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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

EXPORTS. October 22.- Urara (s.) for Sydney,! 988 bags ru liie, 146 hides, 4 .'coops poultry, 8 boxes eggs, 2 horace, 4 casca, C6 packages, 48Í ounces gol J, und sundries. " '.* The Dart hence] arrived at Sydney on the 17th instant. . v. ' Tho Grafton left Sydney on Wednesday, Newcastle at 9 ¿uti., on Thursday, crossed .the har at 5 a.ni. ou Saturday, and arrived .at. Grafton at, 10'45 a.m. game day. The Cirafton experieuced strong northerly breezes with hazy weather: throughout the passage. Tho Urara was Bighted at 10 a.m. on Thurs- day, eight miles north of Newcastle, ' Tho Elizabeth ; hence to ltockhamnton wade a splendid'passage," >lmving rah ii'om the Heads to Jîçckuampton in three dam. She may be shortly expected;" and will Bail again for Rockhampton >.about ??ibo - 15th of next month. \

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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[?]rence and Richmond [?]miner. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

<í toute aub |iic|moní). . feininctv; , . TUESDAY, OCTOBER SI, ism TUB rapid inervase of crirao in most parts of thu colony is assuming such a character as to for Berious consideration. Tho main mulls of thu colony nppoar to bo iufosted by /»uirjuulera, uvor ready to pounce upon (ho h.. unprotected traveller, while tho towns and their environs are not without exhibitions which indicate a somewhat lawless state, or at least but little respect for the laws of pro- tection of life ' and property. The long calendar of committals at the present quarter sessions, shews that wo are by no moans free from crime, but that it ls unhappily increas- ing as our population increases. The Govern- ment did well in not delaying the appoint- ment of quarter sessions in the provinces and proridiiiiî gaols for the reception and protection.of prisoners. If the district had to do now what it was compelled to do witbin the last two or three years, send all its cases to be tried at Sydney, we can...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] BRIDGE OVEE THE RICHMOND RIVER, AT CASINO. — PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

ItlCIOIOND KIVKIt. [FB.OM OUtt COBBESI'OÏÎDENT.] BRIDGE OVEE THE RICHMOND RIVER, AT CASINO. - PUBLIC MEETING-. A puBiio MEETING waa held in the Court House, (Casino, on Monday1 last' the' 20th: \ instant, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of peti- tioning the Assembly, for a substantial bridge over the Eichmond River, at Casino. The meeting was well attended. Mr. JAMES GLENNIE, J.P., occupied tho chair, and briefly stated tho object of tho meeting. Mr. W. C. BUNDOOK on rising to propose ' tho first resolution, stated that he had como down to Casino for the purposo of assisting to further tho project now in question, knowing, as he did, tho great necessity of a bridge over tho river at all seasons, but more especially in the winter. The sum of money already voted was altogether inade- quate to oroct a suitablo bridge, and it was evident tbat all it required was agitation. He also stated that by a little agitation they might get a steamer to the river, which was very much wanted,«but as it h...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

' r /VAEI-ETIES. ; ; 'Cp nothing in history.'which is so improving tb tho'reader as those accounts which we- meet \vitlrof the deaths of eminent persons, and of their behaviour iu that dreadful season: Tho reason is simply this ; there is no other single circumstance m the story of any person, which rah possibly be tho case of every one ?who reads' it. A battle or a triumph aro conjectures.in which not oue man in a mil- lion is likely to be engaged. But when we see a person at the point ot" death, we cannot ' forbear being ; attentive to everything ho says or does, because wo are sure that 'some timoor other we shall ourselves be invthe same melancholy circumstance. - False teeth have their dangers as well as ' their uses. William'. Warde, a police con- stable, waa leaving the Exhibition a few even \ ings,ago,and while running through the rain to an omnibus stumbled nnd fell. He was picked up by some comrades apparently in- sensible, ana taken to St. George's Hospital. It was there ...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

