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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861
GRAFTON POLICE ; COURT.' , I: ?' .. , I.'., I.: "FHIDAY... ... .. ' . " BEFowsMeasN. ,Irt^ei;1wä''B0liwl»öii>, UVB.- ? /. NI0H0LS0X.Xyj)ryiOOJÍE T. MA.K0IIIEV : Thi3 waa''âa^actibnljfpçwages alleged to Ibo due to tbelpLjin^fi^/ywlio were em- ployed 'by ;thti^üöfen9aht,:^a3 labourers' .on the Armidale road;\Mr7i Barker ap-, peared for/the plamtiffs,\m'd aftér stating the case to thou* worships, called Andrew Nicholson,: from ; whose evidencejlie (M¡r, Barker) gleaned that the amount sought to be' recovered was beyond. the jurisdic-, tiou, and coii3Quted to a nonsuit,' which was granted.. - ;J.. Mr. Sfargrie applied for and(óbiáiriédl leave of a fortnight from tho magis- trates for the production of his accounts,' 'in connoetiou with the former1- manage- ment of tho Road Trust. PETTY SESSIONS.--The next 'Court of Petty. Sessions iwill -. bo .held.,on Friday 13th .September next. Í' > .-( ^
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861
VARIETIES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEVER LELL A LIE FOR THE SAKE OF A PIGEON.-The following dialogue is reported be- tween two boys:-" What do you think? My father, the other day shot nine hundred and ninety-nine pigeons with one barrel of his gun." &nbsp; &nbsp; " Oh, why didn't he say a thousand at onco ? " (Reply provokingly) : "Do you suppose my father would tell a lie just for the sake of one pigeon?" &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CURIOSITIES OF THE IRISH CENSUS.-An &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Irishman, under the column " Deaf and dumb, or blind," entered opposite his own name, "Not &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; deaf ; I wish I was ;" whilst opposite his spouse he had inserted, 'Not dumb ; I wish she was" &nbsp; Under the heading, " Rank, profession, or ocou- pation," for his wife whe worte, "God help her, for she can do nothing...
LATEST INITELLIGENCE. Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
LATEST MTELLIGBNOEL' ,M Thursday-night. * .; M telegram, just received from ."New- castle, announces the termination of the | strike,, 'I RANDWICK RACKS. ?- The following are ;,the winners of this. dav's Weini'r : . > Jtr\-H&lt; * .Ï Shamrock ... ? .1 'S;T¡ÍCÍH¿ ! ., . 'Maroon ... l&lt;'ï'P."??*, k.T>' XAt Australian -Plater''1 Derby,? ?» 'Kyoglé ... . ... ^ ?¡.'i . ^ : ..Squatters'Purse,, ; ??Warrior ? ^ -r ... .' ... 1 . i vyv.'JFreo Handicap, * Now Ch'ûïn .;,. v...... 1 : In Triai Stakes'-Transit first but 2 lbs, ovonvoight ; Flying. Doe second, but 1 lb. underweight,-.butra* protest -having been entered,,the prize-was given to Maroon who came m^bird. :-.
GOLD PROSPECTING FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
' .GOLD PEOSrEOTINCr FUlîD. ? [., TO TUB,EDITO jj OF TUE EXAMINER,'. ] SIR,-Sonto fqw .months «im» n mooting wus.'con roñad by tito storo1(oopoi\3 - nml 'publicans upon tlioTnblolnnd, for tlio purposo of considering tho advisability of furnishing p.irtk'a with tlio'.nicaiis of prospoutinç, n t which mooting, II J subscription list was operied mid snvernl gentlemen plauod thoir.names thereon for' a - certain'. ain.iiiht.;.:N6 doubt! muoh woe enid at tho ubovo meeting rela- tivo to the advantages01peeled io bo floHvod!froihr tho fund about to b J rnise.l, what f, wi|itj)it wouI(i ¡.giro with respect to bringing to li|>ht, the "hidden I'(munros of our district, lus: Now,-miy I-auli! . tlióao gentleman, who voluntarily proJferad:;: those, o'irtain sum's, whothor they wera in^arnf?t ion' that occasion, or whether they merely '-gçt up th'is' mojling for tlio say of tho thing, ! ii;! >, \ 1 . I was informed by a party a far days sinça, tliat they h id appliod for thU^illtad'oFriisaif...
