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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. THE PANAMA ROUTE. THE MEMORIAL IN CAVOUR OF MR. WETTON'S PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. TUB TANA MA ItOUTK. Titr. MRMoniAi, in favour or nr.. wrtton'ii niorosAi,. On'Tuefldav morning, soon nfter 10 oVIoek. a depnta* t5on appointed for that purpose, waited on the Colonial Secretary to present. tho memorial in favour of tho acceptance bv tbo Government of this colony of Air. NYetlon's proposal fur the establishment of flleani com. municatlnn b-t woeit Sydney aud Panama. Tho deptiia-* tion consisted of Mr. Montofiore, Mr. Fanning, Mr. Taylor, and Mr. Ilreillat. Tlio memorial, which in the rourse of Monday had rceoived about 7fl0 signatures, ropresent.'d nearly all dm mercantile houRCH of tho eitv, and many other names of public weight nnd influence.' Tlio snbjeet wan introduced by Mr. Montofiore, who , urged on the attention of Government tho strong feeling which had been universally manifested by the public in favour of concluding terms with tho company repre sented by Mr. Wetton for tbo service, without reference to the other coloniiH, and the manif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

51a U pariScuWly militated that any irregularity in tho delivery of t e Xo'rthern Times bo notified nt | tho Office with hn litt'o dc'ay as possible, In orilor that ! step* n.:vy l-e lukun to prevent ft recurrence of tl»o annoyance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISK1XENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Adeerhse tncnts under tice.nty u-ords, only One. Shi/liny. TERMS yon ADVERTISEMENTS. Twenty word* nnd under, One ShlllinRt every ndtMtlonal Ten worth, Sljpcnce: One Inch, Th^cc Shilling* t and One and fiixj-ence for every Additional inch or pari of aii inch. TERMS OF SUHSCItl PTION. fctght Shilling* per Quarter when paid In advance; and Nine Mdllln/!* if not raid within FounrxnN Day* after the coin mcnccmcnt of cach Quarter. Notico to discontinue Advertisements must bo givon in writing on tho day previous to publication. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' ~ dracral printing ©flee. imVEUVilcserlpiron of i,KTTER-PllESS PRINTING l.i executed with neatness anil despatch. Book-work, Catalogues, Posters, Billheads, Chequo Books, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlets, Show Cards, nnd every other description of plain nnd oniatncnt.il printing in' a stylo not to be excelled by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly moderate. IHgh-fctrcot, West Maitlan...

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DISTRICT MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

DISTRICT MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS. Municipal liotlit-s luivo, in -different countries, prowd themselves to ho the surest safeguard of the peopled liberty. The popular voire, is, as it were, twico spoken. They have their representatives in parliament to gttnru Uteri; political rights, and their ckie body to protect their civil interest*. Govern ment can scarcely be oppressive, since the worst of tyranny springs from an undue interference with the domestic concerns of a nation. Kossuth, the eloquent clinmpion of fallen liberty in Europe, and the (earless denouncer of regal excesses, has said that England owes its growth of free opinion nnd the spread of popular intelligence to the tloso ?union which is established hy her Municipal bodies between the people and tho government. Tho popular mind and feeling cannot possess a field too ample for their display. .Any interference with their exer,:ise, or any attempt to wield an autho rity independant of their control, is at once an indi cation...

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The Groat Northern Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

The Groat Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION— Down Trains. Stations ' ^ixcd Sun,,By Dist. ' j Trains. Trams. Hilts. Lkavi*. — 'a, mjp.m.ja. m.Jp.in. 0 NflWi'oiMt I ' 7'3'! 8- 0 7-30 3' 0 0} lleilinni ? ? ..|R- o'3-no S- 0 3-.10 Maitlnnd ? ? ' 8-24 ;1 ?.vrfl-2 I.Tl-G-l MAITLAND STATION — Ur Trains. DiiitTT WtatTon s . lTi«d-~sm5iv I rains. Trams Ililes. Li. v\k — a»m p m. a ni.lp.in. 0 |Maitland ? B J5' 41 0 K'lf- -HO 0} iHcxhnm ? l!l fil-4 30 9- i :!(l ItiJ iNew.-astlc ? I 9 391 ?-' dl il'39, 5- 4 t|t SSntfs, KOTIIIM' 'aTMWATK NOIl sirr IltlWS AUOIIT IN J1AI.ICE. patuiidav, iumt? on. . ,lR-\7.

