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

MARRIAGE. At Newcastle, on the 12th instant, by the Registrar, Mr. Alfred Sydney Smith, of Fullerton Cove, to Miss Francis Elizabeth Walsh, of Tremerton Park, near Newcastle. The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1861.

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

Soe to Hasten of Vessels Trading to the : Port of Newcastle. I// Jibe STEAM DREDGE is afaouU^eommence , trorlc in the Coal Channel, all vey/eUCLrav/ing t eleren feet water are requested touse the j Ch&unel when practicable, und aliipYuf greater loan only pass the dredge one; hour before water when her moorings will be slacked i. / D.T.ALLAN, Harbour Master, iroutlt, 19th July, 1861. ? ~ STEAM TO SYDNEY. lx The Australasian Steam Navi rffiL gation Company's Steamers will leave jflfl^. Morfetii (calling at Newcastle), IpBPP during th« ensuing month, as follows : j!D\YS 1 CotLARor, Captain Mulhall, &SDAYS / ,#8 o'clock a.m. iDAJS llifcAiiZrf/ifcaptain Adams, GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street. icmle, 20th July, 1861. ? '-, . WANTED, to CHARTER, VESSELS, dgfe from 150 to 300 tons, for New Zealand Jfgt^Rd Melbourne. .Par further particu lg%r«, apply to J//V ?*T.; ? GEORGTMt.^fifBBS & CO. Ecfritle,:-27th June, 1861/ ? _? jj Ranted, to qbajiter, ves...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

A mercinu man is mercifu! to his beast.' IT is universally admitted that no preparation is equal to the fnr-fatned ^ R O-W ' S R M B IVri- Cj/v ION; for \voui^sXfrJi-^s^y-.descrtptfon. an I no owntr of Houses tfCATTi.uXhouUl be without a bottle of it iu the stable. TlieVost of it is trifling, and the old adage should be rememberer), 'A stitch in time suves nine.' Prepared solely by the proprietors, 1 J. & E. ROW, Wholesale Druggists, B-uik Court, King-street, Sydney, nud hold by every stuivkiiepsr throughout the colony. /'/v/v/, 3.?. OJ. per bottle ifEWLIARKET HOUSE REPOSITORY, l'lTT-STKKlVr, S YDS ICY, / /(opposite school of akts.) Thm/lils, Dreclert of Stock, Catttt Dealer*, and I [) 'Othtr*. /~i/NTLEMKN — Ilaiing coinplctiul the building VX o'f the Mi\WIAK.Kl-.T HORSE REIMSI TORY, we tni-t to receive that support wi.ich, by energy ami application to business, we will endea vour to merit. ? The sole mnnagement o'' the establishment is undRr the judicious control of our Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

Holloway's Oi'NTMENT and 'Pills. — Release from rheumatism.— Rheninnllmn is nearly related to gout, to butli of which many are born with an hereditary prcdis. ?position. To such, cold and damp wuather usually brings an attact ; hut its severity tnny bo initigated,aml its duration shurtciied by II olluway's soothing Ointment and purifying Pills. 'PI''1 painful, swollen ana inflamed jnint is soon relieved l-y tne proper application of this cooling Ointment, white the Hills reduce tho active lever, muderate oxccr.sive action of the heart, and restore trutiquility to circulation und nerves. Theso restorative remedies have subdued the inoht unfavourable cases of acute and chronic rheumatism after every other means hid failed and the buflbrcr had in despair abandoned ail hope.

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

CALIFORNIA. Fatat. DuEti. — The Daily Morning Call of the 20th gives the following horribly miuutu description of a duel which took place on the morning of the 20th, in the neighbourhood of Siicramcnto, between the Hon. D. Sbowalter and tho Hon. Charles \\r. Piisrcy, both members of the Ualifornia Legislature : — The previous morn itig, Mr. Piurcy, in company with some of bis frieuds, weut to San llilfuel, by the Petal tun a boat, and put up ut the-A'arine Hotel, until yes terday morning — the preliminaries of the affair having been agreed upou at Sauraincuto. The terms of tho figlr were us fullows : — The parties were to meet at half-past eleven o'clock on the morning of thu 25th, either in Matitie or S;in Maeto counties; each to be uttcude'd by sur geons, two 8ccond.s, and their friends; the pre cise locality of the meeting was to bo t-ek-cred on the day set for it ; weapons were to be rifles, each to choose the kind ho thought best; dis tance to be forty measured yards ; tho word...

