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GOLD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

GOLD NKWS. IiiONOtitK QoAitrz ltKUF. — Iii our 1 ait issue wf stilted that, lioin some cause or other u difference had arisen between a few of l\n miners and the pro (trie ors of the new crushing machine which- lias been recently opened. This was also referred tu by our correspondent at Ii-onburk, an 1 so far exonerates u*. We have received a note from a gentlemen who should be well ucqtiaintcd with the mutter, froiii which we make an extract: — ' I notice in your last pnper, some remarks respecting n diirerence between the miners and the proprietors of the new crushing machine. The miners (with the exception of your correspondent and his parly) appear satisfied, 'mid tlie machine has now work bc-tb e her for a- consider able time. The miners appear anxious as to who shall have the quartz crushing first.' We have re ceived some further information from a gentleman who left the reef on Monday last. He informs us that, after working for a short time on last Monday week pro forma, the ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

WOLliOMSI. act my last communication of I* lO.tIL Mr. Chartres, tntnetor fur portion N«i. 2 of ths new iKie of road di. rtbeUruuk, has completed his Vontract, which has .' ipproved by the gentlemen forming the road coin '' ' toflistyealV 'fhewqrk^ins been performed accord. '?''^ idicipecincaflu'. ami within a reasonable period, and '''' to be regretted (hat fuiras arrnot yet available for the J*'1' lw of mountain. Mr. Welling'* portion, No. 1, in lng.' tt present finislieil sufficiently for the inspection of the ''! u rniltft It i« somewhat strange that tenders have not i ailed for such portions of tire road as are in much of rcp&ir. cttber fine «nd seasonable. Ploughing throughout the net is now being carried on with vigour. petition to the Postmaster. General is now under enn idonofthe inhabitants on the It rook, for a postal ito be established from Wollombi to liroke (the new ibip)i to connect with Singleton, which would be of Itenice to the public, and sure the delay occ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

?..MAITLAND. [From the Mernuri/.) Visit or 111s Excbllkncy Shi John jounoi ?- r.Ativ Vouno.— We understand that the following * w outline of the intended movements of his KxcellewT'r1 ' iireneiit proposed, though the nrrangoiiienty-m/iy f0w M1 led, if necessary, to suit public convenience* TuesJ ? aStb June: His'Exeellency aiW Lady Y0UI14', AlewH *1 Mr. Turville, the private secretary, and I.oid Johnli « leur.A.D.C, wilMenve Sydn«^'.at eight a.m., wach B| »«? castle at two p.m., remain tw» hauri, receive »AmHt, 'K and then proceed to Muitland by train, atfuurpfui* arriving, proceed to tho Northumberland, where it 11J w cipatcd the party will remain undisturbed for the remm * of the day. On Wednesduy, the 2(jth, the order ef toe » will be, first to receive aridrciscw. next to open Exhtt an at School of Arts, next to hold levee or presentation*' ra lastly, dinner in the evening. On Thursday, !nth, tin* )» will be to visit East Muitlund and Morpeth, ill tin *- noon, and present colours...

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POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

1' 0 L 1 V,,E . WKDNKSDAY. (l)efore H. Scott, Ksu.. P.M.) oriel Juliu Mnry, a French scumun, was hronght up on rlcion of having denertcd from a ship at Sydney. He ill that he had left an American phip some ill red weeks t, and had noiliseharge, hs tlie American Consul wanted UrgthiniH fee of IOs. on it; that he had since bjcu king in the hush, but where oi with whom lie could not md it was shown llut lie' had just arrived from Sydney M nf the steamers. His worship sent, the cuse tube wed of at the Water Police Court, Svduev. ' knext case seemed to excite great interest, the court W ebeing crowded. We copy from the pulice.sheet : — 'K *J Harper, overseer to the A. A. Company, assaulting n' tables Conk and f.evick, and rescuing a prisoner from ^ ij,on the ilth instant. — Wiuship, manager to A. A. *' pauy, same charge. John Uullman (ulterwards given 'i' ilwer). tame I'hargu. - Mr. Drawn, as also Mr. Thomp ^ from Msitlaud, appeared for the defence. Mr. Drown M ncd llie bench, desiring t...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

