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

MULTUil IN J'AUVO. The Clarence Independent sjys : — The escort ar rived on Tuesday last, bringing in «17 ozs. of gold. The same journal also observes: — A ludy sub scriber wishes to inaugurate a baby show in tile dis trict, believing tlmt the. Clarence can exhibit hand somer, fatter, and bigger specimens of baby Join than any other country it: the vturld t Who will lake the initiative .' Hie telcgrapmc correspondent oi me ixniiourn Chronicle gives currcuc , to an on dit, to the cltect (licit Mr. Weekes is going t-.i Kngluml for the benefit of his health, und iliut l;e will be succeeded by Mi. Dicksun. On Saturday lniiriiiug (says the I5athur.it Times, uf Oct. 10,) about half-paat ,ii:: o'clock, when the Lamb ing Flat mail was uu its way to Bathurst, about thrc: miles beyond Covrra, a mounted rulHan rode up and commanded the driver to stop. The passengers, sis men and three women, were thrown into a stiti! of great aUrm upon the peremptory demand of the bigh ivuyiiiiin for the male ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

[aP '8* STEAM TO SYDNEY. cbooSai ^HE Australasian Steam Navi : r^fflt gation Company's Steamers will leave 'JtKJR-MoRFCTH (calling at Newcastle), I S, jM^Ti''''1 further notice, as tollo\va$j-s , kail l$»ESDAYS | lhL AtoNOi Captain ^/drf?) „ feAVs/ at 7 o'clock a/ Cf '.D. -pSD A Y S 'i CoLLAROV( Captain MuHmll, E.N^|lDKAYS. / at 7 o'clock n.m. settle '3 3E0IIGE It. DIBHS & CO., 'r:v I ' f Agents, Scott-strect. fa ^facastle, September 14, 18G1. Ne^ THE NEW^0G^]^LDS-OTAGO. ILL. JlT^ Tl)e first-class clipper Ship 'MAR- k///J|fk GAItETHA ROESENER,' 700 tons, ?aBCT^ Charles Eggers, commander, having rform WSbZS arrived from Otago, will sail early in enableijfanber from Newcastle. This fine vessel has them* and spacious 'tween decks, thoroughly venti GS A3 also a full poop, and offers an opportunity for on mej [gers seldom to be met with in this port. Freight FATEK assage, moderate. Provisions Al. Early ap »ES, tHion necessary to the undersigned, as only a '??? id number of berths...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 October 1861

It is ulwnya with a feeling of ditfi;.lencc tliat a person of n mode3t and retiring disposition hrings himself prominently forward. When misfortune assails him, he is not nnxious to obtrude his sorrows on the public j nor, on the other hand, when he has occasion to re joioe, in he desirous of giving vent t.o his leclings by exuberant demonstrations of glad ness. True as ttm ia ot tnamcina, it is almost equally so with regard to journalism. If difficulties have to be contended with, they are generally best overcome by energy and perseverance, and not by complaints; and if success is achieved, there is no need to trumpet it i'orth, but it is sufficient if the prosperity be enough to inspire one with the determina tion to ninke fresh efforts to secure even n ? greater amount of success in future. There are occasions, however, when it is necessary to ref«r more particularly to the progress and prospects of a newspiiprr, nnd to make known the .position of a journal, nud J,hc endeavours ?...

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

-NKWCASTliK SITfPI'IXK. \ ARRIVALS. 'Jet. ;w.— lloouicraug, schooner, IJJ-, Spam, irnui Wel lington, N.Z. Oct. 20. — Keilennnnt, schooner, 160, Steven*, from Otago, N.X. - Oct. 20.— Pearl, schooner, JM, Wills, from Kockhamp ton, Queensland. Oct. 20.— Lconline, Hamburg barque, 20S, Gude, from Sydney. DliPARTtJRES. Oct. 1?.— Drover, brig, Paten, for Gselong, with 2-55 tone coal. Oct. 19. — Tomatin, barque, Grierson, for Melbourne, with 650 tons coal. wcr. m. — J nines raxion, sennoner, ^arur, ior wei-iung. Cargo : 92 tons coal, 400 ipokcs, 0 logs cedar, and 102 bag s maize. Oct. 22.— Gazelle, brig, 400, Stafford, for Otagn, y.Z. Cargo : 281 tons coal, 231) bushels maize, one ton hams and bacon, 60 tiercps beef, 0' cwt. seed oafs, one case 1 12 lbs. I rhecse, 28 b.iles hay— «even tons. I'assengers— William j Honcss, Patrick Green, Peter Murphy, Alfred lircrrard, .Samuel Uutllcworth, Marcus Gnnn, and Joseph Green. rilOJlCCTKD DEPARTURES. i Margaretha Roroener, ship, 700, Kggers, forOtag...