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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

THE ENGLISH MAIL. [From our own files.] The arrival of the I'alclutho, with European in telligence to the 27th June, was given in our last ime, but our Gins of Kuglixh pipers having e'nee tieen dtlivered, we r nicoed to furnish de tails the Bu'tjcot matter of which we w»;ro nut woo in possession 01. With respect t-i the civil warfare at present eristiog io Amorica, the subject of slavery in the Southern States had, according to tin; Tint's' correspondent (Mr. Russell), enlisted the iictnv sympathies of not only the whule male popula tion of the Northern localities, but the frniiilu popula'ion of thaw, districts had even waxed more furious in their di-tcrmined opposition to ils existence. The English journals, in com menting upon the struggle, describe the existing feeling as Bimpiv a'coviiiiiiseratiou for the icissio of excited ootutiu'iints. It hud uk-o Ix-on observed that consiii--r;i!)lc excitomi.'nt was prevailing in mercantile circles with regard (o tho cmrse which had been ado...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

WALLSEND. FROM A CORttESl'ONDENT. In connexion with the defective ventilion at present ex. isting in the Wallsend colliery, certain correspondence has tak'ti place between the miners and the acting government inspector of coalfields, relative to the necessary remedy. X. he requisjtijun - . and reply are appended below. The miners' Of the Wallsend colliery complained tiithe manager lately of the very deficient state of the veil. tilatiun in the colliery, but got no redress, but. ultimately, they requested the Government Coalfield Examiner to visit the colliery. This request was made by letter, for. warded by a deputation. That deputation reported that Mr. Beaumont promised to visit the colliery. This Mr. Heaiimont now declines to do, pending the unfortunate dif. ferences between us and our employers, or until he hears from Mr. Keene ; but he states that, in the meantime, he has seen Mr. Neilson, our underground agent, who pro mised to make certain alterations, which he hoped would im...

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MURDER OF A SEA CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

MU11DEK OF A SEA CAPTAIN. The foiling caso came before dhe United States circuit court, New York, on ,%uo !l rd :— Samuol Collins, John Dmileavy-ttnd — Foatlieruton, convicted of tlio murder of Ciiptuin George W, Pyke, of tlio ship Gen onil I'ftrkhill, wore brouuht up for sentence. The judgo said : The crime of which you have been couviotod was cuuimitted on board tho mwubnut Ship, Gonoral Pnrkhill. Slio wns bound from the port of Liverpool, England, to the port of Churlustowu, South Curolina. Tlio crew, eleven in number, of which you wero a purl, wore shipped at Liv erpool.' The vessel sailed from that port at about cloven o'clock in tho forenoon of tho Soth of February lust, and beforo 10 o'clock that evening, and whrn sho hud but reached 8om« 20 miles from it, you had killed the master, Captain Fyke, by stabbing him to the heart, and loft the first, mate, Campbell, from Btnl^ inflicted with knives upon his body, and blows* upon his head and arms with a handspike, insensible and f...

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[copy.] Wallsend Colliery, August 5 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

[copy.] Walfsend Colliery. Augusts 18GI. Sir— The miners of this colliery considering the venti lation to be very deficient, beg respectfully to request that _you will favour them by visiting the colliery in your offi cial capacity, and expressing your opinion on the manner in which the colliery is ventilated at present. Your com pliance with the request at your earliest convenience will much oblige, sir. your humble servants, the miners of Wallsend. J. CANVIN, Secretary. W. Kecne, Esq., Government Examiner of Coalfields, Newcastle. P.S.— The above request was in contemplation previous to the notice of reduction of wages lately given by our manager.

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Barracks, Examiner of Coalfields Office, August 10, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

Barracks, Examiner of Coalfields O/Kce, August 10, 18U1. Sia — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, under date of the 5th instant, and signed by you on behalf of the Wallsend miners, and have forwarded the same to Mr. Keone, who is absent at Berrima. 1 re ceived orders some days previous to your note, from the examiner of coalfields, to inspect the WalUend workings, but do not consider it advisable to do so, pending the un fortunate differences between you and your employers, or until 1 again hear from Mr. Keene. In the meantime, I have seen Mr. Neilsim, your underground agent, who has promised to make some alterations in your heading!! and airways that will, I hope, improve the ventilation.— I have the honour to be, sir, yours truly, J. BEAUMONT, -Mining Engineer, inspector in charge during the absence of the Government examiner of coalfblds. Mr. John Canvin, honorary secretary, Wallsend mines.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

