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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

(SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ATUUVAL. , A " vf'y^yvApril 26.-Eaiubow (a.), 75 tonR.'vGttptain V> iPetley, from Sydney the 17tlv.and,Nqwcastlo 23rdkinsta'ut. Passenger^-Mr. Harnett. ' ¡ . \ ' . . i J ' '»1 i

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

¡.i , IMPORTS. ;.,".'.'. April ,:20.--rAgnc»yirymg! (e.), from Sydney : ZO i»nat8,BUgar,'4 buiidlealibag paper,','Ifpaokogb' liops, ?-11 coses, 2 trusses, 6-packages caihp ' oV'eni>, ,2 'kegs nails, 14 ;-bogs barley, 2 kegs buttcr,2 boles loather, 3 bales calico, 1 casó bláoking, 2 balesr flax,' 20 bogs: ?alt, l oase elieesej'I.çask.ironinotigory, 1 caso handlet,: 1 .box pegs, 1 cask glasB, i case matches, 2 oases sa uces, . ; 1 case salmon, 1 bundle lines, 1 box twine, 3 packages, , a bales fibre, W. B Campbell ; 1 parcel, 1 box tea, 1 ..bag sugar, W. H. HV Bcoko ;10'cases 1 bale' drapery,; 35. Potts : I case koroaono, 3 cases 1 ; hogshead .brandy, . 2 oases claret, 2 cases gin, 1 caso bid tomi* J: T.' Jones | . , 1' hogshead rum, P.'Sullivan ; : 1 parcel, ' J. > Pago j 2 cam, 10 bags flour, 40 bundles.lioop-irdn,"2 bags bags, 4 wheels, 10 boxes canilles, 2 eliests , 6 half-chests 6 boxes tea, 1 keg herrings, 1 caso cheese, 0 cases .whisky, 10 casos ginr58 motejsugar, V cask:...

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

DEPARTURES. '. April 27.-Grafton (a.), 210 tons, Captain Haides, for Sydney. April 27.-Rainbow (s.), 75 tons, Captain Tetley,;for Sydney.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

BIRTHS.             SMALL—On the 6th instant, at her residence South Grafton, the wife of Mr. Samuel Small, of son. SELLER—On the 20th instant, at her parents' residence, Woodford Island, Mrs. Thomas T. Seller, of Newton Boyd, of a daughter. MARRIAGE.               DELLOW—WILKINS.—On the 22nd instant, by special license, at the Episcopalian Church, Grafton, by the Rev. A. E. Selwyn, Mr. Thomas Dellow, Jun., to Mary Wilkins, both of Grafton, Clarence River.           DEATH.       SELLER—On the 21st instant, at Woodford Island, Alice Matilda, infant daughter of   Thomas and Hariet Seller, of Newton Boyd.             &nb...

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TICKET OF LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

TICKET OF LEAVE.     We are given to understand that a recent arrival brought forty conditional pardon men to this port from Western Australia. If expe- rience warranted the conclusion that such persons had uniformly renounced their evil habits, and intend to conduct themselves as honest men, we should certainly not even   notice their appearance. But it is requisite that society should be on its guard. We fear that while it may be anticipated that some will seek an honest livelihood, others   will return immediately to their old ways,   and enter upon their career of crime with all the vigour which a new country will   enable them to exert. We understand that one of the police pursued a suspicious charac- ter, supposed to be a new arrival, in the   lower part of Sydney, who dropped a case   which was found to contain a most perfect collection of instruments for burglary - such as...

