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

EXPORT OF COAL. Wef.k rndi.no July 6, 1S0I :— ? Co At. and Copit.h Company.— Sydney. 1S59 tons; Adelaide, 855 tonij Tasmania, lu'O tons. Total, 2374 tons. Primitive Methodist ANNivcnaAitv.— Wo per cctac by public, announcement that the anniversary meeting of thii denomination will bo held in the Primitive Motlio. dist Chapel, Hurwood, on Monday evening next, when a tea meeting will take place at half.pastnVo o'clock, to be folinwod by & public meeting, From tho names of the Kontleinon who are to take part in (he proceedings, an inte resting reunion may be anticipated.

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. A New York paper, of 1814, contains the following :— Henry BrowD, a native of New Jersey, residing Dear Beavertown, Was born io January, 1686 : consequently is now in bis 129th year. He is a black 'maD, with loDg straight hair, and wears it tied. He was it* General Braddock's defeat, in 1755, and then was fifty- nine years old. Ho had been a stare seventy years — has been a free man fifty-eight years— is.now in good health, can walk pretty well, has a good appetite at times, but is getting weak. He was never married ; and 6ays he wishes to die, but fears he never shall. Of tho kangaroo, a colonial writer states : — ' I am certain, when hard pressed, an ' old man/, or ' flying doe,' will clear nearly ten yards at a spring. The long tail materially assists them in running, and his measured thump may be heard on the ground long before the kangaroo itself appears in sight in the thick forest. It is a curious fact, that a wounded kangaroo very often breaks the hind leg in ...

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POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

POLICE. YVEDNKSDAY. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M.) Thomas Cochrane, a seaman, was uroURni up on me complaint of captain Scott, of the schoonerYarroiv, charged with insubordination on buaid that vessel, on the high sea. He pleaded guilty, and was sent to Maitland jail for three weeks. William Joseph Cormn, a black man, charged Captain Doolan, of the Pioneer, wkh making him work as a teaman while ho was engaged ns a cook and Etewurd only. This man made an application' fur an interpreter, but in con.se. quence of some old acquaintanceship which he had had with his worship the favor was disallowed, and the wisdom of the decision was very soon made apparent, by a voluble ? statement ulm-h occupied the court for fully half.an.hoiir. The end of the matter was, that 'darkey,' having con ceived that he had engaged as euuk und steward, and not as a seaman, refugee1 tu do duly in the latter capacity. The line of demarcation became so nice that his worship couid not see where to draw it; the Afr...

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PRISON DISCIPLINE.—It is understood to be in [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

1'hison Discipline. — It is underatoo.l lo lie in cimtemplntion by tho government to carry out n system of classification, ns noon us possible, through - out tlin whole of tli ? gaols and pemil establishments in the eoloiiy. As n reformatory for juvenile offenders, it is proposed to erect suitable buildings At Windsor, with n sufficient quantity of land to etidblu the industiial system to us efficiently nnd effectively onrrifd out ; nnd to this institution will be sent nil young oll'cmlci-3, that is, all under a certain age. T.ic Philanthropic institution formerly in St. George's Fiflds, London, and now so successfully managed at Ilicgnlo, in Surrpy, since its remnval from London, will' be n guide for the Windsor establishment. The loiniile prisoners will be sent to nn entirely sepni'iito establishment ; probably nt Purramnttn. This nr niiigemciit will no doubt bo highly benelici il to this class of criminals, nnd reformation will be much more prnoaliic man turner pre.ieiu iirnui|rc...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO AMICITIA ET AMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

OH1GINAL POETitY. TO AMIC1TIA KT AMOK. So ho ! my pseudo 'lady fair,'' 1 think, without a doubt, That, notwithstanding all your care, I've fairly 'bawled you out.' Mill harping on ynur favourite theme, — M:ili;-iiiiig female worth — Your vile illusions are, I ducir, Unworthy uf their birth. Can any good arise from .such A strange, unmanly ujuisc? Productive it should be, of much Contrition and remorse. _ But thus it is y ui've cv.-r been— No tender heart you'll charm ?- S.'i m»v you vent your spite and hplecn, Hut still you cannot h.irui. Nn 'love and trien:lshi|j' in you res!, Though (I)atinised) you sign Th.-se attributes— but iiiey'ru the test O!' feelings pure, divine. IJnl these, you know, you ne'er possessed, They constantly would j.ir Within voureiol nnd torpid bvc.ist, My worthy ' U. A. II.' 11 Wanted, a hand to join my own' — I still repeat the strain ; Thittgh taunts and jicts by you bu thrown, They are but thrown in vain. In love, I he.ir, that you did sigh And pine not l...

