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MAITLAND THE WALLIS CREEK RAILWAY [?]MENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

1 MAITLANn THE WALLIS CREEK RAILWAY f A aepuMbon, eoniuting of the Hon.B ? M. L.C'.i Mr. llurm, M.L.A.- Mr iw,v Mr. . WcdML M.L.A. (coloaU UreuuS ' ALL. A.t Mr.Sadlier.M.L.A.j Mrwid u Mr. Hangar, M.L.A.', Mr. l^ffi „ liain Curves ; Mr. John Bortlmjck, J p . Nicholson, waited yesterday upottArr.Ar.,^ ![ Jor public works, to request the coiuttuctS 9 at \v«HW Creek, in the Huoter dutrict. under-secretary. and Mr.Whitton ih. .„.:.. * railway*,- were alio in attendance. is It was explained on the part of the depau v proprutors aid teugutt of land at, ud ne«ri ? conceive that their losses from floodih»»t 11 tl very coniiderably from the railw.y .utberiS 1 lected to deepen to th« neceslary meat, ia« uel which they cut at the mouth of thecreS ;l an embankment which was made in the n, n for a railway crossing. u The Government had at the request of a cr fl tatiou agreed to deepen the creek to » level « { nal or uutural channel, but tbis work had ellected, owiug to the Hooded ktate of the en ...

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NEW SOULE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

NEW SOttE SHIPPING. ... . . ? .cmvAi.3. .coia^Aimv Ab&gent Huuter, barque, 367, Daley, t'BSD.vY, SlU'IEMjarque, Sinclair, fcorh Sydney. nil.lv. t|,c speaker opSTKUS INWARDS, e o'clock. -etrel, from Sydney. September 29.— tii-csol mulioii weesrt Stephens | Catherine, from Syduey. to 'jiieitiuiib, it iv.l.ouita Maria*, Bara'S Legacy, anil Sham.

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

*4H fm towage. 7/ T P.M| &f Towage will tftfrfeaiedf booki lit rR Cekt- on publijheft^ratesJ 'ipti the strike, commencing from' S. Iff'6' SINGLE AND CO..'!* id dmiti!;tjptembcr, 1851. ? ''I1 NK TO SYDNEY. V/^ $ jAustralasian Stcamy^wi ' „ P Company's Steamers will leave ^GMsjikr'' (calling at Newcastle), fail JjSfurther notice, as follows ( — fr *Sff- \ ItiAtoMo, Captain Adams, f_-i at 7 o'clock a.m. ^fl6 \ CotLARov, Captain Mulhal), k~JB ? / at 2 o'clock p.m. !//H3|;ORGE R. DIBBS & CO., '^^ ?™.i_P Agents, Scott-street. SJltomtol4'18BI' '''fjifeWGOLD tflELDS-OTAGO. narkJl firtt-class clipper Ship ' MAR TEmtlETHA ROESENER,' 700 tons, , toii^rles Eggers, commander, is liourly mected from Otago, and will sail early enttBpn Newcastle. This fine vessel lias intwWou« 'tween decks, thoroughly venti iptrij.lf' P00P- Btu* °tter3 nn opportunity for ;.Ci &,m to be met with in this port. Freight ' lloderate, Provisions Al. Early np 'Z). i Ruftry to the undersigned, as-on...

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[?] COSTERS OUTWARDS. [?] Kate Kearney, for Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

' ?** '*+J '(III! I'UIICJ* Ctcricb Wblllil -? l'OASTKIJS oiiTlVARIlS: .i!!':.n'.?iaJ'l.--K»te Kearney, for Sydney. I'lilVU 111 JI| ' i»K yciir.-(ieamer Pirate. 361- tons, Captain Robertson (one of 'iwr.ifeMelBourtiB and New Zealand boats), arrived here yc» t. -rday morning, at nine o'clock, an accident happening to the crank of her engine having compelled ths captain to put in here for necessary repairs; It appeal* that she left Melbourne on Tuesday last, With a full cargo ef sundries, a large portion of flour (seventy tons), and a considerable quantity of spirits, &c;, thirty-three horses, and about forty passengers bound for the new El Dorado at Tuapeka, New Zealand. O.i Wednesday evening, she called in at Swan Island, to take on boaid 300 sheep, and sailed again on the intiowing x hurscby morning. Shortly otter n me o'clock on Friday morning, the accident occurred to her crank. She was immediately put under canvas, and bpre up for this part; she made this const near the h...

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

BIRTH. At Newcastle, on the 28th September, Mrs. Lewis Wood, of a daughter.

