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

p:$liij&")täßfö^.-&n friday ievoníng, 25th ultimo, a'íjoy-s8god 13 months of Mr. D. Collms'sí fell-in. aytubj of coiling waterj and ?was scalded.sô dreadfully.that ho died about seven hours afterwards^ , It appears that the mother had put the water in a tub in tho kitchen, andleft the child alono for amomcnt until she could get some cold water from tho well. On re-entering, she , found that the poor child had fallen, head foremost, into the scalding water. Tho franticmother snatched up tho child, when it was found that its hair had been partially 'scalded from the head and its sight destroyed. Dr. SpaBshatt did what he could for tho suffering, infant but its injuries were beyond remedy. " SPEED THE PIOUGII. "-On , Monday morning there was a busy and interesting scene on the ground of tho Rev. Mr. M'Car- . thy. Not fowor than twolvo ploughs were at .work,NmA" hdrbes and harrows waiting their tum ' bf, duty.Y Each ploughman took his land; and.tlie difforance bf skill/ ...

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GRAFTON SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

' AEÍ'ON ' ÖÖHÖÖL OF ARTS. THE. nnnual 'meeting of the pubscribers to: ,the-Grafton School of: Arts, was held on Friday evening, sin the hall of .the Institu- tion. ' ', :>V , , . Mr. A. LAHD'OT'II, J.P., occupied tho chair, and commenced tho business hy calling upon the secretary to read tho report. Mr: E. - G. LAMAS . read ' the following I'-'""; .KEl'OllT.- i( Tho committee}, in presenting their annual report, re-( gret. that tito School of »Arts has not presonted that activity during tho year which ought to clmructurizo audi nninetitution. \. \ Tho causes o{ that inactivity" are mainly dependant upon thö'/pathv'of Ihe intelligent portion of tho com- munity upon (ill ^kjattcrs'which concern intellectual', progress', and tho Exhibiten of that want .of a spirit of forbearance wliiohso materially'assists in these objects, the SUCCCSB of which depends so muohupon mutual co-operation. Tho - committee hope, ' however, that the elcotion to-night will romovo tho apathy, and placo the ...

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

MARRIAGE.         BOORMAN—BOWDEN—On the 31st July, by special license, at the Wesleyan Church, West Maitland, by the Rev. J. Oram, Mr.   Thomas Boorman, second son of Mr. James   Boorman, of Clarence River, late of Bolwarra, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. John Bowden, of Bolwarra.    

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

OAK DINING-ROOM FURNITURE. -Ex Hollin8ide.-Just opened for inspection, nt the show-rooms of the un- dersigned, a superb suite of Oak Dining room Furniture, unequalled by any former importation, comprising Oak gothic pedestal sideboard ! Ditto dinner waggon [Ditto dining-table, patent mrfvements^ on castors ^ '/, J J 12 ditto chairs, rich^co/erài iinpurple morocco / / 2 ditto easy chairs, and/sofaTto match, with down pillows, cotffplete. . JOHN HILL, /unior, and CO., im- porters, cabinet makers, and upholsterers, Australian Furniture, Floorcloth, Carpet, .and Bedding Warehouse, 100, King-street, Sydney. 717 DRAWING-ROOM, DINING-ROOM,! and other FURNITURE, ex Hollin side, and Primula : Drawing-room suites, in tabourets, damask, and repa ,, . fining-room lounges and easy-chairs LWjilhut-wood wardrobes, with plate-glass ^.centres - - - '.'Handsome chiffonieres, ¿ with marble tops and plate-glass backs Chiffoniere cabinets, with shelves Centre, occasional, reading, and candle ,tables , L...

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THE BURIAL GROUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

