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

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ' Cgg" ADVERTISEMENTS (br insertion in Tuesday's ? issue muBt.be forwarded to tho O Alco not later than four o'clook on Monday afternoon f ond notioos of withdrawal not later than eleven .. o'clock on;Snturrtny. ? *#* ADVBBTISEMENTB jjent to bo inserted in the EXAMINER without a speciflo order as to the number', of'limos, will be continued until coun- termanded, and charged for accordingly.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

SHIPPINQ 1HÏELL1BEHCE. ¡ * I1- AHRrVALS; . ' .Tauuàry-(J. - Elizabeth, schooner, .140 tons, Captm Smith, from Newcastle, 27th ultimo.v'A^Kirchrier, agont.:fe January* 8. - Grafton (s.)¿H 240 tons, Captain Maides, iran Sydney. Pusscugcrs four in the steerage.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

?DEPAUTÜÄE. . . January 7.-Agnes Irving (a.), 400 tons, Captain If. Creer, for Syduey 7th instant. Praïsengers-Messrs. Potts, Pavioll, Freuch, and eight in the steerage.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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FURIOUS RIDING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

V-. ' .'vPUElOUe^IlÍDING. '. il! J ^iTIIB^EDITdBOF '.TUBj EXAMINER., SIR,-OriyjXic3cl((y tast,\abodt four o'olook, a man in a rory advanced otara of UjtóxiWiori, ' having Ly. «orno menna or otlior got on thfe outside bf ahorse, began to rido at a furious pace up arid down t!iO| footpaths of Prince-street, between Bacon arid Victoria Btroots, this ?ho did several- times,' but after having' 'hnd'.'throo'. falls and two narrow çsonpes of collision botwoen his hoad and a .telegraph post, hp. was dismounted by some of his friends. 4 . , (. "Whoroarotho Police ?." .Vas n 'qucsiion asked by many.: ,".Eoho .answered whore." , That a thing of tliiB kind Bliould bo allowed to pass unnoticed ' by tho authorities is not what it Bliould bo. I havo no doubt lind a,Volunteer clisoliargod his blñuklcartridgc, or an elderly, gentleman, removed, (rora.,ono i. of ou» prin- zipal streots^-au óbstruotion^ over ' willoh ho had nigh 'dislocated lüVb'aok, tho polioo would not hovo bóoh fur off. Hore, li8wo...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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THE CUTTING IN VICTORIA-STREET TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

, '." '; 'TO OTÍB EDITOR ''OF-MB'EXAMINER. I ' ;J SIB,-I 'would, with your jwrmission, Arish' to bring under! Í tho notice : of tl\ósu¿w)io, regulate the prison: labour, tho way in which \ho prisonors have left Victoria-street,; as in ;it&pro|ont unfinished state it may load to some abcidonw iTrustinj* that tho matter wilireccivo the attention pPtJie Visiting Justice. , I I am, Sir,Yoúrfl, &o.,' , ';." KIOÏÏÎA.RD PAYNE. ' , 'Grafton, January 10th.

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THE SAILINGS DAYS OF OUR STEAMERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

THE SAIMNG>AYS OF OUB STEAMERS! TO THE: EDITOB OH THE, EXAMINEE. . : SIE,-Can you inform n larga class of your readers whether'aur'8tenmors!aro'ovor again likely to resumo anything Uko regularity in their trips, or^ aro they to bo despatched from Sydney wh'oriovor tho Hoard thinks 'flt,-irrespective .of tho inconvenience occasioned to our postal communication uudto?shippers f... ., .,.,-. If you aro" in "possession of tho information,, by publisliing tlie samo, you would obligo a large number of vour readers, as well as . t i AN OED SUBSCRIBER. : I i wo tiaro mono enquiry ot tno uonipnny's agent herc, bul ure unablo to supply, tho. information «sied forby An Old Subsoriber.''-Ed J . ' .¡.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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THE DESPATCHING OF THE STEAMERS. TO MR. TELMOUTH. F. DYE. PER FAVOUR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

