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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ARMIDALE. (From the. Arviidalc Exprtu.) Oun Police Mauisthate. — We n grct to state that on Monday last, A. O. Moriarty, ICsq., our police magis trate and commissioner, met with a sorious accidunt, which, it is feared, will provont him discharging his ofli cial duties for a time. Wo understand that Mr. Mori arty was leaping a homo over a fence near his houso, when the horso struck a post and fell with his rider, severely injuring Mr. Moriarty. In conecquenco of this unfortunate accident, the whole of tho ci.sos set down for heating ou Tuesday last, wero adjourned until Tues day next, l itli insumt. Dit. Mousis. — Dr. Morris left Armidale a few days ago, en route to Muswell Hrook, where we beliovo ho intends to continue tho practice of his profession. During tho comparatively brief period that has elapsed since Mr. Morris arrived in Armidale, he has made many warm friemU, whose best wishes will follow him wherever he goes, and whose respect for his abilities, p...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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MAITLAND MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

MAITLAND MECHANICS 1NHT1TOTK A special general meeting of tho members of this society was hold at the Headings room, on Wednesday evening. Mr. Nainby win callod t.- tho chair At tho request of the Chairman, tho Secretary read, for tho information of tho member* present, portions of n correspondence betwion tlio Committee and Mr. John Hmlth of NewcaHlle, with refrrctico to that gmdnnun'tt offer ot ft building situ to tho Institute. This gift is limited by the condition that unless a building iu erected upon it within two years and a hnlf from tho lat lustfwit, the laud U to be returned to the donor. Tho meeting npproccd of the conduct of tho commlttco iu Bcceptiug Mr. tSiaith'fl oflftr, ah it w.tB considered that if tho Institute cannot mamig** to erec t a building within the (lino ripccifio I, they aro ftoc lively t& have one avail. Tlio meeting appeared to ho animated by a Vtry doffjded npirit 011 tlio rtubject of providing mutable permanent no cormnodation for t -e vnrimiH...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY HI V K It. 'Thoro must have been some dis irrimgement jn tho mails lately, a^ la«t wink'*14 KxprrHs4* was not delivered iiero uutil yisterdny (Tuesduy) instead of Sunday morn The weather still continues very changeable ; scarcely a day pawo* over without 11 shower of rain, and though diggers may bo considered amphibious, still, like others, they tool thy disngrcoublciiuas of a continuation ol wot. Tho river is not so high as to put a stop to tboaa woi king there, but it givo* thc.m additional labour to pump and bail tho water from thoir olulmp. Tho Hurfuoing on tho flit bolow Mount Jonos it now giving omployuiont to a number of people, for, though tho ground i« not rich, by constant woik wage* enn be tarried. The load of stuff turns out from 3 to 5 dwto. ' whilo tho oiirtige is from 3s. to 5s. The inrikcopurs, to make up for slack time*, nro hold ings poriesof ''ancing halls, hut I fear tho palmy da) s sro gono by for a tune for eueh nmwoinont being re munerat...

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MAITLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

MAITLAND HOSPITAL. Tho UMial quarterly meeting of fho (JmQral Commit tee of tho Maitland Hospital took plaeo at the Conimittc Uooms, on Wednesday, tho 15th instant, at three p.m , when tho following icportof tho Acting Committee it r the past quarter wan submitted ; and having bieii ruad by tlio Secr.'lary, uaH, on tho motion of tho lU;v. Dean | Lynch, suonded by M r. Oreon, unuutmous'y adopted, with souk? slight sdtuation in an item of tho expendi ture rdieet. Jteport of the Acting C-.n\mittee of the. Mititland Hospital for the I ju'irte.r ending JJls/ of Marsh, lh07. Your Committee, iu submitting their report for tho quart r eliding *U«t of March, 1HG7, have nmrli pleaKUtu in h-ying before you a code of law, for tho fuiuro ma nagement of the alTair* of your institution, a* piepared by the committee, appointed for t'-o purpose at tho last annual meeting of subscribers, ami unanimously adopted at a subsequent meting of the lifith Marrh, 1000 e pics of which have been since printed f...

