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THE RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE. TERMINATION OF THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

THIS RECONCILIATION CO .U MITT 14 13. ? TKIIMIXATION OV THK STRIKH. A coNFEtir.xcr: between the ineinbars of the reconciliation committee, the managers of the A. A. ami Coal nnd Copper : Companies, an.l four of the delegates, viz., Messrs. J. i Fletcher, tAIInii WjJdc, Ciirless, and Almvick, tank place J on Saturday afternoon, nt Wnoi's Hotel, opposite the court- j house. Mr. hewis. -VI. L A., was unuunt. A statement of the particular grievances of tho A. A. j Comp.iny's men was laid buforc Mr. Winship, nnd lie was ! nsked whether the A. A. Company, by him, ware prepared ' to ncccde to the demands of the miners, which were ns ; follows : — 1st. That the miners should have small coal ! (nuts or screenings) for their own use free, and the large j coal at cutting price. 2nd. That the rent of the huts should i lie reduced to Is. per week from the present price, 2s. (3d. aril. That the rent of the brick cottages in the occupation j of the miners, varying from 3s. to (is. per week, should...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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NEWCASTLE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

, ? ike ' NEWCASTLE CO-OPERATIVE «? I SOCIETY. '!.' line fifth quarterly meeting ot the above society took | m rKt on Thursday, the I Oth instant, in the large lee ? '. pre-room belonging to the association. There was ig of Ji goodly number of the shareholders present, nnd 'port \t chairman, Mr. Robbiit Torton, having opened **' le meeting with a. few preliminary remarks, called ImI' 'Pon tbe secretary to reud the REPORT. =. Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen — At the end of this, . lie fifth quarter, your directors think it desirable to ... lu before you a statement of the position and pros (1', |wl» of this society, the more particularly because ?h line important changes have occurred in the so bJT' fcty's movements oinco the last quarter. if ^Business was commenced with a very limited c.ipi l(- Id, in a ain;ill flhop in Aucklmid-street, in June, :??' i860, and at the end of this first yc.ir, it became ?- . ipparent that the premises were insullicient for the ii. purpose, and in many resp...

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

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. TAMWORTtt. Jinr»d»v 8 p.ra.— The electric telegraph office in tins ' lf» Jm opened for the transmission of messages to-day, Mijor, ?'» * . t of a congratulatory message fro:a the Cow «Ui7 of Public Works. No locaf new* of importance. j, Oct. H. mdinit Miii-ouunjNii. '? »nd narsdar 8 p.m.— Continued wet. Wind westerly. Cb-m- Adding Some little spsaihuion in oats. Danish and ''««. till are bought up, but no advance. The Port Phillip d. He art show or animals to.diy was a great succeess, ''dock ailliin horses, short-horns, ami sheep. Advices from lind ipeak of the English Eleven as coming by the .Uiw. it Britain, to sail on 18th October. II. Stephenson, W»fc t Mortlnck, Grimths, Sewed, Well., and E. Stephen. fine fa. lit ,|re»dy signed to comet Fii.dl.iy, Cesar, I)*ft, chanethon Tarrant, Madinson, and Wilsliire expected to join. fouli ,Hcorts have brought 40,000 ounces.--//., Oct. 11. The rtrnorhas been enthusiastically reaeived atCnsflemaine !s°nev I Bendigo. The lea...

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

MAITLAND. i Tiik uin.n .shooting jja no Bit. —John A. Sliephnd UT was charged before the bench at West Mnitlam^onThun. *' day, with the commission of a nuisance, by unlawfully ant W01 wilfully firing bullets from n rifle across a public highitiy. }h The case was finally adjourned until Monday, to ciublethtr f bench to ascertain more definitely the direction of the shott' ^' The defendant was admitted to bail in his own recgnizinci m ol jC-M.—Maitinml Mercury, uct. VI. [The hearing wis m concluded on Monday, and Shepherd was committed fir 'u trial at the next Quarter Sessions. Bail was graniid.] KU MoiiPMTii IIaii.wav. — The following letter appear! in the Mercury of Saturday :— ' To the editors of the Mlit- t\\ land Mercury. — Gentlemen— A petition unfavourable U ire this project, and signed hy 181 residents of the district, iu (h forwarded on Thursday morning to Mr. Piddington, win, ? « we doubt not, lost no time in presenting it to the auemthv _. It inust be admitted by all, that ...

