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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Feb. 2.— Adelaide, schooner, 78, Fuller, from Otago, New Zealand. Rainbow, steamer, from Sydney. Feb. 3. — Sanchopanzo, schooner, Pratt, from the Rich, rnond River. Passengers— Mrs. Pratt, and Mrs. Carlson. Feb. 4.— Alice Walton, ship, 767, Holmes, from Mel bourne. BellaVista, barque, ICG, Groves, from Melbourne. Jane, schooner, 142, Gregory, from Geelong. Vibilia, schooner, 121, Wills, from Geelong. Feb. 5.— Bright Planet, barque, 165. Hoggart, fiotn Gee. long. Fair Toemanian, schooner, 144, Woolf, from Mel. bourne. Jessie, schooner, 11!), Law, from Melbourne. Feb. 6. — Waratah, steamer, from Sydney. Alma, Buuuuucr, iu^t jyuni, iiuiit jriviuuumc. Feb. 7. — Urara, and Telegraph, steamers, from Sydney. Sebim, schooner, 111, Jamieson, from Melbourne. Marlh'a, \ schooner, 9i, Minie, from Melbourne* Firefly, brig, 188, '**' Kirby, from Melbourne. J\ilja Ileynjl' barque, 318, Un derwood, from Adelaide. Prince, Patrick, schooner, 128, Archer, from Melbourne. Feb. 8.— H...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

pa^^Kntary intelligence. Mr. ?VflV asked the colonial treasurer — ' 1. Whether mcCoveniiiient contemplate the introduc tion of any measure to authorise tho collection of tonnage dues from vessels visiting the various ports and liar ours of the colony ? 2. If not, will the Government introduce a bill during the present ses sion to repeal the 19th Vic, No. 25, authorising the collect on of such dues at the port ot Newcusle? Mr.Weekes said when the large survey of the livers and harbours was concluded, lonnagc dues could be collected. It was not the intention of the Ciovcrn ment to introduce a bill dur ng the present session 'o repeal tho 10th Victoria, No. 25. Mr. Ilanncll asked tho secretary for public works — ' Whether the Government intend to have the plans for cv ssing the streets of Newcastle, with lines of railway for the shipment of coals by the Atistra 1 an Agricultural and Coal and Copper companies, as prepared by the engineer-in-chief for railways, put into operation ; and i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

Iff the management} of our colonial finance, we - fail to recognise in Mr. Weokcs any adaptation of tbo economical principles of Smith, or the wise frugality of a Sully, or, to speak more plainly, any principle at all. From the first day of his installation down to the present, the aim of our respected treasurer appears to be, to make everything as smooth as possible, to avoid any dangers arising- from new tangled schemes of taxation, rihd to unake both sides of the sheet balance. by carrying over something worth while from tfrS,yyearrs income to meet the expenditure of the following, or future years. Originality wo cannot .expect ; at one time wo find Mr. Gladstone is the model, and we are threatened with a. stamp tax, and this not being received with favour,. is withdrawn ; and again Mr. Glad stone is invoked, and we have an equalization of the spirit duties. It was in past times a com plaint agaitiBt the Thomson administration that its inventivo genius in finance was coufined to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 February 1861

Ul ; Steam to Sydney. in ?', ? — K !j& ^E Australasian Steam Navi W ' ^tMNKkt*. Sat'on Company's Stetmers will leave (!a! ''^JjHald^' Morpeth (calling rft Newcastle), KA iMOlJDAYS \cottARolt/pa*4nMulhBlL S'thubsdIys J (Wff m- J »f TUESDAYS 'IlLLALONojcaptam Addamg, ' FRIDAYS / at ^o'clock p.m. snA GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., ptt ' /Agents, Scott-street. 'I Newcastle, February I,il861. ? -__ 6 TTTANTED, on qJfoti/IER, vessels for the fol YV lowing porU— ill f\ I I ' Sydney, Mslbdufioi M.delaide, ./ andfN\n Zeuajfl. i Application to v_// I f 1/ ? . . geoiJghm'ully & co., Scott andJBolton streets, Newcastle. 10th January, 1861. ? , { DATBNT SLIP,! ^TOCKTON.— The un L deraigned is iKefcatedAo take vessels upon the ? - lip (to remain sixCnoilplfcj/tcmpornry repairs) and (' \, - launch the same foJf ipJt pi ton register, and Gd. - ) »r ton per day slip d/tlesy \J/ / \\ 17 A JAMES SCOTTJ |! 3 Newcastle, 14th Septeiffier, 18C0. v £ | OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT. r HUTCHINSON &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

