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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Injuries from a BulIj. — A series of accidents o'- I enrred to parties whose avocations or pleasures kept | them out to a late hour 011 Saturday night last, through the diro attack of an infuriated bullock that by some means or other escaped from durance {the most jerious of which was inflicted upon a man named Thomas Smith, residing iu Maori lane, Ixv.vt r George-street, It has not been nssertained from whence the bullock sallied out, but his first charge took place 1 in George-street, nearly opposite ?Jamisonrstreot, ! where two constables attempted to chccfc him, but these worthy conservators had no terrors for the shaggy vagrant, for he bounded over theii prostrate persons as, with a *nort, they succumbed before him. | His next attack was felt by a party of sa lors who were loudly protesting thoy would not 'go home till morning; one of these minions of the moon hoing | rather in the way, tho bull tosse.l him over his horn, j leaving him to the sympathy of hi...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

SYDNEY NA11KET3.— PaxDAT. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the pro~ s ducer aud t*ie first purchaser ; not as between ono dealer and another, much less the retail prices.] Thb Mills. — Mesar*. Barker and Co. report that there is no idteration iu tbe waeat and flour market. Wheat cornea very slowly to market, and is worth from 5s Gd to (is 3d per bushel, according to quality. Flour remains at XJ13 per ton of 2000 lbs. for fine, and £10 for second quality. Bran Is yd per bufhel. — Air. Breillat. Prices remain without alteration— fine flour £18, se conds jflG per ton ; and bran In JJd per bn.-hel. Wheat comes in but slowly, the price offering no inducement ; .Is Gd to Gs Gd has beon given ; a really good sample would command a higher price. lta k ad. — per -lb loaf. Biscuit. — Messrs Wilkie andCo*quote: Bost cabin at 2ls, n*vy 20s, and ship 18* per 100 lb*. Mr. Hamilton's prices are, for ship 18*, nany 20s, and cabiu 2U pe...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

LKGISLATIVK COUNCIL.— Km day. Mr. Norton brought up tlio report of the solect com mittee appointed to inquire into the subject of deeds nf feclinR ro il proporty. A ineflsaflje was received nnnouncinff the nssent of tho Assombly to tho amendments ot the Council in tin Gold Fields Mftnniremont llill. The Common Liw Proceedings Hill was considsred at considerable length in committee. A number of vcrbnl ninenduronts wore mndo, Homo new clauses wero substi tuted for tho original clauses, nnd some inseru-d. Too hill having been pono through ns far as the lifty-uovontli clause, tho Chairman loft the chnir, reported pro^rohH, nud obtained leave t.-» sit again ou Tuesday next. Tlio Judicial Offices and Hamsters' Admistion Hill, was read a socond tiino ou motion of Mr. Dens Thomson, after some slight opposition from Messrs. I^uivycbe and Isaacs, who seemed to regard the bill as partaking of the character of n private measuro. The President, however, deciding that tho bill could not be rojjnr...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. FcAnjfL/. Tuaobjjy. — Tbo commission of a murder ftt Wokingiiiui, UerksUire, liy a man who has been acting as n homo mUtdoiwr/, has excited intense interest in the town and neighbourhood. A lady tiamed Sdttnar^b, living at Bill-bill, »buut two miiea from 'he town, anxious for tbe npirituil improvement of th- poor of bor neiehb: urhrv-d, determined upon opening a uchool room end empl»ying a perion as a home miadouaty, to deliver wtokly lectures aud aoruioiiB t*i th* rural popula 1 ion, and distributo religious tracts among them. She made applioition to the L -ndon Oitj Mission 5'c:ctv, aud ou tbe fecouiiueudation of Mr, Gcldtrt, tbo Seurc tiry, employed a person mined Onirics Forestor, who c-imu down to the neighbourhood aboin a year and a bidf agor and tntfirfA ty)on hi* worj;. Ho was a vory e irno.u and u-;tiva man^ and for this reason had obtained tho le'pcct, of the pooplo, but bia intellectual attain ment* were e,f too luw a casto to make him ao ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. — Frida y. In an-we.- tn a queAr.ion from Mr. ]l ibertson, the Coloni'ti Secretary siid ttl.it the Government had uor. )ret decided ou ai,y o inrno ae tn applying the principle of direot elect ion to all deliberative ho lie* entru-ted with legislative timet, iom in the cd my ; but ttnc daring ths rec-ss the re-oiiJT.ion cime to by th.i H iu-e last wreck ou thin mibjoer. w mid betikeu into serious c iiuideratiun '.sy tho Government. In answer to a question from Mr. .Taniisnu a* to cer taiu ctaim3 of the il^wke.bnry Benev denr, H cier.v to h run oallod Mooki in the disirict of the Liverpool Pliiim. the Secretary of Liuds an I Public W ,r-s taid the sub ject w.is a complicated one, and vim under the attention of tli e Government. In answer to a question from Mr. Cowper, the Sec retary of Linds and public Works stated that a person had boen engaged in England to undertake the direction of railways, and was expected daily to arrivo in the Colony. In answer to a ques...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

