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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.] THE ROADS—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862
v.-^v-fr U E. M A lill A. [FJlOît OUtt OWN nEPOBTEB.^ . À rpiiftic MEimNa convoiicd by tho Eoad Trusts, was held nt the Ulmarra Hotel, on Thiu-sday evening, ta.arrahgc on what roads the Bum of £260 granted by Govornment Bhould bo oxponded.'' V V - ' '. The moeting was Veiy-numorously attended, tho large roQin^being \we11 filled, while numbers remaincd^óutside. unable to obtain admission.' / \ ....."?'/ ? On tho motion of Mr. Gr. BLANCH, Mr. W. E. Bayldon, .T.P. was called to tho oliair.. The CHAIRMAN said in oponiug the business of the ovening, it aflbrdod him greatploasuro to preside over soilarge aíi assemblage. Tho business they «liad mot 'to conduct was very clear and concise, aridTib trusfod would bo grjuo tlu-ough in such a nVnucr, ns would re- flect credit upon thom. The matter had been beforo them pu a formor occasion, but owing tosonioin-egularity, the majority of tho Eoad Trusts, had thought fit to calí tho presont meeting, and ho was now prepared to reçoive rosolutions'fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862
? '. . Executive Council Office, Sydney, 16th June, 1863.* \T O T I C E . - ALIGNMENT OF PltlN CE-STREET, GRAFTON. His Excellency the'Goyenor, with the advice1 of the Executive ;Coúncil¿ directs it to be notified in conformity with the provisions of the Act of Council 3, Victoria, No. 2, that thc breadth of the carriageway and foot- ways of thc Street called Princo-Strect, in'the Tomi of Grafton, shall be those set forth in thc annexed. Schedule, and that conse- quently it will not be lawful for any person to: erect any building within ' the said'dis- tances so set forth from thc kerbstone, or exterior edge of tlieiaid footways, .as',,deli- neated on thc Plan submitted to His ' Excellency and the Executive Council, in conformity; with thu said Act) , which said Plan lies at the Office pf thc Surveyor General, for the inspection of the public. By His Excellency's Command, , CHARLES COWPER, JUN., G06-,. Clerk of the Council.' SCHEDULE EEFElffiED TO. Frmoc street. . Department of Lands...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
.Tilly aQfT-"íra,taj(8.), fpFSydijey : '.1039 bngs maw, 125 hide»,'^packages bncon¡.8,drumB oil, 6'disks 2 cáS/dá'sú.tídríéí", ?.' 246 ounces gold, 2 horses,'! 7. boxes éggâ',i6!:eb0psip,oultryinhd~«und)7',paçkage8,.i-.'i : i '. .).;!'?'Tiîf .. .' >'. i .-i'-. i- i
RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
July 19-~Coraln and , Sea Gull, from , . J)S|?.UtTDnKa. ? ; July 22. -- Helen, Voluuteor, "Wave of 'Life,1 and. JanoVSommorville, for Sydney ; jáne.íbV'^úwcastlo : Cyclone, for Mel lío^ár ^^luly, 23.r- Gem, for Melbourne. ^lievlTrara :leifc Sydney on Wednesday, ?K^k'nstle ftè. ll'SO on'Thureday, crossed tlio 'liaf'^t '11-30 'a.m. on Friday, and arrived at: . "Fmlier'à'Wflarf, Grrafton',at'5'30 p.m. same The ?TJi;rirfl¿&lt;fpr-íSy'dnéy}"cro8Bed' the har on "Wedneadiijvai' 2-30 p.m., and waa sighted at 3'JpTtnCöa iTÍüirs'dayVi?lf; Moona Point. , -T^.;fltttfton.:M..aydDey..at. 10-30 p.m., on Wednesday,';and Newcastle at 2 p.m. on Thursday f "crossed the bar at '6*80' a.m. on' Saturday, and arrived at" Fisher's wharf, at f2-3övp.in. fianiß day. The Grafton expe- rienced inodorote westerly ibreeeos . as far as .Smoky Gape, and from thence to tho bar '^stipag, northerly breezes with fine weather. . ^he Grafton was detained dt'Newcasllb, being 'unable'tb obtain cool ; and 'after wa...
