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CORRESPONDENCE. The writers of these letters, of course, are alone responsible for the sentiments or facts contained in them. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. n. uritirs of these Utters, of course, are alone respon Ok for the sentiments or facts contained tn them. r» the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. .....Amongst the wants of this fair and go-ahead city !£ felt most severely by a certain class of individuals, iSr shopkeepers' assistants that is, an early-closing 'w';nn Is it not possible for all the shopkeepers here 'Cf'seven P m. The Maitland shops are all closed Uptime, and also those in Sydney-in fact, the early. US movement is becoming general all over the country. nrii is a well-known fact that the drapers' assistants W* . . . ? . „..* nf tlw» fihnn till nflfit Minn n'rlnnlf at St. and «''at lime' l ask- have l iey £etweel1 *at and StSme for recreation 1 Not much. I am confident if .Wai w« ™de in tbe proPer m»!mer, '° the, shoP Jjn to close at seven in the evening (Saturdays of SttMccptcd), that they would with pleasure do so, and -would find it no loss in the long run, but rather a 2 u those in their employ woul...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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VESTRY MEETING OF CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

VESTRY MEETING OF CHRIST CHURCH. On Wednesday evening, a meeting of the.vestry of Christ Church took place, convened by the following notice : — In compliance with a requisition signed by two of the churchwardens and other pew-renters of this church, re questing me to call a mee'.ing of the vestry, to deliberate upon the state of the roads lcadinc to this church, the de. lay m repairing the same, and on other matters, 1 hereby give notice_ that i v.strv meeting will be held in the vestry room of this church, nV. Wednesday next, the 21th instant, at seven o'clock of the evening, for the purpose herein set forth, and for any other business connected with our church which may be brought before the meeting. — John Fletcher, Incumbent Christ Church Parsonage, April 21, 1861. The Rev. Canon Fletcher hax'ing taken the chair, the meeting i f the previous vestry mee ing were read and confirmed, after which the chairman called upon some of the promoters to bring the sub ject for discussion be...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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SHIPPING. COAL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

S II 1 P 1» I N G . AH RIVALS. iIOAL April 2*.— Yarra Yarra, steamer, from Sydney., Simpson, barque, 297, Poole. from Melbourne, '»Ki ?'/, Smith, from Melbourne. ?4S ^iJfe^M&.^.iJke better pro Geelong. Gem, schooner, 100, Duthicrirt Inspection of ileliecca, schooner, If 2, Sutor, from Q: „ _p ti,\ r»_i.,,.,, April 2O.-Tamar, schooner! 109. PYus of tlle Colony, oEPARTufuecn's Most Excellent April 20.— Ovennann. i-r-,|}, illf- nilviVe mid pmmnnr bourne, with 3X0 tons . ftl1' l'° . , CL, 'I'1 COIibCllt for Wellington, iVjjirilalive Council iiiul Legisluuvc llei-Ni?Pjfai)Jy olf New South Wales, in' Parlia- ment nsembled, and by the authority oi' the 6nrae, as follows : — j Repeal of I8lh Viet., No.?,2, saving penalties there- j under. j 1 . The Act eighteenth Victoria, number j thirty-two, Cor the Registration anil Inspction : of Ooul Mines, is hereby repealed— Provided that all penalties incurred thereunder may be proceeded for and recovered and applied as if the gaid Act were ...

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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 Chronicle. jil-l was obliged to leave the vestry meeting yester jnening, with my comrades, to attend a meeting of the Jbteer artillery ; I therefore did not hear what tran M there afterwards, but of that I did hear the painful maion if as that bickering had occurred, tending greatly iinuoy our present worthy pastor, whose eyes must be cs to the unhappy state of the social feeling at New. ilk The chairman in beginning the business of the nine read over the minutes of the last vestry meeting, me portion of which aroused Mr. liolton, wno unequivo Ij denied its accuracy. An appeal being made for con milionto Mr. Luke, that gentleman, I thought, did not press himself to the purpose. The reverend chairman eo took the sense of those gentlemen who were present at e previous vestry meeting, whether the words recorded we not those of Mr. ISoiton, which a show of hands mimed; but notwithstanding all this, he must emphati Ilr denied to me that he was the originato...

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

Loweii Hunter Electorate.— Notice.— A meet ing of the electors of the' Lower Hunter will take plncc at Mr. T. Holdstock's, Junction Inn, Raymond Terrace, on Friday, 20th April, at sovon o'olnck p.m., to adopt a requi sition to our present mombor in tho Legislative! Assembly, A. W. Scott, Esq., calling on him to resign, in consequence of his in.nttentlnu to our interest.— Maltlatul Mtroury, Apr!I2C-.

