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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS (Abridged from the Sydney Papers) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS (Abridged from the Sydney Papers ) The amount of gold dust importul into the Sydney branch of the Roynl Mini, during the week for tile pur pose of coinage, has been 2263 ounces. Of this quan tity 1002 ounces were received from the Rocky River diggings. The gold duty collected waB about £2j3 His 3d. No gold coin has been issued this week. The Northern Escort arrived ycstcrJay, with 1818 oilncis 8 dwls nf gold. Tho Western nnd Southern Eescorts arrived this morning, and dolivercii at tbo Sydney II ranch of the Royal Slint the following quantities of golil-iliiil : — Western : from Iiuthurst, 17 ozs 17 divts 18 grs ; Stnnoy Creek, 231 ozs 8 dwts ; Sol'ala, 135 ozs 17 dwls 11 grs : Tambaroorn, 221 ozs 17 dwts; Louisa Creek. 3U!- ozs 2 grs. Southern : from Goulhurn, 200 ozs ; Draiilwool, (ifiO ozs 1 dwt 20 grs ; Tunilit, 337 ozs U dwts 18 grs. Total 22K2 ozs 11 dwls 11 grs. Tho total amount of gold-dust rcceivcd during the week was 4130 ozs 19 dwts 11 grs.

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

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Hobaht Town, July 1st.— (From the Mercury). — ! With thu exception of oats the grain market is quiet, I with no alteration either iu denund or the price. Some I 1 vrge parcels of oats have been moved for Melbourne, I aud for good samples 10s. is readily given: there is a quantity of inferior quality on hand, the nominal price ot which is from 8s Gd to 9s. Potatoes, also, are in j demand, and as much as £9 Ims been given for the best sorts. Jlarley is still enquired f«»r. I Launckston Rrronr, July 2. — Our qrnin market has been rendered firmer by the receipt of intelligence fiot.'i Melbourne, per Royal Shepherd, to the effect that oats were moving at an advance. We have not heard of any transactions at higher raloR than our last week's quotations, but holders are firmer, anticipating the re newal of considerable export* to Victoria. Flour, £10 j to£l8 pertou, with but littledoing ; wheat, 7s. to 7s. Gd. j per bushel. Rnsiuess generally very dull. I Ca'ar.vct ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

SI ESS IIS.' MO IIT AND CO.'S WEEKLY PRODUCE - SALE, Thursday, Jult 9, 1857. *,* Tare actual ; draft lib per owt. ; nnd no other allowance. Wool : Mixed, RII, 1 bale at Oil ; ditto, Gil, 1 nt lOJd ; slightly damaged, 1,11 nnd II uudcr, 1 at20}d : damnccd, 1 «t 0i-l ; skin, li&W, I nt l'{d, 1 at lf-ld; slightly damaged, 1,11 anil 11 under, 1 tit 10)el ; handwashed, D, 2 at lild ; fleece, WDT, 7 nt 2'ljd ; scourod (sup.), W \V, 2 ut BOJil ; scourc.l. II in dinuiond, G at 2.3,1, 1 at 21 jd, 1 nt 20d ; grease, JW, 1 at 11 id, 7 nt 22-l, 1 1 at 1 1 jd, 1 at OJil, 2 at 16Jd. Sheepskin.; Lot rt 10J.1, 8jd, !)Jd, SJel. fljil, lOel ; 0 bundles nt 'JJtl 2 nt 10d, lot at !'|ei ; 4 hales at !l)il 1 at !l]d, 1 atOJd, I ntUel, I ntfnl, 1 at.fi j t, 1 nt 8tl, 4 bags skins nud pieces at 7 d. Int. at lUel, 2 bundles at S)Jd, 1 at t»Jd, 1 at !)J. Tnllow: 5 c^sks nt £41 15s, 40 at jC40 6s, 8 ot £51 10s, 3 nt .(MB, 1 at £40 10s, 2 at £44, 1 at £'44 5s, ?V at £19. 5 at £40, 2 nt £18 Ss 1 nt £40 ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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MORT'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR.. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

