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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 February 1857

DIED At Newcastle on the 1st February, James Ratcliffe Virgo Parnell aged two years and four months, third son of Montague Parnell, Esq.

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 February 1857

GLEANINGS Punoi.i.v Got.n Fim.ns. — This district has been in a I p:rfcct furor of excitement i-e-pec:ing the all'i,:e.l discovery , of ane vgoldfieldatMonnt Hope. Partiesluivebeen foiined. drays loaded, and overythitig provided Inr n long jour ney. Tlio new El Dorado was repurtod to lie mine 70,80, and even 100 miles awav from hero. Many hundtoils, nav. thousands, were luduccd by tbo extraordinary reports whioh wero spread about, to p.iek up all, aud leavo con - fortnblo homes to innlcitakc a dangerous nml uncertain journey ; the termina'ion of which was unknown. The goneral inquiry was— Whoro is .Mount Hope, and which is the way there ? The most glowing accounts woro cir culate I on t|io nuthoiily of persons who were saul to havo returned from tho field for their mates, nnd had sunk holes which were perfect 'Jeweller's shops.' Again, it w«. re porto I thnt some thousands were ou their v.ay Inck again, who, alter searching for dnys among the Teriic'i Terrick rnngot, could find no (...

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EXTRAORDINARY FIGHT WITH A BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

EXTRVORI)''^ A1IV FIG I1T WlXIf A BEAK. \i''rom the Chicago TVibttiic ) Captain Ilall, of the schooner Adriatic, sendd I us tile following exceedingly in'crnsting account of ^the capture, by himself nnd five of his crew, in n small boat, of an enormous bear, which they found swimming across Bay tie Noetic : — ' Chicago, August 30. ''At the request of iny crmvT havo written the 'following account of an encounter with .a' bear. Tho name3 of tho crew nre D. M. Payne, mato, nnd C. Wet more, Daniel :M'Lcnnan, John M'Lcnnan, and Oer.rgo Strttnrd, -seamen, all of .whom participated in the rare nnd excitiog sport. 'On Monday last, tlio 20th instant, whilo lying : at anchor with the schooner Adriatic, at the head ?of that beautiful laml-lwked harbour, Petit Bay 'do Noque, an arm of Green Hav, projecting from ? its northern extremity some fifteen miles into the ! land towards Lake Superior, my attention was ?called by one of tho crew to a large black animal ?on White Fish 'Point, which, on ex...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

POETRY.' ? ? ' ' V |Oh Lslfl^ftjnoro that ... . ToHotvfnOfcits notoa r. iir., ?Though wildly sweet th-. . ? ; Xiiko'somc bird warbli ,.i Tor thcoT hear, ns onci- 1 :r .1 A'Voico 'whose evcry 'uris' 'Was music, nnd tiiyihefl.H is ^tiirol .To tblnk that I'm alo^. 'Alone! alone*! that'tw.^lil «lll WfrfjV' Back youth's blight ruiny :;! v, And liopes 'ere yet, with u«'i-c3» Old Xinie with Death -\ :-i Tho flower? arc-crualicd, the hopes aro gone, As leaven m Autumn's blast, — sunt oh ! they come to thy swoot song Liko shadows from tlie past. .As stars look on the rolling deep, *J\s nioouho.ims on tlio sprav, .As nmlii.^irds ch.iunt whilo waters sloop, Thy wild noted o'er me piny. ' Then Mtip no more tlmt simple ai*, Wake not. its melody, 'For u-»w alas 1 that son^ 1* u'/jr That f nco whs dear

