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MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

MAITLAND STOCK MARKET. '\ The market has beon well supplied during the week. ' Several lots of tut cattle am sheep have been olfercd tor ' sale, all of which have changed bauds at satisfactory prices. A very prime flock of lt»2o fat wethers, with fu l ? fleece, the property of Mr. John Eokford, excited consi derahlc competition, realising ab.nit l'Js each ; all of i ?which aro now cleared off; none remaining in (he hands of any of our regular customers. A lot of really good fat sheep would therefore find a good inarkvt hero. It is not improbable that the very heavy rain duriug the last few days, may cau oa scarcity of fat tftock for imm.di ate requirement. Should such be tho cas-, any just on hand will come in at a favotirahl? time. Good horses ?still com natid fair prices. Mobs of promising stock I invariably drawing a la ge attendnnco of huyors. Tho following is the res.ilt of sales : — SI fat cattle, 80s toDOs ; 18 head ditto, tiOs to 81s Gd ; liH head dirto, -7os 6d 'to 8.'te ; ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
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GOLD FIELDS. NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

?GOLD FIELDS. I NEW KNOI.ANI). ( From the Ai midair. Erprf*^.) j Tho onlv talk hctv nt pnvtcnt iMt who is (o pet thn re ward for discov ??ritig fi now guhlfiohi, nn it nppoaiM thai moro than one party nro candidates for iho honour and money. It is to 1-c hoped tliat l-olh may be Hun:-M-.ful in their ficldn, nud Ik; suitably awarded I ti addition to the patty who loft tlio thrco dwt prospect with Mr. Wil liams, a Mr. Kennedy has inn lc an oiler to tliu commit tco to open now diggings, provided ho gutH a liromLu of Ik 1UV.U til Ul «*. ?«''» VW l/U ,111 uniy »MUl II proved to he worth a reward to tli.it amount. He Mates that a Brna'lor sum would not r i.iuneratu him for the outlay ho his ho«n at, hoth in lime and money, for tho last six months, In prospocting. Mr. Kennedy Hays lie hart no doubt hut tho ridge ho alludes to will turn out fully at rich nnd -atensivo a** Mount Jo « hai done, llo sunk two at IU haste, and nt (-.?.:? i-t deep wn«hed from radi pan 1J dwt of gold. Tho washing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

IT is particularly requested that any irregularity in flie delivery of the Xortherti Time* be notified at tho Olllce with ns 1 if tie dcl.iy as possible, in order'th.-it step* may bo taken to prevent a recurrence of the nnnoyaneo. (SAKDINKK'S CALKNDAU.— ArniL. Kitcmkn C7*nnKM : Plant hrocdli, caulNlowcr,' cabbage*, ettfi* Hot*, celery, lettuce*. Sow early fi&me-pc.it, leltucr*. wrmn, winter onion*, French beam, hevt«, turnips, radith, onion*. Clear ami thin spinach to proper dittanccs. Hoc the ground ami destroy the weedt rmitid cabbagn, &c. Gather srcdi \n dry weather at they rlp^n ; such ns Ircki, oidom, Irttucr*, - cauliflowors, Tlilt ' turnips regularly, Ic.v ing a distance between them of six or eight ?inches, Knimt R tnnftN If the weather U moiit. flant out strawberries ; -the row* to be fifteen inches asunder, and the plants a foot apart in the rows. Examine frwll trrc*, to »ee that %\\n and *It ate not ? excluded. The vines should be looked over to see that t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

