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

1v »k AJ3U^'iidersigiied^re prenn/ed to ^^^/0Wancj£ for^Ultf ING VESSELS, ^J_JJSjitg5'jr 'Itt'^fffii *** |-euso»ableVates. ^=*B*™7^/t''or' iBPcTc Wars, applf to ? GEORGE R. DIBBS&CO., Srolt-slreet. Agents. STEAM TO SYDNEY. 1 i The Australasian Steam Navi fcyrlSL potion Company's Steamers will leave Bg^ Moni'BiH (calling at Newcastle), .: ?*$»&ia3P during the ensuing month, as follows : TlTKSDAYS^ \ CotiAiiyf. Captain jMulhall, FRIDAYS/7/J ^- / 8 °'clock a'm- SATURDAYS J at s oc'ock ''in. : i ,, GEORGE R. IMBBS& CO., '-M6K Agents, Scott-street. Newcastle, June, 18CI. To the Bocky River and Peel Minors, and Others. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. / i O- ^'E »'lst-c'uss clipner Ship ' MfDAS,' l liffiftflT^. lMOtoll*'wll'l'leni'ttV»ig«iown«'rivediit | j£|Mg^ this llort fr°ln Melbourne, is laid on for ' Q273ZES0 Stf Francisco direct, and lias still a tea. berths diftfig&gejJTv She wLH positively sail on (be 2oth I'MfrY Parcies/desirous of pro ceeding to y^ff'/^^^'i^f w...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 22 June 1861

Ox Tuesday next, bis Excellency the Gj vernor-in-Chief will bo welcomed nt the whnrf of ouy noble harbour, by the citizuns of Newcastle. Th«t it will ben thoroughly honest and ? hearty welcome is certain, and ibat it will be confined to no cliwa or section ol. tlie community is just ns sure. The huzzas with which the governor will be greeted will be true Pritish cheers, and this homage will be rendered because ho is. the representative of the .Queen of England, than whom her Majesty has no more loyal ' subjects thau those of New South Wafes. -All the pnpers of the day will te«m with addressed brimful of ?eulogium. We trust they may not go further than that, because we think that honest praise loses its dignity by descending to adulation. It will not for n moment be supposed thai; we are less warm in our welcome, of the gentleman whose ex ulted station calls forth those remarks — so far from that, we hope to place before our read ers good reasons for holding his Excellency in slill h...

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

EXPORT OF COAL'. Coai. and C6*Fi-KR Company.— Sydney, 137(1 tons; Su'amerv, 134 ton.. Total, 1501 tuns.

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

Newcastle :-Printed and published by thaProprwUin II . M ? D 1 c K e N and J. B a K e B, at the Chronieh General Printing Office, Dolton-Btreet. Wedneid»r. June 20, 1601.

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ? r ? Melancholy Occurrence on tub Clyde. — Sbvbn Lives Lost. — Ono of tho saddest oc ourrcuces wliioh has happened for many years, in connection with tho river Clyde, took place on Saturday afternoon at Govan, whereby at least seven lives have been lost. The river seoarner Loohgoil, from Loohgoilhead, under tho command of Captain Archibald M'Intyre, as usual called at ureenock, where a considerable number of workmen, engaged ia the Black Prince war frigate, at present lying in the Vio toria Harbour, Greenock, went on board with the view of visiting their friends ia Glasgow, Govan, Purtriok, &o., doubtless intending to re turn on Monday morning. Tbings went on well until the steamer reached Govan ferry, where a number of tho men wished to go ashore. By this time many of them wero much the worse for liquor. When the ferry-boat, iu chargo of James Docherty, ferryman, appiouchcd the steamer, a rush of tho Black Prince workmen was made into tho boat, so that so...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

1 1 Feauful Stoum. — Yesterday evening, sud [ ™n'y» ' a fearful thundorstorm, aooompanincd l Wito hail, broke over tho Valley of tho Pugo — i/jpowind blowing a porfoot hurricane; it 0011 1 tinuod about two hours. Although tho hail : '°ieswdro aa largo as marblos, wo havo not at Present hoard of any damage dono.—Mercuru, June 26.

