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The Great Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION—DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
The Groat Northern Railway, NKWCASTI.K STATION — Down Tn.uns. Tv , .STATION'S. I i?,'n',,ly I)ist. Trains. Trains. MiK-s. Lkavi* — a. ni.lp.tn ja.m. p.m. 0 N°WIVmii j 7-noj 3 0( 7-.-J0 3- 0 n? ircvlnm ? 8- 0, 3-30' 8- 0 A .'0 ?Hit 'M. illnul ? '8'24'3Td 8-2 1! 3 C-t MAITLAND STATION— Ur Trains. BTfT. Stations'! 1 rains. Trains Miles. Lkavk— n.m p tn. a ni. p.m. 0 Ma'tland ? ? 8*4-5 4* 10 8*45 4*10 'Hexham ? 9 5 4 80 0* ;- U'30 'Newcastle ? ? ? 'OOOjo* 4 0'30i o* 4 Clje IJortkvit Cimcs, u -J o ' HOT11INO rXTf'NUATK NOIl HKT 1IOWN AI'OIIT IN MAMCK SATURDAY, JULY -1-, 1857.
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS MAITLAND PRICES FOR PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
COMIVLERCIAL AND MARKETS MAITLAND PRICES FOR PRODUCE. Tho amount of business dono during the week hns been considerable. Wheat has hold freely ot 8a and 10s per bushel for good samples. Corn has also ruled higher, and hay hat sold at ,i great advance on former quotations. These rates aro however but temporary, as there is every prospect of an early spring of feed for ; cattle. Seed wheat has been selling at 10s to l'2s. Corn j has fallen in Sydney, and also in Maitland. It fell yes terday. j Vegetables and Hay. — Turnips, Os per dozen I bunches ; carrots, 5s to per dozen hunches; onions scarce; potatoes. 18s to 20s per cwt., with a prospect of an increase; oaten hay, £'20 per ton; lucorue has be n selling higher, but has at present a downward tendency; pumpkins, 4s per do/en Poultry. — Fowls 2s, duck*; 3s, turkeys 7s, goes© 8s to 9s per pair. There is not much demand, aud tho prices arc low. Hutcbkhs' Meat. — Beef, 15s per 100 lbs. wholesalo nm'ton, 25s per luO lbs. Hctail -beef 3d,...
SEBASTOPOL SINCE THE SIEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
KE BASTOPOE SINdE TIIE SIEGE. Mr. Gowen, who was at Scbustopol in November last, gives us Rome interesting particulars fn»m that now 1'aiuouh city. The ltii'sian Govei nmeut are engaged in rebuildiiig it. Before the siege it was quite a populous place, containing, is Is suppled, Ab'iiv sixty thou*nnd j)i-r.sorn. When Mr. Gowen wns there there wero about six uiotr.unu poopiu in the place ; tover.d thousaml laborer* wero then engngtd uj)on tho works, nnd the number was to bo largely increased. The old city wan famous for its narrow aircets like Boston ; the new city will be built in squares, tike Philadelphia. It is also *aid that thoro are restrictions against tbo erection of wooden buihliiu'S. The forts about the city, according to the examinations of Mr. Gowen, aro only about half destroyed. Of tho immensity of the warlike material scattered with so much profusencsH about this celebratod spot. Home idea may bo formed from the f«ct t'uit tho Russians have already gathered over sixte...
MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. Since our last report there has been but few fat cattle or sheep offered for sale. Fat sheep of superior quality are in great demand, and any to arrive during tho next ten days will meet with a good markot. Working bul locks arc much enquired after, as well as milch cows. Result of sales : — 73 head of mixed cattle, at37sGdoach; 18 working bullocks, averaging £S 10s; a tram of working bullockS and dray, for £82 ; 20 head of cattle, cows and bullocks, at £3 ; 118 head mixed cattle, 30s to 52s; 20 calves, 18s to 24s Od ; 118 head fat cattle, £4 13s to £5 5s. DODDS £t CO. 2nd July, 1857.
THE CRIMEA AND THE TIMES REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
THE CRIMEA. AND THK TIMES IMPORTER. 'When tho Crimean expedition was finally resolved upon, Mr. ItuftaeU wa* requested by tbo proprietors of the Times to accompany the Guards to the Knit, and ho consented. Attaching himself to tho Light Division, he was among tho firrtt at Malta, G-dlipoli, and V.trna ; (eft Malta with the first batch of troops, and lived in oarap with the Light Division in Bulgaria. Tho Second Division being then first under orders for the Crimea, be accompanied it. and was present with it during part of the battle of tho Alma. Driven out of tho village of Boulijanek, a idiell foil through the roof of the cottago wboro ho was located ; he rode over tr- tho Maff of the Light Division during Hho attack, losing all his luggage iu tho transit, oxeopt one nin/le big of muccaroni. Ou arriving at the AIum, his horse being done up, he bought a pony from Captain Nobm, but at the clone of tho day, after the charge of tho Guards, this pony's leg was bro ken by a shot ; ami it...
