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

IBELAND. Tin-: Queen's Visit to IiiiaANDi-r-It is now authoritatively stated that her Majesty will sleep at Holy head on the 22nd of Au gust, and cross over to Kingstown in the lloyal yacht on the day after. On the 21th she will proceed- to tho Gurragh encampment, and reiurn to Dublin on the next day. On the 20th she will. again proceeds to the Cur rngh, thence to Kiilarney lakes, and* on or about the 20th- will- take hei! departure for Scotland. — Freeman's Journal. Father Lave lle and Loud'Oranmoue. — A curious Action. — A remarkable action for libel against the Hon. Geoffrey Lord Oranmore, brought at the suit of the lVev. Patrick Lavelle, has just been tried at Gal way, before Mr. Baron Fitzgerald aud a spe cial jury. Damages were laid at £2000. The alleged libel was contained in a letter written by Lord Oranmore to the Times on the 8th of January, 1801. The letter described the ovents which had taken place in the district of Mayo purchased by Lord Ptunkett from Sir Robert Blosse...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

FRANCE. The health- of the Emperor appeal's to cause some disquietude ia France,, and. it is generally believed that although not seriously ill, he is at present by no moans, strong. A recent Paris letter, however, states that he has been dancinc at a ball tit Vichy. A rumour is gaining ground that che King of Prussia will shortly visit the camp at Chalons, in order to. inspect the French troops and meet Louis Napoleon. The iu funtry. of the Imperial Guard will be present, and about 50,000 men will be on the ground. The debate in. the House of Common*, on the 19th instant, on the rumoured session of the Islo of Sardinia to France, has excited some comment amongst our neighbours. The Constitulionnel of Wednesday last strongly condemns the tone of Lord John Russell's speech, and. characterises it as full of ' use. less bravado/' after the frequent denials given to the- rumoured project for the cession of Sardinia,

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL ENGLISH NEWS TO AUGUST 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

ABEIVAL OF THE MAIL ENGLISH NEWS TO AUGUST 3rd. The Northam, with. . tlie July mail, and news to the 3rd August, arrived in Sydney on Saturday morning at one o'clock.

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

NAPLES. The following extracts giye somo idea of the present state of the province of Naples, and the outrages that are being committed in it by the nartizaus of the ex- King : — The Official Gazette of Turin of the 20th contains, as usual, numerous details of encounters with brigands in tbc kingdom of Naples, wbioh from tbeir very frcqueuoy lose thoir interest. Tho one of some maguitudo ia this oaso is an ongagoment which took plaoo a wock ago at CotroDo, between a detachment of 26 men of tbo 4th company of tho 29th regiment, besides n few mobilised National Guards, and a band of 1G0 men bearing the whito 3ag. After a brisk fire which lasted about six hours, tho latter wore routed with a considerable loss in killed and wounded, there being only a few wouuded on tho other side, amongst whom was the captain ia command. The following is dated Naples, July 21 : — ' Several companies in thu Terra di Lavoro have been attacked by brigands, who were, however, repulsed. Tho Popolo d Italia ...

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

ITALY. Victor Emaniiel seems to be satisfied with the terms in which France ha3 acknowledged the Italian kingdom. At the interview with the 'French atubussudbr, the king returned a most favourable answer to. tho imperial mes sage, aud his Majesty added that Count Flettry's message would fill '? all true friends of Italy with jbv,' .tut uio leueis iroiu ouumutu ntuy uuuuui in stating that the country is in a very troubled condition, owing, for the most part, to tlie preseuce of the ox-King of Naples at Koine, and the facility with which lie can communicate with his adherents, and send thorn presents of money and arras. Even in tho vicinity oi Naples, 'brigands' ravnge tlie country, aud fearful reports are coutinu. ally received of tho brutalities committed by these bands ; though if it l-e true, as stated in the latest telegraphic tidvicos, that Chia vone, the leading reactionist chieftain, has been beaten-, there are better hopes of pacifi cation. Tho brigands are, however, most dar...

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

Sfhe gtowaatte (ttknmicU. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1881. It is somo time now since an European mail 'lias arrived bringing us news of so little int portance as the Salsettc. There is positively not a Bingle warlike rumour from the whole of the continent, and all the fighting interest i3 concentrated upon the great contest — for such it may be called — going on in North America. Although hostihl..d between the free States and the Blave States had already been nominally commenced for some months before the departure of the July mail, yet the small modicum of fact that coold be gleaned from the gross exaggerations and falsehoods promulgated as ' sensation paragraphs,' or 'reports,-' in a large portion of the American Press, could only lead the careful reader to conclude that both sides were in equal trepi dation as to what would be the issue of the first blow struck. It was a repetition of the scene depicted in those well-known lines on the.Walcheren expedition — Tho Karl of Chatham, w...