THE CULTIVATION OF COTTON IN THE HUNTER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
THE CULTIVATION OF COTTON IN THE : , HUNTER DISTRICT. THE gratifying intelligence that Mr. NowlanV cotton lina neon pronounced tho Lost in the World's Exhibition, and Unit the samples exhibited by Messrs. Viiidiu'nnd Hickey hnvo won high, conn mendation from tho judges, cannot fail' to stimulate other growers to porsevoro in the cultivation of the plant in tho Hunter District, abd will probably induce ninny, moro to\embarlr in \lho .enterprise. As the tiniö is nt haiid'whon tyoao ^ho havo such intentions should (carry them into effect-for the heat season for planting, is iii tho^monthá of August and September-vra tako\an carly oppor- tunity of giving additionnP»publicit,y to tho fol- lowing hints to cultivators winch 'wero drawn up some time ago hy Mr. Nowlnn, awl circulated with the seed distributed by thc Messrs. Vindin : Tho Season for Planting. - Tho proper timo for planting colton is as early in tho spring aspossible, when tile frosts aro over, . Tho Soil and its Preparation.-O...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
SHIRP1IÍQ INTELLIGENCE. . û\ i i » _ _ . : 'p^1, VÍAKIÜYALS. . , August 2.-r-Grafton (H.), 2-10 fons, Cap- tain H. Cíeor, from* Sydney 30th and New- castle 3l8t ultimo. Passengers-Mesara. Itorron, Peel, "Reynolds, Overell, Ogilvie, ?Mrs. AVakefield, and 19 iu the steerage.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
.OBPAUTUBTîS.-. '" .Tulyu 30.-Urara, (N.), '100 tons,Captain Wiseman, for Sychioy.. rPflasoii^ere-rJucîgô; Francis, Miss Collins, Messrs. Hewitt, Croft, Wray, Evans; Dovonald, Driscoll, ¡ Hitéhens, v- and 13 in the steerage. . .
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
v :í : ; MELBOURNE. . ' Í .i I Particular's "of the" capturo: of the three bushrangers'at ¡Tea reached Melbourne .by way¡of Blmprer* AV. desperate affray took placo, ^ne'bùshranger hoing killed. ?. ;. The cap- ture was.eifpcted hy constable* Burk, assisted by,' Gerard, a/squatter, and'son,'and Walker. Three others were said to be in the neighbour* hood connected with tho gang.'. The; mah, who -was shot J's reported io be like the; description given of (gardiner. A" Government ? reservoir at Beechworth has burst, causing heavy loss. LI THE'TDBF.-The following was tho betting 'last night at the Subscription Boom at the, Albion hotel îH-fJhampion Eace--100 to 20 against íArohor (taken) ; 100 to 6 against Nun (taken) ; 50 'to 50 on Colonel against Clive.-Melbourne Cup-200 to 10 against Ebor (taken) ; 200 to 10 against Camden (taken.)-Jockey 01ubHandicap--100 td 12 against Elying Buck (offered):;, 25, to- 25 on Elying Buok against Carisbrook,-Melbourne Herald, July 22nd. ' ' DuBATtoN OF ...
BRISBANE. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
.Î ??? BfiISBANE ." (r *->... ; - - Thursday, 4 p.m. Loss OF THE Bnio. ^CiiiKDAtE.-Tho brig Kirkdale, Williams,-'-master,' from Launces- ton to Colombo, in ballast, was wrecked on the 19th instant,' about twenty miles to the northward. of .Cape Moreton. . Five; of . the crew- have arrived at the pilot station,'.Cape Mproton in aTioat. The captain and six men had landed on the coast. No lives appoai; to have'been lost. ' Tho brig Kirkdale, mentioned in .Thursday's' telegram, was driven by strong; soiith: winds about fifteen miles south of Low Head, and afterwards, from some cause unknown,- caught Jiro, and "was hurnt to the water's edge. iThè^Capiain . and: the' re- mainder of the crew of the brig Kirkdale.have reached Brisbane all well. / . . ; A large meeting was.,, held on Tuesday evening for the purpose of, raising funds to assist in relieving the distressed English'work- men. , His Excellency tho Govornor presided. It. was resolved to apply subscriptions to- wards defraying t...
AUFRUF AN ALLE DEUTSCHEN DES CLARENCE UND RICHMOND DISTRICTES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
AUFRUF >ÀW ALL TV DÉUT3CHEN DES CLAUEN CE UND RICHMOND. DISTRICTEB. TO TtlE JÎDITOB Oí THE 3ÎXAMINEK. ?? ; ¡ Nachstehender, von einem Deutschen in Sydney .v'ori'ásstó und hn^Syihiey Morning Herald, '. erschienener ; Articled wird jedem Deutschen : zur1 Nnehuchtung' .herzlichst empfohlen und bemork't," 'dSs?rjetíe,,"feolbst dio kloinato Gabe mit Dank entgegen geuominon wird yon den Horren: Pfarrer Selwyn and James Pago.-. Deutsche Landsleuto ! Worn der Sohrei unver- schuldeten Uriglueuks a.ud. grpsBor Noth zu den Ohren des Deulsehön dringt, BO wird Bein Herz von . don ?Gefiiehlen dos Milleida und (1er Ohrislon-liobo orfuellt und br (incit es l'iior BOÍUO heilige Ptlioht, dcr.Noth, seiner Mitniensohçn, zu welcher Nution sie ouoh immer gehooren moegon, nacli Ej-aufton zu steuern Als Ungarn durch jene gracsslicho Uebersohwomniing litt, die don grossen Vorlust au Monsohonlobon und: Eigenthum im Gefolgo hattoj, «ls Hamburg von jener1 sohrecklioh'en 'Feuersbrunst 'heimgesucht wurde .,; ...
NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
: 'NEWCASTLE. THE MhîEflS.-À, ineqtüig between -tho BUpéi'intendent and manager of tho A. A. Companyiànd their.>miners .waa held at the Borehole, on .Tuesday,last. Tho miners evinced-a,determination to; accept tho con- ditions offered in Maj', viz., 4s. Gd. per ton, . Init.tha-tftr.ms nB to ibo rondiMono offered, by. ...the. A. A,, Company were 'considered quite out'of tho question, as,they embraced so many restrictions quito incompatible with the cause1 of the!TJuion. . All' hopes of a compromise Beern farther off than; evor. . .! . : Monday 3 pun. . .. A numerously-signed requisition has been forwarded to tho Mayor asking him to call a public'meeting for thoi purpose of endeavour- ing tb bring about a settlement of the dispute between' the¡''A. 'A. ' Company and their miners."' ? >''? . Tho meeting will-be held at the Court-house .on Thursday next.
HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
. ' HOSPITAL MEETING. tji THE committee met at the School of A,vts, on'Friday evening. Present :-Mr. Alfred Lardner, J.P., (chairman), Ko v. A. a E. Selwyn, Messrs. Michael, Lawrence, G-ilSije, French and Pago. ; g?.? ... 'P' : The minutes of thei previous'meotingiiâre read and confirmed. * , ?: ' ?) '. 'gt.. , Mr. French paid in a cheque for ' £4 $0s., the proceeds of tho roasted bullockyvMr, , W. II, H. Beche, £1 ls. ; ;Mr. A., .Laruner¿ £2; Mr. J. E. Chapman, £1; andf\Tr? "WYA'/B. Greaves,Bl.-. . > . .M.:. ""' ItEPOKT. ' ; The chairman read the following report;?-^. As the most difficult part of our business, :; that'' of ^raising funds for tho building is now happily surmounted, tho duties of tho provisional q}m-4 [ nutted aro nearly accomplished, and thc taine.'ap-,? -preaches when porruanent officers should;* no, 'elected, and tho necessary -steps'"'token' : to "form-! them into an incorporated body, which: willMj-j liove ns of considerable personal responsibility.!;, '.' T...
RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
BtECIIM^iriîIVBItî. [FROM ODII COHRESPONDEST.] .... TOT AT; : DESTRUCTION OF THE , BALLINA LOOK-UP,BÏ ÏME,-On Saturday morning', the 26th ultimo, the lock-up at Ballina, was totally destroyed by fire. It appears from ¡ .tho information, that has reached us, that, Mr. Andorson, the eousrable in charge,' before retiring to rest on Friday evoning, extin- guished the kitchen fire, and saw that all was Bafo, as was ,his usual wont. Aboiit one o'clock on Saturday morning, he was aroused by the noise of. the^flntues ; and so rapidly .did the devouring element:, spread, that it only allowed him jûst time enough to re- ! .move his wife and family in their night- clothes. The alarm was immediately given, and assistance having arrived, the neighbours at some risk, succeeded in saving the Govern-, ment documents,' nnd a few articles, The rapidity of the fire . mny he imagined when wo state that ia half ^au hour from the alarm being giveç '.the Avliplo^bujflding was levol with .the gromidpUcmdin...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SELLER—SMALL—At Woodford Island, on the 23rd July, by special license, by the Rev. John Garven, Thomas T. Seller, Esq., of &nbsp; Newton Boyd, to Harriet, fourth daughter of John Small, Esq., sen., Woodford Island, Clarence River. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
FREE CHURCH, GRAFTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
FEEE CHURCH, GRAFTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. &nbsp; SIR— We, the undersigned, trust you will grant us space in your valuable journal, to reply to the follow &nbsp; &nbsp; ing paragraph, purporting to emanate from the pen of the ''Grafton Correspondent" to the EMPIRE :— "We are badly off in this locality for the want of a Presbyterian minister. We have just had a visit from the Rev. Mr. Allen McIntyre of the Manning, &nbsp; &nbsp; and gave him a "call." All the Highlanders, or nearly all on the river, were highly pleased with Mr. Allan's gifts. By the way, there were some six or seven dissentients from the call, parties who would fain officiate themselves in the Gaelic language, for they do not understand English, and therefore they think the English speaking Presbyterians ought to provide for themselves separately." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Kotvj Mr. Editor, jib do^not inforid tb trouble your readers with u long com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
