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SUNDAY RIFLE PRACTICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

', SUNDAY IÎIFLE * PEAOTIOE,. ' ' TO THE EDITOR- OF ' THE EXAMINER, ' : SIB,-I règrot very múcli 'to. Lavo toicall your attention., (o tho fact that during the ¡last two Sundays, tho inliabitaiits/öf South : Grafton Lavo hoon diaturbod from curly dawn by persons (sorae of whom J ' am sorry to Say, for the honor of tim Corps,1 whore ¡^luntoere^Uooting on tho Rifle ground, whichiss^uaikwitHvp tfcs^wnboundary. Now. I;-think Itlfiji is^^rVrfcoNtlmt. should bo ' put a stop TO oi^oneoY and ' I should .kop».,that. Volunteers will noV for, , tho 'futuro comitq'narico such proceedings, boiflr loyal subjects of,;ïïer ' Majestyn they - should'ï set* tho ' laudable oxample of conforming to the laws, and if ; there aro any.amongst thom whodo uot.tliéins.olvîs re- gard, tho Sabbath* as o'day sbt npártbyQódhiinaelf for Ins worship, thoynbould -"havo regard.. to tho opinions of-'ótheré'bn-that point, moro especially when such'rogard is onforced-by law;V .. > ? t :VI tçu8t'tliS.t,thosp. fewJ.romá...

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

... .--' - '? I HAGING- 'NEWS. ? . : I Tho Derby Avas won by Caracfcacus, lin out - ! nidcr. Caractacus was bred by Blankirou of | Eltham; Kent, and the ' betting against him' '. w aa forty to ono. . .He is the property; of a' Dr. Ewan, . Manjuis was .the. second horae, and Buckstone third.: ' The time in which the race was runby Bennett's new chanograph dial clock, was two minutes forty-five seconds and five tenths. Trendegree was tho winner: of tho Oaks. At Ascot, the Eoyal Hunt. Cup was gained by Canary 5 the Gold Cup by Asteroid.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO THE 2ND OF JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

;.,.Ai£Äiv^tö^:THB,>;.' ;,' ? E;N;Q:Llè.H'' 'MÁÍL.: NEWS TO THE 2^3.0? JULY.. ? , . '?. .. .-: r : ; .,; TICE , Grafton (a.) .with tho, English., mail pn_ hoard,. arrived at /"midnight on Monday. "Wo aro indebted tp,Captain CitEEitforour usual files, from which wo tako tho follow- ing:- ri : --? The Austral^iv-A^pril mail was delivered in«s London onl^^ltlraud 15th of June. ' Tho QueeKluidreturnod,from Balmoral to "Windsor,-"" and since then had ¡góno ' to Osborne House. Her Majesty continues ni good health'. ' v " '/'v: / !', The Princo of'Wales had "returned1 'from' the East, ' ; :: '';; " i ' ' I,;,'t Prince Louis of Hesse had also arrivod in England to preparo for his marriage with tho Princess Alice, which interesting ceremony is ;to take place' at . Osborne on tho 1st of July. ,.. -. iV, , Colonel White has boon elected member of Parliament for ; Kidderminster,' 'audi! Mr. Robertson, Liberal, Mr., Shrewsbury.. , ? Sir Charles/Woodstated, in reply to a doputation from tho ma...

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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. STATE-AID TO RELIGION—RELIGIOUS BEGGARHOOD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. -:-*-"?'" ; OOH columns uro opon to all writers who refrain from tlte uso of virulent language or personalities ; . but we aro not responsible for opinions, ei ? pressed. ..' ? ?--f.-:- . ? STATE-AID'TO RELIGION-RELIGIOUS BEGGARHOOD. " TO THE EDITOB OP THE EXAMINER. SIB,-Your correspondent « Church and State,' gives 1 Free Trade ' what I dare say he thinks, is a dressing for his lettor of the 22nd ultimo.' Wo may rogard it a fuir attempt to extinguish-nt least to silence, Make ,my compliments to him, and say I am still living, and breathe freely-that his sophistry has not carried my brain, nor his bluster moved my nerves ¡ that I may yet consumo much sugar, &o., to' help him pay his religious teacher, and that 1 am not a little entertained by his litorary mountobankism. Of his person and being I am utterly careless-whether a piece of humanity of three-foot-six up tho river, or of sis-feet; throe dowh,t Lot him know too that lie, deals neither tritlr....

