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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 7 August 1861

tfjiceto Masters of Vessels Trading to the T^ Port of Newcastle i Jibe STEAM DREDGE is mL.uI tiT Iftjiinuiu I vork in the Coal Channel, all vessels' drawing fca elcren feet wWe/ are requested to use the ^pd Channel when {fr/cflcable, mid ships of greatot j di can only pass /herdredge one hour before I I water when, he/ moorings will be slacked *- '* ibi D. T. ALLAN, 11 A J Harbour Master. Jewcartle, WA-Jul?, 18G1. STEAM TO SYDNEY. I x The Australasian Stear^\ Navi M. gation Company's Steamers will leave M^P» Morpbtii (calling at Newcastle), jppfgfr during the eiuiung month, as follows : JNDAYS \collJTo4 Captain Mulhall, (URSDAYS / 'ftlMocka.m. IESDAYS 1 [ttAL»No, Captain Adams, IDA YS I at 2 o'clock p.m. GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street. jlawcartle, 20th July, 1861. ? \ . WANTED, immediately, In Reality, dS. to CHARTER Vessels of 200 to 500 8Rr\ tons, for Ai$KLAlDE and, other ports. jade? For nnrticuKi/ Jipply to ' I SB8a* *7/f\V. II. WHYTE,' I9ih July. 1861. * ? ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 7 August 1861

It is impossible to regard the declared strug gle which is about to take place between capital and labour iu this district within the next twelve or fourteen days, without feelings of the deepest anxiety. We approach the subject, therefore, profoundly sensible of the importance or all we say, yet utterly tearless and indifferent as regards the praise or cen sure that may be incurred by our remarks. The combined wealth of the district has pro posed then, in the plenitude of its grandeur, to deal a death-blow at all combinations of colliery labour — at once and for ever — by ^mashing the rate of pay down twenty per cent, at first stroke. The towering and irre Bistible body of miners of this continent have decided that insolent and greedy capital shall hot do this, and hence the coining struggle. Now,the principal — and indeed only tangible — reason that these colliery proprietors have to put forth for this step is, that the men did, on a former occasion, by means of a union which they...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 7 August 1861

MARRIAGE.   August 5th, by license, by the Rev. W. Hill, at his residence, Tyrrel- street, Newcastle, William Wilson, of Pitt Town, to Margaret Gunn, of Newcastle. The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1861.

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

DAWSON, KAOAIt, anu CO., General Drapery Kstfihliuhmcnt, -100, and 408, Gearge-Htrmit, Sydney. (Successors to Dnwnun and TluimpHon.) Wholesale iMitrnncci, Hank Cwui, Kjng-olrei't, tin ft doon from Uaorga-street. I \ , V^ WILLIAM UAKNETT, Whol.-sale Groccr.i-fl/ Merchant, nnd Importer (late of 329, George,.) *4fy,i. street) now of King-st'cet and York-street, Sydney. / Country buyers supplied on reasonable terms with i/y-^D Teas, Sugars, Oilmen's Stores, and Groceries, of v every description p' k i n g s b o ii o~~uirir, ^— ^ ? Draper, Silk Mercer, and General Outfitter, Wellington House, 529,Urickfield Hill, Sydney, begs J~aJ ' lo inform his country customers, and the public gene- £/ / */ rally, that he has taken those extensive premises as ' * above, formerly in the occupation of Messrs. Bergin, ». o M'iMahon, and Co., where he respectfully solicits a W]O/i' continuance of that patronage which he received at ' I his former establishment. KsJ' Country Storekeepers i supplied with ev...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. DOUGLAS RIVER COAL. Long Point, Douglas River East Coast, July 16, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. DOUGLAS RIVER CO\L. Long l'uint, Douglas River East Const, July I(j, 1«(J1. »— Having been delayed liy n long passage i, and, bad weather pii.cn arrival hero, I lmvo prevented writing you earlier. I am sluicing ti near the line dividing the township of Seymour Allen's, and citine on the dial after going four roni the surface through sand and boulder stones, the same character of coal ns that von showed from the eight foot scam on the Douglas, hut I tk it ii closer and harder; indeed, I believe it is lime sen ii. It bums wttll and leaves white ash. lipi easterly i somewh.it about I in -10. We have rimik four feet through it without botiominp, and eg t over a ton of good coil out. I send y u lectjon as far ns wa have gone, wliicli yu will srro in a measure coincides with your section uf eight foot seam. I havo traced the measures over coal in the creek on tho township, about \ mito h of where I him how sinking, and when I have omed the coul I mean to commence anothe...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BURRANGONG. Lambing Flat, Monday, via Bath [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS (From the Herald and Em fir t.) BURRANGONO. Lambing Flat, Monday, ria Bath me isnrrangong ponce resumed duty oa Sunday, streets of Lambing Fiat. * - I ;am informed, on reliable authority, thatamee* diggers and others was held at Tipperary Gullv , evening when the military arrived, and that it was red not to resist the authorities. ° . I have been informed that this alteration in the joU the Anti-Chinese leaders was brought about throwL vice tendered to them. On the evening preceding the arrival of the milifcrr', am informed, Spicer, and Cameron stated their men not to be taken alive. They also said that they bid ol of assistance from certain recent arrivals at Buraogc Persons, however, whose advice they asked, implortd th not to offer any resistance to the authorities, tureeil every consideration that could possibly influence irii minded man to a contrary course, and pointing out sacrifice of life that must follow, and the discredit tl would be cast upon the people ...

