ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Northern Times Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 66,284 items from Northern Times, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
66,284 results
PRUSSIA AND SWITZERLAND. COMPLETE ACCEPTANCE OF THE ARRANGEMENTS BY THE FEDERAL ASSEMBLY OF SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

PRUSSIA ANI) SWITZERLAND. COMPLETE ACCEPTANCE OP THE A Kit AKOEME.VT8 BT THE FEDUAL ASSKMULY OP SWil ZKRL.AND. The Paris corresdonrtent of the Daily News fsrwards the following despatch : *' Berne, Friday January 1G. 41 The final vote of tlu* Federal Assembly of Switzer land has just been taVen upon the propositions of the Federal Council for the stttlement of a dispute with '?The Council of States which, together with the National Council, constitutes tho Federal As embly of Switzerland, .having separately discussed tho proposi tions, in a long nud animated debute, hag just resolved upon their adopt'on. There were 82 members voting in the majority ; the minority jvas composed of Messrs. Fazy, Vogi, and Pignut.'

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCE. Paris, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

FRANCE. Paris, Thursday E*ei»ia£. Verger's trial will alter all, take placo on S iturdny, al- hough Ihe c-»ntrary is stated iu the morning papers. ThtC-»urto?Cas u'i m,pr«aide I ove:J yM. Ijia a'gneB .rri-, this morning r-jeetcd bis diUwry appeal agaiuat the form of hi- c ?rumiUal. Tnis aftenuwm, at about 0'ie o'clock, a young mm iq a blo'uo threw hinndl off tho colu-nn in thi Pjho-j Veud(»m«, un 1 waft killed «»n the He f»U on his head inside the railings, and almost c os- to the foot of the co umn on tl e n-»rth Hide facing the R ie d« 1 1 Paix. It i« btated that two suicides ayear ou an average are commitied at ibis column. AliPtcha, the britberof th» Viceroy of E^vpt, who his been pisd-g sirne tiiue iu France, left M »ra«illos ua Mondnv for Al -xandria. Tn« Bon sj Ims been tolerably i«teidy, but the open, ing quotation* w^-ru not quite m-tintiiued, aud no grwat amount of bmune-s wax done. Toe Renrn cln«ed «t 07f, 75':., y»^terda)*s price for ca*h, and C7f. U5c., with a rii»o of ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

MAITLaNI) school ok arts. I A Mf.nriNG of tho ManoRing Committee of this institu tion, convened by cliculur, whk hr.ld in the now building on Saturday cvinjn^. Present— Mpjaiu Dickson Burns, Sinclair, Potti, Goirick, Kvunn, Shn|-|iat-l, Haker, Dr. M'Caitiif-y, and tlio uunrotarv (Mr. Ai nirtttoufc.) Mr. Baker wan moved into tlio oliair. After the Secretary bad road the minuio* of tbo pre— vIoiih meeting,, Air. Evans then moved, suoundud by J)r. M'Cartuey— - *' That tbo ficcrutnry bo instructed to convoy by letter to the Du.uum'tf Court of tho I'iao Church the thanks of the committee for permitting tbo uho of the r veliool room nt; long nn nqnlred for the put pose of Iho institu tion, ,-ind ill,. t a copy of ihe last 1 ialf- yearly Jlcport ac company the mud Idler of thatikN.' The motion was nnanimoiuily agreed to. Mr Sinclair then moved — 'That the committee Rhoitld endenvnur lo cHlahliOi clavKtH in conncction with the institution «s Boon an pnit Hildu for the Btudy of all tho bianc...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD FIELDS. TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

