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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

GRAFTON POLICE, COURT.' ., . 'FRIDAY. '-};-,[J;-V: :. BEI-OJIB 'Captain ii. >E.,Hill,,P.M,V|and Mr. A. lardner, ¡T.P. < mr' ' HAUE V. MATTHEWS, v ¿J '\ . v'r;TliisiwnB:a eharge <.of: illoeiall^:éeA^aâmg andv Mceivirig from ono /"William Reynolds, toll fór%alboree crossing the .Grafton Ferry, : the said ..ho^eMiclonging-to ii.no .Police Force of 'New ScMh Wales. - Reginald Haro deposed :- Ho "was ? the commander of the police force ni this district; on tho 10th i April constable Welsh came/to him and com I plained.that tho Ferryman refusedto take ovor a. horse without payment ; he then- told him to return and stato that ho must toko tho horse over. ? . ' y ? ' William' Reynolds deposed:- AVhcnihe. came to tho ferry;-from'ibo camp, Matthews told him he. could not take him till he had bcen'over'with tho^'passengers; he:demanded¡ 2s. : which he paid ; he ;! told him it was a Government horse on duty. Patrick Doran corroborated'ihe'.evidcncoj -. and,' Matthews of...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCTION; .DUJ{. , . INO- -THE WEEK. ' ¿IR. HENBY 'ALDERSOîî.-On: Ufe ; ffromisea of ? v!: í Mr.* \Vorroll>: Queon-átreet, To-Mo*rb< nt ll . , ' i o'clock, Hóuáeliolll Furniture, &c. ¡ on Thursday ' ;< - v noit, nt íl o'olook, at'tho . Steam : l'uolíct'Hotel, :? South Grafton, Hornos, i'.,.,. -. ' . MR. HENRY MAURICE.-At tho Clarcnoo Hotel, on Sáturiluy, nt 2 o'olotk, Ton : Draught ' Horses and Humes*, Two Drays, &o.

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

-BRICES .o5~FLbüR-«and!,BRAN1 at j ?t l-FRASER\W ÖQ3S ^CARENCE RIVER FLOUMMILL. PJJB.IOAIJBS.,! L_ ffir&h^ZllJ&eliold. 'Seconds. Flour .... lSs.^y.. mi-s. Bran_ - .. - .. 7s. A S II DOW N A-Kp CO ?r**r beg. to intimate thnt the time required j in procuring :tlie execution of »a new -lease, arising from the ^peculiar, tenure of the pro pcrty, : being much'.longcr than was anti- cipated^ theyi¡are - compelled- to ; defer : until after thc winter their intended; alterations. In; the meantime they. will continue thc ' . SALE AT BEDUCJÍD .PEACHS, of their large tmà-fiuiei STOCK OF^M^N^RY,,, of superior quality, .yelling,, sevciul ' ex- tensive ' /"'"', SHIPMENTS </F NEW GOODS; - arrived and to;;arrive,' which were1, ordered for the new ^premises. , -, , «eorge and tiing streets, Sydney. ,Márch^28tb, 1862. '_328 CALifAGr^Ak AND - SON, . 307, GBORGVSTREET, . Opposite Royal I^otcl, Sydney. HAVE MUCH PLEASURE in mi . , nouncing to their friends and the I public, th...

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

CAUTION. — The Public are Cautioned against giving CREDIT to my WIFE,   MARY ANN SMITHERS, she having   left her home without any cause or provo- cation. I will not be responsible for any debts she may contract after this date.   HENRY SMITHERS.     Prince-street, April 14th. 359     i?O'! REWARD. - LOST, from the Ewingar Creek, a.' Roan- MARE, bmndetLBB under saflcUfc,jand No. 7, near shoulder j also, a BafyvHSHtSEi JP near shoulder, ' white hin(jffbtç snip on nose. Apply to TlIOMAS/lORTON, Tableland Diggings. April 8th. ? 1. 3G0 .". .,. JBACOtf. BACON. PRIME 'GRAPHED BACON for íííWALE,-«t.tlL a^numbcivoffStG », mil'sizes.>">''.'1 ROBERT MÜI'R; ^obie^tréc't.' PUBLIC HOUSE FOR SALE. TDOR SALE, by private contract,- the A QUEEN'S., ARÄIS,. at UPPER T00L00M.\ Th^hc\s« contains1 bar, large dining' roosn," DfnÖour, ' bedrooms, .detached kitchc^serv^t'sVooiu, butcher's ! shop,'stook ywAs,4" s...