THE DESPATCHING Ol? THE STEAMERS. ' " To Mn.TILMOUTH IV DÏE. . , PBlt- PAVÖÜB CP TIIE EXAMINEH. ; Si»,-Will you allow ma, epkoe tb bring under -tho notico of ; tho Board of fte CL and R.R. S.N. oom Îiatiy, a promise mario by ono ol ita directors on theil' ato visit to the Clarence, when remonstrated with on tho vary great inconvenience occasioned by tho want of regularity in tho deepatoh of their steamers. Ulis: gentleman, quite.oir/aiï, got.rid.of what ho only lookod uponna an imaginary grievance," and oho that could not exist in future, owing to tho telegraph lino being oxtended to Grafton ; by stating that on their return, " Tho Agnes Irving, oftor Bome necessary, re- pairs, would bo despatched at regular intervals, and hor doparturo telcgraphochto tha agent hero, sb that ¡tho settlers could always know'when tho vessel might be oxpeotod, and that tho daysdeoided on for her sailing would be duly ahnóunoqd b^wyertiaoment," neither of which has been dono.: ÇThis system of' withholdi...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

Our subscribers are informed that subscrip- tions for. the. .past quarter are now due and a settlement of the same is respect- fully solicited. . - ' FATAL ACCIDENT»-»A fatal accident of a \ very pecidinr nature occurred on Sunday evening, near the Commissioner's Waters, a short distance cast of Armidale. An elderly mtm fcno¡7m\na lîavy hod apparently been looltingyor bullocks when a dead limb about the thiclrnoss pf a': man's thigh fell from - a frowing tree, struck him on tho head, and illod him on the spot. From the Appearance of the body and that of tho broken limb of tree, death is believed tb have been instan- taneous. An enquiry was subsequently held by Mr. Markham.-Armidale Express.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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[?]. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

¿ [pnosr. óuB oonnEsroNBENT.] . .-, .Í .'. "WE have no news of importances .The "höh-" days are Ovoiyaud the' most ;of -our neigh bonrs have resumed their usual.,routine- of toil, and made a commencement 'in tho year 1863;,, .'"!:ï:?T;'K;' %' \ DESXEuoripsr pr.' GoiiN ' rajioÚGn . THE NEGLECT OS THE STEAMEBS.-^-WO should like to know if tho promise made by Mr. Clarke Irving to the shippers of/Ulmarra is to be ignored.altogether rMr. "Irving, in a speoch 'made before the, people of Ulmarra, when endeavouring, to induce the'settlers to take up nowshares in the O. ahd E. E. S. N. Company, stated " that ono, at, least, of the sea-going vessels should continue to call at Cohen's Wharf and take the produco depo- sited thereon." How far that promise has "been redeemed the following facts will show. ] Some weeks since, Mr. Taylor, a farmer, re- siding on Sweeney Creek, brought down tho whole of his ináizo crop-which he had been hojldingSback for a 'good; market-and; piled {itjon Cohen's Wha...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

ITALY. Ricasoli is expected to form a"new Min- istry. Â collision Las lately taken placo between the Austrian and Italian troops. j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

BIRTH. DAVIS.—On the 9th instant, at her residence, South Grafton, Mrs. Alfred Davis, of a son.  

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THREATENED DIFFICULTIES BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

THREATENED DIFFICULTIES BE- TWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. . Difficulties will probably arise between England and America, occasioned through ¿ho Alabama having been built and fitted .outin England. .. The Federal order, with reference to cotton being considered a contrabrand of war, has been revoked. ? V - ;: France has invited England and Russia, to-co-operate in proposing an amnistiée of six months between the North and South , to afford an opportunity for Peace negocia^ tionB. Tho English Government has de dined. .

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AMERICAL NEWS TO NOVEMBER 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

¿MERIGAN1 ifoäWS TO'¡ÑOJB^BM M'OJollnn baa been removed. . Burnside sue coeds him. ! The news is! favourable ' to the . ..Federals.. i^'.X.'! ' '' ', .'.'-"V., :The Herald ofTuÓBdáy!Íastrgays. : -Infor mation-was forwarded* to ( the ;Government yesterday of.tbe robbery of .tho mail from TASS to: Binalong," six : mijes frotn Bowning, by two armed ; men ; yosterday '¿norning. Both bags wore opened, and the, robben?' as- sisted tho mailman to, replace the letters and Capers. The mailman reported that, he eard ono, pf tho robbers toll the other that he had only fourteen pounds. '.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

