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

U^GMIC STORES, -v IN CE-ST RE ET, NE A E THE BANK. R A F T p N . WILLIAM. SHOVELLER. IT ' LS NO/V /Í3ECOMING GENERALLY KNOWN, that at THESE STOMSS OWLY the BEST GOODS ARE ^OLD/while the PRICES ARE LOWER tha#havc yethera'heard of in the'District. , Thc Ready; Money Friends of Grafton may herc sec tho full advantage of going to market, cash in hand. The prices of Sugars, Teas, and ordinary Household Stores, particularly : low. . THE DKAPERY DEPARTMENT is weekly replenished with novel and tasteful goods. TI7ANTED, some /ani/ght and other. "1 II ORSE S/A/ply to 1\ R. DONALDSON, Suuvcyhi-, Pound-street. DU. PURDIE, M. ])/Edin¿ M.E.C.P1; J h., lately arrived va the Colony, has taken up his residen/e/n Grafton with a view of J fi ' " ' PRACTISING im PROFESSION andean be CONSULTED DAILY for the present, at Mr. Deifovv's, Prince Street. DR. PURDIE, M.D. Edinbttrg, Mit , .glicd ; dca . Koenigliclúín Collogiums' der Acrzte in London, ist hjer angekommen um sich in Grafton niederzulassen und is...

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

? "? ftvjunïncc, TUESDAY, JANUARY G, 18G3. PBKSIDENT LrNOOfcN lins ployed a dan- gerous card, and ono1 eau hardly conceive ¡ a more astonishing absence of statemanship, ( .(.or - a 'greater»; want \?ot ordinary political .'..sagacity. . Tlie PÍESIÍDKN'D decrees that after, -the firat day of January, 18G3, the omanci Iiatiou of all slaves, iu Hebel States, or jolougiug to rebels. . u.; >r\Vo congratulate tho- PRESIDENT upon his partial conversion to emancipatio policy ,<slaveryi isXwrong. whon it exists in ; tho . ,iterritory^ of.on'.eneinyj^ut the, domestic in ' atitutioujnuist still bo consecrated to tho uso i of fripnds^ . The blot upon, tho flag, must bo .' ¡removed from the Sjputh, and now become tho ^-espocial^guerdon oY tho North. Tho North .'. honcofortli is'to .he vtho.. only slave; portion y: of the TTuion-r-that $ tho: hotaous anuShatc } fui institution, to prevent} tho extension . of which, and to exonéralo itself "from ; tho v, guilt of which, wo aro solemn...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [W. H. HOLMES.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

L;w PÄODU.GE. CIRCULARS.,. ' > £ WHOLESALE. . afai/e «lui wheat aro both voiy.dull of salo;',,iif.?Aöl l it, is, diilieult to sell oithor, cBpeoiuHy tho lattery but'I i 'hope to atc a n-nction in the markets again soon. i-'.-.í'Mnií.- 's 2d to 6s 3d per bushel, dull ,'Whc.u, úi por bushol, no demand ; ? ? Harley-Cupo-3s Gd to 3s Od per bushol. Hay, lucerne,-£7 ; eaton, LG io £7. ? Fowls, 4) lo 4s 3d acareo j ducks, 4s to 4s 3d ; geese, 8s to 9s ; turkeys; 10s to 20s per pair ; cge;s, ls to ls 2d per dozen, dull. Bacon, 8d to 9d per lb. ?. . , Cheese, 81I to Od per lb., very scarce. ..; Os!ire», each, IGs to Jil 6s.. . ' ;. Bron, la dd lo la Sd . "Onions-Ms to Ito per cwt.. S" Potatoes, 11s to 13s ? Hides, '¡a lo 12s cae)). ? ....... Flour, £14 to £15 por ton '; ' P;ga, Dd to Cd per lb., scarce. ¡ Mavltet and Sussex strcots, Sydney, January 3rd. ?? ':: --* [HOMERT CAMPJIELIJ.] . Flour, £14 to ¡£15 per ton ? . ? . Maize-5s Gd por bushel, supply good Hay-üG 15s to £7 per ton. Bran, ...

