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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

Clarence Investment AKTS, à\ tlip .each month; 20 ?G o'cl JAM WHITE, OAR, CASS; AND RETAIL BUTCHER, CO V Ail j still continues"to supply the best^quality of I BUTCHERS' ' MEAT, nt the* following peices :- , ., . . '^Beef.'; Prime1 Jointss. ; '...I....... Inferior ditto V.'...:. . v.. Salt ' dittov cash : at1 . the{ Work'1 v \yy'Jd'Z block1 Per side or carcass^ Single^uartersN . VeafWd\WrK Yeal, by the joinV:. ...M.' f0 .:Pw,carcass .0 Pork ditto.,.0 Per joint .........'........v... 0 2 ditto li ditto 1* ditto H I S 'S E A'SVÔ Nf j <r'','I':ÀT'N'''-';;::;,Y'1 :'' RUNNYMEDE, V . RICHMOND RI VE ll, . ' THAT PINE TROTTING' TOOT, THE / ^/EL^KjílA,N, -*N TERMS Ú EA^n/uIAEE.;, '. Good Paddocks p/ovided, Wit no respon- sibility incurredê<J f \J: ; Paymént'to bc mad/and mares removed on.qrbefore, the first/ay of January, 1863. ?y. ."A charge of 2s. ed. per week will be made, oh,all mares r/maining after that date. ATKINSON* and MACKELLAR. ; Runnymede, iS^h .November, (T...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

, ¿i-b N I C COUNCIL. PRESENT : Tho Mayo\\Aldormou- Lardner, GKltnoro, Payne, Kphinlon,' M'Paddon, Jones, audrGowan., . - ?; V:1 : ' . MINUTES. . , Tho minutes of the last meeting wore read and-confirmed. . LETTERS. . A letter was read from tho Department of Lands,'-with referenco to. the approaches to the Grafton'Perry* andi promising that the matter should recwoVthe\^ati|entiou of the Government. . Yr \ 'V^v A lotter from Mr.' ShVvcHor, with refer- ence to forming a sideling road to Susan bridge was read, and ordered t^bo. reforred to the Improvement Committee. - A letter was read from Mr. L. S. Lrowon thal, applying foi permission-to ? shift tho awning . posts > in Vront of^his promises. Ordered to lb rbforrbd fc«6. Improvement Committee. \V Y \ A letter wds r\ad i^from BK. Archor, re- signing his office *as\ Alderman for East Ward.-His resignation was rocoivod; and tho seat declared vacanra .! , : PAÍMENT.: . ?.)? ? A tr '. Mr. M'NMly was Jkrdei&d to.bo paid '£'1, on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

¡I PR0FICJA$](T/ BOOKKEEPER wants' cm/leyinrent. Apply at this office. ILL. T¥7ANTBD aJSiMkL'E GENERAL fr SERVANT. /Tola thorough good person, first-clasl /ag/s will ,be given Apply to Mrs./WILIIAM GREGORY/ Prince-sticct. WANTED a Tr Apply at tin Kirchnerstadt, No ibd LABOURER Mctory Saw Mills injbir 24th, 1862. To Farmers, Spatters, &c. ? v ll IrtOrtft SILJffJVOAK .or .ASH 1U)WV/ STATES {Required, by : Wu. KIRyNER, Factory. DAY, 4th, , Q December. ; " ? THO For Smith's Flat. rpiW i S TEAMER! ilMtRAon TIIURS T£URSDAY, 18th S FISHER, Agent." - COPIES OF Tiffi EXAMINER may I «bc had at J. IPKCIE-S Stationery and I BOOK Depot, PriifccVsttcct, Grafton. Monument to the late Lamented Dr. LITTLE. ,A PRELIMINARY MEETING wilt 1 4-*- bc; hcld/?iit th/ C/mmercial Hotel, TO-MORROW J^VENKirf the 26th in- stant, to take into/c^idpration the^ best method of erectiuaa MONUMENT to thc late Dr. Little, for/nwlhpg services in the district as a médirai jro/titioner. ' jpilN GILMORE. Mumeipality...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

Clarence and Richmond                         Examiner,   TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1862.     THE name of Doctor LITTLE has become as familiar as " a household word " with the residents of the Clarence district. It is our painful duty this week to record his death, in the the prime of life, and in the heyday of his usefulness. The loss of such a man is general throughout the district ; every     family accustomed to his kind offices in time of suffering, cannot but feel that they have lost a friend, whose assiduity, skill, and kind- liness ever made him a sad but welcome visitor. Seldom does it fall to the lot of   any one man to share deeply in the sym-   pathies of a population. which from the     migratory propensit...

