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EUROPEAN NEWS. (FROM THE HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday, January 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

__ - I EUROPEAN NEWS. < ' (PnÖM" THE '. ItEIlALU'S ?.; OOJlIlESrONBENT.) ' ' '1 Saturday, January 18th. TiiÉn]3'is' noffS'*from' America to tho 'Ith 'January.' 'Tho oVcitement iri tho public mind on th o subjoct of . the -Trent affair * had' ' sub- : sided, and tho,..Press was moro; reasonable. 'There was, hoTOvor, avery uneasy feolingin the'public mirid\with regard to tho general relations vit\ Eiijrland\ tho belligerent tone -of thoi'EMlis^Pi-ôesfîlnd, tho British'war- like propagions, gaye tîiem tho impression that either flie blocKacle of tlio southern coast, or tho destruction of tito Charleston harbour, would bo tho occasionof. once moro .invol- ving tho two countries in 'difficulties) and lead to a war. . ' J- '¿ It will thus bo seen that' so long ;as tho :-Americans h'olievod' that England would talco .all their -insults and ' outrages' with 'impunity, . 'BO long wero they arrogant and defiant ; but no sooner is tho British lion aroused, >, and a: warliko tono ...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

~ s^aifE Vv\ :-r: r'' ' ; (From t\ mraJd) \ , : ; EEPOUTED FRAUD ok xnè^BANK'or. NEW SOUTH WALES.-A rumour ms current iii Sydnoy during tho latter par* of lost week that a fraud ,upon'tlio Bank pf 'New'.South' Wales had been disclosed, in -which onojor more of jtho : officers¡ of ' that . establishment1 woro.imphcated.\It appe>rB that a choque., for ;áfoút'1-í8Ó0j-,j^p^^i^lntoe been drawn by a squattle onj^e^afcrrumbidgee (whose name for .obvious reasons we sup- press), and which .has beon;i duly presented and paid at tho bank in. December last, has' recently, been .ascertained to hayo, been a forgery. . Upon this discovery being made; orders wore given for tho production of tho cheque, but though a careful and prolonged soarch has, been made, neither that nor any, of the vouchers for the day on which it was : paid'have yet been found..- .'The foot bf. tho allegod forgery of tho ehoq'Atäkem ii% con- nexion with thelóss of tho yo&hofe mror^lly; suggested1 the commission ot...

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APPALLING COLLIERY ACCIDENT. DEATH OF TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN PERSONS. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

APPALLING COLLIERY ACCI DENjT, DEATH 0.1?. TWO HUNDRED AND ?< FIFTEEN PERSONS. ? (Jproni??:t7ta----JEfomo-^2ñt08.')'\-.l-;-. l r "WU'IEE all clicorful English höusoholds have beon adding totheir cheerfulness,by heaping up tho lires that make a pleasant .contrast ;to tho cold outeido,'a'.terrible .tragedy .has "oc- curred in.ono of tho great northern coal-; fields. At ten o'clock on tho morning bf. Thursday, January lGth, moro than. 200,men^ and boys wore buried , alive iii tho heart 'of tho earth ; 70 fathoms bolow the surface- of tho soil.. ' Tho scciio of this .most: bombie event, tho Hester or Hartloy now Pit, lios a.. little to tho west of tho Blyth and ¡Tyne, junction, on tho coast of Northumberland. . Tho pit is so near to tho coast that from the flooding to which it is liable it was feared the. ¿ea had ,'beoii ? ". struck ;" and to overcome this clitBculty ah,unusual ibrco of pumping machinery .was employed. This machinery; was, of course, erect ed at the mouth of ...

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FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, MARCH, 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

F ll BE'S ESWT I 0 ]ST. TUESDAY, MATKIVVLT r Donnlil Campbell, Grent -MnnbwjVjInrciiro Bivor, 80 acres,; épúñty,of: Clarbnco, parish unnamed, on an island iihmo unknown; bounded on ono sido hy Patrick, livland's 4Q '. acres, fronting ono ,of tho ? channels, mid about two anda hulf miles from John M'Auloy'a; 250 acres. . Malcolm Brown, "Yulgilbar, 70 acres, county of Drulîo^ parish unnamed, on Gordon Brook Creek, on tho road from Alico to Lawrence, commencing about 2'iOyarrtsnbovçJhordlld,aiidboundcd on tho S. by aliiiol3.¡ on tho*|g. bv\liuon tho N. by a lino W.'to'.aj|MH^k^k\jjlÍw by that brook down'fards t\p>o noSt ofMfrnmonci'nionl. Paul Phipps, Grafton, 40 nares, county of Claran^', on un .island nanto unImowh\ on north'' branch of îCluronco Bivor, situatod about am miles down"'from head oT tlio chanucl, uud adjoining Adolphus Coulon'a ?lot. /? . . A .'V; ?-;'-:'.;. . Benjamin Jones,"Ulmarra; 80 acres, 'county of Cia-, renee, parish unknown, on nn island jinmó unknown, on tho...

