ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 99,316 items from Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
99,316 results
POETRY. WHICH LOVE IS BEST? [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

POETRY. ? N^SÎÏ&V WHIÖH V>VJÎ 18 BEST? * TwV^íIjOTe íougUtÍB^pd.fititSiv'n unsought i» bettor. -"*^" -\\nlí&nAre'g T«(dfth Night ?>,»:; vrWhioh lovo ísTHfP Tho jove Hint cornos un . SOUgllt, \ \ Or that we seek ? Tho'kfrart can only tell ; . 'The lovo that's given exceeds tho lovo that's ?;1 ' / . bought wt. y.,: By1 sleepless nights, and bitter sighs, that swell 's .7 The bosom o'on to bunting, let me live ; Hound in Love's flow'rs, whioh tenderly cu ??? /?'?'v'., v Tetter ? - . Tho prisoned heart-, then I this"answer give- . ._. - ".Love sought is good, but giv'n unsought is -.? :. better." .?? .????'? (:?>.?.i.,| v.-< ;> Sad ore a lover's vigils when away ? - ' 1 ITromhor who heavily his absenoe chides ¡ : . ; But if; she smile upon tho long delay, ' >.(?.:; 'slnto a soothing bliss his griefisubsides¡ .,.!?! i > Give inetnelotp that only winsahcBrt' ; ; V ' - To treat it kltjdlw not with galling fetter -? ; ¿ To load it ¡ tbenUliB Stos...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Thursday, September 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

SYDNEY.. LFll35f omi CoilUESPOXDENT.] ? Thursday, September 12th. On Saturday^last'Mr. J.H; Atkinson j entertained about: two hundred friends at his residencers^ -Liverpool^ on ' tho occasion o£j'tn>e ma^skcre of thé)ihnocênt alpacas.; is à maçraf of coúrae tho alpaca mutton wasitîjeVmost prominent, feature ol' the feast? 'Stowing\ tho < festi- ? yities, the company were^tlvrown into a little confusion by tho extraordinary, con - duct of, Messrs. Hoskins and Luca* These gentlemen (bóth'M;Íií]^.'s);iíppeav.. while udder, tho ^ influence,"^ Mr.;'; Iloa-; kins,mudo comments bu MfcCowper, not at: all flattering toluat gentleman.' ' Mr.; Lucas declared that some ono had-,hit; him in the mouth with an orangé, and: thore'upon challenged^ : the * offender as a' d- scoundrel arid1 coward to come out with fiats, swords, or pistols. Mr. Hoskins was : convoyed to tho; railway, carriage on tho shoulders of four men, andsa^lyMppositéd.' on the. floor., The "conduct of ^esôyindivîdua...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Destruction of the ship Sovereign of the Seas by Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

Destruction of the ship Sovè ' . reign of ^e_SeasJby Fire. _ . AT about twenty minutes to olwen; o'clock, on Tuesday night tho residents in the;northern part, of; tho city wbro alarmed by thci bontiniloilB ring-. ing of bella oh Board tho ship's¡'"of tho harbour,, und great excitement was caùiod.-by théi iñtóhV gonce that a'Uro' had broken roiuV ou board tho Sovereign of the Boas, lying alongside CampbollV Wharf,. It seemed from the ßrst thiïit all oflbrts "tó savó the ship was futile' üarpentéw/hów/evor, . were quickly sot to work to auuttle her. We hear that this Are wu3 the work of an incendiary. Two men belonging to tho ship nru iri»oustody charged with the offence ; ono of thom Luke Conney was heard to threaten that ho would set Ure to tho ship, in order to obtain his disohargo As soon as the smoke Vas seen^tho man to whom attention ?had bee^jhawn, ^aS-immediately put in irons, wboroupónjio oceiiséd^ tho individual who bael vaguely spolte aboutltiai to tho ohiof mite. ' At four...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FEW WORDS ABOUT SILK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

