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DR. LANG'S EMIGRATION SCHEME TO QUEENSLAND OPPOSED BY THE GLASGOW TRADES UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

DR. LANG'S EMIGRATION SCHEME TO ; - QUEENSLAND OPPOSED- BY THE i GLASGOW TEADES'- UNION. 'Ix tho SCOTTISH BANNER of tho Oth bf Mnroli Inst, wo And tho following roport :-. .'?'-. : Tho Secretary'rend a letter from Dr. Lang anent omigratîon : to Queensland, craving tho auspiees'oj th« Council (te a -Iccturo fin tho sjibjoot._^"? _j ???? ..: ": 'MivOiimuung, with^refoSanoo'-;td' Di,,Lang's.' letter, contradicted that, gentleman's assortions, on tho-,authority of information which hp bad ft«m Sydney.1' By tho last mail he'learned that tho. Doctor liad porno hero to catch flats. Aus- tralia was never worse than it has heon for- tho last six montliä.. Sydnoy and Melbourne wero aliko. His own son lind gono sin. -month; idlo during tho last year, Do was only sorry that ho 'could not do this oise justice,. but ho lind to repent thnt tho Doctor was hero to' catch flats. Mr.!'Hunier'corroborated Mr. Gumming on : tho saino authority-loiters from Australia,, from Mr 'Dodds, whom the Counoil all...

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COTTON AND ITS CULTIVATION. PART V. MAKING COTTON (CONTINUEN) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

? COTTON, AND ITS CULTIVA-! ?TION- ' . , (uv to. T.-rnonfE, pp rouisiAKA.) ; j l'ut «ptyj>;.'fif ^i^èiokifij^«'4'î?'»th<I»,»9 ' ' .ip Urëjbitvr fart of. Jv^y**i$4 ioplÜW* , ''iwiiliont 'in«f(H(»*î>)»| lQ','tft«vOh;ri*tfli>hs * 'liolid*;/». .I,!» wbrfcy ip *K*i*Jniwyi but -(becomes tedious frt>atäl».»8Uiewii 1 *ffc« . ? field ff^ndv^^ê/^âtr^^f^^Hi), a tnukrl *u<l h*^'.-." tfhe.h«?t<rtilâ| í«fi *t thç 'Jiratf nof v^jWU«»««!^^'' Ut..iiftjïft sllipiui'cil frtfßf ¿fie '* uiclírr* " tí&k by « *in»j», owd ; i» uxá Kn httJá th¿ cOtSloo a; i' fi Men from,the bott. * Whrttylw ty >' it tv1 pmniietl into ihi' 'Iwfci'ty thu j . muline, J4">(ml5nrt«lttfctH>nl'1l> «h» j ' Kaili 'noni piikv fnlni tm imndl 4 an,,'.) Jflfty ' J« lb(cc .hundred -ptrtiiMÎï «P' »<.«u j > rolum " cacti day». Ali<iitf*It XMjnc iifii«*i ' of extrdorrttnury «Mhiy fc« lnuinl,t"w! U ïheweïiW be iarr $u.s, lut IÍ¿>V¿K» 'i* citrifîèd.;f...

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ALDERMAN FOR WEST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

ALDERMAN ,FOU WEST WARD. A MEKTiNR, opnvcned. by advertise* mont ia the local paper, was held On i Saturday evening, at thc Grafton Hotel, Mary-street. > The . attendance was ' very ; limited,' consisting of some donen - persons, Mr. Collie ' ocoupied Hie ohanyand stated the object of tho meeting, He regretted: the thin attçnd ? ance, but said"h^believéd^thoscrprcsentí were residents' inVthe ward ; and ; they wished to deoideupon a ' suitable per* son to represent them. r He was one of those who believed they had riot had a share of thc fund« expended; in; their 'Ward j but with the hmited means at the-disposal of the Counpil, perhaps, they could haridly, Expect''more.. ' * ^ Mi'. 3Sdgi.r proposed,-and"Mr. James 'seconded,'..-?? That-Mr.M^Sr Whlte was a fit and proper person to.represent thc Ward." r . ,.V; Alderman Payne said he believed there were géntlemenin the ward.\yho '. were competent both in ability , and .re- spectability to represent them... He then van'over tho names ...

