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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. To tuk CmniTAnu;. — A poor woman by tlio name of Koherson, whose husband is a shoemaker, aud living in John-street, had to leave her place at one o'clock iu the morning with hor two children, undressed, and go to one of Mediant's houses. This place became flooded., and she then went to her brother-in-law's. Fearful that Maitlau l would be flooded, and finding the pains of labour coming on, she hurried to the Hospital, where sho was confinwtl shortly afterwards. Both tho child and mother are doing well, nnd although Very poor she is very grateful. Mrs. liriggs and Mrs Gorrick have sent her somo baby linen ; and it is only necessary to mako her case known to the kind ladies of .Maitland in ordor to procure further supplies for both mother and child. Maoistkiual Inquiry. — On the 2lst instant, a magisterial inquiry was held nt Furnborough, Black Creek, before C F. II. Smith, Esq , touching the death Henry Dawkins, then and there lying dead, and who was drowned durin...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOWE AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. Mchi)j:iiof Likutp.n'ant M'O.wwtou. or this 44th. — Wo take the following particulars of this digressing event iroiu the ttrightun (taardian of Sth April 41 On the morning of Sunday, 2(lth March, as one of the com missioned boatmen in the coa«t gtur l at Walmrr was passing along tho sands between thut place muT the dockyard in Heal, he found the body of a man lying upon the beach, his feet towards the sea. To all appearance ' he was dead, hut on touching him, he gave a convulsive clutch with both bauds, and thero was a gurgling noise iu his throat. The alarm was immediately given, nnd the body removed to the dockyard office. Near where the body lav, the beach on both tdd-s of the head was covered with blood, and at a distance of ten or twelrc feet higher up, towards tho land, there was also a quan tity of blood. Here nntl there upon the sands other traces of blood were observable. Not fsr from tho body a black thoru (tick was found. On examination it appea...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND PRICES FOR PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND PRICES FOR PRODUCE. Vegetables and Hay. — Turnips, Gj per dozen bunches; carrots, [-s to 6* per dozen bunches; onions scarce; potatoes, 18s to 20s per cwt., with a prospect of an increase; hay, £15 tj £20 per ton ; pumpkins, 4s per dozen Poultry. — Fowls 2s, ducks 3s, turkeys 7s, geese 8s to 9a per pair. There in not much demand, and tho prices ate low. Butchers' Mi:at. — Beef, 15s per 100 lbs. wholesale tnu'ton, 2 »s per 100 lbs. Retail - beef 8d, mutton 4d veal 5d, pork 8d, bacon (rising) 8d to Dd, per lb. Grain. — The business done in this market has not been very considerable. Wheat, 6s to 8s ; maize, 7s to 7s 6d ; English barley, 7s ; Cape ditto, 8s, per bushel.

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SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ S. d. £ 8. d Wool, fair to best, per lb . . 0 1 G to 0 2 0 Sheepskins, per lb .. ..0 0 0* .. 0 0 10 Tal'ow, beef, p. r ton .. . . 48 0 0 ..GO 0 0 Ditto, muiton, ditto ... ♦. 48 0 0 .. 56 0 0 Ditto, station, ditto .. . . JJ$ 0 0 48 0 0 Hides, each ... .. .. 1 0 0 1 10 0 Calfskins, dilto .. ... 0 2 G .. 0 7 0 Horns, per 100 .. .. I 10 0 .. 2 0 0 Wattle Hark, per ton ? 0 0 0 ., 0 0 0 Flour, first quality, ditto . . 00 0 0 ..20 0 0 Ditto, seconds, ditto ? 11 0 0 ..14 0 0 Barley, English, per bushel . . 0 (i 6 .. 0 7 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto .. .. 0 G 6 0 0 9 Wheat, ditto ? 0 4 6 .. 0 7 0 Maize, ditto ? 0 8 0 .. 10 0 0 Bran, ditto (scarce) .. 0 2 a.. 02 0 Hay, oaten, pressed, per ton . . 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Ditto, lucerne, ditto .. .. 12 0 0 .. 14 0 0 Ditto, market ditto .. .. 20 0 0 .. 25 0 0 Potatoes, ditto ? 8 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Onions, ditto ? 0 1G 0 ..1,0 0 ' aeon, per lb ? 0 0 8 .. 0 0 9 C loese, ditto ? 0 0 0 .. . 0 0 8 Uutter, dilto ? .. 0 1 G ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

