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

' GRAFTON CHRISTMAS RACES. ~^ïtEBi3 rncoa cnino ol}'on Boeing Dajr, .ac-' 'cording to. announcement, on tuc Grafton courao. The weather was wann, and tho attendance during tho day rather limited, hut this must ho ascribed to tho various othor amusements ofl'ered at other places. With tho execution of one or two " small mills " on tho course during tho dayV1"03!1 persons appeared to havo enjoyed them- selves. Tho following is a list of \ tho sports: Fiiis-r 'Mesa.-Tho Trial Stakes, of y£8 for all horses not, àxcoeûing $ years old. Turce-quai'ters-of-nrnrile. ' Mr. -Gregory's g. e. Survoyor|:2 years, Sst. 81bs.. 1 Oasson'B b. g. Hector, 3 yoçrs. Itt. 8lbs. 2 . Jones' b^k. f. Calloron, 3 years, 7st. Slbs. 3 Hpctor w'enfc awayvwith the'lead, Survoyor wellVp ; qn cominçup tho hill tho latter ran to tliMroht, finishing.(on tho post by a neck. Culletan shiöd at n, stiiirip at starting, and was consequently thrown out of tho raco. SECOND KAOE.-^TIIO Maiden Plato, of £15, for all horses, tha...

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LECTURE ON SHELLEY AND HIS POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 December 1862

LECTURE ON SHELLEY AND HIS   POETRY. THE following lecture on "Shelley and his Poetry" was delivered by Mr. H. Kendall, on Friday, 19th instant, in the hall of the Grafton School of Arts.       Mit. KI:KU:VT/L, having be-on introducá! fc<í hm nudience hy Mr. MIOUAKI,, said :- .'. Although I ¡an ¡welty well u?o»l .to',.(litr.corni posilion of bulli prose anil VITA.-, (ind. lin-oii.rh M. it coMpni'ntivuly well Known lo . tho nuistV you, I um qui ic »cw to tho loci nra ?room, (ind linvo ncv«r addressed u ymblio i.ii'îîonc'i. bofo.-o: Awnro of Mutt, «nd of anollu.;- - circumstance which 1 filiull prusonlly i h't<!. you will ool'uro mu by hoing- indulgent, ¡u¡.» ovwlookínp my. sboWcöniiri'-fs to-nigh l. :\\rnt<n I- tint - told-- Mr'¡ MHirol «nd -M>. l'àgn (* w uWo wo» an-origlu?,l ;;<«. T on shelly in m. st .si nyilil./ /lsked WYO ti*iiv»ke uso of it), ana i aw.í.intod,- iiofc ihinkiup; «ha...

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DEEADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT NEAR EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

I ./V.-... ' DEEADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT NEAR EDINBURGH. A DISASTROUS railway accidont ocourrod noar Winchburgk, on tlio Edinburgh and Glasgow railway, on Monday night, tho 13th October. The following partienlars of this foarful occur- rence aro talton from tho SCOTSMAN " The passenger train leaving Edinburgh for the north, at six oMoloch, carao into collision witb tho ordinary passenger train which left Glasgow af five o'clock, at a short distance west of Winchburg. Itoppoarsthat for sometime past repairs have been making on a portion of the line botween Winchburg and Linlithgow, and during..die re- pairs tho trains have boen running thora on a single lino for a short distance. Tho train which ¡ left Edinburgh, at six o'clock consisted of two third-class and two first-class carriagesj* with ono von and a horse-box. Shortly after" passing Winchburgh,' about Aalf-past six o'clock, and while it was on the single line of rails, the train catneinto collision with the passenger train from ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT, VIA MARSEILLES.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

' EUE OPEAN NEWS. [FBOM OUIt LONDON COttBESl'OîTDENT, YXA . Important nows has just readied us from . Grcece-^-King Otho has abdicated, it is said, ? -?in favour of his brother, the commencement .was'with'tho garrison of Vonitza revolting. Ä provisional government Sas been formed under tho presidency of Bulgaria-the pro-, visional government, in. ^he name>of tho ' people and the garriso^ has declined tho dynasty of King Otho-expelled for ever. ?<M. Maoracordnto has been elected President . : of the'provisional government. As most of . ; your readers are well awaro Greece has been . ti living volcano for many years past, Ie* us hope this may bo tho last of the Bavarians. .- The arrangements for the outbreak appear to have been preconcerted, so much so that tho King had no alternative but to bolt, tho principal charge made by tho insur- gents is, that King Otho had no alternative but lo bolt, the principal charge made by tho ii insurgents is, that King'Otho has always ¡o...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

