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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

,:. .-. ?. . EXPORTS. Juno H.-Grafton:(s.),-for¡ Sydnoy! 052 bngs maize, 100 boxes soup,'824'Uiides, '66 casks tallow, 2i pairs wild dtiibks, 1 briiggjyl horse, 1 coop poultry, 2 boxes ogg's, 1 buhdlo.'oali'skins, and sundries.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

\ 'AUSTRIA. V . Tho Austrian^ Goverumout has. decided on the construction^ an iron fleet, to be always kept up to tho strength of the Italian navy. A great reduction is to take place in tho army. ... : - ,

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RICHMOND RIVER. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

. V ? ; RICHMOND RIVER. ' i : DlTAIlTUhuS. , Juno 2.-Commerce, Emma, and :\Vavo. of Lile for Sydney. ? Tho Eagle, Ehoderick; .Dhu, Pioiicor, Highlander, and Sea G ull aro bar bound. The Grafton ,(s.) left Grafton on Wed- nesday, at'8-30 auii., and crossed tho bar at 2-30 p.m. the samo,, day, with light north- easterly breezes and ÍÍM^^ Tho' Urara left Sj^dnoy jon "Wednesday, Newcastle at 3 p.m. on Thursday, and crossed the bar at 3'30 p.m. od Friday; remained all night at tho Elbow, and arrived afc tho Company's Wharf at ll a.m. on Saturday. Passod tho Grafton at 6'30 p.m. on Thurs- day, three miles to tho South of Long Island. Tho,Jane, sailed from Brisbane for tho ?Richmond.Eiver,vpn^lHó Otb June. The Dart was ádyertised to leave Sydney ftir the Clarence, firsts-fair wind ; aucl tho Elizabeth,: which Vnsj^dpily ' expected to arrive, immediately on tho discharge of her inward cargo. ? Tho ".schooner Persovernnco, heneo for Brisbane 2nd'instant, sighted Cape Morton on the 4th, cross...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

ITALY. . t'iwnigli Northern Italy, orgaiiisuiy'îiio miso-" ei:' .insiu »lt tlie principal . towns £>*ery «. *: 1»: riwtvcd wiUi immense outliu « .«t. He mtonds conlinuing Iiis tour to Naples and Sicily. / Thirty thousand Italiaus liavo petitioned the British Government to employ its influ- ence in obtaining tho -withdrawal of French troops from llouio. Brigands aro again assembled in great force on tho Neapolitan frontiers. Tho ex- itingbi Naples reviewed them. King Victor Emmanuel,' has gono to Naples.' ' " * Lord-Palmerston's speech on k Italian affairs^causedttt profound sensation in Italy.

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FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

FRANCE ' Tho French Government have given per- mission for tho French bishops to go to Romo. Tho Emperor has ordered a great reduction in the French army. .. . The judgment of tho Paris Court against M. Mires has been reversed, and ho is now a freeman. Paris papors are much engagod with the quotion of iron-cased ships, and mostly havo fu't ivod at tlie conclusion that tho naval aupro I m oj of England is at an cud.

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

GRAFTON POLICE *?0 ÜBT. Flt I DAV. ? BEFOHE A. Lardner and S. Avery J.P.'s JUEltGEiiS T. IlEISlEn. Thia was a case under tho Master and Servants'ACD to rocjwe\ih& stun of £5 due to plaintiff for wagest lK.,Micliael appeavod for plaintiff. . Edmund Ju%gehs provecí that ho misemployed by defendant ns bookkeeper, &c:, and that at the present timo he was in- debted to him in the sum above-named for wages. The defeudant asked no questions, tho Bench directed dolbndaut to pay tho amount forthwith, with 3s. Gd. costs of Court, or levy arid.distress, and in delimit four days' imprisonment.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

1 - :À SHIPPI'KQ mmmim. t .Timo H-.-Unira (s.)¡ 400 tons,..Captaiñ Wiseman, from Sydney lltli and Nbwcastlo 12th instant.1 Passengers-Mr.' and Mrs. Hendoraou and child; Mr. II. Barker, Mr. :Thórohl, Mr.'Dovonald, aird 39 in 'tho .steerage. : ? . ? . /

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

--7 . ' DEPARTURE. .Juno H.-Grafton (s.), 240 tous, Captain II. Creor, for Sydney. Passengers-Captain Smith, Dr. Bassett, Mr. Sutherland, Mrs. A. Davis, nud.G in tho steerage.

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TUESDAY, JUNE 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

. TUESDAY, JUNE lOin.. The Assembly was ocoupicd till twolvo o'clock, with dpbatos on tho defences of tho Harbour, tho cancelling of tho commission of Captain Lovell, ns Commandant of tho Voluntcor Artillery ¡ and with roferonco to tho raanagoniont of tho abattoirs on OHebo Island.

