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CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 January 1857
Ckow.i Laxds within Titr. SErri.nt) Distiuci's.— I [ is Lxcelloncy the Governor iTeneral, v/itti ttie advice '1 ' tile Kxecutive Council, has been pleased to direct, that for the future, tho yearly rental for all leases of Crown lands within the settled districts, obtained under the regulations of 31st March, 1818, whether by pre-' mption or at auction, shall not be less than £1 per tquaro mile per annum.— Gtvernmail Guutie.
GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 January 1857
GRAFTON. On Monday, tlic 2nd March, at 11 o clock, at tho I'olice Odlco, Grafton — ,, ? . TOWN LOTH. Grafton, county of Clarence, parsh of Great Marlow : Lots 1 to 10, 2r caoli ; 1 1 to 30,2r8p each. sciioitms i.ot.i.' County of Clarcnce, parish of Gront Marlow, town of Grafton : Lot!)!, 2a 2r .'l!lp ; 32, 2a 2r .Hp ; 33, 2i 2r 2Cp ; .34, 2a2r'p; 85 to 42, 2a 2r aar.li : 43, 2.1 lr 2!)p; 11, 2n 2r lOp ; 45, 2:i 2r l!)p ; 40, 2a 2r 2'Jp. Upsot price, £3 per aero.
INSTRUCTIONS AS TO THE RESTORATION OF PERSONS APPARENTLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
INSTRUCTION'S AS TO THE RESTORATION OF PERSONS APPARENTLY DROWNED. The frequent recurrence, of late, of deaths by drown ing, al ter the vory brief poriods of immersion, seems to call for thu publication ol some simpio and explicit in structions 011 the (roatmont of persons seemingly dead. Only the other day, n fino girl, of fourteen years of age, lout her life at Newtown, although sho had only been soino three or four minutos iu tho water altoge ther. Dr. Marslm!! Hall, a member of tho London Faculty, and a gentleman of considerable cmincnco in tho pro fession, has recently mado a series of experiments on this suqject, and has pnbliahed his instructions in tho Lancet of Septeinhor last, which wo annox. Thoy are tho result of half a year's caroful investigation. Ho says— ' I wish especially lo put to the test of caroful experi ments the correctness of tlio dogma tlmt, if the heart has once ceased to beat, its action can never bo restored — a dogma calculated to paralyso our efforts i...
LIST OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS, [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
.1ST OF BIRTHS. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS, Registbred in tho District of Maitland, from 1-lth Janu ary, 1857, to the present date. Compiled from tho Registers. nihTlte. On tho 28th of August, 1850, Rono, daughter of Rose »nd Patrick Ilo^an, of Stonoy Creek. Ou tho 2nd January, William Jaraoi, ton of Sarah' and William Apployard, Albion farm. On tho 2nd Docmnhor, Emily Jane, daughter of Mnria Sarah aud Goorgo Turner, Walcha, noir Campbells. On tho 31st Docomber, Rioliol, tho daughter of Elizi both nnd names Vi illbatt, at itlorpoth. On tlio 29t.h Decetiibor, Mary, tho daughter of Alico and Daniel Curry, at Morpeth. On tho 4th of December. William Edward, son of Eliit and Edward Wat', of Rutherford, near West Maitland. On tbe 28th November, Suranol, son of Samuel and Isabella Lenr, at, sea. On thu !!)th Septouibor, at Bla'r Duguid, William, son of Josaph and Mary Ann Fletilier. On tho 21st December, nt Morpeth, Potcr Collinson, Boil of Lonina and Edward Charles Close. On tho 20th December,...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
IYITOUNDINGS. At Abordetn. on tho 12', h d.iy of January, 1857 Ono white steer, JH over J i-il' rump, like JH off ribs; 0110 strawberry heifer, JT otf thigh, ribs, and shouldor ; ono yellow ox, a heart near ribs, indwcribablo brand off rump ; one yellow -.ind white cow, JE off rump, 02 uuder, strawberry calf by her side, unbranded; ono red aud whito bn I, 0 months old, unbranded ; one white bull, about 12 months old, unbranded; one white ox, JIIB conjoined off rump, n cross near ribs, off ear marked ; one red and whito ox, pame brand; one Btiawberry poloy cow, SCOT off rib', O under, ear marked ; one brindlo and wuite cow, B1C off rump, ear marked; one brindlo and white hteer. like MI) with N under near rib- ; ono red bullock, IN wilb 2 under off rump, IN off rilw ; 01 0 red and white bullock, BIt off rump, 22 uuder ; 0110 red bulloe-k. white belly anil llauk, 3 nil' thigh, like 8 over 29-1 off shoulder ; one red heifer, like J off thi^h ; olc red and white heifer, al out 0 mouths o...
TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney, January 16, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
TITLE DEKD3 READY FOR DELIVERY. ourveyor-Qcnerars Ulhe-e, Sydney, January 10, 1857. The deeds .specified in this list being ready for deliv- I ;ry, oil payment of the authorised feo, to the grantees or thoir agents duly authorised, (authorities must bear tho signaturo of tho grantees, attested by a magistrato : tho fees arc according to the scalo at tho foot of this list,) it is roqueyted that o.irly application may bo made for them at this ofrtco. Parties applying for deeds are jmrtkutarhj requested to state tho number placed against those they may requiro. 405 Atherton Edmond, Sandon, 170 acres 408 Andrews Wil iam, Northumborlivnd, 11 acres 1177 I3ath Wiliiain, Junior, Walcha, 2 roods 1178 Ditto, ditto, 2 roods 1179, 1180 Hath Chris'.ophor, ditto, 2 roods each 1181, 1112 Bath Joseph, ditto, 2 roods cach 1 1 0-1', 1105 Droese Thomas Winghain, 2 roods each 1201 Bracker Mary, Aubigny, 2 acres ? '????' ' ? ----- ViltiO-i- . : VJ* .-.,,ucliuin'oo:U'ltit -- 1 a-'i - I V. I f« ilruep Eli...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ?Wednesday, January 21, 1857. ( From the Empire.) Tito Assembly mot at lmlf-past 3 o'clock. Mr. Nichols moved a series of resolutions ic affirming tho former decision of thu ITouso as to tho cm trot of Ihe Gurormncnt Domain nt Pnrramatla, and tin appropria tion of tho revenues arising therefrom. Jflor a pro tracted debate, in which ministers strongly -tf fended the course adopted by. the Goveinor-Qcncral tho . motion was carried bv 2.ri t.n 1 (i. On thu motion of Mr. Martin ccrtair roturns wcro ordered, to bo laid 011 the table. Mr. Robertson moved that tho division boll bo rung before counting tho House, on the Speaker's attention' being called to tho alisonco of a quorum. Tho question was ultimately . referred to tho Standing Orders Com mittco. The othor business standing 011, tlie pijper was tlion postponed. Tho House adjourned a littlo past midnight.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
(From the Government Gazette.) Diktbict IIeoistrakb. — The Rev. Thomas^ Dcacon lias boen appointed District Registrar for tlio district of Ipswich, in place of Mr. Alexander Iieattie, resigned ; and &-r. Henry Robinson Smith District Registrar for tho district of Chippendale in place of Mr. Philip Hewitt Sninor. resumed. Ipswich.— Uy a proclamation in tho Government G'fi jette of 20th January, tho provisions of the ' Act to amend tho Law relating to slaughtering of sheop, cattle, Sir.,'1 aro henceforth to extend to that town. Wee Waa. — His Excellency tho Governor- General, with tho advioo of the Exocutive Council, has appointed Mr. Charles Pitt Burne to bo Inspector for tbo pnr piwi ut' examining' sheop, and assisting generally iu carrying the provisions of tho Act of Council l'Jtli Victoria No. -27, hito cfl'oct, in tho Police District of Wee Waa.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
T.OCAI. INTELLIGENCE. Maitland School of Arts — A Meeting of the Committee of management of this. Institution was lieltl 011 Thursday evening. — Present, Messrs. White, Anhton, Re gan, Scobie, Capper, Sinclair, Sloan, Ward, Baker, the President, and tho Secretary. On the motion of Mr. Scobie, seconded l-y Mr. Sloan, the thanks of the Com mittee were directed to bo conveyed to Mr. David Palmer lor Ins etheient services as Uhannian, which oflico he had resigned, owing to his removal to Lochinvnr. Mr. Sloan tvas elected to supply the vacancy caused by Mr. Pal mer's resignation. The Committee thon proceeded to consider what arrangements should he made for the de livojy of lectures in the new building, it having been previously determined not to use tho Presbyterian School Room for that purpose, again from its inadequacy to hold the large number of persons frequently assemble to hear the lecturos. After a lengthy debate it was moved by Mr. Asliton, aud secondod by Sir. White, and unanimo...
