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

Holloway's Pills and Ointmout. ' DAVID OOIIEN AND COI'ANY. Sprinu Street, Sydney, and West Maitiahd. ONLY authorised AGENTS 'for the sole of Hollo way's Medicines for tho Northern Districts of Now South -Walon, being the direct importers of these medicines, IVoin Profossor liollovray, gnai nntoe their gen uineness if bought from them or their duly appointed sub-agents, whero nnmcs aro advertised below. To wholesale purchasers a liberal nllownnco will bo ?nado, /-.0-Rowarc of vendors of counterfeit urcdicines. It would bo superfluous to enlarge on the merit of these medicines ; the wonderful curcs they nrc dnily work ing, anil wl.ich, indeed, aro nr.countod miraculous, will do more in their favour than the most eulogistic ilcsctiption of their properties, ns the panacea I'ui- all diseases. No one should bo ill, while the world-wide famml l'ills and Oiuliucnt of Professor ilulloway, of 21i-. Strand, London, lire to he nbfaincd. Agents w mted for other places. Purchases, in any quantit...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 June 1857

BIRTH.   At her residence, Cassilis, on the       24th ultimo, Mrs. William         Millar, of a son.                

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVER AND SEAPORT POPULATION OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

IUVER AND SEAPORT POPULATION OF CHINA. The enormous river population nf China, who livo only in l»o its, who aro boru and educated, who marry, rear their families, and dio— who, in a word, begin and end their existence on the water, and never have or dream of any shelter oilier than the roof, ami who seldom tread except on tho deck or boards of their sampans — shew to what an extent the laud is crowded, and how mndoquato it is to maintain tho ctunberers of the soil. In the city of Canton alone it is estimated that 300,000 persons dwell upon tho surface of tho river ; the boat*, somc i times twenty or thirty deep, cover some miles, and have i their wants supplied by ambulatory salesmen, who wend thoir way through every accessible passage. Ot this vast population somo dwell in d. corated river boats used for every purpose of license nnd festivity — for theatres — for concerts — for feasts— for gambling — for lust — for so litary nud social recreations ; some craft aro employed in conv...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FACTS FOR FARMERS AND GARDENERS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

FACTS FOR FARMERS AND GARDENERS From tho May number of au excellent monthly jour- i nal, lately established in Melbourne, under tho title of I the 41 Victorian Agricultural ami Horticultural Grzette,' \ wo ox tract tho following paragraphs : — Uoi.cus Saccu auatus.— ' We learn with much satisfac tion, that Mr Assistant Registrar-Gem ral Archor, has just received a considerable quantity of a fresh variety of tho nbovo new Sugar plant. Wo have received Home of the seeds, which aro lying at our oilier. They are bright nnd fresh, having been Hecurely packed and font ftom Pans overland only two mouths ago. air. Archer has also obtained a treatise on tho Cultivation of tho Plant, hy M.M. Paul Madinicr, and Do I.acoste, which ho intends lo translato and puhlUh in a little serial called ** Facts and Figures,' tho first number to appear on the 1st of June. A copy of this, wo undeistand, may be had gratia, on forwarding to Mr. Aicher, in Mel bourne, tho amount of postage for a Binglo letter, ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

WESTERN DISTRICT. ( From the Balliursl Free Press of Saturday.) DiAiioLtCAi. OimiAGK. — On Monday evening last, I whilst the rejoicings wore in progross on account of her M;\j«sty\t natal day, u mio person, at presont unknown, 1 throw a stone weighing between 4 and 5 lbs. with great , force through Mr. T. Turtou'd window, at the Hushman's Inn, and hit hi* wife, to whom he has only been married u few week*, ou the top of the head, evidently with a deadly purpose. It is almost needless to eav that she was felled to tho ground with tho blow, and whb convoyed ?to bed iu a stato of insensibility, where bho now lies in a hopeless state. Dn*. Bunby, Machattie, and Cornell have been in attonduuen upon hor, and everything which tho resource* of tho medical art could suggest have been tried, but with littlo prospect of saving her lifo. Hu mour has boon busily at work ai to tho author of the murderou4 deed, but no clue, we regret to say, has yet 'been dinenrered. Tho extraordinary part of tho ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

