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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

Haiiit. — Lilcj flakes of snow that fall unperceived upon tho earth, the seemingly unimportant events of lito succeed 0110 another. As the snow gathers together, so are our habits formed. No single flake that is added to the pile produces a sensible change : no singlo action creates, howev-r it may exhibit, a man's charactor ; but as tile tempest aurls the avalanche down the mountain, and overwhelm; the inhabitant and his habitation, so passion acting «pon the elements of mischief, which per nicious habits lave brought together by imperceptible accumulation, may overthrow the edifico of truth and virtue. — Jeremft llentham.

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

c mt: or good hope. 'V\ 0 havo received Capo I'uporx to tho 2 0th of No vember. Tho SWA Africe.n of that date has the following: — ' Wc see by the reiiirns in the English markets, that the demand for wod still increases beyond the supply, though tho supply lias increased by about ten millions of pounds weight, annually, for somo vears back. In ISjO, the qnantly imported was 72,1)7 JylSli lbs. ; in 1S51, Sl,2!)S,773lbs. : in 1S52, yl,G0:!,SU-l lbs. We be liovo it is now alout 120,000,01)0 lbs. And of this tho Capo and New Siuth Wales will this year furnish about one-half. In alnut ten years more it is not improbablo that her coloniei will render Great Britain wholly inde pendent of fora'gn countries for this important article. One reason for tiis immonso demand is an opinion gene rally expressed by medical incn, that woollen clothing is greatly superior to cotton, especially for children. Another reason; is, the splendid improvements in the woollen munufoctures as articles of dress. ...

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STEAMER NIAGARA BURNED. OVER EIGHTY LIVES LOST. PARTICULARS OF THE CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

STEAMER NIAGARA BURNED. OVER EIQIITY LIVES LOST. PARTICULARS Of THE CATASTRorllr.. (From the Chicago Tribune , September 2G.) Ycstorduy morning our city was thrown into a state of great excitement by a report that tho steamer Niagara, of the C'ollingwood Line, was burned to tho wator's edge, off Port Washington, while on her way to this city with a large load uf passengers. The news of tho terrible ca tastrophe was first received by telegraph from Sheboygan, and later particulars were learned from the officers of the steamer traveller which reached this port about 7 o'clock a.m. From Mr. C. C. Wheeler, Clerk of the Traveller, and tho passengers oil boatd the ill-fated Niagara, which wero brought by the Traveller, wc gleaned tho following facts and incidents of the calamity. The Niagara left Collingwood on Monday at 2 o'clock, in placo of tho Koystono State, the regular steamer for that day. Sho started with from 130 to 175 passengers, 25 to 30 of whom she lantlel at Sheboygan, the g...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

UNITED STATES. . I)v wiy of E iglaud ire have intelligence from New York to the 2nd October. In a rpeech delivered at Richmond, Mr. Wise, Gover nor of Virginia, indulged in tho most impious and vio lent languiga towards the Northorn party, stigmatising them as deadly enetnie* to thoir country, dustards, de mons; guilty of tho ain of Cain, the worst of madmen, fratricides, to. Some alarm continncd to exist nt Now York, conse quent upon the proximity of tho yellow fever. The Board of Underwriters of New York have issued a decro to the efleet that the «' limit of grain,'1 on and after the 1st iustant, on board any ve«el for the winter months will be fixed at three-fourths her registeied tan nage, much to tho chagrin of shipowners and ngeut--. This movement, which was originated with tho view of greater Bifety to grain-laden ships, will, it is very gene rally believed, cause such tin advance in the rates of freight as will compensate for the restrictions of the Board of Underwriters. Th...

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LATEST PRICE OF AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

Latest Price op Australian Securities. Australian Agricultural ? ? :!3 to 25 South Australian Land ? 31 to 3(1 Peel River Land and Mineral ? 2J to (H Van Diemen's Land ? 1-Jj to 15J Dank of Australasia ? 97 to 'JO Union Bank of Australia ? G1 to (Hi Oriental ? 37 to 3S South Australian .. .... .... 33 to 35 New South Wales ? 4 1 to 40 English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered ? 151 to 1G I London Chartered of Australia .... 10 to l'JJ Consols, 'Jlj to J for money; aud 01 J to V2 for .account. Italy. — Among tho numerous devices to which the authorities of Milan have had reeourso for the purpjse of arranging a becoming reception for the Kmperor, has been that of raising the wages of tho labourers employed in the renovation of the royal palaces. These 1 1 1 1 1 are paid extravagantly, it is said, under n compact that they shall cry 'God bless him!' when the Etnp-ror appears, and they nro placed under the special care of the police, in ortf-r that they may iut secede from their agree...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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A BRACE OF SCAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

