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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

STEAM- TUG ^TAMAR.' 'l a The ufflwdgned are prennied to eB»»*ff2^ arrang«/fi/ TOWING VESSELS, VTjm^ff^' of any dejfSriudon, at reasonablt rates. «?»'MiiMyiM» por parJfculanf'apply to GE0RGE It. DIBBS & CO., Scott-»treet. Agents. STEAM TO SYDNEY. Xjx The Australasian Steam Navi «ObffiL gation OpmMiiy's Steamers will leave JJ%ra!£rjB^- MoRPE^yycalling at Newcastle), ^SB&8&& during tflyensuing moutb, as follows : TUESD8nJS Iq6*rov' CaPtoiP MnIhBlI» FIIIDAYS ^ C— »* 8 «'cl«^kja.m. WEDNESDAYS \. „ _ .i^.j anj I Illaioko, Captai* Adams, SATURDAYS / ot 8 o-clock am GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street. Newcastle, June, 1801. ? ONLY VESSEL FOB SAN FRANCESCO. TO SAIL ON MONDAYtTHE 15th INSTANT. A Xl^ TllE frigate-bunt- ship ' NIfti ROUD,' iffilfi*^, 1022 tons ./egistcr, John 'Peterkin, JB$1yfflEJL Coi|||P'J/, will be despatqlicd from KiJifXIM Ncwjpsth/ punctually to the above date. A jf Intending porawrafrs /re invited' to inspeet the unrivalled...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

The Chin-S| quc^on, as we anticipated, is now beginning to assume proportions of great magnitude'. The weak-minded, vascillating policy which our legislature has, up to the present pursued, is commencing to display its effects in a manner at once impressive and formidable. The bloodthirsty and lawless outrages recently perpetrated at the Lambing Flat gold-fields against our Asiatic brethren, are of such a character as to peremptorily de mand that we shall bring this long-pending subject to an immediate and — one way or other — decisive issue. We are not now going to discuss the ques tion whether the admission of Chinese should be permitted or not. Itegarded as a matter affecting the spread of Christianity — as a mental problem in reference to the fulfilment of prophecy — a volume might be written, and still the solution, be as far from human ken as ever. We do not desire — we do not think the purpose we have in view would be effected , by our attempting to dive into those mysteri ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

N OTIC E . ' We respectfully intimate to our readers and the public generally, that the present quarter has now com menced. -/Those desirous of becoming Subscribers, are requeued to forward their names as early at conve. nient/*-,, ? ^ TRBMS OF St/OSCIlIPTtON I S. (1. If paid fn advance ? (Per Quarter).. (! 6 If placed to account ? ( „ ).. 7 G

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

MARRIAGE. On the 8th instant, by license, by the Rev. W. Hill, at   his residence, Tyrrel-street, Newcastle, Andrew Farquhar-   son, to Elizabeth Russell, both of Waratah.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

Stationery, Books, Wrapping Paper, &c. THE undersigned have always on hand, a large supply of superior stationery, account books, wrapping paper, &c, which they import direct from London, consisting of — Writing pnpers, envelopes, wedding and other fancy stationery, surveyors' and engineers' drawing papers, tracing papers, and calico ; drawing ma terials, mathematical instruments, CHARTS, AND NAUTICAL STATIONERY, church services, prayer books, family and pocket bibles in various bindings, school books and school stationary, albums, portfolios, scrap books, manifold, writers, copying presses, copying books Jahd^other requisites, music books and paper/ violin and violoncello strings. \V R A P P I N G P A P E R S . Imperial, bag cap, royal hand, single and double demy, double crown, and double small hand wrapping papers. STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED. BOOKS, PERIODICALS, AND ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS received by Overland Mail, and delivered to SUHSCItlBERS in Newcastle, and within thr...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. BaEAcn of Promise of Marriage. — Rad- cuffe v»Bentu£Y.— Tlio plaintiff sued through her falbar for damages for breach of p omise to marry, tbcdefendam's plea being simply ibathe Dover mado the promise alleged. The plaintiff is the daughter Of a workman engaged at Messrs. MusgraVe's foundry, Bolton, and was also the servant of^he deteiiilant, who keeps a public h use, knowfl as the Cross Guns, at Faruwortb, in the neighbourhood of Bolton. She had fur jncrly been engaged at the adjacent public-house, the Globe, but a few years ago she touk a similar situation in the difcndam's house, where blic continued until tlio ci use of this action aro-c Some months ago it was fonnd that she was pregnant, and the at onae informed her mother as to her Btate. The .mother went ..to 6ee the defendant on the bubjcct, and inquired what he intended to do in the matter, to which question ho made no reply. Mrs. Radcliffe 6aid, ' You know v-ry .$?ell that ypu told her many a time you woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

