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

;|tti& auk §ic|mottk TUESDAY, MARCH IQ, .1863. THE 'complaints., respecting tho .(Grafton, forry, appoar to bo well founded,, and great blamo attaches somowliorc,; that tho matter has been, suffered to remain-so long in its proseut state ' 'Au ordinary road or stroet being blocked u¡¡ or. rendered impassable, is but trifling, as the traveller may, > with ; a little moro 'trouble, r.got to his destination, but with a forry it is-, differont-delays and irregularities hore aro fatal'to the convenience of tho public, and inflict injury in moro ways than one>^ >It '-stops trade; and forms a' .barrior between., places and parsons', which would other\yjsd\be mutially helpful to;each other. There'carine no vnlid reason why a ferry should not bo'.worked with tho'utmost regularity, and with tho Barna precision and promptitude as any other modo of communi- cation, arid iiho public havo a right to i de- mand that such regulations, shall be framod,. arid such-rules laid down as ...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERS [?]CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

?PRO' .tJGM.CUUMJLA.aS, tviIOLCSALJj ' . «/CXMI'UEIJÎ, AND co.'sjv [.*5 .Vrrivitkdiirîi ( 'j ÎVÇjisio is in gi i IiSti hoTo boeu i ¡ if Wlloat'OOtltlII I it Flour mlull I yVütotoca^il'iol li £10, t,ui ill un . TJuiUr Wolla; t i -Haran s .l «f.lMlld rtt Xii-,mill ? tml^^of'íOÍÍwíi: ?v's, nt i'Tmi oviiiv that li^ui'ó!"'.'..'' '. wu- without altération,. : ^:r.' ^jî'' .i" .'llU). '. ... . V. ??: , 'ïoilqiinllty.aurî largo ai¿iífl¿lVat":;¿0 . inferior aro dull ol salo, , ; ; ,¿;T líung is dull ol salo at ls. to ls Cd. .... ... fo.Sd. pijr lb,:; for primo Barley-ty ¡id fo ls por bushel. Uran,, I u SOfttfiAls tto ls M por lb. ^lour^flhüí&lWm^ilS nor. ton ...?<'' íiltto-¿ne»f X<*olaïdo, £13 lo A13 10* »ci t i4 Puíü, ffflo CoifbtiyhJill to iilG do. : Ifiiles,TieVj^liaoli 8*. Ui 12s.v . Hay-Iiudtl itfi tu ll 1(1» poi lon ttTniütj-fiij Li i busliul ' Ditto-No., U to U 0.1 ' fAVVilÍBt-il ¡ 'Ditto-Na Qt.ions, Vf i.tVlodoiuauA; Aim uh «lo Niîtv, 5i.. 3d. to Jis-Cd l...

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

GRAFTON POLICE COURT. BEFOEE; ;Oaptoín\Hill¿-"::'(F.'': M., Messrs, A. Lardner' and 0. H. Chauvel, J.P.'s. ETAN T., M0BETS. This was a charge of obtaining two head of cattle, tho property of Mr. Edward^.; Ryan, of Waterview, by false representations; Mr. Michael appeared for tho prosecution, aud Mr. Barker for thodofenco. lt appeared from the evidence of Mr. E. M. Evan,' that' on the representation'made to himbyMorris^ he was induced to order his stockman ;to^de- liver to him two head of cattle on, account of Mr. Patrick Mulligan ; siuco the delivery of the cattle ho had seen Mulligan upon tho matter ; and in consequence of what lie said,, ho had commenced tho present action; he bad spoken to Mulligan in Morris's presence, when Morris asserted most positively that Mulligan gave him permission, which Mul- ligan as strongly denied. By. Mr. Barker: Morris did not say atthe time that ho came for the cattle, that Mulligan would be up in a day or two to settle for them ; ho saw Muligan tw...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

E-BHS/S ELE C TIO N. Jçmosi Roasi Qraflqn, 41 noroB 1 rood 3G perches, country of 'Oluronoo, parish of Wombah; lot 61." .....Will ¡am Uollttiny, .örafton, 40 ñeros, country pf Clnronco, pariah of Glifdon, on Sandy Creek, about threo-duarter« of a milo from tho Biohmond Bond,.on: the left baud eido,' and ' about twolro'. miles . from Grafton, adjoining Kompniaoh'B freo scleotiom . Aroa solooted, SI aoros 1 roods 86 porohes ' Doposit £20 7s. .. . I

