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PRESENTATION OF SOUTH CUMBERLAND MEETING AT NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

'^REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH CUMBERLAND (Abridged from the 'Empire ) JtKETINO AT NKWTOWS*. A meeting of the eh ctors of the South Riding of Cum berland, rcsidoM nt Newtown, was liel-t on Stitunhiy evening, ut St. John's Tavern. Tin? meeting was con vened for tho purpose of ullnrding Mr, John Ityan Hronnn nn opj ortt.nity of athlressing the elcetorfi, th.it genthMaii heiug a cantlidat'.' for the representation »»f the South Killing, in room ef the honorable William Montagu Manning, cx Attorney (fenoral, resigned. Thers were about .r)0 jxthomh presont, Mr. I'edeu was called ujxin to till tlio chair, and hav ing done so, he opened the businifiH of tho meeting with a few prefatory remarks in reference to the objert lor I which it had Uvn convened, and coneludrd by calling i upon tlie candidato to *addross the (dot tors. j Mr. lircnau then addressed the mooting. Ho alluded to his former retirement iu fn\or of Mr. Donaldson, and ofTered an apalogv f'»r tho inertness o'f the present minis try...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

^T., I# .particularly requested tliirt. imy Irregularity in tyj 'ihA delivery of tho'WcrfAern Times bo notified 'E(| h« Office wWns little delay u possible, in. order that tcps may bo ta^cn to , prpvont a x^plitrpsnoo oI..4be annoyance. ' ABamAOX OF SALEs'.flJT ADCITION.. Phiday, 5tii Juijn. Mn. E. Dnpw^.ot tho Maitland Brewery, UulweMtrcot : Heavy, dr'jinglit horses, choking stovo. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

; CHEAP ADVEETISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situation st and Advertise ments under twenty t cords, only One Shilling. ^ TKsuis yon advertisements. Twenty word# ajul under, One Shillings every additional Ten f word«, Sixpence t One Inch, Tliree Shillings ; and One aud Stopcncc for every additional inch or part of au lu-;h. ^ ill TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION* Eight Shilling pcrQuaitcr when tuld In advancc; -nd Nine Shilling* If nof pald'Whhlt»' FounTSkN D*t» artcr the coin' mcnccmcntof cach Quitter* _ Notico to discontinue Advertisements must H be given in writing on tho day previous to publication. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' General |lrintiit(( (Dffec. EVERY description of LETTER-PRESS PEINTI NO oxecuted- with neatness nml ilosn.it eh. ? Hook-work*, Catalogues, Posters, Billheads, Ohrquo Books,. Circulars, Law Fonlis; Pamphlets, She-w ( 'n nJv, ami everv other description of plain ami ornamental printing in n stylo not to b« excelled by any other Es tablishment. , Charges strictly moderate. High-st...

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The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

Tho fireat Northern Railway, ? | NEWCASTLE STATION— Down Trains. '' J ? ? ? Ktatioh. Mi,tM Sun,lRy. Dist. . : Trains. Trains. MIIm.' ' l.KAvr — ' a.m. p.m. a. in. p. in. -n°neysu,?k,c| 7-30 3-.0 7:30 3- 0 flj Hexlinm .'..'i'.... 8' 0 3- 30 8- 0 3-30 IQi . Mnitlnnil ? 8.'2-i U *S4 .8'2'1 3-G4 MAITLAND STATION— Up Thains. ' _. . 3 Mixed Sunday C'3t-. Stations. Trains,/. . Trains Mjles. ' Leavb — ? ? a.iq'. p.m. a m. p.m. 0. Maitland ? - ? ? 8-45 410 8-45 4-.10, «i. Hexlinm'. 0- B 4 30 9- fi 4-80 lfij Newcastle,. ? - ? ? — 0'39 5* 4 9'39^5- 4, Tt^OTJllMO EXTKHIUTK NOIl SET l)OWN AUUIla; J H . )IA,LI,OBv. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1857

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE PROROGATION OF 'PARLIAMENT. rilOCLAKATlON. tly Jiifl 'Excellency Sir William Thomas Penlson, lCnight. Commander of tbo Most Honorable Ordorof tho fialh, Govomor-Gencral iu and overall hor MnJnstyV colonies of New South Wales, Tnamnqif, Victoria, South' Australia, and Western Australia,' nnd Captain-General and Goveruor-in-Chief of the territory of New Smith I -- ales nnd its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of tho same, fee., i&c , &e. WhorenB tho Parliament of Now South Wales noWf ^tatuls prorogued to Tuesday, the ninih day of Juno next, nnd it is expedient further to prorcguo the samo : Now, therefore, I, Sir William Thomas Denison, in pursuance of the. power and authority in mo vested, rts Governor of the said colony, do heruby further prorogue tho said 1 Parliament to Tuesday, the twenty-first day of July now ! 'next eiiRuing. j Given under my hand and seal, at Government House, Sydney, tbi* 28th day of May, in the year of our Lord ono thousand ...