Gaoss Ignorance. — At an inquest recently held at Bishop Middlelum, Northumbbrlund, Jane Gray, aged 18, appoared an a witness, and was interrogated as follows ;— ' Do you know where good people go to when they die V — ' To Ferryhill.' ' Do you know whoro bad people go to ?' ' No,' '? Havo you hoard of Heaven ?' — ' No.' ' Havo you hoard of Hell ?'— ' N».' ' Hava you been at school?' — ' No.' The ooronor and jury, after hearing thoflo answers, declined to rccoivo any evidenca from tho WitllCSB. Stationery, Books Wrapping Paper, & THE undersigned haver always on hand, a; supply of superior stationery, account bi wrapping paper, &c, which they import direct London, consisting of — Writing papers, envelopes, wedding and other f stationery, surveyors* and engineers' dr* . f papers, tracing papers, and calico ; drawing I tenals, mathematical instruments, CHA1 J AND NAUTI/AL iJTA-TIONERY, d f services, piay^frbfok^; family and pocket I in various Ijgi AB^Cf, school books an...

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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

COLONIAL SUMMARY. On Saturday last, the premises of Mr.Lcvien, store keeper, Maitland, narrowly escaped destruction by fire. It appears that the catastrophe was averted by the accidental illness of Mr. Levien's son, who, fan cying in the dead of the night that he smelt fire, awakened his mother, and at once informed her of his suspicions. She accordingly- went below and. found one of the inner rooms enveloped in flames. Aided by the rest of the inmates, she succeeded in extinguishing the fire before it had time to inflict any serious damage upon either the goods or premises. A frightful accident recently occurred to a young man named Patrick Phelan, who has been for some time, in occupation of a farm on the Louth Park-road Ha and his brother were engaged in harnessing a horse to a plough, when the animal becoming fright ened at something, suddenly started forwards. Mr. P. Phelan, together with his brother, was, in conse quence, thrown to the ground, the ploughshare bury ing itself u...

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CONTINUATION OF FACTS IN REFERENCE TO THE REGULATION AND VENTILATION OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

CONTINUATION OF FACTS IN REFER ENCE TO THE REGULATION AND VENT I LATION OF MINES. As the estimate of Mr. Thomas J. Taylor nearly agrees with the estimate of Dr. Hutchinson, but it was not quite provided for dilating the gases to a point where they would be no longer injurious, nor for removing the air after it has been breathed, especially when a number of men are work, ing at a continuous face of coul, but I find in a report of Mr. H. Mackworthj one of her Mnjesfy's inspectors of mines, that after having examined and measured the venti lation in a Rreat number of mines in England and Wales, I have found the simple rule hold good, that where there was no escape of firedamp, and little of any other mineral can, that 100 cubic foot of air per minute for each man and boy, when properly carried up to the face of the working, was 'the minimum quantity of air essential for sanitary purposes alone. This quantity of air I find it is quite im possible to introduce with airpipes in the manner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

Holloway's Pills. — Fresh Air.— For health, happi ' ness, and tongevity,.pure air is essentially necessary ; but ' how in ovcrcrowdl-d cities is a wholesome atinoBiiliere ;U- be obtained?' Artificially it cannot be accomplished, but nature to a considerable extent rectifieslhe disadvantage by making certain organs throw out the impurities derived' from foul air. Holloway's pills wonderfully assist the pu rifying process, by their peculiar action on tho stomach,, liver, lungs, and kidneys, over each and all of which they exercise a cleansing, corrective, and salutary control, stinuu ' lhting, repressing, or soothing, as circumstances require.. Holloway's pills effectually dispel those morbid particles, which, entering..the system, originate fever, diptheria, and. bowel complaints, and all the catalogue of serious ailments lesulting froi»,the blood being contaminated, by foulexha Ution. ENGLISH NEWS. 'flirt Pini'imlar nnd Qr.ontal Companys steamship Jeddi, Ca.nam Soanv, arrived Ht Kin...

