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FRIDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 February 1861

FRIDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) William Chapman, shoemaker, was charged wjth being drunk in Darby-street, on the 3 1st Jaunary, but this charge and another for assaulting his wife on the same day, was not heard.— Thomas Newbon, farrier, was fined 20s, or 48 hours in the tills, for being drunk on the market wharf, on tbe 1st instant. The case of Mary Ann Farrell, a roamed woman, charged with assaulting Isabella M'Carter, was again post poned for the third time in consequence of the want of a second magistrate. Edward Lascelles Cooke, publican, was summoned for using indeceut language within hearing of a person then passing in Scott-strect, on the 30th ultimo, and was fined 8s, or 24 hours in the cells. ? General Klapka has addressed a letter to the Prase, in which he protests against the favourable views taken by M. Szemere of the recent concessions of Aus'ria to Hungary. ' How can that be a Sove reign diet,' says General Klapka, 'which has not the right to discuss or. vite tuxes; w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 February 1861

GEORGE TULLY AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, COAL, SHIP, AND COM MISSION AGENTS, TULLY'S BONDED STORE AND AUCTION MART, NEWCASTLE. C\ EOItGE TULLY and CO, beg to an vX nounce to their friends and the public that they carry on business in the above line ; and, from their well-known connection arid experience in the trade, trust they will be able to do ample justice to any business committed to their care. They will receive Maize, Wool, and all other kinds of Produce into their spacious iitore, on the Wharf, close to the Railway SBtiwiyGnil capable of contain ing upwaids of 2000 ton o^ gog£«fand if consigned for positjtc sale bvflpctttn,ywill make liberal nd vanee^ffl* store fcnt rfee iop^bne month. They wiljjats^Nieive, forworn, ami-make advances on all goods consigned to tpeir friends in Sydney, Mel bourne, Adelaide, N$w Zealand, and Tasmania, and arc prepared to ship coal at the lowest rates and with the utmost despatch. ;? Shipping suppliod with bonded goods at lowest rates. Newcastle, 22nd...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 February 1861

BIRTH.       On the 25th January, at her residence, Hawthorne, near Melbourne, the wife of Francis Bell, Esq., C.E., of a daughter.            

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

To the Voters of the City Ward. /~*i ENTLEMEN — In coming before you again to VJC offer myself as a candidate for. the office of alderman for this ward, I beg to put forth the follow in? statement for your consideration. '*~ I am led to believe that my principle fault wosr voting with alderman Corlette to have a deduction made from the city assessment of twenty per cent,, instead of five per cent as proposed by alderman Bolton. I think this is pretty clearly pro^d by the-^ ? fact, that at the late nomination of uldenfflen for the ensuing year, alderniai^bltoji poM dre^ Balance of municipal rates, due/j^W^C^i. Ifanclaud, that / morning, for the sole fujjposCet RriiigVi^fliat gentle- I man forward to opposeine. / I beg to assure you that I am not in the field for « / the purpose of opposing Mr. Rnnclaud, but having 'f uKvu prcviuusiy uuiniuuieu, i leei n my uuiy 10 go to the poll in order to afford you an opportunity of marking your sense of this underhand proceeding, by returning me ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

Hollowav's Ointmrvt and Pills.— 'orofula, Gh.ndtilnr Swellings, So;o Throats.— I ho first two avo generally constitutional ailments, tho lm-t rcsu'ts from accidental onuars j both, fortunntoly, yield with equal facility to tho purifying principle contninod in Ho'loway's medicaments, Tho first action of this iidmirablo Ointmont Jj upon lho nbsorbants nnd glunds, both of which aro cleansed, soothed, and rogulated by its corrective powor. It only requiroa to be well rubbed into tho parts affected three times a day, after duo fomentation with moderately warm wator. After tho friction, fl nnol should bo passed round tho disordered parts to sccuro tho open pores against aold or sudden vicissitudos of tiinp.iruturo. In scrofula and planlular dioouBos, Hollowny's Pills bhuuld be taken whilst iioing lho Ointmont. i

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Newcastle Police. MONDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M., Mr. Hannell, J.P., and Mr. Seaver, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

tlciDatotlc police. MONDAY. (Before Jfr. Scott, P.M.. Mr. Ilannell, J.P., and 'Mr! Searcr, J.P.) 1 liomas Murray, seaman, was sent to the cells for 48 hours for being absent from his vessel, the Frowning Beautv, without leave, on the 2nd instant.— The same, for violentfy resisting the police when arresting him, one month in Mait land gaol. John Jenkins, seaman on board the Golden Eagle, was brought up, under warrant, for wilful disobcdience'of lawful commands, on the 2nd instant, and was sent to Maitland gaol for 4' weeks, to hard labour. William Sampson, a young Bedouin, was fined '10s., or in default 11 days in Maitland gaol, for using indecent language in Watt-street, on the 2nd instant. He was sent to prison. James Gee, labourer, for being drunk ind disorderly in Hunter-street, on tho 3rd instant, was fined 40s., or 48 hours in the cells — John M'Loon, for being drunk and disorderly in Bolton.strcet, on the 3rd instant, and being an old of fender, was sent to Maitiand gaol for t...

