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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDANCE. Our columns [?] writers who refrain from [?] language or perso[?] not responsible for [?] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

0RIQIÑ|O|KsP0NDRN0Eé' Our cctumnt.ti - VI writer» tcho refrain jin. ;\e Vf ?'<£' mit language or pim . ¿ I not reipcnsiblt for [nd ü. Examiner. not as yet seen V inserted in your Jj by your cor rcspondum.*!) v-fluiioià*^) again claim your courtesy to insert a few lines from ¿sy pen. Inpartiality, which every leader of the i'ublic Tress should pos- sess, will deter you, I believe, from ex- cluding both wy letters from your columns, however your fancied interests may oppose. Your courteous corres- pondent gives me thc lie direct, and accuses mc of intended misrepresenta- tion with respect to tho 40 ounce nugget. I should have been inclined to treat such paltry abuse with silent contempt, but for thc weight that ar- ticles' 'inserted in' your columns I nm . sure have with thc public. Now for explanation. Before I wrote to you about tho nugget, the nccount of it was in every one's mouth. I went to thc ? reputed finder,-who told mc that-it was I a fact, and that -if I would go...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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TOOLOOM DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

TOOLOOM DIGGINGS. WE learn from Mr. Surveyor Roberta of thc furtL-er development of thia gold, field by (he discovery of valuable depo- sits on a small creek on thc west bank of (he Clarence, about eighteen miles 'south-westerly from the former diggings on Tooloom Creek, and about three mi/es north of Emu Creek. Alccndy about 300 men were at work, and ex- pressed themselves fully satisfied. The great difficulty, want of water, had been removed by heavy nnd continuous rahm. Mr; Roberts devoted connider ablc attention to the rood, which he considera may bc much improved nnd shortened by a comparatively trifling outlay. At present lie estimates the ^distance from Ipswich at 105 miles, 1 Aid^considcrs that this may be reduced , ^*«lpn. The road to the new rush toloora is very difficult, nnd im ' jillie for dray«. Moat of tho mm ? \ there have had to. convey their rations on their backs ; pack-horses would answer the purpose, but there is a de- ficiency of these animals. Mr. Roberts Í3 o...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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To the Editor of the C. & R. Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

To the Editor of the C. &. R. Examiner. Sin,-I beg through the medium of your paper to say a few words in reply to " Grafton's " letter in your issue of the 25th regarding the Roads. In doing so I labour under a great disadvantage; being avowedly an inte- rested party, " blinded and corrupted by interested motives," and therefore looking, as it were, through a stained glass, while " Grafton," being quite disinterested, is able to view the matter calmly through the spectacles of phi- losophy and philanthropy. First of nil I have to tender "Graf- ton " my sincere thanks for endeavour- ing to enlighten my " most lamentable ignorance " regarding thc new linc. I was quite well aware of that road having been surveyed and reported upon by Mr. Surveyor Greases, arid although I by no means wish to say that that gentleman's report was biassed by interested motives, still I maintain that any one speculating in land in and around Grafton, and therefore having a local interest, is not a ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

THE EDUCATION QUESTION. THE hope that the vexed question of Education would he brought to some amicable arrangementunder theCowPEn Ministry has by the late vote been sig- nally blighted. In a House composed of Members all more or less pledged to do something in the matter, 57 to 8 is the ratio of support awarded to the attempt made by the late Minister. . M.i-8tt£V''¿u?í£^^ thc 13Í11 proposed is cither vicious in principle, or that its adoption would in- jure rather than benefit the cause of education in thc Colony. As there is no chance of its being brought forward, at least at present, it is too late to discuss its merits, or to point out thc advantages which.it would liave held out to the Colony if it had become law, yet in chanting its requiem it may not be out of place to record some of thc many good things which the operations of thc " Minutes in Coun- cil" have accomplished in the old country,-a country by no means less jealous of its rights and liberties than any of its offs...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVAL. November G-Fcnolla, (s.), 170 tons, Captain Creer, from Sydney, November 2. Passengers Messrs. Masou, Jones, Walcott, llonfrey, Larson, Clark, Stonehill, Brown, Yindin, Mrs. Thorley, and DO in the steerage.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

