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

QUKKNSCLIFF. Thursd.iy, S p.m.— Arrived, May 30: Maud, Princess Royal, and Mauritius, from London ; Santiago, from New York; Mary Miller, from Leilh ; Hlnek Swan, from Laun eeston.— Sailed, May #0: 3 p.m., Great liritain (s.), for Liverpool! 5.15 p.m., City of Sydney, for Sydney. Saturday, 8 p.m. — Arrived : Jluby, from Goolwa. — SaihU, June 1 : Pride, Triton, and Mary Nicholson, for Sydney ; India, and William Buchanan, for Newcastle,

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

MKi.i.'.ounxrc. tliursilay evening.— The Ctold Duty Ahulitinn Hill has het'li aineiulcil In eighteen pence an.' ounce, and passed llirmiijlt c--m:iiiltcf.--.Mr. (!. V. Ilrnnke, being pursued by writs, could not g) in tin; .Sullblk, hut managed to get away in tin; Clivat llrilain.— The (ieorgc Hotel, in North Mef iMiirne, was burnt last night. The inmates had a narrow esnipe. Thursd.iy, ' p.m.— To-night the House has been engaged on a (juestii)ii nf privilege, whether the late SolicitorGene ral, .Murtlvy, having uuccpti'il other IVes from Government than those ai-iMiiilig to olik'c, had not forfeited his seat. A want of confidence inotiun nn Mr. Loader's dismissal of tlie Stati-m Master t'CMicj nn' next.— The escorts have brought 12;5,(||)(l ounces.— The Great Britain (s.) sailed with 80,(100 ounces j the Suffolk had only 50i)()'ounces. Total number of passengers by the two tvssels, 720. — harge parcels of goud Immdies have been ollbiud without changing the rates. Some speculation ha...

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

SYDNEY. Friday, (5 p.m.— Before Mr. Farkes left, Mr. Forster, in dignant at his acceptance of ofllcc, issued a writ of ra. sa. against him lor money lent. Mr. Piddington paid it.— Mr. Dcnichy will sit fur Goullmrn,.if elected free of expense. Mi. Flood and Mr. Gonlbh are also talked of.— Business improving. Sugars advanced again 20s. to 30s. Oilmen's stores iu good demand, Liverpool salt, coarse, £11 10s. to £12 i fine, £7 10s. to £H. Uottlcd porter very scarce.— The now issue of debentures of ,025,000, taken up at 08. Monday, fl'30 p.m.— It is generally supposed' that Mi. nisters will delay the re-nsscmbling of Parliament us long as possible. — A meeting at Tattersall's to-night for betting on MaitJand races.

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

Newcastle :— Printed and publiilud by thiPlJ H. M'DioKEMand J. Baker, i»t »h«( General Printing Office, Dolton-etreot. W June 5, 1861.

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

ADELAIDE.'' Friday evening.— The Assembly are discussing the Edit, cation vote. It purposes to confine State-aid to the thinly populated districts, Saturdny evening.— Th6 prize cup at tho Iliflo Match, to-day, was won hy Lieutenant Sutherland, of Adelaide. The Gold Medal was won hy Mr. Frost, of Melbourne. Saturday, fl p.m.— The New Cornwall mining captain has cut _ another lode, which has caused a rush for shares. The price is now 35s. Lodes have alsp been discovered in the adjoining sections. — The flour' market is linn, at L.15 Us. to L.lli os,, and there is a demand for wheat at (is. 9d.

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

MARRIAGE. By the District Registrar, Newcastle, on the 3rd June, Mr. John Scott, of Honeysuckle Point, to Anne Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. George Blackie of Honeysuckle Point.   The Newcastle Chronicle.   WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Headaches, Bile, Loss of Appetite, b Lownea tffy These PilU require no interruption of businesi a sure, they act mildly on the bowels, strengthen Unit, and promote a healthy action of the liver, wberth purify the blood, cleanse the skin, brace the ncrre invigorate the whole system. They effect ttrult. ml change in debilitated constitution!, n thev healthy appetite, correct indigestisn, remove bilt ness, headaches, and palpitation of the heart. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, langour, and nervouinesi ki by excess of any kind, whether mental or pbyiici! effect of these Pillsjs in the highest degree braciu vating, and restorative. They drive from Hie «yijf morbid cause of disease ; re-establish the digestion n all the secretions, brace the nervous system, rtisi'li rut's spirits, and bring back the frame to its priitia and vigour. They increase the appetite, while thy digestion to all ordinary food, and release the invili destraint in diet. A Word to Femal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

THE TOWN AND ENVIRONS OF GRAFTON, ON THE CLARENCE RIVER. Two Days' Highly Important Sales of— Agricultural Farms, adjoining the township, and several choice Allotments in the towns of North and South Grafton, containing some of the first selections when the district was thrown open for settlement by the Govern, meat, made by the purchaser then residing on the spot, and personally acquainted with each Allotment and Farm. 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 ISth day of June next, commencing each day at eleven o'clock precisely, on account of the numerous and important lots. BSfT 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 sufficien...

