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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE NEWCASTLE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE February 13. — An inquest was held here la^t evening, before Dr. Bowker, the coroner, on the body of a seaman, supposed to be Thomas Scott, but about whoso name thero was .some doubt, who diod yesterday in the New castle Hospital, from injuries roccWed on tho previous day by a fall from tho yard-arm of tho ship Kdmond, in our harbour. David Drinan, sccond officer of tho Ed niond, deposed that tho deceased, who had bcon called Jem on board tho vosscl, had joined tho ship on Monday last, but had not yot nignod articles, being working in iho mnnnfimn hv the ilfiv ! Ju* had eom-» from fivdiiftv. whero he was aupposod to have dosorted from tho Rodganntlct; yeiterdav, about eleven o'olookf the docoasod and auother man liaa been scut up to the main yard-arm to removo a spar, wliich, during tho diftcharge of tbo vossel, had been nsod to Bupport tho yard when getting out tbo cargo, and which was placod perpendicularly between the deck and the yurd; deceased h...

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

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ! ALIVURV. i (From the Jlunltr Post.-) j MtrtirtAY Navkjation. — We havo heard it proposed tli i- t an attempt should bo made in Albury to form a steam company for tho navigation of the river, not merely as a source of profit, but as a moans of ensuring the delivery within a reasonaMe timo of tho cargoes con signed to persons in this quarter. There could scarcely he a more favourahlo time than tho proscut for the institution of such a company, und wcfecl convinced that it would receive a large share of patronage. An English e uiipany have purchased .'100 feet of river frontago at ('Joolwa, nnd Mr. Strangways, the Australian manager of the concert!, is busy making arrangements for tho com mencement of the campaign. The vessels are being constructed iirEngland, and are expected to arrivo before 'long. Mail Accident. — A few days back tho driver of the Sydney mail had a narrow escape from injury in conse quence of the bolting of his horses. The animals got off th...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EUROPEAN'S MAIL News to the 14th December. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

f H E E U JtO P E A IS1 \S M A 1 l.:i News to the 14th December. A .Roman Catholic Hospital for sick and poor has been pj consecrated by Cardinal Wiseman. It is situated in 4 H Great Ormntid-slrect, This is tho first Human Cathode | j hospital in England. r { Murders still continue to form a prominent feature lit | J tbo criminal calendar, aud frauds and forgeries, on a I y wholesale scale, keep up the public interest. # The Australian trade increases in activity and freights | are more abundant at bettor rates. 1 ; just dead, from ovor]anxiety IIo diod on Monday last, at Queonstown, His was a lifo ol usefulness and honour. His popularity was as great amongst Protestants and j Dissenters as it was amongst the ltoiuau Catholics. All ' 1 seels loved him in lilV, and will revere his memory. A statute has been orect-d in Trafalgar Sqi»^ la General Sir Churlo* James Napier, by a general subset ip tion from all classes. ';j Me*srs. Strahan, Paul, and Bates, will not bo Rent v 4 out of the...

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ANOTHER EXTENSIVE FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

ANOTHER KXTKNS1.VK FRAUD. I Od 'ftiursday morning tho Clorkcnwell Police Court w*s crowded to excefli* to near the charge preferred against Mr. William Soell, the chief clerk In the accountant's office, who was placed at the bar before Mr. Tyrwright, charged with embcexling thu^om of XJ1^000, the uionoy of the company. From tho evidence it nppcared that tho prisoner had boon -chief oletk in the accountant,*!* oflieo, aud iu that Mitu.it ion all tlio cneque-t drawn hy tho directors were placed in the hands of Mr. Reynolds, tho aocountaut, and bv him given into tbo cuwto ly of the prisonor. Ono oneque for £500, drawn in favour of tho Provident Fund and daUd 1 1 th July, was appropriated by him to his own purpo^n. On W-dne-iday, when atfkod to inaikti up bin aceouut-1, he said ho ivhh a dofaulter to tho oxtent of X'lOOO, and that he whs very sorry. Mr Reynolds told him ho muHt concider bimoelf in cu-itody. Tho f-icu hiiviug been shortly gone into, tho prisoner was remanded for a few da...

