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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. American Episcopal Church. — The Rev. C. R. Curry having been requested to lecture on the American Protestant Episcopal Church, he very kindly consented, and delivered one of the most in teresting lectures on the early history and progress of the church in America, ever delivered in St. Mark's School, on the 22nd ultimo, which was lis tened to with great attention and applause; and at its close a unanimous vote of thanks was accorded. Mr. Curry is at present officiating at St. John's Melbourne, and is, we believe, the first clergyman of Amer'can ordination ever employed in our church in this colony. — Melbourne Church of Englandd Ce cord, July 1. Serious Mining Accident, — On Friday after noon last, a serious accident in the mines at the New Rush befel a young man named Ludzwig Codcrberc, about 28 years of age. Fonr men were working down a shaft, and were facing nn-l driving the wash-dirt out, when the unfortunate man started forward to knock down the dirt, when t...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORTS FROM THE DISTRICT DURING THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

Exports prom tub District nuniNo theWekk enoino 13th July. — The following is an abstract of the exports, from the manifests of the steamers mid coasters, of the principal produce received coastwise from tho Hun ter River District, for the week ending July 13.— liacon, 3 bales, LU ; bran, 10 bags, L2; bones, 7 bags, LI ; calves, 21, L20; cattle, 6 head, L21 ; Cool, 3!-0 tons, L244; eggs, 37 cases, 1.142 1 flmtr.fiO bags, L5J; hairr, 3 ha^s, L10i hay, 1,'S 14 trusses, L1070 j bides, OO.'t, LWOj norms, 11, L'JSuj tnnlze, 3272 bushels, L/i72 j oranges, 81) cases, L35 ; |-igs, 205, L'ilOj potatoes, !!U bags, US s poultry, -W cuops, L122| pumpkins, M bags, LO; sheep, (MO, Lu'43; sheepskins, 24 bales, LH4j Tallow, Bl cask, LlOSi wheat, 142 bugs, LHOj wool, 12 hides, L-12Ui tobacco, colonial, 1 keg, L12.— S. if. Herald, Mil. Hi;U(in, ot iHaiunnn, inionuu opening nn establishment nt Stoektm, where he hns. leas, d some premises, and inteudx carrying on his soup and cnndle works, besides maki...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. July 17.— Richard Owen Thomas, of Araluen, gold miner. Liabilities, -£71 8s. 4d. Assets— value of personal property, £10. Deficit, £08 Ss. -Id. July 17. — William Legs, of Murrurutidi, farmer. Lia. bilities, £98 10s. Assets— value of personal property, £0 7*. Deficit, £80 3s. July 17.— Alexander Allan Mackenzie, of Wollongong, dairyman, Liabilities, £232 2s. (id. Assets— value of personal property, £45. Defiuit, £187 2s. Gd. -

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THE OTAGO GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

THE OTA GO GOLD FIELDS. Our papers from Otngo, New /oulund, are to the 22nd June. Thu fallowing are the latest reports from the Lindis River gold-fiulds: — I Bend you nn extract of n letter from the dig gings, which may afford your readers some informa tion us regards thu Lindin diggings. — F. Walker. — ' 1 arrived on tne diggings on tne a mi May, aim in the course of the evening sot up my tout and went to work. I w 11 not detail all my small ex oriuncus, but at once proceed to give you my notion of the value of this place. All who go steadily and ra tionally to work are doing exceedingly well. So far as I know by their own statement, they are clearing 30 1. per day, and depend upon it they are not exag gerating. Numbers of people catna here from On tiedin, and left without putting into the ground pick, shovel, or spade — without resources of any kind. Tlit'ir account of course will bo unfavourable, but worth nothing. No one that I know of who lias been on any other diggings hm left...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

NEW ZEALAND. By II. M. S. Cordelia, which left Auckland on the 23rd ultimo, wo loam that n report has been cir culated to the cfrect that the Waikutos had requested the Governor to allow them a second meeting or ranunga, for the purpose of re-considering the pro clftmution, but the general impression appear d lo l)u that hostilities would commenco throughout this is land at no very distant date — Herald, July 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

EXPORT OF COAL. - Wbkk enoi.no July 19, 18U1 s— A. A. Company.— Sydney, 588 tons; Melbourne, 1251 Ions; steamers, 92 tons. Total, 11)31 tons. Coal and Coffer. Comvany.— Sydney, 411 tons, Adelaide, 500 tons ; New Zealaud, 510 tons ; Total, NJu'3 ton* . \ \

