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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

' ' . PitlBAT. ? Before Captain, Hill, P.M., Messrs., Wf. Small, and S. Avery, J.P.'s In the last two cases, Mr. E. M. Byan,. J.P., also sat. James Aitken deposed : He knew the prisoner,; hë had known him for ten or eleven years ; on »Monday about six p.m.; ho went out on> ho'rsébáck> on the road ho usually wont,I tb ,.^8j^o\vn. place; . when he waa about \\î?o\*niiie8 out of " G-raftbu the prisoner came out of the roadmakers' tent, seized his;|prse's bridle, and .' said he should come dow^ii and have a pannican of tea ; be.requested him to let go thebridle/pf his-horse, but he rbfus^^be raen calledfbn ?fttife^ffir¿H;h^ abd released his horse; when ho 'corïtinlied his journey ; he had not gbne^oro than' 200 yards when he beard a noise behind! him and his horse became unmanageable; tho noise was occasioned by the prisoner pursuing him; he "told the prisoner to '"keep off," when his ' horse slackened bis pace the prisoner ' came alongside and seized . him by the neck, and he fel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

MARRIAGE.     ON the 8th October, by special license, at the Episcopalian Church, Grafton, by the Rev. A. E. Selwyn, Mr. Richard Stevenson, to Louisa, eldest,     daughter, of Mr. W. Whitehouse, of Eaton-street Eaton-square, London.  

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THIS WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

ABSTBAOT 0# SALES BY AUCTION DUB- ING THIS WJEEK. MR. HENRY MATJRÍOE - At his Rooms, on Monday next, at ll o'clock, Surplus Stores, oon Bisting pf Ironmongery, Drapery, Haberdashery, Boots and Shoes, Books, &o. . ABSCONDING FBOM BAIL-Mr. William Tyler,.who was put on bail to appear at the next Quarter Sesakras, haying' attempted to leave th£district,fav warrant was issued for his ?-apprehension;, and on being' brought back in custody, the trooper received a cut on the hand, while endeavouring to prevent his esoápe; he, however, was secured, and is now safely lodgod in Grafton gaol. " ' ? TUE BIBUOP OP NEWCASTLE,-The Lord Bishop of Newcastle was to hold a confirm, ation servico at St. Peter's Church at Armi- dale to-day (Tuesday). . 8î£' Owing to tlielate arrival of tho boat, .and tho length of,tho dobato and English.; news, jwe are; compelled to omit inattor of: interest, already in type, until noxt;i»sue. . HOSPITAÍ MEETINO. - The committee met on Thursday evening. Present:...

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THE INCREASE OF CRIME.—ADDITIONAL [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

' THE 'INCREASE' OF\GMMB,-ADDITÍÓÑÁII POLIOB ,SPjäoxBonotf.~rA. publié' meeting ' waa held in th'b:Town'HÜljLMudgpe, on Thursday, for, the purpose of meráórialÍBÍng tbe .Governmónt for rabro-elHoioht- police-protection. His Worship the Mayor-presided. T-ho,object, of .the, meeting, heïàid,"wàsHb;,coiisider tho unprotected; state.'.of . the "^district;0' Hé'1 thdught if thé 'Government . wqrèlhiadQ aware .of their situation^they' would takqLthe;matter.in;band,;. Mr. :N.' P:'Bayley, J.P.?~ moved tho ¡ first "Resolution,:.'wluclT was, thé ^'rb'eht Unprotected 'state -bf; the.' town";ànd âistriotr: witli regard.:tp .ligand; property.','LHe saidithora was no , denying the fact; thntj their ónce. juietr distóc^was infested with à' band of robbers.'."The 'Increase of criino', was) iii his opihionj bwing'tbtlie new Police'Act, which' was " working most unsatisfactorily. The force was .'.'sfa&mucu.under. tho .control ,of. subrinspeçtors. ; ?: The magistrates had often to wait for the...

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POETS CORNER. PRAYERS FOR ALL MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

v'o5s'TÍSICO ttrn yin. s: "'(--,", ' (»^vieronínudo.) . \ Mydalinhtor, jgo anil.pray 1 .See night ig como : ? ? Onô-guldcn planet pierces'through tho gloomy ! Tremblea't.ho pifily outline ot Hie hill, iv;; I.iiten ¡ thc-ditlunt wheels in darkness glide- ? All eWia-hualicd:-tho heo by tho roadside- . - -, fahakcp, in Ibo wind its.dust-strown, branches still. Day.iBforevilj-Are.iviness, anti pain/ ;.? 1 :: Let us to pmjrr ! Culm; night os como agaiu : <>. ' The wmd among; tl|o i-wned towers so bare ,/. Sighs-monrnfully : tbs'herd», tho flocks, tho streams, All suffer, aU-coropliún.-. worn nature seems Longing fo'qDciicp,"'ior slumber, and for prayer. It is tho hour when bahes willi angels spent, While wo* arc rushing to our pleasures weak ?. ? Autl sinful, all young clnldron, with bent knee*, Eyes rai«ed to .Heaven, and »mall hands folded .lair,. ? Say at tho self-nauie hour the- self-same prayer - " Ou our behalf, to Him who all things sees. And tbun they slcop.- Oh:pea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

