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GOLD FIELDS. REPORTED DISCOVERY OF RICH DEPOSITS ON THE PEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

GOLD FIELDS. REPORTED DISCOVERY OF RICH DEPOSITS ON TUB PEEL. The following has bean received by Messrs. Dickson and Co., from a correspondent, and kindly forwarded to us for publication : — ' Peel River, June 1st, 1857. « ? f « « ' A great rush is expected to this place, a very rioli lead having lieon struck immediately opposite to our store. 845 ounces of gold was obtained in five days last week, by a party of five men. 'Tliore is every indication that the lead will be extensive,' * * ? *

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ENGLAND. ARMIDALE AND URALLA MILL PRICES, MAY 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

NEW ENGLAND. CF rom the Armidule Express, Moy 30.) A&uiDAt.e Ahi-'UnALi.A'MiLL Phicks. May 29th. — 'M'Loan'a Mill : Fine Hour, ^G-. ; HtcowU, 33*. ; raunn, 28s. — Alliagb-ui'y Mill ; Fine tiour,9G'. ; Recoudf, S3i, ; jation, 28. Wheat, 10.-». par huihel for good aample*.— )virkwood and S »tib' Mill, U rail a; Fine fliur, 33a.; kcooudi, 33'. ; ration. 28'.

Publication Title: Northern Times
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HAPPY VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

HAPPY VALLEY. Tun following letter has boon handed to us for publi cation. It is dated ' Happy Valley, Juno 1st, 1867. ' Dear Frlotld — I hnvo not beard from vou linen I brought Sloven out. Last night I received tor water £!!8. I nm now taking tliu water over to tho cotnpany's grounds ; anrl then I shall get n good (leal more, 1 tli nk we will do woll thin winter. 1 expect there will bo a great rush to tho Hocky in a very short lime. One party of Ave got last week out of ono olaim no less tlinn tJU6 ozd. of gold. I know this to bo u fact. * * * * ' Yours, iu hasto, ? 'T. DANA.''

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY lllVER. ( From the Arm'tdalc Exnress. 3l )th Sinoo my livit tho wei»'h.-r bus taken aui»thor whim. Froui tho cold nn Stur.h»y wo could Mu«dl Borne approaohiug e:bange. Suodty ^r«vo*l our nurrai^s jus tified, bt the ho.ivy th'iwvr* nf ft«ky snow that fell dnring tbtf day ; anil, though wo havo bud no more of it aiiiiotS ctiU tho air continu'* hi'terly o dd — -u that winter bin commenced in red N-jw En.'liud atvle. S »m« uv»Vo .shaft* havo heon bottomed on the Chin* tD iii'd RuhH , one of thorn in tho gully ueitr thu mount in yielded 7 dift*. to tbe bucketful of washing stuff. An other p.irty who boiiruuied found no g-dd on tho rock, lull fiom 5 top rein of gravel they w-mhed nn ounce to ihe load. Tho linking herotfors on busily nnd steadily ; th« booming of tho id »at* may bo heard for aud near Ht all hour* of tho day and night. Surface cold U now found on many of iho nielea of (ho high ridges. Soverat pnticMhave commenced wntking fhu opposite side of Mount Jon...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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GOLD AT THE HANGING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

