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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. London, 4th March, 8.15 p.m., Via Malta and Alexandria. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. London, 4th March, 8.15 p.m., . . Y,ia Malta and Alexandria. . .AMERICA. Tlie Federals "have gained^, fresh victorios. Tho Soiitlieraers\aroVnucli alkrmod.. ;The.Treasury noto-dnlHmB qeen passed hy the Séllate. V, . Prince Napoleon, in au eloquent speech, de- mands'tho evacuation of Borne. ? >, . . . Student manifestations havo occurred at Pariß ; thore have been several arrests. , The Pension Bill was rejected. In Italy Iticasoli has resigned. Ho could not agrco with Victor Emmanuel ; Eatazzi succeeds. - , Garibaldi is at G^enoa.. I ' Tho wool sales luise oMiicd, and previous ! prices maintained^ V ' :''' "'"

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

' /.' PRODÚCE MARKETS. Hides ia limited demand prices rather, low. Tallow,. heavy sales of Australian, at a declino of, 6d. to Od. per cwt. Suoiii. - Lnrgo business donjgSr at an advance of from- Gd. to ls.- per cwt. The . COHN.-English wheat maintaining formor, rates. ;' Foreign-decline of from ls/, to 2s. per quarter, Oats given way Cd. per quarter.

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

PRÔDU&E OIliqjLARS.' [ANDERSON, CÀVPUEXL, AND CO.'S] j .Arrivais during tito pnst wcckUiavo been compara- tively fewyand prices'liavo bonssquontly been protly firm, ri i- . - Maizohas vomainod at'ls. Cd. for parcels of prime, but it is likely this price will »ot bo maintained long. ? ,\Vbtófrjlcmuina protty firm at 4s. Gd.íto 4s. Od; for good lío j¡ South Wale».. ?' :-x->> . Flour.|3 rather dull of .solo, at £13, for best samples. Bran is'down to ls. par bushel wholesale. Hay-Lucerno remains at £6 10s, to £6. Potatoes have? advnuced» in price, and aro in fair demand nt £610s. to £0. Wollongong Butter, if prime, 'soils readily at ls. j inferior and middling quito unsaleable . Bacon-Od. to" 7d. per lb. for primo 1 : Darloy, English-Bs. .to Cs. per bushol Ditto Capo-4s to 4s Gd Bran-ls por bushel ' ' Butta¿-9d"to la perub.">\ Calves-SGBAO 4Qs eaoh ,.Chcejo-3d to* Od; V 'V- . 'Plour-finest Towto-¡fij.4 por lpn Ditto, flnost Adelaide-£14 ditto i , Ditto, Ono,Country, #lj...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

LATEST- CAMMER Cl AL. : lír. ÏÏENiir MAimion reportan gó'od: attendance' niid spirited bidding nt bis ii orso salo on Saturday. Ho disposed of eight draught horses, at from £7 18s. to Alfi 5s., nvorasing £11 8s. per, head ¡ ono saddlo horse, with saddle and bridló for £8 fla., and ono two year old filly, for £5 6s. Tho'drays, harness, &o., ; realised very fair prices.-Wo aro . requested to stato that MrjMaiirico intends holding a weekly. Bnlo of live stock, every Saturday,, 1 ' , -

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

'CluMttô -ató ^icïjmonb . Y/ ¿TUBSI)AY,( APRIL 22, 1802*.. ' THE occnsioiiuUyisilSóf^the.road contractors , j and inspector,, .reminds* us, íotV, a flight of I butterflies, in.^the spring,-ttyjy ilivo -their" i short day of . pleasure and theh;?disappcur ; not, however, we presume to work out their contracts upon our roads, but we are in- formed to enjoy themselves under a^more ? genial sky. Every one has a right to spend his earnings in the way and manner which :he thinks.flt. We don't quarrel with that, but we have , a right to enquire whether these gentlemen have done the work they contracted for ;. or if ( in 'ithehv thirst for pleasure they have made such provisions for carrying on the.contracts ns the circum- stances demand. Humour says not. Hu- mour is.not however always.to.be.depended upon; there may bb'rodd parties on the road clearing and; removing obstructions j they may be clothed in invisible green one thing is however certain", no one can tell where tbtey arc, and* fur...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO THE 4TH OF MARCH. (FROM THE HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

AllllIVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO THE fei . OF /MARCH. ''(moil THE HERALD'SCORRESPONDENT.) '. . .'. ; » : . , Tuesday, 10 30 a.m. Tho P. and 0. Company's steamer Madras, Captain Studd, from Gaile, broached King George's Sound at' threo p.m., on the 10th instant, with the English mail.. , Passengers for Melbourne ; Miss Pearson, Messrs. Lighorn,W.ooà, Mathieson, Coil, Bell, and Captain Smith. ?' Passengers for i^dhoy:, Mrs. Neal and 2 children, Mrs. Peers, Missy Donovan, "Miss Campbell, Captain Hart,*Mossrs. Ponsonby, S alting (2), Pownall, Smith* Parnell, . Dates, : Brocklehurst, and Mrs._ : ^Adot, ; Messrs. Stephenson, .Scott, : Whitty/S^Morris, and Richards. ? ? ., ?' ' ' ' . .Tho December Australian, Mails : were . .' de-: jliverod iu London, on the 13thi and 19th February. ! . . "' ?" Tho Queen'continues inS'otirement; The Princess Eoyal has, arrived in England on a visit to her, Majesty, also Prince Alfred. A marriage treaty between the Princess Alice and Prince Louis of H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

Steam to Sydney; M *kC r^iiu C. ond'R. R..S. NI' =S3to COMPANY'S Btdfm URARA,/W/J fd,- SYDNEY, TO-MORROW /Wednes , nay) MORNING, nt daylight. ' >: - THOMAS FISHER,' Agent." ~<fflirenceJ - and Richmond Rivers* Steam Navigation Company. fOTICE.-To supply suffi- cient accommodation for ? thc' shipments of grain, &c., . to, Sydney, the'steamers of this Company will leave. Sydney and Grafton ' on ;: the following dates :- . ? ?>??. . ??. '-.Tissa. SYDNEY.- VF^'I-GRAFTON.'. Grafton, 23rd April ,.April , "Urara, 28th April/ .//Srd May Grafton, 2nd Ma/-/. A7th May ; .Urara; . 7th M¡fy/..C/l3th May , .>. Grafton, 12th May/..,-17th'May Urara, 16th Ma/' ... 21st,May : ;;s Graflon, 21st May ... "27tli,May, TILMOUTH F. DYID/Secretary. V.-373, ; -y;^,, ;,;<:?,^j^^^^-;, - FOR SYDNEY, H II E< CLIPPER: .'Schooner _L ??;DfA R Ty Captain NIAS iMournbly known on the II unter, in me gratti trade), will con- tinue' as a' regular'! tranter to this port. . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

Insolvent Estate of ALFRED HITCHINS and CO'. XTOTICE.-All persans indebted to ,this .rV* Estate . aro^-ec^irgd t^ . PAY .the amount' of thau^Arispectivc.. DEBTS roiiTHWiTii, to síylí. »A-RKER, solicitor, Prince-street, , Grafton, - otherwise , legal proceedings wilruc instituted- .without - dis- tinction. . ; . ? ? . . ' . -t'376 : BEEF FOR THE MILLION, at the ¡Lowest Remunerative Figure. THE UNDERSIGNED are anxious ,to i supply a want which they believe isl really existing in both Grnftons and their vicinities-the delivery to tho inhabitants I rof really good BEfi^F/at a really cheaps rate-and.they in^Beftrinined hy studious ! care - and unrenjnMmi/oxertious, to descrvc'i that patronng/^'hijeh is certain to .he | awarded to them .by a [discriminating public'. ..'.'( '? *.' '.' '1 'WILLIAM SMALL, GEORGE -NEALE. Ost oí* i'riccs : -Wholesale ' .. .. lld. . Retail .. .. Hu. .. TpENDERS, forBLEARING a piece of | 7^- ground on tVe/Lrorth Arm, will be received -up vto ji ^/d'oWVIny." vlpp...

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SICKNESS AND DEATH ON THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

SICKNESS AND ; DEAITE OÎT THE DraouMOS.': . -Sickness'"'from colonial fever lias.been Very??prevalent'of ?? late. '-We recently heard . of ono-'melancholy instance -of "the death of four young men; '. This.'occurred at the lower-end'of Chanco- Gully,"-.near theviunc-. tiouj our informant who knew tho whole of those parties well,"nientioried that the chango from the most' robust health'and'strength to. that that ends all our troubles and sorrows -^dèath and 'the 'grave-was very sudden.. The time only ocbupiedvsome three or four days since,he^rstvBaw. íheni in health and strength; haydaKwork in peir claim, till they wer'o buried?. Tliëre'is something striking and solemn, even toHheNnoat callous amongst 1 us, when we thus see youth and health hurried to the tomb so suddenly. Mt ; is hoped tho. sickness will soon bo over; the present bene- ficial chango in the purity of the atmosphere and the coolness of the air, added to the plentiful supply. of pure and wholesome water, will produce t...