TASMANIA. Tiie warrant for the execution of George Nixon was 1 read to him by tlie under-sheriff on the Ifiih ultimo; the execution is to take place on Tuesday, the 3rd March. The condemned |ja« been visited dally by tbe Roman Catholic bishop. At a meeting of tlie Hobart Town 3Tttniftp.il Council on the 10th ultimo, the offer of the Gas Company to light ISO street lamps at £1 15s per latnn, inclu »inir all ex penses, was accepted. It was decided that no alteration should bo made in the present rate of assessment. Mur ray street Hill is to be cut down from four to five feet, at an estimated cost of £2018. On tbe 19th ultimo, after leaving the House after the debate on the Governor's salary, Mr. Rogers, the Soli citor-General, and one of the members for Launcc4ton, threw ont some remarks about ' the gentleman who re pudiated cngigcnient*.' Mr. J. C. Gregson, member for Norfolk Plains, took them to himself, and tapping Mr. Rogers on the shoulder, told him to consider that as a blow, up...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. Alfiirs fonorally nro very dull hero at present. Fur Homo time put it lias been n common practice with thu diggers to leave nR they finished their claims, Boino for the Mittu Mit-a, osh&rs for the Hanging Rock, but the mnjority for Violoria. There nro very few at work on Snwyer's GuMy now, and I expect that in two or tlireu weolcfl that field will be wholly deserted. Sjdnoy Flat in the principal place; but tliore ul?o tho number of tents is gradually le-wenlng. .Many, however, are still doing well thoru, and several now shnfts havo t oon com menced. Tlio m ist, attractive spot in in the vicinity of Mr. Giles's public-homo and tho bowling alloy. S„me of tho claima Ctioro have been very prodnctivu. Ono that baa Iron wrought out yielded 208 ounces; and from another yet unfinished -100 ouuees havo been already obtained. Several others will pay well. One hole just bottomed at tho foot of tho load produced four oucccs to tho load ; but operations nro ...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE VICTORIA. I Wjc extract from papers from Melbourne to the 2Gth | ultimo, being thn laiost datci received. j The /lr$U9 of the 2Hh jjives the following electioueor - ! iug movoinentP.— ' We nro informed that .Mr. Sitw-cP, I ihe nnwlytftppointed Solicltor-GetU'rol, will bo a candl- ! date for the representation of the Oastlomaine Boroughs. I It is reported that Mr. It. Ireland will also offer Ii Itli 1 flMftrt tl,n Tn .,lrlh:nn trt Mhqin Wn,J t'li- I ilcn, and A'Bcckett, Mr. Toyuboc, and Mr. R. J. Alleyne intend to como forward as candidate* for the district of Brighton. On the same subject the Age of the 23th says . — *' We nndorsi in i that, in addition to thoso already T^ainod, Mows. Tovnbee and A'leynn will bf rnndldafew for Brighton. Mr Fellows has issued a notice to tho oh'C tors of St. Kildu. 'J'liore are raid to bo five in tho field lor Oastloinaino — Most'. Sitwtdl, Candler, Thomp.sou, Ireland, and Smith, Tho last named gentleman is con* nected with the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