IT in particularly requested Hint tiny irrcjiulni-ifcy in tho delivery of tho Nonkern Times lio notified at tho Office with ns little delay ns possible. in ordor tlint itcps may bo takcu to prevent a recurrence of tlio annoyanco. THE AGKNTS of tho NO 11 TH RUN TIMES are joqiuatc.l to so nil in their CiUAlU'IiULY STATE MENTS immeilinti ly in ordur tlmt tlio Accounts for tho Sunttor ending 30th J uuc, may bo forwarded without clay. Northern Times Officc, Maitland,! *27 lit Juno, 1857. /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wauled Situations, and Adcrrtisc ments under twenty jcords, only One Shilling. TERMS POIl ADVERTISEMENTS. Twenty words nml under, One Millllnpt every oridltlnnnl Ten wordt, tM*p-?ncej One In--2t, Three Slill11nf*s ; nml One and Slx|-«noc (or every additional inch or p.trt of an lucli. TRItMS OK SUnSCIIIPTION. Eight Shilling* per (Jumtrr when |uhl in ndvanccs nnd Nine ShUling* if not pnld within Koihtbun IMv* after the com mencement of cach Quarter. Notico to discontinue Advertisements must be given in writing on the day previous to . publication. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' (focral flrmtiug ©fficc. EVERY description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING executed with neatnesfl and dcspsUch. Book-work, Catalogues, Posters, Billheads* Cheque Book*, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlets, Show Cards, ftnd ©very other description of plain and ornamental printing inn stylo not to bu excelled by any other Es tablishment. Cltargcn strictly modcrato. High-street, Went Maitland. 101 1 ...

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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

COUNTY COUltTS. It is well, in tlio calm leisure of tho rcccss, to connidcr the vurious subjects of public interest which must occupy the attention of the Legisla ture when the members re-assemble. Tile Press have laid before the Public the proposed Muni cipal Bill, the new JMectornl bchcuie, and other intended measures, which nflect more or less tho ' public weal,' but they have been unaccountably silent on one subject, which appears to i:b second to none in respect to the amount of pjoil or mis chief it may bring t-- the community, we alludo to Tho County Court Kill, It will bo remembered that this was one of tho measures which the ministry were urged to carry out, and that being so urged, and being selfishly desirous of doiiy something to rese.uo the sitting from the appellation ol 'the do-nothing session,' they rushed a Dill through the Assemb y, and then tossed it into tho Council ; it there met the fate which might have been expected, tho Council did not sympathize in the desi...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

Tlio Groat Nortliorn Railway, NEWCASTLE STATION — Down Tkains. , Mixed I Sunday Dist. bT.moN*. Trai]lB_ | Trnin/ Miles. Liuvr — a. ni.jp.m.U. in, p.m. 0 Ncwcnstle — Honeysuckle: 1 7.30 8. 0 7-30 3' 0 l'oint ? I 5)J Ilexliani ? 8- 0|3-8()'8- 0 3 .T0 Ifij Mnitlnml ? 8-24 8-211 3 5 1 maitland station-up Thains. r-. » t. .... .. Mixed Kunduy SrAi.oss. Tra.n3 TrMl^ Milos. I.kui — n. m. p m. a m. p.111. 0 Maitland ? 8-46 4-10 S-45 4*10 , fij Hcxhuin ? »? 6 4 30 9- 5 -1-30 1CJ Newcastle ? 0 30 5- 4 !)'30i 5* 4 ®|e llotrfjjtnt Ctnics, HOTIIINO RXTCNUATE NOIt SET DOWN AlKiltT IN JtALIOE. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1857.

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

AGENTS FOR TUB NORTHERN TIMES Armidale — Mr Bornard Xaughtou libu'li Creek — Mr. Adaui Mather, Flour Mills, IJarwin River — Jhishane and fpswich — Mr. William Boyd Brisbane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter Ilingera — Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall Coolah — Cackfiyhter* Creek — Mr. J. B. Squire Coonaharahran — Callandoon — Darling Downs — Dunyoy — Mr. ThnmnR A. Burn&ge Dunmore. — Mr. 0. Roberts Grafton — Mr. John Williams Oayndah Goonoo Goonoo — Goulburn. — Mr. Thomas Williams ' « Gresford — Mi. John Bush Gulligal — Mr. W. Macguiro » Hinton — Mr. Henry Atkins Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Jerry's Plains — Mr. Oliver Stundors Kiord, Mornya River — Mr. William Brice. fjochimutr — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River (near Windsor) — Mr. M. 0. Thompson Manning River — Mr. John Newby Macintyre River — Manila and Gwydir Rivera— Merriwa — Mr. David Munro Meroo and Long Creek — Air. Stephen Tucker Milfield — Messrs. Crotbors and Irwin Morpetn — Ai...