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before His Honor, Judge Owen.) PERRY v. THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT: I'lllHAY, FUHIIUAUY 1. (Ccforu Jiia Honor, Jutlgo Owen.) PERRY v. THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. An action to recover the sum of ,£200 against the muni ciiml council, for work and labour over and above that for which plaintiff had originally contracted. Messrs. Kllis and Chambers for plaintiff; Messrs. Wyldo and Brown conducted the defence. Tho case occupied the attention of the unurt for some hours, and when it i« stated that, within tbe above period, some twenty witnesses wore examined nnd cross-examined, it will, wo think, be readily acknow ledged, that nothing moro than a brief and synoptical view of the caso can be expected at our hands. The counsel on both sides exerted their customary ability on behalf of tlieii; several clients, ami, sooth to say, tho evidence was, upou tho whole, of so conflicting a character as to afford them every opportunity for display. For tho plaintiff it was shown — both by his own cridenco nnd that of others— that a large amount of...

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Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 8, 1961:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

Qcruort af Cunt WEEK ENIMNci FrimiUAnv 8. lHfil ?— A. A. Company. — Sydney, 320 tons { Molbourno, HOH tons j foreign ports, 10W tons ; steamers, 81 tons. Total,. 2001 tons. ? ' C. and C. Company.— Sydney, 81(J tons j Gccloiig' 1G6 tons'; Adelaide, 87 tons ; steamers, 'Ml tons. Total) litfO tons.

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. Manslaughter.— Edward Hill, master of the schooner Martha Ellen, and Alexander Home, mate of the same, were indicted for killing nnd slaying Louisa Adams on the 8th January liut. The circuin sUnces uttending this cos* are so well known, and of such recent occurrence that we do not feel it neces saiy to do more than record theresult, with some of I MR /InQnCirjilnna mtiinK .nnA.. «. ™ J *1. _. !...! ? *_ il ? -..— vHwt iiiuuiia milieu CDbiiusu llic JUUtiO till HIB lime as ttnding to show the importance nnd expe diencey of keeping a better ' look out ' on board vessels in port when of necessity thq risk of imperil ing l.fe abounds to such an extent as to lender it not only desirable but imperative. It will be in remem brance that, while the Martha-Ellen was on her way from Sydney to Newcastle, that she run down a boat in Sydney harbour which contained five persons, three of whom were drowned. This boat had been place j in the fairway of ihe vessel, and ...

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TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. On Tuesday evening, the usual weekly meeting of tho Alliance, was held at the oddfellows' hall, when a moderate attendance was present. Alderman Turton having been moved to the chair, lnude a few remarks on the prospects and character of the soci-. cty, and congratulated tho body on tho progress it was making, and the utility it promised when thoroughly organised. Its influence, he continued, was 'not to be estimated by [the mere numbers of thoso who attended its weekly meetings,, nor by the members who had actually signed its ploge. It had a silent but snre influence, extending beyond the pale of the society/and its precepts, as well as the example of its members, had produced benefi cial results in many a household, which had not as yet avowed or adopted the total abstinence principle. Much of this success might be attributed to the breadth of its platform, whicb could be occupied by men of all creeds and colour. That while it sought to secure lecturers who di...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. LORD BROUGHAM ON THE ADVANTAGES OF A SECOND CHAMBER AND THE HOUSE OF LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. LORD BROUGHAM 01$ THE ADVAN TAGES OF A. SECOND CHAMBER AND THE HOUSE OF LORDS. . At the banquet at St. George's Hall, Liverpool on Thursday night-, iu honoJF of William Brown Esq., the donor of the magnificent library and mu seum, Mr. T. Bizley, M.P., proposed the totst of ' Tl e House of Lords,' coupled with the name of Lord Brougham. .. Lord Biiouoiiam, in reply, said: I bive in the first place to thank you very sincerely and very heartily for tho kindtio.-m with which you have re ceived the mention of my nimo in connection with the tout; but I have next to return, thanks for thnt illustrious assembly of which ' I am an unwirthy member [no, no], ynt a member intimately conver sant with iti character, add entirely persuaded of its abs'iluti necessity for maintaining ths liberties of the country (hear, hear, nnd applausu) under a mixed turrn ot government — a torm ot government under which alone liberty can exist (hear, hear). It Is noedlcss to say that we have oft...

