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MOVEMENT OF TROOPS INCREASING THE MILITARY FORCE AT TARANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

MOVEMENT OF TROOPS , INCREASING THE MILITARY FORCE AT TARANAKI   Matters in this unhappy province have     once more assumed a warlike appearance ;     and New Plymouth seems destined again to   be the battle-field.     -It appears that so sudden and unexpected   was the demand for more troops that when     Major-Genernl Cameron arrived from       Taranaki, by the Harrier, at half-past four, p.m., on Tuesday, 17th, not an officer belong- ing to the detachment ordered for embar-   kation on the following morning at eight     o'clock was in quarters, andmost of the men   were dispersed through the town. Never-   theless, the whole detachment were mustered   and marched down to the point of embar     kati...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 April 1863

IMPORTS.   April7.—Agnes Irving (s.), from Sydney: 11 parcel,   Candlish; 2 lots bags, B. Wright; 2 lots bags, J.       M'Plico j 2 lots bags, J. Law j 2 lots bags, D' ' Stewart |2 lota bags, VV. Connor ; 8 bags bags, Fray ; ??? c 1 bag bag, T. Shannon ; 2 lots bags, 1 bag bario/, W. Emaby ¡ 1 lot bags, J. Kentsboer ; 1 lot bags, J. t äneciby, 1 lot bags, Gt. Reveal j 3 lots bags, J. Whitby; 2 lots bags, W. Murphy; 3 lots bags, J.     Connor; 3 lots bags, E. Napper; 1 package windows,     S. Osborno} 2 lot« bBgn, Byron ¡ 1 bag bags, A. Catt ; 2 lots bngs.N. M'Auloy ¡ 1 bag bags, Pholps ; >.. i . 1 lot bags, N. Pringlo ¡ 1 bug barley, W. Johnson ¡ <V4 mat* sugar, 22 brigs'* m\t, 20 boles, G ohesta 20 lialf-ehofta tra, 2 bales leather, 1 truss, 4 cases strarcli. ' ' 2 boxes blue, 20 boxes candle.9, 2 cases confectionary, 1 bag carraway seeds, 1 bato tarpau...

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TREATMENT OF SNAKE-BITES. (From the Colombo Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

TREATMENT OP SNAKE-BITES. . , .; . (From the Colombo Obsirver.) WE feel it a duty to give prominence to tho following plan and simple directions for tho treatment of snako bites. The great point of < course is immorfiato excision, and a copious1 flow of blo'od'from . the wound. * Stimulants i in such cases may ¡be valuable.. But if "oxci Ision has been neglected, than hopo centros in i tho exhibition of largo 'doses : of stimulative medicines-brandy,; or, arrack, by alli moans/ if nothing oise is to bo had-but, tie remedy is liquor ammonia. ' , ' ' . : '.Treatment ,qfi Snalee-BUps, - "... .'. . Tho following directions for msing liquor of ammonia1 in ; tho treatment of, snake, bites has bnon published by Government :-r-. . li'Thirty or forty drops should , nt onoo bo given, mixed with 2ozs; (equal to a wine glassful or chuttab) of vrator, and tjus etiould bo repeated nts intervals of ton . or fifteen minutes, till all symptoms of tho poison disappear, and ; lill conscious...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

