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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

VO T I,C E. Our subscribers are informed that subscrip- tions far thc fast quarter are now due and, a settlement of tlte same is respecir fully solicited.

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TRIPLE MURDER AT LONGFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

TRIPLE MURDER AT LONGFORD, A' OTEbÉB ^ôf ; most' ah'ocioua character had taken, place at!;Longford, which is thus reported by the^Launcestqn 'Examiner of^htT 30th ultimo:- ''% ' ..' . : ; U*" The thirst for blood appoars to bo-' iusatK able. No sooner do,'..the feplings of alarm and abhorrence awakened.by ono :tragedy begin to 'subside, than the' country. is again appalled by Borne fresh outrage.. The. triple: murder at.Longford seems to be character- ised as miich by mystery as by brutality. At first it 'was??? supposed that Fullerton; had ,lnú*.<l owo^^l*í«^v«^oL^íáp^t^--*»»»<l--**liciii--i«oita milted suicide; but it was ascertaiued ^that a third porsbiij named'.Sul|ivnn, /who is .de- scribed -BB an old man,' was living near . the premises, and ho was 'missing.'. .Suspicion, 'naturally pointed to him, but >on 'further in- vestigation he, too, was found 'murdered. It appoars that onNWodnesdayySthei ;.27fcb;'a. neighbour; called., a* . Fullerton's on some I...

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Clarence aub Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

Clarence aub gtcïjinonîr 7 " êvaininer, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1S62. Jo/)OiJío from the list of awards made, by ,»_.' "^.tlio jurors of the International Exhibition of the samples exhibited from the Aus. Miraban Colonies arie being distinguished both ,;3& for their excellence and variety. Among ibcee colonie*,- NewSouth Wale* lias received nt least a fair share of medals and honorable mention. We havo been so much accustomed to regard our own colony as tit for nothing beyond the growth of wool and tallow, that /: y¡o h;tve< to «orno extent made up our mind« flint tln'Mö two commodities, v/ith perhaps gold, were to become the charactonutics of 1, the echar sad that lhere wai little chance ol anything barond. ? A cznorj glsntx, hov- erer, ol the list of srticîs- eifcífcíred, cannot Sdi io ha y rest tu Trith the &et of the ihn ort ea-Üesí Tiriitiäs cfrearcrees aroand Eîd about us, only VJ ailing for the f5óB of tbs artificer, the industry of the agriculturist,...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

' r',' 'SY D N EY. i:'y'^ßrom tl^ Herald.) ' ; At ..-tnouftuico i;ourfc,."on~.Wodnosday,-M:r< !Ex)bôrfc H.: Sempill,on official ^assignee in .insolvency?:^ .üp'dñ aveh"arge-of having commit^ laspftülfc on Mr.iEdward Mood of Botany-street V.Tbe défendant waa allowed bail for his. ap . .Oipbarjmce nfc^e .Sessions. ".'..< , 1 'T¿owbaling:schoonér Briton's, Queen, of Hobart; Town, arrived at, Newcastle on Thursday, in charge of the sailing .master. 1 "WuM off the coast bf Now Holland, the captain, loft his vessel ;to visit the barque ''".ïilMorij'ôf ÑewBedforcL Buring his absence .' '.HnijlmatQ madel aa$ ''.arid -'ran off- with the ;s'enooùer ; and. f. ¿kept : possession of her íor severál days.) After having, attempted ?to 'take the life of the sailing-master on /isèveral occasions^ ho''finally left the vessel with his companions, and the rest bf the ?crew took tho vessel into Newcastle. Twp parties have been stuck up ou Mount Victoria, arid' robbed by four armed ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

ü Ssptenber 17.-Dsrt, tébooaer, 140 toas. Cáptala 5tif, from Sydney lOîb íasíant, , J" : pepUtaber lO.-ünn (a.), 400 toot, Csp * " taía WífcsEsn, frcen Sjdsèy 17th md Ñcir .ea*tle ISth instant ÍWrágesa-Mr^M». and Ilks Eeodeooo, Mr. Deroazld, end 17 in tts steerage.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

