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

. PREß SELECTION. O.v Tuesday .last, a goodly number. ittcuded at:the Crown Lands Office, aud foi) several; of tho lots takeu up there was occasion, ou account of-the number of applicant^ to have rocóurae to the ballot to decide who * should be the successful purchaser. ^Thev;following¡ 'is a list of the purchasers,-area selected; and where situated j together;with>the.amountof deposit money, -and* number (<of . serest token ; up:- ' ? j Archibald M'Dermid, Manning Rivcr^ 100 . acres, County of Clarence, parish of Tolumbi, on-Palmer's Liland, lots G9 and 70. , j .Jo'm Hill Garvin, Shoalhaven, 256 acres 2 roods, County of Clarence, parish of Tolumbi, (comprising lot 24 of 28 aeres, lot 25 of .67 -aores,. lot, -201 of M'> acres, and lot 27 , of 87i aores, aeoording . to, lalo1 survoy, and all situate at tho confluence pf Palmer's channel with tho Clarence Rivor. > -,j? .Abraham Carr, Uimarra; 50 acres, lot 4J, on north'I bank of 'Palmer's.. Island, fronting tho mki...

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

' ? GRAFTON HOSPITAL. A. COMMITTEE meeting was held on Thura lay evening:last.. Present : Mesara. Archer, Lardner, Jones, -White, himmler, Lawrence, Hitchins and Pag^.1.' 'x \> The minutes ot tl>\last'mé«¡fiñg were read and.confirmed.- vi, -^i Vs I The following sums ' were paid into tho fund :-Mr. Lawrence, £2" 7s. Od. ; Mr. C. Dodge, 2s. Gd. ; Mr. W. Fitch, 10s. ¡ Mr. ¡Amos, £1 ; Mr. J. Cameron, 5s,; Mr. C. ' Mackay, 10s. ;. Mr. : Jones 10s., from Captain M'Dennott; Mr-.-Ztmmler, £5 Qs. ; A Friend, 5s.; Mr. Fisher, dBi -1H¿ ; Mr. Shoveller, £1 ; Mr. S. Aiken. £2 2s. ; Mr. ?aminlaç, dBi"'ls. It was suggested that liJaçk^^'sWouIil he substituted for block .128, for amiildnjg site. A hill for £1 4s' .was ordered to be paid to Mrs. :Yincont. . \ It was resolved that tho tickets for the concert should.be 3s., and for children la Gd. For the ball, \0d. for gentlemen, 15s. for ladies and gentleman. ' Tho meeting thèu ndjoilfrW till that day week. ' . ' v-y ¿> \ .

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

MARRIAGE. CAMPBELL—CREGG—On the 20th instant, by         special license, at the Episcopalian Church,   Grafton, by the Rev. A. Selwyn, Mr. Donald Campbell, of Ettrick, Richmond River, to Miss Ellen Cregg of Sydney.—Dublin papers please copy.       TRAVERS.—On the 20th instant, of rapid decline, at the Parsonage, Grafton, Jessie Travers, aged 18 years, eldest daughter of the late James Lindsay Travers.              

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

Clarence Riveiv Anti-Cattle Stealing Association. A REWARD' OP . ONE" HUNDRED POUNDS will/ be paid to anyone giving such information' ns shall cause the conviction of .any party in the Clarence dis- trict,'for. RECEIVING'or SLAUGHTER-. ING.any CATTLE. JjuawiVg the /¡ame to bc STOLEN ; tfiA re/Mi- SiFTY POUNDS:will-j¿pM,/> vQorA giving such, information as sb/1 cause the con- viction ? .of any paijjp for feloniously DRIVING or _ STEALING CATTLE, in the Clarence district. v * . , . Information can bc ..given to the under- signed; : or to any magistrate, or to the Chief Constable. ; .GRAHAM MYLNE, Hon: Sec. The Liverpool and London Fire and . Life Insurance Company. CAPITAL, £2,00*0,000 £250,000 invested in New Sou .. ' , ' :.? arid Victoria. lyTR. W. II. II." RECKE having been MX- appointed AGENT for the CLARENCE UIVER DISTRICT,- is authorised to^ receive APPLICATIONS for INSURANCE in both -the??Five'-and Life Departments which will be dealt with by tho Directors in Sydney, upon te...

