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Government Carette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

?cs— Bin— — am— -&riumtmeat ffiajrttf. 1M I'OUNDINQS. At Murrnrundi, from Warrih ; dfim-igM nud driving le 3d per head Red and white bullock, TJ ov r D uH.«r rump, J noar rihs ; Red and whito c iw, M n«»r ribs. PC toMrrump; Red hoifer oalf, unbrand'jd : Rid bu'l ok, J \V off shoulder, liko hat brand off ribs ; Brown bull 'ck, Mfj ML (both brands conjoined) noa' rib?, J sido^avs ovor II near shoulder, near ear «plit ; U-dsidedciw, AI) near rump ; Strawberry bullock, wt it'iii capital B over 2 noar rump, nn-iil horns; Strawbenry bullock, WN off rump, 3 off riln ; Notice sent to suppoaoj owner ; Red and wbi*»» stoer, near o»r split, unbranded ; Yollow bullock, JT off ri'-H, bru-h off tail : Yellow bullo k. W -«idawnys over H off shonldor; Hlno cow, SE near rump, MHH (thi'IIB conjoiir-d) over BS near rib*; Briudlo stoer, HUH neur rib-, SE near mmp. If not Teloa*ed, will b»» sold on the 2 tr h day of April in*v. At MusHcUhniok. on tho 27th day of M-ireh, 18?V7 — Grey mare, (ir, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

IT is particularly requested that any irregularity in tho delivery of the Northern 'Times bo notified at '-tho Office with ns little delay aa possible, in order that ; steps may be taken to prevent a recurrence of tho ' ?annoyance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. Addresses, Wanted Situation:!, and Adtcrhsc~ Vients under twenty worth, only One S/tilliny. TEI'.MS lOtl APVEIITISEMK.MTS. TwtMy wortii ami under, One fchllHn;?) rvrry addlllon»l Ten uotfit, filrp^ntv; One Inch, Three .Shilling*; ant! One and Sixpence fur every additional inch or purl of an lucli. ti:ums or HUiiHcrtiPTior/. | Unlit ShllJlr^f per Quarter when j».tld In advance; and Nir-' Shilling If not paid within Foinricitii D**» ?flrr the coin* mfnccmtntoj cacli Qvuter. Notico to discontinue Advortiscmontu must be given in writing on the day previous to publication. THE 'SOUTHERN TIMES' General Office. '|7 VERY description of LETTEU-rilESS PRINTING .lid executed v. itli neat nc» h and dfapateh. Rook-work, Cat-.lo^ms, Postern, I'illhc.sdH, Cheque JJoo'.v, Circulars, Law Forms, Pamphlets, Show Curds, find every other do- n1 ptirjti of plum and ornamental printing in a Btylu nut to be excelled b^wiy other Es tablishment. Charges HtricLly moderate. Hlgh-fdrcd, We...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1857. THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

WBDNESDAY, APRLL 8, 1857. THE LAND. ' 'TnEiquestion of the disposal- of the waste lands-ol ' the Crown in this oniony is one- that from its im portance will boar frequent (lisciisdioil. We' make ? no apology therefore for again bringing the siiliji-ct tinder the notice of our readers. On this, more ''tlmn anything else, will he the real ' battle-ground of the future.' It is the M-nlakhofF, the taking of ? which will determine the f;itc of tho Sevastopol of misrule and 'Old Focvisni.' No ministry can by any possibility stand which is opposed to a liberal land-policy. If the Parker Ministry should attempt to sail against the stream of the popular desires in this matter, their tenure of office will he brief indeed after the commencement of the next legislative campaign. -\v e approach- the discussion of this question with : great diffidence. We feel that it is beset with considerable difficulties. We believe, however, that many of the difficulties are .purely imaginary ? and that the s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

