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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. We publish for the benefit of our sp-nting friends tho entrances for the Great Ilomebush St. Leger and Trial Stakes, for which we are indebted to the courtcsy of a contemporary. 'The Groat Homebush St. Leger of 2O0 s ivk., with a sweepstakes of 10 kovs. each added (half forfeit if declared on or before 10th April), for all three-year old : j colts 8st Tibs, fillies 8st 4lbs: U mile: entrance 0 sovs. : | ine secouo iiorse to ncetve sovs. irorn the stakes, third his sweep. To close Lst March, I8o7. 1. G. T. Howe's ch g Trojan, by Wavcrly out of Peri, by St. .John (lull brother to Velio) 2. J. Brown's br c Messenger, hy Emigrant out of Young Peri 3. C. Kathei's ch f Lady Hunter, by Cavalier out of Black Sal 4. J. Rose's b f Lauristina, by Scratch out of Latona (full sister to Lunelle) 6. William Towns' b f Marion, by Punjaub out of Cinderella C. T. Roberts' b f Pomegranate, by Camel out ef Pussy ! 7. II. M'Gowans brc Varo, by Emigrant out of Jessy 8. J. Kales' be F...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. MESSAGES FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

I. K G I S L A T I V K A S S E M B L Y . Wl'.UNKSDAV, MaKCH 11. »RSSA«I:S FKOM TIIK 1COISI.ATIVH COUNCIL. ?The following messages from the Legislative Council wcio roeeived mid real: — 1. Judicial Offices and Barristers' Admission Bill. i ' Mr. Speaker,—1 Tlio Legislative Council lias agreed to the bill sent herewith, intituled ' An Acttn ninenil the' law as t.o the qualification for certain judicial and iit'-er offices, and to authorise the admission ot certain persons 10 uie.unr,' wnn uio amendments muienteil by the an nexed schedule, in which amendments the Council re quests the concurrence of the Leg'slative Assembly. , ' .L H. I'lunkktt, IVesid'ent. ' Legislative Council Chamber, Sydney, 11th March, 18.1-7.'' Ordered, on motion of Mr. Mannftng, to be taken into coViiidei'ntiu.'i to-morrow. Clerks of Petty Sessions. ' Mr. Speaker, — 'Hie Legislative Councill has agreed to the bill intituled 'An Act to provide for. the discharge of the duties of the clerks of petty sessions in di...

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AMERICA.—ATLANTIC STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

AMERICA.— ATLANTIC STATES. (From the Umpire ) By way of Han Francisco we have recived papers from New York, Boston, and Philadelphia to Decem ber 0. The New York Tribune k'ives, on the authority of a Washington correspondent, a list of Mr. Buchanan's cabinet, which, *' though not definitely selected, will be cornpoved substantially as follows ; — Secretary of State— Lewis Cass, Michigan. Secretary o'Trea.sury — Howell Cobb, Georgia. Secretary of I ' tenor— Jesse I). Bright, Indiana. Secretary of Wm —Charles J. Faulknor, Virginia. Secretary of Navy — William Pretton, Keutucky. i'ostmast r-Gcnerul — V tve Juhusoii/lVunesMie. At'.oruey-Oentral -I.-aac Touccy, CotineelicuU The Trihuut adds ; — ' 'There is one thing to be said in favor of this cast— there is not a fire-eating OlMinionist in it. Four of the seven members are taken from the Slave States, but they all belong to tho 11 Union' as opposed to the South Carolina School. Two of thun ( rnulkner and Preston ) were Whigs nearly as l...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.— Tiiuiisday. Mr. Dens Thomson gave notice that he would nt the rising of tho House this day, move its adjournment till Mundav. The Message from tho Legislative Assembly, assign ing reasons for their dfssciit from certain amendments made by tho Council in tho Sydney Municipal Council Hill, was con-idcred in committer. The reasons as signed by the Assembly were deemed satisfactory, ex cj|it in tho instance of the aiuondmcnt of the Council providing lor tho nppoinlmeiit of a health officer. This amendment was retained. Tho Assessment on Stock Act Continuation Bill re ceived one amendment in committee, and tin; adoption Of the report was (ixed for this day. The Wholoinlo Spirit Merchants' Fee Bill, and tlio Appropriat on Bill, were gone through in commit tee without a m on dm nt, and the reports having been a (loptcd, tlio third readings v. fo fixwl for this dnv. ? The Public WovkH I,o*» Bill for 1857. and tin? 1'ar r.unalta Dainu:n Itil!, \\\m rcad a third time and...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