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SYDNEY POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. LAUGHTON V. REV. R. T. BOLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

SYDNEY POLICE COURT. THURSDAY.       LAUGHTON V. REV. R. T. BOLTON       The Rev. Robert Thorley Bolton appeared on summons, on the 10th March, before Messrs. Lenehan and Speer, to answer the complaint of Isabella Laughton, that he had unlawfully deserted and neglected and refused to contribute   towards the support of an illegitimate male child, of which he is the father. Mr. W. Roberts con- ducted plaintiff's case, and Mr. Dalley, instructed by Mr. Bowley, that of the defendant. From the evidence of Isabella Laughton, it appeared that she is twenty-one years of age, and un- married ; that on the 9th November last, at the Hawkesbury, she was delivered of a male child (now in her arms) of which the defendant is the father ; she has known him six or seven years; he is well able to contribute towards the support of the child, but has not done so; on Wednesday, the 4th March instant, she saw defe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

NEW GOOD S BY EVERY STEAMER, ' Largo and email epongea/j New and very,'now coriioctionary Onion and cabbnge/Bewi ? : Primo leathór \/ / Harness, ldp,'sole,'cjn/r, also basils Bost boiled'linsee'd^fl, 29s. 6d. per drum, 28-lb. dr'ums of white load, 11s. Cd. each. . China, colza/polar, machine, and koroseno oils, of .purest kind. ^ A T C A K F B ELL'S. N; SPITE OE UNTRUTHFUL . ' INSINUATIONS, . Campbell's Grocery ./Department ?-' .' «/}/ ' The 3d. sugar :and/hicnier .qualities havo long since dono away Äwith all ideas < of competition., fr ' .The lisï of-Grocery goods,; noarly all cheapor than Sydney, would fill a column. GYÜNEY EYE INSTITUTION, for the Cure of Diseases .of the Eye and i Ear.-Patron : Sir Ifthdj) Young, Presi- dent : Sir Alfred Sllefthen, Chief Justice. Surgeon ¡ Dr. Ber/ciafle, M.R.ÇJ3., &c. For, terms, ap'ply<. io'Dr. BERNCÀSTLE, ^Surgeon,'* Oculist, ¿ and Aurist, from 9 to ll, or 2 ,to 3, 2^9,: Macquarie-strcet. ROCKY MOUTH POST OFFICE...

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

,G1ÏAFT0JST DISTRICT COTJllT. . ' V / , '. MONDAY. BEFORE His Honor Judge Francis. JONES v. SMITH. . Thia was a claim of ' ¿621, for him of i horses supplied to defendant, who did not ap ! pear, aud a vordict was given for. tho plaintiff i for tho amount claimed: * I '?? . : /; SABIEN V. OARltOLL. .? I A'judgment in this case, was taken by I consont,i.lbr £21 lös lOd, oxocution to bo Stayed for ono mouth. Ï v i SaBIEN V. O13OR0E FISCHER. This was a claim; of £8 8s. ld., for I moat1, suppliod toi .dofoudant. Verdict for I plaintiff.1! " ??' ?,......< . . ». j ». . , IiAWRENCE V.'M'QRATIT . Mr. Michael made an application, on the part of plaintiff, for a writ of ca sa, by whisk tho' dofondant might bo imprisoned. His. Honor said if tho claim was not satisliod withiu a wcok, tho writ to issue. l'IIAIR V. P. II.. DONALDSON. This yyas a claim of ¿630, as compensa- tion for.fan" illegal diaohargo of tho plaintiff, who wds^ongagod as a general sorvaut. Mr. Michael i appeared for...

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FLOODS ON THE DARLING AND WESTERN WATER COURSES. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

PLOODS ON THE DARLING AND ' "WESTERN WATER COURSES. i ÇErom flio^Enipirc.) * . ; BoriiKE.ijíApril 2nd; -AFor - tho-last two; , - ^months the.Darling has.beon- riBingj i.hut ;it was not expocted to rise eb" high as>it now'is ' -from forty; to fifty . feetÇaboye v its'.ordinary lovel-within two foot :of ;.tho..lovoly:of ith& "township j indeed, there was some apprehend sion of its overflowing its » banks last week, but it reached its highost point on - tho ,28th; ' . March, since which timo it has . boen falling about sis inches. . * Tho nowa that has roached -here from all directions is most distressing, On tho Culgoa ¡they have been obliged to move from several stationary boats, ., At Boamory, about forty miles up, tho Darling, ,they- have also . boen - driven out, tho shoep boing ferriod across the . back water on tho'left bank in a boat; and I . hoar'that the store-has been washed away, with a largo quantity of goods. This is n Iorgo establishment belonging to Furlong a...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