A BRACE OF SCAMPS. ONE ARISTOCRATIC ANU THE OTUER I'I.EBIIN. R ihsou, the Crystal 1'alneo swindi'', lias at length beon upprehendod and brought to this country. lie was nrrested iu n Danish town, while parsing under tho name of Smith. Tlio paj ori tell somo stranuo thing* about the extraordinary oireer of vioa (if this olfer roguo. Attho oflico of tho Crystal Palace for the registration of shares, ho hud only a silary of £lHo a yoar ; but on this slender moans lie established souio chunicil works nt Keiinington Cross, 110 doubt a« a blind, from whieh he wished it to ho inferred thnt I10 drew his moans, lie tjion rented a 1 ir.'O resideuce, with thu high-aoatiding title of ' Kilbtirn Priory,'1 furnii-hod it in a style of great magnificence, started his brougham, dog-cart, no ond of horses, and groom and coachman. Although married, he k'pt two mistresses ; nnd, to get rid of one of rbeai, lie palmed her off on a friend with a bonus of £.100, — while the other was retained in a snug li...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRIAN PERSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

AUSTRIAN PERSECUTIONS. Felicc, Orsini, whoso cruel treatment and imprisoment by Austria is already known to our readers, writes as follows to the Times : — When at the I'aris Congress mention was made of the painful state of affuire of Italy you and the English press spoke in favour of tliat unhappy country ; and you did the same, in the name of humanity, on tho occasion of my flight from the castle of Mantua. Tendering you my sinccrc thanks, I at the same time beg you will bring under the notice of tho public the per secutions ami cruelties committed every day by the Aus trians 011 persons who are not Austrian subjects, and iu a country w here Austria lias no right to be — viz., the Papal States, govcrnod for the last seven years by three masters — tho l'ope, the Emperor of Austria, and the Emperor of tho French. The letters which I receive from my friends are full of accounts of the arbitrary acts daily .committed by those powers on a population less iu number than ill Lon don. Th...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

?toe past year. of duty to look back steadfastly . j* ? n-juafc_.M in 1 1 1 ittt it3 cslstcnco, . iiie'results which time luis brought ?. lit. Notwithstanding a stagnation K-.v-hl affairs consequent upon a previous ?ar.i.iinral. prosperity, the Northern Dis with satisfaction to the outward !y improvement during the year 1856. i is been highly propitious to tlio :;i .1 the agriculturist, who havo been -i:r::ge fair prices without great sacrifice 1,, ?. I11 our gold-fields the producc has extent hitherto unknown, from tho ? nded nnd persevering labour has it ?' - assist in their developcmcnt. In j i.f consumption there has been a ;nices, which may in some instances, 11 ;;.'ain) have thwarted the speculator, . ful should we be that such luxuri .} ? 1 us, and that our fellow-beings opportunity of extracting their hard necessities of others. It is : lie few should suffer in lieu of tho | : ial matters there is likely to be for tho futvire. Tho retributive ;? dealt out with deserved force...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. A Travelling Military Kitchen. — The Monilcur de I'Arinee says ; — ' Experiments have recently b-en made iu Piodiuont o{ a portable kitchen for tho army, which tippuurrf to present. Home useful advantages. Xc will serve for a whole battalion, und will furnish 1000 j rations of sonp a day. Tho apparatus is made in such a I manner that the co;-ks cin work while 011 a miroh either I by day or night — a fact which is of tho greatest impor tance, as thu soldier as Rron as ho halts, and when ex hausted by fitL'ue, can bo immediately supplied with food. Marshal S ix--, who so well understood nil tho de tails of a campaign, hid an idea of this kind; but ac cording to his pi in euc'ti company was to have 0110, which would have increaietl the nnmbe* of carriages to an in convenient degree. Tho information wo bare received of this invention is not sufficiently compete to allow of our judging what similarity it uiav bear to a system brought forward at tho Univer...

