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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

BIRTH.     AT North Grafton, on the 8th instant, Mrs.   GALE, of a son.   DEATH.   AT Casino, on the 3rd instant, in the 16th year of his age, CHARLES ALFRED ROBINS, fourth, son of Mr. Edward Robins, sen., of Grafton   who met with his death by coming in contact   with a tree whilst riding a race on the Casino   racecourse. The deceased has been living at Woorowoolgen for the last two years. His loss is much felt by the proprietors of that sta- tion, with whom he has, for his kind and oblig- ing qualities, been always a great favourite. It is almost needless to mention that, by all who   knew him he is universally and deservedly re- gretted.              

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

nMÁlTLAW. AUCTION SALES. >StatloivStocli,I^niMl,Wool,. | < Colonial Produce and General | * '?'"r "V Commission Agency.' . .' . fl^HE, undersigned has much pleasure , .-Í- Í:; in informing his friends and the . public, that he has, in addition to his ; present business (as Broker and Agent) .obtained an AUCTIONEER'S GE- NERAL LICENSE and is now pre- pared, to effect Sales, by AUCTION or PRIVATE CONTRACT, of Fat Cattle, .Sheep, Stations, Store Stock, Horses, Land and Estates, Wool, Tallow, Hides,; . and any other-description of Stock, ¿Goods, , or Colonial Produce, r ; He will personally conduct Sales, and' < make every exertion to obtain, at alli times, thc highest ruling rates. ' .-j "He will undertake to Ship Wool, Hides, Tallow, &c, to England, via iNewcastlc or Sydney, and ^negotiate advances on same; " , He will make no extra charge for dis \ posing of wool, &c., in Sydney, and the ? seller thereby-haá the benefit of both markets. ? He i...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

da««« mû) Jíic|ittotó , v femketr, - TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1860. -THB colloquial pirase "A happy new year to -you," cannot but remind us , -that, amid -all the struggles of "life V in the bush," there.is;yet left"a little .. of that- sentiment which prompts to the .- recognition of .the. supremacy of the ¿¿beautiful and trae over that which is .^merely material and transient. i' s.. To convert this iridividual wish into v. a 'general congratulation will surely ' 'not, maur, case, be thoughtfur-fotched or unseemly. . Talciug : stock, -wc shall .find that the -district has dene 'a good" year's work, and a : good' balance will remain to call f up. congratulation for thc past,-aud to ? -Vn^^jr^hcme^iboiutwre,.,.,_. ..¿4. .i,,Tbô\valuation-"made by the Munt " cipal Council of"Grafton has brought to V light the cheering, fact that, where; but ..':'R few j'ears isince, dense scrubs, unfrer qucnted save .byithe blackfellow or the . ^toiling cedar cutter, there now exists a¡ . . v;=-'icomniun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

MAYS WANTED TO LOAD FOB ? THE DIGGINGS., Apply to J. & G. STEUART. Lawrence, January 7th, - 520 ' to Snïltieïs,. WANTED, 80,000 SHINGLES and . . 300 9-feet; SLABS, at Law renee. , Plenty of good iron bark near the place. Apply to . . J. GRAHAM, 518, - " Builder,' Lawrence. TO LET, OR SELL, TWO FARMS at Swan Creek. Apply to ? : W. A. B. GREAVES, ~ 507 . Dovedale. . . í MABEI1ÎD COÜPLK, a* General Sor. vant«, for a private family. Apply, ct tue EXAUIÎÎES OSiea. ; 372 Otto Jusx'gens, E.READ AND FANCY BISCUIT BAKER, ,'. . . NEAR TUE.ASSEMBLY'ROOMS,, ; 'R PRINCE STREET,, GRAFTON. N.B. Dinners baked on a Sunday, -ooo .? --» ' .... - ÖA'fi'MS, BA'i'iÄSi, BïA'JTfîS. TOIHE 'proprietor of the Claren Hotel bègs to' inform thc Ladi of Grafton,- that he has erected a coi: ! pact BATHING HOUSE, and th the name will be'opened and ready f lise thc later end of the week, * . Charge; Gd.' Open from daylight 1 dark.. , , Clarence Hotel, North Grafton, .. 503 ' January 1st, I860. ¡H O Y A S. H ...