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

VICTORIA. flt-innBtments have been made by the Victori.m Govern, henirilli Soutli Australia, Neiv South Wales, and c, »il»nd, by which intelligence of the arrival mid ile ' §t of vessels to or from this colony at the ports in I'fcolonies be transmitted to Melbourne lliree times ''-liay. 'flies* cominuuicatious will be published at n-.ifcgraph offices in Melbourne, Gcelong, and Williams (n iUit nine. one. and four o'clock. tf '?? } Ballarat Star says :— ' Another strike has taken .iVjimong tlie laborers on the railway here, the strikers 'fading a wage of 10a. per diem. This move is attri lMl lo the assumed scarcity of labour produced by tlie ^{?Zealand rush, and we are informed that sonic of the i*j*-iho were disposed to go to work for 8s. a day were h ffcded from doing so by the more resolute of the non it U0'' (lljiony Rice, the ex- jockey, has been found guilty of Mpurdtrof Mr. Anthony Green, the well-known sport. 1 Jnan; at Melbourne, and has been sentenced to death, f I fire, at...

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

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. f.AMMNG FLAT. Wednesday, 7 a. in.— The artillery and the greater part of the 12th leave here for Sydney lu.day— a detachment of the ll\i^rconsisliiip of 00 men, under the command of cap , inuvWiTkie, remaining here. Many still leaving here for - New Zealand. Further news anxiously looked for.—//., Sept. 20. ,l''riday, noon. — The population here is decreasing fast. Many still leaving for New Zealand, ami the rush to the Lachlan.— //, Sept. T3, MKr.BOURSE. Thursday, !) p.m. — Telegrams have been received fronvx Adelaide, giving hopes of the safety of part of Burke's ex- ? ploration party. A blackfcllow has brought in hair of white men, and reports that two white iikii afrtiviiifr on a raft in a lake nurtli-wcst of Cooper's Creek, subsisting on fish. The camels were near there. A black iiian met if r. M'Kiulay at Hlanch W'uUjr, .-nvI informed him. M'Kinlay started, and would reach lift sp\tf this day (Thursday.) The black man reports white meif. almost naked. Nu hors...

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

mi SYDNEY. * Tun Rifle Matches. — The committes of tin1 lliflc Association are making active preparations for tl^e forthcoming matches, which begin on Thursday -: next. Although there arc several points in qpiirfn- ^ tion with the arrangements, which are not'/calcil luted to be deemed the best that could have been inude, in some cases we are informed that the Ucit frc'.ing hns not always been allowed to nctuate tht' volunteers in (he election of their representatives, nnd that iilWact the best men have not in every can been chosciA This, however, htis nothing to do with _ the Associntion,\ who still might, without disodvsn-, tage, have been somewhat more liberal in regard to t to the number of competitors thai they permit to enter for th» matches. It is also thought unwise to give'' the pri/cs in the fourth mutch to those volunteer^, tvlio score highest at the long range on]y—othir\ scores being counted only in the case of tics, it, it] thought thnt this arrangement will tend very m...

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THE MISSION OF MESSRS. PARKES AND DALLEY AND THIS REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMUTE ON THE CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASSES OF SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

THE MISSION OF MESSRS. PARKES AND DALLKY AND TUB .RE-POUT OF THIS SELECT COMMIT'i'E ON THE CONDITION OF THE WOItKING CLASSES OF SYDNEY The following is taken from tho Weekly Dispatch of the 28tli July. From what is stated, it is evident that when the Agents ar rived at homo,— for the Great Britain in which .they sailed, had not reached England at the date of the departure of the mail steamer, — they would already fiud that tho flattering description of the state of the colony which they wore to put beforo tho working-classcs of 'Great Britain would not be received as gospel, but that tho other side of the picture had already been disooTercd: Tue 'Back Slums' op Sydney. — In the Old World we aro accustomed to consider that the over-orowdiug, filth, profligacy, and vagrancy, apparently so inseparable from our largo towns, aro in a groat measures tbo result of tho incrcaso of population extending over a long scries of years, the gradual growth of extensive manu fuoturcs concentrating l...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY There was no business on the sheet this day. MONDAY, (Before the the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

