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EAST MAITLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 3. (Before Major Crummer, Bourn Russell, Esq., and Alward Wyndham, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

East Maitlikd, Tl'ksday. Maqcii 3. ( Heforc 3J ajor Crurnmer, JSourn Kuurll, Eiy-, and Al ward Wyndharn, Esq.) Trespass. — Patrick Walsh was charged with trespass ing without permission -on the lands of Angus Camer-m. Mr. Mullen appeared for the complainant aud Mr. O'Meagher for the defence. The complainant lived three or four miles from the defendant. The land of the com plainant was fenced round and tho Kalc locked, and no one had permission to pasi through the said land, al- j though people had been in the habit of passing that way 1 previous to fencing the laad; on tho 25th ultimo the I defeudaut was observed to take down tho rails of the fence I near tbe gate, and to pain through tho paddock. The 1 defendant urged that hfc had beon under the impression I that there was an old read through Ihe land, that under jhat impression ho had passed through it, but that he had not any wrong Intention in doing so. Fined 20a and costs. Adusive Lanouaor. — Mrs. Harris was charged with tho ab...

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HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

II UNTEIt RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Tho half-yearly minting o' this Company was lio'den at, tho Company's Board ltnom, Morpvih, yosterday ; Andrew Lang, Ehij., Chairman of the Itonrd of Direc tors, occnpied tho chair. Tl-.o other directors present wero Mossrs. Ogg, Chamber*, and Church. Tho Chairman liaviug read the advertisement calling the meeting, and nlso tbo half-yearly report, moved tho adoption of tho report In the usual form. Messrs. ltoby, Campbell, Portus, anil others, asked sovoral questions of interest on tho Company's affairs, and somo disciiNston thereon onsued, when tho adoption wns seconded by Mr. Wisdom, aud carried unanimously. Tho report Showed a not profit nn the half-year of up wards of £3,1 100, anil recommended the payment of a dividend at tho rate of ten par cent, per annum on tho half-yoar, nnd a payment to the replacement fund of £ 7/JO. Tlio Chairman then rond tho names of candidates for tho vacant scats nt thu directory, calling for a show of ha...

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

MAITLAND DISTRICT GOUNCIL. Thi« body met on Monday l ist, nt the Court Houso, F,ast Maitland, pursuant to ndjouroninnr. Tiler* wero present Messrs. U irriek, Birtlnvick, Hrown, Waish, C illaijhan, and I' rtu«. Too minute* of tho previ,,u meelini; wore road aud confirmed, anil a letter from .Mr. Knox Child read apole^i«ius- Inr his absence, aud sayin. tnat tho conduct of the G , veromc.it t , the trait fully justified Mr. Borthwick's uiounu, but expressing doubt a, t ? the propriety of cirrvmg the mo'i -n into eflecr. Tho motion of Mr. Birthwick according ro Mr. Knox Child's opinion onght to acainl over tine die. or at least nntil the end of the ye*r. Mr. II iy'« answer to the A'ignment question is considered hy .Mr, (,'ttild to be extremely oi-creditable lo tbe O .veriiment. Ttie Cu habitants t-h -uld lake np the master and agitate until i hey obtain redre^H. A letter from Mr. John Oxley of K'rfchsm, Ctmden, dated February 20. h. was lead. Toe letter stited tba* the writer would use...

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

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. Tho projectors of tho Atlantio Tolegrnph Company havo published an aunmiucoment of their anticipation *' that thoy will havo tho cable completed in time to lay it in tho summer of 1867, and under any cwouuiRttmeow, uot later than thu spring of 1M68/' The Fiioi'Siity found on tiik Convict Roissun. — On VrUnV P.,,,,.;,, » », M .. IV. u, lw. ? «... William Jauits ftobiion nt Copenhagen, nnd brought him buck, attended ut thu oflico of Mr. Johnson, tho oflioial nAHignoo, in tlio bankruptcy of that remark iblo oll'endcr, nnd delivered up to thnt gentleman tho whole of the property found on und in tho pomeajdon of Hohtioii ut. tho t.imft of birt uppruhotiMon. It oi iuintrd of a vuluublc gold watoh mid chain, u diamond ring, for which K ibnou according to bin own ndmiteuon, paid JJtlO, n not of dia mond ntudn, a Ht't of gold HtuJ*, ntvon munsivo gold but ton?, u dozen tmithdvu hiUor Jo k-, tour ten-npoonrt, a va luable dro.i ing c i-c, a purao font tining 3t...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Eaht Maitland Catiiomc; Cnuncii. — Tho commit* tco duly appointed at a recent meeting litely c.nrnieil in tho K.mt Maitland Church, nud presided over by it* pant'-r, tho Hov. John Konny, 0-r tho purpose of organ ising a fund to bo devoted to the defraying of expense* conn qucnt on tlic crcotlon and completion of An addi tion to tho old Church, an I tho buihJing of a clortfyman'a reflidenoe, havo beon a* present actively and iudo(atigaMy engAKc^ 'n scaring tbe nece*Aary amount of money foe the immediate accomplishment of the above dunirahlo objtjcts. 'Jho Cbttrch, when fimxhed in tbo manner ngreed upon, will be a neat and interesting model of church archltectUT ; and th« cxtm ivn accommodation tli.it it will afford to tho people, will bo ono of the most agrceablo and not loast interesting tiortions of its sacred usefulness. Tho nito ia deoidtdly the boil in cither West or Hast Maitland, and the church it*clf will rank among*t tlie most admired in either. Considera...