GOLD FIELDS. TASMANIA. Gold Fields. — S nuo ur la-t, nil accounts received ngr™ in douriliing the yi.-id .if gold greater^ and tbo ?lumber ul forHmia pro«ieir inR thn eearch more nnmor ouh. Th-* fall of ruin cann-il -a ri«u in tho river, and oora ptttlnd Home htmtU to on tbo hil!g ubovn, fiom wliciiei) tliey hronjdit tho etufl down arid wa-iliod it, be ing well rew«rdi:d for their troutilo by thu (/old it con tained. It lininNo houn dincovtrml In fov^ral pnrl.s nd joinlng tha South E-k ; there hardly cxi'tJt a donbt, lliorofurc, tliiit «? profit, ible yo'd field will h' brought to li-;lit. Tin- LaUTitT.Bl' ri Gol'! Commute- mi»c determined to h-iu1 nnr. five (un tie* ol' f .ur ini-n t; icti, lurni.liioi! tliein with rjliions an-l' to. I-, for a month, nnd n rt-wa-d of CI 000 Khouid t.liey bn nni:eo--lui iu /iii'liiic a piyable II 1 -. On f lio motion of our rnt-mb-r, Mr. Ro^tin-, th IJ'iih i of A-txeutbly pinned a reroi ntion, for rhn intru duetiou nf a hill nut.b'ri«ing a reuiud of...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. COOK AND FITZ ROY WARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

M UN'I C'X 1' A L E L E C T I O X S. COOK AJil) FIT7, ROY WA11DS. a'mketino of tlio proposers and socontlors of candidates for. the representation of tliesj wards in tho new Mu nicipal Council was held on Wednesday at tho Blind Beggar. Tho mealing appeared to bo called for the purpese of authorising somo person or persons on bohtdf of the electors to ascertain from. the SlieriH' ofltcially his opi nion on tho followiiig.questions : — ' 1. Whether nn elector for Cook and I'itz Hoy Wards can vote for four candidates ? ' 2. And whether, if such olcctor can vole for four candidates, he mu-t vote for them on one bnl -i loting paper, at one time, and at one polling' place?' ' 3. Or whether such elector can, nt his own option: voto for. two candidates iu Cook Ward at the polling place there to bo provided ; and for two other candidates in KHz Hoy Ward, at another polling placo specially provided for that Ward Another point was raised by Mr. Ilenry Fisher as to whether if a candidate should...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. April 10.— An inquest vra* hgld yesterday, at Raymond Terrace, by Mr. Knag^s the coroner forthi* istrict, on tlie body of a man, name unknown, which was found floating on the river opposite Raymond Terrace, on Wednesday I-uit. James McDonald .proved having dis - covered the body floating down the str- arn when he wa« cr-ssing the river from Nelson's Plains to Raymond Terrace, when he gavo information to -the constables, and assisted to remove tho body on .shore ; the witness had no knowledge of the man. Thomas Ku.shtnn, con stable, confirmed the evidence of tho previous witness, and proved that there were no .marks of violence oo the body wheu found ; hud unide every enquiry to nsccrta'n the name of the deeea»-,d, without success. Philip Doherty, fanner, of Brandon, depo ed to have also obrerved tlie b 'dy floating in the river, and to have ser.t bis boy to iu'orrn the con-tables ; had no knowledge of tho man. John Buckhy, chief constable, deposed t...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Visrriso M.inisTP. ate. — U!b Kxcelloncy tho Go vernor General, willi the a.Jvico of tho Kxccutive C'liin cii, has been plowed to appeint I'Vudrrick Ormo Darvall, '(Esquire, to bo Visiting MiijifiMlc of tho In v.ilid Katub. lUhmont :it I'arr.in nttn, inc'iuling the p .1 tiou thereof Ki-f. nnnrh for Lilnnf liw. — tiOvernnieilt Guzetti '. ? Commissi. hckrs for 11.wi.wa v. — Fiidny'd Government . Gazette publishes tho iippointniniiG of 'its honora ble John liny, Inquire, Seen t.ry for L-incU und I'ublio Wolks; and tho honorable Stmrt A. Donaldson, K - quire, Colonial Treasurer, to bu 0 .nimiiwinnors for Rail lrayfl. in t'20 room of Thomas B.trker, Enquire, M.P., and Ciptiin Ilawlcens, lt.H., reigned. Tiie ltr.vKNii:. — An nlist.net of tlio revrnuo of tho .colony of Now South Walts in the qumturs ended 81st March, 1S0C ami 18.'i7 respectively, showing the increaso . or decrea.so under each hon.l thereof, was, ou Frit lay. tho 3rd instant, published in the Government...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Majtlanp School of Arm.— An cHBny on tho follow ing subject wit) be read by Mr. Samuel Hakr-r, and ois ctisflcd at tlie Schcol of Arts, to-morrow (Thursday) evening, viz,, ' iJoea happiness or misery preponderate in human cxistcnce? ' Mr. Baker will argnu in favour ot mo lorrner. ; ConoNLU's Inquest. — On the 12th instant, an. inquest wa» held before the coroner, M. M'Cartney, K$q., at the Pvid Lion Inn, .Ka*»t Maitland, touching :be death of a child named Anne Field, who wa» suffocated in it water-' I closet on .the 42th in-tant. 'i he witnesses examined were, Charles Field, the father of the decease s William Wilton, Esq., surgeon, ami 'Jhomufl Green. From the evidence it appeared that the deceased went to tho water closet, and in some way or other, -fell through the hole in the seat, and was cnffocated. When found, life was extinct, and mcdieal skill availed not to .restore it. Verdict, accidental -le&th« Cokon kr'k Inquest —On Sunday la*t, an inquest ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. (Abridged from the Sydney papers) SYDNEY. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. ( Abridged from the Sydney ji.ijkis .) SYDNEY. MERCANTILE AND JIONEY ARTIOT.R. To-n iY being Onol Friday has, as usual, boon observed as a genural holiday. The Banks and nil tlio Govern ment ollices, -with tho exception of the I'ost-olllce, wcro closed. Tho Wild Wavo atrivod to-day from tho Wost Coast, South America, with 280 tons of guano. ' Burgis and Bowos report tho following sales durin' iho uncle - ' 10 aero farm at Kissing Point, iitielearcd, at £10 per acre.; balance of allotments at River View-terrace, Bur wood, near tlio station, from 10s 0d. to, 22s Dd per foot, amounting to £561- 8s, 0.1 ; 150 acrn farm, near Camden, ' atX3 2s0d per aero; house and land in Undcrwoo.l strcct, Paddiiigton, £800 ; house and land in l'oint Piper Hoad, Padilincton, £273; two building allotments at Paddingtoii, at £4 10s per foot ; cottage in Duck-lauc, l'arr.miattu.' Tho land sale of Mossrs. Bowdon and Throlkcld, on Thursday last, was pretty well attended, considering ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