THE BURIAL GROUND. ' - , ; TO THE EDITOR OP THE EXAMINEE. : ,. '\ Sra,-pTpúr'correspondent"Oálbolic/y Bcems. tb is ono of thosó ty rannical loyers bf freedom, whoso idea' i of'libertyconsists in his'having tlie' power to oompel. other people'tb'db as he' thinks right. . Why 3s ho tb be- offended because' a certain denomi '.nátion óf Oliristians .tbiiik proper tb fence in- their own burial ground nt their own cost ? ? .. : I observo that ho does not' sign himself"JtOMAír Cathólio,"'and be'; would'do' well to' guard "himself against that spurious Catholicity "which consists in having a finger in every pie, and a nose in every mug. After suflloient : enquiry, I find that':, the fonce of whioh he speaks had its origin neither in a " spirit of intolerance nor ' of sectarianism, but iras ,; ereoted simply beoanBB there "were no othèr .'means''of prevent ing tlie inroads pf certain working bullocks, cows, arid, sivino of communistic tendencies, whioh were in the! habit of trampling upon ar...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writes who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. STATE-AID TO RELIGION.—RELIGIOUS BEGGARHOOD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OÜB columns aro opon to all writers who refrain' from tho uso of virulent language or personalities ; * but we ' oro not responsible for opinions ex- pressed. ? :, --« STATE-AID TO RELIGION.-RELIGIOUS BEGGABHOOD. . ' ' TO TUB EDITOB^OïVuiî IÎXAMINEII. SIB,-The letter of " Free Trade," in your issue of the 22nd ultimo, is of so mixed au'd doubtful a oharaóter that ono cannot help surmising it to haye been the production of one bf'those double-minded men,who are, as wo learnj" uriçtable in all their rways." Willi whpm-are^wb dealing ?-Is it a disciple of Tom Pfliío in {& cloaWofspiety, or a follower of Wesley, wljpso saltj^ath Jost Us savour, who, proffers this'unpleasant "cup, Mn Vhibh "Rum and true re- ligion ",, aro so: infelioitouslvmingled? , .. . Couched in English, not absolutely undefiled, We have flippant impiety, coupled with sanctimonious I profession of love for the truths of Christianity, and. flavoured with a strong spice of personal ande...

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

Grafton Volunteer Biflé Corps. ; MEMBERS of thelabovc CORPS: will ^ASSEMBLE for Musketry Instruct tion during thc week, nt. the NATIONAL SCHOOL ROOM, on ' TUESDAY, TP1URSDAY, and^FRIDAY EVEN1NGS;; nt 1 o'clock j 'and om the ' PARADE GROUND at<Lp.ni. on'; WEDNESDAY. Rifle alings will bc di^ontin/ucd until further notice. :. / / / ' . . . A LECTURE/'/i/ie General Prin- ciples of Musketry/' wifl bc delivered at the SCHOOL ROOM, by Sergeant REY- NOLDS, ..Battalion'; Instructor of II. M. 12th Regiment,'TO-MORROW (Wednes- day) . EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Thc public will bo admitted. V/. A. GREAVES, Captain. WANTED/a Fenvûle/ General Servant. Apply to/Mfs/LOWENTHAL, Free Trade HaMP/ivee-strect. : , 747 EOBERT NÍ G/ITTN GALE, . }??-.?? ? COMMERCMLHOTEL,' Wharñnger a/d/sWftpirA Agent, LAWRE/Î/E ^,OÉN;;''. © 1/ A ll 15 -ye E ? flt 5 V E M Ç\ . H ' U N T S M », BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, , OPP0SITE^SULLI\VN'S. WIUnF, ; VICTORIA-S^EJÍT, ^GRAFTON. Every. ncconii/od/ftioTuvcombined with clea...

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

.'',EIOffMOKD,ltIYEB.'' ; .?.['.-.:?. ' . < . Alli!! VALS. . July 20.-Josephhieyí'rom Sydney. \ .' OEFABXVXKS. . il uly 28.-Storm King, for Sydney. ; July 30.-Black Diamond, for Sydney. The ' Grafton, '. loft,' Fisher's1';Wharf at sk'a.m. on Wednesday, the 6th . instant, and crossed the har at noon, with light variable breezes and darli gloomy weather. ' /The Dart, for Sydney, crossed the bar afc 2 p.m. on Wednesday, 6th instant. . The -Urara - left Sydney on Wednesday, Nowcastlo at 1'20 ?p¡m j crossed the har at 2'15 p.u). on Friday, and arrived .at Fisher's ¡Wharf at 10*45 .p.m. same day. Tho Urara experienced moderate winds from tho south - '.ward and.weatwai'dj'witli, iinp weather during t' tho passage. ' ?'? Landed- a passenger at Port ,'. ! Mnrrjuarip.; Tho Gratton was sighted; two miles eouth of Long Island, où Thursday, at V' i-iQ pan. - ;! . t; ;?, " '7 0 - . ; J :,'. ; WvVr Kit TOMOK COUJIT, SYDNEY, FltllUY. . ; ,r-James Smilh¿ mastoi"; of the schooner , ?; Eliz...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