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMJ3S Armidale — Mr Bernard Naughton Black Creek — Mr. Adam Mather, Flour Mills. Haricin lliver — Brisbane and Ipsicieh— Mr. William Boyd Brisbane Water — .Mr. Irvine Coulter Bingera — ' ' ? ? ' Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall Coolah — Cod-fighter's Crceh—Wr. J: B. Squiro ' Coonabarabran — ' , ' - Callandoon — ' ' : ' . ' ' Darling Downs — ' ? - Dunyog — Mr. Thomas A. Burnago '' Dunmore.—lir. G. Roberts, ; . Grafton — Mr. John Williams Gayndah ? Goor.oo Goonoo — Goulburn. — Mr. Thomas Williams Grcsford — Mr. John Bush Gulligal — Mr. W. Macguiro 1 llintoi. — Mr. Henry .Atkins Hanging Ilock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford - Ijiswich and Brisbane — .. . Jerry's Plains — Mr. Olivor Saunders Kiord, Moruya lliver — Mr. Willinra Brice. Lochinvar — Mr. Josopli Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald Hirer (near .Windsor) — Mr. M; G. Thompson Manning lliver — Mr. John Newby Mucin tyre River — ? ' ' . Manila and Gioydir Riven— Mtrriwa — Mr. David Mu.uro : Meroo ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

NEW ZEALAND. ,,Wo baro now« from AnoUund, extending to 8tb. | ^Tho Uoneral Awembly, which stood nrnrognod till tho 1st of July, has been further prorogued cine die . ' Tbe. first atone of tbo noir Wellington IIouso of A^somblj for tho.Provinoiul.Oounoil, 44 and Chambarfor tbe L^jislotiTe Cjunclland-Houw of K«pro-eatati7« of Now Zoalaod,' was biid on tho Oth of' March, by tbo Supcrintoiid&rit of Wellington. Concerning tho William D«nny Pteam^r, the New Zca lander of April 22 wy* M Wo underhtand that some of tho bharoholderd in tbio ve^el aro about to try iu tho Karident MaffiHtnite'* Court, tho legality of thr» mIo by tbo directortf, without tho consont of tho eutiro body of tbo propriotor\s of tbo Htranded vo^ael. Aa important point of law aa regards tho'conatitution of iheroholdiug bodies isaaid to bo involvotl'iu tbo procoedin?. Thoro had been enmo fresh arrlvaU of namplos of goM wa^blnps from tho Coromaudel district during thowtek; butBomoof tho natirea wero unwilling to ...

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THE GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION AT BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

Tits oovf:r.Kon*fl hkcbptiok xt Dr.EciiwonTii. Oa 8iturday uiorning, at eloron o'clock, hi-« Kxcel lency prececded to tho Ma^onio Hall, ut tho 101 Dorado Il^tol. liigh-Urcot Heechfrortb, attended by OtpUln Bancroft, aidt-decimp, to rrceive nddroM-n from the Municipal Council aud tho Hroohworih Young MtmV Aj-ooifttiun. It'having buou intimitcd that Sir Henry ( Uirk'T would, bt tho pamo time, hold a 1 ioc2ptiuu.*a number of tbo gentlemon. renidout in Ecochworth, to^e* ther with the principal Government oft i corn oftbodis. triet, attended for pte^cnutbm. Novcr wiw morning more unpropitioua for t ho display of eablo 1 kicksieA* and patent leather tfndoratnnding*.; tho ruin pefevored throughout tho morning -in ou uncomprotniriing drizzle, and no doubt kopt many away whesu constitntionn wiru not proof to the attacks ot catarrh, or whn--o loyalty wax beneath the value of a Parisian 1 stovepipe.' Tn-ro were probably atuut fifty gentlemen, including tho Govern- i meat oiBoeiv, who attendo I...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

