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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. On Thursday there was not a single custody case in the watch-house at West Maitland, and the police have re ported that 011 the last night of the year tliore was not a drunken person found on the streets.

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. Sinco our last report vory little stock has como to | baud, in conscquonce of tho extraordinary heavy rains, which have rendored tho rivers impassablo. Good slieop are in demand, nnd fat cnttlo of really prime quality would mcetwith customers, although prices rulo low, and thoro does not appear to bo any expecta tion of much ininrovonieiit lust at nresont. 'The following is tlrj result of sales G3 bend fat cattlo at 07s Ud to 81s each; 80 head mixed catilo at 27s Oii; 10 pigs at l is; 777 fat wethers at lis Id to lis | Gil J Hi'/ ditio, 12a 3d to 12s 6d ; 120 fat owes at 10s Ud ; one liorso, X'20 lf-». DODDS & CO. January 2, 1S57.

Publication Title: Northern Times
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WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

WOLLOMBI. (From our otcn Correspondent.) Like many another fond hopo of liim to whom l-ato lias consigned the task of ' breaking the stubborn glebe,' that which quickened thu operations of the sickle but a the doviwtatmg scune-J which tho uutiiuuly rniua have nccasioueJ iiuiongrit tho wheat Gelds of our district einco Friday lust. With very fowr iutorvala of intormi-wiou sinoe that inauspicious day, thu water* have continued to rush ia rcrnorselorfi torrent from ths adjacent hill*, sweeping our sheaves and jtooA-j away — for ouly in a soli tary instance to which our information cau at present extend, has tho pleasure of a 'harvest homo' been fully realidod along tho southern fiido of the diutrict ore ' the geutlo raiu from heaven had fallen upon tho earth boueath.' O dura ilia mussorum , eung tho poet of old, but unless tho 14 rigid guts of reapers' may discovor somo epicu rean substitute in thoae marauders of ourropose — a viaU tation of frogs, who?o legions defy all arithmetical c...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. AT THE CROWN LANDS OFFICE, SINGLETON, ON THE 2~tii JANUARY, 1857. NoaTtiUMnmtt. and (Suburban Lots). — I/it 1, 24, acres; lot 2, 1 0 acres 2 roods ; lot 3, 11 acres i perches ; lot 4, 0 aoros 32 porches ; lot 5, 5 aorox 3 roods ]U porches; lot 0, -t acres 3 roods 32 pcrcho!. ; lot 7, 5 acres 32 percbcs ; lot 8, 4 notes 3 roods 8 perches ; lot 0, 10 acrcs ; lot 10, 20 acres. la n village rbscrvo on tho Wollombi Brook, nbout 7 miles south -oasterly from tho viltugo reserve of Warkworth : — Lot 11, 0 aorcs ; Jot 12, 5 acres 3 roods IS porehos ; lot 13, 5 acres 3 roods Hi perches ; lot 11, 5 acres 2 roods 32 perches; lot 1 Caere* 3 roods 15 porches; lot 111, 5 ucres ; lot 17, ditto ; lot 1H, 5 acrcs 0 pi relics ; lot 1!), 5 acres; lot 20, ditto ; lot 21, 4 acres H purchca; lota 22 to 25, S acrcs each. I7p:ct price, X' 2, £ 2 10i-, and £3 per norc. Durham (Suburb in Lots). — In tho villigo resorvo of Cuinborwull : Lot 2G, 0 aoros 3 roods H porches ; lot 27, 8 acros...