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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 PRAYER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. 'i 1 --. .y.-:-r -Ouït i columns, aro: opon to all wrilors who . refrain' from tho uso of virulont huiguugo or personalities 5 . hut wo aro not responsible for opinions ex- pressed. 1 ( . ??: " i. .''.---?--, . '.?.?..'?' V , TUE HOSPITAL PRAYER. ';. : . > TO TUB EDll'Oll OD'Titi! ÜXAllrSRIt. SIB,-Willyoiipormifc'mo.through tho medium of yoiircolumns'to deny tho- authorship of tho loller Bigncd " 'Audiri "-whioh appeared in your issuo of tho 23rd ultimo. . :. ? . .' J ' l om, Sir, yours, &c, > \V. L. LAWRENCE. Critorion IIotol^Deoembcr 30th, 18G3.

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

Steam to Sydney. fbi-'SIDNEY, day) MORNING, GUA on SATURDAY MORNING, at daylight. ,, ...THOMAS lOCSHEDR, ,^go^ r^LARENCE AND RICI& MOND RIVERS STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ; Reduction in Saloon Fares, On mid after the 1st Jyfrwvyf 1863, the CAB I N Ï AIM3 SyBy ;tifi-Company's steamers, will^b^rt t\ye following' reduced rates :-. ? . ' ¿* Suiglc .Kues,/.'...I/ .. M.. 10s. Return Ticke/......... M 10s. TILMOUTH E. DYE, Secretary. For Rockhampton. THE FINE/AST SAILING ~-; Sch/orip/ i: ELIZABETH, Vapinm Smith, wnl lejwe for'Rockhampton, on or about tyT lMi January, intending passengers must mare an carly, application lo " ? ' -?' ; ' >W.. KIRCHNER, Factory. To Shippers, of-Wop!, &c. rriH'E AUSTRALIAN/OINT STOCK' -*., JIANK, in order troffer every possible convenience to tljreir customers, will make Ll UER AL ADVANCES ON WOOL, &0.J consigned to tjreir London Agents. , HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Grafton, ,30th December, 1862. ¡>OA.T EOR HIRE, a> live shillings ...

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THE WIGTON AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

I I , THE WIGTON AGRICULTURAL ? SHOW. Tnn annualexhibition of sloelcand! implements of Ibo Agricultural Improvement Society for, tho Wigton District, waa hold upon the usual show- ground, a spacious field on tho outskirts of the town, on Wednesday,-September 27th. Thero was on immense gathering, and tho success of tho exhibitiou in all tho important fouturos of such displays was considered l>y practical mon to ho comploto. . Tho fineness of tho day induced thouaands of femalos to share in tho agricultural festival, and for them tho Flower Show, hold, imdçr a;spacious marqiioo, on tho same ground, had, especial; attraction and woll deservod tho pa-! troringo thoy beatowod iipon it, upwards pf £20 .'j being taken at the door for éntranco money, which' will enable tho committeo to oxpand their opera-i tiona lon a futuro occasion. Tho ha'ndsomo gift of | Mr, Clark Irving, of fifty guineas for shorthorns, inducodaveryspii'itud conipetition.in that class.. Sir.'Irving, whoidanátivobf W...

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

(From the'papers) "'J ; í Mr. 0. E. ! S. M'Donald, wine'amU spirit morchant, died: oil Monday, morning, of rhett malio gout. ?> On dit that Mr. Hickson, of tho imperial survoying party, will bo appointed port- - master. ? On dit that Mr. Windeyer will- be ap- pointed Police Magistrate of Sydney, and Captain Scott Inspector of Prisons. * .» A prize fight took, place near Forbes on Monday, between two men named; Lee and Watson. After fighting seventy rounds, * which occupied one hour, and , twonty minutes, Lee-was defeated* both ??,men; hoing severely punishod. There were about 15,000 . spectators. _ * ? . . Greville and Bird's telegram announces a fire on tho.premises of a carpentorin Kerna streot, Albury. Tho wind suddenly changed, and half the town was in danger. .Sovoral stores weroysaved;with great difliculty. A\inq\iest'has been hold iuto the cause of a fireoccurring'in a-Voom occupiodi by a man namoi/Badley, -as. aVprinting öffico, over .Mort's Passage. The inquiry terminate...

