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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. „ . VICTORIA. J-y tho arrival of the Oovornor-Cicncral, wo havo Mel bourne pnpeni to iho flth instant. In lho( Ltpinlntivo Council, on th% 4th instant, Mr. rawknci'H (notion for thn adoption of u form of prayer w.iH earned by n majority of two. In tlio Assembly, on thHth.tho ministrvlmd Kustained a ddiat on the question of tlio Crown Lands Manage ment, tho division l)einp 28 lo 17, Saturday evening, tbo HHh mst.f tlie ^inhabitants of Ntrathalbyn were thrown into a Male of painful excitement by the report that Mr. Joseph Hull, chemist, of that place, had tenninatod bin cxiKteiico by t.ikin-r poison. Tin? fact nfthc case apponrs t-- ho that rn the day 1n question lie h;uU»m\ drmkmj»t and bad been followed by his wif-, who reproached him with* hw pecuniary dilHeullie*. He went home, tool; a jminll phial (which wuaafterwards discovcnM U- ctntain acetate of morphia, a very powerful narcotic) fYoin his shop, nnd ftKnjn Went out, followed by Iiih wile-, who Hlispeeti...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YESTERDAY'S SYDNEY PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

Y1,3TKUD\V\S sy I;.\' KY |-,\ I'KP.S, I ni: Syf'n^y .-.nivo 1 lu'i iasf T!ioy contain 'iuly new* The wnr in China is carried on with prcat vigour l-y tlio knglisli and Americana, who Itavo been drawn into tnc quarrel. The Chineno nro vtill nhstiimto, and rofnfe t0 of cold htoi-1 nnd minio bullets. A cluU wan drowned on Tuesday last, m ar bano Cove.

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

Tuebdat, Fbdrvauy 10. 1857. Tho Court opened at ten o'clock. Tho Chairman wag assisted by Major Crummcr, F. H. Smith, and A. Lang, Esqrs, STB1LIKG A WATCH. Francis Macdonald was charged with having stolen a witch, the property of Mary Butler, at Murrurundi. on the 10th of January last. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was undefended. Michacl Brennan deposed that he lived at tho Page, and that ho was a blacksmith ; he knew the prisoner at the bar and had bought a watch from him ; there was a man in tho forge when prisoner went in, who examined the watch'; deponent bought the watch for a pound, but hearing subsequently that tho watch belonged to Jlrs. Butler, he returned it to her. James Macdonough deposed that he was an agricul turist residing near Murrurundi ; ho knew the prisoner, and had seen him sell the watch to Brenuan ; deponent had cautioned prisonor not to sell the watch, but pri soner had persisted in stating that the watch was his own property ; deponent could not stat...

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MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

MAITLAND QUARTER SESSIONS. Tnts Court was opened on 'Monday la»t, before the Ciiairmnn, A. Cheeko. EJq., assisted by the Police Magis trate, and i\ Greon, K--[. Ttie B irrirtters present woro J. C^llaghan, tho Crown Prosecutor, and A Pring, E*q. stealing monkv, John Dojhtrty was charged with tho abovo offonce. It ?! was alleged in tho indictment that he had stolen three 1 one-pound note*, the property of Georgo Adams, at Ar- I midulc, on the I nt December, Georgo Adams, 9tore-keeper, Hooky lliver, deposed , that ho bad given tho prisouer credit for somo small amounts. H« recollected that the prisoner went to his store on the 31st December, l^risnner owed pro ecu'or £1 7« ; three days after the 31st of December, prisoner called on prosecutor, as he said, top iy him the XI 7« ; be pulled out a £o0 not-*, and asked for the change; prose cutor asked him to givo somo smaller monoy in payment ; prisoner tben said ho would givo proiecutor a five pound note. He held out a picco of paper but...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

