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

Notice to Masters of Vessels Trading to thi Port of Newcastle. ))e ; » S the STEAM DREDGE is now at work in th ad XL Coa' Channel, all vessels drawing under eleve 1 feet water are requested to use the Blind Cliannc )||vben practicable, and ships of greater depth ca |j«Dly pass the dredge one hour before high watci ?when her moorings will be slacked down. v / 3 f/fi) D- T.ALLAN, k id i ?yCV Harbour Master. ia ; Newcastle, 15th November, 1361. ? STEAM TO SYDNEY. '' iLk ^'HE Australasian Steam Navi I WdiIRl. £at'on Company's Steamers will leav 'Jfflmswb' MoRfETH (calling at Newcastle] i&gjgSSb&until further notice, as follows : — ' M° IhV YS\CottAROY, Captain Mulhall to THURSDAYS/ ^ ttt7a'm\#d, h | TUESD A YSK #*— n . .¥/& D. „ „. 1 IllKlono, Captairi/ Adams, AND - 't.n J t, FRIDAYS. J at2p.nf. P GEORGE, R. DIBBS & CO., ;t ', Agents, Scott-street. Newcastle, November 9, 1861. ?e f . ? : ? .- 1 WANTED TO CHARTER i- I -i ?» Vessels, for SYDNEY, MELBOURNE 1...

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

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.. MEJ.ltOUKNf;. : Thursday, 7 p.m.— Mail news considered favourable to importers. Wool buyers have lowered rates fully_ I'd. ^ ft. New ministry /ren'craliy well received in mining dis tricts. Assembly adjourned to the 17th December.—//., Nov. 1.7. Friday, 7 p.m ? Tho Salsette was not sighted at 6un*et. Ministerial appointments arc gazetted. Mr. O'Slianassy will open out the policy nf the new cabinet on Thursday. Two cargoes of Mauritius sugars sold nt an advance of £] on counters and X'l on crystals.— If., Nov. IB. Saturday. S p.m. — The Prince of the Seas, ship. 'White Star line, was burnt at the railway pier, Sandridge. Some ' anxiety felt about the Salsette.—//., Nov. 18. QUEEXSCLII'K. Thursday, 7 p.m. — Nov. 14. — Arrived : RucalyptiiR, from Ilobart Town ; Bright Planet, barque, from 'Jtyi.wV castle. ' ' j Friday, S p.m.— Nov. 14.— Sailed: Kathleen, for New. castle; I ndeinnity, for London. I Saturday, 7 p.m.— Nov. 10.— Sailed s Hebe, Matador, | and Success, for...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 November 1861

The more tliat we read about the Victorian exploring expedition, the more satisfied do wo beanie of the gross manner in which it has l^tl mismanaged from first to last. Eacli dsfy discloses fresh proofs of blundering and incapacity, vv e have seen Stuart with a strong party of some dozen men traverse the conti nent from one side to the other and back again, without the loss of an individual ; and now we have four men only, equipped in the most expensive, and indeed extravagant, style, sup ported by other and more numerous parties, v&u\|lly well found, successful indeed in cross ing the! continent, and so far accomplishing one of the objects of their mission, but un able to complete their return in safety. Naturally enough, a general outcry of indig nation is -heard, and mindful only at the moment of thchjfl^ic manner in which Burke and Wills supported their sufferings to the last, and filially resigned themselves to the death that staved them in the face, all blame is indisc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

i HEALTH. HEALTH. HEALTH. j 'TENKINS1 SAGO l-'LOUll (late Elliott's), pre el pared expressly for children und invalids, it aUbrds more nourishment than any other description of fariuacegus food, and will ugrco with tho most delicate stomach. Sold wholesale and retail, by W. J.JENKINS (chemist by appointment to his Ex cellency Sir John Young)*, 25'i, George-street North, Sydney. Price — One Shilling. ?««.i, ? ,__ /'-» GOOD HEALTH AND ECONOMY. BREAD. BREAD. BREAD. If you want Rood bread, try JENKINS1 BAKING I'OWDUlt, for making bread without yeast, and puddings without eggs, effecting u saving of a quar tern luuf in every 28 lbs, of Hour. Tho aboviiHns hud an increasing sale for thu last ten years^ V Price— Gd., U.x U. Gd. .. , ,-) \ B5T Agents wanted for iho country.' Sale Agents far Newcastle — M'DicKev & Baker Chronicle oflicu, VENNARD ond STEVENS, 212, Pitt-streot, Sydney, sola Importers of A^iirklbu and Wilson's SEWING MACHINES,\x(\i\\ now im nroveiueiiU. Also, KEROSENE L...

