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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 October 1861

EXPOSITION . OF S.P RIÑ:GN / N O V EITIË S.^DENISON HOUSE.-We have much pleasure in informing : the LADIES of SYDNEY and SUBURBS, and the COUNTRY. L generally, ithat. our very extensive ship- ments of goods -suitable to the PRE- i SENT and CíO M#N G.';S"EA;S ON, consisting of üpwMds of ¿three hundred packages; and . eWceding in value 'twenty - five; r tthjjjmand* pounds,-, ex. ?»ôw._'disnlayed_in'^,our _"~ PREMISES; . THlSWlp"tË^l^£lî: ;Äugusf.!'/-:'-';yf?"..,!¡'i.í;:- V;Í..Í\)* N ...,':";;.'"' ^.;^is:TOhignifiçcnt ttsso^e^of.go,ó,d8: jvill.t cömprise't'somc of ^hV^jÂTÉST. and CH OICEST BRITISH nnt CON-j .TINENTAL ti PRODUCTIONS, : and fpi'VARIETY and ELEGANCE Mill far . surpass * any,, before ; shown, .in. Sydney- They.vJiave i : been ...selected willi great .care and;, judgment by"{our. Miv Grimshaw, and as wc have deter- mined on carrying, ont the ? POLICY hitherto pursued, of ^selling at the 'LOWEST remunerating. P\R0 FIT; (have .-the greatest coífidlrace h in 'inviting: your pa...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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QUARTER SESSIONS, GRAFTON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 October 1861

." . QÜAttTBÍ-SESSt6K^.tó,T0N. TUESDAY, OCTOBEIÍ. iftíw -¿¡J ??' . JiErc-BE IL'.1 Francis, Esq., Judfje of the Northern District Court. - t :?:: . : The Court'oponçd.ihîs morning at tea aáí:.^" ' > - CATTJJ3 STEALING'" ' ' ' !: . Tho jury locked up tho preceding evening » ! : were ordered into court, and being asked whether they wcro 'ngrocdj ? tho.; foreman replied in1 the - , ? negative. , -? .\ !, .. \'.\-.y : Iiis Honor said ho did not eco thu uso of keeping them longer, aáítftvaé.'pot likely they would agree,'and dischnrRécHhêfc^ .'. ."?!? ? Eobert Benson and WdliomSaften were then" bound over in 'their own recbgw/àjices' in. tho ' »um of JBIO, lo appear,when culkcIVpon. ' ' LAnCESl". \ \\ ?? ' , John MjGrath was then pIacc« ' in \tbo doek l charged;with stealing, on-tho , MtlAlfbruary, I 'nt- Stone Quarry; Creek, in . the colony! of Jfew | Souih Wales," three bottles of porter, tho property - of James Priestley. ? ? >>.: .; . ' ?'??i Mr.,-. Forster, ; briefly stated: ...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Wednesday, October 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 October 1861

[FROM OUIt.''CORRESPONDENT.]'^ /j' "?', ^ .< , Weduesday. October 16fch.: Os Monday morning, thell4th ..instant, .? -^ - au inquest was held at tho Observer , , r Tavern, Öeorge-street North, on tho . ' bodies of a woman, and boy, named. Mrs. and James Anderson, who were drowned by lthe upsetting of a boat on Sunday last ; near Bradley's Head. It .appears . :-n.¡ I that Mrs. Anderson was tho wife of tho second officer of the / . Jenny, Lind, . schooner, now trading to' Eockhampton ; . the deceased kept a boardinghouse in. ¡ ,- , « Clarence-street.,>,On Sunday !-last she : started on a' pic-nic ¡ excursion i with tho , boy and six'others, *amcd John Poid, , John Smith, James »0(}peinan, Mary Ann . Jess, Mary Donovan, and William Bees, - a Beaman. ''¡Hi passing Bradley's Head, \ ( ? the'faan Smith (who. steered'and' held> - . . the main' sheet), neglected to cast off or ; , f eas&tfce aheej!'.'wUen,jiDlng,,.ättd thei boat , - ¡ 'fiii^V';'»jwl¿3iíari fc-.rloua&...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 October 1861

