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

'jVT O T I C E . — Those persons who ave in -L ^ 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 arc informed that payment will be enforced forthwith. ' M'DICKEN akd BAKER. Chronicle Office, Bolton-street, ) Newcastle, 12th Sept., 1861./

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

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. Dlil'AKTORES. September 23.— Atmo Sanderson, brig, Darton, for Ade laiilc, with 42(1 tons nnall coal. September 23.— .Matador, barque, Lindsay, for Mel bourne, ivitli 410 tons small coal. COASTKUS I SWA BUS. September 21. —Tiger, from Sydney. .September 22.— Pacific, from Sydney. September 23.— Margaret and Mary, from the Richmond River, with -14.000 feet cedar. September 2;).— Jane, from the Richmond Hiver, with 53,000 feet cedar. September 23.— Kdward, from Port Stephens. September 2)-.— Wart, from Sydney. COASTKltS OUTWARDS. .September 21.— Freak, lor Sydney. September 22.— Elfin, Louisa Maria, and Bard's Legacy, lor Sydney. September 23.— Shamrock, for Sydney. The ship Mary Bradford, which arrived here a few days . back, with carriages and plant for the railway, being un able to procure a cargo of coal, is taking in sand for bal. ~ last, prupuratiiiy to (ailing for BaUvia, the port she is bound for; We are iufui'ineil tint this is tl:c first shi|- for many ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

-JTuii Weekly Dispatch in a notice to a correspon dent, nays : — ?' Thu climate of Queensland ia nearly , the same as thnt of -India. It is the. hottest part of Australia, and the aspect of the vegetation is, when you land in Moreton Bay, something like that of Benzol. The rainy season -is also the warmest, its in India;' but a day's rido into the. intorior brings you to a (jreat ulcvution above the sea, and the climate suits n European much better than the seaboard. The land swarms with venomous snakes' and the water with shurTtu. Sheap farming is rery .profitable. JJollow.w's. Ointment and Pills.— Hodily in .flrmities.— The altcrnittinp frosts, nnd thaws, -keen windu, and ? fuggy atmospheres, would try an iron constitution. These vicissitudes nra on all siiles prndueinK coughs, cokb, influenza, ulcerated throat, acthma and rboumatisin. . Pur the reliel and -euro of this c&tnlocue uf complaints. Hoi. lowayVOIntnient should be sedulously -rubbed on theskin, as near the affec...

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ENGLISH COLLIERY INTELLIGENCE. COLLIERS' DEMONSTRATIONS AT HANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

ENGLISH COLLIKRY INTELLI GENCE. COLLIKHS' DEMOSSTK.VflOS AT ll.VSLKY. — Tlie colliers on strike iu the Norih butf fordshire district rnude u n grand demonrtm lion'' on Monday last. I'robably about 800 were Assembled itt Kidsgrove, find, headed by ii biind of music, marched ijiencc tlirotigh Gohlenhill, Tunslall, ami Bursleim, to a large held nt liiinley, in tlie renruf btelton ciiurcu. They were joined on their march by a num ber uf other colliers nnd by a great crowd of spectators, so that the number of persons congregated, together in the field was VRti ously estimated at from lour to six. thousnnd. In a very orderly and decorous manner the assembly gathered round a large waggon, plitced there for the convenience of speakers.' Many of the people sat down, upon tlie gross, and all listened patiently *to those who ad dressed them, although the suu's rays betit directly upon their heads with great force. — Mr. Jones, of Kidsgrove, a preacher in the Primitive Methodist connexion, took...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

EUROPEAN NEWS. I lie following intelligence received by the mail, : uv were unable to liuJ space for in our issue of i WednesJuy : — * ' RUSSIA. The following letter from St. Petersburg, of the IStli instant, gives it very unfavourable description of the condition of the Russian empire : — ' r.ir frum improving, the internal state of the country is visibly becoming worse. All classes of society have arrived at such u state of irrit utinn that nu explosion ii imminent. The grout landed pro prietors do nut conceal their rage. They complain of being plundered, mid uddressei of adhesion sire sent from all pnrts uf our vast empire, to the Jockey Club at Moscow, tlte members of which hail the sud cou rage to sueui' hicorpore tliut (he emnnciputiou of the serfs should not take place according to the terms proposed by ths Government. It is evident that this resulu ion will infallibly proiluce an intestine struggle which will degencmte into a w.ir uf cxtcr niinntioii. Four years since, when ...