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FESTIVAL OF ST JOHN.—ANNUAL MASONIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

FESTIVAL OF ST JOHN.-ANNUAL MASONIC llALL. Tho Annual hall siven by the Free Mtanns in honour --f tho f'ontival of St. ?! ihn, came off l*sc night »l tho I'rinoe of W.tltM Tnratrr. As usual on such oec**ion»«, the pit of tho theatre wu* b- arded ovtr ltvul with tlw bImo, and » ui igt ificuiit ball-room wai Hum ec-curud. Tho comuiitlce who hnd charge of tho festival, executed their trunt in u tixM'.jMiMl uitory m anner, nnd wo hnve ncv-*r ftuii in the l'iinco of \V.»lei», the cmbellinhu.entu proper to u b.ill-io ni, so fitly, m.d .triirttic*lly nrmti^ed. 'i'ut-rc w-iK an air of frt»dioojMt iih'f a touch of tmiuio iu the cmunos, tho luoi-oon-, tho iwwor* unu the loiuge, thnt cl'Hturci rmnd tho pil^torx. hun^' down tho boxis, nnd wrotthed thotUrM-lvcs -nj every -alien' point, that added gr», tly to tbj be u y of tho -coue. From tho g&llory, a whoio fomiciroio ol JIl unmt uptclully grouped, dipnnded, whilnucroM tho centre of tho sing-*, tt feUo»u w..s fl'.tctobod from tlo nppor ...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

MaiTLAUD PRICE CURRENT. Alci, EnRllih, per hogshead . ft 0 0 ti- 10 O 0 Ilyau'n.pcr doxen . . 0 tt 0 0 12 fl All-op's, ditto . . . 0 110 0 13 0 at tho Maitland Dreworlci, per hhd. . . ? 3 12 0 5 10 6 Ditto per gallon 0 11 0 1 0 Sydney, per gallon . 0 10 Arrowroot, per lb . . 0 0 0 0 0 8 Ditto, West India, ditto . 0 10 0*4 Oacon, peril). . -..0 0 7 0 0 10 Hags, 3 bushel, per doscn . . 10 0 i Hark, per ton 6 0 -- Hre.nl, per lonf of S lbs ? ? 0 0 4 0 0 6 Hrlcks, per thousand , . ? 3 0 0 3 5 0 UutchcrV Meat : Heef, per lb. . 0 0 2 0 0 4 Multon, ditto . . ? 0 0 3 0 0 6 Pork, ditto . . . 0 0 6 0 0 7 Veal, ditto . ? ? 0 0 5 0 0 S Butter, fresh per lb . . ? 0 1 6 0 2 0 Ditto, »alt, ditto , . 0 I 0 0 14 Hottled Fruits, per bottlt . . 0 I 9 0*0 Candles, mould, per lb . 0 0 H Wholesale, per lb 0 0 7 Cheese, per lb. . « ? ? 006 009 Coffee, ditto ? ? ? 0 13 0 1 tt Coal, per ton, delivered . . 0 12 0 0 M0 Currant* Znnlc, per lb. ? 010 014 Capers, per botllc . . ? 0 10 0 16 Corlu, per cross ? ? ?...

