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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. GOLD CIRCULAR. Ifc would havo been gratifying il we could have rc-. corded this week au increase in th«* supply of the pr**^ cious metal. This we are unable to do. Nevert^10®9* we must not despond ; it may be that those ''ho cleared, out thoir stock of gold, in anticipation oC the tax, ard now replenishing, and will in due timo reveal their hid den store-1. ;? stdscy rnicEs cuiuient *Toa- ooi.o. Per *»? Meroo .. .. ?? '* i? S Addon* .. ?? ? J ' £ Tambatoora .. . ' ^ \\ Stoney Crock .. ' ' * 2 .? J Kofala and 0,1 ?? ?? 2 J'' ® Brai»'*,tK)-l ? .. J 12 5 xxangiug Rock -3 12 G Rocky JUver... .. .,370 Ditto ditto (clean) .. 3 12 G Orneo ?? .. 3 5 G English Sovereigns. \ per cent, premium American coins at a premium. Chilian coin at a discount.^ French gold and silver coin at a discount. ; N, Wilson, jeweller and goldsmith. Bullion 'oTice, 127, Lower George- street, Sydney, Friday, .Feb., 20th, 1857.

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WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

WESTERN DISTRICT. (From the Bat hurst Free Press of Wednesday) . The Western Boroughs. — There has beon some talk during tho last fow days of convening a meeting of the electors of the Western Boroughs to asccrtun their sentiments in reference to the political conduct of their present representative )?) Mr. Helroyd, with a view, should a sufficient number be found to support a motion to th it t-ffcct, to ask him lo resign, iu accordance with his exnrf**st-d wiHiiirrnpjts nt nnv t.imn 1ft do sn. slmnlil two-thirds of his constituents demand his resignation. Of one fact we are pretty well assured that fnr. Hol royd's advocacy pf onr interests (?) has excited wide spread dissatisfaction — a feeling which is shared hy more than the proportion required. The movement howevor, ' must bo a spontaneous one from the cleetors themselves. Lvdour. — Since the conclusion of tho harvest labour has b-en more plontifnl than hitherto. Numbers of men with strange faces are going about the town in ques...

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LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

LABOUR MAUKET. The only fresh emigrant vessel that has arrived since the Hindoftan U tho .Pluufa.'enet, with 331 passengers, of about tqtial sexes : tbe farming men, particularly bullock drivers and first-rate ploughmen, have beon forthufch engaged, as well as married couples without children, whore the women can mako thomselvea useful, j The dooiand continues b isk for good agricultural and I pastoral labourers, aud we havo a general enquiry for both male and female labmrofa good deicription by : personal application fnin town residents and conntry clients. No material chmge, however, in tho rate of wages since our last.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Friday Evening, Feb. 20 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

SYDNEY MARKETS. Pridav Evoniiur. Feb. 20. 1857. Flour and Grain. — Tho millers still givo lata quo tations tho following aro their prices Me-srs. Uarkor and Co. quoto flno flour at £18, and seoonds at £16 por ton *, wheat, Gs por Imshoi and tho fiupply but scanty. — 'Messrs. Furlong and Kennedy report that thoir prices for tho finest Sydney mado flotir, from colonial wheat, in £17 per ton, and that tho demand is good ; wheat .fro'ii to G- p^r bushel; bran, ls7d ditto. Mown. H-Mk'euian and Bite quote fino flour at £18, and oecondA jCIG per ton \ wheat Gj to Gi 3 1 per hushol ; bran scarco, a id in dem nd from Is 9J to 2s per bushel. Victoria Mills.— -Mr. B u kley reports tbat a fow sample* or wheat I avo arrived thi* week, but little of good qii »lity. heat miy be quoted from 5- to G- C-l p;r hushol j flour the mmo as hut week, say £18 for flue; X1G for seconds; bran, Is 9 I por bush d. Bhead. — Id to 5d tho 2 b loif. Brscuirs. — Mcsrs. Gjorgo Wilkioand Oo.'h cibin bis cuits af 24 ; ...

