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LAWRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

LAWRENCE... Rates of carriage from Lawrence:-'? To" Tabulam 9 s! per ccutal ?Tooloom.. 14s. to 15s. Pretty Gully.11s. Fairfield...... ÍOs. . ." . ^'Leods Greek,. ...14s. . Rocky.15s. . .Table Land..._.13s. ; Tenterfield........ 14s. Other parts of New England . ..v.15s. to 18s. r

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OP THE - ' <>..'( .' ? : MATT.S. . ... xo uosMo, ¿to., Sunday, and Tuesday, at 7 A.M. ," .., '. . To Queensland, ria Casino, Sunday, at G A.M. To Avraidnle/'Wodnesday,' at 6 A.M. ?<-: : To Tabulam, Sunday, at 8 A.M. To Sydncy,' by steamer,' .'Wednesday morning. AttlHVAI.8 AT. GRAFTON; ' ?, - Prom Casino, ic., Tuesday and Saturday, at 6 P.M. r.Prom'Queensland, via Casino, Saturdny,«t 6 P.M. ? . . ¿4¡ Prom Armidale, Monday, at 6 P.M. Prom Tabulam, Suttrrday, ot 3 P.M. . , Prom Sydueyj by steamer, Saturday afternoon

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DEPARTURE. February 15.—Fenella (s.), for Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

. DEPARTURE. Tübrunry IS.-Fcntlla (s.), for Sydnoy. ' TLe,Qrofton loft Sydney on "Wednesday, 0-20 p.ni j arrived at Newcastle, on Thursday, 6'20 ftjm } left'11'30 ; crossed tho. Bar on Saturday, 5-15 p.m; and arrived 'ot' Cowan'e Wharf on Sunday 10-15 a.m. She experio'need strong N.E. winds the whole of the passage wirti heavy scat, accompanied with lightning andjtjmpder showers. Saw a Steamer's light on Tliliri'day, IO,p.m., about 8 miles north of the Seal Books, supposed to bo tbe Fenelia. " 1

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

ADVANCE GRAFTON !f ' ?': ¡NEW ROAD . TO: TENTERFIELD, j I . MfGRAT.II'S NEW- i |;¡! YA TES?:; FX'A-TU i JOHN; MiGRATH begs otó'inform ; , ;'::the Inhabitants 'of-i Grafton,' Teni ¡ terfield. Table Land,.Timbarra; Too- ; loom, and Diggers and others proceed- j j ing. to nndifrom the various diggings by i that splendid new road from- Grafton to ' i Tenterfield, that he has opened a House ! j of Call and Refreshment,, at Yates' .'Flat, where the best of articles will ai- rways be found, coupled .with .'civility, ¡attention, apd moderate .charges, j From J./M-Grath's experience in. the I Hotel linc, he trusts not only to .insure I thc comfort of his guests, but to obtain a sh aro! of.^public patronage; ? equal, if : not greater, in extent" tliTuithat Which* " : he-rcccivcd at his late place of business. 382 I ;.... ,:WI;IiMAM-EM.IS',-. " " Wholesale'tyo'cer ¡¡ General Merchant, 510,. George Street, Sydney, . Qpppiitc'ilie Cathedral.. ... *st¡* All country orders punctually ... attended ...

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THE SAN JUAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

THE SAN JUAN QUESTION. "J r 1»_Î.1.JMÉ.- ( n.._1,."_Í.J_ ¡' .HKL--_...Í i i'vcsiuent isucuanan-s, Message, .whicli is now expected every ;' hour,; ,will give'U3 official:and authentic ínfór 'matiou ,'about thc relations'between ? Great Britain jand. the ¡United States. Iii the meanwhile, tho -last news from Washington on this subject is .clearer I and-more-definitc than.'any yeta-eccived, I and by fav more satisfactory, for it ap I pears that General Scott was instructed I to withdraw thc force from, san Juan !Island> -"which '-had'-takcn possession, and to propose joint occupation on the part of thc two Governments until the questions of right were settled in a proper way. This,is all that' England would have desired, and: there sis' no doubVthat Governor Douglass rhas' by tliis time been authorized to agree to the proposal of thc United States. The fact that'.Governor Douglass ordered the British force to retire is' evidence .that General.Scott's mission was a just and pacific ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