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THE FLOODS IN THE HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT. RELIEF TO THE SUFFERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

THE FLOODS IS THE HUNTER IUVER DISTRICT. hki.ikf to tmk surrEttKrt*. (From the Em/tire, Thitrithn/, June 25. ) A prcliminnry meeting of prrsnns f.ivooraUle to rendering n*«l»tnncHt» tt»c »«nVTtn fr»vm tl^eiHiaitroiu Uoottt In the ttwntvr Itlver nintr ct, wai helil on Wwtnwilay afternoon, nt the U«»yal Hotel, for the purpoie of considering thr propriety of convening a public meeting op -n the «ubject. There were about thirty penile. Inen proent, mnongat whom werrthc flight Worshipful ihc Mayor, the lion. O. Allin. M. Mr Jonei, M I'., Mr. O.mlon, M l'., Mr. I'Milington, M.l', Mr. Wrckra, Ml*., Mr. Hoo«i, M Mr. Irving, M.!\. Ilcv. J. Writ, llrv. S. C. Kent. Mr. A. Moe. mthur, Mr. J. Dlckmn, Mr. Jnmci Patrr«on, Mr. S. Cohrn, Mr \V. Deane, and Mr. Kchx Wllion. At h.ilf p.nt three o'clock, the Hon. O. Alhn was voted to the chair. The Chnlrmnn opcwevl (tic luuineti by reatllnp the atlverlitctnent convening the meeting. Mr. Jonn then briefly expl*lne-l the clrcurn*t.ineci under which the me...

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BRISBANE WATER. AN ACT OF HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

BRISBANE WATER. AN ACT Ol' II KIIOISM. Tho following hitter hn* been iddre««d tn the Sydney I Morning Herald, by t\ correspondent who *»i-n« hitunuil ?? LiUtUmU',' Irani Emt Gewford, IPi-domo Water. 41 SlR— Tho following net of heroism, in tho mend cati«o of hummity, hud it occured in tho mothn- f-nntn , would hftvo been lauded by tho pre**, uuu rewarded by t-bo ho-towul of the medal of hoiiio *f tho hii'mino flooloties ; you, therefore, hi Editor if tho mo«t influx tint newspaper iu thu colony, will doubtlefcS give it pnhlfolty. During thn droidfnl storm which raced on T't'**day evening, the Kith infant, tho korch Rdnbow, undor the command of William lloyd, biy nr. anchor laden with timber, in tho hnvmt of Foniml. The nig^it w:i« dark ft* pitch, tlio wind howling nnd whirling in fearful pu»ti*, shifting from S. to S.W., S.E., I-!., cuieiuu the Pfrl to ri»o mnuntuin-i high, nnd brewk with fearful violenoo on thn hnaoh. Notivith»t inding every « IT »rt of tho orow, tho Itdnhow drove ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SCONE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SCONH. (From ojirown Correspondent J uc have hnd a treujondons flood of waters tip liore, in fact such a flood a* has not occurred for mnnv years puflf. The oldest aboriginal docs not remember hiving h en nuything like It. Tho water entile dawn from tho moun tains with such forcu lliut tho creeks could not carry it oti fast enough, nnd consequently tho Water overflowed their banUfl and inundated the honscH on either tdde. Most of tho houses bad three feet of water in litem, and would havo been swept away hnd the rain continued. A groat number of men on horseback crossed and re crosscd the current repeatedly for tho purpose of *a» Ing tho lives of tlio men, women, aud childicn who hnd con f;rogntcd on tho hanks of tho creeks. In doing this tho loraomen freely risked their live*, fur the current was running ko stronglv ns to rondel* it difllcult fur hor.-o or man to keop on his feet. One young woman named Elizabeth Mngrath, a Horvant ofMr. Smith, was unfortu nat...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. THE MINISTERIAL REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE THE MINISTERIAL REFORM BILL. The Sydney Morning Herald of Tuesday makes tho following rfcmt-oftioUl amjouuceiaont 'V/d«rtf enabled /to inform our readoro that the C*bici(:t b/ivA decided upon tbe #r«at .principle* of the Ehiotval Bill which tUoy prwiu&tai to bring for wiird.' \Vo ropuut 1 this is the battle-ground of the future* SHutild tlio moaauro find tho support of tho n»'J -rlty, v vrl I no doubt pu*s rapidly,— if hot a voto Ph uld he tukoo upon ir* lending principles, |*nd thecountry will hive to declare how far its views uro represented in th« Assembly. First. The BUI will add forty members or moro to tho present H -Uv . 11 S.*c« n '. I»s will dMrllinto them on thobad^ of po u l:tti »n, bur. in proportion to distance,— principled of ro»l iff. nominal ^q'ulity. 'Third. Tn« pve.-otnft fr-vnchi-«o will remain, all tcohni* oil olHtHobrfl to iu tijc trciso lieitig remove1. Tims every oleetor will havo u« much latitude 'ih to changes of n— aidenco ns i-*...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. Tlio Ballanrat Times givm tho following curious ac count of the alleged capture of on'.* ' Mosro Henry Cobea, who, , 8-»\no tiin-J ago absconded from UaUaarat with £2 -.00() :**— 1 1 will ba in the recollection of many of onr folders, tspjeially iunougst tho mercantile community, t :at a *c«r and a-half ago, Morro Henry Cobea, partner of .Mr. CunstanUue Iil-'ssig (firm of II. Cobea atid Co.) absconded from Ballaurat with, it was suppled, i.bout £20,000, Intelligence h;;s just reachcd u-» of his capture, and under circumstances w.tieh mrroiiud the occurrence wuh more than ordinary interest. It appears that lho fugitive having leached Sydney, proceede I to .Sin gapore, liungkong, San Friuiei*co, L\ Gran*e (New Orleans), Liverpool, ar.d at h-ngth arrived in Lon don. Having reached the English metropoli*, he oiicceeded in obtaining an Kn^lisli patibport frotn Lord Clarendon, founded upou an Au-irali..n certificate of Daturali^ation, whieh »-ated thnt be ...

