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THE CASE OF LIEUTENANT SHAVER AND ALDERMAN TIGHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

THE CASE OF LIEUTENANT SEAVER AND ALDERMAN T1GHE. A CASE was briefly recorded in our police report of last week, in whioh the name of lieutenant Seavcr appears as having been fined in the sum of forty shillings and costs, for using indecent language in a public place. As the true merits of the case cannot be accurately inferred from kfJber£jp-*ii-J£ifiyro(i ci-, and necessarily brief in consequence of no witnesses having been exa mined, nor any depositions taken,, lieutenant Seaver has requested U9 to render suoh explana tion as will present the true features of the affair in its propor^lfht to the public In doing bo we may avow that we have no predileotions in the mattor as between tho.paities, but inasmuch as there are some 'peculiar features in the case, whioh have a public importance and a bearing upon the question of the administration of jus tico, we the. more readily comply with the re quest. In order, therefore, to lead to a proper understanding of the case in question, it w...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle, MR— Uan you inform us if a man. employed as a clerk of works and inspector of an harbftur and river department is allowed to make out contracts and superintend the same for shipowners of Newcastle, and be called upon, in every petty job as an arbitrator. If such a practice is continued, prac tical shipwrights will stand a poor chance. A lew days since there was a settlement by arbitration on the schooner Express. As usual, Paul Pry was chosen arbitrator for the owner ; the other arbitrator was a govern ment contractor carrying on work under the said Paul Pry's superintendence, consequently, under his surveilance. You may judge how the decision went, as it is an old colonial proverb ' Government officers will all take tip— from the Governor down to Captain Piper's dog.' Is there, or is there not, a Lloyd's surveyor for the port of Newcastle ? If there is one, he is the proper party to survey shipwrights' work i for now it is to shipowners' in...

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Newcastle Police. SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Scott P.M., and Mr. Hannell. J P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

Vtmtaotle Police. SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Scott. P.M.. and Mr. Hannell. .t.Pi Edward Gorrick, a man of colour, was again brougbt on remand, charged with stealing a bottle of potto | property of E. L. Cooke, proprietor of tie MetropgW hotel. The evidence being conclusive, the prisoner^ committed for trial at the next Msitland quarter sea^ MONDAY. sure' (Before Mr. Scott, P.M, and Mr. Haunell, J.p.) ?« &' John M'Lean, under warrant, charged with EtetlLfp? us coat and other articles, the properly of James Muring*!*!'*™01 was again brought up, and the evidence of bis guilu#nare being conclusive IWwas discharged. be pa Peter Scott, cook^wH fined 5s., or 24 hours in the etj ^IJv for being drunk Jn a'j^b!fc place, on the 5th instant. { a y111 George TayftirJ^carpenter, was brought up on wtrni r* for having viojenUfeassaulted his wife, on the 2ud intta! I1?.1* but the case was rvn^nded to the 10th instant, for the pa , duction of further/, evidence—- James Collin, tailor. *s r^ also c...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

? » To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin— I was not in the least surprised to meet with such a well-merited reproof of the Rev. Mr. Turner's irreverent and vulgar language as complained of by 'James Cann'— language which, I think, Mr. Turner himself must admit is very unbecoming in a man of his profession. But is it urn cunuue inai James uaiin,' wnust censuring Mr. Turner, should fall into exactly the same kind of error. I think the solemn task of reproving his minister 'ought so far to have influenced his thoughts and actions as to cause him to write somewhat differently about that' much-abused patriot Thomas Paine. Why did he so contemptuously, irreverently, and vulgarly speak of him as 'Tom Paine j' and what particular reason lias he for expecting such Ian. guage from his disciples ?— Yours, &c, CONSISTENCY. Newcastle, 11th January, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