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

[Anvr&Tisr.MEXT.] | | i T a MEETING of a number of Gentlemen hold at J Y_ DUNGOU, on tho 28th JanUrry, ISJ7, it was 1st. — Resolved that the following ahall bo tho head ing of a subscription list for raising a Testimo nial to Thomas Cook, Esquire, J. P., of Dungog. Testimonial to Thomas Cook, Esquire, J. P., of. Dungog. Sm; ^ jj We, tbe undersigned residents of Dungog, Clarence^ Town, Stroud, and other places, in the Police district of' Dungog, having been benefitted by your labours for nearly ' twenty years, beg most respectfully to tender to you our acknowledgments for the groat and many benefits you have conferred on this community and district, in your capacity of senior magistrate, and not leas to express our admiration of your upright consistent and gentlemanly1 bearing in all matters connected with your official duties' and privato life. As a more substantial token of our esteem and appre ciation of.your invaluable services, we have subscribed' the sums opposite our r...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENGE. [ iVe tio not identify on rtrlrts wilh the. opinions tiprUii'cl b'y ? our corresitondenUA Tip tA f Editor oj (Jic Xerthcrn Timet. STAT NOMINIS UliHUA.' Sin, — llierc arc occasions upon which silent contempt may be considered the movt'efiieaciouK me thod of requi ting imposturo as well as of disarming calumny,— its Certain snakes are said to die of being spit upon:— Est utioue nt terpens hfuninis roneoeta saliva Ditperet, ac scte tnordtndo conficit ipsa. but rather in the vein of the JriOnnan who never ran afford to despite ai enemy until be Ins made him the recipient of a duo reckoning of his shillelab, so 1 now prefer noticing tbe assumption of a title under which I liBve recently contribute. I some ' trashy matter'' to your columns, by a correspondent signing himself ' Never Mind' in your Saturday's issue of the 11 Northern Times.*' The abortions^* character of this writor*s bantling, mar havo promised him some immunity from the odium of illegitimacy, liko...

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RUPTURE AT NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

RUPTURE AT NEW CALEDONIA; The Pocklington arrived yentcrday from Now Caledo nia reports, that on the 'JBth Jandary, a French frigate anchored off Morari, ami sent 25 sailors and 25 'mariiici on shore, whert they were imtnediately repulsed bv the nitjrek, and driven back to their boats. ' ' Captaih Ijcwis Ktates that he believes the rlisturhanco nas arisen irom a refusal on the part of the French set Ueineuts to pay flio same p,i,0 for the land as the English. 1

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 3RD FEB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuebdat, .3ut- Fku. Mn. Thomson reported that the deputation hatl prc.iento^ to Sir Alfred Stephen tlio address adopted by tin/ Coun cil 6n Friday last., to whicii they had received a reply. Tho reply was onlorcd to bo ot-U?red on the jniiiutes of tho proceedings of the Council. Mr. Lutwycho brought forward 'bin motion that tlio Council should not 'consider during tlio present Ho.ision any bill whic)i had not hem laid upon the Tuble of the Houso on or before' the I20fh mtftant, b6t aftdr some discission withdrow the motion, Tho Sydnoy Municipal Council Bill was furthor con niddrcd in committee and roported with amondment5. Tho report was adoptod, and tho third reading or dered for this day. The (lohl Fields Managoment Bill wan rend n third time and pasxed.

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THE LATE MASSACRE AT NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

THE LATE MASSACItE AT NEW CALEDONIA. (From the Iferahl.) Wr, have endeavoured to Obtain more Complete details of this horrible affair, but have little to add to tho brief notice of it in our yesterday's issno. Tho Dlack Dog 53 (led Ho very soon afterwards, that, although active ex ertions wero in progress for searching out the causes and the perpetrators of this butchery, little or nothing of a definite character could be known. It is quite true that elovon Frenchmen were acsasina ted, and that one of them was Monsieur Ilerard, for merly (not Commissary-General of tbe Freaieh settle ments in tho Pacific but) Ml officer of tbe French navy. How many of tho natives of the Vate or Sandwich Islands have perished is not yet known, but ^0 manv bodies of these men as were mentioned in yesterday's IJerdM (1 1 orl5) had not been discovered. The discovery too, was not anaccidontal one. but was made by a small body of troixls — fifty men — which had been hastily despatched to the spot from head...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

