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

. DEPARTURE. August 27.-Urara (H.), 400 tons, Captain Wiseman, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Darke, Mr. Dargin, Mr. ' DeVonald, and 19 ir. the steerage.

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INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE REPORT. (From the Empire) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

INSPECTOR GENERAL OE POLICE REPORT. ,. (From the'Empire) ->;.' ..Ti!B.-.;Inspector-Genoral ot ;Polieo lino-- re- ported progress; mid if; is hardly necessary for us lo say that tho task has been' au casjr one. The - unsophisticated person who found himself travelling in a sedan chair willi the botroiu ouc.nn'jeiy remarked that: he might as well have w.ilke.1, if it had not bron for appearance saleo; and, su fur ns nny good having followed tho polico organisation, asimilar remark inky apply, .cit is show, and nothingmoro. In saying this, it cannot b/'imputed"tn us that wo-throw"any ob stacie^ in tho way of that which th» .country «coins t&stnud so much in need o.t^-thû..ibr uiation >o£. a really _oni(!iiejit:/1oonsrab(i\la.i!y,;i! fol' if .tlib^tômi)tthÛA-f«rTiaa>-fmlod,.:>Vlfich' few will-be hurdy enough, to'deny; surely an j open statement of tho fact is moro likely to lead to improvement than smothering tho truth. Tho Inspector-General virtually acknowledges th...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY AUGUST 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

F il EE SELECTION. Tn uns» AY AUGUST 28'ÏH. William Kirkpatrick, Woodford Island, 103 nore«, couuty of Cluroncc, pariah of Tyndall), situated on tho South Arm of Clarenca ltivur, and hoing portions 29 and 30, and bounded on tho Mast by William Bradley's conditional purchase of 40 aores. Thomas M'Phec, Houthguto Creek, Ulmarra, CO acres, county of Clarence, parish of ITlmorra, situated on tho Coldstream River, bounded on Hie North by tho farm selected by ]J. Stokes, on tba West by thu Broadmouth Creok, and on tho South by a line from tlint creek to tho Coldstream. Area selected, 1G3 acres ; deposit paid, £40 15s. HOSPITAL .COÏIMIT'XEE MÉETiKb.^'lie* committee met o» %ù\so\V evening, S^ru Lardner in the chan*. ThoVeeretary Toporteir^ tho following sums roceivo'd:-Tho Mayor," £1 (secondsiiLscVintiou), Mr. G. Avery, £1 ; Mr. BucklSd.\£5> Mr. ^-['Fadden, £1 ; Mr. Hyde, àjlA-TlX.LftAàsH report was thon roiid, a copy oi' whii:h\wiU. bu fourni in our advertising columns. \It was' resolve...

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

" ? TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1803. TUB debate of tho 2(>ih', upon; the payment , ol' members, ia worthy bf the t first, consider- ation'by nil who 'aro deairoua that tho Legia ' Ohituro of the colony should : be a reality, \k i'njher thau a'sham. . However îiiuch we \..may be.opposed to the payment of members : ç \as a/qiioation of principle, weiiaivnufc disguiso ¡ : ''-.the f^pt that tho abatwe pf aome remuncra ' linn lor, aervices rondered ifi bringing about n aomcwhat exclusive mode of representation, 'and ia surrounded with much that ia ob- jectionable. . ; , ' ' Wo find that in . tiio present 'Vssembly ,8<tmo forty mcinlrar.s arc residents of Sydnoy, and only thirty-two conntry, residents. We may woll mk ia ir. paswblu that tho wants oi tho poopib can he iaii'Jv represented if so many oj' tim nimnbura belong to Sydnnv ? What can gontlomen wLo have spent thei days and year« in the banks and officos ( Sydney, know of tho wants or requiromenf of districts, some three . ...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

GRAFTON POLICE COURT. .. » TUESDAY. BÉFOUK Qaptain Hill P.M. ù. ^.EMBEZZLEMENT. 1 Alexander Kaye was brought up in custody of'tho police, charged with embez- zling certain ir:oneys, the property of his employer, Mr. William Layton, butcher, of South-Grafton. William Layton deposed: that during the months .of July and August} the, prisoner had received ut different periods during that timo various sums of money on his |accpiint, but for/which he had never ac- counted-to him ; Mrs. Austen, of .whom the prisoner had received payment from for meats delivered was too ill- to attend the cöurfc. Adjourned till Friday '<« FltlDAY. BEF*rt Captain Hill,'P.M., Messrs. A. Lardeen, and S. Avery, J.P.'B. , ; , \ ' EMBEZZLEMENT. ... , Alexander Kayo, charged with ombezzW ment, pursuant to remand, was brought.up ffr further evidence. The first witness called wàV Ellen Austen daughter of Joseph Austen who deposed :-that lier mother was in the habit pf paying the prisoner for meat when de-...

