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GOLD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

GO 1,1) NKWS. A hush has taken place on the site of the government reservoir nl Amhnrst, and the payable ground appears to be tolerably extensive. Mnny of the miners, without per. mission, hare commenced sinking en the reserved space. ? nnd gold was struck by some of them a long way inside of what is to be the dam. Several large nuggets have also been found, amongst them one nugget said to h« (iO o/.s. This place promises to allord scope for a good many men. LtMinsn Flat, Mav 27th. — Our escort takes to-day 2(i'o ozs. l(i dwls. 12 ui'k., airl £'JS. It was generally expected that 3002 ounces would have been forwarded tins week, and had all the gold been sent that li.is been pur. chased this week, Hint mnniint would have been reached. One of our hanks (for reasons lust known to th'Miiselves) ivit forwarding any gold this week, our escort, a* a matter of course, stillurs/and the yield of gold is not fairly repve. scnted, but taken at the above amount it is nn excellent return, when it ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

rp II E NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE JL ami llunlir Jt'wcr New*. PURI.lSUSvD EVF.IIY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. THRMS OP SUJISCniPTION : t. A. I _ paid in advance .. ..... .. (Per Quarter)., fi 6 If placed to account ? ( „ ).. 7 6 Price for'single numbers, 3d. TKIIMS OF ADVF.IITISING .? Four lines oi under ? One Shilling. Eight lines or over four ? Two Shillings. Twelve 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. scried according to the following scale, viz. : — Four insertions ? 10 per cent. Fight ditto ? 20 „ Thirteen ditto (one quarter) ... 30 „ '

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We have San Francisco news of the 16th March. The following is the "Commercial Circular" of Messrs. William M'Cann and Co.:— San Francisco, 16th March, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

We have San Francisco news to the lflth March. The following is the ?' Commercial Circular' of Messrs. William M'Cunn and Co. : — S.vi Francisco. Irtth March. 1SG1. Our wheat market has been extremely active, with rapid advancing rates, since our issue of the 8th February, per Louise, owing to heavy orders from England ; f.ir within that time six vessels cleared for that country, Iddeu with wheat and flour, making tin npgregntc of 723 tnns register, and at present there nrc four vcs«rls on t lie berth, register ing UliiS tons, one of which is the celebrated clipper ship Grent Republic, whoso wheat cargo will fall little short of 70,(100 bags. These cx|x)its have advanced prices to 1 dollsr 50 cents for inferior. 1 dollar d'3 cents to 1 dollar 85 cents lor good, while 1 ilollnr !r- cents to 2 dollars per ling of 100 lbs. has been freely given I'or extra choice lots deli vered alongside the vessel. llnrlry, without alteration ; present rates being !I'J cents to 1 dollar 10 cents, acco...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. June 1.— KKLLRRMONT, schooner, 100, Stevens, from Melbourne. Dingle and Co.. ncnnls. June 1.— VIBIMA. schooner, 121, Gregory, from Gee long. Gcnren Mitchell, agent. June 1.— J BSSI E, schooner, 1 19, Law, from Melbourne. Ringle and Co., usents June 1.— JANR. schooner, M2, Lcneven, from Geelong. George Mitchell, nadir. June !.— DKOVF.R, brig, 17I-, Paten, from Geelong. George Mitchell, agent. June I. -H RIGHT PLANET, barque. 108, M'Pher. son, from Gcolnrc. George Mitchell, agent. Juno I.— SPRAY, brig, 142, Hellman, from Sydney. V. II. Whytc ntrcnt. ' June 1.— FORTUNE, brig, 261, Walsh, from Sydney. Captain, agent. , June l.-ESPERANZA, brig, 131, M'Kay, from Mel bourne, liinulp nnd Co.. nirpnts. Jnnn 2.— WASHINGTON. Mr-niner. from Svdnev. JuneS.— PHI NOR PATRICK, s.-booncr, 12S, Archer, from Melbourne Georgp. Tully and Co., agents. 'June 3.— GOLDEN SPRING, brig, 170, Rospb, from Sydney. Captain, acoat. June 3.— A D EON A, schooner, 09, Walsh, from Sydney. nrpMiTirr...

