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THE CATTLE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

TIIE CATTLE DISEASE. Dr. M'Cartnet has kindly handed ns tho following letters respecting tho abovo diseaso for publication :-- To M. M-Carlnetj , Esq., Coroner, West Maitland. ' Dear Sir, — I forward, in fulfilmont of my promise, the result of the two cases thnt have been under my care, both ot which accompanied the man that died of a similar disease in tho Maitland Hospital. .Mr. M'Knv vored and is attending to his. farming duties as usual ; Mr. Lloyd is recovering, but very weak : the formor is a tem perate yonng man, tho latter is middlo-agod. The treat ment included scarification, caustic, oauueal poultico, a generous diet, and of course aUending to the general health. Miss M'Koy was slightly affocted, but is now quite recovered. ' Mr. M'Key, when reporting the death of one of his horses, forgot to mention that there were pustules on the side of tho tonguo together wi:.h othur woll marked symp toms of tho cattlo disease, which is similar to the one that broke out in tho neighbou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES Armidale — Mr Bernard Xaughton Mlaek Creek — Mr. Adam Matlior, Flour Milla Marwin River — MrUbune Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter Mingera — Catsilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — .Mr. Lyall Coolah — Coekfiyhter a Creek — Mr. T. B. Squire Coonabarabra/i — Callandoon— Darling Downs — iJaiigug — Mr. K. C. Madgwick - Dunmorc. — Sir. G. Roberts j England — Britannia OJJicey London ; Gm/ton — Mr. John Williams j Gayndah - Gtonoo Goonoo — Goulbnrn. — Mr. Thomas 'Williams Gresford — Mr. John Bush Gulligal — Ilinton — Mr. Ilenry Atkins Hanging Hock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Ipswieh and Brisbane — Jerry's Plains — Mr. Richard Alcorn Lochinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River (near Windsor) — Mr. M. G. Thompson Manning River — Mr. John Newby Macintyrc River — Manila and Gwydir Rivers— Merriica — Mr. David Munro Mtroo and Long CraA-— Mr. Stephen Tucker Miljield — Messrs. Crothors and Irwin Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi — Mr. H. 'Wheeler Muswell Bro...

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MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. A meeting of tho committee of management of this institution, was held on Thursday evening. .Mr. Baker in the chair. It 'was agreed, 011 tho motion of Dr. M'Cartncy, seconded by Mr. Evans, — That Mr. Dickson's resignation of the presidency should be accepted, and the thanks ot tho committeo conveyed to him for the eflicient and impartial maimer in which ho had discharged the duties of the ofheo. I he following letter from I)r. Woolley, Principal of tho Sydney University, was read, in answer to the in vitation of tho coinnnttec convoyed to him through the secretary to deliver tho inaugural lecture at the opening ol the new building. 'Sydney University, ' Fobruary 21st, 1857. ' Dear Sis, — May I beg you to oxpress to tho Com mittee of tho Maitland School of Arts my earnest and cordial senso of the compliment which thoy havo paid mo by the invitation to assist nt the opening of the new building on tho 12th of March ; and may I ask you to accept personally my th...

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

MAI I'LAXD CIRCUIT COURT. The flth proximo is the (lav fixed for the opening of ?i.c ? -villi several others tlu; particulars of wliieh have liot yot been ui.idu public, slum- that the business of the Assizes will ha heavy. William S nit.h nnd John White, Btealine money : Armi dale-bcilah. John Snuii and 'Williatn Clay, assaulting the police; Singlelonbench. John Swan und W illiam Clay, horse stealing ; Artnidale henbh. George Fitzsimmons, stealing from the person; Murrur tindi. bench. Patrick 'Welsh, manslaughter ; War alda bench. Ellen Taylor, wilful murder; Wollombi coroner. Thomas Cox, uttering forged cheques ; Tamworth bench. Samuel Hulk, a Chinaman, stabbing and causing the death of Richard Woods; Tamworth bench. John Forster, assault and highway robbery ; Newcastle bench. Joseph Sawyer, assault and attempt to rob ; Tamworth bench. .Tatnes Carr, manslaughter ; Singleton coroner. 1 hoitias 1 aylor, assault and robbery; Murrurundi bench. Frederick Kf.ight, unnatural crime ; Wnri...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