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SELECT POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

SELECT POETRY. ' 'Tjs not a gign,of worth to raise My voice to sound mjr, sex'B,prai9c ; 4 Yet when I. see it left undono By one who should be.our champion— Nay, not even left alone, but used In public, and by him abused, 1 can't let him assert so bold . The opinion he appears to hold, -? \ Without refuting what he say s, ^ . '* Although no adept in poetic lays. . . No undue praise I wish to claim, But think it hard he should defame Those whom most hold so fond and dear, ?y \ Praise, cherish, and ever revere. '??? *?? Though he's ne'er felt'their mystic power In any dark or trying hour, Others have, and I know full well. More for them than against,, would tell. Though some prove false, condemn not all, Nor punish the greater for the small. There are who condemrrand slight, There are, too, who can brawl and fight ; Those arc not women, and deserve to be Treated by none considerately ; ? But some there nre who cheers us on Kindly rewards when labour's done, Faithfully watches the sick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

BIALOCJUli between MIKE the SUHl'HEliD, ? and PAT, the HUTKEEI'ER. ' Och, Murder!' cried Mike, 'by mr grandmother's ghost, I'm us thin us a broomstick, and stiff us a post ; My bones aro as sore as if kicked by a cow, Or whaoked by ' the boys ' in a Donnybrook row.' 'Arrah Mike,' saith friend Paddy, 'my darlint, bs aisy, ^_^ i I'll soon make you soWdjuul as fresh as a daisy. Here's some stun' tliav wuTcure all the ills in crea tion — / Make puin flylUte fog, will famed 'How's Embroca tion.' / It has/uV d lfveiy ailment that cattle is heir to, (Whufli ihoyisrtnas of beasts— could they speak — Qi»T would ysweur to), And m/e it willrcfre human ailments as well, As slii/-lc»(li- jfijfittk-h-ridden cripples could tyll. It cured/Nelly's dhilhlains, and l'ltgyiJb.^U/fiend, And an/ugly white swelling in iHf-}f/« bo/, Neil, Old Lj/oney's lumbago rind tic ildlt^eux, 1 And 111 be well kiikcd, ifiydlein't cure yriu. Musha ! /d4n't«'sit|tl»rl-groanin£, like Casey '? old oowV i \, ComeJayVewofTri...

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

NEYCASTLE HOSPITAL. A meeting of tie subscribers to this institution was called at the court-hoise, on Tuesday evening last, to receive the report from thtsub-committee appointed to make arrange ments for a piolic meeting to be called to consider the ne cessity of eroding a new hospital in this city, the Rev. Canon Fletcbr actine as secretary, pro tern. In consequeice of the severe inclemency of the weather, there were verj few of the gentlemen who took an interest in this movement rble to attend. ' Dr. Knaogi proposed that B. Hudson, Esq., should I lake the chair, which having been seconded by Mr. Wil liams, that geitleman accordingly presided. The Rev. Cmon Fletcher read letters from Arthur Hodgson, Esq j P. C. Bos well, Esq. ; Alderman Tighe ; Richard Hill, Esq.; George Dibbs, Esq.; Thomas Hucha nan, Esq. ; A Herman Corlelte ; and the Reverends Mr. Coutts, and Mr. Gainford, regretting their inability to attend, and expressive of the interest they take in the insti tution ; and D\...

