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GOLD FIELDS. WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

GOLD FIELDS. WKSTEItN DISTRICT. SoFAf.A. — The finding of a five-ouncc nugget of gold is rather an incidont now-.vdays in this locality. I saw one to-day that was got on Little Oakey. In shape it was something like an eagle ill miniature crouching on a rock. After a dull month or two, such of tho miners as stopped at hotnc have given up grumbling in Bomo mea sure, and have betaken themselves to work with a more steady perseverance than usu'tl. There are perhaps fifty or more doing fairly washing the surface on the mountain which divides the two OaUeyt;, notwithstanding they have a considerable distance to cart the stuff to wash it. Another lot is gone to work in a gill y near Hall's public house, where some of Gorman's and one or two other parties have been doing well 44 on the quiet' for sotne time back. Messrs. Valenti and Mariner are extending their train-way further up Sheep Station Point -They have on thu part that is already finiBhed two trucks era ployed, and the inclination ...

Publication Title: Northern Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. STRANDING OF THE WILLIAM DENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

NifiW ZEALAND. [ BTItANDINO OK TU I! WfTMAM DRNNY. I Tlic -William Denny sailed from Auckland on tho evening of tbo 2nd. Tho day was ensouli' iily a dirty ono throughout— ujhity, with tremendous |diuiipHofmiu. Tbo following day \va«, hero, remarkably Boreno and bountiful, wicli a slight idiower or two. It wxui on the evening ol that day that tho Hteamer unfortunately got atnoro. v- Hon tun tidings reached Auckland, tlio local Hteamer, Wongi NVon-p», was away on tho Rist Ciie t, and tho harbour was unusually bare of-vcidoiH to afford ndiof, supposing a practical planjto havo J»een propu^od, aud the Directors of thoCouipany iu a position to adopt it. Wtfat has houn done amount* to-thin— iho cargo has been got out; part of it Inn been otrried into Mougoaui ; part brought back hero by the Kchoonor Kmily Adison, and tho Wong* Wonga, which last reconveyed tho pas sengorH. wlio liave scoured berths per Moa to sail ah)-ut a w«ek bonce. Tho Wonga has again gono down to tho Denny with the vie...

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The Great Northern Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

Tho Grnat Northern Railway. NEWCASTLE STATION — Down Tiiaims. Mixed 8und»y Pint, Stations. Trains. Trains. Miles. Leavk— a. m.jp.m.j*. m. p.m. 0 Newcastle — Honeysuckle'! 7.80 8- 0 7-30 3- 0 Point ? J . 9J Hexham ? S' 0 3'80, 8- 0 3-SO 10j Mii'lnnl ? 8-24.V.VI 8'24 3 64 MAITi AND STATION — Up Trains. _ Mixed Sunday Dist. SrATloNs. Trai()3 Train„ Miles.1 Lkavk— a.m. p tn. a m. p.m. 0 |M*itland ? 8'4G 410 8-16 4'10 6} iHexlinm ? 9 6 430 9- 5 4-30 'Jfifr lNew.-n.tle ? '9 8fl| 5- 4 9-39 5- 4 Cjre JWjent Circes, 'WOrniNO KXTEMIMTK NOIl SKT IX)VTN AUGHT IN MALICK. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1857

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

f COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. I ; vrcToiuA. M iho monthly mcotmg, of tin.' Mclhouiiie'Agmuiltrtral Club M die Monhunif.Vti Institution on tin? 1 Kt instant, tlio follnwiu^ rctolufionH relative tn tin? hind fjtm timj uoto unanimously agreed tn ' Tlmi, in the opin ion --f this inivt.iiii;, tho uppropihitimi --!' thn public lands for pwito: ul purposes, under ijir system whinh lun hitherto prevailed, Jr. no hinder adapt ?d to (he circuin - statn.vH o! the frolonyor the requirement* nf its popu lation ' ' That ibis meeting disapprove of the n.'Kidu ions preseniwd to tlio l.e^isl.t'iire an the hnsus of a future bind system by the hunoiahle Iho Kurvu^or UtMHirul, hh huiu^ cale.ulati'd tu p rpvtuatc the injustice ofthe piv.-ont system. Int. Heoaus i ihuy itfuoro tin? pi inciplf of competition, -whirli on^ht to re^ululo alt cont raclt; lii'twci'u ihe slate and individuals for tbe nc eupution ol tbe public land*, cither by leiiseur frcehol 'Jinl. Ib-eati'su thi'y propiiHo lo cowinue iud finitely,...