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

QUEENSLAND. A limestone quarry has recently been discovered ne-ir Ihe high road, and within six miles of Toowonnib.i. Tin! discovery will be of considerable importance in the loca lity where it has occurred, as the btrldiug of substantial houses was much restricted owing to the cost and .scarcity of lime. The Roman Catholics have subscribed £101) witii tiic ricw of obtaining the Government grant towards the elec tion of a grammar school in Ipswich. In reply ton request from the corporation of Tonwoomhn, requesting the services of a Government surveyor, for the alignment of the streets, the Government state that it doss not appear desirable to enter upon the alignment of a por tion of tiie thormitjlil'arcs of the town. [ The Legislative Assembly have refused the loan of C3000 asked hy tho Ipswiuli corporation, for the repair of Brisbane street in that town. A memorial is in course of .signature in Hi isluue, call, ing upon Mr. George Raff to resign his seat as repiesent.n tivc for No...

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

S II I PPING. ARRIVALS. July 2.- Yarrow, bn-, 229, Scott, from Nilson (N.Z.). PuMugert ? Mm. Scott, MUs Willtie, and 1 in the tteerage. July 3.— Active, schooner, 136, Dobson, from Oiago (N.Z.). Passenger— Mr. Cour.all. Biogle and Co., agents. July 3.— Alma, schooner, 163, Dowe, from Melbourne. July 3.— Drover, brig, 173, Paten, from Geelong. George .Mitchell, agent. July 3.— Frowning Beauty, barque, 367, Anderson, from Sydney. July 4.— Grafton. steamer, from Sydney. July ♦.— Vibilia, schooner, 121, Solmie, from Geelong. July 5.— Rebecca, schooner, 142, Souter, from Mel bourne. Captain, agent. July 5.— Natal, barque, 178, M'Alpine, from Melbourne. George Mitchell, agent, July 5.— William Watson, barque, 384, Pendleton, from Melbourne. Captain, agent. July 5,— Success, barque, 289, .M'AlIister, from Mel. bourne. W.H. Whyte, a^ent. ??^Sjy s- — Prairie, brig, 165, Winsborronr, from Sydney, W. Ewbank, agent. July 5.— Vistula, schooner, 133, Culbert, from Melbourne Julv 5.— Nimroud, ship...

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

'STEAM -TUG 'TAMAR.' ' [b The unftrsigned ar^ prepared to 1 ?'? £»_ nfiiiijjftjp n i£nu^.-ifjj) iTiiii iliTT i/ihil . ifc^ For particulars, applyto I GEORGE K. DIBBS & CO.,1 ; SUxul ? Agents. ''''STEAM TO SYDNEY. 1 1 The Australasian Steam Navi ('? iL Bat*on Company's Steamers will leave I m^. IIorfbth (calling at Newcastle), 1 |f|* during the ensuing month, as follows : .{ iDAYS icottARov, Captain Mulhall, 'Jt™- I / _*f3'o'cli)ck a.m. ? S ISESDAYS m*&0Lfan ^oLs, j Sji yg, f ? at -s o'clock a.mj : 3EORGE It. DIBBS & CO., Agents, Scott-street. j tattle, June, 1861. ? ; ., WANTED, to CHARTER, VESSEL^ 4 i from 150 to .'100 tons, for New Zealand 2 m:nm\Me^touase.. For furtheriparticu ' '*tt/ ?«*««£« R. DIBBfsTCO. '- reast1e727th June, 1801. ? -? ffi^FsLlP, STOCKTON.— TWn~- 1 foiigncd is prepared to take vessels upon the ; & remain six hours forj^mporuxy repairs) and ?? gib the some fjtjfefnpf _l»_^gister, an/ Gd. ? Hpr day ?Uqfl-t7 &*-& -l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

