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Per favor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

Per favor of tlie Newcastle Chronicle. Mr. Student— Sik— You sny the meaning of the prophecy contained in lstThess, ?Je., 15 and l(iv., is, that ' the dead will arise from their graves, and take precedence of those that are alive in ascending to meet the coming of the Lord in the clouds.' This is the view Christians take of it. But you proceed to say ' this prophecy is in the first person and present tense, therefore it was to happen during the lifetime of St. Paul.' It is not the first time infidels have cavilled at the Scriptures on philological grounds. Mr. Paine endeavoured to impugn the authenti city of the books of Moses. He cays :— ' Moses could not be the author, because the writer speaks in the third person.' It may not be inappropriate here to quote the reply of one who once enjoyed (if I may call it so) the au tocrasy of a free thinker, hut who was afterwards led to a knowledge of the truth. Suppose I should argue thus, and say— ' Caesar's Commentaries, or Xenophon's Anab...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. Commencing February 23, and ending March 2, 1801. r-.~ unn.^c Moon's Forenoon Afternoon »ay amp Date. Ace. Tide. Tide. 1801. I Days. h.m. ' h.m. Feby. 23.. (Saturday... 13 HM 9.21 „ 24. . Sunday .... 1+ . 9.43 10. 8 „ 25.. Monday.... 15 10.25 10.-W „ 20.. Tuesday... lfi 11. G 11/25 „ 27.. Wednesday. 17 11« J2.fi „ 28. . Thursday .. 18 11.23 12.41 March 1.. Friday ? 19 I 1.20 „ 2.. 'Saturday...! 20 Ml ' 1.20

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

jj .',»? ,„ Steam to Sydney. -'1 £.??;!,.'. Thb Australasian Steam Navi 1 (»mffiw gation Company's Steamers will leave j}Mw^t '*orpeth (calling o^NewcasiIle), e^M^Sf until further^iotice. / ^ I MONDAYS |coi/^o^'CM(binMull»all, JHURSDAYS ]&yJTpi a-m- JUESDAYS 1lLiAL^,fcaWain Addams, Fridays J A' 2 o^fock p.m. 3E0RGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-strcet. iflWcattle, February 1. lap I. ? WANTED, on CHAjtf&jll, vessels for tlie/fol lowing VV&*X#/y I Sydno^JJflUKmrne, Adelaide, vj m/UyMew^ealnnd. ' Application ts/yfl // ? r P// &*ipRGE TULLY & CO., // Scott and iBoltou streets, Newcastle. Ifiih JanuaryjJBfil. ? PATENT SLIPj&TefCKTON.-T-Thc un- ' X dersigned is p/CffiVmt^b take vessels upon the SDo (to remain 8ixWup&i«-r temporary repairs) and tofwnch the saiwjp/oa^per ton register, and Cdl ttr ton per day wi)i dttgsy II f // JAMES SCOTT\/ Newcastle, 14th September, 1SC0. ? FOUND, in the Channel, and on the Oyster Bank One an...

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

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Feb. 15. — Northern Light, schooner, 81, Tobin, from Sydney. Feb. 20.— Waratah, steamer, from Sydney. Feb. 22. — Rainbow, steamer, from Sydney. Success, , barque, 289, Macalister, from Melbourne. Hargraves, -. schooner, 171, Henderson, from Sydney. 1 DEPARTUKRS. \- Feb. 16.— Hebe, brig, M'Burney, for Port Cooper, N.Z. vwith 300 tons coal. Frowning Beauty, barque. Anderson for Auckland, N. Z., with 471 tons coal. Squaw, brig Moulton, for Melbourne, with 230 tons coal. Feb. 19. — General Jessup, barque, Noone, for Melbourne, with 220 torn coal. Feb. 20.— Waratah, steamer, for Wide Bay. Feb. 21. — Alma, schooner, Dow, for Melbourne, with 242 tons soal. Prince Patrick, schooner, Archer, for Mel bourne, with 180 tohs coal. Gil Bias, brig, Langley, for Sydney, with 72 logs ironbark, and 10 tons bones. Urara, steamer, for Grafton. Northern Light, schooner, Tobin, for Melbourne, with 150 tons coal. Telegraph, steamer, for Brisbane. Feb. 22.— Highland Lassie, brig, M'Kell...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 February 1861

