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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

'PRODUCÉ CIRCULARS. . - : - ' . 'WHOLESALE.-' , ,(-; '. ' [ANDERSON, CAMl'BELt; ¡AND'co'.'s]'¡ Ï ',' Wo hav^no changes of importanoa to report for the past week, armata havo not been over many' with the ozcontio\of Maize. 1 .: Wheat ia ifanythng a'sliadelower j but almost any quantity could be placed at a rate. f ? ¡ i : ; i i >'»?".' i" Maize contmues in good demand at 6s. y ..,;.», ? : ?Baoon-"Gd, to 8d. porlb..:forprimo' . ' Barley-Ss; Cd por busliol. : " M r ??: Bran, ls id. \ j > ' . ! T Maize-Ssrper bUslftlY M ? -\,. i-f. m Butter-2sVpcr lb. iackWud «.....¡.- . < i ' Calves-6s foUOs,o.ß* Y , OhccBo-3dftÀ6d ,'. r /. ."Plour-fluoatltfown-£13 to £14 per ton. Ditto-Ano AdVlpido, £18 to £14 por tón /-Ditto, fino Country,' £18 do., . >, ' v '¿"Hay-fJjuccmoj'ÍG to £710Ü per ton ?' '.'Hides, heavy-8s. to 12s. each ? ?>'? -.>'.: M- ? J.< Onions, 10s to 12s por cwt. i.vtvrf, t. I'- ' Wheat-Adelaido Now, 6s. Gd.i > . I . Ditto-Now South Waloa, ia G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

apply Creek. üvcrnl ULLS, bulls ternis, i Swan. EOR PRIVATE SAI^-v/y CHEAP, , . a 70-acrc PARM OT RICH jfilUSH' LAND, high banks au^leM river Mintage. | '? -CROWN TITOS. y 'Jj' ' ? A;lsO a fine! blo«r ofynd, near Mr.' - Avery's Farm...... ~ w.jf- i , T . -E^P.i SAMSON. Iraftonl^ \ v- ' To Farmers, Splitters.^4c. , 'IA AAA 'SILKY /OAK/ or > ASH J-VjUVV STAVES^qníred; by , , . " >' WM.' KIRCHNER, Factory. Grafton ¡ Volunteer Corps. Tl/I EMBERS OP THIS/CORPS: will, Ml ASSEMBLE tc/lriMn WEDNES-, -DAYr EVENINGS Mistocbjjwcck, nt Graf- ton,, and 'SATURÍJÍY /EVENINGS at1 iiUlmarrnj at 4 pim. '? W. A. B. GREAVES, Captain. Clarence Investment am «.,»?. "i';.' Society, Building H/fEETING at » ttfc SfBH 1TI ARTS; on theáí*t «AT, ieach .montti! at 6 o'clock /i.ii: 2Ck\ \ JAMES S.t. -PATRICK'S DAY- RACES, AT SOUTH GRAFTON. T. ligns) and Under, its, UESDAY, 17TH MARCH.! '8 6 8\'-«! **' _ ' ,,; v ? , >.f I )t- > STEWARDS,' 'V . ' MB.' KENNEDY1 W I MB.'>jA1srEs''CowATSi..: "r p,wMjB....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

\ j School of ; Arts, Grafton.; ! FRIDAY ,'januaiy/Ái'lWñ'x. , BEADING will bi ^ , J. L. MICJ pell as above. Eli,, Secretary,!! N.B. T'HOMAS -/HEWITT,! *1 ' (SuccosaorywE. Sabion,) ! -ii' B Ü' WÖ H E-. 'K1 . QUEEN-STKEBJ, B-EAFTON,, 1 'j-Cjoort. meat of jjjvery «lescrip tioni ! '-HND-.T I CïEf.^:M/;r.i:^ ,::f:.;'.j > ?; j.. . ; ? ui w! lu-, ,II..¡IÍS j lypR.'II: BOOTH, aili Mr.1 [P. G! HEWITT, are Merely Mthc-risçd j tq receive money on ml alcouwt ; their rei ceipts being a sufliciept liscbiavgo' for1 thc same;:i" ' * \ THOMAS HEWITT. .Queen-sFreet, Grafto» January 26th. ¡ 1 A LL DEBTS DUE to M Uinjcrsignbä, ^- .are .to be l^pD hporeyie lat i of Febtii'aryV er thutâil} Mt hanrnd over I to, 'his solicitór'for fícovcíy. *S J'f .? io; T', ' JOHN M'FÀDDEN. .A S'-li THE 'UNDERSIGNED intends r/x i VISITING . SYDNEY ¿shortly, to1 make' EXTENSIVE CASH PURCHASES; he¡ will'feel óbligcdit^ll'pJlrt& indebted to him'settling theirgjîgt yajor accounts, at an1 early1 dutei ' ' , THOMAR ...

