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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
With n-ferenee to tlio r; iverutnenl nmic-\ dated H)th February, 18-ifi, relative to tlx? oj.eniu.' and making of a parish road fiom Mu-twuUbronk to Menon. not,i..e U hereby given, in arcordancc with the Act of Council 4th William Fourth, No. II, that alter due consideration nf an objection which has been made to tlw* proposed road, in conformity with the und Act, his Kxcellmcy the Govt rnor-(iener.il. with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pha*ed t'» enfirm th? said rood, nnd it is therefore hereby decbired »»\pedient to open and inak' the road reft-rreil to, aecording to an n?'eiid(!d phill ami bt»oIt of reference, to bo seen ut. the otlice of tbe Survcv'tr-fieju'ral, .it oydm-v. and a' the Polic MusWidlhriitk, and all | er--.n^ iutoiMiu c to -d;»im '-o.i ► pfitH»\ion in rcapect «-1' thu.s rik- I in ?, an- !n:r»-hy temuded tl.at notice must be served nj.on toe f'\donial Secretary, wiihiu forty days from the date hereof, iu such muuntr and form as aro provided by the si...
TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
Tursdat. The court opened at t-n o'clock. Mr. DouTmg applied to have the four pounds found on the person of James Gallagher, eonvietod cm the predous day of stealing ten pounds given up to Charles Whaley, the prosecutor. The applica ion was granted. , . sTAnnisn ano wo0Nni.su. i John Hannah was indict-.'d for that ho did, at Moiriwa, i on the 3rd day of March, 1807, stab an I wouiu one Thomas Hurkc, with intent to do the -aul Thomas-Burke some grievous bodily luuni. The prisoner pleaded guilty to. the charge of slabbing, hnt stat.d that tlu- pro-ecut-r had first assaulted him. lie denied having any intention of doing the prosecutor any bodily harm, which was equivalent to a p.oa of not guilty. The Crown Prosecutor stated the case, and called Thomas Bufke nnd William Mutiro as witnesses to depose to tho facts of thn ca^o. k Tlmiins Bttrlio depos.d that he was a storekeeper residing at Meniwa. Gammon Plains, and knew the prisoner well, in fact, had known him for the last 18 votirs ;? ...
APPROACHING LAND SALES. Surveyor General's Office, Sydney, 7th May, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
APPROACHING LAND SALES. Surveyor General's OfTico, Svdney, 7th May, 1857. Crown lands have been proclaimed in previous num borsi of tho Gazette for sale at the undermentioned places und dates. JCacli sale will commimcc at eleven o clock' am.: — No. of 1857. Gazette. Armidale — Wednesday, 27th May ?... 62 Drayton — Wednesday, 17th June 05 Grafton— Thursday, 28th *'ay ... ... f-2 F;i''ny. 2Hth May ... ... f»2 Maitland— Monday. 22n ' June .., ... GU Miidgce — Monday, 22nd June ... ... fii) Muswellbrook — Wednesday, ICth Vfay ... iA Newcastle — Tuesday, 10th Slay ... ... 59 Port Maoquarie — Tuesday, 2'th May ... 02 . Ilylstone — Wcdnts ?lay. loth Mny ... 61 Scoui — Monday, 22nd Juno ., CO fcingleton — Wednesday, 18tb Mny . . f/4 Tamworth — Friday, 1 Silt May .. .. 45 Warinhla— Wednesday, 27th May .. 62 Wt.dlingrove — Wednesday. 17- It June . . 05 Wolloinbi — Tucsd.y, 2«th V.uy .. .. C2
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The NcRTnKKN Ksconr.'-^This cscort arrived in Ma:tland on Monday l-.Rt with 101G ozs. 14 dwts. I t grs. of gold dust f;o»n the Rocky River, and 70 ozs. of go'd fro-n Tain worth (the pioluce of the Hanging Rock gold fi- Id) ; making in all 108G oas. 14 dwts. 14 grs. DttuNKKNNKBs.— Th. re wero four personB charged with this offence, at W«at Maitland, on Monday. last, Patrick English, John M'Grath, William Moss and Wil liam Mortimer, etch of whom ploadei guilty. Tho for-oer was aflinemished an I discharged,. it being his first offence; M'Grath and Moss irere each fined 40s or .48 hours in the cells; and Mortimer, being his fourth ap pearance, was sentenced to be imprisoned in Maitland gaol for six weeks. Mit. W. Mannino. — The New South Wales Bur have determined to present Mr. Manning with a piece of plate valued at £5'', as a slight .testimonial not only of thoir high respect ftfr him during his long official career &s Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Jwdgc, a...