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 — 26 June 1861

- .Hollowa v's Pills and Ointmbnt.— Established Household remedies.— No mediciiicH aremoro cdlcient or wore safe under any circumstances than Hollownys' well Mown preparationa.nnd nono are, therefore, so well adapted [or family use. They possess the actue anil essential inerapeuticnl powers presented by tho vegetiiblo kingdom . St.?x?f''nB l'° onuses of disease from the human system, wth Holloways, Pills and Ointment are nllko devoidof nil mineral and vegetable poisons. They may bo used with fi?' 'fety to tho child and by the adult, being simple «« efficacious in their operations. No household should * *ithout a supply of Hollownys, Pills and Ointment, ns '»«y will be found always useful in restoring from aeei «nt« injuries, constitutional complnint?,' or obstructed

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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TELEGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

TELEGRAPHS. During tho past month tho first portion of tho Northern telegraph extousion, from Mait land to the boundary of Queensland, has been completed. Stations for the transmission of messages were, on the 12th instant, opened at Muswellbrook and at Murrurundi. The total length of this portion of the extension is 104 miles, and it has been finished a month before the contract time. The second portion of the Northern line, which will carry the wire from Murrurundi to Maryland, on the Queensland boundary, is completed as far as Tenterfield, leaving only about forty miles to be done, towards which the holes are sunk and the poles driven for a considerable distance. 'J he contract will have been finished, and the wire probably stretched from Sydney to Queensland before we pub lish oue next summary ; but tho Queensland wire will not be ready for connecting with it for some two or three mouths after that time. leJegraph stations are to be established at Tamworth, Armidale, Glen Innes,...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

RAILWAYS. We have at lust the satisfaction of report ing an amicable, and, it is hoped, finarsettle nicnt of the dispute between the Government and the ageius of Sir M- Peto and Co It will be remembered Unit these differences, which commenced between Mr. llhodrs and the Kail wny Department, almost immediately after the contracts were taken, turned princi pally upon questions of engineering practice. The contractors wero allowed by the Govern ment to commence their works before signing nny contract, the letti-rs which had passed between them, and which inclu-loil a schedule «)f prices, being c msidored by the Govern ment sufficiently binding. It is clear that the works were proceeded with prematurely, J ns upon many of the conditions of the agree ment the contractors put a totally different intcrpetution from, that of the Engineeviu chief. The principal points in dispute were — the supply of rails and chairs for temporary purposes; tho priee to be paid for excavating shnle ; the pric...

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 — 26 June 1861

A Special Tkain. — We observe that Mr. Uccston, railway manager, has announced an extra special train to. day ( Wednesday) in consequence of.tlie opening of tlie ex. hibitlon by the Uovcnior-iii. Chief nt West Mailland.

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

ON SALE,Q5yVe undersigned— ADI'^LBKPlNK FLOUR, best brand*. yr C^j. & A. BROWN, / Newcastle. TO COMMANJ^ftBOF VESSELS, ^-c.-FOR SALE, l'wlMEyPO'lMCCO, at lowest prices. 'V ^l2___? R- DIBBS & C0- / TV\ II E undersigned are purchasers of good Maizb ^ I and first class LiieejrtTe rfi(LQalen Hat. GEO RVk flVLJJY AND CO Newcastle, 10th May.'Tw^ x ? A LAYMAN, Seeduiiau, Gardener, Florist, &c ? Choice Fruit ^ee^ijIirAbs, &c, supplied. Alpha Nursery, ^Wi^^sutjuXrie Road, March lGth, 1861. / CAN D'W. JH*5^v5LJ*S, Commission vj ? Agents, 18V'§«sseJrs1reet, Sydney. / RT~S$^R^V»J^icTtor, Iws Removed liJs/ufi!3ejj/*oJ«c premise* of Mr. George Mitchcll,HlvmteT^stvect,SrcTtr the Market square. CASH, to any^wirou(rrt--|L E N T on valuables. ? C. W. WljO^lN/SpVatclimaker, Huntor street. / n^he undei'sigifcd^lUCjjasli purchasers of good . JL maize. *L/Q\J BINGLE & CO. Newcastle, lGth November, 1860. WHEELER AND WILSON'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.— Messrs. VEN NARD ...

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PUBLIC MEETING.—NEW TAL FOR NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

PUBLIC MEETING.— NEW HOSPI TAL FOR NEWCASTLE. This meeting came ofT on Fiiday evening last, and was one of the best we have yet seen in Newcastle. His wor ship the M ayor took the chair about half-past seven. The court-house was crowded, and an excellent feeling pre vailed throughout. The Mayor read the requisition, and stated that, amongst the many occasions on which he was called forth to meet his fellow-citizens, none had given him more plea, sure than the nrescnt. The nbieet was well entitled to all their sympathies and support. No one knew better than himself what the citizens of Newcastle were made of. To an appeal in the cause, of charity and sympathy for their fellow, creatures, they had never turned aside, and lie in stanced their conduct in the subscriptions for the maimed warriors of the Crimea, and the assistance rendered to our imffrring countrymen in Ireland during the famine there. His worship* then read letters of apology from the follow, ing gentlemen, regretting th...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

