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ORIGINAL POETRY. THOUGHTS BY THE SEA SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

ORIGINAL, POETRY. THOUGHTS BY THE SEA SIDE. I loTe fo hear tlio wild; wares roar, : . . , . ; And ken the boiindlèss'oéean o'er : . ,. And wotoh its biHowlj fi^ty they rise From earth to heiven i they meet the skies. ! Among the rocks, in the deep hollow cave ¡ ;, ? Which grim hoary ocean, docs constantly, lave ,1 hear sounds, which ççmiud me of Iiis mighty pow'r; \ \ \ ??.) "Who bowed to save mán/in qne Bolemn hour ! ? ; ? : What a puny thing is this proud rain man, . . How weak his strong um, as he stalks on the strand; . 'Gazing wondrously on vast eternity's type : .WM*. Por which, O-hoWysolemn ! ho soon will be ripe.. t Great God ! wntie flu^I view thy matchlesaiskill, .? ? Teach mo to bow? nniraubmit to thy will,. ? ,. . ;,>.. / "-j Thy power to acknowledge, thy laws to obov, -.My spirit to yield to the Great Prince of Day.' . ï : v,: Now as I roam through the " silent bush,'' ., Still within sound of thc ocean's rush ; \ i-' ? ? New scenes meet myicycBj-frcsb sounds greet -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

' ,<IV o'"'Jj? I C HS. J "Our : subscribers-tare informed that'subssrip tiqns/for 'the past : charier 'are now due, ? . and a settlement of. the same is respect-.^ fyliy solicited. , (.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

SHIPPING MTELLIQENCE. J";' . *ä ABRI VAL. : i January 25.-Urara (H.), 400 tons, Captain "Wiseman, from Sydney 23rd, mid Newcastle 24th instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Misa Bundock, Miss Tindall, the Crown Prosecutor (J. B. Simpson), Messrs. Kiley, Cohen, Devenald, Bundock, Charter, and 17, iu tho steerage.

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

' * ';"'í.: ' EXPORTS. January/22.^Gralton (s.),' for Sydney .. : 145 böge : :::,.mnizv_84bag8^wlieatv'19»bags' potatocs,í70 Iiidos, 2 - . blindies sugar'cañe, 2 boxes eggs, 25 ounces gold *,,..,.<: ..dust,,8<coop¡ poultry. ;1 horse, nnd 10 packages sun i - dries -" i'' - A ii > . > - '

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

: . DEPASTURE. January 22.-Grafton (a.), 210 tons, Cap ' . \ tain H. Creer, \for Sydney, y Passengers Miss.TVhito, Messrs..AVhite, Elliss "Walker, Campbell, aud<21 in the steerage.

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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 opinioas express. THE BATHURST BURR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. --:-0--. Otra columns ure opon to nil writers ,who 'refrain from': tho «se of virulent language or .personalities . but wo . aro not , responsible for' opinioas ex P^.THE BATÖttRST ¿ÜÉ.RV . 'TO TUE EDITOR OP, TUB EXAMINEU. SIB,-Can any information bo given to tho publie why steps aro not .taken to: clear tho streets of the niiiaahoo arising from tho Spread of tho Bathurst Burr? ¡Some of tho streets oro now almost im- passible, through noglect in not staying this nuisance tho small sum of.about five pounds ivas found suffi, oient last year to destroy thom. Aro tho funds of tho Council so very lbw thata similar sum cannot this year bo dovot«d,to .tho sanio purposop I Bupposo we shall bo told*) there is Prince-street for you. Suro onough thoro nra rio .bnrrs.to be aeon thora- of tho Bathurst bind, whioh mny possibly arise from the fact.of tho number of aldermen residing in that locality, and who seem .to act upon tho principle of " catch whilo weean." No doubt ...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

SYDNEY. ino mau U'om .Lambing Flat was attacked on;the ;Gth, instant' by throb'armed bush- rangers TKoro werp besides the jdrivor, four psssougcrs-two Frenchmen, Scrgcant-Major O'Grady of .tho 12 th Regiment. Ono of the FiTOchmonjpi!raucois. Clormond, ^offered a spirited resfsWco and 'was assisted' by Iiis couutryman/but not by either of the others. 'ïïd'theroforeraX'oif^towqrdsi .tho.-Flat and arouse^ th^pölico^wh^söwte^r "at .once in piu'sùil^the^bbé^.\^' s( !''; '? - Í On tlîol'lth afire occured at'tho¿farm of Mi'. R. Childs ónítho Nepean River, which consumed 300 bushels ofNyheat, 100 bushels ,of oatsi and^sevon tons .of hay. - This., is tho third fire iu the samp neighbourhood; within a short poriocl, tho IOSB iii all . being ^ostimated at £Í205. It is sup.posod,to,bo, tlió work of an incendiary; . . !/??'?.'>.'. Tho Coinnussionership. , for .Roads, .lately relinquished by Mri Collett,' has 'been- con forrecí'on:Mi\'E.'^ for Harbours- and 'River Nawgation^with' an addition o...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