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DEATHS BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

DEATHS BYíDROWNING. ON the 31st of December a magisterial inquiiy. was hali', at'Eatonsvill, by E. M.! Ryan, Esq., J.P.; touching the death of Mr.?< Nelson : Parker, whose ?body was found at the First Fall, on the 27th último,'- whén the following facts were adduced : Charles M.. Shannon, being'- duly sworn, depescd : I knew the deceased, . Mr, Nelson Parker, and identified .the body, which was taken from the river, to be that of the deceased, and believe that he came to his death by drowning in consequence of his not possessing an accurate idea>of ;the fording place, and the water being at the time too high to rçnder it safe to a stranger ; the last time prior to his . death I met him at' Grafton,-, and accompanied him to church -on Sunday, the 25th instant, after which'he promised to call at Eatonsville I did not sec him until.in death; which was on Tuesday following the 27th . instanÇ'when . the tidings were .conveyed to me by ono of my ser- vants. .' " Graham 'Myln...

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AN INCIDENT OF A MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

ití.AN INCIDENT OF A MINER. Ifc' wí» ti gloomy afternoon in thc middle, of thc rainy season so peculiar fö'thc. climate of California, that myself and two companions..came to .a "halt after a long aiul, fruitless search ?. after tlmt precious metal which ha3 drawn so ílnany away from their .peaceful hóm<s to become'wanderers in a far-off country. Minc was.one of the numerous in- stances cf hard fortuné which seem to merge into a fatality, and to make abortive every effort towards acquiring a fortuné, or ever a competency. My companions were young men, brothers who had left the States with their heads filled, with golden dreams, and after two. years of unparalleled hardship, foxind themselves in a frame of mind bordering upon desperation, utterly ; destitute of money, and the common necessaries of life. "Wc had entered a, small valley in the morning, formed by the range of hills near the North Fork of the American river. It took, us the whole of the forenoon to descend the...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

MUNICIPAL'COUNCIL. THURSDAY,- JANUARY 5T¿I. THE Coitncil met pursuant to adjourn- ment. ? ,. . . Present-His Worship the > Mayor, Aldermen Cowan, . Jones, Lambert, Payne, and Shoveller. . - j The minutés and proceedings of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, "'- " The MAYOR read a note froi i Alder- man Avery, stating that, in cou sequence of an accident, he was unable i o attend the meeting.. , _ The MAYOR, also read a le ter from R. Bligh, Esq., oirtlie subject of his assessment-rate.-- ? viW . The letter having been subfriitted to the Council,-it-was decided ¡that thc portions named in the' letter as 'not being the property of R. Bligh, Esq., be withdrawn from his assessment rate, arid that thc other remain assessed. It was proposed, seconded, and carried, "That all cheques [eiraya on account of the Municipality shall be signed by the Mayor and Trea- surer." 'j The MAYOR callad thc attention of the Council to, Clause 38 of . .the Muni- cipalities' Act, and: st...

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

NOMINATION Ol?. ALDERMAN. . . A SOMEWHAT numerous meeting of electors took .placo on tho South sids, on Friday last, at Mr. W. Cowan's, jun., Steam Packet Hotel, for tho 'purpose of nominating an Alderman in tho room of Thomas Bawden, Esq., resigned., v The. Mayor, in opening tho business of the day, would dato his reason for calling tho meet- ing on that side. Meetings had hitherto, been held nt tho Court House, on tho North sids. Ho ?would, however, depart from that rule, mid, was of opinion that in future any mc-et ¡1133 that concerned tho South "Ward should bo held on thc South fide. It wi¡3 hardly fair to ex-' peet electora would pr .could loso tho timo in crossing and recrossing the river, however much their interests ji:ight be concerned j and,-accord ing to tho notice ho had' issued, a poll, if de- manded, would tako.-placo on Friday next, at thia place. Ho trusted tho meeting of to-day would bo carried out' with all fairness and regu- larity', and that they would return the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

