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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
SYDNEY.' \ : (From ilia Herald.) ^ ' HoniiiBiE MüBDEn.-Tlie inquest on tho body of a mau named Hovouden, aged forty-six . years, which was commenced on Monday last, was cohcludedi on Thursday, and resulted in the committal of threo porsons--John and Mary Fletcher, and John Aldred-to take their trial for murder. The deceased ¡nan was au Eurasian, a native of Madras, and carno to Sydney somo five yonrs ago to fulfil an engagement as a compositor on tho Umpire newspaper. Some time after his arrival hero, he married, hut ho was by no means happy in his domestic lifo, and in February, 1861, he separated from his wife. In December last, his wife sued hiin_ for maintenance. Tliey however, again cohabited and continued living together till last Saturday week, when tho wife, who was about to give birth to au infant, was taken in by a Mrs. Miuor, as the shodso in\whieíi tho Hovendens had been lodging had no conveniences for such an event, and Hovenden had made no ar- rangements " lo ensure hi...
THE ROAD MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
THE E0A1) MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOH OF THE EXAMINE» Sm,-In your paper of tho 22nd minno, I find an nrtiolo on tho^road inaungomoiit, signed " Pair Play,' and as I liko fair piay^inyself, 1 beg to oder a few ro marks thereon, ;,being n "conlraotor and having had various contracts in this district. I behove I havo always paid all my men regularly for tho work done and inspected, anil was obliged to discharge thom, having no more work, my contracts being completed, and being unsuccessful in obtaining tho work given out since, whieh I suppose was let to tho lowest ten- derers. I lcft;(pr Sydney, on my way up to Armi- dale, to go over tho various roads for whieh I was tho successful tenderer1 foi' keeping tho samo in ropnir (no doubt to tho annoyance" of Bomo parties), but yot un - fortunately for mo I havo had no official communion* lion from the Superintendent or Government that my tenders havo boen approved of, although I havo plaeod mon on tho roads. Why tho toudors woro not ac- cept...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
EXPORTS. , April 29.-(touton (s.), for Sydnoy .. 46 balea wool, "¿acwlis tallow, 420 luilos, 080'bngs Hinizo, 1 baskot ?fgffa"mid emidvics. ?"May- 0.-Urara (s.), foi- Sydnoy : 1611 bilga maize, JÍ) .bales yroo), 2 bulua sheepskins, 52 boxos soap, 114 liiitusV 4 horses, 1 onrnagm 2 ooops fowls, 6 boxes eggs, and Bimdrics. \ V\
RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
EIOHMpND, RIVER. April 521.-Uallendar, ffpm Molbourno. DKrAfcxOUES. 5,> ' April 17,-Volunteer, for Newcastle Iji -, April. 18.-Pioneer and lîose, for Now ? "'\ 'Vmstloj^** \ April 18.-Bhodericlt Dhu, Soa Gull, and ftoorowiwg, for Sydnoy ; Cyclone, for Mel- bourne). x April lO.v-Emma, for Sydnoy. Tho Urara loft Sydney on Monday, Now winlJo on Tuesday, and «crossod tho bar at '¿.noon on Wednesday, arriving at Grafton afc ;5-45 the sanie ovenhig. The Urara oxpori oiieod light variable whick throughout; tho passage. \ ' » . ,¿T!io Urara loft Graftal! for Sydney at 8'20 a.m.. and the Elbow at J "SD p.m., and crossed tho bar the sumo evening. _Thc Grafton (s.) left-Fisher's wharf at nine u.m:, on Tueaday, and crossed the bur al j).m. same day, with strong south- east breezes and cloudy weather. The Grafton (a.) left Sydnoy on Friday, Newcastle 9-30¡i.ui. on Saturday, and crossed the bar at 115 p.m. on Sunda)', arriving at Grafton at o'clock the same evening. She did not sight the Urara...
FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, APRIL 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
J? ß E E SELECTION. TUESDAY, Aran, 20TH. Roderick M'Aulay, Carr's Creek, 05 ñeros, ad- joining William Mathew's 100 acres, and being lots 48 and 4.9 as survoyed by Mr. Donaldson, on an island callod Goodwood Island. Atoxandor Ross, Palmer's Island, Grafton, 40 oorc«, county of Clarance,'parish of Taloumbi, on Palmer's Island, lot !15. Ann M'Kuy, Sydney, 42 aorcs, county Clarence, ravish of Woodford Island, lot OG, .»djoming Ohuvlca M'Kay's lot. John Kenny, Southampton, Grafton, 00 norcs, county Clarence, parish unknown, on an island, North Arm, Clarouoo River, on tho north sido of tho island, 'opposite tho land selcotod by Donald Campbell, on an island situatod on North Arm, Clarence llivor, name unknown,' "tho selection to commence ut tho losvor cud of tho\isla«d. . '-'*.*? Area selected, 237 acres j amount of deposit piiid, £G0 5s. Ix our roport of tho District; Çoui't, tito action of Collie v. Balcor was accidentally omitted. Cape dismissed, no jurisdiction.
THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
'run I&lt;AT-E PIUNOE CONSORT, Tira following lines, in memory of (lie lute Prince Consort, hnro been submitted tb lier .Majesty'by Jfr. Alfred Tennyson, nnd acknowledged in. u touoliing autograph lutloV by tho Princes» Alloo, expressing, ni tho name of tho Queen, (ho pleasure und consolation lior Majosty had derived from them, They form tho dedication to tho now edition of tho Poet Laureate's "IDYIM OF TUB KINGS:" Thcso to his momory,r-Blnco ho hold thom doer, '' Porohänco ns finding there unconsciously ,Somo imago of himself-I (lodiento, I dodioato, I consecrate with toars-r Those Idylls. t And indeed ho seems to mo Scarce other than my own ideal knight, I " Who rovoronccd his conscience as his king ¡ I Whoso glory was redressing human wrong ; I Who spako no slander, no, nor Intoned to it j Who loved ono only, and who chived to her "-- . Her-over all whoso realms to their last isle, Commingled' With 1 lie gloom of imminont war, Tho shadow of his loss moved liko eclipso, Da...
Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
Clarence aub |licjinoiA feininer, . TUESDAY, MAY G, 1863. TIIIÎ evil effects of tho centralization whicli is going on in the colony are daily becoming apparent, like leaven thoy aro penetrating evory interstice of tho community, and will soon, if not cheeked, remove every traco of local government, converting tho colony hilo a mero automaton, tho strings of which aro pulled at head quarters by the whim or ca- price of thonarty in power for tho hour, and for tho ' Bo\iutercsts of its hangers on. Strange thatsuclmn anomaly should spring up side by sido^witlîrjisponsiblo Government, that in a colonyflikà dur own whore circum- stances so favourable to the dovolopemeufc of independence of'thought and action, there should have grown up such a spirit of in dillercuco to all that conduces to distributive liberty, and that such a tacit acquiescence should bo given to all those principles of com- munism which in thc old world aro regarded with so much abliornnce. When men measure their modo o...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