CHEAP ADVEftTlSEifiENlS. A iltfrcMes, Wanted Situations, and Adrcvhsc virnln under ticiwli/ worth, only One Shilling. TEKMS Fori ADVERTISEMENTS. Twenty wnnli ami under, One Shilling! every additional Ten' word's, tilypcncc; One InHi, Tliree Shillings! end One And Sixpence for every lulditionnl inch or part ofantaeh. TERMS OF suimcrciPTioN. Eight KhtlltngB jht 'Quarter when paid In advance and Nine Shilling! if not paid within Poi'ftiibcTDAY* after the com mencement of each Quarter* Notico to discontinue Advertisements must bo givon iu writing on tho day previous to publication THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' General $)riirtmg ©fltct. '|7V K.11Y description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING .1 J executed with nrnlncss and desimtcb. Hook-work, Cntnlogues, Posters, ISillhe.idn, Cheque Book*, Circulars, Law Forms, I'nin|ihliits, Show Cnrds, nml everyothoi- description ol' plum nml ornamental printing in ft Btylo not to b« excelled by any other Es- : tnblishiiiont. ' Charges strictly modernto. High-street, ...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. 'INSOLVENT COURT. Weonrsdat. I (Ht-fore the Cliirf Commissioner uf Insolvont Estati-s.) In tlie estati; of .loM-pli Dhauis, a third moetiim llch-s niiioimtinu to .C'llil' (is Hd were provrd, one nf £ii(K) was allowi'd as a claim only, mid ono stands over lur loriher eonsiiloratiun. In the e-tato of llnKb S. Chanm-ov, a single tiiortin);. Debts anioiuitinj! tn t'lo Ms Oil were proved. In the estnto of. Joseph Hisliop, « finjjle meelinfj. No ihdits were proved. The Chief Commissioner allowed insolvent to retain His wearing apparel. In the«itato of lliomns Milis, n nurd mretir-. INo elaim wa« proved. Tho nssi^nce reported, lint-iro direc tions were given. Insolvent w.is allowed to retain his household furniture and wearing apparol. List of ? F.Ktates in the Newcastle and Maitland disiric.s Surroudored -or placed under Sequestration from 1st January to 31st -March (both dn)'s inelusive), 1857. Stated Stated 'Liabilities. Assets. Jauuaiy. £ s. J. ?£ 8. d. 23. Meye...

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SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1857. THE CENSUS FOR 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

SATURDAY, APRIL 4, '1857. 'THE CENSUS. FOR 1SJC. ? The luliorintis task of presenting- to tlio -public a ? report, nccompu'iifd with a -variety df valuable tallies, relating to lite popiMiitinn of the colony, lias ? at last been ncuomplUhcd. Tho return is well north the.pruat caru lifstmvj'di-ipoi) it, and tin; ' ample information it nfVorils will throw a light for - future gui latico upon some of the molt important -duties devolving- upon our statesmen. There is every reason to believe that all endeavours lmvo been made to obtain the nratvst approximation to ??accuracy, and allowing for certain casual rrmrc which are sure to beset a vast ? undertaking -of the kind, tho amplitude of the .information sought for hy the rollectoro, anil the nun her of ' collectors (viz., .'300, -?) ? employed, must i:i a great measure have tended to ensure correctness, and to ? render the census tables worthy of reliance. As the vn6t length of the report will forbid our pub lishing it in extunso, we mu...

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WORSE THAN BEATING WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

WORSE THAN BEATING WIVES. ( From Punch), My dear Mr. Punch,— Yeu, oltcn very properly advi.-c the Government, or Parliament, or wbatovnr It is, lo mnke a law for severely punishing wretches who kick and beat their wives. J5i:t do not stop hero. Let me assure you that as much pain is often inflicted on a lndy by an unkiml husband, as any nill'mn inflicts upon n poor person. Mine, I assure you, is in the Imbit ot vexing and tormenting nic (.nnietimes to that degree that I scarcely know what to do. I cannot do the least thing wrong, or mako tho slightest mistake, but be be gum nn argument, nnu urivcn mo mm n ounier, alio reasons with mo. I had rather he would beat nic— tlint I would I Ilnmnior, hammer, hammer, with hi- nasty d'sagreeable logic, he quite makes my bead nclie ! I wish you would procure a law to provent husbands from committing the unmanly mental nssiultof reasoning on their mifortunato wives. A man ought to know hotter than to eay why ? and wherefore? to a lady, whose nn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

MAGAZINES for 1857, nt Ro-lucod Prices, offered to the public by tbe Undersigned. Amount of subscription to bo paid in advance. Ilimtratod Tinios (post paid), 18.1 por annum Punch, 2s Family Herald, lis Gents Fashion Books, 21s Putnam's Miscoltnny, 21 s Notes and Quoric-i. 28s British Controversialist, 8s National Magazine, 21s Illustrated London Nows, 46a London Journal, Us Family Friend, 8s Ladies' Fashions, 21s Chambers' Journal, lis Leisure Hour, lis Christian Roforinor, 21a English Journal of Education, 6s Tlio Adrcrtisars would especially diroct the attention of tlie public to tho late impiovcmcnts and additions to I tho '? Illustrated London Nows,' and to tho ' Illustrated Times,' an being tho cheapest paper of the kind ever issued. Every description of general STATIONERY always on hand, and sold at tlio very lowest prices to wiiolcsalo purohasors. SMITH & GARDINER, Stationers' Hall, 1540 85 Pitt Street, Sydney. Morpoth Working Man's Political Asaooiation. A PUBLIC MK...

