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

. NOTICE. The NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE has now been esta blished nearly three years, and the proprietors, in tendering their sincere acknowledgments to their friends and the public generally for past favours and support, take this on. portunity of announcing their intention of making (lie Chronicle a ,BI-WI3EK.t/Y publication. In so doing, . they may he allowed to state, tint they are induced to tike jjhe proposed 8tep.jn,defereno«rMo the expressed opinions of f many friends and Wjtpnrteru, who 'consider such a course not only'desirable, 'Dut'necesBary, in order to meet the pre sent requirements, and keep pace with the rapidly improv. ing prospects of the port of Newcastle and its environs. In adopting this course, the proprietors have not failed to take into consideration the many important objects to he attained, by the additional facilities that will thus be afforded to Merchants, Traders, and Professional Gentlemen, as an improved medium for thcir,Ai-VEU- tisbmbnts. To men of busines...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

MARRIAGE. At Newcastle, on the 27th instant, by special licence, at the residence of the brides' father, by the Rev. James Nimmo, William John Pearce Esq., Howlong, Murray River, eldest son of William Thomas Pearce, Esq., Seven Hills, to Elizabeth Charlotte, only daughter of Robert Corbet Knaggs, Esq,. M.R.C.S.,L., &c., &c. BIRTH. At her residence, Hunter-street, Newcastle, on the 27th instant, Mrs, Colin Christie, of a daughter.

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

EXTENSIVE SALE VALUABLE ^PROPERTY, IN THE CITY OF NEWCASTLE. r By Order of the Mortgagee. MR. W. K. LOCIIHEAD HAS received instructions from the Mortgagee to sell by auction, in one lot at the Caledo nian Hotel, in Watt-street, on -?«. WEDNESDAY, 23rd APRIL, (unless the mortgage be sooner satisfied), the follow ing valuable properties, viz. : — Allotment, No. 73, of Section No. — containing 24 __ perches, at the corner of King and Newcomen/*^ streets, having a frontage of 1 chain and 20 links to King-street, and of 1 chain to Newcomen sf.reet. On this allotment is erected the late dwelling-house of Mr. George Tully, now in the occupation of Alderman Tighe, with ull requisite^ out-houses and offices, and also the adjoining dwelling-house now occupied by Captain Boyle. Also, 80 perches of land, being lot No. 94 and 95 of Section A, of the A. A. Company's land, situate iu Blaue-street, Mjiitlanl Road, having a front- ? age of 132 feet toftUatiMtreet, with a depth or* 1G5 feet, anJttjTt...

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

COLONIAL SUMMARY. Queensland Prosplctinq.— The inhabitants of Ipswich hare convened a meeting, for tho purpose oi initiating a society, under whose auspices the sur rounding country may bo ' prospected' for gold. The Herald complains much of tho general tendency to centralisation exhibited by tho peo^s. _ The tnama ni*o nvnr.nnnnlnlArl. And. ill thn mmintime. a conviction is gaining ground that a community of shopkeepers, unsupported by the development of na tural resources, can be productive of nothing but poverty. Sudden Death. — The Armidale Expresi relates the sudden death of Mr. YV. Denton, auctioneer, of Armidale. He was, it appentn, just in the aot of retiring (to rest, when he became unwell,- and so rapid was the progress of disease, as to occasion hi* doatli in less tli ,n half-nn-hour afterwards. A pott mortem examination revelled the fact, that effusion into the cavity of the chest, and pericardium, had been the immediate cause of death. A wife and six children, but very ...

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Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING MARCH 20, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

- ! ffirnort of €oa\- ? Week endinq March 29, 1801 :— A. A. Company.— Sydney, 200 tons ; Melbourne, 1237 is i New Zealand, 333 tons ; steamers, 150 tons. Total, 20 tons. ..if' ? n— '?? . .' (£iu Avixford Murdkii.— The \Wutern- -?o!& jKWi Chronicle reports the inquest held at Avisford, Df- the body of Mr*. Monies, who, it will be remem gfod, was tomahawked by a' Chinaman employed as Ir cook. Tho report Bays, ' suohWs tho, violence ftd ferocity of the forage, thftt^dO?or»ng to Dr. gimaaj's testimony, the shoulder ^blade «cne hsnl pen cut tliroiigh ; tho murderous instrument had also lutcttd A deeply-incited wound on tho spine, cutting ftfouah'drcss and stays ; the skull was also oloren (n two separate places,

