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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

. M fofC.Í l(Â ¿> COU N CI 'li .V ' .. ";? ,T.HUIÇSDAV, M>Y IOTJUV-V .< .\ .PRESENT :Tlië 'v Mayor,; uAldermcrt; Payne, Av«iy)\./;Cow»oyA^Gilm9çe/' McFadden), and Lardner. - tr;j .<. %%>. ? - ?' - ¡MINPTES. ^ .. iy Thé. minutes', of ; .the^last . meeting' were read and confirmed. . ,.;..">;,; ."' :. * .. ..:*NOT^È3;OP .ÎipïîoN. - s >;? : iL':", AÍderman'AvERX-' to; move)»-^hat as, MaryTstreet is [being cleared, it is desk v'able that'a brjdgc < be - built, over, the .Creek; and/that. Vrsumi of^moóéyí JA . placed qn>the.Estimates.hr tho [same. I;' «';:'Alderman; AVERY- to'. movèj-r+Tbat. vAlicé-street bè^cleared "from . Gliv,cr\ street'toFryJsU'obt, and other necessary; repairs^ and\that* a sum ? of- money be piaoed, biV;»thèvEsti«i!ite8.,, v.-,:;,,:..,' . " Alderman .AVEUY^O nwve^That asr .Pound-street is theordv street availablo . in,.tinie .of Uood8,\ it - is desirable to .remove all stamp's mid other accumula- tions,'and tofcffec...

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

ULMAÏÏRA. ' .'FjCnOM-.OÜR WM'; CORRESPONDENT.].- . /r;Ä1ß'^^HB' .LAWS "F^ooos.-^-Iu :tfnr^l93t>^adyj(^%3/to> the.probability* pf. considerable dàmage to property by the late floods j " we^are; however, thank- ful -to state, that with one, or two ex- ceptions, Ulmarra has beer^-fórtunate in this! respect.; * Thr public wharf ad ;joinjñg.the',Ülmárrá hotel, was'rendered perfectly, useless - by ;>. the : late floods j but thanks to. the érïërgy and chter-' 'prise of a co'nsi'dërttble portion pf the ah ip pera, .it Mina. :fiéèn" J .rèpl ticed,' by a larger : and vmprÍB¡,:8^ abd is nownearing completion: y' I *?" .. ' THB.:: WEATHER!',- The;,., Jaie < fine weather, has given the farmers some little encouragement ''td; préparé' the land' for wheat.; ' vvÄ).i%a^^',-:;-govtiäns - pf .fine ' weather continúe . for ¿the. next' $optB;f^^ Ávül;be?.1in>ú^t'''un4^ jt]bA'!,ÍH«w«iw.*!¡ ít . is expected' that ?'cönsidel'abl'e <;pbrtion8 .ijf thé làte corri^^ill^^üff...

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

i i } . 1 1 '' /TtUANÖ, FROM' THE-SOUTH Vi SEA ISLANDS.-By -late afp.-' vals; the Undersigned has received ship-, ments of GUANO, ,from M'Keon's and Baker's Islands, samples of, which, having ; been- : submitted', . to Professor Watt, of the University1 pf. Sydney, and ...Miv,..Norrie, Analytical Chemist, Pitt-street>;Sydney, : their analyses give the following- highly favourable re- sult :- ' ,, , ,, // Phospatcs and Carbonate of Janie/ C~ '(bone earth) /..?', \ J .\/^>{ Moisture. ,',/.".. / ./.? .ir,r28i .Organic.inatrjffr-">N I//-' i$ Saline matte/ ^ J/"* ;/ .'ioo BAIION LIEBIG, irfhis " Elements of Chemisti*y,'':i.8voveaition, ;. page 243, says-" Guano ; acts f as a sort of am- monia, but its'chief value depends un- doubtedly . on the PHOSPHATES it: con- tains." ir. The Guano now oiferred to oui'.'agri fculturists-and graziers, contains a-larger. I per- , ccntagc of this fertilizing.substance; t.thau-any,which has hitherto been dis- covered. . \ , ' '. i Thc enormous" e...

