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INDIA. APPALING FAMINE IN THE NORTH-WEST PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

INDIA. APPALING FAMINE IN THE NORTH WEST PROVINCE. The famine is great in the land. Horrible accoun |n reach us from the north-west provinces, of humi ^ beings dying nt the rate of 400 and 500 a day, whil tpt the desolation is not even lightened to the va«t(i » pause from Lucknow to Lahore, for tales are w * told, equally appalling of the extremes to which tt ^ population of the native State of Travencore, in IK ^ south of India, are reduced by the drought, wliw [lr has caused all the fruits in that part to wither. Hdf1' rible is the announcement, in a Christian newspipw* ihnt mothers are selling their children as skvei,!^ sixpence each, that they may have wherewith i jon purchase bread, if only for a single day. dgi

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. Herald Office, Saturday, 13th April, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE.. Herald Office, Saturday, 13th April, 8 p.m. The P. and O. Company's Mail Steamer Benares, with the English mails, arrived at King George's Sound on the 8th instant. Amongst the passengers are Mr.W. C. Went worth nud Mrs. Wentworth, Mr. Wentworth, junior, Major Ryan, and Mr. Hickey.

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

MILITARY APPOINTMENTS. The following military appointments were recent announced : — Captain Lord John Taylor, 85th Ligljj Infantry, to be aide-de-camp to Sir John Young] Governor of New South Wales; Brcvet.Major J.SL Whitmore, 62nd regiment, who lately passed throoni the Staff College, to be assistant military secreUif and Captain J. C. M'Neill, of the Bengal army,! be nidc-de-cump to the Lieutenant-Gonernl cm manding at New Zealand.

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

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Gaeta hits fallen before tho combined at tack by sea and land. The immediate cause of this was the treachery of a part of the defenders. The Italian ting now waves over Gneta. The ex-King, Francis the Second, last of his line in Naples, surrendered on the 13th Februurv. He was perinittecd to de part, and embarked for Rome next day, ar riving there on the 1 5th February. Admiral Persanrl, commanding theSar dinisn fleet, demanded the surrender of Mes sina, which was certain ; and in the meantime the whole of the Bourbon royalist troops captured in Gaeta were detained as prisoners of war. Thft Parliament of Italy was opened by King Victor Emmanuel in person at Turin, on the 18th .February. The King delivered nn energetic speech, referring to his services in the cause of Italy as a reason why confi dence should be reposed in his Government. Count Cavour introduced a Bill to declare Victor Emmanuel King of Italy. The mea sure was received with enthusiasm. The new go...

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TROOPS AND WAR STORES FOB NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

TROOPS AND WAR STORES FOB NEW ZEALAND.;. x The African, of Shaw Saville's e cort lines, life j from Grnvesend, on the 31st January, for Auckk i direct. She took a large quantity of powder ill jj militavy stores, as also five ollicers, and a compel , of men of the commissariat and hospital coq« $ with their wives and families ; two officers sailed* if the ship, to join the 57th regiment, now serving! ? New Zealand. 'J

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

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. Tli December Australian mails were delivered in London on the 13th a id 14th February. Parliament was opened by the Queen in person on tlio 5 li February. Her Miijesty, who re d the speech with remark able clearness, appeared in cxcellem health. Furiou lilies and inundations have swept the Northern w d Enstern Counties, which produced most cnlnntitous results in tli ? beginning of February. No fewer thnn 2 1 0 wrecks were reported at Lloyds. Since thi ? tempest, another gale, which occurred on th 2 ith February, lias committed groat havoc by laud u d sen. A wing of ihe Crystal Palace has been blown down. Trees have been uprooted, houses unroofed, and the spire of Chichester cathedral bl wn down. A discussion on our policy in China, originated by Earl Grey, has taken place in the House of Lords. A motion for n committee, to enquire into the ir regularities of the assessment of the Income Tax has been carried against the Government by 131 to 127. The Commercial Bank ...

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

QUEENSLAND. The Government had consented to lay before Pup liament the despatches of Sir Geirge Bowen, nlil ting to the progress of Queensland. The pro 'uclion i of the papers involves a slight departure from tt*J«a- routine of the Colonial OHice, and is ascrMl $ their unusual interes', and the credit they tebc jt upon the colonists. . rf

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

OBITUARY. Admiral Mundy, Karl of G nil ford, Duchess of Cleveland, Mrs. Gore, Sir John Owen, Mr. Gran ville Vernon, the Countess of Haddington, Dr. Donaldson, Lord Braybrooke, Lieut.-Gen. Leslie, and Lola Montcz.