11 1 ltTHS. On the '.loth ultimo, at Marlborough Homo, Mor- , prth, tho wife of JamcK Taylor, Esq. of n daughter. At her rrsi'k'ure, the |{oso Inn, High-street, on Mouthy last, Mrs. Jjtncs Ful ford of a sun. DIED. On board tho barque Klizabelh Thompson, off Porl Phillip Head.;, on the -Oih February, 1857* Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Cap'nin Edward liond, nnd grand daughter of Mim. Var^nrct McGreavy of NowenH'b\ i\\x^»n»1 hor«o wUli Christian fortitude, nged 20 yours. Koquicsciif in pare. C|t Tlortlimi Cimts, NOTtfIN'0 K.XTBNUATf: NOU 8KT (IOW.V A HO KT TN* MALT OK.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1857. PARTIES AND POLITICS OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1857. PARTIES AND POLITICS OF 1'ARLtAMENT. We wore tminng tlinau who f'oiully imagined tlint tlio introduction into this country of Responsiblo Government would have for over annihilated old fogyiam, and given form nnd consistency to our political parties. Wo thought that if a battle wero to bo fought, it would lie on soino tangible grounds and with some apparent results — and not joo a Bonus ot nimicNa, nnd roiiRcqucntly fruitless, ukirmishes. We toilless lliat in tliia hope wo have been grievously disappointed. Wu certainly did not expect to see u contest of giants, but, on tlui other hand, we little anticipated a Lilliputian brawl. Wlmt a contrast between tho present Legislative Assembly and tlic lirst Legislative Council ! Between tlie two there is all llu- dili'er cnco of pigmies and l'atagonians. Lang and Lowe, Went worth aud Windoycr, gavo an intel lectual character and dignity to the first repre sentative body of this colony, which is totally wanting to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALKS BY AUCTION. 'I'll u had a y, March f-, 1 8/57 . Mr. WiHttoM, at Mrs. Corneliun' Inn, Morpoth, at Ono o'clock, a Flua-bitten Ciroy Mart*.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. T r.imUAiiY 2rni. — The expertencc of every day con firms the opinion that the Hunter River Railway should be opened as soon as possible, for, although there can he no doubt that to the goods traffic aud to the paying interests o. the line itself, its prompt ex tension at lcist to Wast Maitleud. and here to a ter minus at deep water, is indispensable, vet, even while these are being elteeted, a great public cotivcutcuco will be conceded by opening it for the conveyance of the mails and passengers, as tho 11 ivigation of tlie Hunter seems da?ly becoming more difficult and uncertain, and the consequent detentions of tho steamers hy grounding 0:1 the shoals arc producing increased vexation nnd ineonvoniouce to the public, who unfortunately have good reason for that outcry which the other,, night was heard in the Legislative Assembly. These annoyr.i.ces can only now be remedied by the immediate opening of the railway, which will go far iu removing tlie ...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

MOllETON BAY. Inusdahos* akd Serious Damaoc to Phopchtt. —Sad havo been the consequence of the late heavy falls of rain. Until within the last f.rty-oight hours tho conntry and great portions of the townships of Brisban e and Ipswich have been perfectly impA'sabla — the water lying iu parts of tin latter five lo six feet deep, submcruln^ many of tho lovor portions ot the bouses, an. 4 c.mint; h riou-t loss and inconvenience to the utir I fortumtc occupants. The c^teut of damage done in the town an I neighbourhood of Ipswich, 1 have not yet I been able to ascertain, communication between the two townships b 1 'g put a total stop to ; but tho river Bremer rose ut least 3 i feel aboto tbo usual tidal mark, «ubmcrgiug many buildings situated on its ba-.k. 11m new bridge lately putiaily crccted at the upper part of tho river at Little Ipsvich was ten feet uuder water. Normandy, and thc^o'her places adjaceqt to tho water s.S-yis emp'ying iuto thu B:ifeluud, havo tic en converted into imme...

