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THE DENISON OR UPPER HUNTER DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

THE DENISON Oil UPPER HUNTER T DIGGINGS. ??;'' since our last wt have heard nothing fresh or startlin;, ''a but as a test of the faith placed in them by many, «i l'' merely mention that every day some of our resident towni.Ado people are starting for the vicinity. But we again caution \, parties being in too great a hurry ere the crushing machiiuii ? is in working order— at any rate those parties junpreparej L for all emergencies, either in pocket or otherwiie. — Corn). m_«j.... %r_2.i ? I tr ? r\ . i «? Mft There arc new reefs opened nearly every day, anil all ap. I pear more rich than others. Urquhart was down last vmk Pi with some very rich quartz. He says his claim is (so rich ){ that he is afriad to take the quartz out in case of losing it; '. and he gnve such flourishing accounts that my brother itir. ted up to try his fortune. French was also down, and b« ?. says he has stuff on the top of his claim that he is sure will x turn out an ounce of gold to the dish. He is'afraidtow...

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

MAITLAND. * m ? »?» ? ? - . _- _ .. IT £ iUEr.MBANKMENT.-A meeting of the inhabit.^ jL. East Maitland was held on Tuesday evening, to take tot T consideration the refusal of the governmenfto expend a °'el £2,500 voted for the removal of the railway embankmtit '«B It was finally resolved that the member for;Maitland «Wv requested to move for (a select committee of the assemMosii to enquire into the subject. ihe fALBROoK JJridoe Affair.— An anonymajj letter has been received by Mr. Collett, addressed to tin gentleman. The writer states that the repair of this brite would be a very foolish expenditure, as another attemt would surely be made to blow up the structure, notwilh. standing the large rewnrd offered by the Government Correspondent of the Maitland Mercury, October, 17 |Thb Four-Mile Creek Coal Pits.— During thi continuance of the sirike among the Newcastle collim, the mines at Four-Mile Creek have been worked to a mm! larger extent than they ever were previously. These mioi fro...

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OTAGO GOLD FIELDS.— The Lady Young sauls to-day [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 October 1861

Otago Gold-fields.— The Lady Young sails to-day for Otago. Notwithstanding the unlavourable reports from this place, she takes 80 passengers and a full complement of cargo. The little schooner Cnraki clears at tho Customs Jo.riay wilh live passengers, all bound fur the cold. fields —Umpire, Oct. l(j. Tub Kmii.y IIort.— This vessel, contrary to every ex. pectktion, still lies in the same order as when she was last ic|ntiini, aim ao me bca iiao UUIIl|HIMeiy ^Ullc I1UWI1, 1116 Underwriters have engaged the Washington (s.) to take what cargo can be saved out of her. She left yesterday early in the afternoon, taking with her a cargo boat and a gang of man. On arriving at the wreck the masts were cut away at once, to prevent her rolling as little as possible, and thus *a»eithe hull, the sails, however, were first unbent, and the .topgallant and royal yards sent down. The deck lumber was then cleared away, and the upper portion of the cargo, consisting of bags of flour, some casks of wine,...

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THE WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