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

STORES AND HOTEL TO BE LET. AT SOUTH GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER. THOSE LARGE AND COM- MODIOUS PREMISES, belonging to the " Estate of the late William Cowan," comprising a first-class HOTEL, large   receiving and retail STORES doing a good business; the Stock &c., in Stores and Hotel to be taken at cost price. There is also a good WHARF with DEEP WATER FRONTAGE.         Tenders, stating rent per annum, ad- dressed to Mr. NORMAN COWAN will be received up to the 1st OCTOBER next, at which time possession will be   given. The Executors do not bind them- selves to accept of the highest or any   tender. There is attached to the premises a large ; and well stocked GARDEN ; also, Paddocks, Yards, &c. South Grafton, July 22nd. 700 ________ 436¿ George-street, Sydney, one door from the Royal'Hotel. street, Woolloomooloo, in thanking the gentry and public of Sydney for their past favours, be...

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

.-J^ARßSS TO LET. TO BE LET, on long ternis, n FARM, . with river trommel nearly opposite Swan Creek, lately^ocumed by Mr. Hen- nessey j also sever/1 tfthf r Farms, on or near the River. ' 'RICHARD BLIGH.' I^OR. SALE, bv private contract, a Team ? of 10 "WorkyigJULLOCKS, Dray and Gem, compleJrc.iJ Apply to HENRY MAURICE, Aucfioi/er. 815 .A L A Ii D.y ?^O.R .SALEj by priwate^ontiact, several r-\.-Town and Sul/irbwi Allotments of LAND Ul also 30-a6rc//arm. Apply to HENRY .MAURICE, Kand Agent _:" _ . -À. 816 . \ SALE BY AUCTION \ Cows, Cows. TVTR. THOMAS favored with ii public auction, on<C September, nt thc Sf i HheT&uurt I'lousd^o Several good milki .;foot¿' . . ^ Salo to'commence at ll, o'clock , Terms Cash. FISHER has been ... to sell by 'SD AY, 10 th ma, opposite > Ii calves nt Accommodation.?Pald.oclr for ForRes . and Cattle iatandad .ior Sais "by .Auction. ? \ - . I^TR. HENRY MAUR1CÄ begs to i ?-Ml. form Jhu imblicyjthftt/>e bip rented a good^ GKASS/Q\y)...

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GRAFTON HOSPITAL—ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 September 1862

GE AFTON HOSPITAL-ELECTION OF OFFICERS. A PUBLIC MEETING of subscribers to lho_ Hos- pital Fund, was held on Friday evening, hi tho Hall of tho School of Arts. . Mr. A. LARDNER, J.r., took tho chair, by right of his office, as chairman of tho late com- mittee. Ho stated that tho object for which tho old committee wero elected had been accom- plished, and they had now called this meeting to resign tho trust into their hands. Ho thon briefly explained the various clauses of tho Act, relating to tho duties of tho different oflicors ; and thon called upon tho secretary to read tho following report and financial statement. ? Mr. JAMES PAGE thon read tho following with a list of subscribers (which will appear m our next issue). HEPOKT. Tho committee in resigning their trust, having accomplished the objootforwhioii they wero appointed, J desire thankfully to record the success winch has orownVl tho efforts of tho district in tho subject of | .tl^Gritfton Hospital, which they cannot but reg...