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"THE GRAND GIFT ENTERPRISE" [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

'THE GRAND GIFT ENTERPRISE' With reference to the announcement under this head, wo havo received the subjoined copy of a letter which has been nddrojsed by the Attorney General to Mr. Thotuu* Taylor, the proprietor of the Victoria Theatre, and to Mr. Crosby, the Mauager ! Attorney-General'* Oflico, Sydney, 27th February, 1857. Sin — In roferenoe to advortisomonti and notices ap pearing in the Sydney Morning llcrahl , and £wpire, and other Uttw*paper« of thU city, uud«r the heading 14 The Sydney Grand Gift Enterprise,' 1 have the honour to inform )i*u that I consider the enterprise to ben lottery, and to be illegal, and that if it hu not abandoned, I dull deem it my duty to take mob proceeding as the law will alio* ogaiust tho pentuin who shall be con nected with it, cith'T by selling ordupojing of tickets in aucb enterprise or by drawing lor pm**. 1 havo the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, (Signed) W. M. MANNING. A tvoruuy -General.

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SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

.SOUTHERN DISTRICT. ( From ihr. Goalbnm HtraUU FA. 2 Sth ) CAproai: or Josbs thk Hoksb-stealks. — Inform- ation hi!* liceu received by the police that this offender who escaped from his bail on the 12th last August, being, t)t/£njm remand charged with'- stealing a horso be longinu t- Mr.' Jones at Long Swamp, has been appre-' lu iided at Bathurst, and committed by the bench there on a charge of of-uinine money under false pretences. The amount of his bait was £80, which was divided between Mr. aiurreii auu ,ur. i-y ues. J'RfiniMi — The bench of magistrates at Bnrrima have appointed William L'E trange keeper of the public pound in the township of Herrima. Taz i.ato Distukssixo Accidext at Maruoak, — James }Dowue«, the man who was accidentally shot hy Mr. Fuljame's h »n, at Marulan. expired in the hospital at 1 1 o'clock on Saturday last. For some days previous to his death the bleeding from the wound was continuous and in order to stop it, an 1 as a last resource, th-4 sur jjcons Att...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. GOLD CIRCULAR. Tur,iir. is not much to boast of this week in the gold market, the present supply is certainly small ; if there ports from the neighbourhood of the Meroo arc true, there are some gleams of golden sunshine in that direc tion. Its one encouraging feature that tho Western dis trict whero the gold of Australia first surprised' the public gaze, from whence New South Wales has received her richest supplier, and from which gold of the highest standard has been procured, from thix quarter, fresh re ports of nuggets being got by the hatful arrive to chase away our despoudency. sydxey riucEs cuaitEST ron gold. Per oz. Meroo «. ., .. .. 16 0 Adelong .. .. . . 314 6 Tambaroora .. .. .. . 3 14 0 Stoney Crock .. .. .. 3 13 6 , Sofala and Turon .. .. 3 13 0 Braid wood .. .. .. 3 12 (1 Hanging Rock ... . ... 3 12 G Rocky River .. ... ; .. 3 7 0 Ditto ditto (clean) .. .. 3 12 C Omeo . ; - 3 5 G English Sovereigns 3 por cent, premium Amcricr.a coins at a...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. The Ilcrald of tho 21st says — ' It is understood that the Attorncy-Gonoral will appear for the last timo as such in the Legislative Assembly on Tuosday noxt, when the honorable gentleman will bid an adieu to the political arena in winch he has played so prominir.t a pari for the last five years.'' «!.« 0.»J .U.. c-* ? it U i'o rnmnnrnr? that Mr. Sitwell is to bo tho new Solicitor-General, and that Mr. Fellows is really installed as Attorney'Generil. It is r-^so said that Mr. Stawell cannot be gazetted ns Chief Justice till after tho close of tho Castlemaino Sessions, as tho criminal informations bear his signature. Of tho correctness of these statements wo havo our own opinion, hut they will probably appoaT elsewhere, ns decided facts. Ono tiring is cortain, that tho late At torney-Goueral takes leave of the House to-morrow evening. Sir William a'Bockott has also iJsued invita tions to tho members ofthe bar, &c., for Wednesday, week, to comm...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND, MONDAY, MARCH 2. (Before Major Crummer, and P. Green, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. West M.utmsd, Mommy, Muttu 2. ; (Before Major Crumincr, and P. Gret*n, Ksq. Iclkoal DfcT»:NTros or a Kl m o' K — The hearing of 'ij^thit cws *n wbirh William Ihinoau and John llorden were plaintiff an l defendant, w.is |-o.itpon»'d until the fir.-t Monday in June. ?A Vaokawct. — Ann Barker wu proved guilty of the % above often to, an 1 wa- sentenced to three tnon h»' iui i» prisonruent in Maitland s Mais rr.NANCK — Thomas Cdiltou, charg'.'d with re '/ fusing to pay tlie amount of ma-ntenance due to hi?} '/'wife, wan discharge*! on the gro in 1 tuat thv c utvjct'on against hirn was n -t produced. % OB8CE5K Language. — Martha Dick, of Durham atreet, was charged with the above ofTmce by Maria Fowers, but as tho charge was not satisfactorily proved - tho case was dismissed. Love, — viartimosy, — a. Bio Kuirs, — asp Oriini: * Hoaaoaa.— Karl Cross was cb rged with being illegally ' on tbe premises of Mr. Wilson, of the Red Cow. The defendant wished to marry the daught...