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EAST MAITLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (Before Major Crammer and A. Lang, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

East Maitland, Tuesday, February 24. (Bofore Major Crummer and A. Lang, Esq.) jjrunkenke&s. — Bridget lireunan pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and 'was iidmpniahed and dis charged. Elizabeth Burton pleaded guilty, and was also admonished aud discharged. Anno Burke and Mary 'Anne Murpliy also pleaded guilty, and wore admonished ! Vmd discharged. Michael Kerlcy, summoned to appear to ! answer a charge of drunkenness, hut who did not appear, I . had a warrant Iflsuod for his apprehension. Thos. Casoy j Old not appoar to answer a similar charge, and a similar ' , warrant was issued for his apprehension. Michael I ? Magitiu, also charged with drunkenness, did not appear, j the bench ordered a warrant t. - issn Assault — Josisru W»:mrm:y p. Wx..Bi;nunss. — The ?hearing of this case was postponed until Tuesday, the 3rd of March, in consequence of the absence of a material witness. MAUcroupi.Y SnooTiNQ a Bullock. — William Sponcer, Win, Schofield, and Thomas M'Garry, wero...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE WEST MAITLAND, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23. (Before Bourne Russell Esq. and P. Green Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

POLICE INTELLIGSN02. West Maitland, Momday, FsaauARY 2:1. f Befjre Bourne Ru soil. Esn . and P. G.eon. [WrfJ-ir Crummer, the P- lice Magistrate, Wis u able to attend in coDFcquei.ee of having sprained tho itu-sclo* ot his left fido, Jic.J Bit each or the Coach Act— John Chapman v. Wm. Winch. — This case was postponed till Tucsiay (to morrow). Threatening Language. — Catherino Maodonald charged Margaret M'Cormack with having threatened to poison certain chickens and fowls, the property ot tho complainant. Tho offence was alleged to have boon o»mmittcd at Louth Park, on the 18th instmt. Mr. Chambors appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Mullen for tho defence. The complaiuant dopoiod that the defeudaut was her neighbour, and that on one occasion during an ultcrcation, tho defoudant said that she had wounded her property, and that she would poison the cotnplainaut's fowls and also the comnlainaut herself. Ellen Macdonald deposed that sho heard the defendant make use of tho threat alrea...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

SINGLKTON. (From our Correspondent.) Lin week nn inquiry wa« instituted by lliohard C»rter, E-q., of Gooruugoola. about 20 milos froui Sin ^loton, ou tho body of an infant named Jo«eph Il^nacho', a German, about 1 0 months old, wbioh camo to its death under the following circumstances: — Tho child was crawling on tho cmund befuio the hut whilst the mother was boiling somo broth for tho dogs, (tho husband ia a hired shepherd to Mr. C irt-ir) when tho child gave tho mother to underscand that ho wanted some water-melon. The mother romovod tho pot, took a knife and wont into tho garden closo by, and cut oil* a good id zed melon. Sho was absent not longer th »n about seven miuutta, when nhohea*d hor chih scrcaming ; sho immedi itely flew to the spot, and to her groit grief saw the child lying in tho hot broth, having nodded itself on tho back from the throat to tho foot. The child had managrd to crawl to tho pot and had upset it. Instantly she wrapped the child iu a blanket, and ran to t...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE NKWCASTI.E. (Front the Empirr.) Volunteer Finr. Bkiovok. — La*t night tho hrigido ?held ita second quarterly meeting in the court. home, at which a number of the firemon and subscribers wero prc Rent. Mr. John Ilowden, foreman of brigade, in the ? chair, who c.dled upon tho secretary to read tho follow inff nroerefH ronort : — 'The brigade, in pnhimttin* this report of progress since the last quarterly meeting, havo to congratulate their subscribers and tho inhabitant# upon the fact that their services have not b»en required in contending with one of tho^o cila'nitiei f«-r tho repression of which the brigade was established. At tho panic time they have tho sathfaotion of assuring Ihnir follow citiions that tho brigade it at present in a much more efficient condition to meet such nn emergency than at any former period, both from the additions that havo boon made to their Mock of plant, ai well an from tho numerous opportune- ] ties thathwo been alfjrded for prac...

