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ELECTORIAI DISTRICT SCHEME FOR THE COLONY OF MORETON BAY. DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

KLECTOIIAI., MSTKICT SCHEME 1'OH THE COLONY Ol' MORETON BAY. ElBTlllCtS. Popu. Mcm hition, bcrs. 1. Town of Brisbane (inchulingwcstern suburbs mid Kan- garoo Point)_ 2525 3 2. Town of South Bris- bane (including suburbs) . 915 1 3. Hamlet of Fortitude Valley . 955 1 4. Town of Ipswich .. 2159 3 5. TownofDrayton (in- cluding Towooin ' ba). 538 1 G. Town of Warwick.. '172 1 Average of town popula- tion to each mem- ber. 785 2-5 10 7. East Moreton (police district of Bris- bane, except towns and hamlets-1, 2, 3).1419 2 8. We3t Moreton (po- lice district of Ips- wich, except town of Ipswich. 2099 3 9. Western Down s (po- lice district of Drayton, except town of Drayton), present popula- tion, 929 ; antici- pated population 1200 2 10. Eastern Downs (po- lice district of Warwick, except town of Warwick) 890 1 11. Northern Downs (police district of Dalby). G78 1 12. ^Maranoa (police district of Surat), present popula tion, 415 ; antici- pated populatien.. 500 13. Burnett (police dis- trict...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

Tiimin is 11 til c ^is»wafti'Hlt£'Syilni7' papery,. Pj^aúrtftiflfaíáfTftáianmúl Intone m^ninVm ift'dcr- to enibh thc gom " for re-election. SoMOpr/iotlitleatioiis in the Ministerial ¡M4^WHC have occurret', und the ^IJ&jwirig is now thc ollicial Int : Piviiier. Vorster. Treasurer . . . ,'. Samuel. L't'.icls . Black. Works. Jingili". Vttorncy-Gçncrnl .. . Wise. No Solicilor..(¡encral is appointed, 1>nt it is Mipiiosed Mr. Hargraves will retain the nllice. That thc country expect little or no new M mist rv is nppa -k '"*v|ksMi I ons II it is rc ike-slnk lor the 1110 isjfie. light oi an " emetic " Hbirtfil 'Hu lit tu .111 &A ' ^Njiits foi vt ni d Mr. o remove the J evils which readily 'credited that private pique and malice have been the moving cause of such remarkable hostility. In the meantime, Mr. COWPER has shook the dust off his shoes, resigned his seat, and "retired into private life. Thc Assembly cannot spare him. Few' men in the House possess the business apti...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] WE publish The following account of the late murder, near Lismore, as it appears to show that the unhappy oc- Casino, October 24th. Thcre was a shocking murder perpe- trated here last week by a man of the name of David Sutherland, a sawyer, his victim another sawyer of the name of Groves. It appears from the evidence taken before Henry Garrard, Esq., J.P., that a woman who has been living with thc prisoner Sutherland for the last six or seven years left him for the second time within a short period to go and stay with the deceased (who, I hear, offered her money to keep away from him). Sutherland went after her to the   house of Groves and after beating her was leaving the place when Groves, who had been from home, came up ; words passed between them, and the prisoner threatened to shoot one of them, which thc woman dared him to do. Upon that a scuffle occurred, and the gun loaded with duck shot went off lodging in the breast and...

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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [From the Era, Oct. 15.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

COLONIAL SUMMARY.             [From the Era, Oct. 15.] John Goodwin, of Scone, has been committed at the Water Police Court   to take his trial at the next Criminal Sessions for a libel on Mr. James Smith, police magistrate of Scone, contained in a letter written to the Colonial Secretary in December last.     Last Saturday the premises of Mr. Hush,sen., of Spring Grove Braidwood, .were burnt to the ground. By the Benares, the Government have received a despatch from the Secretary pf Statu for tito Colonies, to the effect that the erection of Moreton Buy into "ciuaeu.. 'OTIV has been con ? Mr. Flood, ' " ?^rr.rkv;1 ; . . ' ,-, i lill S . . ' ij .¿óüQ ounces of gold, BMf' ' ">,j in cash. . A con....-.ce of farmersatMclbournc purchased the celebrated horse Clyde, ut the annual show of Messrs. M'Caw and Another, for £700. A voung man named Ebenezer Cuni uer foot his l...

