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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. -'' NKW INSOLVENTS. i . .. September 13.— Thomas Hnlancl, of MelVHtenurn land, tanner. Liabilities,' £93 Its. Assel»(»»MH«: property. £10; of personal property, «SW delicit, '£78 Ms. . ' ..--«, September 13.— George Ireland, of Monns, In tbew of Braidwood, innkeeper. Liabilities, £«2 I'M value of real property (mortgaged), £M0 j ofM property, £9.1; outstanding debts, £201°J.f«W IOj.; deficit, £121 16s. . I: September 13.— The chief commissioner «porl» Willi.i'n Atlkins having applied for .a certificate, aw ing failed to attend, he (the chief commissioner) in adjournment f.ir hucIi uttondance, had deotrled nponn ground*, to renise the certificate. Oa Ihe day «W -* ti this decision, he received a letter fwm 'hi'w withdrawing (or purporting to wilhdrtw) hi i «»» fir n certificate, and staling his intention to win Tho grounds of refusal wero that insolvent had rt violated or neglected to comply with tho provislont' Insolvent Act. Tlttt being indebted n- ' »» ™J? means; ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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COMMERCIAL. VALUE OF COAL IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

COMMERCIAL. ?;-? VALUE OP COAL IN CALIFORNIA. Mfl We have been kindly favoureil by Mr.w. H. Whyte, mer. lit .eiiot, of (hit city, with the following circular, which has I1 lost come to band. It shows that a marked change is £l lively to take place in the trade between this colony nnd 'TVTJiliforma, both ai regards the shipments of coal, and ..'* *ht«t :- [circular.] ,,. L Via lWet's Sound. ;* f San Francisco, 1st July, ISG1. »' * To William Henry Whyte, Esq., Newcastle, N.S. W. *' ' Dear Sir— This being the first year that our wheat jjli reached England in sufficient quantities to enable an opin ? ion to bo formed there, we wait with anxiety a knowledge I* M to' what that final opinion may be. Reports hitherto E .We heel) unfavourable ; the flint;/ quality of the grail), ? Mud the dirty .condition of all tho cargoes, have ruiscd i; *S*init it a strong prejudice. From this we infer that ?? otdera hereafter will be at a price sufficiently low to ncu. ( : Craliza those objections j and...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL Mercury Office, Tuesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

FlRIYAL OF THE MAIL 'llnm tht Maitlaml Mercury's Sydney Telegraphic v. Correspondent.) Mercury Ojjirc, Tuesday, il a.m. ill dr»k down occurred in the Mediterranean, and we WJi /oho Russell is create.l Barl Russell. Ita Herbert, of Lea (l.te Mr. Sydney. Herb-.*) -,a, foed bis office of Secretary at War. .ill Sr George Cornwall Lewis has succeeded Lord Her gwjjorge Grey i» Secretary of State for the Home De. j? _,,nt in place of Lewis. SdMll has become Chancellor of the Duchy of Lao. fijrtescue is the new Secretary for Ireland, in place of B* lorf 'o0''')U . ' ouiee oj unoer ore. tte ,,,.» for Foreign Affairs. ^fc'pirl DeGrey is appointed Under Secretary for War, ell -j Mr Layard Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs. ^i Lcordine to the last census, the population of London !BCTn5fcreEsed la percent, since the yc.irl8.51. ?t'fllr M'Farlane, of the South Australian free Rifles, won i n'rt nt the Wimbledon Rifle Match, and was coin. iSSeHthereniibytlieDute of Cambridge. *ST!ie Volunteer A...

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

NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. (Hefore II. Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Hanncll, Esq., J. P.) DnuNKENNKSB, cVc— John M'Cloou, labourer, was charged with being drunk in a public place, on the 13th instant, and was fined 10s., or 48 hours in the lock-up.— Catherine. Uaker also pleaded guilty to a similar offence, und was 10s., or the usual alternative. Nbolectino to Pay Tiiein, Passaob.— Napoleon Kettle, clerk, and John Smith, carpenter, were charged with negiecilllg tu P-v l'''r imv iruui avuucjr iu i^uwvusmu, in tho steamer City of Newcastle. The chirgc was fully proved by the company's clerk, and the defendants were ordered to pay a line of 10s., or in default to bo imprisoned ?18 hours. Tho ease of William Murphy, charged with committing a rape unit) the person of Agues Lumndaine, was Hgaiu postponed until the 17th instant. Escort op Pruoneiis.— On Monday last, an escort of eloven prisoner* arrived per steamer Collsroy, from Sydnuy, en routs for Mslthnf. They hid bomi convicted nt the r...

