Elephind.com contains 99,316 items from Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1862. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT, VIA MARSEILLES.] GARIBALDI DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862
(;L;Í|i|tléjiccV'áb', Jiicíjino'tó '1 ."roir/.MovÄ^miner,,,, ,M , 'tn . \. ii \ i " y. I ¿J . .?ííJalhO-'-'-íÍJOS' ^FlkC] "vi Y> í J í'v/ i (lov^ESIH^WQp^ER '18^1862.; f ! . 'AI h-,h-.!y:!^\!.V. V ^ ? ? - ?;-'!;&lt;.?? iííllíí s'.ío .bi'ií^o; ;?&lt;>..;;:; .: / :?.!''?:,.-¡l-.. tv-': \ '.-lofefíSÍio''sH?.'^p^i^a*B8.]- ¡, :'/¡;; ¿r :;;.&lt; ! ...iro.-.-ísím? ^ftríferi.-.^^^-;;; v .'Í TAJfiÍ AH OABIBALDÏ. DOWN. -cr. ^ , &lt;Ü'IXÍIB'1 tlie!lóVo?of¡Italy liéá-¿>1eéding ; .>:.; t'j i. ) ; ? Hut not in vain his wounds aro moutjiq thpt.spcak ' , ;J\Vith au ungenerous patron strongly pleading; " . ./rjie.Rtron^er. that íhó. prisoner^ voleo is weak ~ i 'i'-Hi/iëll, ft'forlorn hopo of 'Patriot's leading ' i , - J » j i\V,hósó cries fdr. Romo liad fallen on cai-a-unheeding, (^^Ho^jo^ftw^iM^iy Homo sHH tonger seek ? . .AMicro's veptri^ ; - >1 j rpi^ world VninamcíT Iiis high attempts succeeding ::oiiIt:lias.uot failtid,á'coptive'tlio' lie'luis.' ' ...
GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862
X (ÎRAPTOlT' POLICE COÜETv , \_ 1 FRIDAY. 'BEFORE the police ? Magistrate. " '1:1 . ' This was an action under tho Masters and Servants'Act in\ which tho defendant was charged with neglecting his work. Richard Bligh deposed :-Tho defendant hired to Borve him as a . general Bervant, under the agreement produced, the term of which had not expired ¡-having absconded, he was appre- hended and brought before that. Court; and ordered ttyreturn'.tq.bis work, which he did on the .following da'y?\lsfc November'; . defen- dant said lle-.wpuld.noli,. work unless he al- lowed him to board in the kitchen, which he declined to do ; he gayo him some light work to.allow him an opportunity pf recovering his temper ';? on tho Gth'iustanV ho ordered hiihjtd chip some Tweeds from.the ' vineyard, which' hatVbeon previously: horse-hoed; all day ho .oVlyvdid five rods, at which rate it would t'akfe's'xteeu'days to'clear an acre; oil the7th,hesethirnto digatthehcndof the vine- yard, and he dug one-and-a-ha...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862
: AT3STBA0T. ' 0F¿¿SAü*ß8> "ßYrÁTJOTION DUR. ;v ; . vINO THE .WEEK. dny.'út' 10 ó'clBók, Bullock Dray, Shaft Hiíriiéss, Amerienh /Aips, Clpuks, ,&o,f¡ , nt ll ' o'cloók; Imnd in Nórth'-ond' äbuth'Graftöii j Forma ol .??.'Grafton nridiUlindrm];'at) tho Royal (Hótol,. at 2 o'clock, First-oiaea¡Hurso Stock. ; '. .MR. THOMAS BÀAVDICN.-AtTutlcraoll's Horso : ,,!'.Ropositor^^ o'clock, Horses, .' ' .To, ? ova SunscitiiiEns AT TIJWUUIU. In-justice^^.to puivsubstTifJors'^KOTiuiirni; wo feoí.'cnlledinpdn- to', make/'tho following, es¿ plànatibn^ af 6.;p,ui'.-¿;:-wo receiVoi'twÖ/ blêgrhiiisj ,'víií 'Tenterfield; ufo* forming'üs of '-tho' loss óf'the'Oíty of Sydney -tlio eliarteiung'of^lie^rnfa-and that tho Grafton would lpavoSydney on Friday night, &c.,,for Avhichihpwsiwohvere.indebted to Mr. Thomas Bawden. We immediately'issued aiú'iikírfloMi»^ /to Xthe wholo of ôûr.Bubsc'ribèréjjeptruBting ythe- de- livery; 6f; tllösprbniiheiirlver.ito the, Grafton, steamer, which left ear...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862