LEfilSLATIVK ASSEMIJ^T. A iiumhor of'-new notices of motions wore .given, and vni' ii i j)apers wore laid on tho table. V A LW AT Wr.HT MA1TI.AHD. .Wh. Nichols nsked what8tep*- fiad been taken relative t - tin .ireparation of plans and estimates for the cou *'nK'ion of a causeway across tho Falls at West Mait liu.il, .u.id of tho dam across the mouth of Wallis Crock, n pursuance of a resolution of this House, pawed on tho Ittih November last. Mi . Hay replied 'that it was proposed to call trpon the . ? department to furnish new plans and estimates, as v assessed tho requisite amount nf scientific *kill for The great pressure, how(r\'er, for tho comple r'.jT; ' . the plans of tho railway lines selected for con itnu:ih;tt had prevented tho plans - and estimates of the bm ?Voin being hitherto obtained. CXOLDBION Of THE PUBLIC FROM THE DOMAIN. Mr. Scott said he he hftd.not the aamo pleasure in in ? TT.dt *-'i* i as he experienced Bome daya ago, i«ynv w.u tantion of tho booM to the piwta...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. TENTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. TENTERPIELD. Fi re. — Wo regret to sta^o that we have received iu. formation of Mr. Sullivan's tinn, Tenterfield Hotel, haviug been totally destroyed fire on Saturday night laPt. AJ40 that a man Whrxw name has not reached us perished In tbo flames, his fdcnll and other portiona of his skeleton being fonUd on tbe ftflotaing morning amongst tho mins. i'. is SuppO'ed true tne nre origi nated through a resident at the inn, who wad reading in bed, having left a cindlo burning after ho had fitlen vlrep. Mr. Sullivan's loss, we believe,. i' moat fterions. From tho high respect enterttineJ for Mr. Sullivan, it appears probable tbht a nub'criptian will be commenced on his behalf; if bo, wa doubt not that i* will be liberally re^poncW to. — Arvud'ile Express.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

LEGIST, ATIVK 'Ooi'rNCIL.— ' WkdSeSdiy. The Loan Hill Was read a second timo and nrilercd to be considered in Committee, this day. j Tlie Sydney Municipal Council Bill waj recommitted and reported with'furthor amendments. The adoption of tlio -roport was ordered to stand for diis-day. Tho Civil List Increase Bin was read a third time and paused. 'A'bo Bonded Warolinii#es Duty Bill was oonsi'lnrnd ill 1. .njfi ;r ;iijrtnl prtl^ri.'J.S .in i m{.,. Lr.ined k-ave to sit -i^.iiii tti'j d.i. , Mr. JolintC'Ti hrou^ht t'firvv.Trd hii molion .-is.iortiil:.* tho | prlvilopo of tlio Council to innend all bilU aera. up tr.jm the Asminbty, which, after ft lung debate, w»s :! Tlie Trukt I-'unds Security Hill waa ic-'.:oin::i.' : „nd rirportod with fsirtlior amendments. The adoption of 'j tho ropi.r'. wu ordered lor tliia day. I Thejcmr.iniiifj hur iiiM was postponed :md th- C- nutfil j adjourned at tveh'o n.iiiuto; ijssi nine o'c-lotk till t'oiir Uiia dio-. I

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AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

AUSTRALIAN' MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. The 'flourishing state of tlie Australian Mutual , Provident Society 13 evidenced by the following j financial item irontioned in the report of the Third j Annual Meeting of the Society £ «. d. 1854 New Assurances ? ? 43,275 0 0 ' New premium' ? 1,413 8 2 1855 New Assurances ? 98,260 '0 0 New Premiums ? 3,633 12 3 1856 Now Assurances... ? 140,810 0 0 New Premium^ ? 5,077 8 2 The difference between the amount of premiums for 5854 and '56 shows that the Society is pro- , grossing with gigantic strides. The advantages j offered to the public by Mutual Assurance Socie- : tiees are ably pourtrayed by Mr. Mort, in the j speech delivered by him at the late meeting of the Society. Mi. Moiit said : Tie had, for several re.isons, a pccu liar pleasure in moving the adoption of this report. It gave hioi greater pleasure on account of its very grati fying uature, showing as it did the highly prosperous condition of the institution ; and this pleasure was in ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

