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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. Sin — In your issue ot the 12th instant, there appears an article headed ' the case of lieutenant Soaver and niilmnnn Tigho,' in which I wish' to correct a lew errors, lat. I misunderstood Mr. Tighe's solicitor in supposing that he objected to lieutenant Scaver because he was a witness in the case. The objection, it appears, was, that lieutenant Se.tver had previously expressed his opinion out of doors, and had therefore prejudged the case. 2nd. 1 am iu the habit, when business of general importance is to he brought before the bench, of sending a circular to all the inngis.. tratcs requesting their attendance, and I did so on this oc casion, as Mr. Tighe's slaughterhouse was to be objected to for several reasons— therefore the magistrates who at tended had previously received a circular from me request ing their attendance. 3rd. Mr. Corlollo has utter, dud the bench much oftener than stated by you, and generally at my request. Having had muc...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861

DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— One evening last week, two individuals were per ambulating Stockton, rigged a la his Satanic majesty and imp. His majesty was dressed all in red, the imp in white and black, with a painted lace, and a pair of wings on his head. Their first appearance was to a poor man, about half drunk, whom they nearly frightened to death, tellinz him that they wore to comu for him in twelve months. The poor superstitious fellow believed it, yea, lie went to the Rev. Mr. Shaw to tell him (so he says). Not con tented with this they went to,the house of one of the neigh bours, where the imp, after knocking at the door, looked in. The poor woman fainted ; and had it not been for a neigh bour who was in the house, the child she carried in her arms might have been seriously injured. Bearing in mind the late tragical occurrence, and the Sunday-school move, ment, one cannot help being shocked at such conduct by one who figured so conspicu...

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To the Editor at the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861

? V ? To the Editor ot the Newcastle Chrottteic. Sir — Is the end of the world so near ns historical events, recorded in thu public papers, compared with tho Bible, lead one to infer? I am perfectly aware that ' of that day and hour knowclh no'mim— uo, not the angels of heaven ;' that it will he ' iu a moment — in tho twinfcing of an eye;' ' the day of the Lord so comet !i as a tliti-I in tbe night.' At those who anxiously waited fur our Suviour's first adveus were induced to look forward to it, so we may be allowed to look for his second cmning, when tho prophecies that refer to it are accomplished. Among soino of tho signs that are precursors of Christ's second coming are earthquakes, signs iu the heavens, thu spread of the Gospel, restoration of the Jews, the downfall of Wabylon. Earthquakes them have been, whether figurative or literal. If figurative, 1 beliuve, uu eiuthuuuke means revolutions; if literal, a lew years ago in Calabria, and more recently iu Jnpnn. Signs in the Hea...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 19 January 1861

To the Editor nf the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — lour issue of Sat unlay lust contains, in the lending columns, cert tin animadversions upon the magistracy, re lative to the late application for n slaughtering license1. If any person unacmiuiutcd with the gentlemen iillmled to should happen to read your article, the imputations might, possibly, in such n case be believed, therefore, allow me to state, th.it a full bench was convened -m the occasion by the police magistratj;, the course usually adopted hxjleuid ing applications fur licenses. Six magistrates attended, comprising, 1 believe, the whole of the gentli.ineu who usu ally titlenil the police business (one left btforos^tbc case closed) and thus it occurred that some of the magistrates appeared on thu bench on a day that their naihcs were not on the roster. What you said about myself is merely per sonal, and, although wholly untrue, may pass unnoticed. — 1 am, &c, Jan. U, 1861. ' A. TIGHE.

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RETURN [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

I * RETURN Of the Quantity and Value of Goods Exported from the Port 'of Newcastle, during the year 1 860. Produce & Manufacture of the Colony. Articles. . Countries to which (British Exported. British. Foreign. Total Foreign Value. '??-,. ? fc Colnl --' Abysinth, cases ? New Caledonia ? ? 63 63 £63 0 0 Bacon, cwt ? ... Victoria ... 100 ? 100 ? 305 0 0 Ditto, ditto. ? ? Adelaide ... 200 ? 200 ? 670 0 0 Beef, cwt ? Ditto ... 30 ? 30 ...... 40 0 0 Biscuits, tins ? New Zealand ... 20 ? 20 ? 20 0 0 Bone, whale, cwt ? Victoria ... 12 ? 12 ? 37 0 0 Bones, tons ? London ... 48 ? 48 ? 109 0 0 Bricks, No ? ... ... New Caledonia ... 80,000 ? 80,000 ? 80 0 0 ,. .Bran, bushels ? '.» ... Victoria ... 12,658 750 13,40fi ? 961 0 0 '4ii&BBteaii«V' cases ??? ???,'-.'?? ??? Ditto ... 15 ? '325 0 0 #!!&#$€», lbs. ..„„... *?'£ :\.-.y Ditto ... 37,712 ? l,018 0 0 ?iKii^^ ..V '.;.'.;.-.?.. Adelaide ... 28,000 ? 28,000 ? 589 0 0 IP^Ift.,,,,/.; Batavia ... '... 8 8 ? 60 0 0, P&a...