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

SVDXEV. Anothkk Ak-scondkr. — We have to re port the surlden disappearance of anpthcr defaulter, whose name is well known in com mercial circles in Sydney. During the last few days, frequent enquiries have been made as to the whereabouts of Mr. Jackson, ftour dcnJcr, ol iMew ritt-street, and yesterday it was ascertained beyond all doubt that he had abruptly left the colony. Mr. Jackson, who was at one time in the employment of Messrs. Dean and Co., auctioneers, has latterly been selling flour on commission, and hns twice within the last three years gone through the Insolvent Court. Some of the Sydney bakers have recently entrusted' hici with- flour for sale, and they are all more or less losers by his absconding. Mr. Kurtz has lost £100, Mr. Sinail, of Miller's Point, £'500, nnd a baker at Balmain a still larger- amount,, the defalcations atmmnting altogether to above ;£2000. The John Masterman sailed for Hongkong on Tuesday lust, and it has been discovered that the Mr. Johnson whos...

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

THE OTAGO GOLDFIELDS. fe The following important tolegram was receive! JIX in Sydney, from Melbourne, on Monday after-, m noon, and was published in slips by tho Sydney ki journals. Wo were favoured by Mr. Cook, «f Bi the Metropolitan, with a copy of that of tl«' j^ Empire:—- ?' ™ i.XUIUllllllll', V7UI. IT, tOUlt— 1 I.UU BtllH *. The Aldinga has arrived from Otago, with news to 111 RI 6th October. Sho brings lu'O passengers, but no gold. ?..? iher The esinrt arrived from Dunedin as the Aldinga ml ben leaving, with 12,000 nzs,, the produce of 10,000 diggenu to ;, Gabriel's gully, for sixteen days. i... The nowffoldflclds reported by the AVonga Wongi, lire. 'J sent no g-jld yet, nor are they likely to. ? Trc Great distress prevailed nt Dunedin. Tho GoTonwat )« I wore offering as. per day for work on the roadi, lo Iwf |com people from starving. , t«nt A proclamation has been issued, warning people !m ]u\B coming until the goldfields were more developed. ' I.J, Nearly 1000 pasKOiigsrs w...

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

MULTILU L\T PARVO. Tho Ipswich Herald, the publication of which paper stopped for a few duys, hns come out again under a new proprietary, by the name of the Queens laiul Times. The Xorlh Australian has also changed its owners. I he Queensluml Times, of Oct. 8, observes : — We are glad to I earn that there is some probability of tho article of silk becoming one of our staple pro ducts. Mr. H. M Cockbum lias now about 4.)00. silk worms, some of which bave already commenced the formation of cocoons. It is anticipated ihnt these will produce upwards of n million eggfi before the end of the year, and as the mulberry tree on which tiie silk vrorm feeds thrives well in this district, we shall no doubt have many persons turning their at tention to the production of silk. The same journal says : — A communication has been received from Mr, John Mussou, on the Conda mine, stating that he has ascertained from the Bur nett Argia that nit the camels which Mr. Burke took with him from Cooper's Cr...

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NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTUHAL COMPANY. Tlic Annual (Jourt ot tno rropnetors in this Company was held on July 30, at tho offices, 5, j Cannon-street; Mr. Hamilton in the chair. j Tho report of the directors, ndvorting to the i ncoounts of the company's operations for the year i 1800, said it would bo observed from them that the sum of £8906 6s. 9d. received from tho colo nial commissioners, which might havo been ? treated as revenue, had been credited to capital, j Exclusive of that sum tho net revonao amounted ! to £29,75 1 Us. 5-i. Tho balnnco applicable to j tho dividends of 18G1 was, on the 1st of January ! last, £34,720 18s. 3d. By the payment of 20s. pnr share in February it had Icon reduced to £14,720 18s. 3d., which was slightly loss than the amount required to pay tho second dividend at the same rate as heretofore Tho directors, however, recoinmendod that tho small deficiency, viz., £279 Is. 9d., be made good out of the pro fits of tho ourront year, and t...

