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RULES FOR TREATMENT OF ASPHYXIA, OR SUFFOCATION BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

BULES FOR TREATMENT OF ASPHYXIA, : j hÓR SUFFOCATION BY DROWNING :.'I. iSènd with nil speod for medical aid, arliblos o - clothing, blankets,&o. '-> r-t ...(:. II. Loso not a moment ol timo, treat tho patient; on tho spot, in tho open air, exposing tho .face and oliest! ¡freely to tho brcezo, except', (in; too cold weather);1 thon '.? ? . - j¡ ?'?j,,. ; ' ' TO EXCITE BESPntATION. . ?.' \rL '., III.. Placo the patient gently; and for o' moment,' on; \hoface, to allow any fluids to paBS from tho mouth.1: -' ' ;IV. ilion raise tho patient into .a- sitting posture, and endeavour to oioito respiration-.7, i >'. l.vByjrritating tho, nostrils by Bnuff, hartshorn, Sio., ; : 2,7By;irritating tho''bobk j pàrt;. bf tho' throat and tongio with a^feàthor,'&c'.| ' \N', V ":V.C / '".'.'/.f.-V'-'v ' , 8." 'By gashing hot and cold water oltornately oa tho; foco aria ohest.' "'' .""" . >., , ¿. . . . , ' i 'If theso moans fail to irritate respiration ?l iY. Koplaco (ho patien...

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HORRIBLE MURDER NEAR WIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

nOREIBLBl MUIiDBR>NEÄ.E .WIGAN. OJÎB of tho most horrible'jarid revolting crimea which it has evor boen our lot to re- cord was committed,lato on Friday night or, early on Saturday morning,. at. a; small "col-" liery situated in Haigh, near "Wigan and not more than a milo or a mile "and a-half from tho boundary of tim borough.- ??? ! V! J-'- i.l\r TIio scone of tho murdor ÍB tho Bawkhouso or Button Pit, .a collieryi,bolonging:/to:!the' Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, and situate not moro, than-50p(..yardsy djstant from^tho . Bed Bock Bridge on the^canal|';from Wigan, to Lancaster.' lt1 isMnVMe'" township of Haigh, and.is not morQ^'tlrlifl^few minutes' walk from Worthington pmoAinills, where only last month a watchinan\wVs\brutally:as saulted by a couple of burglars who intended to , sack the counting-houso: . The seam worked at the colliery is-the Arley-mine, and' as tho pit makes a great deal of water a pump- ing engine has been erected, and is, kept at work both night and day. ...

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

STEREO SCO on paper LO.R8TCH, Queel PICKWICK CRICKET "CLUB. A LL MEMBERS, who have paid , up their subscriptious^ate invited to at- tendra MEETING, ti M held at Mr. illolnisten'a Fuutily lidie/ fi THURSDAY, next, the 23rd instapl/ « 8 o'clock , pre- cisely, for the purpjKc/of binding up the .business of this C/iUj md to receive from 'the secretary the *uu]piree of funds ¡after 'payment of all expenses. 'All persons having any claims arc requested to attend for payment. ' ' . W. L, LAWRENCE, Secretary. TTOUSEMAID, WANTED. **? MR.,CHARLES//WALKER will bc"m\Grufton, TG^MflmoW '(Wednra day), the 22!id';of/A|i^md:wiU bc glad to see at Mr. Fisher's'store, arly person willing to engage ns above. For Smith's Flat: EA MER /ÄfttRRA, weatlTèT' permitting,#iltf!eni^<ûrafton ?? for Smites .Flat, íoiv-TIIJfRSDAY the 30th April, at 7 a.m.: T. FISHER, Agent. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED hereby intimate' ?V that on. MONDAY, "the 4th tiny of May, thcy^ will commence malting"'regu- lar , WEEKLY' TRllt...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

ABSTRACT OF SALES B\\»XION DU«. ' ... i INO-'TUB ? WES$K/H^ C. vt 'J J G BATT ION FERRY.-Til is Daywnt noon, nt tho Court House, Grafton, tho LcaW of tho Grafton .Furry, for,ono or thrco years. .. . .. . . . MR TirOirÁSv áiWDENi^Oii.TlmNtltty, at 12 o'clock; atwpftqa tlio>,proimsost of Mr, J. M'Qownn.-Nortli-atfiwl, Grufton, Farming Im piemonte,.' JTliroo OoV>, ; Bijnught '«.Ilbrao, Fips ? 30O Bushels Miiíio, HotyiohoTa FurÏHfuro, aud, sumirlos'¡ ôn'Morûluy, ut/Tufftráull'íTlotul, at. ll'orolook,-Hoipea.V . V.. <vf '? JIB.' HENRY1 MAURICE,-0\ Monday noxl, nt ll o'clock, nt thu Salo Yiii'tlaVlf tho Royal Hoto!, v 40 Hciad of Milking Cows, HeUBranml Calven," Bend of llorsos, Humees. aiulVsudw, Farming Utoiwlls; &0, ; ' 4 ' \ V; \ . TUE DUAINAGB OF THE TOWN.-Tho temporary brains, which aro being cut by the Municipal Council to rcliovo tho town ot' ita:stagnant water, and about which BO many: different opinions have been offorcd - are rapidly; apprô^fihjng comàl...

