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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. Friday, 8 p.m. — After a lortnight of north wind, it has ihanged to rain. The AgricuIturalStatistics for 1860 show in increase of acreage under wheat of 50,000 acres, as com inred with previous year, and in produce of 1,000,000 bshls. I'hc produce of the year equalling the average consump ion. Cargoes of rico selling privately in small parcels at ower rates. ADELAIDK. Friday, 6 p.m.VThe review heM to-day, paitponod from the 20th, in consequence of the weather, was a great suc cess. Thu volunteers, notwithstanding their former disap pointment, mustered in great force. Tho weather was de lightful, and the whole affair reflected great credit on all concerned. His Exoellency the Governor and Lady Mac Donnell were present throughout the day. At the conclu. sion, his Excellency distributed tho medals to the various marksmen. Upwards of ten thousand persons were pre. sent.— Flour: Best brands, £16 to £ IP 10s. ; other brands, £14 to £15. , Wheat, 6s. 3d. Potato...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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MAITLAND AND MORPETH RAILWAY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

MAITLAND AND MORPETrTR^ * WAY COMPANY. ^Alt ni The weekly meeting of the protinrfj ' committee of this Company was Uj Saturday last, at the Company's nffi ^r Morpeth. The Chairman, lK. Sjf Lee, Junior, occupied the chair. A aCT nication was read from the MinistaT I' L.ands, accompanying a report from the ZU spector of Coal Fields, on the subject of S k Maitland seams, being the results of s , vey made by him, which was tnl follows :— a B Extract from the Minutes of Record in the om,. , , Examiner of Coal Fields, NewcMde, N S W Va panied by explanatory diagrams and sectiotu '1^ti- 1.— As we proceed from East to Wt»t Maitland » the coal seams worked in the Newcsjtle and pLViI? Creek coal fields, and at Stoney Creek meet will °& seams of the series, tilted up and cropping out m'l gles, on north and south lines; and thwe Km i nf» if thousand feet or more below the plstfbrmffliNsircMi 2.— They have been thus thrown up byioW 7,* which has broken the upper seami, and their iiW/P be...

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

HOZ-LOWAY'S OINTMENT. A Cure for Pilet and Fittulat. j INFLAMMATION of sensitive parts, piles,' 1 listujus, and such like painful diseases may be pit-' sently relieved, and ultimately cured by the proper «nd ii. ligcnt use of this cooling and healing ointment, wliowj action ;h mid, in such cases, be assisted by judicious dosei ' of mils. Kre ninny days have elapsed, the anxious patient) will experience a wonderful decree of case from this treat. { ment. They arc equally suitable to both sexes and »ll -je»' Coughs, Colds, and Asthma. These complaints of the chest come on with alarming frequency. The ointment should assiduously be rubbed it ! leust twice a day on the chest and between the shoulder! f when the violence of all symptoms will gradually give w»» ; the breathing become longer, and the oppression leu. No! medicines are more elllcicnt in chest complaints, none can-, housed with cqu.il safety and certainty, liotli pills anJ'i ointment are accompanied by very clear and siinpft ...

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POLICE SATURDAY. (Before H. Scott. Esq- P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

POLICE. SATUKDAV. (Before H. Scott, Esq.. P.Nf.) Ellen Harrison, servant, was brought up, charged with being found drunk in a public place. Poor Ellen, a woman between 50 and 60 years of age, bad been found reposing quietly on the steps of the new telegraph station, and was taken care of by some of the members of Mr. Holt's troop. She assured his worship that she had not been drunk for thirty years before, and, we suppose in consideration thereof, he reduced tne penalty to As. Thomas Chilvers, an apprentice to Mr. Christie, boot and shoemaker, Hunter-street, was charged with stabbing another apprentice in the same employ, with a shoemaker's knife, rn the 27th ultimo. Mr. Brown appeared for the boy Chilvers. The little fellow, who appeared much dis tressed at the position in which lie was placed, had admit tedly got considerable provocation from his fellowappren tice, Painter, the boy who was stabbed, and who gave his evidence in a very good spirit indeed. Dr. Morgan had been sent fo...

