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

Lawrencetown (Elbow). MR. F. GARE has been appointed Agent at Lawrence for the Clarence and Richmond Eatqfiiner (vice ? Messrs. Steuart, resigned),/and/ is authorised - to receive advertisement/aud subscriptions for the same. fl j .. , . j RIOH|Rf) STEVENSON. ; Examina- Officl, April 1st.. . ? 320 ' WHEELER & WILSON'S' NEW IMPHOTED FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. THE DISTINGUISHED FEATURE of this Machine is thc making, of thc - TIGHT LOCK STITCH, by thc ROTATING HOOK, an improvement on the shuttle, by which heavy arid noisy action is'avoided, and whichyenders it NOTED ABOVE ALL^OTHER MACHINES, ' . for its .simplicity and consequent freedom from derangement andy need of repairs-its speed, ease of operation and management. The great poj^rity/of /hese, machines is shewn by the saie, micfi hasf increased from 8000 in 1858fto 8/>,0Ô0 ni 1861," or mQre than double nfift of alfy ot«lr machine. It has invariably £*ctelled the. ..highest premium whercvm it has been exhibited in competitio...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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VARIETIES. A NIGHT SCENE. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

, , <VA;ItïETIE S. A NIG-H'T SCENE/ 1 Br SINE IÍOMEN. . . , ' " (Concluded.) :-iBut, ttri»is,no chimera of tho imagination! it,' w -a :, .vstem reality-! Whilothus engaged, in 'a .mental.soli- loquy, and gazing'vacantly at tho Jt,yy> .children who .'-? had gono away from mo when they saw thoir motlier . thrown forcibly from him, who ought-to havo'beon' her protector, and wcro npjv wcepipg'? beside her, hot 'tears chasing each other down thoir wan cheeki, from, their sunken oyes, bedewing hor¡ AlaB ! now incapable . of feeling their.sootbing influence; Bomqi)no,.to whom¡ - tho crowd seemed to abo* respect, approached,".andi bending down, look tlie oVntiny and emaciated hand between his own.. AH ^ouiWaVf voices, tho clatter .ot footsteps seemed to havo,8UMicrcd j tho ,'ch¡ldrop .con- scious of somo imponding rtoifflccased' to ory ¡ and 'looking betweon hopo, nno| feaV, witched ovory move-' .ment of tho doctor which iwould Jonvoy to thom, tho .startling intelligence that ...

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

?vroTiCE TO J&iÈ ¿X -The GrafliM ari teers, are respectfully ii by'Mr;-if.: Miller, at t/äfi street, ón; SATURDA T$ parade. ' VQJJUNTEERS. larra Volun feÜÉD to TEA, sílotel, Dobie !th instant, after 335 T\/|"E. LORTSCH begs to rctórti his sincere THANKÄßo MM ladies and gentlemen who kmalv as^^dUiiin' nt ,thc.concer{:,-on Saturaay; evening last. 339 ',. Deutscher Gesang Verein, í> IE NAEGHSTE GESANG, : Uebung findet SONNABEND, den 12ten April, um 8 uhr abjtm/s/..in der School of | Arts Statt. Diese Zusammojhl sichere. Fortbesi Wichtigkeit sein' uñe Mitglieder freundlichst gebeten sich puenk tlich-einzufinden. ..Euer den Pracsidcnt, C., WAGNER, Secretary. " N836 't . wird fuer das I des Vereins von | sind dessbalb, alle TENDERS. REQUIRED, TENDERS for the cree- j - tion of a Weatherbbarded COTTAGE and^ other Buildings; on/ an 'allotment "at I ¿South Grafton j also, f/ the/RESHING -LING of a ReceivÄg/TOHffl. , Plans and specifications ?pfAulÖines.'jnd all other particulars^ca...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL, PRODUCE CIRCULARS. í WHOLESALE., ? " V¡:; . [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, . AND co.'s] ';H Arrivals during tho past week have boon .pretty heavy, prices howovor remain firm. . ' ;< i Maizo con tinucs in good doinand nt-CsV .. . . Wheat is rather lower in prioo nnd duller of s&\> - Hour continues rather dull of sal« witlf a downward tondonoy. ' i Bran just solis otis. 2d. to la. 3d; . Luoorno Hoy romains unohniigcd.' I Wollongong Suitor is in fair demand at ls. for I best samplos, ' . 1 Bacon-6d. to 7d. pw lb. for prime ^Barley, Rnglinh- Bs. to 6s. par bueliel .J .'.'Ditto Capo-4s to 4« fid .7.-. '. . . Bran-ls 3d por bushol - ..... , ¿i * ; Butter-9d to ls por Jb. . Calvos-SB» to 40s each'- ' 1 . ' A Oheeso-Sd to Od i \ ; v..Flour-fluostTOWQÍ-£Uportón ; , Ditto, finest Adelaidi-il4\Jitt» ! Ditto, Ano Country, ffiiadoV - , ?'"' ; .Hay-Lucorno, 5' toWSuOs\per ton HideB, hoary-10a. to 16s. eich, i ;,?.;?' a Mako-5s to 6s 3d per bushel " - v Onions'-IBs't...