MORT'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. The arrival of tlio Mclbourno steamer, in anficipnfion of tlio overland mail, per Columbian, bringing tbe news of a decline in the value of wool nt tho opening of the Slay seriis of wool Hales, has bail tlio effect of damping the murkot this day, nnd prices nrc fully Id per lb. lower than tlii s day week, but in the absence of letters, a full report is deferred until next week. Tallow has not been oU'eetrd by tlio English news, nnd tlio town trade being bnro of stock havo again been tho principal purchasorB ; and a few samples havo realised Is per cwt. higher, bringing prime mutton up to fiOs por cwt. for homo consumption. Slieopskins have suffered a decline of from 1(1 to l^d per lb , according to condition. IIiuks.— The English market lifts fallen nbout Jd to Id per lb , and lias caused a decline of fully 4s per hide on best hoavy, aud proportionately on light and inferior samples. Stock and Stations. — Thero is n good demand for slictp stations in favouri...

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HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. THE PRINCE OF WALES IN THE LAKE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN EXTEACTS. thu rmxcu of waucs int the i.akio DISTRICT. fFrom the Westmoreland Gazette. ) His Uoyd Ilii;biioss th* Princ.' of Wales has b.'Cn innUing a short stay in Craven On arriving at tho Windermere torininm, (lie ivbolo party, consis! injj of liis Royal Highness, Cobiue! Caven dish, l.ord OaduKati, Dr. Arunt nm;;, F. W. Gihln, Hsej , tutor. Mr. Wood (son of Sir Charles Wood), (. courier, and two nttcii'lants, sot ufT oil foot to Uowiuss, anil took up their e|u.nrlcis at the l{oy;d Hotel, v.itliMlt its lieinp known that the party was no elist'umuisUeil in j-ank, but it wns not long before Suspicions were afloat thnt Borne ono of a higher gruele than usual was a guest at .the I(oyaI,and many wero thu eurioiis questions put to 111:110 host in order to fish out the truth of the rumour, and as curious were some of the answers in order to eraelo a direct icply, the considerate landlord judging it mo?f prudent, fur the comfort of his £urst, to keep Ids Royal Highness as...

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INDIA. MUTINY AMONGST THE BENGAL NATIVE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 15 July 1857

INDIA. MUTINY AMONOST T11K DENOAL NATIVE TItOOPS. (From the Herald.) Tho subjoined extract of a lettor.receivtd this morn ing by a gentleman in town fiom his brother, relative to the horrid masflacre at Mtcrut, has been handed to us for publication. Serious news had roachid from Dolhi, which tho writer fears, when the particulars come tn be fully known, will prove worse than oven the Meerut slaughter. Writing from Calcutta, under date 5th June, nu.iujo. — 11 Kvory one here is in n Rtateof excitement nnd uneasi ness owing to tho disturbances in Upper India. You will be sorry to hnar that poor S is amongst the number of the massacred. Ife was a missionary at Delhi, and none of the missionaries appear to have escaped. A nativo Christian, who escaped to Agra, told our friend F— that he had seen S— 's dead body. He may not be idling the truth, but still tlio probabili ties are s i much in favour of his being a true story that wo have very faint hopes. It was a mo^t horrid massacre, aud l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, 14th July 1857. POLICE MAGISTRATE FOR MUDGNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

Colonial S.-rretarv's Office* S)dney, l ltb July, 1S57. roUCE M AOlSTrfATE TOR MUPOKE. His Kxcellency the Governor General has boon pleased, with tho ad\ico of tho Kxcuutive Council, to appoint William Browne, Esq., to ho Poiice Magistrate for tho police district of Mudgcc, under the pruYisiotu of tho Att, 2t'th Victoria, No. 32.

