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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

MARRIAGE.           MACKAY—McAULEY—On the 28th August, by special license, by the Rev. H. Garven, A.M., at his residence, Palmer's Island, Malcolm Mackay,     of Arwood Island, to Christina McAuley, of Chatsworth Island.      

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND. RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

h ? TUESDAY1, SEPÏBMBEB 2ND. RESIGNATION; : Mr. Buchanan roue and enid ; Sir, I nm desirous of offering it few observations in roferohcu to what oc- curred in this Chamber orr Thursday craning. As fur as my own conduct was concerned on thiit ocoasion," T freely, cordially, mid ..earnestly .apologise to the Hoiisoi I apologise for in aomo mensuro ilisiè'pcct ing your nutliority, and I moat deeply regret resisting tho 'tíorgeaiit-at-M-ms-an olliccr of this House, and (, gentleman whom ovory hon. mombov must respect and regard.' But, sir, if thc truth woo known, on that occasjou I did not so much resist the authority of tho Sergeitut-at-anna as tbs insult and impertinence of- fered to mofrdm ono or twp ¡ion. members on thc op-, pósito side. It is my intention to resign my. sent this day, and I trust whutevor gentleman muy represent tho constituency of Morpeth, " ho will take his feat on this sido of tho Houaö-that he will'talco his sent boro, (just'ieliiud tho seats occupied'by tho'uic...

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MR. BUCHANAN'S LAST APPEARANCE IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

ME. BUCHANAN'S LAST ' APPE.Att "... . ANCE IN PAKLIAMENT. On Tuuv3i!ay evenings, during lue discus- sion in Committee, on ' tho Coal-fields Manage- ment Bill. Mr. Piddingten moved that tho Chairman leavo tho chair, in order Huit a breach of order might bo reported to the Sneaker. Tho House having1 resumód. Mr. Piddington informed the Speaker that nu altercation having arisen in the refreshment room between Mr. Terry and Mr. Buchanan, in conso quqDco of the latter coming over, to tho table whore Mr. Terry and others wore alj tea, Mr. Buchanan had struck Mr. Terry, who had returned tho blow. ;Tho Speaker said tho quarrel having occurred in tho'refreshment room, it was no part of his duty to take notice of it. . . Mr. Buchanan : As I am in some measure in- volved iu this, I should have an opportunity of re- plying, or saying what tho question was. I called-or rather, Mr. Terry, insinuated that I was a " blackguard." Ho did not say it aloud, and it did not reach my oars oxoept through t...

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THE INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S REPORT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

-*-^5 THE' INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S REPORT. \TO TUE EDITOR OF THE EXAUINEU. Slit,-Boing nn\old resident in tho Clarence district, and onlyiabbut onco^ month come in to Grafton to collect what \ittlo^ronoy I can, and pay my lawful debts. After'Toeciving tho proceeds ol my maize and Qther ,littlo pipduco, I generally go down to my frioud,' old Allan^and havo iv talk with him. When I met him yesterday, he had no end of news that nearly sent mo jumping mad. First of all, after taking mo inside, and indulging in a nobbler, (while the Missus wua in Fisher's store about a milo awny,no doubt spending'no end of money, aud ufraidof hoing caught m thoact), ho confidentially says, road this, handing mo your last issue, aijdidirecting my attention to an avtielo haded VTho.InspWor-Goneral of Police Report."- Noff-,wheivU did reMytho account, I WOB vcrvinuchdisgusted, a\d.bging\tttoldpoliceman my- self, 'must soy that tho sViotarcBTnado on tho proceed- ings in-question, viz., - Sir A Pottingor's onconn...