SINGLETON. tot Iiicellaneous. — A party of surveyors are busy x* king out a line for the contemplated tramway, *y itid Singleton. -Nearly ull the wheat has been ' b; tome of it is. a foot high ; . there is a great fof inise of a fine cio-ji. Several large, sub-tantiut. rot elegant houses are in course of erection in Sin - ?eJ in, and the neighbourhood. Singleton's ne-v **? I if nearly finishe 1. The hospital is nearly roofed, j'°' in a month or two it will be completed. — Corret- ,„!$ itiilof Empire,. June 14. aft Ueno.VKEBiNo itkms.— Mr. rnninas Argent, jun., Lii Hi in Singleton yesterday, for the purpose of courting im pitronage of the electors. We understand that this Ui Unita intends to address the electors of this district in ill ioupirbof the electorate, in a few days, of which due icli. ici will be given. The names of Mr. James Martin, L,| of Mr. Robert Scott Hos-, are freely mentioned as mi, lytobenmnimited. Mr. David Buchanan, M.I', fur (hi tpelh, arrived in Singleton to-da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

Stationery, Books, Wrapping Paper, &c. rpHK undersigned have always on hand, n large ?*? supply of superior stationery, account hooks, wrapping paper, &e~, which they import direct tVoin Lomton, consisting of — Writing pnper.s, envelopes, wedding and other fancy stationery, surveyors' nnd engineers' drawing papers, tracing pupcrs, nn J calico ; drawing ma terials, mathematical instruments, CHARTS, AND NAUTICAL STATIONARY, church BL'i'vices, prayer books, family and pocket liiblca in various bindings, school books and school stationery, albums, portfolios, scrap books, manifold writers, copying presses, copying books, and other requisites, music books' unu paper, violin mid violeuccllo strings. WRAP J? I N « P APEHS, Imperial, bug enp, royal hand, single nnd double demy, double crown, nud double small hand wrapping papers. STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED. BOOKS, PBIUODICALS, AND UNGLISH NEWSPAPERS received by Overland Mail, and delivered to SUUSCIUBUUS in Newcastle, and within ...

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. The committee appointed at .the public, meeting lust week, held* fur the purpo e of /considering how his Kxcelrency should be r cei\ed in Newcastle, met on Friday afternoon, in the' court-houae, — the Mayor in the chair. His womhip read the following letter from Mr. Turvjlle, private secretary to his Excel lency i-r. '? i ???.?' ! . ' JOth June, )86I. | Sin— I Imve the honour to acknowledge the receipt of j your letter of the 17th instant. In reply, 1 am directed I by his Kxcellency to slate, that lie feels most gratiiied by j the preparations being made for his reception at Newcastle; | but »« regards Friday evening, though most sensible of ? your kind hospitality, in proposing to give him an enter. \ tainiiient on that day, he is compelled to. decline your invi. 1 ration, as existing iirrBiigements preclude the possibility of | his accepting it. Will you therefore kindly undertake to | convey his Kxcelleucy'i best thank*, and make his causes l known to the co...

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CORRESPONDENCE. The writers of these letters, of course, are alone responsible for the sentiments or factt contained in them. CYMEDITHAS LENDYDDOL, NEWCASTLE. "Oes y byd ir Jajth Gymraeg" [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. Th* writcrt.ef thru let ten, of course, art atom rtm.' i'Mi fur the tentimtUt or favtt cmtatrud'in lUpT' cymdeitSas* lenyddol NEWCASTLE. '?'?'?'. M Oes y'byd-i'r Jaith Qvmraw.' Meddyliwf y bydd yn dm noff. gan bob.cymro tfnir yn caru vr lien oineraeg yngbyd a cWdd m.wh .»/-£ d.eth, gly wed fod Cymdeithas nnwydd wedi «i 'uthi,. ygymdogwth hon, dan yr euw C/mdeilhai Len*ddo| V dan uawdd yr y«go_l Sabbat hoi. Llawjro Siaradly-Uikffi bod, gydd galwg av sefydlujCymdeitha. o'r natSufi yn y lie hwn. ojid yn bresey^^e yn hoff genyf WrZ tod hyny wedi e\ ddyn oddiamglkh. ^ ^ l'an sylfaeiiwya em CymdeiiRii, traddoaVyd trwl arddcrchog, gan SWttjjomaiLcwis, ».r y cyLJ^ Dyno) yn ynghy»yin»'rmd.gMtb, nescreub/., vii yr boll wyddtodohon BT blffl^y sefydliad. MBe m,L le i gredu y bydd ein Oymdeilbai « leu yu yr »ra»| «» uilytti ein I'yd-gt'iiedl. . Llwydd iddi, med hewyllysiwr da, Ei swyddoijiuii ,d,m yrhai a ganlyn, Llywydd, John Hoi-kins j TryiwA b MJheKAl^.ViBrifl!liy' TH0MAS EVAN...

