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WEATHER PROGNOSTICATION FOR THE NEXT SIX MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

WEATHER PROGNOSTIC ATION5F0R THE NEXT SIX MONTHS. Wo observed last year, in one of ttjfel- , bourne journaU, a reference made tosijiob- . servatiuns on the weather which has bo'con- i tinued in France over a period consi^ibly I above half a century. The rule laid doiwos this: tlmfc the six days of the equinoxial Into' gave the woather whicii would prevail ovi the ensuing six months. , imp Our Melbourne contemporary stated fat if'- hhii suoh theory were co-rect, certain indh.ted *h° weather would prevail during the six nntbs ™e'J now elapsed. It mny be only a coioobce, i? but the weather so prognosticated they tally jn| did obtain. A gontlomau in this dlatrid ap- (ryp plying the same theory to observations lade, nd has supplied us with the following weatVal- ;ttec manao for tho ensuing winter. Wesha'pb- ''' serve, and let our readers know, whethi we '( rcully have a ' Murphy' among us. ' ' ' April.— About 17th to 21st, cloudy, with ptibl;. itl a few gentle nhowe. t-'rom the 23rd to e...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. April 20.— Anne ami Maria, brig, 2fi3. Murray, from Melbourne, .lane, scliomipr. 1 12, Gregory, from Geelong. Golden Spring, brig. 170, Rozca, from Sydney. Urilliant, Bchooner, 112, Stephens, from Sydney. Heine des Ances, 1- ranch ship, 333, Oliver, from Melbourne. If eather Bell, brig, 188, M'Eachern, from Sydney. Margraves, schooner, 171, Henderson, from Sydney. Anne and Jane, barque, 300, Smith, from Melbocrnc. .Martha, schooner, 91, Min nie, from Geelonp. Notion, schooner, 12!), Croft, from Melbourne. Hripht Planet, barque. Hoggart, from Gee. long. Fair Tasmanian, schooner, 144, Wolf, from Mel. bourne. Scbim, schooner, 1 1 1, Cowieson, from Melbourne. April 21.— Kipcranza, brig, J81-, M'Kay, from Mel. bourne. Aptil 22.— Willjau.Bucha.ian, barque. ICG, Cordy, from Taranaki, N.Z., 13th instant. April 23.— Yarra, schooner, 141, Finlayton, from Sydney. : Victoria, steamer, from Sydney. Douglas, schooner, — , M earns, from Taranaki, New Zealand. i dcparturi:i-. j ...

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THE CASE OF THE REV. WILLIAM CHAUCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

THE CASE OF THE REV. WILLIAM CHAUCER. There has been an unusual degree of excite ment, created in the public mind in reference to this case, the- resurCj^a species of agita tion as unbecoming as tlie means by which it lias been created and sustained have been un scrupulous and discreditable. No doubt the social position of the delinquent has had its influence with many, while others, in igno rance of the true state of the case, have been induced to participate i£ these proceedings, got up for the purpose of ' obtaining a re mission of the, sentence. VThcre are others, however, who cannot be privileged by being placed in the same category with those enume rated, who have not proceeded in ignorance in this affair, but with an amount of barefaced hardihood and presumption for which we know of no parallel in the whole history of cases char-gable with endeavouririg,'2o obtain public sympathy under false pretences. By these means, a very erroneous impression has been made and spread abroa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 24 April 1861

DEATH. On the 23rd instant, on board the barque Mandarin, Hugh Henry, the beloved son of Eliza and George Sin- clair, of Melbourne, aged 12 years and 4 months. Sydney and Melbourne papers please copy. The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1861.