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MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. Our stock market here continues very bare, which is not surprising, when we consider that wo have now arrived at the shortest day in the year, and for ft con siderable time past have been visited with a continuance of rainy weather never before equnllod in the memory of tho oldest colonist now living, aud that a fluod, almost unprecedented iu its character, has within tho last few days inundated the whole country to such an extent u to put a 6 top to all travelling, as well as to tho transact* ing of almost all kinds of business. We do not perceive that prices arc very much aficoted by t lis state of things at present, the trade satisfying themselves with buying just to meet immediate necessities— probably expecting tho presont fine weather will bring forward cattle anu sheen which have boon detained by tlio impassable state of the roads. Working bullocks, in good condition, as well as milk ing cows, are in great doniand. Useful horses, of all kinds, are lunul...

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PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN, AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN, AT THE MILLS. Per 1001b«. cash; if booked Is, additional. Firsts. Seconds. Bran, s. d. s. d. s. d Nicholson's ? ^1 0 ., 19 0 ..10 0 Solomon, Vindin, & Co/s .. 20 0 .. 18 0 ..10 0 1 ho millers appear to be unwilling to fix quotations, owing to the uucermin tone of tho Sydnoy market.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. I he introductory iecturo to the winter season was delivoied last nicht, to a largo and highly delighted audience, by Dr. Woollev, Principal of tho University. Among thoso present we noticed tho Hon. A. M. n'Hickctt, V P., in the chair, tho Hon. Mr. Plunkott, the Hon. Mr. Allen, and Mr. CJ. W. Allen, Mr. Riehard Jones M.P., the Rev. f)r. Iloelzcl, and many gentlemen distinguished fur their attachment to literary pursuits. The lecture, which occupied an hour and a half in delivery, was a beautiful piece of mosaic work of lino thoughts and brilliant passage;), in which tho 'earning of the scholar and tho warm heart of the philanthrophist were combined. 'J he lecturer took an extended view of the scope and object of such institutions as the ono he was addressing, and placed thorn on an olovatodstaudard as regards their capability and usefulness. Ho pleaded, with tho geniality of soul that is characteristic of the man, that they sho...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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THE LATE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 27 June 1857

THE LATE FLOOD. The flood bas nearly pasnid nwuv, and the ground is being dried v»ry rapidly. A flue dry healthful breeze! has been blowing for many days past, and this, combined with the watmtli of the noonday sun, has hud the mual oflect upon the niprct of the country. The waters of the mighty inundation li'ivc pa*sod away almost as rapidly as they came, and through the H.iinc channels. The points of ingrosB have also been tho points of egnflg. This has been the case at Narrowgut, at Bnlw.irra, nt Hall's ('reck, at Wallls's Creek, and at many other places— through theso channclis tho water is still being discharged. Tho vast sea, which hut a few days ago tiurroumlcd Maitland, is hot divided into many separate lagoons. Most of which, if drained at all, will havo to h» drained by human labour. It would bo easy to swell out our report bv mentioning all the places at which the flood is abating, aud by mentioning tlio rate nt which the abatement has occurred. Such statements, however, ...

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