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

Trip to the Clarence Heads, To witness the ceremony, of; laying the FOUNDATION STONK of the Breakwater.. <v 'TriïîE C. and R. R." S. N. ^ CO.'S STEAMSHIP GR A" FTON, Will' leave FISIlElttS WHARF, on 'MONDAY. SBPTEBO^giîra, AI-7 A.M., Culling nt South ^iftonT^Ulinarra, and the Elbow; and wijf return at 4 p.m. JTAHES ron Tin: ian? : Saloon. Sa. '.-Steerage. 3s. MLMpTJTII DYE, Secretary. Sleam to Sydney, v THE C. and R. R. S. N. ¡£ -I COMPANYS steamship j GRAF T 'ff NV for SYDNEY/ JAomiOW filies. I day) MORNING af d/'ligl/ THOMAS /iSHER, Agent; BOAT FOR HlfiE/hy the day or hour. Apply taf^i/J^.MATTHB]!7S,. Lessee of the WroMnfKrry. . 638 Australian, Joint Stoclr Bank. 'foTOTICE is -hereby . given, - that. interest j is allowedly tb ia. Bank-'oa fixed de-j posits, nanif'ly On deposits for : á months, 4 pej^ent. per annum. On deposits for^j$n^s..^j>ei^Jnt. per annum. . , f On deposits for 3 ninths, SJ per cent, per annum. BANK POST BLUCS with interest : added ! at these rat...

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

IMPORTS. August 30.—Grafton, (s.), from Sydney : 1 box starch, 1 bag coffee, 1 case sundries, 1 roll, 20 bags flour, L. S. Lowonthal ¡ 2 lialf-chcats tai, 1 case fjmdries, 1 case ironmongery, 1 case, 1 box, T. Shoveller ; *pnrcol, Ii!. D. Ogilvie ; 1 cnso, Rapp ; 2 \ . cases lc^k"l>eor, 1 truss, Pago; 1 burrel, 13 oases, 1 erato earthenware, 1 box, 1 cask filas:!, 2 trusses, 1 parcel,2 cases eonfeotionary, 3 trunks, 57 nuts ungani ???fl eases old tom, I cask 1 box raisins,'! packages rope^ 1 case corks, 8 casks currants,'! quarter cask rum, 3. oases brandy, 1 bale sundries, 1 cnso mustard, 1 bag 2 cases coffee, 1 bale, I keg, 0 paddler, 5 bundles lur ; nery, 2 cuäl'.H, 1 bundle Butts, 1 keg nails, S grindstones, , W. JJ. Campbell ; 2 bags potatoes, .E. Tapper; 1 Íinrcol, M. M'Scilly; 4 cuves saddlery, A. Hydo; 2 logshoads ale, 4 casks beer, 1 cass old tom, 4 cases brandy, 2 cases champagne, TS. Oreel' ; 10 bags flour, J. Moskill ¡ 7 parcels, 1 case kerosene oil, J. P. .Tor Can ;(...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

PARLIAMENT AKT INTELLIGENCE. {From tho Herald.) On Wodncsday evening, after ; hearing counsel on behalf bf certain, clergymen of tho Church qf ]Wlfyid,d:ho Assembly came to a division on the tnird\ reading of the Bill io prohibit future granta bf public money for public, wprsliip, and tho measure was finally passed by a majority of 82 tb 19. It is.belioved, however that'" the .Bill will receive considerable opposition in the Upper Chamber, not so much on account of tho ! principle ifcerabodies, as_ on account of tho circumstaucqs,under which itj was carried in the Assembly}- and ¿ the't great! division, of opinion that appearsv.tö exist out of doors on the question. >' \ \ : The Land Titles Act (ba'sed on Torrens' law) has passed through the VÂBsembly with the unanimous approval of the House, and will soon bo enrolled on the statute book of tho colony.; ; In committee, Mr. Cowper in traduced several amendments on some of tho clauses as originally drawn, for -tho purpose of embody...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

SYDNEY. (From tho Herald.) THE LATE MB. JAMES NORTON.--Mr. James Norton, Solicitor, Sydney, expired at his residenco, Elswick, near Petersham, in the sixty-seventh year of his age, after a long and excruciating suffering, caused hythe fear- ful diseas lupus. . Ile. got an almost imper ceptable scratch on his nose in the garden, but paid no attention to it, until,' nt last, tho disease, spread, and finally, forced him to suc- cumb. \He Jingerod in intonso; agony from : May dost, until Sunday, the 31st ultimo, when, ho expired. Mr. James. Norton arrived in the colony in 1S18, having boforo his arrival been admitted a solicitor of tho Courts iu England. His name first appears in a pub- lished list of tho attorneys of theJeolony in- i .. the New South "Wales Pocket Almanac for 1819, in conjunction with four others. On Wednesday night last, a lady named Margaret Matilda Lawson, tho wife of Mr. Lawson/ accountant, residing at Balmain, died from the effect of the fumes of chloroform which ...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