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QUEENSLAND. (From the papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

/iQ-'U:EfE'N'S>L AND.-' ' '- 1 ' ' : . '(Front the papers.) V . AN7äs9BÜltbfà; veryunique and amusing kind was committed on 'Fattier Dunne during the" last trip of the Queensland from Brisbane to Eookhamptoh. The. reverend gentleman wasisitting on deck reading, when his. B.tudies. were rudely;, disturbed and hip book knocked, violently from his hands by a large, kingfish, eighteen pounds .in weight, which was display ing'its agility in leaping on board the steamer. Mr[..Chief ;;.Constab'lof Fogarty; bas'.vsu¿-', ceéded in apprehending, ati one of the Ödlan-1 doon^obt-srationá tho Bardon Eiver,^ à Ohmámán;ñáméd''CDin Bin, charged witb the murder of ono GliiágyáV'j^y^uttík-Noveinr ber, ¿1.859. Tin:Bin has boon .at largo eyer since j .we gave ? a\ detailed,.account of :.the tragedy at ;the^imó,of¡ thobecurrenco; ,Tin Bin., has been forwarded toi Warwick in order, that tho preparatory ¿pmiratlon ¡may be- in- stituted; Vi.;' '.\";:*..j \¿;''^."'V, u?'??:? 'iv^t-A NEWY CounT¡y-H.OTJBE)...

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GRA[?]TON POLICE COUR[?] FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

1 i^Tôijyi^^ - .;. . PXIIDAT. ?BEFOHK Messrs. A. Lardner, and S..-' .-.» "".P's.'.; ; -, :_ ';-MATlf OÀÎrÉnOîî T.' W. tl. OEim.V.._.. This .waa a breach of, tho Master; and Servants' A ct. \Mary Cameron" deposed : Gèrrard 'was! her hired servant from the 23rd'SeptèmborAat the rate, of :£35 per annum, by,a verbal. agrApment j,he left her employment .on tuE \30tn..xOctobor ; sho had hot: paid him any p/trt of. tho wages ; Gerrard summonelv hei^fqfr 'wages. that day fortnight and tho hcaso' was dismissed'; he, worked for her fivbweeks; ; sho wished' him . to; complète his engagement ', the: wages' were : payable at the end of the'engagoment. prosa ' examined by Refendant ; sho did" propose to do his washing, and did so, except one wëok that; she did not wash for herself ; sho; did provide a proper placo for him to sleep in. The Bench cancelled the agreemeut. ? Wages m 7s. Cd. to bfe forfeited. '_ ' ; ^ 'y: ^BBITAV. taoniiï SMITH. ? This Was" aYcaseSf assailli;!' Catherine Barrett s>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

qVlîE C. aud RpR/s.lt COîS STEAMSHIP '' : G' JI' Ä P T O 'isr y *. for SYDNEY^ 'TO-MORROW (Wednes da-) MORNING, at daylight. ' ; ' \ THOMAS. FISHER, Agent, ; ^JJ>%v' -jvrOTICE TO SHIPPERS. 3g|§|g£ >*--Tlie C. and II. R. S. N. I Compuuy having- chartered tlie'rUrara tú the i A. S. N. ¡ Company, the, trips of. ,thcj .. > G,ÍR A F T O/N, during thewicurrrat^Tinpnflir will' be . ns under x-^- ' ^C- ly Leave'Grafton for Sraney every ?< WED- NESDAY MORNINff, ai daylight; arid, I Sydney for Grafton direct; every SATUR- DAY AFTERNOON. TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary. ' For Rockhampton. .npHETINE FASTfSAILING Schooner JKELIZABETH, Captain; Smith, A^ll'leav^fovAloclchampton on or about the 15th Nwemjoer, intending passengers must malte an¡ jprly "application tO,- / Iv', W. KIRCHNER, Factory. - GRAFTON HOSPITAL. WANTED; a 'COLLECTOR 'for- the ** ' above, '^rmsyofj* cent'.1 Appli- cations to be nuyïe bw lctrco to thc com- mittee, on or jfolovW THURSDAY, 27th November..- .', ., / ...

