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SOIREE ON THE INTRODUCTION OF THE REV. MR. BAIN TO HIS CONGREGATION [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

SOIREE ON THE INTRODUCTION OF THEREV.MR.BAINTOH1SCONCJRKGATION In our la«t iiuue we gave an account of tho ordination of the Rev. Mr. Uain to tho pastoral charge of the congre gation in connection with the Free Church of Scotland. On, the next evening (Friday,) the members of that body entertained their minister at a Soiree in the Hall, con. nee ted with the old. Royal Hotel, at Honeysuckle Point. This Urge loom was crowded and a great many people who desired to join in the festival wtrc obliged to leave in consequence of the lack of accommodation, and it became nccenary to have two services of tea. Mr. Rogers presided, ,and opened the proceedings with some remarks which were most appropriate to the circum cumstances tinder which the meeting was assembled^ The meeting was held not only in compliment to the man who was to teach them ' the way that they should go' but by this introduction to open a way for their spiritual guide into every family amongst them. The meeting was afterward...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

The Great Exhibition of 1862, understood that looal committcea in ooni with tho International Exhibition orfl w to bo abolished j'but tho experience acqo» the commissioners of 1851, ns regards w mratnm *nt\ inmn mil find details. Will ^N turned to nocount. Besides tho novol fdj the introduction of piotures, there ore tol othors that are worthy of being mentioned, understood that wincB, beor, and spirit sold in tbo building. The labelling of] i with the prices uBuignod to thorn w to I mitted. This was prohibited in 1851, I prohibition wns praotieolly operative, « now considered that at the utmost on|J rary inoonvonienoe can urine from iti r«Wi

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To the Editor of the Newcastle, Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

To the Editor of tht Ntuoaitl, Ch^ court.hou.7on belalf of 35 'm w a?£» evening of the 2Iit instant. I am reporW toffi^ the distributers of the public money Tr'S'' 5 with Newcastle. Now, Sir, permit me to coSL .l mistake, as follows. I stated in thentS^ place* of very little importance, when S4?.' castle, have received tbe same amount fmmVs ment in aid of their hospitals that NewcwK1-01 on the same condition. (viz, the ,*me amowiturt by private subscriptions). So the Government' £ blamed.— By inserting the foregoing, «„ 5? yours, &c, J 1U 27th June, 1661. TH0MAS **

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

To tht Editor of tki Newcastle Chronicli. Sir— In my communication which appeared in your issue of June 19, 1 thought the gentleman whom I alluded to_ would have replied in your following paper, and state his reasons for not interring tho unfortunate deceased. But when your paper appeared on the Saturday following, I was astonished to find no answer to my letter, and was quite disappointed. Then 1 thought it my imperative duty to make some enquiry into the circumstance, and by doing bo, 1 louuu liim lliu iiauiu iu wiuuu i tuiuutru wua iiiiaiu presented to me, and I now feel sorry for it, because I have mplicated the Rev. E. K. Ycatmau, and also the manager. But now, that I am in possession of the name of the individual that did actually refuse to inter one of the sons of toil in his ground— and that, is the Rev. Canon Fletcher— I absolutely think it necessary to inform tho' above angel of mercy that public opinion of the reverend gentleman's beneficence and clemency is shaken. The t...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INS0LVBNTS. June 25. — John Hanks, of George-street, Sj grocer. Estimated liabilities, £3200. Eiti assets, £1600. Deficit, £1600. June 25.— John M'CuIloch, of Deniliqia veyor. Liabilities, £1866 U. 5d. Asseti-r real property, £1200; of personal property, outstanding debts £[88 IOs. Total, £181 Deficit, £47 Hi. 5d. June 25.— Andrew Wntley Thomns, of Mi publican. Liabilities, £283 7s. 5d. Aueti of personal propesty, £'18 8s.; outstanding £50 113.9(1. Total, £161 19a. 9d. Deficit, 7s. 8d. . r- June 26.— Charles Martin, of Wilberfor'ce, Liabilities, £1111 Is. 4Jd. Assets— value of p property, £19 10s. Deficit, £!-3 Us. 4|d. June 27. — George itateman, of Holt and ( streets, Strawberry Hills, Sydney. Liability 2s. 9d. Assets — value of personal properly, outstanding debts, £35 12* 2d. Total, £921 Deficit, £43 10s. 7d. ' ? 'RULES NISI. June 25.— On the petition of Alexander D George-street, Sydney, a rule nisi was grant turnable on the 12th of July, calling upon* Sand...

