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TO THE EDITOR OF EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

TO TUE EDItOB O? EXAMINEE. ,'Sfá;-1 nñí very hinab '.annoyed, and not without reason. I ordufed aVinntity of ¿bods, whioh I was very, much ih'Ul'od of Ju be forwarded from Sydney by i tho last-Ägnos\lrying\ to >my^urpriso, howovcr, «ho has armed without thom, mid by lotter I am in I formed that pur monopolizing steam company, in their I wisdom and ficep regard for thoWoreats of tho public, thought prop'or to advertiso in Monday's paper that tho Agnes Irving would leave at 9 a.m. that day, which being n holiday, of oourso, thoro was no chanco of getting tho goods down in time to ooino by her. Now I consider that I havo been treated very badly, and I hear thoro aro othors who havo bcon treated in a like manner, it is certainly timo a stop was pvt to tho prcsont BJ9tom of steam communication, it would scorcoly havo been a disadvantage to any ono for tho stoamcr to have bwm detained until noon on Tuesday, but, on' tho -contrary. PW\ Thoro is a romcdv\forüto treatment, which tho in- h...

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LETTER CARRIER FOR GRAFTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

LETTER CARRIE R FOR GRAFTON. . TO THE EDITOB OF TUE EXÁMINEB. . J Sin,-In your.issuo.boforo Inst, I sro the-good-people of Singloton, on thc Hunter Hirer, was/ then rejoioing in' tho nntjoipntion of getting a lotter carrier to bring their letters, to thoir doors, on tho arrival of the mails j and that tho good people of Armidale wore petitioning. strongly, for tholiko accommodation. Does rumour say, when will tho good .mon of Grafton grieve to seo their fair daughters walking through mud and miro to receive their lottois at'tlîa^Post (Mee window ?. Thu Singletontons boost :óf a population of 1500 in their township, as on argument why they should be favoured with a letter carrier ; and tho men of Armidale, to the same purpose, boast of 1000 inhabitants ; but our town has, I behove, a population equal to both put to-' gcthor, and yet itf pur dullness, wo do not move to re- quest thb^PÔstmsster Gonornl to favour us with a lotter earlier, and orio or two pillar boxes. Singleton and Armi...

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THE REGULARITY OF OUR STEAMERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

,THE REBUL/WJfiCY OF OUR STEAMERS. h.-, TO TUTftEDITOtt Oï1 THK EXAMÍNEli. SIR,-Tt Ï8?liiçh\tuno somo steps wore taken to bring, under tho,notico of .thedireotors of our steam com- pany, tho reckless system at present pursued by'those 'who have the regulating of the arrival and 'departure of oursteainprs. . -. iAt tho time tho Urara was withdrawn from the trade, it was announced that tho regular communica- tion so long enjoyed by tho district, would bo' main- tained by tho Ast ship Agnes Irving. Wo haro givon her several months trial, during which period she has NOT KEPT^TBE YDVaUTHED DATS 'ANY ONE MOOTH,' dospitöÜhe^Vtorlipns^qf «ho indefatigable secretary/ who ImsJriodNa accomd|islW moro - than the ship, is .capablo of^ perlarmiiig, 'and ta order, to do so, has sacrificed not only thoMnterests of shippors but of tho company. ' \ Take, for example, tho last trip of the Agnes Irving, whioh vessel was despatched from Sydney, before even lier mail was delivered, with- only about two d...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? i TnuBSöAY; ; PBESENT :. .Tho > ' Mayor,^ Aldermen Payne; I Jordan, M'Fadden;and: Jones, i ' ?? MINUTES. Tho minutes of the lost meeting were read and' confirmed . . ' Alderman Payno asked the Mayor, whether ho bad-received any information concerning the ferry ? . : ,' The Mayor said he had received a privato letter on the subject concerning the 'punt, stating tho Minister for Lands was wdling to hand over the punt under, 'certain condi- tions. .The letter being. a 'private one no action was taken. . . . ' »EAINAGE. - 'j-' The Mayor explained that He had entered inti) a contract for carrying off tho water. r Alderman Jones proposed, Alderman Jordan ¡ seconded,-" That the contract bo confirmed" : ; Two letters were rend from Mr. D. Kirk. 1. Complaining that ho had been put to ex- penses in preparing to carry out his contract or Pound-street bridge, which he had been informed hy some of tho aldormen^aud through tho Wal Press had been accepted, and claiming «#5 ...

