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newcastle police SATURDAY, APRIL 6. (Before Mr. Scott. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

HftDcasilf Police. SjTUUPAY, Al'HlL 0. fUefore Mr. Scott. P.M.) Benjamin White, fanner, was brought up, under warrant, on a charge of liaring commuted wilful and corrupt per jury in a case before the Mnitland bench, and was ordered to l-e forwarded to Maillaiul to be dealt with accordingly. James Connolly, seaman, was fined lUi., or iS hours in the lock-up, fur Ijein;; drunk and disorderly in Hunter street, on the 5th instant. John Moore, hotel-keeper, appeared tp answer a summons charging him with having refused to receive ;i traveller as a guest in his licensed house, on the Srd instant ; but the further hearing of the case was postponed in consequence of the want of a second magistrate. MosoXy, Apr».'8: (Uefore Mr. Scott, P.M.) James Cook, .for beiug drunk in a public place, on the 6th' instant, was fined 20s., or 48 hours in the lock-iip.— Charles Oaty, stonemason, was fined 10s., or 48 hours in the cells, for being drunk in Hunter-street, on the b'th instant. — Robert Bond, lab...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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CO-OPERATIVE WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

co-operative wants. What do Co-operators principally need ? Plenty of honesty, in thought, and word, and deed ; Plenty of desire towards all men to be just ; Cash dealings plenty, very few on trust. Members, enough for their principles to tell ; Managers, competent to manage business well ; Directors, who believe Co-operation to be true, And who phtce faith in old friends rather than new. Patience, to persevere in what they undertake, Forbearance to each other, for Co-operations sake : Rules, fair to all, and securing legal aid j Full accounts of everything that's owing, gain'd or paid : Clear reports ; good auditors ; and safe guarantees ; Officials, sharp-eyed, but not too hard to please. Lastly, but not least, sufficient sense to know, That it is by saving profits, businesses grow. Practise these rules, and in time you may lie great ; Break them, and they'll break you, as certainly as fate. K. V. NEALE.

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CORRESPONDENCE. A TRIAL IN ANOTHER QUARTER. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. A TRIAL IN ANOTHER QUARTER. . To thi: Eililor of lite Newcastle Chronicle. Sin — Your readers must excuse me for not redeeming my 'promise touching (he rise in the price of rum, the whole affair having ended in smoke, mid passed away, ('oes not require ventilating. . Your corres pondent 'Cnrbonae'.' must aloo wait a week or two before. I can give him tlio information he rcquiros, being about to take notice ot an abuse or two re quiring to be exposed in connection with your Court House. I will ventilate all thosu legal matters in one communiciilipn, for to tell the truth I mn very charry about meddling with law, the aputhegus ' Ho that hondloth pitch is sure to b.- defiled,' being often present in my n-ind. -We havo Jiwl .two ov- throe rather eloquent teuiporanco lectured lately on the principle ui'Abcl's preaching, of whom we are told, ' ho being dead yet speakcth,'' no for tlio present 1 will say nothing about thesn respectable members of an honourable brotherhood, ...

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THE HARBOUR. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

THE HARBOUR. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. '?' fSl.f~Wi'l«t the city of Newcastle continues in tho face :« all obstacles to steadily— though slowly— progress, it is ,» matter of surpriso and regret to those who watch her ad vancement, that any improvement that is being made is tho irresistible consequence of that ceaseless and almost inox nanstiblo stream or wealth which flows from her mines, ? ~la not 'io result of that fostering' cure which wo might nuurally suppose her importance— present and to como— .»oum command. In comparison with the vast interests ...._.. „„, lllu „,.,„,„ C08[ ,or tll0 necessary imroour im provements is positively, insignificant, and tho citizens of Newcastle have more than sufficient reason to loudly coin, pain, when they reflect on the fact, that a valuable steam ffreago is at a large and serious cost to the public, frittering ri'or wo can uso no other expression)— away time and Money in utterly useless and unavailing work up tho rivor. j« may...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

To the Iirtilor of the Newcastle ChronMt. Sir — I um inuch obliged to ' Ponderer' for his courteous rejoititfer to my short letter, and shall endeavour to observe the same rule in my rep'y to his letter of Wednesday, April .'3rd. It uU'mls me some degree of pleasure to find that he hns made the acquaintance of Struafes, the celeb atcd German ra tionalist : hut ' Ponderer' will, no doubt, be astonished to learn that 1 havo not yet been so fortunate. I have never seen any of Stni-iss' writings, except an occa sional extract, and the extract given by ' Ponderer' has now been reUby in.' for the fist time; besides, the extract goo.s uWher than my letter, as I did not write it with the ^kntion of proving that ' our blessed Lord contradicts himself.' If I had ventured a remark upon the anpongruity involved in this matter, I should have *aid that Christ had attempted to predict his second coining and the end of the world, and that, like all others who have since essayed to cnlig!,ten the wo...

