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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

? : — : ? ^4 ?/, Toothache Cored in aa imtanf MR. ESKELL, Resident SureJ list, of London, Manchester 85 mingliam, Liverpool, and Sheffield, MeZ College of Dentists of England, maV b, «„ 21, Hunter-street, Sydney. y ' M1U| = Toothache cured with Mr. Ekell'i 0i M Essence, price, 2s. Cd. per bottle. ™ Eskell's Elixir, forpurifyingthebreai - mg the mouth, removing unpleasant -Z, T charge, 2s. 6d. per bottle! Lot.of TeS * from one to a complete set. N-.B--~A lurKe nnd ^sh stock of h S Elixir Lotions, &c, on hand. i Agency at the Chronicle' Ofcr Stationery, Books, WrappingPaJwr1 rpllK undersigned have always o&han/fc ?»? supply of superior stationery, accoMl' wrapping paper, &c, which they import dinT London, consisting of — ..??£ Writing papers, envelopes, wedding andotUfc stationery, surveyors' and engineen'u^ papers, tracing papers, and calico; dtirill terials, mathematical instruments fuul AND NAUTICAL STATIONERTiR services, prayer books, family and pocufi . in...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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THE TORBANHILL MINERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

THE TORBANHILL MINERAL. [From the Ironmonger and Metal Trades' Advertiser.) Tlicre is Iinrdly a sulmlnnce in the whole mineral kingdom winch hits given rise to more virulent discussion as to its (me nature than the Torbuuhill mineral, or Boghead coiil, as it is sometimes called. These two names almost tell the story of the dispute ; one sot of naturalists looking on it us a mi Rural sut r/cnerts, the other regarding it as a true coal in the mineralogical, geological, and chemical ncoeptution of the term. On this disputed point thousands of pounds have been already spent, and many more scom likely to go into the pockets of the lawyers on account of it. If ever it is deter mined not to be ticoal, but a distinct mineral, we beg to suggest most humbly that it be called law-stone or legalitc, from the magni tude of the litigations which have arisen from its doubtful nature. A lawsuit will shortly take place in Edin burgh onco more to examine into its nature and docidc upon its position i...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

CORKBSPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— Your suggestion a short time ago with regard to the appropriation of the old gaol here tor a reformatory school for juvenile delinquents, I hope will not fall to the ground. That there exists the necessity for such an insti tution, I think the records of the court can testify. Were such an institution established, we may venture to say that in nine cases out of ten, the result would be good. It could be accomplished with small expense to the Government, and might be available for Maitland as well as here. This is a cause worthy to be espoused by our active and effi cient mayor and member ; — here is a responsibility for res ponsible government. I am ignorant of law, nor is it my province to dictate to the arbiteis of justice, but I may ask, would it not be preferable, pending the establishment of a reformatory school, to sentence certain offenders to a few hours', or days', solitary confinement, to sending them to the ga...

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BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

BURRANGONG. cl at TiiBDicoEns'.VitMs Hotel.— At a meet 16 il n Tuesday, the 18th instant, by the inhabitants d jg, in the district of UurrAiigong, Robert Falder, u /, P., in the chair, the following resolutions were I :-The resolutions passed at a meeting held at Tip V iilly for similar puposes, having been read, it was ? d-lst. ' That a Committee be formed by the 1 mis uf Young, to ba called the ' Vigilance Com ? ? whose object shall be to protect lite and property, opIwlJ the law in this district, until the return nf liorities.' Moved by Mr. Greg, and seconded by iiuus— 2nd. 'That such committee shall consist of pmons residing in Young, who shall co-operate t Committees appointed to act for Tipperary Gully, Creek, and Stoney Creek, to carry out the objects meeting. Tlie following gentlemen shall form this llee, viz.— H.Greig, K. Downey, Win. Bigg, W. J. Edwd.Freoman, B. l'liillips, Wm. Muares, K. Con. U Cohen, diehard Guion, J. Eaton, Andrew Con. .Moved by Mr, Spicer, and seconded...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

