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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
. T.KfiTSI.ATT VR COUNGI L.— ' Wbdnrsday. Tho Customs* Further Regulation Rill, and the Supreme Court Registration Transfer Bsll were severally considered in committee, and roported without amend ment. The reports were adopted, and tho third reading of each bill was orderod for thisrday. Tho Postage Act Amendment Hill was read n third timo aud passod. ^fr. Ilolden brought up the report of tho select com mittee on the Common Law Proceedings Rill. Tho adoption of tho report was ordered to stand for Wednes day next. The Trust Funds Security Bill, and the Masters and and Servants Bill were read a third time and passed. The question tfos the seoond reading of the .South Iload road Trust Rill was negatived on division by 8 to 6. Tho Remedies on Bills of Exchango mid Promissory Notes Facilitations* Ilill (No. 2) was read a second time, and ordered to he considered in comiuittco this -day.
LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Death of Mr. Evelyn— It is with fceling.iof peculiar pain that wo announce the death of Mr. A. J. Evelyn; tho gentlemen whose name was before tho ptiblio a short time ago, in a prosecution for nn assault ou thu Colo nial Secretary. Air. Evelyn urrivod in the colon)* three nr fnnr Years aco. and was emraccd as editor of a weekly paper, the Illustrated Sydney Kc ws, during tho best days of that publication. In ih*t capacity he becauio ac -juaSntc-l «lth n few gentlemen of literary tastos who discovered beneath a cold reserve of character many ex cellent qualities of mind and heart which attached them to hiiti in tics of enduring fritndsbip. After the publi cation of the HUtatraied AVic.« ceased, Mr. Evelyn ob tained employment iu tho Survey Oflice, which nppoars to havo been most unsuitcd to bis habits and character. Oppressed by thu feeling that ho had been sorely ag grieved in connection with that department, lie unhap pily committed the assault lor winch...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
' LEGISLATIVE A S S E M B L Y. — W i: d n es pay. Yaiuous papers were laid upon tho table of the House. Tho House w, is then occupied for several hours on committee of supply. DISEASE IN CATTLE. Mr. Robertson rose to ask tho Colonial Soeretarv.— !? If it is within the' knowledge of the government that a (lis ^K!Jiiin 'illicfis' in chamctcr to that called the on the Lower Hunter River, and that the death of a man has occurrcd in consKpience of skinning one of tho animals. 2. — If it is the intention of tho government to take any aud if any, what steps to -arrest the progress of the said disease?' Tlic Colonial Secretary stated in answer, that the Go vernment had no knowledge of what had occurred be yond what they had seen in' the papers- of to-day. lie under stood tho inhabitants interested had the intention of addressing a petition to him, and it*would dopend upon what that petition might contain whether tho govern ment would take any steps in the matter. Looking back to the year 18...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. ( From our special correspondent^ The Legislative session will not close without the fict being rendered apputeut, or our tnm-sklnuod ministry having become thick-skinned. 'The moral blow struck so severely on their hide Oti Thursday night, is tamely sub mitted to, with the consolation that a majority of two will enable them to riot in the grctm pastures of office, until another »ession. Mr. Jones in a speech of four and a-half hours duration, brought up and moved the adoption of the report of the select committee appointed to inquire into the City Com missioner's department, but an amendment of Mr. Macarthur's was carried by a nnjority of 23 to 21, do precating that part of the report which condemned the Commissioners as unlit for the duties they had to per form. On the Colonial Secretary and Mr. Macarthur devolved the task of defending tho Commissioners, and Mr. G. S. Lang excused himself to tho house for thiy Jim Crow feat of agreeing to the report when he sa...
AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
AGENTS l-Oll Til K NOUTUERtf TIMES A rmit!a!e — Mr Uernard Nauglitoii Mack Creek — Mr. Adam Mather, Flour Mills Darwin Ilirtr — - llriibanc Wdttr — Mr. -Irvine'Coulter Iliiigera — CassilU — Mr. V/. Millar Clarence Town — .Mr. Lviill Coolah — CockfighUr's Creek— Mr. T. B. Squire Coonabarabrun — Callaiuloon — Uarling Downs — Dungaj — Mr. E. C. Madgwiek Duinnore. — Mr. G. Roberts England— Britannia Office, London Ora/inn—Mr. John Williams Gayndah Goonoo Goonno — Goulhnrn. — Mr. Thomas Williams Gres/ard — Mr. John Uusli GuUignl — t Hinton — Mr. Henry Atkins /Tanging Rock— JIcM-rs. Davis and Bradford Ipswich and Brinbane — Jerry's Plains — Mr. Richard Alcorn Ijochinvar— Mr. Joseph Smith, Storokeoper. Maulonald Hiver (near Windsor)— Mr. il. G. Thompson Manning River — Mr. John Newliy Macintgre River — Manila and Gicgdir Rivers — Merriwa — Mr. David llunro Meroo and Long Creek — Mr. Stephen Tucker Miljield — Messrs. Grothem and irwiu Morpeth — Mr. l.iup. . Murrurundi — Mr. Fl. Wheeler Must...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
LEGISLATIVE ? COUNCIL.-.' Tuesday. ! The Customs' Further Regulation Hill and the Supreme I Court Registration Transfer Bill were severally read a third time and passed. ? I T The Remedies on Bills of Exchange and Promissory ' Notes Facilitation Bill was considered in committee, and reported without amendment. The report was adopted and the third reading was ordered-tor Wednesday next.
ARMIDALE RACES. (Continued from our last.) SECOND DAY.—FEBRUARY 11, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
ARM I DALE RACKS. (Continued Jrom our last.) Second Day. — Fkhruary 11, 1857. 1st Race. — Puiilioan's Puiisk of £70. Mr. B. Naughton's ch g W«r Kagle, agod .. 0 0 0 P. Sullivan's br g Newbold, 5 vrs ... O 0 O Declared to be no raco, thero not boing threo entrances for the Public »n's Purse. 2nd Rack. — The Ladies' Purse. Mr. E. Con's hr m Diana, f- yrs, 9st Mb . . 2 3 L. Murkham's gr g Tol de Kol, agrd, 9st Dibs It 6 J. Livingston's dkb c fcam Wellcr, aged, 9»t -llbs .. .. ... .. r, 1 J. Monnhnri4* b g Sultin, aged, 9st fllbs .. 4 2 P. Sullivan'^ br g Newbold, G yrs, 9st 5Ibs . . 1 1 B. Nnughten's ch g War Eagle, aged, 9.st Dibs 0 (i Second Day. — Third Rack.—1 The Gold Diggers' PunsK. Mr. John Cliflerd's b c Cloar-tho-way (running under protect, he having, .unkuo.vn to the present owner and cnterer, been outerod for tlio raco of yesterday, (the 10th Fcb rimrvl ns 10 ML * ..11 John Miller'n b c Blackbird, aged, lOi ..2 2 Chapman's b c Babby, 13 st .. ..3 3 J. M'Fherson's b c Harmles...
MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
MAITLAND PBIOE OUKBENT. Aim, Enfjllili, r«r hogiheul . 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 I)yon'i,l-cr doicn . . 0 II 0 0 IS 6 Alliup'i, ditto . . . 0 11 0 0 13 6 At the MaitlnnA Rrcfccrlci, pcrlilid. . . . JH O ] hi , Ditto per gallon Oil 016 Sydney, per uallon . 0 19 Arrowroot, per lb . . 0 0 0 0 0 8 Ditto, Wcit India, ditto . 0 10 O '1 4 llacon, per Hi. . . . 0 0 7 0 0 10 3 buihel, per dotcn . . 0 18 0 10 0 llnrk, per ton ? ? 6 0 0 llrcAtl, per loaf of 3 lb- . , 0 0 4 0 O fr Urli-ka, per thoutaud ? . . 3 0 O 550 Uutchcrti' Meat — Ueef, per lb. 0 0 2 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto . , . 0 0 S 0 0 C l'ork, ditto. . . . 0 0 C 0 0 7 Vi-al, ditto. . , .003 O O fi Putter, freili, per lb. . . . 0 1 fi 0 3 O Ditto, ialt, ditto , , 0 I 0 0 14 Uottled Fruita, per bottle . . 0 19 O S O Cantllea, mould, pcr;lb. ? , 0 0 7 Wliolo'Mii per lb. . . O O U Cliceie, per lb . . . . ,0 0 6 0 0 81 , ('nlfte, ditto . , . . 0 I J 0 10 (.'oal, per ton, delivered , , 0 IS 0 OU O Curraiita, Znute, per lb , , 0 10 *0 I 4 ' Onpcri.per bot...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
