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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

An ArT Scholar. — 'Annette, my dear, what country ia opposite to us on tho globo?'' 'Don't know, sir/' ' Woll» now,' said the perplexed teacher, 'if I were to boro a hole through tho oarth, and you weVo to go iu at this end, whero would you como out?' Out of tho hole air,'* replied the pupil with an air of triumph at having solved tho great question.

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. — Wednesday. ' Pdi-itiuns wero prosontod in favour ol' a In idgc over the Condainiue, at Warwick ; and for the doitructiou of sheep infected with seal), reading oftlie Golil Duty Bill. Mu. I'lDDJNUTcN proposed that it be postponed till that day three months. After a protracted deb ite the original motion was carried l y a majority of 2S to 13. The Aas'iitbly then went into committee on the bill, tin clause! of which were passed with boiuo slight amendments. Ma. Dona i.dson obtained leave t) bring in a bill to authorise 'tho Government to borrow tho sum of £150,000. ; The Bonded Warehouses duty Bill was read a second time, and considered in committee. All the remaining business was postponed. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL — Thuhsday. Tho Legislative Council met at tho usual hour. On the inntion of Mr. Thomson, tho report on llio Ilunter River Tonnage 'Duty Postponement Bill, and on tho Loan Bill for 1857, was adoptod. Tho second reading of the Masters' and Servants' Act w...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. CALIFORNIA. mo aro m reccipt ot California papers to tho 10th of November. Thoy teem with intelligence of tho presi dential contest, which was dccidod on tho 4th November in favour of James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, for president, and John C. Breckinridge, of Kontucky, for vice-president. We take the following remarks on tho topics of tho , day from tho San Francisco Herald of the 12th of No | voinber:— I u Tho democratic party of California has attiined a I position tho most lofty and felicitous ever reached by any party in the United btatos. It has achicvod an in comparable victory having carried the Stato for Bucha nan, and tho Union with the loss of but four inconsider able counties. It has achieved this victory without tho aid of tho politicians who have divided its councils for so many long yoars. Tho democrats went into tho con test which has just terminated so gloriously, without the aid of moneyed or personal influence. They havo won the fi...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

Legislative Council. The SrnArcEii look tliu chair at half-past three o'clock when Mr Jubn Campbell drew attention to the fact that thcro was not a quorum of members present. Tho Speaker accordingly adjourned tbo ilouso till this after noon, at the usual hour.

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THE GREAT SALT LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

THE GREAT SALT LAKE. Wo are indebted to San Franoiaco paper* for tho fol lowing pummaty of nuwafrom tho v;\U*y of tho Great Salt. L »k»', tlio date* cmiinjr down to October &. Desi'.hkt Statl Faih.— Tho tiwt fair of our Mormr-n brethren wan held in Salt Lako City, on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of October, find was highly creditable to the skill and industry of tho citizen*. Tho article* on oxhibhion filled m^t of the spacious rooim in tho building known as the Doserut store. In tho b.L-emeut were largo tfqtii*hni, beets, and cirrota^ Various painph-H of wheat, corn, ilour, uanlen nnodi, &o., | garden implement*, largo hens from Luuls Kad, Eng land, kc. On the firpt flaor was a beautiful carding machine, made at tho Public Works for G »v«rnor T.niug ; a vory handsome bridle, saddle, and buckskin Miir, mado for 3Ir. Howard Livingston, and since taknn by him to tho States; cutlery, comli.', blanket, cloth, qnilU, fetraw h:i»s, and bonnets, nails, leather, kc. On tbo pceond f...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. New Journals. — 'Punch'' has re-app»afed under more promising circumstances. The pencil and the pen are evidently in better hands. Before a paper, which aspires to be a vehicle of wit, humour, and satire, has given repeated evidences of its power, wo are pionc to fear the exhaustibility of tho class of talent necessary for its success. A good beginning may bo hut a flash in the pan. We trust, however, our facetious contemporary will wield his merry scoptre without any further neces sity for a chango in his government. — A new joiirnal, ' ThoAHstralianiBauner,'' purporting lo he tho friend of sacred liberty, has most inauspioioitsly commenced its existence with violent and ill-judged comments on re-, ligious differences. Ilow far sacred liberty can bo pro moted by the spirit of intoloration, is a question which we leave for decision to tho intelligence of tho public mind. Northern Gold Escort. — It is hereby notified, for tho information of parties interested, tha...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

