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

VESTRY MEETING. On Tuesday last, a meeting was held in the j vestry-room of Christ's Church Cathedral, for j the purpose of auditing the acconnts of the churchwardens going out of office, and for elect ing three churchwardens for the ensuing year. The chair was taken at 12 o clock by the llcv. Canon Fr.BTCUEB, B.D., incumbent, and a very large uumbcr of the pew-renters of the church were present, including the Rev. Mr. Yeatman, Messrs. II. Scott, Beresford Iludson, J. Biugle, sen., J. R. Bingle, jun., J. Luke, W. Weatherill, C. Konrick, S. Kemp, C. Bolton, J. F. Shaw, C. Ranclaud, W. Lochbead, II. Chaff, M. Rich ardson, W. Thompson, J. Smith, Ash, Nors worthy, Holt, Currey, Greaves, &c. Others had expressed their wish to attend, but were pre vented by unavoidable business. The Chairman having addressed some re marks to tho meeting with reference to his first occupation of the chair at their vestry meeting, explained the principles and rules which ought to regulutc their proc...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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LEVEL RAILWAY CROSSINGS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

l.HYKli RAILWAY CROSSINGS AND TIIKUt CON'SKOUKNCKS. The recent and fatal accident which oc curred on tho;GreatvNo;%thern Railway, near the crossing) ha3 .gone. far towards rcalis Jua^Uiose sveinua apprehensions all along i'l'itjCn'ninril respecting them. The extreme danger .io 'which life and limb were c.\ po's^l;|i;oin the existence of these level cross ings' in the centre of a crowded and business thoroughfare, has been repeatedly pojnted out,, and the necessary precautions insisted upon to minimise, ai far ns possible, the' amount of risk incurred. Considering the position of these railway lines along the entire water frontage of the city, and the amount of busi ness transacted with the shipping frequent ing the port, and that all access to the water side at every point, and for whatever purpose, is only to be attained by crossing these lines upon a level, it must be apparent that, un less every possible care and precaution are adopted, accidents, fatal or otherwise, are in evita...

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REPORT. NINTH REPORT OF THE IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE OF THE NEWCASTLE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

UK POUT. NINTH RKPOltT OF TUB IMIUIOVHMKNT CO.MM1TTUB Ol' THU NBWCASTLE MU NICIPAL COUNCIL. Your committee bog to report — 'That fi-r tlio purpose of preparing nn estimate of tlio proba ble amount, which will bu required for public worka, and other expenses necessary for carrying into effect the provisions of the municipalities' not »f 1858, for the current year, your com mittee hold meetings on the 11 tli -.ml on the 25 Ih ultimo,, at ?tvhich racetiug*, the improve ments required on the public thoroughfares of the municipality were taken/mlo consideration, and the following resolutions agreed to, by your committee, with referenco thereto. '? Propriety of Purchasing Portions op No. 10 Allotment in Dauby-street. — That tho mayor be authorised to negotiate with Mr. W.T. Boycc, as to tho purchasing of 10 feet on north side of allotment No. 10, on Darby-streot, for drainage purposes. ' That Darby-street, from Pitt-strcct to No. 2 culvert, be curbed and guttered on both sides, and gravel...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To Ihe Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sill— -As tlic census or iSeiv South Wnl;s will be taken the day after your next issue, I will, by your permission, chII the attention of your readers to the importance of making true entries in rcspeet to religious profession. All who make nny pretensions to religion will bo ready and proud enough to insert the name of the denomination to which be belongs, and I trust that all who find themselves unable to subscribe to tile old orthodox notions of ' the fall of man,' 'miraenloiiR conception,' K.'c, Sic, will bo enually ready to adopt such names ns will be most likely to rcprosunt'tlicir present convictions. Let the Sweilcnbur giah, Uuivcrsalist, and Mormon, each wrilo thu name of his own denomination. No our need fear of ofUtuliug any one in doing lliis, as 'the collectors .ire strictly ordered not to divulge nny information given in the census paper.' Those who do not believe in tlio 'miraculous conception ami divine nature...