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SINGLETON RACES. FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

SINGLETON RACES. / PinsT DAT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th, MAIDEN PLATE.-Spartau, 1 ; Volunteer, 2. HUNTER RIVER HANDICAP.-Ben Bolt, 1 j WildlGazelle,2\, ,A » ' . PRTNCVB OFSNWAIIESVSTAMS resulted in ; a dead ueatootweonXOHMey aud Dora. The stalcos weAdb/u^X V \ ! "WELTER STAKESV- sjimmp, 1 ; Widow Barnaby, 2. V The Suprorao\Court has suspended qnç Banbhry\an attorney, ic-V two months, from practisingîn^any^cou^t. \ '? Tho directors ofstíi^Bo'tany traihroadworo appointed on'Montlay hfJtornpon,

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

, . SHELBOURNE. ' Markets quiet, \xnopt as rogaras movomonts m cijH"1 and tolnloco. \ v ' Holders of tobioco oro. tnlKbig of a further riso of 60 per cent. . V ^ ; Mrí.dn,!;itlRy .Tuno J¿.Ü\ 4. large parool, of tobacco, recently. bough t. up*-m<ir rs-. Jpid; tooday utr invadyaijco," netting £B<X)lt profit. ? , ^

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPUBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

o LATEST COMERCIAL. : PRODUCE CIRCULARS. ? WHOLESALE. ' [ANDERSON, CAMPU'ELL, AND CO.'S] '?? Siiico our lust .piroulnr , wo lmro fo\T ohi^iigfl^ij^j \MN¡*O is rorjpltrm nt 3s. . Cd. . ¿ ... 1 ..V.{Aj.| .. Hay lucerno is in bettor dcniund,;with ;s:i YtpworiVJ tendency. , V|ríi' Wheat has advanced fully Od. in the bushel. ' '"V .' . Flour ¡3 rather flat notwithstanding tins ri»ci. wheat j country brands,; £11 10a. to £12 . lOfj.i ' Rjdnoy,'£3i! tu «10 ;" Afleli.tuo ¿13 to £13,lOi,.' Potato«) aro in fair demand. ;. Wollongong butter is very HCUAO, und u .;.,< thc:, rivi is nlnioil inevitable.: ? Bacon-od. to '/d, por lb, for primo Darloy, English-5s. to Os. pur bushel Ditto Cupo-4s to 4s Od ?. .;. .. Bran-ls 2d to ls 3d per bushol, in demand,' Butter-ls ,'id to ls Gd por lb. ''' I TTides, heavy-10s. to His; each ' Maizo-3a (¡d por bushel À "Wheat, Colonial, 4s Od . ¡. Ditto, ini])ortcd, 5s Cd lo Ss Od. ; Caledonian Wharf, King-stroet, Sydnoy, Juno 11th. [nOUEHT CAMPBELL.] Fl...

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THE LATE CASE OF BURNING AND THE GRAFTON BENCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

THE LATE OÁSE 0$\BUWNG MD THE . GRAFi'OI^BENCnN TO TUB EUITOlt OP TtHE EXAMINER. Sin,-I beg yon will insorfc in your journal, a contra- diction of tho statement nindo in your paper of lust week, in roferenco to tho lato burning at South Grafton. Tho report states that my oridcnco upon onth was not boliovcd. Tho ovidenco givon by me was supported by the testimony of the three foUowioi; witnesses, and I do think it an not of gross injiutinc thal my character should bo aspersed uv such a etatu ment in a. public journal ,s unless contradicted by the other witnesses. If suspected pf perjury, tho magis- trales have n power" lo \oommit.¡ i^nnt, what tight' LOB tho presiding magistrate, of "Hbo jtublio I.'rosv to stigmatise ovideucu which bas'jiot beim, ror cnuvot be I contradicted, 'I nm, Sir, yWs, £o., j .IU'HUCK MOÏLA.V, I [We deny thàt.Mr. Moylan Ima any caiiso to .tomi ? ?plain of our HjpoH ¡ although condensed, it svás subi stantmlly correct : ar 4 jjgrcrVai, and olinllcngo Mr. Moylan...

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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. WHERE ARE THE MOUNTED POLICE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. --.? OOH columns tiru opon to all writers who refrain from tho uso of virulent langungu or personalities ; but wo aro not responsible for opinions ext pressed. . WHERE ARE THE.MOUNTED POLICE ? TO TUB ^nrroitWj? THE EXAMINER. Sra,-It is very oridqnt to^ho^cnfeons of Grafton, (hat street vows and^jiiidnïgUt; brawls aro becoming luuoh too frequent of late, and on being aroused from ¿no's peaceful si limbon by suoh occurrences, ibo ques- tion naturally avises-Where aro tho police?"I leave our newly appointed Inspector to answer the Bootless enquiry ; hut I do think that suoh a méleo as that which took ploro in Prince-street last Tuesday night, havtog fatted to^ttraot^thfl notico of tho conservatives of tho peake, ia ovidoneir sufficient to provo that, they werajflot wi dutj, atdetet on. that o'ooasion ¡ or, perliaps, tqeir duties da», not. extend to tho exorcise of thoir pïotectivo powers beyond tho limits of th©»aa)'i-aoks^uring the cold wintor nights, it all e...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