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GRAFTON SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

GRAFTON SCHOOL OF ARTS.. > . - > - u< Tn s committee ; of the above ' MStitu tion met*oñ^rrday.evening. Present : : AlderjnáV Avíhy.ííp the-chair, jessi's. GnthbertiNHitcbinBv: Chapman, Page, and "Lnman\ V \ .. The minutes onlieJast meeting were . read and cimfinned/and the SECRETARY -read the, report-ofrthe.sub^oommittee appointed to inspect? the budding.' ; ? Moved bv Mr.-PAGE,-! and -seconded by Mr. HITCHINS, rthat-ihe report be received and tenders «ailed for to qarry out the woit as recommended. ..ii--. , . Mo\ed i by . Mft CHAPMAT?, aiyl seconded. by¡ Mr;. GUT»BÈra¡? that' the .Secvetàry.be înstruotiftbto.get the woll at theirear oCithp-buUding^leftjby'thc contractor m 'a dangerous condition filled,m af opce.".^ : . (- . -i i, ;. ' TheJîSECRETARX reported thai about 4S36 had been, collected by 'certain . .ladies, for the purchase of a piano !for. Jhe: ' institution ; whereupon, ty-, was. ^nove^ by MK.CUTHBERÏ, and seconded .b'yu.,Mr." CHAPMAN, jhat subscriptio...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our columns are open to all writers who [?] from the use of [?] language [?] personalities, but [?] are not responsible for opinions expressed. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

¡Our columna arr opto <+altip{tm*hftTtfn>\ . 'from the vst of'xituipnt ltnçuagtv f&t$onah^ ]. iics;' buf.4n-arc-nut re^,i>MtNt.firi>ptnieni i tiprtlitd. J i . » i / ^ . 'To the 1 iiiliabitntits of -the 'Clarence, Kichmonil, «nd Now EuRlaud District«. Per- favour of'the Examiner, ; FELLOW-COLONISTS,--When we- as- sembled at Grafton "some months since, to petition our' Queen for. .. Separation from* the thraldom in which we areheld by- New "South . Wales; your friends pointed,.-out to you;. in;, vainer, the treachery concealed hi the' advice"": that you should ask to he formed into a separate" colony." - ? v The deceit now stands admitted.' . In the'Legislature of New South Wales, it has lieen openly and exultingly* con- fessed, that through the machinations of ? New'-Sbuth Wales, you -were treâch-. èiouslypersuaded to .give- ear to -this proposal; With the' covert object of mU* directing^" and'stultifying your struggles for'freedom. Through' the>energy:...

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CATTLE DISEASE PREVENTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

CATTLE DISEASE PREVENTION ACT. As^ Act to regulate the ii»portation;of <.? ?v cattle:for the purpose of prevent. . ring- the introduction of . contagious or infcetiqusídisorders/nirídíto prc . . vent'thc propagation thereof in the colony of New South- 'Wales.; [Assented to, 16th Apnl, 1801. " . ;.. i From thc . Government Gazette. " ? . WHEREAS it is expedient; to check the. introduction into or propagation m.the Colony !. of ..plcuro-pneumonia ; or- other disease, among horned cattle -,. Be it therefore' .enacted by the Queen?«: Most E\-ccellenliw«'Majesty by - and- with the' ndvice-and consent -of-the Legislative Council and -Legislative, Assembly of New South Wales m.Parliament assem- bled and by the authority of the same ns follows:- ?_ . 1. It shall bc lawful for the Gover- nor \vith;;the advice of the .'Executive Council.by proclamation'to pnojnbit the importation or introduction unto the Colony or into-, any port thereof from any specified1 place andforanyrspecifie...

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

CïiÀïlSNCS RiVSR 0O&> THE aeuountayfrour these' diggings sfill continue' very favourable.. ..A party juit returned. from, there .visitcd our office-during the pastAveek, and laid before.Us a large quantity of thefpold -.which he had in-his' possession. - It is of a coarse, shotiy chararter, not water ¿worn; -?'jHe-. asserts that;-all are.doing "well y a;party; of eight: took.out of-one claim-twelve ounces of gold per day. .. Another man sold to our informant,. G.ouhces, 5-penny-weigh ts, ¿the result, -of" one* week's.. work. He ^states that: -many were unable to work, owing to the rain j,but that lie was ontydowu upon business,-and , was returning im- mediately to the diggings. - | " . Provisions -werft plentiful. . I . /Tlie .Tenterfield' Cfotiñicle-statea that thc TimbarraTg'bld-fields. ' are, nowi. ap proaohmg^ development. . ..The ...Table»--., laiíd-diggmgs' ar'cnow likely-totbecome i"of-more; importance: thin;, any--of the -diggings in the Northern 'districts.'?...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] TERRIBLE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