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VISIT OF SIR JOHN YOUNG TO THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

VISIT OF SIR JOHN .YOUNG TO THE HUNTER. Hit Excellency the Governor-in-Chicf and Lndy Young with their suite, and Mr. Cowper, Mr. ITetkei, Colouel Kempt, Captain Lnvers, and Ctptain Pitt, returned yesterday evening from their ihit to the Hunter Itiver District. Tlio particulars of his Excellency's progress have been daily for ^nrHoil Jitr tolpirrnin. We now nroceed to irive fuller reports of the presentation of the colours and the inspection of the Volunteers, of the public inner to his Kxcellcncy, and of the demonstrations hhii favour at tho places ho visited on his return torn West Mnitland yesterday. Presentation of Colours. The presentation of the colours of the West Miitland Voluutecr Company and the inspectiou of united companies by Colonel Kempt, on Thursday, took place upon tlio old West Maitlnnd Racecourse. An area of about two ncrcs in extent had been on tloied, and a commodious stand erected, which was Kl opart for the ladies. A handsome pavillion wus ilw put up for the r...

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

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ? A. ? Very Heavy Ordnance. — According to a calculation which has appeared in the Meclianic's Magazine, our Armstrong guns, of whioh wo possess 451, bave cost tho country no less than £2000 apiece. Truly the Armstrong gun is a tremendous weapon. Wo ought to be able to kuocu Jji irlorie into atoms witli our two tliou sand-poundcrs. — Punch Tub Coaii Supply to tub Metropolis. — The quantity of coal and coko carried into Lon don for tho year ending 1st January, ISO 1, shows a presit increase on preceding years j no less than 1,477,545 tons 1(5 cwt. having been convoyed from varioas parts of England to London by rail ways. Ttfe ?*fett\iriyo'» importation for tho year has bnen 3,573,377 tons, brought by 11,22(3 ships, against 3,299,170 ton-, by 10,693 ships iu tho preceding year, being au increase of 274,207 tons, and 583 ships. Mtt. Alexandbr Andiiews, tho proprietor of tho Australian Mail, and the author of an able ' History of. British Journalism,' announces a 11 Hi...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. June 27.— AuRiistusVyse, of 40.5, George-street, Sydney, milliner. Liabilities, £518 I Is. 3d. Assets— vafue of per sonal property, £290 ; outstanding debts, £53 13s. 3d. ; total, £313 13s. 3d. Deficit, £204 I8s. 2d. June 27.— Charles Morrell (lnte of Melbourne, Victoria) watchmaker and jeweller, now a confine in her Majesty's jail, Sydney. Liabilities, £262 Us. 6d. Assets— value of personal property, £1!) ; outstanding debts, £2 10s. ; total £21 10s. Deficit. £2H ls.6d. Juno 27.— Henry Thomas Green, of North Shore, boat builder. Liabilities, £204 17s. 8d. Assets— value of per. soiul property, £42 ; outstanding debts, £2 17s. ; total £H 17s. Deficit, £KiO Os. 8d. June 28.— Campbell John Pcgus, of Coonabarabran, gentleman. Liabilities, £887 8s. Assets— value of per sonal property, £G* I 7k. 8d. Deficit, £322 10s. 4d. July 2!t.— James Thynne, of Iturton-street. Woolloo mooluo, Sydney, publican. Liabilities, £103 16s. 2d. Assets— value of personal prope...

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

SuicrDE of Mr. John Jones.— Yesterday morning, the residents in the neighborhood of tho Mercury ofHce.West Maitland, w«re startled, shortly after eight o'clock, by hearing the report of a gun. It was ascertained that Mr. John Jones had shot himself through the head with a gun, ami. before Dr. Liddell, who was immediately sent for, could reaoh the spot, he wa« dead. Mr. Jones was lying on his bed at the time, and appeared to have held the innzzle of tho gun below his right temple, and pulled tho trigger with his toe. The unhappy occurrence excited very painful interest in tho neighborhood, as the deceased, who was a man of remarkable conversational powers, had - a numerous circle of personal friends, in spite of his fre quently giving way to a love for drink, under tho baneful influence of which ho has at lost committed suicide. An inquest was held on tho body by Mr. Thomson, in the courso of the morning, when a verdict wns returned that deccasod shot himself while labouring under te...

