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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. fiOHI.IUJHN'. Friday, 8 p.m. — The large woulshed belonging to the bend station of Mr. -William Bradley, called VV'olringden, Dear Cooma, was burned to the ground between seven and eight o'clock last Wednesday, together with six bales of wool, and about GOO (beep. It is supposed to be the act of an incendiary, and a man is in custody. An inquest is to beheld on Monday. A reward of £500 has been offered. The property is insured in one of the Sydney offices. — //. MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening.— In the assembly, the budget debate is proceeding, and Mr. Macks y and three doubtful voles having declared against the ministry, their defeat is cer tain. Mr. O'Shanassy is prepared to form a government. ~E. 7 p.m.— The parts of Isurkc's and Wills' diary pub. lished display wonderful endurance and self.'reliancc to the last. In the assembly the debate on thu budget is still on, with a prospect of further adjournment. No doubt is enleilained of a ministerial defeat The escorts h...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

SYDNEY. The Australian Library. — By nn adertiie ment in the Herald, it appears that a special pneral meeting of the proprietors and shareholdersof the above institution will be held in the library oi Wed nesday, the 27th instant, at 4 o'clock p.m., ) take into consideration the present state of the '.brafy, and the expediency of selling the premises. Gold Discovery Rewards. — The followir} gen-J tlemen have been appointed as Boards fi.r rejortingl on claims to rewards for the discovery of net gold! fields, in accordance with the regulations poniull gated in the Government Gaxetle of the 4th iKimo,|' viz. :— Western District: Harold Maclean, Esq(« Gold Commissioner, Chairman ; Joseph Wilton!^ Ksq., J.P. ; and John Nipeun M'Intos'n Esq J Southern District : Peter Laurence Cloete, Eiq^ Gold Commissioner, Chairman j William Hilto Ho' l veil, Esq. j and John Sedley.Futter, Esq. ioutfc » western District : James Harrop Grftin, Liq.,Golu Commissioner, Chairman ; William Bunn, Esq.; an Wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. Diseases of the Skin. UNIVERSAL APPROBATION has been awarded to this famous ointment for its efficiency in remoriof diseases of the skin. For scrofula, scurvy, scald heads, ana all eruptions ofthe skin, both in infancy and maturer years, no remedy can be applied which so quickly cures at Ho), loway's ointment. In the nursery it should always be kt hand to ease the many skin affections to which the majority of children are liable. In all heat and tooth rubes, tht ointment is wonderfully cooling and curative. To soldiers, sailors, miners, and travellers to foreign lands, it is in. valuable, Sores, Wounds, Bad Breasts, Bad Legs. In this class of maladies, an improvement in the appear ance of the disease of the patient, follows the first dressinj with the ointment. It must not only bo smeared on th* wound, or sore, but be briskly rubbed for some incbo round about the diseased swollen or painful parts. It wil penetrate to the blood vessels, nerves, and muscles, tnl e...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

k ? .'? MAITLAND. r_ St. Mart's, West Maitland. — We understand that a contract has been taken for the erection of & further portion of the new church of St.j Mary's, Weit ' Maitland — the successful tenderer being Mr. Black whose first contract, carrying the walls of the church to the height at which they now stand, was so satis. fttctorily executed.. The new contract will raiu the northern wall to its full height, and will also, «e believe, include portions of the eastern andwesiem ends and the tower.'- From the detailed elevktionef the northern wall, it appears that the windows will be elegant in character. They will all be two-light windows, but the tracery in each will vary from that of the others in design. The amount of the contract is £1030.— Mercury, Nov. 9. The Wbe*t Crop.— There,fcan be no dotbtthttt the ensuing wheat harvest will be later in nearly every '? portion of this district than it has been tot several years past.. The cause is principally to be ntribuled...

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FARMERS' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

-FARMERS' COLUMN. Cultivation of Barley.— A Gentleman who lias just returned from Victoria suggests that there is a profit, ablo field efiridustry open to Tasmanians, if disposed to oc. eupy k. He »ayi that while we continue tbe present slov enly and unscientific style of husbandry wheat can be grown in Victoria, South Australia, and California, at a less cost than in this island. But in neither of these places can'barlev worth muoh be raised, lit is therefore suesest. cd that more attention should be bestowed on the cultivation of barley and -Clio formation of malting establishments. BrewerieE'are-swttered all over Victoria, and as malting there is not practicabto' the article now almost exclusively used in English malt. The demand is vory great, and it is thought Tasmania!! might entirely supersede English. Land that will not grow wheat will grow barley, and suit able land will yield twice the numberof butholsof bsdey it would of whoat. Hence the economy of the cultivation* A smal...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

