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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — Permit us, through the medium of your journal, to contradict certain false reports now current through Newcastle and its neighbourhood. The report current is, that one of our number, named Joseph Holmes, Ijas been discharged from the employ ot the Coal and Copper Com pany, for filling up a certain airway, and refusing to open the same without being paid for it. After licarine the above report, we held a meeting on the Gth instant, and sent a deputation of four miners into the tunnels to exa mine the airway in question, which they found not only open and perfect in every respect, and to be of the following dimensions, varying from 5 feet G inches to G feet wide, by 3 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 7 inches hiizh. This will show at once, that the above airway is considerably larger than the main airway, which is only 4 feet wide by 3 leet 2 inches high. Messrs. Keene and Beaumont, government inspec tors, were present at the same time as the abo...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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MAITLAND. RAILWAY EXTENSION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

MA1TLAND. RAILWAY' EXTENSION MEETING. On Thursday evening, in pursuance of advertisement to that efle.-t, a public meeting was hold at Mr. Fullford's, Royal Hotel, West Maitlaud, to take into consideration the propriety of forming a company for the purpose of constructing a branch line from the Great Northern Rail, way to Morpeth. The meeting, although advertised for half-past seven, did not take place till nearly an hour later, and even then the atteudar.ee appeared to be anything but numerous, not exceeding from 30 to 3~- persons. Mr. LtrscoMBr. having been unanimously voted to the chair, observed that, previous to proceeding further with the business of the meeting, it would, perhaps, be requisite to read to them the circular issued for the purpose of in viting public attention to the important subject before them. The document being accordingly read, thc chair man, remarked that,' as he believed the reasons therein stated' to be both logical and concise, it would be unneces sary...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

POSTPONEMENT OF THE SALE OF TUB ' M I N M 1 INN' To M ON D A Y, the 1 1th MARCH, In order to allow intending purchasers to inspect the property. To all parties who may be in want of a. Lucra tive Business or Desirable Investment. SIR. W. II. WHITE *- HAS received instructions from the owner, to sell by public auction, at the CALEDONIAN HOTEL, Newcastle, on MONDAY, the 11th of MARCH, 1861, at 12 o'clock sha p, that well-known property,, the , 'MINMI INN,' *- nun ill lull uuuv, uuu dimiuic ill I.I1V huui lolling township of Minmi, at the mouth of the celebra ted Minmi Col iery pits. The house con'ains eight room', spacious and well-fitted bar, and stands upon hnll'-an-acre ofground^^l'ho whole^_ is a lenaehold at a merely nom^axi_orouwp itr.NT, of which/fyfje ihec/ rornains sixty-two years unexpire/L/^h^lMn e^f thoroughly built of brick and wAijimpuf&faA&ia not likely to require any repTrtfs for many years. There are, * of course, stables, and all the necessary out bui...

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THE LAW OF LIBEL LIBELLOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

1 ? ^— ' ffillB LAW OF ftlBEL LIBELLOUS. Thc actual law of libel is orfo of thc most unwholesome of all the laws by which society is tormented. The law of libel regards, solely, the interests of tho individual, entirely ignoring regard for the interests of the common weal. Every one is forbidden to blame anyone— however justly, even though it should be for the good of all. While ovory one is permitted to praise anyone --however unjttstli/—even although it should be for tho evil of all. October 00, 1859. Colonel H. Cunton. The writers of these letters, of course, are alone respon sible Jor the sentiments or factt contained in them.

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THE GOLD FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

THE GOLD FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [by an old DiaarsR.] It his ulwiiyn appealed to mo thai the diggers of Now South Wales are, in their quoat of gold, much too apt to oanfine their rt'ajurchoti to creeks. Now, m in tho case of Bullaarat, Bendigo, Eng'e Hawk, Fryer's Craek, Jones' Creek, Forei-t Creek, and, in short, half a score of othors, it is well known that little or no gold was ever either sought for, or obtained from thMkBil ot the creeK itseit. ,\o, tha oreek had nothing wlnytevor to do with the discovery, furthor than ar its waters offered tlm necoisury facility for washing t4o dirt brought thither. It is all non- sense to tluombtquon the subjtc'. Gold, wo havo oveiy reason to beTftee, haa been placed within our roach by the agency (it Jlre ruthor than water. Thii litior may, Indeed, \y-ive very extonsivily assisted in detaching ijl 'Alia* 'the places of its original deposit, but ihat volcn.iio notion has born the primum mobile, or first mover in tho mutter, I have no more ...