' STEAM TO SYDNEY. I HE woll known Stcamboaf. GRAFTON i iWíiP'bo dispatched for SYDNEY, from 'amftod/IO-MOBIlOW (Wednesday) MORN . INtíy taking in cargo ot tho Various wharves., j ; ,For full particulars ns to freight, io,, apply to thc Captiun, on board. " 3 ! ?fj." , " ' . - ' / ' v;.-:> "' "". " ;' : I Australian Joint étock Bank. ?. opon-for tho transaction of all customary .' banking business. ? - DBAWIKO ACCOUNTS . aro opened for Cns tomors on deposit of funds, and.Choquo Books ? and Pass BOOKS aro supplied gratuitously. i ? . BANK POST Biraa oro issued to Depositors, with interest added, ns follows, namely s-. ¡ . ?. At 3 per cent for 3 months, . . ' A ? »? ß « . 6 - " ??. 12 " ? . . , «nd tne bills, being payablo to order, oro nogo . tinble at any moment, and are thus a great con- venience to tim public. . j . "DBAPTS arc issued on tho Head Office niyl . Brandies, of tho Bank, noinelv :TTOII Sydney, . Brisbane, Ipswich, Wost Maitland, Armidale, Braidwood, Goulburn, Wa...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OP THE , : * . MAILS. . - . , V DUFABTOBltB FBOM GBABTOK. .. To Cuino, &o., Sunday, and Tuesday, at 7 .A.M.:'- * To.Quoensland, Tia Casino, Sunday, st 6 A.M. ? :>,. To Armidale, Wednesday, at 0 A.M. : ' ' ?" i. ? To Tabulam, Sunday, at 8 A.M. To-Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday tnorninfi . .:':. ? ABHIVAHS AT GHAFTOK. . . . . f v From, Casino, &e, Tuesday and Saturday, at '. 8 r.if.'' ? ? - . ......:<From Queensland, rta Casino, Saturday, at 6 . ^.Clùï-Jy- 1 ? _ ...^-íromiTÁúlarii, Baturdayj at 3 P.u, -,T From Sydney, by 5team;r, Saturday afternoon

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 January 1860

POST OFFICE.-Por the future this Office will bc open to receive letters for Sydney up to 8 o'clock on the evening previous to the departure of -.the: steamer. Letters can "be posted up to 10 o'clock if bearing nn' additional Gd. stamp. THE WEATHER.-During ' thc past week we have had several, very heavy falls of rain.' On Wednesday last it; fell in torrents, and did great damage to the wheat crops of some of our farmers. THE Electoral Lists are to be pre pared by the Benches of Magistrates between the 1st and 28th of January. THE remains of a man, supposed to have been robbed and murdered, were recently discovered one mile below Bowling Alley Point, Peel River Digging, and Government offers a reward of £100 for the apprehension of the guilty parties. POLICE COURT.-On Saturday last a man named Carroll appeared before the Bench to answer a charge of as- sault, prefered against him by his wife. When the case was called on for hear- ing the plaintiff refused to prosecute. During the last...

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POETRY. A POETICAL DUN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

I ? ";f',"' .gggssss . . = POETKl. AI POÍ TIC A L DUN'. ? Should you oak me why thia dunning, ... . Why. thoso «ad complaints and murmurs, *)f -Murmurs loud about delinquents Who have read tho paper weekly, ? ' !. Bead what thoy haye novcr.paid for, * Read with pleasure and with profit, . , . ' : Hoad of nows both homo and foreign, < ' Bead the essays and tho poems, Pull of wisdom and instruction ; Should you ask us why this dunning, ' Í ' We should answer, wo should tell you, From the printer, from the mailer, From tho prompt old paper-maker, From tho landlord, from tho carrier, - - From the mau who taxes letters With a STAMP from Uuolo Samuel- . * Uncle Sam tho rowdies call lum From them all thcro came a mosiage. Message kind but' firmly spoken, > " Please to pay us what you owo us." .-?. Sad it is to hear such message : .When our funds are all exhausted, When tho last bank-note has loft us, --.Whon tho gold coin all has vanished, Gone to pay-tho papor-mukor, Gone to...

