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

DEPARTURE. " " - .January 31.-Agnes Irving (a.), 400 ton»,' Captain Creer, for Sydney. Passengers-: Mr. Bellhouse, and 13 in tho steerage; '

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

MARRIAGES. POTTS—LOCHHEAD—On the 17th January, by special license, at St. John's Church, Darling- hurst, by the Rev. J. Haydon, M.A.,   Edmund Potts, of Grafton, Clarence River,       to Margaret Sarah, youngest daughter of the   late James Lochhead, Esq., of London.     MORROW—ALLISON—On the 28th January, by special license, at the Episcopalian Church, Grafton, by the Rev. A. E. Selwyn, Frederick Morrow, of Clarence River, to Susanah Allison, of Sydney. DEATH. HAYNES.—On the 2nd February, at the resi- dence of his grandfather, Racecourse,     Grafton, Albert William, only and beloved son of Edwin and Elizabeth Hynes, after a long and painful illness. "The Lord giveth,   and the Lord takethaway, blessed be the name of the Lord.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY.           BEFORE the Police Magistrate, and Mr. A. Lardner; J.P.       ^Goddard v. McMahon.-This was a claim of £3 3s., for ploughing; certain lands, the property of defendant.1 Verdict for plaintiff with costs. " " \ ? , ; ' . Morris s. Benson.-This was a claim of £9, for two head of cattlo.supplied to'defen- dant, on thkôrder of Mulligau. Tho plain- tiff was non-suited ; being tho wrong party to sue, he only acting as drover. - . ; , Simon v. Bassler.-This was a claim of £5 4s. for rent. The only dispute was as to the amount. The plaintiff swearing that the rent was to be at the rate of 5s. week ; the defendant asserting that he was to have the place at the rate of 1s., on the understand- ing that he was to take care of the ground. Verdict for plaintiff, £5 4s. Mr. Michael appeared for the defendant. Hyde v; Mulligan.-This was a claim of £4 Ss. being t...

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

DWARD GREER, ' COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Prince . street/ Cirnflun. E Tilia hotçJ>k/r^ete/with every con- venience for travellers. Good stabling fon .horses. ; ' . 748 EUROPEAN HOTEL. » TOIIN STRAUSS, SEN., begs to inform; tho 'inhabitants of. Grafton andi'the! . surrounding . districts, THAT HE HAS; fj U' S T 'O 1' E N EB his two-' storied bride, building yni Trince-street;| AS A FIRg&CUßS/ÍIOTEL.'1 . 1 ; ¡Wines, spiritfl^&cy^&q/; Mive been se-: , Iectèd with great care. / ^ . i w r¡ ,o ot. Jv , S. hopes by strict attention to the'I 'comfort of his g/ests, to merit and obtain* a | liberal share of'public patronage.- ? ? ! ? v' IV li- - Comfortnlile homes, for families nml travellers visiting i Gratton. , r ' , ;'' CHARGES VERT' MODERATE. '? ,/CHALLENGE. - rThe " undersigned * \S having arrived in ; Grafton from Yul-1 , gilbar, and offered tojruu^anyiforse, weight for age} one mile/, onytyyftit >¿ould¡ get no one in all Grafton toíaVc í^Jip. , Challenge still o...

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

WANTED, t\vc/-of I three FENCERS. Apply to »./MARTIN, Alumny Creek j or to jfyfTllICK MULVINA, Grafton. WHITE SATIN SHOES, ls. '?? ïicrpinr, lld. AT e CLARE: BELL'S, R STORES, MEDICAL WORKS, by Mr. Wm. J. ANDERS01 HYSTERICAL, Äypochondriacal, Epileptic qncU othtfr Nervous Affec- tions. Post 8vo^Qlothyûs. The Diseases I of Pregnancy. ^Post 8vo. Cloth, 4s. ' Hy- sterical and Ne/vous> Post8vo. ClotR, lsv Children, 6d. JAMES PAi street, Grafton. ffectiona of Woman. Continued Fever in Stationer, ? Vrince Notice to Consignees and Shippers per Clarence and Richmond River: Steam Navigation Company's Steamers/ *&>fe|k. i^N^D^AFTERthelstof ifrjlffifjiyfc v Marcmnext, the steamers of this Corrffanviy will DIS- CONTINUE fALLING AT GARE'S- (late Steuaft's) WHARF, LAW RENCETOWN, calling only at the "Com- mercial," late " Bawden-s " Wharf. TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary. NOTICE,-I hereby authorise Mr. E. 1»: SAMSON, to-c/leçP'at once, my OUTSTANDING/DEB'PSJ AND TO SUB FOR THEIR ; Ijf...