w1 Wv ÀN'IT.D, a FEMÀJJE/ GENERAL SERVANT; one/tbfctJban wash and iron indispensable. Apmy/a/the Examiner Office. / « / . 883 ANTED, a MARRJUED COUPLE, without incumievance as General Servants. ; Good wage/gwen. For addres: apply to the Examiner OMa.: 935 ' ANTED, QUARRYMEN and '?". BRiGIÍLAYERÓi ^inmediately. Apply toV' Mr. D;\yMOYES,i Builder, Bacon-street. I ' ' f TO BEJLET, in PrinccYatrect, Grafton, near Campbell's S/one/ two well-built I HOT]SHS* stabling; g/rdcAs, '&«., tho pro I nerty! of Mr-v!W;-'-Arcicr.//. Por particulars, j apply to Mr: EDWMUjtf SAMSON. ""S A. MATHEWS, COMMISSION ^MEUCTJÁNT AND j GENERAL ATOITj? SS, îVéjjv JPltt-ëtvfiit, sfftfluiy« nionp;sï rátoES, BÏBHDY /I LES, ASÜ QUICK .T . JîlîTUItîiB ' OUAIKVNTEEU. pAjLJ^ KEROSENE, 5s. per gallon, by ?*. ' . the tin./ ? ? , WARRANED ,BEST/AM4»S in puck* ages 2 and 8. doaren/ from ,{Ja. öd. to 7s. Gil. A; liberal nnoyniicfif to the trade/', SAMUEL lljiBBLEWMTE', ' W. "IB, CAMPBELL, u IMPORTER AND GENERAL WAR...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

rilODUCE CUtCULARS. f1 WHOLESALE. ' . [ANDF,ltSON¿ CAMPBELL, AND CO.'s] Arrivals-.luring tlie past weak'have been limited. Business hu. beon pretty brisk, and the prices of some articles hat'!-advanced.;' . \ »,. Muns ¡5 .1 ¿icu-nul nt í¿a 6d toVls Od., with; on up Wlll'd i.'.lr'lU'JY. ? ? "''..'. WI.CM 1: ri"::: ? üvirk ofsalo. otu 6s 6d, for best Adelai''.?.- Mu:.-, T; '.r.v.iait alteration, - but tho dç. tmiiid ? ' t * % v llu.v.i li j iiB, lhii-i-gocd demand, at £8 for primo. "1-. Potato^ ' T .' t'nnwi from £7 lo A9.'> Wollom* .'. ' "'-'i r r-i.-í at ls.'3d.' : il 1. pur lo. for prime. .:». ¡H-i*, to 6s. per bushel. ' J >;M- ousliel, m doihand , . ,"l ncr lb.,'in demand I -.: 'a---ilö per ton ?v\--8s. to 12s. tucli: . Od to ii Od per t'Ushei ' " : MS to 16s per nwt. ? '.-',-, -it to 9a per.cwt. ; .'; ?tonia!,.5sOd to 6s.V '<1 ?lied, 6s 8d to 6s. 6d.y Calodonmi. W burf, King-street, Sydney, Oolol'.T llltb. ' ?'. .' -'. : \ Hurle:. Jl Tl Hutt.* l'lOU.-' Hides, U" ...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

ÜíVt;3 Sf S O M M E R C1ÄI ,v " V i: 'H SK ol' MATOIOB reporta a good attoiidanoo and I spintcd bidding ..nt bia Land -Sale, ycsterdny, ,18th I ?insUut. Tho f.wo nlllotniontshi Prince-street, reuliscd ¡¿70 mh1 i71i respectively ¡ uUotmciitinFitzroy-strcct, £;!G ¡.«id th« two allotments in SMnner-stroot, South Grafton: «ero sold for £81 olid £35. Tho 2-uore allotment on tho rivor bnnlc, was bongnt in ut ¿35 per nero. . , ?; .Í-,.K.-:.¡..: . . ' . [THOMAS BA.YTD1ÏN.J , j Buiihenof all_kinne;'Iregrotto soy has bcou.ex- ceedingly dull during tho past.work. Pat Untile.-This nmrkot is not very woll supplied, willi gK'd IIL'HIS. Thora beting considerable diOloulty in obit hiing reilly good, calilo ut this timo of year ; thoroíiavo buen no trnnBOolions, unless privutcly, but quoit lion* ara at í from Í JË3 Cs. for cows, to £4 for bulloos.' Su i"o Cattle.-I hnve several lots of store nndraixod i Cott't; l'or solo, but cannot report buBÏnoss donc. | ililchdins Bro.iu sliglit demand und ma; bo...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH. CLARENCE RIVER BREAKWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

. . LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.' ' ^WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEB ?8XUY. :'??'(.'?'?/i'!. -i . '.>?/ ?' i' .? -.- -.-'!) -? . OLARBNOE RIVER BREAKWATER. pNÍthe motion íá.Gommitte l'or , ^SO.ÓÓO/tbwarda improvement to ! Clarence" .¿iver North' Breakwater, the following diV: cu'ssion ensued :~ , . In aiîBwér'to Mr; Stéwort,,whó statod'that'Jliè; ÏÏÔUSB could1 übt be' aware' of tho .' whole ¿mount required forthis breakwater nt the Olarenco Eiver when they,were voting £30,000 every year-for ¡fc¿ ! .' ; Mr. Arnold said tho total cost will bo £120,000. .' Mr. Piddington had always-bpon opposed td,, .largo expenditure iipon .wcirks of this kind, os nqt only were tho'adyimtagos often problematical) hqV the expondituro^n. them;was constantly?! recur- ring. ' * \ ' , ? ' Air. Lucas said . ho was ' infornlod by persons : well acquainted; with the' Olaroncb Uiver that this .breakwater would bo' of; no' use at all. He in . tended.to,move, tho omission of oil these'items': 'SEÍIÍÁTÍJÍ, and ho did'so by commen...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Uctóuer .1 6.-^Perseverance,, schooner,. C8 tons, 'Gaptajn Sykes, from 'Brisbane 8rd instantj-jn' 'ballast.'* Passenger-1 in tito steerage. 11 - "1 . October 12.-Grafton (s.), 240 tons, Cap- tain H. Creer, from Sydney 10th. and Jïew castle llth: instant. ? Passengers -' Captain "NV. AiïrB. Greaves, Mr. Krauss, Mr;'and Master Grime, and 17 in the steerage;;' t .'. .jj-jOiP/rnK'-iiBADs.;-, ;t $.;.?}*{*> October lt.-Ellen S.'Pagé, barque," from " Port/Albôrt; Vritli. iv large númber -of Settlers and horses. Y'-'i ;vi''.' '?> ;- "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

¿Sléaín^ta' Sidney. ', / ' . m HE C. and B6w/$fo: co's STE^I/AW AP TON/ fori SYDNEY; i TQí-MORRO'tt/ (Wcdnés-, day) MORNING, at daylight. : THOMAS FISHER, Agent. Gulf of Carpentaria. 1 . A NUMBER Or BARMERS ^^^pL and SETTLERS- being de- sirous'of . exploring thurNovtWern Gounlry, pf öpö'se to .charter a. V«jfàS WU, with the yim of taking up suitable n/frtiori of the country in'the'most favouajWe . lfltaltty.- . Parties desmngio associate for tíflis purpose may be liiiformed of thc. plai/lproposed, expen- diture, time, of departure, and projects'of the \ intended explorers, v.bv,.. applying to, Mr. . JAMES FRY, Swan ,Crcek,01arcncu River;; Mr. WILLIAM AMOS, Strathepe; Mr.. JOSEPH SCRUTTON, Gi afton; and Mr. S. COHEN, Ulmaru. Preliminary .Notice. ._ TOHNi M(P0N,AL1)" SOUTER, begs, v. to inforrajthe inhabitants of Grafton and- thc New-England districts/ .that he has LEASED the NEW WHARF, íe cently.:erected; by-Mr." P.^sullivan, .in Victoria and Queen s^^,/nnd purposes commencing busine...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

