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NEW CASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

-\K\V(JARTLK SHIi'HNU. .\r.i:i\A).s. October JO. — Gritfiim, slcnmer, fnmi Sydney Oitobf-r 10 — ('iticiiinnli, slii|). iljo. 1'ilsiiniiuinx, from \VcJ]i»;«i(,ji, N '/.. IJinplt- him\ Co., wgeiiu-, DKI'AinTMKS. October 10. — ft raft on, steamer, IV.r (jr.tfimi. October 10. — .Jnne, schooner, .Stewart, for Brisbane, '.'ill-go: 301 hogs potatoes, 151 bales hay, J 13 bags bran, 130 bugs niniz.\ 100 boxes candid, 100 li-o:es soap, 381 pieces scantling hoards, and one Imx lead. October 0. — Munrlnriii, b.nque, Sinclair, for Ade laide, with -ISO toiiH small coal. October 9. — Lion, barque, Sinclair, for AdVlnitta, with 276 tons coul. October 9. — Cyclone, schooner, Heard, for Lniin cestoii, with original cargo (cedar.) coasters inwahps. O.toli ill. — Hard's Legacy, Catherine, Gniflon, l'.'tnl, iind I'nity, from Sydney. C.'OASTI-.IIS OL'TWAi:U--. October H). — Herculean, and Atlantic, fur Sydney. October I] — Vi-nns, and Margaret Klizabrlli, llr Sydney. October !). — Kate Kenrney, Shamrock,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

'etaST STEAM TOWAGE. , iatQu| The rates of Towage uiNJbe increased ad8njb$\. Ten per Cent, on 'punished rates i fl&E£--during the strike, commencing from toP^ this date. W/« * ?!* *| i//^BINGLE AND CO. j'°g 4castle, 7th September, 1851. ? Jhr'|STEAM TO SYDNEY. ^, , iugjSjL The Australasian Steam rJavi ;D1P1nErl&L. Ba'ion Company's Steamers will leave ''nnnmF^ M°npETH (calling at Newcastle), , .IjuuSEp until further notice, as follows : — ose*^15 \Illalono, Captain Adams, 'y f*RS days/ atr 0-cl0ck a-m- fYiXt rhol ICollarov, Captain Mulhall, latl/DAYS. / at 2 o'clock p.m. iioh I 3E0RGE R. DIBBS & CO., 10 6lJ Agents, Scott-street. ?» wliprcnstle, September 14, 1861. ? '4 GOLD FIELDS. . v a7ei* FIEST VESSEL FOR OTAGO, / \ -!M- «? W. NEW ZEALAND. 'tei». The well-known fast sailing Brig 'GA- QulM*. ZELLE,' 400 tons, Captain Stafford, will fire«*\ sail on the 18th October. For freight Fe llfi^p and passage, apply to up*** -^ GEO. TULLY & CO., „. M i ' Newcas...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

From the course taken by the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday lust, in reference to the select committee on the Muitlnnd and Morpeth railway bill, there can now be scarcely any doubt of the measure receiving tnc sanction or parliament, lor it is Hardly probable that it will meet with much opposi tion in the Council. The project is one that lias been much canvassed from the beginning; and whether it was proposed to form tht: railway from public funds, or to authorise a private company to carry out the undertaking, it has met with an unusual amount of an tagonism. We ourselves gave our strongest opposition to it, when the first proposition was brought forward, but after parliament had decided not to allow of the railway loan being diverted to the formation of branch lines before the completion of the main trunk roads, and steps were taken to proceed with the work by private parties, our opposition ceased, and we accorded to the project our warmest support. We were, however, and arc s...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Friday, 5.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [«V KI.r.CTIMC Tr.t.CORAril.] Sydney, Friday, 5.55 p.m. j i tiy uouueti rejected the Mill to reduce the Governor's salary last night. The Toinuffo Clu:il Coinpiny's Bill lias been ituiI a second time in the Council. 1 1 is understood that a bill will bo probably introduced regulating Coal Mines. Dr. Lang arrived from Knglaml this morning. Trade is dull. . ! Salt is slightly improved. ! Flour is unchanged. j SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1SC1.

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

MONETARY AND COArMF.ilClAL. The Money Market is easy. 7'hc Bank rate of discount j- fuur and nlhalf per cent. Cuiisnls are IU to i)2} forc«Ui, ami '.ril to !I'2.J fur the account. The exports 'amounted to jfrilS,!).).!, showing an increase of ,£-l.~-tt on this month. Wrought leather is unusually liravv in the exports. /1/illinery, hosiery, dry goods, nmt ! apparel, slur.v crnsiilerably more than iu the correspond nig ! perioil »f fast year. Hardware and mi-lals show heavy \ shiuments. Wines are alsu heavy ; i.hi|-incnts since tliu i 7th'amouutcd to £102,SS0. j Colonial Unveriinient Securities.- Victoriun Giivern. i incut, (i per cent., April mid Oi-tober, 10/ to lu7J closing I price.

