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NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

' NAPLES. Tho condition of Naples beeomeaoaily moro and mora alarming. It appears .to bo highly probablo that some gravo eatastrOpbe is impending over the kingdom ; and it .would not exeito the Jeast s.urpriso it news should arnvo that a revolution hod broken out, and that his Majesty had forestalled a worse fato by flight. Serious doubts might. Indeed, bo 'entertained of his Majesty's sanity, if the obstinacy and folly of tho raco to which ho : belongs were not notorious. Apprehensions have arisen tlj{-ttjho ISO prisoners who, to eocapo tortures 'and tha dungeon, tinder cirenmstonees of peculiar horror, havo consented to. be expatriated, will ever be permitted to reach their destination; and the interforenco of the /Governments of England and Frnaca has been earnestly sought In tbeir bchalt Tho system of espionage ia Naplta has been -carried to the last extremity by (bo opppjntment of 'a commission to discover political plots, in?c8U-d with complete powers to seise add torture with...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANGLO-PERSIAN DIFFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

ANGLO-PERSIAN DIFFERENCES. A pacific treaty between the B/ltlah and -Ranaiofl Govemmeuta -had been signed in Paris. Tho follower woro tbo chief points : — '1. Tho whole of the Persian territory which is pjr may be occupied bj tbo EogUai troops up to the proclamation of peaoe in those parts is to ba completely ovacuatcd by the English. Jjt. fersla reco/nises the iudependonce of Afghanistan— that is to 4»y; Persia makes a solemn .engagement not to lAterforo ant borein tho offaira of Afghanistan, JII. If em ia rotated to its independence. That province will hence, forth be governed by its natiye rulore. JV. Renewal of tbo treaty of oommoroo ooncluded between Persia and England. England will henosforth be treated in tho Persian Empire on tho footing of ft# moat favoured na tion.; Persia equally to in the British ^Empire. V. England renounces honoeforth affording protection to Persian subjecU. VI. Mr. Murray, tbo jsdTtish Minister who resided at Teheran before tbo war, wilt return to Teh...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I Robdght. — On Monday last, at the police office, West Maitland, Daniel Charlton was charged by Venus Martin with having robbed hiw of a iratcb. The charge Was proved, and ths ,i-i*isoner, who proforred being .sum marily dealt with -by . the bench, was sentenced to tlirco months' imprisonment In Maltlutyd g.io), . Bite ac ii of sue Pound Act.-^-Uo Monday last, Mr. OiB.UuUoa vrasBummo.iod before tbo bouch at West Uoitlaudj to anaw » charge of bavisg laid ciccsairo i damages on cattlp impounded by him, and which said duttla jtroro tho property of John Worn Tuck, of West Maitlaiid. Mr. Muflon appeared for tho dclcnco. Tho particulars) liavo reportedly appeared in the Timet. In tho preu-nt caso toino informality In tho summons was amended,. /uid thon tbo bcnch proccedod' with tho caso. The caso was again postponed until next Thursday week Anothor caso of Illegally Impounding 7-1 hosd of cattlo, lu which- Mr. Tuck was complnlnapt, and Mr. C. B Dutton defendant, wa# a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLICANS' LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

PUBLICANS' LICENSING MEETING. Ycstcrdny a meeting of magistrates was hold at the Couit House, East Maitland, to lako into, consideration tho claims of those per.-ons who had applied fur licenses at the Annual Licensing Meeting and had boon refused, along wjtli such other claims as might come before them Tho magistrates on tho Bench were — Major Crummer, P.M., Bourne Russell, Esq., A. Lang, Esq., G. F. David son, Esq , A. Wyndllani, Esq. ..and Captain Smith. The following applications iverc considered : — Robert Turner, Currency Lass, West Maitland, applied, fir a license. Mr. Mullen appeared for, the applicant. Tho liench-stated. that the consideration of Mr. Turner's claim had beon postponed, on the ground that tlicre-.was a second application for a license for. the -s.une houso by .Mr. Patrick. Mr. Mullen quoted cases of a similar nature which bad been lieaid iu Sydney, and, in which' the magistrates had granted both parties licenses. Mr. Mintcr stated that Mr. Patrick had withdra...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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MORT'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

