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EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

.. , , ' . ECrGS. .Nattapus Albipennes, pigmy goose-; l'orphyno Md»; anotis, Red- bill-, Pitta Slnapitaiis,, Dragoon's bird ;; -RallusPeotornlin,'Rails Phaps Ohalcoptoro, Bronz-; ?wing pigeon ¡' Parra Galiinaca; Collurocincla . Ru». fo^astra ; PdnpliotiiB Oopitnns, - Coaohwhip bird.;, Haloyon MaoLeayii, Kingfisher; Myzantluv Garrida, i Minor ; ' Pardulotus Melanocophalus, " Blackheado'd i -diamond bird j Malurus Cynneus, »vron ¡yClielidon Aricl.Treo-ninrlin ¡vlídioncmus Gallarías Stónoplover j .Ripidura Rufifrens, Flycatcher. ; , * '

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INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

- "ÏNSECTS. ' ' .' Coleóptero, Lopeuoptcro, MiBCcIianooiia-Four boxes.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

BIRTH.     At Woodlawn, on the 4th instant, Mrs. Becke, of   a daughter.    

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRSULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, [?]BELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL, ' ' ' PRODUCE QlIffiüLAttS. With tho exception^ nnotheVfull in hay, we liovo ?no changos of importance to ropo» for the past weelt. .Wheat ia steady, nnd if anything Armer.1 -New, South Wales is m good domand, at 5s, 6d tp-fis, Od.,: Adelaide at 6s ? : , . ./Cy ¡ j- . 'Flour continues of ready, sale, Ji\i for Bilk : dressod. . ~ ' Imcernè Hay- has- fallen to.J30 10s to £5 15v? .The . demand, howovor, is-fair ' , ? -Brancontinuos at ls; Bil, Mid>:poüard at ls 2d., to-' ls. 6d. - , V Potatoes/have admna&from jC3/tó JCC. ? . vi'. Maize ÎB -in fair d^andlat 6JAiVe liwo sold cou-; siderälilo quantities Sriogífec wsffat that figure. Bacon-nd. 1:oT[d*>or t\ AJWfrimy; .<;?. : ; ? . ',' M ' . Barley, Tüngliáh-^fi.-to ffl^por bthUal-A'-*;i.dM«-v; Ditto 'Capo-ls to 4s GdTL ^ -Bran-ls Gd.to'laBil per^ishol 'V , _v'^r.T ? -^'Butter-9d to la por lb. , A . Hidos,.hcavy-10i. to lCs..cnon ,t ; ; . , 1 Onions-26s to 30a per owl.; now '. ,Bigs (alive)-about ...

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CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. NEWS TO 26th. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

' ? - I ' ? ' ...... I CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. | NEWS TO ÇGth. NOVEMBER. By tho Avon, CaptaiulTowes, via California, ! we (Harald) haye ttowsNfroa^merica to the 20th otV NovemW,bú¡ng liktcen days later . ; thau'pravious advices. \ >S. |:; Nogreat or decisive mOTQinei^Vitheiarihy,'.' {on'either'sido, lind taken placeS\ .> , ; It is i currently reported that theVis a'diyi-; ^¡on^yjt&r^nbtaet'On tho policy/pPmákin^ mn^eiarly*^advance. On>'-'thîptJj^jé.c^^hè)' IWashingtoh correspondent; of thé:'Spríngflibld^ wèpifiiioàn romarks-and theleadihgi papers; J^tthey;liaye " reason to^elieve.";^ :Sthtenients! aro worthy of credit- - ;" ' .VííTIíat/'Genoral M'Clollan, baoked up by '?Soward,': 'ÓlinsB|Vth'9 President, nnd Batos, refusas toladyàhoo: Újioh. tba robóla üxcopt by tho slow process 'of 'fortify- ing all tlio hills'between 'Washington and -Riohmond, :whi!o Blair, jOameron, Welles, and S.mith, with Gone .ralScott tirgo an immédiate ndvanoo upon Manassas nnd Eichiripnil bof...

