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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. MANNING RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. MANNING RIVER ( From the Fmnire't Correspondent .1 Steam Aoa in. — The prospect of tile renewal of atcam communication with Sydney, by occasional trips of tbo Kiuma to this port, has created great interest and satis faction to all classes in tho district. Other parties havo li.id a similar object in view for some timo, and had well nigh practically accomplished it; whether the projected visits of thu Kiama may keop it in abeyance I know not. doubtless it will depend mainly upon soino such conside rations as tho folleiwiug — that lior draught of waUr i0 suitable, that her charges are not exorbitant, and that the maul navigable parts nf the river participate Equitably of her advantage 9. If theso things are reasonably at tended to, as 1 opino they will be by the able director of tbo company to -vhom tho Kiama belongs, her trips hero will prove a great boon to tbo district, and a sourco of much profit to her owners. Again, then, we shall bs relieved of the tcelio...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EPITOME OF MONDAY'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

EPITOME 01-' MONDAY'S NEWS. Monday's papers contain the following items of dows, Mr. II oh has tendered his resignation to his constituents, anil lias ere atcd somo little political cxcitement by doing so. — A Chinainan nt tho. Lower Candamino ripped up the belly of Mr. Spinks, Hiiperintendent for Mr. John Miller, at Donhicca. — A School of Arts, lately established at Port Maceiuarric, is repoitcil to be eoinn ahead. — A newspaper is about to be started in this locality. — Tho Aryvs, of July 2ml, publishes details of n horrible mur eler committed near Avoca. The head of a wuman, and subsequently thu hoily to which tho head belonged, wero found iu different places. — The Courier of the Minet gives tl c details of an extraordinary yield of gold at tho Littlo Ilendigo Quartz Reef. Twelve pounds weight to tbo tub were procured, and even tho cradlings yielded 6 dlwta. of tine ttoldlo the tub. ?

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GOLD CIRCULAR. SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

GOLD CIIUSULAK. SYDNEY P ItlCUS CUKItlENT fOU GOT.O. Pur o*. Meroo ... ... . . £3 16 0 Adclong .. .. ,, 3 14 0 Tambaroora .. ... . . 3 14 0 Stoney Creek .. .. ... 3 13 0 Sofaln and Turon .. .. 3 13 0 Jlraidwood .. . . .. 3 12 0 Hanging Itock ... ... 3 12 0 Kocky River (clean).. .. 3 12 fl Omeo . . . . 3 6 0 English Sovereigns I per cent, proinium American coins at. a premium* Chilian coin rrt a discount. French gold and silver coin at a discount. N. WILSON, 227, Lower George-itrect. Sydney, July 3, 1H57.

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MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

MUDGEE. Fatal Accioent.— We believe that moro accidonto eiccur in Mud^eo than in any other town of it3 size in tbu colony — Within tha short spaoo of two months wo Imvo had to chronicle no less than throe. Tho first at Wilton's clcam mill; tho second that of a man falling from the r-iiif of a house near Dnro S'.net; tho third, hist weerk, that uf a woman beine killed bv a fall from a horse, on the road to Pipeclay Creek ; and now it is our painful duty to roport nnother. On Friday last an in. quest was held at Mr. Frost's public house, on view of tho body of JameB I.yncb. Henry William Mote, pain tor, stated ; I saw the deceased about half-post eleven o'clock this morning, at Wallace's public houto; I heard hiin uric for liquor und tho landlord toll him to get on his horso.and go homo ; soma timo alter this I saw bim go over to tbo blacksmith's ; on loaving the forge bo went towards home in full gallop ; when he arrived oppoditu Barry's, the auctioneer, bo was thrown off bis homo ; ...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS The production of wool in Victoria is diminishing, I while in New South Wales it is slowly increasing. The | imports of the colonies appear as follows : — lbs. New South Wales ? ? 19, 4(57, 503 Victoria ? 18,83:1,581 Tasmania ? 6,207,8^8 | South Australia ? ? ? 0,012,880 ! New ^alatid ? 2,100,280 | 61,74.7,108 Western Australia ? ? 403.228 Capo of Good Hope ? 14,500,173 00,050, m Tlio amount of gold coin Issued by tho Sydney branch of the lloval Mint during tho woek endod July 3rd, lum been 20,060 half-sovereigns. Tho amount of gold dust imported into the same esta blishment during tho week for tho purpose of coinage has been 1083 ounces. Of this quantity 90 ounces wero received from the Hooky lliver diggings. Tho gold duty collected was, thereforo, £183 14b 3d. The Western Escort arrived this morning from the Bi'verul tfold fluids, nnd delivered at the Sydnoy Ilrauch of the Koyal Mint tho following quantities of gold dn»t: — Kroin liathuist, 2.1 ozs. 7 dwts. ...