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

Charlton's Hotel. MR. Jojiv LoNOFoao ov Ciurltou's Hotel, Makickt WiiAitr, Srosnr, in roturning thank'; for past favours, begs to ass iro his friends and custo mers, and the public in general, tint no cffoitH on hi* p.irts shall be nparcd to ensure a continuance af public support. ?} Charlton's Hotel cr-ujpriies good well aired b'.-ds ex Ct.ll- nt vines ami Hpiriti;, Combined with attention, and ci-'iutv to cuMt'uner'j CleaidiiH--:s an I ord'-T reign throughout the eit » b I i ibiicnt, — and tho vin jfi and liqun-.t are first rato. Travoilrjr« by Steam-boats from th- country, can al.vayi g tin aduuitunoe to tiw XIoti:!* i-y ringing at (lie i.i'-lo door, i;:«; JOHN LONGFORD. ? . , ? ? . . i- ? s ;? ? , . I'* EOOp IltON for Hay rrensing, £] 8 per ton, or flight shillings per limnllc. W3 ' DAVID COHEN ami CO. 1 I N O K I S'll, In .Splendid Coiidil.ion. J i ' DAVID COHEN' nnd CO. 137-1 \,\r H ! T, E II K II It I N a S . ' I In . 1375 DAVID COHEN and CO. j) K I Al H S E E D O A T S , '13...

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PUBLIC MEETING—THE WALLACE TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

PUBLIC MEETING —THE WALLACE TESTI MONIAL The meeting advertised to be boldeo ves*er-lay in the court Ik'Iiso East Maitland, for the purpose of express, ing sympathy with the movement set on oot in Scotland in honour of tire Seotti h chief w.is very thinly attend ed. Ou the motion of Mr. Robinson seconded by Mr. Wbvtelaw, A. Lang. E-q. wa* called lo the ch.vr The chairman made a few preliminary remarks and then called on .Mr. Cariniehael to addr-ss the meeting. Mr. Carmichiol, though ingnorant of the arrantrc ments of the preient meeting was nevertheless prepared to give li is opinion on the subject. He felt it to bo a mat er in which all .Scotchmen were concerned. The movement in -Scotland was general and national, so much so that from maiden's Kirk to JohnoGroats house every one concurred in it. Tho general feeling which has originated this movement is peculiarly Scotch. The national war--ong ' Scots wha hao wi Wallace bled,' thrills through the frame of the Scotch schoolboy. D--ed...

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M. KOSSUTH'S LECTURE TO THE WORKING CLASSES OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

?M. KOSSUTH'S LKGTUKK TO THE WORKING CLASSES OK EDINBURGH. Ia compliance with a promiao given on hid Ianfc visit, to Edinburgh, M. ICojdUih delivered an addrcK* to tho ?woiking ulavscs there ou Suturduy ovening the 2Dth No vember. 'A requisition had previously been tendered to him, whieh,- as he staled iu his address, was GI feet long, with a double vow of signatures'. The meeting was held fin a large Congregational CJmreli, aud was crowdcd to I ? excess. Air. lilaek, M.P., presided, aud introduced the ' lecturer-by a few sympathetic remarks. | . M. Kossuth- then addresso I tho meeting on the state i of the contiuent'and' the connection between Kuropean liberty an.l British interests. The great-lwar is over, he said, the dead uro buried, the money is spent, the Te :J)eums are chanted, and the Czar is erowncd. If any one ? is able to tell what people on earth are the better for that war, he certainly ought to change places with me, as he must know more of invisible mysteries than I d...