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GOLD IN THE MINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

GOLD IN THE MINT. Return showing the quantity of gold received. And the coin issued at the Sydney Branch of the Royal .Mint, from its opening on the ltth May, 1S55, to the 31n December, 18:JU, inclusively : — - Gold received. Coin issued. Ozs. £ s. d. 1855 .. 21?,58fl-205 517.258 0 11 1 8-3.-; .. 23!-,43l'9!)0 1,222,54)10 f» . 1857 .. 2^3,215'SOO 825,477 5 7 1838 .. 3I2 5KI-530 1,101.12.5 11 10 ISM'.. 358,1-27-OM) 1,377,557 5 3 IStfO .. *70,401'300 , 1,840,552 9 2 Total.. l'is51,128.!)15 7,190,520 0 2

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMHLY. The assembly met at twenty minutes past three p.m. Mr. Holroyd presented petitions from the Hunter Hiver Vineyard A&socintioii, am from Ijnners and viuu-grower* iu the same district, 'praying fjr the rcuwvul of restrictions upon colonial whir. fu answer to Mr. Daniel, Mr. Cowper stated' that no official report had been received relative to the new gold 'field in the Lachlau district, but that he held letters tend. ' ing to show that a valuable gold field had been discovered ? there. Mr. Wilson oflured some suggestions as to altering the system of, marking claims, which Mr. Cowper tliuught ? would very probably be acted on by Mr. Hobertson. In answer to Mr. Driver, Mr.Cov.pQr said llutt certain persons had been prevented from playing crciket iu the (J liter Domain by* Mr. Mooie, who, however, had received no instructions from the government, but was .merely car rying out regulations made by the trusted), with nhoiu tho government were not in the habit of...

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A FALSE REPORT.— THE FOLLOWING paragraph [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

A False Urport.—TIio fjlloiviiii; paragraph ap. peuren in tuts Umpire ol trnluy last, we need only observe that there was, unfortunately, uot the slightest foundation fur the rumour :— ' Captain Harding, of the City of New. castle, reports that, when leaving Newcastle yesterday, he was informed that the master colliurs and the miners had settled their differences, and that the latter would resume work this day, The Newcastle folk wcro in high glee at the reported teiyiiination of the strike. uu.^cKAbanr:} i vr i-ii(iit. — «i £iri limned wuuauiiA Iiurii!i wan charged at the Morpeth police court, on the 18th instant, with concealing the birth of a child. Portion of the evidence being taken, the case was re winded to the Kn»t Maill&nd police cuurt, and the has ninie been com. milted for trial by the bench there. Wallis CaEUK.—Ily a telegram that appeared in the MuHlantl Mercury of Thursday, we learn that a large de. putatiou of members of the Assembly aud others whs to wait upo...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

. ^Wednesday, -Sbi'tembeu 23. I.EGJSLATlVli COUNCIL. 'The council met at twenty minutes past four o'clock. . Mr. MereweOicr gave notice of motion for Sin address - fur all letters of resignation uf the president and members ?«:' the late council, mid replies thereto, and of all corres pondence relative to the appointment of the twenty. one. Mr. Campbell presented a petition from Paddiugton adverse to the allowance of Chinese on the gold fields of of the colony. 1 luce bills were brought up frum the Assembly :— 1st. The bill to amend the law respecting the qualification for .judicial mid other offices, which was read u lirst time. 2nd. Crown lands alienation bill; read a first time, ami to be '' read a seeond time this day. 3id. Crown lands occupation / bill; read a first time, and to be read a second time on ?Wednesday next. ' Mr. Robertson gave notice of his intention to movo that l'riday be a sitting day; government business to take precedence. Mr. Dcas Thomson presented a petitio...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOOTH WALES. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