MARRIAGES. On the 16th instant, by the Rev. W. J. Dean it the re-   sidence of Mr. G. Wrightson, Mr. George David Wright- son, engine driver, of Bull-street, and late of Wickham, Durham, England, to Miss Shirma Hamlyn, of Brook- street, and late of Drewslington, Devonshire, England. On the 18th instant, by special license, at St. John's Church, Newcastle, by the Rev. B. E. Shaw, B.A., Richard Henry, second son of Richard Henry Barrett, of Middlesex, surveyor, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Henry Bennett, of Newcastle. English papers, please copy. DEATHS. On the 18th instant, at her residence, Newcastle, the wife of Henry Chaff, of a daughter, which only survived a few minutes.   On Friday, 22nd instant, at her residence, Wolfe-street, Eliza Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. John Broughton aged 33 years.     The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

REGISTRATION. the tvbjuined Tables show the Number of Births, Deaths, and- Marriages, in each Quarter of the Year* 1857, 1858, 1859, and 1860, in the District of Newcastle. ? BIRTHS. ? 1857 1858 185Q 186(1 IncreaiE Decrease. T~ ? l857- : ? 185B- ? }S59' l8b0- I 1860 over 1859. I860 over 1859. | °-''*^Ti!i 1 ill i if in It j f i ll 31st March ? 35 40 75 ' 42 « 85 39 40 79 45 M r8 G 3 9 ? 9 30th June ? 33 36 69 j 43 47 90 53 37 90 53 62 115 .. 25 25 ? 25 30th September. . 48 52 100 | i6 39 85 W 38 82 60 65 125 14 29 43 ? 43 31st December... 44 25 70 40 40 SO 41 52 j 93 Si 441 100 13 .. 13 .. 6 6 7 ? | ? | ? Total ? 161 153 314 17HG9 340 ll'9 165 1344 1212 216 428 ' ? I .. ! .. Showing an increase of 1860 over 1859 of 84, being 58 more than the increase of 1858 orcr the preceding year, which was 26. ' ? j ? ? DEATHS. ? * 1857. J858. 1859. 1860. [ Increase. Decrease. f Quarter. Ending. ||^||a||^4|3-!||^ | | 5 | 318t March ? 30 15 45 11 9 20 29 13 42 20 18 38 ' .. 5 5 9 .. 9 4 30th June....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

pAUTION.— All cpods manufactured 1 . \J us, bgtnt oniyiinnie/legiU/y stumped on the and nei'sonsjrro c/uUonm ngnijnst the inferior artiol such as %f£g, &|£whJbh nr/oft^jXild as our ma] ? either separately, or rmxcd./itlroi/cr goods. IIAli and ALDKRSPN, ? fa\, Elizabeth-street, Sydney, Newcastle -.—Printed and published by theProprwl H. iM'Dioken and J. Baker, at the Ckron General Printing Office, Bolton.stteet. Saturt . March 2, 1861,

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Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING MARCH 1st 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

? , CrWt *f €oal\ Week F.Nnitoo Mai\ch 1st 1861 :— A. A. Company.— \Sydney,\865 tons j Melbourne, 1930 tons s'1 Tasmania, 240 tonB i foreign ports, 560 tons ; steamers, 70 tons. Total, 2569 tons.

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TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. On Tuesday evening, the 19th February, the usual weekly meeting was held, and the attendance was very good, the audience consisting chiefly of those who evidently appreciated the subject of the lecture, and who frequently testified their approbation of the eloquent discourse during its delivery. Dr. Brookes, as president of the society, having taken the chair, briefly introduced the lecturer, Ur. Macnish, who then proceeded to say that, as his discourse on the present occasion was a continuation of the one pre viously delivered on the 'Antiquity of Drunken nes ,' he should require to revert to it briefly in order to connect the subject in the minds of his hear ers. After these preliminaries, he said : — We will not here attempt to prove what has been over and over again shown to be beyond the possibility of con tradiction—what indeed no one can doubt, that drunken and crime— that the public-house is the most frequent and nearest road to the jail. Nor need we lab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Quinsy, Sore Throat, and Dipthorln.— With the foggy ,clnmp winter even, ings tho human throat becomes subject to many .diseases, particularly inflammation and ulcurationrv.ln quinsy or inflamed throat, Holloway's Ointment well rubbed- upon the top of the ehest and round the throat, after those- parts have boon bathed in warm salt and water and dried, has a wonderful power in checking the inflammation and remov ing all tho unplcasnntness and dangers' caused by quinsy. Holloway's Pills should be taken at tho same time as icy relieve the goucral fever.