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GOLD-NEWS. TIMBARRA DIGGINGS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] November 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 November 1859

GOLD-NEWS. TIMBARRA DIGGINGS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] November 2nd. DURING the Iast fortnight a great many of the miners have been unsettled, through the report of the New Rush at Pretty Gully, near Tabulam. That rush continues to attract, but it is doubtful whether many will remain there during the summer on account of the scarcity of water. The Gold is rough and very similar to the Tooloom metal, but it is Two shillings an ounce more valuable. There is a very good road to it from Tabulam, ten or twelve miles.       The large quantity of Gold sent down by last escort comes principally from a place called the "Scrub" about twenty   or twenty five miles from Yulgilbar sta- tion,on E. D. Ogilvie's Esq. run, about seventy miles from Grafton. This Diggings has proved the New England' the most prolific field yet discovered in   these parts, several persons ???     their pile in a very short time....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

TO CORRESPONDENTS. MYRTLE CHEEK.-Whatever objec- tion may bc felt as to any particular person being upon a road committee, or trust of any description, there is no law against it. Thc question must be settled by the subscribers, or ratepayers themselves.

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GOLD-NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

GOLD-NEWS. PIIOSTECTINQ PARTY.-Cloud's Creek on the south side of thc river is again being prospected. Wc saw a sample of gold, weighing about half-aii-ounee, from there a day or two since. Thc party has been working about three weeks, but there ÍB no account of them having struck payable ground. The gold exhibited was panned out. Since thc sample has been received in town another party has started for the same place and wc trust that their combined efforts may be successfully rewarded. This Creek has been ]>rospccted several times, and gold has always been ob- tained, but not in such quantities as most diggers would wish. Thc parties who arc now out arc practical men, and wc believe it is their intention not to give thc search up easily. Thc gold that has been obtained there, is of a far better quality than that of Timbarra and Tooloom, being equal to Uralla. Cloud's Creek is only distant forty-five miles from Grafton, on the Armidale road. A Gold Field opened there would be...

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To the Editor of C. and R. Examiner. Bally-Botherem Creek, Clarence River. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

To the Editor of C. and R. Examiner. Bally-Botuerein Creek, . Clarence River. Mr. Em-run,-I mähe boultl to' drop these few lines through the mad.icm of your nate little Examinalur, to my brother Mich, in Sydnai. j - Bear Mick,-I wrote wonst or twice ! widout. resaving any anser from ycz, so 1.1 thought it best this time to write to you in print. Well, now, Avie ! Shu rc this is the finest place, barring the ould country, that ever 1 did sec in the hole coorseof.me life. Plinty of fine ill i gani water in the river, an the best of .Land, that will grow anything tunost, from a Pratie to a Corn stank, and Kitty, me, an thc childer get the very best of tratement from the Alaster (God bless him, wit! au illigant fine lîushun fortis all), and piase thc Pigs 1 intind havin a taste of Land myself, in eoorse ol' time. Arra ! it would do your heart good to see the illigant tine Farms of land, shinin like gould, and the civel dacent people the imbors wc have. But the Township bates Bana gher, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our colum[?]s are open all [?]ers who refrain from the use of virulent language p[?] nalitics, but we are not responsble for opinions expressed To the Editor of C. and R. Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our coturno* art wm to nit xcrttcrs who rrfrain Jrwti Me ugt nf vimUnt language or ji'ti'i nnlititt, but in« art nut mp'intibli ft,r opinion* txprtiM'L To thc Editor of C. and R. Examiner. Sm,-Allow mc to call youl- attention to thc very great irregularity that at present exists in the arrivals and depar- tures of thc neveral mails from Grafton. The Richmond mail, for instance, is due at this oflicc on Tuesdays and Sa- turdays, nt 0 P.M. (thc hour thc office closes), and departs at 6 A.M. next day, which fact entirely prcchidc'8 thc possi- bility of answering one's letters by thc return mail j and likewise thc Tabulam mail, which arrives on Tuesdays, nt 3 Ít.vn., thc letters cannot possibly be de ivercd before half-past turee and some- times four, owing to press of business attending thc Sydney mail (which clones at 0 P.M.), in consequence of which thc public arc put to serious inconve- nience. Now, Sir, I would suggest the pro- priety of requesting thc Post...

