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INSOLVENCY COURT, GRAFTON. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
INSOLVENO^COÚET, GRAITON. ^ IMBAT; RBFOOT Mr. AlfretL Lnrdnor, J.P., Doputy Commissioner. T\ A third meeting of croditors in tho insol- vent ostote of Mr. Tilomas Bawden, of Lawrence, Clarence Uiver, was hold nt tho Courfr-houso, ns above, when tho following debts were ucLjudientejclivpoii." Debts nrovod : Arthur Hyde, £10 is. 6d. ; .Tames Gregory, £7 15s. 4d. ; James Kavinden, £11 2* : William Southion, £20 5s. ; Norman Cowan, £G5 6s. j J. T. Jones, £15 ; Maitland Mer erny, £10. ; Sydney Morning. ffe};ald,£7 12s.; Thomas. Shoveller, £442 Os.'lld.George "Willson,, £272 Os. lld ;, 0. G. Tin^il cluimod £17 9s. 6d., of which £13 5B. Gd. was only aHowçdj iv claim of £07 12s. 2d. by John Green, was disallowed, no person appearing in support of the'claim, nnd the insolvent proving that nothing whatever was due to Green. All the, accounts proved were, after careful examination, admitted by tlió insol- vent, and unopposed by creditors. The iii- solvent stated that Mr. Edward Greenwood had g...
FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, MAY 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
FREE SELECTION &nbsp; &nbsp; Tuesday, May 20th Archibald M'Dermid, 57 aurea, oounty of .Claronco, parish of Taloumbi, on' Palmer's Island, being por- tions 69 and 70 and balance of eoleotion of 14th of January-last. -_. . ' >'J ?'.. ?£ Peter McKay, Woodford Island, 55 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Woodford, on Woodford &nbsp; Island, Clarence River, at the back of the land pur- chased at auction by Angus McKay, and No. 20 on tho Government Plan. John Cassim, junior, Newbold, 98 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Copmanhurst, being lot 3, portion 40, sale at Grafton, XSth May, 1801, and forfeited by John Hunter. . Aren selected, 210 aeres ; deposit paid, £62 10s. THE QUEEN'S BIETIIDVV.-Thia interest- ing tmuivorsary, which is köpt un with as mucli spirit at, the antipodes as in tho metro- polis of the old. cWntry, was not forgotten by tho good people of the Claronco on Satnr-1 day, thus proving that notwithstanding the | predominanco , of democrati...
A SITTING WITH MR. FORSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
Ä SITTING WITH Mlî, FORSTER. i A MB. FOESTEB, from America, ia nt present staying in London, and as ho is' creating an immonso sensation at tho present moment as tho most wonderful medium that has )ret leon taken into tho confidence of the other world, tho following account by one who was lucky enough to obtain au interview, may be interesting to our readers : - Although the futuro historian who writes about us two hundred years hence will scarcely characterise this ago as one remarkable for credulity, it is protty generally known that among Hie fancies of tho fashionable world there is none moro prevalent than a desire to hold intercourse with tho spirits of tho departed. A " medium " in good repute, who, for a cer- tain fee, will enable us to discourse with our deceasod grandfathers, may be regarded as a member of a pro tension at once lucrative and distinguished. No connection is there between him and the obscure prophetess who extracts foreknowledge from a dirty pack of cards, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
piiEARÏNG-OUT ' AT CAMPBELUS, 'ON'ACCOUNT Ol? TÓE-EXTENSÍVIO ' ALTERATION OF PREMISES, "" : '"' '" AND >..-!.. STOCK TAKING. " " ' '. ? ' ' / ,t: ~: :. WHEN THE ALTERATIONS aro . 'completed, 0AM1#ELL'S' '» CLARENCE ROTRT ; STORES ! will bc second to ncuíe ¿orth of 'Sydney; . The' various b.rtuwbiß will bc studlea1, so that '? persons cam "jmrchnsc ncaVly''livery article requir^d^ncWr one roof. ' '/' "* Thc whole"!bf tM6 GOODS,' ]ately pur, chased by;:'tendoK in thc qtate'óf A. HITCHINS :nndr/GOv «*¿ i«w MARKED OFF;;and road/ for CASH " PURCHA- SERS, at REDUCED PRICES,, ' . : ' A few BARGAINS still- left from tho estates of Messrs. F. and A. VINDIN; Mr. Ti' E.' DAVIES, and Mr. T. ''SIÍOVELLKII, now on SALE, foi- CASU,' ". ""AT ' CAMPBELL'S, CLARENCE RIVER STORES, ' PRINCE-STREET, GRAFTON. FAR M |T O LET, A FARM'.'TOILET, situate on- Carr's Creek, consisting of >o5 acres, cleared1 and fenced,./and rfady fe/ the plough.; Upon the'farm, is eAcUíá ayÇvvelling-house . ; an,d barn. F...
LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [FERRIS, SON, AND DOYLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
LATEST COM^ESÎSIÂL. PRODUCE CIRCUL.UtS. ' WliOLIiSALlü. [l'ERllIS, SON, AND ?BOVLB.] ,. > Maize.-2s Od to 3s por bushel. . AVIioat-ls 3d to 4 a Gd per buahol ; ditto imported,. 5s por bushel. j Borley, Capo, tis ; English 6a. per bushel. Outs.-&lt;ts 6d to 5s Od per bushel. Bran-ls 4d 'per bushel Butter-Is 3d per lb. , . ? ',,..:, Calves, 1 Os to 40a each '' ' ' Bacon-7d- to Od per lb., Cheese, 6d to Od per lb. , ^lour.-r3?ioo town, fi3 to £14 per ton Hay-Lucerne, Ul to 56 16a per ton/seareo Tallow, beef, 32s to Bis Gu ; mutton, -4-2s ppr. cwt¿' '' ' . , ,. '> Hides-Cured and heavy, 13ä to 15a each ainn.ll and light 4s to 12s cnoh. ;, ' ',.,.,!'. Onions-22s per owt. Potntnes^-s£6 I Os to t7 10a per ton. Coloidal tobacco'* (888) brand, 2s, per lb-. Sheepskins, Bd to 7d per'lb. . ï Seeds-Bluo top grass Ss. Bd, Amoricjm prairie grus?, 3s 6d, wliite olover 2a, lucerne (bVcnoh mid Colonial)' ls Gd, red olover la Gd, mixed meadow grass 2s por-' lb. ; porcnninl rye gr.iss, G&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
Steam- to Sydney, Ste [Disllip ucsday) MORN ftv^x 'COM: GRAP for* SYDNEY,, Till IÑG, at daylight: THOMAS FISHER, Agent. Clarence and : Richmond ^yers --^Steam-WsnBigftüoír-Compány;^ rOTICE cicnt the shipments of gra the steamers of thi Sydney and Graft» dates : PaoirSrDNEr. Urara, lötk May Grafton, 21st May .To'ysupply suffi " (lion for Sydney, will leave following FltOJI GHAFTON. ... 21st May 27th May. TILMOUTH P. DYE, Secretary. Australian Joint Stock Bank. "VTOTICE is hereby given, that interest is allowed by this Bank on fixed de- posits, namely : On deposits for 13 months, é per cent, per annum. / On deposits for^oafhs, 8,pe¿cent. per annum. z r / J On deposits f&lt;n/G tfontk^ 3 ptr cent, per annum. ' ' / ' BANK POST BULLS with interest added at these rates respectively are issued pay- able to order. HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Victoria-street, Grafton, . 3 _i_ WANTED.a good.Rough CARPEN ..... TEIt;\and YJfey/MEN, used to pick and shovqi woW. ySÉfeo^fl work- men liberal w...
