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PRESENTATION OF COLOURS TO THE NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

PBESRNTAf rON OP COLOURS TO THE NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEERS. '? * Os .1 luirsilny inorniug, iho city presented a more than usually animated appearance, it being the day appointed for (he formal presentation of colnuVs to the Newcastle vo'unteerB. As enrly ne 1 1 o'clock the barracks and parade groiind became the chief points of attraction, towards which a large number of the rcspec'able inhabitants took their way. Short ly' ofter 12, the sprightly notes of the bugle sum moned the volunteers— inclu iing the rifla and artil lery torp«— to take up their position. \sThis was speedily accomplished, nnd, theii.Tot the next hour, the Diisincsa ol drill 'and parade proceeded wth un wonted activity. ?' The variousmandales of 'eves froir,' 'attention,' 'fix bayoneB,' &c, were well antl efficiently obeyed, and, finally, tie whole coin pnny marched '6ft, 'followed, of course, hy a I most any number of juvenile ns well as adult citizen?, to the railway Btnlion. Here they were again drawn up, an...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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INTEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

lNTEMPKRANCE. The1 vice of intern jieranoe is thriving npnoo in th$so colonies, pnd in this district, with fear ful flDd intense rapidity, notwithstanding every »-lTott,to''; retard it. Its melancholy effects are -yisiMe.J.q.n Ihotmhd hideous' shape9 and forms in our iooial circles, whose pnrw nnd more ra tional enjoyments are polluted by its baneful preispnee. Our domestic- hearths arc scarcely Aet» free from this vice, for 'there's n skeleton in rvery hotwp,' nnd almost every household is ; planned in. addition to it« own vnrtionlnr Ykeleton with .the familinr spirit of Alcohol. ?Tnns, this monster is eating away ,our vitals as a ppnplo, and we fieem almost unconscious of the fnety while it is reducing us to a.tli'plorablestsfco . of moral destitution nad of intellectual lmb' - cility, as well as physical dccrApitnde as n oom inunity. In the evor varying 'subtle and in nutqerablp phases whiflh this vico assumes, we ? faH.to'; recognise its prostrating influence wher ? ever ifc;Sto...

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

BIRTH.       At Newcastle, on the 19th March, Mrs. John Waddell,   of a daughter.               The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1861.

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DR. MACNISH'S LECTURE. Delivered at the Temperance Alliance Rooms, Oddfellows' Hall, on the 12th March, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

DR. MACNISH'S LECTUKE. Delivered at the Temperance Alliance Rooms, Old fellows' Hall, on the VUh March, 1801. Subject : — ' Infantile Education in Connec lioii with Sabbatu School*.' 'All who have meditated on (he art of governing mankind well have, been convinced that the fate o empires depends cm the education of youth.' There is no subject of greater importance than that of education, ,nnd (here is none ftt tended with more numerous diraculties. Ai present we shall not attempt to discuss the various systems of popular education. We 'do not here wish' to discuss the vexed ques tion of Nnticbttl against Denominational education, bat rather the great end whicli Doth systems alike desire to achieve. Educa tion, in its widest signification, includes the cultivation of pur mental, moral, and physical 'powers. ' The, great aim of the teacher ought to be to develope and regulate the intellectual and moral faculties of those entrusted to him, 'that they af forwards discern the true and fa...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. RESIGNATION OF MR. JOHN ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ItESIGNATION OF MR. JOHN ROBERTSON. Ibe bPEAKF.u announced that he had re ceived a letter from Mr. John ltobertson, member for the Upper Hunter, resigning his seat as re presentative of that electorate. Mr. Cowper moved that tho seat \)6 declared vacant. Mr. Arnold seconded tho motion, which was agreed to. EASTF.U MvCF.SS. Mr. Morris, at the request of a considerable number of members, asked the Colonial Secre tary if he would have any objection to a motion for adjournment until Wednesday next. Mr. Oowper reminded the honourablo mem ber that tho business of tho country was much in arrears ; the government being quite prepared to go on with it, he thought it hardly right to consent to an adjournment in order that certain members might enjoy themselves. (Hear, hear.) ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE. FOR THE VOLUN TEER CORPS. Mr. Gowper laid upon the table the estimated expenditure required under the above bead. I'OINT OF ORDER. A discussion, introduced by a question from M...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

