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LITERARY VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

LITERARY VARIETIES. I TnB'ERausn Houses or Paiu.iamf.nt.— To put tige - half a rmlo of Monoid tio o\sy mattnr, Vi^wovor it bo ?tlonoj rauoh less caay, tvhon it la dono with Mr. Birry'n ?flrandour of offcat aud breadth of stylo. Too Nmw Palace Jit Westminster now Minws many truces «f advanco: thn ?*n*iou* boarding that long m*«ked tho b-Jiuty of th* .'Pecra* Front having beon removed, togothor with the tnasonV shed* where tho rorminatlnc nroce«fl wns carried on— whoru labour toiled nnd art planned. The groit tiwqr ha* ri'cn iu three yours pome ninety To t nearer t * heaven, nnd another turre'. hut been put on it« r« of, und Bprinefl pkvward fi- m nn pyramid mid pracoful n* mi abolink. N*(v«r hefiro in R iglntid b -n nuch a bulhUutf nriecn, Pave fur religion1* purposes ; for c ithcdnil*, though thoy woro in rnulity tho placid of the priest*, wero called ♦ ho nltaiR of God. Long (lights of orbd windows pierce ? t.bo now front, nnd combine with pierced pinn»uU\ ^rAVorin? v»ne, nnd figur...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. lU'.SIONATIOK OF TlIK PllKSIDRNOY Or TUB ScllOOI. Or Arts. — Wo regrot very much that Mr. Alexander Dick son, the I'ro'iilent of tho Sohool of Arts, lias thought proper to resign his offiio. Tho resignation is officially an nounced in a lottor to tho Sccrotary. Wo understand tho Sncrotary has also. intimated to, tho committeo his inton lio.i of i-ulinquiahing offico at the nuict half yearly moot ing, which will be held on tlto 4th April. Tins notice will allow the mcmbors amplo tlmo to clionso a succonsor. Tho present secrotnry has hold tho office for upwards of two years. We regret very much that this gentleman shuulO intend to roiign o(Dco, inasmuch as wo fear tho institution will find Home difficulty in procuring a suc cessor as offioicnt and zealous as Mr. liums. CoNaitE'jATioNiL Homk Miruiohmiy Bociktt. — On Tuesday evening last, a meeting of tho abovo Society was hold in tho Congregational Church, West Maitland. Suffi cient publicity hail not boen given to ...

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FEMALE MEDICAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

FEMALE MEDICAL SCHOOLS. ( From the London Daily AVrcj.) In Franco tbo war* of N-tpoleon I. enured a great ppojial ubango, and opened now presents women. Tho , tren.'ondous eacrifico of 6oldiera during the Ktn pororV reign and t^o close pressure of tho oonvcription placed a whole cenaration of women in a position of re sponsibility and dignified industry front which thoir de scendant* could not recede. Tbe women of France be oimo ' men of buaiiiOtt''* to an extent which drow the attentiou of all who bad eyes and mind*. Tho women of tbo labouring clauo* worked before that, as a matter of course, but it was near to sco widow ladies conduct the manufactory, tbo idiop, tbo farm, and vineyard, and nntngo bouse property, and landed edtUos, as their hua Imids bad done. From that poiut tha procesa has gono forward naturally and advatica^ooudy, till it id now tio Uto to argue whotbor women can work, nnd whether thoy ought to work ; and it romaim only for thoir in dustry to bo placed under the...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

LADIES* COLUMN. Mas. Mahoarf.t Ca iiPRNTF.a. — Of the various de partments of the fine arts in which tho honour of wo manhood is cilleiontly supported, nono are more ably rcnresentofl than that of portrait painting, in which this lady is tbo champion of her sex. Horn at Sn'ishury in the year 17:UI, she is tho daughtor of the late Asso rial ??Acathinician, Alexander Kevnobls (inddes, Ksq., of the Ml «t Hogiment ; hiinndf known' to tho artistic w«irld by 111 .ny portraits and admirablo copies of ibe | mnsterr. When very --010^, Mi-s tioddes receive i two ; years' imtruction in figure-drawing and painting fron 11 resident master at .Salisbury ; and, during her abode j in the country, bad the advantage of studying f.nm th 1 j fine collection of pictures at l.nngford Castle, the f-oit o.' the Karl of Radnor, who evinc- d a warm interest iu her advancement. At bis reconimi ndation she took tho sup , which first made her generally known, and sent pictures , to the Society of Arts for thivc...