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RICHMOND RIVER. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

RICHMOND RIVEE. ' " , DBPAETÜ11EB. > . ' ' : ' v November 9.-"Wave of Life, Ked Jacket, . . BhoderickDhurand Helen, for Sydney,; Bose, -, for Newcastle. . ... >: 5v November lQrr^Pibneer, for Newcastle. t' '~" November ll,-Cyclone, for Melbourne ; : * Coraki, and Storm King, for Sydney. > November 12.-Black Diamond,' Sea Gull, Callender, and Harriett, for Sydney. . ' '.' ~\ ' ' , ???? . - ^- .>?? SiT Th» Elizabeth for Tloekhatnjtamwill not sail until the ' first' week-' iu^ecertmer.' The alteration of tho advertisement'Viva's re -'.cCoived too late- i ;:;>*?;<; - V - THE STEIMEB.-Up to the hour-of going to Pressjtho Grafton had not. arrived^ ^conse ! quently we are/unablotb, pwlishour usual produce circulars.'&c. .\\\>.-, ; " _iv _ _ _

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

Y D NEY. V', (From Hw EearM), , .. , ' WBEOK\OF THE PBUÍOE OP WALES.-In the Assembly Mr. Woekes.read »letter from Captain Bell, of the Prince of Wales steamer, to tho'effect that that .vessol;bad ;not Btrmk on the Mermaid Reef, which at the ¡timo was clearly visible, but on a dotached.rock threo quarters of a^ilo from the reof in questioi^. 'andi on wliic^na!driploíwea-tote'«OSllí"Cíl¡h' at tho timo ol tho%reck or. on previous occa- sions.. ? ii---: ''. . . :\;: .,' -4 Tho Ohootali which had arrived in.SydniM from.tho Fijis, reports thatr a gjroat. batik had taken placo between tho Tongose and Fijians,, in which the celebrated Tongese general; Wanengola. «nd seventeen of his followers had beeJ^cilleQyis also seventy of. the Fijians; . V \ ? .,, ' ,,, At a meeting of the Acclimatisation Society of New South Wales-a letter was read   from Mr. A. Wyndham, of Dalwood, relative to the transportation of the Murray cod from the Mooki. The secretary was in- structed to write to...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 November 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL.     MR. HENRY MAURICE reports having sold an allotment in Queen-street, for £44. The attend- ance at his Horse Sale, at Jones' yards, was good, and the stock realised fair average prices. The   following is a list of the prices obtained:―Bay   horse, £13; Ellen of Lorne, 3 year old filly, £11 2s. 6d; Joan of Arc, 3 years old filly, £10 2s. 6d; mare and foal, £20; dam of Elfin Knight, £10 10s; colt by Peter Finn, £5; bay     saddle horse, £6; bay mare, £4; chestnut mare,//£8 10s; chestnut mare and foal, £8; chestnut//filly, £4; Jacky, grey pony, £10 10s. The land announced for sale yesterday has been unavoid- ably postponed till Tuesday next.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

"' LATEST COMMERCIAL. ' ;,Mr. HENEY MAUMOB reports a revived aotivity in .business during tho lost -vveolt. Ho has mado privat« sale's: of several 'draught and saddle ' horses, at fuir prices j and lias sold an allotment of lurid on Carr's Crook, containing 1 aoro 2 roods 24' porches,';for tho sum of '£50.- lt.,M. will hold ari importantianä:'.'un» reserved sale of land this'day, at his ÁuotiMÍíHwnis y and also a horse salo at tho yards of the .'Bóyal jIÍ¿'fél:: '

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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. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

Oap oohimns^uro ppon ito. nil writers \yho rofrnin Yroiif.tho uso of viruloftt lnngungoor personnlities i .s.-! .-ibut'.Vo .Ao i no) M reaponsiblo --for opinions1'ex« \]HïSBe\. 'V i'*\"''1 «*".' '' ":| ' ' 1 OLOSIN^'ïrâ'BAlSK'WlTinbDT1 îotj^' \ NÖTIGE.^ ' ' ' ' ., ... i-,.. T0 Titn'snVrOB OP'TUB EXAMINER,' ' "'' : ' Sm,-Hating business in town to-day, I- was' ¿nr pr«od"tp find tho bank was oloscd, and the notice of .closing on tho door datod.Thursday. : Now I havo no 'objection to tho bank holidays* being 'obsorvodi pro videdisu'fllciotit!añd!propor .nólic'o'. bo givon,'só that' residents living out of ,town, may jiot-bo put to .any' incohveriioh'co. 'I should nbt liayo' dêothod it' nóoes sary to trouble you with; this.cotainunidation, had not; my friend; who was in oompany.with mo;'stated ctljat ¡ón a forraèï occasion ho mêfrwith a similar disappoint-', mont, owing to the only notice hoing tt writtón rriocard on tho bank. door. ., ...... ..."-.. .. . > i ^am, S¡r,yoü"ra, &am...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

