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

RUSSIA. Serious insurrections have broken out in Russian Poland. 2000 conscripts duly enrolled deserted and joined the peasantry. Numerous and serious con- flicts have taken place in Warsaw, the open country and the forest, attended with great loss of life. The   whole kingdom is declared to be in a state of siege. The relations between Russia and Turkey are growing unsatisfactory. Russia is encouraging rebellion in   Servia.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 March 1863

ABSTRACT OF SAL133 BY ACJOXIOiT DUH ? INO- ' THE WEEK. MR. HENRY MAURICE-At tho Criterion Hotel, Prince-street,-Grafton, on Monday next, ut ll o'clock, Superior Household Furniture, Orniula Clock, Pictures, Orocköry, Kitohon Utensils, Saddles, Bridles, Patent Mnngleí &c..' MR THOMAS BAWDEN--At Tattersalls Hotel, on Monday, at ll o'clock, Horses. (' . TUE WEATHER.-The weather since the flood has been very bad--rain has beorí tho order of tho day, and sunshine the exception. On Wednesday evening, about twelve miles from Grafton, the rain came down in. such tonents that in two hours the surrounding lands presented the appearance of ono vast lake ; on Thursday evening,; Grafton; was alike visited, and our streots which were be- coming a littlo passable, were again converted into large lagoons and quagmires in many Îarts. Tho rain continued ; incessantly all 'riday and up to Sunday morning, when the inhabitants began to show evident signs of uneasiness, fearing that wo wore about...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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THE STEAMER'S TRIPS TO SMITH'S FLAT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

THE STEAMER'S TRIPS TO SMITH'S FLAT. ' ' TOTHE EDITOB OB ÍnE^EXiMINEn.'' ? ; am,-Uon you inform us at Smith's Flat, how it ia wo have always to wait tho convenience, of tho agent in sèndingtthé.Ulmarra hero. Isitbecausq it,does not pay the company ? porhaps for tlio want o£ opposition, or is it because some, ono hore has -dorio somothing wrong, and we is well as tho surrounding stations uro kept on elioti allowance in ccmscquoúoó. Ifl recollect right, the steamor was advertised -for this place on tho' 6th, instant) .Admitting tba fresh prceonted lier being sont as advertised thou, why not send hor tho first opportunity-it cannot bo tho t ivor's fault, when' a loaded boat can bo taken by two men from Grafton to Copmanhurst with very, little inoon venioncej and I am Büro ono'ordinary man could havo taken tho Ulmarra up with tho greatest easo' 6woral times BÍHOO tho 5th instant ; however soino ono is in fault it may be ourselves in not complainingbcforo, so. if the prosont arrangements...

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OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

! OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? - TO THE EDITOR OE THE EXAMINER. :M' Sra,-Having:'latcly witnessed .tho,combination pf lukenarm and self-interested motivos in utile behaviour of. our Munipipal ^Council, it- scorns high ,,tirao that general attontlon should bo seriously directed towards their movements'. I They aro perfectly aware that the health, nay, the lives, of tho inhabitants' of/this 'town : oro' ondahgored; by tho stagnant water, that '? th o . traillo tlirough several streets; is;'entirely stoppod by. tho same .cause,; that the said inhabitants threatened with pestilence and hindered in tliqir occupations, uro clamorous for its .removal,' j that tho removal ' is easy and cómporatively cheap ; and yet thoy rofuso to' net. '"; : , '? ' 'f';:' 'J , :'\ .- j'<:;i . In their- blundorhcadcd wisdom this intelligon Couhcilof ourà;oan fritter away; moro than double th0 required sum nj making strcots altogether, impassable cxtomporisiiig wajcr holes'ahd-lagobiis, by stopping tho...