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

jmHE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE j X. and Hunter River News. | PUBLISHED EVERY ^WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. '.' TERUS OF SUBSCRIPTION : S. d. -I/Mid in sdrance ? (Per Quarter).. 6 6 ifiplwed to account .. .. ..( ., ).. 7 6 i Price for single numbers, 3d. | TERMS OF ADVERTISING ! ^fenrUnet or under ? One Shilling. ,'Sitht line* or orer four ? Two Shillings. TTTftlre lines or over eight ? Three Shillings. mk 'lixtten lines or over twelve ? Four Shillings. Jim For every additional line, two-pence. J A discount will be allowed on all advertisements, if in 'i Bited according to the following scale, viz. :— . 0 Four insertion! ? 10 per cent. I Fight ditto ? 20 „ '! \ Thirteen ditto (one quarter) ... SO „ l;j STEAM TO SYDNEY. \ I jl The Australasian Steam Navi 'I t'icfiw gation Company's Steamers will leave \ ^.'iijl/wj^- Morpeth (calling at Newcastle), K) ^l^l-i.'i-*^ un'' furt'ler notice. , MONDAYS \collaroy, Captain MUlhall, j THURSDAYS } at 7 o'clock a.m. .TUESDAYS \lSiLoi*4, J^ptain Adams, FRIDAY...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. 9 NKW INSOLVENTS. April 22.— Robert Norton, of Inglis. street, Mudgee, la bourer. Liabilities, £01 3s. lid. Assets, value of perso nal property, £8. Deficit, £83 3s. lid. April 2.').— Henry Bower Wilson, of No. 245, Castle TTFagh-street, Sydney, lately of Twofold Bay, merchant. Liabilities, £1128 ltis. 4d. Assets, value ol real property, £50; of personal property, £10 ; outstanding debts, £4U7 10s. 9il. ; total, £557 IGs. 9d. Deficit, £570 19s. 7d. April 23.— John Dillon, of West Maitland, dealer. Li abilities, £137 IGs. Gd. Assets, value of personal property, £4 ; outstanding debts, £75 Gs. 9d. ; total, C79 0s. 9d. tJelieit, £58 9s. 9d. April 23.— William Thompson, of Cleveland-street, Syd ney, engineer. Liabilities, £1 IS. Assets, value of perso nal property, £0 1 Is. 0d. ; outstanding debts, £8 5s. ; toU), £14 IGs. o'd. Deficit, £103 3s. Gd. April 23.— William Farrell, of Sussex-street, Sydney, hairdresser. Liabilities, £40 19s. 7d. Assets, value of .personal pro...

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MEETING OF THE ARTILLERY CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

''meeting of the artillery corps. On Wednesday night, a meeting of this corps took place pursuant to advertisement, to take into con sideration the character and quulity of the uniform to be adopted bs full-dress. Captain M'Pucnsos presiding, opened the busi ne s of the meeting. After which, the following re solutions was moved by Mr. J. Laugh am, and seconded by Mr. Smith ens : ' That the full-dress uniform of the company be made of ?fine blue cloth, instead of blue coloured Colonial Tweed, as stated in rule 3.' This resolution hiving been put and carried, and some discussion having arisen on the question of extra cost, to which the members of the company would be .put in consequence of the Government allowance not being sufliciciit to defray the whole of the expense to be incurred by the alteration. Mr. Knioiit moved, unJ Mr. A'sit seconded, — ' That those members of the corps who have agreed to tjie first resolution, hereby agree by their signatures, to hold themselves liable for...

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BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