IMPOSTS. ¡ ? , l2 bogx sis», I twx Moe, 1 'eue ksrtá, IO bags floor, I j 1 hogaoesd bxúdy; l!fcoi wispig, 1 trank boot», T. j rato, 1 <j5mtír-03i 2 exxt feriad/, 1Bcgthea-i ale, 6 ! >y > rent« jpn,"I ca«*B3«kr, 1-bcrx ágm, A. Wbtlta; ' 20 bajr* ¿cor, loti) líe *¡¡¡á porter, 0 oat* toar,-; j .«It, 3 lons rsíñofr-l.esíe carrant*, 2 leus j rf JíT, 4 boxe* caadle*, ! tex «sap, 1 caak búecíta, 1 | caxecheesr, 1 cue «iradré», 1 keg bater, 1 trtál ¡ j^-r- tooti, B. lairds ß «Af «Ie eaî porter, lj . erm ámete, JO bijs fl&ar, 1 foroaee pm, 1 cati ¿pnp j d.-ie», 2 drina* «oda,, Z burri raia. T. Fisher';' I ! _ table, TíT-Cowan; 2 ca*«,bfcv,-l v^-it piper,7 j caadle' fpeder, 2 esses ; torosy, 1 boodie sam, I ; bùdb rope, 1 »it, 16 UIT-eaeit* tes, 1 bjrrrJ ; e «rraaír, W. E. Gssp&cli¡ Benet gin, J. Gilmore; ; - 3 ea*es J baie (Inpiety, E. Pott* ; 1 qaarter-cuk j > rhte^v, ! cue currant*, 27 matt «agar, 1 bi£, 3 etea, ' L.S,I/rxsnth»I; 6t*zt flcar,Ö.Little; 1 ...

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DEPA[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

DBPJlETÜßE. September 17--Grafton (t), 240 tens, Captain H. Creer, for Sydney. Pasjenge» . -Dr. sad Harter Barler, Captain Grestes, M«*m. Hargrave*, Hart, Wray, Samxej, . jtorrksef, and IS ia the steerage.

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SECOND DAY: [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

SKCOXD DAY: CONSIDERING that it was the off-day, and that the «ard included three races, the attendance yester- day was above the 'average.. The racing, too, was good, the hurdle-states being the only exception. First Race.-The Tally-ho States, of S sove reiens each vñtii 50 sovereigns pdded. About two mi fes and three quarters, oter nine stiff îmces, four feet high. Entrance, £2 10s. Hr. De Mestre's Shadowpiged ... . 1 Hindmarsh'* Eiflemenjaged. ... 8 Rifleman, in essaying theSrst jump, came to grief, unseated bis? rider, and broke away. The mare was thus left to win at her ease. Second Race.-City Plate, of 75. sovereigns, with a sweep of 5 sovereigns each ; handicap. Once round and a distance. Entrance, £316s. Mr. Doyle's Warrior, 6 years, 8st. 21b, (Leggatt)... 1 Davortn's Dsn O'connell, aged, 8ät.illb. ... ¡* R. JenkinsTJndendarra,aged, 7st. Bib. & Single's Ben Bolt, ogedj 9st., 716-. Eaton's ingenie; 6 jeárs.JfcÚOlb. De Mestre's Moss Rose, 6 years, Sat. 91b. Bowman's Wi...

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RICHMOND RIVER RACES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

PJCHMO^Él^¿\Bié^S. [PEOit OCB COBEESPÓ^EST.j THE above races came off ori\the Casino course, on the 11th and 12th instant, under very favourable circumstances, the weather being fine, and the course in first-rate order. The racing throughout was excellent. There was no lack of attendance, the course pre- senting quite an animated appearance, every one having evidently laid aside work, deter- mined to participate* in the sports provided for their amusement. Mr. Gray, M,L.A.,for. Illawarra, also honoured the course with his^ presence, and the whole proceedings passed off with eclat. The following is a list of the .races :

