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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

TUESDAY/ JULY? 9^ 18CI. ' Is cotton worth., growing in New; South "Wales 01^ not/isa^qucstion frequently asked,..:' .ÎÈ^s ï^^argurnent because cotton is.:f¿rn)ie most part grown by slaves, thatiilyVill nbtgiay free labour. : " The expiSriencg of alleges and nations (says an cminent'ivxitcr), demonstrates .that thc work done l»y slaves, though, it appears to, cost onty their maintenu ance, is in«thc end the dearest of any." The real question then at issue with us is whether' cotton can. bc success- fully culHjratcd IhiAis district or : not, .which can.ohly be «roved by « series* of experiments. "¡NTlic^Rss of an isolated acre or two. would be no proof of its failure ; but to find ont ' thc localities where the soil and climate, is cxaètly'; suited to its growth is of the utmost impoitsijcc. ífAat it cáu be- gjwn on thc Clarcflfo.to?&^^ has been shoV», bot that it wbnïd . pay to planton larg^o*- small ejuaatities is yet to bo tested. . -, AVhy should1 not om* sage legislators ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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NEW GAOL AND COURT HOUSE AT GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

'.NEW GAOL'AND COURTHOUSE AT' GRAFTON. OUR readers resident in the town can- not fail have noticed thc . buildings in the course of... erection, near the parsonage intended for . r- new» court-house and lock -up j ,so . l^tig re-1 quiped. The design will, when^ corni plpíedjínresent^i very neat appearance;.' an'd aitcr^he^hJWacc will be -thought' sufficient foXevcrw purpose j but wc are of opinion 1ïh»i Mho court-bouse 4s altogether too^wuall for .the business of this district, anal ere «nany years have passed away will bc found to afford in-, adequate accommodation;-and will1 require to be enlarged. The front elevation of the pourti house consists of ' a porch of turned brick arohos. with stone cornice and blocking, and stone moulding pedi-, i monts. The building.com prises cqurt í room, 32 x 22 j two'rooms, 12 ftset :9 i inches x 12 feet 2 inches ; two rooms 115!fcet 6 inches'x '12 foot, and one 12 x 12 with passages 4 feet wide.; The stone and brick-work of the court- \ house is ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 9 July 1861

ABSTRACT "dp SALES W A'tícxiójí K\ ^ ' nURI>Td THE WEEK: ';)' ' , MJÚJI;1 J.' IIOLTÍ-OIÍ- tburailay.íot llio vceidopco of ¿Mr; T. Shoveller, Pruico-atrccf, ut 2 o'LA)ok, n Watommn's Skiff. Mit THOMAS FISHER.-On Priilay, at tho Clarenco Hotel, ot lt ó clock, Horses, . Bricks, Limo, 12-ton Boat; 4c. ? - MR. II. J.-HOLT.-At tho Claroucoi'fctel. on I Monday, at^ll-o'clookj'tickles, Jauis, I truits, ?v*ajes,""'VVhip3, Dressing-gl&sscs, id I A STEP iftïffîtiî RIOI^T ^ÏÙÊCTIQÂ^ -The «ant o'Oownâiiips'oA^Ä tine from Grafton to "Tenterfield has' long been felt to be a gret^ drawback to:=travellers. The township of Coal» broolt*\Vas surveyed shortly .. after the op^r-^i^f^tlie-New, Linc, since which ' '. .'j -. 11 i ft- ! ? Von : suffered to regain iii ;1¡ii ci' , wè\flnderstan*d, however,', U.\IÍÍ UI ji-uVatc letters will be forwarded bv ihw neV Warner, requesting that îh-î viam.v may^be sold immediately : (bu inlitjwing . petition, - numerously alpKÚ, iVnlso to be sent by the Gra...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. AUSTRALIANS, VOLUNTEER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

OltlGINAï, POETRY. ' AÜSTRMÍANS, VOLUNTEER. .>< _ BY Mt. . ULMAMUITB. '' ' " / Corns all you young \lustraliims bravo, ? 'Dispel your dowds, cast off your fears j ??: r.¡ Jjot cowards by thcVJh-caidea rave, > ( i Como you, and jolAhc Volunteers. Ï icy say tliat you wiü\jÄve to fight That sounds ofv\vnr aro booming near ; Po haps-they oro wrongperhaps, they areright j -., No matter, conico^d Volunteer.: ?.<... - -Tor what ? you ask, oW namyo land . . . ? :1B peaceful we'vo no^nuseTor fear j . ?.. No rumours of a hoslilewand, - M ; .-. ?-( What need havo we to volunteer ? ? No' rumours, . ask thc latest mail, ; = ,'TwíHicllhow wars' hugo visage rears ¡ . <~. Russia and Franco, afc England rail,- :?? > ? Yet we've no need for Volunteers ? .' : America, tho vaunting freeman's boast, : . .¡ : In civil, strife, the: dreaded- conflict nears ¡ ' Tho Union scattered, broken (up 'and lost, ? v: . "With -warrior's -blood,.', commingle statesmen's ? tea...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