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

ENGLISH SHIPPING. A it It 1 v U.R.— Great liiilain. on the ?lth August, from Melbourne (6t- days) j Muteo Polo, on 21st August, fro.n .1/i-lbnunie, via Valparaiso ; Suki'X, IV'iin /1/elbnurr.e May Vi j Siifl'ulk, from .Melbourne il/ay.'iOj liar I nick; Lau rence Brown. ? No arrivals from Sydney. Saii.I'.u. — F'r Sydney: Isle of the South, Daphne, Naomi, Saxon, Annie Arrlibill. For UueTHsJanii; Persia,

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

AMERICA. The Federalists have been ngain defeated. We havejui received news down to the Mth August fruin America. A t-ccond great battle had been f'uught, and the result has been disastrous to the Ninth, liil.'rmatuin is derived frjin the I'ullowing two teligrams from N«w York, on August 1,'Jtli and 14tb. It is reported i'riiiu St. l.nuis that General Lyons' onininand at .Springfield liud bran totdlly routed by tlic i;onloiler:ilos, anil (.iuuural l.yous kiiiimi; tlic j'tujrau it is6t»ted, were in full retreat. Mr. Favvkncr, the lite American Minister at Paris, has been arrested on a - charge of treason, and lodged in Wash, in^ton find. The King County Court has issued an order to nrrcsttlie Cummnndor of Fort Lulaycttn, for refusing in obey the I writ of liabctis cur/i'it to produce (lie l)»liiiiiuie Police J Commissioner. - Prince Napoleon has returned to New Vnrk j he was j received nt Manassas by Generals licnurcgard and .fuhuslun. 1 He will proceed t» Niagara iu a few days, ' Th...

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

AUSTRIA. A communication mails on the 23rd of August to both Houses of the Reinbsr.ith nt Vienna, iu the name of the Kmperor, explains the dilliuultics created by the Hungarian J)ii!t, in insisting oil the rc.ebtxblislinient of tho laws nf ISIS; ami, by U.e inadmissible l'urm.in which the demand wiir made, these laws encroach upon and nrejuil'mo the rights nf the other nationalities of the AuMnan Hinpirc.. 'Mm ICinpeidr announces hU intenti'in of inaintaiinn^ the fundamental laws ol'lhe20lh of October and 2b'lh of Feb ruary lust, because he caiiaidDrs the unity of the monarchy us the inviolable basis of the indivisible empire. Hit Majesty further declares that he will not witlidruw the concessions which he has made to Hungary, should Hun gary nut take part in the General Council of the Fjinpirc. The resolutions uJopled by the latter will nevertheless be binding upon the whole empire. The Kmpiror places hii runfrlcuce in the new Hungarian Diet, and finally declarei that instructions ...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

J.ONDDN WOOL KlCrORT. The dttlnoss which existed for the firtt Inur days nf the sales (,'iivu way tn n rather better fueling, in consequence uf the siilisfictory clmngi! in the weather fur harvest opera- . tnm.1 [ nud, although there was little peronpljble improve, munt iu the imrth, it was e.vidcnt that manufacturers took h iiinro hupel'ul view of tlihiRS generally t licnoe, after Ihe fir.st ten days, n rather better niiondauce wiuiu un iinte.i, which was a very seasonable and welcome ad Iition i for 'he di'ak'H, who h'.uiuht IVeuly at lliu rediK'tinn estublislieljiad beenme soniuwlnit languid in their hiddiii«s in consequence chiefly of thu very munll attendance of the larger m.iuu fjutufers j hence fur a I'mv nighu much discruthui hnd in be cxarci.ved by tlia liciton iu not i'.-lling lyo fa'ejy. 1'hi.' re. Milt b.ing tliul sever il l.tryo pnrucU wem -vithdrnwn or buiiithl in, nu cviiliiiius to nil that msrobaut.', liuwiiver v.il. liiiii tn *i-ll, would not siiorlfl'.'e. This, cou...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

U15ITUAHY. Amongst the deaths reported are the names wf Lord HurbiMl of, of Lea, Catherine Hayes ( Mn. HuslincllJ, the Duke of lluckiughani, V\dniir.il- Pellet and Reyiiiilds, (ieuernl Fruuklyu, the liishup of Uurhain, and K«ri Truqilatr.