AB STE ACT OP SALES BY AUCTION DUBING; THE WEEK. MB. E. 0. IiÄMAN*rAt tKo.FaoloWon Mon- day, nt ll o'oloot, ' Hardwoôd-Tttabèr.:. ' ' . "" fr ', ~ 1 THE EBOOBT¡- The oscovb which arrived from the various gold-fields yesterday evening, brought down 891 ounces of gold-diiBt. TRAMWAY AND TELEGRAM! BETWEEN GRAFTON AND TENTERFIELD. - Some time ago we stated that the member An- the Clarence had been in communica- tion with the Government in reference to a tramway and telegraph between Grafton and Tenterfield. We observe by tho Estimates laid on the table of the House on Wednesday last, that a sum has been put down for the carrying out of this work, and it now only remains for confirmation by the Assembly, upon whose vote will depend whether we haye a tramway or not. Mr. Irving has done well in getting our wants so far acknow- ledged by tlie Government, and may his efforts for the benefit of the Clarence óÜBtricPtíe crowned with success. CANOT GOLD-FIELDS. - From these diggings our news is...

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GRAFTON DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, 16TH OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 October 1861

¡J- GRAFTON DISTRICT; COURT. JÙfai . " WEDNESDAY, 16TH OCTOBER H Sw\ BEFORE H. Francis, Esq., Judge of the Ss'i Northern District Court. , ' J Hpsivti1 TTOOourt opened this morning nt ten a.m. : ^""JOSES.V.JATCirriELDA ' Thia , was on abtioa-.toNrocover ¡ho sum'of >M3 £8'upWa promissory'tjo^WJ^feudauVdia^ot? ífe' appear) , Verdict for plaintiff. ?», ' £>^£',.' 35 "V /ÍSHOVÍIXEIl T OEOItaE I18HE1Í.' :'. vÉ^I/íf"" w«8 a olaim'for £16 17&4dy'goddV & *ï*1 and delivered. Verdictfor_plaintiff.^»»t,-in.. ^'áiS.írjanraid'iiot appear. : v . ? ~ ? KENNEDY V BHUGGY. y This was mi action to recover the slim ; of £47 j- 13s. JOd., for goods supplied lo defendant. Mr. \ Marker conducted the plaintiffs' case ¡ defendant fnot appearing, judgement was giron against him for the full amount claimed. VINDHíT WFTiKS. ,.. : Mr. F. Vindin deposed : he was formerly, in, .' partnership with hi' brother, Alfrod Vindin ; he sunnliod tlio defondant with gooda to the amount of £47 2s. 7d: ...

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TENTERFIELD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 October 1861

? PFEOM A 'co^nÈ\u?ôîn)ENT.T ?. BOONOO BOONOO Gro¿¿-MEtD8.-Tim long lobkeil for reef at this prçce has at lost been found,' and a great excitement it has caused, riot only among our mining population, but also among all classes of our community. It has long been be- lieved that a quart/, reef existed in that locality, and it was Vonsidered only a question of timé »ns ^oyità ^discovery.. Some three years since àpafîyof gentle- men joined together ana subscribed a sum of money to be expended in trying to find it. They gave a Mrs Maxwell, supposed to be an experiénced miner, charge of the work, but he caused all their money to be spent without arriving ajj any satisfactory result, and the sub- scribers did not feel inclined to speculate any further afc ^thaj^im*.although they one, and all believed '^hd^avgold, pro- ducing quartz 'roMvouJaeroMöng. be, found, and not very far ftpin that spot: The present discovery has proved the (correctness of,, their conclusions. The .reef now being'op...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 October 1861

^ft^Spp^g $0.r,S4Y;P,NJS Y....- ? J ^AVül be'.dwpatchcd (J^^^^^ from . ' "Grafton, T04l0KR0\V/íW^|Bay) MOBN¿ ' INO, «t daylight; taktfigflp^Mf at; tho various wharves. ?*. " ' ?.'.". '.f'l!'"-p::'': ' -.....' , ^ . ' For full particulars as to fright, &c., uppty to . ?'-¿ . tho Captain, on b'oarÚi -r.M: ; .1 .? i4 ; VsítedingV and1 running! gW.j.'she ?"4 '? jùst.b'feen put .undfff^ttófougli repauy eî;: v"6niÍ'ia nbwrwcU miit'edyttr river traffic. . Her letígtlí ovèr-nll is m feet, depth qfi .? hbld'4 feet, with 8' fee« beamV ' Apply to ' Mr, CHARLES'MATTHEWS, South ;#afton j or Mr. THOMAS FISHER, ' ^''Auctioneer.. . , v , ' . 557 \y'S-_v-_---' Aitstratian Joint Stock Êarik. V*. ]rOTICE,ÎB hereby; given, that interest ^'v-W . is alloted VyY ' " *'deposits, namely : C. ' On deposits for . cent, per annum v^ x:_vOn deposits for 6i -, per annum.. _ *** ; On depositsfór ;3'i \ ; » pef annum. . .'i'Y V BANK POST Bli added atithese ratesi..respectif issued payâblj} to order. ; " : ...