, " ! -: " !"fV OT ICE. - . » 'Ounsubscribèrs are inf ornad that subscrip- tions for the past quarter are now due Mürtiiv'« settlement-of the same is' respect ... Jully^solkited.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

; A13STÄA0T 0FVSALES BY .AUCTION' DUR- ING- TUE WJEEK. ? .i . V. ..:v .__ ' MR.KTIIf^IAS^Wj?EN - At Tattoraall's V, ., . Hotelj on>'Monday, at ll o'clock, Cows with .. Calves, Hones. » ? '. .V ? NABHOW ESCAPE.-On -Saturday aftor noon, as Mrs.. Capp, who lias,beon in attend- ance on,Mrs. Henry.during her lato illness, was standing at a table ironing, she felt H . BQ'netlmig rubbing against her leg, but sup- posing it to be thereat; alie without looking ,,dóyn!; tried ,tb luck-it away, with the ex * ' ' 'ciariiation',' bother' 'the-;cat" Mrs. Henry waslying in tho next room, and hearing tho remarlcj happèned io castVher eyes on the ; supposed cat, which ,proved to be a large ' " black sñnkOjentwined round Mrs. Capp's leg , and ançlo y a violent, spring disengaged the roptiléî 'without'any-¡Svórso result than a ' Bovere fright to the females, and the snako escaped through a hole in tho floor.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

LATEST COMMERCIAL. ?--*--' . " j ! ' ? .[MIOMAS BAWDEN.] ? Them has berni a fair amount:of business transacted during tho past week. Horses.-Draught aro in demand. I havo sold two with harness at £25 each ; ono ut XII; and ono'at J322.1 Light stook aro unsaleable. Mnizo has declined, and wheat is dull of sale ot 4s Od to 5s. ' . ' ! '. "i. ' Tiroir AS BAWDEN, auctioneer and broker, land, 'stock, and general commission agent, Booms, Grafton; January Cth. ? MK HENRY MAirnicE reports an increasing demand for good farm lands and town allotments in. good positions., rilo has this day-sold "avOO-ocro farm at Ulmar.n, for Í150. . Qra!lon, Jainwry Gtli ' 1 .

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

GÏÏA1T0N POLICE COURT. ''i' 'WKDNKSIUY. . .';?<'. BEFO RE filie Topeo.' Magistrate. ¡, : Thomas I)avoy, wits brought up, charged ? with Im.unkeniieas and " disorderly conduct, and V*h assaulting tho police in the oxecu I tiouof their duty, on Christmas Day, in Vic i toria-strcet. In consequence of the good character given to Davejv tho Bench inflicted a penalty of 20s ; or forty eight hours im- prisonment, and directed him to pay the value of tho shirt destroyed by him-Gs. 6d.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

. SBtPPIHfl IHTELLÏQEHSE. . :"? ' -J' Í'ARIITVATJ.' ? \ .Tnimaryp.-Agnes Irving (a.); dOO tons, Captain IT. -Creer, from Sydney !ird instant.. Passengers-Dr! . Purdie-,--Mr. ? Mylne, Mr. M'Dougall, and; 12 in tho steerage.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

EXPORTS. ' December . 31. - Grafton (».), for ' S.vdnoy : 2 casks tallow,' -129 bulos, wool, IOS hidra, M baga liorna, 1)0 boxes soap, 210 bngs. niuizo, 15 'bags potatoes, V bugs onions, R boxes eggs, 1 coop poultry, 288 ouncos gold, u quantity of cudur.boards and nun dries. -, .?. Tho, Grafton (s.) left Fisher's Wharf, at 4 a.m., on Wednesday,' tlio' 31st ultimo, but was detained at the uar until*0'30 a.m. on ..Saturday. . \ .v. .Tho Agnes Irving loft Sydney at 0'45 p.m. t on. Snturd{iy.5l;\niTrved . bftV.:Vtlie;-.'ö]«rence Heads nt 8lip.mAon Simday,;: crossed tho bar on Monday,"nt 4'SO a.m., and arrived in South' Graftonttuo Bnmediiya't lOn.m. The Agnes ^Irving experienced fresh'N.E. winds throuhgh out lije -passage.\?| "'>¿/ -; ?'»' ', ¡ .^*Tho. PoraevoranceVfrorj^Graftön J.arrivod .in'Sydney on the 27 ultimo.-;

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

DEPARTURE. '* December 31.-Grafton (s.), 210 tons, Captain Haides, for Sydnoy. Passengers Mosars.:131encbwo, Dovonald, and 4 in tho steerage. ,

