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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

. . . . \ \ TUESDAY, AüGUST\19, 1862. ; ' WÍIEKE aro .wè.'"drifting; tb?'Is tlioro to' bè no jfimfr cow ??,' -18 it possible for^solsmaU alpopiilatiou. ' as wo possess ta .beart the- burden pf two Mmlvßdjandfortyfa for ilte bile diemof police-! ! '1 " :' There ia reason in everything, but is . the colony''so depraved, aiid is'érïmè so universal that every three1 hundred ''ôf'-its population requires to?be shepherded-at àii'expenditure of: two hundred pounds per'anuuhv to take charge of: its. peace:?.; .Timp' ,w'as when an application ; for a , solitary; ,'coïïstablo ¿ was doniodj on the plea ; of ;o.\cessiyo cxpenpe of tho polico, hilt iv chango; has como o'er the spirit of the dream, nud . Ministers un- blushingly ask for a force of 1200 mon, and civilly demand's'omb :£2<10,000to pay ilícín. ' vlf tho now forcé aró to boj'as highly re-:. spectabie'-'asHhe iew wbo/Jiavp been 'brought' lately^ofor^tl^pubhc, 'in aii art;cle in'? tlib JSm^^Sydnijyip^per). which 'will be foun...

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THE C. AND R. R. S. N. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

I THE C. AND B.,E. S. N. COMPANY. "WE have rocieved two letters, complaining in very strong terms of tho manner in which tho settlors and shippers aro treated by the abovo company. Tho lettersaro evidently written under exciteinout, created by a feel- ing of disappointment, in beieg brought into Grafton expecting to receive advices from Sydney; and on arrival being coolly told that the boat was not expected until Monday, being detained in Sydney uutil Friday oven ing, for necessary repairs. We do not see that any good could resjilt from the publica- tion of the letters in buestion; but we do think in thia instance jaie company has not I shown that common courtesy that tho set- tlers and shippers, have a . right to demand and expect at their hands. It is well known: to Vheir secretary that ' the boats lit^eVr^te^beon very punctual in ,there arr^njerX hoting strictly adhered - to their usual days \of sailing ¡ therefore we. think the company\night have given us an opportunity of annou...

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LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAM VIA JUBAL. London, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

LATEST- NEWS«' BT TELEGRAM VIA,,JUBAL. 1 '- London, July 2. . ThoFederal troops havosuitbred a reverso bo'bro Biohmond. . A confederate detachment passed round M.'LollnuV right Hank, destroyed .the camp, toole tho'.provisions, and returned iu safety. General Jackson has been reinforced.. Generali'reniont'B position ? is..very,, pre-., carious. ',r" " :' "* There has been sevei'te fighting near Char- leston ¡md elsewhere. \ V Incendiarism is oxtentiinVin IÇussia. . The English .quarfcorly»revQnußj!8turns are considered satisfactory:*"^ \ ' ? . Disco unis . easy. \ .,

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AMERICA. Defeat of General Banks by the Confederates in Virginia. Great Excitement in the North. Militia called out to Defend Washington. Deperate Battle near Richmond. Destruction of the Confederate Fleet, and Fall of Memphis. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

: .AMÈRIGit,; Defeat of General Banks by the Confederates in Virginia. Great Excitement in the North. Militia called out to Defend Washington. Deperate Battle near Richmond. Destruction of the Confederate 171#»i»t. nnrl Wall nf TVTiwmrMS. Tho Southohórs, on tho whole have hud the advantago since Inst advices. General Banks, who had fallen hack on "Win- chester, was attacked by tho Confederates in con Bidorablo force on tho 25th May, and was com Ïiolloil to rotreat across tho Potomac into Mary and, suffering nt tho Bnme timo a heavy I033, _ tho Confederatos having hy this ongagonieut regainod their position in tho Valloy Shannondoeh. Great alarm was caused at Washington when tho nows reached that city of tho suddon advance of tho Confederates, -which reached auch a height, that tho militia was telegraphed for from all sides of tho valloy to defend, the capital. Tho Confede- rates, however, cither from, the want of means, or a correct knowledge of tho' ndvoinlogb they had gained, did ...