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OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

OUR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. . Sm,-I think tho ^atepr^eedmgs of our Mum-, oipal Council.aro sufficient, t° provo.that body thoroughly incapabíb'to deal with any public work beyond tho. Ailing up of a few bolos with ,mud,:or the falling of a fow trees in tho streets, requiring no moro,onginoorii'g skill than that pos- sessed by tho most' addlopated/ navvy j and the quo8tion\ari8es, how'aro these',shortcomings to b^ro'modih\d-ona thingis certain,'so long as tho iprestfnty divjsionS^of tho Municipality exists, nb .ldgroyooiont of o-porumnbnt nnturo is .'likely . to bo camoiou^thVroprMontation isoqual in oach word,' whilst tile intorosfs of each aro antagonistic to tho others jv tijera is, however, a remedy pro yidod ih'tho hfth and eight clauses of the Muni- cipalities. Act,'and ¡I would suggest tho; advisa- bility of requesting tho Mayor to coilvoiio a public mooting of tho ratepayers of East, Ward, to consider tho mailor without furtkor dolay* ; ' Tho following aro' tho clausos I rofor.to...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

íkcntc -anlr §ífc|jinoiil> I { . . I 1 TUESDAY", MARCH'31, 18G3. TJIE flrst,visit of tho ".Grafton" to Brisbane, could not have happened at a; time? more, prejudicial to opening a trade between Queensland and tho Clarence * than' at - the; last trip. ; The district was- suffering , from the ravages of the most extraordinary flood with which we have ever been visited, and unfortunately tho floodshayo been succoodod by such continuous wet weather, that tho producors of tho . district, havo ¿beenso thoroughly , , dispirited that they havo been. unable,'; even . to vmake the '-host of; the circumstances, through which they liavo beon passing. \ However discoura- ging the8e.circumstanceVmay""be, in connec- tion; with the Queensland trade, we havo: no doubt of ita ultimate success; . ;Eaoh trip of tho " Grafton " will show tho importance of tho trade, and before long wo shall bo sur- prised that wo havo neglected so" long our next door neighbours, who dopond mainly upon imports&amp...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

ABSXBAOT Óí'Nsá.LlíS'BY INCITION DUH* ' '. ' INO- .THE WIEEK. . fy . - ! ; ' Mß/-THOMAS B AWD1ÎN;-On, tho Publio Wharf, _à_. ' «Prmoo-strcot, on Sulurday next, nt'12 o'olbok, \j waste Timber, and 10,000 ft)A of Cedar, j ut. lib '< ~\ ^vt-EooiflB,.fltvl o «look, new Fngiiture. u . r ii MB' THOMA8v BA WDEN-At Tattersalls 'Hotol.r ut ll o'clock, Horses.' ? , ? '

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FREE SEDECTION. THURSDAY, MARCH 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

\ï BJÙB VE ÎVEÎG>T TON. TuunsDA-E, MAÍIOU,2GTH. j Johan Guorgo Solmfur, Grafton, 43 airca, pariah of Wombiili, being lot ó hriu Dortion 16 of salo ut Grafton 22nd September, 1862. . : . ' Mioimol Nownrt,' Grafton, 58 acres, ? oounty of Clarence., pariah of Wombah, No. 49," next to a rcaorvo 'and fro'uting'to' tho'Nortli ArmiiOluronco Eivor.; *:; Arm'selected, 101 aoros». Dop'o'sit,£25 59. ,;!¡ NOMINATION ron THE NOBTIIEBN GOLD IfiEKDB.-Tho ' nomination - was "hold at íMonnfc ' Welsh, ; Gully, . onf^ Monday-Mr, A. W. Hales presiding. There was a largo .concourse :of spoota^rs. v Thp\pró{roBer and seconder. of Mr. ^^'NWaray wore first called upon hy . the ; Beturmrig Officer. , Mr. M'Namara objectod iQ^this,Vnd\therenvos somo qoufusion.. Eventually Mr/ 'M'Namara was proposed ' by Mr.' Leeco and ^seconded by Mr. Fremlin.; Mr. »Tames Buchanan was proposod bp. Mr. Cooper and secondod bp Mr. Dohorty¡ , Tho show of liamls was -for. "Mr. Buchanon 41 j Mr. M'Nhmarai 22. : Many present did...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [ANDRSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO'S.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