L Ä TI^T^ CTWIM E R C I A L. ~ [THOMUS i BAWDEN.] I have (Ioho a fair amount of business during tho week, in horses. The following has been tho result of Bales :-1 atí3,1 at £12,1 nt £14 and 1 at £20. Cattle.-Thora aro sevoral lots offering, but I have not ofl'eoted any salesv, ; I havo heard of tv mob of. heifers 2 to 3 .''yeats,, being sold at 80s. at tho yard. .'Ifüoh 'Oowé.T^îîiolà a mob to-day ot old and, .inferior etook,'at £1, to £1 5s. per hoad with calvos at foot} a good lot of young OOWB would sell at firm' rates. ; ?' ' ' ? \ '?. . .' TUOMAS BAWDEN, auotionoer and broker, land. Book, and goneral commission agent, Booms, Grafton, January 12th. - » .... 4j .--? I ' ' [ANDERSON, CAMFDELL, AND CO.'S] ; ' ¡AT our litest date frbnvSydnoy, maize was stjH j 5s. Od.' and tho ^ther marketa as undor : Bacon-6d.,« 74a; pe» lb. for prime 1 r ; Barley-38.'6d peí büfcel, ,. . ... .... . Bran, ls 6dlo ls Od'V ?" . ' ' . .... j Hour-finest. Town^inipor ton j . Ditto, imo Country, £11 do. ...

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

' ' . Steam to Sydney. m HE C. a CO'S 'AG'NES IRVW, for SYDNEY, TOOIOB^W'Redner 'day) MOHNINCs^at daylight. » THOMAS ' HSpÈK, lAgsot ' YIMIIENCE AND moir. Y^MIIENCE * V¿ MOND lltVEKS . ST1ÍAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ; iße'düction in -Baloi Oil and ofter tbc ls) Janilav CABIN FAIVITC, by tl] " steamers, will bc atThe - foll rates:- ' >.. Single Fares 'ares, 1863, the Company's ag reduced M 10s. Return Ticket... /._-i £7 10s. ?TILMOUTH R DYE, Secretary. For Rockhampton. 7T1HE FINE FAST SAILING _J- Schooner ^ELIZABETH, Captain^Smith,?., is^ow goading,>?> at- the Factory ¿uncí' willik#e ide Rockhampton; on¿ or about the 'SOtli January,-intending) passengers must make am carly application"» to, ' .,'<,' W. KIRCHNER, Factory. Australian1 Joint Stock/Bank. NOTICE.-^This Báijk wiwin ? future be , , CLOSED EVERy SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock, a.m., «¡kmenc^g on thc 10th instant, ? '» " HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Grafton, 6th January, 1863.; ' To Shippers, of Wool, &c. ' THE A...

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

IMPORTS, j' f January C. -'Elizabeth, > from?* Nowcaítlo ¡-100 i ton' " 'P. Ii. Fraser mid Co.-; ¡ 20 tons cool, ,W. :-jAt"tr. , ' * îftmurry 8.- Grafton (s.) from Sydney : 1 trunk i dra'j^^E.''Pulto j 1 pair whcols; Bundook and Oo.; 1 ? .ï!i)<i,'i.^ines, 2 hogshead nie, W. JJ. Lawrence ; 5 cases | ¿<(I;£>Í'¡I6CS port, 1 hogshead alo, 6'bngB 'flour, G. willson ; 10 bogs flour, 71 mats sHgar, 12 caste beor, 2 r!i.í!í2 holf-chcsts 10 boxea toa, 1 quarlor cask vifii'i'w/leask bisouits,!2 cases oil, G enees gin, 10 b^£¡¡¡ V .âdlos, 1 box lobsters, 2 case» sundries, 1 rant ?c'N-k'ei Vases old tom, 22.bags Bait, 3 casos, TFiljjer ¡ b.'sntiiv,T. Jones ; 0 iD^ts sugar, 2 chests^qooxes -. .-. -i'!. Joños, ".^." -~8r,«-vM«~r '' tift'/i! cans pioklcs, 1 box raisins, 2 cases ojsrcrs, 8 'town s¡\')i'\ries, 2 bogs papor, 1 half box tobacco, ,60 ' bags'rifó,..Loo You ¡ 1 paokago cigars, J. Giluiioro j 10 iViaííí ¿ü|?ñ!vl högshoad 2 casks nie, J. M'Faddcn ;' 1 ?K'v.fA .á...

