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RAYMOND TERRACE REGATTA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

RAYMnvn TKmtAPF. nvnnTA In consequence of the lato continued rains, otir Re gatta that was intended for Now Yoar's Day was post poned hy tbe committee until tbe Anniversary — Mon- day, 2Gth January. Tile public notico to tbat effect being so short, and tho day turning out so fine, a goodly num ber of visitors dressed in holiday costume mado their appearance. Mr. Arthur, of tho Steamship Hotel, rather than the day should piss off in silcncc, beaded a subscription with £19. Tho following raccs were rim : — First Race. — Ahatkuk Skiffs. Prize £1. Threo boats started, but in consequence of fouling, tho Florence, although coming in second, was declared tho winner. Some little demur was croatod at this raco, but the committee being determined to adhere to the very letter of their rules declared in favour of the Florence, C- llanncll. Second Prize. — S.irr.i.va Match. Prize £0. Sil boats cntorcd for this raco — Currency Lad ? 1 Farmer ? 2 The Poictiers unfortunately at starting carried awa...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEN LAWYERS DISAGREE, WHO SHALL DECIDE? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

WHEN LAWYERS DISAGREE, WIIO SHALL DECIDE '! The petition presented to tho House by Mr. Plunkett against Mr. Dallcy's rctnrn, on tho ground that ho was not a registered voter at the time of his election, has called forth a vast quan tity of legal acumen expressivo of different shades | of opinion, which has tended to enshroud tho real and simplo merits of tho case in mysterious d.trknl'ss. Mr. Martin ingeniously reproscnts the clause to be an onabling clause, and .that i:s requirements need not of necessity be complied with. Messrs. Faucett and Holroyd indst upon , having tbo question referred to the Committee of Elections and Qualifications, and deny the right of) interference on the part of the House. This view was supported by the Attorney-General, who con tended that, the Committee of -Elections was ap pointed by tho Speaker's warrant, and. .that the House bad therefore relinquished all right of judgment. lie further urged that tho Committee so appointed was placed beyend the pal...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

CRICKET. The following is the result of the match played on Monday, on tho ground near the Grammar School, be tween the married and single men. The former proved themselves doubly equal lo th*ir competitors, as might be expic;o 1. The total of the score was as follows : — Married men. 1st innings ? ItiJ Single men, 1 st innings ? 42 Ditto, ditto, 2nd innings ? SI 12G After tho double wicket match had boen concludod, five of the married men challenged five of the single at a gamo of single wicket, which was immediately taken up hy G. Compton, G. Smith, It. Savage, W. Cooper, and E. Cooj.or, on tho part of tho married, and W. Mur phy, C. Callaghan, T. Dee, S. Cli.1. and J. Compton act ing for tho single. The lirst match was a tio, each sido scoring S notches. They then playod off, and tile fol lowing was the result : — marricd. ft. Smith, b by Callaghan .. .. ., 3 K Savago, b by ditto... ? ... O W. Cooper, b by ditto .. .. ..2 E. Cooper, run out ... .. ., .. O G. Compton, b by Callagh...

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THE MAITLAND HOME FOR IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

THE MAITLAND HOME FOR IMMIGRANTS. The Summary Jurisdiction' exercised by the Authorities with respect to tho Immigration De partment, has rather surprised us, for wo were not prepared to find so useful an establishment as the Home at Maitland, destroyed, in the twinkling of an eye, before a voice could be raised against it ; the only comfort left, is the knowledge that notwithstand ing tlio tares and the wheat have been rcoted tip together, there is fortunately a power of recreation, and that it is not yet too late for our magistrates, landholders, and other influential persons to repre sent how great n boon to the District, and how ad vantageous to the Colony at large, would such re creation be. We are the more surprised when we remember at what little cost this useful establishment was maintained, — the increase of one Judge's salary would support half-a-dozen Homes for Immi grants 1 — the expense of the Maitland Home being £100 per annum, but we believe that this expen diture was...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MEKTINOS OF CREDITORS. A second adjourned meeting in the ostatc of Joseph Geary, wheelwright, of Raymond Terrace, was htdil on Monday at 2 o'clock p.m. in the Court-house, East Maii 4and. Mr. Minter put in a claim on behalf of Stephen Adams, to the amount of ,C7 5« lOd, for goods scdil and delivered ; another claim of £5 for money advanced, iVc., was depos'd to by William Amos. John Ilawkslev's claim for .Cll lOd was admitted, llenry Fountain's claim ! for £3 2s 0J d ; James .Milgitc, for Ct», for money lent ; I Thams Adams for .£.'8, monoy lent (amounting altogether i to £'-'! 17s 1 0i tl,) were severally put in and admitted. The meeting was adjourned to Sydney, at such time and placo as the Chief Commissioner shall appoint. Ill the estate of Walter Smith, an adjourned sing'e meeting. Mr. Mullen put in a claim on behalf ot Wm. Smith for.Cldfor money lent and goods sold and de livered Mr. Mullen also tendered a claim ou his own behalf for .(,3 ijs -Id ; Mr.-M...