GOLD AT THE HANOING ROCK. Tho Mercury of yestorday publishes an account of one himdrt'd andeiyht ounces of tho precious metal having been found in one bucket of wnshing stuff. This onor inous find wns sU'iick upon at the donth of twolvo feet. on a quartz vein. Up to tho present limo we havo not recived any intelligence from our own correspondent confirmatory of the above report, but have 110 reason lo doubt its authenticity. We four tho time is somewh.it gone by when numbers will bo attracted by a solitary prize, however great, and should prefer to lio.ir that a good paying goldlield, with a rich anil comparatively equal yield, hail been discovered Wo, bowevor. hope tli.it this success may be followed up by a further devo lopcmcnt ol the auriferous riclies of tho Hanging Hock.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tub 'Australian Bannkii'' v. 'Tins NonTiiKnN Timf.s.' — Tho Australian Ilanncr has for a moment left oir abusing the (,'adiolics and tho Pope anrl the Bishops of tho Church of England, and has levelled its abuse against ourselves. The way in which wo incurred the displeasure of fho editor of the Jlmmtr is thus told by that very distinguished individual hiinsulf. Ho says in the tlnnner of June lith — We c *n*lilcr the ' Northern In reporting the mcctlnff nt Morpeth, tin. ,|,,„r n .rrlmn injoatlec to Mr. Illomnrhl, In oinlltlns his letter altogether, while tho cilitor, nhorn wc know to he ihe lllihop'i lollrilor, lm- nilmlttet! tin t.orilihl|i'i letter is nn.r., with -11 ill malevolent ntstcniftiU to the prejudice uf Mr. Illom. Held Why the editor of n public Journal ?iinulil admit of inch Rro«» nnd Intullhif! Unsung? from Ihe one party, nnd entirely omit the explanatory lerton of the other, Ii certainly. In our e»lltn»lloii, moil repreheirilhlu-it l- not hone.l de...

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LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. (From Lloyd's Weekly Journal , March 22.) It is stated that the title under which the Speaker ascends to tho Hoim-* of Lords is that of 4 Lord Bromley,' he having property in that part of Middlesex. A fatal rpizotic disease is prevailing amongst the rows of London, and ol which, It is said, tho flesh is sold for human food. There are at the present timo five pauptrs belonging to the parish of Harlingmn, Middlesex, in the Staines union, whose ages united amount to 415 years ; average eighty-three year* each. Dr. Aldis delivered a lecture on tho sanitary condition of large towns, and of Btlgravia, at the Pimlico Literary aud Scientific Institution, on Monday evening, tho Earl ofShaf esbury iu the chair. The Queen has appointed Dr. Robert Fergusou to be physician extraordinary to her Majesty. Tho Countess do Persigny opened the saloons of Albert Gate House, for tho firit time this season, on Tuesday evening, when there was a brilliant gathering of the polit:cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

VT in particularly requeued thnt ntiv it regularity in A tho delivery of tilt! Xorlh'ni Times bo notified lit nJ OAler with ns litt'W delay m pomil'le, in ordor thai tops may bo taken tu jjrcvcuL a recurrence of the fcunoyanco.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Address?*, Wanted Situation*, and Adrerhse totcn/s under ticcnty word*, only One lihiUiny. TERMS --011 AUVEIITISEMKNTH. Twtnty words aud uuder, One RlillllfiRt every mMltlntyil Ten word*, Slypcncej One Inrli, Three .Shillings j mul tyio anil Sixp«nct (or «very Additional hu-h 01 |-»;t TtCftMS OF HVUWWH'TION. fight Shilling* per Quarter when jul»l in ailvanccj flncl Nine Shilling* if not j-ahl within Kuuiitmkh Daw after (he com' pnetmeat of cadi Quarter. ? Notico to discontin^o Advertisement!) must bo givon in writing on tho day previous to publication. THE 'NORTHERN TJMES' (faecal EVEUY description of LETTER-PRESS HUNTING exocuted with neatness am! despatch. Book-work, Catnlugues, Pouters, lUllhctids, Cheque JJooks, Circulars, Law Forms, Pau\nMets, Show Cards, %nd every other description of plain and ornamental printing m a style not to b# excelled by any other Es tablialnuout. Charges strictly moderate, lllgli-vtreot, Went Maitiand. 1011 JIuntor Rivor Now Stea...

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THE ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

THE ADDUESS OF TH E PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED STATES 01'' AME1IICA. On tho 4th March, President 13iicliiin.ni delivered liia inaugural address. If it In* r.. i.;„„al)Iu nir -o nn such occnHioiiH to advert to the lead inx topica of tlie day, the States must bo just now fl9 dull at I.etho, for this nddrcss embraces two Miibjttcfn (lily, viz., ' Slnvcry' and ' the Road to California.' In a country such as this, where lately its inhabitants iiimiiiinoti.sly rose to reject tlio gilded gift of eoiivictisin, becausc it tninted their moral inul social atmosphere, it is impossible to view America greedily clinging to domestic ?lavcrv, without leeling contempt for her sliort Higbtud aeHiOmess ; it is impossible to hear her arguments in jiiHtificution without, seizing on thoir abnurditv, and ignoring even their ingenuity. 'I'he President wearily laliouis to impute to Providence that which he would ho lialf-aslmmed to impute to man, and implores the people not to agitate the Union, hut to ' stand...