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

. iÔUBV, CÖnRESPONDENT.] , <: LANOASfipE^ÓXTON,WÈATEBS.-A public meeting^SvttsXh^Ul .afc1, the 'Court' House, Casino, ou MondaVevoning Inst, for tho pur- pose, of rajsing subscriptions in aid of the distressed weavers pf England. . Taking into consideration the very short not)co given, it was very- well attended. Mr. H. G-arraïd, P.M., occupied the chair, and - after a few appropriate remarks, .read a pamphlet re- ceived from the relief, committee' of Sydney, calljiig1 on all the country districts to assist them in'such a just- cause.;-A subscription list was opened in the. room, and the very handsome '; sum of £G8 was subscribed "by those preaènpy It is td ' bo hoped that the [resl^f .tliq. iiihabit|tótX pf tho ; district will 'liberally respon^t-rthoxippoal; particularly wlien they consider that tyo colony ! is iii* a' great measur^^eiifefitted hy the American war, which has caused all this woeful dis- tress, raised the price'pf cotton, and'indui'ed our colonists to tur...

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

ORIGINAL POETRY BY HENRY KENDALL                                   -         FORESHADOWINGS       Fifteen miles and then the Harbour! Here we cannot   choose but stand,   'Faces thrust towards the day-break, listoning for ^öur .at .nfctivdland!. v '\¡¡^"i/' ?' ..'li! ! .':;.. Closcrreofijd topsails slmddering ovfr ; straining down ? . {lie j^oonihg moat ¿ - V«/\ ;i ' ?.??> Por o'teVpest cleaves tho darkness, hissing, howling . shrieking past ! ? YV Lo! the air is flecked with stormbird?, and their .?? : melahoholy wail ? > Lends a tone, of doopcrVtlio* io tho melancholy gale ! Whilstaw'ny theyiwhçelto leeward} leaving, 'in their wpidJlight, 1-S ...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY AUGUST 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 19 August 1862

F BEE S E L E O T I 0 N i-'.-.'tA'« THURSDAY AUGUST I&TII. ?> . líf Lachlin M'Kinnon, Woodford Island, 52 acres County of Clarance, parish of Woodford Island,"Nor 118. ' , . Joseph Tickle, Ulmarra, 40 acres, County of   Clarence, parish of Ulmarra, situated on the left bank of the Coldstream River; and bounded on the lower side by Oregon Creek, opposite the selection made by William Davison.             Altyi M'luunon, Woodford Island, ' 54 ncrls, County of\piafence,.\parish of Woodford,' Island, nearly óppositfl^tho lower Elbow, bçïngiportion 101* of Donaldson's survoy. \ . v John M'S won, son.,VWoodford Island,'- 43 'aoiJM, County of Clarenco, parish of' Woodford Island,' jpt: tion 105,*of Donaldson's survey.-ffi ' .*,''.': ?".?.v>tk'iii*> ? Arofiibald/M'Donnld, OiiWr Orafto^,üf< acres, County of: Clarence; parish of Wombah, on tba North Arm of (he Clarance River,...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL AND CO'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

PRODUCE CIRCULARS WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL AND CO??] Arrivals during tho putt week havo not been over many, and business lina been fair. ? Maize, owing to a slight advance in Holbourne, lins advanced again j holders asking 8s lOd to 4s to-dny. :.., Whealy. flour, and brnji axo..all unohanged--:--, Hay (Lucoinô) continues nt our former quotations. - "Wollongong Butter is in demand, at 2s. ibrpriine. .Maize-Ss 9d to da-ppr bushel Butter-2s por lb., in demand » Flours-flnost Town-£16 por ton Bitto,- flnost Adolnido-£15 . ditto Ottlodonion Wharf, King-stroot, Sydney, August 20th. '. -.? [w. PRITCHARD.] : Maize-Advioos from Molbourno aro favourable consequently tlicro is a slight improvement in prieo I quoto primo samples worth 3s.- lOd. lier bushel. . , Wheat ÍB in demand, and worth from Gs to 6s., Cd. per bushel. ' Borloy mid Oats meet with roady salo. : Flour-I quoto best brands pf fine worth £Mi por ton. . . ? 7: ; ' ? ? . . . Brandis worth £6 10s,to £7 per ton. , Pollard £5 to...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL.: THOMAS BAWDEH reports that business has not been vory brisk during tho week. .Tho milch cows did not sell, tho highest offer being far below tho reserve. No doubt tho scarcity of feed, in consequence of tho dry weather, dotorred persons from buying. Ho has had some transactions in working bullocks privatóly, ot £7 per head for young quiot workers, and in good! condition, fit. for on up-country, journey. There .is somo slight demand for this kind of stock, but not nt tho high rates asked by holden." ? .«. '

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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

I PARLIAMENTARY. NEWS. ,~ IN Parliament, tho principal' matter haä beon lh< discussion on tho Treasurer's financial statoinout Tho Ministry received porno hard rubs in tho course ut thu OltuMnluiii bul110 ainentImDnt-wnÀmoï'ed,-'nnd they were enabled to carry tho day without any actual opposition. It is understood, nevertheless, that many itoms on tho Estimates will bo' vigourously disputed, and an atlompt niado to introduoo retrenchments into severaldepartments. In answer to Mr. Hoskins, tho Ministor stated-that 320 acres of tho Tabulam Bun, in tho Claroneo River district, had been purchased by tho lessee, Major Chauvel, under his pre-emptive* right, since July 1801; that no instructions, had been since issued to tho district surveyors to survey-ndditionnl lund for tho pitrposo of sale to Major Ohnnvol, under pre-emptive light ; that Major Chauvel had inado no application for permission to purchaso such additional land) that tho Government weroawnro that a surveyor in th...

