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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NFW INSOLVENTS. August n, — TJe.nry Gcrshnn, of Middlo.strcet, Chippcn dnle, general denier. Liabilities, £141 Uj's.Sd.; amount o. claims, disputed, £10 Ss. Id. Assets, value of persona' property, liUI'2 14s. 2d. ; outstanding debts, £18 13s. Id' Deficit, £-10 Kifl. lid. August 5.— Joseph Mncdonald, of Jcnkin-street, Sydney, oiner. Liabilities, £30 10s. Assets, value of personal pro perty, £11 IDs. Deficit, £1!-. August 5.— Arthur Young, of Viirnon-slreot, Wnvcrley, Sydney, gardener. Liabilities, £J,H Is. SJd. Assets, value of personal property, £7. Deficit, ,£'17, August 3,— Archibuld Murray, of Market nnd Liverpool streets, Sydney, mlist. Liabilities, £-15 8s. !)-l.j amount of claims, disputed, ,{1!2 13s. Assets, value of personal pro perty, £1(1; outstanding debts, £11 10s. Deficit, £10 11s. !)d. Augu-t .'*. — EJivin Ihtteril, of Albury, livery stnblo b'eprr. Liabilities, £71- 7s. (id. Assets, value nf par soual property, £10; outstanding debts, £125. Deficit, £4...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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WARNING TO WIDOWERS. A GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

WARNING 10 WlDuWEBS. A GHOST STORY. The age of the miirvellons has not com pletely vanished, and ahbotigb the ongoings of the spiritualists Imvu will nigh made die nnine of ghosts ili creditable, and must long Biirce Imvu disgu.stt.-d every ghost lmvim; miy pretentious to good tiiite iiud sound judg ment with tliis world, it seems that their visits to the lutter have not. finally censed. Within the last ten days a veritable spirit from, the ' vasty deep' of the spirit world has not only been seen but frit in Newcastle, thus attesting the reality of tho visitation by nn nppeul to different senses. It is no drawing room ghost like that or those which manifested themselves to Mr. Thaukcry's friend, the writer of ' Truth Stranger than Fiction,' in the Corn/till Magazine. It i.s none of yonr table tilting, leg pinching, guitar playing spirits which date not show their faces id society, but a real downright tiutlio dox ghost. The ghost of tradition of ballad poetry, of lone church yards w...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. SQUATTER MANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. SQUATTER MANIA. Ye shepherd kings and knights who aspire To ape Brittannia's noble lord and squire ; Who /lourisb in tlie fray, stock-whip and brand, And shout '? submission to my scepter'd hand.' Who crown with rame'and bullocks' horns, your head To gore your ploughing, digging, foemen dead ; Why throw the laud league's ravings in the fire? And vow and swear the league will soon expire. The Cowper, Robertsonian, Langist, measure Will break your horns, and grasp yournrincely treasure; . And millions, teeming o'er your broad domain, Shall till the ground and reap the yellow grain. Shall wave the flag of freedom in the broeze, And brand your gully rakers if you please; The vine bhall flourish, and the orange grove Adorn the homes uf plenty, peace, and love. And the proud trophies of the conquering braves Shall crown his triumphs who his country saves. Then kings and knights wage protective wars, .» With polish'd armour on your bullocks' cars ; Pound every hoof that mi...

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

SHIPPING. AKIUVAI.3. August 9.— Drover brig, 171, I'atlcn, from Melbourne George Mitchell, agent. August 9.— Vibilia, Bcliooner, 121, Tohnic, from Gee long. George Mitchell, agent, COASTERS INWARDS. August 7.— Cumberland, from Sydney. COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 9.— Alexander and John, for Sydney. The brig Scotia, captain J. A. Blackmail, arrived at Launcei-ton, from Newcastle, with 200 tons ronl, for the Lauucecton gas company. On her way from Newcastle, the Scotia called at Twofold Bay, on the 15th July, in company with the barque Success, William Hill, Vibilia, Drover, Vistula, and Kip. * The steamer Hotham, Captain Wyse, arrived in Morel mi Bay, on Wednesday, and anchmed at the bar. . A.coiisi derable degree of interest h attached to this little wesstjl and tier brave commander at the present time, from tire fart of their being employed in a hazardous and praiseworlhy*at tempt to discover the missing members of the Victorian jKtploring Expedition. We believe that no man could be f...

