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

SYDNEY'. Pitt-stiiert Tkxmway. — Tlio contractor for this undertaking Iius oiinjinenood operations by laying somo lengths of mil ut the junction of Pitt-str.cot with Bathurst-streot. Tlio lino whnn completed will present no obstacle, to tlio ordi nary trnfiio — thns showing how groundlt'88 woro tho objections niscd on timt seoro. The niodo of laying the rail* is not unliko thut adopted in connection with locomotive linos— tlio chief difforonco being that the Blcepers nnd rails of the ordinary locomotivo lines aro laid oo tho (surface of tho cnnankmcnls, whilst those of th? tramway aro let into the contro of tho street.— Empire, Suptorrber 1 9. Tramway to Botany. — A meeting of gentle men interested in the formation of a tramway to ]?otany, was held on Tuesday afternoon, at Messrs. llichardson and Wrench's auction rooms. A committco was formed to tako such stops as wero deemed ndvisablo to carry out tho project, and several gentlemen present stated their willingnoss to invost £1000 c...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. J (Abridged from the Mercury.) Monday, Suptcmdcr 10. (Reforq His Honor tho Chief Justice.) Anr.TTiNo a Mlnr.Acii of tub M.utniAot: Act.— Dixie Chapman was indicted for unlawfully and wilfully Assisting Thomas Whitehouso to marry Frances .Tana Potter nt Putcrson, on the 22ud July, without her father's written consent bavin;; been previously obtained, the said 1' ranees June Potter being then under 21 years of age, and her father living nt Ueiutolb.i, within tho colony of New South \v ales, and not incapable by distance, intoxication, or mental incapacity, of consenting to the marriage, tho sniil Dixie Chpanian knowing thu marriage to be illegal. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, lie was undefended. This case was connected with the abduction case tried on tho Oth, when Thomas Whitehouso was defendant. It appeared tlut Thomas K.rodells Whitehouso and Frances Jane Pwttcr worn married at Patursan on tho 22nd July, by tho Rev. fl. C. Claughton, the clergyman of the ...

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

MULTU.M IN PAHVO.' From the tenor of a private letter, just received, we learn that Messrs. Spier and- Pond are to leave Melbourne by the City of Sydney, for the purpose of conferring with the cricketers of New South Walei on- the subject of the proposed grand1 cricket tourney between the player* of Australia and those of the mother-country. Thesegentle men, it will be remembered, have undertaken the responsi bility of bringing out the Knglish players on the terms sub mitted by tho latter, and their object in coming to Sydney is to ascertain how far they can reckon on the co-operation of the public in Fuitherancc of tluir very spirited and ex pensive speculation. _ . . ._.... Mr. Collett, the commissioner for jioans, jjns de clared the bridge across the Page, between Haydonton and Murrurtindi, opened for traffic. The bridge was named by Mrs. Whiteman, sen. (the oldest lady resident in the dis trict), by breaking a bottle of wine on it and calling, it ' Arnold' Bridge. In the Legisla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

Fore many months, past not a mail has arrived from -'England without our receiving news of the gradualJy increasing intercourse of our qonntrymen with China. Ever since the sei zure of, the 'Arrow' lorcha flrst took place, it was easy. to foresee that the inevitable result would be the renewal of hostilities with the Celestial empire, and the enforcement of such t.f'i'ms ns wnnld npnn.tsni'ilv lnnfl fn n vnsr. in. crease in , our knowledge of that country. Hitherto; - our acquaintance with China, and its. enormous population, had been derived from what we had seen of a few of its seaport tgwiis,, and their immediate vicinity, together with the accounts, oftentimes unfaithful, of the 'few-Europeans who had penetrated to the far interior. Although we had made our ppwer felt upon the coast, and had even com pelled the cession of some small territory, yet it is a well-known fact, that 'nearly the whole of the inhabitants, except those who had ac tually witnessed our prowess, laboured un...

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

««f STEAM TOWAGR / f-l| The rates of Towage will be increased I^J^Tek per 'Cent, on published rates i' PS^during the strikc/lpommeucing from ^ 2s» this date. 7 '-tCLs I',. BINGLE AND CO. l! tii]e, 7th September, 1 85 1 . ? „) r^STEAM TtfSYDNEY. l,j ? The Australasian Steam Navi ( \ galion Company's Steamers will leave 1 .JJVMoripeth (calling at Newcastle), I Jg? until further notice, as follows : — ti» Hixalono, Captain Adams, ftsDAVsf atio-cfockam. ?D A Y Sji CoLLAB^/c^aUAulhaJl, d'a y s *[ at 2 °'clock P-in- / 3EORGE Jl. DIBBS & CO., * Agents, Scott-street. iottle, September 14, 1801. {VESSEL FOE THE OTAGO G0LD r FIELDS. 1 The fine ctipper Urig ' YARROW, ' Jolin ;(h. A. Scott, commander, wilVbe despatched i ;$Jk on MONDAY, 23rd insUftW Has room ' 'jjg' for a few more passengers, foy \yflich earl£ V application is necessary to / t) I ' BINGLE ANB CO., * i September, 1861. Bol ton-street. ?OR THE OTAGO GOLD {FIELDS. / i '?'.' FIRST SHIP ./KT ._/ I* ?( . , . / / tv^-'O' T Thc...

