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

' CfiiTcnceJ,aiiÍ^icíjinanV ' .'Cwiííitteir,';, V vTuosE/who'.hnu tue- privilege to 'listeü to tko' instructivo and. practical lecture1 of Mr. MooBB, at the School of Arts, which .vye print in detailm another column; must haye feltj/that it is>iioV wise-in. our agri . ciilturists devoting their exclusive' atteri 1' 'tion tb'ihaize, or, indeed, to .cereal crops ; in> général, ' The presence of .disease or tho total failure of tile crop from' other causes' would ,he disastrous both. to '. tho agriculturist and to the shopkeepeivfroul -.-whoiti he ôhtain^iWoi_oiivi/V(;8 ; neither: ^^Bftuuld ¿cejóse sitóiii'óf those changes which will be propMy ¿Ékíi result of the .new Laud Bill, fo^ i Would be unreason- able to Buppose4liat pijjgBBTcan be,'kept up,.when tue sources qtaupply "will-00 increased almost indeiiuitely, by tho im ' meuse areas of new land which, will be .... devoted to a primary 'crop like);, that .qf i maize. : The old', adage " to be- fore .warned is is to be fqrearin...

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[?] EDITOR OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

1..'*'' OT TIW IBIWS oy TI'JV v.xxxri'«. ' i . , .. i ,.- r: ?? : .' ?. I Ui'rt,*«ie Iv you \ip * OÍ tho fistln, ot i «VJ V '.imli.vi: fliw/hiyr, :¡<. *!i > Assomnlv llomns . póíf^^íMK-óa'Ji^b'-íot'.' of Mr.¡'lláft¿rX niofrarflùl M.»'. Am i e»v* Mt Um UM WJI I looked n MARJ.:.' ir."Ti» 1'OB»*,H ul nut foui\<i UICM", ' s-< i . '?* Poo[l> iu this colony know very , irtM^wlml fl'i ?."'NK3TT îhoans,' but I. should, liku ,loNTr wliotho the old MAUR or .the present Mknx Bitting 1. tho timo Bavkoi-. looked, for tho..iift>t ?whiolvll could not Hud,.., W-If'.BHtcr is'still ongnged m tho ooiiroh ho had ttettoi' iit waste hisithno, as l hear-tho. present .'l.W'JkM« io .TnWKaV TjODKBll.': ! ..*».£ f-- ;,!ít*4/J.(«n»..Sílr, lours, &e.,-.. ,-. I GOLD PHOSPECMNOV-TA corrcnpon-. tint writing from * Beaulieu. Greek, imu tiona, ¡that, several¡ forties ure. out ? pDspccting in thc 'locality¿ of\Grcenr.-i stWsy-Boinc ; of whom; nave obtained; gad) mason...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ? t'". . .ARRIVALS. -, ' \ . AuatrsTZ.-araftou (s.), 240 tons; Captain H. : Creer, ifrom .Sydney 31st Ultimo, and lNuwoastlo v 1st instant. ' íusaengers-Mossrs,-'^Binney, Smith, Cameron, Bernard, Blake, add 20 in tho steerage. August 2.-Bluet Diamond, brigantine) ÍÓI . tons, Captain Hannah j from Sydney, in ballast. Kirchner and tiöi, agouti.

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

"\;_S,T:ÉAM .fO SYDNEY. . lillis^ ^¿RÁPTON, Wiíí v' - ' $S # 3TDNTÎY, rion ^JOH^K is Wruby ¿-mi, tl J UU.N t : ,: ii ^.¡'is allowed byJ|his"Bíuueh ;íi.\.uú "deposits, namehaP On depo9Ít/ror^ months, 4 per ,cent. per aiymm / ; ' '¿©ni depofcts foiytynonths, 3 per cent. .per annum. // i 1 ' *' ; pOh depo3its $6y3 months,2:per cent. per annum. 11 ' ' -BANK POST BILLS with ^interest .added at? these rates .respectively ! are -issued payable,to order. , /HENRY CUTHBERT, ' j Manager. Grafton," April 1st. ¡ _? 2 , 'MOYES AN» DAVIES, .. ' ,:»!-BUILDERS A!N D' CONTRACTORS,- . ,.> KESPECTFULLY intímate that they: . are< now prepared to erect.sub- stantif and .well'finished Brick Houses, ¡in ¡Town or Country, : MI the: shortest' ' notice and at the^rowesrpossible^priccs.: ,Also; steam boilA-s soj^chimneys, ovens,: -.and brick wat« tad*, to hold from-6; 'to'. 12+ thousjíttd > «filons.-, Plain .and: ornamental plastjiingj . joiners'- work and mouldings of every description,. :of...

