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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. COTTON CULTIVATION ON THE CLARENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ? T ,-'.- ( - ' "JJ OTO columns uro opon to all^writovsl.who rofrafa: '. "from tho use of virulent language or .personalities j' but we aro not: responsible forxopinious ox prussed. ' . ' ' COTTON CULTIVATION ON THE CLARENCE. IO THE EDITOR OS ME EXAMINER. >:,"? StB,-It mByiiiterost'tho80,!wlio tako> on interest in the cultivation' 'of cotton, to know, that ono of tho mos t flourishing fields, I have seen in the district, has been crown by Mr. Thomas Brown, of Ulmarra, on a Bandy bruah soil, the proporty of Mr. M'Dougnl. "Ho first planted about throe noroB with new Orleans seed, furnished by Mr. Mooro, of the" Sydney, Botanical Gardens. Notwithstanding its entiro failure, he hos resown tho ground with the same desorption, which has oom© up abundantly.' ' ? Hehns now under crop three descriptions of cotton, tho "New Orleans," i^Sea Island" and. "Egyptian," and about half-nn-nove ù^ocurèd from Mr. Hamden,' nppnrnutly.tho ^ostrobuBji Sp tèomirig are the pl...

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

, %\m\\a at* *§tcgmonbr . . faininetV -. _._._,___ TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1863. THE Australian sovoieipi seems to have pro- duced as great a sensation upon tho mone- tary men at home,'« ns OiiivEit..TWIST'S .re.-, quest to the master of tbo workhouso for more cruel. Afc tho first glance of the matter it does seeni rather impertinent in a little chit like New South "Wales, claiming right of currency with;the imperial sovereign '-- the ( almighty dollar of tho British Empiro ; and yet when wo come to. look into the matter such a re [ suit miglitbo predicated from tho, relations which subsist between England and-hor colonies. ' ? 5: a' . , T '; Tho facts of ??!the'"cijgo; .aro simple enough, at least as far as tho - Australian colo- nies are concerned. " Soon. after tho gold discoveries, in Now South Wales there was u,- gvoiaqZii oxporfc ? '_of.'i gold;: from1 tile colouy, ar?d a 'great impart ? oft 'sovereigns': into tho colony. Tho obvious observation seemed to bp "that this was absurd...

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THE HEALTH OF GARIBALDI. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

THE HEALTH OF GARIBALDI: ' The bullet and splinters have been extracted from the foot of General Garibaldi, and his ?health bas since much improved. ; TEIEGEATH CHABOES.-We noticed ht our last that the Government bf. Tasmania had published their intention of reducing tho rates bf charges for the transmission of messages by tho telegraph, in order to populá riBOj as the Meroiiry observes, " that which" has hitherto been merely the luxury of the. rich, or resorted to by other classes of society tinder pressure of Bomo : special and ' extreme' urgency," The new Bet of regulations and scale of charges has been issued by the Go vernor-in-Obief. The following is the, new scale of charges. A private message to or "..frora any telegraph station in the colony.not Exceeding twelve wordB ls. Gd., for every - ; . :? additional word ld. For every Press mes ' "..«?aSe fi» . publication not exceeding thirty ' words, ls. 6di for Wiry' additional wordi-jld. .'.' Tho;'-Mercury !has, .W doubt ;that ít...

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RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