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NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. Dav ivn n»TP j Moon's ' Forenoon Afternoon -— _L11__^I L_.i.A'iiL-. I __X!dc. ? Tide. ., 18(5J. I Days, i ii.m. : |h.m. Maroh 9.. Saturday. .. 27 8.19 j 8.45 „ 10.. 'Sunday ? 28 -l. 9 ' 9,33 „ 11.. Monday.... NewMn. 10.15 i 10.35 ' iHXue?da-v'-- ' ! M-55 '?** „ 13.. | Wednesday. 2 11.34 11,53 „ ? I4..;TlinrMlajr'..j 3 ! 12.12 12,30 ., 15.. Friday ? 4 ' 12.50 1.10 ., 16.. (Saturday...! 5 ! 1.30 i 150

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

ff^pV STEAM TO SYDNEY. BoP ''i The Australasian Steam Navi Vfon'i *.«g|. gation Company's St amers will leave f 'H ^1^^ MOBPETH (calling .t NEWCASTLE^, mijf -sP* until furthe^DQjift?. -I *'.£ W— S Icoli^V, CnpUin Mulhall, «, nJ gpNESDAYS \ lLLJ,ONo/taptam Adams, Win. If' 3E0RQE R. DtBBS & CO., 'g.J* J Agents, Scott-street. md?5 gjgrtle. March. 1801. ? owSifejraB* to CHAWTER, vessels for the fol MSp^*w-pPorttv/ ' / I »t«,P iirfetBOtBN/ySAN FRANCISCO, / j«.'r Jn^WCiaAND. N/. ,a3fP**ltal^ ' /eob^ tully & co., guiliji. Sobtt at«Balton streets, Newcastle. bom I iiflwh 1. 1801. / ? ^*^ ? i&jIffANTED, to CHAyTEfeKja Suip, to carry -I*aI» 10'' tons coaflw /Sajprrancisco ; and . a ''aft/M »bout 150 tons ropsta^Toif A uckland. / iril|Hliwh 1,1861. / ^ Watt-street. ''''ferANTED, to CHARX£jj^ve#ols, from 150 to orapiiw* 30° tollB' fo*Gwy2wL\ND nnd Meu ie tVjfiniRE. For furtliet^aft^uiaAVJlply to I on Stj feEyRGETtrDIBBS & COM d ,'uffaCB8tle' UtMarcy 1861. ? wtonf...

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THE MURDER ON BOARD THE VREDE, AND THE NECESSITY FOR A WATER POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

THE MURDER ON BOARD THE VREDE.AND THE NECESSITY FOR A WATER ? POLICE FORCE. TnERK is n dark mystery lumps ovor this affair, wliioh time, and thc mentis hitherto employed, hove fnilod (o throw nny light, upon. We have previously adverted- to this matter, with a view to drnw public attention to it, and ngnio revive tho subject, from a conviction that doopena upon nsuoction, that a toul immior has bcon committed, with the slenderest prospeot of iU perpetrators being detected and brought to justice. Sineo all local effort has failed to un ravel the mystery, or afford any olue towards t!s elnoidutioo, wo entertain some hope, that the I govern m ant may be induced to take the matter in hand, and adopt such measures in regard to it, as will be calculated to clear up all doubt on the one hand, or lead, on the other, to the dis covery of the guilty parties to this diabolical transaction, who have thus left a bloodstain on the community in which it has occurred, and a reproach on Its authorit...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. warcn o.— Wnratah, steamer, from Sydney, fcperanza, nnjr. JSi, M'Kay. from Sydney. Vistula, schooner, 133, Cnlbert, froTn Sydney. March 7.— Telegraph, andUrara, steamers, from Sydney. Linn, borqne, 216, Sinclair, from Wellington, N.Z. Echo, schooner, 21, from Lord Howe's Island. Rialto, barque, S()Z, Currip, from Melbourne. Prince Arthur, barque. 420, 1 oung. from Adelaide. I.conidas, barque, 225, Allardyce, from Melbourne. ? ' March 8.— Anne and Maria, brig, 263, Murray, from Melbourne. Rebecca, barque, 190, Marsh, from Mel. bourne. Martha Ellen, schooner, 124, Hurlev, from Mel. bourne. Monarch, barque, 215, Jamieson, from Sydney. liiien Mmpson. Darque, 2H7, Pool, rrnm Melbourne. Wil liam Watson, barque, 88+., Pendleton, from Melbourne. Tyra, brip, 276, M'Lellnnd, from Melbourne. Robert and Betsy, schooner, I-H). Heel, from Melbourhe. .rane, schoo. »er, B2, Gregory, from Melbourne. DRPAnTUKP.fi. . March 4.— JvtHermont, schooner, Stevens, for Melbourne, with 23t ...

