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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

TELEGRAPHIC -NEWS. DEN1UQUIN. Thursday, 7 p.m.— The Pleuro-pneumonia meeting was well attended. It recommended the immediate action by a Government board in Sydney, and in each infected dis. trict; also that an Act be brougfnNn analogous to the Scab Act, for a tax upon all horned oaffle of twopence per head, to defray the expenses, and that tha remuneration for cattle destroyed bv the insoectors not to exceed 50s. ner head.— If., Sep. 0. We have been favoured by the Government with the following Telegram of thfrfrieetihg held respecting the Pleuro-pneumonia disease: — September 5tb.— Public meeting held this day ; Police Magistrate, chairman. This 'meeting having heard, with alarm and regret, that the cattle disease known as Pleuro-pneumonia, has broken out among tome of the herds depasturing on stations situated on the New South VVales side of the Murray,— Resolved that im mediate application be made to the Government, with the view to issuing regulations on this important matter, ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

? ^corbespondengeTi^ We are .not to be considered as identifying «ntJ XT the opinions expressed by correspondenta, fot alft* our views may be diametrically opposed to ihd?y' always willing to give insertion to any commfilllii pressed in terms of intelligence and moderation Kkt Newcastle Chronicle. utf , ? » I*1

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE END. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE END. The barque's away, Sound and gay, Bounding o'er the main j Wistful eyes ' And hopeful sighs Follow in its train. On, on Jtlie sweeps, ./ O'er laijbty beeps, 1 nnocent^of fear ; And o'er her track, Her crew look back. With many a blinding tear. Well may bitter tears be shed On land a.id deck between ; Those who've cried their last farewell, s^ \^' For their grave's the deep sea green. ' * N ' Br'ave^, bravely, on she presses, Nor aught she kens of storms distresses, As in glorious light Of the sunshine bright, She rides away, away.' - Dark 'and darker grow the heavens, Loud and louder Boreas howls, \s . ' ? Long and bravely * On she struggles, Life's precious freight is near its close. Heaven's let loose its mighty voices, Thunder, lightning, rain, rejoices, Grasnjng lan£and sea ; Weaker, wtalraf%ivj!s the barque, Oh, for theTlofc JrNbah's ark, ?t They never more will sec. . ^ Midst darkness, rain, and howling wind, A fearful towering form arises ; On she da...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

' To Hit Editor of the [Newcastle Chronic!,' 5 tM\.Sl£rAtT0De-tm'f \ha,dj?0 zest forhiitoryoriJsd Ttht opiate I anxiously look forward to the arnuliff, European mail. The .reason is, the present hittortS worm is so pregnant with the fulfilling of prophecj W not delay to enter into minutia by examining the kS crowned head is enacting in the mundane drama in Darine sresent events with Dronhecv. m^« ».'....,'?„ the Jewish nation soon to rush upon theiUge'IffeftloRi of prophecy state that the 'drying tip of thtilffii Fr phrates, to make way for the kings of theetsfinrJi' ,. of the absorption of the Turkish power, in ord?Pisl!n! JewB'may possess the ' Holy Laud.' A short tinutfcS- . observed an extract from an English paper, »hklMKCo« that ' very soon the area over which the crescent riiMvil be little larger tliau that of an English parish.' &„ received by the last mail-that negociations halbesi- ,'„ cjuded by the Powers of-Turkey, on the 10th Jobtli!3'?^ tne future Leban-B^s%ftl...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

THE MUNICIPAL C^VNCIL.. The council met on Monday evening last. Present — his worship (he mayor in the cltuir, and aldermen Fleming, Bolton, Tiglio, Kemp, and Prat ten. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed The Mayor then submitted a statement ot rates collected tip to September 3rd,, amounting to £35 7s. 8d. .»? The Mayor, then submitted, in committee, tlie assessment book for Honeysuckle ward, which was goiie through, seriatim, and passed without alteration. Alderman Bolton moved that the committee ap prove of the assessment books for the current year, and recommend the council to adopt the same. Alderman Fueminq seconded the. motion, and it | was carried. N* r\ M The committee then adjourned, ij/iff die. The Mayor, as chairman of committee, then brought up the report of the whole, recommending the^dop tion of the assessment books for the current year. Alderman Bolton moved that the report be received. Alderman. Prattbn seconded the motion, and it was carried...