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GREAT FLOOD AT ARMIDADE. (From the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

GllEAT FLOOD AT AKMLDADE. (From tîie Express.) . \ ONjVVodnesday afternoon tho weather at Armidale again broko,-fortunately after an interval which had . enabled the crooks to become low, and many of tho ' smnUor gulliea'to COOBO running. One heavy shower , followed another, accompanied by a little thundor, and after dark the rain hecamo heavier and moro constant. About 2 a.m. on Thursday itfcll in torrents, and, with the roaring of the crook aní gullies, màde so muoh' noise that but fow could sleep. By day-break tho water had entered some houses in town, and several of Mr, Trim's tenants had to be romoved. About 7 a.m. tho Hood was at its hoighest, when thoro was a' depth of four feet in ono of Mr. Trim's cottages' and three feet in nnothor. Mr. Burton's family nad to; bo, re- moved from Mr. Rae's house, which they ocoupy, and Mr. Johnson's family, who inhabit tho hoiuo, formerly j occupied by Mr, Hamilton, took refuge in tho Scots' Churoh. Lower down thé creek, Mr. Mowlds and fami...

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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. THE CALLING OF THE COMPANY'S STEAMERS AT GARE'S WHARF. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

O ll IG ÍMAlíXp OlätE S P 0 N D E N C ET^ Ousicolumns aro J|j|pn to all writers "who refrain ? from tho uso of virulent language or personalities j but wo are íiororosponsiblo for opinions ex . pressed.. ? . ? ? ? ' THE GALLING OP TIIE COMPANY'S ^TJSAMERS AT GARE'S WHARP. , "V"vrO TUB EDITOR OP THU MCAMINKB. ' SiB^j-Ia\ypur,-"îïâuo of Tuesday; last, I Beere printfld'from IIA ÍÉNTEIÍFIEM CjinoNiotB, a oopy1 of tliernâiiagor's'Toîtor tôMr. G. Willson and other rcquisitipnistB,^n reforoncp to tho steamers calling nt my wharf, and %itK yoiir leave, beg.to make a fow rc marks on : the eamo, na this letter would leave the public to believe that the requisition was signed under , mistaken ideas.'.. Captain. Dye states,' that " it was only Having regard to tho - safety of the Company's property, that caused thom to inako tho alteration, tho Agnes irving having grounded bri tlio rocks at; Sara's wharf and Butlered considérai) o damage.1' / Now, I beg to state tho Agnes Irving nwr grounded at...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

» CENTHAL CRIMINAL ' COURT*/ r - t'y \\'> "VVEDNESDAT. . . ..! /'Dhrons Mr: Justice Milford. , , . i \ ,MU1U)ER. , ? '>,..- ?:><;,?? .);,, ?:, ;-..William' Hefty Corroherj alina Fisher, wns'in dieted for ike wilful murder of Edward Boyd^ at - --tho Tweed, on the lGth of February Inst. ; i:-Mr. Innes prosecuted on tho jinrt of tho Crown. ? Prisoner applied ior counsel, mid on tho assign .niont of the Court was defended by Mr. Long; ' ¡a(tomev, ]^rtMilford. -.? ? : . . , Mr. Innes-, having addresed the jury, and de - s tailed-fho circumstances of tho caso, proceeded to cull tho following, evidence :- > ; ConstantaHenderson deposed to .having arrested /. -' thc prisoner. On boinir taken he was cautioned, ; * r i nnd in reply to tho question as to how be came to do it, he said that ho had tho pistol in his hand : that deceased had tried to tuko it from him, and that in tho scufllo it had gone off j I produce a . Colt's revolver, three chambers aro loaded and threo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

DEATH.           HUGHES—On the 8th January, at Laugherne House, Martley, near Worcester, Henrietta,       aged 15, daughter of W. S. Price Hughes,     Esq., and niece to W. H. Hughes Becke, Esq. of Grafton.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

