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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

IMPOUNDINGS, At B'nclc Crnek, on ths 2nd day of July, 1857. from Latnb'rt V.dley ; damages and driving 2*. each : — Straw- berry stctir. un branded; white hull eilf, unbrunded : strawberry heifer, unhrauded ; red und whito heifer, uu hrurided ; black steer, unhranded ; red and white steer, WR near rninp ; white h«ifor, lik-j 1311 'fT runjp : straw, borry steer, lik: RI3 near ribs; red and white bullock, JBolf rump; strawberty nteor, AS ofTrump; red and white huifar, illegible brand off rump; red and white steer, JW off rump ; brown and whir.e bull, unbrandod. Aho, from somo place, uamoduy; — Rod and white bul lock, II off rump; damages, driving, and keep, £1. Also, from eouio place, on 4r.h Julv; damages and driving li». ej.ch : — Red nteer, TN near ribs ; whito beifor, Baiuo brand; red and Kbit* bullock, PC ofT rump ; r d heifer, TN near ribs; strawberry heifer, if branded not legiblo ; red and whito heifer, TN near ribs; red heifer, same brand ; red and white bullock, lik- p£ s^of...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DREADFUL ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

DRKADFUL ACCIDENTS. A naesv uorr.oio accnant nappeneu on tne i.onnon and North Western Railway, near tho station at Preston. A woman, named Jane SVaddingtuii, wife of a black smith, was returning home with somo rod iron under one arm and an infant in the other, and just ns she was about to cross the lino, a coal train came up and went towards the tunnel. As soon as this had passed, she attempted to cross over, when a train, which had come from the tunnel, and which she could not see on account of the coal train, knocked her down and passed over her body, hands, and legs, cutting off one of her breasts, and tearing away pieces of flenh from other parti of hor body. Her infant fell out of hor arms and rolled bet ween tho rails, but was not much hurt. An old man named Smith, who kept a turnpike gate noar Barnstaple, recontly met with his death in a most horrible manner. A man was riding past tho gate and saw him with bis clothes on fire, but instoad of dis mounting and trying to put it...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. CONFESSION OF A MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

HOME AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. CONFESSION OF A MURDKIIFR. 'On Tuesday evening, February 3, Mrs. Ward and myself had some words, during which Mrs. Ward struck mo on the head with a fluid lamp, also on the right side of tho nose, causing tbo same to bleed freely. I begged her not to strike me, took tho lamp away fioni her, and went to bed. We arose between 0 nnd 7 ocloeU on Wednesday morning, I spoke to her about tho blow she :ad given mo, showing her where she had struck me on ho evening previous, also the blood on tho bolster and ick. She said she wished I had bled to dentil, and di king up a piece of hickory wood, she attempted to itrike me. 1 warded off the blow, which fell upon my right bomb, lamingitflcverely. The stick fell from her hand, mil a* she stoopod to pick it up T seized a flat iron, and in he heat of passion st ruck her with it ou the rightside of the liead, upon aud under the ear driving tbe earring into her [lesh.- She fell to the floor, exclaiming, u Oh! Ward, foil hav...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Omissions.— Owing to a press of matter and tho kind favours of our adveiti«diig friends, wo have been obliged le leave out a leading article aud other local now* already in tvpo. Tut: Coh.'MihAn's M.uf.s. — The Melbourne mails, per Columbian, arrived at the General Post Office during tho afiernoon on Monday, (ith, aud consisted of 17 boxes from London, wi'h G iv-xes and '2 bags from Waneo and la ia. m iking 25 packages of letter*, eoiu.ii dug iu all 4o,l7.V -»f which I dU l are registered; and 19a boxes with til, '-0il new-pitpeis. This number of letters, with ?HfOO received by i-il.iiul niaih during the night, being upward* of 4*1.000 hnd to be distributed during the even ing of the tjtb an 1 the morning of the 7th, aud of th:a lot more than f.r»,000 wt-ro deliver- d by the l- ttei-eur* rieiB at 5 p.m. on Monday, or at 10 a.m. this day, Tues day. h nniv be remarked Lhat the total of mail packa ges for Victoria, which including the above and 31 lor Geclong, ntnou...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. CASSILIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 July 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. CASSILIS. (.From tht Herald Correspondent.) July 9th — On Thursday last, the 2nd instant, we received seven mails from Sydney, making in all 36 mails overdue from the beginning of the year. This unsatis factory stare of matters is not likely to occur when fresh eontrncts are required for the ensuing year. Interest will he made to get tho route altered hy way of iMusNve.ll l rook, or by way of Oonlburn River. Important dis tricts have suffered much inconvenience durinc the last ?*i X inonins in consequence 01 me detention or me maim by icpeatcd floods, and there is 110 sound reason why the old route should be still adhered to when a better can be adopted at no extra outlay to tho public sctvico. j A case occurred here yesterday which has excited con- siderable interest. It will be recollected that in   April last a shepherd, named John French, in the employ of Messrs. Busby, was found drowned, and from evidence adduced on the magisterial inquiry th...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLD CIRCULAR. SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

