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

GRAFTON POLICE COÜllT. FRIDAY. BEFORE Captain Hill, P. M., and Mr.-A. Lardiner J; P. Mr. W. Eobortson J.P. took Iii» sont, but did not remain. CRAVE V. CARBOI.il. Bridgott Carrol appoarod porsuant to rcnand, charged with stealing a broad and butter dish, milk jug, saucer, &c. Mr. Michael appoarod Tor tho defendant. It appears that Crane had a case of gooik, of tho abovo description forwarded to him when at Gordon Brook about two yea ra ago, by Carroll ; and on the caso being oponod the pieces now produced were missing ; but as Crane was unablo to provo tho faot of stealing ; tho Bench dis- missed tho ense. There was a cross-aetion arising out of the same , case, in which Mrs. Carroll charged Orono with stealing tho goods in question from her house,j but was withdrawn by Mr. Michael, .' \ ' fJ ; ;"" E. M.' ¿YAN V."MORRIS. \' " < A chargé'of ilJogaJIy obtaining two boasts uhcler false reprbsèntif ioris. Mr. Michael for plaintiff; Mr. Barkor^fordefendant. Post- poned...

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THE DRAINAGE OF THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

THE DRAINAGE OF THE TOWN. A MKF.TINO of tho ratepayers in the East Ward, waa held at tho Commercial Hotol, on Saturday ovening, for tho purpooo of considering tho reply of tho Municipal Council to a petition sont to that body on Thursday last rolotivo to tho stag- nant -water loft in tho town by tho late flood. Tho mooting was convened by circular, «nd notwith- standing tho inclonioncy of tho wcathor, .and tho almost impassablo condition of tho stroots waa well attended, about forty persons being pro- sont. Tho chair was talton by Dr. Andorson, who, aftor rending thc circular by which tho meoting had boon caUod, cntorod into an explanation of tho stops ho had taken for tho purpose of drawing tho attention of tho Couucil to tho griovanco in ques- tion ; tho chairman thou road tho roply of tho Mayor to tho petition, which will bo found olso whoro in our columns. Mr. Attwater moved tho 1st resolution, That this meeting haring heard tho reply of tho Municipal Council to tho petition, re...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ? : - rf. ??. ARRIFAL3. ' - . February 25. -Grafton (a), 210 tona, Captain Maidcs, from Sydney. Passengers Mr. Stewnrfc (landed at Port Macquarie)^ Mrs. Cohen and family, Mio3 Avery, Messrs. Lamb, .Mackellar, L. Jacobs,' T. Sliovollor, Lewis, Kin/^and 10 in thc steorgo. March 2.-Agnes Irving (».), 400 tona, Captain H. Crcor, from Sydney 28th ultimo. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. O'liiley, Mr. Croft, and 14 in the stce'tjigo.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

February 2G. - Grafton (M.), 240-tons, Captain líaidca, for¡ Sydnoy. Pnssongors Mrs*. Attwater arid ebild, Mr. Wltito, Mr. Povonald, I prioonor, and- several in tue steerage

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

DEATH.           DONALDSON.—February 16th, at Cloud's Creek,   Armidale Road, drowned whilst attemtping to       cross Cloud's Creek during the late flood, James     Donaldson, late of Melbourne, Victoria, and bro- ther of Mr. P. R. Donaldson, Licensed Surveyor, Grafton aged, 27 years.        

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BRAES O' BALQUHIDDER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

BBAES O' BALQUHIDDER. ; TO THE BDITOB OT TILE EXAMINEE. Sm,-I haro just ¡con iii your paper, of tho 10th ia stout, a loltor signed " Quid,", arid addressed''totho Directors of our Steam Company, in which there occurs the following passage. > .: "i-v/'t " I am creditably informed that there are' several: persons not at prosont in- holy ordórs¿ who would-' hayo no objection to appointments as chaplains ;tö 'your( company, providing .the stipond would bo súfÜoicnt to, koop thom in grog, &o.'' ' :' :.J '?': .'. ! '\l Now, Sir, what a DAMNING paragraph hayo .wo hçrô,i .'DAMNING-i, e..' to tho writer, part¡oularly/rwhqnjiwo¡ tako into account bia high religious pretensions '.n's ¿a'. coiTeotor ind roprovor of. others., . Tho paragraph ia altogothor a most.únchristian ono. ' - It is plainly slau-. downwind libellous, and that aggravatbdly so. A few words with yonv loavo.ón this point, and, let. T havo, to assort that the' slander is'dovoid of truth-Troth-: is libellous,' but thi...