rpo LET; a HOUSE, ^VINEYARD, and OllANGÈRYjj^se to the Grafton Racecourse. PorjpírtKulars, apply, tb .Mrs. HANCOCK, onAlu^remÎBOS' op to the Agciit, X ' ? .>'> ' HENRY MAURICE. AUSTRALIAN'VMUTUAL PROVI A DENT (LIFE ASSURANCE) , SOCIETY. ' ' ; Incorporated in>1857'by'Act of Parliament K of N. S. \V. Principal Office-Huntcr-strcct, Sydney. Chairman-GEORGE KING; Esq. ' Deputy'Chairman-yA. JrV HOLROYD; Esq. M.L.À.* ó / ? For tablcsof m/a Ü9 Life Assurance, Annuity, and Endowment business (which is transacted on tho wost favourable term's by this ? Society), formsr of proposal, and every information, apply to : i . r t .. , I : JAMES PAGE, Esq.-Agent; Grafton.'. : I , J. B. HOARE, Esq.-^Agent,.Port Mac- quarie. - v '. -MÉDICAL REFEBEES,:- .... -, ! m B. ; EIOHABDS, Esq.-Bichmond Eiver. . - . W. J. ANDERSON Esq. M.D.-^(ncting) Grafton. iSydnoy, February 28th, 1802. Lawrencetown (Elbow). , MR.i F. GAREy/iny been appointed . , . Agent at'LayrOMu for the Clarence and Richmond jfaiam...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO'S.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ; M [ANDltSON^eAMPUEhL, AND Co's.] .. Wo..have no changos of importance! to roporfc for tho past weok. Arrivals of Maize has boon ?light,.tho market is consequently linn : old roaliscs 6s;'and now 3s. to 4s. 8d. . ¿ Wheat continuos in fair;ileinand. . Bran is in modorate demand, retailors arc soiling: by the single bnshel nt ,1s; ; v. ' , Potatoos continue in 'good demand at fair quo- tations.' . " '?' . , , ; '. .? ., ' Lucerne Hay has maintained last wooka quo- tations. 1 ?" Wollongong Batter has. advanced to ls. 3d, for primo. ' . ? ? Bacon-10(1 to ls por lb.; for primo ' Bnrley^r8s.,6d to 4s. per. bushel. ....> . Bran, Iud , Flour-finest Town-£12 por ton . . . : ^ Ditto-fiiiost.Adclaide, £13. :? . ; : . ? Hidos, lioovy-wvoli-8s.toiaj. liny-Luoorno, £-1 to £0.por ton ' Moizo-old, 5a. per. busliul . ' ? , Ditto-now, Ss to 4s 3d. . . . - ' Calves-IBs to 40s eaoh . . : : ' Oliooso-3d to,6d. : ?' ' ? < '> . . Pigs, 3d to 4d por, ...

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SYDNEY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH,] [THOUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] Monday Night, April 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

^AY 'I)^ E, Y . " [Bï JÈliEOTJî^p TlíIíEOBAPU,] ' ' ? 1 ' [THBOUOII QBEmLE'AND DIED.] 'Monday Night, April 13th: - UroN tho deputation waiting on tho Govern-1 mont to roquost >that Parliament might, bo I summoned to amend the Scab ??' Act j tho Goj i vernment requested tho- squatters 'to . submit I some definite proposition as to their viows on i tho subject in writing. f . < . It baa boon dnoidod-to hold a. grand pic-ni<v on an extensivo scale at Botany, to celobrate tho landing of Captain Cook, at that spoc. His Excellency tho Governor ¡Sir John Young, took his departure from Sydney,;, on: a visit to the Illawara 'district,1 on! Thursday last. t lt u . ' , , * .«' A man named Peter - Clarke, n.drover,-was shot dead'by bushrangers,, at Murrurrundi; ClorkoV companions turned out in pursuit and captured thom. , . .-,?", - .'.-i ¡V '' 'By the escorts 6210 ounces of gold was ro ceived. - , -, . .. ? ' Tho maU between Cassilis and Mudgee was Btuck vfc on 8rd ins...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

LONDON. WOOL REPORT. . Tho wool sales commencod. on. the : 2Gth February. 'if Gross total,- oil -hand 4-1,530 bales., Market inactivo,- al though holders aro deposed to selly and . ready to submit to a -reduction - of ¡tho ; rates ; currents ¡ia* January, lt.is believed that with: tho excep tian of Port Phillip Wool, last rates; will con tiuuo; butin those a decline, of fully lid. per1 lb., willtàkoplace.... Sydney Wool, <.although not muchV^'nted will sell in consequence of tho sraull stocks heidi ' ? . :K :>il .rix' ' iOi u '

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD] Sydney, Monday afternoon, April 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

AREIVAL Ol? THE ' ENGLISH MAIL. .-* [Br EiiEOTBio TE&EGBAJH, TUROUGUI, ' GBBTILLB AND JBIED! .....( Sydney, Monday afternoon, April:13th. TnB Madras, ; with , ¿hen English ; i mail: on' board,: arrived at King George's:-Sound on1 tho 8th April. , ; ' . i ' The' City- of- Melboumo," branch''isteamer, arrived at Adelaide, at ton o'clock last night, with nows 'to the 5th March. , ,. I"' The Queen's health continues good.; » ;;;,u1^i.^é'!f:^.'",;V;''i""Ui-'^^.i.

