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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. THE arrivals of articles of produce have been many and large during thc past week. Another decline has taken place in Maize, owing to the large quantities arriving, and there not being much de- mand for it in the neighbouring colo- nies. Wheat and Flour-arc. stationary, j Country Hour moves off slowly at £20 I to £22. Bran is not in such good de- mand as it waa. Pollard anti Sharps are rather heavy of sale. Lucerne Hay will sell at .£3," if good. Wattle Bark dull, at £'A to M. Uncoil-Td. to 8d. per lb. Hnrlry, Knglish-3.1. Ucl. to 3s. Cd. per bushel Brim-1«, 2d. to ls. 3d. per bushel Bultrr-Od. to If. per lb. Cnlvi-s-?r.«. to 2Gs. Flour, iineit Colonial-£24 per ton, nominal D.'.k-, fi.ia Adelaide-£2t Ditto, fino country-£20 to £22 Dido, lía-salí-Hil. to 18s. per barrei Hay, Lucerne-£3 per lon Ditto, Ont en-JCS to £i Hide», hrarv-10i. to 13s. each Xtniie- 2.. Vd. to 2s. 8d. per bush«! Onions-IO. to 18s. per cwt. Potatoes-£-1 to ¡f...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
A FORTUNE PICKED UP ON THE HIGH SEAS.-The master and crew of the barque Sea Serpent have made a most important salvage, near Bird Island. It appears that about four o'clock on Thursday last they observed a full-rigged ship drifting . witlwut control, and on boarding frmnd her. to bc the Ulysses, and that she had .been abandoned. The captain of the Sci Serpent, leaving part of' his crew in charge, proceeded to the Bird Islands, where he engaged sufficient hands to work thc abandoned ship, at £20 each; and having made his arrangements sailed for Algoa Bay, which he reached the following day, bringing thc Ulysses safely into port. She is a fine ship of 934 tons, built at Dungarton, 1854, classed at Lloyds Al for nine years, belongs to Crawford of Greenock, and was on her voyage from Bombay to London. Her cargo is chiefly cotton and Indian produce, valued nt from £70,000 to £80,000. When boarded, she had five feet of water in the hold. On her quarter was written in large letters, in cha...
A Complete Guide io the Planting of Cotton in North Australia, for all places withim reach of the sea breeze, dictated by the experience of Henry James Sloman, Cotton Planter, of North Australia. CULTIVATION or Six ACRES BY HAND LABOUR— ONE MAN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
A Complete Guide io the Planting of Cotton in North Australia, for all places withim reach of the sea breeze, dictated by the experience of Henry James Sloman, Cotton Planter, of North Australia. CULTIVATION or Six ACHES ny HAND LABOUR-ONE MAN'S WORK. Fii'st cut clown thc timber, burn it off, or remove it from the ground ; then throw a strong fence round the ground to keep off nil cattle, for Bhould they have access to thc cotton trees they will cither cat them or trample them to pieces. When thc ground is fenced, take.a good heavy sharp hoe about six inches in breadth, and cut off all thc grass clean and deep enough to kill all .roots, after which the grass and all other rubbish should be burnt. Then take a grubbing hoe, which ought to bc four inches wideb and break up the ground fine, and fully a foot deep, taking care to cut everything that comes in the way of thc hoe. Should thc season bc late, say October, plant the ground with maize, for October would bc too late for cotton, a...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
VICTORIA. CcRiors RECOVERY or GOLD.-The parcel of gold, amounting to. 158 ozs., 9 dwts., which was stolen from thc box in the drives of thc Long Funnel Com- pany, Cobbler's Lead, in the beginning of last week, has been recovered in a rather strange cud ingenious way. From the position of thc box in which thc'gold was locked up, in the drives of thc company, it was at once seen that the robbery must have Wen effected by sonic one of the shareholders ; and as the theft was discovered almost imme- diately,' and precautions were taken to search every one before they ascended the shaft, thc company were satisfied that the stolen bag of gold mu. : hid somewhere in the drives below. But how to discover its whereabouts ? There, were large wide drives, willi with crooks and crannies and pools and puddles, and out-of-the-way holes and corners in them, extending for hundreds of feet, from the bottom of the shaft, and from these again were other cross drives, rendering it almost mi impossi- bil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
STEAM TO SYDNEY. Will. 'bo Jdiapatcïie'd' for ' giTDÎiÈY, from GraftôtïTÔ.MÔBKÔW' (Wednáday) 5IOBN ING,: taking ¡ir cargó at tliC Tarióus wharVes; For.fulJ particulars ai to freight, &c}, apply to tho Captalu, on board., . . . .3 . NOTICE. AT a Special General .Meeting pf ,tbe ShVröUbldbrs of * the "GR AFTON STEAM NAViqATIOiTCOMPANY, held at fh^ir Office, at thc"Flour Com-. pany's'Whárf, tliïs day; the. DÉSIG- NATION OP THE COMPANY WAS ' CHANGED to that of . the ; CLA- RENCE AND RICHMOND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, and the CAPITAL of the COMPANY IN- CREASED to £50,000; by thc; crea- tion.ofj2500 :New. Shares, a limited number of which will be disposée! of, at .£10 caclij to applicants resident in the district of these . river's who may apply for such': Shares, on or before the 31st day bf December next, payment of 'thc, same'to be made in full on or before the 1st day bf. February,. 18G0. ' By ordèr;of.the .Board,' .". GEORGE MURRAY, ... ^. Secretary.. Clarence nmL Richmond S¡...