BIRTHS. | At Down Park, mi the '4th in&t.mt, ihc wlfe of John ! Mnnn, l'sq . of n daughter i On the *2!)ih Morcli M Newcastle, at thornsidonco of j -hor father. Mr.-fi Kemp, the wife of Kdwardl'arnoll, j K*q., Carrington l?at k, ft f a *un. j M'ARIII AGE. | On the IIKt Miifol., l.t pjm^ImI license, hy the 'Joseph Coopir, Andrew John, eldest son of Ja'no* G. Doyle. Ksq., Mmvkobui V Hiver, to Frnnce», third daughter of Kritnoiwi l)r»vle- Esq., Montrose, Jerry's * Plains '1UKD, On Tuesday, the 7ih of April, nt the residence of his 'brother the Itcv. WillUm M'Intyre, at I'itnacrco, John M'Intyre. Ksq On the 31kL March, from scarlet fever, Louis Cohen, 'a^ed 1 rear amf 9 months, eldest *ou of Mr. Samuel 'Cohen, 'Watt-street, New.uHtlo. AU3TIIACT 01- SALES BY AUCTION. This Day. J)odd3 & Co., nt tlit-ir Sale Yards, East Maitland, at 12 o'clock, 14C.0 Fat wethers. ;Dodds & Co., at iheir Sale 'Yards, EnSt 'MaHland, ftt 1 o'clock, 85 tread of Prime Tat Cattle. Mr. Jkke...

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{To the Editor of the Northern Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

{To the Editor of the Northern Timet.) Sir, — Your leader of the 1st inst has paused quite a sensation in Newcastle ' Have yott seen tho Northern Timet?*' iusteadof the olo-foshionod remark upon the state ofthe weather, is, for the time, the mode in which citizens greet their neighbours, while to all who are known to be subscribers to your paper, applications without number are every hour being made for 14 the I/mo nf thn nnnnr.' aiwl a t*on nil ooiuioii is loudlv ex pressed as being willing to endorse your severe remarks concerning the disgraceful proceedings at the late dinner in honour! of tho Governor's visit t- the city for tho purpose of inaugurating the operations upon the Great Northern Railway. All who are not identified with the reprehensible part of the affair speak in the highest tertus of commendation of the truly hon'St and independent manner in which you have analysed the manner, motives, and proc«edings of some of the would-be orators of Newcastle. Had we always amon...

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(To the Editor of the Northern Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

( To thr. Editor of the Northern Times.) Riu, — If Mr. Bindeii keepB his lojrs much longer it will hea wonder— fourteen charges are made out agaiust him, and on Wednesday next be will be tried. I wonder your bench at Maitland do not protect him. Mr. Keating, J hear, is prosecutor ; Mr. Scott, I sup pose will be judge, and Mr. Bind ui will, do doubt, be agaiu dismissed He must, however, again appeal, and if bis appeal lie granted, and he gets a hearing, I doubt not he will be better off than eviu his accuscrs. Youis, &*c# FAIR PLAY. Wollombi, tith April, 1857.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

