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LATEST COLONIAL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From the S. M. Herald Correspondent.) KIANDRA. Monday, October 29 6p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

LATEST COLONIAL> . {Bv BwcTníc TELEORAVH'Í: ' 1 {From the S. M¿ilèràld Correspondait.) , ; KIANDRA. . . / ', rMoiiá.iy, Oùtpber 23 6 p.m. ' SaowBRT'weaíher. , . ; Mr. Charles Cowpers, i jun., adréis to the electors', of Tumut is isBUçd.

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GOULBURN. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

GOULBURN. TUB Escorts íiaVe arrived with tbjê 'fol.'! lowing, quantities :-~ Kiandra, .1.123 W.,12 dwts; 6 grs. J Braidwood*; 1328 OZ3.7 dwtS. 12 gl'9. ; . :.l'he weather the last two days has ijieen very stormy. Yesterday we bad .'jiçavy' sito ivers of hail and" rain,', with ? thunder and lightning, nearly «di day . /f requent showers to-day and the wea- ther is still unsettled. The I^qûrts report, the roads as being very" "much .cutup, and the creeds1 considerably swolleii/in some places' "álinost.^u^s-í Sable.' " ' t ; T'''-:"'"-^ " . Still raining./^;!;;' .;. '7. ?; .' ' : V'

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ADELAIDE. Monday, October 29 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

, ?; , -ADELAIDE. - I,', ': - Mon'daVj October29l7 p.xn, Mr.,Stunrt'8 first pmiy .jare about 20Q railes. The second; party Start to ino.row, and .-Mr. "Stuart !. himself .on Thursday. . , ' ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

?eh ,<??;* - . :? IITANTED; a respectable pp-son as » » ¿f O'uok. ¡iud. jjauu'd ress- Apply to r-vsii. MRS; HITCHINS, .; 7 ..7 tollyde's Cottage. np wo POUNDS'RE WARD,' ïorthe ??? _ name of the rogne-fyho'.rode a bay : horse; sBran'de'di: II ¿on J, near ; shoulder,; ?from, the Timbarra - run to Tooloom;; Also; .'Eivé íPountls.jfor 'recovery;-ofii a? cht?simthorae ivíth white face/ branded JN-oiiin'ear^houldeii;!^and<& liku;mm for a greyt filly/ with Í MI under sadd!* seat,-both supposed to have, been 'ridden away^by¿ljggers.i j ; ; > i .? 'As'Horse-stealing has " become a> fa- ' vourite-game in the ^oi-them 5 districts,-'; ? a rcwa'd'of Twenty - Pounds, is pro; misedvfof the uppréhenston o^ any pir aon dr persons'who'stole these horses;- ; -'A\:r; rJ.'A". MESTON. * I?;0 RXÎ'S;A -Lt'E . . 20,000 , SHINGLES.,/ , Y' * '? "f ''E. C.'L'AMÀN^*' ^ -^Baildai:, &c, Frinca-strcct. '/ , HjlO IlËT.oin^Qupen-stwet. tlic^'re .'':^:v;;rinÍ8e&''kn...

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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, 7 CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. For the Clarence River District. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CÖ'.'S PRODUCE 'CIRCULAR'.* ; Forche .Clarence River ^District. Bacon-li- to fid. por lb. .i. li irläy,..Bii^liíliT to .3a; 6 J. .perbiuliel ' Dito, Onpo-3s (1 Bran- s 31 -per ousliol . , Butter-BJ to 9d. per lb. Calves-Os. to Soi. .(. Flour,-flncät- Oolonial-18 par ton "-''Jîitto; finó Adelaide-IR' IO«?-ditto-".. .? , , .I>itto;!fiiie Oountnry,17 . ljta. to 18'ditto . ¿ 'Ditto, JIawll-Ht to-45» per burrelsv.:iv íl iy, Lucerne-il to 4/ 10i per ton for prime ¡ Hitto, 0\iten-4.. to 5 . ditto 1.1.HidMj heatiy-lils, to 13t. each :vfivf.;!; ?? .., ! ' M-iiio^-3j pi*r bushel, if «ound/.1 . .: - ?..?;. .- Onions-70vto 804. pur.owt. .-; ; ? ' ?: 1 Potatooi-£t" piir ton ., - 1 V\efi (-»liVvi) - about 4d. ppr lb*. _ * ' Wlieat-li. to Bi per biwlicl - ' ^ ' . AXDEItSO^CUtl'BELt, & 00. No.. 136"öiH3eX"treot,'Sydney, ' ' ÎÎ jyjinW 2,"1810. " .

