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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862

Steam to Sydney. C./d fy li>,S.N. ÙiY'JS . steamship G RCA-F/C om y for -SYDNEY] TO/lOlUlOW (Wednes dav) MORNINGyfit daylight. :>. THOMAS FISHER, Agent. EDUCTION in FREIGHT ton. Package rates also reftûcc Steerage Passage.... .?/&%- 10s. TILMOUTH P. DYE, Secretary. 308 Clarence and Richmond Rivers Steam Navigation Company. TWTOTICE.-To supply: suffi* ' -M- cient accommodátipu for the shipments of grain, hß., t* Sydney, thc steamers of this>Coiof)an/ will leave Sydney and Gi^tarf oil fa following dates :- . . ^ ' " PIIOM SÏDNEÏ. Grafton, 2nd May Urara, ; 7tli May Grafton, 12th May Urara, 16th May Grafton, 2M May u PllOM GRAFIOS, 7th May 13tli May 17th May 21st May 27jjji May. TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary, FOR S Y D N B Y. HE CLIPPER/^chooncr CÖptnhT'NIAS (so favrfovahl/Renown on thc Hunter, in the grain) tra4e)í will con- tinue as a regular trader fawfhis port. Any party having car/i from Sydney, can have it landed, at any wharf *on the river, at ¿Él per ton. Maize, 7d...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862

GRAFTON POLICE COURT. ' FRIDAY. BEFORE Captain B. E. Hill, P.M:, and Mr. A. Lardner, J.P. . . > - LAWHENCE V. THOMAS FISHER. This was tlio second count under which dofondantliad been brought before the Court for erecting a wharf, in the front of his pre- mises. Mr. Michael appeared for the prosecution ; Mr. Brennan and Mr. Barker for defendant. Mr. Michael applied for a postponement. Mr. Brennan said tho postponement asked for ought to he granted, but when' tho case was called on last week, the learned counsel on tho other side refused to grant reasonable adjournment. Tho case was then postponed by consent of botli parties, till tho iirat Court day in next month, viz., Friday, the Gth June. NELSON, ELLIS, AND AMBROSE V. MARTIN- DALE. These were three separate actions, but the cases being all similar were, by consent, taken together. Mr. Michael appeared for plaintiffs; and Mr. Barker for defendant.   John Nelson stated that defendant was in- debted to him to the amou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 May 1862

SAIE Bt RUCTION. Crown^Mpíls Office, . Sydney, 22nd March; 18G2. FORFEITED AND VACATED RUNS. rjiHE--SEVERAL RUNS OP CROWN LANDS hereunder described, having been- forfeited or vacated, new leases ol such Runs for five years, upon thc terms and conditions prescribed by the " Crown Lands Occupation Act of 1861," and the Regulations framed in pursuance thereof, will be offered for . SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ,. AT THE ROOMS OF MESSIIS. V W. BEAN AND CO.? GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS, ' ON ' THUR Sp A Y, 22ND DAY OF MAY, NEXT. 2. The lease of- each run will be sold to -the person who may bid the highest annual rent for thc same; and the several pur- chasers will bc Yiquired^to pay at thc time of sale thc rent the-first year, computed from 1st íkprilüo aistuJcccmber, 1862. 3. ThcsV rutes \vill\imt be liable to Assessment under idle \încrcased Assess- ment and Pent Act OBL 1858." 4. Any further infV-mation may bc ob- tained on application . at this Office, orto the Commissioners of Crown Lands of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 May 1862

-A'C : Steam ,to Sydney. rp HE C. *ndR- S. N. £ A": ' COMEDÍ WS.)fa4n>ship for SYDNEY,? THlS'^Uesday) MORN- ING, at daylight. / * THOMAS USHER, Agent. Xlasence and*.CJBLic^ittöud_iliv,or3 i Steam Navigations Company. R' EDUCTION in r¿EIGHT and BA/SAGE to' Gli^TO/' Dead weight._#ls¿ por ton. Package: rates also reduced, ¿ v 'y ;?. >' Stcerago'Passagc...... ¡Sb 10!«.,^ TILMOUTH E. DYE, Secretary.' ?-r-c---\;--rr- .... -;.^t' Clarence anU' *R^chmqnd Rivers Steam Navigation Company. «^feife^ "M0TI^-%° sxiw]ysuffl" ?\||2|j||^; Xi cient* accommodation for the shipments of grain, Sac, to Sydney,: tho steamers of this'Cor/iany will, leave' Sydney and Graftf n A/he following 4atcs :- ¿f/ h ? Piton SYOTErT / MOM GRAFTON. TJiwa, 7tli May/ ... 13th May Grafton, 12th;Ma/ ... 17th May Urara, ,lGth May.21st. May ' Grn£ton/21st May ... 27th May. ' TILMOUTH E. DYE,. Secretary. F OR S Y DN EY. THE CLAPER Schooner - / JxM. R T, Captain NIAS jjfo .íMfourably known on thc Hunter, in 0¡ grin trade)...

