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

Till-: ESTniATKS. The psiimatcs were laid upon the tahle'of the Legidlalive AsMiiuliiy on Tuesday. Their consiiieiatjou is fixed for the 1 23id instant.' We take thc following from the estimates fur I the public department :-— j UAILWAYS. Northern lino, to term in us at Murpetli ? .C20.0II0 Uridt.-f over the H miter at .Singleton ? -Kl.tKIIJ Uittu Nrtiean at Penirth ? 70,01)0 Kxtciision of Grdat Southern Railway toGoulburn. CSS.O'JO I l.ai,:i fur ditto ? 16,iMI) llullir.i; iitnck for luiitlimi extension— engines only 20,(K;0 Trial surveys ? 7.U00 Towards horse railway line from Gral'ton t:i\ o-no/-n Teularfli-ld ? / 3'0.000 l\ittj lilaekUnvii to Windsor und Richmond . . . . O'MIOO Dit.o from Nurihuin liua to Mudgcu ? -12U,tl00 Total.. £1,Q'J7;1UO 'I'KLhdltAPHS. j To Ihe Iiurrnnisong goldfiulds ? 11,000 From Tciilerfield to Graftnn ? S.UilO To WollongoiiK and Kiama ? -J.UOD M udgee to Welliiigton ? i,mH) | Second wire from Scoue to Mtisv/ellbrool; ? 350 Second wive from Newcastle to ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. AHMIDALE. Monday, S.-lj p.m. — i lie Arnuuale electric telegraph station is now opened. The temporary office is at tlie Duke of Wellington hotel, but will be removed to a spare room in the court-house in a few days. — //., Oct. 15. LAMBING FJ.AT. Sunday.— Burrangong, via Yass'.— The escort tomorrow, will take down 3117 ozs. 7 dwts. 11 grs. gold. — 11., Oct. IS. Monday, 2 a.m.— A disturbance took place about eight o'clock last night, caused by nhat is called up here lite Donegal mob attacking several persons. The police on duty interfered. Sergeant Condell and constable Flanagan were severely maltreated. Flauaghan received a very severe wound on the back of the head, and now lies in a very dangerous state. The foot police, under inspector Sanderson and Musgravc, together with tlie mounted police, under superintendent ftriieric, were soon oil the spot and arrested fix men. There was a disposition at first to at tempt a rescue, 'flic police were ordered to fix bayonet...

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

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Assembly met at half-past three p.m. In answer to Mr. Lunis, Mr. Cowper said that Ihe Go. verument intended, before long, to submit to Parliament a bill for thc regulation of coal lieldsautl coal mines— whether it. would pass was for the Legislature lo decide. Mr. Wcfkes iliToruK'tl the same hull, member that there was no regular mail between Hexbain and Minini- that the mails in that qtutler had been hitherto conveyed by the coal company's carriages, but that the lule alrikc Iwii caused such cunvey. anee to cease. In answer to Mr. D.ingar, Mr. Cowper stated that Mr. Michael Fitzpatrick, the acting Immigration Agent; was appointed in October, JSfil), and received a salary of Jt'JJJO u year; and that Mr. Logan, lately ucling Immigration Ager.t, still h;:ld the place he held under Captain Hrownc, us head clerk of the department, on u salary of jLtfiO n ye.tr. Mr. Ani'ld moved for leave to bring in u bilUto protect navigtble waters. The measure wus intended to...

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THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. A meeting of the provisional committee, which all of the public interested in the formation of a School of Arts were invited to attend, was held on Thursday evening, in the Court House, Mr. Bolton in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the honorary secretary, Mr. Thome, stated t'.iathe had only been enabled lo devote one afternoon since the last meeting to ob taining subscribers, but he bad succeeded in getting 125 names altogether. As yet, however, he had chiefly confined his calls to Hunter-street and Watt street. The actual amount he had received for sub scriptions was £17 Is. 3d. On the motion of Mr. Brown, the meeting resolved itself into committee of the whole to consider what would be the most eligible premises to rent for the institution. The Chairman then stated that (hero were three places under offer to them — 1st, some premises at Mr. Pnine's shop, in Hunter-street ; 2nd, a room lately occupied by Dr. Morgan ...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

