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NAVIGATION OF THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

NAVIGATION OF THE HUNTER. Tub following interesting paper, on the naviga tion of the Hunter river, wan read on Wednofl day evening, before the Philosophical Society, by Edward Moriarty, Esq. The chair was oc cupied by his Excellency Sir John Young, patron of the society. Believing that a brief account of the operations which have been undertaken for thi- improvement of the navigation of the Hunter river, and the purl of Newcastle, niny not be uninteresting to many mem bers of the Philosophical Society, I have ventured lo place before you a fi'W short notes descriptive of the works which have b.-en proposed, and in produc ing the various ends which were sought. But before doing so, it is right I should offer a short description of the principal topographical feature* of the port and river. The harbour of Newcastle, which forms tho embouchure of the Hunter river, had formerly two entrances, one on the north, the oilier on the south side of Nobby Island, the latter channel being that p...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

Lustra Nature. — -\ curious freak of nature latwly occurcd on Mr. Hammond's s'utiou, at Jtmee. A ewe died in lambing, and on opening the carcass, one perfectly-formed lamb wns found, wnile a second 'youngling having one head, two bodies, and eight legs, was also discovered. The monstrosity was no t nearly so well developed as it twin. — Wayga Waygu Express, i Honsr. Biv, — During tho hearing of tho onso Lano v. Scott, iiiithe' County Court, Jon Wednesday last, in which the plaintiff sought to recover the valuoof n hor^c, nnd also £,(- on a warranty of the horse's staunchness, tho evidence was so cnnllicting that tho judge ordered the animal to brought up to tho Court House ou the following morning, lo be tried with a ton weight, in tli'! presence of one of the ofive'ers of tho court. The hor o was brought mp'raccordiugly, tried, nnd pronounced staunch. The judge accordingly awarded a verdict for the de fendant '; Tun Queensland Guardian says that immense quantities of rats luive inf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

TT£lf STEAM TO SYDNEY. '' I i The Australasian Steam Navi ^M^ gation Compan}''s Stenmers will leave Nt fifH^' MoBPEtii (calling ut Newcastle), -ISmgP until furUtav; notice, as follows : — R,ttDAYS \wy!^-Hr Captain Adanis, )d,tl4 ^ I / ot 8 o'clock a.m. linjlSESDAYS 'I CottABOY- Captain MuHiaU, 4RD1YS J -' 8 o'clock™,: i'ty 3E0RGE It. DIBBS & CO., avit»I Agents, Scott-street. Hliresitle, August 17, 1801. ? .yw to Masters of Vessels Trading to the iidIT Port of Newcastle. ip Sjhe STEAM DRUDGE is about to commence cXiork in the Coal Channel, all vessels drawing boobf eleren ^eet water are requested to use the ?Channel when practicable, and ships of greater J'csu only pass the dredge one hour before ?? (water when.be/ moorings will be slacked Mi lT * W U.T.ALLAN, ' Harbour Master. : waitMOtljNluJy, 1801. ? „'. TENT SLIP, STOCKTON'.— The mil u . dersigncd is prepared to take vessels upon the 3 lo remain six hours for temporary repairs) ? and fi inch the same for Is. pet ton regis...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. DEPAKTI/HER. August 17.— Rainbow, bteamer, fur the Macleay River. Auguu 17.— Heine dee Auges, French ship, Oliver, for Bntavia, with 582 tons coal. Auitiibi I'. — Salcombe Castle, schooner, Junes, for Auckland, with ISO tons coal. August 17.— William Buchanan, barque, Altlred, for Hobari Town, with 200 tons coal. August IS.— James Paxton, tchooner, Carte, for Gee. long, with SO tons coal, and GOG baps maize. August 19. — Vibtula, schooner, Culbcrt, fur Melbourne, with lSli tons coal. August I!).— Ann Melhuish, barque, Williams, for Mel bourne, with 550 tons coal. August 11).— Valiant, brig, Brodie, fur Melbourne, with £14 tons coal. August 19.— Robert and Betsy, schooner, Henderson, for Launceston, with 140 tons coal. August 20.— Indus, barque, M'Kiunon, for Melbourne with 550 tuns coal. , August 20.— Jane, brig, Grant, for Melbourne, with 225 tons coal. COASTERS INWARDS. August 19.— Ranger, and Unity, from Sydney: August 19.— Jane, from the Richmond River, with....

