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DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE DECREASING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE DECREA ' SING. Tho Distress ia the Manufacturing Dis- tricts is decreasing, the numbers roceiving parochial relief lessened in two weeks by 2(5,880 persons. The total amount subscribed to the Lancashire EeliéFïund exceeds one million. The destitution; of the London poor is lamentably on tho increase. Mr. Gladstone, in a speech delivered by him at Chester, estimated the loss to the revenue through the suspension of wages in the' distressed districts at the rate of one million and a half per year. The "Metropolitan Underground Railway has been opened, and is a most complete success/ ' -W- £:>.:*>'?? "A fearful hurricane bas passed over London, causing groat damage 1 to property. Lamentable accounts of shipwrecks, aud tho loss of life on the coast have'been received. The Bank forgers have been found guilty, and sentenced to. long terms of penal servi- tude. Garotting is decreasing in London, but it is in full vigour at Manchester. The Prison Disciplino in E...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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ROYAL MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

ROYAL * MARRIAGE., ? . .iThe marriagè.oi the Prince of ."Wales is announced to take place on the 12tb March. The Prince and Princess Alexandria are to make a triumphal entry, into London previ- ous to the ceremony. Tho marriage contract was signed at"Copenhagen on tho 15th of January. %

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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FORTNIGHTLY MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

FORTNIGHTLY MAILS. The P. and 0. Company have offered to run a fortnightly mail to Australia, for on additional subsidy of £60,000 per annum. It is stated that the British Government favour the measure; and it now only rests with the eolonios to decide it, as it has been hands of Victoria, leavingTier to make the requisito arrangements with the other; colo- nies. - . suggested to place all ability in tho

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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VISIT OF ENGLISH CRICKETERS TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

VISIT OF ENGLISH CRICKETERS -.TO AUSTRALIA. It has been arranged for another Cricket- ing Eleven to visit-., Australia.-namely, George Parr (captain), Messrs. Dickson, and Daft, and Grundy, of Nottingham; Carpenter, Hayward, Tarrant, of Cam- bridge; Anderson, of Yorkshire; Willshire, of Kent ; and Caffyn and Stephenson, of Surrey. ' The contest for the championship of the Thames, between Everson and Chambers, excites groat interèst, and,takes place on tho 14th April. : ^. \

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SIPPE'S SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

? ." STPPB'S SIDE. JTUIBT' INNINGS ' \ - SECOND INNINGS. ;, Sippoo.by Gunn\....,A 0 b. by Gunn ...."12 Bonde, andb. by Lacoy .p not out. ....... 7 Rigball s. by, Lacey .... 6 b. by Dalby . 3 Avory b. by Gunn. 17\o. b. by Creighton 4 O'Noil c. by Gunn..;... A. 0 h. by Hoad.,., O Morrisey o. by Head ..... 0 b. by'Hoad 0 Qiinlliorpo o. Creighton, 8 o, by O'Noil. ...,".. 7 Bawden b. Dalby. O b, by Head ..;';',., O Swindells, !>. by Rogan... O o, by Head. 1 Haynes o. by Creighton .', ' 6 o; by Gunn. 4 Finluv not out .2-b,\by Dalby....,.,.; 2 ' 'Byos ..;.......{,. 4 v \Byo8. 4 ' Total .,&42 Total...."..... 44 Grand Total. 86 0BEIGHT<3N'S SIDE, ; FmBT INNINGS , SECOND INNINGB, Creighton b by Sippe..,-.., O ' Lambton b by Swindells ,. O b. bySlppo . 2 Loooyb. by Bippo.O runout 6 p'Briori c. by Avory.., ... ,3 Vb, by Swindells,,. O Gunn b. By O'Noil.,". 6 \ ^ Hood o. by Bippo.\.. 23 \\ Stevenson o. by Bond,,,*,,. O ? O'Noil b. by Sippe.8 Hopwood B, by Swindells 6 Boganb...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

PRUSSIA. Tho 'Prussian Chambors re-oponed on tho 14th. Tho King still persists.in his unconstitutional policy, in deflunoo of o voto of tho Lowor Houso. Serious disturbances aro appearing in consequence.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHY THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] [A portion of the following telegram was issued to our subscribers as far as practicable on Thursday morning last.] STRANDING OF THE P. & O. COMPANY'S STEAMER NEMESIS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

ARRIVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHY THROUGH GREVILLE : AND BIRD,-] . ? [A portion ofthe 'following telegram was issued to our subscribers as far as practicablo on Thuraday'mofrjing last.] STRANDING ÖT THE P. cfc 0. COM* PANY'S "STEAMER NEMESIS. The detention df tho mail steamer Behan lias been occasioned by the stranding of the P. and 0. Company's mail steamer' Nemesis from Calcutta, upon a rock at the entrance of Point de Gaile harbour. , The. November AuBwlian Mails wero de- livered in London on'the 15th and 19th of January. ^ " seclusion, t& thWegret of all classes of her subjects. " \~~*. i at Osborne in strict

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

TURKEY. ', <A chango of Ministry has taken place,,be cuuse" tho Sultan would not reduce his army hy fifty thousand mon, and give up tho notion of having a largo navol fleet.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH,] SYDNEY. [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] Monday, March 23rd [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

[BY EM¡OTttKJ ïEI/ÉOnAPII,] S Y D N E Y . [TUnOUOH OBEVILLE AND BIM).] Monday, March 23rd Tho mail ' steamer Behar arrived this morning. Tho Northam,-outward English Mail, will sail to-day. .' . ' ? - .; .. Thescab discovered in a flock of .sheep ; one hundred grazing on. Hyde Park, killed An immense number of ^ signatures have been obtained to petitions in favour of a re . priovo being granted to Manns and Bow, and o deputation, headed by John Campbell is-, to prosont the same. The matter is creating considerable -excitement. Strong gales on tho coast. Great damage done . to tho ;, Southward. "Wollongong ? breakwater ;oon^ > Heavy gales^ oñ tbe QüéeuBlañd coast ; the ship Everton wrecked at Brisbane j all hands BB ved. ; ,v.' ':1'IVJ : !i (From the papers) A very distressing , case 'of death .from a cruel act of violence occurred on Saturday last. The injury^ -which caused* the- death alluded to was inflioted'??upon a poor lad named John Williams, whilst bathing at: the Preo Bat...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

. : MAURITIUS. I During a liurricáno on the ii7lh of January tho British ship Proveí was driron nshoro, and bcoanio a total.wrook Tho Moorsfort, IOU tons, was alsoi driven ashore, and became a total wreck- Tho captain and twenty-eight othors perished. :

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

LONDON WOOL REPORT. Transactions limited to holders dosirous to soil nfc last sales'rato to a Bhado profit. Siouks of second. Ijinnd.wools, on hand, 10,000 bales. Holders, although filling toliibmit, say. to-a lós8 of 2d; pór~lb;-;'"cannotr readily sell. At Fobruary-Mnroli sales, it was expeotod 65,000 balea would bo oataloguod. A fall of ld. to 2d per lb., looked for in 3?. P.^Wbol, but Sydney wool oxpected to soil well on account of short Import ex peotcdin timo for Fobruary. PRODUCE, MARKETS. Hides : Salted Australian mot steady salos, at full prices. Leather tn fair demand at fully previous ratos. Bark, mimosa, Bold at 613. 5s. to £13 10s. Colonial sperm sold from £89 to £87 ; southern whulo in demand nt £45. Seal h in moro doinand. Tallow ; Australian sold freely, and avoraged from 39s. to dás. 6d. Corn supplies from abroad continuo to arrivo freely which have a depressing inQucnco on pricos. Sugar market dull, at a dcolino of ls. por cwt.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

' ? COMMERCIAL. Thirty balea of Queensland cotton os Centurion, 1 from Sydney, realised 2s. G£d. per lb, Branohos of tho Bank of Australasia aro to bo , opened in Now Zealaucd <

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

BIRTH.               ATTWATER.—On Saturday, 21st March, at the residence of her sister, Fort-street, Sydney,   Mrs. W. Attwater, of a son.   DEATH.     WRAY.—On the 15th instant, at the Parsonage, Grafton, Mr. James Wray, mason, aged 25   years.              

