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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

HOLLO WAY'S PILLS. J. Headaches, Bile, Loss of Appetite, & Lowncss of Sp Jal Tliefc Pills rccmire no interruption of butineii or f' ,r | sure, they not miltlly on the bowels, strengthen the itoici . and promote a healthy notion of the liver, whertbj Ii purily the blood, cleanse the skin, brace the nervev M invigorate the whole system. Tliey (?fleet .. truly *wh tn , ful ehiiii|-e in debilitated constitution*, ai tliey a iv healthy appetite, correct indigestisn, remove bile, (i ' ness, headaches, nnd palpitation of the heart. Weakness and Debility. Iu cases of debility, langour, and nervousnesi geurt by excess of any kind, whether mental or phyticil, fT elli-ct of these I'illsis in the highest degree bracinjt.J Q vatiiiR, and restorative. They drive from the lyttm ? morbid causuol disease ; re establish the digestion, rtp ., all the secretions, brace the nervous system, raise thi| ? jj' rnfs spirits, and bring back the frame to its prislintbi SI and vigour. They increase, the...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. May 25.— RAIN HOW, steamer, from Sydr.ev. May 25.— SEBIM, schooner, 111, Cowieson, from Mel. bourne. Captain, taunt. *., May 25,— JAMES PAXTON', schooner, 01, Davis, M/v^X; from Geelon*. \V. If. Whyte, agent. p. w May 25.— BENGAL, ba'rque, 479. Roels, from Svdney. S-7' May 25.-VENTURE, brig, 117, Francis, from Mel bourne. Captain, agent. May 25.— INDUS, barque, 363, M'Kinnon, from Mel. bourne. Genrce Tullyann Co., agents. May 25.— JUNO, Dutch-barqnc, *52, Nacolai, from Melbourne, ttiucle and Co, agents. May 25.-DEVA, brig, 244, O'Hagan, from Wellington, N.Z. Dingle and Co., agents. May 26.— PRINCE ARTHUR, barque, 420, Young, from Melbourne. Captain, agent. May 26.— JEANIE OSWALD, barque, 212, Davis, from Melbourne. W. H. Whytc, agent. May 27.— NOTION, schooner, 109, Croft, from Mel. bourne. Bingle and Co., agents. May 27.— ALMA, schooner, 133, Dowe, from. Mel bourne, liingle and Co., agents. May 27.-VALIANT, brig, 147, Brodie, from Mel bourne. George Tully and Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

EDUCATION.' MRS. F. E. DAVIES, (lato Miss Hobart), boo* to inform her friends and the publio that sli« has returned tho practice of her piofesxfon in Nsw ciiHtle, and is prepnred lo receive u limited numbtr of Young Ladies, as Boarders and Day Pupils, Tan us*. For Hoarders, from 10 to 12 Guineas per Quarter. Day Pupils, from 1J to 2J ditto ditto. - ' Music, French, Drawing, and Dancing, each I Guineas p--r quarter. 11 Redan House/1 i.ear th« OUeliik.

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. * NEW INSOLVENTS. On the petition of Jane Hillock, of Sydney, widow, a rule nisi was granted, returnable on the 31st May, requiring Rowan Ronald, of lUlmaiu, accountant, to show cause why his estate should not be sequestrated for the benefit of his creditors. On the petition of David Cohen and Co., Sydney, mor. chanjs, a rule nisi, was granted, returnable on the 7th June, requiring John Edwardv. Dargin, of liathurst, grazier, to show cause why his estate should not be sequestrated for the benefit of bis creditors. SCHEDULES FILED. .- May 23. * Richard Dransfiold, nf Braidwood, storekeeper. Lia bilities, £2016 1 ls.2Jd. Assets— value of personal property, £30. Outstanding debts, £1C5. Total, £195. Deficit, £18511 Is. 2Jd. John Uuiiton Watson, of Liverpool, surgeon. Liabilities, £375 10s. Oil. Assets— value of personal property, £53. Outstanding debts, £l(il 9s. 3d. Total, £2 1* 9s. 3d. Oc licit, £1(31 Is. (id. HoiAOWAY'S OlNTMRNT AND PiLLS.— BAD IiKOS.— When from inj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