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CRICKET MATCH.—MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

CRICKET MATCH. — Mauri no v. Sinolk. Notwithstanding tho inoleinnnt atato of the weather on Monday, tho married aud singlo crickotors met on tho convincing ground uoar tho Grammar School, to play, the oonquoring match. A better contested game has seldom been seen, as the interest owing to tho great equality of the score on either side was maintained until the last. The eooro was as fo'lowa : — SlNOLE M EX. — llf 'Innings. \V. Murphy, b by Moore .. .. 0 G. Kenniwell, b by Moore . . . . 0 J. Compton, b by Sivago .. .. 8 R. Coopor,'b by Mooro ... ... t) G. Brackenreg, leg boforo wicket .. 2 J. Gibson, leg beforo wicket ... 2 C. Citllaghnn. h by Mooro . . . . S T. Dcc, b by Sivau'o ... .. 0 W. Carter, hit wicket .. .. 1 R. Keys, 0 by Tatriok b by Moore ' . . 3 J. O'Jlrien, notout ... .. 0 1' ?Byes ... .. 1 20 Makribh Men. — lst'Innings. .T. Patrick, I) hy Kenniwell . . . . 0 G. Moore, b by G Itrackenrcg .. 0 W, Cooper, b by Kenniwell ..3 G. Compton, b by Kenniwell .. 0 (i. Cooper, b Ken...

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CATTLE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

CATTLE DISEASE. W'f. have boon favoured by tho Coroner with a loiter from tho Colonial Secretary, addressed to him (Dr. M'Cnrtnoy! on the subject of this disease. Iu our hack pago we publish a medical report issued upon the Cumberland Cattle Disease, °to which we beg to direct the attention of our ron.'ers. 67 -VIC. . Colonial Secretary's Officc, Sydney, 20th February, 1S57, To M. M-Carlney, Esq., Coroner, llre«- Maitland. Si a, — T am directed by tho Colonial Sccrolary to acknowledge tho roccipt, on the 10th, of your lcttor of the ISth'instant, slating tliat tlio disease known ns tlio Cumberland Cuttle Disoaso lias made its appenrance in certain parts of Hunter River, nud to express to you his 1 very great regret'iu receiving the information contained in your communication. In cotiseqnouco of the epidemic in stock, which nindo its appearance in ISot in tho countios of Cumber land and Camden, a commission of inquiry was appointed by the Government to report upon 'tlio probable origi...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. A Giikat Coiihtry for tiii: Ladits. — Tlio lime fur nn.-irrince iu Sp.u-tn was fixed liy statute ; lli.it of tlio men 'titnbout thirty or thirty-fire yoni-H ; tlmt ol tlic ladies mi nliout twenty in- a liltlo youn;;i-r. All men who ccmtiiuuid untiinrried .il'ioi- tlio appointed timo weri' Imlilc to n pn-- nocution ; ami all old'kicliolovi were pi-idiildted from be ing prosnit at the public oxercisc fit' tlio Spartan maidens, nnd were denied the usual ruspeet an I h iucmra paid to 'tlie ngod. ' Why should 1 givo you place,' cried a yoniiij man to an uuiuai'i'icil m-neral, ' when you have 110 child 'to give plnco to 1110 whi n I am old !'' f-o inarri»go por tions were given with any of tlic maiden.*, so that neither poverty should prevent a |;nllant, nor l'iclns tcni|)t liiin lo marry con vary to his inftlititiliotix. The parents of threo children enjoyed considerable ininitinitic.s.tvnd those ?with four ehiUUcu paid no taxes whatever — a ivgnl.ition 'which all married ...

