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MYSTERIOUS HOMICIDE AT COBHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862

; MYSTEEÍOtJS * HÖÄciDE AT, . COBHAM. A.: PAINFUL and'myYtm recently at Coblïam.v>.Onrthe 1st A ugusttho jodies of two well dfessed'men were found in a clump of .trees a short.distaneefrom tho 'main road. One of .the mon'had5, been shot through the breast, -'and the-other through the head. Near thom was found a piece of paper, which made it appear/that they had; both eommitted'sûicidë, and which, also i con- tained a roference.to'a young lndy¿ whose namo, after; having ,-beon apparently inserted by the,,writer, had./afterw|r|d8 been, erased-,, In a few days it was discovered thaVthp.', de- ceased were two brotheïsj named. Eittléstônô,( who held respectable'positions 'in Bondon as' clerks. - Tlioy had left hömo'to go on a short fishing excursion. -An inquest was held on tho bodies,fat which'the'fathêÊ.ofitha young., men tendered evidence but tho mystery was not cloaredup. 1.j.Th,e.,fatihërfjgayéj it> as ,Jàa, opinion 'that,¿he young' lady., referred ;-,tp'',m the scrap ' of wtó...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862

Grafton Volunteer Kifl^ Corps. MEMBERS are recAest&f to attend Drill and PárjGé;j¡6n the Cricket Ground, on SATUITOAY IN EACH "WEEK, at 8 p.m., untMurther notice. ~-, H^^VBi-G-Bi^YilS^ Cjipfcain/^ I UOÍAIÍItÁ ANNÜAÍI REGATTA, j . TO TAKE ¡PIACE ON ] I BOXING DAY, 26th DECEMBER. AMEETING\w/V)take^)lace at the Ulmarra MM on SATURDAY EVENING next)a!b/natant,at'8 o'clock, for the purpose m^n/king Vrangements in connection witn the above. Subscribers are respectfully requested to attend. />... ; SAMUEL COHEN, hon. secretary. GRAFTON CHRISTMAS RACES, TO COME OPP ON B O X I N O D A Y, THE 26in OP DECEMBER, 1862. : STEWARDS: I 'TLIOLTAS SHOVELLER JOHN HANCOCK 'THOMAS BAWDEN ARTHUR HYDE J. E. CHAPMAN Clerk of the Course - SAMUELAVERY, . K FIRST RACE/ THE TRIAL» .STAKES, W.-W--sovereigns, for all horses not eiceèdnlç 3 years old. Three-quarters-of-a/iile/rone event. SECOND BJACEV THE MAIDEN PLATE, of¡ -r-^ sovereigns, for all horses, ihat haye never won a prize, exceeding fifteen p...

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GRAFTON QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY OCTOBER 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862

GRAFTON QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY OCTOBER 28TH. BEFORE His Honor Judge Francis. CUTTING AND WOUNDING. Robert Ward was placed in the dock, charged with, cutting and wounding one   James M'Clelland, with intent to do him   grevious bodily harm.     The prisoner, who was defended by Mr.   Michael, pleaded not guilty. The Crown Prosecutor having briefly   stated the case, called   James M'Clelland who deposed:–He knew the prisoner by the name of " Bob the Lawyer; " on the 19th September, he was on his way to Mr. Aitken's station ; he called at Cowan's public-house, South Grafton ; and while he was there, Ward came in ; he said to him " Well, Bob, we are going back to the station ; " Bob replied, " they might go to hell ; " he then struck him, and knocked his head through a pane of glass and drew it backwards and forwards ; he also kicked him about the shoulders ; he subsequently be-  ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862

8MIPPIK8 JINTELLIfiEHCEi ARRIVAI* ,\ : ; October 31.-r-Urara (a.), 400 tons, Cap tain Wiseman, from Sydney 29th. and Newcastle 80th instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Miss Donoghue, Dr. and Mn. Little, 2 children and servant, Mr. \ Wiblen, Mr; Bamsay, Mr. Devonald, Mr. Kent, and 28 in the steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862