[parliamentary intkllig knce. I. ? LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ' THURSDAY, MARCH 28. « Tdc President took the chair at ton minutes in three o'clock, l'rcsont : — Tho honorablcs G. lib, G. W..AUcn, W. Byrnes, A. Berry, Dr. W,G. Douglass, J. F- Hurgraves, G. K. Holden, p.tTunt, R. Johnson, F. Lord, F. L. S. Blcrowc |i»,Dr. J. Macfarlanc, J. Mitchell, A. Purk, II. fPffa, E.'D. Thomson, O.B., 11. Towuf, and II. |j;w»Dt.;:: ;: . MSJDNTATIO.V OP ADDRESS TO II IK BXITII.I.KNC Y T TUB ADM1NIBTRATO11 OF rill: GOVERNMENT. On tho motion of Mr. Hauuuavk, the mem th of tbe houso proceeded to government bouso fa tbo purposo of presenting tho following ad Iress, which had been adopted on Wednesday, to its Excellency Sir John Young. fo Iiis 'Excellency the Right Honorable Sir John ; Young, Hart., Knight Coiumandcr of the Most Honorable Order of Hi- Bath, Knight Grnnd I Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St. I Michael and St. George, Administrator of the I Government of New South Wales and its Dc i pc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

lu, von do not seem often to indulge. I'may send some sSincurile questions and objections to keep them ?£nr With regard to the spread of the Gospel, which Wfcr one of the vital points of our dissension, you £?tn-reue that the end of the world cannot be near be. ? tint ' the knowledge of the Lord shall cover the tu jjjg wattrs cover rue seas- is so jar irom oeing ifliei. Without going into figures or noting the dispa. rrofnnmbers between the two authors you have quoted, 11 nk vott to assume, for one moment, that the end of S, «tld be near, and that the gospel is not diflused as K is you will even admit. Then ' be still.' ' With Erf ill things are possible.' He who hath said can and Bill mole Ins own word good. ' Nation* shall be bom Ertibe Lord i' » -?»-?' ' One, day is wIth lfle j'ord as a mLid years, and a thousand years. as one day.' To 1 . ..i .1.0 initli nf the hililo. ' this trosoel of the kinir. '~,L|| be preached in' all the world for a witness unto julions' Hark you 'as a wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

n*//M &$(£'% 9 VM B S, Comrniesio^ t ' \Xy tygent/f, /8^SvfssD^;Strept, Sydney. jji | pAUTION.— All goods manufactured 1$ I \J us, bear our aameifegibly stamped on tliemy It and persong^re ciriftionaAjiuauut tho inferior artiolof/ jj such as BVys, S^Ott'iytlurWoflan sold as our make, \ HA^L^Nrf^DERS(tor;A7 ?£& i ? / 221, Eliznbeth-Btnffi^fygjftjffig Newcastle i— Printed and published by thePrqtiriefdrii ' H, M'Dicken and J. Baker, at tho ChronloU. General Printing Office, Bolton.street. Snturdor,:,1 Match 30, 1861, ' ,

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

POSTAL KRfl^N'G EVENTS. There is a considerable amount of dissatis faction felt at our present postal arrangements, and an unnecessary amount of disappointment and inconvenience experienced, which, by a little management on the part ot the post office authorities, mierht be obviated, or con. .siderably ameliorated. Those jvho compose our commercial cpnlinunitjhSlidtjp complain f that' they are placed^^ great 'disadvantage as '; compared with those oWSydney, iu 'reference to the orrivaland departure of the European mails. In giving currency to these com plaints, we do not intend to charge the post office authorities with dereliction of duty, but rather seek, by directing their attention to the subject, to induce them to adopt such means as arc within their power, for the amelioration of the evils complained of. Whenever the arrival of the European mail is delayed, — from whatever cause, as in the case of the Northam, — our mercantile men suffer, in common with those of othec out lyin...