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WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL.— The Sunday School side [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

Wbsleyan Sunday School.— The Sunday School lide Anniversary, in connection with the Wcslcyan Cbiw i Newcastle, was celebrated on Sunday and Monday lilt , The Rev. Air. Kcllynack preached on Sunday, both mom ing nnd evening. Notwithstanding the unfavorable niton r of the weather, there was a very numerous attendance ioi both evenings to hear the reverend gentleman's iinpreum | and indeed eloquent sermons. On Sunday afternoon Ibm was nn examination of the Sunday School children inprt-. sence of their friends nnd relatives, who testified comidtrt- * ble satisfaction nt the proficiency of tho children. Or Monday evening, there was * public meeting in the chipjlj presided over by tho Hev. Mr. Hill. Tho meeting wiim«' dressed by the Rev. Messrs, Coutts, Dean, and Kellynttli1 i and Messrs. Culdeeolt nnd Luly. Collections were raw on the different occasions, amounting in all to ojwPj Plans have been prepared by Mr. Mansfield, »rcWlCW Sydney, for the new church whioli is to be built on the M...

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TERMINATION OF THE STRIKE AT WEST [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

Termination of this Strike at Wkst Cramungton. — \\o are glad to 1)0 able to announce that tho dispute butweou tho miners of West Cramlington and their employers, which at one time assumed a threatening aspect, has been amiuably settled. On Tuesday last, Hugh Taylor, Esq., of Back worth, for himself and his partners in tho colliery, met tue worumen tuere according to appointment, nnd he stated to them th nt, after fully investigating tho matter, ho found thnt tho demands of the workmen were not of an unreasonable character, and that he was prepared to accede to their request. Ho stated that if any bad feeling hud nriscu that it would now cease, and guaranteed that ihe men who had taken an uctive ptirt in the dispute should not be injured in any way. Mr. Taylor snid it was the tho desiro of himself and partners to Icon terms of friendship with their workmen, tkat it was their dosire to give those who were employed under thorn all tho privileges that (hoy wore able, and to do all in t...

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

ent ii STEAM TO SYDlfEY. wh*tf j k. ^HB -Australasian Steam Navi rant« niH^. Sa''on Company's Steamers will leave ikilfuT [B^^-Morpetii (calling at Newcastle), c con? JgfSS* until further notice, as follows : — Wednesdays \iLtALOrfBlQpta!n Adams, ?fi TOED AYS/ «P&ck..». t witt UES D A Y S \CotLAROV captain Mulhall, SW Rl'oAYS. J «t 7 o'clock,,, --out V//J GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., egiti. n \J Agents, Scott-street. ',ain' Newcastle, September 14, 1861. gQ jn 1 ? * ? _. , le. GOLD MELDS. FIRST VESSEL FOE OTAGO, / ^_ NEW ZEALAND. *'-v f. - _ The well-known fast sailing Brigjf'GA , ^r*jv ZELLE,' 400 tons, Captain Stafford, will ? ' ®^.6ail on t1le I8th October- For ''sight ? ^ ifcwyy'and passage, apply to in.., ^fe» « T GE0 TULI#y & C0-) -»» (/--£ Newcastle; or to '' ' LA.IDLEY, IRELAND, AND CO., :e of Sydney. M i» Newcastle, 25th Seplcmber, 18 :I. Hw j OR THE NEW GOLD FIELDS -OTAGO. can i ffi?-* T'e first-class clipper Ship 'MAR- ,ne4 AjSj|^GARETIIA ROESENER,' 700 ...

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

Although the news brought by the Benares extends over a much shorter period of time than that which readied us by the previous mail, yet it is infinitely more important. The chief interest is, however, of course, concen trated on the civil war in America. There, at length, we lmvc war in all its intensity — a j war not carried on according to the rules ! usually observed amongst civilised nations — but a war made still more horrible by a system of individual antagonism. Scarcely had we received intelligence of the disastrous defeat of the Northerners, at Manassas Junction, ! than we now hear of the defeat of their chief j force in the west, at Springfield. The buttle j appears to have been a well-contested one, j and to have resulted in the retreat of the j Unionists, owing to the force of the Seces- j sionists outnumbering them threefold. The Northerners, however, had to deplore the loss of their commanding officer, General Lyon, whose proceedings since the declaration of hostiliti...

