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THE LACHLAN GOLD FIELD.—Considerable [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

Tk--. L.vciilam Gold Field.— 'Considerable ex citcmont was cauied yesterday by the receipt ot encouraging* intolKgencu from (lie Luuhlau gold field. In consequence £f tho rumours which hud obtained currency. Mr. Dtiniel, in his place in the Assembly, asked tho Colonial Secretary whether any ofHuiul report had been rcceWed by tho Oo vernmont from tho boat gold-commissioner, and ob served, in passing, that reports worn current in tho city of Inrgc finds of gold ih tliUI region j us also Unit iiifnrniutioii had boon roccivoiJ, that one man had upwards of 2Dlba. weight of tho 'prociuti* nictiil oh hand. The Ciief Sourctary stntod in reply thnt communications hud becYi rcuolvud by the Slinistcr for Landa from tliuchicf oommissionbr of the West ern guld-fioltU, intimating that * se|«i-a(Iiciurnotu had boon roccivud by him from tlia sub^ommiiisiuncr, ?tilting ' tllat ho had nevar bol'oru hau u deep lead on any of our gold-ficldi, mid if this one turned out ns untioipatod, wo might louk for...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL BUSINESS. Wednesday, September 18, to Monday, September 23,1861). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL BUSINESS. Wednesday, September 13, to Monday, September 23, 1881, HlON'EY V. Dano.vr.— This action was Tor trespass on a squatting run. The declaration set forth that the defend ant broke and entered certaiu dotes and lands of the plaintiff at Guy Fawkes, in the district of Armidalc, with his horses, cattle, and sheep, whereby the plaintiff had been ilenrived of his Rains, the cattle had been impoverished, and he had been put to expense in collecting and driving them back, and his cnttle had been lost. The defendant pleaded not g'lilty, and generally that the land was not the phintill\ but was part of the Crown lands of the colony, for which he (defendant) held a license from the Crown. The trial lasted fire days, and terminated in a verdict foe the plaintiff, on the material issues. ItuiD v. Commissioner of Railway*.— This was an action fur work and labour done and materials supplied. The plaintiff claimed £2,50. The defendant pleaded, ex cept as to it...

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

MULTUM IN PAUVO.' | A handsome sword, made by Wilkinson and Son of Pall Mull, is to be presented to Lieutenant Adjutant Haynes of ths Sydney Volunteer Itiflo battalion, by the members of thu cotp*. Yesterday morning a deputation, consisting of A lick Oibjrne, K-iq., Thoun* II ale. Usu-, nnd J)r. O'lSrien, waited upon his Excellency Sir John Vouuir, at Government uuusc, iu ltrvsL'uia iiiviliuriai auupicu hi a puuuu wceiiug, held ut Hullatnbi,' praying the Government to render assist, nnce iu erecting a breakwater at that port, Tho memorial has been sinned by fire hundred persons interested in its prayer. His Kxcellenuy received the deputation most courte.iusljr, and promised to facilitate the conttidcratiou of thu memorial. Mr. Hale informed his Excellency of the steps already tuken upon tbu subject, and IV. O'Brien stHted th»t he was empowed by a c.impany that had sub. scribed a capital of forty thousand pounds, to work another coalmine in th; vicinity of Uellauibi, to guarantee int...

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

SYDNEY. Tun t».Tr. Di-FAtcAriON. — Since Mr. Salmon'* absconding has become known, sonic painful dis closures have been mode as to the extent of liis defal cations; nnd it now nppeurs that he is involved as dcepiy with other parties as he is with the Bnnk of New South Wales, tin; amount of hit liabilities being, it is estimated, little start of £10,000. The police nave, lor tue lust tnree or lour rtnyu, been actively engaged in efFi)rt9 to discover traces of his destination. The belief that he started for Hobart Town on Friday the 13th, the day he was Inst seen in Sydney, was confirmed ou Monday last, on ths arrival of Cnptiiiti Clinch at Melbourne, who stated that Mr. Salmon was a' passenger' with him in the steamer Tasmania, nnd that on his arrival at Hobart Town he started for Launcestcxi. The police au thorities in Melbourne have ' been communicated with, and should any information respecting Mr. | Salmon's whereabouts be discovered he will be ap preliemled and forwarded to- Syd...

