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HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. THE DOUBLE MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. THE DOUBLE MUltDEK. The tr'al of Thomas Fuller Bacui, smith, sped 3-# and hia xvife Martha, aged '16, for tho murder of their tiro children, one three years und tho ether au iufmr, camj --n at ttie CVntrnl Crimii.nl (-ourt on Wednesday 1-iflt. From the evtdcnoo of Ann Muud, it appeared that B«con, on the Sunday previous to the murder, H-kcd her to come unds'ay with his wife while he was away nt work, at Rii^Mte, h* ho did not like her to be left alone she had ouly been out of a lunatic HHyiuui two months. The witness consented and the foi l /»rlng alturnoon went to the hou^o ut Lauibeth whero Bacon I resided but could mi.ke mdMxiy hear ulthougti t-bo I knocked, at intervals, for three boun. 'l'be next morn I iug about 12 u'.dock (-he went ugiiu with her mother, , nn J in»!t Mr-. Btcon at tbe corner ol the street, who told l hem ahe was going to pay her rent ; when luked where she h'»d been all tiigbr, rho haid nhe had been ut home, und then, without m-y ug...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPIRITS AND WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

SPiaiTS AMD WINES. Sinco our advices of tlio W instant, the transactions in Hums have h-en principally confined to Detncmras, of which shout. 700 puncheons have changed hands at prices ranging from 2h lid to 3s Id proof. In other descriptions there is little to notice, purchases having been confitiod to actual wants only. Wo regret to state that lato adviccs from Cognac con firmed the apprehensions of damage to tho vines hy the late frost, which precludes the possibility of an abundant crop. Our market here has been much excited in con sequence, and there hns hren a good demand for the first braudn, the scarcitv of which is so apparent, that wo look for a titill upward tendency. In Wines we note a slight movement in Ports of fine quality, consequent on theicccut advance iu price of some of the principal shipping houses. Red aud white Capes alto continue to atlract attention. Matmikw CLAait & Sons. London, 8th May, 1S57.

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

jSOQrnuiirnt (ffairttr. IMPOCNDINGS. A*. Aberdeen, or» the 27 f h day of June, 1857: — Tron grey booe, like over JA like y under ne^r ah'iuiOer, JAneurtude unoer naddle, blotched br^tnd near bi{. Aim«, on toe 30rh June : — Ciirsnut mare, ptar and htiip, like S6 « v«r (J3 near shoulder, near hind foot white. If not re.iovHed, will be a -Id ou the 3rd Augurtt. At Merriwrt, on tbo 13th day of Juno, 1.S57, from BriudJey P-»-k; dnmages and driving, o«. per bead : — Ctomut gehiing, 1L near tdi'Ulder; cb^nut elding, a'ripo in face, illegible hr-nd no- r bhoulder. A an, on the 21-ib d*y » f June, lb ;7. frotu Colutoiy; dHUhil.':K anil oriving, £1 per head ; — Che-nut guiding, *tur iu f*c , M no ir rboulder ; dirk hay g'dding, WL over w off shoulder, like AJ I nwtr shoulder, crown under (he MI. If uot released, will he sold oil the 30th July, 1857.

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THE FLOOD RELIEF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

TIIE FLOOD RELIEF COMMITTEE. The following letter has been received by the Rov. Dean Lynch : — Turmavillo, Scone, 10th July, 1857. Tlio Rev. Dkan Lynch. Dear Sir, — I enclose a Commercial Bank note (No. 15273) for ten pounds, as my mite to asfitu in relieving the distress occasioned to a great many families by the late calamitous flood. I remain, Bear, Sir, Yours truly, Wn. Dahoar,

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, 13th July, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. (From our own Corre*nondrnt.) Svilnev, I3ih July, 1 8 »r» 7 . Sydney is rery dull. Nothing local has happened de ceiving of comment, a id the KnglUh and Indian news brought by tbe last mail foruish the sole topic for con vocation. No miction or private sales of any continence have taken place, and we tire therefore ignorant of tho effect of advices on our market4. An increase of firm ness U expected. Sir William Weithrooko Burton, recently returned to the Colony, and Mr. Walter Lamb, of the firm of Lamb, P.trhiiry, and Co., have been summoned to the Legisla tire Council. , It is stated, but whether on reliable authority I cannot I aH&rtain, that tho Knglbh mail for Juno will be brought ' out by the Jura steamer, chartered hy tho European anil Columbian Company to supply the place of tho Oneida The Bachelors' B ill, on Friday, went ofT extremely I well, and was pronounced tho be^t that had taken place ! for inany years. j Tho committee of the Electoral Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