SHIPPING, ARRIVALS. Jan. 5.—- Rainbow, steamer, and Grafton, steamer, from Sydney. Yarra, schooner, HI, Finlayson. from Melbourne. Jane, schooner, 142, Gregory, from Geelong. C. F. Les aing, brig, 251, Letting, from Melbourne. Golden Eagle, barque, 278, Oldbam, from Melbourne. Sebim, schooner, HI, Jamieson, from Melbourne. Bella Vista, barque, 166, Groves, from Melbourne. Time and Truth, barque, 537 Slater, from Melbourne. Jan. 6 ? Maori, banfue, 288, Muir, from Melbourne. Victor, brig, 227, Smith,Jtpm Melbourne. Harriet Hope, brig, 243, Spain, from Syrapy. Anne Sanderson, brig, 250, Barton, from 'Melbourne. Rebecca, barque, 190, Marsh, from Adelaide. Tomatin,,barque, 322, Grierson, from Ade. laide. \ Jan. 7. — Deva, brig, ? /0'Hagan, from Adelaide. Jan. 9. — Wuratah, steamer, from Sydney. - Jan. 10. — Urara, and Telegraph, steamers, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. Jan. 5.— Rainbow, iteatner, for Macleay River. Grafton, steamer, for Grafton. Jan. 7.— Alma, schooner, Dowe, for Melbourne, wi...

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NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. Commencing January 12, and ending January 19, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. Commencing January 12, and ending January 19, 1861. n»T«»iii« Forenoom Afternoon 1UT AMD UATE. ? T;DE. TIDE. 1801. H.M. H.W.. January 12.... Saturday ? 10.55 11.14 „ 13.... Sunday ? 11,34 HJSS „ 14.... Monday. ? 12.12 .12.30 „ 15.... Tuesday ? 12.50 1.10 .„ 13.... Wednesday... 1.80 1.50 „ 17.... Thursday.... ? - — „ 18. ...Friday ? 2.35 2.58 „ 19. a. 'Saturday ? ' 3.2* ? 3.53

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

To the Editor of the Neweastk C'/uimin/r. Sin — It is very extraordinary 'that our active police cannot stop the disgusting sight of persons catting meat through the streets without a cover, exposed to both (sun and dust, and, what is more extraordinary, thatahoBu lutchors are law-makers, being both thagistrates^ highland low, and aldormen. . Xv,^ I hopo this hint will be suflloioiit for qtirVmlef constable, and his supervisor! to put a stop to such1 proceedings, nnil also to driving cattle through the public streets, to the danger oi children's lives. Why are all kinds of animals allowed to go about Blane-street more than any other part of Newcastle ?— lam, &c_ SAM SLICK. Newcastle, 11th January, 1861.

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"APPEAL FOR CHINA." [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

'APPEAL FOR CBINV' ' Christian Friends— Are w^ to remain inert to Christian philanthropy, when we near a way has been opened in that land comparable to Athens nt thc time St. Paul addressed it, which, though renowntd for excel lence in the fine arts, ignorautly worshipped the unknown noa r China, containing so many millions of souls, lm meried in pagan superstition and spiritual blindness, has been closed for so many centuries against the light of truth. Now, that God, in his infinite providence, has opened a ' door of hope,' shall we, who have been blessed with the genial rays of the sun of righteousness, hold back from identifying ourselves as labourers in his vineyard f Shall we. who have so many talents committed to our charge, lide them? Yes ; we who live in this land of gold— aye, a land flowing with milk and honey. Can we hear, unmoved, what has Wen done in the mothor-country, and not follow in her wake ? Do we not pray God this ' saving health may bo known to all nations ;' ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the New[?]tle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

CORKESPONDJNCE. (To the Editor of the Newcttle Chronicle.) »ir— I observed in your issue of.aturday, 5th instant, a letter, signed James Cann, in whichfe makes an allusion to the disciples of Thomas Paine, andl-ouples it with an ex. pression used by the Rev. J. G. (urner. The Rev. Mr. Turner may use the old adage ' ThjLord preserve me from my friends, my enemies I can alwai euard aeainst.' Hut Mr. Cann shows his ignorance of le writings of Thomas Paine, and also of the history of dristianity, or he would nave known that it is not necessary;) live under the Jewish dispensation in order to be punishedfor blasphemy, as the Christians of different denomination have been very fond of burning each other at the stake ar blasphemy, and, aa late as 18-H5, men have suffered finennd imprisonment for the same offence in England. M r. 'ann is not clerk of the weather, or we should soon havtan idea of his tender mercies, for, while he is rating tb Rev. Mr. Turner, he himself is forgetful of love ...