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THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING. THURSDAY.—FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 October 1861

THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING. Thursday. - First Day. The first day of the association matches passed away with a degree of success. The weather was all that could be wished. In the early part of the day, there was but little interest exhibited ; there was nothing to suggest the occur- rence of anything extraordinary. In accordancc with instructions from head quarters, the competitors assembled at the race course, at a quarter be- fore nine, and were marched to the ground, the first shot being fired as nearly as possible at the hour fixed by the association. Ten targets had been erected, two at each of   the distances, 200, 300, 400, 500, and 600 yards, by which means the first and third matches in the programme were proceeded with simultaneously. Considering tli.it it is the first meeting of the kind that Sydn .»-? has had, everything passed ofl'thus far must satisfactorily. The proceedings were under the immediate control of Colonel Kempt, the men being paraded in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

ITou.oway's Ointment and Pills. — Suddendeathe, —Towards the close of the year the daily (irints constantly shock the public by recording the particulars of caih where persons fall and instantineausly die. Suchdeathi are referable to affection* of the head and heart. On tha least oppression in tho head or chest, Holloway's detergent Ointment ahould be rubbed upon the spine or brea'it, whilst his Pills are regularly taken internally. These pre cautionary meamres will prevent fainting, and determin ation of blood to the head, and effectually ward off' apnplexy and palsy. Oile other or b»th Holloways medi. cainrn's should he instantly employed when flatulency, riddiiiisi, or Heaviness foreshadows the coining att'aclc. The i is the time niccossfiilly to avert future mischief. TO THE WORSI-HPFUL.THE MAYOR OF NEWCASTLE. SI II — We, the undersigned, inhabitants of tlii» city, respectfully request that you will call a 1'l'bi.ic Mi'.ktino, in order thnt tie citizens of New castle may have an...

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(SEMI-OFFICIAL.) Dunedin, 16th September, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

fSEMr.OFFIfiIAr..l Dunedin. 16th September. 18GI. To Mkjor Richardson, &c, &c, Sc. Sir, — At your request I note down a few observations on the Rold-fijlds, taken during my trip to them last week. I made the journey in 1 J day's easy travelling on horseback by the North Taieri Road. This route is capable of much improvement, and 1 have no doubt will be much frequented during this entiling summer. In snowy and stormy weather Ihp '1'nL-om.iiriro road is ureferablu tboueh loneer. On coming in sight of Gabriel's Gully, I was much a? tonished at the change that had taken place. The gully was studded with tents from one end to the other, and the surface, verdant with fine grass two months ago, was now gutted and ransacked in an extraordinary manner. Fully 3300 people must have been at work in this gully, aiid numerous parties were seen spread out over the adjacent gullies and even hills. Altogether, there cannot be less ?' than'GO.IO peopli on the diggings. On the day afte...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

MAITLAND. R'C1 '0At Trade at Mohpetii.— The unfortunate in Hi at Newcastle has so enhanced the value of coal ?*?'??' to overcome the heavy expense of dray cartage 1* NFour Mile Creek, and to cause it to be brought for. ? ^in very considerable quantities for shipment to Syd. — ,ind for lighterage to Newcastle. This stimulant can. ?' te expected to long continue, but, temporary as it is, i.^! rtll assist in bringing into increased notice and more mji miii u«e n coai wmen, lor steam purposes, win nere. for f [take place with the best Welsh f.ircon-umption in the ill r°'a.n(' which is unw shut out from competing with it . bt difficulty of gcttini; it to markat. This increased |u' meat of coal has given the neighbourhood of the oil en's wharf here a busier aspect for the last few weeks, ti' tha appearance of one of Messrs. Bingle's steam tngc, ill eaiys since, towing two or three vessels from Newcastle, Itl »*'ovel interest tn the shipping operations, which were ?-? A-mnally conducted un...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

MULTU-U IN PARVO. igsip, j,, the course of the triul of Hugh Wardlow, nt ProP* [Central Criminal Court, ? yesterday, a con versa ''ion idwsi carried on for some time be; ween the Chief 'r-'t* itire, a witness, nnd the jury, the result of which %i ^ air be important to have generally made known. d«r, j x Chief Justice said, in conclusion, that if n cheque , fort K dated on n Sunday, on the day of the inilleuiuin, ''?'I* tny other remote or possible date, the bank, if (he rwiH— .... l.o.l fniiU in ini-pt it. was warr.inted nnd wifi noH gad 10 pny it, notwithstanding the dute. And in I veitigaf^ uualion of the principle of law, that no mini shall ' '''' ''b t advantage of his own trick or nonsense, his during^ wr mentioned the fact, that the Court compelled 'PpoBitii drawer- of n promissory note to pay it, dlthoiigh II of pai-^ m couched in these words: — ''I promise never ' tt'erti p»y, &e.' — Umpire, Oct. I. lie petititt &. cuild named Louisa Agn?s Wntsoii, aged five ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. The Wongn Wunga (s.) arrived in Sydney late on Tuesday night from Otugo, whence she sailed on the 26th ulti no. She has had a continuance of strong N. aud N.W. galc.i, with a heavy sea and unsettled weather, the whole passive. The Wonga Wonga had a number of passengers engaged for Sydney, but the intelligence of a new golJ-fielil having been lininn, induced mem to turicit their pussnge money, nnd she Inn come on with only 2 in the stceiMgp. She brings up 3000 ounces gold, and rep its IS, 000 ounces lying in O ago. The steamer has come up ahort-hunded, five seamen having deserted. Ciiplnin Walker reports that the Bank of New South Wales had 15.000 ozs. of gold, and the Union Bank 7000 ozs., 300.) of which came up by the Wonga Wonga. Had they been aware at Utago that the gold would be rec-ivcd iu th sport duty free, by having the New Zealand Custom House stamp on the boxes, a large quantity would have been rent up by the Wonga tVonga. Ou the 29th ultimo the steamer was ad...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