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GREAT FLOOD IN THE BREMER AND BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

GREAT FLOOD-IN THE BEEMER ANDYBRISBANE. : THERE has boonun serious flood. Tho Guardian of Tuesday says.,:-Tho flood ha» como, and, that in rjfeht good earnest. It is said by those who hEvo bagjo^nany years in this country that there has not been such a flood iu tho Bremer and Brisbane for at least twenty years. Tho flood of 1857 was- a high ono ; but yesterday morning the water cose higher thau it rose at that period by about three feet. AU the wharves are completely underwater.: At the stores of MpsWsJ.'and ' Gr. Harris; whose wharf is quite submerged, a largo number pf mea wore in this way em- ployed .'during tho whole of Saturday -and; Sunday,' working all night. : Ono of tho storehouses of these gentlemen was'oh Sun- day night partially under water, and in spite of the exertions made, the destruction of pro- perty must be considerable. All communi-' cation by road and river with Ipswich, it is scarcely necessary to say, is for a time in- terrupted j and also that with the vessel...

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

Australian . .'Mutual : Provident': Society. ; ?myril. JAMES -PAGE' lias.' been AP i-Mj POINTED . AGENT to the ? Society | at Grafton, and will .recyive 'proposals in overy'branch ofyíhe 9ocie/y's. .business,: and give to intending mobara-all informa- i tion. Ho will ^J^MCoU-e^oniiuuis: and | give'official recejpts for themr Jj.-. By Orderet the/B.pa^d^,;-f>w\i ïl - EOBÈRT THOMSON,1' !" Actuary and Secretaryi; > Principal - Office, Hunter-street, Sydney, Mth January, 1863. CRITERION HOTÍL; NORTEÉ 'GEAPT0,^'/ ?'".?[ ,Xjrr L. LAWRENCE begs i.,inform *,»?.. the , squatters) gentyy," arid ihe I public in general -of the ; Richmond, New; England, and; surrounding districts,' that he has JUST- OPENED - his : new twWstoried brick building, at the corner of Prince and . Oliver streets,nasa - ^ .. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY. HOTEL, where every effort will be . madesby" kiin/to?] make this establishment. unequalled. in '. the : Northern Districts. .' . Having resided in this district for tho la...

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DREADFUL CALAMITY. LOSS OF H.M.S.S. ORPHEUS, AND 190 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

DREADFUL CALAMITY. LOSS OP H.M.S.S.'OBPHEUS, AND 190 LIVES. .v. . " ' - "..*' ... ' ... . .... . ' vK , -,-.-? , . X WE "take tho following account of this awful wreck from the ; New >rZêaïamler, o? February, 9th. . ? ; 'Yesterday (Sunday);., morning,- nt an early, hour, the inhabitants bf Auckland wore , horrified bytfio appalling intelligence that" hor Mnjesty's\hip flrphous, for somo timo back expecÖtd ôn tliSjítation, had been to- tally' wreckfcd\in"yiîïeni'ptiug.. to 'cross the Manukau barTand with the awful loss of one hundred, and ninety* souls out of "a ship!s company mustering two hundred and s'ixty officers, seaman, boya, and marines.. Tho Orpheus (a fino now . corvette of - twenty-one guns, 1700 tons, 400 horse power) sailed from Sydney on tho Sls^January, and, after a fair passage,1 under canvas, fetched theland off the-Mpnukau Heads on: Satur-1 . dayat-noon.. Tho ship was- at: that'time" - under all plain sail and .within! eight miles of the-entranco, the signal flyi...

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

MUNIÖIPYL COUNCIL.' -? ' 'TUEBDAff. ' 5 :; : ? ?Á.í special meeting on ïuosdoy ' oyening ^astV Present : .Tho j'Mavor^liUdennoh^^Joram,' Payno, -French, S.; Avery, Jonos, Cowan and C. Avory. ,7 Tho Mayor said ho had deemed it bis duty (to call thom together on account of tho disas- ters done by'tho late flood. Ho thon read a report of tho works necessary to bo . ¿ono forthwith ; and little matters that ho had or dored moa to do, such as removing filth, &c., accumulated in tho streets, filling up a hole at Susan ? Bridge, aud romovine logs from tho same. >\ \ : Tho work done by traja!Mayor was con- firmed: by tho Council,#ä3p- the pormanent improvements deferred till after the^ppoiut monfc pf tho Improvement Committed ; A letter was also read from Dr. Anderson, calling the attention of tho Councit¡|ío tho evils likely to âwBe from allowing tho stag- nant water *o remain ^jn tho streets. Tho lettor was mcoived. > ' : ' ¡ Tho Council thonNadjourned. .' ? THDWDAT. ' PHEBEN...

