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SYDNEY. CAMPBELL AND RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
SYD NEY. 'CAMP'BSLL AND BÙSSRI.L** PRÓ'DUOI? CIRCULAR , Flour, £22 to £27 p r ton ; Wheat, 10s. to lin. per t-iisfcel ; fir in, ls. 6ci t to ls. 9fl. ; Maize, 3«. 31. ; HarUy, É .gUst». 2* 6 i. to 3*,. 'do. Gip-;, 2. 6d. to 2MVÖ 1. ; Ha\, luwrne, ¿4 to £4 JO«. |)PI ".n; d >. «attn, &4 to £6 ; Po¡a Joes, £4 to £4 10« ; Butter, 2s pr lb. ; Cheese. 7d. to yd. ; (ihcon. 101 >&lt;> 1«. ; Ptg«, 4 i. to 6d ^it-r.lb. ; Calves, I'S-, io (>Oa. tath : lüden, 8«. ,t ! 16s, eat'*; ; Horn-', %5s. to 30J. per 100 ; Hhrep«ki"B, 61., ...Jo 7|'1. ^> Wholesale Pro-nice »*h&lt;l B'tttijr fltor»«. .fe, Subsek atioet, (Sydney, Juiy 13 h, 1859. i* Mt.
MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE NEW* LEGrIdJL.alTVE ASSEMBLY. Argyle.T. A Mnrray Buhurst.X. F. Clements Braidwood ........ F. A. Cooper Bris >ane. .. J. Kicnnrobon The Bogati ..._G.W. E-rd . .v./ (lamoen. Vf.'S \\ iii and J,. Oxley Canterbury F.'Fmor! and S. Lyons . Carcoar. tW..R¿ Wau Cernrai Cumberland A'ftinson and Laycock Clarence.. ;.., ... Clark Irving EJen ..:'.-.. D Egan Goulburn. W. Houris GÍebe,. John Cmnpbell Gold Fields, West R. Wisdom " N nh J. Hopkins tíuu.h J. B Wilhi.n Gwydir .... . R. L. Jenkins Hawkesbury J. B. Darvall ami W. R. Pidlingron. Tha Hunter ...... li Jones Hume....'..A$* »*r H f -ley. H R .tton Hastings . H. Fiett Ipswich...:. A. .Vlai-Alistfi Illawarra .J L. Hargrave Kiama J. Gr/ty L ichîàn.......... N P. Rvan L*icühardt . W. H. Walsh Lower H linter.... W. Winoev^r Mai 4'iarie, East .. W. CiimmirfiS ,, . " W. M., Sut tor . we«t.': J WPlulaiuy Maitland; East, ; J; Chambers' vionaro ...:.;.... A. Hamilton " .WVst .. E. C. Wet kt à Moreton, E^t .... R Oribb " *...
SYMPATHY OF THE HUNGARIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
SYvïrMTRV Ó¿" THE IIU^OA Ti T Afr*. Th« Hu' RAriau »xiii- huariiis Dy ine trouble's ñ> 184& - prumpr'y 'aktn »'ivnn-nne o' he Htat'e.ot a'fiúit, for the purple of en dt-iTÓurin1^ to improve ;he'occasion. In th.« Öi'rritire \UrcmtUa of d-erioa th^re appeals H pun laina ion from the fxilef» addrt-wsed tb stiili of tluir countrymen as arf still living un 'et tho dominions of Austria. The document is wHl caleUlaied to ii. Aim* the mind of the Hung triads, and ro detach them 'io n ah ulletiiaue which in bur forced and distas &lt; fu'. The following is a cd|.»y of thc proolím ifion . - , " M*gyr* !. thp T'aliatis arr? vour b others. Recolijo. 13'l9. Wien rhe iWditioin Uovern ¡ ment,, hor\tiiiist&lt;''hding i » difficulties, F-X iTtrted u friendly hand to you, ihw only ot e offered vb \&lt;nt in all, Europe. Austria, hy a tr'oussñ'l, prntnis^i, will perk to induce you to fight for ht-r; but do hot forget that Italy it» tightinK fur her iiiilfpunda^w, and ...