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

1 ? . f,H |J ?MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. «. CFrom the Maitland Mercury.) ?- MtoN day, September 9.. ,* FonoEav an i-S$$W*Q.— Isaac Whittle mtt n dieted for feloniously forging a warrant or M«P for tho payment of £14 10a., at Wee Waa; on OT, 20th February, with intent to defraud. UnW second count ho was charged with feloniomjy u«* it to havo been, forged* The prisoner plMde4» guilty, and was undefended; The witnewe. m were Daniel M'Farlano, Thomns Luther (Chief C* stable of Wee Waa), James Herbert, and JoMM ward Dargin. Mr. M 'Farlano was a storckcep»«M innkeeper [at Weo Waa. About the 18th; oHJ ruary last, .tho prisoner Whittle camo tftjijm »w evening with two other men, and »«» grog) beforo receiving which he tendered ft,cW£i M'Farlane said ho could not change }n?..«W but would rather givo him tho grog. Whittle wj said that he would want some things fronrtn'ffl in tho morning, and that ho was staying m neighbouring inn.' Ho also said ho hod I no m money, and asked him to let,,him lmvo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

Stationery, Books, Wrapping Papet,, jK| ? THE undersigned have nlwoys mhm,:P^9 M( supply of superior stationery, account bog \ wrapping paper, &c, which they import 4re?'J™ Vi London, consisting of — ' . ' . . ,'Z h Writing papers, envelopes, wedding aridotbwfjKJ j stationery, surveyors' and engineciri'wlW ? papers, tracing papers, and calico ; draw-n|ft* I terials, mathematical instruments, ? CH.AR1& ° AND NAUTICAL STATIONERY,;^ ?« services, prayer books, family and potxetqMi1 :? in various bindings, school bo»ks m JW, n stationery, albums, portfolios, scrap «» manifold writers, copying pressei, twfi books, and other requisites, jnuncDOOVfij papor, violin and violencello atrhigi. ' : , . wbapp in g' r; a f&'iif&vi Imperial, bRg cap, royal hand, ?mBl«.«»MWJ ; demy, double crown, and double itnaU -,m ;. wrapping papers. ^ ,,'^-) ; STOREKEEPERS SVPPLlElft^ i BOOKS, PERIODICALS, AND EUdW« ?- NEWSPAPERS received by Omland M«ft$l ; \ delivered to SUBSCRIBE...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. / 8A*URD|*V. (Before II. Scott, Esq., P.M.) Drunkenness. —Jolm M'Cloon, labourer, was fined 10s., for being drunk in Scott-street. ExciTrNO to a Biif.acii of tug Peace. — Frederick Zidska, appeared to answer a cWrrge of using insulting words to William Thomas Bqyco,\Jii consequence of the witnesses jjot being in attenaTmoe, the case, which had already been postponed, was now dismissed. Ra l'E, — William Murphy, a man apparently about sixty years of age, was charged with committing a rape upon Agnes Luinsdaine, a girl, fourtsan years old, on the 27th April last. The case was only, part heard, and was then adjourned until Saturday next.- ? (Before Mr. posYcUAJgM Pit-]NnF.NNES3, &c— James Burns, labourer, who had been drunk and disorderly in the court-house, on'.Saturdav, interrupting the proceedings, was fined 40s,, or in default, forty-cightfhours imprisonment. \Alcsse in which Cathe rine Baker was charged with being drunk in Hunter-strcct, on Saturday, was ...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