BANK OP- NEW SOUTH WALES. Tub half-yearly general meeting of the shareholders of this bank was held yesterday at noon. Mr. A. Stuart in the chair. The Secretary read the following report and balance sheet : — ' In conformity with the provisions of the deed of settlement, the directors now place before the share holders the annexed statement of the accounts of the Bank for the half-year ended on the 31st ultimo. The undivided balance of 30th September '~ was ? j£2,5Gl 1G 1 To which is to added the profits, after de ducting rebate on current bills, allowing interest on deposits, paying expenses of management, providing for bad or doubt- - ful debts, and making an allowance in re duction of bank premises and office fur niture ? 60,27* 12 11 Leaving for distribution ? j£62,83G 0 0 which the directors recommend to be ap propriated as follows : ? ^ To payment of dividend, at the rate of 15 per cent, per annum ? 50,250 0 0 To increase of reserved fund 2,017 10 b' To balance carried to pres...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chroniclt. -xou will oblige by inserting these few lines in the 'W of .your valuable paper. It is a reply to the Pfof Newcastle or the would.tio doctor. I consider long the paper an injury by trying every means in w to poison the minds of the Rev. Mr. Chaucer'* -'; but he has been too long amongst us for so weak a - lo have the least effect with them. Ere long, we war reason to believe he will be amongst us again. ?»a nimself and show tht public that the great gun 7 'pistol. It would bo better for him to take the out of bis own eye, he would then see how to take w«« of his brother's. Ho states, I and the Rev. uS too lneL 2iS f 'Bnatures under false pretences. I ws m of those signatures in a fair and honourable wanot m the way ho would hnve the public believe, Wiak sheet. It is true, that after filling ono sheet ome few persons did sign a blank sheet. They were Tu u'derst('id by me it was for a mitigation of '? Mr. Chaucer's sentence. Before sending it ...

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Newcastle Police. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) SATURDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

TlcuicitoUc Vol'tct. Saturday, Atril 21. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) Eliza Foster, servant, was fined 5s. fur heinp drunk on the Market Reserve on the l!)th hist., and iu default, to be confined in the cells 21 hours. Robert Morris, seaman, was brought up on warrant, charged with wilful disobedience of lawful commands on boartl his vessel, the brig ' Highland Lassie,' on the 15th inst., for which olll-ncc he was ordered to be confined in the lock-up 7 days. Monday. f Before Mr. Scott. P. M/- William Johnson, miner, for beinp drunk and expnsini; his person in Hunter-street, on the 20th inst., was ordered to pay n fine of 40s., or in default, 48 hours in the lock-up. Felix Simpson, printer, was fined 10s., or 48 hours in the lock-up, for uein£ drunk and disorderly in Ilulitcr-strcct, on the 21st inst. Robert Wisson, compositor, was also brought up on a charge of being disorderly in Hunter-street on the 21st in stant, but was ultimately discharged withn caution. Willam Ashtou, carpenter, ...

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AGGREGATE BALANCE SHEET OF THE BANK OF SOUTH WALES. 31ST MARCH 1861. (Including London Branch to 31st December, 1860.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

AGGREGATE BALANCE SHEET OF THE HANK Olf SOUTH WALKS. 31st lUtncii. 1KB1. (Including London Branch to 3 1 si December, 1SG0.) Dit. « To Dank Stock ? £750,000 0 0 Notes in circulation ? IKS.Blt 0 0 Bills payable ? l,(tf8,909 5 G Deposits anil other liabilities .... 2,7.17,4s!) 10 5 Reserve Fund ? 210.1S2 !) G Prolit nnd Loss ? 80,178 . 4 £ £5,927,173 0 11 ? Cu. By coin and cash balances; .... £1,002,035 7 2^, Bullion in hand, and in transit to London, 31st March, 18!-1 ? 7G5.5S5 8 G Government securities. ... .... 72,510 5 7 Notes of other banks ? 2i.liSl 0 O Bank premises ? 90,301 12 4 Bills disciiuuti-d, nnd other debts due to the Bank ? 3.01)11.035 0 1 Insurance account ? 5,934 10 3 £5,!l27,17i5 9 11 — From Thursday's Herald.