SYDUEY INTELUGENCEu Rt rKi3tF. Cocatr, Mcntr w IUy. — His Exce leacy the Govmhioi (suUerii has been ji ews d. uith the advice of the Executive ('otineU, toa(^-oiii't WtUijtra Ker M*Niidi, Esq.. to be Registrar of the Supreme Court tot Moreton Bay. — iioverument UtZrtite. 31ast£H xx Hm !vxc«*1tencr the Goyernor GeiK-ral has lieen pleased, with a ivice of tbe EtecutWo Couiie 1, to appoint George Hibbert Deffelh E»q.« Bar rister-at-Law4 to hi Master in Equity ofthe Supreme Court ofNew Sonih Wales.— Ootiernmeut (JasetU Clstoms. — His Excellency the Governor-General has pleased, wtth tl»e .advice of the Executive Council, to ap point William Cathcart Still, Esq., to be Inspector of Warehouses. — Government Goz:tte. Tuk Late Ma. Kkkokrick Akmanp. — Our obitnary of this morning includes tbe name of Vr. Frederick Annaiid, wlw, after a painful and protracted illness, expired ou Saturday evening. Mr. Armand's name and literary attornments have, for upwards of tha last ten years, heeu familiar...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS, j Th-Fauthoritie8 ot the War department have, we un- j dcrsmnd, determined to increaso tbo force of the com missariat ofiicers on tbo China station ; orders having ; been isaued that a number of persons connected with that branch of tho army should hold themselves in read iness to embark for Hongkong. Italy is again showing signs of life. At the first sit ting of the' Chamber of jDcputies, at Turin, M. Brofftria, the radical leader, announced his int.ntlon o f nddres sing a question to the President of the Council (ouching ihe state of Italy. Count Oavour declared himself wil ling to answ.er if, provided the hon. member wruld w It until nftiT. tbo presentation oftlu* budget of 185H, which w»s agreed to. This will tako from tho motion the as* pet t of n, wnut of confidence in the Ministers. An account of Sir Charles Napier's Baltic Campaign, Proceeding f roiu ihe pen of tho admirul himself is about to be published. The garrison of Novo Archangel, the capital o...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our Correspondent.] To the Editor of the Northern Times. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Hf do not identify Qur*-lvx with the opinions exprctted ! by vur Correspondents.] Tt- the Editor of die Northern Times, 1 Sir,—' The Hunter Kivt r Ne*v Steam Navigation ?Company's Steamers have been up »k m-ual every even ing this .week at or tunrfive o'cl «*k. It does the heatt ?goof I Uy se- such regularity. When these steamers leav« Sydney in the evening, 'hov -tr-- huro by 9 a. in,, as diearly as possible, --h(Kwing de:ii -y that thu boats are so wel a tt|»ted for the wotk wkich they have to perAwm, that they can cross thu tj'its at all times, - -4iini that with i different fro u other vvculs i^t so well suited, n/id not \ iu such goo I older. A genilcmui a pa^sKngM' by one | olrhemtoSy m-y, states that he had Hik misforiune being noi a firxt rat-e »aiJor, to boon Ihelroid of Irs back from 1 1 o'clock a in., when lenvi g Newcastle till 3 o'clock the next morning, when reaching Sydney, nnd that t'o llunLer having Morpeth tho ;i/oe day. at two o'chH-'k, p...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. A young 1 dv, a native of Sydney, being asked if she should like to go to Britain, answered that she should like to see it, but not to live in it. On being pressed for her reason, sh' replied that 'from the gro.it number of bad people sent out from thence, it must surely be a very wicked place to liva iu !' An Honest Man— with a Qualification.— Judge W— , who has be*n for many years a worthy occupant of the Federal Bench in Micldiran, fell into conversation a few days since, in a barbers tdiop, with a plain sub stantial looking, and rather aged stranger, from the neighbourhood of Tecuuiseh. The judge having been formerly well acquainted with that vicinity, took occa sion to ask after certain of its citiaens. ' Von know Mr. B— ', d'» you?'* said tin* Ju Ige ** Very well,'* was thr reply. ' He is quite well, is he?' M Quite well,' wan tho answer. Judg* W ? then remarked, 'Mr. B-»— — is a very fine man ' '* Y-e-s' »ays tlio old far. mer, rather cautiously, °a flue man fo...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The 'Bowlino Saxook West Maitlahd. — On Mon day last during the sitting of the court at West Mait land, Mr. A. Lcvien presented the fallowing communi cation to tho'bench. 'Gentlomon, — I beg respectfnlly to inform you that having ascertained that my ttro appren tices were nightly in thoimbit-of frequenting the bowlinn alloy now established in tho town, I made inquiries end find that not only themselves bnt several other very -rea- pectalilo youths under the age of 10 or 17 are nightly frequenters of that establishment. As I concelvo that not only should I be liable to lose their services as ap prentices If I allowed this, but that the fact of encourag ing lads of euch immature ago In snob places tends considerably to fOBter peculation, gambling bv betting in small sums, drinking Qnd smoking, and is fraught with much danger to tho rising generation. I beg therefore to suggest the propriety of so altering the wi Ik-., nln» r.t .. ? ? I ? youth undor a certain ag - ...