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

SHIPPIäQ INTELLIGENCE. . . - » i.%? ..." ' , ABBI7AI,S. , ' March 8.-Grafton (s.), 2iO tons, Captain Maides,from] Sydney 5th instant. Tasson ; gersT-Mr. Kircliner, and 8 in tho steerage. - March 0.-Agnes Irving (e".), 400 tons, . .Captain H; Creer, from Sydney 8th instant. Passengers -Miss Ward, Mesura. White, Dovonald, Popporcorno, Parker, Miller, Gray, Hardie, and 28 in tho steerage.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

i - . .< EXPORTS. ! February,20.-Grafton (a.,) : for Sydnoy < COO. bugs :, : matzo, > 61. bngi^|]o^V2.oaBl<8tallow,: Gil oz J. gold, *} . 75 sovereigns, ly^orso, and Sundries. , ? . >? Maroh 4.-Agnes Irving^»,),.' for Sydnoy ! 405 . v'boRS of maire, 42 bags wheat, 103 Iiidos, 6 bags .eggs 26 bundles telegraph wiro. -? : v SxEAM'- ao . QUEENSLAND.^-TTLO Grafton, .^ steamer, under the command of Captain ? Maides,' will leave Fisher's wharf, at five o'clock to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, on her maiden ' voyage to tho sister colony of Queensland, w(th the intention of heing re- gularly employed inttho trade between this port and Brisbane (should sufficient induce-1 ? ment offer). V We understand that sho is > likely to fill upi as already so.;.o 200 bags of maize has oßbred, teether with a quantity ; í; of ; timber, and some sevontcen horses. Tho Grafton will leave Brisbane, on her return .trip, on Monday next. We shall hail with pleasure tho su...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

DBPABÏUJIE. ' . . March 4.-Agnes Irving (s.), 400 tons, Captain : Creer, for ; Sydney." Passengers Mrs. Doyle (for Port Macquarie), Miss v Sheeter,". Miss Scrutton, Messrs. lîdwland, ' Rugby, Brock,. Griffiths,, aud nine in tho steerage/,-,; ' V ''

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

BIRTHS.           RYAN.—On the 2nd instant, at Waterview, Clarence River, Mrs. E. M. Ryan, of a daughter.     WILSON.—On Friday, the 6th instant, at South Grafton, Mrs. W. C. E. Wilson, of a daughter.   MARRIAGE.         MUIR—MESTON—On the 5th instant, at the bride's residence, Ulmarra, by the Rev. Allan McIntyre, Mr. Robert Muir, of Grafton, to Jane, eldest daughter of Alexander Meston, Esq., of Ulmarra.    

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

MAITLAND, OIBÇÏÏII COUJIT., SIB Alfrod Stophon Court on Monday. Tho| oightoen cases'. Patrick! guilty to tho chargea, oí cosos against him are was sentenced to, ton ; - Kobort Thompson, '' scntoncod to' flvo yonrs. poned tho 'iCírcv cnlondor'coijtain i HutolmiBon Moíc j forgery. Elgbte, j known*; and ... ftiirs' hard labo1 for fórgory," Y;. i-lVler'ÍIiuduiárU ?Iptïuorsc iitcalúi!;, was found guilty and eo» teucodto won yoars on tho ronda.-Albert Endlor, fur tnn.'v.ilaughtcr,"wa8 found guilty', ;but¡kbi¡íu<» recommended to mercy, WM seh I'tencod to CUT Voura on the' ronda. - .Tnimlb i GVimoy \\ us t'juml guilty- of . ninnsluughttj', .ami -.>';..;. ..::uk;iii',«)d to tbruo years hiird.lalior. -MT:.-" Mund guilty of forgory,,Wa sentoiKv.; o i -ïi yenr3.-r-M"'Dougal guilty- OÏV .'home summir; ¡lenleueéd' to seven: years.-, SonteEf.; .va.- iVorrod in tliecnso of Layman ' found i t < il' bigamy.