' , . \ - EXPORTS. - . '. \ . July 3l.Ç-Uwr8 (M, fo\Sydney: 828. bags »ilaire, 10-1 casks tallo^irM^s potatoes, 3 bara wheat, 357 hides, 10 cases eggs, 6 coops fowfi, . C62 ozs gold, and sundry package's. - , . Tho Grafton lott Sydney on Wednesday, called ¡Í:;O nt Ncwcastji}, and crossed tho bar on Friday at 30 p.m;, arriving at South Grafton" at 7 p.m. - ?i£tho samo cyíníng.X Tho Praia was cjglitwtw k^jloug lsland at 8 p.m. on Tíiuradoj. . . -¿-_:__ ' '

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

?^a¡nÉaXVts3O)-AS0 ütllTVALS OF TIÏE i ' MAILS. . ( i. .DfirAUTCBES ínóit Gfciïîôx. ? Cf ' v Xo Casino, &c., Tuesday,nt 7¡n\ín, ^ \ 'To Queensland, via. Casino, Tiiciday; at 7 a.m \ .To Armidale, Wednesday, at 0'|nn.^ \ To Tabukm, Monday and Friday,.nt '8 a m'. . , To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning. ABBIVAIS AT Qiääiattl ;. From Casino, ic, Saturday, at 6:p m. . From Queensland, tia Cosin&fiaturday,- at. 6. >ni. .^.'r' V; . ". '" ' From Armidale, Monday, &$<i!p.m. / .^roni Tabidam, Tuesday and'Saturdny, C p m.. J^From Sydney, by steamar^ Sfouxjay afternoon.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

JÄTEST COMERCIAL. 11 v Kit.i THOMAS,; : ITISHKII! rapdris'.. having sold /during.tho pnsfc wcok, two 3-yenr old'on'.iro colts' fbrod by; thu-MeaBrirflylno, gol bys Lissington,''. .foi;.;dBiO ¿nudi#30:;respeüüvcly,¡., Also, a;, lot of' bush'.howoai'.'iiinuteáu ./itt'.'munbee, principally' .brod byßXrh V. Shea, of Cloud's , Crook, at un nvoiago prico of '£0lOj por hoad. , '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

\ pufjsubscribers are inforÎM'fàà&aub-* '^??^¿¡fyftfptions for the: post quarter are 'v|ióiü- rf«e, 'and a settlement of the ? sàfoè is respectfully solicited.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

[. NEW. ZEALAND. : ' B/./the-arrival of the Dunedin, from . New ZepînnJ ive (Flerald), have, jietvsvto' the ;-l<Hîr.«.\rt Uietf fa- Rteat''^cxe|t«m«ttfr.Bb»«i 1 iiüiin r¡;. 'i he folioivíñg-',is" . lliVr^chief | sni Yp.vür's, official report s One ¡.parí»*' consisting of three men, after four "iBe'n".f;«vi,-uclnnl- ivorkingj-ïwciglicd _out_ t?¡líft. return in my presence - 112 ounces ¡ üjyahly alluvial, scaly. Several others i-iiwhke propoition. Gold estimated in thc ' liáH. at 2}' pounds weighed- 2 pounds ! 3 ounces and 4 dwls ¡ gold ditto, ozs , weijjlifld in the bank 7 ounces Od «ts., leaving » deduction for dross."

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

CLEARED OUT. . r . ? Y .August li-PerseTcrancc) 74 tons»/Captain - Button for Svdnoyi Cargo-28,000 febt-'timberj 2'paokages old metal.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

DEPARTURES. : July 31.-Urara (s.), 400 tons, Captain Wiso . Juan, for Sydney. Passengers-Miss Lovedale, Messrs. .Dovenald, Sharp, . Moore, and 2 in ? tho steerage. 'August 2i-PcrsoYorftnde, fdr Sydney» .