HNHE AOKN'IM of tho NORTH Mi TIMES nre j J1 10 10 Ktud iu thuir QUAKlKllf/Y OTATE MMNTS Immcdiavlv in order that the, Account* tor the 3uartof LiiJwig JUthJune, uiuy'bo lonrurded without clay. Northern Tim?* Office, Maitland, \ 2Mi hi'* W-7 r IT in particularly requested that any liregulari'V iu thfl delivery of tho Northern Times ho notified nt tho Office with jh 1 i » t*o delay as possible, in order that itenn nmy ho taken to prevent a recurrence of tho annoyance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Advertise ments under tiecnty xcords, only One Shilling. terms son advertisements. Twenty word* and under. One fiMUingi every ndditlrninl Ten word*, SJyjicncc* One Inrli, Three Shilling*; ami Ono and Slspence fur every additional Inch or part of an Inch. TKFIMS OF KUllSCIUI'TION. El^ht Shllllngi per Quarter when paid in ndvnncrt and Nine ShlHitigi If not raid within FoimT«KN Dais after tho com* mcnccmct}t of each Quarter, Edtjcu to discontinue Adrortisomonta must bo given in writing on tlio day previous to publication. TIIE 'NORTHERN TIMES' (L%ic.ral |]riiriimj #fficc. EVERY description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING executed with neatnes.H atid denpritch. Book-work, Catalogues, rosters, llillheads, Cheque ]?ooks, Circulars, Law Fornw, Pamphlet*, Show Cards, ami every other description of plain ami ornamental printing in a style not to ho oxcellcd by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly modcrato. High-street, West Maitland. 101...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

ACiUICULTUHAI, SOCIETIES. Some lime u^o we nrfjod npon' tlio limners of this district the formation of an Agricultural Society. As to the lwiolits to ho derived from such :i Society, wt think there can lie little doubt. When we see the first men in England nnd in this coun try enuotit aging the for.nation of Agricultural Societies, and taking an active pint in their pro ceedings, there must he some 'good in them. Ic is e'vi.leiit thflt the united experience of many in dividuals engaged in agricultural pursuits must he better calculated to advance the interests sind aid the development of those pursuits than the inflated experience of any single person, however extensive. Noiv-a-days all objects arc best pro moted by tho union of minds for a common pur pose. And in this country such nn union is even more rec -sanry than in England, because here few men can ha expected to possess the time ne cessary t - be devoted to the acquirement of a thorough knowledge of any pursuit of a scientif...

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The Great Northern Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

Tho Groat Northorn Railway. NKWCASTI.K .STATION— Down Tumnh. ~ Station*. Mix,.l I Sunday DM. Train*. 1 rnniH. IUIlh. Lkav'i: — a. m.Jp.m In. m. p.m. 0 NuToim '*n°!:CJ''K'k!L''j 7-30 3- oj 7-ao a- o n? Hi-vlmiii R* o! 3-3!): 8- 0 » :!0 'tj^ -r.ii)p...i ? RMa-M 8 -u 30t MAITLAND STATION— Ur Trains. Miles. I.kwk — n.m.lp in. n'lii.lp.in. 0 Mnitlmul ? ? ? 8 46 4 IH tH5| -HO rt? Hcxlinni ? » fi -130 0- r, .Will l.ii Ncwusile ? 0 3!l|.V 4 .V 4 &!k llai'tljtnt dines, Ml* Til I Nil KXTKNIIATK N(IU H KT DOWN A llirilT IN Jt A I.I OK .-¥. ? WEDNESDAY, 'JULY '15, 1B:-7.

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

TASMANIA. (From the Cornwall Advertiser, July 3.J Launcksto.n. — John Smith, who was arretted on sus- I picion of being cuucerued iu the murder of Searlc, of tho i toll-gate, hns been ditf nissed, he n it being, arcordiug to tho testimony of Mr*. Searle, at all like tho murderer. j Hoiiaut Tows. — A meeting was held at the Albert 1 Thoatro ou Mondav last, Mr. J. Hand in tho chair, for tlio purpose of considering tho state of the press in the colony. Several resolution* were parsed condemnatory of all the papers except the Daily h'cjvt. At tiie close threo cheers were given fur tho Daily Newt, and groans for the Advertiser. Mr. Eiward Macdowell, the barrister, was seized with a fit on Monday l.ist in his office, while engage 1 in con versation with tho Colonial Sectetary. Dr. Macarthy was immediately sent f.-r, and the learned gentleman recovered sufficiently to he romovod to his residence at Sandy Hay ; he is now calm Mid doing well. The late rains havo been general throughout the R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