IMPOUNDINGS. At Morrhva, on the 7th day of February, 1857, from Urindley Park ; damages and driving 3s. cach . — ono bay mare, star in forehead, hind feet white, JW ovor half circle m-ar shouldor, WS off shoulder ; bay golding, star and blazo on the nose, WS off shouldor ; hind fcot white j black Ally, NW near shoulder, N near' tlligh ; bay golding, star iu forehead, W near shoulder ; bay colt, l''C or EC near shouldo i. If not roloased, will bo cold on the 10th March, 1 [
TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. (From the Government Gazette.) Surveyor-General's Office. Sydney, 12th Feb., 1357. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. (From the Government Gazelle.) S u r v ey or- Gen oral ' s O fll cr, Sydnoy, 12th Feb., 11567. The demis specified in this list being ready for delivery on payment of the authorised fee, to the grantees or their agents duly authori-ed (authorities must bear the signa ture of tho grantees, attested by a magistrate ; the fees arc according 'to a scale at the foot of the list,) it is re quested that early application may bo made for them at this office. Parties applying for deeds nro particularly roqu'Hted to state the number placed against those they may require. '110 Allan James, Northumberland, 10+ acres 'MS Ayro William, Parry, .'»() acres 1 rood 1.0 porches ?II!) Ambrose Thomas, Northumberland, -M acres and fi porches *}-20 Ditto, ditto, fo'I acres 2 roods lb' porches ?1-21 Ditto, ditto, GO ncres 2 .loods -18 perches ?122 -f J«J Anderson Mnrv, Armidalc, 2 roods each i~i Armstrong W. , W. -Jnii., Rylstone 2 roods A'27 Avoy George, Northumberland, 2b'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
NOTICE TO 1* All) CONTIUHUTOHS. tfli contributions intended for insertion to be addressed to the Editor, with motto attached— the real iinmo of th m iter to be enclosed in a seated envelope^ whicliwill not he opened wde.is the contribution Mr« cannot undertake to return rejected contributwni. T S H MS ron. ADVCnrifEMKNTS. j Twciltv woriU nml umltr, One Sliilliufii every niliUtlnnnl Ten word., Sll|iincc ; One lneli, Three Shillings; nml One anil Sixpence for every inMUionnl inch or p:irt of an lncli. TERMS OF SUnsCIUI'TIOJJ. tijllt ShMuic* |ier Quarter when |iaiil In mivance : nml Nine Shilling* If not ji.-iiil within I'uiiitkkm Dav« after the com mcnccment of c«ch Qu»rtcr. Notico to discontinuo Advertisements must bo givon in writing on tlio day previous to publication- ? , ? AH3TRACT OK SALES BY AUCTION. Tins DAY. 'l)ai-ns & On., nt Sale Yards, Knst Matilnnil, Tell horses— Mso llic'TJiUiro horse young Halifax. Monday, Fed. 23rd, 'Dodd3 & On., nt Messrs. DicVann-rtud...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
! CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. AJtfrettex, Wanted Situations, and Adecrttsc tifri/s vttdir Uccnty icordu, only One Shilling. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' i^tncrnl ftontrag ©flit*.' WK I)Cr to inrorm llio inhabitants of West I'aitinnii mid tlio neighbouring districts, tlmt wo *3 nrc prepared tr-|oxcciitonll orders nt tho above Establish ^ im'nt, and lippo, by .'Uriel attention. speody despatch, jt combined with a first-rate atylo of printing, to merit 4 their patronage. Kvcry description of I-ettor-prous printing executed »'./ with neatness and despatch. Hook-work, Catalogues, Posters, Pillho.ids, Cheqno . Pookn, Circtilars, r.aw Forum, Pamphlets, Show Cards, j and nvcry other description of plain and ornamontal J printing In a stylo not to ba cxcolied by any other Es : tabiy^nicnt. ; Charts strictly moderate. 'High-street, West MnitlaluU 101 + ; -Hunter Rivor T?ow Steam Navigation |j Company. | Morning Steamers 'to Sydnoy Daily STPIIK Steamers of this Company will rcsumo tho | I MORN I NO TKIPS to...
LOTTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
LOTTERIES. Attempts ore buing made to prop up any taste which may exist for dramatic performances in New South Wales, bv administering to it tlio in centive of that class of speculation usually termed namblintr. The sum of JC4.000 is souclit to bo obtained, one-fourth of which is to bo dedicated to prizes or gifts, ? and the overplus will fall into the hands and under the control of the originators of the entcrprize', for th y avowed ptirposo of keep ing opon tho Victoria Theatre. This idea is not altogether novel, but has been adopted in Vic toria, and a similar plan was set on foot in Van Diemen's Land, but an bfficial caution that lotte ries bad been declared illecal by the Imperial Acts, 5lh section, 8 Wm. IV., No. J, and. 5th ^suction, 42 Geo. i Iir., c. 119, 'seems to 'have created a pause on tho part of the movers of the scheme. We quote -the following from tlie Laun ? ceMoii.JSxamine!' Lotteries — Imi-ootant Notice. — Tho following vary ? important notice nppenrs n. 'I'.—aiW...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
11! KTIIS. At. the Australian Joint Stock -Bank, Maitland, on tho 1 4th instant, Mrs, R. M'Donald, ofa son. At Dungng. on the Oth instant, tho wifo of Mr. Peter 3M4 Willlain, of a daughter; -MARRIAGE. '''By* licence, on Iho Mth instant. At*' St. Philip's Church, Iry* liie Hov. W, 0. Richardson, 'MV Charles Whittaker, of East Maitland, to Rachel 'Reboccn, relict of tho late Peter Morrison, and third daughter of Mr. Andrew. Goodwin, of Frinecss-strcet, Sydnoy. DEATHS. At West Maitland, on tho 12th matant, Joseph Wollor, Esq., in the 92nd year ofiiis ago. *At Dnngog, on the 12th instant, Jane, youngest daugh ter of Mr.'M. Mallon, surgeon, agod eleven month?. 'Cfc |Tori|tnt Cimcs, JMITIIIXQ IIXTKN tfATK NO II SET DOWN AUdllT II! MAUCK. SATURDAY,. l^nTfuARY 21, 1857.
SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. £ s. d. £ s. d. Tallow, beef, per ton . . .. 4o 0 0,, 17 10 O Ditto, station, ditto .. .. 38 0 0 ., dd 10 0 Hides, each ? I) 1'7 0 „ I 10 Ditto, (inferior) .. .. 0 12 0 ,, 0 15 0 Flour .. ?? . . lti 0 0 ,, 1 H 0 0 Whoat, per bushel .. 0 5 G „ 0 G li Maize, saleable ?« .. 0 4 9 ,, 0 5 3 Oats (Scotch) . . ? . 0 4 0 ,, 0 5 C Barley, English, per bushel ... 0 4 3 ,, 0 5 * Potatoes, in demand .. ..7 0 0,, 0 0 0 Onions .. ?? ?? 7 0 0 „ 10 0 0 Hay, oaten, perton .. ... 7 0 0 ,, 10 0 0 Ditto, lucerne, ditto .. d 15 0 ,. 5 fi (I Pigs ? ? 0 4 „ 0 0 f- Calves ? 0 10 0 „ I 10 0 Fowls, pcrcouplo (Market full) 0 2 f ,, 0 3 G Dvsoks, ditto ? 0 4 0 „ 0 5 0 Geese, ditto ... ... 0 7 0 ,, 0 8 0 Turkeys, ditto . . .. O D*i 0 „ 1 Lo 0 Butter .. ?? 0 I O ,, o 1 0 Cheese, Colonial (Glutted) 0 0 G „ 0 0 7 Eggs, per dozen ? ? ... 0 1 G „ 0 I ft Lard ? 0 0 4 .. 0 0 d Hams, Colonial ... ... 0 0 10 ,, 0 1.0 liacou. (scarce) ? 0 0 i- 0 0 10 ; Cabbage-tree, per 100 hands .. GEORGE L. ...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE The New Coal Seam.— Wo have seen a spocimon ot the coal procured from tho Tomago Mino of Mewr*. Brown aud Garden, and from appearance it would be pronounced a very superior coal, bright and clear on its Rtirface, and in I to fracture hko pi toll, exhibiting tho rhnmhnid form in itfl cltuiVAffO. From tlio spocimeil WO have seen, an experiment has beon mado by^ Mr. A. llodgers, of the Foundry, who hud a portion of it placed in tho gas rotorta for tho purpose of testing it« qualities oa a pas coal ; and this experiment, as far an it goes, jol lifies tho bolief that it in dehor in this quality than any other coal hitherto diucovorcd in tho colonic*, while the cuko produced by this cxpcriuiont, when coaiparcd with somo mado in tho coke ovens of tho Coal ami Copper Company, exhibits a dooulod superiority, notwithstand ing the disadvantageous circumstances attending its pro duction. Ir. romalnfl to h i Heen, however, whether the ir«ii1tn uf ttm exporluiont ...