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POETRY. THE KING OF DENMARK'S BRIDE. FROM THE DANISH, BY THE HON. MRS. NORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

POETRY. THE KING OF DENMARK'S nniDB. rBOll TUP. DASTSU, II Y TIIB HON. Hits. NOUTOM. (Front Frazer's Magazine.) 'Word wnR brought to the 'Danish King ( Hurry ) Tbf.t the love of lils heart lav suffering, And pined for tlio comfort his votc»» would bring ; (Oh% ride as though yms \ccre jlying !) Hotter ho lovrH eneh golden curt On tho brow of tlmt Scandinavian girl Than his rich crown jewels of ruby nnd pearl ; And his Kohc uf tho Isles is dying ! Thirty nobles saddled with Rpocd ; (Hurry.) Kncli one mounting a gallant stood, Which hf* kept lor battle :md days of need ; Oh ! rule a* though you were flying !) Spurs wore struck 1u tho fonmiug think; 'Worn-out - burgers stnegcred nnd sank ; Hridle* were si ickeni'd, and girths wer.* burst ; JJut, ride a« thry would, the King rode first— For his Uose of tho Isle lay dying I X fin nobles nro beaten ono by ono ; [Hurry.) The have tainted, nnd faltered, nnd homeward gono ; ! His little fair pn;;e now follows alone — For jtreuyth and for cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

Hunter Rivor Now Steam, Navigation Company. STEAM TO SYDNEY. rpifR Steamers of this Oonipnny will be despatched for I. Sydnoy, from tlio Wlinrf, Morpeth, as under, during tlio emming l-'oitJiight, viz. : On Monday nntfTbtirsday, at Eight n.m. On Tuesday and Friday, nt Two p.m. TIUIOUTII F. I)YE, Manager. Company's Offlces, Morpeth, i'.ltli Juno, 1857. The FENETjT,\, with Goods and Passengers, for CLARENCE TOWN, calling at llaymond Termeo, on WEDNESDAY MOItNIN'G NEXT. ? 202i Stoam to Sydnoy. FOR THE FORTNIGHT ENDING Ith JULY. rpiIE STEAMERS of tbo A. S. N. Company will be .L DESPATCHED from the Morpotli Wharves ns follows: — MONDAY, WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY, At Eight o'clock, a.m. JAMES PATERSON, Manager. A. S. S. N, Company's Ofiiecs, *- Morpeth, Juno 18*-7. | 2025 Notico to Shippors and Consignees. CONSIGNEES of PROPERTY, shipped per A. S. N. Company's Steamers, and Shippers who have forwarded Propi-rty to tlio Morpeth WharvcB, nro re que&ted to TARE NOTICE tliat, ...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. TERRIFIC STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

8YDNUY INTELLJGEJTOE. TERRIFIC) STOBM. i As noticed ia onr isat^o of yesterday, tho SflB erSMbcr; ?with which vte hsid been favours# for tarns #»y* vloualy, gave plaoo ra Tucaday to ai glosciy, ataospsara and frequent showers of rain. ®Ss!»0«ra» jaotiswig 'gan tictil&tly nofcfo&blo'Sn the ohaags, hcsfcvcT,. VfiW. «Wjj SO. minutes bsfaro midnight, fftex tka:s.kwo£$i!xi ctsnmed an inby .M&cJiaew, thn alas! ia fiUtsJi (W --'j and o?-n*ionil flakes of slvlei ' Sf-jihtesiBg ptcrpsS/tB^ gloom' of tho etntiro ?proaohing tompoat. P/eolioly at tba timo Indicated-— iO- mlnntos beforo midnight — thero wns n breathless lull whioh lantod for ahonfc a- teaand,, and , then cimn a torriflo (juit of wind from' tho nouth-cnaf-. Tho ourro'nt of air appeared to proesod in n horlz mtal dircotion, una nt though It wero Hriving through a largo tube, onnflning its forco to a comparatively limited Hiirf-tce. ^Tlio nniao resembled jralher llio on-tuibinjj of breakers than that of a ca...