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GOLD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

GOLD NEWS. Umerella Diooinos.— Early in the week Mr. Charles Solomon, and several other gentlemen, visited these diggings, as they arc now fairly entitled to be termed. They washed several dishes of dirt, and obtained prospects from one grain to half dwt. There are about thirty persons at work, and all ore earning good wages— from On. to 15s. per liW-oy crauie washing, a party lias oeen tormea who m jend to fetch a race of water from Big B-ulgcr River to ?bine ground near Uinerella,from which they have obtained first-rate prospects for sluicing. This party visited Oooma this week, and explained their intentions to several of tho inhabitants; nnd further that, though they had every con fidence in these diggings, and were willing to give their labour, yet, na they had not suflicient means to maintain them whilst they are engaged in cutting the race, which will take them about two months, they were desirous of obtaining assistance. This having been made known several of the principal r...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LAMBING FLAT. Monday, 0 a.m. The Escort has feft with 22(!9 ounces. - The weather still continues dry \Ynt-£ greatly wanted for mining purposes. , - MELBOURNE.' Tuesday Evening. The Legislative Council called for a second reading of the State-aid Abolition Bill. Large numbers of petitions were presented against State-nid. In the Assembly, a strong feeling was expressed to finish the Estimates and postpone the other business. On the motion fur going into committee on Ireland's Reul Property Bill resolution, the House divided with the following result: — Ayes, 24; noes, 24. The Speaker gave the casting vote with the ayes.— Empire June ?'). Monday, 0 p.m. Reports are prevalent that Mr. Loder has resiKm-it. A frightful liiurdM.hns been perpetrated at Coilitigwood. Valentine Carrie sh'nl his wife with a riile, and then at tempted self-destruction by poison. - . Lieutenant .Sutherland, of the South Australian Rifles obtained the first prize, the Victoria Cup, at the Rifl...

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

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Penny Savings' Bamkr.— We perceive liy l-- papers, thut a tunny savings' bank was to he opened in Orang;:, on the first Monday in June, to encou rnge saving habits in the young. It appears that several penny banks have been mccMsfnlly esta blished in the colony, the first of which was at Liver pool, m ueceiuucr, itfc-!» by the Kev. (J. t. D. I'ricldle, und another at Cam'pbelltown, where the sum i.f £55 was deposited b,' 1 14 depositors (chiefly juveniles) during the first twlvo nights. The bene fits of such institutions at home, and the avidity with which their advantages have been m.ide use of, induce us to hope that similar results wouM accrue from ihe establishment of one in this town. It is un object in which allco»ld unite, being entirely un st'ctarian, and undoubtedly productive of good, un alloyed with evil. Coptcr Orb ruoM Hoc&iiampton. — Some v ry fine specimens of copper ore have been brought by the steamer Telegraph, from Queensland, and Ire at...

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INSOLVENT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. Juno 4.— John E. Dargin, of Bathurst. Liabilities, £19,219. ? Assets— value of personal property, £8500. Deficit.- £11,719.; - Juno 4. — James Brady, of Bathurst, auctioneer. Lia bilities, £42C(). Assets— valuo of personal property, £100. Deficit, £4101). June 0. — Joseph Wishart, of Balmain, Hhipwright, and boat builder. Liabilities, £93 14s. Assctn— value of per sonal property, £10 10s,; outstanding debts, £12; total, £22 108. Deficit, £61 4s. \-, June 5.— Frederick Elliott, of Rcdfcrn, boot and shoe maker. Liabilities, £47. Assets— valuqf Qf personal pro perty^*. Deficit, L43. ,-s. ; June 6.— Henry Cumming*, of Williafi.tiraet, Sydney, poulterer, on aflldavlt. Schedule -.to* beimd within two day*. ' , ;?? June 4. — In the estate of Archibald and James S. Rod gcrs, a third meeting was held. Two debts were proved. The official assignee read his report,Vand was' direoted to allow Insolvents their household furniture and wearing apparel, and to exercise his own discr...

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SHIPWRECK.—ALL HANDS PERISHED IN SIGHT OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

SHIPWRECK.— ALL HANDS PERISHED IN SIGHT OF LAND. (From the Orkney Herald.) Since the night of Friday, last week, we bare been visited with a heavy and continuous gale from E. to SB., and which, lashing tho sea, bad raised it to a tremendous fury, until it was at last as heavy as it bad been for many years. On Monday morning boon after daylight a sail was described on the borizin to the sourtbward and westward of Copinsha and en her nearing she Eecined to be standing into the land. It soon ap peared to the knowing bands that ebe waa a stranger, and that evidently she did not know her whercabonts, from the circnrnstancc that when tbay saw the land to leeward they neither ran for Holm Sound on the one band, nor for any of the many harbours of safety to the northward, by crossing the Reef of Copinsha, oa the other. The heavy sea setting in from the German Ocean continued to heave the poor vessel in until at last sbc got empayed, and her fate was inevitable. Scores of willing and ready m...

