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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TnE Assembly metnt hulfpast three p.m. Mr. Cowper laid hpon tho table a report of the Standing Orders Committee upon the -question, 'Whether the chairman of a sc 'lect committee upon n private bill should ex ercise a casting vote in addition tb his de liberative vote as member of the committee.' The report was ordered to be printed ; Mr. Cowper nt the same time giving notice of re solutions for carrying its recoinmendutious iuto effect. In ahswbr to Mr. Harpur, Mr. Cowper said Uiat- among tho arraugements contemplated by Mr. Robertson, with reference to the Lund Acts, it was intended tb issue 'cheap maps for public information. In answer to Mr. Driver, Mr. Cbwper said the police were sometimes placed at the dis posal of the military authorities, as they had been sometimes at the disposal of the cricket association : also, that the onlv two members of the police force, who had joined the Volun teers, were the Inspector-Ueueral, and the Inspector of the Mounted P...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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DARING MAIL ROBBERY ON THE GREAT NORTHERN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

DARING MAIL ROBBERY ON THE GREAT NORTHERN ROAD. Early on Monday morning, intelligence ar rived of the down mail from Armidale having been stopped between Grasstrce Hill and the Chain of Ponds, by three mounted bush rangers, heavily armed, and with masked faces. From the information we have ob tained, it appears that the mail changed horses and lelt Muswcllbrook, as usual, aoout 9 o'clock on Sunday night, carrying eight passengers and the driver, a son of Mr. Lum ley, who keeps the inn at the Chain of Ponds. About an hour after they left, three ruffians suddenly presented themselves, and with arms ordered the passengers to alight and deliver up their money. Unfortunately for the tra ? vellers, this happened to be something con siderable, one man alone having upwards of Cinft nnnn In'm TMin tnfnl nmrninr. nf flip plunder was, we are given to understand, near ly jSjJOO, besides several watches, and three of the mail bags, the contents of which are of course as yet unknown. The driver s...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

Parliament of new south wales. (dbriilged from the S.M. Herald.) Thursday, Octoueu 24. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The Council met ut llio usiuil hoor. Three messages were received frohi the Go vernor. The first intimated that his Excel lency lmfl assented, on beh.ilf of her Majesty, 'to a number of bills passed during the hist session of Parliament. Second message in timated (hut the Act passed for the enforee tnent of claims ngniiist. the Crown had been reserved for the signification of her Majesty's ^pleasure thereon. And the third was the uovernor s nssent. on belmll of her Mnjesty, to the ' Crown Lands Alienation Bill, ' and the ' Crown Lauds Occupation Bill,' of the 'present session. The house went into committee on the Gold-fields. Bill and went through all the re maining clauses, with unimportant amend 'incnts. Mr. Butler moved the second reading of the Judges and other Officers Qualification Bill, stating, however, that he disapproved of !the portion of the bill which made attorne...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