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

INSOLVENT COURT. J NBW IN8OIVENTS. .j September 25.— Jacob A.necp, ol urouEnsm-p .'.-^ ncy, shoemaker. Uahilitici, £17 17s. 8d. ! assets &* (id.! deficit, £12 Is. ad. „ ? ,.,J September 23.— Edmund JcnWn». of Ril«y-llrwlvjS Hilli, Monemnton. Inabilities. £M 10i ! a«et», rt»t! personal property, £8 10-. | deficit, £36. . . Scptemliw 23.— On the petition of J*me« Co«W London, Kngland, gentleman, a rule niti »»« GfJJJU turnable on the -tth proximo, requiring SamnelTlwW othcrwiw called James Williams, of Sydney, «?-»-, thow cause why his estate should uot bo Kquotraiw'' the benefit of his creditors. ? £ ' T«~r — — ?— — — '~^it Tho lllnwarra Mercury hbtss-Wq hail a yeij ' »J Rample of cotton left at our office on Monday ia».'-, grown at Uulli, on the cstato of Mr Patrick 0«w»Wr*S have compared it with a Minplo of cotton from i''j Islands, and feel no hesitation in saying that tb« -m grown at Bull) is of qulto as good fl quality. » ? WJ| the slishtest dowbt but that the c6tton wou...

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

''disgraceful canard. ] p A paragraph appeared in tlie empire ot mun uor last, stating that much scandul had been creatd »rc a report that a young lady, of highly «-l-e« Jj'J connections nnd considerable personal attract* afnc had doped from tho residence of her parcnli,) |ic n clergyman. The paragraph went on to (iait (,)t( they believed this report wtis but too 'true, lint mime of the clergyman wns not mentioned, bit »ea doubt whatever was left as to who the gentK Xv- alluded to -v»s, as the name of his parish cfa^r8ll was given. Not content with _ thin FWom gating the ruinour, and giving it the i* K»nd publicity, the Umpire further commonli I «' the affair as, follows :— ' The delinquent hm tu jj£ another to the list of wolves in snecu's, ornajw shepherd's, clothing, whoare remarkably iiiiformfaid to the sins of otlierti, while cherishing the most mi in passions in themselves. The so-called '«vtj?C person who hns brought this disgrace upon nu*^ ing, and so much aurmw and nhanie o...

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

MAITLAND. 1/aroe Meteor.— Ou Sunday night, about IsalRpast nine, 41 sphrndrd meteor, was observed in the western sky. It presented the appearance of a bright yellow flame, of a circular shape, with a slurp longation behind, it tell in nearly a vertical direction for about 30 degrees, midway between tnc zeimn aim Horizon, ami men aiviuea ana im mediately went out. The light of the moon, which was about itu hour bigh at this time, was materially added to during the passage of the meteor.— Mercury. Dutch Ball.— A reunion took place in the School of Arts, West Maitland, on Monday night, attended chiefly by natives of Holland and Germany. There was a fair company of both sexes, and, aided by the music of the find Hungarian band at present iu town, we understand they spent a very pleasant evening.— Mercury.

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 28 September 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. | n8«tu*M(W ., . WEDNESDAY. ?*$.$*-'' fBefore the Police Magistrate.) \, , V^im. ..r»iM — William Thornton, seaman. was ciinrgeo. '^mg'. *?' nfde»ert to* a ship. The defendant I ad been '?^flfedS™ toSd S.. M»rPdr.nu, lying at the wharf. Jftm Seed to account for himself, Thornton said he had I^XSareed from the Ann and Jane six weeks before, rttVta3?lhthU papers were ashore. . He subsequently Hid ht DvihM nrt them and he was then taken to the watch-house. «Sn, enquiries had been made at the ^.hipping office, ;'^WVl:.W;.^rt!d that a man named William Thornton WtoCfflwDdUehanwd as stated by the defendant. The de. itb biSta no' stated to the court that he lud been employed h inVaKScwuinofUw Marcianns on the previous day, as a «? UTA bW During tl.t last six week he had been up ''- OeJXuiiilanil. -'-« °'-y returned to. Newcastle on Monday. ?M iSr'm discharged, «nd advised in future always to f «nd p3* correct account of himself in the first instance. . Chiw Imno Inbbcmt L...

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

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. OOULBUKN. Monday Evroingi— The new trial ot uwen, concerning whose case the jury had been discharged on Friday night, took place tn.day. Mr. Holroyd, lor the defence, dial, lenged one juryman, for cause. Tries were appointed, and pronounced the juryman to be not indifferent t he was ;i.nur»r. nni ?ll.iuivil tn ait. Si* ntheri were ordered by the Crown to stand aside. The triai then proceeded, much the same as before. There wa» the same opening address, aud the same witnesses were examined, Henley gave his evi dence better than on Friday, but was rather wild. He, however, swore to one of the jury on Fridays trial having been one of the bandsmen playing bagpipes at the riot of the 14th July. Air. Holroyd uddrened the jury briefly for the defence, and called uo witnesses. At half.past three o'clotflc the jury retired, »nd at UUCpast four they returned with 4 verdict of guilty of riot only. The prisoiicr.nude a few sfcfible remarks, and sentence was deferred*. I At the...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