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

IIom.oway's Ointment and Pim.s.— Children's onmphiinta.— While tho weekly return of mortality shows a douruasu of donths from small-pox, it displays an nlarin ing Increase in fatal casas of measles nnd scarlatina. Such unfortunate issues would not result were mothors nnd nurses to rub llolloway's Ointment upon tho glands to the neck nnd upper part of theahost when symptoms of scnrlot fever nnd men iles first nppcur, or even niter tho eruption hns come out. Tho Ointment penetrnting through tho .skin into the glands, always stimulates thorn to throw out a full eruption, which is tho safety valve of both diseases, llolloway's 1'illn also Bliould be given to lessen the fever, to reduce the Irritation of the throat, and to quiet the cough, which are molt distressing to all suffering from those ueupUiats.

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS. (From the Launceston Examiner, July 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

r.AUNCESTON MARKETS. tTrm the Lavnteston Examiner, July 27.) IK. .[ grain and flour are still considerable, bu Euenot quite so high— in fact, there is a downward t« Flour cannot be quoted higher than Lii to Krawtity. Wheat. 5s. Cd. to Cs. For oats,. 3s. 8d. ?10d is obtainable, according to sample. Potatoes -uniteadp; hi toM 5s. bags in, may be obtained Jain lots. Hay stationary at Li. Potted butter, .mod auantity of this commodity is being shipped. »6iLL6.-Unionmill: Fine flour, L1G; seconds, wheat 6s.; oats, 3s. 9.1. j Hour, by the bag,3ts,; liner bushel. Exeter mill : Fine flourj Lit 10s. to . wonds, LI3 to Lit ; oats, 3s. Sd. to 3s. lOd. j wheat, 'iZfo-hnn, Is. per bushel ; flour, by the bag, 32s. net mill: Fine flour, L16; seconds, Lit; wheat, JSlesiub PiuceCurrent.— Cheese, 9d. to Is. per Lmd 9d.lo Is. per Ib.; eggs, Is. per dozsn ; fowls, jje'd per pair; geese, 3s. Gil. to 4s. each ; turkeys, 'beich; ducks, 3s. to3s.6d. per pair; fresh butter, L lo Is. Id. ; potted butter, 10d...

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

WCSLKYAN Mr.TllOIMST ClIURCl!.— AS Will t» « by advertiummrit, two. sermons will bo proaelwa »? abnvo church, ou Sumliiy, iho 18th instant, by the rer. Wntslbrd.of West Mnltlatttl ; ? and on tho following (W lecture will he delivered by tho same gentleman, tf J» joct being ?' Solf-inndo men.' Collections will nVWJ the closo of each aevrice, fur tha support of Iho v^pw ministry at Nowuastlo. . . Jlj Knnisoortiiy Men Adroad.-Wo porciovobyH local papers that Mr. Joseph 1). Nolsou, eldest snfl ol ? osteernod townsmiin John Nelson, Esq., delivered i« liefura the Temnornnco Alliance, Newcastle, Austr-m. the iiifluonco orwo'iian, in iill the rolntioni i ol me. * subjout was (routed by tiio lecturer in a broad ana coibf heiijiivo .stylo suited tu Its spirit, and dolivoren nan iraw sivo and eloquent mur.nar that frequently callod loni » applause of his awtionoo. A vote of thank3 was pu'» Mr. Nelson, ntthe ciiiclusion, for his kimlneis, -*.'M cortnu ,V(!i'i, S,ilnr4iy July '17,

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

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Chest Complaints. 'iVTO diseases are more frequent, lew more danger^ -L* alllotioiis of ttou respiratory organs. The (irstijm of catarrh, bronchitis, and influenza may olwtji U cnlly removed by Hollo way's renowned pills, Tnnqg remedy any temporary stagnation of blood, relitti ovcr£'»'ged veins, moderate the hurried brMlbiji&w ' able the Jungs to do their ullice with ease and rtpl These pills, by Uieir purifying powers, cleaust 111 from all impurities, and fortify the system «giiut sumption, asthma, and similar complaints. ,;'??_ Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, and Batik From various causes these organs are frequently out of order, mid require some suitable mcdic'plt late then), llolloway's pills ell'ect this object with* ful celerity and certainty. They do not distress ikfij or weaken the frame ; . they thoroughly iuvigon / digestive organs. They gently excite the stun* liver, stimulate tlie kidneys to perform their la efficiently, and net upon the bowels without...

