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EASTER OFFERING TO THE REV. A. E. SELWYN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

RASTER OFFERING TO THE REV. A. E. fr;' - SELWYN. AT tho closo of tho Ohuvch mooting on Thursday, the chairman (Mr. IÏ. Bligh) said ho had a very pleasing difjy to perform', inasmuch as tho senti- ments conveyed in tho address which ho had hoon requested to present to tho Hov. A. Selwyn that evening, coincided with h&ythi, Ho then rchu tie folio wing address :- f) ?*' Bevp ands dear Sir,-We, tb.-ign'dofsignod, friend's, and parHviiorj, ' Dog your lîj^yjtanoo of tho ac« conipanyiï.g^Eastor Offering, os' ;¿n expression of our Christ inn regard for yo«, ai f appreciation of your faithful nnttf^calotts sónicos amongst us. * Being awáró that thero arHinany di3,tr:**s;in this colony deprived of a Chris" > aninistry..- , uesiro to feel tli\ *':r-'/to AlinightyKI'ß;rthat it iäV Jur.lóriyilcgo to hav(v w. Gospel preo.« V-'to us in all iU.'.Tulnoss and simplicity. . y"'!3$ ..' ?s' WelcarúeBtly'iiray tlin^Çi"" may pleaso God_ still to bless your laborcvand matöyou instrumpnWîâu bring...

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

SYDMJHK'. DISTRIBUTION 0F-f"fj2íj&--"Wo iindorstand that Mr. C. Moore, tho director of tho Botanic- Gainions, has lately imported from , Englaud seeds of tho opium, poppy,- tho macídor producing- plant, and tho best kind of mulberry for feeding silk worms ; and that, smnll quantities of all or of any of theso will bo distributed to persons desirous of growing thom, on making application to him. TUE FIJI ISLANDS.-"Wo havo authority to stato that the British Government has declined -t¿io sovereignty of tho Fiji Islands. This fucp hns^ been communicated to tho Secretary of tho AVesloyan. Methodist Mis- sionary Society.v No \reasqns are assigned,, but it is supposed that the papers will at an early dato ¡¡be laid on tho table of tho Le-, gislativo Assembly. TUE RAILWAY TO MOBI'ETU.-The Govern- ment having advertised for timbers for tho construction of tho branch railway lino from Enst Maitland to Morpoth, that of Mr. J. Mnrtindalo has been accepted. AcCIUEN'r -'XQ % TUB SECRETAR...

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

? ; --..--i : : . ? ? ~ . . TT1 ~ SALE , BY , AÚCTION. ? ¡' PE11EMTORY SALE. GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVEl TATTERS ALL'S. HOTEL, At thc corner of Queen and .Fry street}; also, several of the most valuallc town and suburban blocks of LnU in Grafton, known as thc propein of Mr. GREGORY. I "OlCHARDSON and WRENCH have ill ' ceived instructions' from thc mortgá gee to sell by public auction, at their llooms Fitt-strcct, Sydney on MONDAY, 2no Juncj.at ll o'clock. ' ! The whole; of Mr. Gregory's wcll-knowi! . ? ' ? valuable properties, situate in thc towri or Ruburbs of GRAFTON, CLA HENCE RIVER, comprising. ! LOT Ii-Those extensive premises TAT V-. TEllS ALL'SH0TÏÏL, Ah one acn of land atthe^oi/cr e* Queen am Fry streets, ,b/ng/ot¿ -Lynnd 2 of sec ; tiou.ro. ; The Hotel contain/14 apartments, with kitchen, servants' /'ooms. Mffid room] stabling, with 8 loo» boxcí fjPnmod stock] yard, well, and al/ necessary conveniences for carrying on an cxtcnsivc^tablishmcntj ? *** Tattersnll's is m full tracj...

