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

prr- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER.il, Í8C2, jTÙE settlers "on tliè *Kichinpnd are loudly _' complaining of,the treatment they have re-" ; çeived at the hands of the Steam Company jT^'cÔinpatir which has pompously assumed ¡"['tiiè name of " Tho Clarence and Eiohmbnd ' ' Steam Navigation ' Cómpany," although'as "-' far AB the Puohmondis concerned, the ' name is nothing mora than an oasumptiou, for up to tho present timo not the slightest effort has been made to meet the requirements of that rich nud important part ol the district. I '. ThOyiisiial'policy of. tlie company .appears: tohola in this os well;a»' some others.,., The Sydney directors appear to be incapable of iinticipatinç the wants and requirements of thoi r constituency - laggard-like, they are ever found in the rear-" sufficient for the day is tho evil thereof." . The polar star of tho company itself seems, to bo great profits-little risks-a principle to be depiocatcd in every ehtorprite in which there is a commnnity of interest. No...

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DISMISSAL OF TURCHAIN FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

DISMISSAL, OF TUBCHAIN FBOM TDD AÈMY. . TIÍE special correspondent of the Times' writes QB'fóllpwsj from New Torie ir-1 ? "Asavage spirit seemstobe talring posses ! sion of. that portion of tho Nórthorn. 'people .who still; indulge ¡in . .the. vain ? ?dream' of Soiithern subjugation.' ; These people ?;. not < 'only.approve, every ¡illegal: and unconstitu-! tional act that the President and his Secre-' taries commit, or authorise, but they bellow , lustily for.confiscation and the gallows, for tho-'mildestforms of what' thoy consider treason. They support and admire Butler. .They havetfaith in Pope-hot because hé is, a good s'oldier/'of which 'there is no proof but' because he' is tr uculent and vain-glorious. ' They think Blenker a good General, because! he allowed his .'soldiers ; to. pillage. They, affect io consider the charges; against; Genera ; Mitchel and Colonel Ttirchain . tp he purely malicious, though Turchain has very properly \ leen dismissed from the army¡ Th...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

GTIIAFTW POLICE COUET. >T BÉFóiiE the Police Magistrate, Mesará.; Ai Lardner, and-AWlA:. B/jGrooves; J.P.'s. JAMES .COLITEjv.; BOBIlfSON.y This was an application on the .part of the plaintiftVto have the;defendant hound over, to keep the peace) as he\ feared he .would do him some grievous bodily, harm.' ¡Tames Collie deposed: he .was,,a farmei*(residiug at Ul- marra j: on the 25th.October, the defendant caine to his place and demanded. 5s.. which he. said was due to: him j lie said he,.,would have the money qr his soul ; he-had twice Sreviously,threatened his lifo, and' he was in- road of him,... Selina; Collie, wife of plaintiff, corroborated her husband's ' statement, 'and stated that the defendant made uso of most disgusting language on the occasion' referred tó. ' The uîenoli bound the defendant over to keep the peaco for Bix months, himself, in £20 .and twp sureties in £Í0l each. .' ; "Jl; 1' QEnAItD'T.' MADY ÖAMEBON. Thiswas an action undor the Masters and Servant's"Ae}t, ...

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

Steam to' '"Sydäeyi, rp HE .C.'.and J- ; COJS,;STEp G R A F T O' N¿; for SYDNEY, TO-MORROW' (Wcdnes: day) MORNING, at daylight. 1 . For< Roc^ampton. THE FINE FAST#AILING Schooner.- ^EL|ZABETH; Captain' Smith, wriHeai»y$>r 'Rockhampton on'or about the 15th Novemhtf,;antending: passengers inust makc an carly application to ' , * , ' W., KIRCHNER, " Factory. Expedition to Queensland,' and the Gulf of "Carpentaria. ' '-5-V A NUMBER OF FARMERS and SETTLERS toing de- sirous of exploring the .NwtrcrnA/ounlry, propose to charter a ¡VESSEII, wi/lithc view of taking up suitable porVioi», of/flic country in the most iavourabij/locality. Parties desiring to. associate furythis purpose may be -informed-of thc pla/ proposed, expen- diture/time' of departure, and projects of the intended explorers, bv applying'to. Mr. JAMES FRY,. Swan Creek, Clarence; River j Mr. WILLIAM AMOS, Stratherne ;¡ Mr.! JOSEPH ', SCRUTTON,.. Grafton j I »nd Mr. S. COHEN, .Ulmarra. . ; : ANTED, a YOUNGMAN' to...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

