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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 September 1861

(WodnescUiy) MOB» . ïSd, at daylight, taking in cargo at tho tarious .*^M1 particulars as to freight, &c, apply to ? the. Captain, on board._ ? 1 ^ROCKHAMPTON. -The first-class schooner __ pERSESTOKANCE, *y 100. tons, ' Captin #$ÍITH, wilL sail Mahout 25th Se^feiW.. . For freight or passage apply to;| . ;G, A. KIRCHNER, Factory; 491 IOR -BRISBANE, MORETON BAY. The schooner AIJMffiAjfclA,. 80 tons, Captain^'Ï^RMOTT/ will saiiiçin or about the ust October. ;, ' For freight or passage apply to .G.; A. KIRCHNER, Factory. ... 492 EOR SALE, the schooner . . E M U, . of 14 tons, now lying off . '"the Ferry Wharfy Soujh Grafton.1 She -is well-found in sails/anchor, chains, standing ánd^ranni/j gear ; she hits just been put^ndef a thorough repair, -and is now-well anted'for river traffic; Her length over-«l is 30 feet, depth of V, hold 4 fcet,,with/8 feet bdain. Apply to Mr. CHARLES MATTHEWS, South ; Grafton j ,or Mr. THOMAS FISHER, Auctioneer.' . 557 ÀWYERS WANTER hy the un dersigne...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 September 1861

"\ OBITUARY, - , Lord-Herhert; of Etea, the Duke of Buckingham, Adtoiral : Pellew, . 'General J. Swinburne, Sirji. Patterson, Prince Adam Cosar Toyyaki, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. POBEIGN INTELLIGENCE has The ill feeling produed in Prance in been increased !>y some observations ce Parliament on tho naval forces bf 'Fran . and England. On the latter subject the Patrie says:-"The extension of- tin? marítimo power of Pranco.haB.no othe limits than her resources and her intoreBts. Wo, admit no other; and. never will wp allow, tho will or. the jealousy of JJl^Sgnorsiia fix any. Prance is far from* con testing the maritime superiority of England, but Bhe is-under no obligations to make the dovolopemenfc and progress of her navy, subordinate to tho joalous caprices of her ally.1 We haye endeavoured, to make up .for lost time ; JthcfvbcBt thW that the. English can dó .i» ^ follow\oiir example.'- Lot .thom vote whatever- crodita Vtn'ey deem necessary j lot tliçm enlarge and,' mul 5 t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, AT ADELAIDE. EUROPEAN NEWS TO THE 3rd OF AUGUST. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 September 1861

ABEIYAfc j OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, AT*yVD*ELAIDE. «" EUROPEAN ^ÑEWS TO THE ;'; s; GENE1UL; INTELLIGENCE,. ? THE Queen visits Ireland in August. . Lord-John. Russell is created a Peer, nuider the titK of Earl Russell. . Lord Elgiiiv.is ^appointed. Governor General of3fiaia.y~* j ? : Tho Ministerial re-elections havo taken .place without'^opposition.. i ? . 1 , , ¿ SeveralMmvÙeria|'changes havp taken place.1', \. ;\ s , Sir G; C. BêwisVôês to the. "War Office . Tn ? tho-room of . Lord1 - Herbert j Sir Gooroo Grey goos to the Home Office-;. i and'« Mr. Cardwell to the Duchy of Lancaster. ^ . ?. . Sir Robert Peel ia to be Secretary for Ireland. - . ? .. . .','.,?»:..?. ' Mr. .Baring resumes : the ; .Under-,,'?? .Secretaryship! of India y Eearli^o -iGray « tho ."War, Offibjj, Under Secretaryship;.: ., and' Mr. Layardthafefor Foreign Affairs.' ? ?? The' dccoratiotar'of 'tho "Victoria Cross < is about to bo conferred on" colour sergeant Jolin. Lucas of the 40th Regi- ment, for-gall...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities, but we are not responsibio for opinions expressed. RELIGIOUS SERVICES AT ULMARRA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 September 1861

