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PUBLICANS' LICENSING MEETING. TUESDAY, JUNE 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

PUBLICANS' LICENSING- MEETING. TUESDAY, JUNE IOTIT. "DKPonu Messrs. A. Lardnor, W. Eobertson, and S. Avory, J.T?.'s '. \Vultor Black, applied for a license for tho Woolli Hotel, Clarenco Heads, License granted j stabling for four horsos fo bo erected within two months from this date. llobcrt Nightingale, applied -for n ]icen6o for tho Commercial Hotel, Lawroncctown, formerly held by .Tilomas Bawden. License granted. ? In tho tyro preceding esses tho nppiioants ? wore cautioned thàttin cçnsèijuei|co> of[ho inability of the pblleo to visit tilosa dijtant "places very frequently, they would bo Held strictly liable for.any breach of tue peace ocourring iu their houses, v John Gihnore, applied fono license for the promises known as tho Australian Joint Stock Bank, as tho Cricketers Arius, license granted j stabling to bo com- pleted within n, month from the dato of heenso, Mr. Robertson dissented from tho other magistrates in this application, contending\tlmt there were already i sufl...

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

....... .. f SUlfPIKG IHTEUIGEHCE. . ARRIVALS. . . . J une. 10--Dart, schooner, 110 tons,.' Cap tain Nias, from Sydnoy. June 21.--Grafton (B.), 240 tons, Captain H. Creer, from Sydney 18th and Newcostlo 19th instant. Passengers-Mr. Hrs. and' Miss Robertson, Mrs. E. A. Dempster, and' 18 in the steerage.

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

. IMPORTS. June 21.-Grafton (s.), from Sydney: CO barn Hour, J. Cummins';'.' 10 'bags:'flour,. 2. coses, 2: lialiV; cheats 2 boxes tot, I oaso oolfee, 1 caso iron,'2 bollera, 3 bundle ovens,.1 bundle frypans, i case axesj.2 kepa »ails, 2 drums 1 can oil, 4 kegs paint, 1' keg shot, J.. M'Fudden20 bags flour, l'ipag popper, 14 bags sugar," I quurtjer-casli treacle, 1 casej.T. Shoveller'.;*. 1 quarter-cask port, 1 - quarter-cask sherry, Edward Creer ¡1 case oheeae, 3 caso», 1 oask-.bisouita, .1 caao glass, W. B.. Campbell ;: 6 cases brandy,.* half-chests leaB 1 case starch; 1 quortor-ousk sherry, 1 bag 1 case sundries,' 20 Bags (lour. 1 hogshead rum, 2 cans oil; 1' bundle oars,;l'har iron, 5'cases, 1 * box,; T. Fisher ¡' .l cns»¡ l.caseiold tbm^l caalt pórterj.1 case ourrsntst: 1 _^_^uaT^r-cfl»kvinóga*,VcaeésumW 1 onsoJ^TrCTfeary r 8. parojls piping; rpumpi- 2 'cask's cornent, 112 boards, 9 doors, 8 mantle pieces, 6 pairs sash frames,* French and Wray ; 1 irán wheel, 2 cases stores, 1 ...

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

DEPARTURE; ",'? June 18.-ITrara (s.)-, 400« tons, Captain Wiseman, for Sydney. Passengers-Hov. A. LPInèyre,.,Mrs.; M'lutyre, and 6 in the steerage; _à

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GOLD ESCORT AND MAIL ROBBERY. Orange Tuesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

GOLD ESCORT AND MAIL . HOB-. BERY. , . Orango, Tuesday, 5 p.m. I BETWEEN iburaud'.fivo o'clock, on Saturday , OYôuîôg, tho Escort from tho Lachlan arrived , j afr j a' crook .near Mr. Clements', forty-five, miles': fronu Orange, when they saw' two; bullock teams ana ono horse team placed", across the road in a peculiar position. Tho:. coachman, had' to drive round them, an63 while doing-so,six mon came out from behind!: some rock and fired on tho escort. They then retired, and. six, others followed their;., oxamplo. Tho escort then fired on tho : bushrangers. At tho,second volley the. horses bolted, and the. coach turned over. ? Fifteen men' all in red shirts and caps, with , blackenod facös theh'rushed on the escort, and fired on them. They took the horses from tho coach,;and took two wjth them to, carry the gold, tho mail bags, two rifles and troopers' cloaks. , Tho, senior sergeant re- ceived, throe ball .. .wounds ; Momu, two. ' Neither of them were seriously burt. Tho', coachma...