LEOISLATIVi: A8ST3MBLY.— Wedhesdav. In anstror to a question from Mr. Martin, on to whether Mr. Eltott and Sir. Rao, two of tha City Com mluiouetB had been oflurod any sppointmonta by thrt Qovoriimont. Mr. I'arkor stated that aa ofier bad boon made to Mr. F.llott of tbo situation nf a Polioo Magis trate for tho Clty'of Sydnoy. und to Mr. Rio of aa In Bpcctorthlp of Wurehouaoa. 1 On tbo' motion of going into committee of aupply, Mr. Parker toilk ocoanion to Iny boforo tho Houso the presont stato of tlio buKiuess of tho Rouion, and oxpremuid bin opinion that if honorablo morabore would allow Gavorn ment bu^inoss to 4ia tnkon every day of tho nittlnga, , thoy would bo enabled 'to olaio the eomioa by tbc cud of Fobruary. Tlio Hoiho then wont into committee on tbo catimntoa on which thoy wrm engngol fir Bovoral hoiim. Tho Chairman roported pro^rcsa and obtained leavo to bit npiin thiB day -Tliuwday), 'Mr. Manning brought in a bill for -combining tho dutiofl nf olork-i of petty pcuinnn wi...

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SHOCKING MURDER OF AN INFANT BY ITS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

SHOCKING MURDER OF' AN INFANT BY ITS - MOTHER. It would appear ns if tho records of the present v, ock wero 10 ha crowdcd with horrors. We are now i\il!o-l uppn to record an accident of n tragical and m^st r. volt tog character— that of a mother severing from it u V.y the head of her new-bom babe. The following pa.'. .:, lars were Riven in evidence oil Wednesday last, at tm- !;? ? (juost held before the city coroner, .T. S. Parker, Ksc;., .hm ajury of twelve, at the Wellington Inn; Ge«rgc« v-'*oi Soutlu Ellen Ilanna, a married woman, residing wiih her husbantl in Hurn's-lane, Parraniatta-strcot, deposed ; thut Mary Scott, tho mother of tlio deceased infant, came to her placo about one o'clock on Tuesday afternoon ; she wag an immigrant, about 25 years of ago, and camo to tho colony with witness about two yoar-i ago in the ship Eliza; when she came to witness's house on Tuesday, sho said sho had left her place at Itodfern; witness did not know whom bhe liad been living with ; sho sat...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

W5GI9LVriVli COUNCIL— ' Viiunsn.iT. Tlio I.oau Bill was coiifndcrod in i-mnniittoc and re porlod without amendment. The report was adopted, mid the third reading ordo cd for I'\iida,v. The report of the Sydney Municipal Council Bill was adopted, and tho third rending ordered for Wednesday, next. Tlje Bonded Warehoused Ilnty. Bill was fnrtliorcon : sidercd in comndtteo nud reported without amendment. The report was adoptod and the third reading ordi'rod for Tuesday hoxt. Messages were received from tho Assombly bringing up 'the CustoniB Further Hegidation Bill and the Postage Acts Amendment Bill, which were severally read a first time anil ordered for accontl reading on Tuesday lioitt. Tho Trust'Funds Socurity Bill, the Masters and Ser vants Bill, nud the Desortod Wives und Children's Bill wero levcrnlly considered in committco nnd each reported | with nmondmcnti. Tlio adoption of the ropdrt of Oacli bill noi ordered to »tand for Tuosday next. The Oounoil adfoiirned at a quarter past...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

