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

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. ' Every Bullet- has its Btt-MET.' — This, old saw cumo to our mind yesterday upon being shown a piece of flattened lead about threo quarters of an inch in diameter, and about tho eighth of an inch thick, which had been ex traoted from between the scalp and the skull of trooper Hosie (one of tho bravo fellows who was shot and wounded by the bushranger Gardiner). A more miraculous esoapo from death it is not possible to contemplate ; and how it could have happened that the bullet did not enter the trooper's skull is altogether iouomprchensible. The piooo of lead presents tho oppooranoe of hav ing been fired at a plato of iron— so effectually, is it flattened. It is evident that the old saying in this oaso did not npply. Sergeant MiddletOa and trooper Hosio have arrivod in Bathurst, and1 it is a matter of thankfulness that both are nearly . recovered from the Borious injuries they received in the affray with the bushrangers on the Aber oroinbie. No doubt they will so...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. DAVID STRANG'S HISTORY ABOOT HIS KNIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. DAVID STRANO-S; HISTORY ABOOT HIS KNIFE. I'm gaun to mak a wee bit sang, » Aooot niysel'— I'm David Strang— (I've no been in this kintra lang) I lost my knife near Wallambrawang. Its lost has fill'd my heart wi' wae, Nocht before 'ere griercd me sae — : , It keeps me greetin' nicht and day, :. Ado I'm fast wastin' to a strae. I lost and fand it ance afore, aw. bad to gang sax miles or more ; t And then was latich'd and Jeer'd at sore . By Jock, tbTMtoVVneVit lore. \f I must hae been a tndthrtess .sot — Frae a dear freend this knife I got, And wud as sune hae lost— Miss Scott— As left it thus to rust and rot. Nae loss at hame, or far awa', Afpre like this did me hefa', It's nearly brak' my heart in twa', And I've a mind my neck to thraw— Indeed, as sure's my name is Strang, Gift' 1 do'nt find this knife 'ere lang, ?I'll tak irraip to Wallambrawang, And ou a tree snysel' I'll hang. Newcastle. R. S.

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TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE SHIP SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE SHIP SOVEREIGN OFTHK SEAS. We yesterday gave a brief account of the burning of the ship Sovereign of the Seas, which unfortunate calamity commenced on Tuesday evening last. This is the third vessel which hai been destroyed by fire within the last eighteen months — the Catteaux Wat tel, the British Nferchant, and the ill-fated ship, the loss of whichwe have now to record- She arrived here on Saturday, the 3 Ist( ultimo, from Liverpool, with 104 immigrants and s full cargo of general merchandise. The immigrants and their luggage were all landed, and the ship commenced discharging cargo on Saturday lost, on tie west side of the Cove, at Campbell's Wharf. Sin was the property of Messrs. J. and W. Wright, of St. John's, New Bruns wick, by whom she wus built about three years ago ; and registered 1226- tons. Captain Cruikshank, her commander, had also an interest iu the vessel ; and she had been chartered by the Messrs. Btiines to convey coals from this port to Bo...

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

, THE POETS. ? Please help tut, Mr. Editor, ; This faot to bring to light — . . The reason why your poets all Have lately ceased to write ? y Is it because they've other ways I To occupy their time t \ . Or have they not received the praise .' ^_ RYnenfpri liu flioir rltvmp 7 ? ^^^ Where's Mann ion bold, and 'D.A.R.' They've not appeared of late ; Bnt perhaps the latter's verses are Too apt to under-rate , The waya and practices of those r \ Who quietly pursue . '? .'?' ?. \» Their course in life— nor friends no.r foe»* ^ Woiild'envy or outdo. y. And, ' M.E.II.'J why you hare ceased To ceurt the muses too ; What means thisuudden, marked decrease , In rhyme by rhymesters few I k . Arouse yourselves, yejocal bards To some poetic straih ; , Your silence, bLassurcd, retards The cream olCoinus' reign. - In-future let your themes be such As tend to elevate ; - And not in pointless rhyme to rush To mirth and inVkery's fate. The means yoyhav% adopted will, If properly maintained,. Instruct ...