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FEARFUL TRAGEDY AT AMURI, IN THE CANTERBURY PROVINCE. (From the Wellington Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

.FEARFUL'' TRAGEDY* AT AMURI, IN - ¡ ; : - s TUE CANTERBURY PROVINCE. : . .,~ ¿(From the Wellington Independent) * ' t}N'FrtdayjIüy>.8ome rumours of a seríes of mar-' derstót Amuri, ;near.:! Kai ¡ Koras .were bruited abroan, but wo wera unable.'.to',; obtain full and j «îrahle^r^toulars until Saturday' morning, when, ^ptain Bayíafyn,' of tho sch'oorior Randolph, whoj ?liad recently arrived from -tho Kai Koros,, furnished ihi with full dotails of. the horribloi ocr. currenco. The following are the particulars as prepared, fnjm tho captain's statement. I The achodnqçljaàhlpk loft Kai Koros about ;teh days . ¿go, and, j dat 'Hpfdnajhor departure the tragedy ?took placo. -^û.bout^oventy-;porsons in aUwero. Tcollectëd at Alnurijin oipeotation vof ; tho '?arrival o.f.a fltoamor from Lyttelton, wliiqh was jto. take, awajpfivo hundred bales bf wool.- * Sbmo'xf ' the party were/ Europeans, and tho rest ww0 mainly Maories belonging to tho neighbourhood. Tho .first intelligence of tho ovbri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

J":ï ï !?>?(; I \ 1 / , 1 f T , _ D.I U I " , Steam to. Sydney., , - THE C. andí^;i' E.!S;v'Ni XGNES SIywxK, for SYDNEY, TO^IOl/oW^T . . NBSÏMW): MORNING/at daylight. ? ' THOMAS FISHER, Agent. î Notice to Shippers and Consignees of Goods by the C, and R. R. S. N. - Company's Steamers. HIE COJ : tnñWd'tVme, that thej, : ' " GRAFTON 'will CONTINUE vTOi /ALL/AT MY WHARF, I shall be r/:pared to receive and forward cargo: aa heretofore. FREDERICK GARE. Lawrence Wharf, March Mt ,¥117ANTED, a' SINGLÉ MAN, #to ' W drive: a horso&nd mt,"- and make himself! generally, ujwul.y'' . Wy ??" THOMASr SHO^LLER. BRICKS! 1 BRICES ! ! w "ANTED) 150,^,BMCKS . made j: yards : and sheoTfoAd.- ..Apply, toJ Mr1. "Dl'MOYES, Buildei/Bac'on-street. P W . , Australian, Joint i Stock: jßank. .\rOTICE.41Tliís BgiU¡ÍÁ p future -he -Lv,; CLODED EVBR^ATJMtT)A'Y, " at Ity'tfcl&iaim., (/mmencinwon the 10th ..iiistant.3t.ji~ " . [? ; ' .HEN RY-CUTHBERT, Manager. ' . Grafton, 6th : January, 186¿¡ RIV ...

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EXTENSIVE FIRE IN QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE. (From the Queensland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

EXTENSIVE PIKE .IN "QUEEN .STREET, BRISBANE. I (From the- Queensland Guardian.) THE mostrbxterisivo.fire that has occurred in Brisbane ance separation broke out on pre- mises in Qùèen-Btreet, opposite Messrs. G. Baff and Co.'s stores^ and contiguous to the newly . erecte^v Bank of Australasia, on Monday evening 30th ultimo, at about eleven, o'clock. The buildings in this part are most of them recently erected, and aro , used a» stores, being built, with one exception, of wood. Tho fire was first discovered on the premises of Mr. Binney, who carries on the trade of aVholesále Aud retail grocer ; this structure being composed^entirely. bf wood, it was consumed with alarmW rapidity, and Presented thebrilliant spectacl&of ûn enormous bonfire, which was sufficiently.conspicuous to attract the attention of the citizens i>vnu partg. of the town, who flocked to the sceneV dis- aster and used their utmost exertions toVy& the property in the adjoining stores, and à prevent ...