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

LITERATURE. I Ladt Bulweii's new novel, 'Very Successful,' has been reviewe d in the Liverpool Albion in the mo-t unsparing terniB. The reviewer lias hruight her ladyship's ncrimon'ouH pun fully under public notice. As the novel in question evidences to what ?extent ' family ian*' will lend- even the fairer por tion of the sex to turn ' Lady's coidemuf upon their liege lords, wo present the review to our readers. It is tho wildest, most hcndlonjr, nnd incoherent pro duction ever sren in Kn^l'sh print. islucenind Nat Leo's lumvtic tragedy in nineteen acts. Isshemnd? 'Mad as tho «ca when winel nnd waves contend ;'* but never theless by no means deficient tn -unKe, thnuuh her sense of wrong nearly knocks the remaining hnlf-dn&rti of tin* provei binl seven out ol h» r. Unlike Eurl Ferrers, who delivered a discourse worthy of Solomon to prove that he 1 en* mad, she rushes into a raving rhapsody to prow that she is not, giving special battle on that. po:nt to the gentleman whom sh...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tub Coal Trade cf Nkwoastm?, Mobprtii, Ajo. — As regards the ability of tho Various coal companies at Nowcastle, Morpeth, Hexham, &c., to meet the largo and Incronning demand which ia now arising bo;h In Svdney nnd Melbourne, wo inay ob^ervo that tbo yields hitherto of nny of tho pits on tho Hunter havo not had a remote roforence to their uorkablo capabilities. At NcwcoBtlo, tho want of locomotive engines as moving power for lie carriage trains, ih*». insufficiency of tho shoots in tho harbour, and tho culpable nogllgcuco which has so long delayed tho simple efforis ueccssury lo over come tho existing impediments to the Navigation of Port. Hunter, havo all depressed the oper.it ous at tho mlnoi, and almost stopped the onco lucrative export trado with both Victoria and California, Active provisionB to meet all these drawbacks /.ro, however, in immediate train. Tho A. A. Company havo Imported a locomotive engine of power amply an flicit ii t for their ca:ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

TO THE ELECTORS or rue NOUTIIUMBE R LAND Ii 0 R O U G II S. GENTLEMEN. — r have always considered that a representative n »t;l l lake no step better calculated to promote a cordial and thorough understanding with his constituents, than to meet them ut the close of e.ch sess?on. With thu feeling, I do myself the honour to inform y»u that I purpose holding meetings in your several town*, during the first wee* in Alay, at which I shall submit the course which, as your rcprtS'iitative, I hive felt it my dury to pursue during the past si-ms'som, iu the Legislative Aisembly, — I have the honour to remain, Gentlerncii. Your faithful servant. E. C. WEEKES. Sjdner, 14th Ap il, 1807. 1624 Maitland. Philharmonic Institute. THE Officer* of thin society anil the pnMic generally are respectfully informe*! that a MEETING will be held in the new SCHOOL OF ARTS on Monday Evening next, at seven o'clock, to take into considera tion the future management of the Socie y. Indies and Gentlemen desirous of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

'VT is pailiculai-ly requested tlutt nny hre^ulni liy In 1 tlio delivery of tho Xorl.'u m Times lio notified nt 4lie OfAce with na little dolay iitt posiiMe. In order thai Heps may bo taken to jnovout » recurrence of tlio -annoy-iince. ADSTUACf OF 8.U.K3 It V AUCTION. Monday, 20t.li A ??»!(.. Chowji IiVKd's Ori'iDK, Knit Miiitl .lid. at II o'olnek, allotiucnU Of l.nd, in o.iuu1y of IXiilmm. Tuisuay, !lUt Amu.. -jKnr.MiAU Lrdsam, at Hrinkbrtrno, Uppir Putefson, H' n'ul'iuk, utouk, farming lmp'euimiix, liuudohoM tur ttitur'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Adrcrhse tncnts ttiider tKenty words, only One Shilling. TEUMS 5-OH ADVEllTISEMENTS. Twenty wordi and under, Ooc fiMNinpi every additional Ten word*, Slipcnee; One Inch, Three Shilling* t an»l One and Sisjtfnec for every additional Inch ur part of an Inch. TEUMS OF SUnSCIllPTlON. . Eight Shillings per Quarter when paid in advance j and Nine Shillings If not paid within Fot»r««M 1)a*# after the com mencement of each Quarter. Notico to discontinue Advertisements must be given in writing on the day previous to publication. 1 Notice. IT R. J. S. PALMER, in authorised to Collcct Accounts X due to iliu Nobtiieii.n Tuiks. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' Ctncnil |lviittmg Office. EVERY description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING executed with neatness and despatch. Hook-work, Catalogues, Posters, liillhe.ids, Cheque Hooks, Circulars, I-aw Forms, Pant plilcts, Show Cards, nml every other description of plain ami ornatiietijal printing in a style not to b...