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

BUTLEJ1S, BjfOT/ERS, & WHITEHOUSE, whpt/lo^Atidl/rs, JmrneBijiiakers and sadd ler's ironuj^W^J^IsifWncJBny ; and Pitt-street, Sy (1 neyAfcartnbywongtjHMrel. HOELOWAY'S OINTBEKr A Cure for Piles and Fuluh, TNFLAMMATION of sensitive L JL fistulas, and such like painful disaJ^ sently relieved, and ultimately cured by tof,5 - ligent use of this cooling and healing oiX ;-, action should, ui such cases.be assisted bv iuF of pills. Ere many days have dapsed, the 2 will experience a wonderful degree of ease K 't ment. They are equally suitable to botrueX ri Coughs, Colds, and Asthma ?' These complaints of the chest come on rt,. i frequency. The ointment should awiduoudvt,! !' least twice a day on the chest and between £, * when the violence of all symptoms willgrii' «S= the breathing become longer, and tneopprami F medicines are more efficient in chest complaiZ. WO ' be used with equal safety and certainty IU *?' ' ointment are accompanied by very cleat MdiimJ ? tions for using them...

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

ARTILLERY UNIFORM. By a report in our present issue, it will be seen that the artillery co^ps held a meeting on Wednesday evening last, pursuant to advertise ment, for the purpose, we presume, of taking the necessary steps for procuring the dress uniform to be worn by the artillery company of Newcastle. We are presuming that this was the legitimate purport of the meeting, in the absence of any definite information on the subject, or from any to be gleaned from the advertisement, which is of so vague a cha racter as to preclude the possibility of any thing specific being derived from it on that head. If this be the case, that the meeting was called for that purpose, it is quite clear from the nature of the resolutions agreed to, that the original and ostensible ob ject was departed from. There is good rea son for assuming that this was the special object, and hence, in the terms of the adver tisement, it was called a ' special meeting ;' jmd from the. tenor of the other terms em ploy...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 April 1861

BIRTH. At her residence, Prince of Wales Hotel, Newcastle, on the 26th instant, Mrs. Lewis Jones, of a daughter. The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1861.  

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

*fpHE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE ?? X and Hunter River News. PUBLISHED EVERY , WEDNESDAY. and SATURDAY. V TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : S. (1. ''if paid in advance ? (Per Quarter).. '6 6 ? If placed to account ??????( .. ).. 7 G 1'ricc fur single numbers, 3d. ,' TERMS 01' ADVERTISING : (Four lines or under ? One Shilling. jjight lines or over four ? Two-Shillings. iXwelve lines or over eight ? Three Shillings. ^ Sixteen lines or over twelve ? Four Shillings. % For every additional line, two-pence. .', A discount will be allowed on all advertisements, if in : Krted according to the following scale, viz. : — 'i Four insertions ? 10 per cent. Fightditto ? 20 „ ,, Thirteen ditto (one quarter) . . . SO „ ;' STEAM TO SYDNEY^' ? * Jl % The Australasian Steam Navi i l&iSwrta: Kat'011 Company's Steamers will leave i jUaHa^ M°i''eth (caUing at Newcastle), i*tpJ!|§$6S^ during thee»s«ing montB, as fallows: TUESDAYS \lbq[Lor Mn Adam FRIDAYS ) 7^4ka.m. ?WEDNESDAYS U?o VA .^ C«ptain Mulhall, ? SATURDAY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

Newoastib :-Prlntc(l nnil published by thjFwrWW II. M'DiOKBKnnd'J. lUKun, at '\°t,^X General Printing OJHco, Bolton-ntreet, Weilnc«l Mayl.lWU.