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COLLIERY EXPLOSIONS, ACCIDENTS, STRIKES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

COLLIERY EXPLOSIONS, ACCIDENTS, STRIKES, &c. *$?„? ... The Risca (South WALEs)CoLxrEiCraxpLosioN'. —The official inquiry into tbe cause of juris nccidjsrrt commenced on Wednesday at ttiscojiv.before 'Mr. Brewer, the deputy coroner. The explosion it-wltl be remembered, took place on- tho 1st December, killed 142 men and boys. All the bodies have --een recovered except one. The first witness called' w i.« Mr. Charles Anderson Harrison, the viewer and underground manager of the Risca' Collieiy.'-who described the state of the pit on the morning of the accident. At 6 o'clock he had descended the pit, and liad visited in turn the different in-ink.; nnd return air-courses on each side of the pit, trying them all with his lamp. At every trial he found the air perfectly good. On the east side he met the overman, who reported to him that all was right, and having measured the air at the main in-takp, he as cended the pit to breakfast. According to the measurement he then took, 37,500...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

Wanted a Gas Company.— As there are, perhaps few objects in life more pleasing to contemplate than that of a well-lighted city, we are not altogether without hopes of being enabled, at no distant period, to point to Newcastle as a proof of what a 'little public spirit,— taking the direction of useful and remunerative enterprise — can accomplish for the realisation of such a spectacle. Brilliantly illuminated with gas, the amphithcatrical position of the city would, when viewed from the harbour, be seen to much advantage, to say nothing of the animated appearance imparted to the streets by means of so useful an auxiliary. We have at hand abundance of the very best material for the purpose, the first cost of which would be but trifling. The construc tion of the necessary works might also be effected at an insignificant outlay, and all things considered, the specula tion could, we imagine, hardly fail of success. It will be seen, by referenco to a paragraph elsewhere jjngerted, that th...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

'?'? THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. On Monday evening, a meeting of the improvement com mittqe was held, at which there were present, his worship the mayor, as chairman, aldermen Bolton, Buxton, Kemp, Prattcn, Corlette, and Fleming. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the committee proceeded to take intoconsi . deration the required improvements, Wo-io estimate thfc \ probable cost of necessary worKi fur^tW current yeorv \ During some preliminary discussion, it was intimated that \j the encroachments in ,Cliurch- street lmd not been removed, w in accordance j(it%*tre notico from tho council to that effect. Tha,^lAYOK-opinudcred that tho conduct of the church. warderir,ii)krefe«mcljfa this matter, amounted to contumacy, and thnt'.tltcr parties cjaiceriiod were treating the authority ' of tho council with contempt. Notouly had they neglected jjf to comply with -the- request of the douncil, in tho removal f of the Jenses that snrraunded tho parsonage, but, ns he...

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REPORT OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDING JANUARY 29, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

REPORT OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY, FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDING JANUARY 29, 1801. The subjoined information, abridged from the report in question, will be found of considerable local as well as general interest : — The only information which we, your directors, can give you at this season, respecting the financial reB-.ilt of I860, is that the funds in London on the 16th instant, amounted to £31,322 5s. 6d., viz. — Cash ? £11,325 19 0 Bills not yet due ? £19,996 6 9 The accounts received from the general supeiinten dent during the last six months, have been generally favourable. The demand for this company's coal has not fallen oil', and the yield of the mines has not diminished in spite of the increased dist mce of haul age ; considerable sales of cattle and sheep have been effected at remunerative prices ; but the amount de rived from sajes of land to the public is small. Mr. Winship, the viewer, recently appointed, sailed from Gravcsend on the 25th day of October, 1860, ...