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LADIES' COLUMN. A WESTERN LOVE-LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. A WESTERN LOVE-LETTRR. My dkehi: DEKRt: henry — i iinbrnco this present opporchoooiiy to lot you kn. ngh lis howi am bad a spell of the nignr, and I hope tlicas few lines may find you enjoying the same god's Blessing I NVhy dont you rito I swente line to tell our sulTinin Kathrun all about her pretty swoate Henry, wo bad a meeting in the blacksmith shop in town last night Linkers is riz ; i wunder why my sweet llenry dont conic out clinr and lot mo grip my arms ruunii iiih wesson homy so mat l can leet my Heart bent n ngin liizzen. It beats like a linlc tilt- hammer now, henry if you dont come out pr iy for mo. Sar.s is skaco out chur, except squills nnd catfish and korn meal, and sieli wege t diles : Oil mv sweet henry — my lurtlo dove — my pigin— my deer dearo heiirv — bow my poor sole is longing for your sweet voice— think i hoar him fliugin ynnky-doodcll as he conns from biH plow now Mnry nieldoui has got a bab.i! Oh my doer henry do como out and lots get marruil...

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SETTLERS' PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

SETTLERS' PJKODUCE CIRCULAR. £ «. d. £ s. d. Tiillow, bedf, per ton .. ..14 0 0 „ '18 0 0 . Ditto, station, ditto .. . . 42 0 0 „ 4,3 0 0 ' Hides, each . . ? 0 18 o „ 1 -1 (i Ditto, (inferior) ... .. O H 0 „ 0 18 0 Flour, (Colonial made flour in demand... „ . . 16 0 0 ,, 18 0 0 Wlieat,pcr buih.(good sample.^) 0 5 G „ 0 C G Maize, looking upward .. -0 7 fl „ O S 0 Oats (Scotch) .. .. 0 5 G M 0 -6 .6 Barley, Englisii, perhuShd ... 0 i I „ 0 5 C. P-jtet'-es, iu demand .. . . O 5 0 „ O S 9 Onions, good samples scaroe.. 0 12 0 „ 2 0 0 Hay, oaten, per teu .. — 7 10 0 „ 10 0 0 Ditto, lucerno .. .. . . 4 0 0 5 O U Pigs, {alive) ? 0 J ,i , J (I i Calves .. .. .. .. II iS d H. H 0 Fowls, per couplo .. .. 0 2 ti „ 0 3 G Ducks, ditto .. ... .. U 3 6 „ 0 4 G Gecso, ditto ... .. ... 0 lb' 0 ,, 10 0 Turkeys, ditto . . , . .. 0160,, 1 4 0 Butter, first quality .. . . 0 0 0 „ 0 1 0 Cheese, Coloniiil ?. .. 0 0 5 ;, 0 0 8 Eggs, per dozen, dull.. ... 1 9 0 „ 0 2 U Lard . .. ,. .. 0 0 i. „ 0 O ( JlaiuB,...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. Ppnimiment or Imim;ijk.vcf. — A 1 iwyer driving | through tlio town ot Worcester, »t 'pp'id at a cottage to I inquire, hi- way. Thu Udy of the houfe told b«m h* 1 mn*t ktflp on straight for unm»! time, then tnrn to the right ; but said fh.it *he hermit' wh goi .g to p»«i the to.d h« ninM tak \ and tint il li« w»u d w*ita few i moments t.ill she ooul I her hoi.-« rcadv. nho would j Bliiitv l.im thfl w:tV. »? \V*l! ' * .bib* 'K./l het*er than none — m-ikc ha*t»*.' After j-'£i*ing on five orwix mile*, tbe gnnflem in a«ked if they had not come to the r»ad he mu^t take? 'Ob! yea/' -aul she, *' we havo pa-wed it two orthne miles back, bnt I though' bid eoiupmy was b« tter than none, so I kept you along with rne.' Talk aptek Ciirncn.— 1 14 W»H Lauri, civa me a short, sketch of tho H^rmo'i. Whero wan too textl* ' Oh! I don't know— I htve forffntton it. lint, would you beliovuit, Mi.\ V. wore that horrid bo-met of her* ! 1 couldn't keep my eye* off it all the meeting time. Mis...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. The Hkpudmc op Xcci-cjiatet,. — A difference be tween Prussia an. I the small Republic of Neufehntel has boen gradual! ripening into a -crious question, which, if not put an cud to, may possibly lij»ht up a European war. The whole affair is very Minplc, and to all plain understandings in su.-ceptible o: but one interpretation. Ono hundred and fifty years ap- Prussia contrived, by intriguo or military pressure, to establish a suzerainty ovt r the Canton of Noufchaicl. Thin state of thing* lasted till lbOij, when Napoleon marched a victorious army into Merlin. The Kiizer.«inty in question was be stowed by the conqueror on his general of Division Herthier, and that otlicer excrcisc 1 toe royalties, until tho Contfriiu of Vienna, in reconstructing tho map of Europe, rehtorod Ntulcbatcl to its natural place as a member of the ilclvetie Confederation, und the Can on to all intuits and purposes became independent. In 1818 bo te foolish persons thought prope...