PEINCESS ^^^^THEATPi^. T0-NI6BJE*-y , A ? THE usual evening's entiFHmmAt. /ir^R A NIC § SHORT will appe# to, c\Jt ac/r- rWevf^y new comic songs. \f (/'' ^^. GBAND TREAT, MONDAT NIGHT For particulars, see handbills. M. MAGNEY, Proprieto;; THE STEAM PACKET HOTEL, NEWCASTLE. THE Subscriber desires most respectfully to iu-i mate, that, after many years' trading on t't: Hunter River, he has be n induced to purchase fin - Mr. Samuel Wade, this hotel, which he has so u. -. and so successfully conducted for some time pi :, and he has bee/iMJvTs/L to sound a loud trump and introduce tym* Fr/nch phrases to embellish l- . advertisement, liuf \yr/nas determined on simply » ?- nouncing, that lie Xop^ftlie STEAM PACK !.'. .' HOTEL, in 'his b/nds nnd the hands of Mrs. W.J- , Hams, will be founu oive Sf the hotels of Newc;-.-:t/S.,/ where any one wiil fiirtMfll the comforts, the cKm '??/Sk liness, and the security that is to be found in I'/ best inns in England,, and withal on terms as tiim'. ? rat...

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COLONIAL MARKETS. PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

COLONIAL MARKETS. PORT MACQUARIE. Maize is retailed nt ?!?-. 6J. per bushel ; potatoes arc not to he obtained here ; butter is as low as Is 3d. per lb. ; firewood is 5s. per load ; rents arc very low, but tenements scarce ; repairs to buildings are serious items here ; shingling is 35s. per square ; mechanics wages are as usual, vory high, sometimes about 25 per cent, over the Sydney rates. Al present the district is provcrty-struck. Some mechanics at this ptace would almost starve before they could lower their ' moderate ' demand?. Let the labour er b-' paid a fair rate fur his day's work say 8a. to 10s. not 15u, to 20s — and then lubour will be brought to its proper rate ofrcmunration. Port Macquaric, 21st June. —Armidale Express. GKELONG. Hay best, U .Is. to 1,4 10s. ; seeond hay, L3 4s. to L3 15s.; straw L2; demand about equal to supply. Bran Is,. Id. per bushel. Oats, 4s. per Imshel. Maize 6s. per bushel. Flour, L1G 10s. to L1S per ton. Saturday, July 3; 1881. LAUNCESTON. Flour...

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LONDON. 30th May, 2. 34 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

LONDON. 30 h May, 234 n.m, The debate on the Paper Duty comes on this evening, It is rumoured 'hat Gladsttnc will resign to avert a defeat. — The Galway subsidy continued temporarily to conciliate the Irish mcmbeis. — New Zealand Governor re-appointed. — Kettledrum was the winner of the Derby, Dundee was second.-— Consols 91 J.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