omi4T1T0 464- Gcórgc^strect, V Sydney : Leh;chfo'rd's vestas Elème'figs Pint'pickles*- ' Quart vinegar Bottled fruits lïench capera Spanish Plives k Batty's mustard v TVhybrow'B mustard Hill -and Ledger's mustard ' '"' Half-poùnd sardines Moir salmon',s V Volckman's janis Carraway seeds Chicory -v - Barracco juice Blue stone' .« Carbonate soda Cream tarter ' Ï\ -¡ Epsom salts' vi oz . packets '.-. «'.'' Satfcj-petre, table.salt ^vssherry Soda- ash, soda '^cry- ^Marsala stals :K!J Ct.Byass' ale and stout. Patent Groats- Hennessey's bottled Central Society's palo, battle-axe brand IV. braddy, in 1 dozen ' ' pale brandy, in one cases'.'"' " ' 1 "' dozen cases, &c.' \ D'. COOPER''and CO. ' 'STATION SUPPLIES, ALWAYS 'ON .¿AND;-' "A !D E.L A I'D E h Y ¡L 0 U^R , -sV Congou Teas, /: . i -T»QQi\h&f* Stores/^' "Mya Sugars,*&'c; ' 1 ' vmniilA ¡ Margaret Lane; Sydney. Colmnn's starch Jamaica ginger Brown ginger Bath bricks : Dairy salt St. "Ube's salt ? ; Rock salt Live...
LAWRENCETOWN. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862
fpBOJr ,A ICOltllÈBl'ONpENT,]..,;,] AT a numerously attendedj.:public, meeting. Ml at.-Mr.; Roberti,Nightingale's, Commer oinl hotel,;iLawroneotown,,on'.Tuesday, Nor vemb'er llj'Mr. J. Gregor in the chair, the I'ollowingpetition'and resohitions were unani- mously agreed to :- '-.&lt;> .. ; i'd tho Board ofjHirontora of tho Clarence. anduRich" ; mond lttverStçam>>ïïovigotibn Company, O¡ntlomcii,-"Wó,- 'the'. undersigned,.' farmers and. rcidenta on tho -Lower . Clarence, would respectfully. minuit to your consideration tho following resolutions, pr.wijd at a publia meeting, held. November 11th, uti ¡lie Commercial Hotel, Luwrencotown. , Proposed by Mr. Angus M'Swau, and se- conded by Mr. Archibald M'Parlane,- ' 1. Tlmt it ia advisable to roquest tho company to uloíua.smnll Btcamor .on,'tho Lower Claronce, from tho upper end of Woodward Island, and downward in tho Heads, to collect all produco for shipment to: *"«:ioy.".-: ,. ?;. Proposed by Mr. R. W. Neville, and se- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 18 November 1862
>&lt;» Steam>'to Sydney ' ;l::'.m:í2¿-."""" * ;m HE.,&ïaud swJUi CO'S STBÄJV; j« «r»,-a:iGiÂjÀiiï^'T|.,Q)'. för'SYDNEY, TO-MORROW (Wednes- day). MORNING, at daylight. , r THOMAS FISHER, AgêîxtV For Rockhampton. : fTÍHE FINE ¡FAST SAGING "__ ^"Schooner?' ^ZABKHl^ Captain;; Smith, wiU leave for Rockhampton on or, about thc,,15thßtÄambw, intending j passengers must make an eajiy application t0' ' i W. KIRCHNER, Factoiy. &lt;TT^ANTED;/^a:TNG,MAN, to iride | YOUNG ? HORSES,/nrffP! assist in /he stables.J Apply to *®xM. HT SMITH, Gordon Brook:' . ' /' Female /GENERAL I SERVANTS' On/&lt;Vho; can wash and, ironnvindispebsald^A/A.pply at the 'Vf 'Examiner " Office;" XITANTED) 'to PURCHÁSE/ale1 and ,.:"ï.irportirç.;BOI^ per gross... Apply to ..RQJ«!Rff MUIR, Grafton Brewery, .Dobie-stroey , > ,. CAMPBELL'S 'FURNISHING DEPOT TS NOW ' IN ' .FAIR v WORKING I J- ORDER. At least ten deferent kinds of 1 .chairs may nowvbe^sclectotl from; .Tables ] ''of ; all...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
