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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 November 1861

Tub ButiKK ai«u Wills Explob atimh. — The im mense amount of interest that id felt in l-al fate of the MVO unfortunate explorer*, hint -ni)itiTc(l u* to de termine upon puhliii!tiii(i unpious extnictn from the -liario3 of both Mr. Burke und Mr. Willn. The first portion of Mr. Will*' ditiry will iippenv ir» uar issao of Wadnasdny. -

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES (Jbrittged from theS.M. Herald.) Thursday, November. 14. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Messages were received from the assembly — one with the tolls bill, und the other inti mating that die councils amendments in the gold Reids bill had been agreed to. Mr. Gordon moved the second rending of uie cmircn anu sujiooi ninas mil. :ur. no bertson opposed the bill. The debate W113 adjourned on the motion of Sir W. M. Man ning. The adoption of the report on the Wngga Wagga Bridge Corapnny's bill was agreed to.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

rpHK undcraigncd bog to inform the Innkeepers. X 'f thrt city and district of Nitwcnstlo, they arc now prepared to supply, wholesale nnd retail, nny of' ? the following articles, which they fuel sure, upon, trial, will givi? general satisfaction,' anil which it will li(i their constant study to secure, tu all who may favour then with support: — ^ Lemon Syrup. Cherry Brandy Peppermint Ruin Shrub Cloves Jirandy Bitters Raspberry Syrup Gin Hitters (Jinijor Wine. Ginger User, L«inonarlo, Soda Water, and Sarsa.. purillu. TINSON ani. SON. West Mirtland, nnd Watt.Rtrect, Newcastle., L^ltfr) SLA.LESS. IN pursuance nf tho provisions of 'Tho Crown Lund's Aluinntiou Act of 1801,' I, the Minister for Iiiui(R do lutreby notify that tho following lots of Innd will ho olfrrud fur snk1, by public auction, at the uml.-rmentioned placets, at cloven o'clock, ou the days stpttcifuul, at tho upset price iilllxed to oach lot re spuctivoly. (Deposit 2.) per cunt.) JOHN IIOIIRRTSON. NEWCASTLE, (nttho Polic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

IIoLLow.YY'a Ointment anj-. Pim.s.— Uronchiiis, asthma, shortness of hrcnth, palpitation. — Now is unfortuna tely the season for the prevalence nf these complaints, nud their serious nature is home out by the weekly bills of mor tality. Jvirly and proper treatment should he adopted with, out hesitation or delay : niuther need arise if llolloway's re midies he at hnti'l. His ointment] may be safely and ailvnn. la;;cous!y]-uhhcd on the hack, and chest, every lii^lit and morning, preeiselyjis salt is rubbed upon meat to preserve it. I t'p'Mictratcs'intern.illy, nnd appeases pulmonary excitement. llulloway'B Pills 'should bo taken at tho same time, as they net with eiiiiriry on the circulations, gl.mds, and Hhsoi'licnt.s, nud materially assist in rendering the cure general and permanent.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Coal. — The pvico of fuel in Cliristchurch, New Zealand, has been so high m to lead to the formation of a coal and firewood society, tho object being, by a combination of capital, to supply tho subscribers with fuel, at reduced prices. At tho mooting, held to form the nbovemuneu society, a memorial was adopted, to bo presented to the superintendent, pray ing his honor to got tho coul-fiolds, recently dis covered by Mr. Iluast, surveyed without delay.... Nelson Examiner. Fratricide — Inspector Whitofoord-rRoeivod on Wednesday from Inglowood a telegram informing him, that on tho, r)th of Novombnr, in a tent on thu Deep Lead, Old Ingle wood, Lorenzo Perini and Giuooml Porini, Italians and brothers quarrelled, find that the latter by stabbing the former twice, killed him nnd then flad. Tho slight provocation upon which Italians ros -rt to tho use of the knife in Ihiii colony is becoming a serious evil that must be chocked. Tho practice was considered had enough before...

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CONTINENTAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

CONTINENTAL NEWS. Negotiations for settlement of the Roman question are still said to be going on between. Franco and Italy, but another pamphlet has ap« peared in Paris. It intimates that a vote will bo takenat Rome on. the question of annexation ; if affirmative, Ibtiliuu troops will replace French. This is tamely denied. by tho Ahnileur as being ' unofficial. Spain. und- Austria have offered to place troops at.the disposal of the Pope, should the French troops leave Home. In Southern* Italy brigandage is almost suppressed. Becker, who attempted to assassinate tho King of Prussia, has been sentenced to twenty years' imprisonment. A lunatic has attempted to assassinate the Queen of Greece. ' : ' Hostilities have commenced between the Turks and' Montenegrins. England and France advise the Sultan (o re cognise Prince G-ing«a as so-vereign over the l)an ubian Principalities. The Austrian Government is resolved to carry out its despotic policy towards Hungary with a high hand. It has s...