[PltOSI ÖUBi C0Eli?8P0in)BOT.]il 'ii-'..! WE have nothing; of importance to communicate. Some portions of fa wheat crop are already in atnclc; offiQrplirbónsxárot^g^cttt, while" sonie; of the late arop^s stilluirifibvfer the Bieldo. We I think the crop isVn jm^rovemeht'oniihat of last year, though' tho mjmher^f^hashols raisediiri tho pnrialMhis year moy not'uB inteeas of last year, owing to-tkfi large, quantity deatroyod by-tho caterpillars. , ¡The corn crçpVlooltincr, ns well aa; it con/¿rid'givés proràiao'ôf an àhiindàrit yield. ?? STORM.-Ayrather severe storm' of wind, ac- companied .wifly^-and hail;.!passed(ioyor^'tho. pni'iah o^IJ^iTO^^^njflg, last. The -vond.had theüH^crofVov'eüjjÄ'^cahBiderablk portion of the tnaito croV>rlrau^with veryMillie À damage,; I' liad almoat'ftlrgotteäito çiention^thnttlïè^force . of t tho wind in the storm, waa'ab great 'that . it .com-', pletely stripped the cyveving of iron from. half thereof'of a)vbry Iorgo harn, ? tho'- property of Mr. J. Mi...

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Rules and Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

Rules' nnAiltcgiiíutions. Al} boato ¡ko jbe < entered onthe night of ? . tliéíZíith of Decqmbor, wifcli the exception of tho aailm'g'ra'ce, which will bo kept open until eleven b'clockvthe'nay of tho race. u l¡ r-< ' 2/ Iii all'-pulling "iäatchet,> outriggers to he excluded. ->\ . ? . . . ' . ¡^3. ¡Each-boat to weas^a distinguishing flag, tobe namod on entrance* .4.- AJlTaping boats- shaü round. tho ; flag- ship or stated, marks .on the. starboard hand., L'Z ? >v(6.:^ajlingrboats,may icarryj^ny^ and'what sail 'they¿plea'se, but will nbf; .Le'allówed to uso oarsj-dr throw* airy'ballast* over after starting. - - , 6., Boats.,on;the port:taok< to boar ¡up for bo^tápn^bejS^árbóard. tack-boats. running free to'kèop.away from boat's on.a wind. , . . 7. Any, boats judged by1 the (umpire to havo^'wilfnlly . 'fouled ânother^to1 bo con sidered distanced.1 ,'(! \ 8^Aí'?p'ro^minaly;;gun\to bo fired' ton minutes heforo each raceyVwhen the boats inust tak...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

i::0'vNóyember 19.^an4^m.3,n<>^*K.Jv' 'i .'' ?' '''November 2L-Josephine, irdVÖy.diwy'.' m l>i3Sio Highlander &bw>bound;:". . 1 w ?7" ,.'"V- ' . ' . '':'; . ''ír:l?D'É8i?ATÓH.-The Grafton, Bteam'or,': wliicb'i arrived here on Tuesday, 25th ultimo, left .! for Sydney, at 2 30 p.m. qu Wednesday, 2Gth ; ,.v.- tirsssed the'"bar at 4*30 aim. on Thursday, . ,y nùd arrived in.Sydney at 7 p.m. on Friday; bnd'?<;harged her' inward , cargo, i reloaded; and ji0cöalpdfand sailed,again for: Gtetfion/at^six JJ M on Saturday,'haYÍng. only: .been- in ¡ port iwjbuty-tbreejhoursj'"returning to Grafton, at 10'jiOa.m; yesterday,^being the quickest trips ? 'accomplished in so short à space of time, since" -the introduction of ' steam on the Clarence ii Uiver.-'' We think-; the officers of the'G-rafton m.eutitled;to every praise,' for- theTenërgy dis ; H.plttyéd!;byi Wém in endeavouring; ás íar as . j},pp_ssjbjte, to,keîy) Up something like regularity . fyjin;qur.,t...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

