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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPATITURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPATITURES lutojr GRATTON. To Casino, &c, Sunday, and Wednesday, at G A.M. To Queensland, via Casino, Sunday, nt 6 A.M. To Armidale, Wednesday, at 8 A.M. To Tabulam, Wednesday, nt 9 A.M. To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday'morning. AlUUVAXS AT G-KATTOX. From Casino, &c., Tuesday and Saturday, at 0 P.M. From Queensland, via Casino, Saturday, at 6 r.M. , From Armidale, Monday, nt 6 P.M. From Tabulam, Tuesday, at 3 P'.M.;' From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE GOI/D FiEips.-Mr. Commissioner Em- mett, writing from the diggings to Mr. Becke, speaks very encouraginly ot' tho prospects of tho miners. The diggings are rapidly extending in all directions, and with settled weather the re- turns will somewhat astonish our Sydney friends. Thc Escort arrived yesterday morning, bringing down 1612 ozs. 16 dwts. NEW ROAD.-The people at Armidale, recently, in public meeting, adressed a memorial io the Government, praying for a grant of money for the formation of a new line of road from that town slup to Grafton. THE BUILDING SOCIETY will commence work- ing on Saturday evening next. Wc congratulate thc inhabitants, feeling assured that tho operation of such a society cannot fail of working well for all concerned. All those who arc desirous ol' joining can do so by paying tho entrance fcc to Mr. Bawden, and we trust the next meeting will be fully attended. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Wo are unavoidably compelled to postpone the publishing...

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CLARENCE AND RICHMOND Examiner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

GCARENGE AND RTOIIMOND Mw m mê m e TUESDAY, AUGUST IG, 1S5D. "WE intended issuing a supplement to day, but an accidental breakage as wc were going to pres has prevented it. We have crowded the news and advertisements into a much smaller compass than formerly and in future wo trust to bo enabled to make our paper still more useful to tho com- munity. Through tho accident, wc aro of no ccssity compelled to leave out a great, quantity of interesting matter.

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MELANCHOLY LOSS BY SHIPWRECK. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

MELANCHOLY LOSS BY SHIP- WRECK. (From the Empire.) On reference to our telegraphic des- patches, it will be seen that further particulars have been received of the wreck of the inter-colonial steamer Admella, at Cape Northumberland. The Admella was bound from Adelaide to Melbourne, and .had on board a large number of pas- sengers, a list of whose names will be found in the telegram. At present our information is very imperfect, the first .afcceunt stating that only the two men who found their way to the lighthouse had been saved, but later reports giving some reason to hope that the number rescued ,'"'^fas thirteen. It appears that there were in all forty-one passengers, besides the officers and crew-eight, including a lady, being in the cabin, and thirty-three in the steerage, seven' women and seven children being among the latter. There is mention made of one of the passengers offering £500 to be rescued from his perilous position, but whether he was saved or not remains at presen...

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[By Electric Telegraph.] Arrival of the Bombay AT ADELAIDE, With the Mails to the 18. June. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

[By Electric Telegraph.] Arrival of the Bombay AT ADELAIDE, With the Mails to the 18. June. Thc P. and O. Company's steamer Bombay arrived at Adelaide, on Friday, thc 5th, bringing thc June mails. Tho following is an extract of tho Herald's telegram : KEW MINISTRY. Parliament opened on Juno 7th. A voto ol' Want of Confidence was immediately proposed in the shape of an amendment on thc address, «nd carried by a majority of thirteen. Lord Derby resigned, mid Lord 'Palmerston has been made Premier. His Cabinet includes nil sections of the Liberal party from thc Pcclites to tho Manchester school. Thc Cabinet is as follows :- * Premier, Lord Palmerston. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Grindstone. Secretary for Foreign Allah's, Lord John Rus- sell. Home Secretary , Mr. Cornewall Lewis. Secretary for thc Colonies, Dulce of Newcastle. Secretary for Wnr, Mh Sydney Herbert. Indian Minister, Sir Chnrlcs Wood. First Lord of the Admiralty, Lord Sommerset. Lord Chancellor, Lord Campbell. Preside...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

THE WAK, .Several field engagements linve. occurred be- tween tho Austrians and tho Allies, with heavy loss on bot li side.-), but with dolent t o t ho Aus- trians. The Austrian forces arc retiring from tho . .States ol' thc Church. ( '. o Thc Duchess of Parma has quitted her domi- nions. Thc Austrians aro in full retreat upon their Venetian fortresses. They have evacuated Milan, which is occupied by the Allies. The Emperor of tho French and tho King of Sardinia entered Milan on June 8th, thc latter having been pro- claimed king there, us also at Florence and Pawna. It was anticipated that thc French, fleet in thc Adriatic would attack Venice. Thc Venetian coast has been blockaded, and several trading vessels captured. G aribaldi, thc leader of tho Italian Volunteers, has gained a victory over an Austrian force. Kossuth had quitted England to seo if way-. thing coidd be done to take advantugo of ttie opportunity to aid in the liberation of Hungary. There are 250,000 Austrians in Ita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