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

EXPORTS. , (. September S.-Grafton,.(s.), for Sydneys 509 lings, ambo, 507 bides, 32 casks tallow, 1 ung finir, 9 bogs ' bonesj &o., 81 sides bacon, BO boxes' twp,- 40 boxes randles, 1 liogslicatl nie, G coops poultry, 8 boxos egg«, Sp fillips' fences, 1 bundlo slicopskins, 1 horse, und sundries- .,/?/' Tho Grafton loft FisherV Wharf on Wed- nesday, nt, 5 a.mV'ahd crossed the bar at noon, with light1 S/W. breezes and fine weather. '* ' ' / Tho Urara loft Sydney on Wednesday, and Newcastle nt 10 o.m. on Thursday, crossed the Clarence .baron Friday, at 5 p.m., remainod all night at;tho Elbow, and arrived at lasher's wliarf afc uqon on Saturday.' Tho/ Urara experienced üfroiig head winds through- out tho ,paBsngó. Passed tho Grafton afc poon oil Tliurtidnr, oil' Norna Buy. Tho Volunteer, schooner, with a full cargo pf general merchandise, left Brisbane, at 6 p.m., on the 2nd instant, cleared Capo Moreton nt 1 p.m.:on Thursday, and crossed the Clarence bar at 2 p.m. on Saturday^...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

ABSTBAOT OB" SALES BT AUCTION DUB ' ING.-TEE WEEK. MB. THOMAS FISHEB.-At tho Residence of Mr.. W, W, Darke, Prince-street, Grafton,- To Morrow, ot !U' o'oloelc, Household Furniture; i - Pianoforte, Cooking Stove, &c. i alsqi' Horse; ' Dray, and Harness, Saddle, Bridle, ix., &o. MB. THOMAS BAD WEN.-At his Booms (near the Beohive) Prince-atreot, Grafton, on Saturday, . at 12 o'clock, Draught Horses, Plough, Harness, Bags, Grindstone, &e.

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

- J LSMS HOLM, PRACTICAL AYiTCHMAKEIt AND IPvhicti'&ivüßt, ^iraítim, BEGS to infiorny thar iiiJcibitants that jie hus co/inimcedr busyness as ahoye; and respectfully /oliaíts n share ot' public' patronage. / [§i§a All-kinds of musical instruments repaired, on reasonable terms. GRAFTON HOSPITAL. PLANS for tho HOSPITAL, at Grafton,, are requested by thoiCouimiltue, on or; before THU USD AY/ September IStk, 18G2, to bc sent wÁc/,afyüV to. JAMES PAGE, of whomy^o/ticuurs niay bo ob- tained. ' ./ (-+ ? By Order of ,me Committee, . JAMES/PAGE, hon. secretary. Court of Requests. rplIE USUAL MONTHLY COURT OP REQUEST// will be-held on MONDAY, 6th oJmar next. W. II. II. EEd(/yO.P.S., Registrar. mo STAND THIS SEASON, 1SG3, AT MK. . T. SABIEN'S/ . next Priestley's, NOR.TK G-RAÍ-'TON, THE ÏHOIlOUÎllI.E/En HO^SK " YOUNG mt KIÏAJ&W;' By Old Sir ClmvM, by/jratiqjfltm hy im- ported horse Call/ulai/ grand dam hy im- ported horse.SátiAito/groat grand dam by Barracoota. / . -' Terms' ......

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ROCKY MOUTH. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

ROCKY MOUTH. [FROM A CORKESPONDEKT.j SEPTEMBER ' Gm^English people, after say- ing " how do you do ? " invariably speak of tho.weather next, preliminary to the more serious business. It is likely wo hare had much the samo weather as in Grafton-i. e., clear days days and clear sharp nights,*' lat- terly a little foggy with an occasional shower ^br tw^towairds' morning, somewhat resem- bling wúe>Aprü showers in dear old England. ?'Ba-hr is-mucb.' Yantea. some, but as tho farmers a'ro^mostly/falliug brtish,' and some few burning off, they would mostly dispenBeV with much wator at present. ;.- , ' .'.POST Orn'oEl^Thdvnow jost office has', been : completed some-time. - "Ifcjs/a very heat J'*t)(lp structure, and the steamers stop regu ^rl|fyd;rei^ 'of course, at1 tho starting,! is only a sjnall account of " empty bags; " as.compared with tho.older oifices, but every week shows an. increase as it becomes known. ', . : NEW STOJIE.-Mr. Cameron's fino store is also nearly completed, and wi...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - ARRIVALS, September G.-Urara (a.), 400 tons, Cap tain Wiseman, from Sydney 8rd' and New- castle 4 th ; instant. Passengers-Mrs. ¡mi ?Master'Richards, Mr. and Master Small, Mr. Haylock, Mr. Pevonnld, -Mr. Orama, Mr. Darke, Mr. Brown, and 12 in tho steerage. September-C.- Volunteer, schooner, 70 tons, Captain Hbwo, from Brisbane 2nd iustant. Thomas Fisher, agent.