GRAFTON BECEIYIM STORE DAVIES & HORTON, GENERAL COMMISSION, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENTS. IN This Department of their business, DAVIES & HORTON offer in- creased facility, extensive alterations have recently been made both to their Wharf and Stores, which together with the service of an experienced Accoun- tant and Shipping Clerk, &c, will en- sure that promptness and attention so necessary for the interests of all parties. MVIESTIORTON, GRAFTON STORES, ADJOINING THEIR WHARF AND RECEIVING STORE. DAVIES & HORTON make it their constant study to keep a well as- sorted STOCK of WINE, SPIRITS nnd GENERAL MERCHANDISE, to meet the requirements of their nu- merous friends and supporters j they trust that with unremittcd attention and strictly moderate prices, to still deserve thc patronage hitherto so liberally be- stowed upon their endeavours. DAVIES & HORTON, PURCHASERS of all kinds of PRO . DUCE, or liberal advances made . on the same. DAVIES &am...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

BE PART URE. November 1-Grafton, (3.), 210 tons, Captain Quayle, for Sydney.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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VICTORIA. [From the Herald's Telegraph,Oct.24.] Saturday, 9 a.m. GREAT DEFEAT OF THE O'SHANASSY MINISTRY ON THE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

VICTORIA. [Prom tile Herald's Telegraphed. 24.] . Saturday, 9 a.m. GREAT DEFEAT OF THE O'SHA- NASSY MINISTRY . ON " THE ADDRESS. For- thc ad'lîèss. 17 For thc amendment ...... 56 »?'; I .The House meets at two o'clock to receive'tlie announcement of thc Y«jg|p§ nation. simr There is great excitement and intense disgust at O'shanassy reading a batch of private tclegrapis about the Admella case, obtained from thc telegraph depart- ment ; also, great indignation against Dr. Evans, who acted as a spy in thc matters which will explode to-day. Saturday Afternoon. The House met at two o'clock. Mr. King moved for leave to bring in a bill to. secure secrecy in the tele- graph department. Mr. Michie moved for a copy ofy-~hc opinion of the Attorney-General lintier which private telegrams had been given up. Mr. O'shanassy announced that he hud tendered his resignation, and that J Mr. Nicholson had undertaken the task of forming a new Ministry. . Thc indignation felt outside the House at the con...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

Thc Fenelia left Sydney nt 9 p.m. on Wed- nesday, nnd Newcastle nt 10 n.m. on Thursday. Sighted tho Grafton oil' Newcastle ; arrived oil' tho Har at 8 p.m. on Friday ; crossed tho Bar nt 5 a.m. on Saturday, and arrived at Cowan's Wharf at 12'15 p.m." Experienced strong head winds tho wholo of tho pas»agc.

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DBPAHTITRKS Fiiosr GIÎAFTON. To Casino, io., Sunday, and Wednesday, at G A.M. To Queensland, via Casino, Sunday, at G A.M. To Armidale, Wednesday, nt 8 A.sr. To Tnbulnin, Wednesday, at ft A.M. To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning' AnurVAi.s AT'ORAFTON. From Casino, ic, Tuesday and Saturday, nt 6 P.M. From Queensland, vin Casino, Saturday, nt G r.M. ' From Armidale, Monday, at G r.M. From Tabulam, Tuesday, at 3 P.M. From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Gr.oitoi: TOMBS, M'Lr.ou's CHEEK, PAUIFIET-D. -South Australia nu<l "Western Australia arc dc parata and independent colonies. Adelaida is the capital city of South Australia, and is some hundreds of miles distant from Western Austra- lia. South Australia possesses responsible Go- vernment, whilst Western Australia is ruled by an irresponsible Council, appointed by tho Go- vernor for tho timo being, and is the only recep- tacle for convicts in all tho broad Australias. THC LATE TBIAL, AND oint REMARKS.-"A Lover of Justice" is informed that wo cannot insert his communication. Any matter affecting tho community nt large, cither politically or morally, is fair subject for comment, but we will not permit tho " byegonos " of any of tho settlers to bo laid baro, in order to pander to tho vile spirit of scandal which pervades, more or less, mo-t small communities. So long ns wc deem any procedings injurious to tho public weal, so long wo Bhall denomino them, b...

