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SYDNEY MARKETS. Friday Evening, June 5, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

SYDNEY MARKETS. Friday Evenintr, June ft, 1857. ' Flour Ann Grain. — The arrivals of colonial wluat are still -very limited. Tho whole of the millers prices re main as last quoted. Messrs. Barker and Co. 's prices are £20 for the finest quality, and £18 for seconds, ner ton* wheat, 6s to 7s per bu*hel ; bran, 2s per busbel. Messrs. Furlong and Kennedy quote flour at .£20 per ton ; seconds, £18 per ton ; colonial wheat, Os to 7s per bushel ; bran, 2s per bushel. Victoria Mills : Mr. Buck ley reports fine wheat, at Gs to Gs 9d per bushel ; ilour, .£20; second quality, nt £18 per ton; bran, 2s per bushel. Messrs Bovklesnan tvnd tJate quote flour at £20 ?and £18 pcr*tou ; wheat, Gs to Gs Gd per bushel j bran, 2s to 2s*3d ditto. Biikad. — 4d to .Id the 2-lb. loaf. Biscuits. — Messrs. George Wilkio & Co.'s cabin biscuits, at 24s ; navy ditto, at 20s; ship ditto, 18s per lOOlbs. Mr G. Hamilton's prices are for cabin biscuits 24s ; pilot ditto, 20s; ship ditto, 18s; abornethy and co...

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

MERRENDEE. Tho diggers on tho above field, havo: been doing re markably well this week.. Flelchor's party took o it ft protty nuggit, about 13 ounces, and several am dlor sizes. Ono party took out thi- morning a Vcau'dful nugget weighing 28 ounces. Several prtrthfl ate erecting their vfiutor abodes, oqd ^ho demand for ond bark Is very great. 'Ilio population Is gradually Inarcafling, and tho migratory habit subsiding 1 hnvo no doubt this will bo ono of tho principal diggings in fact, it pro«nnts qui to a village- llko apncarance. Sonic nt'ontion 19 also being paid to cultivation, nnd neftt littlo gardens nre bolng formed, Altogether, the plncc a*sumca ft most promising aspcot Wc only want a court-house and lock up. not so much for use as tho means of deter ilng & few Idle disordorly character*, who nro quite out of their ; clement when outside tlio wall* of a gaol nr lock-up. T I Understand the longdookod for Minora' flight* are to ! rnbko their appearanco next week ; I oxpe...

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PROPERTY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

PROPERTY CIRCULAR. Burgis and Bowes report the following sfllos effected during the week : — By order of the Sheriff, 'Walker venns C. ISteele : 1 rood 10 pcrchos land at Macquariu; 2-toods, Macleay Diver ; 17,000 acres, Wilson's Uiver ; 105 acres, coumy ; of Mncquario ; 113 acres, Itollin's 'Plains; t)S0 acres, j Manning River. Tbo equity of redemption of theso j lands was sold subject to mortgage, principal nnd inte 1 rest, for .£12,000. Also by order of iho Sheriff, Croft and ; Another versus Ilyrno ; the equity of redemption to land and house at Campbetltown for £200. A number of ! Allotments nt Burwood Stat'on -were sold, ranging from 4s Od to 10*8 Gd per fool; 1 allotment on tho north sidu of tturwood Station, 30s per foot; 2 allotments at Pad diugton, £-4 17s Gd per foot; 7 acres of bush laud and hut, two miles from Uyde, for £96 ; 350 acres on the Great Northern Road, between Wiseinau's Foiry and Maitiand, at £1 10s per acre; 3 louses of produce stores on the A. S.'N.* Compa...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

@oDrn!tttrnt-ffau,ttr. IMPOUND IN OS. At Wost Maitlnnd, on tbe 17th and 9th d»v- of May, 1857, from Maitiand Tocall \ — One w hite cow, hoop horns, on the near rump IA, has a strawberry steer calf ifbtnndcd not visible, dnmnires 2s. R« -advertised : — One bay flUv, black )-oints, long tail, on tbe near shoul der like II RR, or HR, or MRR. dniiuge* 3d ; one grey filyoriuaro, head lighter colour than tlw body, near hind foot to kneo and hoof white, has white *pot un hip, long tail, has an illegible brand on tho off shoulder like LK or IK, very low in condition, dnmagts 3d. If not released, will be sold on the 13th day of June, to payex ptnses, agreeable to Act of Council. At Wollombi Township, on the 30th day of May, 1867, from Yaugo by order of Mr. John White ; damages ami driving 2s Gd per head One oro.nn or dun horse, Star, black-mane and tail, W over CT near shoulder, 5 years old, 16} bands high ; ono biy pony coll, t:ar, near hind foot white, A sideways near shoulder, 4 Years old...