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THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND RIVERS STEAM COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

THE CMRENÓE'' 'AND' -RICHMOND .., RIVEES STEAM COMPANÏ. .TBE half-yearly/general--meeting, of the.; shareholders ' of_ the Clarence 'and -Rich mond Rivers' Sleanr Navigation-Company was held on the ?.'20th ultima, at eleven rtj'olock, Mr! P. [Mitchell ,in the chair. Hie report was adopted, and -a dividend atjihe.ratC'Of 12iiper cent.' per annum was declared,and,,10¡ per cent.-, on the net profits was carried ,!)) Insurance and .Depreciation! Fund,'and- the* balance remaining fo the.credit of profit and loss, Messrs. Clark tfrving,^ Francis Mitchell, and i Charles Grant .Tindal wera1 elected directors; and Mr.! G. ' 0. Allan was elected an audiibn-iHiciiA LD;' .' " .'iv

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

F , .SECOND: DAY.-!"" -"'-Tho -'weather ^to-'dnyivas' ' everylthhig Jth'ùtj ;0ould UQ dcsiyôd, luit tho attoiidunco rather -less í thnn-On tho toeíedras.dáy^ The spore prpylùedi 'was good ;' iffiiOMlXtlië|^v)ùty, o_f lioraea. waa. ho t 'aufficient^o^itaaîjt aAÖtgc^oucomW,' ; ; '?J j¡ .^.Jrii^tmU-^wwi 'opín^^bjr Vthe '^ÎlôymyVi^S^ôî.j iOÖ sovereign^ ¡ threo milVoílo ovont.¡ r Mr. J. T. Jones' b." h. Peter Finn,' (Moody1)*'!, ; J. ôregçry's b. g. Venison, (Pratt) . 2 ; /V Both hpt'ses wore well ridden.. , i ( I' "' ' 1 Only ' two '? horses started, Poter . Finn ; and ; Venison, und ^thejrVkept^ wall : together during-j ,he whplo disMfttco^NtlAugU 'liad Potor;.f boon j tllowcd woiddffàyo^ujV Tenison far' bpliiiid .a's ; ao was tightly nela. ' Tetjr passed ' tho winnings hos't by a length and n litó Timo si^ minutes] pfteea seooíulB.- V '?" . : ; .;;r\- SECOND RACE. ;? ';i ¿ . ' Tho Selling fihi^osj^f "«30 saycrpjgiis. «Tvyo j milesj.bne'evonW1 \'\.%? '' ? '" '~~ í Mr. Holt's o. g.- iat...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

CRICKET . MATCH. ' ! £ between: tho; Richinoud and Grafton clubs pomo oïF,at Spilth Grafton, ' The weather' wai'flipst 'propitious'fo^ the óoéasion and after some {little "dolay tho Riohmond mon.took their --stand jjfc tho ¡wiokots, and;. tho j play "commenood,': Messrs. . Wilson and M'Kollar being tlio only; two Vwlio .made nnyrBtand, Wilson keeping tho' bajl icon ;stantly;in the' field j but; after} spouring 89V tho Eichmond men wore called upóii to retiro. Tho i Grafton men now. went to ' tho wickojs. Mesara.' 'Hughes, and A. -Devlin greatly distinguishing' (themselves. . Hughes »rapidly - run,.up a seíré making Bomb' good«iluts j ,,l)byhn 'also placed ? ?tom's »anio,'-which wlioníjvo ^coijaider tho dia ;advanta|a^/'hboan4,%^^^s/on^':^e üse 'óf onëv'cye was firát-rate. . Brrodèraoïï» tjLío t played 'with* great caro : scoring. 7,"thei othdra tdojng.theirj best -to ;upl)old,'the' honour ¡'of> tho ^district, and ofter running up à 'score,' tho wioket .;.qf!the't¿ñth imáiirfolrfo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

BIRTH. MORRIS.—On the 1st August, at her resi- dencfe, Bacon-street, Grafton, the wife of Mr. W.D. Morris, of a daughter. MORRIS.-Qn tba Ùtftt Augustrat' lien rosi          

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON . FIRE AND ,LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. \ ' LIFE DEPAfiTMENT :. The premiumsYreimved in . this . de- partment in M>9SL amounted ,',tr» ;á2127,415. . ,\\ (V , ' The Directors mviteattentionito the following advantages afforded by the Company to persons taking out Policies on the lives of themselves and others: Éto the hiding BMIUlf 'ANY. id /nd guaranteed i [pplicd for. : Partnership, thc | contingent upon Premiums on various wants o| ; among others . BONUS]» "? da when the policy n ' No Liability i i Bonuses not b/mg I profits. . ' ¡ Thc Bonuses.'after ten annual' pay- I I ments, may beVlblicd to. a- future re 1 duction of prernjilris! Surrender ol E>0H°'C3, favourably dealt with. < \\< ' ~ ^' " I Timm DAYS»a*o\vcd foi'v thosiiE NÈWAL of Policies. ' -/ l CLAIMS payable in three months J after pi oof of death, but if wished, j freely discountelln ordinary cases; | ANNUITIES, ««ent and deferred, at i liberal rates, 'll j i . ENDOWMENTS!...