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SOIL, SOILING, AND SUBSOILING. (From the Farm and Garden.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

¡SOIL, SOILING, AND SUBSOILING. ' (From the Ihrm and Garden.) À. RECENT. English writer, who adopts tho doctrino X that aeration supplics'tho soil with;tho. ncecasnry food ..\,fprplants bottorthan the mere appljofltipn.qf.guano /.(pr,grP3Wf9rtilisora,;inalflnnc3 Borernl curious foots in - ... ^support of Uijstliexiry/ .Tljo^wondorful' power with .whioh .soil is'ondowcd of ao^orbiiig gaaos"essential to .vegetable lifo is . well knowfi, but .tho : experiments wnieh have established tho foot are .perhaps not sb , familiar to many of our 'younger readers. Professor .Way made Jllie following e»pcT¡HJonts, not Tory pro .found in,themselves, .but demonstrating tho. twofold iaot that tho soil is a.potont deodorize, and is so because ;it. greedily absorbs tho nutriment of vegetation.' ?Hefillod.a.^qttlo\yith:air highly charged ' with : the .v.olntilo carbonato Vgf .ammonia . (common smelling .Balts), # (is to bo oxtromely,pnngont' to-tho sonso of '.8mëll.; Hé'then; throw in^a little dry. soi...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

. ; \ IMPORTS. ' : ." ' - Márolr 12.-Urara (s.),' 'from'Sydney^BO' boxe« ' candios;: 12'nask8 beer,.l coso sugar; 5 casés pickle?, 2 : cásea oils, 0 enees starch;-1 cose sago,-.1 keg ontrncnl, 4 .., cases gin, 1 case mustard, 2 trunks 3' cases boots, ll '&MCS"2 casks,'t parcel; 2 balíTieatlier/l truss, W; B. . ¿'.Campbell-j 2 cases oils, 2CC¡ÍÍM,-.W.';L; Lawrence {,6, .'. case»; 6' bag's ric^'^liálf-elíjjté '4'qù»Wer-cliests tea,.ll : tru's, IO bass':flour,1 lotbaV,' T..Shovoller¡ IO hog«-' - i 'r¡heads taV88;bmidlés \rir»,-ftsnsks insulators,I bündle . ' r V brushes, I ? erbivbar, : I cask 2 oases sundries, I bundle . tents, laviottïVíase, 23 bags^Mar, .1 truss,.!), ¡3. Lowonthitl ¡1 package typo, R'.Btovcnson j 1 'stove, 1 case, 1 cask earthenware, V^ HfH.-Becke ., 2 cases, 1 bale, I truss dropeiy, E. PoMs ; 1 CUSP, H. .Nicol; 1. pump 1 bundle'pipe, Bert; A." Schign ; 2G bilga salt, 1 case, 4 bags rice,1 parcel, 1 box pipes, 1 case . jams,1 oise pickles, 2 .'cases fruit," ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

- \ EXPORTS. , ITnrcli 29,-^Gínftoñv(fl.),vfor Sydnoy 1080'brigs maize, 4 bngs wheat, 2B^ale8«.wool,, 0 casts tallow, 20n lii'lns, 35 BOXCB snap, V]0 boxea stcnririo cundios, 2 bundles calfskins, 2 horses, 'und sundries. ?. , The Grafton taft Hitchins' whnrf, nt four o'clock on Wednesday,' the 2nd Instant, and crossed at .9'QO. a.m., the same. day, with Btrong southerly breezes and cloudy. weather. The Urara, loft Sydney on Wednesday, and Newcastle on' Thursday ; crossed' tho Bar on Friday afternoon ; remained all night at Lawrence,^ and reached Grafton at 10 30 a.m. on Saturday. V Passed the Grafton thirteen milos north, of' SènlBocKs. . The Dnrt proceeded down, the river on Saturday last to complete ber loading ; she hud in 500 bngs of maize and expected to take 1000 to 1200 ba¿a. ' . . ? ? .