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PROSPECTS OF COTTON SUPPLY.—WE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

Puospects of Cotton Supply. — We extract the following remarks on the supply of American cotton from the circular of Messrs. Neill Brothers, of Manchester: — Strango anil almost incredible as it may ap pear, it is nevertheless the fact that it is tho dulibcrato intention of the American govern ments — both North and South — to seal nn tho new cotton crop, so that not a bale of it (which they can prevent) shall leave the plantations during tho continuance of tho war. Tho North believes that the need of money will bring the South to terms ; tho South is just as firm in tho faith that the need of cotton will bring the North to terms, or lead the European governments to interfere. How long these efforts will be successful it is impossible to say. No doubt somo cotton will reach tho ports, creeks, and bays along tho coast — notwithstanding all tho recom mendations of patriotic factors — and escape tho blockade, in spite of tho vigilance of tho whole United States fleet. But it is clear t...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

TASMANIA. Wo havo Launccston papers to the 19 th instant. There is no matter of general inte rest contained in Ihern, beyond the fact that the government were tiinking about sending a vessel to Otago, to bring back disappointed Tasmanians, who could not aflbrd to defray their own return passage.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

VICTORIA. We have Victorian papers dowu to tho 21st instant. Tlie intelligence is unimportant. Volunteer Encampment.— -In accordance with a circular issued by Colonel Pitt, a meeting of officers commanding volunteer corps was held on Friday last. The correspondence between the treasurer and Uoloncl fitt was read, relative to tbo proposed encampment on tbe Wcrribee Plains, when it appeared that ibo government would not permit the encampment to be held on tbat spot, as tbe commissioner of railways had given it as his opinion that the public could not be conveyed there safely, through there being only a single line of railway. It was thought that n locality in many respects suitable could bo selected, although it could not be expected that one so eligible as the late encampment would be found. Some discussion took place on the subject of tbe time named in tho circular letter, and it was arranged that the officer com manding should strain meet to consider that question, on the 24th inst...

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SYDNEY. ENCOURAGEMENT OF COLONIAL MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

SYDNEY. ENCOURAGEMENT OF COLONIAL MANUFACTURES. A public meeting, convened by advertisement, was held on Tuesday evening at the Temperance Hall, ' to consider tbo propriety of petitioning the Government to discontinue importing rail way plant and other goods that can be manu factured in tbe colonv.' Tho audience, which nearly filled tbe hall, consisted chiefly of work ing men, and comprised several proprietors of manufacturing establishments in Sydney. Tbe Mayor occupied tbo chair. The following re solutions were agreed to. 1st ' That iu tbe opinion of this meeting the course hitherto pur sued by tbo Government of sending to Great Britain for machinery and otber articles of manu facture, which can be equally well made in this and tbe neighbouring colonies, iu highly detri mental to tbo interests of the colonists generally, and to manufacturers and their employees in particular. 2nd ' That the large amount of unemployed skilled labour at present in this colony calls urgently for some...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

