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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 July 1860

JLOCAX INTELLIGENCE. ;À COMET.-A Bomawhat rare .visitor (ft comet) .lias,been eeoú in tho north-western heavens since 'last Saturday week. . To ? those of bur reader» .whbremomber thc exeitemeiit created 801110170 : years ago respecting the predictions of tho de« strnction of tho globe by tho pnsaogo of ft comet, itmust have'been gratifying to observe tliàt'tho present visitor did not causo any such display of 'fear. ' fTho nebuls was very indistinct,'and on two ©fitho evenings presented to tho casual .ofi-V- ' : Serrer the .appearance only of a bright star; It- - ? Hs evidently travelling to tho eastward. ' ' " ÖBBI0U8 ACOIDBNT.-On- Friday, -6th inst, ?an accident of rather a serious naturoi happened to ..a person named Gainpbell, residing sear Strontian Park, on tho Clarcnco Biver. ''...On re« ^turning homo .with o.liorso team, from tho scrub, ono-of tho hones got rcstivo and knooked tho man. dqwn,-tho dray passing, over -his body and 'breaking four of his ribs. Dr. Littló was pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 July 1860

MURRAY'S EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN ]WR. MURRAY most respectfully an i" nounces to. . . THE PUBLIC OF ï GRA ETON and surrounding districts that he will perform during THE EACE WEEK :!».>.. " WITH A . J'-M;; ' .' ? ? . TAUNTED CODAIT J H .'AND A ? ; .- ; URGE STUD OF HORSES. The following 'performers 1iavebeen: . selected by Mr..Murray j 'Mr. Moffat, the celebrated Summersault Thrower. ? ?. ? ~Mr. Bird, THE Contortionist of the Day. ."'_ . Mr. M arrays .sierîmg-.-Horseman... ... ' Master Piero, Scenic and Trick Rider. ?; Mr: Ti IL' Smith, .thc greatest Juggler and: Balancer^ ..: . , :Mr. Brown, the Lofty. Tumbler.. ; .f wpmtut ; - FIRST, .TRAMPOLIÈN ¡PERFORMANCE, : led by Mr. Moffatt, throwing sum ..mersaults over ,14-horses. SECOND, MR. BIRD in his ACT OF DISLO- CATION ON HORSEBACK. THIRD, ?ORO,UND AND LOFTY TUMBLING, ;By the whole strength of thc Company, ?j ,' FOURTH, PIASTER .PIERO in his , daring , LEAFING ACT M HORSEBACK, . over sheets (12 feet -wide), suspended; -cords,' and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 July 1860

STEAM TO SYDNEY. 1,1 FINITE will " known SteawbWj Will bo dispa^hcd for BÏBKEY, Aojh .Grafton, TRÍ8 «.(WEDSKSDvlT) MOEN-1 INO-, tftkingíüttago nt tho ?various wharves.*. ; For fjfl parJEteukia tts to freight* &o.-, ilW&tpî .-tho Ce^StiHí^írtaai^ - "i.'J¡*r*\ Australian Joint Stock Bank. HIE' GRAFTON BRANCH of ; tho .AUS- TRALIAN- JOINT STOCK BANK ,ia opon for tho transaction of nil customm-y. banking business.- . ,. ' . , i DRAWING; 'ACCOUNTS aro oponed "for .Gua;., .toinors on' deposit'of funds,'mid Cheque Books-, «nd Pass -BOOKS' aro supplied grntiutousjy.jstf-- ; BANE POSE'BIKS aro isBuedto-Dópositprs, with interost added,'ns follows, namely.j- .;. At 8 por cont for 3 months, » ,L . * , 6 T» 5 " 12 » < lr <nnd tho bills, bomg payable to order, are/.njgO",. itiablo nfc nny momont, and aro thus a great^on ..vcnionoo to tho publio. , DBAÏTS aro issued: on tho HoadiOluco and Branches of tho. Bank; namoly.!- On:jSyanoy,;| Brisbane'Ipswich, Wost Ma...

