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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

To Agents, Owners, mid Masters of Vessels Loading undcjjXho A. A. Company's Shoots. F'iOM and affcmli^dute, and until further notice, an nllow£lie/ of one shilling nnd throe pence per ton will be mnd/y/on all coal required to be lightered on board/sl^is loniing at tho A, A. Com pany's Shoots. / .. / ARTHUR HODGSON, yf,^. General Superintendant, A. A. Coijrpany. Newcastle, July 9th, 18(-1. EX 'MORJfpfG STAy^-Tho New Con aKBaA'yo/AyHiWN/-o-)KS.'«JLXi(alKNAOo-'- and Co., hnt-Yu-*ysfnp-tii£ the Cojlirt House, Hunter-s'recTW'ewcasf!?' EOR SALEAi jy^^Tii's StoMj/ King-street— HOBAKjKpirN SKliD PO'l^TOliS. MISS IMSl^yjK jn,y)ii:3' School, .Church street, Nc^stfb, irill fti-pi;4-Qoii Monday next, July 1,0 th. ^jf ' ' V ?''- ' ./) TO LET. — A cdpiinoditius House, at the Bank BuiLDiNna, Kmig-stject. Apply, immediately, to GEORaKTuLLYA/n- C/. N / If- I /*% V / TO LET, n HMisVrifBgltfc-stroet, nfext door to Chronicle, ojnee, /onsVitiflg of spapious Shop, and nine rooms, kitchen and out-nfllccs,...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Municipality of Maitland. — We understand that a preliminary meeting will be held to-morrow (Wednesday) evening, at the Mechanics' Institute, East Maitland, to make arrangements for culling it public meeting with n view to the incorporation of the town. — Mercuni, July 9. Accidents to Children. — A little child of Mr. Jerry Landrigan, about two years of age, residing at Cookey Camp, was severely burnt last week. It appeared that the mother left two of her children in the house, while she went into the yard to milk. On hearing a scream she returned to the house, and found the youngest child in flames. It is supposed that the elder child must have boen playing with the fire, and accidentally set fire to the other, who re ceived such injuries that no hopes are entertained as to its ultimate recovery. — We have also heard that a child of Mr. Edward Lawler's, of Phwnix Park, was scalded in a serious manner by^the tip setting of a pot of boiling water, the particulars o...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Su-Last Friday afternoon our streets were en rened by the procession of the fire brigade, prece ? Id by a band of music. After proceeding to Honey Btkle Point and LakeMacquarie-road, they returned kilis fire engine station, to partake of the viands tipsred to celebrate the fifth anniversary. The fire ipde movement is second to none in importance, (eren the volunteer movement. The best thanks tie fire insurance companies, interested in New ille, and of the citizens here, are due to the mem 9 of the fire brigade. That their services may I be required must be the hearty wish of all ; but to, they are ready to encounter the devouring de nt for the preservation of life and property. Great lise is due to Mr. Webb, the foreman, for his romptness, energy, and ability, on every occasion b there has been an alarm of fire. — Yours, &c, Newcastle, July 8, 18G1. OBSERVER .

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THE ANTI-CHINESE RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

