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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. (From the Empire.) The first Parliament of New South Wales was yoster day prorogu ed by his J3xccllency the Governor- Generi.1 in person. The following ia the Vice-regal Speech; — Honoraijle Gentlemen of the Legislative Couh C1L AND GsNTLEllEN OF TUE LeUISLATIVB ASSEMBLY. — After an unusually protracted and laborious Session, I am happy to be enabled to release you from fuither attendance. It-Was not to be oxpected that the 'inauguration of tho Now Constitution would bo accomplished without some delays and difficulties. I trust that the zealous and dis interested devotion of so much of your time and atten tion to the public service has not been productive of serious 1 .convenience to yourselves; and that in -some measure it will bo compensated by tho consideration that youronergies have been Wisoly and usefully exorted to promote the happiness and prosperity of tho Colony. Unavoidable delays, consequent upou the Minoerial changes which have taken .place in...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. TASMANIA. Wo (tho Argus) liavo Hohnrt Town pnpers lo the 10th and Lnunccston to the I lib imtunt. All the foniU'r, with the exception of tho Daily News, pr diet the speedy failure and down full of tho now ministry ; hut it is ob norvable that thoy nro nlmoat equally unanimous in admitting thnt it wua just (is impossible tlmt thu Chump miniBtry could have Htoo I, nK tlut tlx- proncnt c;in. In fact, it in generally nHsuricd that with the country at larj;o neither one nor tho other hai confuienuu and support. The election at Richmond took place on Tnnsdny lant. There was no opposition, and Mr. Gregson was re-oleCted. Nixon, found guilty of the hnrlmroun tnurdcrof ITotiry Chainhcrlayne, wafl exocute I on Tm-sday morning. Me denied hin guilt to tho last iiioment. liishop Wiln -n (li,C.) hns addressed a letter toH.mio oftho IlohnrtTown papers, iu reference to tlio unluippy man. Tho right reverend gentleman says: — 'Sunday, 22nd lMiruarv, was tho first time I venture...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

IT is particularly requested that , any irregularity 111 tho delivery of tlio Northtrn Times bo notified at tlio Offlco with nn Ht.t'e dolny :i.h pos^U'l-'. in order tli.it steps may to taken to prevont a recurrence ' of tho omiovrtneo. . ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

? ? minim nil i minimi iiiiii''|'j».°— i-T*pi ?'??? CHEAP. ADVERTISEMENTS. Adrfrettea, Wanted Situations, and Adcerhtc tnents under tventy reordt, only One S/iitling. tehus yon advertisements. Tw.niy worrit «nd uadfr, One Ehllllnjti etcrj adJhlontl Tm wcrd», Biypcntf) One loch. Three Shillings) and One and Slipenn for every additional Inch 01 part of an Inch. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Elgbt Bhllllnjft per Quarter when |uld In advance | and Nine StilUlnft If not paid within Fucbtiik Dave after the com raractment of each Quarter. 1 Notice- to discontinue Advertisements must bo given in writing . on the day previous to publication THE ' N OETHERN TIMES' (itiwral printing Dffitc. ROBERT WISDOM begs to Inform tho inhabitants of West Maitland and tho neighbouring districts, that he la prepared to cxecuto all onlora at tho above Establishment, Dud hopes, by Btrict attention, speedy despatch, combined wiui a first-rato stylo of printing, to merit their patronage. Every description of Lcttcr-pr...