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SYDNEY. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE ON BOARD THE SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

SYDNEY. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE ON BOARD THE SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS. At about twenty minutes to cloven o'clock last night the residents in the Northern part of the city were alarmed by the continuous ringing of bells on board the ships of the harbour, and groat excitement was caused by the intelligence that fire had broken out on board the Sovereign of the Seas, lying along side Campbell's Wharf. A very largo crowd quickly congregated iu the vicinity, and alter a short inter val, six fire-engines wore hurried away to the snot, )ut the devastating element had moanwhile taken such hold that for a long time the strenuous exertions of the firemen proved wholly ineffectual. About half-past eleven the fire (which was in tho fore hatch) burst out with great fury, and for several anxious minutes it seemed impossible that tho foremast and rigging could escape. By dint of great labour, how over, it was partially got under towards ono o'clock. The engines arc still playing upon her and the fire is rag...

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THE EXHIBITION OF 1862. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

THE EXHIBITION OF 1863. In accordance with the instructions received by the, com missioners of the New South Wales branch,' contributions for tho forthcoming international exhibition, to be held in London in 1802, arc. now being forwarded from this, as well . as, doubtless, from other districts. There call he no doubt, that the natural and industrial capabilities of the colony will be to 'a- much larger extent represented than in 1F5I, and that they will doubtless be the means of conveying to our friends at the antipodes, such impressions of dur colo nial industry as they were previously unacquainted with. _ »ir. ijewis, oi me colonial architects' department)^ Ihis city, has favoured us with an inspection of various speei. niens of building material!, which have been collected in the district to which he belongs, and which were forwarded to Sydney on Thursday last. The first of these were two small blocks of blue and blown stone, from Waratah ; the blue stone] had an especially brig...

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ON DOGS. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

ON DOGS. No. 2. A gentleman, at whose house I occasionally visit at Syd ney, is in possession of an animal which he calls— a dog. I have always felt a strain upon my conscience in acquiescing in this appellation, although politeness has compelled' me to assent. The animal alluded to possesses about as much the appearance of a real dog as I do to an archbishop, and I am quite satisfied as regards the distinctive marks in the latter instance. This quadruped, then, to begin with, is of the feminine gender, so to a certain extent, 1 am disarmed in my description ; but still truth before politeness any day and all the world over, so I am fain to- confess that this feminine which I now force on my readers, is nut only of extraordinary small dimensions (about the size of a large rat) but of a timidity of manner (if I may use the expres sion) quite delightful to behold. It appears as a witty lady friend of mine observes, ' as if it were always begging pardon for being alive.' From the intim...

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

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. .. ARWVAl.S.i .September 12. — new Mood, steamer, from Sydney. ?September 13.— Grafton, steamer, from Sydney. September 13.— C. V. Lewing, brig, 251, Letting, from Melbourne. ,_ ' September 13.— Douglas, schooner, 93, Mearns, from Geclong. DEPARTURES. September 11.— Higlilaud Lassie, brie, Lamont, forMel. bourne. Cirgo : 202 tons coal, and 250 bagi maize. September 11.— Monarch, barque, Jamieson, forMel. bourne, with 360 tons small coal.' . September 11.— Yarra, schooner, Finlayson, for Mel. bourne, with 200 toes small coal. September 12.— New Moon, steamer, fvr the Macleay ? River. ' . ? rv \ , l September 12.— General Vfat-\, Barque, M'Phenon, for \ Melbourne, with 240 .tons coal. '' \f September 13.— Grafton, steamer, for Grafton, C.R. CLEARANCES. Almeda, schooner, 210 tons, N.B.Cleary, for Melbourne and 67 logs cedar. Joseph Ward and Co., agents. COASTEKS INWARDS. September 12.— Petrel, Liberty, Pacific, Notion, Edward, ;? . and Shamrock, from Sydney. ir* Sep...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

