard O'Donnell and Robert Oilpin were eaoh fined Is. and 2«. fid. coats, for neglecting to inform the District Kegiitrar, of Newcastle, within sixty days, of the birth of a child.— William Thomas also appeared; charged with a like offence, but the case was dismissed. . . ' ' Jireach of Sabbath Obtervance. David Hill, butcher, was charged with beiug unlawfully engngvd at hia naunl daily .labour on Sunday, the 22nd inst. The case was dismissed. Keeping a Disorderly Home, Thomi:j Dent was summoned for. keeping a disorderly house at Burwood. This cats was romanded from Wednes day, and again remanded to Thursday, 2nd April, for the attendance of witnesses for the prosecution. Breath of Publican' i Act. Mortimer ll'Auliffe was summone...

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ERRATA. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

ERRATA. v To the Editor of th* Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — 'Would you kindly insurt in tho next issue of your puper tho following typojynplucal utrora which uueurred in my letter that appeared in your paper of hint Wendusiluy, yiu.. in the aixteonth lino, instead of ihe word ' aicertain ing,' road ' asserting ;' in the twenty-first line, instead of tbo word ' people,' load ' person :' in the twenty-fifth line, instead of the word 'high,' lead 'higher ;' in the twenty seventh line, the word 'that' shimM havo .been inserted between the words 'mind' ami,' the;' and the two last woriis of the quotation ut the foot of my letter should havo been spelt hoatc doccri. Your correction of the above will very much oblige, — yours obediently, \\\ HOBAKT S1IAW, Hon. Sue. Young Australian Cricket Club.

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

WEST MAI T, LaND. From, Yesterday's Mercury. PbdksthiaNism. — Afootrac*, in which th? competitors wero John Patrick and Oeorge Lane, and the stakes 30s. a aido, camo oil on the Government Soivd, Horse-shoe Bend, on Saturday hint. The distance to be run was 150 yards, out of which Patrick gave his opponent fivo yards start, notwithstanding which be came in a winner. The wont attracted a largo number of friends of both men. A star handicap, for whioh there were twenty entrances) was run for on Christians Flat on tho same afternoon ; the winner of the first price being W, Jatinan, and the second— Dug- Han. ' ' . ? ? , ' that a telegram, reuoived on Saturday evening, by a gentle man maiding in Miiitlaud, states thut Mr. Lennou, solicitor, of Tumworth, was dead, having committed suicide by cut ting his throat on that afternoon. No cause is at present assigned fur thu raiili act. Keei'INQ a Disoudkult Horsb.— On Thursday, at the West Maitland police court, Mary Willis and Eliza Willis wer...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FROM OUR GORRBSPOirDBXTS.i -: ?- WALLS E N D. In tanking over the shipping intelligence that appeared in your impression of Saturday lust, I lind that tho natural I coursu of events havo set in favourable so fur this year. That gloomy aspect that hung over our coal trade in 1807, is evidently undergoing au essential change ? one which cannot fail to be heartily welcomed— not only by thn coal proprietors arid shipping-agents who have to depend upon their commissions, and the miners for employment— but to ev'erv individual connected directly or indirectly with supply and demand. We have hud repeated manifestations ?if the loyalty which the squatters of New South Wales have shown towards their idolized king, wool. They have always paid tho greatest respect md attention to the ad vancement of their monarch on the floor of the legislative Assembly, nnd in other ways, bat w« haya it demonntrated beyond a rtouut that another King is rising into great noto riety, and thut tho...

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WALLSEND PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

WALLSEND PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. The first anniversary of tho new and handsomo Primitive Methodist Church, at Wallstt:id, was celo-' brated on Sunday and Monday lost, in tho cuatu ? raary way, viz., by special sermons on tlie Sabbjith, and a tea and public meeting on the following day, Monday. Tho special sermons on Sunday were preached by the Rev. F. W. Ward, from Queensland, and utiracted good congregations, those- of thoaftor ?; noon and evening being thu beat. ** On thu following afturnoon u very agreeable and Bitccoastui tea was m-m in tno cnurcu, to wincn a tolarably largo number of friends -and visitors sat down. Thevo was nn amplo supply of all tho usual -^' accessories to those pleasant reunions, and tho tea ':'? ' was certainly all that the chairman of thu public meeting declared it to be. After tea a public ineet ' ing was hold, and was well attended, the spacious building being nicely filled. The procot'dini'8 wore initiated in tho usual way, by devotional oxcrcises,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