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CAPTURE OF THE CALIFORNIA MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

CAPTURE OE THE CALIFORNIA MAIL ; STEAMER. Tho stoamer Alabama bas succeeded ' in capturing the Californian mail steamer, with one million-and-a-half dollars on board. ' Prince Napoleon baB again oflbrod to mediato for peace. . r"; An insurrection has' brqken out in Poland is wide spread, and is considered very BeriouB ; the causo being the military conscription. The Duke of Saxe-Ooburg is a candidato for the Greek throne, and England is favour A able. It is rumoured that he hos been clocted Bang of Greoce. There is a misunderstanding between England and Brazil ;' five ' Brazilian yessols have been seized, It ÎB reported that tho Eepublican mem bors of .tho. Senate have,.*by deputation, ex' pressed want of confidence ia Lincoln's ad ministeratjon. . . The issue of ono hundrod and eighty millions of State Bonds has been authorised; and also the issue of twenty millions of logal tender notes. ^ The premium1 on gold has now advanced to ' The defences of Beauregard aro Baid to bo very fo...

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AMERICA. GREAT BATTLE. LOSS OF TWO GENERALS AND FIVE THOUSAND MEN BY THE FEDERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

I . . AMERICA. Cr R EAT BATT L E . .. ' -f^-i LOSS OP TWO GENERALS AND FIVE THOUSAND 'MEN BT THE '. FEDERALS, The oivü war now going on in Atnenoa is increasing. ; . i : ? . . ? 1 The FoderalB obtained one victory but ex- perienced sevor'al defeats. "Tho'Ñorlhorn troops aro' fighting ' mbr gallantly than hitherto, while: the Northen people are as wild and headstrong as over s for as speech is concerned. ; ?. ? . .. , The Southern troops,. who are but badi; clothed afc best, aronsresolvodnnd determine! as ever. ; -, . . , : % . ^. r Tho Federals, under Eosencrantz, hav< had five days < of. battle at Murfreeston, ,. foi the possession of Nashville* gaining a doubt ful victory' j ? the slaughter was fearful 01 both sides, and the contest terrific. Thc Fedoralslost more, officers than . in any. pro. vious" engagement. '. After tho. victory- they wore unable to pursue the .retiriug Southern forces. The Confederates, carried away with them 4000 Fodernlsi.pnsoners, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

Steam to Sydney. / * J>&/ m IIB C. ' <NÍ Steam to Sydney. CO'S' STEAMSHIP" AGNES IRVING, for SYDNEY, TO-MORROW (WED- NESDAY) MORNING, at daylight. THOMAS FISHER^ Agent. , *"* Gralfton and Brisbane/,.« ./ - .npíEB-v.'C¿n"dÍR. lt. S. N. Company^tcamship, G R APT CTN , will leave Grafton for Brisbane, on or about the 4th April. TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary. WANTED A:.GJ3NE/AL HOUSE SERVANT, ftpnfy -g. Mrs. L. JACOBS, Junctionlnn(r : YTÍ7ANTED, :'a 'FEMALE/ GENERAL .l.t. SERVANT- Mpl/at^rattersairs Hotel.1 ' TITANTED A FEMALE/ GENERA! ' *» SERVANT/ Äppl/ te MTS. lt M'DONALD, Austittia/ lietel,- Soutli Grafton; / ?^y ANT E.D, TW>3 CABINE T I M A K E B¿£>. /Coûtant employ- ment for two goo££aitts, ay J. DAVIES/ Cheap Furniture -ßtovetf^ Prince-street, Grafton. BRICKS! WANTED, l^OOiBItlCKS made ; V* yards and sned^found. Apply to I Mr. Di MOYES,;Bunder, Bacon-street. '.EDUC AT LON. ."Mi'ttS.' 'WIB LE N wift OPEN,». A 1 SELECT SCHOOL for GIRLS and LITTLE BOYS, MI M...

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MR. HOSKINS, HIS CONSTITUTENTS, AND THE PUBLIC. (From the Tamworth Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

ME. HOSKINS, HIS CONSTITUENTS, AND THE PUBLIC. (From Ute Tamworth Examiner.) IT is highly ; desirable that the people should ?watch with keen anxioty and subtle scrutiny the conduct of their public men-of those' in whom they have placed such high confidence,', and see that they do not sacrifico the public weal ; at that most contemptible' of all- idolatrous ' shrinos-the altar of bolt interest. Tho world-or at all evonts tho civilised portion of it-has suffered much from" soi disant " patriots-from political hypocrites-from hucksters in public credulity, or rather in public gullibility, ana there cannot be a shadow ol doubt that social and political progress has been seriously retarded by tho action and selfish interference of the miscreants who have from time to time botrayod tho confidence of their unsuspecting follow-ritizens. Ireland is not tho only country that 'brings forth plentiful crops of traitors ; nor, aro Irishmen tho only peoplo in tho world who exult in tho fact that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