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

. VOLUNTEER PICNIC. Tub first anniversary of the inauguration of the Newcastle volunteer corps, was eclebrattd yesterday (the exact date, the 15lh instant, occurring oi Sunday last) by a picnic party on the North Shore, neirly opposite Noh'by's. The charming weather was admiribly suited to the occasion, and as the corps (who appeared in undress uniform) marched down Watt-ntreet, U the place of embarkation, headed by their excellent hand, the bright ba;onets of the rifles glittering in the rays of ihe tun, and their white cap covers, presented a very RtriKmg appearance. The steamer Lowcstoft, had been very kindly placed at the disposal of the volunteers, by Mmrs. Dingle and Co,, and a number of citizens also joined the excursionists, .though a still greater number might have been expected. .The strains of music were occasionally heard floating melodiously on the breeze, and after a pleasant passage of about half-an-hnur, the wteamer anchored off lilufT Head, about four mi Jos from th...

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BATHURST CRIMINAL COURT. (Before his honor Mr. Justice Milford.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

Ti.vrmTns'ikjjimrrwArY flhriRT. iii ( Before his^TOor Mr. Justice Millbrd.) : !* Murder.— Michael Walsh was iudicted for mWJ -p nnd of nnlice aforethought, killiu* and murdering (j. Watt, at Triseut Flat, on the 22nd June, 1861. Prime , pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr, Hdqji, From the evidence, it appeared that prisoner anddetra || were working together in the bush, »nd occupied thi m \\ hut, but they appeared to be good friends. Ontheeiw „ of the '22nd June, they weretogetherproceedinjhommi „ when they met three men whom they imagined »ereW :\, rangers. Tlie prisoner roda away, and called upa! 6i ceased to follow, but he did not do it, and prisoner i»c| wards heard one of the three men exclaim 'flrel's« j, ceased was found next morning quite dead, iljj ft rcui'ivcu tji'Tcrai wuunos, aim me i)K'k '*'b h-.-. wfijf u^ through. Tho crown prosecutor, in opening the cats (j,, that the case was a very singular one, and akhourtS !,„, was no direct proof against trie accmed, hS'J...

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MAITLAND DISTRICT COURT. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 18 September 1861

MAITLAND ? CIRC CUT COURT. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) Fmdav. Septemech 13. Assault with Intent.— James Ilorrigan was indicted fur unlawfully assaulting M.*-ry Robinson, at Hiuton, on the 19th December. IS5S, with intent, violently, and against her will, to ravish her. Two other counts also charged him with assault ami intent to inflict grievous bodily harm. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was dcfiMrled by Mr. Faucett. From the evidence it appeared that mi the evening of the day mentioned, John Waterson was riding alung a bush road, by Pjddy Murphy's Hollow, and heard sounds as of screamiinc and niiarrellinz: on (?citing. nearer, he saw the prisoner with Mary Ann Kobin son, on the ground, struggling together, nud he heard the prisoner say ne would throttle her if the continued to cry fur help. Her clothes were disordered, and her hair was hanging over hershoulders, and entangled with leaves. On seeing witness, the prisoner got up and ran away, and the girl flung her n...

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

MARRIAGE. On the 13th instant, by the Rev. T. Gainford, James Reed, bachelor, to Mrs. Jane Harden Hogan, widow, both of Newcastle.     The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1861.    

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday. September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday. September IS. The council met at twenty minutes .past four o'clock. The statistical register fbr«1800 was laid upon* the table. In reference- to a question of which Mr. Deas Thomson proposed to givo notice on behalf of Sir W.M. Manning,-respecting the intention of tho government as to claims profcrredfby various parties as discoverers of gold, Mr. Robertson -stated that regulations had been approved by the government for the establishment of courts on tho various gold fields,- to which all such claims wouUl be submittod. Mr. M* Arthur presented a petition sigued by '-f 1138 persons, praying for a measure -to restrict the immigration of ' Chinese The house adjourned until Wcdnosday next.