THE WAR IN AMERICA. Writing at a subsequent date to Ins loiter that appeared in the last issue of the I Chronicle, Mr. Russell says : — I ' The army of the Uuited States is undergo- ; ing ;t complete organisation in tlic fuco of the | enemy. TIig old tinny of volunteers and three j months' ineu niav bo looked upon as annihilated, i or at all events, delivered. It vvould bu curious j to ascertain huw some of them will re-enlist, j even under different officers. Tim ulfair of Man- i assiis not only destroyed iU'Dowch'.i tinny, but j it guvo u sad 'blow and groat discouragement to j the very spirit of tho American system, by which j men were placed in positions they bad no forli- ; tuJc for, and largu masses of armed men were us- j setubled whom it is a delusion to consider as an j army. Mr. Davis saw the mischief long ago, j and by special Act of Congress of the Confede- j rate Stale of Montgomery he sk-zed tlm power of I appointing officers, ft may seem strange thai j tho soldiery sh...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH YfaLES. (J bridged Jrom the SMi Herald.) Thltwdav, October. 17. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. tn the Legislative Council, Mr. Robertson laid upon the table returns from tlic Railway Department, a despatch from the Government KniiKrutiou Agents in England, returns from the Boards of Nmiun:il Education und De nominiiiionul Kducation, and a copy of a despatch in reference to tho ofiice and title of Govcruor-Genenil — all of which were ordered to bo printed. The Crown Lands Occupation Bill was re committed for some verbal amendments pro posed by Mr. Robertson, which were agreed to without opposition. On' the motion for tho third reading, Mr. Campbell avowed his dislike of the bill, although he did not intend to oppose the third reading, looking upon it ; as a determined at Luck on the pastoral in terest ; but he thought it bettor that the bill - Khoiihl be passed at once. After a brief reply lVotn Mr. Robertson, the bill was read a third time and passed, and ordered to be...

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OTAGO. LATEST FROM THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

OTA GO. I.ATHST FIIOM TI1K MGUJVGS. Hie Kombla arrived at Sydney on Sunday! with 7000 oimcrts of gi-l 1 from Otago. On the d'ay of her dqmiture (the I4th), the Omeo left for Melbourne wi-li 12.000 ounces. A gentleman who arrived by the Kembla informs us that the prospects or the dig ginps were highly favourable. 10,000 ounces of gold had been Ii'ft in the Dunk of New South Wales at ijiinoiiin, mid t-.uuj ounces in me union duik. i na next escort was expected to arrive last Friday, with 15,090 ounces. About thirty passengers have arrived by the Kvmbln, some few being disappointed, but the majority leaving with from one to ten pounds of gold each, and two Germans hnve sixteen poii'irls weight of gol.l bi-t veen them — the proJuee of four weeks' labour. It was intended, we nre informed, to work the diggings nt Gabriel's Gully over nguin. The Provincial llolel at Dimeilin hud b.'i'ii sold for £8000, to Mr. Jones, of Melbourne. Frontngus to the prill ?ip.il streets were letting for £10 p...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. We have Auckland pnpers to the Oth in stant, and Nelson journals to the 1 2th Oc tober. l*he news is generally devoid of in terest, we tnke the following extracts : — The West Coast Coal.— At length the money, voted by the Provincial Council in its session of I860, is to be expended in testing tbc coal at tue River Grey disiric'. An advertise ment having been issued, culling for tenders from persons desirous of contractiug to procure this coal, we hope that uo unforsecn delay will prevent the speedy arrival of a cargo of it in Nelson. It has been spoken of so highly by Mr. ffaast and others who have seen it, that we feel naturally desirous that so valuable a mineral should be most fully and fairly tested. — Nelson Examiner. The Lyllellon Times wye :— The worts of the Lyttletou beach up to tho Southern entrance of the tunnel, and tho cutting at the northern cud in Heathcote-valley is making steady progress, the embankment creeping forward into the val ley with a daily pe...

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EXTRAORDINARY DOG.— At Aldershot [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

Extraordinary Don.— At Aldershoi camp thoro is a lui'gc spaniel .belonging to h sorjoant in tho Hoynl Artillery, who lias boon taught hyjiis mnstcr, during tedious dnys of onrnp life,' to perform tricko lliflt aro almost marvellous. Tho flog is poiTcct in bis drill, marching slow; quick' ami at the double, in OUGUlOriGO 10 1 1IC Wultl ill UUUIHIHIUI. »»jh.i ho had boon 'put/through bis pacosjiis mn»tor called him up and nskod his opinion of tho j various rogi merits on t.lio ground, Woro tbo ' ?plungers iliobeft corps? No signs. Were tho 42nd Foot 'j'— siltMico on tho purl of tlie dog. A Tier going ovevlialf- n-ilo7.cn unities, tho mivv tur a&iced, exactly in tho namo lonens whioK he lind put bis previous questions, the dog'o opinion of tbo KoyhI Artillery. Ho instantly burst nm. into joyous bulking, jumping nbout. nud rolling, 'lite Hoijcni.t then called Tor thrco oheers for choking of frutmia— n-.- £.ouuiIh ; tlin.'o ohrcva for tiu'King of N upler ? — n U w t rov.l ; i bra...