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SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

SOUTHERN DISTRICT. Tceha. — Those gold fields are very dull, do paying ground has been struck of late : if something don t turn up shortly wc shall loss the greater port ofonr popula tion. The Commissioner's Paddock is a perfect failure, 1 hoar of no party having struck a paying claim. Croker's party have been sinking on Graham s Point. I am afraid that the season is too far advoucod to work the bed claims to advantage, iho iter. 11 r. Belts baa arrived, and will hold divino service to taonw morniug, nt tho residence of Mn Brown. I belisvo some ar rangements aro to. bo mado for the Ileverend ges tiara oa to visit ub on co a month. Tumut. — The recently discovered Quarts Reef on tho Adoloug Crcok is maintaining its character, and bids fair to exceed tho anticipation!) originally eonceivcd 0? its auriferous wealth. Theto aro now about GO men fully employed, with ample room and remunerative em ployment for hundreds. Tho loose soil around tho reel is richer than tho most tangulno could ...

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PROPERTY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

PROPERTY CIRCULAR. Burg's and Bowes report the following sales effected by them during the week: — Several farms on the Parramatta River, near Pennant Hills, £20 p.T acre, credit. Tho following lots were quitted for cash:— 4 houses in Hyde, £310; 8-acrcfarm, hoiis?, Ac., noar Rjde, £205; 3-ncro farm, slab hut, Hcdlam Ferry, £1)0; 100 aero farm (Murvato), £1 per ,-ncrc, bou e near Double Hay, 6 rooms, detached kitchen, three-quarters of an acre of giound, £475; 10 acree 2 ! roods 19 peichos, Cook's River, near tho dam. Rocky I Point Road, £8 por aero; 3 aud 4 roomed houses lot ' from 25s. to Ms. per week ; one dry goods Btoro, George-street, £290 per annum. Mesjrs. Mort and Co. sold by auction (MO acres of land on the Nellicon Creek, near Rraidwood, with im provements, for £700.

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

? PRODUCE CIRCULARS. The arrivals of wool this week have hern principally ; from the north, and several well-known brands have ' appeared, and where they have been for 8, do, cither pri vately or by auction, tho pticeshavo he-n in favour of tho sellers. There is a good demand for wo d of oil des* 1 criptions, and prices may bo quoted firmer than the past ; two weeks. Tallow.— -Tlio arrivals hove been large, consisting principally of beef; 270 casks wero catalogued, but sellers have not in all cases mot tho market, being un willing to accept less thnn 18s for boef whero paukages have been first- rata ; beef, in hogsheads, realisod 40s. Mutton Tallow — One lot, told to the trade, £'-! i ts per ton, the only other one wns bought in nt £65, but purt wns quitted privately after the sale nt that figure. The hulk of this reason's boiling has arrived, nnd thcro will be a great falling olV in the quantity shipped during tho season 1 857 compared with 18A7. Sbeoppkins nre in demand, aud luuy ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Government Gazette. TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor General's Office. Sydney, 16rh June 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

tSoDcmmnu ©-urttr. TITLE DKKDS HEADY FOIt DEUVEUY. Surveyor General's Oflieo, Sydnoy, 10th Juno, 1857. The deeds spocified In this list beiuir ready for delivery on payment - f the authorised foo (to tho grantees or their agents duly empowered), it is requested that early application may he m:ido for thom at this ollice. Autho rities must bear the signatures of thu granteiB, attested by a magistrate. The feilrnro according to tho scale at Jthe foot of the list. Parties applying for dee Is are particularly requosted to stito the numbors placed against those they may require. 900 M'ln'osh .Tamos, Churchill, 8 acrcs, allotment No. 15 9C1 Ditto ditto, Hncres, allotment No. 10 907 M'Gregor Duncan, Mncquarie, 55 acres 972 M'Giuloy John, Northumberland, 1 acre, nllotmont No. 2 of sertiou I I 973 Ditto ditto, 1 aero, allotment No. 1 of section 14. 974 M'Clellaud Alexander, Parry, 18 acres I mod 18 porches, allotment No. 20 075 M'Clcllnnd Thomas, ditto, 22 acics 7 porches, al lotment No. 15 ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 July 1857