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

MDLTUM IN PARVO. Tub TenterfieU Chronicle says that the recent heavy rains, and consequently flooded state of the creeks, has materially interfered with the transmis sion of mails in the northern districts, and suggests that the eiir.'rgency should be by some means pro vided against. The extension of the northern line of telegraph was completed at the Tenlerfield boundary, on the 26th ultimo. Tlie entire arrangements arc not yet perfect, but it was expected that communication would be opened with Murrurundi in about one month from the above period. At tha recent flood at Tarn worth, a married couple hud attempted to cross the creek, on horse back. The aiiimul wus unable to gain the oppoditii bank, and the current swept both the parties down towards the Peel ; the mail's life was saved by cling ing to a log, but the woman was drowned, and her body has not yet been recover d. At Wagga Wogga, a brutal outrage has been cu n mitted by a party of Victorian diggers, who were passing throug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

Hollow ay's Pills.— Premature decay.— When from free living, excessive indulgence, or the enervating effects of hot climates, the nervous system, becomes shaken, and the bodily powers debilitated, Holloway's remedies may be used with certainty of their producing relief. For dys pepsia, liver complaints, sick head ache, and loss of appetite, this Ointment should be very well rubbed twice a-day over the pit of the stomach and right side, whilst Holloway's Pills are being taken in such doses as can conveniently be borne. This treatment will always restore strength and energy. Nervousness, flushes, and fainting fits, may all be prevented by a timely recourse to, and diligent use of, these remedies, which 'cannot do harm to the delicate or debilitated.

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TASMANIA. Our Tasmanian files are to the 6th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

TASMANIA. Our Tasmaninn files are to the 6th August. 1 he premiership had been resigned by Mr. Wcston, owing to ill-health. The reins of government had been taken by Mr. Chapman, who is pronounced to be-' the right mun in the right place.' Mr. J. II Black, the cel-brated vocalist, is per forming with much success in Launceston. The census enumeration of Tasmania, taken on the 7th of April, 1861, gave a population : — Children under 15 years of age — mains, 17,366 ; females, 16,981 ; total, 34,347. Adults above 15 years of age— males, 22,227 ; females, 23,403 ; total, 55,630 — grand total, 89,977, being 8485 increase since the census of 31st March, 1857. 'I he recent riot at Lnmbing Flat was being com mented upon by tho several journals, who unani mously deprecne the conduct of the mob. A new journal, the Tannanian Messenger, had made its appeanncc. There are few matters of general interest to notice. The Grammar School.— We understand that a baznnr, to be held on New Year's Day next...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

SYD!it . Rrtuhn of the Blur .Ticjffirji and Marines rnoM Lambino Flat.— YesteraW^ifternDon arrived in Sydney, by special- train from^Campbclltown, the nhove forces, under the commahdof Captnin Knter, It.N. They all look-. il remarkably well after their journey, which, considering the prevalence of Hie recent ruins that have so flooded the country, making many of the rouds almost impassable, could not have been one of tlie pleasuntest. - We observed Corporal Pearson, of the Sydney Mounted Patrol, amongst the returned. Boots and Shokb made nr Machinery.— A brief visit to Mr. Vickcry's boot and shoe ware house, next to the Joint Stock Bnnk, George-ntree', has afforded its nn opportunity of seeing, for the first time in this colony, the application of machinery to -the manufacture of boots and shoes. The pro prietor hns, nt a very considerable expense, recently imported from England, 11 stamping nachiue, for cutting out soles, a pricking machine, and a closing machine. In connection wit...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