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

. TUESDAY, APRIL 8,18G2. VjiEN;is'the:new gaol to be opened P; How ' much longer is that mwornble den-thö lock- up-to be the IIOUBB of detention . for thone " ' who may bp BO unfortunate as to como under tho arm, of. the law P_ Old and young, male and female, guilty. or not guilty, "are now promiscuously mingled .together, without any respect or feeling, lt would seem that all who have the rnipfortune to transgress, place themselves beyond the pale of civilisation anything and anywhero is good enough for them. CAIUJVMÍ uug^estod, " that the best " thing.thnt could be done with the uriminal population was to hang them up to' the i nearest" lamp-post." Certainly j tin's /would; I bo better than handing them over, to such, placeaos our "choke)'," there, would -be an end to all further! responsibility, and sodety would be spared the evil effects of un- ediica1 tion whiuhmust necessarily go on in a gathering of prisoners, whoao circumstances of detention afford every ? facility for com- ...

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

Steam to Sydney. WELL ? KNOWN EMIBQAT ;., Will be despatchelh fibr " Sydney, from Grafton, TO-MORROW , 4 (Wednesday) MORNING, at daylight. ''\ »,a1?OF ;fulUpai;ticulnrf| "_as"io ^fri^hfc'î&c^l apply to'the CAPTAIN, on'b'oard'. 'V 4''1 THOMAS FISHER, Agent. FOR SYDNEY. H E CLIPPER Schooner D AM T , Captain NIAS (so fifveóvably lcnown on j the Hunter, in the mainitrade), will, con-, tinue'as a regular tradow to this port. . Any party having , «argo from Sydney; I can-have it- landed at any wharf on the river, at £1 per ton. '.Maize,- 7d. per bushel. ' " i. ,? 313 TO FARMERS. THE S C HO ONER _ PERSEVERANCE, Captain SMITH, will bc i'laid on for. BRISBANE, if suiiciem'<ei&ouragemcmY 1 By the M<$lsCowier<jxcemi, it ia i stated that oldmaizofis enquired for, and that new maize is s/ling at 7s. per bushel; i wholesale, ??.<??! / .: For freight or passage apply to WM; KIRCHNER, Factory. 280 Australian Joint Stock Bank. "VTOTICE is h...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