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THE GOLD FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

THE GOLD FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [by an old dioocb.] O? all the various means by which locomotion is achieved, commend me— for every purpose of ob servation and enquiry — to tho.e employed by the pe destrian traveller. In other and more expeditious modes of travelling, there :b always a tendency to enjov rather the pleasure of the journey than to bene fit by the opportunities afforded for profitable remark Having just completed an overland expedition from Melbourne to Sydney, from thence to Maitland, and' filially to Newcastle, permit me to lay before your readers certain incidents, observations, and reflections, which have occurred to me in my progress. Perform ing, like Goldsmith in his celebrated tour, the whole Journey on foot, it was my object to lay up in remem brance certain facts, which I now, under your leave, beg to submit to the consideration of the public. It will be necessary to state at the outset that, for upwards of a'x. years, I folluw(d the vocation of a gold-di...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

NEW ZEALAND. We arc hob- in the receipt of intelligence from Auck land, up to the 1st instnnt. ' The war is still carried on both sides with una bated vigour, and many and sanguinary are the con flicts continually occurring between the natives and the British troons. Major-General Pratt is, it seems, endeavouring to carry into effect a system of military tactics, wlrcb, if successful, can hardly fa^ of. completely su' jjgating the refractory Maories. On the reduction of cne of their strongholds, he im mediately sets about converting it into an English fortification. For this purpose a block-house is in the first place erected, the same being subsequently strengthened bv the addition of gabions, ditches, bas tions, &c, ana followed by the introduction of can non and all other means and munitions of war. In the meantime, it is impossible to avoid admiring the courage and conduct evinced by the enemy upon every possible occasion. They have all along been looked upon as the gall...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

Tilt discovory\f thoso human, remains upon whioh an enquiry \\m been hold, and a report of whioh will bo foundin another ooluniu, almost itupols us to the conclusion, that a foul murder lias beco ootnmitted, the porpotrntors of whioh bovo hitherto not inly escaped dotootion, but euwcion. ' -... ,-?., It will be intremrtmtej^oo, that, in our issue of the 12th Jantiary lnff^tt^Jk) was reported, under the head of ' Daring outrago on board fillip,' and that in our loading columns of the Bimio date, we directed special attention to tho occurrence, as ono showing tbo necessity for a water police forco ut this port. At that time we had n suspicion tbut the missing man reforred lo op that oocasion, might bavo been removed from his watob on dook by similar means, nnd by tho same parties who subsequently threw his shipmate overboard. On mentioning these sus pioions at tbo time, no ono else appeared to on tcrtoin then), nor held any other opinion than thai the nan reported to bo missing bud, a...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. MR— I have always imagined that the press did its duty impartially, and that, when reports of public proceedings appeared in its columns, such reports could be depended on and cited as an authority. I ask you to judge if such is the case in some of the law reports published in the C/iro. nicle of Saturday the 9th instant, where the case of Whyte ». the Bank is such an inversion of the truth, that I think it a mistake. In like manner the case of Perry t-. the Corpo ration is reported like the pleading of an advocate— all on uiie oiue. iiu», i am unacquaimea wun me individuals in question, and am not even a ratepayer, but I like justice, and having attended the court during these trials, I am able to state a few things not exactly like the report of the Chronicle. It says that some twenty witnesses were examined. Now I counted seven for the plaintiff and two for the defence, — altogether nine witnesses,— and although the surveyors for Perry fo...