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GARDINER'S CALENDAR.—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

GARDNER'S CALENDAR.— Mahch. KiTctiBM OABOR'i i Plant Ornrnll. ?cmillBowcr, cabbages, esJha 'loll, celery, lettuce*. Sow early framc-pes*, lemiccs, carom, winter nnlnns, French beans, beets, uirnlp», rnUlnh. onions. Clear .Vl« «/. nrnnx r ilUtanrr*. Hfto thl- nrOUnd and (lCStltlV the *r«cU« roun;l cabbapci, flro, Gather icedrin dry weather a* they rlpm ; »uch an lcck», onloni, K'ttucci, caullflowcri. Thin 'turnips icgulwly* teaming a Ulitancc between them of #1* or eight fichet. FnrrrO**tt*w i ff Ihe weather if molit, plant out ?trawbcnle#; tho row* to be fifteen inches asunder, arid the plants a foot apart In the rows. Examine fruit trees, 'to seo thAt »»ra and air arc not ?exetuded. The vines ahnuid be 'loiked over to see that the ?braochcs arc not too much shaded* Ukeoff thtlaUrtWliooti. ' 'PtovrER Oanoawt Plant and propftgAte fibrous rooted perennial plants such as soulhcrmwood, heart's.ea»e, violets, Ac-, towards the end of this month. 'Plant bulbs early In tip month Keep -flowe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

'ABSTRACT OF'SALES 'BY AUCTION. This Day. 'J. V' udom, on lire promises, Morpeth, tit Klfrven o'clock, .'n,» Tlnvnlfl Assets iutho cstato of Th mas 1 yrroll. fljt Itorljferai fees, ?'JIOTUIKO EXTENUATE WOR BET DOWN AUOIIT 1H MALICE.! ?SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1857

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

^MISCELLANEOUS. Drwawino the Magic Cincts.— Reuoblem, nn Austrian sage, was once detained in an inn when it was raining very heavilv, and of cmrso had his' book with him. The rain had driven into th» common room a large number of country people who wero tnakinu a great noise. To quiet them Reuchlein called for a pieco of chalk, and drew with a circle on tho table before which he sat. 'Within the circle he then drew a cross, and also within it, on the right -side of 'the cross, he placed with greit solemnity a cup of water, on 'tho loft he stuck a knife upright. Then placing a book — doubt- less a Hebrew ono — within the mysterious oirolo, ho began to read, and the'rustics who had gathered'reund him, with their mouths agape, patiently trailed for the consequence ofall this nonjuration. Tho result was that Renchlin finished comfortably the chapter he was reading without oven being distress d even by a whisper of disturbance. — Morley'aLife of Iltnry Cirneliui Affrippo ?Von NtUcsheim. ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ALBURVT. ( From the Border Pott, 1th ifareh.) ! Aitebatioh oi*MaiL Houes. — At length the Victo rian Postmaster General has accommodated the mail hours to the lata change effected by the Sydnoy authori ties. This morning the box closed for Melbourne at 7 e.m.i and the-mail of Tuesday will bo despatched at tho eamo hour. Tho mails from Melbourne will in futuro crnvd oa Wednesdays and Sundays, at 10 am. . . i AcciDiijiT. -'-On Wodnesday, _ Mr, Thompson, of 41bury, was in gaged in transporting eomo sawc. .timber ? by.moana orhia bollock team; and when arriving at t e -punt, tho bDlmalfl gavo a suddon twist and broko the fiole of the dray. -Tho bullocks then found their way ato tlio MurTsy by crossing tho pant, nnd tumbling over the epd fartlicst from land. Two of them tr^rodrotynod, and tho others wore rvccuod by tlio cxdtt|oos of tho ?pnntman.' 1 HoLToa SACCiiAniios.— Some fine of this plant tnayoow ba eean in the garden bf tJr. Bopcr, and ofolcam that tho secd ...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. The Slave Traoe. — The New York Journal of Commerce states on the anthnrity of the U. S. dtpnly marshals, that the practice of fitting out slavers at th.it port -still continues, notwithstanding the efforts that have boen tnado to break it up. The enormous profits accruing from tlio business, aro moro than a match for tho terrors o' tho law. The business is conducted with grcat-sluewdno'S. Experienced and sagacious govern ment officers say that tho nefarious traffic may bo broken up by BO ainoimiiiK the law relating lo the ►hlpmcntof crewi, thnt vessels engaged in the American trado shall take none but Americans. Such a regulation, it Is be llcvod. would inflict no insuperable hards iii) upon the twenty-five cr thirty small ve«els legitimately eni;ag d in tho tra-ie. Tho crews of African hlavcrs arc iiivati (tbly foreigners. mo«tlv I'nrtueuuae, who nrrtiot 1 kelv to bo troubled w th conscientious scruples. Americans could not easily be induced to eng...