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ARMIDALE RACES. FEBRUARY 10th, 1857. FIRST DAY.—1st RACE.—MATHER PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

ARM I DA. LIS RACES. Fuiiruary 10th, 1857. First Day.— 1st Rack. — Maiueu Pi att. Mr. P. Tod's b f Highland Lass, 4 yrs old, 8st Gib .. .. .. ..1 dis. If. Low's brgBlackboy, aged, 9st 4 lbs, fell first heat ... .. . . 1 dis. E. Con*s g g Bribery, aged, Ost 4lbs .. 13 2 (J. Taylor's b f Lucy, 5 yrs, 9st ..06 ! J. Monahau's b f Speculation, aged, 9st 4lbs .. .. .. ... t d P. Sullivan's dk b -horse Antelopo, aged, , OstlJb.. .. ? 2 2 W. Morris c g Dingo, 7 yri, Ust 4lbs .. 1 dis. ! J. Livingstone dk b a Sum Wellor, agod, 9st 'libs .. .. .. H 1 1 A. II. Palmer's b. g Scud, 5 yrs, 9st .. 0 -G Kirst Day.— Secono IUce. — Aruidale Town Plate. Mr. L. Markham's g g Tol de Hoi, (I yrs, 9 st 0 lbs. .. .. ..430 II. Low's g g Joe (late champion), aged, 9 st 9 lbs. Winner ... ..211 P. Sullivan's br g Newbold, 5 yrs, 0 st 5 lbs. Fell near the Grand Stand the first thno round ... ... .. dis. J. Monahati's bay g Sultan, aged, 9 fltO lbs. 12 2 A,U.Palmer'sbrg&nako,nged,9BtOH)s. 3 4 0 First Day...

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TRAGEDIES AT CHINAMAN'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

TRAGEDIES AT CHINAMAN'S FLAT. This place has begun to present tho characteristics of tho very early history of the gold fields, when men were compelled to -carry revolvers, &c., for their own safety, if I were to enumerate the whole of the robberies com mitted^ tho last eight days, I should fill a great portion of your paper — so daily, indeed, I may say, so hourly do they occur, that they have become so common as to be i scarcely noticed. day morning, and as yet it h involved in complete mys tery. I attended the inquest held upon the body vester dav afternoon, when various witnesses, chiefly foreigners,' wero examined, but nothing definite relative to the mur der could -be brought forward. The chief evidence was, that the man had been dividing ; gold with his mates to the amount of £2 1 7s 0d per man, j aud out of tliM* he paid 30s for hoard, and 20s for an old debt, leaving him simply 2s Od. He then about ten o'clock , was seon playing for nobblers ; at this he was success...

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

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. : We have received papers from Melbourne to the 9tb: instant. No business of importance had been before the Parlia ment bince our last dates. The Aye. of the Oth instant, fays — ' The system of Select Committees ii not working successfully this ses sion. Few of them can get a quorum. The Federation; Committee has not even tried to get a meeting. The ?Penal Discipline Committee baa adjourned from week to wetk for want of a ouorum. ; and Mr. John Price will escape, because honorable members are exhausted with the long debater, of the previous night. The moot sue-, ceasful committees have been tho-e involving legal inves tigation, namtly, the Election Committee and the Lang* and Drake Committee. There is no remedy for this failure of the committee system, except doubling the number of members of the Assembly. The present llonse cannot do the work of the country.' 4 Tbe following comn.enta on & remarkable verdict of a coroner's jury are from the ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. A Royal Mattukss, — Tho ox-kin? Louis of BavarIa who recently attained his sovontiolli yoar, was waited upon at his chateau of Ludwighabo, in which pUco ho was born, by a deputation from Stra^hurg, who paid their respects to him on tho oocusion. Tho king rocoivod them most kindly, promisod to viait their city, and ro uted to thom a curious oircum'tanco. At tho timo of his birth, in August, 1780, his fathor, who was then only Prlnoo dea Deux Pontu, commanded tho Aleaoo re- i eimont in tho service of Franno. whinh w.ui in thn m»r_ rival nt Strasbourg, and a fow days after the birth he wn- astonished to too fh.it all his gronadiors had out off all their boards and moustaches. On inquiring why thoy had done so, one -of tho mon stepped forward aud said thoy had ha I dotermined to bog his acceptance of a volvet muttrntM for the newly born princo and that they had stuflod it with their boards and mous'aohcp. ' I have tho lnattrcfis still,' snid the king, 'and will show it ym...