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Clarencc and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

Clntcncc anir ^icjmoiib fe miner,. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1859. SYDNEY is once again agitated with thc turmoil of a contested election. Mr. BLACK having accepted office, and Mr. CowrEit resigned his scat, two mem- bers are required for the Eastern Divi- sion of the City. To fill these, Capt. WILLIAMSON, Mr. FAUCETT, Mr. ll. DniVEit, jun., Mr. BLACK, and Dr. Du KIAN were brought forward in thc first instance. Another proposition was, however, made by Dr. LANG, on the nomination day, to the effect that Mr. COWPER should be again returned to the Assembly. Upon this Capt. WILLIAMSON retired in favour of thia ; gentleman. Thc polling was to take. I place on Thuriday Wt. There waa a j good deal of speculation as to who would bc returned, the prevalent opi- nion being that BLACK would cither be kept out or have a very tight run for. it. Thc next mail is looked forward to with interest. Mr. HARGRAVES continues to hold office as Solicitor-General under thc new Ministry, without political resp...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM [?]AFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF TIIE MAILS. DnrAirruniíB pnoM OUAFTOS. To Casino, Acc., Sunday, and Wednesday, at 6 A.M. To Queensland, via Casino, Sunday, at G A.M. To Armidale, Wcdncaday, at 8 A.M. To Tabulam, Wednesday, at 9 A.M. To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning' AuiiVALS AT GRAFTON. FI .ra Catino, ie., Tuosday and Saturday, at G r.M. From. Queensland, ria Casino, Saturday, at G P.M. From Armidale, Monday, at G r.M. From Tabulam, Tuesday, nt 3 r.M. From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

C O M M EKCIAL. /Business has been pretty brisk dur- ing the week, and considerable activity I exhibited in despatching drays to the \ diggings. Other teams are offering, [ and will no doubt be speedily taken np. 1 The new line of road is fast becoming thc favourite, and when the houses of call arc completed, thc greater bulk of the traille must come through Grafton. Thc rates of freight may be quoted at from 15s. to £\, according to distance; though carriers are inclined to make bargains, owing to thc rapidity with which they can deliver stores, the new line presenting but slight impediments to their progress. Mr. II. J. Holt reports having sold during the WCL-IC thirty three head of horses, from' the M'Leay Uiver, con- sisting of mares, fillies, and geldings, the majority of them unbroken, avera- ging £11 5s. per head. At present there ja a brisk demand, and horses that arc well broken in, subject to trial, will command remunerative prices. Rates of carriage from Lawrence : To Too...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

Department of Lands, Sydney, 4th November, 1839. "ITSTTrii reference to the Government Notice \| dated 2nd September las£ relativa to tho opening «nd making of a Parish Road from the south boundnry of Joseph Sharp's 771 .orri, in tho Parish of Great Marlow, County of Clarence, to tho north boundary of Joseph Sharp's 748 acre« : Kolico is hereby given, in accordance with the Act of Council, -Uh WUliara IV, No. ll, that no objections having been mada to the proposed Road, in conformity with the »aid Act, His Excellency the Governor General, with tho advice of tho Executive Council, has been phased to condini the »aid Road, ami it i» therefore hereby declared expedient to open and make the Road referred to, according to thc Plan and Rook of Reference to be »cen at tho Omeo of the Surveyor General, nt Sydney, and at the Po- lice Office, Grafton, and nil persons intending to claim compensation in respect of the said Hne, aro hereby reminded that notico must be served upon the Colonial Se...

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THE GREAT EASTERN IN MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

THE GREAT EASTERN IN MOTION. THE Great Eastern (Leviathan) made a move on the 8th of August in the fight direction. Some 3UÜ or 400 visitors, composed of members of Par- liament, merchants, and distinguished engineers, assembled to witness the first trial of thc gigantic paddles and screws of the big ship which, in their united efforts, exerting a power of 12,000 horses, arc to propel her at the rate of 23 miles au hour. A luncheon was afterwards served, over which Lord Stanley presided. At half-past one thc monster engines were at work-" there was no noise, no vibration, nor thc slightest sign of heating, and thc tremendous frame of ironwork sprang as at once into life and motion with as much case as if every rod and crank had been worked for thc last ten years." The engines turned slowly-six revolutions per minute-a minimum speed, but suffi- cient to test thc strength of Trotman's anchors, with which the vessel is moor- ed, and to bring forth a " pungent atmosphere " from thc foet...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