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SELECTION OF COLONIAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

SELECTION OP . "COLONIAL I ** ITEMS. . ' jgu^ ,thé - j > jla <t;:i'úuiÍ tiijä0\í¡Téw, ' ¿eafafid ! » : Jettelf . f.;' jfrpiñ'jii^ i |the^.nortbém , island,"». statingí,.that *A:Í,/^. iVieñdly.niítivp bad called upon.bini .t'ô^, ;'/; tell hiiuvtlîat', a, general rising of. tlip.-v '.various hostile tribes was to take place1. '.v , ¡ in .December, and that it was .only.' ¡n^-4'.¡ " toiidtiil to spare those who toot no pai<t.. . iii :itl)e,Avar.y/. .Ori< conferring with ' birf^V ; . liéighbo'urs^hé writer found that, ib^îj, ; saine ' iiitiinatibn' had^ .been'^givw^ti^'^.;,. .r .théiiy and ;liad produced' eciiside^abje^vff. consternation.-. .. Jt was hpped^lmtTtl^ -vr régiíneñt oil their way; ^t;from<\Biniî?4? land would )arrive ' beforeVithe^^dread^^lv;', rising took.place. '?". . .".".' 'vi.;j;vV;;.'!-:-' His Excellency the GoVernor Cene*' ??'... ral, with the advice of 'the'ExecûtiVé'- ': Council, lias been pleased to appoiiit'. : -, Lie...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. (From the Sydney papers.) Friday, 2nd November. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

NOTÉS OP TUB >\VE¥K. i " (From.tht^ Sydney;papers.), . Friday, 2nd November. ' 'jl'iiE wee* Has Been; > politically^ ari eventful brie-inore, so, ;tharj could be at »li expéctc4 when-:^uV. "1¡is{ '.' notes'' '..were written: ' . Up'tö'tlia^iiine MiiitsV. !' terri had pretty nutcli' 'tljeir "ówtíjway in', .reference to -the L?wd'Bili;: Iininediateiy afterward^ hoiv.çv,ei% they ' met' ,with;' iff -reverse,which' 'biu^ifáir "tb bud in their ,resignation of office. ; .» ? '.'. ; After a sha^ prbposittou q'f; frbè, ^^V^l^^V^K' vey, ail^Kaiuciidrúeiuí..by .A^.r. V,IIaytwhichí upset this._ pí^i'íb^iUp'ú ^iicl.c aiudti' |iie*- '| lj»iu)av^aui'.yVy' ^'h^-^i^^ Jvast, indispeÜsitbléjWas;'j ¿aiiírí Cii^ ' - by >;;a; ^.cori siderable''majm generally u& ?General \yuuld; nul.;cm , a cdiss'b-. lution pf.Parliament'unless supplteV'for the-¡!^eriiU;yvereyo iii :a legal mànniîr rr that is to say .by pill, and; with "'.t|te concurrence ot both Houses. Indeed it leemedimpbssiblcthat his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