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

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. r* Nbv Insolvent Court.— Tho lar^o room on iho ; crouud floor of tho eastern wiog of tl.ej Supreme Coun - ILuine, Ring-street, i* being altered and fitted up at & now lusoWuut Court. Ic. i« generally known that hither to tho btidine'* of tho Insolvent Court has been tranMct , ed as opportunity oflofed iu any of the caun-zoouir wbioh chanced to be vacaut, nn doubt oiusiug at timrj* somo inconvenience to tho oflioura of tbo courr, a* well hb to the pnblio. Tlio buiiiies* of tbid euurt has of l*te utcoMarity iucrc.vettl with the growth of our population aud tho extension of our ooiuiuorcial trtu*actions, but, | ttrangely enough, the want of a permanent courUro»ui - specially devoted to the insolvuticy branch of our jurid : prudence, ha* been all i-V)Lg overlot ked up to tho pre sent time^ Wo are now, therefore, glad tu &oe this much needed alteration made. Burolar v.— The house of Mr. Richard Ne»-bitt, Gloucester terrace, was broken into on Thursday...

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

ARM IDA US— 'N OTI CE — M r. Bernard NtuigWaha J heon appointed an Agent for the NorOttr\ I Timet in Avmidnle, and is authorised to recoite acriptiona and advertisements. RISRANE WATER— NOTICE— Mr Irvino Coultfj has been appointed Agent for the Northern at Brisbane Water, aud is authorised to receive mb. acriptions and advertisements Black cueeic— Mr. ah am mather. Flout Mil k, h«~. been appoiutod Agent f-V the A^o rthtri\ Time* in this district, and is authorised to receive Ael-i vertisomnnt&and Subscriptions. BIUSIIANE and H^IcK— NOTICE— Mr. Willing Boyd, of North Brisbane, hat been appointed Agent for tho Northern TYmm in these districts, and {4 authorised to receive advertisements and subscriptions. C- ' WkFTg HTE li'fTcRKEK.— NOTICE, —Mr. J. B.. Squiro has been appointod Agent for the Northern, 7 Vmra at Coekfightcr's Creek, and is authorised to rcccivo Subscriptions aud advertisements. Clarence tow n . -n otic~b^Tm r. Lvaii h*% been appointed an Agent for the AVMm* Tim...

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OUR COLONIAL EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 June 1857

OUR COLONIAL EMPIRE. (From 'ihe hxtlcr Tima% Feb. 14.) Au ablo lecture was delivered to the members of the T,itcr«i*y Society 011 Friday evening, by Arthur Mill*, K&q , son-in law of Sir-Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart., on 44 Our Colonial Empire.' The ehait was occupied by the president, John Sillivant, and there werealso present the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Exeter (NV. Bucking ham, Esq.), Dr. Miller, Mr. ft!. B. Bere, Air. J. Jerwood, Mr. T. Letchworth, Mr. W. Ketiuaway, Air. J. B. Parker, Mr. C. Westcombe, Mr. K. W. Fox, Rev. C. C. Bartholomew, $c. The Chairman, In commencing the proceeding*, re ferred to the subject of tho lecture, aud expressed his belief that in the present state of Brit fill society there wore very few who Were not in somo way or other connected with our great colonial empire; and for him self ho ttdtiht say that the subject was one of .deep interest to him, inasmuch as he had four sous who had chosen a colonial life. It was a great satisfaction to him ...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES HY AUCTION. Tins Day. Doiids & Co., at the Sale Yards. East Maitiand, at twelve, 150 head choice fat cuttle. Fiiiday, Junk 12. Doddh & Co., nt the Hexham Hotel, Hexham, nt twelve, lease, stock, goodwill, and furniture of the Hexham Hotel. Kaitland Firo Brigade, No. 1. AMF.RTINU for PR. \ OTIC B will Uke place TO . PAY, at Mr. IIoonkt's, EAST M A ITI.AND, »t Eight o'clock. Tlio Vnluntot-r* will jiloa^u to nicut at the Engine Houao at hal f-pa»t 7 o'clock. ALFRKD CURREY, Secretary. June lOtli. 1959 Queen's Theatre, West Maitiand. Sol# Lciico nnd Directress, Mrs. Smcathinan. TO-NIQllT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1857. BENEFIT OF MR. D F. BOLEV. ET II I O 1' I A V KS T E R T A r N M E N T EXTRAORDINARY, nr tiif. SERE N A D E R S. Farck and Extravaganza. T II K SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM; Or, a Ghost iu Spite of Ilitn.it'lf. Mk. Xicomsuuii ... (first lime) ... Mr. I). K. Boi.kv. THE MASQUERADE BALL, By tho whole .trength of the Company. MISS AOSEBS IN TWO DANCES. REMEM...