PARIAMENTARY PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
VARIAMENTARY PAPER.. Bill to Equalise Dhay and WaroOS Tolls and r.Ncocii.iGi; Broad Wheels. — A measure having this object in view has been brought iuto tho Legislature It consists of eight very short clausor, tho import of which are, that tho 2nd of William IV., section 2, No. 1 2, is to be repealed ; tolls 011 drays aud waggons are to be equalised; and, after the 1st January, 1S59, overy vart. drav. wain, waucon, or othor such carriage both or all the wheels thereof shall be less than five inches wide in tho tyro, i-hall be lialdo .to be charged double. Tile bill gives p-raer to meaauro wheels of vehicles passing along any turnpike road before thoy shall bo allowed to go through ony tollbar at which toll is payable. It alsj providos penalties for non-compliance or obstruction in tbo carrying out of the Act ; and exempts market carts and carr'ages for tho conveyance of passengers and light goods, ? ?
[?] VARIETIES. COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. [?] Melbourne Punch. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
'tit1-;'./' ;;y varieties. COM fl :vhof.AL summary. y- . ,1 'M Melbourne Punch. Mn. l'i;;; :n j'jlooit* ins customary review of trade vreM'viv. i-.v-d cm»mercial statistics of tho month :»'t - ?: idci. Hi# information is collected front \ hi- v.)6si iii;tbc:ii.ir socrces,. and carefully corrected '?II th;- rnOiV.'-ii' «f Mi:;.;icat:.on. . . ETAI.3. ? . a-j-A wKiiimif-t Mr demand, and first qutlity joviTuigas Hi ': rcatl'ly- saleable at. a pound each ; Sydney .di i !.o, 15s. ' 19s.' 3d. ; dummy ditto, for gold'. bvc-lu-i'H1 ?s.iudwB, .ls.6d. per dozen — onu-anil- tiim: miffht - .-?? ? ht-'nnil.for.a clean parcel. ] In iron tnete is i i t tin change, Good pigs, if not fusty,. bitv« 'ifoipht muoh as'tcn pounds each. Huf'y samples arts Hi; laleable, it being found that rusty pigs ma'ce rusty bacon, and when once at tackcd by tr io m 1. it they are difficult to cure. A slight mo'-i.iiciil ? 3curred';in Scotch pigs just beforo Clniato:as, an,!_ a cargo of vonng porkers lY: JAiHoii'.-i fcu...