\ TASMANIA. ' Postal.— I-t era detained being insniHciently stamped or uot hearing *iamp# : — -M **ier Bi |v Ty-ou. quill driver, c*r*'»f Mi-4 Mtribiill, A'bu»n hou**, Giortre-vreet ; R»iv. B. Dr«k', B a ntree, Eng nnd ; M. Gmur, K q , L«uijc^4U-u ; It'hert llunt-r, Kvan^ale; Mr. Jauj«s Jluntl-jy, Toropt»n Y*rw, \) -rcbt-l *r, Ciuuty Middlesex, Ctnada West, America; Mr-*. Su liv*n, Goorge Town ; Mr. A. S-rot-»cb, Patterdale, Feaxxlih Klkction.— Too election has terminated in tbe return of Mr. J. D. Bdfe, wh? polled 103 votes and Mr. Waiting 52. Richmond Election — Mr. W. V. Smith declines to opl-os4 Mr. T. G. Oregon, and to give the New Premier & fair trial, be pledge* himself to exercise whatever in fluence he m%y poft*e&« to prevent any oppo&ition to Mr. Gregson'a return. Drow.hixq. — A son of Mr. W. Dwyer, of tbe Franklin, j aged 4 yeara, fell iQto a well a few days back, and was drowned. ItOBBKRr. — A person named Thomas Brietfc reports that he was robbed...

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GARDINER'S CALENDER.—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

GARDlNKU'S CALHNDAR. — .Ma nun. Kitohcn CiAnnR\ : PUnt brocoli, cauliflower, c.iWm^rs. vu-b.v J Holt, celcry, MfiutM. sow r.irlf frnmc-peas, lettuce-j, e.irioM, winter on ion a, Frctieb Ik\uii, foecu, turnips, r.uliih, union*. Clia nnd thin cpinacb to proper rilntunrcs. Hoe the grrtmul mhI destroy tJie weeds round cabbages, &e. Oothcr wcdi in dry weather as they ripen \ *urh ns leffc*. onion*, lcttuccs. caullflovveri, Thin '.umipj regularly. lem-Jng n distance between them of ai* or eight inches. Fri'ir O irokm : If ihr weather in molnt. f.lAnt out itrawherrlcs ; the row* to Ikj fifteen inches anuulcr, fttul thv pl;\nt* a fuulapaTt in the rotv«. rx.imitu* fruit true#/ to -ee that «uu ntitl nlr are not txcluiu-d The vlnei *tiould be looked over to lieo that the hranchts arc not toi» much limited j take ofF the literal ihoott. ^ low kr fiAfio - n : , Plant and propagate fibrous. rooted perennial jil.ml*. Mich .n ^'Ulhrrn^wiMKl.^ifar t'i.e/tje, violets, , towards ' ihc end of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Adverlisc »-. oils under ttrenti/ wordt) only One Shilling. TERMS son advertisements. Twenty words and under, One Shilling! every additional Ten trords, Sixpence} One Inch* Three Shilling* t and One and Sixpence for every additional Inch or part of an Inch. ' TERMS or SUOSCHIPTION. Elfht Shilling* per Quarter when paid In advance i and Nine .Shilling* if BOt within Foobtikn Day* after the com mencement of each Quarter. Notice to discontinue Advertisements must be given in writing oa the day previous to publication THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' (ifnmil flrintiitjj ©ffh. T- OBF.RT WISDOM begs to inform tho inhabitants XL of West Maitland and tbo neighbouring districts, that ho is prepared to oxccuto all orders at tho above Establishment, and hopes, by strict attention, speedy despatch, combined witli a Grat-rato stylo of printing, to morit their patronage. Every description of I^ttcr-prcss printing executed with ncatneu and despatch. Book...

