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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our columns are open to all writers who [?] from the use of [?] language o[?] personalities, but we are not responsible for [?] expressed. To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examier. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

OBIGIM C0BBE8P0NDEN3E..V Ow OD'HHIIII arr np n- to'ati. wi Hort' «*/(;) , trfrav> . . fmm iho wt of ivulmt l nguage or:peimt\ali.¡ Hé»)- but ir« rue Hut, respniuble fur. tpti(wns< 'tip>esatd. . . v /?¿V:'í&'''ii4-Íi:viv;í, To the Editor of ??? tho -.Clarence and* Richmond Examiner.,: . .v\ t Stu,-Jo answer lo fi; letter which appeared. in(' your, Hst iMue.JVom my JViçnd Riobard Pnyiie, I bcgto. Btato thibfc I did riot meet him, but tl'iàt hè> .esme ti) ino while I ,was lying in bed. ut'.Ur; Jones', Eoyol Hotel ¡ on which occasion hc/tpld,; mo the Council .would willingly defray mv^ói-j ila then* told mo ho woiildj raiae»a subscription', for.meif l liked, but I rejeotcd his outr, ¡.¿udi said they .'(tko Council) ought-Jo pay j he jhen /suggested thati could .possibly obtain my'ox-J .pensea by. an.aotion at law,-which, if I ..obtained'. OiYerdipt, they ivo^ld bo hapjiy". to pay, us .theyi Would then .bo exonera ted * from a tyy 'Habib ty ;, 'aiid'as tho Coj...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

- 3 FÍlIDAY,'ÓcT0BEIt49. ;-v¡^M^roii8TBR¿inoy^tbat----'tbo-'-3ttla-. .ries -of future Governors-General bc ¿25000 ; ? "tjicí.salaries'.,ofTMinisters off equal'amount, not: Weeding £}500, ?to be votaxl'annually. .v'Ministers' were possesáe'd'pccvlliár' illili «'ôv ^taleiît; tfqç their ofjSeesj; bjji'ííio^íiccp lin t ¡ -"of V t ne i t-1 pOhticM pósitiÓnr"í'f here \vas Oneces-- i sityj-'as.' iiv the . case of other: public ? oificcrs,' to offer thc Jiighcsfc unir-Uet prices foiv their, service's.1 '.The ; present' 'Miniaters'had-isupportcd bis proposé' lion on a former' occasion/ WJiy bad they:not:càmed.it;into effect; '?. ' : 'Mi\ lló]iB«TSON7;th()Uí5bt;£fj00O¡\vas cnougli. for.:tile.sabry ofiGovernor..; -but otbers migKf^iiót < think sr¿ The public expendikurçbudibecii, gradually :r«luced,;and:Wa3í!'ijow> merty, by h,í Jeasi ,?lrpcr vlieudv:o£;;'the .wfiijle^ptípulation^.á^Ie.-^a^Juv/ífiÍTOur df<equal salaries bf jßlSÜO^br^Ministcrs though bethought the count...

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND. (Before Messrs. Lardner and Porter.) Moreton v. Carroll, jun. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

' POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND. , (Before Messrs. Lardner and Porter.) Moreton v..Carroll, jun. I James Moreton, being duly, sworn, deposed that he was a stockman at Southgate ; that on thc 23rd August last he hud missed from a hut nt Stoney station property consisting of thc fol- lowing articles, viz. :?-1 saddle, 2 hoes, 2 spades, 1 scythe, and 1 leg-rope j he had seen them all right some seen or, eight days previous, and, from cir- cumstances; suspected thc prisoner and followed him, and found him camped ju charge of .two drays, some, eight or nine miks ÚQWÚ% Btatíva¿ be identi-. !. . fled some of Iiis property on the dray, and asked thc prisoner why he had taken them j he denied having done so. As there was no evidence to prove the charge the Bench found him guilty of receiving stolen property, and sentenced him to pay a fine of £}, or IO'days' imprisonment. The following minor cases were dis- posed of :-Regina v. Davies, Jacobs v, Mullins. Thc Bench adjourned until Monday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