GOL1J C'lltUULAIt. STPSEV I'UtCliS CUilllUN'r K'ltt ooi, n. Per oz. Memo .. .. .. .. ,C:» lo 0 Adelong .. .. ?? 3 M- (I Tambcvaora . . . . . . -i ' 1 1 (i Sloney Creek ., .. .. ?! 1 '1 G Sofnla and Tui'on .. .. Jl 13 0 Urai-.lwood .. .. .. 3 12 (i Hanging Rock ... ... -i I 'I- G llncky llivcr (clean).. . . 12 0 Otneo . . ? . 3 5 0 English Sovereigns..] per cent, premium American coins at a f remi'.-.tii. Chilian coin at a discount. French gold and silver i:oin tit a discount, N. WILSO.V, li'J 7 , Lo-.v-.-r G.-m-ge-street. ?fiydnoy, July 17, 18S7.

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS (Fran H e Sydney papers ) Tho gold received nt the Hint, during tbe pn«t week has amounted lo 80.1- 02s., of which IMS liavo been re reived from the llocky llivcr. Tbe issue of coin has been 20,000 bnll'-sovetoigns. The escort from the Western gold-fields has brought down 1838 ozj. Id dwts. 'i'i grs. goid. Duty vtiuj paid this morning on 1GUQ or.-), of gold ship ped on the Columbian. Some of the miction sales during tho wuk have been 1 of more than ordinary rnugniiude, and the results must be considered as tending materially to plnce some lead ing Mocks more ndviiiitagiously ill tlio market. On I Tticaday nnd Wdlne;day Messrs. W. Dean nnd Co. held an important sale of wines nnd spirit', at which gouds wero quitted to a large amount, and in moot cn«es m a decided advance on Inst previous quotation.'. The same firm conducted an important rale of groceries ar.d oil men's stores, which cxtomlcd over Thursday ami Friday ; and, notwithstanding the henry quantity of ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Kt.icinn. — On Wednesday morning, the hotly of n man was futi ml hanging in n wntei-chmct, at the renr of the ^coieli (.'hureh, I'nddin;{toU lie tvns recognised in Samuel ,Toncs, it labourer residing nt niddington, who 1 had been forinorly a coachman in the Hei'vice of a family j living at Cnmlh'rland-tcrracc, ltegciit's I'ntk, and wii' emigrated to TiiPinaitia, iitnl from tiior.co l.ither. The j bntly luid been bt\ni-ing two or tlireo dnys, since it bad far ndvanceJ towards doeouiposltlon when discovered. — l-'mjtii-t'. | The Et.KCTon.M. L'sts fou tiie Citv.— Yesterd iv iva-t the liaiil day appointed for rtouiving tho olaiun» of person' flutitlotl r,o vote for hkiisi burn of Parliament, 'l'lio llighf. Wornhipful tlio M iyor rtnnainoil iu his olfiao io 1 ho ?Inte-'t. ininut.e to roeoive ehiinis, and when tho time hud .expired there was lo'ind n tot.til of 03a, which were dividetl amonR-t tlio soTural wanls as follows liourk- -, 80s Phillip, 5S s Donison, 11; Mut...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTOllIA. FowiEn Bank Notcs. — Coiwidervhle. ojnUc.raont hns boen ciitised aiming tho tiadvi). people of S 1t10hur.1t by r.lio discovery that u number «f ►ptulous ti ,nk notiw Imve. ! boon circnhitod during tho luft fow days. Tho forgeri..!, J do not seem to Irivo boon confined to one bunk, Inn. tl.e I note» of nevornl liavo been imitated m olovorly, that i'. i almost impossiblo to detect, unv dilflirciieo betweeu the I real notes und iho falsu ouch. W-i hnvo lieard that :i BonrioiH note, nurnortuic to hen -C20notoof t.lio Ivi' lixb and Saottlsh Cturiered lbitik, nuroril countorfoit CIO noten of tin [tmk of Victoria, nnd 11 JE5 of the Colonial lUnk, biivo been found. Tho Imitation of tho notes ia vory good, but upon closo inspection, 'he uiii n of tho primers nud the wuter murk will bti fouud want ing. k will bo seen by im ndvevtirummit in nimther ci'umii, that a »pnriou» liotu was offoroil to the Suh Treusurer yostordny. Tho puhlio nhoitld bo onrofol that t!...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