Cteitce,,aitV§ic|îiio'îà . ?vîtminw, TUESDAY, .FEBRUARY 21, 1860. ONE of thc evils incident to centra- lization in government is, that it leaves hut little opportunity for thc develop- ment of local self-government. It suppc sis that evcry.,want and 'feeling . can be brought into! one unbroken stream of uniformity,, or if not, that whatever will not'conform must be of .questionable utility. -,'! No one can question but. that cen- tralization is powerful,'effective,? and economical when applied ' to objects) which arc common to .the . community, such as National Defence, Police, and Postal arrangements. / * But on the other hand, Us powerless- ness must be evident if we examine its action in reference to those objects which differ according to locality and circumstances. On these matters, which will eyer form' exceptions to the general rule of- Government, all attempts at . attaining uniformity will be at. the ex- pensé bfutility!. Experience teaches us that it is the wisdom of Giwçr...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

FREE Tit 41>12 .11 AX Ii, PRINCEiSTRBET) GRAFTON, i j L. si' LOWENTHAL; HAVING, recently returned from Syd 'ney, bringing; with bim a choice and varied assortment of merchandize, which he selected;fromtlie firsthquscs; would respectfully solicit a 'call from the ladies and gentlemen of thc neigh- bourhood. - . ? ? -, - ' Having had .many years experience/ L. S. L. 'flatters' himself that he will he enabled to offer goods -of a quality and at a price unequalled : in Grafton. He cannot mention, in the small limit's of an advertisement, all thc articles in Btock, but customers' will find all such articles as. they may require, and one visit will fully, prove to them that the "FREE TRADE HALL," as its name imports, is far beyond all other houses in Grafton for the mode- rate charges., affixed'and the style and quality of .the goods. .' L. S. L./takesthis opportunity_:;of thanking?&is;?frie^ ^'^ähd,' trusts"that.an '.thc' future he, may continue to'merit by diligence, atten- t...

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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [From the Era, February 11.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [From the Era, February H.] ; CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. THIS Court opened on Monday, at 10 o'clock. The following are the most interesting caBes that have occupied the Court during the week : A.Polack, the notorious auctioneer, was charged with having obtained JÊ140 from Mr. Moffatt, the attorney, under false pretences. He had borrowed the money upon the security of certain pro- perty, of which he had falsely repre- sented " himself as the owner. The charge was fully proved against ,him, and he was sentenced to three years Hard labour on the broads.. ; Mary Ann Kayj charged with setting fire maliciously to the dwelling of one Edward Robinson, was acquitted. . John Smith, accused of stealing a quantity of jewellery from Isaac Moss, -of the Hay Market, was fodud' guilty, and Wvtcnped.to two years hard labour on the roads. ? John . Williams, .publican, Castle reagh-street;''cbarged with wounding one Michael, Heffernan; by-.firing, at him with a pistol, was sen...

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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

ANDERSON;CAMPBELL, & co/s ? PRODUCE, CIRCULAR; The arrivals during the week have-not j been many, and the inclement state of I thc weather has prevented many trahr sections.: Prices however are well main- tained.- Wheat continues firm, with an. upward tendency/and Plour sells readily, at quotations;.. The Mills will not sell . under £20. Uran continues' at 13d. to 14d. Maize/if sound and free from weevil, continues in good de-1 maud for shipment.. Wc have sold during the week it 2s;8d, and 2s. Od. j Hay is veiy dull of sale, and unless the quality is first-rate and green,'it is al- most impossible to move it. Potatoes and Onions, if sound, sell well. Butter, if. good, is in demand. - > i / ; . Baoon-r-8tl. t0;9d. ppr lb. 'B&rloy, Englijb-2si 6d, to 2». M. porbusbol 'Brun-1«.' ld. per bushel ' ButUr-8d; io ls; per lb. ' . Caires-20s. to 40s. "V ' Ditto, Gno country-£18 to £10 Ditto, Hra^-r4Us. to 15s. per barral Hay, Lucerne-£8 per ton Ditto, Oaten-SA to £5 . : i H...

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ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE DECEMBER MAIL. News to December 27. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

ENGLISH:r-;'NEWS;::" t ARÉIVÂL ,0F THE ' ' MAIL. plews to December 87. [FROM pURjOWN CORHESröNDENT.]; r; London, 18th December, 1859. The past month has uot'added much to,the knowledge of the political philo- sophy, and .''uncertainty", may.-..still be /.-pronounced the characteristic- of Home ¡and Foreign Affairs. The firm- ness of the Funds, and?all other secu- rities, indicate that the monied world looks upon war with1- France, as, less probable'than.it appeared to be a month ago. Nevertheless the Rifle movement continues, and, if it he not very .popu- lar, it can, at any rate, be said that evéiy 'English, ' Scotch, and Welsh county will ; produce' a large body of men. I expect'it will bc proved, in a few months; that'wc shall-muster about 200,000¡cffec{i've''rifle and artillerymen' -quite enough cwith'one army, militia, pensioners, dockyards-men, and yeo- men-to. say nothing'of. our growing navy-to make : an " invasion " an im posibility. ?. ' . ' ' " The Conference upon Italian...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

