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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. ^ tub Editor op tue Maitland Mtrcurv.— Oentlemen— It would seem that, up to the recent eleetion at any rate, the Lower Hunter or Raymond . Xerro.ce district constitaency had not a member either willing, or on terms of sufficient familiarity, to get the Government by thebuttou-hole or arm, or by the -., — , __ „„. !„-;„,,,, luciiiuur Deems io iiuiiK is tne most effectual mode. Some time back we, here -petitioned the Government to appoint this town as a place for hording District Courts, and thought our prayer was about to be answered when it was seen by. the papers that the Legislature hod been asked to,, anctdid, vote funds to support the necessary para pWrnalia ; when, lo ! to our astonishment and dis appointment, we found, by the new arrangements recently promulgated, that we had been quietly set aside ; and subsequently, to our disgust, that we were not only treated with neglect, but affront, for we are comprehended, forsooth, in the Newcastle District Court di...

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO THE HUNTER. A LAY AFTER "MARMION" DEDICATED TO CREASY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

THE GOVERNORS VISIT TO THE HUNTER. A LAST AFTER 'MARMION.' DEDICATED TO CBESSY. f eaid the street calld iluiiter, lay Along the town, and jniu'd the war . Or rather the Great Northern ruad, Near which the worthy mayor abode. ' Alpng that strest a goodly lot Of grng-*hops were, where many a sol, vifc eat aim uidlJK niB 1111. It was all grnb their way that came, Both rich and poor to them were game: lu fact, they thought no ill. To take from out the wretch's hand, While at their bars he'd trembling stand, With wet and cold, the hard.earn'd (billing, Which he should take home to his dwelling. Where tits the wife he swore to love, All other earthly thing* ubove ; Her helpless babes surrounded by. While each sweet babe for food doth cry, With doleful, piteous moans. Such cries reach not the landlord's car Such piteous plaints he will not hear, Nor will he heed such groans. But from the hand he'd spurn to clasp W ttltin his own.in friendly grasp ; He'll take a wife's and children's bread ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

Holloway'i Ointment ai Pills. — Obstacles overcome. The dyspeptic, cunnuitivc, and all suffering from congestion or disordered actioof any organ, may b« relieved of their maladies by the dgent use of these two inestimable remedies. The ointmt penetrates to the affected part, whether situated neap, or remote from, the skin, and acts must genially with t pills in removing all ob 'tractions to tha tree circulation pare blood through the dorangwd organ, over whioh tt ointment should bt rubbed an briskly u« possible witht increasing p«in, or producing an additional pmig.

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EXPORT OF OAL. WEEK ENDING AUGUST 2, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

EXPORT OF OAL. Wekk endino Auousr2, 1861 :— A. A. Company.— Melbourne, 1(7 tons; foreign ports, 130 tons; steamers, 80 tons. Totall 357 tons. Coal and Coi-pf.r Compan— Sydney, 825 tons ; Melbovrne, 332 tons. Total, 1 177 ta. Appointment.— The Governme Gazette of Tuesday I cist proclaims Mr. Robert Napier bo cnginear in charge of the. steam.dredge Hunter. Tub New Lock-up at Hexih,— Tha plans for the new lock-up at Hoxham, the finam' for whioh has been so long on the estimates, was recei:l oil Wednesday last, by II. Scott, Esq., P.M., preparato'to'the tenders for the building being called. The buildinwhen erected, will be such as will render it highly adapt to its requirements. The principal apartment on the entice is the guardroom, which h lli feet by 9 feet C inches, d towards the back is the sleeping apartment for tho wal-housckeeper, which is 15 feet hy 8 feet, aud on each share the two cells, 12 feet by 0 feet. There are the usu out-houses, and the whole plan of the structure whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR. WHAT! Talk of Othello's occupation b.'iag gone? The veterinary surgeon in New South Wales is now almost a defunct animal, whose fosail remains will soon be found in the collections of Professor Buckland, or feufessor Veer (if the late worthy of Somersetshire nuCiriety. s£Jk&«VUl£^-? ROW'S EMBKOCATCC/N ; oil FARMERS' tV^A^y FRIEND, has killed them alK No mun who has a regard for his purse (and who in these days has not j) will send to a veterin ry when his horsea and cuttle are staked, sprained, galled, go stilF, get lamed, &c, &c, when he can cure one and all with a single bottle of ROW'S EMBROCATION? Prepared and sold by J. & E. ROW, Wholesale Dru/glsU, Bunk Court, King-street, Sydney. Price, 3s. 6d. per butt e. ? . ? JAM US FtiWJJSS bogsib return thanks to the public c/uejally, tut/itnro particularly to the members of flie/ll/ok/an/ Ladder Company of this ward, for thluy prompt' and praiseworthy exertions in saving his prop...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

