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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 EdUer oWho Newcastle Chrmicli, Sir— I fear I shall ioUobtairi the reward aaij (slur becn'oflercd for a man to mind 'his own business: tak the matter of tho price of coals, It effects one's pocketfai it is sometimes attended with some difficulty to replrcUti and, I hope, it will be pardonable, under such cisa] stances, if I should join in the hue and cry in condetwj the recent acts of capital against labour i» our coil w&, where so much evil will result from, tho collision cj]e lercsts. ii muse oe acxnowicngou mat mining www the one thing needful at Newcastle, and it will rule,bj|H adoption of the co-operative system, against Mpitu H may be considered a very great anomaly, and scirctlfhtl believed in old countries, that mining labour should, Ijio powerful as to dictate to capitalists its emplqymentJJgyi years ago, who would have believed there wets W-vlita« it would have staggered the belief of wiso men, itjdiWK (ore should not the capitalist believe that money in JW c...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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NEWCASTLE POLICE. THURSDAY. (Before H. Scott. Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 August 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. THURSDAY. ( Before H. Scott. Esq., P.M.) At 2 George Forster, farmer, was charged with stealing fruit, in & h property of John Poill, on the 7th instant. The de. «3K» »'»?-« tll£y wcte ne'Sl'bours, and were wont to go intft'tttMch other'* lands without let or hindrance on either linWii. H» worship could not see anything very serious in ileiScwe, and decided that a payment of Is. (or the fruit, »(Jr( e1« fine of 10s. for the so-called trespass, would meet the t inrfSfice of the case. ,..Hl.rj...j i.»ci-»ll--!i finok. nuhlican. was charced wit tnii taping pigs within ten yards of Watt-street, on the 17th iffltont. Mr. Cook sent in a plea of guilty, and was fined se iv&theiumof 5s. ; ... ii of Aj Sirah M'Cane, a married woman, wbb charged with ille ,.^?p, impounding an entire colt, at Ilexham. His worsl ip ill m feorannrmled the parlies to arrange the matter out of ? tart, which, we believe, was done. 'UV William Murphy, dealer, was charged with rape. ...

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

ORIGINAL POETRY. APOBPHODIA. I Ye Patriotic Henri who aspire, V To feel with heart! an A speak with tongues of fire; ft '? Who rise triumphant fromv your beggars' thrones, l - And vote your pioneers your countries drones. I ? The scum of life, the serpent of the soil, I Enibrined in wealth, wrung from the ions of toil: I '. Why beard we vampires on the fiery thrones E Ofuuutters' rights, and yeomens' sighs and groans. E' Ye Mobocrots surcharged with high disdain, I-; -Tii death or glory as you lose or gain j . ?'.. . To arms, andlay the tyrant low, ?'„ iii, glory— conquer two at every blow. ''' The Battle won— the polished armour tear . From every carrose and that armour wear ; And in the panoply of might, men, . Hunt the last.vampire from his secret den. ' Then purchase creek, spring, river, and lagoon, *? 'And let the squatter pioneer the moon ; .'? ? Then chase them to tfie moon and fight them there, t Ye conqueringheroes, for the Lion's share. r.' yi.ii 4Uct nrpnt RpJiemeti and ...

