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

Promotion is tiic Royal Navy. — The present mail brings out the information that lieut.' Scavcr, late shipping master at this port, has been promoted to the rank of captain iii the royal navy, for .10 years active service, and the royal medal, for the various naval engagement!) ;i which he was present. The friends of captain Scavcr will bs glad to hear of his good fortune, and we wish he mav be spared many years in the enjoyment of his newly ac quired honours. Wn perceive 'that commissioners to represent Queens-, land, in the great exhibition of 1802, have been appointed, and that our late and esteemed representative, Arthur Hodgjon, Ksq., in conjunction with Alfred Denison, and. (I. M. .Marsh, 12*qs., has been honoured with the appoint ment, to reprcset.t this newly-formed and important terri tory, at the great exhibition. DniiADFUf. Suicide.— We learn from the Maitland Mercury, of Thursday last, that Mr. Archibald l-rwin, brother of Dr. Invin, of Newcastle, committed suicide, at h...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

M.MTI.AND CIRCUIT COURT. (From the Maillaml Mercuru.) This court opened on the 1 Ith insr., before lu- donor Mr. JtHtico Wirp. Sir Williun Manni'is; luinded in the comrnisfion from tho ndmmis'ratorof the govern ment, undir- which he conducted tha prosecutions for the crown. nousp. iiur.ARtNd. Joseph Steel wua convicted of breaking into tlm homo of John Hunt, at West Miiitland, on tho 14th Febrmrv, witli intent -o -teal, and sentenced ti two yeari,1 impiisohment and h ird liibour, in Darlinghurst gnol. RKOGIVINO STOLEN PHOPntlTV. Willinm Winter wbr indicted for breaking nnd en tering (lie dwuliiiig-Kou'e nf Arthur Holgsnn, at ?Vool'o unooloo, on tho 17th May, 1SC0, nnd stealing therefrom a qunntily of silver plnte, value £3(1, to gether with nn clectro-p'tited toast ruck, Tho indict ment contained two count-', the second charging tl|-* prisoner with receiving tho aimc, knowing it tn be itilon.; Tho evidence of a ' guilty knowledge' on the part of (lie prisoner whb hi ulenr as dny'igh...

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Newcastle Police. SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

tlciDttigtU VoVue. - SATURDAY. f Before Mr. Scott. P.M.) William Slynaral, seaman, was sentenced to 1 wc ,'ks' im prisonment iu Maillnnd gaol, with hard labour, for wilful disobedience of lawful commands on board the ship Dragon, on the 15th instant— William Dawsonand ICbyxer King, two other seaman belonging to the same vessel, were alto sentenced to 4 weeks' imprisonment for a similar offence. William Pitt, farmer, wns fined 5s., or 21- hours in the lock-up, for being drunk and disorderly, on the loth hut— John Styles, labourer, was fined 20s., or -tS bourse in the cells, for being drunk nnd disorderly, on the 15th instant.— Mary Ami Kettridge, a married woman, wns fined 'Mta., or 48 hours in the lock-up, for being drunk and disorderly in Ihill. street, on the 1.5th instant. MON'I-\Y. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M., and Mr. Oeaver, J.P.) Thomas Gilkslou, seaman on board the ship Dragon, was sent to Mnitlnml gaol with hard labour for one month, for wilful disobedience of lawful commands on...

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Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING MARCH 22, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

Qcruort of Con I. Wi;i:k. r.s'.iiisn. \f.Aiinn 22. IKlil ?- . A'. A. Companv.— Sydney, 203 ton* : .\relbt)iirn:, 1202 tons : South Australia, DO!) tons; New Zealand, 20*3 tons ; steamers, 81 ton*.. Totul,. 2U13 tons.. ? C. \sd C. Companv.— Sydney, 1031 tons ; Melbourne 23- tons ; fjreigaporU, 230 tons ; steamer?, 570 tons. Total 208.S tons.