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POET'S CORNER. MODERN "DEVOTION." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

' POUT'S CORNER, MODERN "DEVOTION." e . , Oit, wo walked ai;d talked together ? ; . In tho happy silmmcr-timc, ^, Iii the warW óVhghtful weather, ' "V > Wien thoVcàV wham ita prime| . . . ' f ..:". 'Andiloved TijnA-olM I loved him . » . , .From spring till autumn's foll j .-.:,!.,] But whoil tho winter carno ngoin, , , ii . 'i *V^' We didn't speak-at,all! . . ' ' 'Twas o night in warm September,.. : , vic-iWhen wo,plighted first our vows ; ?* . . , ¿: -.. i., . But no ono heord their murmur, '.(., i Savo some rumanating cowa/ ;., . , . . ?.' And'twae justos well they didn't, . - .«-.ii-, . Tor, though wo meant thom true, ? . - ' . Ere tho middle of November - . ? n They were broken quito in two! v ." ' But you musn't think mo heartless, - .For I loved him I decluro ; ? He'd such beautiful mous1 aohes,.. . . ' And auoh lqvely,*jirly .hair! ¡Set, I must^ónf(»s^Dur.BMTp)v i . -Was vorwsooiTOsullgodiW . . For the odioVaJwroTWi uutiBRjcd,' I And I-well, I'm Vgàwd !*

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR. FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

«.lKDERÍEItS''Cf!\IiE\l»Ai:. . Br 'A PBAOHOAÍÍ FARMER. Tp Tira : TIRITO.- Piiintfarlay rm-l Totohcs- for . croon foddor,. All kinds of imnrçol',-<vurzM i lucerno for standing crops j ond swodo turnips up to thc 15th of the month.. ^

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

?-r-VT K y \T ICE. ' ,,. 'Our.subscribed are informed-that suburip , Hons for thc past quarter are now due, ...*... ; and a settlement of the'same is respect . . fully solicited. < . * '

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

?10 THB EDITOR, OF.TnE-JBXAMIKBR., ? / ' Sra,-Wo would fool obliged by you urging, through tho medium of your journal, .tho noooaBity of -tho Grafton carrying a light at her most head, and sound- ing her boll when ooming down tho rivor in- the dark, which it did not on Wodnosday morning last. It not being dono is oxtre'moly dangerous to boats-coming up tho river¡ and if the steamer mufit go^down.tho.I riypr. at night, ths .necessary precaution ought to bo. observed, as »re wero Hourly run down by tho ' Grafton onihor last trip. , - v Wo onoloao our names, and remain Yours, i.e.,. . April Ztà. ; AQUARIUS.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

SÜIPFltíG lïiTSLLiaEîiSS.; ^ April 15.-Urara (a.); 400 ( tansy Captain Wileman,', from1; Sydney, 2nd mod Newcastle .1 8rd instant. . Piisaenfrers-Mies Whitman, . Mr. and Miss Cock, Mrs. LowehthaL and child,: Messrs. Hay, Martinson, Graham, Neale, Wray, Page, Bovorihld, Budd, Mayor, and 15 in the steerage, x ..

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

, - CLEARED OUT. - . . April -A.-Dart, schooner, 120. tons, Oap -. -tain Niaa,.lro Sydneys ... -j ;?. -

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

DEPARTURE. . ' April 2,-Grafton (a.), 2'JtO.tons, .Captain H. Creer, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. . and Mrs.-Dempster, Messrs. Shannon, Coles, Bawden, ¿nd ll-in tho steerage

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THE HOUR OF DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

.,. IHK ?.HOUR:'OF DEPARTURE OF IEE ' ' STEAMERS. TO TUE EDITOR Oí TOB EXAMINER. ' . bm,-Cnn you inform mo why tho Grafton stonmor Blurts two or thrco hours ? boforo tho timo advertised ? I think it is quito onough to have to submit to tho Company's extortionate oharges, without, being mis-' led os to tho time of tho vossols leaving, particularly, at Buch unreasonable hours. - r i - * . I nm, yours, &c, : ' A LOVER OP PUNCTUALITY. 'Ulmarra, April 4th.