CUTCKKT. The match played between eleven of Parramalta and eleven ofsMaiiland was played at l'arrainalta on Wed nesday and Thursday last. Tho play oil the last day was very interesting— the excellent lidding of tho l'arra inalta elevon enabling them, contrary to general expec tation, to win by two runs, notwithstanding that the Maitland men on taking their wickets hud but '10 runs to score with six man to send in. The following seoie shows the result of the game: — r A It R AM A T TA . First Innings. nuss. A. 1'ayton, c by Moore, b by ltraekonrng ... 1 J. Itiitter, c by G. Brackcnrog, b by Mooro ... 5 T. I'erry, e by Callaghan, b by Moore ? ?' T. Cabill, b hy Mooro ... ... ... ... 11 T. Ashby, c by Cowper, b by Sloore ... ... 0 1!. Dunn, b by Moore ? 0 E. Lakcmaii, b by liracUenreg ? ? 10 II. 1'ayten, b by Bracken r. g ... ... ... 1 T. Nicholson, run out ? (i .1. Wcekes, not out... ... ... ... ... 13 T, Weekos, a by Moore, b by Moore ... ... 0 Byes ? ... 2 No balls ... ... ... 1 Tot...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

PRODUCE CIRCULARS. There is 110 new feature in tbo wool market to record this week. Tho heavy rains have prevented arrivals, hence the market lias been barely supplied, but prices are fully maintained. Tallow, searco, only a few casks ottering, and tlio quality not being first-rate, the pi ices obtained arc no_ index of the market. KiiKEi'SKiKS havo arrived in larger quantities than for somo weeks past, and an advance has been freely given -or full-fleeced skius. Short woollcd have also sold readily; one small lot of washed skins realised I2?d . per lb., the highest rato they hxve ever heai sold at auction. lftnKS. — Tlio demand for hcavv and well cured con tinues, and the market not having been met Willi ail or.iinaiy supply lms again advanced fully 2s since this day week. First quality aro now quote I 30s o.icb. Srocic ano Stations. — No sales to report. Stoh ii Siiki;i' and Caiti.k. — This market remains without allot ation, but prices aro firm at last week's quotations. Our sale...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 April 1857