LOCAL IWTELLIGENOE. Majthko So*:oo«, ot- Arts.— A betting of the mannginn ccimnit'' e of the Seliool of A i tH wan held on '1'htirs'iay cv-niti'4 lant. ut which six upplications for the Hltuation of icki.i^r charge of the ileaiiing Ooom, A;c.. Wiro »ul-in.tttid. Tl.o committee scl.cteil two wiiieh w;ro cousiderol the mo t oligitle, and divided on the tjuentlfin as w wi-.ti should be appointed ; and the mimher of.vote-i fir csc h candidate proviutr to be equal, thechn:r man (Mr. J t'. Rums) pivo tho castinc vote in 1'avotii of Mr. Janija Kwan, one of th^ pni'.iee whoso appltcatioi'.. had been so selected, and that gentleman was accordingly d eclated olected. Duivieg Coirr.n Tunonon the S-arETS. — On Friday la«t, Mr. William Nicholson, of West Maitland, oppenred befuro tlie liench, nt East Vtaitland, to answer a charge of having di-ivon certain cattle through New cnstlo-stroet, Eutt Maitland at tibout three o'clock in tbe aftornoon of Monday, die 1,1th. The information was laid hgnins...

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GOLD FIELDS. ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

GOLD FIELDS. ItOCKY KIVEIt. [F-om our own Correspondent.) ^ The diggings aro proceeding in llio usual quiet wny. No grcnt finds of gold have taken place, but a few shafts bottomed last week on Sydnoy Flut aro paying woll, and one or two liavo proved shicers. The sluicing parties mo doing better tlian others ; they liavo brought the water nearly four miles, and are now washing the south side of Mount Jones with siieuoss. The new Commission of the Peace has been tlio prin cipal topic of conversation lately amongst the diggers. Great surprise and dissatislaetiun is felt at the appoint ment -to lhe inagihtraey of the overseer at Gostwyck near Armiilale. Had tho appointment been conferred on Mr. James Humes or Mr. A. Odell, it would have given rn o tv general satisfaction. We aro indeed very b.idlv off for a second magistrate for the llncky. Itispainhil to he obliged to trudge to Armidale when you have a case that requires two magistrates, whilst at the same timo tliore are many men on t...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. 4^H'c do not i'knfr),' 'vrU'ci rn'.7i fir '--n:iioni expressed lr, ' ti Correejiujulf;th. ; Tu the Editor of the Northern Times. ' Sin, — w ill you oi- any of your iiitellU-.-nl subscribers bo I 3tititl l'nouj;lt- to nie nny infoimiilinu you or they nicy j posnesti of die tallowing subjects, which you will 'agree I ?with nio nrc of tlio most vital importaucu to the com- j tnunity nt lingo . — ?WaNTTIi TO IIE KNOWN — 1st,— What become* --f the } ic.hi.i/ change from llic fares of tho ' n.'nrn trip*' to Newcastle ? Unci.— Wli.it becomos of the muuey that ought to lie returned to piainrifTs tor costs of summonses, S:c. t 3rd. — Wliuro do the ' ice.'otnlters' go after leaving tlio ' Temple ef Concord 4th. — Who paid tbe deficiency of the ' Closo Teali nionlnlV'' 6th — When the ? Maitland Philharmonic Society1' will give then- limi cniicerl ? -tith. — What litis become of tlio ' fneet'ons ;:ents' who hi tlioni^hf -li-tui bed signboards, InmpH, &c ! 7th. —...