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GENEEAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 July 1860

GENERAL ITEMS. THE Melbourne correspondent to the S. M. Herald says;—" There is little to write about except the prevalence of influenza. Every- body is coughing or sneezing. There is a great demand for rum, butter, and honey. The Theatre Royal is closed—more than one half of the com- pany being laid up. Poor Rogers, whose benefit was to have come off yesterday, lost all command of his voice on Wednesday night, and was the innocent cause of several peals of laughter and applause at tho excellence of his pourtrayal of the character of a man with a bad cold. Brooke had to stand by while one lady sneezed in tho middle of a most impassioned dialogue in the Honey- moon, and he himself introduced a new and quite original bit of by-play into the character of the Duke of Aransa—a continued application of a   coloured silk handkerchief to tho nose. More than once the serious portions of this fine play were on tho eve of being converted into farce, and every one felt relieved whe...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 July 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL.   JULY IC-Venells (e.), SOO tom, Captain Crcer,   from Sydney July ll. Passengers-Mr. Banniger, and'1 in tile steerage. ; DEPARTURE.     JOLT ll.-Urara (9 ), 400 tons, Captain Wise- man for Sydney . , i'; ? -0- ?:<'< -. Tho Fenelia left Sydnev on Wd5S&day, at 10 p.m. ; arrived nt Newcastle on ThuSSay^At G'SO nm., where slio was detained until Saturday through hcaTy S, E. weather ¡ . loft Newcastle at V'BO a.m. ; arrived oft" tho liendfi on Sunday at 3 pm.; crossed tho Bar yesterday at 7*15 a.m., mid arrived at Q raft on .about 2 o'clock. Tho Urara was ot tho heads, bar bound. . MMnnMMaanBMMBnMBi,

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LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

J. ILÍ.BOÜR MARKET. tJuKA-TBa activity, prevails in our. market, whioíi is well supplied -with labour.- Our engagements during tho woolc liavo baan Humorous ut tho our-j rent rotq.af wages, with shophords for: Queens; land, fawn and,doraoatic serrante, &c;:i"or town arid country.' Wi) have still shepherding families ifi attendance anxious for employment,, and.sevei ; ral of tho immigrants who arrived last', tvejs by tho'ïudor. : There is n good demand fonfemalo Borvantä, especially for the country. Wages ro-' main as por last quotations, vir.- . . 'Married Ooupleà ... £15. to £55 per annum ; . . Funning mon.30'. to 35. TJoughinon ... ... 30/. to 35?.... ... .;. filiopherds! .281 to 30/ Hutkoopers .v. .251. to 28' Grooms .85/ to 60/ ... . Blacksmiths ... .GO'.'to 84/ Carpenters ... .;.....>;. 52Vto80/ . i Cooks &-L.wndrüi8Bä2ß'. to 30.',. ..V1' ' Gi'iicral Servants ... £20 to 20' .; "'HAtO-E& BROWN Genoral Commission and labour Agents, .. , >120 King-str...

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ROBERT CAMPBELL'S SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

ROBERT CAMPBELL'S SYDNEY ! PRICE CURRENT OF COLO-' ' NIAL PRODUCÉ." ' : i . Plour-pVton; J523 r ! ' liny, Lucerne-per ton, 8/ to8M6s »' ? ' lIay,0(.ton-per ton, £4 td £6, 1 ,, Potatoes-per ton, £10 to ¿10 10s. Onions-por.ton, £7 to £& ' ?"" Whcnt-per bushel, 8i . . Mawe-per bushel, Ss. -,;." ... . . -, . .Uran-per Jjuehol, ls'2-1 'Barloy, Engllslt-per bushel, it; ' " Barley, Cape-porvbushel, î> - ' »v . Butter-por lb. UM io lu Od : Choose- por lb,, Gd, to8d . Bacon-per lb,, CdHó 7d Pigs, nllvo-do 4d . - '?"??I "' TurkeyaVpor pair, 10s'to 13i : '. . (Jiil.ea-^aoh ; 15s to ,40s . ¡ i .-. i Hidos-tioh, 0s tol2s,, ¡ ' .;* .', ', - BOB EUT tMOTBBtfc. 101, Siisiox-strcet. Sydney, September Okh, 1800. RATES of carriage from Lawrence::-rrr To TabloldBjd. Tabulam .". .., Prof ty Gully ... 51'Leod's Creel: Tonterfltjld.., Tooloom ..: . ?: '. I .? . . ._10B. . i«sr cental -f 7«. to OJ.' ; , ?; 7«; to 9a. j . ' -.14». . !.:<'< 10«. '. t 52B. to 138.1,