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

\ ÜX3IAKRA. [THOM* düB> C©BBESPOXl)EXT.] THE "WEATHEB, - Drought, drought nothing but drought; everything in dist- ance seems to call for rain-even man him- self seems^o have partaken of the general depi^ssion, and looks \as if a shower would do him good.v^ The\wheafc crop is, in most cases,Aa failure^ övfjng'to the dry weather and the voracious caterpillars. SSAKXS. - Thete venemous reptiles are just shaking off their winter torpidity. One of our fanners was out on his farm a few .days since burning some timber, and on ap- proaching one ofthe fires he was startled on beholding a .huge carnet snake coiled black-fellow^shibn-befo^befire, he seized a stick, andfdestroyed the reptile, and in noticingan^'unnsual protuberance about its stomach had the curiosity to open it, and there discovered a three parts grown paddy-mellan, which it had swallowed whole. CBUELTY TO ANIMALS;-A most atrocious case of cruelty to animals has been perpe- trated in Ulmarra within the last week or ten days...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

Department of Lands, Sydney, 5th September, 1862. äDPiSFißVES FROM CONDITIONAL PURCHASE.-His Excellency the Governor, ñrrF with the advice of the Executive Council, directs it to be notified that in pursuance söfjlliii provision of theGrown Lands Alienation Ad¡ 1861," the Landa specified in the . Schedule appended hereto, shall bß reserved from sale until surveyed,.for the, preservation oj; v.'iitm's-upply or otliei'public purpose. .. : f ?- . JOHN ROBERTSON. SCHEDULE. =.No. I Locality. Area, in Square Miles.: Description. Dato of Gazette Proclamation . (if iiny): . VW At tho hoads ofi tho boat navi-l gâtions of Emi-| ¡jrimt and Ma 'iuire's -:? Creeks',! ; '{ii'!nnondriver,i aunty . , o f| ". MI»; <19 .\í the-head oil tito . ..boiifc navi-i Duck Emi- grant . Creek,] Jliolinioudriver,) Oounty'ofltous. , do - hoi gkiion üroek, : Atthcconíluencc] of Booth's! Croek with the; Chi renco River,; Co uuty of Dirie. i PASTORAL DISTRICT OF CLARENCE. Crown Lands within thefollowing b...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO[?]] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ; ' "WHOLESALE. ' ? ,?: - [ANDERSON, CAMPBEM,,; AND CO.^] Wo have no chango of imporlnneo to report (nv (Ito .pastjweek. Arrivals liavo boen stonily, business briak, .and 'prices firm. Malzo continues in good demand for shipment at 4s. for largo parcels, nr.d perhaps a slight advance on that for small lots. _ ; ' Wlièat remains without alteration, end flour Jiv fuir demand ât former quotations. '""I--' . Hay.-Lucorno ia if anything in better demand, and salea of good are easily, completed at £7. Wollongong. buttor hus receded to ls. 3d. por lb. . Potatoes sell readily at £6' 10s. to ¿7. Bacon-5d. to Gd. per lb. for primo Barloy, English-5s. to 6s. por bushel.. . . . Ditto Cape-4s to 4s 6d - . Bran-ls 4d per bushel, in demand . Butter-ls to ls 3d por lb., in demand Flour-flnoat Town-£15 por ton Ditto; finest Adelaide- £16 .ditto .. Ditto, fine Country, £14 do. >- ,. Hides, heavy-8a. to 12s. each .. .? Maize-4*' per bushel . " v'.v ' Onions-15s to 16s per owl. ...

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MORPETH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

Ki: * ¡-'ft-jli%IBiint*Mttitktid. Friday, 6.30.-í **&Sam<of ]\lorpeth~Eloi!!,ions¡ --'GlcJ50) 330 Buchanan, 152. / MELTJOUKNE.-Tho Provident Iostilu.teJ.Iws ! stopped paymeut.' Liabilities over aquarí-jr ! of a million ..sterling. Great distress 'p.^-1 vails owing to. the stoppage.' The deposií > ¡ amount to £270,000, chiefly* o wnod:l>y 'tue.j _wnrlc.íng-nlaoBOfií--¿.-_>.,i.i.,yi.»<i..M»>n'.^ .; * ? The. Singleton Times imyBj it is rçoort-d ; that 100 sheep belonging .'io' a Mr. ?>.)] ¡ werelrilled during the thunderstorm of kv, j Saturday ovening. . ?.??>.?,.;I