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Newcastle Police. TUESDAY, MAY 4. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

Vleuicostle Value. Tuesday, Mav 4. I Before H. Scott. Esq.. P.M.) John Styles, labourer, was brought up lor having oeen drunk and disorderly in Hunter-street, on Monday night, and fined 20s. Wednesday, June 5. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and P. C. Boswell, Esq., J.P.) John Fight, cook and steward on board the barque_ Tar hprt Castle, was charged bv cautain D. S. Rich, with an assault and disobedience of orders on board that vessel, on the 4th instant. Mr. Brown conducted the case for the captain, Mr. Borton defended the seaman. It appeared that there had been some differences between the mate of the ship and the prisoner, and on being questioned about it by captain Rich, he denied the charge and made uscof some rery coarse language, which led the carpenter to in terfere, and a scuffle ensued. The assault on the captain was committed wirile interfering Myestore order. The case being clearly established,! Mr. Borton submitted that the prisoner had received gretvf provocation, and tb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

Holloway's 1'ili.s anii Ointment. — Conse- quences of Neglect, — In our vari blc climntu, the larger proportions of diseases to which mankind i« liable depends on the neglect or inofllcicnt treatment of coughs, colds, influenza, and rheumatism. The prudent, will pay attention ta the first symptoms, which aro removed at once by the use of llollowav's Pills aiid Ointment. In chest complaint?, while taking his pills, their effect is quickened and in creased by briskly rubbing Irs Ointment on the back and hrenBt twice u day for five minutes or longer, if convenient. 'I ho friction causes the oint ment to penetrate the okin, whence it pusses to the lung!), and purifies the wholo mass of blood us it Iowa through th.oie organs n iu elrculotiuu.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Junes.— HEBE, brig, 200, M'flurney, from Taranaki, ft.Z. Captain, agent. June 5,— INDIA, barque, 202, Lucas, from Melbourne. Single and Co.. agents. AMUnSGr-~Nwn,VLIAM BUCHANAN, barque, 160, Aldred, from Melbourne. Dibbs and Co., agents. June 6.— URARA, steamer, from Sydney. W. K. Lochhead, agent. v ?June 6.-CHEETAH, schooner. 119, Hilford, from Auckland, N. Z., 12th ultimo. Passengeri-Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Groube and nine children, and two in the steer. *ge. Dibbs and Co, agentA^ , \ j «Ju-ne 7.-ADOLPHUS, schooner, Y20, Scott, from Port Napier, N.Z., 13tli ultimo. Captain, ajtent. June 7.-ATHOL, schooner, 215, Ikown, from Mel. bourne. \V. II. Whyte, agent. DEPARTURES. June 5.— ALMA, schooner, Dow, for Melbourne, with 240 tons coal. . ' ' . June 5.— JEANIE OSWALD, barque, Davis, for Melbourne, with 300 tons coal. June*?.— URARA, steamer, for Grafton. June 6.— SARAH, brift. Firth, for Batavia, with 120 tons coal. ^ S June J.— VIHILIA, schooner, Gregory, for Geelomr. w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 8 June 1861

I S!TEAM-!UGr'TAMAR.' -?? I 1 -. ^t/E Jidersigned nre prepared I ^''iffMi^ T^fejl?* 'V0WING VESSBjLi 'pt«d coj! ffiWfl-vy'.'Pf y y l^ri^tion, at reasonable rote fj, 'f. $3£5wBC_p;/ puticuLrfrs, apply to L ?. T'f /GEHWSE II. blBBS & CO.,T 3 __^f__/ ? Aecntg- of 6a J STEAM TO SYDNEY. ia -H 1 A ^IIE xUstralasian Steam Navi wings ei&^v gation Company's Steamers will lea* roinira irajfM^- Morp*h (calling at Newcastle toy i|j fl^^lfii^ durinjfhe ensuing month, as follows Unj.] MONDAYS (LrttAl.M0- Captain Adams, LaTBUlSDAY|//^ ^o'clock a.m. craty TUESDAYS *Y^oy,AROT( Captain Mulhall, 'HpWDAYS / / at 2 o'clock p.m. 'W 3E0RJE R. DIBBS & CO., ) ' Mm Agents, Scottstreft^ mitcf Newcastle, June, 161. / suctf — ~ ? ] To the Rocky Riwr and Peel Miners, lane com* Others. sed J FOR SAT FRANCISCO. ie ocel . JTv. The firstclass clipper Ship ' MIDAS, !re&J df-fcalift—, *''^ tois burthen, daily expected ii DfilK JjWw_t '''8 Por'jf°ln Melbourne, ialaid on fo y j ySgBJfea S...

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