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PRODUCIS CIRCULARS. [ANDRSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO'S.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
. PRODUCIS CIRCULARS. [ANDH30N, OASU'UEriLj 'JVNO'Cü'a.] ' - Wo liavo no changes of importance to roporfc for tho past week, . iAvivais of moise has hoon Iiglifr, tho market is con, scqiloiitly Arm j. old.realises 53. und nen- 3.'. to 4s.Sd .Wheat continues.in-fair .demand, ; ;, , ' ? .. Brun has again fallen, retailers uro soiling by.tlip . single bushel nt' is;-. . :.^"'í..^. .r Potatoes oontiuuo- in .good: demand: at fair quo titions. j[ Wollongong'Batten. solis . readily at le; fop.primo samples. .It has an qpwarddeudoncy. ?" ;.. í:? . j * ..'Bacon-lOd to.li.por lb. : for primo ?: &lt;w,->.:¡ Burley-..-Os, 6d to 4s per bushel. ' Bran, lOd Flour-finest Town-£12 portón. ' ? - Ditto-finest Adelaide, £18 ' . / Hides, heavy-:cnoh 8i. to 12s. . v 7 ; . Hay-Liioorno,.£'l,to.£6 por tou -. i i , ., Maizoi-old, 5s,-por bushel -i- Ditto-now, 3s to 4s'3d,', , . , , Olives-:15s to 40s each . . ' Cheese-3d to Od i .Pigs, 3d to 4d porlbí r J' .'c .iu;..1'? . Wheat-Adelaide Nuw, 5a 6...
LATEST COMMERCIAL. [HENRY MAURICE.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
LATEST CÖlOERßiALi : . ?.. -è-^*T [HENRY MAURICE.] , Business is i gradually recovering from tinplate I depression.-Land, which ! curiously cliipri'plutiid . in I viiluo owing to tho rceoiiMoods, U nilviincing,' ..tliougli slowly, to its former pricifs;., I sold on tliedtli instant,' an allotment in Breimba-streot, containing 1 aero 3 roods 3-1 poroHoB,-for £55,',. ^ , . . , - . ? ïlioro jias beon. vory littlodoeing in.' atook, 1 -have several mobs of cattle for salo, but -; tim'; recent rains lwvo'for tho timo proventod mustering. TJiis week ' I have sold 4 working bullocks for £20 j and G horses,' ranging from Si 4s.'to JE12'ÍOS. IPIioro is á demand' * for working bullocks. 1 ' . : At .my, Monday's salo,'a'few-oasos of oilmen1* stores' woro placcd at full rates¿.and, tho. furnitura reulisod well. )- , / ,; Ilohry Maurise; AuotipncoiyLand arçd Flook Agent'
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
'SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. . ^ ARRIVALS. . , April 1.-Agnes Irving (a.), 400 tona, , Captain H. Creor, from Sydney 80tli-ultimo. PareÓhgers-Miss^M'Douald, ítev. J. Collins,: Messrs. Bligh, Sykes;:Cliilley, and 20; in tho steerage._ v /, . . : April 4.-Grafton (s.), 2-10 tons, Captain Maides, from Sydneys 31st ultimo. Passen . gère-13 in tho Bteerago. A , '
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
BIRTH. TOMBS.—On the 27th March, at her residence, Prince-street, Grafton, Mrs. John Tombs, of a son, stillborn. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; DEATHS. &nbsp; MARSH.—On 5th January, at No. 7, Centra Ter- race, Cambridge, aged 68, Rear-Admiral Digby Marsh, brother to Captain Francis Marsh, of Woodlawn, Clarence River. BECKE—On 8th January, at Laugherne House, Martley, near Worcester, Henrietta, aged 15, &nbsp; daughter of W. S. Price Hughes, Esq., and &nbsp; niece to W. H. Hughes Becke, Esq., of Grafton. McDOUGALL—On the 14th of March, at Sherwood, Anne Rose, the beloved wife of A. J. McDougall, &nbsp; leaving a husband and two children, besides numerous relations and friends, to deplore their loss.