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THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

; THE NEW ZEALAND; \AR. . No one (5saya: tba-\ SJVTHEUM CROÄS)/ ever expect eJ great results (Vom negotia- tions; with the natives south of Taranaki, and events are every day oecuring clearly proving that if the peace of New Zealand is to bc restored, > natives late - in, arms against Govèinment, who are unwilling to, accept most indulgent and meeciiflil twimsi, must be dealt with according to. tlieiB: "Cesemn-j-^ '-, ?' , The futute of the. province; of Taranaki is gloomy Viii tlie extrem*. '." The settlers are naturally unwilling to, invest thnej: labour,' and' capUal jn a 'country open, at any moment, to; a: southern raid j and, ihotigh many of their fami'ies have al- ready returned from /Nelson, ' we fear greatly i that if the prçsént^state.oî things continues long; they ? willi havVoaW gained the privilege of companÍQ^W\in«iisforr tune by, their-return hom*. 4*v\Ply-:' mouth must remain; a.mere milljgry^iosi tidn till peace, is . established! çn some secure and permanent bas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

^ 'iv, >? y H ,*v » f-/ÍÍ5! Wv 'M'Ai/» »Äff labours/afui'^.Tt^U ,' " the work of the yeai- ^îi. i -K ?,"? Christmas holidays are strictly kepi, ano is the great Raia season of the negro, It may be likened to Hie saturnalia of the Romans, modified by decency and deco rum; ".' The, waggons and carts are at their service to carry their corn, fodder,chickens, and eggs; to the neighbouring city or vil- lage," the return toa*} " being made up of finery and luxuries for the feasts of the holidays. Invitations for exchange of visits are; circulated among the "negroes of different plantations ; fiddlers are in de- mand; and dancing and merriment cha- racterize the hours of night and day. ? At this season " the master "isseldom from' home ; hts presente is needed to pre- serve "order ji Dût he hew interferes, unii I less there'bé rnrienes»'and'violence,.whiehJ is seldom the . case. No people in the world are more polite and courteous than the negroes while enjoying their " high life below ...

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ANOTHER WORD UPON OUR SCHOOL MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

AiíÓflIlüH WOIÚ) f/l'ON OU¿ ?SCHOOL TO THB KÛITpn' OV ÏHE,I:XAJ1IN. 1!, v j i '??'?'Stn,--I jippp, ll shall iiiit bo iiilnvKg" -;loo.. iiiiuch upon your BMice iti\ivquí:stlnj¡ .Oi ' icii'çr- ;: tion of n fuir.liucs in rcnlyMo Local Vat r',>!\j'.! wlioy seems Iprriblyj indignant thut aviv ,'**.«''; 'should hav'o tho nu'da'pity lo 'question hi* manager 'ment, launching,into'; auch bitter im nbU: es,'«'.1 aro unnecessary mid luienlled fur. ' ? ? ]Io8aV8it is ovidüíi'-"'. Rillier of ii limn ir; 'has innclo no inquiricj cf tiny of tha jwHieyupn-' corned, such ns .''Loci I I'atronV,"' &o.,' .' 'Ac thc olforts mndo hv . rcilyc'iig Jho Inti .i.-iiel'Hirv ?"Ifuthor of a ¿faini!;woulil, b¿|í t'» inform'; " Local Patron ". ho. '<» ufit 'iuiiót'ailt 'D'' fad it hat'Ute requisito iioiice Ji.iil. fen givr';i l-i'tbs' Board by tho lato Icàtihèi* liià: iiili'iiikd IY-I'I' lindon, nuil lils ii'ot::l)eiií^,'rf|iViói,'d. ot 110 partilion mndo,|o rqii;ivp ano'hçiv wiiiiUl itviiii-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

WANTKI), ;i/fTr\TïON,'by a "~ .Young- >f\:;t>, "/,:«?. lins-??? Ijeen' yoWistoniuJ lo/Co'.nn < üfoiikeeping and ,:.]î>nililu'(/ii':. A'iiiie.-» li X., y.?w,iiW0jj(l(.. 1 270 WAXTH1), a/rr?.T,VI.R SElt V\XT. /\|)pK tn Mrs: AV. LAVTl! BNCUVla,..«,' ijoal. ',UU> ï¥fANTM>, ., J V¿, of, , (îoofl ' T cl..«acte:^'v,/;, m thc M,iblii ïjn.1 nv-ilu? hufbdf ^niwUv . iwcful. Applv u> G, MY Btonsvillc. U 170 rpÔ HUÏTiDHK.-. -^ MIDERS awl -.' rrpuircil for \W/erection .-of.' o¡ Apply on TUESDAY, at lV Examiner Office, PfiiicWrect' 2Ö1 {' raiO SlMJTl'i'IÎS p^flbNCKJU'i ?*-..i--\\r!uuwl. iuo Wty<. ?kt: proceed about; eighty unlca (1J« Ac tiilerior, lo splif iiDcl put up alWi^onc tmlu.nf- two'. rntle'Jy ft«i<^.wJSyw^rllu*,;'»articttlsws apply-' Ho Atr. â//VJî ÜY, Coi nw nil Tarli, Grafton. * ' 206 \ "JtrOTJCH.-J lierrli//iithorise Mr. f" 'WILLIAM ATWATEK, as my At-eut, tu COLTiJfl&r SUIîSCllïlV i TlONtí ?ibr the j/r/icoiitiiig> Annual Kan...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