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Fiat Justitia Ruat Co[?]lum. MEDICAL INJUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

-?— ' 'fiat Juttilia Ituat Cctlum. - .MEDICAL INJUSTICE. Tfttt* EiWor of the Newcastle Chronicle. $n'J?'* Judgment and known impartiality will I Mmniion of the following question : — Some weeks Wm nott^dfrom our city coroner to attend and 'AtiM in tho case of a child that had died from a jjtnplaint, so prevalent among the children of the wstl in this neighbourhood. My evidenco having *a Inconclusive, and my certificate of the child's wMMictory,' the coroner suggested the propriety ?«-«i-«.wia examining anotner medical man, to WOot^eoL Haviug applied to the coroner for wmaryfco in mich caaes, viz., £1 Is, allowed me C'.'M conraly infornicd that I had no claim to it, «ft,M51gnjd by the coroner being, that another pro. jflMKlJtora competent to give evidence than my. »(»,(« mat dr. Having been ihe first medical man ,v wM°wner, as well aa fiist in attendance on the 'iTOwon, I whh to be informed (Mr. Editor) ' i ?'* ;«otiUcd to my expences in such a cage, and f?'f,Wyi the coroner of the d...

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BIBLE SOCIETY—NEWCASTLE AUXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

BIBLE SOCIETY— NEWCASTLE AUXILIARY. Tub firot annual meeting of the Newcastle B bio So ciety took place in tho .court-house, o,i Wodnesdny, tho 13th instant. P. C. Boswell, Esq., took tho chair at scvM o'clook, supported! right and loft by the clergymen and various^ speakers who were to take part in the proceeding Tho Rov. Mr. Oreoo openou tuc meeting wun prayer, niter wmon, kUjoCjiAinMAN roso one} Bdid: Lndiefl and gontlo. men— Allow mo lo auigratiilato you on tho success of your efforts in thmj^ty. On looking at tho report, I fujd that,, in Sydney, 'with a populatipn of seventy orcTighty thousand, 600 bibles wore distributed, and in thia place, where we can only tnuBtor a population of ataut 4000, not less than 361 copies of the scrip tures have been required during the post year. When this society was first established, many clergymen thought there was little occasion for sueh a society, as money was plentiful, and every man was supposed to possess a bible. Now your report is a r...

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Newcastle Police. (Continued from Friday, 8th instant.) (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

Ittinraatle Halice. (Continued from Friday, 8th inttant.) ( Before Mr. Scott. P.M.) ' Mr. A. A. P. Tighc appeared to answer the complaint of William Harris, and others, alleging that he, the said A. A. P. Tighc, doth cause a nuisance, t-y slaughtering cattle, keeping pigs, and boiling ofliil at his slaughter-house, such nuisance being a public nuisance to persons passing along the adjoining highway, as well as to the inhabitants of the neighbourhood and others. The following wituesses were subpoenaed in support of the information : — Mr. Charles Soaver, William Harris, J. U.Vigors, chief constable Holt,' Jessie King, Robert Whytte, — Owens, — Robertson, — Lindsev, and constable Smith.— —William Harris, licensed victualler, deposed that the information just read over to him was true und correct jn every respect, ami, 'on further examination, said : I know the slaughtering premises men tioned in tho information, situate within the city of New castle, between Blane-strect, a public tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