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OBAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

OBAN DIGGINGS. A ftw large parties havo commenced working thoir el »inis, and from what I can learn 1 believe they arc ge nerally doing will. 1 am not aware of any extraordinary hits, but the yic d iceins to be steady, aud gives good wa v.s, leaving a libeiv.l margin besides for lost time and l ibonr mmiiudv expended. Sever .d are doing well on n back creek about two mile;; from our main diggings. The gold already found i-; finer than that obtained from Oban Creuk, and hns a much greater rcsemhlmco to llocky River gold than i!k- latter. 1 have been informed that two men together can ahno t certainly depend oil two ounces per week, and there is no doubt that some hnve mado a much larger quantify, I lately visited this locality, and in tho course of my inquiries a female told me that her husband bad mado £10 or til worth durim? tho nrevious week. The .sluicing parties on the main crcck havcevery pros pict of doing well. There is great reserve amongst tbo miners lure, nr.d very few wil...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

GOLD FIELDS. TIIE KOOKY IUVER. (From the AnnidaU Extras.) Both tbe diggings nnd business nro comparatively dul At the Kocky this week, nnd there has been nothing worthy of particular nolico since our last issue.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 February 1857

BIRTH. Mrs. Thomas Bayly, at Hinton, of a son.

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MR. SPURGEON AT THE SURREY MUSIC-HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

MR. SPURGEON AT THE SURREY MUSIC- | HALL. I Yesterday morning (says the Times of November 21), i this popular Nonconformist preacher made his appearance ? again in the new MuMC-hall, at the Surrey-gardens, and » condncted areligious service, at which some 5000 or GUOU people were present. Tho circumstance of itself would, have had Irttle or no public interest'but for the calamity, still fresh in the public recollection, in which his previous Viait there-Unhannilv r^nHr.,1 an,l eovni. nrr ? sons lost their lives. The greatest precautions -were taken to prevent the s'rnilar recurrence of the catastro phe, both by the managers of the gardens and by the public authorities. The recommendatiou of tho jnry as to the construction of the stairs in the four corner towers ? leading to the ealleriea in the building has not yet been - carried into effect, but the directors have since had the ? balustrades properly secured, bo as to resist a mueh greater amount of pressure than any 'to which it i...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. TOWN AND TABLE TALK. From the Illustrated London News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. TOWN AND TABLB TALK. Trom the Illustrated London News. Death this week has removed from among an tho last turvivorof tho correspondents of Kobert Bums. ? Tbe billow of Basil Montagu (of Breconslrire), and the mother-in-law of Barry Cornwall (of Pnrnassnsshiro), diodafew days ago nt tlio aj»o of eighty-tlrree. Hor maiden name was Benson. Sho most have been rcry handsome in her youth. Tn old ngo (when turned of 'fifty) sho had a queen-like, maticmly lodk thai waa 'very engaging. Slie was a g.rl ol twenty wncn Unrns Yastoncd his fine poetic eyes on her attractive features. The po^t was poetica'ly in love, and evinced bin aduii Tatton by a letterto her printed in his works, the pro fci'ly regarded bv Mrs. Montagu as a letter not to he 'parted with TV© 'have heard her -speak admiringly ?of Burns, and in the prcscnce oT those who loved to hear 'whatsho'had to snv about him. One anecdote, and -that rtho beat, Allan Cunningham has preserved. ' I dinod ?with ...

