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SYDNEY MARKETS. Friday Evening, June 12, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 June 1857

SYDNEY MARKKTS. Friday Evening, June 12, 1857. Tr.owii and OfiAix. — Thc demand for flour is very br:»k at tbe prices quoted, which remain unnltered from J.iflt week. iJran remains firm at 2vthc dtmantl being very heavy. Thc arrivals of colonial wheat are still very slow, the h'-avy state of the roads operating against its transit. With a continuance of fino weather, we may look for a good supply. iMessrs. Darker and Co.'s prices are X20 for tbo finest quality, and j£18 for neconds per ton ; wheat Oh to 7b per bushel ; bran 2s per bushel. Mcrsr*. Furlong anil Ktnndy quote Hour at £20 per ton ; reconds £1 h per ton ; colonial wheat, Gs to 7s per bushel. Vicforia Mills, — Mr. Buckley reports fine whei-t at. fls to i»k yu per imxnei ; nonr, ; second quatity at £')« per ton ; bran, 2s per bnn|i«*|. .Nfcs^rs Herklemau and JJate quote floor nt £20 aud ,C18 per ton ; wheat, fl* to Gs Gd per hushed ; bran, 2h to 2* 3d ditto. Hay Maiikkt. — Tlie market has been very fairly sup plied, and it ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE GOVERNOR GENERAL AT GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 June 1857

SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. {Mridgtd from the Ooulburn Herald, Jane 13.) TIIE GOVERNOR OBNEBAL AT Q0UU1UJIH. On Thursdny last his Excellcnoy Sir William Dcnisoa arrived In town. An announcement huving been officially mado that Uo would reach Mr. Roberts' hotel, where apartment* had been secured for him. Ily three o'clock, a largo number of tbe inhabitants of the town proceeded, down the Sydney road to accompany his Excellenry. Ilis Excellency being a member of tho Order of Odd Fellows, the f.nvnl StrimrrnrR*- I^flnp tM. IJ.) mnt him on his entrance into town, and tho procession formed ia tho following order : — Huiic— Bagpiper in full costumc Banners Drothen Wartlegj Dispensation Banner Noble Grand and Supporters Brothers Vice Grand and Supporters. Bannel — Lamb Brothers Secretary Brothers District O Hirers Ills Excellency the Governor General, accompanied by tho Pollee Magistrate an-) tho Commandant of the Southern Police. About two hundred horsemen, besides a number of the towns-peoplo in...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 June 1857

(SODrrttmrm tifiajrttr. JMPOCNDINOS. At Bendomoer, on the 17th day of May 1857, from : tbo run of T. A. Perry, Jvq. ? damages and diiving3«. each: — Redand whito working lmlloek, F\l conjoined near ribs, (the F reverseo) ; black *teor, illegible brand near rump, near ear split ; brindlo bullock, W near vhouldor, like W nesr ribs. If not released in thirty days they will bo Hold. At Aberdeen, on riio 2Hr.h nf May 1857 R iy maro, 2 over D(i nff shoulder ; notice sent to supponed own ; bay maro, like of T shoulder ; roan horse foal by side, iinhratidcd. If not reloimed will be sold 3rd July. At. O'enford Pound, on tbe 30th May, from (iosford, Lami.'rt . Valloy, for trespass : - Strawberry hi.ifnr, branded Wnffrihrt, No. 3 near shoulder; a heifer calf at fool, unbranded ; frefpa^s, Is. por head. Il not rolo:isud be fore the 20: h June, they will be stdd.