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

XKwc-ASTiiK sinrnxo. ai:i:ivais. ? Oct. 13. — ,I.i:itc» I'.ixtnn, schooner, (#1, Carle, from Occ Oct. n. -C II Was brig. 17i. Lanpley, from OtaKo, X.Z., '. 23rcl ultimo. Mingle and Co.. agent*. ! Oct. H.~ilinriettn, btijr. 181,'Allen, from Outgo, N.Z., I Kill) ultimo. Kingle and Co., agents. ! Oct.M.— MHTBArFthalloi'scner, Dutch ship, t-2f(, Egccre, frutn Otago, N.Z., 21-th ultimo, liingle ami Co., »-;eiils. nKI'ARTUUKR. f)ct. \H. — M.irtlin, schooner, Conly. forGoelonjj. Cargo : j 400 bagt maize, (00 Ions coal, and HiClO spokes. j COASTERS INWARDS. j Oft. 12.— Pacific. Nancy, and Louisa Maria, from Sydney. Oct. I.?.— Dart, from Sydney. Oct.l4.-II.M. Warfield, from Sydney. COASTERS OUTWARDS. Oct. 15.— Gazelle, Nancy, Tiger.^Elfin, Grafton, .-IColtts, Christopher George, and r,nvina, for SytlneE. j The Gazelle, from Port Stephens, bound for Sydney, put \ into thin port frm»i ftress of weather, on the 13th instant. i The 'i'ainnr, puddle-wheel steamer, has heen purchased i by Messn:. ...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. Boswell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 October 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY.   (Before the Police Magistrate, His Worship the Mayor,   and Mr. Boswell, J.P.)       THE AFFRAY AT THE COAL AND COPPER COM- PANY'S WORKS AT THE GLEBE.   Upon the case being called on, and the defendants,   Thomas Griffiths, Anne Hopkins, Abigail Green, and Flora Crumpton answering to their names, the police ma-   gistrate said that in consequence of some special business,   in which the Mayor and Mr. Boswell were engaged, the   bench would adjourn the further hearing until 2 o'clock p.m. Mr. Thompson, who appeared for the prosecution there-   upon stated that perhaps they might be able to settle the   case at once. He was prepared to have a nominal fine in-   flicted upon the females, and to withdraw the charge   against the man. He believed that the other side would consent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

PAHKER AND .RATK.S'S CARt'ET AND '?'I.OOIICL.OTII WA KKI1OUSES, j _ I !Jj5, (leiicgK-stri'i-t, anil 277, I'ill-.slrcct, / Im^ ip^tMarket-sli-eel, Sycinu . S(l£ /iiARl'KTS, Meiirthru^, I'loorclollw, Mutling, \_J (.'ui'tiiins, &c, always mi hand a grout variety. Country orders, wilh remittance, or reference in Sydney promptly intended to. /~1 K INGS 13 O ]{ O U G H, J V^ o Dfuper, Silk Mjprcer, and Oeneral On fitter, | \Vi-llin«ton lluiwt;, W9/Urickiield Hill, Sydney, begs to iiifV/.m his eo/jjti'i^i/nstnMfuji, and the : till lie gene rally, tliat he Iws lakrn Ao!i7 extensive pi'emisi's as : above, furmifi'ly in the/ncdtpi^ioti of ^jiwsrs. ltt-rgiii, i M'Mahdii, and Co., where he respocjfhWj^.suliciU a j cntninunnci! of that putroniiuu which le received at ; his former esiabli.ilunent. UiiJ' Country Stotvl-eepors j supplied with every description of di apery, on the j mo-t liberal terms. \ I fj^ \ y) KtOt'ltlUTOR OF '/i/rrrys family hotel,' CIIUKCU IllLL, SVIINUY. a U P E B I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