THE ANTI-CHINESE RIOTS. Probably thero is no part of tbe British minions, save New South Wales, where an meJ mob of so-called civilized people would permitted to assault and maltreat a band of irmless meu whose only crime is that they are feigners, to multilate their persons, to burn *ir provisions, to deprive them of tho means obtaining an honest livelihood, and all with !J most absolute impunity. But certainly itre is no other part of Her Majesty's empire bo it could bo said that such things have *n done not with impunity but in reality at he instigation of persona in authority. Tho to riots are a shame upon the wretches who ok part in procuring them, a shame upon the fwnraont, and a shame upon that portion of le Colonial press which has supported tho -le- oniaoal rage that prevails among ignorant ople against tho Chinese nation. Hoi? far that morbid antipathy was promoted by I Cowper's speeches and demeanor ut Lambing ^ is tow very evident. The Cliiof Secretary light to raise pol...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. , uly i.— George Thomas, of Newcastle, miner. Liabi is, £30 Us. id. Assets— value of personal property, i Deficit, £2.5 Its. M. July 6. — John Woolley, of Windsor, carpenter am: bcr. Liabilities, £30 4s. (id. Assets— value of real werty. £10. Deficit. £14 4s. Gd. ) RULES NISI. July 4.-On the petition of George King Waldron, auc nieer, of Kiama, a rule nisi was granted, returnable on ridsy, the 12th July, calling upon William Irving, aue ? neer, of the same place, to show cause why his estate 1 lould not be sequestrated for the benefit of his creditors. My 5.— Oa the petition of James Anderson, of Sydney, trchint, a rule iii.ti' was granted, returnable on the 12th 1;, requiring James Simpson, of Sydney, licensed yic | iller, to appear and show cause why hit estate should be sequestrated for the benefit of his creditora.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. * Sewage Fallacies.— The question ] must shortly engage the attentioa' -tborities in Auckland ; and, as beari - subject of sowage, we extract the foffl *' graph from the London City pn matters which we are most anxionj h ~' by means et sewere, are not remoTJUwlOf all ; they subside to tho lowest lerfcs drains, form a constantly increasioBlSt which is incessantly generating poig)X' and no ordinary admixture of water J^ most energetic flushing, ever rem^P' up this bed; so that, ou the present m periodical renewal of sewers is ajfl^ cessity, and the outlay cannot be imJ ' once for all, but must become a tarn stitution, a tax for tbo impover'iBl&AL country, and the destruction of hujflp every city and town which adopts fl* ITS onr floors lie channels of putrefying^ t no water power will wash oway ; theL Ln times loaded wish the germs ofinlecj i ease, find outlets to ourdvyelliogroaai: p^ closets and sinks, mix with the airitf) ' by moans of gullies and ventilating...

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ACCIDENTS AND INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

ACCIDENTS AND INQUESTS. An inquest was held at Mr. Fryar's, Wallsend Colliery Inn, nu the Cth July, on the body of JaneTurnbull, a child only fourteen clays old. Dr. Morgan in his evidence be lieved the child to. have been born prematurely, but with medical attention it might probably have been preserved. The child had been delicate (since it was born, and while it was evident that it had not had sufficient medical attend ance, it ought also to be Mated tli.it the father had Itecn an invalid for unwitrlft of three months. This case, simple as it in, clearly prves the determination nf Dr. Knaggs to let nothing pass in wiiich«there in n panicle of doubt. There nre medical fnu wjthin the reach of the miners, and it would be well ir they would avail themselves nf their ser Ticcs. \ Dr. Knaggs, the coroner, hold another inquest on the Gill instant, on the body of n stillborn female child, at the house of Mr. Griffiths, a farmer residing nt War.itah. The evidence showed that there had bee...

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POLICE SATURDAY. (Before H. Scott. Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

POLICE. SATURDAY. (Before H. Scott. Esq.. P.M .1 William Tipper, James Roberts, and Thomas Ferguson seamen belonging to the ship Niraroud, were charged with continued wilful neglect of duty on board that ship. These men were a very good specimen of the English sailor- thev desired to join the Fawn, man-of-war, at Sydney, jutt when the Nimroud was leaving Port Jackson, but that did not suit captain Peterkin's convenience, and they were brought on with the ship to this port, still refusing so do duty. The men appeared to be labouring under the belief that haviuj communicated with the second lieutenant of the Fawn their engagements with the Nimroud were at an end' Cantain Petcrkin mosVlkndsomelv said thev «»»- »..J good men indeed ; tlntfTje had not had a word with thenj since the ship left ^onipil;? and his worship recommending an amicable arrangemVit, which was wisely assented to and the men were sent oiiVmrd to their duty. Jeremiah Parrel), a scarmn of the barque Tomatin, who came a...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