October.^-Grafton (s.) fr¿m Sydney : 1 parcel, W. Lawrwict'i'l trow drapery, 'E.'Pitta ;> rtruss, l. package,^b'agsilouiv.l case, sundries,;:1 box »oap, CH. Cliauval ; 1 cask, 1 case lobsters, 2 boxes blue, 1 case cliaira, 6 cases, 1 truis, 15 mats sugar, 5' bárrela " i curranUV'l^oiise boot«j'2lkeÔ shót,-W. B,; Campbell samples, 2 cases kerosene oil, 1 case Bowe'a embroca* (ion, 2 drums oil, 22 bars d bundles iron, 1 hogshead, 1 quarter-cask, vinegar, 1 cask, if cases ale, 1 case blue, 1 bag coffee,! caso, sundries, 1 parcel paper bags, 80 bags flourj 4 lots bags,' 1 cate, 1 bag sugar, 1 box tea, . 1 box candles, 1 box sundries, 5 bags salt, 1 trunk boots,-T.'Fisher ; 1 stove, 1 bundle piping, 1 stink trap, Colonial Architect ;. 1 coso kerosene oil,. B. A. Dumpster ;. 63,bags salt, W^Oollie ; 3 cases, 34 bags . sugar, -10"cases, brandy, .1 buhäle.b\ickets,.3 wheels, 1 cask', 3 boxes tobacco, . IO- boxes\càndles; - 2 quarter--' casks vinegar; 1 barrel currants^.i^caBo axes, 1 cas...

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AMERICA. August 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

AMERICA. ; ! , . ?" August 12th. xne noe season ñas in a great measure sus pended^actuol operationsl in the field, hut a battle has' taken place in the "Virginia Valley between the forces of General Stonewall. Jack-. son and - Pope. .' Confederates obtained the Advantage. ? ?''.'.u :? ; " M' Clellan's army sufleriug severely' from sielmeMjímeii¿ ;dying5»irií^iHuridreds/ ^TKe'r-' mometer 94 degrees itf the sbado." The Qönf fçderate.ram Arkansas,;was' blown.up by .her crew, tp avoid capture. Recapturel of. Batoñ Rou'ge'by the Confederates last month turned out a falso report ; but that feat has now been accomplished. . President Dáyis has ordered that any of General Pope's officers who may bo captured, are not. to bo treated AS prisoners of war, but to be kept in' closo .confinement j and that for all civilians murdered by Federals, ' an equal number of these officers are to; be hung.,. General Halleck is appóínte'd commander in-chief of the armies of the Union, .The Congress adjourne...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

Cïntentc aiä'HicJntoui feiniiiev, ? ^ : TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1863. IN this week's issue, öttr readers will find the iieeount bf au examination held before the POLICE MAGISTRATE) and two of our loeal magistrates on Fridayr last, on one JAMES BIDDLE, a day laborer, who now', unfortunately, lies incarcerated in -Grafton :gaol for two months'lwith hard labor, under «(pretended infringement of tho Master's and Servants' Act, ou a charge .bf absconding f«m, his work, under a warrant,. although ? .taken into custody.on the premises. The particulars';^the case,as elicited during tué'exaniiàatïorîj appear to be these: Tho contractor at the fiends is in the habit of bringing workmen from' Sydney to work, afc ,9s. per day, under agreement to pay such advances aa may ba, made in the shape of. passage money, and other expenses. On the arrival of tho victims at tho Heads, they find that the contractor ' is also the 'storekeeper, and the only Ono ion the works, they are compelled to deal withMm or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

Tattersall^ 1 Yards;--Weekly-1 Horse i Salés. npilE , UNDERSIGNED has much J . pleasure 'iii íi^tifyítig that he has .Made arrangements forholding 'a REGULAR I WEEKLY SALE of HORSES at TATTER-1 BALL'S YARDS, »GEAFT02ST on MON DAY in-each weekAiThy yards are being I fitted up with ? over» requisite < convenience, «nd tho first vale, wil bSheld on MONDAY 2frth . OCTOBER, l/o'cloclZ Entries I will be received up w tiino or sine. Good stabling (or pnddocjfsyaudraveíy attention paid to horses senHor/ale, fa fact the wholo arrangements will bo/onducted on tho prin ciplo of tho leading j/ORSE BAZAARS in the colonies. T. BAWDEN, Auctioneer | and Broker, Land Stock and General Com- mission agent, Rooms, Prince-street; -<_ ' 0Ï1N HANN : having completed his;E£TEN SIVE. PADDOCKS', Vt I BARRATTA CREEK, begs to mform-thc I Squatters and others residing on^tlie Clarence River, that he wMl 'RECEIVE 'HORSES, inany'quantify,/) BRECKIN;' TO SADDLE OR .maNlffiS, on' the | usual t...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

. . . . ; AMERICA. . Hnrrison'srLunding, on tho .Tames'. ¡Uiver,' has been successfully evacuated; , ¡ . - .McClellan,- with tho Federal army, is at. 'Williamsburg]!. v.7; The Confederate successos continuo. A Confedérate force has re-entered. Kentucky, and the town Somerset' taken. ' . ' ¡ JTurther Confederates successes' açu }¡tef