A new daily paper, of Conservative prin ciples, is talked of in the London literary circles. The title named is The Day. Wild Beatlt in India. — Ererybody (says the Lahor$ Chronicle) is aware that wild beasts abound in the jungles of the Punjab, but we suspect very tew people entertain tbe remotest idea of tbe frightful number of human creatures especially children, that are destroyed year after year by these animals. In the two past years no less than 999 children were killed, princi pally by Wolves, as will be seen by the subjoined abstract : — 1859 — Killed, 6 men 4 women and 467 children — 475; injured, 33 men 3 women and 83 cliildren-1 19 - total, 593. I860. Killed, 9 men, 4 women and 432 children ; 445 ; injured 24 men aud 31 children— 55; total 500. Tbe greatest destruction of life occurs in the Umritsir division, where 847 children were killed during 1859, and 299 in i860. In the Goojran Walla district, 77, and Umballa district 18 children were killed in 1859, and 23 and 70 ...

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. This court was opened on Thursday morning last, tt eleven o'clock, before his Honor Judge Purefoy, who has been appointed to the northern districts in the room of Judge Owen, resigned. The barristers present were Messrs. Windeyer, Paul, Simpson, and Ellis; the attorneys being Messrs. Mullen, Dnggs, lyijamuers lurowii r rusecuior/, aim uruwn. The clerk of the court, Mr, Baker, read the commission, signed by his Excellency Sir John Young, appointing \V. A. Purefoy, Esq., as judge of the northern districts. Mr. Ellis rose to congratulate his Honor on his appoint ment, and he believed he expressed not only the satisfaction experienced by himself, but also by the legal profession generally, at the occurrence. His Honor briefly returned thanks, and trusted that nothing would be found to interfere 4n any ytay with the concordant transaction of the business of the sittings. Some slight discussion then took place, relative to the absence of the b...

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ON DOGS. No I. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

ON DOGS. No I. . . NoTwiTHtTANDiHo the ridicule tb.9 assertion may possibly inspire, I fain must confess that of all dumb animals I take the liveliest, the kindiest, interest in dogs. Of all the servants of man tley are the most affectionate, the most self denying, the most forgiv ing. An ungrateful dog is the most jpprobrious epi thet you can apply to a person, w t*/ 1 Because an ungrateful dog — the quadruped I nfean — is one of the rarest of sights. Let it not be supposed for a moment, tmtt I am going to enter irto any learned disquisition respecting dogs, or that I am about to bore you with a long ttring of astonishing instances of canine sagacity. No ; I dare sa- by the time I have finished this paper I shall be u a position to challenge the reader to point out one single in.-tance of (as some records would say) 'rermrkable anec 'dote of a dog.' What I intend to di is simply this, to jot down a few remarks respectin; some dogs of iny acquaintance. People jot down ibout men they...