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AMERICAN NEWS TO 19TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

A M E RICAN N E W S To 19th. Skptkmber. The commercial letters received by the last mail from Now York express, though in a guarded manner, weariness of tho war, and des ponding anticipations- whatever may be its mode of- termination. Business generally was more active, hut the existing tariff nnd the doubts that it may possibly not be perinanont, prevents merchants from entering into nny transactions that cannot be wouad up us quickly as tho country can now pay for its imports only by tho supplies of grain. A conviction is fitated by some of tho rnnst. experienced financiers, that if tho war con tinues, all tho banks will inevitably suspend before next summer. Tho rate of exchange was very firm nt 1 074* to 108, and thoro wore very few drawors up to tho Oth September, although tho loin ot ton millions hid been two weeks in the market, only £800,000 had boon subscribed by the public. The main body of tho hostile armies still stand face to fuoe along the lino of tho Potomac, General ...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usun.1 fovtniglitly meeting ot' the Municipal i Council was held on Monday evening. Present : His Worship the Mayor in thu chair, Aldermen lv'mp, Dolton, Tijchr, Prntten, find Fleming Tin! minutes of tho last meeting were read nnd cimfinni.cl. ncroitTS. j Alderman Kemp brought up n report, of the com- | milieu ii|ipoiuti!(l to [coiisi let* the surveyor's letter i with reference to the sloping tho sides of Church- i stroc't. I Tiie report \vas]i'eceived, and alderman Kemp gave notice that, nt the next meeting, he should muvo its adoption. I CORIlRCSrOKIir.NCK. j 1. A letter was road from John Patrick, complain- I ing thut Alexander Miller had been throwing sand on ! the street, whereby u sort of dum was formed, to the j detriment of the neighbouring property. Some con- | vorsation 'took place in reference to this, nnd it was stated thut the land being Dr. Mitchell's property, the council could not interfere. The mutter, however, was eventually referred to t...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

SINGLETON. Suicide. — A most melancholy event has happened in our community, which has thrown n gloom over all who were acquainted with the family in which it occurred. Miss Anne Hawthorne, who was respected by cvoryono who knew her, took about four grains of strychnine nt about half-past ten o'c'oek yesterday morning wmi a view to put an enu to tier existence. The place where she lived was about six miles from town ; and before medical assistance could he pro cured the poison (which slip hud purchased the day before in a druggist's shop in the town), had taken so much effect upon her that all remedies proved useless, and she died at five o'clock p.m. At the inque.st, which was held to-day, it appeared she had been ou intimate terms with a young man in her neighbour hood, with whom she was to be married. The father of tho young man henvevtr was opposed to the match, and he himself grew cold to her, and hnncn the melnu choly affair that has just occurred. — Maitland Ensign. Tnfe Alle...

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INSOLVENT COURT. RULE NISI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. . RULE Nl.1t. . ? Nov. 1 K— On the petition of Charles Monre and others, of Sydney, merchants, a rule nisi was granted, returnnttie on the 22nd November, instant, requiting John AAVilliaitis, of Georgo-atreet, Sydney, draper, to show came why in* estate should not be sequestrated for the.benefit of his cre ditors. NEW INSOLVENTS. '? ' Nov. 11.— Thomas Unwell, nf Smith-strcet, Pr: ,M jl splitter mid fencer. Liabilities, £10 13s. A. -O,arU ,i Deficit, £30 l.»V '. , ,, '.-n Nov. lJ.-Neli-M'8oll, of Honligal, licensed victualler, . 1 on petition and affidavit. Schedule to bo filed wHliia » . , t month. ? _ I The Potato Cnor.— Judging from a samplo dug; ', I up tho othor day, in the pnddock of Mr. C. Thomasi I at Guruorlgnng,' tho potato1 A-bp'of tlu present ion«on( . I hcpiih to pronvse well Not fewer than forty fi'r I sized kidney potn'oos were obtained from out' seedr.,1 Ing. — Goulburn Chronicle, Nov. 10, I

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

?'^lAITLAND. Unreoistkred Dogs. — At the West Miiitliuid police-court, on Thursday, 34 persons were fined 10s. and 3s. Gd. costs, for keeping unregistered dogs. West Maiti.and Volunteer Itiri.ES. — A meet ing of the corps was held in the Commercial Hotel, { on Wednesday. About forty members attended, and Captnin Vindin presided. The first matter brought wide* notice was a brigade order which had been re ceived from the Adjutant, Captain Laver, expressing his approval of the proficient manner in which the corps acquitted themselves ou the recent occasion when lie inspected them. A letter from Captain Close, of the Maitland and Morpcth Rifles was rend, inviting the West Maitland corps to join them in a target match, which they purpose to hold on Suint Andrew's Daf, and stating their intention to ofler prizes to the value of £10 on the occasion. After some discussion, Mr Wilkinson moved, that the invi tation be accepted, and that Messrs, Arnotl, Sloan, J. A. Shepherd and the mover, be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