'TO 'sYOITÍ3?. ..,-.iv iv», . .JIIK'-welí: 'wwi StwnWî. ' ;, ' jOtoSM, 4 . hwi.? »tit? }ier AR.«iV^;^ö'i.'!ä;! V ^ Oh ' dépôàitâ'- .for,112íraotvtli8/;;4iper. . : tent ptíp'áánuiftí ¿ Ivú^fi^^ri i^-l'^Ôa-'âiyôsitsïorèinbnttisy-af er eerit perátínum.: .": :-:'. r Ort (Iepo9its:for3¡montb'3, S pur cent perannum.- * - :. BANK PO^T : BILLS . with interés^ "added; at'- these rates respectively arc issued1 payable to order; i ri 1 . , ; > HENRY CUTHBERT,. ??'::¿¡: ?. '';:'.) J:.':-,: v. ,. 'Kfannget')': V.(§^ikii%iA Octy i860¿.<- - 163 'iii NOTICE. ALL-pcraanii indebted totho Estate of f the late JOHN MEANLEY, of. Casino, are hereby informed -that, unless .theil*'accounts are immediately settled/. ???*the-sante: will be glaced in the hanils-'of^ .T<¡hc Solicitor for the Estate. : , , - , . Pro CLARK IRVING, . " Thc Administrator to thc Estate; 180, < . JOSEPH PAGE. T For Sale, ~ tipWO lor .tliree -first class Teams: :of. . <»>Votkiriç Bull...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 13 November 1860

THEY HAYE ARRIYtD!!/ MADAME STEVENSON, MR. II. RICHARDSON, .1 ?. j AND > MU. STEVENSON,, " BEG! respectfully ito^tnnoimce.itheit . arrival in Grafton, and have much. ' pleasure iii stating, that î they; hayefar ranged to appear 'at-the ASSEM BLY'. ROOMS, opposite Junes', Royal Hotel, on'-' ' - THURSDAY; 15th NOV./. in one of their celebrated Vocal, Instru- mental, and Dramatic Entertainments*. Prográmme for .'Thursday : , The performance will commence 'with. ' the much-admired comedy entitled . Delicate Ground. : Citizen Sangfroid... . MR. .Richardson. '???-A 1 pl»« » BO.-J¡4> v: S tavepsim^r^^s. Pauline .¿?i- :? . .-Madame, Stevenson. * ATTBB ttmcn, t. » A. . A Grand MisceHártsoÚsi CONCERfl1: t"i Ballad'-T« Fliivc de. Maríé".V:'Mídame Stevens m. * Y ' ' Solo, (patent Concertina)*-" Tyrolean," Mr. R chardson. . . Songr--^Annie; of' the banks o' Doe>" .-',-! Madame Stevenson. ] BurlesqueiSong-" Alonzo the Brave," ? M .'. Richardson. Sjng^lbcal^' The .Colonial Letter,". -, "f...

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LAWRENCE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

- ' .. LAWRENCE. ' SATURDAY, i.p.m.-Tlta ;FeneIJa' left Lawrence aboutilO o'clock OB .Tuesday (full up), taking! 18 bales wool/2 bun- dles calfskins,. Ï bundles sheepskins/, and 68 hides. . , u', .Fifteen diggers,-èx Fenelia/and; three dray loads of goods ,fov ;tbevNe^*Jtush, have left; during .the -.week/viá^Ogilvie's" Net^'Line¿..>Aipattvirom^h'eráWé'.ont' niaking.an improved roadiroui'Ogilvie?! to^diggihgs.r ., THE VÄ^AILS.-Tba Oasinb ?th.ail; due last Tuesday, and the Tabulam mail, due;tlus unorhmg^: have'not. yet^iTíved.

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PILOT AND HARBOUR SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