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

Hoi.t.owAv'a I'ii.i.s, a Specific Kcmody for crmi plaints to which funnies are l:n'-l ?. — U'tor the experience of miny year?,' it U incont sti ly prove ; that there is no medxiue. equal to llolluw.iy'.t Pills for the cure of diseases incidental to families. The invigorating and purifyug propenies of ih s-' admira ble I'ills soon produce a sumrive revolution in th» system ; they are c unno*. d of rare bnlsam-, nml a a medicine fir family us', Holloway's I'.lls are une qualled, because, powerfully elKjiicioiis ai they are in the banishment oi' durase, ihry act so gently on ih-; s'omnch th.it t'ivy may he givtii w th the titt)i--st confid nee and perfect safely to young c'lil.hvn.

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

T ? To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. am — On looking ov'eryour issue of the Gth install, I sue at the meeting held at the court-house reiped in,; Mr. Chaucer's case, Dr. Brookes has mention^,' among other things, the case of ICekford, wliicli, I have no doubt, will lie fresh in the minds of mom your renders. Dr. Brookes .states that Mrs. Ei-kfori has earned a verdict in the Muitluud court ( nnw tunancc. This took place in February or Mnrch lit year, but up to the present timfc she has never rt ceived one penn\ of the amount granted by the bend , to be paid to her weekly. Some time since, 1! Eckford's solicitor (Mr. Chambers) offered her£2- if she would sign a bond (and find surety for £50) never to sue or acknowledge her husband again This she of course declined to do, expecting to re ceive the amount already allotted [to her by the bench but, strange to say, after repeated application, ill; has been informed thnt, if sho wishes to proceti farther with him, she will have to...

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INSOLVENT COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 4. RULES NISI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. Thursday, April 4. RULKS NISI. On the petition of Thomas John lirown, a rule nisi was granted, returnable on Friday, thu 12th day of April, call ing upon Richard Dransflcld, late of liraidwomi, to show cause why his estate should not be sequestrated for the benefit of his creditors. Friday, Afrii. 5. On the petition of Joseph Ho Hi', Samuel Rolfc, ami Robert Clifford Harriett, the executors of the lute Joseph Rolfe, a rule nisi was granted, returnable on Friday, the 19th April, calling upon John Beutou Watson, to show cause why his estate should not be sequestrated for the benefit of bis creditors. SURRENDERS. Thursday, Aimui. 1. John Fearnley, of Lower George-street, Sydney, butcher and produce dealer. Liabilities, £5l(i Kis. !ld. Assets — value of personal property, £W IOs. ; outstanding debts, jC58 8s. lid. j total, £08 18s. lid. Deficit, £117 17s. lOd. I'UBSDAY, Al'Itll. !). Thomas James M'O rath, of No. 3, Sussex. street, Syd ney, lately a publican. Liabilities...

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

Nbwca.sti.k i— 1'rlntod and published by thoi'1 ' 11. M'DtcKf.Naud J. 15 a k i:h, at Ihc - Gen-mi Printinii Otlloc, ISctllon-sticct, i Aj.ttl l.',IMil.

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin— I was present nt the meeting on the night of Tucs / di; lust, mid was one of those wlio were rather taken aback ' I/its suildcn and premature termination. As 1 was stand. y)ag tit the far end of tlic hall, I was unaware of the purport W Mr .Kemp's motion, until I perceived that tile chairman bd left his seat, or I certainly should have proposed an iuWndineiit, viz., lliut the choir be not vacated until I had proposed a resolution that Mr. Motion's explanation (!) is nut Considered xntiufnrlnrn hit Ililn ttn-i'li»tr. nml u-t I mirtsml my then opportunity, 1 avail myself of your columns to 'explain' as briefly as possible ' his explanation.' Mr. llolton docs, in my opinion, in his so-called vindication, «-ld grave insult to previous deep injury. He kindly calls us in his affidavits— rogues, in his explanation he more than insinuates that we are Fools. He appeals to dictiona ries to prove that all words have more than one meaning, ami that...