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DISGRACEFUL STATE OF A TROOP SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 3 July 1861

DISGRACEFUL STATE Of A TROOP SHIP. ' iho lollowmg are extracts lrom a letter received sit Woolwich, from Staff-sergi-ant John Brown, royal artillery, who loft Olmt hum about a fortnight siuco, - on. board tho African' freight-ship, hired by tho war depart ment for the .transport of detachment* of various corns for New Zealand : — 'Ship African, Feb. 7.— (By tho Pilot.) ' Dear Friend, — I wish to inform you how wo aro situated on board this ship. You will rond in tho newspapers that tho embark ing'offlce'rs at Chatham wero satisfied that arrangements wero mode to seouro tho com fort of tho troops. It is a grpat shamo that such a stntutnent should bo niado ; for wo are slowed in a plnco not fit to put pigrf into ; in fact, a number of these uuimuls ara stowed on the upper dock, tml tho liith all rims through on tho women's bertha undornoath. Tho women are all staying in tho same place as tho ?single women ; they havo what they call a screen ; but when tho ship is lighted up, you can s...

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

Holloway's Pills. — Bilious affections induced by atmospheric changes, or too liberal diet, should bo checked at once, or serious consequences may ensue. When any one finds his ideas less clear than usual, his eyesight dimmed, and his head dizzy, which indispose him from all exertion physical or mental, he mny be quite sure that he is in immediate need of some cooling and purifying medi cine. Let him send at once for a box of Holloway.s Pills, which will free him from his sufferings, and speedily renew his usual healthful feelings. If the bowels be iritable Holloway's Ointment should be rubbed over the stomach and liver every night and morning j it will wonderfully augment the corrective power of the pills.

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

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. June 29.— Content, brig, 125, Grei#, from Sydney. Cap tain,' agent. June 29,— Tomatin, barque, 322. Drew, from Melbourne, with 200 bags flour, and 243 b»m wheat. July 2.— Maori, barque, 288, Muir, from Otngo, N.Z Passenger— Mr. Kenrick. Bingle and Co, agents. July 2.— Martha Ellen, schooner, 12+, Hill, from Mel bourne. George Mitchell, agent. DEPARTURES. June 29.— Harriet Hope, brig, Wolfe, for Melbourne, with 350 tons coal. ,? . June 29.— Fanny Fisher, barque, ?fjHiith, for Adelaide, with 210 tons coal, and oupcase furirrtriK. June 30.— Cyclone, sohpODer, Heard.Tnr Moreton Bay, with 282 bags maize, 'ft pieces bacon, Vand 200 boxes candles. ' ',? ? July 1.— Yarra, schooner, Finlayson, (crMelboume, with 200 tons coal. , , , .-.-.' ' July 1.— Monarch, barque, Jamison, forMelbourne, with 400 tons coal, and 10 tons coke. July I. — Salcombe Castle, schooner, James, for Auck land, N.Z.,, with 175 tons coal, ajid 150 bushels maize. PHOJKCTED DEPARTURES. Midas, barque, 5...

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

mS '''ISBStt -tua' tAhae?' ~~ ?v ™m i « The underpinned are prepared; to 'e? iJ^fek arrange B5/TOWING VESSELS, aretoM ^^^ofanyiirB^nJgpn.atreasonaUtfrfates. '£f trorf|-&3iEffl-* For part^lfc^sppl? to „. Tbompt GEOftGETT DIBBS & CO., on lh jfotMtreet. ? Agents. J^M' STEAM TO SYDNEY. Labs' J &. ^^ Australasian Steam Navi UwKk K8t'on Company's Steamers will leave T i,!.i HeiI^ Mokpeth (calling at Newcastle), . *'W mjjjfllgp during the ensuing montli, as follows: '*- a job tiSDlJS 1 CoLLAttov, Captain Mulhall, before H ,,DA\'s / |- »y ''clock a.m.] 4g£ B'»jSDAYS X&ify*, Captain Idfe '«» HOBDAYS / /Oo'docka.mJL esidiagi GEORGE R. DIDBS & CO., ttoosttn . Agents, Scott-street. ifiODer bi [feircMtle, June, 1861. [^AZT WANTED, a VESSEL, to convey D*T1Dg « h*, 20,000/eet of, Ti.yErt from £&k-{Mac- ^ fflSfv\ nuaiMtoN*^60^0'^' Apply to N, ' s™™™ \X *-^'^ Newcastle. U!?lio ?-'' -TT WANTED, to CHARTER, VESSELS, DIeS' ''' Mft^ ^rom ^° t0 ?'0' tons'f9...