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

- i i i ; ¡Trip to the Clarence; Heads, ..i^'ijo^vjfth««--v..tiie:;.'ceremony ;f oifïiiwng ; the j ,:V ^ FO^DÂMON.' JSTOÏÎ B- of. 'ttijByiBi^wátér;*ñ THE Gi :S- N. .?:GO/'S^ÄMSHrP. G R A FT üSr ..V-....;;; ; ' 7 Will. leave ' FISHER'S :WHÁK^^on UlMarray? ;aiid. | íe^lbow j mid will return at 4- p,in. ' i, PABES- l'Oll TUE TKIP . Saloon.;.;.... ,Ss., Steerngo...,.,. '3s. ' ' ; TILMOUTH F. DYE; Secretary. Steam to Sydney. JJ" HE C. COMÍAN UR AR . for j i SYDNEY,: TO-MO day) MORNING, at day .THOMAS FISHE Australian Joint Stotlc Bank.. NOTICE is hereby given, that interest. . is allowed by this 'Hank on fixed de- posits, namely : On deposits for Iii months, ^ncr.cer per annum. . l l On deposits for G morok/, 3 i&'4mt./)et. annum. '1. J / ''..Off deposits for 3 months//.pd : ahhuthy, ? .;' ' V; /,;' . / y 7' ,' .',','ï.' ; BÁ^íc POST BILIÖS witvinterest added' .at these ratesrespectively .are issued pay?, jibleto order. . ; . !.' f ¡ ' / ! \HENRY;i CUTKBERT, Manager. Victoria-str...

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GREAT FIRE IN GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 September 1862

  GREAT FIRE IN GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.   FOLLOWING swiftly upon the calamity re- cently recorded in our columns, we have now, to chronicle the occurrence of another destructive fire, which broke out on Wednes- day evening shortly after nine o'clock, in George-street, in the immediate vicinity of the scene of the former conflagration. The   fire originated in a building occupied by Mr. Foster, confectioner; immediately adjoining the well-known " Monster Clothing Hall " « of Messrs, Cohen and Co., and the iron- mongery establishment of Messrs. Weekes and Co., all of which buildings have suffered   extensively, while an immense quantity of moveable property has been entirely des- troyed, and still greater quantity damaged in the excitement and hurry attendant on the efforts made for its preservation. Tho fire was first discovered. at a few minutes, pastnino, and from tho suddenness with'which the flames broke forth, it -is . evi- dent...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, VIA SUEZ[?]] London, August 1st, 7.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

bf . LATEST INTELLIGENCE, y ' f -''i [iJY T^ECTnïÇJ TEflpÔIlAïlI, VU HUEZ,] ' - - vVür I'lionqo», August'lal, 7.t>0 p.in; j . i Thôspositiottiof tho Coderai,ar my, la-.çoû- ; siflered extremely"critical. > > 1 ' j ; '-. European .intervention is considered", now; to bo moro likely,1 1 - Î ,-A crisis iüiltaUan^aftairs appears tb bpjra minont. , Garibaldi, onàulv ,pvjoposoa aaf a -toast "BoA^^^alttp But Rome 'y/ith Victor Enmu^ ns its h'èid." , '*« ; The Queen ( has'Viven X2Ü0O sieriiiifi ns a contribution': ;to.:^he Lancashire ....'dis tiess. » . The Govorumentif'ba'i boon beaten "o)i', tho bill tbot it', 'iiifroduced to atibrd re-' Mnmc new foreign uloans «ne an- nounced, ' "V ~ ' ' i vi". '* *! 'Londoji/'August 2., : Tho wpol ,sille>. commencedvon tho^Slsfc July,1' -Competition ' dull;'- Average prices maintained. , _ r , , , . ,, ' The ItistrcBsed'Operatives licliofj-Bill is passed. 'Cobden , abused tho : Govern- ment and Palmerston replied . cffoctiroly.« Consols, 9¿....