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. T POLICE COURT. ... ;. .TUESDAY; SEITEMUER 4, I860. A KKETINO of tlio, Bench look pince this , day, for tho . purpose of transferring Publicuns' Li- censes, i - At ten o'clock,. there being two magistrates present-viz.,? «Alfred"Lardner, Esq.,, (Major), and'O. E. ïortcc, -Esq.,-tho business com' immood. 4 i ¡í< '«"-çV-.' "*'"*' "' I .. j.Tho'ürit ,application «was that of -Mr.-irenry Pearson Coles, for" the traus(i¡r. of tho. lieenso of the Commercial Hotel, íPriñcc-strcct, -from Mr. J,.D. .Larson: to hiuisrif. '???{Kb; Willoughby pro- duced tl» lieenso and the writtwrconscnt of Mr. Larson -' to tho transfer, vwhich -<vni nt, once granted, >and . tho - ,usual ? recognizances entered into...-.". . -?? v.,.-" .. . - I a Mr; 'dorman'."Cowan 'then' applied for tho transfer of tho license of tho Grafton Hotel, South 1 Grafton^T-formorly held -by his lato' father, i which waaigranted.v ? <.?>.;. ? ? v - ? Tho "next was 'an applica...

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THE S. M. HERALD, ON QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

; THE S. Af. HERALD, ON i .." . -;'-QUEENSÍiA:NDi : ¡, 'TUB land Sales Bill for-.Queensland, * 'ias'eyident.y ; been drawn up in, an ac ;cpmmódáting . spirit, and'with a desire tb, conciliate all parties.. .{Wc do not ^xriów -that the 'Government is to bc blamed for this. It .is desirable that the -land policy of the young 'colphy should bc1 defined aa speedily as possible, sp that commercial; interests may not be kept 'in' suspense,1andj therefore, the immediateimdbption-îof any thing' that is practicable and reasonable is better than waiting till doomaday'for the passing bf yarnia ¡theoretical project .that ^pretends be perfection., The great-object in any land, bill is to -give'.every. ' facility for tlte acquisition of<-suitable land by Aona^rfi cidtivators, >yithout at the same ".time causing any 'umieccssary disturb- ance to thc pastoral interest. To pre- vent thç'alieuafip'n of, thc land in small freeholds is tb obstruct thc natural pro gress.of.the colony ; whi...

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SELECT POETRY. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

;'ÁUStBÍLÍA. - . j ,''Xnndof:bcnttty|Iofft!"atid"liglit,'.' ,-. lil : 'Land of futwo potfór ahd'taight, - ' * ' Boldly how assertthcir. right, . i V;' T " -' 'r Australia' .;;>' j Bid thy children guard theo wçll, " j Moko their hcortB with prido to iwoll; As of'tlfotfgr'eat deeds (lioy tell," ; ' i ' i V i ¡"» / V. I /.'/'i IH 'Í1 K;'lBi»Tp'A!ttfo*fe !.- il \ . .lot thy focman dato appronoh,!,:, , (,'f Lot thom ;pn thy righta cntrpaoh, ' - , J"S"bno!slinll,liniTii:theo,rhorio'Hiproncli,: 1 '.i,:.OjitlAustvalinl .. * Maidona scck your sunny, bovvers, Laurelsbring, nnd twinpye.flowcrs, , I OJmplpti Jor/tjiis BhriiioipfiBrsi'i!': ' ' J *Bright Australia I , ,ProTÍdoncoour.coimtry;blc38r, Guard her iii lier loveliness,;',''', . ' 'Miiko lipr fcnra gi'ow'ilaily less : ' ; ;jf ur Vlf;'!': t'.Ú'l ,/&Id Australia I ?. . ".'."If^nV.oii bless burybluntcers, - 3u"oUicw,'wcepyojoyousWorsj' -'' «»roU>*' Brighter,'than all bright compccrs. ? , ' ' . . ' ??'r-:' JíShin^,Auatralift'1...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAVTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