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. MONDAY. BEFORE Mr. Justice Wise and a jury of four. HAGAN V. OGILVIE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
SUPSB3IB- COURT, SYDNEY. ' . MONDAY, i- ? BBF0áB;JIr. Justice Wisff.|iud a jury of four. ? 1IAOAN V. OGILVIE. . This/was an, action foi- breach of? agreement,, undor whiplr plaintiff; was to servo defendant as a,' hricklayer-TrWid'tomalcahiinsolfgenerally useful -for the space of thveo'years,.* The agreement was set out at full leitgtli in tho declaration. Under it plaintiff was to proceed from .Hamburgh (.where the egremont was made) to plaintiffs station, Yulgilbar, near Grafton, in tho Ciaroneo Rivor district. Iii» expenses;were to ho paid, and lie was to servo three years from tho dato oi\ Iiis arrival, Ile was to bb lodgod, to receive rations according to a cortain scajo named in tho agreement, and to ho paid at tho rate of £46 a yoar wages. Two-thirds of these wages woro to bo paid quartorly if required; and the remainder,., at the conclusion of tho period agreed for. Tho' declaration wont on to aver that, plaintiff had como to this colony by the ship Camperdown, that lie had ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DUK- ING- THE WEEK, ME. HENRY MâURTPE.- Afc Mr. Cupipbell's Hotel, To-day, nt 12 oVlocVHovao Stools. MR, THOMAS FISHER. - At tho Ferry Wharf, on Thursdy, ot H o'oloolt, Baddlo Horse, Sprin Cart and Harness, Lotter Fross, Four-Pos L*pn Ikdstoad, Moderator Lamp, Gold Plated . .Watch. \ ^ v' rr ' \ \ 1 . '&lt; GRATTON HOSPITAL,-The committee met on Thursday evening. \Th6A minutos of tho last meeting wero read ¡hid confirmed. The following, subscriptions were paid in : Prom Mrs. Jones-Mrs. Hewitt, 21B. ; Mr. Robin- son, 10s."j Alderman' Payne, £1, Mr.' 'D'.' Kirk, £l; 'Rey. A. E. Selwyn, £5 Ss. "; Mr. E. Ogilvie, from Straus's, ¡Bl.' It was re- solved that tim committee confirm tho action of the chairman and secretary in depositing tho third £100 at interest for . six months, and also tho renowaj 'of the first £1,00 for oiiadclitioual six months, A lettor was read from the Colonial Secretary, favourable to I tho placing £500 on th,e Estimates, to mee...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
BIRTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CAPPS—On the 22nd instant, at her residence, Pound-street, Mrs. William Capps, of a son. DEATH. WHITE.—On the 20th March, at Moretonhamp- stead, Devonshire, England, Mr. John White, plumber, aged 72 years, father of Mr. W. S. White, of Prince-street, North Grafton.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
: MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. 1 PUISSENT : Tho Mayor, Aldermen Payno, Lardner, 'Gilmore, and Jones. ? MINUTES. . Tho minutes of the last meeting wore read and confirmod. .'? . . ' NOTICE OP 5IOTION. . A.lderman Payne to move,-" That in. con- sequence of tho decision of the Judges of tho Supreme Court, thatr rates can only hq¡, lovicd for^tho municipal year, tho-Council do now proceed ,to% levy arato of-ponce ?in the pound, ùpon^all^ratoablo property within tlio m^icipolify-of Grafton, for tho remainder of the present municipal year-." . ' The rate collector reported having paid' into the bank the sum of £3 l'As. 10Jd.-i It was resolved that the rate for. tho-, pre-, mises in Prince-street, be divided between the' ewo tenants, via.} Messrs. H. Maurice and W. B: Campbell. ' ' "" y , C^S-s.C3> QUUEX'S WHAMMY ^ («-"1 'Tho'Mayor roported.. that ou tho survey of the public wharf, with Alderman M'l'ad don and Captaiii^Wiscmun, he found that fifty foot from.tho^vharf, tho depth of water...
FOOTFALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
FOOTFALLS &nbsp; BY HENRY KENDALL. &nbsp; &nbsp; The embers were blinking and clinking away - Tho casemont half opon was thrown ; Thure was nothing but cloud on the skirls of tho day, And I sut in the threshold nloùç. ?. And enid to tho rivei', which Unwed by ray door; With ¡U) beautiful face to tho hill A " I luve waited and waited, all waif ¡cd and sore, " But my love" is a wanderer still." And said to the wind, ns it paused in its flight To look through tho shivering; \>uno : ? ??&lt;?? " Thoro are memories moaning,and homeless to - night " That can nover be tranquil ogam." And said to tho woods, us their burdons wore borne With a flutter, and sigh to the cavqs.: " Thoy aro wrinkled and wasted,' and tattered and torn ! " And we too bavo our withering leaves." Did I hear a low echo of footfalls about ; Whilst watching those forest trees stark P Or was'it a dream that 1 Hurried without To clutch at and grapple tliq'dnrk ? . . v\\ In the shadow, I ...
SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 May 1862
, $YsDNE Y. r&lt; : - !i(Fi!Om the Herald.)* : ,? . A ' Ai CHAitf OP DISASTERS,-An overseer, m tho eervioo of tlie' Honorable E.. IHtzgerald, MiI»iO.,,ie^din|«t "Welî&r,'beyond. Mudgee. ' lias wntterifto^eraplQydr, informing him of a succession of de^tbA^m\his;[amdy. His three sons; of the respective, ages^qf nine, five, and three years, had recontiy died . within a : period bf nine days:. The complaint, of which ? they died was described by tho fathor as ulcoratod throat. - . . . ' Mrf Philip' Levey, a tory, old and respec ?:. te'd-r'esiddnt of Sydney, died on Monday last ht an '-advanced ago. ^He was intorred on the'following; Thursday ; in tho Hebrew . Cemotory, Devonshire-street. &lt; Tho statue'of tho ïïouorablo W. C- Went ? . worth isHo be inaugurated on tho 21st June ? ?.'"next'afc'-the Sydney University. Mr.,, Janies. Martin, ..Q.O., will . deliver Hbo . inaugural oration.. . - . . . ,:v. .'. . ' A municipal conference balbeen, hold, to 1 '?consider.t...
COLONIAL GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862
COLONIAL GOVERNMENT SEOURI ???? . ' ? ? ' TIESA . v ? JNew South Wales 5 por cont.,: 1866,100 to 101 ¡ Victorian .6 per cent.. April and October, 105fto 105fV ; ? ' .The exports to Sydney/for tho'month amount to £210,487 against' £175,734 in . Fohruaiy and March, being an incroaso of ¿40,753, Tho largest ", proportion of this mcroaso is in pioeo goods j : shipments of apparol and wrought leather aro mnallor, also -bacon and malt. In spirits-rum,; boavy ¡ other kinds, average shipments ; beor, in built and cask, largo.
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862
?? ? ; PRUSSIA; ; . Tho Government hos reduced tho ' anny hudgofc. : ; A hard struggle isanticipated'" at' thé' ap- proaching elections, i :!i ? Tho Universities of Berlin and Bonn protested against a ministerial attempt to mfluenco .their votes. Great excitement prevailed at Berlin owing to the surreptitious publication of a confidonco tial lotter bf the Minister of Financo to tho War Minister. The letter contained an exposition . of tho difficulties of tho Go- vernment. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862
BE EP; B?ËF. MESSES. SABIM AND HANCOCK, BUTCHERS, QUEEN S T lt EE Ï, Still continue to SUPPLY the BEST ARTICLES at the following rates : Beef. Prime joints, 2^d., per lb. Second ditto, 2d., per lb. Inferior ditto, lí¿d. per lb., CASH at the block Quarters, l^d., per lb.-,'delivered. Mutton. y Hind and Pore Quarters, Cd? per lb., alternately/ X Legs, 6d., per lb. M n ff Loins, Gd., per lb. J . Shoulders, 6d., per lb. I Necks and Breasts, 4¿d.,-jper lb. r Veal/ 4d. per lb., round,. T Pork. Joints, 4id., per lb. . : By thc carcase or ? side flt for bacon, dd., - per lb. . Sausages. Pork, 5d. per ll).. Beef, 3d., per lb. THREE FARMS TO LET, on Alumy ,, Creek, neat' the property of Captain Wiseman. No. 1, comprises 95 acres, 14 of which are ..cleared, upon which ave erected a three-roomed 'SLAB-HOUSE on sleepers, 45 by 16í¡ feet, with brick chimney; two outhouses nod barn, 35 by 20 feet, floored with hajiflwoyd.' No. 2. comprise»/ 90^c¿^ 14 of which are cleared, and ty viüi me timber cut...