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

; IMPORTS. " ; Ver April 12.-Grafton (c.), from'; Sydney : 1 ;casog.T' - variiîcd iroit<\ 1;- cask1 chain, ' 8 v quartcr-cuska Bhcrry, 4'cases brandyj.l :paoknge tobáceo,- 9 bilga sugar, G .big* rice, 1 caBeiiíiisluva, V cn'sodliccsc, 1 ease, 1 truss,' '1 bundle copping,'l'easu chains, l;cnsc oil, I box jug?, 4 drums oil; 1 nest tubs, 1 log shot, .G: burs . iron, -,1 ^:_.ho(!ebcn<l Biindriea. lAuridlo-Smv. covers, IV-Fishor; .- . > ; a00 bitgsrioc¿ >t bag* flo)fr;"''!ba(t¿ilcatk.flsb, O', bbxos :-v 1 half-chest loàV'4 boxes eii»dIos,.l'box tobocooy.2 eases, . l^box rios flour, liboskct, G bags ; sugar," Ty* Chung ¡ 11 bugs enif, 1G bags sugar, 4 hulf-chests tea, 1 coso . oundles, 1 keg shof ,\ I case,'2 lotsibogs, J¿;M'Fuddon¡ . '.»..'.IO boles,"3 horses, l'olico Forco;' 1 oase, Clerk Petty . Sossions ; :2.bi»lu&-bIaiikotí, </¡k Hil chins und Co. ; 6 bales .blankots, l^lico^Mugts'tralo ¡ 3 trunk«, <1 bug - -flour, 1 bog sugar...

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

EXPORTS. ' : -April" 9. -Urara;.(s.), ,,.for iS.vdno,T : -.1700! bugs 1Í70 ounces gold, Sóbales wool, 6 bales-'elteop. ' Htiiip,-5'coops fowls, 5 boxes eggs, S horace, TS hides, und sundries. / l : April ll-Duri, eoliooncr, for Sydney : 1150 bags ? ; ' lDiiizp, lUJOOash'slavcvr ?: ? f. ? ??? .'April'. 14;- Porscveranoiy sehooner, fur :Sjd»cv l :2'),000 feet ironbark,. 12 OOO loot. sawn, 'limber,-1600 horus, 2 tuns hoofs and bones, 20 cases .empty jure, : : - *.|* ;We are'requested io' state that the /Grafton-, (s.) - will leav.e:.tbe Company's wharf, i nt 8.a.m., tu-moiTO\v .(Wednesday) morning.; . -This slight deviation ; uv the hour < of dopiu . turo ^rendered ueceasaryj, ip .order .to pro v.- vent ¿dotorttiqn na;t ,.tltie. .bAr, -.so. essential to -:'-'.:kvm'0idívt«ftll'1áme8,'moi!B^pívrtículaifly at (tliis >8ensoji(pT;the year',' " , lt r /'3-'he schooner Elizabeth was advorlisod to ' r]oavó:Sydiiey for Grafton on Saturday, .last, ' . and may.- ilioroforo: be 'dail...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [FERRIS, SON, AND DOYLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE. CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. ; ? [PERMS, SON, AND DOYLE.] U Maize.-4« Gd to 6s por ibiisliol.. ' " .< -v ? Oats.-4s Od to 5s 3d per hushcl. ?'. . " ? Barley-Capo, ,6s j English, Gs pov bushel.: v ?. Wheat-r-4s 8d to 4a. Oil por bushel 'j ditto imported, !6s to 6s 3d por bushel. ' /. Bran-ls 2d to'lsdd perbushol: '., Bacon"-7d to Od por lb,, soaroo,- r Butter-Od'to ls'3d per lb/ .. ' ? " Cftlvc8,10a to 86s cnoh- ?. ????v . Cheese-Gd to"íd por'lb. ' Tlour-Fjno.town,'£13 10a¡"couhlry, aBl3¡. Ade ?laido, £13 to £H per ton.' . ..' Hay-Lucorno, £6,10s to £0 por ton; oatmy£G. Onions--15a to 20s por owt.. ? Potatoes-JSfi to £8 per ton.. ? ^. Tallow-Beef, 32s Gd lo 34sÍ0dper owl. j mutton, 41s to 42s per owt., v .<;rv , ; i" ' ; -, ? i.;.. . Hides-Cured and heavy, ,13s 4o 46s .oaoh j small and light 4s to 12s eaoh. . . Sheepskins-5d.to7dporlb Seeds-Bluo :top grass as Gd, Araorioan pra'irio grass ,3s Gd; whito olover 2s,. lucerno (Fronoh-nnd'Colonial...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (From the Arntidale Express.) NEW WESLEYAN CHURCH AT ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