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

. . > r \-»-t- T t i 7 r i ÑOBTIT GRAFTON. ' ''Í-Wj' ?,:';.ÍSÍp INNINGS.' -2KD lN»ISO*i!|<! Ö. H.'SippeoV by*-NeafX,..'.... 1 not out,.,..,,,. 5 T. S. SwmdellsU. by.Noa'l.. 1 c. by Kelly ... 0 P;Knlay,'b.by>N'eaV..>A... 2 kty Neal ... 0 G-.'Jsektenori, b. by. Dacey.;.... 10 b by Beal.-.-. ...;.l H. Dalby, b. by Noni >. 0 b. by Neal ... r 0 J. M'Facldon, c. ??Wilson,' b. ; » ? r by Neal. 4 not out'.......,. 9 N. Head, run out. 4 b. by Neal...'., 0 A. Kirchner, not out ,"..,,",., 1 . ? .. . " . . G. Arcry, b.-by Imeey\. 8 b. nyL-icoy... O' D. Cullie, b. by Noni. . 3 J. Bale,'s. by'Imcoy .,,,,,V".... .0 b. by Laccv .i. 4 Byos.'..."..".. t,\... 3 Byes. » ' 'V \ \\ - . . ~r Total.>....-.;.,*... 37 Total..........'22. N GraudTotal ........59 , BALI, AUB SUPPEB;-Mr..Linyroncchaving very neatly and tastefully fited up his houtjo, the" Criterion Hotol,'.'with all new furni- ture of modern stylo, gave a ball and supper on New Year's Evo j and dancing '.was kept' up w...

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PASTORAL ADDRESS, OF THE REV. ALLAN M'INTYRE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 January 1863

PASTORAL ADDRESS, OE THE REV. J ALLAN M'lNTYRE. ,-The following pastoral address Las been is-: -.sued by the Hov. Allan M'lntyro to" thó' I'reo Church congregation on tho Clarence, on tho eve of his leaving the Manning for that placo. "To the Free Church Congregation of th Clarence Meer. " Winghum. Monning River, December 9th, 18G2. " Mr DBAH VROVVÜ,-I presumo you ell know tho saored relationship in which wo now stand to each othor os ministor and people. To bo separated*from a congregation, to many of which, ns far as man can; judgo, tho Lord in his great kindness has condescended to bless my poor labours among them, und to bo in- ducted to a now congregation such-.us that at tho Clarence River/ aro certainly solemn events in thc his tory|§frall 'concerned. I hope we all of us fcol thom to be so.. . ; "It shall bo iñy constant effort, in dependence upon Divino wisdom and guidance, to promote tho cause of God und of truth, of Curis'tnin harmony and brotherly lovo in tho Clarencccong...

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

,. M UNI CÏ:P A L COUNCIL. . , . TJIVJÏSÙAY. .. I PRESENT: Tlie Mayor, Aldermen .Lardner, Payne, M'Fadden, and Hyde. _ ? MINUTES. 1 . v. Ihö minutes of ihe lasjfc inoetiug were read i and confirmed/'' . f J r . ?J . ,:? NOTICE - OP- / MOTION-. ' . Aldorman Payne to move,-" That'tho bye laws of the Gohuci\ be printed in a choap form for distributionVainoug the Aldermen, and that onquiry^boV mado respecting ,tho oxpenso of ono hundred copies;" , . . ,¡'.' ?' WKI'OnT. Tho Improvement Committeo reported that the coutracts for the dam at Ulster Lodge, and work in Queen-strcot, had been completed. ",. ' PAYMENTS. - Tho Fhanco Committoo recommended that tho following accounts , ho paid, which was adopted^ viz. :-MrVJohn Strauss; jun., for constructing, dam .atsUtetor Lodge Creole, I ¡¡EGO ; Mr. LickiBh, for cloaring Queen-street, !£30; Mr. M'Neilly, £7 13s. Gd.; Mr. S. Cooper, for repairs to old. dam, lös. ; Messrs. French'and Wray, for curbing at Mr. Jones', £8 18s. ; and for similar work...

