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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
ANDERSON", CAMPBELL. AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Very little business done Pino* our lnfit re- port. P-ime heavy Hides i«ra very baleabas, and also Tallow for town uso. Bacon, 8rt. to 9d. per lb. Barley, Er-gib h- 2s. 9d. to 3s. per bushel. Bran-ls. 6 . per bushel. Butter-ls. 9d. tn 2s. per lb. Calves . 20* to 40B. F our, finest Colonial-£26 to £27 per ton. Ditto, fine Adelaide-£27 to £'¿8 per ton. Ditto, fine Country,-£24 to £20. Ditto, HttXall- fiOs. lo 54b- per barrel. Hay, Lucerne-£3 10s. to £4 per ton. Ditto, Omen- (Hunter River) £5 to £6 per ton. Tallow. Mutton-£55 to £60 per ton. Ditto. Beet-£44 tn £50 per on. Ditto, StHtioti-£45 to £65 per ton. HidtS -Heavy, los. to 17B 0 1. eaeh. Maia*-3s. 31. to 3.1. 4d. p«r buahtl. Onions-9». to 12« p'-rowt. Potatoes-£5 tu £5 10s. per ton. Pigs- alive, about 4'-*. per lb. Wheat- 10s. io 10s. GI. per buBhel. 186, Susct-x btreet, July 27ch, 1869.
Commercial. SYDNEY. CAMPBELL AND RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
SYDNEY. / CAMPBELL AND RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. îSince our last report a fair share of bu- siness has been done. Wheat and Flour -both these articles are very dull at pre ¡ sent prices, which are em rely nominal. Maize, there is no change since last report. \ barley, good malting, is in demand; Cape, no demand. Hay, the heavy stocks have i been worked off, prices are firmer. Pota- toes, a large supply has come to hand from New Zealand. Butter has advanced. Cheese, a lot of inferior has interfered with i the' price. Bacon is coming in more plen- tiful, the price, has declined. M ides have advanced, as high as 21s. has been given. Herns, in demand, j tflour, £24 io £27 ptr ton ; Wheat, 10s. to 12a. pur bushel ; Brun, 1». Gd. to 1&lt;>. Od.; Maize, 3i. 3d. ! Borley, Englinh, 3s. to 3&lt; 6 Li «m. Capp, 2i. 3d. to 2s. 9d. ; Hay, lucerne, £3 16s. io £1 per ton ; do. oattn, £3 to £1 ; Pota» I t .es, £4 10i. to £5; Butter, 2i. pr lb. ; Cheese, 7d. to 9d. ; Bacon; Od. ...
Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Wednesday, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
fritOM OUU OWN COhRESI'ONDPNT.I 'jlf . Wednesday, August ;ï. The " musical festival,' as it is pronoun- ced was a great treat for tha inhabitants of our noble city. The first day not lesa than 1400 persons were present to bear "Messiah'; during.the three following days the weather was so bad that half of the intended visitors stopped at home. The result was that the Committee found them- selves in a balance of £'.i- 0 to £40 , and for the purpose of collecting that sum, ar- ranged an extra concert on Saturday last. The attendance, however, was but small, and I suppose the Committee made another pecuniary loss. The able conductor, Mr. Lave nu, well, known in the Australian colonies, had .; scarcely dropped his hatton, with whjjíli he led 250 performers, than Death or- dered him to follow,-Mr. L. died, after a , few hours illness, last Monday, and waa buried yesterday, only a few yaros from the place where his great master, Bochsa, 4 years ago was interred. iNot le-s than 4000 persons...
FIVE D[?]YS Later News FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
PI VB DAYS Later Fews PROM IÍÜUOPfc'. BY the arrival of the well-known steam- ship ll oyal Charter at obson's Bay, the 21st July, after a splendid passage of GO days from Liverpool, we have i-uropean iNevrs to the 22nd of May. We take the following extracts from the telegraphic messages to the S. M. Herald and Empire. " Alessandria, 17th May. "The Emperor inspected to-day the positions of the first and third corps d' année at Tortona and Ponte, and V erona. "Yesterday the Austrians endeavoured to fortify and block up the windows of a house on the left bank of the Po, and by entrenching themselves within it to dispute the passing of the river at Valenza. A few discharges, however,of French cannon, ata distance of 2(500 metres, sufficed to dislodge them from this sheltered position, which they have since abandoned. At eleven this morning, the A ustrians with- drew from Vercelli, and have blown up the bridge over the Sesia.''
Richmond District. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Lismore, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
Riebmond. District. ¡FKOM OUR COUttRSP',N»FNT.] Lismore, August 1. The weather has been very tine on coast and shore, with a succession of hard white frosts. tock looking well, and an early spring anticipated. We have had no mails from Sydney in consequence of the detention of the Duncan Hoyle. The late floods have brought out a good deal of fiue cedar, from the several creeks. Prime cedar and pine are com- manding a fair price. There are several schooners also load- ing at the Tweed. The Roderick Dhu is there. Coal of good quality has been lately discovered within a few miles of deep water. When the new line of road from the Tooloom Gold-fields is opened to the junction of the Richmond Rtver at the North and South branches, great results are expected from the establishment of steam traffic.
