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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. ON Tuesday'last, a'salo of Government land toole place at tho Court House, Grafton. Tho atteudanco waa small and tho bidding slack. Tho following is a list of tho lots sold and the námes'bf llie purchasers : \ HARWOOD ISLAND. Lot ir, 88 ncros, portion 88-John M'Lauckkra, Ulmarra. *«?"? Lot M, 40 ocreB, portion 03-E. Hi Powoll, Richmond Eivor.^ 'Lot y, 25 aoroB, 2 roods, portion. 100, E. It. Powoll, Eichinoud Eivor. .Lota, 25 noros, 2 roods, portion 110-E.. E. Powoll, Eiokmond Eivor. * i \ GIIKAT.MARLOW! .: ". Lot vu{ 2 roods, portion 0, section 00, Pordi nand Scmpp, Grafton, ^ Lot vv, 2 roods; portion 7, Boction 00, A. Roths- child, Grafton. ' ' ' . Lot ww, 2roodsj.portion8, sootion 00. Eliza botih Millor, Grafton. Total result of sole, £158 10a. j Deposit paid, £88 10s. A minor was killed -yostorday, at New- castle. - .. ' ' ? OPENING OP TUE, TELEOHAPJI LINE - : Tho telegraph office, Graftonjunder tho super intondence of.Mossrs. Nunn and Smithers, is now open,...

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EXCURSION TO THE HEADS IN THE "AGNES IRVING." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

EXCURSION TO THE HEADS IN THE " AGNES IRVING." ON Thursday last, a largo nttmber assembled onboard tbis fine ship attracted thither by au ' invitation issued by tho... directora. At tho hour named 8 a.m. ; tho ship left Fisher's 'Wharf, calling at South Grafton, Ulmarra, hud Lawrence,, and by the time tho vessel reached the\ lleads, there could not havo been less thau between í500 and COO persons oh board. ' It was understood that, tho company would not be landed, but that ample proVisiöu would be made to dine all on the ship ,\aud: tho'quantity of eatables on board clearly indicated such wastheintention. How tho arrangements were carriod out, aro well known to all who .were present, and we cannot conceive how tho directors, armed, as '£nl5y\ w'ëreY did not take . some stops td put a stop to'such a sceno as the cabin of the " Agnes Irving " presented on that occasion. The cabin was on this, her first visit to the district, turned into a "floating grog shop," whero nil wore allowed t...

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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 HOSPITAL CEREMONY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. / - . . ? Ooo' columns Sro opon to all writors who rofrain from tho uso of virulont lançungo or porsonalitios ¡ -. but wo aro not. rospqnsiblo for opinions ex- pressed. . . ??; ? --y-: ' . \ THE HOSPITAL CEREMONY. TO THE EDITOB OP TUB EXAMINER. . Sin,-I 'Lato humbug, and religious humbug most impatiently of all; Thora is a saying, " that though a man should takea\horso to wator, yet has he no power to rñalco him^drinlc." So thought I, when at tho .hospital-ceremony last Tuosday, it was assayed to moko us pray, Easy enough it may be to make a man remove his hat,'not so easy tho attempt to moko ' him bow himself in prayer. "NOT TOÔ IÏUOH OP ANYTHING," has lonç hoen my philosophy of lifo, Though in tho spirit of thom our lives may well bo a ceaseless litany, yot may thoy not bo an ondlosa litanying. Tho monks'say, " work is prayer j " DY EVERY NECESSITY, -RESrOlp) MEN'S TBUEST SENTIMENTS. What then becomes of tho ungenerous insinuation, of tho Rev. A. Selwyn, t...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

GKAFTO]s£pOLICE COÜKT. BEFORE Captain Hill, 'P.M., Messrs. W. Small, E. Bligh, S.. Avery, !\V. llobertson, and W. A. B. G-rbaves, J.P.'s. Charles M'Cullóch taken into'custody for. drunkeuness.and disorderly conduct at tho Prince of "Wales Hotel, and for assaulting tho constable,in tho execution of 'his': duty, was brought up and sentenced to two months hard labour, being well known to tho police as a drùnkard.and.vory' quarrelsome person, .having souio'timo buck boon brought' bofore tho Beuch for a similar offence. :