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

N O T I C JOHN -iiANcocy ing for* a time 'HE J3UTCÍ1EU iqucsts.'.' an carly. OUTSTAND E. (M E U R E R, BOO /I1 M A'«K. E K , . ^p^g , LATE !yAT /DUAI'MAXS, ..-. BEGS TO NOW/ thûUie has RE- MOVED to his o/vn pistilises in Duke street/ near. Gilnio/j-s public-house,i and trusts'.that by, att<mtion and low charges; to rcceivc the patronage of' the public. _:_:_' ^ 1_\_".» ........ - ? ; .'AYEI), from. late flood, |AL, branded 1 ¡hpulder, white ;o be; ;runniiig¡ "'s. The above any iparty delivering' lignèd. jO-t REWAlfc ? Grafton <jfer a BAY MARE and T . hr diamond, star, on forehead ; at the time -near* rcward-will.be pai thc same' to theuiî J. P. JORDAN, Quoon-strcot': STRAYED,- on .'to, 'ms- land/<^opposite, Cornwall Part, a^lITE^SOW PIG,' with blackrstrokevSyrback. . The owner, can have the samcAft^aying expenses. ? TlfßMAS GODDARD. : School of Arts, Grafton. FRIDAY, MARCH 6th, 1803. E U HENRY "BURNS, " Wea JAMES ll E ; ALL, ESQ : POETRY." mitting. O...

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LATEST COMMERICAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [W. H. HOLMES.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

LATEST COMERCIAL. :-?-O , . PRODUCIS CIItCULARS. . - ' i,", WHOL1Î3AIJIS. , , Î ." . , [W. H. IIOLMKS.] :i Maîzo îo good<doirmnd:to-day, ntSi to¡6s ftilfnM' i. very acareo, r, I would advise all holdow of maize to i'fobward'it to market ut.onco; ?. ? 1 .:.<1 I .'?f'Matzo-Ss; to 63 3d por bUBltol' / . '?? tm .'f' .\V|ioat4sGd,to 4s 9d por bushel. . v . . . Darloy^-Cape, 4s to 4s'3d ; .English, 4s lois Gd por 'bushel. ' ' >' . . Bran, Is . Hay-Lucornc, ¡CG ; onion, £7' . Fowls,..33.9d to :4s j ducks, Aa ¡ gecso, 8i to 9s ¡ turkeys,-'AOs1 to. 20a. per pair ; eggs, ls Gd to ls 9d por dozen. 1 ' Djieon, ]Od .to. ls-. .; - . ' Cheese, 8d to lOd per lb. . , Calves, each, 15s to £1 6s. : . ?. A Hides, 4s to 10s oaoh. .???"?., >.l<ïour, ÍÍ2 to £14 per ton . . *. V; .lW,'Sd to drhpni'lb.' . . .. :. ...', ..? '^-p ^Potatoes, 8s ot 10s . "t . . Onions, 20s to 80s, if.good. ..;?/.. '? ?.. >. . ... Market and Sussox stroots,- Sydiioy.-Fobriinry 23th ' V «...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

SYDNEY. *: Tho iidwuvâed sitting of. tho.: Special Criminal ScWinV tho Synremo . Court ; was opened'b^f^Ch^ the- trial' ¿¥ íEordYco;jmfcMaguire and , Manns.T'.TliV^ur'tVt fiw?d»ja, . and the; trial resulted, lon ThuWay evening, in tho conviction of : Pordyc\ :Bow, . and Manns. Theyfrccoived sentence\f. death.; Maguire was detained in custody, fln a charge of borso stealing. ?: ;\ '. :;.._'J; Between two and three o,cloclc,"bn Friday, the mail fromvMúdgeortó'Sydnpy was robbed by two armed mén,^ ahout four miles from Mudgee.; . The .drivpr.was tièd'up.toiaî tréoí There wore., no « passengers.; : ;.The mail-bags were opened. .'Thd..c^aeX.'vtotjoávj:flgáiii'' about 6'30. Six . policemen and' a lmach tracker started at 8'30 in pursuit of the rob bors. ' ? '.:?' ^,;/p;.';t Tho body, of|Mr., Beresford Hudson/(lost in the bush 'since íh'ó'^nd instant) ,has 'been found under the' Big lied Head1 Cliffs to . tho North of Newcastle. Hois s'upposodtohave diod from. exhaustion and pxpösiire to , ...

