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EXTRA DAY. Friday, August 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

I -.- I i .. EXTIIA DAT. ; i Pridnv, Auguit 26th. j j PRIVATE MATCH for £40 aside ; ono mile & a half ; one event ¡ weight for agc. Mr. Bridges' ch. h. Counterfeit (Pratt) 1 Mr. Murphy's h. g. Van Trpmp (Owner)...... 2 Won easily by three lengthi, tho winner hold- ing in, Van Tromp never came up to him. Time 2 min. S9 min. Tlie results af thc races arc altogether gatiefac tory. From the abovo report it will bo seen that the most prizes wore taken by horses belonging to the districts of Clarence and Richmond. Our .friends from Moreton Bay have been unfortunate. Out of Four horses entered by them, contesting in eight races, including two private matches, only one horse took prize, namely Crinoline, who never won an advertized prize before, and in car- rying homo the Consolation Stakes and Forced Handicap saved tho reputation of her country. Wc trust, although it is not very encouraging, that we shall seo'our friends at next year's meet and till then thev must console themselve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

Advance Grafton. THE Eríends of Progress, who desire to see .good men returned, and who consider A. ' LAUDNEU, Esq., J.P., and Mr. J. T. JONES qualified for the Oouncillorship of the Second Ward, are invited to attend A MEETING, nt t!ie Grafton Assembly Kooma, TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY I Evening, at 8 o'clock, to take steps for securing ! their return to the Council. Do not fail to attend, but support tho men who will best watch vour interests. 166 * VOX POPULI. Clarence Investment AND . BUILDING SOCIETY. [OTIC.K is hereby given, that a MEETING of the Shareholders of the ahovo Society, and of those desirous of becoming Share- holders, will bo held on Saturday livening next, September 3, nt 8 o'clock, at tho ; Assembly Rooms, to consider and pass the Rule» as revised by tho Provisional Committe.', and for such other business as mav arise. W. L. TINDALL, Socrctarv wo tem N.B.-Intending Shareholders are informed that A. LABDXER, Esq., J.P., has been appointed Treasurer ad int<ri&...

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COMMERCIAL. Grafton. STOCK CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

COMMERCIAL. Grafton. STOCK. CIRCULAR. I have to report tho salo of several head of horse stock during'tho race week, some of which, considering their quality, brought fair rates. Several others wero offered, but of a description too good for this market, nt least the reserves were too high. Result of Sales-Grey mare, out of '? Creep- ing Jenny," by " Slyboots," £41: 5 thorough- bred brood mares were bought in nt £30 and £25 each j the thoroughbred stallion " Camel " bought in at £80-these were Mr. Brown's lot. : and the rough draft realised as follows month old colt £6, 2 year colt £10 15s., <i y maro £10 6s., aged mare £12 10s., ditto S <it year mare £8, 5 year old gelding £21 10s., unbroken. Horse, saddle, and bridle £26 year old mare, broken, £15 10a. ; horse, bro! to saddle, £26. Mr. Gregory's racing stud w all'bought in-"Tartar" and "Arab Chief £40 each, "Peter Finn" £100. .Two otl offered were bought in at £25 and £35 each. There is a slight demand for re...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

COLOSSAL INTELLIQENC1. j A ^hjjcking. case of suicide occurred in MarkeTstreet on Thursday last. A young man named Charles I ohreit (a German), formerly ' in the e.nploy of Mr. Vickery, blew hi* brains out in a Hansom Cab, which lie- had hired ostensibly for the pur- pose of taking him to his lodgings. The lash act is attributed to temporary insanity - the r»sult of intemperance. A committee has beeri'Yormed to super- intend & carry out a public dinner or ban- quet in honour of the return for Sydney of James Martin and J. H. Plunkett. A report has obtained currency to the effect that a white woman and. two children are in thraldom with the blacks at Frazer Island, near the mouth of Wide Bay. The news was brought by ihe Coquette schooner on Thursday ; it is thought the Government will cause a search to be made, w it h a view to.the woman's recovery should the tale prove true. ' J A lemarkable realization of the truth of the old legal saw that " a mau who pleads his own case h...