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ANOTHER MODE OF RISING MONEY—It is said [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

AttoxiiKR Mode or ItvHtsci Mosr.v — It u said that the ladies of Tray li.ive invented n feature in their fairs. A parcel of hnndsoma girls set themselves up nnd allow trentlemoii to kiss thorn for twelve nnd a half cents per kiss. One girl made sixty-two dollavs in one evening. One ninn took eleven dollars' worth, We should like to henr thu opinions of our Tit'uut b I'ei as to the probable success of n i'lincy fair with such nn nUrnction. — Wyiiyard Times, Oct. 15 uoi'per ftiiNES— ini.w wiscnvcity, — a new inino (says thu Ilos/ihamptnn Bulletin) bns been discovered by tho Messrs. Muiitnu, situutcd about 100 yards from tho main rond, at a distance of four miles and a half from their old mine nud ns much uenrer Kockhuiup ton. Tito ore eoiidists of (?roiui carbonate. Sjioci menu just received in town contain. 3SJ per cent, cop per, uiid aro similar in appearance to grceni h pipo. clay when dry, nnd on being dumped, the ore turns a deep green colour, Although it dotM not contain a ncr'u...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

TUB MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. | Iiie usual iurlnif»ht]y meeting of the municipal council was held nn Monday evening in the court house, Mis Worship tta Mayor in the chair. There were present— Aldermen Uoltmi, Drown, Tighe, Corlctle, Ross, Pratlcn, and Kemp. The minutes of tha last meeting having been read and confirmed, the chairman brought up the report of the finance committee. CORIinSPONDENCE. The following letters were read, and de:ilt with as stated : 1. From Messrs. Newman and Co., asking th.it the sum of.fi]:!, which had been paid by them in error as rates on the Dank Hotel, might ha refunded. On the motion of ulderman Dolton, the, money wis or dered to be p-iicl. a. From Mr. John Smith, Old O.ik Inn, Luke Mac. quarie Road, requesting permission to erect posts iu the Kerbing opposite Ii is house, to fasten horses to. J'ennisaion granted, the work to be done under Ihe con trol of the city surveyor. 3. A loiter of a similar nature from Mr. 1'ratlen was similarly disposed of. 4. From M...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

MAITLAND. The half-yearly meeting of the members of the Morpeth School of Arls, was held ou Thursday evening last. In tbereport it was stated that th* sum of £213 18s. Cd. had been subscribed fur the building fund, and Government were to be applied to to place a sum of £500 on the esti mates for them, as against an equal sum to be raised by orirate subscription, ? Concealing Birth. — In the case of Johanna Burns, who was charged at Mnrpeth some time since with con. ceiling the birth of a child, the Attorney-General lias de clined to prosecute, on the ground that a sullicient prima fade case had not been made t)Kt.—M. Ensign, Oct. I'J. The Coal AIinisrs at Four Mile Crubk. — We understand thet, in consequence of the termination of the itrike at Newcastle, the miners who were employed in Messrs. N'tt and Mitchell's pit at Four Mile Creek hare returned to their former mines, and consequently the drays (about forty in number} employed by that linn in carrying the coal to Motpeth, ceased...

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MESSRS. PARKES AND DALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

MESSRS. PA RICES AND D ALLEY. The following communication from tho Now South Wulod immigration lectures wns laid upon tlie Legislative Assembly on Tuursduy, by Mr. f!n\pnnr :— ( No. 1 .) No 13, West Strand, liOiulon, 21th August, 1801. Sir,— We have the honour to report to the Government the course of our proceedings since our nrriviil iu Iinghind, on the mission contomplatud by section 2 of theAct l^Y'ict., 2*. 2. We landed in Liverpool on Saturday, the 4th August, and left Hint town the sumo day. .Mr. Parkes for Dinning, ham and Mr. Dnllcy for London. On tho morning of tho 8ih Mr. Parkes joined Mr. Dnllcy in London. 3. During hU slay iu Birmingham Mr. Parkes commu nicated wilh piiu nftho mutuliursfor tho b'iroiigh wilh tho Mayor, mid others, on Ihc subject of our mission to Kiigland j and iu London we havo both anxiously availed ourselves of whnUiver opportunities linve nllVrnd to ascertain how far public Ming tuny hi favourable to the object* we him- in view. From uur intercourse...