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A VOICE FROM THE DESERT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

A A'OICK FROM' the dksriit. Thehk an; oilier lH'rofs than Crimean, It ij possible even to die in :i noMor win- tlirni 'oil this field of lint tic. 'It is comp.-n at i vely ai» ousy task to n-arcli ti- death or vietorv, to tiie waving of tlie banners ami the rolling of the drums. The pomp unci cii'cumstnuct! ol.wjir rob ucutii of more tluui j half its ti-nors, alul inun fears' the Grim Tyrant | less, when lie moots him ''surrounded hy his com jmnions in arms, tlinn when he is alone. The dying warriors, too, are conscious heirs to the tears and praiset,' or the world. They Unoiv that a grateful country will foi over ciuhultn thoir memories — that for theni will bu stately monu ments, anil words of thrilling admiration, and tears of pity anil love. And though there should he no monuments, nnd though the daisies aud the violets ? alone should deck their gravis, the song of the i poet mid the page of tho historian will stiff 1, allow the ground 'where heroes sleep.' It is not so, however...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

AB3T«A(JT OK ft.VLKS BV AUCTION*. Tins Day. .1. Wisotm, in'lhe Kst.ileof Thoinns Tyrell. on tlio pro fills s, Morpeth, nt eleven o! lock, soap, framis, tanks, v.*»s, barney, weighing machines, household ?furniture. timber, aud Miudrhv. UoiMfS ANn Oo„ nt their Sale Yards, Kast ^fnitliLncI, at twelve oVloe'c, l'Jo head fat cattle. 'NViu.iam (Ik ituM, nt tlio I 'nt its n TownslfSp, nt onn o'clock, hnusehol 1 furniture, pigs. /property of Mr. Thomas William*. Tho cottage to helot, stib juct ti» eomj'edtiuiu Monday, Map cm 10. DoT)D5 a nh Co., nt t'vtflv^rtVloek, nt tbff Snle Viinlfi, Kast Mnithmd, 20 lictiri hoisostoik, f»U noddle nn-f harnesn .horns. .1000 superior fat wethera, 120 head fat'cuttle, Wm. , Hcnhy Wiivrr, ar the premise* nf Mr. TI. MM)ona:lt 'NVnra ah, nt noon, dairy cowb,. hor.sos, fanuhi^'iiti'usils, ttc. &c. C|c |lorf|cnt Cimcs, NOTII I Ntl RNTKNtl.VTK NOtt 'SfM' IIWVVN AUUIIT IN MA.MCK. SATU-liD.'VV, 'M/VHCir 14, 1857.