A FEW WORDS ABOUT SILK. TO TUR EDITOR OF THE EXAMINEE. ; SIB,-At a tirad when the various1 dnd;.mnnifold producing capabilities of this fajious district aro ; subjects of gcnoral discussion,- it may not be .out of placo .ta invito .tho attention of our farmers and landholders to tho oidturo^of so' valuable an aVtioiowr^cortimoroads'silk*.. ^ ' '? '1 -ll[or ¿orno titao pfBti owing: to, a disease which SUackedVflra EG^r^&in^ilkOTljm, raw silk bas .boon getting gra3ualF3e^ro*hd doarer. _ If- has not boon ascertained ro what cause this disease is .to bo asoribod-Whether arising .from adversa seasons affecting the health of cither the worm or of the trees, on tholaavos of whioh they food; but oven supposing that this disenso might not attack either tho caterpillar or tho : tree in this part of tho world, thora still romains, tho objec- tion that tho silk worm, which foods on the white mulberry, is extremely , dolioato; and ; requires, groat caro and nursing ; and tint the trdo.,i...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS SERVICES AT ULMARRA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

- \HÍM<H0U3 SERVICES ' AT ; ULMARRA. TO THE EDITORTE TEE EXAMINER. ? Sin,-I in not know who yoiir Ulmarra Corros .jiondont roly be, but I think ho has yet to loam Low to Bpcali the truth in love, j Ho ncoiisoäV(o of giving thorn very fow ser- vices; and of'viiy little energy, iu .preaching to ? theni ono sormon»V one, br ttirea, or BÍX months. Now what: are trít facts f T commencod hold- ing a monthly service ut Ulmnrrn in March, 1853, and, wi til ono oxcoption, whilst absent at tho diggings, of whioh notice was given, tho Borvieo . 'Jias been -held without' ono single interruption -until May last,£(Thon I proooeded to Sydney, nuñtortttufttely being dctav,cd by tho flood "at tho 'bar, I had to ïbtwnhomo1, anuSommonoing my journey again 1 was absont o\tho flrs^Sundaya of tho following montlis of Ji^ieand July-V Tho drat Sunday in August, in my. arrivaient ?tho place of sorvico, I found I win not expected ";s , innd thoró being few peoplo thoro, X only had n short sorvico b...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

^A;M'i\0 ..,STl)N.E"fV ^nE wea . kndvriv Strainbpn't ""?Grafton, TO-MOKR0W (Wcdiic day) itQJttiy ^íiíO-iit Skylight, (áhiAg'.vn cargo nt llttWicma ? '-'wliatfCB. ' ' ! :,.1t'_: - i "Tor full part iculrtrifci-'tlt freight, ¿.c , \\>\A%tp y J the Oftptnw, t. )>Uavd.ô^ v " FOR SY»N EY. - The first/^class - I schooner _jaMKABETH, Î20 tons, Cnj^nfltlAS, now loading] at thc Factory. .// . .? ¡'.; J Por fi eight Art passage, apply to G. A. KIRCHNER, Factory. 490 TR ROCKHAMPTON. -The fim-cla^s sclu,oner __ PEttSEft'EItANCE, ,1P0 tons, Caß^nJfMITH, will-sail Vattout 2tyh September. ,'f ? :\ IJor fraght '(# passage apply to " »fG .A.jfoíptNER,'Factqiy. 491 -ÜÖR BRISBANE $ MORETON IjAT: Thc schooner, ^ , , AXfSTKAMA, / 80 tons, Captain MpEUMOTT, will ??X .sail 'on' or about the SOth^ptembeiv;.' For fi eight «.or passage apply >. to * G. A. KIKCHmüR; Factory:492 ' ZÁNTED¿aT$RM LABOURER, "iSnd'a B0)V%í can nde 'well; 'Apply to''Mi. GÖLL«, at the Wharf, NoitBsflreW/" 527' i IVTUNiQlPAL' ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