LÄ.TEST INTBLIiaElïOB.. (Frorn tho \Jflrnlidctlo" "Express)) ' NEW WESTiEr-AN Oirirnoir: ir 'AitiriDAXE. -'Yesterday wo were lavoreu with, nu in- spection of tho plan'Which will-probably .be adopted for. tho .-new- Wesleyan- Church ,at Armidale. Tho total length of - tho building will ho about .'SS; and its breadth mahout 28 feet. Provision 'is mndo for about 200 sittings for adults, and the pinn ndmitB.of a gallery being subsequently erected. Judging from tho plan, tho structure will bo a very neat ono.. . Tho designer 'is- Mr. Bowe, architect, of Sydney. ? V Mr. Cowper ¡is going to Queensland'at the end of' tho.month, to make arrangements for the collection of the Border Customs. The judges havo intimated that.the1 rerdict .of felo-de-se, ; in - ibo r case.iof .Miss1 -Loftus, ?must-bo. sot asido on several grounds ; but the formal judgment>will not bo pronounced till the Crown has notico. ??> < < ? . ...i . Sydney.,'Friday. Mr.. Cowpor will, visit .tho ...

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

florence ' nair. §ir|jinonlr ..: ,<ÊYiinjinor, f - - , TUES DA Y", APRIL 15, ,1802..; Tim Cotton,'-" Growings Committee, at Sydney, appear to:/have begun iii - right atmest, upon thc subject of . cotton.A I change has conic/Over-their dream's at last,; even thc metropolis feels that, there arc more precious things than gold.' : Thc colonies have been-slow to. learn that a rich fertile and abundant soil has in it. the elements of a much richer harvest than thc ephemeral' o;ic' of nuggete^-ithe results of a permanentland stable population, must always be. more pleasing and profitable than the casual and fortuitous successes'df a wandering and irresponsible" gathering of gold-seekers-^ who like the .troubled sea arc ever in motion. AVJthjBueh an illimitable supply of land and beneficent climate, wc have " all the elements of a great and. thriving country ;, one only element of 'suc- cess is. i wanting^-a, .. wantlf.which i may easily be,1 supplied/::: from : ;,the .' excessi...