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. The Northam's Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

ENGLISH AND FOKEIGN INTKi.M GENCE. Thj Northam's Sfarl. Tiir. arrival of the Balcluihs, at Adelaide, with the Nor.h-un's mMI, w,»s teiegrnphe 1 tn Sydney on Fri day ln-f. In addition to other intelligence conveyed through tho sami medium, ' we loi'ti that tho now Governor Sir JoUm Younjr, accompair'ed by his ladv, hm arrived. The great domestic topic of the imn'h Ii m benn tlir. unnir.'illaled siveritv of the weather! The sufferings which Irive been endured by the poor s'n.'n Christmas are said to be .indescribable. The thermometer in December last registered in many places 14 below zero. The ctret tt in London and all the largo mnnufactur'ng towns have been con-tantly paraded hy mns es of unfortunate labouring men, feeing nwifiUnca fir the'r hungry famiiosB^The mortality of the metropolis for the week ending- 19th January, reached close upon 200. M jor-gencral P.att, commandor of ihe f.^ces in New Zenlnnd, i-i superseded by the appointment of m«jorgenoral Cameron to the above respo...

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

Stationery, Books Wrapping Paper; -'?& I npHE undersigned have always 'on hand, alsij, 1 ;?*? supply of superior stationery, account bM»' wrapping paper, &c., which they import direct Job I London^ consisting of— / : 1 Writing papers, envelonfig^fredding nnd other fitiij t stationery, surve^Ay jtni iwigineers-:dri»ii| f papers, tracing papeAyhnd /^lico ; drnwjqg^ I terials, mathemajM/ instruments, CH AET1 ill AND NAUTICWy smpNERY, chmtlrj services, prayer bo/ks, farnify and pocket biblo I in various bindings, school books and idido] ? stationery,-, nlb/nis, portfolios, scrap Kiih, ? manifold writers, copying presses, copyi{i» ' books, and other requisites, music books mJ ;' paper, violin and violcnccllp strings. - . '?* XV R A P P I N G P APERS, ' Imperial, hag cap, royal hand, single and double \ demy, double crown, and double email htni ' wrapping papers^ ? 7 _ STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED. v\'; BOOKS, PERIODICALS, AND ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS received by Overland Mail, and del...

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NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEER RIFLES. ELECTION OF FIRST LIEUTENANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

NnVVCASTLR VOLUNTfiEllAlPLKS. ELECTION OP FIRST LI f Ut^rAST.' A MnnTiNo for this purpose, convened by circular nnd iidvoitisemcut, was held at the court-house, on Tuesday evening, 18th instant, captain Bolton in the chair. There were only two, candidates for the office, Mr. Dibb-, and Mr. brown. Mr. MnauiNOTov, in rising to propose a candi date for the oflice of first lieutenant, felt sure that he need say very little on behalf of his candidate, as he was so well known to most of the members of the corns, and also as he had stood for the oflice of first lieutenant when captain Bnlton was elected. 'He would, therefore, without any further remark, propose Mr. George Kichii-dDibbs as t.ieir first lieu tenant. ? ? Mr. .r.mns Mrtzihc, in seconding the nomination of Mr. Dibbs for the office of first lientenair., felt tlpt a little explanation was neccssa y on Inn part, 'ASnt the previous ele tiVnrfor a 'first lieutenant he had strongly opposed Mr. Dibbs. Ho would there fore state, lhat a...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

To the lulltor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sue --Through the medium of your columns, I beg (o direct attention to the present state of tho steamer wharf. At present it is our confused mans of old iron, salted hides, casks of tallow, and other packages, arranged in no sort of order, but flung togethsr in the most slovenly manner. When the steamer arrives, the front of the wharf is cram mml tin with ilr.iv4. no ti.it ll Is left fur uasscnirers to reach the steamers, anil it is perfectly disgraceful to sec ladies and children obliged to pick their way through this con fused mass, tearing their dresses and soiling their clothes in their endeavours to reach or leave the steamer. Nor is this the only annoyance to which travellers are subject. The sole approach to the steamer is by the forepart of the vessel, and all passengers, in order to reach the poop, must pass hy the heels or noses of any liorses that may lie on board, as well as step through the accumulation of filth usually collect...