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
. . CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. > --J&¿ ''MOLÍUAI'Í ? MxwnrSOtr^^^t^ ,Bi3F()nT3 his HonopthoOhjef Justice, nndfea cotniijion jury. " ? VNTJAWFUXT/T WOUNDING!. . ; ,v , &lt; í ;. VJ.:-, Bryan Jîooney, on , bail, surrendered-to take; his trial on au indictment which charged ; him'''with having, at Nerrigunda, on the lßlh. fDoceuihor last, unlawfully, feloniously and maliciously wounded one Holm ?Chambers, witli intout to do tho said Chambers some i serious bodily harm. The.prisoner on: being i called upon to plead, said he know nothing of it, further than that there was a ro w, and he ?was struck aud knocked dawn, .ThoAttorney ^General prosecuted for tho Crown ¡ thp Ïrisonor was dofended hy Mr. Barley., His Eonor summed up, and. the ; jury,v after a short consultation, acquitted: the prisonor on tho nggravatod charge, and gave a verdict of ^"-unlawfully wounding.".: His Honor, said, ho'wouldgivo the prisoner the benefit of tho go'od character he had receivod, and tho se...
SYDNEY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] Monday Night, April 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
SYD N-'E Y . [BY ELEOTEIO TELEGRAM,] [TIIEOUOII ODE VILLE AND DIED.] Monday Night, April 6th, Mr. Darvall, barrister, 'has arrived at Melbourne. Military forces, at Taranaki largely ins creased. A crisis irnponding. .. /: Mudgee mail robbed by tvjo men, who stole, » passenger's (Mr, Farrell), horso q,nd gold watch ; tho robbers afterwards attempted to rob Mr. Lowe, of Mudgee, when ho shot one of them dead ; and the other bolted; leaving Farrell's horso behind. Sydney "mail to Mudgee- stuck up at Cudgegong. A man named Nye was captured between Berrrima and Sutton Forost, last Friday,' by sub-inspector Eoberts, suspected of being connected with the Western escort robbers. It would'appear that Nye was not one of the gang who'attacked the escort, but. assisted them by acting as a spy upon the move- ments of the police. He had been four years absent from his family, andthad only just roturnod to them when he; was pounced upon by Eoberts, who at once convoyed him to Berrima gaol.,*..On,,h...
ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
y. Jj M A lt It A. TíBOU OUB COBRESrONDEST.] . WEATHER.-That nil absorbing topic-the weather-hgs.assuuied a somewhat favorable .&lt;jppearance;.and the honesW the farmers nre a little brighter tháu thW were a few weeks since. Tho crops . of\inane - are being ' gathered in asquiekly as the boggy nature ol the land will allow, and although a great por- tion of them will be more or less: .damaged, the total loss will not be so groat as, was - at first estimated.' The. late,, rains^ have, - bil some farms, caused moro destruction among tho crops than the waters of the flood. . - EEntárc-us.-Tho Hov. Allan M'íñtyre held a . service oh1, last i Sabbatm^i^^Mr;; ; J; Milloris^à^^^ was'a'ypry'rèspeMabld being/attended by parties tunco both up and down the ' rivérjv On the samq day", thé^Eë^^^ íininister,, preached^ls^rèwell sermoníto-his ilflraarat' \:!éon^rej|^ñ.^TKe seats bf thé neat brae' e.difice^^the -^We8léyáh: School OhurchT^erê^yèll'lUled, and the audience listened with evide...
THE DRAINAGE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
' THE DRAINAGE QUESTION. " . , TO THE. EDITO» Ol' , THE EXAMINE!!, SIB,-In your last issue, I promised to, submit forthb consideration'of tho ratepayers' my views as to'tho tuost oqultablo and oirectivo method oi draining.tho surface waters from Tiru WHOLE uren pf East Ward-and shall not be in tho least de- terred from, fulfilling that promise, by tho criti- cism, and oneors lovolled at ma by some i o f the ?speakers at tho groat Agitation Mooting on " All ¡Fools Day "-nothing was mora certain than that any, hint for tho improvomont of.any part Of the Ward, except close to the speakers places, Of busi- ness, would bo mot by a* storm of indignation for (bat-I Was quito proparod.. -.'?'':= ?? Í Now tho principal reasons assigned for imme- diate drainage, are 1st, tho danger of sickness aris- ing', ; and 2nd, -tho .obstrnclion to traffic-Will dráiiiirig,ono(pr:two;'8ináll placeshavo any effect in preveñtirig;,nialária,'or!rómov*p tho hinoorancoá 'to traffic-except to u favored fowV - ....
