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To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

To the Editor of the Northern Timet, r . 1 electors of the Northumberland Jioioughs, in public moeling ns emblcd 011 Saturdav evening byt, act connirtteutly ? I think ihey did } anil if so who is to blame for tho continuation id' those bea- t burnings which might havo been set at rest f Why clearly Evans and L'o. It appears plain that they came to the meeting with a full determination not to accede to any concession that might bo made by tlie Weokesito.H; and not only tbat, but to sow tho seeds of political strdo still broader — or, in other words, to raise a Malakhofi ol contention between the alruady perhat)S too much excited parties. ? What do these dictatorial personages of MrTtland want? Do they wish to govern with a rod of iron, or do ;hey want us to retiognulo lo the dark Ugts' 9 Ity their organ it is obvious ihey are or tho stand- till I school, or why raise the discussion of such a pndiibilorv I prineipb- as t .at mooted bv Mr. lsvans. viv... mi.^tiiuiin.r I tlie light ot a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

Dinner lo E. O. Woakoo, Enq. rPflK Mfiuhcr* of 1 be Co (imitJeo appointed to carry X. out the arrangements for the above, are rcciueste-1 to aflnnd a MKKTINO en be h-M nt CohcrolV- tb„ * Hunter Kiver Hotel, THIS EVENING, tho Will ins... at Seven o'clock. r J. (i. I'F.AUCI-.. t ' Chnirntan. To tho Eloctors of tlio Northuraborland ?oroughs Mil. M KKICICS will Adilri'rH the KliTtorfl of llio Niirthumbcrlnnil llnrou((liH. nt thu (.'ouri IIhhm,., ICum Miiitliuiil, nn 'IM UK8U A V (tu-muiiuw) HVK.. - 1NO, nt .Si-ven o'nloek. At MOUl'HTil on Fill DAY EVUNINO, at the Into Miirpi-th I t'.lf I, nt Hi-Vim. m l .... SATII II I) A V BVKNINa, nt tho n„»o Inn, WES'I' JIAITIiAS'l), nt . Seven. i'lOi) l\,| II ItOllKH'I'.SON will b« liuppy to MT;i'.'r Ills IV| OONH'I'ITUKNTS, nnd the public «..,icr.,lly, I. thu While Hurt inn, Murriiniiidl, „n 'I'l/HSDAV. Mm r,th of M uy, nt Two o'clock p.m., for tha purpouu of lliuir hi'nritlK nil nccoimt nf his Siowui'dshlp. Yiirriluill. UAih April, 1857. 1701 Ethi...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

MA 1UM AUKS. On the 1Ct.li April, at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, Sydnoy, hy tlic J{ iv Qoorgo F Macnrtliur, tho Right Honorable (n-orgo Edward l,ord Andl-y, to Emily, second daughter of thc'late Colonel Sir Thomas Living Bton Mitchell. On tlic lGtliApril, .it 6t. MnrkJs Church, Purlin,1; Point, Sydney, hy tlio Rev. George I''. Maearthur, John Frederick, fullrth son of tlio lato Major-Goner.il Matin, 'Bovnl Kiitfincum, to t'nmilhi Victoria, tliiid daughter of 'tlio late Colonel Sir ThoinnH 'Livingston-Mitchcll.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Advertise ment!) tinder t treaty xcordt, only One Shilling. f TERMS iOll ADVERTISEMENTS. ( word* ami under, One Shilling i tvery additional Ten j- word*, Sl»pcucc; One huh, Three Shilling! t and One *od Sixpence fur every Additional inch or part of an Inch. ^ TERMS OK SUnSCHIPTION. fight Shilling! per Qumtrr when paid In ndraneci ftnd Nln* Shilling! If not paid within Fourt*kn !)**? after the corn- J jncncement ot cach Quarter. Notico to discontinuo Advertisements must bV'. 'given in writing on tho day previous to r publication. v ? j Notico. MR. J. S. PALMER in authorised to Collcct Accounts due to tlie Noktueun Times. - THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' dfiicnil f)r.inthtg ('Met. EVERY description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING executed with neatness and despatch. Hook- work, Catalogues, Posters, Billheads, Cheque Hooks, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlets, Show Cards, mid cTerv other description of plain and ornamental printing in a stylo not to b...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1857. A PARRAMATTA PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

'lAYEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1857. A PAHBAMATTA PREMIEIt. In former days Parramatta was celebrated for the manufacture of a coarse inferior kind of cloth, which wa-3 generally known by the biiiio name as tlio to, vn. Now, however, tho ' grasa-paven' borough bids liiir to become famous for the manu facture of an nrticlo quite as inferior ami second rate as tho broad-cloth for which it was formerly notorious. Its tweed and its Premier are both ? of Parramatta quality. Only persons in hard circumstances, would consent to put up with - cither. It assuredly cannot b? '?aid, that the cloth adds to tho respectability ot Hie wearer, or tho representative to the dignity of lii.s constituents. - If, however, the burgesses of Parramatta are con tend with articles of an inferior quality, wo are ? not going to break our hearts about tho matter. Wo suppose that it will all come right some day, . and that the Parramattians, as well ns the rest of their li-llow colonists will cease to return an inferior...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Great Northern Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

Tho Gron.t Northern Railway. N KWCASTi.K STATION — llowii Trains. ~ ' Mixed ! Sunday ?Dial. Stations. Trains. | Trains. ?Milts. Lkavk— a. iii.jp.ui.ln. 111. p.m. „ Newcastle — Honoysuckle 1 ,.30' 3. 0 7-30i 3- 0 Point ? I I 9J Hexham ? 8' 0;3'30, 8' 0 S-fO If,} M litlnnd ? 9 21,1 -M 8 tl It &4 MAITLAND STATION— Ui'Tp.iiih. I iM IXHl .--1111(1. IV plot. | bTAr,u.,s. Trai(is_ .j.,,,;,,; Miles. I f.KAVit — ailii.pm.ftni.'p.in. 0 jMa'tlaii'l ? K-'Ifi 4-ld S'45, 4 (ij II -sliiini ? fl 5 lltn 0' «l .1-311 1«J Newcastle ? 1 y :i0[ 5* -1 fl'lio' 5- 4 llorfjrmr Ciiucs, ' KOTII1NO EKI'KSIUTK NOR SET I.r)lT'.. . lyi IIT IN MALICE. |

Publication Title: Northern Times
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [irii do not identify ourxAvex with the opinions expressed ly our Correspondent*.] To the Editor of the Northern Times, Dear Siii—I send vou a conundrum which occurred - to me upon reading the Jlfttcury of yesterday : 1 \Y hat statesman is that who is ' noarly the most liberal man of his party,' — 41 too liberal to be called anti-liberal,' ' though oitcu lets liberal,' and *' frequently decidedly illiberal' — *? not unfrequently a Tory in his votes'' — ' at | ? tu.ut. « WILVIIBUIO'IIUUM ? u I»nii ss.o I'invu «W w the very verge of liberalism'— 41 as liberal as need b;*,' : aud ' who huB only two or three cquali ou the liberal Hide?' I feel sure that your rotation will be ' entirely correct , or nearly «o.'' . ' Youia truly, QUIZ. M.iitljnd, April 20, 1857. To the Editor of the Northern Times. Sir, — A litter appearod in Saturduy'4 Mercury signed ' A Durham Freeholder/' iu which that worthy expresses his strong disapprobation of the recent proceedings of our ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. THE PANAMA ROUTE.—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NKWCA.STLH. TIIK PANAMA UOUTK. — I'lUlUC MKKTINO. l.lftrid'h d from Salurdui/'s Tt lnntiuU.) A meeting of tho N«'wcastl.f Chatnher nf Dommerco wan held on Thum lay evening, at tho H n f I of Commerce, WnLt-vtrcut. Tho chairman, Mr. John Hinglo, pro Biding. Mr Alexander Walker Scott, M.L.A., anil Mr. Arthur Ifodgxon, (Seneral Sup rinlondaut of tho AiHtralltn A^rirulturnl Company, whn at a provioun meeting of tho eo-nmif. eo hid been introduce I by Mr. Ilingle and Mr. Wright, weio ;-dmi't.id uirmbers cd* tho Chamber. air. George 1 idly moved 'hat a memorial bo adilroxrod to his Kxeellonc* tlio Gnvemor-Oenoinl, eeuchod In tho strongest tecnmmemlatory terms, praviog him to lend hU aid to tbo acceptance of tho propoHil.s from tbe We t Iin'li Mail Stea'u-hhip Company, for a monthly mail couitimuieati «u bv wny of Panama. Tho motion was se conded by Mr. It C. Koagifi, nod nnaidmoiiNly after which the following memorial was submitted and approved. M To his Rxeidloncy ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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TASMANIA. DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