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE M[?]LS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
DEPARTURES ANV) ARRIVALS OP Tlliî MIILS. . ' ?! \ I.'.. . io Casino; &c., Tuesday, nt 7 o.m.. ', &lt; . I To Queensland;.T Casino, Tuesday,atv a.in ! To Armidalo, Wednesday, at 6 a.in. To Tabulam, Monday and Friday, at 8 ii nv To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday .morning. - AltBlVAWAT GBAPXON. i ,..: From Casino, &o., Saturday, at 6 p m. : -, From Queensland, via Casino, Saturday,: at G p.m. ? , :? ¡ From Armidalo, Monday, at (5 p.m.: FromTubulum, Tuesday and Saturday, G p m From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon
READINGS AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
READINGS 'À.T THE 'SCHOOL OP 'ARTS ?./' TO. THE/EDITOIt Off'THE EXAMBTEIl. Sin,-As I. cannot but fool that tho lato reading at tho'SchooUrf, Arts is likely to woimd tba fe'ol irigs of'raarJpho lieard it, or may. hear óf'¡$!I feel i£> dutKhoumbont'u'poh mo, as President of the InstiXion, aud os occupying tho chair on that occasion^) mako snoh reparation as I may be able, by stating that tho tenor of what -whs to bo read was wholly unknown to ino', aa well os, I.balioVo.Vtp àny;bf '.tue'mbmBá^ofi^inntíti^^ , i -I am persuaded that iliad' it,; boomïhowus be- forehand, that anything so" onloulatod to Wound . tho feelings o& others, would bo read, n. rcqjiost would havoj^on made to tho reader to substitute . something ffip. \ ,' ; ;. For tbo ^|8ro','I doubt not tho -.former rulo of, the Institution will bo strictly 'adhered to, 'wlnub provides.'that nothing shall' be'read boforo tho . members of the Institution.until it has received the sanction of the committee. " ' yllbping ...
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
A G 13 M TP S. _ ' \ Wo- ; Tun .undarincnlíbn^lVuÜninHn linvn. bnon np i.pbinUid AGENTÉ f AND 1UCHMONÇ nuthâi'ised to recuiro TI8BSIEXT3, and Ou&liie SOUTH .GRAFTON ULM AUK A ... "Tino OTJAHJÏÎÏOIÎ I f AMINEB; " and aro | ISCItll'TIONS, ADVBU soit JOD PRINTING : Mr. A;'DAVIS Mr. A. .CAMERON LAWRENCE TOWN, 1 Mwrs. ,T. ASD . G. ELBOW TENTEBFIELI) TU ETTY- GULLY CASINO ' ... LISMORE ... SYDNEY NEWCASTLE... ' BRISBANE ... ...I . STEUART. ... Mr. B. T. KEMBLE ! .;, Mr DAVID30N - ?..'Mr'GLASGOW ..'Mr. BALLTE.: . ... Mr. A. CUB ITT. ..! Mesura. KNAG GS. ...MivW. A. BUXTON.; .$SF'OÛ\m .will ho annonncsd » in .? various.'| pw^ns^poon as Hid .necessary: arrangements, con | be effected. \ f\
READINGS AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO THE EDITOR, OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