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BRISBANE. Saturday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

v BRISBANE, ,'\ , ' ' *8alçrtltty,.6. p.m. A Tory largo mccting'WaB hoKt in tile Soliool of Aria Inst night, to contutor tho Militia 33jll. A petition to tho Assombly wa's'iigrcod to, praying tho TJoiiBoto dis- allow tho Bill. Mr. ' Sjllory, "who brought in tho moasuro, said ho would withdraw it.. Corn plentiful, qt 4«. Gd. por bushel. Monday, Juno 9th.-Tho"ship'Lord lyndhurst from Hongkong, arrived yesterday with 2G0 Cliineso. . Tuesday, 9 p m.-At tho publié, meeking held last night, a, petition was agrood to praying tho Assombly to toko measures to prohibit Olùiicso and Coolies from onloring tho colony. ' : ? "Wednesday, 5 p.in.-mT.lipi wmaindor of tho Govern- ment Dobontnroa bavo boon taken up by two. Sydney Arms as follows ¡4610,000 at £104 5s., nnd £10,900 nt £t Od 8s. Od.- ?. Thoro ia n good deal of oxoitoment about tho Militia Bill, and publio meetings oro boing held in opposition toit. - . MIJI/BO CBIÎB."-- Advicps have boon recoived of Howitt'a arrivál in South Australia wi...

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DEFALCATION AT THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

DEFALCATION AT: THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. Wo regret to.hnve to roporttlmt ari extensive. . defalcation has boen discovered in tho Sydney office of* tho Electric \ Telegraph Depart- ment ; thc accountant, Mr. Daniel Dunstan, .having_absAonded.with.m9ney.S_hßloUiiinß-to-. tho. Government to. tho extent of nearly. ¿1000. 0.n Thursday morning last, Dunstan, left tho- office, informing Mr. Cracknell that he. would be back in a few minutes. Au hour haying elapsed without any sings, of his. return, Mr. Cracknell went to Dunstan's; table and examiuod somo of tho papers lying there. Suspecting from tho appearance of these there was something wong, Mr. Crack noil immediately- proceeded to tho. Minister for Works, who returned with him to the. telegraph office. Upon a further examination, of tho accountant's papers by Mr. Arnolcland,. Mr. Cracknell, and on an inspection of tho. cash safo which they fouud to bo empty, it was evident that alargo sum of money had been embezzled, the amount of whi...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DUlt ING T1ÏB WEEK.\ ' MR.'HENRY' JIlURIOE;' -. AH Ute Olorbnco Hotel, Grafton, on Saturday, nfc, 2 o'clock, Work- ing Bullocks, Cow and Calf, Farm Implomonts, &c. On Monday, nt 10 o'clock, tho whole of Mr. W. Ii. Lawrence's Furniture, Plated and . .Glass Ware, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, Dog-, cart, Wuler-.ea^rt, l.ight Dray, Harness, Drnught nnd Saddle 'Ilorsys, Bngàtclto Table, Bar Eittings, Beor, Spirits, Sci., ¿oí1 \. 'A

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NEW ZEALAND OUTBREAK OF NATIVE HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

NEW ZEALAND OUTBREAK OE NATIVE IIOSTI ' LITIES. TIIE Lord Ashloy' brinda us papor3 ' from Auckland to tho.2ptb 'ultimo."' ' Tile Mio Zcalander of the 24th says-allu- ding to tho natives of ICaipara: , Wo have to announce, with regret, that à long-standing:feud between nativo tribes iu tko North has-burst into actual; hostilities. A fight .took «place, in the. neighbourhood of tiie Wairoa, rïvér last week, between the party of Tirarau and that; of Matiu, m which fivo of tho latter were killed and several wounded; tho former leaving four wounded only. Within tho last six year's, wo believe, the Government, have endeavoured unceasingly to bring about an adjustment of the land-question in dispute; bótwcon tho contending parties, but .-without1 success. Not long since, we leam, Matiu expressed his détermination to come down in force and survey bia land ; Tirarau thereupon marked a boundary aud declared that he j would shoot tho; othor if that lino- were crossed, and thus .the fight was d...