Colonial Intelligence NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
Coloniallntelligenee NEWCASTLE. The storm of last Thursday was the most severe we have had for the last two years. Nearly all the large houses in town suffered more or less, especially, those with slated roofs ; nearly the whole of them had slates blown off, the houses roofed with metal also suffered, the shingled houses ap- peared to have escaped with least damage. Some of the railway buildings were much damaged, and it was only with the greatest difficulty the roofs were kept down. A new building on Honeysuckle Point was blown down, and another on Macquarie Road was so much injured that it will have to be taken down. The news of the loss of a large schooner between here and .ydney is fully confirmed There are many surmises afloat as to what vessel it is, but in' the absence of correct in forma- tion it is perhaps better not to mention them, it is believed the vessel was either light, or partly laden with timber; no douiit is entertained of the loss of all hands. -Correspondent to ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABHIVALS. Âugnnt 4-Grafton, (a.)» 210 tons, Captain Quayle, from Sydn» y, 4instant. Passeiigers : | Messrs. Potts, Whi'e, Ryan, Cowan. Crow. ] balker, Bark«T, S^arp, Bemsid, Dawcon. Daughariy, S»m&lt;m. Greaves, Inspector Ray-'j low, MibB Alien, Miss Small, and 80 in the steerage. The Grarton (e.), which left here on the 20th July, crossed the bar a? 2 30. Experienced tim weather nnnl off Caj-e Havke ; fr« m then rm iii Tuppday morriit g last strong pales Irom S ~VY. to S. E., with heavy easterly hwell. which drove he vessel right off the land. Fetched into Port Stephens, at 5 p.m. i>n Wecinepdtjy, the 27th, where she got coals from a schooner. Left th»! florrie evening at 7 and arrived at Syd- ney Thursday morning. The iirafton was tak^n to the A. S. N. Co.'s works at Pyrmont, the 30th July, to it-pair the damage sustained daring the lust heuvv gales on her last passage. Duncan Hoyle, (s.), which left here on Satnv tlay, 30>h July, crossed the b...
RICHMOND RIVER SHIPPING. VESSELS IN HARBOUR, 31ST JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
RICHMOND RIVER SHIPPING. VESSELS IN HARBOUR, 31ST JULY. Southern Cross, schooner loaded with cedar. Cyclone, ditto ditto. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sea Gull, ditto, loading cedar. &nbsp; &nbsp; Black Diamond, ditto ditto. James Barry Brown, ditto ditto. Henry, ditto ditto. Henrietta, ditto ditto. Jane Sommerville, ditto, loading at Lismore, tallow, hides, cedar. Curakil, ditto, loading at the Junction, tal- low, cedar. Sancho Parza, ditto, came in yesterday. Louisa Mark, ditto, outside, bound for Lis- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; more.
CLARENCE AND RICHMOND Examiner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
_CLARENCE AND RICHMOND JE-OD ?M m ëme r. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1859. "Wh. have at last received news of G ralfton being proclamed a Municipality, In the proper sense of the tenn Grafton is now a city, and it remains with the inhabitants to make good their claims to that distinc- tion. Streets, wharves, and other neces- sary improvements are required, and it will require the earnest attention of all to work the new affairs to a right conclusion. It rests with the citizens themselves. The three divisions into which North and fr'oulh Grafton are divided will have to re- turn nine Councillors, and provided proper care be taken in the selection,-provided active men are secured, wo are confident that the best results may be anticipated. Whilst congratulating our neighbours upon the fact, we call upon all the inhabi- tants seriously to consider the questions-^ who are the best men to collect and spend their money ; who would be the most judi- cious in working out the affairs of the township ?...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
Local InteUigencef. j GRAFTON MUNICIPALITY.-A proclama- tion in a supplement to the Government Gazette, of V» ednesday the IS Jilly, de- clares Grafton to be a Municipality, dividing tiie town into three wards : first waid, stroud ward, and third ward. THE \1 EATIII-R.- ¡Since our last we have had a great change in the atmo-phere, t lear, cloudless skies have been converted into dull, leaden coloured clouds, and rain has fallen, more or less throughout the week, ñ s yet we have heard of no floods, though we greatly fear that our friends on the Richmond will be somewhat put about by the rising of the creeks. By the over- land mail we hear that the weather on the coast has been dreadful ; nothing similar haviug been known at N ewcastle for the last two years. A vessel laden with tim» I ber has been wrecked between that Port and Sydney, and all hands supposed to be lost, i ur communication by see has been suspended, and though distant only some 300 miles from Sydney, our latest intelli...