COLONIAL BXTBACTS. Austu m.ian Giant. — \ correspondent of the Argus says : — ' A few days ago the remains of a human body were discovered at the Werrlbee. From their enormous size, they are supposed to be those of an aboriginal giant. The skull was quickly ap propriated by a follower of science. Some of the teeth are now in possession of a person residing on the banks of the Werribee.' Rl'.OUI.ATIOSS POIl I'llOSPECriNO FOR CoAt., &C. — With the view of encouraging parties desirous of prospecting for other mineral deposits than gold, such as coal, iron, &c, the following regulations have been issued by the Board of Lund and Works, under the 63rd clause of the Land Sales Aci : — ' The B -ard of Land and Works may grant to any person desirous of searchiiig'ou Crown lands fur coal, iron, or uny other mineral except gold, a license for one yrar, conferring the right to search for such mineruls over a specified tract of country, provided its area does not exceed one squar...

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MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

MINIM. FROM A COUKKSPONDBNT. LfiOKiNO with a considerable amount of alarm at the atti tude of the coalowners and their colliers, and the mischief and misery that will be entailed upon the district for a long time after by a stubborn strike, I would suggest that .th»-:emplojreril3*hould so far give waj as, to give notice at their- respeptiye collieries, to let the men continue working for fourteeri'u'»ys longer at their present friers, only_ send ing tun worK, in qruer iiiat, uuriug mat nine, nr^uciauons cither for a compromise or settlement of the dispute may be carried on. One of the owners of the Mirnni colliery (Mr. J. ISrowu) has signified his willingness to agree to this arrangement, if the others are, and the proposition appears so reusunahlo, that I have the utmost confidence all will agree. The fortnight's notice gircn by the owners expiics tomorrow, and there appears to have been uo de cided action taken mutually between the parties, and unless this proposition is accepted ...

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GREAT FIRE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

GREAT FIRE IN LONDON. In the evening of Saturday, June 22, the metro it was visited by the moat terrific conflagration \ I has occurred in this country since the Great i of London, Some idea of the greatness of the itrophe may be conveyed by the simple state ,: it that the destruction of property is estimated at (- itupendous sum of two and a half or three mil ' i sterling. ? heaceno of the fire was on the waterside portion .? Fooley-street, nearest London-bridge, a locality ? h has been singularly unfortunate during the ?I 25 years, some of the largest tires having oc red there. The outbreak took place in the ex tire range of premises known as Cotton's wharf, Mlio bonded warehouses belonging to Messrs... vail. They hud an extensive river frontage, au'd whole Bpnce on the land side extending toTooley et was covered with eight or nine wui'chousea six eys iu height, formerly used us Ordnance stores, \ occupying about three acres. These buildings e filled with valuable merchandise of e...

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THE LATE FIRE IN DAWSON STREET, LAKE MACQUARIE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

THE LATE FIRR IN DAWS ON STREET, LAKE MACQUARIE ROAD. It will he recollected that on the conclusion of the late inquest on this fire, the jury, throngh their foreman, expressed a desire that the coroner should bring under the notice of the government the'propriety of remunerating jurors in such cases for their loss of time. The result of the coroner's application which was accompanied by a etter from Mr. Meuzies, has been replied to 'by the fol lowing letter, which the coroner immediately forwarded to Mr. Menzics, the foreman of the jury, for his information, and that of the other gentlemen engugod in the inquest. Crown Law Ollices, Sydney 14th August, 1861. Sir, — In acknowledging receipt of your letter of the 10th instant, forwarding a communication from the foreman of the jury, in the case noted in the margin (Oth August 1861, inquest on fire at John Smith's house, m Duwson. street, Nswcastle.) I am determined by the Attorney General to state that he fully approved of the suggest...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

' ORIGIN A F. POETRY. . On looking through your Wednesday's paper '?' I found ' A. R.'s' foolish caper, i-ll In what he thinks poetic strains ', Jo tempt me to pawn his brains ; ? But he deceives himself throughout, v Although he sore dislikes the spout. f inw strange this quibbling goose should nettle oi -ii At what the constitution settle; it; i But this lie likes, I have no doubt, j» :?? With fools and hypocrites to shout \ be ?' He says that ancle is no friend ed 1.' Who to the poor does money lend ill : At half the interest charged elsewhere, to . Which serves the poor, 1 do declare. n, -. But R ? rich in make an oration jt Thinks he best serves the constitution to * By making strings of ugly rhyme, th By reading which one murders time. m Poor man, his head and purse are small, i\ i He may want uncle after all. C. W. W.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