The Electoral Lists. — iSe electoral list for the 'doctoral district of Newcastle is now completed, as farm the collector is concerned, and will be publicly exhibited at the court-house for a limited period only, within which any person having reason to apprehend that his name hit been omitted, should ascertain, and, by application to tin clerk of pet{y sessions, may obtain its insertion therein. The MwViicipal Elections.— On Tuesday; tho poll. ing for aldermen for the city and Mncquarie wards took place, and excited the least possible amount of interest imaginable. Anyone not previously aware would havt failed to discover that an election was going on. Such was the general apathy displayed, and the total absence of any of the usual concomitants of such an event. On Taunt, day, in accordance with previous notice, the mayor, as re. turning officer, made a formal declaration in the court, house, of the final state of the poll, and the proceeding! were iionoured by the presence of thre...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ELECTION iOF MAYOR. liic council met on Friday evening, pursunnf to no tice. Present, hii worship the mayor, nl lermen Cor lcttc, Buxton, Pratten, Button, Kemp, Fleming, and Ross. Alderman Bolton rose and proposed for reelec t'on as mayor, Mr. James Hantiell, who had, during his period of office, filled the position with to much credit and satisfaction. He knew there were those who held the opinion, that there was no necessity of continuing cue same party in oiiice; and he did not contend for the necessity, but for the expediency of the step. Alderman Fleming, in rising to second the nomi nation, said, it gave him great pleasure, that mi op portunity was afforded him of bearing his testimony to the efficiency of the late mayor. AldennanCoRLETTB had anticipated an opposition from some quarter, but it did not appear probable from w: at he observed. He had therefore risen to support the nomination, and eulogised the ability and assiduity of the late mayor, and co...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. ff«e I but in b gown and band, just to entitle me to tTfoM. I'd ' spouf on this, till all the revereud texters Sdweach, for sermons, portions of my lecture.'— rt,iiightljr«lterea. ' To thi Editor if the NewcattU Chronicle. Bii-Thereare s great many abuses to be ventilated, ur^nct '-imit I am »t a loss with which to begin. il'^*T.nL which stands out in bold relief from Mnnal wrftce of pollution and rottennes, presented ffin Mrfcty, to which I tFould respectfully fnvite the £ of Well-meaning, honest men in general, andthe See alliance in particular. JfcSKak of the £iant &pe«ince,that « PpreaJing iBTfrts deeply and r iraow us. It would be Sbnle to attempt, in the 2 of » newepaper, to treat of this great social evil-this S» morbid/moral disease-nr«Jl rt\ phases j or even rfjttice in a doren communications V any particular ? at them. Yel with these facts before me, there is one t^f the question that I have not heart! mooted, even jlfttMPporters. I allude to the sy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

To the Electors of the City Ward. IN conse«juencepf the jpoU having been declared at an earlWnour Jpajr ^Wfpected, I take this ' opportunity oyinivMn/mK supporters f r the high and distingiJMj^d^Uidferfr They have conferred upon me, add beg Toassure tliem that I shall always have (heir interest at heart in whatever situation I may be placed. SIMON KEMP. Hnewcasti.e tide table. Commencing* February Itf, and ending February 23, 1851. D.» «ur- n.-.. Moon's Forenoon Afternoon ay -wp Date. Ape. Tide. Tide. 1861. ? ? ? Days. ii.h. h.m. Feby. 16.. Saturday... 6 — 1.12 „ 17.. Sunday.... 7 1.35 1,58 „ 18.. Monday.... & 8.24 3.55 „ 19.. Tuesday^. 9V 429 6.5 „ 20. . Wednesday. 1Q , 5.42 6720 „ 21.: Thursday?. lP. JS.S7 7.31 „ 23.. Friday ? 12' \3 8.31 v „ 23.. Saturday.. Jr 13 8^0 . _ 9.21

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 February 1861

. Steam to Sydney. ?'? kji, ^HE Australasian Steam Navi ;; LSarak ? gation Company's Steamers will leave jyjjMJ^ ?Mokpeth (calling at Newcastle), 'i fflwpffip. until further notice. / !°NDandS \Co«fflSV»JWn Mulhlll, [ HURSDAYS / ^^Vlpcka.m. J 'and IlLytoNorCantain Addams, j Si FRIDAYS )' at 2 o'clock p.m. \ , GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., . ' ;.' ' Agents, Scott-street. 1 I Newcastle, February 1, 1861. ? _^^ WANTED, on pHAHTpER, vessels for the fol- . i lowing Port8a^''' / ' | T '. f.' Sydney, laeloourtie, Adelaide, ^1 j mjrNjr^paland. ^ \ , i*^frafi6n:w-^Vr/Z'' f .' . /^/GEORGE TULLY & CO., * Scott end Bolton streets, Newcastle. f ^ 16th January, 18C1. ? I; PATENT SLIP, STOCKTON.— The un- { i JL -dersigned is prwpfMTUMake vessels upon the I Slip (to remain six Irojjwfxurtemporary repairs) and to launch the saine^Gr/WTpor ton register, and cfa. 'r per ton per day ^Hp due/// ? I ' y JAMES SCOTT, j - ?? Newcastle, lltffiaeptember, 1860. ??» 5 FOUND, in the Channel, and on the...

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