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 June 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. Hostile Fkiends.— Gavau Duffy is at thu moment ' an fallen and unpopular a man as could be pointed to in the whole cirole of our public diameters. It has been j done by the preposterous pretensions put forward by bis I friend*, and the weaknessof his own vanity, which has | allowed them to play upon him. Friends, forsooth: mon who have thought to trade upon Duffy's pa*t re putation, aud ensnare him in the net of flattery, that they might make their tool 1 If Duffy has a peculiar saRcentihilitv to adulation, and h-m benn inn-*ior»t--d \,v its fumes, he has paid for it dearly. And if he could only escape from his preHent entourage, and stand before the public in tlie attitude of his own rnunhood — sep- arating himself from tho swarm of selfish p.trasitei who have taken hold of him, there would be an early reac tion of popular Beotiuient, nnd the public would uot bo blind to the really fine qualities than belong to the man. But Duffy must hind over all ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 June 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. OovnnNnssKs. — Novelist* nnd romance writers, and fervent essayists, have found in th's description of whito shivery an^ unfailing subject of fictitious illustration or didactic discourse. Thero nre, doubtless, sotr.c pnrso proiul aud arrogant ladiuH in the world, not disinclined to treat the ' young porson/' whom tliey con 'cscunibd lo employ, with hauteur and nnkindness. Moreover, there arc sncli^ things as disagreeable cliildien very try .... ' ' jn.vn iiui, nun oucn requiring much correction, which the governess is not permitted to administer, Ilitt wo havo a profound conviction that tlicso are tho excep tional easos ; and that, iu tho present dny, tbe goveriicsscB ol Lnghui'l nre treated with all possihlecourtesy and kindness. Their position is, in somu respects, a trying one. Hut. tho trials are only such ns good sense aud good feelings will en able them to overcome. Kvory position has its trials. That which has many privileges has also ninny penalties nnd prov...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 June 1857

SHIPPING NEWS. I 'fur: FtmornAN.— -(.'ommhni-aiilk Act or IIumanitv. — We have much plcusuro in Copying from thc Arym of the Htb instant, tho following letter of thanks, by Kdwnrd A. Hall, to Cajitain Parfitt, and the oflicers of tbo Fuio penn, for their kitnlness to him while recovering from the effects of an accident which he sustained on the passage towards ouez : — ' Un tno 2Jst of March (says the writer), while passing along tbo rail, my foot clipped and I fell overboard, iho vessel nt the time going twelve miles tin hour through thc water, with a fair wind and sua. Tho ulurm wu-i immediately given, and I wuk picked up by ono of -the nhip'fl boats three-qunTttra of an hour I nftcr falling in. I now wish publicly to thank Captain Parfitt for fho noble exertions he mado to save uio, nnd I feel confident that if it had not been for tho prompt and collected manner in which lie acted I would have inevitably been lost, for I could not have, kept itiysi If afloat many minutes longer, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 17 June 1857

BIRTHS. At East Maitland, on the 15th of June instant, the wife of Mr. Luke Kingsmill of a son. On the 11th instant, at her residence, Rose Vale,   Hinton, the wife of Mr. Frederick Wilson, of a daughter. At Tamworth, on the 10th instant, Mrs. P. J. Coghian,   of a son, still-born. MARRIAGE. On Thursday, 11th June, at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Sydney, by the Rev. Robert L. King, B.A., In- cumbent of St. John's, Parramatta, assisted by the Rev. Canon Allwood. Frederick King, Esq., son of the late Rear Admiral Phillip Parker King, to Mary Jane, the elder daughter of the Honorable Captain Lethbridge, R.N., M.L.C., of Cumberland Place. DEATH. On the 14th instant, at Lochinvar, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. John Keys, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with the utmost christian fortitude, in   the 43rd year of her age.

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

AGENTS FOIl THE NORTHERN TIMES Amiiiiale — Mr Bernard Xanghton Ill'irk Creek — Mr. Adain Mather, Floor Mills. llaricin River — JJrishane ami Ipncich — Mr. William Boyd Brisbane }fr-iler — Mr. Irvine Coulter Ilinrjrra — ' Cutxilitt — Mr. W. Miller V Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall Cnolah — Cockftghter't Creek— Mr. J. B. Squire Cnonnbarabran— Cntfandoon — Darling JJowni — Dungog — Mr. Thomas A. Burnage Dmimort. — Mr. G. Itoherts Grafton — Mr. John Williams tiagndah Goonoo Goonoo — Goulhnm. — Mr. Tliomns Williams Gresford — Mr. John Hush Guliigal — Mr. W. Maeguiro Ilinlon — Mr. Henry Atkins Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Jrrrt/t I'lairu — Mr. Oliver Sannden Kiord, lloruya River — Mr. William Brie©. Loehinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River (near Windsor) — Mr. M. G. Thomptoa ' Manning River — Mr. John Nemby Sfacintyrt River — Manila and Gun/dir Rivert — Merriwa — Mr. David Munro Jlferoo and Long Creek — Sir. Stephen Tucket Milfuld — Messrs. Crotliers and Irwin Mor...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