Government Gazette. SUPPLEMENT WEDNESDAY MAY 6, 1857. SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
[?] - Supplement, Wbo.ves'dat.'Mav 6, 1S57. hai.es or ckcw.v lands. At eleven o'clock on Mond.iy. 22nd Jnric. the follow ing lots f-f land will be offered lor s de bv public auction, at the upset price affixed to each respectively. Deposit 10 per cent. At the Crown Landz* OjTvc. Maitland. NoRTnuMnKirLAxn.— 17 suburb m lots in the village reserve ut Pu'-olbin, On Kl ick Creek ; eontaiuiiiir from 7i acres to 2i»J acres; up^et price, £'2 and X'2 10.* per acre. NoRTitVMBEKLAKu — 13 sub-irban lots in the village reserve of AlJandale; containing from oj ncrtfl to ICi acres; upset price £2 10s ikt acre, excepting one lot which ii £2 M the C rat on Lands Office, Mudyte. ruTLMP-5 country lots, on the Cndge.ong TUver, about -JJ miles above Mu lgee ; containing from 32 to4(i acres ; upset price, £\ per nore. At the Crown Lands ' Office^ Scone. \ Bkisbank.— 4 country lots, on Wybong CiroV, be tween 10 and 12 miles above its confluence with Cuan gun Creek; containing from (-:i to 10 j acres; up....
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. BATHUllST. ( From a (?orrc*pon-hni of thr F.-nph f.) By the mail, yesterday afternoon, a reply woi received to the ►eooud memorial a idresse 1 by the inbuhimi.t- of Huihnrst to tho (io\rrnnr CJeniral, mi fuv-uir e-f the con demned Convict, 'he Kxerutivo is iuexoiahle, and at f- o'clock 1I1U morning Cn ran must tiie. Though the circumstanci5s under which Oiirran c^tnmltied hi- crime wero of the most criminal character, the general feelinir of this district is that of n tv for him in his pre sent awful position, on account of tho barbarous Igno rance in which he ban hceu reared ; ami this feeling hav, pprlmp', grown tho Wronger because the prere-gativo of mercy has just boon exercise ! in favour of a Hatlmrst prisonor eonvie'ed by direi t evidence of murder. Moth ()n ran and Mitcholl, iho other unhappy man left for execution, are very reserved, and hav j betrayed J ttle concorn as to their f'ule. La^t evening Mr. Parkes addres--od the membors of the School of Ar...
ORIGINAL COREESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondent.] To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ TF-» do not identify ourtrhen t cith the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Northern Timet. Your Irauo of tho flth current has iunt been placod in mybandji, and tny at t -nt ion dirccfcd to a communica tion. BiRncd ' lIoncilas,,% Fnbjnlninc an ariiclo from a New York paptr. in which mv name figuron as the iucarn.itinn of moral and ^ocinl Irpro^y. Without rtfercnco to the animus of yonr correspon dent. or tin? Fpcclous and manifest maloV-ncnc6 of this cotucrv.itor of tho puidic weal, or questioning the right of a public journalist to guard that public against any existing or threatened evil, I claim, ns an act of Justice at your hands, your attention to tho brief Ktatcmcnt I ann-»x. uhicb» with tho drcumcntnrv evidcnco nccom panying, will, I trunt, show you, so far art I am availed in tho JoumnN of New York, that I am a 'man more ninned ftgninM than «inni»'j.' Could I have anticipated so base n$d malicious a libel, bifore leavin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