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL—Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIIi.— ' Wednesday. Tho Sydnoy Municipal Bill was brought up from tho Assembly, and road a first timo. Ou the llouso going into Coinmittoo on tho Remedios 011 Bills of Exchnngo and Promissory Notes Facilitation Bill, tho l'rosiilont proposed two now clauses, and tho consideration in committco of tho measure was post poned, in order that tho now clauses might bo printed. Tho Liverpool and London Fire Insurance Bill was read a socoud timo and passed, and tho report of the comuuttoc on tho Destitute Children's Hill was adopted. Mr. Broadhurst askod Mr. E. Dens Thomson whe thor, in rcfercnco to tho correspondence laid upon tho tablo of this House, 011 the subject of tho Dispatch of Judicial Businoss, it bo the intention of tho Government to take any stops towards tho appointment of an Equity Judge. Tlio question was answorod in tho negative.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Speaker took the chair at half-past three o'clock. Various papors wore laid on the table. Sir. Forster brought in his Electoral Act Amendment Bill, nhich was roaiPa first time and ordered to le road a second tiioo on that day fortnight. i.a-.v or 1.1 111:1,. Mr. Nichols posrponod the motion standing in his lmnio for li'ave to bring in a bill to amend tlio law of libel, to Friday next. Tin: Haiti, ai;i- no.in tiiust. Mr. Piddiagtun, pursuant to notice, moved — ' That there be laid upon the tablo of this house copies of all onnvspondonce bctwoeii tho Executive Govorninent and the Commissioners of the Maitland ltoad Trust, upon the subject of tho dangerous condition of the Lochinvar ltoad, and also a copy ol' the estimates for the repairs of the Lochinvar Road, prcparod and transmitted by tlio Coin mis-iniiovs of tho Maitland ltoad Trust, at tho request of the Executive Government.'' Tlio nttontiorf of tho go vernment had some time ago been drawn to tho danger...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Weather ash Cuors. — For the last few days we have been completely dolugod with rain, and the roads all over the district have been rendered almost impassable. As far, howevor, as we can loarn, vory little damago has been dono to the crops. In some places, paddocks of hay not properly secured after having boon cut, have sutl'^rod rather soverolv. On account of the inclemency of tho weather, tho New Year's sport ut Raymond Terraco, Rutherford, Hexham, &c., were all postponed. On Tiiurs [lay morning, however, tho sun broke through the clouds, und wo had a very warm day, quickly drying up the pools of water. Yesterday, also, was a magnificent day. Co.mfui.soiiy Puei'ayment or Leiteiis to Eng land. — We understand that tho l'ost Office authorities nt Home havo decided that all lcttors passing botween the United Kingdom and tho Australasian Colonics must be prepaid, and that this arrangement will como in forco immediately. This will get rid of all postal a...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

