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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. EXECUTION OF TUB MURDERERS OF MR. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
COLONIAL INTELLIGfiNCE vxcrroMA. EXECUTION OF TUB MURDEREBS OF MR. PRICE. ' i : (J fypni'tht Atgu*?) , :y\ Pa Tucodav morning, at eight to'oloclf» Thomas Wil*' liiims, Honry:omith tdiosBrennani'atjd ThbrtuiaMaJOhey,' tho -firot :threo pri»»on-*t^ convicted at. the latV Social Missions 6t the murder of the hito'InspecltirrGpii^ral at, , William^town, 'oh the'26th' Mrtrcli lixst, Weio.oxtiOutqd. ini th«* Milbonnid. gaol.' The unhappy ijaon, .wh(- wero. all fnenibors of the Roman Oathbho Clijaroh, .wareat t-ntled in their last momenta by two ccclo^iastics,' nnd it: will bolsatUfaciory. to-thorpublio to know that all ex hibited . tlio -oppourimcu of *incors- contrition for thdr crrmmal carcdr, nnd patient resignation to their fato. it Is romarfcable, howover, tint only one of theni» theooit* viot Mnlonoy, made any reference to tho orinjo for whluh he was ahout to suffer, and of which ho'declarod hlmsolf innocco t to tho last. Tho other two, Williams and Smith, maintained from tho first ...
GOSFORD (BRISBANE WATER.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
GOSFORD (BRISBANE WATER.) (From our Correspondent.) A melancholy accident occurred hero on tho 24th. A Mrs. StOckdalc, of Blue Gum Flat, nn aged lady, wafi busily occupied near tho firo, when her clothe? suddenly became ignited. There was not any ono neor at hana to give assistance, and whon diecovorcu all hor garments I with tho excoptlon of her fltaytf ' hnd beon consumed* | Medical aid was sent for, but it proved of no avail, as | (tho unfortunato sufTorer breathed her last aboQt twelve ; o'clock on tho night of; iho oocnrrence. Her husband,, who was in Sydney, only arrlvod homo in timo to mcot i lior remains, whilefc being carried to thoir last resting ? place. ? ' ' ' ' ?
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
DISTRICT I NTELLIGENCE. 'ARMIDALE. (From the Artnidale Express, Ma if 2.) Rooky Riven Diggings. — Yesterday afternoon we | received a verbal notice from our correspondent, lo tho cflcct that two of tho shafts at the now rush on Sydney | Flat have turned out verv well, aud tlut theto is every I prospect of tho new digging* equalling the famous Mount W-lsh. With the exception of this interesting item of news, tliero is nothing cls»* of inueh interest this week. The Latf. Accidknt at Falconkr — A magisterial inquiry has beon held in this matter, and adjourned till tho I7thin&tint for medical cvidcuco. It appeals that1 on Monday, the 27th ultimo, the doeeaBed (a man uamed Hubert Doylo alias Storv) who wa-t a buMock-driver in th-» employ of Mr. G. Elliot, of Kmu Creek, was tra velling with IiIh dray towards Armidale, in company with Mr. K.'s ovcr-cer and several othcTS. About 4 p.m. he was trying lo mi on the pole of the dray,«whcn he tumbled off ami fell undor the off wheel, whi...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE (Fror.i the Herald, and Empire ) Tub Ministry.— It U rimmurcfl that Mr. Wise is t° I be the new Solicitor General, and Ihnt Mr. George Macle»y )? 1° I divide with Mr liay iho department of Lands and PuWle Woiki— J Mr, Dnrvall becoming Attorney General Allekkd Captivity or Dr. Lkiuiih aju-t. — Ou Fri- | day h«st, the? prisoner Garhut, logetln-r wit I* hi» brother and unclc, underwi-nt a long examination at Oockutoo Island, l»y his Excellency tho Govornor-Gcnoial in per .'on. Tho following otllcers wcro present, uatnoly. Cup tain Scott (Sir Willinm'y Aide-du-Cainp), Cui-tain Morinrty, It. N., Captain Mann, Mr. James Henry Thoinatf, Resident Engineer at Fitz Hoy Dock, and Mr. Ormrtby, Superintendent of the island. Gnrnut'M state ment was, in the main, consistent with Ips former, ones. Ho, however, admitted, that his having .stated thjjt hirt brother and nnclo had, as well ns himself, been at tho inland settlement where, according to lii.s Htory,- Dr. | Loichhardt wa...