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Mr. Clocte, Gold Commissioner, to the Lecretary for Lands. Goulburn, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

o Mr. Clocte, Gold Commissioner, to the Lecrctary for Lands. :?' : Goulburn, Tuesday afternoon. lie; f troops arc sent, we can forward fifty men from here to po. nngong in three days. Vehicles ami horses have been gitlttd at our disposal by the Goulburn inhabitants. I ,jn (telegraphed for commissioners to return and remain '' urtera, Lambing Flat, until the last extremity, police y' « police. In accordance with your instructions, 1 it, lin M Goulburn, but am ready and willing to go to en Tingoiig at a moment's notice. ,_ private telegram has also been received by the Go , ' !ment, stating that the inhabitant) of Goulburn will lv* ttthiclej and horses a; the disposal of the military n I police. rttl he following telegram was received lust night viaGoul ikl 'ity Mr. J. J. Roberts, from his son, who is a resident jre umbing Flat :— ' fearful work at the Flat. The dig ? fire ill possession of the place. The troopers are all i \ Everyone thinks it unsafe for property to be sent. :(™ tit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

Buildino Improvements. — Many of our readers will, doubtless, have observed the additions and alterations which have recently been made to the range of buildings nituate in Hunteir-street, and immediately opposite Rome's bntfl. One of thesis crucliourt, tho property of Mr. Paiue, bookseller, is about to be added to the number of our dra pery establishments, imdtir the management of M r.Scoiilltr, who has, we believe, recently arrived from Sydney. On Tuesday evening last, a select party of gentlemen accepted the hospitable invitation of the proprietor, and sat down to an excellent repast which had been provided on the |i re- mises. Mr. Scoullcr occupied tho chair, and Mr. Paine the vice.chalr. Several tnants were given nnd responded to, and the company separated at a late hour, after a plea, saut evening's entertainment. l'lilKCEsa Theatre. — Tho lovers of terpsichoro will feel interested In learning that Mr. W. Cleveland, the cele. breted step-dancer, will take his benefit at this e...

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From Gold Commissioner to Secretory for Lands. Yass, Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

5lM f From Gold Commissioner to Secretary for Lands. Yass, Tuesday, 1 J.30 a.m. Abo; [hi whole of the police 'have retreated from Lamlrn,; catoi ijiWd the gold field is lel't entirely without police pro (0 ,| tion, I lelt the camp at three o'clock yesterday (IWon 7 ' ') afternoon. Everything there is quiet. Should have ™ graphed for leiiiforcenients, but knocked up with pi c- 1D( u work. Rested for nn huur or two about fourteen eitra leion the road. 1 was here overtaken about nine o'clock q I night by the mounted patrol, under captain Zuueh, ]j Stated that in consequence of a general rising of the t, b, hfi position at the camp was untenable, and that itfore, to prevent the amiihilation of his men, he had ^ itiltd. He will himself s--nd particulars on arrival »' t. A large force of military and police srould at once ijkjjjpilched, if law and order are to be maintained. My jy | here without power to cuiorce either, is next to

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

The news that has agitated tbe public mind for the Inst two or three days is the Lambing FJnt riots (the particulars will be found in nnothcr pnrt of our papers. Jt is impossible to look nt this matter without lamenting the disgrace that has thereby been brought upon our free institutions. There is not the shadow of an excuse to be found for the foolish and heartless vagabonds that have disgraced tho English name by those proceedings. We thought of going into what is called the j Chinese question when we lilted our pen ; j but why wait to discuss an abstract political j theory when the vital question of order is i danger? Who dare speak of liberty with rioters at the door ? Who need debate tho propriety of amending our laws wlu-n all our authorities are set at defiance ? Perhrms a more forcible argument might be found in asking our merchants and storekeepers where would be the security for their properties without the high moral authority of the law to protect it. There is much cons...

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from Mr. Cloete, Gold Commissioner, to Secretary for Lands. Goulburn, Tuesday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

IB horn Mr. Cloete, Gold Commissioner, to Secretary for Linds. Gonlburn, Tuesday, 10.30 a.m. i Mt. Griffin telegrams nait-past ono, Monuay — Koll-up . ?? |(rening,Sunday,ab!iutcighto'clock. Camp attacked rlBl iesto rescue prisoners; repulsed each time by mounted '?* inUmnunted troopers under Messrs M'Lerie and ben deb, ill of whom behaved splendidly.. Fatal j&sunlties nfii the aide of rioters, several wuundeil man and horses on holii !Poiice»ide. ?

