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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'s] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

? PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ?WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'s] Àvrivala during tho pnBt week havo not beau ovor heavy, and tho'prices of some articles have conse- quently advanced. Maizo is firm to-day, at 4s 3d to 4s 6d.. . I Hay lucerno is in somewhat bettor demand, ir primo : but it is almost .impossible to disposo of in- ferior. ; Wlioat, during tho first part of tho week', appeared slacker but tho morkot is firm 'again, and latest nd-' vices by private telegram from Adclaido it appears almost certain that formor quotations will bp fully maintained. , ' \ Flour, although rather dull ac tho'oommbncomoiit of the week, is now in brisk demand, witli an upward tondency. Wollongong but ter has advanced too, and i's in do .uiand at IB. 9d. "''.; Uacoh-63. to' 7d. per lb. for primo I.-.«"Barley,English-^-Bs. to.Gs. per bushol M. j'', '-Ditto Cojio-4s'to 4s*Gd' ' " -:' Bran-ls 4d to la Gd por bushol, in domand. I ' :: Butter-is 9d per lb. ' Cheese-3d to Gd ' - i . Iflour^flnest Town-£1...

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Clarence anb Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

? Clarence -anb. §icíjmoni) famtirn; TUESDAY, AUJÁVBTX J862. THE newB ;from > ho^ baa. ?been-of a.¡,mosfc,¿ distressing charaèter-.ono contíuupua round.of,>tro,ublpJ seems to, haye tvisited Hie shores pf Old England.' The frightful catastropliB,at, the Hartly Colliery tlie -.'Budden. ana^ ^Bad'deiiih'g'dëàtl^ of' the ^PWncelCprisprt, the^last,' but by no.- means leastf|ààtresHng' 'nowa» of tho < almost ;total ' suspohsiätilgof cotton;', and' the consequent stoppage of ;the cotton trade in. Lancashire, cannot but increase the...anxiety1 of all whp. take a lirely interest in tho wolfnro of our 'fatherland. Tliat.synipathy which so promptly evidence/!ijtçôlfin^the Qrimemi'wn^and; the; Indian toutinyrfca'^ tho colonies, who are to their credit ever ready to giro Rubstantial proofs ol'that love of coun- try which' is so powerfulau element in- the .character of the Saxoii-racë a characteristic which time servos to' cli^s.teri^and' distance renders nioro intense. . K * y &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

rriHiE. G. axtAJLTjfifiïft ^ïËÊËt COMPANVji Áe/ínW GRAFIO W> for SYDNEY, TO-MORROW (Wednes *ry) MORNING, at daylight. , THOMAS ÏISnES. Agent. .*!^-rw*»»iBT-. .- ? -.','..{?; ? jVTOTICE is hereby -given,, timk mtercfit . is allowed by this Bank on fixed dc . posits, namely :-- . ? ? ?? --.m^ ??'.,!.&> 1 On deposita for"12>monthyr4 per colt, per unnum. Á > / $ A ' On deposits for 6 ^nthsJT^.cerift pw; annum'. / . *r Ou deposits for,3 months, 2 percent. y,er. annum. / t, ; BANK POST BIÏ.LSVWÎUI Interest , adaed; nt th>:sB: rates- respectively, ave. ißsucd'pay-, able to-order, ? ? <h':i . > ?....-,>?;? HEN Ry ?CUTHBERT, Manager. Victoria-street, Grafton.- \ -, ? ; '' ,2 . WFIJÍEWO 0\0 . AíTOVÍENDERS fol the supply irf ÂfflÉBT WOOD.\ Apply to P. L. v/RA8ERj Clarence- River Flour Mill. ^ \ 693 rANTED, 'ar VSMVANTY GIRL. Tor addre/ra/ni/ly -at the Examiner I Office, / / / \ 709 FOR SALE' AT ETONSWILL, « fl riiHÉ: WELL-KNOWN JHB' IMPORTED TROT- ! ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