.SALES .BY' AUCTION. ||| NtHIS (WEDNESDAY) MORNIlj I \ Jfiloven o'clock. Ml W Account of Whom it Kay Con I U tbA wreck of the h. s. page, m III tiAr. w. k iTo c h h{ 1 .1X1. V'1' been instructed to sellbypublii III ontheS$Eamers' Wharf, at 11 o'clock: j jjll |[| \ THE BABQUE H. 8. PAGE, ? as she nowVes stranded ou the North Shore I ! II J tojjethek with her Anchors, Chains, Spar ! ill | ' . ? \stobesonThobk. , 3 Topsails-Vjunuinaltan's patent * ;l|||(j 1 Bent \ . I; II ???? 2 Foresails. \ : I 1' Mainsail \ ? Ul 3 .Top-giilanttiils 1,1 9 Jibs ? \ ' - ? ? ? f 1 Foretopmast-stVjsaU - ill I 1 ditto ditto, hea\ . 1 |j| | 1 Main trysail \ ? ' ' j f|| | IMizen ditto \ ' ]]N I 3 7-inch hawsers \ ,:j 111 14i-inoh ditto \ ' % Ml ? ? 1, if not 2, boats. \ , v ? gUl cabin iftKtfrrmiE. ? '? III 1 Table A ? Ill » Sofa cushions ' , \ ' git , 1 Medicine oheat -' \ ' MM 1 Barometer — muiso , \ , ( qjlj I 4 Lamps— side, mast-hetd,Ynd bintiaolr ill] | 2 Compasses . ? \ . Sill I 1 Azimuth ditto \ . |i|...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE DESECRATION OF THE SABBATH. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE DESECRATION OF THE SABBATH. To tlie Editor oj the Heiccattie Chronicle. Sir — I shall esteem it a favour to be allowed, through the medium of your journal, to bring under tho notice of our authorities tho wilful desecration of the Sabbath on tho 22nd instant, in Lambtun. The previous Saturday evening being pay-night, a mob of young horses were- driven into the township and disposed of by auction— some were tliken tho same evening, but the majority were left till the next morning. Early next morning a large body of men and boys collected to witness the operation of roping, -vo.. langungo of tho most revolting diameter being used, and when anything worso than usual was said, thu uudienae showed its appreciation l-y loud mugns. AicogeuuT, nir tho scene wus a disgrucn to us us a civilized puorilo. I should not havo written only it in a thing uf fiuiruent occurrence, and I think it should bo put a stop to at onco. There iai.no other matter, namely, upon public,...

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. On Monday and yesterday an inquiry was held at the Court-house, before H.- Scott, J£tiq.,P. M. (tho .District Coroner being laid up through illness) con cerning the death of James Ryan, who died iu the hospital ou Monday, from the effects of an accident which occurred on the 27th instant. The following evidence was taken : — Thoinu.i Sliergold stated : I :im a carter in the nervice of James .M'C'ounell. On Friday lust I was driving a ctrt, loaded with muul, and was uliead of deaeiutul, who vaa al»o driving a Ciii't loaded with sand. When we renciied&he railway gate, at the bottom of Wutt-atieut, I wus aim ut lil'tyyurila iilieml, und heard decoosed call out to his hordes. I looked back mid suw him pulling the reiim ot the ''shaft JinrsQ. to T-ull him buck. He culled unon tlto Itoraoa to' atou. This wus nbuut ten'yaidt from tho gate. When I again looked lmck I saw deceased juimned botwmi the dray and the gate post. Assistance arrived, and tho horses wore ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 1 April 1868

BIRTH. STOKES. — On Sunday, March 29th, at Watt-street, the wife of CHARLES STOKES, of a daughter.     DEATH. FRANCES. — On the 21st March, at Tarban Creek, Mrs. MARY ANN FRANCES, many years a resident of this city and much respected.            

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY MARCH 30, 1[?], Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M, Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ?*??? NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. i Montiat, March 30, 1SC8., 1 Bi-forc H. Scott, Ejij., p.ar, j Drimktnncni. -\ .Tames Hogarty, James Daly, and John Smith were 1 each iincil ;-s., or twenty-four hours^iinprUuiinicut fur ? this offence. ? '? Urin-; Tn'lteent Lannunije. I Mary Platt, for making use of indecent language in a '? public thuruuyhfarr, at 1/unbton, on the 2(Jth instant ! was BuimI Is. and 2s. (id. coats, and 21a. piofeaaional : costs, or 48 hours in the lockup. f Home Stcalinif. Georsjn Buckley and John Iin-jkley, appeared on sum mons, to answer the charge of having stolen two horses il»n 1n*iOif»vt\* nf .Tnlin l^nrorttio *»F \\^.. «..*..!. ^.. 1.1. _ turi. instant. The case rnsolveil itself into a case of disputed ownership, thu defendants dawning tl;ov had as much right tn the horses as the prosecutors. It appeared that Mr. Gould, who apjiearod for the 'plaintiffa, hud, by liin iiistiuctioiis, written to the dnrondant's doimuidinz resti tution of the bu...