.RICHMOND RIV IR.-. AimiVAW. , ApvjlG.-Tnnoi'^íoküon, fr¿(t\ Sydiíoy- * " ' Apnr7,-TrCyclono,'from:Mo1bouriJO., . ; , ,< Apnl'8.-VAm^c^. Vixenj and Sea^Giill from Sydney.. Vv, . 1 ' _ >, / Tho'ro aro.twonty v«j3bjlB*&' tho' rivor at tho prosent timo, air loaMB.^Çith: the excep- tion of tho. lato «arrivaisretj^faur or five, moro due,' - - ' . UL ? Iggfi".'Tho I. Agnes .-Irving; i will leave for Sydney to-morrow (Wednesday) ' morningi and tho Grafton on tho afternoon of tho' samo day..;,, ", . <,-?',< ?-, n, Tho Grafton' (s.) loft Brisbane, ' nV.8 .xi.ni.' on Saturday, tire 18th instanfc, roundediCapo Moreton O.'lüV p.m., and arrived at 'the bar . at 8 a¡m.iou Suuday, having made tho,' run ' up to tho Heads in twenty-four, hours.'i Sho arrived, .at[ lasher's.: wharf shortly before ;W noon tho same day. TheGrafton experienced strong south-east Veczes throughout tho , passago, with' lifcfcvy squalls ATho Telegraph .'. was sighted oigjrfc* milc...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO'S.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. .. . [ANDEHSON, CAMPBELL; AND Co's.]' ?' -? Arrivals during Iho past wook lmvo 'not,boon ovor mony, bnsiii083 hus liowovor boon vory brisk. : , ' . Mateo, old is becoming rntlior soarco and soils roodily ot 5s. now rungos from. 2s to 8s. Oil. according to quality. . > ' ? . .. Whsnt is rntlior dull of salo, owing, to. tho hoavy, stooks in tlio hands of millers, Now South Waka' is with difficulty, quoted ot 4s. . Brandis if onytiling, in botter demand.' .: ' J Bacon-,10d to ls per lb. for pruno' " i-Barloy---3s. Od to 4a Od por bushol. ? ' Brap, lOd to ls i , ? l)nttor,'ls. to 1B 8d per lb. '.'"?' Flour-finest Town-£12 10s to £13 10s por. ton Ditto-finest Adolaido, £18 to ¿14 10s ... Iiidos, hoary-caoh 8s. to 12s. " Hay-lucerno, £4 to £0 per lon : . ^ Maize-old, 5s. .poi'bushel > , ; Kilto-now, 2s to 8s Cd. * Calves-15s to '40s each .. ; . . Olioeso-Sd to 6d ; ? ??'?????:" Pigs, 8dto4d pmlb. .. . . Wheat-Adolaido, 6s to 5s 6d . : ?= Ditto-Now South Wales, l...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, APRIL [?] 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

Clarence nub ^ieJjinoiA ' ??'Y' . (families 1 _lili_ia_ TÜESDAYyAERiKn ---, . r~\- . IN order to malto room for the news received by tho Agnes Irving,:' we bavo unavoidably boon compollcd, to omit " our leading articlo, and a number rof .advertisements uutil our next issue. "

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

LATEST COMMERCIAL. \ 7 :-:-T- (.-I [THOMAS. BAWDEN.] , I huiro to report a fair amount of business dono during t lio pnat week. At tho salo of waste timber, on. Wednesday, thora was a fair uttondanoo' of buyers, tho wliolo hoing placed at fair prioos. ' : .'. Oattlo.-I havo sovoral lots both fat 'anA stow for salo, but cannot report any transactions. ,.{,? IIorseB, aro vory dun of salo. . ;. ? . . : , Land.-I havo sovoral lots', both town-and country fur salo; but thore is vory little disposition to purchase Produoo.-Maize may bo quotod at 3Si toi 3s. Od ., for now ; -di. Gd. to fis, for old. Potatoes aro in domand. ? ? . .. '-? .. .' Invostmoiits.-Thero is a demand for advances just «ow on mortgages of freehold .proporty; in good positions ; rates of intoi'cats 10 to 12 J por cent. ??: THOMAS BAWDEN, auctioneer and brokory land, 'atocle, and gonorul commission agont, Booms, Grafton, April 20tu.

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

GRAFTON POLICE COURT. - , ' . i FHIDAY. , . BEFOIIB Captain- Hill, P.M., and Mr. W. A. B. Groavoa, J.P. > » BIlOWNi T.rT. /SMAIrl... . . Thia was, a claim of £7 IGs.,' for three '.months!.!wages.'." Tho iplaintiff paul \ -him tho wagos duo', but rofu8eds.tó" payiliira' fjr tho thrco months' notico.:<\hjit\hV gavo when loaviug.' . It'appoar'ed that . thjt plaintiff did not give, satisfaction, but tho Bench-' said « as Mr. Small hadialhJwjsW lina to remain in -his omploy,Jio must pay fcho,-\laintift' £C 10s., hoing tho balancé duo,-' \ *. . « This was -a chargo^of, abusiv^Snftinsulting language, arising out of tho 4>jwuliff (who . residos in Mary-street) keoping^&mls,-which annoyed' tho, .defendant, and' uVnce the quarrol. ,The'Bench dismissod the case.,

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DREADFUL TRAGEDY AT WARLAND'S RANGE. (From the Singleton Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