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The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

Tlio Groat Northern Railway, NKWCASTLK STATION — Down Thains. Mixed I Sunclny fli,t. Statiom. Tl,l!n-, | Miles. Lbavk — lit. 111. p.ni In. in. p.m. 0 Noireo-tlc _ Honeysuckle 1 7., ,J g. J 7.30 a. 0 Point ? ) | !)J rti.rliain ? 1 8' fV 8-30 8- 0 !K10 104 Maitiand ? 8 21 3 Ti4 8-24 8 54 MAITLAND STATION— Ur Tbams. . ,,.7 ~ ] M i x ctl Sunday D,»t. Stations. Tmln)) Tl.|(in; llilos. I,r»VK — n.m p in. a m. p.m. 0 Maitlnnd ? SM&UlO K--ir, 410 «l Hcximin ? n r, 4 an 9- r,\ 4 :in | Hi} New.-nmlc ? lB'8!)|5- dl !-'3!- .V 4 C|t fimcs, fcOTIlINO KXTKNIIATK NOR »KT IIOWN AIJOIIT IN 1IAMCE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 18f-7.

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SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

SYDNICr WHOLESALE PHTCES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ fli d. ^ s. d Wool, fair to best, per lb . . 0 1 0 to 0 2 0 Sheepskins, per lb .. . . 0 0 (j . . () 0 10 Tallow, beef, per ton .. ..48 0 o ,.G0 0 o Ditto, mutton, ditto ? 48 0 0 .. 0 o Ditto, station, ditto .. ., 39 0 0 .. 48 0 0 Hides, each ? „ I 0 0 „ 1 10 0 Cnlfakjn*, ditto ? 0 2 0 .. o 7 0 Horns, per 100 ., .. 11G0 .. 200 Wattle Hnrk, perfon ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 Flour, that quality, ditto .. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Ditto, seconds, ditto ... . ♦ 10 0 0 ]4 o o Barley, English, per bushel . . 0 6 0 .. 0 7 0 Ditto, Capo, uitto .. , . 0 0 6 .. 0 0 0 Wheat, ditto ? 0 4 0 o 7 0 M«ixo, di to ? 0 ,8 6 .. 10 0 G Bran ditto (scarce) .. 0 2 0 .. 0 0 0 Hay, oaten, per ton .. .. 10 0 0 .. 18 0 0 Ditto, Income, ditto .. 32 0.0 ... 14 0 0 Ditto, market ditto .. .. 22 0 0 ,. 25 0 0 Potato-s, ditto ? 7. 0 .0 . ,1) 0- 0 Onions, ditto ? 18 0 0- ,, 1 0 0 ' aeon, per lb ? 0 0 .8 ., 0 0 !) C leesp, ditto ? 0 0 6 .. 0 0 8 Butter, ditto ? 0 1 6 ... 0 1 9 Kggs, per dozen...