ABSTRACT <}Ç-BABES BY AUCTION ,DUH MR. THOMAS FISHER.-At Mr. Norman Cbwhn's, South Grafton, on Saturday, nt ll o'clock, 1 pair working bullock«, .1, millcing cow, Seo.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

?/COPIES OF THE EXAMINER may be had. at J. PAGE'S Stationery and Book -Depot, Prince-street, Grafton. , . Notice of Dissolution. THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing i between the undersigned, under the I style or firm of HALL AND ALDERSON, I expires this day by effluxion/of time. The I business will be contipu/a, as* usual, by WILLIAM MAOO^raN/AZDERSON,, in conjunction witfcMU^yronsj/WILLIAM HENRY ALDERSOJT and THOMAS ALDERSON, und/rthe style of " Alderson and'Sons,"..by wnom all accounts of the. late firm will be settled. THOMAS B..HALL, ' W. M. ALDERSON. Witness-THOMAS SOUTHERN.'. .-. * 221; Elizabeth-street, Sydney, December 31st, 1861. - 8 . SMITH, PEATE, AND CO., WHOLESALE :§liippiiî^TaiHlTFniniiy Grocers, ' WINE & SPIRIT .MERCHANTS, , BEG to call the attention of gentlemen and families to the superior assort- ? ment of goods always on. SALE at - their establishment, which comprises every article in the trade, either imported direct from thc first houses in England and th...

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THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

: ; ' THE EXHIBITION. Millions bf bricks, and tons bf ,'mortar,.and square miles of glass, and waggons bf iron gu'ders.:and forests of timber,-theso.aro'tHe rude'arid'th'e mw matöriAls'wliicb üöw' make Avliat':is" little'iribre tlian: the hare skeleton of i'thë'great;Exhibition biiilding. Tho- finished "structue will grow into a moro'faiiy . fabric/ : We shaU in-a few months :be . called upon , to contemplate : domes -wider than -those of the Pantheon and the Baths of Caracalla, higher than the Cathedral inIHoreiice or St. Paul's .in London ¡' picture-halls as long as'the grand gallery.'in the Louvre; J-platforms 'and mdb T'^rjrfls -for ceremonials and processions ; c?mdoft>í^¿iáters adorned with" Floren- tine . mosaics, torraícoDta-^jmQ decorative sculpture. Tho -grand nave of^nio-infer. national -Exhibition'will be 100 feet in lieighF and ; 800 feet in length. But tho principal architectural; feature of the .building will be the domes. "The domes," says ,the printed official st...

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

IRELAND. i THE remains of Bellew M'Jianus, the Irish I-patriot who madè\styno noise in the troubles i of 18-18', were brouMlt over from America in I tho City of WasTjuncfcou steamboat on the 81st of October. T^uVpersoiis who- had the management of " tine M'Manus obsequies " succeedod to. some extent in their object, having gathered large crowds, by dint of importunity, to follow the remains. In Cork they had immense placards posted on every conspicuous dead wall and pier, invoking "the friends of Ireland" to come forth as mourners, and to do honour to the memory of tho patriot. The consequence of their efforts was, that teni of thousands, according to the Cork 2iepbrte\ assembled many from i tho rural diBtrícts^andlüáD from the counties of Tipperary , and Limerick, so that tho funeral .procession occupied a milo. Itcom I menced at two o'clock on Sunday (November ?3rd); " The hoarse was drawn by six horses, accompanied by a band of music,' and fol- lowed by thè^trades' societies-ship...

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

v. ?. , ? VARIETIES, ENOUGH FOB ALL,-With health of body, . innocence,of mind/and habits of-industry,, a poor man's child ought to have nothing to be ? afraid of, nor his father or mother'any, thing tobe afraid of for him,-Dr. Paley. NEAT.-'ïïs noi^unntting that a virtuous young ladyXshould blush at lier first presen . tation in socie^.^hcmorning herself blushes ?. wheu she finîtrappèfexs, unless she is."undera ? cloud." \ .. ; : i - A certain judge having been called on afc a ? public dinner for a song, regretted that it was not in his power to gratify the company. A .?;? . wag who was present observed that lie was much surprised hy the rofusal of .the learned - judge; aa it was notorious that numbera had . been-transported by his voice !, DECENT T. ASCENT. To an intelligent ' person who was perpetually boasting of his ancestry; an industrious successful tradesman of humble origin observed," You, my friend, .. are proud of your descent; but I om proud ?v of my ascent." -\ ; . OLD E...