. ?? " IMPORTS. : ?? Augwt 2¡-Grafton,"'.(s.),'from Sydney tf-l-,ernten SO.I^jDo^rä^U^^fs,'''?'. vM'Fiidden ; .2 .cafes, 1 frutó^4'i^Kl,6«iÍKs!|iÍndriie<d.J^ clo|lies.: lines, 6 kegs hails, %^|01^'iù>àd^:3,bni;^lw..i!^nà^l. '_mè'. tacks',' ,1 ¡jasé 8fiovd8,'!Í^o|BB oseSti'^.uÄdle.jiandlövlö bugs gugari lialf-cliwts tfi», . V keg' Vinegar,'1 »I-; casa pickles1,1 1 oas^'jains; 'lfcá»p' ourrártts, 1<" one' rai'sins,l caso blue, 1>'CB°IIG soap,:l Vasa sardines,:! ? caso .-salmon,; 2 boxesgaudies,! l'casq old.;.)&ni,',v!, rkeg\ rum, 1.;~¡>P*, ,; pip^iibarrérappleaj -i b'ágs^alt, 1 bag rice,'1 bundle 'mwt^-Sib't^i^^nrn^ovimiy'.'ii' bundles lids, '1 grind-' etoiie, 2 blindies bnokobijM bundle ropo, 60 îiàgs flour, 1 box t ob'á'cüo.í Hi ru n rand*\V"akoBeld ; . 12; pnokages; Jurnituro, Passenger, Tlregrúra, J,iPagoj 15-buudles iran,.2 grindstones,,l.oask whiting,'! buudlo .rakes, 1. ? can kerosene* oil,1 bundle broquie, V-bundlo; pan's, 1 bundle forki^...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

: MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. . THURSDAY. PuESENx: Aldermen - 'Lardner (chairman), Payne,; Gilmore,'M'Fadden, and-Jonea. - . ! '. ' MINUTES. i;'K!:K'" ' " ' " The minutes of the lhat meeting were read and confirmed. : ? ' . NOTICE or MOTION'. '. Alderman Payne to move,-" That applica- tion be inade to the Government that the Eace course be. vested in the Municipality, as* tr permanent recreation ground - and ' race- course." ,\ . \ -:' "; .LETTEHS. . A letter was read from the Surveyor General's office, informiug tho Council that the Government hod been! pleased to accede to their request by reserving, half-áñ-acu'o at the north-west corner of. block 7, to give nccL'SB to Spring and Cowan streets, South Grafton. A letter from.Mr.iBuckland was also read, stating;that the price for nine inch boro vitrified pipes was 2s. per foot; and for twelve inch, 4B. per foot, , PAYMENTS. Tho Town Clerk's , salary, and the bills for printing and stationery amounting to £10 10s. Cd. were ordored to bo paid....

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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 expressed. THE BURIAL GROUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

OEHGlMÀL COñRESPOMDENCE. j Oüli columns ure open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities ; but wo, aro not ^responsible for opinions ex- pressed. ? . * -i;, VV: .. : . ? ' .!? ; THIS- BUBUIi GBOUim .'?. TO TUB BOlTOB'OV'VnB.EX&UINBtt.:'-: . 'Sm,-Cnn anybody iiifo't-in us whctber.thoro is a sur- veyed lane of twenty feet wide running', through tho ^,uriol(lgrou^(í,?..jBf|iigí ln'^%^i)c{^l|bji)i^|ipo^;i^n Sunday last, I jbhïod a ' co ;.pniiy Aviló .'woro .waiting tho performance of tho burial service, and. coiriing-'Mo tho usual gate of ontráncepfoúnd it' looked, and a new. fenco running uoross, without evoii tho courtesy of a. slip rail, livery ono knows timfc this usual entrance gate is the only accessible olio in. wot woather.. And oan liny one tell us why three out of tho four doiioini-, nations provided for should bo compelled tb travel a considerable tiistonco by tlija: ])ieco of discourtesy, if -indeed it bo lîpt ebmclhingiuoro. I a...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