PRODUCE CIRCULARS; '?' ? WHOLESALE. ;../; .', ' ' ' [Atfninisotf/üAüi'iiiäiiii, AND.CO.V] ;- i j Arrivals during tho past '?' woek, havo:been-very I'licii'-y as "regards maize, and tho conséquence has been' i that although firm'"onSaturday',lust ot' 4s. 3d., und I upwards, this weeli it fell to Ss/lOd., nt'whioh. priée ''tho I irgo parcels',iii' havo been''cleared.' *'.., <...' i:v V'hbat remains without nltoration.y ' ' ? I! ty-Lucerno continues in fair demand1 for prime, r.t .fi 15s to XO lOs. i: !;, ' '.> >???? .>?>>. ?> ?> J.-=.rJ l lom-solls readily nfc quotations.' ' y -1 ' '? '' : jv; Wollongong butter is in' demand at .ls; 9d;,'with; tho prospect of a further advance. - ; ' ; ' Bacon-5d. to'Gd. per lb. for primo. ' ¡ ' Burley, Eiiglish--Gs. to 6s. por bushol , ',. ¡¡ Ditto,Cape-'M to.4s 6d] ,".. ""y . Bran-1B 3d to ls;4d pee bushel, in domarte! Butter-ls 6d to ls 9d por lb. ' ', Calvo3-fis to 40s cooli ? ;;. CliMao-3d to Cd ¡ ','?;. '." ; ' , ...

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

IMPORTS. , ; /AugustS.-riITrara ;(s.), from:Sydiioy ¡ IO bags rico, ..,'8,inateéúgár,-S^iagihcpd«: rani, -.1 hogshead porter,' ' ' 8 casks beer, ^iqimrtcí-enska sherry, 2 hogsheads 1, ^ , . 'q'uartoricóslt.bran'dy,-!- éaéo' fruits, I- me jami, IO' / . cases gin,,'4 half-ohests (ea, 2quarfér-oasks port , wine,' ' 2 boxes soap, -X caaes chorry, brandy,- 1 bog : ginger,, 1 hogshead alo, 2oaec3 b¡tters,!20'bógi' flour,' P.! Sui .( livnn ; C7 pieces iron, 1 ^alo ropo, 0 kegs nails, 1 qask,' i Í Stables, 1 oasoj Froneh and . Wray ¡'.'18-öascs oilmen's. stores, 2 cases confectionary, 42 mats sugar, 1 cask ^blacking, 2 oaacsxi!, 1 cass sauce, 1 tiorco earthen , '.;'warp,"2 'cases, ;l,iuind]i) buckets,' 1 bundle, /-jW B. %'-Campbell y 5' casos j gin, VI hogshead brandy," J. IV . ÏJones,V 122 bags rice, 21 bagsr sugari 13' bags salt, 2, cases boots, 2;CUSCB druMry; 1 wat dates, 3'o!io5ts ten/ " ' < 3 cases gin, 1 parcel tobacco, 33 bagB fíour, '2 ¿asea ? sundries, l qùartcr:cask po...

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN KING-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

? j DESTRUCTIVE iPip;;m-;;KIK^ ! .VN:r ..-..:=' .; ? STREET.i , SHORTLY,after: six .o'clock on;Sundny morn- ing dense j volnmcsof smoko were .observed .issuing front the upper, portion of a building in'Bauld Court,',of King-stroet, occupied as a wholesale ." drug 'storo^by Messrs: t John, and' EdwaWSBofy ? Seen nt\so unusual, an hour and oùv'suçh ntday, Jjttlo *doub,fc,existed as to tho ^causp.iaud almostim'me'diately afterwards, .thobursfcing'for^h of «llames verified the ap- prehension' that tho building was on fire. Thore wore few people, about at. tho timo, but the.alarm having boen' giyen, and significant, tones, bf; tho fire bell,speedily attracted; a large ; concourse of persons to the scone ,of danger. ? ' Tho engines pf. tho Fire, Insurance and the'Volunteer Companies were promptly got, into, requisition, .and. it .is. mainly: owing tpithoir^tron^ 'supplemented by .valuable voluntary:-assist-' auce..fiom..bystandors, that the r, oxtpnsivo :block 'of -,buildings ; in George,...