BLACK CREEK— Mr. ADAM MATHER, Flour Milt*, hn.1 boen appointed Agent for tho Northern Timet in thin district, and is authorised to recelvo Ad TortlsomenfB and Bubaoriptionn. ? Brisbane nmUPswicif-NOTiGE-Mr. William lloyd. of Norlh Hrisbane, 1ms been nppnintod Agent for tho Northern Time* in these diHtrlct*, nnd Is authorised to rcceivo advertisements and fmlwcriptionn. P (~*i cTcicr* i oi ite iT'sc it ktc IT. I J Squiro hn* been appointod Agent for the Northern I Times nt Coekfighter'rt Creek, nnd is ai'Uiorit-cd to recoivo f Subscriptions nnd advertisement*. I Clarence town.— notice.— vr. L»nii im« \ been appointed An Agent for the Northern Time*, in Ctarouce Town, and is authorincd to roccivo ^ uubHcriptions and advertisements. \ pASSIMS.— NOTICE.— Mr. \V. Miller l.nii been ap \J poin'ed an Agent for the Northern T^met in Caft*ilf», and is authorised to roccivo nubveriptions And ndvertisemcntR. J WOOLLOOMOOLOO — NOTICE— Mr. Georgo J O'Xril, I K Stephcn-xtrcet, Wool!oomon1no Hay, V...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. ( From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) niOT AT THE BUCKLAND. — EXPUMION OF TUB CHINESE. Tho Chinese question has entered on a cow phase. Exasperated by tho perpetual intcrferenco of tho Celes tials with their mining pursuits, and alarmed at die over whelming number* continually pquriug in upon theni, the Iiucklund diggers of European origin havo taken tlio law into their own hands. On Saturday a largo body of tho latter .collected, attacked the Uhlnsso in their tent), drove them out, set fire to what was inflammable, and literally consumed their habitations and their stores. Pursuing tho miserable) Mongolians down ihe river, cach of their encompnicntn and its tenants in its tura wbb served in the Mime way until some 1500 Celestial', trembling and putting: before their irarBnors, evinccd their manhood and (heir courage by fleeing bcfOro tfto or threo hundred angry members Of the Anglo-Saxon rocb. Tho only account which has reachod Byech worth, but w...

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STROUD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

STROUD. As so little is known of this our pretty littlo village, only by its few Inhabitants, I may state that it is a thoroughfare lo tho populous districts of New England and tbe Manning River. It is the nearest road from Syduoy, viiv Raymond Ttrraco, to the Rocky River; good roads, as far as tho lato weatlur would ptr.nit ; and during ordinary seasons, the best to tho Northern Dis tricts, a« there is at all times a plentiful supply of grar.a and water for horse nud bullock teams. It is good also for tho weary traveller, who, if he possesses the means, will lack nothing iu the shape of comforts, and that I bcliovc on tho most moderate terms. We havo here — a miller, butchers, blacksmiths, threo storekeepers, two puhlic-houscs, carpenters ; in fact, every requisite to suit the wants of a district so favour ably situ.«t(d. A meeting was lately held hero to take into considera tion the propriety of erecting a bridgo ovur tho Mill Creek, at which Arthur Hodgson, Esq , tho A. A. Com pa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

( From the Herald's Correspondent,) July 11. — A Ciiahacteuistic Incid&bt.— A certain degree of awo appears to attend on tho working of great systems of Government, which imposes a respectful silence, even ss to their imperfections, on those employed in carrying their details into execution. It U this, at least with tho great central power seated at, and radiating from, Sydm-y, by which the affairs of this port are so remarkably managed; and tho little slips of which aro treated wun such dellcato taciturnity by those to whom tho charge of It* operations Is committed, that it Is only | by accident, or when some awkw&rd exposure, resulting from tho sudden destruction of life and property, occurs, that the public learns anything of those casualties which nro to particularly incidental to the power in question. One of theso littlo occurrences, in valuablo ta an illustration* I am, however, for tuoatcly enabled to communicate. All great systems are rcmarkublo for working,...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

YASS. (From the Yass Courier.) IIorsc Stock. — Wo understand that a large number of horses are about to he driven to the Melbourne mar ket from sev«ral stations around Yass, aud as it mtv prove u-efuU we quutothe lo'biwiug prices from' Boar's Weekly Circular:' — ' The market has been brisk during the week, except for fir^t-class draught, which were dull of sale. T»veuty-nno saddle-horses, iu fair ordor, from i ass, noia at an average oi ; a secoua arau ir-m rno *aaie stud, of tweuty-four bead, at an avenge of £17, ranging from £7 to £39. Ou Thursday, 10 head from the Mnrray, broken-iu, realised £14 10s. to £40, averag ing £23 7s Ten head, small and nnbroken, two and threo year olJ, averaged £13. Strong colts, in good cmditiou, aro iu great domand, and would reali-ebish prices '' Ou Tuesday last a large mob of horses pa»*ed through on their w-«y up the country ; and on tho same day a flotlc of sheep, said to be iu u dieeosod btatv, also pasAod through tho.towu. Newspaper PaopEtiTtJ —...

