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PALMERSTON ON THE ELECTION OF THE SPEAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

PAL.MEU-STON ON THE ELECTION OF THE ! SPEAK EK. Lord Palmcrston. who was received with much chccring, tald— Mr. Speaker, I cannot forbear saying a few words to congratulate you most sincere!, upon finding yourself in the high and exalted position in whieh the dectsinn of this House hns placed you. it must be a matter of well founded pride and gratification tb any man in the land to be made president or director of that whieh I am not saying too much in affirming it to be, the greatest nnd noblest representative assembly in the world {Cheers.) The position which you now occupy is one of the highest to whieh a commoner of this country can aspire, and from respect for your character and a kuowledge of your eminent qualities, I am glad to find that the House has made so wise nnd proper a choice. Hut, Sir, in congratulating you upon the dignity to which you have j been raised, I cannot shut my eyes to, and I am sure that you have 1 not disguised from yourself the difficulties of. the ard...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

MAITLAND MARKETS. Trade Is firm. Thero is no advance on our last week's quotations. The following are tho mill prices forwarded to us to-day for publication ; — | Firsts. Seconds. Bran. I 8. d. g. d. s. d | Nicholson's... ? ? 22 0 .. 20 0 ..10 0 Portus's ? ? 23 0 .. 20 0 ..10 O Per 100 lbs. cs«b : !-' WiVed Is. additional. i

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LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA. We (Times) havo received the following telegraphic despatch from our Berlin correspondent : Berlin, May 13. ' The Empress of Russia was safely delivered of a son on Monday. 11 Tho King of Prussia has presented Prince Napoleon with the order of the Black Eagle. ' His Imperial Highness will leave this on Friday, for Dresdeu.'

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. New Wrhlevan CiiArEi. at Kast Maitlavd. — On WcdneKiluy last the fimmtation stone of a new Wusloyan Clinpol w:is laid at East Maiil.ni-l in presenco of a lar^c number of spectators. Tho initiatory services w. re conductoil l-y tlio llcv. B. Chnpman, the Itev. J G. Turner, nnd tho Itev. Jlr. Woolnoneh of Newcastle. The stnnc was then laid by Mr. Joseph FMo Pearce, who stated tho circmn-itaiicea mulcr which they had assembled — namely, to lay tbo found. it'.on siono of an edifice designed to do honour to God, and which on tlmt ac count was a mattor of great importance. The building they w--rc about to commence would have the Truths of the Gospel preached ill St, and the day might »rrive when thousands would bbss God for its erection. Mr. I'earce thi n exhorted his bearers to exert themselves to tho utmost in causing siniilnr structures to bo erected nil over the land. The Uev. 1$ Chapman then addressed tho assembly. He felt thankful to God for the pro pitious stato...

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Home News Office, Saturday Afternoon. May, 16th, 1857. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

Home News Office, Saturday Aftornoon. May, IGth, 1867. FRANCE. By a fiction which great personages find now and then very convenient, tho Grand Duke Constantino will be Mtpposed to quit Paris two days before ho bodily turns; his back 011 it. An apartment has been talun at the ?Hotel.du Louvre for him and two or three of his attend- 1 ants for that time, and, like Jupiter when bent on a pri vate excursion eartiiwurd, lie win Jay asiue 111s spienaour for forty-eight hours, in order to run about Paris unen cumbered by state. Ho anticipates a good dfal of ninusomont, and doubtless of instruction, by thus dc seendiug to private life. Ho will probably visit during that short holiday the theatres of the Boulevards, may dine at a 40-joi/j restaurant % or, seated among bonnet , toitrlourou*, and moutur ls , enjoy a laugh at tho plea santries of Uringalct, or sympathise with the domestic sorrows of Guignol. In a word, the Grand Duke entors private life for a space, aud he is determined to mak...

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FLOOD RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

FLOOD RELIEF FUND. The following letter, from the Governor General, and extract of a letter from tho Archbishop of Sydney, havo been kindly handed to us for publication by the Very Rev. Dean Lynch. They will doubtless bo read with interest by our rcadors : — ' Government House, 8th July, 185'. ' My dear Dean Lynch - I was up tho country when I first heard of the disastrous flood nt Maitland, nnd on my return to Syducy, I found that, owing to what now appears a misapprehension of the amount of injury done, the move which was about to be made for the relief und assistance of the sufferers from the flood was stopped. 1 see, however, now from the appeal of the Relief Committee that the wants of the inhabitants of Maitland and its vicinity arc more urgent than I had supposed them to be: and I have therefore to beg your occcpUncc of the enclosed chcqoc for L20 ns my contribution and tlut of Lady Dcnison to the fund for the relief of tho sufferer* ?* liclleve inc, yours very truly, 'W. DEN...