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POLICE. TUESDAY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

POLIOE. TUESDAY. ( Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) KoberlOwen, a cook, was charged with being drunk art disorderly, lit pleacfed guilty, and was fined 20«_ or 4) hours in the lock-up. Ellen Smith, charged with beinx drunk and disorderly, also pleaded guilty, and wai fined ji, WEDNKSDIY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) Ellen Harrison, a poor hclpjess-looking creature, »u cnargen wra oaing ururnc ann disorderly in Hunter.itreet, She asserted she had very little to drink, but pleaded guiltt, The constables, however, told a different story, and prowJ that she had been convicted on the 2nth June last. ? Job Dnmfrey, a poor blind man, who has been going about thi streets for some days, led by a little dog, was charged wilk being drunk in Huntar-street. He declared he had oalr taken one glass, but pleaded guilty, and reminded hit wor ship that he hud been for three years on theGlendonnuti where he was well known as a sober man. Hiiwonhio. however, did not acknowledge the acquaintanceship, ana s...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Herald and Empirs.) nUHRANGONG. Tuesday Evening.— Mr. Duncan, special constable, says that he and other special constables, called out nt not, asserted thnt the two horse stealcrs were allowed at large, when thu three prisoners were admitted to bail. Military expected to-night at 12, or to-morrow. Great excitement occasioned by their approach. The mm Kirkpatrick, who was wounded sererely on the face anil head, is still alive. A prize nglit came on lo-any « ii\nivmi} uuuj, ut»nu the Jew Boy and the Pippin. A man named Davis rode into the crowd, hurting some, and striking one man on the face with a whip. The crowd pursued him and pulled him off his horse, and maltreated him, leaving nun for dead. Detective Scarlett was present to watch this affair. This officer is highly spoken of. The lunatic Dobjr, who fired the watch-house, also attempted to fire Vicq'u Lmpirc hotel On Saturday morning a female lunatic assisted Doby in his attempt to fire the hotel. They...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NKW INSOLVENTS. July 20,— Mnriti Mendell, of Snfala, publican. LliH..' litic.i, l/'JOl 8s. Assets, value of personal property, lAVL, Amount of debts due to insolvent, LH lUs. DefWt, L303, ISs. July 'p.— Thomas Gather, of Windsor, wheelwright,. Liabilities, L23S Us. Sd. Assets— value of )ea-eho)d pro. perty, lA'J ; of personal property, L79 10s. 'Amouut of outstanding debts, Lll. Deficit, LI0* 16s. 8d. July 29, —John Spink Johnston, Kliznbtith-ttreet, gen tleman. Liabilities, L390 Mn. 4d. Assets, value of reil property, L20i); value of personal property, LOO. Deficit,. U00 14a. -Id. July 29.— Patrick Hayes, of Parramatta, a confines fat debt in her Majesty's jail, at Parramatta. Liabilities, LiHi',0. Aisets, value ot personal property, L20. Deficit, L1,32U. July 30.— Joseph William Came, of Wollongong, gen tleman. Liabilities, VJ2U 17s. 2d. Assets, value of real property, L5U0 ; of personal property, L242 IOj. t oat. standing debts, L39 3.«.j total, L8-H 13. Deficit,...

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NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEER RIFLE To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEER RIFLE. To the Editor of the NtwcasAt Chronicle. Sm — I wish to ask through the colrnus of yor jour nal, the reason why the officers of tin above cormny do not consult together for the benefit ofthe corps. At the tnecting!i we have hud in Maitlaudad Newcastle it has been remarked by several speakers, that the vainteer movement was a good thing to bring oout a social feeling in the vommunity, and that is the gonral impressing but the manner in whu'h our u dicers are cting not onl; sets a bad example to the men under them,but also tend to the disorganization of the corp.i. — I am, ic., August 1, 1861. VOLUNT:ER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

? Toothache Cajed in an inifanT^I 1U-R. BSKELL, Resident Sun-m J IVl tist, of London, Manchester, &J& mingham, Liverpool, and Sheffield mZ!.89*' *l College of Dentists of Engl«K« ?/?'*?' ' 21, Hunter-street, Sydney. ' y be coniulW Toothache cured with Mr. Eskli/, fM . i Essence, price, 2i. 6d. per bottle. '^ charge, 2s. 6d. per bottle. Lbss of TeethW1 v from one to » complete set. 'W11 J:8'.-^ Iarp and. fresh stock of Eum, Elixir Lotions, &c, on hand. ?aci Agency at the Chronide'^ffi^ Stationery, Books, Wrapping Paper'!* rpHE undersigned have always on hand'.U a supply of superior stationery, accoiint W» wrapping paper, &c, which they import dir' CB London, consisting of— uu*«&ml Writing papers, envelopes, wedding andothwiw stationery, surveyors' and engineers1 dr,^ papers, tracing papers, and calico ; drawHl termls, mathematical instruments CHAliS!1 AND NAUTICAL STATIONERY 23 services, prayer books, family and pocket bMJ in various bindings, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