GOLD FIELDS. TTTR ROCKY RIVER. (Frvm our Correspondent .) Sinoo my last letter thero is not any news of Impor t uoa to tend yon, tho population decreases weekly and b liinem is* very dull. Although some is doing very well 0 1 Mount Welsh, and rich surfacing has been found and a vomI parties ftru earning half an oum'.o pur day. K is r nortud th it a rich and pnyublo g'-ld fluid Um been f ...nri nn'ir imr.. hut F mmnot vouuU for tho twroctnc** .11 thia loporf. I am atill unrfor tiia impression I foruiod liomc yeura Ngo, thnt Now hn^laud will at no dia tint period turn out. to be as rich a gold fielil as any in tho colony. It was G .z.'tted a short time ngo llmt our towimhip was to bo a place in which a curt of petty fis sions c.mld be hold. This notice is hailed with pleasure, us it is f.urtcou miles distant from Armidalc, the nearest police ofSeo where wo can get our land business disposed --f, and it i* very often tho ciao that wo liavo to riilo over timo nft-ir timo, nnd week after...

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NOTICES OF MOTION.—FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

NOTICES OF MOTION.— Piiidav, Fedrdart 27. Mr. Robertson to ask tho llonorablo the Colonial Sec retary — Whether it is intended by the Government to tako any, and if any, what ntcps, during the onsuing Par liamentary recess, to carry out the expression of opinion by this House, on Tuesday last, iu favour of applying the principle of direct election by the peoplo to all iielibcra tivo bodies entrusted with Legislative functions in this colony - Mr. Cowper to ask Mr. Hay — Whethor any steps have been taken by the Government, in consequonco of the Address of tho lato Legislative Council, of tlio 11th July, 1S55, toengago in England a competent person to under take the direction of railways, uud when such oflicer may be expccted to arrive in this colony ?

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FLOODS AND DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

FLOODS AND DRAINAGE. We havo much plearsuro in publishing tho following letter : — ' Dopirtment of Land and Public Works, ''Sydney, 19th February, 1So7. ?'Gontlemen — With respect to the petition numerously, and as it appoars to me mobt respectably signed, for warded by you to this department, in which you request that I will take into mv consideration the subject of a system of drainage, applieablo more immediately to your district, I regret that the pressure of public business bus provented uie from carrying out my intentions at an ear lier period. ' Whou this question was brought beforo me some timcugo by one ofyour number, I was very much t ruck by its importance, and suggested to that gentleman, tliat ho should seek to support a movement in the mat ter by a memorial from those more immediately inte rested. ' llavinir since then visited the localities to which your petition more immediately refers, I am strongly I fortified in the opinions I tlion formed. 1 believe that a ! prop...

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GOLD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

?GOI.D NEWS. Wc have been politely favoured by Messrs. I. Rott niann and Co'-, of Sydney, with the following extract of a | lottor from George G. Dickinson, datad Meroo, 21st February:—' Tho place from whonce came the 51 ozs. I sent you last week is called -Morinda, and is at present likolv toliecome tho chief gold-field in tho colony ; it is 011 tho MerOo, and about thirty miles from here down wards. Within this last week nearly one thousand diggers have located themselves there, and the plaec is without 0110 exception said to be Mirpussing rich. A man passed through hero to-day, who said he had seen a digger thero who had literally a hat lull of nuggets. People are flocking iu hundreds from Sloncv Creek and Louisa, and this place (Richardson's Point) is nearly deserted. The gold is 'found iu beautiful nuggets of from J to 1 ox. weight. Stores and Public houses are starling lip in great numbers. All tlieso are real facts, you can publish the abovo ill somo newspapor if you liko. It...