MORT'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Thorn ban been but I if tin wool offering at auctlon'this wrok, the wliolo of which has, howcv&r, been sold at pricen maintaining last week's rates. Several transau tions have tiken placo privately, the demand being far in cxcckr of the Kunrdy. Tam.ow. - None h.is appeared from the boiling esta blicliments ; the quantity rold to-day, with the oxrep* tion of a fc.v casks Btution, consisted of mixod boiling. Prices remain firm. Sheepskins are in demand, and markets firm. Hides, tor the same cause as last %/eek, are reported nominally. There has been no intelligence to ra-t*c a decline but purchasers are not inclined to givo full prices 'without a further report of the English markets. Stock ano Stations. — An increased desire to invest in sheep properties is evident, but in tho absence of late European news, intending purchasers arc reluctant to buy at the prices demanded ; hencc several very do Birablo properties lately in the market have been with dr...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. Tho Palmerston Ministry sustained a defeat In tlio House of Commons. On the 20th of February, Mr. Cob don moved tho following resolution ' That this Houso lias hoard with concern of the conflicts which have oc curred lictween tho British and Chinese authorities in itio Cannon River ; ond, without expressing an opinion as to the extent to which tho Government of China may liavo afforded this country causo of complaint respecting the WMvfulfilmcnt of the Treaty of 1342, this House con siders tlio papers which havo been laid upon the table fall to establish siuis'aetoty grounds for tlio violent liiea (tu reg resorted to at Canton in the late affair of tho Arrow; and that -1 joloct commit too lw appointed to inquire into the stnto of our commercial ril.tinni «,;tl- China.' The debate, which was O Tory animated one, was pro tractod lo tlio fourth uiglit, and on a division being takon tho numbers were : — For ^he motion ... ,, ... 2-7 Against it ? ... 2(13 Majority...

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SYDNEY SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

SYDNEY SHARK LIST. Tho share market has been very quirt since last report, and but very lev/ iraiiHactionn of any importance havo taken placo in iho ti-aimff-r of the different securities, as in the itbsouce of .tdvieen from Kncrlntul aa to iho nrirru ruling thero for our Kever.il Colonial Securities there is a general iiuwlllingneH^ inuniP^ted, both on the part of buyers and Rollers here, to operate, moro CKpfCinlly as /egards our Oov» rnrnent. DelicnturoH and Rank -»f Now South Wales Siork, tho former being held for 1 to 2 per rent, premium, ami the latter for £'10 pernbrao, or 1,10 r»or rent, premium, with a tendency tn advance. There li f till a Ir.r^e amount of money seoking inveMment, hut tho eitreino «juotalions for floverninenl Debenttires and the other favourite securities prevent operations. The Rales mad'* tdnee the l.-ist week's report have horn in — A uMtralian Joint Stork Shares, at £H per share; Au^tralian O.im Company's Shares, at £11 per share; Sydney hmuraueo Compa...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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ARRIVAL OF THE SIMLA. ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE To the 16th of March. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

ARRIVAL OF THE pmT.A, ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE To tfeo loth of March. Tho Wonga Wonga etoamor, which otrlved at Sydnoy late on Saturday night, brought the news of tho mail steamship Simla's arrival &t Molbourne. Her latest datc. fio Marseilles, is tho 18th of March. Tho steamship Simla, Captain Cooper, loft Sued en March 28tb, at t! p.m., and arrived at Aden April 4th, at 0.10 a jn. ; sailed from Aden on tho 5th, at U.lOa^m., arriving at Qalle on tho* 15th, at 1.15 p.m. i to ailed from Galloon April IGlh, at 1}.S9 p.m., and trrived at King Gocflgo'a Bound ou Mav 6th, at 0 p.m. ; nulled thouce Oil' tho 7 ill, at 5 p.m.; and arrivo 1 ct Mclbouruc ct 1p.m. ou Thursday, the {1th. Among tno passengers to 8ydncy are Messrs. 3'. and A. B; Portu's, of Alcrpetli, who havo returnod fr6m Europrf overland. Sir w, Westbroko Burton, with Lady Button, are alto among tlio arrivals. Sir William lelt this colony under an appointment to the Supremo Cqurt Of filadtaj acre than t:n j-^u3 ogp, ;Tho I...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