Tub Temperance. Soiree, — We have received a letter from the secretary to the Temperance Alliance, drawing, attention to an error, that occurred in tho report of the proceedings at tho soiree in our issuc,-on.- Saturday last. By the report in ques ion, it was made to appear that Dr. Bowker presided, .instead of Dt. Brookes, andlhe letter.of. the secretary charges, us with having, made the alteration ou purpose. Wo iieuujiuraiy biuh: iimi* uieiw ia hkh, me ouguLcab iuuii dation for such. a supposition, for neither the pro prietors or editor of tho paper would ever tolerate any such conduct. They-lmve too much regard for themselves,, and are too well acquainted with their duty, to the public, to desire to d - otherwise tli.111 give a faithful and1 accurate report of. all proceedings without being swayed in, any. way by questions of a, private nature. Whatever- differences . the pso pnetors of this journal, therefore may,, have had; with Dr. Brookes, could lia\'e no effect in. in-, duc...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. SL.' NEW INSOLVENTS. , JH Oct. 24.— Thomas Rice, of Gcorgcstroet, lafo a. ? „ Pitt-street, Sydney, butcher. Inabilities, jfclW/- ??; o 5d. Assets, £527 13s. 5id. Deficit, £1167 17s. 4 : Oct. 25,— Hugh Hill, now of Sydney, lately of Bogan River, squatter. Liabilities— sdcured, £21 , unsecured, £2899: total, £5054. Total amounj *. assots— 3490 5s. 6d. : assets available for unseen |#|\ croditors, £1315 Os. Gd. Deficit, £1563 14». 61 '? fl Oct.2C— A rulo kim was. granted yesterday- t j. tho petition of Frederick Lassotter, oi ayuney, « . merchant, and mode retnrnablo on tho 1st NpveriD ,„. ,( requiring John Isaac Adams, of Sydney, irot ? « Mg ); zinc worker, to show cnuso why his estate slioua i ^ bo sequestrated for tho benefit of his creditors. J^ meetino of cnEDiTons. ? iL In tho eBloto of Morris Mngney, an n^joiro wSj, second meeting was held in Sydney, on Fr iday, ?' M debts wero proved. Insolvent signed the aep11*'? CTJ made by him on tho 23rd iristnut, nna thq.i...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

COMMERCIAL. The Edmund Wulfram arrived at Sydnsy on Sunday from San Francisco with 288 lialf-sauku, ir-4 quarter-sacks, and 1076 bags of flour, 4 tl bags of barley, aiid-I!)0(i bags of' wheat. The Intest report of the markets-is from the Wttkly Bui letin of the 2 Un August; Wednesday, August 21. Flour.— Wq quarterbacks superfine Umpqua, Baker's mills, 4;dollars 50 cents ;; 000 ditto Mission. Millt, 4 dollars 40 cents ; .400 ditto Alviso A! ills, &' dollars. Wheat.— 1860 sacks sold at I'doilnr 15 cents; 1633 ditto at 1 dollar 40 cents; 1000 ditto milling at 1- dollar 32}. cents to I dollar 35 cents. Barley.— 758 sacks for distillation sold at 8O'centS;.'K!Ol ditto choice at 85 cents ; .400 ditto for export sold private. Oats.— 500 sacks. Jold.at 1 dollar 7J to 1 dollar. 10 cents. Corn.— 122 sacks yellow sold at 1 dollar 3'J cents. Bnttcr.— 4'200 lbs. choice Oregon sold private ; 2!) barrets Oregon, from. second hands, sola a 21 cents; 7 barrels D. B. and Co., extra choice, so...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIAVLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

X B W'C ASTL (£ SH I PPING. ARRIVALS. Ret'SS'~12?va' br'B.2'lt, 0'Hajr.an. from Sydney. Oct. 2&— Ellen Lewis, barque, 330, Hellon, from Sydney. '«. 27.— Gem, schooner, 100, Duthie, from Melbourne. -. Oet« 2/.— Bright Planet, barque, IC5, M'Pherson, from utago, pf.Z. 9ct-2&— Favaw-iy,brJ£.'l97, Sco«. from Melbourne. Oct. 29.— fcreebridge, schooner, 91, Hughes, from Wei. JiiiRton, N.Z., 8lb instant. Captain, afrenr. Oct. 29.— Anne Armstrong, ship, 900, Olive, fromSydney. DEPARTURKS. Oct. 2fl.-Gil Bias, brig, LanRley, for Otago, N. Z. Cargo : 230 tons coal, 48 ash oars, and four tierces beef. Oct. 26.— Viceroy, schooner, Nicolson, for Port Adelaide, With 250 tons coal. .9ci* ?--?— Kellermont, schooner, Stevens, for Melbourne, : wiiu zau tons coal. » PROJECTED DEPARTURES. i ,trM,a.r8.a.Te'ia Roesener, ship, '00, Eggers, forOtago, N.Z. £ »V. II. Whyte, agent. F „ ^ngal, barque, 700, Itoelo, for Otago, N.Z. George [' Tully and Co., agents. I COASTERS INWARDS, f Oct. 20.- I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