OÇB oojumns are.opon to nll writers who refrain from tho uso bf virulent languago or perso ? nnlities, but wo are not responsibio for opinions expressed. RELIGIOUS lORflOÊS 'AT ULMARRA. , TO TUB EDrA>a\í\,TlÍE IlXAMINEtt. - Sm,-I do "know" tho E'er. Arthur E. Selwyn, and I ara quito propared to substantiate any re- marks made by myself, in referenco either to tho trev, gentleman, or to Iiis ouVial services at Ulmarra. I hayono desiro to wield tho sword of polomical strife, with any member of the community, muclrjess witli que whose sacerdotal office demands respect ; ^ut jewill at onco refute tho charge of falsehood p^efcrrid against me, and contained in a letter stgVod''' A«bui' E. Selwyn," published in the columna.of lost .week's Bxamin r. I need scarcely mention,"' that the.'! facts," Btated in the letter alluded to, are in themselves suDi oient .evidence of the truthfulness , pf my state- ment-"That we hare not :booñv favoured', with ono sermon in three ihontliir.". IVmight, ...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 September 1861

SYDNEY. \ty. [PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.], . .' TUB town ia very dull at "resent. The races are over and tho opera, season is'? .over too, and the news by the present homo mail is not of a very exciting nature. Black Harry has been sentenced to death, and the case of Luke Conroy, for burning the " Sovereign of the Seas," has terminated in that gentleman's com- mittal for trial. Tho heretofore endless debates in the Assembly have happily been cut down by the early closing asso- ciation in that body, and consequently we are robbed of all tho fun for .which the Assembly was formerly celebrated after* the hon. members had) partaken of their customary "refreshments." That was a good idea of Mr. Lucas, to obtain a cer tificàte of sobriety from Mr. Wisdom, and thereby confound tho. statements of the Herald, Mr. "Wisdom' admitted that ho had not seen him drunk on ¿ía/iocca sion, but Bomehow or another he forgot ..to, endorse .Mr. Lucas' claims to sobriety., at all* times. ¿¿The Herald howjover...

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TABULAM. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 September 1861

i v TABULAM. ' . [FROM A C9¿nESrONDENT¡] . ' 1 HoiùiiBMî liüitDEiL- A fretful murder. has been committed-tee -py a black fellow named1 " ílluoher " on a Black gin from Tabulam, whioh I think tho police aiuKthe authorities ought to take cognizance of. The blaoMcllow had been somo time in tho Nativo Polioo servios, and was/ looked upon ns an intelligent person, i the, gin lived with another black-man who is a bulloqk- - .'driver in tho employ of Mr. Çhmival, at Tubulam ¡It seems as far'ás can bo gathered from'1 tho other blacks, that tho gin declined living with ¡Bluoher, ho accordingly detoVminéd to have revengo, which ho did by cutting her head off with'a tomahawk', . her arms,'!le^8,'and body, being 'hacked, and out '' to nieces, and. then-loft :, a . horrible^spectacle. Siirçiy.the pôlico [autbáj^ties will loot into! this matter and nof'sufTer thij 'perpetrator of such a diabolical not,- nlttíough-'coin^nitted by a blaok ífelloWjtogo'únpuWshed.v^. ; ' - ??' Gnows LANDS!>AoBsr.-...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 September 1861

' ' .ULMARRA. ,, , 1_PR0M OUIl! COaUBSPONDENT.J .THE ¡WBATUBE^The. late fine weather, and .warm sunny ;days, Have changed the aspect of pur, parish altogether Already the ; bullock drivers whip is heard re- sounding over the fields, and the flashing of ithé ' sun-light; as .it falls upon. the brightened raoultí-plátes of the ; ploughs that are.going.on every, hand, is in itself cheering, when compared with'the dreary wet days ¡of the winter we have just passed through. The wheat crops too, are looking much better since tho warm weather set. in j britfhe river banlcH espe- cially, and on ihany\of the., back farms, there is promisegtagood crop, provided that unwelcome visiwjr\ the " rust," does not malte its appearance! ' TOBACCO AND COTTON.-We are glad to observe that some of our experimental farmers have commenced tho cultivation of tho tobacco plant. Mr. Johnson, who is in connection with Mr. II. Leeson,, of this placo, hna, during the last two years, raised several crops, equallin...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