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THE OXFORD ESSAYS AND REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

THE OXFORD ESSAYS AND REVIEWS. From the National Reformer, February 9, 1881. It seeing, from tbe following, which appears in the Times of Tuesday, January 29th, that the orthodox portion of the clergy arc determined to do their worst to get the liberal authors of the celebrated Essay t and Reviews put out of their places : — 'MECTING OF THE CITY CJ.EROY.' ' A general meeting of the bcneGced clergy of the city and archdeaconry of London, was held on Friday last, in the great hall of.Sion College, London Wall, in consequence of tbe following requisition, addressed to the presi dent ;— -* Dear Mr. President — We, the under signed Fellows of Sion College, alarmed at the public profcKsion of infidel doctrines by ministers of ? the Church of England, request a meeting of the Fellows), to consider the best course to be adopted by the clergy in reference to this mat ter.' . Then follow the names. * Tlio raoeting, which was very numerously at tended, was presided over by tbe Rev. J. V. I'ova...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

.NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Tub communication of It. VV. V,Js under consideration, and will appear on Saturday nex«(f«#iissable, and only then with certain modifications. The subject upon which it treats having been pretty, freely discussed by previous correspondents. ?. ?, Mr. A. Flood's will appear on Saturday pext. Ihe communication of Mr. It. Fox, and Mr. A. Tighe, are anticipated by the passing of the bye-law to which they respectively rebut. . ' n'EDNBSD4Y, MAYA, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

Giant Strides in the Nineteenth Century. — ' It if a world of wonders nobody can deny, we take Up the periodical of the day with the expectancy of reading some, new theory or discovery, as well as seeing news in the abstract The transatlantic electric cable, at the time wo write, is fast expanding, from its central point in mild-ocean to its two 'termini' on land, to.link the hemisphere ! but at the same time that we justly look upon this as a convin. ' cing proof of the great' inarch, of intellect/' we must not loso sight of another and no less great palpable evidence of. what a giant intellect, single handed, can accomplish.. Thomas 1 1 olio way, whose name (as the great medical dictator of the present age (it needs no mb.inarine telegraph ot herald from one chine to another, has, by means of his two remedies, a Pill and an Ointment long established * chain of communicating agencies around the globe, without having recourse however to the aid of electricity or a metal wire. As the...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. ' S ill— Whenever I have occasion to pass the depot of the Newcastle branch of the Hritish and Foreign Bible Society, I feel forcibly impressed with the equivocal, nay, I may say, ridiculous position, of a society of such large preten sions, claiming, ns it docs, to be an organization of such superior usefulness and sanctity, that every member of every denomination who does not contribute to its support is considered little better than a miserable, unrcgencrate, sinner ; yet this pretentious body of professed philanthro pists aro content to submit to the degradation of having their bibles associated with brandy in a wholesale grogshop, though an unfair preference seems to be given to the brandy, as it occupies a prominent place, while the bible is kept in tho back ground. The above arrangement may have its advantages, as he who is desirous of worshiping at tho shrine of Ilaochua, as well as at the shrine of the living God, may here obtain th...

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COPY OF A REPLY TO AN APPLICATION FOR A LEASE OF COAL LAND AT HEXHAM. Department of Lands and Public Works, Sydney, 4th August, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

Copv of a Reply to am Application* for a Luasu oi- Cuai, Land at Hu.xiiam. Department of Lands and Public Works, Sydney, 4th August, 1859. Sin— With reference to your letter of the 29th ultimo, requesting permission to work certain laud at Hexham, supposed by you to contain coal, I am directed to inform you that the Government have it in contemplation to issue a code of regulations with respect (o the leasing of mineral lands.— I have the honour to be, air, your most obedient servant, MCL. FITZPATMCK. Mr. Thomas Adam, Newcastle. Mr. Editor— with these items you will know some thing of my past proceedings. Anxious to keep the law, I have again made application for permission to carry on my proposed improvements, and in the event of refusal, am determined to go a-head in defiance of the Government. My nil is invested in the undertaking, and to struggle on as at present is not in accordance with my wishes. Submitting the foregoing facts' at something to guido you in conveying it to the...

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COPY OF REPLY. Department of Public Works, Sydney. 12th May. 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

Cory of Reply. Department of I'ublii: Works, Sydney. 12th May. 1SG0. Sir— In acknowledging the receipt of your letter of the 30th ultimo, requesting permission for the construction of a wharf on the edge of the flat to the eastward of ltullock Island in the harhour of Newcastle, I am directed by the secretary for public works to inform you, that your appli cation nuut remain over, with others of a similar nature, until special legislation on the whole subject of whnrl'age accommodation is made. — I have the honour to he, sir, your most obedient servant, 1). If. MAKTINDALE. In August, I8.r-9, I expended a considerable sum of money in boring for coal at Iroubark Hill, near Hexham, and made application to Government for permission to work the land adjoining my property on which I wat then boring, on a lease, at per ton royalty, or otherwiio ; and bearing in mind that the Government had let on lease for such purposes, large blocks of land for a mere trifle, and since then those leases h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