MAITLAND PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
MAITLAND PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Tho water has uow subsided sufficiently for tho amount of damage in the surrounding district to become ap parent to a considerable extent. Many acres of lucerne ready to cut for hay have been destroyed ; vory many will have to bo sown again. Tho maize crop has been laid under water at Iona, Woodviile, Coolie Camp, L/iitilen, \- ollalong, Dtiumorc, Hohvarra, Brooks I«lat, Fishery Creek. Oakhamptou, Rutherford, Windermere, Oswald, Black Creek, WolUmibi, Cockfightcrs' Criek, and Farley. Little wheat may be expected this harvest. Flour will have to be b -ught by many till December, 185S. The inconsiderable quantity of wheat which can now he sown will be greatly subject to blight, rust, and hot winds. Lucerne hay sells nt £20 to £25 per ton ; maize, from 10s. upwards, according to quality ; Capo barley, 10s.; seed wheat, 10s.; potatoes, 17s. to 2Us. per cwt. ; maize risiug. D. C. CARTER, Auctioneer and Broker, West Maitland. July 3rd, 1857.
AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
AOENTS FOR TIIE NOIITIIERN TIMES A rmuhif. — Mr Bernard Xaughton lil'W.k Creek — .^Ir. Adam Mather, Flour Mills. llnrwin River — UrUhune nnd fpstoich — Mr. Wrilliam Bjyd firikbane Water — Mr. lrvinv Coulter Hingera — Cajisilis — .^fr. W. Millor Clarence 2'owji — Mr. Lvall Coohih — Cochfir/hter' 's Creek—* Mr. J. B. Squirs Cootuibarabran — Calfondoon — Darling Downs — Dungog — Mr. Thonaaa A. Barnago Dunmore.— Mr. G. Roberts Grafton — Mr. Johu Williams (layxxdah Goonoo Goonoo — ? Goulbnm. — Mr. Thomas Williams Grenford — Mr. John Bush Gulligal — Mr. W. Macguiro Hinton — Mr. Henry Atkins Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Jerry's Plains — Mr. Oliver Saunders Kiord, Morut/a River — Mr. William Briee. Aoc/tiituur — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Afacdonald River (near Windsor)— Mr. M. G. Thompson Manning River — Air. John Newby Macintgre River — Manila and Gxoydir Rivera—' Merriwa— Mr. David Munro Meroo and Long Creek — Air. Stephen Tuokor Milfitld— Messrs. Crothers and Irwin Morp...
MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
' MAITLAND PRICE OCTREE NT. Ale«, English, per hogahead . © 0 0 to 10 0 0 IJyau'c, per dozen ? ? 0 It 0 0 il 0 AlUop't, ditto . . . OUO 0 13 G At tho Maitland Urcnrorlci, purbhd. . . . 3 12 0 5 10 6 Ditto per gallon 0 1 -I 0 1 0 Sydney, per gallon . 0 1 0 Arrowroot, per lb ? ♦ 000 0 08 Ditto, West India, ditto . 0 10 0 1 4 fJjcno, per lb. ? . . 0 0 7 0 0 10 ling*, 3 biuliel, per dozen . . 10 0 110 Dark, per ton ? ? 6 0 0 Bread, per lonf of i Ibt ? » 004 OOb Driclu. per thousand ? « . 3 0 0 3 5 O Uutchori' Meat : Itccf, per lb. . 0 0 2 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto . * . 0 0 3 0 0 6 Pork, ditto . . . 0 0 0 0 0 7 Veal, ditto . . . 0 0 5 0 0 C Dnttcr. fresh per lb. . ? 0 1 6 0 2 0 Ditto, salt, ditto , , 0 I 0 0 1 i Mottled t-'ruitfl. per bottle . .0 1 9 0 2 0 Candles, mould, per lb . . 0 0 ft Wholo.nle. per lb 0 0 7 Chccio, per lb. . . . ? 0 0 6 0 0 0 Coffee* ditto ? ? ? 013 0|6 -'o:i|, per tori, delivered ? . 0 12 0 0 14 O Currants, /mite, per lb . ? 0 10 0 14 Capers, per bottle . ? ? 010 OlC C...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? 1 West Mai ri*.\N d Pciiool op Arts.— On Thnr&day lant Mr. Chambers delivered a lecture 011 'The Rev. Richard Harris ttarham and hi* Works.' After a few introductory romaiks on tho circumstances of his being asked to supply a vacant place in tho lec ure curriculum, ho gave to the audience a short but plying biographical skctch of Mr. lhirham, dwelling 011 tho various incidents of liis early life, which might be presumed lo have affected the direction of his talents in lator years. Tho locturer then, drawing attention to tbo two gieat pecu liarities in the mind of itarha-n, viz., wit and marvellous ness, procredud to truce tlieir manifes ations in various portions of his works. His legends, written in the namo of Thomas IngohLby, wcro for the most part veritable tnles, but (!r« ,ss .-d by his wit into such masquerade that they ini'jht bo readily taken lo be mere fancies, ilo read Lady Huiler's \ort»ion of the$Milk Muid'B Story, and then the legend founde...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF HER MAJESTY'S SHIP "IRIS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