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FRIENDLY ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

FRIENDLY ISLANDS. ~ THE following statements have been furnished ns to occurrences at. rim "7i.ùn.fc wi,;.,.;-"" -/./l.ethrcfcc;«^ I Archipelago. " We have heard that a cutter, thc Jane, Captain Durang, under French colours, from Tahiti, has been wrecked off Ona at the Haabais, and that thc Captain has laid a claim to some hundreds of dollars against thc Ilnabai natives. "The particulars arc ns fol- lows :-The cutter sailed on a Friday last month front Lifuka, intending to come on to Tonga. There was on board of her the master, one white man, and a female passenger-three souls in all. Tlicy came as far as Ona, but taking thc wrong channel, and it being dark, thc vessel went ashore. In the morning some natives caine on board mid assisted a little to get the vessel oft", but eventually they went on shore, leaving her still upon the rocks with all on bonrd, and with nothing«to eat Thc next dny being Sunday, tile natives did not come off until thc afternoon. The captain begged to he tak...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

NATIONAL CIRCUS.-On Saturday evening last Pablo Panqué, the justly renowned tight rope dancer, appeared for the first time before the public of Grafton, together with Mr. and Mrs. Murray and Professor Bird, tyjhlo Pnnque's merits have been too \\ng and publicly known to require any com- ment at our hands, but we nevertheless must bear our testimony to his " abili- ties, as the best performer on the tight rope we ever had the pleasure of sc'ijmg either in this colony or in the mother country. With regard to the per- formances of Mr. and Mrs. Murray » and Professor Bird, we can assure pur friends they must be witnessed to; be fully appreciated, a3 also the "world famed tricks of the horse Wellington ; and we would strongly advise the in- habitants of Grafton and its vicinity', if they desire a ' good and innocsnt evening's amusement, to take .the op- portunity now afforded them by paying . the National Circus a visit. Thc Bench of Magistrates have made arrangements for holding the Sma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

Siîçerior, Silver ILsvsr Watches. WILLIAM SOUTIIION lins on Salo ntl invoice of Superior Silver Lsv jr Wiitchep, nt from iii is. to JE5 5s. codi. "Warranted for two yearj. 220 £2 Ksward. LOST nt Tabulam, in hobbles, n light clieinut lui".?, silver mano nm! tail, about 15-J handb hig'.i, brand jd E on 'ho shoulder, has a white spot on t'.ie n-ck n:ar ."ide. Any parly returning t ie Miine to M'.\ Cuthbert, Grafton, Kr. Jordan, Innkeeper, Tabulam, or th: undersigned, will rc* cjivo the above reward. HENRY P. ABBOTT. Tenlerlbl:!, 11th October, 1S39, 202 ' £o REWARD. LOST n-om- tho Double Swamp,-Ono BAY HO IKE, two hind feit white, 6lar in fun head, branded E G oil' shoulder ; one 13 AY MABU, b'nnded V oil' shoulder, hind IVtlock much swollen.«nd lama from kicking. Any onu bringing tho pairie to nio will ivoeive tho nbove.. reward, or if only oñ£ £ii 10.«. l ewhrd will be' pa'd. . 2J3 ' JAMES OliEOOr.Y. "Di.'-jv A TiT). . . Ï j O tj t . Í AHAT FILLY, branded C VT on thc near rhoulder, ri...

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EUROPEAN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

EJUKOPKAIV I5X.TR A CTS. OUR readers are already nwarc thnt another trial is to bc made lo span tho Atlantic Ocean hy a new- telegraph compnny, with a guarantee from Go- vernment. Guided by experience, they intend to usc thc lightest and at thc Rame time strongest form of cable; and if the Great Eastern should become nvnilablr b»forc thc autumnal çqninox sets in, a new trial may be made with reasonable chance of success. A sug- 1 gestion has hten thrown out, that if the cable were sunk but a few feet below the surface, ' and there suspended by elastic spiral buoys, it would answer its purpose better, and bc more easy of re- pair and recovery, than when sunk at the very bottom of thc ocean. Wc may inquire, in reply, whether such a cable would resist un Atlantic storm or a floating iceberg ? On . the other hand, Lieut. Maury, of the National Obser vatory, "Washington, show that there are the best of ali reasons for sinking . the cable to the bottom, because once' at rest on the bottom...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