TvrATTT.AWTJ.PRTC® CtnMtENT: Al°«, KiiBUihi.per.tiog.lvMil . 0 0 O lo IO. 0 O Ryain'., [tor dozen . ? OIIO O 12 0 Alliop'g, ditto ? . ? 0 II O 0 13 6 At tho Mnitland BroirorlM, per hlid. . ? ? S 12 O 6 10 6 Ditto per gallon 0 I '1 0 16 Sydney, per gallon . 0 19 ArroOroot, per lb. ? ? 0t- 0 0 0 ® Ditto, \Vc»t hulla. dill. ? 0 10 0 14 nncon, per lb. ? ? ? 0 0 7 O 0 10 3 lilHliel. per doron . . 10 0 1 ,1 O Ilatk, vcr ton ' 6 0 0 Dread, per lo.rf of 2 lbs ? . 004 00ft. Ilricln. per tlinu.nnd . ? ? i 0 O 3 5 O Dutclicri' Meat t lieef, per lb. . 0 0 t 0 0 « Million, ditto . . ? O O S 0 0 8 I'ork. illtt' ? ? ? 0 0 6 0 0 7 Veal, ditto . . ? 0 0 5 0 t) B Duttcr. fre.li per Ib. . ? 016 020 nino, .alt, ditto ? . 0 10 0 1, Hnttlcil Frnlu. per bottl. . . 0 I 0 0 2 0 Cnnitlci, mould, per lb . ? 0 0 S \V)iolo«ale. per Ib 0 0 7 Clteete, per Ib. . ? ? ? 006 0 0 S Coiree, ditto ? ? ? 0 1 S 0 I 6 Coal, per ton, del Werei! . . 0 12 0 OM 0 Currant., Zante, per lb . . 0 10,011 Coper., per liottle ? ? ? 0...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. Cr.KuicAi. Wit. — A rlerfiymnn'H nrltnowledgmcnt of n present of (Oiiic game from n noblo lord, the pation Of a vjicant bcncfico : — ' Many tlinnk.H, my denr lord, for tlio birds of your Riving, TIiohrIi I wish with the (lead you had sent mo tho living.'' Dr.HCiurTioN nr a Tiiw Gkntj.f.man. — We overheard tho following definition in Tottenham Court Road; the author of it was a cabman ' I ntty, Bill, look at that 'ere tliin 'nil I'm jiggur'd if ho isn't In training to go down n gas-pipe.' An Irish officer in battle happening to how, a cannon ball pitsscil over his head, nnd took off the liond ol a soldier who stood behind hiin. ' You sec,' Baid ho, ' that n man novor loses by politeness.'' ' Corno in out of the wot,' as the oh ark said to tho young niggor whon ho Hwftllowod him. A Sly SiiAveu. — Thero is a harbor near tho London Docks who lathers his customers with jwano-wnter. Tho conEcqnonco Is, that if flliavod over eo cloudy, they scarcely roach tho ond of tho stre...

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A STRANGE STORY OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

A STRANGE STORY OF MURDER. The New Y -rk papers give the details of a recent ex traordinary crimo iu that city A Dr. Harvey Iiur dell w » found, during Saturday, the 31st of January, dead in his room, at 31. Bond-street, strangled, with, fifteen'Ktabs in d ff jrent parts of his body. Tho murder must hnve been committed in tha night of Friday, tho 30tb, but no alarm was heird io tha house. There had been no forcible entry, and, as no property upon him or iu tho room w is touched, plunder could not have been the object. The deceased was a surgeon-dentist, in good | raotice ; ho wo* wealthy, and tho home, in one of the host streets in tho city, wad hia own. As suspicion, from tho first, did not extend beyond tho house itself, every inmate of it was put under arrest as a beginning ; and tho coroner's inquiry, although it has not yet fixed tho guilt on any one person, haa revealed a state of things in that one dwelling uurivalled in any romance. Burdell was tho owner of tho huu-e, and li...