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SYDNEY. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] Sydney, Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

S TP H'BÍT.V I , ; BY-ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. M Xii [THROUGH QBEVILLH AND ijlM).] ,, ) i; '-\ ! Sydneyi Mondày/nieht. 9B:' .#okp^n scommitted 'suicide .bj mB laking laudanum on Saturday. BB Another supposed escort robber bas baan, Bfl apprehended at the Weddin Mountain, Bfl Better news from the Lachlan. BB It is stated, in a private letter received by flfl the last mail, that Sir Daniel Ooopor ia to ba RB created a baronet. BB . : Ort ¿¿¿-that Mr: Eobert WiâdoraV'haa been BB offered tho Inspectorship ,of Prisons, and that "WÊ Mr. Cowper wdl dismiss' Captain Scott, the flfl Police Magistrate, and Mr. Henry Connell, ? H tho Clerk of Petty Sessions; andfe-model the BJ Police Office. ''-V H % (Iront the papers) ^ BJ k ^R\'¡II:H\PAB:KE8^ Bj Ws^by\tho,Spray pf the Ocean; which arrived BJ to n I^%V^'P?'-H'. P^K^l«télyéngíged Jfl with"-ÎÇÏi\Dalley in lecturing through the BJ )Jnitea<K|n'gdom,' on ,the advantages, of Nev BS South. W^os as n field, 'for/immigration.-- H , &ate-...

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SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

WA ,}^B!tfóroYthe Police .Magistrate.uvj'á j 1 J A t ii Ûi AlJSCONDINp.: y >i.'; i iilfh'OJ^ i; .,] Horton, were ..brought -before the. Bench, charged;with'! having I obtained .ädvancoi of money.from Mr. John White, (tlwjcqntrrictor,, for 'the Glàonce'Eivôir bréale,ívafcór/ánd after- wards- absàmdiig tíjma ;their hired: Bèrvico., Sôrgeant.]ÇeBga| deposed\ta apprehending tho prisoners 'tko raovious »vening, near Nymboida. ; OnjtheipplicVtirm -of i Sergeant Keegan," they werowemandett to Graftoni gaol until Friday noxA for further evidence. OMOKET.~IU coiiBequenco of the unpro- pitious stato of the weather, and the absence through illnesstiud other'causes of several members of each side,; tho, impending ¡match between, . tho. Pickwick Club and' South Grafton wrtB;inutually agreed to bo postponed until a .future occasion,. A scratch-match was however' got .up' between' tho"-parties', present, * for ^ five : shillings a » bat.1 . The- rain came;down< in\ torrents!at interv...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

va:: | TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1863. . - m rr r\ tr <\ '. et \r >.<? v. <:< (irv - ~ . IT requires -,butlittle., acquaintance with; the j %ti^-o?;the' fcqlôny,':tô jasrorïàin ' the factj thatpííñ'ány Bf our^principal towns, have' ibecbmewhafrthey-'aye;' by their ^connection iwithJbéibaók country' j^frorn 'mere1'stations hnith\frontier theyjhave become /centres ' of commercial activity^ and; afford scope fotj tho < p^rbfitable usbofintehigence and'capital <:r \ üil'he baçk county of the interior; is 'riohliii : <pa'storal>pYo'ducè -Tfoo profit'upoii Which flre^ ¡good, ' if not 'largfti-^he produc ts must', lwnr- \ eyer besentto a\{iiarket. beyond' itselfAte: . .meet1 with pnrchase\: this sending to, market? \ involves cotoderotilo : labor atid 'expense ^ whi'le the BÚnWifisJriecR^ , teiíánce . bf \wb'"persbhs^einployed iñ< the production have' to be furnished from with- out, which alsoinyolyes....