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THE FOUNTAIN OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

THE FOUNTAIN OF CRIME. 'W» make no pretensions to any great degr'.-e of ?anctity, nor do v-e by any means wish to.'^anigh entirely the appetite for ' cakes and ota ' ' — both being very good tilings in their wj- y. The use of wine does nol necessarily prod-j intoxica tion; antl the juice of the grape lu-? , we believe, its uses as well everything.*]' iL-. It is just possible that an this respect som 0 well-meaning persons may be too strait-laced, and thus defeat their own object. Our reformers are too sancti monious — they appeal too much to the reason and not enough to the heart of mankind. ' If the warm life-blood of human rm'.ure beat not beneath the outward form of mora lity and religion, mo rality and religion theimu', vea are but cold and repulsive. ' There ii, doubtless, al/.o a great deal of 'bosh ' in all tl»ij preaching r.»nd lecturing about intem perance. Tho preachers and lecturers do not leel what they enunciate. Many of them are downright hypocrites — painted sepulchre...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. RAILWAY REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. It.\!IAVAY IlKFOUM. (From the Empire.) A public meeting, convened by advertisement, was hold yesterday, Munday, at thu Itoyal Hotel, ' for the purpose of memorialising the Uovcriiment on file ptes ent management ofthe railway, or of taking any other steps to sucuru a reduction of the fares, und such reforms as will lender the line useful aud accorHible to the public at large.'' Owing, probably, to the incoi,venteiieu ofthe hour, there was a very thin attcndanco. Amongst thine present, wero ihe honorable 11. Campbell, Esq., M.I'., Mr. John Campbell, M,l\, Mr. Marker, M.l'., Mr. Oar laud, M.I'., Dr. Salter, See. ;T.io honorable .Robert Umuphell, Ksq., M.l'., was voted to tlic chair. The Chuirmau, iu opening the proceedings, slid, lie considered such a meeting as the present absolutely necessary, in order to bring under the notice of the do-' vcruinout thu serious injury which Ihe railway Hollered, owing to the high rates that wore charged ; aud to ex press, by a p...

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THE BISHOP AND HIS PARISH OF MORPETH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

THE BISHOP AND HIS PARISH 'OF MORPETH. We believe that in the mind of every sincere friend of the Church of England, there will be more or less regret for the ' Difficulty' .(as an American -Editor might not inaptly ter/u it) which has arisen between the Lord Bishop of Newcastle, and the Rev. Mr. Blomfield, — not because tbe publication of such affairs is said to bring scandal on the Church, which is mythically presumed never to have any scandalous thing about it, but because the affair itself has not we think obtained such importance as to constitute it a casus belli on which righteously to marshal parishioners in array against their Bishop. Far indeed ?firom holding that the publication of Epis copal matters injuriously affects the Church ; we believe, that the members of the Church of England, cannot too hi ~hly -priae their right and custom to such publication, contrasted a« it may he with the eustom .of other Churches : it marks the existence of freedom and liberality in the co...

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THE HISTORY Of FATHER MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

THE HISTORY OP FATHER MATHIiW. I (, From tho Timet, 12 th December.) The lifo of ' Father Mnthew ' is strnnjro nnd striking * and ntnoKt partakes of tho chaructor ot' romunce. It has ? Often been snid, by way -of r. pronch against Ireland, that her clorgy are »«ImoHt till clnoeti not from tlic nobles or the lauded gentry or middle ehivu* of lr«dan-i, hit from ' tho loivc'Kt of the peopli?,' and th.-it. her priest) liavo been chosen from tho plough-mil and the nigitve, Hon pvor tliis in iv lie It was nui t!.c with ihu sub ject ot inir inoiniiii. Tliculiutil Mntliov; ivn* ilraivn I'-it trum n wry iim'in t Welsh f.nnlly, ivhom jiolij' i- cirri ii iti -ilu- r rarih nt ' tho priucifiulity to GwuvUiokmI, K 'niit nt t.'ru'ilu.iui, tu iliroct tUvCL'nt from Sir Duviil Matln-iv. Miuhlitr.l-litMi lt ' to Kdn.ii'il IV.. \vl Oic i ii 01 -11 1 11 is it is tn lie sivn in tlic outlii'ilnil .il' 1.1 .iinli-.fi* KiIiiiiiihI MiiiIu'W lii^ -li sit-ii .1 u nt in tho '.ixtli niiKM-.itiiin, II i|'li-Mu'ii...