The English mail, hns arrived at King George's Sound.\yj^. dates to the 19th May ; but let us .do'.justico to this great achieve ment »of qcienee, and sny more thnn thnt — ^^ave nii'eloctric flash, via Malta, dated $£&i minutes past 2 on the 30th May. ~ The first thing that touches most people is their pockels, and we are able to state tlmt in the London market our staples stand so : In tallow, there was a decline of Is. Od. per cwt. ; wool, under rather uu favourable cir cumstances, has maintained its price; hides of really good quality fully sustained previous quotations ; and New South Wnli»s securities, due in i860, u per fiehtv class,; wero quoted at 99 to 100. It may not appear to ordinary readers to be a matter of much consequence, nor does it occupy any prominent place in the tele gram, — still there is much more in it than meets the eye,— ^ihat the Schleswig-IIolstcin question is said to be arranged . In our re marks on the news by the last mail, we men tioned this ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

SHIPPING. AUKIVALS. From Sydney — Omar Pasha — Daphne — Walter Hood. — From Moreton Bay — \Vool!oo;iioolo

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THE PROPOSED NEW STATION AT MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

THE PROPOSED NEW STATION AT MINMI. 'Confession is good for the soul.' This aphorism originated in some Roman Catholic country long ago ; but, as wo are only going for the present as far as Minmi, we will leave the consideration of this no doubt important question to be discussed by some higher au thority. Our friends at Minmi had a public meeting the other day, at which they resolved that they should have a station to themselves on the Great Northern ; and the petition that they have decided on sending on to the Executive is not only plain, but it is exceed ingly modest, for they only pray in tho first place for enquiry. As in duty bound to con sider matters affecting the district, we gave some attention to the subject, and we imagined that we could bring great strength to bear on it, in the fact that in England the paying power in railways is to bo found in the intermediate traffic ; but we thought it would be wise to inform ourselves, and we have what we consider to be the highest...

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PRODUCE MARLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

PRODUCE MARLE.T. Hides. — Australia, sold at full prises ; inferior dull of sale.— Leather. — Business done in Australiu at a decline of one farthing per lb. — Tallow. — La. test sales show a decline of Is. Gd. per cwt. — Sptrits. — Rum dull, brandy active, but holders are firmer, owing to unfavourable reports of the vine.

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A VISIT TO THE MINMI COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

A VISIT TO THE MINMI COLLIERY. One day last week, we took train from Newcastle t0 visit Minmi. In about half an hour wo arrived at Hcxliniv, a pretty village, adorning a smiling and fertile agricultural plain on the pleasnnt banks of the far-stretching Hunter rin-r. As we found, by enquiry, we had a couple of hours to spare before a locomotive would be down from the mines, we abandoned ourselves to the gratification of a meander along the bauks of the river. At Hexh.'im, the inexhaust ible produce of the Minmi mines first disgorges itself on to the waters. Two slioots, of two hunched tons per day capacity, ovcrhorder, in imposing eloquence, the deep and placid waters of this noble river ; one of these is furnished with a steam crane equal to its duty. After talking with the manager there, who replied to us with agreeabla libe rality, we turned our eyes, by his direction, toward the spot from whence tho food for these shoots comes. Away, at a right angle from the rirer (itretching aw...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

LONDON WOOL REPOPT. Notwithstanding the extreme quietness iu our market since the March sales, and the gene-ial com plaint from the manufacturing districts of the dull ness of trade, the attendance of buyers up to the pre sent date has been good — About 33,000 bales have passed the hammer, the wh le being sold with few triiflng exceptions.

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THE LATE FLUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

- THE LATE FIRE. In our notice of the fire at the barracks on Tuesday morning lust, we regret that we were unable from the lack of the authentic clement which really we must insist on being indispensable in all local matters, to state some par ticulars worthy of notice, which were omitted. As to the origin of the (ire we need not now concern ourselves, be cause that has no doubt been reported upon officially, but it gives us great pleasure to find from a document which we saw yesterday, that Mr, Lewis, of the Colonial Archi tect's department — himself one of the. most active agents in preserving this building— has reported in most com mendatory terms the conduct of two of the constables nl our police force, the one first giving the alarm, the other at the risk of his life, climbing up from the verandah to the roof of the building, and encountering all the danger.1, dependent on the enterprise. The names of the men an constables Vicars and Coiilton. We hope that Mr. Arnold will not e...