ABSTRÂOX. ÖF XäHLTSß BY AUCTION DUE i: V<'i -_1. ..Vi;;:- -V. ? : MB. THíittlAg rlSHElC^At Tattorsall's - Hotel, oil Moiijday he^ ^'2Vclöclt, Cows. ' ''r (-Í^0i^''xb\ovB;MáSEM.^We' aro un? avoidably .compelled. to¡omití tho: Presbyterian: pw .ceedings,-siibecription UBt,, and,otlier matter.in typo until ouYjnbkt issiio, owing to a prossur'o of .important adyortisomeuts, which came to band too late to admit 'of our issuing asupplement^- ' THE Q-jitArxotr -kko TENTEimEtD MAIE. \-Tlié ^following,petition to. the ' Poafonasier -Grenera],' signed.by abpufc.uinety parties, pray- ing*, tbaf.thèvroi}te.t|áfc-.presontí traverded by the; mailman .'ni^y^bii, changed'to the New Linè of JKadi was'remitted' to Sydney last posf:^ ^ \':: '.' " ^ iV' TO MàJOB ,0ltEI8T£B, ÎÏOSTJIiSTER'GBNCtUL of the . Colony of Now South Wales. ... .Wo, the undersigned, inhabitants of Grafton, Ten . 'terfleld/'aaditho lnew' lino of road; , communicating therewith, most respectfully beg to call your attenti...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 November 1862

FREE SELECTION. Thursday November 6th   James M'Donald, Rocky Mouth, Clarence River, 44 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Ashby, being portion 7, on the map sale at Grafton, 26th Sep- tember, 1862, marked, LL, adjoining the selection made by James M'Donald.             James Connor, Coldstream, Ulmarra, 194 acres     8 roods, county of Clarence; parish of Ulmarra, being lot 194 (on Coolah Creek), and lots 199 and 200, adjoining Forsytb's selection, and at the baok of James Connor's original conditional purchase. Area selected, 238 acres; Deposit £59 13s 9d.

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

CBITEBION EOTEL., A GLASS of goodiENGLISH A "ALE, with> /SANDWICH: or BREAD ani" '0ÎHEESE for; SIXPENCE. / / . ' W. L. LAWRENCE; TO SAWYERS AND SPLITTERS. TX7ANTED, jtíiVjf TREE! in logs T » andr planlç// Ripply, to.- tho;.undciv. '.ab;-;.Y)ii(!li';vit ; CAMPBELL'S CLARENCE RIVER DISPENSARY IS NOW OPEN, to supply at a much CHEAPER RATE^than usual, all kinds of medicine. Tliose ; who are par- ticular about their prescriptions, should at once take them to Mr C. KRAUSS, manager, of the dispensary, who will.pre pare them faithfully and charge moderately.   Teeth extracted scientifically, ' and with very little pain.       CAMPBELL'S P U KNISHINO DEPOT TS NOW .IN-f .PAIRl/yORKING ORDER. At least ten different kinds of I chairs maynow be selectedr from ; Tables of all sizes, :Sofas, Beratcjjds, Mattresses, Chests of drawers, Olicffjpniers, &c.,, are now in preparation. /, Ay stock of prime wide seasoned cedar ((vinni is scarce...

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. TUESDAY. SITTING FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

STJPBEMB COURT, SYDNEY. TUEBDAT. . ¡ /'I SITTING roi'TH¿'THIAI/OP CAUSES. r.;] BEFOUK tho Gbief Justice ana a jury,pt; romy -"' : .WIÜSON V. OGILVIE. , i ' '.', ,<; I Thia was'an nctbn against a dormant i partner', for a, debt alleged to be.duo to plaintiff by:tho flrmtp which defendant bolongcd.. Plaintilfsued upon a'promissory noto for £10:0,,'datsd in Noromoer last,' arid li' bill'of exehangia fer £86' 14t. 10d;, dated in February ' last.' Tho former was drawn, andjtho latter aocoptod, inlthe ¡ name of,tho firm-Bawdon and Co.-by Mr. Bawden,'-' tho managing pin-trier and ostonsiblo proprietor. Tho defendant denied bia liability. Mri-JBroudliurst, Q.O., mid Mr. Butler appcarcd.for. tho plantiff, and Sir William .Manning,, Q.O.j' for tlio defendant. -. ¡ . ... ». : The business' in que'sèion), was ; carried on"afc¡Iiw renee, on tho Olaronco Äiyef,twenty-ono Thilua' from Grnfton. Tho.lañd'jipojXtyliiphtho businosspreniises woro erected belonged-,to tho defendant, who was a...