Ll-.GISIATI V Ii ASSEM 11 LY. iiugu'lattuii '««? -mining tomp, lines, and to establish County Courts. The llouso went into Cominitteo on the Gold-fields' JIuiiagemont liill — a very lengthy discussion took placo, not 011 tho details of the Hill, but its to tho propriety of fixinir a cold dutv and minors' ri'dit. Evontuallv tho clauso fixing the amount of tho miner's right nt 2Us. was passed; alter amendments to reduco it to Is. and 5s. had been negatived by largo majorities. Sovoral othor clausos of tho bill wero discussed and amended, parti cularly thoso referring to tho licenses of trades 011 the gold-Holds. Ultimately tho llouso resumed, mid tho committoo obtained loavo to sit again 011 Friday next. -The rest of tho businoss on the paper was postponod.

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

AGENTS FO'll THIS N011TI1ERN TIMES ArmitlttU — Mr Bernard Naughton fl Black Creek — 1 Barwin River — 11 Briibane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter ?! P Bingera— , W Catsilis — Mr. W. Miller ' Clarence Town — .Mr. Lyall Cvolah — \ Cockjlghtcrs Crttk — Mr. T. B. Squire J Coonabarabran — . v | Cidlandaon — .' , Darling Downs — Dungog — Mr. E. C. Madgwick England — Britannia Ofljce% London Grafton — Mr. Johji Williams ' r Gagndah #j Goonoo Goonoo — ? |j 6rowJ6/irn. — Mr. Thomas Williams Gresford — Mi. John Bush S3] Gulligal— J] Jfinlon — . * 1 Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Ipswich and Brisbane Jerry's Plains — Mr.Kichard Alcorn lochinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. j Macdonald River (near Windsor) — Mr. M. G. Thompsoi&fr Jftmm'm? Rivtr — Mr. John IS e why - Afacintgre River — &] Manila and Gwi/dir Rivers— { Aferriwa — Mr. David Munro |}j Meroo and Long Creek — Sir. Stephen Tucker Milfield— Messrs. Crothera and Irwin [j Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi—Wr. II. Whe...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. Alci, English, per hogihead . 0 0 0 to 10 'b 0 ttyau'i, per dozen . ? 0 12 G . 0 11 0 Alltop't, ditto . . . 0 -2 0 0 11 C At the Maitland Browerlej, pcrhhd. . , . 3 12 0 5 10 C ' Ditto per gallon 0 I '1 0 10 Sydney, per gallon . 0 I « Arrowroot, per lb. . , 0 0 8 0 1 Ditto, West India, ditto . 0 10 0 1 6 Bacon, per lb. . ..0 0 7 0 0 10 Uagi, 3 bushel, per dozen . , 0 19 0 SO Bark, per ton . COO Dread, per loaf of 2 lbs . . 0 0 7 Uricks, por thousand , . 3 0 0 3 5 0 Butchcn' Meat— Oecf, per lb. . 0 0 2 0 0 5 Mutton, ditto . , . 0 0 2 0 0 S Pork, ditto. . . . 0 0, 6 0 0 7 Veal, ditto. ... 0 0 s* 000 Butter, fresh, *pcr lb. . . . 0 16 0 19 Ditto, salt, ditto , , 0 14 0 1 0 Bottled Frulti, per bottle . . 0 1 9 0 2 0 Candles, mould, per lb. . , 0 0 B Wholesale per lb. . . 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb. . . ? . 0 0 C 0 0 9 Coflte, ditto , , . . 0 13 old! Coal, per too, dellTCred . « . 0 12 0 0 M 0 (J Currants, Zante, per lb ? . 0 13 () I Capers, per bottle . , . 0 13 0 I Co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

Civility is a Eoutuxe. — Civility is a forluno itsolf ; for a courteous man ofton succeeds in lifo, nnd that oven when parsons of ability fail. The famous Duke of Marl borongh is a caso in point. It was said of him by ono contemporary that his agreeable manners ofton converted an enemy into a friend ; and by anothor that it was more pleasing to be denied a favour by Ins Grace, than to receive ono from othor mon. Tho gracious manners of Charles Fox preserved him from personal dislike, even nt a timo wlion lie wns politically the most unpopular man in the kingdom. Tho history of our own country is full of examples of success obtainod by civility. The experience of ovory mau furnishes, if we but recall the past, frequent instances where conciliatory manners havo mado thofortunes of physicians, lawyers, divines, politi cians, merchants, and, indeod, individuals of all pursuits. In being introduced to a strangor, his affability, or the rovorse, croatos instantaneously a prepossession in ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. Tun Hon. Mrs. Cakolini; Elizabrtu Noatos.— This distinguished poetess, to whom a largo class Of tho public .have awardod tho pre-emiiicnco among female writers of her ordor, is another link in that chain of hereditary talent which has beon associated with tho namo of Sheridan for tho space of a centnry. Tho granddaughter of Kicharil llrinslcy and daughlor of Thomas Sheridan, tho was one of threo sisters whom tho death of their fathor left nt a vory early age to tho solo care of their mother, a daughter of Colonel and Lady Klizibeth Callander. The cducition bestowed upon her was from various circumstances thorough and comprehensive, and tlio advantage of it may bo traced in the energy of thought and perfect lucidity of expres sion which distinguish must of her works. During the period of childhood, she was for a timo domesticated in tho finiily of Lord Kinnaird, and shared with the heir tho instructions of a Scotch clergyman who directed bis studies. On her return to ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

A Disn Washer. — 'I say. strangor,' said a young urchin in tho neighbourhood of Montreal to n pedlar, don't whistle that dog away.' ' Why ho ain't no use, no bow ; ho's too homely.' ' Oh ! but he saves a heap of work.'' 'How?' ' Why he cleans tlio plates and dishes so that they wants no washing : and mother says sho wouldn't part him no how, for our new dog han't go used to murtard yet.'