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY.   BEFORE Captain Hill, P.M., and Mr. A. Lardner, J.P. M'CLELLAND V. AITKEN.     This was an action, under the Masters and Servants' Act, to recover the sum of £13 10s. due for wages. James M'Clelland deposed : He and   his wife were engaged by Mr. Aitken as general   servants as per agreements produced, at the rate   of £60 per year and rations ; he had received £5 ; there was about £13 10s. due to him ; he   left Mr. Aitken yesterday morning ; on the 20th of August Mr. Aitken complained that his wife did not suit him. Mr. Aitken then said they had better suit themselves, to which he consented; Mr. Aitken only asked them to stay until he could suit himself ; when he was leaving yesterday morning, he demanded his wages, but defendant said he would not pay them until the time ex- pired ; he wished to have the agreement cancelled - because there was a person in Mr. A...

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EXTRA DAY [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

;'. ..? ^ ; ?- EXTRA DAY ": . ' .Subsequent to tho settling on the Bnndwiok' meeting, some controversy'ensued' relative' to tho respectivo merits of ;tbo bones Shamrock ' ahdv:Pro'iniséd Land, tho upshot; of wliioh .was that tho'owner of tho 'attor [Mr. J. T.. Byan, M. L. A.] accepted an ofter to run his favourite against Shamrock, a spin of ono ,mile, 8 st., for'*iqOa^sidÄ' ' V "". ' . . . '"^Hu^jjptV"Bocé.-iMatoli'1 Between' Promised Land, and ShimWook :; one mile, for'£100 'aside,- 8 st: 71b. each. Tostart at;throóo'olock. i J ?. ?'? -i '?'" Mr. Ryan's b. b. Promised Land (J. Cutts).'.'. ' ... 1 ! Onus'big.'Shàâjrook (Phipps) ... .... 2 'Tho favourite went away with tho lead, and kept first :-position for about fire .br sis. hundred ' yards, when : Promise Land made play, and in a few strides got to tho front; maintaining his¡ advantago to the . end and won tho roce easily-by; upwards of a length. Time, 1 ' .rninutó'65 seconds. . t'. . . . ;, ? ? Second Eaoc.-.Tattenall's' Purse,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

[j- ::t .ï'or Smith's Plat: - . r\ÍYL E SÏÂMBR1 1 ULMWUnfHUES: 3T, 2nd October. / «? |!' , , THOMAS FÍBHER, Agent. | uTrip to the .Clarence Heads,' i >.!Wifc-jeaa the 'ceremony - > ofhying the.1 pow** iMTioN. STONE- of the Breakwater. : j b4L nWaYnd R, It.'s. N. ttS&& C0'S STEAMSHIP ?<\\ GUAtffpN, IraVe FISHEDFy WHARF, on j) sr-/A y, zjivrmpm 29T, AT 7 A.H Hu*: at Sontl/v<ffri|Kon>-' Ulmarra, and; [Dhow and will-return at <1 p.m. f "- PAJ'i-:n VOR CTE Tun* : Ü-'íaloon....... Sn, ... ^teorago;"... 3a.' ! npirOTJÏII 1?. DYE. Secretary. Sienm to Sydney. ÚMtL WOMfA^yBtca^hipi i ir A MJ/A / 1 jSÏDNËYf TO-M|BRROW (Wednes- ' ) CORNING, al/aylight. I ! THOMAS FISHER, Agent, , A. v¿craJLan Joint Stock Bank. I i)'0.UJE/ is hereby given, that interest! j ir allowed by tîus, Hank. on. fixed de-1 it«,. lamely.:-- T'. '' . | Vf.1 deposits for 12 months, ><^¡per cent. ! lt .mum. _ V A'. / ¿L /' 1 /hi deposits lor Cftnráíhs, ^p...

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THIRD DAY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

^ \ THIRD DAY, SATURDAY. hprwiTriarAïrorNolb^^ aspect of tho weather dutog'the forenoon, tho closing day of the raeetingftW^ very large attendance, there being probably, flyetior sis thousand persons on tho ground. Amongst tte-visitors to the Grand-stand ?were his Escellencjr tho Governor, Lord John Taylour, tho Hon. the President of the Legisla- tive Council, several members of both Houses, and a large number of ladies. The racing commenced with the Prince of Wales Stakes, for which 'fivs horses out of an entry of seven started-tho prit» falling to Mignionetto (by Pitsford), a .fine four year old filly, bred by Mr. Mylno, Çlarénco Bivor. Her succosa was wholly unexpected by har owner, the more so inasmuch as abo carried nearly 7 lbs. overweight. Zenobia, who waa much fancied on account of her easy: victory on'the first any, ran very badly or rather she was ridden very badly-so badly indeed, that . very many persons were led to believe ¡that tho. jockey ma not allow her to display h...

