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

HOSPITAL MEETING. To the Editor of Vie Aewcasffr Chromclt. Sir— As one of the old supporters of the Newcastle hospital,' I attended.'their last meeting, held in the court, house on' Tuesday last, for the purpute of remodelling the rules by which that charitable institution is iu future to be governed. My object in addressing you is to bring the conduct of the vice-president (the Rev. B. E. Shaw, li.A..), as chairman, prominently before the subscribers. In the first place, at the openingjof the meeting, a letter from fit, Bowker was produced, unontned by the.secretary, from its being addressed to the meeting awimMvd, which the chair man declined to open unless airectea so 10 ao oy mem. Now, Mr. Editor, I consider it the espeeial prerogative of the chairman to open all communications addressed to the meeting he presides over; and without reference, and in not doing so, there must, Ijfear, have been some secret motive for the course adopted (towards Dr. Bowker's letter— fur the usual c...

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

4i- ? STEAM TOWAGE. , I'h'i'Bu ? .The rates of Towage will be increased . fLlJb^v ? Tew PEit CENT-J(payf)ublished ratjs °C' '?''fMLfii^' during tne Btril^T/cunmencing froln feSSHlSM' this date. /CT- W yi , BINGLE AND CO. t,'y Newcastle, 7th September, 1851. ? ? :oi t|ri : STEAM TO SYDNEY. M.I i The Australasian Steam Navi ?! '4ISHk Bat'on Company's Steamers will leave ^ffi||||||&*MoRPKTii (calling at Newcastle), \i ^^^^^ until further notice, as follows : — |' |0N D A Y S ) rLtAt0N0- Captain Adams, ^IfUElD At S- 7/ *l 8 O-cfocka-m- ? ? 'J Wrs DAYS \ cYta0Y( captain Mulhlll, ?fBIADAYS,/&?at2o-cl09kP-ra- J i-| v. ?.?? GEORGETR. DIBBS & CO., ^ t ':'/. '.' Agents, Scott-street. iflfleireaBtlc, September 14, 1861. ? U j FOR THE OTAGO_GOLD FIELDS. !' ^lA The fino fa8t ?liPPer hr]S ' YARROW.' ? IaS^. .'^'1'3 vesse''w''')e despatched from New $ ^gdx^Jcastlc on or about the 20th instant, and $\wM(tiz£. offers- a dcsjyiKle opportunity for pas wmm- Bengerg jmr fii^ K ??...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

VICTORIA, /'^f UN tho morning ot. the 5th'in^| patches were received from Mr. A %jjf\ by the Exploration Committee, .iwl that Mr. Howitt and his parwjjjj maroo, which is, about twelve mmm Menindie, on Wednesday, the l^JQl and was at Bilpa on the;l7th,ij^m beiug somewnat impeded by the &f$r horses not being on anything KbRoJf with the camels. Mr. Howitt took fifj seven camels and thirty-seven, horses »J stores for five months, with the exoeiff meat, of which he had been only pblei P sufficient for nine weeks.*— *4r'0ttf, I:M A very curious case~was brought ^. the East Collingwood Police Court oi instant, one Percy Addison Col* :iM apparent respectability, being %tl]M linquent. The prisoner, on the jft evening, took a tin of herringsfro^ffi door of Messrs. Scott nnd Wiisbnjlp at the corner of Gertrude and deomlp and ran to wards- Victoria Parade, jS- was informed of the theft, &ii Uhm depredator nearly as far as tlie'PAraW Cole turned round and presented & 1L a...

