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NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 May 1861

NEWCASTLE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. Pursuant to advertisement, the members of this corps met on Friday evening last, to ballot for the non-commis- sioned officers. Captain M'Pherson presided. The president opened the business of the meeting, and after an address in which he gave a general review on the conduct and management of the corps, he called upon some member present to the amount of subscrip-     tion of each member towards the band fund, when it was proposed and seconded ' That the amount of subscription from the artillery corps to the band fund be as follows ; — Gunners, 6d.; non-commissioned officers, 9d. ; commis- sioned officers, 1s. per week.' Carried unanimously. Before proceeding to the ballot for the serjeants, Mr. Langham proposed, and Mr. Burrowes seconded 'That any party defeated as a candidate for a superior office, shall not be allowed to contest an inferior one.' This was op- posed by Mr. Wyse and Mr. Wade, and the motion being put, was not...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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REV. WILLIAM CHAUCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 May 1861

REV. WILLIAM CHAUCER. (From the Empire, May I.) Notwithstanding the surprise and apparent disappointment expressed by some of the quiet folk who dislike all agitation, and had rather see a just complaint allowed to die away in silence than have the public mind harassed by a per- petual repetition of the pleas of humanity and justice — the deep public sympathy with which the sufferings of Rev. W. Chaucer are regarded, and the unsatisfied doubts with which the rightoousness of his painful, crushing, and de- grading punishment is questioned, will find some way of utterance. A petition, hastily got up, as soon as the result of the trial became known in Sydney, and signed, without hesitation, by seven members of parliament, four ministers of religion, and several other well-known citizens, was first presented to his Excellency Colonel Kempt. Then there came a petition signed by 243 mombers and adherents of Mr. Chaucer's congregation at Pit Town and the neighbour- hood. Another, signed by...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 May 1861

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.   LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, MAY 3.   The Legislative Council met yesterday, at twenty-three minutes past four o'clock. Mr. Robertson laid on the table some papers, which were ordered to be printed. Mr. Hunt moved — ' That it be a resolution of this House that in any Bill for the regulation of immigration, provision should be made that im- migrants paying their own passages from Europe to this colony shall, in the purchase of land, be entitled to a remission in the price thereof to the full amount of the passage money so paid for themselves, their families, and their ser- vants. The motion not being seconded, fell to the ground. Mr. Docker presented a petition from certain inhabitants of Berrima, complaining of the way the law is administered by Judge Cary, and his conduct on the Bench, and moved the petition be received. After a brief discussion the motion was negatived, on the ground of informality. The Bill for the Enforceme...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 May 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, May 3. In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, the Speaker took the chair at 25 minutes past 3. In answer to questions, it was said by Minis ters that the Government were aware that the late floods had washed away the greater portion of the centre of Cook's River dam, and that tenders would be called for the repair of the dam, as soon as the Appropriation Bill was passed, and that it was the intention of the Government to introduce a resolution for the consideration of the Assembly, relative to the dismemberment of any portion of the colony, to-morrow (this day.) On the motion of Mr. Weekes, tho Public Works Loan Bill was read a second time, and passed through committee. The third reading was made an order of the day for this day. The house then went into committee for the further consideration of the Gold Fields' Bill. The remaining clauses were passed with slight amendments, one of the most important being the withdrawing of the power, originally inten...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 May 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. WRIT OF SUPERSEDEAS.--We understand that     his Excellency the Administrator of the Government,     with the advice of the Executive Council, has issued a writ of supersedeas, removing Mr. M. Lyons, of Mudgee, from the Commission of the Peace. An   advertisement which has appeared in the daily papers, and a copy of which is understood to have been officially forwarded to the Government, will probably furnish the clue to this decision. The fol- lowing is the advertisement: — ''I, Myles Hartte Lyons, of Mudgee, do hereby publicly declare that I have known Mrs. William Blacknan, senior, of' Mudgee, since my arrival in the district, and have no hesitation, in stating that no member of the com- munity is more generally and justly respected. I also publicly declare that a'l the statements I made to the Government in my letter of the 20th Decem- ber, 1859, reflecting on the character of Mrs. Black- man, ar...

