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Newcastle Police. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

tlcujcaotlr police. Wkdnusdav, April 3. (Before Mr. Scott. P.M.) Charles and Maria IJrartfonl, muii and wife, was sum med on a charge nf assaulting Miiria liuttcrworth, on the Ihultinio. The case was iiost|ioneil. Michael Nowlau, carpenter, was again called upon to tar and answer the charge of having compelled hi' wile lovelier home from fear nnd. the violence of his threats. let* was, however, no appearance of either plaintiff ov faidaht. Thursday, Aimul 4. Jefore Mr. Scott, P. M., and Mr. C. 11. RancUud, J.l\) James Wilson, labourer, was fined 'His., or 4S hours in the iclcup. for being drunk and disorderly in Bultoii-strcet, i the Mi instant. Chariot and MariaWradford, were again boforo the court I rtinand, for nssaulting olio Maria Huttcrwnrih, and were roered to pay a penalty of Is., and costs of court, or 21 oun in the cells. FiUierino Hoy, widow, whs summoned for the nonpny enlof £1 7s. to Frances Cookc, but on hearing evidence c wse was dismissed. ;Wlliam Fleming, seaman, be...

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In the Newcastle District Court. William Henry Whyte, plaintiff; and the Bank of New South Wales, defendants. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

In tlie Newcastle District Court. ' -\ illiam Henry Whyte. plamtifl, and the Hank of New ? South Wales, defendants. On the second day of April, in tho year of our Lord 18C1, diaries Uollon, of Newcastle, collector of cubIoihb, bring duly sworn,'inakelh oath and sniih :— 1st.— I verily believe that, from the position in which many persons on the jury list for this district, or their friends, stand with the ilillerent biinkinir rninntmini. nnd from local prejudices and the feeling existing against such institutions generally,, aud the defendants in particular, that a fair and impartial trial cannot he had before n jury in this district touching the matter in dispute in this case. 1 ? (Signed) C. UOLTON. ? Sworn, &c, before me, Helenus Scott, commissioner for affidavits.

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

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. On Monday evening, the council ihet^ pursuant tl- rierci adjournment. 1'reaent: His worship tho Mayor, oars uhlermen Corlette, Buxton, Ross, jliolton, Pratttn, J-'1 mid Kemp. The minutes of the jrcvious meeting cw having been read and confirmed, oimotion- standing Wil in nluernian l'rattcn's name, hnring reference I'd Me tenders being invited for the kerbing aud guttering 'iilioi of Darhv-stveet. wns allowed to lanse lor. Uic wniitoi *'« a seconder. - Alderman ConLETTE then moved, Mcwidsil ta j| alderman Ross — ' That the couicil resolve itecll iB, into a committee of the whole, fir tlw purpose of in taking into consideration the prnjer of thepclilbH' signed by 1 .'! of the inhabitants, calling- upon ll»f.c council to adopt some means of prohibiting the saleL nnd suppiyTtf butchers' inont on tio Sflbboth Jay.' l( The council having resolved. intc committee,, pro- E cecde I to consider the petition referred tor and after »i a variety of opinions had been expres...

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In the Newcastle District Court. William Henry Whyte, plaintiff, Bank of New South Wales, defendants. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

In tlie Newcastle District Court. William Henry Whvte, plaintiff, Iiauk.of New South Wales, defendants. 'On the second day of April, in the year of our Lord 1801, John Dingle, merchant, of Newcastle, being duly sworn, mnkclli oath and saith as follows: — , 1st.— I verily bclicvo that, from the antagonistic position in which many persons on the jury list for this district, or their friends, stand with the different banking companies, and from local prejudices .and the feelings existing against snob institutions generally, and the defendants in particu lar, that a fair and impartial trial cannot be had before . jury in this district touching tho matter in dispute in thi ; ' (Signed) JOHN BUNGLE. Sworn. 8rc, C. 13. Ranclaud. After rending il q affidavits, Mr. Bishop moved the following resolution : — . That it is the opinion of this meeting, that the affidavits made and sworn' to before* the 13cnch,~ at Newcastle, in reference to the case of Whyte v. the Bank of New South Wales, for ch...