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THE WILLS' TRAGEDY. (Abridged from the Queensland Guardian, Nov. 12.) Orion DOWDS, 27th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

THE WILLS' TBAGEHY. (by an eve-witness.') (Abridged from the Queensland Guardian, N'ov. 12.) Orion Downs. 27th October. About one o'clock on tho morning of the 18th October, a servant in the employment of thu late Mr. Wills arrived at Rainwortb, Mr. Gregson's station, Nogoa, with the infonnatiou that Mr. Wills' station had been attacked by the blacks on the previous afternoon, and all tbo party, so fur as bo knew, with the exception of another man and maisolr, Killed, l'rom bis statement, it appeared that the blacks had been frequenting the vtation for some days previous to the attack, but us their intercourse with tho whites was ap parently of the most friendly character, no danger was apprehended from their presence, and no adequate precautions taken against supriso and violence. On the day of the attack, tho blacks had been about the station before mid-day, and then left it. At this time the informant states that, feeling tired and ex haustod with the heat, he had lain dowu in th...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. I lie Legislative Assembly met at half-past three p.m. Mr. Wisdom, on behalf of the Chairman, brought up a report from the Standing Orders Committee, having re ference to a petition presented by Mr. I'iddington, against the Maillaud aud Morpeth railway, the signatures to which had been alleged to be spurious. The report was ordered to be printed. In answer to Mr. Lewis, Mr, Arnold said that the r:port of the Kngincer for Harbours on theentrance to Lake Mac quaric would be laid on the table as soon as received, which he believed, woutd be before very long. In answer to Air. Danear. Mr. 'Weekes intimnf,.,! that the Government were not aware that the Queensland Government were exacting duties fiom parties crossing into Queensland from New South Wales— that it was nut the intention of the Government to place police upou the boundaries to collect duties on behalf of this colony, and that the suppression of cattle stealing would fall within the ordinary duties of the...

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INSOLVENT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

insolvent oduiri'. Nrw Inkolvkst.— ThniDM O'Connell, uf lV.rk-slrPct, i fruiter.r. LUMIIttcn, ££0it.\U. Ask'.i, £i Si. U*,, t ? It ...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

Wednesday, November IS. ?'i- ? LEGISLATIVE COUNCJL. '? In 'the Legislative Council, Mv. Robertson, »s a matter (if privilege, called atU'Ktitlit J nn oociirrenco in thu Asseni. bly Chitratw ca Tv!«t«y Tiling, wIibk h member oftlit Assembly had charged liim (the Secretary for Lands) with interrupting him in the course of debate. He denied that there was the slightest foundation for any such allegation, Jin! referred to a number of gentlemen who were standing rou ml him at the time. Petitions were presented, by Mr. Deas Thomson, Irom Carcnar and Orange, fur extension of railways to the West ern districts. In answer to Mr. Gordon, Mr. Robertson stated that the papers relating to the negotiations between Mr. Hodgson and the Immigration Department, would be laid on the table to*morruiv (this day). The Tannage Duty Hills for Wollongong and Kiama were read a second time. Tlic Navigable Waters Protection Bill, on the motion of the Attorney-General, was read a second time.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, Friday, 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BV KLECTU1C TELConArll.] (Frsm our Correspsndcut.) | . Sydney, Friday, 8.30 p.m. : Uusincss is very dull, everyone being em i ployed will) their English letters, A. young man was unfortunately drowned yesterday in the. Corporation baths. The wind, N.E., has been very boisterous to-day, the- weather showery, and a heavy thunderstorm passed over the city during the afternoon. Arrived to-day : — The Eleetra, from Cali fornia. Yesterday : — The Esmcralda, from Foo Chow, with a cargo of tea.