.DREADFUL TRAGEDY AT "WAR LAND'S RANCIE. (From the Singleton Times.) Utf.lhnrsday morning, Mr. rotor Clarke, whpreaidod at tho Bulga, in company. with ; Jämos;ölarko, and Aston- Clarke, of tho samo place, aiid John Conroy, of . Breeza, and a young lad were proceeding up tho country. On,arriving on tho top of Warland Range, J. Clarke observed a man riding fast towards him ¡and another man nfter him, armed with a re- volver. He called upon the boy to.stop, but hojrodo off nt full speed, although shot at .by^tho bushrangor. Ho then bailed up Potor Clarko, and told him-to hand over his watch and guard, which he; did.' Ho then demandod his cash; and told'him" to turn ibis back to^ him. "VVhilo ho 'felt his. pockotB;1 Clarko turned to him, arid just ns tho villian got, hlA^antl*towards him,.Clarko, turnod .ratjMjjro^raap him, when tho scoundrel firod 0Sttttx. Peter Clarke, ¡wounding' him "in "tho "throat, undaunted by this-Clarko1 proBsod on ,tlio bushrangor, and no doubt would havo got t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

SHÎPPÎKS IÏ4TELL1GEH8E. ?"' '' - ' ' AKBIVAL8.V .'. V' .' April Grafton (s.)y 210 tons, Captain ; Maides, from Brisbano ¡18th,;.in8tttnt.fiPasV ' Eongora-Mr H. Barker, Mr?^A.¡ Cainoron,' nd 3 in tlio^atoorago. . 1 April 20.-Agnes Irving 400 tona, ., Captain H.'Croor, from Sydney 18fch instant. Passengers-Mrs; Cameron and family, Mrs. Attwater and child, Mrs. -Beale, : Mr. and Mrs. Attwood,, Mrs. Go*rard ; -Mi'ssrs. "Walker/ Sippo, Crombyi, Doyö^ld, Griffiths, Devlin,.and 28 in tho steerageV\ ,

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

April'110.-G'rnfto\\)' fflftn Wtíuno t 25 cases ' ?5 casks and 0 liogelicafe^pür, 9HC1 snuSrica, Thomas

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

/ ' ": ;,' DEPABTURE3$f^' ' ,Aprif 15.-Agnos Jrvmg" (£ -;QO tons, Captain' Creer," for Sydnoy. ^utf '1 April-lÖ^G rafi on (s-.),_210 toni?,. Captain Haides, for Brisbandl '\

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

? : : i a u E E rv s ii A. rv D . i Br tho politeness of Captain MATDES, we aro in receipt of complete files of tho Brisbane journals up to Saturday, tho 18th instant, from which wo cull tho following extracts : SUPPOSED Loss OP A Snip's BOAT AND TniBTEEN SOULS.-On Monday, tho Gth instant, while tho Queen of tho Colonies was anchored off the Capo Morton lighthouse,, tho life-boat was manned to convoy ashore for interemont, tho body of Mrs. Barnfield one of tho female passengers who had died in "child-bed. This was about five o'clock in tho afternoon. In tho boat were Captain Hill, Messrs. Durrani, Arundel, Barnfield, Ford, Langford; Eldridge, (chief officer), Grant, (fourth-mate) Eoach and Murray (quarter- masters), and three ablo soamon. At this timo there wjis a strong S.E. wind.. Tho boat was pulle^ fight ito tho\teeth of this wind, and is jeeovra toVhayp^eached the shore, and to liay^Jaii'dod t^o.Sfeâîlt and. pas sengors, as tho gravo wlicroiathVcorpso was buried was seen by tho...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

It is Mhourod ty tho Bourso that the Fronch Emperor1 recoiled a- letter . from tho Czar of Russia oltbriugtto subtnit.the-, affairs ,*... of Toland,to his arbitration. : , . ' ' Tho 'French Minister at Berlin' rocoivod instructions tb oifer1 romonstrances 01^, the conducfc : ; of ; i Prussia.' a Resignation : of. : tho. Primo Miuistor. .* ?. .,- .-v.v -v v

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POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

VOLAND. ' / Tui^Convenlî&n bèfrvcWPimsain and Russia on tho PolisMwejtiou ia causing groat sensa- tion; ' Prussia has douounced tho soini-official article in the ' GonslitutUmnol papor. It ja . behoved that Franco, England,. and Austria liavo addressed notes to Ruksia.and. Prussia. .Earl Russell :condomns their policy in Parlia- ment.. In Poland dreadful atrocities have boon committed. Tho insurrection is far from1 being suppressed. Tho movement is spreading throughout all tho provinces. Two thousand insurgents havo occupied Dublonka. : Tho Provinco of Imbin on volkyma, und Wonckosod havo,boan taken. ,? Tho Russian troops worojcorapollwvfosoek refuge in Prusr sia-i .territory. .' \ \V . Two battles occurroa^ihIbo neighbourhood of Cracow, upon the 1st and 26th February, . . between tho Russians and tho troops of tho Polish, insurgents^ Tho Russians woro dc foatedon each occasion!^ . ;