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COMMERCIAL. From the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

COMMERCIAL. From the Ktmiire. Paonucp. Maiiki;t.— To-day the usual produce sales were held, but the prices realised did not exhibit any ap preciable alteration in the value of our chief staple. Tal low, also, was without alteration, but hides were not quite so firm. Messrs. Mort and C'. catalogued 132 bales of wool, the whole of whicti were disposed of, with the excep tion of one parcel, consisting of 20 bales of scoured skin. The various lots most worthy of notice which were sold were OJW, I bales scoured lambswool, 23}.; 1 field, 2 bales scoured fleece, 23}. I. j McL, 7 bales fleece, llljd.; I field, ?! bales scoured, 22d.; GW, 12 bales fleece, l!)3d. S, 32 bales fleece, light but seudy, lOJd.; Hit conjoined, -J bales scoured, 21d.j GW, 5 bales fleece. 18]d. There, maiudcr of the wools offered consisted chiefly of old hales of locks, mixed wool, nnd wools in grease, for which full market prices were realised, Sii:;i:rsKiNs.— Only fivs lots were oflerad for sale, com prising about ...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. May 30.— Henry Metcalf, of Peterborough, Shellharbour, farmer. Liabilities, LI SO 7s. Id. Assets— value of per sonal property, L5. Deficit, LI 75 7s. Id. May 30.— Isaac Bell, of Palmer-street, Sydney, licensed victualler. Liabilities, LIO'2 Is. 2d. Assets— value of per sonal property, L25; outstanding debts, L5 10s.: total, L30 10s. befieit, L131 lls. 2d. ' May 31. — Daniel Venteman, of Dowling.street, Sydney, late timber merchant. Liabilities, L12I0 12s. 0'J. Assets — value of real property (mortgaged). L.1000 ; of personal property, L3; outstanding debts, L'tli Us. 5d.; total, L10I!) !)s.5d. Deficit, LlO'I 3«. Id. Henry John Lavers. of Mndgee, late storekeeper. Liabili ties, 1,7/ (admitted), L231- (disputed) ; total, J,:)1I. Assets value of personal property, L.'iO. Deficit. L2S1. June 1.— Terlius Thomas Hider, of Petersham, farmer. Liabilities L157 'is. 5d. Assets— value of real property, LI0; personal properly, L35 ; total, LlS. Den'cil, Ll 1*2 2...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

Of (ill tlie sorrows that ' mnn is made to mourn,'' bodily infirmity and sickness nro the bitterest. To poverty ho can raise a proud defiant spirit; to family affliction lie can bring to lionr the examples which he hns before him of still greater eniUinuioe, and the soothing influences of Christum resigna tion. Jint to the form prostrated by fell disease ; to the hapless frame crushed and mangled by accident — too inanimate even to pmy — what id there- loll but the unro imposed by the charitable lovo and tender compassion of his fellow-mortal. The profotmdest stu dents of that mysterious thing, the human heart, hnvo always found themselves at fault in attempting to trace the thrends of its working to the termination ; but it hns loin permitted the simplest of us to attain the truth, that one of the leading sentiments of man, however debased, is pity for bodily suffering. Let him he over so brutal — a murderer oven — his fellow creature Fufl'ering from bodily imgnis.li will— if nnyth...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

Fihe. — On Saturday night, about half-past eleven, tliu barn be] mging to Mrs Smith, at Woodvillo, was discovered to bo on fire, by Mr. Middlcton, who was remaining the night nt Mrs. Smith's. Afr. AAddlc ton had retired to his bedroom, whore he was en gngod fir some time iu rending,- nnd on rising from his sent observed an unusual glare on the window. On looking out, ho -n\v that the barn was in a blaze, lie nt once aroused the inmates of the house, and hastened to the scene of conflagration. Tlio barn being filled with hay, all attempt* to save it wove of no uvail, and in less than linlf-an-hour the barn and tabling were burnt to the ground. The wind atthc time. fortunately blew tie sparks from the dwelling house, 'and so saved it from destruction. Soon after tho fire broke out, several persons nssemblo-l on the spot, and rendered what assistance they could. Two carriages were with great difficulty saved, and with the exception of one shaft being slightly burnt, un njured. A calf t...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

TKLKfj RAVI 11C NKWS. WICST .MAITLAN'I).' Tliuixd.i.v. (! p.m.— On Wcilncsilay ni^ht n mpctiiiK of Mr. Itiii-liuiMii's sii|i|Hiiurs w:u lielil sit Morpftli, when that pctitliMiiaii iiildi'i-sseil an assoinMape of uliinit -MM) or SOU, fx)il;iiii!njj lii« iMimluct ilnriiiR the past session of far. liaiiwut, (in! apparently nave general satisfaction, being rnt1-tisiai.tii-.il)y leroivnl iIiimiirIiouI. Sdmic grave charges uf lirihery were ln'in^!it In1 him against some influential niEMtilicivi, ami nliicr*. The meeting promised lo continue their Kupp.irt.