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EXTRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

EXTRAOKDINARY CASE. ,Dr. Char'es Snmnor, of Rochester, communicate* the particulars of a cane which camc undor his practice to the Daily Union of that oily : — M The subjoet was a young lady, ninoteen years of age, of nervous temperament, very healthy, nnd tho daughter of a respectable farmer in Butternuts, Otsego county, Now York. She first camu to my office -m the 28th of April,- 1853, to have a needle extracted from her left arm, which she said 'got in accidentally as she was moving a bundio of carpeting/' This, a medium sized sewing needle, wat toon found and extracted from the interior side of tho fore irm, about midway between the wrist and the. elbow. In less than a week she called -«gain, saying she had another needlo in her arm. 1 examined and found deep in tho bend of tho arm a hard substance, which proved to be a needle similar to tho first, aud accounted for iu a similar manner. Ono week after this, six needles wero found, deep in tho flesh, about three inches from tho e...

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THE BRITISH PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

THE BRITISH PRESS. Mr. Josiali T; Merriman. editor of tho rrcston Guar dian has delivered a lecture at Preston on the 44 English Nowspapcr,'' which appears to have been well received SALARIES or TUB NKWspAI'KR STAFF. The literary corps of a first-cla^s morning paper is very numerous and expensive. Mr. Hunt, who at the timo of publishing was managing editor of the Daily Newt, slates it to consist of a chief editor, eighteen guineas a-week ; subeditor, twelve guineas; second sub-editor, ten guineas; foreign editor, eight guineas; writers, about four guineas a day— .C2f» ; sixteen Par liamentary reporters — one at seven guineas, and the others at five guineas per week ; 7s. This estimate is somewhat above the real mark, as nre the salaries ; said to be paid to foreign correspondents; but I will give his estimates in rrtenso% in the first instance, antl check them by information afforded mo from several sources. Each paper of any standing must have nn establishment at Paris, 'llio head ...

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LATEST REPORTS. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

LATEST KEPOUTS. FnmAY Nioht. I A gentleman from Morpeth informs us that the steam tug Sampson is in a paddook near Duckinfleld, aud that the water is leaving her. 'iliis intelligence, though cor rect at the time of our informant's departure, is net so at the timo we write (8 o'clock p.m.), inasmuch as tho river is rising at .Maitland, and will of course propor tionately riso at Morpeth and elsewhere on its course. About i) o'elejck the river began to flow over the Vic toria Bridge, and at 7 o'clock a large portion of.the road opposito Walli Bouse was flooded. PedeBtrians wero crossing the bridge in the best way they could, some clambering on the top, and others walking along the rails. The water was rapidly flowing up the water tables in tho direction of West Maitland. Some of the houses at the lower end of the town, on the banks of Wallis's Creek, woro appaiently in a critical situution, the water having reached within a few loet ot the doors. Should it continue to rise much inoro ...

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RICH AND POOR OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

IUCH AND POOlt OF LONDON. (From the Timrs.) There is a 'Book iu which wu read that thoro was oncc a rich man who was clothed in purple antl line linen, and fared sumptuously every day ; and that thero lay at his gate a ceitain beggar, full of notes, who sought the crumbs thnt fell from the rich man's table; and the dogs came antl licked hi« sores; ami thero follows then an awful revelation of the spiutual state of those two men and their eternal awards. Tho story Ib eminently picturesque. The rich man in h's gorgeous attiro at his well-spread table, with Ids servants bustling about hero and thero, Is seen in the same group with tho wretched mendicant lying under bis porch, with the rudo attendance of street curs. But is not this a painter's license, and thn story itself, perhaps a figure of speech ? Was there ever such a rich man so indifferent to the spectaclo of misery at his door ? Ihit let us only expand tho nar rative into something a thousand times moro shocking Take each part...