. CO'S STEAMSHIP. U R A R, for! SYDNEY, TO-MORROW ("Weeinea-J day) MORNING, at daylight < . * < THOMAS FISHER, Agent. ;'Po!r''SmitW-Plat. . .* " »?".'? m HE SHAMBA 1 ULMWO^THURS DAY, '6th Novcmbci **/ THOMAS POSHER, Agent. ' For Rockhampton 'mHE FINE FAS/SAILING ,HMA^¡BM. A, ;gciiooner. ? , jlLIZABETH/; CaptaínTSmith, will l^Cífj^Roclcbainpton, on or about the >15tJ^oveAber, ; intending,; passen'gura must 'mnlcc amearly . application to '/ ? ? W. KIRCHNER, Factoiy Expedition to Queensland, ¡and tlie .Gulf of Carpentaria. ... :; '.^. ;>< ??-Ji'? NUMBER OF FARMERS:; _and SETTLERS) being de- sirous.of . exploring, the Northcri^Counlry,( propose to charter a .VESSEL, ¡with-thc,view ? of^akmg'Up.suitableipaitions^oflfthe^country, ln-thevinost --iavouraw locality. .^Parties desirmgito'.associato fuivthis/purpose may, be "itífórmediof!the'plan 'proposed/ cxpcii-.; -ditürtí/time'¡ of- departure/ and - projects! of. the1, intended'' cxplorers;' ¡iby''ap...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. CAROLINE[?]CHISHOLM. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 4 November 1862

CAROLINE CHISHOLM.             BY HENRY KENDALL. A perfect woman, nobly planned,           To warn, to comfort, and command.   - WORDSWORTH.                   The priests and the Levites went forth to feast at the courts of the kings;         They.Twëro^voin' of iho greatness abd; .worth, and gladdened with glittering, things. - They were fair in thc'favour of gold and'they, walked on, with delicate feet, Where, famished'ntyd (faint with;tho 'cold, t the women : fell down in tho street. * ? Tlie Pricbts and thaXevites looked 'round, all vexed and perploxed at.tho ones,; l > V . Of tho.rriaiden who'crouohêd lo Hw ground,, with tho wildness of wani nv her. oycs.v...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

3 . ENGLISH NEWS. , ".»; Tho Italian Insurrection is endod.,y ' ' . Garibaldi has been wouhded in thehoad. The stato bf siego in NaplesanjlSicily is closely, nmintainod. , * V . V i!; " -,' Garibaldi is to bo tried immediately. . ' ? Lord Palmovston has maintained tho necessity for hastening tho English armaments. *\-'y ,.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (From the Armidale Express.) Sydney, Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

' LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (fabril the Mmidale^0xpms.) . - i . S»(lné'y!'Friday,4p.m. Tho down mail from Mudgee waa "robbed on Tuteidoyil ' '. ;.. ; '.'-.-? ,¡£¡8000 have hoon voted by the Assembly to the Rov. W. B. Clarke, the geologist. . ..Á^Jiisrí^úted'thátSir George Grey has''!*.' ;^3j^M''ihe!GÖTemoi^p of New Zealand. ' In the case of Chamberlain veftus Cooper, two i'^residents of 'Armidale, for breach of promise'of J^Mwriagd,deciàcâ .in Sydney on Thursday, tho ^ ;,, vei'dict was for plaintiQ, with £150 damages.' ' Tho Bathurst down mail was robbed on Wed ;" nesSa-y.'.' Tho rogisterod letter» and notes woro ; . ' «talion.Tho passengers resisted, but were soveroly pantiled. . ..- . '/y''?[}: .

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

lÏEATu>:n,yrPito.^ on Thursday, morning information -w-anni-on veyodto Mr. T. P. Pugh, ilio Courier office, that Iiis brother had been drowned whilst . bathing near tho Military Baths in tho Bris- bane'Ei ver. Men have been engaged in dragging the river to recover the body but without effects-Mr. Pugh was a qqiqt,steady young man, audron the .good;opinion of all who associated.^ith him.,. There is no, reason tb believe that his death',;co.iild- have ' beqn(oc casibnod by.an bth'er'cduso than- by hatliing in a (Ungerow'/pl&& "'/We .'.tíroumBtmce, caused quito á 'painful ' sensation in town yesterday, and was s-'the'; sq.urces of.- much grief to the relative^ of. the T young, man, who was ' beloved and generally, esteemed. He . was notf moro , than nineteonv years' of age, and arrived in the colony withjuiofchcr brother, about five years since. . . \ 1 The Moreton Bay TramwayiCompaivy has gone into tho Insolvent Court. Particulars. areto;bo "filed withina month; ......

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

;*"«H?ji<:;. -rr: -.-,-. : .! EXPORTS. ? ¡¡ Noromber {.-TJráwi., (8,) for Sydney ¡ G56 bags! v »auue, 62. hides,, :2 coops -jioultry, ,3 boxea -eggs, VJ, ' fangs 'onions, ;17 mala, sugar; 233,pieooa timber, Ï . ¡í.packagáí beef, 1 liorsoi'and auWry'smallipaokugcs." '?