»IPARIUßES ANDIAttRIVALa Oï ïnii ' - . ' , ; ''..MAILS.. ;. . , , Ts Calino,. &o.,L 'l'uo«dsy,: at 7 A.M. To CJuièiisUmli vi» CWuo/JL'ueiday, ai 1 A.M. To Armidale, ,\V»dii»id*Tvat Ö júit., , ,:,.< To-Tubijlahi, Sunday, at 8.A.M. . , U'o Syditbv;'bf!8tëanwr;' Wtidiisiday morning. ... ¡-kuiurALS AX a-tArioK. ; . Srom'Cmiuó, <fca.',L Saturday, át fl r.u. ïrom Qiinahnliud, via CAMBO, Saturday, at 8 *.H. Prora ~Arpiida.1i>, Monday, st 6 J.M..-R, . ïrom Tabulam', Saturday, at S P.M. ïrom Sydney, by tteamsr, Saturday aítemoo,,

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REMINISCENCES OF A GOLDDIGGER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

REMlliÎSÔENCES OF A GÖLDf- I '" fox thTgöldrfieläs,some few years ago, ! ;\:W-tlip8e^ajtowed..now, in consequence of. 1 .fflie richness rpf ;the, ground, scarcely a -un >day!p^óss£d>but there were sevçral uis . fc:^,rJjttte8,-¡jip(l. t^c commissioner; was: súm , LS;. Jnonedlto decide them, for at that: time --'.¡,,<jliw;;!i^5Í8Ípn. pas final, their being no ¡ j , t local court» or mining boards as there ' J' - is átthepresent time. At.the appear- ance of the' commissioner, always on. horseback with one.pi" the mounted po- lice as Orderly, it was a signal for a rush ;.')? -of diggers to the claim in dispute, to, 0 fcear-the-pros iartd corisjland^pass re-, tí ¡marks. bh¡ thc decision of the;commis ' ñ sioner. ', » Towards noon', one day, the cry £];; .;<)£ yiJoe'tfi pasaed 'ambng'the'leiidjl was working on^-f for at the sight of a single - policeman it ivp always thought there. U «aáj^'bc-a'íí'aíggcr -hunt,?' ithiit is, a :, :{¡ search;for licenses,- "and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

, -, ./ -? .-. I- ??;! ,-', WANTED, at tue Commercial Hotel; ',; : . North Grafton, n [SMART : ACTIVE ¡LAD ; ' one ¿accustomed ito' /Horses preferred. ? Apply this week to tile undersigned. ¡ ??. i i ' y i ¡ H. P.COIfES. . ;;. BOARD ahdbESIDENÍE;|rcquii-éd by .'a gcntlcman,í in a . private family. Address P 50, ;Póst .Office." ~~~ '?, ? pro LET, i'.j. ;:; ^ 'í COTTAGE near /Colliei, Wharf "; containing 6 rooms, Svith Garden wcll/stbcltcd, with Fruit tr¿cs httoehcd '; there ;ia an excellent well of water on thc premises. Apply,to Í . |. J: ; i F. & A; VINDIN, ' Auctioneers and Agcots, -Prince-street. --, -;-'Sy --j . ! ' "08 ' GRAFTON IMPROVEMENT AS : ; f socr^TioN. , _ SlttYW.-T.- DBNIS0NÍ? Govcrnor-in ; .. rGhief of Australia, having.issued a ! Proclamation calling upbn.thcfmhftbi ; tarifs to-volunteer- in defence oT ' their common country, the members'of the .'above association and; the i- -public generally .' are . invited to ' meet T0 . MORRÖW EVENING, Wednesday, Sept. i...

