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PHRENOLOGY. MR. CAVANOUGH'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
PHRENOLOGY. MB. CAVANOUGH'S LECTURE. On Saturday evening last, Mr. Cavanough delivered the second of a series of lectures on the above inter esting and important subject, nnd, we regret, there wks^not a larger attendance to hear him. The ;ub jest of his discourse, on the present occasion, com prehended the character. amLscope of the moral sen timents m general, and of those peculiar to man in particular. First pointing out the- locality and posi tion of the various organs, he then gave a succinct account of their primary functions, . with occasional glances at their specific action, and in combination, inaki g such deductions and inferences from the facts us iiffoidcd a fuir and general elucidation of his sub ject. In directing attention to the group of organs which excHe in man individual or selfish tendencies, and more etofecjaijy o^that which produces self esteem, he cl\inWfSjor KsNimmcdiate countrymen a large endowment \f it, cojnparing them with the native Americans in their ch...
THE HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. (Compiled from the most authentic sources.) MARGARET CATCHPOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
TTTT? HIST0EY OF AUSTEAIIA. (Compiled from the most authentic sources.) MARGARET CATCHPOLE. The interruption which our elections have caused basprev.nted us giving to our reader, our weekly chapter on the HUlory of Australia. We now take up the subject, and here introduce a review of the life of one of the earliest arrivah, being no lrss than that of Margaret Catchpole,. who, both 'n Kneland and Now South Wales, occupied iheuni _ _ 1 _a. — — itmi nf har f Itni* Independently of tbe hisiory of her We being a re lation of facts, well known and authenticated by m.nv persons of the highest and lowest ranks, many ™f Shorn are yet living both in Suffolk -far native ice.Tnd Paframatta, Richmond, and Windsor, her adopted places of residence; it mcy be fairly sup ™*,A that verv instructive IcFsons mny be conveyed by th-m to many who may yet be unaware ot tue stern neces.ity ol early and religious instruction. It will be easily perceived that for the want of it our heroine, though of a natura...
CORONERS INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
CORONERS INQUESTS. An inqilKt, on view of,th\ body of Stephen Richason was held at the Unioir-IiiUj Honeysuckle Point, I the soroiier, It. C. Knaggs, Esq., on thu Wlh iustant, wh the lollowmg evidence was given: — ' _ Margaret Richardson said, the deceased, mv liusbni. left e house in the morning taking the float to thcrharf i lure lie was working ; I went to the jetty at Honenckle , nut, and seeing a bont at a distance with soinetliiiwhile j and as^iiirr%ur^^'go^^ni*3£i? any&ujfwas the mutter; Mr. Hums brought them to the beaili, and my husband's clothes were in it ; tbking deceasedwas at woik [at the Government wlinrf, I it his breakfet wilh my son nt the usual time ; my husld was uinvellycster day, and although lie had previous neks of 'dcspoidency, lie was not despondent yesterday, d was q^uite cheerful this morning ; he stated last cvcninliat he interned tak. ing his boat to the Government wh' this mornini ; when I told him not to take his hreakfashat I would send it | ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
IIolloway's Pills and Ointment.— Stomach and Kidneys.— Between thoRn two organs there ex Us a close nnd intimnto lebtion, which is demoi slrntod by the wasting which occurs in all diseases ir _.!.._ .1.. l.;.1nsii^ 'I'lin di.nrdcrod htoinlicll IS I often the firat index or renal irregularities. Hollo way's remcd'.o- usod ut that junctuio woull cut bljpft ma.w a serious nnd fntnl ottnuk. Thoy net with won derful effloacy on every organ of seoretion, but espe cinlly do they reguln'o tho stoinoch, Ivur, nnd kid neys in restoring their ho: llhy functions, ond casting out nny obstructions or impurities. It u noci-ssnry for tiio oiiitmont to be well rubbed over the uflected ports twice dully, win n it is absorbed, and much bur rneiil the purifying and salutary influenco of thepiU.
TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
TEMPERANCE ALLUM& Oi Tuesday evening, the uiual weekly nuefe. ace was held, the attendance .at which hu ft in; of late, in consequence, partly, of tiahi arractions prevalent at thin season, and th t« unfavourable state of , the *fcther. Coasidab hwever, the attendance ds the present occum rtly good, execrA JyerKaDsVaL'ne part ottttU ountenance at sO£) mwtingg is alwayiK*' iflucntial. \ ' «/ Mr. William Smith, on being called tflSi j ' pessed Jiis regret at the absence of an appoilii ' fr the evening, bnt congratulated the Eonetu [A gess it had already made, and the good which i £ te means of effecting in the immediate seU T* le could bear his testimony of caBes within^, ,. llge, in which its influence had been moct t& ? ?claiming the inveterate drunkard, and ofti V pod impression it had produced on the mini* ',' et brought within its pale. In the absence o(ll le would suggest that the question of orginai ie brought under consideration, and form the t - ?- ussion for ...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
, ? — ? ' — COLONIAL EXTRACTS. A preliminary meeting of lads under 1G years of age was held in the Assembly Rooms, at 8 _oc ok on lT.un.day evening la.t, for the purpose °f obtain ng the tames of those willing to be drilled as future membersof the « Orafton Rifle Corp..' Afterwveral youngsters had given in their s.gna ure, it was moved 1 .«-.__/- ? : „!..„„ *nA copniwlpd bv Master V m- cent-' That a meeting should be called for Tues day evening, in the Assembly Rooms, at 8 ..clock. This whs carried, and the meeting adjourned.— Cla- rence and Richmond Examiner. New Coal Mine.— Messrs. Walker and Taylor have discovered a very fine seam Of coal on the pro perty of the Osbo.ne family, just above Russell Vale, [he seat of F. P Macabe, Esq., J.P. The .earn » about eight feet in depth, and the coal is obviously of excellent quality. Messrs. Taylor and. W.. lker are * * i_ _t ? :_. .. ? n** hi»ihni* nnn in oilier wre hard at worn, ciuuimj: »»»; '?«-**.. ....- - . liminary operations. The pl...
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 — 19 January 1861
CORRESPONDENCE. ? The writers of these letters, of course, are alone respon sible /or the sentiments or facts contained in them. (To cfce Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle.) Sir— I think the tune has now arrived when the people .of Maitland. East and West, and the city of Newcastle, And in fact the towns throughout the colony of New South 'Wales, should enquire of each other, 'what are we to do 'Win »-?? yaiillw, bf!*h »!*!-» ntvl female, who uro rapidly in creasing ana rising among us ; now are mey to earn tneir bread!' Seeing we have no manufactures or other steady .employment, either as skilled or unskilled labour, how are these children to be fed and clothed, saying nothing about education ? If they are to be paupers, where are our poor houses or nuneries, and where the poor rates and guar dians, where there is not sufficient employment now for the , adult population in the colony, Manv honest, industrious .parents, not knowing how to procure the necessaries of life for their yo...
FAREWELL ADDRESS TO CAPTAIN MARTINDALE, RE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
— ? ? — ? ? — FAREWELL ADDRESS TO CAPTAIN JIAItTXNDALE, RE. Shortly before proceeding on board the1 ship La Hogue, on.Tuosday afternoon, the following ad dress was presented to captain Martindale. 1 he signatures to ihe address included the names, not only of tho present, and of previous governments, and of tbe acting chief justice, but of a number of gentlemen of tbe highest position and influ ence In tike colony. New Sou h Wales, Sydney, llth January, 1861. To Captain B. H. Martindale, R. E., Under Secre tary for Public Works. Commissioner for Internal Communication, &c, &c. Sir1— We, the undersigned colonists of New South Wales, having learnt with regret your withdrawal from the public service and intended departure tor Europe, desire before you leave to express our sense of the many benefits that have accrued to the colony from the zeal, scientific knowledge, and practical ability which you have brought to bear on the vast On your arrival in. the colony railway c...
To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. voir— i was about to bring before your readers a small ? E£r 'lat *nthnatoly concerned them, but iny attention has 'IjPsttracted by two communications in your issue of last ' v4*™«y. so much so. that I cannot hcln noticine them, Vtough, perhaps, at the expense of bursting wy boiler from ' ,'%'on-ventilation of the small matter alluded to. ? ,. i«o first to which I ttUl allude is that purporting to bo Bigoea by twelve Bhipwrtohts. Before entering upon its ..morili, permit mo to say that it bears strong internal evi Ue,n.c* of emanating from the 'Tooly. street' of Newcastle, winch, I may mention for tho benefit of thuso who do not «now of iu whereabouts, is hard by the railway crossing, opposite tho market-square, and whore, as in the old pountry, a few are very spt, and very often do, put them, gehes up as the peoplo of New South Wales, after tho lasmon of these knights of the needle, who put themselves tip as 'we, the public of England.' Fir...