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NATIVE WOODS.—On Monday we were far[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

Native Woods.— On Monday we were fir Mr. Lewis, of the colonial architect's departmct riew of a number of specimens of native woods,' been forwarded by Mr. Dowel, the contractor A court. house at Tamworth, and are destined for it (ion of \6lil. Ivicli specimen is accompanied bi mont of the ires to which that description of chiefly applicable, and their appearance will doubt vcy a very fivourable impression of the varietitii ti'iilur to be found in Ihc northern district;, . altogether seven varieties, each specimen Wrap, I Ciite. 1st. Myall. — This wood presents a verj | pearalicr-, is uf close grain, and will bear a highp weight il approaches iroubark. From its peculiar I Myall would be very useful for gig shafts, my R.irviug or ornamental turning, and furniture. 2n Giim.-'This bears a strung resemblance b.ilbin and when polished, to mahogany, and for purpose ing durability nud strength would be fomidcxc serviceable. 3rd. ISox. — The same, except ai reg semblance to mahogany, may be...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

NEWCASTLE FOUOE. FRIDAY. j (tiiMnreths Police Magistrate, and Mr. Rinchud, J.P.) Christopher Kagan, baker, was fined 40s. f:ir cruelly boating a hiir.se, on ths luth instant, or, iu default, to b_ imprisoned fnui'leen diys. The fiio was nt once paid. Hannah Hill, accuse:! of having stolen property in her pississi in, was dischar#O'l. Anne D.tly, a servant girl, w.is chnrgeil with stealing properly, vaiuo under -tOi., from Clnrlotte Green and Eliza Hlanc'.i. The case was reminded until Monday. SATURDAY. (Dafore His Worship tha Mayor.) John Linton, miner, and .Mm Arjher, hbourer, were Cued 2n.s, each, for l-cin-; drunk and disorderly in a public place on the ISth instant. Patrick Purcell, tinman, was fined IDs. for being drunk. A charge ngiinst John Liutou, miner, fir using iiid.'C;nt language, ivus withdrawn. MONDAY. (Before tho Police Mi-tistrate, and Mr. Hinclanl, J.P.) LwtCKNy.— Anna D.ily wis clnrgel with stealing som: small article*, the property of Mrs. Green, of Watt-street. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

HoLtowAY's Ointment and PiLLS.--Disorders of fe Wales,— There nre many derangements of the nerves and circulation to which woman patiently, though unwisely, tUbvnUp, still disease is established and health undermined. In all such irregularities, as well us in hysterics, Holloway's Ointment assiduously rubbed down the spine twico a day, will have the happiest effect in restoring nil oppressive, wea rhiMB and debility. Ilolloway's Pills thould bo taken at toe Mine time, to improve tho digestion, nml purify ?na improve all tho corporeal organs. 'Ihe diseaso of ?women, whether constitutional or fnnction.il, chronic or re etnt, usually oo unmanageable, soon yield to this treatment, wuch la very «fK.vtlvc for hn-\\ iMipntc »n-l robuil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