? NOTICE. Wb . respectfully intimate to our readers and the public generally, (hat the present quarter hai now com. . mencer1. .Those desirous of becoming Subscribers, are requested to forward their names as early a: conve nient, . ? Our northern district has been taunted in parliament as a petted spot ; that all we ask for we get, and- 'that we get more than our nhareof'the good things that cdme out of the common puvse of the colony. It. is not our business to plead guilty to the charge ; .. out it we are to maintain our position, we must keep both eyes open, — and we are at present somewhat peculiarly situated. Mr. Scojtt, of Ash Island, in consequence of being raised to the honour of our colonial peerage;' has vacated his seat. Rumours that spring from a respectable source, tell us that Mr. Blake is about to receive a judicial ap pointment that will create a vacancy for the Hunter, and it requires no prophet to tell that Mr. Harpur will be returned on Monday, as member for Patric...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We request the attention of the correspondents of the ? Nlacavtle Chronicle to the fact that a letter which we re. ? ceived in the ususl course of business, signed ' Watchful,' and accompanied by a written note with an address at. Uched, aud which wo concluded to be a genuine document, . has turned out to be a fabrication. This letter reflected ?everely on the character of Mr. Winthip, of the A. A. : . Company ; but in our desire to maintain the independence ' , ofourjournal, we risked its insertion. This fraud left us no alternative, when called upon by that gentleman for the name of the author, but to deliver into his hands the original document | and it is our determination to spare no p.iins to expose those cowardly fellows who would make us the vehicle of bringing before the public matters which they lire not prepared to vouch for. 0

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. LAMBING FLAT. Sunday, 14, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. 'iV. ??--.:. LAMBING FLAT. „«». . . . Sunday, 14, p.m. -By express, to Yass on Saturday lust, it was pretty . ttnerally known that a roll up would take place to day ?tainst the Chinese. The immediate cause of it I cannot 'my. Some state that the diggers aro determined to drive 'them off the fields— others that it is in consequenw of their having struck a lead of eoldat Hack Creek, and sonic as. ♦r ttrt that it is in retaliation for the Native Dog Creek affair. j. Cortain it .is that it took place, and for destruction of TJji'rope'tty itexueedad any riot-that has over yet taken place ?'? on these fields. Between 10 and 11 o'clock, on Tipperary Gully, tho muster took place. Upwards of 1000 men, ?, ?? wort of 'them Armed with bludgeous or pickluntUcs, i ?.?hesded by a band, and carrying several large flags, one in . .,. loribed with tho words, ' lloll, up— no Chinese!' formed £' Into procession, and marched .into Lambing Flat. On V Kionnigthe town several unfortunate...

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GRANITE SPECIMEN.—We have been favoured by Mr. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

???? Granite. Specimen.— We have been favoured by Mr. fte'wis,. of the Colonial Architect's department here, and ?? who has ? recently returned from an inspection of works ? aijd buildings now in course of construction in the northern . ' . districts, with an iuspection of a specimen of granite, from the ranges between Tamworth and A rmidnle, slid which 'extend over some 45 miles of. country— from the Moon hies, a short distance bevond Tamwurth. to Uralla, within 1+ ; miles of Armidale. This - material will, doubtless, be a it great acquisition in carrying out the erection of gaols and . other public buildings in those districts. Temperance Meeting.— The fortnightly meeting of the Glebe and Burwood temperance society was held last Monday evening, the 1st instant, at seven o'clock in the 1 evening, in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Burwood. In i- consequence of some misunderstanding between Mr. Gain ? ford (in point of time) and the officials of the society, the ... attendance was r...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