DISTKICT INTELLIGENCE. WQLLONGONG. (From the JlUtvarra Mercury of Tuesday.) Tiik Wk\tiieu.— Up to Saturday night tho weatho wns everything thnt could he wished for at this timo of the year. A cool wind nnd an uuclonded sky had doiio much to repair Ahe effects of the previous hnd weather on .the roads, and «lso on the fields intended for the plough. Ou Saturday night, however, the sky again became overcast, and yesterday, about noon, wo bad a flight shower, and soon alter the rain came down an ' fast and furious*' as it has done for month? past, putting tho Fame trloomv aspect on everything as wo have had to complnin of so frequently of lato Should the rain con tinue — and appearances are favorable to it — tho effects .will be disastrous upon those of our farmers who have been depending ou wheat growing for the next harvest, Goldkn Gizzaiiijs. — We have had handed to ub for inspection tour small scales of gold, said to be taken out ofn duck's gizzard, bv Mr. G. Graham, of the Fig Tre...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD FIELDS. HANGING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

GOLD FIELDS. HANGING UOCK. Writing from tlu» H.uigint; Hock, «n the 18t.li tilt'ino, | nd again on the *2oi\l, our correspondent Hays: — Alter | All abscnca uf eleven months, I have returned lo tlu6u digging* once more, nnd Hnd every tiling almost in tfu* bftmo htato as when 1 lef , t* X c* c I ? t a few ot' the old pulley*) have been iu tlio interim, a liitlo moru turned tip. Still, with nil t his, tlnro in enough left for the* enter* prising digger to expend his time nud capital upon. Hero nro ranges upon niinen, gu'ly upon gully, \% ii ii:h Jiavu never h.ut u pick struck into them, and many never will till the po|*ulation in greatly increased. We nro now trying the ridges, but only on n very cireum hcribed scale. 'lhrco or foHr parties arc all thnt can ho found with cnurnsc enough h it tlu in to encounter n shaft of GO or 70 foet in depth ; so thnt pom.) of the most liknlv ridges in this part of Now South Wales aro I tl untouched. I am gin). however, to say thnt there is 0110 hil...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. I3y tho steamer Governor-General, wo have English news to Mnrch 22. The fine clipper, Norfolk, dropped anchor nt a Into hour on Frb day night in Hnbton's Day., having made the voyage from London In the remarkably ihort period of slxty.seveu day*. From the tenor of the English politic tl news it may l-e assumed that Parliament win dUolved on the tflth or Vath of March: and In the meantime tho election campaign wns proceeding with great vigor, Far from bc'ng dismayed by his recent defeat, I.ord Palm* cnton uppears at the Lord Mayor'* banquet, in li!« old character of 'the comic old gentlemin,' nnd a«sails his Fiec Trade- Tory an. tagnnlsts with mingled laughter nnd despair. 1 The chief portion of our miscellaneous newt from England con slits of murder*, suicides, forgeries, anil fires. French political matters display no remarkable novelty— which Is something new In Itself. King llomba seems to sit a little more easily upon his volcano, and It is even said that he...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

ABSTRACT OI' SALES BV AUCTION. Monday, Ktii Junk, Donns & Co., at their Side Yards*, Ea«t Mail'and, at tw. lve o'clock, 100 head prime Fat Bullocki; also, G(»0 superior Fat Sheep. Hunter River Now Steam Navigation Company. STKAM TO SYDXJ-V. rPIIK Si earners of ilils Company will lie do-tpalcliotl for .1. .Syiiii'-y, from tip- Wliurf, Morpeth, nt Kiylit o'clock .mi.. -.li itio muUnnctuiunul Jays, during tlio ensiling Korlniglil, viz. : Tui:hi-at, Wkiwesim v, I-'iiihav, nml .Satiilti a v. TH-.MOUTII K. l)YU, Com pan v'K. Ofli ccs. Morpt tli , Sih Juii-.-, IS-57. ££?;' Tli' l'T.N'Kl.I.A, with (loo. is nml Passengers, foi - \ l( KNCK Ti'iW N, calliot; at Kavuioml Turraco, on I'llL'lI.SDAY MORN'INU NKXT. ' I'M) ST7CA5I TO SYDNI-.V. ' j' 11 F, fotlnwins will bo the onlor of U^parturc from I Morp:tli nf tlio Steiuneri of tlio A. .S. N. Coiu]iaiiy for the Furtniglit i niling 27tli Juiii-: — Moscay ami Tiii-nsnAi', nt lCi^lit n.m. Tuksday aiul Kiiiday, nt Two p.m. JAMKS I'ATKItSON, M...