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ANTIPODEAN NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 May 1861

ANTIPODEAN NEWCASTLE. The post brought to our table the other morning a queer-looking packet of papers, addressed to the ' Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle; Northumberland, London.' The inscription struck us as singular, and our surprise was not abated, when, on opening the packet, the headline ' The Newcastle Chronicle,' in antique letter, met our eye. ' Oh !'' said we, ' some antiquarian has been good enough to reprint a few copies of the Chronicle published in the last century, in order that the curious may see the doings of our forefathers, and contrast the press of that day with journalism in our own time.' Reference to the imprint, however, destroyed that idea, for strangely enough we found that one of those extraordinary Chronicles was ' Printed and published, by the Proprietors, H. M'Dicken and J. Baker, at the Chronicle General Printing Office, Bolton-street, on; Saturday, September 15, 1860 !' and casting our eye over the adjoining column, we saw the familiar signature ' ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 May 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS YANKEE SPECULATION.--A pedlar from Connecticut lately travelled through Virginia, shaking hands heartily with every one he met, whether they purchased or refused the merchandise. Directly it was discovered, that to every one with whom he had shaken the friendly hand, he had communicated the itch. Immediately after this discovery, ano- ther pedlar, his, partner, came along with a good stock of sovereign itch ointment. It is perhaps needless to say that he made large sales at a good per centage. OFFICE OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN PAPER. — The Rocky Mountain News is the leading newspaper of that gold region. A graceful festoon of revolvers hangs over the sanctum table, within reach of the editor, and three ominous-looking guns rest in the corner. Descending to the composing and press-room, is found each man quietly at work in his proper place, with "something that would   shoot" lying near him.   Jack the dyer, of Philadelphia, offers to accept the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS,' On the Premises of Dr. lnvin,^)arby Street. WILL SELL HY. rujfilC'~AUCTION, on* MJRfcUA-lff -M lStWMay, at 11 o'clock, at the premiaHlf Dir JJyin f^gjs-fcuv ng Newcastle), The wlfof of I&'lrWsEHOLl) FURNITURE and EFFtjfflS, all nearly new, nnd iu first-rate order.( Terms cash. SALE OF BOOKS, CHINA. BREAKFAST AND TEA SERVICE, St., &c. THIS~DAY. MR. i\. K. LOCIIHEAD Has received instructions from the Rev. J. Nlmmo, to ofl]jr/or.Ale,.4M!twcDn 70 and 80 volumes of that gcntleinnn'it nbrury, not put up to sale previously, and only solmnow to avoid heavy and expensive package. The* books will be on vim from eleven o'clock forenoon to one o'clock afterdson, and com prise, amongst^ hers, the following^ Stewart on St/Paul to/tho Romany Pearson on the Creed ; jVJpsheitn'jrEcQPsiastinjT History ; K Mot's Liberty 'JtLlSPf^ v/tmes j^I*Goutey'- Natural 1'hilosopra 2~Vojbmur; |ChambTWTN aturnl Philoso phy, 2 /onincs IjJ^iithTtJreeco (plates) ; Lidd...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. May 6.— William Richard Tress, late of Rinndrn, but now of Iiatliurst, auctioneer. Liabilities, ,£2254 10s. 5-1. ; assets, value of real property, £1050; of personal properly, £2S0 i outstanding debts, £205. Total, £2205. Deficit, £49 10s. 5d.— George Mortiinore, of Adelong Creek, farmer. Liabilities, £U-S \7s,; assets, value of real pro pert v, £200: of personal property, £u5» outstanding debts, £33' Is. lid. Total, £283 Is. lid. D«ciF£J» 15s. Ud. —Joseph Turton, of Hcxhnm, storeKccpot.jSLiabilitiGs, £172 Ws. i assets, value of real Dropeay, £Vtm; of perso nal property, £-H- i outstand!nr«bt(i/£7.- Total, £150. Deficit, £10 Ms. — Patrick TeiiRiof Ken t-streot, Sydnoy, publican. Liabilities, jQ15-- i assqn, vahieo^Arsnnal pro. -erty,£23j outstanding diMsjyfS lOa.imr Total, £133 0s. lid. Deficit, £20 [)s. luT^ I Maj-7. — Archibald Lamont, of Aludgec, storekeeper. Liabilities, £3153! assets, value offlrenl property (mort gaged for £3000) £(i()00, of po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

Hiilloway's Hills and Ointment. — House- hold Remedies. — Mothers nnd nurses would sparo themselves infinite nnxiety in case of nccMent or illness if thoy had always nl hand tlie neverf/iiling remedios prepaiied by Professor Hollowny. The wenknr sex, especially, may rely on their restorative powers, in all casscs of irregularity or suspension of tho fuiiotions peculiar to them. Thoy may bo used ndviiulngcously, under any circumstances of ill health, ns their pecti'iar property of purifying the blood must mllignto tho severity of any disease, whe ther recent or chronic, trifling or dnngorous. They nrc liauniloss, but at the same time effective, and act as alteratives, duobstrucnts, and tonics. For the nursery, and period of later youth, thc-e fine corroc tivp medicine are inestimable.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