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

milE PROFESSIONAL LIFE ASSURANCE JL COMPANY. Chief Offices; 70, Cheapside, l-ondon ; and 40, Collins street West, Melbourne. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. Capital: Two hundred and fifty thousand pounds. With upwards of ono thousand four bundled share holders. London Djkhctors. Chairman : James Andrew Durham, Esq. Deputy Chairman : William Wellington Cooper, Esq. Andrew Durham Esq. Capt E. Nash Norcott, R N. Rev. J. W, Gleadhali, MA. Thus. Geo. Williams, Esq. Rev. Henry Hamilton E. Gamaliel Winthorp, Esq. J. Mimtefiore, Esq. I Resident Manager : Benjamin Massey, Esq. INSPItCTOU FOR TUB COZ.OKICS. William Thomas Woods, Esquire. Mkloouhnj: Board. niitECTMits. Major N. Campbell, J.P. W. i-\ A. Rue kcr, Esij. William Orcen. Ksq. Ckhu'^i.' Hniylli, ]',s-| . William J-ucku, William Tlios. W'uoJs, MRDtOAi. HKri:m:i:n. J. 13. Motherwell, M.I). \v. II. Campbell, Esq. Manager : George Sinyili, K»t|. S P JS OT A I, FJ1A T U 11 E S. PoUCIKS ISDUKD lilMCDIATELV, AND ALL Cl.AIHS I'A ? i- in t...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COUNTRY PRODUCE ARRIVING COASTWISE IN SYDNEY DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

? — ? ? — - - - -J. n-' WHOLESALE PRICES OF COUNTRY PRODUCE ARRIVING CO.iSTWISE IN SYDNEY DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. £ s. d. * £ n, (L Wool, fair to best, per lb .. 0 13 In 0 2 0 Tallow, beef, pcMon .. ..*20 O .. '46 0 0 Ditto, mutton, ditto ... .. 48 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, station, ditto .; 38 0 0 .. 42 0 0 Sheepskins, per lb . 0 0 7J 0 0 K Hides, each ? .. 0 If, 0 .. 0 10 0 Barley, English, per bnshel . . 0 6 0 ». 0 5. 'J Ditto, Cape, ditto .. .. 0 4 0 ?? 0 4 Wheat, ditto ? 0 0 0 .. 0 6 0 Mnizn, di;to ... ,, 0 4 10 .. 0 5 0 Bran ditto ... 0 1 C .. 0' a 0, (ray, oaten, pur tun .? .. 5 10 0 .. 0 0 0 - Ditto, lucerne, ditto ,. ..450 .. 4 10 0 Potatoes, ditto. . . , .. 0 0 0 6 10 0 Onions, ditto .. .. . . 5 0 0..' 0 0 0 Bacon, per Jb ? 0 0 8.. 0 0 y Cheese, dillo ? 0 0 5 .. 0 0 0 Butter, ditto ? .. 0 0 8 .. 0 1 0 Kgpt, per dozen .. 0 1. 0 .. 0 0 0 Fowls, per couple . . . . 0 3 0 . . 0 3 0 Ducks, dillo ? 0 ♦ 4 0 . . 0 5 0 Gec^e, ditto ? ? 0 12 0 0 14 0 Turkeys, ditto .. .. 0 12 0 .. 0 15 0 ...

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Abridged from the Hoburton Mercury.—Thursday, Feb. 5. Before His Honor, Sir Valentine Fleming. Chief Justice. MURDER OF HENRY CHABERLAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

Abridged from the It-jh*rlon Mercury. — Thursday , Fih. 5. 1 Bef ire His Honor, Sir Valentine Fleming, Chief Justice. MURKER OF HENRY CH AjSKRLATNK. Henry Nixon was placed at the bar, and charged in the usual manner for the wilful murder of Henry Cham berlayne, on the 12th of November laaL The prisoner, In a confident tone, pleaded not guilty. The Attorney-General conducted the prosecution, and Mr. Macdowell defended tbe prisoner. The prisoner handed to his Honor a written document which Mr. Macdowell stated, was an application for the case to l*e tried by a jury from the other side of the iiland there could be no objection, he thought, to its reception, although it did not matter at that stage of the proceed ing*. After the counsel on either side had addressed the court at great length, and with considerab'e ability, and the different witness for the prosecution and defence had been examined. His Honor summed np. He cantioned the jury against being swayed by what they had heard out...