! , . PILOT AND HARBOUR f 15RVICES'.( 7 Tim ??following.'retara' of Pilotage -Bate3. rand Harbour Dues'received -under; 'thc 22dd,VictôrUi,',Nô. 4, from-thc 31st July, 1858, to the 31st- December, 'I860,*'and" also; the,'expenditure for Harbour,; and 'Pilot,* Departments..-.of -New South ,-Wales, 'during the : same period/ has been laid upon the .table of thc Legislative Council, .,- ' . . i EECBIPTS ?.?=...-... Juîv 21 to ; January I to January-I to Dec. 31, 1858 Dec. 3\~, 1859. Dec 31, 1860. Sydney . . £1282 0 2 £8368 3 *2 £8349 19 5 Newcastle ". 1011 7 6 39d4 14 S 3604 6 4 Port Macquario. 30 15 0 110 ö 8 -, 97 14 S Clarence Kîyar . -16 1 « 315 . 6¿ 8' : - 356 I?? 6 Richmond River 14-1 9 8 519 0-8" 287 6 8 Manning Uiver . 20 0 8 43 7-8 J ,?36 15 4 Macloaj Eiver . 74 12 2 17a 0 S*"""? Ï58 12 0 Twofold Bay! 13i S 0 Moruya Uiver . '.? Wollongong ' Kiama .._- . .. - . v ? ... * ^. £5579 6 KZ £13,973'19 ' 2 £13,115 6 ll I -j Total receipts. £32,668 12 3 ^ .-_ EXPÉKDITTJBÍ. í - . .7 _ -...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

;; ¡*'f . ftlCEMOND RIVES. . ..''li.£'*y:£r^Co)r».Vu'train Sydnny. - . i ¡ ; '^^'"^y &V^T«»ephliié;Trom-8fáiiÍT.' " "-"* t.. ."?.May C;-Janet'Dickson,-ft'o'm Brisbanes j ; ' ' ? "V DEPAU/NJBRS..,,!'; v,-v/ií, 'Mavjt ^.^fCyslqnp, foiM"elh'oi)ra¿) \' ..* " ':y</rV*/:3^X«Tjna;° forrWcaaÜ». - " '.-.' .ÍÍSS/íMáy Ä'-iJnne Sommo'ràllo,' for Sydney. v . ; ..irf'vvjî Storm'- .K^ing,. Janei.' Emily Alu'jou* .¡Qeorge, . ' %~;*|-;.ÏHMk;. 'Diamond, Josephine, CpYafei,, fielen, ?.^ ; .;Ii6ùi»Maria, and'A'Jutralijj, arabar bound. iThe ' '.'' ,:'fíf»Uí!<»dnr;'and Janet DidkVon riot loaded?1'' ' '1]\B P¿a Gull hm bom» outside ainco tho 13th, .. :'*v*tdhff too fte westward to geHáV r. '.. < . _:_- - y*iLir

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

BIRTHS.         DAVIS.—On the 16th May, at her residence,   South Grafton, Mrs. Alfred Davis, of a son. DAVIES.—On the 20th May, at her residence,   Hall of Commerce, Prince-street, Grafton, Mrs. Thomas E. Davies, of a daughter.     DEATH.         On Thursday, May, 9th, at her parents re- sidence, North Grafton, Mary Eliza, infant   daughter of Alfred and Sophia Hitchins, aged seven months.                        

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COTTON, AND ITS CULTIVATION. PART II. VARIE[?]S OF COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

îï fl CHT? TT lVI,t'COTTON, ÏAND ITS CÜLTIVA \ TION. . ' '}"Cy.r(gfc«i*.^!H0RW3, OF 10UI8IANA.) fcV/j ' ViÀRT ii. ? '. _ . " pi'Jí í¿ I '.VARIKT1FS OF COTTON. ' ' ! ^;V^;%jTbere;8'ppear8 to be no limittp the va ':/;'; ¿j\?rieties "of colton- 'n Africa and Asia; .. "elnore than sixty, different kinds of-cotton ? V/Î ^have been found growing spontaneously ; "and it, would seem that, in every part, pf. }':'f"';the.world^where the climate, is congenial, /cotton., springs, up to meet (he wants'of' |',^.,' niañ; *.As; \ve' become familiar with the, ..:*"? Agricultural health of the southern ¡por-' :'y l.tibnW our .o\yn continent,and the islands ";, ^.fiprdering on:v.tbè^Pacific'.coast,''-we,''c'ôn-': -7 . ^w»táhlly ; hear of ' the 'discoveiy »of ¡new. /^varieties; and it ifcptafiable.-that/tbéfdrei , i^tSníany years'shall haye -passed; away; it; . 'Vrll'bVfound that I^pjfth\'America) posH . ^íraVajei greater varieties- of the^cqlton: ^ :>":-iplÄnt- native to the soil, than any other .'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

