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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. * ''' ' WHOLESALE, v ? fANnEllSON, CAMPBBLIi.. AND CO.-'sl. :¡>. ? Arrivals during the poBt wook. huvo continued few ; causing additional1 /firmness. in . Bevoral articles of Colonial Produce; !- ? i Wheat js brisk of sale and commands Ss. 6d. readily; Tho most of the unsold importations , of ..Californian' aro held for 6s. , " ' ' Í ? .Flour, wo .'have>sold some oonsidorable quantities during tho wook nt £13. , , /? . ' ?;. Lucerne Hay is in good domand ! wo. liare,sold'at £5 le's., and £6.< ... ... .? .. \ Maize-Tho marlcotis very bare and tho- domand is .good at 61, and upwards for-prime.-: ? . " " : - 'Bran continues at ls ad. /.V: ;: ;.' '. 1 ; '.Wollongong Butter ÍB in good domand atûd j :.(.. ; Bacon-Gd. to 7d. per lb.'for primo. : ',..; . . . .: Barley, English-6s.. to Ga. per bushol ? . ? Ditto. Capo-3s : 1::;-^:.!':.!.:,. Bran-ls-2d per bushel- - ti., ,"/\ ? 1 ' 'Butter-6d to Od'per lb. '' ' î Chceso-3d to Gd ,1 , . . . Calves-8Gs;to 4...

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

< ' Steam to Sydney. ) Will be despatched /for Sydlievt from Grafen, TO ? MORROW '(Ww%iio,ilpy) ^«^^ortdli particulars as to freight" Ste;;, apply "to the CAPTAIN, on board.- - ''A -v--=V;-:-; v Excibsgions Trip to the.¡Hoads. cOj^K TCTBW YEAR'S DAY, lat r ^¡líJáfe ^ ' JANUARY, 186a:-The capacious steamer ' VWISEMANjwill leave Hitchins', Wharf, at 8 ,a.m. precisely ; ? Cowan's, WJmrf, -, South . .. . Grafton, at 'half-past. 8. sbforp ;, calling::at 4Ulmarra and Lawrencetawn far passengers, . ou an excursion tojie^eads^pf our .: noble River. , / J < .*?.'>*'$"' ; Í iThe unrivalled scenery *oi the Clarence; ? - the.pure sea air, tke i light-hearted' dance,-; t and a- day of unn/ngled pleasure, will-hail, the New Year.-Thc Urara will' return to, Grafton the same evening. ; >.¿ ;¡Tickets; 5s. each; children under twelve years of age, half-price j families as .per special arrangement. - ~ <,. ^ .' . Music will lie in attendance. ? For tickets . appl...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

- ' ' .IMPORTS.' ^¿.::'^.//»<Bíoombwv21.^aTB(lon.(s.)Jffom'Sjrdnm:t<7:<b«ga' ' flour, 4 bogs sugar, 1- bog salvl'sago and J : càso;'gnv 1 casa porter, 2 keg«, 1 chest tc«, 1 parcel, 1 chest ? sundries, Freeburno ; 3 parcels, Acheson ; 1 ciao, 2 baga sugar, I bagsoeds, Ogilvie ; 1 bag flour, Wilmot ; ...J dogcart,fOhan,dler ; "4 baga sugur,4 casks,' 19 cases, -. Curry; 5 bigs flour* 10 bags potatoes, 1 pair geese, .4 cheese, M'Bridó'.; I case, 4 drums, 1 keg nail», tuest* -, buokots,-3 ksgs paint, Bloxsome ; 1 box tea, Tringle ; ? 2 cajes, 2 parcels, Dobbin; 1 box cheese, O'JCoefe ; 8 oafee, 21 bagá rock salt^U bags salt, Q-. Walker ; 10 baga flour, IS bags augar,-S cases, 1 bundle, 1 boiler, ? - : 1 keg, 1 druin, A. Cameron; 2 bags flour, Taylor.; vf--.-. 1 bag bag», T. Miller ; 1 bandbox, J. F. : Small ; 1 , ? ' (bag bags, Small ¡ 5 bags flour, T. Small 2' bags-flour; Napper ; 1 trues 3 Cohen i 2 bogs potatoes, Stewart ; - Julf-cliest tea, 1 box soB...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

' * ' " DliEABTÜEIi. :-, ;. December, 18r-7.TJrava. (a,), :400 tons, Cnp ..- " tain Wiseman.rfor Sydney..- Passengers-Mr. ' t and, Mrs; ¿Tindal, Masteiv.and. 'Misa Tindal, , : '; 8 children and servant, Mra:.'Ogilvie and ser vant,!Jjord ' John Taylo'ur, 'Mr. Moore, Mr. . ' Standish,' Mr> Campbell, Mr. Hart, Mr. :'.''.\''\;'.Qaardiwt:'.'.!^;>illennige.r,: Mr. Devenald, . .Mr. Eawson/'andlö in tue slernge.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. GRAFTON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