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MODERN EPISCOPACY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

MODERN EPISCOPACY. TChcknt events, in connection with tlio Clittrch of England, liavo brought the intrnwil ^ovcnum-nt of that Church prominently ttntli-r tho notice of tile co'iininnity. The public prints of late have teemed with reports of meetings and correspon dence relative to the Episcopal government of the Church. Were the matters in dispute ques tions of church doctrine merely, we should refrain from making any comment — we have n horror of polemical discussion. Where, however, principles are involved, which jiflTect more or less the social welfare of the state, we shall not hesitate to ex press our opinion. We believe that the events to which we allude are calculated to raise a well grounded fear of the pernicious influence of modern episcopacy, unless some change be cilected in it. lfecent disclosures have tended neither to advance our faith in the eflicacv of episcopal government, nor our opinion of the Christian cha racter of the holders of the episcopal ofliee in this co...

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

THE COKl'OHATION*. (from the Sydnn/ Morning ITeraU.) Tho City of Sydnoy Incorpor.ition Act, wlu'ch wis ?piHScd last session, nnd which ronuira to the citizons, in nnnmended form, llioio rights of municipal sclfgovcru meiit which for tho past three voarn havo been managed by fhrea Commissioners, promises to work well. The city was first incorporate! in 1812, hut deficiency in cijdbwraont, the utter Iuqxperienco in municipal innt t»r«;*rllich prevailed in tlio colony, and, above all, the apft^liy.of the citizens in choosing tit and proper repre »6riMtjve«, rondt'r jil it a failure, and, alier lingciiog tbrdugu a'miscrabla cxistonco of somo tin years, public indignation find contempt were roused against it, and in tho ciccitcmont of the moment the important principles of municipal self - government were set aside, 'and tbo government of tho city was handed; ovor to a bonr'l of salaried commissioncm, rcipntl^lble only to the Government. Although under thi* IrpeapOnsiblo direction, consi...

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MR. D. C. CARTER'S WEEKLY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

ME. D. C, CARTER'S WEEKLY PRODUCE | REPORT, I A total cessation of business la grain Iiss resulted from tho renewed ralno of this vrosk. 'Juat aa delivery was about to be mado of graitj already purcltGHsd, wet if oathor again tct in ; and the grouted being already tuturated, the Hunter lias flooded the country around tot an extent nearly as great as in 1K40. Tho river Is still' rising nt Msitlnnd, nnd tho low lands aro fast filling up to tho level ofi tile rivor. All descriptions of farm pro clttco linn been destroyed to n. vast oxtent, including crops both sown mid saved, nnd tho district will not recover from tho -eHrOta1 for ft long time to came. Business is totally suspended.' Jinny -Jf the stores throughout tho town 'wore closed on Thtirodny. An advanco in all tho 'nocossnriiii of lifo will take place, and there will bo nn utter impossibility of tlio rich low lands being sown with whent this year. A season nioro disastrous to tho. agriculturists cannot bo conceived. Corn, hay, ...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND STOCK MABKET. Sinco our last Report only three lots of fat cattlo havo come to hand, which fbnnd ready briycrs at satisfactory prices. No sheep havo been sold during the week, but there are tno flocks outside readv to come in as soon na tho weather will permit. Fat cheep aro iu good demand at high rates. Very littlo business can be dono with stock until the flood subsides. The following is tho result of sales 83 head of fat cattle, at 00s to'lOOd each ; 184 ditto, at 8is to 94a Cd cacb ; 42 ditto (inferior), 70s each. DODDS & CO. 19th Juno, 1857. ? ;