SYDNEY. (From the Hei'dld) y THE GovEnyq» is CHIEF.-His Excel [loncy Sir John Young returned to -Sydney I on Tuesday evening by tho last train from Campbelltown, after a week's visit to tho ! Illawarra district. The visit was entirely, a private one, and consequently no opporr tunity was afforded to the inhabitants of that district of . offering a formal welcome to lus Excellency in InY vice-regal capacity. Tho Pr'emior, Mr. Cowper, paid a flying visit to tho Illawarra district last week, re- ceiving quite ;iin ovation at tho hands of tho inhabitants., of that favoured locality. During vhis,- stay ho was ^roáented With several addresses, expressing welcome, .'and acknowledging the great attention uniformly , paid by tho Government to thé wants'of the .district. ' ' -.< :' ";; Tho great discussion ^oii the second reading í of Mr. Cowper's Bill tb Prohibit Future Grants of public money for Public "Worship was concluded cm Thursday night,.when the. second : ' " '" tioii ^ili...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

C H E Q U E LOST. npEN' SHILLINGS REWARD. - Lost between Strontian Park und Grafton,. u cheque on the/ Australian Joint Stock, Bank, Grafton, foißm, lös. (id., drawn by ,f Anderson,. Oamupe/, and Co.," in favour of« Mr. Enlcleoji /p/yment of the ch'eqiyv has'been;stopped'' VTlie ^n'nderonvbWngin&i. 'llítj'stñftej.to- thaíExaminer.Office',, will, ic,-> ,ceivc, ttlie'above reward, ^ , .713 . ANTED, a GARDENER, or AGRICULTURAL' LABOURER who understands th/cuKure of thc vine, and thc .management J« fiyit trees. Apply to Mr. WILLIAM ROBERTSON, the Hermitage, near' Grafton. 711 TTMIBREY'S COACH/ -y The " TÚlc graph " will le/v/Uniroyal Hotel, every SUNDAY a/jYaifdJ?, for thc June-, fion> Inn1. Pares :-^rhcre and back, 2s. Children, half-pric^ ..... . TEMPUS FUG-IT ! TffiE FLIES I ! IG H T ,D AYy O M NAME NT AL CLOCKS, a/ (lis.) fifteen shillings E cáeli, nt T1IOM/Y& j^VVVDEN'S Auction Rooms/ next thu Examina' Office. 726 CIRCULAR. -Having commenced busi- ness in this...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. AN EVENING HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

ORIGINAL POETRY                 BY HENRY KENDALL     AN EVENING HYMN.     The crag-pent breezes sob and moan where hidden waters glide,       And twilight wanders round the earth with slow and shadowy stride;     The gleaming clouds, above the brows of western steeps up-hurled,           Look like the spires of some fair town that bounds a brighter World ;             Lo ! from the depths of yonder wood, where many a blind creek strays, The pure Australian moon comes forth, enwreathed with silver haze ;   The rainy mists are trooping down the folding hills be-' hind,       &...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 5 August 1862

SMALL DEBTS COURT.   BEFORE Captain Hill, P.M This was an action for was contended by plaintiff that the defendant had made himself answerable for the above   amount, for one Hill, but failed to prove his case, and was not suited. Mr. Michael for plaintiff ; Mr. Barker, for defendant,   Thomas Arnold was brought up charged with drunkeness, and was admonished and dis-   charged.     POLICE COURT, --On Friday there were only two cases on the list, one of assault, and another under tho Master and Servants' Act, but neither party appearing the cases were   struck off the, sheet.  