SYDNEY NEWS. ( From our otcn Correspondent.) .? xiie subscribers to tho Hentworth Testimonial Fund have held a meeting to take into consideration the wish wAjjiessi'il by Mr. Wentworth, that tho fund should bo applied to the foundation of a scholarship m connection with the Sydney University. I regret to stato that the meeting would not allow the patriot to be honored in the manner most agreeable to his own feelings, and that nothing but the original design of a Statue will satisfy them. '1 hey will not be content unless they havo some thing they can sec, touch, and handlo, in return for their I money. The ambition of sonic men is most gratified by tho admiration of a gaping crowd, and such aro nnablo to appreciate tho mind, that doing good for virtue's sake alone, prefers the heart-felt prayers of somo poor student I £6 tho empty acclamations of the multitude). A* new club, under the. stylo of the Union Club, is | being formed, and is deserving of the attention of thoso gentlemen i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

vnrBTO PAID CONTUIUUTOUS. . na intended for insertion to be addressed to (y- ? with motto attached— the real name of the i enclosed in a seated envelope^ tchich-will not , sss the contributio i is inserted ? rtake to return rejected contributions. RMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. ' nd under, Ono Shilling; every additional Ten . :cj Ono Inch, Three SUHHiirh; nnd One nno I ;.vcry additional Inch or pari of an Inch. J TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 1 ; ? per (Junrtcr when p.\|d In ndvnnroj and Nine I ; '-f t paid within FocnranN Days after the com- I ' *oh Quarter. I ' discont.inuo Advertisements must ' i; :.'i writing on tho day previous to ~;-!,-.VCT OF SALES BY AUCTION. This Day. ; C -. it the Snlo Yards, East Maitland, 80 head n 1 1 - ? broken in colts and homes, v at the Furrier's Arm? Inn, East Mastland, Wi.it tikci'.s Nowcastlo Mail liorscs, harness, nnd II.V.V , AND TuKSDAV, 12th & loTII JANUARY, ir ?:- \:t Lr.nsAjr.nt Orimlinna, Grosford, Unpor ten', -Stock, implements, furniture, ami ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses , Wanted Situations, and Adrnrhsn nie/its under twcnti/ words, only One Hhillhitf. THE ' N OIITIIE RN TIMES' (Strati f!rin% (Dfffo. E MASON begs (o inform llio inhabitants of West. ? Maitland and tho neighbouring districts, that, ho is prepared to excculc nil onlci s.it tliu abovo Estahlish nioiit, and hopes, by strict attention, speedy despatch, combined with a first-rate k t y I u of jjriii till';, to merit their patronage. Every description of I.etter-prcss printing executed with neatness and despatch. t J look-work, Catalogues, Fosters, Billheads, Cheque Hooks, i i- I'l 1 1 ;i I'M , I.aw Forms, Pamphlets, .Show Cards, it nnd overy other description of plain and oniainenlal ? printing in a stylo not to be excelled by any oilier Es - tnblisliinent. . | Charges strictly moderate. I Iligli-Kt root, West Maitland. 101 1 ^ Hiinter River Wow Steam Navigation Company. Afternoon Steamers to Sydnoy Daily. riMIfc Htcnmcrs of this Company will resume the L Af...

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POLICE MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

l'OUCK MATTERS. During the reign of Donaldson (Premier) the 1st, it appears thoso matters were submitted to the consideration of a select party of gentlemen over who 31 Captain Mayno actud as presiding (T.-nius : their report was sent in on the 2(Ub July hut, nnd has been added to tho heterogeneous mass from whence tho Committee of tlio House aro cxpectcd to mould a plan combining equal quantities of cflioiency and economy, iv very diffi cult task, no doubt, but ono which we venture to predict will be accomplished to the satisfaction of tho country. This report is evidently ' dished up.' uiidcr Mr. Maine's superintendence and presented to the Committee as a tempting morsel, but ' what to cat and what to avoid,' is a popular work which has doubtless been studied by tho Members of the Committee, who will act up to their knowledge, nnd abstain from swallowing everything. , Wo cannot forget that Mr. Mayno has tho re putation of creating, and if not of creating, most certainly of support...

