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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT; PARLIAMENT, was prorogued by his Excel- lency, in person, . on -Monday "last; -Iiis Excellency-who was! dressed in uniform, and wore tbo insigna of tlie Order of - St.' Micliael and St. George-entered'-the^Houso- at twenty minutes.to,four>p.m., ; and .was con ductedvby the&lt;President to the chair of State nt the eastern end bf tho apartment;' ? His EXCELLENCY aftqi;.,)asspnting, in tho name of her Majesty, to' various .bills,' then '.: read tho followingspeech :- . ''.:?". Honorable Gentlemen of theLegislative Council, and Gentlemen of tito Legislative Assemlly- t 1. In releasing - you, from further ?? nttondaneo in Parliament,! nm Jiappy to bo able to cóngratulnto you upon tho successful result of your, lubours dm'ing this long and arduous session. " 2 Various moasorcs of great importance havo boon complotod, and sqvoral Acts have been pass'od calcu- lated to ¿ovolopo tho interests to which ;thoy hnvt * roforenco. ,, ''/, . 3. ^Prominent .nmo...
ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
' : .. .U.L M AR lt A. [FROM OUR COlUlijSl'ONDENT.] , A îtEKEiiro oí' perons layouraDio ; to. tao laudable object ot' os^bMiii^'avliosjjital iu Grafton, was held at l&ïr.l).M'Auley's Cale- donia Hotel; on Thuasddy, tlie\23rd instant, at four o'clock p.m. A deputation from the Grafton committee, consisting of the Mayor," A. "Lardner, J.P.,.au'L .Alderman Jones, were inattondauco. Tho Ulmarraitès did not muster very strong, owing to tbb eVlyvboaii: of tho meeting, added to this a %rpa£ nuiuSji^' were ignorant of the meeting 5ltogSther, so that the attendance on Thursday, is not\lio crite- rion by which wo are.to judge thefeeliugs of tho Ulmarra people in tho. matter. The chair was taken~byvA.\Lar^uer, J.P., wlio opened the proceedihgs\jV^^tating the progress that liad been mrcuVm ©nilton aud. elsowhore toward the desired objec\ the neces- sity' that oxistcd for co-operation among al classes of tho community ; aud suggested ?that efforts should be put forth toward con su'matiug...
ARMIDALE. (From the Armidale Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
ARMIDALE.1 (From' Hie ' Armidale Express'.) ' MAH, EEOULATIÖNS.-We have received a '.humber, ot' complaints relativo to l-eceut changes in'the mail regulations. Tlio mail for Bundarra, now leaves 'Bendemeer on Sa- turday morning before the mail downwards from; Armidale can arrive. - This, causes tho copies ofrjtho " Express " for Bundarra to lie in tho-Bendemeer'post office till tho following Saturday, add 'also nil letters from tho North for the same placo which reach?''-Armidale on JFriday. evening. A Ve bog to inform nil parties concerned that ; on tho 30th -December wo .wrote to the Postmaster General on tho sub- ject, suggesting that tho hour of departure from Bendemeer should be.fixed -so far ;past 8 a.m. as to permit of tho arrival of-tho mail from Armidale-thus securing any "letters or papers for Bundariaarriving by. either the up or down mail, y lu another; directou a diffi- culty has also occured. ? Tho weekly mail to Grafton -basteen substituted-by a mail de- spatch ^from...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
,.: ?,'.(.'&?.;. ; ,-, . --'.?! : MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ;" » > ? '/ ' TlIUItSDAY. ^ j , I'KJÜSENT!ATho-Mayor, .'Aldermen Jones,-* Robinson,. Lardner,... MTadden, Q ilmoro,' Payne,-andr-Awyi ? 'Tho mimitosloil :ie last meeting vroro read; and confirmed. \ \\, ; . A letter vras\re\A' from Mr. J. Strauss, tho contractor fir tVcVbridgo in Dobie-strect. | Alderman .Piiynq \ proposed, Alderman ¡ .Lardner seconded, " Tnat a-choquo for £60 i j be paid on account ol" tho bridge in 'Dobie street."- ' " '?: i ?? ; Tho half-yearly account of tho income and I expenditure of tho municipality, and a copy, of the electoral , roll of-the- same woro laid j upon the table j ¡wheroupon Aldorroan Joues proposed,' Alderman M'Fadd¡m*Sfcondcd¡ " That Aldermen Avery, CHnncYO^ffli Payne form K Biib-commitleo, to rln'iBO thuVainc, and to report at the. noxfc meeting of tho Council." £25 was ordered to ho paid to Mr. Philip Bale, on account of Prince-street. Alderman Jones proposed, Alderman Gil- more ...
DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
DISTRICT COURT. ' Tn rs Court was opened afc noon yesterday, beforo his Honor Judge Francis. COHEN Y. SLADE. I' This ¡was, an action for £M 2s.: 5d., for goods s'uppliod and delivered. Dofoudanfc did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff.,, i coirey V.\UAMOWDAY;.'? s ; This was a claim.for»£27 5s.-ld., with in- terest, for goods receded; r rDefbiidanfc did >not nppoar. \ Verdict \r ? plaintiff, . less tho interest, ^. ., _ WOODWARD V. PTJITOIIAltD. - This was an action upon a prsmissory noto for £28 -2£ lOd. ' Mr: Barker ' appeared for i plaintiff, Defondant admitted tho debt, and I verdict, was-gjvon accordingly. ? : , SAMES V;1 K'nONAI/T). This was a claim of. £3 2s. 6d. Dofondnufc not. appearing, verdict was given against him; _.GAMMELT/ T.; HOLT. ? ?' " > ' .?? This was an action for £11, bcingapro misaorv note. The defendant didnot appear.¡ Mr. Michael who appeared forj)laWH£ snidl tho defondant admitted tho debf^bqthad left, the district? to avoid payment of flie^Mime, lie t...
FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
FEEE SELECTION THE attendance at the Land Office on Tues- day last, was slack, and less land talcon up thaUipreviously? AVe append a* list of the purchasers, area, and,where situated : - , John Riley, Ulmarra, 6í>;aoro3¿ countyof Clarence, Parish of Tolumbi, situated on tho north bank of Palmer's: Islnnd, fronting.the main chauuol of Ilia Clarence River, lot 47. .? . * i .. ? , Hugh M'Phorson, .Ulmarra, 80? ncroä, opposito tho lower end of "an island ono and a half milo from Lawronco. William Johnson, Grafton, 00 acros, county of Clnronco, parish of Lawronco: * : ... . Thomas Jlavdon, Grafton, 40 nore.», "oonnty of. Olaronnc, on Woodford Island, parish of Lawronco. - Murdock Graham, Lawrence, SiO acres, county of : Clarence,-parish of Lawrence, about 320 acres, on tho loft hand sido of ? tho road from. Lawrence to tho lVavelloi's'Rest, bo'mij portions G und 7. Andrew Somerville, Grafton, 140 aoros, on nn island, namo not known, north arin of tho Cluronco River. . , ? . : -i , Wil...
QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, JANUARY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
QUARTER SESSIONS. &nbsp; MONDAY, JANUARY 27TH. &nbsp; &nbsp; BEFORE His Honor Judge Francis. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The court was opened yesterday at 10 a.m., &nbsp; with only one case on the list. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Simpson attended as Crown Prose- &nbsp; cutor. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FORGERY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Rose Sarah Dennis was placed in the dock charged with forgery. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Crown Prosecutor briefly stated the case. The indictment charged the prisoner with altering a cheque from £l to £40 ; and the second count charged her with attempt- ing to utter the same, knowing it to be a forgery. The first witness called was &nbsp; &nbsp; James...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 January 1862
Tenders for Public Works, HpENDERS will be received up to 31st A JANUARY, 1862, for REPAIRS on thc following ROADS : 1 Grafton to Armidale ', ' ' 2. Grafton to Tenterfield (New Line)' 3 Grafton to Casino (Richmond Lino) 4 Lawrence Town to'Tenterfield Road (Old 5 Armidale to GlenAn/cs G Glen Innes to TAM-fiold .7 Armidale to Pcflr/lacquario 8 Armidale to vc/ipsoy (¡VI'Leny Kew Linc) ' . . ;- ' . Tenders arc- also required for : keeping each linc of road in good order. Tenders 'to lie at so much : per mile, from January .1st to December 31st. Scaled tenders to be nddrcsscd;to thc undersigned, aud must bo lodged in thc Tender Box, at thc Court- house, Grafton; for ; Roads, Nos. ; 1 to, A from Nos. 5 to 8 at thc Court-house, Armi 'dale. Farther information may be ob- tained, by applying to i . J. KEELE, Superintendent of Northern Roads. ? ^ ' 77 ANTED, a MAN/ who understands tile management and .BREAKING IN OF HORSKfe/ Apply to FRANCIS RIELLY, G ci/// Dealer, Princc-streely North Grafto...