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

SYDNEY. ? ,J ' CHroin the Herald.) . /' THE CONDEMNED UHIMNAI-S.-At n/ndpfcj | íug. of tho Executive Council, hold on Xondtiyll lani; it ? waa''dotormuiet!. that tho : ^nBpner;] Alqxandof. Rossi and CIIÜ.IIÜS Jf»\já, undiB'Ä Hentbnco of death lor robbury witKaltemptTO murdor Henry1 Stephen, ¡nt Ca'dola, ' should' stifler tbe full ponalt/ of tho lo'-v, on Wcdnes-i day, tlie 18th instant. The jvisonor "William O'Connor, who was also found guilty of.;.the samo offence, is to be kepVto hard labour'fpfc lifo. - : With regard to tho Escort robbery, the prißonorB John-Bow an'í Henry Mauna aro.fö* be öxecutod on tho'ÍCfih instant ; aud Alox^ nmlorFordyco'is to bo -kopfc to hard labour/ for lifo. à : -, ESCOUNTKB' WJIXT. 13rjsirnAKaEn^.--'It ajfj, pears, .from .a report received from .Hergeaujj Bron nan, tli'v'o: whilst proceed! ug- from' Ynss^ ¡LoRt.'Ilivp;'; aceompauiod.by constable. KocheS and on r<jaohingBlackney-Ureok,.Mr¡!.Rocdj{| a reflWaiit tbôre;vro|iorl'ed'tohun-that, .h...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writer who refrain from the use of virulent laguage or personalities; but we are not responsible for opmi[?]ns expressed. MORRIS v. CRAIG. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

ORIGINAL ßORRESPÖKDEfäCEi _? ... i, .-'-!-9 Otrit columns .uro opon to vt} uniter- ,«':<> refrain from tho uso of virulent h'^uugo or ppiflonalitioa ¡ . but wo aro not responaiblo fo.vonmious, ux-. pressed. ;:\/:,(;{/^>.::';';<"> ,,,,? '-;: '?'7"'x ' . ,¡:*.;w/^iyv.i.5 MOMKia v. OltATCh ' t, . , ' io THE jjniroB OE U UU EXAJIISBB. ' ) SIB,-My.notioo having bann drawn to tho To) report in your issue ? of tho I7tli .ult imo, iirwhioh, perceive that,. tho Pohco Magistrate hos doomed .uocessary to oommro mo, as a magistrate, m tho ci Morna v. Craig, for assault. ? ?? . >.? , I would wisl^lo.mform you and tho rodders of I Hzamm-r v that, at tho request of > tho Pol .Magistrate, I was eugngod in Uonoh duty that dt but wilhdrow\ when Morris's caso was called-bel oiw ofvhîfl witnoflses. Aa nomo falso slaloment .1; been raido by- Morris, which appvurs to bave^bo sulUoIont' to (nfluonco tho . l'ulico Magistrate to bqJiof, I anvwnll nssurod, Mr..Editor, lha...

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ROCKY MOUTH. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

'. ' R OC KY MOU TH . ? [mOÎI 'OUB ' COIHlBBPONDENT.j , I THE-LATE FLOOD.-The offects of tho flood on the corn, is. begining to tell its tale, tho cobs are all shooting, rendering ; a largo quantity unfit for tho market. ; - Pom WINE FOUND.-A: quarter-cask of port wine has been ¡picked .up here, which .Mr. G-aro.has claimed as part of the loading, washed down from Tabulam. ; PUNT moir TATES' FLAT.-A new punt, broken up,, has been washed on tho beach to tho North of tho Clarence Heads, supposed to bo the punt. carried away from Yates' Flat on the New Lino. .. ACCIDENT.-Mr. A.- Boss, son-in-law of tho Hov.' J. Garvin, met with an accident that migm^havo proved very BOHOUB. It ap- pears ho wa3.ongagodNereeting a house for. Mr. D¡ M'Aulay. VhenAgn axe fell from' the. roof on -to his'head, Inflicting a rather severe wound; although wo are happy to say no dnngoris anticipated. , . The Perseverance is taking in staves at tho entrance of the Nortbi Arm; - , '. THE Sydney Turkish Bath has bo...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ; . ?'. : TuxrnsDAT. PRESENT: The. Mayor, Alderman Trench, Payne; M'Eadden. 0. Avery, Cowan and Jones. ¡ MINUTES. ¡The minutes of the last meeting wero read and confirmed. * LEITEB. ' A letter waB read from Mr. Lawrence, complaining of tho way he had been treated by tho Council and of the loss he was likely, to sustain by the way in which the streetihad been left near his promises. _ Alderman Payne Baid it was impossible for the contrnctorto go on with his contract in the'present stato of tho weathor. Tho Mayor said that if it, was injurious to; his property and any moans to prevent it could be devised it ought to bo done. . Alderman French said Mr. Lawrence was a sufferer as he could testify, as for instance ho lind cleared Iiis cellar of water ono day, and Ibo next morning it was two feet deep. Aldernion Payne and Jones said they .could not interfere with the work until the con- tractor had completed his contract. ..i Alderman Jones movod,. Alderman Payne SBcc'ô...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