THE LAW OF LIBEL LIBELLOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
THE LAW OF LIBEL LIBELLOUS. The actual law of libel is one of the most univholesome of all the laws by which society is tormented. The law of libel regards, solely, the interests of the individual;' \mtirely ignoring regard for the interests of the common weal. Everyone is forbidden to blame anvone— however justly, .even though it should be for the good of all. While every , one is permitted to praise anyone—however unjustly— even ' although it should be for the evil of all. ? October 30, 1859. Colonel II. Clinton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
Steam to Sydney. ! \. '?. . — : , \ .? FiiE Australasian Steam Nan ration Company's Steamers will leiye ^orpeth- (calling at NewcastlI), mtil further notice. . ; ^) lLLA£8jft-^avAa'm Addann , ? , f ilyr oj#ock a.m. * ? \ Coi,L-nioY, Captain Mulhali ' ? f at 7 o'clock a.m. 3EORGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street; fanuary 4, 1861. ? |_ |M TO TWOFOLD BAY. -j SilEST POET TO KIANDRA. Steamers leave the Australasia Steam Navigation Company's VVIiai ?Sydney, for EDEN, TWOFOLi 'BAY. Twice a Week. .. |»GLU©ING:P^O VISIONS), 80s. -t) Eden, theae ayf sesrfrm capital inns nj tich £-Wre J»fin j*V)?taiiie(l at Sydny Bes oroccQ^nmodmBn, at easy stages, !l iandra. ' ? ? ? ,j D, to PURCHASE, a Ketch, to c y ? (40) tons dead weight/; when load! : over sht^tdoty Eor owttSUlars, apjr Scott. and ISolton streets, Newcastle. ID, on CHARTER/ vessels for the fo ng ports—- . jfp f ydney, Meroauure, Adelaide, nndz-No^Cealiuffk' i m 'to v^V T_/2 ?« (yEORGft JpjlLY & CO., Sc^n and Bolton str...
THE WALLSEND RAILWAY AND THE SUCCESS OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
THE WALLSEND RAILWAY AND THE SUCCESS OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE. We may congratulate theWallsOHd company on the completion of this their l\e\f 'V^iil? way, and the public — as railway prbprietors*— - on the addition of this valuable auxiliary to their grand trunk line— ^the Great Northern. The Wallsend forms a junction with the Great Northern at about the 4$ mile post from Newcastle; and of which it must, ulti mately, constitute a most important branch, opening up, as it does, the extcnsiv^oal fields lying to the west of Newcastle. Tpftis line was, commenced about nine months ago, by the Wallsend Coal Company, and carried out by Mr. Geo. Handle, the contractor, under more than ordinary difficulties, occasioned by the immense rain-fall during the season, ana swampy nature of the country through which it passes. Messrs.Weaver and Kemp, of Syd ney, were the consulting engineers, and Mr. J. L. Morgan, the resident engineer, under whose more immediate superintendence .the works have been .con...
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
SHIPTING. ARRLVAL8. . ?Jao.'12.A^pirit of the North, barque, 071, Wise, from Syaney.vi ?'??*» ? ? Jan. 14^- Jfatador, barque, 249, Lovet, from Melbourne. .Heather Bell.^ig.M'JJaohern, from Melkoume. Natal, barque, 178, M'SjiiBk rsortVMclbourne. Drover, brig, 174, Patten, from (Jeelobl^ Yrfbce ''?Albert, brig, 98, Aldred, , 'from Melbourne. Douglas, schooner, 93, Mcarns, from J Melbourne. Pearl, schooner, 146, Faller, from Melbourne. Macclesfield, schooner, 1)3, Ross, from Melbourne. Vice roy, schooner, 166, Nicolson, from Melbourne. Robert and Betsy, schooner, 140, Deal, from Melbourne. Sea Nymph,,brig, 173, Morrison, from Melbourne. Tyra, brig, 27-J, Macfelland, from Melbourne. ? Jan. 15^^VilIiarriI-^Jillk.brig, 109, Leneven, from Gee. long. Faya&ay, brig,'il)7i Walker, from Melbourne. Jan. 17. — Mary Anne, schooner, 138, Greig, from Mel. f . bourne. Yarra Yarra, Bteamer, from Sydney. Jan. 18. — Grafton, steamer, from Sydney, DEPARTURES. » Jan. 12. — Laertes, Hamburg barque...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
L-»rd Enfield's Advice to Parmawentaut Talkbrh and Reportbrs.— At the dinner which followed the annual show of the South~we»t Middle sex Agricultural Society, nt Longford, on Saturday, Lord Enfield, in. apknowiedgi-ig the toast of the county members, said :— ' I look upon the House of Commons not as an arena for the display of personal ranity, and to bring men's names prominently for ward that their conotiluent-i mny any, ' Oar member spoke 178 time* last session' — (laughter)— but for the 'discharge of public business and the passing of good measures, end to g'.ve constituents an opportunity of sayinp, ' Sco how many good measures have been p«bS'd, which, according to the divisions, our mem bers have nsiieled in carrying.' (Hear, hear.) I wish tho country gentlemen of England to belong to that class; and when I consider it is composed of the Wilson Pattens, the Mileaes, the Trollopes, the Hen* leys, the Barngs, and tbe Ellinen, who talk but little, and are looked up to as authoriti...
