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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860
. ... .SYDNEY. THE Cowper Government had offered the Attorney-Generalship to Mr. Faucett pd Mr. ' Darvall successively had been refused by both-thc Solicitor -Generalship had been declined by Mri Windeyer; , ? ' The rusli to thc Snowy: Itiver dig-. gings still continued though at an abated rate, and .great fears are enter- tained that serious disasters must be thp)-rie8ult¿^Th8 reporto-avc.: very* con tra^ictory-as* .to^'b",ómotíKÉ''''of fgold " obtained, the only test is ' thc escort returns, and so far as we have yet learnt ÍG80 ounces is all that has been .forwarded, and surely this although very satisfactory, is not sufficient to induce men of reflective -minds to null into,a region. of .such hardships and danger without carefully counting thc cost. .'?:'?? ,. ; Thc mercantile,finn -of. Buyers, and Learmonth had sivnended navmcnt. with liabilities amounting to upwards of.?60,000, , ? , ; ? Walker had been returned for Wind- sor, bEating; Dr. Jiernc'astlc by 150 votes. ». The Syd...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860
;?-' JIELBOUEÎS'EZ . , N? ;; THE Kyneton : Dcviation'"Bill-'occupied - jthekX^8Beinbly,...lastt-niglit.j l, Ikni'i thc Tloiisc jumped round,' «nd ijfor the second time, rescinded a formfcr vote. The movement is got up by land- job- bers.'- . .?. , .;;..!.f.:*V..-.-v. Thc Geelong Railway Purchase Bill passed through committee. Duffy, "a 'partner in the .finn"of O'Connor, Phelan, and Co.,. has been found guilty of forgery on one charge, and acquitted on two others. .
[?] INTELLIGENCE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. . ' i .TuuitSDAT, MAIIOII 29.-?. . . il iii i. twncil mot pursuant to adjournment.... 1 . imt-Aldermen 'Chapman, Pnvne, Jonos, .Av. '\ (filmore, Hcndorsonj and McFadden. ~~.ûclërman Jones mored, nnd Alderman Hen- derson Eceondcd, that Mr. Chapman take tho chair. . . . ? ? Carried.. : '? NOTICE OT'MOTION. . Alderman Gilmore gave notice that, nt tho next meeting,lho should- movo that tho Town Clerk's salary be taken - into consideration, and that tenders bo called for tho ofilco of Towri Cleric.' . . . ' " HOUSE -íEinnr BETWEEN ; NORTH AND SOUTH ;'''." ? . ..-' . GIUFION. .Alderman Payne movod, pursuant to his no-;, tice at tho last meeting, that a Horse Ferry be established between Korth and South Grafton. Tn address ho said, wo haye paid £25 to .clear a road td'tho ferry, and still wo oro not better olf than .wo wore. ? Wo haye no means of tralllo.with the Other sido, and I look' upon tho ferry as a main road. - Thereforb we must do it ourselves, os tho Goyorninen...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860
fV" PUBLIC MEETING. ; ?A.MEETING ,was ¿held nt the School -house/^Mh/.ty^on^ for the purposi of assisting fthcVlmiFeicrs liy this Inti floods at Illawarra, Shoalhaven, &c. : 'Thc .MAYOR presided . .ovar thc meeting, : ' ? . '. v MB.-'BLIGH in addressing the meet- ing said that this district was liable tc a similar visitation, and as christian j men,were bound to shew our sympathy with the . bereaved. ? widows, orphans, and sufferers generally. Ue then pro- posed the following resolution which ?was seconded by Dr.-GUNST : That this meeting sympathises deeply with those persons who : have suffered the loss ot property, and moro especially with thoso who havo suffered tho far savorer -IOBB of frionds ' and relatives, hy tho late; disastrous floods in tho Southern Districts of tho Colony. MR. PAGE in addressing the-meet- ing stated that thc . loss had been estimated at ¿6200,000, and that our utmost efforts could,: only alleviate the worst of sufferings, compensation was out of ...