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LADIES' COLUMN. THE FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 18 February 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. THE FASHIONS. I (From the Illustrated London News, Nov . 23.) All thin materials, excopt for ball dresses, havo given place to rich silks aud vclvctd. Tho latter, ofcourso, do not admit of trimmings on tho skirt, and moirls antiques and brocaded silk nro likewise often mado up without flounces Tho pattern of the brocades consists, in many instances, of Irroad stripes. TIhu o is a rich silk of the Isly green, which has a stripo of black nnd grcon brocade nearly four inches . wide ; and a blue silk has a cluster of ribbons Vike satin stripes of many colours at intervals of a low inches. A watered brnche of irroseillo colour and black also do servos to he particularly mentioned ; and wo may observe that tho manufacturers usually produce iho sumo iieslgus in a variety of colours. ! Some lenders of fashion are attempting to discard the basquo und to bring in the corsagc, that (Its close at the waist, and may bo worn with or without a sash or b ind. Tlio graceful and beeom...

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POLITICAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

POLITICAL GOSSIP. As usual at tins period of the year, there is a plen tiful crop of rumours as to the Ministerial changes. The Morning Cltron'teie makes the boldest statement : — We ore infoJaicd that Lord John Russell, will, in nil nr-ibabilitv. return from Florence earlv in Januarv. the primiry object of the noble Lord's return being to take oflice. It is also said ho will bo created a Peer, aud take the lead iu the House of Lords, as tho Earl of Granville's health is much impaired. The visit of Lord Palmrtrston to Woburn Abbey on Saturday, h also been spoken of in connexion with this nnttcr, as though tho Premier need put himself in com munication with tho Dak's of Bedford in order to rc*ch Lord Jolir, The Morning Star savs ' — The Duke and Duches.sof Bedford are, undoubtedly, famod for their devotion to the great Christian grace of hospitality, and therefore, it is only natural wc should bear of Lady Palmerston aud other guests forming part oftholast Abbey reunion, but it is we...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

.HOME -fc FOREIGN EXTRACTS. Tuff.. is Gsohuia. — If you noticcd in your lapt file of ?paper*, you probibly inserted a 'SAr* Account or Lira is Gr.OhQiA,'1 to'ting forth a most extraordinary account of duals and murdura in a railway train, by an M Eyo vitne-' who Hitbsequently gavd hisnatno and address — Mr. Arrow&mith, ol .Liverpool. The whole talo turn' out to.be a fabrication, nnd probably Mr. Arrowsmith i»* a madman. lln niveau -u i« extraordinary. ine story w.ih bo improbable that- L omitted mentioning it : I havo therefore d-ut littlo to aay en tho subject now. — Cvr. JZwpire. Lout) E. Vast Tbmpmt, p.* you will recollect, wa», j with another oilier belonging to the Qaoen'rt own regi- I ment i»f 'Light Dnignon Guard*, at Brighton, turned our thecerticu by liL 11 »y tl l.ii^hne-'* tho Duke of Cam bridge for ' l.-ttkiug' in A brutal and ungontlciuauly manner, und i»l-u-ing one' C.-rnet Ames. Sinco tlut, Lord TompdH has pubJicly cput'in the face of Mr. Ame* Jor not calling ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

TASMANIA. I no subjoined remarks on the fiscal condition of las mania are from the Lauu'-eston Examiner of tlio 7th in- i Mant : — 44 A southern contemporary mentions a rumour I that the ministry, influenced by tlio agitation throughout I the country, intended to abandon the tarilf alterations, ; and fall back upon. a direct house nnd land tax — the for mer at assessed valuo, and the latter at two pence per acre. Should thisbetiue we believe it will scarcely Wo more acceptable to the country than the former proposal. Tho fact is tho people are impatient of further taxation. They sco a revenue of £'100,000 frittered away in useless f-alarie*: the population daily diminishing ; commerce prostrate — nnd still they are threatened with increased burden*. Wo believe that nothing will satisfy the public or improve our financial condition but a vigorous ap. . plication of pruning knife, in cutting down the e-xpeudi- j .lure-to reasonable dimensions.'