THIRTY. SHILLINGS REWARD.; -STRAYED or STOLEN, one ! Grey HOUSE, ? brandad TK. oiv. near i shoulder, ' from n^r^rajrçfl er's :-ltest^ The above rewanfl will beaven for any information as^yiieaejîie horse caîï be pr-ocurcd j- or/n itr-1)eing brought to tlie undersig/ed, in Giaftony-iOr at] theTiwellei's/Kest. . 1D3_J. P., LARSON., rpHIltTY SHILLINGS1 REWARD. - - STOLEN or STRAYED, hom'! ?Baker's Swamp; aÁJlíesnut FILLY, twenty inonths: 6Uf, branded IB nj-,J versed on the njia'r shoulder; Any Serson returnini/her to vjïr.'JOIiÑ ' ÍAKER, Ju.vyBacon-atreet,-. will rei ceive the abov/re.vai'd. . M7 .ÍTÓTÍ^^ - atant,.being ine Queenfs Birth-; dar,.' thin . Bauk/will be kept,'as a ! HOLIDAY. _ II E N R Y VUTH BE RT,-. Manager .. . Australian Jouft Stock Bank,- ? ; .. Qraftou/20th May. . . ? ^167; MUSEMENTS-, »OR : QUEEN'S ^-^ - BIRTHDAY./- Horse racing, foot racing, quoits, jimping m sacks, and all kinds ot pAtunes,- will take ; place at TATTERIALL'S HOTEL, on FRIDAY next,jlife 24th instan...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. SEPARATION OF THE CLARENCE. (From the Sydney Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WiSDjisaDAY, MAY 8. SEPAUAiraOXOF THE C!fiA> ..(Unit ?. Syin if lap rt.) Mf.'CowrKB moved, puríuantto' notio»-1 ". That this House, having been informed that 'petitionsiliava beon prepared with the view of oeing transmitted to iler Most Gracious Majesty, praying for tho separation of tho; districts of tho Clanmea, Now 3ugland, an J Tenterfield-, from Niiiv South, .Wntes, resolves :-1. Thatj m -thu opinion of this Houss, ño further dismemberment or this colony, by tba separation. 0Ï any territory lying' between tho thirtieth' parallel of south' l'atituda . and the southam . boundary" of fha colony of Queensland, oan now lawfully bj mtt.de without thq'coiiourriinoo . and consent, of. the 'bîçauaâ by tho issue of tho said .letters patent,'1, defining tho boundary between the said colonies,' her Most Gracious Majesty has 'ciar-' ciaer) and exhausted tho powers reserved by the Aot pf the Imperial Parliament, pawed to enable hcr-!tfaj"esty to assent to a bill, ns ...

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To the Editor of the Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

S IR,--I am liure. that, tho, sntiáfjetion^ whiçl'i all muit feel at the elevation of the 'Clarence, ^.Siphmpn^.^alÁiner, will more than cpinpetisate for atty dis. appointment which we '.haVo hitherto expe¿ienced in ita. mismanageníén.t. ' To say that. Editors, oro "pomoiiniei careless about correspondence». dull of apprehension, oj* "dishonest by design, is only , saying, tb at they .aiV^öi.eül.like ourselves; worthyorunwprtpyitijpron ' portion as they' arfe. more;ôr;lesV úpove prejudices, anil. Other " ^(^tQj$pcea which influence human: açtsf;.-.- j', ^ . '. It ,has bceri .eai|l:'tíi'át Totjig aa .man is time . sei-YW'p/ from necessity/* hW.póweiB broi\ght( to .bear ¿n^/com«* nuinityWc çrc^tly': to' ^V^Mis?* oh . ; . ' ^nnd *uj2gê3t5threefact8, eacH.of them %lly ^ebpfii/ia the now-swàmped js-xexpciiinKwU- jTCiieaa facts,- considered >' iV<rckthín'-to each other, and in their ^blárióg' 'íipátí'the interests of a coin munity, your readers must perceive to .Î5'iJ>e b...