CLARENCE RIVER GOLD FIELDS. TABLELAND, TIMBARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 3 April 1860
CLARENCE RIVER GOLD FIELDS. TABLELAND, TIMBARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] THINGS continue quiet on the various diggings. Numbers have left for the Snowy, but many are on their way back. The last escort took down about 600 ounces, but large quantities now find their way from Tooloom, &c., to Brisbane - the Telegraph taking down to Sydney lately over 1300 ounces. Large quantities of gold is still &nbsp; held by diggers, and Mr. Austen, the Bank pur- chaser, is buying up more than the average. The men employed are paying themselves, and express satisfaction. By the bye, why is the escort still &nbsp; continued via Armidale ? What are the people of Grafton doing-and what is your member up to, to allow the change in the route to be main- tained, when it is so much to your detriment and to the interest of the diggers that the gold should be forwarded by any other route than its natural outlet by the Clarence? You had better see to it. uLns^weekHrr. 0. Wagner killed...
SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
, ¡; . SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET.., Married farm laborera, >', £45 lo 55 'V;':Singlo.. do i do.' :. 30 to 35 i" ; Ploughmen, . , 85, to 40 .". : Shepherds, 28jlto 80 . ' ¡ . Hutkecpcw, 25J to 28 ;. ¿ -Stockmen, 85 rto 40 1 Bullock drive's, 40 Ho CO " ' Storekeepers, ? ?' '40'tto SO . 1 Garden laborers, ? -80.ito .' 35 : .- Carters,' ->" '40 So..60 . . Surveyors men -v.-86 faMO* ? / Grooms and Coachmen, '?.?«86 *tó" 50 . Cooks, 40 lo GO . ' HAIGH and BROWîT. .
Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
femiftcr, TUESDAY, APRIL 17/.18C0. '.THE intensities of colonial life leave but little time : or opportunity for. looking beyond our own immediate.circle .for . objects of? sympathy and exertion, so ' tliat.we are seidofn found -looking .be-' . yond that circle except our .attention is attracted by some sudden .arid awful .catastrophe. .., Circumstanees,'¿ówevcr,'are continu- ally happening around ma and among ns which cannot Jiavc, failed to bring 'painfully to mind, the /absolute necessity for. the "establishment of a hospital among us, or some, place ; at least, for . . the reception of the diseased and in ,, jured. - ? Persons living at a 'distance, yet obliged to reside here to secure Regular . medical attendance, v.would be ; glad , to ... avail themselves of sueh.an institution, ....... and would with -pleasure pay any rea . »jianable charges for it3 advantages. Butj' uîifôi'tuuatèly, in addition to this » class orsutrerers,"there are others also ? who from many causes .are «...
ARRIVAL OF THE "BENARES," AT NAPEAN BAY, With News to 18th February. S. M. Herald office, April 11, Wednesday, 6 p.m. [FROM OUR ADELAIDE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
. a . 'AT NAPEA j MY, Witli-Mows to Ifàth February. .S. M. Herald office, April ll, , "Wednesday, 6 p.ru. -?[rjlOM OTJB ,ADELAIDE SPEO(JU&lt; Çpn , . BEBPONÜENT.] / V-T-HB Benares, Captain .Burne,..arrived i-at Ñapean Bay at 2.45 a¡m. Thc cause .of her detention was head winds and . .-foul bottom. .She left Suez 28th Feb. and Aden 6tb March. . Vi'he Bonares brings English news to ' -Teb. 18. ,.' ' ."..The submarine telegraph between ;,V«ae.s and,Aden was broken, l¿[ Vessel engaged in inspecting wire. :fio Aden telegrams received.