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THE MORPETH BRANCH RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

THE MORPETH BRANCH RAILWAY. The conclusion at which the House arrived on this question on Thursday, February 21st, was one of the most healthy, signiGcant, and satis factory of the whole session ; and the unequi vocal majority by which the opinion of the House was expressed, must have convinced the Minister of Works of the untenable nature of the propo sition he had the hardihood to submit to them. Hardihood because it was in direct contravention of a resolution of the House previously and de liberately arrived at, determining against ttie question of branch lines being undertaken at the public cost whilst the trunk lines of the colony remained unmade, and which, on every hand, were deemed indispensible to the advantageous opening up of the remote interior. We there fore accept this vote as much more valuable on account of the opinion it expresses on this head, and for the principle embodied, than for any pe cuniary consideration involved in the question. Having always regarded this...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY. The Hotine went into committee of supply on Thursday, 21st February. Mr. Arnold said, he would ask the committee for £20,000 for the construction of u branch line of rail way to Morpeth. He hoped honorable members would not allow preconceived opinions to sway their judgment on this subject. Jt was desirable the work ahould be done, and done by Government. There was most c nclusive evidence to show that this work would prove highly beneficial. The honorable mem ber proceeded to support his position by reference to particular data. Morpeth was, he said, the natural terminus of traffic as the head of navigation. The proposed line had been surveyed by private enter prise, and the estimated cost was under £20,000. The country was almost a dead flat, and it wou'd, if constructed, be the cheapest railway in the country. If a private company were to form this line, with the advantages of the Government line joining it, they would realise large prof...

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STOPPAGE OF THE COAL AND COPPER COMPANY'S WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

STOPPAGE OF THE COAL AND COPPER COMPANY'S WORKS. Information has reached us that the Coal and Copper Company's men employed at the tunnels had, in consequence of a' dispute about the dis charge of one of thoir .number/ all struck work. The cause of this dispute is said to have arisen through the manager having 1,'iven the usnal no tice to a man of the name of Holmes to leave the works at the expiration of tho notice. The day or so previous to tho expiration of the fort night's warning, the men, it appears, hold a meeting and sent a deputation to tho manager requesting him to withdraw the notice, whioh was not compliod with. Another meeting was subsequently held, at whioh an ultimatum was agreed to, that, iu the event or* the said notice not being withdrawn, every man,was prepared to strike work. In tho meantime, one of the direc tors of the company having arrived from Sydney, this ultimatum wns submitted to him, and, upon his refusal to accede to the terms demanded, all further oper...

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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

COLONIAL SUMMARY. A correspondent of the Illawarra Mercury states, that several parties from the newly-discovered Gulf diggings have recently visited Moruya and made en couraging- reports of the golden prospects held out in that locality. A great deal of excitement is said to prevail in consequence, and parties, accompanied by pack-horses, arc continually hurrying away m the direction of this new field of enterprise. The Ballarat 77mm states that, of the 166,560 per sons inhabiting the large area over which tho Victo rian gold fields extend, no less than 124,891 are dwellers in tents, three-fourths of which consist of but a single apartment. Here is amount of work in store when these shall betake themselves to settled habitations. The influenza has broken out with much virulence in the neighbourhood of Wurnambool and Port Fairy. xim Victorian diggers at Mount Ararat are en gaged in the construction of vast res-rvjirs, which, when completed and filled by the winter rains, wil enable ...