JCEGISLATIVK ASSEMBLY. The assembly met at twenty minutes after seven p.m. Mr. Cowper placed upon the table a copy of hie Excellency's commission and instruc tions, which wns ordered to be printed. In answer to Mr. Burns, Mr. Cowper ad mitted that the accommodations for tho dis trict court at West Maitland were very de district court should have been there at all. The question was still under consideration by the government. ' in answer to Mr. Forster, Mr. Cowper said :ihat retnrns ordered by the house, relative to (denominational schools, to official boards of ?,enquiry, and to trust properties for the use ?of denominational sohools, respectively, would be prepared and laid upon the table an early as possible. In answer to Mr. Dangar, Mr. Cowper ?said that an answer' to Mr. Dangar's former . application would be given whenever a report relative to the crossing-plnco nt Qui Polly — . not Queer Polly — wns received from the^local surveyor, and that a sum of monoy [ov the repairs at B...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

PASIIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Thursday, September 26. LEG ISLATIVI3 CO U N C I h. Tbri council met nt twenty minutes pnst Four o'clock. Mr. Merewether's motion for an address for correspondence resncctiirg the resignation of (he president nnd certain members of tlie late legislative council, and the appointment of twenty-one members in May last, was agreed to without remark. Mr. Campbell presented a petition signed 'J w«»* iuimuunill3 Ul WV VT1CUU SUQ Dfil main, against the Chinese. Mr. Deas Thomson obtained leave to bring in a bill to incorporate the Tomago Coal Mining Company, and the bill was read a first time, and will be referred to a select committee on Tuesday next. Mr. Robertson's formal motion for the printing of the statistical registerwnsagreed to. ?Mr. Robertson altered his motion for an additional sitting day from Friday to Tuesday, and it was then ajrreed to. «, Mr. Robertson moved the second reading of the crown lands alienation bill, going at considerable length int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

NmvcASTi.r. s-Prlnted «nd published by thlP^ H. MTUckiin and .J; Bake*. »»«)»? VT General Printing Offlc»- Boltori-itrtit.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

Fiudat, September 27. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The assembly mot at half-past thrco p.m. la answer to Mr. Markham, Mr. Wcckcs ad mitted the desirability of conducting, under tho bo mo building, tbo business of tho telegraph offices and of tho post offices in the interior, and statod that arrangements to that effect would bo made as soon as practicablo. Mr. Sadlier presented a petition from certain residents at Miller's Forest, praying alterations in tho drainage bill. In answer to Mr. Harpur, Mr. Weokes stated tho total amount paid by tbe government to the commercial agents, Messrs. Willis, Merry, and Co., sinoo October 26 tb, 18G0, to bo £131,754. In answer to a question from Mr. Dicksoo, relative to returns of contingent and incidental expenses under responsible government, ordered by the bouse in February, 1860, Mr. Weekes said that according to a report from tho auditor general, great difficulty and cxponso was iu volved in the preparation of this return, no_por lion of whioh could ...

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The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

%\\\ Itytucetle dfhramcU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1861. ? A ? It is with feelings of no ordinary regret that we have to announce that, so far from the' strike being terminated, the probabilities of bucIj an event seem to be now more remote tl. _ „ ? \%r _ 1. ? l ? ? ; ? i it. . t*. , 1 1 man ever, vtc nau luraginca mat azeer cue lapse of six weeks, when each party wotild have seen the unfortunate effects of the stop page of nearly the whole trade of the port, the result of the meeting between fne dele gates and the managers and proprietors on Monday would have been such ns was cur rently expected during the past week* Tne actual result, however,- has been that the feel ings of parties seem id have been more embittered than' ever, rind the delegates have now come to the resolution' to have no further 6onferenccs with managers Or prop* retow, un less the latter meet them for the express purpose of acceding to their views. As we stated in our last issue, the p'rop'rictbrs were prepared t...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7 p.m.— The Aldinga (s.), arrived this morn, ing from New Zealand, with 210!) ozs. geld from Otago. The escorrt, reported by the City of Hobarr, had arrived with 11,200 ozs. Sixty-seven miners have relumed in the Aldinga, some thoroughly disgusted with Otago. They report the discomforts as great— no woodland bad food at extravagant rates. The (Jingo Journal* itfeommend cau tion. A correspondent of the Colonist says :— ' 1 nm sure that unless more rich ground is discovered soon, or sonic energetic measures are taken by the Government, or a com pany, the consequences will be Icarfnl. The truth has no doubt been told, but not the whole truth. I could have employed lifty men within the last week or two at merely nominal wa-?es— food and shelter.' From a successful die. ger's note the Colonist extracts the following :— ' We did very littlu till the last fortnight. Tho week before last each man in our company did £35, and last week we cleared £43 13...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