lÂ:TESTf C OMMÍBOIAL PRODUCE. CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE, _ [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] Annn'ÁM during tim pnBt weck bavo boen fair» .and business 'on tho wiiólo has boon brisk. * Wheat continues in fair demand at Cs -lo ls' for Now South Wales, fis. for Launocstoii, »nd S's lo 8s 3d for Adelaide. ^ ? Maizo remains unaltorcd. ' . Flour Bolla at IB/, for largo parcels,' but thp demand is not 'first-rate. BronW-Wo have Bold Bomo considerable quan» tilica at ls fid, at wliioh price there is a fair flo maud, , ' lucerno'Hay-We have sold readily at£G 10s Wollongong Buttor is in good demand fer primo parcels. -, : j ?'?:'.-'; Bacon-3d, to Od,.pcr,lb. ': - , i > Bàrloy, En'gli6h-"6s. to'?*. I>or bushel;, Ditto, Cape-Os ? ] Bran-ls.4d por bushc) . Butter-Od' to ls per lb.' ' Calvos-8G8 to 40a each''^ > ? ," üheeso-3d to 6d ' ' . VU;ur-finest Town-18' to 10/. por ton Ditto, fino Adoloido-19/. to 20/ do '.>Ulo, firio.Oountry, 18/to 19' do Ditto, Hnxall-per barrel, nono.,.' Ditto vht...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities, but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. SELF-OULTURE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, . . i O' ' ' ' Ora columns oro opon to all writers who refrain Crom,the use of virulont languago or perso- nalities, but - wo. aro not responsible for' opinions expressed. *.-. i.;'.-,'!,'-' . " -. ; ; 'SELF-CULTURE. ' TO THE EDITOR OS.ÏIIE EXAMINEE." ' Sm-Permit mc, through tho modium of your valuable journal, to address a few words " to "tho young men of Casino and surrounding distriot. Two parts of speech oxprcs's, tho . Bubjeot on wjiiohl propoBo to nddrcss thom j ;'yot your columns of noxt iseno could «ot exhaust, tho full- ness of their meaning,-0Ei.F-Ctri,TunE I will,1 without apology.'tnke my stand an assertive sentence)-vie» ! ".That mari; Without cultivation,: is little romoyodj/roin)^ working bul lóót." Whatever tho' powell'; capatijlitios, facul- ties and dispositions with'whioh his ôreiitor hath endued.him-; all make,.him utt better than,a splendid abortion. Self-Culture is ho less obli- gatory tlion essential j it is within reach of every olin,...

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BOTANIC GARDENS, QUEENSLAND. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

tyíwXMlO ' GARDENE QUE ENSIIAÎT vi' 'TteE;'* 'following' cqnflcnscdis report .of ' Mr. W. ; Hill, the: dir^çtm- of the .Botanic. Gardens, (^"eenslond; will he perused .with interest by'those,pccupied in horticulture and floriculture ,: Submtyting'to.tiip.tn^^ hiving but" > tho'. grounds;' .>"-cowmenecd- 'tlio, .Pmetuin (ii collection of Coneforav pr Pines riot surpassed in'nny of .'tho British', colonies) and Uib.present o\(onpp3;froin,tho entronco along tho principal walk alford any fuir': specimen of what may bó'dohó with this 'description of-'tree'Tor the beautifying of lawns br porks. - / In.mysplpctiqh.of plantsI àbvays. kopt in view, tho fact iliac' tlicsó.gardens wciVdcèigiied to ,bo conio not niorcly aplbasnpji aiid'iíljtriíbtivoresort^ b»t'a! nursery for tho prowátjon ofi'süoh as wjjijo', capable/.ofbeing¿ turned td^firofitablo^acco.uiit lipon moro f tbiiöcd cultivation if tybund tô|.bô. nmdily'nçoliiiiÂtis^.; ' Tho success oftoho ëxp'èri^ nidnt lias boen móst'grátify...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUT CORRESPONDENT.] Monday, June 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