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THE LAW OF LIBEL IBELLOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

THE LAW OF LIBEL JBELLOUS. The actual law of libel is one o(he most unwholesome of all the laws by which society is rmented. The law of libel regards, solely, the interests of ie individual, entirely ignoring regard for the interests j the common weal. Every one is forbidden to blame afone— however justly, even though it should be for the gooof all. While every one is permitted to praise anyone— Jwever unjuitly—evea although it should be for the evil ofiH. - . October SO, 1859. Conel H. Clinton. Tht writers of these^ letters, of co»e, are alone respon sible Jar the sentiments or factsontained in them.

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To the Editor the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

To the Editor i;,e ffvwcastle Chronicle. Jxn-Happening to t up onc of ,ilc Syduoy journalt a few weeks ago ( Uecen, I'yth), and perusing the leading article, it appoarod to ir.(1 h&va bcHn dictnted in a very unohriHtiau Rpirit. ' -,,nonccs._-« Judging from thc tone of tho speeches deJIkJ at..t|,i recent uleotioiis, this colony will exult with mJhan nti-t\\. iov i,, ti,c triumnh of our armies, and ill tcfll)geiwe wlioh funOwed our conquest of I'ekin. Eng\ m%y tetard t)ie question as a mattor of trade. Whilom merchiRUs calculate on the security of cojnraerce. and, n,am,f,ictiirers on the demo, lition pf barrners hindering, f^ difl'usion of their g6ods ; while her clergy, with an o^^^ wnLn c,M,raee» every skin and colour— prpvidmaL, reflscte^ouly Through tho medium of a missionaryXll5illoIv»'ft, ij,rin% grand plans for thoievangohEatnf.CilinaTana»t),eroloro look upon her armies as pionceritbeGojp'eJ^e-EngiJuhmon like themselves— Bee with Piii»r Joy ih#vlctorfe»of»ur troops, and...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

To the Editor of the Neivastle Chronicle. am— ihere has been a row, I leiieve, and there are not 3 of the gocd people of Newcastiltiat can agree as to 'j» I am. Two honest men— -61h ex-aldermen— have ta blamed for my communicaticv but I beg t£ state, for 'information of all. that 1 uevr was an aTifotta'an. nnt ? other public benefactor, excet ' Ventilator^- ? How. », that the wiseacres of the pice may have some data 'W my identity, I tell them plaiily, that I am not, nor n* was, a resident in Newcastle although I visit it fte Wy; and also that I have jiid Dr. Bunkum more '|y withm these last two- yeis than wy other man 'bj the place, if not for myself.ijit 'least,' for others. I 'uf. hive writtm- Unt.vBsct^nJferoin-.jMi osff* dose of BWmd then of pills i 1 was veryiick ; I believe I was rep-d to be dead, but now I am i teetotalier, so I am on m/is again, and am about to blw off. °* time ngo/n correspondent if your's sung a song au°Sie ' bridge being broken, aal a man come to mem 'i....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

The Hexham Scent.— We regret to leani that tin seed so well known as the Hexliam flower is be'eoming very prevalent in the district of Maitland and the neighbour, hood. At one time it was entirely confined to the district from which it takes its local name, and it is only within th» last vear or so that its existence mother localities adjacent lip to Maitland was heurl of. The plant is very prolific in |xii seed, so much so that iVs an ascertained fact that one plant kh will, in the cour^of two'years, shed its seed over a whole lid farm, thereby grAly 'lessening the value not only of the kr wheat, but alsa^p the 'land. Samples of wheat latelv p! brought into the market from. Bolwarra, O*khampton, and ' bq J.mitli ParU, havu been liiunil to uonraln the seed, and iu -f some cases to an alarming extent. It is also known to exist of in other places in the Maitland district, and will no doubt hi extend over the whole countr'y in time, unless active me*. I sures are taken to eradicate the...