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COMMITTAL OF A BANK MANAGER FOR EMBEZZLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

COMMITTAI/ÓF À BANK MANAGER FOB EMBEZZLEMENT. Henry Watson Oliver, bank manager, was brought before ' the Central Police Court, .Sydney. on Tuesday, last, porsunnt to remand, charged by Jbhn\II., Gilchrist, secretary of ' tho Bank of New South "Wales," with having, " nt Bathurst, between theßthMay and the 15th July, being' 'a servant of the Bank of New South, Walos^by vjrtue of his employment . received and taken into his possession certain ; moneys amounting to £1052 12B.' lld., and a furtnier'sum of £960,'.the moneys of his Baid employers; and said sums did fraudu ' - lently - embezzle, steal, take and carry away. Mr. Itoberts, instructed by Mr. Bowden, .conducted the prosecution ; Mr. Garrott, of ^.Tottle and Garrett, watchod the evidence on hehalf of the prisoneri - ;'.''/John' H.' Gilchrist "identified the prisoner ''.referred ^b*ih his information's. ? ?; ' : u - Holyoake Wood, 'clerk in Bank of New . " JSoutJi Wales, Sydney, deposed : In June last I ¡' iwasítellor's assistant...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

.w-í -yr-"A :.: M; EXPORTS.' ' ' ' >"> '>'?' f ' ' .AugÚBt 0.-flrafton, (s.),v,ibr Sydney :' 1036 bñg's maize, 5 casks tallow, 38hide8) 6boxoâ,ègge,;3 coops poultry, 21 bunohes.bananas, 1 package .copper, and sündrics." . , '

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SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

SYDNEY LABOUR .MARKET. . - Tho rocont numerous arrivals of immigrants by the Hotspur and other means of conveyance, have .abun- dantly supplied our marist iwith servants of .s, good description. The demand for labour is brisk,Ynîren gagemonts can be mudo at thc nubjoined. rates of wages. J íoiualo servants of the requisito experience and ; elm ractor are etill scarce. . ,. , , . The current rate of wages' aro as per subjoined lisli, -viz., with board and lodging or hut 'robin mid' rations', .per'annum' /"'",'. 'J '? ,./'' ;. "''? '; '.'?'; " .' ' ";'.': Per nnniim. """ * Married Couples . ... :'. -;.v 45'. to GO'. " : Grooms ... ... ... 35/.'toGO/, - ' ' Gardeners.., ... ' ..; '40/;to 62'. ' ' Coaohmon... . ' ....'? . 83/. to 50/. . ' Form and garden labourers ... 30/; to 85', : ' Snrvoyora' men ' ,.; ... 40/.,to.507. ; Boadmaltors ... ? ... 40'. to £50. V t' Ploughmen and stockmen 35'. (0 40'. ; - .Blabksmilhs nnd civpcnters ... : GO', to 807. , » Shopherda,.. . 1 . '...,,30'. lo 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

FOR AUGUST. BI A PEAOTIOATÍ FARMER. IK TIIK FIELD,-Plant potatoes and mangold wurzel. , .

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

Mi TnosrAS BAWDEN roports that at Iiis polo of willis, spirits, and goncralmcrohanclise; ut. Sullivan's, 'it nv, on Friday lust, thorp was ii 'fair attendance ,of bi-.vúi'ú, and ' tlio :prices realised woro in somo iii> aices very' filip.' Bum was pln'cod at' 18s'; per ¿a Icu ; sherry, a t ils. Gd. port, Iis.' ö<l.!; brandy,' ¿OÍ. ¡ old tomi per 'caso, '38s. ¡ Bass'1 ale;,piiits, SP. (¡1 j' GbineiV/'stott^iqtj'arlii,. 12sl .Gd; ; "St'ough-' ton's bitters, linlf-'pmÍ3,'l(¡¡i.:; pickles; ' qiiurta,,Feasts, 12«. Ö.I. i bottled fruits (Batty's); 13s;; öd ' Eiirthen-l W,ehiim,'»nd glass al average rates;' cbrisidpriiig. it. being a cash salo. \ '.',' .''' ' ''.'