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THE REV. W. CHAUNCERS PUBLIC STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

-THE HKV. W. CHAUCER'S PUH IC ' -i-- STATEMENT. A Public m;j.i2tin|f was held on tli» evening of the 1 2t[i insLint, at the Tempurunco Hull, Pitt-stre.'t. Sydney, lor the purpos.j of he:ir iii'-j th-J ttev. W. Olia-icw's stntemeJit, rela tive to liis recent imprisonment. At least 500 per win wore present. We give, iiicjc tenso, Mr. Chaucer's speech, as published in ths Empire of Momliry last. On the motion of .\lr. Morrison, seconded by Mr. W. F. Itjid, tins llov. ,\. Voller was called to tlu chair. Tlu Ch.iir.rnin opaiied the proceedings hy staling his Uelifjf'trut the law hud been broken by Mr. Cliaucer, but that the breach wns not ititsntionnls ; be (Mr. (Jhauor) might have usu-.linore caution since his imprisonment, he lia:l been mr Jigned without liuindiLtions, muro especially 'hy the public Press, which, next to the min isters of the Gospel, was the most powerful agency for good in society. Mr. Chaucer ?would return to the scene of his labors for the past twenty years, without...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A STRAY ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

OKKJIXAL POETRY. A STttAY ADVKRTISKMENT. Wanted, n hand to join my own, As down life's vale I filiile ; - Wanted, an arm to link iniuu own, For ever at my side. Wanted, a firm and steady mind, ^ With resolution free ; \ To join its fuitunus, and so bind v \ Its course in lift* with inc. Wanted, a form, erect anil neat, Hut not loo much di*piay'd ; Wanted, companion lit and ineut, For which the fair were made. Wanted an eve within whose depths s Mine own might look and sue, tprisings I'min a guileless heait, O'ciIIjivii nidi love I'm me. Wanted, a pure, religious soul, To pious purpose given ; With whom mine own might pass ul'Jiig, The roud that leads Iu hvaven. Newcastle, June Ifi, l«jl. I). V.

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ORDINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

0 LI \) I X A T J O X . Tin: ordination of the Rev. Mr. B.iin, and his ap pointment to the pastoral charge. of tliu eon .? rogation iu Ne ens le. belonging to the synod of Eastern Australia, which perhaps is better known as a reli v'unu dcnoinin.itiiin under the style uf^thc Free Church of Scotland, touk place on Thursday evening last, at llm oddf'cl uws' hall. The rev. geiitli'inuii came out to this colony some where about twelve mouths ago, and has since been niliciating wit ? much acceptance at Sydney, AJialton, Siuglvtoii, and latterly in Newcastle, where his pri vate virtues, as well as his cl-rical qualifications, at tracted the nulice of a considerable p'ir ion of the community hi'lungiug to that division uf the Christivn church, uud the. result of this connect on was a vcry uuinurously-signed ' c.dl ' to- Mr. liaiu t.i bee me their minister. This requisition huving been sub mitted to the pro) cr church court — the Presbytery ut' tin; d s rict — th(! matter was subjected to a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

PRINCESS ;4lSfeTHEATRE. GRJJAT TREAT.' FOE ONE NIGHT ONLY ! THK Hanmerian Urass Unnd will ploy tha niott popular ove-tures of tho dny. Also, selections from the following operas — / Sonniu#bulii. /-- — liJeretiu Borgia *~. / . II Travatore ' / s . William Tell. ' { Also, the newest quadrilles and pi It.is. MR. W. UriEVBLAND, The renowned clog danaer,.wil) show some now ste p»- during the. evening,. t SIR. W.. SMITH, T.jie great- comic singer, will. sin? 'Salts and Sannu,'' and ' The 1'erfect Cure,.' by desire. Doord-open at 7 o'clock precisely on this oc«u»ion. Admission, 6d ? M. M'A'GNKY, Proprietor. A BALL will tako plnc/at tho M A ITL AN D ? , HOTELfcm JDUjfSl»'Yrth»24th instant, in. / honor of \ns/E\»e&nfy S/fivions Youno'h visit to- ^.v. Newcastle. fSi^gle|tia\g|S,i&-. ; double, 7s. 61. / N^If. — A. rWI bana will be iu attendance. ? J AA»ES -SM ITHElt.VPi-oprwlo*, y' ED6t3ATlKTr / rf^ X. fwrunit v-w^-\^\i^^l4i^Wmr ' / of July. Vncuncies for boarders auu day pupi...