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. RANDOM REFLECTION UPON READING THE ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE IN THE "EXAMINER," OF 31ST MARCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 7 April 1863
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ; OUR columns ure 'opon .to nil .writers who refrain from tlio.use of virulent language or personalities ; .v but wo ) aro. ? not : rosponsiblo for opinions ox . . . pressed. ? :? . . , '.. v, ?? .... ¡ -^RANDOM REFLECTIONS TOON READING I ¡THE ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE IN L i THE' ,Í EXAM:INER)".|OTÍ 31ST: MAROU. - ? ! '" - - ,' TO TUB *EDIIOB OP.'TIIB ÏXAMINEB. . ".' 'jihrj^yftnte$'^ laif./. Ono; two, ihréo, four, flvp,' six;attaokB 1,'upon tho Mühiojpo. Council) arid onorequisition;for an indignation .raóet-lj ing in ono week ! '-What will the world comoïô?' Aíei tho. inhabitants-of Q-rafton. gono 'mad ? Havo-ithey; been suddenly infooted with n mononinnin P . .Do they: forgot that ' tho Council is ; thoir own-OWN precious ', bantling P' Aro not its m'omqors tho TUBE and -vii*, DiABSiîD!oliotooof tho ratepayers? Do they not ro-. present tho oombinod WISDOM mid INTELÍIOENOB of ? thoolootors ôf^he Municipulity;.P Can it bo permitted , that a few dhcoatóraud pé...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
AMERICA. ; ,,' | Afc Charlestown, on tho, 81st January, tho: Confederate Flotilla, consisting of two iron-clad and, throe other steamers, attacked tho Federal Eleofc of thirteen vessels, and. two £rst-clasB;frIgatos, and affer: an engagement: : of nine hours hard fighting, two Federal gun- boats wero sunk; anotlihr disabled, four set on> fire, and the reBt drivenwF. V V iuThegroatost struggle oktho \ar mayVbo looked, for this month atJ^ieksb\rg. Me country in the . rear of |hVcity\as b«n flooded, by cutting i canalsurom thoyMisBiV Bippi, of sufficient depth to anatye theYFede ral gun-boats to pass to the rear of Vicksburg. ' ; Jefferson Davis in a message to tho Con- federate Congress doclaro that tho South taro anxiouBfor peace ; butstatos that ita deter- mination to submit to tho North is still un- alterable.^ .! .. &lt;. , . - -The mediation of Amorican affairs proffered bv Franco, lins been poaitivelyjrejected by the Confederates, and cordially acquiesced iu by tho Fo...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
EXPORTS. April 7.-Grafton (s.) for Briebtmo: 212.bags : : maila, 8 baga potatoes, 6 horses, 1 carriage. vy ; April 9.-Agnes if rving (a.) for Sydney : : 1100 .M: . v bags 'bailey 90^bsW mol, and eundrka. ' ; . ; > The Acnes! rvmftleft Sydney on Monday at 10 a.m., crosseo^tHo bar on Tuesday, at 315 p.m., and arrivedxit Grafton at7'30p!m>: " the Bnme day ; and left Grafton again for . 'Sydney,- at daylight on Thursday morning. The Grafton left Fisher's wharf at 6 a.m. w. on Tuesday last, for Brisbane, but on Satur- , day wasjying at tho Heads bar-bound ; also Jhe Agnes Irving for Sydney. Mr. B. Bligh, one of the^passengers for Brisbane, hos re- turned to Gyaftott£
ROYAL MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
': ^OYAL-MAEEIAGE* , The marriage. of tho Priftco _ of ^ales if» fixed for' tho 10th March.. ^T^CorpiWion of the Gifcy of London have vote3^A0,00\ as a-woddlng*gifo to the Princess ¡ tho HouseW Commons have voted tho Prince £10,0001^ year', and- tho Princesas £2000 a yoar ; and ¿30,000 if shöjsurvives the Prince. : The Princo of Walo^ lias taken hisaoat in tho ïïouso:of Lords aa:Peer of tho roalm.. . . Parliainont wasopouod by.'Boyal commis- sion on, tho Stir february. Both Ho'.iees ap- pointed ajoint comm, i tlcc to examine Bishop: Ûolousïo'a report, as ¡to whether or.nofc.iti con- tained heresy. , . , Prince Alfrod has boen seriously-ill,"but As slowlya'ccovoring: .v '. .>'..*'&lt; Tho distress in . Lineiteliiro ittatill prevail- ' ;ing to a great-extent, bu^subaciüptioiis aro flowing .in freely to relieve trc suffcWa. """"^ Tho Homo Govorumont^^vo «pressée^ themselves >unfuvorablo to. tuvestablisliment of mail coiiimtinication with Australian via Pauama. 1 . ?? i _&...
Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
.'timm aitir >§ic|mmû) í.-ir . . " . . ^ . ( - "' 'TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 18G3. _ 'V -«. x t¡ W^\rogrlfcnlate thc steam company upon 1 theirïWessWftflmng out the -problem of : perpaifal vMiony\^¡ means of one of . their' ??.8lMmersX¿)jmÍBr present arrange- ] '?meritB, rcs^appeth^ to be unknown. * - The " Agnes Irving," like the Wander * ,;.'ing Jew, is always on the trot-the ordinary ' uses of the vessel appear to be lost sight of "pásscngers and cargo are mattera of quite Becondary importance; the only object at ? present appears tobe to ascertain the pos , BibiliticB of steamer and men. Most people ? .v ? get their Sundays, but, alas f ontlie " Agnes Jrving" Sunday is unknown. Her home is on thc salt sea wave. So long as.tbeex ' périment is upon the tapis, all other con " siderations must remain iu obeyance. Well « All'» well that' end» Well." lW. there is another matter connected with t the company's arrangements, which is of sonic importance to the district. ; By the present arra...
GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
GRAFTON POLICE COURT. KniDAV. ' BEFOBB Captain illili, P.M., Mr, W. Robert- son,, J.P. ? v:f ,'. MtonÀEi> v. SCMJTTOK. - Tliis was nn action brought by Mr. J, Ii. Miclmol, to prevent tho dofondant from draw- ing leases, deeds &c., bo not being a duly qualified poraon, according to tho statute made and provided. The information sot forth that tho defendant, Mr, Joseph ¡Scrutton, did unlawfully prepare a certain deed, for foo, gain, or reward. James L. Michael on oath stated ': Ho produced a pappr, purport- ing to be a leaso, dated 30th March, 1803, between James Turley Jonos of the ono part and William James Crouch, aud William Slocombe on the second part, referring to real proporty in this colony, in the hand writing of Mr. Scrutton and attested by him ; Mr. Scrutton was not a person quali- fied by law to prepare theso leases, and he repeatedly warnod him that be ought not to do so. At this efago, Mr. Michael informod tlie Bondi that ho was willing to withdraw the charge,...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
'.^.r. i M ? -NEW ZEALAND.-' " 1 y.-'. Much' .iutorost lina been' excited by Dr. Nectar's return from tho Wost coast, after sighting the sea within "eight milos Ho waa : compelled'to return, being destitute of pro-! visions. Tho party suffered great hardship-, and danger in crossing the mountains, and catting a track on glaciers, after boing lashed ono to the other. On the west side, of tho moontains^ho fouud a splendid valley, and;extensive, plaies densely wooded. He -.. madei sevetai'valuablo botanical discoveries/ He suv? traces* of the* moa ; Exploration bf tho West Goasfc by sea is recommended. The diggers following him found gold, in . small .quantities, ou the east sido of the mountains. x , ! Great hopes are entertained of-the heads of the lake as winter diggings. 5 . " .
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
" . " ' ' . .' DEPARTURES. ' April 7.-Grafton (a.), 240 tons, Captain Maides, for Brisbane Passengers-Mr. and , Mrs. G-. Mylne^ Mrs. Livermore, Messrs. J. Aj¿¡. Bligh, A Cameron, Bromner (2), O. B. Wilson, and V in tho stoerago. -April 9.-Agnos Irving (a.), 400 tons, Captain Creer, for Sydney. Passengers Mr. A. J. M'Dougall and two children,'Mr. Millert«nd several in the steerage.
OUR STEAM COMMUNICATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863
I : ' ? ? . OUR STEAM COMMUNICATION. j TO TUE EDITOB OF THE EXAMINE!!. SIB,-I think that thu directors of tho 0. and E. It. S. N. Company aro deserving of sorao token of esteem from tho inhabitants of this district, for tho very strenuous exertions thoy aro using to keep up rapid steam coramunication betwecn Grafton and Sydnoy, ns instanced moro particularly by tho lato trip ortho " Agnes Irving," sho having arrived at Sydney on Sunday morning, with tho largest cargo of maize that ovorloft tho Clarence, was discharged, loaded and despatched at 10 a.m. on Monday ; this, I can safely urge, is evidence that no obstacle is permitted to retard that communication which is of so much importance to this district, especially now that wo havo but one boat running ; and although there may bo a few grumblers about their flour, ito., being left behind there being no time for shipment-I cannot for ono moment believe such will weigh (I will not say with whom), especially when it is generally ropor...