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND MARKETS. Vbostaiilks.— Carrots. 2d per bunch, 7 hunches for a shilling, retail fid per hunch ; cabbages 3s per dozen, -Id to fid each retail ; turnips, scarce, 31 to -til per bunch ; potatoes, 3s to ds pel cwt ; onion?, 8s to 10s per cwt : melons, Id to (id each, 2s to Us per doaon who'.usale ; grapes Id per lb. Fi.ouu and OiutN. — Mt. Nicholson purchased yc.-ter day 200 bushels of wheat at (»s and 5d per bushel. 1 Maize is not much inquired for. Mr. Hcugh, soap manufacturer, is, wc believe, purchasing. Other grains aro nominal, aud not much in demand. Flour ranges from £17 to £18 firsts, and £15 seconds ; bran at ds. Fowi.s remain at former prices, ami aro not much in demand. Tho weather has been too hot recently to per mit of tho digestion of inauy geese, whil' dtu-k and given peas would give any one bile, and hence but few of those ornaments of the pool have been sold. Egg* are Is :jd wholesale, and Is '»d retail per dozen. Milk ha- under gone no ...
OBAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
OBAN DIGGINGS. Tho weather cui'inuea piotry favourable for mining operation.*. We have three store*, and u fine building now in course of erectiou will soon be opened as a pub- , liohunso. No d»ubt thoso improvements will assist in attracting population to this gold fi» bl. Oban Diggings, February 5th, 1857. A movement in favour of organising prospecting par ties for th' purpose of further testing tho auriferous wealth of the Rocky River gold field is in progress, and we sincerely trust that it may bo warmly supported, and also that it may be attended by results fally equal to the-anticipations of its projectors. At the present niomont there is urgent need for new discoveries at the- Rocky ; ami every resident m Ibis district is ^orougni to bo) interested in giving prompt encouragement to such an undertaking. We hope th6y will prove the!?, sincerity In the cause by subscribing liberally towards defraying tho necessary expenses. ' Mr. Thomas Williams, late of Singleton, (whom we aro ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
Huntor Rivor Now Steam Navigation Com pany.' TTrnF.REAS certain written contracts have lately Yt b:en tendered by the Manager of the Australasian Steam Navigation Company to the various shippers in the Hunter River Trade, by tlm terms of which ir -would appear this Company wero consenting parties thereto. — Notice i * hereby given, that the name of this Company was introduced into such Contracts without the consent of the Board of Directors, and they therefore disclaim any participation therein. By order, TILMOUTH F. DYE, Manager. IT. It N. S. N. Co.'s Oilice., \ Morpeth, 18th Feb, 1857. J L*-' Imporial Firo Insurance of London. CA I'l'l'A L 1,500,000. MTUE BRoncy'of the Imperial l'iro rns;iranc(( cif 1on L don, havini! boc» accepted by M tmr h. (hviin ,'iml Hokctt, West Mnitland, it ill rcqui-etoil tint ni-|ilk-atiinn fur limurnnbe tij.Mm.it loss or ilai]i.ti;i' liv fire uf property at, anil in tlic neighbourhood of IMuHI.iikI, may be au ilret^cd to those gentlemen. CiltirVITMS, FA...
PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN AT THE MILLS. Per 100 lbs. cash; if booked 1s, additional. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 February 1857
PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN AT. THE I MILLS, | Per 100 lbs. cash ; if hooked Is, additional. | J'irRts. Seconds. Bran «. d. d. s. d Nicholson's ? 17 0 .. lo 0 . . (J 0 Portus's ? 17 0 .. 15 0 .. f) () Pearcc's ? 17 0 . . 0 .. f- 0 Solomon, Vindin, & C'o.'s .. 17 0 .. 15 0 . . fi 0 Turner's ? IS 0 .. 16 0 « 0 Rnvmoud Terrace ? 17 0 . . 15 0 . . fi (» i Black Creek ? IS 0 .. 10 0 . . -i 0 Kingston's, Singleton ? IS 0 .. Ifi 0 . . 0 0 ! Mitchell's, Dunmorc ? 18 0 .. Id 0 fi 0 Kermode's, Dnngog ? IS 0 .. Id 0 .. (- 0 Darks, Clarence Town ....' IS 0 .. Hi 0 . . (i 0 Allen's. Dnngog ? 18 0 .. 10 0 . . 0 - 0 - M ilfield ? 18 0 .. 10 0 « 0