IIoi.i.oway's Ointmbnt ANi- l'ti.i.s. — Pleasure to the li'«ltliy.— Unless the digestion lie in good urder, our spirits (lruiip, anil our bodies soon hecome enfeebled. llnlliiwny'H remedies relievo at once a (Unordered stomnch, nnd restore the digestive organs to perfect health ami vigour. The Ointment should bu briskly rubbed twiuu a day over tlio pit of the stomnch, and unnii the right sido thnt it may stimulate mid regulate the liver. The Pills act ns (jeutlu aperients, purify the lilooil and cool the system.. They subdue irritation, mill remove all nlutruetions. In ' dronsv and diseases of tho kidneys iinineii.10 success lias nttemiud the diligent use of Hollow.iy'u Pills mid Ointment,, which will so ndjiut every function, that liappiurfsli, mint result. ? *-' TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. T LACHAUMB, Surgeon Dentist, of West U ? Mnitlaml, bogs to inform the inhabitants of Newcastle, and surrounding districts, that his timo being fully occupied nt his residence, he will not bo able, fur ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Population of Australia. — It is computed that tlio Australian group of colonies now numbers nearly one million and a half, say : — Victoria, 550,000 ; New South Wales and Queensland, 390 000 ; South Australia, 150,000 ; Tasmania, 115,000; New Zealand (exclusive of the native race) 85,000; Swan River, 10,000. Total, 1,'100,000; or exclusive nf Nmv Zuiilnnd. 1 ..11.1.000. Kxi'outs from the port of Morpcth to Sydney, for the week ending 20 th July:— Bacon, 4 bales, L1.5; bran, 107 bags, Lili j bones, 0' bags, LI ; calves, 'M; l/li ; cattle, 12, L-10' ; coal, 483 tons, I/JOO ; eggs, IH cases, L133; hay, 13U2 bales, L10I.3; hides, 073, L50i; horses, It, L2!« ; maize, 5210' bushels, L'.IIO; oranges, 2!) cases, Lid; pigs, 287, L287 ; potatoes, (i bags, L6 ; pollard, 88 bags, L8 ; poultry, 35 coops, L85 ; pumpkins, 80 dor.en, LIO; sheep, Hoi, J-.-5.0O ( sheepskins, 11 bales, LUG; tallow, 28 casks, L28t{ tolwcco, 1 keg, LI2; wheat, I-K bags, LMUj wool, 20 bales, L700. Oi'...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Herald and Empire.) YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Ill-raid and Empire.) YASS. Tuesday, 7 p.m.— The first detachment of troops arrived here at live p.m., under the command or captain Wilkie. Intelligence from Lambing Flat states that if any of the ringleaders arc arrested, attempts will be made to rescue them, and that atTipperary Gully they are arming and drilling every day. The escort left here this morning with ?1202 ozs., and ,£2870 from llurrangong. OUUI.HIUIN. Tuesday, 9 p.m.— The escort has arrived, with the fol lowing amount ;of gold : -Braidwood, M30 ozs. 8 dwts. 12 firs. ; Kiandra, 361 oxs. fi dwts. 18 grs. ; Goullmrii, S5 ozs. ISdnts. Weather, cloudy. HATHUliST. Tuesday, 10 p.m.— The gold escort will leave forSnlncv to-night, with I.»l5ozs. gold. It is raining heavily. iloads almost impassable. MICJ.11OCKNE. Monday livening. — In addition to Mr.AV. IT. Nicholson, liergcr Brothers have filed their schedule. Mr. O'Shan nssy will he elected at Kilinore. Messrs. Maxwell and I kales address the elec...