HOTICE' TO THE PUBLIC. The Proprietor of the CLARENCE AND RICHMOND EXAMINER bega to announce to the Re8denta of Grafton, the Clarence, and Ricihmond Districts, that he is now prepared to execute all descriptions of BOOK. JOB. AND GENERAL 1 on the shortest nonce, and at prices as low as any oiher «establishment in the colony. THE CLARENCE AND RICH . MOND EXAMINER is published every TUESDAY' morning at Grafton, and is for- warded to all parts ol' Australia, New Zealand, Great Bi i tait, Indi», Cape of Good Hope, and the British Dominions. As a medium for ad- vertises it will be lound equal to any news- paper in the colonies; and as it enjoys an immense circulation among the diggers, store- keepers and merchants will be t-nabled most advantageously to circulate their lists of goods for sal« in the midst of .those who are the greatest consumers. The price of the paper is twenty four shillings per annum, payable quarterly in advance, cr thirty shillings credit. Advertisements will be cha...

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POETRY. THE WAR. (From the times) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

POETRY. i THE WAR. (From the times) Thero is a sound of thunder afar, Storm in tho South, that darkens tho day, »SI or m of battle and thunder of war, Well, if it do not roll om- way. : Storm ! storm ! Riflemen form ! Ready, be roady to meet tho storm ! « Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form ! Bo not deaf to tho sound that warns ! Be not çulPd by a despot's pica ! Arc figs ot thistles, or grapes of thorns ? How should a despot sot mon free ? Form ! form ! Riflemen form ! Ready, bo ready to meet tho storm ! Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form ! k Let your Reform for a moment go, Look to your butts and take good aims. Better a rotton borough or so, Than a rotten fleet or a city in flames ! Form ! form ! Riflemen form ! Ready, be ready, to meet tho storm ! Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form ! Form, bo ready to do or die ! \ ,% \ Form in Freedom's name and the Qucon's ! i True, that wo havo a faithful ally, » But only tho Devil knows what ho means. Form ! form ! Riflemen form ! Ready, bo read...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

RACE BALL AT THE CLARENCE HOTEL, North Grafton. \yALL and SUPPER will take placo as above, Jj on Wednesday Evening, August 24th. A good and efficient Band will- bc pro- vided. Tickets, 5s. each, double tickets Vs. Gd., to bo had only at tho Clarance Hotel, and ns tho num- ber is limited, early application is neccssnry. BUÏÎ.DÏ3STG SOCIETY. AT a PUBLIC MEETING- held on Satur- day Evening last, the 13th instant, at Mr. Jones* Royal Hotel, lor the purpose ol' es- tablishing a Building Society in this District, It was moved by Mr. VINCENT, and seconded by Mr. LASIUERT, " That Thomas Bawden, Esq., do take the chair." Mr. BAWDEN, on taking the chair,, after a few preliminary remarks, called upon the Secretary to read thc names of the parties who had already taken shares. The SECRETARY having performed this duty, It was proposed by Mr. VINCENT, and secon- ded by Mr. ARCHER, " That tho Society now being formed be called ' THE CLARENCE BUILD- ING^ AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY.' " This pro- positio...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

DEATH. At Blake's Creek, near Lawrence, on the 3rd August, Mr. JAS. PRINGLE, aged 47 years. 122

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

SNJHA. We have news to 28th May from Bom- bay, and to the 27th from Madras. Letters from Allahabad mention that in consequence of the large number of men belonging to Native regiments concerned from the -first outbreak of the mutiny, and many of whom were present when the murders were perpetrated, having come in and claimed the benefit of the amnesty, it has been resolved that a special tribunal shall be established for the trial all such, j and that some who first gave themselves I up shall be admitted as approvers against their comrades. Captain Gowan has been appointed as the head of this tribunal and is to be assisted by two other officers -one military and the other civil-these latter ta be selected by the Lieutenant Go- vernor, Mr. lidmonstone. A letter from the correspondent of the Mofussilite, although it confirms the re- port that the Begum is in a Nepuulese fort near Bootwaul, gives a different account of the Nana. The letter is as follows: - Pince I last wrote we (Colonel...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

SHiPMfî INTELLIGENCE. ' . ARRIVAL. August 13-Duncan Hoyle, (s.). I60 tons> Captain Wilson, from Sydney, August 10. Pas- sengers,-Miss Croft, Mr. Lee, and 39 in the steerage.

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

RICHMOND RIVEK. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] AUGUST 8.-Thc falls at Casino aro again ren- dered dangerous and impassable in consequence of tho rain and floods, and you arc likely not to reçoive this for a week, if then. At Lismore, thc Jane Sonunervillo is loaded with tallow, hides, and cedar, nnd will go down the river to-morrow afternoon. Tho Louisa Maria is expected up here, also ; and tho Champion lias just, come in. A good deal of cedar, blocked in thc creeks since last fresh, is expected out now. Wo understand that thc schooner Curakii, having loaded, has dropped down the river from tho junction at Yabsloy's, to Ballina, ready for sea. Since Inst week tho weather has been exceed- ingly unsettled, with heavy rains, thunderstorms, nnd violent gales of wind from thc S.E. Tho schooner Josephine, Copland, master, and tho schooner Champion havo entered thc river. Tho Bipley, schooner, in coming in, touched on tho South Spit, and remained thero for some time. Tho sea drove hor on tho ro...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