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THE MYSTERIOUS MURDER OF MR. LITTLE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

TilK MYSTK1UOUS MUKDKK OK Mil. LITTLE. , VfJHTlI Kit VAIITIOUL.NRS. I Some circumstances Iiave come lo light connected with thu mysterious murder of Mr. (JeorgeLitlle, latceasliior of th«j Dublin terminus of the Midland Great Western (Ire land) Railway, t- tiding to give nn idea of how the crime wns committed and uf the escape of tho mutdorer. ?It would appear from a careful examination of tho ens trier a room, that concealment. of a person from the occupant of tlie loom wan totally impoHsihlu, and that further, deceased wan at his table or iu the neighbourhood «fif wl ? ? ? ? ? ? ? „|~»n . -v»r' ill.. ni».-L- 4 remnilling go to show that overy net, ho far as eao he ?conjectured, was committed within n circle of throe or tour loot in diainoicr. It thin bo so, the only way of ac countingfor tho appearance of the murdoier in tho room is hy supposing that, having entered the terminus by a passage loading from tho platform at his west Ride, he had ascended tho «inii*, and lurking by, ei...

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

SYDNEY NEWS. (From the Empire.) Accidental Dkath.— An inquest was held on Friday last by J. S. Parker, Esq., al tho llalmain Hotel, Bal main, touching the death of a little boy named John Henry Thom»H, nged threo years, who diod from the of focls of injuries received from falling from a drav on the 12th instant. Tho deceased was standing on tlio dray, and holding by a box which had boen placed upon it, whon his father backed tho horse a little. The child not expecting the movement of tho dray lost his balauco and nm ufiMiua 1110 sunns, ins noau coming in contact w:tii and under one of tho feet of the horse. His father picked him up immediately, and finding his scalp much lacor atod, took him at once to a surg'on. Dr. Owen Spencer Evans deposod that the deceased child was brought to him on the 2nd instant in a state of insensibility, having an oxtensivo wound on tho side of the head, with a por tion of tbo brain floating on it, tho skull wns fractured, aud pressing in upon the brain ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. FEMALE COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 March 1857

LADIES' COLUMN*. FEMALE COURTSHIP. Two or three looks when vour swain wants a kiss, 'wo or three Noes when lie bids you say Yes ; 'wo or three smiles whon you utter the No, Vo or thrro frowns if ho oilers to go; Vo or threo speeches such as 41 Ah, go away'', 'wo or three times you must hold bim lo Rtay ; Vo or three smiles whon sstray for small chat, 'wo or three tears, though you can't tell for what ; 'wo or three letters whon vows have begun. Two or three quarrels, before you have done; Two or throe meetings to walk here and there, Two or three nights to tho Court-house repair; Two or three dances to mal;e yon Jocose, Two or throe hours in a cornor sit close : Two or threo starts when he bids you eb»po, Two or throe glances that intimate h-»pe ; Two or three pauses before you nro won, Two or three fnintingK to lot him press on ; Two or three sighs when you*vo wasted your tears, Two or threo hems when the chaplain appears ; Two or three squeezes when tho hand's given away, Two or t...

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

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addrcttex, Wanted Situations, anil Adm'tue incnta under twenty icords, only One Shilling. TEIIMS yOft ADVERTISEMENTS. Twenty word. and under, Ono Shilling; every iitclltlnnnl Ten word*, Slxpcoee; One Inch* Three Shilling* » nml Ono .unl Slxpcoct for every aihlHionnl Inch or juri or an Inch. TKUMS OF SUliSCIUI'TtON. Ktght Shilling per quarter when pahl in lulvnnee; nmi Nine Shilling* If not palj within Fouitkkn 1)av» after the cunt tntnccmcnt of ctch Quarter. Notico to discontinue Advertisements must be given in writing on tho day previous to publication.^ THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' O&eneval printing ©fficc. KOBERT WISDOM begs to inform the inhabitants of West Maitlaud and the neighbouring districts, flint ho in prepared to execute fill order* at tlic above Establishment, and hopes. l»y .strict attention, speedy despatch, combined with a first-rate stylo of printing, to merit their patronage. Every description of Letter-press printing executed with neatness an...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. (from the Empire) ^.CiOLD CIRCULAR, J The shower of gold is but gentle this week ; indeed, it Anythihg but pom* into Sydney. .Ilintyht bo well if our legis)atorsvvy.v,re to go beyond., treating the gold .fields as merely, spots. from which jto reap revenue, and wc are to look at tluiu as cunsiitiu-nt cjoineius in the prosperity of the colony. Do they not di'aw iu fresh population ? Do they not causc the sale, of land in their neighbourhood for pasture, for agriculture, .and for buildjing / Do they not find a profitable market for tho fiuiuer V Do they not increase the demand for excisable articles ? Do they nut givo au increased impetus to trade? Do thoy not furnish a circulating medium of sterling value, making tlib j colony more independent of the old country for a supply j uf paper pvomisMfry.nutes,.someof which the progrers'of ! modern djucovery may prove to be .the (/flspriug of rag*.?. Does not our , character as possessors of these goldeii stor...