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THE BYE LAW AND BUTCHERS' MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

' THE BYE LAW AND BUTCHERS' MEAT. The corporation have .been induced to try their ' 'prentico hand' at siibbatiiiian legisla tion, and at the instance of a small section of the community have proceeded somewhnt precipitantly in the matter. There are none but would rejoice to see the Sabbath day ob served as it was originally intended, as a day of rest. At the same time many will havo to complain of the manner in which this question has been taken up, and is proposed to be dealt with by a lociil representative body. The whole of. the public havo not had time to deliberate and to discover how injuriously they may be affected by it, and therefore, we would suggest the propriety of postponing the final adoption of it until such time a fuir opportunity has been afforded. Thero are many reasons which might be urged for this course. Among others, that, while it is proposed to prohibit the sale und supply of butchers' meat, it leaveB the cook ing of meat on the Sabbath, by the bnker, untram...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

S II i 1' I* I N G . ARRIVALS. April 2*.— Yarra Yarra, steamer, from Sydney. Ellen Simpson, barque, 297, Poule, from Melbourne. Victor, brig, 227, Smith, from Melbourne. April £5.— Korrier, Dutch brig, 278. Rotgans, from Sydney. Kwald, Ccr.nan schooner. 159, Broring, from ueelo/ig. Gem, schooner, 100, Duthie, from Melbourne. Rebecca, schooner, 142, Sutor, from Otapo, S.Z. April 26'.— Tainar, schooner, 109, Pye, from Otago, N.Z. DEPARTURES. April 2G.— Ovennann, Danish barque, Gottsch, for Mel. bourne, with 3S0 tons coal. Dennis Hill, barque, Akin, for Wellington, N.Z., with 5*3 tons coal. Viceroy, schoo ner, Njcolson, for Melbourne, with 250 tons coal. April 24.— Yarra Yarra, steamer, for Brisbane. ^ April 25. — Victoria, steamer, for the Manning River, ileda, barque, Saunders, for Melbourne, with 450 tons coal. Druid, barque, Short, for San Francisco, with3(jl tons coal, 12 hogsheads brandy, and three steerage messengers. Lalla Jlookh, brig, Greig, for Manalcau, N. Z., with 200 tons...

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PARLIAMENTARY' INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

PARLIAMENTARY' INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday. April 2L I tic Uounctl mot yesterday, pursuant toad adjournment. Tho House went into committee for the fur ther consideration of tho Grown Lands Aliena 4ien Bill, and having sat until 11 o'clock re sumed'. Tbe West Maitland Church Land Bill wan read a second timo, and its committal fixed for Ihursuay uoxt. The other business on the papor was postponed until Thursday next. The llouso rose at '25 minutes before 12. ' Thursday, Ai-rii, 25. Tbo Council met yesterday, pursuant to ad journment. Tho debate on the Groat Seal question was further adjourned until to-morrow. Tho debate on the second reading of the Le gi.-lutivo Council Bill' was resumed by Mr. Docker, who opposed it, and moved as an amend ment that the bill be road a second time on the 14t.li day of May next. Mr. Want expressed himself in favour of tho elective principle, but oppose to the bill on many grounds — particularly opposed to univer sal suflriige, by which ...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

Ta the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. li-I was reading in your last Wednesday's issue, an :li -bout Mr, Cokwau, which does not surprise mo. rebas been and is travelling, a lot of moiuitebiuiks who tress themselves up and make pitiful speeches, and Be public in general encourage. Our court-house is M the judge at the sittings nf the district court, as a ? ot petty sessions and small debts court, and some, i for preaching. Well, these mountebanks, on coining or worthy police magistrate and promising to give a t for tht benefit of some benevolent institution, make ?plication for the court-house and it is granted. Now, lere are other large rooms and a theatre in the city, would go there, but they state the aristocracy would o there ; this is a lame excuse. They have to pay for rooms, while they can get the court-house for just ing it. To bring this statement more clearly before tblic. When there was a neat little theatre here, and i they could not agree with the proprietor as to pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

