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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

GRAFTON POLICE^ COURT r ; ; . - MONDAY. \ 'V BISFORE tho Polico Magistrate «nil Mr. .W. B. Bayldon, .T.P. "John Williams was brought up in custody, charged with drunkenness nnd( disorderly conduct; and having Vploadod guilty was fined 20s., or tho alternativo of forty-eight I hours in Grafton gaol. '* Before Mossrs. Lardner and "WÏ Small, "TJEjrrSTKll V, KMLY. I ' ' This was a ehargo undor tho Master and Servants' Act, and the only ouo on tlioRlieot. Dofendaut did not appear, nud tho scrvico of tho summons.having been provod, a warrant was directed to issue for his'apprehension. I : . - . '? - ,'\ i BiiEOTOJiAT, Rou*-Tho applications for collecting tho Electoral roll-were opened by Messrs. AV. Small and S. Avery, J.P.'s, at the Court IIouso on Saturday 'last. Thoro wore five applicants, and tho following ac- cepted :-Eor No. 1, or TTppor Clarance Mr. Ramsay ; . No. 2, or Lower -...Clarance, Mr. W. H.'Hughos; No. 3, Central-Mr. A. Lardner.

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS!'.' December 23. - Grafton (s.), 240 tons, Captain Maides, from Sydpoy 20th .instant,. Passengers-Mrs.' and Miss Nunn, Miss Scrutton, Mrs. and Miss Shearer, Miss Buchanan, Mr. Bryce, Masters. Bundock (2)i, and 21 in tho steerage. ír' Docembor 20.-Grafton (s.), 240 tous, Captain Maide?, from Sydnoy 27tb instant. Passengers-Miss Rothery, Miss Atkinson, Messrs. Marsh, Finlay, Devonald, Rothery, and 21 in tho steerage.

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

' KIOEMOND,RIVER. I December 17fcli.-Black Diamond, from Sydney. í «! - "; . December 18th.-Comraorco from Sydney. December lOtb.-Bed Jackofc, from .Bris- bane. .

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

DEPARTURE. ... ' Decombor 25. - Grafton (s.), 240 'tons, Captain Maides, for Sydnoy. : Passengers .Messrs, Barron, Adams, and eight in tho steerage. . ,.\ .

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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. A WORD ABOUT THE GRAFTON PUNT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. _--y--. 1 Ou» ooltunns furo open to nil writota wlio rofmin from" ibo uloof virulorit language or personalities;, but'-wo ato not,>rc9ponsiblc for ^opinions ox-1-, pressed. V \' * H^T*"- \ A WORD ABOUT TIIE G-BAFTON PUNT. TO TIIE llDITOB OB- TUB EXAMINE!!.; Sin,-I beg mos$'ospootful(y, through tho medium of tho press to coll attention to tho woy in which tho punt now plying bclwcpn North and South Grafton is carried out. I'L"-_-,' lt will bo in tho recollection1 of many, that after considerable timo omi trouble was taken lo obtain a punt, tho Government was at length" pleased to placo a cortain amount at tho disposal of th,a Municipal Council to construct one, who naturally expected after .taking all tho trouble of doing so, und miking roads good to tho approaches, it wotdd bo vested in (heir hands for tho benefit of tho Municipality; but thos Governmontlhought otherwise, osithcy'slilli continuo^* to hold it, in defiance of tho just claims of tlio Couneir...

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THE ADVANTAGES OF THE GRAFTON ROAD OVER THE MAITLAND ROUTE TO NEW ENGLAND. From the Armidale Express. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