NEW SOUTH WALES TWENTY-TWO.— SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
'NEW' f OTJTE; WALES' TWÈNTY-T\VO. -' . SECOND INKINQS.;.' ??-^V- ^'.f i ? Clark, u. Uriüüh. .... ... s O Brown; e. Iddison, b. Sowoll ? 1 "... . 4 O.LowiB. b. Griffith, , , 'I Oleove; b: Sewell^-' ' .. -? '?': 0 T. Lowis,' c. Mudlo, b. Griffith ... >1 Curtis, o. Iddison, b..Sowoll . .... ,;, ? -8 Thompson; run out , _ .,, , , . ... . 2 Kettle, 1. b \v.,b. Sewell ... ... 1 . Newcombe, b. Griffith ? ? ' . .-. iit.. : . ..... . 0 Gilbert, o." Mudie, b. Griffith ;;, ; y ,"?&lt; 1 Ward, b. Sewell : i;. ; ' ? ' ... . 2 Grogory,b¿ Griffith :?;?.: A Coulter, run out ' , :. 2 ' .Qr Moore; o. Mudio,, b. Griffith ( .... 0 Curran, c. and b.-Iddison , ' . " IS J. Mooro, o. Laurence, b. Griffith . ? .. >. ; ¡2 Dean, o. Iddison, 'b. "Griffith v...' ..».,,..'. 1 Taylor, st;. Stephenson, b. Iddison : ', ,,. . !2 ; Myrtle, c Mudie, b. Iddison.- . , 0 Kenloek, b. Griffith " .. - 5 ' Eoadótt. o. Müdio. b. Griffith .... : 2 . Fowler, not out- , : . . : . . C .j ;. 'Byo 1,leg byes 3, widoB...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
1 " - ? EXPORTS. ?. ?>'?:.?:. :.' ;. Fobrnnrv 5.-Grafton [s,] for Sydney .157 bales s wool, 197 bogs wheat, 100 bags maize, 2,.bags onions, 106 hidee, 1 cask tallow, S boxes eggs, 8 coops poultry,' ' Bnd:20 packages sundries. . ' .
THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
'. ~ THIRD DAY. > ' I 'To-day the chances of tho 'colonial playón wons exceedingly'good. To have disposed o: their formidablo rivals on a scoro pf sixty-sij musthave given them. great,- heart and' cpr .tainly, thov.deserved this piece, of .snccess foi the admirable, fielding^ which thpy ? displayed throughout tile innings'. ' '. -, V- -, . ~ ' V ? . At. half-past oleveu o'clock the' All-England players again toole their place-in'tbo field; and . Curran with . Newcome > ,'appsared ; mt vth'e wickets-' J "1,1 - -:The Twenty-Two completed: .their innings for 127 runs. 1 ' ? V At half-poat one,the second innings of-the .Eleven;-was initiated by . Br. H.; Stephenson and Wells appearinV at ,tho stumps to the" ( howling of GllberïÔom ne northern; and of KG-.-Moora from-.tho TO\tho\i end, ? ' . Tho innings closed -for a! total of 66. ' At half-past five o'clolk tho Eleven again appeared in the field, Clowe and Brown at tho wickets to open the. second innings of New South Wales Twontyr...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
SECOND DAT. Punctuality again marked tho, commonco :méntíof the'play.f-rTho.stumps woro^pitched shortly :bofore hoon,, añd within a minute or two-afW.twelvo.tho opposing( sides' ronewed tho contest. .""It will ,ho seen 'from.'tho score that the play underwont great variation. 'TTho comparatively long, figures posted up- by the English side, on Wodnosday evening; were not 'followed, up' os many- porsons anticipated. Oaffyn,a "very.dion' of' tho bat" lost his place for four additional runs, retiring on a .total of 88.'"'Bennett,-who in England, once lately kept-his.wicket.for/an.ontire day, wns also. unfortunate,' making but à very small score ere he was discharged to .the repose of tho tent. Our own players so far, have done S'retty.-well. Thompsdh made a very 'g^ood isplay of battings and Gilbort maigre alittle too. much harlequinade,- acquitted himself very creditably.-.'Kettle, who stands at present top of the score on tho Now Soutlv- "Wales side^iwas, extremely successful. One fe...
DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
D'lCPAttTJÚRKS AND ARRIVALS OF THE . :-°*-x \ \ , DEPAJITUUBS PflOM Grn IHAÏTON. To Casino, &c" Tuesday, at 7 a.m, i\, ,"? . 'To Queensland, via Casino, Tuesday,nV7 a.m, - ? -, To. Armidnlo, Monday and Saturday, at 6 a.m. ... , To Tabulam, ^londuy and Friday.'at 8 a.m. ..; . ? ? To Sydney, by staamor, Wednesday morning, ' ^ i AlllUYAW AT GliAWON. ..??.. Fvom>Casino, &a., SaturoW 'MÔto few. , , ? :, Fi'om'Queoniland, via Oaslta^ifl|pTO a* .6 p.m. ...".??From Armidale, Sunday ànâ^Vîmy^wnB'p.mi ; ' '' . 'From Tabulam, Tuesday and SaltaranVB.pm.- '. - From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday, afternoon.
