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(To the Editor of the Northern Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

( To the Editor of the Northern Timtt.) Sia — Jt is currently reported about town that the Governor will be hero on Monday. 1 write only to ex {iress a hopo that tho inhabitants won't this timo treat lim as disrespectfully as to let him be bespattered with mud, and then dragged about in a ramshackle shall dpr-a-dan of a gig,— Yours, ORDER. Maitland, 27th March, 1.357.

Publication Title: Northern Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

I?1 FT Is particularly requested thr.t any irre?nlni !'y in [ 'l tho ilcliverv of tho Ncrlhcrr. Kuh bo no:ine.l.-at liihs Office with as Jitt'o -lci ?-' a* possible, in order-that j,r j tcps may bo token to prevc.t * ricum-nce -of tho Is Anoyance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wauled & 'iluafionn, and Advertise ments under ticcnti / icords, only One Shilling. TEIIMS rotl ADVERTISEMENTS. | Twenty vmrrii nod under, One Shillings every Additional Ten - vordi, Siftfcoce t ^nc Inch, Three Shilling* ] nnd One and ( Sl*)*ncc fur every Additional Inch or part or an Inch. ( TERMS OF SUDSCttlt'TION. I Eight Shilling* per Quarter when paid In advance ( and Nine Shilling* if not paid within fouirritK Day* after the com- ( menccmrnt of cach Quarter. Notice to discontinue Advcrtisomonta must 1 be given in writing on the dny previous to J publication- c THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' 1 General printing Dfficc. ; EVERY description Of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING I executed with neatness and despatch. '] Book-work, C&t,ilof;ucs, Posters, Billheads, Chequo 3 Book's, Circulars, Law Forms, Primphlnts, Show Cards, and evorv other description of plain and ornamental 5 printing in a style not to b« excclli'd by any other Es tablishment. Charges s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

I abstract of sales by auction. i, Tats 'Day. ii D. C. Carts*. at tho Xorthnmberlnnd salo ynrtls, West Maitland, at twelve o'clock, a valuable stock of horse, harness, cah, dt-ty, &c. Also, at samo time and plscp, a. mare and f- al also, a bay mare pony, I - n-d black filly. Monoay, MaECH 30th, 18G7. S Dodos & Co. at their sale yards, East Maitland, at 12, ' j, 1600 splendid fat wethers. t|c ftodjjmi times, HOIUItIO EXTI.SOATI NOB SEf DOWN At'QHT IN MALICE. SATURDAY, MARCH HS, 1857.

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GARDINER'S CALENDAR.—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

??[ GARDINER'S CALENDAR. — March. f'( KrrcitBH Qaidbn t PUnl brocoll. cauliflower, nbtiigcs, ttcho iS'oti. rtlrry. lettuces. Sow eatly frame- peas, lettuces, carruti. ?d tinier onlcms, French bcant. brcli, turnlpi, rafllih. onions. Clear ii ' nd Ihln spinach to proper ill.lances. Hoe tha ground anil destroy ;|ha weeds roonil cabbagca. Ac. G»lh«t seeds In dry weather at I ibty ripen i inch si trills, cnlor.i.'litturoi. c»uU(lowrrt. Thin Ulurnlps regularly, leasing a distaace between them of ?)* or eljht } ! F«mx 0»»c** -~tt the weather li molit. |.lant out stra*bertles i - . 1 row* to te fifteen Inches asundec , and the plant* a foot apart I ? j n ihe tows. Examine Irult tree*, to' «ea (hit sun and air «re not t I xctucied. The vlnea should be looked over to »e« that the ? 'tranche* are not too much shaded i take off the lateral ihoots. i ' FiowBR GaaDtHi 'Plant and propagate fibrous rooted perennial ! ;-lanu. such as southern-wood, hcart's.csse. violets, Src . towards [ [ha end of t...