' j' NOTICE. iürcto Soap-works and ' Steam Saw Mills. * , . '. (G. A.. KIRCHNER, LESSEE.) A'J -^..)l^^:'«ecx>uaf8rdae to the 30th Jun<> v :-T>. ; lusty iinlcsB paid forthwith will be . placed" into the hands of a Solicitor for recovery. ' ? ,,utV * JOHN a. STROKARCK> ' . : J,C0 t Manager. i " -, Í < {DARTIES indebted to the undersigned ....?.-.^/>.'wUl particularly obligcrby settling ^-their.accounts at an carly elate, .as he is desirous of bringing his business to an . early.;. close, prior to removing, to the . Northern Districts. SV . ' .^The. Stock will be sold off? accost . 'price;.for cash only. ..vNo.more*credit «ill be given. . ' \ , THOMAS SHOVELLER. . -¿4? -_' )ltHÈ' Grafton and Tenterfield, New -Road Trust invite TENDERS for thc erection of BRIDGES over White '?;&tftätoGt&k> Gordon Brook, Deep Greek, ?' ^ni'Dcadman Creek. V'' :. - fenders to be sent in under cover to thc Trastees, to be left with Mr. James IJage, on ...

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SELECT POETRY. AUTUMN PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

'.'.The;melancholy (lays have come, *.- iThojaddesfcof.thoyear," . ;.' When notes oro duo, and'lengthy billi :?...! Como m from far and.near ; - .? Whçn I? Hero's a amalt account of youw," í I» whispered in your car, yAndr'.'.Won't you please-'to settle now," iyts all tho talk you hear, ,- :-íou scarce can tate a ihormng wallf, . . . Without ero long you're mot, . By Mr. Snook*,- who wants to' know : .! If you. can't " settle" yet; : And at tho hour of "dusky eve,"' ' . When you do homeward hie, Upon the parlour table, lol ... Apilo of bills do lie. ?'YB!ohap3,:whoso salary amounts çdJo ton.timos ten a-ycar, .-.» . -.-». T^lw sport your patent leather booti. -:. ".With such a'"foreign'air," ? -And wear Your thirteen dollar tights," . ? «('And golden buttoned vest, . Wonder not when Autumn comes . - -Tbu sock in vain for rest . , ^.?¿.jéjfigMs, with empty bonnets stuolc . .V. !-^ Opon your'empty heads, ^ . ., . A* With hlgh-pricod silks" and'satin thing», ..With hoops, andllowers, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

, mm OF mom. f' E6SIU. LEIGHTON AND I STIiCJjEr have much 'pleasure I ! in announcing to their 'customers and] thu pub]ic.gei.eraUv, t!*iit they liare re-1 I inoyiid to 'thoir. nciv .ami. . commodious' i pnynises, ni Prince street, nearly oppo Î 3|ti!.ihejCommercial Hotel, and nv con- sequence^ having inc-vased -faciliticB d of cariymg ou the ^j¡S emm m mo\m\l 1 mm, ÄI1 they are enabled to in.ikn r'^'^'H; able -.eduction m the * Cedar »fi nlwnys on ,, ['< \ \\ '.>' ,' mond and Nym^Vt A. fuáy$m¿ Jouable thenx to irC ' Vj""*»^ that iH guarejiteik) ' ' ' sl> "V * TfiU ANTED, ti respectable pees on as "* Cook and Laundress;, Apply MUS. HITCHINS, lljik'a .Cottage. ~ .ff WO POUNDS REWARD, for the :,-Ti.'.'-v.namc of til« vogue who rode'a bay horse, 'branded II* on near shoulder, from 'the. Timbarra run to Tooloom. Also, Five Pounds for recovery of a chesnut horse with white face, branded JN on near shoulder j, and a like sun; ?for m grey filly, with -'M; under saddle ; sp...

