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

DEATH.           CAMERON—On the 26th instant, at her late resi- dence, Willow Camp Farm, Mrs. Duncan     Cameron, aged 34 years, after a long illness, borne with Christian fortitude, leaving a sorrowing husband and six children to mourn their loss.

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

"pnbDUCB'ciactiíiSÉsí/iáí ' ,'; !: ' -\ ,WU0LE8ALl!!Ï >''^Jr.' '-'d ' r [ANDERSON, CAMPnÉ&.,; -JflD co.'s]' i l'Arrivais uuriujj vu» pug* nna.un« WWII. inuii|nirSM tivolyheavy m some arlielcs,¡busincss has boon vratlnir~j .dull. P A declino lias talton place in Maize, it is now 'dml .cult'to Boll atSs. 8d, for tho beat samploa. . ..Wheat is in'doinand.wtth an upward.tendency. . Flour iawithout:>ohango m price, the demand ii fair. «'??...?/. .."??-.'.""."..'. ~:"IIay:Liloorne continues at£G 10s. to £7 10s. H-:"Pôtaiôc8'aro'£10 to £10 10s. . .. Wöllofigong: butter has advanced io,Is. Od. atd li in great domand, j ? ? . - v- Bacon-5d. to 7d. per lb.1 for primo ? . - . . ( -Barley,'Enghsh~58¡ to 63; per b'iisliul. ., . ? .?. Ditto,'Capo-4s.to 4s Gd' ?? i - ¿"-Bran-ls 6d to ls Od'por bushel, in domang ; t. Butterais 3d to ls Gd per lb., in demand - ti ? I Flour-finest-Town-£15 per tön ? ' '.-...'Ditto, fine-Country, £14 do. (-. '.?"?'?'."?' : . IJillos; heavy-8s. to 12s. ea...

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QUEENSLAND. (From the papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

QU EE N S L A N D.. . (From Ute papers.) , .,, .. Another case of temporary destitution'lias .occurred iniBrisbane, three respectable young marrjod women having applied to the Bench: on Priday'last,. stating that they were newly arrived immigrants, that their nuBbands had left them to seek employment ih. the country, and that they and. their children were .without food. Tho worthy Police Magistrate; did not send them away empty, and directed that' further enquiry should bo made. . v ¡' . >: At Captain-Hope's sugar plantation'at'. Clevoland there are about fifteen; ncrëVunder crop.. y --\ ?/;'Mr¿ "WattSj íicliiefí .constable oí\Warwick, ( while on his road to Toolburra, on- tho 12th! instant,:fell-from his horse in consequencoW receiving a - sün-stroke, and fractured- kV right arm. . _ . \ : . .\ A ?' QUEENSLAND : COTTON.-We learn, with? great pleasure, that Mr. Panton has received by the English mails account sales for a por- tion of the cotton producod on his plantation during i...

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SYDNEY. (From the Hearld) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

SYD:NEYy« .... (From the Iíearld) \]\ ' : Bayoud tho forwarding of certain ibills a stage, and passing the Estimates, j the Jiegia. ¡lature has done nothing worthy to comment upon during the past week. Mr. Arnold hat moved for a committee of the whole Housfr : to consider tho propriety of introducing a ' hill to prohibit payment^ of workmen and ' 1 labourers otherwise than in current money.a 'v¡> measure for which he will doserve the thanks of all who are enemies to the iniquitous truck system. The Upper House Bill has been qjV charged from the business paper -of the: As sembly, so that all chance of a change,in the constitution of thecpun. il is at an end for the present.' ' "'"v,^"'' An impudent Mow of the name of Bow- :' ment,' ." represVñting\himselfaa '"a wealthy squatter, at Mudgeo,.has succeeded in ,'victi- . mising 's'ome of tW/largest^Btorekeegera in 'Sydne-y.^Dnb firm^to1 NvhoraMie' gave, orders to i thief auWu'ntSQ. £3000 ¿\yere' fortunate ¡enou^Ir tp/eSc*ape hy ; lend...