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NEW SOUTH WALES TWENTY-TWO—FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

NEW SOUTH WÄLES TWENTr-TWO^-ËinST \ , ?. IKNINQS, .. ?'..'/ . '.' Clark, b Sowoll ; ' . ... ... 0 Brown, run-out . ... : «. 7 Curtis, o.IS. Stoplictuion, b. Sewell .... 8 G. Moore, b. Sbwoll, ' ... ,,, ' : ,., >. ,-.?<.<$ KcUle, e. Wells, b. Griffith . ... 09 i Grogory, b.,Bowell. - ?w . .;.^t..ij_i--'.;r- V 0 Thompson, o. Mudie, b. Iddison ' . 7 , Myrtlo, b. Iddijou ..." ' ... .,. ' - 3 Donn, ran out ' ,\, «2 I Silbert, o, Wells, b. Iddison ... .:. " 10 I Curran, b. Soweit ,. .J 4, Nowoomberb Sowoll ,,. . ' ? . ... :. .' H "Wnrd, st. Stcplionson, b. ïddisoli . .. .-..>.;! ... 18 Tnylor, b. Sewell ^?*«¡1... , ... .. , -0 T. Lowis, o. end V. Sewell ' r ". : ? ... ' . : I1 ,T. Mooro, at. Stephenson, b. Sewell'1 .... 'Ol Kinloch,b. Grilllth ... ... / ... ,0 Cleave, b. Griffith ? - '. 0 l?owlor,nm:out..>.¡. ,. ... , . : ... '0 Coulter, not'out ,-. ... . '' ' . -2 Eendett, et. Stephenson,b.-Iddison '.j:..\¡;n."- ¡ . -0 '0. Löwin, o.Mortlook,;b,GriflUh. . -Ü...

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FOURTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

J jrOTJllTH DAY. v. i Boforó.. Dutering. on' our usual" description of tlie'play, weinay mbjvtion, thnt'several ap- plications havebeenmado from different places for- a 'visit of - .the ">?' AU England ¿Eleven I'Amongst "other 'places,' a ¡ requesfc ¡has .boen1; j made that the team may favour the Clarenco j River'-district with a'display of their skill. Tho member for the district, Mr. Clark Irving has nsed:overy exertion to that¿ond, and : lina even offered to defray all-their expenses fchero i-'nndbaqlpf Messrs. Spiors and Pond can mako it conveniontto' gp. It is - .feared,' .however,. I that this cannot be done, ns tlio Eleven must leave fpr Bathurst 'to-morrow morning,, and returning to play tho proposed match .of All-England , v. clnitod Coionio3 pf Now ?South Wales and TCctoria (which will pro- bably como dfKñ a\r£n|ght), and proceed .ing-from Sydnev*to HítóanfcTown, via Mel« bourne, terminafmg the\ongbgemont by^the end of February; It is 'roossiblo that ? some attempt wil...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

. iMCHJIOND RIVEE,' ' ' ? ",ï \ Alum'AU. v ?.Febmiaty-^rASoorÔMrang,' from Sydney. FebruaiyAßk. .-Viilaclr*, Diamond, from Sydney. - \ The Grafton (s) left Hitchins' Wharf, ai ? ^8 a.m.'on Wednesday, the 5th' instant,' arid ? crossed the bar'at- ll 'a.m. same-day, : with ? ? ?-light northerly breezes and fine weather, v '?.'\^Thè"PerBeverance loft Keppel Bay on tho .yt 80tti¡ultimo, audVcífcssed the¡ bar at. 7 a.m. i ' j- 'on;the 6th inHtant^vrwyi'eached . the factory i ? the same evening. \p^xperiei.iced strong ' -i : S.S.T3.'winds "and hazV\Ks¿her. . .' - - .; :The;Urara-(R.) loft Styairey on-the 'Itlrtind ? Newcastle on tho 5th, and crossed the har at " 6 pim., on thc 6th, remained at'the Elbow all -.->. ''night,-and reached Hitchins' wharf at noon, on Frida}', The Urara experienced strong . ; ^ - -iiorfchoi'lv winds with had weather. .' :. . ÁTHE ; 'GEORGE MA/asiiAXii.-Some : of tho . passengers hy thia unfortunate ship, have arrived per. jfongatira, who Btate that not J' \ab...

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CRICKET. ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN v. TWENTY TWO OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

CRICKET. ALL-ENG-L AND, ELEVEN v. TWENTY TWO OF NEW SOUTH WALES. i t*T_ LI. «i_ ._? xi_^ ¿» n__.* ... .i. . :P. ii. J WE abridge thc .tallowing, account' ot' thc above match, which . occupied four days, from thc Herald ;- , ; , ; . 'riltST DA1?. As twelve o'clock approached, the prepara- tions for tho coming contest were' made visible. Tho little." preliminary practico ceases, the single; fstumps at which bowlers and batsmen havo been testing their shill are removed, and 'prosently twenty-two fine stal- wart looking mon clothed in white flannel omergoiuto the well-rolled field, amidst tho plaudits of tho immense. assemblage. Pre- sently,'the rival Captains meet, shako hands, spin,up ,a.coin: All-England wins the toss,: and it is decided that . they go first to the wickets. ' Accordingly, intho:courso.'of a few minutes, Mudie'arid Griffith,;two members of tho English team, walk forth, from tho All England tont, amid loud hurrahs, andtako up their positions at either :wicket.> Tho ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