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THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY ELECTION OF OFFICEKS. O.t Monday evening, m pursuance of notice by cir cular, a meeting of the company was held in the barracks, for the purpose of electing a captain and a first lieutenant. Before proceeding to the details of the business transacted on this occusion, it may be desirable^ to furnish a recapitulation of tho circumstances which had previously transpired in relation to this matter. It Having been originally inteiiucu tnai uiose uesi rous of beeoming candidates should send ' in their names to the secretary, arrangements were made in accordance with this intention. After parade on the Monday evening, previous, however, to the subject being brought under discussion, it was then and there determined 'to dispensc'with all formal nomination, and that each member of the company should sup ply tho name of any other member for whom he was desirous to vote, pro^duig tlte member so voted for, wan eligible to be clopnd, nm accordance with the rules laid dow...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Tub Road from Morpetii to Pikenix Park.—. We understand-that Mr. Jjqti°s nnd lh» late member for Morpeth (Mr. S. Cohen) hive been in communi cation respecting the condition 'f the road from the Queen's Wharf, Morpeth, to Phoenix Park. The matter was referred to the Surveyor-General's depart ment, in consequence of Mr. Cohen's representations, and inquiry was mule into the merits of the case; and the result is that a sum of £250 has been pi iced on, the pftiinnten for the repair of the road in ques tion.— Maittand Mercury. Charge of Stealing.— Margaret Cresswell, alias Preston, was brought up on remand, at 'the cou t house, West Miiitland, on Thursdny, charged by James Mulholland, blacksmith, residing at Minm;, with stealing, on or about the 24th of December, wearing apparel, books, and other articles, hin.pro nertv. Thft nriftnnar. a rpRn*ctii)ili--lnnlcincr mrl.' vtrna apprehended on warrant by Constable ScuHy. James Mulholland deposed thnt he obtained n wirrant ...

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NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEER RIFLES. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEER RIFLES. U* electionVof oFi'icisns. The inombors of the ?vMuntoor rifle corp9 hold a general mcot'ng — convened by a Ivertisement— in tho court-house, ou Tuesday evening last, for tho pur pose of clocting a first lieutenant, two serj emits, and two corporals. Mr. James Hannbll, M.P., having Icon called to tho chair, wus miuested to ollleiuto as roturninr' ollicur on tho occasion. Tho chairman, in opening tho proceedings, expressed tho gratification it gave him to bo called npou, to fulfil thu position that had been assigned to him, nnd his as-urance that the good sensu of tho volunteers would materially aid him in the discharge of Ilia responsible duties. The ScrjiiuTAiiY having roa I' t!io advertisement enlivening the mooting, it was nt length decided, after aonsidcrablo discussion, that any mumbe'r being pro posed and stunding ns a candidate for tho lieute nancy, 'should not bo eligiblo to boconio a candidato for any of the lioii-coinmissionod ofllccrahips in th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. TV, tit* Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. ' B \ ki 11— According to promise, I mu6t now turn my atten. ; I ivS to the lengthy epistle of ' Ponderer.' lie sets out by ll^Biw«if the end of the world is so near, &c?' He gives ilSwer himself-'of that day and hour knoweth mo ? taTno not even the angels in heaven.' Yet with this ? mrtion of the Incarnate.God before him, lie sets himself Iff find out what God hath kept secret. It is to ' come as . 'ihief in the night,' or, in other words, to bo secret until TV i ? r\\..l*t- «ttill mqlra Ills cnpnnrt fiflvnnt- V/if i.' Ponderer' sets himself to try to.wrest from the dark mnb of futurity the secrets of the Almighty. A great mI mlcbt be said against prying into the unknown, but this ? nottte place for moralising, so we must pass on. His LK is earthquakes. 1 need not tell Mr. P. that earth. uitaare phenomena, the result of natural causes, or of 5e operations of the powers of nature. liver since the ir that the morning...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