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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

';"'' LATEST NEWS. : [ I ; send you the following iriteUigence which appeared in a second > edition- of the Timet of the 26th July;:- . ! ; '?? : , ,; . ,. ; vr , Nw York, July 16th. Confederates: have disappeared before M'Olellan's front. General Jackson moving in the direction of Fróderíoksburg. :!* Port Darling strengthened with iron'clad batteries. Confederates'' ovorywkoró making prepara-! tions for a prolonged Btruggle. Confederates within fifteen.rniles oí Nashville. .'. . F . Lexington, Kentucky,' undor. martial law. ¡ Confederates,] underi G-onerol, Morgan, ad 'vaiioing upon tho town. ; Confederate Guorillos aro ovor-runuing tho bördor States, destroying everything.' Thoy hnvo just captured two towns in Missouri. p. jîonfodorates making very sorious movo its near Corinth; Bombardment of Vicks jj by Federals, without result. Jonfodorato Governor Moore, of Louis i, hasiisBued a proclamation, forbidding I intercourse with the people , of New sans. , ? .' . .. v 'onfederate ...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

Our own,matters in. China . are any thing ^hatysettle'd, '.ttó;'tówqj had. to ...take' Nitígpo "irôm'the Taojjings/'in conjunction with .the '??-French, \but ."since then' Shanghai ;has boen-, ' invested' by "the! rebels^ and'without1 more troops matters may go against us. i'! ?' .", .Thô'iPrencb/.'.Genoral-,î'Pr'otel. has:,-jbéen kiUed at Pootung, whore ftho "French wore re . pulsed! * ' By " the.last overland¡ advices .? more ^l^pij^'iMiT^onlk^.way. from Lidia to 'Reinforceournumbers in'China;''''[',''

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ITALY. THREATENED DESCENT BY GARIBALDI ON THE ROMAN, COAST [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

ITALY; '.' * !;"' ''''TIlSElTENEDi^DESCENT'1 ' BY ' .GÀRI- ' '?BÀ.Ïii3Î: ON THE R0MÀ1^;:C0AST:; j : ¡Jp. ïtaîy tbe political horizon; does ;not look «o' cloar as Victor Emanuel could.. -wish. Garibaldi, made a ;most patriotic speech, ? calling1 into question Napoleon's sincerity in :the Italian question, ana which the'1 Italian ?Parliament 'at Turin has discovered.' Tho Old Sailor Patriot is not ho bamboozled by . ?tho wiles 'of diplomacy',' he will have Espade is.* spadei even if ,ono calls' it. a shovel ; ? and by thp.last nejvs; he. is preparing, ,to jnake a descent with' 6Ö0Ö followei-s on Boirio itself.,trr;. ;.; ?>

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

i ABSXR^ip^jSAIiES BY^ÓXIONÍ DUB-. j !'fr? .'f!- ilKq THE WEEK . ~ ,-:y:. 1MR¿- HENlfi*^'MAURICE-At ' húv Rooms, This Say, a^ll ol'clock,tHou8enold Furniture, Books, 8We SaddleyS Surgical Instruments, &o. ; Also Hfces.H"*.'. .S^i-A, ' .MR. THOMAS BADWEN.-At his Rooms (near ?i the/Beehive) Priupo-street, Grafton, on Saturday, . at 12 o'clock, Draught Horses, Plough, Harness, Bags,, Grindstone, &e. , . ¿; ' i . ' - '. ' i i ?-: ? ? - . : ? : : . .'? LANCASHIRE DISTBESB FUND.-A further Bum of £27,.has been forwarded by the Bey. ¡A. Selwyn to the Committee of the pbovq fund-making a total' sent by him of £91 . 9s; There is still a/small balance in bandi and 'ahy,!c«ntributionB will, bo'ackÈôVlçaged with1 thanks. It ÍB difficult to know what amount s lias'been contributed altogether'from this district, as many of the .stations ¡have: sent: in Beparate, lists j' but'it' would : seem thai; no 'less] than £160 haye boen up to this timo col 'lected. ;' ' " ' ': \' ; .'. "? ' ...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