todX STEAK -TOtt TABTAR.' aj- L ,, o ? Tub uaduf&ianed are prepared to ' MPJ JL&-^ arrangt^WTQjtfLNa VESSELS, boobi i^3BI-*^ of any jtfsjjrofpti^n^t reasonable rates. {Sat*rB3mr por particulars, apply to * v. GEORGE It. DIBBS & CO.,' *f. ? Srott-8feet- ? Agents. uB J '~~' STEAM TO SYDNEY. I i The Australasian Steam Nnvi '. fjuksflk, gation Comsany's Steamers will leave NQlIffl'ffl!^^ MoiflE*i /calling tat Newcastle), M X*miSB&^ durinWhe/ensuing month, as^ollows : stle, JrOESDAYS VlA^^ Captain .Adams, ^WEDNESDAYS WOLlARoyi Captain mi^ H SATURDAYS / at 8 o'clock a.m. UlA- GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., 7 Agents, Scott-strvet. inn il(, Newcastle, April 27, 1861. ? JJjr^ FOE SAN FRANCISCO. j »|j ? jr5S% The first-class clipper Ship ' MIDAS,' mwll ^SfilS. 10.00 tons burthen, daily expected in ITJ^-'MMp^ tm* Eort flom Melbourne, is laid on for j Zi .EaaZSafl San Francisco direct, and haft still a ' J fe» berths disengaged^ She will have tl/e utmost „,„. J ....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

BIRTHS.   On the 27th instant, at Watt-street, Newcastle, Mrs.   Peter Parlato, of a daughter. On the 26th instant, at her residence, Newcastle, Mrs. M. H. Kelly, of a daughter. DEATHS. At his residence, Liverpool-street East, Sydney, on   Saturday, the 25th May, W. Vandemeulen Wild, Esq., barrister-at-law, aged 27 years, highly and deservedly re- spected by all who knew him, as well for his legal acquire- ments as for his gentlemanly and courteous demeanour on all occasions. At his father's house, after a short illness, George Edwin, son of Mr. Charles Lloyd, of the Newcastle police, aged 15 months. The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1861.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 8 p.m. In the Legislative Council, captain Cole's motion for protection threatens a long debate. In the Assembly, the Mining Regulations Bill was brought in by Mr. Ireland. Mr. Loader announced that the whole of the immigration warrants had been taken up, and promised to explain the government intentions as early as possible, as to the dis- posal of the sum for single females. California papers to the 18th March report wheat at 1 dollar 95 cents for first samples; oats at 1 dollar 25 cents; barley at 1 dollar. The Robert, from California, brings passengers, and a cargo of 7642 bags oats, 1554 sacks barley. Arrived off Cape Otway— Flying Cloud, from London, Wednesday evening. Mr. Houston has been gazetted Commissioner of Rail- ways. He is likely to be keenly opposed. The Government intend to devote next Wednesday to the passing of a bill to abolish the Export Duty on Gold. Mr. Ireland has introduced into the Assembly, a bill to   &am...

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[From the Maitland Mercury's Correspondents.] SINGLETON. Friday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

[From the Maitland Mercury's Correspondents.] SINGLETON. Friday, 6.30 p.m. The bazaar is very successful. More than 500 people visited to-day. SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. The Governor reviewed the volunteers to-day, in the presence of Lady Young, and 20,000 spectators. Splendid weather, and everything successful. The levee was numerously attended. The royal prerogative of mercy has been exercised in favour of the Rev. W. Chaucer, who was released from Darlinghurst to-day. Sir John Young has consented to become patron of, and formally open, the Maitland School of Arts Exhibition, on June 10th. The Wallls's Creek railwny cuttinp; deputation have been promised by Government that the cutting shall be deepened two feet below watermark. Sydney, Monday, 4.12 p.m.   Nomination for East Sydney took place to-day. Forster, Neale, Fowler, Duigan, and Argent, were proposed. At- tendance, small, and little interest evinced in election. Forster obtained the show of hands. The Benares is de...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. SHEEP FOR NEW ZEALAND.— It is reported that Mr. White, of Jondaryan, Darling Downs, has en- tered into a contract to deliver 50,000 ewes for ship- ment to New Zealand within four months. As it seems that they cannot be shipped here, they are to be driven to Newcastle for that purpose, and in driving them this long journey, as is remarked, lies the chief difficulty of the contract. The price has not   transpired. — Herald's Brisbane correspondent. GOLD AT MOLONGLO. — Rumour, with her many tongues has forestalled us for once, and before we were prepared to give publicity to the fact, has suc- ceeded in making it pretty generally known that a discovery of gold has been made in Mr. Rutledge's paddock at Molonglo, which augurs well for the prosperity of the district. It would be superfluous now for us to relate the circumstances under which the discovery was made ; it is enough to say that the experiments which have been made in washing   show...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