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TO D. A. R. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

TO D. A. H. No doubt you thiirkyou've dime me quite — In this I own you're nearly right ; I do assure you I've not time, To answer such a lengthy rhyme. Your praise and shunter's one to me, So short and sweet this piece will bu. Mv last was not meant to insnire Iu my breast such vengeful ire. ' I'evr, aye, perhaps not one at all, Would think it more than just a scrawl ; lint ere I knew of friends or foes. I was told of a man with a wise So long, he took all to himself; I now think thou must be the elf. You musty, crusty, vile old elf, llelieve me 1 would mil lower myself, I'nr either your praise or your love. Oh, no, all this I'm far abuve. I'm sure you must have tired the printer With that long suranl, as harsh as winter, Sorry, loo, such rhyme or lener, Came from you who should know better. Ah, well, 1 know you have been blighted, So I'll fur/five you, poor benighted. You know,' ah well, I'll leave that b ? k, lint don't forget about the tank ; 1 might tire arrows more direct, Hut...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

Tu tin: Etlitvr of tha Newcastle ChronicU. Sin — Observing in your issue of Wednesday, mat''! moil* letter animudvcrling 011 the Hev. W. Chaucer, If tu state, in reply, that after visiting my stations, indMi at leisure for an hour or two, I will stand forth aspubllf as the writer .seems to wish, in this district too. trontl manner in which that 'stub in lhe dark' coinmencjl epistle, he appears to take me for some quack or tuw maed pretender tn physic. If mi, he is mistakeu, ato libels be wishes to liear of he will probably know to ' false and malicious libels' sooii enouglr. In S-d« am no stranger, and here I defy this wrjtinor. »njo« sny in truth, that they or he cwlfiiw ine'diWWiiB ?»' man. Wishing you better use for your column l- allowing them to be prostituted to »er\'« private piq' anonymous scribblers, 1 remain, sir, yourii.lruly. WILLIAM CHAUCEf .lune '20, 18(11.

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MAJOR-GENERAL PRATT ON THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Nelson Examiner [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

MAJOR-GENEKAT. PRATT ON TILE WAIC IN NEW ZEALAND. Nelson Examin r, Jwie 8. A bmiquet was given to Mujor-Gcuerul Pratt hi the Exhibition building, Melbourne, «u the 10th May, at which Liuumnant Colonel A'uiliiison of the' Voluutorrs occupiudf the chair. His Excellency tho Governor of Victoriii, Colonel Pitt, Cuptuin Mowmt, Mnjoi- Stewurt, Licnt.'uaut-Colonel Carey, inid several other gentlemen of disiinctiun were prcseui. The Chairman, in proposing thu toast of the evening, 'The health of Major- Uenrul Pratt,' said 'he hud' no wish to oust any ro flcctinns upon- the press, but, he must remark that oven iu the great Times, during tho Cri mean war, to the most inferior newspaper, no- journal was excapt from the liability of being misled. * * The Major-General had boun oareful nf the Queen's troops when he prevon Ced. them- from rushing to destruc tion iifctho storming o(. it pulij bit h.j wiis.to.i little chary of risking hi« own-life on ull pos si'ble oci.'iisions.1' ' .VFiijor-O-ener...

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INSOLVENT COURT. N.W INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. M W INSOLVENTS. June 14.— Charles King, of Lower Arulueu, goldmiuer. Liabilities, i.J'i0 Us. ljd. Assets— value of pursona) pro perty, JC4. JJelicit, i'SO 11s. ljd. June 14.— Thomas Kelly, of Nimitybil, storekeeper. Liabilities, £lo'2li. Assets— value of real property (mort gaged), £131111 ! of personal property, £'200. Total, 4,'ISOO. Deficit, £'200. June 17.~James Robert Elliott, late of the firm of J. and II. Elliott, of G ration. Liabilities, £05 Is. Assets value of nominal property, £11. JJelicit, £47 Is. June 17.— Henry Herbert KUiott, late of the firm of J. mid II. Elliott, of Gnifton, genem) producers. Liabilities, £\'Z 1Kb. Assets, £3. Deficit, £7 lu's. June 17.— John William Wheeler, of lSathurst, tailor. Liabilities, £151 Si. 4d. Assets— value of personal pro. nerty, £S7; outstanding debls, £6tlls. Cd. Tetal, £01 1«. JJeflcit, £60 13». lOd. . \ June 17.— Owen Turner, of Goulhurn, storekeeper. Li. abilities, JL'3731 (Js. Id. Assetsr-valuo of rtiil property...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