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THE CLARENCE RIVER GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

THE CLARENCE RIVER GOLD- FIELDS.           THE late Escort returns from Tooloom, Pretty Gully, Timbarra, and the other Gold-fields on the head waters of the Clarence, conclusively attest to the pro- ductiveness of our auriferous land, for it should be remembered that the men employed scarcely number two hundred. The glowing prophecies of the Sydney papers, respecting the enormous yield of gold which would be certain to be rea- lized when grim winter disappeared from the boasted Kiandra, or Snowy River diggings, induced hundreds, to join in the struggle for the golden spoil. They, with thousands from all parts of Australía, have cause sufficient to curse the writers in the Herald and Empire, for their money has been wasted in a fruitless chase after a delusion and sham, and they are left, in many in- stances, without the means of return- ing to their old quarters. The miners who started from the Clarence were no skulker...

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DENILIQUIN STOCK REPORT. Deniliquin, 10th October, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

n-.*-f ' Deniliquin," 10th'October/1800.T . ...iïlîew ¡3 nu material »clmngo^to nötö lincho, i market tor ICtora' Stock".1 - Tho' douiaucLcDntiiiue« ? < good-; anti tho nMivala'ofrfrcilv'.lots.!aro not at .'< f prescrit, in MIÍOÍS of.^it; >Dqrpin's Cows, about 9Ö0 (head,. hovp arrived, and bavo been-. Bold- . . Ito Messrs. Castella and"Anderson afr !3V twelve, , tnontiu, ídolivoraqlo nt'-'Murray .To-wns.v: Two' . - olhorjota of DnrginV -also'f Gows, aro near at . hand , but these aro brongtifcto order1. ivA.sinall -, »lotiof mixed.Cattle;. 450..1lçad; M'ilrcwor'a/'are^ ; «tl(iCoiiargo¡ -aiid- OuininingsV LiilIooks,.:: 1000 « . head»:-, illaro.- bjciHuaold ¡toi -Mr,- Jt'G-regor.^t ? ß- . - i .< ' jr .-?< 1 I v »Tho following lots of Cittlja-liavc orossod' dur liing, : tho week ; :-7tli October, .1 30 '. hradpfat ir Hood's."" , 8 th : October, 800 hone, Westby's, from tho Laohlan, aauporioriot 9th/October,'280 head, 230 head, fat, Clork's...

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CROWN LANDS' SA [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

i CHOWN LANDS' SALI. I A SALE of land in tho parish of , Soutli-J ajmfjton, 'County- of Clarence/was Kelci in the Court House, Grafton,-un .the 26th ult; as well as landan theparish of Great Marlow and town of Grafton. I 48 lots were put up, of which 17 were sold at the following prices : 43a., W. Scott, £73 3 0 ? 27a., A. Cameron, 117 9 0 79a, J. Boorman,260 14 0 62a., Ditto, 213 18 0 ; .v _ . Ola. 3r. Ditto, 6/ 19 9 .'10a. lr. N. Cowan 25 12 ' 6 . ?9a. 2r. Ditto 23 lé: 0 , 12a., J. F. Wilcox, 3Ó " ;0 O J . : . 12a., Ditto, : 56 4v 0 - 12a., Ditto, 48 12 ' 0 ' , 2a. 2r, D.Stewart 25 -0 -.0 \ ; ,211.21-., Ditto, 25 5 -'0 Irl Gp II. Cuthbert 40 0 ' 0.'.\%', M7pR.C Church 36 0 Ö 2rl6pJ. disher 1% 0 0 , 2rl6p Ditto 12 0 0, \ ' 2rl6p Ditto 32 0 0 AN Aviary having been established in the Botanic Gardens, in Sydney, and it -being desirable .that additions of such wild birds of the couutry as-can be pro- cured should be made to the collection, the Government request that the public will ki...

