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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862
IMPORTS October 25.—Grafton (s.), from Sydney : 1 parcel, Hewitt ; 25 bags sugar, 6 boxes soap, 1 case sardines, &nbsp; \ 1 case jams, 1 chest 2 Imlf-chcsta toa, t case, 1 truss, '.J. M'íVldcn ¡ 3 boneheads alo, 1 hogshead porter, 2 cases port, 1 quarter-cask brandy, 1 quarter-cask rum, 1 pscksgo cigars, 1 box bitters, 1 ousk cyder, 1 case, filans, 2cases kerosene,oil, I case, 5 coses whisky, 6 cases old tom, yt. L. Lawrence s3 cases 1 hogshead nie, I baa corks, 2 cases whisky, l!cnso sundries, 1 hogshead rum, 20 bags flour, 1 quarter-cask, port, 1 3uarter-cask stóiy, 1 tin siiuir, TJ Slioveller ¡ yl mat atai, . 1 uoxslaYoli; 1 keg apples, B chests toa, 1 case harley sugur,-1 case sundries, 20 bags flour, L. S. Loowenthal.;. 1 hogshead ale, 1 quarter-cask sherry, ' 6 cases gin, S cates brandy, 1 case ' sundries, 1 case claret. J.-Gilmore ¡ 31 mats sugar, 8 bars iron, 6 cart boxes, 2 cart arms, ! bot pitch, 1 quarter-cask vinegar, 1 case starch, I case outrants, 1 case salud ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DUR- ING THE WEEK. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. THOMAS BAWDEN. — At his Rooms, &nbsp; Prince-street, Grafton, at 11 o'clock sharp Furniture, Earthenware, Watches, Clocks, American Axes, Stove, &c., , ACCIDENTS.-Ou Tuesday evening nn ac- cident occurrod to a man named' James Shepherd, employed in the construction of .the breakwater, at tho .Heads, It appears that tho unfortunate man,was squaring timber 'when the axo slipped and entered his foot, on ¿ho instep, laying open the foot to the bone. Tho sufferer was removed to Croer's , Hotel, Grafton, and placed under the care of Dr. *Kichards, and we learn is progressing favorably, although it will bo some time before ho will recover the use of his foot. A second accident occurred ' to another labourer employed on the works, occasioned by a «tono falling on his hand, literally smash- ing the fore dinger. His hand was also dressed...
GRAFTON QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY OCTOBER 27TH [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862
GRAFTON QUARTER SESSIONS, j. MOND AÏ OOTOBEII 27TU. j BEFORE HIS Honor Judge Francis. Mr.Ellis.attended as Crown Prosecutor. &nbsp; EMBEZZLEMENT. &nbsp; Alexander Kaye was placed in the dock charged with embezzling the sum of £1 12s. 4d. the property of his em- ployer, Mr. William Layton, carrying on the trade of a butcher at South Grafton. The prisoner who was undefended, pleaded not guilty. &nbsp; The Crown Prosecutor having briefly stated the case called. William Layton who disposed he was a butcher, residing at South Grafton ; the pri- soner was in his employ in the nonths of July and August ; and during that time he delivered some meat to and received payment from one Austen, which he never accounted for. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Cross-examined by the prisoner : - ,He asked him more than once to account for the money ; on Sunday 24th August, he asked him to give him an acoount of the money he had appropriated ¡ he did not say he would...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (From the Armidale Express.) Sydney, Friday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
LATE S T IIÎTÈLLIGE NC E. (Froty the Armtdálq Express.) . :-' . ' \ . Sydney, Friday. 4 p.m. The State-aid Bill has beeü passed in the Legislative Council, by ll to 8. , ' / , ' . The Assembly has ,refused to. purchase thé Australian library and buildings. £60,000 have beeri voted for, Education. Mr. Bennett has beeb appointed Com- missioner of: Hoads.,, . Colonel; Hamilton tíasvbéen appointed to the command of the Volunteers.' * ' "?' Mr. Emanuel has ,been returned to the' Assembly for fl oúíburnéj'.iinopposed., t" Mr. Parkes is not liKély;.to return to Aus tralia. . ' ?' ".. '" ' . Mr. Davidson is jto bo Acting Surveyor Général, with Mr.'Adams as'doputy. .
FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY OCTOBER 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
FEEE SELECTION. THURSDAY OCTOBER 30TH. ' Ludoviok M'Neil, Ulmarra, 87 ocrea, county'of Clarence, parish of "Harwood, situated on Harwood leland, on tho bank 'of Serf 'entino Creek, being lot N, portion 17, of sale 26th September, separated from tho selection of John M'Oroe, by a Government road. Frederick George Blanoh, Ulmarra, 267 sores, county of Clarence, pariah of Ulmarra,.situated on Coolah'Creek, Nos. 190, 191j and 178. John Hann, 67 aores, county if "Brake, parish of Hassan, being portions, Nos, 49 and 50, of 22 and 45 aores respectively, on fino Flour Creek ¡ opposite Joseph Hannis conditional purchase. Area selcoteil, Al acres^ Deposit, £105 5s. -
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. D[?]URES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
, DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OP THE ; MAILS. \ DiuBTDEBB mou Qsinov. >To Cuino, kei, Tuesday, àt 7 *.ra.. .', ,To Queensland; ria Cuino,\Tuosday, at 7 a.in. To Arottdale, Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a.m.' : To Tabulam, Monday and Friday, at 0 a m. Ttf Sydnoy, by «teamer, Wednesday morning, ABBXVALS AT GEAPTOS. . From Casino, ¿kc,, Saturday, at 6 p m. From Queensland, via Casino, Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Armidale, Monday and Friday, nt 6 p.m. t From Tabulam, Tuesday and Saturday, 6 p.m., ' 'From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
SMALL DEBTS COUHT. \ MONDÂT..- ? .-. j 3EF0BE Captain. Hill, P.M., and Mr. Avery, j fendant's ¿óné'^BtmyiDg^iáto'the' pldintiiTa cultivation ground. Dr. Eieharda in dofenc'e said the horse had not dime much damage ; he believed the 6s. paid iñió Court was tho full value of. the damages sustained. A German waB called, but was unable to state the value of the crop at the time complained not worth more than dBi. Veraic^for plain- tiff, dBi and costs. Mr. Michael 'appeared for plaintiff ; Mr. Barker for defendant.' Benson and M'ifcleyv. Mulligan. - This was a claim of £6 16s. Gd-, for hides and sheepskins supplied to defendant ; against which defendant asserted there was a Bät off, but the whole case was a most complicated affair, and the Bench gave, a verdict for the plaintiff for dB6 8s. &3. MK Michael for plain- tiff; Mr. Barker for defendant, r; Benson and M'Aulay* v. Bqridle.?-This was a claim of £1 19s, fdr meat' supplied. Debt admitted. Verdict'for plaintiff. Mr. Michael ...
Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
?kúm »ufo ^itïjutattV TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1863. WATEB is BO essential to life, that its plen- tiful supply is a matter of the first import- ance to everybody, but more especially to those who are located in a semi-tropical climate like our own. Our indifference upon the subject, is not only a positive inconveni- ence to the public, but may prove detrimental ,to the general health of the town, and. render the community liable" to the attacks of any epidemic that may chance to be pre. valentjr/the atmosphere. The luxury of a draught *f good water is almost unknown in Grafton. 'At the best Our water is a rich solution of vegetable, animal, and saline ele- ments, which render it iii seasons of drought offensive both to the smoll and the taste. If any one disputes the fact, they have but to examine the reservoirs which supply nearly the whole of our wells and water carts. So long os this supply lasts, we apprehend .no .effort w ll be^ made to (alter -itj- although' it would be a matter ...
GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
GRAFTON POLIGE COUET. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. S. Avery, J.P. ABSCONDING. ' . Williani John O'Niol was brought up, charged with absconding, from Mr. Bligh's hired service. Mr. Barker appeared for the prosecution. Eichard Bligh deposed :-On Sunday last, he had occasion to sneak to the prisoner about the work he baa done; on Monday last he demanded £5 from him for wages, to pay a public-house score ; he de? dined togive it him, as he was not entitled to it, more particularly as he had received ad- vances, and admitted that he' intended to ab- scond; he repeated bis demand on Monday afternoon, and was again refused, when he said he should he off, and left that day ; he had already »reoeivodvädvanees to the ex- tent of £5 for wageabi[account. By defen- dant :-he did-hotsgive hin) leave for a - day to go to_ Grafton. Tho prisoner in his de- fence said that Mr. Bligh spoke to him about his week's work ; he asked Mr. Bligh for £5 due to him, but ho refused to give him more than...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
IMPORTS. October 22. - Urara (s.) for Sydney: 1 cask, 2 ease*, 1 bottle qiúcksi ver, Hitchins and Co.; 1 box, W. Ritchie j 1 oaie, 1 bundle pipe, 1 bundle pans, 1 cato kerosene, 1 bar iron, 1 nest tubs, 2 cases, W. 3. White; 10 bogs flour, 14 mats sugar, 2 half-oheata tea, 2 bags rice, 6 bags salt, 1 box tobacco, 2 cases, J. M'Faddcn; 22 bags salt, 1 box blue, 1 caso coffee, 30 bags flour, 1 case, 1 bor, 1 parcel, 1 bundle zinc, 2 casks rosin, 1 cask 1 keg sundries^l cato cheese, 1 case sauce, 1 truBS, T Fisher ; 1 barrel currants, 2'boxes raisins, 1 oask soda, 3 boxes candles, 1 coso pickles. 1 cass salad oil, 1 case jams, 2 cases sundries, 1 cask beer, 1 box tobacco, Hiroa and Co. ; 2 bundles, 1 case, A. Hyde ; 40 bundles ' hoop iron, 1 keg rivits, Bundook, Barnes ; leask, lease, Dr. Little; 1 bale leather, J. E. Chapman ; 6 casks porter, 6 paokages luggage, 1 cask soda, 4 half 4 quarter-chests tea, 23 bags sugar, 1 case picktet, 1 box popper, 1 box raisins, 1 case sundries, 1 box...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
DEPARTURE. October 29.-Grafton (a.), 240 tona, Cap- tain H. Creer, For Sydney. Passengers Misa Wilson, Messrs. Ellis,, Bawden, Peck, Sparke, Datvnl, Grouch, Fawcett, and 12 in the steerage.
LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND co.'s] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. .;»?&lt; [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND co.'s] . Arrivals during tho past week have been pretty heavy in sorao articles, business on the whole has been exceedingly brisk.&lt; . Maize lias declined to 6*. 3d. per bushel, at which price there is a fair demand. ' Wheat continues without alteration, but wa have little'doubt that tho fact of its , boing used extensively as horse.food in Victoria will ere long cause a sub- stantial advanoe in all the colonies. . Flour is stationery ar. ln*t wrak's quotations. Hay Luoerno is not brisk as it was. s Potatoes are very much in demand, and liavo ad- vanced to £11 to £12 for Hunter Biver.ones. ; WollongongButtor ¡sin demand at ls. Sd, and likily to advance next week. »... Booon-Bd. to 7d, per lb. for primo ? "?"«??: . Barley, English-5s. to 6s. per bushol. . Ditto, Cape-4s to 4s 6d. .._ Bran-ls 4d per bushel, in demand' Butter-ls to ls 3d per lb., in demand , ' Calves-6« to.40s each'1 .....