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THE NEW PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

THBiNEAV PRESIDENT OF THE L' \ UNITED STATES. l.se The gcmral belief in America is that Mr. Lintel f-'aw is determined to act precisely like Mr BudinJI.W The government will not invade the seceding Stiis, . A' or attempt to recapture any posts which have fills ? ^ into their hands, but it will defend everything itpn jje sesses— fortresses, arsenals, dockyards, and, nki most important, the territory belonging to il i \\ Union. It will insist on the collection ol revenui illbe the ports, even ' if it be necessery to keepveiiil jut constantly cruising off them.' These inteotta *i^ may probably even yet be carried out without Hi } J( culty, should the border States not take offeoMl j, jt so near an approach to compulsion. } yir The agitation in these last increases asthtiM*Fi guration of the new President draws near. .'?' ™l0.t

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newcastle police. Monday, April 15. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M., and Mr. Hannell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

UlctocaetU Police. Monday, April 15. (Ilcfiire Mr. Scott, P.M., and Afr. Haunell, J.P.) 1 hiiinits Bradley, seaman, was fined 5b., or 24 hours in the cells, fur being drunk in Hunter-street!, on the 13th instant—— John M'Loon, labourer, was brought up on a charge of drunkenness and vagrancy, and as an old and in corrigible offender was sent to Maitlaud gaol for two mouths. James Stanley Stewart, an apprentice to Mr. Henry Dalby, hoot and shoemaker, was brought up on a charge of stealing one half-sovereign mid soino silver, the property of his master. From the evidence of Henry Dalby, it appeared that the prisoner was an indoor apprentice, and seeing him coming downstairs very cautiously from the bedroom above, bad his suspicions aroused that something was wrong, and on going upstairs found a drawer in which he kept some money, unlocked. On searching he found that one half sovereign had been abstracted from the drawer, and following the prisoner up to Mr. Flood's house, accused him i...

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

PB NEWCASTLE. CHRONICLE and Hunter. River Newt. ?b%m ? PUBLISHED EVERY- { ' ifEDNESDAY^/ATURDAt. t ieriv* of^uKcbiption : s. d. |iilinidv«^. .J^^.jPttQnwlerj.. 6 6 SjIkm ° JT^ j.or ,ingie /umber», 3d. fi TERMS OF J^VERTISING : jLinci or under ? One Shilling. J&Ws or over four ? 1 wo Shil ings. „& line, or over eight ? Three Shillings. ?tJK! lints or over twelve ? Four Shillings. if» For every additional line, two-pence. '-«?? i itoiuit wiMeualtowed on all advertisements, if in 1 L warding to .the following scale, viz. :— . ^f^rlaSiitioM. ? ?..? ? lOpercent. FigM ditto..... ? 20 „ Thirteen ditto (one quarter) ... SO „ ! '''? STEAM TO SYDNEY. '* f'« ' The Australasian Steam Navi i '4Jy§k. gation Company's Steamers will leave ? 'mmta^1 M°RI-ET' (calling at Newcastle), rer ' l||psl_» until further notice^? / ' ipAYS 'I Qjft _ Rj(Ujkain Mulhall, Mays )T . 'E**-- , ritisi fESDAYS . Yi__a_ono, ^Captain Adams, ^ilDAYS i at 2 o'clock p.m. nciF GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., h...

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

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. April 13. — Boomerang, steamer, from Sydney. Eilmond Wulfrana, French brie. 318, Ruiilir, from Sydney. Asa Packer, barque, 329, Miller, from Sydney. Alarm, brig-, 195, Mitchell, from Sydney. Alma, schooner, KJ3, Dowe, from Melbourne. Viceroy, schooner, 156, Nicolson, from Sydney. Northern Light, schooner, 89, Tobin, from Syd. ney. April 14.— Otto, Danish barque, 280, from Sydney. FiedaibarqueJ 301, from Portland, N.Z. James Paxton, schooner, 61, Davis, from Sydney. Time and Truth, barque, 537, Slater, from Sydney, with 1800 bags flour. Martha Ellen, schooner, 124, Hurley, from Melbourne. April 15.— Metaris, barque, 2-14, Buckley, from Mel bourne. April 16.— Aurifera, barque, 432, from Melbourne. Fire fly, brig, Kirby, from New Caledonia. DEPARTURES. April 15.— Matador, barque, Lindsay, fcr Melbourne, with 400 tons coal. William Hill, brig, Lenevu, lor Gee long, with 177 tons coal. April 10. — Venture, brig, Francis, for Melbourne, with 170 tons coal. C. F. Lcsiin...

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

LICENSED PUBLIC HOUSES. The following is the bill to amend the laws rela ting to licensed public-houses, introduced yesterday by Mr. Rusdeti : — Whereas the laws now in force relating to licensed public- houses require amendment iu the following particulars — He it therefore enacted by the Queen's most excel lout Majesty, by and with the advice and c iiisent uf the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of New South Wales iu Parliament as sembled, and by the authority of the same, as fol lows : — 1. The 41th and 48th sections of the Act 13th Victoria, No. 29, and the 2nd section of the Act 17th Victoria, No. 0, arc horcby repealed. 2. The holder of a publican's license shall not keep his house open for the sale of any liquors, or sell any liquors, or permit the same to be drunk or consumed in his house or on his premises, on any of the six business days of the week, except between the hours of four o'clock in the morning and twelvo o'clock at night; nor on Good Friday or Chris...