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POLITICAL ASPECT OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

. '. .. .POLIÍDIOAL) ASPECT OP AUSTRALIA. '-Tiii3,tpol^icái^nspect^of',thc Australias i is justriiow ocaupying thàmost serious .attention solhonY : statists,"ancl public writers. Everyone looks with regret .vupon tho fantastic cricks which, in mat . tera of legislation, thc yholc group of , Southern colonies seem to be playing.-. -^Thcir national love of liberty has4'evi- . ... v dentist, led ;V,thein$V'into the"';'most' ? anarchical excesses; and the news which each.mail brings us¡is,almost enough to ; niakc; us deplorerthat-thc great > boon of . Responsible Government was ever- be stowed upon'those-who seem so utterly incompetent io useit' aright.-Oriental Budget- * 'L

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ESTABLISHMENT OF AN HOSPITAL AT GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

ESTABLISHMENT OF AN HOS- PITAL AT GRAFTON. A PUBLIC MEETING, convened by adver tisomout, was held on Thursday evening la3fc, at tho School of Arts. ? Those pre- sent, though ' limited in-Liiuittberi^uad evidently met determined to carry.-out the object they.had in view, theigreatest unanimity ' prevailing, throughoutthe. evening' 1(< ', # ^Ä TheliiATon'oocupied the...-.chaír¿pl$'. opened; thé-iprocêédinga by reading ^ the advertisement.*'.--Ile was sony to;- see so few present; but, perhaps, if they: went :to í work-in earne3t¿ the few would do what larg'e numbers had hitherto failed to do.' It was a, duty they.owed to their -fellow-creatures-, only lately, apoor man with bia arm smashed, applied to one of the captain's for a passage to Sydney,,in orderVtol>proceed to the .Infirmary, but ? was refused, the, captain not having the power, oalyNat bis own expense, -,-to con- ley,even the\ick; and had it not, been ?for the liberality of-himself and ~a few othors, he must h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

/ap .NOE Slid .MB: , 'ADVBR- : PJHNTIÍÍO -, j)Avrsu:;- - ''? .t? CAMERON : iMm.fïïvhxa "Gv STEUART. M , j' . ¡Mr.' P.. -T.; KEJIBLB .., Mr.'DAVIDSON ', ..."Mr.'aLASQOWi . ' .^Mr. BALLTE " .'..Ty .V\Mf.'A. OTJBITT./;, - JB... \ ...'iràsra. KNAoas. .<E'('.:. . iv: Mr.'w. AÍBDXTON; Others will bó announced in, various' as soon as tho nocoasary, arrangements can cflijctod;

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

WEEKLY CALENDAR... .1 : .Nov. 26,THB3i1ny ... '27¡'\Vodñesduy ' 2ß Thursday.. ZäjFriday...'... SO.Satiirdav... C-Í)w. l'StiNDÁY. . - .' . 2 Monday .. Sun ? rises. * it. ? 4 . 47' 4 . il 4 . '47 4.46 4 \46. .4 .^6 !U\ '40 Sim ' i9t.?' ." n.r jr. G .-47 6 . -J8 6v49 0 Sd ' G . fil 6 V51 KG í'52

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

' ,!- ?"' NOTICE TO ' ADVERTISERS. " , , I, < \- . , « I'ARTESTHESIENTS ?; for/insertion in Tuesday's » , ÍSBUO must .bo ..forwarded to'.-the Oflloe-, not ' ? ' f luter than four Velour on Monday nftov ""? L-.iioonr ami Tioticoi of'withdrawal not later vi?lilia« tw> o'clock on Saturday.. :? ; ADrnnTiSEMKNTS-sent'to be inserted In "the .. EXAMINED without va speoiflo order'as to number or; times,. will bo continued-until: . ? countermanded, and charged for aeoord-< ingly. .>,?-... ..." * ? ' .;. ? ?- ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

DEATH.           VINCENT.—On Friday, November 22nd, at his late residence, Bacon-street, Grafton   Mr. W. E. Vincent, aged 87.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

