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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

DEATH.       ORD.—On the 16th May, at Sunderland England, Mr. Edward Ord, aged 57, step-father of Mr. Thomas Leslie, of Ulmarra, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

, S\Y DNEY. V S(Wom t%. Herald.) ' AUSTRALIAN ÇOTTON GLOVES.-We have boen' mowma'pair of cotton slate coloured gloves,\sentoùt by\posfVto,Mr. Burdokiu, of ' this ciïyV -ifliè' frebric Vs" cxlTemoly* fine, scarcely distinguishable, either hy touch or sight, from silk. It Ayas manufactured by Mr. Bazley, of Manchester, from Australian cotton. , . ! v. On Saturday evening the occupants of a houso in Oharlcs-s.treet, Woolloomooloo,' were .soriouslyX injured hy an explosion in the room wheroNtlioy woi'o sitting, rending an ' English letter, -vifith gome friends. .Three of thom were burnip one-rnther seriously, and tho roof of the house was partially blown off. ' It was supposed that some gunpowder must havobeon stored in tho chimney-by a previous ôéc^âfc;>n;dfeWînfa^the tiré.-'" .'.""!.'' : Two inquesfsywo^tiold by tho Sydney, coroner on¥SatOTdayV)irbnco respectable mon! ' killed by drinking habits. '?'Ono was Mr. B. ' E. Cu'tlor, formerly a\inastor builder ; aud tho other was Dr.'W. ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.] London, June 26th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

EUROPEAN NEWS. [l'ROJI OUB LONDON CORRESPONDENT.] London, Juno 2Gth, 1862.. AT last tho summer seems likolv to let tho thousands of. Frenchmen over hore see tho "sun;" it is a-joke now current to ask Englishmon if they have ovor sèen tho Celes- tial body, for since tho opening of tho Ex- hibition we have had tho most miserable^ weather possible,-hleak winds and continual rain being tho rule and not tho exception ; however, with all this drawback, you can scarcely conceive how London is crammed with foreigners. Our own country people are only now beginning to visit tho metropolis, as tho cheap excursion trains have only just commenced to run. Few South Wales is well represontod at her court in tho Exhibition. The specimen , of woods (polished) are attracting much notice amongst the Government officials, who speak very highly of them. You must be foro long do something moro than in cedar;, mind Tasmania has a very jealous eye towards, you, her trophy of spars exhibited, ' although not...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

i GRAFTOki PUBLICE COURT. . \ XV TiiuirauAT. ' ¿ BEFORE Gm*ain*Jíill\l\M. charged with drunkenness! and disorderly cWdiict, pleaded . guilty ¡ and was lined 5s. or tue alternative of twenty-four hours. "' \ FRIDAY. . .. .. . BEFOUE Captain Hill, P.M., Messrs. A. Lardner, rind S. Avery,' J.P.'s . Elizabeth Small, wife of Mr.- Samuel Small, residing at South Grafton, applied for an order of prohibition, to prevent store- keepers, publican's and others from supplying herhusband, with drink, as she felt her lifo, and/bfyat of her children was endaugored by his .excessive drinking. Constable. Walsh and: Thomas Allenville gaoler, s wore to his hoing' pcrfectjy,. madNwheVi in liquor. An. order prohibiting publicanslind others from supply- ing the sa&SaWehSnuill ;yas directod to DO j issued forthwithx \ \ : . WEATIIEltSTONE . A'.- SMITW.' . V (ThiB was, .a charge ^ of assault. Letitia Weatherstone deposed :-That on tho 13th instant, shó was crossing the ferry to South Grafton, when ...

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

. RICHMOND KITER. AugiiBt 10.-^-wave of Life, from Sydney. August M.-Pioneer,' from Brisbane. ? ?": August 15;-Fauny, from' Brisbane/ ?. : August'15.-Storm King, from Sydney. =Tho Josephine, Rhoderick Dhu,' Coraki, Helen, and Sea' Gull,' aro har bound. , «;. <:.?: WE learn from private sources ¡ that the: Grafton has not completed, her. rrepairs, and that it is probable she \yill ii6t . leave Sydnoy until Friday evenings The Urara left Sydney "on Wednesday, Newcastle at moon ou Thursday, crossed the . Clarence bar at .1'30 p.m. on Friday (was detained some time.lauding, timber at tho Heads), and arrived nt Fisher's Wharf at O p.mí sanio evening. Tho Urara experienced light variable winds aud flue .weather.- Tho Grafton was sighted.off Moona Bay nt two p.m. on Thursday. ; ¡ Tho ' Grafton left Fisher's Wharf, on Wed- nesday, at TxtSa.m., and crossed1'the'bar . at 1*45 p.m. tho same day, with, light, northerly, airs and fine weather. ? . .NEW.SrEAtiüit.-The screw steamer-Sta...