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TO MR. TILMOUTH F. DYE, MANAGER [?] and K. K. S. N. COMPANY. PER FAVOUR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

TO MR. :TILMOüTH.F..DyE,;,MANAaER ; t7,-^anu ii. JV. ~ar~yrr~KTUTsre~jiC!rx:-"H Vin PÁVÓT7H OP THE XXAHINBB. Sia,-Iharó justheard that tho Grafton (a.) is to wti'ioupforthcabsencooftho Urara (s.) by running .evojy week, leaving Sydney eaoh" Saturday, and arri rii j ht Grafton on Monday. By thia arrangement tlu: interests of your Now England . conatituoniB a«o oniiiplotcly ignored, as lettors arriving per steamer must necessarily Ko in tho Grafton Post Offlco till tho following Friday; tho least Lean say of .this Budden '.uihdrawal of our bost'boat'ifrom tlio Clarence. Kivcr tr.nle, is, that it ia extremely uhsourteous to a mimo «ms body of your aujoporlars, as well aa io a . NEW ENGLAND, SHIPPER, ((rafton, Novcmbor lítli.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (From the Hearld) VIA JUBAL London, October 2, 7.50 p.m. Jubal, October 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

LATEST ! INTELLIGENCE. ; .Tl'' ''(ftTT ÏJiè^Èeàrlâ)'*4 "? ' cr ?. ? .. r .?> r TIA "TBJ^ , Hw r ' ;?? 7í> f : u. ^London, Octóber;2/tf,50'p.m. . '; Jubal; ócioibbr éih; Tho" campaign inSMarylandî is ï closed for, tho present, ¿ -..-«.:.-rH \ .ï-.'Afterjth'ree rgremjv, battles j tho .'Confeder- ates , have rercrc^odi'.the^.Potomac ,,in good forder.;;;,. .HUkg]'-'.'V,í'iVi M.-<k¡r!i,,',-.? '{?? ? , ; ; The. carnage was, fearful..¡ ..r ,, ?. ¡ .? , : ; . .Several Pedoráli Gróuerals were killed j or wounded.'?" ' " 'J'. "'' " ; ' Harper's Perry was taken by Stonewall Jackson, but afterwards evacuated. \ The Jindera! garrison at .Munsfordville in Kentucky has surrendered to General Bragg y.^generalamnesty .has been granted; to ?Garibaldtand his followers..t>., ',.'.,?<?<.? , ' Consols 94. : " ' ."."*VI' " A.priyato tologram to Mr.; Spiers, a pas- senger per 'Northam/ iradi pur porting' Ito be .from London, October 4th, Btntes that, m the ithreo ¡...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. -' ' . a '_ 'ih't ooiuinns aro -'opon to allwrttora who refrain from the uso of virulent languago or personalities ¡ but wo ; aro- not responsible' for opinions ex- pressed." ' ' ' ; .

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THE SUSAN BRIDGE APPROACH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

. '..VïiTB\8$&K BRIDGE APPROACH/¡ , ..-. 1,' T .:T0 TUB EDITOB Oí THE'ÍBXAMINEB'. : ,,* Sm;-Will you grant mo Bpaco"in your valuable . columns- to bring under tho «¿ficér of tho Munioipal . Counoil, tha.státo of .tho approach ito Susan bridgo, in -^'Dobjejatreet, whiob. ia absolutely .dangerous. I think . ovir ango Aldermen when orebting thia bridge erred in ?'?plaoing it ao lbwi butbs it ia now ;too latb: tb alter 'ii :>t, .perhaps, that auguatibody'wduld at leaBt repair tho . j approach,, mero .particularly I aa .tiley pertinaciously refuse tb erect the bridgo over tho crook in Mary-1 street. l am, Sir, yours, &o.¿ ? "? A CARRIER. . ;:. Grafton,.Novembqrl2tU; ¡i'-., ;¡

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THE STEAMERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

