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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

!' ? ' . ? ~ Y ? Newcastle :— Printed and 'publiihcd by tho Propriety ? H. M'DiaKEHand J.Bakeb, at tho ?Chrmty1 General Printing Offloe, Bolton.ttroot. WednHtf-i. May 15,1861, f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

The Mint.— The amount of gold coin issned by the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint, during the week ended May IOth, has been 40,000 sovereigns. The quantity of gold dust imported into the same establishment during the week, for the purpose of coinage, has been 8,090 ounces.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

STEAM TO SYDNEY. iv I'i The Australasian Steam Navi ??iljHB L^ ga&mjlrjinpany 's Steamers will leav ''JSHSF^ McSnjETrtf (calling at Newcastle) (iljisfi^^ during tUe ensuing month, as fallojrs TUESDAYS &£Mt/&LyCaptain Adams', FRIDATS / O*0'010*8'111; ;ffEDNESDAYs/CotLARoyi Captain jLhall, SATURDAYS J at 8 o'clock a.ft^ 1 ,, 3E0RGE It. DIBBS & CD., .' -v Agents, Scott-street. Newcastle,. April 27. 1801. ? ? STEAM - TUG 'TAMAR.' THE undersigned are ? prepared to -arrange foi TOWING VESSELS of nny description, a tt^onsble rates. -y- p '^'N/ for particulars, o/nli/to/C/ y T^v «eaftGKL«iBBs & co(, ^* Sebtt-street. __£_+ Agents. TTTANTED, toifrlARTEtt, vessels, from 150 tc YV 300 tons/fWf jQwyZEALAND and Mel ioi'bke. Forffitttlyr wirtijiular'i, apply to ' /GEORGE R. DIBBS|fc-JO. Newcastle, 1st March, 1801. ' Datent slip, Stockton.— The uTi' JL deriigned iajjre^roa to take vessels upon the Slip (to remain six niftrs«or^mporary,.j;(-jaifs) and 0 launch...

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 — 15 May 1861

* To (he Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. \ g|R ? Observing in your issue ot last Saturday, Jiro letters— one signed a 'Shipmaster,' and the ?ether by WillUm Morrison — we do not feel inclined ? \b\tt them pass without a few words of explanation. -r'Tbe 'Shipmaster' complains of tlie tug Lowestoft ?Mowing a vessel to lay two days with her flag flying or a steamooat. mis ?» « i«ki« »»' «»y : omuc ?'feryibort time since, the steamer-went out to this ;: vtrysame s-.hooner to bring her in from sea, and the muter would not have her. One of our rules for ' the management of the boat is, thnt where regular cuitomers tequire her services, irregular — or rather -tbow who make a convenience of us — have to wait until it suits our convenience to take them, and this « intend to carry out. On these two particular d»y« the boat had plenty of work to do. . With re rard to Mr. William Morrison's production: In his int letter of the 2lst October last, he says that he jtm off the port fliig-flying,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

rpilE NEWCASTLE ClUWNWLis -'- and Hunter llioer New*, , , runusuKD Evtnv ? ? ' WEDNTE&DA.Y and. SATURDAY. TDRMS OP IIIIIISCIIIDTION : .1.(1. If pniil in advance ? .. (Pur Quarter)..- 8 li-' ' If jilutii'ri to niutouut ? ( ,, ),, 7' tii Price fur single number.!, 3d. ., , ; TUHMS OF A'DVGKTI.NINO .- ? ' ' '. ? ' ' , four lines 01 under .. ;, .; .. ;, Ouu Shilling, ' Right lines or ovui- four . . . , ... . . ' Two SliiUinga.' ' Twelve liuui or over eight '., .. .. Three Shilling?. . Sixteen Unas or over twelve ..'.. ., 1'onr Sliilling'- , . , for every additional line, two-jiciioc. .;'- A dincouiit will be allowed on nil mlvertlai'inents, if inV sertcil (icotinliiiB to the I'ulluwlnit sunlo, via. t — .' Four insertions ? 10 ]-or cent, ' . . l'ixht ditto ? 20 „ . ? Thii -ibi'u ditto (one quuitai). ,. 30 „' *' n.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