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

..4. ,. Steam to Sydney. \, ^ U.4N.: gg;-* COMPjWST^tçgliiship GRAFTjf N»j / ' foi; SYDNEY, TO-MORROW '(Wednes-1 -;:na'jVMORNING, nt dayfoht*.. ' FOR S YD NEY. H E '^CLIPPER Schooner ,_ ' -/^^AjtyT ,; - Captain'NIAS (so fwommy known on \ the Hunter, in the grJSi Màé)r will. con-, tinue as a regular roper to/this port..'. .1 ' - Any party having cargó from Sydney,. can have it landed &i tíay'y,wharf on the. river, at ¿21 per toa/ Maize, . 7d. .per bushel. ' " ; ? 313 | Australian Joint Stock Bank. ....jVrOTICE ia hereby given, that; interest, :W* 'is allowed/by this,Bankton-fixed! de- | , posits, namely :- , . . On deposits for . 12 months, 4 percent, per annum. : vil!> J ,7. i On deposits' for6«oilths/3 per cent, per annum. <J *V J 1 On deposits for 3 mentira, 2 per cent, per ; annum. ' / \ ?BANK POST Bin/ with . interest added j at these rates;respectively are issued payr able to order. 1 !. . I HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. 1 Victoria-street Grafton, 2 : TENDERS. ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Our columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Unit ooliínma ure opon to nil writers who. refrain ? ' > from- tho uso of virulent language or personalities ; ...{.-...C-'.but wo'»uro not* responsible 'for opinions ci v pressed. ' , , i TO MIK fiDITOB OT TUB EXAMINEE. SIB,-Will you allow mo-through theoolumns.of,.ypurl; '. paper to say a fow words in rqforeuce^o tlio( letter, of i XXX,on tho Into wharf meeting, .'whioh .appeared in ; - your Inst issuo; Ia'tho Qrst plooe,'when I signed' the requisition it wna ,;with nq . intention of tating i nny; active part in tho meeting, or of moving any .rosolu-: tl henrdagnovanooexiBtod, and was'willing to tho mutter discussed. . Now,- Mr.- Editor, -I don't js to bo an orutor nor possessed : of a , great: nt of brass^but had I boon a first-class speaker, ; uld have said nonioro on tho occasion, ns I nm , poraon to injuro any-singlo Individual ;^neither, would the resolution havo boen placed in my; hands,' .had it not boon for iho mannor tho ? meeting wast teamed o...

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NEW CASTLE. (From the Herald.) PROBABILITIES OF A STRIKE. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

NEW C'A STL E.' ' (IVom the Herald.) ! PROBABILITIES ? OE A STRIKE. -Friday, 8 p.m.' ?;'-;/The-'^WallBond^K.Opmpany,fl,...minerB 'haye' dèmauded.ohe "shilling; per yard (extra,-: and threepence per ton \ extra for ¿ gotting.î, An answer is to ¡1 be ,< given to-morrow, i iilf j ¡tho, terms, are (.not-<acceeded to, fourteen, {days', notico will be given for a atrike., Tho Goal and Copper Company's miners are:going,to hold a meeting for the purpose, of resolving 'to prohibit the supply of coal from\the Coal and Copper Company's mines to the Steamers undor contract, with: the1 A.-;^Aj^ornpany,> There ia also a hitch with the aimers at the Minmi minos.The following notice wil\be posted up at all the A. A. Company's pits to-morrow morning : " Notice is horSby given .that, after Saturday next, 5th Aprilpthe A\ : A.-¡Company's D, E, and F pits will bo closed unless the manager ' receives notice before seven o'clock,, on : tho evening of .that day, that on the , Mond...

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ENTRANCES FOR THE RANDWICK METROPOLITAN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

