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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

SITUATION REQUIRED. j A. PRACTICAL GARDENER re- quires a . situation. Highest relcroncesiund-tcstimonials canbe given. Apply ati'the'^'lSxaniincr" Office.' ? NELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY, . . .-:- lit. ! ' THE. best, medium for -advertising Horses : foi1: sale, race meetings, races, &c, being the most distinguished Sporting-Chronicle an thc colonies, anti'; having one of thc largest circulations. Advertisements and subscriptions received at ««*?.? . JOSEPH SCOT-TON ?'? Agent,'. . Prince-street,. w.,;1 North Grafton. ' *4 RAILWAY'GUIDE. THIS compact volume embraces every, ... . variety, of useful ; information ana. offers valuable opportunities for ' ad* -vertising at a reasonable rate.- -. ?? J.:; Advertisement imd- subscriptions; received at'tho office of thc agent, " > Prince-strçet,: Grafton. ? : ,' . . JOSEPH SCRUTTON. lEuusolo Xet or Sell. - A DESIRABLE Verandah Cottage with'.spacious garden, fruit trees, &c. An allowance will bc made, on improvements. 'Thc house is...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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LISMORE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

LISMORE; ' ¡jj 1: .? [l'ltOM OUR CoilhESPONDE^r}]. ,j - WB lihil willi delight tho arrival ofour respited' and regular tinder ''Captain Somorville, of'tho' Juno Somervillo, with two fresh survoyqrs and their men, to lay out farms of all size? ivom. the junction oî tho north arin upwards, whieh'Avill boa great boon to^lió^c^mmiífy.'''--.'.Onptani Somorville lins also brought with hun a rcaiicct-' : >nblo farmer, Mr. Parley and familyyi^oin'lthe Illawarra distóot|wHb has "with" him nil tói1» of improved 'ihrming^implert'ontsr-^H^'I^Midso ' brought with lum a quantity' of "firsf ¡prizb' .Bcéd wheat, likewiso u quantity, of other^aoedsv ; lio has .boiight ¿farm of about 200 acres,; twó.miles abovo Lismore, and líe intendá; commencing opérations as soon as circumstances will'permit.- . Ito is 'tho first pratieal- farmer' thót..íiü, come 1 amongst us, and wo wish him'evoiy 'success and hope that othei'a.wiUfollöw andliavo no occasion to regret coming amongst us» - :iWo haye had a ' rla...

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CAPE OE GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

CAPE OE GOOD HOPE. By the. Emeu Intelligence from thc Cape of Good Hope has been received to January 26th. The Railway works between' Cape Town and Wellington were steadily ; progrcasing 300 men were at work upon them. . Subscriptions were being raised, for erection of a monument to Sir George Grey, In KafFrnria, thc, frontier Journal announces ajl to bc quiet'and Kaffirknd isib^g'rarjidly peopled and stocked ^*fh'e rage for crinoline had reached uvch thc Kaffir ladies, and one iron- mongery in Graham's Town, had actu- ally, sold within a fortnight, a hundred weight'of iron wire foi- thc usc.' of tho bronze beauties bf that: location. Ad- . vance civilization ! The vine disease had nppearcd, but seemed to be curable by an application nf sulphur. '

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

TASMANIA.'^" . The great match uetween Mystery and Quickstep, was '"off :" and thc forfeit" ;?250 lidd 'ïïcen paid ' by ' the owner of the latter hqrgc,.., .. ' "~r - ' Some ' -quartz : brqjjght from thc Eldon ¡Range had be*nUested::and yielded thc splcndèd return: of thirteen ounces to thc ton. . There had been' extensive -.jin'd des- tructive bush fires upon, the Huon.1

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

.i , <.f SHiPPIKQ INTELLIGENCE. MAUCHÍU-Gruftoii(B.),2<10 tons, Capt. Quajh, l'rom ? Sydney ' 23th' instant. . l'asBen^crs-Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ll'Dougal, Mr. and:Mrs Kirchr nor, Messrs. M'Kellar, ; Hough, Stephenson, Wilson," Morgan, > Meston; Adim, Wallace M'Dougal and fifteen in the steerage. ? .