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THE FLOODS ON THE HUNTER. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

THE FLOODS ON THE HUNTER. (From thc '&erald.) MORPETH,. July 2G.f-lt/ coram need raining here on"' Tuesday ' vaftwDoon^-.and continued tb pour down incessantly until . about two o'clock to-day, when the wind shifted from about south to south-west, since which it hos partially cleared up. 1 he. very heavy iain which had fallen up . to last night cimsei apprehensions to be then entert aincdtyhlt¡ii,would.,result iii a flood, and theself£rs were this morning found to bé to a «nous extent unhappily justified-the riverlháving risen several ' feet in the interim. VAie rise has continued gradually, but nninieVruptedly during the day, and it is as yetfin^possible lo estimate the limit of the calamity, the waters of the X'pper Hunter not being supposed to have coma down in their full volume. Since morning, evidences of the mischief . caused by the slate of the river above have floated past (he town-pieces of timber, quantities of hay. innumerable pump- kins, and masses of the more bu...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

. ENGLISH. EXTRACTS. ;\ .. y , - A. . LARGE number of envelopes of -' letters now-used in the Northern Stoítes .ofiíAmcricaNhave " God bless . the ? Union !" priuM on them. Many have Í ??' ;on; them also^he flag ; of the - United ? -(Statesythe starsljnd ^Wfes printed in. ¡cólours/with tranversäRrack^stripes to í|^^res_enttherecl»V¡t S tads; - Envelopes £«Wd in the SoutlMkve also the Union . flag,.wilh the stars«(]uced to the num- ber of the .Confederated States; ¡ 'i ; , v; INTERNATIONAL . EXHIBITION Í OF 1862.--Thc.. guarantee fund exceds .,; ',£400,000; and further subscriptions to . it are;- expected. .( The .building for the -^j .Exhibition'ns ^proceeding, most -satis ,;.factorilyy:and;thc demaùdsfor space by :1 intending exhibitors pour in daily to an extent '.far exceeding what was; ever - ; contemplated. . ' Notifications ; have been ; 'received , .by. ;,.hcr î Majesty's Com missioners'-from a number of ibraign Governments : of the appointment of x^commis8iouera.to.represent...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

1 f PRODUCE CIRCULARS. * i, WHOLESALE, 1 [u-munSON, CAMI'BIÎI,!,. AND CO.'sl . -. Arrivals ,dumig Uto. past wcok. liuvq boon-corn-^ pamtivoly few; uml owing, to thu very inclomonti etato of tho'weuthor busiuuss has been rather ,Juli. l%Whcut and/Flour : remain withaut any nitor 3$on. - > < ^:Miiizo is rather wxn»¡ with . an upward ten« 'dénoK / , ' ? ?, ^Jliubei'iio'Ilny.r-Owing.to tho floods/>a'¿ Iba: ^luntér.'lmsi adviinwd iii prioa,,(luring. thj)Jwcok¿> iß5$föi. lins 'beou about" tho -raiíj -/fcílprnnüi |;poViöl.i, to-day . £6 lo. JtO lOs.j und . ovo» as high as £7 is loolod for ' ? , . /:<Woollouj¡onj; Buttel' ha» .advanced, lo. la. i9d. : nt willoh prico their.is o fair demand for primo;- j ¡ Bacon-3d. to Gd. pur lb. ' ' ??» :Bar!oy; 'lün3li»h-"Os.'lo'7a¿'i)or busliol''/'. .: Ditto, Capo-O's . v ? ; Bmn-ls 3d lo ls 4d per btuhol .\: "? -}-. Butter-ls 3d to ls *J.l pev lb. , ( Cah os-36UÓ 10s eaoh ''Cheese- 3d'to 6d' " ' . ' ? rioiuf-Jinest.Town-18...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

!" ' ¡S YD N;E Y.: I ¡"ntOJl OUR CORRESPONDENT.] . ; THK îuuvs from-Lambing Flat during ?tbf. past week has not been of a very dcculf-d'or interesting character.'" ? flt-is; rumoitrcd that thc diggers ? are1 arming und dulling with a view to resist' any . attempt on the part of the military : to arrest :thc ringleaders in the ¿ late ' riots. Two-bandsmen who were- present,' in a; professional way, nt thc great -"roll >uj)," have been apprehended andi coin mil^ed for:trial-The deputation from the dífjgerá-Messrs. Torpy, and- Baker have-aiiivik^n Sydney 5 but report,says that his. ExceiWy declines. to ,-i'cccive them. . i. .- ?.??i. 1 During th^e week ubCure'last a meet ing was called for thc .^uing < Thurs- day] 3£th-:rastaWjfco take pb^'on . the iBaceroburse \t^iiglft>|V; all^pi>rsons interested iiv ,.th\,Chmn\c; ' qucsftuu¿ Thjs meeting .was co!nveneu\by a man" of thc-name of. .Wel(-T-whose pro mi-' 'nence : irir,these proceedings ,has-, sub-1 jectcd him to some...

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