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
ABSTRACT OF SAI^S BY AUCTION DUB. \ INGr THE WEEK. . '., MK HENRY MAURICE - At 'tho Eoyal Hotol, on Monday, 10th instant, at ll o'olook j Horses. At his Booms, on Monday, 10th instant, imme- diately after the Horeo Sale; Spring Cart and Harness, Chairs, Night Commodo, Gloss Cuee, Cedar Fittings, and Sundries. , THE VERY EEV. DEAN LYNOH.-"We are informed upon \reliable authority that the Very Bej. Dean\ Ijjhch will very shortly leave Maitland for. Armidale. His Grace Archbishop, Podding: "has been pleased to pro mote Dean Lynoh in tho church, by appoint- ing him Vicar PoranX with, spiritual juris- diction over the members of his Church in the districts of New England, Grafton, &o, The change in itself will confer additional honour and dignity upon the Dean ; but his removal from a district in which he had resided nearly twenty-five years will be much re- gretted by the many friends he has. made during his long publio career. - Maitland Mercury, ME EX-COMMIBSIOHER BUOHAKAN. - ...
SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
SYDNEY. 7\ THE SURVEY-DEPARTMENT..-We hear.on what may be considered good, authority, that 'the Goverhmerithaye determined on restoring the:;Sùryeyor-G.ëriëral'8 department, to .ats former átate as regards the heads of .tbe de- partment.' There is to be.a Suryeyor-General always in the fielcfj and Mr. Adorns,, late'dis-. . strict-surveyor ati'7Älburyf;;is.theipflicer;named for that appointment. ; Mr. Henry Halloran, who has been some thirty-years in the service ; and has always been intimately_ connected with the affairs of the department is,, we hear, to bo appointed Deputy Surveyqr:General, to vîiarryï;ou- the admrnistrativeApartioh:¿6f iitlifc ; fduties'of the department.-On dit "that tho Government intend to send to Englaori for a ne w Surveyor General in the placé of the late lamented MiV'M'Lean, and that Mr. Adams, lately District Surveyor at Albury, will of- ficiate as acting Surveyor General until the. appointment ipJüká.^Jimdyood Observer. ¡Henry Kericlall, bur Australian p...
SUPREME COURT SYDNEY. SATURDAY. DISMISSAL OF MR. W. P. MOFFAT, ATTORNEY FROM THE ROLLS OF THE COURT. (Abridged from the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
S U PBE M B q O.TJ BT,, S YD NEY. I ,$ATUBDAT. . DISMISSAL OF,MB. W. P. MOFFAT, ATTOBHBÏ PBOM TUE ¿ROLIiS^ OP-THE.. O.OTJBT.,, (Abridged- from' the Herald) . THE proceedings against; ;Mr. Moffat,^in> th Supreme Court, came to à termination o .Saturday last. 1 Our readers ' are - airead aware that at the instance of the Law Inst: tute of Sydney, a rulo" »wi had been grante calling upon Mr. Moffat to shew caus " Why he should not be struck off the rolls for conduct unbecoming a 'gentleman an&lt; an attorney of the said Court." - The proceedings lasted several , days, Mt Moffat's address occupying, eleven hours, ii which he availed himself of every, *possibli topic of defence, and dwelt on1 every real o: supposed discrepancy in the statements affect inghim. ? . ';'t. ^\-: At the close of the address/ terminatinj the proceedings in the caBe, it was announce! by the Court that'the Judges: would .sepa rately read and consider- . the evidencoj ant that each, after giving his own...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
EXPOETS. ; . October 29.-Grafton (e.),; for Sydney-j-880 bag» maize, 40 .boxea soap, 1 bag dat ea, 1 caelc beef, 4 cases *gg«, 2 eoopa poultry, 1 kangaroo, 1 horse, 4 bides, SHOO «tares, and sundries. Tho Grafton (s.) left Fisher's.Wharf, ,at 315 ft.m. on Wednesday, and crossed the bar at noon, with strong southerly gales and cloudy weather^ ? The Urara left Sydney on Wednesday, Newcastle afc-10; a,m. on\Thursday, crossed the bar at 9;45 a.m. ori'-Friday, and arrived at Fisher's Wharf àt 3'3Ô same day ^making a good riinAbo'th ways, having arrived in Sydney on her downward trip at 5 o'clock on Thursday afternoon. The Urara experienced strong southerly winds first part, and mode- rate south winds and fine weather the littler part of the passage. The Grafton was sighted at .740 p.m. on Thursday, offtihe Mermaid Beef, . ' - / schooner Fanny, Captain Smith, w^"wrecked while attempting to enter the Tweed. She , wau last from Brisbane, and intended to load with cedar afc the Tweed for Syd...