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A COLLOQUY BETWEEN JOE AND TOM. (Which took place in Hunter-street, on Monday last.) [FROM OUR SUSPICIOUS REPORTER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

A COLLOQUY HKTWBKN JOK AND TOM. (Which took place iu Hunter-street, on Monday last.) [from oun summcious nni'oitTcii.l J. Veil, I say Tom, how are you ? T. Oh, bobbish. J. Well, what news ; have you seen the literary gazette lately? T. The Literary— what I J. Vy, the Newcastle Chronicle to bo sure, T. Oh, beg pardon, I forgot to be sure ; iirst-rate articles lately. J. Oh, man, you've no discrimination ; did'nt you see that letter signed 'John Smith ?' T. Of course, I did, that must be a clever chap, that John Smith ; who is he ? J. Vy, don't you know that old money cnva as valks about in dancing pumps, vite stoekings, and ankle trousers ? T. In course I docs j oy, that's him as they calls gentle man Smith ; veil he said some't about you. J. Yes, he said as how my report about the case, Stcele v. Smith, was like a Uridgen-orth election— all a von side. T. Veil, what imperance ! J. Yes, and what's more; he's finding fault with our Billy Briggs, cause he went to Sydney on urgent priva...

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THE COLONIES. QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

THE COLONIES. QUEENSLAND. Our files come down to the 29th ultimo. Parliament was in session. Ooe of the mem bers (Mr. Yaldwin) in giving notice of the in troduction of a bill, the objeot of which was to frame a constitution for the Upper House, on an elective basis, severely critised the attempt lately made by Mr. Cowper to swamp that branch of the LnfMBlature in Now South Wales. A bill was under discussion, the object of which was to encourage the cultivation of cotton. It was proposed to grant to parties who would invest capital in this branch of industry, from 320 to 1280 acres of land, in proportion to the moans expended. Mr. Watts, wlio in troduced the measure, stated that be had ob served, on some grouud of his own near Ips wich, a few straggling plants, under very rud« culture, from which four ounces could be picked three times a year, or nearly one pound weight of cotton per annum from each plant. The bill wns strangled, through some informality, but may be brought forward a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

rittunnj STEAM «TUGr 'TABIAR,' ' , . « The M*d»signed are prepared- to to-'?'i!5i*fV arraryfc/flrJMDWING VESSTflK; titstsafc ofaSy-Ie/criltwiK^(T reasonable rjites- . y ^^HiiOf por parMculaTS7'Spply to ; JTO GEORGE K. DIBBS & CO.,' idJiJ w^f!: ? Agcllts- _J STEAM TO SYDNEY. ^Perfi1 A A, The Australasian Steam Navi and' i«WKIrM-. gation Company's Steamers will leave , 'ijjOM^. Morpbtii (calling at Nkwcaktle), difLl^sSHHS* during the ensuing month, as follows : [MONDAYS TlpkJta/o, Captain Adams, ''?'LmioSnivs I 7 /t 8 o'clock a.irt. Jtt'4, WURSDAYS ) I J m. - , ] [t*h TUESDAYS \ ^rlo ti/Ptain filial), S FRIDAYS J /»t2u'c.ockp.,n. 'deli GEORGE It. DIBBS & CO., ftnd « Agents, Scott-street. raP I Newcastle, June, 1801. I, (M . ? :bM|! FOE SAN1 FRANCISCO DIRECT. I ?£%- The clipper bowjue 'OREGON,' COO I JuU0S( tons- cnPtanl^lfS0N- wilr-^afl for the VJ JeBQMft- a'J0VePort abi/tlhe 70y-f Juhe. For 10 n7 HSSrie passage only- a/pl4jrf/lijssns-GE0. WU I A. LLOYD & CO., ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