MULTUM IN PARVO. An insolvent named Thomas Gilbert Spence was, on Friday last, eommittcd for trial, in Sydney, on a charge of fraudulent insolvency. The strength of the Sydney battalion of rifles on the ground at the late review was 528. This included all ranks, and the band as well. The Border Post, of 28th August, says :— Mr. Nicholson, near the pound, has manufactured sonio cigars from tobacco raised by himself, and we believe he intends growing the leaf extensively for the fu ture. The cigars are well made, and, although rather new, the flavou- is excellent. We would call the attention of the farmers to this new branch of industry, and bid them remember that £112 per ton is offered by Loughnan and Co., of Melbourne, for colonial tobacco in any quantity., Few crops will pay better than this. M. Coulon's opera scheme may be considered defunct. At a meeting of the subscribers, held on the 30th ultimo, in Melbourne, it was decided that the balance of the unexpended fund should be pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

noi STEAM TOWAGE. d»i (i The rates of Towage will be increased \«jU|-^^Te» per Cent, on published rate's '?' IswSi! during l'le stryce- commencing from : .ij2sBBS' this date, y//* £;? ... V/ BTNGLE AND CO./ J,7 fercastle, 7Ui Septemb/r, 1851. ? v_ J| STEAM TO SYDNEY. ooj! -tj. Tna Australasian Steam Navi l|f K^L Ration Company's Steamers will leave i,y||j|||^ Morpeth, (calling. at Newcastle), ]|a|§|llSa» until further notice, as follows : — ' #ESvD'A YS \Illalono, Captain Adams, g|M d a y s. / . ?»?? ?:« Wr^ fei^V«SD AYS lCo'A»or, Captain Mulljall, MHU R D AY S. / at 8 o-clock a-m' / *§ ?? 3E0RGE R. DIBBS,$ CO^ * 1 fc feferiS? . ' Agents, Si.«;lt-3ii'ti;. i:(|f|pKtIe7 August 17, 18GI. ;lf FOB THE OTAGH) GOLD FIELDS. Ml'ljk Th? fine fa8tV'PPer bri8 ' YARROW.' JteJjRrey Thi« vessel will be despatched from New- [irfa^V castle on or about the 20th instant, and J^s 'Wai? offers a desirable oppartuuity for pas D^«*» 6engcrs- ^^r * y ,'V Application to be made to / w ,/ % ; ? BINGIffe AND ...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. / AIUUVAI.3. '' .« September 8.— Yarrow, brie, 229, Scott, from Welling ton. N.Z. *..:'?,? September 10.— Matador, barque, 2£), Lindsay; from' Melbourne. DEPARTURES. September 8.— Prince Patrick, schooner, Archer, for Melbourne, with 120 tons coal, and 32 tons iron. COASTERS OUTWARDS. ? ? September 7.— Louisa Maria, Harriet Hope, and Kate Kearney, for Sydney. September 10.— H. M. Warfield, Atlantic, Catherine, Otago, and Ranger, for Sydney. The New Zealand Gold-fields.— The startling ' intelligence that C00O ozs. of sold has just been received at - Melbourne by the steamer Oscar, gires fair promise of proving the auriferous character of the Otago diggings, and also, of giving an increased impetus to the passenger traffic. We pereeivafltat another vessel, the brig Highland Lassie, Ms beeft'laidon by Mr. J. Menzies, ol Newcastle, for the conveyance of passengers to Otago, and that, should suffi cient inducement offer, she will be despatched at once. The fine dipper...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 September 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVKNTS. September?.— Henry Willimn Dudley, of Albion. street, publican. Liabilities, £278 15a. fid. ; assets, value of real property, £50 ; value of personal property, £142 ; total,. £192 1 deficit, £84 ISs. 3d. September 7.— John Campbell, of Sydney, mariner, now a pnupor in Darlinghurct jail. Liabilities, £4 ; assets, value of personal properly, £2 ; deficit, £2. September 7. — William Good Caporn, of Stanmore, New town, out of butinc£». Liabilities, £730 18s. lid.; assets, value of personal property, £40 ; outstanding debts, £376 fls.i total, £410 f-i.! delluit, £323 ISs. lid. September 7.— Alfred Curr, of Wollonuons, auctioneer, at present a confine in Wollon|;oii(t jail, Liiiuiiltics, £272 7s. 4d. t asHcts, value of personal property, £0 ; outstand ing dobts, £2(i3 101. lOJd. ; total, £200 10s. lOJd. MEKTINO OF CaCUITOIIS. Inthe estate of William Atkins, an adjourned crrtlficata nii'ctiiic wns held in Sydney on Thursday. Insolvent' concluded his stateme...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