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

V."' ".'^'.fefc-TX^T ', .®.:lí MERC IA L . , ; , : --j '1 ? ' - . o ? ?. ? . il - 'j- i:- ? " ..,..,'.;(. . [TUOMAS BAWDES.] !., .r -,Trado Ima boon rather dull .during tho last week, owing no doubt in a groatmcasure to tho unfavourable state of tho weather. ? '. -: .'.I'M- vi ,-1 Horsos.-l.fcavo Bold ono at £10, and .ono affaS/. , Land-p-tf haA several lots offering,- but the demand is ratherljpJtodV ' . *S «-......-, ".?. ' vf iSccd.Pomtoes-OM in demand. 1 < i . Tuoiua,jBÁv~o\p, juiaioneer and broker, land, stook, aftTt*g6)ioral commission agent, ROOOB, Grafton, January 26th. ¡ \ '

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EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

-:-:- ..... ,--. EUROPEAN NEWS. - . ' ;; (From.tJio Home'1 JSews.)'? r _-¿I..? _? 1 it.-Ut.jyJ. - '_i_ nil* :i* »» 'A iw weera ago; tue "iemnie j^jouum . -. thé heroine of the G and o'f> tho transit bf :thó-Thaine's" .ou "a ' tight ropo2000 Teet in length'iri; August,: 1802-^ was 'rorabvod on brutcho.3 from St. Bartholp-; bieVsiHospitalj'a cripple for the'rest pf Ker difej fróm , the 'accidè neck of the thigh-bone, more than twp months ago, at Highbüry-bárn. I i The heroine, with a couragetruly.).-characteristic, wished the surgeons to,amputate,tho limb, if.it could 1 not 'be i?éïïdered~:ÎEémceable, ;' rather, as jshe observed, than have it dangling " uselessly j by the side'pf the; other',1 niid1, requiring support which she' might find .very difficult ; to obtain for; tbe'/rimintenancb'- bf tho sound ono.. "What renders the. case( ..pf this unfortunate 'artiste'the inore distressilig isj shó is tho only support of an . aged ' father' and invalid V^án^ror fofcíA crintaino accido...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

JÍEFOEE OaMain Hill, l'.M.,' and Mr.VJL.) Lardner, J.P.Y ' , '?'<?'. 'V MAUT MTCEB T. JOnN DAVISON. jThlfl wak aiÄwplicatioh for tho support. of tón^eVtidute\bild, of which the defendant «ras-thö. deputeu father. Mr. Michael for plamtiffVMr. Barker for defendaut, and an' order foru!5s. per week, for two years, was taken-bykonsent.- "' jü&^j < ' " " ' KEN^D Y. GBEGOBY. \ i "j - i : ¡This was* a cláibi oí £6 for^wages^álleged' to beVuo to tho,plaiati£f,by a breach of;con iratt; \J7rancia Kent', deposed : i he ' agreed íwitlVMfc CainpNbcÙ in Sydney, about tho ;30th; 'fâtàtoro^^ serve' hiracas\adraper, at his stores, nt ^Grafton, conducted W Mr. Gregory, ? at¡ th^'rate-jöf £ßÖ per aqjnim; ''he * h'ad ' nbt'!a jcopy/jof. the! agreement with him; he j conti- nued in Ids stores at Grafton (abpút¡twp :m¿iitllp, he\wá£then discharged ;' thó¿agree 'hnht swtemtnve WAS to bo a month's warn-,. Jngf om 'oitnerVsidd ; ho did not'get! the month's ; warang he claimed a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

Steam - to Sydney« , ,, AG-NJES i!^kk-aÇ for SYDNEY, oVTO-MOMlOW (V ; ';i M2SDAY) MORNING, itt daylight .Vi , ^QMAg FISHER;^ *, ;^LA'UENQB.'ANÍi,;iU; 'í; - ? STEAM NAVIGATION . .steamers, will fr .V rateé :- ¿" '?'. ' " ; ?Bctum;,-l%kot._ m '../; ". .?!'^4a'tiLMÖUTH ;Sifèam!Ç$^ '.'.t VÜÍÁÍTONJ;' wîlfî%ak^a-tripJ: from' Grafton to Brisbane and/back';'carly ¡in . . March fahd ;wiU;coutii»¿^ monthly ' ? : should'suiMelii^ >s$v ? ?'. : ' s For "Eoblîhajxiptè'n/ ^.. ,/fpïÎE PINE F/VST SAILING. ".^1, Í-,Scho^ér.^LIZABETH, Captain 'Smith, '^;/iow:áoatliií|:: .' nt the Factory,' 'ariel",will 4©VE wc Rockhampton^ in the có)irstv\)f':nf fóv/íays. intending passengers must'.máke an carly application to, ?' \i ! ' . '? ' ' 1 : Wi KIRCHNER, Factory.^ Australian Joint Stock Balik. ,^OTICE,^hismanlc;\rÄ; future.^0, 'i^/'^ÖS^/iVM^MÜltiDAY, at |2 o'clpcVa.mij^co^ipencing on thc/lOth instant. .? ? :'¿JL ' . ^ .HENRY jCU^MERT, Manager. , ' Grafton, 6th'; January, 1863.- .;. I i ; ; ..To' Shippers, ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 27 January 1863