"WIGHT QUALITIES OF SUGAR, ?f-é by thc bag or ton Quarter, half, and whole chests of thc primest congou tea Boxes of pearl gunpowder containing 22 lbs. ! The finest flour, .61)5 per, ; Finest Patna rice ;.OUmoal in 28 lbs. . Splendid plums turu currants ' Muscatel raisins, primtr new figs 1 Biscuits in tins; alsji, confectionary Salmon, oysters, sardine's^ pickles, ; .. bottled fruits and jams ?'Stout unbleached and white sheetings - Horrock's A. and B. calicos Grey domestic calicos Prime moleskin trousers ¡Braces, 80cks>Nneclc-ties White shifts, in half-doztn boxes - . Fancy regatta ditto '. \ .....}?: K Excellent Scotch twill dittd/, may be had WIIOLESALEW T. E. DAVISS' HALL OF COMMERCE,'' Prince street, Grafton. 727; OW READY FOR APPROACH .ING CHRISTMAS : /Prime port wine ...?;?-. ' Golden sherry . ' ; 'Cla/et.,: .'Champagne ???? , y .< " -andy Y/ ' O / T I \ 1 C E IREDALE AND CO., Best French brandy v f ? - ? Mattell'8, warratkéij/pjjy .' ' Best West India rum/^C o...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1861. TO OUR READERS.—Owing to the late arrival of the steamer we are compelled to leave out the leader, letter[?], &c., to make room for the English news. GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ( 26,' 1861. r(-Xo^pvn %-BEABBRS.-e40 wing« to'-, the ; Iniêjarrivat ,ôf : tho : steamer we are : com pèllod' to ieaT6' öut /fche'/loácler, Letten', &c, to make room*.for':the"'En¿lÍ8h.'news. f - !:.<??. ,°.f - t;> GRAPTOV T&LICE ,' COURT. ' . -rThis'.was anNaction\inder the vagrant ./«fcfce-! Mr.'Barker appeared for tho com- plainant Mary .v Ann " Scargill ; on« oath? .pta ted that she was the wife ;of> Nicholas: Wi'j'am 'Scargill-; "they^aro' living :ati ;G£i)ñ{¡horpe'8 house ;$on that day fort night-she recollected the defendant call-. iug¡ af; her house ; Ford's children; came . into the paddock and. she' ordered-them, out',, when they. : abused her ; the defen? dant'thén 'went to 'her and ' made'. use ' of lauguaeo' 'totally unfit_ for publication. The défendant'.denied the .charge, but .:thp; Bench found him guilty, of . abusive Hanguagp; and - find linn £1 rand,'ls. Od. ? . .corfts.arith 10s. Od. for professional / costs ; or...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] INAUGURATION OF THE NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

V - ;Ü L,M ARRA. V . .JVjtÖM OUR COnttKSP.ONDEííT.jv . ItfAtiaUHATION OF ÏIIE. NATIONAL SCHOOL. \ NOVEMBER 21ST.-Nevér sinco we toole peu iu hand to correspond for the Examiner, did we feel so much pleasure in taking notes of anything that has occurred in Ulmarra, as we do iu giving a brief account of the tea meeting iñ connection with the. National school which took placed on Wednesday evening, and, at which, nearly the whole of the Ulmarraiteä and a number of our Graf- ton friends were present, At an early hour of the dav the -weather presented a very threatening appearance, and a few showers came Bcudding across the parish, driven hy a north-east wind, much to the discomfort of the pretty girls of this place, who had anticipated .a joyous evening, and they were not disappointed, for by tea time-four o'clock-the clouds had blown off, and the evening was as pleasant as the most sanguine well wisher of the school could have antici- pated. "Wo could not help, comparing the post appea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

thc previous AND R. R. S. N. ^ COMPANY; ¿o Thc steamers-^of tins Company are OPEN foll OSrlGrAfiEMBNTS ; FOR EXCURSIONS inMijjiyMONDAY, when they \naydpv/*:r^ed at Grafton from. Sydney, (§ujy -\n il Saturday... . 'For .further paiiicMavs apply. : to ? the CAPTAINS,1 On hoard. - » ÏILMOUTH'iF. DÏE, secretary. 780_, .> M , i J j , >> "VT 0 T I C E .-Observing in the ?^S'Eikminef df . the 12th instant,' " a Notice'Cautioning the Public- not ,to Purchase any Cedar Logs', branded WN'> and other 'brands,' " once' the property of Daniel Withers, Bald Hill, Riohmond 1 Rivcïi'Jthc same^vbeing 'claimed by Willifc' West !Maitland!j| bei'-known thatf CEDAR PLAN1 thc" .ABOVE ti IIeugh,';Esq.,' '.of ] hereby wish it tb CLAIM- BOTH' AND LOGS,"óf j AND j and also,. cedar in planks anti logs of thc under- mentioned brands, namely-RD and HFconjoined, the same being pur- chased by- mc nearly two years ago, and''for which I hold the necessary receipts; HENRY BROWN, Lismore; Richmond Uiver, ...