SYDNEY. ; v . (From the Herald.) ,; MR. HOLROYD, THE BARRISTER, NEARLY^ CosiKiTTED^The Goulburn Herald ot'.Wed nesday reports the following scene as having occurred in the Goulburn- Circuit Court,' on Monday :. last, between 'Sir-Alfred ¡ Stephen and Mr. Holroyd, during tho 'trial : of Mark' .x Gallagher for the "attempted murder of : bia wife.-Mary Gallagher, being under cross examination, stated, in reply to.Mi". Holroyd: -I have'four 'children to ?. Gallagher/ and have been marrie^ toj him going -on nine years ; a Mr. D\Arcy |>aa\been living at my place;. I left my, husbapd^s place on; the Saturday night ; IVdid hot leave home with D'Arcy; I was at Wr. Alt's house one night after I left -my ^husband's I did not sleep with- D'Arcy at/Mr. Ait's..1 The witness was asked if she presistèd' in swearing > that she did not sleep j,with D'Arcy, intimating; that ho (Mr. Holroyd) should call Mr. Alt ;; she refused and after repeated pressing, to answer tho question, and eventually den...

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The late Wharfage Arrangement of the C. and R. R. S. N. Company. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

J ' ' Tho Int© Whnrfaj-e Arrangement of tho C. and lt. It. S. IV. Company. P ÜB LIC ME ETI IST G i ; A FUBMO MEETING, convened by the Mayor at the request of several of tho inhabitants, was held on Wednesday evening, at the As- sembly Rooms, Grafton. " The meeting was both, numerous and respectable, and. 'the greatest unanimity prevailed throughout the evening;' -. :/.;. -"; ' ? -.' The MiVTon (Mr. S. Avery, J.P.) occupied the chair, and having read the naine3 of those parties -who had requested. ^him to convene, the meeting, ' said,' great and grievous "com: plaints had been made against the -wharfage charges, but before going to the business of ¡the evening, lie wished to say a few words i with reference,to those parties who had pro- mised to contribute towards .the erection of the'public wharf, but had failed to redeem their, promise, and the ox-Mayor had not taken the necessary precaution by which pay " ment could bs enforced>-tte result of which was that nfterjïoiîWeen Says ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DUR- ING THE WEEK.           MR.HENRY ALDERSON.-At the Royal Hotel, This Day, at ll o'clock, 60,000 Bricks ; on Thursday, at the Clarence Hotel, at 12 o'clock,   Four Valuable Horses.   JIB, HENRY M1URI0E.-At hi»' Booms, North ' Grafton, on Monday, at 12 'o'olook,' First-okas ;Fra'mbd Engravings, Dressing Glasses, &o.. BAILIFF.-On tho promises .Duke-street,-" ,at'll o'clook, on Wednesday, Housshold Furniture. ? - YoLTJNTEiäns.-Tho usiial monthly parade bf 'Volunteers will take place at Grafton on Saturday j;' and a meeting vwill be held' the same 'evening, to elect a Tifst Lieutenant. ?' - OUABOE OP KATE.-William Mobro,àboy .16 years of age, has boen apprehended on tho charge of having-, comnjittod a vrape upon Caroline Focht, - aged 12 years, daughter of Henry Focht, of Stony Creek, near this town. : . The apprehension was made. on Saturday last and the cr...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 8 April 1862

GRAFTON POLICE COURT.     FRIDAY.           BEFORE Captain R. R. Hill, P.M., and Mr. A. Lardner, J.P. REGINA V. FLANAGAN. Harriet Flanagan was charged with steal-   ing from Joseph Davis, a cheque for £6, his property.       Joseph Davis deposed:—he was a brick-   layer working for Roberts, overseer of Mr.   xßusden'u station ; ho received the cheque from Roberts,* on-'tho 19th March ; it was signed Colin Fletcher; the prisoner said shokept a boarding house ; he stayed there on , Wednes- day night ; he missed- the cheque on Ifriday ; that "was the last day ho saw it ; he Baw the cheque in the pocket of the trousers the prisoner had lent him to put on ¡ ho placed it there himself ¡ that was on Friday evening, previous, toloosingib he;, had .been sleeping on the bed, lind ho was not aware that there waa any other perso...