G O L D C.I 11 0 U L A R. Gold dust is by no means plentiful at present, and taking into account that the Northern initios havo sprung into open existence but recently, we might natu ral y have expected that the escorts Would have come down heavily laden; the extraordinary wet weather has doubtless retarded mining operations in some , parts, while it has afforded wat r for washing guld earth at others, itis.to Oe tcaretl that many wtio came into tins colony from Victoria, for tho sako of obtaining a higher price for untaxed gold, now that tlio m'dueomout has been destroyed by tho recently imposed duty, havo gone hack again. If auriferous ground could be discovered nearer tlio city, the mining population would rapidly in crense, and a much larger return of gold be received . An efficient prospecting would ascertain the probability of this. SYDNEY PRICES CUIIKENT roll COLD. * l'eroz. Mcroo . . . . . . ..£3150 Adoloug .. . . . . 3 14 fi Tambaroora . . . . .. 3 14 0 Stoiiey Creek .. ......

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. ^ Sr.KianiNO in tht Stkktk^of New York. — 'Tinkle, tinkle, rang tho morry laughiug bells through tho stroets through nil tho city, on Suuday morning. Tho sun w.is brilliant, tho air clear and the day warm, rather too warm for tho duration of the sleighing or the comfort of the pleasure parties, who glided gaily along, envolopod in robes torn from tho prairie buffalo, tho n rthern bear i slid other wild animals that have proudly roamed lords j of tho unsubdued forest. Dnriiigtho tarly part of tho j day the streets and other avonueu presented a verv livnlv I appearance, careering horses champod thoir bits im pnt cut to dash forward nt a still moro dnngorous speed, or danced gaily as if to the chiming music of tho encir cling bells. Tho sleighs, which glidod along so merrily, wero of every variety, from a little duck-like cutter, Taming over the ponderous skirts of a smiling fair one to tho largo family sleigh, which notwithstanding tlio ?large team of ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. A BILL TO ABOLISH MORNING CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. A niLIi TO AIIOMSII MOIININO CALLS. Preamble: Whereas it has been ascertained that largo numbers of poisons am frequently engaged in tho re prehensible occupation of making morning calls ; and Whereas tho said morning calls, so far from p-omnting. r*al sociability, an I tho advantages and pleasures of friendly intercourse, are notorious bores — boring him 1 that give* and her that receives ; and Whereas the frau dulent practice of watching till the person called upon I Is known to be out, and then tahing the opportunity of | leaving a card, is greatly on the increaso ; and Whereas : when, to the annoyance of (he person called upon and , tho disappointment of the poison calling, the former I happens to be at home on the occasion of the hitter's visit; nnd Whereas, in order to make morning calls, gentlemen have to leave their ordinary occupations, and more or less to get themselves up for the occasion, aud to pretend to bo men of pleasure, having no hinglo do' du...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADIES' COLUMN. WASHING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

LADIES' COLUMN, ?WASHING DAY. Here's a bother ; bore's a bother; Scrubbing this thing, rubbing t'othor ! Harassed servants spoiling dinner, Friend just dropped in — eh ! tho sinner ; Wnshinir-dav and wn.shinir-niirht too. Cloaning houso nnd household right through* Children equalling 5 drat such singing4. Bella a-ringing, ringing, ringing! Wife all pinned up, grumbling, growling, Fuming, fretting, frowning, scowling. Firo igniting, chininoy smoking ; Previous infant all but choking, Cat and dog together fighting, Spitting, barking, scratching, biting, Iloidache 1 headache! tit to kill one, To cach room to find a still one. Untitling on like one demented Seeing all aliko frequonted, Rubbing, scrubbing, thumping, crashing, Moving, dusting, dashing, splashing, Scolding, women— wife and mother. Here's a bother, bore's a bother. — My Note Book.