TASMANIA. defeat or tu l misistrt* Byway of Melbourne TuBuinnia news baa reaobod 8vd- I ney to tho 17th tuHiaur. Thu motion made by Mr. I Iuu** of waut of confidence in iln Gre^s -n miuirt'ry oanied, after a viid nt duba*o, by 15 aifaiuat 10. An | Hfuendmont waa submitted ai f illow^ : — '? Tnat it i»* d^B- | ireible, at tbo outset of free itntituti »n8, tlut thi* Hou^e | Hhould not iudu'po in party dUputaiiou, but that they tthnud at once proce d with tbe preiwiug busineurt of the U -U*0, unu await iDd lunuur uuvuK'piucub «'i tuo uica- i guNut of tho MinUtry, on oountitutiuuil grouudi.' j Thin wasnegatived by 15 to 11. Tbo debate in tho Hoa-c of A eooibly is described by ono ol the members us follows:— Mr, Hilfo naid, tbe buflin »ea of tho IIou*o reminded him of ono whocimel imddenly upon a village in tho backwood* of America, J whero tbo wholo population were lighting with tho ex ception of ono, to whom ho addressed himself: ' I i-ay Htraiiger ! U thu a free ii^ht ? Can I havo a g...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

COLONIAL LNTELLIGrKN OK VICTORIA. Ily tho Wonga W»»nga, ntenmer, wo {ICmpirc) havo re uiv'ijil Moibourne jMjxij* to Afiril -H. Tne l'.irli imeni mot April 2 1 ; when Mr. Wood, the ?iiotiiDer for the Ov-u*, t-»«-k thu tmihd tiud hi«- Heat. On tho motion ot Mr. O'Sh.iiiin-Ky, u O'iniuilteo wh ?ip(»--inlud to prupnre nn utHire»rt to hi- i^xcuilciicy, the linartinr, WJtJi bill! upon tho doutli of Luly I'a Uty. (A aimilar motion uiide in tho Up tier ll'Uie). It ii,„ tt .iu.. »(1 1 . .*- pn cil Mr ,l»Mr„ tftutouu otlier motion wnicU bo wi*U* d to put to the HotiH'. (t wiu» iutouded to coovoy a u.aik ?-( ciurtoity to u g«tn~ iloiua.i who wan uovv ou a vixit to tho colony: he refer. | red to thj honorable the Spuakor of the hegiulutivo A-- I rfembly ol Nu* South Walen. lie would movo that u | cUutr tio pluced in the HoUie, an a murk of ouurteny for I that hoiioraDlo guulleuittu. I Tue motiou waapusded. TheA^cuibly met again on Wednesday ot tho umuaI hour und coutinuud thu debate ou Mr. Foll...