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

PABLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ! (Abridged' rom the S. SI. Herald.) ! Ti;Es».vr, November 19. j LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Assembly met at tirciily-eiglit m miles past ,' three p.m. I In answer to Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Cowper intimated j that no informatiiiii had reached the government with i reference to a - taiement on o«th, sieged to have been i made by Mr. Henley, at the late State trials at . Croulburn, to the effect that three or four Chinamen had been murdered in the late riots nt l.ambini; Flat '? — that although the government placed no reliance on the statement in question, tliev had, however, no intention to prosecute Mr. Henley fur perjury, and that the Attorney-General hud already declined to put Cameron on his trial ; also, tli.it ;i late address of the House to the Governor. ''with reference to reli gious equality, had been duly forwarded, and that the reply would be communicated when received. In answer to Mr. Moslems, Mr. Cowper said that the resolutions passed by the ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

MESSRS. BOYCK AND KW.BANK HAVIJ received instructions to sell liy auction on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 27/A NOV., nt 1 1 o'clock precisely, On the ground, in Scott^treet, opposite tlio Railway Terminus — - .One PORTABLE WOODEN HOUSE, lntely ?i: jiieci by Messrs., George. K. Dibbs and Co. as mi ..'ice. After which, at snmc place, in lots to. suit purchasers, about / / Q — - H Inns Potatoes . J/llfcr /**? 1 ion dates \]v f Terms at sale. To Builders, Contractors, Ironmongers, and' Storekeepers. Ex Slornow.it/, from London. IMPORTANT SALE OF REGISTERED STOVES, AND GENERAL IRON MONGERY. . Mil, W. K. lUDCBIBIlEAI* HAS been favoured witli instructions from the Importers, Mr. J. Roe, Ilunti'i'-streel, to submit to public competition, on the premises, on MONDAY, the Otli DECEMUER, lit 11 o'clock precisely, a large assortment of registered hnli vegistercd, and other stoves, mid general ironmongery, comprising upwards of five hundred packages, im ported direct from one of tlie best houses in Glas gow. ...

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

The news received by the Salsette does not present any features of stirring importance. The civil war in America has not been sig nalled by any great events, although it is evident that the. Northerners are making vigorous efforts in the proscction of hostilities. The exiiedition fitted out to caoture the forts on the sea coast appeal's to have been success fully conducted ; but it is also stated that the Secessionists, having no anticipation of such n proceeding, were not prepared for resistance. General Fremont's proposed expedition down the'Mississippi, with a powerful column on cither bank, will probably, if it has a favour able result, exercise a powerful influence upon the war. The scheme is daringly conceived, and will doubtless be daringly carried out. The originator of it has already rendered his name illustrious, as one of the first explorers of the far west, and has ever been known as a man of the most adventurous spirit, and of the greatest determination. His proclama- !...

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THE VICTORIAN EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. JOURNAL OF MR. WILLS. COOPER'S CREEK TO CARPENTARIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