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. T. A., MINER. — While we are at all times extremely de- sirous of rendering our services on behalf of the min- ing population — more especially in matters connected with the present dispute — we would suggest as a surer means of giving publicity to the document sent, that   it should appear in our advertising columns. Thus the miners, the proprietors, as also the general public,   could not fail to become acquainted with it. The sanction of the proper authorities might be obtained by our correspondent. MARRIAGES. On the 19th instant, by the Rev. W. J. Dean, at his resi- dence, Blane-street, Newcastle, Mr. Albert William Hud- son, butcher, to Miss Margaret Mee, both of Hunter-street in this city. On the 21st instant, by the Rev. W. J. Dean, at the resi- dence of Mr. W. Skiltho, Beacon hill, Mr. John Oldfield, mariner, to Miss Annie Louisa Crawley, both of this city. The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1861.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. A Ranting Scotch Robber. — In 1700 wo have an account of tbe execution of one James Mao phorson for thieving and vagrancy. Ho was a wild fellow, who with bis companions spont whole nights in dancing and debauchery. Ho spont the last hours of bis lifo, says Mr. Clmni bers, 'in composing a tuno expressive of the reckless courage with which ho regarded his fato. He marched to tho place of bis execution play tbis air on his violin. Ho oven danced to it under tho fatal tree.' Burns has describod bis nn-l ««fitK rrHnaf. nmmahnn «_^m gull T» 4 Wll ui vuv UMiuiwvivu « ' Sao rantingly, sao wontonly, Sao dan ton ly gacd he, Ho pluy'd a spring, and danced it round Beneath the gallows troo.' If this ligbt-hcartodness is surprising in itself, equally so is the conduct of thoso wbo could permit such an exhibition. What was death to them ? we cannot help asking. Tho question is still moro strongly forced upon us whon we see bow tbo dead were lamonted, and bow funerals were conduoted...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

~'~~' ; 'ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Tko NcwtYork (Tribune ? publishes nn ex- 1 ?traordinary story, na coming front ft discrtcr from Chnrlertoo, to tbe effect that between; 300 nnd 100 men were killed at Fort Moul trioby the guns of Fort Suruter, nnd that thoy wero secretly buried nnd the mutter kept -|iri'cr.* :?:-?«-. Inquests in Noutii ~Noiithumueki.asi-. — CnusHKD to Death. — On Wednesday, Mr. Hardy held nn inquest at tho house of Mr. Macintosh, innkeeper, Holy Islnncl, on the body of Juriies Brighnm, uged 15 years, labourer. Deceased, on the Monday pre vious, was at work for Mr. Bell, farmer, en gaged rolling land. During tho morning, ho was seen sitting on the front part of tho rollor frame, driving the horse, aud about noon a person going past tho field saw the horse and roller standing still, and going up 'to it he found the deceased lying upon the ground, and tho roller, which weighed 0 cwt., .resting upon tho small back of the deceased, ?who was lying with his face on the ground, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

Wrecks oc - HuMAJilTy.f-WiiY Should '£ilric Sink.— Tho excitement of ' (he .chase,1;- him ?always1, teen, supposed to have a hcathfnl tcndoiicy ; but thei'o U a kind of chase which breaks- down tlie'cunstitutfoii, ddjilitales. the frame, and ahorttn's life. We menu the headlong, uniiu tcrmltttng hunt after' tho i^irighly dollnr;' 'whioh it.' the great business characterintic of the present day.., It begets, other evils (im'ncccc'ftiiury' to name) which precipitate tho fate of thousands... There is, however, a possibility *of' re. covcry from the proitration produced hytlicio causrf, long after their victim has ceanod to hope for it. If ws are rightly unformed, the most astonishing cures of what is. called general weakness and debility, which luvepverbwii, known in thin country, haro been ellcoted through th* agency of the Professor Ilolloway'a Pills. Wero skeletons of men, nut of whom the very principle of vitality srcuieit to have been drained, have been restored to health and! vig...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

To all who have at heart the prosperity and progress j)f the town of Newcastle, the conti nuance ofjthe present strike must be a source of the' deepest regret. ' No matter Svhether a person's opinions may incline to the. belief that tbe miners are entjrely in the right, and the masters equally in the wrong, or whether one's views may be of a directly opposite de scription, it is impossible to lose sight of the one fact that the injury done by the strike is already not only great, but that it increases every day, and the longer it continues, the more detrimental it will prove, and the more lasting in its enects. t ram a port, which but a short time back, was one of the most flour ishing in these colonies, Newcastle has become a scene of stagnation. Trade, instead of being brisk, is almost completely at a stand still, and nearly every branch of business is characterised by the extreme of dulness and inactivity. The harbour, as we observed in our last issue, is next to deserted, there ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

