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

SHIPPING;. ; , AnnrvAXS. - Mary-, Young Australian, Mersey, Heather Bell, Stornaway, Giants' Causoway, Marian Moor, Ainicus Desbrug ; Great Britian, via Capo Horn, 16th April; Alfred, Cissy, Asteropo, Omar Pasha,' York- shire, Lochiel, Calliance, Ireno, Walter Hood,' andLaHógúo. ;'.;??';.... ; DEi'AnTuiiBS.TrrPor Sydney : ; Alfted the . Great, Hotspur, Centurion, ïrimula, Clara Novell.o, Southern Cross, Crest, of the Wave, Transatlantic, and Leandor. Por Molhouvno ; Surrey, Birmingham, Pekin, Porsiari, Twilight Bruce, Lightning, Moravian, Wellesley, Exodus, and Attila. "

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

' LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE önr. ON tho motion of Mr. Robertson, tho Beoond raiding of tho Olmvcli mid Sohool Lands Bill was camed on a division twenty-eight to nineteen.

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) BEFORE Mr. Justice Wise and a jury of four. SERJEANT V. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

-* " SUPEEME ÇOTTET, SYDNEÏ". ' ' 1 ' "- (From*tho'Herald)'' - . .BEI'OBE Mv, Justice Wiso and a jury of four., ? : SE it JE ANT v. WILSON. l'hiß waa «n action'for aim con. Damages were laid at: £1000. ; : . , Mr. Isaacs and Mr. Milford, nppoared for tho .plaintiff; Sir AV. M. Manning, Q.C., and Mr.iHolroyd, fpr tho défendant. ' :; ?Tho trial of this caso, which caused con- siderable excitement, commenced on Tuesday, .the evidence was concluded on Wednesday, and'on Thursday, the Judge, jiiry, and counsel wont to view tho promises nt Manly ,, Beach, as to which a great deni of evidence li.xd been given. In' opening; (ho case, ?Mr. Isaacs said (ho plain till", Mr.- ? Henry Surjeant, was a maätor mariner, : and tho dofondanl; Captain Wilson, was owner of tho woll-ltnown steamer, tho Fliamtom,rairaing: Ijotwoen Sydney and Manly Boach. In 1815, tho plaintiff was mumed to a lady named Charlotte Phoho Mortimer Cadman. Ho had hcon prin- cipally engaged in wlmlo fishery, which involved long ...

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

WANTED a 'M . Apply to M*1 Crock! IRRING MAN. SMALL, Swan 596 FINAL NOTICE. INSOLVENT ESTATE OE A. HITCHINS/AND CO, ' ALL PERSON S/Vl/se accounts with this Estate aic/wil unsettled, arc rc fjnired to pay the/nro/nt of their respective I debts to Mr. BAfiJtllli, Solicitor, IMME- ' 'MAT r-ty, otherwise summonses will be issued without further notice, .588 rpHE REV. T?./V/CAllTHY will offl ciatc at UL/l/imA, ontWEDNES^ DAY, tho 20'th/in/ta/t, àt IO o'clock, . / / ' . " 5.81 CORPUS CHRIS.TI. ' ImilE REV.-f^ffiRTHY will offi [ ciatc at ihe öo/tj/lic . Church, Grafton, on the occasion/«fôhe above Festival (THURSDAY/»t/lÖiVclock 'a.m. ; and will Jioia^ añ^ENI^Gy SERVICE,. at the Assembly Rooms, àt.'7 S'clock p.m. PUBLIC ME EVEVIN tributors tb tin have thc kindi Rooms. '-On FRIDAY 'clock p.m., con isionary Fund," will at the Assembly '. 583 3VOTIC .©TICE! [EXT MON£j)(X/fo. 23rd instant, is I the first clify ojfthc 10 per'cent, SALES, in aid/f the Hospital. The Bee Hive, 589 Prince-street. G...