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TAHITI—FEARFUL TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

TAHITI-FEARFUL TRAGEDY. ? A coRitEBPONDEST, writingv from'Papieti, Rbruory j 17, gives on aceount'of a dreadful tragedy which had occurred at that place. Hoiays : "An event, not so solemn in some respect*, but much.more awful in its facts, has occurred here lately in j the: violent death ok the captain of on American schooner, which had arrived here from San Francisco. The captain brought w^ him a female passenger and her infant daughter ; she wAt.w wife of another cap- tain, who has been sailing ouPdfi.his port for some time. He had written for her to come and join him, and bring their little daughter. .Ho. was away on a voyage on their arrival and lodgings Vere taken for them by tho owner of the vessel.^ SheXwas soon informed of the errors of her husband^ and\he received much sym- pathy from those around her,'{md, indeed, from most of the populotion. From lier frequent visits, how- ever, on board the Teasel in which silo had come ns passenger, somo began to su.apect that thora mig...

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LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND BROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

' . " rt'A Tl O'u'íl' MARKET. I ' ' '11 ; j '?" ' [HAIGH AND lltlOWN.] ?'; .We'toro still expecting tho arrival of immigrants by i several vessels : ) Our markot is at presont supplied, IIB follows ;-Ordinary itgrioiiltural lahotircrs, f 30 to £82 por annum aró nlimurous in ul tendance ¡ skilled farm- ing menura rather scarce, at £85 to MO ; -mechaniosi of most descriptions equal to .demnndj/fronv -i!(10.;to; £80 ; married domestic servants in excess oftproscnt; requirements,' from £60 to JSCO ; good female ¿ervants uro rather scarce, from £20 to £30. ? ,<. Sydney, April 9th.

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NEWCASTLE. FEARFUL GALE—LOSS OF THE CUMBERLAND SCHOONER AND FIVE LIVES. Sunday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

NEWCASTLE. ? : ; . FEARFUL ÖALK-rLOSS OF TOE CUMBER '; '-LAND SCHOONER AND FIVE LIVES. . - ""' ' - ,Sunday,0 p.m.'. :A'r,ilnylight thia 'inorning a south-west gnle set'in. The Atlantic, nchooner, made the pori, arid anchored, 'under Nobby'a about' 9"30 a.m.' TJie Eapid,':tiig-boat, wont out to: tow her into harbour, but : in doing so : the rope broke, and the vessel waa compelled, to. go out to sea. \ í A number of vessels . Vero ' oft' .tho port, and signals wore made from tho ílagstaíF to keep off. : They all'thon. proceeded to sea. ' . i ;¡ Tho . Cumberland* ?'?> . schooner, which - was about'two milos off, wa«' observed: rolling very much, her sails wore torn, and a fear ful sea1 running.. An immense wave struck her on the side :(and she iva mediately went down with all ihandsj . consisting of Wilson; master, and lour seamen, who wove launched; into eternity witíidiii a /moment's warning. The Elphinj jketéhj bore up io thirspot, and' remained a few-seconds,. but"'tho seai run...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

Our subscribers mrcdnformid that ¡subwip . tions'.for. the past .quarter, arc.now.duc, and- a settlement.of the same is respect- fully solicited.

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THE LATE WHARFAGE ARRANGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

THE LATE WHARFAGE ARRANGEMENT. .''?'Vi TO TUB EDITOft OP l'UE lîXASHNIîll. '.? ' ^ Sm,'-Knowmg^you to bo a man anxious to seo justice done to nil parlies, X beg to miikoufow romarkswith reference'to the arrangements . mndo between i tho 0. and Ri ll. Company nnd iMr. Keller, ; Tho. Grafton storekeepers nnd others always complained of being obligod to pay for'tho ^lindmp of their goods ¡ now sinco tho Coinpnny'liavo altered if, und deliver.:'their goods free of wharfage tlioy still growl,'because it .has been so arranged that Borne parties who expected . to derive a benefit havo'been thrown into (ho shade. ?. Mr, Fisher, who is a very enterprising mun, 'puta up a wharf, which was washed, nway, and those; who aro now foremost in declaiming against its rc-crcctioiv wera very sympathising ut,tho time,-ami even ollbrod to makoup a subscription to pay - his loss.- Had ho not been appointed tho Company's agent,- wo Bhould never havo heiii'd a word , about this wharf nuisance (?) ? ; - ? . ...