GOLD FIELDS. TT1E ROCKY RIVER. Our correspondent at those diggings, under date the 31st ultimo, says : — I am sorry to say that our popula tion is fast diminishing; every day takes some dozen or more from our number. They are not going iu twos and threes, hut literally in scores; and tho ono-half that arc leaving arc off for Victoria Not only an*, the Victoria diggers going, but many of our New South W.,Jes diggers also, enticeil by the flaming s.eeonnls of rich leads und large nuggets, and all the cither great things that shino so bright at a distance — ' 'Tis distance lends enchantment to the view.' Ilut I am very much mistaken (-.-??hen many of them get there), if ' enchantment' does not find wings and try to bad them back again. I cannot give any favourable report of this place at tho present timo. Everything is very dull, with the excep tion of Mount Wei ll, whero a few favoured of For tune arc still doint: acoid stroke, but thev are onlv as ono to seven of the peop'o there. Sa...

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ALLOWING A PRISONER TO ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

ALIiOWINQ A FBISONCIl TO ESCAPE. Joseph Davit, constable of Black Crock, wns charge with having allowed a prisoner, namod John Edwards, t-' escapo from liia custody on tho way from Black Creek t- Singleton. Mr. Chambers applied for n postponement of tho casi 'until a later period of tlio session, on the around that certain witiicsoen material to tho defonco Woro absent -ind would ho present on the following day. The trial was accordingly postponed. etkalinu iiiiawi.s, Anne Milltr was charged witli having stolon two shawls tho property of Ilarbara Qraco, nt .Maitland, on tho 1 Otl- of Novoinbor, 1850. Tho prisonor pleaded cui'ty. Sentoiico, twclvo ntouths hard labour in Maitland Gaol. STEALIUfI A WATCH, ylmie Miller was indicted for, that nlm did on tho !iih ol Novembor, nt Noivcasfcle, feloniously steal a watch, tlu jiropcrty of Francis Walker. Tlio prisonor pleaded guilty, and throw hcrsolf on the mercy of tho court. Sentoncofl to Iwelvo monlhs imprisonment with hnrd inbourin Maitl...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH. (Before Bourn Russell, Eng.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ?? MAITLAND, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH   (Before Bourn Russell, Esq.) DRUNKENESS. — John Ayling, William Watson, and William Moss, were fined 10s or twenty-four hours imprisonment each; and John Fisher, for the same offence, was fined 20s or forty-eight hours in the cells. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. — Samuel Thorburn was fined 20s or seven days in gaol for the above offence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

Hunter River TSTew Steam Navigation ' Company. Morning Steamers to Sydnoy Daily. rpnE Steamers of this Company will resume tho I. MORNING TRIPS to Sydnoy, from the Wharf Morpeth, daily, at 7 o'clock, for the Fortnight com- I mencing on MONDaV, the 16th instant. TILMOUTU F. DYE, Manager. Company's Office, Morpotli, \ 13th February, 18&7. J . 1283 Afternoon Steamers to Sydnoy. FROM tiro Australasian Steam - Wharves, Morpeth, DAILY j \ ' cisoly. ; JAMES I' * : Morpeth, 14th Feb., 18G7. Maitland Hosp THE Clergy and Medical Genth i* ' ;h.i \ together with the other memb .* ' ''on.Mkwo appointed to piepare rules and Teg'..i it ? *i.e lr.n*» management of the Institution, are rc-ipt -ninWv icqn. ., ?.-; to ho In attendance at the Con. ?.»e Itjom-., WEDNESDAY, the 18th instant, r.r Four p.m., m reccivo the Teport of the Snb-CciuioiitM^ #ie:»uto«l revise grammatically such Rules, an-? » .» determine up u, what day a special general meet! y A t'v : shall be called for their adoption. ...