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

YASS. (From the Yass Courier , June 6.) The Governor — We are informed that Sir William Denison will visit Yass en route to Albury. His Excel lency may be expected about the end of next week. It is proposed that an address should be presented to his . Excellency, and that he should be invited to a luncheon, as was the case with his predecessor Sir Charles FiUltoy. The Governor, it is said, will proceed to Melbourne from. Albury, and after a short stay in that capital, return to Sydney by steamer. Gold near Yass. — A few days ago, Mr. Laidlaw, of this town, purchased nearly & lis weight of gold pro* cured by Mr. George Davis and party— five in number. It la a magnificent specimen, entirely free from quartz and comprises several good-sized nuggets. The gold was the result of a fourtcon daf s' prospecting expedition, . and was procured in the district lying between tho Mur* rumbidgeo and the Tnmut, at a depth of abouf threo feet from the surface. It was purchasod by Mr. Laid la...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

GOLD FIELDS. (From the Armidale Exprean, June 6.) THE ROCKY 1UVER. The good folks of Gruunuek have a paying — ' Thnt it rains thirteen months a year there although we can not say the same of New England, still it would appear un if the weather was lo continue wot for fix months out of twelve ; scarcely a day passim without several showem of rain, nnd at, presept the diggings are in a complete puddle— particularly at tho new rneb. Laden orays are ychtcely alilo to get along us the mud is k net -deep ; and thu bush ie so soft that if Is almost iuipoasiblo to got a ourt load of firewood. Ttjo only parties benefitted by the rain nre those wasbinj; f in ficn stuff; they now |rrt| wit -rat. their cl .ims, thereby biivmic c.irtau'e ; at tlii wo,k some cniitinmi to do well. Kiikfon &(;?-., the part r who nil. the 1 -ng race, h ive e -niincuced i-I -ii .;i n l* some of their Irrce lifips : ? li«-v wash oil' Iroui 5 to fi ot . of gold a d ?) ; their sluice hnxi s nnd turn are c m si.l...

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SWITZERLAND. Berne, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

SWITZERLAND. Borne, April 14. The Bund declares that it can alfiim from a certain source that the Federal Council has never consented, as affirmed by some journals, to admit ns just the payment of an indemnity by Switzerland to tho King of Prussia. 'It is possible,'1 adds the Hum!, 'that the Plenipo tentiaries inay have admitted that condition into the project of arrangement., but Switzerland hns not given 1 er ci nsent to the combination. The Government of Heme, oil the contrary, maintains its first opinion not to jiav anything as nn indemnity.1' The same journal declares that a direct understanding between Prussia and Switzerland is impossible, and ex presses the opinion that probably the Plenipotentiaries will draw up a project of arrangement, which they will jiroposo separately lo each of tho two powers interested. A letter from Berne, in llie C'erman 'Journal, of Frank fort, says : — ' The news that in the conference Dr. Kern linB decidedly opposed tlie demnnds of Prussia is co...

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SPAIN. Corunna, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

SPAIN. 'Oornnna, April 6. The elections hnve taken placo in Gnliciii, amidst tho greatest tranquillity. The conservative party lias triumphed ; these elections produco 41 more votos in its favour. Paris, 'Wednesday Evening. Heports nre current nf a elinnge being imminent in the Spnnish .Ministry. According to one version, Nnrvntz hns sent to Home to 1 ring back M. lion to he his Minister of Finance; while another report is that the Nnrvaez Ministry will ixive place tn ono of which llravo Murillo will bo' the Ilea l, and Bcllram de-Lys a member. Madrid, April 11th. It appears that the court physicians have 'indicated llie probability that, the Q.tiem is in nil interesting situa tion, and tliat this was the reason why the ceremonies 17 B'-° wns ,0 '»1-cii the principal part on Huly j liursai»^»o.nd Good Friday were counter-ordered. A semi-official paper announces the conclusion of tlio Jong lnokcd-fo' postal treaty between England and Spain. The decision of tho French Government as to...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

p!-. i M'F., Tlio Draul Dnk'^0ll-lftnt'!!,c expeetcd nt Tou'on on the 20th f 21st. Ilowill proceed al oncn lo Mar Rfilles on ifnril of the Koino Hortmse, ami review the fire I. »*iid examine tlie docks and arsennls. The next day lie will proceed to Lyons, lint will not etnp tliere any time ; ho will pan the niplit at Qhalons-Riir-S.-ione. He intends to inspect with much ntlention the well-known foundries of tho Cr.nsnl (Saont'-i t- l.oirp). He will ho tlifin nbout the onil of llio iw.nth, nml will tnl-a up his ?iiiarters at Konlninhlenn, whore gnnt preparations nro mnking to receive liirn and his suite. Gener.il Totlileben lias presented tho Emperor of the French with a copy, mngnificentiy bound, of his journal of the siege of Suimstopol, kept liy himself day by day. This most interesting dl.iry ii written in Russian. with a French transition in each page. The Minister of Marine hsd n hriliiant reception Inst night, nt whieli numerous Russian oflicers woie present. The Conimitteo of...