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

^Sp^Hato Masters of Vessels Trading to the J*« ???- ' Port of Newcastle. ? . 1 ttl 'l 3:he STEAM DREDGE is alwut to commence Lj j vork in the Coal Channel, ull vessels drawing Mob- 3r elercn feet water are requested tl use the Mlttt ' II Channel when practicable, und ships of greatcr -*Hioh f1 Wa/°')y PnBS 'I'1-' dredge one hour before itonti 'I w**| /Tlen nel' 'loor'nS8 will be slacked '1 'fl/Cj D.T.ALLAN, ,WJ | (/./ v- Harbour Master. r»Mi /tewcasft, 1 9th July, 1861. ? Uf ,' STEAM TO SYDNEY. tow fii i The Australasian Steam Navi W iUnink. fat'on Company's Steamers will leave 'U.'_ JpUffip^- Mour-imi ? (calling at Newcastle), jS) B»Im6^ during the ensuing month, as follows : |dTONDAYS Jcollarov, Captain Mulhall, HiMURSDAYS / at 8 o-clock '?''? HdUbRIDAYS 'W at 2 o clock p.m. HlM GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., fer l$l// Agents, Scott-street. iot of f[j- Newcastle, 20th July, 1801. ? -M -i - WANTED, to CH AIlTEIlTvESSELS, 'JhjNM f'0111 15U tu 300 'oils, for Nkw Zealand '^Jla/i ^f^v ...

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. A Lf.f.tlf. Storekeeper. — No signature enclosed. Send your name and address, and we^shall be most happy to publish your communication. 8Uhq3tyujca»tle (fhroiuchh SATURDAY, AUOVST 10, 1851.

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EXPORT OF COAL. WEEK ENDING AUGUST 9, 1861 :— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 August 1861

EXPORT OF COAL. Week ending August 9, 1861 :— A. A. Companv. — Melbourne, 884toni; New Zealand, 350 tons ; foreign ports, 170 tons ; cteainers, 12 tons. Total, I4-1G tons. Coal and Copper Compant.— Sydney, 805 tons j Melbourne, HI tons; Adelaide, 400 tons; steamers, 57 tons. | |Total,.15(H torn.

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

TURKEY. The representatives of the Powers as sembled iu conference of Constantinople con cluded, on June 10th, the negociations for the future settlement of Lebanon. It was agreed that Lebanon should be placed in the hands of ono Governor, who should be a Christian. David Eli'endi, an Armenian, has been appointed to the post. Of other foreign intelligence there is little. It is stated that thero is to be a meeting between tho Emperor Napoleon and the Queeu of Spain, and there are reports of coining diplomatic changes at our court. It is said thiit Louis Napoleon is likely to send Count Pcrsigny to St James's, in lieu of Count Flahault, who is married to an Eng lish lady, the Baroness Keith, known in the History of the Regency has Mercer Elphin stone. The story is that the Emperor is not without some feeling of jealousy and anxiety on the score of the increasing influ ence of the Orleans family at our Court, and their increasing popularity in English society. Tho recoption ol the Duo...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

SPAIN. An angry controversy has been goini; for ward between Spain and Morocco, but it is now said to have been amicably settled. The Queen of Spain was delivered of a Princess on June 4th.

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

RUSSIA. ***. Prince Gortschakoff, the Governor of Po land, died at Warsaw, on the 30th May. Th« proffered measures of political reform in Poland seem to have produced precisely the effect anticipated — that of entire satis fuction. Tha latest describes the condition of affairs in Warsaw as most gloomy.

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RECOGNITION OF ITALY BY FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

RECOGNITION OP ITALY BY FRANCE. Tho Moniteur of yosterday says: — The Emperor has recognised Victor Emmauuel as king of Italy. In thus notifying this determination to the Cabinet of Turiu, the Government of the Emperor declared that they wouJd decline any complicity in enterprises of a nature to disturb the peace of Europe. The French troops will continue to occupy Rome as long as tkc interest which caused their presence there shall not be protected by sufficient gnarantees. A telegram from Turin also states that in yesterday's sitting iu the Chamber of De puties Baron Ilicusoli announced the fact to tho Chamber, and added, ' the recognition of the kingdom of Italy by France and Eng land definitely determines our position.' In Europe Italy is now placed among the other westerly nations, and occupies the place which has long been denied her. In reply to a question respecting Rome Baron Ricnsoli said the Government had no intention of allowing the question to rest, and ho added, ' I f...