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

/.I* Y SYDNEY. : ' \ (From the Herald.)' BUCHANAN V. FAIRFAX AND SONS.-This ?was an action ftr libel ? brought against tho 'defendants ,.:.as\.publishers of tho Sydney Morning Herald, b^> Mr, D. Buchanan, .M.L.A.", lor.Morpeth. The case was;tried in the Supremo Court, by a special jury of twelvo,' on Tuesday'^and lasteu tho whole day evidence hoing taken nt groat longth, The ElairitifT, instructed by Mr. Driver, condncted i\own case ; Mi'. Martin, Q.C., assisted by Johnson, and Johnson, appeared for defen- dant's.. TJie jury without retiring, imme- diately found for defendants. The case croatèd, great excitement, the Court being crowded, throughout the day; . Professor Smith; Sf ¿he Sydney University, dolivered a most."interesting lecture on . Tuesday eveniug, in the Masonic Hall, on the International Exhibition of.. 1802, from ?which ho lias-just -returned.* Tho Hall was .well filled, and ' the discourse waa listened to with great;.interest,, particularly those, por tions of.it'...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

? ???? ? f.¡ GRAFTON POLICE COQltT. % h . : - ' MONDAY,' - ,"J ? ^ .,,. BEFOJO Captain. Hill P.M.-, ín*a Mr. A. Lardner J.P. -r ... i ' = ! . BAIWES Y.' TYUSIt. Jj? . William Tyler, of Smith'siPlaf I Copman- hurst, was summoned by Mr-sjarnes, for stealing cedar, to the value of ¡S^froní his purelmsod land at Copmanhurst. Mr Michael appoarod.for tho proseciJlb'u. -Mr. Barnes ¡proved that a large quanlw-nf cedar had been taken from his land, anf''Also from Mr. Mylne's, and other adjacent Jperties ; that ho caught defendant1 and a m^jk named Trip, clearing roads and dra\ving!*.'3 cedar î Tyler admitted to him- that ho\'t& taken eight trees, but that.he thought .tl'-'^nd be- longed to Mr. Clark Irving ; he sih/jisquontly offerod to take tho limber to Grat . 'i, and to pay to Mr. Barnes, half the .pri'ty he re- ceived for it,- which _tho lalterHflccline^,, Defendant admitted taking seven trek but te sertod that he did not know tho landjbelongeîï-' to' Mrt^afncs.- -vCsreinittsd fe...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

' ' ÏIXi 3JI AUK At , [FB'O'ÎC Oün 'cohnESPONDKNT.] " I ATJOUST\4TU.^-1,1IOVO is nothing new in our£poV,tiori\ ofytho distriot. You Grafton podple ave ..having all tho sport to your- selves,' and. yet yo,u..eomplain of our fanners if they don't make their appearance at every gathering you ai^è pleased to originale ; cer- tainly your censuro in reference to non-atten dauco at/tho bazaar may have boen well tj founded, but you will allow the Ulmarra ¡j'farmers to answer for themselves. We (' naturally expected that tho river sloaui.er. I would be placed on the river on that day,, for jjthe sole purpose of conveying visitors to and (;from the hazruuy but no, the thing was not jdone properly, and the result was , that a number on those who were without the 1 moans pf goiug, Ö£W.lio did not feel inclined for a pilli of'eight br ten miles were com- pelled to stay at home. THE AVEATHER AND THE CROPS.-"We lmvo had a succession of severo frosts, ac- companied in most'cnses by heavy fogs ; the...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

_' ' -» ?_ ?? ABSTRACT Ol? SAIA33 BY, AÜQXION DUH INO- TEE WEEK. mentj reche, iiiipo; Foi'fci nu Bich nu Ftuj ' JIB, THOMAS BAWDEN.-At Ilia Auction Booms, \- neifctlie EXAMINER'Onice, on Monday, at ll . ^ o'clock, American Axesv, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, ?'Ohairaj also, Pickles^Bottled Fruits, Bottled ' Ales, and Sundries. _ ,vri*, : %Çil^tfV.TTÔrn-miWi',- y3WW.Tr ÏCWW ~ * r >, i i i-1 ho that . i ri; V1 '.r. i-luin to ;.;.?|.. ; ,, . : ;>',.-. .^.i^'V.ïiwtiï^S tllO ti^f;:-fP''-i'Vö- vw-^í^lktülirtoí the V'.'(.«-»r^tV'ö .tönitjir. i Wi«; %%i^\xv M^U^t'/i ttttehUttü kt visit ¿<4l¿&'4O-^-'ï':'''iíí«-''0^¿V^-'*ó'íÍie.*tíKh in a . *»" " i_u--uïtij.-nie itèv. ¡ 'A:sf¡. 'Selwyü^áud Mr. A. Lardner havo col-' Jectéd.th'e isumvóf £61 ou account' of this Fund.t. This, amount .will bo forwarded by the ouigoing ;inailvto^morrow. All persons who hoyó uot yet contributed, are earnestly requested to db'BO. Donations forwarded +o either of the above-named gentlemen will be ac...