T CAMPEE L L'S One pound of good' English jam,- for ls. One pound of dried apples, for 6d.: One pound of the best currants, for Gd, One pound of prime Scotch oatmeal, forded. One pound of Patna rice, for 3d, One bottle of fruit, for 10|d. ' . And five hundred other BAIIGAINS for CASH, AT CAM PRILL'S,' HEAPS OP CAL1QD, -from dd. per yard ; now is t^tim^to buy, before the ncxtmuil comes/m, \vfion, on account of the immensef qugjitity M cotton ? burned/àn 1 America,' a 'great ytfe must tako;place, ;T '. Have yuu seen pe 'Winceys, : at^d^p'tjiv yard? ry ,'...-Ü ..ir...;" : ? . Bargains for Cash . AT CAMPBELL'S, CLARENCE RIVER STOEES, PEIN OE-STREET, GRAFTON. WHEELER & WILSON'S NEW IMMIOVED FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. np HE DISTINGUISHED FEATURE ¡4-1 of this Machina is the making of the | TIGHT LOCK STITCH, by 'the ROTATING HOOK, an improvement | on the shuttle, by which heavy and noisy | action is avoided, and which renders it NOTED ABOVE : ALL OTHER MACHINES, for its simplicity and...
ARMIDALE. (From the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
Aimil* U.K. (From the Express.) FREAK OP NATURE.-A 'correspondent informs us that last weeli, at the Tia, out of ll pigs littered hy a sow theró was one having seven soperate and distinct legs. Inside the twp ordinary fore; legs were two more, and between them there was au anal aperture resembling the urethra of a hog pig, while, immediately in front of: the two superfluous legs was another leg. Between tho ears there i was. a patch, uncovered by skin, and tho head was of rather, a, singular shape;' There : . was' nothing remarkable about the hind, part of the animal, which was a female. It was alive when littered, but died soon after. :, ACCIDENT.'-A ' few days' ago a girl aged about seven years, daughter of Mr. 0. Byan, dislocated one of her shoulders while at play. Her parents were not aware bf it for two days; they then took the child to Dr. Spass hatt, who replaced tho shoulder, and. the patient is recovering. ARREST.-Tho following information may be of service, tb some parties...
THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
: THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE, . THE following striking representation of the destitution 'in tho^manufacturing districts iu the North ofvEnglandys waken from the ?Iiöndon Times^qt 2^th Moy.\ - ;' v " There is- di^ré3s\n;the;Nôrth ? of Eng- land.1 It!makes'littlé noised It has nb' im- portunate spokesman'in Parliament. It is 'established by figures. In a comparison of the persons receiving relief in the first , and second weeks of this month, it 'appears that in eleven unions, with a total of 75,060 paupers, the number lias increased by 2020. The 'unions are hot those' ' Tvhieh ' Bbowed an increase in thelas^publishedicqniparison, for there is a caprice iiíthesé thiçgà They are Ashton'-nnder-Lyii^',®irWinglfei^Blackburn, Burnly, Ghoi-l ton, Mánclrester^reston, Eoch dalo, Salford, Stockport, and i^igau. Adding the increase tb'tlie original number,- we; find thatiri .these'unions.thero wore;* at tho last account, 77,080 recipients bf relief." Every- body acquainted1 with ' tho manufact...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862
TAEIETI'BV ¡ i HUMAN LIFE;-The y. average ? . length i of human lifo is under 30 years. One quarter die proyious to the age of 1 ; one half before reaching ; 17. ' Only- .ono. 'of every 1,000 . persons;reacbo8 100 years. . Only, six ; of every 100"reaches the age ¡of 65,. and not moro than ono in500 lives to 80 years of age. ; Of vthe whole population on the globe,' it is estimated.that 90,000 die every. day ; about 3700 every hour, .aud 60 every minute, or on&'every. . Second. ' These losses aro more than 'counterbalanced-by the number of births. ' The married are longer lived than the single. ' The average '. duration of life in civilized countries is greater now than in any anterior 'period. Macaulay, the historian, states that in the year 1685-not au un-1 healthy, year-the deaths in England wore os'one tb 20, but in 1850, one to 40. ? Dupin, . awell-known French writer, states that the average duration of life in Franco, from 1776 to 1843, increased 52 days annually. ' T...