MAITLAND. (From yesterday's Mtrcury.) White v. Bank or New South Wai.es.— Tiny wns an notion brought by William Henry Wljyte, of Newcastle, ngniust tho ttank of Now South ^y|nlcs at Newcastle, to recover dnmugeaJor loss of reputa tion and inconvenience Huataineai'by him on Ac count of the bank having dishonoured a cheque, drawn by him, on that bank, for £21 10s., while he hnd funds in tho said bank. Damages were laid at £200. Mr. Brigg* appeared for the plaintiff; and klr. Chambers and Mr. Brown for the defendants, It appears that up to the 17th August, 1800, Mr. W H. Whyte, a merchant in Newcastle, was in the habit of transacting business with the branch Bank of New South Wales in that city, to tho amount of up wards of £100,000 a year. On tho above date, by reason of some disagreement with the bank, he called and asked the accountant to make up his pass-book, and closed his account with the bank, drawing tho balance, which amounted to £107 8s fid. Tho pass-book had not been mado u...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

VICTORIA. We have Victorian journals to the IOth instant. A political struggle between the free-traders and protectionists had been the first feature in the recent election. The Henles ministry was likely to become unpopular. The various journals contain nothing but elec tioneering intelligence. A^ satirical publication, entitled The Boomerang, has been started in opposition to the Melbourne Punch. It promises, at the present crisis) to become successful. Mining operations wera suffering much depression more especially in the neighbourhood of Ballaarat.

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Business during the week has been very dull, and the transactions generally have been to a limited amount, with the exception of hops, which have advanced in price, and caudles, salt and coffee, which show a decline on previous rates, there is but little difference in last week's Quotations. The amount af gold coin issued by the Sydney Branch of the Royal Mint during the week ended to-day, August lClb, has been 25,000 sovereigns. The quantity of gold-dust imported into the same establishment during the week fur the purpose of coinage has been 7800 ozs. The Western nnd Southern Escorts have arrived during the week from our several gold-fields, and have delivered at the Sydney Branch of the Royal Mint the following quantities of gold dust: — Western : From Sofala, 621 ozs. 15 dwts. 12 grs. ; Bathnrst, 445 ozs. 4 dwts. 9 grs. ; Windeyer and Hargraves, 195 ozs. 10 dwt*. ; Tambaroora, 346-ozs. 11 d*ts. 6 grs. ; Orange, 116 ozs. 13 dwts. ; Stoney Creek, 117 ozs. 1 ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

CORRESPONDENCE.' To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. ? i' Sir — I have refrained from entering into the dis V [fate, between the coal proprietors and the miners jftpntil the strike actunlly took place. I have read PJgjoiir'able lending article about arbitration. It does J&tot go fur enough. I think the following arrange W ieut (if agreed to by the coul proprietors ? ?) would HE title tlic dispute at once. 'wf ^nt 'ns'cnd 'f ' ('eduction of 20 per cent., an Kidditionnl 20 per cent, be granted. i?B That the A. A. Company, Coal and Copper Com wf »ny, Miami mid WalUcnd collieries be huuded over Mptne miners' association. ' ijHj ,'Tliat tho delegates be nppohted the managers; ^Kfleir salary to be fixed by themselves, in the same ^reasonable manner they fix everyone else, or that the JjjHlreseiit managers be commanded to attend before Jjp° miners union committee every week, mid give JUjnoticc what they intend saying or doing during the .*?! Hiccecding week, and obtain the co...