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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Sussex-street, Sydney, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

ANDERSON; CAMPBELL; Ss CO.'S . PRODUCE CIRCULAR. ff Sussex-street, Sydney, February 2; \ Tl» amvals during tb» 'week' ian* . hot" boori many business, however, continues brisk." Maits ii in pretty good demand, but tho prices during the lotter'parí bf the week ia rather lower. 2sj 9d..is tho Tun for largo parcels now ¡ small' par- . eels of really'primecommand 3s. Flour, is sound, ¿ree from scent, and finely dressed, sella. well at £19.' Wheat'is in demand nt ls., 7s. 10d., and , 8s. Bran sell well at 13d., and Polrard nt la. "? Potatoes, if largo in size, will will command £6 to £7 ¡ but it ú almost impossible to dispose of th« largo quantity of small ones arriving. --Whito Potatoes will hardly «aliso tho coat' of freight. Butter, if good, is >u- demand, but a great quan- tity of that which ia now arriving is almost unfit for uso. Bacon-8d. to 8d. per lb. .., . j Barley, English-2s. 6d. to 2i. 9d. per bushel Bran-1». ld. per bushel .r / Butter-8d. to ls. per lb. . '. ' ) ..'. Cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

.ó^^y^person», on the Timbarra or |^|0thcr Ti orthern diggings; who may |iàVïi*purcha8ed Cattle branded ELI, are advised for their own safety to ac , quaint the undersigned with . themum ¡ ber, and the nume of the person from * whom purchased. E. &. A. IRBY1. Bolivin, January 18. 624

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LATEST STONEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

-LATEST STONEY INTELLIGENCE. SIR Daniel Cooper had resigned, the Speakership; and Mr... T. A. ' Murray had been elected without opposition. WE have tö tender, our thanks to Mn. GOODES/for kindly handing us the fol- lowing particulars of THE CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES v. 'VIC- TORIA'. ?> Sydney Morning Herald Office, I Thursday,-February 2, 5'80 p.rñ: . . THE Eleven- (Victoria) are down for 56.runs.-v- ... . .. r ? , . Murray's bowling splendid, and , the I fielding very good right through the I innings.. . i.'-v^^t;'; The, ground is.'now .well-lined,with spectators. vOddà, 3. to 2 .onf Sydney. After; lunphe'on: Hapimersley'i and ; Ross resximed. V ' ,i) Upwards of 5000 present., 'Sf«i--. --Victoria-Fhst Innings: :. -! I Burchett c. by' Brown -,.... ."H ;.. J-1 Huddlestonc, c. by Murray ... ¿.. 13 Wray, c. by Hilliard ../.'^ 8 Marshall,. h. by Murray v.^y3.:-:?'? 4 i Wills, (b. by Murray ....... ..... 4 [Bryant, c. by. Hilliard ...... r;:.¿.V.... 3 Morrea, .run ..out.............

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE ON BOARD THE "FENELLA" STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE ONBOARD ..THE "FENELLA" STEAMER. ? < ON Thursday- the;Fcneîla had to return : to Grafton to procure medical assistance for one of the firemen, named William ? ¡.. Holden, who, on the.iTnorning of that , day, attempted to talcejhis life by cut ting his throat with a razor.- The unfor- tunate man had been very unwell from , the time the vessel Mt Sydney, com- plaining of a severe headache and cough, and on the Saturday prior to her arrival at Grafton he had to leave off duty. . During the vessel's stay here he was , under the medical caré ofrDr. Little. He had been attended to by the men ... on » board, arid at 3 o'clock a.in. on Thursday he took : a" little '; medicine. About 4 o'clock he was' discovered . with his throat cut, bleeding profusely. ? There were two wounds, but only one ' of which was dangerous. This was ' about,-4 inches long and\\ deep. The windpipe was nearly severed, but there is every hope that"thelman will recover, although, from Joss ...