MR A. WINDRYER'S REPORT. KINROSS VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
Mil A. WINDBYER'S REPORT. KINIlOSS Vi NE YAIlD. 'Two Bottles of Burgundy: Vintages of 1853 and 18SG, half of each year mixed ; the wine is now in casks. Tho samples weie drawn therefrom on the 2nd instant, pro duced front tho Iilaek Cluster Graiic ; that of I860 was an inferior must, owing to the wet season, grown on a fiat of sandy soil. ' Two Mottles of Hock : Vintages of 1858 and 1850 — 1-Ctb of lteisling of 185ii and the remainder of Madeira, ltoisliiig and White Pinsan in about equal parts of tho vintage of IS.'jO. Tho samples wcro drawn from the toils on the 2nd instant. ' Ono llottleof Burgundy : Vintage of 1850, product of the Black Clustro (irapo ; grown 011 a sandy flat; in bcttles about threo years. ' A. WlNUKYEU.''
The Great Northern Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
Tho 'Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION — Dows Tkaihs. Tji-. Stations. r£,i™1 S.,,':la5r *J1'» Trams. Tram*. I-savr — b. mjp.rn L. m. p.m. '° NUW Poi'it } 7-3p| 8 0 7-30 3'0 91 Hexham ? fl- 0 3'3(l| 8 0 3 '0 Ifl} Miitlnnd ? 8 24 3 H 8-.-4l3'G4 MAITLaVD STATION- Ur Trains. ' Dist. SrATioNs. -Mi?,d Sunday Trains. I rami Vile*. -Lkayic— a- m yy x\\. & m.'p.m. 0 Maitland ? 4 10 8*4 5 4 10 Of [Hexham ? 0 f- ?! 30 9- t-\ 4 30 iNrwcMtlc ? ? 9'3fJ 5- 1 y*39l 5* 4 €j)t flmlljcrit Cintfs, »0T*ina xxtxhuatx una skt vonx aijoiit ih malice. -SATURDAY, MAY-9, 1857.
MR. CARMICHAEL'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
ltfR. C ARMIC II A EL'S REPORT. Porphyry HriHM presented for examination at the Annual Meeting of the Hunter River Vineyard Association held at the Northumberland Hotel , lt'«- Maitland , 6th Mau. 1857. I.— Two bottles Porphyry lied Wine ; ^vintage lBf-0 ; bottled in April, 1867. This wino is from the Pinenu Noir alone, and had one per cent, of brandy added, on devattngo. It has not been regularly racked nor artificially clarified;' II.— Two) bottles Porphyry White Wine ; vintages 18G'l and 1S55. The specimen hero submitted? for inspection resulted from tbe admixture of wines of these two vintages, ill the winter of 18f-0. It was bottled last month. Tho must in both vintages w.tB from Shepherd's variety of the grape. It has not been artificially clarifio A small per centage of brandy was addod at tbe time of mixing the vintages. III.— Two samples of Brandy distilled from the mark and lecs of the vintage. Ifit sample, distilled last year, specific gravity, 0.!,'0(i8 2nd sample, disti...
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND VIA PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
8TBAM COMMUNICATION WITH jENQLAND via Panama. Wi perceive, by an advertisement in the Sydney '-papers, that a public meeting-was to be held yes terday at Parramatta, for the purpose -of taking into consideration the above important subject. We;«reigIad'to see the people of Parramatta take ?*o lively an interest in, and show so just an ap- I preciation of, the importance, to this- colony, and ' to every portion of it, of direct and speedy steam communication-with the mother country. J'ub -lic meetings for this purpose should be held in all tlie principal towns of the colony, and we trust our own townsmen of Maitland will not let slip this opportunity of furthering an object which, if onccr carried into effect, will confer immense bene fits on tlie whole Northern districts. We havo no intention of entering at length into ♦ko merits of the Panama route, as the subject ' has been so ably'discussed in the lending columns of the Sydney paper:). It is impossible to over estimate the advant...
