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FLOODS AND DRAINAGE. THE OPINIONS OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

FLOODS AND DRAINAGE. THE OPINIONS OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES, j ' I beg of you to assure tlio Gentlemen signing tho Petition, that I feel much interest in the sub ject of drainago, and shall most cheerfully render all the assistance in my power. in the furtherance of tl.o object. Thomas Barker.' ' I can only nssurc you that I shall be happy to co-operate, in every way in my place in the As sembly, to secure the object desired by the Peti tioners. I feel convinced that nothing effectual can be accomplished until an Act of Parliament is passed, and upon a subject go important, and at the same time rather new in this country, the safer course will be to obtain the appointment of a Select Committee. R. W. PlDDINOTON'.' ' I shall most willingly urge on Mr. Hay a com pliance with the wishes of the memorialists. I think it, howover, unlikely that either the Govern ment or Legislature will be prepared to take up so weighty and difficult a subject during the present session. R. JONES.' ' From my...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. SONG FOR THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

POETRY. I SON'G 'OR THE NEW YEAH. OU! Tim.! lias turned another jingo i -f .li'cmi'y and Truth ; U, : v.lvh a warning voice to ago, And v l.i-i.'ors a lesson to youth. - *? hi!* p.«a o'er heart and head I -- I m r. ? i1' viilo loi» burnt : \ j m ? '.if i a task to closely ask, Yi 1: :- t tl. losom nml brain havo loarnt? OH ! i t v.i hope that our saiuls havo run 'i\ i . i! \.i- l.tm's precious trains ! Ob ! p. iv v.o find that our hands have done ???tv,... voi i; of glorious pains in n :i ?- : !- imc and clicer to tho merry now year, w ti ll- .! ? holly gleams aboTons ; on for tho foes who hate, Ami pi.-yor for thoso wlio love us! v. ?? :::ny In.o soon somo loved ones pass Yu i!,l i:.i:d of hnllow'd rest; VVi. win- i.d«s tho glow of an honest brow Ami tki warmth of a friendly breast : ?S'.» wri vurscd thorn while on earth, IV'tii Ji,,:r s all true and kind, Will ? pints hlamo tho sinless mirth tfii.'.-.i true hearts loft behind? - ! if. cro not well or wiso . t r- i with ondless pai...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Speaker announced that he had received from the boil, member for Argylo (Mr. Plunkett) a petition signed by certain electors, praying against the election of Wil liam Uede Dalley, as member for tho City of Sydney, in the room of Henry I'arkes resigned, on tho ground of non-qualification. Mr. Plunkett moved that iho petition be referred to the Committee of Elections and Uualitications. Mr. Martin opposed tho motion, on tho ground that the objection was not sustained, and that it was opposed to the common law right of tho citizens. A very long discussion on the point of order as to whether tho House had any right to discuss the question arose ; but on tho ruling of the Speaker it was alio wod to bo proceeded with, ami on a division the petition was referred to tho select committee by a majority of '27 to 11. The Speaker announced that during tho discussion lie had received letters from .Mr. Faucett and Mr. Jlolroyd, resigning their positions as members of the...

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

KORTITElliV TIMES. THE FOTjRTII CALL being payable, it is requested that tlio samo bo paid at this office withiu four toen dsvi. Northern Times Office, Maitland, 5th January, 1S57. Maitland Mochanics' Institute. A GENERAL MEETING of Members, and of t\ persons desirous of becoming Members of this Society, wi-1 bo hold nt the COURT-HOUSE, East Maitl-ind, on FRIDAY Evening next, the 0th instant, nt half-past sovon o'clock, for tlio purpose of receiving the Report of tho Provisional Committee, and for the Election of Office Bearers for the ensuing year. I)y order of tho Provisional Committee. Maitlnnd, Gth Jan., 1S57. ' 10 )1 A MEETING of parties interested in makitiga Bridge or Causeway across the water-hole, in Burke strcct, wil bo held at the ' SIIA.M KOCIC' I NX, on FRIDAY evening, January 9th, at Seven o'clock. ? ? ? )0C9 To Mr. Joseph Eisby. SIR, — I am unable to find words to express mv lioarf felt THANKS and Gratitude for llv. humane nnd manly courage displayed by you on Saturda...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, 2ND JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE . LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, 2nd Januauy. The President took tho chair at half-past four o'clock. After somo formal business, the Hunter Rivor Tonnage Duty Postponement Hill, and the Loan Bill iof 1S57, were read a second time. Tho University Graduates Privilege Bill, and the time of Prescription Hill, were considered in committee, and the adoption of the reports fixed for Wednesday next.