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THE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AT SOUTH GRAFTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

i THE SCHOOL ¡MAJTAO-EMENk;AT SOUTH ; Í . -, f GHAETON; ? \ TO TUE EDITOR GB MIE EXAMINEIS. Sin,--Will you obligo ino by allowing space for tho following lines, in justification of Mrs. Brown, whoso qualities as a teacher havo been most shamefully malighod by soine parties on this side tho river, for, what purpose I am at a loss to account, as tho motivo they nllego-^incompetency, ia uttorly at varianco with tho highly creditable mannelñn whioh sho has brought tho children forward in \heir\iohool duties ; and my opinion appears to havetbocnsubstintiatodafc tho late meeting^ when tho fe^IingX.of'tho'i parents who at- tended were elicited.. . As\ Mr. Wilson truly said at tho meeting, " parents should not tjlways liston to tho prattle of tlipir ohildren concorningisoliool affairs " thoy.nro so liablo to exnggorato j nndVho former should cast asido tliot sublimo, credulity which becomes fur. bettor tlio adolescent, rallier 'than tho mature ago. - ; I beliovo Mrs. Brown to bo in overy wa...

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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. EDUCATION TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

0RIG5NÂ1 '-.CORRESPONDENCE. Ora cólumns uva opon to all writers who refrain ffom'Uiu »so of virulent bmgungo or personalities ¡ but : wc íiro nof rflanonsiblu for opinions ex- pressed. ''yNi. \^ : EJ)»OATI TO TUE EDITOR OP TO Bm,-About six months since, wo Iud a visit from Mr. M'lntyrc, llio Inspector of îîalionaî^Schools, and as tho question of.cducation had for, some timo pre- vious exulted a good deal of public attention, I was not alone iii Imping that aomo good would result from it. At a meeting called by Mr. M'Intyre, shortly ofter his arrival, it will bo remomborod that among other mattera brought boforo his notice, was tho desirability of augmenting tho number of Local Patrons, and tho mooting was invited ; to nominate any gentlomon in whom they had confidonco to that ofllco j Mr, M'Intyro promising to submit their names for ; tho ap- ? I.provot of tho National-Board; Tho necessity bf esta- blishing au infant school was also, considered, and a promise on behalf of tho bourd ...

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

TUESDAY; JUNE ,24, 186?, TUB peculiar character of tho alluvial for- mations on the banks of, oiiiwers and ere¡eks, receding ns they do' in iewace-liko forms jfrpm the bowks inland, tiuis forming Jjpjlows pr instils which are filled during tbe (timo of floouVbufc.being lower '¿bah the ordinary banks (Of tho river and creeks, cannot return the overflow, thus leaying swamps find gullies, render much of tlio land afc tho back of tho merino scrubs almost useless for tho ordinary purposes of cultivatíónias well'ns, form inac- cessible barriers to ingress and "egress, except from the riverbank, thus making roads almost an impossibility:. Any method that would assist in keeping-out -{fie floods from these ?lands, or would be> helpful in rapidly getting rid of'tiie-.overflow; is worthy of the first . considération;, and. ought to ' ensure the good wishes, and efforts of all who " are so unfpr ';tunrte-ns to hold such lands, having-pur i cliased.during a season of drought. Many plans have...

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THE SOIL ADAPTED FOR COTTONGROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

THE SOIL ADAPTED FOE COTTON GBOWINCr. TUE following remarks on tho .soil adopted for cotton-growing appoarod in tho Herald . of Tuesday, in tho form of a lettor. to the Editor:- . - In tho oxtract wliich you published on {he 28th of last month from tho work of Afr, John Sponco on " Tho American Union," I find tho following1 to wit:-"Tho soil so admirably adapted for tho growth of cotton, and which liono othor in tho world appears 'to-equal, is tho "bottom laud, tho alluvium ulong tho course of tho rivers." In . making, i this .assertion, "Mr. Sponco has ; dovekmed ono fact to tho woll-in foraicd ; nhu that is, that like many others who liavo sought through Wind paths for literary fame or notoriety, ho is totally unacquainted'with a moat important part of ? hio' subject. .1 trust, ihoroforo, that you will permit mo to correct Mr. Spence's assertion through your much valued paper. To do this, I will havo to travel over thou- sands of miles, and give you from memory the names of all th...