.. [pROM -'bü» tíORBESPÓNDElÍTf] .. *» ? iv'- TERRIC'LE. FI¿W». ir us: a-' month hns:elapse(J since, the. last flood : at the ft orth ' A rm ( ami we are agni ? visited ' with another, tow complete! the -destruction that "the Inst . > hid-' left utitimsli-d; . <:'fn , » hurs'dn'y^ ;the ... 25th Ultimi», the'rain se(.in and cmíiííoed till early on Sunday murnini,'. . uptto which tune no serious-apprehension-that the iVatt*r woúM overftuw ihi^river' kinks was I entertained.;: llie 'wajer, ' however;: .con- tinued risii'g, -'and,, aliotit. eleven O'JC'OCJJ, overflowed, and nV to . seven^o'clock was still -rising; ^at thei rate of fo»ir- -inches perhour.' Alinit minnlght'it Wai at a I standstill, aftet which: .the. waters began i slowly to recede..' The.place, on^-bunday wore a"very forlorn appearance. .< Hosts wrre plyW about the atrceta^- removing1 the residents'forthe high"' land 'for - safrly. not kiiown^vhat^would become of their lioii«es and pVppertyÎV 1 ....

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LAND SALE AT GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

LAND SALE AT GRAFTON. THE following is. the result of the .sine I of-Crown lauds; held .»» at .; . tho . "Police I Office, "'Grafton, on Wednesday, the 115 th May,-with thc name ot the -pur i chaser-'Bjid price paid'for the same: . . í LoTvPüiiCKASBit; . A. . E.- r.-??. ii cition. 1- ttiohard Bligh 81 O Û £144 8 0 2- John Taylor ,92 0 0 , 92 0 0 n-John Hunter B8 0 0 91 0 0 i 4-Ditto\ f 124 0 ' 0 803 16 0 5 -Ditto v , 105 0 0 65 7 6 6-Ditto v-,100 0 0 100 0 0 ! 7-Ditto .MOS 0 0 . 147 0 0 R-Joseph L-e tys 0 0 70 C 0 l14^W¿ L.'Lawreriiie ''0 » 2--"28 31 4 1 r-John M'Kee 0 2 32 , ¡} 10 0 16-r J Walker 0 2 85 '., - ' f4 ! 9 i) 18-R M'Donald 3 0 28 87 "3 0 'Y9-John Woodward 2 2 0 40-17 6 '20-JolhiMatxlOnoM:. 1 . 1-J7-V- IS'll 8 -21-Wm Macdonald 2 2 0,''- 23 S 0 J Walker 1 2 0 ... li O 0 ' 3-Ditto ' 2 a 9 27 17 6 24 A Roth«olukl "0 V '4 '440 23-Toba MhCea "0-2 2 ' 4 10 o 26-James Winter* tt'l M " ^S'10'o it-Ditto ' 0 Vif " J » 7,1) '28-0. Ji Walker- .'ft'O, " »' 4 0 80-F. Dobeiw fi.l f01il...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 May 1861

.^Jt^M^'.-W^-r^WÍJ* ii ).' Captain T. F. .D^,-fer . ^*|*¿TK8;éi«4:JáÁ».i-ÍWe aro informed that tho' ; '"^'i rke»!qfirV;oroaaed :tiie. bar .On -friday, tat r the .py.j;Urar8havjog becn-detamed t-tventyjthreo. dav», . ¿V'¿wjj.Ghfcftoñ.. (eh "«toy», ai(d 'tl]c_Fcnpllû'thrco" Jï^/doy». . if our ?information is 'corropt, ® we bo» Ví.líe.ve it h,' ne.m&j expect ono"of the boati back ?.. from Sydney-by^ho'end of-tho week. ; ?

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

6. SfflBAM T0-S*D»Jjy. J JlWfc bos dietÂa'fi/syjJï'lîïÎ tom T flwftoar fortnight ÍW» »ft«\ nmT, talimg in f¿r¿o atibe 7tuaoiM Erluiriçé '|J Winji pu-Hcitfarn ?*? lo frJgM, ¿<,, upply to eihmCtoiabk, «»<borvd -4F. 1 1 " ^lüOTKiti is heicby given, that mtoest , Wi allott ed by thw Brandum b\ed j ^«poiju^namely T Ou deposits for 12/n»pptlw i per i- cent,, per annum / / , j pi^ deposits fói O/notó'ijad pcrcqnt. i ç.n ?r,On dopoWîoys uifflilîm, « per tent, V< IBÜJÍKJ Íps/Síi^ with uiMi-o4 ,,juldifd it }he* ruU» - z, odiveiy ore if issued riayablè to öidei. ' " *i LI¿M - « HENRY CUTHBERT) v'ro I'L' JO \ / ' Manag«. j5 .iGrafton, Apiil 1st . i , * <« y^O'lButyfl^RS- A N ^CONTRACTORS,, ji. àïOTfi-jlBfePBÛÎÏÛLLY1 intimate that they i.»-} Iv i.are -nów: prepared to erect' sub-. -X.-J -ëtantial<and wellfinislicd'Biyk Houses/ .£? 'J :ln-Town -or 'Country, on- mc 'shortest, s n; Notice and at the lowest possible pr^es. * V ?<>A...