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NYMBOIDA RACES. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

NYMBOIDA EACES. [FKOM A ' CORnESPOXDENT.l THE Nymboida Racecourse on Boxing Day presented quite a gay and animated appear anco, in fact, moro people were assemblod til au was ever seen before at ono time at Nymboida. The following is a list of the sports : Fins! RACE.-Por a new saddlo and bridle. Mr J. Layton's ch. m. Beeswing. 1 1'. Hagen's h. g. Mountain Hare .... 2 . T. l'itkin s g. in. Alico'Gray ........ 3 .J. Smith's ch. g. Counterfeit......... ' <t .T. Maxwell'sch.-.g. Balloy. S SECOND RACE.-Èor a watch. Mr. R. Layton's!), m. Venus. 1 V. Hagen's b. g.» Sweetmeat ........ 2 ? G. Graham's b. g. Buck. !i li". Layton's b'. m. Stumpy. 'A After tho raced n cricket .match " came off with great eclat, and at the closo tlioro was ,somo eouveraation about challenging the i, ..^%a|ktiuem to piny a match. ; ¿. fv/ta;rJ|usomíínts alsoj^wolrploôe, suew tiiíblug ilío'greasy pole;.'hud tho usuar Old English Sports, and at night all quietly disporsod, well please d with their day's...

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COTTON GROWING ON THE CLARENCE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

COTTON .^GROWING ON THE /' CLARENCE RIVER. A: subject, snell ns colton growing-is ono of tho utmost importance to all-.well-wishers- of the Clarance ; and as this is tho first season that it has been grown to any extent, we are the more anxious to watch its result ^accor- dingly on "Wednesday last, we proceeded to inspect the field bf plants, now growing on land-rentod by Mr. Thomas Bawden, and to, whoso.enter prising spirit we aro indebted for' the first field of\eonpn\, ^At the time of.plant ing niauy persolis questioned ibo propriety of such a step ; ho\evor Mr. Bawden was not to be talked ou^ of a matter of such vital importance, and he has i'ßteadily per- severed m what he seems to have taken a peculiar pride-that of demonstrating :to bur settlors that.not only can we produce fino crops of maize, but cotton. -,. Tho whole of the land under cultivation by that gentle- man is near eight acros, and the. particulars of planting soil, '&c.,-\we feel sure will bo read with in...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

BEFOBE tho P.M., and Mr. AV. Robertson, ' ZIMMLEB V. KENT. This was a charge of assault on tho Race- course on Boxing Day, and tho defendant pleading guilty, was 'fined 10s. and costs, or twenty-four hours imprisonment. Fino paid. STANLEY T. THOMAS ROBINSON, SEN. This was an aggravated assault ou a foinalo. Mr. Michael for plaintiff. Elizabeth Stauloy on oath deposed :-The défendent before tho I Court was her step-father ; '. on 29th Decem- ber, between five :and six in the evomugy-tho defendant carno homeland had some words with her mother; her homo is next door to his, and liearing'. her calling for assistance, she went.in and told hW'oiot to ill-ufje her rao,thor-4hoorderei Ifcr^ofiitho' promisei, and as ! she. iras leaving. ' de'fendant ? pushed her i down on the ground, "dragged herliy tho hair of the head, and slappod\her face several times, when her motlier interfered'and took her away ; shegavehimnootherprovocation,hehad been drinking but knew what he was doing; he is in the...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY'S AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

NEVf TEAR'S DAY'S .AMUSBMEÎîïsf . CniCKET.V-A match between tho youths )of North and South Gratton, under twenty .yWs of age, càme-otf on tlie cricket ground ai Grafton^ on New Year's Day, and at-, 'traded some, little attention, and we under- stand the result has been the moans of hty ing tho foundation of a club, to bo cal lo J thc j " Criterion Club"; : The match was wou by I ,tho North Grafton sido, with three wickets to spare. \ Thefoltówing'is Ibo score :- ¡ ; V\ . SOUTH*GRAliTON. j . 1ST INNINGS... . 2.V1). IsKjyps.^ P. Lacoy, b: by Sippo.... -22 b. by Swindell) 3 J. Wall, o. by Head, b. by Sippo ... 0 b. by Swindell* 1 H. Wall, c. by \Dalby, b. by Swindolls -.. 2 h. by Swindells 0 R. Layton, e.'by Dalby¿b. by e. and b.. by . Sippo .V..".A.-.;..V.,...N..... . 3 Swindells.... 0 Neal b, by, Swindolls ;,,..A... 1 e. by Sippf, b. ' s » . \ \ uy'rittindells.. 0 P. Layton, c.* by Dalby,'1, b, by Sippo . 3 h. by Sippo ...0 P. Hyland, b. by Sippo 0 e. by Head, b. -. "»-... by üwinddb...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

DEATH. NOUD—On December 30th, 1862, at Gordon Brook, Clarence River, William Thomas Edwin,   youngest son of William and Ann Noud, aged eleven months and three weeks. "The Lord giveth   and He taketh away, blessed be His holy name."      