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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 — 3 February 1863

S T D N E T. , BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ' [THBOUGU GBEVILLE AND BIBB.] : - i . v Sydney, Monday,'night. ' Burdekin lioabeenNreturned to the Legis- lative Asse.i\blyVas 'member for Liverpool Plains.' ? ."' : \ - \ . The Fitzroy Iron - Company have com- menced operations, v .. \- . ¡ ', The Government are ordering' 10,000 tons of rails." ? Mr.1 Nagstaffj formerly Poto's manager of tho Northern railway, poisoned himself on Friday last, at Maitland. - . Dr. Lang is about starting a weekly paper. A weekly paper will shortly appear, con- nected with builders and contractors. {V \ (from ihe\papers) CooffATop * IsiiAWD/4- Subordination ap- pears to be as far distant at the penal establishment at Cockatoo Island as ever. Sômé .thirty or forty of the worst criminals on the island are in rebellion. They declare that they will not do another stroke of work until the Government comply with an alleged promise fo establish ¿system of com- mutation of sentences. About one o'clock, on Tuesday morning,...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH,] [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] Sydney, Monday, Afternoon, February, 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 February 1863

]. LATEST COMMERCIAL j PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ; WHOLESALE. [UT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH",] [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'s] Sydney, Monday, Afternoon, February, 2nd. X' Maize, 5s to 5s 3d per bushel Wheat, 4s to 4s 6d ditto ' No other changes. .\ Bacon-Od. to Od. per lb. for primo- ; , ? ' ' \Bnrlcy-3s. 6d to 4sper bushoL ..." .7" v v . ; \ Bran, la 4d . :?}:? \ -.. " .!.".,;'. ' : Maizo-Gs por bushel \ Butler-2s. por lb. in demand ??.:? ! ' Calves-Gi to 40a eaoh ~ ?»?- ^ ChccBo-3d to Gd 1 .. -Flour-flnoat Town-£13 to ;£14 por.ton. >. : j .j. Ditto-(ino Adelaide," £18 to £14 por,ton j- ; : , *?<? >, Ditto, Ano Country, ¿13 do. - Hay-Lucerno, £6 to ; £7 6a nor ton ¿ ,.,-".?,?.,, ?.?>..? . Hides, heavy-8s; to I2s; ¿noll ; v . i.\ OniotiB, Hi lo 16s per on-1.' . , < "f Wlieat-Adclaido Ne*, 5s. Od. > Ditto-Now South Wales, ts Gd Potutoea-12ato 13a Cd per owt. . Caledonian Wharf, King-alrootj-Sydiioy, '-January 31st. ? .-rr. . [w. H. HOLMES.] : Maize han boen .very...

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

MUNI CI PA L COU NCI L. THURSDAY,. CRESENT: Tho Mayor, Aldermen Lardner, Hyde, Gilmore, Payne, and Jones* ../t MINUTES. ? ? ' The minutes of the last meeting were read and. confirmed. REPORTS. . The Improvement Committee reported that they'had examined the cutting in Turf street, and were of opinion that it was not com- pleted according to.contraot, the south end requiring to be raised about two feet to bring it up to level a and tho middle of the street rounded off. \ . '. \ ' The 'Financé -.Committee recommended the paymeut of tho following accounts:-Mr. C. Avery, for bridges in South Grafton,-. £85 j Mr. Webb,'£10, for work in Turfcsfreet ; Mr.Siebert,£3,forclearing; tliobalanceof £5, duo to Mr. Strauss, for dum at Ulster Lodge ; ?Mr. M'Neilly.^S, for work at'Susan Bridger upon his placing ¿he log curbing alongside the bank; andaapvanco of £5 to Mr. P .Bale, for contract* corner of Pound and fPrince streets. - ". " . : . 'The reports were received and adopted, and payments ordere...