! OUR MOT OF PRICES ! SHOW ROOM. . T ADIES' fashionable Mantles, 9s. 6d., 12s. Gd., JLJ 15b., 21s., and '30s. Ladies' fashionable Velvet Mantles. 42s., 453,, 50s., and GOs. Ladies' Black Silk Mantles, 12s. Od.. 17s., 21s., and -'' 25s. f /-- Ladies' tnmined Felt Hats, 1 2s., 15s^JnT_Is. Children's ditto ditto, 8s. 6d., 10s. « and. 12s. Gd. | Ladies' Winsey Skirts, 7s. 9d.. 15s. Gd., 21s.. and 30s. Ladies' fashionable Bonnets, Os. Od., 9s., 12s. Gd., and 21s Ladies' Underclothing, in great variety Children's Cloth Mantles 5s. Gd., 8s. Gd., nnd 12s.0d. Children's Black Silk Mantles, 5s. Gd., Us., and 12s. Also, a great variety of Perfumery. Vjdrapery. %aajcs'fashionabl(/ Dresses, 12s. 0d.(/7s./!r, 21s., ' and*50s. / - ? ?-?' French Merinos, all pure wool, 2syCd., 3s., 3s. Od., and 7s. Od. .' . / Wide width French twills, Is. per yard. Fashionable beaded hair nets ISlnck g'ace silks, 3s. Od., Is. Gd., and 5s. Gd. Colored flounced Silks Ribbons, Gloves, Collars, &c, &c. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

[„; riHE {NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE i*i L1 and Hunter River News. eBcot ¥.. ? Wli Ijg. PUBLISHED EVERY ?j Wednesday and Saturday. ' BOtfc |_: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : 8.(1. b'1 jiid in advance ? (Per Quarter). . C 6 ™* 'pUced to account .. .. .. ( ,, ? ).- 7 « W i ? Price for tingle numbers, 3d. ! : TERMS 01' ADVERTISING ! . fciir lines or under ? One Shilling. xltj fib! lines or over four ? Two Shillings. WMt ISre lines or over eight ? Three Shillings. mil jiecn liuci er over twelve .. .. .. Four Shillings. Santo ? For every additional line, two-pence. % ? A discount will be allowed on all advertisements, if in 'nit jirtjd according to the following scale, viz. : — htfi .. ( Four insertion ? 10 per cent. fttai ? _ Fight ditto ? 20 „ ill!,!; . Thirteen ditto (ene quarter) ... 30 „ j!n, : STEAM TO SYDNEY. ?JMii II jl The Australasian Slcam Navi im iniislfcs. gation Company's Steamers will leave. M IfJjMftj^' Moki'kth (calling at Newcastle), *p W^ during the ensuing month, as fallows : 3HIES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

MOREY'S HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Headaches, Bile, Loss of Appetite, & Lowness of Spirits. These Pills require no interruption of business or pica, sure, they act mildly on the bowels, strengthen the stonuieli, nnd promote a healthy action of the liver, whereby they purity the blood, cleanse the skin, brace the nerves, and invigorate the whole system. They eflect a truly wonder ful change in debilitated constitutions, as tiny crentu healthy nppetjte,. correct indigestisn, remove bile, giddi ness, henuuehes, and palpitation of the heart. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, langour, and nervousness generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or physical, the ell'ect of these Pillsis in the highest degree bracing, reno vating, and restorative. They drive from the system the morbid cause of disease ; re-establish the digestion, regulate all the secretions, brace the nervous system, raise the pati rnt's spirits, and bring back the frame to its pristine health nnd vigour. The...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 May 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — As a constant reader of your paper I had hoped that we bad heard the last of the Jttev. Mr. Chaucer's case, and, therefore, was sony to see your long article on the subject in last Wednesday's issue, but was far more sur prised to see such an injudicious attempt at reply by Mr. C. W. Williams. How you must have enjoyed the fun of printing Mr. Williams' corroboration of all your statements that he chooses to refer to, namely, the obtaining of signa. tures under false pretences, and of inducing some to sign on blank sheets. Now the petition read by Mr. Reid at the meeting at the court-house, recommended a. total re mission of the sentence on the ground of Mr. Chaucer's alleged innocence. This, then,- was the object of the peti. tion. How did Mr. Williams obtain his portion of the sig. natures .' Why, by telling people that it was only a miti gation that was sought Hear his own words :—' They were all (the number being 198) given to under...

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