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THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS Since the commencement of the week, we have be™ visited with a continuance of exceedingly inclement ' and boisterous weather, heavy and continuoui r»iw. together with strong south-easterly winds, havine been experienced since Tuesday morning last The depressing influence occasioned by this plurial rUita. tion has to some trifling extent affected businen generally, while, as a matter of course, it has entirely suspended all out-door, operations This, however '- notwithstanding, we certainly possess a slight advtnl ' tage over our friends in the adjacent district*, ut ,'„* : rniny seasons, our streets are not converted into those quagmires and ' sloughs of despond' which tire in sonio other portions of the country, a fruitful touroj of discomfort and annoyance in weather like the present. In all probability the rains have been more or less genernl throughout the northern district!, nnd we observe that in the neighbourhood of Singleton several showers have fa...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NI.W INSOLVENTS. July 22. — William Dunlop, of ISatlmrst-strcet, Sydney, hootmukcr. Liabilities, L3;l o's. '.Id. As-sets, value of per sonal property, L3 Ids.; outstanding (low, Dio' Is. (id. j total, LI!) 1 Is. (id. Deficit, L19 15i 3d. J July 2k — William Hleukelvy, of jVollongoffg, journey man butcher. Liabilities, L32 10s, Assets, value of per sonal property, L(-. Deficit, L2G 10s. July 2K — Klias Moses, of Sydney, merchant, on peti tion aud affidavit. Estimated liabilities, L-M-.liOO ; csli. mated assets, L15.000. Deficit, LflOOO. The Judge allowed the insolvent twenty-one days to prepare his schedule. July 24.— Iienjamin Benjamin, of Sydney, storekeeper, ou petition and affidavit. Estimated liabilities, LI 0,000; astimatcd assets, LIJUO. Deficit, Lo.Ji.'O. MEETINGS UP CIIBDI Tolls. In the insolvent estate of Willi.im Huggins, of Doggy Flat, near Singleton, fanner, a single meeting of creditors was h&ld at the court-house, East Maitlaud, on Monday, July...

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TO A BROTHER POET (MR. J. GOODRIGE, OF MUDGEE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

TO A DUOTllliit I'OET (MR. J. GOODRICH, OF MUDGKE.) Author of ' The Dying Shepherd,' ' Tho Digger's Last Farewell,' ' The Jovial Stockman,' ' Mary on the Banks of Cudgegong,' 'The Cuirassier's Parting with his Betrothed,' &c, &c. Dear brother bard, full well I love to meet Your welcome name on Mudgee Paper's sheet j There, with my friends delighted, 1 peruse, The sweet outpourings of thy mountain muse. AVhat human eye with heart unmoved has read Thy story of that 'Dy.mg Shuphord's' bed, Who stationed in some gully's shadcJTrofound, Witb tanulcd scrubs and frownhm mountains round. Sick and alone, fast dying, lay removed I Far, fur away from all he knew and lovcjf; Far from that kind that gentle mother's kucc Whose ceaseless care watched o'er his infancy, And curly taught his childish lips to frame The accents of his sire and mother's name — His mind the duties which through life we owe To God above and man on earth liolow, And may be, too, once in his youthful days Th...

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EXPORT OF COAL. WEEK ENDING JULY 26, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

EXPORT OF COAL. Wbijk bndi.su July 2G, 18iil :— A. A. Company.— Sydney, 203 tons ; Melbourne, 071 ton:! ; Tasmania, 2(i2 tons ; New Zealand, 249 tons ; steamers, m tons. Total, 1KS2 tons. Cou'AMn Cot'i'iiii Company.— Sydney, CS3 tons j Adelaide, 500 tons ; steamers, -IG tons. Total, 1229 tons

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POLICE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

»' POLICE. WEDNESDAY. 1 IjniMB, the wife of a Mr. WiUon residing at «c& with stealing a leather carriage bag, 'JBrnent of Mr. Merringtmr, on the 23rd .fSngton deposed that on the day named K called by one of his assistants, to the fact - IS who bad made some trifling ; purchases, Si of htving purloined a leather bag, and he m bet movements should be watched. She left r,^,»Mv. exDressine her anxiety to get to the ?'-? riob She was brought back, however, and the in d concealed under her cloak ; she then offered 4 ifctatMr. Merrington declared that he did not L £. in that way, and sent for a constable. Mr. '' S,™eated for the defence,, in cross-examination f9 Slo draw from Mr. Merrington the possibility '' fast bein? the very bag in question j but the ex. re Siterosmgementin this house defeated hun ,d i marks allowing the cost and sel ing price, be. i, % aving reference to the original invoices told ' Si. John M'Mahon, one of Mr. Merrington's '? n't next called, and confirmed t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