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FREE CHURCH, GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

FREE CHURCH, GRAFTON.     TO THE EITOR OF THE EXAMINER.     Sir ,-I will thank you to state in your next issue, that the paragraph respenting the Presbyterian Church complained of by several of its members, is not mine.   I presume it was forwarded to the EMPIRE by,   some one interested in the matter.           I am, Sir, yours, &c.,         JAMES L. MICHAEL.       Grafton, August 6th.  

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

TENTERFIELD (From the Chronicle.) BENEVOLENT ASLYUM.-A meeting of the members of this institution was held on Thursday evening last, at the Court. House Hotel, for the purpose of appointing a com-   mittee to carry out the objects contemplated. The president of the institution (Mr. T.     Cowper) having explained the object of the meeting, Mr.G. Willson proposed; a resolu-   tion to the, effect that the number of com- mittee-men be twelve, in addition to the officers, instead of four, as passed at the ini-   tiatory-meeting. Several other members ex- pressed ; their opinion what the committee ought to comprise more, than four members. The majority was in favour of Mr. Willson's resolution, which was consequently carried. The meeting then proceeded to ballot for the twelve commiîttee-men, the following names, being chosen :-Messrs. G. Fagg, P.Ritchie, P. Sullivan, J. Arbouin, J. D. Meares, E. R. Whereat, W. Fraser, J. G...

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

Steahi to Sydney./ HP HE C. aifl R.Á.X'Ú. ïAfêp' ?*? COMM Y/S /steamship for SYDNEY, ' TO^OBÄOW (Weeinea ' ' ' 'T®Ï^Mf^R> 'Agent 4$ copier, : Foi' particulars, as SMALL, SoiHli Gra .repair. Mr. S. '732 BOAT roi Apply Lessee of tlici f by th cy clay, or hour. *ifr 638 Austral^ Wot Stock Bank. 7VT0TÍCE is hereby given, that'interest ~W is allowed by this Bank ou fixed de- posits, namely :- / J On deposits for lS^onlbfM pe/cent. per annum. f f / A On deposits foi-CnyfotM^er dont, per anim m. / / On deposits for 3 mon/is, 2 per cent, per annum. ? / ? ? BANK POST BILIS with interest added at diese rates respectively are issikd pay- able to order. , . HENRY' CUTHBERT, Manager: Victoria-street,: Grafton. 2 ~~ TO BUILDS KS. rpENDERS REQMRE/ Va BU1LD ING. Plans ami ^eoiífcation can be seen at Mr. D; MOYES', Buildtr,Bacon street, Grafton. .'-/... 731 JIEE WO0;D . "ANTED, TENDER^r of BILLET WOpi) P. L. ERASER, Clarence Mill. Ripply j >jr to Flour G92 ANTED, i MEN and .per week, and boar ...

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THE BURIAL GROUND FENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 August 1862

THE BURIAL GROUND FENCE   TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER         SIR;- If the person signing himself "Catholic," were truly a Catholic, he would share the feeling of all true Catholics, who cannot bear to see the burial place of their departed friends made a common paddock for the reception of bullocks and horses.     Such I grieve to say has been the case for a long time past with our burial ground; and although I have striven to prevent it by placing locks upon the two gates most commonly used, yet I have found it vain to attempt to stop it, as none of the other denominations have taken any interest in the matter. This being the case, we, of the Church of England, determined to fence in our own portion of the land, and to keep our own gate at least locked, so that we may be no longer subject to the extreme annoyance hitherto experienced.       &n...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL. THOMAS BAWDBtf reports thnt nt In's solo held yestcr day,'tlto uttonda'nco was rory li mi tod, and the only salo offoolcd was thut of oodar ¡ (ho1 whole offered, being placed at an average of 14s. pur 100 feet. : In ; ooiif o-' quenco of tho detention of tho Grafton, by which voaseltho American notions aro to arrive, 1'ftBy could not bo offered. There aro somo enquiries for cejar in tho log, nnd half-inch plnnlr, both of which descrip- tions would^ndy^d^salaV Flour rrom JÜH toVßlG per ton .: 'Wheat, 6s Gtl to Ga por buHliol, Arm Maize, 8a Od to da per buslial, scaro Burley-ls to 5a ditto * . Butter, 2s per lb. Bacon, Sd,to 7d,¡ ohceso, Gd to 8J,pcr lb .jr. ,.{t, Fowls, -la, scarcer duel», OB to 6a Od ; goeso, 8s to 10s j -turkeys, 83 to 12a par pair ¡ eggs, ls per dozen.:.-' . Pigs, alive, 3d. to 4d. par lb. Hide?, 9« to 1 fla aaoh. Market and S usaos street?,.Sydney, August lSlh.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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