ß' " " O LO NI AL - MANUFACTURE . .tyiînsns'^GMStí^Thox'uhdevri 'sjgncd'Mving rocVntíyimported macní-, .íícry .W'th&ptirp^^bf mating-men's,, women's,^ íbiñfórmfhis numerous customers, bbth; .wholcsate'and retail,, that; be is'Tnoy* '^repal-eä', ta shMy . ; them,-j in any quahritíyj' with Athbsío goods; at 'thp' .usüóT';-'price of ^Eh)dish; 'while . for '<ß^ty>..;. wear, and'/icatness, he., is deterrqincd the/ shrdf bc uAuypassed;.. ;}!Tbe^excelleScs' vi /vetqots^ over; -eyeiyjolhci'im^ . every »nail ucmg ificfiched on* içon ' lasts ' 'íñsidó-thó boot/it is impossible" they can come to p/:ccs-and so confident H$ thc undersigneoW. this fact,, -that be engages to feivc, on .demand, a new pniv. of boots in^p\c\of old .ones, 'should tue/y ever be preÜu^Qd to him in winch-the rivet working, iii thc least degree,, started. ' \ , V . liv conclusion,' all the undersigned asks- for tlris .,n.e\v style , of ^colonial mnnnfaclurc is n fair trial, and ho j feels confident t...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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. THE WANT OF AN INFIRMARY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. . -o--1-r-; Ova columns nra open to nil -writers wlio.rofrain from tito use of virulent language or, perso naiitífls\but A0 oro not roäPoa8""° for ? opimoçs^Mj^sfld, <*.¡: . TO THEvEBITap OP" THE EXAMIKBB, Stn,-I seo iii your^asfc paper a lotter signed "Publicólo," on "tho\ want ofi. an infirmary." Thora is a statomont in" that; letter so evidently . alluding to me, and, at tho.s'amo.tjmo/so entirely TJMTBüR, .that ,1 am compellod;. unwillingly, to notico it. . ? . ,?,. < Publicóla!" after'indulging In the usual fling . nt the squat ters,''tolls 'a story of a youth, brought out from England7 by'ono of thcso monstors, " who, when overtaken by sickness, was packed ott" to Sydney with TEN . SHILLINGS iu his pocket." * . Now thoro is only ono other gentl«man in this . district, besides myself, ..who 1ms been in tho , habit of getting mon out from England ¡ and I harolatoly had .occasion to-Bond a lad to tho .Sydney infirmary. Tho UH AL ' FA...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COTTON CULTIVATION. On the Treat[?] and Cultivation of Cotton, [?] by [?] Experienced Planter, for the [?] "Cotton Supply Association." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

On .the 2Vcírt)^¿VflX OuUivatim ?óf . Cotton, -rnrnm^m^-hii Experienced ,. ? Planter, for we M^nc\stcr " 'Qottdii ' ? Supply Associa tion."\ - -'v: .'FROM :its.^delicate1' nalVrey the colton" i ;! .plant is h'árdvtoí bo> ïiiTtcd, iin'- soil a'nil-l ?' climate, and4t?scldom .'happens! thati'such . . a combination of, both iisiobtained (.las Ho .. perfect the plant, and«matyir;e !>thf : crdp.1 The consequence; is,-jthalv¡few'SjmU,,arc; found where j these, resumís; arcVi-ôbtairied V with any degree ofruniform^suçpess*.; <bqt these'do exist,;io just such an émient as lp ...y^-riíUemo!istrate/.m*«tH.cbhc|¡ásively CliqV 'soils in' ^propifèvlocallties 'are^t'o ' he'- foühd/, ' 'exactly !suited,lo the successful cùtlbré'Jof. >? " thiá delicate plant.'7 'With ia' knowledge v of this'fact',- itihecofpèst!a Irtatlérí ofiprime :; importance . to t.understand! what. -these ..<«... pecaborijies.of^.tJi^soil.varejc-jandiTvherh deficiencies exist UJ search tiiem out,...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANGI GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

GANGS GO&DipIELDS. ACCORDING to prctaisèV I write you by thia post. Tlic^CaV^ laggings are still yielding well, 'and Wries are making . their. iß A and ¿É5 ppr week, but at the present time it would be .premature,''. to \ say i n^ore than that a . good ??. fieltS ' V ^jkA to bc found. Up to; JthV \»jt Friday thu gold discovered^ hoViwrSbas only' been in,patches. Let soVicof your Grafton storekeepers send up a team as provisions ave very scarce ; and should we get a largo "aeccession to our numbers, great' priWions will be the result.'1 LsÈall »\d\oj\. further parti- cular's ncxt^polt. \ \ V:,_ BntDOE' OYBR MTRTJ^ CRREK.-Wo understand our enterprising townsman ?Mr. D. Kirke/ has accepted the cp-ntract for a brid^o-ovei;1'Myrtlo Creek. .Mr. Kirke havujg ' leasedvM'jv Fisher's pile driving ! . machinV ^o-i^Tjrbcocd.* .to- morrow morning \) áonuneiico at oueo 1 tho bridge which will sopply a want that ! trnvollern have long feH\he ueetl of, . BÇADIKOS AT TUE, SCHOOL OF Anís. -Th...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