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NEW SOUTH WALES INSOLVENCY RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES -INSOLVENCY . .' ' ? BULES. OAPTATN HILL, P.M.,'having been appointed Commissioner of Insolvent Estates for- the district of the. Clarence, tho- following insol- vent rules are' published for general infor- mation:-- ???? ... ?.? . . ? .; TVESV&Y; 21st Dir OP Tmuinr, 1862. >:*.\> General Repeal of . Rule's. 'It* pursuajicn of tho powers and authorities vested m * tlie Jurlgespf tho SuprSino Court, nnd in tho Chief Commisiioirtr of.Intoli'eVfc 'Estates respectively, by. tho Act 5 \^ctorin,vNb. \jVind the sovcral" ActB passed for nnftrWng t[ia)^(tpr some or ono of them,' ? all, tho existing General Bules ^Insolvency nro hereby repealed,.and the following established in 'hon.thereof .-to (alto oflecfc on the 1st day of^JTebruary, 18G2 : " . . SITTINGS. Supreme Court. V. The Supremo Court? will sit to henr appeals,' and Huch.onior.npphcntions as may ba .brought bofore it, from tfoie to time, ns may be appointed. .< ..' ?? ? Chief Commissioner. - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

LUCKY ESCAPE ¡pnoar STICKISO-UP.-Ou Friday morning, the llev. Dr. Lung loft Mr. M'GutnneDa', Great Eastcnv Hotel, .by, tho coach bound for Tass,:bufc whouvho."arrived. a<¡ the camp it was found that eight prisoners and four of the police force had also "to, pro-' ceed in the same dir^ctuwtby the Bame. cou-, voyance. It was thefefore>deomed. prudent that the . rev. gonllemanVBhoùld'. vacate- his seat, and either postpone^ Ins- 'departure in such respectable company, or. procure some " other conveyance. By the promptitude of Mr. Smith, of tho Grout "Eastern, a dogcart was.obtained, and the Dr; ?started for Yass by the Burrowa-road, instead of by Binalong, .. within an hour after ¡the departure- of the ?Yass ; coach, at'.seven o'clock a.m. ..On ar rivinc; ? at -Wombinumba, - five mile's from , Lambing Flat, an individual stepped into the ,?? road, and requested' tho gentleman driving tlie dog-eart.to speak with ? him. aside. On . 8tepping^out of the road tho stranger told...

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THE ROAD MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

THE HOAD .MANAGEMENT. . ??.TO TUR EDITOR'OF TIIK EXAMINKU. Sin,-r-Will you be kind enough to inaort tho following lottor, at I consider tno^ny 'IJ^f the . improvements ; on ÓHr roads,n.reoarrioa^out,_Jj'^suol>;ns ,to .demand a strict onquiryv -;,Havinjkbeeirtravelling on the dif-. fereht rbadsup to New Ekland; whore I 'expected to" Bee a groat many men ât woNt, I was greatly surprised , not.to .find any ; and tho only reason assigned was tho Bub-oontraofors were ndt.paid.for.last year's work by tho contractor, nor by tho superintendent-Mr. Keole. . Tho'contractor tenders ,fór so' iniicli pér" milo for keopirig the roads in repair, and I may safely Bay that, there, lias beon nothing done'this year, and vory little ?last-year for all tho money' tliathas been voloi. 1 will givo.you Bomb idea ta to how the gendering for the 'roads was eon^ueteoshnyteK ' Mr. Keelo advertised forstender* to bb in Bb Kel Vniddlo of January,1 and when tho time ayriyeoMbmh\ tenders to bo uooopted, he adve...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

