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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of C. and R. Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of C. and R. Examiner. I Sin,-About a "month since the inhabi- tants of Grafton were terribly excited in consequence of the decision arrived at by thc jury in a certain ense tried nt the Court of Quarter Sessions. After se- veral suggestions from aldermen, ma- gistrates, and others, it wis decided that a shilling subscription should bo opened for the purpose of presenting the prosecutor in that case with an amount of money equnl to the value of the property of which they believed him to have been victimised. Lists were held by several persons in ' town, and I believe that they have been numerously subscribed to. It now, however, appears that the excitement has died out, as we hear no more of the shillings, or anything connected with them. I, for my part, certainly under- stood that thc names of the subscribers would he published. How is it this has not been done? Are our chief men afraid of certain gassy individuals who are connected with thc o...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPAUTUHEB tuon GUAFTOX. To Casino, &e., Sunduy, «nd Wednesday, nt C A.M. To Queensland, vin Casino, Sunduy, nt G A.M. To Armidale, Wednesday, nt 8 A.M. To Tabulam, Wednesday, ut 9 A.M. To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning' AnnrvAi.s AT GitAiroy. From Casino, &c, Tuesday and Saturday, nt 0 P.M. From Queensland, ria Casino, Saturday, nt 6 P.M. From Armidale, Monday, nt G r.M. From Tabulam, Tuesday, nt 3 P.M. From Sydney, by steamer, Suturday afternoon.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

UNITED STATES. T/E National Teachers' Association i/cntly in session in Washington, »fcetod I. W. Bulkley, of Brooklyn, .ï. Y., for tlte ensuing year, and decided to publish a monthly periodical in furtherance of thc cause of edu- cation. The delegates had a pleasant time in visiting President Buchanan. Professor Dimitry, recently appointed Minister to Central America, was to sail for Punta Arenas, via Aspinwall and Panania, on the 5th of September. His instructions are already prepared. Ile will first secure the ratification of thc Cass-Yrissari treaty, minus thc clause obligating his Government to suppress filibustering expeditions, if Jerez shall not have already accom- plished that object, and then devote Iiis eíforts to the settlement of our claims by arbitration, the opening of thc transit in accordance with existing contracts, and the negotiation of a liberal commercial treaty. It is stated to be the policy of thc Administration to establish permanent commercial relations wit...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

AN UNWELCOME VISITOU.-Tin; in- mutes of our worthy Postmaster's pre- mises were somewhat excited, on Sun- day weel: Inst, by a visit from a whip snake, which had coiled itself under the corner of thc verandah, head down- wards, and was pleasantly employed looking out for trifles, watching, no doubt, for thc advent of that " Brother Mick/' who had so ruthlessly suggested thc propriety of dislodging thc " shnakes " from thc neighbourhood of thc " Ubow." Shortly after being dis- covered, however, thc intruder caught a cold in his head, from the effects, it ÍB supposed, of a charge of shot judiciously prepared and sent home by Mr. Fisher himself. Thc snake was nearly five feet long. A RUNAWAY.-On Friday last Mr. Cumming'B horse, attached to the cart from which he wns delivering out bread, bolted when near Mr. Tombs', and made off at a mad pace in the direction of Mrs. Ilann's. There arc several logs in thc way which the horse took in gallant style, but was brought up by running into a d...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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THE EXTENT OF DAMAGE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

Tiru EXTENT OP TKIMAOK DONK; The Times correspondent, writing from Portland Hoads, on the Kith of September, says:-Now that the first, excitement caused by the late dreadful accident on board thu Great Eastern has partially subsided, the extent of tint damage done, and the probable cause ol' the explosion, can be ascertained with a comparative degree of certainty. In the first place it is evident that the da- mage done to the ship is by no means so considerable as was at first antici- pated, nor indeed, is it one tythe as great as might have been expected from the terrific nature of tlie explosion. The light woodwork of the berths and cabins on the lower deck and thc fragile deco- rations of the grand saloon have, of course, been either entirely demolished or very ni nell damaged, but thc real solid structure of the ship has resisted the explosion as completely as if it had been but that of a pistol. The iron main deck beams in the immediate vi- cinity ol' the stint where the explos...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1859. STEAM TO THE RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