COLONIAL SUMMARY. [From the Era, Oct. 29.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
COLONIAL SUMMARY. [From the Em, Oct. 2D.] THE Huharl Town Mercury publishes ii letter from the Canterbury settlement New Zealand, which says :-" There arc above COO men out of work at thc present time, «nd there arc several more ship loads on the way j thc place is swamped with labour of all sorts, and many that arc working cannot get sufficient to keep themselves and fami- lies." Provisions arc also quoted at very high figures. A destructive fire occurred at Mount Pleasant, near Bathurst, on Wednesday week, by which property to tho amount of about i-'1700 was destroyed, belong- ing conjointly to the lessee of the estate and thc owner. An unfortunate woman named Ellen Gibson (says the Launceston Ji,ramincr) was found with her throat cut near Glen Dhu, under circumstances which leave no doubt of-a foul murder having been committed. Thc woman was dis. charged from Court thc day previous for drunkenness. Her husband had been arrested on suspicion. At a sale of laud at Lang's Ciof-sing ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
LOCAL IX'JTISliliIGiïîXCE:. TiiK MAYOU.-Ou Wednesday last, his Worship the Mayor, J. E. Chapman, Esq., was sworn in as a Justice of the Peace, before W. Robertson, Esq., J . P., at thc Court House, Grafton. 'THU CLARENCE AND RICHMOND ' RIVERS STEAM NAVIGATION COM- PANY.-The old Company has been rc moddclcd, its capital increased, and under thc above heading will its opera- tions be carried on in future. Thc Di- rectors of the Company are anxious to secure thc co-operation of thc settlers on thc Clarence and Richmond, as shareholders, and for this purpose ap- plications are solicited from those who feel inclined to'join. From thc advent of regular steam communication on thc Clarence may bc dated the rapid pro- gress of these districts, and, as the bu- siness of thc Company is to be. en- larged, and thc/Richmond Riveris now to receive the boon of steam communi- cation with Sydney, wc trust that many of the residents will feel it their interest to join in thc enlarged undertaking as sh...
THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MEETING, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MEETING, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. Present : - The Mayor, Aldermen Avery, Bawden, Cowan, Jones, Ken- nedy, Payne, and Shoveller. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. NOTICES op MOIVJ.W By Alderman PAYNE, 1. "That on the next meeting of lillis Council he would move that, as thc Government have advertised the lease of thc Grafton Ferry for sale, this Coun- cil do empower His Worship thc Mayor to put himself in communication with the proper authorities, claiming thc right of this Council to the Ferry ia question, and to all dues and tolls de- rivable therefrom1" By Alderman BAWDEN; 2. " That this Council-do co-operate with thc other Municipalities of tbe-ao lony for the purpose of requesting thc Government not to appropriate any of thc Government Reserves within thc boundaries of any Municipality until arrangements bc made for transferring such reserves to thc Municipality.'^ CORRESPONDENCE. . Thc MAYOR read copies of letters from the Council to thc Governmen...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. November 12—Grafton, (s.), 210 tons, Capt. Quayle, from Sydney, November 9th. Passen- gers,—Messrs. Monteflore, Hunter, Smith, E. C. Laman, T. Laman, Sharp, Green, Williams, Wilson, D. Connor, Inspector Lane, Mrs. Scrut- ton, Miss. Scrutton, 3 children, and servant, and 40 ¡n the steerage.