Colonial mTisiLiQENOE 'VICTOltfA. Wo bftvo Molboarno ^apori to'Thnrndny Itwfc. | . Tho LogiMatWo Aem^mhlT mot on Thnwdtiy, pnrflWQnt I to on tb«'28th April last. Tb«to iferc ' about hlxty mombow prfflent. Tho ro-oloot^d Mml torn and Mr. Ciu irlcrmun, tho now uiorobor for the Ktirrny, took tho oaths and thoirnoatf. Mr. MloUIoeavo notioo oO » ? .motion deolariug tho oxpodionoy of ducoatinuing Stnt-f fild to roH^ion .from tbo voar 185P, and proposing * ro dlstrlbntion oftho grant daring tbo interval ; aud suiting loavo tointroduoo a bill to giro effeot to tbo resolution. ? Tho Crown Linda Dill wan read a first timo. Mr. M'Callocb. th-?n ,prrtoocded to oxplnln tbo atop* bo had taken wltb rtiftfronca to tbo formation of tho Win!* try, No fact* boyond thoso already patoot to tho publiO' traniplred. Mr. Q'Shan^iy gavo a BomoFh'it different version of the correnpondenco that had pawod with hitii ?olf. TIo denied that ho had OTor'hold out any hopo»' of hia Joining tho Adrainlut ration, and n...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Wohave Adelaide journals to the 18th instant. In the Legislative Assembly, the Wasto Inu la Act was being discussed .in committee. Tho alienation of ! public lands for ecclesiastical purposos was prohibited 4-y a clause specially innertnd for the purpose. Laud is i not to bo surveyed in larger blocks than 010 acres, but a prefeicnco is to be given to unail survey* of fcO acres. An attempt was mado by some members to abolfsh the practice of privately selecting lands that have been once submitted to auction, but it was rejected by a majority of ono. Mr. Watorbouse bad introduced a bill to prevont con »vlcts from Western Australia from landing io tho colony. A nejr electoral bill had been introduced hy tho Go vernment* tho moit important enactment of which pro poses to alter the method of electing tho Upper House, ?by (Jividiug'tho colony into six electoral districts instead . of having it* as at present, all in one.

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

TASMANIA. By way of Melbonmo, we Imve news from Lannccston and Hobait Town to iho 2'5rd instant. The 'Examiner says, ' a notorious and g:gantic bush*, ranger named M4Ciuinncss is aguin nt large in tlie Western Tiers. Ho is ful^v armed, is e x feet in height, pretends to be a 6hepherd, and is followed hy a sheep dog. He luis committed several but robberies, and from his known character is likely to give a great deal i-f trouble. Ho stopped tbe Ilohart Town mail twico whilut Mr*. Cox h.td it, and was transported for life He was, when again turned loose upon society, in the service of Mr. W. M. Dean, who^c life lie threatened to take. He was thon sent to the penal st;rtions for three vtar*. He is again at large, at bis old trade of busbranging. What are thuAVestbury police rcboutf ^Sro are iufirraod they display a good deal.oi' inditUfrenco abont t)»e apprehen sion of Buch men as M40u 'iinms but We should liko to know whetiKT ihe lovo of imiolenco ♦which characterises the police of tho...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (From the Newcastle Telegraph, May 30.) CRICKET MATCH—EAST MAITLAND V. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

DteTHlOT INTELLtOEMOE. NEWCASTLE. (Prom ?( At Newca/tle tdfgrsipb, ilfty So.^ j CniCKET Match— tlASt Maitland t. Newcasiie. Tnc crlchctors oj (. East MnHlond -lately threw ont »? friendly 4littilonge to tho pl&yirn of Nuwe&tflo, which VMng accepted by the latter, came 6fT on Friday last. East Maitland.— 1i( Innlnyi. It. Dlckno^ b by Cliannlnn..., '' ' :.. 2 IU'Ashrh6te,'l- hy Hor)n-!|l ... ? ??? 4 J. BYrriei.'b by llannell, e. b Rogers ... 1 E. Maitland, bby Chapman. .. . , ... 1 O. Qrockcnrcg, leg bofore wicket . . . . 2 V/. Tnllnniync, run out . .. ? !) J. Cooper, b. and c br Chapman ? 3 ? II. Bailoy, b ly. Steals ..' ? 0 G. Brnc\enrcj?, c by MTher»on ? 2 II. Goo.li, b by Chnpmnn' v; ' ? 0 J. Eclitbrd, not dut ' ? 0 ?Byes ? 1 35 -2ntf Inninpj. R. Aihaore, T- by Chftpraitn,' c by Uriflgoa '1 1 ?3. Byrnea, b by Chapman, o by Frost .. 10 ?J. Dickson, b by Steele . . ? 1 J. Eckford, b by Steele .. ... .. 0 H.Goocli.b by Chapman ? ? 1 '0. Braekenreg.'b liy Bteelo .. ? ?...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