Report of the Hunter River Vineyard Association, for the year 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
Report of the Hunter River Vineyard Association, for the | j tear -1807. ' In presenting tlicir Annual Report of matters con nected with the objects nnd interests of the Hunter lliver Vineyard Association, tho Standing Committee have to - congratulate their fellow members on tho favourable opinion now cnterlanieii ot colonial wines. 1 lie nign place assigned to the wines of New South Wales, in the scale of comparative merit, which woe arranged by 1 judges of acknowledged competency, at the 1'aris Exhi bition of 1855, has at longth established what this Asso ciation from its comii'.enceini ut had hten endeavouring to prove — that wine may rightfully bo claimed to be mined as one of the staple productions of tbe colony. ' It has been most gratifying to learn that to Mr. King, Of Irrawang. the well known originator and sup porter of this society, was awarded, on tho occasion alluded to, one of the high prizes of merit, in token of the superiority of his sampk-B of wine then exhibited, ...
G. R NICHOLS, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
G. R NICHOLS, ESQ. The following loiter has bocn handed to us for publication : — Sydney, May 5, 1857 My dear QorrUk— More healthy anil refreililng to me lhan all the mcdlclnct I am forccJ to take are words of frknihlilp ami of sympathy from those whom 1 hold in grateful remembrance, and who, I bbllove, rcipcct me. I know you do not exa^erate the kind sentiments of my Mait* land contUtucnti. I knew thnt whatever there was to be excused In my conduct they would generously excuse; that what was to l-c applauded would bo generously approved. Vou will tell my friends that they must not hope to sec me yet t you will tell them 1 have banquetted on their high, good, and gcucrous hopes in my behalf, and yuu will return thanks for inc. I am glad my colleague I* well received In Maitland. If useful servlee to the country can be grown up in any man's mind, it is by the sympathy and klndneis of such men as those of Maitland. !-o not u-ffrct that you *»?..?* ...eel me ot a festive board; you nav...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. HUNTER RIVER VINEYARD ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. HUNTER IUVER -VINEYARD ASSOCIATION, j . Ou Wednesday Inst tlio annual mcetii'got tlio Ilnnier j IUvtr Vineyard Associniion mod hclil at Iho Noitlnun l-erlnnd Hotel, West M.iUhiiil. Dr. l.in.limnn, ilio I'rosidont for tlio Inst yoar, was in tlio chair. Thn meet ing was not very numerously attended. Several visitors, inc'u.ling A. W. Scotl, K-iq., M.l'., nuil 1'!. C. Vcckcs, Esq., M.l\, wore present. Three new iru-mb^rs, viz., 'Mr. A. Wyndlmni, Mr. litnke, -nn-l Dr.'I'nrU, were ad mitted as membois of tlio Association. Ten Rum plos of wine nnd tliroo of brandy wero presented to the mcolinp; -and lasted. A new modo of estimating tho value of -samples, nnalngons to that practised nt the meetings of f.iinil.ir societies in 1'ariH, wc.a adopted. This n.odo is considered by noinc ns wi'll adapted to elicit what lnny ' Iio termed tlio avor.igo opinion of tho Socieiy. A card is liamled to oaih member, headed — Xamo of vinoy.iril — liv wlioni exhibited — bouquet, flnvour, ...