A QUANTITY pf superior Cheese and Lucerne/ HAjfTor S/le./ \- tJ^Ly f isKORGE TULLY AND CO/ *? Newcastle, IQUi MayTlSCl. ? 1_ !T\ H E undersigned' arc purchasers of good Maixe J_ and first clas¥Lu^erne«nd Oaten Hay. ??-.„/ # / QEORGE TULLY AND CO. 7 Newcastle, IQfU^Iayi 186U'* ? ' ? _/ EO U S E 'S flf O T E'&,— The very be/t RumJ A 2s. 3d. per bottle. '^ / / ? /^C ' NOTICE! NOTldE! NOTICE! R BROWN, late of Oddfellows' Hall, and now ? at Dr. Irwin's residence (next ooon) will openTh'sDny, a splendid new stock of Drapery aud Fancy Goods. , - ,^ f n ,, , *v We shall be glad to seo our old friends aiuMiuito- ' mers, and they may defend on getting new and J choice goods at such prices as must secure their r future favours. P.S. — Please remember Dr. Irwin's Inte residence, next door to Oddfellows' Hall, Newcastle. LIGHT! LIGHT! LIGHT! JUST RECEIVED, a splendid assortment oP.the far-famed Kerosene Lamps, also Kerosene/ hhd ,? Paraffin Oil — inferior quality 7s. 0d., best ditto 9s. ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

S II f I» p 1 N G. AIIIIIVAI.S. May -).- Gazelle, l-ri|t, 17S, Uuki-r, from Nelson, N.JC. May 10.— IVnella, Mi-amcr, from Sydney. i-kpahtvhi:s, May !).— Relipcca, schooner, Souler, fur Sydney, wiililJVi tons coal. Anne and .lane, barque, Smith, Cur Adelaide, with 400 tons coal, 2 tons hacuu, and '?', Ions tnlhuv. May 10. — Fenella, steamer, for Oration. Vihili.i. srlion. Her, AdaniK, Tor Geeloiij;, with 1(JG tons coal, and - j eases oranges. 1'el, barque, Tliom [isod, fur Mi'lboiiriu-, nilh 110 Ions coal, .li-ssic, schooner, Law, for Melbourne, with llil) tons coal, l'rince Albeit, brig, Wills, fur Mdbuiiriii', with 120 tout; coal. May S. — Jane l.nrkliart, schooner, Howard, for Lnuu ceslon, with 120 ton-: coal. Atliol, schooner, Brown, lor Melbourne, with 310 tons coal. ClIASTIWIS OUTWARDS. May 8.— Petrel, Margaret and Mary, Ranper, H. M. Warfield, Nancy, liard's Legacy, Freak, and Cumbciland, for Sydney. May 9.— Shamrock, Pacific, and Margaret Klizabcth for Sydney. ? May 10.— Edwa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

STEAM TO SYDNEY. |i The Australasian Steam Navi JLJFsiL gation Company's Steamers will leave ItMlMB^. Morpetii (calling at Newcastle), ^gjgggB0P during the ensuing month, as fallows : TUESDAYS^* 1 rLLAtoNOf Captain Adams, FRIDAYs/yL »t» o'clock a.^. WKDNES&HfS A&Llaroy, captain Mulhall, SATURDa/s fj- at 8 o'clock a.m. 3E0RGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street. Newcastle, April 27, 1861. ^gJEAM-TlTG 'TAMAR.' THEWffijrelglJJJ 9re prepared lo arrange for aQvar^i^ESSELS of any description, at . For paniculars, apply to * GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., Scott-strect. Agents. ANTED, to CHARTER, vessels, froin 150 to ftSDfl^toi^rfor New Zealand aivj' Mel- lOURNE./FoKrafnmer n/rticulars,-a»ply to .'? ^Z^/ry GEORGE R. DIBBS &-J0- Nowcasth/ lsFMarch, J861. PATENT SLIP, STOCKTON.— The u^ JL - dersigned is prepared to take vessels upon the Slip (to rcAuiu^sixJiours for temporary repairs) and to launch tm?satuf^£ar TD per ton register, and Gd. per ton ntruaurai/T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

Sions of thr Flood, and the Ravages Com mitted.— During the last ten days, masses of driftwood, somo of it of immense size, havo been floated from up river into our harbour. Evon yetj as tho tide runs out, quan. titicsiof debris are brought.down, robbed from tho lands, in tho shape of fences and loose timber of all kinds, until our beach round, from tho foot of the old lighthouse to wards Nobhys, is covertd with this drift, and is being carted away by our bakers and others, for firewood, and looked upon by many as a Ood-send. At the same time, it bo trays the severity of the floods, and the amount of loss ana privation that must have been endured, whence theso Mti i's came,

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MESSRS. BINGLE AND CO. [copy.] (Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