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THE NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE.—III. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

T-TIE NEW-COMMISSION OF TItE PEACE.— III. In this, the concluding, article on the New Com mission, we propose to confine our remarks prin cipally to thu Maitland Bench of Magistrates. It often happens in horso-rncing, much to the disappointment of the ' knowing ones,'1 that a ?'dark one,' or an ' o-it-sider,' wins lhe race against ' the favourite.' Something similar has Jiqppened as regards the issue of the New Com mission. Not ono of those gentlemen who were confidently expected to have been placed on the 'Commission have been raised to the Bench, while several, who were considered to be mere outsider*, have obtained tlio much-coveted honour. We are DOt going to say a single word against tho gen -tlemeu wno have been thus honoured by Ins Ex cellency's advisers. They are all no doubt very ivoll in their way — quiet, respectable members of the community, and so forth — but beyond this meed of praise, vre do not feel inclined to go in their favour. We do not, however, hesitate to de ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

[ ABVEBTIBEttBHT.j I A SING tETO N M A I D . NORAH M*GEE, egod 25 (looks SO), nativo of Btil lintaloc, hn9 one consin in tbe city policc, and three in tho mounted cieort, nnd a power of relations nt ?Donnybrook. Wages £15 per ntinum, Willi n wholoholi- j ?day on Sundays, nnd every evening out ; ohjucts to celd tneat, washing, and young children j expects thu mistress sfto ulldortnko tho -cooking mill toinakc tlio pastry, and tho young ladies to make Ibeir o»n bods ; suffers occa sionally from low nplrits, nnd likes to see her cousins to dinner and ten ; will think it looks like muplcioti on the fjiait of her intetpoa if aim locks ttp the wine collar nml *toro closct ; hnn been ordered to tako exercise lor tlio ?benefit of her health, nnd hoptjtf her mistress kcepa n -iiony-chnise. Understanding there n-.e fancy h.ills nt Munroo's, nnd claims the right of attending them, is rnthor particular tibout dr-ss, nnd will object to her mis tress Oopying hor styln ; ban a great aversion to In...