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RETURN [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

RETURN ! ? Of Quantities and Value of Goods Imported into the Port of Newcastle, during the year 1860. \ ~— — — — — — — — r Quantities Imported. Article*. Countries whence , ? *? ? -—-, Value. imported. British. Foreign.] - Total. I Apples, barrels ? Victoria ... 120 ... 120 £125 0 0 ' Boat*, No ? Ditto ... 2 ... 2 50 0 0 ?' -Bran, bushels ? ... Adelaide ... 615 ... 615 30 0 0 ? 'Bricks, No ? , ? Ditto ... 5000 ... ... 10 0 0 j -? Dtto ... ? ? Victoria ? 85,000 85,000 70 0 0 j ii Cigars, lbs ? Dito ? 70 ... 15 0 0 ! i Clothing, cases ? New Zealand ... 1 ... 1 45 0 0 ; i Curiosities ? Victoria ... 1 j .. 1 40 0 0 Earthenware, casks ? Ditto ... 18 ... 18 75 0 0 j Flour, tons ? Ditto ... 143 ... 143 2,546 0 0 Ditto, ditto ? Tasmania ... 17 ... 17 400 0 0 Ditto, ditto ? Adelaide ... 80| ... E0| 1,484 0 0 I Furniture, cases ? Victoria ... 25 ... 25 535 10 0 Hav. tons ? Tasmania ... 6 .... 6 50 0 0 T Iron, railway ? Holland ? 4419 4419 26,848 0 0 Ditto, ditto ... ... ? Victoria ... 55 ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. JLACHAUME, Surgeon Dentiet, cftWest ? Maitland, begs to inform the inhabitants of Newcastle, and surrounding districts, that be has secured private apartments at Mr. Luly's, anith's Buildings, Watt-street, Newcastle, where lie will be in attendance- next MONDAY, and TUESDAY, 4th and 5tKVanuaifrttfpfl ftenightly. %/ Artificial teeth, hjfyl oȣto a complete set, guar ranteed a perfett^t, jptdflng mastication, pro nounciution, andTpautjfv' Teeth stoppedywith gold, silver, or platina paste, restoring tbe wqfn tooth to a sound one. Elixir, for the instantaneous cure of Toothache, always on hand at Mr. Luly's, 2s. Cd. per bottle. J. LACHAUME, Surgeon Dentist,- opposite the Olympic Theatre, West Maitland. NOTICE is hereby given, that application is about to be made to the Parliament of New South Wales, for leave to bring in a bill to vest in the owners of the Minmi and Hexham Railway certain lands in the parish of Hexbam (specified in the schedule at foot hereof) and t...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Sydney, Jan. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

TELE^RAPHia NEWS. rGroville and iiirn'H TeleBrf.m.i Svdnoy. Jan. 25. Yesterday, the Government obtained a vote of credit for thfce mnntlii, r.ud thu Lsginiu^vj Council Uill was read a fsoMit time. l.lr. Lucaa gave nntico of a Inrge reduction in Cfllcial salaries, .. %o.dny,\jWr some minor bHsiness, Mr. Parkcs moved tlibsjcond reamng of the Capital Pun ishment Abolition Dill, and is now speaking. . ? There is a large mcrense in Oie volunteer fyrtoB since the late review. ' ^ 'J'lie intercolonial cricket match is fixed for February Mth, lolli, and 10'tli. \. Sevcnty-thrco refraotorxconviots were brought from Cockatoo to I)arlingli\tfs\yoin'er«:-. Twelve were sent to Pg*fmatta to.day. -J|lL '. \ Testcrday morniiigMV VIoVct Inn, at Ashficld, was burnt to tho ground. ^*^ tJ» ? ' Trade, somewhat duM. Conuiqs, halfpenny hotter. Salt, £(i. No chance in. other articles. Rice, firmer. Flour, unchanged at the sales of yesterday. Wool has declined one penny. Tallow, Is. 3d. Vowt. 'IIiIb Hl'iern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