BEADI'N&S'AT'TEE 'SCHOOL OP ATIM,. ,&lt; jfó Tirj3VEDi'ron,föF THE JSXA'UINKB.* ; ;Srn,.-j ItThosj lOorao to my: Knowi.eage matine ¡ reading giviiti by myself, at tho^ibovolnstitution, ?on Wotlnesday ovening last, has', béonlthi'.címe lof bffomid to our títUk^-ftlmU^yMow-tíSm'1 '-.nijr.heort'I deeply regret ; I can,and. do most : conscientiously acolare, thnt jiO r bffénot ,to . anf \ '.person dr Wi was intondod ¡"and' ns'it iwas ' ihy I 'debut among you; I sincerely hopa''that5 this 'ex- planatory onclapologotio lotter will suflioo to -ro ,japro all , unpleasantness .which has arison .. thoro 'from. .'.'' . .r"'_. "'"' '"' ;' ; y ' I may say, that at a fpr.ncr reading,". Î, was' lcd ito oondludo' that "tho amusing 'and.' ¡nítruoitue ; would be blended., ! accordingly ohose th's amus- ing,, without any intention wliateyor ' of holding up td scorn or ridiouloi any individual mu'mbor or 'section of tho Church; which L hear has biiou attributed to; mo. ( '5 . ¡ ; ' j ¡ ...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
ANSWERS TO !C^I\VT3SPONDENTS. 'j . : a: F. hits'J L. Hint un faffi|W;an(l ii Bolioltor wj, . Ow name tiling. "SAV^*1^?* ' '.*n! Attorney.' is ' ni^c ^io:ïprnctises>,¡n i tho Courts of Queen's tHlonch, Common Píen?, . - .mid lOxohrqiw j n polioitoris one who prac- i h«09 m tho .Court of Ohanoory.^'; v , A Subscnhev-Fevsoris nndor .twontv-rmo yeal"? . of age may reoovcr wagos^as lt.they wore of full »gc- ' . ,4k. " 0-Haines-Two langunya are spokon:|in .Gifl\i many, ono rnlled Low Deutsch, .and the. other High German. ? . * ? : . Homo-It depends entirely on tho nature of tho r».:,v. - ? ?-?V--T-, ,r
READINGS IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
IU3A.DÍNGS IN THE SOÏÏOGIi OFAllTS. ?.. TO TlÍB;BDIT0tt OP TÍIB11ÎXAMINBB ' ; Sm,-Having'boon . prosonlf.''Uast' h^rédnosday .: night at, the abovo lnstitút¡on,¡,I:¿áhriot' omit . making a. few observations upon I tho/reading . given'by Mr. Wiblirij tho 'proseht'johoóltnaBtór, vat-"ThoPope and Fathor M'Quire/'-whioh ' ara certainly not fit subjects to. bo brought' before ladies and growing youths.. ... .'i ..-?'? ; ??. ia a, ridiculo upon '.tho hoad of the. Romiah ?Oliuroh,-a common tap would bo moro suitable - Mr. Chapman's observation was well timed, after tho reading-, and Mr. "WiWin's reply, was rather .^strange--"¡Th'át hp meant no.' oQonco j that no '.matter what tho o'musomonti' wero-no matter . what tho tapio-tba tit tondod to unite us." I diflfor widely from that gontlomanj, evory man, whatever roligion ho belongs to, will bo. disgusted ' ~; " to hear the priùoipal amusoment of tho - «venina to bo the holding up to redioulo tito- Head ' and coromonics of thoir ahurah. No ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. .' 'ADVEKÎISEÏUÎNTIV for iiwevtio» iu 'Tuosilny," !. ÍBSH3 must boVfonvnrdedlo tlio 0(IloJ*not Inl.nr tl»>i\fiinr\o clsc^ on Monday !nfter-' nomi j nti'l\oticñaoPSvit!)(lrnwol;n&lt;it Inter Dum two Vojo^k oVSiiliirduy. .,. \??? i. ADViiitTiaiiMF.NTS '«ont to bu iivM-rted in Hie .EXAMINKK without n spécifie order as to nnmlvjr af limes,?? will b;i.continued until ? V.umtevmnnrto'.l, and olinrgod for . accord iniçly. . ..