THE' AÖYA^TAGBS OP THE GRAF- TON,BOAB O VEE THE MAITLAND EOUTE 'TO VNEW ENGLAND. From t1ie\Ärmuhh Uxqress. IT is too frequently argued in tho Assembly j that monoy should only bo spont upon ono main lino connecting au important town in ¡ tho interior with a sea or river port. Had I this idoa been carried out, Now England in a dry season would have been,rather awk- wardly, placed. tLongVgo we advocated a liberal expcnaitiiro upon the line between j ArniidaloJnud ^raftou^ajid the good results of this have bqenunnnifcsfc for years. They aro particularly nofciceablo during tho prosont season. Had wo been doponding solely on the'Maitland line, many articles would by "this timo havo boon exceedingly high priced in Now England, if procurable in sufficient quantity nt any price. Last wook tho Messrs. M'Lonnan, who reside upon tho -.Clarence 'lino, arrived at Armidale with a nùmbor of drays ladon for Mossrs. Mooro\and Co. They had only been sixteen days from Grafton, and had " spelled " thro...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

ADSTBÁOT Ol? SALES BY'ATJ0TI02T DUH - - ma THE WEEK.- : MR. HENRY MAURICE-Afc tho Royal Hotel, Yards, This Day, afc 2 o'clock, Horses. MU. THOMAS BAWDEN - At Tattersall'* - Hotel, on Monday, at ll o'clock, Horses. Oun MAHKET TELuanAîts. - Wo aro again disappointed innot receiving tho latest market quotations. Last week they roached us at mid-day on Tuesday, which necessi- tated our! issuing slips. Mr. Nunn kindly attended after ..hours yesterday evening, to endeavour to procuro\tho information, but could got no '^answer from tho station Blaster at Tenterfield^ although he had been made aware à Press inessago was expected through} in accordance witli latost advices received by tho steamer. MOUE EOTEHPBISE.-We have received by post, a copy of a very useful little book Mr. W. B. Campbell's Presentation Almanac, for 1868. It contains 194 pages of really useful information, which no colonist should bo without. It requires to bo seen and woll oxaniincd to be thoroughly appreciated ; and t...

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

. MONDAY, . Biîi'onE tho Police Magistrate. ' "William Espió, charged with druukcnnoss and disorderly cöndiict in tho public streets, was dismissed with a caution. BEltPBTEB T. KELLT. Tin's was au adjourned case from Friday, | undor the Master and Sor vants' Act, for ab- sconding from, hired service.. . Mr. E. A. Dempster proved that Kolly was his hired Borvant j that ho left his work and was ab- sent nil day on Thursday ; but returned in tho evening. .... He -believed defendant intended to kaye his employment; -lie also induced his! wife Í9 leave. Henry Lambton corroborated Mr. Demp- ster's evidencoX James ..Morton swore that ho ; met Kelly ou tho road>. leading from the lîctreat Statíón,ho enquired ;of him whore he was"goiug<i; he\undcrsiopdKelly to say ho was leaving.-' Kelly, in clefehco,; said, he only left to post some loiters, awl on his rotura finding his wile had left, ho went after her to persuado her to return ; he did not ask leave, as Mr. Lambton waa in ch...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

BIRTHS.         CAMPBELL—On the 24th instant, at her resi- dence, Clarence Villa, Hunter's Hill, Mrs. W. B. Campbell, of a son. CHAPMAN—On the 20th instant, at her resi- dence, Victoria-street, Grafton, the wife of     Mr. John E. Chapman, of a daughter. DEATH.         SHOVELLER.—On the 25th instant, Eva Rosa Jane, the infant daughter of Mr. William Shoveller, of North Grafton, aged 12   months.

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

JAMES. GENERAL "'.Liv «BA I Lift E, SMITH, All orders punctually Wended to, and at V, »!*;' -; prices stríctly^niódcrate. -V ' Agent for tho "Examiner." ^ í?OR SALE, several YOUNG BULLS, by the importjStf bMsi fi Gold Jacket," ^Emperor," an^r^Lffttery.";, Poi'.- terms, apply to WILLLjM SMALL, Swan Creek. PURE BRED DURHAM BULLS, Just.landed ex " Jason." THE. UNDERSIGNMhas for SALE twd^v'mágñM^t^I^Tí::.:HORN BULLS, from* tli^¡8fo/Kv,"o^?5thc eminent breeder R¿bci¡j^otb/Esjgj', thirty months' old, and in ,splendid condition--price 180 GUINEAS EAGÍI. > ?? ßüP Pedigrcos. of, these bulls can be . seen "on ' ! application at the EXAMINE», Office, Grafton. II. S. GIBSON, , 253 Castleycagh-strcct, Sydney; .-«. a^m^^t^ T WHITE, CAR v . GASS. AND ^^^^g^ RETAIL BUTCHER, still i continues to supnly tlie'best/quality of BUTCHERS' MEAT, ! at 'thé following pciccs :- . / - .: Eeéfo À s. d. Prime Joints '..J.,.../. 0 3. per lb. Inferior ditto .......y....^.; 0 -2 ditto Salt ditto, cash/at . yfflo...