. RANDWICK ¡AUTUMN MEETING, ?., 1 , 1863. NOMINATIONS ion Q-BAND HANDICAP. Mr. -Thea's b. ./y. ''Dodgoiy by. Liiciibr-rDiano, aged; Mr. Richard's b.: c. Rioter, 3 yon ru;-Mr. Richards! b. c. Riflo - Bird, ' ii yuarà}. Mr. R. ;IIussoU's-b. in. Moas KOBO, 6 years j Mr; Spencer's cb; c. ScamivbyPilsford/iy'qars ; Mr.- R. Garter's b. g. Jib.'üporayß ye«r»j:Mr, 'Do ^Mestra'ovb.'.ra;' Lauristina,1 aged : -"Mr7*J;-Eales',1 Junr.7 b. n. .The .I)iiteIimati,'by Flyiii|[f Pieman, 3 years ; Mr. J. JÍHlenV.runr.-, ch. f. Last Chanco by Flying.. Pie man-Sitvcrtail, 3yoaw ; Miss Dickson's ch., m. . Zenobia, by Fitaforu.;.. Miss Dickson's b. li. St. Kildare (alias Slack .Tommy), by* Sir^Chark* Ellen, 4 yoars ; Mr..T. Ivory's br. Don - Coasacky 0years: Mr.' J. T.1 Ryan's eli/ gi ' Traveller; 4' voavs; Mr. J. T.-'Ryon's b.-'k;1!Promised Laud; il yen'n ;Mlr.;IV M.» Doylo'siicK, i=hV7Warrior, ¡,6. yeara ;.'-Mr.. A. Oheoke'sfch.; m.Zoe,ageaj,:Mr,-J. Tait's ch. g. Talleyrand, 6 years ; Mr. ;.G>, Lee's...

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FRIGHTFUL CALAMITY NEAR PITTSBURG—EIGHTY PERSONS KILLED. (From the Pittsburg Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

[^RIGHTFUL CALAMITY NEAR PITTS- BURG-EIGHTY PERSONS KILLED. ? (From the\ JPitteburg Chronicle.) OKE of.the moBt terrible and appalling cala- mities with which any community has ever been visited occurred this afternoon, at the -United" States Arsenal grounds, in the vicinity of. . the city. Even since the com- mencement¿»f tho present war, a large number of hands have been steadily employed at tho arsenal, in putting up fixed ammunition for the army. At first tho,work, was,done-by boys ¡ but fearing, from their careless habits, . that-some such accident; as. that. which ! has. just occurred,''.would follow their employment', »they were; some months ágp, discharged,'and syoung women; and girls, >'(asV being." more ?tractable and careful,, were employed, in,their ,stead.u. About one hundred and fifty pf these,, .together with a lew men,: were engaged to- day in( putting1 : up ? cartridges laböratoW buildings, when, from some cause or oilier, nu explosion took place. Tho buildings w...

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A WHOLESALE FORGERER. (From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

. - A WHOLESALE TOB&EREB. .. . (From tfJ Mhiilatid^Mercury.) v1 ON Friday, Patrick Huitcln'sou, on remand, waa brought before the bench at East Mait- land, éhargod with two more cases of utter- ing, , Mr. -Mullen again appeared for the prosecution.-Mr. W. 0. Greville, manager of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, "West Maitland, deposed : Ho knows defendant ; ho kopt an account at tho bank ; recognised the document produced, which is a promissory note for £60. dated 6th of November, '1862, at four months, purporting to be drawn by C. F. Soiling, in favour of P. Hutchison who endorsed thc same ; it was discounted, and the proceeds were placed to Mr. Hutchi- son'.? credit the same day ; it was given to witness by Hutchison liiinself, who gave a memorandum stating the particulars of the transaction ; this bill is a renewal of another drawn against by, tho defendant ; the bill was for a partial roneVal of one for ¿685 13B:, due 6th November, 1862 ; the difference £25 10a:, was pai...