The Voluntber Band Fund Amateuh Concert. ' —As will be seen by public announcement, an attractii* programme has been issued by the Newcastle Amateurs' - Musical Association, who will give their first concert at the at the Court-hocse, on Wednesday evening next, the pro ceeds to be devoted to the iland Fund of the corps. In- . erjendentlv of the noveltv of auchvn entertainment in thil city, the object should commend itself to tho support and patronage of the public generally. The programme is both ? varied and attractive, and besides consisting of a liberal selection of that popular style of vocal and instrumental. '' music known as 'nigger melodies,' it will bring into play tho eflorts of many ot our most celebrated local musicians. Another attractive feature will be the presence of both volunteer companies, in full dress uniform ; andtjftrecan be little doubt that the gathering on this occasion will M the most numerous and t-H6 which has yet asaembled in Newcastle. We predict for t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Conicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

COLUIESFONDENC:. To the Editor of the Newcastle Coniclt. Sir— When will intemperance— the stubling-block of this colony— be removed out of the land ? fould that the abolitionists of intemperance could devise ime means of emancipating the self-constituted slaves olntemperance. A short time ago, your police report reeded two cases, within a week, of men of families sufjoritigemporary in sanity from tms cause, wnat a socui anaomescic ex ample. Slowly, steadily, and stealthily, doantempcrance creep on, until, like the boa. constrictor, ihas securely wound itself round its victim, mid then ctihes him to death, temporal and eternal. Would men at women but refi'jeton the misery— if not want— it entails othemselve*, and others, would they not hue from the Hrstotes of tlie Syren. Suppose onu addicted to intemperanchave a son, and that son imbibe his example, what a twofo weight of guilt on th.it father's head ; but if otherwise- he grow up an ornament to society, and, in after years, ven a p...

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EIGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

EIGLISH EXTRACTS. Another/Shocking Murder at Dundry, NEAR Bristl.' — Tho excitement consequent on the terrible mrder of old Mrs. Waterman, for which her iurdorer», Matthew Wedinore and Charles Wemore, were executed at Tuunton as recently as tidu'y last, has not had time to sub side ere theommittal of another very barbarous homicide ha.keu discovered iu the saruo neigh bourhood. Clio circumstances connected with the discovey are as follow:— At a distance of 100 yards r so from the cottage in which the former terrile tragedy was enacted, is an inu called the ?hrce Compasses, kept by a person named Stalird. Attached to this house is n Meld, which,strangely enough, formed part of a farm, the tcupier of which, an elderly man named Hazo, was murdered under circumstances which have lever been thoroughly elucidated, suuiu uiue o ien years ago. in tnis Held is a pood,Jto whin, on Saturday afternoon, a daughter of Mr. Stallai went for the purpose of getting some water. On approaching it she o...

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ELECTION FOR THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