Clarence nnîr Uiejjmoirtr TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1859. STEAM TO THE IUCIIMOND. OUR friends on thc Richmond River will bc gratified to learn that the pro mise of our worthy member, CLARK IRVIN«, Esq., is about to be accom- plished, and that their beautiful river is at once to bc brought within thc influ- ence of steam. Thc " l'enclin," Capt. CREER, has been selected as the pioneer boat, and that she may prove successful is the hearty wish of everyone in thc district. We hear that many people are not over sanguine as to tile speculation being profitable. They sny that there is little traffic, and that thc passengers will not be sufficiently numerous to pay thc heavy outlay of a steamer. But the great fact is overlooked, that steamers invariably create trade. A ready means of access to, and a fixed period of reaching market, are generally all that is required to foster and encourage in- dustrious pursuits. Place certain com- munication within renell of a popula- tion, and an intercourse...

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OUR DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

OUR DIGGINGS. Wi: have good accounts from all thc diggings. All thc diggers appear con- tented and doing well. They are keep- ing hack large quantities of gold, tinder the helief that the tax will be done away with. The Chinese have almost taken pos- session of M'Lt'od's Creek, having ex- pended from .CiiOO to ±700 in purcha- sing old claims, most ol' which have fallen in to theil' hands, so that they will soon have the creek to themselves. They muster about COO, ¡mil are last from Uralla, via Armidale, having brought most ol' their stoics willi them. There are several Chinese keeping shops, and the whole place hus a very " Celestial " look. Thc Chinese assert that the Old Rocky is " done up," and such must be the case when such stickers as the Chinese leave it in such numbers. A sad accident occurred at the settle- ment on the Table Lund, yesterday week lust. A blacksmith named Ryan received .tl on the Saturday previous, mid willi hts wife took to drinking. They were stupid drunk o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

Tho Grafton (A.), left Sydney nt 0-15 p.m. on Wednesday ; Newcastle at 11/30 a.m. ou Tlnus dnj; and "crossed the bar on Saturday nt 8'30 a.m. Tho Grafton had very bad weather on tho passage-strong bend winds und heavy sea pre- vailing. _

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

MORAI, or Tin- GAIIDEN.-Nothing teaches patience like a garden. You may go round and water thc opening hud from day to day ; but it takes its own time, and you cannot urge it on laster than it will. If forced, it is only torn to pieces. All thc best results of a gar- den like those of life, are slowly, lint regularly progressive. Mach year thies a work that nothing hut a year cnn do. " Learn to labour anti wait," is one of the best lessons of a garden. A terrible calamity occurred nt on early hour the other morning in tin; AVnterloo-road'. A lin; broke out in the premises ol' a wardrobe denier named Burton. AV i th incredible rap- idity it seized upon the staircase liv which the inmates, on being aroused, might have escaped. Thc whole family ran to the roof. This, however, was divided on either side by a wall of some height from the rind's niI'the neighbour- ing houses, Mr. Burton and his two elder sons contrived with difficulty to get over the wall ; but the case of Mrs. Burton, he...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

Thu Telegraph has been successfully laid from Suez to Aden, and is now in constant operation ¡it the rate of from eight to ten words tv minute. The first message was broght two days ago by the steamer from Alexandrin. You tire aware that the Company, which bad originally designed to go from Suez to Cosseir, and from Cosscir across thc sea" to Jeddah, determined after the out- break of fanaticism at that port last year,.to keep on the opposite side, and proceed to Suakin, and then dowi' to I'criin. The wisdom of this course has now become apparent. Intelligence has just been received from Cosscir that a band of fanatics from Mecca and Jed- dah, to tile number of thirty or forty, headed by an infuriated Mollah, had just come to Cosscir, and destroyed the posts of the Telegraph station the submerged wire being, however, uninjured. A message has been sent in liaste to Cairo for troops, and it has boen recommended to our Government to keep a small war-steamer or two in the lied Sea to vi...