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

^EPAItTÜKES AND AttttlVALS OT? THE . ' ? . MAILS. Ï : DEPATVTVIÍKS VÍÍOM (3 II.YFTCW. To Casino, &o., Sunday, ami Tues Jay, at 7 A.M. . ..?ii' :??,???<> - To Queensland,-via Casino, Sunday, at C A.M. To Armidale, Wednesday, ut G A.M. ??? ? , : To Tabulam,'Sunday, ni 8 A.M. ; : _. ..To Sydñoyy by steamer, 'Wednesday morning. . ,'AnnirAi.s AT OKAFIO.V. ri'Om'.CiisiiiOjuto., Tuesiluy and Saturday, at ' <3 P.M. , ? '?'? .\ ????::?:..???< ??. JTrom Queensland, -via-Guino, Saturdny, at 0 . .P.M. ." \ JjYom Armidale, Monday, at 0 P.M. l'Vom.Tnuulntn, Saturday, at 3 P.M. ? ITrom Sydnc>y,'by steamer; Saturdny afternoon'

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

DEPARTURE. Mavcli 28-Fenelia (a.), 270 ton?, Captain ' . C'tcor, for Sydneyi ' 'Ilia Grafton loft Sydney on Wednesday evening ntO p.ra/;''arrived at Newcastle at G a.in on the following morning-, left at noon; arrived off tho. Sar on Saturday at 4 a.m. ; crossed at 0 p.m. ; wived at;Cowan's wharf, at 3 p.m. /Experienced; liño weather Northerly^ winda. Did not sight tho Fenelia. . y ; . .

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

. . WEST MAITLAND. . Mu. ARNOLD'S election for the Pater- son was unopposed.' There was a very small attendance. He denied any difference of opinion on the Upper House question of great importance , which would prevent unanimity in the Cabinet.-;: He entered into his* reasons for opposing the late Government, alleging more prominently that, though professedly liberal, Mr. forster relied for support , on members of., opposite opinions; On thc land questions lie was in favour of . encouraging freehold tenuees rather than offering induce- ments to aiïy one .class of purchasers, as, 'by whomsoever th'è'land was bought, the Government derived ii benefit from the enhanced value of land.

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COMMERCIAL. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

C"Q,M M B Bt ?IA JJ.. , ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CÓ'.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. '! j -;-. . I Bacon-8d. lo Od; pbrlbi ,¡, > -Burlay, English-2s. OuYjq Sj. nor bualiol Bran-ls, por bualiol M)\<. Butter-IB; to ls. Sd per lb. '" 'ii: OiilvoB-20a. to 40s, ? . ?. ? ; Flour, ilncflt Colonial-£22 per ton Ditto, fino Adolnido-£22 Ditto, Uno country-£2110a to £22 Ditto, ITivsnll-4Us. to COa. per barrel 1 Fay, Lucerne-£2 10a lo £3 per lon . Ditto, Oaten-dßl'to £5 .? Hides,,licavy-lie. to 15s. each . .Maize-2s. Öd.'por bushel : Onions (if, sound)-9s; to 10s. per cwt. '" ¡ Potatoes-£10 'to £15 per ton . ; ' ; ' ? Pigs (alive)-about 4d.ipcr lb.; ''<; AVheat-9s. lo Os Sdper bushel. '. " ?' Ifo.:13ö, Sussex-streot, Sydney,'. ; ~. . "Mnrdi 27; 18Ö0. "? "

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COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