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELLINGROVE RACES, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

'SVELLING RO VE RACES, 1857. According to postponed advertisement tho above races took place 011 tho 25th and 2G(h March. First Race.— The Trial Stakes, of £15, for all two-year olds; onco round, ono event; Homebush weights. 'Mr. A Younie*» b f Mnggy Lauder . , (A, M'lntyrc) I A. Cameron's blk c Spider ? ? S J, (loss's b f Cutty Sni'k ?»# . . ? Z P. Dunbar's bf Butterfly. ? E, M'Mastcr's bike Venison, bolted. Second Race. — The Maiden Plate, of 25 sovereigns, one and a half mile heats ; weight for age. Mr. J, Ross's blkTn Creeping Jenny . (ttctherington) 1 1 J. Jones's g g Euclid ? ? » . . .24 J. Hose's chg Chilton . . ? - , 3 -lr ?Donhoue's gg Stranger ? dis. Third Race. — Tho Tally-ho Stakes, of 20 sovereigns, for all horses carrying 12 stone weight; over six leaps ; one and a half mile heats. Mr. M« Master's b g Champagne . . (A. Cameron) ill J. Ross's b g Clipper . . . . .13 2 J. nose's blkg Skylark . * . * .320 J. Jone&'s blk in Kitty . . . , . dis. Sfcono Day. This day...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRIWA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

MEURIWA (From our own Correspondent,) During the past four or five days, we have had a suc cession of changes in the weather, the rains have been very heavy and continuous, and the river had risen on Saturday to a considerable height, in fact higher than I havo known it for the last fifteen-years, — It has been almost a perpetual spring with us during the last twelve months, and the Plains, which in ordinary seasons aro generally arid and d stittite of verdure during the sum mer heats haec this year been one continuoi green.

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

OUR TOUCH COUIIT.S. Tr.w tilings are more conducive to the. respect and observance of the law than regularity aud certainty iu its administration. These desiderata arc of equal value, are equally necessary, and yet to obtain the former, it seems to be almost nccessarv to sacrifice the latter. 11 v erowdinir the magisterial roster, regularity is aimed at, but certainty is effectually ignored. Our Police Court has of late furnished examples of this un certainty ; nor has it, we may add, evinced suf ficient regularity to counterpoise the evil, and so balance account with the public. Passing over many minor cases affecting tho principle, of practice — which principle, one would have imagined, had been fixed in the olden time, aud needed no latter day departure — we notice that, in the matter of granting bail to prisoners charged with felony, there exists a difference of opinion among the members of the Bench which is calculated still further to increase the uncer tainty of the practice....

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUNDARRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

BUNDAlUtAII. (From the Ai middle Express.) A Child Dkow.ved. — It is with regret I inform you thut on the 23rd March a fatal accident occurred in this vioiniry. A little girl, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kennedy (in tbo employ of Arthur Darby, E*q., Winscomb, Buud irrah Itiver), was drowned by tilling into tho rirer. Tho child was but two years old, and it was supposed had strayed to the rivor, and there met her untimely end. I have not heard -whether there was an inqu.Mt held on the body, orevena magisterial enquiry. A Hut Burned. — On Monday, the 23.-d, a hut be longing to Mesw. Darby and Goldfinch (»nd occupied by R. Allen and C. Cood, who are doing bush-work for the above-named gentlemen), was burnt down, during the temporary absence of Mrs. Allen, who had gone with the dinner for her hu band and hi* mates. Although they were working but a short distance from tho hut', in the interim between her going and roturniug the hut was destroyed. On hor return great was her surprise ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. PARKES AND "THE EMPIRE." PUBLIC MEETING AT THE ROSE INN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

MR. I'A KICKS AND 'THE KMPIUE.' FUIiMC MKETINCi AT TIIE HOSE INN. On TliniBil.iv evening last a public mi.-ftin« was held, pursuant tu advertisement, nt tlie Uohc Inn, Migli-strt't-t, West Maitland, the objoct of the meeting beiiiL' to listi-n t.n an mldiess from Henry Parkes, Ksq., relative to the alliiin: of 111.: Empire ueivxpapi-r — tlio Hiiiii addre-u being deigned as an expression of .Mr I'arkes's rfriitUudc for tlie kindness nuiiiifustuil lou'til'd him by tho people of .Maitland und the surrounding di.striei. At an early stiigo of the proe. edirigs the room wiik filled, and before the close :i eroud bad assuilljk-d out idc, unable to tain admission. Ab tit eight o'clock Mr. Parkes, accompanied by a number of gentlemen from M.ii-puth, nuidu his iipp.ui auee, and was received with luud und proloug.d cheeiing, mill all till! other iioimn, both euphonious mid discordant, which Englishmen u-o to express satisfaction and delight. Air. Hoitliwick movod that Mr. W. Curroy take tho el...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x