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GARDINER'S CALENDAR.—APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

GARDINER'S CALENDAR.— Arnii.. K.tchsn OanDa* : Plant brocotl. cauliflower. eabhoKci, rtrhs 'lots, celery, lettuces. Sow cart/'fiame^Kai, Icltuces, eamtla, winter outimi, French beans, beet.,' tumlpB/rsdlih. onlona. Clear and thin iptnseh to proper ilUtanees. Iloe the ground nndMcatroy ?vhe weeds rooml cabbage., Ac. Gather seed. In drjr weSther aa they rlp.n 1 auch aa tceka, enlona,' lettuces, enullflofrera. Thin 'turnips regularly, leafing a Atltance between them-of alx or eight ?Inehra, Fm'it O.aoaif i ' If the weather l- moiit. plant oul strawberries 1 ?the row, to be fifteen loc-hrs asunder, and the plants a foot apart In the rows. Exsmlne fmll'trcea, to see that ami and air arc not - vscluited. The vines slmuld 'be looked- over to ace that the branches are not too much shaded 1 ' lake OTT the lateral ahoola. Flo.bh (iARDin: Plant and propagate flbroua rooted-perennial -|tlanu. such aa aouthrrn-wnod, hrart'a.caic, t , A.- c , towarda the end of llila month. Plant bulba- early in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

Notico. IN cnnscqtienco of tho numerous applications for the renting or tlio TEA TREE STATION, near Sinple lon, thn property of G. 15. White, Esq., tenders will ho roecived by tbo undersigned, until the 7th day of April next, from pcrxnus willing to rout tho inid station on LRAKli, with the sheep now running then on ; or, to purchase the sheep cithor with or without tbe leaso of station ; or, to lease the station sepnrntely. W. II. MULLEN, Waitlaml. 20th March, 1857. 1545 SALES BY AUCTION. Salo of Twonty Head of Draught, Saddlo, and Stud Mares, From the Stuck of Alexander Warren, Esq. DODDS fc CO. will sell liy miction, at tho Hale Yaiib, E-'Rt Mniilnnd, without Ihe bast reserve, 011 WEDNESDAY, the 8th Apiil, at Twelve o'clock, A flmt-rato tot, eolisistinir or 20 head of carefully bred fine lin go roomy M A It ICS, udnptod for draught, saddle or stud pur|K-sefi. Dodds & Co. clti'tn the particular ntteutton of liuycrn to this snle. 'J lie Mures are really of a superior cluss ...

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ONE DAY LATER FROM ENGLAND. By the Waverley, tin Melbourne, we have news to 16th January. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

ONE DAY LATER FROM ENGLAND. J By the Waverley, via Melbourne, we have news to 16th January. | LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES, A private telegtaphic despatch from Berne, dated January 14, announces that the National Council have approved unanimously the proposition of libcratinu the Neufrhatel priKoners. The Commission of the States approved it unanimously with tlio exception of one vote. The discussion by tho redcral Assembly had bocu pro rogued till the l£th jusunt. Another account states that the message addressed by the Federal Council to the Federal Assembly contains the reservation that tho insurgents tJiall be sent out of tno ueivectc territory unui tuo omciai concui&iou 01 mo 1 arrangement. Tbe Bame document propose? to suspend tho armament I and to dismiss the troops, an Switzerland need no longer 1 consider herself as in a state of war. I Themes-age announces that ihe Min'utcrfl of Russia J %nd Austria to tho Government of Berne bavecommuni- I catcd to the Federal Co...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE CATTLE JIARKKT. Saturday , March 21. Mr. Charlos Jenkins flnhl ut the following pricos : — Six bullocks, with dray, &c , £78 ; four ditto, with ditto, &c., £15 15s; four ditto, with ditto, £11 ; four ditto, ?with bowls nnd yokes, £40 ; four ditto, with ditto, £42; pairs of bullocks, frmn £10 to £21. Horses, (tc., &c. Tlio market overstocked with bullocks. The market consi ted of 1 02 horned cattle, 2 calves, 14 hor ses, i colts, 11 vehicles, 0 pigs.

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. THE CONVICT OUTBREAK AT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 8 April 1857

COLONIAL INTEIUGENOE, victoiua. T.UE COHVICT .OfTpaEAK AT ITILLIAHSTOWJi. The excitement connected with the fatal tragedy at Williamatowu coutluued till tho departure of the atea^* mer Active precautions were being taken to prevent a rush on the part of tbo prisoners who were in a state of thorough insubordination. Tho Araus. of Tuesday, states— ' William«town has j been all day in a State of continued excitement. The | conviota havo not been allowe# to land since the occur V . rence, and, under the impression tbot thoy are sym^a \\tblsed frith oqtsldo, are in a condition of complete in* 1 Wub irdination, Ou board tho Preiidont, and ttesucceas \ the el&ccrs daro nut go hetireea deck*, and two have sent : )jx their resignations. Four hundred rounds of balNcar fridge wore carved out to the volnnteorp, and tbo shoro ' gu$xd and poltoa were kept nnder arms. The prisoners havo threatened to make & general rush, and the conse quences of their attempt- may easity bo foresee...