COMMERCIAL AND 'MONETARY: ? Mr. Twiior reports ' Wing holá- an* extensive auction ? Balo of tho stock-inorado ' of -Messrs. Panton &.'Cp., of North Grafton.. Tho attend- ance was good and tho competition for most of tho.lots was very, spirited. 'Tho following aro Bomo of. tho prices obtained :-Fino flour,' £23 ?10d.';pcr ton ¡ congou, tea, £6.10s.to £7103. per chest ¡ liyson, £fi 10s. ; 10-catty boxcB, 25s. ¡ Alton's colonial soap, '87s. per. cwt. j . Brass's bottled alo and porter, 10s.- por doz. ¡ colonial cheese, Cid. por lb. ¡ coarse salt,. £7 12s. pel- ton j brown calico,-4id. per yard ¡ blankets, 7B.'Od. to 12s. per pair} body cart,'£C-'¡ one horse dray, £13 ; strong horse dray, £19 6s. Tho' proceeds of salo ovor £500 cash donn. Money is casior to bo had, tho business,of tho past week has been livelier. /Tho maize orops aro being rapidly got' in, " and no doubt wlumj tho farmors havo-moro loisnro,- and -liavo rccoivcci somo of tho roturas froin their agents in Syd .nby...

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SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. TUE busbies in this market has been brisk sinco our last report, and numerous engagements havo boon entered into at current rates ; there is still " a very good supply of labour of various :dcscrip tionsj viz.-Married couples foi farm and domes- tic sorvicp, indoor servants, shepherds, &o. Tho attendance of female servants is'improved, and many of th)B class, of good character, hhvo been placed in situations both; in town nnd^counlry. Wages,* 'as per quotation below, w..-'SYith board and lodging, br hut room and rations, per annum ns w our last.1 . ?. HAIG H mul BECNVN.

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SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

î ; SUllRMDEKS. ; Henry Jones, of 13atlmrst-strcet, Syd |:iiey, gentleman. Liabilities, ¿13107 Cs. Assets, value bf personal property, .?Ê5. I)eíi.citv¿e¿02'Gs. Mr. Morris, official assignee. - ? ' , ,, David Stein, of Newcastle, licensed victualler. Liabilities, ¿É43G Ss. Asi sets,-value of personal property, .?5 10s.- Deficit, £-130 10s. 5s.' Mr. Sempill, official assignee. inÉM<Éft"tf'ii'ihit''ï'-'-,' '*':-'' iii' "i .fr'*'rratTL TW

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[?]ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

TJORIGIHAL- CORRESPONDERSE. ? Our columns are open to ott writers who refrain jrnm the vee of virulent language or pt t eo nalitus, lint I tue ara not. responsible for opinions expressed. , : " i . Obtaining Monty under fane pretence*. <? Sir :-In reference to the remarks of Mr. Chap- man, published in your list issue, n3 a reply to my former letter, I beg to reitcrnto my íbrmor .statements, ' and; for, proof of tho correctness thereof appeal to Alderman Gilmore, who was ono of tto scrutineers ' upon the occasion. Mr. j "Chapman must bo troubled with a very short or very convenient memory. ,. As to the insinuation ho throws about my ignorance,, I beg to esr, that I had ,not the electoral rollin my hands - as ho had, therefore did not possess tho same means of information, neither aid I tender a vole ot tho last election .ai ho says. Tn ; conclusion, I.made .no-'charge against jtho Municipal Council of Grafton ns Mr. Oiopman would insinuate. ? : ;l'nm Sir, Yours Tinily, y ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

Kew Goods I v Go. Nc^y/Goods Kew Goods!! t ' V, .' sJïî'l 'îti'n TUST ARRIVED, and now open jbr .w inspection, at the ???> , "?M Bee Hive noted Cheap Drapery Esfri\ .' blishmcnt. . ¿i »-; THE LARGEST, cheapest; land hist assorted Stock of SEASONABLE DRAPERY, ever offered: to the public of Grafton, which as-usual will be sold j . . . ? ;. ? -For. Cnsli, at the very lowest remunerative'profi «f-ÍBBB HIVE STORES, ,T« Prince-street,!' North'Grafton: FRENCH MERINOS, in- every colour, very cheap, -.; ' ' At the BEE HIVE STORES; ???????? ' j _? ; COBURGHS and ALPACAS, à great | variety, - . .. v . At the'BEE HIVE STOKES:^' 6 ALA and TARTAN PLAIDS, some really splendid patterns, ¡. j*. At tho lice alive Stover. BLANKETS, in White, Blue/ dhd Scarlet,^ all sizes. . Also,' Quilted.| RUSS' At thc BEE HIVE STORES. MEN'S CLOTHING, a reoHsJmlen .»*r a!ia:Sioclc,F'now'tipcn, -. í>4- b * At Hie BEE »IVS: STÖRES. I BRIDAL: BONNETS. (These must be seen to be appreciated.) One case of thc above n...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