tessssss. ... ., S YT) NEY. (' i ' * [i'itOM díllt' COUIIESI'ONDENT.] . )\ Monday; June 17tli. ÏHE daily, papers fpivíheja hav¿bcen ^ the fiñim(^!4epati^nVof ;]ffic. c/Jlóóy> Mr, Alexander'-''CjihïpbèlïjhM'^dctàted some discre'pency between a certain statement î made by ; Mi'.' Cowper, "on some public occasion j and tlie, returns, as issued from the Treasury. \. What the difference is:.;nnd;>hoW;t\';it ] arises; wpuld be top tedious a task to enter into now ;'bui^lui a^ small degrcji oKcxciteri^^ no doútbt; repay the^oyei^ o^acts arid águrcs^hc ranonly# (Cnóúgh'tó wade, 'through^the columns iof Èeràlitiov. ^ A cörresp6ri^'erit',öf/tÍio'*HcraÍd/.' pf .June' I?; suggests,' the ipossibility:" and (cyca'(cei-tahity of Tjeing^ ,rible , to -grow icattivn; jp^ee, .indigo, .an^sugai,; on' thc' üiorth Tcóast' pf'Australi^ (proposes,, ..fhe, introduction. -of .' Jabour ; tfhlsägrae wMUypuiM^ ¡mg ¡cotton by family labour alone? Apropos of cotton, is it a fact that your association, has e...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

ABSTRACT. OF ,'.SALES . BY ÁTJ0TION PURING 'inn- WEEK. MR. P. VINDIK.-At his -Booina, THIS DAY, nt ll o'clock, Leased of Houso und ' Store, Queen-strcot, land Town of Grafton, ! . ' lroimroof Snfo. ? MR, IL J. HOLT.-At tho - Royal liol*], . . THIS DAY, nt 2 o'clook, Oaten Hay. MU. THOMAS} FISIIlilKu-At «io Braidenoo . of Mr. Plált, Mnryi«tteót,\on THURS, DAY, iit^ll o'dook, Household ïurnitiyre, THE ])AlÍ-''n?í,-TANt tlío,01nronco'*Hotel, on SATURDAY, nt 12 oMoets, Right, Titlo, and Interest in Land(ina<llo«8o ra'Pound.. street. . ' \: '? ??' MR, CLEMANT. - At tho ^Sawyer's Anns;. West Bnllina, on1 MONDAY, BUIIOOIÍB, Horses, Truck, Cedar, &o. ,r; , .,.',;--. , "-'ii- - ? - .? t PJÍTTY SUSSIONS;-Thc next Court of Petty Sessions will be held on Friday .thc iiSth instant. Germans who "wish to be naturalised are requested to at- tend in order to be sworn in,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

.JG STEAM TO SYDNEY.. " C'>,' 'jj_ r rj^TTEr tfcll knqwn Si/anibont : Waiv'Aol .dtsjíatolioi/' fwiVBYDfBT, from Grafton, on AVJïDîaiSD^aMO/NINa, Juno 2ßth,-' st' dayliglit,'«kiri¿ in oarR/ut tho various 'wharves. :' ' <.'» For Ml particulars os to freight, &c.,appl; to . Tho Cn])tam,'oii board. .1 OTICE is 'hereby given; that interest V is allowed by. this Branch on fixed deposits, namely :^-= ? Öi> cJeßdsitB foi' 12 months, '4 'per .cent, per.annum, j't-. : -, On- deposits 'M GééûnM} 3 per ceritv peramiutri; y^' . \ . ly On deposj^ifb^^ipifths, 3 per cent, per annum.' 1/ "?. BANK 'POST BILES :\vith interest: ?added at. these';, grates regp.efii;iyely ,are issued payable to order. . ?" * ; ? HENRY CUTHBERT,. . Manager. Grafton, April 1st. :.,'V.-;A LOUGHS, HARROWS, ¡&C.-T J. and G. TOMBS ' (formerly with Mr. C. .Lawn, of Hinton) beg to, in-','j formrEarmers on ^ ßH»rence that they ] are »OW; preparadlo'SECUTE TO ORDER, PJtfUGHS/f the well known,-LAÏW...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