TUE Bissen. . . - On the following evening, the two elevens were entertained at the Durham Ox Inn, On entering the room set apart for the occasion, the tables were found to bo heavily laden with those .good, things which alone know how- to fully appre- ciate. 1 ,." v : :v.-, Mr.. A. M'vKellar, J.P;; occupied the chair; and Mr.;A. Girard,;;T.P.;:tao. vice ohair. The tablesvhaviqg been lightened of their hurdensVnnd thë^cloth -removed, i 'The Chairmati^roso,- and gave the I health of her most .gracious Majesty. He said whenever Englishmen met. they never forgot what was-due to their Queen and to themselves ; and he.was-;sure the .present would not.form.on exception. . ? Tho toast was drank with^enthiniasm. Tho Chairman then- gave in ;a 'neat speech the Army and Navy, which was drank with musical honours. . . Song, *air. ; Coles-Eed, "White,1 rand Blue.- \ The Ohai^mnn>next :> proposed the GovemoivGeneral,"\niich was drunk withi -tbtoe-timo8.t)irBfl..., ^iff..t-.".-.,¡r, Song, Mr...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

v vSECONÏ).DAYi:' First Elrae. VTheRichmond Uiver Plate/tf á>5Q. fot all ¿brees roño event, three\jmes"founc\\h e \5p\1r3c\., Mr. iTonca' b. h. Puter tonn....\..;;;(Boody) ? 1 J. Gregory's ob. encamp ..........<.... 2 J. Ï. Jones'b. g. Scipip.;.¡... 0 This race was won easily;, by Peter 'Pinn. V ''. \ .....>... Second R£ce.-*^uW^urry of £5, for all bones SigprcStedyof by tho Stewards; obà eyäüt, /ôWVmile, was. won by Mr. Archies' bro\v\phuy Jack. Third Eace.-Tko HnX^ace, of £25 ; one event, two mile3. ' I Mr. G. Sparkes' b g Doubtful. l l j A. M'iCoUav's b g. Bathorsby...,-.. 2 Williams'^), Gotddiggor. ,0 I Gold ^ig^r.^koMelk, in this race throwing; hjB°Vleiw argoobV race, how- ever, ensheu lMivMnMho \>tber two, which resulted in Doubtful winning by two or three lengths. V Fourth Race.-Consolation Staltes, of £10 for all ^beaton lippes ;< oue-and-a rmarter mile.V- 3Jh\ >J.*\¡&regqry!B h. g. Baldwin du Rojirawalked over. Fifth- Rnco.'-Th\ tor...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHMOND RIVER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

" EICHMOND RIVER RACES. THESE races came off on Tuesday and Wednesday last, 10th and 11th instant, ; and the weather was . all, that cöuld ¡hj¡¡f desired* ' Tlie course-.wWvery -hodvy-ia' places in consequence of the previous rains; ' Although two of-the horaes fell with their riders, no serious accident occurred throughout , the meeting. Taking all thing&jnto consideration, there was : a good, V»semblaxge »o£ peoplo. Among the company»wevpo3er\e\ Mr. G. Irving, M.L.A.' A great^mVnjr; V the fair sex also graced the course with I their presence, and everythmgywenfc off I-with eclat. I , ; FIEST DAY. I Pirat Eace.-Maiden -Plate, of £80; t the second horao» to recoivo £10 from the prize. .V« O^Pand-a-half .; ; mile, ono event. C V \ \' M ? Mr. J. T. JoneV\. g>Ynm\hX..(Jfrtre^ 1 A. M'Kollar's ch. g. LVutommt . 2 J: Gregory's b. f. Beeswmg. 3 . Lieutenant went away with the lead [ and maintained it for about a mile, when i Vanish came up to him and thc two raced neck and neck ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