I." ' . I . -SYDNEY.-, . ? ' ¡(From .the Jlerahl) ., ¡ . : . 'VICE AND / ITS ; Bestir/r.--Ou 'Tuesday morning.'a woman named Catherine Goldring, described na a prostitute/wos.foun in sensibioiunder ¿ apay,in ayard at. the foot of Market-street, and lying near her the dead body of au infant to'/ which sho had given birth in the night. Tho woman waa removed to tlíe Benevolent; Asylum,where, stimulants were, administered, and there is a probability of her recovery. An inquest on tho body of. theinfant will be held to-day. ? ... -The Bov. A..-B. Davis, formerly of Jamaica, has beon appointed, minister of tho Hobrew congregation in Sydney. A dinner, was given to Mr. John Garrett, at Wollongong, on Monday, by about thirty gentlemen, on the occasion of his .departure from the district,,to,enter on. his duties as Police Magistrate at Port Bourke. . ?'. Mr. George Morant Simpson, accountant, expired puddenly at his residence in Balmain, ,on thursday^ morning.: " Disease of the heart frbmWhic...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WERK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

ABSTKAOT^QF. SAXELBY ArjOXIQ^DUH INO TH13 WERK." ' MR J. HENRYri^D^SÖN-,^^^ of . Mr. T. Cowpor, South Grafton, on,Thnrsdny,' nt' 31 o'clock; Household Furniturofand Effects. , MR. HENRY'MiURIfE.-At thoOlaronco Hotel, ? on Monday, at"l2 o'clock,' Handsome '.Framed I . Engravings'.-, s,^ ? j;' .? ¡ ,,; iNSOtYEÏOY; -r Befoi'O I Captain Hill^P.M., Commissioner. An ad- journed first meeting in tl» estate of A.. Hitchins laud' Co., a debt foi:.' wages at tho. rate of £150 per annum was (laimed! by Mr. Brown, who failed to prove jhe.same ;, and wages as allegedly insolveat, viz;, £100, per annum was Clewed. J . I PUINOB CONSOMMS STATUS ASSOCIATION. -Circulars fromY {Hs- Association)! having j been forwarded to ttcV Mayor! requesting thej co-operation of the residents ¡in this district,'; a public meeting will be held in the j Court-1 House at noon^on Saturday.uoxt, toïçh'scuss the matter.. ; . " li.. . . ': . APPOINTMENT.--.Mr.,.E.P. Samson has been appointed Bailiff ofjthe G^ourtvof Eeaue...

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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. THE PUBLIC WHARF SUBSCRIPTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINED. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. üon columns uro opon to., all writ ora who refrain ? from tho uso^orrirnlent language or personalities ; ? : but, wo oré\ns¿ responsible for opinions os , pressed. %, \ r'TIIH PtTBLIO WlIARI^SUBSORIPTIOIiS. Í TO IO EDITOR* Ol' TUE EXAMINED. Sin,-At tho late wharf meeting held at tho Assembly Rooms, tho Mayor stated " that several parties who. Und promised to subscribo had failed to do BO." No\fc \ Sir, nra tho Hnancca of tile Council so low that theyj oaniibt afford to advertise' the list, showing tho paid and unpaid subscriptions ¡ or was tho lint upon whiuli .I jplaeod ruijr name- n"boria':üdo*bnrtl ''bectt»so"iT so, ther'e.sliquld bo .plenty; of .funds to pay tho balance' '^ow-ciÏÏd'-;tDÇthe contractors: Surely tho timo has passed When subscribers to any publia object aro lo bo told tlioy aro defaulters) when thoso who olmrgo them NBQLiîOT TiiÉjÀ DTOr.'by withholding tho names. TiHisliuK ou^w^rlRv Mayor-will not fail to bring this mutter under tlinnotioo^...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

ULMARRA, [THOM OUR COIUIESFONDENT.] TEA PAKTY AT TUE WESLEYAN Soliooii CHUBOH.-The Wesleyan tea-party came off on Good Friday, according to announcement. Tho attendance was very good. Tho river stoamer Ulmarra brought down a number of Grafton friends. The school-church was twice fdled with tho company, who were evidently enjoye'd. The ladies distinguished them- selves in tba great-richness 'and abundance of their ? provision. Complete success.at I tended all the arrangements - nearly £20 i being realised for tho '? Building Fund. Toa over, the. public meeting commenced with i singing and ,prayer. The Bev. W. Fidler : presided, who said he had expected the pre isenco of another minister, but was^ disap- pointed ; yet thoro were a number of-gentle ?men present who would address . them. Ho thought they had acted wisely in selecting Good FridayA^lt always seemed to him a »most stupid dajjjj-no que was-disposed either |tp . pray/in oarnesb.or tb play. . Ile thought ¡if'it must have relig...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

BIRTHS. DYE.—On the 8th instant, at Kinvarra, Balmain,   Mrs. Tilmouth F. Dye, of a daughter.   CREER.—On the 19th instant, at her residence   Commercial Hotel, Prince-street, Grafton, Mrs.             Edward Creer, of a son.            