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

AUSTRIA. Tho journey of the' Emporor into Hungary is an nounced hy tho preparations, which are being made on ii pmnd scale. His Majesty's departure is fixed for the of J'«Ji mill his return fur. the 28th Juno.

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN. NEWS TO APRIL 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

LATEST EXGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN. NK'-Vi TO APUiL 17th. Tfitz Ka/r-p*£ vuh the April tmTIs, aroretl on Wfc-fnwlaj [fn,r?Ar,% /xt-r^rj Z and 4 liar are SftrX Aynt Mar \Zt Ki;jg George's Sound ! Jcn.t I, Metlssatfu: iiujt '7, * Y, 'AW:i jnuAl U ria STUihzt npton April 12, ted VP.* MzrtcHtei April 13. A Prjf^ru ?watt \r.ut Uj I ht nat icra oa iht Htli April ; r^»r If ujwj vh* r.ell. 1 h-r tiWciyrr,\ l#T»muuteA :n Carour of I^ord I'al rs tsUju, AW'Tig 'he tutixitn t taen Virot n out of Par l-VAfsi -vtzth r. Jt izht, 31 r. Milner GiLw,n. | Mr. -?'. J. Vox, Mr. Car^J *ell, Mr, Frederick Ptel, 31 r. | Jl/jtin'Un 'Ar. LayartJ, Mr, VbVAijioi?, and | Hi.* | JfAiu iitHM;'! \\'tA bum relumed for tbc city of j xtfssabtr* of the Oorvrtunent — the Under ♦ Cor V- ar h.n'i the Vwltr Stcrcury for thi } — hz-l Is&za reJtvUsi bv their cvn&ulutrnclts, and were ir-.i'r.ou i *sau. f At Ki'tifrrmiijil'r ihtre h&J been a most di*gracefjl I ti*t, zztrrtfSed vlih cozsidtmbl...

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DENMARK AND THE DUCHIES. THE LATE RESIGNATION OF THE DANISH CABINET. Berlin, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

DEJT.M ARK AND THE mJCHIKS. Tltr. I.ATt: RCSIUXATIOX Of TIIK DANISH CAnlXFT. IJoilin, Tuc.silnv Hveniiiir. The stn'ement Hint nnn'hir No:c l-,m liei'ii ndilrrnsod 10 C!iiponlin-.'rn hy the Aui-trinn ami Prussian Cabinets 11 ronfirtnotl to day. This Ni to is sai l to have proclpitnlcd tho resignation of tho D.miOi CnVinel. 1 Prnmin ami Anu ria nniiouncoil tlint thev wore I i roil of negotiation, nml that thoy wished to offer n new nnd r-imnlo proposition. They require Hint, ilif Danish Oovornmant slionM consult the llolstcin Plot on tlmse pnr.tcr.iplis of. the - '(institution not hiiliorlo laH btforo it, which specially referred lo the Duchies. Tlr-y demand also these noRolintinns with the Hol nliin Diet slinnld lako place an spuutlily as piipsihlo, and certainly widiin the present year. Copenhagen, April 1 *1 , Evening. The Fardrelandel niinonlieos that tho Kitnr Iiiir suc rms'voly callid oil M. Hliilmio, null afterwards on M. 'l'ill inch to form a ministry. It ia said Mint tho fori...

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THE "EXAMINER" ON THE SPEAKERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

THE *' EXAMINER'* ON THE SPEAKERSHIP. I What Baron Wood said of wiues is certainly true of Speakers of tho House of C*finmon3% namely, that to:ne may w better tlun othcri, but that Done are bad, fn this faith vso are quite easy about the choice of tf-v Speaker ot ih' new JIou.io. V/© canno: forget, iede-d, vhnt very inferior men htv-j va.ido good speakers. A ih'.V-; mi;;, fj; UgtaQCC, tUfl M.% Ma^ntM Siitt Jli j could hardly bo uamed, but Yio acquitted hlmaolf Hiiffi cientiy w.dl in tho ch;»ir, and was renowned for the tone of voLre in wliiidi he called ' Order.' Tho Speaker is a sort of -li'Uin-m»j'tr. Ilu must hi* portly and pompoui. It should be hi* endrxvour lo indutc the look of (he mace »v,s much in jxHxildo, the sigiit of whii-S inspires hfholdfits with so much tfi'li-fiuife awe, nnd nil tho mow. because no o.ie can iinauinu what it is good for, uxcept; soiii'tiiucK to lie on, and .siiiuetimoi lo lio under the table. If a bad Speaker be cho«en, uh'fdi w bfj'ieve to be utterly...