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THE MAITLAND ROAD TRUST AND THEIR CLAIM ON THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

THE MAITLAND 110 AD '1'IUJST AND TIII3IK CLAIM ON Til 13 GOVERNMENT. Mr. Pidbinoton moved, on tlio 30th ultimo, for copies of all correspondence between His Excel lency the Governor nnd tho Commissioners of tho Maitland Road Trust, upon the subject of tho dangerous condition of tlio Lochinvar Road, to gether with the Estimate for tho repair of such -road, mado and forwarded by tho Trust to the Government, at their request. Mr. Ilay, in re ply, throw tho usual quantity of cold water on tho subject, by stating that the documents wero unim portant, but immediately thereon (perhaps inad vertently) he admitted that thoy had been suffi ciently important to induce the Board of Works to recommend the payment of tho required sum, and to induce tho lata Secretary of Lands and Works, (T. A. Murray, Esq.,) to place that sum on the Estimates. Thus, then, the Cowpcr ministry had fully admitted the justice of the Road Trust claims, and wero prepared to pay them ; ' but,' continued Mr. Hay, ' tho C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Wo havo Adolaido journals to thu 20th instant. Candidates for tho two Hotisss nf Logi-hituro nro slowly coming forward, among whom is Mr. James Allen, the proprietor of the Adolaido Times. The Crivornor, who had been Buffering from dysentery, was hotter. Urrr.n House Elp.otios. — The ticket for the Upper Houso Election inay now be considered as all but com |) lit'. — Times. - Tub Departure of Mn. Justice OoorEn. — This gentluinm, who has for ei^htotu years discharged juili oinl function* in' tho oniony, is about to procoud to Kuropo 011 lenvo of abjonco. Yesterday, in the Suprcne Court, Mr. Ju«tico Cooper etited publicly that ho expected to Bail on Tuesd ay nc.xt. It is unde'stnod that tho learned gentleman has taken passage for himself and his Udy in tlio Orient. It would bo a just not, on tho part of the colonists, to ofTur to Mr. Justice Cooper eonio public acknowledgment of tho respcet in which during kii lung a period hu has been held, iu consequence of thu man...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. ALEXANDER PEARCE THE TASMANIAN CANNIBAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. ALEXANDER TEARCK T 1 1 1-i TASMANIA)* CANNIBAL. This man of horror nnd crime was ono of a party cs aping from tho Western ITell, Macquario Harbour, iu S2'J. The account wo derive from the Ilohart Town iiisttte, of I S 'J 1- , as recited iu Melvilli's Old Almanac. Upon the occasion of tho execution of this runaway, be Uov. Mr. Connolly, tho Roman Catho'ic clergyman, 1 the request of tho condemned ouo, delivorod an nd ress to tlio crowd, detailing tho enormities and Buffer ings of tho men. Tlio difficulties of escaping from tho penal sottlmncnt . -c scarcely to bo exaggerated. l'earco w«- accompanied ft Matthew Travcrs, Hob Greenliill, Dill Cornelius, ? .xander Dalton, John Mathers, Hodman, and Drown. *.ing the provision of tho coal party, which would '''lord them each two ounce* of food a day for one week, 5' :y prepared for their departure by two boats. It was customarv, in order to civo notice to tho mili ary of any attempt at bolting, to maintain near cach ?...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DEC. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

PA RLI AM ENT ARY I NTELLI G EN7 CE . (Ahriilycd from the Empire ) ?LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Dec. 30. On the motion of Mr. Thomson, a resolution was car riod in favour of tho coins of the Sydney Mint being mado a legal tender in all parts of the British dominions. The othor business transacted was morely of a formal nature. The Council adjourned at twenty-five minutes past six o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

ICE TO I\WI- CONTUI IUTTOKS. intruded for insertion to be address?/! to with motto attached— (he real home of the ?' enclosed in n rejkd envelope, which will not ' ,-dcss the contribution is i'-sfrteil, .fcrtake to rt'/nr» refected contributions. TV:RMS FOR AOVKTlTlSFMr-NTS. ami under, One fthilllnpt every additional Ton -cc \ One Inch, Three Shilling*; ami One #no : Qvcry additional inch or part of an inch. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*. .** per Quaitcr when p.tld In advance; ami Nine ' v«t fald within Koiktrkn I)a\» aflcr the com ?»r cach Quarter. discontiuuo Advertisements mnst .'i writing on tlio day previous to

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

Northern Times. TIIK shareholders of the Northern Tiims are hereby *- quested in pnrsuanco of a resolution of their bodv'u) pay tho calls made on or bofore the 3lst day of De cember. Attention is requested to the 2nd and 3rd eluusct of the deed. FRANCIS MASON, I'or self and otitis. CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, ami Adce/isc ments under twenty words, only One S/ii/liny, TIIE v NORTHERN TIMES' General printing (Qficc. F MASON begs to inform the inhabitant* *f West ? Maitland nnd the neighbouring district! tliat liu Is prepared to execute all order* at the abovo Utablish mcnt, and hopes, by strict attention, spoedyk'spnteh, combined with a first-rate stylo of printing, to merit \p. their patronage. / n'M| Every description of Lcttcr-prcss printiq- executed h^jjvith neatness and despatch. ^ Book-work, Catalogues, Posters, IVillhcj-s* Cheque Books, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlets, /how Cards, and ovcry other description of plain and ornamental printing in a slylo uo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