....... 1.-s,y.pjí"E.yf,.>:.,,«?« DEATH op-OApyAiN^WiLkre ÍOF^IIIE jl2ïjaT :REanrENT--A; telegram^ from'Larnbing.;Plaft was received by Colonel Kempt Yesterday .?afternoon, stating that. Captain . Wilkie, :;in, . charge bf the tromps; there, fell from his horse - ' on last Saturday afternoon, and died from . the effects a fow bouts :i»fterwards. Captain . O'Shaughnossy startkby^dio' first - train;: this . .morning to succeed-tlte'la«^Captain J Wilkie; '.? incommand bf the trows. ; '-V-.: ?-":??::;.<.:!? ' THE Bisnor OF STONEY;-It is stated' that the Bishop of Sydney will proceed tb' En'glan'dr'by the March -mail, on: eighteen . months'leave of absence. His lordship, has cited'the clergy of his' dibcèse-to.a visitation,, to beheld in St. Andrew's Church on the 19th February. ; . ;, ,' . DEATH fFBöM SüNSTnokE'.f-We¡-regtet to, record tho sudden death by sunstroke of Mr. Roby, of - the -firm of Roberts. and Roby, of Hay. : -He vwási'well -¡known on. the Lower Murrumbidgeo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

.Steam to Smith's Flat. k :ULÄlABffl,^jfr'= will1 '. leiive' S^Twharf, TO-MD»»OW'(Wed- nesday) thcl2th:infEán/at '7 a.m., taking. , in .cargo at thcdifFercn/wharves. : ' A. HITCHINS AND C0.> Agente. ' ^jLoa-j^j!.. r ,.:.:,¿¿^.^y - Steam to Sydney. rpiINE WELL .--KNOWN ^SÏEMiBOAT Will' -bo.; despmcb/a ifora Sydney,' from Grafton, THIStJUESDAY) MORNING; at f daylight. ?. ; _ .., ; : l'or ML particulars as. to freight ,&c;, apply to the CAPTAIN, on-.boärd. 4 Australian Joint Stock Bank. 7 ? KOTICE is hereby given, that ..interest . is allowed by thia Bank-on .fixed de-' posits^ namely :- y > , ?,. ? , :On deposits'for 13 ^onths,' 4<;per,conti, per annum. S . r7.~/' / % On deposits foro rfontfjs, 3 mr cent, per annum.'- ' / / "/' On deposits for/ months^ 2'per cent, per annum. Jr . , " . f' BANK POST BILIS, with interest added at these rates respectively ,are.issued pay? ablc.to order. -..'>, i , - ' t'HENRY, CUTHBERT, Manager.* | Victoria-street, Grafton* : ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

.; February t.-Unhá (aXfrám Sjijljiey r.. 8 hogsheads sie, ?Ht cask,boer, l^guartgr bask ^bituidy, 1 quarter : i : , cask rum, 1 quarter caukport wfpe, lv< package, oigars,: ?-: ?',;?.>?.. 6, boxes, Lawrence; 1 bag bags, 10 bags flour, 1 r-. >; quarter, cask vinegar,. 5 bugs sujjarj 1. box cloves, . IV Shoveler ¡ 20 boga flour, Juergaiis ; 20 b.igS'flourj ?' 3_ hogsheads of rum, T, J. Jones; .11 bogs salt, 22 _-»u«u-o«g«», &-bi5^cs_candles.il casa oil,-..l..bag; coITm\. . 1 parcel, 0 grindstones, 2 'doz¿n buckets, a'corn sliollei's, ;2 . boxes window glass, 1 cask,'1. case ".? sundries, 4 oases . porter, T. -Fisher» 1 bundle,.1 ?bundle saddletrees, A. Hyda» 1 case Bend", S. Avery ¡ : 1 case vinegar; 1 caso oil, 1 bag bags^l.bag sundries, '. r. . 3, cases winj, 1 caso uolTee, 1 oask, 1 ftoi,.*.l case, 2 . : half tioroes tobacoo, VV ii CaniMiolI fluouârter cask > .?. sherry,! keg sherry; 1 caso braadVldtaK ¿le, 1 half ? ' chest tea, I-bot tea, 1 case witto,...