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IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

IMPOUNDINCS. (From the Gaccrnment Gazette.) At Rod PobI Hill, Fulbrook, on the 8th and lOih days of December, 1S5G ; — Onoehc.wut mare, small blaze down the face, like FE over 14 over w near shoulder, like ZS over 2 off shoulder, damagoti 1a; ono chestnut guiding, fetlock* white, EC ncarnhoulder, from off rented Crown Lands damages 10s tiJ; ono bay gelding, near fore and hind fetlocks white, smut! «nip on nose, shoulder likoTJ or JT conjoined ; onobUckor brown colt, like CtCorC^ over like a capital C — damages 24 G Joach; one red snail horuod bullock, DC near rump, daumg'H Is 0 1 ; one yel low poley cow, ft ofF rump, MC over MC rib«, a straw berry hull cilf at foot, no brand, dam iges 2d Ud oach — notice sent to Buppoaed owners ; ono whito cow, red car*. ribaTHO, a red eJf at foot, no brand ; ono red cow, off thigh JCorJG, rib* like JE — damiges 2- f»J each ; one whito Btrawberry cow, red neck, off rump MC, thigh like N, ribs 3 overSVN; ono yellow poloy cow, brand* not legible— dama...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Adeertue ) vients under Ucenltj words, only One Shilling. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' ' Antral |}rinting (Met 171 MASON begs to inform tho Inhabitant!) of West . a Maitland and tho neighbouring districts, that ho is proparod to oxocuto nil orders at tho abovo Establish j mont, nnd hopes, by strict attention, speedy dospatch, | eombinod with a first-rnto stylo of printing, to niorit their patronage. I Kvcry description of Letter-press printing oxocutcd Willi neatness and despatch, w Hook-work, Catalogues, Posters, Billhcuds, Chcquo Books, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlets, Show Cards, .. nnd ovcry other description of plain and ornamental ; printing in a stylo not to bo cxccllcd by any other Es '? tnbliihmcnt. r Chnrgos strictly moderate, i nigh-Btreet, West Maitland. 101 1 Hunter Rivor Wow Steam Navigation Company, : Ailornoon Steamers to Sydnoy Daily. ? milE Steamors of this Company will rcsumo tlio X Afternoon Trips to Sy lnoy, from t...

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GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

GOLD CIRCULAR. We have clo-cd another year eventful in various ways ; evon the gold-fields claim soino share in itn rccnnK ..I' general progress. Tho Northern Diggings 1 developed during it« course, and have ndilo golden stores. The season of the year and tin tion of a gold duty hai impelled a larger suppl escort and by private hands latoly. l'rices, new duty is settled, remain as under. SYDXEV TRICES CUIIKENT. Poll COI.K Per Mcroo . . . . . . ? ? £'i IS Adclong . .. . . ? ? 3 17 Tambaroora . . . . ? ? 3 1 li Stoney Creek .. .. .. 3 10 Sofala and Tunin .. .. 3 lo Hraidwood .. .. 3 15 Hanging Hock ... ... 3 15 ltocky Itiver ? 3 10 Ditto ditto (clean) .. 3 1.0 Omeo . . . . 3 S Port Phillip gold ...£3 19 0 to 4 0 English Sovoroigns 1 per cent, premium American coin at a premium. Chilian coin at a discount. French gold and silver coin at a discount. N. Wilson, jeweller and goldsmith, litill 127, Lower George-street, Sydney, December '-1