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

. .-imiviïu.. 1. v. October 80.-Commerce, from Sydney. October ' 29,. - : June Sommerville, for Sydney. «'' *' \ , CallendmyHelon, Cyclone,Storm King, Bed Jacket,'lthoderick Dhu, "Black Diamond, "?Vf*kS&éQW$¿&ttwm7 KOBO, 'Coraki, and Sea'^GrulVa-e bar bound, . lr 1 Tlio Grafton loftJäjMlnejt. on 'Weiua¡)sk&ú Newcastle^ afc 1F3Ö a.m. on Thursday, and crossed'tho bar afc 8*30 a.m. on Saturday, and arrived in Grafton afc 2 p.m. samo day. The Grafton experienced strong northerly brbezos'throughout the passage. .? Bightod a steamer, supposed to be ,the Urara, at noon on Thursday, oiF Moona Point,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - &>i - MÍ .-á- ' > ,¡ i i , ll *' ABRI VAL.'' > 1 M Noy.ómber 8; ^GrafW Captain H. Crcor, from Sydney ßtli and Newcastle!, 6th instant. Passengers-Mr. Fawcett (P.M., Casino), Mr.' Sparkes, Mr. Peck, Mr. J. White, Mr. Small, and 8 in the steerage. .rt *.-«

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

,. IMPORTS. November 8.-Grafton (s.), from Sydney : 1 cast, 1 keg, 4 pnsos, 2 bmidloa, 1 bundlo wiro, 1 bucket, 1 bottle;^ ({Uiuksilvcr, Telegraph Station, 1 cask beef, Onrpontir ; 84 mots sugar, 6 oases gin, 6 boxes raisins, 3 casi» 1 cask sundries, 1 caso sardines, 1 cask cur- rants, 3 ensks porter, 1 bag mnizo meal, 10 bags flour, 1 _keg Bhot, ll bara iron, C dray boxes, 1 bundle ridge clipping, 1; keg nails, 1 cask glass, T. Fisher ; I cask loaf sugar, C casks porter, 1 cask salmon, 1Ü cask, 10 barrels currants, 20 boxes raisins, 4 casks apples, 4 cases pickles, 10 cases whisky, l ease Bult, 1 liogslioad rum, .10 cases 1 quarter-cask brandy, 12 cases 12 half casca gin,ll quarter cask shorry, 1 quurtor-caak port wino,'10 hogs rico, 235 mata 13? bags sugar, 1 keg tobacco, 40 bags flour, 2 cases chaire, 1 cask, 1 bundle sieves, I quarter-cask wine, 1 truss, 2 cases sundries, 1 casèjW. B Campbell; 1 bolo paper, P. Ritchio j ll bagssaU, P. Sullivan ;,. 1 bundle ab"/"'; ií~iron pofiîf...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

'l*{,'l)3fePARXÜBB. " November ¡ 5.-Urara (s.), 400 tons, Cap- tain* Wisémanj for Sydney. Passengers Judge Francis, Bev. W. Fidler, Messrs. Crow,' Willson, Burton, and Dovonald. ?-*- ? ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

BIRTHS.   MACKNEY—On the 20th ultimo, at her residence, Vine Grove Cottage, Arthur-street, North Grafton, Mrs. W. R. Mackney, of a son.     HAMBURGER—On the 2nd instant, at her resi- dence, Victoria-street, Grafton, Mrs. Charles J.   Hamburger, of a daughter.

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THE SUBTERRANEAN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

THE SUBTERRANEAN RAILWAY. THE' Méj^opolití^ Railway ia^úáfcfnoW; id course of; completion,-and as thisVjis, í.;perhap^,víthe;'v¿iost stupendous. eu .{jineenug^wbrk p^modor^tiru'eä, auld as it îs'vô'ryjuàtlyy^ interest in Londbui'atthé; present tiuio, ,tho barticulars bit*' it,' will,,? ï /hàve.'np'doubt be : highly- intereBtij^ to your readers' ... -' Jn'^the cçÇf /üctiáú of su'cli a pedúliar ' tünnol as t^'á^terranean Railway, ruuriing under the^f^^éart of the metropolis, of course/evi^ÉÂ^fd had' its own, peculiar difficulties"; ; The'whole length now com- pleted is about 3£ miles. «From west1 to" eaBt the average slope .downwards of the entire lino is one in 100 feet, but after entering the City, it again rises; though 1 here, is no.steeper gradient throughout than that we have men- tioned,.^ The ; sharpest curve is of, ?200 yards ' radius. ' There are "'iàbï-Vinpro%-'thaiî' 1200 yards. of/stiw'ghtjlinet-in the whole length, and.ftbán^^ he- nea!;^ feet!0-Sucha íin^ almost all\tho;...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

