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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIG LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

PARLIAMENTARY INTEJJJ LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Wednesday, Amii.i** ihe council met yesterday at twenttJ past four o'clock. J1 In reply to a question from Mr.DmJ Mr. Robertson said that the Lordiofl] hnd intimated to the Secretary oi SutcU nies thnt th.y could not co-operate suu meuts of -Australia to establish thepm» phic cumin .nication with Eunpe. f. i; Mr. Ueas Thomson asked nhttht'A* tcntion of the Government U bring fan the present sess'on, the scheme for hta, nicution referred to in the oneniim ?». Excellency Sir W. T; Denison. * 1 Mr.Kobertson said there was soraerMia in the mutter, but he did not' lay itw!iJf bar going on wklyije question tliii H^lr had some new iBHntion which ratherki the disparogementWthe scheme. M Mr. H olden askert whether the Gofenift ded to apply tho funds long since vpirfkf, ment towards the completion of the Durliatli railway terminus in the work thus authrili not, why? ? fl ' '» Mr. Robertson said- the m.iney bad Hi upon condition that the Pyrmont^ Bridg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

— ; ? ~ ? . ? ~ — : . ? ., ? ..; : A. Newcastle :— Printed and published by thtP*oprW H.M'DicKENand J. Baker, »t thB;'CTrtg Gtneral Printing Office, Dolton-itteet. Satin April 20, 1861.

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Newcastle Police. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. APPLICATIONS FOR PUBLICANS' GENERAL LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

llciDcnotlr goitre. Tuesday, Atbil 16. APPLICATIONS FOR PUBLICANS1 GENERAL LICENSES. ' 15 wen Cameron, Star Inn, Blane.strect. Granted. — Jas.Crimeron, Queen's Arms' Hotel, Borehole. (3 ranted. George Chapman. Ilexham Holcl/IIcxham. Granted. . I'oter Conoily, Cottage oC- Content,. near Blnne-street. Granted. r- '? \ .. Edward Lascelles CookeA Metropolitan Hotel, Watt street. Granted. v ' Vnseph Croft, Bank Hotel, punter-street. Granted. Thomas Dent, Uurwood Inn, Burwood. Postponed for a week. Mark Fryar, Wallsend Colliery Inn, Waitsend. Granted. Aaron Hampton, Wnrntah Inn, Waratah. Granted. , John llannell, Wheat Sheaf Inn, Hexham.. Granted. Robert Hack-worthy! Carpenter's Arms, Blnne-street. Granted. ?????? ? William Hnrris, Railway Hotel, Blanc-street. Granted. Cnthhert Holop, Minmi Inn, Miniui. GrantoU Fitzarthur Ifopue, Junction Inn, Junction. Granted. Lewis Jo$u, Princo pf Wales Inn, Hunter -street. Granted. Morris Magney, Market Wharf Inn, Market Wharf. Granted. v . . 'Y-'V . ...

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SUPERNATURAL VISITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

SUPERNATURAL VISITATIONS. ' He started up with more of fear ,Than if an armed host were near, God of my fathers, what is here.' Byron' t Siege of Corinth. . {Continued from the Chronicle of the 17 th itutant.) . .It was then, I suppose, I fainted. ' Then how,' I exclaimed, 'did you, in the name of all that's gpod, contrive to re'uch your, tout ?'' 'Tdou't know,1' he added wildly. 'I have, or seem, to have, . a perfect . recollection: of coming to myself, and feeling, at the same tituo, almost perished with the oold. In stimtly recrossing the gully, I entered my tent, threw myself. upon, the hed; and' — ' 'Went to sleep agnin without so much as putting ,a blanket about you,': I observed, interrupting him in a tone of badinage for which I subsequently felt sorry. 'Now, that's extremely probable.' ' Come, come, my good fellow, you have been most woefully duceived. Under the. influence of excited feelings, you nevertheless, from sheer bodily exhaustion, fell asleep. Still haunted by the...

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(To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

( To the ~Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle.) Silt — A few days since nn occurrence took place here which called considerable excitement, and even a public meuting. It whs industriously circulated, and though an utter strange i\ repentudly dinged into my cars, that three magistrates --one of them an alderman and captnin of the volunteer rifles of this plaue— had sworn that four men could not be found in Newcastle m\ whose oaths nny reli ance ciiinl'l he plnci'd. I reply toShy intimate friends that such an s-H'mnn, coming trom ttwn in their position, was almost in.'redible— however, if trie, though slightly ac quainted here, I would raise my voice agninst it On read ing the nUitluvits of these gentlemen, 1 could not discover nny such assertion, but found that the nnths of- these mngis trates were in strict accordance with English law and Eng lish practice -that they merely recommended that, on a new trial heini; granted, the venue be changed in conse quence of Incnl prejudices, as a ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