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. SYDNEY'. Tho amount of gold coin i&mud by the Sydney branch of the Royal Mine during the week ended to-day, Janu ary 2nd, 1857, liifl boen 2fi,500 sovereigns. Tho amount of gold dust imported into the same establishment for tho purpose of eoin?go during tho week has been 6752 0 z*. Of this qu mtity, 927 oz- were received from tho Rocky Itiver Diggings. 1 The following are tbo quantities of gold dust received quarterly during the year 18-50 Oz*. 1st quarter ended March 31st ? 05,875 2nd ditto June HOch ? 51, 579 ord ditto September 30th ? 55,!H2 4th ditto December 3!«t ? 0*3,001 Total ? 239,490 The value of tho gold coin issned during the yearlSofi was £1,220,000, and the revenue derived from the Mint charge* amounted to .£12,55G 7d. Tlio Western Escort arrived on Friday, and delivored at tho Sydney Brunch of the Royal Mint tho following nu Mititie4 of gold duBt : — From Orange, OS oan d dv/ts ; ?Stoney Creek, 430 oz- 0 dwts ; SofaU, 250 oz* 10 dwU ; T...

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CLIMATE OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

CLIMATE OF CANADA. The climate of Canada is very much affected by tho inland seas or lakes, which embrace an area of 100,000 square miles, and exorcise a powerful influenco in modi fying tho two extremes of heat and cold. In the neigh bourhood of tho lakes the most delicate fruits m'e reared without injury, whilst, in places four or five degrees far ther south, they are destroyed by the early frosts. A recent writer on the climato of Western Canada states, ' Notwithstanding tho enjoyment of a soil emi nently fertile, and a climato distinguished by romnrkablo salubrity — notwithstanding a decided superiority for agricultural purposes over the stato of Now York, tho northern part of Ohio and Illinois, tho states of Michi gan, Iowa, Wisconsin, tbe Far West, and tho wliolo of Now England— in a word, ovor the wheat growing states generally — yet tho impression undoubtedly prevails among multitudes who aro desirous of emigrating from Great Britain anil Ireland that tho climato of Western ...

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WEST MAITLAND, Monday, January 5th. (Before Bourne Russell, Esq, and P. Green, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

West Maitland, Monday, January 5tb.' (Boforo Bourno Russell, Esq , and P. Green, Esq.) Honors Brown charged with drunkenness, and who pleaded guilty to tho cbargo, was admonished and dis charged. Several casos wore settled out of court, and otliora woro dismissod on account of non-appcaranco when cauca on. Thomag Sloath was charged with having assaultod Elizabeth Alfioton the 17th ult. Mr. Mullon appearoi for tl|0 complainant, and Mr._ Minter for tho dofenco. ? ? ! Jlegod assault was committed during ono of thoso A qfchiel* so frequently result from that fruitful sourcoof ovil, 'John Barloycorn.'' The Boncli could not condder tho bad languago used by tho defendant as any justification of tho assault, and accordingly ho was fined in tho penalty of £S and Costs, or in Uofault of payment, ono month in gaol. Several casos woro po t .loned for reasons peculiar to cach caso. Clisrlos Salter was committed to take his trial at the ?next Quarter Sessions oil a cliargo of obtaining goods unde...

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JEWISH FEAST OF TABERNACLES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