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

Foïi'Smith's Flat> wW^k^iTJî E ï »TA. MER, DAY, 23ml Jiinuály. / .THOMAS P/SHE«, Agent. ^itOvT1 a«d B. R. S. N. COÍS/SITEÍVAI tí II IP A G N É S7I/WV I N G, for S YDNEY, an/n/lURSDAY MORN ING, nt daylight..-..,;. THOMAS. FISHER, Agent. ' , ' fr \ ;/r ? '; j§ettkf|¿ êmm Wmk. DIE V!I //TEL J JEHM'GE General Vc/sammlung findet naech sten. Samstag nen Á7ten um halb acht Uhr statt. Um /pjícnktliches 'Eintreffen wird besonders'gebeten. Der Vorstand. CATHOLIC SUBSCRIPTION FUND, originated with the-view "of securing the SERVICES OF A LOCAL DIS TRICT CLERGYMAN, for the, Clarence and Richmond Districts, collected by Mr. James Duffy :- . Alexandor Mackellar, Esq. ... £10 .0.0 Francis Sommers Hays,Esq; ... 2 0 Ol Charles Moore, Esq. ... . ... 2 0 0 Mr. James Duffy / /... ...10 0 0 Dixon V... / /../ ... , 0 10 : 0 Mrs/Brown. :..//./ ... 2,0 0 Mr. Madden ../ /7.. ... 2 0 0 . ."« Finucane- ../.' /-J:. ... "3, 3 0 : M'CalesterV. »/ . 2 2 0. Dillon :. James .Koujfkey | Owen Benne Miss Mary Anno C...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

ABSTBAOX OF SABLES BY AUCTION DUB . . im THE WEEK. :MR; THOMAS BAWDEN - At Tattersalls. Hotelj ba Monday, at H o'clock, Horses. OEIOKEI OMJB.-A meeting of gentlemen favorable >;to the formation of a cricket club, was held at Mr. John Gilmore's, Cricketers' Arins,ou^Vednesday last; Alderman Jones was voted^ntythe chair, and having briefly ex hplainedjthe, object of their assembling it was resolved 1. That a committee be formed, consisting bf the following gentlemen, with power to add» to their nuinbor, to inaugurate a cricket club, viz,-Messrs Maurice, Bamsay, : Jones, Wray, Lawrence, Smithers, and Gil- more." "2. That Mr. John Gilmore act ns I treasurer, and Mr. Maurice as secretary pro \ temi" "8. That it he called the 'Clarence Eivor Club;' " i. That an'entrance fee of 2, Cd, and ls., a week subscription, consti- tute membership.'^! ; This being the termina- tion of rae business, the meeting adjourned till; tp-moVo\yi,(WpÇnesday) evening, FnEE SninoiWN.-Oromo .Oanham,. Barrott'...

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A WEEK ON THE CLARENCE. BEING THE DIARY OF A BOATING PARTY, BETWEEN GRAFTON AND GORDON BROOK. INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 January 1863

A WEEK ON THE CLARENCE. BEING THE DIARY OF A BOATING PARTY, BETWEEN GRAFTON AND GORDON BROOK. INTRODUCTORY. THE writer has always been of opinion: that every simple narrative, if plainly told, with out affectation or exaggeration, might easily '??'IT be rendered productive of both amusement ri. and profit. In that conviction he offers to his fellow townsmen the following story of a j week's Christmas trip, up the Clarence. from Grafton. And as nothing can better conduce to a good understanding between the writer and the reader than that the latter should know his dramatis persona? to begin with, We will introduce them to him as follow. The party consisted of three persons only. We shall describe them by the names which ? they bore on the voyage - their' neighbours will know them, and strangers need not. And firstly, as the writer of this account chanced to be owner of. the boat, he was v ...dabbed Copiai», by' which name he ? will V hereafter designatehimself.. He trusts the ' high ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

EXPORTS. ;. ? January IO.-Grafton (a.), for Sydnoy : 93. balos wool, COG bags maize,: 7 bags* onions,' 8Q hides, 2000 ash1 staves, ,2¡ bundles' sheepskins,,.^ . boxes' oggp, 2' ooopB poultry, a quantity of cedar« boards, 1 horse, au'Isundries.' . ' ? > ?' >> : ., ;. ' '. > i. DESPATCH.-Tho Agnes'Irvingloft Fisher's ,-... ^aifi^Gr^on,',oa'r.T)ian|day evening, jyith J a full cargo, crossed the1 har ônFriday morn- ing, and arrivedtin Sydney at 0 a.m. on Satur .'- dayj .discharged 'lier cargo and reloaded, and' having sailed at ll p.'ïiî. the same ovemug,' crossed the.bar a^<7 a.'ro. yesterday, arriving; ¡at Grafton at 4,p.m,/ Sho.brings up a full, cargo, and. about'fifty. : passengers, having .(performed tho voyage to Sydnoy and back in! ;tlieunprecedented short space of 03 hours.,I ;"Wo are indebted to Captain Oroor for a copy of tho Soma Maws in addition.to our usual, files. w . ' ' :' The Grafton left FishorVwharf on Satur- day, the 10th instant; at é a.m.y an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