SHIPPING. ' ARRIVALS. Apri 17.— Telegraph, steamer, from Sydne*. t. ? P'' '8.— Samson, steamer, from- Sydney. Yarrow, brig, 229, Scott, from Nelspn, N.Z. DEPARTURES. Apriri7.— Telegraph, steamer, for Brisbane. Adolphus, schooner, Scott, for 1'ort Napier, N.Z.. with ISO tons coal, 8 canes wine, 2 cases sauces. 2 cases drapery, 1 c«se books, ami l case saddlery. Success, barque, Macalister, for Melbourne, with 450 tons coal. Martha Ellen, schooner, Hurley for Melbourne, with 180 tonv coal. Achilles, ship, Htrt, lor San Irancisco, with 700 tons coal, 10 hoRsheads uranay, 5 hogsheads and 9 quartcr-casks gin. Pastengers April 18.-Samson, steamer, for Wide Bay. Alarm, Jiriff, Mitchell, for Hobart Town, with 280 tons coal. Nor. tbem Li/jnt, schooner, Tobin, for Melbourne, with 150 tons coal. James Paxton, schooner, Davis, for Geelung, with 00 tons coal, 120 bags maize, and 1200 spokes. April 19.T-Urara, steamer, for Grafton. ?i W coasteiis inwards. April l/.-'LitdeEet, Herculeim, H. M. War...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

^fpJHE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Jtoisii ' and Hunter River Newt. 'OB, it. ? / tjj, PUBLISHED EVERY ' ionm TERMS OF iHQSLlftlOH : S. d. ? .''?Mi (n iftrMice ? / ./(Perpusrter).. 6 6 toaiSrfto sccouut .. ./ ./( ySj,, ).. 7 0 jftCtaT.V^ ' Price for «''B£ nu/nbeivSd. ^'w.J- TERtiS OF ADv/lTISINO J lldllfeuiinei or under ? / .. .. . One Shilling.' .1 Jbhtlintt or over four .. .. ?.. . . Twp Shillings. 'JPe Hum or over eight ? Three Shillings. iiffiRa linci or over twelve ? Four Shillings. gi *tTT for every additional line, two-pence. i.lrlliicoutit will be allowed on all advertisements, if in E- ufi&KQording to'the following scale, via. :— PclT ?-wf iosertipij'i/ ? 10 per ceot. T| l jfohttftto^,, ..-.,. ..*..«?; 20 B. 8 6)1 ' ' TbirteeJtlUld(one quarter) ...' 50' „ — - obofa. .????? ' ? ;. ? ' ??;? i ?? ' croj STEAM TO SYDNEY. , (I? -I t Tire Australasian Steam Navi gynjl ,'^vs A. Bnt'on Company's Steamers will leave ld[/^'^''R^ MoripETii (calling at Newcastle), S l^iw-iSp un*M^r^er n...

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OTHER VIEWS OF SPIRITUALISM. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

OTHER VIEWS OF SPIRITUALISM. . . [COMMUNIOATKD.] ? TnE'reccnt notice of certain phenomena it) tlio CprnMll Magazine, authenticated err far as the. veracity of the fgentleman making the state ment, by the Editor, are of a Etartling character — but, they contain nothing more curious or ex traordinary than is to be met with in Mrs. - , Crowe's 'Night Side of Nuture;' or, among the many narratives whioh are continually brought forward iu support of the spiritualist theory. The idea of communication with those who have gone before, is by no meaas new ; mid, to denounce it as fudge, or. the disordered imagi nation of a futile'! fancy1, for. the horrible, is no . 'argument. Tlmt\in nil n$tes this idea, by what ever name it hqsbfceo known/ has been ever pre sent, cannot bo uonVd. '?. Supernatural v'ujtatious are frequently referred to in the Scripture. ftSuul'8 '''interview with Samuel, obtaiticd by the Woman, .of Endor, is known to every child, ond is not'to be doubted . 'by'thojo who hold...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 20 April 1861

BIRTH. At Newcastle, on the 13th instant, Mrs. Burrowes, of a daughter.  