LATEST COMMERCIAL. . ? GRAFTON MARKETS. - ; Flour,,from,14'. to 16'. por ton,??.<,. 1 ?'-? - . ' v. i-Lucerno Hay, 71.,to SI. per ton ¡ .ditto.oaten; 7&:\ Potatoes-43 Od to Gs por cwt. , Í.. , .,I : . . i Onions-Sound and dry, 7s.to 8s-per cwt. , ; .,VVheat-^3s\ed to 4s per bushel of 60 ll».'.-''.''-;. l:\ Maize-rds'Sil to.ds Cd ditto ' - . / ' i Barley-5s per bushel ! : ' . . . , * ButtcrV-fà.6dto 2f\ V ? ,',Oheesor\5i\to 6dnor lb.. , . v Bacon-«d\p 8a\diltbV-; Pigsf-RoktcV 4s\p 7s . , v,-" : Fowls-2s'9d toSsod pair . f : , , >?"' Ducks-Ss to 4s dittoV , ' '?? ' Qcoso-r6s.to8s each Y ' . . : ; ? Turkoys-6s to 10s . caolr Calvcs-'25s toSOs. ? r ?.- v..,,. .:>;. :

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EUROPEAN NEWS. TO THE 26TH OCTOBER. (From the Herald's City Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

" EUROPEAN NEWS. I ' ' '.. . TO.THE 26TH OCTOBER. .. (Froin-tJtoJIerald's^OUi/ Correspondent.) 'BY the.'Northam wiijmve our filo of papers /.from England to the ]?(jth of October. Thé . .principal item of. commercial news is à serious fall in the price of Victorian deben . tures, owing to, an article, which appeared in the Times, commenting upon some remarks made by their . Melbourne correspondent, in " which- tho word " repudiation " was used. . 'On the 19th, the Times says Victorian de- bentures receded to l(M<ï to 105 in conse , quence,. of tho advices respecting the , ' democratic tendency of that Government. Sinco then they have daily declined in . value, and on the 26th were quoted at 108} to 103J.' As the transactions appear, to have been very numerous, it is likely,that capitalists are uneasy with regard to the Bafety of colonial securities. New South -Wales Government debentures have also : ruled lower, but tho decline, as compared with the price of Sep- tember 2...

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

[FROM -OUR CORRESPONDENT. J - .THE ? REGATTA.-The principal topics for dis- cussion" at present (aro the forthcoming, re- gatta and cricket'match,'-each in its .turn engaging the' speculative-powers-of all those ; who í taker interest in-yaffairs-of that kind. Jfe'tHmk", should the weather .prove.favour-, able,,that the regatta will be a decided.'im- provement on'.tliose held hitherto in connexion with this ^parish. Mr. 8.. Cohen, .the .active and ».energetic-promoter of this innocent aquatic'sport,' deserves every, encouragement. "We would direct the - attention of :the - com-' mitteo to the fact ¡that a .decided improve- ment could be-ma'de>By altering, the ^course previously adopted, Wi allowing the contest- ing ' boats ' to ^proceed 'from Cohen's .-wharf, both up and down theViver. 'It -would give spectators a much better view of tho : boats, and, to say. the least,-.;it^would- make the regatta much more interesting.-jWo 'believe the cricket match'is to coiné ? oiF on .tho. 1...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Wednesday, December 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

,;. ?;SyD'HBY¡ ;:[l'RÖM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] : - '" - "Wednesday. December, l:8th. PBEVIÓVB io ' tho expedition ;of MesBw: Parkes and' Dalley to England", it was a matter of astonishment to observe the in- difference shown to all colonial (Australian) matters by the English PresB. Latterly, it. is true, the New Zealand war claimed a small degree of notice, and even the Lambing Flat riot found its way into the Times, but our. political and social changes very, seldom ' troubled the mother country, unless some chance reader happened to fall _ across a colonial newspaper, m which event it 'is .. most probable the reader directed his attention to; the gold escorts on the last "rush." Our immigration lecturers have at last opened the eyes of the British Press, and tho British'Press in return have opened our eyes, by a display of knowledge of our .real ,posi-' ¿ion, which is equally astonishing, and annoy-' I ing. ''Our political matters are made tho' j subject of Beveral articles.in the T...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