To lite Editor of the NeaizuUlc.ChronicU. Sir — Your is me ut tlie l.itli instant conUint (wlui U called) the tliird quarterly report of -he Pit Town Ocopt, rativeSociety. Now, as the state of the allkSrx of i)ji» ^. ciety interests me (for my own bonour*j their ltte nm nger) I hope you will grant me- the fa*ur or insening i few remarks upon it at present ; but as^die documtm in question is a piece of ludicrous composition, and (irilk. mutically) .a gross blunder, I. have waited m the exuxh.' tiun that tins day's (Wednesday) hn\t wutitd cimtain aeon rcct slalcmedt, but as it does not, I am forca) to lhe ^n elusion that the statement— (bearing, as it ^Buinigiii. ture of the secretary, notwithstanding llqBWeiuJiloi seems to have been from home on the oucuiou)— nmh the real stale of their affairs (and a sorry one it it) comini out boldly, with ull the display of the proud, gay, dubiu merchant, evidently in the height of prosperity, while ou peep into the secrets uf his counting-house r...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. I2nnbii-(ii,yn.n Coal,— As n proof tliut this coal is now greatly appreciated in Nelson, we would muii. .tion that thirty ton* have been raised uud brought into the city within the past week, uud t nt no less than 1,029 tons huve bet-u supplied by Mr. Jenkins since he took the mint) into his own hands. — Xclson Examiner, June 8. IIIUST AND AOKNCV (Jo.Mr.lNY OF AU&MIAMI (limited). — ,V prospcctiH appears in our columns of a company bearing the ubuve title, uhicli has just been formed in Lund n, the objects of which, if suc cessfully carried out, will bu highly beneficial to all tho Australasian colonies, and to none m -i'e so tliiiu lo the youngest of these colonies, New Z-.inluiul, where the nood of Bi-itUh capital U an severe! folt. The esta 4U nnent of this company will all'unl facili ties for the introduction hereof sjine of this cupiUl, both for public and private purposes, and wu lire therefore gltid to find, on thu authority of the Aus tr.al'mnand Ne...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BURRANGONO. Sunday, 6 a.m.— The escort leaves with 2483 oza. of gold, and L560 in cash. The state of business is 'unaltered. OOOI.BURN'. Tuesday, 8 p.m. — The southern escorts arrived to-night with the following: amounts of gold .— Burrangong. 2447 O2«. 5 dwts. 3 grs. ; liraidwood, 1343 ozs. 9 dwts. 7 grs. ; Adelong, 1012 or*. 0' dwts. 2S gn. ; Kiandra, 588 ozi. 0 dirts. 0 grs. ; Cooma, 55 ozs.*8 dnts. 4 grs. MEl.BOURNh. Monday Evening. — The weather has been showery, but is now again fine. A meeting of the Executive was held to-day, when ministers resolved to aik, and the Governor decided to grant, them a dissolution of the assembly. This has taken the majority greatly by surprise. Saturday Evening.— The vote of want of confidence in the Government was carried by a majority of 37 to 19. The debute lasted until one o'clock this afternoon. The champion foot race was won.' by Harrison, beating Mount iu three events— the first by a loot, thit second by three yaids, an...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

SHIPPING. AHKIVAI.K. June 19.— PILOT, schooner, 90, Hrowri, from Auck land, N.Z. ' ' - JuneJJO.— ttRAPTON. fcteamer, from Sydney. Juno 20.— KKUANCE. brig. JI8; Smith, from Auck. land, N.Z. flinele jdiI Co., agents. June 21. -WILLING LASS, schooner. 107, Nicolson, from Sydney. , June 21.- FAIR TASM AN IAN, schooner, I6!f, I'nller, from Syniiey. June'2L— WANJ)ErlEH, brig, IK), Smith, from Svd n«y. \V. H. Whyte, agent. ? ' ' «° de.lel'i their own cause, or disfigure mThL'fr'5 T gag; fts^s.1 issiSS?* - T T»X !.*«? P*?08 ' 1uitf «' ™ end. ' red' And before very Jong will take one Tori wife ? Then here', for a wife C. and H., that «y you for To a bacueior'tfife forever adieu. ' LINES TO THE COMET.* »», Mo»t beautiful star with celestial lighf Oh brilliant and beautiful wandering star ani1 Thou circl.st the jn hh ,;^ * ?-«. Or w/ld'hf'? T0l-°'n0 tr«'«««8 the sky, a'd ur hw«ld of happiness teat from on high. ft-£j?''*5-Tgcl\wnatcver tllou »ff, -fty. i?h^?S A. hour after hour on your journey...

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