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

PARLIAMENT OFNEW SOUTH WALES. ?LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, September 17. The assembly met uttwenty-ssven minutes pnst three p.m. Mr. Cowper roso to offer a. ministerial ex planntion with reference to the adverse vote of Friday last, on the church and school bands' question. Whatever might be their ?fluty under ordiimry circumstances, ministers thought, that having pledged themselves to carry cortain measures, itliov were bound not 'to abandon their offices Jor the present, unless ?a direct vote of the house should lake those measures out of their hands. The lion, member further expressed a hope that fewer *f abstract questions' would be brought for ward. In this matter the government thought nothing should be done until a bill had been .jwtssed They thought it their duly to sell the lands. He and his colleagues were pre pared to agree to any proposal for expediting the land bills, even to suspension of the standing orders. His own wish on the .pre sent occasion had been to resign...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD' FURNITUE, AND . COTTAGE PIANOFOilXE, . ._ Mil. W. K. LO€H1IH311} HAS 1-ecn favoured) with instructions from ,MV. J. M,O'HKV'(who iaahout leaving the district), to soil In1, public auction, on the pretiiines, Hnnlur strcet, on THURSDAY next, 20th September, nt 11 o'clock precisely, tho whole of the superior HOUSK HOLD FUHNiTURK, comprising-- ? . ' —' llfttuUome loo tables,, ichcta and other , tab lei, chairs, mirror, ornaments, Miorse-huir sofa,' Ili-ussela cnqiet, rug, fenders, fire ironti, Venetian blinds, clocks, oltomniia, splaudid engravings, brass tuhulnr fuiir-poit Wd4j«-j/chi'!it druwei'd, towel hoi'.iua, wnslHUiuds n-itCsct.y(douhlr mil} uingle), inirrors, dressing tables/ olnld.'it cot, mnttresien, chuira, carpet, tamp, /lid n (quantity of suudrios. ALSO, A brilliant-toned Cottage Pt.VMoronTn, nearly new;- n beiiuiiful instrument, can be highly ro coniiiieiided. Tojrether with tha wholo of the K-itchen ulcnuil*,. comprising a mos...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. KI-.W INSOLVENTS. September 17. — Elias Moses, of. Sydney. Liabilities £21,317 17s. -id. Assets, value of real property (mort: gaged), jC22,-H-7 ; of perRon.il property, £7GU5 2s. lid.;, outstanding debts, £3772 13s. : total, £33,885, 0d. lid. ;. surplus, £%o7 3*. 5d. ?*&§& ? S^fe. The First SNAKr..-Wc learn thiif|$^;'dan6«roiir reptiles lire beginning to appear in places -.there tliey »ra nut wished fur, no ilotilit oeiu« enticed fraiiii their winter dormitories by tlic genial influence of the season?' On His afternoon of Sunday last, ns Mr. J. KankiifTof the Trndn. H all, was walking in a-iuddock nt Oj-kliampton.-witlt. Mr'.-. Ilallanl, he observed a large carpet snake sporting in tho ? Brass, nml lost no time in. attacking and killing it. Mr. llankin carried home the snake, which is a fine, specimen about 7Jfe'et long; and beautifully marked.— M.\ Mercury. l!)tli September. l ?-;.?. ' Timely Hrscue from Fiiie.— While we were walk- . ing along the ...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

QUEENSLAND. Tun Cotton Companv —The provincial com mittee of the Ipswich Cotton Company have sub mitted a report of their proceedings to the first general meeting of the company, held last Monday week. From thU document we luarn that nt the date of the report there had been 3M (shares in all taken up, presenting a capital of ±780, nnd that in all probability tlu remainder would bo absorbed ns soon us the company wns duly organised. Tho committee had been busv in mnkintr nrranecments for having 100 acres ready for tho reception of seed in all October. Of this quantity, sixty-three acres hart been Iwice ploughed und partly ha'rrowed, and would be ready tov tho reception of seed in about a week. The meeting appointed directors, nnd also trustees and auditors. The Iirihbanc Cotton Company are also proceeding with their operations on their farm nt the Cabulture River. About sizteen ncre* hare been prepared for seed; but il would nppear that the company only intend to plant u small por ti...

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THE A. A. COMPANY AND THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

THE A. A. COMPANY AND THE STRIKE. The following remarks njipcarod in the Empire of Tuesday hist : — Whatever may he the merits of the contests between labour nnd capital, as exemplified in the strike* at New castle and elsewhere, it can scarcely be maintained that the public revenue of this country ought to be thrown into the scale, in order to decide the dispute in favour of the cm. ployers. We have always been in the number of those who protested against the creation of public works for the mere purpose of employing labour, maintaining that this would be unfair to the capitalist, as bringing a third element into the field, and virtually taxing capital for its own injury. It is not likely, therefore, that we can pass unnoticed a case in which the funds levied by general taxation arc diverted to the purpose of subsidising capital in a contest with lahnur. wot a lew ol our readers will learn with astonishment that come five hundred coal miners are about to be imported from the United...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Thui. of lioATs. — A somewhat interesting ex periment look place at Gleaelg on Monday last. Mr. F. \V. White,. the galvanised iron worker, has recently manufactured n couple of flat bottomed iron boats to bii wn\ by Mr. F.. N. Bigot, in the navigatiun of the Murray, near his station, nnd these little crafts were transported for trial lo tiie Bay on Monday, and wa are informed found to answer nd miiablv. They arc remarkably liffht, and easily managed, a fact at once proved when we state that thine present ut the trial initiated n subscription duck hunt, one of theb -nts being used as the duck, the chase was an exciting one, and' created much amusement*. The duck, however, hafilcd completely all the effort* of the four-oared gig which wa3 in chase of her, nnd won the prize, after an exciting race of twenty minutes. — S. A. Advertiser. Gold Found at tub Sturt.— The same pa per,-, on the 3rd, states that a report had been in circula tion for several days, that geld had ...