'MUNIÎÏFAL' COUNCIL. ¡oTire^quarterly meeting of the Grafton ¡'Municipal Council, was held &h noon, on nThurtiday,'. at tlio Council^Chnraber: IsPresent:'The'Mayor,' Aldermen tAvery,' Lardner, M'Faldan, Gilmore, Robinson, and Paj'ne. : i ¡ . ? ' ? ? ? ? JTIXUTfES. ?: ' ? Tho minutes of the Inst meeting were I read and coriSjmaL vj ' ' ? ¡ <? ?; "Ç%'A,lefct3r waSxtcadWem the Depart- ment of Land authorWing tho Council to'procuro a rope for Bio mint, and to> pivj-^l/Tiw --Hciliinw -uvOl-*1/U- Hil'. .MVeeiü, . Superintendent of lionels. feome-dianussioa ensued upon the read- ing; of this lottos, it bsing asserted by, several Alilc^anwhat the substance of tlie above lelfe^h\j\£en published in a garbled statement.AVMCTI was calculated toxouvey. a falso impression., i ;..The Mayor stated l^at in .future,-he i .wouhVnot make known . tho contents of any lotterteibi'3Nit.had been read at the Council, y.. \ . ? ? A letter wto read from Mr. Thoma3 Shoveller, ofl'ekncj'àC....

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

-r_^_-=== townee nub |{ie|jinoi)i TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ]7, 1801/ PERIODICAL agitation appears to .bc ??iv : matter of absolute necessity ; wc boped that the subjeet of the " Heads "'was . so fur provided for ; that : it ; at least i '..iwould.be removed from our long list of local wants j but, alas ! ' there -appears ?but Mittle' prospect an accomplish nient.A^T^ivc utouVis since, there weré MoiigNjncouVog\ricnts for hope. .So longos rtheMiitclruf\eparation ww the subject of debatcX wff .were again aud'again. vcmmdcd yf- thc' intended' liberality of the Sydney Government. /There was to be no end to the attention, .and aidi to bc thrust upon thc district." Within one month, wo werc to haven shoal of workmen' employed at thc -Headset least. ' ' /Chere 'was > to bo no mistalco about! it, that tho ,£20,000 was to be spent at once, and that-wu's' to be but an earnest of what was" intended - for, our good. Unhappily the cry has ?- been hushed, and in the .quietness, thc Heads with ' some...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] CRICKET. CLARENCE V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

I RICHMOND RIVER; -,. [FROM OUR COBRESrO.VDJáNT.] I : ' C lil GK ET. " v > : OLARBNOB v. EIOHMOND. Ii tías'been said that of late, years the English, people^ave regenerated in their lqvo. of field sports ; and that iq, these '" piping timcB of peace," "the: greatest desire of our race is tc-. amass wealth. "We are happy, however, «to find that oUr' ties ofvfriendship are likely ,to, be mope (firmly-cemented by an anuual.match of cricket between the Clarence and Rick mond Clubs, lt will be fresh in the re .collection of our readers that on the visit of tho Richmondera to the Clarence they returned home with high spirits, carry- ing back with them their well-earnt laurels; On- the 3rd instant, the Clarenco ?eleven started for thc Richmond, to re gain the lost honours,. and. their>.éffbrt¡r nave ; been crowned with success. -Many. weroMdie difficulties experienced in" tm- jMirnby-rapid creeks to pass, mudOT ya8a,'au|l iaded^- horses to spur onward, yet\ho gallant few surmounted t...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

LATEST COMMERCIAL Mn. : .TfioMAB .' FIBIIBB. : reports' having sold privately, during the wcok, 14 acres 2 roods and 20 perones of land on. tho Richmond road, op posito'Mr. S. Avery's, at £13 por^,aoro¡ also, a farm, near Mr. Prieatloy, containing 46 acres, at £1 por aero. ? ? ! ' Mr.* J. SOBOTTON roports having sold 10 aoros of land at North Grafton, for 250'. j and tho flvo allotment* nt South Grafton, for 225/., known as ttho prbportios of tho lato Oliver Fry. Grafton, August Cth, 1801. ; Flour-£22 por ton.- ... ITay, luoorno-8'. to 8/. 10s. per ton Hay, oaten-10/. to lOt ,10s. per, ton ' Potatoes-10s per cwt. ¡ ? Onions-£7 to £0 per ton. . . . Whoat-Gs. to b's. Gil. per bushel Maizo-3s. 9d.* to 4s. por bushel Bran-10a. cwt. ' . : Barloy-6s. to 7s Od. por 'bushel.' ? Butter-ls. Od- to 2s. p:r lb. , Ohoosa-Od. to ls. ditto.' Baoqn-7di totód por lb. .... . ? Figs; alivo<^6d¡^per lb.\ .. Fowls-2slTo 8s:»por piijJV, ' S Duck's-4s ißd to\s. dittov Geese-lW-to^SsAdittWsjfc:v...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