When a man is honoured by a community ? with the highest dignity it is in the power of that community to bestow, it behoves him to show, by_his conduct and actions;' that that -- public trust has not been 'misplaced, t-r im . ? properly reposed, and that he fully appreciates , the importance of his position in its most elevated character, and in all its integrity. To a free people, living under constitutional * principles, there is not, perhaps, one single thing to them more painful or humiliuting than to see the dignity, and that wise exclu sivencss which confers dignity on their law makers, licentiously abandoned. When this is the case, true patriots may well begin to tremble for the future of their country. When a man is enveloped with the dignity of a legislator, personal piques, prejudices, likes and dislikes, should be scattered to the winds. Indeed, the man who suffers his mind or heart to be swayed by feelings such as these, is utterly unfit for duties of so lofty a cha ract...

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

NOT ICE .—'Those pcrspns who arc inS arrears to some considerable extent to this journal, are. requested to pay their ac counts at this office before the end of the present month. Those who remain defaulters are informed that payment will be enforced ? forthwith. M'DICKEN and BAKER. Chronicle Office, Bolton-streef, 1 Newcastle, 12th Sept., 1861./ * ? SATVRDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1861. ? ? »

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

MULTUM IN PARVO. vi'J Jut Yais Courier iay8 :— Among the few articles Inf.1 |t will be contributed by this district to the am lid's Fair |of 1862, is some opossum wool twist, ;jj* Ited into socks. The knitting is excellent; itisas pj tn elastic as the finest merino wool. The fur has ktt'dt i °-rded and spun, ai iu Scotland, by the spinning [let pi, and then knitted. . m as Mount Alexander Mail, of the 4th September, A ''hat o digger named Frazer, working on Com ^ sbner's Flat, Fryarstown, obtained a specimen i lie iclli an being broken up, produced 27 ozs ntof iuaoiiterial enquiry (says the Albury Banntt) (iwliill on the 30th August, on the body of Georgo [-'? l»rt, who was killed at Bungill (Mr. Duffs sta iw L°-n ''l0 ^lline R-vor- f uo inaa was in the act msi r$[tt& a ou' (a recently imported one), when (he itbk pu turned upon him and kicked him in such a thinner as to cause the poor fellow's death shortly hitrybards. I' hi Tasmanian Coal-fields. — Tho Launccston ;. ) mine...

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BATHURST CRIMINAL COURT. (Abridged from the Bathurst Times.) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Before Mr. Justice Milford. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

:r JJATHUUST OKIIIMNAL COURT. 1 , {Abridged from the Bathurst Times.) !( Wednesday-, September i. I Before Mr. Justice Mil ford. James Grant pleaded guilty to forging an order for L10, y J «m tcateuced to 18 mouths hard labour in Bathurst Vo'hn Lewis and William Quinn, were found guilty of ''stinjr.at Stony Creek, on the 7th August, attempted to ' jDmit an unnatural offence, and were each^entenced to jo re»« imprisonment, with hard labour, in Bathurst jail. Jemmy Sing was charged with the murder ol Sophia I'wia. at Avisford, on the 27th February. It appeared 'j -t prisoner was cook to Airs. Monies; on the morning in 'H iction lie asked far his wages, and deceased refused to ' '^ / him. her husband being absent ; prisoner made an iin 00 rtirent reply, and Mrs. Monies raised her hand, but did not !Ie- nlibitn. He then lifted an'axe, and struck deceased on ,''i ic back of tho head, she then ran away but prisoner over w ( .k h-;r, and having knocked her down, struck her several DE* i'wi...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