EXPERIMENTS conducted at the1 Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, of Coal the produce of the Mines of the Australian Agricultural Company at Newcastle, in the colony of New South Wales. Experiment I. — The Coal used wus the tenihHiii of 303 Tun» fut..ib'..taJ iu thb C lony to thb ' Oueida,' belonging to the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, and presented to the Australian Agri culturakCompany after the' arrival of the Ship at Southampton. V « ?- ?-^ Date of Experiment, March 1858. The following Results, eslnhitmg the comparative value of this Coal nnd English Coa1, for Steam pur poses, wereoyainff^jy Mr. Anderson, Inspector of Machinary at Woolwich. - . - -p _ . . '.,'.' Wciglit Duration Weight Cubic Inches .lbs. of Water No. of No. Date.' Coal. at of of of Water Evaporated Revolutions Coal. Experiment. Ashes. Evaporated. 'perftofCoal.l of Engine. 18-38. ' I Cwt. Ii. in. i His. Cubic Inches. I ibs. | 1 March 18 Australian i 2 5 20 I3f . -lo'iSQ-o I /'??* 3950 2 „ 18 Ditto 2 5 20 ! I3J 45780-j 1...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tub council met on Monday evening, pursuant to adjourn ment, but a quorum not being pre£er-r,«n adjournment was moved till Tuesday evening. 'On Tuesday evening, the council met in pursuance to tne adjourn i ent,prvtfiit— his worship tlie mayor, aldermen Corlette, Uolton. Ti(?lie, Buxton, Tuitati, and Fleming. The nvnutcs of the previous meeting having been read and vouhrmed, The Mayor, as chairman of finance committee, brought up the report, .dated 7th instant, recommending payment of sundry accounts. ?It was moved by the Mayor, seconded hy alderman Uolton, Ibat the report be received,— Carried. Thu council then proceeded to further consider the com munication from the mayor of Shoalhavcn, deferred from a %evious meeting. ? It (ran at length mnved by alderman Bolton, and se conded by alderman Teuton— 'That.the mayor and mu nicipal council of Shonlhaven be informed, in answerto tbeir application (or sympathy and assistance in the action of liMty v. Municipal Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

Newcastle Cricket CLib. . . ASCRATC.l jrf^Cjfart JjjTnhyni this day / on the nfi^ffroufwfiTenn^t'rJolin's Church. V * ickcts to be pitched at !-alf-past 10. ? JAM13S C. ELMS, Honorary Secretary. NOTlC'kl. — A desirable Leu32ho!d I'ropsrty for sale nt I3urwood, conaistin'g of a Wtfiitlicrboard j Cottage with twaSfi^mp; a (|.urterof an acre of '7s- grnund, nil fencedj^yfv^fl of g od water; also, nu , oven, and othdTTOfi^iences, ut present rented nt *' 5s per week. Fo^aniculars, avplV to Mr. Lewis. ' on t!io j)iguiise:i;/!- tc Mr. llAKHi^rvEA!i-kVl$o--!- iioio. ? j/wcfC^y- ^ EOR SAL'i, in Pit Town, a. Weatherbiiw Ct tnge of two roo.m, each Jt6 x 14, on hxlf an *|» acre of groin d, to wjuali ihej'eiAwo'frimtnges.j The ? cottage is furniiihediwdryl^fllmjitiire may be taken with or without llT?noti3a afn vajjmtion. O'- thy ground, Iwhiuh ii cultivnlcd, ara/j/uit tytes jf&afi kinds. Apply ti--jQiiMi*vlAHONj»f^jt^ifcUt ^y^ ilrCA I.FK'S M~UtlNE AS-.UR^NCE* , OFEKjjir ' ? / l^-idge-st...