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NEWCASTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

NEWCASTLE RACES. A largo and influential meeting was hold nt the Ship Inn, on Wednesday evening last, to take steps to got up races 'oyt the Queen's liii-thday. Mr J.Il.Fox occupied irre' chair. The first proposi tion carried was that there should bo two days racing on the Newuas'tle racecourse, on tho 25th and 20th May (the Queen's Birthday, 24th May, falling on a Sunday.) A committee, consisting oi ovur unity guuuouicu, wuss iippuuibeu, miu u sub-committutJ was formed for druwing out a pro gramme, to be submitted to a general meeting of th« coimnitteo, at Mr. Fox'h Market Wharf Inn, on Friday evening. It was unanimously resolved that Mr. Shaw act as secretary, and Mr. W. H. Whyte as treasurer, which offices both gentlumeu accepted., Subscription lists wore ordered to bo printed, ami aftor the customary vote of thanks to the chairman boiug passed and duly acknowledged, the mooting (one of the must cordial aud' united that has ever met in New castle) adjourned to Friday evoning. The...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1868. Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and C. F.Stokes, Esq., J.P. Application for Transfer, of Liec[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

'Wkdxkrdav, April 1, ]S£3. Before II. Scott, Knq., P.M., and O. F. Stokes, Esq., J.P. An/ilkntion for Tridiafet' of JCiet.11/r. Robert Ynung, of the Cottage of Content, applied to the Bench for tho transfer of his license to one Kdward William Connolly. A previous application hail havn made on tho 31st March. Mr. Slater now appeared in support of the application. Edward William Connolly said : He was the applicant' in this cuse, and was twonty-one years of ago, on Wai Gfch October last. He arranged with his mother to t'ntieU thcjdace.-befonrliiy- found hia father \iKn refirscd. tlie . tvoM»ft*T of tlin linpnsn TT*« norfnml in rrivn IjIR. 'in* ti'W'n.il foi-tfie piemi3i!9, and .CriNvcok to stop on *l*t4-lac_jj\nd look aftor it for him. His tenancy was to comim'iiuo as sonn as thu license war. transferred. He used tn live in tho ?same piiblio-house when his father kept it, somo six or seven^wm-s-Sfgo. His father was not to have anything to do with the house. He proposed to take the ho...

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Tuesday, MARCH 31. 1868. Before H. Scott Esq., P.M. Drankeun[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

TtlKSDAT, MA«CII 31. ISfiR. Before II. Scott, liui./P. M. Francis Donnelly was lined 20s., or seven davs impri- 1 oonmrut for this uifcnce. and .ToseiihClarduer was fined f 5s. or twenty-four hours imprisonment for a like j olfeucc. , Jj i Steilitip. Samuel ITazelilon was chai-ged with stealing thu sum '^ of£:!10.-t., the property of one Joseph Oardaer, on tho f 30th instant. It appeared from tin- oviiienco tlmt the i prosecutor was robbed, or lost the money, aud the pri soner being in company with him he was charged, with the theft. The prosecutor was,- howover, in mich a ; state of intoxication that ho could not identifv the pri- ) Boni-r when in the lockup. The lii-uch ilisniissed tho P case. Wiujts Caic. ,. Robert Watts v. Arahilnld ltodgei..-Thi» was au f action to recover £1 lla. (Id., wages. The lienriti*; of tho I case was postponed to Wednesday for tho attendance of iv second magistrate.

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By Electric Telegraph. Friday Evening. I [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

By Electric Teltnraph. ' J^ridttg .Evening. The Select Committee of the Assembly have recommended Burnley's case to the favourable consideration of the House. Most of the Estimates are passed. The day for O'FarroU's execution has not yet been fixed.