NOTICE.* mk I Our subscribers are informidrthat$subscrip ' tiona 'for the past quarté''ar^ now due, and a settlement of the same is' respect- fully solicited. t f

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

Cïitrçiue litó licïj)noit|^V TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1863.V , i *a* In order, .to mako room ; for tho "news by tho ' steamer, we have been compelled to j omit our,loading article. , . ,.

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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. TO THE DIRECTORS OF THE C. AND R. R. S. N. COMPANY. P[?] FAVOUR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Oun coliímns uro opon lo all writers who refrain from tho uso of.virulont langungo or personalities. ; but wo aro not responsible for opinions ox-, v. ' pressed;: . ? !.. / .' . ? . -^- ' , 1 ¿I TO THE DIRECTORS OP THE 0.-ANDR.,Ú S. NrtiOMPANY. . M_ Q-ENTiitUBN i^-As^bne'. interested in tlib^adyaiice-, ,iuèht of the Clarence1; district^11 :ean íreídilyJ ap-, ireoiatOvTpurexertions in tho cauao of commer- cial progress, by giving;us,rapid steam commtini /catiph'^ put as .complaining '.Ogoinsi tho maimer in. which' that communiqation is, (ir)-règùlate'd at tho; prbseut time, '.appears ' to hâve bbcome'alniost gorioról,,I havb thought that I-mightperhaps have a grumble also, eapocidlly os' thore appears; to me to bo grounds of cómplnintj that1 nono of tho other grumblers (haye touched upou. , . -, - .. .. .. In the first place, there- isunder -the- pres en t; aiTaugemerits groat loss eustainetl by consignees"; iindisuippers,'through tho manner in'wliick' their ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

SHIPPING JNTELL5QEMCE. j ' fi,..{« ARRIVALS.-. /!.,,'?./.' . ' > ^January >I4:-~Agnes -Irving! (s.)i dOO.totis, ¡ Captain- H. Creer,' from Sydney 12th íüstaut;,' Passengers-Mr. Hays,'Mr. ?l)1e\ibnald,VAiid! IO'iii.the.stcorago. '. *' V \ January 19.-Agnes Irving (s.); 400 tons, ".. Captain Crcer, from-Sydney 17th'instant. vi Passengers-Mrs. Purdie and child, Mr. and Mvs. H. Barker and child; Mrs. Steuart, Mr. Mrs; Miss and Master Blencowo.-Mrs. Sam, Messrs. Bishop, Pullen, Devonald. . . Hassall, and.35 .iu the steerage;

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

. LÍ ' DEPARTURES. . «. - . January 10. -Grafton (s.), 240- tons, .' ...Càptato'Maides, for Sydney. . . /, January'lC-Agnes Irving j (s.), 400 tons¿ ? Captains breer, for Sydney. vPrssongors ? . Mrs. Steuart,? Messrs. Shannon (2), .Pullen, 'Dev'onald, and 6 in the steerage. ?>-, .