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

T^r 0 T I C E .— Those persons who are in -**.??! 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. - nro. informed thafegjiyuient will be enforced forthwith.-!''' \-,;:j; ' ?????;? ? ^'M.'DlCKEN and DAKlill. Chronicle Office, Boltcmistrenr, ) Ncn-ca«(Ie-( 12th Sept., 1861./ ®hij Ityitotli. flfltnrmclij. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2I,.18(J|. ~~~

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

' NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. AUUIVAl.S. September la.— Gazelle, brig, 178, Baker, from Port Cunper, KrpteuibcrJS.— Tomatin, barque, 322, Oritrson, from Sydney.--' ??-'?''-???'? . ' ' ? .September JO;— Urtirt, (.(earner, from Sydixy. September Iff.— Sebim, schooner, III, Cowicson, from ftMbournc -? — .? ? . . . 'September 20,— Adolphus, schooner, Garrard, from Mel bourne. '. . September 20, — Marcianus, ship, OH, M'Gill, from Sydney* ? ' ' WF.I'AHTUUES. ?^September 17. — Kwald, schooner, Broring, for Mel. bourne. Cargo : 180 Ions Coal, and 405 baps maize. September 10, — Uraro, steamer, for Graftou. September 19. — James Paxton, schooner. Carte, for Ore. long. Cargo i 70 tons coal, fiOO spokes, and 2S0 baps maize. September 20.— Express, schooner, Kendall, for Mel bourne, with 240 tons coal. ''-'''I' COASTERS INWARDS. September 18.— II. M.Warfield, Little Pet, and Cumber land, from Sydney. Scdtembcr 19. — Otago, Nancy, and Venus, from Sydney, September 20.— Lydin, from Sydney, ? COASTKKS OU...

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AMERICA. NINE DAYS' LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

AMERICA. NINE DAYS' LATER NEWS. (From the SM. Herald.) By the Early Bird, Captain Cook, via California, we have news to tho 25th of June, per Pony Express. The following is the dUpalch of the Sin Francisco Bulletin, which gives a general summary of the ;nu'ws, since last mail : — Washington, June 13.— The war department has ac. ceptcd three additional regiments from Iowa, making six, including cavalry. It is stated: on undoubted authority, that Senator Wigfall visited this city in the disguise of a cattlc.diover, and after making a thorough rccoiinoidsancc, returned to Mauissns Junction. The War Department has accepted, for thrca ye.irs, or for the war, a Chicago b.it. taliou, raised by Captain J. W. Wilcox, consisting of 212 men, rank nnd file, called the Illinois Brigade of Breast work and Fortification Fusilecrs. The rebels' gnus and fligsare distinctly seen at Aquia Creek, and a large number of tents are distinguishable. It is certain that a strong furcc is gathered there, which...

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

TUB PRODUCE MARKET; Hides. — Prices of Australian, receded abunt one-eighth per lb.,.but at the litest sales fully former rates were paid. Mimosa bark declined fully 10s. per ton. Leather. — A fair quantity has changed hands at somcwhnt lower rates. Skins. — Australian sheepskins met a gond sale, nearly 33,01)0 disposed of at fair prices. Tallow.— The market continues to have a downward tendency ; prices almost nominal :? stock on hand 56,030 casks against 31,01)0 last year, Oils, about 100 tons of colonial sperm, cold at £94. Metals, good business done in copper. Kapunda Iicrra,. £9't to £!)j ;. British is £5 per ton lower. Sugar, a large business done, nnd prices advanced j the stock is 1000 tons more than last year. CuflVe, native Ceylon, steady at 59s. 0i\. to 63s. (--l. Gontl. business in plantation sorts at gond piicos. Spirits. The brandy market remains dull ; nothing doing in wines. English SiurriNO..— Arrivals.— Calabar, from Sydney March '23; Tiptre?, frnni Sydney April 3 ...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

THE CIVIL WA It IN AMERICA. I i According to intelligence which conies down to the 20tli ] (July, the Federal armies were operating in three great ! columns ; the largest, which consists of some u'0,000 under General .M'Dowall, lias advanced to about thirty miles Westward ol Alexandria, on the Potamac, to a place near Mantissas Junction, where a battle seemed imminent. Colonel Taylor, who had arrived in Washington with (Its.. patches from Mr. Jell'erson Davis to President Lincoln, has been sent back without an nnswee. Congress has re. folvcrl to confine itself to granting and raising supplies lot the prosecution of the war, and to postpone Uie considera tion of private hills until next session. Men and numey were to be voted as freely as the President could wish ; both Houses having passed a bill authorising the enrolment of 800,000 volunteers, and the appropriation of 500,01)0,000 dollars for the expenses of the war ; the House of Repre. Mntatiyes^haviiifT further passed a bill aut...