IPSWICH—APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
'\K IPSAYÏCII-^ÏUL 3.' i ¡íC^sorEncui,.-îfcssrj. ... Urourjhtoii .? nu rf: .'Fattorini wport tho sale last weclc of Van ]Ji> mon's Lund potatoes ut 13s. to Wa. Od.-i)cr . csVt.i Bced.oafs.Cs, Gcl.to Va.-pcr bushel ; . flotir, damaged,.ZGa.:to 37s..Gd, per bag ; pollard, Os. , Sd. por owt. ; com, 4s: &lt;1d..to 4si Öd. per bushel j bariums, per bushel ; botth-d ale; 10a. (id.: per. ?.lîûZen; clamagod wheat, - aventine: Zs. per Ijushcl ; thoy also report.tbe salo of BOOO wolhors at l'ls. Cd,'per head.
SURRENDERS. From the Sydney Morning Herald April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
SURRENDERS/ , From, the Sydney Morning Herald April 4. , ; William sugden, ot ,i\orth, snore, near Sydney; 'builder/ 'Liabilities; £1565 17s. 9d-. "Assets-value of real property^ mortgaged to the extent of about £1100), £1500; of personal property, £50; outstanding debts, - £3 10s.-; total, £1523 "!0s., Deficit, £12 7s.: 9d; .'Mr.; Sempill, .official assignee. . . . - ; &lt; . ' Augustus Robinson, of Sydney, ? writing clerk. Liabilities, £6L 9s. 6d. 'Assets-value of personal property, £5. Deficit; £56 9s. 6d.&lt; Mr.;Sempill, official assignee;.- -A-:;.! James Everingham, late of Windsor, now of Sydney,, commission agent. Liabilities, £87 6s. 2d. Assets-value of. personal property, £15.; outstanding debts, £3 7s.-; total, £18 7s. Deficit, .'£68193.2d. Mr.Perry, official assignee. . Joseph Taylor, a confinée for debt in H. M. goal, Dàrlinghurst, a pauper. Liabilities, £20 10s. Assets,-nil. Mr. Morris, official'assignee. , Albert de Lannoy, ofBomain-terracc, Sydney, wr...
ALONE WITH THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
i ALONE WITH THE DÉAÍ). My darling!-is it not n mocking dream . : That thou nrt.gone That l am left indcod aa it would Boora. Thus nil alone Do those palobpa, olos'd eyes, and mnrblo brow Tell mo I gazo upon thy dead faco uow ? Ah! yes; T seo tho trcneh'rous hcctio glow, ' ?: In fading streaks, ? Ia changing to tho. color of tba snow '.? Upon thy cheeks, On which tho long.dork lashes of illino oyo ?. In longer, darker, deeper, beauly ho. If this be death, ah ! never unid now ?Wert thou so fair, -.&lt;?. With hat unearthly beauty on thy brow .. ? And solemn air, As if entrano'd and charm,d to.understand. Tho dazzling glories of tho spirit lamb ¡ And novor wert thou, when behind my choir, ? In loving glee, . ? Weaving thy sportivo tangles in my hair, ¿ , So dear to mc As now, wlion nil that's glorious and divino Is fled,.and this frail clay «alono is-mino..- .- . Yes, my dead child, it does not soem a sin . / . To worship theo, ? '?? ¡ ¿;. For constant, deop,' and-wondorful ha...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
SHIPF1H6 ÍHTELIIQEHCE. . .'^ ARRIVAL.-" . , ?" &PBIL 14-Grafton («;), 210 tons, Capt. Quayle, ? fiwm Sydney 11th ¡UÍL Passengers-HisHonor Judge Oweni Mr. Forster (Crown Prosecutor); . Messr*. Panton, J. Berlin, Robertson, Baker, Kerce, Mr. Small and servant, Mri. Jones ¿nd 2 children, and Miss^evlin ; and 10 in the - «teerage.