NEW ZEALAND. MEETING AT UPPER WALKATO: A RENEWAL OF HOSTILITIES EXTREMELY PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
. MEETING AT UPPER^'wAIKATO : A RE- NEWAL OF HOSTILITIES rBXTREMELY. PBOBABLE. ! ^'"VX c\ WE havo a week's lalor papersxfrorj5^£uck-. laud-the news being important, anVVdi cating, we are sorry, to say, anything- Twit a desire on tho part of-the natives for a con- tinuance of! peaco, . : Tho Southern dross of the 17th .ultimo; says : ' ^v ' Waikato is not': in that state of peaceful tranquillity whick sonic people picture to them ? selves. ^Rumours haVp.. been rife,. and ,the . real truth i has .beenNdiifiMilt! to arrive at Those, howevoi^whVaWbehind the scenes . are, we believe,!as|in[^e\p 'ptediet with con- fidence how the.road-makinV e\erimentvwill terminate as tho mo3t gos^pioß^nidmlne in Auckland. ' / '??V'" ? ' 'Pacts,-however, ¿re. stubborn things, and 'our advices from Waikato are not of a tenor which should lead" us to conclude that the .'natives have made up their minds .that it is advisable to allow-. tho Queen's soldiers to | make a road on-Queen's land- without opposi-1 ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
SHIPPING lafEUiÓ'SHSP/ February G.-Persevcrance.^Bcliooner,; 70 tons, Captain J. iSiriilh, JVom Koèkhampïon 30th instant, in. ballast. Pussengore-Meüsrs. Lumatnine and Morfey. G. Kirchner, agent. February 7.-Urara (H;), 400 tons, Cap- tain Wiseman, from Sydney 4tTi. and .Now castle tho' 5th instant." Passengers :-Mr.: iand MrÁ W. Small and . serváut, Mi*. - Clark | Irving, M.L.A., Messrs. Rawson, Devonald, i White,1 Walker, Shannon, . and 12 ? in tho ; ... steerage., >_ . . .. ? - ,
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
' , DEPARTURE. 1 .' february 6.-U-raiton (s.), 240 tons, Cap tain H. Creer, Tor Sydney. Passengers Mesara, -Neale,: Shannon, Laycock, Kirchner, Bundock,(2), Captain Brackenridge, and 7' in the steerage." .
HOSPITAL MEETING. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
' HOSPITAL MÈETTNG. TiiunsD-vy. ; . THE committee met to-night. JU r. Jones po iii in * £10 Ut. Od, of which sum £5 12s. Cd.; was' tho " amount of a benefit given by Mr. H. Ijoudin, -in 0¡d . of tile Hospital Fund-Messrs, Atttvdtor, French, Wray and Gilmore, appeared oji .behalf of tho Mechanics' ball committee, and handed over- to the treasurer £25, ni tho proeoeds of tba ball.-Mr. T. Tl. Davies paid' in 'tho following subscriptions-Mr. J, Jordan, 2'. 2s.; Mrs. Jordan, 1/. ls. ; Messrs. J, and H. Tracey, 1/. ¡ Mr. M'Loay, 10s. ; Mr, Young, &\ ¡ Mr. T. Jordan, Deep Crook, 1/. ¡ Mr. Ellis, Table' land, Xl. j Mr. Patterson, Tabloland, £1 ls. j Mr. R, Davidson, Pretty Gully, ll. ; Mr. Foye, Tabulam, 1/. ' Tho bills for printy &o., for concort from tho In- dependent and Examiner OIIlcos, were handed - in re» ooiptcd.-Mr, Lardner reported that ho had written to tho Company fpr tho use pf tho. boat.-Mossrj. Davies, Attwater, and Gilmore wêro added to tho committee --A vote...
ORIGINAL POETRY. A VALENTINE. [?] GROFTON FAI[?]EST MAIDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862
&lt;ue I C I IV A i. i»o ET ny.. --? / l*0^1¿Í« oaY&lt;lÍAitasT JU uaw. MAIDE/Í rqoieím in tlnsuuiV hour, : . Whon lifo'a fresh Cud burls intSVrosy flower, And tho young fancy'a evefflterying play . . Still paints to-morrow brighwr than to-day. Vû theo, the future's openingflathways soom Í :. Glad with tho promise of thy fanoy'a dream, .: ... . And ji'easure.eomes, with all her smiling bond ; ? To lc&d theo forth into her fairy-land, . Where,'from the gayest clusters blooming there, . Sho binds a garland for thy (lowing huir. .... Light hearted maiden ! while upoil-thy brow . .... j, That dazzling wreath is breathing odour» now, * . Can'at thou bolicvc, that faded eoon nnd torn, - i ? Tho flowcra will fall and leave theo but tho thorn j . That thou must look with aching heart and oyo, . v. On tho fair blosBoma as they droop and die? -.'?Yet BO it ia! but olí! when thu» bereft, , '?' . . Gasher tho floworeta, near thy footsteps loft, . . ? Thbngh not so bright...