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Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING MARCH 8, 1861 :— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

-£ruort nf -CoaU Week endinq March 8, 1801 :— A. A. Company.— Sydney, 38 tons ; Melbourne, 155* tons; New Zealand, 140 tons ; foreign ports, 143 tons; steamers, 385 tons. Total, 2260 tons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

Hoi.t,o-rAY's Ointment and Pills.— Palpitation.— Shortness of Breath— Dropsy.— This last named disease is commonly preceded by irregular notion of the heart, and (limcult respiration; whioh symptoms are always severo, and over go from bad to worse, unless proper means of cure are resorted to. In Ilolloway's unrivalled Ointment and Pills the dropsicat patient will ever fiind succour; the pre sent reliel derived from the use of these remedies is marvel lously quick, and perseverance in- the steady application of this noble Ointment, invariably results in a lasting and satisfactory cure. They act with such energy »n tho cir. culation and absorbent system, that the dropsical fluid vanishes, and the sufferer finds all the oppressive symptoms daily dceline, till natural health returns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

NOTICE TO COBRESPONDENTS. The exceeding length of 'Ventilator of Abuse's' com municatiorf has compelled us to divide it ; the remainder will, of course, be given next week, together with two or three other communications, of which the want of space enforces the omission.

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

I Ml At T.M 'To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. ,^IR— Agreeable to promise, ['tender a tew remarks res. IHingthc surprise ao often expressed, that the late conduct na Moffatt, Esq., attorney.at.law, and described by .(lrJames, could.' by any possibility, be permitted. Let me uJjaire what has implanted such a feeling in our minds? Jit because we live under a glorious constitution, the con jjht boast nf Englishmen, or is it because our code of !Tniiso very voluminous, and acknowledged to be the by it of all the nations of the world, or is it because we have ' ependent and enlightened judges, 'men with transcend. ' legal attainments and great learning ? I grant that our ;anI cation and associations are likely to encourage a belief n j fieir efficacy, but however excellent or satisfactory the |Uj( last, experience shows us that they are not sufficient of nro mselves to prevent or cure existing wrongs; and as to ,|'|n first, I must briefly dispel the allusion. Wo often hear ;_l it...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. AN EVENING HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. AN EVENING* HOUR. 'Twas such au hour as fills the breast With thoughts of those we love ;— Of those with whom we once were blest — Now sever'd far as east from west, Or earth from heaven above. It was a summer's eve — the scene In mazes colours glow'd — And where I stood might well have been, So lovely look'd it all and green, Some spirits soft abode. The foseit kings above my head S. Their branches had entwin'd— \ . And underneath my feet was spread A carpet softer to the tread, |]r Than ever art designed. /I/' Now qnivcr'd on tho browAr night, The star which loves tasfiine ; The first of albfik soMfof light— The star iMflfuett/o mortal sight — Of rest tne wllcoj/ie sign. And here\[ /Wfil aught could bring Those^eyrlgs back to me, Such asTn youths delightful spring I lov'd to own, I joy'd to sing — I'll strike the lyre for thee. Australia for the poet through The world might roam before He'd find a land of lovelier hue Than that. which rises on his view When first ...

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Newcastle Police. SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

tlcmcastle Police. sATimmv. (Before Mr. Scott. P.M.) David Thomas, seaman, belonging to the brig Clarendon, was sent 48 hours to the lock-up, for absence, without leave from his vessel, 'on the 1st instant. — John Hanson, sea man, was fined 5s., or 24 hours in the cells, for being drunk in Blanc-street, on the 1st instant.— George Pillgren, sea man, was fined 4s. for disorderly conduct on board his vessel, the brig Clarendon, on the 2nd instant, and, in de. fault, 48 hours in the cells]; the same party was detained on an allegation that he was of unsound mind, but after ex amination, Dr. Morgan certified that he was not insane. MONDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M., and Mr. Scaver, J.P.) William^Newbon, farmer, for being_ drunk^ in Wntt.street, on the 2nd instant, was fined 10s., or in default, 48 hours in the lock-up. George Vale, labourer, was brought up as a person with out visible or lawful means of support, and was admonished and discharged.— James Johnson labourer, was also brought ...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