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ARMIDALE. (From the Armidale Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

' ARMIDALE/ j . (From lite Armidale Express.) :'ARMIDALE SCHOOL OF AKTS.-The special ¡general meeting on- Monday evening took place, - nccordiug'to advertismcnt. The Pre- sident , (the Kev. Mr. M'Carthy) . having taken tho chair, the.plans sent;: in for a hall, -&c, ? were laid before the1 meeting, , and balloted 'for Mr.- Grover's design' for. a hall was'approved of unanimously; subject to this resolution-That Mr. Grover be requested to alter thc design he had sent in, and.make the : South front the same as the East ; and that a 'design and plan, be sent in to the Secretary, in order that tenders may be called for.v ¡Mr. Grover expressed his willingness to do'so. . Mr. . Jackes, J. P., then moved-That Mr. E. .ÍTrover'snamebe placed on the books of'the institution'ns'life .member, in consideration of hisi design "being approved of. ; Mr. M. Hayes ..then tendered his : resignation as a member of the.¡ committee, ns he -was about leaving Armidale, which was accepted by the ^ni...

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

V. Á II I T I E S . * . . i * . Erow.:: THYSELF.-In order to : come afc a .true knowledge of- ourselves, we'. Bhould . con sider .how far we may deserve the praises and approbations .which the. world bestows, upon, .us; whether the ac#on\they celebrate pro rceed from laudahlOhd :Vrfoiy motives ¡'and how far Ave are realjKpossetaBd of the virtues .which gain us applause :; among ? those with . whom ; we -converse. Such*1 a reflection > is absolutely .nccessarv, if we consider how: apt ?we are either to value or'Condemn -ourselves .hy the opinions of others, and to Bncrifice the report of our own hearts to tho judgement of the world. -.1 . - , ' Some mon's heads.aro like the world before God . said unto- it, "LeV there;'be light." These-dark lanterns may slüñe\¿o themselves, ¡.flnd understand their' 'ownv^oncoits; Vbut' .nobody eke can'have light fronVthem ."Some affect thiV,darkness, that :TRiey may he ^accounted: profound ; whereas que is. not hound to .believe that all-tho wator...

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POET'S CORNER. A RETROSPECT [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

POEÏ'S costeas. ikv&tâiï&ï' "i: Á HKTR03PKCT <l > larcBiiUof wcne» when, nsiiu'uM, < 'fl ^ *? r . I rambled ligM omi (!">, ' ? '.. i.Ji* To pluck tile han (hom's carl* blooil», >"?-' >fV'"> " And hail tho opening May ¡ 'Ä ' r _/ "While cry thought and youthful hopo ", *? i" " ÏVoso buoyantly and free ! * _ ! - J . But in th» morMhajisions fled, i "\ li*^! . . :. ; ,:- '! ? Like"wild mrdsSfroiu llielreo. . ? v J . . . So fados tito hours, Vmore renewed,', /? ?,??[?. ,<ri. Of childliood's\>yoii3 spring. Bucccodcd by a sterner dronm, r Or ci e the soul takes wiiiR ; } . But let tho changing scenes pass on ? - . , Itoannot quitodwtroy.,i.vv.».;vvvvv; Tho recollection snect that.clings, , « ¡io days passed when a boy. 1 ' And yét Ibero was anrHhrr time, < > ' * Wuon visions thickly flew, j i ( That were blended oft with daydreams - ' '- Some of tho brightest Imo <,-.v>-V. . ' - - And o'er my fu...

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

- . AT CAMPBELL'S, ' CLARENCE RIVER STORES. -0 'WILL Bli OPENED IN A -FEW * * DAYS, tho FIRST SHIPMENT of NEW GOODS! including 2000 PAIRS\0F ItfJOTS.from the noted 3s. :Gd,;."cashmere/to . the best black and coloured Frenchy Merino, with silk elastic sides. a //, . ELEGANT jpi^DEESSES. Bonnets, Hats,Ribbons, Plumos; New dress .trimn/ngs, in Variety. . ¡ . To ' do jtisticè /to'' thcso'V choice'articles; purchased at accost .of nearly: THREE THOUSAND POUNDS, .will' require another 'Supplement.'. .. The .first lot 'has ..arrived in the Grafton^ the;Secöhd :lot' .will ?arrive-in the Urara'; the -remainder (heavy |stuff),by thc schooner Elizabeth. .' |: Remember. CAMPBELL is; the I'man who established the .cash system; and brought the prices dowri¿ j_63_( ' -SYDNEY AGENCY . y I TMTR. ARTHUR CURITT, Bridge-' -.-"4- street, Sydncy,.Jtóv8:.Agent,for,,the: Clarence and ?Richmom/Émminer.¡ is author riscd to receive actfdriiscments, subscrip-; tionsj and1 payments for advertising-, ac-: counts...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