THE VICTORIAN EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. Journal of Mr. Wills. Cooper's Creek to Cam'ektama. [The omissions in the diary arc supplied by the informa tion contained in the maps, with the exception of the last two days on the shore olthe gull.] Sunday, December 10, 18b'U. — The two horses having been shod, and our reports finished, we started at forty mi. nntcs past six a.m., for Kyre's Creek, the party consisting of Mr. Burke, myself, Kin/f, and Charley, having with us six camels, one horse, and three months' provisions. We followed down the creek to the point where the sandstone ranges crass the creek, and were accompanied to that place by Jtrahe, who would return to Uke charge of the depot. Down to this point the banks of the creek are very rugged and stoney, but there is a tolerable supply of grass aud ! saltbush in the vicinity. A large tribe of blacks came pestering us to go to their camp aud have a dance, which we declined. They were very troublesome, and nothing but the threat to...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRISBANE. Monday, 5 p.m. — At the criminal court to.day, a black fellow, named George, was found guilty of rape and sen tenced to be executed.—//., Nov. 20. MKI.BOUItNE. Monday, 7 p.m. — The Salsette cam* up the bay yester day evening i she sailed from the bay for Sydney at sun rise ; a strung cap terly gale was the cause of her delay on tho run from the Sound. The mail advices are satisfactory. 2UUi) bal's of wool were xold at Goldsbnrough's auction rooms, at lirmer rates ; liner samples were not sola. — 11., Nov. 1!'. Tuesday. 7 p. in.— At the wool sales. 3000 bales were ciffeml. and 200(1 sold, at former rates. The Asa K!dridp;e brings from California a full cargo of wheat and sonic oats. //., Nov. 20. The English adrices have not affected the markets, and trade is remarkably quiet. Passengers are booking themselves en route to the Laclilan. An active canvass is going on against ministers.— £., Nov. 20. Wednesday, 7 p. m. — The ministerial candidates have addres...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

NEW ZEALAND. ,at 13 v H. M. S. Miranda news has been reooiyo pei from Otago to tho Otli November. '&m following is from the 'Witness: — fflcl THE GOLD-FIELDS. la Every frosh account from tho gold-fioldsnfforf 'r 1 reasorrtw renewed confidence in their per*tta' nonce. It is now found that the first fears tW ° J the go\d producing spots would bo limited .s-i sraull areas wore without foundation. Toaptt »E J aud Waitahuna are constantly onlargcd by M FP at dibcovcries, and these fields aro now obsoluw i^nuc joined. Nunorcus instances of'BUocess k-! r«o« continually coming under our notice, yeater^^^ wo saw one of a party who assured us that ' four months he and Iub mates have bleared netf «.unt 100 lbs. weight of gold at Tuapeka! 'A »-Hbodi named George 13rowu, late from Sandy Grw Junica Victoria, cleared to hiB own share, io oij »ccr6 c weeks, botweon 5 lbs. nnd 0 lbs. weight at Woij » loan bnna. Another Ballaarat man roudd 5lbMlnB tit nine weeks. Several new rushes aro epok«t...

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

NKWCASTLB S IIIPP1N0. AitJtiV.U.S. .Nov. 20.— Camilla, schooner. 191. Whit*, from Auckland, -N*. /C, in ballast. Binsle wiJ Co., njrents. ''Nov. 22.— (}r.ifton,[siianier, from Sydney. W.K. Loch, heart, egeiit. DU\W:TIJRKS. Nov. 20.— Esperauza, brig-, Bain, for Melbourne, wilh I'Aitons coal. Nov. 20.— Spray, n-lmnner, CumminF, for Ailfla'de. Canto: I.jO tons o..nl. and \\ tons sheeting metal. Nov. ?MKialinlilset-ki--, u-hiniuvr, }ilaiic!i, for Adelaide, wilh 203 Ions can], Nov. 21.— Wiiralnli. steamer, for Wide Hay. Nov. 21.--Ni.tnl. lmrjue, ITS. M'.VIpin, 'for ficclong, with 3(KI tens cual. (Jen. Mitchell, afient. Nov. 21. — Mnmit.iin .Maid, brig, Watts, for Port Cooper, -\. '/.., with 'X0 tnns cnal. Nov. 22.— (irafton, strainer, forGr.iflon,{C. River. Nov. 21.Maripnsa, schooner, 211, Moore, for Melbourne, with 231 tons coal. W. IT. Wlivte. am'iit. Nov. 22.'— J.mp. schooner, li2, Mitchell, for Gcehap, with I8t tuns coal. (ien. Mitchell, a/jent. Nov. 22.— Fair Tasinniiinn. schooner. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