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

, Clarence aub |íicíjmoiA . TUESDAY^ JUîîl 17, 18G3. ' IN our rustic simplicity \ve bavo hitherto boen under the impression that tho primary consideration in all postal' arrangements, was the convenience of tho parties ou whose hohalf the' arrangements wero made. Wo, however, find thisVja-one of those vulgar errors incident to unsopWstionted humau nature certainly not mnclmtb. bo wondered at, when we recollect wo are livnjg in the bush, in that stale of semi-barbarism, BO graphically clettcribíid. by ono.- of our Jato metropolitan members, '?? 'Wo h'uvo'dirtcoVcred that instead of eonvenienco of' tho district being a primary consideration, it is only a secondary one. Our postal convenience must bond to Hie will and caprice of no leas a personage ! than tho mail contractor, to whoso behest i even tho POSTMASTEII-GESEIIATJ is obliged to succumb. Petitions and remonstrances are equally of no avail, against tho oppressive dictum ; of thia important functionary, who appoars to look with ...

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THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

: "THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA. The' 'latest news .last .month- from the Potoroac,^per Rod Sea Telegraph, stated that the Federa^ anny, hàd retired in disorder fi'oiri^aD^8aBv , A^that time;the Confede rato3);;ijnder>;Prèsideùt '. Travis, Iwero falling hack 't(^cpyer-Richmond, ,.t]io capital of the Confederacy. ' "Wbila retrpating, the Con- federates dovastatod\tlio . country ' behind them; and at tho lino of the Rappahannock haltod to await the attack' of. tho'enemy. Meanwhile. M'Clellan's pursuit has been" stopped by the difficulties of the: country, heavy rains, and want of means'of transport. Tho consequence, was, tho utter ; disorganisa- tion of his , army . in .less than, a .week-'. tho troops falling back . .on Alexandria/in independent groups,. and .' p\-.> .great disorder. ': M'Clollan, however, / re-col- lected his troopsj embarlcod thom in trans- ports, sent; them down the Potamac, and lauded them near Port Munroe. The ob- ject of this was to turn the position of the, ...

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

- MUN IG ll'AL COUNCIL. THURSDAY.. . ... . íPitESEííT: The Mayor, Aldermen Payne, 'Arclior, M'Paddcn, .Cowan, Jones, Robinson, and Gilmore," : MINUTES. . \ . Tho minutes of the last meeting were road nud confirmed. 1 \ ? .:- NOTICES 03? MOTION. ? ' Aldorman Archer to move,-That at. tho next meeting of Conned the Improvement -Committeeexamino Yilliers-street; near tho Perry 'Wharf, and report upon the samo to the Council nt their next sitting. Alderman Payne to move,-That tho Im- provement Committee examine and report upon tho obstructions upon tho streets, 'caused by tho fallen timber, left hythe tele- graph contractor. The Kate Collector reported having paid into the bank the sum of £18 i)a.; Ho also informed the Council of sovoral parties:to whom ho had applied for tho ralo that thoy had paid Mr. Maxtcd, the lalo collector, who had not accounted for tho sauio,.;i. Ile ..pro- duced receipts from various parties, but not on tho proper printed forms, showing defal- cations to tho amo...

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

\OBITUARY. The Earl of'Pembroke* Sir Thomas Wyse, Vice-AdmiM\Púff, Sir Joba "Wost, Sir John Kincantl,.and "V^EraJiut..' THE CAMPAIGN NIIÍ TENNESSEE GREAT BATTLE \ AT CORINTH CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN- STONE KILLED. - FEDERAL GENERAL GRANT TAKEN ' PRÎ-. ; SONER. .: ;'.; .'' '. COMMIE being sitiiated at the jiinction off two milos of railways, viz., tho Memphis 'and Charleston, and tho Mobile and Ohio lines, rendered it eventually important for tho Confederates to retain, command of tho nlace. ""When,; therefore, Genoral Beauregard found that tho Federals were advancing on him in two divisions, he determined to, attack tho Federate under General Grant nj; Pittsburgh, by landing befd'ro tlie ' Beobnd; 'army under Genoral Birol could arrive in time to support them, On Sunday morning,; th¿ 6th Apr"V Beauregard advanced with 60,000' mon to give battle. Tho conflict raged during two days. The Confederates wore successful tho first day, and part qf #10 second; whoa thov eagerly looked fo¿ yo...