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LITERARY VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

LITERARY VARIETIES. j Mai.brdok. — 'A trifling circumstance led to the popularity of the song in I'rnnco. The ill-starred Mario Antoinotto having obtained the services of a simple pea sant woman as nurrc to tho Dauphin, was ono day struck by tho smartness of an air which, BayB tho rolater of the anecdote, ' made the young prinoo open his oyes to tho namo of Marlborough I ' The gay qnoen's fancy was touched hy tlie sprightly tune ; eveu tho king took up tho refrain ; and from tlio privato apartments of Ver sailles to the stables tho Bong mado a furoro in Paris. Beauinarchais even introducing it into his opera of ' I^igaro.' Tlio thing, in Tact, took ; a rage for tho namo wns evinced in many ways ; stuff*, silks, ragouts, car riages, furniture, received tho stamp of fashion with tho title of Malbrook ; 111 short, 'nothing but tho fall of tho Hostile put a stop to tho furore;' and it was revivod again when Napoleon, albeit he had no tasto for music, took to humming the air I 'Indeed,' ...

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

REVIEWS. Aoncaj/ j'or, J Votes^ of Excuv . nt/itiy in 1854, 1855. Hy tlic k Metcalfe, M.A. Ilursfc and i'.:. '.i ;t. mi, .iii'u-.iiiv! ig rigut in ueitevmg tuat Norway r,-i ':i!l ? i^iitly hackneyed to make us re Ct .':t it with tlio melancholy antici 1 ; ,mc travels inspire. It takes a irists to cxhnust a land, — which is pi i-li u - l-irkv, dow that every other tourist de ffri!-- - ;'lie ir.r,! - follow each other in delineating ceri: l:. ot-v: -us features. A few collect solid ? mid i;r.| in ; formation. Some confiuc themselves :» and some to tho antiquities. But there is always room for a fresh mind and an open — ^utilities which nrc the most important, and 'j!i::nt'jtv.itr!y the most rare, in travellers. It would he ilatti'i-v to tell Mr. Metcalfe that lie had produced a standard hook of travels ; hut, at least, his r.ia;fi:r is iiw',, his style free, candid and agree .in:! It;? f;,--.i!»ral tone manly and genial. I;, wss i. uni Uio port of Hull that JIr. Metcalfe s.uioJ for th...

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NEW FASHIONS FOR THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

NEW FASHIONS FOR THE CABINET. (From the I'ress.) That celebrated artiste Mr. Vernon Smith, profoundly oouviucod of Iho important truth that if a man bo mado by his manner, bo is no loss marrod or mended by his tailor, according to the coiigruousncttn or incongf uousiicbs of his costumo, and anxious that his collongues' habili ments should bo consonant with tbo character of their woarors, nnd bo as unmlstakeable a reflox of thoir minds as hiB own inisc is of tho oapacity of tho President of the lloard of Control, hns drawn up tho following sugges tions for tho uso of Bomo of her Majesty's Ministers. VISCOUNT P AI.JtlUtSTOtJ. A coat of tho kind termed reversible, whieh may bo turned at plonsuro (or profit), and a sulphur-coloured vest (a dolicato attention to the King of Naples). Tho old fashioned pantaloon should now be put on. Tho clown's motley and tho jostor'a cap and bolls to bo uttorly discarded. TUB MAttoUla or I.ANBDOWNK. Tho bluo and buff may still bo preserved in compli ment...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. SUICIDE OF A PANTOMIMIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 7 January 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. i SUICIDE OF A I'ANTOMIMIST. \Tr. William Harvey, the pantomimist and ballet mas ter, known several of tho London nnd provincial boards, committed suicide by jumping overboard from tho IJolcn M'Ciregor steamer, during a lato voyago from Hamburg to Hull. He bad been fulfilling an engagement at tho Tivoli gardens at Copenhagen. Whilst thoro, some diflerenco aroso betweoii him and anothor party, who was taken beforo the chief of tho police, and repri manded. It is siid that tho party sworo ho would have his rovengo upon Mr. Harvey, and tho unfortunato man scorned to labour under tho impression tbat the threat would be carried info execution. His engagement ceased at tho close of last month, nnd ho proceeded via Kiol to HanibuJg, whero I10 embarked oil Sunday morn ing, on board tho Ilolcn .M'Gregor, steamer, for Hull, 011 liis way to Dublin, whore he had to appoar this wcok at tho Queen's tbeatro. In tho courso of tho day-hc wroto several letters ou deck...