T II E L'A N D . , / ;TiiB state _ of Ireland;'becomes . every more alarming' Tho, commission, pf murders, in the open daylight hy-hired assassins is.j npt 1 the ,wowt Symptoms? bf tho d%r^miz^äö|a* tit, the social' framo ; antill uvorse'- symptom "is! that tho;, " finest peoisantW ".abet, ; Applaud; and screen tho assassins." A;bódy of tyo.hun "flred policemen .hare been fruitlpssiy liunting, ;the;murderer B¿yjBs.irithé |^utáins,r;béing' always, it is sa|B| close u^on^TiisÍ traclc,'J'an,a I having him frequently.-aldibst mV sight;;-;but' it is now'bélióvod that.he must have'.Bucceeded'. in making hiái way toi trie coast 'and'^'effeptan'gV his escape to America. ¡TlieVo is rip'apparent ' distiriciiion drawn by the popple 'as tb ? tlió' chiiractor of. tho. crimo; 'Murder,'alprie,: under any pretext, Pr none, seems to be, suff jficient to ensuro -.their sympathy"arid'.prp.-:: Action., To-dpy it'is a landlord',' tp^mPirrowA PSln^Ä^IÄI uíider tho ban of knife or'piStol.íp.tne'p^áÉ;: hoo...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
MELBOURNE. The " following . interesting item ' bf news appears in t\i&'-Grenville Advertiser :-" An ^intelligent Chinaman, atLinton, named Ah ' Tak|wkospeaksEnglish? qiu^e/fluently, and ;;. : with whbm,our reporter is, :we]l acquainted, ' 'states that there is, a:Vmoyement among his countrymen at present for the purpose^ of get- ting female emigrants from China, with the view of getting Varried and settling down' happily , and permanently on tho Australian Boil, A large number have lately been pe- titioned' for'j anà it is^expected that they will shortly be on thew waV hither." The Argus of 4\ instant says :-A curious instance of the value, ty the 'testimony of Chinese witnosses was jMFordod by the'pro- ceedings at tho Bourke Gmnoral Sessions on 3rd instant A Chinaman, named Chin Hock, was proved to have stolen a box containing property valued £180, from a Btbre at'Blflck wood. A brother Celestial, named Ah Tan, was called to give evidence in the caso. Ah Tan had been the p...
EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
EUROPEAN HEIS;, Boauty dojjs noaappear to 'bo ¿ much ' on-1 eouraged bywilitaiy critic^ in America. Ai Now York pjlpertoHs us'that Beveràl, young I ladies who volunteered as army nurses were rejected on accountW.their good' looks. Tbis1 is tbe first time wei have ever beard such a reason assigned . .mr ; rejecting young ladies. ? . .?? , i. \ > Mr.' Frith,- the successful painter of the " Derby Day " and tho " Kailway Station," lias -received a ? commission to paint three small pictures for £10,000, the subjects hoing i" Morning in Oovent-garden, " "Noon in Begent-street," and "Night in tho Hay- market." v ' : ' A deputation of ladies in Vienna rece ntly solioitod" permission to bring a torch-light procession to tho empress ; but after canvas- sing tho project lt was dbolined from tho foar that tho Sladies\: ¡orújálines ßhould tako ^ A> \ > ?? >Blondin is a humtoris^ af everybody who has witnessed his comical "feints on the high rope > may have 'Vobsorvod. The moat ch...