(famine*, TUESDAY, DECEMBER'24, 1861. TUE annual massacre of thc innocents is moving*off,, with thc usual éclat. We nre sony ^^"j* 4tlmt;i one of tho victims which .'«h.as undergone .this painful process, fis -one, the birth of which .we'^ont . our humble efforts to usher '" <P» ' " S into tho world; but alas, every effort made even by our. worthy member, nndiall the dangers incident upon séparai tion; have failed to lengthen out thc brittlj thread} of < its short existance. Of thij' hopeful bantling we may say with muci I truth- .. - ?;? , i Many fall as Biiddonly ??. {' But few so suroly. ?! Í .Thc G raftOTK and : Tenterfield ;- tram road '¡j i moplain English'. dead; We - had -mncli hope in it. We sometimes allowed our! selves to indulge the pleasing illusion that there was even yet a prospect,, and that'thé time was not far distant when we migbj in a ' few hours ; visit our friemla ' on \iht Tableland, and show J;hem that we were nol i thc,selfish , people ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 December 1861

.ABSTRACT OP SALES BY- AUCTION DUK- ING .THE WEEK,' ?MR.'THOMAS FISHER^ -On 'Thursday;- nt Hie . Steam Paokot HoteV South Grafton, nt 1 l o'ulook sharp, Ifirstioliss Horses ; on,Monday, , at. same .'.v.,time «nd place, '? Household Furniture,.¡Light . - Ctrl, Copper-fastonod Boat, &o. .. . , ' ? PROPOSED EXCURSION 'THIP; ' TO TUE ¡CLARENCE . RIVER. -'-The excursion 'trip 'fixed for the 7th of" next month,' for which .invitations were issued by Mr. , C. Irving, 'M.L.Ä., : has - been, .we - understand, - post- poned until the visit of his Excellency.. Sir 'John '.Young, now stated to bc '. fixed. for ^February next. - .' Í-'CANGI GOLDVFIELDS.-Gold still con '"tinues'to be. received from > these 'diggings, î'abouf'fifty ounces -having reached town .yesterday? ;:'and the 'diggers are VÇ17. san- guine that the quartz, reef ? lately discovered there will turn out very rich. , ,? : ; : ^" TnE "WEATHEB.-Summer has set in in Earnest. ,?,Tbe last few: days reminding us livery 'forc...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

ii. . RICHMOND RIVER. ? \ i v . January ö.-rJ.anot Dicksou( from, Hyduey. 1 -January 9.TT-Jane, from Sydney. ' , : -, f. The Josephine has been bar bound, since |; 'the 28th'Decemher. -The Jane Sommerville I «is up the riyer loading. ^ . L . The Urara (s.) made a good ran -down, arriving in Sydney afc 3"40 p.m; on Thursday. 'The Grafton (s;).left S^nèy at 10 30 p.m.' .on Thursday,- tue{lCtlwn^aubfxand New ¡ castle-afc 11*30 a.ra! ; örossedi'the bar at ll p.m.,on Saturday, and arrived hi Grafton .at 5-30 a.m. on Sunday. ":The Grafton èxpe i rienccd strong S.E. breezes with heavy sea as I "far as the Brothers; from thence moderate variable breezes with squally weather to the .'.bar.

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FRANCE. Saturday, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

* ,li . FRANCE. " ' "'' '/ Saturday, November G. ? ? Tho , financial prosperity of Franco has suddenly eolliipsed with . a crash. The' Emperor has been compelled to call in the aid of M.- Eouldj. appoint, him Finance: Minister,. ; and resign his right of .granting, without; appeal to the Legislature " Extra- ordinary, Credits." His Majesty makes a clean -breast of the matter. Ho acknow- ledges that-the' prerogative conferred upon him of: voting inonoy without notice to tho Chambers is a practice no longer'tenable, and for the good ot France ho resigns tho power. - . 'M.- Would ia oven moro plain, : straight- forward,'and candid. jHe.declares that the | . Governnictit had recourao, to credits under evcryform, and, has .exhausted every supply -that the deficit has now, reached a sum of £40,000,000. He'mentions that the appro-1 hcusions excited amongst foreign nations hy I the bclio'f that all?, tho resources : of France , were at the Emperor's command have obliged neighbouring Powers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

.NOTICE TO 'ADVERTISERS. ; "CST ADVERTISEMENTS for insertion in Tuosdny's I issue must bo forwarded to tho Olllco not hitor than four o'clock on Monday, afternoon j ?» and ; notices of withdrawal not later tliau cloven \-, o'clock on Saturday. . ? - '%* ADVERTISEMENTS sont to bo inserted in tho .EXAMINÉE .without-;o speciflo order ns to the number óf timo?, will bu continued : until .coun- termanded, a)id,\^fta&edfor accordingly. ?'»Our. ^subscribers, are. informeddhat subscrip- tions for: the past "quarter -are now due,, and a settlement of the same is; respect - fully solicited.