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Newcastle Police THURSDAY, MARCH [?] (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

tlctD*-tte liJolkK ' v TH*MTInrAV,-J|MA\ClMI. ' /Itplftrn Mr. Srnll.V. M.^ Henry Hooper, seannH, was bmubbt up on a warrant, charged with having ncBlcfteiPto ,A n^vesscl, the barque Rialto, on the 19th instant. It wasordmd that he be put an hoard the vessel, at the request of the captain, and for- j feit out of his wages £1 Cs. 5(1., expenses incurred. Joseph Croft, publican, out on bail on a charge of drunk enness in the court-house, on the 10th instant, was ordered to forfeit 40s., the amount of his bail on his noil-appear- . ance. . * ' I'RIDAY, MARCH ZZ. (Before Mr. Scott, P. M., nnd Mr. Ranclaud, J.P.) Elizabeth Horder, a married woman, was charged with' assaulting Margaret Mee, on the 18th instant, nnd was ordered to pay a penalty of 5s., costs of court, 4s. 8d., and professional costs, 21s.— John Rodgers, tailor, was brought up charged with assaulting Archibald Hay, on tho 18t1-dfc» instant, and sentenced for the offence to one months' im prisonment in .Maitla/id jail. Willia...

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. The author of a communication, headed 'The Volunteers,' is referred to our established rule, not to publish any letter unaccompanied by the real namo and address of the writer. ' Ponderer's' communication, together with ' Dr. Macuish's lecture,' aud sundry other mat ters, unavoidably postponed, will appear in our Wcd nesday's issue. ?

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CORRESPONDENCE. A CASE REQUIRING VENTILATION. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. ♦ — ? ? A CASE REQUIRING VENTILATION. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — I fear, by the extraordinary length of my commu nications of late, both you and your readers have been rather annoyed, and, I dare say, not without good reason. From the title I assumed when I commenced to write to you, no doubt you and your readers thougUt I was to con fine myself to exposing abuses and other corruptions of society, both public and private. Such was the course I marked out for myself, but which, I must confess, I have not strictly followed. ' Bitter late than nerer,' I now make a promise of amendment, and will, for the few weeks' stay I have before me in this neighbourhood, confine my self strictly to the 'ventilation of abuses.' Neither will I, for the time to come, enter into any dispute in your columns with anyone about the end of the world, the conversion of the Chinese, nor any of the rigmarole points of sectarian ism, but confine myself to. my department. Sho...

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

EASIER SPORTS. The near approach of hnster, with all its pleasant associations anl remembrances, induces us to offer aj few observations iu refereuc ? to its ever welcome ad-1 vent. We say ' ever welcome,' because wholly] apart from its more sacred and hallowed character, we have always been accustomed to l-»-k forward io it as a season peculiarly and appropriately devoted to recreation and enjoyment, hvun under the iron rule of Russia, Easter week is accompanied by ninny peculiar* privileges, tending to show that, in accordance with thfc cliiis'ian msrVmsalion, despotism itself is fain to acknowledge tlia^cfnim of its subjects to something like equality^ at* lyst once a year. Upon so sacred an occasion the Emperor himself does not disdain to receive and return the salute of even his meanest attendant. The impressive words ' Christ is risen,' followed by the ' kiss of pence,' are but the precursors nnd pledges of mirth and cor diality. Our readers will, perhaps, pardon this di gress...

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NEWCASTLE AMATEURS' MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 March 1861

NEWCASTLE AMATEURS' MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. Under the above title a musical society has been formed by a number of young men resident in and around the city, whose object it is to cultivate the science of vocal and instrumental music as an accom plishment, and its practice as a recreation during their leisure hours. The object is a very laudable one. which, anart from all secondary considerations. deserves to succeed, from the spirit m which the de sign lias been conceived and undertaken, and the purposes it promises to subserve, by the diffusion of a knowledge as well as the cultivation of a taste for this genial and unselfish art. A code of rules has been framed for the guidance of its members and the governjnent of the association, from which all teclini cul andurivolous restrictions are entirely excluded. The property of the association is to be vested in three trustees,\tf be appointed from among the members ; and only those can become membeis of this body who join for the practic...

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

Hox.t.owAr's Pitts and Ointment suitable f ( all. — These purifying preparations should be in ovc , Iiouho; they aro composed altogether of vegetal r extracts, and being entirely free from mercury '', any other mineral, they may be used with the i \ most safely and certainty of success by all memb( - \ of tho family circle. Their action is always alter | tive and slightly aperient. They regulato digestio ( adjust die secretion of the liver, promoto the nctivi of the kidneys und even every organ exert the m( I wholesome control, rousing the sluggish, and repri sing excessive action. Their beneficial influence not confined to any particular roflion, but ran| j over the entire system, from whioh they cradici everything that is noxious, and substitute health ?' ' I disoa»c. P 1 p AND ^VPttfl-?dyiS, Commissii i \Jt AgoiflkJ^/feulBQ/ ^toSydnev. Ji ? ^'«r ttr -J: '*V ? *OT| Newcastle :— Printed ax/. Aff- '*H lWifi H. M'Dickenm/ ?-!* y'l, ' W,8Py - -* ; i