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THE GREAT OPEN-AIR MEETING OF THE MINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

THE GREAT OPEN-AIIl MEETING OP THlil-MINERS. This meeting, which has been ^exciting considerable interest in this district, name off on Monday last, at Ran. (tail's Cflmp, about two miles from the Warntah station. Then were about 650 persons present ; the best older pre vailed ; the day wus *' :? j and, in short, the event came off most satisfactorily ^.???i concerned. In adpition to those more immediatejyiflajtmicd, a large number of the mer cantile coinmunJI^Rjludiiig shipowners, captains, and a number of citj^^fere present. Mr. JAliEfldwiTCllUR, who is president of the New South Walcinfmcrs' Association, took the chair at 11 o'clock. He-ftUcessed his ' ftllow.wot'kmun,' stating that the meeting hjaWbeon called together in consequence of the masters propqyfig a reduction of 20 per cent, on their wages. It was said that the real object of the employers was to break up their umou, but this meeting would prove that that could not bo e fleeted. There were many speakers to address1' th...

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THE CHARACTER OF SHAKES PEARE." [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

THE CHARACTER OF SHAKES PEARE.' An exceedingly interesting and instructive lecture was de. lirered on Monday evening last, at St. John's School. room, Lake Macquarie Road, by H. B. Cotton, Esq., on the above subject, the proceeds being devoted to the repairing of the parochial school-room. About fifty or sixty persons were present, a large majority of whom were ladies. Shortly after the time appointed for the commencement of the pro ceedings, the chair was taken by the Rev. B. E. Shaw, who, in introducing the lecturer to his audience, stated that Mr. Cotton had kindly offered his lervtces on that occasion. The rev. gentleman also 6tated that it was in contempla tion to establish the delivery of a series of lectures in that parish, which, he trusted would be productive of much real benefit to the community. After passing a high eulogium on the character and attainments of the great poet in ques tion, he would have much pleasure in introducing the lecturer. H. B. Cotton, Esq., then co...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 August 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATUUDAY. I - William Hill, fisherman, was charged with being drunk Blad using indecent language in Newcomen. street, last ?night. He pleaded guilty to being drunk, but he could |net recollect the indecent language. He ultimately pleaded Ijmlty, however, to that charge also, and was fined 209., vfuh the alternative of 4S hours1 confinement.— .Charles I ,OTiith, a labourer, was charged on the list with neglecting lit; pay hit fare from Sydney, by the itcamer Collaroy, but f« friend having turned up who did the needful, the/case U»u dismissed. ?-' { MONDAY. , J.D.Willoughby was charged with being drunk in Scott. , meet, on Sunday night last. He pleaded not guilty, but (tht charge was fully proved by countable Coulton, who I apprehended him. His worship admonisheil the prisoner, (and fined him 5s., or in default, 24 hours in the lock. up. NtvrcASTi.1! Distmct Court.— We are requested to etita that the district court han been further adjourned until the 2nd day of Sept...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

HOLLOWAY'S PILIS.' ? ?'.? i Chest CompUiittts. . , ? H NO (jiseases arc marc frequent, few more datigetoni, S \t ?? afll'utions of tbe respiratory orgaus. The flrsli)7nf!S ^ of catarrh, bronchitis, and influenza may alwjvi bt.nsW cully removed by Hollowity's renowned piltt. TneVqiiiGbP A remedy any temporary stagnation pf blood, relkKi f overgurged veins, moderate the hurried breathing, »oi i v able the lungs to do their otBce with case and rmlflt $0 These pills, by their purifying powers, elewiK iklk 'gt from all impurities, and fortify the system* t^utu cf. sumption, usthma, and similar complaints. Stomach, L'wer, Kidneys, and BoatU. ?'-. '? From various causes these organs are IreijueDll/ptt out of order, and require some suitable rocdicntUn \ late them. Uolloway's pills effect this object witlifoi fill celerity and certainty. They donotiliitiea'tMi/4 iT or weaken the frame ; they thoroughly.. io»ggote* , x digestive orpaus. They gently excite the ttoniich ,. liver, stimulate the...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. G.YU/ANT Act. — Tho following account of a gallant act, in saving four lives from nn inevita ble death, by Henry Puxley, E.-q , of 1) inboy Castle, C^stletown, County Coak, has been for warded by an officer of the Coast Guard for the consideration of the lloynl National Lifo Boat Institution: — 'On Friday lust, whilst in his grounds, Mr* Puxley saw a punt with six men in it. capsize, lie at once plunged into the sea and swam to their assistance. Coming to a boat moored off, ho with this help, there being no person in her, saved, at tho grout risk of tho bout capaijsing by tho men clinging to her, four of tho men — two having swam ashore, a dis tance of about 200 yards. Three of tho men were unable to swim. I uced scarcely add, that but for this assistance they must Iwive been drowned, as well as the fourth man, tho others having seized hold of him, he being a good swimmer. On landing, Mr. Puxloy had them taken to his house, and medical assistance sent for, they bei...

