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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863
RICHMOND RIVER &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ' [jPHOM, OUB OOBBESPONDENT.] . ; ; ? . /STEAM COMMUNICATION,' WITH; STONEY. -rTliolannouncement in' thé 'columns of tho Examiner, pf. the intention of^ S. N.,'Company . to run.a 'steamer^o tho. Eichmond was received by the inhabitants with great satisfaction, ' and "we wish the company every Buccess. Now we are going to have a steamer to trade" direct .to the Eichmond, we will be able to show'the world her capabilities in agricultural respects, but a8 we are now situated, trading with only sailing vesselB, there ia riot sufficient in couraperiient for farmers to come and settle' down, as tho delay that.is sometimes incurred to sailing vessels by contrary winds at the Hoads, would very probably damage grain that would be exported j whereas a steamer will avoid all this"fiskr"The Eichmond has many advantages over other rivers in the North, onie in particular-she is ...
THE INSPECTOR OF POLICE STUCK UP. (From the Lachlan Observer) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863
THE INSPECTOR OF POLICE STUCK UP. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (From the Lachlan Observer) &nbsp; The town of Forbes was oloctrilieu on Thursday ofrerioon, by aropbrt that Mt. .'Inspector Norton, ; tho'gentloman who ,hns recently succeeded'* the ? krenowribd Sir Frederick Pottinger, in "charge",of' this station, was Btuck up ia'the neighb'ourhbod-of, ibo ,W°ddin" Mountain; Wo have, sinco'. nscor-, ?tdinoid'thiai to;be a fact, and now proceed; to "detail j ftheíattair',!^ %p'octbr;himsel^^^ out for soinó days previously, iir pursuit of Bon, Hall, Daley and O'Maley, .three well known bush-' 'rangers,in company, with ' only a^ black tracker.. That ho lmd arranged tb hieot ten bf his men, ' on .Saturday night, rit the hot.-ot tho Wheogo MoUn ; tain. , In. consequence df .sonib misunderatanding,' howevor, tho trooper's did .not meet the'. .Inspector at. the point arranged on. and Mr. ^Norton,' there-' torey'.wept ia pur...
QUEENSLAND. (From the papers) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863
QUEENSLAND. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A latal accident happened a day or two: ago on the Bendemere Station. A shepherd, when out with his sheep and was exposed to danger during tho recent floods, arid both shepherd and flock were swept away and, drowned. "What renders the case more de- plorable is this-the wife of the unfortunate man is at present in Brisbane, in a condition that rendors hor an object of commiseration. Misfortune has, unfortunately, overtaken the first effort of the Rockhamptonites to found " direct shipments" of wool, &c.-, to the mother country. Tho Ocean Chief having gone ashore and received damago during the recent gales, an inquiry was held, nnd it was found that tho ship is not in a fit state to sail for England ; she is, therefore, to tranship her cargiS'to the Flying Cloud, and proceed hence :tp Sydney for repairs. Another accidont of a fatal nature- hap...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
TRANCE. ? The Emperor's speooh at -: the opening of the Legislative session, on the 12th January, v^ was temperate, dwelling exclusively on what . hod heen done for-Prance by his policy, , : ' January 25th.-Napoleon delivered somo remarks- on tho exhibitors at the London - Exhibition, and' remarked, in his speech, that tho " French iavosion of England " had taken Elace after all; not with arras carrying ruin, ut with .prosperity and comforts. Tho Emperor passed high eulogium on England, from whom he said Prance had derived tho spirit of'liberty-; Tho'French journals report continued suc coss .of. French arms ,in Mexico, but tho troops suffer severely from sickness and want of food. The object of tho Mexican Expédi- tion is explainea;b.y "a letter from Napoleon to General Fórey, dated June, 1862, and that is to ostablish in Central America, a European power to check the. growth of the United States. . .
Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
Chítente \\û *§it\mû fawner/' ' TUESDAY", MARCH 24, 1863. ' | AB wo .are on the èvejof àuother Parliamen- tary Beasiou, wo cannot'but sympathise with a largeclass of tlie electors pr the district as to tho necessity of souïe 'representativo in that Assembly. We have' no right to be . placed session after session'in tho position of tho unrepresented. -With an energetic mem- ber, wo cannot expect to make much head- way against a phalanx so powerful as tho .combination of metropolitan : influence, and without a member, we may expect from our distance from thé Beat of Government always to be in tho background. :. . . Wo do not sympathise with thoso who think that tho summum bonum of à represen- tative is to pbtam by hook or by crook the largest possible amount of public money for' publie ' works, forbin that . case we should only bo defending í what may probably be a system'of unwise, and unfair distribution of public.. monies,: indeed ^nithisimatter ^ district is at the. .present 'time...
GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
GRAFTON POLICE COURT. ; EKIDAT; ; . . . JíEFOnE Unptain . llül, ^.M., Mossrs. A. Lardner, and W. Robinson, J.P.'s.' W. 0. GERHAKD V. KEMP. This was an action brought to recover pos- session of certain goods belonging to the plaintiff', alleged to bo detained,by the defen- dant. It will bo in tho recollection of our readers that.Gerrard has just .undergone a sentence of imprisonment for abscoudiug from Kemp's' hired service ; and it' was on leaving the defendant's employ that the arti- cles wore loft behind. Tho detence set up was, that during the lato flood Kemp's house had been under water and the articlos amongst others had boon washed away. Tho Bench dismissed tho case. Mr. Michael appeared for Gerrard. .> \ . ' ' ,'WILCOX V. SKINNER. ' This was an application- for the cancella- tion of an agreemorit. It appears that Mr. AVilcox engaged the defendant bu tho under- standing that ho was à singlo man; finding afterwards that ho was''married, he advanced him money and put him up a...
FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY, MARCH 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
I"BEE' SELECTION. . 1 ' THURSDAY, MARC« lOxii. Jolin Engort,:85 aorta, county of Olaroncc, porisli of Woombah, lots 00 and rp, being portions Nos. 41 und 42 of salo at Grafton 22nd September, 1862. Johan Zortsoli, 43 ucrca, county of Clarence, parish of. Woombah, lot F portion No. 16, salo at Grafton on 22ndSoptorabcr, 1862. 'V .. Area solcctcd, 128 acres i Imposit paid, £32, . \. ? -
FEDERAL WAE STEAMER FOUNDERED AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
FEDERAL WAE STEAMER FOUN- DERED AT SEA. ; The iron-clad war steamer Monitor foun- dered at sea on tho 2nd January, with loss of officers and thirty-eight men. . . It is ng.iin rumoured that Burnside has re- signed, and that .General Hooknor, alias ", Fightiug Joe," has taken his placel ; On the 2nd of'January President Lincoln issusd his emancipation proclamation, which has for its object a rising of the negroes against the : whites in the Southern States, he declares all slaves in sixteen States free, but slaves in border- States, rind such part, of the Southern . States as are ocoupiod ; by Federal'troops, are still to remain slaves'.' This h'as caused considerable excitement and "Jefferson Davis has ássúed a retaliatory proclamation. , V The Federals have passed a vote to raise 180 millions sterling for tho prosecution of the war, causing, great1; commotion, sending gold up to 42, and bankers' bills 150. Governor Seymour addressed the Now York Legislature/denouncing tho acta of t...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. ' . PRESENT: Tho Mayor, Aldermen I1 renell Payne, Jones, Cowan; Jordan, and .C. Avery. ' MINUTES. ' . The minutes of tho last meeting were read and confirmed. , ! . ." NOTICES OP MOTIONS. ." . Alderman Payne to-move,-" That a sum of money be placed on the estimates for 18u*3, for clearing roads. in Howe, Olive, Bacon, and Pry streets. Alderraau Payne to move,-" That the Standing Permanent Committoo prepare a codo of bye laws for the rules and regulations of the ferry at tho southend of Dobie-strcet, in order that tho same may bo submitted to tho Government for their approval," TETITION. - ... ? % A potition was road from eighteen rate Eiyers in the Wost Ward, praying that the am in Powoll-street might bo suflbredi to remain, and offering to hoar half tho expense of repairs necessary to bo dono.-Petition re- ceived. ' REPORT. Tho Improvement Committee reported that thoy had examined the work at tho corner of Prince and Pound stroets, and are not satisfied...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
'.EXPORTS.' . Maroh; 18.-Agnes Irving. (»t), for Sydney 11320 bugs maize, 2 coops poultry, 0 Loxes eggs, 4 hones Mureil 20.-Grafton (s.), for Sydney: 07G bugs moite, 50 bales wool, 228. hides, 27 'ounces gold, 2 horses, and sundries Tho Grafton left Fishor's Wharf at 515 o.m. on Friday, and was lying bar-bound yesterday, when the steamer entered. . Tho Agnes Irving lon; Sydney at 5 p.m. on Saturday, and crosse'd tag bar at 10- a.m. on Monday, hading been^kopt.undcr easy steam throughout tho passage, to meet high water on tho bar. She reports thc Elizabeth and Perseverance lying at tlibHeads bar-bound. J3y tho Agnes Irving a pure Negretti ram has arrived, in excellent condition, having been purchased by Mr. W. Small, of Swan Creek.. ? ??? .. .-\. Tho passengers by,theGrafton.on berup warditrip to Brisbane,; were ¡Messrs. Barker, :Barron,and-11 in the steerage. The Grafton left Brisbane àt.3'15p.m. on Monday, róúnded Cape Morton'ut 0*15 p m. the same day, crossed the bar at 5 p.m. on ...
LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863
-LATEST C 0MMiR4ÎIAL.^ PRODUCE CIRCULARS; i: . WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND co.'s] Wo have no changes 'of importance to roport for tho past weok. Wheat continues in fair demand; ? :. " Arrivals of Maizo lins becu heavy, and tho market is consequently by no means firm, old realisos 4s lOd, to 6B, and now 3s. to 4s 3d. . Bran has again Cullen, retailers ara soiling' by'tho Binglo bushel at ls. ' .? y Potutooa continuo in good demand at fuir quota- tions. ? - -, : Lucerno Kay has fallon considerably during; the past weok, prices range from £4 to £5 but it- is difficult to Boll. r Bacon-10d to ls por lb. for primo ' j. Barloy-3s. Cd to 4s por bushol. il Bron, lOd . 'I Butter-ls per lb. ft - Flour-finest Town-£12 portón lr-1. Ditto-finest Adelaide, £13 ? ? ty'. Ditto, fino Country, £12. do. - Hides,heavy-each 8s. to 12s. M , Hay-Lucorne, £4 to £5 per ton ^ i Maize-4s lOd to 5s. por bushol ' í- ; - Calves-10s to 40s each , V ' Oheeso-3d to 6d .>?".'"*?"' ? .' .. ? Pigs, 3d to 4d...