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DONATION TO THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY". [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

DONATION TO THE BRITISH AND J ~''~ FOKEIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. Inji roport of ameotingof tho Newcastle Life boat5 Committee, which appears in another part of this issilo, allusion is madu to u dotintiixt by a VeV. gontlouKin 'whoso liaiiiD is nst given. On! inqniritur of'Captnin Allan tho name of tho rcr. tlorior, wb wore informed that tho donation was f ronT a lay guntleman named StniiU'il,'i\nd only camp to tho committee through the ngency of a minister of tho gospel. Tho annexed corres pondence, which mis ueen Handed to us tor pub lication, will explain the wholu affair : — To the HDv..T.Voller, Baptist jrinisher, Sydney.- From ', . Mr. Cornford. Auriclund, Jf.Z. My dear Brother— William Sininrd, heforn quittiiijj AiickUinLl,_i-urno.-)tli- reijne^teil me to see to the fulfil tuent of hi* wisli, ns espresso:! on the otlior part of this sheet. I had intended giving it to tho o:iru of our brother Houjrhlon, but the sieknos=i 1 lmvo had to liattlu with for some uwlw prevented my seeing hi...

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SALES, MEETINGS AND AMUSEMENTS THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

SALES, MEETIN&& AND AMUSEMENTS ...?/V^ifcHjMnAY. - ? . ... ?mifmf trrapery; clothing, mop friBLsLpen, crockery, saddlery, funuture,V-nu home and^UFt And harness, a liandcart, nnd severnr. homes, by McB. m. lionuriiia, nt his Htle Koomo. ^farfcet ^Viimf, nt flfli Jclock. r- \_atr^DAY. Ji/.-x Farewell sermons bjfine Bev. C. Olilcnwijathc morn ing at eleven a.m., at\WalIsend, and iupUBfivening at Hovcn, at the Wesleyan Church, Newcastle^ MONDAY. Salo of the fruit of a Christmas tree, consisting of ducks, fowls, dolls, ornaments, furniture, &c, &o.j by Mr. D. T. Bishop, at the City Hall, at half past seven o'clock. v , Tea and publio meeting at the Wesleyan Churon, New castle, and the sale of the fruit of a Christmas tree at theCityHall. / '- ,\ ; Meeting of Race Committee nt tho Great Northern Hotel, at half-past seVon p.m. TUESDAY. Sale of 55 pairs of snahes and 100 doors, ex barque P.C.E.. by Mr. W. K. Lochhend, on the wharf, at eleven o'clock. , - Mee...

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NEWXASTLE LIFEBOAT COMMITEE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

NEWCASTLE IJFEBOA^OlttMITTiiE. Jr&- meeting of the Na^Sstle Lifeboat Commit tee was held on Tpffiday last, at the Harbour Master's office, when there were present Messrs. Allan, Cross, Weatherill, C. F. Stokes, and the chau-in»n.(,T., Haanell, Esq.) \ { Therriinutes of. the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. ,, \ . . ..- The Secretary (^Ir. C. H. Hannell) informed the meeting that Mr. Nicholl was in attendance 'Fiatier, masters of the Dredges, to diaonss mat ters in.oonnexion with the manning of the second lifeboat. . ,-?...,. s ,. Mr. Nicholl haying been ' introduced to.. the mittee, stated that the crews' of ; the^ Dredges were not willjnk to practice together regularly, but said the unlink would be quite ready whenever required to tyviktiif e and property, and al&o to assist to thffatiaoat of their power, in accordance with the terms of a general order-received' from the Engiueor-in-Chief to that elfcct. - . Captain Allan and other members of the com uuiuiu...

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NAVAL BRIGADE PROVIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 April 1868

NATAL BRIGADE PROVIDENT SOCIETY. The first annual moisting of tho Newcastle brauuh of the Naval Brigade Provident Society, wns held in the IJiu-hoiu- Master's oflice on the ovoning of Thursday last. There was n. largo attendunue of nienibisr.H, tho uiaiurity being jirescnt. Captain Allan was present for a short time at the commencement of tho proccodintia, but hii'l ti- leave beforo tho business of Hie meet ing was opened. Iii tho abaeuro of Captain All in. Pilot Taylor was voted to preside. The Chairman having formally opemed tho meeting, caitea upon tuo Hjorotary, Sir. F. Garanur, to state the business for which the members had boon called together. \ / f ? Mr. Gardner said tlio^ieetjfig was. called to hear road tho year's baMnce dTieut of tho Provi dent Society, which fie hid received from Sydney. The society, as tilt}' were (tuaro, had only been established twolvefnonlhs, and during that time the gross amount paid in wiis t._!)i. During the year there had been five deaths, and t...

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