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ESTATE OF JOSEPH MUGGINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

ESTATE OF JOSEPH MUGGINS. ' In this estate I regret to say there will be no dividend for the general body of the credi tors, every available asset having been Bwallowed up by mortgagees, bills of sale, and other prefer ential claims. Tho patent right of the ' cold water cure,' from which much was expected had produced nothing, it having been mortgaged to an extensive firm for more than its valuo. The steam engine and apparatus belonged to a second gentleman who held a bill of sale over the pro perty, while the land on whioh tbe works were erected was a disputed property, tbe ownorsbip of- whioh would havo to be decided when the claimant, who was now two years and a-half old came to his majority ; therefore there was no way of dealing with the property but by letting the oreditors fight it out among themselves if they felt inclined. Thero were no funds in tho estate, and he did not intend to spond his own money for thoir benefit, therefore the second like the first item was worth not...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and the Mayor). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. \ SATURDAY. (Ik-furc the Police .Magistrate anil the Mayor). Dkunkknnuss. — Jai.cs JUaltoti, labourer, was fined 5s. Larceny. — A chnrga of stealing two hens pre ferred by Mary Birkell against Mary Anne Eaeotr, was dismissed, MONDAY. Drunkenness. ? Three parties wero find -for drunkenness, viz., Edward Thornton, 20s., William Evans 10s., nnd John Williams 10s. MaliciousTiih' ats. — J ames J onec^charged with using malicious threats to Mr. John Usher, ,was dis charge^' as there was no appearance of complainant. Roobkry. — George Welch, charged hi constable Lane, of Mvxham, with being concerned in a stick in.j-up case 011 the previous Saturday, was discharged, ns it appeared that he was nut in any way concerned in the aifair. TO US DAV. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Captain Corlette.) Drunkenness. — I cut Johnson, a scnimn uf the Nagasaki, was fined 40s. for being drunk and dis orderly in Watt-street, on the previous day. Peter Johustoue. a sailor, belonging to ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

I NKW ZEALAND. ' I I-v II. M.S. CnrtU'liii, wo hnvo Aucklmd papers to j tho lu'th nUimo, baiiio' eight d.iys later .h.in previous I nd vices. \ I It is stated that Sir Gooi-go Grey bad aunt a psr i (Hiptory order to tiic'Wiiikalog, cimi innding tliem ? 1 1 h ml down tlioir kin ;'.s 11 ig. Wliat tha result of i j thij stop had btvn was not known at tho time of the j Cordelia's di.-parlniv. I Uiiliop Sjhvyn hid left for Wai!;p.to, hut tho o!'jact ; of his mission lutil not transpired, nliliDii^h ruinour coupliM it with the movement of Iiis KxcJUenoy the I Gjvcrnor again t the Maori king.

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INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

INSOLVENCY. The following amusing letter, giving a pretty accurate idea of the working of the present insolvent law in Victoria and Now South Wales— for the systems are identical— ap peared in the Geelong C/troniele of the 26th ultimo : — , , ,k. For a reckless defiance of the rules of arith metic commend me to the records of the Geelong Insolvent Court, there, to quote a schoolboy rhyme — Division ii as bad ; The Rules of Court puizle me, And the Dividend makes me mail. There is such an absolute disregard of the prin ciples laid down by the late celebrated Mr. Cocker— auch au intense- deBire on the part of the insolvent to myslify and puzzle the official assignee, the commissioner, tho accountant, the creditors, and every one who has an interest in the estate,— suoh a glaring and wilful attempt to misrepresent and deceive evinced by most insolvents, that it is high time some steps were taken to alter and reform the system. I will give an instance of an estate (save the mark) that c...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. Lire not to be considered us identifying ourselves with iliiions expressed by correspondents, for even whilst kits may be diametrically opposed to (heirs, ire are iwilling to give insertion to any communication, ex Jin terms of intelligence and m'odcraliun. — KuiToa title Chronicle. t To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. -In a late issue of your pnper, reference was made 'fire in liolton. street, with the usual complaint— waiit tec. Now in that instance it was not well founded, as ?liar in which the engine was stationed, generally con. mougU to last the enpine two hours. Notiviihstand tlie warnings from the frequent occurrence of fires, he knowledge of our city heing badly supplied with I am surprised that no effort is made to alter the of tilings. We are told there is plenty of water in the -I grant it, but what about the approaches, especially Jt, with no light save perhaps (he glimmer of the (ire [stance, wid you have to wend your way among ropes, waggons, fe...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