ENGIJSj EXTRACTS. Melancholy Occurrence, and Loss op Seven Lives, — One of tho saddest occurrences which wo (North British Daily Mail) luivc been called upon to chronicle for many years in connexion with tho river Clyde, took place ou Satur'Jay afternoon at Govan, whereby ssveu lives liavo boon lost. The stoamor Lochguil, trotn Liochgouliead, called as usual at (jrrccnooK, where a considerable number of working men went on boarJ, with the view of visiting their friends in Glasgow, Gowan, Patrick, &o., doubt less intending to return on Monday morning. All went well until tho stoamer readied Govan Ferry, when a number wished to go on shore. By this time many wero tho worse for liquor, and no sooner had tbo ferry-boat got alongside tho steamer, than a rush was made, and not less than thirty gob into it. Tho consequonco was that before tbc boat could got away it upset, and throw the whole of the persons into the water, including a woman and a girl of twelve years of ago, both of...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SIUGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SIURI.ETOX. Thursday, C p.m. — The nomination for a member to re present the constituency of Patrick's Plains, in place of Mr. Lesley, resigned, took place to.day at noon. Mr. W. Clerihew proposed, and Mr. W. C. Lesley, seconded, the nomination of Mr. J. J. Harpur. There being no opposi tion, Mr. Harpur was declared duly elected. MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. — In reference to the late affairs in parliament, there is a general feeling that the Governor served the Assembly right. It appears that, after his ICx cellency left the house on proroguing parliament, Pyke tore up the Governor's speech and trampled on it. Mr. Ilowitt and his party have started forCooper'sCreck. This day (lth of July) has passed without the usual American rejoicings. 8 p.m.— The cEcnrts have arrived with 31,61)5 ozs. of gold. The Joshua Dates, from Manila, brings a cargo of sugar for the company. Friday Evening. — The Government steamer Victoria is to he sent round to the North coast, in searc...

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FIRE AT THE BARRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

FIRE AT THE BARRACKS. A fire (which, however, was fortunately not attended with any serious results) took place nt one o'clock yester ny morning, at the Military Barracks, in this city. From enquiries made, we learn that the disaster was caused ori ginally by the chimney becoming ignited, and subsequently a portion of tho roof, which has received sonic slipht damage, two apertures having been made therein. The promptitude with which the alarm was given, and tho ala crity and willingness displayed in ronduring assistance, were, doubtless, tho means of preventing consequences of a more serious nature— -the extensive range of Wildings, and the quantity nf timber employed in their construction, being by no means calculated to offer any obstruction to the ravages of the devouring element. A detachment of the Newcastle Firo Brigado, [together with an engine, under command of their foreman, Mr Webb, were promptly on the spot; but, owing to tho exer tions ot Sergeant Darby, assisted by Mr. ...

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JOTTINGS FOR SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

JOTTINGS FOR SERVANTS. Let your character be remarkable for in dustry and moderation ; your manners and deportment for modesty and humility ; your dress distinguished for simplicity : frugality and neatness. A dressy servant is a disgrace to a house, and renders her employers as ridiculous as she does herself. If you out shine your companions in finery you will inevitabbly excite their envy and make them your enemies. Keep your kitchen and furniture as clean and neat as possible, which will then be an ornament to it, a comfort to your fellow servants, and a credit to yourself. More over, good housewifery is the best recom mendation to a good husband, and engages men to honourable attachment to you. She who is a tidy servant gives promise of being a careful wife. When you find that there is anything to spare, and that it is in danger of being spoiled by being kept too long, it is very commendable in you to ask leave to dispose of it, while it is' fit for Christians to cat. If such pe...