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

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WINDSOR. Tho weather hero has only cleared np for a few hoiiT, in nucciwaion. Indeed, tho continuation of tain has en lo-tg waked the earth that tho roads t' Sydney have been so eociploielf undermined by the great tmllio upon thom. that thny aro not only in a most dangerous state, but nearly impasaabtr. Asa proof of this, it is only ncceu siry to nieutiiin that the mail, to noted (ur its punctuality iu nrrival and departnre, has noiriy every day and uigbc f-r the lust throo weeks been detnlned from two tothrea and three hoars and n-balf beyond the ospeeted time. In ths prcseut state o( tho riad* it tskes thjoo horses to draw n ton. We hear from Mr. R. Ridge, ono of tho trustees nf tho road trust, that a potition haa been rent down to the Minister of Publio Works for fnnds to put tho mail- road into hotter repuir — or at least to fill up the swamps, gullies, and holes, which are almost en ough to cnguiph the coach, horses pauongore, aud all, and to bury them al...

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

MAITLAND MARKETS. Bnslness is almost vuspendod in consequeneo of His flood. Tnvlo during the week has been vory dull. I-'lour, hay, and maize in good demand. No business between llio first producer and dealers transacted of course during Ins woeK. Prices of flour hnve, at soinu of the' ruillrf, been raised* nnd wo believo thoro is still a tendency, trt- advance higher. At Mr. Nicholson's mill flno flour it 20s, tecomta 18s | brail 10s per

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

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. A I.tinicRODs Jlis-STATEMBKT — Tho following con tradiction to a paragraph that htfbeeu going the round of some of the colonial journals, may be interesting : — Emily SANDFORD. — A correspondent of the Border I'ost aija that tho particnlan having an alleged refer ence to this lady, which have bean going the ronnd of the papers, under the title of' Crimo and it* Episodes,' are a tissue of gross falsehoeds from beginning to end It is true, be tays, that this mnoh-to-be-pitied woman lived in Adelaide, almost unknotro ; but eventually aha. became the wife of a German gentleman of some stand-* iug there, and, as bis wife, hor ccnitaot and general do. partment were beyond reproach. - To this I' can bear witness from being on intimate terms with her httibaQd (who is one of the most pleasaut and gentletnunly men I ever met with). I frequently spent an evening in hU houso ; and during one of thoso visits,, from a mere ncjident, 1 discovered who his wife was. A...

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DISTRESSING AND DISASTROUS FLOOD IN THE HUNTER. Immense Destruction of Property.—Loss of Human Life. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 20 June 1857

DISTRESSING AND DISASTROUS FLOOD IN THE HUNTEB. Immense Destraotion of Property.— Loss of Human Li&. The basin of the.Uuotor has just boon visited by one of those wintry floods which from timo to time occasion tho destruction of iminotiRo maxsos of property, and not unfrcquontly causo the lots of human lifo. Tho flood this timo has been very great and veiy Appalling. The Hunter bus risen more than 30 feet nhovo its ordinary level, and of course considerably nbovo the highest water mark of tho last Hood. As a matter of course, immense rna^sis of property have been cither hopelessly damaged, of'Hwepfc altn^othor away by the roinorsolcss inundation. On Inst Tuesday morning it began to rain* and con tinued to do bo steadily until tho afternoon^ when it poured down 'quick, thick, nnd heayy as a thunder shower,'* and to as to dclugo tho streets nnd surface of tho earth with streams of wator. During tho first part of the night tho rain continued* to pout down with great rapidity, t...