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WOOL, TALLOW, AND GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

WOOL, TALLOW, AND GOLD. Tho London wool sales closed March 18, with no im provement on previous iidvicr.s. Wo givo below tho latest reports on hnth wool nnd inilow : — The first series of sale* of this yoar commenced on the ?f!th ultimo, and terminated today (18th May). The catalogue com. prised the following, vlx , Australian bale.*, South Aur.trali.-ui 1372 bales, Port Philip 12,5*.M bales, Vnn Dcimau's Land 1151 bales. Cane 19.251 bales. New Zealand S'.'H hales. Swan River l(-0 bales, East India 1737 bales, ColonlaH5,6l3 bales. Sundries and foreign 5538 bales, total 13,151 hale*. At the opening prices ad* vanccd upon last November T»tes, from 2d to tT.d per lb, and for superior ilocks even ns much as 3d ; but after the first six or seven days' sale, when the division in the House of Commons caused the approaching dissolution of Parliament, buyers concluded that trade would be checked in consequence, aud a reaction to the extent of Id to 2d per lb took place, and which has not bee...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

BIRTH. At Morpeth, on Sunday, the 31st May, Mrs. Patrick llyocs, of a son. MA RltlED. At Patrick's Plains, ou the 1 7th May, by the R*v. Mr. White, Margaret I lugati, to John Bowcber.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FItANCH. The Hehje. ha« a communication from 1'aiiri, stating (hat tlio English Government ban ad dressed to that of Fiance ft demand thnt it should take a more active part in tho Chinese war, and despatch a forco of ton thoiiMind nun to Canton. Tho correspondent of the JiHepnmfiince. vouches for tho accuralcnoss of bin A»8cition, but is unable to sny whether the French Go vernment has consent* d or not. 1 he noint, according to the Tmhpemiance /?-?///-?, on which the King of l'rttssin, though ready to declnro his consent lo transfer the de/ttcto sovereignty of Ncufchatel to thu Swiss confederation, is said to insist is, that some thing should be stipulated in the treaty establishing the legality of tho claim, which he U prepared to drop. No silting of the Conference has ns y#»t taken plnce, though M. Kosenlierg, charged with carrying new in structions to Count lfat?.field, arrive iu Paris m-mo days ag ». It is, however, no uzcret that preliminary negotia tions...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

-S0Umuurnt tsairttr. IMPOUNDING!*. At Ei«t M-iitlnnd pound, on tho 30th May, IS/Vf, by Mr. .lorry Uorigsu, : — One chcsnut horse, while face, and oil' tore log whito, marked with saddlo, white spot on h ick of Miouhlor, short tail ; appears to belong to xomo nersoii In Muirlum! ; On tho 1st Juno, hy the Rev, M'. M teintvrn: — Ono red enw, whito think, star iu faoe, fine straight horns, branded D or CPon rump both sides, not, legible ; wuptmsml to belong to Mtnio purson nt tsuwurr*. it u--t roleusuu in tweut.y-hvodtys lrom this, will bo sold, according to tho Act of Council. At Jerry's i'luins— Chotuiuc mare, silver mntto and tall, P shlewnvs on netr shoulder, stir aud stripe on bond, nurd, Mi huids high ; a hay horsofoal by hor side, nnhrauded, vury small *'nr on forehead, 5 months old; brown heifer, braud- d IS near rump, O near shoulder, I'k* II sideways over II off rump, both cunt marked, 18 months old, d*tmng'H 3J. Od. ouch. If not released will be sold 1 X r.h June. At Scone, o...