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LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND DROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

Ii AD 0 UR .MARKET. ... ¡'[UAÍau AND mtówx.] _ _ ' A largo number ot tlio «owly arrived mimi'' grunts by tho Nile lins been in attendance in our uiarjkot during tho week, Bomo of whom lmvoi bcoji engaged ata shade lower than tho subjoined j rate of wages.: Our orders for Kiiglish farming! ; men aro numerous, und competent hands pf that;. .V&s wil^lmvc iio difficulty in obtaining employ-! ? inf nt ateiirrcnt'.ralcs,- Pemnlo servants arc re- quired for town and country. ? '?"?.'?' :A\Vngesas below, with board and lodging, or hut'room and râlions, vit. :- , ' 'Married Couples ... 45'. to 60 per annum /Fanning men....'30/. to 35'.. iSurvoyors.inen..;... .35/to 40/'».. ... .. (Gardeners.. ..?..40/ lo CO'. ... ... . . Coachmen .........40/ to CO/...... ... , i, . Ploughmon ... 80/. to35/.%;. I'r SliopTierds ... -28/ to 30/.,. ... ; ? Hutkeopors ... ._25'.,to 27'..;... :'.'.'.. Grooms .'. .35/to 50/. , ! . Blacksmiths ... ...... 00?; lo 80/. ..; ... Y<. Carpenters: ..'.?...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

[ANDERSON, CAMPBElL, .AND CÓ.'s] " ' THE arrivals during tho past wcck.havo not been over many, and business on ilie whole has beon steady. . . ' :. . , In Wheat and Flour an improvement in tho, neighbouring colony has causea some slight brisk-, ness herc. Colonial wheat is in demand at from] Ss Gd to 7s Gd, Adoluido 8s to 8s 3d, and Luiiu ccBton 8s Wo have sold some flouf'.at 18'., at which prico there is a fair domand.;,.r-"; ?' Bran is in demand at ls 4d. ' ' .' . . ?}? Maize'owing to somewhat 'largo arrivals hos rccodod, 4s 3d to'4a 6d is tho 'run ' for-largo' pareóla now. . ',.?"' . '?, . . , Luoeroo/Hay has advancod.tp BJ. tp fii.'lOs for' prinio-parcols, and il. to 4/. 10s for prdmavyi ' . >Woliongong Butter is in good demand at ls .foi1 prime. ; s Bacon-3d.'to 6d. peril). Barloy, English-6s. to 7s. por bushol : .Ditto, Capo-Gs " Bran-ls 4d por bushel ??' '' ; .u"Buttór^9d,tp lsporlb. ' .. ' ; Calvos-86s to^Os'eaeh ' ...!.?" '..-' : -Oliecso-8d to 6d - ; ' Flour-finest Tow...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

-:-.-.-_? ?? - ? L A TEST COMME R Cl Al,, Mr. TuosiAS FISHER reporta having Bold during the past week, oight working and - five fat bullocks-tho fat. at'3i. Cs. low. 10a. ¡ and tho workers atJjfrto"C'.ppr hoad, Tfóur by auotiqii, nine priratelyV V \\

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ALTERATION IN THE DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

ALTERATION IN THE JDKPABTUJIK OP THR STEAMER!?. . /. 'ÏHB company in order to remedy, the inconTem^. ^^ihè' kto doU'fi{ton'uf tliO ítí'ameri nt the bar, >/:?» ¡j.^imé'deterained to run tho Urara and Grafton . . «rn ox.tr» trip each this month. The dat« of sail- ing of each boat, wo understand, .wilT bo ns *<4nder ;- t ' ? ' " . . í ? FBÓM Sronir. j. ... ? Grafton, on Monday, Juno 10th.". ?': . .N Urara, on Monday, June 17th. Grafton, on Thursday, June 20th. . Urara, on Wedneiday, Juno 26th. FBÓM GHAFTOB. ?. " . ? Urara on Tuwday,'June 11th. ; Grafton, on Saturday; June 15ÜI. . * (il Urara, on, Saturday, June 22nd. Grafton on Wednesday, Juno 26th.