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Sydney. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

?i Sydney, ANDERSON. OAMPHF.LL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. . Business has been pretty brisk during the past week, although prices are' rather lower for several articles. 'I he., demand for MAIZE is limited, prices have slightly receded, 3s. 3d. is the highest now, and some of the Maize now arriving is so soft that it will hardly sell atall. HAY is very dull of sale; unless prime it is quite impossible to dispose of it. POTATOES are oDchasged. BOTTPR is in pretty-good demand. a^cí-n, 7 I, to 9J. per lb. Hunty. Eijglith- 2». dd. tc 3» p«r tua'tl. Bran-li«. 3i. to 1B. 4a. ptr ouoLcl. Butter- 2s. to 2s. 31. yti lt». . CUIYIS 20i tn 40a. F «.ur, diitfti O.tlunial Í2S to £27 per ton. 1 »it o. tine Adelaide- &J7 » £'¿8 pti.tcu. Tinto, tine Country-,- "¿1*4 ><J £20. ^ Ditui. H»xall- ßiK i» 54¡-- per burrtl. liny, LUCK nt--£3 10s. <o ¿4 per ion. Dutu, O »im- (Hunt, r River) £G to £6 pbr ton. Tallowr. Mutton- £05 to £60 per ton. Ditto. Beel-£44 to £50 per ion...

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CLARENCE AND RICHMOND Examiner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1859. MUNICIPALITY OF GRAFTON. NOMINATION OF COUNCILORS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

CLARENCß AND RICHMOND j JE/ OD ü tn in & V..*\ TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1859. , | MUNICIPALITY OF GRAFTON. J <-?>- v4- ' ! NOMI NATION OF CorNonxditB. ! On Thursday Ijaiit, August f2(ytho electors of the three Municipal Wards mtb wlí i eli Grafton has been subdivided, were called, together by Alfred Lardner, Esq., tho Returning Oflicer, at tho Court House, for the purpose of nominating i nine gentlemen (three for each ward) as tho Councillors in the first Corporation. There were about fifty electors present, and tho Returning. Oflicer having stated tho object of tho meeting, thc following were proposed for,jib« i FIRST WARD. Proposed by Mr. R. Payne, seconded by Mr. E. Robinson-Mr. S. Avery. .Proposed by Mr. J. T. Jones, seconded hy Mr. A. M'Kellar-Mr. W. Collie, sen. Proposed by .Mr. Archer, seconded by Mr. Collie-Mr. W. Lambert. proposed by Mr. W. Spring, seconded by Mr. W. Baker-Mr. R. Payne. ' On the names being put the first three wero declared returned, but a ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I i Tho news from Tooloom, Timbarra, and Tablo r Land Goldfields is in tbe highest, degree satisfae- J, tory. ' Tho ittinero* make nö complaints, and nil . nppear satisfied with|the results of'their labours. ' Wo call attention to a letter from a cOrrcspon clent at Tooloom, published in ?his. day's paper. Tho escort arrived yesterday, bringing in 892 , ounces lé dwts. of gold dust. ri: < A meeting of electors is, called for Wednesday u oven big, nt q o'clock, at tho Grafton Assembly li Rooms, 1 ' i .' 1 ki

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

MARRIAGE. ON the 21st of August, by Special License, at the Residence of Mr. William Tappa, Delwood, by the Reverend James Collins, JOHN GARVEY to ISABELLA LYNHAM, both of Grafton. 153

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

RICHMOND RIVER RACES. O COME OFF ON THURSDAY and Friday, the 8th and 9th of Sep- tember, lt55!i; at Casino. STEWARDS : James Glennie, Esq. Henry Garrard, Esq. ., David Barker, Esb^. JUDGE : W. C. Bundock, Esq. STARTER : Henry Barnes, Fsq. CLERK LV TUE COURSE ; Mr. A. Campbell. HONORARY SECRETARY AND TREASURER: Mr. R. H. Jenkins. First Race.-The MAID RN PLATE of Forty sovs., for all horses that have never won an advertised prize, Hacks and Hurry Scurries excepted; mile and a half; one event; weight for age. The second horse to Receive 20 per cent from the prize. .Second li ace.-The TOWN PLATE of Fifty sovs., with sweepstake of Five j pounds each, for all horses carrying Homebush Welter Weights. Three times round the course ; second horse to receive the sweepstake. Third Race.-'I he TRIAL STAJCKS of Twenty Five sovs., for all two year old Colts and Fillies ; the second horse to receive Five sovs., out of the prize ; weight for age?; once round the course. Fourth Race.-The II A CK RACE...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 20, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

BfMOiD fHVEB. j [FEOIT OTJB CORRESPONDENT.] August -20, 1859. Since my last the falls at Casino have become passable, bringing our correspon- dence from Sydney and Grafton - to the 1 Otb instant from the former, but this is the first for one month, consequently every part of our .correspondence is deranged. The weather".for a fortnight has been tine - grass growing, the country looking well, and the stock ' rapidly improving. . There were a few nights of hard frost last week. On Thursday. all the verséis in harbour at Ballina-nine one day, four another, and two another-got safe out to sea, and may be in Sydney by this time. The bar is as smooth asa millpond. About the same time 'ive schooners arrived -the i-'torm King, Goldseeker, Maria, Louisa, for Lismore, and the Jane. The weather at sea and on shore fine and . clear, wind South and N orth-wes-terly ; no rain since last communication. A great quantity of very fine cedar has been floated out at Lismore since last -flood, and is ra...