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MAILS BY THE EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

MAILS BY THE EUROPEAN. The mails by the European and Australian Royal Mail Company's steamer European will be made u;» at this offico on Toksday, the 10th proximo, at 0 p.m. Bcfides the regular mails for Melbourne, tho following mails will be despatched, viz. — To or thtough the United Kingdom via Marseilles and via Southampton : to France a ui other continental states (in a closed mail to France) ; to the northern countries of Europe via Trieste. Diicct mails will be transmitted to Western Australia, Ceylon, Alexandria, Malta, and Aden; and for transmission by way of Ceylon; to Madras, Calcutta, Bombay, Batavia, Singapore, Manilla, China, Mauritius, the Cape of Good Hope, ami St Heleua. All loiters and newspapers not otherwise markod will be forwarded by this opportunity. Letters intended to be transmitted hy any of tho special routes abovo men tioned, vt7.., via Marseilles, in closed mail to France, or via Trieste, must be so addressed. The public are again reminded that all Utter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

(From the (ffimrnmeHt Gazelle.) IMPOUNDING.?. Tam worth, February 4th 1S17, from Peel River Com pany's Run. by P. G. King, Esq. ; damans 2s each : — spotted bullock, j|B off ribs, 2 over WS- tinder (the S in circle) near ribs, ilh-gible brand otf rump, one horn broken olf. the other down, olf hip down ; spotted bul lock small horns, like ()(' near rump, illegible brand near ribs; bbek and white stag, fp near shoulder, blotched brand n^ar rump; magpie bulloek, Wl'G oil ribs.J.M over M H off rump. 4 off neck ; brown and white bullock M2 off rump* and ribs, ('B over diamond on shoulder; strawberry bullock, small horns F (writing capital) with (J over 8 off rump ; strawberry hullork, W.shk-wavs near shoulder, WH near rump. 1 7 k' ? with ^ river ofl ribs, ffjuaretail ; strawberry bullock. r'd neck, DB otf ribs ami rump, square tail ; red and white enw, NB ofl ribs, 2 oil cheot, near Kir marked, red calf at foot, unhramled ; black and white polev cow. pp near shoulder, iudescribi ble bran...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW ZKALANI). The 'Wellington Independent of- the 1tli instml, says : — ' Tho tenders fur tbe building of the now houses of le gislature, government office?. &e., wero opened 011 Mon day last, Mr. Cartor being the successful competitor, for the sttm of ,£GB8!-. The select coinmittco appointed to revise the sito havo, wo believe, determined to recommend that' on which stood the old offices, destroyed by fire ; it being considered by them not ot.ly tho best site, but also from the 'frcoho d being obtainable, as moro fitted for normatioiit'luuldmgs than tlio leasehold of the Hos pitals resorve, where tho Supremo Court now stands.'' Heath nt Drowning. — Wo huvoto record the me lancholy death, by drowning, 011 Saturday, the 3rd Jan uary, of Iloury Luwson, Esq. (of Yorkshire, Englim l), and 'ills shepherd, Jlenry Mad, can. Tho inelaiioholy event occurred at-Otakaroa, a creek running from the Waitaki river. Tho above gentleman, who lias only with in the last ...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. _ --unuivna'a Inquest. n e ATn rROM_X?v.'T5 'tttrirre .1 . S. IVker, 13-q., coroner ^.TiiA^jirney, on Wednesday last, at the Wolloongon-.! 7'Iotel, King-Street, on the body of Mitriti Thompson, : nged 30 years, who died suddenly on Tuesday niornin.- , ill a flt of apoplexy, brought 011 by intemperance. On Sunday evening hint the deceased, who was married to n man named Hubert Thompson in the employ of C. K. Edwards, of George-street, went to the house of Alfred Jacob*, grocer of K;ng--lreet, which sho was in the habit of visiting, and aeked for a bed for herBelf ond a cousin who accompanied her. A bod was made up for ?her on tho fl ior of the room in which Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs slept, whilst another bed wa^ prepared for her cousin on a sofa in the sitting-room. On Monday morn ing tho cousin went away, hut the deceased ? remained in bod a'l diy. J0:irly in the morning sho drank two glasses of ruin heoame alio felt ..quite 'frantic:'' On Tuesday morning about four o...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney, 12th Feb., 1357. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