? . ? - tin The Weather.— With us the weather still continwi ( in a state of wet and mugginess very undesirable. Dunnj E_ the whole week we have had almost incessant rain. On wi Wednesday and Thursday the nights were v«ry fine, w ^ moon shining bea utifully and bright, and seemed to mm- Dm cate that tho worst was over. About aix o'clock on-Tnun. ^ day morning, however, and about one hour later on Friday ( morning, the rain for some time fell in torrents; and conn- tl^ nued with occasional intermissions through tho day. W Mt the evening1 we had heavy dark ciouds surging up from tti ;„ eastward, with thunder, lightning, and rain. Ihe atmo sphere has been more sultry to-dny, and decidedly wainut ^ than at any other period during the week. , Police Office Poor Box.— The amount of lunii „ obtained from this source amounted, on tho. 26th April, collections for three weeks) to lU.6d., while twopaupeii »- jad been relieved on tho 17th, and two (women) forwr** im to Sydney on the 23rd instan...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, Aimiii. 2'L In the Assembly, yesterday, the Speaker took tho ohair at half-past three o'clook. Thomas Danger, Esq., was introduced by Messrs. Leslie tffl Piddington, and took the oaths and his seat as member for tho electoral districts of tho Upper Hun tor. Mr. Cowpor's motion, that certain papers laid. on tlio table on tuo autu January last, should be printed, was agreed to. In roply to a question from Mr. Lucas, Mr. Arnold stated that tho portion of tho Parra matta Road lying between Longbottom and Parramatta, had beon undor repair for somo time. In reply to Mr. Lucas, Mr. Arnold stated that Captain Martindale's resignation had been sent in to tho Governor-General. Mr. Terry presented a potition from Mudgoo against tho Church of England Synods Bill. Cantain Morinrtv presented a Detition from a large number of tho inhabitants of Braidwood, praying for a ro-considjration of Dr. Beer's case. Mr. Parkcs presontcd a potition from 43 Chi nese gold-digger...

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MR. D.T. ALLAN, HARBOURMASTER OF THE PORT OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

MR. D.T. ALLAN, HARBOURMASTER OV THE POUT OF NEWCASTLE. (Pir favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) J —Will you be so kind as to let me know through „ medmra of the Newcastle Chronicle of Wednestlay j, whether it is the duty of the pilots of the port to u imend butchers and others when they go on board of , *, and also if the Government pays them for such j, i, or whether they receive a per centage. If a reply 0 «bove is not made by Wednesday next, application |( «made to the board in Syclnoy to make the necessary . ujr.— I am, &c, !'*126,1861. A LOVER OF FAIR PLAY.

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Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING APRIL 26, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

QEruoct of Cool Week ending April 26, 1881 s— Coai. ami Copper Company.— Sydney, 42 tmi; Melbourne, 1C5 tons; Adelaide, 570 tons; steamers, 23! tons. Total, 1012 tons, A. A. Company.— Melbourne, 1568 tons; Ttsmami, 140 tons; Foreign ports, 721 tons; steamers, 78 tow Total, 12.310 tons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

TTICTORIA FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE V (SrfMJfANY. CAPITAL-TWO mLLlOftS STERLING. W6JW/ S T (rf'lMfAN C 1 1 , C. W. MORGAN, KsTn; Medical Referee GEORGI-: K/DIBBS & CO., Agents. Scott-street, Newcastle, AL A Y M A N^^eVjJsniaiix Gardener, Florist, &c. i Choice Vm\V/fvf/^, yShrubs, &u., suppl'iad. Alpha Niirst'iVr-^yaktJmicqimriu Roiul, March. ICtli, 1801. ' / /~1ASII to anj/aj/oujit kilvnnced on gold \J mid- silver tO(itc^itinupua, wntches, and other valuables. C. W. /ndjT WILLIAMS, WntciJ inakera.ii-c, Hunter-street, Newcastle. /HARD.— Dr. PARSONS begs to intimate that he \J will ho nt Ifcjntf ft^r consultation — in the morn ings, from eight ((yTc'nyf'd^c, mid in the evenings, . .,* from six to eight u^ocV. Uwnk^buildiiigs, February *' 23, 18G1* / WHEELER AND WILSON'S FAMILY SEWING M AC IJftNE.— Messrs. VEN NARD and STEVaNS r/spcJbtfnlly beg to inform the public il/ti), iig ncco/daijfce with arrangement* / rocentiy madg/fcithftJie nroniuuct/rera, they are now v...

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