SHJP?i?iQ 'ISTELLIGENCEi AIUHVALS. April ; 3Ö.-Urara''?(.&lt;.);''400' tons, Captain AVUoman, from Sydney 28th nm! Nowcastle . 29th instant. Puaaeu^d«-31t-. ïïsher, and 8 in the steerage. Mayé.-Grafton (H.), 210 tons, Captain H. Creer, from Sydney 2nd, and Newcastle 3rd instaut. Passengers-Mr. Nicholson, Mr. W. li. Campbell, Mr. li. G. Pairman, Mr. Dovonnld, Mr. and Mrs. Meares and Horvant, and 7 in tho steerage
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
. IMPORTS. . April 30. - Urara, (s.), from Sydney: O bugs sugar, 1 chest twi, lVciise codeo, ll "bags suit, ll. Brown ; 20 sucks Hour, 2 chests 4 half chests tea, 1 bale bags, 1 casa lobsters, T. Shoveller ¡ 12 plough wings, lî. Cox; 21 barrels comen I, J". T. Jones; 1 cask bath bricks, 1 bundle brooms, 2 drums oil, 1 bundle paper, 1 bundle clothes lines, 4 hoses lea, 1 hundid handle;, L. S. Lowonlhul ; 2 cases; 1 tru33 J. M'Faddun ; 2 cases, 1 truss, E. Potts ; 1 ' casi; fruit, Capps.; 2 canvas packages, J. Kv Chapman ; 1 bcVi Boap, 1 barrel currants, A Rodgers ; 2 lotB bags, T. Kenny ; 2 lela bags, ll. Dix ; 2 lois bugs, M'Far lane ; 1 bag onions, Vi burs iron, G cornshcll?rs, Ï case pitch, 1 cask I ur, 1 fishpot, 1 case glass, 2 cuses sundries, ?1 bundle rakes and hoes, 3 trunks boots, 1 case, T. Fisher; 2 bugs oats, AV. A. H. Greaves; 2 baskets, 1 bag bags, AV. Small ; 1 chest- lea, G cases gili, 3 cases porter, 1 quarter cask port wine, 1 bug vice, 0 bugs sugar, 1 case pickles,...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
mîlMUTUItES. Apr!] 20.-Grafton (s.), 210 tons, Captain II. Creer, for Sj'tlney. Passengers-¡3 in the steerage. May 3.-Urara (s.), 400 tons, Captain Wiseman, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Sweetland, Judge Francis, Mr. brennan, Mr.Aicksou, Masters Aicksons (3), Mr. Margrio, Mr. Stevenson, Mr. Keneyley, and 3 in the steerage. .
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
MARRIAGE. LOWTHER—JOHNSON—On Saturday, 19th of &nbsp; April, at the residence of the bride's mother, &nbsp; Palmer-street, by the Rev. S. C. Kent, Mr. Edward Lowther, of Sydney, to Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Mr. C. J. Johnson, of Ray- mond Terrace, Hunter River. DEATHS. DARKE—At the residence of their pareants, Prince- street, Grafton, on the 3rd instant, Caroline Agnes; and on the 4th instant, Charles, twin infants of W. W. Darke, Esq.
RANDWICK METROPOLITIAN MEETING 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
EANDWIÜK MBTBOPOLIÏIAN . MEETING- 1SC2. THU Spring; meeting,under tlio auspices of tho Australian Jockey Club commenced on Thursday on tho Randwick courso, and was ushered in with ronm'kubly'fih'e'wcalhor. Tho attoudanco, also, was in tho highest dogroo satisfactory, tho muster being little if at all short of tho number prosont on tho occasion of tho Grand Handicap day. His Excellency tho Govomor nnd suite wcro.os usual, in attendance, tho vico-rogttl.parly roaching tho courso shortly afior two o'clock, rho Ministers of Financé and Public Works wore also pro- sont, First Hace.-The Trial Stakes, of 3 sovereigns each, with fifty sovereigns added ; for all horses ; weight for ago ; onco round and a distance Mi-. Mylno's ns. ch. h. Lunatic, 3 yrs 8st. -1 J. Tail's h. g. Presto, aged, Ost. '... 2 R, Martin's br o. Black Tommy. T. Leo's br. m Lilla. Belting 0 to 4 on tho field. A good start was odeclod, Black .Tommy leading Presto second, and Lunatic (hird. Those positions were kept to th...