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ARMIDALE. (From the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

A ItM l V A I- E . (From the Express.) . TlíB NOETURRcT GoiiD FlEnDS EDEOTION. -Tho following are the results, ns vet ascer- tained, of tile olection for the Northern Gold FicíHs:V \ < . A . \ y Buchanan. Macnamara. Uràllà \.....^.Ä.;. 92 69 PooldiRginga.....;.,,....7.«... 85v 94 Timbarra..\....¡.H 41 ,.., . ,25 Tooloom and Pretty'Gully ....30 . , 2 I;, ? 254 ..' 190 .. Majority for Buolianan, 64. I It was reported in Armidale yesterday' that on Thursday morning a bushranger Bto^ed &yo nien, on^Warlang'B Bange, and 'tliaftaftor öhooting^ono of the travellers dead, and wounding auptlihr, ho was captured by tho remaining throe, and handed over to the authorities whon »tho party roached the nearest township. \ On Saturday last the down mail coach waa Btuck up near Colly Creek, hy ono armed inan but ho got nothing, as there' is no dowri: mail on Saturday. AcoiDEKÍf-On Thursday week a man naöted patrick Gallagher jumped out of the down moil, at ^Carlisle Gully, on the ...

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GRAFTON CHURCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

GEAJ2T0N CHUBOH MEETING. ON. Tuosiítylaat, being BSâïir Tuesday, the an- nual meoting^oC the members of, tho Church of England; wtijdwWroi tho'*efturch, for tho pur- pose ? of ' oleclW chnfehwardens. and the Church . Committeefor tho ensuing year, and to receive the reports bf tho secretary and treasurer; The Kev, the Minister of tho Church having I. taken tho chair, the proceedings^ commencéd¡with singing thia lOOIh Psalm, and prayer ; after which in afew words tho chairman stated; tho purpose Lof their assembling together, and rood tho follow- ing report :~- % . . ; .,v;.r -;,y- ". . ^ Secretary's ¿eport for year 18G2-April *îtli Tho present roport roviowing tho operations of (bo past year, will briefly touoh on tliOBO matters that are of interest to tho congregation, 8° us to placo them in possession; oK tho-'.{acts',.^^wWehHBro^cuBnoeto4""\»l(U tliom. . V ;\ '. V' '' '..'".'; '.'' " ? ': Tho regular Berjdoea^of'tho ohuroh have been held on morningVoVl eveningipn every Sunday thr...

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ABSTRACT OF SADES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

ABSÏBAOT, OI£ «ABES BY AUOXION DUB INaVnkwBEK. MR-.TEOMAS BA^psV.-At tho Ktrolmorrtadt ? Factory, To-Morrow (Wednesday), nt 12 o'olobk, ' -10,000. Foot: Cedar, Hardwood, and'Soantling ; At TuttarsuU's Hotel, on Monday, ut ll o'clock, ? Horses.:'. V, . ;' SALE OF Jâi4£Îoai.--ssW"o understand 'that. Mr. 0. J. iTndaHuHi hwome the purchaser of the Ermington strction, lately tho property of Mr. M. S. M'Dongnl. Tho price paid being about £2 7s. per hoad. STATE OÏ TUE GHAITON GAOL. - The. following is tho number of prisoner, confined in and discharged from hor Majesty's gaol at Grafton, during tho month onding March 8JL.st, 1863A Cohj^ned^ larceny, 1 j embez- zlement, 1 resisting f^bailiff, 1 ; breach of Vagrant-Act; 2 ; Varson%l ¡ absconding, 3 ; broach orv Master and ^Servants' Aat, 1; murder, Ai Total ll. Discharged : ab- sconding, 3 ; breach of Maator and Sorvanta' Act 1 j breach of^Vngrnut Act, 1 ; murder, removed to Darlinghurst gaol. Total 5. ELECTORATE OP ÏUE CLÍBEKOE AND RICHMOND....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

SEEDS. SEEDS. SEEDS. EEDUCTION OF 25 PER CENT. I» 1 PRICES.-The undersigned, having lately IMPORTED a large quantity o: AGRICULTURAL SEEDS (such a¡ lucerne, white mid red clover, rye-grass mixed meadow grass, lawn grass, trifoliuni; trefoil, and others), offers the Bamc al prices j which must speedily ensure theil Belling, BO that farmers, graziers, and other* may take advantage of the present fine season by laying tfewn fattening paddocks Any bf the above seeds may be sown among the growing crops of wheat, barley, or oatSj without injury to thc crops, with no furthei culture than meyffy rolling in y thc rollei covers the seed Bjflncienjfy, andurepares thc land for the jJkhßjf thjwefcy a ? field ol Italian ryegl||g|ra^ov^rifcy belaid down for about 26s.^é¡|«reprhicli \vill remain a permanent pistuJe for many years without further expensjjr ' ' - , i Hay growers would do well \6 turn their attention to these clovers and ¿grasses for hay, instead of trusting to the uncertainty of proc...

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