ENTRANCES EOETHE RANDWICK I . METROPOLITAN MEETING. . ? Ti'iE^foll owing entrances woro declared lust Monday, for tao coming Metropolitan moot- ing, viz.-\ \ \ V ÏRIAL-STAKES. . , Black TonimyA Lilla, Poter 'Possum, Lunatic, Trcato. \ . AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB,HANDICAP. ; TuoDon, Eugenio,Puter Finn, Grasshopper, Ryan's Moss,Hose, Trump Curd, Dozy, Pasha, Transit, Shamrock, Moss Hose, Ben Bolt, Young Morgan, ¡ Flying Doe, Talleyrand., , ! ? SQUATTERS'1 runs n. Captain Gnnt,Now Ohum,' Solinnj Potentate, Wonder, Teddington, Eucalyptus; William Tell, Ada, : Stork. ? ? I ST. LECIER. : i Tho Nun, Triticomalco,' Scamp, Miss Tempest, I Aldorman, Troubadour,- Spartan, Exeter, Lady Jane, k Volunteer, Lunatic, Kyogle.*V . ' 1 '. CHAMPAGNE, ¿STAKES. I Colt by Warwick, Tho Jade,' Zenobia, Rifle Bird, I Lady Mary, Haidee; 'i V H' . I . ' QUEEN'S 'MIATE. . . .Scamp, Union Jack, j Trump; Card, Troubadour, Now Chum, Shamrock, Exeter^ Archer, Moss Rose, Lunatio,-Talleyrand, Kyogle.. ?* ?' . ? ? ??' .,...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

Uli M A It It A. I Liai0M 0Utt CORRESPONDENT.] | THE SCHOONER-DART.-The Dart loft hero on Wednesday last, with a. full cargo of maizo; and'Captain Nias stated he had been" compolled to refuse several hundred bags. We .think this ought to open tho eyes of. tho managers of the 0. and lt. E. S.rN. Com .pany, whon our farmers prefer a sailing vessel before a'steamer to got their produce to marketa moro particularly so early in tho sea|on,^a.s wo feel certain that a great deal of ^lie corn Chipped was not sufficiently. dry I to go'a lojig W voyage. Wo trust our ¿ot ! tiers will endeavour to givo Captain Nias all tho hack froightthey can, so that it . will he sufficiently.remunerative for him to continuo in tho trade. . ¡ ... ? i ...,(.. >?,..-.. . ,U . ?.EPISCOPALIAN Cuimon.-We are at last likolyto havo ii churoh built in our parish. The "¡Rev. A.-Selwyn was round last weok with a list, to raiso funds for tho abovo. pur; pose, and wo understand, was very successful m his mission ; . a...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) A case which Moly carno betöre tue . 'Criminal Court (that of a girl named Sosanna OIBrion, charged, with concealing the birth of a child), stronglyjixemplified the .incapacity which prevails ,íñ our : minor tribunals. It was found >|jhaV;the girl had . been illegally and improperly committed ; and the Judge commented strongly oh the injustice done to defendant'by tho ignorance .of tho committing magistrate, Captain Scott. - Twelve' Chinamen have, been fined £10 | ? each for being without the exemption tickets required by .the Chinese Act. It is thought, however* that the penalty will bo remitted, as it was liottheir fault, but that'of'the officials representing thov Government, that; they could not procure the tickets when , applied for. i Mr: Thomas Terry, ' who,- has hfeen book ??Tteepor' iii the' office of Messrs.. Manning .and ?'Co. " during^-the last two- ^years',., expired. .sudden]/ in his office on1 Thursday'last. A man has boen killed on*, tho...

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

M UNIO l-l» A L COUNCIL/ THURSDAY. . PRESENT: The \ Mayor, - Aldermen "Archer, Kobinson, Payne, Gilmore, M'Faddcn, and Cowan. The minuteSiOf: the.last meeting .were read aud conlirmed.- > . ' . XETTEI1S. - ..'.'-A'letter fromCaptain Wiseman," with rc* forenco to payment of the ropo for tho Grafton Forry,,was road.1 ? ' . , : 1 >- - i J", Letters from Messrs. Strauss,' Geary,* -and Conroy, with reference to tho payment of accounts wore referred to tho Finance?- Com- mittee. : i ? . . i . A lotter from Mr. Fisher,: askingpermis- sion to erect a handrail on the cutting lead ing*to the wharf. ' 1 " :.:-.?. Upon the .reading of tliis letter, a discus- sion ; arose, between : Aldonncn Archer, ^GihnoYe^and Cowan on. the ono- side,- and Alderman» Payne, oh tho other, ?. which , ter- minated in!,the 'following resolution' being adopted. \/ . : :, ¿, ; Moved by^Aldernïàn Archer, seconded by Alderman Gilmore,-"That tho Council have no powor to grant permission for the erection of any obs...