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ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

AL15URY. (From thf Border Post. Jti?v 11A Agricultural Maciiinebt. — There aro so many different kinds of agricultural machinery now in use in England and America, that it becomes important to ascer tain which particular invention is the most perfect, and the best adapted for farming operations in Australia. We havo seen drawings of ono of tho most useful reaping, threshing and winnowing machines which bare yet been introduced to tho public; nnd we understand that Mr. Roper, of Alhury, has just imported a machine which corresponds to the drawing. Tho machine is worked by a six horse power engine, and is quite portable. It is calcul&ttd to do far more Work than would be required on any single farm in this neighbourhood, and it would prove exceedingly beneficial were two or three farmers to combine in securiug this inachiue for their joiut accom modation. Ma G. Macleay. — A letter ho* been received from thi' gentleman, froiu which it appears fhnt onr rt present i tive mty bo e...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Coron ku's Tnuuebt. — On Sunday Inst an inquest was held at the Farmer s Glory public liouS'. Hinion, b-fore the Coroner, M. Macartney. E q , touching th»» dotth of ^ illhun Tinlon, who died froin the i fleets of excessive drinklucr. Dr. Gotty of Morpeth deposit that he IimI known tho decoiuod to ho of iu'empomt - habits ; that he had prescribed for him ; th it tho last time he saw biin ho (the docnasid) wa« l.ihonring under delirium tremens nnd that Milvenuenlly h- head of bis death. Mr llenrv Atkins dcp' sc l that he redded at Ilinton. aud had known Tinlon for nearly n no years, during which period tbe dova'el was much addicted to drinking. Dcroase I had been drinking hard for the last fortnight. On Frl 'ay ?Mr. Atk 'in went to the hotiso of tho deceased, and found th it he hud fallen against a box ; deponent remonstrated with the deceased on the follv of li s conduct, and urged him to leave off drinking. Deponent was not surprised to bear of tho dec a-ed*s dur...

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MEETING AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

MEETING AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. Last night a special general meeting of the members of the institution was held at tho School of Arts, to dis cuss the propriety of engaging a person to open the institution, take care of the building, and attend to the library. Mr. J. K. IJnrns occupied the chair. Th* Secretary read the minutes of the previous meet ing of the coiiiiniltof, embodying the resolution passed by the committee relative to the employment of a librarian. Mr. Sinclair thought that the only way to carrv on the business of tho meeting was, firht, to discusi in a conversational way the propriety of appointing a librarian &c , and then to formally propose some motion ou tho subject Mr. Burns thought that the institution was not in a position to engage a librarian. Tho duties of the library were discharged by Various zealous members of the in stitution, and thero would bo a difficulty in interfering with the appointment of the present librarians. Dr. M Cartney believed that...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

GOLD CIRCULAR. STDNEY TRICES CURRENT FOR GOM). Per oz. Mcroo ? £3 16 8 Adelong .. .. .. 3 14* fl Tambaroorn . . ? ? ? ? 3 14 6 Stoney Crock .. .. .. 3 1.1 6 Sofnla and Turon .. . ? 3 13 0 ISrnidwood .. .. .. 3 12 fi Hanging Rock ... ... 3 12 6 Itocky River (clean).. .. 3 12 0 Omeo . . . . 3 5 6 English Sovereigns J per cent, premium American coins at a premium. Chilian coin at n discount. Prencli gold aud silver coin at a discount. N. WILSON, 227, Lower George-street. Sydney, July 10, 1857.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) Our Lighthouse is in a very fair stato of advancement, having all the foundation dug. It will form a very ornamental as well as useful object. The first stone of St. John tbe Evangelist's Church, on tho Lake Macquario road, wjll be laid by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, on Saturday next, the 18th inst. Divine service will bo held in the now Schtfol-rootn on tho fol lowing Minday ami regularly until the church bo finished. The buildings are being finished in & very substantial manner ; tho schoolroom Is particularly adapted to couiain a numorous assemblage of children tu the week day and all classes on the Sabbatb, and will no doubt be cousidond a groat boon by thu residents, who find it most inconvenient to come to the places of worship in the ci«y. July 13th, 1837.

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