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

JUST ARRIVED FROM SYDNEY. ll. THOMAS. BUFF, BOOT A/# SHOEMAKER, TON, *** A-list of pi/cgÄ rfid Uic address of I the above will rçipeay in next week's | Examinar. [< \R O I C E . k LL vCA^TLïT^fS *. .-SING ou Wand, will after bo sent to the nearpsj cows or working bu fored with. Ulmarra, 22nd Decom TRESl'AS-1 on/Woodford J»wary next, Tyro or throo ll noe bó intor N F. SMALL. To Shippers, of Wool, &c. THE AUSTRALIAN JflilNT STOCK BANK, in order to offer every possible convenience to thnfi' customers, will make LIBERAL ADMNCJffi ON WOOL, &c, consigned l^wlicir Äontlon Agents. 'HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Grafton, 20th Dcccnftcr, 18G2, TO PAINTERS. rpENDERS, are ir/v/e/ for painting (he A New Building y4«fct/d by Mr. FISHER, Gor particulars a¡iply at the Post Office. TENDERS REQUpBD;for canvassing, papering, and/eWutjug Buch other REPAIRS, ns ma^e/iafoired for the Old Royal Hotel.- Viv /arlxculars apply to THOMAS BAWDlfN, Frmce-strcet. TO LET, the Old ROYAL HOTEL...

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THE COMPANY'S STEAMERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

\ ¿ TIIE COMPANY'S STEAMERS. 'S , TO/TUR XmTOÇXOV 'îïïE EUMINEtt. Sin,-I could- not liulp ndhpingY tho admirablo Uoscviplion you gave* of the Whim bf-.tho Agnes ?Irving, during her trip to thoulonü^ It was, in uced. as you tntly remarked-a^loating grog-shop, not only on that occasion, hut from tho timCof hpr arrival in Grafton until her dopartnro ; but still that is nothing new. Let any poreon go aboard the. stcimor oitlior on hör 'ari-fvblfeor ??inoro'-.aspo-, cmT^y'fe/"'níght piwious tb" ffor^îopavturo/'nhil thero/ho will bo an eye-witness of,scones that would ûisgraco tho lowest pot-houso-singing, shouting, and oven swearing, may bo hoard until vory lata hours. Now I am inlbrmod that tho liconso of tho ëtoamors only permits thom, to dis- pose of spirits! whilst they aro on thoir actual voyage, and ndfc aftor they aro moorod nlongsido of any wharf; twit tho captain, who I believe is tho rcspoiisiblo party, has no moro right to rotnil apiri'i «Mis* alongsido, flinn a publican would...

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THE MONEY ORDER SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

! HITS MONEY'ORDER SYSTEM. r TO MIE EDITOR 'OS.-inE EXAMINES. Sir,-Cnn-j you inform us how i tis, that Grafton lms boon oxcludod from tho list of towns, who uro to diijoy tho money order system ?. Surely Grafton is ns important a place as Mudgee, Parramatta, Penrith, and other liko.towns. Ought Svo not to momorializo thc Government upon tho subicct at once, - . ., i I am, Sir, yours, ftc., j . \ ? MERCATOR,

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THE HOSPITAL CEREMONY—A. YOUNG LADY'S OPINION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