U li M A It R A. , [PßOil OUR COBIlE9PONDENr.J TUE;* WEÍTHÉK AND TUE üuors. - Tho wea|tor\isfypproa"çhing Bummor heat.- The sinall"portion8 oX»the wheat crop that escaped the ravages- 'of the "caterpillars are ia some places beginning to assume tho bright golden hue of harvest;, ¿nd give at present, promise of an abundant yield ; more particularly on the farms of Messrs. Taylor, M'Gregor, and Leeson ; Mr. Gr. .-Blanch, of Blanchfieldjihas a very fine piece of wheat a' portion of which will be fit for tho sickle iu the course of a fortnight The Messrs. Boorman, of South- gate, have also a splendid looking crop, the straw of which is in some places upwards of six feet in height. Tho late rain has caused the grass to spring up, and the cattle and horse Btock are improving their former low and wretched condition. COHN.-O ur farmers are quite busy enough planting the maize crop, portions of which arealready some dùjtancoabove ground, and appear to bo growing lnxutiántly. KEWGIOUS.-The^ov...

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GRAETON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

V GRAETQN POLICE COUBT. ' FWD AT.. BEFORE Captain Hill, P.M., and Mr. S. Avery J.P. ' ' ? \ . OEARr T. METEUS. I This was a charge of abusive and threaten- ing language. It appeared from tho evidence 'of plaintiff and his son, that on the 15th in- stant, there was a fire . on their land. which was raging to such an extent as to threaten ..distraction to defendant's . dwelling ; and when Meyers spoke to Geary about it he ?told Meyers " he must look after his own property." This was said in ? Alice-street, Lwhich greatly exasperated defendant, who pursued plaintiff and made use of bad lan guagè, threatening he would give him n .thrashing if be burut his (defendant's) place. The son of plaintiff admitted that one San- ders pointed out to him the danger to Meyers house, should the fire continue to Bprend ; andthe day'following it was with some diffi- culty that defendant's house wa8 saved. Por the defence Francis-Venator.was called, who stated thafGeary first spoke tb Meyers, when ¿he d...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. "~ :<? ARRIVAL. --i October 25.-Grafton (H.), 240 tons, Cap- tain H. Crror, from ¡Sydney 22nd and Newcastle 23rd instant. Passengore-Mr. . and Mrs. Shoveller and 4 children, Mr. and Mrs. Lydiard and child, Captain Crawford, Mr. McDougall, Mr. Hart, Mr. "NV. Kirchner, Mr. JTagg, and 18 in tho steerage.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

DÈPARTUBEl' October 22.-Urara (s.), 400 tous, Cap lain Wiseman,, for Sydney. Passengers Mr. aud Mrs. D. White, Miss Livingston mid 2 children, Messrs. Small (2), Master ' Small, Mr. Wi bien, Mr. Devonald, and 16 in tho steerage.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

MARRIAGES.       CAMERON—MESTON.—On the 23rd instant, at the bride's residence, Alexander, youngest son of the late Samuel Cameron, Esq., of Morven, Argyleshire, Scotland, to Helen, second daughter of Alexander Meston, Esq., of Ulmarra, and late of Kippachie, Aberdeen- shire, Scotland. LEESON—WINKFIELD—On the 22nd October,   at Mingelettah, Palmer's Island, by the Rev. John Hill Garvin, A.M., Mr. George Leeson, of Ulmarra, to Eliza Elizabeth Winkfield, of Rocky Mouth, Clarence River.   DEATH. MUNRO—On the 12th instant, at Victoria-street, Grafton, Mr. George Munro, late of the Rich- mond River, aged 31 years.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