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NEW ZEALAND. THE TUAPEKA GOLD-FIELDS. We have papen from Otago to the 30th ultimo. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

NEW ZEALAND. THE TUAPEKA GOLD-FIELDS. We have papers from Otagoto the 30th ultimo. The Colonut of the 23rd says :— The escort from Tuapeka arrived on Wednesday, bringing about 5055 ounces of gold. Mr. Booth, who has been amongst the most fortunate, also brought in about 70 ounces on his own account, and from the latter we have received a few pirticulars with regard to the state of things on the diggings. It appears that the receiv ing office was opened on Saturday at one o'clock for the receipt ot gold and closed at hve, oy wnicn hour as much had be--n deposited as the horses be longing to the escort could carry. Great dissatisfac tion was expressed at the inadequate provision made by Government for the transmission of the gold to town, the diggers appearing to have become alive to the danger of retaining large quantities of the precious metal in their possession, from 15,000 to 20,000 ounces being still in their hands. The diggers are represented as being universally willing to pay...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

? Tub intelligence lately received from what, we presume, may now be termed the Otago gold-fields/ appears likely to lead to as . .considerable an exodus from the colonies situated oh the Australian continent as went forth from New South Wales and Victoria on ] the occasion of the memorable 1'orfc Curtis rush. As yet, the mania has not seised upon tlie miners of New South Wales like it has upon those of the younger colony ; but even here, several vessels have already left, freighted with men going forth to seek that wealth in New Zealand which they have been unable; to secure in New South Wales. Whether their success . there will be greater than here is a .. , question that, time alone can answer. At '. present the news is not of the clearest. All that we know is that a gold-iield has been ' discovered, and that it is proved to be a pay able one ; but what its extent is—whether it be confined to the particular locality where toe miners arc said to have been at work at the dote of th...

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

Friday. September 13. The assembly met at tweuty-nine minutes past three p ra. In answer to questions of Mr. Shepherd, whether the government purposed placing sums on the estimates for a public wharf at Manly Beach, and clearing the Parraraalta river, respectively, Mr. Arnold stated that the government had no such intention in either case. Certain questions about education, stand 'in the name of Mr. Holt, were objected to by tho speaker, as involving debate, and therefore contrary to tho standing orders. Mr. Forster presented a petition from Mary Louisa Watt, widow, praying relief for ?loss caused to her late husband by the tanners' and cuniers' net. Mr. Holt gave notice of a motion censur ing the secretary for works for an unsatis factory reply to a question of his on the railway question. The members of the committee of elections and qualifications were sworn in. Mt. 'Buchanan moved the second reading of the bill to promote drainage. Great ad vantages had arisen in England, aud wo...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

TELEGRAPH IC NEWS. . nURRANGONG. lass, Friday Evening.— Lambing Flat. 0 a.m.— Great excitement was manifested at Lambing Flat on receipt of yesterday's papers, containing the news from the Otago goldfields, and many are leaving daily. The theatre at Lambing Flat is open to-night, fur the purpoic of raising funds for the defence of the men ahimt to be placed un their trial for rioting. A very crowded meeting U expected. The Lord liishnp of Sydney urrired yesterday, and last night preached at Mr. Cohen's Inn. To-day his lordship has gone to Uurrowa. The roads are very bad, and drays arc bugged and broken down in all directions.— E., Sejil.li. I.AMHINO FLAT. Thursday. S a.m. — The bishop of Sydney arrived here yesterday. Divine service was held at Spring Creek and Lambing Flat, and the bishop leaves this morning forlSiir rowa. The late accounts frouuNew Zealand nre causing great excitement. Many arc leaving. MKI.BOURNK,. ThursdayEvening.— The escorts have arrived with 4'2,Ji!)2 ozs. Th...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Legislative assembly. Thursday, Septcmber 12. The assembly Wet tit'twcr/ty-nine minutes 'after six $.m. Mr. Baniel risked tho colonial sccretiiry, ' Whether ft, h? incumbent upon the judge of a district court to reside ifi the district for which he in -appointed; ami, whether it is the intention of the ;goverftraent to require such residences in all cases ?' Mr Cowpcr Baid no general rule had been laid down. It was not possible always to enforce the same practice, which might cause great hardship in some cases. Bift 'thegovdrtttaent would see that no additional expense was imposed upon the public by the non- residence of nny Mr. Sadlier gave notice of a ne'W 'clause in the gold fields' management bill, intended to prevent the issue of new miner's rights to Chinese ufter a certain date. Mr. Macleay also gave notice of motion for a sum of money to provide for a bridge ?at Gundogai. In answer to a question of Mr. Dangar, Mr. Weekcs stated that blankets ha...