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ANNIVERSARY OF THE NEWCASTLE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

ANNIVERSARY OF THE NEWCASTLE FIUE 15RIGADIC. The fifth nnnivemry of the Newcastle Fire Rrigade was celebrated on Friday last, the ;ith instant. The members assembled at four o*'clod; p.m., and having formed them, selves into procession, with their two engines, fully equip ped, and ready for active service, they paraded the prin cipal streets of the citv and suburbs, proceeding to Honey suckle Point, and Lake Mncauuvic-rnad. and headed bv Mr. Failing's band. At six o'clock, the members sat down to an elegant and substantial repast, which had been pro vided in the engine-house, Nowcoineii. street. About fifty ? ergons were present, and the chair was occupied by Mr. lenry Webb, the foreman of the brigade, supported on the right by Captain liolton, the treasurer, and on the left his Worship the Mayor. The dinner having been con cluded,.aud the cloth removed, the more formal portion of the proceedings were commenced by the chairman pro posing tho health of her most gracious Majesty the Q...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

COMRESPQNfiBRCB. To the Editor of the Ncwcastlc''Chroniclc. Sin — 1 do not wish to deny the statements of your ; correspondent Thomas Chilvers, but I can very easily explnin my conduct, nnd after it is explained, you will not think me the petty tyrant that Mr. Chilvera would liko to mnkc me out. 1 would like to keep * my plncp us un apprentice mnstcr ought, for- it is very pluin, that if I was to let one get the upper It it ll #1 I »ttr\ttl fl ^firM* cw.nrt onii tl\t\ #\ + 1t nt*o f ftfiflff (ft fTflt the upper hand itteo, mid in that way I would never bo out of hot wajL Now for^gi|Kplanntion. It is about twelve rnonthbico^intpi^Hw Chilvcrs began to try to get the fypV^idVitn^p found that he * could not succeed, ao ho ran nwny,TTnd took another of my apprentices with him, who had, previous to Chilvers' coming to my employ, been a very good and obedient apprentice — and that is what Chilvers never wua fur a week at a time. To be i us brief nn possible, I will now (ell you how this la...

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SNAKE CHARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

SNAKE CHARMING. We arc engaged in tracing these streets, and Kurecma had just descended oncofj^ho square openings of a cistern to asclrxiiin whether it had any communication with an adjoining ruin, when, to his terror, he ob served a large snake peeping out of a cic vice in the opening bv which ho had now to ascend. 'A snake, master, a snake !' he exclaimed, in a voice bespeaking the great est horror, and it was then I ascertained for tfco first time that the only thing the little bandit dreaded in this world was a reptile. ' What am I to do ?'he asked, in a most dis tressing tone, ' how am I to get out of this place ?' That the snake had retreated into its hole, and was much terrified at seeing him as he could possibly have been on ob serving it, was not sufficient encouragement. He was frightened to such an extent that h& almost wept. I could not help him ; the reptile had retired into its stronghold, to which my stick had no access. I proposed stopping up the hole with a ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO M. E. H. CANTO THE SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. TO M. E. H. CANTO THE SECOND. When you, dear Miss, your nonsense sent, (I hope I am not violent) Not men nor gods knew what you meant,' Nor, I believe, yourself. So sang the poet of other days, When first he read Lord Thurlow's lays ; And I must snv mv tonnuedoth itch When yours I read, Miss M. E. ll. Like William Chaucer in the gang— That's got a hold of convicts' slang — When he comes out, begins to bark, 'Bout getting ' stabbed when in the dark.' So you, that love yourself to deck, And puff about your ' self-respect,' Just read your linos 'bout friends and foes, And also of the man and nose, And tell me if you call that rhyme — If in it there is tune or time — Or if it's either chaste or fine. Your ' pretty self' you would not lower, For all the love that's in my power To give, at praises that could flow From one like me that's born so low, 'Tis only upstart worth that fears The world's satires, frowns, and leers ; * \ True worth oi soul— to all so dear — J From ...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.. This body met ns usual, on Monday evening last. Pre. ?sent — His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Corlettc, Kemp, Fleming, Brown, Tiglic, Ross, and Pratten. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed. ^* A letter from the Undcr-Secretarfof the Treasury wu read, informing the Council that the sum of £280 had been placed in the Bank of Nf^South Wales, to the credit of the Council, for the renairV^lronbark Bridce. Alderman Corlettc moved thai the City Surveyor be in. structcd to examine and report on the present state of the said bridge, and bow the grant could be roost judiciously expended thereon. Alderman Pratten seconded the motion, which was carried unanimously. A letter from tho Undcr-Sccrctary of the Treasury «ai also read, informing tho Council thai the sum of £4-K)wai placed to their credit, fur the construction of a punt across the river Hunter, at Jvllcoy. A letter addressed by li is Worship the Mayor to Jho Minister for Lands, wa» also r...