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

S II i 1' 1» 1 NO. AimlVAI.S. April 1.0.— Tliame« City, ship, S.5S. I.edcole, from Wcl lit^ton, N.Z., -id'tli March, Uniinoral. selsoouer, 107, King, from Olagu, N.Z., fflHIi March. Yaira Yarrn, uleainer, from Sydney. New Moon, steamer, from Macleay Itivcr. April 1 1 .— Frowning Beauty, barque, 807, (I. F. Ander son, from Auckland, N. Z., Mth March. 1'iiKsengers— Thotnns Him at, John Kraser, John Cummin);, William Johnston, James II uinc. and E. Vermont. Lalla Kuokh, brig, 117, Grcitf, from Wairau, N.Z. April 12.— Unftou, steamer, from Sydney. nm'AiiTUKER. April 10.— YarraYarra, steamer, for Morelon Bay. New Moon, steamer, for Sydney. Ucmoranilt, German barque, Tieko, for Mi'lbiiurnc, with 720 Wns coal. Passenger — Mrs. .Summers. Toinatin, barque, Greirson, fur Adelaide, with .Vif) tons coal, A him: Sanderson, brig, Barton, fur Adelaide, with '120 tons coal. ': April II.— Janet, bug, Johnston, for Melbourne, with 270 tons coal. \\ . ^k April 12.— Mary. Anne, Fchoow, Wells, for Melbo...

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

fff- STEAM TO SYDNEY. fnifj t ^U1^ Australasian Steam Nav ifffak. galion Company's Steamers will leaf '?jflffl^BV Morpeth £c»lingJrt''Ni:wcAsTLE MMjj^P . until fmdtyr/ioTM'r ^ ^D^S YoBi/a uOi', /*tam Mulhiill, »YS Jf /&€&*£? iMbWfiS \ ItiAtoNfl, Captain JMams, VSr* J Bt2o'clock'1'^ #§U GEORGE It. DIBBS & CO., if'«r' ? Agents, Scott-street. ^ShFOB SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT; jMjsgi The jtoe SKpjDJSUlD, 500 tons, Captnii LjBSa. '? /t ^fI/0V*'/Vr' llu'' ^lu|n Newcastle 01 i^Ps? or W/rf/r/iff ll A^vil- Tllis. slllelK!il WEsf vesscMalgMMNfttprfccommodation for in SIS pt'diate andlfsJeeragVpassengerg. For passages of lily to the Aifent — j2 '' W. H. WHYTE, ™ i Watt-street, Newcastle. 'to lfANTED,'to'c 1 1 A RT E^fve^sels/ from 1 SO t( ™ 7 300 tons, for^Jijy 'AvAi.Atp nnd Mel '™ Use. Forfurthe/pMt//ulai*/an*-|y tt/ ,. / idift GEOllXJirU^lWtis&Xjp. £, ^Newcastle. 1st March, 18151. / ''''?? «4l STEAM - TUG ',TAMAR.' WiTHE undersigned :ire prepared to arrange foi ijt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 13 April 1861

It is evident from .the; tone .and tenour of the vecent debates in our MTImcipal Council on city improvements, that they are deter mined — or at all events a certain portion of them — to cling, willy-nilly, to the exclusive doctrine of ward legislation. This spirit of concentrated localism is a great barrier to general anu permanent improvement; and prevents bolder iiodcrtakings from being en tered upon, or when, entered upon, of being completed in such aXmanner as^good judg ment, sound policy, and economy would dic tate. This pernicious p&icy owes its origin to those rahcourous jealousies existing at, and prior to, the period when the adoption of municipal institutions was'fir^t igitated. At that time there might have been some reason for the tenacity with which this expedient was abided by, when there were probable grounds for apprehending that the city ward, from its position and its prestige, would seek and obtain the lion's share of the benefit and advantage to be deriv...

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

  BIRTH. On the 12th instant, at her residence, Scott-street, New- castle, Mrs. E. Kedley, of a son. MARRIAGE. On the 5th April, at Newcastle, by license, at the resi- dence of the Wesleyan Minister, by the Rev. William Hill, Joshua, son of Mr. James Christopher, of Pembroke, Wales, to Eliza, daughter of Mr. Patrick Brady, of Liverpool, England.     The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, APRIL, 10, 1861.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

The Profits of the Dock Warehouse SvsriiM at Liverpool. — The profits from the warehouses built by the Mersey Dock Board around the Albort, Wapping, and Stanley Docks, have, during the past year, amounted to the sum of £'22,000, which has been passed to the oredit of the General Dock Estate account. Accommodation for the Coal Trade at the Birkenhead Docks. — The Mersey Dock Board, at their meet.ng on Thursday, agreed to meet the demands of the coal trade at Birkenhead, by lotting a large quantity of land on the murgin of the groat float at the rate of Is. %1. per yard per annum for seven years, and to expend £4000 in laying down lines of rails, &o. During the disoussion which took plaoe on the subjeot, it was elicited that the coal trade of Birkenhead had in creased from 62,000 tons in 1851 to 300,000 in the present year.