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THE A. A. COMPANY'S COAL MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

THE A. A. COMPANY'S COAL MINES. It is some three or four weeks since that a train; accom panied with a great flourish of trumpets, delivered coal at one of the stailhsof our port; ami the sound reaching our ears, we were, as in duty bound, called on to enquire what all the noise was about. 1 he A. A. Company every one speaks about, but we are not sure that those initials are very generally understood. The Australian Agricultural Company is a misnomer now, so far as we of Newcastle are concerned, but we. must just hold this to be a descriptive term for a great mercantile firm ; and, if we went to the Stock Exchange in London, we would be told that it was a concern with a capital of actual paid up money amounting to £3HO,(ll)0, divided i:ito 20,000 shares of £19 each, the great bulk of which is held in_ Kngland ; and the matt that would hold this to be a trifle in a colony not yet eighty years oKI, would not, in our opinion, be entitled to stand very high us a political econo mist. Th...

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Superintendent of Patrol to Minister of Lands. Yass, Tuesday, 11 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

f| Superintendent of Patrol to Minister of Lands. iti Yass, Tuesdaj, 11 p.m. ''» Thcctmp was attacked tor me purpose ot rescuing three :'Cn juneri for Chinese riots. We fought them for two hours 1 *'! i more. Attack commenceil at a quarter to eight W kk, »nd by ten o'clock we drove them olF, killing and '?%tx ,ajji,g many. Three, we know, are dead, and we have Wi jni of numbers wounded. My report will explain all. '''l ten ipe:ial constables came to the camp— two only Btd. mere was no response 10 uic can waue ui me res ''* sUblepartof the commuuity. Position I found unte '1 Jkigainst the numbers that were prepared to revenge idtfal of Sunday n'ght. Some three thousand, better 3! ipirtj and organised, were to attack, and had sworn to itror the whole of us. I have brought away the whole ice, wounded included. Prisoners brought up on Mon ? j md admitted to bail. Quite well, wounds merely ? -?? liny, and if 1 had remained lives -would have been ?! triukly lost. Force 57.

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MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

MINML (From a Corresponded.) A meeting ol Hie operatives ot Aiinmi was nelu on I ucs day last, atrMr. Heslop's Minmi Hotel, to take into consi deration the bi'st means of assisting the men now out on strike in Sydney, to resist Ihe injustice of the Messrs. Hus scll and Co. Mr. White having been voted to the chair, opened the proceedings by explaining the objects of the meeting, after which several speakers addressed the meet ing, unanimously deprecating the conduct of the Messrs. Russell and Co., and recommending the assistance of the men to resist it. ,\Lr. Wallace then moved the following resolution : — ' That this meeting pledges itself to assist the late em ployees of Messrs. Russell and Co., in their resistance to the injustice nf that firm.' The resolution having been put to the meeting was car ried without a dissentient voice, after which a vote of tlianks having been given to the miners of Minmi for their generous support, the meeting separated. Minmi, July 17, lBtil.

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[?]Superintendent of Patrol to Inspector-General of Police. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

m*1 ntiDteodeut of Patrol to Inspector-General of Police. linn Bummgong. Monday morning. i*t [|ii reported on good authority that the camp is ts be rlbtrg&ttticked to-night by Urge numbers, and that arms, liiiti 'tire been procured in proportion. Two of the rioters ae of , j^jjjj and others in a dangerous state. I believe many ijuX,jimiled. We had five horses wounded, and I think liii aDr. The men sergeants Brtmnan and Stewart are doing ct,m flj the former I sent into Yass by escort. The weather tojjjptrigbtful; incessant rain.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

SHIPPING. ARKIVAI.S. July 17.— G:i Bush, bri-r, 172, Uncley, from Melbourne. July 17.— .Murm, brig, 195. .Mitchell, from Sydney. July lti.-Graltou, steamer, from Sydney. July UK— Dnugl.iF, schooner, 93, Mcarns, from Auck land, N.K., 3.jih ultimo. July I!).— Sea Nymph, brig, Morrieon, from Auckland, New Zealand. DKPAMX'ItES. July 17.— Pioneer, schooner, Dnl.in, for Brisbane, with 121 halts hay, 1C2 bags maize, 155 bags bran, and. 3000 feet timber. July 18,— Grxfton, steamer, for Grafton. COASTKRS OUTWAHDS. July 17.— i'etrel, Australia, and Louisa- Maria, from Sydney. ? .-, July 18.— Venus, and Gem, from Sydr.CV. ? July 19.— Cumberland, Notion, Atlantie^from Sydney. COASTERS INWARDS. July 17.— Jane, for the Richmond. Julv 18.— Pacific, for Sydney. , ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