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

Company's fowing reduced i jr- ' ,Steam.to Sydney. <J'P \ >'ry ii 1 ?< ut*_Î-' ' l') ** J' ,oS^'ríp U&¿M Bf. Jfc S?N.! for "SYDNEY, flÎO-MORROW -(WED- NESDAY) MORNING, at daylight. - 1 ' THOMAS FISHER, Ageíít. ' _- . MOND RIVERS ;; ' STEAM NAVIGATION, COMPANY: .Reduction i.Omand after the CABIN FA steamers, will b rates;-v. ii: Single Fares/.'....r.'.V. £V 10s. Return Ticket r.'£7'( 10s.' . TILMOUTH F. "DYE, Secretary. Steam Conuuunication between' Grafton^ and Queensland.' .-$-<? ? \ rpHKT. and Ri R;. S. N. "... Jr 'H^onipam's steamship,: " GRAFTON,", will Wke a trip from1 .'Grafton-.to.' Brisbane . and back.>? carly in; March, and will continue running monthly should sufficient' inducement offer. . TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary. For. Rockhampton. THE -FINE. FAS^SAILING I , Schooàfc ^ELIZABETH, Captain ^ Smith; isSiow/cja^ng^ nt the, Factory ¿ and will ^ve/forAUrockhampton in: the course of passengers must m to " days.' Intending i an ear...

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

IMPORTS. January 19.-Agnes Irving (s.) from Sydney 11 paree), lt. Norman t D bundles capping, AV. Kirchner! S cassa,' 3 bundles rope, 1 bundle saw, 12 kegs nails, 1 keg rosin, 1 bundle, 2 bales bags, 25 boxes candles, 2 barrels seeds, 1 barrel, 3 boxes glass, 3 trusses,. 16 ^ mat« sugar, 2 coses cheese, 1 bale horsehair, jo drums 2 oases oil, 1 keg, 2 casks, 2 bundles iron, 1 case mal ones, 1 case drapery, 1 trunk boots, W. B. Campbell ; 2 eases, 3 casks ale. I half-tierce tobacco, 2 bags rice, 2 boxes soap, 1 case peppermint, 1 caso coffee, 3 cases sundries, Î case syrup, 4 cases cordials, 1 caso starch, 6 cases claret, 1 package hops, 1 caso choose, IO bogs flour, 18 bogs sugar, 2 barrels rosin, 2 cases pickles, I oaso mustard, 2 chests tea, 525 bags salr, T. Fisher i 6 cases, 1 crate, 2 cases champagne, 1 case sundries, 2 casks porter, 1 caso sfout, 1 paokago tobacco, 1 hogs- head ram, 1 quarter-cask brandy, 1 bundle, 1 box, T Shoveller; 1 Bafe, 2 bags baga, Mcfarlane*) 20 bogs f...

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THE LATE BOAT ACCIDENT AT LAW RENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

TUB îiATE BOAT ACCIDENT AT. ¡LAW ¡ HENCE. . . ' . < I TO THE EDITOR OF TUB EXÂïIIKKB. 'Sis,-Will you grant ;mo spaco to' bring'under''th0 hotio3 of tho', publio .'tho conduct' of tho Customs' boat ovow, stationed atLawronoo,.in'.refusing ito lend any assistanco 'bittier ht tho timo pf; tho ocoident ; br : in ? '? tlio recovery of tho "body of tho unforturiatouiaii, "who was drowned boro on Thursday last. ' ' . ' ; It-is tho gonoral opinion of tho residents-in .'this ] locality-that it is tho duty of that crow, to act in tho , capacity of wator policoj.m casos bf cmorgo'ncyi in tho absonco of any ofthoso functionaries, but thoy" deny i it > Perhaps you would bb bblo » to onlighten. us. on this point, as tlio people hero aro very indigr.nnt ót tho apathy and oonduot of tho only Government, officers resident ontho'soot.' ': -ni \'¡:-,:.¡;r.u ':' ':.'?../.!:. : iÉ . . Ot am, Sir, yours, SK.,' .. I , ? ..: ' ^ \'\ . A RESIDENT. , Woodford Island,'Friday night. ' , '