- A little none Bu«hbanoino— On tue day that the military and other forces left Yass for Lamb ing Flat, a man named. Groen was employed with % horse team to convey provisions and fprago for the supply of tho men and horsea on tlie road. Onreach ing Barber's Creek his dray unfortunately broke* down, and he was therefore unable to keep company with the forces, but he managed, to forward on w,hnfc was required to be used at Downing. After having procured another dray, he proceeded on bis journey to Burrangong, and there completed his engagement.. On his. road back to Yass, by the. way of' Colnbnslv he was stuck up by two men armed with carbines,, who, after demanding his money, searched his pock ets and took from him a few shillings— all the cask ho apparently had. The-robbers were about to take the leading horse out of the team, but after consult ing together, and alter looking at me oiacs-ot mo dray and finding no nnmo on it, they came to the conclusion that Green was only a hired se...

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MANUFACTURE OF GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

MANUFACTURE OF GLASS. In another column will bo found a com munication beWing tho 'signature of 'A Manufacturer,' and to whioh we will brief! y proeeed to draw attention. The subject is of sufficient importance to demand the notice of our ?omuy enterprising capitalists, and, al though it has hitherto remained unnoticed, no tithe should be lost in making some practical use of the suggestion. . Among the many advantages whieh abound in our neighbourhood, not the least is the existence of an abundant supply of the chief properties requisite in glass-manufacture, viz., sand and coal. These, it would seem, are extensively used in the manufacture of flint glass, and what is technically termed ' bright metal ware.'. The bottles commonly used by apothecaries and cordial manufac turers have heretofore been imported from England and other countries, the cost of freight, loss by ' breakage, &c, forming no inconsiderable item, in addition to the original cost. It1 has been shown by 'A M...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

MULTUM IN TAUVO. A secoxd nflwipaper has just been published at Grnfton, under the title of the Clarence and Rich mond Independent. A fearpuc murder has been committed at Bur ran gong. It appears that the wife' of a person residing in Bathurst had left her home with another man, aud had proceeded with him to Tipperary Gully. The husband was quickly on their track, and having found out their place of concealment, he went deliberately to the door of the tent, and fired his revolver at his wife, seriously w unding her ; he then turned the barrel towards himself, and fired, killing himself on the spot. The woman's life' is despaired of. - : Private letters from Kiandra, says the Wynyard Times,' are very encouraging in their tone ; some are' sanguine enough to predict that it will prove a second Bullarat. A disastrous fire occurred at Deniliquin, on the 9th instant, and by which, unfortunately, one life has been sacrificed. It appears that Taylor's Royal Hotel, a large building composed ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

IMPOUND1NGS. '.''., At Hexhdtn, oil the l^th day of August, from Woudberry ; damagc-a, Is. 6d. :— -One brown stumpy draught mare, small star, small trhite spot on chest, liko qJB conjoined near shoulder, little white on 'hind leot, switch tail, shod, about six yours old. If not released, will be sold on the loth September. 3s. At Clarence Town, on the 16th d»y of August, by Mr- S,.N. Dark ; dafntffe*. £5 i— One yellow cow, MC off rump; a brawn h«ifer calf by her side. If not reloased within twonty.four days from date of mblicatlop, will be said. Hi. ? - \