The second reading of the Morpeth and Maitland Railway Bill was passed in the Assembly on Friday night, without a division, and we may therefore conclude that the pro posal of the. Government, as shadowed forth in the item of .£20,000 placed upon the es timates for the construction of the Great Northernllaihvay to the terminus at Morpeth, and as explained by Mr. Cowper, in the course or u icw remarks that lie addressed to the House at the close of the debate, is not destined to meet with any better success this session than it did when it was last brought forward, under the sheltering scgis of Mr. Arnold. Indeed, after the very significant defeat that the ministerial motion sustained last session, one cannot help expressing some surprise at its being again introduced, espe cially when the Assembly had already given its assent to a scheme for the making of the railway by a private company. 'We have already stated our opinion, that if the people of Newcastle, in the furtherance of the...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

VIOTOEIA. (From Hie Herald's Correspondent.) \ On Saturday last (Nov 2od,) there w«9 a 1 Booting of tho atookowners residing near Wan I {aratta, to consider what moans should be adopt j td for tho oradicution of pluero-pneumonia from |! Ihoir distriot. As the settlers in theso districts 1. ire now thoroughly alive to their danger, the 1 Attendance was largo and resolutions to the fol lowing purport were adopted : — Tho first deolaros it to be the imperative duty of the Government, ipd for tho future welfare of the country that opasurea should bo takon for tho suppression of this disease. The second oxDressos tho ODinion of the meeting, that wherever the disease mani fiat itsolf, tho run or locality should be at onco proolaimod unolean, and that no cattle shall bo ulowod to leave the district proclaimed to bo infooted ; and tbo third proposes that oompon ution shall be granted for all eattlo over twelve months old, and ton shillings a-head for all v^Aa r that age; the fund for renume...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

Finn DAT, NoVEMVEIl'ti. legislative: assembly. Tub Legislative Assembly met at twenty minutes past tlkfeep.tn. Mr. Cowper laid upon the table two volume* containing a re.publlcation of portion of the statute law of the colony, intimating at the same time that the whole would be com pleted in the course of threo months. In answer to Mr. Lewis. Mr. Cowptr nUted that a Bill for the Regulation of Coal Field* aud Coal Miucs would be brought in at the .earliest possible moment. la answer to Mr. Dangur, Me Arnold said that tbe Superintendent of Roada for the Berrioia district was not «mpomred to lot contracts *p irt from his superior ofiioer — ana jtbat Mr. Moggrid^o'a salary was £OW juycar— and that Ml. Moore's contract for No. 3 Hanging ltock in the Berrttna. district, hod not been conceited, but that Mr. Moore being unable to-oouipJeto it, tbe work has been given to another person. A petition, introduced by Mr. Lucas, from Robert Stewart, of Borrangong-, complaining of having been wound...

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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