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AN EPISODE IN THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

AN EPISODE IN THE STRHvE. Amono8T the many occurrences connected with the miners' strike, a circumstance that took place cu Tuesday last is well deserving of mention, as giving an unmistakcahle pmofof the hearty concurrence given to the miners by their wives and families in their determination not to resume work except upon such terms ns they demand from the coal companies. It might be imagined, from all that lias ap. noared in some of the public journals about [the distress that the miners' families would inevitably be subjected to i through the strike, that there would bs a strong disposition j «u»iongst them to induce the -nen to conic to an accommoda tion j but what we are abaut\o parrate will shew that, how. ever much they may desire thjfl'suuh a proceeding should take nluce, they not only agree with the miners in the course i they have adopted, but they are quite prepared to give practical proof of their'syinpnthy. It appears that, nt the Wallseild mine, there is a quantity of...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

YlOTOttlA. Co.vt at Griffith'* Point, Westrun Pout, Victoria. — A sample of coal has been shown to us from the seam lately discovered at Griffith's Point, Western Port Hay. It seems to be of good house hold quality, and' if the vein is of. any. thickness, the discovery will ba of considerable importance. Tho mine i» situated at a point distant seventy-five miles by land from Melbourne, nnd within ten hours' steaming by sen, and- the natural facilities- for ship ment of the. coal at Gri Hi th's Point arc described as great. Minis tecs, we are informed, have been so far sa isfu-'d as to th« value of the- discovery that they haw given pecuniary assistance from the sum placad on the Estimates of 'the year fir smch purposes, and the seam is now in course of development. We shall be gratified should wi» learn nt n - distant day that the hopes and exppct.vions of the spirited pros pectors have, been realised. — Melbourne Argits, Foor Rot Cuke. — While on. the subject of sheep, we may menti...

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THE MINERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

THE MINERS' STRIKE. ?\Vr, regret that we are still unable to announce any satis factory intelligence respecting the probability of the strike coming tn a termination, On Tuesday last, the mnnagers of the different companies held a meeting with the dele gate!! for the purpose of discussing the resolutions adopted nt the late meeting nf the proprietors in Sydney, As will be seen from tho following, the ilolcgntcs agreed to sonic of the proposals, objected to othen, and wished others to re main as open questions. { Masters, Delegates. | 1. The present restriction 1. Objected to. as to the earnings of indivi. dunl miners to bo done away with. 2. Tho masters to have the 2. The masters to have tho liberty of employing what liberty of employing what man or men they think pro. man or men they think pro per, and of discharging any par, ami should any man wil man or men without Vicing in. fully violate the working rule tcrfercd with. of a colliery, the manager to ' have the power to discharge...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

NEW ZEALAND. - The lialjaarat Star has boon permitted to make the following extracts from n private li'ttcr, dated Tunpeka, 18th Augtut, ndtlre.tncd to ncituen nt D.il laarat:—' 'J'horn is no doubt Unit n gully lias been oponed just now as rich as any part of Aunvnlia for its si?.p, but whether (ho field will extend remains fur tho summer to prove. Tho fact that two thousand men nminiu at work during a winter of great severity is a proot that nearly all aro doing something. The gully is only three miles long, nnd every foot occu pied. A party nf five washed out l!ilbi. weight last week, another of six washed out 71bs. weight. Al though it is only live weeks begun, hundred* have nottcd from £30 to £2000. Few have done nothing that have tucil.t and provisions, ???»?? Every thing is awfully. donr, although only thirty miles from a markel, nnd foit.y-flco fi'oin JJuncriin, the ship ping port. The rondi nre so bad that .earring? is £100 per ton. Unless the field enlarge, I fear dig gers ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

TELEG IIAPHIC NEWS. i.A.MliING l'J.AT. Monday, 8 a.m.— Tho escort leaves with 2.397 ozs. The rush nn the Bnthiirst road, about three miles from the t'i»'nship, U turning out well. Many are still leaving for New Zealand. GOUl.ltUltS', Monday Evening. — The Goulbtirn circuit court was opened this morning before his Honor Mr. Justice Wise. M'Uride, Day, Tnmnlty, Coyle, nnd Rolleston, were in dicted for riot and disturbance at nurrangong, and the burning of the camp and piopcrty of the Chinese, on the 3Uth June last. The prisoners were defended by Mr. II nl- royd aud Mr.Salamun, barristers, instructed by Mr.Moflhtt and Mr. Gannon. Mr. Butler nddressed the court with a very temperate, but forcible speech, on the law nf riot. The jury were taken as called, there being no challenges on either side. The witnesses called for the crown wer* in spector Sanderson, and Cimdnn, Flanagan, uud Fciiton, nil of the police, and Mr. llenly, the Chinese interpreter. They deposed to the identity of the p...

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