' telegraphic' news. MKI.BCJUHNE. «- Thursday, 7 p.m.— General holiday. There'was a frail muster of volunteers, 2000 strong. They were reviewed by the Governor. The birthday levee was aftorwardu htli The assembly, List night, carried the address to the Govir. nor, culling for the earliest possible assemblage of tlieitf house after the dissolution. Friday, 7 p.m.— Iu the assembly, no allusion was mifc to the n (Id less to the Governor touching the dissolution. Nu notice has been taken in the press of the absence of ill the members ot the opposition at the levee; also tlieUomu Catholic clergymen on the privilege question. The escort have brought .'» I, OUOiizs. Trade dull.'- Currie, a volunteer, wa.i tried for shooting his wife with his rifle, and found guilty of manslaughter, and sentenced to seven days' im prisonment. Saundcr.1, the defaulting rate collector, *u sentenced to f.vo years on the ruadn. The Janet, from Newcastle, is reported a total wreck on the east ban V c! Simmomlb' ...

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DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

J DEATH. P7 ; j The loved, the good, the beautiful, [ j ? Are nil cut off by death ; ?;*? '''..' i 1 One moment full of life and hope, '*.'. ,, ; \ The next deprived of breath. *-?? X I J 'Twas so with 011c the other day, 0 I u ho lelt Her native shore, 0 ( To cross with him her heart best loved, 0 1 The Atlantic ocean's mar. 1 ( Alas tlii- tale, when told will draw, 3 1 A tear fiom every eye ; 1 1 Australia's siiorej reached just in time, 0 1 To lay her down and die. 1 1 A Humming one .she's lull behind, j ( With helpless balm to tend ; j 1 Love, love, indeed he now must feel ] 1 In this to him strange land. £-: I j For mine the bitter pangs can feel, '' 0 ) None but bereaved can know, 0 g How sad it i.s when all that's dear. 0 q , . Arc by cold death laid low. 0 0 But God is good, he'll not aillict, 0 0 Above what we can bear, —^ ' Rejoice then that we arc not lefr, Hopeless, or in despair. We must not think he is unjust, Or murmur at our lot ; Death Homes the same to royal halls,...

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

CORRESPONDENCE. , To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin — Before proceeding to expose to the public the gross and scu.ndn.l0u3 libels vended against tnt through your co'umns for many mouths past— which false und vindictive libels I shall not let pass — lmust notice the untruthful and malignant remarks of ont who attacked me in last Wodnesdav's issue, under the disguise of ' lVo Bono Publico.' This 5hanieleu insiituutui- of lies aflinns respecting my Sydney friends 'that they knew not tho man'— meaning inc. Ho further speaks of rumours, just as if n- know anything discreditable to 'the cloth, which le or others could luy to my charge.' Now, once for all, I uilinn, thut my Sydney friends knew me inti- ; tnately for twenty yours, and they like all others who do know the maji, think and cpt.uk of me differently from this mere, stranger, iu whose society I never spent an hour, but who nevertheless, nssuiln me ttith all tlie malignity of a demon, for no cause at all. | cannot conc...

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PERKIN-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

*J, PEltKrN-STREET. Know ye the street where the water in puddles, 1 fa Lit'™' '' summer for months at a time ; onii Though the finest of clay, yet the worst of nil muddles, of ij Ike residents seem to have a fondness for slime. 1, ( Oh, grand is its look when on maps it is seen, in 60 wide and so spacious, with patches of green ; jjj .With ill brick- built houses all painted so sweet, g Iti faults when one sees them one thinks is a cheat. 0 The choice of a huuse our convenience to meet, 5 Of til places in town would be Perkin.strect ; 0 1 But empty and hollow each promise appears, q 1 Ai at even we sous iu its hogs over ears : 01 So dirty at best, that one dream's Noah's flood 0 j Had the path lately lett and was still there in mud ; 0 I 'Tii the place, of all others, when night falls to shun, j { Or you 'I I suffer, as hundreds before you have done, j 1 With its cliffe of red elay at the back of the mill, j I Where the rain iu a river runs over the hill ; 5 1 gWoebe to the wight t...