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

tm IMPORTS. ,;'? -Way .:10.-Pcraworonco, sohooncr, from Sydney : | 90 chests ten, 41 bugs eagar, 2 lons salt, 1 pookct hops, 20 casks soda, 10 easies seeds, IO tons of flour, 40 packages, W. B. Campbell j lot of sundries,, AV. , Kirchner. y vç$' Miy 14:-Grafton («.), from Sydney: -1 hogshead ph, W.. Lawrence ; 7' mats sugar, 2 bags salt, 1 quarter-cask vinegar, 2 casks biscuits, 2 boxes soap, 20 bags rico, 2 cheats tea, 1 keg butter, 1 caso sundries, 1 enso honey, 1 caso mustard, I bag poppor, 1 bng salt, 1 trunk I caso boots, L caso, lt. Laird; 16 mut? sugar, 1 caso sundries, I case coffee, 1 parcel tobacco, 1 liogsliead rum, 20 bogs (lour, 1 neat tubs, 1 coil rope, 1 halo bogs, 1 bundle saws, 1 c.isonxos,l cask, 59 ; \, hors iron, 1 bar steel, T. Fisher'; 20 bars iron, 4 plough ';. wings, 1 bnhdlo, J. P. Jordon ¡ least, 1 balo drapery, i ? « . 1 trunk, E. Potts '; 1 hogshead brandy, 2 cases flail, E. Croor.' 2 hogsheads ale, 1 keg ruin, 1 bag flour, 1 keg, .1 caso brandy, 2 cases ...

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

near North! EÍROOM and 8ÍTTING-R00M, "VACANT Är/HOLMSTEIN'S, (bo Examiner Office, Prince-street, Grafton. REV. MÄ/ MCCARTHY will [sit CasinoTLiynorc, and Ballina, on thc 2i|nd and 80116 instant) respectively. ( W. SOPER, BEGS to inform his friends, STORE ¡KEEPERS, and the SETTLERS of the Clarence River Distict generally, that ho has joined J, SIpEBLEyin jrfe ahovc business ; and frojp thu cjffensjYy experi- ence of J. Sj foirtjiir laáf fivo years, can guarnntco n ready* afle at thc ypry highest market'rates, aliu^opas by their joint ad- herence, to tho wjsHcHof their constituents to mont thc continuance of their support, S, BENNETT AND CO,, . WHOLESALE GROCERS,* TEA HEItCHAïïTS, -?? AND. v.." ?. IMPORTERS, 48?, GEOBGE-STEEET, SÏJHTBÏ. S. B. AND CO., hog* taJmfown residents , . . in the Cou/tr/ VffiMy can de. pend upon haymo/thefa/ofcrers faithfully executed, with cWe regard to quality, and at the current ^jrice. N.B.-Stations anti the Trade supplied on liberal terms, 493 ' Jgentecjw...

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

t*0 1 ?' -/ J WESLEYAN CHURCH AATNTV-Eßr C IÍKLTOIOU'S; sbr.vioos iii connection with tho ábovo woro hold during1 thcí'ípast wook ; sermona wero pr3achodoriS>h))a(h,]uaj;by tho Hov. AAr. Fidler, and liberal cBllécHolisVnaub. ? On AVednesday following the tea party was sgiven by tho ladies nf tho congregation, 150 per- sons being present. Tho' entertainment was suujp ituous, ponting tho thanks bf the company. !' ;''? Af(3 tea tho public mooting cominencod, wöc,| tho usual devotions, presided over hy tho Minister bf tho congregation, who said 8iich occasions as those gavo opportunity to-speak of many things important to tho interests of truth. There was first a question of flrianeo which, ns treasurer, ho y-pu'di'^refora them. A statement was then rcuuV- "iiuwing that £000 lind boen expended on tho Church. When first oponed for worship only £00 was paid; during tho_ year they had received £l,<50,ttvith the grant from thr$3xtonsion Fund of £00, making atotal;of £830. Tlie...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] London, March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 May 1862

EUE OPE AN NEW S. [PBOH OUR COBHESPOXDEXT.J London, March 27th. À QUESTION of some importance at tho pro sont timo lias lately engaged tho attention, of the House 'of Commons for two nights, viz., as to the presont slate of our national' mnratimo law. Mr. Lindsay, Mr. Bright, and"othor3 contending that since tho declara- tion of Paris, tho Government should in the event of a war with any other power, exempt all private property from capturo at sea. That the timo had now arrived whon mer- chandise, should he as much respocted afc sea as on shorp, and urging upon tho House tho consideration whether gigantic as. our navy might"be,^it would^bt bo /utterly inefficient to' protect ohr enQrindusTind rapidly in- creasing cimimoVe. and whether tho benefits which we should tbrivoi froin^immunity for our merchandise would yiot far moro than counterbalance airy injuryVwe might sustain in relinquishing our siiperiftr advantages for burning intimo of war. Tho .supporters of tho Government au tho ...