SYDN KY M A II K ETS.- Fridat. r lour ano f/RAiy. — The arri vals by the rorid d u ri r.g tho past week have hem very few, and the prices in ©very in'-tance remain a^ la*t quoted. Messrs. Rarkrr and Co. quote fine fl.»ur at £18, and seconds at £10 p *r ton; whett, Gs fo 7s per bushel. Victoria Mills. — Fine wheat, ut lo por hnK'u-l ; flour, firm, at £18; aeend quality, . t £RJ f»er ton ; bran. Is f,-\ to Is [u\ p -r J»ushel. Messrs. Furlong and Kennedy quote flour at £17 per ton; colonial wheat, 5s to Gs Gd per bushel; bran. Is Gd per bushel, and in grwit demand. Mer.«rs. TJcrkleman and Rato quote fine flour at jJH, and s-conds £10 per ton ; wheat, G* to Gs 9d per bushel ; bran, IsG l j-er bushel. IJhead— 4d to Gd the ?-lb. loaf. Biscuits. — Messrs. George Wilkic and Co.'s cabin blsruitr. nt 24* ; navy ditto, 20s ; ship ditto, iHs per 100 Jbs. Mr. Giorge /lamilton's prices are fur e^bin biscuits 2 Is ; pilot, 20;} ; ship, 18 -; ubemethy and con stitution bihcuits, 35s per 100 lbs, ;...

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MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY PRODUCE SALE. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1857. Tare actual. Draft [?]lb. per cwt. and no other allowance. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

MESSRS. MORT AND CO. 'S WEEKLY PRODUCE SALE. Thursday, May 14, 1857. Tare actual. Draft 1 lb. per cwt. and no other allowance. Wool — Per lb. : .DK, 1 bale damaged at Ifijd ; EW, 1 bale damaged at r6|d ; GM, 1 hale grease at 15^1 ; P, 2 hales skin at 3$d ; W over WW, 8 balos grease at 12Jd ; OS, 5 bales washed locks at Hid ; MKconjoined, 0 bales fleece at 21$ 1 \ PC, 2 hales fleece at 22£d, 2 bales locks at 1»Jd ; GM, 12 bales New Zealand fleece at 20$d. ; CH, 1 bale washed lambs at IDJd ; C»S, 1 bale New Zea land mixed at 12d ; WD, 2 bales mixed at 12$d ; AB, 4 hales superior scoured at 29$d ; II, 1 1 halos at 27d. Hn kktski^s. — Per lb. : 1 hnndle at 8^d, lot at 8Jd, lot at JOid, fi bundles at Od, lot at 8|d, 1 baleat 10{d, 1 bundle at 8^1, lot at 7Jd, 2 bundles at 8d, 1 bundle at 7jd, lot at 8jd, lot a 10jd, 3 bundles &t OJd, lot at 7d, Jot at 8id. Tallow, — Per ton : 21 casks at .£44 fin, 1 cask at £f*fi Oh, 1 ca«k nt £62 6s, 1 cask at £47 fis, 1 cask at £5 3 9s, 1 ensk ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. EXTRAORDINARY MATRIMONIAL TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. 7TXTR A fiT:T)I N' A RY MATRIMONIAT, TM I \T„ It bits been stated that great ver.iatiorj has be*-n caused by a lady having brought an action against a colonel-licutcnairt of the army, V» ttcovtr 100,000 francs | damages for his refusal to marry h^r according Ut the civil form, after being married to her according to th' forms of the church* 'I he matter his been brought on before tho civil tribunal, and it excited extraordinary in terest, the court being greatly crowded by fashionable personages, M. J5erryer, advocate for tho lady, stated fl« follows : — riie lady, Madam Adotifn by name, daughter ci an ad jutant-general of tho Neapolitan army, who died in 18M, leaving her with a son. 8h© wns an afTectionato wife to him, as his family testified. M. Dubost, the defendant, then chef d'escadron, was a friend of her husband, and frequently viidted him, After his death, he continued his vJsiru to her, took great Interest in her position, en deavouring to get her child plac...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 May 1857

-E£-Ucrnmntt-G»urttr. IM PO UN MSGS. At West Mnitlnnd, April Z81I1, and May fith and 9th, froin Maitland, Wentworth'* Swarnps, and 'J'ocal I'ay liorae, a little whito on Iho heel of off hind foot, Huddle nnd Klrth markH. Inmn on hock unilordacldlc. witch tail. IJ on shoulder, j, under naddlo name nido, wiiito apot on ne.ir eye, ilamagc* Aa ; red atid white cot, near car alit, TM off ribs, damages 10a. ; red l/ullock, lioth car* ?narked, C or G or O noar shoulder, aamo brand both tliitfhfi, very wild, damages I Oh If not relraned, will he so I - 1 on 30th .May. — Damages 3d. each ; — Chesnut rnare, white ilown face, off hind feet white, switch tail, cord on neck, like 132 or 182 near ahotrlricr, JIII5 (the HB conjoined) under narldle same siilo ; chesnnt horac, white down faco, long tail, 252 with M orcr near ahoulder, JHB (tho IIB conjoined) under an/Idle name aide ; hay Ally, black points, long tail, like IIIR or MR or HE or MI5 near shoulder; light grey mare or filly, head lighter...