mHE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE ' JL and Hunter River News. PUBLISHED EVERY t WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. TERMS. OF SUBSCRIPTION: 8. d -If paid in advance ? (Per Quarter).. G I If placed to account ? ( „ ).. 7 ( TERMS OF ADVERTISING J Four lines or under ? One Shilling. Eight lines or over four ? Two Shillings. Twelve lines or over eight ? Three Shillings Sixteen lines or over twelve ? Four Shillings. For every additional line, two-pence. A discount will be allowed on all advertisements, if in. serted according to the following scale, viz. : — Four insertions ? 10 per cent, Fightditto ? 20 „ Thirteen ditto (one quarter) ... 30 „ — ___ ^__ **' THE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE, AND General $rtnttns Office* 'M'ESSRS. M'DICKEN & BAKER, in ?'?*- returning thanks to the inhahitnnts of Newcastle and the neighbourhood for the ?very extensive support they have received .during a period of over three years in con mection with their journal and General Print ing business, would beg to inform the public, th...

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. List of causes for trial at tho Newcastle district court sittings, commencing on the 31st instant : — ? 1. It. Martin (W. H. Mullen, attorney) v Mickey. 2. Geo. Seaman (Mullen, attorney) v. Hargreavcs. 3. S. Steele v. Hickey. 4. Chnrles Bath v. Joseph Croft. 5. John O. Portus (Mullen, attorney) v. Doherty. G. John Morris (Briggs, attorney) v, Zisdka. 7. S. Thompson v. Hugh Wallace. 8. Thos.Tavlor (H. J. Brown, attorney) ». Murphy. 9. J. A.Osboruc (J, Chambers, attorney) v. Stock rlnln. 10. H.Treiovan (H.J. Brown, attorney) v. Smith. 11. Matthew Coghlan (J. Chambers, attorney) v. II. Styles, 12. David Cohen and others (Mullen, attorney) v. Brown. 13. William Claxton (Mullen, attorney) v. Hickey. 14. Richard Newman (H, J. Brown, attornov) v. Smithers. 16. Briggs (Mullen, attorney) u.O'Neal and Hackett. ? Tub Late Bank Defalcation.-— Mr, Harri son, of the .detective force, returned by the City of Sydney, on Thursday, witho.it having 'succeeded in apprehending ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

TELKGRAPHIC NEWS. GUNJMGAI. riiuriiday, 5 p. m. — A promising quartz reef has ben discovered on Mount Parnassus. Everyone busy marking out claims. — //., Oct. 25. MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. — A severe thunderstorm swept over this city, the lightning striking in four several places, between nine and twelve. At noon the wool sales were he'd, but buyers were very chary, and prices ruled low. — //., Oct. 25. Gold has been dis covered ht Colac, west of Geelong. The assembly has appointed a committee to inquire into the parlia mentary registration question. — E., Oct. 2G. Friday Evening.— Flour is rather firmer, wi h more inquiry. The execution of Saunder', for the Keilor outrage, is fixed for next week. The sentence of death passed on Johnson has been commuted to im prisonment for life. — E., Oct. 20. Tlie panic in the flour market is subsiding ; prices are a fraction firmer. The Oscar brings Otago news to the 17th. No further discoveries. — //., Oct. 26. ' Saturday, 7 p ni. — TIim Nort...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

QUEENSLAND. Wo havo Queensland papers down to tho 20th inst. Tho Guardian of tho 23rd, has a lender on the coal disooveries nt lledbank, and also alludes to tho subject elsowhore, as follows : — 'A discovery of very groat importance to the colony at tho present time has lately boen made at tho Rodounk colliery. Our roadors are awaro thnt owing to the strikes on tho Huntor River coal-Gelds, and tho difficulty of obtaining any other return cargo for vessels arriving at this port, a groat desideratum has beon a supply of that mineral of good quality and of quantity sufficient to meet the demand. Tho sovon-foot bod that hns lately been worked at Rodbank is not suitablo for all purposes, the coal buing mixed with many impurities, Ou Friday last a seam was reached six foot in thickness, and whioh lias boon described to us us being oqual, if not superior, to any yet discovered in Austra lia. It lies about 200 foot below tho surfaco, and tho sinking of tin? shaft, which \xxi occupied, with ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