ORIGINAL POETRY. MR. SPARROWGRASS TURN[?] PO[?]T. " TO MY BIG SWEETHEART." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 November 1859
ORIGINAL POETRY. Mr. Sparrowgrass turns poet. "TO MY BIG SWEETHEART." &nbsp; My love has long brown curls, And blue forget-me-not eyes ! She is the beauty off all the girls, But I wish I was twice my size ! Tlicn I could kins lier check, And venturo her lip« to t.isto ¡ lint now I only renell to tho ribbon Hl»o tics around lier waist. Chocolntc-drop of my heart ! I dara not breathe thy mine, Like « peppermint Htick FstgAid opnrt In a swc?t but secret linnie. When you look down on nie, And tho tassel «ton ol' my cap, I feel ns if something lind got in my lliroat, And was chouking against tho strep. I passed your gni-den, and thon\ On thc clothes' line, hun;.; n. tow Pantalettes, nud ono tall pair Reminded me, love, of you ; And I thought, ns I swung on tho gate, In tho cold by myself alone, How soon the sweetness of horehound dies, But tho bitter keens on and on. GRAD.
BEEF CURING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
BEEP CURING. 1 BY the following extract of a letter written to à gentleman in this district, it will be seen that a new system is offered for the curing of beef, and in- definitely extending the wealth and re- sources of these districts. We may say that, thc beef is in the possession of the Kev. A. E. Selwyn, and that it is as fresh now as when first killed, some six months ago. - Press of matter com- pels.us to omit other remarks until our next. ?">. &lt;&lt; Derby, May, 1850. "My dear Walker,:-I send you a , piece of beef, which may, at first sight, strike you as very like sending coals to ? Newcastle ; but if it reaches you in good ~ condition, and turns out as well as I expect it to do, it is to make-all your .'. fortunes. So soon as it arrives I hope yon will bid all your neighbours to a feast, and, having soaked it well in water the night before, let it bc cooked (roasted or boiled, as you please), and served up with all the honour due to 30 distinguished a ...
ARRIVAL OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. News to September 19. [From the S. M. Herald's Telegrams.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
ARRIVAL OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. IScws to September IO. [From tlie S. M. Herald's Telegrams.] The Malta left Suez September 28, Aden 4th October; arrived at Mauritius on the 17th, where it was found neces- sary to dock her ; detained her till 22nd j arrived King George's Sound on 5th instant, and sailed on 7 th. The Salsette arrived at Suez with thc homeward mails on 25th September. Thc Bombay arrived at Mauritius on the 11th October, and sailed on the 12th. The Bank of England has just announced a dividend of 4| per cent, on the half-year. Thc money market continues re- markably quiet, with adequate^ sup- plies. Thc general rate is a fraction be- low the Bank minimum of 2)t per cent. The Bank's "reserve bullion, which was diminishing for many weeks, is greatly augmenting again. Consols, after temporary depression, consequent on thc disastrous news from China, have recovered to 95^ to 95£, the exact price . at which they stood last mail, The imports of thc precious metals during the m...
VICTORIA. [From the Era, Oct. 29.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
VICTORIA. [Prom the Era, Oct. 29.] WE extract as follows from thc sum- mary of the Christian Times, October 22 : " The camels are coming ! " They arc expected here shortly hy thc ship Queen of the Seas, from Calcutta. Sheds for their reception are to bc erected in thc Botanical Gardens. The Copenhagen, from London, has brought out a valuable addition to our stock of cattle, in thc shape of nine short-horned Durham bulls ; seventy five sheep, comprising Cotswold, Lei- cester, and Southdowns ; and a pair of handsome swans. By this arrival our military stores have also received a considerable augmentation. The passenger arrivals the week ended 15th instant numbered 304, comprising 143 from Great Britain, and the remainder from thc neigh- bouring colonies. The returns of Immigration Office arc completed for the month of August for all thc ports of thc colony. The arrivals numbered 2,383, and the departures 1,701 ; the nett addition to the population being G22. Thc number of visitors to ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
Tho Fem Ila left Sydney nfc 9 p.m. of tho 10th instant! Newcastle, nt 11-45 n.m. of tho 17th; crossed the bur nt 7 n.m. of tho 19th, having ex- perienced ptrong bend winds nil through tho passage. Ttie Fenelia pnssed tho steamer Graf- ton on Thursday, nt 3 n.m., oil' Fort Stephens. Tho Fenelia brought up a very heavy cargo. Silo was four hours nt Brondwnter discharging, and did not arrive nt tho wharf till late on Saturday afternoon, owing to lier mimerons and lengthened detentions.