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CHARM[?] BROWN'S VICTORIA WEEKLY STOCK CIRCULAR. 33, Bourke-street West, Melbourne, Oct. 13, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

CIIAftírRS iMirvVN'sT VICTO lt IA WEEltLY STOCK CHIC ULAH. 1 . i 33,* Bourke-stwet 'Wost, 'i, , Jlelbouruo, Out 11,18fi0. .TKB Supply, of Fat. Cattle this .'Week 1ms been 'butmoderate, v 'ilia quality .was ,very ??? prune. ¿TÍie'HípiVnriV tendency m -prices coutmuoa, and 'is expectiJd to.be. muiatubied next w oe*,., .lhui number. of.Cattl-.* coming loi-ward .does- nat apr ?pear, to be very large. ? 'ino--top-pneej quoted ?worov: for. remarkably superior heavy weight! Cattle. No uuprowmrmtin Fat;Sl.e*p. ... Pnces.' very,low... .... < villus has- been n dull week iii i^toro Stock. Thara w » fair demand ; and os the market is_yot, 'at'pre*cnt overstocked, Í'.think we may ..shortly:. ? to obtain-', butter prices .-.than have, rjilid< lately. ? . . ? -. .? M A ll K ET REPORT. , i -Fat- Cattle.-970 head .oí" good and primo quality, wore disposed of tliu week. .The un-1 provemcnt m prices noticed in my lust continues ; .and as a short supply is exp. éted for next week...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1860. LATEST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

i-a .-"fittefe 'inti gicjinoiti 'TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1860." < LATEST" SYDNEY. . 'TELEGRAM i» MaitlanH Eîïsign,; "Sydney, ^Tuesday, 80th Oct., 5.10 p.m.-A.Wgc meeting, in favour of . ...free selection of land before, survey, at ? :tlie Tempérance -Hall, last evening, .which resulted in a petition being « adopted, praying the Governor-General ? -Xo dissolve thc Hpuse; A similar de : tmonstration is to.be btíld.in Hyde Park . :this evening, to learn ¡his. Excellency's ?reply, At the meeting of Members i,C»d at the Colonial Secretary's office, yesterday, it was advised that the , ¡Ministry should either resign' or. dis " solve," ahU toJídppt""thé^'laTter course, . they purpose asking for a vote-of csedit . . for six months. All sorts of rumours ,are afloat with respect to Cowper's views ' - «of the- Bill, and the course taken by.his . . '(Coîliiiigiics.- A coalition is hinted at. . .Oharles.-Cüwpcr, ¡un., Esq., is a candi (date forthè Tiimut, but w ith intention ' "-only of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

£10 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYED, from Alumy Creek- Four Working Bullocks, branded WC near -shoulder; HG off sideTuuip. . . ?.- ' j í -/fhc above reward will he given, if . stolen, on conviction of the thief or. >tlaeves.; .;and -£2 (two pounds) if ittrayed/QU'.ilclivery to :. -;>' '.' V^WII&FAM COLE, ???. Alumy Creek. ^Grafton,. Nov. 5. 189 ËR. FISHER has received instruc- tions to sell by public auction, on .THURSDAY, Sth November, at Mr. Míorth'sj : opposite Mr. Walker's public house, Thc- Stock-in-Trade_ of a Wheel wright. ? ; Without reserve. . Terms, cash. I - Sale at l l o'clook sharp. 188 Choies House and Ground, ' . IN'TIIE iCENTRE OF NORTH GRAF yr, ', , TON. J5.¿ , - i MR. THOMAS FISHER has been favoured' with instructions from -.Mr. HENRY PARSONS, to sell by .? .Public'Auction, on ? ' ! . MONDAY, November 12, ? M ;'\\< -AT-.THE . ? . - V ' ' 'COMMERCIAL HOTEL, .Prince-street,'at ll o'clock, - LOT JIG, of. Section 20, situated in .Mary-street, on whic...

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To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

ITo tifie . Editor of -Ms Glatrticah,nd:lltchmunu Sm.^islinll feel.obliged if.yoù will' infoiin jmo, feeing a member of tho School of vl'rts, whether I «in not entitled to admission aiiy iiighfc timi it ia 'open foi' concerts, bttlls. àe.: . 1 am well aware1 tlmtsüéh ia- tho caso.with other'institutions pf 'tile enino 'nature in otJier parts of the colony. Tho reason. I wiall, to ascertain thia faot is iii con Bfiquijuco of n bull haring .been hold .tijera lust 'Monday, and, upon-my - making Replication for admission, waa politely informed.tlint.tho pjib lienna-wcre cscluded from tho «/(<.', pompony ex- pected to bo present. Now, I happen to bu ono pf that clans ¡ and'ns folks « ill liavo n einnor und fi.Tenilür of poisons, still, at.tho same tillie,.illo, : 'uot.seo why the publicans nre,,iu;the oy da oifc tho ' committee of fhat-lmll, Biieh a gross monstrosity ¡ ami before tho storekeepers or dork nt. tho batik ' should make such an observation, lot each of. thom rememb...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