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MUSIC OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

MUSIC OF LABOUR. — o— II The banging of the hammer, I The whirling of the plane, I The crashing of the busy saw, :j The creaking of the crane, I The ringing of the anvil, I The grating of the drill, I Tho clattering of the turning lathe, I The whirling of the mill. I The buzzing of the spindle, I _ The rattling of the loom, I The putting of the engine. The fan's continuous boom, lip, Tho clipping of the tailor's shears, IU The driving of the awl— KJ These sounds of honest industry— I Sy I love, I love them all. I Co Tho clicking of the mngic type, ' If1 The earnest talk of men, I|H- The toiling;of the giant piew, ' I«OI The scratching of the pen. lmu The tappingof the yard-stick, II The tinkling of the scale, I The whistling of the needle, v II (Where noT-right cheek turns pal«) I - The humming of the cooking-stove, I The surging of the broom, I The pattering of children's feet, I The housewife's busy hum, The buzzing of the scholar!, ,.' _ Tho teacher's kindly call— I These sounds ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. A most welcome discovery which has been marie by the Minister of Finance is the talk of the day. Among the inscriptions of the Rentes on the ' Grand Livre' were found 1 1,000,000 in the name of a man who was not worth 11,000. An inquiry was insti tuted, the result of which was that the mnn confessed that his name was merely lent to procure safety for this large sum, which be longed to different members of the Bourbon family. They were declared to belong to the public treasnry. In consequence, we hear Francis II. has made a strong protest nt Gaeta, denouncing this as spoliation. In warfare each party is fully justified in de priving its adversary of the means to do harm. Eleven millions screwed out of the people contain a great deal of harm if mis applied. .Deaths from Inhaling Noxious Gases. — Fatal Accident in thk City. — A very shocking occurrence took place yesterday morning in the section of sewers situated on the enst side of Fnrrington-street, which re sulted...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. By the barque William Buchanan, which arrived .at Newcastle, on the 22ad instant, from Tara naki, the seat of the war, we have been kindly put in possession of the latest New Zealand pa pers, from which we give a few extracts. The following is from the Taranaki Herald, of the 13th instant, and is relative to the conditions and terras granted by the Governor to the insur rrpntft ?— TERMS OFFERED BY THE GOVERNOR TO THE WAITARA INSURGENTS. Hatuiiona anil NuATiAWAr-FoSrVlwelve months you have been carrying arnis'againsl Her Majesty the Queen and the authority of the law ; you have now laid down your arms and expressed your desire for peace ; believing you to be sincere, I have come from Auckland for the purpose of stating the terms upon which it will be granted, and upon which Her Majesty's gracious pirdon and protection will I extended to you. They are as follows : — 1. The investigation of the title, and the survey of the land at Wuitara to be continued and com...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, Aimul 19. Id the Couacil yesterday the President took the cliair at 26 minutes past 4 o'clock. Mr. Towns withdrew the motion 'standing in his name on the subject of the pilot and harbour service. Mr. Johnson moved the second reading of the il/embers of Council Qualification Bill. The object of tho bill was that disqualifications which prevent a member continuing to occupy his seat, should also disqualify any person from being appointed. The Attorney-General thought the proposed bill unnecessary. Any enactment on the subject might be embodied in the qualification, clause of the Legislative Council Bill. Mr. Docker thought it was necessary to pass this bill. Mr. Russell opposed the second reading on similar ground to that taken by the Attorney General. Mr Johnson replied, and the bill was then read a second time. Mr. Merewether moved that the House go into committee on the amendments of the As sembly in tho Sydney Uuivorsity Inc...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. April 18.— Henry Clements Beverly, of Sydney, gentle, man. Liabilities, £867 Cs. fid. | assets, vnluc of personal property, £350 ; deficit, £6X1 (is. Gd. April 18. — James Crawford, of Sydney, mariner. Lia. bilities, £138 ISs, 9d.; assets,, value of. personal property, j£Sj s outstanding debts, £2?V total, £107 j deficit, £31 ISs. -Jd. «^^ .' ' i \ April 1!).— Stephen Richardson, (f NclligetL by-Clmrles Scott mid John Frnser, of 'SyilncyAtrustcus or'tin estate. Liabilities, £10,4-17 7s. 10(1. Assi ts, value of real pro. perty (partly murtcrged), £0401 ; iof porsonal property, £u'U!) 14s. P)d, ; otiistauditif; deht-qf £U'0 4s: del. ; total, £70-10 Ms. a.jd.: deficit, £2000 7s. '.yd. April 10.— John Gillies, of Illaok Creek, miller. Liabi. lilies, £007 l.i. 41. j assotsSkvnluetW pcisonal property, £2f)8 10s. t outstanding debts; £0(i 14s. lOd. ; total, £3u'S 4s. 10d.| deficit, £541 l(is.Cd. . v / April 10,— Enmnuel UcnJTnin, nT'ulelie Rond, Sydney, gre...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

^ IE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ! (.v evening, the council met, pursuant to 1 Prefent-his worship the Mayor, k\ i&rlette, Ross, Pratten, Fleming, Kemp, n toteiof ibe previous meeting having been J confirmed, the Mator, as chairman, Bit L .h. «nnrt of the committee of the whole lardB01 Lmroending that the mayor be requested Tbv-law for the prohibition of the sale of sconce ,'meit on Sundays. acU den moved by the Ma von, and seconded ie £ & Coblette, that the report be received, indeno ^received accordingly. to Mr. Beresford Hudson, granting permis Qg tht ( jown a pipe-drain from his premises, at man« * of Bolton-street, to the culvert in Huuter 2 1S| „ carrying off the surface water from the jloviniJiect to the usual conditions of supervision k ATjty jurveyor. From Mr. Hyslop, treasurer iunicipality, tendering his resignation of tha * consequence of his departure for Europe. 6 i moved by alderman Coulette, and se cv- i kjlderman Kemp, that the resignation of Bom L be accepted...