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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

CX)LONIAL SUMMARY. Cedar. — A valuable discoveiy has been made of nn extensive forest of the very finest cedar, on the Forth Arm of the Clarenc.-'. . Already -30,000 feet have been towed up to the Elbow, and two other rafts are ready. There i« a regular net-work of creeks ranging from the North Arm, all navigable, and we have no doubt iba(, when tbe land bill becomes law, the country on the bank* of ihefe etrecina will be. oaf erly token up. — Clarinet Examiner. Tub Golf Diooinos.'— The I wofold Bay Observer says — A m:n bus ju«t arrived f.om the new dig gings at the Gulf. He has eouie to Eden fur the purpose of taking his two mate's back w'nh him. He informs us that tlie ground is very wet, but tliat the gold in near the inrf ce. He describes the excite ment at Begs as very great, in consequence of a i entleinan of that township having retiirncd from the diggings with a large simple of magnificent gold, which be had purchase J. there. We hope to be able tb givo more pnitrculur» in ...

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DEATH OF MR. JOHN THOMAS BAKER, LATH CAPTAIN OF THE NEW SOUTH WALKS VOLUNTEER RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

DKATH OP MR. .TOHN THOMAS IUKEU, LATE CAPTAIN Of THE NEW SOUTH WAKES VOLUNTEER RIl'LES. Tar. molnncholy and rather preiuaturo death of tliiR tpuch-rcspcctod gentleman him cast a gloom over the. circle of his more immediate friends and acquain tances, and has excited conaidcrablo interest in the city generally, on a count of many of the circum stnnc.n which preceded and attended his decease.' It is but a fe-v short weeks nince, in' the primo of his life anil of bis manhood, he was appointed enptnin of the volunteer rifle corns at' Newunstle. bv afniosi unanimoiiH cnueont, being highly esteemed among his comrades for the general amiability of his dispo. sition, ns well as his unassuming anil gentlemanly deportment towards thoso with whom hB'.wns n«soci ated, nnd indeed to all with whom htj/fciune in con tact.' At the recent review in Sydney [ captain Buker was present, in command of his corps, and, to all Appearance, in his usual Rtnto of health and spirits. Whetlipr the mental anxiet...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the' Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Silt — lroin a careful consideration of the case of the Rev. Mr. Chauper, without any disrespect to the judicial bench, I am led to the belief that there is a great difference bstween a wise judge and a Judge Wyae. Mr. Chaneer's sentence of twelve months' bird labour for a mistaken idea, mid a desire to please, appears to mo to be an extremely harall and inaDuronriate one. Without at all taking cniriii ZanCi of some ot'thc late judicial decisions of this politico, wite judge, was it anything, like fair, play, when ACr. Chaucer was acquitted by the jury on the day preceding, to tell him that he had better be in attendance next day,' nnd to find himself arraigned on a charge for which he could have had no time to 'prepare his defence.' It appears to me that he was led like a lamb to the sraughter-liousc. I have known 'the ftuv. Mr. Chaucer for some sixteen or eighteen years, and though not a member of his iloek, I have had man...

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

NEW ZEALAND. We have news from this uow di trncted country, ?up to the llih inst nt In our in Utary operations, ?nothing. decisive has orctitred. 'Che coni'iianderin cliicf still adhere* to his Fabian tactics o.nd continues to advanceupon tlio enemy V strongholds, by the slow, procois of supj ing and milling. ' By the tiine ,he-nai '?'?-mifo -himcolf m rater of a fortress in ft out. he fin da « ffieh sour co of employment in another, constructed, hy the.'enemy in tho rear. In the me.mtime, say's the Ncltoii Examiner, the Maori roams the cow, try at will everywhere, out of the Teach of tiflo ehpi from uur black house, without unv attempt to outuff such marauding' pnrlie-, who still goon burning and plun dering, and have lately even attempted to drive off ?our citlle from ui;der our very guns. Notwithstand ing all tins, the moit positive urdi'Ti have been is'suud, 'forbidding evory thing like entet prise 'on the part.ol our foltlerj. In support of jhjs stn'tem'ent, \TO learn thai a me...

