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

ing be 'gfEAK-TUG 'TAMAR.' , 1n: . ? The undersitfaed are prepare*! to lOL «fange foyWwTNTj. VESfELS, fej |- of any desottjj&n^ t^ffiabl^RH^. iora °gPE0ICGE R. DIBBSjITcO., ^ftwt- ? Agents. ,VjicEAK TO SYDNEY. \I The Australasian Steam Navi ''^'m gat'on Company's Steamers will leave ElpjDl Morpeth /calling at Newcastle), h^gM during the yrnsmiiywonthyra follows: n»^iK 1 £/ atoVclock a.m./ inlSDAYS \lti-Atoso, Captain -iams, &« 3E0RGE R. DIBBS & CO., Bfijt- Agents, Scott-street, tebfatle, June, 1861. ? IpESSEL FOR SAN FRANCISCO. l^ltON MONDAY, THE 15tViNSTANT. ?Hs Tii«-!igato/uii/sliif'' NIMROUD,' '^^. !ir2 T™*{reyE5r vi^» l'eterkin, '*8j{»' CpmlaiidajJttfn be uespatched from '$§& lewdhstle punctually to the above Cfetag passengers are invited to inspect the juftdBCCoinmodatioi] of this fine vessel. tClisjsage, apply to r ^^ k. dibBS and CO., JW Scott-street, ' iPtaitle, Stli July, 1801. L| WANTED, trCTtARTER, VESSELS, Ojt from WU/o&QO tons, fo...

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

N 0JM_C E . M'e respectfully intimate to our readers and the public generally, that the present quarter has now com. menced. Those desirous of becoming Subscribers are requested to forward their names as early as conve nient. TERMS OF-SUUSCIUFTION : S. d. I f paid in advance .. .... .. (Per Quarter).. 6 0 If placed to account ? ( (( j-# 7 q ®hij ItyujatBtfc aflmmrclq. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 18(51.

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AMERICA. New York, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

AMERICA. New York, May 13. Universal attention is directed from Europe to Ameiicu. — On the 5th May, the twenty days of grace granted by President Lincoln to'the citizens in arms against the peace was nbandoned. The course was probably necessary to collect his strength, and feel the pulse of the people, and the result appears to justify the dclny. — Washington is amply proviuect against assault. The troops are learning in all di rections with great 7,eal und animation. — Baltimore is in possession of the Fede-al troops, and Recording to last accounts tho town was placed under martial law. — The rond to Washington to the north and north-cast is kept open against that portion of the Marylnnd population, who sympathised with the Secessionists. — The Virginia Water had been com pletely blockaded, nnd before this time nn effective blockade will have been established at Charlestown. —Savannah and Now Orleans, nnd Western Virginia, had declared for the Union, nnd even in other parts of the...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. (From the S. SI. Herald's Melbourne Telegraphic Correspondent.) The P. aud O. Steamer Benares arrived at King George's Sound] on the 4th July, l'assengers for Sydney : Lieutenant Stuart, Mrs. Pen ins, Messrs. Walker, t'elloives, Angelow, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl. The Jeddo's Mail was delivered in London via Marseilles on 13th, and via Southampton on I9;h Muy. The Gazelle of May 3rd, announces the betrothal of the Princess Alice to the Prince Louis of Hesse. A bill granting to the Princess a douceur of £?'{0,000, and an annuity of £0,000, passed by a vote of both Mouses. It is rumoured that an nllianca will shortly tako place between the Duke of Newcastle nnd the Princess Mary of Cambride. Gold has been discovered in Nova Scotia. The Opposition in the House of Commons intend to move the omission of the repeal of the paper duty from the Budget Bill. The London portion of the Indian Fnminc Relief Fund has now readied to upwards of £97,09 k The 2000 Guineas...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. te the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. i,. 'Familiarity breeds contempt' iimcm, otnerwise !^T»om»n, or child could look upon a coal fire with. '^nAJer When a powder-mill explodes, the public '/.taut the accident, and stand aRhast at the sad fate of ™»r fellows who are compelled to follow an avoca ''Jdiniteroii! ; how very few of us ever pause to think !£Linn of « coal mine. Can the reader, on the in. 11 TiMliie to hiimelt tne ternuie aim uisatirous conse [ lljfof fire-damp explosions? Probably not; then let J1 'S*«d to enlighten him. During the five years ending I' KTlpts than S5G persons have died in consequence of 2 5S?SptaSon«. & the British islands. It would be S Jfrt&ftd than profitable to go over this terrible detail. I ffi ; to state that with the exception of the Lundlull Srinn in 1857, which killed 170 individuals, the recent i ^Srticcident ha? been the most disastrous that has taken 'Jfeduringthe last five years. Are we justified in calli...

