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THE WAR WITH PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
THE WAR WITH PERSIA. Vienna, February 12. — 700 men havo arrived in tbe Persian Oulf frurn Bombay. An English corps d'armec has reached CNbul. It is marching, in cuDjuneliuu with tho troops of Dost Mthommed, upon Herat. Tho Kus suns are concentrating forces en the Cmpini Sui, It in ?aid that the head-qunrters of the llusaiuu uruiy of the Caucasus will be removed to Erivan.
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. FRANC. ASSAULT ON THE EMPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. FRANCE, ASSAULT OH TUB KHfRES!!. ' Paris, February 12. — A madman attacked the Empress to-day. Ho was instantly arrested. No arms vjero foand upon him Ho doclarcd that his intention wus mcroly to cmbraoo her. Tho Emperor «Ul op£n in person the legislative Sossion of 1837, on Monday, the 10th February, at ten o'-cloek precisely, in tho SaUo de MvwMu*, at the Tuileriex. People aro already speculating on the bpeech Kom, the Throno. It will, it is Said, announce tho pvobahiliiy of a pacifio solution of tho Neufchatel question, as nino tho settlement of oar dispute with Persia. Much resorvo, if not completo silenoe, will bo maintained on Nnyles. It is doubted whether any allusion will bo made io a new French loan. Two or threo days ago circulars wero sent to tho diplomatic agents, announcing -hut Paris is to he (lie seat of conferences on the Neufchatol question, aud rrego ciations are going on in tho meantime so aa to rendu) more spee...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Tub Assassin Vkbger. — T lis miscrcant died a most coward]}' dtNith — struggling inch by inch to have his life 1 prolonged.' Ou reaching tiro platform, Verger fulLon Ms knees and uttered some words apparently in the greatest mental anguish ; he then roso and kisaed the crucifix, and at last, as if by one horrible effort, threw himself into the hands of tho executioners. Iu a moment cfier ills ignominious career terminated. AlTkira iu F/ aiioo are very quite. Mon'. Morlet, Car dinal Archbishop of Tuun, has been appointed Arch bishop of Pari*. II d U a m in of real piety and Chris tian chnrity, spruug from the people, of ijd extreme p-trty in the Church. A deputation of English nival, military, and civilian residents at Brussels havti waited U[-on tho Prince de Ugne to doclare their reprobation ol the lanpuago uttered by Sir Ribert Peel in his recent lectnre at Birmingham. The Pri DO \ in reply remarked that the conrao language of Sir Robert belunged only to a ...
THE MEG[?]ETHON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
THE MICG.ICTHON. In our columns w 11 bo found an account of a trial of the Megiethon. Wo understand the Government have very properly agreed to pay .Mr. Clerk all expenses atten dant on tho various expoiiments about to be made. We wish it wore possible to make similar arrangements for a trial trip at .Maitland. It is probable, however, that Mr. Clerk may tind it to his interest to make the Megsethon commence 'colonial practice1' by taking up a small train from Maitland to tho liundarra. Mr. Clerk has also brought out several machines to be worked by it— viz., a (lour mill, with two pairs of stones, and smutting and dressing maehinos complete — a brickniaking plant, a circular saw, a plough, drill, hoc, &c., &c. If our agriculturists' labour cau bo performed by the Meg:etlion, tlion a new era for tho agriculturist is at hand. Our vast alluvial flats nre formod liv nature to provide for all our wants, and have been wanting labour, and labour only, to call their pro duc...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
PI 101), On Sunday, April Ifl, Iff ,-7, at liinton, Edward Sellers 'Shepherd, aj»eil 18 year*, eldest soil of Mr. William Sliep lieril, ilrapor, Wc^t Mnitlaml. ?