THE HOSPITAL CEREMONY-A. YOUNGr LADY'S OPINION. TO TUB EDITOtt Olí HIE EXAMINEE. DÈÀit MR.-EDITOH,-What made you print (lut . horrid ;lottoí last week for that nasty; mun, 'hat signs Mmscdf^.Capivi' or soino such odious namo (Italian, rsupjMa?, for I seo ho's a foreigner by . tho funny English that howrites), - Thoso dread ful Signors thoy aro so spiteful. Do you . think ho's tho man that writes thoso shocking: jotters to poor Mrs. Bentloy, that wo heard sq Hinch about. I'm suro I don't wondor that tho poor woman wos almost crazy, if silo got -, two or throo such lotto» every weok. ' Who'wants.tomakoalloiisK di'inkP I suppose hq thought jt was spelt " HOUSE-SPITTLE," and that "setv him thinking about a- horso-KL know, when I road his:letlor it was'nt a Honsiî that I thought of-all/about work and prayer and' pio eatingisin.'-whatb.vbr that is. ; ; ? ' : My pa's a Mason, and understands all manner of mystorios/and I naked hini what it all; moant, nnd hoBaid Bosh!-andthoman.did'nfcknbw...

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THE HOSPITAL PRAYER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

'THE HOSPITAL PBAYEB, IO TUE EDITOR Oí THE EXAMINEll, Sm,-Liko your o orrospondcnt ' Audivi,' ('Eau do TÍO ' would havo boon tito moro-nppropriato signature) I bato. hiimbngr^rcligiouB humbug especially ; but Ibero ia a lmmbug moro hateful, ''mid how a days quito as common--anil that is in-roligious humbug. ¡ To every Christian, man, 'tho sight of, a miserable worm-cursed witli nh immortal soul, and despising in tile slimo of its philosophy tho guidance of tho God who inado it, miiBt bo n most painful spectadle. ' WJrilo' tho veptilo romains quiet, it is in iio way Our task to intorforo with it, othorwiso than by suoh persuasion as Christian duty mid compassion may suggest-but pity is overcomo by disgust, on beholding that ostentatious impiety which prides itself on its wickedness, as a beggar docs on his soro leg, and cannot oven crawl peaceably to damnation without a flourish of ponny trumpets and tinkottlcs boforo it. Hore wo havo ono who will neither pray himself nor allow other...

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

Steam to Sydnes G R/Ä F T/ for SYDNEY, TO-M0RRQW-{WcÄ| dayy MORNING] at/aylight, - *~;A%f 'THOMAS EISHER,>Agen^ï * TMTOTICB TO SHIPPERS. _-^1-The C. and R. It. S. N. Company, having chartered the Urara to thc I A. S. N.; : Company, the trips of ;, the | Cr II A E T OyfcJY. during thc currcjrtL, morafli ?frjl? he as Leave Grafton £m ;Sy(íncy orcry WED- NESDAY, MOWIN/, at daylight; and, Sydney for Grffton/irect/veiy SATUR. DAY AFTERNOON. f TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary. Poi- Rockhampton. THE FINE PAST^SAILING Schooner. ELIZABETH, Captain Smith, will h»^fcMtoclthampton on br about the Mi^laiiiffiry, intending passengers must make an Airly application to W. KIRCHNER, Factory BOAT FOR HIKE, at five shillings per day with oarsjZ^-Aj/ $tn 9!nV Apply to JAMES Mh3^m} at the Ferry, Dobic^street. ' I ic schooner ?OTT WATER Fm SALE, MAN'S-SKIFF, /ufcd/ov/vM-, and SECOND-HANInPÖA», irTicood condi- tion. ?? Apply to MATTHEWS, Sdutb in CHARLES ?afton Ferry. WANTED, for ft^rfahrater Works,/ Clarenc...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, Monday, night. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