THE VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
-T THE VOLUNTEERS. TO THE KDITOll OP TUR EXAItiNEIt. Sin,-What have bcoomo of tho Grafton Volunteers ? ThU Ia a question nibed by almost every ono you meet, and which no panton scorns able to answer. Is tho Volunteer corps like every thing oise started in Grafton, to clio a natural death, and for wlint reason ? I, for ono, had vojry sanguine-hopes of its succeeding when I used to ssc such"«', lino body of men parading our streets. IluF^ alas! since^ the Government uniform «mû arms were issued all seems to have faded. I had also great hopes of opr hoing represented nt tho Itoviow, to bc held in Sydnoy, on thc Queen's Birth- day, ns it was largely talked of by members ol' tho corps, and I believe tho Bteam company had also offered to carry tho Volunteers to and from Sydnoy cn vory reasonable terms ; hut that is quito knocked on tho head-in fa:t, I don't think it would bo pos- sible to get six members together who sufliciontly understand their drill to go through tho first clcnion _u,-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
SALE BY AUCTION. . ..&lt; ;Cftown Lands Office, Sydney, 22nd March, 1862. FORFEITED AND VACATED . RUNS. milTH SEVERAL RUNS OE CROWN LANDS hereunder described, having been forfeited or\vacated, new leases of Buch Runs'fpr.fivc years, upon thc terms and; conditions prescribed by the " Crown Lands Occupation A'ct.of 1861," and thc Regulations framed in pursuance thereof, will be offered lor >. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT TUE ROOMS OP MKSSUS. W. DEAN AND CO., GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS, ' ON THU R S D A Y, ? 22ND DAY OP MAY, NEXT. 2. The lease of each run will be sold to thc ])crsou who may bid thc highest annual rent for the same ; and the several pur- chasers will be required to 'pay at the time of sale thc rent for the first year, computed from 1st Api'il to 31st December, 1862. 3. These, runs will not be liable to Assessment under the ,f Increased Assess- ment and Rent Act of 1858." 4. Any further information may bc ob* fained on application nt this Office, orto tho Commission...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
F A IM A N., PPJNOE .STIlEB^,'isT01tTlI GRAFTQN, ] -, (Immediately ; oppwuo. Campbell's Stoves,) i o io the Pm Wie. Ç. yP A\I 1Í V M A N . 0 mÄ, rc M A K E E, 0--P ros i\ È\ c A ly MWL L'S STOKES. Respectfully iuform/yflyc?'inhabitants, of Grafton and its vic/ift^ that he lins now returned to Grafton, having been rmavoid- ! ably detained through domestic affliction. Ii. C. P. trusts that thc same support j will bc extended to him as formerly, lie having returned to settle in thc district. aR:A II. A M.A N 3) C 0 ,. s / Seedmen and Florists, NEW MAiiKE'l'S/ GEORGE STKEET, Tgwn*wcds'Vn Hobart Tawn*dfcds^«h hand, Orders deceived for nurseries. 4-29 DA Y I D SCOTLAND, COMMISSION SUSSEX Sïj^WEay Sif I) NEY. All descriptioiR/of ¿?Coloií*al Produce lisposod of at the/highest mnrlcct rates. ;/ 428 ? uiiversary of the Wesleyan Church. )'N SUNDAY next, May 11th, SERMONS will bc preached in the: Wesleyan Church, oiy.the occasion of the.. Pirst Anniversary, njf/ll in the morning, and 7 in thc c...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. DECISIONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
V» \ \ .y. Onn columns uro oiicn (o nil writers-who refrain from tho >ise of virulent language or personalities j but wo aro not responsible for opinions ex- pressed. -ç DECISIONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT. TO THE 3ÎPITOK OP TUR EXAMINER. Sin,-As a spectator daring tho Jato sitting of the District Court, I liavo been very much surprised at sbmo of tho decisions arrived at, some of which affect men in business in a most material degree ; and if it isRruc\ asuh£&idge stated, that tho law is imperative1, tli^so\meV such law is amended tho better. I refer moreVninücularly to tho cuses of Shea v. Stevenson, .mid Collie v. Baker, both nearly similar cases, and in Loth of which thc Judgo decided that ho tad no jurisdiction. As regards (ha first, tho plaintiff is ¡in innkeeper re- siding in tho Grafton district, (ho defendant a mail contractor, hailing from Armidale, but travelling too and from Grafton, in tho conduct- ing of hi's contract It appears that hs became iudebtod fti tl io...
LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [FERRIS, SON, AND DOYLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
LAT E ST SOMBER Gi Al, PRODUCE CIRCULARS. "WHOLESALE. 1 [l'KllltIS, SON, AND DOYLE.] I Maize-3s to 3s 9d por bushol. v Oats.-k Ott to 5s 3d por bushel. Bnrloy, Capo, 5s ; English Gd. per bushol. Wheat-4 s'Sd tb 4s Gd*ncr&lt;bushol j ditto imported, Gs to 5s 3d.por'bushol. \ ' \ \ Bran-ls-Sd pprWisjcl>' \. Bacou-7d to flipïr*., acareo Buttel'-ls to ls"3i\ pé\ lb, . Potatoes-£C to I9»por ten. Tnllow-Beef, 32s Cd lo 34s lOd per cwt. ¡ mutton, 41s to 42s per cwt. ; Hides-Cured mid heavy, J.3s to IGs eaoh ¡ small and light 4s to 12s caoh. Sheepskins-5d to IA por lb Seeds-Bluo top grass 3s Gd, American prairie gras3 3s Gd, whito clover 2?, lucerno (Frcnoh and Colonial) ls Gd, red clovorls Gd, mixed meadow grass 2s por lb. ¡ perennial ryo grass, Gs to JGs per bushol ; vogc tablo seeds, in selcotions, 35 sorts, 2ls ouch paokago. Stores, 23?, Titt-sU'col, Sydney, May 2nd. * ' --r*-- . [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] . Arrivnls during tho past week lmvobeon comparatively heavy os r...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES RY AUCTION DUR K \ \ ïNG '£RFj WJÎEK MRr. HJ3NRY\DT)ERS0N.-At his Salo Rooms., on Tlmrsduy,\tM2 oYlocL-,'Household Etirni t ii iv, Draught Horse, eic, JIR. HENRY \liURIPE. -At his Room?, on Moud»/, «¿-VwoiucivTAmcrtm^^ -Kit^ring!t,'Wi'(^Cfóotb^¡Sió; 'jTlbyMigi Tîlottr. AIR. THOMAS IRISHER. - At tho Royal Hotel, on Monday, at ll o'clock, Horses. Por,ic!:M,uitsTii.vT]3.-Captain Hill, P.M., being about to visit Sydney on loavo ot absence, Mr. Lardner, .T.P., will undertake the duties of Police Magistrate until Iiis return. '., 11 AXSIVEUSATIV OF" WESI-ETAX Guuncn. Our readers will perceive on reference to our advertising columns, . that our Wesleyan friends aro about to hold the first anniver- sary of the foundation of their church and cause at Grafton, on Sunday next, when two sermons will bo preached by tho Hov. W. Fidler, tho resident minister. Wo hope that the friends of religion will render assistance holli at thc services on the Sabbath, and at tho tea meeting t...
STRIKE OF THE A. A. COMPANY'S MINERS. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862
STEIKB OI? THE A, A. COMPANY'S MINERS. . .(From the Herald) ? Anuí. 2G.-I forwarded you a telegram last, 'evening, announcing . that tho miners em- ployed by tho A. A. Company havo brought up their tools. Tho majority had an. inter- view, with Mr. Winship, tho Company's mahagor, who offered tho following terms: "First.-da. 6d. per ton of 24 cwt.' for bottoms, 3s. Od. for tops. The miners to keep out all small coal, dirt, clutter and other refuse. " Second.-3s. per ton of 24 cwt, for all coal, both tops and bottoms, round'and small. Tho minor to heep oiit onlystono, dirt, ehittor . and other refuse,: ?' ' ? ' " Tliird ,-48. Gd. per ton of 24 cwt. for all coal, tops and bottoms; Tho miner to keep out nil Bmall coal, stpno, dirt, clutter, and other refuse, and besides this in tho old pits, an additional 1-Jd. per ton for every 100 yardsN of wheeling after tue first 200 yards, providM that 24 cwt, to tho ton bo givcu by the minefe in D and E. pits. ^ "Tho wheeling in Nb. 2 pit to bo don...