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ANNIVERSARY OF THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

AsNivnRSAii* uv mn Primitive Method. ' Saubatii Sciiooi., Newcastle. — The nnniveriin k i of this excellent institution was held on Good FrS « ev and Sabbath last. On the first-named day the cS ho'ci dren were regaled with an ample supply of b^ s*' nlumcake, tea, &c, and were afterwards allowed 'Q* amuse thenuclves by playing on the greeu in Dm&aSI of the church. At five o'clock about 180 nf*.cf^ teachers and supporters of the school sat down u'i ?* sumptuous repast provided by several of the laf! « connected with the church. After the tables «» * removed a public meeting was held in the chwA ? presided over by Mr. Gilmore, of Hexham. Fn} [' the report read by Mr. G. Wrightson, we learntt I-J school is in a prosperous state, containing at thepn. '' sent 37 boys and 57 girls, total 85; of tcachen, o^ 'I 12, female 0, totul 17, being an increase for the tq ** of 10 scholars and three teachers. The number || * volumes in the library is 2U0. Able and approprak I' address...

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Cruart of Coal. WEEK ENDING APRIL 5, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

Crunrt of CoiU Wkkk nNWNo Aimui- 5, 1801 s— A. A. CoMt'ANV. — Sydney, l.'Jo'tons; Melbourne, 821 tons i Tnsmanin, \M tons) 'Mow Zealand, 212 tons Total, 1JJU.1 Ions. ' ' C. and C. CoMr,\NY^r-i-ydncy, 4 IS tons; Adelaide, f)Sl- tons ; New Zcnlnud, 32!) tons j slonmcrs, 374 tons, Total, 2105 tons. . ' Ciuckut.— A match will bo plnvod in the A. A. Com pany's paddock this day, between Iho Newcastle and Mar pctli clubs, when, from the known celebrity of several of the players engaged, n first-rate display of cricket is anti cipated. The following gentlemen hava been selected to represent the Newcastle club: — Messrs. C. Ilanncll, II. Webb (captain), W. Francis. J.lJceston, K. M'l'herson, II . Krown. .!, Uoilijers, 1!. Wei Ik, S. Chapman, J. Steel, nml H. Watt.

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

Tnr.nc is considerable excitement nmong tho trading community of tlio citv, relative to some affidavits wliicli Imvc been sworn to by Messrs. Uolton, lioswell, and Bingle, nnd which reflects grent odium on those persons whose nnmes arc on tho jury lists for the district, no have been unnblc to outn'm conies in time for insertion, but shall pub. lish them in next Wednesday's issue. The Police Poor Uox. — The collections for the three weeks ending Friday, April G, amounted to la Id., during which period Ss. lid. had been disbursed towards the passage of a pauper to Sydney,

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A BEAR HUNT IN AUSTRALIA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

A BEAR HUNT IN AUSTRALIA. [FROM A COKBESroNDENT.] As it ib nut at all unlikely that certain of m readers may be altogether unacquainted with thefoi of this creatures existence in Australia, I beg to for ward the following account of the pursuit and up. ture of an animal so called, at which I was recently present. Being on a visit at a friend's house (ntir B .thurst) my attention was suddenly aroused by tit entrance of my host's son — a lad of fifteen— m'tl' the intelligence that be had been on the track of i 'native bear' for the last two hours, and had it length succeeded in tracing it to a large gum tree in the neighbourhood,, among the branches of wbkh poor Bruin had — as he no doubt considered — salty ensconced himself. 'If that be the case,' observed my friend, ' we shall have some difficulty in fetch-; ing him down, for' (turning to me) 'would you be lieve it possible, that these animals possess in tit amazingly thick and close texture of their fur, i protection against shot a...