Wednesday, Ootoubu 10. ? LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. In the council,. Mr. Ulouerlson I .ml upon Die table a re turn, in reply to an address for papers, in reference to thu resignation of Sir W. Burton and certain members of the late Legislative Council, and the appointment of twenly uue other members to tho same iu SU.y lust. The reports of the committees ol llie whole Mousa on the Crown Lands' Occupation Hill and on the Crown Lauds' Alienation Uill were adopted without remark. The two bills brought in by the Attorney-General — 1. The Laud Titles* Declaration liill.iuul 2. Thu Land Trans fer and Registry bill— were referred to a select committee, consisting of the Attorney-General, Mr. Piimkett, Mr. Darvnll, Mr. Deas Thompson, Mr. Ilnlden, .Mr. Butler, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Kemp, Mr. M'Atthur, and fir \V. Man ning. On motion being made forgoing into committee of the whole on the Chinese Immigrants' Regulation and Re striction Hill, Sir W. .Manning moved us an niiiL'ndinint that the bill be refer...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mt. Corlette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate 'and Mr. Corlette.) Uriah Holmes, who had been guilty of a very violent assault upon his wife, Anne Holmes, was (sent to gaol for two months. John Anderson, who was charged with attempting to break into the house of Maria Waters, on the ICtli instant, was discharged, there being1 no case against him. TIIL'KSDAY. (Bi'fjre the Police Magistrate and Mr. Corlette.) Jamcs,Toomay, seaman, was fined 5*. far being drunk. A charge preferred by the ciptain of the Marcianus, on summons, against James Turner, chief officer of the vessel, for wilful disobedience' of lawful commands, was struck out, in consequence of neither party appearing. La bcenv.— James Hide, George Briglitmore, and David Johnson, were charged with stealing property be. longing to Messrs.W. M'Coy and John Anderson. M'Coy deposed to having obtained 'a search warrant and searched Hide's premises, near Griffiths' Flat. Some corn beef was found on the fire, nnd a piece r...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

PAHLIAMEST OP HEW SOUTH WALE? (sfi»itl£ed /run thc S.M. HcraM.) Tuesday, Ouroiitsa 15. LEGISLATIVE ASSUMISLV. 1 inejSMfnhI/met,ittivti)ty.ei.-ht{!r)inutespiistllire«p.m i v^vti ins'. Iili.a-I!,po' lbe tttbl* thc P'S5'«aBl'.generaI's «p-rrt for I860, whicli Was ordered to lie printed. I ?»„ Vhr- C-owPer.lillJ «»P»' the t»bJrf pi pers having reference to toe nominations for life to the legislative council. In reply to a qnestion of Mr. Sddleir, Mr. Cntrpcr fur nished a variety of details with reference lo the iiuinbt-r, I expense, and remuneration of the detectives in the police I force and stated that none of them for the last five years ...... (w..u vl iiiiDuciftednours. or oiner oiienced. or were eiige/ed in business in the city. Dr. Lang gave notice of questions as to the intentions of Me government in regard to Mate-aid, education, grammar m°'V '.he a«'l'atetl coIIckcs. Mr. Sudlcir moved rewlulions condemnatory of the principle of competing with private enterprise with public luu...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the E/litor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin — The A. A. Company's miners bogan work with the understanding that they were to send 2100 lbs. to the ton. Contrary ,to this agreement, the weighmnn has been empowered by the manager to tnko every skip from the miners that is lighter than 6] cwt. : Therefore, since the manager has failed to respect tho agreement we entered into before we re sumed work, we have resolved to wait until we get a better understanding, nnd the scalci are adjusted. As the manager (Mr. Winship) has stated to the public that he has paid the miners for weight they have not sent, they will impose no longer, for they only \vuut|to bo paid for what coal they send to tho surface They are willing, as before stated, to give 2100 lbs. to the ton. Uy inserting thi«, you will much oblige the miners at tho Borehole. I am, A MINER. October 18, 1861.