ENGLISH EXT11ACTS. TnB Obies at Railway Stations. — A correspondent writes: — ' I observe your artiolo regarding oalling out tbo names of stations on railways, and beg to recommend a practice fol lowed by tbo Edinburgh and G-lasgow Company's officials on that point. At almost ever station tbe station-master has a starling or parrot, so trained that, whenever a train draws up ab tho platform, it commences calling out the name of the station most distinotly, and continues to scream it out until the train starts. This is found an economical mode of informing tho pas songors woro they arc ; and, as this is the season for scouring young starlings (which only can bo taught), I would recommend you to make tho matter public through tho columns of your papor.' Wo willingly do so, but suggest, never theless, that, the starlings aro trained, railway porters be oo tn polled to speak distinctly , — Builder. A VfittY Costly Kiss. — Robert Brack, a respcotablo farmer at Hylton, was chargod with ha...

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GLADSTONE, PORT CURTIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

GLADSTONE, PORT CURTIS. I am glaclto inform your renders that active measures are being taken to have the na tional resources of this wonderful district properly represented at the coming Exhibi tion, and I pledge my word we shall cut no mean figure there. A public meeting is to be held and a committee formed to carry out the affair, and it is a well known fact that the good folks -of Gladstone do not do things by halves. On Tuesday the main lode of copper ore was struck at O'Connell's mines. At pre sent, with the small space for working, they are getting out only one ton per day. The Manager, Mr. Manton, informed me himself that it exceeds all expectations. There are at present only ten men at work. Mr. King's mine is also doing first-rate, but it is very short of hands. I am given to understand that ho intends to form rt com- pany to work it ; so it is not unlikely that lie will shortly pay Brisbane and Sydney a visit. The overseer of tho road party, Mr. Murphy, has discovered ano...

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PORT STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

PORT 'STEPHENS. Stroud, Septembir 0.— The annual meeting of the Stroud School of Arts took place in tbe lecture-room of the iistituto on the evening of the 3rd instant, and il though tbe weather was far from favourable, tbo attendance was good. Tbo usual routine of, business of such institu tions was transacted, »nd a new code of rules was submitted and adopted. It is gratifying to observe the steady progress of this institution. Od tho evening of Die 5ib, the weather still continuing unsettled, pirsuant to advertisement, Mr. Arthur Hodgson delivered a lecture, bis subject being ' Self-made men.' Tbe attend ance was very good, ind all present seemed highly gratified with tbe intellectual treat tbo lecture supplied. Pvaticpt industry, steady por acverenco, and, above all] a strict adhorance to sound moral principles were pointed out with tbo lecturer's usual ability, as the steps which invariably lead to promotion and honour. After the usual vote of thanks bad been ac corded to the l...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