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

FOUGIGN INTELLIGENCE. .. [ 'The Emperor of the French is expcetJil very shortly at I the camp at Chalons, where he is to be visited by the king [ofFrtiMia. The King of Sweden is about to visit Pans. [JWorini continue to be vigorously carried on at Constan i ltoplc. All the Sovereigns of Europe have been invited |,lo Hie approaching coronation of the king of Prussia, i he Italian envoy has been received with enthusiasm at topen Ihtgea. Lord John Russell's observations on the matter of fje transfer of Sardinia to France have excited the people find Government of France to a great degree, proving iloireby that there is somejdesire of isuch an intention to Britain the grant far Italy;. The ill fueling produced in I'Fwiioe has been increased by some observations in Parlia Irnent on the naval forces of France and England. Ihe Watrit says : — ' France is far from contesting the maritime KWriority of England, but she is under nu obligations to iinsketlie develop ncnt im.i progress of hsr Na...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. July, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

LONDON WOOL REPORT. Julv. 18GI. The sales cammenccd on the 18th, the arrivals to that date consisting of 80,000. The Sales opened with a smaller attendance, (if buyers, both home nnd foreign, than has been witnessed for n lone; time ; and although the catalogue nfl'ered comprised selections, biddings were made with cau tion and somowhat unevenly, at an average reduction of three liulf.pence per Jb. ; in some cases of faulty and ill. conditioned sorts, the declines were greater. About 12,500 bales have been sold.

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTEL- .^ , ? ? ? LICENCE. . . ' The mercantile advices from New lork tins week stato , lhat an impression was generally encouraged to the eflcct , tnattho Southern Confederacy was about to givp »n, al ;:. though all the letters thence continue tholr tone of defiance. 1 At all events it is regarded by somo experienced observers I . that there will bo no protracted war, for the people will not . Wand the cost. ?? ? . : The Board of Trado returns for the last month are satis '. factory, compared with May, 18G0. Tho declared vulue of exports exhibits an increase of £'250,882, or more than 2} per cent., caused chiefly by large shipments of cotton , goods. The grent fire has formed a prominent topic of conrorsa. lion:; on a moderate computation the total loss is expected ♦o reacii £2,000,080 starling. The Bunk rate of discount hud been lowered from 6 to H percent. Consul* for money, 001 to fJOJ. .?% - . ' The tondera for Viotorinn Railway Loan woro opened ?on tho ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. ENGLISH NEWS TO AUGUST 3rd. Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL f AT ADELAIDE. fsBfflGtSH NEWSTO AUGUST 3rd. ' Monday, 8 p.m. ke BBlclutlia lias arrived, Rner a mety-stx 'ours ? nas I from King George's Sound, 'i he i'. and O. S. S fih«m CHPtrtn Po'ls. resched King George's Sound at it n 'on tl.. 12th instant. She left Galle on the 2«th ISiust at 7 p.m. Passengers for Melbourne :— Messrs. Rf P lleriot. Kohler, Klein, Smith, and Mrs. Jenkins. rc..yn»v— Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Lieutenant llrooker, & i Gr'ay.Hickson.Lee.andCsplain -Vine Hall. 1 he Eirtlian May mails were delivered m London on the Ik rf July via Marseilles, and on the 21st via Southamp C The Peninsular and Oriental Campany's steamship Lilian willi the Australian mails, broke down tlirice «n iiio 'Malta. The mails were transhipped on hoard the riu A supplementary mail was, in consequence ol the ,r ftrnaraed from London, dated the 3rd of August.

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 21 September 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. ' WEDNESDAY. . Hf ntnft.rn llie Police Manistratc.) ?I'l LARcbNY.— lilleu Smith, accused of ate«liDg..ii| 18th Aujt/st, a jacket, the property of Ellen Morltjf remanded until tho 20th instant, for the productwailf bitiiNKENNiiss, &c.-John Rhodes, a »ton^'|MMt fined 20s., for being drunk and disorderly on tnlBW butwecnTJewcastleand Hexham. /wr THURSDAY. ?)('| ( IJcfo'C tho Police Magistrate.) fcjj A DhsERTuri.— Geofgo BurnevMimiMMWIl) being a\eserter from a ship, was remanded to &/«» bn ili-ntt Mib bv the Water Police MithonticJ. ,& DnuNKr.NNRss. &c.-George Burnes, chawMW being drunk nnd disorderly, was fined ZOs.^TneMMi a further charge.against him, of assaulting Consuwe»| in the oxctutianW Iris duty, was postponed until «*» instant. \- ... n_jl RAPc.-^ViHmm Murphy, n 8toMkeepir«tlheD»J' was charged with committing a rape upon «-«WJ| Agnes I.umsden,,on tha 27th April »»-'?. ™e«2l about li years of age, and had been employed u M»l by ...