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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. For the Clarence River District. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

ANDERSON/ CAMPBELL, Sc CO/S . , PRODUCE CIRCULAR. ; 'For the Clarence River Dislrict. \ I TnE arrivals' during tho past' week havo boon, -heavy' and business lins boon rathor flat. WHEAT and! PLO UR,-tho Harkot remains unolumgcd. Wo havo.disposed of 1200 . buahcls A'delaido at n'littlo'ovor 9s.j and wo purchased yesterday, ton-thousand bushels Californian afc 6s. 3d. Wo havo not disposed of- much Flour because wc aro holding on for higher rates: MATZO, owing to excessive arrivals, ha's .had another fall, 'considerable'quantities have boen sold at 2s. Gd. Wo disposed of about 800 bags of thc Urara's . cargo at 2». Id. j ".800 ? bags . at1 2s. 8d. and somo small, quantities at a'little, higher. £3 per'ton ii' about tho. geriorál for; LUCERNE HAY. POTATOES havo declined slightly, £10 can .bo .obtained for prime,' and about £0 for ordinary. 'BRAN in'demand., WOLLONGONG BUTTER ia dull of anio... ' . Bacon-Hid. to 8d. porlb, ; Eggs-1«.' 3d. per dozen .*> ' ' ? . . Barloy, English-3s. 6...

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. Grafton, Sept. 10,1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

COMMERCIAL DEPORT.' r Grafton, Sept. 10.1860. Flour-£28 to £30 per ton. Hay, luceme-None ' ... ; .Hay, oaten-7«. ,to.8s.,G.cl. cwt... . . Potatoes-Gs. to 7s. per cwt. . '.' Onions-1Ü8. to 11s. per cwt, ' "Whcat-^; 3d. to 9i. per'bushel. . Maize-2s. 3d to 2s. Od. . ( . ? Bran-2s. Od. dp. ; ?. , Barley-Gs. to 7s. do. ' Butteras, to 2s Cd por lb. - ' ; Chucso-8d. to lOd. do. , ' .' '. i ; ; Bacon-Od; tolOd.do. ' *.;.'..;.... Pigs; alivo-dd.' por lb. ?Fowls-2s. Od per pair' . ' . ' ' ' JDuoks-Hte. to 5s do. ?. TurkeysT-flOs.-to 11s. eapU . . 'Cairos-IBs. to 30a. oaolv

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SECOND AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION RACE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

SECOND AUSTRALIAN CHAM. , riON RACE DAY. TriÈYollowint; is the result of the races pn.the 1st of Saplèmber > FinsT RACE!-Thc Spring Sweepstakes, ' of 3 sovs. each with"75 sovs. added, '; for all. horses M.P.C. 1}' mile ; j weight for age j winners at starting of, , 50 sovereigns .8 RIB. extra, 75 . sovs. ,] j 5 Iba. extra; second horse to receive j 15 sovereigns from the prize. En ; trance'.?2 15a. ; ', Mr. Ivory's dun. Flying Doc, 4yrs., 8 st. 1 lb. :.(Driieoll)' 1 j J. Single's o.g. Bon Dolt, aged 9 st, 1 lbs. J..;"...;..:...,..;...'....(Holmes) 2 '? W. W. R. Blackman's ch.g. True Blue, aged, .;.;.... .;...;..? st; 2 lbs. (Riley). 8 J.'Mosos' b.g. Wondor 'aged, Ost. 2 lbs. Ot. Duppu's cli.g. Phoebe, agsd, 0 it, 7 lbs. ....;."...;...J......";";......"."..(dr,) J. Qmu' b.g. Shnmrook, aged 9 et, 7 lbs. Jolw Dickson's b.g. Harkaway, aged'0 'st. 2 .J,.lbs. (ds) Betting : 3 to 1 against Shamrock, ; / 4 to 1 against Ben Bolt, 4 to 1 each . ' against Flying Doe and- True Blue. At the f...