SlrDNE\T. 1 un Piiixcd of Walks 'L'unATiir. — \ few inonllis ago .» prumiun was oilbrod by Mr. Fitzgerald, for tne best deijfii of a new theatre in the |ilace of th:it burnt down last year. There were only three or four1 competitors, mid the design which lias been accepted is that of Mr. Hilly. Arrangeincn s are boiujj m.ule for t!ie immodinto com iieiicenirnt of the theatre, which is to be of a very superior character, both as rrnimU sizu nndnecommod.itioti. — Herald, Nov. 2 Coach Accident. — A rumour, wliicli we are sorry i tn say ii to some extent borne on, was cunvnt y«st r- I day evening, to the CiTect tli.it the Pcnrit'i oacli met j wiih an aocidii'.it in guin^ into IVirrum itt;\ a:\ tha ! pri'cedinf; evening, and tint one of tlu p i.sdPii^ rs | (Mr. Gillurt, tlia wel:-l:iiM\vn crickclor) w.is scriumly j injured in consequence. Tha report if, lli.it while i racing with an opposition coach, one of the front I wlu'clicnni! oil', and that Mr. (Jilhsrf, who was seated on llio box,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

Remedy fob Cbacked Hoops.-— Tho follow ing is rcccommended in an American Agricul tural periodical, as a remedy for oracked hoofs in horsc9 :-- -Take a piece of copper 4 inohes long, and 2 inches wide, and drill eight holes, four in each end, so as not to interfere with tho crack, and screw it fast to the hoof, crossways of the craok ; then take a hot iron with a sharp edge and burn tho crack at the edge of the hair, till ii goes through to tho quiok. After this let the horse run on pasture, and it will begin to heal up in a few weeks. This remedy I have tried, and it did the work complete, and I worked the horse all the timo. Caro should be taken to closo the crack tight beforo tho plate is fastened Plboro-Pneumonia.— -Mr. A. Bruce, of Ten Mile Creek, Billybong, the Government inspec tor, furnishes the following as the symptoms of that disease whioh has been committing such ravages among the herds both in Victoria and New South Wales. 1. A disinclination to feed while tho rest of t...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

M A 11 K JO T S. rDNCY.—Tlie Herald of Saturday says :— iur.— The inurkct is u littlu inotv active, but there inclination to purchase, except in small q'.inuli j: Fmo flour is quoted at from C12 to £1!), per nd small sales of Adelaide; flour have been made g the week nt.Cl2 10s. to .t'll per ton. In wheat has been more activity. The entire shipment tat, ex Kdmond Wulfruin, Ina been quitted at 1. per bushel cash ; and yesterday, parcels of raia wheat were placed at Is. lO^d. per bu»hj*& ?present quotation is 1 1. (J.I. to 5j7 Flour aM~ it Market. — Flour : Tlu millers' quotations wo e£ll, and for bjat secoid.i .£12 tter ton of lbs. Dran, Is. -Id. to Id. C.I. per bushel. Wheat, #ts. Gil. per bushel. Tlis arrivals yesterday been the lYmci Albert, from Adelaide, with. It) ♦d ltfOO bags of Hour, and 740 bags of wheat ; 'tin Willing Luis, from Adelaide, with Mga of Hour. — //., November '1. Produce ct — Hay Market— Hay, ,£,'- to £S 10s. per ?straw, £11 (o £l ditto j h irk, £1 103....

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SMITING. A1MMVA5.S. Xov. 2.— Dvuid, haiqup, 2S5, Mintt, firm Sydney, in bal!?M. lJiiiRlii ami Co., ii).ii..i. Nuv. 2.-Cri-(.l.-. vhnM.cr. 13). Carr. from Syilrry. i Curs'i: H,(.f;.'l lV,-t tiiribc.-, .mil 3 casks oil. G.U. Uililis i an.l-O..i.K-iit5. , ; Nov. .').-- Dnira! ii. ? —li inniT. Oi, Mearns, from Mi-1- ? liouri f, in l-Hii.-.»r. Captain, miciii. Nov. ;j.~ At'i I. s-'i i;i;iit, 21-5, li.uwn, frjin Mii'bjnriii*, , in ballast. \V. !I. Ulivt... i.-ctu. ? ! Nov. .').—!,. «.„;.:.,», Inr-pp. i.'--J, A]lar.!j-cv, frjni Sydney, ill lnii;i.-t. l'iii:-loan.| (.',?.. r.y''«. Nn». !. ~Sfj M v, !-;,'. 1 ''i. Wwjlton, ft mil Mi!l-aiirn?( ill !ial!...-t. ljiii^id jii'l (.'--., ngi*^. ; DKPAUTUiiES. i N'-iv. 2.— Venture, brig, To»h. for Unhurt Town. C:irc;f- : ] M loin coal. ,01 Iiijm cc:l.ir, 200 b:ixja snap, 10 J lux..'.* j raiit!!i-i, and 10 lugs bion. Captain, a^eut. Nu'/. 2 — Highland Lassie, brig, Lainont, for Adelaide, I with 2l(i tons cn:il. J. Mcnr.:i-«. agent, i Xnv.'2....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