Cj KINGSBOR 0U|lbeI ?yjDraper, Silk Mercer, and General 0 WellingrW House, 529, Brickfield Hill, Sydm to infprtji his country customers, and the pul _£! rally, that lie has taken those extensive pr'ts above, formerly in the occupation of Messn, 1 M'Mahon, and Co., where he respectfollvii \ continuanco of that patronage which h& ten at his former establishment. 6sP Country Stoti 31 supplied with every description of drapery, -M most liberal terms. [ q HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. TH Diseases of the Skin. I' U TTNIVERSAL APPROBATION has beeoi 1 *-* to this famous ointment for its efficiency in 1 |R diseases of the skin. For scrofula, scurvy, scald In all eruptions of the skin, both in infancy and milnn no remedy can be applied which so quickly cami ? vr loway's ointment. In the nursery it should aln ^' hand to ease the many skin affections to which thci ~' of children are liable. In all heat and tooth m ointment is wonderfully cooling and curative. To -, sailors, miners, and traveller...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

NEWCASTLE l'OIJOE. SATURDAY. iKKENSnss.— Thomas Buckingham, farmer, was j.for being drunk in the market reserve oil the pre dqr. MONDAY. UKKnNNr.ss. — Richard Sufflin?, engineer, was fined being drunk in Hunter-street. Robert Hamilton, Dg drunk and disorderly, was fined 40s. OCIOUS uooh. — Limrics whuurue, inuuurcr, was si with keeping a ferocious dog, in Diane-street, attacked Alar/ Snipe, on the 11th inst. It was brllie defendant that the prosccutrix, a girl of about us of age, had taken a bone from the dog. It a p. however, that it flew at her and bit her leg. Os. fulfilled 5s. and 3s. fid. costs. The same defendant uncharged with keeping an unregistered dog. The in postponed to enable the defendant to destroy the rtRTloN. — Thomas Bclbin, seaman, was chained serling from the ship Nagasaki, on the 10th instant. l x was proved, and Jlclbin was sentenced to fonr ii imprisonment in Mnitland gaol. iUUT.— Hridget Barker was charged with assaulting iet Lees on the 16th inst. The defend...

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WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

WOLLO.Mlil. Weather. — Ilain is now much required, nnd tliougn threatening rain, very little has fallen since last (.'veiling. Cnoi-s.— Wheat: Promising, though in pirts of my circuit it is observable that n falling oil' in quan tity may be expected. Muizo : The grub or cuter pillars are making sad ravages among the new crop, and greater quantities are seen than have been obser. ved for ninny years. For want of rain tho grass is becoming scarce in many parts, and vegetation is suffering very severely from tho drought.' Repairs j lmvo boon contracted for at Hrinnt's Bridge, near the town, damaged by ths flood, and also the now parish voiitt (that portion recently firmed). November 8th, 1801. Yesterday (Mondny) the heat in the forenoon wan most oppressive j towards evening a little rain fell, and at 11 p.m. it raino.l heavily, which will ben efit the agriculturists, though it is considered that if more docs not fall shortly the maizo crops will suffer materially. From different reside...

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THE VICTORIAN EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. THE AUSTRALIAN CONTINENT CROSSED. DEATH OF BURKE, WILLS, AND GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

THE VICTORIAN EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. THE AUSTRALIAN CONTINENT CROSSED. Death of Burke, Wills, and Gray. On Saturday night, the 2nd instant, despatches were re ceived in Melbourne from Mr. Howitt, commanding the Expedition that had been sent out in search of Burke, in. timating that on the 15th of September last he had found Kiug, the only survivor ol the party, in latitude 27 degrees 14 minutes and longitude 140 degrees 40 minutes. The ?uiiunmg is jviug a narrative oi me proceedings oi uurKC'a party after their return to Cooper's Creek :— JOHN KINO'S NARRATIVE. Mr. Burke, M. Wills, and I, reached the depot at Cooper's Creek on April 21st, about hall-past seven in the evening, with two camels— all that remained of Ihe six Mr. Burku - took with him. All the provisions we then had consisted of a pound and a half of dried meat. We found the party had gone the same day, and looking about for any mark they might have left, found the tree with 'DIG, April 21,' carved on it. Mr. Wills said...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. ipa te not to be considered as identifying ourselves with '. i iuiotiB expressed by correspondents, for even whilst n' n may be diametrically opposed to theirs, we are '' filling to give insertion to any communication, ex ll in terms of intelligence and moderation.— Jiurrou H tit Chronicle. Ik