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MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. This body met on Monday last at the Court-house, East j Maitland. Pnscnt — lhe WaTden ; Messrs. Close, Wulsh, Brown, and Kckford. Tho Warden rcgrettol that he had been unahlo to attend the l.ito meetings of the Council in consequence of illness. Tho minutes of the previous meeting wero read and approved of, and the bank balance declared to bo 0 -.. 2.1. A long cooversati in occurred ou the proprii ty --f con tinuing to amalgamate the several dirt'ci-eni accounts of the roads in one general account. Sir. Eekford stated that the present inmle of ko.-ping the neconntH hti«l !,-iv.'ii great dissatisfaction. Mr. Clo»u was of opinion lint the mutter ought to lie deferred until tiiero was a I.irtrer ill eting ot the Trust. Kwntimlly it was decided to postpone lhe consideration of the i-ubjcct until .Mr, l'oitus und thu other members of tlio Tru.-t were pre.-ent. MAITLAND It(.) Al- TRUST. The minutes of tho pievious meeting were read and approvod of, and the ba'an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-morrow (Thursday.) Dodds Sr Co., at tho Sale Yards. East Mnitland, at twelve. 150 head fat eattlo; also, 1000 fat sheep, and 120 head of prime fat cattle. Maitland Road Trust TENDERS FOR BUILDING BISHOP'S BRIDGE. TENDERS requ;rpdfor this work. Plans and speci fications may be seen on application to Mr. For guson, Superintendant. By order of tho Commissioners, JOSEPH CHAMBERS. Maitland, Secretary. 20th July, 1857. 3157 Maitland Boad Trust. TENDERS FOli METAL. THE Tenders aent in arO considered by tho Comhiis liouors too high fur acceptanco. They will there fore bo prepnroil for getting and breaking 2000 ynriln of metal to a thice-inch ring (at Campbell's Hill and Mor peth.) Tendon lo be «ont to tho undorBignod before tho 4th day of August next. By order of tho Commissioners, JOSEPH CHAMBERS, Secretary. Maitland, 20th July, 1857. 31M Caution. IIIKItEBY CAUTION tho Public not to advance gooiiu or money ou iny account to any ono wilhuut wt written order....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. - MAlTXrAND Mkoiianics' Institute. — Last' nfght tho uflunl fortnightly leoturo wns (Jelivurcd at this Institution by Mr. Samuel linker, the subject boii^g nclf-education* Thero was a very fair attendance. Tlio lecturer having stated that tho nubjoct was one of tho highest importance, proccoded to say that ednoation duOM not, nfl mnny »up pose, commence when tho child iirst enter* the oohool room, but it begins 'in the crndle, aud continuos to tho last moment of life. Nor does education consist in into! Icctual training moroly, but in the gradual and harmo nious development of the pM-flicnl, intellectual, nnd moral faculties. Kvcry human being is tnoro or le.s« oriucatul ; this the Iccturcr proved by showing thiit man cornea into the world an tho taont hclph-Ma of nil sentient being*, po4floa-ed of none of that unorring instinct which goideH the operational of tho brute creation. Tho work of edu cation is not confined to tho school-room, tho collrgo, or tho moclm...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

C 0 M M E It C I A L I N TELL IG E N C E. VICTORIA MAKIvKTS. Concerning the flour and grain markets, the Argm of the Kith instant reports as follows — ' There was a Very active movement in the flour market this morning, but Itcyond the fact that holdeis are firm in their demands j of per ton for favourito Adelaide town brands, and , £24 10s for mixed brands, thero is nothing to record. Oats aro in steady demand, bur without change in price, j Rico wns tho subject of speculation, but in tho absence 1 of tepurts of .sales wo cannot givo quotations/' I

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. CURRENCY OF THE SYDNEY GOLD COINAGE THROUGHOUT THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. CURRENCY OF THE SYDNEY GOLD COINAGE THROUGHOUT Til E AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. Tho following is copied from a special Uaue of tho yictoria Government GaztUc% July 14 ' I'UOCLAM ATIOX. M Victoria, by tho Grace of God, «»f tho United King dom of Great Britain aud Ireland, Queen, Defender ol the F iith, and »o forth. 11 Whereas by an Order in Council bea'ing date the nineteenth day of August, ono tboueaud eight hundred and fifty-three, we have thought fit to order that a branch of Oar Royal Mint ahould be tstabliflaed at or near Syduny, in New South Wales — ' And whereaa, in tho eightconth year of Our reign, by an Order in Cjancil dated the eighteenth day «f October, one thou^aud eight huudred aud fifty four, Wo have thought fit to order that certain pieces of gold monoy should be coined at tho said branch of Our Royal Mint, to be called respectively Australian Sovereigns and Australian Half-Sovereigns and to bo of tho same respective weight*, fiuenes*, and values with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 22 July 1857

toIHE AGENTS of tho NORTHERN TWKS nre I *JL toqucfitcd to send hi their QUART13IILY STATE MENTS immediately in order that tho Accounts for tho quarter ending 30tli June, may bo forwarded without delay. , Northern Time* Office, Maitland,*) . 27th June, 18tVf. ) ^TT In particularly requested .ttnit any irregularity in. X tho delivery of tho northern Timet ho notified at{ ?'tho Office with n* Mftlc delay as pOHsihlc. in order thatj -steps may ho taken to prevent a recurrence of tho annoyance.

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