, Foil Public Infoiihation, it is made knnwn that notices of application fur H linkers' nud Pedlars' Licenses, must bo given to the Clerk of Petty Sessions, on or before Tuesday, the 21st day of May, instant. On Tuesday, 16th June, the justices tncot for tho special purpose of taking into consideration applications for hawkers' anil pedlars li cones. Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Amputa tion. Abolished. — Surgery is sometimes too ready with the knife, which can never be necessary except iu severe accidents. Por all constitutional cliaenscs aflectinR any portion of the human body, Holloway's ointment nnd pills nrc infallible (specifics, which supersede tho use of the knife. In mnny tlespernte cases theats i\ie»tiinal)lc ^)rcpar^tiolta ha»o worked .wonders butlt in hospitul and' privatu ptuuticu. In nil tumors, cancers, diteuscs of the bones, ukers, and bitd Iors, n trinKvill prove their meiits, which patients have acknowledge with unfeigned gratitude. The Pills putiiy the blood and...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

To the Editor o/W Newcastle Chronicle. Sjiv — Permit me, through the medium of your valuable paper, to expose, the doings of one of our aspiring men at Minmi, wbom I shall designate No. 2 overseer, and of whom, J^iiust confess, 1 expected better things, though others)-, bolter acquainted with his character, did not think sb highly ot him. I am sorry to say their misgivingi are now being deve-' loped as tangible realities, lirjhat part of the works over which ho superintends, a dispute has arisen as to the 'pi ice per yard.' White the employer an -1 ? the men arc disciming the mailer, thin would-be great man steps in as inediaW,Wd with- all the authority imaginable, decl«es*VlH8 the jr^ei* :slml- have no more than the pVjtavSferndY.wlth bii sanc tion. !' I suppose wc'jWiS^etnBoii'tlA petty' official ere we can realise our nrJHkkP^liaprvre may,, if- lie will favour ub with 'Mb mlnws^VAndUicr instance of his well-doing is exe\rrpliJMl it); Iiis pourtrnying to his employer the charncWrm...

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CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. I The uriterf -tf these letters, of course, are atone reipoir \ siblc fur the sentiments or facts contained in them. v j . ..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

BIRTH.     On the 9th May, at King-street, Newcastle, Mrs. J. R. Fox, of a daughter. DEATH. On the 9th instant, at Malanhoff House, Newcastle, Edward, eldest twin son of Rev. Gainford, aged 13 weeks.           The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1861.

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MAILS BY THE BENARES. General Post Office, 8th May, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

MAILS BY THE BENARES.   General Post Office, 8th May, 1861.       The mails by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navi- gation Company's steamer BEN A RES, will be made up at this office on Wednesday, 22nd instant at 9 am., for all letters not addressed to the United Kingdom, and at 11 a.m. for all letters so addressed. Newspapers must be posted one hour before the letters, i.e. at 8 and 10 a.m. respectively. The following mails will be despatched, viz. :— To the United Kingdom, via Marseilles and via Southampton. To France and other Continental States (in a closed mail to France). To the Northern Countries of Europe, when mark- ed via Trieste. To Melbourne, Tasmania, Adelaide, Western Australia, Mauritius, Suez, Alexandria, Malta, Aden, Madras, Calcutta, Bombay, Ceylon, Batavia, Singapore, Manila, China, the Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena. Registered letters not addressed to the United Kingdom will not be received after 4 p.m., ...

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THE REV. MR. CHAUCER'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

THE REV. MR. CHAUCER'S CASE. The case of this rev. delinquent has again been obtruded ou public notice, and before the Legislative Assembly, by that worthy of such a cause— Mr.Buchanan.   There is an old and trite saying — ' that the more certain matter is stirred the worse it will stink' — und if ever there was a case in which the truth of this axiom was verified, this is one of them. It is a strange infatu- ation---and not a very respectable one--that induces men not only to believe a lie, but to incur any amount of shame and defilement in its propagation, especially if that lie has a sacerdotal charm about it, to which the propagation may appeal, and over and anon aver that it is derived from the mouth of the servant of God, who is the source of all truth, as well as of righteousness. Mr. Buchanan had told the House he had visited the pious martyr in his prison cell, and that the holy man had told him with his reverend lips, every circumstance, from which he (Mr. Buc...