NEWCASTLJ-KOLIOE. SATUKDAVl i There was no business on the sheet this day. / MONDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate. Drunkknni;ss,&c. — Kichard Sheldon, miner, was fined 26s. for being drunk and disorderly. Thomas Patterson, seaman, wus also fined 20s. John M'Kenzie, labourer, and Phillip Murray, seamen, were fined 5s. each. Larceny.— Ellen Smith was charged with stealing on the 10th August, a jacket, the property of Priscilla Morley, at Newcastle. The nrosscutrix, who resided near the Cot tage Bridge, deposed to having lost the tweed jacket twelve months ago. Thu prisoner, she stated, was in her house on the day she lost it. On missing it, she made enquiries, and from information received, went to a Mrs. Mughes's, ou the Lake Mffiquaric-road. Mrs. Hughes had the jacket on. Two or thjpu^ninutcs afterwards, the prisoner came in, and witness accused her of taking the article. She at first denied it, but then gave it up, homing she would say nothing about it. Eliza II itgho 'sta...

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

NEW ZEALAND. The Steamship Lord Worsley arrived at Sydney ^Friday night last, having loft Nelson on tho 12th nutant.~ As she proceeded up Port Jackson, she had »p,ick,nnd shovel attached to tho fore top gullont raa«,. which ottructod a largo number of persons on (lie 'wharf fur the purpose of ascertaining if the news froio the gold-fields was. satisfactory. They were informed that those on tho diec'mL's wero still doing wall, ' and very favourable account!! of the yield were ttcoiyodnt tho time of departure. The I^ord Wors ertrin«-'papers' 'from Auckland, Wellington, and iyttol(on, on the 7th instant ;frum' Otago to the M'; land Nejson to the 12tli. ' ? ? . Trto, p^p Wltne»' Extra, of Septomber 4th, Bays : —The escort arrived at Duncdin yesterday evening a{ about five o'clock, bringing 7759 ounces of gold, laying, loft Tunpcku on Monday nt G a.m. The oa cor't on the former occasion brought in 5056 ounces, 'and since then more than 1000 ounces havu been (brought in by private hands. ...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALE&. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

-PAELIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES; j ? . LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, Septbmbeb 19. The houpe: met at half-past three p.m. Mr-Arnold laid on the table an extract from a letter of Sir J. Young, on the subject ?of railways, which was ordered to be printed. ,Mi\ Hoskinb presented a petition against tub Chinese from certain gold miners. . Mr. Cunneen presented a petition from the iuplimqnd ..priuge tompany, introducing an Rtnettd'eff.ijiUl. , . Iu reply .'.to', MivForst'or, Mr. Weekcs said that the Circular' Whabf had been let for three years, becauae it was considered bene ficial lo the public, and 'that 'Che government ?had no part in any private arrangement by ?which owners of private wharfs were parties to the lease in question. . In answer to -Mr. Wisdom, Mr. Cowper ?said the government were aware that aliens Lad been prohibited from working on the 'liachluu gold fields, by a notice of the com .missionef, but that it was simply intended ( for dealing with the Chinese. '.In answer t...

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

MAITLAND.' Kncuoaciiment of the River,— After heavy freshes in the Hunter, great changes are sometimes observed to have taken place iu tho rclativo boundaries of bank and river. Silica tho last .flood, a short time since, we havo noticed that a serious encroachment lias been madu by the stream upon tho bank on the Maitland side, a little below tho opening in front of Messrs. Hall and Co.'a store. The bank, at the place to which we allude, has been washed away by thu water to tho piles of the houses, and at one point— behind Mr. Bromhead's house— there is a precipitous height, which is gradually extending inwards, being worn away by the drainage water whluh filters through it. In a short time, if this process goes on, it will become dangerous to remain on tho Mte. We regret this the more, as tho occupier, who is an iudusttious man, has but lately come into possession of the property, and been, at considerable expense in improving iu— Maitland Mercury, Sept. 21. Tug Millb Family.— An ...

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

our I; ried ? TASMANIA. I of' flNOAL Coal.— A correspondent of the Examiner, at |, n*al, writiug under date 12th instant, says .—The in. j^.'KtnUof thii township generally arc of opinion that my f -fi(ts respecting the coal-fields have not been sufficiently ', fficil ai regards the locality from whence the sample of lflo.il forwarded to your office 'vvaa actually taken, and that lgmr 'ill be led to believe that it i« the Mount Nicholas n-lllilbiiioon coal. The sample of coal was not taken from in 4 Mount Nicholas soain, but was quarried from the i fjte.and-a.half feet scam, at the back of the Fingal ftaili.ip. There arc four different seams of coal within a -Be-and.a.half of this place ; all of them arc cropping out Ilhe Rrcund, and varying in thickness from three to twelve r-.Bt The road to the thickest seam is very fair bush road, ijM jrith very little trouble could be made much better. ton of coal was brought from thence a few days ago in a illxk dray with four bullocks. The Moun...