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'MUSWELLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

'MUSWELLBROOK. [rKOM«A CORRESPONDENT.] Fatal Accident.— An accident (00k place atReeogce, the station of Mr. M'Irityre, on Wednesday last, which re. V suited in the death of a fittfc childTihe. son of one of tho V. shepherds employed on. the -station. %ft appears he was 7 playing near a large log of wood lying orrtho side of some sloping ground, when, by some cause or other, the log rolled over the unfortunate child killing him almost in. maim/. Capture op Youno Beardmore.— The fugitive . Beardmore arrjved here on Saturday night, from Mudgee, from which 'place he was remanded to Maitland, on the charge of robbing the Bank of New South Wales, of if ait land, of the sum of £1700 in gold. He left here for Mait. ?land to-day (Monday) in charge of Mr. Sheridan, chief ?constable, and constable O'Donnell. He admits to taking £500, and planting some of it in a stublo in Maitland, and ?when he went to take it again he found it was gone, some one took it for him. He further states that ho tho...

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PETITION TO THE GOVERNMENT ON BEHALF OF THE REV. W. CHAUCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

PETITION TO THE GOVERNMENT ON BE HALF OF THE REV. W. CHAUCER. We mentioned in our last the fact ol a petition from the inhabitants of Sydney having been forwarded to Gov. rnment on behalf of tho above-named gentle man. We h -ve now the additional satisfaction of. stating that the example has been followed by the npflnln of Minmi. mnnv of whuin admit with »rnti tudAAu beneficiul influence of I. is afi'e.tionate min istraanus during a lapse of some years. Deprecating as iuu-:h as unyi.no the error into which he has fallen, wo must not on- that account fail to rear iu mind the fact; thnt-wt' aretall fallible creatures, The case ap pears to be one in which the prerogative of mercy may be safely as well as appropriately exercised. Already has the reverend gentleman expiated in tho opinJcui of every unprejudiced mind, the venial olfenyEi of which hu lias Meen guilty, and his Excel lency Sir John Young could scarcuiy lie called upon at this early'-pe: iod of his administration, to perform ...

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ON BONDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

ON BONDI. O, how I love on tby sweet shore, Alone at morn to stray j — And list unto the ocean's roar. And feel [Mfcentle spray,. Hciw oft I tnTftk its troubled breast Doth grief and sorrow bear, And that it trie* to lull to rest I lie moments -^1 despair. i\ f O, howl love to list unto \ ti J— , Its melody of woe, And watch the rolling waves of blue ? Each weedy rock o'erflow ; And then in rippling streams retreat To come with greater sound, Filling with echoes low and sweet The pebbly caves around. -* The giant cliffs enshrouded by The misty ocean spray, Seem to kiss the clouds on high That titnid fleet away. While others hang all gloomy o'er The verdant banks below, And tremble at the awful roar *«» Of waves dashed to and fro. Soft silvery music ever swells Upon the summer air, As rippling waves glide o'er the shells That cluster sweetly there. And as the light of heaven streams Upon these murmuring beds, A myriad of lucid beaniB ? The sparkling beauty sheds. And fragrant weeds a...

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THE BIBLE SOCIETY AT MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