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A "STRANGE LORD." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

A 'ST RANGE LORD.' A young man of tbo name of John Lowes or Lmvis, who, we believe, is a native of Wetheral, and who is sup posed to bo a ticket-of-lcave convict, stole two young bullocks, on Friday night, out of a field ou tho North Scough farm. Lowes ha.s been in tho neighbourhood of Penrith and Wigton during the last ten months. On Saturday morning he sold tho bullocks to a dealer, telling him that thov bolonned to Mr. Bowstend of Kinir llarrv. to whom he said he was head man. After becoming possossed of the money, the first thing he did was to go to the shop of Mr. Atkinson, draper, where he purchased a new suit of black clothes for .£!?! 12s, which were sent after him to Mr. Hobertshaw's, tbo Castle becrhouso at Peniith, ho having left Carlisle on tho Saturday evening hy the train fur tho former placo. He had also purchased at Carlisle two or tlnco gold rings and a fine long gold chain. On Sunday lie made a tour to Ullswater lake with some Penrith young men, where ho spent tho ...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. Gold.— Tho follovring-aro the principal localities in which gold is woik^d or found. It occurs in Hinall quan tities in the Wicklow mountains, iu Ireland, atLcsdhills, in Scotland, and in flomo parts of Wales. In Franco, there is a true gold mino, that of Gaudelte, in the valley of Oytam, it yield* native gold in a quartz. It was worked before the revolution of Louis XVIII., then; Compte do Provence : the vein being too poor, the work ing was abandoned. The auriferous rivers are very numerous. Wo may mention the Ariege, the Gondu, the Cetie, tho Rhone near Genevu, the Rhino near Stras bourg, the Saint, the Garonno near Toulouse, and the Ilerrnulr, t-eir Moutpellicr. Piedmont contains gold iniiHH which arc woi'k««l at tho present day wi'.h profit. At Mtciipivign, at the foot of Mount Rosa, vein* of auri ferous sulphuret. of iron are worked with great activity. In Germany, tbilzbourg furnishes gold. Hungary and Transylvania possess-very important gold ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. THE SCIENCE OF SHOPPING. A LECTURE FOR THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. THE SCIENCE OF SHOPPING. A LKCTUUC Foil TIIK LADIES. ( From the Examiner.) The love of the chase, a ruling passion of the Anglo Saxon, is not confined to the hnnlors in leather breeches and top boots. Thero is' hunting in petticoats and cri noline also, and the town shares with the country the cxc'f.cment of the national pastime. Bargain hunting is the civic nnd feminine form of tho propt nsity. This is to our womankind what deer stalking or 'fox-hunting is to their husbands and brothers. There is the Regent street hunt and the Oxford-street hunt. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Jones beat up Soho, and Mrs Rrown and Miss Ro binson havo a flue run, every good hunting day, from Charitig-cross to Cheapside ; for it may lie observed that our sportswomen usually hunt iu couples. At this timo of tho -year there is often a closo resem blance between tho gatno of the streets and the fields; if it is not the wild animal itself that Mrs. Smith is trotting after, it is commonly the fur in ...

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ANIMAL POISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