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

MESSRS. SAB1EN AND HANCOCK, ; BIT TCHERS, ' QUEÄN te E E T, Still: continub W SURPLY ., the BEST ARTICLES -at the follófcingVatcs . ' . ? ßbefA . Primc'joints, 2d./per Rn » .. Inferior ditto, l^d. peril)., CA&H at the block Corned beef, 2¿d. ]>cr lb.' ; . ' ' ;;x-f:i Ditto ditto, per 100 lbs.,-16s. 8d. Tongucs,.corncd and fresh^la/cach' Quarters, 1 Jd.; per lb., delivered Mutton. Hind, and Fore, Quarters, 6$ per lb., -, " alterna; . Lcgs,-6d., pcr( lb., Loins, 6d., per lb Shoulders, Gd., roer lb. Necks,and Breasts, 4^d., pej \:..\Veal. ? 4d. per lb., round. \ V' .Toints,r4id^ By thevcarcasc,V BÍdeA4d-per lb. Hands, corned, ud, caclv Pigs'? faces, 1 d. per lb.,, corned Bacon, by the 'side] smoked, 7d. per lb. Sausages. Pork, 5d. per lb.'; v V r: ? Beef, 3d., per lb. ?''?*'?? " Clarence Investment and Building | MSocietjsi BETING- /u/ ~tb£ sfci&OL OP I " ...Í^RTS, on/tli'c/rst/SAÏURDAY in I each month, nt^.'o'ylocl/p.m. 20 < .jftitfflg PAGE/ Secretary...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 August 1862

[FltOJt OUB COBHESPOSDIÎNT.] DEATH BY BuHNrNaAr-A'.snd anti fatal ac- cident 'occûrrod'onvMônday.last, tb. a daughter of Mr. W. Taylor, of this parish.\ It appears that tho littlo girl, who was about seven' years of ago, . in company with sóveral younger children, was playing around some burning rubbish, not ' many yards distant from hor paront's residoncp, when by some moana hor clothing toole ilro, and she waa immediately onvojoped in flames, Hor scroams drow thu attontipn of hor father who was working at somffehoVt disfanco from tho spot, and ho immediately rah towards her, and after burning his hands, Vuccoèdects in extinguishing the flame; but tho fir*«, had dorie ita fatal work. Tho body of tho poor little,,Bufferer was com- pletely roosted ; alio nbvor rallied, and died early next morning, tho professional aervicea of Dr. Richards who was called in, being of littlo or no avail. Wo think it a duty incumbont upon all parents, to caution thoir chlldron against that highly danger...

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

,Pt»r Smith's Flat., :H t ~^»^N T11 J: .S/f E AMER ^áfeSt" 1 1-'MIAM$I THURS- DAY;-'.? 4th September./ Carafe; received. on WEDNTiM)1 Y Kid/optombcr. TJlo:.U«%SiïJER, Agent. rpENDJÉS are requin A- .'. aboufl^:- «ein of vi with a tty i mint- fia dode notbind InmscUnJjSE or any tender. Acmi[ssd Office. \ ¡d.for. FENCING lad. near-Grafton, £f< The advertiser ¡accept the lowest, II. ('., Examiner , 800 p A j, M OÏÏC E. R. Jil OM \ M Fl SJ lim all JUTSON tER- desires ? to .who arc IN- DE BTElf TO IIIftl/t/iï..period over.lour, months to ilns/d/tc; that un hiss their ACCOUNTS Bl? /PAID AT ONCE, they .wilfe sued imf without distinction. ; Gral'toinAu;;!!.( <3lli 801 TffiOR MV/JI/ -Thu Lease, License, and Ü ^Eit.f'.Ä ol those large and commodious prc)niseiS'Wn)wn ns thc -. : ,:. , nt piW^ii^íuil f ríiícr, .tn^ situated about ball-way ?botweoii tho Clnjflnco Heads and Grafton--about forty-yard/-from tho -, I'oafc ollico wharf ; The lease /f tho paid Hotel has eight year...