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POLICE. TUESDAY. (Before H. Scott. Esq P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

POLICE. TUESDAY. (Before H. Scott. Esq.. P.w i George Higginbotham, of the firm of Higriaboft,,. Tighe, butchers, was summoned to answer » cWJ lawfully making alterations and additions to a bn!H* Hunter.street. Mr. O'Meagher, of Maidii JJj for the defence, fins case was one involviae n«r interest to this city. Mr. Higginbotham had ffl! cessary for business purposes, to enlaree bu „;. '?'' he applied to the Police Magistrate for the ncceia™ mission, which was granted, in writing. Theitta/1 tne chief constable was afterwards called to the ? stance, and having, as in duty bound, made himS? quaintcd with the facts of the case, he brought u» before the court, when it was made pretty clear th,i the foot-path was required to be kept 12 feet ck I building had made such an encroachment as to 1«. ' , (i feet 3 inches clear. ThlMifficulty of the case £ ?' fact that on the 10th May. last, two respectable tr,l! apply to the Police Magistrate for a certain *Z which is granted, and on the 8th July...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Srr— It is not through self-gratification, or does it arise from any ambitious motive of having my name figuring in your paper, that I address these lines to you, but from a motive which I trust is more noble and honorable, and that is, in taking the part of the weak against the strong. In so doing, I shall have to bring under your notice some gloomy facts, oil no less a subject than the existing preju. dice in Australia against men of color j but before I pro. ceed further with the task I have undertaken fas I am well aware that this letter will be criticised by many whose abi lities are far superior to mine), allow me, Mr. Editor, to apologise to you, as well as to others, for any infringement I may make upon the English language, and if there be fonnd anything ungrammatical in my statement, you will, I hope, overlook it, as coming from the bauds of a fo reigner, and that foreigner a ' darkey.' Now, Mr. Editor, what I would call your atten...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

To the Editor of the Xdor.attle Clmmiale in— In looking over Ct Christie's letter of the 10th lint, I find he has entered on a long story of how the ir happened. In mine of the (ith, 1 did nut argue the it of the boy's innocence or guilt, nor of the causes that tied to this unpleasant affair, but I left these to bo ited at the trial. Indeed, hud C. Christie any respect you, he never would have asked you to insert such a ry. If publishing the evidence of both sides of the trtion is considered to prejudice a case, how much more ttaccountof n party who himself is informed hy the iotifPs witnesses, likely to do so ? 1 do not deny the icity of his assertions, but that was nut the place for n, Let your readers bear in mind his story, and after trial compare it with the evidence. The point at issue ii C. Christie's conduct justifiable in demanding back »y previous to iho trial I If Mr. Christie lins a legal it to the boy, why does he not demand him from the I, and get a warrant to bring hi...

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THE MINMI RAILWAY STATION, AND THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

THE MINMI RAILWAY STATION, AND THE j GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. In our issue of the 3rd instant, appeared a petition to the government, from the inhabitants of Minmi and neigh, bourhood, praying the establishment of a station at, or near, the junction of the Great Northern and Minmi rail ways. The petition set forth the great loss and inconveni ence at present experienced by the inhabitants of this locality, from the want of the proposed station ; but it must be borne in mind, that not only would their interests be materially enhanced by the carrying out of the project, but mai me advantages arising iiierciruui wuuui dc oi consi derable importance to other districts, which are more or less interested in the general welfare and' prosperity of the locality in question. The movement is, in our opinion, one of considerable importance to the district generally, and no efforts should be spared in promoting its success; but, notwithstanding that a petition has been drawn up and ready lor pres...

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

MUDGEE AND THE GRKAT NORTH ERN RAILWAY. The following offioinl reply hag been re ceived to the petition adopted nt the lute in fluential meeting held in the .Town PIull on the suhjeot of internal communication: — Department' of Public Works, Sydney, 24th June, 1SG1. Sir— In reference to the petition signed by you on behalf of the inhabitants of the town and district of Aludgee, pray, ing that a tramway or railway may bo established between that town and Muswellbrook to meet tho Great Northern Railway at tho latter place, I am directed to inform you that the' Secretary for Public Works is very sensible of the importance of facilitating traffic to so_ importantyuid in creasing a district as Mudgee, and desires me to say that preliminary surveys aro now in progress for ascertaining the best and nloU efficient means for eflecting this object ' A I have.the honor to be, sir, ?' ' Your most obedient ssrvnnt, John Rah. Andrew M'Caulcy, Esq., Mayor, Mudgce.