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OSCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

OSCULATION. When a fair correspondent, inquired of the ' British Apollo'' why kissing was so much in fashion, what benefit was derived from it; ami who was its inventor, the oracle answered — ' All, madam, had you a lover, you would not come to Apollo for a solution, since therV isN» dispute but the kisses of mutunUovWs rrVe infinite satisfaction. As to its invention, \ is certain Nature was its author, %oE i^begau with the first courtship.' Apollo was right. We indignantly scout the assertions of Utose unromuntic individuals who maintain, Unit in the desire of the sus picious ancients to test their wives' and daughters' sobriety originated a practice re probated by Socrates the philosopher, Cato the censor, Ambrose the saint, and IJunynn tho tinker, and hiudcd by lyrists aud lovers from the beginning of time. When the constable of Castile visited the English court, after the accession of James I., proud and pompous as the Spaniard was, he was right well pleased to bestow a kiss on ...

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TO THE BARDS OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

TO THE BARDS OKJJBWCASXLE'; Illustrious bards, kesk, an you Shining in your oph lightfbelow; Qr is that' li/it renewed ? 'Tis sn mix'd u#with drfkness foul, It scarcely seeiffs like light at nil, And can'tAut bo duspeotcd. In thy produc/ions, p. A. R., Arc lines of ljght h/th bright and fair, But tliey/areJpoilt by others So very destituj^f meaning, They must have been composed when dreaming, Or gazing at the stars. Thou lately wrote a precious muddle Ot nnnseiisp, all about a puddle — Fit subject for a ho;; ; ' Son of a day, just buoyant' now, ' Then number'd with the puppies' low, As tenants nf a bog. ' M, 15. It.' treats us, common rabble, With full an ell of school-girl's twaddle, And washerwoman's chat ; ' Love, tanks, and ramrods,' aro her theme — She'd better learn to hem and seam, Or go and nurse, thu cat. ' D. F.,' what shall I say to rhco, Thou hypocritical pharisee — Thou ' daw in horrow'd plumes ; A line or two the others stole, Moro bold than they, thou grabs a whole An...

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SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 10 July 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. July G.— Mary Anne, schooner, 13', Greig, from Mel. bourne. July 0.— Squaw, brig, ICC, Moulton, from Mclbourns. July G.— Bella Vista, barque, IG(5, Groves, rrom Mel bourne. July 7 —Gazelle, brig, 178, Baker, from Sydney. July 7.— Scotia, brig, 130, Blacklook, (rom Sydney. July 8.— Camilla, schooner, 208, White, from Sydney. Mingle and Co, agents. July 8.— Pearl, schooner, 146, Fallu, from Geelong. July 9.— Rainbow, steamer, from Sydney. DKPARTURES. July 6\— Elizabeth, schooner, Nias. forLaunccston, with 154 t^u* coal. Julysfi.— Anne Sanderson, brig, Barton, for Adelaide, with VXX^ons coal, and 500 bushels maize. ^*4r£.— Margareta Roscner, Dutch ship, Eggers, for O|fg¥, N. Z., with 020 tons coal. July 6.— Rainbow, steamer, for Maclcay River. COASTERS INWARDS. July 6.— Lavina, from Synney. July 7.— Zone.Grafton, Nancy, Catherine Agnes, Petrel, Louisa Maria, and Margaret and Mary, from Sydney. Jnly 8. — lona, anil Mountain Maid, from Sydney. , July 9.— Elfin, from S...

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