AMERICA/'. Tho Confederates have Wob. defeated at Santafé. \.\^}.: . Mount Jackson and'^GIJappahilnriock cap- tured, V .. Port Pillon has been invaded. V The Confederates at Corinth and Yorktown awaited an attack, The seigo and'defence were'most extensive. The Confederates lost the battle, and ton thousand prisoners wore taken. ? ? 1

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] LATEST INTELLIGENCE. NEWS TO THE 2ND OF MAY. (From the Her[?] of Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

[By EtiKOinio TBI/BÖBAI'U.] LATE S,T INTELLIGENCE. NEWS íp THE xSsa OP MAT. !. (From thu lîdratiof Tlmmlay i the i/oütonc» of ÎMr^ETOîîALii, a pas- senger per Uraraçwe aro in receipt , of a copy of the Remid of TTmraday, by which, weare onabloii to lay before our readers. ' tho... latest European intelligence,. and the following extracts;-5 [SPEOIAI, ron THE STONEY; MQBNINQ \ HEEAW] \ ft LONDON, May 2nd. . Consols, 93f,\- Vi V " The Intor-ÑáfaonaFEshibition vas opened, with great eclat \'< Thirty thousand people wore present. Tho weather was brilliant aud tho ccromo^ nial and music a triumphant succoss. The Queen haswrivod at Balmoral. - Tho French and Spanish troops re-occupy Mexico, audtherb are gre]£t preparations for a conflict. 'V \ V -'-\ \ Foreigners aro leaving the country. A conspiracy amongs^the old Neapolitian army, has been discovered, their intention being tó causo an insurrection in Lombardy. . ïviug Victor Emmanuel has been woll re- ceived on his tour throu...

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SCHOOL AT SOUTH GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

SCHOOL AT SOUTH'GBAKCON.. Á ruwa stEETriíft. convened - by adveriise menti*-was^elä4iit the Steam Packet ítotel, Sou tli Grafton, ''on'-Wediíesday evening. Tho attendaucot although, riot large, was composed of those, parents' of tho children attending the sehoo\ ?*'' Mr. "W. COWAN was called to the chair, and having road tho advertisement conve- ning tho meeting, stated, that of lato reports had been in circulation to tho effect that the present management was not altogther satis- factory ; and in signing the notice, he had done so with tho view of eliciting tho feelings of tho parents of the chidrcn attending, tho school, and Whether there were any just grounds for the reports.. Mr. vW. LAYTON sdid ho had no fault to find with Mts. Browh personally j; on; the contrary, 1># beHievèd her. tl^ be a very ?nico lady; but Tis a^ublic teacher ho had causo to be dissatisfied with\her ; his childrenjyore attending tho school and it waa a duty, in- cumbent upon him to\ watch closely their...

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PROPOSED ROAD FROM ULMARRA TO GRAFTON ALONG THE RIVER BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

PROPOSED BOAB FROM ULMARRA TO ! GRAFTON ALONG--THE RIVER BANK. i A PUBLIC MEETING, of landholders, opposed to 'the abave projefitodroftd, was hold yesterday, at | (noon, at the. Coin^nereial Hotel; about forty i persons vero present, all .owners and softlera on ¡thd lino of the ptopb^ed road.," Mr. It. Bligh ;was called to tho ^larr. and'.'brieily stated the :objoot of their aaaoMling. Hcùsfato'd that there j was already a good road from Ulmarra to Graf-. Hon; and that to carry out tho preseut projected ' ono, would he fraught with^'cat injury to the 1 hvholo of tho settlers on tho mer bank, passing', ns it would, throiiglriio less than fifty-ono furias, j tho destruction of: .which would ho such that no inouoy could\compensate the holders for their loss. ,»A series\f resolutions wero thon proposed and ímáiiimouslyXadoptect, a copy of which will ho found^inVm'Nidv^rtiáirig 'column At tho moetiiig'fbe gVeatiWt unanimity prevailed/and tho subscription -list oncned lo defray (ho expens...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

PßOD IJOBM A HKETS. Hides aro in limited dóriiaud, at a farthing,'!' lower. ' [ . .. Australian Skins in ronuost, nt an advance , \ ?' Tallow.-Improved; P.ST.0. firm, at 4Gs. on tlie spot. - Sugar.-Threo hundred casks treacle of the Victorian Sugar Company, Melbourne, sold readily at 22s. for export.

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LAUNCHING OF THE NEW STEAMER FOR THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

LAUNCHING . OP THE NEW STEAMER , ; FOR THE CLARENCE. . Tho Agnes Irving, iron paddle steamer, for the Clarence and Richmond Company, wis launched' on tho 29th Marou.

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