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TO THE CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTORS THE PIT TOWN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

TO THE CHAIRMAN AND DIRRpiyh,, THE PIT TOWN CO-OPERATIVE S& (Per favour of the Newcastle Chnrieh I Gentlemen— Your society stands out in Ui ? noble effort ou the part of the working m?aJ£ to follow in the 'track' first surveyed liy the K determined co-operative ' Pioneers' of Rochdtlt fa shire— it is, in fact, the most successful eo-oS, ment on the part of working men in the loniU, sphere, or very probably in any of the BriuZi and although you have had many obstaclti to imt ificAiup uiiiiiiumcD w viicuunier, ana nuov n suspicions to contend with, I trust the encoufum have already met with is sufficient to «UniaUt(«; doubled activity and attention to your afftin-rt need despair of the ultimate complete succeuoh operative principle. My object in addresiinK hit , to you, as the director, of the society, is toim/ta your minds the serious import of yourpre*tntra» ties j you have been elected by men moit of w£ invested a pound in any kind of a speculttion btfm! Idare say many, hav...

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TO THE AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

TO THE AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEERS. Brave volunteers, G»d bless you ! May ever you remain Courageous to defecd our rgihts, Our freedom to maintain. Though now our shores in peace, So calmly do repose ; Beyou prepar'd at any time To meet invading fses. Keep all your ptwder dry ; Attend, and learn your drill ; That' when calm out to fight, you may Have confidence and skill. Fear not, though armies-great. Shall rush ilto your sight ; Ne'er faint or flinch, however hot And deadly be the strife. True to youi colours stand, Be brave unto the end ; Think of your homes and country dear, Whom y«fr have to defend. You've shown a spirit true, For doirg at you have done ; Then stand your ground if war break out, Till death or victory's won. For glorioRS is the cause, Though'much you have to bear ; The laurels that you yet may win, Are worth it all to wear. While girded on with right, Fight with both heart and hand ; And save from slavery's aching chains, This, our Australian land. Let not a coward he...

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POLICE. TUESDAY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

P O L I O E . TUliSDAV. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) William Vandick, Edward Pickarri, and Charles Fre. derick, seamen belonging to the ship Midas, were charged with wilful disobedience of commands on the previous day, and the case having been clearly proved, his worship sent them to Maitland gaol for four weeks. Charles Scobor and John Norden were brought up for deserting from the ship Oregon, and sentenced to eight weeks imprisonment in Maitland gaol. Samuel William Brown, seaman, was charged with having deserted his wife and children, at Sydney, but there were such difficulties in the case, that his worship dis. charged the defendant. Joseph Wilson, seaman, was brought up, charged with disorderly conduct on board the schooner Prompt. He had been remanded on the day before, mid his worship now discharged him, there being nothing in the case to justify any other course. WEDNESDAY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and P. C. Boswcll, Esq., J.P.J Charles Morris, Daniel Lamont, Henry Spr...

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TO THE REV. MR. CHAUCER. (Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

TO THE REV. MR. CHAUCER. ( Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) Mine of the 17th June seems to trouble you very much. The Editor will inform you who the ' horrible assassin' is, who, according to your theory, is a ' stab in the dark,' — a very common prison expression, no doubt. In mine, of which you complain so much, I have said nothing either good or bad of you, but {eft my opinion undecided, like a balance, to be turned either way by the weight of your conduct. You say, ' this shameless insinuator of lies says they knew not the man.' 1 flatly contradict such a statement. My words were, in speaking of Mr. Reid being at Newcastle. ' For he,' meaning Mr. Reid, ' when he was here, must have heard something of the man' (Mr. Chaucer). So it is plain that I said the very opposite of whutyou make (or rather wish) me to say. Were it not fur the issue of the Chronicle of the 19th Juno being ex tant, and my words still in print, I presume your state ment would be taken as truth, and mine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