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

Steam to Sydney. m HE C. and ; A . COMPANY^ , sie for SYDNEY, TO-MORROW (Wednes- day) MORNING, at daylight./ ;" THOMAS FISHER, Agent. OAT, FOR: HIRE? h/tyMwàmi IsleT o'f'the Grafton Fci/y. ' 638 Australi&n John Stock Bank. "VTOTICE is hereby given, that: interest -LT is allowed by this Bank on fixed de- posits, namely:- . / ? On deposits, for 12 mmthpAver cont. per annum. ¿y / ¿~ I On deposits for 6months JB per/ccn/ per annum.- ? / I / f) On deposits for 3 monti)/, SQJCJ; COJK., per annum. / .BANK . POST BILLS with interest added at these rates respectively are. issued pay- able to order. i ; HENRY CUTHBERT,, Manager.; Victoria-street, Grafton« . 2 TTtTTANTED; immediately/ a ¡LAD, to . Ti»?> assist in herding a^Tmob of cattle. Apply to GRAHAM Wïïjm'E, Etonswill. . TO PAINTERS. - TENDERS Re quired for Painting afid Glazing the new Custom House'j^nd/ah&for Painting the Bank balcony. . '«ndfers^p be» sent in on or before thc 2Gth in/tnnt. FRENCH and WRAY. "W7ANTED, ...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

;ß LATEST COMMERCIAL, . PRODUCE CIRCULARS.. " 'T1. . WlfÖLÄLB. [ANDEÍISO^ CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] ' Arrivals during tho past weok liavo not been over, many, anil business lias bron fair. , Matzo continues nt lust week's quotation j bolllers« asking ¡ls. 10<1. to 4s. Wheat, FloUr, and Bran, aro all unchanged, liny (Luccrrio) continues at our formor quotations. Wollongong Butter is in demand, at 2*. for prime. Maize-3s 9d to 4s per bushel Pigs (ulive)-about 3d to 4d per lb. Whcnt-Colonial, 5s Od to C?. Ditto, imported, 6a 3d to 6s. (Jd. Caledonian Wharf, King-street, Sydney, August 27th. [KOBJ3RT CAMVU1ÎI.1,.] Flour from ¡GM per ton Hay-lucerne, 0,1 ; oaton, /8 to £12 per ton. Potatoes, ditto, M to tl Wheat-as Gd to Gs per bushel Maize, 3s lld to 4s por bushel, Arm Uran, ls 4d per bushel Barley-Os ditto ' Butter, 2s por lb. Bacon, 4d to GdVoheoae, 4d to Gd per lb. Pigs, alivo, 4d. per lb. Cnivcs, 15s to 85s, . Hides, 6s' to'lli each. J.,' 101, Sussox'strcot, Sydney, August 27t...

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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 GRAFTON'S DETENTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ? Or/i^oluVinsVror^pon to nil writers who refrain Hom tho us\ of-tfirulent lnngungo or personalities ¡ but weVnro not responsible for opinions ex- pressed. Y \ : TEE GRAFTON'S DETENTION. TO THE EDITOR. OF TUE BXAMINL'R. SIR,-In your issua of thu 19th instant, I notion you havo devoted a short paragraph to this company, in referonoe to tho detention of die Grnl'ton, at Sydney. l eonid not liavogiven tl'o information yen desired, as I did not know it myself ; 1 was quite uncertain whether the repairs to the Grafton's ongiuo would ba effected or not,that trip, but even if I had, I fully anticipated that by working nil night thu vessel could stivft °t lier regular day, and when Captain Creer men- tioned tile circumstance that sha would bc dctaincd,'it must have i>cch moroly eurmiso on his part. I de- tained tho v esse] au oxtru day, as I thought the people in Grafton wotfld Uko to have their linglish letters. You know how desirous I am that tho steamers sho...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