TENDERS are invited foi« caulking the steamet ULMARRA, alL.seams a"bove the copper. Tenderer/ Ju/ required to state the quantity of tovpxa, pitch, &c, required which will hms\J>meà hy the Com- pany. Tenders rcç$V$/ip to Saturday next, 1st "November by. * THOMAS. FISIIElt, Agent. »ED' ROOM and SITTING ROOM " VÄCANT, at/grs/ HOLMSTEIN'S near thc Emmim US T OPENED, AND NOW ON ; VIEW, AT / "THE BEE HIVE,'J. SUMMER DRAPERY, CONSISTING OP New Dress Materials, in Grena- dines, Lustres, and all the . newest and most fashionable 'GUbClSw. .... ;! ' ' ' . Fancy glacie silks," qiriiu<now. . Mrfslras and light ground print's;-.. ; Light alpacas and Circassian cloth Mantles in black glacio and grenadino Paletots and ofcheu fashionable shapes Children's mantles iu traced and grcnodino Mosquito nets, lappet MàUôthor muslins . Spotted book ajru swim muslins - Worked muslin^oodß (a great variety) Children's worked OTIÍSSOS rrrJu" frocks . Suminor quilts in unarsala. and patent ...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] ' Arrivals during .tho past weok bavo, boon pretty heavy in BOIUO artioles, pricoa have advanced in some instances, and bavo remained firm in others. While business on tho whole has boon exceedingly brisk. Maize has advancod to 6s. Od. per bushol, at which prioo there ia a fair domand. Wheat continues without alteration, but wo havo little doubt but that tho faot of its being used oxton eivoly os horso food in Viotoria will oro long causo u substantial advance in all the colonies. Flour is stationary at last weok quotations. Hay, Luocrne is not as brisk, as it was. ' Potatoes "Bro very muoh in domand, and havo ad yancod'to £11 to £12 for Hunter Uiver ones. Woollongong butter ia in domand at ls. 3d. and likely to advance -next week. ' 4 Bacon-Bd. to 7d. por lb. for pvlmo ; ' . ¡ Barley, English-Bs. to Cs. por bushol. Bran-ls dd per bushol,' in domond ' Butter-la to la 8d per lb,, in domand Flour-Jlnoat Town-£16 por ton Dit...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) Sydney, Friday. 6. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

SYDNEY. (From ño Herald.) Sydney, Friday. G. p.m. . Mr. Cowper has.introduced an Education Bill. It ÍB similar to tbe Victorian system. Mr. Wentworth sailed on Wednesday. There was no public demonstration on tho occasion. The jury disagreed in SompüTs case. Bound over for next session.. The captain of tho Briton's Queon and two men wero brought here yesterday, from Nor- folk Island. The crow had run away with tho ship. BIBTHDAT OF THE FRINGE OP WALES, The Prince of Wales attains his twenty-first year on the 9th of November ; but as' it falls on a Sunday, tho Government we un- derstand, intend to proclaim it .in Friday's Qazetta that Monday, the 10th, shall be ob- served as a general, holiday-a stop which the citízensirviliticaibtiess'foílowr'-'"" '' v " " Tho Bentonco of doath passed at Darling- hurst a fortnight, since on John Robinson, for tho murder of Ann Orth at Shoalhaven, five years ago, has been commuted to ^im- prisonment for fifteen years.' ' . Referring to tho mysterious ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21ST. COTTON [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ? TUESDAY, OOTOBEH 21ST. .COTTON TJIE House then -went into committee for tho further consideration of the propriety of securing a bonus for encûuragmg:tho growth of cotton in this colony. .'?'(' The Chairman read tho following resolution, moved by Dr. Lang on a previous occasion : -" Resolved,-That,- in the opinion of this committee, it is expedient and necessary that during the thrco years commencing on the 1st of May noxt, a bonus to the extent of sixpence per pouud bo given to tho grower of every bale of good cleaned Sea Island cotton and woighing 300- (three hundred) pounds, which may bo exported to Great Britian or elsewhere ; provided that if tho cotton for which such bonus is claimed bo of the' coni-. mon, coarser, or Now Orleans description, tho bonus shall be only ono half tho ax.qunt allowed for Sea Island cotton, or three-ponce per pound ; provided also, that. tho total amount of bonus to bo issued by tho Go- vernment during any ono of tho three yea...