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

for SYDNEY, TO- »101Í110\V (Wedmcs flaj ) MONNING, ». daylight, THOMAS nSHKB, A|ont. " Clarence anil-, ïîïchmontl- 2Uver<ï "Staaxa Navigation Compa;;?:- - TVTOTICE.-To supply aufli cirnt. actom-' I .timi for tk^liî.icicntf. of giaiu, '&"?» to t>j«j»-y, thu stcn'mrn.-' of 'his C ?"??jti'v viii li .ive Svilncy^ and Grafto^ lolloping UL1 IV) vc STDM;^ / O it AVÍOS. Unira, Killi Vay/ 2lbj May GraftT, 2KI, f.tay 2<th Mil). TILMOUTH Y. DYK, Secretary. 3 Y DNS Y. CLIPPER, Schober D MU T , Captai'; ? i AS iso víiy/uvfWy known on. the Hunt«, ? u e¡$rafii tüídé), will: eon tiiiuc as A wçtû&mnfatjp this port. \ Any party Ituvin/; ¿ÍI^I) from Sydnc),\ ?can liûyc! it landed- at any -wharf on thc river, at £1 per ton, Maize, 7d. per bushel. 313 For Brisbane, Moreton Bay. 'schooner _ tANClV' ! Captain SMITH^^l/lenveltho Factory Wharf/oh SATUKD/Y, Hwf 34th instant. '.For freight or pas/nge apply to 488, WM. KIRCHNER. TO FARMERS. I^HE UNDra^NED, will PUR - CH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

SALE BY AUCTION. PEllEMTOKY SALE. ! GRAFTON, CLARENCE UIVER. TATTERSALLS HOTEL, At thc corner of Queen and Fry streets ; also, several of the iriost.valuable town and. suburban blocks of Land in Grafton, known as the property of Mr. GREGORY. .. ; RICHARDSON .and WRENCH buvc re- ceived instructions from the mortga- gee to sell by public auction, at their Rooms, Pitt-street,.'Sydney on MONDAY, :2nd June, at ll o'clock-* / A . Thc whole of M^G^gory^weÎl-known valuable pret»«4i($sitaajte in the town or Buhurbs of/GRAFl'ON, CLA- RENCE RIYER, comprising. LOT I.-Those extensive premises TAT-' ; TERSiVLL'S HOTEL, with one acre of;lurid ut the comer of Quecn-iand . ' Fry streets, 'being lots 1 and-2 of sec tion 70. "\ ; ; " ', The Hotel contains 14 apartments, .with kitchen/ servants' rooms, billiard ? room, stabling, M'ith SloDsc boxes for blood stock; yard, well,' and all necessary conveniences "for carrying on an extensive'establishment; ? *** Tattcrsall's is in full trade^ doing the larg...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

- IMPORTS. . Jlny 23.-Grafton (».), from Sydney : I package bisuutts, I orate üul'tliiiáivui'B, 28 tanti sugar,'. 1 cask currants, 20 bogs flour, 9 gnndstones, I bundle buckets, 2 coils rope, ll bars nou^ WeT sundries, T. h'isher ; .1 cuae, \V. H .11.13ocko í ¿^0 bogs flour, 6 mâts sugar,' ' .Loweu Ji T. Jones; 1 '«iw,' lfygiatrVté;'-lr.o&V. 1, bale,hay, 1 ca^.yW; B. Campbell'; -i crafes'fnVlhenware, I bnlo leather, I bundi" saws, 3 casos* 1¡. cask, 2-kegs, T. Shoveller; 1 case old tom, 2 oasks. bottlod beer, I hogshead porter,Ii. Creor; ^trusses, 20 bags flour, 3 cases sundries, .1 case brandy, 6. hogsheads sugar, 1 and ii half chest tea, 1 parcel, C. II. Chauvul ; ll bags salt; 2 hexes soap, 1' bag flour, 1 bag sugar, 2 lots bags ; w". Collie; 10 hags flour, O. Juergéns; 2 cases drupory, 1 trunk, E. Polls ;.l case, IL O'Kecfe;. 1 parcel lead pipe, Eev. A. Selwyn ; 1 parcel, Mri. Harker ¡ I oaso, 4 bundles, 5 burs iron, 1 keg paint, J R. Bligh ¡ 1 paokago harness, A,. Hyde ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] London, March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