THE CLARENCE HEADS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
. "1 : THE 0LÀBE2Ï0E IEE IDS. :> , ( . TO lim EDITOR. OF TOR EXAMIÑEI». ' ?Sir.-I think it ia about tim'e'to begin to waka .up the Government to tho question ofi the A Heads . -again. It is no use plaoing £20,000 ] upon tho Estimates if tho rooney ? is not forthcoming to perform tile work. Tho inoonvonioncois felt on ovory hand j scarcoly a wcok or so passes without ono or other of tho steamers being! detained ¡it tho Hoads; and schooners aro kopt out of tho river ,fbr many days . . I daresay it will bo a grand thing, to have a splondid'breakwatar built, but whore is the money ! to ootna from, ' and when is >iv to "be ,Would it not bo bettor for' tho Government to spend a portion of tho £20,000 in blowing up lithe rooks in tho South Channel,' and wait for a >^time,withjtho breakwater. It is acknowledged V ;. that, those rooks, can.be rcmovod, and that they ';'??.. would '? lbáve auoh.an entrance into the river, that ; ' .vessels could go opt dr como in under (ivory stress ,...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
r\POT?TS. .: o.nuumuw i L-S/ÍIIM (i.), for Sydney : 850 linjfí.iimiw,]» ciisb'tiiHo\v,.SO bides, 13 bows .-. iVKN'ñ ooo|m poultry, 3 packages bacon, quantity oUhoriia .. ¡ind banca, Ü85 ounces 8 dwfcs. of yulti'dust, ami sundries, ?Tho Urana ;(s.) left Grafton on Wednesday, .Mossed tho bar tho samo afternoon, and reached Sydney oarly on Thursday ovoning. . . /f The Grafton (s.) left Sydnoy on Thursday nt ? t lOp.m.'j arrived at Nowcaatlo at duylight on Friday, loft again at 1 a.m., and crossed tlio bnr at IO a.m. on Saturday, and arrived nt ITitchiu's Wharf, at 4*80 p m. samo day :. \ The Grafton experienced light southerly and westerly breezes throughout tho passage. ?/ ; The Grafton sighted tho Torsovoranco, off tho ? Solitaries," bound to this port.
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
_ ,ïr DEPARTURE.. Heptemb»i; ll.-Umra (a.), 400 tons, Oaptnin i -cpip-., ',. s-).,"v. 1'nssengere - Mesirs. «i ' I' .',l','-,:,> !..».. Imf, i-)jvpnaI(J, and 21 iii > - Mliu steei-iigiv, ' ??. ? .'
CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
' : . v ".'???.??' CLARENCE; A. Derim, run out ...... G . b. by H. Wil ' eon '," ?? .... . 1 fhs^i^-W^ss ¿-not our... r. Ï. Wilcox, b by H WU- not out16 son ... ,.\ ... ... '1 I W. Crqkhton, run out 0 c. by-Hart, b. I V \ ^ $A by H. Wilson ll I W. CrosS,.VoPout\ ^.\7 c. by H. Wii » \ ? ' ? son, b. by '£. \ Hull ... ... 0 G. Anderson, b. by\I. b. by. T. Hull. 0 . WiUon . }.. 5 T. Ncil, b. by H.-Wilson 0 . J. Cowan, b. by H. Wilson 0 J, T. Jones: o. by ¿Gar raghty, b. byi Wufon 0 S. Smull, b. by HhVuson : Xtfg Bye».. Byes../ ;V*...\^Gvk V Total ... ... % Total Grand total for two innings, 08.
LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND BROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
»[ LABOUR MARKET. "¿. 1 -, ,, , . , [HAIGH AND DROWN.]' % ' ;J ; : \T1IB Sovereigns of the Sons . hos..arrived 'with 104' immigrants. Considerable' briskness oharap-; lorises thia market.-' Thero ia n Ia^''demnîd&lt;'f9r: labour of various.- descriptions, ;nnd"altöler/nble,1 -though- not' cxocssivo : supply ; Our/OTders^for fómidó servants' for tho wuntiy'nre numerous", but there w ari indisposition manifested to accept-ot situations at tho current rate of. wngcs.'. The ;ris-~ cen t arrival will, probably, moderato too high pcbtations..'.'. ' .r.r. -¡
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861
AlJSTilLCT OK SULKS BY AUOM.ON ' DUJUNOr Tty AYETSIC. MIL'SV'TIKDIN^A« Iiis Rooni«, This Doy h ? RV Vi n'i'lo >lr, a1 Buy Maro, in tlio estate of ? i ..'i: ¡. »i.i'.i.iliott.! i ; I' .- . &lt; Ti7.SHER,-At ..TuttaraaU'» Howl,i on j T'ii>'"ilnv. ut ll o'uloi», tarerai ujuful ' ? f' i teilt; llorar». . Viuí.TKna is Povsn,-T¡ie Tios-Prosidont > of tin. United S,atoH,tili'lust Fostiiinnter*Joneiul, ')|.K;|iii.;icrtt tiri'r^tujy of War, werp ijlj prii.t.Tj,