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

. - >. ' "1 ; , IMPOSTS.,. : January 25.-Uraro, (s.), froni Sydncy.1 1 quarter.I barrel .licrringej -2 hogsheads rum, 1 quarter cask, - >brandy¡ 9ea8ea4wjne,-2.boxes tobacco, 47 mais suga-,' .1 caso confcctiortnrj',1 case jam, 1G, holf-cliests toa, 2 .-. -.packages cañdlestM;hatfrti«rre.l>oasetobseco, 8 bundle*. ? ?j iron, 1 caso sundries l',.qalo,.twine, W. B. Campbell ¡. ' ? 3 boxes tea, 2 baskeU.'chWse gooda,;! parcel, 3 cases .:..:.! 1 parcel'opium, T,- .B^Dsws >: 2 »'- bags' - flour,- Jucr ... . gens¡13 mata sugar,'2\boxo3 salt, 1 ehest tja, 2 half-. - : clicats:tea;-l üox'tobncTO; I case lobsters, 1 keg butter, . : Lowcnthal ; 2 boxes tobacco,' 1 caso pickles, 1 tin case, : 1 bundle line, 10 bags flour,'!'. Shoveller ; .1 case, 1 parcel, E. Potts ;. 1 half-chests toa, Kirohncr ¡ 2 boxes ten; 1 parcel, 0. Backes; 8 bugs'sugar, 2 lialf-cliests ' ten, J. MTaddon j 1 mat susae, 'Devlin ¡1 case, C. . l'letclier ¡-1 bag bngp; H. Livingstone ¡ 2 packiigcs, . ;.. A. Davis;...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

" LATEST .COMERCIAL. . V' "PRODUCE CIRCULARS. .WHOLESALE. I1. ^[ANDERSON, CAM l1 ll ELL, ' AND CO.'s]:" lí'iiWd lmvo nd.changes of tmporlanco to report' for i. thc past week-arrivals lmvo beon comparatively few. I :.Whoat continues firm at 6s. Od. for Californian,, Gs; i td Gs. 3d. for Adelaide, and.Gs. Gd. to 5a. . Od. for I Colonial.. .'. ' I . iMaizo is ratlior inoro plonliful. Wo liavo sold a pood deal during Ibo Week at Vs. 3d. mid honoal. a. . ;lowor rato. . ? ; .. -Ifny-Luccrno luis again advanced ¡ wo ref«sod £8f ?BB. for aparcol to-day. -Vie quote £8 lo £81.0s. ? . Flour is in good doinrnd. Wo lmvo sold sovoral lots of Sydney silk' dressed at £U ; Adolaido con- tinues at £16 forbest ? . ¿ .. ; . . ?Bran is in domand ; wo lmvo sold at ls 8d.; .- . ? AVollongong butter continues indomaitd at ls. foi" best. ...:.'.:.. '..'.''? v .Caledonian Wharf, King-street, Sydnoy, i ; . -' January 23rd. ' ..,.!?,. :: ' [ ? hy. I'llITCIIAllD.J .' HAÏ.-Primo Lucerno is firm, and in domand nt...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

' TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1802. , : ;' <.>r^' Br s£mo strange accidoufc Armidale nu'd tho .,:u:s.: -fClaroneo hnd Iliohmoud, havpibo'come so as sociaEecViu'tho, minds of .tho^-Syduej* people ' '..'.ns-to givo',risb> td 'a!fcolihg< that: Armidalo . .holds a sort of pnternal volatioiv to those dis- tricts-a feeling vvliich Armidale1 has cer iuiulyencouraged,, by.endeavouring to appro pi'inte the lion's share of public attention. In the enrlier atabes of the Separation con- test, Armidale toole tho initiative, deeply concerned for our safety and welfare, she re resorted even to guile, to prevent what, all of a Budden, sim lind lound out was a disaster to be deprecated, and to put a stop to such a disaster she anticipated the Voice, of tho 'Clarence, and by her representative, com ;initted, noleiit,w/««í,.'tliO}' Clát]énce;^tó ¿the benign influence of tho regime :of¿Néw South Wales. Having so adroitly succeeded iii this first public essay of .'her' strength; att...