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

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The quarterly meeting of the municipal council was held, pursuant to notice, at noon, on Monday. Present — his worship the mayor, aldermen Boltuii, Pratten, Kemp, and Buxton. The minutes of the previous meeting hav ing been read and confirmed, the Ma von, as chairman, brought up a report of the finance committee, dated March IS, 1801, recom mending payment of sundry accounts, and moved that the report be received, which, being seconded by alderman Uoltos, was carried unanimously. The M.i volt then, ns chnirmnn, brought up a report, dated 25th March, 1801, from the improvement committee, recommending certain improvements in Darby, Church, Bolton, Blane, King. Market, and Newco men, streets, and nn estimate of probable ex penditure required for the current year. The Mayor moved that the report be received, which was seconded by alderman Boltox, and carried. COURESPONDENCE. Letter to P.O. Boswell, Esq., informing him that the council had no objection to the erect...

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

FREEHOLD PHOPEI1TY IN M5WCASTMJ. lirick-built first-ra e finished shop and dwelling house, with kitchen, with servants' room over, detached ; four-hor- c stalile, with loft, &c, on . an allotment of land having CO feet frontage to Darby-street, by a-Hrpth of 100 fret, more or lets, immediately adjoining Ihe oddfellows' hall, and bo well known as the surgery and dwelling house of It. Irwin, Esq., M.D. W. H. WHYTE HAS received instructions to offer for sale by public auction, on the p e vises, on Wednes day, the 17th April, at twelve o'clock, The above described and really very valuable pro perty. This is an opportunity very rarely to be met vvilh, of acquiring at once, and without any trouble or further outlay, a good and subsr^nl^y-IJuilt pro perly, now in occupation, ancj.not requiring a far thing to be spent upoh if fur some years. Every person who knows tHafpropbrly is'nwave : |hat it has been bn'lt totally rc&ardjess of expense, for the owners' own re idenijp. Wh...

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

d |^ STEAM TO SYDNEY. 6 I J i. ^UE Australasian Steam Navi e jyirffiL gation Company's Steamers will leave r «fflgM3^. Morpeth (calling at Nmcastlb), ,?. ^j^pBpy 'Ptil further notice. Tv ! IlONDAYS 'IcoLtAUOY, Captair/Mulhall, » iLbSdATS J ^ 7 o'clock a.m. 5 '&0ESDAYS Iihaloko, Captain Adams, ' Fridays / «t 2 o'clock p.m. p I GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., I Agents, Scott-street. ? I Newcastle, April 2, 1861. ! I ? ? ? f ANTED, to CHARTER, vessels for the fol lowing ports--- , , / I MELBOURNE, AND- PORTS IN { 1 1 , NEW ZEALAND, «-J ? I App ica ion o GE0RGE TULLY & co#,j ; ... Scott and Bolton streets, Newcastle. „ ? \March 1, 1861. ? I' itTTANTED, to CHARTER, vessels, from 150 to '?' !,W 300 tons, for New Zealand and Mel i iwjaNE. For further particulars, apply to . J . . GEORGE 11. DIBBS & CO. 4 , Newcastle. 1st March, 1801. ? _^ J J. STEAM -TUG 'TAMAR.' iijmHE undersigned are .prepared to arrango for jjjL TOWING VESSELS of any description, at i ! reasonable...

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

SHIPPING. AnmvAi.F. April 2.— Prairie, hrip, l.W, Winsljorrow, from Sydney. Kcllbrinnnt, scluionor, ]??--, Stevens, I'rom Melbourne. April 3.— Telegraph, steamer, anilVivturia, stenmer, from Sydnny. nr.PARTUKEs. April 2.— Gem, seluipner, Dutliie, for Melbourne, with 120 ((ins coal ami (lilt) bushels ma'v/.e. Drover, briff, i'allen, I'nr Occliing, with iififl tons coal. Vibilia, schooner, Adams, t'ur (Jecloinj, with 1(18 tons coal. April 4.— Telegraph, stenmer, for Morctnn Day. Victo ria, steamer, for the Manning Itiver. Prince Albert, brig, Aldrcd, 'for Melbourne,. .wjlj(,J24 tons coal. Passengers— Mrs. A Illicit. ' ' ''?»._ April .1.— if essie, schooner, Lawson, for Melbourne, with lO'l) tons eoal. . . .. '??, ,, C.PASTr.RS OUTWARDS. April .'!.— Vcnus,^ Courier, Unity, Dart, Hanger, ni:d Liberty, for Syilncy.sj, \,-.-S, ? '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 April 1861