MESSRS. BINGLE AND CO. fcopy.T . (Per favour of the Newcastle Cluronicle.) Gentlemen— It is with reluctance I address you and could wish it was on some mork agreeable subject, but! consider it my duty to inyself%id the shipping interest generally, to make you acquaint* (if not already bo) with the treatment I have received from the master of your tue 1st. i was ofl the port a whole afternoon, with my flag fly nit; , ii iigiu ea&i wiiiu aim neavy swell araggmg j just cleit of the breakers. The next day I asked Beechy 'how it vrn he did not come out for us ?' He replied : '? Why didn't you come in and fetch me.' 2nd. I was off the port, ship disabled, three of my crew laid up, artd skMfftf provisions He was requested to go out (atour-condilTW was known) and any extra charge guaranteed ; but n-V-JJ0ll not here argue the matter further than to-Mjr, liadTthe slightest idea she (the steamtug) would not come our. I would hare signalled to the Sydney steamer and lowcml my 'jolly boa...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

To (ht Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— Tho management of steam tugs at this port being a matter which aflccts the safety of shipping and tho inte rest of the port generally, perhaps you will allow mo space in your columns to show what has been, and still appears to he, the management of tho tug Lowestoft, about which so many complaints havo been made, but to no cfl'cct. My object is not to publish Any particular grievances or differ, mines hotu'pnn mvfinlf nnrl tlin mnslnr ni* numnrs nf tho Lowestoft, Although I havo not only.bccn;shamcfully used, but abused in the most beastly, disgusting, and threatening language by the master, from whom 1 certainly could not expect anything else ; but I did not expect that Messrs. Bingle and Co. would back him up in such conduct. I merely wish to 'show that tho present management is dctri. mental to the interests of the port, and on a footing degrad. ing alike to the namo of a merchant or gentleman. On Saturday morning [last, I arrived of...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

To tKt Editor of the Ncwcdttl&ChriiWfi. Sir-m*A{ one of many sufferers, permit mo\to expose, through thejhicdium of your columns, a?preatvw,rong we have experienced ft the bauds of the A. S. N. Company. I am glad (p find thatVniinis an independent paper, and will give lhsertioiffito aH-fTilvances, individual as well as public. The prour may viilllbc called tho fourth estate of the realm, and lookedjlp tl (£ present) with more than or. dinary interest and rcspecvAVith such a metlly and such squabbling going on at the head minrtors of two ol the re maining ones, we cannot look for law, order, or redress. We arrived in this city about ten days since, expecting tho company's steamer for Moreton Bny, to call as usual at this port, and not only this, but it was ad vertised to do so, and yet, to our dismay, when tho day arrived, it passed the port, nnd it has been again re peated. I shall not here enter into the legal consequences of such conduct, for that I have no doubt will be d...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

To lite Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sm — From a very long residence in this district, and from close observations as to the progress of the port of Newcastle, 1 have every reason to believe the present move ments of the people of Morpeth a good omen, and sufficient to stimulate the inhabitants of this— one of the most pro. inisinc scanorts in the southern hemisphere— to a little gentle exertion, for their own benefit. \Vc perceive by an article that appeared in the Chronicle of the Sth iuttant, that we have been so little energetic (in the absence/if tlie so-called vigijancc committea) to be up and'6tirring, that unless we patiently intend to witness the whold of the trade taken from us, we ought to act like men seeking after our own interests, and not as babes, having everything done by nurses. The people of Morpeth deserve credit for thfir energy and perseverance ; their conduct proves that no men .should he dairitcd having a good cause in hand, when they can attain the sam...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

V\ CORRESPONDENCE. Tht\uriters of time Idlers, of roitr.w, are alone respon. sills for tlie aniiments or fuels contained in them.

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FOR POSITIVE SALE. T. W. BOWDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 11 May 1861

FOR POSITIVE SALE. * T. W. BOWDEN Is favoured with instructions from John Morris, Esq., offi- - cial assignee in the estate of Mr. Joseph Sharp, to sell by auction, at the Land Sale Rooms, 423, George-street, Syd ney, on MONDAY the 17th, and TUESDAY the 18th 'Bay of June next, commencing each day at eleven o'clock precisely, on account of the numerous and important lots. GaT' It is impossible to condense into an advertisement anything like a full description of the respective lots, so that the auctioneer is compelled to give the merest outline, trusting it may be sufficient to enable persons resident in the neighbourhood, and those who may proceed from other parts of the colony to view aud select the land prior to the dav of sale. Lithographic Plans can be seen at the Rooms, and infor mation alfordcd as far as possible to all enquirers. Lot 1.— An allotment in North Grafton, containing half. ^*' an-acre, at the corner of Prince and Victoria streets, being lot I of section 11 on the ...

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