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To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

To the Editor of the Northern Timet. I St?, — I am happy to inform yau that the want of magistrates, so severely felt here, is likely to be reme died, as I havo just hoard tha{ the following gentlemen aro likely to be nominated to the Commission of the Peace : — Elislia Davison, E-q., Surveyor's Creok. Handle Acres, Esq., ditto. James Sturr, Esq., Armidalo. The appointment of the Utter gentleman would be particularly desirable, from his great popularity, his vast attainments, and the general confidence with which ho is viewed by the public. I am, 8ir, Y our obedient servant, RI01ID. LAKE. ArmlJale, 24th March, 1850.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (To the Editor of the Northern Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

COURT OF PETTY SESSION'S. ( To the Editor of the Northern Times.) Sis, - Ihero aro many cases tried hero every court day for tho recovery of debts under £10, and I con ceive it to be t'io duty of thu clerk to allix a list of thoc (in tile order iu which they aro to bo called on) outsid ? tho court house or public place, which would be the monljs of s vi.ig expense and inconvenience to su'.tors. At present it frequently happ.m that parties huvu to coininunce de novo, ad in monetary absenco their cases have buop struck Qui; tlio why, or wherefore, is obscu rity to nil nut ih.i (?. P S. and tin, omrt. I hclievo a constable stands outside au I calls out names required (tint this functionary generally has it severe cold on court days, mid islioar.se in cunsequencoj hcnco the ns.ilt It is not to he yupp[K3snd that suitors sltoul I rcm:iiu ' in court the whole day without refreshment, if only of air, aud were the C. 1'. S. to assiKt parties by thu lint in question, they would know when tae...

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MAITLAND STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

MAiTi.on s-rnr-ir MARKET. ? Sinco our la«t report tho markot hero pas boon bettor supplied. Good shcop aro still iu dem-nd fully at last quotations. Fnt eattlo ofsuporior quality, also maintain their value. Jlorsta of n, useful description flnd ready purchase. Result of Balo as follows: — 100 head of fht ca tlo, at au nvorago of £5 per lio id i 28 head, ditto, at £.1 Os (Jd; 45 heal mixed, ditto, 47s to 84s ; 000 fat wctbors, nt 13s; lot of fat wothcrs, J5s Od ; fiOS store owes, Cs 01 ; 20 bond mixed catllo, 32s Od ; po(r work bullocks, £15 ; CO ho.id unbrokon horse stock, from to £20; 10 brokon in horses, vlr. — 1 at £27. 2 at £20 each, 2 at£lS each, 2 at £11 each, 3 at £12 each. DODDS tc CO., Auctioneers. 27th March. 18S7.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. THE EMPIRE—GREAT MEETING IN THE LUCEUM THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

8YDNEY INTELLIGENCE. THE 27.V7Y.flfr— GREAT MEETING IN THF. LYCEUM THEATRE. (Abridged from tU Empire. ) A public meeting was held on Tnesday evening iu tho Lyceum Theatre, York-street, for tho purposo of dovig 'ing means of relieving tho pressing claims' on the Empire. Tho meeting was convened by advertisement, lB8ucd on the morning of that day. Notwithstanding tho shortness of the notieo, and tbo heavy rain wbich fell Uirocgooot tnu evening, thcro were not lets then four» teen hundred persons .present, and tho. uniform expres sion of ifeoling at every etago of tho moeting— ohlch was prolonged till nearly 11 o'clock— woro those.Qf earnest . determination to me every means to proverjt tha £mpire Sinking under its present difficulties. ? Shortly before « o'clock, on tho morion of Mr. Hom phroy Richardson, ilr. W. 8.. Allan vrpe cuUod lotho chair. v The Chairman said the object for which the minting wa* called was one in which tho working classes woro mow interested than spy : othor po...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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THE RAIL AND THE MAIL. To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