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. AT MELBOURNE. EUROPEAN NEWS TO AUGUST 26. AMERICAN NEWS TO AUGUST 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

AEUIYAL OF THE HUL. AT MKLHOUilNH. \ r.UROPEAS N'KWS TO AUGUST ?-?-. - ' J AMKIUCAN NKW'TtO AUGUST 10 ' {F.-om t.'tc S. M. Herald's TtiegrafiltU Comsjumk-nt.) The P. nutlO. Company's mail 5! earner Hciip res, Captain Pur^haso, was signalled o!f Capo O:»vay on the Hth iust. The folltiwing U n list of the piiNSfiiRers by the ISonnrcs ; — I'or Melbourne-- Knsigu Robinson, Mr. Lsaroycd, Mr. Aircv, Air. Spiers, Mr. Mazcuivl, Mi. Clappeitnn, and Mr. Smith. I'ur Sydney— Commander I] ntcliiu^in, ll.N. ; Mr. How ard, H.N.; Miss Purchase, Mr. ll.iigrcavc, am! Mr. Sjiicor. rro:n King George's Sounds — Three ileok pa.iseng/T.s for Mel bun rue, and one for Sydney.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

TBLBGRAPHIC NEWS. WINDSOR. .Vonday, C p.m.— A large concourse of the Tuhaliilauls of Richmon'il assembled to receive the Governor to-day, at the Market-square, where a haii'lsome triumphal arcli hail been erected, under which the addresses and replies were read. The town was gaily decorated with flaR?— the puanl of honour being formed by the llawkesluiry Volunteers. The UilCCIS HIT HIS nAUL'lll'lllJ mm '.II'J lauita wtig uiuai. vnif I ifi* astic. The Vice-regal parly and several townspeople were invited to a substantial luncheon by Mr. ISun-mau, nft?r which the Governor and Lady Yuting visited the Kpisca palian, National, and Roman Catholic schools. The Oo- j vcrnor starts to-morrow for the Kurragoiij?, on a two days' visit. Messrs. Cowpcr and Robertson return tu. morrow ; morning to Sydney. — II., Oct. 8. ' i '/.A.MBIXG FLAT. Monday morning. — The escort leaves with ii'i'il ozs., and jC305. The accounts from the Lichlan ftill continue very ; favourable. These fielils for the popula...

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CONTINENTAL AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

COXTINl'l.vrAL avJ.) J'OliKIGV ' A 1 'FAIRS. In llalv, Gi'uer.il (Msil.'llnl \\»» still ',iu'cc--il\il. I'.v.-r/. wU'K tliruui'hcni tlic Ncupolltnts tt'ritftlt'* lie had -uV. cecded iu suppressing the nttempted rcaotiiftiaiy movtmcntK of the Jiouibiinitts and their supporters. The new Italian Loan will be subscribed, and there seems in ground fur apprehension on the score of finances. ? The Italian Government has abandoned the passport system. The Hungarian Diet is dissolved. The Kinpcror of Austria reserved the right. The Diet has protested againtt the act of the Kmperor as illegal. There seems to he no prospect of a peaceful solution of the Hungarian question. In fact, such a prospect appears to he hopeless. The Croatian and Sclarouiau Diets have resolved not to send representatives to the Imperial Council nt Vienna. From Poland comes intelligence that popular demonstra tions continue. There is much discontent at Warsaw, nnd vigilant measures of repression arc still in force. The ...

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HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 October 1861

HOME NEWS. The Imperial Parliament was prorogued, mi the sixth of j August. 1 The new Daukruptoy Hill, concerning which great inWr. | est was felt in cmnmureial circles, had previously passsd : both Houses, and received the Royal assent. I Her Mnji'sty the Queen had been 011 a vinil to Ireland. , i She had been every whe re received with tho utmost entliu- j hlUMII. I ! The King of Denmark had paid a visit lo Kngland. His j ! Maj.jsty had nlsa visited France. i I Mr. Turner, a coiisrrvative, lios been rfitnrnei^ to the 1 House of Coinin his, as member for Sim'.h l.incashire. i The Social Science As'sosiatiun held their annual meet- i I ing in Dublin. Lord lirougham presided on the occasion. , I The Huron Vidil, ns he is culled, was placed on his trial, ' i but his son still obstinately rcfiisiuir to give evidence, it was ! ! impossible lo convict him of the attempt to minder, llu ' was fouiiil liuilty nt the minor oiKuiro, nnd sentenced to - twelve moiitliV impris')umeiit, with b.ir...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Thursday, October 10. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. i.ue president oi the council took the chair at the usual time. Sir W. Manning moved for the production j of papers on the subject of assisted immi- I gration, and entered at some length into the circumstances which had led to the motion, namely, the deposit ef £2400 for the import ation of miners for the A.A. Comnnnv and other coal mines. The president expressed iin opinion that, on a mere motion for papers which was unopposed, there was no ground whatever for going into a discussion which would 'be properly hud when the papers were j before the house. After this ruling, several j members speke, and the motion was finally agreed to, with an addition that papers, con nected with a lurge deposit made by Arch deacon M'Eucroe for the importation of emigrants not named, should be added. The Tomngo Coal Company's bill was read a second time. Mr. Gordon proposed, and Mr. Campbell seconded, the secondreuding of theGo...