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

. SECOND'-..DAY.'. , \ ' ? Pirat Kaco.-^The ¡Sawyer's Purse, of £15, second horse to receive p3. .. Mr. Drynan's b, g. .Nimrod . -.1 . Boyd's b. g. Van O'Kooko..,. 2 Mnxwoll's g. g. Juok...,.'.. 3 . 'Second Unce.-Ulie,Consolation Stakes,,of £10, for all beaten horflos j. ón'o-jnilo. ... . ;, Mr. Boyd's bi g. Ivis ... .\...v.'. 1 Sally and Cantab also ran. .;??:>? ??_ Tliird Hace,-The "Forced Handicap.of;£1, ?with £5 added. 'One milo. " " ' Mr. Beattio's o, g. ProBpoot.v... 1 Brown'Bb'. g. ^Soldier ;v;.;....lo.-. «..!.'.';.2 Boyd's b. g. Ivis- .-.V.-.,.. ".. 3 The meeting'cldsoa with-'aHurry .Scurry ; after which was-a foot race", that created cop-, sidorable amuseraout^audr-the..-; company.'. . shortly after dispersed'; not a littlo proud; .bfj; < tho manner in which thoir first meeting had/ passed off. . .\ ? On Tlmrsday, morning, a. house, .was acci-1 dentally, burnt.down àtl?ivo Dook. . Two mon,- nanwd;Frank < Evers ¡and\. James M'Ohrystlo, were severoly ...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

BEFOBE, the Police Magistrate. : * . '.; > .... .>.' ,.' . : iUKNEB: T. ^ OASSOIf. -, ':.'j t \ . :. This was an action undor.tlie Mastors;and Servants'Act, to recover th'orBum of £9 5s., alleged to. bo ; duo fon.wages.-. :T!ie defendant denied hisliability, and tho. plaintiff having failed . ta prove ¡his ; case, it .was! dismissed. \ ! . -, ¿TX A ? . «?_:_^_ ').. W . I . ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

MARRIAGE.       McFARLANE—McAULAY—By special license, at Tyrone Villa, Grafton, on the 15th instant, by the Rev. James Collins, Mr. Duncan McFarlane, of   Carr's Creek, to Catherine, daughter of Mr. Alexandre McAulay, also of Carr's Creek.         DEATHS.     LIZARS.—On the 1st October, at her residence, 39 Charlotte-street, Leith, N.B., Mrs. Rachael     Lizars, relict of Mr. James Dryden, supervisor of Excise, aged 70 years, (aunt of Mrs. James Bryce, Lawrence Hotel, Clarence River.) Any relations in the colonies are requested to accept of   this intimation.               SCHRODER—On the 10th instant, at the residence of his parents, 645, George-street South, Edward William Herman, only child of William and Harriet Schroder, a...

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LICENSING MEETING,—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

LICENSING- MEETINO-TUESDAY.'/ BEFOHE Messrs. "W. .Robertson nud À. Lardner, J.P.'s ,   Mr. John Strauss, senior, applied for ? a publicans'general license for his promisés, situate in Prince-street, Grafton, to bo known as the sign of the "European Hotel". Aplication granted                

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 20 January 1863

Tji SAB I EN, B U T C II EB, ???V* begs to announce to Iiis friends that ie has DISPOSED OF HIS BUSINESS to Mr. THOMAS*, HEWITT, and solicits on his behalf a continuance of the support BO liberally bestowed on himself for the last six years ,; feeling assured that-rfo effort will be wanting on the part bf Mr. Hewitt to give every satisfaction. Mr. Sabieñ" also takes this opportunity to offer his sincere thanks to his supporters fo/' the liberal patronage bestowed onAim d/rip^¡ thc titne he has been in business -rp HEWITT, referring lo thc above,begs . to intimate1*, that thy business will be. camed on as fonnWy, at/he premises lately -occupied by MrAE\ Sabien, Queen-street, .arid ne trusts by the punctual and careful ex- ecution of all orders, to merit thc recommenr dation of his predecessor. His arrange-, mcnts will enable him to supply his custo ' .mers, with as GOOD MEAT as can behad in the district. i 'GRATIS! ÍO UrSTOMERS j ! :ri AMPBE^LUSV%ESENTAÍION . V . ALMANAC/ fort 1863, ...

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