~ STEAM TO SYDNEY. «f it ^UE Australasian Steam Navi ' wftmlh. 5ation Company'* Steamer* will leave * 1|1111S&-Morpeth (calling at Newcastle), « etyjjplmy until further notice, as follows :— y WEDNESDAYS WfcAW c m AdamL ^SATURDAYS J «t 7 o'clock a.m. / )| TUE S D A Y S \ CoLtARor- Capt8in MuihaU- 4 FRIDAYS. / at 7 o'clock a.m. / H GEORGE B* DIBBS & CO.,\- L- \ Agents, Scott-street. !l§ N«iroastle, September 14, 1861. m the new gold fields-ota&o. . rg- The first-class clipper Ship ' MAR ^flgK GAREfHA ROESENER.' 700 tons, Jt|M^y' Charles' Eggers, commanded having SfWrngB arrived from Otago, will sail early in November from Newcastle. This fine vessel has pfty and spacious 'tween decks, thoroughly venti itcd, bIio a full poop, and offers an opportunity for laitengers seldom to be met with in this port. Freight tndpaiiage, moderate. Provisions Al. EarlysaD plicition necessary to the undersigned, as only' jh imited number of berths will be guaranteed. / J William ...

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The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

©h^ .fl'eiucmitte (jj.hroitifle. WEDNESDAY, S'OrEMlUu't C-, 1SG1. Tin: moumful tidings of the death of Bimike will scarcely be received with surprise. From the day when thu double news arrived of the return of Stu.vht and of the two white 'men being seen 0:1 the rafc, the opinion of the public, whiUt inclining to the belief that tlie latter formed a remnant of the party of the Victorian explorer, fc.lt but little confidence in tlie probability of their rescue. In thu meantime, intelligence from Mr. JVr'K inlay's parly, which had gone in quest of the men, had been anxiously looked for, but now, in stead of hearing of the expedition from the quarter from which it was anticipated the first news would reach us, tidings arrive from a different direction, telling a tale both of triumph and disaster. The glory of crossing the continent, which with too much haste had been awarded Stuaist, has been gained by I) (juke, but when he had almost attained, the goal on his return, he has perished, ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 November 1861

' TEIiiJGRAFIJLG NEWS. ? I.AMUING 1-I.AT. Friday evening.— IJonald Cameron, one of tlio ring, leaders in the late riots in this place lias I. mi n pjirt-liciiiicd liy inspector .Sauderson, at Spring L'nik, ahmu three n'clock this nfiernoon. lie was milling when taken. This is (itic of the men that Gorernnunt nfllrcd a reward of £100 for his iippsxhriwinn. Tlie in-xt cscirl will be g:i.id, ulthough a great many miners arc leaving for the l^chlan. A man has been found dead in the main creik ; it is than glit from the ett'ecta ol dtink.— //., Nov. 1. Mlil.liOl'K.Nli, Thursday Evening. — In the Assembly, the million in favour of tl.e establishment of a Mint has been canitd. The elections committee has do-jlnn-d .Mr. ChapiiMu, of Ciistlemnine, not duly elected. This strvni;tiii-iis the oppii. Kitioii. A verdict «n:iin.st the same .\ir. Cliapiiiau has been given in the Supreme Court to-day, for £.'200. Sauiiluis, for the Kcilur outriij;c, has b-.-.n e.\eeuteil. lie maJe no confi'ssiBii. —...