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OP THE ? . '.' MAILS. ' ! ; ; DEPABTUSKS FU01T Q BACTON. , To Casino,-Jcc.T Tuesday,at7a.ín. "'????! To Queensland,'via Casino, Tuesday, at 7 a.m. | To Armidale; Wednesday, at 6 a.m. .. .. To Tabulam, Monday and Friday, at 8 a m. To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning. » ABWYAM in GBAPTON. : . : From Casino, &c.,,Saturday, at .6 p m. > From Queensland, Tia Casino, Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Armidale, Monday, at G p.m. . Frort» Tabulam; Tuesday and friday, 3 pm. From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

THE patent plodding persevering .little band of members of thc. Uluiarhi Tnfl? provemcnt Association have át last done a stroke towards raising the hitherto dead, or dormant feelings of a large riumbci of thc inhabitants of this j parish. ' :. . -'? .,J It would seem from facts th,at! came out at a meeting, to which we will pre- sently vefeV-that the Association some time since applied, to Government for a portion of land to be set apart for a common-that through the instrumen- tality of. ClaHt/JryingHMiL.A., the com m on was granted,, and further-, that Mr; Surveyor "Greaves 'had'written' to the President of.fh\Assooiatioii, Mr. Fairweather, requesting him to'appoint n day, in which he, Mr. Greaves, could meet thc Ulmarraitcs, 'and consult their wishes as to : the; site and1 extent of the said common, r . : . ; .:¡¡r ; A meeting of the Association wa» immediately called for Friday, the 7th instant-thc object of which was to take into consideration' tho best means of obtaining thc v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

THE Undersigned begs to inform his . numerous friends that he has .this day disposed <of all his INTEREST in the Plant and Copyright of the Clarènccjmd Richmond Examiner to Mn.; RICHARDv STEVENSON. Those parties who may have paid their : Subscriptions for ? thai current quarter previous to the change Viii he furnished with papers as usual, without any further payment being required. * 43 W. E, VINCENT. NOTICE. FROM AND AFTBil THIS DATE, "{ill MONIES due to the GXARÏNOB AND RICHMOND EXAMINEII, for Sub- scriptions or AdvCTtisements will be PAID only to those persons authorised to receive the same by thc undersigned. ! RICHARD STEVENSON, . Sole Proprietor. EXAMINE« Office, Prince-street, North Grafton, April 1. THE UNDERSIGNED haying dis poséd of ALL HIS INTEREST in the Clarence and Richmond 'Examiner,' begs to request all parties whoi'may : be indebted to him to settle their, accounts forthwith, and all parties having claims" against him to forward, the same with | ab littl...

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THE SYDNEY VOLUNTEERS' SHAM FIGHT. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

THß SYDNJÎY VOLUNTEERS' SHAM' FIGHT. (From- the Herald;) . THE first of, wc hope,' a1 series of shan fights, took place in thc 'Domain 01 Tuesday evening, the 28th of May Although it was not announced to corni off till about ten p'*m;, large number: of volunteers-artillery and rifles were wending their way to thc différai places of rendezvous as early as sever o'clock. The plan of attack, and dtfcnci was as follows:-A foreign mau-of war is discovered coming roiuid Brad lcy,8 Head and up the harbour, and if checked by the fire from thc guns iii Fort Denison, and takes shelter bellini Bradleys Head -, is then supposed tc have sent boats with a, strong force to attack tlie battery at Macquarie Chair. The attacking party, composed of volun- teer companies, at the other side ol the bay-^St. Leonard's, Balmain,, and A. S. N. Companies. The battery opflns fire upon them, and tliey; are tmcWai landing by riflemen in í skirmishing order alontç"tlié" waters' edge, round the battery. « Thc att...

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OUR GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

V OUR GOLD MELDS. ¿4 \ NKW RUSH.;-From búr late advice», .ive learn [that the New Rush, or Smith- field ^iggihgay is still progressing most favourably, the population, receivihg .fresh' ácces8Íoñs^0y,Vaná''a11 parties seemingly doing well. A deputation having for its object the defining of the extent of claim to be alloted toéáoh (patty; ajjjtf tbe nuniber of roch requisite, ito'constitutestne saine, waited upon the commissioner, ,G. G. Emmott, Esq.yon Iiis arrival there a few days agoi v Tlie Commissioner's decision seemstovhave given . general I satisfaction. jHe has granted to í each ímah a i claim" of 26 yards 2 feet, and has intimated that four - will constitute a-' working party.; The diggers appear to be in thcibest' spirits, arid notwithstanding the ? many hardships Vtt.at .they have undergone, seem to bc- uwst1 'saugnine; as to their ultimate s\xcc&%.^fynte)'field Chronicle. M'LEOD'S CBEE^, - We : are in- formed upon good authority thai these diggings arelóokuíg'Vp ...

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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