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COLLIERY INTELLIGENCE. ACCIDENT AT USWORTH COLLIERY. TWO MEN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

V l' POLLIERY INTELLIGENCE. 1 ACCIDENT AT USWORTH COLLIERY. i ;T\V0 MEN KILLED. .- 1 On Saturday, a serious and melancholy .??acoident occurred at Usworth Colliery, in ? the county of Durham, resulting in the death 'ofthe overman, Thomas Gosooigne, aud a ? mnn hftme'd Ellison. Tho former was only; Wj UIIU IIIU AflblVl. ? UWVUV UA- T^ll.l'Q \Jk tlUUi 'For severul -years Ellison had -been emv; ' ployed ns overman at Ox Close pit, and both'; 'Slave left wives and children. 3/he unfortu-1 ' nnte men wero , last -seen alive about half-past^ ' four- o'clock on tho morning of tho fatal oo . currenco/haviug at -that time gone down to inspect tho waste or air '.course. In a similar, (juartcr of tho pit were other two men, and .'those not coming to -b«iuk 'till nearly four hours after their time, tho question was asked, ?? '? is ail ngiu 'wun you r jlho saa twinge ? 'wero then announced, and between twelve «nd one o'clock tho deceased men wore brought to the heap. It is somowhat singular that...

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IMPROVEMENT IN SAFETY LAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

latPBOVEaiENT in safety lamps. Mr. T.y. Hall, mining eugineer, of New cnstlo, hna patented impro'venieuts. in safety lamps. According to the specification, this inveDtion is proposed to apply to a miner's safety lamp, a wick and burner adapted for the oombustion of petroleum, pnraffin^for other hydro-carbous, in heu of the oil in or dinary lamps, nnd to apply a suitable chimney ?to such burners, whereby a very superior and ?economical liglit is obtained. This superi ority in the illuminating powers of the lamp -enables a considerably finer gauze to be em ployed, and for extra safety and strength will admit of two gauzes being used, placed one -within the other, and consequently the lamp is rendered much safer than the ordinary tamps, where, on account of ihe dimness o tho light, the gauze is required to be of a coarse mesh. The chimney may be made either in ono length, its upper part projecting inside the upper chamber of the lamp, or it ?may bo tnnde in two parts, the upper part be...

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NEW ZEALAND. We have received files to the 12th August [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

NEW ZEALAND. We have received files to the 12th August, Great dissatisfaction was expressed at the conduct of the government, in connection with the nUUve and settler outbreak. The question gave no hopes of satisfactory solution. The arrival of Sir George Grey was hailed witlv satisiaction, . Tun Dun Mountain, railwiiy was, expected to bo completed, by tho l^t October, 'i'he rolling stock. was already on the ground. A company hai been formed ' for the purpOVe Af lighting the city of Nelson with gns. ? . ' . - T.ii.s recent floods and rainy wcathor Imi intorfored' * with. the working of the gold fields, nnd a petition has been received from Otago, stating that the mar jpri'ty. of tho population were unable to' obtain «??-? ploymcnt, and wcro starving. Later advices, how ever, speak somewhat more favourably, though th'u probab o extent ofyauriforoui.cauntr.y. has not. .been clearly ascertained. One or two rich finds art) r« ported to have occurred. The ship Heniy Fernieha'lnrrivoii.fr...

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