IMPORTS.           January 19.—Agnes Irving (s.) from Sydney: 2 hogsheads ale, 1 hogshead 2 casks porter, 1 hog:- head rum, 3 cases brandy, 3 cases gin, 2 boxes candles,     .'iîi.s.J.'Ôilinorej'Jili mata' áugar,''10- 'bags ' flour, M. ' \ O'Keefo ; 1 case varnish, 1 caso bats and balls, 1 case ink, 1 ease ¿bair«, 1 can turps, 2 cans oil, 1 cask white lead, 1 bolo bags, 1 case, 10 bogs (lour, 1 trunk i; boots, T. Fisher j 1 case,.0. Zimmlor j 8 mats sugar, 'j 2 holf-chesta toa, 1 box candles, A. Dempster; ¿cases, ii v.'oil,'2 cases sundries, least, 1 truss, I ' case bitters, S . ,, cases brandy,! quarter-cask treacle, 1 caso mustard, ^drapery, E. Potts; 5 cases, 1 ibhest, 13 packages i i. . Furniture; Dr. Anderson ; l ease, 2 bundles buckets, 1 bundle shovel*, 1 keg nails, 2 bundles iron, 40 bags rice, 5; bags sugar, 1 package tobacco, 20 boxes candles, ! bag 12 boxes chinese goods, G basket*,...

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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. COAL ON THE CLARENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. --*--"- ,' \; OUB columns uro opon tb all writers who refrain from tlie «so of virulont language or personalities j but we are not responsible for opinions ox 'pressed.. ' ? -; . ,-- ;' . COAL ON THE CLARENCE. TO TUB BDITOB OF TOE XXAMINKB. . SIB,-I noticed Bomo Bbort time back n paragraph in your paper, haring reference* to a discovery ¡or coal by some person near Copmanhurst, also in a Into issue of the HeraW-in the Grafton correspondent's letter mon (¡un is made of a diteorery of tho'same mineral by the writer and others, while on a boating excursion up the river. ; . I do not of course wish to toko away from those parties rcspeetirely any little eredil that may be due to tliem for their assistance in promoting the welfi.ro of this district, by' developing its mineral resources ; but as they appear not to be aware of tho fact-1 beg leave to state for their information and that of others, who may bo curious in suoh matte», that Coal was discovered on tho C...

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HORRIBLE MURDER OF A SWEETHEART. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

HORRIBLE MURDER OE A SWEET i HEART.' ON Friday a painful'state of excitement was created ot Oirencoster by the news, that a barbarous murder had been committed at the pleasant village of Kflndcombe, about four miles from that town, on the Cheltenham road, the victim being ii young woman- named Sarah Moss, and the murderer j-a man named Wil- liam Mealing, who was engaged to ber mar- ried to her. .;.?..... . . . . The murderer, William Mealing, is about twenty-six or twenty-seven years of age, and is an agricultural labourer. L He is a tall, thin young man, with a stupid expression of countenance and ungainly appearance, and with the stooping gait peculiar to men of his class. His father and mother are labourers in the same parish, and bear a respectable character. . Sarah Moss, the unfortunate victim 'of this dreadful crimq, was about thirty-two years of age, anddiad been for some time staying at the cottage, of her father, which :is. situate in" a secluded part of the r^ad, near the...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

.>'::l'S-y EXPORTS. January 3!.-Agnes Irring, («.), for Sydney i 128 bales wool, G07 hogs matoo, 2 boxos egg's, 2 coona ' poultry, and sundries. ? ; : ,