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QUEENSLAND. DISGRACEFUL TREATMENT OF IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

QUEENSLAND. DISGRACEFUL TREATMENT OF IM- . , MIGRANTS. , ' A. GEJÎTMÏEUAN called at our office late last night (at nearly twelve o'clock),, on his re tm;n,from;tho Stores at South' Brisbane,,set apart foi- tiíeuse of the emigrants, per Jessie Munni, ' Ho states that hp found tho shed .in .whicli tho siriglefema^eB were,1 in á rmbstîre volting 'státo, -wi|h jî^rie to ' assist'.Mrs. Mprphy, tho' matron, .who,'. seemed over- powered "in the circumstances in which she jwas.placed. On enteririg.tho shed, he found it little elso'than another hlack-holè;of^©al* cutta,:crowed with 130mingle ifemales, in a suffocating atmosphère, crying ^Wate.r;¡water, broad brea'd^Ave^aye\,had nothing to eat .'nineo morning;' > j^eing tho state of matters he at once pro^ceodod tb mi's. ¿ Só.utór's,. who supplied wntor\pd tea as soon. as thfly _ could be propared ¡ , another party wont iii search pf bread, and procurad about thirty loaves, while Mrs.,Souter sent'all'the bread;'Ac.; she had; lier son and o...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

. ' ' . RICHMOND RIVER. - . : [l'RÖM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] CHUKCH OF : ENGLAND CLERGYMAN.-The township of Casino ia about as dull as usual ; we have however to congratulate, ourselves on tho arrival of a clergyman, the Rev. Mr, Whito, td residea mongst7 us-Mr. Selwyn, our much respected; minister accompanied him to. the district, and.toök'the opportunity of intrbducirig .him to the townspeople^ hero, , as:víeílfasstp^ie;residents at .'the! townships 'Iji^piâliôp^^^darimba, ..'miiay.Blè^:'. ât the neighbouring stations. * Wo aro happy to say ho is, much liked, , and js becoming very popular, he supplies ^a want jfchat has been long feltin th"^ district at,present there is rio parsonage .built in the town, but it is tho in- tention.of the pooplè to opeu subscription lists for that purpose, -.when we hope and Jrust tho Grafton people^will, give' their aie ^^®^^--*^->^^*^?^T»'e"í?her: tho ;. cnn was cordially responden- to; from this River, when tho parsonage theretroquired to be built...

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MEETING OP THE ELECTORS OF THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

MEETING- OP THE ELECTORS OE THE CLARENCE AND EIC HMOND. ¡;11B; Juyiàa beiúg ab'ou^ ? for Eûrope.^mot' tho .electors .of, the' Clarence' . on 'Saturday ? /evening; last,'; at ' the 'As . sembly Booms,; Grafton, t'oi offer iih ; explana- tionof his conduct ; and. :;'to ;.: ascertain the views of his constituency as to whether he should return home upon lèavo, as momber of the Clarence, or resign his seat. The/meet . -lng, which was .prcsided over by > the ? Mayor, > was very largo and unanimous in their ap- proval of Miv Irving's; conduct j .and. also in tho rtdpptíón of the resolutions, r , ' The MAYOR in opening the 'proceedings, Ïassod: a very'. high culogium upon :Mr. rving. 'He trusted there"' would - not he a' dissentient yoice,.but that they would show to-night their unanimous approval, .and mark their gratitude, hy sending nome Mr. Irving as their representative.;; As. the evening was late, he should.not detain tjiem, but at . once call xipou Mr. Irving to. address, them...

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

,' NOMINATION Ol' ALDEKMBN. " :0s.Tuesday/last-..1>eing;.; tlio day. :appo.intod for-the nominatipn of Aldermen, ; in !lieu of Aldermen Aver» ; Jones, and -M'Faddon, wlio30 tonn of oflice «had.-.'expired,.-but who were eligible for re-election, y ->.,.- < r " ? At the hour stated (noon) ,à goodlyn mun-: ber of -ratepayers had asseinbledilj'ät .tho Court-house. . ' ' ' " , i ??.-'The ,MAYOB having opened, the proceed-; inga by. reading !the advertisement convonincr.. tbe meetirig,' said-it-waa now :tho duty of- ufa ratepayers "to nominate candidates, .iiiuihe,; place of those who wore called upon to "re-, 'tiftc,:in' accordance with the - Act ; t and. he Vpnld jake: that; opportunity, of. explaining s^jeNni.'Stora relative to himself whilst^ hold- ing th\ omeo : of Mayor : for." tho , past' year. ?He could ? afford:to treat with contempt the tuifounde\ assertions- made-'by anonymous writers in the newspapers. He had performed. to the best of his abilities, tho. dutie...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