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

3k:A Party.— A tea party consisting of the children andlriends belonging to tho Sabbath schools in conneotioh with tnp Primitive Methodist-.Chapel, took place on Good FridayfeVheir place of worslifp/King-street. The child, ren, beroMand after, bctng regaled'vitn eakes and tea, en. joyed themselves a romping on the green sward in tho vloinity of the chapel, and seemed mightily delighted with their sports. At seven o'clock a meeting of tne parents and friends |of the sabbath schools was held in tho chapel, which was addrcssiM by iovcral.ab.lp speakers on behalf of the institution.. ' B ??;? '

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

Dr. J. Macnish.- Tt is with no inconBiderabU m IF*1' that we have to announce the intended dep»rtn«Sr~|pony amongst us of Dr. J. Macnish, a gentleman whose nSrlBrf01*0 literary and professional attainments and whose urbwSrf f tt M-d * manners and kindly disposition to amuse and instruct 0. -V altb «»t public of Newcastle, have argely contributed to an? ttulnt liim the .lasting respect of all who have had the pffiil W'' of listening to the able and interesting lectures which l I ''* j has since his arrival here been kind enough to delir»«r I liretena tuitously in the public halls of this city. We the more » I tib * grct this intention of Dr. Macnisli to leare us after so W Dibbs t an acquaintance, and in the hey-day ol his popularity,™ !L|ue we fear a long time will elapse ere the good people of Ne» I it nn castle will enjoy in common with ourselves, the iotellectiui I fTv pleasure which the eloquent and vnriecWitcourses of onr IMF0 worthy and'esteemed fnend_ Dr. J. Macnish have freq...

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LAMBING FLAT. GREAT MONSTER MEETING ON THE CHINESE QUESTION. By Electric Telegraph, Sunday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

LAMBING FLAT. GREAT MONSTER MEETING ON THE CHINESE QUESTION. By Electric Telegraph, Sunday, 9 p.m. This afternoon, as per advertisement, a great monster meeting was held to tako into consider ation the explanation given by the Hon. C. Cow pcr on the Chinese grievances at Burrangong, Wore tho legislative assombly, which is consi dered as highly unsatisfactory and censurable by tho majority of diggers on this field. About 1500 people were present. Tho meeting was held at Spring Creek, at the same placo on which Mr. Cowper addressed tho tho diggers before his departure. Mr. Charles* Allen, Secretary of the so called Miners' Protective League, was called to tho chair, and opened tho proceedings by read ing tho advertisement convening tho meeting. Ho stated that ho regretted that a meeting, of tho minors of Burrangong had necessarily been called to defond their (tho miners') rights at the point of the bayonet. Mr.'D. Cameron; another of tho Minors' Protective Leaguo, was thon callod upon...

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THE REV. WILLIAM CHAUCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

THE REV. WILLIAM CHAUCER. On Tuesday evening last, a public meeting was held iu the court-house, convened by the following notice : — ' A public meeting of the inhabitants of the city of Newcastle will be held in the Court House (which has been kindly granted by the police magistrate), on Tuesday evening, 2nd April, at half-past seven o'clock, for the purpose of taking into consideration a petition-, addressed to his Excellency Sir John Young, praying a remission of the sentence passed against the Rev. W. Chaucsr.'' Tho weather at the time was rather un favourable, hence up to 8 o'clock not more than a dozen people were present. After some further delay, tho Rev. Mr. Huid, late of Sydney, rose nnd expressed his disappoint ment ut the small ntienduncc, after tho exer tions which hud been made by himself and others to make this matter generally known He lelt, he siu'd, that, considering the mo mentous importance of its objects, there would have been a muck larger attendance on the occ...

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INSOLVE TUESDAY. SURREL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

INSOLlli TUEE'''' , SUllllK] .Thomas Mackenzie M'Len nig nnd Kiamlra, .ttorekoepor. Liabilities, £\o Assets-value of wnl property, £550 ; of pe ,* rty, £(i!l() ; out lio1!d.lJI8dc.bt8' #m m- 1(1- I 10a. Id. Deficit ,£n3 IOs. Id. Anthony Vider, of Draidw )Or. Liabilities, ?£27-Wfls.(id. Assets— value «rtv, £k?(i ; of ' P0'011'^ 1 property, £887; ou i, i'SHSs. 9d.; total, £2107 3s. fld. Deficit, Archibald Itodgers, nnd rt Rodgcrs, of Newcastle, ironfounders. Li '2 12«. M. As ^TP'1!6 nf rcal Property, i sonal property, £120fi; oulstauding dobts, £1. md debts, XJ5.S« 8s.7Jd.{ total, £3098 12a. [l&. ;141 j l!)s. 8Jd. , Joseph Collins, of Markot-s ? clothier. Lia. ?? ™i|'e«i £8.52 5s. lOd. Asspti sonal property, f|«2 6s. ltd. ; outstanding do . ; total, £Voi Us. 3d. Deficit, jCHG Its. 7 Ubenezer Lovojoy, of AIu- ountyofWol. \ lington, storekeeper. Liabili !2d. Assets— r value of real proyerty, £12.5 roporly, £175 . lOi. | outstanding debts, £29 ' , £330 4s. Id. r ,G,e.W- Strong, o...