PARUAWEHT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. I LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. | Tuesday, Seitember U4-. ! Tn the assembly, die ppt alter opened the iipjcevi! jigi at ' lialf.pan three o'clock. - - Various nolicci of motion were given. tn auswur lo -|u-:H!uii\ it was tutvtl by ministers lliat it is impossible to nay when tlie currc*|iulidctu?c relative to general cemeteries would hi- laid ii|um the table, a portion of it having been mislaid, but that jiu umiei.'c-gi-ary delay would taki- place in pruduciiig'lhcu ;- tliai I lie- estimate* lor hi.- fiibinnj; year would lie siibiiiiiti.il to the house at tlie earliest pisMbli- period ; — that the tcvenue derivable from ! tlie abstluii woiks at tilebe I bland illicit be- iL-ckonvd for ; the wliulc icar at about i_\'iW ;- tlut steps will be taken immi.-diutt.-ly «o creel a briilgi: at Maw [Jaw, bi-t»ui:» Ouul. bum and M uiiKiitll ; — that Captain G iltun, the agent fur \ railways iu England, is nut in receipt uf any salary for hi* ? (.ervicis ;— that the iiiMruc...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

OOHKESPONJJENC& if We are not to be considered as-identifying cnrtWfc - tlie opinions expressed by correspondent*, forctfS£'! : our views may be diametrically opposed to (befrJB always willing to give insertion to any conftriuijjjjafR*** pressed iu terms nf Intelligence and inodentloif jJalW Sewcattlt Chronicle. ? ^llf*ien' e w. '*' Editu\ °f 'if, N'wca'1' CAfwWilCdM Sir— when and where will the effects of tbeU^thatl Bunanitong cease? 1 do not knnw anythiiut^Bloct I ' free selection'— that has caused such unintuj^t lUc In the public mind of this colony for some time mSU it wa Chinese question. Those feelings given tent to brlE teen at the diggings did not wholltforiginate with thtm, Sjint n been fermenting for some time. Through tin ImIjIkw breadth of the land, with the majority the crrtlrUboi 'down with the Chinese.' Gliding down tin iiiMni politics, we find with nearly every aspirant to uJ& msn IIVIIUUIB, LUG IIBBBHUIU IU pUIUll'BI IftVOUr BIKl DOjiliflJtl C^ been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

Mr. llalton, & shoemaker, a hag resident and Highly re spectable iii.ni, whose veracity may Iju fu'ly relied upon,, has stated to ih that he 1ms a common black hen in hi*., possession, which for some weeks past lias laid two amL. three c(tgj per day. She is rem:u'k.ibly fat, nud enclosed from all other p'mltiy in a shud, that there niiiy be nd pos sible mintaktt in h^r produco. She jus naturally excited the surprise of many and frequent visitors.-- Mtmnfo Mer cury. The New Act pjr Divoace. — Tlio first case under the hew Act for Divorce and Matri monial C.iuacs was heard yesterday at the City ? Police Court, b-t-*-vi-*.«_su.w^«n,i rr..^.»» police magUtrij the 7th clause] vided that any; ? bcr husband ( apply to a polk peaco iu patty i i_-j,,.. ? ..__ ? -, ? ?«-»^ her goods shall 'flien be protcoted as though sho were a female solo. Tho applicant in this o:iso was Christine Fredericka Glise Fisher, who ap plied for protection from hot- husbuud, Joliii Julius August ' Fisher. ...

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THE RIFLE MATCH. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicles. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

THE UIFLE MATCH. |'ke'! To the liitilur nj (lie Kewcasllt CArmJcff , ' tT1 , Sill— 1 think it u but justice to the inhabitant! tfflr - .' city to let them know the reason why their rifle cUjjjjT1 is, comparatively, unrepresented at the contest no«[3F'. on in Sydney, which is as follows :- Up to IhtjSjU'01 time, we liave been unable to get any musketry iujtioSPtn in consequence of the government refining to itsfB.'er) regular instructor to this district. The comequtncitff ? ^ that our drill-serseant hud tu bo sent to SjdiitjJ)1?, '; through it himself, which occupied upwards of i isal,! auilke lias only returned to in a short tune, and sincirfl.n': ' return, we have had ' position drills' only, and hMtjr1!1!'' yet commenced ' snapping caps,' ' bltnlc ' firintjff ? ' ''?judging distance drill,' which is deemed necetnr/^lr?' military authorities to be gone through btfure ' ballfri tice' should becumireuced. A requisition wasacnttmt! ?! captain liolton, to the riile association, represe...