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

a.": Jive 150/ ULE TîXÏJi.KîîlU'MlâU i^norS ? Wfecat/TMíiuv.viri^ . semi. i'-v-Vr^V?". '/:-ÂÏ;'!'Ï.';'''R"K'l 00 . 'Syánl ,'.is WILLIAM .N"l«DN\ Ci'.jft^ hy 1 ? - ?- - --? r. 'l^fe^ -17 Oil B R/I S BAN Ej jjjg§fr J? MORETyN BAY. Tiie A 1 clipper schoon/ '* OTAGO," .l(W>itousí';daüy;a«mffl[cd]y!wiU,;,lcavo about tlic'ISth inrfahjl, I Ppr freight oí" jmssjgC'apply to.G.A. KIRCHNER, at the Factory. I rpó' FARM HRS AND SHIPPERS I'JJ- of MAIZE. ^Tbjb undersigned will make advancerw Maize shipped I io ^hÍ3 : corrcspondant-jpi Brisbane, by I the schooner " OÍAub." Early ap I. plication' for freigpFt \VBll bc necessary. 1 - ? G. A. KIRCHNER. I --'i . _ At the Factory, E' OMAN CATHOLIC' CHURCH , - Thc Rev. Mr. MCCARTHY, of I Armidale/ will1 jfisit/Jrafton, on or about the 1st of ntc jmsuing month ^jjgúst. The GKreijbe River district .gcflbvally, with^J/asinbj will be visited inimeul&^ly after; dye notice of which "will.be givbu,in a subscqnent -issue; of tha-Clarence mnLRiclimond ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columsn are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities, but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. SUPPLYING [?] TO THE BLACKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

paiMAL COroPONDEHCE. Qnjf/qlumns aro opon to alf-.irriten» who rófrain öi^Jpni tl'» uso of virulent .language.or porto klilios, but wo mo not reipbiisiblo for V .¿ppmions expressed. SUÍPI;YINa»JJ^O°lTO THE BLACKS. *.,'(./.: TO. THE El\l'Oftdli Til Ii EXAMI2ÍKU - ii-ï wish to ca\th\ attention of tho nutliovi Û rough tbaAiiiodiata of ' your valuable yinilia ,;tó im existufflcvîL «Jiißliil' hot cheeked) aimâ t rloiw conscqtMícostmny bs tho roáult'.' . i "lt li i boeomo quitoûrovàetiço of lato for par [iiSl.to uppty tho*btoolBWltí(jr's Oroiekj' with .sputa They froquoiitilVo^into Ornfton,''-get qmtó mnk. and a-etur«Wcairip-with 'a".supply for a preo j disturbing^H within hearing , by thou1 iiiaturol yolla, and uiBultiiig, those who may ippon to meet them, A o»3¿ of tilts kind lumpt ed a fevy orcninga ajo, . A^rospootablo furpnt/ «'as niel ona lonely part-''of-tho- .road,;' a . slicivfeliytuiio« froiri lier óivii JtoiisiV by ..two or Úrtej 1' these blaoU*. They ttopped her and begfliv)' ...