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. I Ladies' Fanciy Work. — Talking. Toast von 1857 — ' Here's to Lovely Woman, and may her shadow (a» far as .her dress goes) decidedly be less!' Ingenuous — Mrs. Smith, hearing strange sounds, inquired of her new servant if sho snored iu her sleep. ' 1 don't know unarm,' replied Itcckv, quite innocently, ' I never lays awake ong enough to diskiver ! A woman of excellent simse aud somewhat of a satiric turn of mind, was asked by her (friends if sho realty in tondolito marry Mr. ? : — ., adding-that Mr. ? , was a good kind of man, but very singular. 11 Well,' replied the lady, 41 so much the (better ; .if he .is very much unlike other men, ho Is ntoio likely *to make a good husband.' How is it that a husbandman and a Roainstross fol low u similar occupation.?—* Hecausu ithe one gathers ' whirt ho sows, and tho other sews what she gathers. , A Dutchman wantedlo wed a«widow, and his manner of making known his intention .was as follows: — 'If ?you is eoutent to got a bette...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. There Is lit tl* new to r» port about election matters. The Attorn ?y-Genernl is still in sole pofwe^sbm of the course for the St. Kilda rup *, but then' nre rumors of op]-osiiion, and it is thought that if Mr. Chapman would now change bin rrnu from tho eity to th-» suburb, he would have a letter chaiic-*, ;md would bent Mr. Kellow.s. Should Ca]-tniu (hjbi throw hiinnelf earnestly into the city, thero is »-vory proliab:hty ot his kiico»;v.s, though Air Murphy is personally very popular, ami commands u large personal following. Mr. Justice Barry, who pr^shb d at the Xisi Print sit tingw in tho Old Cmrt yi-l-if|nv, was occupied t» day iu trying an action brought :-gaiust i\ IhillK.irut oli citor, to rccover I'tunai,'** lor Ioxh r^ulting from rdleged prof«. K«'«.nal ti''ghu*t. 'J he ease lor the dcfence wn« not ent-rf l upon w!i--n the (V»»iri rose, but from the evi»lence triv.-n on bch.dfof the jdaiutiff,ii wi.nbl atmiy ratesenn tlut 1 1m* no iritor tl...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. I Attempts to Upset Railway Trains. — On Mon day morning last, shortly beforo the arrival of the first train from Limerick to Waturford, at Killon^n station, about four miles from the former city, a most malicious attempt to throw the train off the line was, through tho ; vigilance of tho company's servants, discovered, and prevontod -taking effect. Tho points had been seriously interfered with. On -the same morning, another attempt of as determined and as diabolical a character was made to upset the ea-ly tra'n from Limerick to Adare, on the Limerick and Foynes lino. Tho train caine in contaot with a huge box of limestone, weighing about 7 cwt., that had bjen placed across one of tho rails. Tho life guard most providentially struck it in 2-uch u.manner as to cause ihc stone to split, and, owing to this fortunate circumstance, the train was allowrd to pa6s on uniim* pedod, aud without receiving anyfnrther injury than tbo mere smashing of the guard. A...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE, J WESTERN DISTRICT. Muar-Efi at Yass. — On Friday evening last, Mr. P. Mitchells brought information to the police of this town- j ship tlut a rrurder had been committed that day at | Mrs. Xachlun's Kangmangaro. On Saturday a number of the inhabitants assembled on the spot to hold an inquest. After appointing Mr. Godfrey as their foreman, they proceeded to examine the b/xly, which was lying on a stretcher in tho house occupied by Mrs. Lachlan, The evidence addaced went to show that in a nuarrel between William Wioge and William Gordon, tne latter struck tho former several times with b heavy stick, from the efforts of which he died. The Jury, after hearing tho evidence, retnrned a verdict of ?' murder.'' Eight jury men were for murder^ but not wilful, and the other lour were for manslaughter. The word ioit/ul was omitted to accomodato the consciencca of two jurymen, who made a wide distinction between murder and icitful murder. Singular Dzspovtav. — Oo Saturday...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

I MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. Alc», Enflllih, pet liogahedd , 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 j l Beau's, par (toon „ . () 1| o 0 I'J (i [1 Alhop's, dftto o li 0 U 1,1 U 11 At the Maitland Drcwctta, II pe* hhd. ? . , 313 0 ft 10 G fJ Ditto per galk)n Oil 0 I C H Sydney, pct gallon . , O I if Arrentroot, per lb ??ODD 0 0 K {J Ditto, Wert lnd)a9 ditto *010 014 fl Oacon, pti lb. ? *. 0 0 7 0 O 10 3 Utga, 3 tmsliel* per dozen . . 0 IB 0 1 0 [J Dark, per ton . . 6 0 li fj Bread, per loaf of 3 )b» ??004 00 H Urlcks, perthouwind ? . ? | o O 3 5 o ? 1 Butchers' Meat—* Beef, per lb. . U O ? 0 0 1 l' Mutton, ditto , . o 0 3 0 0 0 t! J'ork, ditto . , , 0 0 6 0 0 7 Veal, ditto . . , 0 0 A 0 0 fi Butter, frethper lb. . . 0 I C O ?» o Ditto, salt, ditto , , 0 10 0 14 Boii!eU FxulU, per bottle . . 0 I 9 o S (- Candle*, mould, per lb , # 0 0 7 Wholes, per lb . , O 0 tJ * Cheese, pee lb ? 0 0 C O I) » t CotTbe, ditto ... 0 I 3 010 V Coal, per ton* delivered . . 0, II (I 0 II 0 I Curranti, Zante, per lb . . o 1 O 0 14 i...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. ?Foncr. or Reason. — Some person was once asked why B stood bofore C. Bccauso, was the answer', a man must bo before lit can see. ' Great thinkeru are solitary, aud seek retirement. PocU, piiniore, philosopher*, a l court the Bliaile. It is the gay und thoughtless who aro always longing for society. ?a uuwfl flAoj tti. — itu saw u uruuKuu muu lue oiucr ovening trying to get a watchman to arrest his own elia duw. His complaint was, that an ill-looking scoundrel kept following him. Accent Kioht. — ' Ah, my friend, where hare you been for u week tack ?' For a weak buck I I have not been troubled with a weak bach, I thank you. ' No, no! whore have yon been long back Don't call me long back' you scoundrel. SliiPLioiTV. — At a distribution of prizes lately, a little f;irl, whose parents hal Juat been turned out of tbeir odgings because thty had failed to pay thoir rent, was asked by the rector, ' Have you otadied Bacred history, my child?' Yea, &ir. ' Do you know th...

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MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. A special general mating of the membere ot tnia ; Institution was held on Thursday evening, pursuant to | advertisement, 'for tho purpose of considering the most j advisiable course to be adopted, to procure means to ! enable the Building Committee to discharge their liabi- | lities to the contractor on the completion of the baild- j ing: and for transacting other business of importance to j the Institution.' ' Mr. Samncl IJaker in the chair. The Secretary read, and laid before the meeting, the following statement of the accounts of the Building , Committee, viz. : — Amount of Contract for the Building ? £ICM 0 0 Paid on account ? 1350 0 0 Due to the Contractor on completion of the Building ? ? £200 0 o Due to Bank of S. S. Wales (overdrawn account) ? £48 2 2 Less to be received from Go vernment for paid subscrip tion* ? 30 0 0 18 3 2 £318 3 2 When further subscriptions have been received to the extent of J&1S9 U 7d. or one half, the same amom.t will...

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CIVIL BUSINESS. FRIDAY, MARCH 13. (Before Mr. Justice Milford and a Special Jury of four.) GORRICK [?] COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