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On Tuesday, 21th July, at eleven o'clock. At the Police Office, Armidale. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

On Tuesday, 21st July, at eleven o'clock. At the Police Office, Ar/nid'iU. County unnamed (Town Lots) — - Wage of Uralla: Lots 1 to 3-t, 2 roods each. Upset price, ,C8 per acre. 3 an don (Country Lot').— Uet wren 2* nnd 4 miles southerly and routh-ensterly from the town of Armidale : Lots 33 to 37, 37 ncres each ; lots 38 to 40, 77 acres each ; lot 41. f-0 acre- ; lot 42, GO acres ; luti 43 to 46, *15 acres ouch , lots 40 to 4it, 30 acre* each ; lot CO, -15 acrcs ; lots ; 61 and 62, 0*0 acres each ; lots .03 and 5-1, 01 acres each ; lot 65, 182 acres 1 rood; lot 131 acres. Upset ptiuc, £l per aero. On 'Wednesday, 22nd July, at eleven o'clock: — At tha Police Office , Tamtoorth. County unnamed (Town Lots). — Town of Moonbt : 1-018 1 to 4, 2 r ods each. Upset price, per acre. On Thursday, 23rd July, at cloven o'clock:— At the Police Often, Tamicorth. PoTTiKorcti (Town Lots), — Town of (Junni dah : Lot I, fl roods '29 p. rche* ; lots U to 8, 1 roods each ; lots 0 to 13, 1 Acre each ; i...

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Government Gazette. COUNTRY LAND SALE. On Monday, 20th July, at eleven o'clock:— At the Police Office, Armidale. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

isoucnunnit iEajntr. COUNTRY LAND SALE. On Monday, 20th July, at eleven o'clock : — At the Polkc Office , Armidale.' Rinbon (Town Lots). — Town of Armidale: LotB 1 to 40, 2 roods each. Upset prico, £8 per acre. At the Crown Lands' Office^ Singleton. Huntkii (Town Lots). — Town of Jerry's Plains : Lots 3 to 10, 2 roods each. Upset pric-, £3 per acre. Huntkii (Suburban Lots).— Town of Jerry's Plains : ; Lot XI, 2 acres 2 roods ; lot 12, 2 acres 1 roods ; lot 13, J acre 2 roo:ls 5 lot 14, 3 acres 1 rood S perches : lot 15, ft acres 20 perches; lot 15, b acres 20 perches; lot 17, 7 acres 20 perches; lot 18, 7 acres 1 rood 8 perches \ lot 10, acres 3 roods; lot 20, 0 ncres 1 rood 10 perches; lot 21, 5 acres 3 roods 33 perches; lot 22, 6 acres 1 rood # perches ; lot 23, fl acres 1 rood 16 perches ; lot 24, 5 acres roods 22 perches; lot 25, S acres 3 roods 31 perches; lot 20, 6 acres 2 perches; lot 27, 0 acres 3 perches; lot 28, 6 acres 13 perches; lot 29, G acres 3*1- perches; lot ;i0, 0 ...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCK.Y RIVER. [From the Armidale Express ) Since my last letter tlie weather ha* improved con derahly, and it ib to be hoped that our ways, if not our banners, will shortly mind. There aro sundry rumours adrift of Chinamen having ?truck something good on tlie vidgo opposite Sydney Flat; if so, there lmvo been ninny blanks for this prize. Excepting this report thero is nothing new to tell re garding tho de, p «inkinir^, the «*itly energy In-iug displayed by tho aurfiuTis and ??luicT« of Mrunt Joins, who luivc been scratching tho fnce of die good - Id hill like *o many wivrs of tho griiiiHlkiii species. Hut tli Im is not the only Infliction to which t!-o pitr'nridi is destined to submit, for thu imninrt l sluicing c.uujmny have a vessel on t he stocks huil'ling uftrr tho model of the flat .bottomed leviathan which curried the pyramid front Egypt. In this extraordinary crafi Mr. Kei'ton is to import, from tho stiiugv-bnrk ra igr«? of the Barlev Field', anew net f ribs ...