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
'.^DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OP THE ?: - - ; MAILS. . . ? ,\ i./-" 'n^fidjyxtÀXtVRwxnon GBATTOX. ' To Casino, &c.,^ Tucsaavrut-7 ».M. ' To Quoenslan(l,'ria Casino, Sunday, at O-A.ix. ,To Armidale, .Wêducjday, at C A.M. . To Tabulam, Sunday, at'8 A.M. J.^o Sydney, by «teamer, Wodncfday morning. . Vi ''-.t¿..4^.>AllBlVAM AT GUAWOK. " . -í'i'/From Casino,-Ac., Saturday, at 6 P.w. - From Qimenalaud, ria. Casino, Salurdav, at C : . - ' '&lt; ' -??.?From Armidale, Monday, at 6 P.M. II«? ' From Tabulam, Saturday, at 3 r.Jl. . . . - - From Sydney, by itcanic'r, Saturday afternoon
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
DEPARTURE. . ÀPBIL ll-Fenelia (s.), WO W> CaPt- Crier 'for Sydney. The Grafton left Sydney on Wednesday . evening at 9 o'clock ; arrived at Newcastle at 6.30 .?».?m. Nm"' th") following day's lift 11a.m. . . arrived off Ibo bar on. JiViday, at 7 p.m., and - crossed thè bar at GMO a.m. on Saturday ; arrived at Cowan's wharf 4 p.m. Southerly and westerly, winds'and'Ana weather. ' Passed the Fenelia on ' ''Thursday, et 2 p.m., south of Momo Point.
Obtaining Money [?]. To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
i.Obtaining ^oju]/ vititif^ieyieUncer.^ ,.? J ¡To the'Editor.%tMc''.^^tinW^ndi.'^kh^na> ÍSr«'Í^ÍTó¿!s flöh in-'iir&g^-.Wiá 'inW :Tewrt'i» tl-èoll.", _ 1 'Jj ;^!^vinjif-]iô.tïccd&lt; iÙ^Çosfnpi's- latteriaiiyóúr .lnst^suëi I bog.tó p'utatíóa'against' tüoiäluuioipal JOóúhcil of 'Q¡¡m& . tqji,but since Mr. Cowper, has acted tho Quisótio Î(art of/defcndingv hia. patron, I reiterate jmy órmer'.'státemcnt,' that' '* I-distinctly asked his ;^Vörahip,i Who/'.presidedi ''u'pon tho occasion' of i'that olaotion, if I wrisontitled to n volo, und.bis ;answpr%a3 yé»¿ if I paid.wy rates." I paid 'them, andros then, informed by thutgontlonuin tliatI waïnôt;on'tlie Éleutóral Boll. ? Mr.Cow- per immediatelyaddressed lu's Wbrelijp .and said that I looï. ., However my vote'was le1 .fused. : U: : '' í s;^"; 'j Slam not áwar'o.that I addressed his" 'Worship^ in rudo towns j neither did I feel "filed". (as bo&lt;; elogantly terms it): upon -tho occasion; . I efe, toinlyA...