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

Printed tad pu&Uhsd tg? Pei&eta for profrUior?, a| ' NOKTscan G&eiel frfnttag Kigfe V7es? (ft W gtaft Wfctp* ! ' We&iet&ft FeStrtusy! £9, 135J. '

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[?]NER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

? l-mf.iVEIt'S INQUSST. lay !?«' inquest was hold at the Maitland j ho-tii:.il M.-|.,r. ':-:onerM. ill'Cartnoy, Kstp, toucli i.w ti;.. ili-.-th ai ?. v. mined Iticharil ? , (the other | name -iiiknoii-:.; v., ? (id there lying dead. Fi.uk;.. /.:i:.'i -y, resident npotliecary, aftlio ' o ' I 'M!. ! : ? ? ied that ho had reccivod a man n. ii. -.'--i, ill. : . spiiat, on Friday Inst. He was i, i, i,m Minim: ::i a cart, -suflering as deponent I tin . I...1. ii,, .i u .ij:; liu: ofTects of skinning discasodoattle. i i i i'i ' i c ' ' to bo ilia dying state. Depo | v.-i-- ''' inai nr. mugont uau aitcnuoil deceased. | 'v. - . ! v.its ,) '' - ..if,.-: , all it had according to deponent's [ Dene, nuts ciniiy e-m c down from the ltocky 'River. Dr.,. V. ,t-wu .in J !io!ioa prescribed for the deceased at the 1 in-.- :-i i. i ',/uyil di jio-.-l that he was a fencer in the , .1 Umiel Maeknjr, at Ilinton, and that decoased .. . i -i.j..i'1-i.j hv deponent to assist in putting up some j pailvt v. i...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. TASMANIA. (From our own Correntondait.) All flic Froudes, save the one who struck the blow, have been acquitted, and tho guilty one has been sen tenced for manslaughter only. The trial of Nichols for embezzlement and frauds on the bank was pending when our correspondent wrote*

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES Armidalc — Mr Bernard Naughton BlacJc Creek— I\Ir. Adam Mather, Flour Mills Barwin River— ? Brisbane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter Bingera — Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall 'Coolah — Cockjighters Crick — Mr. T. B. Squire Coonabarabran — Callandoon — Darling Down* — Dungog — Mr. E. C. Madgwick Dunmore. — Mr. O.Roberts England — Britannia Office, London Grafton — Mr. John Williams Gayndah Goonoo Goonoo— Goulbnrn . — Mr. Thomas Williams Gretfor# — Mr. John Bush Gulligal — Ilinton — Mr. Henry Atkins Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford] Ipswich and Brisbane — Jerry's Plains — Mr. Richard Alcorn Isochinvar— Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper.. Macdonald River (near Windsor)— Mr. M. G. Thompson Manning Rivtr— Mr. John Newby Macintgre River — Manila and Gwudir Rivers — Merriwa — Mr. David Munro Meroo and Long Creek — Mr. Stephen Tuckw MiljUld — Mossrs. Crothers and Irwin v Morpeth-~~ Mr. Ling. Mnrrurundi—' Mr. H. 'Wheeler Muswell Brook — Mr. Q....

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MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. On Monday Ja*t, this body mot purmimt to njjourn tuont, at tho Court IIoum), Ki«t Maithinl. 'Itiorn wcro preHdit: Tho Warden, iirnl iMoaarf OorribU, Wnlrh, Ilorthwick, C.illajjhan, i\nd Portuf. Tho minutorf of tho provioun moo;in^ woro roatl nnd cotifiruiod, nnd tho Imlanco in favour of tho Council wan dcclarod to bo .t*28 .rM 8d. Altor tho traiwaotion of fiotui* otbi-r unimportant busi ncBrt, tho Council resolved itsoK into TIIK MAITLAND UC AD TitUST. | Tiio minutea of tho provions mooting woro re:(d nnd contirmed, and tho balanco in fiivour of tbo'lnwt wa« declared to b6 £'^0 19s. , It una then movod by Mr. Child, Boconded by'Mr. llorthvriok, and carried— 11 That Moiww. Jono.^, Nichols, nnd Wookop, bo requwtod to'tnuko application from their plaeea in the IIuiho, to tho Seoreuiry of.Lmda aud 1'ublio'Work , to acgcriain tho ieasou why tho alignment of tho Northumberland Roroughn bus not' boon proceeded with, und why tho Wardon'tJ letter on thiii subject, ...