LATEST i à* fi.., . COMMERCIAL. ' PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ' ! »Ú WHOLESALE., [ANDERSON, CAMPBEI.Ti, ANlî.CO.'s]. : Arrivala'during tho past woolf havo oontinuod.limited, und tho-domand for almost all artioles of produce ( very brisk. .: , . . ,. "Wheat ÍB very firm at Os, for Adelaide, nnd,, 5s Gd' io is 9d for.Californian. . Maize-Wo havo Bold BOHÍO considorablo quantities during tho wook at Va 3d. ' ,' Lucerno Hay is in demand, at ll. io 7I. J Os. Flour is in good domand, colonial at 141, and Ado laido at IS/. , . . , . ' '' , ' . , . Bran and Pollard aro vory abaroo and iii domand at la Od. . -, f . Wollongong Butibr-Boat samples romain afc ls, Bacon-Od. to 7d;por lb. for primo ( Bnrloy, English-5s. to Cs. par bushel. j. Ditto Capo-3a , Bran-ls Gd por .Bushol r Butter-r-Od to ls por lb.. , r- . . ¡ ' ' ; 1 .Choose-Sd to Gd «. . ' . . .,. Cnlvns-ÜGs to.40s each . . Jfloilr-^ilnost, Town-J6l4porton ; " . ' Ditto, flnosk Adolaido-¿516 ditto ???'< ; Ditto, Ano Country, JEM do. ...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

I .DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS .OF THE'' j 1 - .V, \^ 'ÜfAILS. ' . » - ? I DBPABTOBE8_«PJtOM'.G-IUPTOW. - it "To Casino, tte., Tucac&Vfnt 7 a.m. . ... I I To Queensland, via Casino,'.Tuesday-, at 7 o.m.-: .?. ? j 'To Armidale, Monday ana Saturday, at 6 a.m., i V . 'To Tábidam, Monday and Friday,? nt 8 a m. ? . ' To Sydnoy, by steamer, "Wednesday; morning, j , ' ' Anni VAM AT OOAÏIOK. : From Casino, &e., Saturday, , nt Op m.; ¡ ?? ... 'From Queensland, via Casino, Saturday, at 0 p.m. ' . iFrom Armidale, Sunday and-Friday,-at 6 p.m. . :\ Í1 From Tabulam; Taesday and Saturday, 0 p ra. From Sydnoy, by steamer, Saturday afternoon ? .

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APPALLING ACCIDENT AT EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

APPALLING ACCIDENT AT 'EDIN 'I < BURGH ' ON ,tli'(j jnorning of (Sun lay, NovOinhor :2 lyn'1 ít'allsb'útldiiig, of -seven stenos, in .Higli-stroot,' .^Edinburgh; a district, thickly populatedviby' 'thoAvqrkihg. classes, su'ddonly . foll, burying; nearlyitho whole bf tho inmates iii the rnins.: /Thé houso was several centuries old, and .tho. . timbers wore decayed. Tho WIIQIO gave' way i ,0t'óñeo^ collapsing iuw'a'rds, and leaving only .ai'-.' portion; of the. gables still.' standing. Twenty-two bodies have beon talton out . deadj and>abputi twelve Avounded. :'"There wero some .' i extraordinary escapes. . Operations' 1 wero siiBponded during. tho night, owing. to tho.dauger from tho tottering gables,, but:;it: avas;Oxpectod that several othor bodies would, ibejdiacovored. Tho event has caused the-ut-j <mo3t, excitemont and consternation in . tho city.''/ }>..., ' ... ".TliOibatastn-'ophocreated an immonse sen-, satibmv jn Edinburgh : on . Sunday, and the:...

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

: . ~-rrr-r íj TUESDAY, JANUARY ai,, 1802. ft .. "TUE old English provorb ".that-learning is \i 1 better than land," generally, speaking : meets 1 . ' .with but little countenance'in .the colonies. - I ' , Schools, churches, literary-institutions, in ! . ' -short, all institutions which seek to dovelopo ! the . mental capabilities of our diversified ; populations seem to be at a.^discount. Wo find: every whore'the tokons-df matorial, pros I ' perity.^but tihat prosperity, appears scarcely ! - to eft'ect therniargm^lrom ydiich "these iinsti tutions draw\beir supplies', and they aro: only kopi afloat' by incessant 'labour and . importunity. Eaces, regattas, ¡and similar amusements havo only to be mentioned to :?>:? (secure a hearty and liberal response; but : . everything which has to do with tho cul; j . . tivation of tho mind and improvement : of i taste/fails, to. secure anything, beyond. the j ' smallest modicum of. support. : ' I This apathy and indift'erenco ia much to be reg...