WEDNESDAY. SHOVELLER V. HANN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
WEDNESDAY:. I ". ' SHOVELLER V. HANX. This was an notion to recovar the sum of £81 2s. Os being the balança of an account. ..Defendant did noi appear. Verdict for tito full amount. Hr. Miehae for plaintiff. '' - SHOVELLER V. YATES. '. This WBB nn action for goods sold and delivered Defendant ? did not appear. Verdict: for plaintiff £G 9s. 8d. . - > ^ SHOVELLER V. HENRY. This was an application for a writ of OA BA, to en. forco tho pajh\eut,oN£914s. 6d, being the balauci of an aocount. It appeared from theorgumont of Hr, Michael, who appeared for plaintiff, that a verdict had been obtained for 'the amount in the Small DebtB Court, an exeoution issued, and the defen; dent sold off, the proceeds of which sale rea- lised only 9s., although ho had been informed that the ; defendant at\thé timo resided, in two comfortably fur '.nuliod rooms, tho furniture of which Was not 'orfnod by him, in addition to willoh ho was in constant em- ploy and well able to pay tho amount now in question. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
Great Reduction in Prices of wiiEELEË &'malta's NEW IMPROVED FAMILY SEWING ? MACHINE. rpilE. DISTINGUISHING- FEATURE of tins Machine is thc making of the , 1 TIGHT LOCK STITCH, ihy the HOTATINQ HOOK, nn improvement on the shuttle;&lt;:by which heavy and noisy action-is avoided, which makes it NOTED ABOVE ALL OTHER. . MACHINES,' . ? Ivfor its simplicity and consequent freedom [\fiK»m derangement and need of repairs-its speed, case of operatic/ and (tiinnngemcnt. Thc great, pppu&rlîy. in these nincluncs is shewn by theCsalcs/whíclr^ncreDsed from 8000 in 1858ytc- dBouT^000 .in 1861, or morethan double/iac of any other machine, -o.¡It has,jinvarufblyf!,received ,tUe. highest premium-'whe/ it has been -exhibited ni: competition with others. is;1 with - full paiticalure>-8cnt| part of the colony; ; -Also,J; fr£54£: of&Rure Kerosene " 0*1'itf. ?? v, : The - most approved brands, and lamps in every variety. . The largest and best sclected^'stock in thc col...
GRAFTON DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY 28TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862
I GRAFTON DISTRICT COURT, . .TUESDAY 28TH OCTOBER. . fc. BEFORE His Honor Judge Francis. MÖBIUS T. LARSON; This was au action to recover tho .Bum;: of £41 7s. 10d., for goods sold and delivered;: ; Mr. Barker who appoared for plaintiff, said the debt was admitted, and the defendant not appearing, judgmont was given against him. '. PRIESTLY Y. TYLER. ment, tkatT,- A, ? not deom'it necessary to come down tue country to attend the Court. Application granted, PRIESTLY'..V. BAKER. " -! This was an action on a promissory noto, which was produced hy Mr. Barker, for the sum of £'35, and there being no defence a verdict was given for plaintiff for the full amount, wM>»4tt teresr., . "'I - te*-'0$*^ i 'MICHAEL V. 'WOODS. Jkf^K This was an\ action \on a promissory note for £13 10s. of which. £1 hud hoon poid. Verdict for plaintiff £12v10s. COHEN Y. ARCHER. \ An action on a promissory note for £31. Mr« Barker produced the note. Defendant not appear- ing, a verdict was given for plaintiff for...