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GRAFTON ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

í GRAFTON ANNUAL RACES. ! Fiusx PAY. AT 11 o'clock on Tuesday la.st a concourse of .about 500 people assembled on the race course to witness the contests for thc first day's prizes. The weather was na beautiful a.i could be desired, the course in first-rate condition, the booths de- corated with flags and crowded with customers ; and a good assemblage of the lair sex enlivened thc scene. At."12 o'clock the races commenced with First Race-Thc MAIDEN 'PLATE ol' Sixty Sovereigns ; mile and a half ; one event ; weight for ago ; for all horses that have never won an advertised prize. Mr. Gregory's b. g. Peter Finn, 5 yrs, (Haines) 1 j Mr. Murphy's bl. m. Crinoline, 5 yrs, (Owner) 2 Mr. IL Elliott's b. g. Caitiff, aged. 3 Mr. Walker's b. g. Sir Roger, aged. 0 Mr. Shannon S. br. g. Eagle, 3 yrs . 0 Mr. G-. Olive's b. m. Clara, 5 yrs. 0 Mr. Bridges' b. g. Cripple, 4yrs.,. 0 Betting 2 to 1 ag«I Crinoline, il to 1 agBt Peter Finn. Protest entered against Sir Roger for hav- ing won tin adverti...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

SECON'I) DAY. As bright a sky shone over head ai on the day boforo, but tho concourse of peoplo was not quito as large. Tho racing throughout tho doy was the best ever witnessed in this district. First Race.- Tho HURDLE RACE of Forty, Sovereigns, for all horses ; twice round thc course; one event; over eight leaps tbreo feet nine inches high ; .-carrying welter weight for age. ., Mr. Bridge's b. g. Vengeance, aged (Wilson) 1 Mr. Murphy's h. g. Bucking Bob, aged ^ (M'Leàiî) .'.2 Mr. Murphy's g. g. Planet, aged.f. dr Bob led over the first hurdle, Vengennco mat 1 ing a terrifie jump nt il and going to tho front lcd over tho follow ing four; the feTcnth leap Trnsj neck ond neck, -when Vengeance again took the lead and won by three lengths. The bets were in'favour of the'Moreton Bay horse, Bucking Bob, 5 to 3 being given. Second Race.-Tho TOWN PLATE of Eighty Sovereigns, for all horses ; three miles ; one event ; weight for age ; 15 per cent for the second horse. Mr. Mackellar!s br. g. ...

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THE TOOLOOM DIGGINGS. To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examimr; Tubra Diggings, Tooloom Creek, August 13, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

THE TOOLOOM DIGGINGS. Tc tht Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examimr; Tubra Diggings,-Tooloom Creek, August 13, 1859. Sin,--.An an addenda to my last commu- nication, I beg to inform you that I have, just weighed three nugget» of gold -the respective weights of which are 5 ounces v 18 dwts. 12 grs., 12 ounces 3 dwts., and 15 ounces 6 dwts. 12 grs. .The above upeaks for itself; and not- withstanding the efforts of those whose;1 interest it is to retard the progress of these goldfields, the Tubra Diggings will re- fluiré no further comment from Your obedient servant, H. M. I have opened this letter to inform you that another nugget has been found here, only weighing 4Q. ounces-very un- satisfactory ! Dr Geoiîhegari, of Victoria, is to be the new R. C. Bishop of Adelaide. His consecration is appointed to take place at -Melbourne on IhelHh proximo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 August 1859

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.     The Proprietor of the CLARENCE AND RICHMOND EXAMINER begs to announce to the     Residents of Grafton, the Clarence, and Richmond Districts, that he is now prepared   ; to exeí'ii-». a'1 def><'rif.tions . f % BOOK JOH AND GENERAL I TING,! «>?? the *hcr;ci>t noiee, atc) nc ¡rees as low as ! öi.y !>.*><? r FK'i.blishir.f'iit jK the? rolony. mil li CLARENCE AND RICH S MOND EXAMIN KU ¡* publii-hed every TUESDAY morning at ür-.ftón, HT>d is tm> ] -warded to nil parts of Australia, New Zealand, Oreat Britain, India, Cape of Good Hope, and she Bmi.-h Dominions. As a medium ior ad -..ertiseia it. will bu lound equul to any news raper in ihe colonie!» ; and as ic etj'>ys an » (amenée circulation among the diggerc, store keeptri mid merchants will he enabled mott jidvantageI'UMI.V to circulate their lists of gootfs for saie iii tho midac of those who are the...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. JUNE, 1859. (From the Home News, June 18th.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 September 1859