rn II E NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE J- and Hunter Jlivcr News. ruiu.tstiKD eveiiy WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION '. i. & If paid in advance ? (Per Quarter).. 6 1 If placed to account ? ( „ ).. 7 6 Price for single numbers, 3d. TUIUIS OP ADVr.UTISINO .? Four lines oi under ? Ono Shilling. . Kight lines or over four ? Two Shillings - Twelve lines or over eight . . : . . . Three Shilling!, Sixteen lines or over twelve ? Four Shilling).' For overy additional line, two-pence. A discount will be allowed on all advertisements, if it-, acrtcd according to tho following scale, via. : — Four insertions ? 10 per cent. Ftyht dittc ? ao „ Thirteen ditto (ono quarter) . . .' 30 „ WEST MAITLAND AGENCY. QUI3SCRIBERS to the Nowcnstlo Chronicle, £j resident at East and West Mnitland, are respectfully informed, that Mr. It. IUaib, Sta tioner, ia appointed ngont for tlie same. Mr. B. will, from the 1st April, 1861, servo tho paper to subscribers and receive Oio names of now ones, and als...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir— The Rev. Mr. Chaucer being very anxious for my name, I am very willing you should let him know that I am the writer of the letter signed ' Pro Bono Publico.' I forward you a few lines to the reverend gentleman, which, if you have a corner in your Saturday's issue, you can publish, and you will oblige yours, &c, Pku Bono Publico. Stockton, 27th June, 1861.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 29 June 1861

BIRTH.   At Watt-street, Newcastle, on the 26th June, Mr. Archi- bald Hay, of a daughter. The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1861.

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GLEANINGS AND TEACHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

GLEANINGS AND -TEACHINGS. Keyslku, in his travels, speaks of a cor. pulent Englishman, who, in passing through Savoy, was obliged to rauke use of twelve ?chairmen. He is said to have weighed 550 pounds, or 39 stone 4 lbs. Tun Calroucs I) old the lightning to be the fire spit out of the mouth of a dragon, ridden and scourged by evil demons, and the thunder they made to be his roarings. According to Aristotle, large ears are in dicative of imbecility ; while small ones an nounce madness. Ears which are flirt, point out the rustic and brutal man. Those «f the fairest promise, are firm and of mid dling size. Happy iho man who boasts of square oars ; a sure indication of sublimity of soul and purity of life. Such, according to Suetonius, were the ears of the Emperor Augustus. Goffke is n native of Arabia, supposed by some to have been the chief ingredient of the old Lacedemonian broth. The use of this berry was not known in England till the year 1657, at which timo Mr. D. Ed wards, a Tur...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO D. F. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. TO D. F. My dear D.F., if you're sincere, And what you Bay is true; For iuch a partner long I've Iook'3, Such as I see in you. I're wander'd o'er this weary world. Too far almoat to tell ; And yet I Merer met that one, With whom I'd love to dwell. Perhaps the fault rests with myself ; For I'm by nature shy ; And may Have lost tome worthy one, For want of pluck to try. Now, if there's truth in what you say, ' As down life's vale we glide,' We'll link our arms together now, And journey side by side. Bui, love, take care you know your hc&rt, And do not me deceive ; I've sten »o much deception here, That I can scarce believe That such a pure and guiltless heart, On earth is to he found, ? That will to me, till death doth coins, JUy lies of love be bound. I will not praise my personnel, — As yet, my heart is free ; ? A. heart that love*, and to the end , Will ne'er cease to love thee. My form is neat, — at for my height, ' 'Tis only five feet seven ; My age you'l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

Colonf.l WARitE, CD., 57th Regiment, has returned to Taranakl, to take the command of the troops there. Tub Waroa natives have written to their missionary not to return, at the war is not yot cr.ded, but others of the tribe have invited him to come back. Minino speculations aro all the go in Adelaide, but the great drawback to mining operations is stated to be tho ab sence of experienced miners.