PARRA.MATTA. Oti Wednesday laBt, a deputation from W congregation of St. Andrew's, Soots - Ohwdbi Parramatta, waited upon their late minister, w Rev. Jamea Coutts, at the residence of W brother, Mr. Thomas Ooutts, of Balmain, ui presentod him with a very elegant silver teapot/ salver, and inkstand, as a token of esteem frtj11 his late congregation, and other friends |M united with them in this expression of adtoii* tion of his Christian oharaoter, and of gratitw for his long and faithful sorvices as a ministai the Gospol. The following addross, aooompttj ing tbo testimonial, was thon read by Mr. Oil holm, in place of Mf. Moon, sonior older oflt ohuroh, who was unavoidably absont : — Rev. Sir— We, tho undersigned members of tho Chm of Scotland, and other frlondi, desire, on yourremov«im the pastorate of St. Andrew's. Soots' Church, rarr«mw to tho important field of usefulness in which you now law to ombracb thia opportunity of expretiing our «ln0'J' heartfelt regret at parting with o...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The assembly met at twenty. eight minutes past three p.m. Mr.Faucett presented a petition from the KomaiiCatholic Archbithep of Sydney tgsinst the divorce bill. The Speiker reported ninsnges from the legislative council, transmitting, with amendment!, the gold Melds' management and judicial offices bills, the consideration of which was fixed, respectively, for Wednesday next and for *- riua^ wee*. Petitions were presented by Mr. Ifannell, from Frances Sophia M'Graii), complaining of injury threatened to her by the Mnitland and Morpetli railway bill) and by Mr. llolroyd, from the Osborne YVallseud Company, prepara* lory to tbe introduction of an incorporating bill. By way of answer to Mr. llolroyd, Mr. Cowper laid upon the table a letter of instructions from the Surveyor General to the district and licensed surveyors, and a draft of the' government regulations having reference to the Crown Lands Alienation mid Occupation Acts. The do cuments trere ordered to be ...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. Nov.7.— Humphrey M'Keown, of Sussex-street, Sydney, out of business. Liabilities— secured, £1GOO; unsecured, £?375 in*. ; total. £2173 10s. Assets— available for unse cured creditors, £0; toul assets, £1205. Deficit, £970 10s. Nov.7.— Francis Corr, of Campbelltown, painter. Lia bilities-secured, £337 2s.; unsecured, £14 Is. lOd.j total, £351 3s. lOd. Assets -available for unsecured creditors, £7; secured, £320; total, £027. Deficit, £24 3s. lOd. Nov. 7. — Benjamin Byrnes, of Prospect, wheelwright. Liabilities. £87 4s. 3d. ; assets, £30. Deficit, £57 4.i. 3d. Nov. 7. — David Simpson Kirkwood, of Bcga. Liabili. tics, £1855 13s. 2d. Assets, value of real property, £o0 ; of personal property, £1381 ; outstanding debts. £358 Is. lOd./ total, 1789 Is. lOd. Deficit, £76 11s. 4d. Nov.'?).— Hermann Kolligs, of Wattle.street, Chippen dale, Sydney, broker. Liabilities, £139 10s. Assots, £C. Deficit, £133 10s. Nov. 0.— George Frederick Baiter, of Botany.road, Sy...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. .MtP.IVAI.S. Nov. !).— Drover, britf. 17r, Patten, fioin Geclong, in ballast. G. Mitchell, ncent. Nov. 9. — Victoria, steamer, from Sydney. No*: II.— Gazelle, briar. I7S. Iiakcr, from Nelson, N.Z., in ballittt. Binglc and Co., agents. DEPARTURES. Nor. 9.— Victoria, steamer, for the Manning River. Nor. II.— Athol, schooner, 215, Brawn, for Otago, X.JJ. Cargo : 300 tons roal. 270 spokes, 200 boxes (5 tons) randies, 100 boxes (5 tons) soap, 150 bagl (500 busbeU) maize, 9 casks (1 ton 7 cwL) pork. \V. II. Whvte, agent. Nov. 9.— Creole, Fcbonner, 131, Carr, for HoDart Town, with 1C0 tons cwil.' Dibhs and Co., agents. Nov. 9. — Dnuglas, schooner, 93, MeaniE, for Melbourne, with 140 tons coal. Nov. 9.— George, schooner, Aurley, for Melbourne, with 150 tons coal. Nov. 9.— Albion, schooner, Walker, for Adelaide, with 170 tons coal. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Anne Armstrong, ship, 702, Olive, fur Moulmcin. I'inple anil Co., agentE. White Star, ship, 2.503, Kerr, for Lyttleton, ...

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OTAGO. CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

OTAOO. ci.nAHANcr.s. Oct. IE.— Natal, b.uque. 180, (iuectcri, 'for MwtiMie, in biilliifl. Out. 21.— Northern Light, schooner, flS, Tnlrni, for Neivttnstlf. Oct. 22,—Janr, sfliut'litr, 112, M ileholl, for ftcwcnMle, in ballnst.

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WRECK OF THE SHAMROCK, SCHOONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

WRECK OF THE SHAMROCK, SCHOONER. Whilst the gale was at its height, yesterday afternoon, shortly before two o'clock, the Shamiock, schooner, of 100 tone, Jewell, master, bound from Sydney to Nowcastle, in ballast, unl'iirtunau-ly missed Mnyp, just as she was round, ing Nobby's, for the purpose of entering the harbour. It was rumoured that the origin of the accident was through there being no anchors on board, but this is incor rect. The vessel drifted on the Oyster Bank, and thence on to the bench, to which .she lay at an ancle. The accident was witnessed by a large number of persons, nnd the lifeboat, under assistant harbour master Lovett, at once put off, but on arrival at the scene of the wreck, it was found that the master and crew had already succeeded in reaching the land, having been enabled to launch their own boat to leeward of tho vessel. Shortly nftcr she went ashore, the waves began to brenk over her Kicrn and quarter, but up to five o'clock, p.m., she had bus. taincd sc...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. (Before the Police Magistrate.) FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. FRIDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS, &c. — William Evans, a sailor, was fined 10s. for being drunk. — George Aldridge, also a sailor, guilty of being drunk, and indecency, was ordered to be confined three days in the lock-up. — William Davis and Robert Wallace were each fined 5s. for drunkenness.   RESISTING POLICE. — Thomas Roberts, seaman, was fined 10s. for resisting constables Levick and Phillips in   the execution of their duty. — Charles Courtney, guilty of inciting parties to resist the police, was fined 40s. SATURDAY. DRUNKENNESS. — William Nye, seaman, was fined 5s. for being drunk. USING THREATS. — James Joiner, guilty of using threats to John Usher, on the 30th ultimo, was ordered to find sureties to keep the peace, himself in £10, and two others in £5 each. NEGLECTING TO PAY HIS FARE. — Michael Ryan was charged with neglecting to pay his fare on the steamer City of Newcastle, between Sydney and Newcastle...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

