The year that Basil Kendall died on the CLARENCE RIVER.
His Excellency the Governor General has
been pleased to appoint the under-mentioned
gentlemen to be magistrates of the territory
and its dependencies, viz..
Charles Blaxland, Esq., of Merriwa.
George Henry Cox, Esq., of Mudgee.
William John Dangar, Esq., of Neotsfield,
Basil Dickinson, Esq ,of Mudgee ,
John Everett, Esq., of Ollera, New England.
Jeremiah Grant, Esq, of Hartley.
William Hardy, Esq, of the Turon River.
Charles King,Esq, of the Turon River.
Charles Bland Lowe, Esq, of Mudgee.
Thomas John Markham, Esq. of Armidale ,
Francis Marsh, Esq, of Camira,
Francis Murphy, Esq, of Tarawingee, Ovens River.
George Polhill, Esq , of Wellingrove.
John Anderson Robertson, Esq., of the district
Jacob Meade Swift, Esq., of Brisbane,
Frederick Vigne, Esq., of Tenterden, New England.
Robert Wilkin, Esq, of Yenolah, Gayndah.
WANTED, an AGENT for the MAITLAND MERCURY at GRAFTON.
Clarence River. Applications to be addressed
Mercury Office, Maitland
AGENT WANTED FOR THE MAITLAND MERCURY AT GRAFTON
THE OUTRAGEOUS PRICE OF LAND
Finally, Mr. Fry, crown commissioner for the
Clarence River District, when asked whether
any land in the pastoral districts would sell for
5s. an acre, replies-” It is impossible to calcu-
late upon the amount of folly that may exist
in the community. Some might be sold, but I
am sure it would not pay.”