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GOLD FIELDS. PEEL RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

GOLD FIELDS. PERL RIVER. (F'om our own Correswndent.) ihe prospects of the diggings nrc every day moro en couraging ; s.voral new .shafts Imve brou struck during tho past week hoth on Illaukfellow'a Mountain nml Folly's Ridge, at;d the work on tho latter place is being piosrcutcd with great vigour hoth night and day. Lar-jo tpniitiiWH of quartz are being piled up in anticipation of tho erection of machinery for quartz-crushing A nugget weighing 10} ounces w»b obtained on tho Company's hide, and another over ounces fiom a claim on Ulack fellow*' Mountain. A tow new Airivata are noticed, but tho had weather and roni)s Ii.ih no doubt prevented many from coming. ttehasinpol Point, on Oakenvillo Creek, was the scene of a new rush last w. ek ; a 'number of claims were taken up, and alt tire turning out well. The sinking is about fifteen feet, with a depth of wash t-tuH' averaging about live feet. Parties engnged in working there de?oribc it its being a steady paving ptaco nt about 30h per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

ABSTRACT Ol' SALES BY AUCTION. Monday, Julv 20. Doons & Co., nt tho Sale Yards East Maitland, nt 12 o'clock, 1 (10 head 1'i-imc F.it Cattle. D. C. Cauteii, nt the Rooms, High-street, Wist Mait land, at 2 o'clock, Household Furniture, Gig nud Harness, Urouloe Potatoes, and Hides. Toksday, July 21. DoDns & Co., at the Northumberland Sale Yards, Wist Alaitlaii't, nt 12 o'clock, hull'-broil Arab Horses, Mares, Colts, nud Fillies, and L'lant of Furdwich Ilni ling Estaiilishmcnt. Huntor Rivor Now Steam Navigation Company. STEAM TO SYDNEY. riUlE Sto nners of this Co'npany will be despatched for JL Sydney, from the Wluirf, Morpeth, ns under, during the ensuing Fiii-tni^ht, viz. : On Mond..y and ThuiHclny, at Eight a.m. On lucsday and Fridnv, at Two p.m. II L. MOUTH F DYE, ilanagor. Compnny's nffices, Morpeth, 18th July, 1857. 3126 STEAM TO SYDNEY, on TUESDAYS, WEDNES DAYS, Kill DAYS, and SATURDAYS, at Eight o'clock a.m., from tho A. S. N Company's Whnrves, Morpeth, during tl...

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MR. THOMAS BARKER AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

MR. THOMAS DA HICK II AND HIS CON fcTITlJKNTS. Mr. Thotna* TV»rW, M.I'., uddre^ed a mooting of bin mount n^ii^, at Riy»D'iid TorraiM, on the 14'h instant. Tho iiLtuMUuea w** there having apparently been not more Mmti thirty pemon-* present. Mr. A Wiudeyer occupied thoohair. We have been favoured by acivrru* pondi'iii with a report of thu proceeding*, which we pr'-mt iu a cndeiiHed fotm. Tho Chairman opened tho proceedings hy briefly adverting to tho obn-cr. for wlti--h ihnv hid mot. rit»f»i«iv to heur an explanation fr«un their represent itivo of hit* parliamentary career during tho luto protracted ne.inon. Ho concluded by dicing tho meeting to give their repre sentative a fair he^rio^ and thou culled uputi him to come forward and nddrcfls thetu. Mr. Duker then «»id : II o regretted be had not been able to vinir them before, but. the road* had been in each rt wretched crate th»it ho foijod it quite in»p'»miblo to do «o ; he bad been particularly auxioui to vi.it the Port Maojunrje i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

Bin i'n. At tho Globe Inn, Morpeth, on the 14th instant, Mrs Canvin, of a son.

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FLOOD RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

FLOOD ltHLIKK FUND. We have been favoured, by tho Rev. Dean Lynch, with the following letter for publication : — Port ^ncquaric, July 13, 18.V7 My Dkati Dean — I have only Just returned from the Richmond and Clarenco Rivers, whoro I have been de tnined for. sotno ten weeks by thoso dreadful floods. which havo caused such grievous loss amonsi all my good friends around dear old Maitland. I scarcely ever wished more sincerely fov wealth than at this moment, ] to enable me to aid to some extent comnionsuratc with I old and giateful feelings (ever present with us) the help- ' less sufferers in this sad atlliction. As it is, I sen I you ' all I can afford, nnd will feel obliged by your placing it amongst the other subscriptions. Believe ine over, my Dear Dean, most sinceroly vours, G. D. DAY. The Very Rov. Dean I'ynch.