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Latest Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

Là^t ïnielligence. [. . '.Parity and palley haye accepted the Emigration Coinniisaionerauip!!,-. aiid proceed io England by'the Great britain. Parkes Ijns resigned his scat.. . ' Lady Young has laid the comèrr stone, of the Sailors'ilomc. . 1 " Richard Green goes! tb England to challenge tlio champion puller":.. :... ' .. Telegrams, received announcing that Íle.úro-pneurapnin has gone beyond the Gundary at,Deniliquin. : The Bremen barque, iJiana, from China, bound to Valparaiso, ha's put in at, Melbourne with the captain and crew fjjp jlvc English bolque AugU>ia,;,fi'örn Cardiff tb. Manila, píoked- np on the ^.6,t|(..March, Thc Augusta foundered on, the gfth. , : . ; The late Opp'ositiph members in the Upper-.House, to thé humber ot twenty .inclrtilin'^'tjie President, unitedly seat ''iii their reaignar.iptis to the Governor yes ."terday-wcek,. H is . Excellency regretted ?'their, resignation, yet stated that he had no alternative: but to accept them. The Ministry induced the Gov...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

ABSTEIGT OF .SALES DY AUCTION ,':'.)-." DURING- THE WEEK. J SIB THOMAS FISHER-At 'tticT Ciaron» . ".-Hotel, to-raoçrow.'.at ll o'olook, ïroehold .Homo and Land in Pound-street.;{ -: ¡ .THE .DAILIl'Er-At the Steam Packet. Inn, v.'. South Grafton; to-morrow, at''ll"o'clock, v ' '' Dray, Harness, ' Maa«; ' Doúbló-bawelléd ií'Gun, and Sundries. . - ,i ?' '&. v ! '. .;> : ' -i ? ?.?.?' " ' " . - . -ij. ' -Tb ^ ADVERT late arrival bf the Richmond 'mail; we àréV- compelled -to : omit? several ot; our advertisements. 'T '<",' '. POLICE . CoüaT.-rjTheréhas Been' no businèss transacted iii this Cottri djiring thé5 past week. -The' rifcxt^Gbtwti of Petty Sessions will be held*'ou Friday; 3liVMey< .'. :? ^ ' ? . ÇOLONM WPBRMANSHIIP. ^ have] been favoured with à view of some '.earlings .Manufactured from Tooloom gfrlâ, by Mr.; _ Norman, '"bf. this;1 town.. The design, representing' the melon,,ii tafeen from.a late number pf thV///tts* iffied\?London News,'"'-'The...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

^ B'r ^ íec'ent.'retnrh' of Piiotáge Kates . ' :? ariffHavlionr Due's,, we learhj'that the, Pilot establishment at the'IIchds"rests - Í Í-" s1 the'-colony something like-two pounds ;?'-'- . V'^ 'PÇr .4°y« while the dues derived from thc .j-' ?" " same feource realize but one j BO that in ;.:¿¡pla1n-language the establishment shows, i ;v^att excess of expenditure- óveiv that of, - -¿K^ income to ..the tune, of something like, : - ."v . £400 per annum.; :-Now.,-,)it^ould;.be . ' ^ unwise to . impede, the opérations of ; ri^Öl^establishinent by an^penny\yisej - . economy} ; ;for "the value" of-, such> :arjj| r' -similar institutions}' depend ?upori$h^jr.' ;;«fBcietícv/' f'arid.efficiency cannot Jrhc ^.:;bou^fcbclów; ils price.-'. . ; V Ï:; i''Z-V\--W.é'^pei^Í:Í&atin somè-'d'epa^fliients. .:'.. .fi ; of/^Ke rExecutivé' ïosSj;''.thëV:'rëHni|.'. 0-cannot, in .'the-°mtnre':óf;)hl9^;n|éarl: f.v. A9Hy>!pr^pôrtiôn!;'to tho UexptmseS.'iiiif; . i:- cüh'eá; but .certainly'thovPflb£...

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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