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COURT. The District Court was opened on Tuesday the 2nd May, but was compelled to be adjourned to the following Thurs- day, in consequence of the absence of His Honor Judge Owen, who, we regret to hear, is bar-bound in the Grafton River, The court was opened on Thursday, by his Honor Judge Murray, and was again adjourned to the following; Saturday, to enable his Honor to attend the Maitland assizes. The following barristers and attorneys were pre- sent :— J. Wild, Ellis, Simpson, Chambers, Briggs, Brown, and Norton, Esquires. There were a preat number of cases (33 in all) on the list, the great majority of which were un- defended. One of the most important cases were S. STEELE v. JOHN SMITH. This was an action brought by the Bailiff (Mr. Samuel Steele) against Mr. John Smith, upon a guarantee to hold the plain till harmless from all costs upon proceeding to sell upon an illegal secure. The plaint is very long and spe- cial, we therefore give it in full :— ' The pl...

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MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. THE MAITLAND BANK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. (Abridged from the Maitland Mercury, May 11.) THE MAITLAND BANK ROBBERY.     At the Maitland Quarter Sessions, on Friday last, Ed- ward Swire wan indicted for that he, being before a clerk in the said Bank of New South Wales, and whilst a clerk in the said Bank, feloniously stole, took, and carried away certain money, to the amount of £1800, the property of the said Bank of New South Wales, at Maitland, on the 10th September, 1860. Under a second count he was charged with feloniously stealing, on the same day, the same sum, the property of the said Bank; and under a third count he was charged with feloniously stealing, on the same day, the     property of John Morris in Saunders. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Faucett, Mr. Wild, and Mr. Simpson; attorney, Mr. Mullen. Mr. Chambers, as Crown Prosecutor, said that, in con- sequence of something occurring in March last, an investi- g...

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EAST MAITLAND DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

EAST MAITLAND DISTRICT COUItT. This Court opened on Monday, before Charles Knight Murray, Esq. Mr. Fenwick read the com-   mission authorising his Honor to act as Deputy Chairman of the District Court, during the absence of Robert Owen, Esq. The short and undefended cases were first disposed of, in which no point of in- terest arose. BARNARD AND OTHERS V. WOODS.--This was     an action brought by the trustees in the assigned estate of Douglass and Cooper, of East Maitland, for goods sold and delivered to the defendant, in the year 1855. Mr. O'Meagher appeared for the plaintiffs, and stated that he should be satisfied with the evidence of the defendant, who admitted owing 8s. 6d., which sum had been paid into court, but denied all knowledge of having received the - other goods mentioned in the bill. Verdict for the plain- tiffs, for the amount paid into Court, Mr. Brown appeared for defendant.       &am...

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Newcastle Police. SATURDAY, MAY 11. (Before Mr.Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

Newcastle Police.           SATURDAY, MAY 11.   ( Before Mr. Scott. P.M.) William Murphy, dealer, was again brought up on re- mand, to answer the charge of rape, alleged against him by one Agnes Lumsdaine, and was again remanded for the production of further evidence. Robert Henry Tighe, town clerk. William Nich0l, clerk, and James Ryan, seaman, surrendered to their bail and appeared to answer the charge of assault committed on the night of the 7th instant, on the person of Mary Ann Mason. The case was again postponed in consequence of the ab- sence of a second magistrate. MONDAY, MAY 13. ( Before Mr. Scott, P.M., and Mr. Boswell. J.P) William Murphy. dealer, was again brought up on re- mand, charged with having committed a rape on the person of one Agnes Lumsdaine, and the following is a summary of the evidence in the case in the course of the various ex- animations : — Agnes Lumsdaine, a young girl of ab...