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A VI[?]REGAL MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

A VK .I'-ltEGAfj MESSAGE. 1 -i'vcrn jr- (V,i;ii-ral lias sent a Message to the e mi tin' MiUjr t of the Parramatta Domain, vi! ii.ii'i if'im d it verbatim in our Parliament Kings can do no \vrcng'-is an old ? , inii Sir William Denison lias la ? o lite -Legislative Assembly that il'uiti would almost entitle; him to lv irom blamo. His Excellency .ii ;:is explanation, striven over himself in tlio right and tlio Assem wrotip;. Tho gist of his argument is, I i. -:ii a the Domain: and the buildings to tk e Secretary of State for the use ' ?rnt.y, on the sole condition that the ' uid -,wt'be put to expense, his Excellency hat In' is entitled, as long as the colony to p.iy, to do what he likes with the it. 'Would Sir William Dcni !' fir a valuable consideration, iito disposal of M. Jullien anil r 1 ; . i n these grounds reserved for tho ci; 'J tivj State for the purposes of fetes -, ?.'.ilioon ascents, and nightly eruptions Vesuvius. _ The supposition, is perhaps , ''ii'jt.7 of a lino of c...

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WESTERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

WESTERN DISTRICTS. Bathurst Claret. — Inspoakingof tho wineprouu ing capabilities of this district, in his farewell speech to tho olectors of Bathurst, Mr. Mort alludod to a sample of clarot which had been received from Mr. Snttor's vint age by a gentleman in Sydney, and bad been tasted by somo of tlio first connoisseurs, all of whom pronounced it to bo of very superior quality, and several giving U tho preference to any imported wines of the same class. A few days ago wo had tho opportunity of tasting a samplo of clarot from tho Carwinvan vintage, and with out protending to any nicety in jndgmont in such mattor wo hesitnto not to pronounce it fully equal to anything of the kind wo havo seen in Now South Wales. In fath wo quito concur in Mr. Mort's opinion that wo aro vere imperfectly acquainted with tbo extent of our resources from the growth of the grape and the production of wino. Wo learn from Mr. Richards that the wine above referred to is tho prodnco of last year's grapes — a ...

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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

ARMIDALE. ( From.thc Express.) The Mails. — No moils from tho down country had arrived at a lato hour hat ovoning. Tlio last wo received were doliverod on Sunday evening* Owing to thii», wo havo no lato news from tho down country, and our in telligence ia therefore moagro. Wo understand tho road to oe urging last, ana hope tbat communication will not again bo ao Boriously interrupted for a long time. Aruibalf. Lodge of Unitt.— This lodge met accord ing to anciont custom on Sr. John*!* Day, and tho mem* bora elected Brother R. Furnifull to bo tho W.M. for tho year 1657- Tho dinner was givon in Ilost Iluokle:'* beftt stylo — in faot, nothing was wanting ; and the only regret of tho brethren present was that, in conBeq tie ne'e of tho flooding of the crock-', a great numbor of friends wero proventod from attending. New Vkah's Day. — Tho old year expired, and tho now ono was issued in, nmld torrents of rain. Thi?», however, was not suffered to damp tho courage or wet the powder of somo ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

NEW ZEALAND. V * c havo recoivod papers from Nelson up to Decem ber 10th. Tho settlement was in nn anomalous position owing to tho non-election of a superintendent. Various circum stances prevented the official returns of tho poll from tho electoral districts, mill when they did arrivo, it was found the electors Ind voted in ignorance of the namos of all the cmdidates owing to the delay of tho official messen gor; and the validity of tho election was therefore dis puted. Mr. J. P. Roh'nson, who had received the largest number of votes — 426, 1G over Dr. Muuro, had returned to his homo, till tho Returning Officer should decido who was elected. Wo have papors from Wellington tip to the 13th De cember. Tlier-i is literally no news of importance from Welling ton. Tho papers are chiefly filled with a historical roview of the session, nnd the policy pursued by the leaders in tho General Assembly. ^ I Two theatres wero open at Wellington, and wero fairly I patronised. The wheat market was ...