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CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

?viRONEKS' INU*J 1rt'i' . ''-[? . „„. i.HUnt the Caledou .an Hotel, on Taes. Wru,|ADinq««t vf «W« '« Strickland, iFri#» «veU'Uf 0 bis dea'h unSer the Coll* wing circumstances; lf *&!&!* witoessfl'eter Parlstto, on 0 alii, deposed : 1 live :. , 'bt K««-SUV ? ii«.» mni! the decea* ;d on board : I have fTPTtav and know it as that of H ic same person ; he ^Ptatbeib™{'lcavinc Newcastle; he v.as attired in white b fcta nisers!blackcoat, abaudfti chief tied round his *Ert*l ' ack felt hat i 1 saw him * fluently during the . ?-«? *'' . . ,as soi,er Ol, arrival, Wi t drunk at departure ^IF% rtSterf.ens; 1 last saw him 0.1 arrival off Nobby* i ?K^rea S refuted to serve him '*ilb drink; it was ''F^Sion I assisted him on df ck ; he had no coat MEE W n when L saw him last ; he ttftnot know what had alfSin,of his coat, es I henrd him eak nig for it. ft fcSSSLtoyd.e«init*bIe.litiiw«».»rti. deposed: Some. j K seven o'clock last ni|?lit, A received information Lf 7m a wa. had been ki...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 36. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. The Speaker took the chair at twenty-three minutes past three o'clock. Mr. Cowi'ER, in reply to a question from Dr. Wilson, said that a telegram, dated March 31, had becu received by tho Secretary for Lands from Chief Commissioner Cloote. statin.!' that five hundred Chinese had been replaced at Blackguard Gully — that a large ineetitjg had been held at Spring Creek that afternoon, at which strong language was used, and a determi nation expressed of driving away tho Chinese. Patrols had been out all day round tho Chinese camp fixing the boundry, which had been marked out higher than that recommended by the dig gers. Mr. Cowper wa9, therefore, of opinion that little more would be heard of disturbances ul Lambing Flat. Mr. Ryan took tho oaths and his seat as member for tho electoral district of the Laclilan. Mr. Meary presented a petition in favour of the Synods Bill, signed by 12 members of the Church of England. Mr. Leary also presented a pet...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TnunsDAY. April -Itii. The Council met yesterday, at twenty minutes past f«gr o'clock. Mr. Kobeetson, who hftB been appointed a member of the House, was introduced by Mr. Hargrove and Dr. Maufarlaoe. lie took the oath, and signed the roll, and took liia scat. Mr. Robertson gsve notice he would, this day, more that t!w Council in future meet on Tuesdays and Fridays, in addition to the present sitting days, and that Government business on those days take precedence of ail other business. The adoption of tho report of tho Criminal Lunatics Bill was posponed for a week. Mr. Robertson moved that the order of the day for the second reading of the Crown Lands Bill be posponed until this day, in that he might ascertain what course would be most desirable to pursue in relation to it. Jin. Hargravc seconded the motion, which was agreed to. \ The consideration in committee of the Pitt street Tramway Bill was postponed until this day. Mr. Holding...

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THE CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

\ the censu^ On Monday next, the orb April, the con sits of the colony will be taken, and tlicoccu ?picr of every house will be required to (ill up on that tiny the paper left by the collector, with the name of every person who slept in his house or on his premises on the Sundmj night previous. If the occupier is unable to write, or from other causes is unable to fill up the printed paper or schedule left with him, the collector will fill it in for him when lie calls for the schedule from information which the person occupying is bound to sup ply in accordance with the intent and terms .of the Act. Clause G of, (he Act requires that — Kvery occupier.of.nny dwelling, or of «ny distinct stnrv or apartment in ariyitlwelUpg, with or for whom nuy such schi'clula k1i;iI1 hnve been left'as aforesaid, shall fill up thu paid schedule to (lie best ofhis oi-Micr knowledge nml be lief, so far ns relates In nlljpersocis abiiling in thu dwelling, . .ilory,, or npnrlimMit occupied by dim or her, a...

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