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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

THE INQUEST. On Saturday cvcnin(f,,an inquest was held at the Malt land Hotel, before Dr. Ktaaggs, the coroner, and a resiiect able jmy. The first evidence was that afforded bv Mr. James Smaller*, proprietor of the .MaUhuul Motel, who deposed that tho deceased [had been resMilTjrat1 his house ahout a month ; at the time ho appeared' to be in j'ontl health, but iis if he had been drinking hard previously.' .He continued m apparent good health, although drinkiiij? liurd ei-erv day for some time afttif he came to reside with hii.'i. Had fro. O.iieiitly denied Win drink, and had Riven o)ders to his household not to unpply him, nnd be hail known him at kucii nines i;n elsewhere and obtain it. Should .suppose that, during, the first week after Im came to the h.ifel. he must have consumed a caso of pale brandy, besides wf.iat he might have obtained elsewhere. It was diflicult to prevent him having it, since, when refused, he would help himself, and during his (Mr. Smithcrs1) absence no one...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

To the K'litor nf the Newcastle Ch,ro»iclt: Sin -It is not often th'at I trouble my bond with any thing out nf my own lino of business. Times nre hard, nnd it takus me nil 1 know ' tn make both ends meet.' I've got n large family, sir, n small business, nnd butvery moderate profit!). My maxim upon all occasions is to ' live and lot live,' but there's a wide diffurunco between suffering n man, or any particular body of mon, to live by the public, nud patiently submitting to extortion. What 1 wish to call vour attention to is this. Tho bakers of New castle aro now selling tho loaf at a price altogether incon sistcnt with that of wheat nnd flour. I'm sure that Is. a loaf would allow them a handsome profit, supposing flour to he £30 V ton in place of £18. As It it, \. beliove I'll be able to show to the satisfaction, or 1 ought, purhaps, rnther to say to the dhsatUfartinii of yourself mid thu public, that they aro realising n prollt something like cent, percent. I havo it from good auth...

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THE UNGRATEFUL GUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

THE UNGRATEFUL. GUEST. Come natives of Tweed, of the Thames, and the Shannon, I'll sing you a song about Mr. ? i ? '? — j I ikn't mean the member who lately essayed ' To throw our Newcastle far far in the shade ; But failing to do so. went off in a funk And did what. he often does— got very drunk. Well, now, It so happened, this king of ' branch itnes' ,. , ,-.,.??? ?- 'Came here tother day to examine our mines. 'And to dine with the company made the pretence By which he might do so quite free of expense ; But his devil deceived him, ibr.swigging the wine He began to exhibit the tastes of a swine, And to shuffle mid grunt as he roll'd in his chair, Tfll'berous'd up the nettle of Newcastle's mayor, Who scorning; to reason with one so debas'd, Expoll'd him perforce from a scene he dingrac'd, Andiold him to ,'*pout' to his equals, if they, Would listen to one out of ' magic array.' This senator next to a concert would go And make of himself to the public a show, Which, haying effected,...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCll On Monday evening, the council met, pursuant to I ment.' Present — his worship th« mayor, aldermiwi Ross, HoUon, Kemp, Pratten, Buxton, Corttf Fleming. ? f The minutes of the previous meeting having If and confirmed, jl The Mayor presented a petition, signed by 1731 in the municipality, praying the council to pass a H prohibit the sale of butcher's meat on the Sabbath! The Mayor moved, and alderman 1:i,emino« that the petition be received, which was carried. - COUltCSI'ONDENCE. ? 1*cra Letter to the churchwardens of Christ Church.*?*?, copy of a communication sent to the trustees of tniBfi property, nf the 23th Juno last, in reference to the j§}t!j age buildings and fences encroaching on to a publ'Mi From the managcrofthe Hank of Australasia, lflurjB' cash credit bond of £2000, entered into by the moSB the municipal council, the overdraft of which h«r3r ^ covered hy the amount of endowment paid in b»af{ vcnimcnt, on the 11th instnnt. From Mr. SainwWf applying f...