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HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. SPECIAL MEN IN THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 June 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. SPECIAL MEN IN TIIE NEW PARLIAMENT. A few names call for comment; uEothen' Kiog lnke, who brings into Parliament his broad, cle»r, masterly English intellect, his fmo culture, and hi* ' icobrook ' nerve, with his unflinching liberalism nnd contempt of all servility— qualities now in high demand for tho service of Reform. Mr. Kinglake, perhaps, will do his work best in the department of administrative im provement, and of questions relating to tho army. Jle is neither a pedant nor a circumbiciuionist ; nor will he tbc Ipss zealously or effectually pro^ecuto hie aims in the direction of Law Reform for having given up the wig and gown, in which ho served an honourable and not undistinguished apprenticeship, for the larger science of legislation. Mr. Kinglake, then, is a special new man. New and special also is Mnjor-General 11 Redan' Windham, a thorough Liberal, whose Parliamentary attack will alarm all military jobbers, pedants, and idlers. He may be expecte...

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PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 June 1857

PARRAMATTA Tub Late Rains. — At looking Iwok for a period of thirty-fire y«ars during our residence in the country of Cumberland, and after tho mo«t niaturo consideration, wo may nOl/m as much rain has fallen within the la*t nino months as during tho samo number of years of the before stated period. The wind has with little varin fion been all tho time from tho south-ffa'-t ; and fon Tuesday, from about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, until Wednesday, midday, it rained incessantly, blowing a galo all tho while. The bust covered houso could noarcoly keep out tho wot, and tho walls of many are ho saturatnd as to oauso settlements in the principal piers. Tho river rone to a greater height than it bus dono for oighteen years previously, nud great dost ruction in-Mt hivot -kon placo 011 somo of tho flit lands, for we ob served young trees of various kinds, pumpkins, fragments of buildings, largo dead timber lots of fencing, end two horses, the second just nlivo when pacing the bridge; tho sh...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 June 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE, (From the Sydney papers ) Damagk by tuk Late Stouh. — Owing to an extra ordinary volume of water, occasioned by tho fearful torrent which drifted over Sydney ou Wednesday mor ning, too Woolloomooloo Greek overflowed at its op proboh to the IXty, and at one point where for some dit. feinco it waa closed in, tho flood of muddy liquor roso to a height of innro than three foot'. A cabman named Nioholln, living on the west border of tho creek at this point, bud returned homo abuut hidf-iui-hour, aud gono to bod,.whon,.at about fitfo o'clock, ho and Mo funiijy woro surprised by tho curront'u invasion of their apart monts, and on turning out tho cub was found to. havo been pwopt into tho oretk, and to havo lmlgod at a ebort distance. Tlio t wo. hordes woro led- away out of tho flWl, and a number of M'jtwri»..Hi»ll'ri twin rcoovertd the oib, which, however, provod to hivo sustained C'hnidur- ablu damage. On tho mb-iidonco of tho water, NioIioIIh' tnnotuout presented a s...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 June 1857

CEofcf rnmrnt (Kajrttr. ; IMPOUiNOINGS. AtHinton, on tho 21th May, from Brisbane Field, by John Christian; damages Is: — Chcsuut colt, SD on near shoulder, 4 off shoulder, blaze down tho facc. If not claimed on or beforo the 10th July, it will be sold at the pound. At Stroud, on the 0th June, by Mr. Lynch, from an 1 cnclo&.'id paddock bolonging to the A. A. Company, at Stroud: — Bay mare, black points, branded No. 2 on near shoulder no other brand visiblo. If not roleased in 24 days, will be sold to defray expenses. At Now Freu«2h,on the Oth Juno, from Rothhuvy Run : — Red und white working bullock, MT off rump and ribs, damages Is ; rod hull, a little white on belly, ICC near ribs, damages £1 10s; yellow bull, SS near rump, damages £'1 10s. Also, on the 10th June, from Roth bury : — Chesnut entire horse, a small portion of white in forehead, a little white on front feet, long switch tail, silver mane, 1-K off shoulder,- N near shoulder, about G years old, broken in, damages...

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