Tool,h ache Coxed ia an instant/ ' MR. ESKELL, Resident Surgeon »; tist, of London, Manchester, GlasgtA ft mingham, Liverpool, and Sheffield, Member*'.'; College of Dentists ot$pe)anA, may be conis l[ 21, Hunter-3tr-;et, Sydney!/ ? f'i £ Toothache oijred vtimjSfr. Eskjsll's Ois t '-1 Essence, price, 2a-^k]/p«r bottk? £ Eskell's JElixu^iypuri&ffrtg the breath, '?[?% ing the mouth, ven»ving7uWFeaaant od'^ } charge, 2s. 6d. pe^iottle. *HCos» of Teel )j from one to u coi^plote set. . ? ' - N.B. — A largo and fresh stock of ?'} Elixir Lotio&s, &e., on hand. ? Agenoy at the Ohroniclo' Cf .'£ pAUTICW.— All goods manufac \ \J ua, bear our huraj* legibly stamped ,(r and persons aro cerflliomd mn'mti tl/infor ; ' — such as Boots, &o^\^j|hrore craniDld ni ? T either separately, or mijred w«u orawrgoo j ? HALj/and ALDERSCtf i!* ? 221, Elizabeth-street, j 'T n AND ?Wr/6O,LMBS, Co ( ' _} \Jt Agont^5fM-S^^x-Btrcet, Sydn j ;'T Newcastle :— Xrinted and published by tl...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. THE NOMINATION. jj, idxTue.'day, at noon, a public meeting of ratepayers ^Iwibeld at the court-bouse, convened by his worship 0U'F-Ae'm*yor, in accordance with the provisions of the ! j, I Municipalities' Act of .1858, and for the purpose of Tell -patting in nomination candidates to fill the vacancies 5pa rauied by the retirement, by rotation, of aldermen ,™ Kemp for the city ward, alderman Turton for Mac qiarie wjrd, and alderman Tighp for Honeysuckle !n- w«rd. On his worship the Mayor taking the choir, ho am briefly referred to tha clauses in the act which pre jtha Kribed the calling together of the ratepayers and the bit amner in which the nomination and election of, al ibi denaen should be regulated, and that, in accordance, an! he had caused an advertisement lo be inserted in the &\i local papor, which ho would read as tho notice by abeti trliich the meeting had been convened. He then could' railed upon anv elector having a candidate to propose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

H&ITL&ND ROAD AGEHCY. QUBSCRIBERS to tho Nowcaatlo Chronicle, n kj dent at Honeysuckle Point and Wickham, ? rospoctfully informed that Mr. Christian Cub TiANdON is appointed agent for the samo. Mr. will, from the Ut January, 1801, sorvo tho paper subscribers and roccivo tho names of new onds, ? also all subscription'. Single' copies of ' the I'jtoJ may bo had of Mr. C, . . Af'MCKEN. .J M4KBR

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DR. MACNISH'S LECTURE. Delivered at the Court-house, Newcastle, on Wednesday Evening, 23rd January, 1861. Subject:—"Dreaming Illustrated in connection with Mental Illusions and Insanity." [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

! DR. MACNIStf'S LECTURE. Delivered at the Court-house, Newcastle, on Wednesday Evening, 23rd January, 1801., Subject : — ' Dreaming Illustrated in connection with Mental Illusions and Insanity.' In resuming the subject of the lecture, the worthy lecturer prefaced it with the following remarks : — The lecture of to-night will embrace observations on dreaming, mental illusions, and insanity. In se lecting materials for this lecture, I may here premise that I havetreen much indebted to the writings of ? i» .V 1 * - . % ? '. . ^*» » ? _*? ? ? Buwe ui me urigiibu&fc^iienir^ gG/iJusea oi our Hge, in cluding Sir Charles Bell, MaddeV Shaw, Mojendle, Pinel, Elliotson, Abercrombic, Sir Alexander Morri son, of London; Brighsm, of New York; Rush, of Philadelphia; nnd my highly-esteemed relative, the late Dr. Robert M'Nisli, of Glasgow. With this ad mission, I shall now introduce my lecture to your notice, observing, that ' the man who writes, speaks, nr mOfllfatoB witllnnt hnitirr wall...

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MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. Monday, February 4. ? , Larceny.— Edward Gornck(was indicted for that he did, on th 1 1st January, 1801, at Newcastle, felo niously steal fourteen bottles of porter, the property of Mr. Cook. Tho prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was undefended. From the evidonco it appeared that the prisoner was cook in the employ of Mr. E.L. Cook, who kept the ^Metropolitan Hotel, Newcastle. On the 27th December, 1800, a cask of porter was laced in the yard ; on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Janu ary, tho prisoner was drunk, and, in consaquence, was discharged ; bofqro tho prisoner left the house, Mr. Cook found in a cask, under the prisoner's bed, niuo porter bottles, with their hoads knocked off, and most, of the porter, gonp ; tho bottles corresponded. with those in the cosk, and of which', when counted, .fourteen were missing. Mr. Cook accused the. pri soner of taking the porter, nnd wentjfor a constable, and guvo.him in charge. The prisoner, was- very drunk at tho time, and ...

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