COLONIAL MANUFACTURE versus ENGLISH. ftp II K undersigned having recently imported Jl_ Machini:iiv for the purpose of making muu'y, women's, and children's rivet boot.-*, hv»s 10 in form Ills ntiuu'ioua customers both wliuK's.ik' and retail, tluit lie is now prepared to supply them, in any quantity tvitli these f;»ods. nt thu usual price of Lvn^Ush, while for qi.u ity, wear, and nuuliiesl, he is dj eniiincd they sliiill bu uiisiirpiiS'ed. Cc(L Tile cxct'lli'iice of rivet bouts ovor'evcry other make, consists in Ihis, tliat every nail bciu^ ulrnchei! on iron Li.its inside the boot, it is impassible they cuu come to pii'Crs — :ind so conlidcnt is the undersigned uf this fctct, that he ongiiges to give, on demand, a new pair of bouU in )*' 'Vf filfc'1'1 ono^, should they ever ba proilitced to liitn, iiywliich the rivet work has, in the least d 'jjree, started. In conchiiiun. nil thuu dci'jigncd asks for, this Hf.v -.t.ylj of colon. al liiainifiicturu is u fair trial, mul hu feels conli...

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PORT NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

PORT NATAL. Jl.M. Steamer UossucK, which, left Cape Town for Auckland on the 10'tli August, brings news from Port Natal to the beginniiii; of that month. All fearef a Zulu war were at an end, Ihe natives apparently being dirided iu opinion, ninl aueil by the determined preparations uf the settlers.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. The Heliry Parnie arrived at Sydney on Wednesday, bringing Auckland papers to the 2nd October. His lix. eelleney Colonel Gore Hrowue, lute Governor of New Zealand, wae a passenger by the vessel, together with Mrs. lirowne, faini'y, ami suite. Sir George Grey arrived at Auckland on the 2'jlh September, in H.M. steam corvette Cossack, having left Cape Town on the 10th August. Sir George received ihe most enthusiastic reception, such a j scene taking place as never before was witnessed in Auck- i land, AinongM others, a large nuinuer ot natives were present, and gtvo ?' their old blend,' as he is described by them, a hearty welcome. /Una Southern Cross uf October 1st says:— 'The gold fever has increased ten-fold since the lato news from Olaijo became known in town. That the Southern El Durado is a great fact cannot be contradicted. We do nut wish to blink the fact; but there is, perhaps, a little too much haste in leaving Auckland in quest of the precious metal, while all ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

rMroUNUiNa.s.— At Ilexham, on the '1th, 7ih, and Sth October, from Miumiund Aluwick, damages 9d. each :— White steur, cock htirns, MT olf rump and ribs, holu iu off ear; yellow struwlurry cow, II with Kit over near ribs, like net) of clubs near rump, I in circle oil ribs j ilurk brimilc working bullock, horns about an inch lung, S with AS over off rump, while belly, bell him yellow bullnck, while (links, 1 in circle off lilm; red bullock, nil' ear half ollj illegible brand oil' rump like 1) and another letter bvfora il i strawberry heifer, ueuf cur mnrked, no visible brand 1 grey horse, W,r, near shoulder, off leg bumble, long tail j veliow strawberry palcy cotv, W (writing capital) ofl rmnp, like iiV ofl ribi, off eer half olf-whilu heifer ci.lf at foot] black heil'ur, near ear marked, HILL nenr ribs j blue strawberry bullock, illegible brand olf ribs, like A near rib.4 : .red and white heifer, no visible brand. If not re. leased, will be sold 011 3rd November. Risoa Coaii Company....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

The last news received from Otago will, we should imagine, have the effect of checking any further rush for the present, though whether it is sufficient to warrant the gloomy prognostications that may be heard in some quarters, may fairly be questioned. Success does not fall to the lot of everyone, and it was tnereiorc only presumable tnat out of the 15,000 persons who left Victoria and New South Wales to seek gold at Otago, a large proportion would meet with failure. It need not therefore be a source of discouragement to those who have friends and relatives at T ua- I peka, or to those even who are desirous of I going there themselves, when they hear that i vessels are returning laden with disappointed | diggers, and when they read heartrending accounts of the privations to be gone through, and the difficulties to be surmounted at the diggings. In many cases, the term 'dis- appointed digger' is a misnomer, for hundreds of those who are returning have never been near the diggings at...

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