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

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, April 5. The Council met yesterday at tvrcnty-fivc minutes past four o'clock. In answer to a question from Mr. Deas Thom son, Mr. Robertson said it was not the intention of the Government to introduce any Bill this session for the adjustment of the accounts with tho colony of Queensland. On the motion of Mr. Robertson, Tuesdays and Fridays in each week, were appointed ad ditional sitting days, and Government business to- take precedence oo those days. Mr. Robertson moved the second reading of the- Crown Laods Alienation Bill. Pic explained the principles of the Bill. Mr. Hargravo seconded the motion. Mr. Deas Thomson moved tho adjournment of tho debate until Wednesday nest, to allow members time to consider the arguments of the mover of the Bill. The motion was agreed to. Mr. Robertson moved the 'second reading of the Crown Lands Occupation Bill, and explained its provisions and principles. Mr. Hargravo seconded the motion. On...

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

? BV Newcastle :-Printed and published by thePioprieloift* H. M' Dick em and J. Baker, at the ,.-*««'%' I General Printing Office, Bolton-street. Vi edncKUJi I April 10,1861.

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

THE WAll IN NEW ZEALAND. Captain M'KELfcAit, of the brig Highland Lassie, from Taranalci, New Zealand, has oblig ingly furnished us with copies of the Tarannki iJcratd down to the 23rd March, from which we extract the following : — ITUIRANGI. Saturday, Marcii 16. The active operations resumed against the enemy on Friday wore continued vigorously until at a late hour, and before we left the field a second lunu of tho 1-lth regt. was wounded. There was a short pause after sunset, but soon after dark tho thunder of bursting shell and ra king shot broko the silence of ni^lit, as they car ried to tho Maorics the terrible warnings of their fate. The 8-inch gun, mounted at No. G redoubt, was moved forward this morning, fo that there aro now in front of ToArei pa, two 8 inch guns, two 8-inch and two 10-inch mortars, as many cohort!^ 10T»o,24-poun-lcr howitzer and 12-pounder, aud one 9-pbundor field piece. One would thiuk this much axtillory. would be suffi cient to annihilate anythwjkin^tli...

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

MUSWKLT.imOOK. [FROM A CORRKSrONDBNT.] 'jvnuc meeting was held at tho court-house, on 'Vy last, with a view to nlopt a pet tion to his tallency the Governor-General, praying th it cer Mniands now under survey, nnd applied for pur *-« by a lnrge landowner, bo reserved for free se ?««n. About seventy persoes were prosent. It wit first thought tliut tho meeting was called for ?'PUrDOSO of mnL-iim mi uiinlinnliim llint tlin snid wbo reserved for a .town commonage. Great dis wnbetion h felt among some of our townspeople «' llie petition did not apply to n town commonage jiite«d of free selection, which would hnvo.heen of Ni greater service to tho inhabitants. Tho poti Pjiwas hawked' about for signatures, but I believe W few persons signed it. 'Kaster Monday. — Master -Monday puaaod off ?V quietly. The town was almost desertod. All ^.people gone n pic-nic-ing — a regular series of 'Ic-Sics. Tlio children of St. Aubin's school were Jijwntod. with books by tho Kcv. Mr. White, episco )«i*- m...