3? JR EE SELECTION. , : THUIISDÀÏ, SEMEMLEH 4XII . Charles Johnson, Coldstream,. Clarence , Elver,98 acres, county of;.Clarence, parish of Tyndalo, situated on tho Coldstream Uiver, and .adjoining tho condi- tional purchaso of.'.Ohurles Johnson. . john Davison, Coldstream Uiver, Ulmarra, SO aoros, county of Clarenoe, pariah of Ulmarra, lot 208, on tho Broadmouth Crcok, bounded on tho Hast by a portion of J. Davison's 100 aeres ; on tho north byn Uno running west ; on tho west by a lino running south to the Broadmouth Creak ; and on tho south' by that creek down to tho point of commencement. ? George'Small, Ulmarra, 87 acres, eounty of OlaTcnoo, pariah of Ashby,^ hoing lots 28 mid 29.of Government plan,'' Bituato opposite Wanegalr and Crab Islands, on tho'North Arm of tho Clarence Bivor. Area eolootcdf 235 aoros | deposit paid, £38 15s". TUE ESCORT.-Tho escort which arrived yesterday, from . tho \ various gold-fields, I -brought down 373 ounces 10 dwls, gold-dust.

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner[?] TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

Clarence iiiiu §ic|inoiu) famiacv, I-, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1862.V ÓS MONDAY next, the ceremony of layiugt the foundation stone ' of ' tho breakwater at the'Clnrence Heads; will be performed, and wo have no doubt that a large numberof our townsfolk will avail themselves; of tho: facili- ties, offered by the.G. and E. ll. S. N(..Gpm ;r/5ny,"in running.tho'Grrañóii''to tho ileads on the occasion, to witnoss tho ceremony. The'works now being commenced are of such vital importance'tô^thia^ district, that' it is* impossible to calculate the advantages '..that must arise by rendering the- Clarence Éiver j a port easy of "access m all weathers. The Clarence ^VereV Bince its discovery, de- servedly h*eltl it^ppàitbn as tho noblest of all Australia'^ as nus fo«.t avdistanje. af yforty; miles : above .Grafton, or n'iüety Smiles;;irom. the : Hoads, and flowing tliroughY a 'soil unequalled for agricultural purposesTt-perhaps on tho whole surface 'of the globe-iind forming as it!. does .the nat...

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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 LATE POLICE CHANGES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

.ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. x V .i \-~.-" -?-- ? Oua columna aro*, opon to all writora who refrain from^thouseof Virulent languageor porsonaliliea ¡ but wo aro not renponsiblo for opinions ox I>resscd. . . ;? \ :: .--.>-- ' «. THl^ LATE POLICE CHANGES. \i (TO TUE EDITOE OF TUE EXAMINE«. " Si j,r-Kpt long since, your reactors oro aware, Cap- tain' flare WOB appointed sub-inspector of police for tilia district.\ Alter a very abort residonco amongat us '-ÎT^tH&t^ijn^A^iif'he^ anothor., dil IriVt, and ano^icr gentleman nominated in Iiis place. Now withóürtlio eligliost reflection upon our new sub-inspoctor, this is surely n wost unwise proceeding. Tho district is a very largo one ; it takes souio time and great attention for «ny newly appointed ofllccr to muster^the geography of it, to iirmngo Ilia management ¡,with a very linùted forço of mon, to scltlo into his .work, Just us a gonlleman had dono this, and wus '. beginninpio,bo,tidily usoful ho is removed, .,;.jAh3.if tli....

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

GRAFTON POLICE COURT. . ; TUESDAY; ' , , BEFOH'E 'Captain Hill P.M., and Mr. A; iiardner, J.P.;, ;.' . ' ? ; ? ; > jroK'Jçir v. EODIKSOH-. ; This was ay charge of/abusive language. Mri Michael appeared foripjaintíffi 1 Mildred North deposed : That he was a witness in a case in the Small Debts Court, in which ;defendantwas concerned ; boforeiho easecame on Ilobinson said to him speak tim truth, or seo how I will serve )'ou ;'' after thecase^was over defendant called him a b-- liaiy&c, without any provocation. G-eorgo Walker corroborated tho evidence of North, and tho Bench inflicted a line pf £1 with , costs of Court. :, ? "' MOYLAN V. I'ltAKCKS. This was,a chargo of shooting a yearling colt,'at South Grafton, as montioned in our last isBuei' Mr. Michaol appeared for the prosecution ;, Mr. Barker ibr tho defence. Patrick>;Moylan deposed: ho resided at South Grafton,'and. was' tho owner., of tho** yearling colt idiot on Mr. Evan's run at Waterview; he saw the colt alive'...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