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To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

To the Jiditor of the Northern Times. Sir, — I regret that my absence from tho Annual Meeting, should havo prevented mv inserting the name of Mr. Bellamy, of the Coach and Horses, as an annual subscriber of £1 to the Maitland Hospital. I am, gentlemen. Your obodicnt servant, M. M'CARTNEY. Feb. 13th, 1857.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed l*y our Correspondents. 1 SQUATTING RENTALS. To the Editor of the Northern 7Sines, . ' | Mn,— in a leading article on the .10th December Inst, ; your contempory (the; Maitland Mercury) complain.*, and 1 in my Opinion justly, of tho prosent system of estimating 1 squatting rentals, ns illustrated in the case of 'tho squat- : tajscs of lenterliehl and Clifton, estimated to graze' 2.-,000 sheep, 700 cattle, and 14,000 sheep respectively, lea cd to Stuart Alexander Donaldson, Esq., at £107 JIK I hi'Merrunj sayf, Mr. Donaldson could well pay £o00 ; b it irom the opposition made by the squatting fraternity 1 1 1 the present system when introdueol in tbe timo of Sir George -»ipps, it is but fair to suppose that Mr. Donald- - son would prefer tho old system of .£'10 enfh for his runs : aud £'20 for the two. While if an opinion nf so humble an individual nn myself could he worth anything, 1 ; would sav^ that ...

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SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. £ s. d. £ s. d. Tallow, beef, per ton , . ..42 0 0 44 0 0 Ditto, station, ditto .. .. 38 0 0 ,, 42 0 0 Hides, each .. .. ... 0 18 0 ,, 1 1 0 Ditto, (inferior) .. .. 0 10 0 „ (I 16 fl Flour ? 16 0 0 „ 18 0 O Wheat, per bushel .. ?? 0 6 0 f- 0 6 0 Maize, saleable .. .. 0 4 C ,, 0 5 3 Oats (Scotch) .. .. ?? 0 3 G ,, 0 4 0 Barley, English, per bushel ... 0 3 0 „ 0 2 6 Potatoes, in demand .. .. 5 0 0 „ 6 10 0 Onions ,, .. ?« 0 7-0 ,, 010 0' Hay, oaten, por ton .. ... 7 10 0 ,, 10 ? 0 0 Ditto, Itioemo, ditto .. ?? 4 10 0 ,. 5 10 0' pjrjs ? 0 o 4 „ 0 o * Calves .. 0 1.0 0 ,, '/ ^ ( Fowls, per ? -?iple 'Market lull) 0 2 ft „ 0 0 j Decks, dit ? 0 » O „ 0 4 0 Geese, ditt ? 0 14 0 „ I U 0 j Turkeys, - .. 0 16 0 «, 1 Ki 0 | Hotter 0 ? 0 i' 0 I {' ; Cheese,' C ' ' vi'.-vij 0 0 5 0 O E-'«rs, per ? ' i ... I' J. ! Lard . ..0 0 5 .. 0 ' j Ham*, Co '* . {* ! i-? j Bacon, (sc u . c , . . O '0 ] Cabbage-ti ? . pet ! hae u . . 1 GEOUC K I.. !'? VAl. i /.j.-Mi?, ] t Markrt an...

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PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN AT THE MILLS, Per 100 lbs. cash; if booked Is, additional. First*. Seconds. Bran s. d. s. d. s. d Nicholson's ? 17 0,. 0,. (j 0 Portus's ? 17 0 ., 15 0 .. ft 0 Pearce's ? 17 0 .. 16 0 .« 6 0 Solomon, Vindin, & Co.'s .. 17 0 ». 10 0 .. 6 0 'Aimer's ? 17 0 .. 10 0 .. fl 0, Raymond Terrace ? ? 17 0., 15 0..C 0, Hlack Creek .. ? ? 18 0 . . 16 0 .. G 0 Kingston's; Singleton ? 18 0 .. 16 0 .. 0 0 Kitchell's, Dunmore ? 18 0 .. 16 0 .. 6 0 Mennode's, Dungog ? 18 0 .. 16 tt .. 6 0 Darks, Clarence Town .... 18 0.. 16 0.. C 0 Allen's, Dungog ? 18 0 .. 16 0 .. fl o Milfield ? 18 0 .. 16 0 „ G 0