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COMMERCIAL. Saturday evening, May 25th. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

COMMERCIAL. Saturday evening:, May 25th. The directors of the Bank of E ngland on the 1 6th May raised the minimum rate of discount from 5 to C per cent. This i« owing to the renewed drain of gold to [America. — At Lombard-street good bills can be done to-day at 54 per cent. — Closing prices of Consols — for money opened at 91 { to {, and again closed at 91 1 -r fur the account, the price is 91}. — Exports for the mouth shew an increase to Mel bourne, especially in spirits. To Sydney, nbout the same as previous months. — An official announce ment has been made for a loan of ,{'150,00) for the New Zealand Government. — Colonial Government Securities: New South Wales, 5 per cent. 1866, 09 to 100.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MICl.lloUIiNK. Tuesday, ' p.m.— The exploring conimiltoe passed a vote of thanks to the A. S. N. Company for the assistance afforded. The sale of sugars from the Mauritius brought high rates. Low to good yellows, .CM- Ills, to £'45 Ills. ; fine brown, X'I2 15?.-w Ami ,'pecial meeting of the Sulmr. ban ;i ml Melbourne Railway Company to consider its fi nancial position, one of the directors suggested that it would be better to place the concern in tile insolvent court. Saturday, 4 p.m. — f he Melbourne and Murray Jtivcr Railway is officially opened toWoodend. Professor Neu. mayor accompanies* the Victoria, steamship, to the Gulf of Carpentaria to take command of the land party. The other party is arranged to start from Hockhampton under the charge of Mr. Frederick Walker, if he is willing to accompany them. Kvcry other object is to Ii2 second to the search for Mr. Iiurke and his companions. Saturday Evening. — Several members of parliament and the minis try and othe...

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CONTINENTAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

CONTINENTAL,, NEWS. Prince Napoleon hns been ejected Grandmaster of the Freemasons of France,' irt'Wie place of Prince Murat, who is s»id to have sctit' ft!-chnllei)gc to his cout) n, which tho Kinperor subsequently induced him to withdruw.~Thc French and^aliiin Govern ments, it is stated, have disagreed, about the terms on whicli tie Frunchff'hnua sluinld leave Rome, and their departure has been again post, oncd. — Tho Hungarian Diet has not concluded the debate -m the-propiisnd address to the Emperor. The Diet baa authorised 'the provisional payment of tho taxes ? to prevent the threatened coercive measures of Aus tria. — It is ii w beliuvcd that the Suhieswig Holstoin Question wilt be arrange'd. — The Russian Govern nicnt lias repudiated' all the responsibility of the withdrawal of the French troops from Syria — A despatch from Warsaw gtatas a general disarming of the kingdom would shortly take place. On the Mth a notice vrus published at Warsaw that since the 8th people might go...

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SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

s h i e imxg. : AltltIVAI.3. July 10.- Ware, brig. 108, Kossiter, from Sydney. July 11.— UrarMi. steamer, from Sydney. July ll.-IU'iiriitla, brig, 161, Allen, from Sydney. Bingle and Co.. agents. July 11.— Unnediii, schooner, CO, Stewart, from South Sea Islands. Coptain, agent. 7u)y II.— Jane I.oikhart. schooner, Howard, from Laun ceston, with a cargo of wheat. DEPARTURES. July 10.— Clarendon, brig, DoWe, for Launceston, with 33 logs cedar, 155 tons coal, C} tons candles, 0 tons soap and $ ton haenn. July II.— Urarn, steamer, for Grafton. July 11,— Alma, schooner, Dowe, for Melbourne, with 240 tons coal. July 11.— Rebecca, schooner, Souter, for Melbourne, with 170 tons coal. July 11.— Julia Ifeync, barque, Underwood, for Ade Iairts. with 535 tons coal. July II. — Natal, barque, M'AIpin, for Geelong, with 290 tons coal. July 12.— Tomatin, barque, Drew, for Adelaide, with 540 tons coal. COASTERS INWARDS. July 10.— Atlantic. Pacific, George, Shamrock, Bard's Legacy, Kate Kearney, Liber...

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