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STATISTICS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

STATISTICS OF TILE COLONY. The Statistical Register for 1800, showing the progress of the colony for several jreavs past, was laid upon the table of the legisla tive assembly, by the colonial secretary, a»few days back. * The Herald has published . tlie report in full, occupying about five columns and a half of close type. We make the fol lowing extracts : — INDUSTRIAL. Tub tables exhibit a com pic to view of tho pro gress made in manufactures during tho lust ten years. These embrace woollen cloths nnd tweeds, soap and candles, tobacco, rcfinvd sugar, and tallow and lard. The manufacture of cloth and tweeds during tho fire years, 1850 to 1851, the avcrago annual produce was 174,059 yards ; during the succeed ing fivo years, 1855 to 1859, tho average annual produce was, (-2,659 yards; during tho last year tho produce was 118,500 yards. The number of establishments at work during 1860 was S, whilst during the previous five years employ meat was found for half that number only. The man...

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NEW [?] SHIPPING. [?]ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

N£ WflflMflfe' SH I PPI SO. SSh-r» ? ?/fflB.rS&RWil.S. ??: S*»emh«!9»»Mlnuarin, barqnr, 33-, Sinclair, from ' Wiiey. ? «!?! ' I «epienibj(ir.Jir.*-Gr.-ifion (s.), And New Mt-on (».)« from I September 27.— Orafton, stcnmcr, forGrafton, C.lt. DKP.UUUKKS. September 2k-- Notion, schooner, Croft, for Melbourne with 123 tons coal, 41 torn maize, 7 tons spnkes. ' I September 27.— Yarrow, brig, Scott, for Otago, N.Z.' I v ith 2/5 tons coal. Passengers— 2fl in the Meerage. September 27.— KuwMoun, Hcamcr.fnr Maclcay River. September 27.— Martha Kllcn, sr-hooucr, Hill, (or Mel bourne, with ] HO tons co.il. September TI.t- .Mary, UradToni, American amp, ,m, ?/?Thompson,, fur Guam, in ballast. September '27. — C. F. Leasing, brig, Lessing, for Mel. ? bourne, with 280 tons coal, and 70 tons maize. COASTERS ISVVARDS. - September 20.— Atlantic, from Sydney. ' COASTKH.S OUTWARDS. j September 20.— Tiger, Little Pet, aud Otago, from 'Sydney. September 27. -Venus, Cumberland, and Pacific, from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

p;». JTEABt TOWAGE. JTecO e tMiS^^ rat' :of Towage wil1 oc increased iuti'wn^. TF* per ^''T'. on published rutes ?? °^wl^d»fing the strike, commencing from I !&.«lfffl»tuisdate. J 'tritl . BINGLE AND CO. 1 coaiftjitle, 7th September, 1851. ? 'hotifsTEAM'TO SYDNEY. crojL ^HE Australasian Steam Navi r£HLi ..ration Company's Stenmcrs will leave . ;B-Mfc. MoRrctii (cnlling at Newcastle), ^'.?B^ until futther notice, as follows l—t . '|»Jf'AYS Illalono, Ciptah/Ad^^ DeafesOAYS at 8 o'clock a.m. dapdp DAYS CoLL AIl0 v Captain Mulhall/ a^AYS. ' at 2 o'clock p.m. 7 lutcf GEORGE II. DIBBS & CO., : jro.f Agents, Scott-street. I ir Jff'^ September M, 1861. I tenjiflE^NEW GOLD FIELDS-OTAaO. it Jh\y Tlie first-class clipper Ship ' MAlt ll£0ARE1'IIA ROESENER.' 700 tons, [8Wp^ Charles Eggers, commander, is hourly '* GjnSfal expected from Otugo, mid will sail early bOJaiber from Newcastle. This fine vessel has cbinSmi spacious 'twecn/ldecks, thoroughly venti r*Iioa full poup, nu/1 k/...