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

SMALL DEB\S \0VRT. : BEFORE tho Police Magistrate. . Rochford v. Deitz.-This was ft elaim of £0 IBs. for 180' panel of fencing. Verdict for plnintilF, £3 7s. Cd. Dr. Richards v.?'Wray.-This was a, claim of £2 15s., for medical attendance to tho brother of defendant. Mr. Josoph Scrutton swore that defendant admitted tho debt, but subsequently . repudiated it.; .Mr.; Wray denied his liability, and tho Bench gave' a vordict in his favour. , .., ?,-,,, , ! Coole y. Hesnutr.-This- \\m a . claim of £2 15s. Gd. for work doue, against which a sot off was. filod. .Verdict for plaintiff, £2 Os. 6d. " '.j-*

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

fror Smith's Plat. ; ^aàd^ TH E TyG VM.B.R, ^33» . ULM^lliyon ^JURS-, DAY, 5th: March. . I - ..' THOMAS FISHER, Agent. m Steam' to üydney; ' ; foi-'SYDNEY, To/iOKRo/ WED- NESDAY) MOllN/NG At daylight. THOMAS FISHER, Agent. Notice,to: Consignees and Shippers per Clarence and Richmond River Steam" Navigation Co.'s/SJjéâiner | Agnes Irving. ^ of Ma/ch next, the, 'FAGNES IRVING,?' 'WILL:, DIS: OONTINU'E ? CALLING. , AT, GARE'S (late Steuait's) WHARF, LAW. RENGETOWN,, ; and ,wU f call only .at the " Commercial/?: ¡lateütfí Bawden^ Wharf.".. TILMOUTH 'F.f DYE/Secretary. Steam to the Richmond River! .V HRIIE- CLARENCE. : and. _^>v4rSjaiCfBIONl) RIVERS! STEAM"NAviG^IC¿'C^PANY^will commence REGULAT»1 S/EnJft-COM MUNICATION íbéJUjn»Yfi»BY; and ] ItlCHMOND ' RIVER,/n April. Fur ther particulars will appoirin a future ad-, vertisement. .¿^... . ... !,..,. ; . .. ' - ...¡' ... TILMOUTH F..DYE, Secretary. Direct -1 Conüüúnication, . between! Graffoii: and''Brisbane. .' '''^.^i^^.^'^'ï.l..1,^^^...

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

" ' ' IMPORTS.-' r * ' Fobruary. 25.-Grafton (s.,) from Sydnoy : 2 casos, ? JOTings Bait,11 package, 2 discs brandy,;l octavo wine, 1 éneo salmon, 1 case lobstoftj.l cane, leask sundries', 4 kegs nails, 1 bundlo'buckctF,.2 cases, 1 barral (ur, 1 barrel whiting, 1 caso port, Ilise shorry, 1 caso mus i ? tard, 1 cosu pickles, 1 casa sardine», 1 chest te«, 4 koga nails, I bundlo buckets, W Collie; 1 trunk, 22 cases, * 4, trusses, 4 chests ten, 31 boxes candles, 2 packages coffee, 4 casej pickles, 1 bido leather, 3 . trunks boots . and slioca, 3 packages cornshcllers, ll 'casks, 1 casa. -ïorosenc, 1 parcel, 4 pieces mutting, 17 coses salad eil, 2 half-barrels currants, 1 cask, i box, 1 box clothes ' pcgB, 1 case colonial wine, IO half-cases gin, 1 quarter cask sherry, 1 ko» wedges, 1 bundle sieves, 2 cans oil, 17 kegs paint, 2 quurtor-ensks yïncgnr, 122 bags sugar, 3 bundles bedding, 1 hogshead re cases brandy, 2 hogs- heads rum, T Shovcllof ; 1 patrol J. Mitchcllhill ; 2 parcels, J. Pa...