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To the Editor of C. and R. Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

To the Editor of C. and li. Examiner. Sm,-Having been a provisional sub- scriber of the so-called Experimental Sugar Association, I have read with some degree of surprise a lctter,Jand re- marks thereon, from Dr. Gunst to tho Committee of thc Association. As that letter will, no doubt, bc taken notice of in proper course by the Secretary and Trustees, it will not bc necessary for mc to enter into details in reference to thc Dr.'s statements as to the engage- ment entered into with him, further than to say it is really thc first time I have heard of such engagement. Still more, I was not aware that anything pf thc kind could have been made until thc Committee had a sufficiency of funds at their disposal, so. ns to bc a guarantee that the. experiment would be sup- ported. Leaving thc letter, therefore, I would wish to remind thc Dr. that lie stands upon a very unsound foundation when he states that the Committee have treated him in an ungcntlcmanlike manner. . I will ask him, has the ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

VICTORIA. THE working mun, more especially the masons, of Melbourne, have been thrown into a state of no inconsiderable agitation by the arrival of 200 masons from Hamburgh, to the order of the firm of Cornish and Bruce. They were engaged by an agent of this firm for two years, at Os. per day offen hours. On the vessel, the "C. B. Kindle," coming to an anchor in Hobson's Bay, emissaries of the Masons' Union of Victoria attempted to get on board, but were at first prevented by the police, and the immigrants were kept in du- rance. Tile illegality of this ste]) was pointed out, and thc police were with- drawn and the Germans were landed and carried off in triumph to the Trades' Hall. The leaders of the Union are now striving lo effect a com- promise. They do not seek to inter- ferí: willi tlie rate of wages, but they will not let the new arrivals fix their signatures to the agreements under which they embarked, unless the words " per day of eight limn s " be substi- tuted for "per day...

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ARMIDALE. [From the Express, November 19.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

ARMIDALE. [From thc Express, November 10.] THU WI; AT I I I: it AN» THU CHOPS, On Tuesday last Armidale was sub- jected to a thunder, hail, and rain storm ol' such unusual violence that old inhabitants do not remember anything approaching it, so far as the rain and hail are concerned. About a quarter to 1 p.m. (thc previous night and morning having been exceedingly sultry), an apparently slight thun- derstorm from the "Westward began to break, and hail to fall. The hail- stones rapidly increased in size and number, and a mixed torrent of rain und hail soon poured down, continuing until after 2 o' clock. In .1 few minutes there was a river in each street, and the water rushed through houses, setting every thing that could iloat a-wash, drowning fowls, and sweeping fruit knocked oil' thc trees by the hail, young potatoes, and masses of hail- stones in thc direction of the creek. Fences were washed down, some ncr sons jumped into bed to avoid the bitterly-cold water, and others were re...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

DEPARTURE. November23.-Fenelia'(t.), 17Gtonn, Caplnin Creer, for Sydney.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE proceedings of this body at their last meeting were so important, that, rather than omit particulars, wc are compelled to postpone thc publication of the minutes until our next.

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COMMERCIAL. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

r0 O ill M 15 ll V, lAIii ANDERSON-/CAMPBELL, & CO.'S ""PRODUCE CIRCULAR. BUKINKSS hus been brisk (luring the past week. The arrivals of grain have been immense. Close on -10,000 bushels of Maize arrived between Saturday and ¡Monday. Considering the large (man tity the price has been well sustained. Tile whola of it has been disposed of at about 2s. Gd, Hay continues to arrive in large parcels, and it is difficult to dispose ol' it nt any print wliatcver. Bran is in good demand. Flour, if first-rate, will sell. New l'otatoes are selling well at .titi to .tl'. Onions, .C8 tn .tl2. Wattle Hark, almost unsale- able. Hacen-7il. tu 8d. ncr lb. Hurley, Knfdiidi-a», ¡ld. to ¡b. Od. per bimbel Uran-1B, ¡id. to 1.«. Dd. per biulicl Huller-Od. to IK. per lb. Calve*-2fi9. to 'IO*. Flour, Aunt Colonial-£22 per ton, nominal Ditto, (Ino Adelaide-£22 Ditto, fine country-£20 to £22 Ditto, liaxall-15*. per barrel Hav, Luceme-,C2 Km, lo £0 per ton Dido, Oaten-£3 to .C t Hillen, heavy-!).«. to...