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MASSAGE BAY GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

UA6SAC&U DAT GOLD F!£(.DS. Tho Nelson Examiner devoted nearly a pngo to a de ucriptiou of the Massucre 15 »y Gold Fields. 'I'hurcUa long account of. tho country adjoining, but wo givo tbo i nitfi of tho matter, naoioly tho oarnlng-i of (he diggorf. I | Tho editor -ajfl : — ' '1 ho diggers wo applied to havo been WABhintr pirh(»p-- kovmi bourn ouf ofht\ dally ton. Thoro wero three In lho party, nnd tho gold ho produced a mounted, by bin reckoniug, which he Raw no roiion to dnubr tbo correotuenrt of, to three-r|uartoM of ail outi'jf, Ni»w wo nhouldrtay thid wna ono i.f tho di^gura lopufod mortt Huceert-fnl, at (I ihafe ho told u* bin p iny bad made at in at about two and a half nunee* in one day— on nu avorago of wnthin^ d-y^ about ono onnoo and a half, und ino'uding d iyn »'intdoyed in rem viug top--«oil or otbor tmp'oduclivo work, an ov«ra^o of ono ounce p^r da*. On the wholo, that in eight woekn they had mado £800 out of tbe:r claim. Thin wbh tohl ouroulvnp, and »ho man eoo...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

NEW ZKALAKD. Jtf the Loaifl and Miriam, wo have now« from Nelion | to April 11. | Too Provincial Council met April 7*b, tiftor its ad journment from tbo 45th of Januuy, Mont of tbo mem ber* were present. Tbo Provincial Solicitor ou the 8th brought in a bill to oathoriso tho Superintendent of the Province of NcUon to raise & loan uot exceeding £100,000 by thoiuue of debentures. After bo mo other formal bualnws, tbo Council ad journed to April l'Hb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

AB3TB.VCT OK SALE BV AUCTION. ;Fuiday, 1st Mat. Dopds & Co , at the Salo V'arils, East Maitlnml, at ; twnlve o'clock, a siipoiior lot of Colts, Mares, and ' Fillies.

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

IT is particularly requested that any irregularity in tbo delivery of tho Northern Times bo notified at ?.Die Oflice with as little ilolay as possible, ill ordor that 4-teps may bo taken to prevent a recurrence of tho nnnoyanre.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

To the Independent Electors of the District of Maitland, (''1 EXTI.K.MEN, — Many frionrlj hiring asked me to X allow myself to be placed in nomination for one of the Vacant teats in the LLtrict Council, canted by the retirement of two of its members, I feel bound to com ply wiih their request. I r.ow, theiefore, declare myself a Candioale, and, should I be elected, my study will be to do all i/i my power for the good of the District generally. J am, Gentlemen, Your obedient tervant, JOSEPH ECKFORD. u ^7blte Swan Tnn,M West Maitland, li 1 tt April, 1857. ? 1670 To the Electors of the Maitland District. G1ENTLEMEN, — Having been requested to allow X myself to be placed in nomination for one of tho Tocancies caui^d by the retirement of two of the mem bers of the District Council, J have complied .therewith, and offer m/ services for tbe reception Of rejection of the electors. J beg to state tliat should I be elected, as far as I am individually concerned each portion.of the district. o...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Marhiaoe is IIioii Life. — in tho list of marriages published ia Saturday's Herald thero Is ono possessing peculiar interest. Tbo bridegroom is a peer of England ? tho bride, wo beliove, a native-'iorn Australian. Tho former is the Bight Honorable George E I ward, L-rd Audley — tho latter Emily, eeeond daughter of the late I Survoyor-Gonoral of the coloDy of Now Suuth Wales, Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell, ICut. The ciealinn of the barouy of Aadloy dates m far back as tbo year 1207. Tho nreicut baron it George Edward Tnickneose-Touuhot B in of tbe nineteenth baron, by tho eldest dau/hur nf S.rllvis Donolly, lately deceased. Ho was boru iu 1817 and succeeded bis father ia 1837. Sir Jubn Touohet, a distinguished soldier in the time of Edward III., mar ried tho heiress of tho barony of Aadloy i and Captain Paillip Tuiuknesso menlsdj in 1740, tbo huireu of tie Touohets. The ano'ent family of Andliy woro baro is by tenure boforo tho reign of Henry III., but the exis...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. T»r Popclatiom or London. — Few persons hi»o tho nlightc*t eoucoptiua of the extraordinary number of cuntry people residing in London. What it we were f» **»/ that, of all men and women now living in the metropolis, lu all gradea of society, more than hulf ore cuntry people — would this be generally believed ) Tbe Oirmus Commimloner' micerfained thi« to bo unques tionably the fact in IBM ; for of l(o9f-,000 pt^ou*, n^vd twenty ye*M and upw.irdF, no im.ro thun 0 1 /j ,000 were horn in L-odon, the reiiMining 7^0 DOf) liuvintf been horn iu the country or abroad, and having chunked their residence t'l L .ndon at some period or other of their live*. Including children, and taking account of the increase ol populati »n between Ift&l and I there uu-t at th« pr»*«ent moment he more than ono million inhabitant* «'f London who were horn either in tho coun try or abroad — -that t», ono million iiibaWitnut* of L -ri- don 7»h« are not Iy-r»donerM by birth. It is curious to...