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FLOOD ON THE RICHMOND. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 March 1863

FLOOD ON THE RICHMOND. [FHOM OUB COBBESPOHDENT.] : "WE have been visired by tho largest flood ever witnessod by white men. -It was always said by the old residents of the Rich- mond, that no fresh would ever overflow the banks at Casino. The fact of the river having a descent of about forty feet in a milo was almost sufficient proof. But on Sunday morning, the 15th, it had every ap- pearance of driving the inhabitants to tho ridges, whou about five o'clock it ceased rising, to tho groat joy of those who lived near the bank, Several families made pre- parations for it, and had already left : but those were only two or three whoso dwel- lings wore on a low part of tho bank. The water rose at a rapid rate-tho last twelve hours two feet an hour. It rose at Casino forty-five feet above its usual height, and wanted about five to overflow tho. banks. I believe that is ten or twelve feet Sigher than tho largest ever seen.-At Messrs; Atkinson and Mackellar's station, Kyogle, it was very high...

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SLEEPERS FOR THE CLARENCE BREAKWATER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

SLEEPERS "POR 'THB" OLABENOB. BKEAK . ' \ '» WÀTEB. ,. ?. ??'?.?>" ..V. \ \. .. '.. . ' . .', |. . TOITHB BDITOB'OP THB EXAMINBIli _ ' Sin,-In'your issue, of Maroh 3rd,Tpercoivo ntl ad- vertisement "oalling for tenders ^ eloopors for the Olarenoo Riyor breakwater.'' Now BB this appoara for . (ho first time in your paper on tho 8rd,'tho; very ' day that tender* are to le cloted in Sydney, Ï "slióüjdi'wish tho Residont Engiuoor, or some ono concerned .td.iin form tho publio how it can bo possible for: anybnjv on : tho river to. tender. Very fow'/soo 'tlío ^GpveñMefct Gazette, and if it is right to insert GovornmWt'adto? isomonts in tho looa! papors, it must oortainly bb right to insert thom fofpro ovordue, otherwise it must: bo n moro wasto of. publio monoy. Your inserting tho aboveí will obligé. .':'<,\ '? ? -, .1 .' '.' ? Youri,'&o,,' t' . : ONE WHO MIGHT HAVE TENDERED. ' Lttwreneo,'Mnroi^rc1,1802; ' '.' ; , ; ;

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PUNT AT TABULAM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

, PUNT AT TABULAM. *' -. .. TO: TnB,.BDITOtt,OJT.XIIB EXAMINER. S ? ? , Sin,-^T bog through tho modium of your poper toonil attontion.to.tho want ,of a purit at .Tabulam. Tho Govorrimont hayo beda sovcral tiraos mém'oralised ón tho súbjoot, though as yotwithout BUOCCBS, but aftor. tho lato disastrous loss'of lifo and -.property at that placo thoro is littlrt'doubt tliat it .would bo granted at onoo. . Had thorp leon a good, punt stationod thora I tho lato disastors would have wholly boon avoided, and tho goods dolivored at their-destinations: b'oforo tho flood,' as Tabulam is tho only river on . tho Old I/ino I 'that delays tho drays for any oonsidorablo period. The rivor is still up, and supplies aro /already, very scarce in Now: England, and;if tho rainy weathor continues, .will soon bo at farriihopricos/ Hoping'Bonio ;inflU6n ' tial person'will take tho matter in hand J ¡ i . ' ' í O : I,am, yours, íw.,. . is,? -,? i' ? " a. s. Olaronco Eivor, 'Marou 7th, 1808. . :

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THE ADVANTAGES OF STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH QUEENSLAND. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

..:THEj-ADJANTA'ÍÍES.OF!sTBAM; CQM ;MÙNIOAT10N.^ITH;QpïïBNSLANbV ' -I (From thc Courier.) ' . - THE announcement úMo by Messrs. J. and- G. . Harris) tltough\our aolvertising'columns, that in March Hhoxt, a\ steamar, belonging ;,to" .tlie -vQ:it.S.'M^mpan3-,'\vill:iicommoncot und/after . wards continúo to run¿between the Claren co and Richmond River districts: and this port, is a much moro important notification than at Rat sight may ? ? appear to many. Every undertaking . that will conduce to tho opening up of a larger trndo for tho , colony, or afford us a mora extensive ifield to chooso from, should bo hailod with satisfaction as tending to tho .general advantage.;.'- To no ' coso V,. could this sentiment ho moro -applicable than to thc advent of a direct and rogular trade between - . this colony and the Clarence and Bichmond dis . . tricts ; for in this instanbo there" aro spodial and additional reasons for/satisfaction in knowing that, -'.«¿.tiley havo at longtlrbccomo awaro of ...

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