-* Vi' . ' iTHE 'STEAMERS; ? >? ; ' ' TO; TnE jEDITOB OP, THE BXA5IIHEK, v ' " $rn,-^Qur SELB DENYING steam company haring liad . ^ ( tin; extremo kindness to .withdraw ono of . their, boats ' .from this" trade, and'a8;conscquehtly thora will bo a du .;prcn of uncertainty-BB to tho hour bf her arrival hore, I .?.ifouldsuggesttliofleeirabUity of a,gun being' fired' i. rivlien oqming up thia river near the faotory, so that persons desiroiis'of meeting .her at tho Wharf miglit do ''yowitltóW'wastin'gtirae'.'! 'î'. v. v t-.iu* Mt'Jti"; J am, Str, yours, sc., . .(, . 1 j . -, i . . GRAITON.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

i '"I ARRIVAL. J ; gi ll ? . November. 10,!- Grafton / '(s.), - 2 ll), tous, Captain'II.' Creer) from Sydney Mth instan ti Passengers-Mr. nud Mrs. C' Shannon, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. M'Cormaçlc, and eliild, Mrs. Candlish and child, MossrsACurr, : G. JVillsnn, T. Bnwden, Burton, Hjbwell, .¿. Johnson, Devonald, and 22 in the steerage.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

' ,¿*J, .DEPARTURE. !¿ ' * ^ovcñíÍ>er Vb - Grafton (H.), 400 ¡tons, Captain, Oree^for Sydney. Passengers Miss RobinjfföMisn Boodie, Mesara. Peck, L'Estago, "wrascjij; Bolton, Shoveller, Guns, and-20-inthè'stèeragOy. . | Tho Grafton'left Sydnoyroú;iPriday night, | and arrived at Grafton at ll p.m. 011 Sunday, | with'tho EuglÍBh,)hnil Onboard! .') .-is \ . tf/Cho schooner, Perseverance, was advertised Ibileavo Sydnoyiibr Grafton! ou.or about the; lóth i incant, v;:}J()! " , i , , , i ?¡(Tliei¡U,rara (8.);arrived afc Melbourne .after. a; passage of fiffcy,-eight.\uours, having - expe-, ricuced light, headwinds all the,passage. The Jane, schooner, loft Brisbane for the Hich'inond'-Itiver, on-tb~e,7th instant. - ? i /Oie /Williams on her .passage, from Sydney tftjjjisbanei reports having sighted fourteen' ^easwl's';.inside'- tho 'llichiuoud Uiver, bar . bouadi'1'" \_, % -y i 1 Tho'Elizabeth;' schoouor,'- Cajitain Smith, sailed from Jtockhaiaptou on the 29th ultimo,' in ballast, for . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

.t)¡»H N Hi BUT'CJ NCOCK; ' .^ICTORIAJSïilTO ,G\RAPTÖN ^ Thu bust mouthly payments. I in . tliOjjd^trictji'and. SIB WSk undersigned BERAL'AD- j gncd to; their I ison and Co;, VA'NCES on W friends,'Messrs. Philpot-lnnc, Loi'd LEAltMONTH,/>lCiaNSON and CO¡, ?>.-. ? . ' : -Charlotte-place, ? Sydney. HT .WHITE, cÄi «^...JCASS¿ AND j . RETAIL ' BUTCHER); , 0,,0-VAL;1 I r, I 1 , 'I . . i . ' If I stiil conti mies.to supiilv.tlicjjest qualityrof BUf.<^]3RS/ MEAT/ -af -the following "Prime Joints Inferior ditto çSalt) ditto,' \ ¡block .-. Por.'side ;or.:car< Single (luai'tors ^.-..0 ' í í i . Veal ; and Pork. Ve.il, by tho joint: ;...0 ?'Pei).'carcass .......I...... 0 Pojk ditto '. 0 >Pcf joint......;v;ir... 0 2 ditto li ditto arditto . . ??/¡K'i.y. -4 . ditto :3 1 ditto .3-i; ditto Ai ditto GRAFTON HOSPITAL. ANTED, n /COLLECTOR for the;| . above; . Terinsj¿/per. cent.. Appli- es to be tmi\átíy M.tcr- to 'thc com- ee, on o/ beißre/T HURSDAY; 27th! I ember. ? /...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ?. .'?'"WHOLESALE.1 j [ANDEHSONJ CAMPBELL, AND col's] Wolmvanoolmtigoa of inportanco..to report for tito post week, arrivals .havo not boon over numerous, and business lins beon'/dir. ." Mnizo lins advanced to Ss: Od. to'.fis, to-day. Wheat is in brisk, domand. Wo havo sold ovtr Seventeen Thousand Bushels during tho week, at from' 6a. to Gä. und 4d. according to tho placo from which imported. , . . . <? . Flour is without change, the demand fair. Hay, Lucerne solis at £6.103. to £110a. Potatoes are £10 to JE10 I Os,/, . : i ;' Barley, English-r-Bs. to 6s. per bushol. y: Bran-ls ,Gd per bushel, in domond-a,.* \. ButtcrVli^tto ls 3d per lb.¿ in demand >'»: \ Flour^-dnost Town-£16 per ton * , ' i Ditto, Ano Gountryii ^HiUo.'ff Hides, heavy-8s. to i2s, each ,. ; .Pay-Lucerne,£0 to £7 10a por ton ??: 'Maize-6s Od to Cs per bushel - ? Oniona-20s'to 80s per owt. Potutoos-109 to 10s Od por owt., Whoot-Colonial, 6s to Os<l&am...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