MULTUJI IN PAHVO. The ceremony of laying the foundation s'onc of n hall fur the Court Morning Star of the Ancient Order of Foresters, No. 2002, took place on Monday, at Waterloo, on a site given for the purpose by Edward Byrne, Esq., J.P., cliairm in of the local municipality. A dinner and ball in a marquee erected for the oc casion concluded the proceedings. On Thursday morning last (says the Yass Courier), Mr. David Harpur, builder, of Yass, committed sui cide by shooting himse'f with a gun, charged with No. 3 wire cartridge. It appears that he placed the muzzle of the gun under Iris chin, pulling the trigger chin with his big toe. The unhnppy man lived about four hours. It is upposcd that his mind had become affected by trade embarrassments. — On Friday morn ing, Mr. John Best, of Jerrawn, put a period to his existence by hanging himself. It appears that de ceased, who was a sheep farmer, had left home for one of the out-stations, where a flock of ewes were lamb ing. Deceased had...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

Axvoni: who is a watchful observer of mcu and i things in those colonies, cannot but come to the ! conclusion that we arc at present in a state of transiticn ; that wo arc in fact now undergoing a ' preat fiociul nnd political change,, though whether it be one fraught with benefit or disadvantage i to the community at large is a question that time alone can solve. Previous to the gold discoveries, and indeed .' for some few years afterwards, the squatting was : tho ruling clement in Australia, and it must bo '? acknowledged that with the exception of that pe- j riod when it was just drawing to a close, tho public ; mind was more tranquil during the ascendancy of . those lords of tho soil than it lias ever been since. Supported by this fact, on which they base one of their strongest arguments, the land magnates of tho past point with supercilious contempt to the , radicalism and inquietude that now prevail, and ; with prophetic solemnity, predict tho final and | irrevocable ruin of a...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

^ABLIABIENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (Abridged from tlie S.M. Herald.) Tuesdav, October 23. i LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ! The Legislative Assembly met at twenty-eight minutes past three p.m. Mr. Drircr presented a petition from John Cockerel), stating that he had been improperly convicted of receiving stolen property, and praying enquiry. In answer to Mr. Uuchanan, Mr. Cowper said no reward had been paid for the apprehension of Stewart, the supposed Burrangong rioter— no such reward having been applied 'for; and that no determination had been arrived at by the uovernment as to withdrawing the rewards oflered for ?Spicer and Cameron. Mr. Cowper laid upon the table a copy of a communica tion from the Speaker, relative to certain items on the Es timates. The document wat ordered to be printed. In answer to Mr. Forster, Mr. Cowper intimated that none of the Artillery horses, at Longbottom, were starving, or had died of itarration— that some of them had died of the cold weather in August— that ot...

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NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. Owinu to the large room nt the coiirt-liuiiso bring in courso of repair, it was not available for the meet ing on ThursJay evening, and as there wns no othec , room obtainable sufFicicntly large to accommodate ' tho number expected to be present, it was deter mined, on tin; motion of Mr. Mcrrington, to adjourn tlie mooting until Thursday next. Th's was accord ingly done us soon ns the minutes of the last nioe ing had been road aud conlinned, and the following report of tlio committee nppriiutud to hives i;;.ile the clillcrent propositions for premises, had been brought up. Mr. iJrooks occupied the chair. The ouiiiinittc appointed In view and enquire after suit able promises (or the institution, have t') report that t !»-_?-? have iuspootcd the several properties umler-iiiuntinneci, which wcie brought under their notice as buiiijj eligible for the purpose, 1st. Iron store, helonpinjt to Mr. W. II. Whyle, situate iu \VuU.!-trbct, next to his hntelicr'.i shop,...

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RATHER ALARMING. —A correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

Raviiku Ai.Aii.Mis'u. --A coi'i'ospondt'iit til'llio limes, ''largely iiitx-n-'sloil in l,lio M'adu (if Ijtiiiuusliiru, hut wholly J'roo I'roni. tlio bins of any spouuluticn in llio cotton market,' 1 1 do pis a very dnspoiiilinp toiiu in spoukiu^j of thu prospi'ijts of llio slnplo industry of tliis district, lit.1 points out ihnt from tlio 10th ol August to tho 2sih of ])i.'0i;mljer( lN»U, tho oonstiinplion und export of cotton amoiiiiicd to lli')|,l()t) IiuIdh. On llio Dili of tho invsont month iliu siiink of American cotton in Jjivcrpool wits 7ll'),(l()l) buloi, 'nnd not n lmlu nt s'.'ii. ' ll.o stuti's that at Now Orleans un iijjroumcnt. htm liomi onluru;! into lo ubsliiiu i'roni .scniliiijjf cotton down loporl:- orHhiptni.MiL us loujj; us the hloukntlo Iums, tintl ho ihurcl'oi'u arrives ut iho cinclusioii ( Ii tic th-j sloyk at present in tin; wuivliouso ol I.i vt'i'jui.'il is nil wo liuvi: to rely upon until tho Soullii.'i'ii ports ijhnll hiivo boi/ii freutl from llio osisting ...