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FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

/ FIBSTADAT. / Fresx BACE.-The Maiden Plate, of £50, with a sweepstake of £3 each, tovgo to the second horse. - One-and-a-half-mile. Slr. Mackellar'3 b. p. Quinton...'. (Saladin) 1 Sparke*« b. g. Rusty... 2 Barnes* "o. m. Secret...3 This was a good race, the two latter haring ran a dead heat for second place, but Secret surrendered in favour of Busty. /SECOXD BACK.-The Ladies'*Purse, of £20, Trifh a sweepstake of £1 each, to go to the second howe, for all horses. One mile heats. Mr. Barnes' b. g. Chevalier.. (Bobby) 12 1 Mackellar's bl m. Ionia . 0 12 Mr. Sparke's Harkaway,. Mr. Hay's Holyoak, and Mr. Bandock'a Frederick" also ran. THIED BACE.--The Hack Bace, for all bona fide untrained hacks. Two railes. Mr. Barata' b. m. Opal ........ (Walpole) 1 Beattie's ch. g. Prospect. 2 Mackeuar'sb.L Quicksilver . S Sparke's g. Ben Boit\. 0 Duffy's ch. g. Shamrock. 0 Campbell's ch. g. Jack. 0 FOUBTH BACE.-The Stockman's Purse, of £10, for all bona fids untrained stock horses, to be ridden by ...

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BANDWICK SPRING MEETING. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

BANDWICK SPRING MEETING, FiEST DAS*. THZ Metropolitan Spring Meeting com E: en ced on Thursday but from a variety of causes toe' opening was br no means bril- liant; tie attendance of Spectators being ' comparatively small, and tte competition far from exciting, except in one or two instances. The first "event on .the card 'was tho* Waverley Stakes, in which the veteran Veno proved successful, beating the favourite (Atalanta) by about half a length, to the great delight of his many friends, who greeted him wià hearty cheers as he returned to the weujdung-yard. The Squattera' Purse ! was won with comparative ease by Mias . Dixon's beautiful "filly Zenobia, who had previously been looked upqn as an outsider br many, who overlooked her breeding and affected to think very lightly of her chance. The succès of Zenobia gave considerable satisfaction to the spectators, and loud cheers were sent up in honour of her lady owner when the, judge's fiat went forth- Zenobia, ^e may mention, is by ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

SÈÇOS» DAT. y . FÍ8»T RACE.-Tho Iowa Plate, of £50, j with a sweepstake of £5 each added, for all horses. Two miles. Mr. Barnes' b. f. Piora-.(Bobby) 1 Mackellar's b. g. Quinton. 2 Sparke's b. g. Doubtful. 3 -SECOJTD RACE.-The- Hurry-Scurry, ? of £10, for all untrained and bush fed horses, to be approved of by the" Stewards,' or whom they may appoint. Catch weights ; one mile. Mr. Kelly's Garibaldi ............(Page) 1 Brown's Jack. .. 2 /'THIKD BACE.-The Squatters' Purse, of £35, with a sweepstake of £2 each, to go to. the Becond horse, for all hones. Three times round tho course. * Mr. Barnes'b.m. Opal.....i(Walpole) 1 Sparke's b. g. Düubtful. ...;.. .>,." 2 Hay's br. g. SkylarkV..)....,..\. 3 FOUBTH BACE.-The Consolation Stakes, of £20, for all horses that have not won a race, and that have not been distanced during the meeting. Mr. Barnes' b. ra. Secret ..... .(Walpole) 1 Sparke's b. g. Rusty. 2 Mackellar's b. ra. Ionia. 3 Sparke's ch. g. Harktftvayk. 0 Beattie's ch. g. Prosp...

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