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

Clarence Än^L^ic&iiUJni-/^ I : TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1862. .THE, science of statistics is SD intimately re-; latcd.to social and political, progress; ,that it is impossible to. deal with these questions without un acquaintance with: the . facts which thc science ; supplies. ¡In. Belgium and Prussia . we . find, organised statistical departments, ever engaged in the collection of facts, on behalf of the State, by which ¡thc .machhi^eryi of .governnient performs its 'work¿:.¡ The'lptsv.whicrí' the, science , sup- plies arc. of universal application, they W i'm--' nish data %iwhicli'vthe chimeras rof highly imaginative' "politicians may be corrected,' and by which the accuracy oí; reasonableness of opinion may be estimated. 'j ? ; We congratulate the colony - oh. the com- pletion of the records of the census of. 1861 -six hundred and .sixty-nine 'pages of closely printed ''?figures;- 'declare to those who' ' haye time and: inclination Ito; wade through tliem,; all the :facts'.' w...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

SKIPPING INTELLIQEKGE. August 8.-^Urará (B.)¿:400 tons, Captain' ?\yiscmnn, from-Sydney 6th, and Nowcastlo 7th';jiiBtftnt'. ' Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. M'Bouald, Mr. and Mrs. Irby and fnmily (0),. and servant, Miss Shoeroiy Messrs. Howitt, Devonald,. Wray, Robertson, and 24 in the Bteerago. 1or Port Macquarie Mrs. Becke.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

DEPARTUJIJÎS. ... . August G.-Grafton (a.), 240 tons, Cap- tain H. Creer, for Sydney. Passengers Mr. and Miss Ogilvie and two servants, Mr. C. M.A. Shannon, Mr. Green, and 12 in the «teernge.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columsn are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. THE C. & R. R. S. N. CO.'S STEAMERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

mgr--. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Otrs ooliimng .aro opon to all writora who refrain .?'i (eo:a tho U9o of virulent language or personalities ; ! but wa aro not responsible for opinions oi" ; pressed. . .. f , . ... . : $ TTIB a & E. R. S. N. co.'S, STEAMERS. tí ! TO. TUE EDITO» Ol' THE. BXA3IINEB. , fS inj-Pûrinit -.me:, .töj call, (lie ? attention , of your tocadora' to a matter materially affecting not only roiy j private/interest', but. tue trade of- Grafton' ïgonèially. ' Th'ö Urara has brought a variety of OTooçls, consigned to ray wharf, which Mr. Fisher illus Tefiiacd either to allow hov. to deliver there; or Ifo sbnd on by the Ulmarra; although tho delivery jiff Roods at Collie's Wharf is admitted.'1'' '? t- T;hp whole'fóf Hho: country trade is leaving pHrafton iii iavou'r of '{Kb, Elbow, ' indeed tkoro 'is Uhardly a tsam'frqm'C^raftpn now running1/, I havo îlakon atops to bring baclc this trade, and' all' tho ¡¡¡principal, shippers .of tho Tenterfield; and'; New ?iug...

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QUEENSLAND. (From the papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

' Q U E E N; S L A N D . . (From tho papers.) , TIiQ Eoy. W. M'Ginty, Inte pastor of the Roman Catholic Church', Ipswich, has been excommunicated by tho Bishop., in con- sequence of his contumacy in refusing to give Up certain property belonging to the church. His co^trusteos, Messrs. O'Sullivan and Gorry, haye ; resigned' their trusts under a threat of excommunication in a week. According to the half-yearly report of tho Ipswich. Cotton Company, it appears that they,haye mado arrangements to, plant' fifty acres next 'season, in addition to" tho ninety now under cultivation. .Tho thirty bales of cotton which thoy lately shipped contained G28G Iba. of cotton. . , Tho Hov. Mr. Bailey and his wife whilst proceeding from Ipswich to Toowoomba on horseback, got off the road and were lost iii tho bush for two days and nights., They had nothing to eat but some of " Thbrloy's food for cattle." Fortunately they had tho means of mnking a fire, and as the weather was fine, did not Buffor, imper...

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