. 1IIE BIBLE SOCIETY AT MINMI. On Wldncsday evening, the 27th instant, a deputa tion froVthe Newcastle auxiliary of the British and ForeigiiBihle Society meVthe frieujls and supporters ofth.it institution in the school-room at Minmi. The iiulemency of the weather prevented n number of tho Newcastle members 'from attendance, but the meet ing, though not a croWded one, was not by any means a scanty one. After praise and prayer, Mr. Eoqleson was moved into the chair, and, after a brief opening of the sub ject, called upon the secretary to move the first re solution. The Rev. Mr. Dean, in a very eloquent address, which 'was 1 stened to with much attention, read and moved the.rcsolution, as follows : — ''That a bible as sociation be forthwith established, of which tho fol lowing shall bo the rule* and regulations.' (The rules were read ) . ' Seconded by Mr.'D. Youin, a Minmi resident, whispoke ably in its favour, and supported by, an enerVatic speech from the Rev. Mr. William Reid. TlYCi...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. ANTICIPATION. ^.Sons and daughters of labour rejoice as you may, For the night and its shadows are fleeting away ? And the sunshine of hope on your path shall arise, And the songs of your triumph resound to the Kkiet. For the squatter, who on you look'd scornfully down, Has been fore'd to relinquish the lands of the crown ; And soon tlinv'Il lie nnon tn viftd (hnir tn^masp To thote who would purchase, not those who would lease. «»Thongh the Herald attempted with lick-spittle spite, j To bamboozle and rob the poor man of his right, His harping and carping the squatter to save, Bu.t proves that the squatter's a very great knave. Like the ' daw' in the fable, he made a great show, Of the ' plumes' that he borrow'd from us long ago ; -^ But reclaiming our own, as instructed by law, We've redue'd him again to a sorry 'jackdaw.' So the contest well over it only rests now, To give ourselves cheerfully up to the plough ; And whilst in our homes peace and plenty are seen, To...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. .wnrcn zo.— juociinivsr, brig, luy, narreit, irom Sydney, valiant, brig, 1-J7, Broilie, from Melbourne. March 20.— Maori, barque, 289, Muir, from Otai»o, New Zealand. Vibilia, schooner, 121, Adams, from Geelong. Yarra, schooner, 121, Matliieson, from Otago. N.Z. Sea Nymph, brig, 173, Morrison, from Taranaki, N.Z. Gem, schooner, 100, Duthie, from Melbourne. Eliza Goddard, brip. 192, Gascoigne, from Melbourne. March 27.— Yarra Yarra, steamer, from Sydney. Indus, barque, 308, M'Kinnon, from Melbourne. Drover, brig, 174, Patten, from Geelong. Achilles, ship, 554, Hart, from Melbourne. March 28. — Tomatin,' barque, 322, Grierson, from Mel bourne. Prince Albert, brig, 98, Alilred, from Melbourne, wjtli 70 chests and GO half chests tea. Ellen Lewis, barque, 330, Ilelion, irom Melbourne. Passengers — Mr. -and Mrs. Bingle, servant, and 6biId-yDennU Hill, barque, 348. Atkin, from Melbourne. WeiVeVbriR, 197, 'Rossiter, from Melbourne. Anne Sanderson, Tjrig, 250, Barton, fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

I ?- .NOTICE. y THE ' NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE' afjXti present issue will be published * I TWICE A ]OEK, si and, in order-to foetlitotejftriragements, tho.se AI | VERTISERS, ^g°JPjfew/yrir Advertisements I1' appear in the mo/n^/owm the paper, will plea: il send in their faWurs on Mondays for WEDNE! ?i DAY'S publication; and on Thursdays, fi I SATURDAY'S issue. Bfebi N.B. — All advertisements must be in by G o'cloc I ^Srotbe evening on the day before publication. [ M'DICKEN & BAKER. I Chronicle Office, Bolton-streer, ) March 30, 1801. / . STEAM t6~SYDNEY! |jjl The Australasian Steam Navi ^ObfceL gution Company's, Steamers will leav M1b|8^ MoiiPEiii (oalUfig at Nety/astle 1 TUESDAYS hS/fe Captat/Llhall, FRIDAYS P/ *** °'dock am WEDNESDAYS \ JF ^ v^flfc 4 . ? an(j I 'LALo^n^/fcilpWn ^fidams, SATURDAYS / afiffc-dock^Ki. GEORGE R/»Ilf$i^fcCtf:, Agents, Scott-street. , Newcastle, March, 1861. ? WANTED, to CHARTER, vessel* for the fo! lowing ports — /^ MELB0URNE,i?2k/fti(l«fsC0, / : and...

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