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

AGENTS FOR TIIK : NORTHERN TIMES Amiilitie — Mr Ilornard Naiighton Hl'tck Gi fr 'c -.yi r. Adam Mather, Fiour Mills, Httnrin River — lirishane and Ipsicieh — Mr. William B^yd Briilane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter Ilingera — Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — .Mr. Lvall CoOlah — Coctcjightcr's Creek — Mr. J. I!. Squir. Coonaharabran — ?*? I Callandoon— .Darling Downs — 'Dungog — Mr. Thomis A. Burnaga Duumore. — Mr. G.Roberts - ? - (lrt\fton — Mr. John Williams (iat/ndah Goonoo O'oonno — Goulburn. — .Mr. Thomas Williams ?Uresford — Mr.-John Hush 1 GiAligal — Mr. AV. Mncguiro Ilinlon — Mr. Henry Atkin* Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis. and Bradford Ipswich and Rrisbane — ? . jerry's Plains — Mr. Oliver Sounders ' '?Kior'd, Moruya River— Mr. Willram Bficc. ^ Lochinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storokoopor. ifacdancld River (near Windsor) — ilr. M. O. Thompson e Manning'River— Mr. John Nowhy Macinlyre River — ' ', Manila and Otcydir Rivera — ' ' 1 Mrrriwa — Sir. David Munro Meroo and Long' Cre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

?^Sh { NEW CAS T Ii E REGATTA. ) QUEEN'S 1SIRTH-DAY. 1 C O M It ITT K 11. ?Mr. .Tamos Hnniidll 1 Mr. K. 'Mncphorson Mr. Oavid Gow Mr ![. ltouse Mr. W. Given way | Mr. J. Croft Treasurer — Mr. .Tnmcfl Ilatiunll. Umpire — Mr. W. (ireout/ay. Starler— JI r. .las. Tlittincll. 1 'IT l n 51 T II A 0 E. 1] To Start at Ten o'rlock. l'or nil Amati:uiis pulling a pair of sculls in boats classed as Watermen's Skill;!, to bo approved by Iho committed. To start from tbe King-ship, proceed up tho blind channel, round Ihe bo.icon, thence round n boat in the Horse-^hoe llend. round the -red lutoy, nnd bnek.tp tlio King-ship. First Prize, n purse of ?- sovs given by Mr. Joseph Croft, with S rovs. 'from- the funds, to lo pre vented to tho winner on the stage of the Newcastle Theatre on the night of tho Itognttft. Second prizo. £2. Ei.tinucc fee,. XI. I Second Hack. To Start at half-past Ten o'rlock. For all Waoku Boats pulicit with a pntr of 'scuils. Same course ns No. 1. First prize, Xtf s second pri...

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THE WINE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

THE WIKE TRADE. We copy the following Account of the' 'British vine trade during tbo pant your from the circular of Mathew .Clarke and Sons, dafod London, February 20:h, 1857, /orSraVdod to ,us through tho kindness of Messrs. Dlck&dn'and.Co, ; — In our circular 'of 1st NoVciphor wo Rave the -rWuHa of- tjic viomgc of last ^oar in Europe, Wo- hare- only to add, that unifavoifrdDle aa wore thetep^rU from: the va- rlou&THne.growinfi countries then, they.have bieu tho roughly confirmed «lneo rond tho best cvilenco is to be found in the eontinacdriio thathati takon ^)laco in priccs ♦'of wine ; and, in tho fuel of tlictie coantrieH lmvinp be corao largo Importora of com spirits' from En^luml and OermaiKy, not having wines to inako spirit for-tbeir own conBiijpption. t, . The' wine hinrket hero during the paot year has exhi bited conHtant actirity, tbo demand having bceu bteady Hbroughoat. . t . J n revimrffnft the trado In vinos in 1855, the most 'strUtfng fwtor0t|c\tho gre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

Brisbane and ipswicii— notice— Mr. wiiiinm Boyd, ''Of North Brisbane, has been appointed 'Agent for tho Northern Times in there districts, nml is ?ftuihuiijed to rootivo advcrtisemeuta and suUcnptiont).