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THE SPANISH EXPEDITION AGAINST MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

TIMS SPANISH EXPEDITION AGAINST MEXICO. Madrid, Tuesday. The Espnnc says that General Estrada and I Mimllnueta are appointed to commands in the expeditionary force against Mexico, under the orders of General Concha. I

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To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

To the F.ditar of the Northern Timet, Frn,— The * Mdilnud Mercury' has mado us nr(|tiainted wllh one great object of the Morpeth Working Men's Political Associa tion, namely, the pre cnflng their grievances and modes of redress to tlii' Legislative Assembly by the good old way of petition. No doubt, if tlih p|;, H were generally adopted it would tell effectively upon nny ministry that might hold the reins of government I lie people have the power In their own hands, nnd by the proper use of this Imtrumi ut, the petition, more effective than sword or gnu, the masscH nny obtain their Just rights. It has hithcro been thtongh the IndiUVrcncc of the people that tho Thompson clopiu has rclgtied no cliirioiulv lo their own nilc.mlm'iv hot «n -ll«itm.-i. folly and so ruinoiMy to the colony at large. Tho res|Min»ihlo government has hitherto only proved a sham, with Thompson nnd hli tools to work it. Let the people now speak with n voice thnt cannot be mbundrrstood, nnd, depend upon It. the d...

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THE AFFAIRS OF NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

THE AFFAIKS OF NAPLES. The French Government is said to have received favourable news from Naples, which leads to the hope that diplomatic rela tion* between Naples, i-'ranee, and England will shortly be re established.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [lie do not identify ourxrfvex with th-- opinion* expressed by our Correspondent*.'] THE ARISTOCRATIC BALL. To the Editor of the Northern Times* Sin,— -Ik it true that several of the most respectable pcnplo of Maitland wero refused admittance to the above? This absurd excluHivoncss in the nineteenth ceututy, and in a democratic colony like Austnilii, should be hooted by every one who has a mind superior to tho petty feelings of class. An Aristocracy in Mnitlnud. forsooth 1 What is the world coming to ? Tho joke of it is that iho$e exclusive* weio not aide to conduct themselves wllh ordinary propriety, but behaved in a manner of which common people would have been nshained. I am informed that a fracas took place be ween two individuals, one of whom is in the habit of boasting that he was 'born a gentleman,' ami that blows ami bbtck-eyes were the result. Was this a specimen of gentlemanly Ci ndtmt? I should like to know who are the aiitdoer.tcy of Maitland, so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

IT \n particularly requested thnt wny irregularity in tho delivery of tho Northern Times l»o notified at ho Office with an little delay as possible, in order that leps may ho taken to prevent a recurrence of tlio fcimoytincr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

I CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addretses, Wanted Situations, and Adeerttse tnents under twenty words, only One Shilling. f TEnVIS FOB ADVERTISEMENTS. - T*tnljr ironic and under, Ono Shillings every h(l-1Utnn&l Ten ^ i words, Stvptnee; One Inch# Thrc« Shillings t an»l On# auil Slxptaes fox every additional Inch or part of an Inch. ^ TERMS OK BUnsCUIPTlON. RJght Shillings per Quarter when paid in lulvancct and Nine Shilling! If not paid within VounTMN Dav- after the com* S tncncement of cach Quarter. - Notico to discontinue Advortiaemonts must rj bo (*ivon in writing on tho day previous to publication. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' Itrai ^printing ©ffice. TOVERY description of LETTER-PRESS 1'IUNTJ NO B i executed with neatness anil despatch. Book-work, Catalogues, I'dmUth, Billheads, Cheque Book*, Circulars, Ijiw Forms, Paniidilcts, Show Cards, mill overy other description of plnin and ornamental printing in a utyle not to b« oxcclled by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly moderate. Hi...

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SATURDAY. JUNE 6, 1857. THE "STAND-STILLS" BEFORE THEIR CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 6 June 1857

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1857. Till! ' STAND-STITJ-S ' BEFORE THEIR CONSTITUENTS. The nnti-progivss mon have for otico miule n wove in tlio right direction. They liave bcon cnmpc-Ilt'd, in spite of their principles, to make Nome concessions to tlio spirit of tlio age, and have made tlu-ir bows to tin ii- constituents, bow unwil ling soever tlu-y may li.-ivu been to do so. So far so fjood, since! it shows the powerful cfTivt of public opinion, even on the most illiberal of our represen tatives, but the ungraceful innntif-r in which the concession has been inaile detracts somewhat from its virtue. It baa not been yielded as a right, but ns a invour. i lie oiauu-siiii says lo Mis constitu- j cuts — ' If you agree with my conduct in Parlia ment, well and good, — 1 am quite willing to take nil- tiie-applause which you think fit to bestow on me; if you do not agree with my conduct, how ever, still well mid f^ooil, I shall pursue my own I way, nml you may go to — 'oricho.' Such is virtually thu l...

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