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THE COAL TRADE BETWEEN NEWCASTLE AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

THE COAL TRADE BETWEEN NEWCASU AND MELBOURNE. A few Rentlemcn engneed in the importation ? coal to Melbourne from Newcastle, mot ye»terdij at Jones' Motel. Willinm-ntreet, for the purpoisi taking into consideration tho best means of checkit '. the present system ndopted by shippers of lendii cargoes of coal consider.ib'v under the weight certi ficd. Mr. Mnuritz was in ihe chair. After lomfl Ml ' versaiion had t iken place, in the course of which tt ex'sting grievance whs strongly commentedupon,lj 'P following resolut;on was o itried, on the mo'ii n of M ? « Marshall, seconded hy Mr. Duthie :-' That ik ^P captains and ofllcers of several vessel* arriving ben M1 after with cools be reques'ed to make tlier Hffiiiw .; ' that bulk h«s not betn kroktn since having Ne« I cnstlp, and that a person be appointed and iwoml J weigh -.ut the cargoes; when, should the coart' found short ol the quantities stated in the ship'* -!4 tificate, this meeting pledges its support Jo prolNut' the company s...

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

CRICKET. On Saturday lust a cricket match was played in the A. A, Company's paddock, between eleven of the Morpcthui eleven ot' the Newcastle clubs.' Tlie day was very 6^ nnd the game passed oil' pleasantly, courtesy and g«j fueling having characterised the conductor the playenb. wards each other. Had the Morpeth players possead hotter bowlers, there would not have been such »n oto.j whelming majority in favour of Newcastle. . I MO11PETII. First innings. Second Inningi, I M'Lntighliu, c. Webb, b. Chap- I man ? 1 b. Honnell ? 0 Selden, c. Chapman, b.Beeston. 2 c. Haniiell, b. ClupT . . man ? 0 J. Dluflbrd, b. Chapman ? 7 c. Chapman, b. Hid. nell ? J Mitchell, c.IInnncll, b.Becston. 0 b. Chapman ? ) Cornelius, b. ISeeston ? 0 b. Chapman ? I Hlundell, b. Chapman ? 5 b. Hanncll ? „! -?Hanshaw, s.Wcbu, 1-. lSccston.. 6, run out...' ? I Illobinson, not out ? 2 b. Hanliell ? ,..8 Stacey, b. lieenton . .? ? 0 run out ? 1 Saunders. b. Chapman ? .?1 c, M'l'lienon, b.Hao- . ?L i no' ? I %rtus,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 April 1861

Children's Feast at Pit Town — This feast, which was originally unnounced to take place on Wednesday last, was postponed until the following Friday, in consequence of the inclemency of tho weather. About three o'clock p.m., the company a locomotive was in waiting to convey visitors from town, and such were. the numbes who sought to avail themselves of it that the carriages were filled and the remainder had to remain until the train had ..„!.,-„„,! fnr tti»m. Thn chief inhabitants of tho' city, with their families, were present, and together with the miners, and their wives and child.cn, made up an assembly of upwards of 500. During tea the miners' band enlivened the repa-t with some of th ir choicest airs. After tea,. Arthur Hodgson, Esq., took the chair and addressed tho assembly an'd explained the motive and nafre of the proceedings of the day, which had originated in a desire to promote and en courage the cause of education among the numerous and important community of that local...

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

? jfl H B NEWCASTLE CHRO NICLE ;J_- '.-??? ant Hunter River Newt. Ur ' .; rUBLlMIED EVE^Y ''^rjBDNESDjjWr andj£AJ?URDAY. ? ' ?'?. i t/LTM3/Q/svili/k\?rioii : s. d. fif paid in i&ikhX-i/L/-' ? ? (??' Quarter) ..66 f*T Pci«* for single numbers, 3d. . . ? ? t£R«S OF' AdVeRTISIKO r ' Vihlttnci or under].. '., ...??.?„?.., Schilling. |j*t life* or/over lour' .: ?. .- ;'. ?. . Two ShU hng». ISnllB' or oversight . . . . ... Three Shi ings. Stotwttatj or ov-rr twriw . ; . . . . . Four Shilling*. Forevery additional line, two-pence. A ducount will Up allowjed on all ? advertisements, if in artel according to the following scale, vi*. :— ] Four insertions ..: ? 10 per cent. fight ditto .V ? 40 „ - Thirteen ilitU (one. quarter) ?? .. 30 „ :V;rJ. STEAM TO SYDNEY. .''i',lvii TttE Australasian Steam NavU jjjOnfflk. gation Company's Steamers will leave j|||M^. MdRrETU (calling at Newcastle), -*||§ili^ until further notice. / f, MONDAYS \collaAoy, Qjtot*) Mnlhall, THURSDAYS J rfW//^^ TUESDA...