? OBITUARY. ? Amongst the deaths reported are the names, of. /¿Lord ¡«íPIcrhert, of ; Lea; Catherine Hayes (Mrs. Bushnell)'/ the Duke of BuckinghamV.Adrnirnls Pellew? and Reyimlds/-Genëral."Franldyn;--:ther Bishop of -, Durham,: and Earl. Traquair.

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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 NATIONAL SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

ORIGINAL tORRÊSPONDSK . .í ,' > . I -"-. ? I ' . OUR columns oro open to nil vrritors.who refrain 1 from tlio uso. of virulent language orporso : ? nalities,-. but':wo- Wo' not responsible for opinions oxpressed. , 1 . " . -\ . THE NATIONAL' SCHOOL. '? . '" TO THE KDITOU OP THC EXAMINER. . Sm.%Thrpugh'tlia perusal in your.ipjpor. ot the roport'of a raeeting held on Monday evening; for thd ' purpdso' of'nomiuatinß Local Patrons; for tho ;Nntional; School, niy^ntténtipri;.lias been: directed to tho management of that. Institution, under . tlio prtisent teaohor jiMr. rWibliñ, and; having paid it a'visit, ?'.. I cannot -helpJoiprcäBing an opinion, that'if the gentlemen?'. who'gávü vont to .'such' condemnatory assortions; rolativo: to ; tho '?whuff, of tho sohool arrangements, had .taken tho troub'la personally.t'oinspeo^^^^ tho Institution, thoy would hafo ' found'' goba ' causo fdr congratulation in tho 'foot;of our having so efllcient a, - sclioolmnster..~rTho orderly.- andi , clea...

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CONTINENTAL AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

CONTINENTAL AND FOREIGN 1 - ! AFFAIRS," ; 'ÏV'' 'In'Italy, General, Ci'aldini wa^tstil) successful. Everywhere throngh^thc Neapolitan-temtories'hè:liad succeeded in; .suppressing:/: thc ; ; attempted: {?re 'ifctionary movements of. the;Bo,urhqnists and'their supporters. ' [, ' j, _ , - * .There seems to he1 no prospect;.! of a. peaceful' solution''of'.: the .Hungarian question. InK fact i?,such ¿.a .prospect1 appears to he hopeless. ' ' ,i, - '?"?lYóm Potand^comcs intelligence ¡that popular demonstrations :.¡: continue: There ^is ? mitch-' discontent at Warsaw, arid vigilant^tneàsnres' of; repression are still in force. ~ '",The Circassians have proclaimed a Republic. ; It'is doubtful .whether this will at all effect the policy of Russia I towards them, unless it be to make, it more-repressive. ?? . . .. . \ '.; .-:.!.. r-Thc ¡new Sultan, of Turkey continues his attempts.to carry out'refbrms,..nnd more Ministerial -chimgcs .have . taken place. '1 À new Gi'aMvViztér; hus taken office...

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RICMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

V, ; RICHMOND RIVEE. J .»V, -_ AvmniB.' !.. ' I .September î7.-IIclen und Blnok Diamond^ ? from Sydney j Volunteer, from Brisbane. J? ; Septomber. 21.-Storm King,, from' Sydnoy ; Albion, from Rockhampton. ? October?.-Janet Dickson, from-Sydney. ^ ' ' . . DEl'ARTUllKS. . September 19 -Coraki,-' Rhoderick Dhu, Sea :Hsydlioy^'yan^r^ ?i Gram, for Melbourne. ..^. . Scptenibcr\24'.-Jbsophino, for Melbourne ; \ Jane Sommerville, and Helen, for Sydney; . . - ; .| Oolobcr 5.-Volunteer, Black Diamond, Black I Diamond (No. 2), foi\. Sydney ¡ Cyclouo, for I Newcastle. \ '? [.:?: " | Tho Storm King in going out sameday, ' took i ? tho ground on tho North Spit. . After. dutharg-. 1 lng part of her cargo she was got off on the 8thr without sustaining any damage. ...-:.*.?,. s;¿ Tho Grafton left Sydney on Wednesday,'New- castle on Thursday ¡ crossed tho bar nt 6*15 p.m. oil-Friday, stayed all night , nt tho Elbow, and arrived, ut llitohJn'sWlmrf ot noon on Saturday. She sighted thS^rarStoff fort St...