Clarence \\\\Y pcjjinoiiî* Culminer, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1863. AMONO ibo many,questions of, interest, con- nected with the ¿well-being of; the colony, and . still, waiting for. adjustment, is: the : question of primary education. ;.v; ,. _ In all probability, tho coming ^session, of our Legislature will be occupied in tho con- sideration of this important subject. What may bo tho result of that consideration, it is impossible for us to prognosticate ; ono thing however, is cortaiu, that'any practical results, will mainly dopend upon the public opinion that may be brought to bear upon those who for tho time being, are supposed to .be tho exponents of publie sentiment, Whether they are prepared to givo that, consideration winch the subject demands, may bo a question as it is frequently found, that tho class who I claim to bo' oracles upon political questions,' aro utterly unprepared to deal with those ! quostions which:boar moro particularly upon I tho social oconoiiiics of tho day, an...

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GEAFTON QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

GEAFTON QUARTER SESSIONS. .'? MONDAY. . BHFO-JIE; His Honor.. Judgo Francis. Tlio Court opened'this morning nt 10 a.m.: Mr. Ellis ntteudipg- a's Crown Prosecutor. Mr. Wisdoinlwas;.níso:preseat'. . / ..?.'*..?" ,; . . :??'/ ív ¡-.'0ASK Ol' l'OISONINÙ.- - . ? . Aloxnndor Ponnio ¿pleadod guilty to the charge ol' ; taking poison, with - tho. view of destroying himsolii- Thj prisonor stated that ?when't brought' bbforo .tho1 Go,urt. on' Tues- day' last, . ho had . assumed tho name of John iRonnio,\m-order to got out of his difficulty bub that his rail-nnmo- was Aloxnndor Ponnio.- His Honor strougly ani-i mndverted upon Ponnio's conduct, and thon asked tho prisoner, if ho did not wish to live tlie timo alloted Iiim by -Ilia Creator, whon Ponuie said that as ho bad nob accomplished Iiis'htpntions, ho would liko to livo a little longcri \ Prisoner upon hoing asked, if ho lind anything to say why sentence Bhould not bo passed upon him, statod that poverty was staring him in the face, and not...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

ORIGINAL POETIC Y. I . _- x I Wo to think of cloys gono by, 11 . " . Ibo sportivo days of childhood's gleo - To recall thoso days I often try," _ '." And wish (hoy would return to inc. ? '.?! I wander:oft, infancy, down -«; J, !? '.Tho lowland path, l oft havo trod ; . ' I soo thó-low-top'd mountains frown; ;? . >. ? ?: And watcjjpho trees majestic, nod A .. To breezes soft\.tben wander on- . To whore tbó óak-boughs wavo on high, »i . ?I sit mo on tho moss-grown stone, V -i . : 'And soo thewatere flashing, by. ' w ,? , I hear tho lark at carly dawn* : . .¡' .As soaring upward to tho skiw, . Sho moots tho bright or; blushing morn, ' ?;: >«,? 'i ,x < ^ AntJ sweetly carols as-sho flies.. .: : ? , r: ? I.watch.tlic ploughman, hastening on r!'{ ? ? . ' oITis flteedB,'bÍ5 pride) 5 their glossy skin Í t.-oj'.Wäl fellIths* theyVo been wed long,. ??.--.-i' ,~ To meet'a ^woll filled stable-bin. ?. - ; ??::?'>'?.. .v. Oft havo I thought, that man's no heart t ? .?Who'll tok...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