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GENERAL BUTLER'S FAREWELL TO NEW ORLEANS. (From the London Evening Sun.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

GENERAL BUTLER'S FAREWELL , TO NEW ORLEANS. (From tho London Evening Sun?) BEFORE leaving Now . Orleans, ..? General Butler issued tlio following address to tho in? habitants of that eily :?- * Citizons of Now Orleans,-It moy notbo in- appropriate, ns it is not inopportuuo in. occasion,, that tuoro should ho addressed to you a fow words nt parting, by ono whoso namo is to be¡ hereafter indissolubly connoctedwith your city. . I shall spoak in no bitterness, bocauso I am not conscious of a singlo personal animosity. < Oom-: manding the army of tho Gulf, I found ? you ? cap-: tured,but not surrendered ; ; conquored, but not ordorly ; roliovnd from tho prosonco of ou army, but incapablo of takinpr caro of yoursolvcs. , So far. front it, you had callud upon a foreign. logion" to protect you from yourselves. 'I -restored ordor, punished crimo, oporiod commorco, . brought pro- visions to your- starving pooplo, reformed your currency, and gave you quiet protection, such ns; you h...

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

THE CO tf , AGNES "irtm SYDNEY, TO .¿NESMLM.OROTG THOMAS Notice tb Shippers and Consignees of Goods by the C. and R. R. S. N.. Company's Steamers.. it^aAtâérs. N. _ COMM.NY having in- timated to.me, that thcjr steamers, .:? 1 ; " GRAFTON -and URARA1," will CONTINUE TO CALL AT MY I WHARF, I 'shall be prepared to receive aud forward cargo as heretofore. ( , FREDERICK GARE. Lawrence1 Wharf,' March 24th. . TO SHOEMAKERS. VyWA'NTED.* a I Good HAND. Mf/to :'Mr? J. S. DREW, Prince-street; i^^fcrauss' Dispen- sary. ? ,'j .' :>?'? 07ANTED, a . SINGLED MAN? to " drive a horse and^c Uitnaelf generally ustfjj«,,; THOMAS, WANTED, 150,(J00)B1ÍK)KS made; yards andvBheai^foinid. Apply to | Mr. D. MOYËSi Bmtóer/Won-strcet. - -i ^ Y^, Australian Joint Stock Ban) re be Y, at ie 10th. I NOTICE;-Tliis Bank CLOSED lEVERY^ATXfR 12 o'clock, a.m., comm/teijwJo instant. .. t of'lW.-. HENRY CUffHd3ERT,VManagcr. Grafton, 6th January, 1863\ R. SALE 'Ni PERRY AT GRAFTON, AT NOON, TÄIS DAY (TUESDAY), the 21st ...

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CLARENCE RIVER STEAM COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

CLARENCE ' EIVEBVSÍEM COH PANY; \ UNDER dato :of April 8th, thoV:HEBAM)'s Grafton correspondent writes: Tho Agnes Irving carno in last evening Without n re' ; tum mail,rauoh'totho' súrpiiao'and disappointment of our letter-writers. Yot this is tho.rulo now and not tho oxcoption." Oncomoro in tho namo; of tho' ' Grafton shippors, I oak our boord of directors thoso suggestive questions r Aro ;wo to havo tho Urara again ? Will anything liko mothod !Bo soon ;r'o-cstab lished j Or must wo toko no notico of apparent ne- glect, arid consent to jog along careless 'of, all results ? Thoro certainly,'exists ou tho Olarcneo, however latont it laay bb, an.under çurront of agitation in favor of à now steam company. " And I don't ste any probability of it» doereaso whilst wo aro so unfairly-treated and so materially .injured.' : .' ' /., l;.;';'U .? ? In answer to this . truthful Btatomont, ap-: pears tho¡ following lotter in;; Saturday's Eerala", by which it will be soon that " Director " would ...