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LITERARY VARIETIES. EMERSON'S NEW WORK ON ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

LITERARY VARIETIES. EMERSON'S NEW 'WORK ON ENGLAND. i he American papor* immmncu the rcc- itt puMiu ition at Boaton of a now woik on England l»y Kmcr.«o». U is eu titled ' Trail*,' and is described by a writer in tho New York Tribune aa ' n tln»t oni*h analysis of Euelish ch tracer, which is em-ddcred mostly from a highly fav-turiblo point of view, ami di*eu-*»d in tlio tone of a sendhlo practical man of the world.' Wo sub join a few-extractp, containing Mr. l-jiuursoira account of hia intercourse with and judgment of khuo i.f uur groat literary men. Of Walter Savasjn Lanrior ho writes — 11 On tho loth of M*y 1 dined with Mr. Lmdor. ^ I found him n -hie and cnurluou', living in a oloud of pic tures, nt bin Villa Gherurdi'aca, a fine hou«o, command ing a he intiful landscape. I had inferred frem , hia bo-«ka or magnified from sonic niieedoteH, an impression of Ar ohilluan wrath — an untamrablo petulance. 1 do not know whether tins imputation were just or not ; but cer tainly on thw M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

NOR TITF.RX TIM ICS. rpUE FOURTH CALL being payable, it is requested X that the samo bo paid at this office within four teen dt'ys. Northern Times Office, Maitland, 5ih January, 155'. Maitland Mechanics' Institute : qiHB IX.U'GURATOliV LKGTURE of this Insti I. nit'; will ho di'livcviv.l in the COU11T llOUSK, K.ist .Maitland. on TtSSDAY EVENING, the llitli in stant, at half-past, seven o'clock, bv the President, tho llev. C. IC. UU.4DBN. T. W. IIOIUXSON, 10EM- Secretary, jno. Um. NOTE. iN reference to tho sale advertised to take place on Tuesday and Wednesday next, at Messrs. 11. 11. Hall it C iV store, Morpeth, will he well worth tho attendance of buyers, in consequence of the sale being imperative and unreserved. The auctioneer also begs to stato that a considerable quantity of goods belonging to tbo same estate, and which aro stored in Maitland. will be sold at West Mait land, oti an early day, duo notice of which will bo given. The goods will be open at Morpeth for inspection, th...

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SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. .C s. d. £ s. d. Tullow, beef, per toil . . 37 0 0 to 10 0 0 ditto, mutton .. .. 41 0 o „ 48 0 0 Hides, (hoavv) ? 0 IS 0 „ 0 Is 0 Superior (light ditto) ... 0 10 0 „ 0 14 0 Flour (dull) ? 15 0 0 „ IS 0 0 Wheat, (good demand) .. 0 (i (i „ 0 8 0 Maize, (downward tendoncy) 0 4 0,, 0 4 9 Oats ? 0 6 0 „ 0 6 (I Harlcy. English, per bushel ... 0 4 0 „ 0 5 0 Potatoes, now ? :i 0 0 „ 4 10 0 Onions, ? 0 7 0,, 0 0 0 llay per ton, (Oaten) ... 7 0 0 ,, 10 0 0 Lucerne ...5 5 0,, GOO Pigs, (very saleable at) . . 0 0 4 „ 0 0 G O'alvcs ? 0 15 0 „ 2 0 0 Fowls, per couplo .. .. 03G „ 050 Ducks, ditto .. ... . . o 5 0 „ 0 fi 0 Gee™ (dull) ? 0 G 0 ,, 0 8 0 Turkeys, (in demand per pair) 0 Ii 0 „ 1 10 0 Butter, (first quality) . . 0 1 0 „ 0 0 0 Chceso colonial ' ? 0 0 R „ 0 0 0 F.ggs, (scarce) ? 0 1 0 „ 0 1 9 Lard ? 0 0 4 „ 0 0 S Hums (colonial) ? 0 0 !- „ 0 0 10 GEOKl.JE L. FULLER, Commission Agent, Corner of Market and Sussex-street. Sydney.