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

SMALL DEBTS COURT.   MONDAY                       BEFORE Captain Hill, P.M., and Mr. W. A. B. Greaves, J.P.   Simon v. Bazler.-This was a claim of £6 10s. for rent, £1 6s, of which, was paid into Court. The plaintiff not appearing the case was dismissed, with 5s. costs for defen- dant. Mr. Michael for defendant. Kirchner v. Bateman.-This was a claim   of £8 4s. 10s. Plaintiff not appearing the   case was dismissed, with £2 costs allowed to defendant for attendance. There were several other cases on the sheet but they were all either, adjourned or settled out of Court.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

Lawrencetown (Elbow). M1 R. F. GARE lias been appointed Agent at Lawrence/ for the Clarence and Richmond Examjfie/ J (vice Messrs. Steuart, resigned), anA/iy authorised to receive advertisements Zulu /ubscriptions for thc same. / / / RICHARD (STEVENSON. i Examiner Office, April 1st. 320 PALE KEROSENE, 5s. per Allon, by | the, tin, / , I WARRANTED BlflST^AM'S/iiraack-1 ages 2 and 3 dozen^fj-om Jas. uü. to 7s. Cd. A liberal «llowauce/tyíhcUrade. SAMUEL HEBBpWHITE, 292, ritt-sfrcet, Sydney. GRAND EXPOSITION OENOVEL ??????? .TIES. ? S P R I N G, 18G2. FRANCIS G-ILES AND CO. BEG TO CALL THE ATTENTION 'of those Ladies who reside in thc countiy to very the choice and extensive as- sortment just to, hand, consisting of 96 packages, ex Marquis of Argyle .42 ditto, ex Colonial Empire ... 46 ditto, ex Century' 39 ditto, cxBellisi 56 ditto, ex Crest 69 ditto, ex Traas 59 ditto/cx W.^W: Smith In all 407 packages, and excccojng in value forty thousand pounds. ; The daily increase in their trade h...

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SECRET POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

. BECKET POISONING. Til?, history of Catherine Wilson, who lise lately beti, eonvioted of rourdor by poisoning at tho Centra .Criminal Court, weals a long career of' crime si secret and appalling, that it ÍB almost impossiblo ti think of it without a shudder. The judge who pro sided ut lier trial, Mr. Juaneo Byles, enumerated, ir passing Bentonce, no fewer than live instances in wiiicl this Borgia had been fatally successful and one ir which she lia'd failed. Though sorerul lime suspected, and moro than once actually nrrestod on a charge ol seoret poisoning, Cnthorino Wilson had successfully oracled tho sword of justice. Shebas, however, boon at length overtaken by the strong arm of the law. Tho particular crime for which she lias now boen con- demned was committed no less than six years ago. And considering tho^ong interval that has elapsed, and tho great difljculty ot obtaining definite proof in such cases, tkeovidcncoproduccdat the rcconttrial must be regarded as remarkably satis...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS (From the papers) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

fl' # r . ;. : 1 i > * - 1 \. ! .! ? ?-* ? - >?,..!', W ', ; ? ? r ' MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS .' '. j ,.,. ¡(Fromilte. papers) , BESPITE.-A respite has. been granted to the unfortunate woman M'Lauchlan who is imdoriseñtence of death for the murder of Jessie M'Phorson, at Sandyford Place, Glas-! go-w^'The-pressuro of-publio opinion which: was brought,lo boar upon tho Home Secrc-; ' tary Preference td thia case induced him to '. dolay the1 exec'ution'to the 1st ¡ November, in ?i > order-that full andWose examination might .bo made into tho truth\>f tho prisoner's state- ment as" to the murder hoing: committed in . her i)resenco by tho old man . Heming.- If .that examination does not result in establish-; iiig the truth of the statement, tho execution 1 will take place! The commissioner appointed r ; to conduct the examination has sent in hi's re i '.pbrtf ;\but it his liot known what the tenor of : ?that1 roportjs. V ? Mr. William Kounerl, who was convicted on his own confessio...

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