?     In almost every country there is one particu- lar spot unanimously designated its ' gar- den,' and we believe the valley of the Hunter is the recognized and lawful owner of this proud appellation, as regards New South Wales. However begrudgingly the Universal   Mother may have bestowed her favours else where, she has bounteously and munificently, lavished her choicest gifts on this singularly luxuriant district, and those who derive health and subsistence from her soil can scarcely do aught but blame themselves for any privations or disappointments which may befal them, if they display, contempt for her goodness, or indifference to her liberality. Since we concluded our last remarks in re- ference to the advantages that we sincerely believed would accrue from the cultivation of the cotton tree by some of our enterpris- ing farmers, we have had the pleasure of pe- rusing an address by ' Robin Goodfellow' [Dr. F. Campbell] to the agricultur...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE council met on Monday evening, 27th instant. Pre- sent : HiS Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Bolton. Brown, Corlette, Fleming, Kemp, and Pratten— the City Surveyor officiating as clerk. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Alderman Buxton, in which he   resigned his office, retiring from the council.— TheMAYOR intimated that he would take the regular steps prescribed by the statute for filling up the vacancy in the council occasioned by this gentleman's resignation. Letters were read from Mr. W. H. Whyte, of Watt-street, Mr. John Garland, and Mr. E. Somers, of Blane. street, requesting the favour of the curbing being lowered opposite their respective premises, and which were affected by the public works now in progress in those localities.-— Some conversation took place as to the propriety of adapting some uniform plan of dealing with such applications, and it was ultimately agreed that these parties should b...

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MINERS' OPEN-AIR MEETING AT WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

MINERS' OPEN-AIR MEETING AT WARATAH. The first annual meeting of the coalminers' as- sociation of Newcastle, New South Wales, took place at Groves' paddock, Waratah, on Friday last, the 24th instant The ground was excellently chosen for such n purpose, rising from the main road by a most inviting slope, with the railway station on the right, and Mr. Norman's Cremorne Garden's hotel on the left. The different lodges forming the associa-   tion — the Borehole, the Glebe, the Minmi, the Wallsend, and the Tomago, — appearing on the ground one after another, some of them accompanied by   bands of music. The Minmi men, who came down by rail, were the latest in arriving, and were pre- ceded by a band playing an appropriate tune. There must have been, in all, nearly 700 people pre- sent. The day was fine, and the clean, healthy, well dressed, and orderly demeanour of the men, alto- gether proved a most wholesome state of things, and promised a most excellent meetin...

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Newcastle Police. SATURDAY, MAY 25. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and his Worship the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

Newcastle Police. SATURDAY, MAY 25. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and his Worship the Mayor.) James Simthers, publican, Maitland Hotel, Watt-street,   was charged— first, with supplying liquors to be drunk on the premises after the regular hours, on the 18th and 19th instants— that is, between 10 at night and 4 in the morning ; secondly, with permitting unlawful gambling in his house, on the 18th instant. The two charges may be said to have merged into one case. Mr. Borton, who managed the de- fence, while admitting the facts, pleaded in mitigation, on the first charge, that some three or four persons, at a late hour, wrapped up Mr. Smithers after he had gone to bed, and insisted on admittance— they only wanted one glass — and afterwards created some slight disturbance ; and, in short, that the cause of offence had come to the Maitland Hotel, and that the share his client took in the matter was an endeavour to put it down and maintain order. On the second charge, it app...

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WEST MAITLAND DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

WEST MAITLAND DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. KELLY V. GORRICK. — This case, commenced on Tues- day, was resumed. From the evidence for the plaintiff it appeared that the plaintiff was in July, 1857, in the em- ploy of Messrs. G. and E. Lee. as slaughterman, and was receiving at first £3 10s., latterly £3 per week. In conse- quence of a conversation with Mr. Gorrick, plaintiff went to Muswell Brook to superintend a butcher's shop, on the understanding that he was to receive half the profits on all hides, sheepskins tallow, and bones that he might purchase   and send to Maitland for sale; or a commission for buying the same. Nothing was said as to the rate of wages he was to receive (Mr. Briggs admitted £63 14s., amount of wa- ges sued for). Soon after the plaintiff opened the shop, the defendant went to Muswell Brook and delivered to plaintiff two lots of cattle : the first lot consisted of four head, and the second lot seven head ; telling him that when he wanted an...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 May 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. DEATH OF THE STATE EXECUTIONER. — John Lund, late Grenadier Guards, died on Wednes- day last. He held the appointment for many years as headsman at the Tower of London, whose duty it was to decapitate all state crimi- nals. This sinecure is in the gift of the con- stable, but most likely the situation will be abolished, as in the case of the gentleman yeo- man porter on the death of Mr. Murray. The last state execution took place in 1746, at the   time of the Scotch rebellion. The salary is £80 per annum, with an excellent house. Mr. Lund was only seen at the Tower when the half-yearly muster took place, and had his position on the right of the warden, with a large bright hatchet on his shoulder. SAILOR'S BOARDING HOUSES.— Mr. M'Gowan, on the part of the health committee, appeared before Messrs. Rathbone and Earle, at the Liver- pool police court on Thursday, to prefer two in- formations against Philip Joseph, the keeper of a sailors' boarding house, 2...