S Y D N E Y. ! [FltOH.OÜlt COKEKSrONDEOT.] J. .i__-Sy_diipy,,MondaT, night. imvülllilur rtt'.tlio-iirirt-oiVMoBRt'a-Craoin'-j und Co., Sydney, was drowned, ht Botany, on'Boxing Day. Tho shop of Mr. Hogarth, jeweller, was robbed on Friday night. Dr. Houston, so long connected with tho .Sydney Infirmary, died on Sunday-supposod to be from lead poison. . A mule has beon found near Orion Creek, believed to have bolongod to Dr. Leichhardt -one: of those lost by him on Peak Downs, in 181.7. A large meeting of tho subscribers to tho Lancashire Belief Fund was held on Mouday afternoon. Considerable exdtemont pre- vailed relative to the appropriation of the fimr^by tho agents to the purposes of sowiug .schodls, (S.e., instead of to tho buying of food for the starving operatives. Eosolutions con .dèmnatpry^bf what had been done by the agents ^ver%nssed'; by'large majorities. ?dix tie afternoon of Friday, tho 19th instant-the "day before, that appoiutod for prorogation '.of Parliament-tho busi...

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

\ . M0XDAT.\ MATCII-for ^lOVside1; weight for age. One-and-a-hnU'-niiie. V \ ,\/ Mr. Gregory's g. h. Surveyor, 2 ycarB, Sst. 81bs (Saladin).\. 1 Jones' blc. f. Calieron, *3 years, 7st. Ölbs. (Gt-.Hann)."1. 2 A capital start, put the two away ; in passing the Btand frist timo Calieron had a lead of about twojoâgths ; 'maintaining this position until eimerging\froin thoMiollows, when Sur- veyor ran up, Saladin lnnding him a winner by four lengths, Svithout much apparont dis- tress. ' \ ' \ A race also caihe off for £3, tho second horse to reçoive 18S. ; thore wero three en- trances, viz. : Mi. Gregory's Nutoufc..'. 1 7 Cussuii'o Tally-ho ...1.f...,-2 Pratt's Jolly IV.dist Jolly Tar took tho jump, but rounding tho first corner, tho thrco wero alltogthor, when near Mr. BnrrottVihouso, Jolly Tar ran inside Wie of the posts'y. knocking off. Pratt aud giving him a very severe fall, he was stunned fóV somo time, also received a sovoro bruise on his knee, but we are happy to say that he is o...

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SECOND DAY—SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

SECOND DAY-SATUKDAT Thoro being a balance of'funds in the hands of tho Stewards, they decided to have another day's racing. ; Tjio day was very wet and the attehdance^wos not very large. FIIIST EADE -*Thbs Stewards Purse of £8, for, all horses'1 that havoV never won a prize, One-and-a-half Vmilo. Weight for .age. . Mr. Jones' bk. f. Calioran, 7st 81bs. 1 Gregory's ch-g. Tempest, 8st. Dibs.. 2 Casson's ch. g. Fop, 7st. 81bs. ;...<.......... 3 They got away all of a ñecle, -Calieron swerving out very much while Vpnssing tho ? po(?t, first -timo, lead, but Calieron was soon on his quarter ; down tho back of the course they where head and head ; in the gullicsl,the maro shook off tho chesnut, wincing in a , cauter. Tempest pulling up insido¿thé distance, upon finding it was no go. Fop was out of tho race from tho first half-mile. SECOND BACE.-TattorsalFs Purse of £G, for nil horses beaten during tho meeting. Tiirce.qunrters''of'a milo. Weight for ago., Mr. D. Blnnoh's ch\. Ma...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

ll L'M A IC*.R A . ..; [FEOS! OUIt COIUlÉSPOJíDENT.] i . :" THE REGATTA. THE Ulmarra annual regatta, of which wo ' made mention in our lost communication, came off on Boxing Day, in the most satisfac- tory manner. Atan early hour of the day the lovers of this acquatic and truly interest- ing sport, were to be seen wending their way along the banks of our noble river, towards Cohen's hotel, while every cross road and by. way was dotted with pedestrians, dressed in their Sunday best, pressing eagerly forward towards the great centre of attraction, and we cannot but admit that all seemed to be re- joicing in anticipation of a day's rational amusement--yes, from the hoary headed farmer, whoso first acquaintance with boat racing commenced in years gone by in "Auld Lang Syne"-down to the crowing infant in its, mother's anns-not forgetting the blushing daughters with their flowing veils and wide spread hoops-all seemed happy in an oxtreme degree, y Tho day was all that could be . wished fo...

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