In ; thelnsolvonfrEstate of LOUND and GEARY. ^ A I^OR SALE)' STGMÍ-IN-TIIADE of ../.'??.'thc Store in Singleton; as usually kept at a country síbre doing a good business. - -' Drapery in s'tdro-and show room Hats anti 'slops ?/ ?; ??.?? ? ' 1 Ironmongery.? ' Grocery ! ; ? '? Wines, spirits, ales, &c. Glass/ china, and earthenware Roots and shoes / : / / Stationery, &c. y . / w' Furniture, &c.1. / Offers in writing will TO received on, or before the 1st April, 18/3, for the above stock, in sepcrate branones,-,or''for: the whole in one lo,t ns per stock-book, which carimbe seen at the office of the uudcrsigned;£or copy on tho premises, Singleton, whereHhe stock may be inspected. ''.,%*&?.. ' ..? ' Terms,, Cash. -J-.. '-> ' ROBERT HAA1ILT0NASEMÇILL;,S, Official Assignee?! CO, Wvnyard-sqnarc, Svdncy.' . P ^' ? , March 7th, 18G3. ' \ "PERENNIAL (red dover), COW. or A MARL GRASS. - Just. received, a largejiarccl of thc above, almost equal to Lucerne as r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

FOR SALE, Oliffe a good ?-ncw BULLOCK/DRAY, suitable, cjthcr for ' road or fai/i. /ipply to HENRY MAURICE. If School of Arts, Grafton.) j FRIDAY,.MARCH 27th, 1863. "j. AEEAB^jiMybo- - held nsjabbvc (weather pmirattuig). ¿ JAMES í/feítooilAEL, Scurotary. p RIVATB BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, (LATE CyÁiyÍAN's) Victoria-stjiiet/Grafton. TERMS, MODERATE. JAMES MITCHELHlLL, Proprietor. . T ll O M A S TJ N M A C K Colonial Produce Marchant, GENERAL (OPPOSITE MESSRS./IAI'P'S STORES.) QUEEN-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE; T S.DRE W, , . . . , ^BOOT Wi AK E It, lMrice-strcetj^rajwn^hree doors south of Miv Krau^Oispensary. Men's Kip Roots, *4>s. Gil. ; anti »ll other work ut cjjpially. low prices. PHOTOGRAPHY. ig^IIE INHABITANTS w Grafton and :iA i ts, vicinity j ure..iuifó»nred that during ¡the absence,Mi-. C., WAGWER, PHOTO 'GlUPllIC LIKENESSES may be'tuken in. the same accomplished style, by Mr. A. LOltTSCII, at thö residence of Mr. WAGNER; QUEEN-STltEET. II O T I C E M A LL GOODS LANliED/at thej^) ...

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ALL COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

ALL COMERS. FIHST INNINGS. ' , SEOOND INNINGS. W. Creighton, 'o. by Sippo, b. '. o. iby Dalby, b. « by Swindells.':» ..'í 4¡\. by^ Sippe. 2 0. Gunn, b. by Sippo .......,\0 b. by-Swindells. 2 J. Hopwood,b. by Swindells 0 b. by PwindeUV 2 J. Bale, b. by Sippo.0, c. by Swindon's, ?. ' > b. by Sippo,. 0 ll. Lambton hit on wiokot... O o. b. Gunthorpo -, b. by Sippo 1 R. Stovonaon, run out . 1 run out. 4 W. Bond b;,by>Siviiidcll»t.., \Q '. run out. 0 W. . L.'. Lawrcnoo l«b, by V .X '', ? Swindells.!v.....¡ 2', hit on wicket b. ,v ' \ \ '» Swindells..... 0 T. Shepherd-not out ÍÍ¡. \0 I. b. wicket ... 2 15. Ilaynss b. by Sippo. 2 not oiU\_.... 2 J, Rogan b¿ by Sippo -,. Ov b. by Bippo..,.,, 7 Byo . I Byes . 4 , :."I.: -r----Wide-.-1. .' ïotal .!.:...1G Total..;..;... 27 Grand Total.,....,. 43

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