:.,Ï r.öIUI^ONÄOLIOE COURT.' V- . :. 'io í'lo'jí-i.'--'. '.JIWBÔSÎBBBM'? . BCTÖEE Blessrs. A LardùoiY andvSi;rAverv ' J.Fs. .'í'lATÍi.^HOH*' s! :<-x r ü 'Uv'' ii;-itE&itfi^soura . v,:''Tlns'vw'a^ ä9cn'ä^; p^l»i^ä;bj^ tlió.'ppuce ragaihs4;'Üí8 ^ 'of the'Elec&i'óíTeié^ Wiro;^J'Janiës' Keegan'aepóséd:';JioVaá,sohipr io^^V,''éf,.^t^j^í^<-'bn,: passing;' (Juéeh? 'etrepíion Tuésdrty'4iio^ningVhe iekigraph' wWh'àd been cut ; and'be believed Ihe-defendant waa'.tlíe'party who/ cut'thé wire.-,;.'. By the Bench : .if the wire' did, "not reMh'ilia'gro'und'tt m it' cb'idd'haye'beèn raised' by "props, 7 James Page depPsed'!-On Mbnday night làst.àbôut ' eight pr nine o'çlo'ci^hé/wijÎB, returning: homo,1 and pn'reaciiin^ thing ;.cáüghl'lijs'' legs' throwing'..him,, on r'tlie;ground àhd';injùring liiin ;;¡on,-.Tuesday morning' ho wë'nt to' look 'at'ñ "the 'wiro which was down ;r he.fquT.d it, .a'.jfew/ inches 'aboVe'the road on 'ojie; side with'., a.. gradual as...

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DISASTROUS COLLISION IN THE CHANNEL—LOSS OF SIXTEEN LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

DISASTROUS COLLISION" IN THE ^CHANNEL-LOSS OP SIXTEEN LIVES. THE following extract in quoted by tho Empire from . Plymouth paper of the Kith August, announcing a collision in the English Channel a few day* previously, it will bo read with much intel est, tho Daphno and hcricomraandcr being well known in Sydney, and - bound for this port at tho'timo of the accident i . An awful collision took place off the Start during ? ' the'fearful gale of wind that blew at two o'clock on *.''.Thursday morning. Tlio ship Daphno, from London, ... bound for Sydney, waa proceeding down tho;Channel, . . .. / when she carno into collision with tho Mullion, Nicho ? Jos, master, bound from Bahia for Rotterdam, laden i ! " with sugar, and last from Falmouth. The wind was blowing very heavy, and tho woather was so hazy that . objects nt short distances could not be observed. Im i "' mediately; she struck, tho Mullion went down stern foremosVidragging tho Daplino with her, tho stern of . whioh latter, was r...

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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

lAß itKej ëïçbmç'toltecaphi ^ll'pp. iuï^prkirig "oraer iïf the couria^ . particularly "dirë.cp: Siè .áttentioú ó^tlíewublic .tp'tb^'^ 'th&pk'r^ ^'ó^^g|^j|ttin^i or^^<»uç^g'!t^è^'\T^Bking pf ;.!tko^lne, y ¿ls' .follows,:-.'-,",,.:-, . '«¿í-L. i i i TIUV ' ' 'VR .'i ii^'? i-1' .-'- ?? }. 1> "fftyfyVj, e#fl^¿f¡fm ioirû à mißdemc^m;. i : Every person Svlipíti^lL wilfully. biit-jor'yçÛierwÎBo sever any wiro brt^ tho .'works'óónndcted' withUiny duoVlini! of'cbmmaaícátión, :ns.'to;proveht'tho passing of ¡thb líídotrio eiii'tebt'èliaUi bo.dççmcd guiltyjofja^iisdémeaiioi' nndfsh'ip&.liqblé 'tO;fiíio!pr"imprÍBonment -iri^li pr w>thout;hajifcbpr at tlif diäöretion of the Court adjudicatingV^i;.';^« ^'"* '!... j c ' ".Every person who shall wilfully:ob3lriict th^snaking .?'of any \jorks 'under''tuis'AcWrinjùre^^ 'tórruptTqr^ sïbïfof aiîy.niessDgô along any lino^shalt on.^oilvioi'ion ! boforeany tW Justices'.tie' liable to.a fine notées than ;live'ppunds nbrraora...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

t. r.,..S'. . . IMPORTS. ' November 2?.-Perseverance, From Sydney t1 5 tons .. . - flour nnd mmdry packages, W. Kirchner.- - , ? .,. ... ,.'vn i,. nu. i^i. t.; í:í I.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

'DEPARTURE. November,'20. - Grafton, (a.), 210 tons, Captain Greer, for Sydney. " Passengerd . Miss Young,-Messrs. Mackellar, Hays, Croft, " Proctor, Smith, Keegan, and 10 in tho steerage. . % >\si r , .

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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