SYDNEY INTELLiqENOE. ARRIVAL OF HER MAJESTY'S SHIP 'IRIS.' (From (he Empire.) It has for some time past been generally known that | the Juno, Captain Fremantlo, was to bo relieved from flervico on the Australia naval station, and the arrival here of H. M. S. Iris was looked forward to with some onxietr by the officers ot the Juno is well as of II M.S. Herald, natur&Uy desirous as they were, after a long crulso in theso waters, once moro to visit tmgianu ; ana when tho Iris mado her appearance in our harbour yea terday aftornoon, wo doubt not It afforded much pleasure to tho long-scrvico gcntlomenon board the above vessels. The Herald, as has been before noticed, was paid off on Tuesdayi but several of hor officers were waiting to bo relieved by supernumeraries who bavo arrived in the Iris. . , H. M. *hip IrU loft Plymouth March 10th, arrived at Rio de Janloro April 28th ; Balled from thenco May 7th ; touched at tho Capo of Good H0po, May 2*th ; and got under weigh from Table...
THE CASE OF MR. THOMAS ABBOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 July 1857
THE CASE OF THOMAS ABBOTT. &nbsp; The people of this colony are bringing into use- ful exercise a right which is seldom heard of in England, namely, the right of petitioning their representatives in the Assembly to redress any public wrong done to an individual. Fully pos- sessing as we do this invaluable privilege, how the heart yearns towards those suffering sons of freedom who, e'en at this moment, in the dun- geons of Italy and Austria, arc being scourged and tortured by their tyrant masters, their cries and dying protests reaching to no tribunal but that of God. This right, like others, we may, in the full knowledge of our liberty, occasionally abuse, by calling on our representatives to interfere in inci ters of trifling moment, fjt only perhaps for the adjudication of a Court of Requests. But the right is, nevertheless, a most valuable and im- portant right, and we know of no instance in which its value and importance becomes more clearly apparent than in the case of ...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE Fikf. in Kino-street. — A tiro broko out shortly after 2 o'clock on Thursday morning, at the shop of Mr. Staple, toy-dealer, King-street. Inspector McPherson, who was passing at the time, immediately r:it*«d an alarm. In* ppector Brown, with a-*irtfnnc'», was quickly on the spot. Tho door of the bhon was forced onen, and an ample upply of water being fortunately obtained close at land, 4ncc*j'wful exertiona woro at once mado to keep ihe fire under. The whop of Air. Whe-der, tailor, next, loor. appearing full of pan ke, Jn-pectors ttowu and McPherson forced open th'! door, when it was found that he smoke proceeded on'y from Mr. Staple's shop. A quantity of water was thrown upon the wall on tho -pposito side of which the firo was burning, and the com uunication thus prevented. The account book* were amoved to a plaoo of safety. Iu tho mean time Mr. 13 -wn, Superintendent of the Insurance Fire Brigade, ir rived with one of his engines, which, however, was not equiro...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857
Universal Penny Pontage niny now be most onflily nc. coinplished, so far U9 theso colonies are concerned, by a very siinplo amngoiuent, which is now Bubmittid for puhlia couhidcration. The former rate of chip-letter posts^o wns tliroopenee for a siuglo sliip's letter of hull-an-ouuco weight, that is at tho rate of pot* tori. The recent change has advanced thu rate to double tho sum. namely — Sixpence postage for a single hulf ounce ship letter, or X175K! per ton Now, whilst accept ing this high money rate of postage, enormous as it may at first fdglit appear, we do most strongly object to the pi Htngc weight of tho single letter commencing at half an-ounce, and do iuom. earnestly recommend that the postage weight should commence at one-quarter-of an ounce, yet at the same proportionate risen rate of money postage, iu tho following manner : — SKAl.Kn LKlTKIl 1'OSTAdK. 1. The Ronled singlo loiter to weigh one quarter of an ounce or under, thus nSMinilntitig to the continental postage ...