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

SHIPPING. AIIIUVALS. April O.~ Waratah, steamer, from Sydney. Success, barque, 289, Mac;.list«rr, fur Mellronrnc, .Venture, brig, 117, Francis, from Melbourne. ' ?. ' ' . April 7.— AdolplniR, schooner, 120, Scott, from Mel.': bourne. Natal, barque, I7S, M'Alpin, from Melbourne. Highland Lassie, brie. 179, M'Kellar, fromTaranaki, N.Z. Matador, barque, 249, Lindsay, froin/ Melbourne. C. I''. J.essinfr, Hambiire brig, Ml, Lessing, from' Melbourne. Janet, brig, 188, Johnston, from Melbourne. William Hill, britf, 109, Lcnnvu, from Geeloiig. Aprils.— Mary Anne, schooner. 137, Greig, from Mel bourne. Pearl, srlionncr, IKi, Pnllu. from Melbourne. Vistula, schooner, 133, Culbart, from Melbourne. Druid, barque, 285, Short, from Melbourne. MacclesBeld, schoo. tier, 113, iloss, from Melbourne. Ovcruianu, Danish barque, 290, Gotsch, from Melbourne. '? ' ' departures. April 0.— Urara, Eleamcr, for Graflon.. Prairie, brig, Winsborrow, for Lauueeston, with 190 tons coal. Keller, wont, schooner, Ste...

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

MARRIAGE. At Newcastle, on the 9th instant, by special license, by the Rev. James Nimmo, M.A., of St. Andrew's Church, Marmaduke Henry Wilson, musical composer and pianist, to Miss Margaret Teys, daughter of David Teys, Esq., Murrurrundi.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. CONVENTION BETWEEN HER BRITANIC MAJESTY'S PLENIPOTENTIARY AND THOSE OF THE EMPEROR OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. CONVENTION BETWEEN HEB BM TANIC MAJKSTVS PLENII'OTENTIARY AND THOSE OF THE EMPEROR OF CHINA. ? The terms of the Convention are said to be the following. ft will be matter of curious interest to know Jiow Her Majesty's representatives here will reconcile nrticle 5 in this Convention with some of the clauses of the measure that may, ere long, be laid before him for the royal as sent by the legislature ot tins colony, inler dictiny the Emperor's subjects from coming to New South Walts, as a British colony, liow can Her Majesty be made a party to such conflicting conditions — as she virtually will be in this event — without involving the consistency of the proceeding and the credit und dignity of the British crown ? In article 1 tlie Emperor expresses his regret at the misunderstanding occasioned by .the alfkir of Titku. Article 2 revokes. the consent Riven by the Queen to the conditional suspension of her Trcuty right to .place a' Minister .in permanent residence nt P...

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(Cruort of Coal. WEEK ENDING APRIL 12, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