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COMMUTER MEETING OF THE NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

COMMITTER MRETING OP TR* NEWCASTLE HOSPITAL K A meeting of the general committee of the Ne. castle hospital, was held at the court-hotue Tuesday evening, the 23rd instant, pursuMtt adjournment. Present— Messrs. R. C Knwi J l.rrington, W. Scully, Wood, RiohaZ a:; ; I ighe. .... the motion of Mr Merrington, seconde ,„ by .-ir. Richardson, Dr. Knaggs took the chai ifbei The minutes of the last meeting haringbee «* read and confirmed, the following correBpondeno u' was then read. A letter from Mr. J. B. Coleman, stating thi toi the gross receipts of the two nights perfonnan« «f for the benefit of the hospital was only£12 15, J « and the expenses in consequence of emplovin Wee extra talent was £13 la., consequently he hi o'r no money to present to the hospital. «'i( Mr. Merrington then moved and Mr. Woo 'con seconded the following:—' That the Rev J J' Fletcher, and Messrs. C.W.Williams, and Rom L be appointed the acting committee for the cut wot rent quarter.' Carried. jjui Moved by Mr. ...

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GREAT FIRE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

GIIEAT FIRE IN SYUNKY. ( From Monday's Empire.) A. most disastrous conflagration took place in King street nt mi early hour vestcrduy morning, by which one house was totally destroyed, two others so much injured (lint nothing; wns left of them but the bare walla, and another had the roof unl upper rooms completely burned away. The lire was discovered ubout a quarter to three o'clock by constable FuIIer tnti A II. wiin. tiftQiinP' flip shnn uf Mi*. Linrl. ft working jeweller next door but one to the Liverpool Arms, observed smoke bursting from under the door nnd windows of the premises. He at once tried to arouse the inmates, but his endeavours being unsuc cessful, he immediately ran olfto the -cntral station house, and tli re giving the alarm, hastened with all speed to Mr. Bouen's station-house, nnd assisted by others who were ut hand, pulled the insurance en gine to the spot where he had seen the smoke. On arriving at King-street the flumes were observed bursting forth with irresi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronic!,. Stn-I had an answer ready to ' Infidelity'i' la.t ]eth ,,, and, no doubt, would have replied to ' Consijtencj' a ' Veritas,' but some of my friendi advised me to cS the correspondence, as, the blasphemy contained in (kt ™* letters is no: fit for perusal. Before concluding I ub -ld this opportunity of-warning and «iltreating the workS km community and others, not to reid the sperioni-butie nicious— literature of Infidelity. Better avoil tempt.E' u than tamper with it, in case of falling into a siare. , Thanking you for your courte»y in allow:ng me »w« *' in your columns,— I remain, yonrs &c, , r dob Newcastle, April J«. 1SC1. - no [We accept Rratemlly the Huknowledgemetn of our Hit correspondent, for any courtesy v,» lnay haB been ., ' of in the matter, and hope to have incited siirilar testimony from the host of ?' free-thinking' e.rrespaldenls u [ 'Ponderers' well-intentioned efforts ha «, ben the mun of unwittingly ...

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LEGISLTIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

LEGISLTIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, April 19. Tho Legislative Assembly mut at half-past three o'clock. Mr. Parkes presented a petition from Benja min Lee and Samuel S. Diukson, praying for leave to introduco a bill to incorporate) tho Mait and Morpoth Railway Company. Papers were laid upon tho table by Ministers, and ordered to be orinted. Several new notices of motion were given by members. Mr. Dick brought up the report of the oom mittoe on tho case of Mr, Kentish. In answer to Mr. Rotton, the Secretary for Public Works said tho Enginoer-in-ohiof re turned 997 persons as employed on tho threo Railway extensions, but tho contractor roported a much larger number. Iu answor to Mr. Parkes, tho Colonial Socre tary said there wan some Moubt wliothcr tho Chinese at Lambing Flat had really sustainod any serious loss by tho late riots. A petition of a Chineso digger, who complained of injuries of this kind, had boou sout up to tho commis sioner for his report, which, as yot, had not bcon received...

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