THE RAIL AND THE MAIL. JO the Editor of the northern limes. S-IR,— As tho opening of the Newcastle and Maitland Hallway II pi in nn early day seems now to bo definitely settled, I trust you will anvocatu in your columns tho necessity of an improved postal atrangement in conjunc tion with the increased facility of communication with tho metropolis. Tho Sydnoy post, which is now rarely delivered until poslmeridiem, frequently postprandium, and is occasionally postjwned altogether, uiay, by means of tho trains from Newcastle, arrivo at 8 a.m., ntld the daily Sydney jour nals reach Maitland by *1 p.m. on tho day of publication, instead of by the omnibuses at all hours, for alas ! ' Nemo mortalium oanihus horis sapit.' This arrangement would prove a great boon to all classes in Maitland, nnd instead of hearing th .t the boat has stuck on the Flats, wc shall consider any one a fiat wlm sticks to tho boat, when ho can jump into a railway carriago nt Nowcastlc and reach Maitlau I in au hour...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] "THE MEN OF THE SESSION." To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

J| QEIGINAL C0BEE8Ppl?pENpEl ; I[7Fe da not tdctfli/y eurjeh-ea with the opinions ixprciicd t-y eurGxrrgptaifaift,} .. |:| ' THE MEN OF TH£J SESSION.' . ' ' fill Ta the Editor, if the. Northern Timti. ? ? jt.'ht,— On taking up ypur cOEtcmpofdry of Tucslay, 21th' jficunt, I found an articlo oa tha Mot) ofthe Sciaion— a IbiMect of great int^rcsi'at Sho r.rescnt 'timo to all who Mqilratnysel^ aro anxiously watching political pror :f caress of tho colony. ' ' ? ? ? ' ' ' fiU I will uqt attempt to fallow out tbo articli In queJitiop, f I feat would bo inflicting K?o great a punUbmcnt on roy 'i« j&f and yonr readew, as it is evWoat tliat ita cblel'moTit i .jKasijts io cztmding oyer. tha gr^tcstposalbio^pico the f .{.!«& infinite elitfol pojtloa of eoinmon «£iiso. . ? . . HCcrtsialy tbo writer isiiya a e»c«' de&l about' BsaicaJ, II mTom of StaKd SUlV G(^a-heaa paruesv but. ;f ; I? feah6t ttos^bly cotEijpMkcnfi jfiow Mr. Mr/TiIaaBSog/ H1 p Hr. O. M'toy i'rloaRtO said...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE . VICTORIA, tin iteotios. Mr. Dtifiy has been returned from Villiera and Bsyte*. hury, aud Sir. Sauiia.i-y for Ktlmore, nithout opposi tioo. t Mr. Sitwell won elected lor tho Ca-t1omalno borough*, defeating Meatus. Ircliitd and Prendorgast. Tbo Age of the 28rd «ay» i— ' Wq obscrve, op the »u tborlty of n contemporary, Ibat tho 'now Ministerial po licy is to bo ot a hiftily popunr cnarsoier, more especi ally on the important question# of publio Work*. Rail way*, the Knd, Mining on Private property, aud Immi gration. If so, thev will vindicate their title to tbo ap pellation of the '» People'* Ministry.' Wo had hoped that thoy would adopt a popular policy on thete poiuta ; but until A'-- siw it stated in the oolnmnsof our coutem nnnir), we bad no indication of thoir intenlloti to do so. Wa hopo that our contemporary is coricot in hia infor mation,'' A me-sise by the electriotologruph Informs us (,-trytrj) that ti petition is in course of signature hy some of tho ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Utteiii.no Foroed Cuequcs.— At tho Police Office, Ipswich, on Friday, lith March, an elderly man named Peter Mulvoy, was brougnt beforo J. C, Wbito, Esq., tho prosidin^ m.gistrato, charged with uttering a forgod chequo for the sum of £2(J. Tho prisoner pleaded mot guilty to the accusation. Edward Dolan, chief.constab o at Drayton, statod that on tho 24th ultimo ho receivod ... ? ? ^ pnouuui, --u u iim Kiiuwn nu uiong the road as tho 'schoolmaster, from tho. circumstance of his wearing spectacles and the singularity of his man, ner, had, on or about tho 20th ultimo, tendered to a person named Brown, a cheque purporting to bo drawn for £26 as follows ' Syoney, 17th January, 1857. Pay to tho bearer, or order, the sum of Twenty-six Pounds sterling in tho Union Bank of Australia in Syd ney, valuo received. William Nicholson, Maitland. Io the Manager of Union Bank.' Although the chequo purported to bear the signature of Mr. Nicholson, wit ness had overy reason to belie...