LATEST OOWMERDIÂL.AA M [ANDUSÓN, CÁMl'UEIiL, AND. CO'S.] "M Maize, old, 5s. |. New ditto,; 3s,. to ,4a. Gd: Wheat, 4s.', Gd. td 4s. 9d. The Maitland Mercury says :-Wo loam I with regret, from a correspondent in tho I Liverpool Plains district, .whoso . informa- , tion is'roliable, that.notices of tho.¡destruc-1, tion and burning ' of sheep . have been-, seht from three stations-the number of, shcop sacrificed boing'no loss .than 17,099. Wo are i also assured that tho scab is vory bad'on tho Namoi and Maquario, and also on the'Bogan. I i EAOE ON THE pABKAMATTA 'ElVEni^ÄJ pair-oar match, Conners ' and .Galbraith^ v I Donelly and Barnett, which has boon on tho tapis for some weoks past* was brought to i an issue on Saturday afternoon, ovor tlfc* usual course on tho Parramatta Eiver. A\ usual on such occasions, steamers had been chartered for tho accommodation of specta tators, of whom about threo hundred were present, and up to tho timo of starting considerable intorest was manifested ...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

BEFOKE, Mr. A.^arWfe, J.P. . . ' ¡ ' William SulItyan\wosJjrought,up charged with, drurdtofltlDra-iHid^disorderly conduct. Constable Sayor cfcposod rho apprehended tho ? prisonor at tho Talbot HoacLLin, on Satur- day laßt ho was fighting when Mr. Leigbto " .callod him and gave defendant into custoel The Bench fined himlOs.;,or tlie altornntii I of. twenty-four hours-tho fine was paid, i . Eumour has it that anothor .M.L.A. fc: about to bo bi^lotod off "Who ti;' uimv.i" cannot discover, but it is said t, . oiiu,: . tho luombers'for Syduoy.-Ectpt . .

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

? Nomn AusTiiiiiTAM' ANNUAL. MEETING; -On reforonco to our advertising columns it will ' bo soon that 'the North; Australian Jockey Club have by their programme '.[ de . termined to maintain their prestige in yacinp and which has rendered Ipswich, so famous as the chief seat of racing in tho colony. "We understand that savoral horses* from the Clarence will be taken over to competo for the prizes, and as the money to'be run for is very large we would particularly , direct the attention of the owners of pure stock, both in the Clarence and llichmond districts to a perusal of the programme, bolieying that our . horses if -brought out well will figure amongst the favorites on the'Ipswieh course, on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th days pf June next. . CRICKET.-A friendly match, of Cricket will bo played between the " United and tliS Factory Clubs," on Monday next. - ,, , . . >;MONSTER ÍEEÑ; EGO<--"A . gentleman re- siding in the vicinity of "Grafton; left at bur office yesterday,;á ...

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QUID SIFTED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

QUID SIFIED>X, ' TO ins EDiíoB o'*. mrs EÎÏÏIINEB. . SIB,-Tuoro-appearanço of\" Quid" an tho aronaof your paper, and pártjeularly_'\w¡th littlo but vulgar and venomous abuso.to sot liinííoff, nt first sight.'nsto nislicd mo not a little Tho brass muBt greatly predo- minate in hiacountonanco, after tho exposure 1 made of him. -But why speak of brass ? Tho uncalled for 'account he gives of hishoad Buflbiontly acoount for tho whole, whilo that wholeexompliflea tho fact thatit is vain to roprovo afool, inothor words, confirms tho propriety j of tho .Divino Counsel,.'.' Cast not your pearls. before «vino lest they turn 'again and rond ' you."",' You ..will pienso pormifc mo n few sentences in tho way, of com mont on"hi« communication/and I promise you it is tho lost notice I will toko of him or his lucubrations, having neither time nor pationco to baiidy words with such an evil mlnded'and foul mouthed follow. "Quid!" i will iiot give his1 name. And; why?;-1 must forsooth tako tho lead...

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MEETING AT STRONTIAN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

MEETING"AT^SÏRONTMN PAEK,;: A Püutio MEET INO was liold at tho residence of Mjr. Angus Cameron, Strontian Park, on Friday, the 20th instant, to take into .eon ^doni,tioii_tho^esirabUi_tyj,of^potU QoveramonFtöresorvo a road througïï?Mr^î| Sharps' pre-emptive purclmso, and .for a- sum of monoy for the oroction of a .bridge óiter. Alumny Creek, as.a means of escapo in timo, of floodsVMt- Angus Cnmoron ocgup'iodtlie chair, anávnaviqg briefly explained' the -öl> jcct.of-the^eetîng. \ ,~\\ ?????? "4 Tho first rgsjlutjou was mçvcd by Mr. J). Camoron, junior, aud seconded by Mr. Blacky as follows :-'. That it is VlesiWiblo a ¡bridge should bo oroctcd ovor Aft limy . Creole and a road resorvod through Mr. .!.< Sharp's 320 acres, as a means of escape in timo of Hood?.". Carried unanimously. - .,. . .. j' Tho following' potition was then read :rr To tho Honorablo.th^Ministft for Lands. '[ Tho Memorial of\tho uhdcrsigncd landholders o¡id¡ othcraj^ident^n tho'parishqs of Great Marl...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