-LEGISLATIVE ^ASSEMBLY. ?Wednesday, .September 11.. ' In the assembly! theVpeitker took the chair at twenty-eight minutes- jms.'t three p.m. Mr. Cowper laid nipon ihe table the annual return from the registrar- general of births, deaths, and marriages, 'f he document was orVler^d to'be printe'd. Mr. Walker asked tire colonial secretary, 'Is it 'the intention of'tho .govsrnment to institute -an enquiry into the .conauct of tho police magistrate, and MessiV. £erry and Fletcher, (justices of the peacfc,1, npon the bench at Wentworth, oiv the 24th of April last?' Mi1'. Cowper rinswored that the government were not aware of the earcum fitrtnees alluded to. 'In roply to questions of Mr. iDang'ar, Mr. Oowpei' stated that the subject ? of tt'o x-re- ' vention of cattlo stealing, and sregis try of brands, was under consideration by the government, and would bo doalt with this session in some shape or other ; also, -jtha-t the director of the botanical gardens had no instructions warranting h...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, September 11. The legislative council met yesterday at a qnarter past three. Mr. llobcrtson laid upon the table of tho hon^o tho statistical returns of births, deaths, and marriages, prepared by tho rigistmr . goneral Mi1. jSourn Russell presented a petition [com Major's Creek, signed by throe hundred mid fifty n^rsons, nravincr for the exclusion of Chinese. Mr. JCft.mp presented a petition from a number of cofbnists, asking for some legis lation to pro-;ibit the Chinese from working on thorgold fields; Mr. Robertson withdrew the land bills, in order that'thoy ;might be first considered by the assembly. ? ?.-.???? .Thoihoiisoiadjoh'rned till Wednesday next.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ? LAMBING FLAT. Monday 7 a.m.— The escorts left with 3126 ozs. gold and £550. A meeting of the Defence Committee was held yesterday at i o'clock. There were , about 800 present. A statement was made that £400 was required to defend the prisoners at Goulburn, and only 17* was collected, £40 of which was subscribed on the spot, and subscription lists issued in the hopes of raising the requisite amount It is strange, with the sympathy supposed to'' fflKst here for the prisoners, that the amount required has, not aeeirtubscribed long since.—//., Sep. 10. ' V GOULBURN. \ Tuesday, 0 p.m.— The escort from llraidwood has arrived, and leaves to.uight for Sydney, with.the following:— Braid- wood, 13S9 ozs. 16 dwts. 13 grs.; Goulburn, 72 ozs. 7 dwts. 12 grs. The funeral of Mr. J. J. Woodwaod took place yesterday, at three p.m., and was the largest that ever took place iu Goulburn. All tb* members of the Masonic and Oddfellows bodies in or near Goulburn followed in procession ...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALKS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ?'. Tuesday, September 10. The legislative assembly mot at twenty five minutes past three p.m. Six. Piddington and Mr. Hoskins respec tively presented politiohs from certain Cliinji men, complaining of ill-treatment and loss of property at Burrangong ; find from gold miners and residents on tho gold-fields, comnlninintr of llm influx of Chinese into the colony. In answer to Mr. Dickson's question, wlien certain returns, ordered on February 7th, last year, ..showing expenditure under ? 'responsible government, would be produced, '''the colonial treasurer slated that ihe house had refused to vote the money necessary for the preparation.of these returns, but that the ?government would have no objection to pro duce part of the information asked. Mr-JInrpur, for Patrick's Plains, took the ontlis and his seat. In answer to questions of Mr. Hickson, Mr. Arnold stated that the government era, not intend' to- make a level crossing to the g...

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NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. A general meeting of the subscribers to the Newcastle Hospital, was held at the Court-house, on Tuesday evening lust, for the purpose of making thorough alterations in all the rules and regulations of the insti tution. About 40 or 53 gentlemen were present, and tho chair was occupied by tho Kev. B. E. Shaw. .the chairman opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement convening tho meeting, and the minutes of the last meet ing were also read. Tho honorary Secretary then said he had received a document which had been addressed to him in his official capacity as secretary to the Hospital committee ; but the meeting decided that no busiuoss should bo allowed to interfere with the matter they had then met to discuss, viz , the reframing of the rules of the institution.' The Secretary' then submitted a draft of rules, similar to thoso now in force at the Moitlnnd Hospital. ' Some discussion then euaued as to the manner in which tho rules should be con sidered ; an...

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