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MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. Ales, English, per hogshead . 9 0 0 tj 10 0 0 Dyass'i, per doten . . 0 ll 0 0 IV 6 Alliop'i, ditto . * „ 0 ll 0 0 15 C I At the Mullland Unmcrlef, I perhhd. .. . . a IS 0 5 10 6 j Ditto per cation Oil 016 j Sydney, per gallon . 0 19 ! Arrowroot, per lb . . „ 0 0 0 0 0 tt Ditto, Welt India, ditto . 0 10 0 14 nacon, per lb. . ?? 0 0 7 0 0 10 I Uogu, 3 buihcl. per doicn . . 0 18 0 1 0 0 fUrk, per ton ? ? 6 0 0 Urcnd, per loaf of 2 Ibi . , 0 0 4 0 0 & Uricki, pcrthouiam! . . . 9 0 0 3 5 0 lkitclicri' Meat— Beef, per lb. . 0 0 J 0 0 4 Mutton, ditto . , . O 0 J 0 0 S Pork, ditto ? . , 006 007 Veal, ditto ? . . 0 0 5 0 0 fi Butter, frcihper lb. . . 0 16 0 t 0 ntuo, Mlt, ditto , . 0 I O 0 14 Bottled Frulu, per bottle . * 0 19 O t 0 Candles, rooujd, per lb . , 0 0 7 Wholesale, per lb ? . 0 0 Oiecic, per lb. . . ? ? 0 0 6 0 0 91 Coffee, ditto ? ? ? 0 13 0 1 6 Coal, per ton, delivered . . 0 IS 0 0 11 0 Currants, Zantc, per lb , . 0 10 0 14 -fcipcr«,per bottle . ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

1 TASMANIA. ' ,, extraot the following ,from tho ^Hobart Town Mercury of tbo ,20th instant. 1 Oyster Cove Gold Fields. ' Yesterday, the Huon steam .Company's steamer the Cobre mado. a trip to Oyster Cove. Sumo -idea of the ? wsnt of faith or energy displayed may bo gathered by tbo fact that, only a .vory Jim of the .more energetic of our citizens took advantase of the opportunity ?— , deounod — on one of the brlghtestof Tasmania's sunny days— to partiaipato in a few hours pleasure and relaxa tion, although a .matter of to vital importanoe to our btat interests formed tho real pnrposo and. object of tha trip. Grant that the .cry of Wolf I Wolf ! has been .?n?' t fi Jtno °*t8nk without snffloiont cause, still tho iWolP oi.ee i afc laat, and 170 arorby no moans prepared to treat mth indiffdreooe aujr prospect that m*y present itself of bettering by the disoovory of a Gold Fiold.onr , present, by no means, enviable position. The Cobra rotumod a little before eight o'oloek lest evening, ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