CIVIL liUSINHRH. I'm oat, March 13. (Before Mr. Justice Milford and a Special Jury of fojir.) Counr.e! fur the ptaiut'fl, Messts. Faucclt and Wyn deyer i Mr. Hriggs, nttornoy. For the dofendant, the Attorney Gvnornl, Mr. Iraacu, anil Mr. Diitlcr; Mr. M't.'arthy, attorney. This was un action for n breach of contract. The dofendant sold to tho plnintifi' on or about the 19th of July, 1H5C, from eight hundred lo one thousand primo fat wethors, to he dellverod on or before that day month, under the conditions hereinafter mentioned— to wit, that should tho wethors weigh only 50 lbs each, then the price should bo lis each, and should they weigh 55 His., ihou thu price should be I2s. each. Tlio defendant had failed lo fulfil this agreement, and Iionco the pns3nt action. Tho damages wero laid at £!-(-(). In opposition to this, dofendant plcadod that he did offer to delivor within tile month, eight huti'ln-d fine fat wethers, weighing H0 lbs cacli, and that he was willing and really to deliv...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. EAST MAITLAND, FRIDAY, MARCH 14. (Before Major Crummer and Captain Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE East Maitlasd, Fridat, Marcu 1 t. I (Before Msjor Crammer and Captain Smith.] Assaclt a.»jd Attcwpt to Steal.— Dee Hee» a Chiua man, waa brought before thr bench charged with an at tempt to steal. King Tor deposed th ii on \S edueviay ho going to Dung^g, and parstd the pri\OQ-r on the road close to Mr. Newman's pl&ce at ilint/-n; prisoner hailed him and desired him to xiop ; when he g--t op he took hold of his watch-chain and trird lo pull it off: he then pulled out a knife. Another Chiuasum going up towards Xe*miu's place, and when pr souer saw him he let go the chain, put the knife iu his pocket, and went away. Me# Newman subsequently went up and charged the prosecuU-r with having rubbed the prisoner of a J;'jO note. The prisoner was committed to take hi* trial the next Quarter Sessions. lio&BS&r. — George Chambers was brought before the Court on satpieion of having committed a robbery. Con stable Agnew tpprchended. the primmer on that d...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. j Maitland PurLirARVfonio Institute,— At a commit tee meeting, held at tho Itoso Inn on Wednesday evening last, the rules and regulatons of tho Svdney Philharmonic In*tituto, so far as they were deemod applicable and ap propriate, were adopted. The following gentlemen were then elected a9 oiflco-bearers for the ensuing twelve months:— President, Dr. M'Cartncy ; Vice-president, W, Brig ga, fan.; Treasurer, I. Gorrick, fc*q. ; Honorary Secretary, 1\ Stnolair. The formation of a glee club and a quartett club) was moote!,and tnea*urt« v^ero men tioned to eficct the formation of the name. Some discus sion th n ensued on thr advisability of procuring tho assistance of Madam? Ca-lly at tho first concert of the society. wh:oh said oncort it is Hupped will be given in April uext, or as soon as the new building for tho School of Arts is available. The Secretary was instructed Uj apply to Madamo Callly to ascertain tho term# on wliich she would pay Maitland a visit The Hiil...

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. SPIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 14 March 1857

PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. SPIPENDIAKY MAGISTRATES. I I Nn 1. 1 A List of the Names and Salaries of the Several' Stipen- diary Magistrates , in the Colony of New South Wales, during tbo years 1853, 1854, and 1855, and the places where stationed. Name. Salary. Period. Station. : £ s. d. 1853. 1865. J. S Dowling .... 676 0 0 1 Jan 31 Dec Sydney , 1854. ) I D'Arcy Wcntworth 400 0 0 1 Jan 19 Dec ' .. . ! J j g - j. 1855 f Batnurst : W. II. Palmer . . . . 400 0 0 20 De'c 31 Dee ) I 1853. 1853. \ I S. North ? 375 0 0 1 Jan 31 Dee I r, 1854. 18S.5. / Carcoar, Helcnus Scott ? 100 0 0 1 Jan.31 Dec ) : , -18S3. P. Dunkctt ? -100 0 0 1 Jan 31 Dec Goalburn. ?: ' . 1853. , Heyward Atkins .. 375- 0 0 1 Jan 18 Mar L Ipgwieh Charles G. Gray .. 100 0 6 10 Mar 8 1 Dec J. II. Crummcr ... 368 13'4 1 Jan 31 Dee Maitland. 1854. Arch. C. Innes 360 13 4 1 Jan SI Dec Newcastle. 1858. David Forbes ? 300 13 4. 1 Jan 81 Dec t'arramatta. B.D.Da y ? 36(5 18 4 1 Jan .S 1 Dee P. Mcquario isr.r.. Arch. C. Innes .... 100 ...

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