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FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

KuWTIIF.ll pAUTIOUr,AUS. After the above was written Mr. Sullivan wan fi^nt for to tako iho unfortunate woman's deposition*, as sho wan rapidly sinking, and not expected to survive many hours. Wc may add that Byrne is a pensioner from the rifles. At the time of tin- occurrence ho is stated to have been pefectly sober. Thero were several persons present bo tddes the police when lie slabbed hi uself. \V o have been informed by an eyewitness that ho committed tho act in a most deliberate mauner, and after stabbing him self the second time drew tho knife upwards to enlargo tho wound. At a late hour last night hopes were enter tained of his recovery. On applying f.-r a copy of the depositions before go ing to press, wc were informed that tho medical men had not given up all hopes of tiie unfortunate woman's re covery, and consequently tho depositing could not b completed. We beliovr there is littlo to add more than what wc havo already given. She however stated that the blow was not give...

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DREADFUL ATTEMPT AT MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

DREADFUL ATTEMPT AT MURDER AND SUICIDE. iyonsiuorablo sonsuiou wa-t croatcd in Sindhurst yes terday afternoon, by a report that a horrible murder had been porpetratod on the Flat onpodte Vie* Puin', und that tho murderer had committed suicide. Our reporter at onco proceeded to tho spot, andsucceedoi in ejecting thu following particulars; — Tho wrotohed man, John Byrno, who has attempted tho Ufo of his wife, and uftcrwArds to put an oud to hid own existence, has reiidcd on tho Hat for Pocne time, being occasionally employed as a labourer in tho town ship, while bis wife washed for aevoral faroil cs- in the neighbourhood; thoy have two children, a loy and a girl, about nine or ton years of age. A short timo sinco thoir tout was nccideutnlly burned down, when a hand some subscription was raised, and a substantial tenfc pur chased for them. Tho general report in the neighbour-* hood is that Byrno has been in the constant habit -»f iU troating his unfortunate wife and family, und that to...

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FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. (From LePol-lft.) Among the various forms adopted this winter for man toaux, the casaquo Jupe, will bo very generally in fa- I vour : tho simplicity of its shape, and its comfort and I ?convonicnco as a walking dress, will render it especially suitable for young ladies. The casaque Russe (also a Jupo) is very becoming ; it is made to show the figure I without fitting it tightly, and can bo crossed on the i cheat or buttonod straight on the front. When worn i with a tollotte habillec% the basques aro mado shorter ; tho pockets are sometimes plaeoj quite straight, and somotiines crossway, ou tho front of the basquos. These casaqties are, of courso, made iu warm matorials, such as fine cloth, or various fancy woollon materials, Cho line, Thibet, Astrachan, or cliiuehlila cloth. The sleeves aro lariro and open, nud ornamented at tho bottom a la Louis XIV ; a simplj galon is the only ornnmont gener ally used. Somo casaques of black or groy cloth aro seen, tbo basqu...

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FLOODS AND DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