To the Editor of tho , Newcastle Chronicle. tita—x nave react mo . characteristic emisioli or your ' Pro Uono Publlcn,' addreiscd to mo, and as I cannot spnro tltno to call at your' offluo for his name (which ho is still afraid to attach publicly to his lotter) ha must excuse me till Saturday, on which day 1 may give myself tho extra (great deal of) trouble of calling for the designation of thla lion of Stockton, whom I will even daro to beard in his den the first day I visit the ichool in hktiL hood, in which I feel some inttrest. HemkiS? V ture s but if he proves that he hai to idurftJZvJ rant iny approval of his being ray debtor?Iiffl I r forgive him. He does not like being tennU»-- v tor of lies.' Did he not plainly twit u£f rl' ; 6ess public confidence J If he meant thu t* ' public, I confess that I have no 'iahfortSTarfJ r anyone who can assist the reputation of iiwj ; has— contrary to alt rules of scripture und retS' * mine. Poor ' Pro Uono'— is thii all you kZ'! X to others ...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

To Ihu Editor of tin Newcastle-Chronicle. Sin — 1 shall feel obliged by you kindly allowing me, through thu medium of your valuable columns, to bring under your notice, as well as the notice of the public gene ?Vally, an important decision that has been come to by the minors nt the Borehole,, by whom a fortnight's notice has been given, and, it must bo understood, under the circum stances, that fresh occasions will arise for differences of opinion on the relation of mutual rights. Tho experience of the miners in tho mother.country in disastrous disputes of the same kind, is not altogether lust upon tuoni. Tho animosity which has often characterised strikes at homo is now much modified, nnd it is to bo hoped that a speedy settlement will noon be come to. Sir, there is a report in circulation, but how far it is correct I cannot say. I hear that tho miners hold a meeting, and that it was principally about the bad pluces on the works. There, was sumo of the most intelligent among them p...

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LAW. SUPREME COURT.—SYDNEY. VIVERS V. TUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

LAW. *. SUPBEME COURT. ? SYDNKV. r VIVBRS V. TUCK. ?;; Tbi» wai an appeal by the defendant from a decree made ' by the Primary Judge in Equity, on the 27th November, lor specific performance of a contrat in reference to the.' es. 1 ubliibment of gas work* for lifting the town of Maitland. Sir W. Manning, Q.C. Mr. Isaacs, and Mr. Francis ap. ' MMtdin support of the decree. f At the trial of the case before the Primary Judge, it wai crortd tbatthe defendant had been to England, to pur chue the necetary plant, and hid returned to the colony, ind ms endeavouring to get a Bill pawed through the Ptrliament of the colony, for the purpose of lighting llait Imd with gas ; when he asked the plaintiff to become a nirtner with him. Negotiations took place between them, ind oa the 27th September, ' 1 859. an agreement was ' relied by the parties, of which the plaintiff sought to compel a specific performance. By this\ agreement the dtfendant agreed to receive the plaintiff ax a partner and propr...

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THE SHIPPING MASTER'S OFFICE. (From Wednesday's Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

THE. SHIPPING MASTEHS OFf|n (from Wednesday' t Empire] A public meeting of shipowners, cieUk seamen, was held on Tuesday eveningitfl '; Family Hotel, corner of King andSuiioi '??' to take into consideration the advisability i tinning the government to abolish tl/tt - oilier, so far us it uft'ecU the intcrcolortiiU V trade. There were about 200 persont nfew ' represented in pretty equal proporti'dfii '£^ ,;, classes above mentioned. V Mr; John Campbell was ctfled to tliechtit Cuptuiu M'Clenienta rose to move tbeWi C tion, and in doing so called particular attm ;?.. the Io3s caused to owners of vessels iii tm t ? of the delay arising out of the shipment #\ r under the present system. If a fair iriudri i' iny on Saturday nt noun, and a.Beomaiiijtl n ii coaster, the captain would have todifti ]'? following Monday to ship a hand. By thii i r fair wind would linve' turned, iiito a {oul, chances were that the- vessel. w.iuhAijn hound in harbour for n week or ten dayi, Ai hail to pay 2s. fo...