THE STEAMER LYING IN THE STREAM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
THE STEAMER LYING'IN THE STREAM, iro THE EDiibil OP TIIB'KXAMINEBV Sin,-Perhaps somoofthefunotionariosooriueotod with the 0. and R. R. S. N.' Company could inform tho publiohow it happons that frequently tho sicamor hauls away from 3?ishor s wharf, tho ovouing previous to hor departure P-I lmd occasion to transact aliltlo business on board tho Grafton lost Tuesday evening, and al- though it was not after eight o'clock, she had loft the wharf,,imd I was under the' neoessity of hiring the forry. boat et a ohargo of sixpence .eaoli way to and from"tho stoamor. Several passengers for Sydney wera to my knowlodgo, subjeotou td tho annoyance, of em- barking in n ferry boat,at their own expense; - By in eortiim tho above, you.will obligo.n . GRAFTON RESIDENT.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
. ADVEHTISESIENTS :.fot 'insertion inTuesday's 'issueimust be forwordBdio^iliö'iOfflcö'not-lttter'. than four o'clock on Monday', afternoon ; and notices'cof mfhdrawar ' not later tliau eleven o'clock'oñjSátuxd^y- ?. ,, ,'".» *#* J^-W^km^^'wA'-äf'W 3ft88rt»í.'>íñírflM' ExAMiHÉR^withput a . speoiflo'order aa to , the. humber of timesj'will be Continued 'until CONK .\: Jgtmandcd.jand dibrgcil jfor accordingly;-' : MUK off.iDiPPEBEST 'AKTIIAI,S.-He Had analyzed.t]\ö milk ,oF\ tlio cow, tho ass, tho goat, ewes,'and also tue milk of a carnivorous animal, thedog, juid^twas a most -singular fact-that,ingall, the! toious constituents' bf milk^ arid more especially in .curd and.butter, tho milk of tba dog was byixuY thef richest. No kind of fofdvcbuldnt .alLomparo with it, and solid'b.irtchor's meat ^contained j Tess ,.. nutritive qualities hy far Whan : did this' des- cription of milk. Th'is Would, .explain the difficulty 'óf'bringing up' puppy dogs by nandi; and indeed, if any one wishe...
SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND BROWN] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
j_ ..,iV1:,..iVuii.: SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. . [HAIGH AND BBOWNJ 'Snn Northumberland, with, upwards of 300 immi grants have arrived ¡ wo shall therofore havo an in oroascd attoiulanco of sorvants ot our market,' which i tolerably well supplied, ïborois n fair demand fo both domcstio and agricultural servants at tho Bub joined rate of wages, vi«. With board nnd lodgin or hut room and rations. Ter annum, ' '?? Blnoksmitlis and carpenters .Pll GO/.' to 80/. '. Married farm and domostio sor« . vants ... ... ... 45'. to GO/. . Grooms .., ... ... 85/,! to 40/J ? Coachmen... ... . 35/. to 401. ,, ' Gardonors,,. ... ,., 40/. to fiO/.. ?.' ? ? Farm and garden labourers ... 30/.'to 35/. ? SuiToyors' men ... ... 40/. to 50/. ?' Eoadmnkors ? ... ... 40/. to'50/. î Ploughmen and stockmon ... 35/. to 40/. ! ?. j...Shepherds,.. , ... ... '30/.to 35/. . . '.; Shepherding; families ... 56'. to 10'. 1 : ','Femólo Servants. ... ?? ...... 20/. to 32/. -.'?'. : *^l?itWtrMt; Sydfiôy. Novombor 20th, 18G2. '...