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ACCIDENT AT THE MOUNT KEIRA COALMINES.— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

Accident at the Mount Keiiia Coalmines. — A slight accident occurred Inst week nt tho mines, which williput a stop to operations for ten days or n fortnight. -It seems that n loaded truck was descend ing the inolinc wlien, owing to the vibrating of the Posts in which 'tho axle is fixed, the drum fell down, by wmcti tuo strap got loose ana me two trucKs de scended with tremendous force to the boitonrof tho incline. They were, as might bo expected, both amnshed to pieces — Ilfawan a Mercury, Nov. 6, Esi'out of Coal from Wollosoono.— Tho ex port of conl for the -pnst monih shows nn increase over that of the' previous one of 650 tons, tho quan tity being by sailing vessels 1680 Ions, mid 878 (oni- by stcamorn, milking a total of 2558 tons, — JKawurra Mm/try, Nov.-fl, ..'

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BURKE'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

?BURKE'S EXPEDITION. Lue /umpire of tho oth instant draws attention to tho fact of Burko having reached the depot at Cooper's Creek on his return, on tho 21st April, the same day that Mr. Urabes party left it. It also remarks that Wright in his dispatch says ho visited the spot at the bediming of May, and found the provisions undisturbed. This would appear to be a. direct contradiction, which the Empire explains as follows : — The only present hypothesis, recnncileable with all the reports, is 'that ISui*ke pushed oil immediately from the depot, without discovering the provisions, or leaving the' least trace of his arrival, and that when Wright visited tlie place about a fortnight afterwards, the sufferers were actu ally-struggling towards Menindie, in tho direction from wliicirthey ?had-come, and may have been within a few miles of- them. We must wait ?or farther intelligence before attempting to' unravel these mysteries. By referring, however, to tho very full parti oulars given i...

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THE NEW PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.—The [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

Tub nu\v Piuncc or Walks Tn rathe. — Th0 Iierald of Wednesday contains a v.M'y elaborate dt?' Hcription of the new theatre which it in proposed tn build on the site of the old onn, burnt down in Oc tober, lSiJO. It h expected thn t the thuatru will nlFord ncconiniodation fur about 2,'-()0. The vstituated cost is £l'i,00 1. UUMOtntKl.) I'ARMAMEN'TAItY UIIANOES — It, is said that iMr. Wuntworth, tho prosutil J'rosi dent of tho Ijogislntivo Council, is nliimt to re turn to Englaml with his family, and speculation is busy oonjeoturing his sucuus.snrj sumo being of opinion tlint Mr. iMurrny, tlio Sporkur of tha Assembly, is likuly to tnko his pluco, and that ho iu his turn will bo .stuuiocdcd by llm prcauul Minister of Works, Mr- Arnold. — Gmilbum U/ii'ouialc, Nov. 2. I Yass,-— Throo mon, namod M'Novin, Murplty, and Klaniigun, flticfiondud in escaping from Ytiss luiik-up on Friday night last, by taking up a flooring-board. I IIoi.i.owav'.i Pills.— Luxiirioim livinp,— Dissiimtcd j liabiti...

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VOLUNTEER CONCERT.— The programme of the [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

Vot.UNTKUll Concimit.— Tlienroiniiimo oftlie volun ? leer concert, tn taku place in the court-house on Monday evening, will be found in nnolher column. In addition to the band, several genthmen will Ink'.* part in the perform- ! nni'e, and favour the company with several snugs. Tickets, j price 'Js.bM,. may I13 nbtanud nt nil the principal stores . ihrnusmitit the town. It is expected that there will be n ' very full attendance. Aim'mcatidn pon a Railway Station1 p o h j MlN.Mi.— A d;iptitation, cnusisting of Mr. Sadleir, M.P. ; | Mr. Lewis, M.l'. ; nnd Mr. Hoskins, M.P., waited on his i Kxeellency the Cinvernnr.ui-Chief yasterday, with n peti. I tion IVom 4'2I) inhabitants of Miuiiii, prayiii)- for the estab lishment of a railway station at the junction of the Miiiuii railway with tlio great northern linj. As inducements to the Government to ncceilit to the proposal, the petitioner!! stated their belief that the Miami branch would furnish tvafflc of £1000 per annum to the trnllic o...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. '.ihrHjirti ;Htn Ih; S. M. Hc-nUi.) TwnsDAV, Novi.MHr.n ?-. i-i:c;'s;,ATrVj-; 'assembly, i 3'nr. Lf-s'-.taiive A'-wvnWy met at half-part three r-.rn. In ansafr to Mr. llnirnyd, Mr. Cowpi-r t*\A tiic (in- j vr-riitnoiitliad nninirntiMi tuintniiiuufiniy nsneniUr.pni of ] she District Courts Act i!::s fcs^ion, !inle-* it chnul-! p«iv« I «-iicb longer than was .l.-iti.-ip.at'i!. ' A!r. Cmvj/t.' laid iirmn the isbli! a return rrlatiwr t« Kmi- i gration JJerp-isits. ! ?Mr. Cowpcr staicil. in answer lo T)r. l.r.ns. that it w:is not intendivJ to iiitcrft-rv uitli the free iih- of tlie rna-l be Iwecii the twu gardens in tlieGaverninciil Domain. In aniwer to Mr. J'orster, Mr. Arnold stated that Mr Qnodluuc, Jnte inspector of roads in tlie Northern districts, 'had applied for an increase of salary, which having been ?refused, his next letter had been the one conveying his re. Mjjnntioii, that Mr.Qu.idling had in the same letter expressed himself to the effect tha...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