1 4 To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. . sin— I see in tftclydney papers, an advertisement BBj, salesman at the Borehole Co-opertttivo Societies' store,rtf I beg to ask, throuf(^'our valuable journal, why Ujjj, should go to tho expenco of advertising when they nut,, salesman already appointed ; and, further, to pui otHJ, poor men to the expence of coming from Sydney awjtlijL where, to make a personal application to the chainn^j This is far from tho principles oi co-operation and March 5, 1861. JUSTICE

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. So tha Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin— Before taking notice of the rise of rum and the early-closing movement, as promised last week, I must tako notice of -.two communications, whloh have appeared in your lasHssw, namely, that of 'Ponderer' and 'Extin. guisher. As tl» pages of the broadsheet is not the place for entering intrf any religious controversy, nor for sermon writing, I will make no attempt at sermon writing; I will make no attempt at quoting scripture, which, I am given to understand, his satanio mnjusty can do with case and flu oncv, nor wr exiioriauun, leaving wai 10 iiiose wno arc paid for it, or who, like ynu.r correspondent, are afraid that the feebleminded might be led out of thc way by common sense. With respect to the first part of your ' esteemed correspondent's' letter, I have only to nay, that, if ho be the religious person ho pretends to be, he should follow the paths of peace, and not try to rip up old sores, and cause a paper war on a...

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THE CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTORS OF THE PIT TOWN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. (Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.). [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

( fTHE CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTORS OF » or pit TOWN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. ''^W^'tPtr favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) . 'IBfaiTLEMBK— As an individual interested in tne suc 'J r*'miof the co-operative principle as applied to the various ii_ei«tion» of the working classes, and especially in the \ Bin which you originally proposed to demonstrate to ? u?K»ple of this district the applicability of the principle ,'_e distribution of the necessaries of life,— I am neces wttinxious that the integrity of the principle and the ! '?Kforof my class fhould alike be maintained. These, in '.ffKninion, have, to some extent, been endangered, if I am u^KMtly informed, by your late proceedings. 1 address ?°_elf to you in order to elicit information on the subject, 'Bin the hope of inducing the shareholders to demand a ^fiough investigation of this matter, I will state the facts 1*11 b«e heard them. First, then, I am told that you ^Wi discharged Mr. Mollat and given him a 'receipt in ,' Jjlof all demand...

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(Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 March 1861

(Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) Mr. Ponderer — Sir — In your letter to the editoi the Chronicle of the 23rd, you make aoino remarks one answer to Mr. Caun, and somo allusions on the writinn Mr. Paine, and I feel conscientiously bound to reply tew remarks you mako on ine j for the. allusions to Mr. ?tnt $U4 answer you from his own works. You say tho iw of his belief is to vilify the revelation God has W pleased to make to man for his guidance in this pn» tionary state. This I beg leave most emphatically tow on my own part, and Mr. Paine will deny it in lno oi wojds. Palne's works/ pago 25't— 'Tho word of Ow :Ue creation we behold f and this word of God rcvealeti man all that in neceasary.for man to know of hia_ cte»t- Do we want to contemplate his power? We see it in u immensity of his oreation. Do. we-want to eonlerfipU ms wisdom? We see it in the 'unchangeable order ? qpnich the incomprehensible whole is governed^ Do' want to contemplate his munificence? We see it .in' abu...

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THE RISCA COLLIERY EXPLOSION [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

THE RISOA COLLIERY EXPLOAllS IN tbe account of this fearful calamity, mM ; on the 9th instant, we omitted the folloV&y-' of names; it includes, we believe, thewb.) the sufferers— at least, as far as could fc ^/' tained : — ? . I 1 D»rid Jenkins, aged 29, married, Glatnorgiaintl 2 Edward English, aged 40, married, ihrcedSfl Durham. !tS 3 William Jones, aged 42, married, one chili llJl mouthshire. ^ '*| 4 John Harris, aged 32, married, Monmnuthibn, 1 5 James Hammond, aged 25, single, Shropshire, Ii C John Crew, aged 2C, married, one child, Glens/' shire. 2 7 Joshua Binding, aged 37, single, Somereetiliire. I. 8 Elijah Binding, aged 30, married, SomencUhut V 9 Enoch Binding, aped 31, single, SomerseUbiti,' I ] 10 James Lewis, aged 41, married, four cbil ilrcaj F.- I Somersetshire. \ i 1 1 George Lewis, aged 10, single, Sorni'rEetsnire.f 5 ' * 12 Charles Hale, aged 34, single MorSnautlisliue. ' '. 13 George Robins, aged 38, married, four children l'( mouthshire. ' ] 14 Edwin Hol...

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