EU RO PEA N NE WS. [rnOlI Oüll.COEUL'SI'ÖNDENT.J , ? y London, March. 27th.. ; Accounts from British Columbia for- warded by the correspon\h3nt of the Timé», and : other leading papera give most extraor- dinary...-?accounts- of ü¡h¿,gold-fields in ,that locality. . I extoact the following from a leader in: the-.Times of the 25th of March, which will bo injere'stinç to your readers;x - " Tho lotter; bf 'Our Own. Correspondent ' is vow much in tho form of a Handbook for British Columbia, Tho brief mid cursory notice, which is all ho can; give to our' prosperous settlements, shows how rapidly the supposed desert has become: populous and industrious. Here is a ré- gion considerably larger than- the Uritish isles, of uslmbitable a climate, uud apparently containing as - much productive, land.. A magnificent chain of mountains rims from north to south, subsidiary to the "Kooky Mountains, to nil appearance au inexhaus- tible treasury. of gold for all ages. AU the ?: streams fiowûig from th...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

, , EXPORTS. ; Muy 21. -Urara (s.), for Sydney i 45T bngs maize, 03 ôttdKs tallow, -BCß: hidaa, I cow 'fruit, 12 bules wooli-3 (..naos eggs, 2 coops poultry, 140. ounuca gold,' 2 kegs mils and, sundries May 2G.-Elizabeth, soliopnor, for 'Sydney; 10,000 font hardwood. "X 1 ? ? May 26;-Perseverance, Jschooner, Tor Brisbaho ; 230Ü lout, hardwood, 7Ó0 buriléis maize, GO boxes soap, 8.Í tbxi»cwiUlj»; '..'," '\ \ ? ' " r .

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

. ... BICiniOXD RIVER. . .Muy ll,-^oa (áaül, írojh, Sydney. May l-l-Emma, from Sydney. Ma/ 15.-rEboderielvDhu and Helen, for Sydney. : . ? . Tho vessels mentioned ip my last aro still Varb.oj.nd.. ,'. ? ?,''-.'. Tho, Urara left Grafton on Wednesday, at 6-iO a.m..j and crossed the bar at noou the "'" same day. Tho Vixen which' arrived oh Tuesday last is lying at tho Elbow, and will load with , timber for Sydney. 'Tho G rafton (s.) loft Sydney on Wednes- day, at iü.íiO p.m., Newcastle, at lü'SOa.m., on 'Thursday,' crossed tho bar at 1"30 ».in. on .I'riUay, and arrived at lasher's.'wliarf afc G'30 p.m. tho same.cUy^ The Grafton ex- perienced light variably "oil's with fine weather .throughout 1h#?passage'1. » Tho Urara was sighted at 11'30 a.m. ;o.n Thursday, oighfc miles north of, Nowca'stle, .^o ?(Çon^ièi') ..rogret'.to observe that tho Vixen, schooner, for a lpiig period a favorite trader botweon. Sydney and this pprtj under tho command "pf Captain Bennett, has at ?leugth chauged ha...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

DEPARTURES AND VftjlEVAI/S OF THE ' ' MAÎLSàjV DEPARTURES PROÎt Q-BAPTON. To Casino, <&«., Tuesday, nt 7 a.m. 'To Queensland, viii Casino, Tuesday, at 7 a.m. To Armidale, Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a.m. To Tabulum, Monday and Friday, nt 8 a.m. To Sydney, Ly steamer, Wednesday morning. ARKIVAM AT G-BAFTON. From Casino, &c., Saturday, at 6 p m. Froin Queensland, via Casino, Saturday, at 6 p.m. Front Arnu'dalo, Tuesday and Friday, at G p.m. »um Tabulam, Tuesday .and Saturday, 6 p ra. . Vrum Sydney, by'steameri Saturday uftjernoou.