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DEATH OF THE SULTAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

DEATH OF THE SULTAN. The dea'.h of the Sultan was last night announced by Lord John Russell in the House of Commons. His Majesty Abdul Medjid died yesterday morning, 25th June, in the 39th year of his age. His eldest son, Sultan Mourad, will be twentyvone years of aze next September.

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THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

THE FLOODS. (From the Maitland Mercury, August 13.) Wo are hnppy to be able to state that the fears entertained prior to the publioati. n of our last issue, that this flood would attain a greater height and be more disastrous than even those of 1857, hnvo not boon verified, and that the waters of the Hunter, after rcaohing n level about four inohes above that of the last flood, have greatly reoeaoa, tuougu toey ominously remained stationary for an unusually loug time. The rise, as stated in our last, finally ooasod about midnight on Thursday, and by about mid day on Friday a fall of four inches was observable. Thip, however, was little increased during the day, and ufter sundown thoro appeared to be a triflipg rise again, cauRod probably by the pressure of the waters from Singleton, where tho rivor hnd boon rising up to aovon o'clock on Thursday morning. On Saturday morning thoro npponred, however, to be but littlo ohango in tho level, though there was an ovidont commencement of a f...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

AMERICA. Amongst the most noteworthy points in the Americn intelligence is tho gradual re velation of snibarrassineuts which are con cealed by othusiasm, and which hamper both advemrieu alike. The first of these is the absenc of true military preparation. Mr. Russel's letters reveal tho J'nct that a n»pt nt-. Ipn.' nf tlin finnfpileraln nrmv in n-- cruited in onscription, which extends even to British ubjeets, and is carried out by a system of inpressinent as violent, as that which in thi Kuvolutionary War disgraced the seaports iiuur own country. The soliiers thus collected seem fairly armed, butthere is a great defbicuoy of ma terial; the shells, for example, collected to attack Pon Pickens being abiut sufficient for a day' bombardment. On the other hand, the' lumber of effectives collected for action ,by he North is stated at 90,000, of whom scarcely one-tenth only ire under any effective dijcipline. They lomge about at their own wll, drink hard, sucrch houses on pretence of hunt...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

ENGLISH SHIPPING. Arrivals —From Sydney. — The Star of Peace, Duncan Dunbar, British Trident, and Lucy Micdonald. Fkom Melbourne. — Owen Glindower, Prince of Wales, Peru, Kleber, Tiwmis, Yorkshire, and Sydney Griffith*. Dkpartckes.- -For Svdjcev. — Queen of the Fleet, Cissy, Lochiel, Rachel, Bellona, Wuve of Lfe, Vimeira, Annie Armstrong, and Sovereign of the Seas. For Mkl hournb. — Vashintfton, Empress of the Seas, Rosult, Scotish Chief, Walter Lord, Sta linta, Atalarta, Lightning, Kooria, Mooiia, Indemnity, Vave, Europe, Frenchman, Ma tilda, DufTelaud Kent, aud Countess of Sheiield. There are wenty-six vessels on the berth, for Melbouni! and Geelong, at London, and seventeen forSydney. The Amercan barque Cockietrate, of Bos ton, from Milboume to Singapore, Captain 13nngs, struc; on the Abrolhos Rocks on the 1-lth June. The vessel was lost, but all hands were aved.

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LECTURE IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

LECTURE IN AID OF THE H08TO FUND. 'VWIJ a lecture was aeuverea on Mondavera1 last, at the court-houBe, by Arthur flojJ Esq., the proceeds being devoted to thrJvd. being raised for the erection of the newboJ About 200 persons were present. Shortlj £? eight o'clook, the chair was taken bv j] Hannel, Esq., M.P., who briefly introducej lecturer to his audience. Mr, HodgEon commenced by stating ttti subject of bis. lecture was 'Japan aij People,' and he would proceed to- poitt , first, the antiquity of the nation iD om and, secondjy, the origin of oertain'manntm customs by which that nation waa cliaracUtii As provMjgvtrJe correctness of his assertion lecturer' qjio^ed certain data relative tt' origin nnd foundation of the Japaneje «-j andjprocceded to give some humorous andij] ing descriptions of prevailing customs. U shown that these customs were a peculiar W in thej race to whom they attached, and r practice of them was upheld with strict » truthful rigidity. They had been in exifc sin...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