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NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. Pursuant to advertisement, an adjourned meeting of tho subscribers to the hospital was held on Friday evening last, at the court-house, for the further consideration of the proposed new rules. The attendance was somewhat limited, and tlic following gentlemen took part in the proceeding*, which were almost entirely of a conversational character; — llev. ll.E, Shaw, Rev. Canon Fletcher, Messrs. Ilaunell, Ilolton, Berner, Ward, Davison, Huchatmn, Dibbs, Rowc, McrrinRton, Mcnzics, Brown, Kemp, Pratten, and Rodgcrs. The CiMlfiMA.v, in opening the proceedings, s.iid that important interests were involved in the consideration of tho rules referred to, and ho Hoped that every attention would he paid to their carerul consideration. . The Hev, Canon Fmitciieii, honorary secretary, then read the minutes ol the last meeting, and the discussion of tho rules was then proceeded with, eommonciug at rule 13. Soino slight alteration was made, in the election of auditors, and on th...

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(From the Argus, September 12.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

(From tht Argiii, September 12.) ib The clipper ship Kent, captain Clayton, was telegraphed itai Cape Otway yesterday numing, ami passed through iPort Philip Heads shortly before three o'clock p'. in., in firtenty-five days fro-n England. She hrinjs news one day filler thin was received by the last mail. \ Evhoration Pomus.— At the commencement of 1860, Ail ftincl« in the hands of the Emigration Commissioners fit the conduct of Australian im nigration were:— For Victoria, £50.000 j New South Wales, .£25.090 ; South Australia, £9030. During the year, the only remittances Ilier received were £61,000 fro-n New South Wales, South c!An!trili».;*n(l Queensland. Tlie uovcrnor ot iNcw souin ''Wiles hid intimated that the aisisted emigration is to ter Aninste witfi the fulfilment of the existing engagements. ?vflie usisted emigration to South Australia has aljo been f jiicontinued, and tliecotn:iiissioiiera have been ordered to Wpi/over the bahnuc ;of the luiuW in th;ir hands to the 4»rani«l...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Th t: c-mnci! met, as usual, on Monday evening last. Pre. s:-nt— Mis worship the Mayor, aldermen Bolton, Fleming, Kemp, Tighe, and Ross. The Tows Cm:iik read the minutes of the last meeting. A letter from the department ol the secretary of land* was then read, cancelling the sum of £40:i recently voted and placed to the credit of the council for the establish, ment of a punt at Kilroy, and stating that a punt at Glebe Island would be used in nlace thereof, as the inuney to voted would he differently applied. Aldcr:nan ISoltox gave notice of his intention to move —'That a rate of one shilling in the pound be levied on all rateable property within the municipality, during the current year.' Alderman Bolton also moved) (he adoption of the assessment bonks fur the current year. The thanks of the council were due to the mayor, for the very accurate and careful inn-ner in which they had been laid before them, aud he would now beg to move their adoption. The mo tion ...

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THE WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

THE WAR IN AMERICA. Congresi assimbled at Washington on .the Cth of July, ludtlie President delivered the;mess.-ige. i ThCjHouse voted SOU millions of dols. ' The troops of the Northern States hare achjeyea same 'igcMiH' over the confederates in Western VirKinia. It is isserted that there is .a glowing disposition on both kin to treat .for peace.

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THE MINERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

THE MINERS' STRIKE. ' It is with feelings of no ordinary satisfaction that we arc nt present in a position to announce the probable termina tion (if at least a portion of the present dulness and in activity among our min.u^ population; and, we sincerely trust, the consequent retjm ofthat commercial prosperity the abstnee of which \n* recently been so severely felt in our midst. Labour has givpii promise of a triumph over capital, and the spirit and perfeverance exhibited by those miners who luve associated together fur the carrying out of the co-operative scheme at their mine at Wnllsend, is ap. purenuy auout to be rewarded with the success which it deserves. We are induced to make these remarks owing tu I he fact that a sutcinun if coal was rhown to us yesterday, from the new co-operalU'e company's pit, and which is one of the finest samples, m far as appearance is concerned, which we have yet teen in this district. A shaft was com menced on Monday morning last, by a party of from ...