SYDNEY NEWS. [Fnow our. SrEcuL CoftREsrnynEHT.'l . In the Political jiorizoi) notlnng.startliiig has appeared ; ? «ur Solons are pursuing tlio -even tenor of their ways ap parently at peace villi - mankind in- general, and'them Belves in particular. The created 11 Honorables' are be-, -ginning to tiro of waiting for the measures which the lower House is about to send up for their approval, and llr Lutwycho moved that thoy shonld not entertain any ljill. which was not laid on their Table, on or before the 20tb instant. Tho proposition he, however, withdrew. , The, Sydney.- ilunicipal' Council Bill has passed tlinougji Committee, and tlie. adoption of the report fixed for this day.. Tho Gold-fields management Bill has passed its third reading. Five thonsand fonr hnndred and eighty inhabitants of Sydney and its suburbs; have signed a petition to the Coaticil, -asking, it to 'stop' Sunday railway travelling. The zeal of these. Sabbatarians metliinks outruns thejr discretion, and in. the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

?notice to p.\jn ? »NTi:ii'. rcojia^: '?/ I '? 1 cjUltontributions intended t»i f . ' -iou lo hi i ' the Editor, with tno?'« -/(.jcM!— f/ii. (hi; ' writer tolejatjpjbsed t*. n n. whickmllw'.' ' be opened uh(e$4ne coi(. i - ,-iu; -V. .i , , ' JWe cannot undertake to r » - /. :UUc-- /.'i.-.-us. '? terms* yon ? ' nvximsErn:?; y.s, Twenty -worth nnd-urtder, -n.c SMUtug:* *'\rvy aJihrtimal T,«,j words, Sixpence; ? f-oo 'j 'Kr-v?ShUHiis»j sn«i unc -i)jd ? Sixpence for ctcry aiUlltt'-r ! m 'r ci p.-vrt-of un lroh» y TERMS --.r \ ? Clght Shilling* jut tyittrto ^/iU -lii., atlVntre'i sin1. S'ir.a shilling* jwld wlNiiu fnvs' uArr ih# coi.f mcnccment of cach Qu*rt- i . , ?, ?' ^ . . ^ Notice to discontinue :&?' :?»-?! Wiadnts must be -givon in -writing on Uitruay previous to publication

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addrestet, Wanted Situation -, and Adccrtue ment* vmfer ticenty icords, only One Shilling. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' -&itcnil |)rinling (Dffot. WE bog to inform tho inhabitant* of West Yait'and and tho neighbouring districts, tliat uc a -c prepared tofexocutoall ordors at tho above Establish ment, olid hope, by strict attention, speedy despatch, combined with a first-rato stylo of printing, to morit . their patronage; Every description of T-ctter-pross printing cxccutod with neatness and despatcli. Book-work, Catalogues, rosters, Billheads, Cheijuo Books, Circulars, Law Forms, ramnhlots, Show Cards, and every other description of plain and ornamental printing in a stylo not to bs excelled by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly moderate. High-street, West Maitland. 1014 Hunter River Now Steam Navigation Company. Aiternoon Steamers to Sydfitey Daily. THE Steamers of this Company will rosnmo tho AFTKNOON TRIPS to Sydnoy, from filO Wharf Morpeth, dally, a...

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THE APPROACHING CLOSE OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 February 1857

? T 1 1 E 'A!1 PRO ACHING C LOS 12 OF THE -SESSION. ' 'The Pinker 'Ministry' begins to' breath more frefely hb the close of the session draivq nigh. By dint ?of a\oidiug tlio.se matters on which they were likely to be beaten, anil a certain newly acquired ;? amount ot thick skin, they will survive the storm of onu acBsion mid liavo tinio allowed to prepare for * u fresh campaign. As a Responsible Government -ve trust that- tlieywill ever^fiirnibh u striking .-exaipplo of how littloam bo uccompliflhetl. Mr. l'arker commenced providing' for the diffi culty of surviving a session. 'Tli6se,qucstions of the ^greatest public moment uuch jW'Um? '.Jtevision of the Electoral Act and a now Lniul Scheme havo been shelved- as being from their nature too coni ' biiBtible. 'The 'latter qucHlion was amongst the ministerial. (programme, but the cause of its post ponement, is too evident to need comment. The chccul Jc butulllu .ii' the Government haabeen live estimates. They have, however, been l-ea...

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