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THE MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. DR. WOOLLEY'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

THE MAITLAND SCHOOL OF ARTS. DR. WOOLLEY'S -LECTURE. On Thursday last, the inhabitants of Maitland met with a most delightful surprise.. When,. a ?year or two since, a few individuals assembled occasionally in a confined and dimly lighted room, to listen to a lecture or essay hastily composed by business men amidst their cares and troubles, who would have predicted that m so short a tune their humble efforts would meet with so great success — that as by magic a hall of noble design and elegant proportions would be thrown open, and its inaugu ration be perfected by a lecture from Dr. Wooliey, surpassing all our power of praise ? The first impulse of the heartB of those who have-laboured in this good work, and of those who have participated in its results, must be that of thankfulness to Hiin who hath implanted in the mind and bestowed u|-on the hand the desire and power to pass beyond the labyrinth of money - Changing affairs, .and attain to things higher .and purer. The hell was est...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

To the Editor of the Northern Timet. My Dear, Ma. GniTon.— I was *t Dr. W.»o11ov,h lec ture, an«i was of course delighted with his idea of social ties, and all those kind* of things, but kept on thinking — what a del»gl\t ul ball-room ibis place \»oul 1 make I Coul I yau sugg.-vt t«» th»* Commhtee tliat a ImII would be veiy ]deasant — iu fa-'t. some bin r dreadful Is sure to happen to the place if there isn't a house warming. ! Yqui-s, I RUBIN A. | 1 8th April, 1857. J Slcam to Sydney. rn HE AFTERNOON TRIPS will bo RESUMED by ! 1 the Steaoers of the A. S. N. Company fur the ensuing FORTNIGHT, starting DAILY at 2 p.m. precisely. JAMES PATEKSON, Manager. Morpeth, 11th April. 1 8 -r- 7 . 1599 I Hunter River New Steam Navigation Company. NOTICE. ( HE Public ate hereeby informed that the Steamers '? of this Comoanv leaving MORPKTri at 2 o'clock p.m. WILL W.\IT AT NEWCASTLE the arrival of the FOUR r.M. TRAtN from Maitland. TILMOUTH F. DYE, Manager. H. R. N. S.N. Company's Wharf, 1 Market-...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

CHURCH or ENGLAND. To th« Mambtrtof-tht Chuith of EnjUnJ, la ttat Diitrlct of Morpeth. j Mr Dmak OrbthhcN -tn the' Maitland Mercury/* of the *nd :lniUnt, there li an »dvertliment letting forth the particular* of a j meeting of the members of our churth, hetd at Morpeth, on Krl- | -tlay, the S7th of March, The advertisement contains, with other I uocurocQii, a naiemeni read to the meeting by your late clergy, man, the Rev, J, ft. (ilomfleld. it 11 to thU ttatcment( and my remark* upon it, that I now invite ynur attention. Every member of our chuich i every rhtutian must have read that aUtemrnt w|ih pain. It W written In a liltter ipirlt Indeed, .aud written with ao other object, so far at I con co-npreheii-l, hut j»to Intull hW IHihopj Tecklesa of the Injury It m'»ght Inflict upon I *the church and upon you t and blind t ? the dugrace, which even I'lf It were true. It muit bring upon hunivlf I What haa occurred to call forth auch a statement frmn Mr | ni»mfleldr No charge hat bem bro...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Wt do not identify ourtelve. 1 with the opinions expre*ted by our Correspondents .] THE BISHOP AND MR. BLOMFIELD. To the Editor of the Northern Time*. Sib, — Although not belonging to any religious sect, and profe^ing no creed, I take great pleasure in watching the r«$ult from time to time of the po-sesMOa of what i» professedly shown forth t - tho ,\forld as Jiigb Christian wanctity ; but after leading the statement of ibe Rev. Mr. Blomfield as to 'he unjust oppression of hisauperirr — the Bishop of Newcastle, — I must say that tbe answer of tho Bishop reflect! anything but crcdit upon him«elf. The Bishop might easily have contradicted the Ptatc men.t of the rev. gentleman, and with success, calling in the evidence 0/ the different gentletpen who have been consulted jn tbe matter (providing they were entirely free from .episcopal influence), to prove his innocence: but iu^c^d of .this he evades the question entinly, and seeks to screen himself behind the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