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COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. ^ -The wool sales exhibit n decline of ljd. per Ib.; 12.000 Mies h»ve b**11 60'1'' Present'rates are even expected to iffij Xsllow h»s a downward tendency. Quotations— na to £W p« to» ! ox lallow' Ci.1 10 *48- The rilte for mie, luve receded onc.eighth of a 'penny per Ib. F ^a attempt has been made to assassinate the King of * 'Ihe OoTornmcnt of Atntria coincides with trance in R Sie uolicy adopttil by the H-upcrorNapileqn at Rime. 3. It is expected that the French troops wiU'cvacuate the 1 AH' th* European Sovfreiitns are invited to attend the Sjronition of the King of Prussia. ''Thentw Sultan of Tnrkcy has commenced his Go fnrnment by inaugurating mast extraordinary and tre. fBffldoui retrenchments. „.,.., i luir '» making ita way to independence. The Minister ftoinTiirin has been recived in Paris, and the two courts |^rl exchanged complimentary recognitions.

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

MULTUM IN PAltVO. The IllawarraJ-Vprm saya that there were1 ho leas' .than seventeen Vessels at Wollongong and Beilombi during last week, all waiting (or Coal. A man named John Edwards, has been drowned by falling at night into a lagoon, at Deniliquin. Shearing operations had also commenced at Deni liquin. The proprietors of the Redbank colliery, Queens land, nave raised tne price ot coat at tne pit s mouth, from 10s. Cd. to 16s. per ton. This advance1 has, no doubt, been caused by the strike 'at New castle having created a greater export demand tot Brisbane coaU Tub annual dinner, in celebration of the Rand wick races, came off w'th great eclat on Saturday evening last, at TatteraaU's. A man named Thomas Booth, committed suicide last week, at Queanbeyan, by shooting, him.elf through the brain. A public meeting is also an nounced to take place* for the extension of the tclo graph to the above town.' Some large finds of gold have recently taken place at Orange. A 36-oz. nugget was fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

: STEAM TOWAGE. V ' ? *\. ?» ^*e ra'es °f Towage will be increased ',-lJ^^^ Ten per Cent/ on published rates S^MS-^during the tttiMj commencing from '?\jjL-i— '^ this date. J I v--' /BINGLE AND CO. /Kevrcastlc, 7tlt September, 1851. ? f~~ STEAM TO SYDNEY. ? AA ^'^ Australasian Steam Navi i fC.^fsf1 ivK gation Company's Steamers will leave i JK/1 '$Jj-Morpetk (calling at Newcastle), 1 2\ ? , . . rj- until furtherncftice, as follows : — ? MONDAYS h^I^c tftIn Adams- THURSDAYS f J»t 8 o'clock a.m. TUESDAYS \ CottARoyF Captain MuihnJi -.Fit I DAYS. / * 2 o'clock p.m. J ''' , 3E0RGE R. DIBBS & CO., * ' . ' Agents, Scott-street. Ifeircaitle, September 14, 1801. ? FOB THE OTAGO GOLD FIELDS. ' -i-- The fine fast clipper brig 'YARROW.'' ' Jf\Mv This vessel will be despatched from New \yM^-cast^ onoraDOUt tho 20th instant, and *'_L. :^ii5» offers a desirable .opnortunity for jpas : , sengers. U j Q. j/^ , ? Application to be made to ( *J 'Jr f\ '? -'??' BINGLEIAND CO., ' I $''g§ff-jphi...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPfNG; , ARniVAI.8. September H.— 'ames I'axton, schooner, 61, Carte, from' Grclcmit* September H.~ Venture, brig, 117, Tosli, from Mel- ! bourne. I . September If. — Mary Hratlfiird, American ship. 700, Thompson, from I.-mdnn via Melbourne, with part of »ri. Rinal enrgo. Jtiu^k' smi Co., ngentf. liKPAUTUllKS. Rpp'!rmberil4.— Kiailo, barque, Curry, for Adelaide, with 422 tons small coal. September 1+.— Prince Arthur, barque, Young, for Ade laide, with Old tons small coal. September Jf.-Mosi.lle, xcliooner, Chalmers, for Laun. ncston, with lJt tons coal. September M. — A lined a, schooner, 210, N. B.CIeary, for Melbourne. Cargo : 2B bags maize, -WU0 irojibark upokcs, j50 ton* coal, and G? logs cedar. Joseph Ward and Co., ngents. COASTERS INWARDS. September II. — Atlantic, Catherine, and Comet, from Sydney. } September 15.— Unity, nnd Ann .Sanderson, from Sydney. ; COASTMtS OUTWAIIDS. { ?Septamlier 1*.— Little I'pt, nnd Nancy, for Sydney. September 15.— Dart, and Herculea...