TITLK DEEDSvIUiADY.FOR DELIVERY. (From the Government Gazette.) Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney, I2tlt Feb., 1357. 'T'he deeds specified in this* list being ready- for delivery on payment of the authorised fee, to the grantees or their agents duly authorised (authorities must bear the signa ture of the granteej, attested by a magistvatc. ; tho fees are according- to a scale at .the. foot of the list,) it is re xjuentcd that early application may be made for them At this office. Parties applying -for deeds are particularly reqmstcd to -fltatc the number nlaced against tbnsn tlu.v mnv rrquire. 1121) Master Henry Orlando :C., Fort Macquarie, f'0 acres 1130 Maiden JJridget, Korthumberl°,''» iU acres 1131to 1147 Mosjnan and others, in trust, Glen Inn0'' 2 roods each ?1148 to Mosmau Archibald, ditto, 2 roods each M70 Miles George, Armidale, 2 roods 1215, 1216* Murray John, South Grafton, .2 roods cach 1218 Malcolmn Archibald, Warwick, 2 roods 1219 Mitchell Henry, ditto, 1 acre and o2 po...

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THE CATTLE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

THE CATTLE DISEASE. For the information of tho owners of .cattle, &c., we re-publfah the Supplement to the Xew South AVnl-w Government Gazette of date 19th June, 1851 *— Sidney, May 32, 1851. To the IlonwaWc the Colonial Secretary. Sir, — Wr, the undersigned Members of the Commis sion appointed by his Excellency the Governor to inquire into tiio prevailing epidemic amongst stock, beg to state, lor the information or Ins Excellency, the result of our latest investigations on this subject. At tho commencement of our inquiries) our first object was to ascertain the nature of the disease. After numer ous examinations of cattle aud sheep that had died of the malady, and of others that wero slaughtered while labouring under it, we found it similar in nature to a disease long known in France under various names, of which the most common is tho maladic dusawj, which has not, to our knowledge, been hitherto noticed by English authors. In our last Keport, published March 13ih, as a Su...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 25 February 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. RpirtEtflc in Stock. — Information hnting roichod tho Government that an opidomic amongst stock, similar to tli.it which prevailed in tho year 18f»I . has appeared in the neighbourhood of Morpeth, at II miter's River, the attention of imgistratos and the public generally is invited to tho Act of the Governor and Legislative Council* 15th Victoria, No. l.'J, ni.sscd to amend the laws for dlauRhtor ing of cnttlo, and to secure the immediate destruction of Animals dying of diKeau* ; and .1.U police magistrates, in upectors of nuisances, and chief and other constables, are hereby required to see that tlio provisions of that law aro strictly enforced -in their respective districts.— Government Guzcttc. ArmnTtF.NffioN or William Kam^ey.— This person against whom there is a charge of horso stealing, was j captured by the police, whilst in the act of escaping \ from a window in the Maitland Hotel. Some two years ago ho was iipprelrtjnded hy the Chief Constable of the Wol...

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YESTERDAY'S SYDNEY PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

YESTERDAY'S SYDNEY PAPERS. Up to onr going to press the Sydney papers had not come to hand— probably owing to the strong current in the river preventing tho steamer's usual *arly arrival.

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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

nkw insolvent. Margaret Sinter, of Margaret-place, Sydney, widow. Liabilities: £M2 4s. Assets: persmal property, £7: debts duo to insolvent, £21 10s. ; total assets, £28 los. Deficiency, £3 Ui. 2d. Ofllcial assignee, Mr. Adam Wilson. The following is appended to the schedule. — ' Tho petitioner is comneUe i to seek protection to save her furnitmo (wor'.h about £7, all the property she has got) from buicg sold under an execution, at the suit of Edmund Ilog.tu, who refuses every offer, and insists ou being paid nis full demand, or having her furniture sold. Margaiot S atcr.'

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