IT is particularly requested thnfc nny irregularity in the delivery of tho Northern Timet ho notifiod at tho Office frith ns little delay as possible, in ordor that steps may bo taken to provont a recurronco of tlio annoyance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS, Addresses, Wanted Situations, and Advertise ments under ticcnty leords, only One iS/iillihy. TEllMS yon ADVERTISEMENTS. Twenty worth rmd under, One Shilling i every nrtillrtonnl Ton wordi, Sixpence t Ono Inch* Tlirco Hlrilllngit anil One and filxptfriceTor every Additional Inch or part of nil lucli. of subscription. fclflht Shilling* per Qnfettcr when p*l»l In oQvtfneei imfl Nhtp Shillings If not paid *lihtn FotintRKN D*v» after the com* m*nctment of ^Notice to diawontinno Advcrtiaoraonta must 'be given in writing on tho day previous to publication. Notico. Mil. J. S. PALMTCR in authorisodto Collect Accountn due to ilio Nortueun Tunia. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' #tiifrnl flrmthtg ©ffi«. 17VF.RY dcs«lntion of LETTER-PRESS PR1NTTNO .111 executed vflth -neatness mid despatch. Hook-work, Catalogues, Posters, lllllhoads, Chei|uo Hooks, Circulars, I -aw Forms, I 'rim ]-1UcLh, Show (,'ards, inid every dthor description of plain nnd omamoulnl |irlutiti(t in a style not to be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION*. I Tukdat, Aratt M, 1657* j £3a, JsasMUH L.*daaki On tho ground, Durham. afreets West I Haitian i» at Twelve o'clock, 18 Allotment* of l.atitl. Ali -, 1 on the ground, Writ MaWaud, at Two o'clock* Two Allot' | njentiof Land.

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7TH, 1857. (Before the Chief Justice.) FORCIBLE ENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. (Abridged from the Empire ) Wednesday, ArniL 7tu, 18.17. (Before the Chief Ju*tlce.) ronciDLE kntbt. John Croker and John Salter, who had both been ftrl mitted to bail, surrendered to tako their tr aU upon «n indictment charging thoin with having furciblv and vio lently broken into tho dwellinc-houso of a Mr. James Smi h. Mr. Wise said that on account of tlio absence of rna teri/tl witnesses be would not nroceed with tho tri.il thi« seKS'on. The prisonera' bondsmen being present. fre*h bonds wtro entered into, and the prisoners were released from custody. M t'RIiKlt. Robert Ward, alias Robert Cooper, alias R 'b the law yer. was indicted that he ou the 21) th October. 18Vi. »t Dick * Cnck, did wilfully and maliciously slay an abo riginal Aiiktralian call d Peter. Mr. Blake appt-nr-d for the prisoner. The Sjliciior Gencrdl conducted the ens- for the Crown. At the conclusion of the evidence for the Crown Mr. Blake asked his Honor whether he ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

TASMANIA. I A Scknb in tug Assembly.— W»* travo l » a pn vinue. iMuo M10 rn-ultof a ceb tfe on Mr. ^I-r^^lrhV ui'ition for the au'horicition of a l»%n of »C35,(WO ; nnd wo now borrow from the pin r*j'i-»t r»-o ited, tlm f ?-) iwlng dr »a«U of tho proco^dinirii ; — 'Til* del ntf,' one jonrnul, M b'Jffgin* «ll -1 «? c*» | «f o » for nnd per. mnHtiiiei*. W« will not, -«rtnuipt e*en h hri»f an tl/ i' of it, which indeed, from iin v«ry tit'nro ati-l l(«ntfth would be a tu-«t d fQouIr nnd 11 -pl tvnnr f?i*k. Mr. Chapman lei off th« «»|-(«o*»r i.»n in a Hj-^-:ch of «»?. j hour-*' hn.'tb, in w' i jh iho who'e inMii-ti ri -1 j-n— Krnmmn w»4 Fcvfjrety oriric-ed. O lirr upt k rs fol lowed on both »ide*, nod u'limn'rly tho nioiioii t ? ro i r-t*» 1 C'tmuiit'oo wurt a^Toed in. An Huit-ivlmeitt movo i h\ Mr. ChHpinan 'that the Chnirai'in doloitvo tho oi-Kir/ vr«* o^rrird on division by 13 to 11.'* Tho Mercury observes; — The debate in the Houie of Assembly, on Friday night, has proved to d- mon-t...