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DECISIONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

DECISIONS IN Tira 'DISTRICT' COURT. ;f TO TIÍB BDITOR Ol? . TUB BJCAMINKK. '.. ,-. ' ': SIR,-It appears/. Hint' my remarks on tho above,hiiB aroused one of. our learned, advocates, who; iu your lank issue attempts to show that they wore untrue, I nm constrained, therefore,' to make a Tow additional remarks by way of reply, upright which in my ignor- ance I;may porhnpsbo allowed. ? - ? Iii the Qrat plaoo then I do:not, for, ono hiinutc, dis* pute tho fact, that tho learned gontlomon who presides in tho District Court Us an .accomplished one, and I , iqay add tlintl boliovq hun to bo un accomplished lawyer also, in moro ways than ono ; but I do not be- lieve him to bo infallible cithor as regards law,: justice, or gontility. Ï did not, if niy moinory servos mo eorrootly,state tliat tho dooisioiis referred to wore not in accordance with the law ; hut I referred , to them as matters of justice-whioh'nro by tho way; apparently . quito different to matters of law, but 'which Mr. Miohacl a...

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DRUNKENNESS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

--f DRUNKENNESS. TO THE EDJTOB OP THE EXAMINER. Hin,-Homobody who can soo ft'long way, writing from Sydnoy, und styling ''himBolf " Lookor On," hus in a lotter publishod by you, attracted umoH attention to tho provalonoo of.drunkonnoss in Grafton^ A loarood gontlomanhas, I think, I maj my, inconsider- ately,'and without oauso, mado ,somo sovoro romarks to tho samo offoot-all tonding through tho agonoy of {ho " Examiner " to convoy bad impressions pf our district throughout tho world. Is IT JUST that bcoauso of tho folly of a few, that tho whole indus trions nnd thriving population should bo stigmatised. No greater, contradiction could havo boon given to Iheso unwnrrantablo assortions than whon nearly tho wholo population of tho diatriot asaomblod to draw for prizes at my stores on Thursday, 15th May. I nm, Sil-, yourp, &o., . " ft " W.B. CAMPBELL. Oration, May 20th, 18G2.

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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 expresed. GOLD FIELD ON THE RICHMOND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ?-á-: Oint columns uro opon to nil .writers who refrain from tho uso of virulent language or personalities ¡ but wo aro not responsible for opinions ex- pressed. GOLD MELD ON THE RICHMOND. TO BIS EDITOR OP THE EXASIINEIt. Bill,-Having soon a notioo of tho " Now Q-old-ficld ' on tho Richmond River, in your journal of tho Gth instant, oxtraotod from tho HEIIAKI), I havo talion tho liberty of claiming a corner in yoiir next issue. A syslotri of linmitigatod'eolflshnoss ought not to bo perpetrated at tho cost of an insano public. Thoro aro many of tho Roohhnmnton unfortunate!1, who," hungry, had nona to food thain ; who sick and Iipmoloss, had nono to holp thom in thoir abjectness can givo living testimony of this olMiundcd koystono to tho suddon excitement and saddening tranqnili eation of n mislctl populous. That gold has boon found in tho diatriot, I do not gainsay, but that tho minorai OX'IBIB in tho pathway of an aborigino, I have my doubts. If colled on, 1...

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ANNUAL MEETING OE THE GRAFTOON CHURCH SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

ANNUAL MEETING OE THE . GEAETON CHTOlfelI SOCIETY". AMSKTIXO of -tita. niqin^BMVnf (lio .Church:,of, ''¿íuglñnd was hold in. tho^ClWohj on .Thursday Wölling .last. Tho mooting wns opened bypuyor. V.MiVÏl. Bi.iGir occupied tho chair, and called upon tho secretary, tho Hov. A.' E....Selwyn, who rend tho following . ?.".' nurom*. ' .' .. .. ; Owing to.tho ilnforcBoen cir'eiirnplnnccfl.-tlio annual meeting of. tho oh urah,; has been necessarily postponed fo tho present timo, from thaHisual day, namely Buster Tuesday. ../'''.." ' l. Y <. _ . Tho prosont'report, roviowi|u}.tho. oporal'ions of tho pnst'ycar.'will .brjefly touqh upon, |ho3o; mattera that are of interest to tho congregation, so n'ä'to,'placo thom in possession of the facts connected with thom; .> . Tho rbgnliir services of the chnreli linvo bconMiold morning and evening on oyory Sunday throughout tho year; tlw prayers being read by a momber of tho congregation" when tho- minister Was unavoidably absent. On tho ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