VICTORIA. (From the Herald's Corresnondcnt ) Tuesday Mooing, October 22. — The Bal clutha sailed for Sydney yesterday, ani to-day we have tho City of Sydney. The owners of the first-named vessel promise a continued opposi tion at low rates, in return for the A. S. N. Company's successful competition for the South. Australian mail service At this end of the liuc it is felt that somo good will be done by a little stirring up. The old company, with every iiumg iu ids uwu uuuua, (las uoi ocen so consi dorate as it might havo be -n to its customers, and has not preserved that character for regu larity which it earned in past times. Boats and dates of sailing have been changed without due notice, until the time table of tho Company has become a mystery. If tho experiment of the Balolutha puts an end to the intermittent sys tem of communication, tho benefit will bo felt and acknowledged at this port. His Excellency and Lady Barkly returned to Melbourne yesterday, after a tour of tho princi...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

MA1TLAND. St. Mary's Young Mkn's Society. — The first anniversary of the society was celebrated by a tea party in St. Mary's schoolroom, West Maitland, on Wednesday last. The llev. It. Chapman presided. The meeting having been addressed by the reverend chairman, Mr. John Iiourke read the report, the adoption of which was carrie 1 on the motion of Mr. John Burns, M. L. A. Several other gentlemen ad dressed the meeting. The remainder of the evening was agreeably spent in giving recitations and dia Narrow Escape from a Death Adder. — A few days ngo. as Mr. M'Arthur, of Conjew.ii, was sitting in liis house, recently erected, one of these danger ous reptiles dropped from the roof on to his knee, but fortunately tumbled off on the ground, without inflicting any injury. It is almost unnecessary to say that the dangerous cmiture was immsdin.tc!y de spatched. — Ensign, Oct. 20'. Pateuson. — The Crops. — The wheat crops do not present that favorable appearance that -s desired. The heavy rains...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

SINGLETON. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. On the arrival this morning of the up-country mail from Muswell Brook, wo were startled by hearing that it had been robbed on its way down, by three armed men disguised ; also, that nine passengers on the mail at the time,, were robbed to- a largo amount. The particulars are as follows, as near as can be ascertained: — The mail, which leaves Muswell Brook about six in the evening, and arrives here about one or two in the morning, to be in time for the Singleton mail to Lochinvar, left, on the above occasion, at its appointed time, with nioc passengers, and had proceeded to within a mile and a half of the Chain of Ponds — nearly half way — when suddenly the horses swerved off the road. On the driver, Thomas Luraley, leaning forward to ascertain in the darkness what obstruction was in the way, he perceived logs thrown across the road, to intercept his progress. At the same time, fire-arms were presented at him by a man at his side in the road, who orde...

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

THE NEW SOUTH WALES EXHIBITION. The following information respecting coal specimens, which will be of interest to many of our renders, is taken from tho Herald of Saturday lust, the 20th. instant : — SPECIMENS OF COAL. A very important addition to the Exhibition was made yesterday by the arrival of a collec tion nf mineral ennrtimnns tiftlnmriniT to Mr. W. Kcene, Examiner of Coal Mines. These speci mens,' which are the result of many years' labour, illustrate very completely the geological strata of this colony, and. are especially valuable ns showing the eleven distinct scams of coal, and the characteristics oE the beds which over and under lie them. The collection cannot fail to. be of interest to colonial visitors, and will no doubt attract attention in the International Ex hibition on account, both of its scicntiGe value and of the great commercial importance that attaches to our production of coal — the excellent quality and the inexhaustible quantity of which these samples wil...