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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, Aug. 30, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

I COLONIAL" SUMMARY.' ; ' ¡.i [»'Hon oua OWN connus PODEN T.] ' ? ~ Sydney, Aug. 80, 1860. ^ I I HAVE culled a few items bf intelli- gence which j'transpired' since the de- parture of the. Urara, for your readers' information; the most important,'and. perhaps the most' serious; is the riot which . took place ht ' Melbourne, on Tuesday evening last, in front of the Legislative Chambers. . There has been an interregnum of, aböiit, twenty days in Victorian Legislation) brought about in consequence of the stand the Upper. House have made against thc Land Bill of the Nicholson Cubinet. The ' chef of every political coterie has had .a j trial of forming a Ministry-or, rather, to use a Parliamentary phrase, f' had ! been sent for,"-r-but in vain.. Thc in- cipient rebellion'of which We heard by thc electric wire, yesterday^ might per. Imps precipitate mutters, nud drive th ,' . ' '"?'.'' . ' ' "e Victorian House of Lords to swallow the ' noxious, draught of ' " Free selec- tion/' and the ""...

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SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

SNOWY RIVER. THE 'following letter has been banded to us for publication : Snowy River, Sept. 5th, 1860. I My Dear James,-r Your Father is come back from the idjgginsi and done no good; he was '¡up there three months. What money he had -with him run out ; he tried all over them aud got no gold ; thc snow was from 3 to 5 feet deep, and freezing j day and night. There \verc hundreds starving, and would be glad to get away ; : in fact they arc a Port Curtis diggins. I The roads from thc diggins to Sydney arc lined with men, begging for food". I never saw such misery in my life ' before. Ile tried to get a job at sawing, but he had no saw ; they were asking £5 for one, and lié could not get one tOT18e.'. ' ; Sydney is in à fearful state,. there is rio work to be had.' - , -, , , ; As the diggings lie now it is very bad, for they are worked out j but' m thc Summer they are iii hopes of finding a better diggins, about 30 miles over the plains; but they cannot< get there for the...

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RICHMOND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

RICHMOND RACES.,, . THESE races commenced on, the 30th ultimo. Wc have received the follow- ing -correct account. ?. *; -Fir3t Race: Maiden Plate, 60 sova.-; mile and á half, event;' Mr. D. Cowan's br. g. Infidel .S,.. 1 Mr. M'Kellar's b. g. Hotspur ..... 2 Mr. Spark's b. g. Rusty!.;. '.... 0 . Second Race : Squatters' Purse, 30 sovs. ; 3 miles; one event. . - ¡Mr. D. Campbell's g. ff. , Elfin : Knight 1 ¡Mr. Gregory's ch. g. ' Paddy-go ] Easy ..... 2 ! ""Third Race: Hack race, 25 sovs. Mr. M'Ksllar's b. g. Sebastopol , ;; lt' Mr.- Gregory's ch. g. .Paddy-go-'tíasy: 2. Mr. Bundock's r. g. Dash .>.;.. 3 Fourth Race: Trial'Stakes,' 20 sovs. . thrcer-quartera of a ràde, onc cvemV - Mr. M'Kcllar^ bWfiily.. ^'.^lt Mr.' M'Córmaek's bay .filly. . Ï... ;2 ; ! Fifth Race : Stockmen's" Purse,. 5 < savs. ii, ;T::.: Mr.Duffy's ch. g. Euclid , ...-. 1 -Air. Jordan?» br.'h. Wait-awhile 2 1 SECOND BAY. ff' Richmond River Plate, 50 sova. j 2 mile event. ' \¿. . ; ; , :?{ Mr. D. Cowan'...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIOT IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, Wednesday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 September 1860

RIOT IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, Wednesday, 9 n.m. .A IEMOÜS riot look placo lust evening in th Parliamentary reserve, on adjournment of th Jfouso at half-post ail for dinner-hour.. . ^Wilson Grey niurolicd at the head of thc ex- cited rapb .outside th^ tliem to seize their rights, and worked them into a frenzied state. ' ' -;On Grey's leaving, tho mob followed Mm to tito House, and commenced breaking down the temporary wooden entrance and windows.; crush- ing of materials .and glass was plainly heard inside.' Tho police, few in number,' behaved admirably, under a galling attack, which wounded inspector» Branigan and Weldon, and several constables. Several members urged that the* Ildute should adjourn, as tho police were being maltreated. Th» Speaker said tho House were' engaged in a solemn duty, and no tumult should ; înduco them to abandon their places until forced 4from tho floor by tho misguided peoplo. ' " .' ' Tho House for noarly an hour was much 'ox cried¡ mcmbors going in and ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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