Our Diggings. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Poverty Point Diggings, July 18th, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
[FROM otra OWN COÍUHESFONDENT ] Poverty Point Diggings, July I8lh, 1859. Thé Tooloom diggings have turned out very unsatisfactory to the great number of miners who rushed there. They return to the Timbarra daily in forties and fifties, and those old diggings have now been more appreciated than ever, and they yield a golden harvest td the industrious and steady miner. Mr. Austin, the agent of the Bank of Ñew South Wales, sent via Armidale and Maitland 2200 ounces and private persons 400, making a total of 2600 ounces. Two or three days after- wards Captain Scott and the new escort arr rived and nearly 1200 ounces were sent do\vri tri (Grafton by the new line of road to meet the " Grafton'' steamer; By the next escort we expect to send away a larger quantity still. Mr. Emmett, the Commissioner, has been succêstful enough to adjudicate satis- factorily upon all the conflicting claims here. He has also' issued notice prohi- biting the opening of stores and public houses ori the Sabbath ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
THE German Club on the Clarence River. A GENERAL MEETING will be held at the " Blacksmith's Armt." - Mr. Pate's Hotel - on Saturday next, the 30th of July, at half past 7 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a Medical Officer for the Club. German members as well as members of ho- nour of the English language are earnemly re- &nbsp; &nbsp; quested to attend. &nbsp; &nbsp; 90 DIRECTORS, on the Clarence River. jp It OS P ECT U S OV TUB G RJFTÖN EXPERIMENTAL Sugar Association PROVISIONAL C'OMMtTTEB i i EV. V R. SEIiWVM ! C. li. 11ND \LL, ïsa., J.P. ! W. KOB'-RCSON, J Mfc. .i:P. A ti\ Díír», m., Wu. H H. ÜLMon. Wa. J. It. ELLIOTT Ma. W. A. B. OttKAViCH. M«. « . V RV. I Mi J. P,? .NZ Bit. '' HOM'S RAUPEN. MB. J. «, CHAPAÍAN. JV ». A. II Y nv, . . / . . UBÀSUttER i EENRT CUXHBBBf. r>,A Jo.hr tTocn TASK, i'SÀPTON. _ . SÉCÜFJTA.11 Y, pro teni Mi JAMES PAUGiUnoV. TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE DÍ8 . -\%ICT OF THE CL, AR RN GB GENTLEMAN; The above Committee desire...
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. To Casino, Moreton Bay, &c., Sundays and &nbsp; &nbsp; Wednesdays, at 6 A.M. &nbsp; &nbsp; To Armidale, Wednesdays, at 8 A. M. To Tabulam, Wednesdays, at 9 A. M. &nbsp; To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning. &nbsp; ARRIVALS AT GRAFTON. From Casino, Moreton Bay, &c., Tuesday and Saturday, at 6 P. M. From Armidale, Monday, at 6 P.M. &nbsp; &nbsp; From Tabulam, Tuesday, at 3 P. M. &nbsp; From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday after-//noon. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
V.R.//THE Gold Receiver at Grafton begs to call attention to the following Regula- &nbsp; tions dated the Treasury, New South Wales, 23rd April, 1857, referring to the transmission of Gold Dust or Cash by Escort to and from &nbsp; the Mint, to take effect from 1st May, 1857, published for general information:― &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 1. Gold intended to he transmitted to Sydney &nbsp; &nbsp; by Escort should be deposited with the Gold Receiver of the district, who must be informed &nbsp; of the name of the consignee or person in Syd- &nbsp; ney to whom the gold is to be delivered. 2. If the gold is to be transmitted for conver- sion into coin, or for purchase at the Mint, it must be consigned to the care of the Deputy &nbsp; "Master," and the Gold Receiver must be in- formed if the "proceeds are required without &nbsp; delay," or "after the dust has been converted into coin;" also, how they are to b...
SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
, SWITZERLAND. General Bufour, wrn> nan bf en appointe Commander-in-Chief of the troops, whi--.ii tb Swisi Onnfeneration may eventually call on »vaa w niter! upon recently by a deputation o o Iii eera to coi-gratnlatft him. Nearly all tho Italiana in Lindon have take their d'V'är'üre for the theatre of .var. T»eR»d öea Telegraph has been successfull laid. The Prince of Wales, han br>eii jonalled t England by tel» graphic despatch. Hi» Roys HiKhneap, in accordance with instruction re eeived, will return home vin Gibraltar. JÍittera have assumed aver.y furious appear ance in Mexico ^Therp ÍB talk of an Énglinl bombardment of Vera Oma. The mails from the Pacifii report the des truiùon by earthquake of the important ni-; of Quito, The t.amage ia esttinattd at th rei rnillonp dollars, and the dr atna are ¿aid t&lt; amount to lee» than 5000. The Courrier de Marseille mentions aa aproo of Anama beinq; greatly m want of funda, ilia the Emperor Pranciß JneepX has caused th« cro...
SYDNEY. Latest by Tell-a cram. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
S Y I) N E V. Latest by Tell-á cràm. At 2 59 this uinn. vg, via V^t Solitary Isles, we reu ived the imp' rtanr. in'elhgi ree of the down'ail of the Cowper Aduiinis'rotion. His Excellency imuiediaiely st-nt for Mr Plunkett, and at 12 2 thai rfentfetnan, "r ad tucteded in forming a tnir-istty. The following apptiint mi»ntp are fo be -J z 'ed ': - Juhii Hu tri P nr.k»*i.'. Premier. » Jaunts Marlin, A"orne Geutra). J hn Meru y T)e&lt; iehv. S IMCJ ; r (J«>herál, William Poistir, 'Minster f r Lanilo and W,.rks. . H-nry Parkes, TreBMinr. We mink the wires o¡usr have commited n slight mistake. Wy have yet io know that Mr. D niehy has h-en returner); ''hough it i» probable that one nfth&lt;> bulook sloging elec- torates towards Port Essington may have done .thethiselveH honour'by »HMO "iog that very un H86mniugi amiable joui g m ¡ti to ihn Sydney Parliament No one bau object to the gentle- man appointed io control t)-.e financial affairs of the colony. Mr Parkes is so ...
CLARENCE AND RICHMOND Examiner. TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
CLARENCE AND RICHMOND &nbsp; Examiner. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1859. WAR has commenced, and a sanguinary struggle is now raging in Europe. Aus- tria, compelled by her position to take the initiative, threw away the scabbard, de- clared war against Sardinia, and at once entered the Piedmontese territories. As &nbsp; soon as the electric wire carried this in- &nbsp; formation to Paris, NAPOLEON took sides with Sardinia and declared war against Austria. 200 000 French troops marched day and night for the theatre of conflict, and transports had conveyed large masses to Genoa. Sardinia has an army of 150,000 men in the field—Austria nearly &nbsp; &nbsp; double that number converging towards &nbsp; Piedmont. Everything indícates a ter- rible conflict, and no man can predict the result. All Germany is up. Each of th...
Foreign News. THE ROYAL MIDSHIPMAN. (From Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, May 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
Foreign News. THE ROYAL MIDSHIPMAN. (From Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, May 8.) The Royal Midshipman, Prince Alfred, has &nbsp; reached Beyrout, having been received like a hero at Jerusalem. Here again crowds were ready to do homage to a young officer, who &nbsp; may merit it in his old age, but has, as yet, done nothing. The mountaineers of Lebanon, the emirs, sheiks, and peasants―Christians and Druśes―crowded to the town to prostrate themselves before the royal boy. But between Jerusalem and Beyrout the captain of the Euryalus had learned wisdom; or, he had been &nbsp; favoured with a note from that polite letter writer, Phipps. At any rate, Prince Alfred was to be treated henceforth simply as a midshipman. He was to discover that he had work to do. He was no longer to see his commander walking obse- quiously behind him: to receive consuls and &nbsp; ambassadors: to be the central attraction of &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; gorgeous proc...
Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Wednesday, July 13, 7 p m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
Sydney.//[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Wednesday, July 13, 7 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; The excitement created here on the ar- &nbsp; rival of the intelligence of war having been &nbsp; declared between Austria, Piedmont and &nbsp; France has now nearly subsided; though &nbsp; everyone feels anxious for the arrival of the August mail steamer. The excitement during the first two days was great indeed —and just at its height, the telegraph &nbsp; wires broke and left all parties in feverish &nbsp; suspense. The war has been expected in all quar- ters, nothwithstanding the Herald's "our &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; own" London correspondent positively de- clared in his letter of April that there would be no war this time;—a mistake of opinion that scarcely confers credit on the writer. The principal topic of talk during the la...