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RAILWAY STATION AT THE JUNCTION OF THE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

Railway Station at the Junction or Tin: AIinmi and Ukuat NouTiiiiiiN IIaii.hoads. — A peti tion to his Excellency ami the Kxocutive, fdr the osta. hUshing a station at the above spot, was forwarded to Mr. Lotvix, M.fi.A.j for presentation on Thursday evening. -U2 names were alHxjd to the document. 1jiikm: of Huh a n.— We aro glad to state that the price ot uroad, which lor a long umc past Mas been kept at such a very hi^li M^ure in Newcastle, was rather suddenly low ered ou Wednesday from till, to 'Id. tho 2 llj. loaf, Tho re duction was iu consequence of an advertisement from Mr. Clarke, of Hunter-street, appearing in our columns on Wednesday last, stating the price of bread sold by him was 4Jd. Mr. Clarke deserves every credit for having been the means of breaking up what was virtually a com. plctc monopoly of thu bakers, who treated the public just ,'is they pleased. In.si'i:ction or Tin: Volunteers.— Captain Laver, the brigade adjutant of tho New South Wales volunteer rifles, ar...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

KNGLfSll EXTHACTS. Colonel M.i'ik'vcror, -):'Ht llog'men', writes to Mi^ U.il-.l, oi' Livurp ol, from Tironto, giving his opinion of tho Great Ivutern, in which bu bad crossed the At lantic, as a passenger ship. Ilcsnys tliat (speaking im a pniisi'iigi'i') il is not possible lo fin 1 any fault with the vessel. ' S!io inada, I believe1, the shortcut pas sage on record to Quebec, with an amount of easo and comfort to all on boar ', nothing approaching to which 1 havo ever expurk'iiced during twenty-seven years' service in umny pnrt.-i of the world.'— Knglhh paper ,

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TEMPERANCE SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

TEMPERANCE SOI REE. The Newcastle branch of the New South Wales Tem pL-rnnce Alliance bad a social meeting and tea, on Tuesday evening last, the 22ud instant, iu their new lecture room, at thu Co-operative Society's buildings. This room is nn excellent one for the purpose, being 50 feet by 30, on the lirst Ikor, and is reached by an easy flight of steps from me outside, un mis occasion u was mini uiuicuiuniuj. Tea was served upon six tables, cadi presided over by a. lady, whose presence not only ornamented the room, but from whose fair hands the cup which cheered without in toxicating was passed, with a grace and pleasing delicacy that iiv.uli' the tea a treat. Tlie numbers requiring a second table being served this occupied the time until 7 o'clock, after which, the tables bi;iiig removed, and the seats placed iu order, the audience soon. seated themselves, expecting an intellectual treat after lliu physical one, which hail given tlu-ni much satisfaction. The interior of the mom no...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Windsor. — R..\ir.w.\v to Winpsor ano Uicii» mono. — The Government having; placed a sum of .i'OD.OOO on the Kst:mati-s for the ensuing year to wards the construction of n '? borsu railway, ' from Hlackto'.vn to Windsor nnd Richmond, n public mei'l in^ ofthe inhabitants of these districts has been culled for Mond.iv next, for the niirnnscuf iiiiontinir measure1! for representing to the (iovermneiit t!ie desir.'ibili y of making the proposed raihv.iy of a locomotive character. Dint'iAMooNn. — Tin: Ai'pkav with tiik I'oiicr. at IJuitiiANRONo — The followinj; is the Account w-iicli nppeiiris in Wednesday's Miner, of the ndrnv noticed in our last issue. ISeU'ceii 7 and 8 o'clock on Sunday night, a row took place near ilnttler's pih lic-housc*, the Balburst Inn in Chance Oullv, between fsonio of tlia IJjnoifal men a«ul foiiij natives of tint Colony. One young man was folloivu I by them into Ituttler's house, nnd with dilliculty escaped injury. Another was pursued into ...