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THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

THE DISTRESS'MN LANCASHIRE. IT ia possible tim); for Bomolittle.timd .ydt'tlie idistrcas in the manufacturing districts may increase rather than diminish.- . Already it is spread over.'n largo area, and includes a far greater mass of tho artisan population than peoplo at a distance at all understand ( or realise. In tho smaller centres of manu- facturing industry, such as Wigan and Stock- port, the latest 'returns-thosq bf last week -show that destitution is gradually but steadily reaching a larger number of those who are directly or indirectly dependant on the cotton mills for support. At Wigan, for example, fivo por cent., of. the population are wholly without employment, and thus altogether dependant on Union relief or private charity for tho moans of subsistence. Tho number , requiring out-door rolief is in- creasing bv upwards of a hundred evory week. At" Stockport, out; of 17,000 hands usually em|¡tóyod, at ternilla' 7000 aro alto- gether out^f wWkjjrad about, tho same number ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

. -..-.-i /' . EXPORTS. ? . .August 20.-Grafton, (s.), for Sidney : 522 bogs mnizo, 5 onsks tallow, 270 bides, Offsides bacon, 105 tierces beef,, 70 boxes ,"sbnp,* 1 bille hair, 1 'cask tongues, 4 coops poultry, 8 boxos eggs, 1 holf-tierco tobacco; lenrrioge,and 24 packages of sundries...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

ABSTÄAOT OP SAVES BY AV OVIOS DUR- ING THV WEEK. MR, THOMAS FISHER. - At tho Cricketer** Arms, To-Mbnw, nt ll o'olock, Cows. MB. HENRY. MAURICE-At Iiis Rooms, .on Monday next, nt ll o'olock, Toam 10 Working Bullooks, Dray, and Gear, completo; Land in Dobio-street, River frontage ; 20-Acro Farm; Allofonents on tho Racecourse, and Carr's Crook. - v . ?

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TRIAL TRIP OF THE AUSTRALIAN STEAM-SHIP AGNES IRVING. (From the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

TRIAL TRIP OP THE AUSTRALIAN - ;, j STEAM-SHIR AGNES ' IRVING. (From Hw Globe.) THE trial trip ol' this steam ship toole placo on Tuesday tho 24th of June. at eleven o'clock, A. fashionable party of colonists embarked at tho. Blackwall 'pier, when she cast off and-steamed down tho river. .In ap- pearance she resembles moro a gentleman's yacht than a trading vessel, being barque rigged, as she will proceed to tho colonies under canvas. Her dimensions are as follows :-O ver all, 214, feet . botweou por i pondiculars, 199 feet C inches ;'length of I kool for tonnage, ¡1S5 feet; breadth moulded, ' 24 feet ; on. declc, 24 leet ; draught of water, : six feet (when fully laden) ; depth of hold, j ll feet; tonnage, 566. Her engines are on I tho oscillating principle, havingbeon manufac I tared by' 'Mr, Joline- Stowart, of i tho Blackwall Iron ^Yorks, the vessel i hersolf being built by Mr. .Charles Langley, iron steamship builder, of Deptford, i Mr; Hobinson, surveyor to tho Peninsular I an...

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THE LANCASHIRE CRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

..; t 1 > THE LANCASHIRE CRY. ' - ;; A; woman watoboth tho longsight though,. ; While outside fallcth tho heavy dow ¡ . ' And tho firo ia scant and low within,' . And her cotton dress ia worn nnd thin, ; ' . . ; ? "Shiv'riugwith cold in tho ghastly light, Wearily, sadly, passoth tho night. Then in the gray of tho morning dawn ....... Sile wal ko th slowly along the lawn ' Along the lawn nil laden willi dow 1 . Tho grass in strength again tp renew, While; in measure to her fertile trend, ' 'The tears drop down from.hcr low bow'd head. Shojcanoth her arms upAi UiOgatev But no ono rolioTca her. nlary," wa|." Hor eyes in tho distance Van^eth Ar, ..-.'.Sf There's'nothing seen bul fiiomorhilg atari .V* And thc rosy tint of tho;c%ming qif That werneth tho last Blur flee away. There's nothing within tho cottar's homo 33ut shadowa cast by thimorning gloam; .Oust on tho walls and beardless floor, And three young ohiWron'çovcr'd o'er. With a tatter'd quil^thafc sWcoVnll koop ' ? Them warm i...