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EXPORT OF COAL. WEEK ENDING JULY 12. 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

V EXPORT OF COAL. * Wp.ek kndino July 12. I8C1 ! — Coal and Copper Company.— Sydney, 1431 tons; Mclbonrnc, 230 tons; Adelaide, 85 tons; New Zealand, 302 tons-i steamers, 40 tons. Total, 2154 tons A. A. Company.— Sydney, 471 tons ; Melbourne, 1132 toil!) ; steamers, 70 tons. Total, 1CS2 toiu. I Hollow-ay's Pills and Ointment.— Anur« against disease.— Who would barter health for wmN Yet strange is it that while men will pay immensely the assurance of their property, they grudge a few snilli for llie preservation of their health. By their policy u are freed from loss by fire, by the possession of Hollow remedies they may be secured against sufferings by aise* Let all avail themselves of these unfailing and inexpenu safeguards. They cannot hurt, they must be »»'«wr7 any disease, and nnder auy circumstances. Hollpwi Pills strengthen tho stomach, prevent flatulency, pun JM blood, and invigorate tho nerves. Holloway's Ointii soothes and heals external ailments. This valuable pol« of assura...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 July 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. Nf.W INSOLVENTS. July 10.— James O'Keeffe, of Wagga Wagga, pound keeper. Liabilities, £377 5s. Cd. Assets — value of per sonal property, £177 3*.: outstanding debts, jfjlo' I Is. 3d. : total, £193 14s..M. Delicit, £183 Us. Id. July 10.— Thomas O'Connor, of Camperdown, store keeper. Liabilities, £J53 18s. Id. Assets — value of per. sonal property, £80 ; outstanding debts, £6'C 12s, b'd. : total, £llfi 12s. 8d. »eficit, £407 -is. 5d. July 11.— William Parker, of William-street, Rcdfern, Sydney, labourer. Liabilities, £227 -'s.Od. Assets— value of real property, £121); of personal property, £3; total, £123. Deficit, £10t Us.Od. July 11.— (jeorge Miller, of Ocenn. street, Upper Pad. dington, quarrymnn. Liabilities, £!J3 'Is. 8d. Assets value of real property (mortgage! for £6U), £CS; of per sonal propertv, £7 : total, £75. Deficit, £18 4s. Kd. July II.— khody Helfernan, of Richmond IJottom, far mer. Liabilities, £3 -V 17s. Oil. Assets— value of personal property. £1 5s....

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

MARRIAGE. On the 10th instant, by special license, by the Rev. W. Hill, at the residence of the bride's father, Newcastle, William Smith Pendleton, commander of the barque   William Watson, only son of John Brown Pendleton, Esq.,   of New York, to Jessie Haephzibih, eldest daughter of Mr. Jesse Hannell, of the Lighthouse, Newcastle, and niece of the Mayor of Newcastle. DEATH. At the Military Barracks, Newcastle, on the 11th instant,   John William, the fifth child of Sergeant Darby, of the Royal Artillery, aged 2 years and 5 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 July 1861

WEST HAITLAND AGENCY. CtUBSCRIBERS to tho Newcastle Chrtd Q resident at East and West Maitland, respectfully informed, thut Mr. it. Blair, ! tioner, is appointed agent for the same. Mr. will, from tiie lst.Anril, 1-61, serve the paptl su scribers and receive the names of new ones; also all subscription'. Single copies of th« p may be had of. Mr. B. . ' ; fp H E NEWCASTLE CHRONI01 J- and Hunter River Neut. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY and SATPBDAT. TERMS OF ADVEIITI81KO J ' ....L Four lines or under ? One Shi W Eight lines or ovot four ? E?° offi Twelve lines or over eight ? EhtMoi.S Sixteen lines or over twelve ? FourSMW For every additional line, two-pence. A disoount will be ullowed on all advertiKinent-ylf | serted according to the following scale, via..:— -.???' Four insertions ? lOperoeofci Fight ditto ? 20 „ ,.,;:. Thirteen ditto (one, quarter). .. 30 ,, -i'|jj_., Newcastle -.—Printed and publishtd by thsProwj* H. M'DicKENand J. Baker, «t tb» -*H« G«o»r»l Printing Offie*, Boltoa....

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 July 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. SniPWRECK and Loss of Six Lives. — The Dundee Advertiser reports that the brig Ocean's Bride, which left Seahaoi, on Saturday, with a cargo of coal, was wrecked cm Monduy at the roouih of the Tay. She bad been, on Sunday evening, running for the Tay, but about 11 o'clock, when a strong easterly wind had sprung up, those on board first saw the lights of Tay, and then discovered that they had departed from their course. While in the act of letting go the anchor, the vessel ran agrouud on the banks. On striking the second time the masts went overboard, and ghe became a wreck. At that time, no doubt, several of the poor fellows were carried away and drowned. All night the vessel luy on the sandbank exposed to tho rage of the waves ; and all night, ton, tome at least of her crew had clung to her. Early next morning the wreck was observed by some Gshermen, who put off in their boats to ascertain the nature of the disaster, and, if possible, to render assist ance. When th...