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WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

. WESTEEN DISTRICT, ? [?] I 3. uoznnnta yjnxon.«rWa le^rajfroaio RentlomsnJ ; wto basjost rpttirosd frail Sydtjey that. Wr. DooaltUon, 1 coo of thp chiMb)i!tSo£oQr.pfc&Qn.tc^|[p^tis on n'viai to i th«: B!v! tlountilng . nitu blo elde^tooa, oa accotini of a' whoso - health bo w&3 rccoratnsjiied to'scbk iho i % Jrtjre cn^brwing airof th^ moMtaip regipns. It appears f UtU OBlua I» l'» uic iifwu) mivai i lipgo brokedown 0 little beyoud the Weather-board Inn. 5i aid ha conld Bardly 'bava' aeloctcd a more 'avourablo 1 ciaioa for scoingrtbtm In'all thsir glorious impassable | ' Vyjpp-- Oar tofoimnt says that lD Bpoaking oathesub g cct tip. BoaaJdson objortcd that tba reality beggared all -5 ' la iittripiloiia Id bad ever heard. The notabilities of Sydney mtiit Certainly litvvo como pWa^ivnt reminu conces of our roads. A minister pays a vinit to tho mountains, nnd hi* enrria^o is broken dotni by the way. Tho Oovcrnor-(5cncml when on hfn npward journey wnn several times boj^c...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

DISXEI0T IH1ELUOENOE. NEWCA8TLE. ? (From the Emptrt'9 Oorrttporident) The ruin still continues (a (nil at lu{e|yala with us in very heavy showers, and Judging' from the 'amount of fresh in our h$ibo\ir continma olio tip, tho cannery. Tha . quantity of fresh voter t?-et ponra Into tho btsrbonr ot each ebb tida fa prodigies, t^psmtly, displacing all tho ealt aaa diadoloariog tl^a for.ejn^ culcfl ba ?vutsn t.iwoy e. a os cazneicoa sncga sna otbw refuse wet bavo EoeSed dona 'tha river, fcqt 'too' cl&wiy Indicato tbo cSlarectei and eSiei this hsvo todapcj tfeoUada cf tl??i Interior. At' tea iaUntls. and In tie ioua&SUto eioJolty of tbo ri^ binWbtt«eoa bet9 ocd Usymiatl ®ar6(»)-W{i|lSjr ef th0 taoadaUoa of tea colliveted «3ada, sod of crops twin'g tiodsr water to ft eon^tlsvijito es^UnS, aid with iltOa bopa'of their re covorr us the yetflr snbsldoa.fram tbclr long eubmersion and tho probabiocGcpt of a'acorclilng Bttn to wlikh thev ynll bccomo eapofled. Oha mitit oa ths Jsl...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA. We have Melbourne papers to the 6th instant. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 11 April 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. I VICTORIA. We have Melbourne pipers to tho 6th instant. The Age of latest daie speaks of the nrw ministry as con to idatiug its Birength. ' It s-ys, — ' Mr. WoodV elec tion for the Ovens is now regarded aa vn fait accompli. All the opposing cuuoidates havo resigned, and the local plenipotentiaries are in despdr*'' The Hryknue — The Honorable the Treasurer has issued the quarterly returns of Government receipts knd disbursements, and a comparative statement cf the revenue and spec nl funds received during the quarters and year ending 3)st March, 1837, respectively. So far as the revenue at large is concerned, things look very fiatisfactoiy, inasmuch as there is an increase of £282,092 113 s upon the revenue of the year ending 31st March l«8t as compared with that of tho year pieceding. As, hoover, thin advance is m&inly due to the .Custom*' department, and the result of inordinate shipments, it can scarcely be considered an improvement. The export duty...

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