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

SYDNEY. MANst.AuniiTui. — A woman named Louisa Ivinpr was committed for trial on Friday, on a clung.' of manslaughter, the jury, at a coroner's inquest, having rotnrned a verdict that her child, George King, n^cd ono month, had died from oxposura and noglcct Tub LuoisLATivB Council Rti.t,, — Thu bill to amend the conatiiu ion of tho Upper House, which wits introduced into tho Legislative Council on Wed nesday afternoon by the Attorney-General, is pro cisoly tho same as that passed by tho'Adsctnbly and thrown out hy tho Council in April last. — Herald. Money Oudimis jiy Tiu.uhuaiui, — As will bo soon by an advertisement in another column, orders for money, to tlu- amount of ,C2U, can now bo scut hy I'lrctrin telegraph to most, pails of the country to which the wires reach. This will prove a great con venience to residents in the interior, as well as to people in business in Sydney. The- charge is ex tremely moderate— sums up to £10 can be sent for (id. To Mr. Cracknell, and those who...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The assembly met at half-past three p.m. In answer to Mr. Holroyd, Mr. Cowper said that the parliamentary draftsman had been ordered to prepare certain acts recently passed in England to consolidate the criminal law, mm Unit they would be ready next session. On the motion of Mr. Cowper, the gold fields management bill was transmitted to Ihe legislative council without amendment. In answer to Mr. Driver, Mr. Cowper in timated that the government were aware that there was no public cemetery at Koekley, but that no application had been ever mado for one. .In answer to Mr. Daniel, Mr. Cowper said that additional police protection had been provided for the JLachlan diggings, to the ex tent of seventeen men, and that a gold escort to thesediggings would shortly bo established. In answer to Mr. Hoskiiis, Mr. Arnold said that, at the special request of the Queens land government, the engineer for -harbours had been permitted by the government of this colony, to superin...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

To the. Editor of the Newcastle. Chronicle. p -I beg to draw your attention to the report hi Chronicle of Saturday last, headed '' Ux nary Charge,' respecting the apprehension ' iieffard of the Nagasaki, and also to request ,° ou will make public, circumstances connected hi itcuse tlint have evidently willully buen witli k and to winch, under your snipping report, you It ur best to draw additional attention. The ' re these: — I agreed with cnptiiin M'lvay to '' liiiship, the ' Nagasaki,' during her stay at el irt, and it was agreed that his steward was to ir piss book, in which every day's allowance di lored by one of my clerks appointed for that ' e. ' lien captain M'Kay came tj settle his , l,nnd saw that vegetables had been pmcured, !jj lively refused to pay for them ; I argued with ri. ging that every large ship had a certain quan ic vegetables allowed, to which he replied ' that ergave his steward authority to obtain them, '' ulillie pay for thuin.' The vessel then hav J,' ilot...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. AIUIIVAI.S. Nov. 16'.- Fair T.f:m-minii, schooner. Ill, Puller, from 1 vitl.'tnn. N.Z.. In liallnst. Captain, r.jirut. 'Vr.v, JR. - -Pi'ini'f-r. s.''T-.vr, SS, Brings, frnm Itrishanc (Qu.-Mixlind). niili Sfi.niiti Ipct pine. W. H. Whyte, agtnt. DKl'AinVliKS. N'nv. lfi.— Aloyt.ne. tiart]iii-. 317. lira;', fur Otagn. N.JC. Pare': ./OOtons cu.il. fia baps in;-i/.e, ami 1 2 drays, llingle nnd Co., npputs. N'nv. li!.— Nif'.irak'. Oiip. 111'. M'Kay. for Rnmliar. P.irgn : l(!0() tons coal, nml 1S!I logs irniib.iik. Mingle and On., npcntt. Nov.lu'.Mnrgarrtha Rneseiicr, Dutch «1iip. TOfl. Kggers. f»r Otftjjo, N.Z. Cargo : .'JH tons large and .5 ti.ns small rnal. 1 caw 2 bags hats. S cases saddlery. 3 oases draper}1. I fart, 1 r.Kfl plaster of Paris ornaments, 2 packages cigar*, ami OtUinrscs. W. If. Whytc, agent. I Nov. io.~Sn«m. brig. 212, Anderson, (or Auckland, N. I '/.. Careo: 2S0 tons ronl, and 10 chests tea. Jiiuglc and ; On., agio's, . I Nov. 1(3.— Willing Lass, sr...

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