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

INSOLVENT COURT.. ? . SUllKENDBHS. Septcuibei'19.— Archibald Haswcll, of Singleton, coulrac tor.cm petition and affidavit. September 10.— -John Harold, of Castlere»j?b-strcet, Syd ney, coach painter.. Unsecured debts, £57 5s. I9il.- Avail able assets, £5 17s. Gd. Deficit, £51 8s, 4d. nuts Nisi;- ? ??? September 19.— On tt.^vetition.of Joseph B. UoliUwortli, of Sydney, ironmonger, a rule nisi .was granted^ returnable on the 4tli proximo, requiring Daniel'Beclc.of Lone Creek, near Hathurst, to show cuuie why his estate should not.be sequestrated for the benefit of his creditors Attempted Escape, and the Goumihrm Gaoler Acoidentlv Wounded.— Oa Saturday night, about ten o'clook (saya tho Goulburn I&rald) Paton, the warder oa duty in thajgoal,. heard a noise proceeding from ono of the .cells on the secondjtier, and believing that ah egcapo was meditated, ho apprised Mr. Fallou, the gaoler. Some of the other warders were then scut for, and tho gaoler proceeded to tho cell in quest...

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GOLD ON THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 25 September 1861

GOLD ON THE CLARENCE. (From the Independent, September 1C- Messrs. Nicholson, Campbell, and Ross arrived in town on Thursday night, having left the diggings on Wedneidir. With regard to the gold. The creek mentioned by Mr Greej|6 Iim been all taken up ; but the whole of Walkefi station, from within twenty miles of South Grifbon, right on the table land, is one vast gold-field, which onFyreauini a thorough mining population to turn to- a profitable, count. There may be ahout30 diggers on the ground.and'tnoiirt? \- no heavy finds have as yet resulted, a man can make at tij n- present rate about £0 per week. ;,v;'.S; „ Tlietgenlleinen above named, all highly intelligent lol \-- practical Bnllaarat diggers, who have not the slightest Ida , of inducing parties to come here, liave takeiv up.acUira, '. and have started for the scene of what we have uo donh ' ' will prove highly remunerative labour. Mr. Nicholua I ' started for the Nymboida on Friday last, where he intends ic building u pun...

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

MULTUM IN PAIiVO. The WoggnWagga Express says: — An old man kangaroo wiis killed recently by Mr. Palmer, at Iron bong, ihe tail of which, separated from the bodyat three inches from the rump, weighed 22 lbs. Tho old fellow was considerably over six fout in lieight. and was so hampered by bis own weight, that ho was easily run down and killed by some cooley dogs. Or the five prisoners who escaped last week from the escort near Bargo, four have been re-capturcd. A telegram w:w received on Friday, announcing that the show of hands at the nomination fur tho Tumut, was in favour of Mr. Charles Cowper, junior. A poll was demanded. Wb understand that the services of Mr. Charlos Young, the popular burlesque actor, and comedian, spoken of so highly by the English press, have .been secured by the lessee of the Lyceum Theatre, und that he will in the course of a few days appear on thu boards of the Lyceum. The Hamilton Spectator, of August 31, says:— It is not perhaps generally known that the ...

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

STEAM TOWAGE. cj* The rates of Towage will be increased jjXBfc^I^Tr.N :pek Cent, on published rates ^jMSftlSgy- during the^ ftrike, commencing f/om ;a^^«wBrthisflate.'7//V / *7 BINGLE ANDVCO. Newcastle, 7th September, 1851. STEAM TO SYDNEY. Jljjj, The Australasian Steam Navi «MjwL Ration Company's Steamers will leave jBE|Jmm^Moiii-£th (calling at Newcastle), -qgHSH» until furthebnyStiy, ns follows : — MONDAYS') ,jj C/r , . . . AND IHtVLONo, Captain Adams, Thursdays/ / °t 8 o'clock a.m. T U E AW Y S tcoLtAnov, Captain Mulhall,. FRIDAYS./ at 2 o'clock p.m. 7 GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., ' Agents, Scott-strcct. Newcastle, September 14, 18G1. TOR THE OTAGO GOLD FIELDS. FIttST SHIP. -//(&- r&k-L. Tll° A1 cl'PPerslliP 'LADY YOUNG,' JKCfi&t 8'0 tons burthen, William Morrison, j j, ASaSjiL ('ate °* tne Monarch,) commandeiywill ffjW|J^^c2& ^ e despatched for the above port «m or Kj^^out the 25th instant. \f ; ^i^Xkis vessel, possessing spacious 'tweenjulecks...

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