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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

EXPO «TS. ! Ex Sacramento, lur Newcastle, 16 GOO ftei j Hardwood. | . - . _ 1

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DEPAR[?]RE[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

BE PAß I URE-*. ' July 2!)-Sucritii-»iMi, «uiuM-ner. CO toni",! Cdptam ¡Vlehler, tor NewoaBtle. . . July SO-Duncan Hoyle, (».). Capt Qu ty e , .for Sydney. I

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MIN[?]FRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

MíM'siraiAt. Braidwood. F A lîuoper Bria june. J. Kk-iiiirOhoii (Jant«i bury . K. KiouA and 8 LyotiB Curcour . W. R. Watt Control Cumberland A'kinMm and Laycock Clarenoe... Clark Irving Darling Dow» 8.. . W HaiiUcuck Eden. I) Et?-rn Glebe. John Campbell Gold Fields, Went R. Wisdom M N.-nh J H- bkins ,, tsou h J. B Wilson The Bunter . .... lt J .!.«» Humo. A»t . r K r ley. H. ll Hon Illawarra -J Í» Hargrave Kioma _..1. <-ir«y Ldohlan.. S P. Kyun Maitland, Hatti.... J. <Cli»tnt>*i« " West . . H. «J. Wï.àK> Moreton, ï£a*t .... fi. Olino Murpeth . Cl UM M Mudgee. Hon. L II. B*y1r^r Northuuabe*lnnd ,. Alrxtmdir WMIIOT SOO t Nepean. R. Jamivon New Engluud _ J. Hurt Nen town»... A. M'Arthur. Paddington ..._Sir Daniel Cooper Knt. Parramatta . J. By meit Mini G.Ookta Pater non . W. M. Arnold. Patrick'« Tuina .. Capiain IlucBell . Sr.. Leonard8.E. Ssy*r8 Tb« Williams_S. Dnrk Earn Sydney.,.... Hon, C. Cowptr ?H .John Black Weat Sydney ... Dr. Larg M _ 3. Pernell Sho...

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Commercial. SYDNEY. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

: CoiíimerciaL SYDNEY . ANDERSON., OA.V1 PRELL, AND CO/8 -.PRODUCE CIRCULAR. We'have, not.rriafiy cargoes to note since our last report. Maize has not arrived i' too freely, but quite sufficient, for the de ' maud has come. Hay-Lucerne*. The market is completely glutted; and it is difficult io disposé of it at any price. The several arri varis of Wheat and Flour from the neighbouring colonies have caused a dampness in* this market. Potatoes dud Onions are in good demand. Butter is ^ scarce, and in much demand, if good. Bacon, 8d. to 9a. per lb. Darloy, EnglUU- 2i. 9 J. to 3s. per bu Bb el. Bran-le. 6 ».per bushel. , Butter-lu. vd. to 2s. per lb. Calves-20*. to 40a. Flour; finest Colonial-£20 to £27 per ton. Ditto, fine Adelaide-£27 to £28 per ton. Ditto, fino Country,--£24 to £20. Ditto, Hnsall- 50». to 6ie- per barro). Kay, Lu corno-£3 10a. to £4 por ton. Ditto, Oaten-(Huntu Uiver) £5 to £0 per ton. Hides-H«ovv, lfis. to 17o. 6J. «sob. litaize-3d. 3 J. to 3i. ii. per bushel. Onions...