EXPORTS.—HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
ABSTRACT OF SA1.KS BY AUCTION. Tnis Day. IJIn. .Truf.mtau Lrpsam, nt. the White Swan Inn, Cnmp boll's Hill, at twclvo o'clock, bix Working Bullocks, ltows, Yokes, and Chains. Monday, Arntt, 27. Dodpb & Co., at tbo Snlo Yards, Kast Maitland, nt twelve o clock, 150 head Fat C'ntilo. Also, ou the premise!1, liourkc street. West Mnitl.inil, at, twelve o'clock, Household I'urnituro, Pianoforte, Cordials. Spring Carts, Harness, &c. Tho Groat Northorn Railway. N I4WCASTI.K STATION — Down Thains. Statiov? lMixul1 'S'ml'ly 'Hint. stations. Trains. Trains. Miles. Lkavk — a. m.'p.m a. ill. p.m. 0 Newcastle — Hoiioysucklo 1 -.gJ g. 0! 7.^! 3. 0 Point ? 1 I I flj Hexham ? 8' 0 .TOO 8- 0 3 :10 10} Maillnml ? 8'2-tpl '.M 8'2 tl 3 f)4 MAITLAND STATION- Ui- Thai ss. ~RnT Stations Mlxel1 stations. Trains. Trnini Milos. Lkavk — a.m |p in. a nt.jp.m. 0 Maitland ? HM6I4-U) K-4&4-10 (ij Hexhiim ? ? !)- f- 4 30 9' .li 'V.'itl 3 li J liNVtivasilc ? 9 3'.ll 5- 4 U'3!), ,V 4 C|t Umlji...
THE NEWCASTLE SUBSCRIPTION BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
TIIE NEWCASTLE SUBSCRIPTION BALL. This was a most successful affair, affording a full return to tho stewards ami subscriber*) for tho time und trouble expended by them in itt* arrangements, ami giving per fect satisfaction to tho guests. Air. Lewis mirrendcred for tho dancers two of tho barrack-rooms in his occupation, Mr. Stacy provided a supper apartment and card rooms, and thus by the kind ncfis of these gontlomen an admirabio suite wan pro vided. The decorations showed excellent taste : on tho walls were set out, largo stars formed of tho leaves of the various species of palm — the banana, the zainite, the bangalow, and others, were conspicuous, these wero looped up with garlands and bouqtu is, while occasionally between wero displayed the flags of Old England. A s rong dctachmont of the German band contributed largely to the success of the operations against u the enemy'' Time Bcemcd annihilated, till morning light revealed how silently, but alas ! how surely, the hours had flo...
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. Parliament was opened by Royal Commission on tho 3rd February. Bath Houses assembled soon after 1 o'clock, nnd prayers wore road In the Lords by tho LorJ Bishop of Bath and Wells ; and in tho Commons by the Rov, T. Gamier, chaplain to tho House. ... Subsequently, tbo Lords' Commissioners, in their Peers' robes, look their seats on tbo woolsack at tho foot of the thmno, nnd the Ushor of tho Black ilod was di rected to summon tho Commons to hear the coinmifisiou ri-ad. Iu a fow minutes tho Speakor, attended by tho Sor geant-nt Arms and o largo body of members, appeared at tho bar in obedlenco to the summons, and thoCw»- Kwowii was rsati by tUo Clerk at the $abl-r, The Lord Chancellor thou read tho royal speech, as follows : — My Lords and Oentlbme??,— Wc are commanded to awureyou tha! her Majwly hai stent «aitif*ction Id rcourrlng again to thctdvico and awUtanco ot her : Parliament. Wo aro commanded by her Majesty to Inform you that difficul tly which aroie lu r...