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EXPORT OF COAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

EXPORT OF COAL. B' Tu r llerall, in its summary for Europe on Mb fuN last, publishes Ilic following particulars in refSflf to the export of coal during the current year. JraSff bo observed that the only companies in thijdB mt-. conrtorni -g which particulars nre given are the ffu aiul Ciiiil and Copper Companies. ' rT; Australian Newcastle Bull IHti Agricultural C. & C. C.-5ftvi Company. Company. MftffLt I' rnm Jan. to .June.. 5!-,o'i)0 .. 3S,liVi TCiflRi July 5 ? 2871 ...IlE' 12 ?? ?? 1082 .. 2151 ...jW, 1!' ?- ?- I!Wl .. IGltt ..AW »i ?- -? 1 1-S2 .. 1229 178 B August 2 .. .. lS-,7 .. 1177 ...J- I !? -- ?? HID .. 1,501 .J I ??!?- ? 125 ...: ' «?' ? 1(91 , Sept. (i ? ^ 13 ? 16P. «?? UM ? v'ii UV ? ? l/ie October I- ? ''.'. '''I -$!|i II ? -i.J*pt i If!),.'?;) 15,582 12,191'?' , Tho strike at Newcastle continued from 23rd Augiuil { . 1 lib Uciohur, when the miners, having come to terai -i I their cm;d(iyji--, again sot to woik. r'*» ; As we have no statistics from the compan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

A.wi'iir.n Stiicinn,— A. M. ranliu, lnutlloid of tlio Oriokolorh1 Arm.s, Hllxi'iotli-strout, Syd noy, (Mitimitlixl suiniilo at Uuinpliclll.owti (ia TtU'sdny, by (lisuliurying n pi.sinl ul liia hcaj, |

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 October 1861

XEWCASTLK SIIIIMMNO. [ AliliIVAI.3. r-rt.'.'!.- dn.lVi.. Mi-amir, from Pv.Wy. Oi-?.2.i.-W;.r.ll:ill. Ml-.-iim-r. fru-ll Sv.lmV. Oct. I'.;.— |:mi,.,i1. lrmpi,.. -V.lj, y,noU. fr'-mi Ni-w fale iloiiin. Kltli iiiMimt. ivitlil'lirasl:-! .%' barrels mid .'! dulls liim-juii-r. rnsvciiytfrs-riiiir in ilic fitc-Prngp. O.-n.Tullv anil Co., npniK I»KI'Ar.TfI5KS. Ocl. 21.- Oafii-n. stc-mur. f..r Grafi.m. C. It. | On. '.'?)?.— liiiiiiiu-rnnir.Kclirmnpr. Knnin. fur HutiarlTuwu, i v.illi HO Inns ,-nul. liinclf ;mii C... nsri.K | Oct. K.7.— Wnnitnli. steamer, f.ir Wi.li- fiav. Ocl. ir,.-- IVflrl. fclionner, Wills, for Ccclonfr. willi 20-7 j tons c-nnl. (''plain, npiMit. | Oct. 25.— Viilianl. lirifj, Hrnilic, for Melbourne, willi 2IS j ? fins coal. George Tully and Co., agents. I PROJECTED DEPARTURES. ! Mnrpnrcilm H opener, shin, 700, F.Rgcrs, forOt.-iRO, ?-.'/.. ' a» . II. Wlivte. npenr. - „. HfniMl. Iwrrjup. 700. UmIs, forOtago, JC./. (ienrgn j 1 lilly anil Co., aj;LMits. ; COAKTKI'.S iNWAKIIS. i...

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