TUESDAY; J UNEN25, ,1861. , TUB remarkable; pricb'winch thc land %¿pf JOSEPH " SnAUF^rought at last r week's sale, wilt^oV-j^^to, $$<>vc that': erroneous , imprcs^o^^ ? ' - account of : ÛicT^c^d^appiwrs ' to. haye had upon the 'minds of .thcS; public,'. iii reference., to , thc.' Clarence,. .£315 for : .<- halfvah^inrc of land.! whiehbutafe'w "'?'years was-thought dear, at ¿68 per acre ! and we may'justly. hope that the sale will-prove', an omen for^^ ibwn;:forno-stronÄexjajmce^n bc ;:*«lian?tffi \vithÍiï itV fJ'We ' may therefore take coiü'áge,- and -prepare ourselves, fur the future'which lies' , before ns. « At no distant period \vXarc,!assurcd' that thc Clarence is; to be^isite3\by the GO- VERNOR aiul some thc Nnembei-s ol the Gbvernment itself; -,T.h»-recfiptibn that tiley shall nicet A^th],:àikVthc. im- pressions-uindc by their ^sity\\ill' inatq; rally colourthc nctiou'4joMne':'Govcriv mcnt^'m' reference"- loV^Niie district Thçre;;is one- pleasing ' fe...

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QUEENSLAND. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

. QUEENSLAND. ' '.í ,' MVoírt thc Courier.) . ' . : BüiLöiSti^ßociiiTy, No 3.-The !ilWcnty«eÍRlul0^nthly meeting of Building Socic^ lío. 3, waa 'held last nightjuf-thc Police Office. The. sum of ? -Ê835 waa ïeddived in cash and,. 26 shares were Sold at ad. average of over lS£ per beut, interest. The second annuál re port^sb'ow'jig the arfair^Bf. the Society, to he.in-lv^yerj'''^unslung ; state,; was read- add aaopted. Messrs. P. Mayne andG. M'Adum^hs retiring directors, . Were''UnanimoiF; .^elected. .[/Mr; '"í:'^{^StAK¿;^felSASI. NAVIGATÍOÍF COMPANY.-By tagLmaii araiviiig yes- terday, thc Directoral thé Queensland . Steam Navigation Conmay. haye received .advices from their London, agents, fivîçssrs. F. Mangles and Co., and also! fcfrom Capt. Patullo. À contract of a'very Jontio<'notoi'jt_,>atui,o_llDiil-l>«00-oojicludoct |with an eminent firm for the required steam boat> which is to be:.completed ready for sèajby. the,15th October next. As tbÍB allows, upwm'd^ o...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

. ^ ':, RICHMOND MVËttV ' Juno 29.-Helen, Sootia¿ and Cullender, fíüin ; Syduey. ? . ? ? . .'? DmnTtiiiK. ?' ^ ? ? .. July 3.-Khodoriuk Dim, for Sydney : '.' Log»,o/.TË^fl\Ôjkiît.TonnB8 SxiUiiâ. . " fa'..- The Vixcnj frowMorWofl^ay, reports, tho total, .?..-....?.i..?, lou of'tho trotino Hw» Captain riaher, of v Hobart Dowd,' which vc%l was cast away on \Vrcclc Hoof, in, Torres Straits, dbout twclvodnys. ago. I'l'bo captain and cfo* took to tho bofttä"f : . and Captain Fisher with part of tho crow, ttr" crew proceeded to Brisbnuo in tho Jenny_ Doyo,^ ? and the remainder were at tho pilot station,- on Moretón Island. When tho Vixon waa reaching, down flio Bay, another boat* waï observed, with . .Bovcn hands'm her, and a distress flag flying;' ?W. ' Captain Dennett hove-to to tuko thoïn on.boawj^ biit the pilot met them, {iud.-, they made for tho* ... station.-Herald, July 1st." ' v; " .Tho Grafton loft Sydney at 10 p.m. on Wak ncaday ¡ arrived at Newcastle, at daylight orf '.Thursday...