JEWISH FEAST OF TABKItNAOLFS. (From an October paper.) In common with tho Hebrew raco thoughout the world, the presont wcok has been observed by tho Jowb resident in Livorpoo! us tho foist of Tabernacles. This ceremonial observance, as ia well known to all biblical scholars, is held in obedience to Divine command, as conveyed in the book of L iviticns, and is intended to be commemorative of the Jsraelitish wanderings in tho wilderness, between their exodus from Egypt and their settlement in Canaan. During tho celebration of this festival tho Jews aro comniandod to ci w d 1 in tabernacles or bo -ths,*a peculiar condition of whieh is that tho booth or tab-inaelo all ill be ' open to the hoavens.' In this tabem .cla tho Jews who reside in favourablo climate* pass tho whole week devoted to the feast, except such portions of it as are Bet aside for Divino Worship and religious exercises, sleeping as well as eating in tho tab raaele. Under the unsettled condition of the atmo Bpl'Or j in n...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. EAST MAITLAND, Tuesday, January 6. (Before Major Crummer, P.M., and P. Green, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE East Maitland, Tuesday, January 0. (Beforo Major Crummor, P. M„ and P. Graen. Esq., .. J.P.) air. 0 iuoaghcr mado an application to tbo Bcncb to 1 liavo Patrick Kennedy bound over to keep tho poaco to wards Ellen Dwyor. Kcnnody did not appear. Subse quently ho was taken into custody. Isaac Alder nae charged by the chief oonstablo with t* ? 1 ? ? ? ? — having exposed liis person by ba'hing in Wallace's Crook, ' near tlio Victoria Bridge, during tlio day timo. Tho defendant pleaded guilty, but statod that bo was a strnn gor in Maitland, anil did not know that tho act lio had been guilty of wag Illegal, Fined 10s. William Gore, charged with indoconcy, did not ap pear. Tho sorvico of tlio summons was proved by Con stable M'Ncil. .Tho samo constable provod tho charge, tho defondhnt was fiuod 20s and costs, to bo recovered according to law. Patrick Donnelly was charged by tho Chief Cons'able with having illegally bathed In Wallace's Creek, on Wed nesday, 24th December....

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AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

AGENTS FOR THE NORTHERN TIMES Armidale — Mr Bernard Naur'bton BUck Creek— Ilarwin River — Briibane Water— Mr. Irvine Coulter liingera — Cassilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall Coolah — Cockfighter's Creek— Mr. T. B. Sqniri — Coonabarabran — CaUandoon— . ; , Darling Downs — '? *'? 'J Dungog — Mr. E. C. Madgwick England — Britannia Office, London Grafton — Mr. John Williams Gayndah Goonoo Goonoo — Goulbnrn. — Mr. Thomas Williams Gresford — Mr. John Bush Gulligal — Hinton— Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Ipswich and Brisbane — Jerry's 1'lains— Mr, Richard Alcorn Lothinvar — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald Iliver (near Windsor)— Mr. M. O. Thompson Manning River — Mr. John Newby 1 Macintyre River — Manila and Gwydir Riven— Merriwa — Mr. David Munro Meroo and Long Creek— Mr. Stephen Tucker Milfield— Messrs. Crothors and Irwin Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi — Mr. H. Wheeler Muswell Brook — Mr. Q. Denshire M'Leay and Port Maequarie — Mudgee — Jlr. James Kcppio ...

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VICTORIA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

VICTORIA MARKETS. Ptoon and Gkain. — Prices aro merely nominal, no thing doing. At Digbt's Mills, fino flour is quoted at £20 por ton ; scoonus, £18 ditto ; Hnx.ill il'L'i ditto ; Chilian £18 10s ditto j bran Is lOd por bushel. Wiikat, 8s per bushel. Hay. — Tho arrivals havo boen little short of last woek, notwithstanding tho holidays, nnd sales woro ro.i dily cffocteil at an advance on formor ratos. As tho major part of tho crop Is now stack oil, the prosent quo tations, will, no donht, causo a largo influx ; but If tho market Is not injudiciously overstocked, no mntotLnl do clino may bo anticipated, if, as Is gcnorally roportod, tho present crop is considerably short of tho quantity raised last yoar. The pricoa rcaltsod this day woro Host old hay, jC'11 to£12perton; inferior ditto, X'O to jt'U ditto; now hay, trussed, £0 to I'll 10s ditto; ditto bundles, £7 10s to X'O ditto. Arrivals for tho week, 326 ; ditto former ditto, 317. Livi: Stock. — Thore has been ti largo supply of In f...