?OBITUARY. (From the Home Nnvs.) Mr. R. R. M'IaN. — This distinguished member ofthe Scottish Royal A?ademy died on tbo 13th of December, at Hampstead. -Tho Scotsman says that -the death of Colonel Mntile, and of so many officers of tho 70thiregi ment, brought on that depression of spirits which led to his death. Admiral Sin H. Hart, K.C.II. — 'We -regret to nnnoutieo the death of tiiis gallant veteran, Commis sioner of ( Jrcenwich Hospital, which event took plncoon D-ceniber 22nd, at his apartment in the Queen's House at Greenwich. Makolis of Qukknshkiiry. — The death of this nobleman took place in Edinburgh, on December 19th. The deceased, John Douglas, tvas born in 1770, and in 18-i7 succeeded his cider brother iu the family titles as sixth Marquis of Queensberrj . A vacancy for Dumfries shire is caused by Lord Drundanrig's succession to the tnarquisato. Gknehal tiik Hon. William II. Gardiner. — This ofiicer died on the 15th of Deceinbcr, at his seat in De vonshire. Da. Paris.— Th...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA, Wo havo rcoaived.news.Jrom ^Vdolaido to the 2,7th. The city elt u'ion fnr the Legislative (Council bad re sulted in the return ol the following .namea;: — Ayora, An\-n.-, Baker, Bagot, Davenport, D ?»!'*, Fiuber, Freeling Forster. Gwynne Hall, Lips in. Mu phett, O'Hallumn, Stirling W. Scott, .H. Scott, Youuj, iiiiRbaiid, The Adelaide Times «ays :—' Tho oolony may breathe freoly ajtuin ! The city elector* have thrust ' ol 1 fog} i-m' to sucii a fatho-nlees depth at thu bottom of the : poll, that up perversity on tl,o part of .count, ry voters will be HUfUeiotit to give it a place In tbehalls.of theLo iii'lnturo — our utars b« pr«i*ed for tbut I' ? tbe^lfor^p'ril' ? ? ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

mid yuWWtoJ .by Sieewi?. ^ ' Twee 0M8«ftlT»toU»g ? Q&U*, tiTf^ls. Strettj .V/tfU 'J's r;ecr8oah\y»ItV ussdi 28, 1957, J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 March 1857

AGENTS T'OK THE NORTHERN TIMES Armidale — Mr Barnard Xaughton Black GreeJ:— Mr. Adam .Mather, Flour Mills. Harwin River — Brisbane Water — Mr. Irvine Coulter f Bingera — CassilU — Mr. W. Miller Giarttice -Town — .Mr. Lvall Coolah — Cockfighter s Creek — Mr. J. B. Squire Coonabarahran—' -\l Callandoon— Darling Downs — Dtutgog — Mr. K. C. Madgwick Vunmore. — Mr. G. Roberts England — Britannia. Offict, London Grafton — Mr. John Williams Oayndah Goonoo Goonoo — GouUtnrtu — Mr. Thomas Williams Qretford — Mi. John Bush H Gulligal — , 1| Hinton — Mr. Henry Atkins ' t Hanging Rock — Messrs; Davis and Bradford S ?fpswich and BricbaK6-~ Jerry's J'lains — Mr. Hichard Alcorn . . ; .11 ^otf^muar— 3Ir. Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. § Macdonald River (rtear Windsor)— Mr. M. G. TiiompcofJ ffi Manning River~-)i\x. John Kcwhy j\l Macintgre River — I !J Manila and Gtvydir Rivers — I v ifern wj-r-JJr. David Munro 1 -j Mtroo end Long Crtek — Mr. 8tephcn Tuoker {\| Messrs. -Cixitliers and Irwin . . ! .- ! M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 1 April 1857

i Maitland Broad Company. A COM PA NY lia.i bem formed for the pnrpowof *ap plymg the inhabitants if tho Town of Maitland; for cash, with bren], at pricei which -bear some relation to the price of flour. Operations will bo commenced on MOXDA'Y, the 2nd February, when breait of a superior quality -will be retailed Ut the Bread C rn|-*ny*if Temporary Deptt. opi'o piLf the MilUof Her.tn. Soloinon.'Vindin, and Co., West Maitland, at 4{.|. the 21b. 1.0 \ V. Families will b. supplied a; th-lrown doors on leaving their ad 're»« at the Company's Depot, HO T ROLLS ev=ry morning, at EIGHT O'CLOCK, Sundays excepted. ALFRED R.IFHEMLIN, '82 Manager. CAPE OR ENGLISH BARLEY. f-PIlK underHipnod is a p^rthaser.of'.Capo or'Englioh X. Uarley, either in large or »mnii parec!«. PAT 11ICK M GUIOAN, Auntralian Hrewtry, 1212- Sydney, Notice to Subscribers ALL Suhtcrilicr* to the Northern Timet whose ae conutH for ttie la--t quarter arc not yet -paid, aro p..riicu atly requested lo eoille the s&ino ...

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