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DECENNIAL RETURN OF IMMGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

DECENNIAL UUTUKN OF IMMI GRANTS. The number of immigrants who arrived in Syduey in the ten years 1&31 to 1SU0 inclusive, was as follows : — At their own At Public expense. expense, Total. 1851 .. .. 750 .. .. 1,810 .. .. 2,-iO2 1852 .. .. 3,781 .. .. 4,«8l .. .. &.70Z ?1S5S .. .. 3,35.5 .. .. 10,412 .. .. 13.767 18.5* .. .. 2.6M .. .. 7,309 .. .. 10.002 IMS .. .. 3,1 Hi .. .. H,547 ? 17,08,1 1S3H .. .. 8,7fll .. .. 7,210 .. .. 10,001 1857 .. .. 15,378 .. .. 10,205 .. .. 15.57S 1858 .. .. 17,823 .. .. 6,010 .. .. 2+.73U 1859 .. .. 7.3UII .. .. 5,1 It .. .. 12,47* 186i- .. .. 12,!WI .. .. 3,1)8!) ? 10,073 The ulmvc return does not include Chinese, whose num bers during the ten years we have no menus of ascertaining at present, lint during 1859 and '00, it appears tint about 10,0(JI) of these people arrived in Sydney; viz., 3022 in 1S5!-, and 095S in 1800. The number who entered the colony by land U of course unknown.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

'tiitt return of Stuart from bis oxpotlition to tbo north will bo hailed by everyone with joy and featisfactioo. To him has been ollotcd the honor J-F having suoeesbfally determined the praolica jbility of crossing this continent, for although he Wid'uot: actually reach the scacoast, Ire. arrived i within such a, distance of it as must have i'en jdoredhis sueupsj certain, had he had a further .Ktoolc ot provisions. All praise tnercroro bo to I him for tho adventurous spirit, wliioh prompted nnd enabled him to bear up against tho trials end dangers he has hud to encounter, aud the porsoventneo und energy with wliioh he has over come thorn. As yet we know not the particulars nf hid journoy. News of his arrival at Port Augusta, with tho joyful and signilicant addition 'all well/' reached Adelaide on thol9ih iuataut, nnd was telegraphed to Melbourne and Sydney - the same night, where, as may be. supposed, the ticws was roueived with tho greatest delight — de- light, ? however, modiQcd b...

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TOBACCO CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

TOBAOGO CULTURE. The following instructions for the cultivation of tobuccn, have been issued for publication by Messrs Loughnan and Co, of Western market, Melbourne, and we would call the attention of farmers thereto^ The soil should be of a rich loamv nature. Sow the seed (Virginian) in small beds of say three by si* !««,. laying down' a bed each week for three or four weeks. Thu reason for this is, the first sown may be affected with frost and the second mid. third- may escape. The earlier transplanting (in. rows three feet apart each way) can be effectedi the better chance of a (tood.secoiid crop. We recommend com mencing- to- sow; the latter part of this month and next. When tlic plants are from one to two feet in height, raise earth. to them;, when over that, nnd inclined to seed, uip.otf at the top, as also any small shoots. ' When the leaf i* full growtvuid^ripe for cutting, a yellow tinge or speckle will appear. Cutat about three inches, from ?the ground, and hang up the who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

I.NVIi3r.MENTS FOIl SMALL CAPITALISTS. — It doCS* not uppctir to be generally known, that those who h tvo snnll sums of monuy to invest, any from £100 upwards, can, with the greatest facility, nnd no cx I peusc, prucuro the very safdit and nwst ccrtuin I neunrity by thu puroliasu of government debenlures. Theru 'is, even in these comparatively hard times, in thu hand* of many parties not in business, n good™' deal ot money, for which ready and eligible security is often not uvuilable. The simplicity nnd ease with which an investment in debenture:) is made, h not tha leatt'of its recommendations. All that ii uece.sary fur any person to tlo who hus £100 to land, is simply to write a note directed to tho colonial' trausurur, before f.vclvo o'clock on Thursday. Some thing like the following : — Sir— I will give you £1)9 IOs. for one debenture ofjCIOO. John Smith. 10, Blank. street, Sydney. «. Tlio interest paid by the government is five per cent. Thoso,who wish to purohaso tho debcnturt...

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