' < TUESDAY, OCTOBER! 22.'.. . Iii answer to Mr." FAWETT,. thc Bame Minister said Mr. FULFORM., j lately imprisoned' at Maitland for an assault, had been discharged before thc expiration of his sentence in conse- quence of a recommendation from ¡thc Maitland Hench, and a medical cer- tificate tlut his state of health would reuder .it dangerous for ?.him to_rcman. in confinement. On thc motion of Mr. PARKES, thc Clarence and.Richmond Rivers Steam Navigation Company's Bill was re- ferred, to a select committee.. On the motion.of Mr. ROBERTSON; thc House went into committee on thc Crown Fluids Alienation Bill. Thu 7th?clause, providing fwViimtcd sales in consideration of improvements, was debated ut considerable length, anti passed with verbal amendment. ?The 8th clause, giving 'the Guveru ment power to reclaim laud from 'thc Waters of harbours and rivers below high .water,mat'k, Was expunged,'-with .out division. .?'..?? i ; :, The Otb clause, empowering tin iGoyermpent to;...

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RICHMOND RIVER. CASINO. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

RI G H Bi 0 M D R I V E Bi ^ CASINO, [FROM OUR-OWy CORRESPONDENT.] " ' . October 12. ÄAMBjBTlNiiA^as Ticltl ih the Court Housed at Casing, on,Monday, the 8th October,-to'determine as to the . désira bility of petitioning :Goyernment that » punt be'estiibiished ii) lieu of'a bridge, and that the money aheady voted in ! the estimates for 18GÖ, for ii bridge, . shouldj.be, appropriated for the above ,p'urpps,e,,'jThe.. meeting was well atv rten'aedv ' " '" ", ? .Oiï 'tlie motion of Mr. M'Kellar, seconded by Dr^ Barker, Henry Gar- rard, Esq., P.M., was called to the chair. ' Both Mr. Stwks and Mr. Carlill spoke in favour of a bridge instead of a punt. Mr. Grime, «Iso, saw no use of a punt. Mr." M'Kvllur thought a bridge the only ihiug, but it would take some time to get it. 1 He (Mr. M'K.) suggested that the grant for the bridge, being altogether inadéquate,' should be left alone in the meantime, .and", that ; we sboijld ask for more j and at pre- sent have a flat-hottoined public ferry...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VP"E have Atltrlaida jounmls to tlio 18th instant.;' Jiu, STVAHT.-Tue following is : ftlr, Stuart'* : account of hw Into exploration os given in «letter to Mr. Chumbera : : ..,'.?- v i . As Mr, Goyder iä despatching a mail for town, I embroco tho opportunity of writing -to inform you tlint I arrived boro on tho 1st instant after a fearfui journey, in o very exhausted etat«. I am sorry to eny that I liuvo bean unable to make thonorth-ivest coait. Thc difficulties have been moro than I was able to overcome. After . milking tho centre, I was oSfiailud by that dread- ful disease, tho «cui-yy, vfliiqh completely pros- trate rae and rendered mo quito helpless. Still I persevered, and endeavoured to reach:tho moutli of the Victoria Uiver ou a north-west comrie, but WBs obliged to relinquish tho attonipt three seperato.times through tho want of water. The country in which I got tho first course was an immense plain of red light Boil, covqr< d, with no-, thing but...