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EAST MAITLAND, FRIDAY, 19TH MARCH. (Before Major Crummer.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

East Maitland, Fiiiday, 19rn Mabcii. (He 'ore MaJ -r Cruin.uer ) Dronxenness. — John IleifjriiHU ohsr-;ed by Henry G mio 1 wiih having been dru-,k. Mr. G meh (1-1,'O^ed that tho prinoiior wai an h^bi'Uil drunk, rd Sent*-ncd to fur'y-^iiiht. hmirs in tbo oolls. Disodevixj a Sl'ujio.nh. — it cbard K irney, nppro hendrd un u iv^rrant Iroa, the Singleton bench, f,ir di oboying a sunimon-i, was ordered to lie lorirardcd to Singlnr.in to bu dealt with according to iiir. Assauliino A Constable. — Heury S'anton wa« brought beturo tho beuuti uu warrant, charged with tho above offence. Conittblo Scarlett dnp.^ed that bo resided at Black Creek, and that on Sunday, tho 1st invtaut, be atw the prisoner passing through a wood, and upou speaking to him respecting soma bad language which he had u-ed, the prisoner 'truck at him with a whip, and also kicked nt him. Ddponent then closed with tbe priioner uud threw bim down, und afterwards lot him go. Fined 40s uud -U 6 i costs ; or in default, fonrtee...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

mmtl&nd price current. - Ale», Enjlllti, per hijehtnl . 0 0 a U- \(1 (\ (I Byaii'.ipcr doun . . 0 il 0 0 «'-? « Alliup's, dfttu , , . 0 II 0 0 15 6 At the Uslthiad Qwrerlti, per hhd. ... . ] |f 0 J 10 6 Ditto ft! gallon 0 14 0 1 6 Sydney, per gallon . . 0 I 0 Arrowroot, per lb . . 0 0 0 0 0 # Ditto, We.t India, ditto . 0 I 0 0 I « Dieon, per lb. ? ??0 0 7 0 0 13 U.gi, 3 buihcl, per down . . 0 IS 0 I 0 0 Uark, per ton . GOO Oread, per loaf of I Ibi . 0 0 4 0 0a Orlck., perlliourtnd , .. 3 0 0 3 5 0 Butcher.' Meat — Ueef, per lb. 0 0 2 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto . , . 0 0 3 0 0 -i Pork, ditto * . . 0 0 6 0 0 7 Veal, ditto ? . . 0 0 4 0 0 ft Butter, frcih i*r -lb. . . 0 16 0X0 Ditto, aalt, ditto . . 0 10 0 14 Bottled Fruits, p«r botlii- . ., 0 10 (ISO Caodlei, mould, ptr tb . , 0 0 7 \Vhol*^ta,.|»er Iti . . 0 0 Cheeio, perlb.. . ? . 006 OODV Coffee, ditto . . ? 0 4 3 0 I G Coal, per ton, delivered ? . 0 i* 0 0 H 0 Currants, Zante, pcr-lb . . 0-0 014 Cap»r»,j-er bottle . . 0 ?{ 0 Ola ?...

