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

SYDNEY. A special meeting of the committee appointed a' week or two back, in connection with the anti Chinese movement, was held on. Thursday evening,, at the Golden Gate Hotel, Brickfield Hill. The business transacted was only of a. formal nature, . having reference more especially to the proceedings of the late deputation to the Governor, and the steps . to be taken in regard to, future meetings, which it is proposed to hold in the various suburbs in order that public- opinion may be elicted on. the question. From the observations, of various persons, there appeared to be a strong feeling that his Excllency had not exhibited a due appreciation of thn magnitude and imnnrtanM nf fnn euKia/*f Cnv- fda ncAnnH an tlnmmit of which immediate legislation is deemed to be im peratively ncc.essat-y. - After arranging some finan cial and. otlur business in connection with the move ment, the meeting separated. Aueetino of- the inhabitants of Ashfield, to the number of about 200) was held on Th...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

INSOLVENT OOUET. MEW INSOtVBKTS. ' 'Aurmt 21.— Richard Heniy Jones, of Braidwood, de. saSS, by his executors, Richard Gregso*, of Braidwood, 'Km iadJotm P«ltner Quelch, of iiraidwood, storekeeper. KXoitie», LS76 Ss. Id. -Assets, value of penon»l pro. 'tcrtv 'L9tt It8d.; outstanding debti, LW *s.8d.; total, U&&L U. Deficit, .L23S Me. Vi. Aogiut 2S.— ThoniM Sullivan, of Palmer-street, Sydney t&si Liabilities, L15 6s. 7i. Assets, value of personal nnnerty, L7 IOj.^ ootstandiBg debt*, Li 10*. i total, L12. Dt£rit:MSfis.7d. lUgucl 53.— Patrick Lardner, of Btnt-street, Sydney, elmcmasaa. Liabilities, Wfi 9a. 9d. Assets, value of per ' Snil property, L4 lOt. Deficit, L20 19s. 9/1. , . August 23.— fame* Hamilton Campbell, of Market. jtrcct, Sydney, baker. Liabilities, L219. 9s. Cd. Asset*, nlr.B of personal property, L2S ; outstanding debts, L6fl. It M.; toUl, L9i 5s. 2d. Deficit, L12C 4s. id. AugMttt. — William Henry Johnston, of Araluen, golih lainer. Liabilities, ...

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

'? ? Mh.'GowpBh'aKealth Baj botin:Dmolj4b^eWJ his trip, to Victorro, notwith»tiwding^n- WiC« odmohed M'hw 'ropld jdurniy'^ fita.v»J9 « quirii 6ver roads whioh hojaffliin. to/be qal»«|^ a any of the main roads in this oolt-njr« ' ' ' ?:

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

... Wlwfiy MUBEURUNDI. S* |S«|e*'r--Qn Thursday last Mrs; Small, residing up Vf ?'{fiftll down and broke the'humorus or under arm :vi Wwtotbe ball aud socket joint. Dr. Gordon was 53 S.* *'*'ii tho suQeror, who is likely to do well. JM HW»4JiLB anb Fatal 'Accident.— Yesterday W*w11la **°rdcri of tho bed ttoira mill* went into tho 'jfft IWlth two men to cct a'losd of wood. Upon their -j» n)oa» of tho horses jibbed, and then started off with 7Q W»»ad jammed poor Mr. Horder agaimt a trooj tho m\ gW time released him from his fearful position. M f?»««nnywl home, and Dr. Goldon was quickly in nil rec*.ttP--fai him. ? : He susvivod only an hour and a TO 1lI*tr'1*' U(t'» wife and four small children to dcploro Bj S,' Wjiut M*«n years pa»t- this1 ra6htri lhat Mr; ?rj *nB»tlwwa».WUtdntlth8;Pas« by being thrown against a tree by «n unmanageable horse. An inquest was this day held upon die body, and a rerdict of accidental death retained. Cattle Stbalino Aoaih.— To-day, Mr. Chief Con stable Th...

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

' MAITLAND. ;| The Proposed. Breakwater. — A correspondent t from Kinross, writing to the Maitland Mercury, says : ? 'I was about to address the harbour engineer when '' your leader in yesterday's issue on the subject of ft : proposed breakwater at| Stockton came under my ?' notice. I therefore judge it best to address the pub ? lie on a subject that cannot but interest all the inhabi ;! tents of the' district — in fact, the whoLe colony. Whether my viqw of it be right pr Wong, let them judge, and if my objections be valid, the sooner action. ' !? ,.fP»*aA i\\& VipHpr. ftml before nnv exneiiKR ho in. ?eurred. Nor is it to be viewed in any narrow or 'illiberal construction in setting the river antagonistic : ta the harbour : both interests are bound up in one. ? But to the subject- If it is intended that, in the pro . cosed structure ' parallel to that of NobbvB,' there is 'one atom of contraction of the space at the mouth of tbo harbour, that contraction will lessen the free...