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NEW PARIS FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

NEW PARIS FASHIONS. '(From ihe Sinclutor,' December li) Among tho important itoms of nowa form the Conti nent iri one that vrill flutter many a dovecot; tho hoop aud all it* coiigonors are to he abolished, and tho bon net iii bo far to he developod that it will once more co ver tho bond ! Dressmakers will welcomo changca which are good for trade ; hut theso tiro cbangcs thnt many othero might welcome besides droMitiakerH. Not that our boon had ever exouuded to itn full proportions, or that the bonnet in diHappoarhig had overtaken the pro portions of a great enormity1. It had iudeed degenera ted to a collar. Tbe 'doctor's boy,' who is tbe PaMquin/d Punch , might Hare istically havo exclaimod while pnss: »g tbe fair sUvo of fashion, an il be wero reading the dvti nition from some dictionary of Honuet/' a coveting lor the held'; aud the nhomceof coveiing m' /it bo incon veuiont iu our wet and windy clima'*', but that matters little iu tbi-jo days of umbrellas and curriages. Jl the fair...

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LADIES' COLUMN. THE SKELETON OF CRINOLINE. Lines sent to a Young Lady, together with a Japan Squelette. BY A WRETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

LADIES' COLUMN. THE SKELETON OF CRINOLINE. Lines -Bent to a Young Lady, together with a-Japon Squeletto. » v a w II K TClt, Tlpnk, thftt pre«otit v;hen thou weflrest, Fa, la Iii ! Not on me—if uught thou cstrcst ? For tho giver, lody fairest, ' Lai, In, la ! Think of'wlmt thou Inlet about thee, To cxnaud tlieo and spread out thee, There s a skeleton without thee, ila, hn, ha ! :Think of this when thou art dnnclng, Fal, la, la 1 WUh some tritler, him entrancing, V/hei'o thu chandeliers are glancing, 1,h, la, la 1 ' Think, too, whikt soft gallants spin tllco Silken yarns, in liopo to win thee, Thoro'B a skeleton within thco. Ha, ha, ha 1 Then thin gift, for all its lightness, Kill, In, la T Warn then will, arrayed in brightness, Not to lace with too much tightness, La, hi, la ! Thnt thy waist may be a wonder, Not to squeeze It half asunder, Crushing so tho bones thereunder, Ha, ha, ha I Whilst this garment, wide of mensuro, Fa, la, la ! In tho world of mirth atid pleasure, Shall cncom...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

tSoUcrnmem ©ioettr. 1MPOUNDING8. At Morpeth, on the 21th March, 1857, from Berrv * Park, bv order of John Christian, Knq. — liay colt, u near shoulder, 2)carsold, 12 hand* high ; bay mare, i JMI) under mane oil hide, b years oM. 14 bunds high ; ono brown filly loul, large white star/orehcudl at foot 3 mouth* old } damages Is .'!d each. If not released by the 17th April, they will be sold. On rbo Jiuth March, by Thomas Weaver : — J Jay mate, r,j(; conjoined under saddle all' 7 years old, M hamh; high ; grey horse, ^ over V oil' shoulder, 7 years old, 1 4 htmds hlf'h ; (la in. iges Jid. each. If not released by tbe 2)Jrd April, they will bo sold. At \leirhva, on thu lf-tb Of March, 1857, from Brind- j ley Park,; damage^ and driyhi ? ?Ii per heal:— Dark | bay gelding, HY on near shoulder, ^ ovoi M with '.JH j under oil' shoulder, scar on oil' side neck ; dark bay male, d R near shoulder ; ehesnnt horse foal, unblended. If not released, will be sold on 2i-rd April At tbe Village of Peel...

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