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WHARVES ON THE RIVER CLARENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

. o TO T1I¿ EDIT.OH OP TUE EXAMINER* 1 ' Sin,-I have just been informed Hint steps nroiboing taken in Grafton foV'fho'V.vioval of Fisher's Wharf, tho complaint'being'tliat'ifis au obsti'iietion to 'the nitvis gntion.. Now as many(tof :iis "uro'i.dbliged 'toycreot wlmves to . onoblo ,us to ship our, produce, L-nm; naturally anxious to know .whethertho samo ábjcólione can bo'rnised ; if'so, by »what mcanstaro weto got Nmiv, grain to market,'tho river being ouronly ltighwiry,:nnd-: . of what uso will -regular communication .'with 'tho metropolis bo to us, If (ho oreotion of tho necessary wharf accommodation is provontcd P' Talk of'obstru'o tion'forsooth; methinks tho 'fcwsnarrow-ininded iigitn tors'in'Grufton aro tho greatest: obstructionists, as ? if (hoy succeed in carrying'their point, wo-may oxpeet to soo o olean Bwcep of .ull tho*wharvos;on -tho banks ofvtho river.*; ,.¡ . ^ ; ? i 'í ¡ ' '? ' . ¡ .{.'? ' By tho bye, do not the samo objections opply to . tho ? publio- wharf recentl...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

SHIPPING _INTELLIGE?JSE. ARRIVAL. , - s ' April 12..-Grafton (s.), 210 tons, Ciiptahï ,H.:Creer,' from , Sydney Oth nn'd Newcastle'' jlOth institut., Fassengcrd - Mr. and .Mrs. ' .»V.,H. H. Becke'child and servant,-Mr. and 'Mrs,,'J. Small,* Messrs.'Pavieil, Shannon,' , Bowman, and 21 in thc steerage.

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CLEARDED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

-T - 'CLEARED OUT. ' April 14-rersuveranco, schooner, 80 tons; . Captain Smith, for Sydney. , _. --»-- ... ..

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

\ ' DEI'JVRÏUBES. April 9.-Urara '(s ), -100 tom,, Captain "Wiseman, for Sydney.. Passengers - Mr. and Miss Coclc. Messrs. 'Furlong, Eigamonti, Lamb, Logan (3), Budd, .Qçegory, Dovenald, J., T. Jones, aud six in the steerage. April ll.- Dftrt, schooner, 120 tons, Cap lain Nias/ for1 Sydney. '

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THE LACHLAN GOLD-FIELDS. Monday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

THBVLACHLAN GrOLD-riELDS. . B \> . \\ Monday morning.. ? . The escort takes 8702 ounces or gold, awl , ¡£8370'' cash:.' AU the \gold "arid;!,money deposited'at tho camp is taken1 by this escort. Our : next : returns will' show tho ? produco weekly. 1 . . ' '< A nugget .weighing: 117 ounces has been : found onthe South dead. '.j:;;. ,; The Canadian, Caledonian, and South leads . aro tho favourite ones. . SharoB aro ranging.' from £50 to £600 J , - Tho population is considerably groator than : it was during my ,-laBt:visit,. and js :incrqasing . by hundreds daily. , Tho township is oxtond i ing rapidly, and business has muchimprovod. ; Tho population is orderly,' and crime docroas , ingv- . " ' -? < ? -i ' ". '' ' '.? ' l3rnuchps of tho Commercial and Oriental 'Banks aro established, here, and tho Bank of , New South "Wales opens next weok. ': Our next escort will bo-a largo ono. Storekeepers and Merchants will do woll to forward their goodswithout'dolay, for ...

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