ELECTION FOR THE HUNTER. {From the Mercury.) jbt Domiutlon of candidate! for the representation of ?fcHonttrriectoimte, in theroom of Isidore J. Blake, Esq., JJSrf, took place yesterday, at the court-house, West SO, The proceedings commenced m presence of S more than filly or sixty persons;; and the assembly Ktely exceeded a hundred at the close. . *£.' w.fnminir Officer read the notice convening the noting «ni produced the writ, after which he requested Swing for all speakers, and called upon the pro. Jwsttt and seconders of candidates to come forward. *Br Bums, who eaid that tliere appeared to be some de. ktb proposing the candidate whose name appeared on E»ioppoSHe (Mr. Vindin), probably from fear lest 5' j,mej Byrnes should be proposed. He was, however, J! position to tay that Mr. Byrnes was not a candidate. Mr W. H. Mullen then proposed Mr. Henry Vindin an .bind oroper person to represent the electorate in the ISIS Lelnbly.-Mr.W.T. MitcheH seconded the ?'u'rT'B. Camphell (oflii...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. July 31.— Kembla. iteasier, from Sydney. July 31.— Jane, brif, 179, 6mhVfrorn Melbourne. V A^gtVt I*-?*'*' ''--hodner, 9* Riddle, from Auckland, N. Z, 14jh ultimo. Passenger*— Mrs. Riddle and child, end one in the tteerage. A ugu« 1.— Wm. Buchanan, barque, 166, Aldred, from Melbourne. August I.— Grafton, steamer, from Sydney. August 2.— Northern Light, schooner, 98, Tobin, from Sydney. August 2.— Penella, steamer, from Sydney. August 2.— Natal, barque, 178, M'Alpin, from Mel. bourne. George Mitchell, agent. August 2.— Valiant, brig, 147, Brodie, from Melbourne. DEPARTURES. -- July 31.— Camilla, tchooner, White, for Hobart Town, with 250 tons coal. July 31.— Alarm, brig, Mitchell, for Hobart Town, with 260 tons coal. July 31.— Tyra, brig, M'Lelland, for Melbourne, with 380 tons coal. July 31.— Jessie, schooner, Law, for Melbourne, with 16 tons coal. July 31.— Jane Lockhart, schooner, Howard, for Laun. eeston, with 123 tons coal. July 31.— Per, barf ue, Thompson, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

le -'Jfotioe to. Blasters of Vessels Trading to th it ' Port of Newcastle. re IS the STEAM DREDGE is about to comment [A , v/\_ Work in the Coal Channel, all vessels drawin f} i under eleven feet water are requested to use th / ' Blind Channel when practicable, and shinB of greats depth can only m». the dredge one hour befor -'- 'high water whenVner moorings will be slackei u, down. i/l /* I l(j D- T. ALLAN; ? ^ ' / Harbour Master. £ Newcastle, 19th July, 1861. ? J;; STEAM TO SYDNEY. al Ljk, ^hb Australasian Steam Navi 1 jAiEffk gation Company's Steamers will leuv 1 ' Ifl5fyj^' M°KPET' (calling at Newcastle) ? ' ' ^SSSB^ during the ensuing month, as follows \ MONDAYS \ Collaroy, Captain Mulhall, ! THURSDAYS J at 8 o'el^y,,,,. . » .TUESDAYS \ ,Lt . Wn4^d«n,B, ' GEORGE It. DI1JBS & CO., ^ ' . Agents, Scott-street. » : Newcastle, 20th July, 1801. ? '' -i « WANTED, immediately, In Reality 1\A to CHARTER Vessals of 200 to 50( jl 'fjjregfN^y tons, for ADELAIDE andw^lwrports. jraJj...

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 August 1861

SATURDAY, AtiaVST 3, 1861. At the last hour the electors for the Huntor resolved on selecting from amongst them selves a membeFto represent them in Parlia ment, and two gentlemen, both of whom nre well known and much respected — Mr. Vindin nnd Mr. Burns — have become enndidfttes for me nonour. We glean from Mr. Bums speech that 6ome busy olique — and there are suoli cliques everywhere — had resolved to sell the seat (we do not for a moment imagine , that there was any gold involved in the transaction), tmd weje in treaty with Mn Byrnes, but that gent^sman appears to nave treated them rather sha^HiYv, for he did not not appear on the ground, neither was there nnything. Stum trim in explanation. We are fc'.tfiof it, for the electorates of the Hunter Biver were fast drifting into the position of vmere nominee borough?, the name for which '*in the old country was Rotten boroughs, the ddtestajion of every consistent, liberal. The nomination came off at West Maitland on Wednesday last, an...

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