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

Steam to Sydney. :m-j5:B-iVO.^iuia-'É7i¿V^;!ÍÍ!. 'COMPANY'S .iteamhro U R A It ^ÁZ // % for SYDNEY; ' TO-MOnKOW/^dML . d¿y)'MORNING, at dayiighty ; ? ?? . V .THOMAS FISHER, Agent. . »posits; jîatnely:-' " On deposits for 12 months, 4< \>ey cent. . per annum. 1 On deposits for 6 . annum, v . ' On deposits for 3 ? annum. . BANK ÎPOST BILLS wjth interest added at these rates respectablyave issued pay able to . order. HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Victoria-street, Grafton, ! 2 Australian Joint Stock Bank. NOTICE'OF REMOVA; ¿X after/ MONJ instant, the, BUS will . be carried MISES, crcctcd'byl .- On' and 83rd June, ;he j Branch ,V PRE at the co, mer of; Prince and Victoria streets. .HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Grafton, 9tli Junc^ 1862. 1562 .' Electric Telegraph Station^ Ten-r terfield. ? Department of Publicly owes, Sydney 23ui MA, 1862. TENDERS will ie /ceivM, nt this1 Office, until noA c/TUjBSDAY, thc 17th June next, for thaievection of an Electric Telegraph Station, at Tenterfie...

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11TH. From thp proceedings of tho Assembly on Weducs: day oToning, wo takovtho following : QUESTIONS. In nnsffov tomiflstiongj it Vas stated by Ministers That a sergeant of ?polic&^andüw.o constables had been despatched to -vFort \Bourko jVtllat tho Government had received information of fAvo't men having been murdered by blacks in that.part of tho country, nnd that tho polico wiro in pursuit l'hntifc was not in- tended to station an oillccr ,at, Surat, to collect tho poll-tax öu Ohineso coming >frôm' Queensland,, That tho delay in establishing a publio library had orison from tho difficulty of fixing on a site, for which it had been decided to advortiso. Thnt instructions had.beon given for tho survoy of improved lands in tho Northern Gold-fields, which had been applied for to purohnse, but that tho survoy >had heenvdeloyed by disputes about possossioii. ' ^ \ MK. COLLETT AND MU. QUODLING. Mr. Hoskins askod tho Secretary for Publio "Works, " 1. .Whotho...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [FROM THE HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

ABBIVAL.Ö]? THE; j ENGLISH M.ÀÏL* ?:--?-?(--,-"' - [FKOM THE IIKUAÍIB'S OOEHESPOSDENT.] TUE P. and 0. Company's steamship Bombays Captain Methven,, from Point de Gallo, , arrived at King George's Sound at 1p.m., on tbe^ßtb instant.,. RISSEN OEBS.-Mr., Mrs., and MÍSB Meikle- john, Mr; and Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Osborne, Messrs. Wharton and Cornish, Major Bine, Captain Ross) Mr.. Hudson,' and Mr. Morgan and family. ' Arum 26;-The . Australian February mails were delivered in London on 15th and 18th April. The Court had returned to Osborne ; her Majesty's health continues good. Tho wedding of tho. Princess Alice is to take placo iu June. . iÇhe Queen, by the advice of the Committee, ha3sabap.dqned :the intention of erecting a monplith ;foR,tlie late Prince Consort. Tho súbscriptión list progresses slowly. ;.: !.: ? The'opening of the InternationalExhibition is the abso^ing domestic topic of the hour. Tho journals groan with letters full of criti- cism and; suggestions. Good and evil augu-...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

- ABSTRACT OT? S ALBS BY AUCTION DUK- ING THE* WEEK. MR. THOMAS FISHER.-At tho Ferry Wliur'f, Tomorrow, nt l\ b'elgok, Surplus Tools, linrs of IronJ.Smilh'fl Bellows, Anvil, &e. MR. 'ITENRXV MAURICE..- Ou the premises in Prince-street, iorjuetíy occupied hy Mr. Vlndin, on Monday, at 10 o'omck sharp, Mare, Cart, und j .; Harness, ;Furiiitiiro, Sirius Stores, &p. . iff CIIOWBKII OUT.-Owing io un influx of advertisements tit a lato hour, we aro unavoidably compelled' tu omît tho Sydney nows, loiters, nn'd other article in typo. Bojas OATHOHO Cnr/non.-At a uieet iug of tho membera of tho above Church, convened-at the Assembly Booms, .on Tues- day evening",<tho 10th instant, it was resolved that ànothpr ^meeting should bo holden in connection X^vith, the.^District Missionary Fund, aC tho'<sametplace,\on Friday evening, the 21st, at sovou o'clock. A largo amount was subscribed on Tuesday, which, combined with tho original contribution, raises the aggr...