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SYDNEY. VICTORIA v.NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

SYDNEY, y VICTORIA v.\NE.W. SOUTH WALES. . OniOKET.-The eigtíti. Intercolonial Cricket ~ Match was commenced oh Thuisday'';l0st»^iii. the. Domain, Sydney.- The New South Welshmen went in first and made' a respect- able score of 108, tho. Victorians followod, and when the , stumps wore drawn had scored 51, .with two wickets to -falk tho innings on closed. Friday for. . 76 runs, leaving a balance of thirty-two runs in favor of New., South Wales., Shortly after , com- mencing the ' second innings on; tho1 New South' Wales Bide an unpleasant dispute arose which not\only led to cousWorable ex- citement on the part of^a;large spectators, but töjthö suspension of'the play, tho Victorian team '-leaving : tho Domain, four wickets were -then down for fif teon runs, the'ly dispute wasa micably Bottled on .Friday evening,; rand two other umpires elected. Tho match-was con- tinued on Saturday and wo aro 'reliably in- formed rosulted-in tho,, Sydney monN coming ¿ff victorious by severity or eight...

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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 CONDUCT OE THE C. AND R. R. S. N. COMPAEY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUB columns aro opon to -all-writers who refrain from tho uso of virulonfclanffuog&.or personalities ; but wo. aro not responsible wr opinions' ox-1 ? . prcssod. ! ? ? '-,? 's ' . THE CONDUCT OE THE 0. -AND E. TL. 8. N. OOMPAEY. .' ":!-.i v-«-- M . .? ? - . . ;'TO THE EDITOB OF THE EXAMINEE, . ? Sin,-Scaróély a weak patios now .without some ono ; * having complaints to moko through your columns,' of tho ooaduot of tho 0. and R. UL. 8. N. Company, i and truly not without reason, as thoy sown totally, to .dis;" regard tho public¿xmvemenco. r i ?<;'''' I am lcd to moko tjicso remarks by'on advertise montjwhioh appeared in your Inst issue, -.to thç';effoot " that tho Btcamor will discontinue oalHrig at my wharf after-tho'1st pf'March; onlling instead at Mr. Ogihio's wharf.'to which thoro is at prosont no ..cargo , consigned'' J .'. ,;: .My wharf, has been oslabluhcd for. several years, and tho business otendily increasing; a considerable quant...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

, ABSTRACT OB' SALES. ÈY AUCTION DUR- '; ; £ ' TXQ THE ¡\yj^EK. MR.: HENRY. lkuRÍOH-At his Bpqm^.Ihb Day, nt ll o'clock, a OflBo of Doublo-caBod Hunt i ' i ing WntbKe3, rappàrent]y; Gold GciigyoY4'l450 Feet SawirHardwood; luoring Boáru*,t-Ráft*er8, Battens and Posts ; also, o large ITisbing Not, . ¡MR. THOMAS BAWDEN - At Tattorsall's, ; IIotol, on Monday, at ll o'clock, HOMOS. ? - ' "N0RTÍtÁTt8TnA.IiI AN. ANKUAII BAOES.-The entrances' for s tub iSforth- Australian St. Leger, of 100 sovereigns/with a sweepstake, of 5 sovereigns each added, for all three yoar ¡olds ; and the Queensland Trial Stakes, of CO 'sovereigns, with a swoop of throo sovereigns each added, will closo on^riday, tho 3rd day of April nest. ' '*

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

, ^NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. . . ;IiiB.letter of R. S. with roforonco to a certain . road, wo do not deem it neeessary to publish ; ;tho matter having sinco tho lotter was written . -on the representation of cortain gontlomonj ro" jcoivod tho attention of tho proper^ authorities'; I and tho swamp so loudly'coinnlainodof by II. S.~ ' ; . will by tho dovialiou of Hho road now mnrltod ' out bo avoided. ? \ V ^ " ' ' , " ?''