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BOMBARDING AN ICEBERG.— A Nova Scotia [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

Bombarding an Iceberci. — A Nova -Scotia paper states that when her Majesty's steam-ship Mersey was approaching the banks, her captaiu tried the Armstrong guns against some ice bergs. 'An Armstrong shell was fired at a small iceberg about 150 feet high, from a dis tance of four miles and a half. Such was the effect that a block of ice, judged to be of about iui/' tons,, ieit iroiu mu munimc. xnis targe weight, falling from the fsop-of the berg, removed the centre of gravity, which caused the wliole fabric to roll over and rock bo- and fro.' The CotoNiAii Governorships. — We under stftnd that Sir George Grey, who has recently beoa removed from the Oapc of Good Hope to New Zealand, will be succeeded in tho governorship of the former colony by Sir Henry Young, Go vernor of Tasmania, who, it is probable, will be replaced by Colonel Gore Browne, the Governor of New Zealand:-1- Australian mid New Zealand Gazette. The Cor,r,iKRY Accident- at Chat Cross. — Thirteen moro bodies of the unfort...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING, ARRIVALS. Oct. 17. — Urtra, steamer, from Sydney. Oct. 17.— Thainei, brig, 223. M'Kellar/from Sydney. Oct. 17.— Anne and Jtne, barque. 202, Smith from Syd nttr. Cargo : 100 bags flour, and --7(i ban wheat, part of original cargo from Adelaide. W. H. U'hyte, agent. DEPARTURES. Oct. 17.— Urara, steamer, for Grafton. Oct. 17.— William Hill, brig, Gregory, forGeclong, with 1/7 tons coal. Oct. 18.— Vibilia, scbooucr, Tolmie, for Geelomr, with IG8 toil* coal. HUMECTED DEPARTURES. Margaretba Roeseuer, ship, 700, Eggers, forOtago, N.Z. -V. H. Whyte, agent. Gazelle, brig, «00, SUfford, for Otago, N.Z. George 1 ully and Co., agents. COASTJEBS INWARDS. Oct. 17.— Kate Kearney, Otago, Catherine Agnes, Little Pet, Shamrock, Mouutaiii Maid, Ranger, mid Atlantic, from Sydney. COASTKRS OUTWARDS, Oct. 16.— Petrel, Freak, and Margarct^nd Mary, for Sydney. Oct. 17.— Pacific, for Sydney. Oct. 18.— H. M. Warfield, Little Pet, Lydia, Caroline, Unity, Catherine Agnes, Catherine, and Atl...

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

g . STEAM TO SYDNEY. jttl | jl The Australasian Steam Navi wj ^UKgl_. Sation Company's Steamers will leave tie j^^^^Morpe'1' (filing at Newcastle), v 4££$5S&E& ut-til further notice, as follows ? ? Z WEDNESDAYS \ltM0Mt c m Adamgi ^Saturdays/ at 7 o'clock a.m. ,'J T0EfHDAYS icowABOT. Captain Mulhall, itej FRIDAYS. J at 7 o'clock a.m. / , BW- WqJU 3E0IIGE R. DIBBS & CO., /** )Dt f' Agents, Scott-street, i tl, , Newcastle, September 14, 180 1. j 'f GOLD FIKLDS.' ? I '} FIRST VESSEL FOE OTAGO, j ' S'J NEW ZEALAND. —?/- i n[, ; t* The well-known fast-sailing Brig ' GA 8-1 jfm ZELLE,'400 tons, Captain Stafford, will .. tfsSW'ailpc ii'e'v THIS DAY. A few berths rar4 ,j|g^g, Jisenguge. -jjFor freight and passage, *t °pp'y to '°^* /'' , GEO.TULLY & CO., .' ._« / r Newcastle ; or to and (J1/ --' LAIDLEY, IRELAND, & CO.. m Sydney. Dk Newcatllc, 19th October, 1861. Ian- FOE THE NEW GOLD FIELDS-OTAG0. i/m i jTK^ ine first-class clipper Ship ' MA It 'll _$&...