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

fipiIE AGENTS of tho NORTHERN TIMES are JL leqocated to send in their QUARTERLY STATE MENTS Immediately in order that tho Accounts for tho -quarter ending 30th Juno, may bo l'ortTardoU without -lolay. Northern Times Ofiice, Maitland, \ 27th Jnno, 1857. J IT is particularly roquoit^d Hint any irregularity in tho delivery of tlio Northern Times be notified ai 'tho Officc with .m little doluy as possible, in ordor thai tleps may bo taken to prevent a rucurrcncc of tho annoyauro. Cfrt Circes, HOTIIINO KXTKNUATK NOB SKI DOWN AUU1IT IH MALICE SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1857.

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

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted. Situations,' and Adcertise menta under twenty words, only One Shilling. TERMS FOR ADVBRTISEMRNTS. Twenty wordt and under* Ono Shillings every additional Ten Kordi, Slspcnce j One Inch, Three Shilling* i and On* and Sixpence for every additional Inch or part of an Inch. TEflMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Eight Shilling! per Quarter when palt! In advancc ( and Nine Shilling* If not paid within Fourtibn Day» after the com mencement of each Quarter* Notico to discontinue Advertisements must bo givon in writing on tho day previous to publication. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' (Scncrnl flriirtiitg ©ffce. EVERY description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING exoeutcd with neatness and despatch. ? Book-work, Catalogues, Posters, Billheads, Chequo Books, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlots, Show Cards, and evory other description of plain and ornamental printing in a etylo not to hg excelled by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly moderate. High-street, West Maitland. 1014 Hunter...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. MAY 17. BY THE "COLUMBIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. MAY_17. ? BY THE ' COLUMBIAN.' Parliament was opened on tho 30th April by Commis sion. Mr. Evelyn Dcnison has been choscn Speaker. On the night of lfith May, Lord Pnlnierston obtained have to bring in a bill for tho admission of Jews to Par liament, by substituting one oath for the oaths of alle giance, supremacy, und abjuration. Mr. Montgomery Martin ban laid beforo the House of CummonH a petition praying that tho New Reform Bill may bo so framed as to make provision for the repre sentation of tho colonies in the Imperial Parliament. So far as his scheme ban transpired, ho contemplates 20 colonial representatives, viz., five for Canada and it* tributaries, live fur Now South Walcfl, three for tho West Indies, three for tho Cape, nnd four for ihe Mediter ranean and Channel Islands belonging to Grnat Britain. The Committee on the Law of Libel was to commence its sittings on the lttth of May, at 1 o'clock, for tho ex amination of witnesses. At the E.tst India Hous...

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THE NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE.—II. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

THE NEW COMMISSION OP THE PEACE.— II. The moro wo scrutinise tho Now Commission, the more indignant do we feci at tho Government for having insult«il tho country by its issue. We ?ncknowli'dito that the ta--k before them was not of 'the iiiosfc-c.isy naturu. Tim qunlitiea necessary to m:iku n wind magistrate nru not very commonly diffused throughout the bulk of tlio community. 'Only in rare instances do we see the typo of a perfect Justice. For the most part our magis trates do not come up even to the standard of Mr. ?Justice Shallow. With a 'contemptible vanity' they plume themselves oil their dignity, while their ignoranco of the most common principles of law is ?only equalled by their disregard of those nf justice. ?Thero would seem, too, in this colony to be a pre 'mium on ignorance, since, taken as a whole, the natural and urqttired talent* of the magistracy are ?considerably below those of the rtBt of tho colo nists. Many of them display meaner capacities than tho aborigines, ...

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HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. MR. DISARELI. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. Mil. DISRAELI. (From the Times, April 2 .) How much depends upon a name! Call a man 'a political advent urer'1 and you have done for him. A pious horror rises at the very word in tho breasts of respectable funded or landed proprietors. They begin to think of revolution, disorganisation, and agrarian laws — or, if they think themselves safe from outragefs, it is only to exchange alarm for disgust. What a low fellow must a political adventurer be, — a man who has no poli lical pedigree, no title deeds, no rolls, and who 44 does not write himself 4 Armigero' in any bill, warrant, quit tance, or obligation !' The namo carrios with it Gipsy associations to them, an odour of booths, of fairs, of what is called 44 low life,'' and of all thoso scones in which dark-looking men with long hair are seen penetrating through tho mystery of this sublunary system, and taking steps for getting their pnor share of tho general scramble. How can we trust a political adventure...