ANDERSON, CAMPBELL AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
f.\ . -.ß -AÍ&nfiflSOV, CAMPBELL. AND CO.'B * PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Bacon, Sri. io 9 1. p«r ,1b. Harley,. R' s"M-h- 2.. 91. to 3s. per bushel. Brun-I». 6 per l'itahel. Butter-ls 9,1. tn 2s. per lb. (halves 201 ,to 40s. , - .. ?? F'our, nneat Cjlnnial-£27 to £28 per ton. Dtt'O, fine A lelaide-£98 per ton. Ditto, HrtXull-fíQ*. to 6-ts- per barrel. Hay, L^cerne-r-fi to £l 10». per ton. ,. Ditto, Oiten-(Hunttx River) £0 to £6 per '\on. . r,, ' .. , Jlides-.H^avy, to 17« 61. each. . Mit's«)-3«. i'd. to 3*. 6 1. ptr bushel. Onions-9 tn 12« p> r cwt. Po tai oe«-£5 to £ö 10a. per toa. Pigs-alivi«, about 41.. per 16. Wheat-IDs. B i. per bushel. . 130, Rusnr*. ftreet, . July IStri, 1859. Î.JI» 'M , ,. ii in i,7',"M.i»>iviwi»l-in.Tii.' a
Colonial Intelligence QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
Colonial Intelligence QUEENSLAND. We have received files of the Moreton Bay Free Press to the 19th instant. The &nbsp; news of the erection of Moreton Bay into an independent colony, under the name of Queensland, had created the greatest ex- &nbsp; citement in the minds of our Northern friends, and we heartily wish them pros- perity in their new and independent ca- reer, They have at last gained the con- trol of their own affairs and no doubt the long slumbering inhabitants of Sleepy Hollow will throw off their apathy, and take their turn in the march of progress. How will the inhabitants of Clarence and Richmond be affected? Do we go north &nbsp; &nbsp; or south? That is a question which we suppose will not be set at rest until the next mail. However, if we do not get &nbsp; justice, let its go in for another "new"' co- &nbsp; lony. Let us have Cooksland proclaimed an independent province, which may be &nbsp; described as all ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.— The Proprietor of the CLARENCE AND &nbsp; RICHMOND EXAMINER begs to announce to the Residents of Grafton, the Clarence, and &nbsp; Richmond Districts, that he is now prepared to execute all descriptions of BOOK, JOB, AND GENERAL PRINTING, &nbsp; on the shortest notice, and at prices as low as &nbsp; any other establishment in the colony. &nbsp; THE CLARENCE AND RICH- &nbsp; MOND EXAMINER is published every TUESDAY morning at Grafton, and is for- &nbsp; warded to all parts of Australia, New Zealand, &nbsp; Great Britain, India, Cape of Good Hope, and &nbsp; the British Dominions. As a medium for ad- vertisers it will be found equal to any news- paper in the colonies; and as it enjoys an &nbsp; immense circulation among the diggers, store- &nbsp; keepers and merchants will be enabled most advantageously to circulate their list of goods for sale in the midst of those who are t...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 July 1859
Local Intelligence. CROWN LANDS SALE.―We call the at- tention of our readers to the following no- tice of sales, extracted from the Govern- ment Gazette:― &nbsp; At the Police Office, Tenterfield, at eleven o'clock of Thursday, 18 August, of the &nbsp; following lots: &nbsp; Tenterfield: 7 suburban lots, county unnam- &nbsp; &nbsp; ed, containing from 1 acre 3 roods 32 perches to 4 acres 3 roods 23 perches; being allotments &nbsp; in sections 16, 17, 52, and 54, previously offered &nbsp; &nbsp; for sale. Upset price £3 and £4 per acre. &nbsp; Tenterfield: 31 town lots, of 2 roods each; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; being allotments 1 of section 4; 3, 4, 6 to 8 of section 5; 2, 3, 5, 6, 12, and 16 of section 11; &nbsp; &nbsp; 20 of section 14; 14, 20 of section 15; 10 of section 19; 3 to 5 of section 21; 1 to 10 of sec- &nbsp; tion 22; 13 and 14 of section 58, previously off...