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

"THE DIKNËR.' . A ahmet tookplaeo on the. ooñclüsidh dr tho match; at Mr. Cowan'si-Wliiah was served dp in iirst-rato stylo and vyonood scarcely, add ampio justicó,dorie to thd'viaticíá, &oi " ' . y . Mri'Sha'nnôn onoupied the oliair.'VuppóHod ori tho right by: Mr..;M'Kellar, tho' Richmond captain ) ani on tho loft by Mr. Cuthbert, tho Grafton, .captain, ; . tho Yioo-ohalr * by Mr. Hughes, <- -\::. ¡,,.' . -Aftçr tho cloth was removed^Ibo chairman proposed ihe Health of tb*'Queen and Boyal Family. Ho said wherever ' a body of English, Irish, , or Scotoh, wera assembled-it (vas always customary to drink thehealth p| thoir soyoreign; »ad ho was surelit needed rio words from lum to focbmtri'ewl;it to them ho would, however^ ask lliem fo drink lier Health in silence. V i-' Tlie'Chairman then gavoV'Tho "Army'/nnd îîavy."; .- The nrmy and navy they were all woll »wu.rowas tho groat stronghold of England and noir, colonies; he would, therefore, call upon them jo: give'a ...

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LECTURE OF THE CULTIVATION OF PLANTS OF ECONOMIC VALUE, AS SUITED TO THE SOIL OF THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

?LEOTUItE Ol' TEE CULTIVATION OF PLANTS OF ECONOMIC iVALUE,:AS: ; ' SUITED TO. TUB SOI¿ OF THE .CLARENCE, A ZEÇTVUE oi\ the obovo Bubjcct Was defered by Mr. Ci Moore, of tho Sydney. Botanical Gardens, on tho 25th' último. ¡ - . . : : ? The Kev..A; SKLAVE, after à few pre- liminary, rempks, introduced the lecturer to the meeting. . Mr. MOOSE,-who ou coining forward, waa loudly cheered, which having sub- sided, he said he speared there 'that evening at the instjjnce. of Wo of -their townspeople, to address a few remarks to them upon a subject of vast importance to, tho district-Tho- Cultivation - of Plants of Economic Value. There were a number of giants which .- - had never been introduced^ here suited to thq dis .tiict that woiúoVygiv^a. better return thauthoso now growaPthb cultivators of the Clarence at'tho present time was dependant upon the maize crop ; it was true that wheat and hay were grown in small quantities. He did not refer to 4he pastoral interest but. more, particu "la...

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ABSTRACT OF SALE BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 August 1861

ABSÏRAOT OP 'SALB BY' AUCTION À ' 'j. ' BURING THBr^YEÊK.-^ J gfOUll arid ot' talton' MR. jl.YINDIN-pAthis Rooms, on Thursday, ? yHlTuvniluro, jovToUcfyj'four-wheçl vohielo and . -lilrness, three' siluros, Grafton- Building . Sccioty, sundries. » > . . . - . _ '?? . . :.!!,-': >v ;.<;^ . y '. ?FATAL ^ACCIDENT. - :Wo;.TCgroti to hayedo announce the death.'of>'MiY;M. "M'G|wan-:laTcly ia- the cii.plpy<:of.^lr. ïintlili^It - app;ai*rthatr^i 'thc frrït* day o^the .'Grafton - llaceg^M'Gonlm waaf, jilling on tlie-coursc when he , was lnetjW^Harris/.wliowas coming', sin .'âii^^^mito{.(dirçctionJ>.the two -horses icotoiiig into rcollision;the'deceasedfwnâ throw ^i'w.itht ^gteat ^ioleñccv ¿tb1; -tlio ca'usragcQhe^^^ j'ér/ mj&iésfeífo?was at'rííonée upI. insensible^áüdV conveyed'! to his', .1 iötlier-in-laws|W(Mp: » Worrall'sJ1 wlière(ljië received cvery^ í¿ai;e andl'áU^fi-J at médical skill cóuld'affórd, but t\ avail1} and heie'xpircd nt' íone on Sund...