PUBLIC MEETING. DINNER TO G. R. NICHOLLS, ESQ., M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
PUBLIC MEETINO. DINNER TO G. It. NICIIOLLS, ESQ., M.L.A. On last Thurmlay afternoon, a public meeting of tho friend* and admirers of G. K. NichoU, Esq., was held iu Mr. James Brackcnreg's Australian Inn, for the pur pose of devising measures to do honour to Mr. Nichols, ono of the representatives of these boroughs, Mr. Thomas Evaiw, occupied t\ie chair. I lhc Chairman oUervcd that lie need not detain thim I long iu stating the ol^-cts of the meeting, because th-y already know them. Tluy were all aware that a dinner was about to be given to ,\lr. Wetkes, and to that dinmr mo-t of tho gentlemen representing the counties -f Northumberland «md Hunter bud been invited. Tie name of Mr. Nichols, howev-rr, had been stiMionsy omitted from tho list of invitations, and this oiWssion had doubtless beon intended as an insult to that goitlo man. He regretted the circumstance very much, boiause the omission was an insult not only to Mr. Nicholf^but also to his supporters. Mr. Evans then comments o...
MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. Thf. Managing Committee of this Institution met on last Thursday evening, and passed the following mo tion ss : — Moved by Mr. A. Dickson, seconded by Mr. Sloan, and carried unanimously — That 500 card- of membership be printed. Mcved by Mr. Dickson, scoaded by Mr. Strachan, and carried new con. — That the thanks of this meeting he cnnveyctl through the secre. tary to Mr, Levy, of West Maitland, for his kindness in presenting fifteen vnluable books (and a promise of more) to the institute. Moved by Mr. S oan, seconded by Mr. II. Scobie, and carried unanimously — That the thanks of the committee lie presented to Mr. Cobby, of West Maitland, for his kindness in presenting to the imtituiion four volumes of the Casquet. Moved by Mr. Sheppard, seconded by Mr. Potts, and carried unanimously — That the secretary be instru ted to write to Henry Parkes, Esq., thanking that gentleman for his valuable present to the Institute, namely a File of the ' Empire' for the tas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
IT is particularly requested tlint nnv ii reirulnriiy in tho delivery of the S'arthern Times l.o notified nt (lift Office with iix little delay as possible, in ordnr that ittepK niiiT Imj taken to prevent a recurrence of tiie annoyance. ? ? NOT I OK TO llOKKKSi'ON DHNTS. To H. 1*. — Ctimtcx OiseuTF. — An the tenor of ymtt Utter is hut ii repetition of what has been already be fore the public. nv iteem its publication mmecetnnry.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
CHEAP £DVERTI3EMENTS. A ihiri'itfft, Wanted Silnatiunn, anil A'lrrrliae tiicnlt under tircnly itordn, unhj One Hhiliiiij. TerUIS V OH ADVr.RTISEMKNTfi. Twtrtiy wordi *ml un«!rr# One Mi'tUn*#! rvery *di1}ttnn«1 Ten words, f:J»p?w-e: Oim- In* !-, Thrrr Miillhiga; a»-l One anil £jxptmc« tot e»cry additional inch ut p*rt of en iuch. TKMMS OK HUltSritll'TlON. fclffit kilning' ptr c^iiar t-r when In aJvunrpj *n-l Nlnf Jddlfio#' If not j.aM within Vuiuuk* Oo* Alter the couj tsum-fuitnt o/ iscli -VwMter. Notice to discontinue AdvertinemcntH must be given in writing on the day previous to publication. Notico. Mil. J. S. PALMER in nuthoii«e'l to Culled AciOUtitH due to ill*; NoariiKU.w Tiui;s. TIIE ' N OHTIIEKN TIMES' -£fiier;il |)rint.iiw[ ©fficc. IjlVERY description of LE1TER-PREKS PRINTING J executed nitli neutnets and de*pau li. Book-work, Catalogm*. Post«rx, BillhtMds, Chc']ue Rook*, Ciren lurs, Law f ornix, Pamphlets, Show Cards, and every other description of plain and ornamental print...