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

Hollow \v'a ,Pu.i,g and Ointment.— Hopo for invalidl'.-vlu al|Vascs'of ill-health these, well-k'nown and highly prized' rcrncdles should be tried.. Uollowav's PHJs and Ointment will-bo found both safe, nnd efficient cura. ?tivesin all diseases affecting the throat, chest, liver, stomach bowels and kidneys, For tho cure of gont, rheumatism, and dropsy, they have jJbUined a. fame unequalled in the history of medicine.,. The J?illsi strengthen tho syitem by thoroughly purifying the blood. The Ointment extin guishes inflammatioifjind always p*ain. 'I'lio vlrtuosof these noble restoratives are strikingly excmpllfipd in disorder*, of the brain and norvotis system, sueb ao ipoplcx y, palsy, renion, and all kinds of forcrj, fit*, and epilepsy. ?

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

\ CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. S t n— On reading over in your oxcelleut Journal a descrip tion of the enterprise of someof ybur leading firms, I was for. cibly struck by the absence«ftn«ther manufacture of equal importance to any yet established m tliia cbuatry, and it is, of all others, peculiarly adapted tofjdroartli, as coals and sand are extensively used in its manufacture — I mean the flint- glass trade, together with what is called bright metal ware,' such as soda water and apothecaries' green bottles. There are an enormous quantity of these used in the Aus tralian colonies, and tbe manufacture is so inexpensive and profitable that it should bean inducement to any small capi laiiBi w eiDDurK in u. i give mu cumpuiiem puns uesi auuuu to this country — 3*3 lbs. of sand, about 6 bushels of lime, and about 1 of kelp : this will produce about J gross of soda 'bottles, which sell at 30 s. per gross ; the ref idoeof the above raw material is melted up aga...

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

Vot'VNtEEii Rifles. — A meeting of ihe.ftWij the' Volunteer Riile Company was called for Morfijjfji ing, at tho Barracks; for the 'purpose ofcjiniJiM-g propriety of taking:stcps to see if theNe'wSii^iW?1 Rifle Association matches could not ta^ttoaitfM1' latt!r period tlian the. end of September, «s to mite^i the country-corps have not yet had the opportupitf gf Sb through a course of musketry instruction. In contjjsi.; of the paucity of -the attendance,' however, (uiCMif. notice that had been given of the meeting, it wuddi, advisable to adjourn'U until Monday n«t, tt iMl* o'clock p.m., when other businesswill ilso.bernwl,a i Newcastle Volunti&ii. ffnTiLisavV-Abwl! ?\)f .the committee of the above Qorps took plane oalfeife th# aeth^nstant. Captain M'JPterson presided.. «ffi V. Ash was elected treasurer,' aud corporal T.'Vt.lK; secretary. Some .other liuaincBi was'' trsrtuoicd, tth? committee adjourned sine die. ? ? ! :-.,-rji(|« Fjicii v. tue Vict«ria Fihe ANDjMamiuheW ance C...

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LAW. SUPREME COURT.—SYDNEY. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Wise, and [?] jury of twelve.) FITCH V. THE VICTORIA AND MARINE [?] COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 August 1861

? i.-' C:' LAW. I ? 6UPKEME CODRT.rr-SYp^l (BefeWhitHonorllr. JutuWwtstii J ' , ? Jury of twdve.)^*y i;' Fitch v. the Victoria ANDM*mirrti Comfant. 'r ? .'- Sir W. Manning, Q. C^ »nd Mrkt-i- f plaintiffi and Mr. James M.'n, ac 3fe for the defendants. The object of theict'S i- he] sura assured on a policy.of iosuranMSS? P in.trade of the pla ntift in a general «£» | which he had carried on business on hit ot, . 15 months, and which was destroyed b, g « * January last The substaqco of tho dcf/jM,?. ' * the plaintiff had not complied with tK r' ' policy, which required that the insured Xffifc . »= after the fire, transmit to the office as foil ffih , of the loss, and such vouchers u the flinSr** t quire ;-id, chiefly (2), ibu there hadfef ? misrepresentation ot the amount of goods {JS I ongin of the^re was unknown. It had ; Sffil i ? tending thertvigr in Sydney, oatl,eoSff- ' partureof Sir \V. Denison. The plaiSSfi'1 ' foss at about £2,750. He had bees iWrrfS ?' Company for £750, and i...