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. Fatal Accident to a Govbrhuebt Sorvevob. — For Boihe time past there has been oloso to Goulburn a ?railway camp,' bo called, where tho snrveyora em ployed by tbo Government to map out tho lino for tho intended groat southern railway, have taken op their abodo. Ono of these gentlemen was named Conlin, nnd ho met with a tragical fate on Sunday last. It oppeaia ho left tho camp on that day for. a rido. - In tho courso of the evening his horso returned riderless, and & cearcb wtw instantly made for Mr'. Cronlin, but without any bucccss. Next morning when tho aearoh waa ronewod, I) o was discovered near tho burial-ground of Goulburn, doad, with an indentation on his forehead from which tho braino protruded. It ia. assumed hU horao had ehied at a log ot wood, throwing his rider against it, for n portion of his moustacbo war found adhering to tho log. An inquest was hold on Monday night, and a ver dict of 'accidental death' was rotnrnod. Mr. G'onlin was muoh cat...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. A LITTLE LESS WORK AND A LITTLE MORE PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. A LITTLE LESS WORK AND A LITTLE MORE PLAY. ( From the Times.) un tlio continent of Lurope tho frequent recurrence of saints' days is an undoubtod nuisance. Boarcsidotit at Florence, Naples, Munich — where you will, in short— and it must have struck tha English resident as pecu liarly hard that ho is disappointed of his shoes or his cnat, or that his wife must do without her new gown, on account of St. Isidore, or San Arlcchino, or somo otlior beatified personage. In England we rush into tbo other oxtreme. From Iiis cradle to his grave — or rather from the ago of aix years, or thereabouts, until forty, tho English artisan or working man is subjectod to tho sys tem of work and moro work. Savo on the Sunday, tho word 11 holiday'' is expunged from his lexicon. From morn till noon, from noon till dewy eve, that is, until tho period of gin-drinking and catarrh, ho knows no re pose. If an nrtizan, his oyo nnd his band must bo over at work ; if in tho employ...

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TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

TAHITI. Wo have received a file of the Message? dc Tahiti up to tho 28rd November. A fire took place at Papoete on the evening of the 22nd October, by which property to the amount of many thou sands of francs was destroyed. A subscription had been set on foot on behalf of the sufferers from the inundations in France. The amount raised was nearly four thousand frnncs,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

(From another corrt'ponilcnt.) f |Distiif.ssiho death iiy Dnuw.siNa.-~ Sinco my last fetter to you, but little change has taken place for the better. In consrquence of the heavy rain on tho 29th and 30th of December last, tho shafts on Sydney Flat, and Saw l'it Gulloy, aro now in a very dangerous state many of them have fallen in, and others aro filled with water. J lie rivers and creeks in New Lnglnnd have been running batik high. It is reported that a man has been drowned at tlio station of H. Dangar, Esq., Gortwick. It is with feelings of ileop regret, I havo to report the death of Mr. Henry R. Stow, assistant in tho Branch Hank of New South Wales nt the Rocky River. It ap pears that tho unfortunate young gentleman was going on a visit lo some Irieuds at Tuablo Vile, -(tho station of S. Taylor. Esq.. J. 1'.) on iho Hist of December, ultimo. On his arrival tlieie, tbo water at tlio cross ing place of the creek opposito Mr. Taylor's residence was miming with a very strong cur rant....

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [From our SrEciAt Cobrespondent.] At tho Rocky River overything is slack, and many of the diggers, influenced by the capricious smiles of fortune, are preparing to leave. Sydnoy Flat has not turned out so well as was antici pated, and on Sawpit Gully there are only a few claims that arc doing anything worthy of notice. One, party, who have just bottomed their claim, after four months hard sinking oil tho rise, south-east of Sydney Flat, after having devoted gioat labour and outlay— penetrating through hard rock to the depth of oighty-nve foot — havo been rewarded with — nothing. Several partios undaunted, howovcr, arc sinking on the. oast end of tho Flat, and feel pretty confident that thoy will havo hotter luck. It ap pears to be quito a lottery. Great complaints are being nmdo of the slackness of business, and some of the stores aro selling out at a loss. Two inns have been crcctcd on Sydney Flat, and a third will soon be completed. Not far distant, e...

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WARIALDA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

WARIALDA. A public mooting was held at the Court-house, Wari alda, on Docember 9th, to elicit public opinion on tho proposed annexation of that distriot to the new northern colony. A potition to her Majesty tho Queen, praying that the district should remain & portion . of Now South Wales, and expressing an opinion that the 28th degree of latitude should bo the southern boundary of tbo notr colony, wns adopted by tho meeting ; and also a resolu tion to the following oDbct 'That this meeting viowa with alarm and disgust tho prospect of being annexed to tho new colony.'

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