GOLD FIELDS. A THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY OUNCE NUGGET FOUND IN DRUNKEN SCOTCH— MAN'S GULLY, IN THE WHIPSTICK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
GOLD FIELDS. A TURKU HUNDRED AND SEVENTY OUNCE NUCiGKT FOUND IN DHUNKKN SCOTCH- I MAN'S GULLY, IN THK Will 1'STICK. As is muni in nil new rushes, opinion has fluctuated greatly within tlie Inst few days in reference to the Wlilp stick being found to lie ft paying gold-liold. The question received a very pleasing solution on Wodnesdny night, when, at n late hour, Mr. Pellalt, of tho firm of Hunter and Pollatt, brewers, brought to and lodged in the Hunk of Victoria, a nugget weighing .170 ounces, or nearly 31 lbs. troy, of pure gold. Mr. I'elhitt was necoinpnnied by the fortunate finders, Thomas Dooimn, Kdward Lloyd, und — Miller, who state that they found the gold in Drunken Scotchman's Gully, iu tho Whipatiek. As Hones would say, ?? tliev also state'' that, at tho lime they received this very pleasant surprise, their rxchoifucr had dwimlloil down to tho not vc ry t'orinidablo sum of two shillings and sixpence storling — a fact that wo recoin mend to our contemporary the Aye, as a ca...
POLITICAL SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
POLITICAL SIGN'S. Parliament lias been further prorogued, and it is generally expected that it will not meet for the dispatch of vryent business until August. In the meanwhile two of the ministers, Messrs. Donald son and Hay, have provided for themselves snug berths as Kailway Commissioners ; while Mr. ? Manning, sickened with the hard conflict in the political world, seeks repose and change by re pairing to Europe for the benefit of his health. The Premier follows the fashion of the day, and meets his constituents at I'arrainatta, to be banquetted ; whilst the Solicitor-General keeps in the dark background, ready for any ministerial emergency. As far as the public is concerned, much anxiety must be felt by the weakening of an already weak ministry. The late Attorney General, more than any other member of the Cabinet, bade fair to quit the leading strings of routine, and to adopt a more liberal and compre hensive poticy. A Government which has shelved all the pressing measures of th...
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. DEATH OF LADY BARKLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. DEATH OF LADY li A It K L Y. Tho Argui of tho 18th roporta : — It ia with feeling* of nincoro regret that wo have to annnanoe tho death of Ludy Uarkley, which took plica at Tuorak yoiterday morning at 10 o'clock. Her Luly «tiip gave birth ton Bon on Wednesday week, the 8 It instant, and from thit timo until herdecoaio »lio tufl'ereil frum a nervoaa uoilement, producing depreiuiun of apiiiu, fits of byateria, and at length a complete nerroiu exhaustion, terminating in doatb. We arj enabled to state that this waa tha true emu of death, aud to couti&d ct the rumours that provailed yeo terduy iu tho city, to the effect that the deceased lady waa ulQcted with an organic disease, and that she died of a culd caught subsequently to her confinement. The public will receive thu announcement with a feeling of atrong aympathy with Sir II. Darkly und his family in the bereavement they havo sustained, and with sorrow for what must be considered to bo &...
JERRY'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 April 1857
JERRY'S PLAINS. (F*om our Correspondent.) A Bite from a Death Adder. — As Mr J Haw thorne, junior, was riding in the bush, last Tuesday evening, he saw a kangaroo rat, and gave it chn«c, the rat tunning into a hollow log. He dismounted, and put his left hand into the log to pull the rat out; in so doing, a large death adder fastened on his littlo finger. The courageous young fellow put his foot u|-on the adder, and with the right hand cut off the top of his Utile finger, the adder still retaining the amputated part of tho linger, and was killed with it in his mouth. Your readers will remember that this it the same gentleman who was bitten with a brown snake at Jump* up Creek sometime ago. Bridok. — Wo have had a meeting at (he Gold Diggers* Arms, Cockfightcr's Creek, for the pur|K-scof erecting a bridge over Lodcr's Creek. The meeting was well attended, and upwards of £40 was collected for the purpose, 1 bvlicvc a party has contractcd for the job, and is to begin it forthwith. The r...