Tub Stkam Ditr.nnn. — The steam-dredge is employed alongside the Ballast Wharf, aud appears to take up a large quantity of stones each day ; notwithstanding the divers are employed in raising the largest blocks of stone the dredge frequently draws up some very large pieces which ou being observed, th/j machinery is at once stopped, aud the stone deposited siif'cly in the barges. A number of parties daily visit the wharf to watch the operations of the dredire. and many are the comments, vro and con., as to her capabilities of performing the work required. There is evidently much extra strain on the dredge when employed raising the stones, as tho .chains us«d to keep her steady parted twice in one day ;\riud there can bo little doubt that the wear and tear will be hitich greater than if employed dredging sand. Speaking of the dredge reminds me that her commander and chief-euginccr, Mr. Francis, is about to resign his present appointment for one of a like nature in the colonyof Queensl...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Maitland, 8.10 p.m.— The river is level with tho bank; , it is fast rising, and still raining heavily. !) pan.— «»«f on a lovel with High-street. f\ . ' Singleton, 8.« p.m.— Itivor risen)'!1'1111 ono fuot ' j.30 p.m. Still rising slowly., Not raining now. Tub WiJATiirin at Maitland.— Steady ram ha« «« last set in. Ou Tuesday, wo had another day of threaten ing clouds, with a very slight shower at timei s but in im evening, shortly after sundown, the rain commenced »te» dily, and it continued all night, and also nearly all °y yesterday. Although it never came down m wlut i termed ' pouring' slyle, it was so continuous tint a b'11 , quantity must have fallen, and yesterday a very geiicni appcaranco of surface pools was presented, while every channol was a running brook.— M. Mercury, July 25- ' The Weatiirr at Tamworth.— We mentioned, in our last that, at the hour of our going to press on Fna»J ovening, it had not consod raining, and from tn« WP ; quantity which must ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO M.E.H. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. TO M.E.H. ' And for true worth, the hardest task If its own praise to sound:' That you hare something learn'd I see. Since first you 'gan to write tome. Vour ' self-respect' was then your theme j 'Bout female worth you then did dream ; Rut now you know it is not righl These to bring forward to the Tight ; But rather let them grow and bloom, And meekly shed their sweet perfume Within the circle of the hearth, And 'mong the friends that gave them birth ; Until they're found and courted by One who by chance docs them espy. Blooming so_ fair, so coy, so sweet, Forth in their lovely, low retreat j Shedding a sacred fragrance round, That makes the place seem holy ground ; And make life's rugged path seem fair, Because such flowers are planted there. Such are those lady-flowers that cheor Our path, as through life's sea we steer ; Such now 1 see you've learn'd, dear miss, That you may prosper, is my wish j You show your worth much more, by far, IJy giving up the ' paper wa...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

S II I P-P ING. ARRIVALS. July 2k — Rainbow, steamer, from Sydney. July 2+. — Jan?, schooner, Hi, Lencvu, from Geeloug. July 21-.— Athul, schooner, 215, Brown, fromMelbourne. July 2+.— Anne and Maria, brig-, 203, Murray, from Sydney. July 24.— Bright Planet, barque, 1G5, M'Pherson, from Melbourne. July 24,— Pel, barque, 208, Thompson, from Melbourne. July 21-.— Jessie, schooner, II!), Law from Melbourne. July 2*.~ C. l\ Lcssing, brig, 251, Leasing, from Mel bourne. July 24,-Ellen, brig, 242, Wills, from Melbourne. July 25.— Urara, steamer, from Sydney. July 25. — Missie, brig, 182, Wilkinson, from Melbourne, lMugle and Co., agents. July 25.— Yarra, schooner, HI, Finlayson, from Mel. bourne. Captain, agent. July 25. — Venture, briff, 117, Tosh, from Melbourne. July 25. — Heine des A nges, French ship, XJ3, Uliver, from Melbourne. COASTERS? IX WARDS. July 2*.— Reindeer, Lavjoa, and Bard's Legacy, from Sydney. * July 25.— Little Pet, front Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