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

TIMBER YARD. / NOTICE OP RBMOVAL. V '17^ J.SHAW begs to inform the inhabitants of _Ij ? Newcastle nnd the public generally, that ho has removed to his more commodious premises, corner of Dnrb£) nnd/Blnne streets, nearly opposito the A. A. Comnaay!/ 'office, where he hopes, by uttention and ^wittt churges, to merit a continu ance of the pntronage so liberally bestowed on him since his commencement in business. F/*J.S. would beg also to state that he is now preparoa to /execute orders to any Amount, and at the lc\_-v^A/*possibIe prices, witli a liberal discount to wholesale pur chasers. N. B.. — Colonial and American furniture, always on hand, cheap. p OlT^i~B~0 ROUGH, ^-' ? Drapzr, Silk Mercer, and General Outfitter, Wellington .HousejftJ9,i}rickfield Hill, Sy-bicy,.begs to inform his coutiryMeustoiufrs, and this inmifc^pne rally, that he 1)A tsMn tl/qfee extensive premises as above, formerly M the/occupation of Messrs. Bergin, M 'Malinn, and Co., where 'lie respectfully solicits a c...

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

OBITUARY. I Lord Herbert of Lea, the Duke of Buckingham,- Adini ItalPellcw. General J. Swinburne, Sir J. Patterson, Prince I Adun Cesar Tovyski, and Elizabeth Jlanett Drowning.

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

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Mr. Cowpor laid upon the table a copy of the-statistsionl 'register (a return 'ordered by the house,) of publio officers from time to time declared eligible for seats under tho 18th' section of the Constitution Act, nnd an ac count of the expenditure of tho university building fund. The documents were ordored to bo prinlod. Mr. Windoyer presented a petition from citizens of Sydnoy against the Chinese. In answer, to questions of Mr. Dangar, Mr. Cowper said there was nothing in law to prevent the employment of chief constables as bniliffs or collectors of electoral rolls. While so employed their ordinary pay was stopped, and they used their own horses ; also, that the necessary securities had been given by all clerks of petty sessions, and in most cases by land agents ; that among the latter only four defaulters had been found, who were' specified by the hon. member; that the question of police establishments on the Darling and Naraoi was under consideration, and...

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

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. . London-. 3rd A ugust.-Tlie Queen visits Ireland in ' „, ' Lord John Russell is created n Peer, under the -oi the E«rl Russell. Lord Elgin is appointed Go ™x General of India. The Ministerial re-elections have hi place without opposition. Several Ministerial changes r* taken place. Sir G. C. Lewis goes to the War Office the room of Lord Herbert j Sir George Gray goes to . Home Office i and Mr. CariUrell to the Duchy of Lan titf Sir Robert Peel is to be Secretary far Ireland, r BatiiiE resumes the Uiider-Sccrutaryship of India j jj. Or«v the War Office Undcr.Sccretaryship, and rLayard that for Foreign Allans. I lie decoration ot We'Victoria Cross is about to be conferred on colonr-ser- I CantMn Lucas, of tl«««'li ltegiriictir, for gallant con iBictin New Zealand. The House or Commons has voted' WM0O0O towards defraying the expenses of building iron- ? Buj sbip'i the ultimate cost of which will be £2,5-l'),003, ?ft Goodwood, tiie Stewards' Cup was won by Clough ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. Mr. Gladstone bus definitely declined to stand for the new seal granted to South Lnn enshiro. On the I Oth instant, a deputation waited upon him, and presented a requisition signed by 7788 -persons, when.Mr. Gladstone declined. Tho'Lioerius of South Lancashire, on re ceiving his reply, immediately requosted;Mr. John* Cheetham, who-reprcsanted tho count)' from 1B12 toI852, to contest the seat ; and that gentleman has since issued mi address to the electors, and addressed a large meet ing',in tho FreeTrade-hnll, Manchester. An active canvass has been commenced on his behalf, and1 the contest no doubt will bo car ried on with vigour on both sides, Mr. Charles Turner,, as we suited in our lust, is tho Conservative candidate. A meeting was held nt Feudall's Hotel, Westminster, on tho 19th instant, for the purpose of presenting a testimonial to Mr. Milner Gibson, as a mark of appreciation for his services in tho long campaign carried on to abolish the ' taxes on. knowledge....

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