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GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

GOLD FIELDS. f From CorriiDondents of the MuJaee .Vc-i-.vx'n'r.l McaaKNuRE Diuoixos. — The above diggings arc situated above twenty-two miles from Mu'lgee, in u southerly direction. It appears they were fir-t di rocere ed as a gold fluid in August, 1851, by Mr. Jacob Inder, of Sydney, but tho mode of working for gold at that period being in its infancy, very little was made hy the discovery. However, much attention lias at various times been directed to this locality, and several parties havu prospected the ground. Towards tlio latter end of January last, vagUJ rumours wcro abroad that gold was iw.i.w. ohf i i mwt it, l.-irrr,, nuantitins. These ttlatelllentK wore confirmed, and, on the 13th of February, the fact ! of 1150 ounces being obtainod in one day increased tho ? excitement, and numbers of miners flocked iu from all I directions. From that tiino to tlio present the populu- i tion has been steadily aud gradually increasing, and now ! numbers somo 2000 diggers, including women...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 29 April 1857

LOOM. INTELLIGENCE. The SonciToa-GENEBALsuiP. — It is understood thut in tbe rc-nrrangoment of tho Ministerial offices consequent on tbe retirement of Sir. Manning, the ofBco of Solicitor-General will bo ofTorcd to Mr. Nichols, Mr. Darvall, becoming Attornoy-Gcneial. Mr. Nichols, wa aro iniurmeu, will accept this appointment.— Junpure, Tho Herald savs, ' We understand that tbo office of So licitor-General, which wiB bo vxcant by tho removal of Mr. Darvall to the Attorney-Generalship, has been offered to Mr. G. B. Nichols, but it Is iiQt yet known whether the precarious otato of that gentleman's health will pormlt him to accept it.' Abscohdino.— On Monday lwtGcor.-o Douglas, a half caste, appeared before the Bench at NVcst Maitland, _ charged with having abscondod from tho service ofJ.W. Slack. Tho defendant apologised and Offorod to go back to his employment, and, as Mr. Slack did not wish to press tho charge, tbe caao Was settled on payment of costs. ' ' I ! . Neoleot or Duty. — Ou...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 2 May 1857

IM POUNDINGS. At Mcrriwn. on the 17'h day of April, 1857, from Colaroy— Bay gelding, blaok points, 74 under tbo sad dle off side, EX. under saddle near «*ide, EK over co near shoulder; dark bay gelding, IIC or HO near shoulder; damages and driving 5s. per bead. If not reloaded, will bo cold on tho 18th day of May, 1857.

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