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HOMEOPATHIC GLOBULES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

H0M(E0PATH1C GLOBULES. A r.tich in the side, if taken in time, savei nino, Ono physician is better than two, but three are fatal. Hopo is the best modicine, and fortunately it is ia tho power of ovory doctor to dispense tvilh it. Thero is one ovil (hat doctors ia length of timo do ef fectually euro ua of and that is, tho faith wo placo in their nostrums. i' . . Medical botany might be restricted almost to tho piucb ing'of Bimples! Might we not say of o doctor what Figaro eaid of tho Bolguonr of his period— that lid does ua o sufScionpy of go oil $o long as ho rofraina from doing ua any harm f Wise pernios, when they take advico, ko loa phyeiciM,; but foolB go to aquaoU— and tho Ittrga uieproporision bs- tween the two clasacs explains why tw meny quccUB nj»So j their fortunowhilBt many o clever phyiioUa rtcsrcs. ; ? Many persona tako advicaas thoy ao physio— to fling, it aaido tao moaseht tho doctor's back Js tnr-i04.--Fb3cA,J ^r»»« . . ? ? ? J'..... ? !

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MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. Sinco our Inst roport the supply of Fat Stock in this markot has been vory limited, the recent rains having impo'loil travelling on tile roads. Wu havo 110 indication of any arrivals of importnnco nt presont ; good fnt cattle and sheep will thorcforo mnutain their rull valuo at pros cut rites. The following is tlio result of sales : 02 head lut cattle from. 00s to 92s; 10 head mixed cnttle, from COs to 70s ; 14 milling cows, from £2 to £t each. 80 head of I10100 stock of various descriptions, mostly unbroken, from £3 to £10 up to £19 each. 14 working bullocks, from £10 to £16 por pair, Also, a lot of fat wctliers, at 15s 6d each. DODDS & CO., Auctioneers. 20th March, 1857.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Fatal Accident. — On Thursday hut, a fatal accident occurred at the Hinton Pu;it causing tho death of two valuable bnllocks, and the loss of proporty amounting in vdue to fiom id to 6J pounds. It appears that Mr. Eu gene Kenney was in the act of crossing tlio pnnt with a full team, and, apprehensive of evil askod the punt man to put up a skid behind the dray. The pnnt man replied that thero waa not any necessity for tho precaution, but had scarcely said so when the bullocks picked the dray into tho water and were immodiately dragged after it and submerged. The two polo bullocks veto the «nly ones that were drowned ; the rest escaped. The bnllocks bo longed to Alexander Munsey and Samuel Munsoy, and some of the lostproporty, to wit 8 bag* of floor, to Eu gene Kenney. Tho latter applied toihe bench yesterday lor information as to How he should act in the matter, and was told that ho must present a bill to the Lessee of the pnnt or person to whose negligence the acc...

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EAST MAITLAND WEDNESDAY, 17TH MARCH. (Before Major Crummer.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

East Maitlahd, Wednesday, 17th Maiicii. (Beforo Major Crummor.) IoDEccnr Exi'OSUUE. — Willliui Gardiner waa oliargsd with this ode -ue, by Mr. R. B. Miuior, snd wan fi ied £0 ; or, if not paid witbin soveu days, lourteeu day« imprisonment.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND, THURSDAY, MARCH 19. (Before Major Crummer, Bourn Russell, Esq., and P. Green, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. West Maitlano, Tiiuhsday, Maiicii 19. (Bofore Major Cruiumor, Bourn Russell, Eiq., and 1'. Green, Esq.) Thorc was no app:ar.ince in the caao of Thomas Tynon 0. P.itrick Welsh (illegal possession of a pic), nor in that of,Jo*oph Nichols v. .Mnry Nichols, a case of nssault. Ann Clifton, charcod with bavin/ assaulted Mid. Bnckley, win fined 10s. or thu usual alternative. Anusivi: Lanouaui: — BridgL-t Flinders, of Loeliin. var, clmrgid Mis Ilatidcock witli having used abusive langu ige to her 011 tho 3rd instant. Mr. James appe ire,l on behalf of .Mr Mullon for the coiupliiinniit nud clieiio ' .tho file 1 5 nec BS.iry to he known. 'I110 ili-feiulant donii d the charge 11111I tho caso wiw postp moil till Monday next to procure the attendance of a witness for tile Complain ant. Illkoal Dutkntioh or a I.Aonsn. — Edward Bll|fh was ch.irf;od bolore tho llerch, -on Thursday last, with ilia above olfouce. Henry Evans deposed that on the ltttli of November he had purchased ...