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THE NEW MEMBER FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

THE NEW MEMBER FOR SYDNEY. Mr. Dalley, who was yesterday returned as membor for the city of Sydney in tho room of Mr. Parkes, is the oldest son of Mr. John Dalley, of Macquaiio-street a retired tradesman, lfo Was born in Sydney in Juno 1331, and is consequently twenty-five years of ago. * Aftor attending several preparatory schools, Mr. Dalloy was placod at tho Sydney Collogo, where lie re mained between four and fire years ; and it is worthy of remark that one ot the most prominent lounders of that institution, tho venerable William Bland, was among those who voted for Mr. Dalloy yesterday. From the Sydney Collego Mr. Dalley was removed to St. Mary's Seminary, where ho continued till tho ago of seventeen. Ho was then articled to Mr. Frederick Wright Unwin, au influential solicitor of former years, remained study ing tho law under that gentleman for nearly throe yeirs. For tho next two years Jlr. Dalley was incapacitated from pursuing any regular omploymont by M-health, but during t...

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DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

DECLARATION OF TOLL. Tho declaration of tho poll took place in the after noon at tho hustings in Iiydo Park. Tho attendanco was very numerous, botween lOuO and 1500 persons having congregated on the ltace Course long boforo tho hour announced on tho previous day for the closing of tho poll. At four o'clock tho numbers had considerably increased, and before the termination of tho proceed ings upwards of 2u00 persons had assembled. Among Uic gciuleruun present on tho platform wc nuticed Mr. Robertson, M.P., Mr. Piddington, M. P., and one or two members of tlio bar. Mr. Dalley, who arrived somo timo beforo Mr. Fairfax, was most enthusiastically cheered on mounting tho platform, and all through tho proceedings his presence in front of the hustings was tho signal for a very hearty burst of applause. The police arrangements for the afternoon were in ewry way discreditablo. At about a quarter to four o'clock, three or four constables, in private clothes, and , commanded by a vulgar little ...

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SCENE IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

SCENE IN THE nOUSE. Ou the abovo anuouncoinenc being made by Mr. Stewarf, aeverul hundred* of tho electors proceeded to tho Il mH'j ot Assembly, for tho purposo of witne-jaing the completion of tho day's proceedings. Tickets of admission wero iwued as quickly as they could bo feiguod, and in a few minutea tho Htransera* gallery — previously empty — waa filled to ovcrllowiug. Wo observed that several ministers and honorable members on the Govern ment nida of the houso expressed somo eurpriae— if we road their countenance* aright — on seeing tho gallery 'rushed;'' while Mr. Holroyd, who was presiding at the time — the house being in committeo on the Master's an-1 Servant's Act — in a stentorian voico, ordered Btran gers in the gallery to take off their hats. There woro at the Biuno time several hundred* of persona ouUide v?ho could not obtain admission, the accommodation for stran gers being fully occupied. Tho clause of tho bill which the committeo were engaged iu discussing having b...

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ELECTION FOR SYDNEY. THE POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

ELECTION FOR SYDNEY. TUB 1'OLIiINQ. In nccordfincfl with tho iirrrtiiuercentfl mnilo hy tho Sheriff, tho polling- in tho olcc'ioii for the «ity cou» inonced hut Tuesday tnorninp, nt f) o'clock. Thu ruin, which hud been Htoulily filling through tUo ni«ht,c.«iiu on hoavily at intorvula during the day, and no doubt tho inclctncncy of the weather will in hoiuo dryrco account for tbo tmmll nuu.b«r of votes pulled. ?»tuoh inferos seemed to be excitril in tho city, a-3 tho hourx woro away, and considerable crowds g vthorod round the various polling places. Tiio following tablo will nhow tho num ber of vote* polled iu cich ward, and at oich polling place, and also thu localities whuro Cue supporters of tho respective caudidatea wero atrongo^t : — Hhisdake Ward. Dall^y, Fairfax. Booth, Wynyard Squaro ... 127 125 Central Pulico Ofliuo .. ... ISO 78 Bourkb Ward. M'at'ar Potico Oflico .. ... 163 2G5 Circular Q*iuy .. ? 01 201 Cook Ward. B iothf Woollo^raooloo-itreet . . H t 75 Dirlinghurflt, Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