INSOLVENT 0OU11T. V. NEW INSOLVENTS. '' ? September 9. — Alexander Brotvn, of Lochinvar, Hunter River, lubourcr. Liabilities, j£'K). Assets— value of per sonal property, £0; outstanding debts, £3:' total, £S. Deficit, £31. . . . September 9.— Michael Murray, of Wollongong, boot, maker. Liabilities, £65 7». 4}d. Assets — value of per sonal property, £'2A (lto; outstanding debts, £7 13s. 3d.: total, £34 Ss.'iid. Deficit. £t\ 4s. l£d. . Septembers. — Alexander Brash, of Gundngai, store keeper. Liabilities, £IHOO (is. lid. Assets valuo of per sonal propMiy, £10,30 ; outstanding debts, £510 2s. id. : totnl, JbJ16(iS Vs. ?Id. Deficit, £43 Is. 7d. \ September 9.— Henry Williams, of Y(Jung, late store keeper. Liabilities, £11)2 8s. 3d. Assets-Lvalue of per sonal property. £1S; outstanding debts, £31 10s.: total, £4!) 10s. Deficit, £142 ISs. 3d. September 10.— William Mansfield, of Casllcrengh-strect, Sydney, out of business. '^Liabilities, £86' Us. 7tl. Assets value of personal propeityV£4'...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. WEDNESDAY, (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

NEWCASTJVE.JfOLlOE. WE1-NESB^Y. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P. M.) DniiNicF.NNtss, &c.' — Mary Eatun was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Uohon-street, on the Kjtli instant. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 20s., or 48 hours in the cells. — James Ashman, miner, was also J charged with a similar offeuuc, and was fiued 5s., or 21 j hours in the lock-up. Assault. — Thomas M1 Williams, was charged with assaulting and beating his wife, but flit matter was ulti mately brumrht to an amicable conclusftni. 1'KIDAV. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) Dbseiition. — John llolfe and Ueorga Day, seamen, wcie apprehended on suspicion of deserting from their vessel, and were forwarded to the Wuter Police oilice, Syd ney, to be dealt with. ?

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MAITLAND. MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

.MAITLAND.' ??^?t : . ? ? (From the Maitland Mercury.) , MAITLAND CIRCUIT QOUJH. f (Before His Honor the Chief Jtahcj 1 P Tuesday, Septeuber 10 ' tu' Horsb STEAMNO.-John Green, John Bi '?fi Francis Conway, convicted on Monday of W '° were sentenced to five years' hard Uboi oa Ki i ,'*' RAPE.-Michael Breen was indicted fefc!- M' -c saultmg and ravishing Rachael Lett »t Vi,~* jJ 00 ^ r30^ Apritf 't prison« PWST was defended by Mr. Sheppard ; attorney Mr fi - From the evidence it appeared that p»jctntf. . V husband, who was a shepherd, were 1Mb, £JZ ,, ' Pine Rmge Station, Liverpool Plains lUr v ?* pged 17, was also shepherding with hii f»tt f ? J were at homo «Hh tWeir mother, when He cr., s L Wto the hut. The uearest resident irai ftur a h ( TO Prisoner said he was going to Black Creek ,1 J,' „, work, and witness gave him some tea, s.nd brtti x- '??!.» m the verandah ; he remained there some I im. ,Jj ' re quently followed witness into the huMnW ''?' cheque for £3, saying he wanted t...

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THE DENIS0N DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

THE DENIBON DIGGINGS. The Sydney Herald has been favoured by Mr.Tho mna Dangar, M. L. A., with the following extracts from letters he received respecting the above dig gings:— 'Moonan Brook, September 3. 'Dear Sir — I have just forwarded a letter to the post master-genera), signed by nearly Beventy diggers, and most of the inhabitants on the -river, graying for the establish^ ment of a post-office here. Vfe aro in a sorry plight hcre\ now. Mr.Whlte hat, of course, refused to bring the letters frvtttt Snnna nnrl tua liavn tnarnn mhv /vfliAv ninaitn /%P nnm_ munication. Hundreds will bo coining here, for very rich discoveries have just been mado in quartz veins, some par- . tics getting from two to three ounces per day, with the dish alone, besides wonderfully rich specimens. In this di lemma, I think your voice would blof tho greatest service . to us if you would be so kind as to write to the postmaster, . recommending the granting our petition, should it meet your approval. In (act,...