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

There are some sights which, properly con templated, fill the soul with inexpressible sad ness. . Prominent amongst these spectacles is uncared-for 'youth,' sweeping on with fatal certainty to final destruction. Fresh as it were from the hand of God — perfect in form and mental capacity, and yet doomed by the selfishness, indifference, and neglect of man. to scramble through life cursing and accursed. We fear not to say, that the community which looks regardfessly on whilst the temporal and eternal ruin of any portion of its juvenile branch is being effected, is guilty of an offence not only seriously detrimental to its future welfare, but calculated to draw down the ter rible anger of Him who hath said 'suffer little children to cojne. unto me, and forbid them not.' ' .' In proportion to the' population' of the entire colony, the number of juvenile va grants,' of both sexes, in the various cities and towns,;!& something appalling; and if there is not speedily some combined ...

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

NOTICE. We respectfully intimate to onr readers and the public generally, that the present quarter commenced on Monday last, thus affording, to those desirous of be coming Subscribers, a favorable opportunity for so doing. ' ' i NOTICE TO COREESPONDENTS! Thomas Alnwick. — The account of ' buying a baby,' forwarded by you, hat already appeared in the Chronicle! 9(lt-t 3tyujcaatle flflmmidq. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 18BJ. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

Stationery, Books, Wrapping Paper, &c. ' nnllE undersigned have always on hand, n large ?*? sui^ily of superior stationery, account books,' wrapping paper, &c, which they import direct (from London, consisting of — Writing papers, envelopes, wedding and other f.mcy Htatiouery, surveyors' and engineers' drawing papers, tracing papers, ami calico ; drawing mn /'tcrinls, mathematical instrument!), CHARTS, --l.Ji.mi NAUTICAL STATIONARY, chinch ' services, prayer books, family und pocket bibles iu various bindings, school books nnd school stationery, albums, portfolios, sornp books, manifold writeVs, copying presses, copying books, .and other requisites, music books and' paper, violin aud violoncello strings. W 11 .y¥-i-lk 0 P A 1' E Jt S. ' Imperial, haif cap, yrwul band, single and double damyi uouiile piAvii, and double small hund VrrOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED. B«OKS, PERIODICALS, AND ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS received by Overland Mnil, mid delivered to SUBSCRIBERS iu Newcastle, and...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Tragical Occurrence in Dublin —Never in ray recollection (writes the Dublin corres pondent of the Tines) did any occurrence scud such a thrill of constcruatiou through this city as the fatal accident at tho Portubnllo-bridgo, od Saturday night. The news passed in nil di rections with electric rapidity, multitudes crowded round tho scene of the dangler, und cubs and cars lined the streets in the neighbour hood. Some years ago, Mr. WUsnn, a London gentleman, established a line of nmnibusses from tho General Post Officn to Iloundtuwn, running through Iluthmincs nnd Itathuar — the greatest thoroughfare about Dublin. Tlie lino wns very well oonduotcd, no scriou' accident having occurred upon it before. On Saturday night, the ''Favourite' oinuibus, No. 7, left Roundtown at nine o'clock, and arrived in tho usual time at tho Cunal-biidgc, to which there is a sharp ascent on both sides. Tho driver .pulled up to lot a passenger oat on the bridge ; whilo the conduotor wus tak...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MHI.nOUKNK. Saturday, 10 o'clock.— The exploration paily of Mr. Rrahc, left by Mr. Iturke in charge at Cooper's Creek, arrived in Melbourne yesterday. Four of the party Messrs. Decker, I'ureell, Stone,' nnd l'ntton— had died of scurvy and dysentery. Mr. lincke left Cooper's Creek on the 15th December, accompanied liy Messrs. Wills, Kinfr, aim uray, ivitn six camels and one horse, tiikms with them twelve weeks' rations. Mr. Wright's party did not reach Cooper's Creek until the first week in May, the time that Mr. ISurkc should have been back. He did not explore, hut returned to I'lomanmold Creek, on account of sickness', where the unlives proved to be hostile, and were with diffi culty kept oft'. Uefore leaving Cooper's Creek, Mr. Drain buried the provisions nnd marked indientions where tiny could be found there. Mr. Wright fuund them undisturbed in May lost. In Mr. Wright's despatch, he says Mr. IJurbe took with him hut twelve weeks' rations, and I think it my duty...