GRAFTON ;P6LTCE'!C0URT^ K; ''. "JÎ* t Em DAY. .'iff* ;.'. -, lÍEFOñÍ! MeàaraV Äl^iaräuer! and'S.1 Avery,. .T.IVB;- . r T" i'í'This waí a ; charge,brought by the policé* 'pf keeping a disorderly 'hóuVe. Alexander i Galbraij/h'deposedV> héwaa' BubiinBpéctbV of police' ; he knew the defendant as keeper of t he Prin e of Wales Hotel j on Sunday last a complaint was made to him, and on .pro- ceeding to the premises he' found ai number of drunken men in . the house; when^tlíey' saw him some of them ran !away^ j a China- man'pointed out to him a man who had assaulted him. Cross-examined by '-'Mri Barker:-Some of the men were;-at the fence, and others at the back premises; there were about a dozen persons present, but ho could not Bjvear, tïïat mpïe than one was drunk, although ¡they were ,disorderly j. the man.rcfused to gb with^him/ and 'while he went1 tb ; procure fassisianceiv'.tho». place was cleared j Mrs.. -Chalán*-'said'/Blte?. knew nothing aboukir. Constable WelslrdópoBod : that...

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SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND BROWN] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

¡. j SYDNE Y LABO.ÏÏK ;ÍÚEKET, , : ' I HAIGH , AND :. BKOWNj , ?. I There is a large súpply'oflabour in our mtt'rlçpt'qf'a miscellaneous oharhcter, 'èiuTloiomV'fôiv the execution of thoso ordors'not requiring skilled servants ¡ tho de- mand for English farm soryants, is much in;;cxcçss of tho supply, ami a considerable number, of the above close could moot with, immediate' employment! at tho highest 'quoted ¡ratos of wages. ; Meohunics' 'aro' not muoh enquired for, aud tho want of good ;furaalo sor ; yantsb still fuit.; . . ,V <:..*?.:

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QUARTERLY MEETING COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

'iWARTÄVÄETING" cbúNOÍL. C-M O ) Í.\HOÉ8DAY." «? 'J PBESÉNT: Tko M&ypr, Aldertnón'/lpar'dnéri! ^Fa'ddèn, Payne,1' Gilmore/ aiid'ltóbiiison.-'. '?'V/:/., ; .'? :':"ítTNüTES;' " ÍXU:''')}{:-\ ,? -/tTheminutes pf the last meeting were read anp^^firmèà^U j.; K lt. O ¿* t ' ^derman Payne ¡brought/under¡thenótico ! ój^$hjb^][táal, the ¡rule. lately .followed bf éntenbg upon fresh' contracts,/ wlule/, those ffor%Wcfi sums' had been:'placed 'up'pnihe ^¿stímaíes,. ;útt¿/K¿tó'm¿tídea! hy-tbblmprbveí . ment' Committee. as/ necessary to1 iba done, Had fieeri' entirely/ set' aside ;' without1 in any .way-wishing tbifihdcfaglt .with the late works' .? undertaken/ he ^uld'nbt refrain from noticing thatJu a contract.irecently 'accepted* ..ity'aa (distinctly seated/that, tho wbrk.would/óníy-be a benefitto/qne/pr, two ^individuals ;: while sopip. of/thosb, pn/tke estimates jvvbuldbenefit. someMildreds; JV '"'''''' ;//;/ /; Alderman Lardner sa|d; that tl|b| SbJljlViaidè; was entitled' tó-'tbát...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

- (SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -Hie i -i _ ^ * . j*' " f* 'ARRIVALS. '<1 . ' ^September 12:-Elizaboth, .schooner, 140 tonB*,'Captain1 Sraifch.Vii'om Sydney, 5th ' in- stant W. Kirchner, agent September 13.-Grafton (H.), 240 tons, Captain IL Creer, from Sydney llfch and Newcastle 12th instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. "White, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson and servant, Messra. Poberdy, Harwood, i Travers, Potts, White, and 18 in tho I *'Blceragb.'*" ''*? -- ' ."|

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