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

. ;EXPORTS. ,S " . " '." i*.'.'.'November.19.-fQr»fton (rc) for Sydney'? !jO0 bags f.j'iin»iíe,'¡4 boles wooing 'casks beef, 2. casks' pork, lkO :¡.(íi)fiAyft 4Q00 feet timber, 30 bags onions, 28,baga'-p»tn ,. toav8 boxes eggs, 3 coops poultry, 337 ouncesJgold,, ?'l,0án(l'su>idriup.-'. 1 ? ' ' -?' ? ..; !'('!/ -. y v'.u ; ;Novemborí26.~Q-«fton (s.), for Sydney i Î700 bags > ü!v í¡.jmnilio,-4 baga onions, 48 si jes bacon, ,8Q>boxo« soap, ' - iii'bales wool/80 bides, 8 coops poultry, Otioxes eggs,. . 3 hoi-ses/and sundries. ." . ¡

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

. "-i . =-=-,m . . ?? SMALL DEBTS COUllfe. BEFOKE Messrs: A. Éardner aud SlfAvery, J.P.'s * * ß: ^ ? r 1). Campbell v. Hughes.-This W'Ä chiim . of £7 Ils. '6d.)-being .«a promissor note; I Defendant did* not appear. Verdict "for ¡ plaintiff. _ *. . : Kennedy v. Harrison.-This wns>av claim of £i 17s. 8d. Nb appeavauce röirdefon-1 dant. Verdict for plaintiff. . , ¿M..<. Brown y. Lakin.-This was ?an^rioiion. to recover rent due for, premises .rente&lby do .fendantl who it appears re-lot.? tho Í&OUM} in questipnVto Mr. (sJ-albritith ; but; tho; plain- . tiff contended^.tliatho'still considered-Lakiii his^ tenant; '"Mr.VGalbraith admitted-his liabilityC-frotn thÔ<'.rl8Ï1October*]à8t,;buii6tatcd that he made _no^ arrangement to'yjaytho back rent,: haying given Lakin^ö t'o^go out. Verdiçt.by consent for. plaiutift^,3£5.i' :Mr. Michael for defendant. ' .., ''"-M' >. , Benson and-Macaulay v., lTarri|;-r-But icher's1 bill.'isßö : 3s. 8d; .Debt admit...

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

To Farmers, Witölrs,, &o. ! : tl A AAA SILKY'OAK or ASH s JLV)WU~sTAVJÍS llJUired, "by x ri itt 'WM. KPRCHMER, Factory? ' VTI/MARRA -ANNUAE REGATTA, \J 'I M . 1 i862r 1 1 , .BO -rM G>ro A i x FRlDÀ1r,"^26th DECEMBER. n, j j , PnEsçoE^yT-J. F Small, ^Esq. - , , iVipEj^BESiDENT^D^ugald. Stewart, Esq;, ; ii, ii ¡ii ÇQJIMÏTTBBj» i' . i Y 1Mr..;TVf.:,.Anderson. . i¡ Mr... AV.- 'Kirohner. ... 1 W'A! '^BÍaiíÓH r 1 1 Mi'i Ö Laffenthal <. H 'Mr. St' Staion''-' Mr B Muir !?> J . . Mr. J. Roderick Mr. Crt-¡E!helpB..<v>frnU ; . .. Mr, Jv Ohowno,., , , Iii-. J. Small,. - . ¡ ' !,« 'Mt'OJ.'Frj ' rMr a. Small 1 ^ "'W^' G. Ctíowne, >Esq .,.,t ,TaEA8^BE|i(Ti-Samue\'.Conen,«rEsq. ?'vÍFijíp^^^i.4-Ä!pa^öißcull8,r,ja; Bkiffs, ©istjancoyjE^-miles.., Pme. áSS,-.^.,.., ..^^ECÇNii^oE.TT-Tivo., oara. -with coxwain 'Diaf^ce^three-mileV.. ;r Prizer^.'* i .. "THIHD' RACE.-Farmer'sr.working, boats .not exceeding,twenty.feot overall.. .Distance lillee miler 'Prize, £1 ' 1...