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

* GRAFTO'A^UÍL RACES.'; ' THU Grafton annual racoJiqamo off on: Tuesday ( and Wednesday last. Wo- Ventiler .willoh bas boon so very wet of late elated up, Uti tho sun shoneforth with all tito splondour of an Austra-j lian summer's dav ; rtliougli tho qourw m several; places was heavy and wet. ?/? . v[ Tho attoudauco on thu ground was nat so. lorgoNw rçeliavo .been, acoustomod to witness, thereDjünMugVeuf^lftclco^ up-Country folks. . v .. Thewr^B^i^untsxvVoreVery good and seemíd;. to giYo^^tte^nernl'. satisfaction, if wo except tho starter who wo VdlY^^ty r<^or'° 'übero was ono fatftj aífiident which tended to oast a gloom over tho 'flay-particulars^ofiwjiioli; will be found in anotkw^olumu. ' '.'v^ 4~ ? Too imioh pruiso,/cannot beVgivcri-YtOfçMr jCo\f&n tWji clerk of tho course,':whov.assistod :by I fiuo chief eonstublo and Jiu staff preserved'* oiccl lent order throughout. v : . ; :v: . Tho following^ tho hst of tho sports - ^ Vroao »KAOE 1 » j Tho* Maiman -.sove...

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

. r-Tlie play,commonccd this morning by ame»: .on'dí&rághtywfiô'topic.stand agaiiist;'tli3 :bpw !lirig:6fW.'nndAI)oTlin. Booves jmado a .very ¡prMty^oiuV for pué; but soon modo, room ¿for '^Vilspn, \yho¿ commenced, play ,iiir right : good !'eajw»t keeping thé'fieldconstantly 'going-his' (piny being vory'fine,' making hita for four throes : cheven, twoi.i soveral ónó^;and'ietn^»|^:mttltinfl; ,5 scorobf 5l,:runs. A jClnrk. aud ;M'Kellar wero Initiier summarily disposed of Messrs.' A. Devlin :aiid Wilcox.1 Campbell inado-' two,' but i quickly :ma'do;room for Moore whoplayingveiygracofidiy . added .Sj to ; tho;humbor, ». when ; Wilcox stomped ' lum pitt ¡' Tiles played'jvèry wollya vèyy .pretty '?tipTór.ono) àiid. a Uno* field-ball' for two* .Tho iBiohond ! mon. having1 added 1 no dew. tbuu 80 ,no^che3,to. their scoro retired., ;, -(vj;., ,'*.'. ...». ; 'After ;which '. tho .Graftonio'ns,, Avónli '; .to. tho . wickets. Messrs.* Avery, ttîîd A^fDivJiii'Uaking their.Btaiid vis a'v...

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SPARKS FROM OUR ANVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

-i . SPABEW^feoUB "ANVIL. . . Could wo^n.fcdrçanurcahtios, rcalilios would Bo but dreams,1' \ \ '? The tailor^nukes 'tho'.dross, Nature, or tho' world,'tho addrcBBi I V .: / , .'.', ;.((.. , ?;. What's a jolie ?-Tho nation ni , debt . ; . What; : is earnest ?-Paying tho interest í". ''^.^i Tho rudo man is tho nativo ore 5. tho polite pno^ s,; : Uiqcfplishcd diamond; tho lattor can cut its ? ?way |V'.. through anything. . ;; ? -."' ?:':.';; v.. ; fip-Thoro is no real diflbronco between a "miter -, .'anda spendthrift; thoy havo. neithor of them.a. . s farthing to livo upon. . ' .. " .-.> ' j, «*A " "'Mamma," said Tommy, " what' is a" Seeon - dary f,« Hip 1 my tleak it^s 0 oity term tor, tiwi i'.r-:- second doirjL or akita nVlfc!'1 . . . " : ; Í l\ K Xs - ' '

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EPIGRAM [?]N AN UNPAID LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

: EPIÖRAUJ^fetN UNPAID LETTER^' , . At uqpaTflpnBpSbk'.iiol blue, .. v»iv - t Noroa]gpro(morniapoitdont scamp ;? ?'????< -.-i-Por if you storm, ho proves that you " Í Eecoivcd his lottor with " a stamp ! ". ?<: ?