C, and k Rr S.N. COMPANY., OTICi'j . OF BfilSJiANE, the dcpar on hoi* next trip, from'. PONED until thc middle of tMAY. TILMOUTH F.'-DYEj Secretary j t thc, request IttPPEltS TO ufo \î tho Grafton raftonj is POST MEW GOODS! NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS | J^OW OPENING, AND ON VIEW THE BEE HIVE, . » . : xA; SPLENDID ABSOtttMBHT- OP.'.' ; SEASOMBLfl/DfeAPERY, Consisting of Blanlc/s/EÍannols, Shootings,'! Cnlicosj Wiuccysj niyl tn/oir dross materials, Mantles, Shawls^. &c.{ dc.. also a splendid assortment . ? of .GENT'S CLOTHING, BOOTS, HATS, &c., &ç. - _ Parties ... visiting town during tho sessions will do ; well to call and .inspect tho largo and: varied stools at .v.. , ;..\... ?"< i . " PßINCE-STllEHT, GRAFTON. S, D R E WI, f^DiOW'ffMABSKÎÎi PltlNCE-S'Mî^EÎr, GRAUTON, Three Doors/sdütl/of : Mr. Krauss' DisjpeiKany. Men's Kij» «ixitts jim, Od., nml »ai »tiler wawi ! at e<| nally low priées. . " . .. ' ' . ? J. 'A HEADING will/take placent the S...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

LÍTEST COM ¡VIERGI AL. ; [THOMAS BAWDEIT.]. ., '? Thora has Loon nu average amount of busiuoss dono, during the past.wcolc. . Laiul and House Prôporly»1-J havo lo roport tho I salo ol hbuso and land ¡il O_uoon-stroot nt .-GlílO. j Investments.-Thcro ia a"dosiro lo invost just nowrin moi'tgagos mion froohold proporty, and I havodono a loir nmonntof business at lbrmor ratos, viz.,,10to 12-J-porcom. Parin Produce.-Maize may ho quoted at from 2s. Od., to 03. 3d., tho advuneo in Sydney hus af fectoil this artielo vory slightly. . THOMAS IBAWUEN, uiiolioncor mid brol?or, lund stock, und gunorul oouimidsion ugont, Booms, Grafton April 2Cth. ' . > , ! . . ' '( [Wi II. ;! HOLMES.] \ -:.'%?? iV''>{ Sydney,, April 21l.li; ? Mr. Wv U3$HOMKEH "reports that maize is very scarce ^jn;Sydney-; . and. that now maize was .Bolling bUj Friday last, at flvo Bhillings ipor. bushel. ? < y ? " j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 April 1863

CO'S /A"&N E S BiORNINO^t daylight. ;\^*THOMAS FISHER, Agent. Notice to Shippers and Consignees of Goods by the C. and R.vR. S. N. Company's Steamers. I . I THE C, aÄ i s. l . COMPANY/having in- timated to me, that their steamers : I " GRAFTON and URARA," 1.1 will CONTINUE TO CALL AT MY "WHARF, I shall he prepared to;receive | and forward cargo aa heretofore. ; ,| ? FREDERICK GARE. Lawrence Wharf, March 24th. j Australian Joint Stock Bank. TVTOTICE.-This ÜatäJll in future be I ±* . CLOSED EVERY SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock, a.m., . cammencipg on the 10th instant. ... : HENRY CUTHBERT, Managers Grafton, 6th January; 1863. conditions statfed^at time of Sale. By ovUsr, rv A \ . - ^ W. H. HvBECK\C. P. S. . Court House; Grafton^älst April, 1863. PRIVA T E BOARDING E:SJ?^ASH M,E N.T,^,^7 . TERM8nM«M)ERATE. JAMES MITOHELtllLIi, Proprietor. HOLMSTEN'S FAMILY HOTEL, ' PEINCE-STREET. dßAFTON, (Late Criterion 3 [otol.) . .T. HOLMSTEN /hr mo ting thc above . announcemcntnvoulc take this oppo...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. IN PRAISE OF DRINK! [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 May 1863