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

WOOL REPORT. Arrival to 23rd April reached total" of 84,385 balea. Judging from the fooling in tho, northern and the,geriéral Btate of trade) tho recent rato can scarcely .be looted for particularly, ? for Port Phillip-rron which. a déclino of ljd. tb 2d. per lb. may bo antici- pated. Other descriptions aro expected to maintain tho prices of last series. The next sales commence on the 2nd May, It is estimated that the National debt of the United States: of tho presont year, evon should, the war end, will amount, to three hundred and forty millions storling. A Eussian loan of fifteen taillions is announced. '_- ; ? Tlie revenue returns for the quarter ..just terminated show an increase of -.upwards : of a million, with a decreasó of half-a-million on the year. The decrease is inconsiderable. Eomomhoring the expenditure incurrod, tho dimished imports of corn and tobacco,, tho repeal of the^paper'dirty, nu,d tho reduction of tb» iifcome^tax, ího increase may ho fairly referred tb. as s...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

uii M A it it A. [Filóse QUE 'cOltRESPONDENT.j THE InwiftVEMEXT ASSOCIATION-The above society held th^ir"usunl^mpnthly meeting, on Monday ovemng, ' 9 th instant, at the resi- dence of Mr. %. Millor\ >NThe attendance vrns, as it usually has beon of late, small. "Wo should like to see more Interest taken in ! Association's proceedings, and a better . ; :'0 of members.'? Tho only business . ol' . " /Jrtnnce transacted was the passing of .Mr. Miller's motion to petition the Govem .;':'^nt,to continup.tho süH'oyed road from the " Üüldstreniri to Mr. Pntcjmau'a north; limy to South Grafton. ?> NATIONAL Sciios?r,.-r¿We aro sorry to have to announce tlmtyMrAEoso, our National schoolmaster, has iliad % sevore attack of typhus fever, but is wearo glad to state slowly recovering. Wo nro\ much in want of a .medical man in Uimarra.. Por instance, Mn Eose.might have died for want of medical aid (tho Grafton doctor being unable to attend), had not Dr. Bassett, of Parramatta, who was on. a vi...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 June 1862

1?JIIDAT, SVSE OTU. In tho Legislativo Assembly, the following quêtions were put. .... Mit. QWOlillfO, "Air, AV. Koivtor naked tho Secretary for lHifclin ?Work», i'.WUK. itforéQOM to- njslatoinoiifrînttr1e l>yi"Miv "\Y. il. Collo! I, formerly Oon'missioner for Kor.?Jn, in .tb» course, of. his, evidence before tho select. ' cOnunittee on the resignation of Mv¿ Quodling, and in reply to questions nunjborrif! ; 0:íÚV--(), fiOÓ3, COOS; in the núuiitos of^id^.r^bt-tori! tfc:.í.í.1 committee, to tho oífoul llmn.y^V iy .itul^Kid ù',«J,v " .venimcnt io pro scouto Mr..\i¡undling for oraoezzlcnient of publie money, hua ?¡ícJi* .'oVeution w¡ek instituted, or havo tho Ôov'ewment 'akeV. arty, ' or \,hnt strps in tho matter ?" Mr. Arnold ? iiii! .., was not JntèniWl to i:,ko any stops whatever i¡. t.!« iont ter. \ Mr. Driver asked, without notice, if tiny orupltiint had beon made to the .:lovcruir.ant of contractor named Chowno liaving W.vi! ruined, "ny tho " poruecuv tion " of Mr. Quodling ? ...