- STEANE "SO SYDNEY. lilli -Viii - khowaY Steamboat* WilL bo.' i^Ulted '«ir SYDNEY, Jïoia: Golton, TO-lfOltllOAV, (W^csiluj) MOEN INOí1*ltingin-ca*g0.M^.3ran(>a».wboíVí9*. l'or full pox limlu* it to ùeiglit, 4c, apply to Hw CipUrni, on bomV ' ij a . VLTÍNJtflNT STOCK ''BANX/'JB' open Toi--' tho transaction ot nu\oustomiiry i banking bu«»»». . -..:.. . i D'HW'ÎKH :-AcaouOTS jare .opened jiÇor. CUB-, j t omore Oil deposit oí funds, mid ^Choque Bqoks arid Pu«» Booka are Bitpphcd gratuitously. . ? BANK 'VOW Birxs wo issued to: Depositors, withintweat.Added, as follows, naaiclyi- ? .... .At 3 per ecnt for 3 months,- , ... - 1 » c » 0 " W ... nnd lb«; Mite, being payatye lo. «mercare nogo linblo tit tiny wiv.iwiil., and ave tims n great con veiuciu'o lo iluniubhc. Diu.i('L'H :uvis::iMued oil- tho: Head Ofllco and Branches of tho Bnnk,.namely :- On. Sydney, Brinbnnc,- Ipswich, .West,. Maitland,. Armidale, Braidwood,' Gftulbimï; Wagga Wagga; Bathurst; Tenterfield, and Boeklwmpton. DitAVi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

HA M ' S, B A C O N. . I^.4 , . Smoked tongues . ., Colonial cheese' '.?'?.??.'. ; .., . English cheese Gresford cheese . Potatoes Onions. , . -F.,&;A. VINDIN, GIß . , ...'. Prince-street.' CONFECTIONERY. 61 NG EH BB, IC AD NUTS. Picnic «nd fancy biscuits t Harley sugar. 'Sugar candy i :.? Sugared almonds, lozenges ;,_ Acidulated drops,\-; Kisses : ' . Mixed confectionery in tins ' . Persian sherbet &c, &c. P. & A. VINDIN, i 619 - i . Prince-street. fl INGLE and: DOUBLE CORN « Shelters : Cylinder -Hay Cutters. . P. & A. VINDIN, . ? . GiT- .Prince Streets. FLO U it , B R , A N l. Corn , .. v ? , Maize, meal ,. Seed, Barley. . "... . 1\'.&*Â." VINDIN, GJ8 . ? Prince Street. C. null W. Ii o JLIWT: S, " COMMISSION AQENTB, 184, Sussex-street, . feïDKlîY. 402 PRODUCE AUCTION MART. EiUblhfted I860. Pritchard and Williams, . AUCTIONEERS, ' ' PHODUOE AND' STOCK A0HÏNT3. ' Siissox SlrcdJ Sydney. 291 ON SALE, at the Waterloo, Ware . house, corner...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 February 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL.                   February 19.—Grafton (s.), 240 tons Capt. Quayle, from Sydney 15th instant. Passengers —Mr. and Mrs. Small, child and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Finley, Miss Finley, Masters Finley   (4), and servant, Messrs. Street, Cowan, Connor, Paton, and 15 in the steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

INSOLVENT ESTATE OF HENRY PARKES. PERSONS in thc Country districts who, <are indebted to -the'above estate, for thc late Empire Newspaper, will please take notice, that unless the amount of their respective accounts be remitted to the the undersigned or his agents and forthwith, legal proceedings will be instituted for the recovery of the amounts due, the accounts having been forwarded- and applicaiton made for payment, and farther application, except by'legal process, will be deemed super- fluous. Where any error may have arisen through the negligence of an agent, the accout will be rectified upon the production of thc agent's receipt. The agents for the late EJINUE news- papers who may have received any ^ moneys 'from the subscribers in the various country districts, are ] requested furnish adctailcd statmënt, accompanied by a remittance of the cash rccived by 'them, without delay; so' that thc accounts may be closed as quickly as possibl. ' : ' ' J. R. WILSHIRE, Office...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

:"¿<: ADELAIDE. . Stephen Hack has returned from the 'far north/ and reports thc discovery of a fine weir grassed, watered, and tim- bered country, nearly due north, in an imaginary bed of Lake Torrens as laid down in the maps. On it there are three 'large fresh water lakes well dtocked1 Svith fish. The natives arc athletic,'and above thc usual stature, and very friendly. This country is near the lake lately discovorcd by Messrs. Stucklcy. I , : ? __-_ .