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MAITLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SUBSCIUHERS TO THE MAITLAND HOSPITAL. Tho nnnunl meeting of tho fmbaoriber* to tho Manbind Tloflpital, was hold at tho Hospital on 'Wednesday last. Th«» atfond«nco was not very Jurgo. Mr. Clonn, m Pro?! dontof tho Institution, occupied tho chuir. In nponin^ tho prnccodingfl, he etatnd that thoy bud a preut ucal of hiiMnciuto tranRnct, nnd tborcfore thoy onuht to proceed with it at onco. A report w-fi about to 1)« lAid buforo thorn, and. us Boon jh it \rAi re»d. th»« Soorotary »nd Com* mitteo would haTo to retire from ??Hice. It would there foro devolve on tho prt^mt moeting to cloct n new Secret iry, or to ro-olect tho old oiicnlong with a pmurnl and uctiut? committee for tl»e on*uv»K y^ ir. Tho Secre tary, Mr. L. Kinp^inill, then ro.id tho following KKVOUT or THE COMMITTEE, roil Tilt: Yiiut ISVi. 41 Your (!onirnitteo be^ lo snb nit their Keport for t.\'.e yenr ' Thrro rctnainoJ in ln-«ipi:al on the .ll^t DoncniVcr.» lSTrf), 2»i patieitrn ; receiv-».l as in-tlo...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
.hr; , 5$;' Utvhkcnit'i ( !e,t:u-ti ; or'~}fa -:- f. ! '-/« . jVi Hitters aud CitHolUj of Our (iruHttt'rifwr*, Hv.' Alox;\n.l-:r Andrews. I'iupinau aid Nothing is more pleas.uit ;ia a relief from liani r fading, lluu to turn over a fiU- of very old now;;-: ?pupor.s. Novv, ^1r, A !-: :cmi-,lcr -Aiidrv ivy tiipjiHo v--- with, ;;i fm't, tliu .cut'.inL'a oi' tiewspnj-.sTS ?- -i.-.d little lev un a — ot x\\r ii'it ccuttu'v. iui-l vt-rv t .uid |.»us&-i|)j)ing (hey arc. Tlio ar.\ til trmli. t.ui'l- cany of n frreii-.-e by bcit.j; en shrined iu pages nntl bound in u very poitublu ♦oluhie, a book not too big for tho rail or steam boat! a book tlmt may be thrust in a cnrpct-bag, and its tiioi-k presence scarccly known. \Vc have in ^tho volume information extracted from thc: lumber of Gazettes; ami news of a century old devoid of tlio tnustimss of old-world paper and print. First, of fashions; and of fashions, first of tlie 'lu'op, tin; niode.it model of thu expanded erino 'liiic of ou...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND, Thursday, 21st January. (Before Major Crummer, P.M., and Captain Smith) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
POLICE INTELLIGENCE Wkst Maitland; Thursday, '21st January. (Before Major C'rammor, P.M., and Contain Smith ) Mury C'obbio was charged by C ioatable S.urlott with a brcach of tho Vagrant Aok. Constable Soirlott de posed i.hat ho npprchendod the primmer in High-street, between 9 and 10 o'clock on Wedne-day evening; ho did en ksowin^ her to he a disorderly oh meter, having no fixed residence. Admonished and discharged. M.iry Smith waa charged with vagrancy by Sergeant Kerrigan. The latter hid found tho prinoner wandering about IIii-h-3treot on tlio previom night, and to tho beat of bix belief xlio always asiociated with bid character, and got her living by prostitutioo : prisoner had mado her nppoirance buforo the bonch on several previous oc cisiour'. Sentenced to two months imprison meat iu ilaitland coal. _ j i. y Mary King was charged with a breaoh of tho Vagrant Act by conatabie Ashor. Tho prisoner had bcon appre hended in High-street on tho previous evening. Tlio charge wm consi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