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THE REWARD OF INCAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

THE REWARD OF INCAPACITY. ?M/U njijiomtnients to the Oily Commissioners— ^\Io93M. Klliott n»d line, to bo highly irregular nnd improper, wiis lost by a ministerial rnn'ority of (bur voUa, the mtmlim bring nyca 1 7 -anti nws -21. ?The case brought forward by Mr. Martin- wns as clear it a ntiy thing could well be. An inquiry lor somo time had been long, pending with respect to the Commissioner.)' conduct owing to tho gross ? irregtilnrMies and mismanagement exercised in their dopnrtment. :Tlio report of the Inst committee of whi It Mr. Jones waB the clinirmnn, after pointing out the utter incapacity of Mr. Rider, the City. Engineer, contains the following observations oil' tho conduct I of the Coiiiini.-sioni'is : — Your committee consider ' that the commissioner9 thomsolves are nut cittitloiltobo exonerated from folutnu' for tho grave niistnkes and the liiiMuaimgomCnt which took placc whili tho sowers wero under Mr. -Rider's di rection, and for not having dispensed with his servient,...

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TOWN AND TABLE TALK ON LITERATURE, ART. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

TOWN AND TABLE TALK ON LITERATURE, ART. See, (From the Illustrated London News, 16 th November.) Cockneys may put up with any scandal about Queen Elizabeth, but the inmates of Auld Reekie will not endure to have a word said against Mary, Queon of Scots. We have good proof of this during the present week. Mr. Thackeray has been delivering, in Edinburgh, his f«ur lectures on the four Georges. JJy way of seasoning :his repast, and while speaking of Queens in ceneral, he said something severe about Mary Queen of t-cots, and was nearly endangering the success of his lectures by hi.« harmless pleasantry. What he said seems to havo been historically true; but it would not go down. For a Southron to coine and abuse Mary Stuart iu her own j capital was what the Scottish lion could not stand. The emblematic thistle was more prickly than ever. Scotch men aro notorious for nourishing historical misfortunes. John Ronnie, the great engineer, was fond of relating that he had known a Scotchman who ...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEB., 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE/ LEGIfiljiYlUV K OOUNClli. Toksiuy. Ten.. 10. On the President taking tlie Chair, it wns ascertained that thore wan not a quorum present, and accordingly tho House was ndjourned till four o'clock on Wed nesday.

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TEN DAYS' LATER NEWS. WE extract the following from the "HERAlD" and "EMPIRE." FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

TEN DAYS' LATER NEWS. Bit THE ' STAR OF PEACE' Wk extract tho following from thu ' Huualu'' aud ,4 Ifiupiiu:/' FOREIGN NEWS. rKAvcuand England have one* more been united on tho Eastern ijuostion Tho French G 'Veiumeiit fouud that they could not, I may say ilaro not, get on with safety without the English »dl ance ; and Louis Napo'oon has for once felt and acknowledged how much he is indebted to England tor Iih pro out stnht it v. 1 shall not. however. pnrsuo the subject, suffice it that France n'icow with the demands of Fnijl ,,»«! for full compli.iuc; bv ltu,sia of the terms of tho Tnaty of Peace. This has brought Russia to her sonses and she now, it is understood, consents to waive ill « question of the ]?.le of Serpents, by proposing that it shall be neutral, and be placed under tho manage ment of a mixed commission. As regards tho frontier question t bin she also is prepared to nettle by a modifica tion nf her preton«.ions. Tho fact is, sho is now willing to get rid ot the diffi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