LATEST %WñMM&lhl, PRODUCIS CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. ' TANDEUSOÎJ, CAMl'HlîM., AN» CO.'s] Arrivals of maize, wheat, nnd hay, during the'past week have bron pretty heavy, and business luis been very -brisk.' . Maize is firm and in demand at 'is., for largo parcels of bca|samples. ?'?.?.?' ': Wheat is in good demand at former quotations. "Flour"'although cont inning,at 'former prices, ¡3 not oijjr brisk bf BUIO.'Ä^ ' < ' . '-fiaj \ucornu was.'in good demand during the first pai'tjjf Hnjweek ; but oufyig to extensive arrivals, it is rather deWess^d of'Siile ufM lower in price. Wollongong bunter ia in demand, at 2s. for prime, Maize-4s polt.btishcl Wheat-Colonial, 5s Dd to Gs. 'Ditto, imported, Gs 3d to Gi. Gd. Hutter-2s per lb., in demand Bran-ls 3d to lo 'kl per bushel, in demand Flour-finest Town-£15 poi* ton Ditto, line Country, £l<t do. Bucon~5d. to Gd. per lb. for prime Caledonian Wharf, King-street, Sydney, September 3rd.- ? . --.? ": [W. TJUTCHAlll).] ....

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HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

, HOSPITAL MEETING. . . . . . V-4-. ?. "!,..*.:: TILE Hospital Committee met yesterday, at noon, /pursuant to adjournment. Present : Eev. i., E. \elwya, £Rbv. "W. Fidler, the Mayor, Messrk W Sirchuor, AV. A. B. Greaves, Michael* Shoveller,' Gilmore, Page, M'Padden, Lardner,.and- Lawrence;;/; y ' Mr. W. Kirchner wis callod to - tho chair. The minutes of the last meetings were read and confirmed! '. ; . '. ?? It w'as^ then resolved :-" 1. That all cheques boMrawn by tho treasurer,'on the re solutioiyjf ih^e committee, and countersigned by tye, secretary .\\ ) ...... '^2.-;Th\t ttfe;iMnow. in the/bank be placbd'out^ ifeere9t,\in the name of tho treasurer/ for six months/" . '?i,! 3. - That tho committee meet every Thurs- day evening, at à p.m., five to form a quorum; and' that application bo made to Committee , of School of Arts, for use : of the Council Chamber; ns a place of meeting." ".'.';'. | : " Í Thát Mr. ,A' Lardnor, .J.P., bo ap- pointed chairman of committeo ; and Mr. James P...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

IMPOSTS. ?'. September 7.-Yoluritoer, schooner, from Brisbane; 110 bugs salt,. 30 casks mineral waters, 2 caskB p¡lasawaro,'4 coaka 8oda,'l cask tar,'1 hogshead 5 rt .crates earthenware, G quarter-casks vinegar, 39 cases 4 casks 8 jurs, oilmen's stores, 2 cases 3 casks 0 bun- dles ironmongery, 1G I ins white lead, 10, kegs nails, 24 camp ovens, 4 grindstones, I bolo bags, 1 bale can .!. ;vtis,,2 bales paper, G cases salmon, 20 boxes candles, .D. cases starch, 2 cases biscuits, 5 oases confectionary, C eases pipes, 4 bales 29 cases drapery, 1 case sta- tionery, 13 trunks boots and shoes, 2 kegs shot, 03 bags BUgar, 110 eask.B bottled beer, 2 casks loaf sugar,. G hogsheads ale, 4 hogsheads rum, .1 hogsheads 39 casi» ' brandy, 20 chests 20 lialf-ohosts tea, M quarter-casks sherry, 20 cases claret, 20 coses whisky, 60 cases j geneva,. 1 cask ruddie, G-. Wilson. September G.-r-Urara (s.), from Sydney: .8 bag's potatoes. Warden'; 4 cases sundries, 2 chests G half chests G quarter-oheets t...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

DEPARTURE. September 3. - Grafton (e.), 240 tons, Captain H. Creer, for Sydney. Passengera -Mr. Mrs. and Master Jones, Captain -E. Hare, Mr. Potts, Mr. Peberdy, Mr. Eowkmd, and 10 in the steerago.

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