LONDON WOOL REPORT. JUNE, 1859. {From the Home tfews, June 18t/u) Our public sales which commenced on the 5th of May closed on the 3rd of June, and the number of bales catalogued con- sisted of 8187 bales Australian, 27,958 bales Pott Phillip, 4601 bales Van Die men's land, 13,785 bales Adelaide, 156G bales Swan »«'iver, 75 bales New Zealand, and 6153 bales Cape; total, 62,330 bales. The intimation conveyed in our last report that at the decline established buyers, both home and foreign, would be more willing to stock, has received con- firmation by the result ; as, considering the quantity offered, prices may be quoted on the average equal to the opening. Middle Port Phillips slightly recovered from the extreme depression to the extent of Id. ;\Sydney wool, on the contrary, although in small supply, declined about ld. to Ucl. Notwithstanding the unfavourable cir- cumstances f which are apparent to all) our sales opened with a very large attendance of 'buyers, both home and foreign,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 September 1859

Grand Clearing Out Sale Ï0R VIVENT Y- ONE DAYS ONLY!\ THE moat attractive-the most valuable-and THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OT? GENERAL DRAPERY GOODSl ever offered for sala In the Clarence River District ! POTTS begs to intimate to bis Friends and the Public generally that it is his intention prior to visiting the metropolis again for the purchase of Summer Goods, to offer the whole bf his extensive stock of Drapery Goods at such GREATLY REDUCED PRICES that cannot fail to satisfy the most scrupulous Bargain Hunter. NOTICE ! THE GRAND CLEARING OUT SALE ron TUE NEXT 21 DAYS, AT THE BEE HIVE STORES, .NOTED CHEAP DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, Prince street, North Grafton^ TERMS CASH. 1G3 FREE TRABE HALL, Princo street, North Grafton; S. LCEWENTHAL in returning thanks to ! jo tho Inhabitants of Grafton and its en- virons for tho liberal support he has hither- to received, previously to tho opening of tho above now- begs to inform them that ho has resumed business in tho Freo Trade Hall and trusts th...

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Notice to our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 September 1859

Notice to our Subscribers. A Supplement will be issued on Saturday morn . ing, containing, tho. particulars of thc open- ing of Parliament togcthor with tho G over- nor's addresa, and thc tvply of tho Legisla- tive Assombly &o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 September 1859

ESSES. DAVIES and HORTON beg to call attention to their largo stock of received per Graftom Thc assortment comprises thc best worts of .Grant, Maxwell, Dickens, Marryat, Bulwor, Lady Morgan, &c., all at Sydney prices. OST or STOLEN from Davies' Wharf,-A I Box, painted blue, addressed, Mr. Donald Campbell, care ol'E. Bundook, Esq., Gor- don Brook, to be left at Mr. Collie's. Whoever will give the owner or Mr. Collie the requisite information so as to recover tho same shall re- ceive tho above reward. 187 BOOKS, 18fi £2 Reward.

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CLARENCE AND RICHMOND Examiner. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 September 1859

GL AREN OE AND RICHMOND 'WS aa-a m im er , TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1859. THE Grafton (s.) has brought up some important news for these districts. The remainder of the money which was voted last session for the roads-£840-is to be expended on the new road to the diggings. The sum of ¿61500 for the roadá generally, and further amounts for a Court House, Lockup ,Punt, and Police Magistrate for (he Clarence appear on the Estimates to be discussed this session. Further sums have been placed on the Estimates for a bridge over the Richmond Hiver, fot (he erection of a Court House and Lockup at Lismore, and for the appointment of a Po- lice Magistrate for that district. It will be seen from the foregoing that - our new member, Mr. CLARK IRVING has not forgotten his promises, or the interests of the districts, and such conduct will still further increase his popularity and esteem among the settlers. Though the battle has yet to be fought ive do not fear the result, believing that such a small ...

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BATTLE AT MAGENTA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 September 1859

BATTLE AT MAGENTA. This dreadful battle took place on the 4th of June. The Sardinians were en- gaged in two glorious combats, previously to the passrge of the Ticino, which took place the 2nd of June. The 4th June had been fixed by . the Emperor for the de- finitive occupation of the left bank of the Ticino. The Austrians met him, 125,000 strong, and the battle commenced. We give the following, from the French offi- cial report : - At Magenta the combat was terrible. The enemy defended the village most obstinately. Both sides felt that it was the key of the position. . Our troops took it house by house, causing immense loss to the Austrians. More than 10,000 men were put hors de combat, and General r M'Mahon took about 5000 prisoners, J*HJ including one whole regiment, the 2nd . Chasseurs a pied, commanded by Colonel Hauser. But the General's corps suffered considerably : 1500 men were either kil- led or wounded. In the attack on the village General lispinasse and his officier d^ord...

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