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

NEW ZEALAND. ' , K Bv the way of Melbourne wejhavc news fromOtago to the 10th instant. Wo extract the following from the Otago Witniu of that date : — ?? OUR; GOLD FIELDS. The latest news .from tlio diggings is still of a satis factory .character so far as the yield of gold is con aerhea, but the roads are in a very bad state, and it is with with difficulty that supplies can be carried up. Of course, there are instances in which the parties are making littlo or nothing, but as a wholo tho diggers arc said to be doing well. , Some of the more fortunato instances show. that the trold is abundant. but it is quite a lottery, for whilst in one claim the quantity obtained is great, in tho adjoining claim nothing is obtained. One party of ten persons ob tained 2C6 onnces in three weeks'-working. Another, of four person*, made in the same period £50 eaeh. One party of four averaged 25s, per man per diem for three weeks, whilst another of fivo obtained 66 ounceB each in the same period. But ...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting of the Newcastle municipal/ council was heM on Monday evening, his worship «tfie mayor in the chair. The councillors present were Messrs.' Kemp, Tigbe, Pratten, Fleminp, Bolton, and Corlette. ? The minutes of the last meeting was read and confirmed. VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. A letter was read from the secretary to the Volunteer Pire Brigade^ asking tbat^the brigade office might be exempted from the payment of city rates, on the ground that it was supported only by voluntary contribution. CouncillorConLBTTBobservedthatthey had previously proposed exemptions of a similar kind, and had brought it under the notice of the'Government, who had forwarded them the opinion of the'Attoruey.General, to thejeflect, that no one but his Excellency tbe Gorernor had power to raaice sucn exemption. ? ? After some further discussion on the subject, the town clerk; was directed to forward a copy of the Attorney. General's opinion, and inform . the writer of...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Imports.— The RegUter of the 17th instant gives an ab stract of the imports and exports of the colony for the quarter ended 30th June last. The total imports during that period amounted to £421,4430, but of these there were re-exported £38,421, thus leaving the value of the imports consumed in the colony £385,219. Tub Bukke Relief Pakty.— Mr. M'Kinlay and the remainder of his party took their 'departure from Adelaide by the 4.15 train to Kapuuda, on Friday afternoon, 17th instaut. The four cainels'were taken to the station at half past 11 o'clock in the morning, and put into two trucks which had been prepared for their reception, and placed in tho goods shed. A large number of persons were present as spectators. On the previous day his Excellency tho Oo inspected the camels, at the Mounted Police Barracks. They were harnessed in their presence, and loaded and paraded through the yard in full marching order. Ills Excellency afterwards mounted one of them, and was car...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING- - ARRIVAI.3.- ' 'A .* ? August 20,— Monarch, barque, 2in, Jamison, pom Mel* .'. bourne,- ? ? '' ' 'August 2G,— Deva, brig, 244, O'Hagan, from Geelong, ? ' ' ' with 1030 bags flour, .. ' . , ' DEPARTDffES, August 2u-. — Victoria, steamer, for the Manning River. ?-— Augott 25,— Atrerida, barque, Bissett, for Melbourne, with 650 tons coal. August 27.— Wijlitrn Hill, ? brig, Gregory, for Geelong, . .. . , with batons coal. August 27.— Mnrtha, schooner, Cordy, forGcelong, with ? 00 tons poa), and 480 bags maize. ' : ,Augp.st 27.— £l(en Simpson, barque, Pool, for Mel. ?? . ' pourne, with 302 torn small coal. ? - ' August 27.— Lallali Rookb, brig, Greig, (or Melbourne, \- i with 220 ton* coal ? . '**, ,., '\ . ? COASTERS INWARDS. '.' ;— 'August 2*.— Notion, Nancy, Kate Kearney, Catherine I - Agnes, Elfin, kydia, Bard's Legacy, Express, and Little i Pet, from Sydney, August 25 ^~ Victoria (steamer), Alexander and? ohn, H, '? M.Warfitld, and Australia, from Sydney. August...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