S 11 I P I* I X G . AHHIVA1.S. August H.—Ewald, schooner, 159, Broring, from Mel bourne. August 14. — Prince Patrick, schooner, 128, Archer, from Melbourne. August H._ Clarendon, brifc. 158. Dnhle, from Laun ceston. Cargo:— 1111 bag* wheat, 15 ton* potatoes, and 12 tons liny. . , August 15.— Grafton. steamer, from Sydney. DKPAKTUHKS. August 15.— Grofton, steamer, for Grafton, C. It. August 15. —Cincinnati, ship, FitMiumons, for Welling, tin, N.Z., with 1/50 tons coal. AuguM JO. — ,\i)ne and Maria, brig, Murray, for Mel bourne. Cargo: 310 tons coal, 51(1 bags maize, lb logs vedar, 700 spokes, and 20 cwt. bacon. August 10.— Anne and Jane, barque, Smith, for Actc. laide, with 400 tons coal, and three tons bacon. August IS. — Dunedin, barque, Walker, for Melbourne, with 2S0 tons coal. ?August 16.— Tyne, schooner, Riddle, for Uobart Town, with 140 tons coal. - » : COASTERS INWARDS. August 14-.— Lockhart, Liberty, Susannah, Nancy, and Otagn, from Sydney. Augast 14. — Cyclone, from the Ric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

ri-ft -, ? STEAM TO SYDNEY. * f ' 2 Jk '^HE Australasian Steam *Jfnjri 'ljtj I JlJiblfK. gntion Company's Steamers will' leriVe 6ttti ^ ifaalEi^- Moai-B1' (calling at Newcastle), ;? '. -%|jpfs£B^ until further notice, ns follows : — TUESDAYS!// \Wmutaii. Ci.|,.ai,Ktffams, Of WEDNESI)/^//la^; c ,.„ Mulha % \ SATURDAYS J ?t8.-'cl-e^». J£ ' OEORGE II. IHI5J5S & CO., ^*T Agents, i-e»Jl-street. Newcastle, August l'i_|jM]_; ? '''?''? C£ Notice to Rasters of Vessels Trading to the *, Port of FewcastleX /' N n A S the STEAM 1)H EDGE is iihoutjjifivcormneiitc 'W J\_ work ill the Coal Channel, nil vqsseftydniwir/g t, . under eleven feet waw are ivijuestejl. to' use* the it) I Blind Cliannelwlien ]-nicticiil-ii», and ships of greater ' .?? Jeptb can jonly pass the dredge emu hour before f high watenTwhen her moorings will be shirked ' i' down. Ay- s [ [McX-J .. !-? T. ALLAN, pill i / ' ' Murbour Muster. [', _ Newcastle, 10tb_J 111^1801. ' __ZJ_jtU. )j : pATENT 'SLIP, STOCKTON.— The un*...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

? V ? Notwithstanding the high pitch of civili sation at which man has arrived, two mighty elements remain yet uncouquered. It would be hard to say which of them — whether fire or water — is the most terrible. We have . just perused a most awful and vivid account of the ravages of the former element' in the mighty Babylon of Europe. Of the complete effect of the element, uncontrolled, we have not the slightest conception. Mysterious prophecy hints, with appalling meaning, at what the children of men may some day faithfully count upon. Science and philsophy have spared not their utmost powers to endea vour to define how this awful warning shall be realised, but, up to the present, without avail. Providence, in His inexhaustible love, has possibly decided that it would not be for man's benefit to show when, and how, this tre mendous conclusion shall take place, but, in his infinite wisdom, Pie has deemed it benefi cial and necessary for us to know the mighty effects of the antagonisti...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 August 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Herald and Empire.) ? /.AMBING FLAT. , t.m —The quantity o gold by escort is 2954 flmw wain state that jthiB does npt include any JtoSw Commercial Bank for the last fortnight. ?Jw There have been no other arrests. Two „ brought before the court on Saturday, with f the late riots, but were discharged the evidence Efficient to warrant thwr committal. Many ,!«& since the las. arrests, through tear of £ed in the last procee ings The rewar s of inicer Cameron, »uu '«'«? ..»....»..»/.........? iSffi Many persons state that they are still SSS. and so many positively assert thai they JSttiie forces arrived. This muce is known finiewn end Spicer were on Lamhing Flat the ,t forces arrived. Three detectives were here „. .hsrence of the authorities, and had oppoe te them daily. It says little for thier abili. irfwre not in alpositioii topive the necessary The Chinese on Back Crekk were a lew frightened a short time by three drunken men, S£a ibem-!th another '...

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