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(From the Herald's London Correspondent.) MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

(From tlie' Herald's London Correspondent.) <:^MISCELLANEOUS. ' . .The screw steamships, .Donegal, 99 ; Con- queror^ 99 ; and SanBpareil, Í0, left Plymouth 'on Wednesday, with the expeditionary hat-, talion of Koyal Marines, for Mexico. , The Allied forces will rendezvous at Havana, prior to proceeding to Vera Cruz. : Tho Warriorhaa p^Veihoiaolf an excellent seaboat BO fafînmT uridwetOttm attained a Bpèed'pf 20 mileV aV WuvbuXhor. Bailing qualities aro so bad, that sho is to haye au oxtra mast forward and increase the quantity pf her Bails. . ,.? . .... : ? ?.,.!. A,"" . Sir Eobort Peel, the Ghiof .Socrotaiy "of, Ireland, is winning golden opinions, for ,1ns. endeavours for tho development of "'éducation, and malting himself acquainted, by personal observations, with 'tho' requirements of tho country.'. His policy is'described as liberal and onlightouod. . . . . ?. Another ?mortgage on the Great Eastern is to be.effected, to .the extent of '£25,00J on IO per cent, debentu...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

SHIPPING IHTELLISENSE.; ARRIVAL.'' ' ' ' . January ID.-Grafton (s.), 2M) tons,- Cnp <tain H. Creor, from''Sydney 10th, and Now'i' castle 17th instant. Passengers-Miss Cregg, Messrs. AV. H. Campbàll, Doak, and 4 in the steerage. ' , ?

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

? -EXPORTS, .'-i January 15.-Urara (s.) for : Sydney : 172 p ( bales wool, 08%Jbags wheat and maize, 2 coops . ifowls,/2 hoses eggs,r410 ounccsgpld, £220 in 'notes, and sundries. %^ «.\ v

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

¡ ; . DEPARTURE. - i January 15.--Urara (a.), 400tons,Captain i Wiseman,' for... Sydney. . Passengera^f-Mrs. ! ^HargravesV''liIÍ88:-^Iai^ve8i''^Ma8ter'-'Har-' I : graves<(2), Miss Williams,'Sip S.'A. Donald i , vuon," Mr. Riley, Mr. Dev'enald, and'20 in the I -steerage.

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH VIA INDIA. (From the Herald's Point de Galle Correspondent.) Point de Galle, 23rd December, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

- EUROPEAN NEWS. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH VIA INDIA. (From the* Herald's Point do . Gaile Gor respondent.) Point de Gaile, 23rd December, 1861. , SEMOUS difficulty between England and tbo Northern States of America. .War not improbable. Export of saltpetre prohibited; Groat excitement prevails. < Consols lowor li per cent. Cotton- one penny lower. Rumoured that war has actually , been de- clared, but cannot vouch for the truth of it. There had been several violent gales'ou the English and Irish coasts, and . tho Channel, and more are foretold. : Heavy disasters are reported from sea. Pour large steamers wero wrecked. " 'v , ,

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ULMARRA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

I ; ,v V U L M A II R A . I' I ( [FJIOM A COIlUESrONDENTi] "r 'ÍI'ÍNQTJEST.-An inquesfc'was held on Tuei day last, the 14th instant, at the Ulranrr Hoiel;;before Mr. W. E. Bayldon, ;;J.P., an a respectable jury, on . the -body of Danie Cordy,?aged, Bixty-tbree, who.was accidental! drowned whilst bathing in tlie;01arencp,riye] I DavidiBarrie, 'depo3ed,.bn Tuesday.last, ábou six o'clock he was . ot work "on .the .what know "as Chowne's^wharfj' (Ulmarra"; ithe de ceased DanieliCSrdy came alongside of him and said.he wal going to bathe ; lie told hin not to do so";' deceased said he could live h I the (whter like a fish j he, undressed am plunged iuto the water off tho wharf, whicl TB: Q% feet below the wharf ; he looked to sei ;him come up, and he1 saw him shaking hi head and diving down again ; the next timi lie came up be;ob3erved he, was^exliausted at the time Thomas Shannon and :JamMsJ,oî were standing ón the bank ; he immedipelj undressed himself'' and plunged 'iluto tlii wiitor a...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] CRICKET. ALL ENGLAND v BEECHWORTH. Beechworth, 8 p. m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

'[By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] CRICKET. ALL ENGLAND v BEECHWORTH. ? > Beechworth,???8 p. m: ; : . Tho first i linings of tho All England Elovon was finished for 26di runs. ? Ovens Twenty-two, first innings ... 20 : Second innings ............. 53 Great sensation is created by tho oxtraor-. dinary. result of tho Ovens (Beechworth) match. ?.Griffith (solus) subsequently : played ' a match against Elevon of the Ovens cricketers. 'He put all out for .ono mn and' made five himself. : ?" . ' ? ??? :

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