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FLOOD AT GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

FLOOD AT GUXBA0AT. Itiin rumoured that Gundagai bfcs been swept away by another fl'iod, and only ono pcrrton e.-irc-L Wo aro not 'in a position either to contradict Or ondorso the rumour. ? ? -J ? !

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CANADA. FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT.—FROM EIGHTY TO NINETY PERSONS KILLED. We extract the subjoined harrowing account from the Toronto Globe, March 12.— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

CANADA. FIUOIITFUL RAILWAY ACCini'.NT. — FIIOJI KIOI1TYTO NlNHTY I'KKWONN KtLMM). We extract the subjoined harrowing account from the Toronto Globe , March V2' — I Wo shall not attempt to dcscriho the deep sensation which was excited last night among all classes, when the fearful intelligence ran llirouvh the city that an accident bad happened ou the Toronto and Hamilton Kntlwav, and seventy human beings bad been rushed into eter nity. A number of well-known persons wore under stood to be on the train, and tbo painful sus|.en.,c ns to their fate on the part of friends ami r-Jativ(S will ho readily conceived. The first name mentioned n9 among the killed was that of Samuel Zimmerman, perhaps ihe foremoRt for energy aud public spirit among tbo busi ness men of Western Canada ; and the sad intelligence was foon found to he too true. The names of Captain Sutherland and Captain Tvvohy, two of tho most oxporiuncud aud mu-it highly icspeototl of our steamboat. o'iptaiiH, ware shortly added ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

I.00AL INTELLIGENCE. I Sur-hcal Operation at Newcastle.— A surgical operation* of a wonderful and successful character, was reported to tho writer by Mr. Itobert Wood, the person on whom tho operation had been performed, and un (loui)'oliy tho fullost crodenco can be given to tho state ment. Mr. Wood, a resident botween tho Castloroagh nnd Macqoarle IMvctis, had a tumour on tho livor for sbc months, and on Sunday, tho 17th May, I-r, Bowkor, of Newcastle, oporated on the patient by inserting a tubo and extracting 6'-| -ounces of water, equal to 2 quarts and 1 gill. Mi*. Wood passed through Cassills, on life way home, on the 29th ultimo, only twelve days after the operation, and appeared perfectly recovered, at all events ho stated that' such Wis tho caso; and tho fact of having braved tho dangers of flood and field, not to speak of mud In any quantity, war a powerful evidence in his favour. I am nut sufficiently Vereod in medical loro to expross an opinion of (he difficulty or dancer...

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

-E0\m*mnnu (Qairttr. IMPOUNDIXGS. At East Maitland, on the Gth dav of June, 1857, from Joseph Pritchard ; damages 2s. tfd. each. — Day marc, no brands, block points, unbroken, 5 years old, 15 hands liiirh s hor&e foal'at foot: bav mare. 8 near shoulder. black points, 0 years old, IS hands 8 inches high. If not released, will ho sold according to Act of Council. [5s. At Merriwa, on the 9th June, from tho estate of A. and W. IJusby, Ksq., Cassilis : — Drown gelding, star in fore head, near hind foot white, black points, D near shoul der, and illegible brand under Middle near side; grey gelding, switch tail, II o(T shoulder; damnges ami driving £2 per head. Also, on the 27ih May, from Collat-oy, damages and driving 8s per head : — IJrindlo and whito bullock, ear marked, no brands visible ; yellow and white bullock, JC or JO off ami near rump; red and white bullock, Wfi conjoined over ML off rump; red bullock, like P over fi off' rtbs. linear shoulder; red and white hVifer, enr ...

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DISTRIBUTION OF ROAD ADVANCES TO THE MAITLAND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

DISTRIBUTION OF IIOaD ADVANCES TO THE MAITLAND DISTMCT. From Hinton to Paterson expressly for tho Durham side ? £ 600 From Morpeth to Black Creek ? S50. For that portion of tho Northern Itoad at * Lochinvnr ? 1000 From Maitland towards Newcastle for tho distanco of9 miles . .. .. 120 From Maitland towards Paterson, 8$ miles.. 119

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