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SERIOUS DIFFICULTY ARISEN BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE NORTHERN STATES OE AMERICA. —WAR NOT IMPROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

SERIOUS DIFFICULTY ARISEN BE- TWEEN. ENGLAND AND THE NORTHERN STATES OE AMERICA. -WAR NOT IMPROBABLE. And now for a very curious and unexpected incident,; upon which all the wiseacres and others of England are set agog, and contem- plate "War with ^America." ... ...", The Nashville, a steam vessel of war, of the Southern Confederation, entered South- ampton waters on Thursday morning, and landed the passengers, officers, and crew of the American ship Harvey Birch, which she had captured off the mouth of the " Channel; ,and then there .burnt .'to the - water's edge. The Nashville is à sister Bhip to the James A4gèr,'Federal steamer, which only recently ' left Southampton twaters,; after undergoing repairs. . ; She was sent over." for the purpose of intercepting a.vessel loading at; Liverpool with.wmdike'BtoreSj'for.the Southern Govern-1 ment,.and she left,Southampton; on the 12th instant, but where; she, has /gone nobody ?knows. ?,:/v''X 'M' ';:',;^ r'i:;: ' ?'.'?'?' : " ',' Tho Nash...

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

^ '/Steam to Sydney. v T'lIE W*ELL -KNOWN Will be despilftchiccl /br'cSydney;:.: from Grafton, oh Wl^NESDAY MORNJNG/ .at daylight. , ~'¿-V|. ;? flor Ml particulars . as to; ;freigIiKï&c./ apply-to the CAPTAINJ^nJb-9arj|^^, Australian Joint Stock Bank. NÖTIGE' is hereby 'given, that' interest is allowed by this Bank 'on fixed de- posits, namely :- ' ' ," On deposits for .12 months, 4 per cent, per annum. ' . .On deposits for fi(Aonth^,'3ypey cent, per ?annum.. . 1 /y : / j/'Jj."??>. On deposits fpr ^mafths^ipcr cent, per I annum. '. . . .. y . BANK POST -Btti-s with interest added ?'ut these rates respectively are. issued pay- able to order. HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager-., Victoria-street/ Grafton, 2 MARRIED COUPLE WANTED,4 by thc undersigiißd ; th/Tm¿h as General Farm. 'Servant j,'.time, yuc Û Laundress. Apply to Mr. HEPCI1/NS V \ ? , '34. \ ,4CHAûÉES J. WALKER. ?\X7ANTED, to' . "? £300, .for good security. -; MICHAEL, ' Grafton. .. JORROWf the sum of | .o^uwec years on iplv/^...

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INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

INTERCOLONIAL MATOH. I ' , ^Melbourne, Saturday. í I THE innings ,of tho .Now South "Wales Blevon was'brought, to a close at, 3'30 on Saturday, by the wicket of Kinloch (who had ? succeeded Sadler) being taken by Conway. Ho and Bryant after luncheon having re- sumed the bowling, a fow maiden overs wore .given and Kinloch had scored a single before he rotii'ed, making tho total-scoro of the in-, nings 109. Both innings 185. . The Victorians in their second innings sent in Butterworth and Wardill, to the bowling of Kinloch' aud Moore,- tho former starting with a maiden over, Butterworth made ,a doublo of Moore, Wardill a single, and thou a fine cut for four. - , - , The small figure required for a victory-was thus mado, tho Victorians being- winuors of the match with ton wickets to sp'aro. The Hon. John Robertson, Ministor for Lands, has boon returned, without opposition, for,..Shoalhaven;--'in "tho . room : oftitSx.-, John I Garrett,-resigned:.\- . -Three lascar seamen of tho','Schah...

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

. THE VOLUNTEERS. .Tiru following, brigadq.. orders,, received by Mr."\V. A. B. Greavos.-'Captain. of'tho Grafton Volunteer Corpa, aro published for tho information of that body :- ? ..??'. ? Volmitcor Brigade Office, Sydnoy, 7th January. Sir,-I hava.tlio honor to acknowledge tho rcooipt of your letter dated 1st. instunl, and am directed by (ho Colonol Commanding Volunteer Hilles, to authoma you to elect, by Ballot, for recommendation to His Excellency tho Goyornor in Chief, for commissions, ono first LiciitcmiÄt ; and ono second Lieutenant; and for confirmation^ himself, Jour Sergeants, and four Corporals \ \ V<\ V < . .: Ho trusts t^faitlV Q^Roi^Voluntoei's, in nomina- ting tho gonÜomcnVforV tho\obov\ grades,' .will judiciously scle'c^lios\je39yçalc\alcd^o promoto tho intorest of the corjjs, by theSr stwndy ?? adlioranoo and, bisciplino. » 1 am. Sir, yours, &o., R. LAVERS, G'aptuin Brigailo Adjutant. ;Io Captuin Greaves, Grafton Volunteers. "BIIIOAUB ...