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

: RICHMOND RIVER. ? . ÁBIlirAM. ! , . , . . J /¡."January 17.- Volunteer, and Ehoderick I Dhu, from* Brisbane. -, ? January 19-Helen, Janet Diekson, Storm ! King, and Coraki, from Sydney. , i January 20.-Callendar, from Sydney. ' January 22;-Cyclone, from Brisbane. ».id-Black Diomond,vfor Sydney. ~s -\.-. '' ?.>Tho';Grafton left Sydney on Siturday, afc 2. p.m.;. crossed the bar nt six n.tu. on Monday, and arrived in Grafton at ll'SO a.m. the same day. The Grafton experienced moderate north-easterly breezes with fine weather throughout tho passage. The Agnes Irviug wns passed afc' tt p.m. on Sunday, off Smoky Cape. > ' . ' The Agnes Irving left Fisher's Wharf, on i Saturday morning, and crossed the bar at 9 a.m. on Sunday. . ' . ,< Wo understand tho A gnes Irving will leave Sydney on Saturday next, for Graftau, at noon. , ' As tho schooner Snowden, -.pf! Melbourne, was leaving' Sydney on Wednesday afternoon, lound for Newcastle, in-ballast, in endea- vouring to clear...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

.; GRAFTON. POLICE COURT. FBIDAT. > BEFOEE Captain Hill, P.M.¿ and Mr. A. Lardner, J.PV ! - ¡ , : í - . ''_»_.' .ABSCONDING; ' George King, Henry Berry, and'William Horton, were brought before the Bench, perauant to remand, charged with abscond- ing from the hired service of Mr. John White of Wolli, Clarence Uiver Heads, after receiving the advance of £2 10s. each for passage money. David Hamilton deposed : r^-he was superintendent of the Clarence Uiver breakwater, for which Mr. J« Whito was the contractor ; tho agreement produced is the one upon which the informations were laid ; the accounts handed in contain the advances made to the prisoners ; they arrived at the Heads by steamer from Sydney on the 19fch January ; they did not go to work, but took themselves off to Grafton next day j there are three others away from tho works for which warrants aro taken out. By Mr. Barker : he believed the prisoners left tho day niter arrival ; Horton carno to him for atoros ; the agreement ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

NOTICE TO. 'ADVERTISERS. : ADYBRTISBUKNTB for < insertion Sm,,, Tuuriny'a . , .*<.'.>. issue must bo forwardod (o tho !ÓIBoc not later than'four'o'olook on Monday"(iftorno'on j and . . uoticos of withdrawal, not later limn oleren o'olouk on Saturday, i<t ? .*"* ADVBBTiaKMENTa sent to bo insortocl in (lie EXAJIINKU without' a apouillo order ns lo tho numbor ot times, will be cont inned undi couti j teriuandcd, and charged für accurdingljr. -

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

ABSTRACT OF SALÉS BY AUCTION DUB« 0 r> ING THE WEEK. ' / 'MR; THOMAS BAWDEN -At Tntleraall's, Hotel, on Monday, at lb o'clock, Horaas. V HOSPITAL.-The election for, committee for tho above institution for the present year^wül take place on Friday next, tim 6tli instant, at noon, at theSchool'of Arts,; .Grafton: Subscribers of £1 and upwards aro eligible to vote. x .. ? ACCEPTED TENDEB.-Tlie undermentioned tetider^ has been accepted by the Govern- ment.^^Ir. John Strauss, for tho supply of materialS\for fencing at the Grafton gaol. FREE SELECTION. - Alexander M'Phee, Ulmarra, 67 acres, ' country of Clarence, parish of Ulmarra, portion-No. 234, on Broadmouth Creek, Coldstream River. De- posit paid, £16 15s. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PBOVIDENT SOWEIT. -Weare informed tfyat Mr. James Page, ! stationer, Grafton, has been appointed agent for the above. We hope that this valuable society will now llave the support of this district. . - i \ X, V MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.;V, Our attention was- yesterd...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

Clarence ató |licjjin<»u) , familier, TUESDAY,' FEBRUARY 3, 1863. THE distress in Lancashire lemains un- abated, but rattier increased by the aggrava- tion of winter and the appearance of malig- nant fever. Wantand hardship are always the forerunners of that terrible scourge. The reports of the médical officers of thc several unions arc appalling. One medical officer reports 300 cases as against 54 in 1861. Fever, measles, scarletina, reheuma tism, pulmonary, and other diseases rapidly increasing and every prospect of great morta- lity during thc winter ; the p'oor creatures have neither money nor credit, and are destitute of the common necessaries of life, subsisting on Indian'-meal and other cheap articles. Without bedding or blankets they are found huddling round the fire at night for warmth-starving upon the parish allowance of eighteen pence a week wasting away without any means, of re- cruiting the strength. Typhus is setting in, which will spread through the countr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, .. , - ARRIVAL. . . i, .. February 2. - Grafton (s.), 2i0 : tons, **\ Captain Maiden, from Sydney. Passengers -12' in ,the steerage. ' , . " . ? '

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