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

'A. G E ¡V T.s; Tas (undermentioned:gentlemen lmvo .beon ,«p¡ pointed AGENTS - foi- r " THp. CLARANCE AND RICHMOND EXAMINER, ". and are ' > nuthoriaod to receive SUBBOBIHIO^S,- ADVEB-~ f * ''.TisEiiENTsl.andvOnDEnB' (POB'JOB PuiNimat SOUTH GRAFTON ... Mr/A.'DAVIS . ULMARRA .Mr. A. OAM33RON LAWRENCE TOWN", 1 Messrs. J. AXD G. % ' ELBOW . ...j STEUART.' TENTERFIELD^ ...«¿Mr. B. T. KEMBLE P11ETT£GULLY\..' tb. DAVID30N ! OASINoCjii .\ .VMikGLASGOW LISMORE - ..: , '/..?*Mr. BALLIE (SYDNEY .Mj. A. CUB ITT. . . NEWCASTLE.',. , ?? ,\. M^e.' KNAGGS. BRISBANE .Mr. AV. A. BUXTON ' CS" Others .will be ' announced in various parla a», soon as tho necessary arrangements can,. bo Cfl'èctcd. . : '.'.'.;.??,>.?-:?!

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LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND BROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

, LABOUR MARKET. > [HAIGH AND DROWN.] Ibo nlconuiincom our market continues good, consisting hp'tity of mcohanics, domostic, and agricultural sWants, nnd shephorda. Our hiving during tho wcoYhas been in acnordanco with tho rates of wages lu our quotations below. Tho domund forlabom^onlinuca good, but ia mot by tho supply, a few poculiar cases osooptod.' Sydney, Octobor J)th. '

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Clarence and Ricmond Examiner. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

Clarence iinfj ^itïjnroÉ ' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1861. jfößs'p of our Inte jurists has justly said, that justice is the grand debt of every government to the people, which can- not be paid without rendering law cheap, _j_prompt-an d_^unLiLJVa-Jsliall-oull, - - delay/or deny justice to none," 'is one oMhe'points of that charter which we .-< arevaccustomed to regard as the foun- dation of English liberty. Justice, however, cannot, well be either., prompt or equal, unless provisions be made for ? the .regularity of its processes. The introduction of what is termed the ?* :'if District Court Act ; and thc empower- ing the Judges of that Court to act as ' . Chairmen of Quat ter Sessions, was rc-' garded as a boon by all the friends of ' right government and good order;, and the Minister who succeeded in carrying that measure had^ secured to himself a memorial » which Nvill . remain when, perM^g, tho igrétehîr parfr of what is; pompously called legislation in the. colonies has p...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

' EXPOBTS. st'.jÇï.uowoor H.-unir» (g.;, for . ayanej t oa> .-';>? bifci û\r\ke,A&hides, 166 tierces beef, and sun ". dries.-. . '

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

iv,'' ' DEPARTURES. ? October 8. - Urara (e.), 400 tons, Captain 4 JJ'isemau, for Sydnev. l'ajäongera - MM. v&ifonins, Mr. Dcvenald, Mr. Bennott, Mr. Kelly, ?» Finucane, Mr. Garrett, and 17 io thu .stanage. ? . -f . .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

BIRTHS. GILL—On the 8th October, at her residence,   Bacon-street, Mrs. Henry Gill of a son.       SMALL.—On the 10th instant, at her residence, Hirondelle Cottage, Swan Creek, Mrs.   William Small, of a son.    