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GOLD NEAR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

COLD N EAR SYDNKY. Tho following extracts from Collins' History of New South Walos, published about the year 1800, are curi ous : — Tho settlement of Sydney Cove was for somo timo amused with an account of tho existence and discovery of a gold mine, and the impostor had ingenuity enough to impose a fabricated talo on several of the people for truth. He pretended to have found it out some distance down tho harbour, and, ottering to conduct an officer to the spot, a boat was provided ; but, immediately op laud ing, having previously prevailed 011 the officer to send away the boat, to prevent his discovery being made public to more than one person* he made a pretence to leave him, and reaching the settlement some hours before the officer, reported that he had been sep.t up by him for a j guard. I The fellow knew too w 11 tho consequences that would I follow on the officer's arrival to wait for that, and, there fore, set off directly into the woods but being brought back, was punishfcd ...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

. -; SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. TnEASURn cuk Douiik. — Kvery body know* that thi' Streets of Sydney urenii'lnllul with inmMotie fioni ^'eunant Hill*,, a locality a i'-w miles ilistui.t on the Farramattariver. Very Jew pwsons, hou-fvery have sup posed (hat this ironstone is .1 vr.lur.lile iron ore— richer than any btlicr in the coio.uy. Wo havt* hi*f r«» in a ? Bptcimun of iron smelted lYcm thin rtonc by the simple process of a charcoal lire on u ,, common likicksmitli.'.i hearth, .which, is ol' a quality almost as line r.H iminufac- j turuil Mtot X* *In fact tho piece— oni; ot'aovorul — v-hicli itill j rcmaluH lu ou,r han been ground to :i cMh»1 point, 1 . ami ban toeit used to cut Kn^lish iron, which operation 1 .^as uyt injured its qd^e. Our attention lias bt'cu iKicct f d to the vahia,of the 1 eonant 1 1 illn iroustouo by fi \J.r. Eiiw'urd Kussi'll, a person who, wo have reason to brJieye, h competent to forio a correct opinion ou the hubjuvt. Sir. Russell was reared in extensive iron ...

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ON THE NECESSITY OF PROMOTING IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRICULTURE. PAPER READ AT A MEETING OF THE SYDNEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

ON THE NECESSITY OK PROMOTING IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRICULT.UKU. P-APer head at a mkbtino op thi: syd.vrv HORTICULTURAL SOOIKTV. The very larjro portion of tlio valuable lmu- of tho Governor-General ilovoted to thu subject ol agricultural iii:proven-iMits is tlie beat evidence tlmt cttn bo ndduoeil of his Excellency's desire to insist in tho development of our oolouinl resources ; .aud j asi I -vns culled on, year utter voar, to discharge the .InliiU nf l,™„„ ? - ? ? ? ' ? ?. ? .......... jiiiuKii j u- ; i winning society in a Inr distant lnul, my humble judgment may not, I trust, be iimvairautubly iutnuled in roijiect lully submitting a. lew observations. Aa a jrotit'ral principle' it must lie admitted that ?he preparation of the laud tor crops is slovenly in lhe extreme, mid it may, therefore, bo expcctcd Hint ns White crops have been grown ou tho samo land for ton anil fifteen years in succession, that the ? ilsunl iiveia^e vnturti has been greatly lessened, until it appcan; ' it has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

Remnants ! Remnants ! M O N I) A Y M O It N I N G, tsnwi:i:N Tin; uoi'us or 9 am» 11. AP R A C T I C E is about boing established ... tiu: 'COM M E Pi C I A I, E X C II A N G E/* of clearing out EVERY MONDAY MORNING, alt REMNANTS AND GOODS OF EVERY CLASS, in any way soil. r. t- o it imper r r. c t. N.B.— In order not to interfere with the general ; routine of business, the above hours have hcuu thus pul- licly advertised. 1-luiJ Drays Wanted. DRAYS Wanted, for New England and Livei pool Plains. 14 IG DAVID COHEN. Notice. npHE Partnership existing between the 'Undersigned JL during the year 180G has been DISSOLVED by mutual consent. C\ P. GREGGKN. G. CHAMBERS. Maitland, 23rd February, IS-07. To be Let. IN a Township of great thoroughfare, a substantially bUtlt HOUSE, of eight rooms, iletatehed kitchen, and out buildings ; it is admirably adapted for an inn. the stand being first-rate, well watered paddoeks of 2.'v acres arc attached, with a good garden well stocked oi 2 acres. To a p...