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

,:.,.":! INDIA. '. .;!.' Tho Lancashire distress lias been , taken up warmly ;in Calcutta, and £0000 sterling was subscribed by Europeans., No native "con- tributions were offered. ¡ :

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

SHIPPING IHTELLfQEfJCC. . V"-. / ABBI VALS. ' v - August '12. - Elizabeth, schooner, 140 tons, from Sydney. Alienist'18.-Grafton (s.), 240 tons, Cap- tain U. Creer, from Sydney 15th' and New oastlo 10th instant. Passengers - Mrs. Uoorman, Mesara. Boorman, Shanuon.'Croft, Galbraith, M'Lachlau, and 2i in tho steerage. ,

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

.QUEENSLAND. . . DSPAETITEÍ3. ?' - 'August 7--Pioiieei££8chooner, 84 tons, :'Oantam)'-Briggos,Vor - tba- Richmond .River. ; The'Pioneer, af¿er Arriving at the Rich- mond Biver,"will-probably load with timber' fbrrNowcastlo, and from thence return with; a cargo of produce to Brisbane. .Tho Fanny wa3 expected to leave Brisbane .\ ou Tuesday, laßt, for the Bichmond River, -il., with the view of takui!» in,.iV jCargo ,of: cedar for'Sydney. From thence sho will likely return to Moreton Bay with a general 'cargo. Tho, Perseverance has -all but completed hor.repairs,, and it is experted that she . will sail! on Tuesday, in ballast <for the Malle, whoro-she'will tako in a cargo, of cedar. : for. Newcastle. From that port she will proceed to Sydney, and . afterwards, in all probability, return to Brisbane via the ¡Clarenco Biver, from1 whence 'sho is expected to/ briiig a1 quantity of hardwood tq order. ' .ß^ai The . «raf^on.^'ill, sail' for Sydnoy at daylight toiTOrrqw\(Wednesday...

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

DEPARTUBES. ,v , August 13.-Urara (s.), 400 toas, Captain "Wiseman, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Girrard, Miss White, Miss Darke, Messrs. Darke.'Devonald, Overell, White, Lou You, Masters White, Darke, and 10 in tho . steerage.

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

WOOL KEPOtth Tho sales closed'with animation. Sydney latterly taken with' indifference, and (luring the last. threo or four days an additional decliné was'estahlishedi The losses ou Syd- ney wool we oxpoctcd to ho great, and several flocks of good quality havo been withdrawn in consequence of tho low prices offered. The decline may bo quoted ns , follows :-Primo flocks, lJa-d. per lb. ; average to good, 1-id- to 2d. per lb. ; and ordinary faulty, 2d. to 3d.: Eeally good wool nearly realised lastsale's prices, . Fleece, thou very scarce, now in good, quantity, suffered iv decline of ld. per lb.

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

OBITUARY. Lord.Banning,-Mr. Buckle (author of the " History of Civilization "), Mr; IVakley, M.P., and Coroner foryMiddlesex ; tho Hov. J. Burnett, \AdmiralVSir.^Q-eorge Tylor, General Sir T.Wil^iro.^ieivtenant-GeniBral Sutherland, O.BSafiH.1 Lord'.? willoughby de Broke. « \ ;V \ ? "?!_ \ . '

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CHURCH AND STATE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

OHUBOil AND STATE. TO TUB EDITOBtOP THE EXAMINED; ';-. ? Sin,-Tho uthor night nftor retiring to hod I tool lip tho ExAMiNRn, aa ia my eus tom, to rcadboforo I sleep in it L found a letter signed 'Church and State, written I have no doubt by avery dover fellow in his own estimation?- Well, l oan assure yuu that for ray purpose it was iolevor.lottcr, fori hadscarcoly môre than finished it when I was in the arras bf Morpheous, and forsooth he or sorao other myth oarried . me on through timo to tho year 1882. ^ No doubt it was a dream, but I lmvo since thought that what I have seen in a dream may actually oomo to pass in the yèar 1882] having thought this, I will relate Ímy dream as it may bo interesting to one person^ at least. ' Saving ontored tho yoar 1882,' I imagined that I was still a resident of Grafton, now a flourishing oity,' I was just pupping my morning oofTeo and . glanoiúg ovor tiio " IJailyVÉitáminór," .an ckht-pogo broadsheet, when I noticed a paragraph hended, ' Ohuroh ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

¡ MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.!: : THURSDAY. ' : ' ' R PIIIÎSENT : Aldermen Lardner (chairman), Payne, Eobinson, M'Faddcn, and Jones.: . .. . MINUTES. . ; ; .'. . Tlie minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. \, ; The rate collector's commission; amounting, to £4 Gs. was ordered io ho paid. ' Alderman Jones proposed, "That the Im- provement Comraittob inspect and make out a specification for, a dam .at Ulster Lodge Creek." ,-. Alderman M'Fadden seconded the motion. -Carried. Alderman Payne moved, " That tho. im- provement committee inspect Queen-street, and draw up a specification of the. work ne- cessary to bo done." ? ! i Alderman if obinson seconded tho motion. I --Carried. Alderman Payne moved That the atten- tion of Government be direetod to the sub- ject of commons fot North and South Grafton." Tho motion having , been seconded was adopted. _ Alderman Payno moved,-." That applica , tiwiki ii milo tqjie Goreranioutthattheltacip course Lo vosted in the Municipality, i as ja pe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