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DREADFUL FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE AT BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

DREADFUL FIRE AND LOS3 OF LIFE AT BALLAARAT. A terrible conflagration took placo at Bnll.inrnt on Thursday, tho 9th instant. The Star, of the following day, has tho subjoined account of the disaster : — Acaiti wo have been visited by one of those terrible conflagrations which over nnd anon threaten us with destruction- I.nat night, about a quarter before eleven, tho alarm ol fire was given, nnd was found to proceed from the stiop or Mr. rniuipson. watcnmaner ana jeweller, on the main road, about midway between the Victoria; and Caledonian Hotels. A strong wind was blowing' from the north-west, with* a sharp, clear »t mospheru. and in loss than ten miuutos the fire spread through tho fragile wooden walls of no lets than six stores and buildings, covering a space of about 130 feet in length. Tho Fire Brigade was promptly on tho spot, -and the police, under Superintendent Foster and Inspector Taylor, arrived almost immediately after wards. Nothing could bo accomplished by them, how eve...

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MAITLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

MAITLAND HOSPITAL. On Wednesday afternoon the Quarter y General Meeting of the subscribers to the Maitland Hospital wt*6 held at the Hospital, IC. C. Clo-o, ICsq., in the chair. Shortly aftor the chair was taken, the chnirmuu read the follow ing Report : — Uepout op the Acting Committer of the Maitland JlosriTAt. Dl'UIKU TJIK Qc A KTfcK E.NDIflO 30Ti| Junk, IW*. Your Committee beg to submit their Hcport for the quarter ending 30th of June, 1H57, nnd woubl rxpre.it their regret nt the ?mull nmount of receipts during that prrio-t, the greater portion of which U made up hy the Police flac-& from the v.nriou* Henchci — the auUlaoce afforded from private soutccs being almost iiwi^nj. flant. In conscqutncc of the high prici't which are at prctent rutins for provibions. Ace., and the anticipated further riic in that renpeet, o rationed hy the late »tijj»trou» floods, which proved destructive to ao much property in this district, your ( onumttee fervently hope Chat gentlemen in the ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. FLIGHT OF THE CHINESE FROM THE BUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. FLIGHT or TI1K CHINESE IHuM TIIE BUCItltNO. We Cxi mr! from the Ovcnt Constitution, of tho 9th inst., Ihe following letter: — '? Since my last letter Cupta-n Price has ntrived with n ilotnclimont nf police, much tu tho satisfaction of u.i all here, and they report the most frightful scenos on the ro.id up— Cliinamon worn out with hunger nnd exposure, dying nn the ro.nl. One po -r fellow win found lying near a fire in tho bush, with Ills foot burnt nil', others in a dying state from starvation, many were rushed into tho rivor at tlie crossing. place uf tho Iliicklund, nnd it in believed that some wore drowned. Two pnor follows wore found this afternoon (Monday)— ono lying down hid under tho hanks of tbo rivur, nearly ilea I ; tho other was found also hid in a lmln where' lie b id crept into out of the way, and tho «arth had fnllen in, arid when found he was in a sitting position, but could not extricato himself. Frank Scott, tho publican, found him an...

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ARRIVAL OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

ARRIVAL OF GOLD. Tlie Northern Escort arrived on Friday last from the Rocky llivcr with tho following : — ozs. dwfs. grs. D. Cohen nnd Co. .. .. l'J7 It) 0 Alfred Lovein ... .. .. 173 It 0 Cohen and Levey .. .. 6:1!) R 0 Joint Slock Dank .. .. 231 13 0 Bank of Now South Wales .. 7oH C 0 1818 8 0 Colonial Treasurer, £500.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

C|f ftmlljcnt Cimcs, B0T1I1NG KXTKNUATP NOR RLT DOWN AtlUUT IN MALICK SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1857.

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