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 expressed. To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our columna are oneil to all writers who refrain from thc uso ofviiyilent language or ptttii. tihliliej, but toé are nat responsible for .opinionsexpressed. . . . , Ta tho Editor pf tho Clarence and Richmond ? Rxamimr. \ Mn. EDITOR,-I hnvo no doubt yoú have «nd Frank Fowler's "Xights nndBlmdows," in which he terood himself a servant nj her Mojesttfi civil terrica, in cousoquonco of his having re- ported for ono of tho leading papors in Sydiioy. Now, what would that gentleman linvo 6aid if ho lind boon inconvenienced in tba samo manner ns your humblo Rorvant. I went to tho Court yes tavduy morning for. Ibo purpoBO ot taking' noten, ¡ind conlil not ibid wm eiilicr lo stand or sit in eonadjuencó of tli'i small sis* of tho Court- lier,'¡'o. Í ani of opinion thr.t thia bj rectified aa toon ci p-3!isibli by Government (jwniing a sum of monoy to orcot a Court House suitablo to tbs t*nnlji nf fhn TWnn», «liri Truly ' ' . REPORTER. I
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, APRIL 16. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Owen.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
COURT OP'.QUARTER SESSIONS; ' ; ' MONDAY, Arna 1G., ' ' (Boforo.his Honor , Alf.; &lt;Tu3tioi)..Otren.) . "GIEÓUGB, wi.àbôrô^ ing bno 'qui&lt;rt~c%:Ä ''^Iç^JTorator ivpriCBrod ns GrówirPwicéutor. " ; ".' 'Mr. Willoughby, 'for thoprisoiicr^ 'hi jin oblo spo'eou,- claimed f:tluúv inaámuoh as hie cliont waa, not .a British subject; lio waa'onlitlcd tbaijuvy' pómpo'sed.óf orio-half aboriginals. ! ; - ? ! A-jury having bobii empaíiiioled, and cyidouoo taken in.tho caso, tho prisoner was foundgúilty. 1 Sontohce^dofurred .till ¿ó-niónw' morning nt 3.0 ö'olook. ?. . . . ; i [Wo should how atato.that 'priBoh^hju bsen . ?in confinement for three months, Trailing his' trial, in a ¡placo not fltfor a dogto Kvo in,but. 1 -;which' ia '"facetiously denominated the Grafton look-up. Could half a dozen of our Sydney legis- lators bo induced to try, not. eight weeks, but I eight hours iu this villainous Íiole,;tboy would i rapidly como to ¡¡tho conclusion that funds ivens I required to...
WASHINGTON'S FIRST LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
WASHINGTON'S FIRST LOVE. " A '-CORRES pOnrrHNT ¡of 'the Century, \\î giving some reminiscences of the old: '.?country-seat called.'!Tire Cottage,'!"in Honour.couuty¿;.;VirginJaV.' (elates;, the following, account of .tí en. Washington's proposal for the hand oh Mary - Cary, and his rejection^'.by lier]fath'cr':-, . " Uer father was -Wilson' Cary, Esq,: of Celeys,' in;the"''cbûnty;',of íT'lizabéth'' city, descended from ,the noble family of Honsdon, in England. Bi's, relative Colonel Archibald Cary, of Ampthith, in Chesterfield, was, at hts -death,- the heir apparent; to the j earldom.' The -worthy, old gentlemen seems, from all we know of him,;to:háve !l)een as proud as the Coucys ort the Somersets, and to have thought Mt. "family -the noblest in the land. He:; lived'in .great state, with «hatiot and horses, plate and velvet and emlroidéryrr á worthy of the old school, fully satisfied with the.' otder of things,' and enjoyirig^se'reaely the gifts of - Pro-' vidence. His beautiful .d...
"SIC TRANSIT GLORIA EASTER MONDAY."—PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 April 1860
"SIO TRANSIT GLORIA EASTER MON . . :;.\ . . DAY."-PüNon. . ;Tn¿ following ia a list of tho -winnora of tho 1 various prizes of tte sports held at , Mr. Law- rence's on Erfster Monday : FOOI BAOE, for ;C3 ¡120 yards, heats ¡ ontroneo . -2s. Od., "to bo addod to.tho stake. ' Seven ontored for 'tho above race, whioh was vron by Yellow Boy. TUBQDOÍT MAton, of £3 ¡ distance, 18 yards j entranco, 2s, Gd. ¡ ton entered. r- ..'.. '. Won by Mr. Campbell This match was followcd'by another, between Yellow Jack and Mr. Lawrence's cook,- whon tho : latter became tho mnner after a ; 'fine Btrugglo. ... . POOT IIAOE, for boys, 10s. .prize i. 10 entered. ' This was vron by a lad named M'Faddên. Thord -woro aeveval other amuBcmonts iii th&lt; eonrao of tho day ¡ but catobing.tlio pig with £ greasy tail, and eight or niuo parties blindfolds I vollmï? omntv norlcr and ole barrels seemed ti crcato the greatest hilarity. In tho latter ganib thero'wero aonio chancea of a good ducking'ty' rolling ...