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THE CORPORATION BY-LAWS AND THE SUSPENSION OF THE STANDING ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

THE CORPORATION BY-LAWS AND THE SUSPEN- SION OF THE STANDING ORDERS. A MEMORIAL of which the subjoined is a copy, has   been in course of signature for some fifteen or twenty   days, and from appearances, the object sought seems to have been abandoned by the promoters. The   copy which came into our possession had a list of signatures attached, headed by the names if two who are magistrates of the territory, as well as of   the municipality. From enquiry, we have been un-   able to ascertain who are the promoters, and there- fore adopt this method of reminding them that their   task, which is a public, and, we may add, an impor- tant one, remains uncompleted. And at the same time we may be permitted to remark, that the man-   ner in which this very important matter has been   dealt with, deserves rebuke. We say this without knowing — or indeed caring — who the promoters may &a...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

MAITLAND. (From the Mercury.)   DUNGOG.--As to flood news, I have very little to     add to my report of the 29th int. I hear of several parties losing working bullocks, the animals being   caught on the low lands and washed away. As for fences, all are nearly carried off and knocked to pieces. Nothing is to be seen of the Wiry Gully Hill yet, although the waters have far gone down; the water-wheel alone seems to show in its place. At Bendolba the flood was six feet higher than at the flood of 1857 ; at Dungog not two inches difference ;   at Thalaba, six miles down, not within two feet ; at Brookfield, not within six feet ; and at Clarence   town, I am told not within 8 or 10 feet. How the apparent decline of water down the river was ??, I am not able to explain. WOLLOMBI.--On correspondent at Wollombi, un-     der date May 6, writes :- Very many are now engaged repairing damages...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

AN IMPREGNABLE SHIP.--Mr. White, M.P., in     the course of a speech at Plymouth, said that he had some conversation with Mr. Whitworth, who assured him that he could build a ship impregnable against any guns — a ship perfectly unsmashable by fire -arms, which ship could be taken within six miles   of a fort, and thence pour into it molten iron at dis- cretion.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. REAL PROPERTY.--Messrs. Mort and Co. sold     yesterday, by auction the lease of allotments in the Bishopthorpe estate, for ninety-nine years, at from £8 2s. 6d. to £19 12s. 6d. per annum. They have also sold privately, the one undivided sixth share of the Candle Estate, Manning River, for £2000 ; and the Tomago Colliery, near Newcastle. — Herald of Thursday. ANOTHER METEOR. — Last evening, about eight o'clock, says the Sandhurst Bee of the 17th, a falling star was observed, which was peculiar enough to attract considerable attention. It descended appa-   rently in a perpendicular position from the zenith, and when about 40 degrees from the horizon, burst into the most beautiful coruscations; it then ap- peared to drop some eight or ten degrees more, and again burst into a shower of small falling stars, which soon became imperceptible. In general ap- pearance it was not unlike a sky-rocket, and was,   for the tim...

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THE EXTRAORDINARY CLERICAL ASSAULT CASE AT CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 15 May 1861

THE EXTRAORDINARY CLERICAL ASSAULT CASE AT CAMBRIDGE. The main facts connected with the assault recently committed by the Rev. J. Summer Brockhurst, of Emanuel College, upon the Rev. Edward Dodd, Fellow of Magdalen College, and vicar of St. Giles's, Cambridge, have already been published. Since the oc- currence Mr. Dodd has brought the matter before the Vicc-Chancellor, who has brought the same forthwith under the cognizance of the University Court of the Sex Viri, before whom it came on for hearing on Saturday last in the Arts School. Mr. Dodd, after some preliminary re- marks, read a letter of compliant he had addressed to the Vive-Chancellor as a basis or the proceedings :— ' Magdalen College, Saturday Jan. 28, 1861. ' Mr. Vice-Chancellor — As a resident mem- ber of this University I beg to draw your official attention to the fact that a violent personal assault, contrary to the peace and good order of the academic body, has. been recently committed upon me by another re- sident ...

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