MARRIAGES.     At the residence of the brides' brother-in-law, by special license, on the 2nd instant, by the Rev. James Nimmo, M.A., of St. Andrew's Church, Mr. Frederic Ash, of the firm of Ash and Norsworthy, to Elspeth, fourth daughter of Mr. Robert Kirkaldy, Newcastle.   On the 1st April, by the Rev. W. J. Dean, at his resi- dence, Wolfe-street, Mr. Isaiah Hurst, miner, Burwood,     to Miss Sophia Turner, of Sydney.     On the 2nd April, by the Rev. W. J. Dean, at his resi- dence, Wolfe-street, Mr. T. A. Warland, lime merchant, of Stockton, to Mrs. Sarah Stokoe, of Newcomen-street, in   this city.   The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, APRIL, 6, 1861.

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Continued from the Chronicle of April 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

Continued from the Chronicle of April 3. ?? As in the ease of all prodigies, tiieir brains were overworked', brad health- ensued, iiiid death wns tlic consequence, at a period when they had not emerged from boyhood and girl hood. These facts ought to be remembered: bv nnrmits. some of whom resrard nrecoeitv. unless accompanied by visible deformity, as a most gratifying indication, and on account of it lash the memory and intellect of the child. Sometimes, however, it is accompa nied' by visible deformity of the head, and then the fears of parents are1 grontly awa kened. Take, for instance, the disease known by the name - of Rickets.. Every person !? believe understands that this- is- a disease of childhood, and, aceording-to tlic- best' medical i authorities, it arises from- the irritation or ih» Domination of some organ, and frequently of tho brain. Mccliel observes that tho brain in-this disease is muoh increased in size — aneffcot gradually produced, without disor ganization -of ...

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DR. MACNISH'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

DR. MACNISH'S LECTURE. Delivered at the Temperance Alliance Rooms, Odd fellows' Hall, on the I2tk March, 1801. ,. Subject: — ' Infantile Edvoatio-h m Co.vkcc tiok with Sabbath Schools.'- - t i 'AH' who have meditated on the art of governing mankind' well have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth-.'

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. MINMI AND HEXHAM RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

PARLIAMENTARY PAI'E RS. MINMI AND IIEXHAM RAILWAY. REroiiT of tho Select Committee of tho Legislntivo Assembly, for wIkiro consideration was referred on tho 12th February last, tho ' Minmi and Heshnin Railway Act Amendment Hill,' and to whom was also referred on tho 18th February, 'a petition from Henry uui-ton Bradley, of Sydney, in tho colony of Now South Wales, solicitor, ngninst tho passing of tho said bill, do far as it may nll'uct cer tain private interests therein set forth, and praying to bo heard by himself, his counsel, or agent, nguinst tho said bill.' That your committee Imvo examined tho solicitor for the' bill and other witnesses, nnd that the pream ble, as verbally amended, having been proved to tho satisfaction of your committee, they considered the clhur.cB nnd the schedule of tho bill, and deenu-d it expedient to introduce the new clause and other amendments shown in the accompanying schedule thereof. The petitioner, Hfr. If. B. Bradley, duly appeared before your c...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

LIXJISLATJVK ASSKMDLY. Fuidav. Aritii. 5. The Speaker took the chair at half past threo o'clock. ???'?. Before proceeding to business, tho Speaker called tho attention of the House to a point made in his ruling on Wednesday evening, when attention had been called to the state of tue. TTnimo whilst, tho i-tr-rlc-- ivnrn rpviuincr tlw- hnllnt. papors for nn important committee, which had been culled for .with reference to the conduct of tho Chief Justice Tho Speaker called the at tontion of tho House to tho 2i)id clause of tho Constitution Act, which only laid it down that the Houso should not enter on any business unless there be a quorum present. I ho Stand ing Orders further provided that |if notico were taken that Micro was not a quorum present the Speaker should at ouco adjourn tho House. Tho question was whether it was his duty to have adjourned tho Houso or not, and if tho latter, whether, in failing to adjourn (he House, tho proceedings had been invalidated. He consi dered it ...