SWAMP OAK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857
SWAMP OAK OHEKK. Ono of tho Rhepherds ou this station lately found. I Tvirhin b tlf~.!-milo of the he id-station, the reinaina of a | whito tnnn. I vi.-itod tho s]-ot iu company with two or tbreo men, nbeu wo found a pair of boots, pieces of a check shirt, c ftton braces, a striped guernsey shirt, nnd a nair of fustian troupers, on or near the bones. Manv of the bones bad been taken away by tho native dogs or birdB of prey; but thu fkull, which was left, is (juito perfcot, and hears no appearance of having been injured I fry violence. Since death eiiHUod, of courso the body Deemed to Imvo been exposed to tho weather. According to (bo localo of the place where tbesn relici ©fbunmnity were discoverud, wo camo to tbo couclufion j that the unfortunate man had been making his way a cross the mountains adjoining the bead-station by night, and bad nlipped down over the side into the gully aud broken his ncck. Wo further considered, frotn several of tho front teeth being partially decayed, ...
TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857
TAMWORTII. Owing to tho reccnt flood*, husoes' has breu porioualy impeded. I have been a rouident in Tarn worth for tbo past eight years, aud I nover saw tho township iu such aerate, three parts of the householders having boon driven froui their hoiwen; nnd I fear eonsideralde injury ha* been su*t lined. I may further mention tlut I anti cipate no poti'nl oomninnicatiun for Rome d^yu to come. Tamworth, Juno H). 1857.
STATEMENT OF THE FLOOD RELIEF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857
STATEMENT OF THE FLOOD RELIEF COMM ITTEE. The statement of tho Flood Iteliof Committco we subjoin. The document speaks for itself. Wo aro still of opinion lliat ft was unwise to postpone the opening of a subscription, and the events which have transpired since that postponement occurred substantiate our o liniou. It was thought that the distress oeeasioned by tho flood was trifling, whereas the Flood Itolief Commit tee find it to be considerable. We coinineud, therefore, the following appeal to the special notice of the benevo. lent, and hope tlint our eonteniporarics in Sydney nnd elsewhere will give it additional publicity in tlitir columns. The Maitland Committee for the relief of sufferers by tho late disastrous Hood feel tliomsolvis imperatively called on, ut the present stage of their labours, to put forth a plain lint forcible representation of the aspect which affairs havo assumed siucu tho period of their last report. It is with much regret nnd pain that thoy find themselve...
TENTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857
TiSiN'JlfiHWELR The timc«- — as the clown said, 4* there never was such tiniep/' If U no great example to quote the oldeHt in habitant of these districte, unless we tnke tho moat an tiquated aboriginals but nevor wero such times in tho North — me-ining, of couroe, bad times; never Bnch a r«»iny Poa-«»n hs from Sept. 8rd, 1 to tbo horrid win ter Htormy day ol Juno KSth 1S57; never Kucb bad made; never, wnch mail delays; nevor Icaa intcrooureo ; juiver Hitch hunger and iniaery ; never Rueh h^geing of .tlrayn,; never such lo.-^os of bullocks ; never tmch fl iodp ; never puch a famine ; never suoU dtiUtliB ttuions aiJttT » novor puch lofltfts of human U7id. Tho ntvera xiiight be ppnn out to a never ending train, nevoi tholes. In is intonating to learn the way* and moani* gone into by head* of families and hUtionb to eke out a sub sistence. S 'oio have beef, but. do fait ; others beef and palt. but no fl -ur, ten, nor mjjur ; one has mutton, but nn'fl ur, ^;a withour. Btigar ; und anot h...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . The Elkctohai. Rom,. — Tho list of electors entitled to bo placed on tho Electoral Itoll for tlio united enmi ties of Northumberland and Hunter, and also for the county of Durham is now hiinir up at tho door of tho Police Office, East Maitland. These lists have been open to public inspection since tho 2nd instant, nnd will he open until tho loth instant. Tho Act, requires that tliey should bo hung up for public inspection for fourteen clear days. Tho lists arc neatly and legibly written, nnd the names are alphabetically arranged, which ren ders tho lists convenient for reference. We advise all parties to avail themselves .of tlio opportunity now afforded of ascertaining whether their names aro on the list or r.ot, so as that in case thoir names should not bo there they may make immcd'atc anplication, ami thus pro vent their disfranchisement. The lists contain the namo-i of tiU electors for Durham and SO V for tho united counties of Northumberland and Huntor. Th...