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

"Tho blqíkadojbf Charlo\iWn» ia : ro-os liflhed.,3 Ç \ A A> . Tho Comoderales nrowronaring for a ostab deB-, porato rosistauco. ? '"A largo portion of tho ítonfodorato "army 'of Virgiuia havo alao lofé fo\;.Vicksburg to aid in tho dofenco. . Samucr lias introduced a bill to enrol 300,000 negro soldiers. . I The New Jersey legislature aro about to¡] write to tho Confederates to join in a national; I convontion. v:\. ; . \ ??.:?;.? ; ,-!; i Tho. Confederates made a dashing exploits at Charlestown with two iron-clad vessels and three war.stoamers.1 Thoy* attacked the blockading squadron. The Federals wore I complotoly. taken by surprise. Two of their gunboats svoro.at onco dostroyod, five , others set on firo,"and tho remainder pursued until out of sight. ?Tho official despatch: of'Admiral Dupont admits - that tho "Eederal gunboat-Mercedita surrendered, and that the ship Keystone State waa seriously damogod.Tho Confedo roto rams which poured tho. shot -into her boilers caused the st...

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

.... E U R OPEAN îï EWS. OWING to tho lato arrival of tho Agnes Irving, steamer, yestorday,.with tho English mail, wo arejunavoidnbly compellod to. omit our London'Correspondent's lotter,, and con- tent ourselves with extracting - tho following from- tho, Hera Wand ¡Jüinpive, recoivod by tho Grafton,, via Brisbano :- . v The 'Queen's- Speech, at .tho opening , of Parliament,1 principally 'dealt ' on tlio mnr riago of tho Princëvof ,úfalos and tho surren- der of tho Ionian Island^ to Groeco on cer- tain conditions;,...It lamentocl tho- disastrous continuance of.tho war in America, but at tho samo timo deprecated any. attempt afc in tcrforenco. Tho sovoro distress in the manu- facturing districts and the .noble and heroic i fortitudo displayed byvtho distressed opera- tives were;also a^udid^»,' and gratification expressed,at. tho^ympatrW auîl munificent liberality,;whieh WjW*avoko'd^from her. Majesty's colonial .^jctV rad it concluded by stating that the-trado of tha^ouutry was in a v...

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

SPORTING. \ ? Tho- sixtinilo raco for tho tliaihiiiouahip I and bolt' between' Deorfoot and Mills is oft". - The raco botwoon Lang,and Mills for a j distance of toni miles was wonby Lang by ten yards. . > . < I Richard Green, the champion oarsman of I Australia, is to row either. Emorson or I Chambers within a'fortnight, aftor tho raco. I botwebn tho two latter for tho championship i of tho Thames, . _. >,

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DISTRESSING OCCURRENCE IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 April 1863

A DISTRESSING OCCURRENCE IN GLASGOW. On Thursday night a most distressing acci- dent by firearms occurred in a house in Hope-street, Glasgow. Thomas Allan, an   engineer having accidentally shot his sister Rachel. It appears that Allan and his sis- ter, who was about twenty-five years of age, with their mother, another brother named William, and an aunt, were sitting together in their house on Thursday night, and as a certain tone of light-heartedness pervaded the little group, the deceased had asked her brother Thomas to look for a song-book, which she thought he would find on one of the high shelves. He sought for the book as she desired but did not find it. A pistol, however happened to be lying on the shelf, and taking this in his hand he began to toy with it, saying to his sister, "I will shoot you.'' Not knowing the pistol to be loaded or capped, he unfortunately drew the trigger, and the contents lodging in the young   woman's neck, beneath and rathe...

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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 oxpressed. THE WAY THE GRAFTON FERRY IS MANAGED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. :-;-?-?????? Ol'lt columns aro open lo nil writers ¡who refrain ; from tho uso of virulent lnnguago or personal!) ¡cs ; but wo aro not responsible for.opinions' ox-, .. pressed, r . -4-- ,. " , I I THE WAY Tfflä ' GRAFrONÍ'FERIIY, Í8' I MANAOED. V Í' ^ N TO THE EDITOIt OïlTUB KXAMINUn. 'V Sin,-I would wiall to bring under tho iiolioo of tho' i authoritiostho following fuels. On Friday Inst, having business on tho South Side, I wont to tho Perry, and after waiting Bomo tiino tho boat cunio over from tho i othor sido, whon I'iinmcdiiitoly got into her, and wns ( asked by tho man in charge," whore I was going to " i whon I replied "I wishcd: to bo talton across." Ho I told mo I should huvo to stay half an hour, while lie wont up town ¡ and lifter 'waiting TWO noons was compelled lo return homo, without being able to o russ I (lie river. Suroly it is high limo somothing^iko regularity wns established on tho Furry ¡ or aro wc tb wait tho- con-, roniencu of tho le...