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ORIGINAL POETRY. LINES BY A YOUNG LADY TO NEMLON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

ORIGINAL POETRY. V¿ UNES BY A YOUNG LADY TO NEMIiON. ../../.When va brighter Boones dearest, Keinlon, yo . way rove, ' : Afar from my homo, afar from my love, ¡ ? ????\ I'll oft think of theo and tho hours that are. gone;. :* Wilt'thou givo a thought to tho absent ono. ' .b ['.:.?? '>.'?? ' ' . " ijJ^ttrhon thy,breast ia calm in tho sunset time, ? -; And you listen alono for tho vosper oliimo ; ? When tho full flow of fgoling, is'deep and strong, ? - Oh! remember tho love that was thine so Jong. .^Whon thy voice is hoard in grand festivo halls SifAnd thy stop in-.tho danoo so lightly falls, "Wlion you sing to> another my favourite Bong, : ' Oh ! think of tho love that waa thine so long. , When they bind tho wreath of orange flower, - ; To.deeV tbv:bride for tlio bridal liour, ? , ïWono braaf moment, oh! would it bo wrong, ' - . To think or tho lo vo tlwt waa tliinoeo long. ' Yo may wandor'forth WithHlio rising sun, ' ". Yo may wander on till lug «"bureo is done, . ' . Yo may s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

WANTED, a/jfwa GENER AL' SERVANT//Apply to' ' Mk' DONALDSON/j^nd-strcet. SIP ' \7tTA N TED^M'LO YMENT. upon: a station, by a CARPENTER, who.,undei'stands¿.bu¡lding (and' pre- paring tho materbflViuAill-.its branches'/ i has:two son8j;nOT/Ojn?d .'l7-thc elder used to horscrl^e/kufg, stock, keeping, I Ssc.'; tlie.you/a/r.yarpeutcv's^assistùnt, i or would í i/atfc'/hcmsclvcs 'useful in; I i. any way for their;-, employer's > interest; I IA pply ALPHA; Examiner ' Office,: Pri nce-t j ? street, Grafton. ' ' ^ 507 ' I mENBERS.TáreYAtobyAinyitod'.ifor. I I A thePAINTIN/>E/ie'GRÂFTON I CHURCH. All/nÄation'to'be ob- tained of the Cmirowardens, :? . I ' 1 ïftcssrs. LARDNER, f HITCHINS, ' ¡' [ »' ' ' ?' i1 ' FISHER. . 1 rpo LET, a ámall COTTAGE" in *. 'Qaecn-stveet.'/yinply to Mr. G. TOWERS, 'Quc/n/s/ect; or at the, Examiner Office. 1 ' ' ' " - 517 HALL1 OF - COMMERCE. ?V ? ?? '^rp,; -jj 'JT)A<3ÍTES -T' ?.i RUTTER;! ''üéftmi BUTTER ! 'Fresh ^Wollongfná^fcutteiy per last1 stWme...

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LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND BROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

; -,..... LAB OJJX, , MABKE'T, ' /( . ?;[HAIOII AND- BROWN.], " i , Our mortat ».well attended by o numerous olass of npjihcants for situations, viz, mechanics,? agriculturists, iTontcstiu servants, -&o. tliore is also un improved oemand for.', labour, ; Peninlo servants of good character and experience rouihly obtuiu sitimtions. ? : . Xlio following aro tho curront rate of.- wngos Married Couples.45 . to 60 per annum * :i Funning men ...... ... 81".\to 85'.' .«:..> Surveyors' men: .....35' to 40i: ...:;.ir.i..w.-\< u. Bushmen... .4M' to 46'.-..: Shepherds 38 to ¿Qi Sliopliordmg fauuhos. 55:. to 70..-. ,.: .: .» Carpenters........... 62 :Ut 80fc ?.; 1 ' : Bloofcsmijlisj, \ '62 lo 80/ - ;.d^o))^«BH|^§G/ttoc50; ? ^^oaohraoTrír^^lT 83/ lo 60< i , lïemû&demnta ?? 20. lo3l>/.!...-.:.'¡; : . Sydney, September 5th.