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UNUMGAR, RICHMOND RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

UNUMOABJ J KlCHMOND^'RlVEB. Some yearB since; several) pexsonsí .tra- velling .= from, this' ,8tatioh'v;<lo\vn ;tlie. j Richmond, towardsi Casino,' ^ap- peared mysteriously! ' -The; iastj case j occuiu'ed iabput£.'6ixi:yça'rs'r.agO' to..aui-| elderly nian.*'who fai^oQ vbfs*w]ny: frbnv! 'Unumg^r;''V.;.-A\8tockman:ii!Oi]ít--t]ie'«ta tion which he had lcft:;cnUed¡at, Unum- gar a few days after, and asked if he . had arrived. He never:did so;-.- and no traces were ever after heard of him. Mr. Glennie^the proprietor bf Unum- gar, has now given :us-aome; ivtfonua tion, which, will tend?'?to'-rthvo,\Y->8onie light on the mystery.'About" two" months ugo, a bluoksniitu in the em- ployment was shown.by<a black . boy. a cave on ¡ the face of: a perpendicular., rock, situated. aljoüt ? fifty ya rds ima the road'-.-to . Casino, jantb-'iibout eight feet above the» surface ,<of-rthe ground;; On examination! .there? were ? found por- tions oí 20-.to;30 vskeleto):...

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SELECTION OF COLONIAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

SELECTION OF. COLONIAL ITEMS. ., ,. . THE French government have just increased tlieir establishment ' nt New Caledonia, by the addition of seven sail,: principally' steam frigates, carrying about 210 guns, dud conveying thither six strong companies of artillery,.' making a total of 1000 men, besides the crews of the various vessels. ' It is stated that works of an' important , and. extensive nature are about to be carried out there. ' |; Mr. Felix Ashworth, late one of'the proprietors of the Border Post, was, drowned in thc.Billibong Creek., on the 27th ult. ' ' - DEATH THROUGH A FALL FROM A DRAY.-An inquest was held before the coroner, on Friday, at Stanhope, on the body of ^Michael Hanley, aged about thirty-five years. It appeared from the evidence that the deceased, who had been at Black Creek and was not perfectly sober, was on his' way home- wards on Thursday, lying stretched out on his bullock dray. He was   travelling in company with some neigh- bours, who had a...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, October 18. (Fromthe S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.               Thursday, October 18.                       (from the S. M. Herald) Mr. aweekes adesired to take this   opportunity to explain the financial prospect of a receding revenue had oc- casioned some alarm, he was glad to say an improvement had taken place. The ordinary revenue would leave a deficit on the year, but he proposed to     meet this by taking various past votes extending over six or seven years, and     not now required, a number of unap- propriated remnants amounting to a total of £177,025 6s. 11d. This < ?would''give a^balance-at the end of the «*á ?cyearbf."íí2903 2s. 3d.' -He startedl . >with a'; balance, at ' the beginhing of ¿is...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

BTE#WI TO SYDNEY. I "fJIKE'well..Ifnotm Steamboat URARA, , ? >Will be dispatched for . SYDNEY, from ?: .Grafton, ON WEDSE3QAY, November 14th, ? 'taking¡neargo at-thewious1 wharves.. !.' :ùFàefdl paxtiea\mto toIreiguVi»., apply to . >th».C*pUui, on board. ? ?. ? .: , " 3,. 'i? ., i ifv" .-: -? ?. ..,.¿;;..ífly ^^usljtaUan Joint Stoclc Bank» * nûOÎtÇïi'isr hereby gwen, that interest 77 J.T : u allowed by thia Branch-ón fixed ! deposite, namely:- . On deposits for 12 months, 4:per; >. tçent per annum ?; ? ;; - : On deposits for 6 months, 3 per cent . ^eraflnutn..-',, .. !.. On deposits forS^montba, 2 percent .:'per annum, . . . ' .F ' BANK - Post BILLS with interest. .' < «dded at these rates respectively are uiBsued payable to^order; « ? . . . ? - f ^ HSî*j|Yt!UÏHBEltT, £¡-'. 'ul ... ...-?/^ ???.Í] Manager,; Grafton, 22nd QctlnSßO. 162 , -* NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the Estate, of the late JOHN MEANLEY, of Casino, are hereby informed that, unless their accoun...

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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