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LECTURE ON COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 July 1861

i.iiCTORE ON COURTSHIP AND ??marriage. Tho Rev. Dr. Miller delivered a lecture on courtship and marriage, at the Town Hall, Birmingham, on Thursday, 7th instant. He commenced by dividing his subject, sermon wise, into three heads, under each of which, he trusted, there would be many applications. The first concerned falling in love ; the se cond, courtship— more especially ' popping the question ;' and the third, marriage. With respect to the first of these divisions there were, according to the doctor's notion of the matter, two methods of falling in love — fulling in love proper, and falling in love, philosophically speaking, improper. Falling in love proper was failing into love when one could not help it; in other words love at first sight. He dissented from the dogma laid down by a recent writer in the ' Corn hill Magazine,' to the effect that there w.is no such thing, and quoted from the ' Tem pest' that pas-age wherein Ferdinand declares his love to Miranda, to show that our ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOUNRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 July 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m.— The steamer City of Hobart has re. turned to port in consequence of the weather, and grounded during a dense fog. She was got off with but trifling damage. The escorts have brought 27,888 ozs. Seturday, 7 p.m.— The journals are full of election ad. drei-sts and English news. — There has been sume specula tion in brandy and tobacco, but has left prices unchanged.— Mr. W. P. Nicholson's creditors have met and adjourned fur further information. Direct liabilities, £SO0U ; con tingent, £20,000. QUEEXSCLIFF. I Thursday, 7 p. m.— Arrived.Jjjly 11.— Harriet Hope, 1 and Monarch, from Newcastle. Saturday, 7 p.m.— Arrived, July 13.— Choice, schooner, from Hull, via Libbon and Cape Town. ADELAIDK.-. Saturday, 4 p.m. — Flour remains without improvement. Ordinary brands, £14 7s. Cd. WAeat receded in price. Accounts from the copper mines are still prosperous, but the want of minors is still felt. . : J.AMBINV imr^ Saturday, 6 a.m.— During thVweekVeon...

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A CHAPTER ON DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 July 1861

A CHAPXtfll ON DIAMONDS, BY A DIAMOND MERCHANT. ( From the Court Journal.) Thosocxqtiimtiliule lumps of crystallised carbon nrc remurkubly unprepossessing in their natural stait-. To an unpractised eyo they resemblo ordinary pebbles bo closely thut a casual observer would bij likely to throw them awny us useless, never imagining mat, xtmm cut ana pohsiieu by the lapidary s art, these unattractive crystals form the choicest ornaments of regal splendour, and command a value far beyond that of any other natural production. The diamond is the hardest known substance, is susceptible of the most brilliant polish, and can only be , «ut, ground, or polished by itself. Diamonds are cut in two ways, as rose diamonds and as brilliants. The rose is flat at the bottom, and the facets meet at the top in a point. The brilliant, on tho other hand, has a flat table' and the facets at the bottom and sides are cut like a prism, and meet in a blunt point called a ' culit. For many years they ?were supp...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 July 1861

TUB MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The council met at half-pat 7 on Monday evening last. Present ?. The Mayor, ^nderinen Kemp, Tiglic, Coilette, Pratteu, and Ross; Mr. Dulling, clerk; the City Surveyor was also in attendance. The minutes of last meeting were read and con firmed. A communication from the Electric Telegraph De partment, requesting permission to erect poles within the municipality, \v;is laid before the meeting, and it was at once ngreed to accede to the request, but with the proviso that they should be made s/mething sightly. Alderman Coulettc thought the matter should be remitted to the City Surveyor The Mayor was quite decided that the ugly saplings that met the eye everywhere should not be permitted, and he considered that the city was entitled to some con sideration. He would have the posts squared, and made ornamental, so far as that could be done ; and it appeared to be ultimately agreed tlml the matter could not be in better hands than those of the Mayor. An application fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 July 1861

Hollowat's Ointment and Pitts.— Women* trials. — Nothing.so systematically weakens the constitution as the suspension of any function. Mothers should pay particular attention to the health of their daughters at that time when they neglect will inevitably prmluce/jonstitutional debility. The commencement of- this derangement is usually discovered by the development of certain nervous symptoms, which will, gradual y pass awsy if riolloway'i Ointment be well rubbed twice a day upon the back pod abdomen, whilst the Pills are taken in appropriate doses. This treatment safely corrects every, faulty function. The most obstinate cases cannot long resist the wholeson;* and- . restorative powers of thesa active remedies/ if used with ° perseverance, and assisted by proper diet1, and' moderate out-door exercise. DESIRABLE INVESTMENT.— FOR SALE, an Allotmejttof Land, [pleasantly situated near the Obelisk, Nofoastle, ySize, 28 feet by 83 feal^on , t which ia erMfeO&urVwmfortahlp 2-stpria...

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