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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

The more the civil war in America developes itself, Jihe more the J3ritis!i people arc be coming olive to the serious necessity of ns quickly us possible rendering themselves independent of either the Northern or South ern States for those productions which we have heretofore consumed so largely, and, to a certain extent, depended upon the United States to famish us with. By the last mail, wo perceive that that venerable statesman and distinguished scholar, Lord Brougham, called the attention of the nation, through the House of Lords, to the necessity of en couraging the growth of cotton in the British colonies. The noblo spenker dwelt upon the capacity of the \Vest Indies— especially Jamaica *— Jor growing cotton to advan tage, hut we regretted to see, that no allusion whatever was mada to Australia. Indeed, the whole subject was dismissed with what we might denominnte (if not too strong a word for the ' Lords') contempt. And yet it does not require any wonderful or extraordinary p...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

TASMANIA. We have received Launceston papers to the 13th, instant. . A movement wa« on .foot for making arrangements, for a grand champion race. . . The entire plant and machinery of the celebrated' quartz-crushing works at Fingal, had been-purchased. bv Darties from Victoria, for the mimosa of testinir the auriferout wealth, of that locality. Contributions were being salici'ed iu.Lauacestou. with a view to the establishment of.u museum. Business generally was quiet, and no alteration in prices had taken place. Best samples of wheat arc quoted at 5.8. !)d. to 6l. 3d. por bushel. Flou,r dull of. sale, at £10. to £17. per too,. according to quality. The Jane Lockhart arrived at Tamar Heads, from Newcastle,, on the 9th. instant, and the Ahum. on. the 12fh. .'...':.

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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ODD FELLOWS ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

ODD FELLOWS ANNIVEUSARY. The third anniversary of the Loyal Junction Lodge. No. 4737, M. U., Newcastle district, was celebrated yester day ( Friday). About K5 members assembled at 10 o'clock at the Lodge room, Junction Inn, and moved in procpssion with the band, and other insignia of the order to St. Jehu's Church, where a most appropriate sermon was preached, bf the Rev. B. E. Shaw, from 1 Peter, v. S.8.. ' Love as Brethren.' At the close of ehe service, a collection was made on behalf of the Newcastle Hospital, when the pro cession re-formed, and paraded the principal thoroughfares to the Ship Inn. where they partook of refreshment. They then returned to the lodge room, at Hogue's, Junction Inn, whereabout 70 members sat down to an excellent dinner. The room was tastefully decorated with evergreens, &c. The chair was occupied by Alderman I'rutlen, P. P. G. M., supported on the right by IJr. Fryer, N. G., and on the left by lir. Qiiin, P. G. M. The viands having been dispos...

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

VICTORIA, ' ' ,y\V.B ore in receipt of. intelligence to. the 17th inst. The elections were nearly concluded. The mi nisterial benches were likely to bo well occupied, the anticipated number being 44, against 83 on the sidb of the opposition. A serious accident had occurred at Qtteenscliff. on the 10th instant. Some men were engaged, in carting stone for theerectiou of the new lighthouses, and were loading their rir.iy nt the jetty when tho supports gave way, and the whole narrowly escaped b ing precipitated into thu sea. The horses, how ever, got away, when they took fright, and, tho shaft horse fulling, about 27 cwt. . of stone capsized upon the animal, and broke its baok ; the horse was after wards killed. Tup mni*lrr»ta irflnnrntlv- wm»a #ittipt nnrl' nnftr nn. average amount of business transacted. A SERious-fire bad occurred at Ballaarat, the pre mises of' Messrs. Bade and Ilieman, tobacconist*, having- been totally destroyed. The damage is esti mated at about £1000. No extraor...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held yesterday (Friday) beforo the coroner, Dr.Knnggs^Vtlio Washington Inn, on view of the body of Williarrl Kortpiiy.lt appeared from the evidence, thut tho db'glngad^wlio hail been' a very sober man, had, until Saturda^ last! remained in liia usual health, when he compluined-*f a pain in his dock und dilliculty of breathing. Medical attend ance had been on three occasions sent for, but no assistance hud arrived, and death took pluce on Thursday evening. Dr. Bowker deposed that he made a post-mortem examination of tlio body, when ho found an immense aneurism of the descending dorta, which had burst into tho left pleura, or n'ldo of tho chest. He had no doubt thut this was the eauso of death ; had medical attendunce been given, he be lieved that deceased's life might have been length ened, but ho could not have lieon cured. , The disease! was of long standing, and tho s^njptfpms wi uld bo pain in the pit of the stomach, together with a groat difficu...