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GRAFTON VOLUNTEER RIFLES—RESULT OF TARGET PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

. , GRAJ?TOíf VOLUNTEER RIFLES-RESULT OF TARGET PRACTICE. ¿ , L 1 {f NAMES. Obtain Greaves . .. Lieutenant Barker.. Sergeant Ramsay .. Pr) jato Jones. ??¿.t,. Wagner...; Finlay .7... ...»*.' Hyde. - J " Maurice. .. Cii wral Mealy. Pl »ato A. Lardner. :-4i' .Li. 1 . 5 4 . 8 .4 4 6 1 9 8 IO 1 5 5 \9 \8 5 5 5 1 4 ^ v ¡V % Marksmen, . f In tho first CIOSBA ^ih^Zmi^:húaÁee¡4t i w{o.300>yari^js tho party fifing must ninjto fiKoon, points to nualifV him for tho next class 400 to OOO yards, in wfiich twelvo pointa must, bo made to. oiilttlo tho. party to enter the first class. In the hiing for'-tho -marksman, Sergeant Itamsoy mid Private Wagner, tied in tho first class j'buMho sergoant having made 18 points to Wagner's,17 in tho socond class, wears tko gold musket crossed on the right arm j tho oihor marksmen wearing silver muskets crossed oh tho shine (inn. ' On roferonco to "the above tahlo, it will be seon tliat some of our Voluntoors, notwithstanding thoy have had no uWticeOTiado mor...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

(Statte \xû §Íc|n\otó TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1863. THE átate of matters at the Clarence Heads, seems to be auy thing, but satisfactory, and requires immediato attention at the hands of tho Government, or wo may reason- ably cxpoct some serious outbreak. Under our police news, our readers will find tho report of two cases which have already arisen out of tho conditions in which both the employers and the employed aro placed, and we cannot but commend tho wisdom of tho Grafton Bench in affixing a ridor to their de cÍ8Íou,settiugforththourgeucyoftheneceBSÍty for a supply of police at the Hoads. Public works of sucli gigantic dimensions as there un- dertaken will inevitably require a large force of labourers and workmen, who will in tho very naturo of things be liable to misunderstand- ing, and bo embroiled in endless dispute ¡ if I the facilities for arrangement of their difli : rences aro not placed within their roach. AB ' mailors now stund, tho works aro without police attention' ofran...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. ? August 22.-^TTrara (B;), 400 tons, Captain Wiseman, from Sydney 20th and Newcastle 21st instant. Passengers-Mr. Robertson, Mr. Devonald, and 18 in tho steerage.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

IMPORTS. August22.-Urara (s.), from Sydney: 8 pareéis, Tenterfield, .Gaoler j 1 bundle Ñ BOWS,; -1 weighing machine, 1 keg nails, 1 nest tubs, Iiiron and Wake Upldj 1 cask plants, W. B. ,Campbell j.3 casos, 8, pieces matting,'1'truss, T. Shoveller j ' 2-oases'axes, fi cases janis, 1 box tacks, W.'L.. Lawrence j 1 case, !?"" \V. Robertson ¡:1 bag begs, Munsell j .l erato, L. S. Lcowenthal j 1 parcel drapery, E. Potts ; 2 lots bags, N. Frasers 3 lots bags, W. johnson ¡ 1 lot bags, A. -' Alberts 1 bag sugar,': J.vMorgan s 10 bags flour, 1 case sundries, 1 cask whiting, 8 bars iron, 2 axle blooks,'2 cart boxes, T.";Fishery. 1 parcel, 0. Hom«' burger s 5 bags silgar, 2,caseslpickles,'6 boxes tea, 8 bags salt, 4 boxes caudlès, 7 peases sundries, 1 case lobsters, Vpaokáge.piper,.Loo ,You¡ G^bags flour, 1 bag potatoes, IS. Johnson ¡10 bags salt, 1 hogshead, rum, 35 bags sugar, '! boxes candles, 2 cases fruit, l' . case crystals,1 caso oysters, Incase sundries, 1 ream paper, 8 boxes soap,!'....

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

DEPARTURE. August 20.-Grafton (s.), 240 tons, Cap-, tain H. Creer, for S3'dney. Passengers Mrs. Robertson, Miss Robertson, 2 children, and servant, Messrs. Reynolds, Robertson, W. B. Campbell, Bundock, Paviell, Travers, Griffiths, and 15 in the steerage.

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