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

INDIA. Anvicr.s received by the last mail stale Ih'-il the'vlinlcr.i has been making great ravages in Iliose parts picvioncly devastated by the famine. The country was peaceable, but the great mass ot' the European population strongly disap proved of the proceedings of the Government, who, it if thought, were making- too great attempts to please the natives, at the expense of the Europeans, who, hewerer, are- forced' to submit. Meantime, the reduction of tlie native army is rapidly progressing, and whole regimenlx arc lieint' disbanded. Amongst other corps, the n-bole of the- Bengal military police are to be swept away. Refer ing to this, a private letter from an officer in the Bengal military police, received by the Benares', says : — ' You mention in your letter that retrenchment's the order of the'day in Australia now, but I fancy that il cannot hu quite so wholesale as is now taking place here. Eight native regiment?, averaging 800 men, have been disbanded, and now, I mil sorry ...

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THE EMIGRATION LECTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

THK EMIGRATION LKCTUItKRS. Messrs. Piirkes and Dalley have arrived in Eng land, and bad commenced active operations iu lecturing. Mr. Parkcs at Bi&minouam. — On Wednesday evening au address on 'The advantages of New South Wales as a field for British emigration,' was delivered in the Music Hall, Broad-street, before a very Inrge audience, by Mr. Henry l'urkcs, one ot the Commissioners appointed by the Colonial Govern ment, and ex member of the Legislative Assembly for the city of Sydney. The chair was taken by Al derman Baldwin. Mr, Parkes having given a brief sketch of the early history of the colony, from the (inn1 of its settlement seventy-three years ago stated that it had a coast line of 500 miles in extent, an area j considerably in excess of 207,000,000 nccss, and: a population of between 100,000 aud 500,000. A large nmountof'land in- the interior was held --y squatters, or, as they might more fitly be termed, pastoral tenants of the Crown, nnd it lias been to the int...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. October 10.— John Brody, of West Maitland, storekeeper. Liabilities, £327 Ss. Od. Assets, £98 0s. 3d. Deficit, jCI220 5s. 3d. October 11.— Thomas G.irlmtt, of Sussex-street, Sydney, Into publican. Liabilities £280 10s, 3d, Awots, £2.5 9s. (id. Deficit r£2u'10».0d. nui.r.s nisi, October 10.— On the petition of J. nnd A Ilrown, of Nowcustle, a rule nisi was granted; roUinmble on the 8(h November, requiring Henry Turner, of Launccston, to show cause why his emato should not be sequestrated for (lie henoflt of his creditors. October 11.— On the petition of John C. Uultcr, of Par ninntta, a rule nisi was giauted, rottirnabln on the 18th ? (Jotohi-r, requiring .Thomas Rice, of Sydney, butcher, -to dhow caura why we entitle iihcmlil not bi- stuuPvtrntvil for tha bcnull! of hu crcditori.

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

IIom.owav's 1*11,1,9.—- Youthful Infirmities.--- Krom causes scarcely perceptible At first, the young become tire maturely enervated, and debilitated. They iosu nlike their looks, energy, and confidence. The general, 'cauio of this melancholy state is a (dlsordrod stomitoh, whioh Hoi. loway's pills will regulate. Uy improving digestion, am) purifying tho blood, , they work wonders. T hoy act to Kindly, yet so certainly, .'upon every organ necessary fur hc ukhy digestion, tlial tho nervous system soon reuovem, and . llie wonted guod spirits upcidilv return, with strength, vivn. oily, nnd vigour. Tho Jmost delirMo may wifely take Hoi. lowiiy'i /'ills, The (?(imposition of ilit'io rilll» a»ouieii tlifm from doing niincblef,

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SNAKE BITE.— We have to record an accident of [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

Snake Ritb.— We havo to record nn accident of this nature, which is likely to terminate fatally. Yesterday, at 2 o'clock, at Grantneir, 28 miles from Bruidwood, a man who was riding by tho rivor, henr,d a scream, and on proceeding to the spot saw an orphan i boy named Jonas, who had just been bit by n snake. { ft appears that the lad was walking along the river ' bank when he trod upon the reptile, which immedi- ; ately turned, climbing up the boy's leg, nnd bit him j in the fleshy part of the thigh. Ovr informant states that ligatures were hound above and below the wound, nnd a piece of the flesh was cut out with a razi r, about two or three hours after the accident, nnd it is doubt ful whether the lad can recover from tho lengthened | time that clnpsed before assistance could he rendered. The boy's mother rosldos at Major's Creek, and the lad is in the employ of Mr. O'Connor of that place, and in now lying at his house. — Observer.

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