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MAILS BY THE NORTHAM. General Post Office, 9th April 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

MAILS BY THE NORTHA.M. General Post Office, 9th April 18(il. Tl»o mails by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navi gation Company's steamer NORTH AM, will be made up nt this offico on MON D A V, 22nd instant, at 0 am., for all letters not addressed to thcUnited Kingdom, and at 1 1 a.m. for all letters so addressed. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the letters, i.c, at 8 and 10 a.m. respectively. The following mails will lie depntched, vis. :— To the United Kingdom, via Marseilles and via Southampton. To France and other Continental States (in a closed mail to France). To the Northern Countries of Europe, when mark ed via Trieste. To Melbourne, Tasmania, Adelaide, Western Australia, Mauritius, Suez, Alexandria, Malta, Aden, Madras, Calcutta. Bombay, Ceylon, Batnvin, Singapore, Manila, China, the Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena. Registered letters not addressed to the United Kingdom will not he received after 4 p.m., on the 20th instant, but letters addressed to the United K...

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INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 12. RULE NISI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

INSOLVENT COVRT. Friday. April 12. RULE NISL On the petition of Charles J. Keep and Frederick Par sons, trading under the firm and style of Keep and Parsons, a rule nisi was granted, return able on Friday, the 27th day of April, calling upon Archibald Lamunt, of Muitgee, to show cause why his estate should not he sequestrated for the benefit of his creditors. SURRENDERS. Thursday, April 11. Charles James Smithera, of Sydney. Liabilities, £53'i lGs, 7d. Assets— value of real property, ,€450 ? «f perso nal property, £W ; total, £M). Deficit, £'43 His. 7d. Friday, April 12, Henry Trump Harris, of Newtown, oil and colnurmnn. Liabilities, £727 2s. Assets— value of real property, £+00 j of personal property, £70 ; outstanding debts, £2(J Os. fid. ; total, £19G fls. 5d. Deficit, £230 I2s. 7d. Thomas Hibbcrd, of Four Mile Creek, miner. Liabili ties, £111 \9i. Assets— value of personal property, j£8 10). Deficit, £103 Sit. William James, of Woolloomooloo, builder. Liabilities, £u'5 !)s. I Id...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

'the municipal council. tfosday evening, the council held a meeting, *S to adjournment. Present— his worship Hie Mermen Eolton.Corlette, Fleming, Pratten, S^i^tes of 'the previous meeting having been KS Confirmed, the Mayor, as chairman, .M ud the report of the finance committee, dated T._-il in-h»it. recommending the payment of ^accounts, and moved that the report be re 3, which, being seconded by alderman Bolton, iuSiroa then presented a petition, signed by iWiabitanU of the municipality, supporting the iTof a petition previously presented to the coun 3a favour of a bye-law prohibiting the sale of Am' meat on the Sabbath day. Also a petition Tit masters of vessels now in harbour, in sup itf the same. The Mayor then moved that the bwtitions be received, and being seconded by Eisn Boltok, was received accordingly. L. CORRESPONDENCE. Si letter from Mr. Beresford Hudson, requesting feiuion to lay down an earthenware pipe from his Uki known as the Prince of Wales, into a cul ET Hunter-...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

COMMERCIAL. From the Madras Price Current, March 13th, tt iw exchange continues steady, but good papers « 12. . scarce. We quote documents : Bills at six month « sight, at 21 to 21, and first-class credits at 1} to J ^ per rupee. Freights : Although business in Produl|cliJ has been limited, rates appear firm. The Sylpb«I8. chartered to load at Bimlipatam to London, at t ow 10s. per ton. J^1 The Calcutta market, corrected up to the 2n ^i February. ' Exchange: A considerable bujifteiiw Jj been done in bank bills on London, at 21, and) credits at 2} to 2| ; documentary has sold from ; to 2J. The supply of bills is not large, and b»tfjx the wretched state of the import trade, we should m IJS lower rates. On France, rates are unchanged. 0| ,{jj China, rates are nominally, rupees 218 for 100 if ml Sales on Mauritius, at 52 J at thirty days' ngl ~ Freights remain as belorc ; if anything, easy, «'? *J with a downward tendency. Tonnage, Csnwt ^ . waters : The demand for shipping still contin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

I P the word Parliament is derived from'Par- ler,' to speak, it is most appropriately ap plied to the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales ; the speaking power is some thing terrible to contemplate, and if the wisdom and practical ability bore any pro portion to the talking talent, we should have laws made which would offer patterns to the world. It is not necessary that any question offering a wide range for debate should be presented. The smallest, the most insigni ficant matter, or trifling subject, is seized upon to prose away the precious time which ought to be devoted to business of gravity and importauce. One honorable member ap plies a term more homely than polite to another honorable gentleman, and forthwith the matter is debated, something after the fashion of our early schoolboy days, of 'please sir he's calling me names.' A casual and passing remark, made inadvertantly by a judge, is taken up as though the whole fabric of our constitution had been shaken ; and a dough...

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