SYDNEY MARKETS.— Fiiioay. Wheat and Flour. — Moms. Barker and Co. : Tho combined causes of tho advanced prico of flour at Mol- I bourne with an increased demand here, and no. wheat of any account arriving to market from jI.q country, have operated to produce a rise during tlui woek of £3 per ton : fiKO flour bein^ now quoted at £23, and second quality at £21 por ton of 2000 lbs ; bran, 2s per bushol ; wheat, 8s. Mr. Breillat : An advance in flour of £3 per ton took place oarly in tho week, and considerable busi ness has been done at the rise, in oxpoctatinn of a further ; f' /ance. — Tho price at the mills is now £^3 por ton for fine, and £21 seconds. Ilaxall and Gnllego nre now held for 00s per barrol. A few small lots of wheat have arrived to markot, but the prico has boon quite nominal : for prime samples 9s or even more Jin.? been given ; bran 2s to 2s 0d per bushol, and very scarce. Messrs Furlong and Kennedy quote fino flour at £23, nnd seconds at £21 per ton ; bran, :2s Od pe...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] THE LAND QUESTION. To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. .£ TT-J do not identify oursrlves with the opinion t expressed I by our Corretpondents.] THE 'LAI? I) QUESTION. To the Editor of the Northern Timet. Sir— I ho land of Australia is the finest heritage of her peoplo and her greatest source of wealth. To make it easily obtainable by the farmer, and to prevent inju '.rious speculation nnd monopoly, should be the object of the Government ; and ns our present laud regulations nre everywhere condemned for their incflicieucy, I beg .leave to make tho following remarks. TMr. Gorrick, in his tssay which he rend beforo the School of Arts, advocates the survey of large quantities - of land fit for cultivation nnd their boing open for selec tion by actual settlers, giving the parties tune to pay for ? them ; but a great many small districts which aro rather out of the way. though not much less important, would lie overlooked by the surveyor, nnd any one desiring to settle in the selection he may have made in such distric...

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POETRY HORNYHAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

POETRY 1 HORNTHAND. By Charles Mackay, , How now, Hornyhanri, Totting in the crowd, 1 What fs thoro in t'nco or thine That thou srorncit me nnd mine Looking down so proud ? 'ThouVttho bee, nnd I'm tho drone I Not so, Hotayhnml! ?Sit beside mo on tho sward ; Whero*s tlic need to stand ? And wo'll reason, thou nnd I, 'Twruct the green grass and tho sty. ?'Thon canst plough nnd delve, 1 hon canst weave nnd spin, On thy brow fire strenkn of care, Iron-groy's thy scanty hair. And thy gArments thin. *Wero it not for such as thou, Toiling morn and night, Luxury would l««o itpg.uds. And the land its might; Mart nnd hnrbonr would decay, 'Tower and templo pas* away. Granted, llornyhnnd 1 High's the work yi-u do! Spring. time aowing, Autumn tilth, And lhe red-wine** lu^ty spilth, Wore not but for you. Art nnd arm*, and all tho pride , Of our wraith nnd state, Start from Labour's horn fit hands— j Labour high nnd great, i Sir* of Hvnty. friend «f Mirth, 1 blaster of tlx willing Earth. j 4t Yet....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

AB3TRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Tins Day. Mr. H. 8. Bland, at the Hall of Commerce, Newcastle, Household Furniture, Stock-in-Trade, &c. Monday, 18th Jult. Mir. T). C. Carter, at his Rooms, West Maitland, Damaged Goods. Tuesday, 14tb July. Mr. D. C. CAHT3B, on the promises, High-street, Fur niture. Maitland School of Arts. A GENERAL MEETING of tho Members will bo held on TUESDAY EVENING, tho 1 4th inst., at half-past Sevon o'clock, to consider tbe propriety of engaging a person to take care of the books in tho lihrary, to keep lhe hall cloan. and to attend to the reading mom, Other subjects will also be submitted to the meeting. A. ARMSTRONG, 3024 Secretary. A MEETING of tho FLOOD RELIEF COM MITTEE will bo hold at the School of Arts, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 14th, at Three o'clock, p.m. A full attendance of the committeols requested, as business of importance will be brought before the meeting. On and nftor this date, all communications must be made to the Secretary, as the attenda...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, July 10, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. {From our own Corretpondtnl.) Sydney, July 10, 1857. tne Wong* Wonga, from Molhnuino, anchored in our harbour on Wednesday night, apprising in of the arrival 5n Hohson's Bay at noon on Monday of tho It. M.S. Co lumbinn, which bringn intelligence ifrom England to tlie 17th May. As I write this she has just firod a salute betokening her approach. The English papcri, which I now forward, contain no news of nn important naturo either politically, socially, or commercially. Parliament was opened on tlio 30th April, and tlio exeitomsnt had beon turceedod by the calm whieh nually follows a general election. Mr. Krekn Dcnison has been elected to tho Speakership of the House. Tho Court waa in mourning for tho Duchcss of Gloucester. On Wednesday morning 130 of the leading members of the Wcsloynn Church breakfasted together in tho school-room of tho Centenary Chapel, York-street, nnd . exchanged their views on tho best method of founding a Wesleyan Collego in connection wi...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUAR1E. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE. (From our own Carretpondmt.) Seeing an extract from your paper of June 20tli rela tive to a meteor teen at Morpeth, I have lo stale thnt I also saw it at Port Macquarie, and tlio description coincides with mine. I raw it until within about ten , degrotB of the horizon It wat very bright, and was seen on a bright morning — a few minutes boforo It) a.m. on ?the 19th June. July Cth 1867.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON WOOL REPORT—May 16, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