DEATHS.             SMITH—on the 11th July, at the residence of his Brother-in-law, Mr. R. McMaster, Zamia Creek, upper Dawson, Queensland, from injuries received through a fall from a horse, William Robert Smith, aged 20 years, fourth son of the late Mr. Robert Smith, of   Fairfield, Timbarra.         JORDAN—On the 11th August, 1862, at the       residence of his father, Tabulam, Clarence River, New South Wales, of consumption, William, third son of Mr. James Jordan, aged 19 years and 9 months.—Endeared through his kind and amiable disposition to a   large circle of friends, and his patient resig- nation through his illness causes him to be remembered with deep regret by all who knew him, but with a lively hope of his   future salvation. Requiescat in pace.   &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

M'll.'-THOMAS PEBERPY has been Appointed .MISFIT, at Tenterfield for the Clarence fjia Mchn^ond Examiner, and is authoris/d/t/ Receive advertise- ments and 8uhscTÍníi/ns,fov tho same.' ... ? RICHARD STEVENSON. Examiner Offiee'^May 13th. OAK ^DINING-ROOM- FURNITURE. -Ex Hollinside.-Just "opened for inspection, at thc' show-rooms of thc un- dersigned,'a superb suite of - Oal¿r Dining room Furniture, unequalled by ¿ny .former importation, comprising . . ?-. Oak'gothic pedestal sideboard ? , Ditto dinner waggon.". .. Ditto dining-table, natem/movements, on | . castors A / i £ 12 ditto chairs, ^h/codfedj/n purple morocco . / /. 2 ditto easy chairs,ymd sofa to match, with j down pillows^reomplete. JOHN HILL, Junior, and CO., im- porters, cabinet makers, and upholsterers, Australian Furniture, Floorcloth, Carpet, and Bedding Warehouse,' 100, King-street, Sydney. 717 "ThRAWING-ROOM, DINING-ROOM, | and other FURNITURE, ex Hollin side, and Primula :- . . Drawing-room suites, in tabourets, dam...

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OUR POLICE SYSTEM. (From the Empire) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

OUR POLICE SYSTEM. '. ; , (Frpm'tUe Empire) ALMOST every country hus its peculiar insti- tution. Austria'has its spy^system j Italy its brigandage ; Sweden its- ^legitimacy.; Russia the knout j. "in, America,. people pell their brotherä ' - and ' sisters; ' 'and 'sometimes their bhildrenpfor : slaves . in- Japan, if " a'_ man iii insulted,* he is'boimd forthwith' - to rip;" open his stomach";"iú-Fiji,í ai chief'dines on one of his people,perhaps his wife j in Central Africa, the highest proof of jilial afibction consists in a mau eating -his parents. Possibly all these .^practices possess strong recommenda- tions for those who indulge in them. New Sooth. Wales, too," is not without'its peculiar institution,' and it is quité as singular as airy of the othors. ,Wo are a very practical people, and probably this is tho reason which "has induced our rulers to put the wise'sdws bf our ancestors into practical oporatioh. ? " Set a thief to, catch a thief," although a very old saying,-was w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

TAKE NOTICE.-Thu Purveyor of his Majesty ' the King 'of thc .Cannibal, Islands, j . ' ,r W. CATCIIEMVCflEETllAM & CO. threaten!) 'anyb/d^yK) interfcre»with them in' any j Wide \/i*fts*fevcr, with his Majesty's, prcatesi Jispleasurc,.as they intend MONO.-' FOLIOING* all1 trade with the greatest amount of capital 90J. .. ' ' .BUNKUM.*. Grafton Volunteer Rifle Corps. MEMBERS of the abovc.Corps will meet at the Rifle Butts; THIS DAY, (Tuesday)nn^O-]VLDMOW(VVednesday) at nine aim. to gj/Aln'ough the annual TAllGlW.1 ImACWdp each member who has atte^d\rilr\to %e sixty rounds of ammunition. \ \ W. A. B. GREAVES, Captain. SCHOOL OF ARTS, GRAFTON. npHE COMMITTEE of this Institu tion, anxious to extend its usefulness and to increase its activity; beg to submit the following PROGRAMME of their in- tended arrangements. .. , Thc LECTURE SEASON ' will' be inaugurated by a SOIREE! TO BE .HELD:'ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, Admission, ls. Gd. . double tickets, 2s. 6d.j children,.under 12 years, ...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