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DREADFUL TRAGEDY. (FROM THE BERLIN CORRESPONDENT OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

DREADFUL TRAGEDY. (From tiir Dghi.in CoitriEsro ^ dknt op the Tijtbs. I Lonsiderahle excitement was created on Friday, 1 hh November, in the neighbourhood of the Dublin terminus of the Great Western Railway, by a most fearful occur raaco, the circumstances of which so far as they arc known, are thus narrated in tho morning papers. ?' Mr. George Little, tire cashier of the Midland Great Western Railway, who was ducat his office at the Broad stone, according to his usual j/ractire, at 10 o'clock yes terday morning, had not m rived at that hour, or for some time after: and it wits then rememb'.-red by the officials that he had not been seen from half-pa-t 5 o'clock the nrniwino ovofiinrr Hi* , nA « a 1,,. usually had possession of his own key, it was judged well to wait his arrival ere taking any steps in reference ] to the business of his department' At 12 o'clock, how ?-?ver, Mr. Little not having arrived, it was resolved to 1 break open the office, and by some persons suspicions, no...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. Alet, English/ ptr hogihcoJ . 9 0 O to 10 0 0 Dyasi'i, per do2cn , . U II O U 1* ' AlUop't, ditto . . . 0 11 U O 13 6 At the Maitland Ureiwlci, pcrhhd. . . . J |J 0 5 10 0 Ditto por cation U I 4 0 16* Sydney, per galluu . 0 1* Arrowroot, per lb * . O 0 O U O ft Ditto, Welt India, ditto . OlO 014 Dacon, per lb. ? ? . 0 0 7 0 0 )0 3 buihcl, per doten ? . 0 18 O IOO Dark, per ton . 6 0 0 Urcnd, per loaf of 1 lb« ? , 0 0 4 0 0 4 Dricki, per thousand , . . IOO 3 & O ttutchcn' Meat— Ileef, per lb* . 0 0 * 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto . , . 0 0 3 0 0 6 Pork, ditto. , . , 0 0 C 0 0 7 Veal, ditto ? 0 0 4 O O tl\ Duttcr. froah, per lb. . ? . 0 16 0 4 0 Ditto, aalt, ditto , . Ol O' 0 14 noulcd Fruit*, per bottle ? . 0 1 9 0 9 0 Caudlci, mould, per lb. , , t 0 0 7 WholcMilo per lb, ? . 0 0 6 Chtcio, por lb . . . . 0 0 6 0 0 9 Coflta, ditto . , ? , 0 1 3 0 16 Coal, per ton, delivered , . 0 IS O OHO Currants, Zante, per lb , . OlO 014 Capers, per botUe . , . OlO O t C Gorki...

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NOTE BY THE WARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

NOTK DY THE WAR DSN. ' At thin time, there are no luas tbau 50 dray« c mt-cd by tho tiido of this road unable to proceed. ' \V. K. Cjiild.'* Mr. Portua then ntated that, for tbo purposo of aiding eucb Bntimry, and in order th At the public jnijjht bo apprised of the relative amounts given by the G vorn moat to the Cotuuiirtsioucrs of this Trnat, and to tho Government Surveyor of Koads, he would move tho fol lowing resolution, which wan seconded by Mr. Gorrick, anil flurried iiitn.nimnM.ili/ ''That Mr. A. W.Scott bo written to by tbo clerk, nvking. him to move tho following resolutions in the Legislative Assembly, and to use his influeuco to obtain the iulonaa tion as soon as povoible.' '? 1st. A return of all suma of money issued from tho Government from the date of tho appointment of ' tho Northern Koad Surveyor to the fir^fc day of January, 1867, for repairing roadi tmd Bridgea on the Great Northern lino, from 331nc!c Orcelc to tho CUp at Murrurundi| showing by whom mch sums h(tve...

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