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CASINO. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

?ii - [FROM OTTO OOBBEBPONDENO!.] ? "Wßbave again béen\vÍ3Ítod with continual' -, rata,indeea it has seriously 'interfered with, tho boiling down, as tho country is in such a state the cattle could not bo mustered.-I am fiad to inform you that Mr. Gray, M.P., has ad the good fortuno to discovor a very good , , »nd praoticablo road from hore to thovTweed, which, will very considerably shorten the route <? tq Queonsland.-'We have boon favoured with ft visit from Mr. Hoskins, tho Superintendent of roads, at least .nearly into .Gasino,; but. having to bo back in Grafton ::bv' Mondny: last,-only reached Deep Creole. . It is to bo rogrotte'd he did not come to Casino, as he; would have seen Jtho. stato of tho roads at-a vory,goodtimoy especially tho swamps,-ïreo soltíctioh;is¿ I am sorry to . say going on very, slow.-"Wo are all anxiously, loflking, for tho promised'steam communication, as lam sure it will benefit tho Coinpanyand bo a very great convenience) to this district, a...

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BANKRUPTCY OF MR. W. WEST GARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

BANKRUPTCY' OF-ME. ' AV". WEST. GARTH. THIS "caso carno béforo Mr. Commissioner Fane at the Court of Bankruptcy on tho 29th January. "It was stated that tho'd'ebts of tho bankrupt, who is a merchant, wore about £40,000, Ho has two partners ur Melbourne, Australia, whoso affairs aro boing administered to at that placeunder au iuspoe tionship .Assets, as chiefly realised in Aus- tralia, have boen.remitted to the assignees of "Westgarth on 'account of tho partuorship debts sufficient to pay. a dividend ofi7s. and 6d. in tho pound, and it was-: now desired that a dividend should bo declared of that amount, and which would not quite exhaust the estate. There were twp or. three angry creditors, and it was necessary that tho 'com- missioner should . accompany, tho ?. order for .the payment of. the dividend with . a stipu lation that, it was made : conditional on the execution by tho creditors so rccoiving ¡tho same of a.releaso to .-the bankrupt, and also his partners. An order was mado ac...

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A POSTMAN FOR GRAFTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

I . À POSTMAN FOR GRATTON1;, TO TUB EDITOll OF TjtE EXAMINE TuB EXAMINIilí. \ Slit,'-Slr. Progresa in your isstto.olV tho WtX grum- bles nt' the .'.trouble., his beautiful i'iliiiiglitors have in callingnt'tho post o'Ulbe for 'their letters and appears' to feol tho expense' of tho prunella they , either «poil or leave 'in Die mud , in srt,: doing,, I grudge moró the TIME my daughters spend on that errand j os well ns in; all tho brushine; and wasliiiig and what not tlioy require before, they sot. out, in all about bulfu day ovory timo tho mail arrives, which 'would bo of considoroble'valuo to mo, ifÍ couhlgot it spont in putting and husking my corn. If it bo true, as ¡Poor Richard,,alias Benjamin Franklin says, that timo is money, it gctB beyond my'ukill in calculation, to say'how much'I lose in this wiiy from-tho one end of tho ycur'to tho other, riot to epenl: oftho expenso o itho salad lind oau'do cologne,'&o., that it requires bc "sides; -, t bcVe olro'ndy done nil I cou...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

"MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ' \ Tn'unsjJAY., PRESENT: The Mayor, Aldermen Payno Jordan, M'Paddon, and Jones. MINUTES. . , Tbe minutos of tho hut mooting wore road and conürmod "' ' . ? ?f .»Y \: ' LETTERS,. ' . -A lott'or was Toad'from llio Colonial Secre- tary's.oflico with' rolbronco to" .tho, establish- ment of a ferry at Dobie-street ;' tho Govern- ment declined to state whothor tho : Council had the power to tako tho :rovenuo .' derived from such ferry, hut said they must consult their own lognl adviser. ; .; ; : . A lotter waB road from Mr. Kirk, stating thales ho lind been led to boliovo by theloca1 Press, his/tender for Pound-streetbridge lind; boen áccoptod, that'ho had' a legal claim üpón tho Council, and that unless tho £5 de- mandadlas compensation, ho paid ho should take-stops to recover tho same. : 1 On the foregoing letters, no action was taken., - Mr. Beard complained, by, lotter, of tho manner, in :'.which.-. his , pvopc¡rty,Jiad boon flooded,'by the Council carting earth'i...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