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PRISON REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

I'RISON REFORM. ~TllE reconl mitrdi-r in Victoria -jf Mr. Priop, com mitted w.tli Giii li liorco determination by hia nssnil inits is in itsL-lf-3iitticient to point to tlio necessity ? of organising n system of jiennl iliscijilino which shall havo fur its aim something mora than the ? muro of the criminal . Stu-h fenrl'ul si en:s within the prison wall rend it warning loranii to those without. Can it he expected that the inero deprivation of liberty for nwhile ol' vast num bers of men whose feelings liavo l)ecome deadened nnd callous, will work in tho condemned any ame lioration, an 1 render them . n tin ir restoration to freedom less threatening to tho pence und welfare of socioty. On tin treatment of men under punishment must entirely depend tho udvtuitag s to lie derived ? to society from its administration. Punishment as a mi-re penalty — a whip for tlio ofl'ender-- carries with it an idea of cruelty revolting to the feeling.-) of tho pivoent philanthropic age. On the other -ha...

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The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

Tho Groat Northorn Railway. N KW'CASTI.K STATION — Down Thainh. I IV , | Stations. I M'™1 I Dist. | I rams. | lraiiis. Miles. Leavi — n. m.p.in.ja. iiiJp.ni. t) |N'°Wp'^'° ' Honoj'kiickU' | 7.8() o 7.,0 () nj Hevhnm'. !!!... 8- n a na! 8' o|;»-:;o ? M .'tin i d ? 8'24, 1 8-2 II!) Si M AlTfiA N I- STATION— Op Train*. Sr ATM. nsT ~^r~ y i rams. Trains Miles. f.KAVK — n. in |p in. a iii.jp. in. 0 Ma l Ian, I ? 8 4f-j-l III S-10U10 f.J ; 1 1. 'ilium ? 9 l- 41)0 !)? 5 . 1-3H l(»i 'New utile ? S) 3!l| 'r .1 !)?:)'.)' .V 4 -E()c 'Httrtljcnt Crows, U — ' (J ' TNOTIIISO r.XIT.KUATK Hon SET UOWNAUaitT IM MAUCE. SATUIIDAY, APRIL 18, 1857.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

~ SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE.' ' (From the Herald, and Umpire ?) ! Suppobbd Okatii fuoM Eatino Ciik tkr Cakk. — intpiiry was held on Wednesday, at tin; .Saracen's Ilond, corner of King-street, before the coroner, touching the death of Alexander M'Lcutioii, a child of about 4 yearn of igo. From the evidence of Mia. M'Leiiiian, It np f»eared that the dccoaned child on Sumhiy last was per f etlv woll. when lie cat souin foi-d called Chester cake. which, in oppciirauce, {m a puff with somejuico in tho centre. Tho serraut girl stopped the child, aud would not allow hitn to nte »ny more of this - nke, she h.id previously eaten some li-*i'»ulf which had made her hick. The noccased had no sooner pnrta^on of this cake than ho complained of pains in the bowels was nick, and had all the fymptoms of having been poisonod. Dr. Suiter was KO'tt fo% who ordered the u-ual remedies, but the d«cea.*e.l giudunlly got wtirnr, to .vnMons set in, and ho dit -1 nt 3 n'clorK on Tuesday morning. Dr W illin rsi llou...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Parliament r^-as«mb!o^ in a iortnigh*, a«donr*ena tom aro preparing their eioquouce. Thero will be pler.ty of talk up to Eftar, niter which the dammed upstream of oratorv will subside into iu ordinary chan nel, and we wid look for a littlo work. Tho interesting reason why the op-ming ceremony is nut likely to do per formed by bcr Majesty is well known to her Lying sub ject. Wo read In the Akbar 1 11 Experiments of great im poitanco in tho civilization of cotton aro to bo madoiu t'lonpxt tweUomoutbain tho aouthiru provinces cf Al geria. It ia said tbatiu thoeuvirous of Uatnaund Lag houit, in particular, ezun^ivo plantations will bo inude , by tbo AraHti, under tho direction of the military au thorities. Tao introduction of thia Bpeoios of civlliz-v tion amongst tho native* will bo highly profitable to them.' It is decided that when yon plaoo your brief in a coun sel's Innds, you do not iheroby cotctituto him y«ur agent ! to Betile tbo matter ia dispute. Tuis v...