?occtiio-flftioe to Masters of Vessels Trading to the chapl«iD| si. Port of Newoastle. Pr-W I M the STEAM DREDGE is about to commence mount] '4-i!r0* in ^e CoaI chBnnel» /ll vessels drawing , --/? cj/eleren feel /roier are requested to use the { 'f?^f|iad Channel wIM jpuw&alrWjmd ships o/greaUr j *ffi %* CB& onlv B»jP/tl^™^6e one W'f before '?; ijt J|1r water when7|/r moorings will bVslacked ^k^Z ^d.t.allXn, abMa'tiiL- / Harbour Master. ajj ,U StwcMtle, 19th July, 1861. me four STEAM TO SYDNEY. w? i:ii The Australasian Steam Navi t- dslrW gotion Company's Steamers will leave , ;-«HE Morpetk (calling at Newcastle), a Wt (fjgSBJS* during the ensuing month, as follows : The a ^NDa^IS lCott**«-*. Captain Mulhall, the tl ffiURSDAYS / at 8 °'clock °m b ? folDAYS / ^ flM*' P'm7 DCBDil l. oEORGfe'RrDIBBS & CO,; lj ?» i ' ' Agents, Scott-street. oIHdb N«vrcaitle, 20th July, 1801. ? It if STEAM -TUG fTAMAR.' flvc. n- The undefcir qAL ar/ prepared to 18, , cWftk. «r«nge...

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LOSS OF THIS BRIG WANDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

. LOSS OF TUB BJUG WANDERER, ^yB are indebted to Mr. W. II. Whyte, merchant, of this city, for the following information, which was received by telrgraru last evening :— The Wanderer, a fine brig of about 200 tons, left this port on the 29th ultimo, with a cargo of coal and miire, bound to Adelaide. The voyage had been a favourable viic uiivii me vcsbei emerea uasss a traits, where she en countered extremely boisterous weather, and was eventually driven ashore on Barren Island, and shortly afterwards be. came a total wreck. The vessel and cargo were entirely lost, but, fortunately, the whole of the crew were saved. The Wanderer was an exceedingly fine vessel of her class, and was 'owned by Messrs. Merriman and Co., of Sydney. On the present occasion s!ic had been chartered by Mr. W. H. Whyte, to proceed to Adelaide. We understand that both vessel and cargo are fully insured in the Sydney Mirine Assurance Office. Tbe Wanderer was well known in ihe trade between Sydney and Melbourne a...

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"Superintendent to Inspector-General of Police. Burrangong, Monday, 9-12. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

'^'iisniit Superintendent to Inspector-General of Police. Burrangonir, Monday, 912. «od immediately a tew casea 01 ueane, Auams, ana J me'i revolvers, and Colt's naval cartridges. Also, some m, «of percusiioa caps to fit these revolvers.

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RETREAT OF THE FORCES FROM BURRANGONG. {Special Message to Yass.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 July 1861

RCTnCAT OH TUB FORCES FROM BtlRR tNOONO. (Special Mesi'Ago to Yn$i.) Roberta's Station, Monday, 10 p.m.— I aend you this hasty telegram to Bay that since last night the excitement-here is nitons'*. The mob at Tippewry ' Gully nre arming to a man. 'The three mon arrcited were brought before the benoh to-day, and com mittcd for trial. Tho forces have been under arnw ? the last 43 hours. The cnauaH'tcs are greater \han I sent you yesterday, but I cannot sond you paVticu- ; lars, th's ' roll-tip' being for no other purpoiolhin ; revenge, Tho,,.«ien committed have bee,n allowed ' bail. CapTain'\Zdu'ch very wisely determined to withdraw the fo'ree, from the utter impossibility of holding the camp. They are now on their way to Yttss. I hope tho Government will see the necessity of sending n military force here at once ; they have ? had caution enough In this affair— military forc» must bo sent without delay. Yaks, Tuesday, *l0'lls p m.— I liftvo arrived »»' this place ; being publicly name...

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