IMPORTS. Ex Duncan Hoyle :-6 casks beer Lowe, 19 packages Millar, 2 do S. Tennat, 4 do A. Came- ron, 2 do J. Dennis, 6 do Davison, 5 do Bunn, 5 do M'Donald, 1 bale S. Pringle, 2 cases, 3 bags Bayldon, 4 packages Grime, 6 do Andrews, 2 do Leeson, 2 do Shaw, 2 do Clark, 4 bags Revel, 5 do, 3 packages Mrs. Raley, 65 packages, J. Moore, 4 cases Bawden, 57 packages Moore and Co., 7 do, 1 iron tank White, 2 cases, 1 package E. Potts, 5 packages Löwcnthal, 8 bags potatoes Kelly, 1 boat Connor. The Duncan Hoyle left Sydney on Wednes- day, at 9 P.M., left Newcastle on Thursday, at 10 A.M., and arrived at the bar on Friday 6:30 P.M. She experienced fine weather during the trip. The schooner Albion is outside the bar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 16 August 1859

Building Society. MEETING of the Shareholders will be held at Mr. Jones' Royal Hotel, North Grafton, on Saturday Evening next, the 13th August, tor the purpose of establishing a Building Society for the Clarence and Rich- mond District. All parties feeling interested in the progress of the districts are requested to attend. Chair to be taken at half past 7 o'clock. Wm. L. TINDALL, 112 Secretery pro tem. W. Lambert, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, NORTH GRAFTON. R. A. IVES, SAWYER, Laurence Town, Elbow. Cedar cut to Order. .;/\^y;>f;v; , 33 L. WILLOUGiiBf, Solicitor, e Prince Street,North Graf ton. 53 ( . S^v^^fred^^agë,. ' PAINTER&¿ÍGLAZ 1ER; f ¿AND PAPER I HANG33Ri?fc>IGN "BQARD PAINTER, WRITER "AND DECORATOR, ; '. ::V:v,..^ " t. <? EVERY dëSAÎipÊîôiï of.Wiork executed ! * in the mds.ifiyib'r^an'-like and neatest manner, and at priceBlaut little increased above Sydney terms, , "< . , -.-y' : ' A choice Lot of. PAPER) HANGINGS now .on hand. f ? 42 $...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

SHIPPING iMTELiSSEHGE. ARRIVALS. August 2-1-Duncan Hoyle, (s.), Ibo tons, Captain Wilson, from Sydney. Pas^ngers, Messrs.-J. C. Peters', Th. "Davies and P. L. Pud divent, and Mids Mackay, und 28 in .the steerage.

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OP THE MAILS. DurATtTURES FI103I G;It AFTON. To Casino, &c, Sunday, und Wednesday, at G A.M. To Queensland, via Casino, Sunday, at G A.M. To Armidale, Wednesday, at 8 A.M. To Tabulam, Wednesday, at 9 A.M. ' To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning. AKHIVALS AT GRAFTON. From Casino, &c., Tuesday and Saturday, at 6 P.M. From Queensland, via Casino, Saturday, ut 6 P.M. i ? " From Armidale, Monday, at 0 r.M. From Tabulam, Tuesday, nt 3 P.M. T From Sydney, by steamer, Sattirday afternoon j

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

DKPAKTUIiK. August 21-Grafton, (s.), 210 ton», Captain Quayle, for Sydney. The Duncan Hoyle (s.) experienced fino wen- j fher during her last passage. Loft Sydney on j "Wednesday at 9 p.m.- 'and Newcastle on Thur."- j day at 10 a,m. Crossed thc bar on Saturday at j 7 a.m. and arrived at Cowan's wharf at 1 p.m. ? Passed thc Grafton (*.) on Friday at noon olf tlie South Solitary.

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE GRAFTON SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

- J LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE ( OF THE GRAFTON SCHOOL OF ARTS. i - t Tins event came oil* on Friday afternoon last in presence of the officers and mombcrs of tho In- stitution, and a largo concourse of spectators. Tho children of thc National School, under their respected teacher Mr. Page, were on the ground, neatly attired and seeming to take great interest in the ceremony. R. Bligh, Esq., the President of tho Institution officiated, and in an excellent speech alluded to the blessings of Eduction and thc necessity of all joining together in promoting so desirable an end. Tho secretary, W. H. H. Hecke, Esq., then read a synopsis of tho affaira of tile School of Arts, tho principal items of v*íiich wc published in our last. Under the stone, in a hermetically scaled bottle, wa3 placed a printed parchment, containing thc following particulars, which wa» also read by the Secretary : The Foundation Stone of this Building wa* >¡ laid by RICHARD BLIGH, Esquire, Justice of thr ' Peace ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

ORIGINAL OORgUESFQUDEIIOE. Our column» are open to all writers viho refrain Jrovi the use of virulent language or p< rto- nalities, but we aro not responsible for opi- nion expressed.

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