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OUR NEW POLICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

. --?-' ' ' ? ; ; OUR NEW POLICE. - -, -, . I / TÖ THE ÈDIToitt. OPTHE EXAMINER. Sin,-Boing in Grafton on ¿.visit on {tuesday lash I was muoh nlurmod foimy own safety and that of rinyi little boy, by a driwkftii mau #on horseback gullopiiig' ata furious paco up and down' tho 'footpaths of tho' .mainstreet; : Just,at tho Mino, ,oto of our Bworn pro sorvora of tho publio peace- a poliooman-pas'sod by on horeobaok, ond.took not tho slightest notice. : If the fatigue bf dismounting was too muoh for this party, ho>might luivo informed Iiis coHoagnos, ' or sent ono of our FOOT uolioo, who I bavo no doubt would hiive pBrjhrjnod^lio_dutyVwhiloj)o^ould havo quietly ridden bebind/aridlhus^iívo'Bavéfl "thorfoioB'froiu that blame which such laziness ts calculated to bring unon them as a bodv.\ I am, Sir, youra, 4o,, ' , ' ? A LADY PEDESTRIAN. ; South Grafton,january 8tli.' ' ' L

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

/CAMPBELL'S #E*E4ÍENTATI0N ^ : ALMANAC, Jp 1863/ containing | 194- PAGES of thingVwith knowing. T^TOW READY FOR DELIVERY- I J-l .",Campbell's Prcsfafitati/n Almanac," for 186& NO CHAHjSE./ /CAMPBELL'S ALMANA v-i ' WILL BE GIVEN IF YOU WANT AN ALM . ^ v , 1868; oo * ÇAMPBE : CLARENCE RIV At any time, and ..'get one w$hout paying, ' ? *,-,containing vast information. FOR SALE; by the undersigned, about I 15,000 FEET of CEDAR, and BEAN ;TREE BOARDS /and ^Q&NTLINGS, from 10 to 18 inche/.widre, miine timber | and well'seasoned. . . ..' ;t-. . '. SAMUEL OJOIIEN,: Ulmarra. .. ? FOR SALE,' several YOUNG/BULLS, by*ne imported bulls ¿CMd/Jacket," " Emperor," ;aiid Lowery.V//FOIV terms, apply to .WILLIAM SJ^ALL, ? Swan | Creek;' Grafton Volunteer Rifle1 Corps. M" EMBEDS OF A'HISJCORPS will . ASSEMBLE to) drill cm WEDNES- DAY EVENINGS ¡¿each'Béek,! at ' Graf ton, and SATURDAY WENINGS at Ulmarra, at 4 p.m., <,., ^ r7,v 'W. Â. ü. G1ÍEAVES, Captain. OBITER ION \ HOTEL, 1...

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

HOTE BT SAMBO. Budgery Cook : ho been gib dis foliar plenty natter, nlonty pudding. S'poso dat foliar look out blnckfollar, Sambo come. S'poso dat foliar yan alongor ribber, Sambo yan too. Budgery Cook, ho gib it nle-e-o-nty grog. No good Onp'on ; ho cawbaun rogue ; too much malto em blaoklellar work j too much look out gibbnli, Mundowee bolonging to dat foliar all de same liko ono Pumpkin. Can en cawbaun jorran when Euroka beonynn, and Walla Walla tuinblo down. What for dat foliar jorran bolongin' lo Wallawalla P Budgory Walla Walla 11 Cap'en no like it work ;-. he boon plenty sleep ; plenty yabber yabber;. Dat foliar liko one cockatoo ; balo lot em Sambo sloop. Budgery blanket bolongin' to cap'en but halo dat foliar gib it Sambo.. When Miaa'er Becke gib Sambo blanket t Whoa wo boon comp alongar Bulginbnr, me been make a light plenty gins sit down: alongar ribber,. Budgery black gin J Mebeon fleh close to Urara, but nate catch ora. Plenty catfish camp doro, look out bait. When dat ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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NOTE BY COOKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

NOTE BT OOOKET. I say, Sambo, the Skipper wants me to give a catalogue of the game we Baw in our trip I the other day. Don't you think he ought to be Batisfied with what we gave him to eat, and not promise his friends and the public a long bill of fare, which I am certain they will never digest? However, if I don't do it he will growl again, BO I will begin with the tough uns first, eagles and hawks. Aquila fucosa-wedge-tailed eagle. Pandia leucocephalus-osprey or fish-hawk, Haliastura sph'oneuris-brown hawk. Falco Melanogenys-black checked falcon. . Baza subcristata-crested hawk. Athene Boobook-small crown owl. Phalacrocorax Carboides-large black cormo- rant or shag. Phalacrocorax leucogastor-white bolliod sha». Plotus Novre Ilollanairo-snake bird, from its long snake-like neck, Bernicla jubata-wood duck. Anas supercihosa-black duck. Nyroca Australis-white eyed duck. Bizura Cobatus-musk duck. Scythrops Novo* Hollandia?, hornbilled or channelled billed cuckoo. Eudynnmua Flindersii-O...

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