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GREAT FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE IN GLASCOW [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

GREAT FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE IN GLASC0W On Friday morning, about h ilf past two o'clock, fire was discovered issuing from a large, four-storey building, situated bohind the buildings at tho south we«t corner of, Royal Exchange Square, with entrances from the Square nnd Buchanan 'Street, and occupied hy Me-wra Siovunson, Ross, and Co., cotton yarn agints; 'Messrs James IS lack and Co., manuCactnrors and calico-printers: Mr. Jumm. Paul' manufacturer (lato Kwiug, Paul und Co); and Mr. JIu -ray Coubrough, oilk handkerchief and sewed muxliu manufacturer. Tbo premises were almost wholly filled with soft goods of the most infiatntnablo nature. Seven engines wero soon on the spot, aud aftar two hourH incessant labour tha further prozres9 of tho flames wai -chcckod, but not beforo tho entire stoiik of cacli of tho: ?above firm-', Mr. Conbrough excepted, had been com pletely destroyed. But for the strenuous .labours of the firemon tho va'uable property facing Buchanan 8trcet, belonging to Mr. ...

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HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. LAND IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

HOME & FOREIGN EXTRACTS. LAND IN CANADA. Land it as easily obtainable in' Canada ns in any othor 'ilritlsli Colony, lly a I'rovinciftl Act of 1851, since 'which timo no new regulations linvo beon issued, Crown ?lauds arc to bo sold nt a price to bo from time to timo fixed by tho Governor in Council. The prices 'range from Is to 7b lid in Lover Cnnada, and in Upper Canada ir.iu ?Is to 20s per acre, nceording to their situation. In the former tlie purclcisiMnoncy is payable in llvo, nnd iu the lillnr t(-i! vi-.,rx For lniiiU i-tilinmind in vnluo bv siucial circumstances, such extra price may bo fixed as his Ex cellency the Oovcrnor-Genornl in Council may direct. Actual occupation of the Crown lands must be imme diate nud continuous. Seldom more than 200 acres will be sold to nny one person, a certain amonnt of which . must bo cleared by tho settler. Thero are regularly ap pointed Oovernuienunguius in cvory. county, from whom tho fullest information as to tho prico and quality ...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. MAITLAND. PRICES OF FLOUR AND BRAN AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

COMMERCIAL AETD MARKETS. MA1TLAJWJ. ( PitlCES OF FLOUR AND JHIAN AJ1' THE MILLS. Il'or -100 lbs. cash ; if-boskelHs, aildiHomil. 'Firsts. .'Seconds. JSran. ?b. . d. -s. d. s. d. Nicholson's .............. -19 0 ... 17 O 0 0 PortuB's ? ? ? 39 0 .. 17 0 .. 8 '0 Pearcc's- ? 19 0 .. 17 0 .. 0 0 Solomon, Vindin, & Co.'s .. 10 0 .. 17 0 .. 6 Q Turner's ................... ^19 0 .. -17 0 .. -6 0 Raymond Terrace ........ iO 0 17 0 ...6 0 Black Creek ? ? ? .19 0 .. 17 0 ... 6 0 Kingston's, Singleton ,. ..». 39 0 .. 17 0 .. G 0 Mitchell's, Jiunmore ? ? IB 0 ., 13 0 .. 0 0 Kermode's, Dungeg ? ? 0 ... '17 -0 .. -6 0 Darks, Clarence Town ..... 39 0 ... 17 -O .. -C 0 Allen's, Dungog ? ? .19 0 .- 17 0 .. 6 0 Milfiold ? ? ? 18 0 .. 17 0 ... ti 0