¡.?Yr y:¡,:\ líSYD'NEY. "V 1 ... , ? . (From lite JTerald.) Mit. W. 13. DALLY.-JVIr Dally, wini was a, -r . passenger f«oiii England by 'the Great Britain, 1 , ;imyed from" Melbourne, by the Wonga ., Wonga yesterday evening. Mr. Dalley had ?' resigned ;his Emigration Commidsionership, ? nud had started for this colony prior to tho receipt in England- of ibo letter from thc Government, recalling tho Commissioners. ; LI^NSLAdoiiTEn.-Au inquest was hold by K tho City Coroner, at his offico, on Wednesday \\oft.tho hedy of** niau named George Imitorn, whb^ dieR in thVlnfirmary on Tuesday from ¡nie effect \>f injuries received bv a fall from im ombibusAon Meiiday last. The inquest, aw indicated by tho above heading, resulted in the committal of Taylor, ono of the drivers .for manslaughter., A proposal has been mooted for a grand intercolonial rifle match amongst tho Volun- teers. Tho proposition is that a challongo tdiield, valued about £200, subscribed for by Victoria, New .South Wale...

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN SYDNEY. . . TVB are.informed by Captain Creor,.that on tho night he Bailed i'roin Sydney, a large fire was raging. By tho Hunter River steamer, .which îeft.Sydney an hour later, he learnt that the firo was in'George-street, and was , further informed -that tho premises of Messrs.. Cohen' and Co., of . the Monster Clothing' " Hall, wore completely gutted ; and that the "fire had spread to tho adjacent'premises, oe- . cupiod by Mr. Porter tho' pastrycook. The ' fire at' that time was.being got under.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

PAULI A MENT ART INTELLIGENCE. THE following ia au abstract of llio Parliamentary business transacted during tho past wcok : Ltliis\bill umtfldics tho syatcm recommended by Mr. ^rr3B8,,M.r^ov Adelaide.-Dr. Lang oxproseed his i^tiDowion aftho introduction of tlie bill, which ho Wd wo\d of itself immortalise tho présent Ministry. Tito 3^1 to prohibit futuro grants in aid of publio worship was recommitted, with a view to reconsider tho first, second, and third clauses, and to introduce n new clause repealing schedule 0 of tho Constitution Act, and Sir Richard Rourke's Act ; the amendments were severally agreed to, nnd tho third reading of tho bill fixed for tho next day, but on that day, was post Sonod till tho following Wednesday.' Tho Coal Fields Regulation Bill was partially considered in comniittco Mr. Wilson moved tho adjournment of tho Ilouse, willi tho ubjeotof complaining ol' tho conduct of Mr. E. Hamilton, ono of tho colonial agents in England for tho Groat Exhibition, in havi...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