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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. From the Herald Narch 5th. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

LATEST SYDHEY INTELLIGENCE. From the Herald Nurch 5 th. HOBART TOWN. Thc match-between Quickstep and Mystciy is off. Mystery pays .£250 forfeit^ being wrong in fore foot.

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LAND SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

LAND SURVEY. IT is with pleasure we are enabled to átate that, thanks to the recommenda- tion of W. A. B. Greaves, Esq., the Acting Surveyor General, in Sydney, has commissioned Mr. Licensed Sur- veyor Finley, to place himself under Mr. Greaves' directions, fdr the pur- pose of throwing open for sale impor- tant sections of land on the ' banks of the Clarence. Mr. Greaves has authorised the lands between Alumny Creek and the Elbow to be first cut up into farms and offered to public competition. So soon as. the survey is completed, >a design wiH be prepared, and particular care will betaken to reserve thc best ways of access to each j farm, and easy access1 to all existing! main roads. Woodford Island will he the next to bc surveyed, and, within a short time sufficient land will be offered to satisfy a great'demand. MP. Greaves'' operations-will, for a while be confined to the Tabulam dsstriet and surveys upon the main road, viz:-A village at ; the. , Whitèman's; Gap, Ditto at Gor...

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TO OUR NUMEROUS SUBSCRIBERS AND FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

TO OUR NUMEROUS SUB- SCRIBERS ÂNB 'FRIENDS; : WE have to apologize 'for'the discredit- able manner in which ' thc EXAMINER has been issued for the last few num- bers. Thé party left in chargc fáilcd/ih his duty,.in order to' bring the paper into disgrace for his, own" private ends, and to damage thc proprietor. For the future, the' paper will be issued caily 'on Tuesday morning, 'arid! every care will be taTceri to make known the wants and wishes of the settlers on thc Clarence .arid'Richmond^ and through- out the'surrbimdirig gold-fields. Wc trust our friends; ori, the ,<bgg'mgs¿ and elsewhere, .will continue to furnish us ;wiih such fact» as come under .their observation. With regard td ithe effort now making by tlic party who,' when in our .employ, endeavoured, Judas-like, to stab in the dark one he was pretend mg to 'serve, arid whosé salt he was eating, we eau .only'say that, sooner or later, hypocrites are unmasked. .One word of caution. ' À sinking fund ! is a ..ve...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE liVrtij!l/iHiV»í;fcíí.:MATT,fl:íí i,íi ': .. . To Casino; &d.', Sunday,' and "Tuesday, . at *.M. To Queensland, via Casino, Sunday, al G A.M. To Armidale, Wednesday, nt 0 A.M. vtt'o Tabulam, Sunday, nt 8 A.M. -'To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning. AKBIVAIS AT G-KAFTON. . . Prom Casino, &e., Tuesday and Saturday, nt 6 P.M. From Queensland, vinCasino, Saturday, nt* 0 ' .P.M.-, '''?.-. ?'.., > :. . ; .Proin Armidalo, Monday, at C r.M. 'Proin Tabulam, Saturday, nt 3 r.M. Prom Sydney, by steamer,'Saturday afternoon ' ? : "' '" ' ' "?? '"'"?i " : ' ' " I . Mu.' JOHN-WHITE CUMING is no. longev employed on the CXAIIENCE.ANDÍ . sllicuMOKi) EXAMINER'.; . ,

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 March 1860

DEPARTURE. . March V-Grafton (s.), 270 tons, Contain 'Quayle, for Sydney. :. .The'Pondla left Sydney on AVcdne>day, at i0'30'p.m j arrived at Newcastle at 8"30 p.m. and sailed! ¿gain at 11.15, and arrived 'off Clarence Heads on Priday, at 10 p.m. Crossed tho Bar. on ? .Saturday, at 7*30 a.m.-; arrived at South'Grafton -at 3 p.m.; experienced light easterly winds,' with rain 'throughout passage. Passed tho Grafton on Thursday, at 4 p.m., 10 inihjsr south of Seal - 'Rocks. - -? . . : ? . .y7<S?í..... Mall Steamer arrived'at'Kangaroo Island, oriWcdncsday at 4.pim. No Telegrams up to ? ttirting of-Pencils.:

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