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FRENCH PASSPORTS AS AFFECTING BRITISH SUBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 17 April 1861

FRENCH PASSPORTS AS AFFECffi I' BRITISH SUBJECTS. «6 Some .misconceptions are current with regarli \ the Kniperor Napoleon's late concession! to Brifi i subjects in the matter of passports. It is imports to note that the concession is restricted to pcrw V arriving in France direct from England. Ltglii m men entering France from any other country lit ^ England, are subject to the old regulations.

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

FRANCE AND CHINA. It is stated, says the Patrie, that regular cooed Ike nication is about to be accomplished between Fm i»l and China, via Egypt. The vessels appointed tf the service will run from Marseilles and Suezotl tS one hand, and from Shanghai on the other, and t (In touch at Segon, chief town of the French e«Ubli uu meats in the Empire of Annam. $,

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

PRODUCE MARKET. Hides. — Better kinds of Australian in limited de mand, middling sorts sold readily at full prices. In leather, a fair business done during tho month at a slight decline. Bark, 30 to s, ex Orient, sold at £G 7s. Tallow. — The market has been decreased, and for common sorts prices are Is. per cwt. cheaper. Spirits. — A good business has been done in rum, also in low priced wines at moderate rates. Brandy is dull. Sugar. — Tho market has continued dull, and for low or middling qualities a decline of 2s. per cwt. had taken place. Coffee. — Steady demand for Ceylon at former prices ; foreign Is. 6d. lower, moderate demand. Iti.'c. — Market dull, and a decline of 9d. per cwt. The wool report next sales were to commence on 26th February, and much .anxiety is felt by all in* terested in the wool trade to learn the result of the opening sale. The wool already arrived is far in excess of any previous season. r A decline of 2d. per lb. may almost with certainty be calculated u...

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

MONEY MARKET AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The course ot monetary affairs during the last month has been peculiarly perplexing. Up to the 14th February, all the symptoms were in favour of a return to easier terms ; but to the surprise of all, the Bank of England Directors, on the evening of the 24th, decided on raising the rate of discount from seven to eight per cent. A complication of unfavor able circumstances has created n distrust as to the future, and has led to a suspension of commercial enterprise, which will take months of active trade fully to compensate. The exports to Melbourne nnd Sydney for the month are very much below the average, and especially in apparel, cottons drapery, and silks, wrought leather, white spirits, wines, candles,. and Barley show an increase. Beer and hops same as last month. Consols dull, 91 J to | ; Co lonial Government securities, New South Wales, 5 percent.; I860, 95 to 98 j Victoria Government, 0 per cent.; April and October, 107 to 109; South ...

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

ITALY. Garibaldi is understood to have really abandoned his project for direct action in Italy during tho coming spring. At.the Jjto of our last advices, as our readers may rem^eHpSE tho Sardinian Govern ment was reported to haidpised every effort to per niado him not to carry out his threat of assailing Austria in Venctia ; and Garibaldi, on his part, was stated, on good authority, to have yielded^* i These statements have since been confirmel R '' seems, indeed, to be no doubt at present « chances of a campaign in Italy are rather dirii than increased. Garibaldi, however tw *' still remains at Caprera, is probably free to? lJ' the Hungarians, whose relations towards i! £ present every day a more threatening eidm 7* succesful insurrection in Hungary will alms ? cessarily involve a rising in Venetia. )S& With regard to the Papal question, the tJti portant circumstance that has occurred u the^j ance of a semi official pamphlet by MoatX* Laguerroniere, on ' France, Rome, and h...

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

ENGLISH SHIPPING. Arrivals. — Marquis ' of Argyle, from Sydney November 20 ; Vimeria, from Sydney, November 22; Strnthdon, from Melbourne, November 14 ; Clutha, and Essex, from Melbourne, November 18 ; Moravian and Lincolnshire, from Melbourne, December 6 ; Orient, Asternpe, Champion of the Seas, Indemnity, and Remark. Depahtubes.— For Sydney: Nimroud, Damascus, Hollenside, Corie Mulzie. For Melbourne.— From London ; Robin Hood, John M'lvor, Swiftahire, Mauritius, ? Peru. From 'Liverpool : Great Britain (s.s.), 17th February; Red Jacket, Water Nymph, Flower of. the Forest. From Leith : Mary Miller. From Greenook.: Indian Empire.

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

FRANCE. Napoleon has made a speech, at the opening of the French Chambers, which caused general suspicion that tbe Empire is not peace. The utmost conster nation has been occasioned in Paris by the arrest of M. Mires, the great French capitalist, who has been thrown into prison on a criminal charge. Other ar rests are ithreatened, and the names of very high persons are inix^d up in the affairs. The drafts from Constantinople on Mires will be met, but the Levant trade is expected to suffer severely. It is reported that France has supported Russia in demanding, of the Porte a permanent conference at Constantinople, for the protection of the interests of the Christian in habitants of Turkey.

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