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THE DOCTOR: HIS DUTIES TO YOU. A LAY SERMON FOR WORKING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

THE DOCTOR: HIS DUTIES TO VOU. ? A LAV SERMON FOR WORKING PKOIM.B. ! By the Author of'1 /lab and hit Friend: ' | ion remember our lust sonnon was j mostly .about your duties to tlic dot-tor. I j nm now going to speak about his duties to j you, fur you know it is ft l-.tw of our lite | 'ihnt there nro nn one-sided duties — they fire nil double. It is like shaking hnnds, there must bu two nt it- mid both of you ought to give n hcnrty.grip nnd a hfiirtv shnke. You owe much to mnuy and many owe much to you. The Apostle says 'owe no man anything, bat to love one another ;' tout if yon owe thitt, yon must be for ever paying it ; it is always due, is nlwnvs run ning on ; nnd the meanest, the most helpless, the most forlorn, cun iilwuys. pay and be tpaid in that coin, and in paying can buy more than he thought of. Just as a fur thing candle, twinkling out of a cottar's wiu dow, and, it may be, guiding the gudeman home to his wife and children, sends its rays out into the infinite expanse of...

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THE GOVERNOR-IN-CHIEP'S VISIT TO THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

THE GOVERNOR-IN-CHIEF'S ViSIT TO TH1J HUNTKIl. At the dinner given to, his Excellency Sir John Young, at West Maitland, on Wednes day last, the chairman, Bourn ltussoll, Esq., M P., with much pleasure proposed the health of his Excellency. The . following ? remarks, (which are abridged from the Herald) were ?made by him in responding to the toast : — After somo time the directors of nn ntlmittcclly prosperous company put one of their finest steamers nt my disposal, to visit the second town in the colony. (Chi'crs.) I nrrived nt the harbour of Newcastle, where I found many ships pr.iteoted from the storms by a breakwater constructed ut a great expanse, nnd maintained nt n great expense, but not nt a. greater expense than is wurroiitetl by the returns of the shipping ol' the port ; for the district in rich in mur rain of various kinds, coufurriug riches nn.l comfit on the neighbouring colonies I had tho plunsuro, whiles in that port, of being introduced to a gentlumnu who, 1 am inclin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

TIMBER YAED. NOTICE OP RBMOYAL. |il J.SHAW begs to inform the- inhabitant* of JD ? Newcastle nnd the public generally, that he has removed to his more coiiim .dious premises, corner of Dufty nnd IVnng^etreets, nearly opposite the A. A. Ccmipnnv'sr^oHTcc, where/'hc hopes, by nttontion nnd\ mpter/le ciuibesTpo merit a contin.'- I mice of t'JG mtfyfffllyfUnvcrmy bestowed on hini ? J since his cWinoiiccmcnt in business. F.J.S. would p beg also to state thnt he iu now prepared to execute- ' orders to any amount, nnd at i lie lowest possible prices, with a liberal discount to wholesale pur chasers. N.U. — Colonial und American furniture, always on hand, chenp. GILBERT and CO., HorBe4ii(U(X'5ejUl4srnent Commission Agents, nii/Gwj^iKJsp/tjjfreerj, nre now prepared to effuct salt/a^thrt'uolicCaUlo- . , Ynrd9, p»nding the erection of their promises, which ^j nre rapidly progrussinc to completion. Offices :— Newniiirkut ilorss Repository, 282, l'itt-ttrcot, Sydney. To Merchants, Shopkoopors, a...

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