NEWCASTLE CHURCH SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
NEWCASTLE CHURCH SOCTETY. The annual meeting of this Society was held in tlie School Room, Morpeth, on Thursday last. Tho Rov. Mr. Boodle preached from the text, Paalm 137-5 v. His gracoihe Lord Bishop of Newcastle occupied tho chair. Tho clergymen present wete the Rev. Messrs Blorafield, Illackwood. Adams, Coles, Child, Winfioh, Thackeray, Wayn, Wilton, tiolion. Boudlu, and Bus leu Uttssrs. Knox Child, B**i esford, Hu lson$ Charles Mr. Capper, and Dr. Hartigan took part in tin* proceedings. After the UMial devoii-.n.il exercises had been f-- r~ formcd, his g aoe th-i Lord Bishop said that durin^-pa.-u years ho hud had the agreeable duty of announcing that the society was progressing, and on tiiiH occasion he liad to perform the same p. easing duty. The amounts col lected in previous venrn werea« follows — in 1861, £)31 ; in 1852, £1412; in 16G;i, £22 17 ; in 18/rK £J33tJ2; and in ltf.*-5, Thr population of tho ngricultur I dis tricts had not possessed such Hinple JOHuurct-a during ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
Hunter Biver New Steam Navigation Company. MORNING STEAMERS TO SYDNEY DATLY. * HIS Steamer* of thi' Company will RESUME the ' VOUNING TRIPS to Sydney, fro n the Wharf, Morpeth, dailv,at E'^ht o'clock, for tho Fortnight Com* menciog on Monday, 11th instant. J&T To CTARENCE TOWN, calling at Raymond Terrace, the FENEELA% on Wednesday Morning next, from ths Wharf, -Morpeth. TILMOUTII F. DYE, Manager. Company'^ OfiScrjt. Morpeth, 8th M.iv, 18 '.7. Steam to Sydney. THESteamrr* nftlmA. K.N Company will RESUME tlio AKTERM' -ON TRIE'S to Sydney, for the en Htting Kortni^ht. leaving the Morpeth Wlmrve^ dally, at Jwo o'clock prccincly, uw.iitin^ the arrival at Newcactlc i)f the down train with patMcnitcia for Sydney. JAMES PATERSON, Managor. A. S. N. Company, Oth May, 1S57. 1770 Public Mooting. Aruiiuc MEF.TING of tl-.o Cri.ndf.of Mr. Gro-uo Robert Nichols will ho held, at the Queen's Theatre, West Muitlnud, on WEDNESDAY next, the 13th May inntant «t h»lf-pa-t Seven o'clock p.m., for t...
ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS FOU THE DISTINCT OF MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAITLAND. Ycstorday was tho .lay appointed for tbo election of two gentlemen to fill tho ufUco in the District Council vacant by the retirement ot' Messrs. il,-rtliwtcU and Gorrick. The polling commenced ut 9 o'clock a.m., anil terminated at i in tho afternoons Me-wra. Closo and Middlotou were At tlio ho.id of tho pD-l ditflng the wholo of the day at- Morpotb.-and Messrs. EcklSttf nlut Close at West and East Maitland. Thi Waidoli'toia to have declared the ctata of the poll at 5 o'c ock, at the Court .ittmec, Qast .tlaiihui'd.'i-tlt an some little delay occUired. in the irausit oftho Morpeth rcpoii, tbe dOelarotiou did notJtake.placo for DuHy Uaif ou luuro.leitrarda.? The : interval was of course alio I up with those. motley. ,oin. - binations of sounds aud that rude And boisterous merri- ' &)s'Ut, peculiar to electioneering ns imbnfei. Upon the arrival of Mr. Portus the Wardcti-ri'qlfestuiMliO assembly to linen patioiiily-uuiit hb ...
SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
SYihNI'Y LA HOD K M.VUKKT. W.-conlimie to lm»o n tolerable unqniry ;'of ^r t-clft« bnsli liatitls. t'nn):li.!M Tor -li..p!ierdiiiit slti|»l ? shepllfrtU. a'ocKiuen, bill ock-drive », domcftio mid station cnipluii, j r-Hi-th ciupentcrs, nnd fciiiale servants. Throneh the , f.ill of t ie year, labour i» in a decree more abundant, anil our ratios are more generally accepted t'.an tliey were a month »inee j and there is a probability of vugm, at all rvenlH, nnt cxe.tling present quotations, whicli remain substantially as below: — Per annum and . Hntiuiia. Married Co-tplos .. 3^ £50 to jE60 StoUniMi ? 85 40 I'loiuhnu'n ? Sr- 40 Fin ill Servants .. .. .. SO 85 Bullock Diivers ... ... .. 35 45 ? ? 25 30 Ditto t»o flocks ? 55 60 1 1 ii: kt i purs ? 20 25 Female Servants ? 20 26 OLIVER STAINES, nritlnh and Kurei^ii Labour Market, Corner of King and Casilereagh Streets Sydney, .Hay 5, lbo7.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses , Wanted Situations, and Adeerttse rnents imdci * twenty words, only One S/tilliny. terms Fon advertisements. Twenty word* and under, One Shillings every addlUonnl Ten vorih, Sixpence; Ono Inch* Three Shilling*) ami One anil, Sixpence tot every additional Inch or part of an Inch. tkhm3 op fiunscniPTioN. Right ShlttlDffi per Quarter whtn pMd In artvanc©! and Nln* f*hJ11l»»/j4 If not raid within PoufiTNkN Da** after the com' mencomcnt of each Quarter. Notico to discontinue Advorticemonta must be given in writing on tho day previous to publication. Notice. MR, J. S. PATAU? II is authorised to Collcct Accounts due to ilio Nortiieiin Times. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' dtnernl knitting (tffke. EVERY description of LE1TER-PRES8 PRINTING executed with neatness and despatch. Book-work, Catalogues, Pouters, Billheads, Cheque Hooks, Circulars, I. aw I'orms, Pamphlets, Show Cards, niid every otliur description of plain nnd ornnmcnlat printing inn style not to l-u excoll...
SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
SYDNICY WHOLESALE I'lUC'liS OF COI.ONIVI, l'HODUCE. ^ n ? ?. d. « ool. f.ilr (o host, per lb . . 0 1 (i to 0 2 It Talluw, lircl', |i r mil .. . . 4U 0 0 . . CO 0 0 Diltn, mution, ditto ? CO 0 0 .. £5 0 0 Ditto, station, ditto .. .. 4'- 0 0 .. 4B 10 0 Sheepskins, per lb .. .. 0 0 II 0 0 10 lli.'c*, each ? 1 0 0 .. 1 IH 0 Dit'--. inferior. . .. .. 0 1GO .. ] 00 f'u'f.kin-, ditto ? 0 2 0 .. 0 7 6 \V;iitlp Hurk. por toil ? 8 0 0 .. 10 0 0 riotir. firnt qunliir, ditto .. l(i 0 0 ..18 0 (I Ditto, Brcmiiis, ditto ? 9 0 0 .. 12 n 0 Hurley. English, p rhuMidl.. 0 6- 0 .. 0 7 0 Ditto, Cape, nitto .. .. 0 8 0 .. 0 7 0 \Vlicnt, ditto ... .. . . 0 5 (J 0 0 (I Maize?, di to ? -0 6 fl .. 0 7 6 llran di t» ... .. .. 0 1 6 ., 0 1 0 liny, oatrn, |H-r ton .. ..7 0 0.. 12 0' 0 Ditto, litcernu, ditto .. .. (1 15 0 .. 7 0 0 Ditto, market ditto .. .. 10 0 0 .. 14 0 0 Potato. n, ditto ? 7 10 0 .. 7 15 0 Onlun*, ditto .. .. , . 12 0 0 .. IS 0 0 1 aeon, per lb . . . . . . 0 0 8 . , 0 I) D Cltcess, ditto ... ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Its do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 9 May 1857
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. £ IfV do not identify ourtrlrcx tcith the opinions exprttted by our Correspondent!.] To the Editor of the Northern Timri- ! Dealt Ma. Editor, —When any one haa a grievance thev most naturally appeal to you lo remedy it. Since I have become a snlMcrilh-r to your valuable j journal, iu jlebnt dy last, I have received ««»e half tbe ' papers pub is'ud I hnve every re.iso.i t-» believe they nr-' p- fte I rtgu'arlv iti Maitland The negligence r»-st« w.tn tlu* post-oJhce authorities up the countiy — this I know from r»pc irnte The nor.-dubv»ry of journals i- ve y uusutisiai.'tory to U-tli reader :vn-i publisher. A wccMy po-t conns by my door — some weeks one passes — others nono at all. Hoping ^ome;h)ng may be done to make it moro regular. I am, &c., A NEW ENGLAND SUBSCRIBER, Bouroloug, May 1, 1S57. To the Editor of the Northern Timet. Sik, — Will the pre-£n Mliii-try do anything to im prove the 'evrntmn roalsof tbe cuuntry f ia a qi^tiou which w£ Ci4rinoal...