ANIMAL POISONS. 1 With referenco to a bitter which has appeared in tbo Sydney Morning Herald of this morning's date, upon tho faubject of 'animal poiimn?,' I will requoi-t that you will allow me, through your column*, to oiler a few remarkp. Nearly tho whole of tho frightfully ncute discasoH (perhaps without exception), referred to by your corres pondent It., as nf-Hicting horned cattle, horsev, hhoep, .(and indeed, quadrupeds of every description) aro tho result ofcongostive inflammation of various partH :--*8uch as tho bruin, with the cavir.rcs of tho head and facc ; tho ?throat, moro particularly the air -tubes; tho lungs; tlio who'o of tho abdominal viscera, including the splceu, so particularly referred by your correspondent; and, lastly of the limb''. THo mode of treatment, ns confirmed both by expe rience and observation, Connies of a few simple, but prompt and decisive mu««urcH. In tho iirnt place, an umpio bleeding, succeeded, generally, by a second bleed ing within a perio...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. A* I'rATiFti 1* Fam,. — A middle-aped stout man, a car pontor, employed upon Mr.' Farrell's building in course ? of erection in King-street, West, last evening fell from a height ofSO feet upon the pavement, thereby sustaining u sevcro cut on (ho- left brow, and a comminuted fracture of tho left wrist, besides a severe shaking of his frame. Jlo was conveyed to his lodgings m kent-strcee and from thencc to tho infirmary. His namo N Georgo M'Alpine, nnd he is a widower. Though sensible when he-reached his home, ho was unable to relate howthc accident oc curred ; but the point from which ho fell was indicated by dislodged bricks, and it appeared that the unfortunate man wan Hlcppmg over tho brickwork which had been ? newly laid when he slipped, and as tbore wns no scaffold ing, ho lmd noliold, and consequently camo down. Not only is 'it a mercy thnt the fall did not provo instantly ? fatal, but a fortunate cireumstanco that no bricks were scattered upon the hcadn o...

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BUNDARRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

BUNDAiUUII. A There nro various prospecting parties in that nclgh 1 hourhood, who report very favourably of the plaers thoy have tried, Rome of tho prnspcctorn nro experienced minors, nnd luivo n very good opinion of tho aurifemu.s' indications of several placoa in this locality. M hope be fore long there will be something ofimportance to com municate from this district. Clerkncss, Feb. 11, 1857.

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A TRIP TO MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

A TRIP TO MAITLAND. (Prom the Australian Manner.) After nn nb.-u.nco of thirty years, a vinit tothispl.ee calls forth sjuio exprennion of 1 turprisu at tlio prog km* made in this locality, allowing ut how tho -waste place* of the earth aro to be redeemed hy tho industry of num. Where nothing but ndemo iorest »*tood, and a wild soli tude cast a gloom over tho traveller's mind, now, fertile ftehU and btipy strcnts, nnd costly buildings, nmik tho' fruits of man's labour. Prog reus is written on ever-- thing, n:;d Time, the destroyer of many citio*, U hers the architect of threo hiutling towns Tnc steamer, on )oa\in; Riymoud Terroeo, winds her way between tho rich and verdant b inks of the llu ttor, now narrowed in its width by its separation from the Willimis, which hrmoho* to the norihwurd. Toe resi dences of Mr. Hiekny and others, on tho right bank of the river, givo tbo promise of what will be, when the old hut-like babitntioiH of tho early settlers givo p'aco to a better order of b...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

IMPOUNDING^. At Mudgeo, on the 10th day of February, 1857, from Wilbctree. thu Estate of Messr*. Robert aud William Willow Lowe; damages Is. each: — White bul oek, cocked horns, docked tail, half of near ear cut, branded on the ribs oil* side ^T, and tho cheek oir nde liko O ; red bullock, half of oH'oir cub oil', branded SP on thigh . near side, and liko NJJ on hip off aide, JS on ribs, aud near back same side, and like JS on thigh offside ; red polcy cow, ear marked, white head, belly, aud flanks, branded liko EC on hip, milking Hide, aud DO on ribs name ribs same side ; white steer, brown ears and straw* berry neck, staggish horns, no brands, about 2 years old ; white steer, red spots on body, head, and ncck, htnggish horns, brown ears, no brand visible, about 2 years old ; yellow Rtrav/borry bullock, ear marked near side, with an illegible blotched brand on hip near tide, liko P a. If not claimed and released, to bo sold ou the (ith March, 1857. Aleo, on the 15th, by M. H. Lyons...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. ROAD. Department of Land and Public Works, Sydney, 16th February, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