? '-?-T-. , . ... . .-/y , ... ... .,-.>. I ??? ' / , rv o T i/q E.',', ;' Our subscribers àreinfopnidjhal.subscrip-. ? /?timu~for.ihe;.po8t. -quarter.;-, 'aré-. npw-:.due; --~aail^i>-ooiHcnion^¿f-fhe same; ia respect fully solicited.,? ? _:-1-.\ 'i . ? *.11 '---pi

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

lttCIIMONi) RIVER. . AllIilVAW. . v ? : . March li-rBlnck Diamond; from Sydney, March 18-Tiger, from Sydnoy. " March 20-Highlander, from Brisbane Tho Moaolle and Commerce aro bar bound; with evory prospect of another heavy fresh to detain them.. ' - Tho Agnes Irving and Grafton steamers wero detained at tho bar, and only -.got «¡out, on Friday afternoon, last. ; Tho Agnes Irving was to leave Sydney for the" Glarenee yester- day, evening.'.; . !.*. , \ ' ' ? , ;

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THE DRAINAGE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

' . THE DRAINAGE' QUESTION. !; Sin^Âs^uo groni, ,dr)^W\ agitation has mot with a somewhat itóminitSs\ollapso,'- and bids fair to ho sholvod by. .'our onlightonod. Munioipal body, it Booms nflviaàblp to say a fow words, if only to koop tho mattèi^boforo tho public; and to olicitfurthor discussion, ... ;', Much gooávkas, howovor, boon dono by tho on-' quirios that hoïyo talion placo, -Tho grand soberao' of borrowing twôor^reo thousand pounds' ,to. build sowers for tho tönoiUW a small portion of opo or two streots/haB poonxxplodod, as it ribhly' desorvod to ho.^ Vi . V-i \, *.*' »';.* > 1 This abBurd and HiiijuBt schmno has oxoroisod moro influence iiptju tko composition* of-tho Council and its doings than allotkormattors ttin binod, and if carriodiput'wpuld.havo .Bwallpwod \ up tho whola rovenuo of the Council, to poy tit ' interest alone-would not hove ; effected; tho ob- ' ject contemplated-and would -havo exposed 'tho wholo of : East . .Ward to grouter dangora-'from floods than ...

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JOBBINGTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

M \vJOBBINGToÑ. ' '" VTO TUBOSpiToà OP TUB EXAMINBB. ? Sin,-Aswory thing\.oonuootod with ; tho.iprocoedinga , bf thoTown'CouhoilW tho' 'íown'óf "Jobbingtoh,' ia' ^t prisent attracting thVuttcntion of tho wholo.un \oivili80ii world, I forrard yoi; \ report:of its lato nwotirfel hotlîing douhtfngii buV tHatyou^williilhd » gnïhll aWodprHts InsorUonTirTyosr.jaUrnal. -- ? t \ I om,'Sir," yours, &o., \ 'A RATEPAYER. ; Jobbington, 28tH March.. ; . .:) tu- ? - : i A sp éoial mooting of tho Town Ooùnoil was hold.'on Thursday last, tit 8 p.m., at tho Towri, JÇali;, Present ¡ -r-ProvoBt : Astrido, Burgossós'SaTÓryVSo'wari/.Bipáin, Pivonób,-Türloy andSordah,'' :' -'. ->.!.:.«'i-. . ?' . Aftor somo preliminary 'business, h'âdiboçfirgono 1 through, Buoh as tho brooding of tho 'roports of tho Nuisanoo and 'Grub Oqmmittcos| &o,v . >'. Burgess' Pwonoh 'rÖBo to movoi -1 #Thnt'f-Mr, Sanûorband's tondfc -for tho.oroetion pf .a lamp otitho oornor of ^ghoriiwift sirootB,^ Ifor-East ...