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POLICE MONDAY. [?]Scott, Esq., P.M., and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

POLICE. t - \ . ' MONDAY. . L.'a QeotLEsa.. P.M.. and J. Hannell, Esq., J.P.) WKaOatey, etonemason, wni charged with neglecting L wr hi. ftre from Sidney, by the City of Newcastle, fj%r on her la«t trip. The prisoner told a rambling l0^ in which he laid the blame of the affair on Mr. WgL, our Premier. Mr. Cowper's clerk ought to have jibe needful in some way or the other that the bench W not underitand. Air. Lockhead, the agent of the ?u° ..^ket company, having made the ense out very bb« Xht and Mr. Holt having shewn from hi- book that the 3«n7r hid been there in March last, on a charge of va. ioi», Encr their worships, finding that there were no goods and %ite!i to levy upon, tent him to prison for 14 days. iikl MmDoran, labourer, Alfred Betty, seaman, and Henry I ofdrtami, labourer, were charged on suspicion of stealing tuft .k the propertv of Messrs. Brown, of Minmi. Mr. ^ A solicitor, defended the prisoners. It appears that brtJIri considerable time past, robberies of this descr...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. June 22.— KA OLE. steamer, from Sv.lncr. June 2S— HARRIET HOI'E, brigi 2W, Wolf, from Melbourne. June 23.— TIME AND TRUTH, baiuuc, 537, Slater, from Mel lion rne. ? June 23.— MONARCH, barque, ? Jaimeson, from Melbourne. June 23.- EOIITUN E. brie. IGO. Walsh, from Sydney. June 2.7.— ANNE SANDERSON, brig, 230, Uartlctt, from Moreton Bay. June 25.— Ya'RRA, schooner, HI, Finlayson, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. June 22.— EAGLE, steamer, for Rockhampton. June 22.— MATADOR, barque, Lindfsy, for Mel. bourne, with 400 tons coal. June 24.— PILOT, schooner, Brown, for Hobart Town, with 130 tone coal. June 2+.— RELIANCE, briff. Smith, fur Hobart Town, with 150 tons coal. June 24-.— PET, barque, Thonipsun, for Melbourne with 425 tons cnal. ' June 24. C. F. LESSIN'G, Hamburg brig, Lcfsing, I for Melbourne, with 310 tons coal. COASTERS INWARDS. June 22.— Kose, from Sydney. Juue21'.— ISalmnml, Cumberland, Louisa Maru, Little Pet, and Catherine Agnes, from Sydney. COASTKRS OUTWARD^. ...

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

I'- STEAM -TUG 'TAMAR.' a The tflMsrsigned are proposed to -|ib$^. arrangj/fjMfTO/WING VESSELS, wmM^^' of at^aewipjffiH^t rea*miab/& rates, GEg&GE It. DIBBS & CO., Scott-itreet. ? Agents. ' STEAM TO SYDNEY. i'J A ^HE Australasian Steam Navi A§JffiL gation Company's Steamers will leave jffflffw^. Morpeth (calling at Newcastle), t||||pa» during the finding month, as follows : rUESDAYS \coi/Aj/vifJCaptaiiiMulhalI, fflDAYS J J7«(*jXtocU.m. WEDNESDAYS )rL&L(IHOf Captain Adams, lilDKDATS J «'« o'clock P.m,. GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street. Ncgtastle, June, 1861. ? [o the Rocky River and Peal Miners, and ? Others. FOR SAN FRANCISCOJ K|v The first-class clipper Ship ¥ MIDAS,' i&Sll^. *''' tuns burthen, IiavingTHtaarrired at JKRmS? this»uflQjfcoin Melbourne, ijlbidon for gSff^B SanjfraAtisco direct, and ;lms atill a t» berths disa»gflflyu. S!ic will positively sail on he 26th iuBmwT /^irties desirous of pro rating to Cali&(i...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 26 June 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NMV INSOLVENTS. June 20.— Colin Mackenzie, of Palmer-street, gentleman. Assets — value of real property, £'G'JO ;r of personal pro perty, £\-U). 1'iitul. .£770. Liabilities— outstanding debts, £858 Us. 4Jd. Deficit, £t-.- 3d. 4Jd. June HI, — Henry Cartur, of Avondale, near Dapto, farmer. Liabilities, £116' l-.i. Assets'— value of real pro. perty, £\ ; personal property, £02. ''Total, £63. Deficit, £53 12s. ???-. Hule Nisi.— June 23.— On tho petition of O'Neil and Hnckclt, of West Maitl.ind, storekeepers, a rule uici was granted, returnable on the 5th July, requiring Sarah Jloss illick, of lilack Creek, to show cause why her estate should not be sequestrated for the bonellt of her creditors.

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