; , ; IGTEST COMMERCIAL. V;-$^'PRODUCE CIRCULARS./ y -, " ''V>V'^ > " ? '. WHOLESALE. ^/ArrivnlB-during tho past'week haro boon rathol' :{Wpvyin,Mutzoond Hoy, oujincss has'beeil fair. . <Maizo has a downward tendency-and^it .is now; : dlflloult to Boll at Cs. ' 3d., although holders aro still .aalcingilliat pnco. .:>?? ? >< ; ¡ i*-;\V^heat Ima ? taken a. slight stir in Adelaide, causing nn.ùdvanoo of dd. to Gd. per bushel j here it is in brisk j 'domand to-day at 6?. Sd., to Gs. Gd. .iii ? ?. E'lonr is without chango tho domand is pretty fuir., ,-. -Hoy, lucerno sells well at £7 lo £710., for best old, ''?and id to £7 for now.: v.. Potatoes haro fallen somowhnt, and cannot now bo quoted.ovor £9. ,-. . >. , .-? . .. Wollongong Butter.» in good demand at ls. 3d. for1 best. t , . ? .ri ,v;>-.. :. ." .Bacon-8a. to 7<L per .lb. for. prime . . -, » «v Barley, English-Bs. to Gs. .per bushel. <?:.".*'? ?'. <\n~ Ditto, ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

.MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? ....... THURSDAY. j PnijSKirr: The Mayor, Aldermeu .Larduer, 'Gilmore, Payne,- Robinson, and' JóñeB,;'?. -I . MINUTES. . ' . . . i , ' Tlie minutos of the last mooting were read and confirmed. NOTICE OF MOTION. . Aldoniwu Payne to move,--" That a rp., tum be laid oni tlieJhble, showing tho num... ber of motionB"pnssod during, the Muhiôiphl year-their purport and the. mover's name," , liETTEllB.. :~ , .. . ;î A letter was rcceivod from Mr, ThomnB :-:-T Dellow,v complaining of tho- water ;<being, al- lowed taromaiu; in front bf his. promises; and' praying the'Council.would tako^steps^to: ro movo tho same. 1 ' 'i. > ? A'letter was rend from Mr.. Lawrence with reference to the state of the street ia- frofiV of his premises. On tho letter being read, Alderman Payne moved,-" That the Council aro .prepared to assist Mr. Lawrence to " tho estent of one half tho expense of tho plan proposed by him, ^should it meet with the approval oí tho Council. Alderman...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

\-'¡niJ SIDNEY. Vi'u .(Mom, tho Harald.),,,. ;. : ; ' HTKB ;j,SüftyBro.í>-.^K)q^Aj4.' --Since, tho ''death of tho late'ilr;' M'Iioàn, no ap- pointment has been'^made to fill tho, vacancy "of1 SurvéyorrGtó Minister for Lands has now/however, decided on appoint- ing Mr.! Walker E. Davidson acting Surseyor , General, -, and Mr. P. ( 1?. Adams, Deputy Surveyor-General. These gentlemen have .been for many years !connoeted with.the sur- vey dopartmenti'and ; both'of thom aro at present district ¡; Buryeyors^ Mr,-.Davidson joined the Gpybmmbnt iervico on the 8th'i of May,; 1880^ ,32'. years since, and. Mr. Aflams/o^ September; 1857. These gentlemen' .ho'dp^ibt1 poBsqss .the prao ticál' knowledgenecesBáry for the1 respective Îositions they will occupy in the'department. . Tr. Davidson's long experience in the field will be highly useful in carrying out the principles of the new Land Acts. . . ''; - The Aquitane arrived oh Monday last frpin Manila, and reports'that p'n Auguat tho 18th, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

PALE KEROSENE, 5s: per gallon, by Athe/tin/ '? . WAltRANTEB BEST/iApPS, in pack- ! ages 2 and M$ dpzen/from 3s.i6d. to 7s. 6d. A liberal Allowance to thc trade. SAMUEL/HEBBLE^IÍITE;; SO», Piit-ôtrêè« S.yÜíícy. -| Á AA CASES OP 'AMERICAN 1V\J\J CHAIRS-Every description of cane and wood/Éjjalt, /needing rocking and children's cl/inps, uv cases dOone dozen. American IIard\y/rc/and/ Wifodwarc-an | extensive àssotin/nt/Ilwaj/s on had. and CO., Merchants, Wynyard-square, Sydney. Great Reduction in Prices of WHEELER & WILSON'S NEW ' IMPROVED FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. rpHE DISTINGUISHING FEATURE .*. of this Machine is thc makings of the TIGHT LOCK/STITCHy by the KOTATiN<yHooi¿, ni^ improvement on the shuttle, W wjfich Heavy «nd noisy action is avoid^f \joichymakes>ft NOTED AB/VE \ALL OTHER MACHINES, ' for its simplicity and consequent : freedom from derangement and need of repairs-its speed, ease of operation and .management. The great popularity of. these machines is she...

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