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BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

BILLS. To Limit tub Power- or Police Maoistrates anD'J-ustices-of TJiB Peace. — [Mr. Buchanan ] — Be it enacted by. t'ie Qjuecn's most excellent Majesty by and with tho advice and consent of the Legisla tive Council and Legislative Assembly of New South Wales in Pailinni nt assembled and bv the authority J of the same as follows : — K From ana after the dnte ! of. the passing of this Act it shall be unlawful for ' any police magistrate or justice of the pcaco in the , colony of New South Wales to. inflict a lunger term of imprisonment than six mouths.. 2. This Act shall t-e st-lediand muy be oitcd ns the .' Magistrates' Powers Limitation Act.' TilF. Bl'.NKFI.T TO THE HoSl'ITAL. ? We pel'Ceive that1 Mr. Colcman's liberality extends to two more evenings, at the court-house, on Thursday (to-morow) aiul-Kriday,.for the benefit of tlic honpitnl We feel certain thnl tfic kiuducsj of this talented polypho nist will bo. lipuxtily responded jto, and that crowded bouses on both nights,, will....

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ESTIMATED DISTRIBUTION OF VOLUNTEER VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

ESTIMATED' DISTRIBUTION OF VOLUN TEER VOTE. One inspecting held olhcer, at 20s. V diem ? SG5. 0 0 One adjutant, IOs. f- diem, with 2s. Gd. ^ diem for forage ? 228. 2 G ; Two clerks— Int. 4s. Gd., 1 at Ite. Gd. $ diem-.. ? 14G 0 0 1 One musketry instructor (12th regi ' ment). at 10j. # diem ? 182 10 0 One sergeant instructor (12th rcgi : ment.1; at 5a. ty diem ? 01 5 0 ARTILLERY:. One commandant, at '.fls. $-* diem. ....... 273 15 0- Oiie adjutant, at ISi. per diem, with 2s. Cd. per day for forage.. .„ ? 22& 2. G: Seven drill instructors, at'tfs. Gd ? 44T. 2 G One clerk, at 2jj. Gdi ? 4612 G RIFLES. One sergeant-major,. at 10s. per diem.. 1S2 10 0 , Twelve drilHnstrnctors, Gat 3s. Gd., and Gat 7a. per diem ? 1142 15 0 One bugler ,.at 7s. per diem ? 127 15 0' MOUNTED III PUSS. One commandant, forage, at 2s. Gd. per diem...., ? „ ? 40 12. G One adjiitaiuyat 5i. per diem ? 9 It 5- -0 Total pay ? £3604-7. G CONTINGENCIES. Contribution to support of band ? £300 0 0 Clothing 1500' ...

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PUBLIC MEETING IN DEFENCE OF THE HONOUR OF THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

PlTDLIC MEETING IN DEFENCE OF THE HONOUR OF THE CITY. :A public mkbting, convented by requisition to his worship 'iho mayor, tfus held in the cotirt-liouFe, oiyXuesfduy evening, arid wns attended- by the* largest ? and most orderly assembly of citizens that, perhaps, ever took place in Newcastle: The Ma voit, in taking the chair, 'read the requisition presented to him, and ill compli ance with which he had convened the pre sent meeting. . He bespoke, on the part of the audience, a fair and impartial hearing for the movers nnd seondors of tho resolutions, and a like amount of fairness and magnani mity for any who might psesent themselves, 1o offer explanation, or an adverse opinion to those entertained by the promoters, and in conclusion, called upon Mr. Bishop to move the first resolution. That gentleman, in rising, snid he would first read the affidavits as tlie groundwork of the present proceedings, and then move the resolution repelling the allegations con tained in the affidavit...

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