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

MAITLAND. Heahti.ess Conduct. — Surprise has often been expre sed ilia, during thi I to fluids, so many, people should have refused to quit their houses until they were actually surrounded with water, nnd their escape thus rendered perilous. The reason given has been that during previous flpods cci'tftin.unprincipled individuals had. taken advantage of'the occasion to appropriate the prop rty of'the unfortunate Ruifercrs to their own use. It is bad euou.h to suffer from . natural causes, but to lose one's property by the hanils of those who should aid us in our extremity is hard indeed and disgraceful to humanity. The Singleion correspondent of the Ensign says that the hospital is nearly finished, and tho com mittee intend- to open it to the. public with, a grand, ball. The Flood Damages. — From enquiries made yesterday, in Morpctli, we learn that a great quantity of crop has been destroyed by the late fljod in that disti-ic ; but it would be impossible at present to, Fbtimate the q...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. ? ?— — ? t-.; To the Editor of the Newcastle Ciirwfct V sin— in your issue oi io-day, 1 see a lettersimji.lv ' Jnjtirtd Miner.' Poor man, it (the Btrike) huil^TL done him an injury, but I think it is only iq .2i*r ' injury, as he will not feel it until the nen ffiSlf * meeting, when his dividends, through miiimnS?! will not be so large. In one part of hit letter h72?t ' wish every miner to tell the truth,' and I si viJ wishes that he (the » Injured Miner') andhicaiSI would only do the same, and then we should«o«t3l-; never have another forced strike— because a forcrfSl' it is most assuredly— and why, simply becsn» .i5I v ' not tell the truth. Had they come out Tke.^i1' stated the real facts of the case, and hare let uikU what they meant, we should most probably not IIS the present strike, as we are compelled by llierularf ' association to do everything that is fair, ju»L uhJmSI *'* and I defy them (the matters) to say that we ui»t l ' otherwise at Wallsend. In anothe...

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SYDNEY. DISTURBANCE AT KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

SYDNEY. DISTURBANCE AT KIANDIU. A teleouam was received by v the government on Wednesday, from Mr. Sub-Commia«ioucr Cooper, at Kiandra, stating that u urn-urns disturbance had taken place there between tha European diggers and the Chinese. An uttack hud been made on the latter, and five of them severely handled, mid ihcir tents destroyed. 1 ho police checked tho disturbance, but could not wholly prevent it, and Mr. Cuopcr states that they arc nut uhle to identify the rioters. As Captain Mechosk, so well known for his explo ration in Victoria and Queensland, was crossing Wynyard-street, lie was knocked down by a cart, and horso proceeding nt a furious rate, and unfortunately received severe internal injuries, besides having two of his ribs broken. He was conveyed to the Sydney and Molbourno Hotel, where the medical attendunce he so greutly needed was promptly afforded. A man named Youl was killed by fulling over n cliff in Broughum-slrcct, whilst in a state of intoxlr cution. Th b do...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

To the Editor of the S'eifcqlllAhrcaUU, .' :' . Sir— In your report of G. Curless' speech attbt'nti meeting of the miners, on the 19th instant, you statt Ik 'the masters had been trying to buy the men orer,uico item of this petty scheme was to olfer a ?itmtionto i chairman of the union, with a view of buying hiiricru and so break the association.' I deny thit my offer t made to me with the intention of buying me over, to tm up the miners' association, as the services of no qm bui '' thus taken away could effect that purpose. Bat U8( P justice to the A.A. Company's manage^ the tcrmibnta W to inc were fair and just; although hkllUng, «»/I d^ ll| % office of chairman of the association, I couljl r|otiM tn » - way honourably to accept it, whilst the preicnt'criA t iiv impending. Another statement that I wi»h to romd, iWl one tuund in the report of what 1 am suppplsd tokii Hli said. 'They might recollect thfit the managers of imii k the companies were squatters.' What I aaid.was, thttibl...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

MULTUM IN PAUVO. During the last week, a considerable quantity of rain had inllen in the neighouthuod of Twofold Buy and Kinina. The stormy weather prevented steam communication with the latter port. Tug wool clip in the district of Wagga W.-iggn is expected to be heavy this season. Shearing is to commence on tbo 2nd ult'mo. A serious accident occurred at Illawarra a few days ago. Mr. 1). OrilHit waidriv ng n horse nnd cart along the Fairy Meadow roud, when the horse becuino unmanageable, nnd UDtet the cart upon Mr. Griffin's client. Bat for the. timely arrival of assiat unce, death would have ensued.- '? The Rev. G. H. Stnuloy, B.A., ia lecturing in Wollongong on 'Clmrlcs'pickens and his works.' Tti.EauAfiitc communication between Sydney nnd Wollongong lias been petitioned for by thu in habitants of tho latter locality. Pluuiia I'neumonia has made its appearance about fifty miles on this side of Albury. It was in traduced by a herd which arrived from Victoria, previous to the passi...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

' NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. August 22. — Urara, steamer, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. Atiguil 22. — Northern Light, schooner, Tobin, fur Mel. bourne, with 00 tons coal, and 600 bogs maize. August 21.— Susan, brig, Anderson, for Nelson, N.Z., with 280 tons coal, 12 chests tea, and 20 boxel soap. August 22.— Natal, barque, M'Alpin, for Geelong, with 290 tons coal, AugiiKt 22.— Prompt, schooner, Hiscox, for Melbourne, with 142 tons of small coal. August 22.— Sea Nymph, brig, Stephenton, for Mel Doume, wnri zoz ions coal. Augu«t22.— Urari, steamer, for Grafton, C.R. . ( COASTERS OUTWARDS. 1 V ; ; August 21,— Moselle, for Sydney. ! \ August 22.— Ranger, and Liberty, for Sydney. The Otaoo Gold Fields.— As will be seen by adver tisement, the brig Deva is announced for the conveyance of passengers to the New Zealand gold fields, should suffi cient inducement offer. The accounts received from these diggings have recently been very conflicting, although the latest advices to hand report favou...

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

.Tame1! F STEAM TO SYDNEY. jer p0. 1 1 j. The Australasian Steam NavU wiiliL HiL g8tion Company's Steamers will leave M iM^ Moiipeih- (calling at Neu-castCb-), c°vere|; p^ until further notice, as follows :— V'd: 'Jl [ -7/ at 8 o'clock a.m.v / cal aid' PAYS J *f //t . - J B ^'IgHESDAYS W7O, Captain MulhSl, ebe91«RSlTS J / ^8 o'clock a.m. T - ie popr'Tv 3EORGE R. DIBBS & CO., d Iibtj '{','?-??? Agents, Scott-street, died yfewtle, August .17, 1861. ? 1 lGM'^GOIJ) FIELDS, NEW ZEALAND.. '? WO U-. Should suflicient.iuclueemeiit offerj the Jfessis.1 I vKs, fine brig ' ft^yAJ* 330 tons -burthen, lijp hfjf ^, will be laid WWrATTAGO, with'iijjiner ,e .);', -WM£. diftte dispat/li. / O \ 0 '*'? f? Passengers anfl freight will bo taken at James nn RATE. Early application is necessary. Ap ondon, J|y to Captain T. BOYCE, Newcastle. ? stralian^Lsj. vessel FOR THE GOLD FIELDS, nme of ( ? NEW ZEALAND. Dander, i The Al clipper brig 'CLARENDON,' rsAl ;^V J- M. Doble, master. This vessel is V6 ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Htrald and Empire.1) . ?LAMBING FLAT. «\ ' G ' Monday, 6 a.m.— The escort leaves with 2134 ozs. II . Moore was committed on Saturday to take r\i* trial at ? Ooulburmfor being tmtffcated in the riot of the 14th July, Report say? that a spedkl commission will be appointed at Goulburu, on\ th| iritUMep'teinber, to try the prisoners committed from Lambiiil Flat. 11.45 a. in.— Tnrpy sur rendered to his hail tliisirrorniila;, charged with being im plicated in the riots of the SOth June. Inspector Sander son, on being sworn, stated that he had received information from some parties living near Torpy's house, at Tipperary Gully, that he (Torpy) took part in those proceedings on that day. A warrant was issued upon this intonation ; but on Tuesday night last, those persona^wbo had given this information had disappeared, taking-Bielr lent* with them, and that siftce that tune he had been-unable to trace their whereabouts ; and that now he had no evidence to .. bring...

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NAVIGATION OF THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

NAVIGATION OP THE HUNTER. (Continued from our kit.) I confidently anticipate that its effects on the inner part of the port, as well as on the entrance, will be most beneficial The manner in which I purpose to carry it out is as fol lows :— A wharf is now being constructed on the inner side of the sandy point, on. which, when completed, the stone ballast will be discharged. I may, perhaps, here explain that nearly all the vessels engaged' in the coal trade return toNewcastle in ballast, many hundreds of thousands of tons of which are there annually discharged. From this wharf a shortline of railway will be laid across the sand to the point from which the breakwater is intended to run out, j by means of which the ballast required for it will be con- j veyed to its destination and deposited along the site of the ! work. s In order that this breakwater may be brought up in uniform layers simultaneously throughout its entire length, it will be necessary to form a staging of timber with ...