A USTRALIAN 11UTUAL FROVI Ü ' DENT (LIFE ASSURANCE) , SOCIETY. - " vîr\ $~ & Incorporated in 1857 >by Act of Parliament of N\S. W. , : Principal Office-HuWrtstrcet, Sydney.1 Chairman-GEORGE KING, Esq. - . , \ Deputy Chairman-A. T. HOLROYD, Esq. M.L.A. For tables of rates táf Life, Assurance,' Annuity, aud En<h/weYt .business (which is transacted on dfe' Wst favourable terras by this .Society^ fojtfhs of proposal, and' | every information, apply to , JAMES PAGEÄq-Agont^Grafton. J. B. íp:OARE(\B¿tV-Agent, Port Mac- quarie.. . .MEDICAL .W.R.RICHARD^^^-, Richmond 1 iW. J. ANDERSON,' Esq.", M.D. (acting) Grafton. * Sydney, February 28th, 18G3¿ Office^ corner of Pitt and' Hunter streets, éBk Sydney.. t>wJ.ncoiT30i'atcn'ErD y Act of Council, 18 Viet., ,t S YJD N E N\S-U RANCE ,;| ". CO'M-PA^NY. 1 Capital..\£250,000. ' rf DIRECTORS :- , [ M. E. MURNIN, ESQ.,, CHAIRMAN.;^ ,T. <'C. BREILLAT, ESQ., DEPUTY ClIAIRMAN>\\ . , , ' ' , -THOMAS IIOLT\ESO., MII-A...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY ? AUOIION , DUR- ING TUB WEEK. MR. THOMAS BAWDEN.-At - Wa Rooms, oirSaturday next, at 12 o'clock,' ackoico ,08 ? 8ortmont>''of 'superior Housoliold Furniture j v <; ajso 1S0Ó foot of.cedor. : On Monday, at Tat-: A torsall'sy Hotel, \t ; ll o'clock, tue usual VJjl Weekly^alo of Horsos., . -, MR. É. P. SAMSON.-Oa Thursday, at ll, o'olook,' Stock-iu-Traao, in tho Insolvent Éstnto of Mr. J. '?? M.-Souter) on Saturday, at Cowan's South Grafton at 12 o'olook', cows, plough, orop, ¿co., in tho Estafo of Mr. Ivan. Tho Kev. John Wost has colhmoncoclan' action for libel against tho Empire, for,pub-. "Hailing Dr, Lang's lottor on february 21st. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

T( O LET, for a term of years, as'niay be J agreed upon, that convenient and well situated HOUSE, corner' of Dobie and Alice Streets, and ¡close ,to ? the Grafton Racecourse, with'five and yt half acres, more or less of LAND, we"/ laid out as a Viueyard and Orangery, v^vines and trees for thc most part ni fuOearing. \ The house Í3 m thorough- good repair, and contains ci¿nt xoáms, with detached kitchen, workshop, #atl brick arched cellar. | ,18 feel; by 14. Their is a well'of beautiful .water, and I many otlicv conveniences. With judicious | "attention the iirst year's produce would realise to au industrious .tenant, at least ( J230O, and would yearly increase. -, Vor further particulars apply to Mrs. HANCOCK; on.the "premises j or to the"j Agent, . - ' ; . HUNKY MAURICE, Princcrstrcct.; ^4li$Cnr« of .Diseases of tho Eye and j iiliinrTi^fion : Sir .1 «lin ?Young'. Prest- |J lent : ASir Áüv*A fii\dnfot Chief Ju&Uee. I Surgeon':' -Di. Mnialth, M.îtvCïB., . &&lt...

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ULMARRA [[?] CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

WjciTfTEii: .'-'-^^óthiTííf;' buir- raia, hoavy, saturating, und,-long co\tiuued rain,; ?? every: , day bringB ita hoiir of sunshine,', followed by heavy clqucla,. and ti down flouring, of thc watory fluid. "Wo want but they niarblo halls '. and -.tho.-.*, gondolas,'--, to forra\a thomo 'for: ..wtnu'Diodcrn Byi'ou. Ourroo<\i aro almost', impassable - the" cultivated Viand- will-not : liwir tho woigbi; of a dray, and'fl .great .d«al- . of the muzo oom M growing 'on tho efcalke. We liavo had a cleav - ßlcy? to-thiyj WP -hopo ¡ that it will continue clearfor sowj^uoo, . ' iin-EiiECTföir OF TUE WIIAÎÎP.-4. . pubïtc mooting was hold at tho Ulmarra Hotel,,'on Saturday, the '7th instant, for tho purpose, of ticing.into consideration tho advisability !of , devoting certain monoys collected for build-. ' ing a shod-to tho erection; of a wharf,; the. public wharf, known ns1 "/Cohen's .Wharf/1, having been washed away by the, late, flood. Tho.'mçjïtiii" v^hich jyn.1 ,wjî[(attqud'íd/...