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THE SHIP NORNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

THE SHIP NORNA. This unfortunate vessel has obtained an unen viable notoriety in these colonies, and notwith standing the oonviotion of -thAaolinquents who were the oause of it, her troubles Jiave not ended there. Sinoe the vessel has Beenx^D this port, one of the lascars, Burdeen, hasVteen so ill that his life has been despaired of, anaVthe vessel has been detained beyond her time in -consequence. This Burdeon, it may be remembered, was in the infirmary in Sydney, in oonsequence of tho ill-usage of captain Crawford and his mate Anto nio Charles. This man, however, had so far re oovered, that captain Wilscivwho has been ap pointed to the Norna, brought him down to New castle and put him on board wUh, the remainder of his countrymen. Within aTshort period of his arrival here he suffered a relapse. Dr. Mor gan was oalled in and attended to him with great assiduity, but for some time entertained no hopes of his recovory. Apprehending his death, Mr. Soott, ourpolioo magistrate^ w^nt on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Press of matter compels us to leave over tho somewhat longthy communication of 'Vontllator' and'VerltaB!'' they shall, howevur, meet with duo attention in our next.

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NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. n.v mn nATP Moon's Forenoon Afternoon JJAY APIS) liATbi A«« T*J T'J ____^__ ? Aoe. Xide. lide. 1861. Days. h.m. h.m. March 2.. Saturday... 20 1.41 1.20 „ 3.. Sunday.... 21 1.2 1.24 „ ♦.. Monday.... 22 1.48 3.12 „ 5.. Tuesday... 28 3.41 4.11 „ 6.: Wednesday. 2* 4.47 5.23 „ 7.. Thursday .. 25 6.2 6.40 „ 8.. Friday..... 26 7.16 7.49 „ 9 . . Saturday... 27 8.19 8.45

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

I STEAM TO SYDNEY. I I i The Australasian Steam Navi i ^yikltfbi Ration Company's Steamers will leave I' WMJffl!&- Morpbtii (calling at Newcastle), I' El§ii__i^ until further Notice. I TUESDAYS XcoAjJor/Gntain Mulhkll, (WEDNESDAYS n/Al0Nofcaptam A^8- SATURDAYS / «t 7 o'clock a.m. 3E0RGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street. Newcastle, March, 1861. ? ?K TTTANTED, to CHARTER, vessels for the fol W lowing ports — ~y / . MELBOURNE, SmFRANCISCO, ?/ and AUCjtlAN#. W Application to / -'/ /) T ! GEORGE toJLLY & CO., j Scott and Bolton streets, Newcastle. j March 1, 1861. ' ? W 'ANTED, to CHARTER, a Suip, to carry 1000 tons coa\frfi SJan^Francisco ; andl a vessel, nbout-150 tons re*st«^ibr Auckland. I I GrWtiyvfllYTE, -1 March 1,1861. f ? Wott-street7 W 'ANTED, to CHARTER, vessels, from 150 to 300 tons, for Jtw^Zbaland and Mel bourne. For fuilheM»aWrciu-K»pnpply to j .'?' GE^TlGai/ll. DIBBS & N|. ,' '. Newcastle, 1st MarcA 1861. ? f STEAM -TUG_^TAMAK.' THE und...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 2 March 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. . Feb. 22.— Natal, barque, K£, M'Alpin, from Melbourne 1 Yarra, schooner, 14Ii°Fklaysdb, from Melbourne. Drover ! brig, 174, Patten, from Geelorlg. Matador, barque, 249, | ' Lovett, from Melbourne..' Pearl, schooner, 146, Faliu, from Melbourne. Macclesfield, schooner, 1 13, Ross, from Mel. | bourne. ! Feb. 23.— C. F. Lessing, brig, 251, Lessing, from Mel. t bourne. Raven, American ship, 712, Nye, from Geelong. ' Adolphus, schooner, 120, Scott, from Melbourne. Prince j Albert, brig, 98, Aldred, from Melbourne. Douglas, schoo. | ner, 93, Mearns, from Melbourne. Gem, schooner. 100, l Duthie, from Melbourne. j Feb. 24.— William Hill, brig_, 109, Lenevu, from Geelong ? Mary Ann, schooner, 137, Greig, from Geelong. Launces. 1 ton, barque. 328, Robertson, froiff Melbourne. Viceroy, j schooner, 156, Nicolson, from, Melbourne. Venture, brig. i *?(. f lauuiBt iiuiii jueiuuuroiu neauier Den, angi too, M'Eachern, from Melbourne. Clarendon, briR, 158, Doble, ; from Taranaki, ...

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