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STRANDING OF THE P. AND O. COMPANY'S STEAMER, COLOMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

STRANDING OF THE P. AND1 O. COMPANY'S STEAMER, COLOMBO. The-,-.P. and 0. Company's steamer Colombo, left Point do Gaile on the 17th November, with s the Australian mails for Suez ;. some fifteen hours after tho weather .. became frightful, and on tho morning of tho 19th, at 6*30 a.m., she'struck on a coral rock, and was washed ashore on'tho eoaat of Minicaj*. Passengers and mails all lauded safely ?? Boats wq.ro despatched to Cochin,1 Millibar coast,' for anaistanco, which ar- ? mud ow.tho 29th, «nd the passengers and mails with tho exceptiou of two boxes, and the cargo, were thou conveyed on to Huez.

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FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

TIGHT FOB THE CHAMPIONSHIP, OE ENGLAND.- . . The fight for the Championship ot/JSngland .was won by King, after a very sevoro. contest, which lasted thirty-eight niiuutes,( during whicli!noless than twenty-one rounds: wore fought. ? 1 it,The Crystal Palace'is likely to be con- verted into a railway station. .?.

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IMMENSE SUFFERING AMONGST THE LANCASHIRE OPERATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

I IMMENSE SUFFERING AMONGST THE LANCASHIRE OPERATIVES.1 The distress amongst tho cotton operatives is greatly on the increase-No less! than 450,000 persona are now receiving relief. '<>< Tho Exhibition of All Nations finally closed on tho 15th of November. ' ! '

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO THE 26TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

"r 'jíiklVAL ÓP THE \ * EliÖLISH MAIL. .'*'. - -it\ rr n ,i'fj_4_/ . v , , y HEWS'TO -G3HE '26XH NOVEMBER-, y * : v-*- ' - > ? [We hare id pubYcly oxpress our thanks to Mr. Nunn, the telegraph master,' for his kind- ness in attending to receive our message up till a'late hour last evening ; by which we are enabled, to present our readers with '-the latest English nows;]. ? = ???? :> ?? i-.Y [BT ;EtECTBic . TELEGBAPH, TUEOUOH . . GrEEVIIiLE 'ANfl 'BlED.j . . . ; '. ï ? ' V \ Sydney, Monday, 815 p.im . The English, Mail steamer arrived- at Adelaide, early this morning. Her Majesty \ is saying at Windsor Castle., . . ??? y . ." ? The Prince and Princess T uis of oHea«:! and tho Princess Alaiahdua ofDenmark are tu a visit to lier Majesty.' ' . í Tho Prince'; of ; Wales/,:and:; tho Crown Princess, of.Prussia, aro visiting, Malta. ? </ Parliament is prorogued until tho 13th of January. ' ' 1., ; f . t

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

??V ? . ?. .EXPORTS. -^-'.'^ ; Jaruary ?.-Agnes Irving fpr Syilnoy: SOO nags maize, 170 bolos wool, 200 hideà; G boxes eggs. 1 coop poultry, 2 horses, nnd sundries. . ' > > ??'