SYDNEY. et p|f Ot FiRK.— An alarm of fire was iSf'ci*Uie Insurance Fire Brigade Office '''''line that the establishment of Messrs. u.Jk]id MacDoime!!, jewellers, of George- ilp-|ks on fire. The engines and men Vt'?llI''.J:l.. onninnnii find on their arrival ^iritt/Tj3p0t; the alarm was found to have e ?a*in*fcd from the appearance ofDawson'* 'Kfcpauly the glare of which was strongly d&Moai a considerable distance.— Empire, '?wtoriidber 27. ,XfS^3fcswa Accident.— Yesterday after -a the n«h drayman, whose name we have not owtfitf'8 Proceeding along Bourke-street, t0»iewitHi!l9, when finding something wrong proceed Ahich was loaded with stones. In uieUeil180- unfortunately, ho fell before ihc xpe/dH which passed over both his thighs, nfeTxo them— n portion of the loading, at ihee(io3n6time, falling upon his body, bruising, ''?'??wnternally so shockingly, as to almost ij«t itaiJJe nil hope of his recovery. A lady W 'ointiiijjdea close by where the accident oc cJtwM3, mino ao per...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. (Rcfore the Police Magistrate.) ' Drunkenn'f.ss, &c— Henry Allenby, miner, was fined 40s. for being drunk and disorderly hi a public place, on the 27th instant. Threatening to Destroy HcnsBtr.— Ellen Col. lier, accused of this, was discharged. Ii.lf.o.u.ly on tug I'ltErtisES.— Donald M'Kay, master mariner, wax charged with being illegally on tho . premises of Maria Waters, on the 27th iustnut. Tlie case was postponed in conccquence of the illness of tho defen dant, until the 30th inutt [We understand that the matter has since been settled aut of court.]. MONDAY. (Before II. Scott, Iisq., fc.M.) DcSERTldH FROM THE STBAMBR WlLMAMS.— Wil. liam Clarke, lamp. trimmer, charged with deserting from the steamer Williams, was remanded until the 1st October. Indecent Language-,— James Burns, guilty of using indecent language within hearing of a person passing in Watt-street, on tho 28th instant, was fined £5, or in do. fault, was, sentenced to six wcoks impr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

Holloway's l'tLLH.-Huith reitorcd.— Thi; vstluljU Utnpuraturo of the Rnpliah climate during tho winter, lias a pernicious nnd deleterious lufluencn on tho tkiti, inuiolct, glands nud limpa s hence w« find er--sl|tela«, rhouin«il«in, enlarged gl.iniU, mid bronchltU w rt-ry pttvaltml. To these Hulloway's romrdlM Imve proved jhnnnulvea » per. feet antidote for more tb«n a quarter (if a century. J huu. ?anils bnvc cured theimclvciby tubbing In ihii iucklmnbU ointmfctit, wbich, by continued friction, penetrates ihoskiu and restores regularity to every nrgnii, both us rra«|-fl» circulation, scowlion, and functiun. Holloway's I'illi should always be taken to aid the Ointment whtiu iho din. caie is constitutional, chronic, or danB«'»'- a* t'c- lltf vent th» iutemtl lodgment of toy deleterious mutters.

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CORRESPONDENCE. SEA BATHING. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. SB 4. BATHING. To the Editor of the Ntwcaitlt Chronicle. Sir— The good people of New South Wale* are so much accustomed to depend upon Government for everything, that they seem to forget entirely the maxim ' that God helps those that help themselves.' This is probably the reason why the inhabitant! of Newcastle have never wit. nessed any attempt to supply the place with the means re. quisitc for enjoying in safety, decency, and comfort, the pleasures oi a marine Dam. ii nas, i presume, too mucli the appearance of 3 'speculation' for those who never think of embarking in any business until it has become already overstocked ; but to such I do not address myself. 1 know, however, that a place like NeVcasJIe, continually recommended by the faculty to invalids fdtjthe benefit, no less of sea air than of sea bathing. Would be certain to compensate the outlay. It can hardljr be expected that the Government should undertake the construction of public baths any more than we c...

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NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS-, The Omeo. brought, to Melbourne, news from Otogo to the 7lh. Our telegrams have announced later intelligence, but we take the following from the Mel bourne papers, extracting, from files by the Omeo. The latest intelligence from the gold-fields is con tained in the following lettof from -a correspondent of the WilntM ; — lUBpeKti, aejHciiiiicr ?». ' The most noteworthy occurrence of the past week has been a large rush for the Ileaumont, a 8eum distant from here about nine miles, rising: in the Lammcrmoor Itnngea, and running from thence into ihe-Molyneus River, in a south-westerly direc tion, where it was asserted gold, in quantities fabu lously large, had been discovered. Inconsequence) of this report, some four or five hundred persons started on Wednesday- aa I Thursday last. Hie ex pedition, however, hud been unsuccessful.. Most;of the persons returned on-Suuday, their ardour some what cooled, and in no- very pleits.int or amiable mood. They searched the...

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