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LAUNCH OF THE RIVER STEAMBOAT ULMARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

l!ï,ATJNCH OS THE RIVER STEAMBOAT . J-\ \ ULMARRA. TUtí vess inbuilt by Captain Rountree, at his v dook'yai,d, .\^erta;\r Bay, to the order of tho Clarence and Kichmpiul Hirer Steam Navigation : . , v Company, was laundhcd on Saturday afternoon, i ? : in the presence oft» íaVge party of visitors. I'lio - Ulmarra is a BtornWli&l steamboat intended to convey passengers agd produce on tho Clarenoo River,-and to form ißie Various stations beyond Grafton, for whiohV scrvico. tho company's ? tea steamers by reason of \thcir draft of water, cannot be niado availabV. Sjho will also bo found of eminent service in crossing tho bar and land- ing passengers und carga on wich emergencies as liavoouly lately occurred," when, in consequence .; ? ? ? of tho state of thomar, ingress to the.rivcr from . tho se« by tho steamers was rendered impossible ??;-v ''-», for many days. *... .'" ,-,t. Tho dimwiBions of tlie»Ulmarra ore as follows." =. Length, 8G feet j widtli,.lG feet j' depth, 5 feet ...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE " >v ?? MAILS. -; forainôra^uèada-;, at 1 a.m. u '.' ^iTO:^censIand/TiB,Cujiho/l,iie«tlay,at7a.in To Armidale, Wednesday ,'at/3 a.m. ' To Tabulam, Monday aVid Friday, at 8 a m. To Sydnoy, by steamer, Wéd&day morning.. Anni VAM AT Qto^pN'i .;> From Casino, &c., Saturday, ntM5 pm. From Queensland, via Cosing; Saturday, .at G ^X^n^lmia^^ , From TflttjulaiiJ^ueHay and I'ridny, 3pm ; :Fi'om Syditijv, byWc^injj', Saturday afternoon.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

' íFllE UadersÍRnc^bcRs to inform his ! -r-riJ.-" numerous friends that he has'this - day disposed of all his INTEREST: '¡ in'¡the Plant and Copyright of thc .Clarence ? and\lhehmona Examiner to MR. RIClLAtol SrEVENSON. . Those pai-àl^hoymîiyJh*ave paid their . Subscriptions fov the current quarter . previous to the change will be furnished with papers as usual, . without, any *' further payWnt^bcing required, v ^ 43 ^ ^E. VINCENT, ÎROM;AND AFT-ERTHIS DATE, all MONIES diie.to thc'CLARENCE' AND RIGHMOVP EXAMINER, .-for^Sub icriptioria,k Or Auveiitisements will^be PAID o\ily to\thosç peYsons authorised to receivettlite'Bmne by themndersigncd. RICHARD ^TE%ENSON; Sole Proprietor. , EXAMINER Office, V ' Prince-street, N ortji grafton, April 1. THE UNDERSIGNED having dis- posed of ALL HIS 'INTEREST in .thu Clarence and ¡Richmond Eoíaminúr¡ begs to request all parties who may bt indebted to him to;scttle their accounts forthwith,- and all parties having daunt ii, / against him to, forward ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities, but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. STEAM AND OUR STEAM ACCOMMO[?] DATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

ORIGINAL CORRESPOÏIÔËHCE, ; I AOuu columps are ope» to nil writer* who refs a¿U. from tito «so of vim len I. hugúnge or pemo. ímüticí^bul w-TWO not lesjionsiblt; '-for:' opinion? «nnvsaeijb y:. ?SXBAÏI ttoyOUIt\sïUAM> ACCODUQ, Stn,-OWrvinp: t^VTe^-rÍ', ^ }W( '. MSUO. of July 2nd, droivinj; th&ntl dation of tho rcsj¡]i'iU¡> and BOtUcra of tho Clarence Itiwr, to thiwyoat fib.fiiiil nrojior elisa of ttaw uonta miitapl«: for/ i ! tliï» triido, I oUim ii small spneo in reply.. : -Tho luttera iii question* haro cfiucritly bren written, liv pot.ious ontiwly i'guoVhnt of .(Univ.,, snood, "And carrying capacity m fnor,; from, tho -tonpr.'of. tho . kl tere, ono ; would: suppose .tlmt VtI»^fl(V^irs:«krio\T ns ;iiiuoh .^Iteut-^tb^v^'tíiir "abjiyp »übjcctäM ihby!do f.bb'ut liming balta; otnorwjiio thor wcitM* bave fypt ttio kn^wjuofe^ if. thor po3áOiiiic(l ftny, to theiúsolvos. < v ->. -J Üowoxor, in this cáflo,'(í do not' wt^ijiltb; opon a iiow»pá'po^ ' that,tho ÍTi'...

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