THE WEATIIEII.-Since the Itt of the month the weather hus been change- able. Wednesday and Thursday, the Snd and 3rd, were close und sultry, the .at mouilliere being surcharged with elec- tricity. During thc evening of the latter day a heavy storm of thunder and lightning brahe over thc district, ac- companied by thc greatest fall of iain remembered for yours. That this was not local muy be judged from thc fact that thc Fenelia experienced a similar downpour when oiT the neighbourhood of Port Macquarie, During the fol- lowing four days thunder and lightning visited UT more or leta daily, with oc- casional show ei s, thc weather being cool Mid pleasant. In all directions vegeta- tion shows thc good' result of the lute rains. Thc gardens und orchards glii,tcn in their bright green verdure, and thc hem ta of our gardeners and fm mci H ure gladdened with the almost certain pros- pect i f bounttoUH crops. During thc punt-wet k the weather has been line, tie mornings and evenings deliciou...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

DEPARTURE. November 9-Fcnell», (fi.), 17G tons, Captain Creer, for Sydney.

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COTTON PLANTING IN NORTH AUSTRALIA. (To the Editor of the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

COTTON PLANTING IN NORTH AUSTRALIA. (To the Editor of the Empire.) Sin,--You .will' much oblige mc. by publishing in thc Empire the practice of cotton planting, as adopted by me, aud which has been found to answer admirably, in bringing to perfection a first-rate article. Thc cotton grown by this process has been highly approved of by the Cotton Supply Association of Manchester; and as cotton is evi- dently adapted for growth in this colony, and will certainly become one of our. staple products in thc future, so I trust thc publication of the enclosed papers will bc interesting and beneficial to your numerous readers. I am, Sir, yours truly, II. JAMES SLOMAN. Gladstone, September 28, 1859.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

Tiio drnftori left Sydney on Wednesday at 0 p.m. ; left Newcastle at li-30 a.m. on Thursday : crowed tho bar on Saturday morning at 5-30, and arrived at South Grafton at noon ; passed the. Fenelia on Friday at 7-30 a.m. about 12 miles south of Smoky Cape'i experienced easterly and north-easterly winds all tho passage.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

ALMOST every mail brings tbc terrible cry of an over supply of labour in the Sydney market. Such a curious ano- maly, in a new colony, of a want of labour in thc country districts, and a great excess in the metropolis, demands thc attentive consideration of all gene ions and reflecting minds. That a re- medy should bc applied, and that speedily, all admit; but in the mean- time shipload after shipload of immi- grants are discharged in Sydney, ra- pidly swelling thc inert and almost lifeless mass, which is beginning to be felt as a dreadful incubus and curse by the citizens of thc metropolis of New I South Wales. Let the system continue, I and but few years shall roll over ere the same fearful scenes will be enacted in a city washed by the waters of the beautiful Pacific, ns have, cried aloud for remedies from the reeking hovels and filthy Accldcmus of New York, and other receptacles for immigrants in thc United States of America. "Wc do not believe that misery and I want arc the nor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859

GALLERY. TLLIAM SCIIRODER begs to * * inform thc inhabitants of Grafton and the surrounding districts that hav- ing completed his Establishment in Prince street, next to Mr. HOI.MSTEX'S General Store, he is now prepard to execute POltTlt AITS in every size and style of art. A properly adjusted sky- lights will enable W. S. to take like- nesses at all hours. Prices,-Prom 5s. upwards. Stereoscopic Views always on hand. PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, Piuxci: STIIEET, Git.vrrox. PAKM Ti) St 13 SOH,a>. Sugar Plantation, Murray Creek, Great Marlow. Apply to A. LARDNER, Esq., J.P., OBSERVE ! W. SCMUMEflJEErS J: ACRES-'ltich SCRUB LAND adjoining Mons. ADAMS' Grafton. 354 jjAï'C'Eaia.y & WAX TESTAS. ON SALE.bythe UNDERSIGNED Japan Tin Vestas, Plaid Vestas, Tin and Brass Vestas, all sizes; I. N. E. Matches, Saloon Matches, Paper and Colonial Matches, all sizes. Also, a large variety of other descriptions. Ile begs to oller the same in any quantity to suit purchasers, at thc lowest rate in S...

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