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THE GRAFTON ANTIPOKING YOUR NOSE INTO OTHER PEO PLESAFFAIRSSOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

THEGRAFTONANÍTIPOKING YQURÑOSÉ1NTQOTHERPEO PLIÇSAFFAIRSS'OCIETY. j THIS BOciety,held their usjial -.quarterly meeting at the Club House, Harmony How, North Grafton, on Saturday evening/the 4th instant. ? s. The chàir,was taken about a quarter -past'1 seven by. the'' President, -Patrick Malone,: Esq., who, in a veiy brief but appropriate speech, complimented- the jSociety- upon its social pi-ogress. .- .Several letters of apology from absent imëmbers having been read by thc se- cretary, the following notices of motion were entered on the minutes : j Brother Quizumall to ask the Presi- dent, "Whether it was according to Hoyle or Cocker that magistrates pre- siding on thc Bench should allow them- selves to be poked borack at by the de Yvbdnnts^ Brother Oily Gammon^to ; ask the IWiSaiuv " If: his worshiphc Maydr^ ^ffould have any objection to-be* caused to be laid upon the table of this house the report of the public -works in the" course of erection over the Alumny Creek." , . . ? ~ Br...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

i |w FRIDAY, 'FEBÄÜ^BY 3IU>. '< ¿ . 'J ' i James Aitlten was br<Mght'beforê|;hél ; Court, by virtue of :- a .warranV^ffôH threatening ; ;tp : taketne lif^iof^no Walter Macintosh. 'J- .* V^yllÎ Mr. Barker. appeared for?thç^pi^e| cution- * J "[ ' :$m As «tated in the.particulaw.of:WjjdJh nesday's proccedings,,the prosecuty^n this case » appealed . to the Bcilcb^foi; protection, Aitken having threatèpe^ to stab him with a knife. The evident adduced fully proved that Aitkèn^haS used most violent language to the prqi sccutor, rind ( that it was'necessary|?Jta adopt most stringent- measures to pre- vent a repetition of .the offence. VYr Aitken Vas bound over to keepithe peace for ..twelve -months,^ himselffàt\ JË150, and tWolBUreties int£150reíc$¡. ' JV_]_« ' V

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

.. I V'' MUNICIPAL .COUNCIL.;,'-.] '/THURSDAY. 'JANUARY '2UTH;;^ THE COUTICÍI met pursuant tfcadjourn- ment'.* ---'-p- - -t .,-<)S.;_T.,l^J,)'w. . Present-His Worship the Miiyor, Aldermen-Payne, Avery, Lambert, Shot' yeller, Kennedy, Jones, and M'Fai¡den. The MAYO» having introduced Hr. John M'Fadden, the newly elected Al- derman for South Ward. p.-. The minutes and proceedings-of the' previous meeting .were read .and con- firmed. ' ' * \M¡ A letter was read from thc'Colonial Treasurer in reply, to the one frp.ra:;the¡ Council enclosing the amounts and*re-':i questing the sum lof ,£Zl'4¡, 6s¿l 7d. might' be. placed to '.the credit of^is Council. ', - ' - '/¿Él. "Tlie MAYOR informed tlie^Goupcil that Alderman ".Cowan would* berthe retiring Alderman for the-.áouthW^L' The motion of Alderman LAMB^T in reference to. tho detraction j nffiBi'e Bathurst burr was lost for " wantí^ n seconder. . ; : ., 'jf&fl The following tenders wero aa^etód: Mr. - Frederichson, clearmg:...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 February 1860

SHIPPJHÛ mfELLÍQENCE. - . ARRIVAL, ' , : : J yxBMURT 0.-Grafton is.'), 240 tons, Capt. ? Quayle, from' Sydney 2nd instant. PMsenger» . -Messrs. Byan, Brennan, Devlin, Palmer, Kew* man, Duncan, Kanton, Misses Byan and Keane «nd t want, Mrs. Loman and 3 children, and 25 in the steerage.

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