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TWO DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

TWO DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. Via Melbourne, wo have news to the 20th of January. 'We quote from tlio Argus and Herald of .Saturday : — TlIK ENGLISH WAR WITH PERSIA. Wo find tlio following in tho Times, but it must ho taken cum grano talis. Marseilles, Tucnday. The advices brought by tho iMijmrute* -tatc that the Eng'iftlt fleet iu the Persian Gulf is pushing forward its operations, so as to finish them within thu next three month*, after which the extreme heat set* in. Tho Knglinh are exciting the governors of province** to separate thomnclvcrf from Porsio. The tihah is making numerous preparations for dofence, notwithstanding want of money und four* of revolt. A Pcr-dan army Ih reported to have Beizcd on all the towns oti the route to Candahar. Tho Journal dt Constantino}, U ways that Ptrdia i- in a state of anarchy, ami that tlio Sh«h, who believe* hitu M.*li insociiro Ixjrh of his throne and his life, h.m wr.iten to the Czar, begging him to take hid *-on and h.d dynasty und...

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LIVERPOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

LIVERPOOL RACKS. Tlio autumn meeting of tlio Livorp ol Turf Club took pliicu on Tuesdny, according to announcement previously wade, and the interference with which, wo r. grot to nay, by uuuuthorlHod adverii-i'mcnU in the public papers of tho postponement of tho r.iccB, considerably damaged tlio success of the meet. Thu course wu- in anything but good condition, but wilh tho ncatlur wo havo bad, what could ho expected f , It was heavy and very uneven and irregular ; tho latter j faults being moro floiioua from tho luxuriant growth of tho grn»H. All tho arrangements, under tho direction of tho htewards, woro excellent, and too much praKc c uinot bo awarded to tho manner in whh li Mr. Junuor, a* clerk of tho course, and Mr. Downes us judge, diHuhurgeU thoir respective duties. There wad u large number of hootlm orectod on t?io ! courue, well provided with crcjturo comfoit.i of overy description ; hut wo fear thu harvest reaped wan not a very paying ono. Wo now proceed to tho business o...

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CONDITION OF NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

CONDITION OF NAPLES. Our letters from Naples mention a generally currer t rumour that the C--urt would rereivo a v!«it from tho Emperor of Austria, in caso his Majesty sliould leavo his own States and enter thoro of th- Grand Duke of '1 uscany. The visit would of course take place after tho fit«s of Milan. A letter of tho date of th' 7th giv** some further in ? ? ? . t ,i... ,1,., A. Ml H.t k..w Carlo Terzo. Tho wriur Kay* : — The ved-el sank with soj»e 100 souls on heard, of whom i ot more than half were sav.-l, and they are all maimed for life. The captain and officer* of tho Malacca, the English atearn fiigate lying in this port, rescued most of thobo that were sav^d, a* no Neapolitan boatmen would dare approach the *cene of danger on account of the police regulations. Tho King unt his be*t thank* to Captain Farquhar the same night for his prompt aud energetic succour -o tho unfortunate drowning men. Of course this misfortune is said to ho a plot to prevent powder and guns from r...