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ANOTHER MAIL ROBBERY. (From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

ANOTHÈÈ MAIL ROBBERY." (From t/ie Maitland Merouru.) . INFORMATION .was received in town, between "four and fivefq'clock\ön Sunday afternoon, by superintendent^ MjLeriô, that auother mail robbery :|ïàd takon"\placex on tho Great Northern Koad/ Fr^omVour correspondent's telegram, which will bo i\und elsewhere, and from information kindly icommunicat'ed by Sei'geant Balls, it apnears\that oil Sunday morning tho Tamworth and up-country mail had reached a place called Kangaroo Flat, between eight aud ten o'clock, on-Sunday morning, when tho driver wa? bailed up, ana thc^).'iil-bag8ransacko.d-7dBl-i0in notes being eitraetod tboiwfrom-; Mr.1 Samuel ? Tumor,--' publican, afc Breeza, seems to have been pass- ing afc tho time in his own buergy; tho rob- bers took him, with tho mail-driver, and tied them both to a treo, taking from Mr. Turnor £12 in notes, and a gold watch and chain. On the. arrival of ¿he . down mail to Mur- rurundi, Smith, tho\,driver,,was also stopped the bags of both mail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

f Great Reduction in Prices of ' ; WHEELER, & WILSON'0 °. NEW . Ti\n"">~ r ^AMiT"^^1^ PßACHINE. THE DISTINGUISHING FEATURE of this Machine is the making of thc TIGHT LOCK STITCH, by the ROTATING HOOK, an improvement on the shuttle, by which heavy and noisy action is avoided, which makes'-.it NOTED ABOVE Al£ OTHER ' '. MACHINE»,' , ... for its simplicity ànd coitèeqïcuWfrecdom from derangement and need ot-repairs-its speed, ease of mignon ftnd/mnlragemcnt. The great popularity of /hes¿ machines is shewn by the sales, which , increased from 8000 in 1858, to about 130,000 in 1861, or more than double that of/any oilier machine. It has invariably received the highest premium when it has beeu exhibited in competition with others. CIRCULARS, with full particulars, sent post free to any part of thc colony. Also, Importers of Pure Kerosene OIL. ; Thc most approved brands, and lamps in, every variety. Thc. largest, and best selected stock in the colony. Foote's Patent Umbrella Sta...

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EUROPEAN, NEWS. [FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT, VIA MARSEILLES.] August 26th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

EUROPEAN, NEWS. [FROM OUR LONDON 'cÇRBESPONDBîrç; VIA V " MAHBEIILEB.] ?\ sAWiiBt 26tli,1802. ; ? ?-. i \°J: . ......J V.. THE .parliamentary session^ was proroguea o commission on tao 7tK: instant. Diinng_ . tl session a nuiubor of bills have passed tho ? Koyi assent, hut the most .important of all have m doubtodly boen the Union Belief and the Nigl Poaching Bills. The former bill rondered ni cessnry on_account of tho distress in Lancoahii and Cheshire, consequent upon the failure of tl supply of cotton from the States of America, ir volved a considerable amount of discussion. Tl Bill, as originally introduced, was to afford ten porary relief to the ratepayers of the vnrioi pansies in which the extraordinary distress pr< vails, from the increasing .demand for parochii relief, by a contribution from the common. Pim I of the Union : also, under Certain circumstance! ta enable one Union to calhfor contribution froi the . other Unions in the\ country.-The Bil although altere...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