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

LATEST IÑTBLLIGrENCE. Sydney, Friday'-afternoon.. ' ABETIAIDE.-O ur telegram states that Mr. 'Stuart has returned, haring reached the ' Indian'Ocean hetween Point Hotham - and .the Alligator EwoiV travelled along the-banlcs of the river aihundred and thirty miles, and *; found ifc^n soino places seven furlongs brand. >Ho reports some splendid country,',with plenty of rüuning water. _ . Stuart's party arc all well, at Lewis's station / Mouut Margaret, tho farthest out. station ;in tho north-western district, distant from ^Glen's, about.200 miles. . Thère is dissatisfaction at the misapplica- tion of our, contribution towards the Lan- cashire .Pund.'-beiug devoted to educational 'and other extraneous purposes. The Governor prorogues Parliament to- morrow. : , Tho oscorts havo brought down 5611 ozs. .of gold.v, . ' ' Oft /Zii'that Mr. Windèyor.is to be appoin- ted District^udgb.;/ Mr. Parkes will refuse ^any ^public . appointment! Dr. Wilson has ibeon namod for inspoctpr of pris...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

. F BEE SÈ'liÈOTIONv ' . TituBSDA.y, . DEOEMBEU¡ 18TÍI.,\' Thomas (Ádara8, 40 uotos, county, of i Ola'ronco, parish of Luwronco,' civtho loft bank of. Clarence , River,.» fow, chains abafo tho.mouth of tho' Broad- water, r. \- , . ?". Abrali-Joseph Brown, Forty's Crook, Grafton, 50' aeros, county of ? Oldrorioc, on Porty's Creek, a creek onHho Now lino,of. road ;froin; Grafton to Tenterfield, rwolvc milos from' Grafton. Area selected, 90 acres j doposit, £22 103.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ? . ' DElíABTUBES. - December 17. - Grafton (s.), 210 tous, 'Captain Haides, for Sydney. Passenger .Mr. II. Barker. ?>.' ; r ' . Deeomber '19.-Afínes Irving (e.), 400 tons, . Captain II. Creer, for Sydney. Passengers -Hon. C. Komp and sor'vant, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. 0. Moore, Mr. Devonald, Captain Dye, ' and several in the steerage.

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

' ?:.-* KIOIIMOND UIVER. ' ABMVAI. . . December 10.-Pioneer, from Brisbane. PKFAKTURES. . Deccmbor 7.-Josephine, for Melbourne. ? December 8.-Jane, for Newcastle. 'Captain Williams, late of the schooner JtodnclcDhu, has been appointed to the com .mand .of tho Bed Jacket in the place of Cap- tain Cox', ,who. was drowned during tho lost -voyage of the lied Jacket from Sydney. ^ ..The lied Jacket; schooner, 91 tons, Captain ^Williams, sailed for tlio Richmond River,' in b'àllaW on December 18th.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

."DIOR SALE, several YOJflNG BULLS, by the imported JfiviM" Gold Jacket," -" Emperor,'.' and "j^ottgiy.'' For terms, apply to WILL&3)£f SMALL,; Swan Creek. :.. PURE BRED DURHAM BULLS, Just landed ex " Jason." THE UNDERSIGNED has for ; SALE -, two magnificent SHÄRT HORN BULLS, from the gbek m the^"cminent Lrceder Robert Boom? Esq ¡ thjny months' old, and in splendid condition-price 180 GUINEAS EACHT / ^ ?^g6 Pedigrees o£r these bulls can be seen on application at thc EXAMINER Office, Grafton. * II. S. GIBSON, 253-Castlereagh-street, Sydney; STATION. SUPPLIES, . ; "ALWAYS Á D EX!/, À I . Congou ? Teas. '....Oilmen's. Stor Java Sugars _TIDSWELL,0 .\ Mar and CO., Sydney. X*à REWARD.-STRAYED, from the j Racecourse, about six weeks ago, one BAY HORSE, sta/ on forehead, branded RD near saddle ; one BAY white legs, brandj on near shouldcj each horse will MB;DAVÏDSO] JOHN DRAP WD under | HORSE, oler. E reversed A reward of £1 for paid on delivery to Travellers' Rest j or to Racecours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