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

feminet; , TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1863. SOME time sinco.wo directed thc attention of tho public to the necessity \pf. opening up a roau to tho HeadB from' South Grafton. Wo aro glad to find that steps havo been taken to bring about this desirable object. Wo have been kindly favoured by Mr. W. A. . B. GUEAVES with the result of an overland journey to tho Heads, for tho purpose of marking a road, thus making a necessary j convenience a positivo fact. N i " For thc bonefit of those who may wish to 1 avail thcmsolvcs of this road, or aro in any, way interested in it, wo add particulars from tho information supplied to us by Mr. GUE AVES. The measured distance from COWAN'S wharf, South Grafton, is forty-five I milos, which distance it is thought may be somewhat, shortened by slight deviations. The route is as follows :-From South Grafton, the present track to Glonugio ; thence to the Coldstream Uiver by Emu Flat, leaving tho Pollor Valley Station on tho right, thus rounding tho Coldstream...

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TENTERFIELD. (From the Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

TENTERFIELD. (From (lie Chronicle.') PETITIONS.-During tho past week two peti- tions hare bcon hawked about amongst the inhabitants, tho one addressed to the Governor, praying that lie may " direct a searohing inquiry to bo made into the manner in which the law is administered here, and tba general conduct of tho person appointed to tho impor- tant duties of Polioo Magistrate of Tenterfield," and tho other addressed to tho Governor and_ Executive Counoil, praying that the abovo petition may not bo received, and urging oxcuses for any apparent injustice « in tho decisions of the Polico Magistrate. We are not awaro which of tho two petitions is tho most numer- ously signed, but would venture to state that the ro« ccption of both will havo tho effect of inducing an in- quiry to bo niado, which will result unfavourably to the object of such inquiry. The peoplo of Tenterfield aro nîost inveterate petitioners, which would lead tho world to'&elicvbithat our grievances far exceed th...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

GRAFTON POLICE COURT. Flt II) AY.. > BEFORE Captain Hill, P.M., and,Mr. E W. Boldyon, J.P. SHOOTING AN ABOItlGINAIi. George Brnaby; of Ulmarra, was charged with shooting a blackfellow. Mr. Michael who appeared for the police, applied for a remand on tho ground that the aboriginal shot, had boen sent away to the Heads, to provcut his appearance at Court that day. Case remanded till Friday fortnight, 20th February. PATTKnSON V. BÖN0VATT. TIUB was a charge of riding and usiug a horso the property of the plaintiff, without his sanction or permission. Mr. Michael appeared for the defence. John Patterson I deposed :-the horse described in the infor- mation waa his property ; he produced his re- ceipt containing the brands on the horse in question ¡ tho horse was in tho Court House yard, and ho identified it as his property ; he lost tho horse in October 1861, and did not seo it until the 25th of January, 18G3, in Mr. Gray's paddock. By Mr. Michael : ho only had the horse in his possess...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

L A TEsAc 0 M4È R C IA L~ [THOMAS BAWJDENi]- ' ' 'r'1'? ? - Business has not bean VOIT' activo during, tho, last week. : At tho salo of Slr. Hunt's furniture, this day,' tho attendance was limited, and articles went'very cheap. , ; .'? < Horses.-I havo sold 1 at £13 ¡ and 3 at £10 por. hoad..: - '? . I havo enquiries for a oouplo oftoams of workiug bul looks without goer. ?>.-.'?? TuoxiAä BAWDEN, auctioneer and broker,' . land/ stock, and geuoral oonfmissiou agont, Rooms, Grafton, February 9th. . . \ ' ¡ i'

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 February 1863

.. ; NOMINATION OP ALDERMEN? - . A MEETING of tho ratepayers of the Munici- pality of Grafton, was, held at; tho Court House, on.Tuesday last, for tho purposo of nominating gentlemen to fill the office of Aldermen in tho Municipal Council!-. The attendance was not largo. » ? Shortly after tho nour named (hoon), thoMayor (Mr. S. Avery) commenced the proceedings by reading the notice convening the meeting. His worship then; road, an anonymous advertisement that appeared in last weok's Examiner signed a " Ratepayer," in which he (tho Maybr) waa charged with not giviug proper notice. He said if the advertisement convening the meeting appeared in a journal of, small circulation, the fault was not his ' it waa the act of his predecessor and -the Aldcrtnon; although ho would inform " Batepayer," whoover ho might be that, not- withstanding it waa out of ordor it waa per- sisted in by the Mayor at that time and carried. If Ratepayer ' was present, he defied . him to point out any singlo act ...

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