EXPORTS. * - Muy 13.-Urara (s.), for Sydney: 1177 bags maize, 101 quarters wheat, 70 caskB.tallow, 651 hides, .2 bags flour, 1 coop fowls, 3 cases eggs, 1 parcel gold,. and sundries, May 17.-Grafton (s.), for Sydney : B06 baga maize, 2 boles wool, 81 casks tallow, Z4¡ Indes, 2 boxes eggs, 2 coops poidtry, 1 coil rope, and sundries.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

ABSTRACT Ol? SALES BY AUCTION DUR INO- THE WEEK, : MB. HENEYVAÙBIP]W;At tho Boyal, Hotol, on'Friday, at ll VoíooK^ WorWng Biillqckí, Kray, Yokes, &o, j nt ¿2 o'olook, Milking Cows | on Monday, at tho Groonwood Treo Hotel, BonMi Grafton, at 10 o'olouk, tho . whole of tho Stock? in-Trade, Honsohold Eurnituro, and Effects. ROMAN. OATHOTIIG CHURCH.-Tlio Hov. Mr. M'Oarthy who arrived per Urara, will visit Canino, Lismore, and Ballina during the weolc.

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

BICIIMOSD RIVER. ' i May4.-Eagle,ffrom Sydney»].?"?, , Tho Storm King,' Jnnefc Dickson, Coraki, Jano,, Sommerville, Jane, - Callendar, and Blq~ lamond aro bar boundy , i . v. j ; -; \ \ ? The Perseverance left Sydney von the 6th. instant, arrived oil* tho Hoads oiiuho even- ing of tho 9th, and crossed tho' b"yr on tho morning of tho 10th, at 3 p.m., and arrived at the Factory on tho 13th, lit'noon. The Urara left Q-rafton at p a.m,, on tho i 3.3th, ¿iud crossodvthi|.jba^a'<í^l:3p .yp:m. ¿ttíei f The Q-rafton left Sydney at 10'. p.m. on Monday, tho 12th inRtnnt,mrrived at New- castle at daylight on TueMàpL left again at 9*30 a.n^.aud crossed the\baV\t1 p.m. on Wednc^rlSy, and arrived a^^P&her's wharf at 8*30 tho same1 ovcning. The \3rafton ex- perienced light : variablo breezes with fine weather throughout the passage. Tho Urara was not sighted. . Tho Grafton loft Fisher's wharf at GIS a.m. on Saturday, and crossed the bar at 11*30'o.m. same day, with light westerl...

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LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND DROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

j , LABOÜB MABOT, [lUIOU AND DUOWif.] Ityio Into seasonablo rain, whioh waa nindi required forearm and garden operations, will causo au in :crowo4doiuand for farming mon and g'ardonors, who aro tolerably numerous ia attendance-tho former at from ia) to £35 per annum, tho latter from. £40 to £50. "Married domestic serrants can bo prooured from £d5to|60j singlo females, from £20. to £80 j-oar. pontorsj and blijcksuiiths 'aro in doanand, for tho oountrri from £^50 to*£80, with board, Tho imrni granta 1 toly arrived] aro how offering protty freely for hire, wlfa with tho emigrants daily ospooted, will well supply kr markot with most dosoriptions of labour. 221, PittfStroof, Sydnoy, May lGtli, '.

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

?îIitTcncc \xû f icïjiïïoni) \ TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1862. . 1 -\> ^ : TILE colonial process oV'oxiggmg" is by no moana confined lo tho small -fry of official- dom, tho occupants of liigh places occa- sionally have to submit to its pleasures, every act, word, and jçven look, forms foodfor cri- ticism, with its'^sual misrepresentation to those who excel lriuch more in the discovery pf tho wrong than iûNjJio- appreciation of the right. Judging 1 .from \our-" correspondence, mortal offence hnf^' bee^W given by Judge TnANOis, in the-oxprossiowpf opinion given by him upon the sobriety of the district; in » deed, it is a question 'among the learned at I at (lie whether or not tho words do not amount to a constructive libel upon the dis- trict and its institutions, so that we may ex- pect areal farce in contrast with the highly imaginative^ one, 'so ably reported by the Herald's KrçMiwù^r^ACOUiiATE OOIIEES PONDENT of'à recent date. Grafton v. the Judge-action for libel, damages--will bo some...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.'; ! ^ ; ARRIVALS. , . . SSSäy* 10.-Perseverance, schooner, 7'1 tqjis, Captain Smith, from Sydnoy ßth instant. ' \V. Kirchner, ngcntf. .? ??' ' May 14-Grafton (s.), 240 tons, Captain | H. Creor, from Sydney 12th and Newcastle 13th instant. 'rTussengera-Mr; Pevouald, Mr. White) and 10 in tho steerage. May-18.-Urara (s.) 400 tons, Captain Wisoman, from Sydney 10th and Newcastle . 17th instant. Passengers-Hov. J. M'Carthy, Mr. Barron, Mr. Janies, Mr. J. C. Stevenson, ''Mr^P. Kennedy, Mrs. and Miss Wilcox, and . faitnly, Miss West, and 17 in tho; steerage- .