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MICHAEL V. SCRUTTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

'. - MIOHAEL' V. ? SCRUTTON. ' ' TO THE EDÍlÓS.ÓJ? Tiré EXAJtltfEH. . '.. Sin,-T-Às thora ara'aoiho " mattere eoiinootod. with" ' tho' caso ^clud4>ontM!-myiell^wk!oh':fl|^ro(1 in "your last nook s journal, I request you to publish n refu- tation of somo of tho statements made on^ho&ej||ion, - I do not think it nt all fairahnt .Mien \ p9?tioflbr ohnrgó is brought against nn fndivlaual, l¿at otlior statements shouUl bo allowed to be intfoduooaV.whiolu tho DonoU is inooinpotonfc to ontcrtnm, and wRjph tho dofondänt cannot bo heard to disproyo, except by baro assertion. [,\'. ;/'Mr.-Michael with n view; no doubM'Bf'drawing a. favourable comparison between himself ' o's, a ;-moriib'ar. bf tho profession and a person., not legally authorised to practiso, assorted " that tho leaso in "question was not worth tho paper it was written'1, on:"- 'This is mora assertion, nat - fact ¡. had the .'document boon prepared by ino for Mr. Michnol^u his oflleo,'vis othor documents' have been ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

. OBITUARY. . J : (Earl Cottoiilmm,' CaptaiusfJladstono, M.P., and 'Daniel WhMo Marvoy, JfJhjpf Com- missioner ol' CityjÇplicoV' \ Cs

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

BIRTH.           CASSON.—On the 2nd of April, at Newbold Grange, the wife of Mr. John Casson, of a son.

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH,] SYDNEY. [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] Monday Night, April 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

; : ?' [Br ' ÉDEOTRio^TEMîGnAi'ii,] S X D N E Y . [TEBOUGÜ tóEV^LE AND 3JIBÖ.J MdáuoyíNight, April 20fcfi. The inhabitants óX Murrurundi, proposo to erect a monumonvto the. memory of Mr. Clarice at the spot wlieA) ho was 'murdorod. Now^Zealand war affairs''arc,very, critical. . I Tho troopVhavo taken possession of Taranaki. The Wail^oi^vinco a very hostilo spirit; Tho Watchman at tho^ouevolent Asylum hung himsolf\^n SÎàdayNlast. -, i ? Maize is soiling to-da^y.at 4s to'4s Gd. pei1, .bushel ?.??!?>; À;> v."' -j/' ?' -'.-..v. j . . ... . * ' ..<: < ?-? The Herald of to-day states that forty   ticket-of-leavoholders from Western Australia have recently arrived in New South Wales.   The Rev. Mr. Boulton of Windsor, has   been adjudged by the Police Bench, the father of the illegitimate child of Miss Isabella Houghton, who sued him for main- tenance. The rev. gentleman has resigned   his living. &nbsp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

The Treasury, New South Willes, 13th -February,. 1863. MONEY may' be transmitted between the following places, by means of Post Office Money Orders; viz :~ - ' . Albury; : v .: .. . Mudgeo,; ; . I Armidale,'"ii! .. . Newcastle, ,, Bathurst, .-."-Kv / Orange, , : . Borrimn,'1 (/j / Parramatta i Braidwood,'" / / Pen/ Campbelltown/ /. Awigli Deniliquin,, /../.? /Sufcolhnvou ?Forbes, : / ' Scone, . -,- .<. i : Goulburn,' ?7 ? . SYDNEY, ??? : !l ' Gundagai, / Tamworth, I Grafton, ,. j . "Windsor, I Kiama, . / > ,^Wollongong . ,i .\ Maitland,.East ' Yass, . i Do., "Wost, Young. ? , Application to bc made at the POST I OFFICE, in each place, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily; E. C. "WEEKES. T OOKING GLASS AND FURNI JU' TUFAIS, WAREHOUSE, 3, AND 7,' BRIDGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Plato: glass all sizes, silvered and unsilvered, i300 Gilt .chimneys in carved wood frames, ... - and host British,plates. ' . . , ?:.<;:. ": 200 Glasses,-with and without marble tops. ...

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