IT is particularly requested that nnv irregularity in the delivery of the Northern Times ho notified at Oho Office with .»s little dolny ns possible, m order Hint steps may bo taken to prevent a recurrence of tho annoyanco. ? ? ? ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Touonnow (Tiiuiisday.) Portia & Co., nt Toole Farm, at 12 o'clock— Household Furniture. Stock, &o. ?Cox & Co., nt the .Fnrrior'# Arm, -Outstanding DobtH and elcvon boxes Snap.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. AddrcMe.a, Wanted Situation*, and Admrttse ntcnls under hcitnty tcords, only One Shilling. TEiwis you advkutihkments. twenty word* aiul under, One Bhllllngi crnj aditUlonsI T«n ssoids, Slipcncei Ono Inrti, Thrco Shillings i smt -)n» »nd Sixpence for ovcry additional inch or psit of an Inch. TERMS OV HOIISCIUI'TION. Kloht SlillltiiKi P' Qunil' 'hen P»ld In advance] «nd Nine Shillings If not pold within Fuuiitssis Davs after th« com liioncemont of each Quarter* Notico to diocontinuo Advortinemontu muot bo, givon in writing on tho (lay previous to publication. Notico. MR. J. 8. 1'ATiM KIl III authorised to Colloct AccounlH due to tho Northern Timed. TIIE 'NORTHERN TIMES' literal pinling Met. Every dMcriptionor letter-press Piffim no oxccuted witli neatness nml despatch. Hook-work, Cut.ilo|;iH!i, Postern, llillhe.ids, (.'licquo Books, Clrciilnrs, Law Forms, Pnmplilots, Show Canln, nil il ovary other description of plain and ornamental printing In a stylo not to bo ...
PROTECTION IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
PROTECTION IN AUSTRALIA. 'Protection having been banished from the ? countries of the old world, seeks to re-establish her shuttered form-in a new and rising generation. The political economists of Sydnoy have brought to ? light a ? prodigious idea, in attempting to demand far a young and energetic natron the bid commercial restrictions, which at one time bade fair to cripple the energies of the most -powerful land of commerce. It is easy to base argument ' tipon unqualified and uncontradicted assertion, and so to obtain a false proof. The Sydney commercial agitators rush to the bold ? conclusion that England owes lier prcsent position ' to her 'protective duties. 'Next in succession 'follows 'the threadbare dogma that competition in manufacturing skill can be rendered equal by the' imposition of an impost tax ; whether sucli competition results, from the superior work-power ' of 'Other countries, or from high-priced lubour T-eing opposed to a low scale of wages. These protection cr...
The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TRAINS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
Tho Groat Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION — Down Trains. Mixed I Sunday Stations. Trains. Trninn. 'lilies. Lkavi; — a. in. p.m. a.m.|p.»n. 0 Newcmtle — Honeysn6kle\ 7,go g. o 7-30 3- 0 1J Hexham''.!.'';!!;.'.'.''.!!'. 1'.!. 8- 0 3-30 8- 0 0 .10 lb! Snd ? 8-24'a-M 8-2413 64 MAITLAND STATION— Up Tmhs. ' ? ' ~ Mixed Sunday Di.t. Stations. Trains. Trains llilet, Lba vr— a. in. n in a. m . j p .m . 0 Maitland ? - ? i^r lin ni! 1 ?-.» .*^=rss=H«WlW Wy ITdHfen-iv Sflmfs, ?aoTUlSQ EXTKNUATE KOR SET DOWN AUGHT IN MAI.IOK. ^WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1857. ?