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

Hoi.i.owa v'a Pills and OiNTMi'.ST— Palpitation of tho heart.— Shortness of breath.— These distressing nf fcetions arise from indigestion, or n relaxation statuofthc nervous system, and may ho thoroughly overcome by a course of these corrective Pills. When the throbbing of thu heart, n Mil filing nf fiuffocntion harass tho patient, Hollo way 's Ointment should bo well rubbed twiro a day over thu pit of the stomach and the right side. It will soon bring out a rash, and on ii« appearance all anxiety and ovcry unfavourable symptom will bo mitigated. The tiao of the medicines sliouldyiot.be.djsitintinutd until thu patient has been fur B.-imnUiroo u'emlrnin palpitations, which arc av-iv apt to retuf\ylYg])\ridirjBj}y cured, The Ipswich Cotton Company. — We under stand that two hundred and sixty-six slinvcs have al ready been tnken ut) af.tlie Ip3,vich Cotton Company. Wo presume thru they luiumcnco operations at oner, us there is but a short thnu before the sowing season, which tnkes plac...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

insulvknt'coijut' ? NIJW INSOLVENTS. . '' July 1.— Thomas Simmy, or St. Mary's, South Crrek schoolmaster. Liabilities, £\ 10 Is. O'd. Assets— value of personal property, £22. Delicit, £.S8 Is, fM. July 1.— Hohert Curtis, of Hurry Hills, Sydney, gentle man. Liabilities, £l[),5 Os. 5d. Assets— value of pcrsunnl property, £.10: outstanding debts, £2Q 17s.; total, £50. 17s. Deficit, CVM «s. ,1d. July 1. — Join; Douglass, of Stouey Creek, Burrnnjronrc, storekeeper. Liabilities, .{.'KSS 1.5s. Assets — value of per sonal property, C'l' iU. lil. ? nutxtnn-ling ilcbH, £117 3s. fid.! total, £m 7s. Delieit, ,C7--18s. .any x.~\\ nnnm uuggins, »t iioci;y flat, near Single tun, tenner. Liabilities, £137 (Is. 4d. Assets— valuu of pumnnl property, £27. Delicit, CM Os. 4il. July 2.— hdward Smith, of Ultimo, Sydney, rnpemnker. Liabilities, £408 Gs. 8d. Asset -i— value of real property (mortgaged), ,£301) ; of pcrsouul property, £1 10s. ; total, £301. 10s. Deficit, £10S Kit. Rd. July 2, — Hartinillaig...

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TO THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS OF NEWCASTLE AND DISTRICT. (Per favour of the Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

TO 111 K LICHN'XKD VICTUALLERS OFXEW. CASTLK A.N'D DISTRICT. (Per fnvimr nf t-m NttecastU' Chronicle.) Gi:nti.i:mkn — Having c.iuse to address you, I shall, without apology, b.'g your serious attention to a few re mark*. My grievance is only one of which many have to complain, ami which not nnc of you know how ,'oon you may have to do so iil.su. We hear much of the inelficieticv ol our rulers under responsible government, but what lire we to say of our magistracy who are irresponsible ? I shall, however, confine myself to your particular interests as a budy. You no doubt have noticed the appeal made through the Sydney newspapers to all publicans in the colony, to put down favouritism nud oppression. The Act of Parliament under which the publicans trade is con. trilled, is more despotic than any ever known, to whatever country clitiuiiiig to possess the smallest particle of civili zation. The unlimitel p iwer giv.-ii to magistrate* is con tinually producing the most unjust nnd partia...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 6 July 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sir — I hope you and your readers will excuse me tor appearing in print, but after you have heard my conipfijint, I think you will excuse me if you do not sympatliise'jwith me. My boy, Thomas Chilvers, was last Tuesdayjffom mitted fur trial at the Quarter Sessions, to be held atMait lanil on the 5th of August. Now, it is not tonne ro say anything about the guilt or innocence of my sou or of the ofll-nec laid tu his charge. 1 am glad the case is to go before a jury, on which I place full reliance for justice. Hut it is the subsequent treatment 1 have received at the hands of Mr. Christie and the police magistrate, -of which 1 have to complain. After the boy was committed he was allowed bail ; I an 1 two other friends entered as sureties far him, myself in £iiO and the others in £W each ; but no sooner is my son out than his master (Mr. Christie) claims him as his apprentice. 1 refused to dclirer him up, ns I considered myself ...

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