AUK NTS FOR Tilt-; NORTHERN' TIMES Armidide — Mr Rernard Xaughton BUck Creek— Mr. Adam Mather, Flour Mills Borwin Hirer — Brisbane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter Bingcra — Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence To ten — Mr. Lvall Cjuloh— Cod-fighter's Creek— Mr. T. a Squire . . Cooh'ibarabran — CWhindoon— Darling Downs — ' . , Dungog — Mr. E. C. Mndgwick Dn/tmorc. — Mr. G. Roberts England — Britannia Oflicet London Grafton — Mr. John Williams Cagndah .. doonoo Goonoo — . 1 , GouP/nrn. — Mr. Thomas Williams Grctford — Mr. John Rush Galligal — Ilinton — Mr. Henry Atkins ; Hanging Bock — Messrs. Davis and Dra3ford Ipswich and Brisbane — Jerrys Plains — Mr. Richard Alcorn Ijochinvar-^ Mr. Jo*cph Smith, Storekeeper. MacdonaUl River (near Windsor)— Mr. M. O. Thompson Manning River — Mr. John Ncwby Macintgre River Manila and Gwgdir Rivers — Mcrriwa — Mr, David Alunro Meroo and Long C reek — Mr. Stephen Tucker Miljleld— Messrs. Crothers and Xrwin Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi — Mr. II. Wheeler Mutw...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, FEB., 10. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

IiEUISLATIVIfl ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, Fkii., 10. After tlie t-rnnsdciion of Notm- formal businrsn, Mr. Martin brought forward his motion, that the ofl'or tiindo by tho Government of. now appointment t ) Mr. Elliott, and Mr. Itae, two of tlie City CommissionerA, while an inquiry into their department hy a select committcot-f the Uotiso was pending:, was highly ' ivrepulnr utul im proper; which niter n delmte, of moderate longth was negativod on a division by 21 to!17. Mr Sandcman'a motion for tho adoption of tho nport of tho select committee on tho Native Police Forco war amended hy the omission of tho fir.st clause, anil carried. Tho Stamps on Conveyances Hill, the Insolvent \cts Amendment Hill, the Uemcdios on Bill# of Excliingo and Promissory Notes Facilitation Ilitl, and the StuMi Head road Trust lhtl, T.*ere rfoverally read a thii'd time aad passed. The Judicial Officers and BarrintorV AdmisMou Bill waa iurtlior consider«Ml in Committee and reported vith amendments. Tho report was a...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. We ' Empire' have received papers from Melbourne to tho Oth instant. No business of importance had been before the Par liament sincc o\ir last dates. The Age of the 0th instant says — 44 The system of Select Committees is not working successfully this ses sions. rew of them can get a quorum. The Federation Committee has not even tii.'d to get a meeting. The Penal Discipline committee has adjourned from week fo week for want of a quorum; and Mr. John Price will r«cape, because honourable members are exhausted with the long debates of the previous night. The most suc cessful committees have been those involving legal inves tigation, namely the Election Committee and the I^ang and Drake Committee. There is no remedy for this fai lure of the committee system, except doubling the num ber of members of the Assembly. The present House cannot do the work of the country.'' The following comments on a remarkable verdict of a coroner's Jury aro from the Herald ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

LRGISLATIVE COUNCIL. — AVkdnesday. Avrua the transaction of some formal busineis, the Hondod Warehouses Duty Hill was read a third timo and passed. . ' A message was received from the Govornor-Goncral I announcing that Hohcrt Tooth, Ksq., .had resignud dns seat as a mombor of Council. Messages wore received from the Assembly bunging up several Bills which were advanced a stage. The Customs Further Bogulation Bill mi4 the Pcwtago Acts Amendment Hill were severally read a second time and ordered to he considered in committee, tho former on Wednesday next and thd latter on Friday next Tho Loan Bill was read a third time arid passed ;*after which Mr; Lntwyche handed iu a written protest against tho 'passing of the bill. Tim 'IVtt'it pu„.ti- T-U\ «..?! CU. Servants Bill were further considered in committee, and each reported with amendments. The adoption of the report of each bill was ordored for 'this 'day. Tho report ot the Deserted Wive.s and ChildreVs Bill was-aduptcd, and the third ...

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