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

COIilMERCIAL AND MARKETS. M'e havo not any changes of importance to publish in this department since our last issue. PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN AT THE MILLS, Per lOOlHii. cash; ifbooked Is, additional. Firsts. Seconds. Iiratv ... , , s- s- d. s. (1. iSicholsoirs ? 19 0.. 17 0.. C 0 I'ovttis's ? 20 0 .. 18 0 .. 8 0 Pearcc's... ? 20 0 .. 73 0 . 6 0 Solomon, VimVm, & Co.'s .. 20 0 .. 18 0 .. G 0 Turner's ? 20 0 .. 18 0 .. 6 0 Raymond Terrace ? 20 0 . . ] 8 0 . , 0 () Black Creek ? 20 0 .. 18 0 .. (i 0 Kingston's, Singleton ? 20 0 .. 18 0 .. 0 0 Kitchell's, Duninore ? 20 0 .. IS 0 .. (5 0 Mcrmode's, Dungog ? 20 0 .. is 0 ., 6 0 Darks, Clarence Town .... 20 0 .. Is 0 .. fi 0 Allen's, Dungog ? 20 0 .. 18 0 . . (i 0 Milficld ? 20 0 .. is 0 .. G 0

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To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

To the Editor of the Northern Times. Sin, — -A long residence in Sydney gave me the oppor tunity of hearing numerous reports of the extraordinary manner in which justice is frequently administered in tho I interior of the colony ; but 1 confess that I thought I ' should have to go much further into tho *' bush' than this ! to havo my sense of propriety so considerably shocked as it has been since my arrival here by the numerous in stances of ' hush justice' administered in tho populous town\)f Maitland, in defiance ot tho presence of a free and all but daily press. Although I hare, unhappily, been a party to a suit iu your Police Court, I am nut now going to trouble you with the recital of any grievance, real or imaginary, sus tained by me in the adjudication of my own case, but I um desirous to call the atteutiou of tho public to a very grievous wrong inflicted under the guise of 'Justice'' upon an humblo individual of this community, I allude to the case of Thomas Chilton, as rece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

AGENTS FOR THIi NORTHERN TIMES Armidale — Mr Bernard Naughton Ula-sl: Creek — JS'irwin River — Rri.sbitnc Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter liingera — Gissilis — Mr. W. Miller Clarence Town — Mr. Lyall Cool'jh — Coi-kfujhters Creek — Mr. T. B. Squire Coonaharahran-— Callandoon — j Darling Downs — Dungog — Mr. E. C. Madgwick Dunmort. — Mr. G. Roberts England — Britannia Office , London Grafton — Mr. John Williams Gayndah Goonoo Goonoo — Goulbnm. — Mr. Thomas Williams Gresford — Mr. John Bush Gulligal — llinton— Hanging Rock — Messrs. Davis and Bradford Ipswich and Brisbane— Jerry's Plains — Mr. Richard Alcorn I/ochinvur — Mr. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. Macdonald River (near Windsor) — Mr. M. G. Thompson Manning River — Mr. John Newhy Macintyre River — Manila and Gwi/dir Rivers — j Mcrriwa — Mr. David Munro ! Meroo and Long Creek — Mr. Stephen Tucker Milficld— Messrs. Crothors and Irwin Morpeth — Mr. Ling. Murrurundi — Mr. II. Wheeler Muswell Brook — Mr. G. Denshire MkLcay and Port Macquarie...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JAN. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE .. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuu.iday, Jan. G. tuo Legislative Assembly mot on Tuesday, pursuant to adjournment. Tho Speaker reported an answer from tho Governor Gcneral to 'tho adilross of tlio Assembly, sfcatitiir that steps will ho taken without delay for carrying out tho ro coinmeniintions in favour of establishing the electric iciugnipii ueiwecn ayuuey anil iueinournc. Jioturns relative to the pros-nt stato of tlio -Customs dupaitmont wero laid on the table by Mr. Donaldson. The report of the Gold Fluids Management Bill was adopted. Tlio receipt of tlio following niossago from the Gn vornor-Cieiiornl, was .rcportei to the Uouso by the Speaker; Mcssago No. 18. W. Denisos, Goveriior-Goncral. It is a sourco of unfeigned regret lo tho Govornor Goncral that any difference of opinion should oxist be tween himself and tlio Legislative Assembly, and this rogret is enhancod on tho pre-ent occasion by tho cir cumstaneo that' this differenco of opinion has occurred ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS. To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