.> Î /T\K ir-* ,11 r- " . . T ! ORIGINA!/ POETRY, I t . ^ " -- ( ! '>''.' IN" PRAISE OF DRINK ! . / - r. Ú [\ Drink I potoufc Drink! UVj Sglorioa I will Withly singt ' \ \ V ' ' . . No Lord Uko theo, whom subjects love witli suel« do '. '_. 'light} *\< \ ' 1 " Thy;fettoring use, of grsspnjg thirst, you o'or. tboin ? "fling, , í . ' ' To wiso tliolr sudden flick'nng wit«, to frenzies height " Bald frolic mirth,and stormingMRO thy cup attend ; / Despair, and lurid sprites, surround thy ready bed | Thy ehoecn train, o swilling, palo and palliou bund . ? ; That slrow their mortal brpes to grace thy. rutldoss . i tread.. . ' *:? v . Drink! glorious drink l( thou shade of worth out triumph Cain j *' <.>.-->' ! , , Thy shrouded heat sholl pride of lifo and hopodesfroy, And sapping cramp, ond seething char tito feeblod .? : brain ; .,?>{??.?;.%?" ..M. . And-priceless manhoods gifts'of right and ^health ,, . decoy. - . <.: . *,v*,\> ' ' ?1 D...

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RICHMOND RIVER. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 May 1863

- s'- RICHMOND RIVER:' v / ", . ' DEWIITDIIKB. ? t>29tli~ April.-Commerce and Holen for Sydney. ^ . ; - ? - . May lsfcv-rYbluntcer Coraki, Storm.'King, Tererra; Tiger; Black Diamond, for. Sydney; Joaophino;-Mosellè,V Highlander, andf.Goni, for Molhouroe j Pioneer aud Bose, for New ? castle.' ' -7 . -\ . , .: : ?!???? Tho Grafton,'-(e.), loft Fisher's "Wharf- at 6.15 a.m.' on Wednesday, tho 6th' instant, and crossed the bar at 9 a.m. on Thursday morning. . ¡3.Tho. Grafton left Sydney on Saturday, at 7'30 p.m., crossed thc bar nt 7'30 a.m. on Monday, and arrived at Grafton at 2-15 p.m. tho same day. Tho Grafton experienced variablo southerly beczea wish heavy south- east sea throughout the passage. . Tho Haiubow left Sydney, at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Newcastle, at4* p.m. otu Wednesday, arrived off the bar at S p.m. on Friday, and carno in on Saturday, and arrived at Grafton tho. same afternoon. She reports tho Agnes Irving ono mile north of Sydnoy Heads, at 10 p.m. oil Tuesdav. Tho Agn...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DUR ING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 May 1863

ABSTBAOÏ QI? SALES BY AUCTION DUB im THE .WEEK. JIB. THOMAS FJSHJSB.-^At t|.u Forty Wharf, lVMorrow nt ll o'ulook, Snj»nr, Kiiisinp, Spring Carts, Bottled AK', Sulmmi, Codor ManlliSplui'Cg, tus,, tut, , . ¡ MR. H15NBY MAUBIOB.-At Ilia Booms, on Monday, at ll o'olook, Iromnongury. -MB THOMAS UAWDIîN.-At Tutloreull's Hold, ; On Mondiiy, at 11 o'uluclt, Uortioa.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 May 1863

-A..EXPORTS. ; JÄW '6i==fttsftonj: (8.1, :?for¿" Sydnoy : ¿1150. boga ?^-ifiniro,'TÖ2 bugs wheat, 40"balc8 wool,. 223 ? liidce,' -1 ? : hogalioad rum, 2 coops ibw-s, 8 boxea eggs, mid eua j dries. » J ., 1 \ '

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 12 May 1863

DEPARTURES. . . -, May*G.-Grafton (*), 210 tous,; Captaiir Maídos, for Sydnoy. Passengers-Messrs. , 'PJotehor. StovonsonV' Chatfield,Pringle; Loo Too, and 5 ia tho steoragc. " , May .10.-Rainbow (s.),; 75 tons,'Captain ' Potloy, for Sydnoy. , r _,

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