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

AGENTS Ft) It THE NO UT Iff: UN TIMES J\rtnid0kU — Afr Rornard Naughton Black Creek — Mr. Adam Mather, Flour Alills, Uartcin River — Brisbane and Ipsxcich — Air. William iRoyd Brhbane ) Voter — Mr. Irvine Coulter Ringera — Crwn/ji — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Air. Lyall Coolah-— Oockfightcrs Cretk — Mr. J. B. Squire Coonalarabran — ' * - Callandoon — Darling Doicns — Dnngog — Mr. ThnanaR A. Barnage IhtHMort.— Air. G. Roberts Grafton — Mr. John Williams Gayndah Goonoo Goonoo — Gottlbnrti. — Mr. Thomas William# Gresford — Air. John Hush Gulligal — Afr. W. Alacguiro I/inton — Mr. Henry Atkins Hanging /for*— Messrs. Davis and Bradford '* Ipswich and Brisbane — M . Jerry's Plains — Mr. Oliver S«uind«in Kiord, Moruya River — Mr. William Bricp. Lochitivar — Air. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River (near Windsor) — Air. M. G. Thotup^ai) Manning Riiift — Mfj John Newby Maeinlyrs River— Manila and Qurydir Rivers — Merritoa — Air. David Mjtnro Meroo and Long Cr-ik — Mr. Stephen Tucke...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. ( From the Empire.) Thero baa during the past week been a sitting of thr Supreme Court iu its Criminal Jurisdiction, but of the j cases disposed of thero were but four which call for notice. Of these four two wero of infanticide, and two of man slaughter. i BothVases of infanticide werc'of a very painful cha racter, and the one firm tried peculiarly so. This was the case of Mary Scott. 'I he unfortunate woman gave birth , to an illegitimate child, at the residence of a married ship-mate, who had given her shelter. Tho discovery ot j this fact was aceomprmVd by a discovety that sh» had destroyed her infant in the most horrible maimer, nearly Fevering tho head from the body hy repeated cuts, and placing the body in a bucket which stood by her side. The evidence proved theso facts boyog'd question. But the proof wa* indistinct upon two important points; fir*t, as to whether the birth of the child was complete at tho timo it was deprive*! of life; secondly, wheth...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. A ipooiat general meeting of tho Melbourne Chamber of Commerce took place on Monday last. Tor tho pnrnn-* of dlsonMlng the proposal of th' Il«yil West Ind«n Mail Comn«ny to establish steam communication rni Panama. Mr. Walton, 'heflg*nfcnftheeompviv, wa« In attendance. HefiOlutlona wore pa«scd unfavourable to co-operation with tho Sydney pooplo In the matter, nub'** the mer cantile supremacy of Melbourne wore recognised. Mr. Cuatnp, tho new In*P'crnr-Oiner»l of IVnal J&fttabll'hmflnM, arrived from I. mrjcn«f--n on \V«di»*/» day, and at oooo took chargo of this dr paMment. It {«? slated that Important change* nro in ctu'emphitinn, and that Mr, Ch«rnp is decidedly arer«n fo eniph-vim\ in #Itu*tion« of tru«*, thono who have bf. n prisoner-' — t a?-Um which was to aomo extent acted upon by tho lato M*. Price. Tho trade* of Molb*urn«i w*re preparing to m*k* anothor demonstration agaln*t the Immigration scheme. A meeting waa lo t*»kr» plica on Thnr»...

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

'WELLINGTON. T think tt very likoly that a Hnd of communication will noon bo onenod botwoen Mndgco and Wellington, in facta* noon a* Mr. M*tthow gcta bin steam saw mill to work It will follow na a m«Mer of conrpe. for ho will bn enabled fcoVnpply you with *awn timber at ft muoh cheaper rato thnn ynn can gof nt pre«ont, tho dlstnncn *111 not bn mom than fifty miles, and a tolorable good road can bn marked ouf. Thoro is but littlo mm* in this quarter, business very dull. Oar atorMroepor* and pnhlicana complain aadly. Our police reoord* present hut littlo llkolv to prove interesting to your readnrs. A fow eocentric deciaiona ar-» arrived at oon*»lnnnlly. There wa« a meeting held at tho omir*-hou*o on tho 14th to petition hi* Excollcney tb* O ivernor to appoint a salaried Pollen Magistrato for Wellington. This U v*ry much desired by tho resident* of tho district, but I fear tho apirlt. of partiz4n*hlp exproMed *t the meeting will nnf- f»ol|lt**e tho object of It.— Wellington, May 20th. ...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. ( From tkr l/er* i',tt and Empire ) Brttw. f'oxni it — On Saturday ovenlng. l-ctwcen flcven and eight o'clock, a cb was proceeding along Pitt street, by White's Ovstcr Establishment, when a little hoy boing observed clinging behind, another lad cried out 41 whip behind !' upon which the driver Jumped off his box, and nished upon tlie little Mlow, who had by this limo mine from behind the o.ib, ami retreated to the pavement. Attacking the lad, who was apparently no more than six or .seven years of age, the brutal fellow ho.it him loom) the body with his whipio that the thong laecrsreil liitn very soverily. Several of the by-fctnnricr* remonstrated with the man but wore met with a volley of abuse. A rcspccLiblo shopkeeper, we understand, is taking the matter up, with the view of proceeding against the driver, the lumber of Irs cab being known. Duenna C\hi; or Si'ictPK. — On Friday there ap peared in the Jltrntd the pAtticulars of a determined enso of suicide which...