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THE GREAT EASTERN. DEPARTURE AND FRIGHTFUL EXPLOSION ON BOARD. (From the Home News, September 19.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

THE GREAT EASTERN. DEPAUTUIIE AND FlUUHTl'UI, Exi'i.o siON ON BOAH». (From ihs Home News, Se/t/emljer 19.) Tins grout ship at length, tm the 7th September, moved from her station at Deptford, and left the Thames for Port- land. Early in thc morning all hands were astir, making preparations. A number ot' additional passengers and a crowd of assistant pilots also came on board, llalf-a-dozen tugs were brought up and fastened to tile huge vessel, four being lashed alongside and the re- maining two attached by long hawsers to her bows. The winde ol' the ar- rangements were completed soon alter 7 o'clock. Tee time of high water was ten minutes before 10 ; but it was thought that in the event of the ship's touching ground the rising tide would be of material assistance. At half'-pitst 7 Mr. Atkinson gave the word, "Let slip the moorings." These moorings consisted of three huge chains passing through hawse holes at the heall, atula similar number passing through hawse holes at the stern of...

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GREAT AND DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT NEWCASTLE. (From the Herald's Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

GREAT AND DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT NEWCASTLE. (From the Herald's ¡Correspondent.J NOVEMBER 14TH.-A destructive fire -the greatest which ever occurred in Newcastle, and so serious in extent as to amount to a public calamity-occur- red here yesterday (Sunday) morning. ' Thc scat of tlie conflagration, for such it was, extends from Spragg's store, in Hunter-street (saved only by the most extraordinary exertions) to the corner of AVatt-street and thence up the west side of Watt-street, to the Victoria Inn. Tlie. premises destroyed are those occu- pied, by Mr. Shoeinacker, Mr. Hawley, Mr. Stafford, the theatre, Mr. Croft's Commercial Hotel, Mr. W. II. Why te's butcher's shop, office, and back houses, and the Victoria Hotel, all of which are complete ruins, the remains of them being now only a few tottering walls. The value of thc property destroyed is necessarily large, being estimated roughly at ten or twelve thousand pounds j but there is room for congra- tulation in the fact that no lives ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 29 November 1859

French Glove Depot, IO, Hunter Street, Si/tlney. Sole SucceesNor lo .lulos fillet, I M 1' O U T E lt , Of Paris Kid Gloves, Kiding and Driv- ing Gloves, Gauntlets, Gentlemen's Mercery, Hosiery, Umbrellas, Walk- ing Canes, Perfumery, Brushware, Workboxes, Drawing Cases, French Hoots and Shoes, Fancyware, ¡kc. Sec. JUST RECEIVED,-A shipment of French white Canvas BOOTS and SHOES, a luxury in hot weather. Country orders (with remittance) carefully and promptly executed. 8G2 IH.VTCiaiS.S & WAX TESTAS. ON S ALE, by thc UNDERSIGNED Japan Tin Vestas, Plaid Vestas, Tin and Brass Vestas, all sizes; I. N. E. Mutches, Saloon Matches, Paper and Colonial Matches, all sizes. Also, a large variety'of other descriptions. Ile begs to oller thc same in any quantity to suit purchasers, at the lowest rate in Sydney. A. BLITZ, Office of the "Wholesale Matches and Vestas Depot, No. 9, Market Buildings, George Street, Sydney. 313 MAGNETIC BRUSHES & COMBS. M. M 'MA 11 ON, 410, Gcorgc-strect...

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