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
ETISCELLANEOTJS. How a Roy knf.w his Father. — At a .Tnifice Conrt. i t n hn G^cn Moimtuin Sfnte, t-ofn»» yeirs njo, the Ml. -wine imm«i i»- incident. occtjT'Ml. It was reKt»id to u« hr one of the attorney* prn.«».nr nn the occasion J — A v» ry ill-n ittjred, rjaarr^'j't'm'* person wm coticcrned in i atrpef brawl on« d-«rk night, arid a bhiw from -'?m'h »dv. «*bich re-nlf«d in u ' b^^k ^,y♦,/, nnd a «uit for a-itnlr ai»d btffery. In the enurse'oi the tri il.a -on of th« plaintiff wa' o-Mrd to tho witmst st;:tnd — n r^aular ' chip of the 'dd b'ock,' ub'njr fourteen y#»or« of The hoy testified to 'onio knowh-dg» of rh?afTrayt Hut cmlu'nt give any pHr» cnlnr nn the night, nn ' XC'^dioL'ly d »rk one. *'^ow, sir/' naid tho cron Hxatnininp alt »rn*y, ' v'H y»u °wear that yonr father W'«a there at all ?** ?' Ye', hir, I hioir ho w/w there.' ' B'lt you i«ay yon did'nt »ee him, nor he tr him npe»k How, then, do yon know hi wi* preRent V ' Why, I'll t»-II you. Jii4t. o- I came out of the if'i...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE (From the Jlfrald. and Fmnirt ) Tiik Pati-.st St.iv. — This important work is progress- ' ing sttadilv. Thestonr-wnrk foundation for the hr.lraulic press and engine rooms has been laid, and the piles for the foundation of the slip are b.ing driven. A punt, hy which the diving-htll wilt be worked, is being put tog -tiler ori the ground ; the sub-marine works will be pushed forward with activity, so that the e'lp will be | laid during the present winter. The foundation will be adoquate to receive machinery for taking up vessels of the largest tonnego. Till! WKATitun. — During tho past week the we;. tiier has been fine ; the mornings generally setting iu with light bracing airs from the w. stward : towards noon the , temperature has gradually iinpruvcd, ail I the evenings ! have been fine, the sl y being genorally cloudless. Yes trr'lny morning, howover, a complete change took place ia the weatiior : a stronj. southerly wind set in, accom panied with torrents nf rai...
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
' COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. tlv tho City of Sydney, steamer, wo havo nows from Melbourne to May 7. Tlio now mini- tern wore not lil;olv to bo returned to Parliament uiioppo-cd. Meetings had been hold in Melbourne, similar in charatt-r to tlioso which took place in Sydney sumo momlm .since. On Monday, May' 4 !wn(i't!il of tho friends apd supporters of Men .rs 'JJ'w.'C -Moore was cai.vcnod nt tlio Olympic tThui.tre, nnd t!ie billowing resolution wna prepared: — ' ') n It tills mo ting. having entire confidence in Messrs. .M.icuientiu .\ioore, pledges it\o.f to uto every cflbrt to mcure thidr ro-cleclinn. ' llewever, long before the limr when tho chair wis t.- he taken, it hcciuno apparent that the majority nf th« assembly Wan averse to tlio rooloc tioli of tin; ne« minist rs, Various demonstrations were indulged in by thn dense crowds who thronged tlio gal leries and tlio body ol the tlicatro, I'hroo cltoerB wore Riven lor O'Shunnssy, nnd threo cheers for Dully fid lowed ; nnd t...
MURRAY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
MURRAY RIVER. Piroi,ic Dinner to Captain Cadeu,.— so long talked of, camo ofF, comparatively uncsppCtcd^ ou Wednesday Lst, at M*Kcnzio*s Wa^dereff S)eliillquin. It was originally intended by tho committed tno 'Jin ot -May, out Uaptaln Lmlell wing coinnollod to lie prcsentnt tho nnminl mooting of tho River Murray J^avicrttion Compnny on tiio Oth *'ny, tho dinnor on tho 4th wnti of course found to lio iuipracticaldo. AI ?though advertisements npponrcd In ttio Argn$ announc ing tho change of timo, such aro our dofectivo poai nl arrangements llmt few in those districts woro enabled to profit by tills public announcement. Thoro would have licon a much more 'jxtensivn gathering had tho original ?day becn_ convcniont to Cnptnin Cadoll'; however, there ' was a highly rospictaldo company, who received tho guest with marked kindness, nnd not the least pleasing fcaturo of tho evening was tho fact that somo of the gentlemon prosont woro old schoolfellows of Cspinin failcU, who But upwards of tw...
A SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
A SCEKE IN TIIE A5BEHDLY. I On the 29th nl itno occurred another of the disgrace ful scfDOi for which the Legislative Assembly of Tns mania is aeqnlring an uncuvinblo notoriety. Indeed, . (he wholo of the sitting on the day in question was dis- i iingqished '*/ t!u- display, on the part of some of the . .demhers, of conduct such as would iiardlv bo looked for ' fa assemblioi wlicie tlio pipe and pot give flavour to the trguments of the upcaVcri. On tho celebrated Spartan Principle, wo oxtract a roport of tho occurrcnc: to which *9 havo particularly.referred i— As tho Hourc was about to rice, Mr. Grcgson (who Jiad Just before ro-rnterod thr Camber) 'id be wished tomako an explanation, which we one of a painful character, and which, if it merely aftcted himself, ho shoutd hare passed hy as ho had dor many nameless attacks ; hutai it implicated others, an tome with whom he acted, it would not be just were Si? '- disregard tho wishes of thoso who had advised him to ring it forward. I ha...
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
TASMAMA. The Mclhourno papers by the City of Rydney supply us with dates from Launccston to the 2nd, and llobart Town to the 1st instant. The election campaign had commonrod, and the journnls are full of the usual addresses. Parliament hnd been adjourned to tho 20th of May.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
80I7THBRN DISTRICT. (From th$ Ooulburn Papen of f Saturday-.) Tiik Murray Banquet.— It bohoves tho gentlem.'!* entrusted with tho; control of tho nrrangemouts for thor complimentary dfuiter Ut Mr. Murray to toko prompt, measures to carry, on tho movoment to a nucco-*fnt issiio; for It would fleem that gentlemen cntertni'ilntr oiinlons hostile tojfs objects aiolmliped to bo pretty aetlvo. Wo hav.! been told, on very good authority, that hitters havo been addmfl'd to covers! county gentlemen cautioning them against any participation In the banquet affair. [The commltteo appointed to carry out tho arrangement for tho above dinner mot last night at Woo iward's Hotel. It was agreed that the 25th iuatnut should be fixed for the dinner, and tho secretary was directed to communicate with Mr. Murray and oncertuin ii that date would bo convenient for hipi to attend.] Mr. MANNiK/i.-rWe understand tlmt a movement will he iuunodiatolv initiated with a view to interesting. the Goulburn pub:ie in ...
EXECUTION OF MITCHELL AND CURSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
EX:Xt»TlON or MlTCtir.LL AND CUMSAM. (From the F.mpire Correspondent.) The sen'enceof death on the unfortunate men, Ad- 1 dison Mitchell an I Henry Curran convicted, the former nf murder and the last.-r of rape, at tho l ist sittings of the Criminal Court, was carried into cflcct within the walls of tho gaol this mornmg. Ahoutfifty person , form ing a fair reprcs'iimti 11 of all classes of the community were admitted to witne ss the avrfal rcr. inuny. A little alter 8 o'clock, W.C. uhr, Ivsq., acting on behalf of the Sheriff, m riv'cd at the gaol, with the warrant for tbe exe cution ; and shortly after Dr. Bushy, J. P., 'Captain Battye, J. P , and otic or two other L'cntIe»i»M» arrived to no pru.'Ont no uic- oiuciat - itnesses required by 'av;. Since sentence of d.-;,th Wjs passed o^ Mitchell, he had been attended by the Hev. Mr.Laughton, whilst Curran had received religious instruction It *m the Rev. Mr. Sharp aud tho Rev. Mr. Fox ; and a 1 three of the^o genJcmcii were unremitting...
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 May 1857
LADIES' COLUMN. A. Female ScULnou.— Among art students In Homo ! is to be found in tbo ntu.dio of Mr. Gibson, Harriot Hosmor, a young American lady of doo'ulod gonitis, nnd of groat force and enorgy of character. As earnost in her dovotion to art oh hur master nnd friend, sedulously availing herself of his matured knowledge niri skill, trite is, nt tho same timo, striking out a path of her own, *ith results so amplo in tho prosont, that thcru is scnrccly nny limit to tho oxpooiations thnt may be formed of u carcor so soundly and thoroughly commenced. Tn tho Novcmbor of 1802, accompanied by her father, a physi cian in tbo neighbourhood of Hoston, Miss Hosmor arrived at Rome, resolved to follow soulpturo oa a pro fession, and to devote herself seriously to an art which she had hitherto studiod ns oho best could in her native country. Unheraldod and unknown, she brought with her for nil introduction a certificate for anatomical studies given at tho College nt St. Louia, and a couplo of...