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

IMPORTS             April 18.— Urara(s.), from Sydney: 2 casks ale and porter, 10 bags flour, 1 case wine, Bundock and Co. ; 2 bales blankets, l package, Pol¡ce Magistrate; . /i l.ppi'ccJfj'M^tliesoii'; ;l¡ca8e,;.l box sago/ -1 oaso janiB, '*. ' XtfApetMyuain&iÍ,-;bátt currniile(-2»ínnt8 sugar, .. ^i.^efö'fau^'&'ifögs' .liait» ''l' ,ci»k migar,. 1: package .-'?' ¡cryatalí,'!'kegibuttcr,' 1 tex'1 sundries ï' Shoveller j/ ;-i ,;/í parçoli'.Jr^jWibJin'-i 52 bilga iraok Bult, 1 '"caso iron," :" ,'J3 chcBts,"4 ijálf-cliosts G qikrt»:ob.csta, ten, 3 .cases; C...^'àWdrieii,S'és^'eoriliaJâi; 2 cu\snf> bales, 10,oases gin, :3 butidlca rope,'l'bag 2 kegs liiWs, 1 bundles baskets,. .V '18 kegs, 20,bags flour, 1 balo liny, 1 flap,: T.- Fisher; . 2"bales paper, EXAJIINEU ¡ 1 parcel, 10 bags rico, 40 V : bags flour,'l'caso wino, í caso gin, 1 caso brandy, .1 1 truss draper)", 1 keg rum, 1 package, 1 c...

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METROPOLITIAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862

_; METßÖPOLITIAN RACES. TUE groot "ovont) BO' long and anxiously looked forward to by tko lovers and patrons of tko Turf (tho Randwick1 Grand Handicap), was decided ovor tko meftopolitian courao .-on ..Saturday. Ilia Excellency tho Governor, accompanied by Lady Young aud suite, and a .largo attendance, (amongst whom, was a good sprinkling of tho fair sex), wcro on tho ground. ? First lloco.-Tho Autumn Stokes of 5 sovo reigns each, with ¿0 sovereigns added ; for all horses j M, P. 0. I f milo ; weight fur. ago. Mr. T. Ivory's b. h. WilliT Tell, 4 yrs., 8 st. 12lb. 1 Myhio's ns. oh. f. Ada, 3 yrs., 7st. 101b. 2 Campbell's g. g/Elfin Knight, aged, Ost. 81b. '(including Sib. oxlra) . . 3 J J. Roberts' oh. g. Trump Card. 4 ' Betting 2 to 1 on tho hold. Tho groy horse bc canio very fidget ty, and delayed tho start several minutos by refusing lo como up. Eventually tho lulu* got woll away togothor, .Trump .Gard rush- ing at onco to <ho iront, William Toll'lying second, and thc f...

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THE WHARF GRIEVANCE AND CHARGES OF THE C. AND R. R. S. N. COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 May 1862

THE WHARF O-RIRVANOE AND OH ARCHES OE THE 0. AND R, R, S. N. COMPANY. TO THE 1ÎDIT0R Ol' Tim EXAMINE». Sm,-Having neon " Looker Oil's" lotter, in you Í5BUO of tho 22nd April, mid not being a sharcbolde in any company, I have taken tho liberty of cluiniin| a splice ia your nest publication. Tho wooful ire of the company's customers ha¡ been, 1 boliove, principally brought about by thoi: excessive charges-their stated scala is high, but ii many instances that charge is exceoded. I liavo never heard any person complain of-tin boats not being lino enough, and have always heart tlioso who conduct thom to our ports well-and do sorvedly well-spoken of. Thoy, of couvso, aot no cording to their instructions. Tho dctontion of tho boats on account of tin English mail is not complained of, aod on many occa' stans whon the timo has been altered to suit tho coil' venience of our representative, but few have conv plained. Whon tho vessels stopped at Hitchins' wharf, per- sons justly complained of ...

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