uu*:;. s^nu mkmo- I v ?;- !; « ^nRN,**«IMant savoys cabbagcs. cauliflowers, brocoll, ' ? ? ! :*. ? t .-nip*, vplnach for winter, cnbbngo sceda, French .)», . - radish. Clear ground of rubblih and doposlti. .naj* ? t ? ig culture of lufliclcnt growth. Clear ground of V ' ?-*. Water jmd gather ai the case requires. Nf.o r.\- ? ? arcfhl general lupcrintcndenec, clearing from weeds ?2 '!:j- k«. italnlog, fa*. '* - - 11 —yardt to l-e preserved from J»cumbernnce by . *.t ! i.tm- ?«, Hudding. During the b«Jt aeuon, all thrublw, n n; . n, ;.re attention, ?' ..m»' io be broken f«»r crop* of wheat, batley, &c. ' ' »r maue is ti- Oc got rendy. Tobacco cutting may '? : ACT OF SALi:S B\' AUCTION. Monday, 5th January. P. : 1 irk, at tlio Alma Hotel, midway botweeu CIa: .. Town and Dun^og, at Eleven o'clock, Ii .? . . nil Lands, con»istmR of — I,ot 1 , 100 acros, ; Alma Hotel ; Lot 1, 75 acres ; Lot 8, 26 .. ? ? 1 14, 66 acres, i- 1'. t hitch, at his temporary sale rooms, near the i'vin . ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

'?WEEKLY CALEXDAU. limn wATtiv at j M»* SVM ^ NMVCA8TLR matt a*r* j ???? ? ?* XOR.H KVRK sh m h m h m h m . .. 8. S. * 50 7 11 ' 2 20 2 50 ... 4 S 4 60 7 11 J 3 28 4 G ... 5 ». D 0 7 11 9 4 45 6 23 . . . (V T. 5 1 7 11 10 5 ? 50 G 30 .. 7 \V. 6 2 7 11 11 G 57 7 24 . .. 8 Th. 5 3 7 11 7 -»7 8 11 . . . D; V. 5 4 7 11 I3 8 31 8 31 ' ' ii st Quarter, 3rd January, 10 h. 18 m. p. m. »atcr at. the Flats about half nn hour later 6tlc; at Morpeth about two hours later; nnd : : .it four hours later.

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

IYDNEY NEWS. [Fnou oui Special CoitnEsroNDEitT.l The Sydney elecion has terminated in tho return of^ Mr. Dafley, by a majority of 5U5, an event not antici-? pated by his mostsanguine supporters. I know of noV other cause than th- absence of patriotism, which lett the g doctors clioico betwen an old man with energies worn | out, whose caution Apolitical matters forbids adopting the | nrocrcssivc ideas oithe ace, and a vonnir man whoso a talents must be takeivm faith, and whose youthfulness is a »' sure guarantee of hisiractical inexporience. Doubtb ss, the olectors made th host selection, and doubtless, tho .. rtv3u7/»or puirtec in this colony. Parliament ro-assenblod on Tuesday, December 23rd. ? lho llouso in Cotnmitee, has had under its consideration, ' the Gold Fielda Managnient Bill. The miners' right has; been fixed at 20s., tho:gh amendments were proposed tor reduee it to 5a. and Is. v Tho R. M. S. S. Onida, the herald of the line of the European and Anstraian Steam Navigation ...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE IIOCKY RIVER. We hac soon a letter from the Rocky River Diggings, \tf which staos that tho branch of tho Rank of Now South Wales at iiat place, acting upon instructions from hea-^ quart* rs, lavo lowered the prico of gold from £3 16s 9d to £3 l'dsier ounco. Tho causc for this reduction wat . J tho introdction into tlu Legislature of bills fortheVj abolition c the license feo and tho charging au export M duty on g-d. It will havo been obnerved, from our'jJ I'atli.unenti-y reports, that these measures have been^ v postponed ;-r luoro urgent natter*, and cannot now,iv conic into free with tho new year, as originally pro- 1 posed. Tho ?nccrtainty as to when the new law woulitj3' come into opration has induced tho bank in question it].' would scorn, \- adopt this precaution to securo them- 1 serves from los. Tho suspenso which has beon caused involves the digger to serious loss, as ho has to pay both taxes, his liceti^ foo being still required and his pro-, duco being do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

Printed nd published by Fruw:ia Uasov, for self and others, U, , the No&thb&m Tikci Geaaal Printing Office, Higlr Street, Wcct { 1 Maitland, Ntff South Wales. Saturday, January 3, 1057 j

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