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SYDNEY. COMMERCIAL FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

SYDNEY. * COMMERCIAL FRAUDS. Iu its commercial article on Friday, the Herald says : — ' Numerous complaints have from time to time been made of the loss incurred by importers in Sydney upon receiving cases of goods that had, after leaving the London ware house?, been opened, and their valuable contents abstracted. These vexatious embezzlements have been more frequent of late, and so serious and wide-spread wuro the losses that two months since a meeting of importers of soft goods was held, at which it was resolved to draw up a statement of the grievance, and to send it, with a view to enquiries being instituted, to tho shipowners, the dock proprietors, and also the detectivo police in London. Accordingly] a memorandum was pre pared and signed, and sent to Mr. Christopher Newton in^London, with tho request that he would take any stops that might bo necessary that would lead to the conviction of tho thicvos, or at all ovoats to tho discontinuance of tho robberies, the subscribing firm...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

'' NEWCASTLE POLICE. [\. I FRIDAY. * Before the Police Magistrate, and Mr. BoswelJ, J,P.) ,. ( Unsound Min'u —John Linton, charged with being i of unsound mind, was ordered to find sureties to be 'i of good belinvio ir for one montli, himself in £ 10 and |f hmujffrjers of £5 each, or in default to be imprisoned ,( ^or.^tnonth. ?, (i-H^oiECTiNG to Pay her Fare. — Mary Iiride 1 :|tirk,'(t notorious character, was sent to gaol fora ?j month, for not paying her fare to Newcastle from 1 I-WeJtMaitlaml, on the 24th instant. 1 1 Jj&Ahault. — A charge against Ellen Youngman for t'| intuiting her liusban'l, was withdrawn. A further ? ?' ejwje- against her of assaulting her infant on the ? ;24lb instant, was postponed until the following day. ' \ Lakcgny. ? A boy named William Friend was ' charged with stealing a spur belonging to Mr.W. II. ] Whyte. The lad was finally set at liberty. t. Damaging Property. — William Brien was fined ! li., with 2.4. Gd. court costs, mil 2 1 a. professi...

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FIRE IN BOLTON-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

. FfRF, IN BOLTON-STREET. , « firo took placo in Bolton-street, in the bouse W/Mr. Priest, the baker, on Sunday night. Hie are was first discovered by a lad at the bake JBuse at the back, who saw the light of the Mmes in the window of an attio upstairs, in Jfhich three of the children were steeping. The U&rm was at once given, and the children were Id the ground, but there was considerable diffi culty in getting water for some short time, and Its cervices were accordingly at first not so effec tual as they otherwise would have been. Great IssiBtance, however, was rendered by several Parties, who obtained buckets of water, which in pe first instance, however, was chiefly soap jjads, but subsequently a good supply was pro I ared from the well at the back of this office, 1 nd the water was then poured on the roof. fly great exertion, the fire was confined to the ipper portion of the premises, and after burning \ bout a quarter of an hour, was completely got bder. Upon the alarm...

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STROUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

Mr.. . stroud. rnillfA;^ inU'°mo 8-'Vor toapot and ealver was proiontod j^pp the 22nd inntant, to Mr. Charles H. Groon, aa lijfflfflS'i tJe'n.crnl superintendent of tho A.A Company, jj^» dumber of tho residents in Gloucester, as a ^lmw« £ '1eir T€fiar(l- ou Mr' Green's rotiroment if-]

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PORT MACQUARIE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 October 1861

! 1 PORT MAOQUARIE trt, J06 Empire correspondent, writing on tho 21st » '?*?? W8 :— ' Tho repairs of tho line of road between f!* 1» to vnship and Cumdonhayen (tho Manning) will J ?u51 mcnoed in about a fortnight from this date. „ 1147 1 as beon granted for this purpose, being at the it ?; )J*0' £? Per mile for a fifth-olass road. Tiio gum, HjJHUnl.is scarcely sufficient for tho sorvicc, as tho m *a inn a bad state.'

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