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ALL-ENGLAND FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

" ALL-ENGLAND FIRST INNINGS f ' " .''At twonty minutos past four o'clock, tlig United Elevens took tho 'field, - and Bonnott and, Mortlock ? went to tho oreases; to1 tho bowling of Conway 'andi Mooro. Bonnott ' made two1 off; Mooro,1 Whiûh'ïwas ? .well.flolded.by'Wardill, Boving btloaslt fgur,,ruus:j';:hoï then mado two.through..tho slips off Conway,i,and, waa run out for 5,. tho ball being woll thrown up r.byt long-slip (Mano). . . ; -.ii' * Griffith takes Bennett's place, Mooro bowlingvWol!,' Mortlock was caught nt point by. Gurtisioff Conway.1* only scoring,!/ Two wiokots for 11 mps,? - .i.;,;:" : -: H. H. Stephenson suocecded 'Mortlock, nnd made a fino leg hit off Conway, splendidly. fioldfldvby,l Koltlo ' 'Griffith mado a flue out on', tho ground far; amongst tho tonts, but was mulled by O'Mullnno .amt Costtok. i'.IT. i II: Stephenson was .caught. by.Gdbortl nt mid-wiokct for 7. ..CiiiTyn aucoeoded, and mado n leg :bit. off.Conwnyf for two, tho tour being prevented by Kettle's ...

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CRICKET. (From the S. M. Herald's Melbourne Special Correspondent.) ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN v. TWENTY-TWO OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA. Melbourne, 11:35 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

sf Vc RI C K ET. j. {FromtítqS.iM. Herald's Melbourne Special \.-:\Cqrrtespondent.) ? ALL-ENGLAN D\ ELIS VEN,, T. TWBNïi'-TWO: OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA. Melbourne, ll"35 n.m. Tnis interesting match between tho united devons mid tho Ah-Englnnd Elovon commencoû "at 11-40 this, morning. .Tho lattoi'won tho\ toss, andi sent in tho United, Dean plays for Nowcombo. ; Weather ¡very cool. ' .. .Marshall nnd Park took' their plncos at tho «wickets to tho bowling of ldrtison, nntl.Boniictt. ; Mudio nnd P. Curtis neted ns umpires. Marshall after making 6 was bowled by Bomictt. Bryant niado a'fino leg hit for fi, but onlv <t allowed by tho regulations ¡ Park .aho rnado a fino cut for 4. Bryant hit tho ball on to Iiis own wicket, haying modes. Two wickets for, 24 runs. . '', ' ? .. Mooro succeeded Bryant and rondo 8, by o drivo to tho on far ¡three, four; and. ono, wlion iii trying to draw a ball to leg, ho, was beautifully stumpod by Stephenson. ' 'Thrco wickets for 32. . * Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

Steam to Smith's Flat. THE STEAMSHIP' ULMARRA, will leave | Hitchins' Wharf, TO-MORROW, the 29th instant; at 8 íáftf., fleing in cargo ] ,at~the- diff^tínt^hnrj^A ." ^y.^-,^ A. HITCHINS /ND Agents. A. HITCHINS ifhd CO., at the. same time, would intimate that all v shippers'{¡af? goods, would oblige by PAYING THE* FREIGHT at the TIME OF SHIPMEN!, so. as to preVent thè>ïrouble of collectingíf'" Steam to1 Sydney. . r|V.H'E, WELL/I Will '.bc despatched' *foç . .... _ Grafton, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, at daylight?1'' .. ' Eor full particulars as to freight &c, apply to the CAPTAIN, on board. . 4 Clarence and Richmond Rivers Steam Navigation Company.' : .\TOTICE TO SHIPPERS _ ? -f*- OF GRAIN.-Whenever, information is given Jjtthe (Captain of tim Company's steamers/tha/ a jarot smaller I number than MVMFNÍiíto.'BAGS at one time:\vill be, READY FOR 'SHIP- MENT, on any.' good/and safe; wharf on the River, below Grafton, the vessels will STOP, on their downward passage, and taite them...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] From the Herald's Suez Correspondent. Malta, December 4th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862

---- ; : ---T . i LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. . I [liY 8UBMABINE TELEGRAPH.] l-.Vr" Jfrom tho Herald's Suez Correspondent. \, Malta, December 4th, 18G.L .'. "TnE linglieü papera aro loud in their denun- ciations regarding a ' Federal war steamer fórcibly removing two Confederate; Commis- sioners from tho, Wost India mail packet. The English Governmonfy it iV understood;' have demanded summary satisfaction. ,.? , ??' :,: MB. REUTEE'B TEnEonÁMi. , r ;V" ¡ ^ .' '. ..[, ' '.' .'London, 27th .November. ., ' Hidollfand, ,Masey, Confederate .Commis-1 stoner's; ? were , forcible taken out bf ' .the | English' mail.steamer -Trent, ' while? Í on a voyage from ¡Havana to Saint Thomas, ' by, I tho Únited-Statosfrigate San'Jacinto:' ?: . .v ' Consols declined to 93 k, i ' . 1 -i,-:??> -. ?'? '. i' '. i Liverpool, 27th Novombor. , i An American, man-of-war stopped- ,tho British. West Indian ?mail steamer, ? and1 took out; twp, Southern. .Commissioners. Feeling hore,very, strong against the North* J B...

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