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ADELAIDE. Monday, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

; ADELAIDE. ; Monday, July 18., Mr. Stuart returned, yesterday^, from his northern exploration. He has penetrated turee hundred mile» further north than ho had reahed before. He baa discovered a continua-' »ion of splendid; country, well watered and .grossed -f and reporta a river three miles wide .; .running to the east. He ff els confident of the existence of an inland sea. . .. Tuesday, July 19. The Aesombly have ndnpwd an address to ? grant a reward of £1000 -to ai.y person who, marting from Adelaide, shell croea the con linen1, striking the count between the Gulf of ; Carpentaria and the tropic of Capricorn. ' Kmart, it ia belie vd, will accept the off r. and ?tart in a weik. H> hns just returned from a inp into the in«eti<r, having, penetrated into thu country tfOfí miles beyond Babbage's furthest. He dr*urik es it as a »plendiri eoumry. with alnn ioni'.oor wa'ter and a tiver thrw: miles broad. £b000 lin» be>n plv.oë'd orx-the Eitimuteo fur j the dances of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

Hotice. Ï!V consequence of not being able1 to ob CHIII kin- r. quimiu prt uiihcf. in Ut-.t ÜI , l- e undersigned iuiendu "Selling od" at han COM price the General Daro«rv and other O ods 'hat he brought with him from Sydney. J-wxIK-ry,"gold and Kilver WMTON'M, gold ringa, gunk' boits and shoes &..&.. FRANCIS RILEY, A'ongside the Royal Hotel, 10B Prince street.

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CAMPBELL AND RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

CAMPBELL ANT> TíTHSELÍi'3 PRÔDUOIÏ CíRCÜLAR. Floor. £22 to £27 p^r ton ; Wheat, 10i. to 1TB. per misha] ; Bran, ls. 6d. to la. 9d. ; Maize, 3-t. 3d. ; Barley, Bnglisti, 2'« 6d. to 3s.j do. Otp«, 2t. od. to 2s. 9d. ; Hav¿ lucerne, £4 to £4 10H. por mn ; do, oaten, £4 to £6 ; Pota- toes, £4 to £4 lös.; Butter, 2». pf lb. ; Cheese, 7d. to 9d. ; Bacon, lOd. tr» ls. ; Pig*, 41. to 6d par lb. ; Calves, 15^. to SOa. each; Hides, 8«. to 16s. each : Horns, 28a. to 30«. per 100 ; Sheepskins, 6d. to 7¿d. Wholesale Produce arid Üutter Storps. 77. Susseá: street, Sydney, July 2Í) h, 1859.

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

I DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE i MAILS. DürARTüitEs ruoM GRAFTON, I To Casino, Sen., Sunday* and Wednesdays, ' at 6 A.M. 'j To Moreton Bay, via Casino, Sunday, 6 A. M. To Armidale, .WednendHys, at 8 A.M. 3Fo Tabulam, "Wednesdays, at 9 A M. ToSydney, bysteamer, WedneHoay morning. ARRIVALS AT GRAFTON. From Casino, &u., Tuesday and Saturday, : ot 6 P.M. ? j From 'Moreton Bay, via Casino, S^turduy, j Qt. 6 PM. j F 3*'rom Armidale, Monday, at 6 P.M. i From Tabulam, Tuesday, at 3 PM. i From Sydney, by Bteamer, Saturday after- noon

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Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

: . Sydney. : j In tlie in«o)v( ney of Mr, Henry Pirftc«, it §. huR heeti decided hv the Supreme Court that f )io Hiipj>lfiuenuiry evioVi.ce bv ulHciavits could , .e recio ved in considering th« n| »peal against ¡ the Chief Gommiiisionet'ri decision ; but ,orgu- < munt would he heard on the p..int whether tue j Court nhnnld allow viva voce »otumination. " j Mr. M Koy. fit, the OwstomH, has made a j seizure-oMS.fiOO cigars on heard the Bitlaette. ¡ They wcrn <h« property of the chief steward. ¿ ;.' The meinbera of the Celtio Association have i heid a moating wiih tho ohjom pf procuring it !' more convenient and miiublti place for us- i Hf-mblipB thun 'hit trhirh they at prt8ent,«wn. J The K-v. TiiomHH Rinn» y lias ukJrfi' his' J «ippurture hy xiii Susette, un bia réîuTn to- ij Eiglnnd. , ; .1, ? f }¡ IÍANQÜKT id Mn COWPKU.T-It isthe^inten? \ tion of tho liberal elector» of Sydney to invita ',' (heir leprenentativo Charles Cowper, E-q., <\ VI. L. A ...