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MAILS BY THE ROYAL CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

MAILS BY THE ROYAL CHARTER. Notice is hereby given that a Mail containing all letters and newspapers marked for transmission 10 Great Biitain, by this vessel, will bo mado up 1 nd forwardoil to Melbourne, on SATURDAY, tho 10th January, at 1 p.m. Registered letters cannot be received after 12 noon. All letters thus sent will be liable to additional postngo ot o'l tlio tialt-ouncc. To cover the postage to tho colony of Victoria, this, together with tho postage to Great Britain, must bo prepaid. (Signed) W. H. CI 1 1M STJK, I'o-t master- Gene r.il. General Post Office, Sydney, January 5th, 18J7.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DiiPLoitABLE Accident— Death or a Mother and two Children. — Mrs. White and her husband had been marketing on Saturday last. They left in a boat, sailing towards Greenways farm, wliere they lived. The boat sailed along very well until tlfe storm came on ; the boat was then near home. The sail was immediately pulled down, but the waves produced by the storm — and which the Raymond Terrace peoplo say were like tho billows out side Nobbies— caught the boat on the quarter, causing her to lurch and take in water. T be boat then lurched a second time, filled, und went down. Poor Mrs. White and her two children also went down and were drowned. The husband was saved by persons who perceived the ac cidcnt, and ran to assist. The bodies had not been found at the date of our latest intelligence, notwithstanding that great exertions bad beon made by parties residing in tho locality and at Raymond Teriace, Ma he Killed. — During the storm on Saturday jove ning, a young mare r...

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MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

KAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL On Monday, tlie 5th instant, tho Maitland District Council assembled pursuant to adjournment. The War den, and Messrs. Brown, Walsh, Gorrick, and Borthwick, wero present. The minutes of tho previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the Warden intimated that a letter bad been received from Mr. Minter. secretary to tho East Maitland Improvement Committee, informing the Council that the aforesaid committee bad been considering the pro priety of devising measures for the erection of a bridge over the Hunter at Pitnacrce, and praying for tha advicc of tho District Cour.cil relative ti the proposed undertak ing. After some conversation on tho subject, the Council agreed to meet a deputation from tho East Maitland Im provomont Committee, acknowledging their letter, and stating that the District Council will be happy to meet tlio deputation, and render all possihlo assistance. Tho Warden intimated that since tho last meeting, tho Government had sent to him f...

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THE ROAD FROM WEST MAITLAND TO THE SUGARLOAF. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

THE ROAD FROM WEST MAITLAND TO THE SUGARLOAF. Tho following petition has received a groat many sig natures. It was signed by the majority of the members of the District Council on Monday last. Wo have alluded to this subject before, but deem it our duty to bring the matter again under public consideration. ' To the Secretary of Lands and Public Works. Sir, — Wc, tho undersignod, being inhabitants of Maitland, Louth Park, and Sugarlo. f, and the adjacent localities, beg to apprise you that it would be a great ac commodation to the public if a parish road were opened by the Government from the Waterloo Hotel, 111 High street, West Maitland, along Abbot-street, through that town, thonce through J. J. Maughan's grant through Loutii Park to the Sugarloaf Road leading into the Bris bane Water road to Sydney. Tho length of such parish road will he two miles from the end of the present Go vernment road, terminating at Wallis Crcok. ' The Commissioners of the Maitland Road Trust havo adopted...

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ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

ELECTION* RUMOURS. Ox dit Mr. Nichols will this day send in his resignation to tho House, but will immediately thereafter address his constituents with a view to his ro-cloction, notwithstanding his Government appointment. It is also rumoured that Mr. Di.-ks-jn will leave hiinsolf 'in the hands of his frieuds' — this is what was cxneeled of him. nml dnnht. loss, a suitable requisition will bo mado as soon as Mr. Nichols's resignation justifies the step. 5Ir. Russell and Mr. Mort are also talked of as likely to become candidates It is said that at tho last Revision Court Mr. Russell stated his intention of becoming a candidato at tlio next cloction, and wo luor bis friends are at work already. From the entonte eordiale which o.xistcd at the last election between Jlossrs. Russell and Nicholrf, it is agreed that there will be no real opposition between thoso gentlemen. Mr. Mort would be a very dosirable representative for any constituency, but where a sharp contest is likely to exis be...

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