, Clararte línir $¡ic|jmoii¡r /fciniivei; 1, ' '-TUESDAY, Al'lîIL 3, I860. ^THE unsettled mid nomadic'.character; ? of. tlie "digging"? class has again mani-;; Jested itsel f with a fury which, rcmem ? 'hering thc Rockanipton failures,. is, ;.to -say. thc-least, remarkable. No.sooner ?was thc announcement made that gold .had . been1''discovered, at ..the' Snowy; River, among thc rangos ,óf the Austra-!,; .l inn Álpá> ..thán.i thousands. of ; miners, ; .from pur own 'colony as well nsf from; Victoria and: 'South. Australia^ cpm-; ... ;^¿ménJB'ed,.:m'aking .'ipreparations; to" try . their fortune ¡at the new " Eldorado."! Wonderful' reports -werevin circula-i .tioii, and thé nnnoniicenitínt.of hug gets of 12 and 15. .'lbsi vièighT. being common,'.and that .parties were making . .íi'oiii rQO to lSO ozs. per day, . kept the .. 'cxcitcinerit up to'ïéyçr heat'. .'. . It is pïily fair, however, to state that the Press .generally,; whilst ; giyin g . cur ., .rency to many wild and improb...

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THE AMERICAN SLAVERY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

'THE. .AMERICAN SLAVERY. . L.fMft-t,.?'- 'QUESTION. WHATEVER ¡may be the actual burdens 'of.this country,and thc trials in store fór us wc have (at least "one great ad- vantage,--the nation is thoroughly -united. "." Party spirit sleeps, or,. at 'most, is only sufficiently active to give healthy'exercise io the body politic, i ' Glass- hatreds are' extinct, or linger '?only in a few perverse and narrow ' minds. Weare about within the pre- sent year to intrust the ark of the Constitution to thc guardianship of new hands, with full confidence that ' they will prove to bc defenders, and ? not . betrayers. At the same time the ' Republic on thc other side of the At- lantic presents a lamentable spectacle of division and sectional animosity. God forbid that wc should ever admit -into our-breasts that kind of satisfac- tion which arises from standing safely on the-shore and watching thc laboui's ' of those whose ship is tossing on the ,: waves'; '¡(b'if the Americans have been soílongíin ...

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QUEENSLAND OR NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

QUEENSLAND Oil NEW SOUTH " WALES; ' Fon some tiiíic buck a quiet agitation bas been in .progress as to which co- lony the residents of the Clarence -and Richmond shall go in for. At present wc .shall'merely allude to some of the argn lnents uscd, as1 thc subject is. ibo.im-, portant to bc set at. rest without the fullcst.ujscussion. ? ,;; î ;:'j (: ¡ The.advocates pf New-! South wales .urge that, wc already,know what tó-ex .pect from Sydney, and thut'tltough wc have been pretty. well'fleeced ; by that Government, it is better to remain with New South Wales -than nm thc risk of thc tender meit-ies of the people of Queensland, since we ave sure to be fleeced over again by a young, not very rich, or over scrupulous Government. Iii fact, -that wo have suffered, .and know what-we may expect from Syd- ney j whilst to1 embark with Queens- land would be taking a leap in the dark. . ?' The advocates of Moreton ¿Bay; on the contrary,- affirm that the first result of our union would be stiiam-...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