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ARRIVAL OF THE AGNES IRVING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

^'ARRIVAL OP£inE,-AGNES IRVING. .': V^^eV4r^|VàfriTê&V>tt. ^Thursday, affer a /" fuir passage of;¡ÍL&days' ;'¡ She left Plymouth? ¿-.-¿¿<rátlie-26tb July, and steamed "to-Capa :lñmg r- ' terre'j- íirrived afc St.'.' Vincent /on '.'¿lie 12fch, . and sailed again on the. 13th August. She .crossed,the^ Equator on the 22nd. August, ¿ r.. Vtóok'tüe floats off ou tho following day, "ind í'k'ept'úhye'r ¿tovas'until making tho^Cape,: "whe^!^ 29th ..^eptérober., ««^?'tlSSflé'a^piïii'ôa tho 4fh<( October, and was' ".undeí'cáavas untiUfifty Cjnilcjp west of Cape ptwayy%hich waa passed oh the l(3th instant, ;.'.<;.:?' ?wteii tte floats -werajagain shipped, oad^the .^^YÍBBBel'Jürought ou to^vßydney under steam. V XThé'Agries Irving was designed and built by î'Mr.t'C;'Langley, of Dèptford;''arid ;is of ihe C.'-; y;fo^lowingdiinension8:vrr'; «p «KM .' ? .;;;:i,:-v ? i ".: ? ft^in^ . Length over allv. v/; ¿í . L2Í4-' Ol!, ! ;. ,_."Làùgth between p...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 2 December 1862

ABSTKAOT OF SALES ¡BY AUOUION' DUiÙ MB. 'HENRY MAURICE - At Iii« '¿and/Sale Rooms, This Daj*'.(Tuesday); immediately after fte£tnf»i4inatioa',ráAó(mrats' . ,in. AUcb,': Powell, Mary, and Maud'strcots, North .Grafton ;? Allot 1 ments^in Conon'nod' Skinner'streets, South > v G-i-aftoiJ. ¡ Allotments nt Carr'B Creek ¡ 'Farm with ' ^improvements "at . Ulmarra; Farra " nour Mr., >Avet*'si North'Grafton ¡-Farm, 52 acresí At the (Royaylofil, atáw'olockj Horses. MR.'THQMAâi BAWDEN.-At TuttersoU's Horse ' 'Repository, Von 1 Monday next, ut'll' o'olook Horses. ',' Y /. ^} "?. O THU PASTOBAX.''-'GnAnoÉ''OP''TUB". Cn.AnE.vcic ;ItivEit DISTEICT,-Tho induction of-:-.'tho ' Rev. Allan- MOntyrév to ' the pastoral cha rge- of ? ilio Clarence River district; to winch locality K» hf.* benn callqd,(tpok pince in the.Prw- ChárÓh, "W&t Voitland):'ón;afó^^ *ilk.wiiig .'gentleman formad'tho'-'f'sëdorunt " ..^.Aiiúfale» : Revs. \yvBain (moderator),.T. Culloch (elovk}, A. Cameron',' it.. Gordon...

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

SIX-ROOMED HOUSE TO LET, taslc fullyHnid out, witb.flowei\gardcivsituat('. in Alice-street, r on-ti&o Racecourse/ \iith well of ¡excellent/.vvmer,/jand good:. VA D DOCK planted yitl/fruítítrees. lient, ¿MO per . annum. J -^fpniy i at .nhc'-ExAMixi'.R Office; or to Mp> CARROLL,' on thc premises. ?ITT ANTED,' n.tliPvough good'GENER VI; V SERVANT//*'' a competent pen on good wages'will bf jr ¡fen.. .Apply to »M-rs* WILLIAM rGpapEY, Prince-street, Grafton. \- -- '1 1 WANTED\by, I^LOYAIENT or any like capaeit' Address A. B., Êx Advertiser, 35M-; ítíieiv as-j Storcman,,. dereferences, &c. BU, Oí WANTED, twoCAÉPMTERS and n STONE MASON#none but good workmen need apply, t/ ' D. MO YE/, tiper, Bacot/fstrcet, Grafton. WANTED, -FENCE11&, to* put upi about 2D0 rod offSyfajyence,,-in tho. immediate neighborliond/ofTforth Grafton Apply'to'Mi\ THOMA» FISHER: Tattersall's Horso Repository, .:','.:...!; : .Grafton. »Tl II IS ESTABLISHMENT 'will he found upon inspection to b...