Australasian Steam Navigation C ? . v Steam to Sydnoy Daily. MORNING TRIPS rpiIK STEAMKUS of this Compaq wil. ; X Morpeth \\ harves oil nnd after Jlondc punctually, at 7 o'clock every moriiiiitr u il notice. ' A STEAMER to CLAHENCK TO. avery Tuesday as usual, all goods to be sentt. ? .uorpotn, tho proviotis day. A STEAMER to IIOLWORIIA -vory Monday, receiving cargo at any conve: n tor smpniout above Morpeth. JAMES I'ATERSON, Morpeth, 2nd Jan., 1857. Hunter River Mew Steam Navif ? Company. ?Afternoon Steamers to Sydnoy E ? fpilh Steamers of this Company will i I. Afternoon Trips to Sy tnov,' from t. Morpeth, daily, nt 2 o'clock, (instead of 3 heretofore,) for the fortnight commencing, oi tho 5th inslant. — - TILMOUTH F. DYE, Mai Company^ Office, Morpeth, 1_ 2nd January, 1S.07- J Wanted a body- .make it and ai~ ? TICE. Apply to II. &? .1. M'LOUCilll. Blacksmiths and Yi'Ucelw 1010 J Dunmorc.— Notice. Mil. f*. ROBERTS, of Dunmorc, has been Agent for tho Northern Times in this d ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY SHIPPING. A Ii HI VA t.S. December 30. — Uuruett, hri^, 137 tons. Captain Soaplc* horn, f:o:n Valparaiso, 15th October. LaidUy, Ireland, and Co., agents. Dr.iunTirru;*. December 31. — Governor-General (s) for Melbourne. COASTERS INWARD. T)prr*mhcr 31. — Pomona. Will O' the Wisn. and Cecilia from Brisbano Water, with S-0 bushels Bhells,'l0,000 Ret timber: If.M. Warfiold, from Nowcastle, with 200 tons coal ; Williams, (».), from Morpeth, with 252 sheep, 1) lambs, 77 trusses hay, 10 bales wool, and sundries. COASTE&S OUTWARDS. December 31. — Pomona, Cecilia, aud Will O* the Wisp for lirisbane Water; Golden Spring, II. M. Whurticld, and Adolphus, for Newcastle. NEWCASTLE. DErAUTUnES. December 27. — Ariel, schooner, M'AlUter, for Mel-., bourne, with 190 tons coal. - December 28.— Margaret, schooner, Simmonds, master, for Gcelong, with 190 tons of coal, aud 100 bushels of inaizo. December 28. — Timandra, barque, M'Kenzie, master, foi Melhourno, with 3...

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LITERARY VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 3 January 1857

?ILITERARY VARIETIES. ' r~ F'11*''1. 's a ''c ightful place — that is allowed i »t '1 ' ''^'fiblfnl I-0 ''lu young, to tlio gay, to tho. . the Iitcrar' linn wlio likes to bo petted r4o^tlip. i ? iii^ure, who '.bulges a more justifiable ? ;i ..antfuUo ladies who wish to live ai thof®H|»'! In; beautifiil' COJM ; delightful to n!iilanlM§HBF J ',-uil tor listeners to schemcs for colonising the u-: delightful to t!.e haunters of bills, aud ballots, .?He;.) theatres, tho superb cafes, where men with i ds i.f oil sizes and shapes scowl at tho H glish, and Jive, heir intellects in tho fascinating game of doini »? ?! 'or these, and_ many others, Paris is delightful, y nothing against jt. But, for my own part, 1 would i'r live in a garret in Xondon than in a palace in the i\Antin. Chacun a son 7nuuvuis gout. I don't -! i itrcets iu which I cannot walk but in tho kennel ; I don't like tho shop* that contain nothing but what s at the window ; I don't liko tho houses like prisons which lnok upon...

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