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TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. On Tursdiiy eveuins;. the usual weekly meeting took place iu tha oi'dfellituV hall, and the attendance on this occasion wjr much mure numerous than on the previous one. Dr. PutnoKGS being called to tho chair, said, it afforded him considerable pleasure on this, r,s on a previous occasion, t.i preside and to have the satisfaction i-f introducing to their notice a aentlcinan, a native (if the colony, and au advocate nf the t ul abstinence principle. Such young men as Mr. 1 lines and Mr. Cavanough, devoting their time and talents lo the souial iinprovemeiit of their native laud, were tn be valued as Ihe hope of their country, if estimated by their tendencies and the dire, t'-n in which they were employing the talents which had boon given thorn. Such a circum stance invests occasions of the kind with peculhr and n1 ditinnal interest to those who perceive the necessity of this doine.-tic and social regeneration, as cssuntial to the attain ment of a liiyher titiimlard...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A LOVING HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. A LOVING HEART. Sunny eyes may lose their brightness, Nimble 'fcet fornet their liphtness ; . Pearly teeth may now decay, . Raven trpsres turn to e;rey ; \ Cheeks bi ;*le and eves be dim, *. Fuint the voice and weak the limb ; , \ J5ut though voice and strength depart,^ ,'lRideJess is a loving ^eart. flike the litt\rr^klainVvver, Peeping fortb- -%n»y »*, '? 1. - ?'When-ihe summer breath is-fled, %^* Anftlbe'gaudier Howcrets dead : . So wheu-outward.charinifare gone, Brightpr still iloth blossnnw-n, ftupite time's destroy iUjTiatt, . ^Be gentle, kimty, loving heart. 1 ' . v^ealth and tnleht%*'ill avail,*'- ' ? When on life's rou^n.sea we sail : N ? ^?'YetSbe. weBlth majj nnjlt like suow, And the wit no longer grow ; But more smooth we'll find the sea, . . i And our course the fairer be, \ If our pilot,\when we- start, *J»c a kiiidly, TpvTtig'JieVit. 'Tfe in v/orldW*visJom old, Ye who bend tbe knee to gold j Both this earth as lovely seem, As it did in lire's young dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

AconrTr.D Tundkus, — Thu i'olluw ng tender Iiiis been ucui'pts I by the Government :— For the erection uf a liglithuuse iintl lnirbour-iniistcr'fl qunrters, at Edon ; Messrs, Shugog and Co.

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Newcastle Police. MONDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

'ilewcastie police. MONDAY. (Reforo Mr. Scott. P.M.I Iliehard Full, labouier. v«,s fined 5a., or 2V hours in the c:\te, for being drunk in'HuKter.street, on the 19lh insta ll esiryiW inter, tailor, was also' fined .Is., or 24 hours in the ccits/fojrbeiiip: drunk in a public place, on the 10th im.t.— — ftabcr. £i-v:ii, ccair.au, was fintd 20s., or -5S hours in the cells, for bsimr drunk and disorderly in Iluiiter.street, on thetoOth instant. j\ncs Knc, chipsmith, appeared to answer a stinimons charting him with keeping 8 savage dog, which had attacked and Hfcfen one Catheiinc Man by, on the 17th instant. The matt6r7liowever, was settled between the parties. ,? llicharJOvetidt'n, seaman, made application fora wa'pr man's Iicsiirc, to ply to und from the Market Whartj whieh was granted. v THF.SDAV. ? (Rtfora Mr. Ifnnnel), J.I*., nnd Mr. Hnnclaud, J.P.) ? ? Joseph Ely, cook, was bruught up, 011 warrant, clurged with uhscntiiiK liimsclf from his hired service with Air. Morris Maguey, on ...

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To the Editor of the Newscastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

'rc Mr Hiilhr cf tka l\ew-:uslk Chionh.le. Siii--.i.'iir ??ii'uij.t-ii--? living raK«i! & ur-rt -unu a very env mi; It (iiiu i,id in tha review held ut S.vd.icy, .mi .Siiti.r clay lint, J toupii.c:' iwuio nit'i-. a s!:i,u!:i bv ln«»o ui' iiio piv-'.t .i.'nshii.i.i cii-aiiid iiiraoi: Fiiilay '.:?-, wlu'.i tiu'y vm bi.ilifi! !'. r tint jiurpos?, cspeuially mi their incrch I'ioui the ba'iiii'k.. tu un1 'vliarl'w.'s ihcir first nulilic iiiuit'i.riui.'U. A vci,\ i-u'j tmmiji.r i.-f 'lie titi.'-.ciis - (au.l I initst noi:iiii-v- luiiisf iri.vs; ;:' , ;io ul' tiiuin; i.'okuil oil ihc viiliiiitei*; in.ivo 1 1 ?-. . ; t |uv\'i ill;, l.i tiii-i wiln iiltii ti! tu;,! ii.iiiii'eioucf, but tiji'M1 iuip.VM'ima wuv s-.i.ui di^ijidtutl. On tho ji.i..iuu.s.. i.'.'i'.,'.l v.ini.-ssiiig1 ih.'ir ni-.u\!ai'ii. n.ul nusorviu;; liu-i'.1 i.il ilior.likb hciiring wnli tliVii1 steady regtiiar tli'ps t.) liio Kii'ii'iix of -iiarti'il niiiiiiu, llivy-pnvu wnt ti tlic;r fceiiugs in uuhi.Vi'.ii :i -t|i;j...