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

IMPORTS   June 14.—Urara (s.), from Sydney: 5 bags flour, W. Johnson; 1 bag bags, H. M'Donald; 10 cases brandy, 1 parcel, W. L. Lawrence; 1 mat sugar, 1   .box.condies,! hnlf-ßlicst, ten, A. DonipBlér'i !.. .caso, Gaoler; 1 bag maizo meal, 4 casca gin, l'quhi'tcr-cnsk 2 cases brandy, 2 casca whisky, 18 mats 2 ' bogs 'sugar, 4 boxes candles, 2'cases porter, 20 bags flour, T. ''.irisher) 1, balo. poper,. 1 caso herrings, I balo leather, '7 casks wincing, 1 caso sundries, 4 kegs nails, 1. caso' axes. 1 cask Btoves, ! bundlosawB, d ironpots, 1 cask, .glue, 2kegsnailSj'Wi B. Campbell; 1 cask soda, 1 pr .currants, 1 .package raisins, 1 bag coübo, 2 cases,. Soltll. 'fruits, 1 trunk, 1 hogshond rum, 1 parcel., tobacco, 1 .caso sundries, 1 bale leutKor,_3.;packogcp, 3 ;cases,tl ;truss, 0 packages baskets, 3V Shoveller ; 3 bogs bran; 1 parcel, 2 boxes sardines, 1 box starch, l eask coffee; 2 trunks boots; L. S. Loowcnthal j 1 case drapery^''Er" : Potts ¡ 2 casks malt...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

EXPORTS. / . . .Tuno 18.-Urara (s.), .for Sydney: 13 Ul bags ramo, 9 casl: tnllow,'l coop fowls, 6. boxes eggs, 85 boxes soap, 2G3 hides, 1 horse, 1 bundle ploughshares.

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MELANCHOLY AND SINGULAR CASE OF SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

MELANCHOLY AND SINGULAR OASE OF SUICIDE. ONE of flióso .remarkable hiigedies which happily out seldom fall to our lot tb chronicle, and whick, ended in tho : self-destruction pf a young nmiPof comparatively indépendant moans and?tespobtífilo family commotions, occurred on "Wednesday even- ing, on hoard tlio ship Caroline Coventry, lying at Campbell's "Wharf. , i. Tho deceased, WiUiamEamör"Wigg,Svas cluflfr oiGcor of tho ship, "which only arrived here, from London on Friday last, ana during umygjaig^ became enamoured by, ono'of.tkö lady passenger^ .who was coining to the colony for tho piirpbso.of being married to a Moreton iky settlor. j. From statmonts < modo boforo tho coroner'! inquest held yesterday, it appears that tho do! ceased, who -waa twoniy-ninb years of age, foll: it love with tho lady at flrst sight, albeit, sho is non it is stated, of remarkably prepossesing; appear* "ance, nor had ho ever soenher boforo sho took bel passage to the colony. Ho frequently,' du...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

.' 1 ! ? RICHMOND HIVER. "? ?' AIWIIVAI.B.' '. . ' J une 13.-Holend from Sydney 5 : Jane; from Brisbane. . -1 ? \ ,Eas;le,,Rboderiok">phu4.'Sea Gull, and Harriet, for , Sydney.v Pioneer, for Now cistlè ; and Highlándó!WorXlMelbourno, are lying at tito Hoads bar boundy.

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LAUNCHING OF THE NEW STEAMER AGNES IRVING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

LAUNCHING OF THE NEW STEAMER AGNES IRVING. Osr the 29th Mareil, iu tho presence of a numerous party ; of gentlemen interested in tho development of the intercolonial Aus- tralian trade, thc fine iron paddle steamer Agnes Irving was launched from Mr, Charles Langley's building' yard,. DeptforJgreen. The t Agnes Irving is for the Clarence and Eichmond Eivei' Australian Steam, Navigo* tidn Company,'« fleet, and is of the following dimensions J-Length of keel, 185 feet 5 length overall, 204 feet ; breadth of deck, 2G feet ; length of quarter dpek, 60 fept ; depth of hold, ll, feet\;'?' builder's tonnage, 566. 76-91 tons, T!ie:. engines . aro,to. be oscillating, and of .lSO-liorae ; power.-Some News, April 26th. ' . -- .. ? - .". The Urara, for Sydney, crossed tho bar at noon on Wednesday. \ .... ;.,;u The schooners Vixen and Elizabeth, laden; with timber, for Sydney, crossed tho bar ' on Wednesday afternoon, .. The Grafton lßft ¡Sydney on "Wednesday, , Newcastle at Í.0 a.m, . pn , Thurs...

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