(firnnt-t af CTilill. Week kndi.vo Amu. 1-', 18(51 :— A. A. Company.— Sydney, (Ml tuns ; Melbourne, lniRJ tons; Tasmania, 80 tons; New Zealand, 12 tons; foreign ports, 81 toil!;; steamers, -S1 tons. Total, V,)'2fi tuns. C. and C. Com£a-ny.— Sydney, OS,'} tons ; stonmers, 128 tons. Total, 811 tons. Colonial Markets. — The flour market at Adelaide is firm, at £18 to £1(J los. -$? ton. Wheat, (Is. lid. f bushel at the port, and 6's. Sd. iu town. At the latest nil viccs from Melbourne, the state of the markets are re ported as being firm. The Member ron Moui'etii. — We perceive from the Maitland Mercury, th.it the friends of .Mr. Buchanan, at Murpcth, have held a meeting for the purpose of adding to the sustcntation committee for the support of that gen tleman in parliament'. The meeting seemed generally to entertain a belief that Mr. Buchanan had faithfully abided by the pledges on which he obtained their sulfVugos, with one exception, in reference to his violation of the total ah. s(i...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10TH [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, Apiiil 101 The Speaker took the ohair at half past throe o'clock. Mr. Gray laid upon the table the report of tbo select committee on privilege, with minutes and appendix, which was read, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Shepherd presented a petition, praying the House not to sanction the redemption of the Field-of-Mars Common Mr. Cowpor presented a petition in favour of the Synods Bill and another potition against it. Captain Moriarty and Mr. Piesley presented petitions in favour of tho Synods Bill. Mr. Wcckes laid upon the table a despatch re lative to the Royal Mint, which was ordered to bo printed. In reply to Mr. Driver, Mr. Cowper said that ho had received a telegram from the police ma gistrate at Bathurst, staling that ho was not aware that any name had been omitted from the ju'y list for tho last two' or three years y but, from au explanatory-note in the sheriff's office it appeared that some names which were ineli gible for insertion on the spe...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, April 10. Tlio Counoil met yesterday, nt thn ujinl liour. Mr. Hargruvc'a motion — ' That tho further consideration in committee of tho whole of the Pitt-street Tramway Jiill of ISO I, which lapsed by the House boing counted out on tho 4th in stant, be now resumed, which, utter some oppo sition from Mr. Want, Mr.Johnson and Mr.ITill, was carried. The House therefore went into committee and went through the remaining clauses. Tho 33 ill was reported to the Houso with amondmonts, and tho adoption of the report fixed for this day. The Houso went into committoo on tho Bill for tho enforcement of olaims against tho Grown. Thu clauses were gone through with few verbal amendments. Thursday ArniL 11. Tho Gounoil mot yesterday at half-past four. Mr. Want presontod a potition from 19G Chi nese who wore expelled from Lambing Flat by tho European diggeos, and seeking compensation to the amount of £5395. The petition could not bo reooivo...

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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

COLONIAL SUMMARY. Tub Maitland and Morprtii Railway.— A meeting of the provijonnl committee of theMaittand and Morpeth Itailwuy Company was held on Friday evening, at Mr. Mullen's office, Wilt Maitland— Mr. B. Lre in (he olinir. VariotH letters wero.reed. They included one from Mr. K. Flood, who expressed h*9 willingness 1 1 take shares t - tho amount of £25:10, and who had no doubt thnt, if tho logal arrangements could be complied, the bill might bo passed this sea turn. Another letter was fr.iin Mr. D.'ckson, M.L A., who, in signifying hia approval of tho projoct, pro mised his support, and did not anticipate nny objec tion, as the mijoriiy of the members, he believed, would cheerfully uicourage tho undertaking. Ho al»o wan wilting (o tnko eharos. Mr. Cadcll stated that Mr, \V. Nicholson would nlso bcconio a nh ire- holder. Tin. niinies of Mr. Flood and Mr. Nicholson wero addid to the lift of the provisional coinmiit.o Mr. Cidoll intimated liia intention of mnkint; n tlio* rough c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

NOTICK OF MOTION. ^ The following (mention, of which Mr. Hanncll had given notice in the house on Tuesday, lapsed in conic, miencc of the absence of that gentleman, notice of which in all probability, will bo renewed, mid some Mops founded thereon to prevent similar accidents in future:— Mr. Hannell to ask the Secretary for Works :— Whether, in order to avoid the recurrence of accidents of sucli a fatal nature aa thnt which occurred at Newcastle on the 1st instant, tho Government intend to erect fences parallel with the line of railway between tlieCoal and Cop per Company's staitlis and Watt-strcot, and ofliird the public means of access to tlio wharves and watcrsido front ages by means of proper crossings at the end of the princi pal fltrceU of (lie city.

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