To the Editor of C. and R. Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
To thc Editor of C. and R. Examiner. Sm,-I beg to'inform yon that with- in .thc last few days Grafton has been favoured with a visit from a few of those gentlemen who endeavour to live more by their wits than by honest in- dustry. I have heard of one instance in which they succeeded in persuading a young man to join them in one of ? those games so frequently made use of by sharpers to inveigle, and thereby swindle their dupes, viz., pricking thc : gartcrv They certainly succeeded in 'doing him out of a few shillings, but being suspicious gf their motives, bc, by closely watching their dodges, to t their great surprise and discomfiture, detected them in their sharp practices, and very quickly compelled them to beat n retreat from his premises in double quick time. It is to be regretted that tiley were not handed over to the authorities, to bc dealt with according to their deserts. I would advise the inhabitants of Grafton to bc on their guard, and keep a sharp look out. after this cl...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our column are open to all writer who refrain from the use of cirulent language or parsenalities, but we are not responsible for opinion expressed. The Divils Ilbow. MUSHA[?] Paddy agrah. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our eolumnt are open to all writer* who refrain Jrom the um of virulent language or pirti nalities, but te» ar* not reajiontibl* for opinion* expiated. Thc DiviPs Ilbow. M us HA I Paddy agrah. The top of the inomin to yes ! Shure 'tis mysel was flabergasted intirely, so I was, whin Biddy Dhurcck (a civil, elaine, dBcent girl from these parts, so she is) after cnquircn about the nabors, handed mc thc paper, jist as I step'da shore herc yesterday. Will now, thc divil from me, Paddy ! bud the Examinator is a civil, dacent sort of a man, for to stick your name in print. I wonder av hc'l do himsel thc honor to transponse this to you on my akount ? Well to be shurc, Paddy, Achushla I \ Thc Lord betune us an all harm. 1 'Tis-thc divil's place and no mish takc. The blessed Saint Pathrick, God . rest his soul, av he was here, would have plinty to do till thc day of judg mentj so he would. Talk about given shnakes an toads a thwisto, begar thc varmint here , lick cock...
ORIGINAL POETRY. BIG SWEETHEART'S REJOINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
OKIttIXAXj POETKY. BIO SWEETHEART'S REJOINDER. Oh I Grnli, or Spnrrowgrass my boy, Though neither in j our namo, How cruel thus to vex your joy, Your over glowing flnmo I To writo of ina or I.ITTM! things, Wien lore fo warms tho heart, (You bad, though useful walking stick,) Of your ill-used Big Sweetheart. How often you have, aided mo, Through l'nncc-st reefs miry way i How oft you've waited patiently, Near tho Storo whero Bees do play i But though a walking stick you'ro proved, It never crossed my mind, Snell n little boy would o'er aspire, So mon ahovo bia kind. /.. But never mind my Sparrowgra.ni, Tliero aro litt lu maids in.teens, And though you're only tiro feet ono They'll lilio you well I ween ¡ You'll do lo purchase, lollipops, To share their sports and-part, To apo tho man, and drink your drops, Farewell, from ÜTO SWEETHEART.
MUNICIPAL, COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 November 1859
MUNICIPAL, COUNCIL. AT thc Weekly Meeting on Thursday., no business was transacted, there not: being a quorum. There were present-His Worship thc Mayor, and Aldermen Cowan and Payne. Thc MAYOR took occasion to read thc 71st Clause pf thc Municipa- lities Act, -which imposes a fine of ¿CIO on any Chairman or Councillor (Mayor or Alderman) who may neglect his du- ties, and, in allusion to the subject, thought it was incumbent on thc offi- cers of the Corporation to be more at- . tentive. Shortly afterwards, Aldermen Lam- bert, Shoveller, Jones, and Avery made their appearance. Until a town dock be .erected, as a. guide to thc public, we should recom- mend considerable latitude to members before a meeting commences, for it is a well known fact that scarcely two watches in Grafton ever agree. On Thursday night, for instance, there was tlie usual diversity to bc observed in the watches of the Aldermen. The Council adjourned until Thurs- day next.