ARRIVAL OF THE "SALSETTE." [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE 'SALSETTE.' The P. and O. S.'SnlEctto (arrived ut King George's Sound on the Stli instant, with the following passengers lor Sydney: — Cnptain Dunn and two children, Captain Dclnign, Dr. Squire, Messrs. Dalzclle, Cardwell, Swinny, Donaldson, Anderson, Marshall, Morres, and Warrington, Cnptain Watson, Staff-Surgeon Bartley, Mr. and Mrs.Cook and family, Mr. and Mrs.Uhnley. Tlie L'rinuu of Wales has returned to JOnglanu. Great anxiety was felt owing to his prntrnutml passage. Prince Alfred landed at Plymouth from tho Capo on the Oth November. Au important despatch, in tho interest of Italian indo. pendenco, hns been published by Lord John Russell, which lias given great satisfaction. 'J'lie Kmprcss Eugenie, Incognito, is in Scotland, The Young Empress of Austria ut Plymouth, «n route to Madeira. ? ? Tho British Legion in Italy hns come to grief; inofH. cicnlly commanded, it is disorganised and inciting away. Champion's belt contested for, on the 6th November, by Tom Padd...
Newcastle Police. SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M. Mr. Ranclaud, J.P. and Mr. Hannell, J.p.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
TtciDMoUc police. aaiutiuAX. (Heiore Air. Scott, V. M., Mr. Bauclaud, J. P., and Mr. Hannell, J.P.) John Ward, labourer, was fined 40s., or 48 hours in the cells, for being drunk and disorderly at the railway station, Honeysuckle Point, on the !Hh instant. George Taylor, carpenter, was again brought up on re mand, charged with having violently assaulted his wife on the 2nd instant, the hearing of the case being again post poned for eight days, for further evidence. Mary Margaret Cordial, dressmaker, was summoned to answer the charge of having committed an assault on Mrs. Catherine Webb, on the 4th instant, but, after hearing cvi. deuce, the case was dismissed. W. II. Why to, butcher, was fined 5s., for suffering two cows to stray in the streets, on the Oth instant. Margaret Aitkin, wife of Alexander Aitkin, was before the court as a dangerous lunatic, and was ordered to be forwarded to Maitland gaol as a dangerous lunatic. MONDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) Thomas Long, seaman, was br...
Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING 11TH JANUART, 1861:— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
(Ernurt af Coal. Week ending 11th January. J86I : — A. A. Company. — Sydney, 854 tons ; Melbourne, 1039 tons ; Tasmania, 102 tons ; foreign ports, 471 tons. Total, 2466 tons. C. and C. Company.— Sydney, 561 tons; Melbourne.. 250 tons; Geclong, ISO tons; Adelaide, 1253 tons;' New Zealand, IS'i tons ; steamers, 127 tons. Total, 2503 tom. Newcastle District Court. — It may he as well to apprise those interested, that the next Distriot Court will be holden at Newcastle, o i the 31st January instant. Police Court Poor Box. — The collections-for three weeks, ending the 18th January instant, (.mounted to 8a. 9Jd., during which period two blind paupers were forwarded to Sydney.
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861
ITALY. Trrt Neapolitan revolution is vreH tirgh consnram&ted« The Bourbon troops have been defeated in several engage, meats, and many thousands of prisoners taken. Capua wo* bombarded Add surrendered on the 2nd. 11,000 soldier* capitulated after * battle on the Garigliana. 16,000 Boar, bom, beiiiff hard pressed by the Sardinians, crossed into the Papal territory, when they were disarmed. Francis 11., who has lost au except ouuu men, wui remain in Gaets, but 'his departure is hourly hoped for. He has broken a blood vessel. His royal relatives and the foreiga ambassadors have left. France has interdicted bombard, nient by sea— «n act of interference which lias caused CrfUah irritation. Victor Emanuel entered Naples on tbe 7th, when tha result of the national rote was presented to him by the Provincial Government, four days later. Garibaldi has retired to Caprera, his island Home. Great indignation is felt at the treatment of the great liberator and his volunteers, who hare be...