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

: LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS.' WHOLESALE. \ [ANDHHSON,-CAMPBELL, AND co.'slrf MmvílS (luring tho past week havo heen com-! .p'prwvclysf(nr, «nd business lins been dull, '.£.'.:< * -j WHsntUund flour continues ' very muoh do^ pressedjjpnd it ia diflloult/to movo either nt'al-, most nriy^prico. .. ... ; Maize continues rntlicr 6Cnrcc, and. is- in gond; dbmand at 43. Gd, and upwards for very primo samples. i ... ,<v¡. iDrnn romains nt ls. 2dT : V ¡lucerno liny,-Tho /market is om'stooked ?with inferior; which is offering at £2 lo¡£3.. Boît samples nra consequently lower,, nndl'ál-' though moro has boon obtained in some instances,; we cannot quote moro than from £A to £ô for ?lost samples. ,!: Oalodoninn AVhnrf, King-street, Sydiloy, v October 8th. " '-' ' -" "'iV' ?\Xf. ri^lTCnARD.J -i" i _ (J : Hoy.-Primo, lucerno:is .worth from >6Y to" iGÍUOs per ton ¡ ;ditlo oaten 51. to 7A pér 'ton. > * Maizo is mdomnnd, at 4s Od per bushel... v ;** Bran is soar...

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TO THE EDITO OF THE EXAMINER [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

, A: TO TUE EDITO OP; TJIE: EXAMINER ,¡ ¡ >r J :, ,ÍD^ '^JPbet!a¡Corner,'ÍÍ of, yoiir ' last ¡isaüo you jinserted^a ícinuó&nntl: ¡mpassionetlipieoo of . " Original Pootry," ,by&a .Grafton Lady."--Now Mr. Editoías there $iré:, two Graftohs, you onght in justice to.tlio fuir afld? talented ¿uthorcss, and iv,ith due regard.to truth, to haré slid j by a ': . South Grafton Lady,"-ne we, of the North TOITÍÍ, cannot, any of.us.onuurb for a tnomenty being suspected of wearing . laurel not ouribwn, and wliioh ire duo 't'o IIOIIB of ha- i-it ;;\vbuldc bo,' moat unfiiir-7-tb.d inoro especially-n's ¡ the V Pootry 'Î has, undoubtedly, a degree of originality,'Mid peoularitj.iri|talent arid donth! of-foalinn to whioh few can nretend. «' , . f I aro, Sh1, yours, &o.,\I ' J <> .'. FLORA. North Grraftoin Ootober 12th: ; . ! u ::. J

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MUNCIPIAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 October 1861

M'U NIC IP AL :C Ô UNGI LY TuuBSBÀy. PUISSENT : Thojtfayor, Aldermèn Avery, Lardner, McFadden; "gpjiinaon, Payne, Jones, and Cowari.N V* The minutes of tm^lnst meeting wore read and confirmed. A letter waa read from Mr. Greaves, informing tho Couucil that ho had com- pleted the alignment of Princo-streofc, and stating thaine wouid* furnish a plan of tho survey to th^ Council when com- pleted. \ / \ .' It waa «¡solved tlftit tho Approvement Committee employ some ohe'to fix and tiniab the post in Prince-street, tho extra cost, if any,-above Mr. Champion s con; tract, tb be charged to him. 1 . : PUNT:AT^DOBÎj^BTBEET, A petitionlroin)l^8 .peraona,.praying: for a jiunt to be placed oavtHo ferry at the bottom of Dobiá-streotSj'as read. ' ' Alderman Lardiie^Baidat was quite competent foi* ' tho ;? Council 'ta- pince a I pimt there, and to make bye-laws for its management. Alderman .Payne moved, Alderman Eobinson seconded-" Ti;<it it bo referred to the Improvement Committee to re...

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