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

MARRIAGE.       August 24th, at Newcastle, by license, by the Rev. W.   Hill, at the residence of the bride's mother, Wolfe-street, Ellis Edward Septimus, second son of the late Mr. Ed- ward Priest of Newcastle, to Lydia Parker, only daughter of Mr. James Smithers, contractor, of West Maitland, de- ceased, The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1861.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Popular Delusions' and Follies. — Mr. Jumas Hurt, M.L.A., gave a luo'turo on the nbovo interesting subject, on Monday even ing, buforo the St. Benedict's Catholic 'Young Men's Society, Sydnoy : — Mr. Hart, after luino prefatory remirks, referred to the abcrrutioii of the human mind, an exemplified by great popular delusions in various ages of the world. There wa9 ihcomtiniii, appertaining to super natural events ; deinonolutun, appertaining to aor eery ; nnd demonomanin, arising from the fenr of communication with evil spirits ; lycnnthropy, syn cophy, and other forms of mental delusion were next mentioned Aftur which the lecturer npiike of ilie practice of mngic, ns followed in tho liitst. It wns pretended t- bo a peculiar nnd inborn gift of tho lituuiin soul. The theorieH built upon thin doctrine lind led to the wilde.it error*. Snporifio dr'igs were the agents used by the professors of thin bliiek .art. Twenty thousand priesti, noblemen, and gentle-, women, mif...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

QUEENSLAND. Tub white population of Queensland amounts to about 30,000. The Legislative Assembly consists of twenty-six members, and the Legisla tive Council of fifteen. Tho total number of electors is 4790. The auraber of blacks in tho colony is variou'ily estimated at from l0;000 to 15,000. The annual value of rateable property within tho boundary of tlie Brisbane munici pality is estimate! ut 447,251 ; and that of the Ipswich municipality is valued at £'25,000. Bo »idcs Brisbane and Ipswich, other four towns are incorporated, namely — .Ttiow.oom.ba, Itockhamp ton, Maryborough, and Warwick. The whole of tho territory included in the colony of Queens land amounts to an area of 550,000 squaro mile?, or ab'iut three times the size of Spain, while the country already occupied has au area equal to that of the United Kingdom, that is nearly 120,000 squaro miles. There are no 'hot winds' in Queensland as there are in the othor colonies of Australia, and the annual avernge rainfall is 51 ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. i-AMBINO FLAT. Sunday, via Yasn.— A public meeting was held here yesterday ; fifteen hundred persons were present,' when Messrs. Torpy and Baker entered into full statements of the result* of their mission to Sydney. A fuml is being raised for defraying the expense of defending the persons lately committed fur trial, and great enthusiasm prevails in the cause. Mr. Martin is to be retained as counsel lor the prisoners.—/;.. Aug. 27. Monday, 8 a. in.— The escort has left with 4193. ozs. of gold and six hundred pounds. A meeting was tield on Saturday to receive Messrs. Torpy and llakcr, and to raise a fund for the defence of the men committed In Gouiburn { gaol, with respect tn the Lite riots. About 1000 were as. I ecmblcd. A letter from Spicer was read to the meeting, dated Uurrangong. 23rd August. Mr. Commissioner Grif fin leaves co-duy for Draidwoud. The news from NewZea. t hud is causing some excitement here ; many have already left. We have hnd a great deal of ra...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

MULTDM IN PAUVO. |fcb»» been given, that it is intended to npply rHie ensuing session of parliament, for leave »in a bill tii incorporate a company estab it' YVollongmig, under the name of (he nJPalUend Coal Company, i Braidaood Dispatch says, Mint Mr. BInck lidwood on Thursday for Narrign, with a view ??- tctin^the'fa teon tlie Shualhuvcn river below i ice, inorSer that he may lie in a position to t u/ to whether that river is fitted for salmon * third annual meeting of the Sydney Home j Dispensary, was held ouJVednesday. |! brenentation of colours to the Windsor i, ers has been postponed. It had been origi 3- rid for this day, which would have interfered - Setaiaar now bciii-j held there, and there f. lire bean the additional drawback that nei \ iliiccelleiioy nor the Sydney volunteers could J m able to 'attend. Arrangements will now »' 8,10 that the Windsor rifles may be honoured *: r the presence of the Goveriior, and their 'j (oljtan comrades, when tho colours are pre i lathem....

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ILLAAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

ILIAWAttRA. Bellambi Harbour. — Au advertisement in to-day's issue anuouuocs that a public meeting will bo held on Saturday next, at Bullambi, for tho purpoio of memorialising tho Executivo to plaoo a sum of momey on tho estimates fur tho purpose of erecting a Breakwater at that har bour ; and, when it \s remembered that a largo and daily tncronsir.g quantity of coal is now being .shipped from that port, that it is not im probable that before long several new mines will b'j oponor], tlicro can ba but little doubt that tho application, which is on tho point of bring made, will bd successful.— JUawarm Jhercury, August 27. iLLAWAuaA Coal.— It has boon said that ' it is an ill wind that blows nobody good,' and it would appear that tho adago . holds good in re forunco to tho striko amongst the miners at Newcastle, for it has givon an unusual impetus to our ooal export. During the lust weok up wards of 1001) tons have been shipped from liellambi, and six vessels, exclusive of tho Vic tori...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