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Our Diggings. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Tabulam, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

Our Diggings. [FEOM otra OWN connp.aroxi>KNT ] > Tabulam, Julv 24. Things are going on much aa usual on- , the diggings. The rain that threatened to be heavy on Tuesday and Wednesday passed off without raising the creek which, is now in good working.order. New gul- lies are being opened nearly evóry wt-ek, some paying very well. There have been a good many new arrivals lately.

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THE NEW ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

THE NEW ASSÜMBLY. TUB various electorates have completed their task, and the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales is once again in full vigour, the requisite number of members (8D) having been returned. Taking the classification of this number from the Em- pire, it ia extremely gratifying to see that the Cowper Ministry is so strongly sup- ported. The liberal measure passed'last i Session, the Electoral Act, and which con-1 ferred such an amount of liberty on the! community, would alone earn for Mr. j Cowper and Iiis coadjutors the gratitude of the people, more especially when it is re- J membered that dur countrymen in Great Hrilaid and Ireland are st* greatly behind in il»« march of progress, that it must take yea's of constant battling with the enemies ¡of reform hefoie they can reach thé gaol j al t ead Y*"allained hythe inhabitants of this I country. But suppose Mr. Cowper displaced, who is there among the old members qualified to lake the Pieiniership? ls Plunkett,an eilet«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

Proclamation by His Èxcellimcy the Go- vernor General. ÍN pùrsùarrce tit the' authority in nie Vested, and in nceordanca wu h ihn Jingu lations of 27'h ÁuRUst, 1653, respecting Lind Sales beyond the fettled .Districts, I, tho Go- vernor General aforesaid, with the advice of the Executive Counc.il, do heryby notify and proolam.im, that at EÏevth e'c'oèk on Thiirsdiy, the Biffhtkeent dat/ of August next; the fid. lowing Lots of Lui.d will be offered lor Sale by public auction, at the undermentioned place, Rt the upfftt .pricp affixtd to each lot r^rjecti* . vely. (Depoèit 10 per cent.) Deed Pee £1 eaoh Lot. Sdle di the Police Office, Tenterfield ; Tenterfield ; 7 eubuTbsn lot«, county. iinnam~ ed. oonttd-^ing from 1 nore ?. Dods 32 plebes to 4 ocre* 3 mo^B 23. parches j being áWutmenta in Beciuh-» 16, 17, 52, and 54, previously offertti fir nale, Upfet price £3 and £4 per acre. Tenterfield: 31 town lots, of 2 roods each ; bf iv g allotments 1 ..of.section 4 ;, 8, 4, 6 to 8 of spction ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

0 lîiiïIN AL CO li KESPO ND KNCIÏ. I To (ho Editör df the Chit inca and tlichirwnd j Examiner, \ SIR;-in yotíf isstie of the 20th of July I observe a paragraph headed '* Our Dig ! gings," stating that the Tooloom diggings turned out very unsatisfactorily and that Jiggera daily returned in lorries arid fifties to thd Timbarra diggings. I believe that j your informant must be wrongly informed br acts with personal interest. I have no persorial interest in either of those dig- gings, but merely of curiosity paid a visit to see the various operations of them and cannot omit to contradict such false repre- sentations as your correspondent gave. I was a week at the '1 o'oloom diggings. I visited several parries at work, and saw that merely by scraping with a knife, and washing' ¿he stuff in the wadhingpaii, eách pan yielded at ail average from four to eight pennyweights ; in some cases even more. In that one week I saw mdre than twenty partie», each party c'onsistirig of two or three men,...