Haymond Terrace Regatta. EXCURSION ON MONDAY, T1IIC28tii INSTANT. rpriE H . R. N. S. N. Company's .Steamer FENELLA J. will proceed to Raymond Terrace from the Wharf, Morpeth, at Nine o'clock, a.m., punctually, on the above day, th-* ANNIVERSARY of the Colony's foundation, and for ihe convenience of those who may dc.sii e to form I'ICNIC parties, will land passengers at Spectacle Island. The FEN ELLA will cruise about on the river also dur ing the day. Fares for tbe Trip ? 5«. Children ? Half price. Refreshments at reasonable rates, will be supplied on board. TILMOUTH F. DYE, Manager. Company's Office, Morpeth, 19th January, 1857. H4G Hunter River New Steam Navigation Company THE n-lrcrl!aer will DISPOSE of SIIA RES. Appli cation, by letter, to A., ' Noktueiin Times' Office. . ' Maitland, 23rd Jan., 1857. 1183 Lectures. MAITLAND MECHANICS* INSTITUTE. ON the EVENING of TUESDAY, tho 27th Janu ary, at lialf-past Soven o'clock, a LECTURE will bo dolivered by Mr. II. W. GOO); A I.L, at tl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
W'.Viei' To IM i !) coYTO UV l v:; j. trrilfr (?- h? c; id -1 -r- ,? j- ?- '? ,/t' '- p-. 7 '-?' ^ f/; ? c.;.;/.-;?.; /t- I i . f i ' ? / »I /»-'//. -?!('* I'fi.Vr.';, /-; ?; !t:r 1 ! ?',--! 'r j; , Tl'.-.V^ - -j; ad- .''Vi lvrin v v., 'iViii(y-vwJ- v;.i Iicla, P. I' ? v 'i-- i VIM -» il T 'J W'Mv. Sixj-r,. ; *»?* I.,-*, 'P.,, ? h,'!.../ ; «?- i' for.t\rry ml.lliuM.;! n.»\'; ? p„n of Mi i:,cb. TI-: cj M.«; op v h: rn i:* r lo.w 'PI':M p- r r v J,..-,. ,n„1 ! it lH|n. .-i-; rt;d Km* -f uol u:,M„ iv,:. !?-,.?, Do- l'm.t tho vom nt of i'a.iJi iNitticu to discontinue AilveriisiM-n'iitr *m:Rt bo givon in writing on tho day pre\aouc to publication. OABDENINO and AnnifUn.TITUAL MKMO HANHA FOR JANUARY. KiTCn'N O %nnKN,..»!-lntu snvoyi, cnlibnRci. cnuUfloweri, broeoll. cclcry. Sow turnips uplnncli for whiter, cabb.iRo jtccdi, Frcuch - beans, turnip radish. Clrar ground of rnbbUh nnd deposit*, Traniplnnt young culture of mifllelcnt growth., Clear Rrouiut of forward ppkIucc. Water and gather n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. * —i. — Addresses, Wauled Situations, and Adcirlise ments under ticoUg tcords, only One Shilling. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' general fkMng ©ffict. 'TXTK bog to inform tho inhabitants of West YV A' ait'and and tha neighbouring district?, that we arejprcparedtoexccutoftll orders at tho abote Establish, inent, and hope, by strict attention, speedy despatch, combinod with a first-rato stylo of printing, to merit thclfipalronngc. K&ry description of Letter-press printing executed -'with ncatuoto and despatch. Hook-work, Catalogues, Postern, Billhc.ids, Cheque llooks, Circular!!, I.aw forms, Pamphlets, Show Cards, aud orery other description of plain and ornamental printing in a stjlo not to h« excelled by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly moderate. High-street, West Maitland. 101-1- Hunter RiVer Now Steam Navigation : Company. Steam to Sydney Daily MORNING Tiurs. rPHE Steamers of thin Company will resume the X MORNING TlUl'S to Sydney, from tlio Wharf, Mo...
THE GOVERNOR—THE ASSEMBLY—AND THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 24 January 1857
THE GOVERNOR— THE ASSEMBLY— AND THE MINISTRY. Mn. Nicnor-s' motion carried by a majority of seven against the Government, will have the effect of bringing three important facts, prominently -bil'ore the public mind for consideration, viz : — 'Kirst. wJinllinr llm Rnvnrnor acted with nronrietv in appealing to 'the Home Government for the solution of a question on which the Assembly had pronounced an opinion. Secondly, — whether the GovernoV could act in this or any other matter 'without the ministets twine held responsible for his deeds ; and thirdly, l ow far His Excellency has been justified in a.-::erling his right to the oc cupation of the Partania'.U Domain. We cannot coneeiv- any thing to be of greater politi'-al importance ;'i m the solution of the two am. questions. TI' the Governor has it in his powt.i to ignore the proceedings of the Assembly, and to appeal to the Queen whenever circumstan ces may bring bis views in collision with those en tertained and expressed by the rep...