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THE WRECK OF THE JOSEPH SOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

THE WKECK OF THE JOSEPH SOMES. One of tho passenger* by this ill-fated vessel, Mr* Richard Henry Davis, has banded to us a Cape paper, the Argus, containing a narrative of the destruction of the shin by fire, and tha saving of tho lives of the wholo of tho passengers and crew. The Joseph Somes, of London, was a barque of 780 tons register. She sailed from the East India Docks for Melbourne on the loth December, 18.V-, under tho com mand of Captain Klmstone, with tho following pasnen gers In the cabin : Mr. and Mrs. II. Goodali, Mary Ann Goodali, Harrison H. Goodali, Edith Goodali, Sirs. Helen Elinstone, and Iliehard Burnell. Intermediate : Francis Maybury, Susanna Tipping, George Overton, Robccca Overton, Richard H. Davis, and Mrs. Davii, Donald William Forbes, George Slyth, Elizabeth Peai Bon, Henry Pearson, John Pearson, Frcdcrick Pearson, Edward Pearson. Charles Pearson, Elizabeth Pearson, Alfred Pearson, and Susanna Pearson. On the morning of Ash Wednesday, the 26th February, Tr...

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SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

SOLTHERN DISTRICT. SnociUNQ Occurrence — On Saturday last an inquest was held Iwfore R. Waugh, Esq., coroner for tho dis trict, on view of the body of Hel^n Fenwick, aged seven years, daughter of Mr. Fenwick, of tho Soull River. It appeared that, on IhursdAy morning, tho deceased child and her oldest sister were soul to a milk ing yard, a short distance from the house, to bring down a cow, which was a quiet one The elder girl had play f nl 'y thrown a stick, which caused the cow to run to wards home. In sharply turning a corner it ran ag.iinot the deceased knocked h*r down, and trod upon her belly. The unfortunate child was taken up, and carefully at'.cndel to, but after lingering in dreadful pain for thirtv-six hour-*, expirod. The jury found a verdict of accidentally killed. Accidhnt.— On Wednesday last, a youth about 14 years cf age, whoso parents reside nt Tuena was riding a young horso along the Cotta Walla road whon a rotten branch falling from a tree Htatredtho animal which 8...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WARWICK. 28th May, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

DISTRICT nTOBTJJGEHOE. WARWICK. {From our own Correspondent.) 28th May, 1867. Tuk RoAna. — Daring the past weok or two this dis trict has again boon visited with heavy ralna, cutting ofi* all postal communication with our port, owing primarily to the route Drftyton. Paftfe* hi tmRlnww fmro boCQ oblijrrq to send tlteir lotwra privntflly (ifroci l-y hum's Onp Somo of us nre looking nnxroirly for replies to our lctton of the 4th instnnt from Ipswich, ti tlist.v.cu of nborn fifty tiilvs rtlrrct. Tho loast vro oxpectcd was thnt, if tlie Obvernmont could uot give ua a hrMgo or a ronri henco, they would givo wi a dircct in^U, thnt wo ruight nncertflin whether tho polcfl of our driiys wero broken, or our bate* of wool stuck fast in fmmn bop bolo or other; hut no, wo were too fnr off, an»l our worthy representative was loo -renk (Jn tlio liing#) to Influmico tho Govenmiont to mako Una conroinion to no. Iu thero no altomntivo for ufl but lo grin nnd hoar it? PoiftONiNO Dooa — Wo wero struck w...

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