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NEWCASTLE TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

NEWCASTLE TIDE T.VBL'R. Commencing January 1'i, nnd-cnding Fcbruiry 2, 18 jl. n „ .„ n.^o 'Moon's Forenoon , Afternoon Day /spDate. ^ojl Tide, j Tide. 1801. I Days. ii.m. ii.m. J*tmarv20.. Saturday... 13 10.M J0.15 „ ' 27..|Suiiday ? 10 II. 0 H.2J „ 28.. j. Monday.... 17 1J/M 12. 0 „ 2y..Tucsd»v... 18 ? 12.23 MM „ 3--..i Wednesday. ID 1.0 l:iO „'?? «l..!Thnr»day-.. 20 141 ... i Fehy....l.. Fridav..... 21 2.2 2.2* I .- '„ 2.. Saturday...1 ;22 ? 2AH ? P..V2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

~1 Steam to Sydney. 1 The Australasian Steam Navi \ ration Company's Steamers will leave [ .Morpetii (calling at Newcastle), ? until ftirther notfcgw- / ' YS \ m ^-r I I Collar*?, Captain Mulhalu . ? I at 7 o'clock a.m. / GEORGE B. DIBBS & CO., * ', Agents, Scott-street. January 4, 1861. ? tt TO TWOFOLD BAY. 1REST PORT TO KIANDRA. I Steamers leave the Australasian I Steam Njutigatum Company'3 Wharf, I Syanes^or/EDEKf TWOFOLD I BAY, T/ic/ a WjKk. ^f j jclVbmJg piramoNS), s:s. I den, tjrero arc several capital inns and I . :h goods can be obtained at Sydney ! :s of accommodation, at easy stages, all I indra. BTTaNTED, on CHARTER, v/skIs for the fol IV lowing ports— ty/ / j ? Sydney, Melbourne, Xdelaide, / and New JKealandjf W .pplication to -2-^ / ff) GEOftGE Wp2LY & CO., ? Scott and Bolton streets. Newcastle. tth January, 1861. / ? V IATBNT SLIP, STOCKTON.— The un dersignpd is nrepa^&^fotaEe vessels upon the : - (to remain six lioun/prfr temporary repairs)/ an...

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THE CASE OF LIEUTENANT SEAVER AND ADDERMAN TIGHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

THE CASK OF LIKUTE^ANT' SEAV3H ? ANDvA'COTMtMAN TIG HE.. ? We briefly feySft %o iU[ti matter again, lost it Rbould be cinsiiiireilvtiiat the whole ma ter has been comprehended nnd disposed (if by the spe oial information oldcnna'n Tighe lias supplied in - :ret'erehico^o it. ' He tniulit have spared himself ? ? llj'a 'trooble/^ipc'e tlie . informaiioii u« to. the - usual cusionl' of euimnoniiig full honolios on cer tain oeca^ToVa Hms. been supplied from a more legitimate Boorce', «is wiU have been observed by \ tlio cotnmuuination of our police magistrate. It was not t- the usiiaR, customs of tliis kind V to which »ur S«-p»ineutaNwere directed, but to those unusuittiJiut too /reqiirnt, irregularities ' that are pruulicod by interested parties concerned in thojuliuinistnition of tho l»w. Mr nldornian Tigbo, with his usual tact, evades all these points, and confines himself to ' the exhibition of the intimate knowledge be possesses as a non-tnenibe^&f the bench, us to now certa...

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To the Editor of the Newcaslte Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 January 1861

To the E.ii/or of th- Newvstk Chranirle. Slit— Sometime ago. during the silling of the last parli amentary .session, an attempt wns mink* to facilitulc trull'ic and improve the transit of people from Miuini, Raymond Tenvsce, Fullerton, and the Parading Ground, and their I'if.-.rts were chirlly directed U the shifting of the llcxtmm railway station fr-im its present poMtion to the crnsshiR of the Miniiii mlKiiiy. As this has m-t yet been accouiplishi'd allow ine to refresh your memory, as thu very desirable object is not to he lost sight of, a. id the gaining of which will be u boon that will n.it be fairly appreciated until the benefits lire fail ly seen and kuuvvii. The present railway station, known a:s the Ilexham station, is noarly a mile west from the crossing of thn Mir.mi railway, and neer tho point where the said Miuini railway falls ilito the river, is tiie ferry, or crossing. place, which accommodates the in. habitant of Itaymond Terrace, the Cabbage Tree, To;na gi, Corbsr...

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