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GOLD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 June 1861

GOLD NEWS. Gold has been discovered in South Australia, ab'ut three miles to the eastward of Mount Lofty. '?jtffilNDEVBR, Mpnoo Dioot.vos.— A party of foreigners hsjntijecn working in tjie'oltl diggings, the last two or three week?,' and succeeded in finding a good patch of ground. They obtained in one day 5 to C dwts. to tlio tub. So that even the old ground is not entirely worked out yet. There is payable ground can be worked there for the next ten years, if parties only went to work in a proner manner and in good earnest. The Chinese are a very industrious lot with the pici and shovel, and many of them arc getting well paid for their trouble.— Empire. Nundlk EsconT.— The usual fortnightly escort from the Peel river and Nundle gold fields arrived on Monday last, with 500 ounces 13 dwts 12 grains of gold dust The quantity sent from Tamworth was 70 ounces 19 dwts 12 grams.— Tamworth Examiner, May '25, The Gulp Dio.ojnos.— The news from the Gulf con tinues to be of the most encouragi...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. MUDGEE. TRAMWAY FROM MUDGEE TO THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 June 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. MUDGEE. TRAMWAY FROM MUDGEE TO TIIK HUNTER. A public meeting was held at Mudgee, on the 18th inst., as already mentioned, to petition the Govern ment in favor of the construction of n tramway or railway from Vfudgee to the Hunter River, to con nect with the GreptNorthern Railway. Mr. Marlcy was in the chair., and the petition wan adopted on the motion of Alderman Hughson. The following in a copy of it, as printed in the Mudgee Western Pott: — To His Excellency the Right Honorable Sir John Young. Baronet, Knight Cross B.ilh, Knight Grand Cross of the most extinguished Order of St. Michael anil St. George, Govcnior.iii-Cliief of the Colony of New South Wales, &c, &c, &c. ; and the honorable the member* of the Executive Council thereof in council assembled. The humble petition of the undersigned inhabitants of the town and district of Mudgee in the said colony. Shewrth, — That for a considerable period your petitioners have been suffering seve...

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

Foot Race for £20. — An interesting match took place at Black Creek, between lid ward Ryan and Henry Brads!) a tv, when the former was vic torious. The disti'ice was 100 yards. — Edward Ryan will run a rac« of one mile on the Newington race course, near Singleton, on the 3id June next, against time, for the sum of Ji20 — Ibid. IIollowav's Ointment and Pills.— Dyspepsia » Jaundice. — These complaints are the result of a disor dered liver, which secretes bile, in quality or quantity in capable of digesting the food. Digestion requires a freo flow of healthy bile, to ensure which. IJolloway's pills and ointment have long been famous for eclipsing every other medicine. I'ood, irregularity of living, ciiinnte, and other causes, are constantly throwing the liver into disorder; but that important organ can, under all circumstances, soon be regulated anil healthily adjusted, by Holloway's pills and ointment, which acts directly upon ihe vital secretion. The ointment, rubbed on the skin, pen...

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LAW. SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. TUESDAY, MAY 29. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. IN BANCO. BEFORE Mr. Justice Wise and a jury of four. NICHOLSON v. WHYTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 1 June 1861

LAW. SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. 1UESDAY, WAY 4V. SlTTINOS FOR THE TltlAL OF CAUSES. In Banco. Before Mr. Justice Wise and a jury of four. NICHOLSON V. WIIYTE. This was an uction against defendant, as agent, for not accounting with plaintiff. There was also a count in trover. Mr. Isaacs and Mr. Martin, Q.C., nppeared for the ptatmifP; Mr. Faucett for the defendant. According to the evidence of the plaintiff and his wife, they delivered certain valuable furniture ta the defendant to sell. He neither accounted for it nor returned it. The cause of action occurred in New castle. Tho defence was that the plaintiff afterwards di reeled the defendant to hand. over the furniture to a third person, daughter of the pla nlifr. Evidence was also given to show that the plaintiff put a high reserve price on the articles. The case was not concluded. The All England Eleven. — Bell's Life has the following respecting the visit of the All England cricket eleven to this colony : — ' IladclifTe-on-Trent, 14...

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

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— In your issue of the loth instant, when reporting the case ofS. Steele v. Smith, it appears as if your reporter had obtained but scanty information respecting thu strange points in this case, and must have taken his idea of it from the leading counsel's speech, who, by the way, was called to order fur certain statements he made in th.it speech, the authority for which statements being no othei' than his: attorney, Mr. W. Hnsgs, lately returned from Darling, hurst, and resuming his practise in Maitland. My name being before the public in this matter—and a» I very much dislike the imputation of anything mean or shabby — I will lay the facts of this case before you. On the 23rd October. ISoS, there was a great rush to the diggings, and from thosf wishing to go 1 had many applications for loans, as they termed me a money cove, and among these applicants was thrs Mr. Edward Wilson, requiring a loan of ,£150. To the Question— ' What security ...

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