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THE LATE WHARF MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

; THE- LATE WHAttF MEETING. .. - TO TÜR EDITon OOF TUE EXAMINER. SiBjT-Frosh from, tho wharfage; arrangement protea-, tatton moating (understand I do hot moan yrejA in: the reeling sense of the term, for although there was an amount of imci'l,talk, thorp was no smalt beor), I sit down to make a. few notes upöivtho matter, feeling that if I did; not «»bosom my 'mind in your wv confidential . columns, the weight of thought! would scaro away quiot sleop, and ;I instoad of slumbering on my downy pillow, I should dream^myself in the tumbling biilowB of tho , troubled wators of the Clarence. ? . ? ?' ? ''?..,?.'?" ''' . ' Of tho pm^w of the mooting I haye nothing to Bay, but simply purposo dealing with tho manner ofit, whioh was thoroughly unbusinesslike nhd. unprece- dented. Tho worthy Mayor hoing called, to the chair, instead pf atronca explaining tho business of the, mooting, ontieréa into a long: oration condemnatory of; some closo-pursod gentlomen, who had not .'paid "-'their promise...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. rOuB columns uro opon to all writers \yho refrain I i ,.? from tho uso of virulent-language or personalities ; but wo ara. not responsible for opinions 'éx ! pressed. . "

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THE LACHLAN GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

? - THE LACHLAN GOLD-FIELDS." 1 ' THE escort' takes ' :down 8307 osa.:5. dwts, C grs, in gold and ,£500 in cash, leaving in the camp 3500i oZs. -gold arhl £2.000 cW Of this quantity, 1000 ozs\were lofe eyer from last week. .. < _ \ *"'\ " On the Caledonian Lud, Ives. 1 and 20: north .have struck gold also\bou( two miles to the north and in tho direction -offetrickland Reef. ' 1 \ ? The prospectors on the Arcadian Lead are reported to ;havo 'bottomed on payable gold. On other leads:also mining matters are pro- gressing favourably. . The population on tnese gold-fields is in- creasing rapidly. 1 The: want ot. water is*, being felt severely, several mine puddling, machines have boen brought to a standstill in consequence, or our escorts would ' increase. . iNew arrivals with- out, capital should'remember that on this field there isas ye^no Bhallow. sinking,.and that the ground at.presont known to be uuriforous is pretty, well taken up. ?

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

SMALL, DEBTS COURT. I '. -MONDAY. ' ? , JiKFonE Uaptam -ililJ, r.M., and Mr. . VV. A. B. Greaves, J.P. ' TERHY, AND WEBB V. ARCHER. ?', This was a claim i of. £2 for work done. Case dismissed. Mr. Barker appeared for defendant. '? > ? , , ? ¡ GEISE V. SO ABD. ' This'was a claim of £1 5s. for bricks' sold and doliverod. .. Verdict for plaintiff. SOIINAPP T. KHEIGER. This was, an action to recover the Bum of £6 2s. Gdi fon work done. Verdict for plain- tiff, £5 5s.\\Mr. Barkor appeared for plain- tiff, Mr. Michael for defendant. ^ 8ABIEÎÎ V. SCADDEN. This was a claim of £3 13s. 9d., butcher's bill. Verdict for plaintiff, £2 15s. 9d. Mr. Barker for.plaintiif. ? ;. f . PENZER V. SCADDEN. This was an action on a promissory note for £6 5s. ld. Vordiot for plaintiff.' 8ABIEN T. ICREIOER. This was a claim of £ê 13s. 6d., for. meat supplied. Verdict for plaintiff, £1. 5s. 6d¡ Mr. Barker for plaintiff. S ADIEN V. FOY. ' -?'?, An' action' 'for £7 19s. öd.v Mr. Barker for plaintiff. Postpone...

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FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, APRIL 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

F il EE SEL EC TI ON. :T0^SDAT,^PBIL IST. -; ? ' YVilliam Matheson, of Grafton, 100 acres, county of Clarence, on tho south end of an island on the-North Arm/, unimmed,, situate on the north. side of George Morison's selec- tion of 100 acres, and' opposite J. M'Aulay's «election, on'another island unnamed.. ,', , ; ! Duncan\ Canie'roh;:, Manning -River, 46 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Gul marra^pn the SouthXArm 'of the/Clarence River, bCTween^Sliark'XCreek and the Rocky Mouth, measuredr portion -No. 15, on the south aide dÇ'thèjSoùih ^rm.; : ,;. I - ? ' i .

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