SYDNEY. Sydney Detectives.— A. pamphlet recently published by Mr. J. T. Coukrrell, formerly a pawnbroker in Sydney, throws considerable light on the character of the men employed by the police authorities here as spies and detectives. The following evidence, given on Mr. CoekerelPs triul, by one of these gentlemen, wi'l enable the public to judge or tuc character ut the testimony likely to be forthcoming in any case iu which these 'agents of tho Sydney police force,' as they term themselves, arc engaged. Is it any wonder that the juries at the lute assizes at Goulburn refused to believe the testimony off red on the part of the Crown at the triuU of the rioters ? The name of the detective who, on his crosi-cxainin-ition, gave the following inter esting bit of personal history was Thomas Grant, lie depo-eil: — ' I am a labourer, but L do no work ; I am at present in gaol, charged with robbing a public-house ; I came out of gnol a fortnight bituk ; [ was transported from Man chester to...

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PETITION [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

petition to the honorable the legislative assembly of Sn -!„« Wales, in parliament assembled. . ™ The humble petition of the undersigned intaoitwti, Morpeth, I! niton, Mmtland, Newcastle, and theHn. River district, respectfully showeth— ? That v/iii* tiAtif Winers uiiiw iiritli #.n»_:j ? i i * . misgivings, the bill now before the assembly, for the ian poration of the proposed Morpelh and Maitland nilt company, and they, therefore, would inortrespectfullvu earnestly urge upon your honorable house, the neceicitrS discussing this important measure in all its btarineim vinusly to its receiving the sanction ot parliament That your petitioners would remind your hononM house, tnat the great highway of the district, the Hum River, is entirely in the hands of two incorporated coma nies of capitalists, who, instead of conducting their buL ness transactions in accordance with the rules of legitiini competition, are acting in direct and open collusion iH that, in consequence of this monopoly, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

TIMBEE YABD. Qq}^ NOTICE OF KKMOVAL. ^ F J.SHAW begs to inform the inlinbitants of ? Newcastle nnd the public generally, that he has removed to ? his more comm-dions premUes, corner of Dmby and Blnne streets, nearly - pposite (he A. A. Company's office, where lie hope*, by attention nnd moder/te charges, to merit n coiitin! anc* of the patrothtfo*?0 liberally bestowed on htm since his commencement in business. F. J.S. wonld beg also to state that he is now prepared to execute orders to any amount, and at the lowest possible prices, with 'a liberal dUcount to wholesale pur chasers. N. B..— Colonial und American furniture, always on hnnd. chonp. .. ? MAIZE, — TluKundersigned are ensh pur chameri. WhV v|!u--. \ XJ- o EO. K. D1BBS&CO. rfVH E undersigned are purchasers of gooil M4«2E I and firttclass Lucerne nnd Oiitpn II a v. \\n i 4 ? .- OEORQE TULLY AKD'CO Newcastle, )Oth May, 1801. ? _,__ rilhe undersigned arexash purchasers of good J. maize. Wfjt) BINOLE & CO. Newcas...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

? v In* another column we publish some details of the affair at the Glebe on Wednesday last, as narrated to us by several eye-witnesses. There seems to be no doubt that a disturbance of some kind did take place, though whether it wore so serious an aspect as was at first represented, appears doubtful. In any case, we trust that an investigation will shew that rumour has magnified the proportions of. the quarrel, and that there was no intention on the part of the miners to use violence for the purpose of preventing men from earning their daily bread because their mode of doing so was distasteful to them, and interfered with their plans. It was only a few days ago that we printed an extract from the Weekly Dispatch of. June 22, narrating the trial of several miners at Wakefield, on a charge of conspiring to intimidate other parties from going on with the work which the defendants had refused to perform. On that occasion, the men were found guilty, and were each sentenced to two months...