COMMERCIAL. LONDON WOOL REPORT— May lfi, 1857. I Tho first series of sales of the netv clip commenced on the 30th of April, the arrivals to that dato consisting of — Australian, 17,100 ; Port Phillip, 19,004 ; Van Die-men's Land, (i(il3; Adelaide, 8L»42 ; ('ape, GS02; total. 59, 41 1. Prior to tho announcement of sales considerable stag nation existed in tho northern markets ; aud tho diffi culty folt by dealers m placing their purchases from tlio February sales at a profit, coupled with the fact that manufacturers could not sell their productions (made from the wools purchased at these sales) at a propurtion i ate advance, led all to look for casiei rates at these sales ; some, carried away by excitement, confidently Mitici pated a decline of -kl to fld ; others, bettor versed iu the . actual stato of things, concurred iu the opiuions of t!»» more thoughtful buyers, and a declension in price of lid to 2d was expected. At tho opening sale the attend ance of buyers, both home and for...

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MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. 1 oincu our urn report tint marxci nore una been wen supplied wlfli fat cattle, nil of which havo gone off nt an ndvauee on previous quotations. Fat ahoep continuo oxtremoly scarce. Teams of working bullocks in pood condition nre much in demand, and the samo remark applied to useful draft horses. Tlio wonderful oflbcts of tho rccont few days of fino weather, nccompanied with strong winds, in drying tho . roads and,. land*, are already agreeably perceptible iu much Increased activity in poneral business. Result of sales:— 118 heall fatcattlo, from lOfis to 105 ; 150 dilto, l'33s i 28 fal mixed cattle, 88s Cd; 69 ditto, 30a to 52s ; 7 calves, 18s ; 18 ditto, 2 'in Cd ; I pair. work- ing bullocks, £10; 4 pair ditto, with goar and droy, £82 ; 6 pair d tto, with gear, £70; 7 horses, £10 to £14 ; 5 dilto, £3 to £6. DODD8 & CO. Mnitland, fltb July, 1857.

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PARLIAMENTARY. HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

PARLIAMENTARY. HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH. 1 tie Lord Chancellor, nmln the silonco of general expectancy ! proceeded to read her Majesty'* gracious speech , which was n i follows:— My Lords and Gentlemen, ! We nre commanded to inform you thnt her Majesty has nvnilcd I herself of the earliest opportunity of having recourse to your I advice and assistance after the dissolution of the lust Pnrlinmrntt 1 nnd her Mnjcsty trusts that there will be found sufficient lime during the present session to enable you sati»fflctorJly to ile.il with various Importaut matters, some of which had cciupicd the nttcntiou of I'ailinment iu the beginning of this year. We are commanded by her Majesty lo inform you that the general aspect ofufTuirs in Europe aflbrds a well-grounded eonfidenee In the cnntlnuanee of pcace j All the main stipulations of the Treaty of Paris havo hem carried into execution, and it is to be Imped |hat what remains to be done in regarr* to those matters will be speedily accomplished. Th...

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D C. CARTER'S WEEKLY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

D C. CARTER'S WEEKLY PUODUCE REPORT. 1 Tho lato dry weather has enabled farmers to resume I their operations upon the lands not visited by tbe flood. I Vory few enquiries havo been m&do this week for seed | wheat ; but tho demand for barley bps increased. Corn | in small quantities is being brought to market, bnt th« 1 greater portion pf it has boon damaged by the .flood, and a largo proportion of the remainder (from the long fa continuance of previous rains, and tlio obsenca jra of tha usual porta at this ccasou o? tHo year) ® his not attained to ouch ,, a .state .'of . hardness raj as will enable it to ? bo ' fespt, ior , any. length Bap of time. The quantity of pallet com already reported!! to tho Kollcf CummUtoe to liava been lost amounts toSSj 4S1G bushels, ond. the namicr of acres of standing cornlra lost to bo 07 acres. Assuming the average yield to haw only 20 baohels to tho acre,' this will glvo a further cf 1G75 bushels. Mils Iom baa been abstained by 4slfl persons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

Printed and -pukiisjif^ ty tha Pjcprletor, a, M th» WoasttccrtTiacaOwisiU Prif/ilnaCficfa tfteh 6 Crest P . ; -Y«i Uaitoi', *3*9 Bwt&k'WfiiM, ^ - - ? ?' p

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