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

MEETING.OF VOLUNTEERS. ! ON Saturday last, the UBual monthly parado took pince at Grafton. The attendance was good, but tho manner in which the corps went through thoir oxorcise, was any tiling but creditable. . ?-. i '.,:?..?'. >l In the evening, the corps met at the ;'As- sembly Rooms, for the purpose of electing a first-lieutenant. . About fifty volunteers at- tended. Captain GREAVES presided,.and*oponodtho meoting-by stathlgtho business-which^was to oloct a first lioutonant in the placo of Mr. Jones, recommended to tho Government 'for appointment, but who had refused to ?ratify. ,| thoir choice, consequently, they wero called upon'to proceed tp afresh élection. Ile hacír heard it stated 'that Mr. Jones was to ;be proposed again that night ; ho' thought such a step woulu'be most unwise.-* ' ; Mr. ARCHER said bethought Mr. Jones had'been put to groat expenso - in 'prbcuring. his dross; and os-.-Hr. . JoneV was gone to Sydney,1 ho would ascertainl \vhoti?er it was competent for ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. ABORIGINAL DEATH SONGS. URARA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 15 April 1862

ABORIGINAL DEATH SONGS.             BY HENRY KENDALL.   URARA.     Euroka, go over the tops of the hill,   . For the DsATH'CLoVfisf bava paasüd ui to-day,:; ; ; "AAnd we'll cry in the dark fur tue footfalls etUI, .:, - - /And the track« which ore fading\away I ? '-<Let thom yell to their lubra», thcBulglubuh dog»,". , .'.:>And ny how our brother», were »loin, . . .. ¿ v . We »hall wipe out our grief' in tho blood of their chief. And twenty more dead on tho plum- ? : ? ' . : : On tho blood-Bpattercd spur» of tho pluiu ! .????y.- ' But the low winds sigh, ~:' , And the dead leaves fl)-, . '.:_:'::??"> ??-!..: Where our Warriors lie, ''^ ?, ?.'! - la the dingo's den -in tho white cedar glen, On the banks of tho gloomy Urara 1 . ._' ? Urara, Urara! .< .-:.<??? I,-?:>,',-;) '. On the banks of the.gloomy Urara! I i>'...

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

ULMARRA.                   Alone - Alone!     '.Willi s honet liko a stone, .'?Slie'raakoth hat' moan, , - ? » . ? At tho feet of. tho trew, v ? : With her ftioo on her knoce, And her hair streaming ovor ¡ ; Wildly, aniLwjldh', aud wildly ;? ? ïor aho misjos,. thVlradlw of hor lover ! Do you heather,' UhnnrfV) ?- >. >. vOh, where are tho tracks of. her lover ? :. Qo by-goby! \i , ? . : \ : - - 'They hilve told hor a Ho, . ? : : . v : .(Who said he-was nigh, ' , \ !--. In tho white-cedar ¿lon-, . . . ? ; ¿. 1 ! ' ' In the camps of-his men ¡ .. . ' v- ?-? ??< 'vv .¡?(And she Biltoth there woeping ! ' . 1 .'..- '.Weeping, and weeping,'and woeping,. ..- 'Tor tho faoeof a warrior sleeping. , -.. .. Do you hear her, Ulmarra P-\ .?.??.. . !.;. ! ;? . ' Oh, whero is her warrior sleeping?; ..,. ... '? A dream-a droam ! ,'!??, That the...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

' ITALY. : .The; Italians aro menaced with a;new .difficulty. A party, around the King- is ?strongly urging.him,to:suspend Parliatnentry G overnment and issue a dictatorship. ; "Tho Bourbonists'aro organising a new inva ' sion'of tho Noapolition provinces. .' ' ' . ? ;Tlie:Kingis true,, to;his. motto Freedom and Unity."

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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