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THE IMPOUNDING LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

THIS IMPOUNDING T.AW'S. A Ufix lo reguluto till! impounding of cattle lins boeii inl rod need into Parliament, read 11 lirst time nnd partly ennsiderutl in Committee. Tho bill litis been prepared by a Committee- of the House, formed 011 the motion of Mr. Nichols, and consist ing of tlm .following ginllt'inen : — Messrs. Kobert— Hon, Lung, Arnold, K. Rusden, FInrgravr, I homson, Cox, .liunison, liee, and JNiehols. l\Ir. Robertson deninttdnd a:ballot, 011 the ground that I all thu members of t lit! proposed Committee -being more or less intercstud in the matter, they might not be altogether bo impartial aa-eould bo desired. The amendment, oltor some discussion was withdrawn, although we'thiiik Mr. liobertson was light, and that 11 Committee chosen from among those lneni ;lirrH of the Mouse, whose interests the Impound ing Laws, might not be supposed to affect, would ?hiti'c dealt with the question in a manner more .sa tisfactory to the general public. On the occasion of Mr. Nichols mo...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF COUNTRY PRODUCE ARRIVING COASTWISE IN SYDNEY DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

WHOLESALE PRICE* OF COUNTRY PRODUCE AKHIVINU COASTWISE IN SYDNEY UUIUNG THE PRESENT WEEK. £ s. d. £ s. d. Wool, f.dr to best, per lb .. 0 1 G to (I 2 O Tallow, beef, per ton .. . . 40 0 t) .. -Ill 0 o Ditto, mutton, ditto none .. 0 0 0 .. O O O Ditto, station, ditto .. .. 4(1 0- 0 .. 42 0 0 Sheepskins, per lb ?? ?? 0 0 S .. t- O Hides, each ? I) Hi 0 .. 1 0. H Barley. English, por bushel . . 0 5 .. 0 fl ('» Ditto, Capo, ditto .. ?? 0 4 -1 ft t Wheat, ditto ... .. n f» O. .. 0 U- (-? Maize, ditto ... ». ..0 7 U .. Q- ft O Bran, ditto ... .* . . 0 1 /! .. 0- I ^ Hay, oaten, per ton .. ?? ' 0 ?? ^ 1^ ,x' Ditto, lucernes ditto .. . . 4 0 0 .. »f 7 ^ Potatoes, ditto. . .. 0 0 . - ? (1 Onions, ditto .. .. .. S (I 0. .. 1 0 0 ^ Bncon, per lb . . .. O 0 8 . . 0 -1 f Cheese, ditto ... ?? ??0 04... OOfi Butter, ditto ... .. 0 (I 0 .. 0 0 Eggs, per dozen .. .. O 2 O .. 0 0 0 Fowls, per couple .. 0 4 0 . . 0 4 -» Ducks, ditto ... .. ?? () 4 0 ?? 0 n Geose.dillo ... .. ?? 0 12 0 .. 0 14 0 Turkey...

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MR. WARLAND'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 March 1857

lilt. NVAIUjANU'S cash. In our Inst issue we dealt with the principle involved 'in this case, rather than with the case itself, pointing out that the frequency in this colony of criminal. charges against magistrates was engen dered, not by the criminality of individual 'members of the commission, but by the subservi ency of brother magistrates, who, irom tactc 01 moral strength, from fear of tho world, or from greed of popularity, offer facilities for such accu sations, while safely and coolly they seat themselves on the judgment sent. Feeling that Mr. Warland's was a case which deserved-comment, yet hesitating without his con sent to go frocly into its merits, we simply alluded to it as a further instance of a magistrate being treated as a criminal by his own Bench, on most m,uiuuu ana um.v.ioi.!u.iiu-n«i giounas, 'We an! happy to have -it in our power to place on record the letter of the -Attorney-General on the subject, . which, it will be found, sets aside official forms, af one...

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