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THE LAUNCESTON.—EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

THE LAUNCESTON.-EXTRAOttDINARV' CHARGE. 1 he following circular lias been issued from Batavia with regard to this barque :— '- Bntavia, August 30, 1801. ' We conceive it to be advisable to place you in posses, sion of toine proceedings which have lately taken place here, and which are charged with the gravest interests to mercantile and underwriting classes. ' About the beginning of the present month an English barque called the Launceston, and commanded by Captain W. II. Hayes, arrived at Sourabaya, from the colonies, with a cargo of coals. ' The captain consigned ship and cargo to Messrs. Frascr, Eaton, and Co., and after having disposed of the coals, which belonged to him, sought a charter hack to Australia. ' The ship having obtainod, at Sourab.iya, a satisfactory survey certificate, was taken up by tlio factory, at the rate of £8 por ton, to load at Samaran^ and Dadnp, a small in. tcrinediate port on the coast, between Samarang and llatavia. Having taken in 2,51)0 piculen of su...

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THE WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

THE WAU IN AMERICA. Tho English papei'3 contain very full ac counts of tho battle at Mnnassas Junction. Tho account given by Mr. lltisscll, tho able correspondent of the Times, is tho most in teresting, and gives a vivid description of the routed Federal army. Having seen everything limb could be seen from tho hill, Mr. Russell rodo forward to get a closscr view of the proceedings. In the same direction, were moving an immense number of waggons of every description, whose pace grew tnoro and more rapid as the news arrived of the successes of tbe Federalists. Suddenly, an un paralleled spectacle presented itself. Tho North ern troops had turnod their backs and began to fly. The drivers of tho baggige waggons grew mad with fear, and the whole army poured along the road which led back to Washington. The flight became a disgraceful rout, the artillery men utiharneesed tho horses and mounted them to escape quicker, the very waggoners emptied their carts, and the general body actually qui...

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THE VOLUNTEER RIFLES.— Captain Laver, the brigade [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

Tiif.Voi.untf.gr Ri flf.s.— Captain Larcr, the brigade adjutant, purposes visiting Newcastle on tbe 25th instant, to drill and inspect the corps. Attendance at drills in the interim is particularly requested. Sinoinu Class. — Dr. Charles II. Horn is about open ing a singing class, for children, on ilullah's system. Miss llisliop lias allowed Dr. Horn tbe use of her schoolroom in Church. street fur the purpose.

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

IIulloway's Ointment and Pills.— Pleasure l«. the healthy.— There arc many ailments which, without Bk, dangering life, sadly prevent its enjoyment. The patient «? he ' is neither ill nor well,' things once pleasing to tun1 now cease to be plcasureable. Let such an individual, I'/ the corrective powers of Holloway's medicaments, vim this ointment is rubbed over the stomach, liver, or kidnijj.. it penetrates and regulates each function that is disorders expels all noxious matters, and adjusts tlie secretion)''' every organ respectively, so as to secure happinen to W healthy. Nausea, bilious attacks, sick headache, and m nrrhoea, all succumb to this treatment, aided by the proper use of Holloway's Pills, the appropriate doses of nnicout printed to accompany each box.

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

INSOLVENT COURT. 1$. NEW INSOLVENTS. ij inl Oct. 15.— Alexander Galbraith, of William.itrcet, Sji. ei ney, lately residing at Dunandnnan, Queensland. Liabili-' ,„ ties, jGWMlKSd. Assets, £58. Deficit, £-1607 14«. 5d. ™ Oct. 15.— Morris Maguey, of Newcastle. LiabUitln, Kl £1787 0i. Cd. Assets, £603 12s. Deficit, £1181 1U.CI «g 11 ? -^ — i A Mr. A. Keith Collins, with a party of three, has mile l an overland journey 'from Fort Bourke to Ilocxliampl* pp They started on the 5th July, and arrived on the 30th Sn. |e tember. Mr. Collins] considers the route impracticable »r ^ stock, owing to the scarcity of water. During portiomof * the journey, the natives were very troublesome, , District Court.— The sittings of the District Corf, ' lJ' Newcastle, will commence on the 31st instant. ib; The Poor Box. — The police magistrate informs m rim that the collections in the poor box for the last derm j,.. weeks amount to the sum of 3s. (id. During tin siae.'L': period, two panpers\only have been r...