DEATH. At his residence, Wolfe-street, Newcastle, William J. Burton, Esq., Solicitor ; aged 41 years. The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 November 1861

:ure, STEAM 70 SYDNEY. I 5, The AuBtralasian Steam Navi ' ''^vT-W S8t'on Company'* Steamen will leave ,|'(fy'iM^.MoRFETK (calling at Newcastle), pr^uw4-'^Bntil furtliw notioe» M foMowa :— tionrT?DA YS1CO^/ROT' S^0 Mulhal1' '°4hurs»ays/ Jyx at7lun- i 1 W {TUESDAY S\ ^Z^o, Captain Adam.- **.»IDATS. J *t2P-m- n 3E0RGE R. DIBBS 8c CO., //' I Agentt, Scott-street. ^ Newcastle. November 9, 1861. |KJjpTHE NEW GOLD FIELDS-OTAGO. NG . r*s 'Jhe first-class clipper Ship ' MAR and ^fA|-«ARETHA ROESENER,' 700 tons, uar- H^^Charlea Eggers, commander, having hm gfjgBgESJ arrived from Otago, will sail early in i November fom Newcastle. This fine vessel hag ; |ofty and sgcious 'tween decks, thoroughly venti CEIt! idtd, olio a 'Ull poop, and offers an opportunity for ajjjengers eldom to be met with in this port. Freight — nj pgiasge moderate. Provisions Al. Early ap )Ni 'ieation n«essary to the undersigned, as only a :ut«d nuiper of berths will be guaranteed. _? Wlliaw Hcnrt Whvte, Newcastle ''r*1 St...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

Wednesday, November 13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The Council sat about an hour. The two first volumes of the Colonial Statutes were laid upon the table by the Attorney-General, with an intima tion that the work would be completed to the present date iu about three months. The Attorney-General obtained leave to bring iu a bill to amend the constitution of the Legislative Council, and the bill was read a fimt lime. The Land Titles' Declaration Bill and the Land Transfer and Registry Bill were read a second time on the motion of the Attoroe/. General.

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

PARLIAMENT OF 2TEW SOUTH WALES. f/ibrUgtd from II* S. M. Htrald.) Tuesday, November 12. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tn« LtgUUtivt As-sembly invt ut twenty-eight minutes paat thre* p.tn. In w«w«r to M r. Wisdom, Mr. Cowper said no informa tion had readied llitr Government about the discovery of a new golct.fleld on the Lachl.111. Mr. Uangar presented » petition from certain inhabitant!! or the district of Murrurundi against the Finn Charitable Application Hill. j III answer to tlie same honorable member, Mr. Arnold j . said that the amount pnid to the contractor on account of the Albury bridge had been £6739 It. !M.: that the amount ? due on the same account has £1390 11s. -hi.; that the amount paid by the Victoria Government was nbuut £1000; that Mr. W. S. Chaunccy had not renignod his appoint ment; and that the salary mid travelling expenses of the superintendent of tlie Alhurjr bridge were £255, of which half mi yet due by the Victorian Govi rninent. Mr. Buchanan gave notice of resoluti...

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ARRIVAL OF THE BRANCH STEAMER "WONGA WONGA," AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE BRANCH STEAMER ' WONG A WONGA,' AT ADELAIDE. {From the S. M. Herald's Telegraphic Cormpmdcnt.) The branch mail steamer, Wonga Wonga, from King George's Sound, lias arrived at Glenelg Pior, bringiug the mail by the P. nnd O. S. Salactte, which arrived nt King George's Sound on tho 9th inst. The StiUotto, Captain lvigei'd, leic Uaiit- on the a4th of Uotober, at 0.30 p.m. She was detained there, waiting for tho English mail which bad been stopped in Egypt ftuir days, in consequonco of tho over flowing of the Nile, which had washed away the Egyptian railway twenty-two miles from Alex andria to Cairo. The pasjtengOM were four days in crossing the Ddsert. Passengers, for Mel bourne : Messrs.' \Villiarm and Tiolt. For Sydney: Mr. nnd Mr9. 'Logan, Mr, and Mrs, Pike, MessrB- Blliot'b, George Snoorson, Coopor, Spelly and Major Notioh, Captain Reid, Ad miralty Agent. ^tM London 26th Siiptomber.— Tiio^Wrftralian July Mails were delfrorod in London ou the lGth Septombor via Mursei...

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