3. Aw*'' . wWlJfotice to Masters of Vessels Trading to the s SJ Port of Newcastle. | t. O is the STEAM DREDGE is about fo .commence instit til &- wor^ '' tlie Coa* Channel, all vessels drawing ? ' ?Jj under eleven feet water are requested $o use the , ?. ''I Blind Channel when practicable, and ships of greater , ' 'f depth can only pass the dredge one hour before n-* tofliieh water when her moorings will be slacked ' the' I t/V&tl - D. T. ALLAN, Tl,, H Harbour Master. al %B Jfevrcastle, 19th July, 18CI. ? j STEAM TO SYDNEY. ' lav°taJf* kjk The Australasian Steam Navi ' ™| f&insL gntion Company's Steamers will leave V 'iiJ'3Sh^E Morpbtii (calling at Newcastle), sbitei «A'«||ggg£BP during the ensuing month, as follows : w^j#MONDAYS / WLLAoyi captain Mulhall, - nP. 1 xmkx£/,/teasi 8 O-clock aIn m2mSDti \l«*««. Captain Adams, if FRIDAYS* J * 2 o'clock p.n, pot, W GEORGE II. DIBBS & CO., n—Jfji Agents, Scott-strect. T Newcastle, 20th July, 186). ? Jacki . ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

Mit. James Byrxes has been named as a candidate for the Hunter; but he has also been annoxinccd as the man for Yass. The people of West Maitland will doubtless look to themselves, but it will appear to us very strange if they canuQt fiml a man from amongst themselves.' If. it 'comes to be a question of sympathy, why will they not give the beck polite to Mr. Argent, the rejected of Singleton and of Raymond Terrace. He i3 a very good young man, we have every reason to believe, and we would be glad to see him covered with senatorial robes ; but why a community possessing so many excel lent men as we know they do, should go begging we cannot understand. The strike of P. N. Russell find Co.'s men, in Syduey, is entitled to some attention, from the interest that our own -people have taken in it. But the case to which our attention has been drawn is a charge of conspiracy. Now this is, under the law of England, a very serious offence, and it would be well to look into it, but unfortunately...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 July 1861

MARRIAGE. July 23rd, by license, by the Rev. W. Hill, at the resi- dence of the brides' father, Mr. William Alston, son of Mr. Thomas Hutchinson, of Alston, Cumberland, to Miss Barbara Felena, daughter of Mr. James Steel, engineer, of Newcastle. The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1861.

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AWFUL ELOQUENCE OF AN AMERICAN SENATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 July 1861

AWFUr, ELOQUENCE OF AN AMERICAN SENATOR. We give the following speech of General Riley from the New York Tribune, which states that it wus delivered in the Missouri House of Representatives, on the 8th Feb. Mr. Rilev obtained the floor, and addressed the House as follows : — Mr. Speaker : Every body is a pitching into this matter like toad frogs into a willow swamp on a lovely even ing in the balmy month of June, when the mellow light of the full moon fills with a delicious flood the thin, etheiial atmospheric nir. (Applause.) ? Sir, I want to put in a word, or perhaps a word and a half. There seems to be a disposition to fight. I say, if there is any fighting to be done, come on ?with your corn-cobs and lightning-bugs. ! (Applause.) In the language of the ancient Liotnan, ' Come on, come all, this rock shall fly From its firm base — in a pig's eye.' Now, there has been a great deal of bombast here to-day. I call it bombast from Alpha to Omega. (I don't understand the meaning of the...

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