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THE SIEGE OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

THE SIEGE OP NEWCASTLE. The following amusing jeu iF esprit appeared under the above heading in thelimpire of the 1.7th inst. : — The details of the famous battle of Bull's Run have given new interest to the recent glorious engagements between the police nnd the Amazonian forces of New castle, in which Field Marshal M'Lerie and Brigadier Singleton have added fresh lustre to the achievements of the Bobbies, nnd restored peace and happiness to a district threatened with nil the disasters of feminine domiuancy. As the Colonial Secretary declines to produce the dispatches relating to the conquest of Burrangong, which has just resulted in the triumph ant marching of Mi\ Stewart in custody from Sul'ala to Lambing Flat, in order that he might be told there was no charge against him, we have despaired of obtaining any better official information in the present case, so had to fall back on our own resources, which, it is needless to say, are equally infallible and inex haustible. A perusal o...

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

SYDNEY. f Fire in Pitt-street. — Between cignt and nmi o'clock last night n ftro broke out in the hay-loft «i the back part of the premises occupied by Mr. W'i : butcher, Pitt-street. Tho fire could not luve bt« burning long before it was discovered, when P' alarm was given, nnd the horses (eight or nine in num ber) were got out with considerable difficulty m-m the stable immediately underneath tho loft. In n few minutes a crowd had collected, and three cngm' (the small engine of tho No. 2 Voluntoers, one oft' Insurance Brigade engines, nnd the engine of iheMo. I Volunteers) were speedily on the ground ano I » work. After a considerable qunntity of water hw been thrown upon the burning mass by the enfjint'i the fire succumbed ; bnt not before a great portion' the loft, which was composed of wood, was deitror'H' Tho loss, wo nre in for mud, is estimated at sometbmf below £50. The origin of the fire is not known. llerald, Oot. 15. Mysterious Death.— An inquest wa« neld« Tuesday, on th...

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

SINGLETON. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. Another unfortunate and fatal accident occnrtdl - on Sunday evening last, to a little boy aeed i.!!?1 years, eldest son of W. It. Collett, Esq., of this ton i A kerosene lamp requiring some attendance, he»u i in the act of assisting his father, when the oil md ? denly ignited, and flew in the poor child's face end on other parts of his body, scalding and burningKin '' so severely mat ne expired on mesday momma lut ^ Notwithstanding all the skill of the medical bS *' man attending, Mr. Collet himself did noteseapf « '* the blaze caught the papering and curtains of'iln ' room, and in endeavouring to extinguish them I. » received serious burns. . ' ; ' Since my last communication, we have been £ ° voured with some refreshing showers of rain and '? while I write, rain is falling. ' ? ?' Singleton is about to have a newspaper of its on * the premises of Mr. W. Rotton having, been UkJ M for the purpose,— a company, consisting of slian. '' holders starting ...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

To Die Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin — This is my first essay at writing a letter in any paper. The letter is on the nuisance of dogs in this city. I think it right to bring it to the notice of everybody in this city, that, during the last month or two, there have been several accidents through these ferocious animnls having enmod several horses to run away, when tlie persons on tho horses have been hurt. I know of an instance that occurred of a dog biting a horse, in a cart, by the leg-, nnd causing the poor creature to run away, nnd coming in contact with tho curbstones, threw the people off the cart,! and they ? i ? i ? !..*» ? t.i ? . ? i_v« ? i_. i ? were unit, uiny iiirougu incse animais ucmg lei loose in tho street. I think that there should bo some steps taken about these dogs. If there is not something done to put a atop to it, there will be greater accidents occur. I think that people nre in danger of their lives in riding through the town when theso dogs are loos...

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