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

i;*uw w*r , n,.^.. ^. ? ,_ , . . to'!! WOWAV's Ointment and Pii.r-s.-Pnlpitation. t'«H W.»ba Side ? Tho suflhrers at this season from elS/Sff.K *' ^'oochiti*, asthma, and disordered action of «wx2Jr»«-' earnestly recommended to rub Holloway's ;tm WWII over tho back and chest twico a day. Inva. Vi' «T«l»fldently rely upon the beneficial effects result, '?tot 55} 'his treatment, whfch involvoj . no dangor, and '^!u 22liMpenlol fortunately, neither OiDtiiientnorPills S^W^W' PtfwinJuHoui. 'Tliey soon relieve all urgent i»»iM)Ittf- 5Dd altiinatcly eradioate tha complaint, and etjrctj !| {^f.ft lU reourrsnee. 'In parly life, more )*# i '' ^»parture« from health, demand immediate raKctfl 'f»0',,r*tu'tlnS complications may be with difficulty £tyy HoUoway'i remetirn will cait outtlic feeds of

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

cij« \\i Honor, the Chief Commissioner, gave judgment in Jttili), jjj following applications for certificates : — Patrick I aia) Wihon, William 1\ Plant, Archibald Rogers, James i cljr. itfirt Rogers, Henry Smith, and Frederick Arthur ibejnil Mm. These cases, with some others, stood over from itjftl a 6th intUnt, in order that the Chief Commissioner 111 II Wt read the papers in each, and obtain from the official jUtt wpecithe reports mentioned on that day. Having done bio ill Honor saw no reason why a ccitilicate should not Huf iprated to each. There was no circumstances involved ta'iu; of them that require special observation— except W ilia the case of Messrs. Rogers the official assignee has jtarwftedin very high terms of their conduct in and conncc IVoi Kith- their insolvency, and has mentioned facts that tc^li fyiaitainhis favourable report. There are also letters etuawtrttit hands of the creditors which evince their great i rap widen co in the elder Mr. Rogers, 3Swt -? ' ? _.. ...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

5T INSOLVENT COURT. NEW IN3OI.VF.NT3. weVljfclugMt 20. — Thomas Scott Wilkinson, of Bathurst. Li toU«Jffili«s, £76 6s. 3d. Assets, value of personal property, tout &; Deficit, £68 (is. 3d. fatllbi iugust 20.— David Towill, of Castlercagh-strect, Syd , Hep 7, wheelwright. Liabilities, £52 Ms. Assets, value of aia,te wn»l property, £1 10s. Deficit, £48 4s. 1ER.I Mt»-t 21.— William Gibus, late of Stobkton, now of . , ?hcutle. Liabilities, £87 2s. 6(1. Assets, value of per - ' w property, £21 ; outstanding debts, £21 ICs. Total, . (S IG». Deficit, £44 6s. Cd. IjU io|uit22.— Henry Clegg, of AbercrombieIone.George (Jft tt, fishmonger. Liabilities, £43 16s. Assets, value of ^H,j t»n»l property, £1 10s. Deficit, £42 6b.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

if W FROM GRAFTON TO TENTERFinLD.— The p Hfly of road labour in the above districts in apparent 0 BJ.the fact, that in our auverticjng columns will be fnuud it {nnounccment offering employment to one hundred if /Md »lio»el men, for the construction of the road rc fy wto. Surely there can be no scarcity of employment (, tj umanaern uisincis aucr mis. 'WAllrBEiL'g Minstiiels.— We observe that this °'| wted' company will appear in their varied entertain. '!.*! taut the Princess theatre, this evening, assisted by the '.'fflqourolojr.dancor, Mr. Walter Cleveland, together with J'jJfttfc Smith and Irish. Krom what we have heard of ?jjj i company, our readers' may expect a good ovenings !Hg Wtjinment. M -ootino Matches.— Our m&rksmen have now snms ipl* Wment for occasionally testing the accuracy of their ih, Riince Mr. Taylor, of the Rifle Shooting Gallery, has UlV pted the stimulating method of offering prizes fur the :i|f wt scorer in a given number of shots. A very hand. -,* i r...

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EXPORT OF COAL. WEEK ENDING AUGUST 23, 1861.:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

f$ % EXPORT OE COAL. t Week f.ndino August 23, 1861 :— jlVoii and CorrER Company'.— Sydney, 872 tons; I, Ann, 53 tons. Total, 425 tons.

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle ChrtnkU. ..it Sir— Your correspondent 'injured miner,', in W«*jj day's issue, says that he has refrained from eattmu the dispute between the coal proprietors and the Owl nntil the strike actually took place. . .,,??£ But we are at a loss to see where be has enterMUB vot. for wo em- nnrceivc nnthinir in that riKtnsrollOlHV sense that he has wroto that can throw any liglitfni dispute, or.a single argument advanced that tepaktatra natc the strike. Now, supposing the iidditionaljBpwBw be.- granted, that could not in the alighlest dcgrW*M»H the coal proprietors assert to be the real cauie or ij»: pute, viz,, the dictation of the men. .';',_%'? In, reference to his remarks about the four.colliHl&WBj hanoVlyov£fclo inu miners' association, arid ''?. \fra ment ]bf|naungbf , \we would only say that, if tbo Mllunt were in^hC-hatidsYf 'the miners association, IhtXffli not be likely to select their managers either fromtlnTO1, nical despots at home or the m...

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