, , . EXPOETS. '.3tngttst iï.-Unira: (a^i^for Sydney : 8PG bugs iuuize,:lli hides, 9 OSBUB'(allow, 100 cinply coske, 60 boxes fioi'tp, 6 boxes eggs,'4'coopd poultry, '129 oimcca gold, und sundry piickngoa, ; }?"--' ? Tho.Grafton (a.) left Sydnoy on Wéduea dtvy, Newcastle, át i)*3t> a.m. on Thuradny, crossed , the bar nt,,3'-i0 p.m. on friday, stopped .all night afc the Elbow, and .arrived >:afc' Fisher's wharf at 8,- a.m. on rcuturday' Tho Grafton experienced mode- rate var|!Ujlo breezes from S.E. to S.W. with cloudy weather throughout the passage. Iii our'litst.issue we stated that it was probable 1he &rafton would not leave at her usual timely Our iuforaiiition A\aa correct, hut the slipjboing engaged the vessel could not complete her repaird. . . . . , ' Tho Grafton , sighted tho Urara ut 145 p.m. oh Thurada}', off Long Island. Tho Dart «nd Elizabeth, from tho Clarence Jiivor, arrived at Sydney ou the 22nd ultimo, iioth véasela are advertised to return to tho river ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, : THURSDAY. . PitESENT ; The Mayor, Aldermen Lardner, Jones. M'Faddon, ArchBr, Cowan, Payne, and Gilmore MINUTES. The minutes ot' the last meeting were road and confirmed. . . ' ? A letter was read from the Treasury, in- forming thev Çouucil thqt tho endowment for the'haU'-ypar. ¡£049 ls. 7d., had been paid into'tBe Joinc, Stooli'.Bank, Grafton, to their credits! V. " \ C> \ Tlie Improvement '11 Commi tice reported thr't they had examined the mouth of the Creek at Ulster Lpdgo, and recommended that tho subject of a dam be postponed till the report ot' Mr. Greaves, the surveyor, was received ¡ the eommitteo' also reported {that they had prepared a specification of tho work required to bo done in Queon-st'reefc.. Tho roport was received, and tondors for clearing Quoon-streot, ordered to be adver tiaedfor. » The vendor of Mr. 0, Avery for ¿G8Í5, to I i build two bridges over Spring nnd Cowan and Abbott streets, and to clear tko streets twenty feet wide. Tho Counci...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Herald.) ( BATJIUBST.-Tuesday, 10 a.ui.-An exten sive gold-field is discovered ir* tho uoighbour hood of Wellington. In deep-sinking, eight} feet from tho bottom of; the first hole, i pocket handkerchief of earth stuff gave tko. ounces bf gold. ' BitAinwooD. - Tuesday, 9 p.m.-Th escort takes 1324 OKS. 8 dwts. 12 grf -William Mortimer Travers has been iden titled by a person named Pearce as the mai who robbed him on the Olydo Road Travers was apprehended, and is lodged ii gaol, . BRISBANE,-Priday 5. p.m.-The superin tondent of tho Bteam drodge, Mr. Fraucit calculates that in six montliB he will be ab! to cut a channel through the bar, giving liv- or six feet moro water than there is at pre I sent. Tuesday 5 p.m.-The Governmon hesitate to assist tho corporation in buildini a bridge across the Brisbane by guaranteeing as was proposed, tho interest on tho munieipa debentures, but oiler instead to ask a gran' fur a steam^forry oiv pontoon bridge, oitho¡ of whi...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. . BEFOHE Captain Hill, P.M. r I WATiKF.ll V. ltOBINSON. This was claim of 10s., for a fowl alleged lo bo trespassing on dofendnnt's land, and which ha deWoyod. Verdict for plaintiff, with Cs. costs. Mr^icliaeJlappeared fdr plaintiff. J^. > \- \^, JKJRDJJEN' r. LAWKÉNOE. \» i ^tis w*s a claim of £1IO3., for a water filter sold\i do\idunt. Vanliot for plaintiff, with 5s. costs. \ ItAUllEH Y. WAIiTGIiV This was a claim of £0 money advanced. Mr. Michael, who appoarod for' dofomhiit, amtondod tlmt tho Court md no jurisdiction.- Case dis-' missed. .' ; ; WV COWA-ff Y. ,AWWATEn._^ . '..:'. :. , J This was a cUjSRS^fwv money advanced todofondnnt. Case adjourned till' next sitting. XAAVEENOE V. riSTXEIl. This whs an action to recover tho sum-of £3 Os/'Qd., an hotel account, alleged by plaintiff to b&due.jiy âefcndarft, for dinnors, &c. supplied. ^Tho>^0foníaní¡toleadod non-indobtednéas, Tho plaintiff wôV non-suited. ' V -"" « CAItHON V. NEIL. ...

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INSOLVENCY COURT, SYDNEY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

INSOLVENCY" COURT, SYDNEY". TUESDAY. "BËFOÎIE the Chief Commissioner. A certificate was'granted without oppoi tion.to Thomas Bawden, of Lawrence. IN ïn:K«i!sï,ATE 6, r MK. HITCHINS.-Alf« > i Hitchins applied for a certificate. Objectioi were fileu*. by one of the creditors-first, tin insolvent had given undue proforence to ce tain of his creditors to tho injury of other and socoudly.^tlmt, hoing a person engagi iu trade, heWriitted to keep proper books,. account, and^espccially since a compromi. made with his creditors in March, ISC which loft him with a sum of ¡¡61S00 wit which to recommence business. Insolvei hating been examined in rcforonco to thei vebjectiont, fte Chief Cominissionor expresse his ophaion^khat insolvent had not kej p^por accounts since April, 1861, but th: I such'omission was to he ascribed not toar frauduleníintentonhispart,but to tho neglo orincapacity of clerkseinployodforthepurpoi of keeping tho books. This circmnstauc however, is no answer to tho objecti...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

v > . SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 'y. ! . ARBIVÁL. ' August ¡30.-Grafton (B.), 2-10 tons, Cap-. > tain H. Crear, from Sydney 27th aud New- castle 28th instant. Passengers-Mr. Gray, Mr. Favioll, Mr. IIuDtley, Air. Chandler, and 20 in the steerage, f

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