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THIRTY DAYS TO AUSTRALIA. (From the Home News, May 16.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

THIRTY DAYS TO AUSTRALIA. ( From the Home News. May / 10. ) There is something startling in this announcement, because people have no idea evon in theso days of pro gress, that a voyage to the antipodes could possibly be eflectcd in ono month ; yetwhyimt? Wo understand that tbo Government contract for co iveying the mails is 60 days, say (-0. Mr. Clare, jun , of Liverpool is pre pared to build four iron mail ^enmers of 10,000 tons each, that shall average 20 miles per hour, for the sum of £100,000 each — boats that, in case of war, could bo applied to the Government transit of troop*, &c. Now, what would be the result of shortening the voyage to Australia to 30 days? In the fir-t instance, we are re ceiving £20, 000, 0u0 sterling in gold annually from that colony ; the interest upon that sum for one month (the time saved in conveyance,) would be XhiO.OoO, and tho draft to tho same amount, having another 30 days to run, would makcatual per annum of £1 ,0fci0, 000 in terest, w...

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

I LADIES' COLUMN. Mrs. Stowk. — Mrs. Stow© is yet In Paris. She lives retlrod in the Faubourg X^tssonniiio, ftnd sor.n hut littlo of Americans. She does this In order to devote attention to tho Ktudy of French. I leam thnt ab$ is translating into English, with tho viow of publishing in the United States, L'Amottr dant le Afarriaye (Lovo In Wedlock). It it nlso said that sho 13 preparing for tho press a work I on cue poorer ciosaos OI XiUropo, a aor* Of uiisiu xoni in ! white society. At tho reception of M. Biot at tho French Academy, a few days ago, Mrs. Stowc, who wo* | present, had a grand success of curiosity, oven id that ! assemblage ot lion* and tho lioness of the literary world. u Dred ,f has not yet appeared in Froncli. Tne Honorable i Mrs. Norton and the Sadies of Lord Elgin's family, are among the few frequent visitors at the house of Mrs. Stowo in this city. — 1'aris Corretpondent qf the New York , Times. Good Caimk ron a Divorce. — An Eastern lawyer writes U9 as follows ...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Lord John Russell and Mk. Spurouon. — Tho Rov. G. H. Spnrgeon ou Sunday again occupied the Music hall of tbe Surrey Gardens, when nn unusual anxiety appeared to be manifested to hear this increasingly popular preacher. If anything tho audieucc was larger than heretofore. At half-past ten o'clock the rush was tremendous ; ten minutes afterwards the building was crammed, nnd the doors were closed. Among tho com pany were Lord John liusstll, Sir Ja*nes Graham, Lord ! Stanley of Aldcrley, and a number of members of Par- . lii-nient. l»Ie dolivored a discourse from Proverbs xviii., 24, 'There is a friend that stickoth closer than a brother,' which was marked by his usual characteristics. It wus forcible and fluent, powerful aud pungent, fertile in imagination nnd happy in illustration. Carriages and vehicles of every description lined tho ndjoining streets, very plainly bespeaking thn character of the audienco. On retiring, Lord John Russoll and Lord Stanley of Aldcrl...

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

ATiP.NTS l?nn TUT? V/lZ-T»7Tnnar nrirno ? ~ ? *.»w 4 4-uaa Armidate — Mr Bernard Naughton ' Black Creek — Mr# Adam Mather, Floar Mills* Rartoin River— Rrishanc and Iptmch— Mr. William Boyd Brisbane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter 1 Ringera—' Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall Cooluh — . ' Cockjighter's Creek— Mr. J. B. Squir* Coonabarabran — Callondoon — . ? ? 1 Darling Downs — V: « Dungog— Mr. Thomas A, Burnage Ditnmorc.— Mr. G. Roberts Grafton — Mr. John WUIiamt ' Gayndah Goonoo Goonoo — Goulbnm. — Mr. Thomas WUlUms Gresford — Mr. John Bush Gvlligal — Mr. 17, Macguiro flinton — Mr. Henry Atkins Hanging Rock— Messrs. Davis and Bradford Jerry's Plains — Mr. Oliver Stnndera Klord , Aloruva River — Mr. William Brtce* Lochinvar— Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River f near Windsor )— Mr* M* O* Thorapsot Manning River — Mr.JohnNewby ' ATactntyr* River*— Manila and Gwydir Rivers— t Merriwa — Mr. David Munro Iftroo and Long Cru A:— Mr. Stephen Tucker Milfield — Messrs....