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(Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

(Per fau vir nf the Newcastle Chronicle.) Mit. roNMiRKit— Stn— I find that 'Consistency' has forestalled me in my answer to you, bearing out the views that myself and ninny others take of 1st Thess., c. ?!?, v. IT, and for that reason I shall con line myself to other portions of your letter more particularly addressed to myself. You sav the words which St. I'nul addressed to Klymas are applicable to me. This implies a wi'h cm your part that they might have tlie same effect, and is expressed in a truly Christian and Paul-like spirit. (See Timothy, c. K v. II. 'Alexander, the coppersmith, did me much evil; the I,ord reward him according to his works.' And Gala tians c. ?», v. 12. ' I would they were cut oh' that trouble you.' These two verses speak volumes in favour of St. I'nul, for had he the power he would have cut them oft) and the. Christian church has followed this rule ever since, Persecuting nil to the death who diflered from them in opinion, and not in religious opinions only...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. Lines addressed to A.G., and left where accident only could discover them. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

OaiGINAL POETRY. Lines addressed to A.O., and left where accident only could discover tlicin. Should thine eye, by chance directed, Rest upon' this scrawl of mine, Mark the anguish — unaffected — _ Which pervades each burning line. \Vell thou knovt'rt that weak, complaining, Souls like mine, can nerer use. By such means there's no obtaining, ' Aught but what I would refuse. ?Tis aolpili/ I'm imploring, Such a boon I'd scorn from thee; 'I'm no abject slave, adoring, ' (I'm no dreaming dtvotee. - ' Well I know thy fiiith is plighted, Where it meets a warm return ; Yet- what passion, unrequited, Is— thou yet niay'st live to learn. Think not that I speak in malice, Arid to thee this fate assign ; T?ar be such a 'poison'd chalice,' From a lip so pure as thine. But if lasting, thou abide it, As thy sex'a laws require, '. And it waste thee thus to hide it, Xike allow consuming fire. Bringing all the desolation, , Which must to tbec accrue, By the secret operation Ot'-lio worm, which eats i...

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

S 11 i i- 1' f N G . tnniv \!.b. March Jfi,— Almn, schooner, IC'1, Don- fro'm Melbourne. Mai'ipnsa, schooner, 'Jl I. Mcsoro, from kyttieinn, K.Z.' Mkrch 18.— Monieztima, brig, 136, .\rrii!yre, from Syd hoy. Adcona, schooner, 00, Walsh,- from Sy-lncy. Gil HUs, brig, 171, Jifmgley, from Sydney. Fa;r Tusmariian, schooner, 144, Wooir, from Melbourne. Bright Planet, harqne, 165, ilopgart, from Melbourne. Pet, barque, 203, Thompson, Tram Melbourne.- Bella Vis la, barque, 166, Gi oven, from Melbourne. ' March 10.— Jessie, schooner, 119, L-w, from Melbourne. , Martha, schooner, 91, Minnie, from Melbourne. March 21,— Deva, brig, 24k O'Hagmi, from Sydney. Prince Patrick, schooner, 121. Archer, from Melbourne. General Jcsrsup, barque, lSi. Noonc. from Melbourne. March 22.— Telegraph, Ur.ira, anil Waratah, steamers,' from Sydney. Scbiin, schooner. III, CowiVson. from Mel. hotrnie. Rrinbrandt, Urcnien barque, 50.5, Ficke, from Melbourne. - ? ? DEPARTUnF.S. ? March IS.— Raven, American ship, Nyi\...

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

p%L NOTICE. fif failX'EfrCASTLE CHRONICLE has now been e«ta M }v. i nearly three years, and the proprietors, in tendering ?t /Wi 'ncere acknowledgments to their friends and the 1. pJ of teneraily for past favours and support, take this on Ifcj^- l'y,°,f ?n?,0ll;l,?in8 the»r intention of making the mmht *ontclt! a Bi. Weekly publication. In, so doiuir, m V| i f»y he allowed to state, that they are induced to Uke In t., Iposed step in deference to the expressed opinions of HI ! Wends and supporters, who consider such.a course I £ y desirable, but necessary, in order to meet the pre ? jT fauirenieiiM, awd keep pace with the rapidly iinprov. % /} pspects of the port of Newcastle and itsciivirona. In WxA'' m this course, -the proprietors have not failed to take ffiT- faonsideratinn the mnny. important objects to be mk ' fcd, by the additional facilities that will thus be Ki ,| ed to Merchants, Traders, and Professional §& I; ri-rMcN, as~»u improved medium for their Adver HR ,' «e...

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