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

The all-absorbing topio of the week hog been the miners' strike, nnd which, so far as immediate action is concerned, remains in statu quo. We have been given to under Btand that the whole of the miners have ex pressed their firm determination of 'strik- ing' at the expiration of the notice of re duction given by the employers, and which notice will have been fulfilled during ihe en suing week ; while, on the other hand, the coal proprietors nre equally determined lo test the strength of this combination of labour versus capital, and will not on tiny nccount be found the first conceding pan y. The miners in the employ of the Mcbsis J. nnd A. Brown, of Minmi, hiive, we learn, nlroady suspended operations, and it was ru moured thnt a monster open-air demonstra tion was to have tuken place in our immedi ate vicinity yesterday, when we had hoped to have had an opportunity of bein^ made ac quainted with the sentiments nnd views of the mindrs, on this most important question. The meeting, ...

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MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

MAITLAND QUARTER, SESSIONS. TUESDAY, AUGUST G, STF.U.INO PHOM T1IF. PEFISON. \v illiam Woml nnd Robert Cross were in dieted for stealing £!j, the property of John Athivnrth, from his person, nt Miitlaii:l, on 'the 25th May. Thu prisoner* pleaded not guilty, an'l werr- undefended'. The jury retired for ten minutes, ami thcn«tunieil a verdict of guilty ajaiiist the prisoner Wood i but acquitting Cross, whim they requested his II nior tn reprimand. Cross was dis clnrgcil with an admonitiiin from the chairman. Wood was sentcnceil to two years' imprisonment, with hard labour, in Parramatla gaol. STr.U.INC! FROM Till'. 1'F.nsON. John Sturns was imliet»d fur stealing ill, the property of James. Asker, frnii the person of Mnrirnrot Ask'ir, at Miliiield, on the 1,0th June. The, prisnnei pleaded not guilty, nnd was defended by Mr. Windeyer i attorney, Mr. Mullen. TIM jury retired (hr a few 'minutes, but were again brought into court, and tho witness Crothcrs stated that he believed that one o...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Pbiestcv Dealings with tiib Devil. — The Paris correspondent of the Mowing Punt says: — 'An Italian gentleman invited me a few days sineo to meet the devil ! Yes, truly, to meet his Satanic Mujesty, whom he lately brought from Italy. Ou entering the room my attention was addressed to a handsome carved und gilt confessional, on the upper panel of which wag painted a head of our Saviour; the lower pmel showed a painting of the cross. This piece of Church furniture stands about six feet high, and appears to belong to the sixteenth cen tury. It was lately discovered at a monastic establishment near Florence, one which the re volutionary events of the last few months bad caused to be invaded by the civil authorities. The remarkable features of the confessional con sists in its internal mechanical contrivances. The priest, who may bo interrogating a sinner, and pointing to a pauel representing the Saviour, has only to touch a spring, when the screen sud denly falls, and ...

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[?]OD IN THE [?]R. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

OOI) IN THE Sj^feSt ' . -ain been genorn! '^^tt'^tffc thnt another dis tS^^wSr1 :tland, and $$4!£5k x'ier.''

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THE LATE W.V. WILD, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

THU LAT-I5 W.V. WILD, ESQ. UY Iir.NKY KENDALL. Sad faces came round, and I dreamily said, ' Though the harp of my country n»w slumbers, Some hand wijl pass o'er it, in love for the dead, And attune it to sorrowful numbers I ' Hut the hopes that 1 clung to are withering thing!), For the days have gme by with a cloud on their wingi, And the touch of a bard is unknown to the st-ing3— Oh ! why art Ihou silent, Australia .' The leaves of the autumn arc scattering fast — The willows lock barren and lonely ; But I dream a sad dream of my friend of the past, And his form 1 can dwell upon only .' In the strength of his youth 1 can see him go by, There is health on the cheek, nnd n fire in the eye — Oh ! who would have thought that sti=h beauty could diet Ah ! mourn for thy noblest, Australia ! A strange shadow broods o'er the desolate earth, And the cypresses tremble and quiver ; But my heart wnxcth dark with the lluughts of Iho worth That has left in for ever and ever ! A dull heavy cloud c...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. A clergyman at tho West (U.S.) insured his. inanuBoript sermons in tho iEtaa Insurance Company some ten years ngo. In moving into another house his log lint, in which tho tnanu Eoript sermons wcro left behind, was burned. He went to the Company for the insurance money, which was refused, and an action resulted. The defence was that tho sonnoos wero valueless. Tho clergyman produced witnesses who testified that tho sermons had dnno thorn good ; and tha jnry gave a verdict fur 5000 dollars. Could not Kill Himself. — The ingenuity of the painstaking gentleman who compiled the following list of coincidences deserves acknow ledgment: — ' A man resolved to bo rid of life, went a little before high tido to a pojt set up by the Bcasido. Ho had provided himself with n ladder, a rope, a pistol, a bundle of matches, and a vial of poison. Ascending tho ladder, ho tied ono cod of tho rope to the post and tho other end round his nook j then ho took tho poison, set his clothes on fi...