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LECTURE ON ROBERT BURNS AND HIS WRITINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

LECTURE ON ROBERT BURNS AND HIS WRITINGS. Os Friday evening, Mr. Henry Kendal delivered an interesting lecture on tho abov< named subject, in tho hall of the Graftoi School'of Arts. Considering the uncertainty pf tho weather at the timo tho attendance wai good, and the audience was an appreciate ono. After the chairmSjs^(the Kev. A. E Selwyn) bad introduced ?3Br. KendalL^thi last named gentleman began by<¡re.aíarliin( " that there were certain sentinjents Jwbicl gaye the world assurance , of av^ati^K'H< proceeded to show that they wore inborn nol acquired ; before them faded away tl« badges of authority, and the trophies o; scholarship. Nothing could successfully inri tate their charms or compensate for- theil absence ; .they redeemed our nature, and their indulgence constituted 'the bettei moments of life. ^Against thom fashion, trade; and the wimple wain pf potty interests waged au unceasing war. In few hoarts,-the lecturer.said,' did they survive,...

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

.j; L Aï Esr COMMERCIAL ^ilJíütwiHiiUmli) ¡wcathor, 1 litivü r .trapaactioii.i lini'i! Jiasvllow nppaimi, iihnltyn»L»d Ü'ÜIVII j I' 'Station.;.- -Thc: .oniition ot proper jOt lOW TUliM ? ? |$p.ittto.--lli:rviî Jiartds for n ile; tn : jljavtrdnninrioi ["; ïft fitir lir'"'». f' Wo 1 . , i tli/Mi J. I ! II 7 Ol I - U "I ;ft> a -L I tim very unfavourable statu of Hie I ,-.;port a lair amount, of' business ;lio past-.wook¡ and ns tho weather >? laScow-a chango, wo may look for' r ;t vor-?: bille'demand for thu, des I alili'MipIrtiitîi'o are, wino .oflbnug. . a/j/oral lots of miçwl: wttl?, ni my :, i .innot.report any. Itnntniütmns. - I A jmatfimob of well brollliiifiii's, ut ¡?.«rksí havo been in demand during iiljood two toauis, of.,ten iiaghi iit . i, .withoHfrcoar j',tlicy»u>ajr¿bof quirted-! VOL lllf\ 1 1 JIU U Ut *JV, U W ('tl }l$ó\ monoid? u i-Wmi ' T> iplijMii of prnjlnrtv is prcriädingly. '.7toVir.nnil ?. impfoyo-" 'iiitití^.PÍit^c! ,flj|UiQÎydle £üi wi í wini I ls bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 March 1863

V., Öteam to Sydney. A'G.N for SYDNEY, *'TO-M'ORR'OW (WED- NESDAY) MORNING, at daylight. THOMAS FISHER, Agent. Notice to Consignees and Shippers per.,Clarenee and Richmond River Simm Navigation Co.'s Steamer Agnes Irving. J / *N^ND^OTJStt. thc 1st' _ /foi March/«ext, the « AGNES IBMN<K" /#LL : DIS- CONTINUE /C A I/afl.N G A Ti GARE'S (late Stewart's) WHARF, LAW RENCETOWN,/and will call only : at the *< Commercial," /ate " Bawden's Wharf.; ' TILMOUTH P. DYE, Secretary. Direct ' Communication between Grafton! and Brisbane! . mllE CLARENCE ; i and A ' 'RICHMOND: RIVERS /'STEAM ¡ NAVIGATION CQMP ANY'S ' -STEAMSHIP Ct R " A ' 'El T yO ' HS will leave GRAFT0N íor BBÍSBANE DIRECT, returning fr/n BB/TSQ3ANE, to GRAFTON.^/ / '^/ FARES ; AND ' FREIGHT.! . ; ., ; Saloon passage ............ £2 10s. Return Tick/t..-.. 4 Os. , Steerage passage./. 1 10a. Measurement goods...; 25s por ton. / :, Dead weight ..I..'.-...... 20s por ton. ?. '". . Maize 6di per bushol. Poi.- furth...

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