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

v_;r --.-".j... .. . .-. f ! BIGHMOND EÍVEH, ..-i ABRITAI?.. ! Decorate 27.-Sea Gull, from Sydney. : December 29.-Rose, from Newcastle. , i December 30.-Jane, from -Newcastle. - JX'|^*^:V:.',, . DBPAlilUnE.-:.., ' ,: '>.;/?/ ".December:2y.~n^le'b,for Sydney. ¡t! -+< -. Y--)-, THE ^SAILING OPoint i.STEAMEH.~'By , tolegam received yosterday by Mr. Thomas disher, from Captain Dye, the manager of ?j ¡ ho Company, we learn that tho Agnes / ? . rving was to sail for Grafton direct jester-. > j".ny evening ; and, as will be seen on rofer \ /enco to .our , advertising columns,, will be i j despatched from , Grafton for Sydney at {,<? ?? daylight oà Thursday moaning, i . ,. ./ ... The Elizabeth leftNewcastlo on tho 27th ultimo,.and crossed the bar at ll a,m., on Tuesday, the 6th instant, having encountered strong north winds with heavy sea through- out the passage. Tho Elizabeth is loading at tho Factory, and will sail for Rockhampton . ; on. or about tho 20th ins...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

There was afire nfc Emerald Hill, Mel- bourne, on, Thursday last.' A man1 was burnt to death, and four houses were*.dis troyed. " . ?'? '

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SYDNEY. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

; SYD N Él Y . :i -..¡ ; BY ELECTRIC -TELEGRAPH. ' [THROUGH éaxrii¿¿': ÀOT:*BIBD.] ! Mr. GeoiFrey! Engar has been elected'to represent Wost Sydney |in the1 Legislative .Assembly,', in the Aplacei ,'of^Mri' "Windéyor rósigriod,' by^a 'nu^orÜyroiE^lié. .?. v. Thé:Ohief Apfficor of vthe Agnès-'- Irving, .Mri:Saft, aooidently^ feU^overboard,. at the Company's wharf, Sy^noy^narly on. Sunday morning, and was drowned. - ? '?;> Of i . :.. A young, girl Was burnt to dèath'.on Satur- day last, through wearing. crinoline, which caused her clothes to ignite, - r . , The prisoners on Cockatoo island, 'aro again in a state bf great insubordination, . ~" Tho prisoner McCracken,-has. confessed to murdering tho warder of Berrima ti-aól; ' , On "Wednesday a Donegal man was shot by the police, during a riot at Orange. ,>\ Tntercolonial Tariff Conference is tb bo held nt Sydney ori the 21st instant., YictoriahaB declined to Bbnd a delegate,-becauBe/we suppose, she.is sulky a? not being the seat o...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

DEPARTURES AND-ARRIVALS OP THE f v A: v MAILS. - To Casino, &c.¿ Tuesday, nt 7 a.m. To Queensland, vin Casino, Tuesday, at 7 u.m To Armidale, Thursday mid Sunday, nt 6 a.m. ' To Tabulam, Monday mtd Fridny, at 6 a rn. . - To Sydney,' by steamar, Wednesday morning. .- (.. : ABBIVAMAT QninoK.'--' From Casino, &o., Saturday, nt 6 p.Vi. ; From Queensland, via Casino, Saturday, at G u.m From Armidale, Monduy and Friday, nt G p,m. From Tnbulnm, Tucüdny mid Saturday, 6 p.m. From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon

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ANOTHER ROBBERY OF THE NORTHERN MAIL. From the Armidale Express. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

ANOTHER ROBBERY OE. THE NOE& . ' ' _ THERÑ MAIL. j t ¿. " . Á ; j From ßo ïdrmùîale ÎExpress.v \ THE^órtherii ranils-.haB;. boen/a^in^ra%^1'- ' The;cóábh which }}eft: '!A^ididé>r.'on'£San(áay' 'morning lajät; had roached n spot about fivo miles "south of Kentucky when it was stopped bjr two armed'mon, oh foot, about 8 o'clock. There being no passengers, Bowden, tho driver, was ordered to take the coach up a gidley, to a place nearly half a mile from tho road. They then threatened to tio him to a tree if he attempted to escape wh\ch it appears he did not do. The bags" were ' opened, and the money was abstracted, while , it is understood that the cheques, orders ' and drafts were burnt. Not long afterwards, two men going to the Rocky saw the mail- man in the. bush,, when he informed them rçhat havd taken place. One of the men wentxm, to give information to the police at tl¿' Rdcky, while tho other proceeded to Bon-. demeerAto informithe police there. The mailman also wenFon...

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