TIIE AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS. To the Editor of the Northern Times. Sir, — Never has tho dissimilarity between a home and an Australian Christmas struck ns moro forcibly; never ?to our recollection havo tho necessary unseasonable at tributes of the ono been moro vividly contrasted with tho timo honoured assocations of tho old country than in the season Just gono by. Scarcely recovered from tho devastating effects of tho j --ovemner tioou, wo looked forward to a curtailment of ! much of the previously anticipated pleasuro of this fes- ] tivo season : tho unsettled stato of the weather, with tho ! haircst but commencing, creatod a general anxiety winch augured unfavourably for tho display of that universal good humour and careless hearing which is woni to predominate at the special holiday of Christ mas, from which wo wero lod to infer that the chief re unions would bo characterised by a sombre rather than an unchecked hilarity — a subdued Imbtheartedncss, in fact, dictated rather by a re...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. Ales, English, per hogihcad . 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 Byan'a, per dozen ? ? 0 12 6 0 14 0 Alhop'fl, ditto . . . 0 12 0 OUO At the Maitland Breweries, per hhd. . . . 5 IS 0 5 10 6 Ditto per gallon 0 14 0 10 Sydney, per gallon , 0 16 Arrowroot, per lb ? . 0 0 8 0 1 6* Ditto, West India, ditto ? 0 10 0 1 C Bacon, per lb. . .. 0 0 7 0 0 10 Bngs, 3 bushel, per dozen . ♦ 0 19 0 2 0 nnrk, per ton . C 0 0 llre.nl, per loaf of 2 Ihf . , 0 0 7 Bricks, per thousand . . .,3 0 0 3 5 0 Butehcra' Meat— Beef, per lb. « 0 0 2 0 0 3 Mutton, ditto . , . 0 0 2 0 0 3 Pork, ditto. . . . 0 0 6 0 0 7§ Vent, ditto. . . , 0 0 5 0 0 6 Butter, fresh, per lb. ? . . 0 16 0 19 Ditto, salt, ditto ... 014 016 Bottled FruiU, per bottle . , 0 19 0 2 0 Candles, mould, per lb* « » 0 0 8 Wholo«alc per lb« . . 0 0 C Chccic, per lb. ? . ? . 0 0 6 0 0 9 ColTcc, ditto , , ? , 0 13 0 16 Coal, per ton, delivered . . 0 13 0 0 I* 0 Currants, Zantc, per lb . .013 016 Cnpcrs,pcr bottle * '. . 013 016 Corks, per gr...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE COUNCID.— Wednesday. [ The Sydney Municipal Bill was read a second time. -The Loin Bill forlS57 was committed nnd amended. Leave was given to introduco measures relating to the of.nvcyimce of real estate, and tho admission of barris ters nnd attorneys. The Ilmuedic.-) on Bills of Exohango Bill wis citisid ortd in oommitteiv and some nmendmonts made. After noma merely formal business and l ospone ineiitj tlio House adjourned.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 10 January 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ )Ve do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed ly our correspondent;.] To the Editor of the Northern Timet , Sin,— You cannot well refuse me letter in your journal a-« it in my frst offence, and f ho moro so as I per ceive it is seldom any of your subscribers in this district ' think it worth their whilo either to ns-i- 1 tho public with ideas or endeavour to benefit themselves by a letter ' just ai n ** stimulant,'' I Tho lower part of tho W-dlomhi Brook has just boon flooded ag kin i.o irly as ha 1 as in November la.«t, though I believe without any material damage, but tho late , heavy rains hero havo prevented many from getting a ' Harvest Houie,' The consa-quenca will ba that tho wheat will not he in 91 good a eru'i'.ion as oMiorwi-io.it uiiijht havo boon ; hut it is fi*»c Wiatherunv aud every bo !y U btt-y u it'i their grain. Tne rccent lbod lm of cmrso materially damaged tho crossing..! laces of tho brook, between Stock-yard Cre^k ami our ...

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