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PROPOSED BISHOPRIC OF GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE. (From Tuesday's Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

: PROPOSEp BISHOPRIC OP GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE, .(From.Tuesday's Herald.) A MEET INO of gentlemen, most of whom are . interested in : tho northern districts of the colony was convened yesterday by Mr. Clark Irving,.. M.LA.., ; at 'his residence' in Mac quarie-street,|ïo'rstho\nurpôse of conferring with the Bishop of Newcastle and the Bishop of Brisbane, with regarded' tho bishopric pro-. posed to be established) to comprise tho Clarence and Richmond, and New England districts, and towards tho endowment of which Mr. Clark Irving had promised a1 very liberal contributou. Amongst the gentlemen present nt the inseting were-the Bishop of New- castle, the Bishop of Brisbane, the Dean of Sydney,; the Rey.,[Canon Allwood,;the' :IIon. Charles Cowper,M>.L,A-;< the lion. .Charles Kemp, M.L. C. £the\Hoiß» John Campbell,, - . M.L. C. ; Mr. Irving\M>L.A. ; Mr. /Dick, ' M.L.A. ; Mr., Markism, M.L.A.;' Mr. . Darnel, M.L.A : Mr. HMJordón, M.L.A.; ' Mr. M. Metcalfe, Major^¡hauvol, Mr. ...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

GRAFTON -POLICE COURT. ' . Pin DAY. "BEFOUE-Messrs. Greaves and .Lardner, J.Jr1, s ; 'A man was fined 10s. for drunkenness, at; South Grafton, or the pleasant alternative of twenty-four hours in the lock up. WKIGUT V. OKEBEiriV - This was a breach of tho Master 'and Ser- vants' Act. Elijah "Wright on oath deposed : defendant engagedHo drive -bullocks for him, arid he made' an a'dvaucq to him to the amount of? £2 3a/ in. inWe^and1 goods ; he was . èngaged to ugo 'toXjÇîèV England -and hack, and to make anothetttrip\t 13s. a week ; he however absconded fromïhis service about the end of the. year.-James Priestley- cor- roborated the evidence Of "Wright, and said ihat Grebert told him he would not go if he could get the" moneys to ipay for a bullock. The defendant stated that he did , not agree ;to go a second trip, but only one at 10s., and that he performed the same.' ;By the Bench ; Plaintiff owed him £5-10s., a glin, and sun ¡ dries ; he never'recollected promising to -'pay for the ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC RESIDENT CLERGYMAN FOR THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 January 1862

ROMAN CATHOLIC RESIDENT ' ' CLERGYMAN FOR THE CLARENCE A FUBr/to insETiNG, convened -by-.advertise*' ment'in : the Examiner, was lield .afc the. Assembly Rooms, on AVednesday evening,. The attendance was very large, comprising in addition to tho Catholic residents, ajiuuiber. nf-peojile belonging to. other, ^denominations: ? Tho,mectincns shewn by the amount sub-, scribed\{aÄinost enthusiastic-in fact, all seemed ng\ed upon'the one* point-the ne-' ssaifcy foraYesident clergyman.-.i:.-;-: . ... .;., j Tho llev. Mr. M'CAIITUV, of Armidale,' inv on his annual tour, occupied the -chair. Ie prefaced his remarles by expressing the iensuro he l'elc in presiding over so large a jeeting assembled for such a purpose ; that leasuro was greatly enhanced when «he saw pulid him thoso not directly belonging, to jieir Church, but who wero a^vi^^oflu,d jrer ready to aid any and every!/ moramont jiving for its ends the moral, social, an\in |llectunl advancement of the inhabitauts*of. jiese districts....

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WELCOME LITTLE DAISY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

WELCOME UïfcLE DAISY. ". Aiid art thou hore, my bkn pSptty flower- ;.. ? f ;. í!Far¿ for away in this diwnt land ? ?? - ^ >...... . ,. ¡'Tiiy. sweet pretty faeo, tells of Albion's shore, :>.. 1'lie soil I once trod, with a faithful band. ' : ... ' . '.-Thy cheering smile reveals sweet meads, . ; ; . . Whore oft in oliildood, I have roamed- . ?..s '.'Wat silvery stamm, tm friend of need ? ... ..... ¡Thc village churob_r-Hno quiet home.\.- . - North Grafton, Januaiy, ffi62.^

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