PRODUCE MARKETS. Hides are in hotter demand ; in some cases the heavy and first light sorts brought slight advance. In Whet1 there is a moderate demand for Australian ; former rateB are steadily sustaiued. Bark. — Only moderate sales made at a slight decline. Horns.— Almost all sold ; prices Is. lower. Tallow Market exceedingly ueprosseu. P. Y. C. on the snot, 52s. 9d. to 53s. Oils. — Australian, ox Boanerges, sold at 42s. Sperm is cheaper ; good quality sold utJG95 10s. Corn.— Wheat hajM*eclined from 2s. to 3s. Oats.— Ttyp*0^ ' Coffee k» limited request at easy prices. Sugar. — -Prices for all descriptions, Is. to Is. 6d. cheaper. Market exceedingly dull. Spirits. — Bum lower in price. Brandies dull; common kinds obeaper.

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. August 0.— Charles Gander, of Kelso, ranu Liabilities, £235 15s. 4d. Assets, valuoofp* proport V«15 ; outstanding debts, £8; k-W Deficit, £26 i I5s. 4d. ,,,, August 12.— Luko Williams, of Bowenf«»i» Liabilities, £524 3«.lld. Assets— value oft* property, £ 128 10a. Deficit, £395 13s. lid' ^ Augtiat 12.— James Burnes, of Botany, g«| Liabilities, £325 0j. 8d. Assets— valuo « property, £230 ; of personal property, *»3 outstanding dobts, £21 j total, £28J 10s. »' £?10 iOi. 8d. „ .. August 12rte.Samuel Billingsley Walkor, W Ballinrpre and Marthagney, at present reiH» Sydney, gra«ior. Liabilities, £3907 12«- j» — valuo ot personal proporty, £20. » £3887 12*. „ August 12,— James Simpson, law or u« strcot, Sydney, out of business. uW £UOS I'M. Assets— valuo of real property I' gagutl), £100: of personal properly, *Wj sltmding debt., £600 ; total, £720. Surplui, O

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

LONDON WOOL REPORT. June. — Tho May salos olosod on the Gth June, with the sarao firmness and spirit mani fested at tho opening, and for good and fine flock from nil parts tho competition was more keen towards the closo ; while on middle and faulty paroels tho buyers had to advance. Tim nri-iuni* f.»r Julv idrandv reach 70.000 bales, aud with ships expected, may probably, run up the quantity to 00,000 bales. As to the probable range of prices then to be established much dopends on the prospects of the harvest and the money market. The dulness at Bradford, which has oaused so serious a fall iu the new clip of the home growth, averaging fully 3d. to4d. per lb., has produced some flatness in that market ; and it rather oonfirms the opinion that a decline in wool generally is likely to take place when the great sale of the year commences.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 August 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From tht Herald and Empirt.) ADELAIDE. tods 1MJ« Evening.— Great excitement in town to-day «Z fcJto » rumour that Stewart had returned to the settled W Set*, having been unsuccessful. It has been traced to DOS! S jiyder a stockman, who, having been up to Messrs. Ijh £toU- fetch some coltt,:«aw the horses which hekuew » 1 K«d to Stuart, but which are believed to be the two ' Doned by Stuart at the out-stations. Flour, best U«J uAl £Wfi«. I °thw brands, £\S fis. to £13 10». 7 DENILIQU1N. 1I.1 Pridav lfternnnn. «.i tfinoEi' Royal Hotel w» burntdown last night. The ' ^te Ue»ntnit«d »t L1000. A life was lost during the *'--fii|riti-W' Supposed to be the work of an incendiary. Itati ' MELBOURNE. mtm, ' Saturday evening. ir-M, ft« Ssliette »ras signalled off Cape Otway, at 5 p.m. r^L elections to-day have been agaiDBt the Ministers. 1'or ?l(stii\ Kildi Btodribb and Johnston were elected; for War ! Ii stool ' Manifold ; for West Melbourne, Orkney and lie: -'for East Melbo...

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