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

MAITLAND PRICE 'CURRENT. 1 Ales, English, ficr hogshead *90 O ta 10 0,0 g Byas»*a,£cr dosca ? ? 0 It 0 * 0 19 B Allsop't* ditto . . ? 0 11 0 0 13 Q | At the Maltlabd Dreworlci, Pj pcrhhd. . . . J 19 0 5 10 « | Ditto per gallon 0 14 0 I 0 E Sydney* per gallon . . 0 I t j* Arrowroot, per lb * . 0 0 0 008 ^ Ditto, West India, dllU , 0 10 0 1 4 | !Ueon,pcrlb. . -. 0 0 7 0 0 10 j Bag*, 8 bushel, pcrdoicn . , 10 0 110 B«rk, per ton * . 0 0 0 Bread, per loaf of * lbs * . 0 0 41 0 Oft Brlcki, per thousand * . ? 3 0 0 8 S 0 Butchers* Meat i Deef, per lb. * 0 0 ** 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto * , ? 0 0 S O 0 « Pork, ditto ? ? . 0 0 0 0 0, 7 Veal* ditto ? ? ? 0 0 5 0 0 6 Butter, fresh pe* lb ? ? ? 0 I £ OfO Ditto, salt, ditto ? ? 0)0 014 Rottled Fruits, per bottl* . . 0 19 0 9 0 Candles, mould* per lb . . t 0 0' ? Wholetale, per lb . . 0 0 T Cheese, per lb. ? ? ? ? 0 0® 009 Coffee, ditto ? ? ? 0 13 0 1,6 Coal, per ton, delivered . . 0 If 0 0 14 ' 0 ^ Currants, Zante, per lb , * 0 10 0 14 Capers, per bo...

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THE TREATY WITH PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

THE TREATY WITH PERSIA. A telegraphic despatch from Constantinople of the 8th instant, via Trieste, states that the treaty of peace, signed at Paris between Lord Cowley ond Ferukh Khan, arrived at Teheran on the 4th of April, aud was received with satisfaction by tho Shah and his people. Tho disturbances which have taken place in Persia are attributed to financial embarrassments.

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

UNITED STATES. i By way of England we linve intelligence from New York to May G. The New York Herald says the President's cabinet are much put out by the .summary manner in which the En glish fcoveriunent disposed of the amended Dallas treaty, and puzzled what course lo pursue. Tho rumours of the r.;ecti--n by England of the amended treaty nre con firmed. It is said that tho administration at Washington, and Lord Napier himself, thought at first that thctreiiy would be ratified, but the result of the Englidi elections chaugnd their opinion. A Washington correspondent says that ' the Dallas und Clarendon treaty does not go into client because the treaty betweon England and Hon -nras relative to tho island of Ruatan h.is not yet been ratified by Honduras. Until this is done, tho English government considered the Ddlas-Clrtrondon treaty cannot be accepted. The correspondent, in question H«ys ho hn- good authority for believing that the President and Lord Napier do not consider tho reje...

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THE PRINCIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

THE PRINCIPALITIES. A letter from Vienna, in the Bourse (Jazctte of Berlin, su)s: — Several conferences have been held this week between the Prince Calliniachi and Count de Buol, at the last of which Sir Hamilton Seymour was present. In spite of the agitation in the Principalities, no fear is en tertained here with respect to the success of the partizans of the union, and the cahiucts of Vionm and London arc engageu in drawing up, in concert with tUe rorte, a reform of tho institutions of the Principalities which may sati-fy the legitimate demands of that party. We learn, in fact, that Lord Clarendon and Count de Buol have come to an understanding oil a very liberal project, which, while maintaining tho separation of the govern ments of the Principalities, will prov de for a joint | military, judicial, postal, und customs administration. I Abovo all, it is necessary to obtain the consout of Turkey to this plan, and she. will not probably reject it.

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THE OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 July 1857

THE OVERLAND MAIL. Marseilles, May 1G. — The Euxino arrived nt eleven o'clock this morning with the India aud China mails.

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