STOCK CIRCULAR. [R. FORBES.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
STC'^X Cl HOV LAH. f'.f'f^ f: L11, vomits.] ' . ' Reports hnvmg sold tho eoiobratcu Qttocn ;runa, m thé Wnrrcgo district, situated on tho Darling,-Biree, and Culgoa Hivers, which occupy an uninterrupted' direct epaco of 125 milos to thcso.rivors, : computed 'from tho Dirlitig Bivor.to tho kwonty-nihth parallel.'"''Tho funs sold nro.Taalo,\Boni>wlVr6VUppof Turréc, Georgy, ,Gio4y Bist, Bunna^anna^Wcst, Barina WaniiB,: on tlioîîaAlngJtivcr. Biino, Huriyèobeorco East, Blpolt'.& or Cooholonno, Bpneilbvor BlpclrB, which aro on'tlie ' (julgw KivWfcTainby,ITO. 1, vTomiby WesVNeo, Nb; . ?X, Neo, No zTToulv, Ticoo, Wellington oxtremity,; Bonny Back, Taala,migara, and Turrco, together .with right, title, interest ai vondor .to oil tenders in;. Stock sold, 24,fid0 sheep an! C640 lambs. Total 31,289 for tho Bum of £40,000 a*d about.3,000 cattle ot £2 8s." per head. Tho whoA will amount to father over £48,000 pounds. Torms, cash ns per agreement.' De- livery to bo given 1st January, 1G...
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
.¡^.ÍS^rpARTUBEa A NB ABBIWALS'OIB1 '$$Èr(b': -""v 's MAILS... r \j:DEPAETUEES PßOM GlUFTON. ll To,öieino, &c, Tuesday, at 7 o.m.! p .Toy uoonsland, via Casino, Tuesduy, at 7 a.m. T^rmidulo, Thursda* ind Sunday, at C aim. -? i . To Tabulam, MondaynndJîrjjiaV'at Ga.m. &lt; : ' &lt; >i; Toßydnoy,- by stcamoA WednaAy. morning. ? AElitVALS AT Q-BAFION. ! i /. . From Casino, &c., Saturday, at 6 p.m. ? - . ? From.,Quoonsland,.via Casino, Saturday, at .6' p'-mi From, Armidale, .Monday and Friday, at G p.m. - &lt; From Tabulam, Tuesday and Saturday/ 6 p.'ra. From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday aftoriioon.' .' &lt;? _' "> &lt; ?&lt; -Mi I, ,1.
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. OUR STEAM COMPANY'S JOBBERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. \ Oüit oolumns mV opon'to oil writors who ïofrainl if . . from tho usoof vimlont luiijjimgoor porsonaliliûs; but wo aro'not roaponsiblo foi- opinions ox pressed. ' ., : ¿ ; :': '.'/--*-':'' ?' 1 OUR STEAM COMPANY'S JOBBERY. ? ; TO TUB EDITOB 0Ï inc EXAMINE!!. SIB,-How long oro wo to submit to tho caprices of the 0; and R. Ri S. N. Company ? who still continuo to clo with their constituents ns they think flt, not oaring, what inoorivonioncVthoy subject us to,so long as'tiley! aro oblo lo'ncoumulate good dividor.ds.' Thoy may rest nssiircd,'however," that their lato conduct in withdrawing'our best boat from a trado which is weakly increasing, is a piuco of short-sightodneas that tho company may regret when tob lato. By tho bye, ! I learn (rom a private letter that tho ; directors of tl io .0. and R. R. S. N. Company have not only chartered I tho Urara, but llxod a prico at whioh sho can bo pur- chased, and tho vessel is now reported to be on her trial trip, pr...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862
ABSTBAOT OP SALES\BY AUCTION DUB , , .. INO- THE WEEK. , MB. Tffi)MAs\sAWDEK.-At Tattcwall'a Horso | . Repertory, Ibis Day^akll o'doole, Horses. aillo iea\ .y _ A finé sample \& whea\ full in «the ear and of average weVht, has boen left at our. office by Mr. D. Coutts, of Bulimba "Farm (between four and »five miles down the BriabaBG Eiver). It is a specimen of a won- derful toopLcoruideriifc tha dryness of tho season jlanirit morobnangiblo proof that contrmgvbo the pVp"*f» belief¿-our soil and cliraatoro tho Vicinity of tKmotropolis are not unfavourable" t)p the production of good wheat.-QmrdianX ., ]^.v Randell's. tinder has been accepted for the extension of tho Great Southom Kail way for twolvo (12) niilos. , JiiEOTTOB BT MB. JV" Ii. MicnAEn.-A lecture,entitled "Songsand Song "Writers," was delivered by Mr. J. L. Michael, in the hall of the School of Arts, on Friday evening last.K The hall was comfortably filled. The lecturer after a fewintroductory remarks, in which he p...