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INSOLVENT COURT. RULES NISI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. KUI.F.S NISI. uci. ii,— un me petition ni josepn a. uoiiiswortn, oi Sydney, ironmonger, a rule nisi was granted, returnable on the 2'itli October, requiring J. M'Kvoguc, nf llathurst, storekeeper, to show cause why his ratnte should not be sequestrated for the bcnellt of his creditors, Oct. 17.— On the petition of William Hriggs, of West Mnitlaiul, gentleman, a rule nisi was granted, relurnalile on the 2oth October, requiring llernaar ilnldwin, of Singleton, denier, to show cause why his estate should not be seques trated I'or the benefit of his creditors. NliW INSOLVENTS. Oct. 17.— Win. Shuughnessy, of Crown-street, Sydney, lately a licensed victualler. Liabilities, £10b' 12s. 6'd, Assets, £6K Deficit, £\U 12s. Gd. Oct. 17.— James Smith, of Moruya. pucker. Liabilities, £10!) Us. Assets, £1(37. Deficit, £12 11s, Oct. 17.— Charles Spink\ of Trmikey Creek, ncarMul gonln, Rold-diRifer. Liabilities— secured debts, £20 j unse cured debts, £112 15s. i total, £132 los. Ass...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

QUEENSLAND. Marydohouoh. — Election of a Chinaman as Alderman.— The nomination of candidates for the office of alderman in the room of Mr. Howard, resigned, took place at Maryborough, on the 211th ultimo. Five gentle men were nominated, Mr. James Chiam (a Chinaman of eleven years standing in the colony), Mr. \V. Soutlierden, Mr. A.W.Melville, Mr.J.K. llrown, and Mr. Jas. Wright. me loiiowmg is me result ot tne pou, which iook piace ou Ihe 6th instant :— Mr. J. Chiam, 31 ; Mr. W. Southerdeti, 1*1 Mr. A.W. Melville, 1 ; Mr. J.E. Brown, 1 ; Mr. J. Wright, 1. The ollicial declaration of the pull took place on the 7th instant, at noon, after which Alderman Chiam delivered an oration in a dialect peculiarly his own. Mr. HecMerwick was, however, retained for the occasion, and read the following an alderman Chiain's speech: — 'Gen- tlemen : I have to thank you very much lor the honour you rave to-day done me, and I sincerely tell you that I will do my best to advance Maryborough, and you wi...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

IDA SYDNEY. __ M — „ ? The Land Bills.— It will bo soon by orf P; Parliamentary reports that tho A'ssombly agreed ^ last night to tho amendments mudo by_ th« ^ Council in tho two land bills. Both tho Aliona- :? tion Bill and tho Occupation Bill are, thorcforc, . 'I ? . . 1 _ . _. 1 -l ? J .-!l« nt fnf. now passed into Jaw, anu tuo majority u- 'v-^ — provisions will como iuto immediato operation.- fHH Herald, Oot. 18. JU Presentation op Colours.— Lady y°UD&nom prosentod colours to the Suburban battalion W g|an Volunteer ltiflcs ou Saturday afternoon, i' frilli presentation took place in tho Domain and ff' a co attoudod by ovor 700 of tho voluntcora. 'j™1

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m.— Ihe Louise, from Pi flour and wheat, and the Kathleen bronsh wheat. The flour market is much depreued 1 is selling at £12 10s. Sanders and Johnston ' gniliy of rape and robbery, and sentenced Ii escorts have brought 2S.39S ozs. Victorim Meeting.— liirst Day.— Two Thousand Oaine! i?c'Ae.rs^'l.M.°'no» '../-HawtowftCwd uavau n i-iHLcaiciier o. uiormom Jed nearlj, and won easily by six lengths. Time,4m|n U horses started. Plying Buck held fifth pli«»b Grand Stand Slake.—!!. C. Jeffrey's Colowld won easily. Spring Sapling Stakes.— G.Wito 1, T. J. Bavin's Baroness 2. Selling Stiti Haphard, won easily.—//., Oct. 18. triday, 8 p. m.— The Governor has arritrf ? Sugar was sjld at auction at fall rates for fl Flour, £12 per tun. Jockey Club Racet.-Sec Maiden Plate.— W. Lang's Saturn 1, Donetd horses started, and this was a good race, j Oaks.— G. Watson's Palestine 1, S. Cole's Mb protect) 2.— A fine race; 2 min. 57* tec. TliiS dicap,— Mr. Lamb's At...

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