FLOODS AND DUAINAGK Mr. VlAY waB yesterday, according to notice, to mnko the following motion : — . 1 -That a committee bo appointed to inquiro into, ond | report upon, tho best mean* of improving tho alluvial lands of tho Hunter by n systom of drainage, and tho i._.t ? „.,,inr wltinh fliic.h ft Hvstum may ho carried out. 2. That biioH a committee conyUfiof Mo m Nichols, Jonoi*, Scntt, Macarlhur, Arnold, ilood, 1 yo, Ilolroyd, and l'iddington. -n- I ii' tho abftcnco of any definite infbrmnlion n better plan could not be adopted than to lmvo appointed a Committee ol Inquiry ; and amongst the gentle men who have been named for tho task are those who will take a peculiar interest in giving tho matter every consideration due to its importanco from their political connection with the lluntei 'River District. ^ (»t ?)»' tlio* nrsc iYiUtitoyHVG %ttffnl,Sontuuicfcur wafoli its progress, and entertain little doubt that somo-sntisr ' factory plan will be ultimately ndoptod to guard against th...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. Tun Back Slums or Mkliiourne.— I do think, and will mam tain, that, in a new country, containing almost au incalculable number of acres, it' is a mon-trous evil as well as a great absurdity that the few people now in posiession of the colony should content themselves to be cribb'd, cabined, and confined iu hole* an-l comers of more limitoJ extent than the most crowded parts ot .-pitalhel\is nnd »St. Giles's. I have lately bee:: on an exploring expedition in thy back lanes of Mel bourne. 1 entered upon the task in no very delicate or fastidious mood* but I am bound to state'tbat this city contains within its limits examples of the most wanton neglect of sanitary precautions, unequalled by the most dirty kingdom on tho face of the earth. There are dozens -of ' littlo properties' in Melbourne where people contrive to exist, which are perfectly destitute of back yard*; or conveniences of any kind— clusters of di lapidated huts with one closet, common to all— a wre...

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LADIES' COLUMN. PROCESSOR LANCEWOOD ON LADIES' NOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. PROFESSOR LANCEWOOD ON LADIES* N OS ICS. !Uni-kr tho assumed name of Christopher Lancowood, a fvvourite writer in tho Glasgow Citizen contiibutes the following humourous obsorvations on the 14 celestial nose feminine,'' to'that journal, in the form of a letter ad dressed to ono Dr. -Docet.:— ' Did you ever full in love with a ladv's-nose ? or did 1 it ever occur-to you how important a part a beautiful I nose plays .111 'the gamo of ' JLove at first -sight V' On I my way by tho steamer .Express, a few wooks ago, to that t charming nook for sea-bathing, and summer residence 1 | kihiiun ('a be-iUtiful villngo on tho sea coast, somo '10 1 milrs irom miles from Glasgow] 1 was perfectly d'aspi,. 1 natcd by an oxqujsito no.so gracing the face of a lovely young lady ou hoard. Smile not. I speak advisedly. I iiad a distinct recollection of having got mi occasional glimpse of the nose boforo 011 that delightful walk ox tending from tho fine old trees shading Kilmun church to t...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LKGTSLATIVK ASSEMBLY. 'Mr. Daniel Henry Deuiehy took ttio-o&th and hia neat ns member for Argyle. Various oflioial papers wore laid on tho table by minis ters, and petitions pre«-entod by moaibers. Mr. Jones moved tho adoption of tho report of tlio Select Coromiftfo on tho City ComminHionera' Depart ment. Tho honorablo gontlmnan ppnkft sovoral hour*, nnotinc larcelv from the evidence taken boforo tho Selcot Committoe, in support; of his motion. The dobafo was oontinued till half-past. 2 o'clock, when tho'Trouto divided with tho following result, for tho motion 21 , against it 23. Motion* were adopted for tho production of corres pondence, Uio other budineas ou tho paper4-ciog mostly postponed.

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INSOLVENT COURT.—THURSDAY. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857

I N SOLVENT COU ItT. — Thursday. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates) In the estate of Mary Eliza Robertson, a single meet ing. The insolvent and one witness were etamiued. Thu meeting was then adjouruod to Friday, the 27th instant, at 1 o'clock. In the. estate of John Long Horsey, a single meeting. Debts amounting to £329 6s 7d were provod. ? The In solvent nui.ii! an offer of £100 a year out of his salary, to be paid monthly to the assignee. 'Lhe creditors re quested! time .to confider this offer, and the meeting w is adjourned i.i Friday, (this day)- at noon, In the e-tate of James Douglas, a single meeting. One debt for £X2-l8s. was proved. Tin* insolvent wnvcxa* mined in reference to his habits of intemperance and as .to the Tetnov 1 of property froin his premison— the Sugar loaf Inn, 'shortly before his sequestration. The -assignee was directed to sell everything on the premises ixeopt the insolvent's wearing apparel nnd bedding. The meeting then terminated. In...

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