Tit i day. Fi:ukuaiiy20. n o A D. Department of Land and Public Works, Svdncv. lfltl: Februarv. 1857. His Excellency tho Governor-Cionoral, with the advice of the Executive Council, having deemed it oxpodicut to opon aml-mnke a parish road (to be maintained at the oxpon.se of the parishes through which it passes) from Anvil Creek to Stanhope, nnd a branch road from that road towards Glendon Ilrook : Notico is horohy civen thnt, in conformity with the nrovi.sions of the Act of the Governor and Council, 4th' William l^r., No.«l I, a plan and book of rofcrenco, shewing tho intended line of the said road, as under mentioned, aro-now deposited at the oflico of 'the Surveyor-General, iu Sydney, nnd at tbc Police Office, Singleton ; and all -persons interested therein are requested to transmit, in writing, to tho clerk of tho Executive Council, within one mouth from this dato, any well grounded objections which may exist to the formation-of the road in question. Commencing nt tho bridge ov...

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(From the Government Gazette.) SUPPLEMENT, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18, 1857. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

(From the. Government Gazette.) SurPi.RMr.KT, Wkhnkjuiay, Fuji. 18, 1857. 8 ALB OF OltOWN LANDS. At olevon o'clock on Mondny, tho SOch day of Maroh, tho following lotfl of land will b v oflcred for snlo by public auction, nt tho upsot prioo aflixed to each lot respec tively. Dopo«U,'10 per cent. At the Police OJjlcc, Grafton. Cr.AnnNOi:. — 47 country lot*, p iritili of Ulmnrrn, ori j nnd near tho CI \roncj llivtr. below Grafton, nnd between j 7 nnd 9 miles north-easterly therofrom ; containing from ?12 aeros 1 rood to 00 aoros ; being portion* Nop. 33 to 70. Upset prico, £1 por aero. Duod ten, £\ to .C'l 0J. A ho, nt eleven o'clock of Tuesday, tho IJlst diy of March, the following lots At the 1'elicc OfliccsGraftoiu OiiAiTON —3') town lotn, oi two roods 8 pnrcbrw each; being allotments 1 to 12 and 17 to 20 of section 05, and 1 to 13, 15, and 1C to 20 of suction 10*2. Upset pvico, £ 8 por ticr \ CiiAiinNCE.— 12 country lot?, parish of ?Ulmnrrn, near tho Clarence Itiver, below Giafton...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

Funeral. rpiIE I'riemls of Captaiu EDWAllI) llOMD, of tl^ , hanjue Elizabeth Thoinpson,'' aro respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late departed Wife, jMuryaim, which will tako placo THIS DAY,— lo movo from the (jneeu Victoria Hotel, Wull-.s'root, Newcastle, at three o'clock. ? Newcnt-tlc, 27tli l-'cl/nuiry, ISO 7. I.'J70

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 February 1857

Maitland Mechanics' Institute. A LECTURE by Mr. (.'aumicuakl will bo delivered at the COURT-HOUSE, Maitland, on TUESDAY' EVENJ.NG, the 3rd of March, at Half-past tievvu o'clock. Subject — 14 Tho Advantages of Mechanics' Institutes, ns forming an lCiiscuti.il pari of the Educational Arrangement* of a Country.' T. W. ItOBl N\SON, Secretary. 27th February, 1857. 1*3,3 1 Notice.— Public Meetings ? rpnii following requisition having been addressed to JL me by inhabitants of East Maitland, West Maitland. and Moipclh respectively, requesting that public meet ings should be called .— ?*To Majou CltU.MMF.lt, P. JL 41 Sin — We, thu uudorsigucd residents 111 the town of West Maitland, duly qualified in this behalf, hereby re spectfully apply to you to call a public meeting of tint inhabitants of the town, at such time and place as you shall deem most convenient, for taking into considera tion the expediency of extending to tho said town tho operation of the Act of Council 1 1- Vic. No. 30, int...

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