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MAITLAND AND MORPETH RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

MAITLAND AND MORPETH - RAII-WAY. a The following petition is in course of beinj sta in the Maitland district, in opposition to die nr0J? railway from Maitlnncl to Morpeth, the bill to tlioiisc the formation of which was read a firitc on Tuesday last, in the Legislative A«s,-mbly w was referred to a select co-iiinitteeon Tlmr«% , petition, similarlv worded, luis Immi A,«c.~i ,'' * natures here, an.l is to be taken round for tint J pose. The subject is one of the greatest itnpetta! 1 to Newcastle, and we trust that the bill will not? allowed tn pass without the fullest inmnVai % takinjr place into it. It will be recollected tlut»L the bill was introduced by Mr. Parkej, durinrl lust session, it encountered the warmest oddoiiiS i and finally fell through nt the prorogafon ofW meut. We shall take the opportunity to reverti' the mntter at length in o.:r next issue, The petitigt »' will remain open for signature at the office eft \ journal, until noon on Monday next.

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WEDNESDAY, October 2. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

Weenesday, October 2. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The council met at the usual time. The Crown lands occupation bill stood first on the paper Mr. Robertson moved the second reading. Sir W. M Manning and Mr. Deas Thomson bath spoke against the b.ll, although not opposing it, and after sume hours' debate it was read a second time. The house then adjourned to Thursday, tu go on with the Crown lands' alienation bilL LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Legislative Assembly met at twenty-six minutes past three p.m. The Speaker called attention to a recent uruer ui me nuuse lor pruning a pennon jrom .vjr. n. jj. Kentish, which had been found to contain expressions con veying serious imputations against eeruiu iiin^istutes. It was therefore questionable whether the petition ought to be printed. Mr. Cowper would move that the order bii re scinded. Mr. Piddington objected. Mr. Forster remarked that, ai the order fur the printing had been passed, iliu olli cers of the House must obey it. .Mr. Cowper withdrew h...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

INSOLVENT COUlff. NfiW INSOLVENTS. October 2.— William Iliichcauk, «t present a confine for debt in Darlingliui*t gaol. Liabilities, £11 4s, SL Assets, value of personal property, £10 j amount of debts rlue to insolvent, £ol Si. (id.; total, j£u'2 8s. b'd. Deficit, X8 1 St. !)il. Uctuher 2.— William Henry Tuylor, of No. 35, Genr|- street, late iirnvndnre nf the Intercolonial lloval.Util Conv piny, on petition and aflidavit. j! October 2.— l'sitrick O'Noil, of Ciarcncu Town, UMT Hnvk!iel:l. Liabilities. £2-i7 IN. Assets, value of per. ' iuii.il property. £22. Deficit, £'22~) Us. ,, ; October 2. -Thomas Miller, of No. 3, Ncw.bnildlnn King-sheet, Inlimir and general cominision agent. Lwbm. tins, £| 13 (is. 101. Assits value of pertntml property, D' outstanding dehln, £t. Deficit, £101) 6*. 10.1. ' , October 2. — Jiihsi Hrady, of Ha/.strcet, vynolioomoolov butcher, nt present out of busiui!.«(i. Liabilities, *« -* Assets, value ol personal property, £5. Deficit, £416*. I rule nisi. \ Se...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The assembly met at twenty-eight minutes past 3 p.m. Mr. Macleay presented a petition from a number of the inhabitants of Gundagai and the neighbouring districts, io favour of the construction nf a bridge at Gundagai. In answer ta a question of Mr. Egan, as to whether wharfage would be charged on goods pussing between Eden and Sydney, Mr. Weekes said that the government had not yet decided on the details of charges to be made at out. ports, but that the subject was under consideration. iu questions oi Mr. Mornce, relative to an alleged public inconvenience caused by the erection of a tollgate. within the townof Uerrima, Mr. Arnold objected that the ques. tions were somewhat out of order, as being accompanied by statements involving debate. His answer, however, was to the effect that the site of the tollgate in question had been ?selected as the best possible, and that he could not s:iy what further steps the government would take in the matter, which was slill ...

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NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

NEWUASTLK HOSPITA L. An adjourned special |i;ncral meeting of the subscribers to the hospital was held on Tue.id.iy evening in the court house. Amongst the gentlemen present wire the Kev. Messrs. Fletcher, Coutts, Main, Messrs. Kemp, Meuzics, Williams, I'olton, liuchanan, Berner, lirown, Rogers, Ward, Dr. Morg«n, &c. His worship the Mayor was in the chair. The proceedings were commenced by the Rev. Mr. Flet. cher, honorary secretary, reading the minutes of the pre vious meeting, which were then confirmed. Alter some conversation, it was tlieu resolved tlm the rules, gone over at the last meeting, should be read seria tim, and each one discussed separately. The first rule, de fining the object of the institution, and the second, refer ring to the management, were agreed to unanimously. Upon Rule 3, stating whom the cummiltji; should consist of being proposed, Mr. Kooehs moved the striking out of that portion stating that all subscribing clergymen should bo members nf the comm...

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