ABSTRACT OF SABLES BY AUOTION. DUH *í. INGrNT¿B WEEK. MU {THOMAS BAWDEN.-On;-Monday, at MP. Sabion'fl residence, Fry-stroot, at ll o.clock, Fur- niture, Cows,' Heifers, Stoors, Horses, Farming Im piemen ta, &o.. ??...-??(;:;?,;><...?? "MR. ? HENRY MAURICE.-At. 'tho -Grafton Browory* Doble-streut, on Saturday, ht 12 o'clock, - Suporior Bcan-troo Furniture, &o. . : OUR'TÉüEoniíi.r-0wing to some unac 'countablo'circumstance, our usual tolegram from Sydnoy did not reach us last; evening. This is tho more annoying, as wo are without the overland mail ; consequently weare unable to furnish our ireadors. ..with tho. latest nows. from the metropolis.' ; ? .? i, WESLEYAN.-We notice among the depar- tures from the district, the name of tho Hov., W. Fidler, who is en route to In's now appoint- ment at Forbes. While wo regret his depar- ture from tho Clarence, whero ho has BO ear- nestly and faithfully laboured among tho I people connocted with the Wesleyan Church ...

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ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

,"? - ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING-. Y. y ' -'TUESDAY. BEFOIIE- Captain. Hill;-. P.M., Mossra W. ltobortson', _ A. Lardnor, and A. Hyde, J.P.'s; A Publicans license, was grantod, to Mrs. .Mary. Hann,; for.:her- promises situnto . at Barott's Crook, to bo callled tho Willow Tree." . ; SALE Ol? THE O-HAPTON FE RUY. . Tho sale of dues to bo colloctod on tho Grafton l?erry, took placo on Tuoaday last, according to announcement. There was.ouly ono oiler, that of Mr. CliavloB Mathews, vi/,. 10a, per annum, at which price it was knooked down, the lossoo uudortaking to piuco a good and sulliciont steam boat on tho lorry .within a poriod of .'six months from tho 1st . May next ; aud ia theovontof Mr. Mnthows ,fuilingio "do so.;'tho lease only to extend to a period ; of orio 'your ; Tho lessee entoring into n bond to \keop tho punt and boat_ in , good. ordeVand repair..; Tho following is,a. list of tho. future scald of charges adopted by tho Bench 1 Foot passengers each. '° . Korso, drawing or no...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY, APRIL 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

, - r-B'BB ' S ELBOT.I O.N.: ?'\ ' . Tiii/BSBAYi ,AÍIIIL' lGrií. ¡ William Fischer, Grafton, 83,oorjj county of Ola« ? 'temi parish'of Woombah, being portion No.; li, lo¿ it of salo at Grafton, 22j)d Soptombor,1882. ' . .ii . '. ' ? ' Amir, 23ßi). . M - August Schmidt,'Grafton SI'DOI-OS, county of Ola-, ronca parish of Woombah, lot 22 portion No 13, 'salo . at Grafton, 22nd Soptombor, 1862. í ' : T ? ? Philip 9alimidt,102 acres, county of Clarance parish of Woombah, lots JIB and ss, portions Nos. 4A and 45, of salo at Graftorijj2¿nd Soptembor 1862.' ' Doposit paid, £50 ; Aroa solectod'230 nores. '.

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

. . GRAFTON POLICE COURT. , . .' ' " ." " '.'.'-TUESDAY. I BEFORE tho Polico Magistrate, Mossvs. W. I Robertson, and A. Iiardnoiv ? REGINA V. RENNIE.. - ,V Johirillunnje,j was brought up in the i custody^ôt\eonst'ablo Bassman, charged with ' attempting.'to commit suicide by -taking poison at tho Royal Ifotel. Henry Bassman i deposod :-About ten- o'clock on Tucsduy morning, ho was informed that a man had i attempted to poison himseîf at Hiv. Jonos,' .-Royal ITotoll« whcu he arrived at tho houso ho saw Dr. Publie, who told him he wishod to apply tlio atoWch pump ; wiion lie was ready -he wont into tho room with tho Doctor: for that purpose, when tho -prisoner said "its" i no uso, 1 shall do so again; if'I had thought i of the. stomach'pump I would not have let it bo known what I was going to do, but thora is plenty of .water in tho river, but.I should t notliko tho sharks to take my body;" after tho stomach pump, was applied ho got hotter, .when ho .apprehended hun an-the charge of en...

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