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TEL[?]GRAPHIC MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) MELBOURNE. Thursday, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

TEL I GRAPHIC MKSSAG KS. ._ t (Fruin the iVjííWy Morning Horald.) j MELBOURNES. j Thursday, Juîy 14. I , Af n Crown !*nd sale in IVU-l-ounu-. held to« flay, ,3 ronda 16 perer-ec, ii*»»r tuts Victorian '.Kailway .Staiioii,«old for £6">40. . Friday, July 15. A R yal Proclamation received hy last mail ii^ued in to-night's Omette, calling upon the people to brm for nclf-defence { aluo a proclamation of the Governor to the same effect, -, tiffining -he dimricts in wich the diftVreiiT coi pi» ure to be r»iad, and placing their couirol in the i hundaofColonelN.il. ¡ At a deputation to tho Governor, yesterday, j bis Kxcehenoy ext lained that he had alieuoy inade the Home Government acquainted witii ! our want « f a naval fore«, Rrms, and munitions, j He did not place much faith in the cry of danger j from New Caledonia, in any event, believing i the French could not be spured from thence, i . .. Monday, July 18. The P. an<* O. Company's steaiiier Ñoriham cleared the-Heads this...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

ODDS AND ENDS. ¡j Intelligence has reached u<, and been' dulyv \] published of the fate of the Junior .mutineers.. H Plummer was to behanped, hut (Jartha, Stun- tj ley, and Herbert, convicted of ranna) onghter. j] onlyf were sentenced to fine and imprison nroutc r[ Thin ehows ii .striking difference betwçen, the jj prnci ice «if BritiHb áíid American; courts. Ao- ¡1 ooidiilK to oiir liw», when any connpliaoy in û for mtd for a com non unject, and th« result ia ¡j murder, all parties pnosnt are held capitally ll guilty. .. . fj Theunhappy criminal Norri«,convicted of a J ri-po upon a child ot tender y en rn, is toba. . tL.. hang» u at Darlinghurst, on Friday mxt. W Ot all bombie laimeH of this description thaï ' >V ever disgraced humanity,' that fdr which the j ruffian William Simmonds has been arrested in j Victoria is the most frightful.. His victim,alto. J wai a child. ' . \ f . Lottere have been received from the Veno-, rabia Archdeacon M'Encroe, who was in the. enj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

THE GRAFTON j School of Arts.. j MU. W. K. V IN0ENT has kindly I rimwnted to deliver un addi ¿os o'.» "the; üiihi-oi ( f DuiÍ<1i»>¡» >0';iijties" fin the t- Vf nmg 1 . t' WVriui-i»d»v «Vii- Snl Augllbl lieXt. Chair IO he 'nkt-n at 7 "'c ok. ¡ - The in»tnb>-rs bi CommittPe ore requested io ; ui**>i ul 6 o'clock tor trautet itiit ot ItuMtiÏH*». i 4, W. H. HUGHES BECKE, j T:S "'\j> .* Secretary. . ' _:_:_._:_j ; TH li GRAFTON . School of Arts. TH E half yearly Meeting of the Mem- bers ot'the Institution will be held m tin National School House on Wednesday, 1 Och ot Auguat, at 7 v.M. for the election of Orfiei-ra and Committee for the ensuing year, to receive a report of the paßt half ynar's proceedings, and to make arrangement» for laying the foundation fetuuo of tlie new building. , By order of'he Committee. j W. H. HUGHES BERICK, j 99 ? " '"' SeCntary. j THE adjonrnded PUBLIC M EETING j wilt bu heut ai Mr. .Jom-a' Royal Ho-»-l, North ,Grafton, on Thursday ....