MUNIZIPAL' COUNCIL. THURSDAY. PRÉSENT : The-Mayor, Aldermen Lardner, M'Paddon, Payne, Jones, Robinson, and Cowan.-t ." . . . MINUTES. i Tho minutes oÎL the last ineetiug were read and confirmed. A; ¡.' A letter was rejrafrom Mr. Lawrence, ask iug tho co-operatron of the Council, in an outlay of about £30, to carry off the water, aud kerb the footpaths opposite his new hotel, in Prince-street. 1 Ordered to be referred io the Improvement Committee. Ç; :y -V £20 was directed, to be fqdvnnced to Mr. Philip,Bale, on account of.'bia coutract for clearing Pound-street j. and £1 15s.. to be paid to Messrs. Paught. and' i Vincent, for printing. ' (' Alderman Payne.. asked,; -" Tho Mayor whether any authority had. been given lo Mr. Barratt tq:oiect the ihajityt in Villiers stroet,noar^haP^plSco."^ V? "X ";? The Mayo!"having replied in the'negative, it was resolved,:^'AThátTaletter be sent to Mri BaiTatrinforming"him'lie was;i encroach- ing, on the street, au'd that he would be re- quired to r...

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COL[?] EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

LOLUi>r>vrTAL EXTRACTS. THE UR0P3 AKD THE . '-AVUATITER. - Tl: weather lias, since the late rains/Been ri\g»\j favourable to vegetation. The wheat crops look well on the farms wero: the caterpillars had not made; too much havoc, though most of thé settlors say. their prospects would he improved by more rain. On portions of the wheat, lands at Anambah, Stanhopo,Bolwarra, Ravensfield; and Hillsborough, the crops have been eaten off by cattle, which wore turned in when the wheat appeared lost be- yond recovery. In most cases of this nature tho land .has been reploughed for maize, for which1 grain the soil is now in prime condition. At Rosobrook,-andcfarms in that neighbour . hood,' the, crops. look remarkably well. Erom all we can learn it seems not unlikely ( that the yield of wheat next season in this immediato neighbourhood will be nearly if not quite, as good as that of previous seasons. Maitland Mercury. . SUPPOSED BOAT ACCIDENT.-Early jester- ! day morning a light waterman'...

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OUR IDOL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

> OUR il D\0 L, . Gloso tho door lightly, . Bridle tho breath, ,, » '. Our little enrth-angol . Is talking with Death j . Gently ho woos her,. . She wishes to stay, His arms aro'about her- . He bears her away ! ' îlusio 'comos floating Down from tho domo ) ? Angels aro chanting . ? -Tho sweet welcomo home. Como stricken woeporl Como to the bed, . ; / Gaze on the sleeper Our idol is dead ! Smooth out the ringlets, . Close the bluo eye- ? ? No wonder such beauty.': , ? y Was claimed in the sky j Cross tho hands gently O'er tho white breast, So like a wild spirit Strayed from the bloat j . Beacher out softly, ? This idol of ours, . ? Lot her grave slumbors '.? -, Bo'mid tho sweet flowers,' . ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

Steam to Sydney. J ^ i THE C. and ß. Lk.*í. ., CO'S SïpMSHIP. GRAFTON! ? for SYDNEYÍ TO-MORROW (Wcdnes dny) MORNING, at daylight.. ' THOÜSffAü 'FISHER; Agent> Expedition to Queensland, and the Gulf of Carpentaria. ANUMBER Ol? FARMERS _ and SETTLERS being de- sirous of exploring tho No/them Country,j propose to charter a VESSEL, with thc view of takingup suitabk portions of thc country in thc most favojftablc. . locality. Parties desiring to assocÍ£»|Tí)r Wiis- purpose may. bc informed of the plan/proposed; expen- diture, time of departure, and projects of the' intended ' explorers, by. applying to' Mr. JAMES FRY, Swan Creek, Clarence River j Mr. WILLIAM AMOS, Strathene; Mr. JOSEPH SCRUTTON, Grafton;: and Mr. S. COHEN, Ulmarra. ' ' ' BRICKS. BLICKS. WAN TE JV Apply to M Bacon-street. 2/0,000 BRICKS, f. MDYES, Builder, WANTED, a respectable WOMAN,. as COOK. AppTOatíon to bc made to Mrs. IURCHNER,4?a#ory. 966 TÏ7ANTED, by-'.M wndersigued> two TV or three PAIRS (^SAWYERS; likewise...

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