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. f We do not identify ourselves with the opinions tzprestetl by our Correspondents .] BUKAD FROM SAWDUST. To the Editor of the Northern Times. ] Sin — An astronomer wns making nn observation through a tob'SCopo — ' What a Tool is that follow,' said a clown to Ills companion, 'ho is no nearer to tha sun than we two.' Th\is, we over fin'it that, just in propor tion to n person's ignorance, will he his readinrns to ridi cule a scientific discovery which pisy bo above his comprehension. A man of ordinary attainments is moro modest ; for experionco lias shown him, that nil tlio won ders of nnturo aro not to he found within tho limits of, his nhilosouhv. Ho finds that, as lie nroorossos. uiinn ti'-ipnted, and to liltn inconipri'liiihsible facts, present thomselvcs; — 'hills pass o'er hills, nnd alps o'or nips nriso,' extending beyond tho contracted sphere of his mental vision. '' A few pniticulnrs which may imprest yonr readers, will shew, how strnngo to tliu ignor...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

MMCKI'lvltN Al'S TJtALIA. : We (the Fin/tlrr) 1uve papers lo the lib instant from Perth. In nolieiiij the licket-of-Iertve sy-lem, the 'Cummrrriah Aric.i remarks thai — ' 1'he criminal populnlion of Eng-' laud has now n haml uf uM iillenders of tlio WackeMt dye; to oiisuiiise lt- rank* a il diiect its nitinu. Veterans in cr'uuo are nou |n-i milled hv the St-ile to train the raw recruits, and u:nke llieni cllieieut soldiers in the unholy cause of nniriler nud rapine. No wonder that society is .convulsed, and'thnt frum nil quarters such nu outcry in raiM-u, niin \ «vi.n iii uAjirubscu. i no only reason we can conccive, wliiuh may lie advanced in favour of tlio perpetuation of the homo ticket-of-leavo system is, tbe utter inability of tile authorities to provide abroad for the felon population of tho country, andoftlds Inability proof will be required. Nothing short of absolutc.com pulsion to retain convicts in conscauoncc of tho abscnco of fitting receptacles abroad, will, 111 the eye...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

?COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE V1CTOU1A. Wi-ll'Iamstqws. — D.ims-G Attempt to Escapb bt this Coxvicrs. — ATTi:urT to Assassinate Mn. Piucb, — Yi-sterdiiy nftornoon, nbont three o'clock, one of iho ra -Ht during nttompts to obtain their liberty wns nmdo hy tho convicts of the penul hoik Suc-coss. for some time the ^rcati'.st insuborjiiiatinn Jim oxislcd among the men known us the ' long-sontenco ' men, and the pationce of tho warders lias been sorely tried. When insubordinate, tho futons lmvo ilnrcd their custodians to punish i hem, and huvo been in tho habit of throwing out. the hut n t that the eyes of the Citizons' Committee were upon them, uwing to &omo complnnits on tho score of provisions, Mr. l'rk-e, the Inapictor'of Penal Etltnblihluncols, visited the hulks yesterday, and in spected the prisoners on the neck of Inad on which thoy arc employed duriug tlvc djiy. Whijc discussing tlicir f;riuvnnces with the Success mon, who were working leavily ironod, in a gang by thonisclvcsfb...

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At the Crown Lands Office Raymond Terrace: COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

At the G'rown Lands Office Rnvmoud Terrace : i COUNTY OP fiMMICKSTKIt. 1,2 1 120 acres, !'? rt Stephens, parish of Sutton 3 70't acres, I'ort .Stephens, parish of Sution 4 010 acres, par'sli of Thornton, nbout r-J miles north east of Raymond Terrace.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 4 April 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Accidint to tiie Mail Steam-ship Oneida.— Af.cr tho fine passages mado by all tho steamers which up to the present timo have roached Sydney, forming a portion of tho European and Australian Royal Mail Steam Company's fleet, It Is much to be regretted that wo havo at no early a period to chronicle a sorious mis fortune which has occurred to tho pioneer of tho lino — the Oneida. This is tho mora to be lamented ns tho .„U.«.i ./t H,o n/u.Mnnf linvn renriorori Ihn I calamity vexatious from tho fact that the Simla had loft King George's Sonnd Ju«tono day beforo the Oneida rtturnoil to that port which rendered it necessary for bor to await tho arrival of tho European. Tho Simla learning no tidings of tho Onoidft at King George's Sonnd, and proceeding on lior voyage without any lcnowlodgo oftho accidont, will leave a loutlicned period opon for apprehension, both in India and England be foro .it s ill be poadblo for the particulars to bo known. Great fears will of cours...

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