ABSTRACT OT? SALES BY AUCTION ; DUR« .INO- THE WEEK. ^ MR.HENRY AtoB|tSON.-*-At Mr W, Cowan's i Steam PaekotlïfinySojit^rafton. to-morronr, at ? ]2 o'olock, vRifc9libtt|flr3i*utout, Thunderbolt, ? ?? ?:Buglor, and sovoral otlieMweful Hopea» .?. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.-A' meeting of the loyers of " sweet sounds," held a meeting. at tlio'School of Arts," on1 Thursday-last,--to initiate". a philharmonie society. About thirty ladies .and gentlemen v.were present, who unanimously agreed to^af iew rules for their future guiuanco.W^d/âppolnted.-certain officers for the n^nagen^fh^QË.-.their concerns. Mr. H. BaHcer\waMappphjted- 'conductor ; j Mr. A., Lardner treawu'ersjijmd^Mr. Ham i burger . secretary, -''lt .- waS^âÎetçrtniped to i meet for practice every IMiùWday eveniug. i TUE* ESCORT.-The escort, which arrived I yesterday, from, the various' gold-fields, brought down 247 ounces 16 dwis. ? . ASHTON'S.CIRCUS.-Our readers will per ceivo by our advertising columns,' that Mr, Ashton has arri...

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A PLEA FOR THE GRAFTON HOSPITAL. [In our hurry to get to Press last week, several very egregious errors crept into the following lines; in justice to the author we feel called upon to republish them, corrected, in our present issue.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

" A rLEA. TOR THE GRAFTON HOSPITAL. . '{?::.,< i . Í -;[In our'hurry.1 to .get to Press .'last wcoki several ?g¡\---.wy«tj egregious errors crept .into ¡tho' following ílinos:j : ?{.-in jtistico "to tho author .wo ./eel ? called upon : to .republish them, corrected, in'our present issue] . Y . ' UKO is, O musewith influence sweet,' . ? My waiting spirit now to greet ¡ .-, Touch ovoryjiord |-wake every nervo r . \ . . -My holy purpose'gain to'sorvo.- . ' ? (. «'0 GU mo with ñcsh heavenly fifo ; :' . ' ?' iS<;«lty wery^hought and word inspire ¡ . . . - ? ,. < . :' (Leavenot my soul, her way to find; ? ???? .? . "Unaided by tbj influence kind,. - 4w , -Ahl should I now attempt to roam ??:?.?.:?<::(:;';.*!?. Thro'..vast imagination's domo - . ? ..'-vs - v -Without this guide, this guardian strong, ; - My task is hopeless, words aro gono ! . - :',? Now oharityuhou liaavcn-born grace, . fa". ' 'Light on my. 8oul¡ Illino image traoo ; ... ,. ? Wt...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

CLARENCE AND RICHMOND     EXAMINER.           TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1862.   Owing to late arrival of several favours   we are compelled to omit our leading article.       WE invite the attention of our readers to a collection of natural history specimens, now open for inspection at Mr. WILCOX'S resi- dence, South Grafton, a catalogue of which will be found below.     The collection consist of 237 specimens of   mammals-birds, insects, and eggs-all of   which are of the rarest kinds, and most of     them peculiar to the Clarence and Richmond, and many of them but litte known, except   to naturalists.               The collection reflects great credit u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

TO BE LET OR SOLD, rfUIE LISMORE STEAM SAW MILL, with TEN ACHES .OF LAND, Richmond Uiver. " i '''?>,?? ?" The mill is fitted with Vertical and cir- cular Baws, and dvïvjL b/a 14diorse power engine.- ^ |/ "7 k : The shed is {a^ge 'mà^aahaimtia!, and sea going wessels can/loiÄWrtu'e whirf; 1 There is abundance of ccflar, pine, and beech in the immediate neighbourhood. '<v Application to be made to ! . HENRY GARRARD, Esq., Lismore.' WORKING BULLOCKS fOB, SALE, rnilREE TEAMS Oj' WORKING BULLOCK'S* in go4T order «ird con- dition, consisting §L ten/eacj* for SAL^T; ,price £8 per hca^LMioQt^ar.) Apply to the u|jacfiigncHf , : v AL/RED M. GIRARD. Lismore, ftichmj/nd Rivci1,' 27th January. PUBLIC-HOUSE TO LET. npilE' UNDERSIG\ED offers to LET; V^i for such term of years ns ; may . be agreed upon, the NEW PUBLIC-HOUSE fronting ? -Dobie-strcet . Perry Wharf, and opposite the Fl£ur Milk The situation offers unusual awanfagy?for a public busi ness/being tk^i»ipa¿rondirig place : fo...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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