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VOLUNTEER LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

VOLUNTEER LUNCHEON. Upon the conclusion of the inspection of the Volunteers the w.iole of tjie companies, together with his Excellency and suite, the minister, Colonel Kempt, and Captain Liver, and Captain Pitt, were entertained by the officers of the West Maitland Volunteer It iile Company at a substantial luncheon, nt the Olympic Theatre, provided by Mr. L ishmorc. The whole of the av liable space was occupied with tables, but there was not sufficient room fur all the Volunteers, and several of the West Maitland Company gave up their scats in order that their guests might be accommodated. The dress circle was occupied by ladies and friends of the volunteers. Captain Vindin presided at the dinner, and having given the usual toasts, 'The Queen' and 'Prince Albert, and the rest of the Hoyal family' both of were very loyally received, proposed, ' The health of his Excellency Sir John You.ig.' (Cliee s } In he courss of our lives it sometimes happened that that we met with people to wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

THE Subscriber begs leave to intinate to the public, and all concerned, that the late fitm of C. W. and J. Williams, Jewellers and Watch makers, in Newcastle, was dissolved bv mu'ual con sent on the lath day of May last — that all the ob ligations of the company will bo discharged by him — that all debts due to the late firm aro to be received, by him — and that he continues to carry on the business in Ihe sumo prcaniici in/ Hunter-street a% heretofore. C. W. WILLIAMS. Neucas.W 87th June, 1801.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Municipal. — A letter was^received from the town clerk of Williamstown, Melbourne, informing the council of Collingwood that they lighted their pub lic lamps with kerosene oil, at the present market price of 8j. per gallon. 30 lamps were lighted every night by a man who was paid 30*. per week -for doing so They put half a pin in each lamp, which quantity would last six hours, and consequently went out themselves. The council supplied the wicks, and ihe contractor paid for all damage done to the glass, &c, during the term of his contract. The lamps were lighted twenty-two nights for each m ion, and the cost of each lump for every seven days when' burning, was 4s. 8d., or say the 30 lamps consumed in seven days 13 gallons and a pint, at 8i. per gallon, £5 5s., and cost of lighting, £1 lOs. — £6 15«. — Colliiitfwood Observer. An important seizure was- made by the chief inspector of distilleries, in MaudeliiM-street, North Melbourne. The ' plant ' is pronounce...

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THE NEW RAILWAY STATION AT THE JUNCTION OF THE GREAT NORTHERN WITH THE MINMI BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

THE NEW RAILWAY STATION AT THE JUNCTION OF THE GUIS AT NORTH ERN , -WITH THE MINMI BRANCH. A petition by the inhabitants of this locality is about to be presented to the Government, for the establishment of a_ station here. The document is moat respectfully w.irdcd ; and anything in that wny that is required to moot ;the public convenience has hitherto been ns beneficial to tho railway itself as it has been to the people t^e-t«*lig.sierved by it. (Jur Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr.' Weekes, boasted the other duy that he represented the bust constituency in the world. Wo trust that he will not forget this whon his colleague the Minister for Works lays his estimate for this work before him. It is nn addition, in short, to tho resources of the Great Northern. The following is the petition alluded to : — To his Excellency Sis John Youno, P.O., K.C.B, G.C.M.G., Captain. General and Gorernor-in. Chief of New South Wales, and. Vice- Admiral of the same. The petition of the inhabitants of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

Honeysuckle Point Hook and L.\nnF.a Com. pany.— A meeting of the members of the ahovc company took place on Tuesday, the 2,5th June, when subscription lists were opeticil for the purpose of obtaining funds fov tho purchase of the necessary materials. The ainount required is so trilling, that we tnist the treasurer, alderman Ross, will find no difllculty in completing an object so.cleariy the duty and intcreit of everyone connected with the locality to contribute to. The Newcastle Foundry.— We arc very clad in. deed to learn that this foundry, which we regard almost as one of our institutions, is about to be opened by the origi nal proprietor, Mr. Rogers. If thce is one public work of more importance than another in suuh a community as ours, it is that that can supply the wants of the engineer and the mechanist. We hope to hear again that Mr. Rogers' talent has added to the reproductive capital of our city. The InoN Trade.— We observe that, at a meeting of the miners and others, held...

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