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

.* ^RICHMOND RIVES. Augu6raa>-Gem, frrfoi Brisbane The CoflS^s outside ^einco 26th of August, bul unable to got tojho.bar. . < »EtAlflOOES, _ 23.-Lismore, for Clarezca River» 23.-Holon¡f^Wi^vV: Tho Urara iEtoW^Sydnoy at )0 p.m. on Thunda^an^^HHÉbjcW at 7'30 a.m. on / Sdtwday. ¿TOT^flí^Sj\expBricnced moderate : northerly winds'arapn^ feather first part of passage, and latter pJ«¡ fresh Wterly and mode iato southerly winda with squally weather, and arrived at Grafton at 2 p.m. on Saturday. The Urara on her ^downward passage to Sydney, reportsjuivùig passed the Elizabetb,and Rhoderick DhíUvo miles south of the Clarence ? Peak. \' V\ ' 'The Elizabeth lias had li tcHuty» passage from Sydney, having been detained 'cuTHbe Clarence Heads, whero sho arrived on the 26tU ultimo, but having encountered a strong north-east gale was blo'wn off and driven back to Smokey Capo. ..v- She crossed tho bar on Saturday morning, and ' -,, anchored, in tho river during the night, reaching ..-...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

V DEPARTURES ¿ND AREALS OFÍHE V;;:i'k'; ;., -, MAILS. ^ .'"-/" To;Casmo, &c^YueldMft,a<N7 o.m. .. . Tb QueenslffltaVwa (Wnb,"Tuosday, at 7 iwm To Armidale, Wcdnesaay.at 6 a.m. - ?' 1 To Tabulam, Monday aM Friday, nt 8 à m' . '" To Sydney, by steamor, Wbdnoaday mornin". ABKIVALS AT GRAFTON. ? 1 °: From Casino, &c., Saturday, at 6 p in . ' ':>".'? , ,F,rom Queensland, via Casino, Saturday, at 0 p.m.f .From Armidale, Monday,'at 6 n.m ' , ,. TVom Tabulam, Tuesday and Saturday, 6 -p m tfrom Sydnoy, by,6teamor, Saturday'afternoon

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

:Tnn undermoiUionW gentlemen have boon ap" . pointed AGEOT3 Tor THE . OLARÏÏNOE, fr - AND RÏCH1!rçSD\xA'MINER,,' ari<J are authorised to rcceivo TOBSORIPTIONS, ; ADYBII ? TISEMEKT8, and :ORDEEKPOII JOB FjutmHa r< ? SOUTH GRAFTON A. DAVIS ,> ULMARRA ... ' A. CAMERON.. LAWRENCE TOWN, SVesBrs; J. ASD Gr. ELBOW .j . STEUART. TENTERFIELD ;.. Mr. B. T.KEMBLE PRETTY GULLY ... Mr. DAVID30N CASINO'.'Mr GLASGOW LISMORE , ... Mr. BALLTE,',/ . SYDNEY . Mr.A.'CUBITTv f 'NEWCASTLE..'," .Í;^V^-MOWBÍ-¿NA'Ó08;U. BRISBANE ' ..VMr. AV. A. BUXTON ?M , Otbore -wiU'ibo announosd''in-various Mparts aa soon as tho neoessarr 'arrangements oan bo'-effectod.' ' 1 '

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POUNDKEEPER WANTED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

-TO TUE*] DÍíoir-orkruB¿yi'Sír.>!Bii' .J' Sin,-A very great favor would bo confered if j'ou would inform mo, through t\u columns of your paper, why thora is not a pound keeper, ut Grafton, and to whom. is tho bla'uio attributable, .thu Government of tho Municipal" Council1? Iii either onsoi it is to be hoped .it wUl'sooií be( remedied. .¡-. ¡;; ..- j;^.. f''¡ ' In the mean ' time, ahde>'.tlià'è':c^àUia(Bnc^l is nota. poraon'justifledinïéndi%VBÏ&ic<i£o'tiîo''' nearest pound, whiokis Tenterflold.ív!! U -w'.'"; ' ii . , :1 nm, Suv your8,£&ß,i:- Í-'Í) ? :\ Grofton¿j?th September. ..^:#*1s"* ..,

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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