TASMANIA. From Launceston, we have dates to the 23rd ultimo. Sir II. E. F. Young had boon on a visit to Northern Tasmania, and in reviewing volun teers, and otbor public appearances, be seems to be increasing his stock of popularity. Tho topio of tho day, howovor, is tho Parliamentary oleo tions, and tho popular tune with which tho can didates were trying to woo the sweet votes of tho constituencies was — reduotion in tho expen diture. Fat Sheep, — Our attention was called, on Sa turday, 1 1 a couple of fat sheep on view at Mr. Henry Bell's shop, Pitt-street, One of them, an imported Southdown, weighs 121 lbs.; the other, from the flock of Mr. McLean, a squatter at the Darling Downs, weighs 76 lbs. As a matter of course, thc.iu lino carcasses have attracted a good deal of notice. When wo saw them, they were deco rated with blue ribbon, and looked tempting enough to overcome the scruples of a Pythagorean. — Empire, A Man KiLt.no on tub Railway. — Yester- day (Sunday), about half-past...

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QUEENSLAND CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

QUEENSLAND CHAMPION RACE. The Queensland Champion Sweepstakes of £100 each, with one thousand guineas added, was run for on Wrduesday, May 29th, at one o'clock. It was open to all I orses in the Australian, New Zealand, and Tasmanian colonies ; three miles, one event. If three or more horses started, the second to riccive two hundred s ivcnngns from the stakes ; the third horse to save his stake ; if only two start, the second to save his stake. The winner to \-a.\ £200 towards the expenses. An allowance of 3Ibs. to all horses arriving froin.jjarts beyond the colony with in iwo months (VfinV'tlie date of the race. Mr. J. Tuit's ch.tn. Zoe, aged, Ost. Yellojqrjacket and cap (Asbworth) ? ^&.V?.. ? I Mr. J. Single's cIi.r. lien Holt, aged, OatHJuBlue jacket ? black cap (Cuinmings) ? .'.'. ? i.'t Mr. A. Ualbi's br.g. Vaii Troinpi aged, Ost. 31bs. Blue- . jacket and cap (Council) ? 3 Mr. J. C. Collins' g.g. Eclipse. (- yrs., Ost. 31bs. Pink and white jacket, black cap (Cunningham...

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Newcastle Police. MONDAY, JUNE 3. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

ttcuiraatle 'Point. Monday. June 3. (Before II. Scott, Esq., P.M.) John Smith, a seaman belonging to the Kvangeline, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Hunter-street, on Saturday night, and was lined 10s., or 48 hours.— Mickey, an aboriginal, belonging to Tomago, was fined ,5s., or 2* hours, for being found drunk in Watt-streeL ? ICllen Tooniy, a servant, was charged with being drunk and dis. orderly in Darbv-strcet. on Suml.iv ni.rM !-„„, i.vi.,.. whose face exhibited marks of her having encountered the dangers of ' the battle and the breeze,' or something akin to that, assured bis worship that she had had only two glasses. His worship replied to this argument by saving that it was the first glass that made people drunk, and not the last, nnd sent Kllen to the lock-up for IS hours unless she paid a fine of 20s ? James Smith, a seaman belonging to the Success, was brought up for being drunk and dis. orderly in Hunter-street, on Saturday night. Itappeared from this case t...

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SINGLETON DISTRICT COURT. Wednesday, May 29, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

SINGLETON DISTRICT COURT. Wednesday, May 29, 1801. & it Rom, v. IIaiu'uu ani- AsiiMonp.. — This caso wai wed this morning. The chief points of the evidence behalf of the plaintiff tended to show that no contract abeen entered into between the parties— whereas, on be. (of the defendants, it was contended that a legal cou rt had been made. Upon this point the whole case ijtd, and the evidence on both sides was rather intricate itierenceto it. Not having taken any notes, we regret to It that we are unable to give the particulars of this in. Wing case, which occupied the court the greater part of 'y. The jury retired at two o'clock, and returned into [I at three o'clock with a verdict for the plaintiff for 1'Manus v. Garuinf.ii and Wifh.— This was an fop for slander, brought hy .lames M'Mnnus, a licensed wean, residing at Darlington, near Singleton, against Hinder^ Gardiner atid his wife, Mary Gardiner, of Rix «k. The following are the particulars of pla'ntiirs m :— The plaintif...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