UNITED STATES. Nawiow Kscatc or the PnKSipKKt Elect mow a' .Violent I)r,ATii. — About thi timo Mr. Diicholiin re turned ftom his late visit to Washington, we heard - uiilspprs of a singular and mysterious nature, in regard lo bis lillness and aodden return honio, In proseeqting : our inquiries, we aseortainod that Mr, Humes Porter, of thiji city, came liasno from Washfngton with 'Mr. llnelianan, olio sick, and was obligoil to taleo to bis bed, whoro ho hn» been ever since. At tlio Chu tima we were satisfied of tho truth of the statements which we givo below ; but, as extraordinary eflorts vera mado hero, as woll as at Washington, to keep the' mattor bushed np, wo yielded to the solicftatfont of friends, and withheld tlio £\cts iii' ojrr possession. A® they ore newt-' coining out through other channels, it is duo to onr roadcra to givo them a history of this extraordinary caso of a narrow ifi^ape from wholesale poisoning. When Mr. BuchanaU went to W euddogton, lie put up at the Natio...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. ? 'Captaih.' Mr. i. vii.lt;.— Wo understand that tl:e convict Mclvillo has again been ronioveil from tlie' hulk President to bis old quarters ill the Melhourno gaol. It .'appears that the conduet'of this man during his last visit to tho President was anything but satisfactory to tho oflicors under whom he was placed. He was insubordi nate, and oftentiincB extremely noisy, doing his utmost to incite tho oihor prisoners to rebellion. On bis return f'10111 Melbourne, it' is said lib addressed bis obi compa nions in a free and easy sort of ivay, and asked them if they wero not ashamed of tho conduct they bad displayed (luring his ahsenco. He told them that thoy. ought not to complain — that tlicy should lio content with such things us they had, aud that it was their place to bo obe dient to tho commands of their superiors. During the absence of tho Victoria war steamer the prisoners have been exceedingly troublesome, and tho warders havo had great diffic...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

MORETON BAY. Tbo Brisbane May Assises commenced on Monday, beforo his Honor tho resident Judgo. The old Polleo Office has been appropriated to tho business of tho District Court, and-hda' oadargosio various alterations, which, howover, nro not yet quite completed, to-mako it more convenient for that u'aVpoEO. TJto old bench lias been removed, and a now ono of a ? better design erected in lis place, with a canDpy of finely polislied* ccdar. Tho Jury box lias also been Improved by being shut In fria ttie^abbab and distraction occasioned by its vicinity to the.doorcrsy. -Its position, hotrcrer, &. Oitremcly inconvenient, both for -Jicarlng . ahll Beeing, ? nnd In conscquonco of representations which have beon mado, It Is, I bslleto, Intended to -remove it -toHho part of tlio Court which it occupied previous to its being placed nhoro it now is, by ordorof the Chief Justico; fcovoral ysara c&o. The Jurorf'- retiring roomJiaa tho -very great fault of being badly- vontUatod...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

Wo have news (10m Auckland to the 1st Instant. Tho jVt'iti Zeahinder of that dato says:— ? It is a Jong whilo sincc our port has boon so bare ol shipping ns it lins lately boen : nnd the few vessels, as they drop in, appear to havo 110 present diOlculty iu ob taining freight fot Melbourne, for which 'port tlio Ilelin is nt once to load. Supplies coastwiso' havo lately come to ti.iuil moro freely, aud it is to bo hoped that tho native growfrs may learn thai their host interest is to bo found in bringing their produce readily forward. By the last, advices from Nelson it'would nppoar that population is flocking from the- Southern Provinces to the Aororo gold-fields, which, if tlicy do not alToril such 'stunning'' yields as thoso of Victoria nt least ouablo tlio generality of diggors 10 obtain a fair wago for their labour. Upwards of 500 persons arts repnsentod ns boing nt work, and tho Wellington papers present us with mnny ndvortisjincnts of cutters and schooners bound for the aurifer...