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

local Intelligehce# THE GOLD FSCORT arrived yesterday from Timbarra, bringing in the following quantities of gold dust i-121 ounces 2 dwts., M. H. Marsh, Esq. ; 17 ounces, ditto ; 40 ounces 1 dwt., W. Croft ; 383 ounces 1 dwL, Bank of New South Wales j 140 ounces 19 dwts., to be remitted in sil- ver, through Bank of NSW.; 145 ounces 8 dwtsi, Major Chauval-Total, 721 ozs. 11 dwts, CROWN LAND SALE.-A Land Pale at the town of Lawrence (Elbow) will ta^e place on Monday, August 30. Full par- ticulars in.our.next. THE DUNCAN HOYLE (S.) did not ar- rive at the wharf until Friday afternoon. The weather had been dreadful in Sydney and consequently she did not leave until Friday evening. »She entered Newcastle i he following morning, and having coaled proceeded on hr r voyage the wind blowing a gale from the S E. In consequence of th:s, knowing the bar be impracticable, and having a large number of: passengers, on board, Captain Quayle wisely.preferred going into Port Mephens where the Dun- c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

-mroTi<;iî TO THE PURIJC 1^ The Proprietor oí th» CÍLAUHXCK A.XI> RICHMOND EXÁUINUU bc-g» io announce lu the Riadenta bf Grafton, the Clarence, »nd Bioihtnind Diatriet«, that be ia now||Pr*'Polf,:ti 1« «xei-iirV »H deMîTlplinra ft BOOK. JOB, AND GENERAL ou th* »hortt-et notice, and tit price* a» low *s any ut her tatabln<liii.eiu iu the colony. THU CLARENCE AND RICH- MOND EXAMIN KR ia published e«e«y IUESDAY uioiumg ut Grntlon, and i» ior /whrnttl to ul! poria of Auauali». Nsw Zealund, Ul eat Britain, India, Cup« ol Good Rope, and »hu Riiiuh Dominion». At» a medium for'ad veruaçi* il will bu lound '«quai lo »uy news papar lu ihe toloniee ; tua -aa it erjoys »t> immense vifcuiaiion among the diggers, atore kuturu utid tUbtuhHiiUt will ba enabled moat M<1 vantagrnutdy lo circulate th»ir huta of good* , for eaie iu - the tuidat of thotte uho are the j gi eateal consumera. ¡ The pride of the paper ia twenty four ahilltaga \>tt annum, payable qua...

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CLARENCE AND RICHMOND Examiner[?] TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 August 1859

CLARENCE AND RICHMOND Examiner         TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1859. ThE recent news of war having broken out between Sardinia, France and Austria has created the greatest excitement in the . minds of the Victorian colonists, who judging from the fact that England is .arming herself and preparing for the worst openly express their fears that before long .the British Empire may bo dragged into j o contest with France. Under this view ; of the case, large "meetings had been held,! .calling upon the Government to enrol a 'militia and upon the people to -subscribe funds, one party proposing that the several Banking institutions should head thc list With no less a sum. than ¿6100,000. The ~ Government "had taken immediate action, and a Proclamation from Sir Henry Barkly had Leen issued calling for volunteers, and directing the formation ?? of Brigades both for land and sea services. Sydney has not yet been thoroughly . roused, but we hear it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS & MACHINERY. GARLAND and BINGHAM are Agent« for nil the leading EngliBn Manufacturer*, HS, York street, one door norn King fitreft, Sydtity. Curait guts muy be had on application. "ANTED, Good Hands. Constant) tmphyeinent. Waget from 10d. to 13s per duy. P. N. RUSSELL AND CO., 114 ùydm-y Foundry. STOLEN or STRAYED, from the Firs; Fulls, Clnrenie Ri vi iv a blight Buy MARE, white star in tnrptendi t lack points, hwitih tHtl, TP ovtr KC on the near nhiulder, with home p. vtriv »poi ann both sides rump. Whoever returns the fame, if struyed £1 will bf gi VT), and *hp ar>nv(j reward of £ó0 will be yaití cn .he conviction nf the thu for thieves. THOMAS POWER. 113 "WILLIAM SOUTHIONS ON MUNDAY, 29th AUGUST, 1859. Proclamation by His Excellency the Go- vernor General. ÎN pursuance of the authority in me VtrHC'd. und in ni:cmdunce wuh tlte Regu. lattens of 27 h August. 1853. respecting Land Sales beyond Settled Districts, I, the Governor Gent-rid and Governo...

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