LONDON WOOL REPORT. .* Tun following is Messrs. Clmrlcs Ja- comb nnd Son's report of thc London Produce- Market : London, August 18. The public sales of Colonial wool, which commenced on thc 21st July, will tinnily close on the 30th or 31st instant. The arrivals in time for thc sale were 25,.r$S(> bales Australian 23,800 ditto Victoria 9,274 ditto Tasmania 7,827 ditto Adelaide 21 ditto Swan Uiver 8,802 ditto New Zealand 15,087 ditto Cape Good Hope. i 00,320 j 4,500 bales held over from May. ffi.820 The close of hostilities in Italy hav- ing calmed the apprehensions at one time entertained that the area of the war would extend has revived the de- mand for yarns for continental con- sumption, and further stimulated thc remarkable activity which had for some months existed in the. manufacturing districts of this country. The con- tinued low value of money-the pros- pect of a satisfactory ingathering of the harvest, and the probability of a ge- neral reduction of armaments to a peace...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

Clarence nú ]íuí¿\mú femínea TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1859. WE trust our readers will feel satisfied with our efforts to increase the size and appearance of thc EXAMINER, the first number of which is published this day. We shall now bc enabled to issue full and detailed reports on all subjects -whether Colonial or European-hav I ing any interest for the public of these districts. A good commercial com- pendium, and all agricultural news bearing upon thc well-being of thc farming community, will be found in our columns, mid it shall be our study to.make known tl>" ?"....-...i, ot tins magín ticen t portion ot JNew South AVales. At the same time, wc trust to receive from our country friends reports upon all subjects of a local or general nature occurring under their observation. Heartily grateful to thc numerous gentlemen who have watched and aided our progress, and to the public gene- rally, wc trust still further to secure the best wishes of all, by continuing to zealously advocate, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

. THE ISEN SE OICHMQHD EKAFJllfJER is punLisuED RERY TUESDAY MORNING, ? GRAFTON, and is forwarded to nil , parta- of Australia, New Zealand, Great I britain, India, Cupo of Good Hope, and British Dominion». j A ilEDIUH FOB ADVERTISERS j . . It will bs found. ? UAL TO. ANY- NEWSPAPER ! IN- THE COLONIES; j And as it onjoys ail. ÍMEiMSE; CI R CUL ATI O N ng tho.Biggera, storekeepers und merchant» ba enabled most advantageously to circuíate j lists of Goods for sale in the midst of those aro tho greatest consumeras ' TERMS OP Suii'scniPTioN ; ; Per Quarter, in advance.Os. Od. Per Quarter, credit. 7s. Gd. io number,- SijcrEXon.. Tho Quarters tcrmi ou tho 31st March, 30th June, 30th Sop- or, and ¡list December, nt tr hi h pt ¡oils can -'resignations"ba nerved. No orders ithdrawil will, be attended to unless given Kting. - Now Subjuribers will bo .charged tho dots of commencing their subscriptions. TERMS or ADVERTISING : ?our lines and under. 2s. Gd. 'Sight lines.;. 4s. Od. îvery additiona...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

By the following paragraph we may expect thc. new " wonder of the world "-the Great Eastern-in our harbour early next year:-" A private letter received by thc last mail states that Messrs. Peto and Co. have several first-rate working men with their families ready to start for Sydney, in order to cany on thc works. They .were only awaiting tho arrival of the mail with the final acceptance of the contract. The Great Eastern was to be ready for sea in August, and it was in contemplation to charter her to bring out railway plant and labourers to Australia, to sail in November." Sydney Paper. ANTIDOTE TO THE POISON ol' SEU I'ENTs.-Professor Brainard, of thc Medical College of Chicago, United States, presented a memorial 3 th. Academy of Science nt Paris in Febru- ary, 1854, in which he indicates the solutions of iodine as antidotes to cu- rare. His treatment for bites consists in npplyinglf*.«;tt cupping - glass to the woufttlvimmcdintcly, for thc purpose of preventing the poison enterin...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

QUEENSLAND. . HAIL STOHM.-At noon, on Thursday, Brisbane was visited by a terrific hail storm, which lasted fully,.half an hour. Many of thc hail stones which fell were five or six inches in circumference, and the damage done to the gardens is re- ported as very great. A large number ofsfprnes of glass were broken by the force of the hail, as many as thirty in the Courier premises being thus de- stroyed. The appearance of the streets, for a short time after the storm, was as if snow had fallen. Almost every house in the city has lind windows broken, and in some eases the storm inflicted greater havoe in window breakage than that we have recorded of our own office. Mr. Skyring, who owns the garden on the hill top, near Dr. Fullerton's, ap- pears to have been the greatest sufferer through the storm. All the vines were beaten down, and liml)3 as large as a finger were cut in twain. Titree or four thousand young pines were de- stroyed by being struck with the hail, in many instances thc...

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