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

SOUTHERN DISl'RICTB. (From tht Goulburn Herald.) A Romasce op Bioamt.— Twenty. three years ago a Kathleen coiftmcled marriago with a Patrick in somo part of -Ireland, and -the isauo -of the marriage was a male child. Poor Patrick got in '.tho wars,' hejoinod *' a ribbon niob, arid, to cut the story short, he got (tranRnor'uf^. Krrerv kind heart -could feel for ICathieen. Bho bad.^ien a ch'ud op bet bosom, bnt tho peelers wore obdurate, away 'Patrick was taken — and taken for what ? .for assorting thstovcry mail's house was his castle, an well in Ireland as it Is in. England. Patrick was trans ported for loving bis country .too well— he went to Botany Bay. H is ,lovlng.wifeinnr«ed;.tho. offspring with jl tenderness which 'only a mother IttfOws. Within tho last eighteen months sbo heard of her husband, end with a wife's tenderness desired to see the first partnor of her marriage bed. Passing herself pH as a single woman, she vent to tho Cove of iCork, :and meeting with an emigration o...

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WHAT AN ENGLISHMAN LIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

WHAT AN ENGLISHMAN LIKES. f From Punch.} An Englishman likes n variety of things. For in stance, nothing is more to his liking than : To talk largely about art. and. to have the worst statues nnd monuments 'that evnrdisgcnoed ii metropolis 1 To inveigh against tho grinding 'tyranuios practised upon poor needlewomen ami slop-tailors, and yet to pa tronise iho shops whero cheap shirts and clothcs aro sold ! / . . . To Toward native talent, with which view he supports Italian operas, French plays, German singers, and in fact gives gold to . the foreigners in exchange for the brass they bring hi nil To talk sneeringly agninst tuft-lranting nnd tuft hunters, and yet, next to running after a lord, nothing delights Jbini moro than to bo seen in tbo company of one! To rave nbout his public spirit and indepcmloncc, and with tlio greatest submission to endure perpetually a tax that was only put on for three years I To brag about bis politeness anil courteous demeanor in public, and- to scatnp...

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LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. An Emperor's Expkiiience. — Vicissitude is con fessedly tho law of human life. Everybody experiences it moro or less ; but in tbo whole history of modern times thero nro few examples of individuals who' linve passed throngh.gioater or moro Humorous changes than Louis Napoleon'.'' Born in a palace,' anil for a while the heir presumptivo of tho greatest monarch in Kui-upu, I10 was afterwards thrown headlong from that , high c'state, and condemned in obscurity and exile to tissocinto with tho sons of humble tradesmen and farmers ; to be to-day the companion of cardinals, popes, nnd kings, nnd to sleep tormorrow o'l a heap of stones in tho street, in tho disguise of a livery norvaut ; to lie hidden during eight 'lays in a burning fever, 'in tlio ini.jst of Austrian troops, who were eager to take his life ; to fight as a common soldier and a rebel, in tho hope of 'overthrowing a hate ful form of dospotistn ; tn have his brother die in his arms; to wander about 11...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

Wt-sr Mait/.A n d— M r Fitzpatrick East Maitland— Mr. C. S. Pitt Newcastle— .Messrs. ICnaggs and Co. ,, Mr. W. L. Lnwronco ,, Mr. O. il axled ? Morpeth — llinton — Raymond Terrace — jr. J. II. Ilawley Clarcncp Town— Mr. Win. Johnston Hiuiiiiore— Mr. Wilks Clifdcn, I'atcrson River — Mr. John Wyun Grcsford— Mr. Stephen Johnson Dntigog— , Stroud — Mr. T. G. Itodivell Locliinvar — .. . l'atorson— .Mr. Win. Cann ; ...... Messrs. Mcnssics and Co. Singleton — Merriwa— ilr. 'I'hos. Boiirkc. .' i, Mr. Clias.' Spratt Muswell Brook — Mr. F. Hooper „ ? Mj\ Ins. Mndtiy Scone — Messrs, Moody fc Co. .,, v Mr. N. Fassor Hnydonlon— Mrs llaydon ?:», ?' Mr. John Bevan Murrurtiiuli— Mr. Lewis Cohen Broeita— Jfr. F. R~'Foriier Woolslied, Nanioi River — Mr. John Humphries Nnrrabry — Mr. Stopheu Humphries . ' i fittlligal — Mr. A. Johnston ; . Carroll — Mr. Alexander Thomson . ' Cucuhundi — Mr. David G rover ! Tainwoilh— .Messrs Cohen and Levy „ Mr. W. Cohen „ Mr. W. Young Npndlc — Mrs. Wethornll,' Onkenv...

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