VICTORIA.. The' Melbourne Herald^ktatca:-lu reply to an impromptu'; íquéstió'ni from ? Mr. Milner Stephen, the 'Chief^Secre- tary stated in the Assembly, .yesterday, that ; it was not . the intention of the Government to resign »office, in conse- quence of thc defeat on thc 88th clause of 'the Land Bill. They would go on , with the Bill as the House wished, just .as if the clause remained., Both ques- tion and answer caused considerable ?merriment in all parts of the House. ? ?. Thc following is from. ; the . sainé ¡paper:-Information of a murder being committed ; at Nuggetty Gully, ' near Avoca, was', l^ceiy^ed in. town by tele- gram yesterday;!;; AU that.is. at "present known is, that two Manilla men had ..been shot by three of their . fellow countrymen. '? " . - . ,-'?' . . The "case of Llewellyn v Llewellyn .came on again for hearing at; the Dis-i trict 'Court'yesterday. ' A short time' .since, an (order waa made ,to. pay - Mrs. .Jmsband.refused-to, pay¿-- and appeared, yesterda...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] In the Court of Truth. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

- ''ir'! ULMARRA. ?l \ [PKOM .OUH COIIIIESPONDENT.],!' In the Court of'J'nitk BKFOHB his'honor Sir Geqrgo Jiistico, illili ft Jury of Twelve, . .''ii ' * .' Sntox PUNK e BuTTBnNUr, :. j ¡ Tho pluintiir.n thiele set. person .with ji'w'ulk ing-stjok in ono hand, and u' smnll' vojuuib" \vilh n .green hido cover, entitled Burgoo andr ils ' adulterations hy Simon Puro in tho oüior j,,aJuif'.T. Hod into tho witness boxland doposot) }\mt ; ho was by profession a penny-a-liner, that liitfoi'ly ho had been engaged witli his Father's,'TJholo's,! Sister's, son, ns bottle'wn>hbr, thilt'tho Dofendoiii came and olfered him half a, crown to writo an nrtielo for tho Grafton Paper, to be entitled. " Punch's Polico O.llce," nnd as au earnest of his good intentions, handed him over la. 71d. j -Cd' ? onie timo finco, «nd tho defendant, a small ? ¿¡Kin with lnrge^Jboofs, stated on oath .that ho i¡ o: iiJ-1 neither read or write, that'ho was .by ! a mischeif-nndicr of tho firm of Butternut, : i. ííimr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860

:^ STEAM -ÍTO SYDNEY. | ^ímfa|¿ IWHB.^jíj^ihown Steamboat ? TOI ibo dispfttclied^á^MHllNEY, 'from ; .Grafton, TO-MOEROÁtf 1($||fficsday) .MOEN INO, takiiig in cargo, at tüó^nriou^tóty^'t t' AUÉP^^Î Jdn^Sqclç-:;Banki THE GBAlTTOïï BlîANOH ?ôïMffi'À.VS , TU ALI Alf, JOINT STÖCK^ANK :is opon for tho transaction bf--all'customary banking business. . '.' ':.??]'' .'? ?BuiwiNO .ACCOUNTS aro,--opened for;, Cns.. tornera on deposit'of'funds, andiChequoBooks' and Pass Books aroViip'plie'cl gratuitously. ' BANK POST ,BILM .aro issued to Depositors; with interest áddcd,,hs"/ollo\va¿ namely ¡-. i At 3 per cent, for 3. months, - - <t o .." .; . ' ;.? ' v 6 j , ; 12 " . ' . and tho bills, bcingipáyablé to ordor, aro.negó? tiablo at any moment,;and;aro thus a;grcat con ' venióneá to tlio^piiblie.^ ' , ! .!' ', :''BjiAiïs aro issued on the Head ? Office and .Branches '.of; tho . Batik, namely : -On 'Sydnoy; . Brisbane,".Ipswich, ..West Maitland, ;Arinidalo, Braidwood,'. Goulburn, Wagga W...

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