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

May 10.T-Dfti>ti.8chobnor) U0: tohs£/i% tain Nias IbrSyftriey. ..?»?. ,

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

. DEPART URRS. May lß.^Urara (s.), 400 tona, Captain Wiseman, foi' Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. floats, Mr. Mayor, and ii in tho steerage. ; May ,18. -Josephine,' schooner, 120 tons, Captain Copland; for Eiclnnond.Ilivor, with part of original cargo.' " .. ?? ' .... Ttfny 16.-Grafton^.) 210 tons, Captain Cr«or, for SydneyVPasaongors-Mr; Barker, and 8.in the steerugç.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

BIRTH.   JORDAN.—On the 16th instant, at the residence of her father, Prince-street, North Grafton, the wife of Mr. J. P. Jordan, Queen-street, of a son. DEATH.             ALDERSON.—On the 17th instant, at his late residence, Prince-street, Grafton, Mr. H. Alderson, auctioneer, aged 52 years.  

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

GRAFTON POLICE COURT       FRIDAY       BEFORE Mr A. Lardner (chairman) Mr. S. Avery, and W. E. Bayldon, J.P.'s   SABIEN v. FAVIELL This was a claim of £2 13a. 4d. for wages due for work performed on the telegraph line. The plaintiff being sworn deposed:   he was engaged by Champion to go with the surveyor, at £2 per week ; he worked eight days: Champion told him it was on account of Faviell that he was engaged, and that he must wait for money until he came from   Sydney. Cross-examined by Mr. Barker : Champion told him he had authority from Mr. Faviell to hire men for the surveyor until he could get men from Sydney ; he did ask Mr. Faviell to pay him on tho 14th of April, and he promised to do so ; he was one day falling timber, and seven days with the surveyor ; he had a witness but Mr Faviell sent him away that morning, Mark Faviell deposed he never authorised Cham...

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FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, MAY 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

FREE SELECTION.           TUESDAY, MAY 13TH.   William Archer, Grafton, 140 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Woodford, on Woodford Island, bounded by the pre-emptive purchase of Mrs. John's, thence by the Clarence River; thence parallel by a line parallel with Mrs. John's line ; and thence by the south arm of the Clarence river. Michael Corbitt, Manning River, 140 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Woodford, on Woodford Island, adjoining Mr. Archer's 140 acres. Edward Cavanagh, South Arm, Grafton, 40 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Woodford, on Wood- ford Island, adjoining Michael Corbitt's selection. John Shaw, Grafton, 60 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Woodford, on Woodford Island, on the east bank of the Clarence River, about three quarters of a mile above the Broadwater, and adjoining Wil- liam McKenzie's conditional purchase, and being portion 115, as surveyed by Mr. Donaldson. James ...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

' .. U.iUM AUK A. , ' [l'IlOM OUR COHRESÏONDENT.] *' THE latest news we received from this usually quiet Bpot informs us that'jfca. Local Improve- ment Association 1ms held nuothor of its usual monthly meetings, a report of which wo subjoin. After t}io usual 'opening of pro- ceedings;, Mr A. Meston, junior, was elocted President, in lieu of Mr. MAtijey, resigned. The socrofcary read a corgnunication from tw<j of the trustees ' of JÎovèrninent money for^ho ronds, " but ? aspiro a^tipu waa taken upon the majiter, tho latter \?as filed, lle solved,^MÍHr. J. W4^fymH*q£ to conconïn% .HUT plnns and' sj peifien' 's of fjFoposod shod, to be orccted^'on ut fine's ''Wharf" v Tho mover briefly introduce* ,this mation'with a\few* remarks on the urgent nföessily» of, qoinmencing this important work. Resolved^ "Tliat fifty copies of tho Association's riïbs . m?d . regulations bo printed"-Notico\f motion . was given, " That trustees be named, for' tho approval of-vOïoyomniont to tako ch...

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