MA1TLAND. The Maitland and Morpetii Railway. — The working survey of this line has progressed us rapidly as the state of the weather w mid permit, and the preparations will be in such a state of forward lies* as to allow of the commuiu'emeiit of the work im mediately on the passing of the Act. The employ ment thus given will be n most acceptable boon to the labouring class in this neighbourhood jiut now ; nnd if there were no other motive to render an e(irly beginning of the undertaking desirable, this would be a sufficient one, while it would be a inorejudiciotu mode of immediately assisting the wants of the poorer inhabitants than liny gratuitous relief would bu. It is to bo hoped, therorore, that the Company may be crnbled to commence tho construction of the line at an early pcrioJ. There is, in fact, in the rich mi neral deposits of this district nlmo-t unlimited em ployment for labour, us well as scope for the extern sion of our exports ; nnd the steam and cannul coals of the U...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

Parliament is to meet for dispatch of busi ness on Tuesday ncxL» Nearly, four months have elapsed since theJHst session, was brought summarily to a close, ancjr^t can*scarcely be said that during the interval, apy thing' has . occurred to lead us to imagine that the en Buing session will be marked by greater results than the past one. When Parliament met after the lust general election, it seemed pretty evident ;tbat the Cdwper Ministry had it all their own way. They had appealed to the country on one 'great question, and the country had triumphantly awarded them a verdict, by returning' nearly every man who was an advo cate for free selection, and by ostentatiously rejecting its opponents, however qualified the latter might be, from their previous farcer, nbilitiesj ,and experience to take part in legislating for the country, and however un qualified, either from their ignorance and in capacity, wei'(L*the former for pursuing the same task. But, notwithstanding this seem ing succes...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chroxlcli. ; Sm— As a miner to the Coal and Copper Compintt. some years past, I have looked over all the eoroZnC which has appeared m the press' on our prenetit ttrike^A some care and attention, and 1 can learn from th, »ff caste Chromclc and \ Ensign, that they are both able S wiIIihk to take up facia and treat them on their wrib but when I come to 'Lectle Storekeeper' and th. «l jured Miner,' and the benighted leaders of the \,/Z Jirraia, wnicli are at least seventy years over dittTJ ' quite worthy of the dark and clouded corners from whe^ & they come, I can. with all my fetlnw.miner., putSv k one side as unworthy of further notice. But, Mr EdS. i when I take up the weekly Empire uf the 23rd AuS paper that lua been got up seemingly to mislead, Lu, of leading us, he working classes, to maintain ourrithS f ' I am surprised, for, sir, he says he does not undenting kl jli«putes. i his seems passing strange to me, when heS- f° belo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

/ ^-V'TIHBER YARD. 7#/WTlO15 OF REMOVAL. v tJI J. SHAW begs to inform the inhabitant!1 of Jfj o Newcastle nud tho public generally, that ho has removed to hit) more coaun .idious premise!!, corner of Darb.y nnd Bluno streets, nearly opposite the A. A. Coinpunv's ollloc, whore ho hopes, by attention and moderate charges, to merit a continu mice of tbo pntronago so liberally bestowed on him since hid conunoncrmeni in business. F.J.S. would beg also to stale that he is now prepared to execute orders to nny amount, and ut tho lowest possible pneos, with a liberal discount to wholesalo pin chasers. N. B.. — Colonial and American furniture, iilwavs on hand, ohenp. NEWCASTLE MEDIOALfim I Hunter-street, NaccaUle, opposite tkt. fid } npiIE -undersigned beg respectfully toUl ?*? iriends nnd the public, thattlier tup supply those persons who may. favonrS ' their support, with tlio- FINEST Dftlim - CHEMICALS procurable in tW fiS together with an extensive ass6rtmenM»i MEDICINES, PERFUMERY,- SFO...

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THE COAL MINERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 31 August 1861

THE qbAL MINERS' STRIKE. We regret to be compelled to state that, although an at tempt has been made to put an end tu the present crisis, and to bring about a reconciliation between the miners and the employers, it has proved unsuccessful. It appears that on Tuesday last, a gentleman long resident in the city, of considerable influence among the miners, and who takes n warm interest in their welfare, had an interview with Mr. Arthur Hodgson, the Superintendent of the A. A. Com pany, and it was agreed between them that the miners should appoint delegates to confer with the coal proprietors, and that Mr. Hodgson shotjld proceed to Sydney for the purpose of making arrangcnienis for some of'the directors of the coal companies to come down to Newcastle and meet the delegates of the miners, Mr Hodgson, in pursuance nf this understanding, went to Sydney, and delegates were ap. pointed by the miners nn Monday. On Tuesday, the gentleman we have already alluded to, wrote to Mr. IloJg. son, in...

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