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HOW OUR MUNICIPAL FUNDS ARE EXPENDED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

?' HOW OUR. WNibfeA&J[?UND3 ARE ÉX TO TOB EDITOR of TIJB jmiMINEtt. 1 Sin,-It is amusing occasionally togloncoat thopublio , improvemonts,'upon willoh tho, Muninipal Funds aro ' «ponded. Takt for instance, tho cutting in Turf stroot-done Only to obligo tho Aldormon'of tho West Ward, who aro not a littlo .'interested 5 look again at Queon-stroot, oho of our bost Streets, boing cut (Iowa inordcr to roabh Susan Bridgp." Whore woro tho' worthy Aldormcn of Wost Ward, when this bridge . was ercoted ? oortainly not..doing their duty ; per- haps, they wero, ongagod; taking lovols in MaryrBtreet ' for a bridge, about whioh wo heard so muoii -.at that time; but now that Pouud-streot bridge has boon washod away,'not a word is breathed ,by our' disin- terested '. Aldormen on behalf of Mary-stroeti which had tho bridgo beón'ercóted there could bo travorsod now j, while ,if Found-Btroot ; bridgo, had not; boon. Vashod away, it mould have been of no usó,' as tho street loading .tow has not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

S'Y bli EY AGEN'C'Y'V ^.the.'sole-vago^t áokjhct Clarence, and Richmond Examiner,i nt / Sydney,* and :,rio othcr.party is authorised/to:, receive adver- tisements or subscmpYions'(or. this journal. - RICIIAltD ST^VI^NSÓN, Proprietor. ' Examiner Offico, Grafton,-, J\ÍHrch lGth.'! ' NOTICE. rpHE;.";, KIRClINEUSTy . -^-'MILL1: is now, ia a stock of Cut Cedar Staves, Spokes; Felloes and rcady/made dooral! \ FOR SALE, also" StYne'Lime,'Coal Tar7 Smiths'; Coal,-and Portland Cement, AW lNand Iwbod, Sashes, COALDALE- IIOTL.. .? -R - .:NEW Lir~ fci ÍO O'D:,, A C C o$[ M o î will ; bc found b£panm -the New -Line, at the (^ove/hoftü. beds, and first-classsliquovs7 / f V Excellent Padrtoejbftf/Horses ^.;U-:>*F. GBÍY.Í Proprietor.. ***¿T]>isiiotfií islieplettuvith cvery.pon venience for travellers. ;:^3ood stabling?for horses. *v . VC' *,748 li'A LB OT', II E'AD'/lE.O TE li% lY&O'ARD ..ANB^BSIÍ)BN.CB¿^ per \Vcck. ? A goocWmnw^and '.glasçpjFale ,% '.for ls. ,6d^;G'oo,a^fable..kê...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 31 March 1863

Steam, from Grafton for Brisbane - ...^Direct.. C./ind XL. lt. S. N. imp^hy^i .SJtcamBliip, G R^AfF, will leave Graftor/; foi* i 'Brisbane; on SATURDAY, 4th April. FISHER, Agent. MEDICAL. Mr. J. W. ANDERSON/F. E. C. S., (LATE EjnsiDENoa^jp IMI. ZIÏTM:), ' POUND ANjrf^UI^Ñ/s^RBIiTS, BEGS To/j^FOMl/lúf numerous friendsA!^he/li»& #4 FITTED UP .HIß SURGE Rn" with a large 'stock of! the BEST DRUGS, and in,future will.. ; Dispense His Own Prescriptions, and can be consulted daily as above. m.. S.vv.G II E N F E L L-, ^ BU ISM A>IB, COMMISSIÖ^N/AGENT aÉNÍRÁL /¿Ek^C'HANT, (¡Fomeríg.wiíI^MrMlauffJi, Mailland.) >. Will be hanny to lîecoivo Consignments o/ Maize or Other Colonial Produce. . J, . Reference - Mr. Wk., KIRCHNER, Factory, .who; it'.: required,., .will -MAKE ADVANCES on PRODUCE CON- SIGNED to ' H. Sr GRENFELL, Brisbane. To Arthur Hyde, Esq., Mayor. SIR,-We the undersigned, ratepayers of East Ward, respectfully .request that you will pleaBO to ; convene a meeting of : ...

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