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THE RANDWICK RACES. (Abridged from the Empire.) FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

THE HANDWICK RACES. {Abridged from the Empire.) FIRST DAY. The Spring mooting of tho Australian Jockey Club begun on Thursday, under most favourable auspices. Tho morning opened clour nnd fine, and a brisk westerly breeze, combined with a dear bluo sky, to Bupply ono of those lovely in pirilioK days which constitute suoli a marked feature at this period of the year in our Austra lian olimatc. From midday, aDd even before, omnibuses well laden had begun their journey iugs along tho South Head Itoad j but tho stroam was certainly not overwhelming. Hid Excellency the Qovornor nnd suite camo on tho ground (shortly before one o'clock, and was warmly ohoorod b)th oa his arrival and his departure. We noticed, also, upon the Grand Stand, tbo President of tbe Legislative Qounoil, nnd eomo of tho Ministors, as well n« numerous members of both Houses of tho Logistaturo. The Commander of tbe Korces, Colonel Kompt, wub likewise present, nnd the officsrs of tbe Army, as^woll us of thcVoluntccrs, ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

3YDNEY. Mr. Sheridan Moore's Oration. — On Friday evening this gentleman delivered an oration at the school of Arts, Sydney, on Australian poetry. The audience was re spectable. The speaker commenced by des cribing an allegory, in which he represented a choice of three gifts, as being once given, when poetry was preferred as being immeasur-.. ably superior to any other. The scope and end of the poet's mission, and what consti tuted poetry, were considered. A number of Kendall's poetns were rend and applauded, especially ' Kiama,' ' L-esert Travellers,' 'The Curlew/' 'Oposnm Shooting,' 'Death of the Kangaroo,' and ' The Cattle Hunt.' After pointing out the poetic beauties of those pieces, the speaker exhorted, his audience to assist in the effort to have Kendall's poetns collected and published, observing at the same time, that it was poetry that elevated the character of the people. Barristers and Attorneys. — The fol lowing is Mr. Windeyer's bill as amended in committee of the Asse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

NKWsPArEti at SisoLBTOH.— A-pabllerow t C held last Wednesday at Singleton, for the piitpoM*' I ing into consideration tho establishment ol ? »«JM J that town. The attemlano. wai fatr. Tb« «»«?£**?« by Mr. W. C. Lesley, and a lengthy ?^'W.K, ,, ? by Mr. Seekamp, who said that the ooncero««f ,„? aged. by: a joiutstook company, «» * *2« (:. { b8 £300, in sixty shares of £5 ?*»-. ..XBb°-S { amount to about £12 per week, «nd toe ««Wi ,'* . £17 10s., -thiiii leaving a net P' VfSli°}ffi* -t title of the jonrrft w^ldbe the «M'f'«ffl' ! J rtckS Plains JdrirtUcr. It would bP»»S (:. the usual broadsheet size. The project wij W™ J i; tcrtained. and a committee was .formed W.^W^ ? \ effect. Tho Orst number will appear on Sstur^i » ft e October next;- . , nj I;1, , Hot.LOWAY'8 Pat.B.-Livcr and ?''''?JK'to , t weather, with .the chilly 'monrrnCT w4. «'n'^.ji -?/. produces derangement ,of tho digest Wo olJ™,i -, ilamands early attention: or more violent ?«seiw , , ? , For tho speedy euro of indlRe...

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