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LATEST EUROPEANN INTELLIGENCE. London, September 5th, 8[?]55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

LATEST ETJEOPEAN INTELLI-" .?«?"-- ; GENOE. ' :"' Í ' London, September,5th, 8;55 p.m. The Queen ÎB in Germany. 1 ' ?-? 'Tho Archbishop of Cahtebury is dying. > " The Blue Jacket has arrived. ' 11 ??; .v Funds advancing, Conçois? 98^. . > . s- ,wjt Wool firmer. .;>. .un . : Cittione |ias;been taken/hy the Turksi." ?i?) . The¡ Queen,.as !the Duchess. oft Lancaster,* made the handsome gift oft £2000 to,.tho: Belief, Fund, for the poor operatives in Lan- cashire. 1 . . j Garibaldi has been defeated, and captured, with 2000 volunteers. Ho was conveyed to j Spezzia. - "j Ä. There have been threatening demonsira tions throughout Italy. ? .vi..?.>??! . I

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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. POST OFFICE DELAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. I: ., v -. ,. 1 t :,.. ODE oolumns uro- opon . ^O. all writora, who refrain - ,-frorû the usa of ttrulent languagoor personalities ¡ ; . but wo are nof responsible for opinions ox . . pressed. -i'v"rv ...< ? - ? < .. ? -J, ? '. .- .'T" - v::.. , POST OFFICE. DELAYS. TO TUE^DITOB OP THE EXAMINES. . ' SIB,-rorhopa you cnn inform mo why so muoh un necessary delay is caused.in tho transmission af letters between Ulmarra and Grafton ? On the 18th ultimo,' a lotteries posted for me at Ulmarra, tho envelope of whioh bears tho Ulmarra post mark of tlio 22iid ultimo, and tho ^Grafton postmark of tho 28th ultimo. 'Knowing the letter had been posted, I called Bovcral times ot tho Grafton Post Offlco, but did not get tho letter in question until 'the ICth'of Ootobor, when I sont and received it with others. Tl» lotter was posted in,time to havo arrived by tbo Urara, and thou tho still längor dolay at tho Grafton Post Offlco ÍB quite unaccountable. ...

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SYDNEY. Friday, 3.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

SYDNEY. : ; ? ' ' 1 friday, 3.15 p.m. Apension of «800 lina.boon voted tb Dr. Bland. ; " ; ?'? :l , "; Tho Carcoar iriail was stuck vip on Tuesday by a boy, "who rifled tho bags aiui passenWs. He was afterwards arrested at C.ircoarA. An eighteen-pound nugget hts hecnÇound at the Guirdiggiugs. vf ? "The Assembly has passed a v. i" of thanks to the' late ' Speaker.1 : 'The escorts have'arrived, wii-h roven thou- sand'ounces of gold, ' . The'" telegraph to 'Iüavmiii v, , opened on Thursday. , D.EATn,;OF Du. Lïvn'csj'.M-, -News has Jieeaj:ecoived.fii5ui .(Ù^OÛH?*, -..C,fiowOIope... via. ??Adelaide, 'lo thc 19th ol' August. The,: chief,item of intelligence is convoyed in-: the ^melancholy .information that Dr, Livingstone had fred hom iui attn'ck of fever. . TUE-, PHESIDENT. OF. THE ..LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-Tho Honourable T. A. Murray, was oni Monday sworn: in at Government House osPresident 'of the legislative Council, and, took,;:-his., seat in tho chair of the Hpper, House, on Tuesday a...

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MONTHLY LICENSING DAY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

MONTHLY LICENSING DAY; j , ' V TUESDAY. ' ""''il i BEFORE-! Captain^ Hill,:,; P;M.,' 'Messis. A I Lardner and;S. Avery, J.P.'s ; i Roderick, M'Donald 'applied for. a fegje I for the hoiiBe nt tho corner of 'Wnarffaud I Through streets, South Grafton, to be known I by the sign of tho " Australian Hotel." Granted. ?. [' ? John Patterson applied for a licenae^for his house] situate at Clifton, and known , by the sign of the " Clifton Inn." , Grantejl. "William Levi Lawrence applied íóiTa license for his new : premises,', situate ftn Prince-street, Grafton, to bo known a4¿the "Criterion Hotel." The application"was opposed by Sergeant Stokes, on behalf ofjtli'e | sub-inspector of police, rf The application ! was granted, to date from íthe 28th, subject to the previous inspection of the house, by tho police. - \ ,. , ''? >¿,. ? " \. , I--- ?-. . 'm-f-ji

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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