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MRS. CAUDLE IN AUSTRALIA. LECTURE XII. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

mrs. caudle in australia. lecture XII. Well, Candle, and now that bleBsed House of yours it proroguou, what will you and the Min sters 1 do with yourselves ? If you hadn't kept on proroguing overy. thing that waa good, am) if your paity hadn't beeu all a - setot pro-ro.ues, the countr? might have been sorry to Bee Black Ron coming altsryou at -last; but I must «ay, Caudie, I was giad of it, and I hopo it will be a lesson to you, but wliat will.the Ministers do no v? Play cricket in the Domain! Now, C'audlo, if jou play cricket in tbat red shirt and cabb ge-trce hut, I shall go to tea y.-tr fn a round jacket and sou'-westor. As we art m&rri.d, there had belter tie a pair of scarecrows than an odd one, Why ohould you ' turn out,'1 as you call it, like a paced of English butcher's boys, when you all have wives,. and if not wives those who would like to be, who would make yon decent flannel jackets with neat blue binding. But what with billiards and cricket, I am so disgusted wi...

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GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY HIVEU (from our correspondent,') Nothing of any greit importance haa occurred here. A few, however, are doing what you may call b fair thing. It hns been reported that a rich gold field ha- i ?been found on the dividing range south-west of Walcha, and several of the diggers have gone over to visit the ?locality. A public meeting was called and held 'at Mr. Rae's hotel in order to form a company to develope the re sources of the much-famed Mount Jones. It was pro posed to make a tramway, so as to have the soil con veyed to the river whero it could undergo the process of sluicing and tnmining. -The scheme bos been well ap proved of, and already ono hundred and sixteen £10 shares have been takon up, and tho projectors feel -very sanguine of ultimate success; March 15th, ldCi7..

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

UNITKD STATES. Alarm of the Slaveholders.— The City Councilo ? of Nashville, Kentucky, have passed a law directing the employmont of an addi ional police force day and night, forbidding negro schools and negro preaching: for. bidding all assemblages of negroeB after sundown ; au thorising thu arrtst of free negroes from other countries and the arrest of frte resident negroes if found in sus picious circiiin&tancer. A great deal of uneasiness is ??felt in die city as well as in tho country. Teleobaph to Cuba.— The Neio York Timet statos that a project has beeu originated in that city, of con necting Cuba with the coa.st uf the United States by a '?Submarine Telegraph Line. It is supposed that tho ' Spanish Government wil! cheerfully consent to this pro ject of annexation. The line will doubtlesB be hereafter extended to tho other principal West India Islands — 1 Jamaica, Ilayti, Porto Rico, &c. ZjAteu piiom Kansas. — Kansas dates to tho 3rd inst. have been received 'i...

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PUBLIC MEETING RESPECTING THE "EMPIRE" NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 21 March 1857

PUBLIC MEETING RESPECTING THE 'EMPIRE' 'NEWSPAPER. On Wednesday evening a publio meeting waa held at tho Kost inn, West Maitland, to tako into consideration tho present cri ical stato of the Umpire newspaper, »ni to devise such measures OS might be Uoemod expodient for tho support of th it journal. Tho attendance at tho meeting, though not largo, was influential and rsspoct nblc. On tho motion of Mr. J. E. Pearce, seconded by Mr. K. Currey, James Dickson, Esq, took tho chair. The Chairman intimated that he had been quite unex pectedly called to occupy tho chair. He then read tho advertisement convening the meeting, and stated that he could hardly imagine a more important object than that which had called them together. Thoy had asseiu ? bled to devise measures for the support of tbo Empire newspaper — a Journal of deservedly high rank, and tho perpetuation o: which waa necessary to the progress of liberalism. -lr. Dickerm then stated tho circumstances of the caso. Hie debt amounted ...

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