^Jfotice to Masters of Vessels Trading to the wi Port of Newcastle. 1 S tlie STEAM DREDGE is now at work if the 'A A Coal Channel, all vessels drawing undcxjuvPBff /£ tet water arc requested to use the Blind Tbjnnel . lien practicable, and ships of greater depth can S» only pass the ^dredge one hour before high water, |-r , then Jier roootipgs will be slacked down. 1ft WfiJO »? T. ALLAN, itt I/U&~ Harbour Master. 1 Newcastle, 15th November, IS61. * ~~~ STEAM TO SYDNEY. /J/jj) n lukt ^HK Australasian Stewr mvi r« JujJsKv gation Company's Steamers will leave °' Icffl^ljPk' Morpeth (calling at Newcastle), ry, ifSSsEBB^ until further notice, as follows : — _iI0 ^ND0A YS)coLtAiiov, Captain Mulhall, P. fHURSDAYSJ at 7 a.m. IIllalono,' Captain Adams, rilUDAYS. / at2P:'»- | I if aEORGE II. DIBBS & CO.,^J ? !'J Agents,* Scott-streejr'' JJi ' Newcastle, November 9, 1861. ' h»] ? ' ' ~' ' ? r n WANTED TO CHARTER J 10 'L- Vessels, for SYDNBJL MELBOUR^lv V j£n|^ ADELAIDtf-CajAGQ)...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

SINGLKTOX. Sinoleton, Nov. 21, 1801 — Vegetables nru very Rnnroc, new potatoes ore just uomin^ in and selling at three hnlf-pcnce per pound ('ahbagm not to be lmd, nor anything hardly of tho vegetable kind. Flour is selling at 15s. per 100-lba. for fine and four teen for seconds. Ueef, .'id, perlb. ; mutton, 5d. per Jb, ; pork, Cd. psr lb. ; and veal, Cd. per lb. Dm.i.AMBt and Huli.i Com. Company.— A com . pany under' tho above liesiViiatiini has recently been established for the jjiuuosu o^ working a coalmine in the Illitwarra.muuiHaitis, and of 'bringing it to the port of IJel Intnhi. Th' nnmimny h«r« purchanud about 000 acres of 1 iiul from Dr. O'lJrUmond Messrs. Somcrvillu. and Hlnck. Survnvs urn now Mug made for n locomotive railway, four miles lu length ; the rails which will weigh Mf, lbs. to the vard, were Kent for from Rnplunri by the last mail. The line will bo constructed under (the direction nl Mr. Weaver. It is intended shortly lo apply to Parlinmeut for a Rill to i.ico...

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MARKETS. NEWCASTLE, November 22, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 November 1861

M A 11 K B T S. NEWCASTLE, November 22, lSb'l. HtiRAO — 'Id. per 2 IB. loaf, for cash. . RuTciiKii's M.Ar. — Messrs. Hiekinbothmn and Tiglie report: — Wholesale: Beef, 12*. per 100 Uii. ; mutton, ill 3s. -id. per 100 lbs. Rutail : Beef, ; 3d per lb- ; mutton, Hi), per lb. ; steaks, Did. per 1U. ; pork and veal, Gd. per lb. r- - Vf.cibtabi.ks. — PoUtoes(o d), 0s. per cwt. j ditto -new, 109. per cwt. ; cabbages, per dozan, St, to 5s , very senrec ; peas, per peck, Is. (jd. ; broad beans, pfr peck, Is. ; turnips, per dozen bundles, 3«, to 4s. ; carrots, per dozen bundles, Us. to 4s. ; green onions, per dozen bundle1!, 2«. (it). t\\H-l AND DaIIIY PkOBUCC AND POULTRY, iCC. — Wholesale: Cheese, per lb., (id. ; butter, perjb.. Hid.; bacon, per Hi., '(1. ; eggs, per dozen, Is. ; fowls; per couple, 3s. Oil.; ducks, per couple, 4i. Oil. , tcul, pur couple. 3*. 6d. ; turkeys, per coupli', 12*.; ? pecao, prr couple, 12s.; pigeons, per pair, 2*. (id.; honey, per lb., 4-1. ? . Knurr, See. — Orang...

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