Ti À M R , M ''A ' Ñ !/ JC|\ PRAGTtáAL^ATCHMAKE RV piiQce-streeyON&s:ih Grafton, U^" Spectacle^líitablefór all sights.: G1 ERMA.N IMMIGRATION.-The] undersigned beg to notify to per-.j sons desirous of sending for,, friends or'1 relatives 'from.. Germany/ : that r. they havo been ; 'authorised by. Messrs. J. C. GODEFFROY and SON, in Hamburgh, to issue ?? tickets for pas- sages by their- vtill-known vessels, running between, .Hamburgh < and this port. They /r/ gfep- prepared to j receive ORDMMS for Labourers. for farms and stn^nsiWlfechanics, t Seo., which will hg executed by Messrs. J. C. Godeffujy and Son, whose long j experience is' sufficient guarantee, that"] only tlic moat suitable persons/ such us will give every satisfaction to tho' cnir ployers here, will be selected ?. Tor further! 'particulars.; ;npply".to I RAriONH; FEEZ, mid CO., 3, Wynyard-streetj-.Sydiioy. ..¡-y ¡ ,T C8j{li SBIP77, RELJ.ISF FUND.- The : siSub^cribui-a Viv- rP(iiii.'i'ii!(lic(j attend ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

."^SW MYLAND. ? . , ? .On thc evening'of Tuesday/ ,the¿13th of August, a public meeting; fconvencäi . : by bis Honor.¿.tl>o.,Sup«*mwa¿«í*r^i£j .compliance with a numerously^signed requisition, was held in the Mechanics' " . Institute, for thc purpose of devising 'means, to give, a-becoming welcome to <? Sir George Grey on his arrival in New : Zealand. The- hall " was - r'densely crowded, thc; Superintendent of the province; - i Mr.- : ;Johri^'^Williamson, occupied thc chair;«!lhsnoticing the re-.; > '-suit "of -this ; meeting, thc'* Neiu '"< 'Zealcruîer Nrórhark's : -"Auckland;, it . - appears^is arwa^to be divided against « itself. r.'^^crjySSoliB'.' '.question, no ; matter, how-sn^»its-importance, ; is v -always to be discussed on partj^faction. . A compliment to 'nVdeparting governor ^ cannot be paid" without a vulgar ".row,", ^ - in which the gracefulness and good-will : ^of;the offering is seriously damaged) j, ^ J nor can preparation be made to rece...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARI[?]IES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 September 1861

. ,Q. Why is tho aocufcuV*on gf.sand nfc tho ^mouth of tho Claronce jiivor, Uko Campbell'si i 'Clarence River Slows ?-r-A. Because there YOU "find tho bar-gains, and cash is required for'their .jremoval. . < ¡i- . -nj^ut .. Q. Why is tho rooky part of tho ontrnnco. to tho Clarcuoo like.a disobedient boyP-A. Be .. . xauso, it wanls'bloning up. w ? f.'ife-.; ?"ffi'^Qr^Wliy is tho Clarenco Kivcrliko 'o poling ,,'iwo : BUOOMsfulIy worked by, a , .gardenerj -¿r?. A. "¡Bocauso it lias a rising Graffeon._. ? ; "i ? '.:. German is tho language of melancholy, Italian ?/of'-love, French of wit, English of Bcnso, , and t 'Spanish of gallantry .v .--¡rAngor.is a apeoiosi anilrunljeniiess,. which : nttaoks our ulinda and, troubles .our.rcason by more dangerous fumes. \hin-. tlioso" of wine, | because they last longer, anótale usually attended-1 'with moro fatal effects, \ -\»\. ... <??? -i v i ." Horjî.-It has .been often; shown how tho ia . . fluenoo of liops in .general s...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x