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SETTLEMENT OF THE SWISS-PRUSSIAN AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

| SETTLEMENT OF T»iE SWISS-PRUSSIAN I AFFAIR. The following private telegraphic despatch has been received : — ' Berlin, January 1 7. ' The Piuwian Government has already expressed to the Powors it* disposition towaros diplomatic negoc a tions relative to the question of the sovertignty of Nuif chatel. The plao and period at which these negociatious are to take place are not yet decided. 'The Grand Duko Constantino has arrived here.'* We (Timet) havo receivod tho following teh graphic dtBpatch from our Paris correspondent : — ' Paris, Monday, January 19, 7 p.m. 44 A despatch from JJerne, dated the lbth instant, announces that the Neufchatel prisoners, escorted by a detachment of Swiss troops, were conducted on the pre ceding night to tho French frontier, which they crossed at Poiitarlier, ' The Federal Council has issued orders for immedi ately disbanding the troop* already a&-euibled.'

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (From our Correspondent.) On Good Friday, at the conclusion of tho afternoon service, the Lord Bishop of tho dioc-»e held a confirma tion at t:»e Cathedral Church, when thirty-three candi ? ates wero presented to be confirrnod. After which his Lordship preached fiom Ephesians vi and 1th verie — touching upon the solemn and lacred duties of parent «*««-« tuiiu, uuu unuii ioujj aim irnprebJiveiy upon tlie responsibilities which the candidates that day took upon themselves. K'ut wtek the Washington steam tug towed the dredgo and barges at last into harbour, and they are now at work upon the Flats. An inqmst w^s held on Snnday morning by the Co roner It. C. Kiiagg*, Esq , oil the body of a child named Austin, who had been accidentally drowned on Saturday afternoon. A preliminary meeting to make arrangements for the forthcoming regatta on tho Que n't Birth Djy w*s lit I i at the Caleelonian Hotel on Tuesday evening, when ft sub scription list was opened ...

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MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. A Our market has been well supplied with fat cattlo ofjfojS| good quality ouring thu week. The high prceof hhh/ J and taliow has g veil an impetus to speculation; iir^f . - marly tho whole of the cattlo which havo been ofTortj' : were purchaseil by the who'e^ale dealers. 'IhtRUpp? - ^ in tho hand-* of our regular customers is very limited, If that a lot of good fat cattle *ould go off* well at I7f prices. t.£. Good f t slock continue very scarce. We ha^ bf4u-u^ ever, advices of a floek of first-rate fat welhcis to arrive on Monday next, whieh we expect wiii attract coiisi ero ble atUntiou. Large numbers of horses still come iu for fliile, most of which change hands at rates iu?ecrdmc u- quality ami description; tho^e of a Useful cda-H selling well. Milch cows ar'* inquired for ; aI*o, working bul locks nt tor tho road, aro ill demand. ^8 Jte^ult of sa e : 174 fat co-vs, 84.4 to 85s G d each ; lrag fat liullocks. Ills each ; PA iiead fat C.ittlc, 8Ls to bCSM ea...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 April 1857

esoumimrttt Gajfttr. IMPOUNDING^. At New Frettgh, on the lil th March, 1857, from Ma niinbah run ; damages nnd driving 2s Oil each : — Bay eutiru colt, WH off shoulder, two years old ; chc&nut entire colt, star in forehead, a small streak down the face, off hind foot white, WH near shoulder. These two colts wero claimed and not released. On tho 31st March, from Castleforbes : — Roan horse, small star iu forehead, a little white on both hind feet, saddle .marks. No. 21 over CO near shoulder, aged. If not released, will be sold on tho 2Hh April. At Wariahla, on the 2oth March, 3857, from Gineroi, the run of A. A. Adams Enq ; damages and driving 3s lid per head.: — Strawberry cow, DK off rump, piece off ear; hrouu and white heifer calf, unbranded ; red and whito cow, like JU over A near and off ribs; red and steer at foot, KK over G near rump, 2 off rump; red and whito cow, SS near ribs dewlapt ; red anil white heifer calf at foot, unbraneled ; red and white cow, like S over M ...

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