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

CORRESPONDENCE.^ -. ~ We are not to be considered as identifying ourselves with the opinion* expressed by correspondents, for even whilst our views may be diametrically opposed to theirs, we are always willing to give insertion to any communication, ex- . pressed in terms of intelligence and moderation.— Editor Newcastle Chronicle.

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AUSTRALIAN AND INDIAN COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

AUSTRALIAN AND INDIAN COAL. The following tabular statAnint, which appeared in the Baity News of 18th Mnji, shows the respective qualities of Australian, Norbudda, and other coal :— ? J9?3 Wlf if^s !l| p e lifflifflif! ?Sf l|4. ill iM-' 1 1 ig '^y^ * ? *? III ' -' I I I ** ' III V fr'' fff rTf ?*??*? Specifio gwU to^g -«&i5 £ g Si 'Gravity .in fao-H ojcio -».ocn s5w V lumps. 8**io Cncnife qoooq ; seiQ . i*!° . *Eg ™.« S|g Coke. . : : : ?-.:::? : : : -3&P 'Sis,? g!3£S ISSg SS=S? 883 .Volatile m ' l*'ct ' feg ^ wei Sffi 3, .Matter, g ~~. T^ : 'Volatile n III I '.'.?' '? I I feS£ ?Matter § : : : ; : : .? : : : £»;».2 after do- h : : : : : : : : : e*s~ ducting ' _. ? . . ? . ? .Ash. !?*?*. ih&f 'fr* ^?f° i.K rgfe -^b 6§8 ? fefefe s^ur- The Miners' Stiiikb.— We have received informa tion that a meeting was held yesterday between the delegates - and managers, iu reforonou to the recent strike, a,nu aro grieved to learn that the interview has 'ended in #b food resul...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 14 September 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— Can you give any reason why the oUzciis of New. castle have not yet formed a compaurJLto gnre themselves a good and cheap light in their streeijPJlienrfublic build ings, railway stations, hotels, shops, ana even their private dwellings? Coals are cheap enough here— that can't be the excuse. That the city is not large enough cannot be the excuse. Neither can it,bi; for the want of means. Where U the mayor of Newcastle ? Let somebody look him up and requesT him to call a public meeting, and see nilULIICl u ouintrfitiifc uuuiubi ui vuiwi^iiaiiitj iiiwii bniiuut Mb found to form a staunch and respectable company, and thus get our city to look cliecrfu.1 at night, to say nothing of the economy and comfort tliafywquUI ensue. 1 fuel we may safely conclude, that suflicjew enterprise and talent will be found in the pkici to initiate the work, and, as far as the success and profit is concerned, let me ask, where is the company, with half the faci...

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

HOM-OWAY'S HLL5. l f i Chest Complaints. ~ v, , TVTQ diseases are more frequent, few more diuigtrur \ '-*-' affections of tlie respiratory organs. lhe-in(ijf of catarrh, bronchitis, and influenza nay *lwnu i cully removed by Holloway'a renowned pills Then t remedy any temporary stagnation of blood, Tctyit overgorged veins, moderate the, nurriod hicatliing,iSUt able the lungs to do their office with e&si anil iffKUn These pills, by their -purifying powen, i lcante t« from all impurities, find fortify the lyttcra egaiutf , sumption, asthma, and similar com plninu. ;, - Stqmach, Liver, Kidneys, and Dwelt. . , , From ratious caJB^Acao organs are ftequentlypS ; ' out of order, and 'WfKfc some suitable nifdlao»)rj - late them. Hollowny's pills effect this object witlim ?? ful celerity and certainty. They do notdittreutherji :;' or weaken the frame ; they thoroughly invigorit ).', ? digestive orgaus. They gently excite tbe jlonuai i. liver, stimulate Uie kidneys to perform thwhtt v...

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