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

'TUESDAY,. DECERÍBER'2,/,1862.; . WE/congíatulate Úic Clarence; .SteanrYNa 'vigat|ortàCôrnÇanyAÙpro at Sydney of the Ague 3 Irving," steam- ship, and hope sue may prove as-profitable |b*tft"§ô^^ the dis ^tr'iÈt ïs the. pthcr. vessels -, have doné; ?, lier jirrjyaL is opportune, ¿ .as¡ : we . .may.-.. expect ^soo]j ta hdve her on thejberth to ¡supply,the phícé pf ;.tlíe" " UraraJV; which- is ¡.reported , ^-be'peWauenttyrtakch/. off 'the .Clarence trade,'"and ^likely to become the property bf another company.. >? . The recent losses pf tliat.company cannot but be deprecated byiithe whole colony-BR a very serious loss to the whole .community;' norean the t Clarence Company be fairly charged with blame for rendermg what, .as- sistance it could, m another company's, emergency. Itmay,.however,"bjet.a.:qpcs-j' tioii whether the permanent removal ot-órn* ; of the bçstboats from-;th"e.'district ia either judicious ôn thc part of the company or fair to the district itseli. t '.ii Norone. q...

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

SKIPPIKO IHtELUGENSE. ! * AHRrVAIiS. November 25. - Grafton («.), 400 tons, i ~0apfc»in H. Greer,'fVom fîyrluev 22nd instant. I j'asspngera-r-Miss lîatchfihi, He.v. AV*. Fidler,. Mr, "W. Shoveller, and"8 in the steerage.. .. ; I «November, 27. - Perseverance,. schooner, 70 tons, Captain Sykesj from Sydney .18th instant. W. Kircííner, agent. December 1. - Grafton (s.), 400 tons, Captain Creer, from Sydney 29th ultimo. Passengers-Miss Liviugstone, Captain. Hill, P.M.', Messrs. Gibson, Barker, M'Dougall, Devonald, aud 20 in-the steerage. . .

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

II.??E.'i.-Sf N. STEAMSHIP " RO^' (Wednes SHER,'Agent. ?KT OTICE TO -L*-Th fllPPERS.; __ -The Ci and/R. R. S. N. Sompaiiyhavmg chartered th/Urara to the. i A.i S. N. ¡ Company^ the /trips of the i I». , G RAB TON, ''dtirihg'' th6 currera momh wdl he as under. :- \+±s il ? .?. -u ' ''Leave Graftonfor S/picy every WED-; | FESDÄY -MORNINGTat, daylight ; and,; I / Sydney for, Graftop direct, every SATUR- DAY AFTERNOON, n, TILMOUTH P; DYE, Secretary, ri '?For' Rockham/ton. THE' PINE /AST. SAILING^ _.Scho/ner ELIZABETH,1* Captain Smith, willfàavamor Rockhampton on or about the! NWL December, - intending] passengers must; make jm early - application i tO'T' !:¿ ! nfiiiHHWH'; i.'-nr- .'.'.." ).".w-y'¡-;: , }V;.l¡'.¡ - . W.-' KIRCHNER- Factory? ; I WANTED,' for 'thre Bréakw*er?Woiks, T " . Clarence * Riwer/ Heals, . ' ???? Good NAVVIES'and QUApYMffiN. Apply on1 ¿he Works;'t : i.. "07"ANTED,, either ají in/oor^pr outdoor APPRENTICE t/thctfinsmiths' Trade. , Apply tcN&/W*SÍ WHITE, Prin...