TA'ÑTED a^emalf-G^foERAL SEE VANT ; tyo a/tMuBugb. LgooA., ser- ^ vant, tho wages.wüküu lö/per week. Also a i 'GIRL,, as NUBSBiL (Apply to Mrs. W., GREGORS^ Priq^reot^ Grnfton.^, ., j 'AN TED a felinl o/*E It VANT. For address applYal/u/mpbcll's Furnístí ing Depot. * 1WO CARPÍN^ÍIRS WANTED. - Apply to M/ MINNON, Kilmory, Ulmarra. / / 7 " ¿"1RICKETING. ^ tlemcn favour a " Cricket Club ' day) EVENIN Victoria-street, aft y p are invited to amend A MEETING of gen- tile ! formation of hold THIS (Tues io Cricketers' Arms, ,'wlhen' all intoiosted JOHN GILMORE. PHOTOGRAPHY, AND FINE ARTS. "'. . fi WAGNER having arrived from Syduey, begs b infornf thc public in general, that until his very.ycommodioiiH slcjr light in Prince-street,' neírt to Freo Trade. Ilall is completed,/whiey is to be shortly after Christmas) ífe is jmepared to execute' portraits, enamored (caftodibtypes' on' glass, coated with ambre varjojfs/i)and on paper, tho lnttor highly artisticnM .coloured if roquirod. Cards do vis...

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THE DIRECTORS' INVITATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

.Mil? DIRECTORS' INVITATION. ' TO Titi! EDITOR OF, THE EXA..MINEU. . I Sm,-AB ona'of,the Bbipper* and consignees I invited lo join in tho sxouraion to tho Heads, on - board tho G. and lt. B. S. N.; Company's iino new slammer Agnen. Irving', on Thursdaylost, will you allow *ino, I brough ! tho medium of your valuabln journal, tiunako a< lbw.; eoi|imenta upriri "tho coudiict of tho Directore w.& subordínalos on ¡hat occasion. \. \Y . J , . ? ..;'An;l'ilrst, T wouldst in it( usual upon such occasioud lur tho ownçrs\tn allow, their magnifi- cent saloons-lo bo conyolitod into floating- tap rooms ? If it is, I uni^pertain that respectable persons will hositato be/ore again accepting an mvitationfor their " wives,, nm! faniilios," moro especially as tho sanctity of tho ladies1'cabin did not prevent its invasion by hall' intoxicated- men, to tho total exclusion of idelicato females. ' Again -an-?excellent spread-.was provided by tho Company's chief steward, but no announc...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

ULMARRA.               [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] VOLUNTEERS—On Monday evening last our quiet little parish was thrown into a state of unusual excitement by the repeated dis- charges of the rifles of our Ulmarra Volunteers, who under the command of Captain Greaves, assisted by sergeant McCormick were being drilled to their heart's content—The various evolutions of the manual and platoon exercises were performed in a very creditable manner, taking into consideration the important fact that several months have passed since our branch of the corps last met for drill, and be it remembered their rifles have had but the one chance, the evening referred to, in which to form an acquaintance with the powder. However we do not pass an unmerited com- pliment, when we say that they acquitted them- selves well—and for the future we hope to be able to report something about a weekly drill, which if continued...

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE GRAFTON HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

LAYING- THE FOUNDATION-STONE OE THE GEAETON ; -HOSPÍ.ÜAL. TnE ceremony of laying th* foundat\m stone of the Grafton Hospital,'according to an- nouncement took place on.' Tuesday last, on the site granted hy Government,1)eauti fully situated in Queen-streot,. on Alumny Creek. The projoct mooted some twelve mouths since, has from its commencement, received our'utmost support, and by its fre- quent meetings been almost weolriy brought under the notice of our readers ; and wo think, that tho thanks af the community are especially due to Mrs. Jones.fortier un tirmg perseverance iu collecting set. largely for this good work; and. to tho com- mittee who have laboured BO assiduously, in working out the necessary details, tho funds for which have been liberally supplied from every class aud from all parts of tho district ; and the want of BUCII nn institution, as is about to beoreqted in our midst is freely ad- mitted by all. O wing to the ùusettled state of theweathciy the intentions of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

1_E ^ .^iiiíbuii4U&-«ihabítnftk-of Ggiftojs,-tlîat-he, lias chartered- the ?Steiuaor, for nn EXCURSION UP THE El VER, ON^^tf -^-Jl-Q .X JLJHL-flyL TKA.X^ ? ; be lost: -. r!Hu/^lráar]^milllaiwo 'th? Talbot.' Hoad Hom "Wharf at if o'cloA^retumiiig at ,0 p.m. /4liisic jffôvïdaa for aimcing on the groen/ refreshments/ of all kinds to be. had/onboard, at numerate charges. A BALL AO SUPPER in the EVENING-, included rin thc day's amusement, FREE OP CHARGE. 0. R. L. confidently hopes that all his friends will meet, to make.a merry day of it. Tickets; ,4s. each ; Children, h»lf price/ TALBOT HEAD HOTEL. ? . ? ? ? ? ? ? Steam to Sydney. rj} HE C. q/d' ^ C0'S/ST¿ G R A F jT O for SYDNEY,. TO-MOMO) .day) MORNING, atdayiigh/ THOMAS FISHER, Agent. OTICE TO SHIPPERS.1 _ -Thc C. an¿ R. R. S; N. Company -having chaptered/ic Urara to the A. S/N. .vCompan/ th/ trips of the G R JyF WO N, during .the current n»nth will, be under :- U . "Leave Grafton for Sydney every WED- NESDAY MORNIW, at dayli...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 December 1862

Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1862. THE events which mark the epochs of social progress and shape the destinies of a people, are frequently undemonstrative. They pass   without notice, scarcely deemed worthy of       observation. Our quiet town has been the scene of two occurrences duriug the past week, both of which are of importanco to   the whole district, and well worthy of recog-   nition and record in a public journal.     The arrival of the Agnes Irving, dressed   out in her best for the occasion, accompanied with all the accessories of pageantry, is such     an event that we need not wonder at the place she occupied in the public mind, or at the intense desire which prompted the hun- dreds of our population to avail themselves of the facilities offered by the Company, in the shape of a trip to the Heads on Thur...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [W. H. HOLMES.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ' ' ' . I . 'WHOLESALE. . [\V',\ll. HOLMES.] Maize-5s" 3d to 5s^Gd pcr'bushel, dull Wheat, 6s 8d to 53'Jd pei-buBbcl, acareo Biirlrj-ii to 5s per bushel. ITny, Income, £0 10s to £7 j oaten, £C to £7. Fowls, 4s to 4s 3d j dueles,' 4s to 4s 3d ; gcoso, 8s to Os ¡ turkeys, 8s lo IGa *por pair ; eggs, ls to ls 3d par dozon. Bacon, 8d to Öd per lb. . Cheese, Od to lOd per lb., very acaree. Culvos, each, 15s to £110s. Bran, ls Gd lo ls Od Onions-10s to 18s por owl. Potatoes. 10s to 12s ' , ' ïlour, óil'ii 10s to ¿15 per lon Market and Sussox Btrcets, Sydnoy, Dccombcr 27th.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

Decorator 19íhf- Callender, for Sydnoy. DESPATCH. - The Grafton, munder tho command of Captain Maides arrived yester- day, afc 440 p.m. rather unexpectedly, having lei fc Sydnoy, on' Saturday evening, at G"15 p.m. Sho left Grafton on Thursdnry, on her downward trip, and has only been absent from port four days ; sho arrived iii Sydney at 1 a.m. on Saturday; was discharged, loadod, coaled, and>sailod again at 615 .p.m. tho samo;ovcñing, and crossed tho bar at 10'45 on Monday morning. We have much pleasure in wishing Captain Maides, con- tinued success in his trips, and although rather unfortunate in his previous voyages, thoro can bo no doubt from Mr. Maides' long experioncb in tho tradothat ho is justly entitled to tho promotion lately conferred on him, and fully able to discharge the duties that in futuro will devolve" upon him.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

--- [THOMAS TBATpiDEN.] I have to report a fair amount of business transactions during tho past week. . Horses,-I havo sola during tho week a few hoad, afc from £10 to £10 per hoad. îlaizci-I havo bought a small lot at 4s. 5d. In otlior articles, there is no alteration. Titojus BAWDEN, auctioneer and broker, land, (dook, anil Ronoral commission ogont, Booms, Grafton, December 29th.

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

KO T IC B3. \ Our subscribers' are informed that subscrip- tions for thc past quarter, are now due ¡and a settlement of the same is respect-. .. Jully solicited. .

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

terence aub §ic|inonb . feuninw, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1863. - 'TIIK present issue is tho last number, pf the : -year 1802^ the events and incidoncica of which ,wo have weoldy striven to record for tho be-, nofit of - pur numerous and increasing list of -subscribers. We need not say that this con- tinued support has been during tho year our .constant and unwearied object. Wo rejoice . in the, ..eontiuued 'progress of the district, linder whoso auspices wo sail, and . although . wo do noAt presume to bo so egotistic as to claim credit for that progress, wo do .think-that the position which wo occupy in relation to the liousoholds bf tho district, and tho wide cir- culation out of it, wc may lay claim to tho credit of that portion of success which is the result of publicity. . Publicity, we apprehend, ia the pocuh'ar provinco of the Press, and it best fulfils its ends when it furnishes in its issues tho mind aud activities of tho district to which it be . IOURS, and the most salient p...

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