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castle, was received on Thursday morning [COPY.] 8th August, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

ensile, was received on Thursday morning last : — [copy-.] 8ih August. 1801. Dear Sir— I regret to state that the river here is now within eighteen inches of being as high as it was during Ihe late flood. The reports also from Murrurundi, Muswcll brook, and Singleton lead to the most serious apprehensions. Under these circumstances, 1 feel hound again to request you will be good enough to send us bouts and crews for the protection of human lift-. — 1 have the honor to be, in very great haste, very truly yours, (Sigiipil) E. D. Day. P.S.— The boalr, of course, will have to come by special train. A special train was accordingly provided, and four boats, together with twenty meu, under charge of constable IJotiohuu, were at once despatched to the scene of tho disaster. The waters continued to riso until yesterday after noon, at five o'clock, and a Inter telegram last evening from Siugletuii reports that, at ?Singleton, tho waters wore nt n stand-still. At Klaitland, the rise was at lea...

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POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.. and C. B. Ranclaud, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before II. Scott, Esq., P.M.. and C. B. Ranclaud, Esq.. J.P.) James Archibald Perry, baker, was charged with as saulting Thomas Plunkett. in Darby-street, on the 2nd in. slant. Plunkett deposed that he was a witness on the in quest, held at tho Miners' Arms, on Friday last ; on his way there, when near Mr. Smith's public-house, the defen dant pointed at him and called him names ; plaintiff told him (defendant) that if he had anything to say, to do it civilly ; defendant said I had robbed him of some money ; I said if I did he should take me to court, and that I did not do anything contrary to law ; defendant said he could take the worth of it out with his hands ; he struck me, and r ilnfcnried mvself as well as I could. Mr. M'Kenzie and Mr. Hewson interfered and separated us. Defendant struck me on the mouth ; three or four hours afterwards I mot defendant and he said to me-, ' are toufis great a man now as you were before, you.have no one to-.save you now; he sa...

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THE SAGACIOUS CROWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

THE SAGACIOUS CROWS. In ,nu American journal we meet the fol lowing -curious illustration of the sagacity of ?crows : — ^ .The miller of Cape Elisaiseth one day, tho 'winter before last, saw two crows light upon 1 he mill-pond. One got firm footing upon' ?a cake of ice j but the other, less judicious, iii the selection of his landing-place, pitched ?into so'me pulpy snow, from 'which he found it impossible to extricate himself.' Crow No. 1 immediately came to his rescue,' and tried to push him out of tho scrape. Find f ing, however, that this was impossible, ho I1' stopped, cocked his head.on ono side in ap parently knowing deliberation, then chatted for a moment with Ms unfortunate- comrade, and flew off. The miller thought he would .watoh thfctfenoitement. jfiT'about ton min utes Crow' No. 1 returned with two others. These throe' put heads together in consulta tion, flew round their imprisoned brother and examined his oondition, and then by. a joint effort raised him up and stood ...

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CONCERT IN AID OF THE VOLUNTEER BAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

CONCERT IN AID OP THE VOLUN TEER BAND FUND. Tiid first concert of the Newcastle Amateurs' Musica Association was given on Wednesday evening last, nt the uourtlliotisc, the proceeds being devotud to the baud fund of the artillery nnd rifle corps, A very large number of tickets had been previously disposed of, mid in order to avoid the inconveniences of over-crowding, the committee deemed it advisable to announce tho entertainment fur Thursday evening, nlsn. Notwithstanding the extremely inclement weather on Wednesday evening last, a large number of persons availed themselves of the opportunity of enjoying n rich musical trc.it— sn rare nn occurrence in this city, and about 150 persons were present. On Thurs day evening, however, tho success was complete, and the weather having somewhat cleared up, the concert was given before one of the most densely-crowded and respectable audience* yet assembled in Newcastle, the fair sex being also well represented. The attendance is estimated at n...

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