hi yf LONDON' AGENCY. »? kBSSR?- ALEXANDER ANDREWS & CO. ? ™f drertising Agents, 5, Grocers' Hall Court ®r f,' London, have, been appointed Genera Mfe Hhc Newcastle Chronicle. The Chronicle rnittiiUi it ihe office of Messrs. Andrews & Co, !ge (Manrenieace of advertisers and others. m'af/fl? M'DICKEN & BAKER, \ , t,Hy. ^ Proprietors. .?me Office. 2-t'h August, 18fil. 'SKfelOND TEBRAOE AGENCY. til till.- DOOHERTV', Storekceper,|Raymond Ter j,1,tl''-/jice, 'has been appointed General Agent for ? 'fmtcastlc Chronicle from this date. ]:!' M'DICKEN & BAKER, Proprietors. Tife/cfc Office, 24th August, 1861. nil-jjii ? : ? : ? : ? : ? : ? ~- p«!i WSST MAITLAND AGENCY. ;,t;?)gSCRIBERS to the Newcastle 'Chronicle, iioa (!) resident at East and West IVfaitland, are pi ijctfdlly ' informed, that Mr. It. B t, a i r, Sta V xM is appointed agent for the same. Mr. B. '?,'^&6m the l»t April, ISG1, serve the paper to : fflteri and receive the names of new ones, ...

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NEWCASLTE POLICE. MONDAY. THERE was no business on the sheet to-day. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

?:.? , ? ljji}wcXsTXi|P. police, T ,'. ' '? ^'-TSondav.. :'..:. ;TMR»p.w«* rtfTjuiiness qn tbe sheet lo.day, :i '?? , - ? ? TUEaUAY.- ' ' t3ru»«;c)|)-):ss, oVc,-r-James, Shaw, a navvy, was fined ?-TA». for being drunk In Jlunter-atrtet^.- Joseph Welsh, * fW*l Hourke, also a navvy, and John Thomas, teaman, :';W«e,eaph fined 10s. for being drnnk and disorderly in ' Hunter.slrtet, on the previous day. ... ?' ??iN^ioENT LAHquAOE. — Aiummon* for using indecent Isnjuage, that had been tak«n out by Charts Lano, dU. ?? trief constable at ijexhnw, against Patrick Le&ebao, Vft»fttfr»wMwj*4wfloi ? . ? ??--??.--?.!

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. DENLIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

TET/KflRAPHIC NEWS. ????''??? DENIUQVIN. Thursday, 12 a.m.— Three bushrangers on the Upper ' Billybong stuck up Mr. Brennan and his household on Monday ; ? man named Laurie, a carrier, who was in the ' house at the time, resisted, and he was shot dead. The Wagga Wagga and Dei)ili-min police are after the rrjur 4er»nwW.,^^.28- - - ~ - Tb»rsday^— Wo understand that colonel Kempt will re. . turn almost immediately with tho troops from Burrangong, .' and that captain M'Lerie has received order* to start di xectly with his party of mounted police for Sydney,— HH Jug.Vt, 10 a. m.— The inspootorTgepcral of police, cap, Jain M'terje; polonel Kempt, and the adjutant or the 12th regiment, leave to-day forSydney, The universal satisfac tion in which they have discharged their various duties; the ' gentlemanly yef at the same timo firmness of their proceed. ' ing«, the kindness expressed, tlje information and advico they have at all times been so ready to accord to onp and all. deserve the than...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

VICTORIA. The new'Victorinh'Parliament will meet for the despatch of business on the 30th instant. It is not; we are informed, the intention 'of Ministers to ask for any further adjournment, as has been rumoured, .but, on the contrary, tb^ey will at once proceed with , the business of the country as expeditiously as pos sible. The disturbances on the railway works at Wood end and Kyneton still continue, although during the last two days no such gross ontrages have been com mitted as we have formerly had to renort. On Mon day lost, however, a body of police was patrolling, the line between Kyneton and Woodend protecting the men working for the Government and also a few who were employed by one of the sub-contractors, Mr. Randall. Whilst thus employed information was received by Captain's tandish to the effect that the ' turn outs' from Knyeton and Woodend were coming down the line in a body, and shortly after a mob numbering some two hundred men, put in an appearance. A meeting was t...

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