CORRESPONDENCE^ The writers of these letters, of count, a» «i». ' stole for the sentiments or fads containiii,! To the Editor of the NeweaaUOmjA Sir— I observed in your issue of Saturdirh. i bearing the signature of John Smith. Uie/ff«Z J certain case entitled Steelc v. Smith, cMtl£* ?! wiiicii l mime aue to the character of rnynrinti k ? and also to Mr. Briggs himself, to contradict. uT', u had the conduct of this case, with many oSj , commencement, 1 can fearlessly put my pen J]^ °J a defiance of contradictor. «Jofail i honesty of tnS? I am sorry to find, my aotagViist has shown 1,2 t, lamentably deficient iin.- Wjth regard to Im attack on Air. Briggj,! wftl but just make one 'b£ % that he had better remove the beam in hit own o f ; he seeks to point out the ffloat in his neishwT Smith sars, he ' dislikes anything mean or ita,' think if there is one thing more mean or ihabbr* thcr, it is giving utterance to falsehoods, widaili, Ihe habit of making assertions without proof iS you a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

Mr. Appleton's niodetftpnoihreitking machine is to be brought into use on the vityoUsVajlwnys of tins colony, by Sir Morton Peto and Co. x- \ Holloway's Pitas Appointment aro iudispcu. sable for the security oT'TiTe ami health. Fever, influenza, bronchitis, sore throat, diptheria, and bilious complaints, aro ever present plagues toSmankjivl ; but these can cer tainly and pcrmnucntly b^rmtitollitfln hy the nid of these unrivalled aperient, cleMM|iit\anW U'storntive remedies. There are multitudes- of J611o\ nirasfeeble invalids now languishing in all parts o? tho world under these diseases, who would soon find their healthy appearance, strength, and cheerfulness return, if they Judiciously used Hollo way's preparations, from\ #huli no harm can possibly re sult. Tho ointment shoaltkno well rubbed, night and morning, over the afiifotid parts, while the pills arc taken at discretion. A great Jtnd happy change fur the better II speedily appear.

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LAW. SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. Thursday, May 31, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

LAW. SUPBEME COURT, SYDNEY. Thursday, May 31, ISO'l. I Won v. Devlin and Anotheu.— This wai an action i /or libel. The damagei were laid at £1000. The plaintiff j, tie present mayor of the Shoalhaven municipility ; the defendants »re the proprietors, printers, and publishers of tin Ilhwarra Express. The libel complained of consisted of the following letter, which Appeared in Hie lllnwarra &pfrtiofl3th March last:—' To the Editor of the Ilia, itara Expnst.— Sir— At a meeting of the bench of magis tntei yesterday, Moeb, the newly.olected mayor, insisted imd his right of presiding as chaiinian. Having quoted «er»l hacts (as he called them) to strengthen his claim, le clinched it by telling the bench that they had no ri^Iit lo tit in Nowra, because he was the sole magistrate, having inrisdiction within the municipality. The bench unani. nontly decided not to allow him to take precedence ; and oMofthe magistrates tuld him his idea was ridiculous, and ,!„( the bench would remove a...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 June 1861

To the Editor of the. Newcastle Chronicle. Ti Sin — Some of my iiciglibou/s, as well as inysilf ''' induced, not very lonrfagri^ to purchase land at Wit lhoB from the company, oiijhcir representation that ilti ^'.' locale of a new towisluq. laid out hy the company. ]? P'1'1 considered quite fciietllco\])oiul ; there was no doubt i 'on it ever hinted at. Npw.we'lmd that this eompanyis lml ing land in close proximity to the pit, and that we mi; '*' to the age of Methuselah before we see the new toil inJ on which we had rested our hopes, reach our Inn 1'ci, Now this is not f.iir ; it is not just ; and we cannot bel™' that ihe respectable directors of this great coal cou;''ei know anything about it; and we wish, Mr. Kditor, fsr you »-ould draw their attention to the matter, and lit' n5 to get common f'.tir play.— 1 am, &c, P™ A COALMINE! «» Wallsend, 2f)th Mav, IStfl . lf c * ~1 ? TlUill Pugilism. — Oil Mpnday night, there was an cxiiiVteih in tin? lino at the'Steamphtket Hotel....

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