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Export of Coal WEEK ENDING 11TH JANUARY, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

Crportyf €oal Week ending UtTi JanVary, 1861:— A. A. Company.— Sydney, 850 tons; Melbourne, 1614 tons ; foreign ports, 353 tons ; steamers, 171 tons Total,'. 2U88 tons. ! C. and C. Company.— Sydney, 391 tons ; New Z».\ land, 195 tons ; foreign ports, 404 tons ; seamen, 312 toui.| Total, 1302 tous. . .,

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PHRENOLOGY. MR. CAVANOUGH'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

PHRENOLOGY. MR. CAVANOUGH'S LECTURE. m» Ckikvovau, one of Australia's young meotal.ptulo «nl,Vn. «re the first of a series of lectures on f hviifttgr- SSne wd important subject, onTuesday evening l$g|g}- l^?;? „!. doubt, in this instotfce. of the constant £*Wl4f SU&U which hive-eeJothe order of thejy dur. fap-lhelast fortnight. Still it has become matter & obser rition that, upon occasions of this kind, ,when something of a loftier and more substantial character is,pjesented, rt' t .),„(. is B paucity of the elite who avail themielves of inch opportunities. ' such a fact msv be ukKI as the thermometer indicating the amount of capacity o appre. iiation for subjects above the commonplace order t things, n ??? tlien, it is hardly complimentary to the tastiand the 'iio ment exhibited by those from whom we ar accus. I lamed to expect superior discrimination and re;nement. Be tail a» it may, it would certainly go far toware rcscu tag us from an imputation, as well as of su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

FOB, S A L E. — A STORE, with four rooms A Brick COTTAGJEyFijiJj four rooms and veran dah, and *J / ! A three-room COTyr.yGIp „ The above propeVieB ystanfoV on an allotment of land, on which there u a ggpd well of water, and stabling, and every oth/r convenience. Apply to R. JOHNCON, Lake Macquarie Road. TTAN DIEMAN'S L/NJ) SEEDS, at V Sydney yriceB.^MlJthif vegetable seeds in cultivation ; Flower seeUiyuariety ; choice dahlias, flowering shrubs, plants; &ey - c//T\ C A- LAYMAN- Alpha Nursery, La^r Mawfuarie Road, opposite St. John's Church. August 11, 1860. ? FRANCIS GILES AND CO., DENISON HOUSE, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Opposite the Bank of New South Wales,) SILK MERCERS, MILLINERS, LINEN DRA PERS, OUTFITTERS^/ND GENERAL DRANCIS jnM^ND CO. are con X? stantly receiWngvsdditions to their Stock, and their establishment is/eplete with every description of manufacture, of the best quality, and of the new est, designs. Country purchasers visiting Sydney will find great advantages...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 12 January 1861

MARRIAGE. On the 11th instant, at Newcastle, by the Rev. J. Nimmo, Mr. William Blackwell Evans, a native of London, to Miss Mary Monro Fairbairn, a native of Paddington, Sydney, N.S.W. The Newcastle Chronicle.   Salus Populi Lex Suprema — " The welfare of the People is the Supreme Law."   SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861

\A 0: B. E B S W 0 B*T H , W00li-BR0KEa'«dVNn/AUCTI0NEER, PRODUCE ST^uHTjtfjySyi:LAR QUAY, WEEKLY ^ALBJ^of Wbol, Tallow, Hides, Sheepskins, nnU otbe^prochiM^ ? ? Sh' AND ~N0ilSw6RTHY, Plumbers, Acad-light Wlfr^r/QjSfeicrs, Painters, &c, King-stwet, Nowtffrairo./yyn Piinrwa wnter-cloBey; bot^-enginee, cast-iron, gal vanizedand zinc gutitring, head and down piping, always on hand, nnd neatly fixed and ropaired. AN DIEMAN'S LAJrD SEEDS, at Sydney prices. Mj/ton yofflstablo seeds _ in cultivation i Flower soedsJnyfario^jxhoice dahlias, flowering slWubs, plaria^y: Tn VMi-J J I ^^A; LAYMAN.^ Alpha Nursery, LakjrMacquario Road, oppouHo St. John's Church. August 11, 1860. NOTICE is bereoy given, in«Bppiii:»uuu to be made to the Parliament of N- Wales, for lfenrs to bring in a bill to ve.1 owners of the Minmi and Hexham RaflwaJ lands in the parish of Hexham (specified schedule at foot hereof) and to provide fort ment of compensation for the Midlands; . amend and extend the Minmi and ...

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