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LATER FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 December 1862

LATER EKÓM AMERICA. IntóUig"orice';from Npw York to the 27th of 'September, hqs been ' received in Melbourne, via California.í,: ; ;.:;..v-» The Confederates are said/to have been ^defeated in several engagements, and to have boen driven btick into"Virginia by the Federal* ,whq\vvei'e^n pjln^uit. * The Southern ^generals admit losing 30,000 men ;sinco entering Maryland. ,. - The Gbvernpfs:'óf the ? several .. Northern States had met in convention at "Washington, arid.had agreed to resolutions; binding them to suppbrtthe constitution, arid also President lincoln's schemeifor tho emancipation of the slaves,; "..;' V':'".;'.-;' .'? > .?

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RUMOURED CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 December 1862

RÏÏMOUHBD CESSATION OP HOSTI- LITIES. ' .Br the HOIÓÍBO, from' San 'Francisco, vrtùoh arrived .this.evening,' wo havo nowa from. Now York tö tho 10th . Ootobor.. ., i ' ' ' \ .' I '' ; . : '!Adospat'oh to tho Californian Pren states-"-.' It U rumoured that negotiations aro pending for a'cessation of tho war-^that Federal Commissioners, hayo offerod toBuspond hostilities, providod that Tennossee, Ken» tuoky^andMaryland bo rotained by tho Fbdoral Go- vernment who would guarantee that slavory would not bo intorfercd'with in flies» States" *..:> ? GouoralLee had objootod toioin General Bragg. . . JNOWB had boen roooivod at Washington that Morgan was again'itaoving. northward, and on tho * 39th Sop» tombor, 2O,0PO troop? wera ^espatchod to interoopt him, . >" \ « f\ '>, ' Tho authorities bf Maryland ljavo thankod M'Qcllan for expelling tho Cdnfcdaratcs from that State. :. , A bill had passod tho Oonfodprato Congress authori- sing tho issuo of ooppor ooinogo of 6, 10, arid 25' co...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 December 1862

'-? ^ 'V - . . Üftance jtnîr gicjjinoulr ^_- feuimiciv... . ' .¡J'UTUESDAY/.DECEMBER 9, 1862. .? . ... ??< . i ..;'??> ?.;;;-...?]>...' ? ' ? 1 ? - ?' ; , ..--ti.'ft...L^ifiM? '{go'" v;.y?-vi .,.:vn:;i: i '. "-;'THE Wsoárdlies^óF'antiqnâHèW?%a''tti^èbn^' ' .^.j^'Inféíil^^tí.raóiontB wore much more Bcrùpulbu<B''iQh^'the cleanliness; of the -body - thani'the-mottbrnsVre! tho'.'bath ^appears; tb . ? have Been with.them a sine gxta non, To secure. , ;this appanagOj^of comfort and .convenience . . no trouble-was thought too. greatr-^no ex f,i;((pen.B.e .'.of^construction ¡too; ;C0Btly. ,The j.;, njoderns^ave buti rocontly. directed their at ¡H. .teytiohj to: this. ;.whoiesome&, practice, - and v],.;^WW'iW^#tó\CÍtié8! in'.th'e bid" country wtóch .tiUirecently were J~ 'íópnthMr^^^vnOTrl generÜlty $oàat of . -°' iheirwa:^ ^g^tóyyil'^.fflb^retís^n'aDle''' times a constant i; fsupplyiüf ¡TUAE WXTE'BÍ in which all coiners . i1 <iimay. wach anä...