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THE BISHOP OF NEWCASTLE— PUBLIC MEETIONG AT MORPETH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

THI- BISHOP OP KBWCA8TLB — PUfiUO WEBtlNG At MQBPfi rtL I Testerday aderaooa & puotltf hold at the home lately feuourij as £ho MopociU Motel* to cotaidcr the reply o?tiolxffd Bishop pr Nowcarftle .to tho,Tt)^o lutions pato-dat a pliUio dotting Of C^Q-chmen h i I at Morpotb ott (be 22ad£f but ApriL TUeinoetmg was not v?ry numerously atiotUled, . O i the mot ton of Mr. tflobertson of ^hcsnlx Paxkt E. C. Clone, Esq., occupied the chair. Mr. Clooo stated that. He could sc^rcclv onderatand the apathv wluch'Vrao manifested by tbo public with ro spcct to tho object of tho present meeting. It m?tfned as if it wero to them an object bf^orfect^indiffoience. Owii g to a wish on his part that bis words *iriight apinar in. tho pu&lic prints as dcliverod,- ho ''had pdt tiiem ?tfp on paper, lie then read the foHtrcftng addicts 44 lth witb pain X Again take tho chair at yourc&qucst to repeat that the anavor the Lcrd bishop of tho dioccsa J has .givcnf*nnd which I was informe...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] THE SUPPORTERS OF MR. WEEKES, AND THE NICHOLS TESTIMONIAL. (To the Editor of the Northern Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ' ['I [ TT# do not identify ourselves with the opinions uprated ... 1 j by cur Correspondents. ] ' ! 1 THE SUPPORTERS OK Mil. WEEKES, AND TIIK ) NICHOLS TESTIMONIAL. i (To the Editor of tin Northern Times.) !l Sir, — Tlio contemplation of Immunity laid prostrnto ij *liy sufToring nnd disenso in eminently calculated to soften jj tho feeling 'f private feud, or depiive of iis slinks, for j the time, tho most violent antagonism of public aliil j politicnl opinion. |t Even where the most powerful minify exists, thrro isn I: aomctbiupr in the of a weakened and prostrato foil i which appeals most eloipionlly to all that in noble oven in savage nature (nml seldom appeals in vain), to arrest i tho atvifo against ono who is already smitten liy a htglior and moro niysterioui; hand. It is not tiiel) a matter of wonder, in a community like J ours, whore all tlio Christian virtues arc professedly fid : mired, if not nlv.'ny.i rcilucod to practice, that ovon those who aro...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

LQCAJL INTELUQENCE. Qonsa's TiiEATitt.— The perfo'ripancef at this theatre on 1'St i'lmrtfday . night wcro 'Nan the GooJfor nothing,- the farce of ?? Ut^y IJakcr,' and the *? Widow's Victim. ' jn»e latU*r pieces' Wero ^xtrc.nely suitable to the talents of Iho company, and were pCffortpe l with spirit nnd energy. Mjr,3 Snu'Qthm.in has greatly ip proved in her aeting. She begins to throw more spirit an l energy into her performance*. Latjydiko ip her dcporl&eiit, nnd with a graceful and handfiomo person, she is qualified to excel in delineating a certain range of character; bpt. the deep dramatic power which moves the hOuT, melts it itv'o tendeitirSs, or till? i^ with indig nat on, she does nut apparently posaoas. ^er si-tor, Mi»9 Agnes Smeathinan, has great powers as yet folded it) tho bud. Her imitation o( Mrs. .Stark, though short, was ncvcrthcWs-t hulficie^t tq, Indicate her undeveloped capabilities. She is now regarded as a popular actress ; and should she posse&f...

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MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 23 May 1857

MAITLAND STOCK MARkKT. 'wing to Ihe continunuB rainv we.itlier, the «npply of fat catt^and Mhcop him 5ct:n limited tlurinp tho Tliero i-, howi v^r, adviecs'of Ki virkl loin of f.it cnt'lc lo »rrirc next week, which, it is expceicil, will meet «ith a fair market, 'owing Vo*Uie n'nnibci* on lianil by the triulu hcin^ bpt small.. Prime fat »hccp nro wantuil, anil VTiiuld 'cumrannil Batisfoctury prices. -Stuck horsiB nnd warkjiiK liullockB. ns veil as milking cunn, are much enquired after. There are buyers in the way (or storo cattle. ! lleault of sales : 4-7 fat bpflock'a, at 11 Is to 122s encli 151 lulters, at 70s to 7§s eaoVi ; 5 1 head of inferior cuttle; at f)6s Uj 67s G«l each ; 1 pair \Torkiiix buPiukH, nt £lli ; 'I milch cows, for £11 7a ; 10 horseo, at X0 to £12 each. DODDS '& CO. 2Ht May, 1857.

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