Our Diggings. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Tubra Diggings, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
[FKOJI OUR. OWN COItKF&l'ONDFNT ] Tubra Diggings, August I. A new rush lins taken place lutrly on the Tooloom Creek, 3 or -I miles to the fc>. VV. of the original diggings. A good ¡few have gone there and aie doing a mir ably, most of the gold being obtained nie ?rely by the knife and pan, for you moy say that I radies and Sluices are only now coming into vogue there. At this spot the precious metal is all nuggety. A report has been circulated of the dis- covery of a Si(ve)' Mine, and from several persons I hear it is really a fact, but, if so, mote of this in my next. Provisions are beginning to be plenti- ful again-4 dray loads of goods, such as j flour, sugar Sec. &c, arrived last week from Warwick, Moreton Bay, all of which were brought up by the Storekeepers at that place. The Commissioner, Mr. Emmett, visited Tooloom the other day and has been re- ducing the Claims from 50 to 38 yards in length, which, 1 think, will meet with ge- neral approbation. In conclu...
TURIN. Thursday, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
TUREN". Thursday, May 19. OFFICIAL BULLETIN IO-DAY.-At 10 p m. yesterday evening, several detach mentsof Austrians advanced to Capriasco, near San Germano, driving off cattle and firing at the peasants. Our troops, desi- ring to fight, awaited the evening at San Germano, but they withdrew to Vercelli, which they this mornig evacuated, after blowing up two arches of a btidge over the Sesia. Our troops occupied VercelH at 4.30 this afternoon. The Austrians, with their artillery, are still on the left bank of the river. Yesterday, the enemy endea- voured to fortify a house on the left bank of the 'Po, opposite Valenza, in o&lt;der to iiinder the passage of the river by us, but discharges of French cannon from a dis- tance of 2600 metres, forced them to aban- don their intention. '> Friday, May 20. Official Bulletin published to-day. 12,000 Austrians advanced to-day from Stradello towards Castezzio, where the streets had been barricaded since Wednes- day, and three unimportan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
is ORTH G ll AFTON. "I T. JONES has the pleasure of o announcing,to the Residents of theOVa .renee and Richmond district,» that hebe.« every ?ar icle in the wine- and spirit trade of the vers 'best quality, ahd'he trusts that ou all occasions on -whichhe has hitherto enjoyed the patrona^ e of his friends and the public, and in till time* tocóme, thai he hits-earned, and viii continu to earn increased praise for civility, auentioj , and cleanliness. Travellers cn roiiU for the diggings, or casual .residents in,the township, are in vited tn inepeot the premises where they -will find all the com forts and enjoyments of home. CLEAN "WELL-AIRED BEDS GOOD STABLING The beat articles, and moderate charges. OBSKRVE! J. T. JONES, BOYAL HOTEL, Princess-Street, Grafton. ;16 J. R. PATR, Maéksmiths' Arms, opposite the Court House, GRAFTON. THETroprietor of the ábovewellknown House negs to inform his triends and the publie in general that he ÍB supplied with wines and spirits of really superior qu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
(WOTIOE TO THE PUBLIC. JL^I The Proprietor' of the CLARENCE AND KICHMON» EXAMINER bi-gs to announce to the Resown* of Grafton, the Clarence, and tRicihini nd Districts, that he is now^prepared to execute all df scriptions nf BOOK. .JOB. AND GENERAL * IN TING, .on the-shortest nonce, and at prices aB low ap any, other establishment in the colony. rjpil'R 'CLARENCE ANI> RICH I MOND EXAMINER is published every "TUESDAY morning at Grafton, and is for ?warded to ull pam of Auhtrulia. New Zealand, Oreut Britain, India. Cape of'Good Hope, and 'the British Dominions. As a medium for aó ?vertiseis it v/ill 'be lound equal to any news- paper in the colonies-; and as it enjoys an immense circulation amorifr. the diggers, store- keepers, and -merchants will be enabled most advantageously to circulate their lists of goods tfbr sale in. the 'midst of 'those who are the greatest, consuméis. The price of the paper is twenty fcnrr shillings &lt;per Annum, ¡payable ^quarterly in adyance, o...
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 9 August 1859
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OP THE MAILS. DEPARTURES PROM GRAFTON. To Casino, &c, Sundays and Wednesdays, at "6 A M. To Moreton Bay, via Casino, Sunday, 6 A .M. To Armidale, Wednesdays, at 8 A. M. &nbsp; To Tabulam, Wednesdays, at 9 A .M. To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning ARRIVALS AT GRAFTON. From Casino, &c, Tuesday and Saturday, at 6 P M. &nbsp; From Moreton Bay, via Casino, Saturday, at 6 P M. From Armidale, Monday, at 6 P.M. &nbsp; From Tabulam, Tuesday, at 3 P M. From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday after- noon