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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. PER EUROPEAN. FRANCE. Pa is Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. VKll El'ROl'EsiK. Fbom tiik Moiinivo ( 'iijkinki.k or lfmi Arnir.. (By Ehrlric Tri graph.) KKANCR. ii. Tnosd.tv Kvnuinc. Tiiiniotiri Invo lippn rnrrmii wliliiii tli f Inst |ir-w dnys f nn impnn.linp nml i n- purtti 11 1 cliiiii^o ill ilia Internal Bf]miiiNrra'ii-n * if Knmc.1. Tli- nilir.iimtrii'inii Ity ? Preftcts U found lo ho sooli. jrctinniiM:'. ami civr* rhe to s i mucli petty lyi-atiny, tliat Sn :-!«-' I r ion is contr-in plutcil. Il iitliuug'it ilintlbn railways nnil tlipolrrtric telegraph vill ennlile tlif» wlmln of llint. nrliniiiivlrnt'nn to lie coil tr.iPp.'il in I'iri'. or in n low grew ciiio.i of the Kmplro. Thu ('nn-nl-IJcnoriil of Nanlet nt fJciina linn is-tifil *n dfliciftl ilnml of Hid iiso in the N'onpolilnn Slatci of nny nidi Instnini' lit of tortnro it» tho ' C ip of niltnco.' Tlioiv is a vnKUn (?xpi-rlntiim of m-ino clumpe In tho Turkish frthinc-t. tho Mini'ler for Foreign Affairs being tlir member moi.tioiied us likely to lotlio.

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

A(ii*:.\rs foii tiii: No/tr/rt;/tN vim as Arrtudtile — Mr Bernard Nntightou Blnrk Creek — Mr. Adam Mather, Flour Mills. Iittrwin Hirer — Brisbane nnd fpstcich — Mr. William Boyd Brisbane — Mr. Irvine Coulter £i»^'ra — Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — M r. Lyall Coolah — Cockfighters Creek — Mr. J. B. Squire Coontifxirabran — CtiUundoon — Darling Durcns — Duwjog — Mr. Tnomoa A. Birnage Jhttimore. — Mr. (i. Jtoberts Grafton — Mr. John Williams (iayndah Gvonoo Goonoo — Coulhurn. — Mr. Thomas Williams (Ireaford — Mi. John Htnh (iuliigal — Mr. W. Mncguire Hinton — Mr. H»-nry Atkins Hanging Bock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Ipswich and Brisbane — Jerry's Plains — Mr. Oliver Saunders Kiord, Moruya Bn'er — Mr. William Brice. l.ochinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper.. Macdonald River (near Windsor) — Mr. M. O. Thompson Manning Biver — Mr. John Newhy Macinlyre Hirer — J/(im7a and Otcydir I liven — Mcrriica — Mr. David .Munro Meroo and Long CreeJc — Mr. Stephen Tucker Milfield — Mess...

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AUSTRALIAN CLIPPERS AND STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 13 June 1857

AUSTUALfAN CL1PPEICS AND STEAMERS. From the European Timet, April 10.) Considerable nXtentidn bai bp-mi Tecently fixed on the arrival of the An^tralun ves«eU. The merchant* of Livtrpoifl were startled receuily liy tho Mirrco Poto ap pearing In the Mersey in anticinstion of the Iloynl Charter, bo;h vessels h.iving left Alelbotirne on the same day. Hitherto, t'»e voyagrH out of the last-named vessel have been admirable, but the run home has not been quite M- successful ; hut on this last trip, even when she occu pied K7 days, the pasu'ii^crs speak iu the highett terins of her |»erforma»ce. TJio White Star made the trio home in 80 days, within a day of thu capital pasiago of (he Marco Polo. 'J he Simla has been extremely tuc ce««fol in carrying the overland mail from Melbourne, ami deliver. ng it at Marseilles in */J days — one day with- j in rhe t rnis of the contiaet. The greatest unennhiei* prevails respecting the Oneida I steamer, the fir-t of the overland fleet. At the time we j w...

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