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TELEGRAPH BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

TELEGRAPH BET.W.EEN* ENGLAND 1 . -. . AND AUSTRALIA. -.??' ..nTliei'e is-Igood'.'reason td1 believe thafc wç sball^soon have* an'alPbur/'continu-: .oüsjlmeíof ¿telegraph1 between'-Englandr and Australia,*.taking in. India by the way! ( lAinew company,'with this'objccti in ; view/ is ; îbeing ^formed) ' ? and the : :, ; Government willi ; we ... Understand)' give ¡ . ;a ,generous .support to the' : undertaking, i Wc aU feel that, anything which' brings : its nearer rto . our îcoloniàl possessions is I dçserying ofiithe nbcst consideration of j - , the. Executive, ;andj from,:ita- tempting commercial aspects, of the ;support of enterprising;, '^capitalists/ ; Oriental Budgets ; i "'i ' > "ii ' :. TENT(EIIFILD ELECTORATE, Í:-f;The InyereliiCiirrespondentr of the <,'/ Armi daleiExpress^ " states that Mr. Robert Vivoça; late^of Kjng'^Plains, but-, now : résidant in Sydney^ is\ à < candidates for TenfcmeldV and that it'is expected r he will bVstBaB^ly^uppo'rTc'd. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

SX 15 A.'M ,T0 <j S Y/D NEY.' «i^ív,»^ Cjnniî'VcU Jtnown Steamboat W.U 'itt. "cUiiiaklîôi BY)4M!Ï, from fulton, T0'MO»/0W(W/^csiSiiy) MOEN ? XS&i &irûiy\lg\it,^âm m ourçb otitho .various ". ' .:']fovMl piHiculurs'M to ffûîg'it, &o., «pply to i.t)ic;Üai»t!iul, on board; . . ' 1 % MJIÎÏ fixed 'deposits,lamely : - "'.Oh áúppsHs'fpr^yTruths, 4 per rtiût. per mAarn/'/ A» , , ,On tk^oMtspx'lii^iiU^ Yjjeccent. ' jipr annum. * *\/ 1 ', Ou deposits 3 monlb i, 2 per cent, per annum. v ' t BANK POST. ThtM 4,with interest adAcd ¿t théáV rates respectively-are » "»sued ttayal»ioJtb order;1 ^ " ? 1 IIENRY'CVT^BERT, H-. / Manager, f Victoriaistreet, Grafton. 1 \ 2 i :;:,'y> ,M , \ 'TO Î CONTRACTORS AND ' Y-, , OTHERS. ' BEEAKWATER, CLARENCE RIVER. . , Department qfJkbl^Worfcs,^ Sydney,<*7th <Mobe«1861. rpENDERS Aljibe rtfcciveTl at this - j-!-« office^until 12 oxlock, noon, on - ¡MONDAYr-j thc 2nd/Deccmber, from '.'peifsons. willing to co...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

?ABSTBAOT, ,OF SALES BY\AUCTION j' ' DUItING- SIIEWEEKA THE BAILIFF.-On ïrida^àt ¿fee 01% Vf i :.tlioP¡8triot:;Court, Prinoô-Btrêêt? ¿t nobnj , Land, Town of Lawrence. \ ^^NEW , MAGISTRATES. -- The under "mentioned gentlemen have.been.Gazetted. as magistrates of^tbe colony of Now South ^iVales, viz. :-^Mr^Skmuel\Avery, Cornwall Park, Grafton. ;'. itr. 'tWälliam Edward Bayldon, TLTlimtrra^ QlaVence Eiver,; Mr. Angus Cameron, \Ulmarra, Clarence River; and Mr. Herbert Har- rington Brown, Glen Innes. GOLD NEWS.-OUI' news from, the gold-fields. at Cahghis rather favour- able. Pet«rV"tbev^nryeigan had dis- covered new gitunfl on the South Arm, at the junction or the "\Man and Ex rivers, which . promises^ to be highly, auriferous.' ' . PUNT FOB TUE NYMBOIDA.-The punt ; built ;by Mr. R. McDonald for the^ crossing at Nymbodia; is now completed so that we'may shortly expect to ßeejjHfB same in full work. ' ' ¿ijpP ANTI - SEPARATION MEETINOÏ^- A meeting ;of ánti-Separationiste. will be held to...

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