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GARDINER'S CALENDAR.—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

GARDINER'S CA.MSNO AR.— M a ugh. KtTCifftN Oardjcn j Plstit brocolU cauliflower, cabbage*, lots, celery, lettuces. Sow -early /rama«p***« ilottiKes, .caitou, winter onions, French btant, beets, turnips, rsdlih. onions Clfrsn and thin iplnach to proper dUUnco*. Hoe Tlio ground snd dcitfoy the weeds round cabbages, Are, Gather seeds in dry weather at they ripen { such si leeks, onions, lettuces, cauliflowers,' Thlo turnips regularly, leatlng a distance between them of six or eight inches. Fwjt Oardrw j If tho wcrtthcr Is tnolit plnnt out strawberries ; (he row* to bo fifteen inchcn nsumler, and ttie plants a foot apart in tho rows. Exnmlne fruit trees, to see that iun and nlr ate not txcludcd. The vinea ahould lie looked over to see that tbe branches are not too much ahaded i tnke olT the Interal ahootn. Finvrnn OAnonut Plnnr nnd jiropitptato flbrout rootrd porenuial pistils, such aa fcimihprn«wo-xl, brart's. case, violets, -Vo., toward* the end of this month. Plant bulbs enrty in the...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE COAL EXPORT. Export of Coals from Newcastle in the week ending 26th February, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NKWCASTLE COAL EXPOKT. Export of Coals from Newcastlo in the week ending 20th Februury, 1857. Tons. From tho Newcastlo Coal and Copper Company's Fits To Sydnoy, 010 tons ; to Melbourne. 3 Vt tons ; to Oecl -ng, loO tons ; to llobart Town, 210 tons ? ? ? ? 138 i Krom the Australian Agricultural Company's Fits To Sydnoy, COt to is ; to Melbourne, '252 lout; to llobart Town, -tI0 tout ? 12GG Total ? 6002

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