; S YD N E Y. ' ? ?? ! j , (From the Herald.) >' . . , ' TUF. Colonial Treasurer, Mr. E. C. Weekes, delivered the " budget " to the'Assembly on Thursday afternoon, The financial con- dition of the country is so far satisfactory,, that he proposes to reduce thc Gold Export Duly-from 2s. Gd. to 2s. an once at the commencement of the new year, and after tile expiration of the quarter ending, 31st of Mareh, 1863, to reduce it to ls. fid. !? Government proposes no further extension of railways. . The debate on the budget stands ad- journed for a .week. An inquest into tho cause of thc recent fW(J. and E. Row's and E. C. Weekes' premises) has been held, and a verdict re-, turned that the origin was accidental. . . . The arrest of sailors without a warrant is to be discontinued, Government having issued instruction's to the police to that efr feet. ? ??.'.' The Western and Northern Escorts 'have brought down 11,0^0 ounces of gold. The Araluen-Esco^vas$red at on Mon- day, and the WaMda\m...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

I ABSTRACT OF .SALES 'BY AUCTION DTJß-; INO-THE WEEK. MB. THOMAS BAWDEN.-At South Grafton, thia dav, at 12 o'clock, Cows. ?MR. HENBY : MAURICE-At his Rooms, on Monday, at half-past IO o'clock, Bullock IJrny, ? Spring Cart and Humeas, Hogskin Saddlos, Port ' laud Cement, Cornshollor, Household- Furniture, nnd many other Articles , too ^numerous. to men- tion. ' j ' .:. . . ' . . ? ;

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LAND SALE AT GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

, ? LAND SALE AT G-llAFTON. n , AT the land Bale, held at the Court House, Grafton, i on Wednesday last,-the attendance was good, and the bidding spirited. Tho fol- lowingisaJiat of tho. lots , sold, and'prices paid- jor. the^oprek ¡with ..the names of thepurehasore:V V*. ¡ COUNTRY \OTS.-County of Clarence, parish of Great Marlow, 12 lots, A to L, on Carr's Island's. UpW price £5 per acre. . ' ' : rnioK PAID ?_? ( . LOT. A. II. P. . TKB ACHE. PURCHASER. . .A -ll ' 2?'? 0 ... 8 . ll 0 D. -Steuart, Strontian Park. it-19 .'8 0 ... 6 7 0 H. Dix, Grcat.Mnrlow 0 --'17 2 0 ... 8 17 0 ' A. Cameron, Strontian .. -. \- ' -Park-' '." ' D -21 :0. 0\... 5. 3 0 A. Maoniilay, Carr's .<v \ . \ : Creek. . ; .. . - E -16 2 0 ..\o C\(L iTessioBarltor, Grafton <1 -14/ I' Q\.. 6\3^<Oi-D. .M'DonaU1 Carr's ... V ' \ S 'Creek. 'SUBURBAN' LOTS.-County of . Clarence, garish'>of-Great Marlow,. 17 lots,¡ M to co; at Grafton.'" 'Upset price, £10 per acre. ? ^ M wl;-0i28 , .12...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

rp HE C/^d/MBJ*. N. _ COMPANX'y. steamship GRAFT/ for SYDNEY; TO-MORROW . (Wednes- day) MORNING, at daylight, ;., , , ; THOMAS FISHER, Agent. .7-TOOAT-FOIt HtttErbrilKiTlay or hour? /Jp Apply to Mr. C. -MATTHEWS, ^lessee of the Grafton Ferry. 638 Australian Joint Stock Bank. "VTOTICB. is hereby given,, that ^interest is allowed hy this .Bank, on fixed de- posits, namely :- . : ' On" deposits' for 12 months; 4 per cent, per annum. * . . ? 'On deposits for Gihontbs, &<per cent, per annum. '/ ' 4 A - On depoj^(/3em«ith^/a percent, pet annum. ? / ??' ? BANK'Pos/. BILIS with interest added at : these rafe * respectively, are issued pay- able to order. 1 . ' . HENRY CUTHBERT, Manngeiv 'Victoria-street,'Grafton. .2 TXTHARF ' .SHED/ ULMARUA.f yy TENDERS Reqwrcd for a .shed at the>Wliarf, .Ulmanp//Por plan and speci- fication; apply to//. Ä OH N F. SMALL,1 or ' Mr. JOHN BULLER) : blacksmith; Ulmarra. _752^ F0R< SALE AT:ETONSWILL,--?{ milE WELL-KNOWN; .'J- : I...

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