SYDJJBY. Ratlwav Acciosvt. — Mmday ^[or ing. — Thi» morning, ns the 3.30 trsin Kf l the' station, u number of horses were on the rui.'rniul line, which gnlloped along until they cam« lo the first culvert, where they stopped en masse, and before the engine could be stopped it came into contact with ilium, killing fivo of the nnmtier. 1 he hoi-sus belonged lo Messrs. Morris, Clark-:, M.ibbitt, mnl others. Some damage wixi dune, I belirvc, to the carriages; but I will for ward piirliculiirs through the day ? Monday after- . noon, — With reference' to tho accident by the 3.30 a.m. train, I visitvd thut p.irt nf the lino which was the sccnu uf ths disaster, and found thit ft e fine horses had been literally cut to pieces by the train. - The horse* are supposed lo have galloped along the line to the gatei, at a crossing below Moorficlds, Mr. It. Warby's r. sidence, and about half-way from the go ids' shed to the Liverpool Itond crossing; there, in ali probability, gut in a he-i|i, when th...

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NEWCASTLE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

NEWCASTLE S0H0OL OF ARTS. A special pc'tiri.-.l ineclin); of the inenilicrs was lield on Wu'ii'silay -'vi'Mii;r, in the onuit-licmse. .Mr. Iliilton occu pied llie clmir. The metting liail Iicimi convened by adver tisement and cireulnr, «::d it was I'nr the purpose of detcriniuiiit! ti» to what temporary premiM'! should he nrciiiiivl, turminjr rules, nnd in the event of their hein.f jius'.uii, fit't'iiii^ uuiuer:.. a nere were uuiweeu seve'ii^ .win ui):!ity pursuits piesent. 'llie minutes uf i liu previous meeting h.iving liscn read nnd continued, llie honorary feerel.iry read the iniiiules taken at a meeting of the priTiniinary committee, which had hucii hild on the previous evening, nt wliich a. pro. gramme for I he business on the present occasion had been prepare;!. The ch-iirmaii expressed his opinion, that the committee h;ul truvelled out of their duty by the forrjinini:. One or two oil ers concurred in the reniuik, ami the matter tb'.'ii dropped. rnr.Misr.s. Mil. Dr.wr.vsusges...

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MAITLAND. QUARTER SESSIONS. (Before His Honor Judge Parefoy.) MONDAT, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 November 1861

MAITLAXI). dUAllTKlt SKSSIONR. (Hi'foro His Honor Judge Purefny.) Monday, Novbmukk -1. S'l'AiiniM). — Mnry Tickle was sniitfnnijd In t»rn rhimtlis imprisonuu'Ut fur ;«t tempting to stab her IiukIi:iii'1 an-! son. on the 7th October. Tin1 woman w:is of very intonipfrati! I habits, and hud been drinking u'hun slu cniwiiltuj tho ! offrnci'. SrK.ii.iNd Moxr.Y.— .lohn Sinnelr, indicted for larceny at Ncwenslle, on the 'J7th .lime, was arriigncd. The cro.in prosecutor staled that the matvriiil witnesses for the prose cution were not forthcoming. His Honor, Inking into cons sidcration that this was the second time the prisoner had been brought before' the court lor the ofli'iioe with which ho stood charged, and the witnesses not appearing, discharged him on his own recognizances in £81). Tuesday, Novrmheii 5. lloitsr. Srr..\r.i.'fi.— Angus M'Donald was found guiilv of stealing a hnrse belonging to a farmer, named Johnson, of Lyiidhur.st Vale. He was .sentenced to two years im prisonment, w...

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