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NOT[?] TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

SOl'luHi TO ADVERTISERS. . ADTOTIHW«»» (T>R LMOL,TION JN TMM| tone »w*t >e fo.Tru.,(o tho Offlco not later no iee ol withdrowBl »ot la., , »,; o ulpuk on Sutumuy. s

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

SHIPPIKD JKTELÏJGSNCE. AMU VALS. ' May 23.-Grafton (s.), 2-1Ü: ton», ^Captain . H. Creer, from Sydney 21straii4. Newcastle 22u<l instant. Passengers-Mr. Mackay, and 12 in tho steerage May 20.-Vixen,..schooner, 140 tons, from Sydney.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

DEPARTURES. May 21.-Urara.(s.); 400, tons, Captain Wiseman, for Sydney. Paajseugois- Mr. and Mia. Gr. ? .Kirchner, Mi-. Dbvenald, Mr. . MLaugMin, Mr. Pavioll, Mr. W. Small, and lOin tho steerage.

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CRICKET. SWAN CREEK V ULMARRA CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

CRICKET. V SWAN'CHEEK V ULITAUIIA CLUBS, . .SATURDAY, being the Queens Birthay, tue iovent was celebrated by'a cricket match, '?between the Swan Creek 'and'Ulmarra Clubs. [? At about eleven 'o'clock the wickets having been pitched, the gamo commenced by tho Swan Creole gentlemen going to tho wickets, to the bowling - of Messrs. M'Leod and Morrison, Henderson's 22 was certainly obtained in truly cricketing like way, and he carried his bat out, in spite of the very ex- cellent bowling. ' Wilcox waa somewhat un- fortunate in this innings, not making doublo numbers as was usually his wont. Tho other, ^players did their be9t, and closed:, their,, iii-., jiings with Gi runs.- The. Ulmarra mon ; were : not up to the mark, in their first, and wickçt after wicket fell, to"tho splen- didly delivered 'balls of »Wilcox and' Cowan ; but on following, up' their innings, made some good play/and retired for 81 runs. Brad field's 1G, and Pl-endeville's, 15 were got with : skill and judgmont.V On the...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

C.. \\ .V,; <EiiÈ Dnnren. Atter, thoraatch'í.the.company dined* together at tho Asleinbly Kooma, when about fifty persons sat'Mownto a most sumptuous ropast, provided, by host. Jones,'of the ltoyal Hotel ; Mr. Archer occupying tho chair, and Mr. Jones the vice chair. Dinner over the usual loyal toasts were dran)ç. ".The captains of the two elevens,"." Tho.scorors aiubimpires " " TJio champion scorors," " The ladies," Tho Preïis,"''and's last^tlioúgb certainly- Hot least, " Th^host iindilibst'ess,'- foi; tho very bouu teous provisio'^ made by them for tho enjoy- ment of tho cohipany, nothing being wanted to add to the conviviality of a pleasant even- ing, which was spent in harmony aud good feeling until about , eleven, o'cloek, when. th,o TJ'linarraites betook themselves to thoir rcspec-. tivèJiomës. delighted with a day well-spent. -----

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Clarence and Richmon Examiner. TUESDAY MAY 27, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862

(Haime \xû §icïjntonb familier, . TUESDAY JIAY. 27, 1862. . ,. .Y Y THERE appears to be avgeñeral ïinpression that our present Parliament is under sen- tence, and that the time is at hand wben;a dissolution will take place; the matters which must necessarily come under thc. notice of the new blouse are perhaps, .of greater moment than 'any which have 'hitherto occupied/ tliu .attention of the |.country, " ¿and will recuire oufib»- serions thought and consideration.; Among thc foremost, of tliesc will be found to bc that of undertaking thc main responsibility of providing for our own order and security, both Internally, and externally. Those of our readers who Jiave read the debate of the British Houser of Com mons upon Co- lonial Military Expenditure could not. fail to discover that tins \duty cannot imuch longer be expected frpni\|he Home Govern- ment, thc general impression conveyed by that debate is that of leaving . the , colonies entirely to themselves, both-as' regàrds their i...

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