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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. THE GRAFTON POST OFFICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 December 1862

ORIGINAL; CORRESPONDENCE. OTO" 'columns' 'aro'open to all writers who refrain. ' from the nae of virulent language br personalities ; but wo ovo not '.responsible for opinions ox-, pressed. ? ? ? . , ''A.w. ïK<--4-~-'.: .". i! THE GRATTON POST OFFICE. . TO THE EDITOR OP-TUE EXAMINBll. PlB,j-I'aro:grcä}ly ntaioss to understand tho conduct of our Postmaster, ^liia Vening, in withholding tho letters till tp-Jnorrowv¡ tlio sfonmcr'arrived in plenty of time for' sorting and doliyofy of tho mail. Such an unwarrantable display of officialism onght not to he allowod to pass over. I Wild suggest that a publie meeting be held to reportólo same to Govern- ment, and momomlise Governmont to;romovo without delay both Postmaster, and Post Office. 'I cneloso my name, and romain,. . \v ? , \ . Yours, .voy.truly, ._ '" . v .'.'.. A' SUBSCRIBER. ' Grafio», Monday Evomng. 1

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 December 1862

GRAFTON POLICE "COURT; h . . FRIDAY. ' _ BEFORE Mr. A. lardner, J;P, . - i ? CATTLE STEALING,V . John Harrison, of "WolhyClarenco River HeadB, appeared before the Bench, pursuant to remand to answer the charge of stealing one white bulloc!*branded TR' near ? rump; the property of E. M. Byan, of ¿Waterview. Francis Baunan doposod : That Mr; J?. Eyan was in tho habit, of bringing -1 in bullocks for the prisoner to slaughter ; :tho bullocks were brought in by MrYF. lfcan, who on delivery.! igets a receipt ; or^ theVlst September, tho i bullock in question- _ wak brought, in,and leaped the fence beforo theVocoipt was given ; on the 5th he was dmen iu'with some work- ing bullocks by. Mr. ^Laycock, »and slough tored by Harrison ; tome time after he called Mr: Evan's attention to tho'jmatter ; there i was no 'one'present 'but -himself 'and the Ïris'onor' '? when1 the ? boast was slaughtered, ly Mr. Barker : Two'bullocks were brought' in hy Mr. F. Ey an on tho . 1st September ; he knew the ...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 December 1862

3?.REE -S EJECTION.. : J. r . ^THÜBSDAT, DECEMBER áiir. - ' ' . ' -Oolra' .MíMillan, ^Ulranrro^.lpO aoros, county of .Clarence, pariskof ;\V^oodfolrd, on Woodford Island,! :odjoiniiig.Andcraon's Belcotion, being No.'118, lot 33 .of -sale at 'Grafton,''SUptemKer'82nd, ,1862,' having, 'frontogo -.to :Olarenco. iB'vcr,, nearly. oppoB'to . tho Broadwater. . ' Alexander M'CaUam, Elverston, .Grafton, SO Aero«, : bounty of Clarence, parish bf 'Ulmarra, on tho left hank of tho Coldstream Eiver, being portion 236, immediately abovo the mouth of SvveoHoy'ß-Croek. . . ' Area- Bclcotcd, 150 aorcs.j .dopositj £37- 10s.

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CRICKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 December 1862

\ CRICKET. :. : i ' ,A: TO THÉHEDITOB Ol? THE EXAMINER« '. Slit,-pearly Bovert, mollis, httvo , expired sinco tho lastga&o ofVorioket.aft,Grafton,,and no moyo fo justify ono/inoxpootibg tüht'ibero will be another. Havo you oàught ' a jflimpso /recently of any of tho Grafton oricketors, or linvo they desortod thia part, of tho antipodes ? I trustVot s I know that: thore aro. still eomo few on tho outskirts of South Grafton, and thosa few aro numboïed among tho' best oricketera on tho Claroneo. Wilcox,' for instance, who ia romark-i oblo for his suporior excellence in Holding and bowling, but ospooially tho former. Many wolf merited on ooniums havo .been paid to tho magnificent display of fielding whieh ho has occasionally put forth in-past matohes. ."! consider.him'tho best genoral player- that I know on tho Olaronoo ; then thore aro Messrs. W. Devlin and G.^Anchwsón (who'áro still" living within easy distanoo $f. Grafton)-Hliey aro both good playersfànd tho'láttorvwith, plón...

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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