,."»i....',Wednesday, 8 p.m,, " r A run on 1tho^.<^lonial'-pttnkr qf v . "which commenced yesterday, «ot in riotously this no(n!ng¿'; vHnndrou''of «mUdepositors crowded- ' .C.: the doors'Ä .- -£100,000 storliijffjvas, wlwdmTrxki.^.iAoout^'iibquJ thé run was cbeeted and now all ia qiiiot. Tho bank is keeping opoiruntil ten to payout lo':depositors.'!| The couse'of tho run is looked upon os political, .;, Mr. 0!Shonas¿j/ being governor of tho bank hut ! it did hot extend to niorcantilo circles) the nier chants being/fully'satisfied with tho! seoiinty. Other banks are giving-tke fullest support, 'i' ~'y\ ; / fi; [? ? - '. Thursday, 6p.m. ¡ ., /. lTh'e1rúri';ón,the CdomaíBank has éhded. " ' YÁ iiÁtiSandridge .there! was a terrifio fire this ovon .(...¡ingj 'Garion'av,.Hotel,- Stewart and Garrick's, ' ;.;vJE¡DniBlL and ÖrpshänVsi and ¿he. entire block of buildings dostroyed; !'l¿ . ' H - ? "': . ..'""? TÜRF:ÓLÜB RACES. ... ' '' MmnounNE. COP. . . ":; ' " 'Archer,!, 'Mormon, 2,...

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TOTAL LOSS OF THE CITY OF SYDNEY STEAMSHIP. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

TOIAIrLOSS OJ? THE.CITY OF SYDNEY ? , . STEAMSHIP. : (From the Herald.) : WE regretta have to record the total loss of an othoiof the A. S. N. Company's fine steamers .The City of1 Sydney-whilo on her passagofrom Melbourne to\this\:city.. ¿Tko. City of Sydney, R. T. Mbodie,)cbmmander, left tho .pier at Sana ridge; at 6 o'oloolt.p.mi,- on Tuesday, tho (Uk ¡ in- stant,: she haying been detained till .'that hour ito' accommodate ' tho sydney * Volunteers, . who wero returning hy her to¡.Sydnoy.> We, poised through tho.Heads shortly, boforo 10 o'clock,'the' weather oufajdo being fine, tho wind, light, ; but with a heavy, swell from tho'southward. During tho night tho wind rose from tho southward, and by.eight:o'clock on Wednesday morning weiworo off' tho Promontory. This breeze contlnuod throughout tho day, and tho paasongers wore con- gratulating thomsolvos on tho. successful com mencemeht of .their passage-thoro-being -ovory probability that wo;6,hould arriva at our destina- tion e...

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WRECK OF THE PRINCE OF WALES —CONSIGNEES' MEETING. (Abridged from the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862

WRECK OF THE PRINCE OF WALES '. -CONSIGNEES* 'MEETING,;1 : (Abridged fromtlie Courier.) \ A MEETING-of-the consignees of the Prince of Wales, steamer, took place on Friday last, 7th instant,'in the Municipal Council Cham: bers, for the purpose of taking into consi- deration the ?necessary measures'to be' adopted to,^recover the' value of tho goods; lost in1 the -wreck. . ; ;. j 7 'Mr3Qwfö'of;tne Arin of M('ssrs. S.' I)avis and- Oofj-%t^l]fed;to.&©V'chair.' > He stated that- a strong J fe'elmgxexistéd.' iii various quaqtórs that.Captain ;BeÍJ; had acted in a neglectful manner and .this- was borne out .by tho"' fact of his Iboing' summarily dis- missed by the Company,. It was 'evident, however that the Company did not intend to do anything in the matter, and it there- fore remained for the consignees to take active. steps to seeuro thomselvos from loss¿.. He had seen Mr.. Mason, of Bundamba, who; wrecked¡\andwho ^informed hirh-th^o^ma' comnjenced pro'cee$ngs,against4líe com...

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