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

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; that TENDERS will be ' received at this Office/ for building, ay BRIDGE over Sandy Creek, betwecnyMyrÜé. and: Deep Créeles, on the roat^rojfh. Gratton to Casino. - ' ,Thc. Bridge to lie ot the^Jaliic construc- tion as that lntcry.built over Myrtle Creese. Tenders, togctb/r with plans, and speci- fications to be sc/t in thy the 12tlr day pf JULY next.' ; . - : I By order of thc Bench, j CHARLES'MOORE, O.P.S: Police Office, Casino, 10th June. 611 ¡ Áustralian Joint Stock Bank. IVfÖTICE-rThis Bonkivill bc CLOSED -Ly on TUESDAY an/WEDNESDAY,' the 1st and 2nd Ji HALE-YEARLY) will please send in made up to thc ??-(' ""'' ILBNftS Grafton, 23rd June. , for the usual, [LA2<tE. Customers air pass-books, ' to "be of the half-year. ÏTIIBERT, Manager. 620 Grafton School pf Ar js. MR. SAMSON is auiflioriscd to COL: LEGT SUBREPTIONS to thc ábove Institution, mwwill furnish cards of membership tosubswberB. EDWARD Cf LAMAN, secretary. THE UNDERSIGNED being about to...

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

ncr cent. steam to Sydney. |; THE , COÏ :& R ÁÍ !w SYDNEY, T0 . day) MORNING ^ JEHOMAS FISHER, Agent. ' ^^í&í^ari JToíiit »tock Baa*; '?''?^ÓTrCIí is hereby given, that interest ' J3I ia allowed, by ibis Bank.on fixed de- posits, namely : On deposits for 13 months, per annum. On deposits for 61 annum. . /_,.. On deposits for/3 mouthy Syflcr cfiat. per annum. , . " . BANK POST . BILLS yith .interest, added at these rates respectively.;'arc issued pay- able to order. ?'.?"'i-V ::-é- ? ? HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Victoria-strcetj Grafton. v' ^ T^TOTICE.-In the" . Insolvent' ''Estate of 1T DAVIES and HAR20N, - All ACCOUNTS due trfthc/aljw* estate, if not PAID forthwith Whe/un^igned, will at oncc.be,seiit in ior Mgcmcnt. and levy. EDWA11D PHILl/ SAMSON; Sheriff's Officer- (Office/in thc Court-house, Grafton.)' : ' ... ' 598 Ti.HEREBY AUTHORISE Mr. E. P. A SAMSON to COLLEGT without delay ALL DEBTS duct/raqpafid sue, if neces- sary, for the saint ; m.* also to collect my REN...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

, LATEST COMMERCIAL 1 I PRODUCE CIRCULARS.' j " WIÍOI/ESAL10. , r 'fl;ANDEUSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.-'s] . Ajrivuls during tho past weok hnvo'bceni rathol' light , Mateo has conlinued firm, and several pareóla havo bccrrquittcd.at 8a Od. . f Il ly-Luoorno remains without alteration, tho del- mar I being good, . <., -V heat is acm ee, tho domand being brisk, and prices ndvmcing. -.y.Hour.-There is considorablo speculation going on in fl ur, and although tho price hus not materially nltoi id as yet, a nso is oxp'coted. ' . Wollongong butler is in demand ât ls Cd and likely'. to nwunco. . :-..-u . ;. .'|3aoon --(iel. to IA. per lb. for prime I/, ;'-: tjarloy, J-,mçhsh~5ij. lo Os. per bushel .<.'? Ditto Upr-ls lo 4s Od i .¡atv Hfysn i-la lid to ls lld poi'; bushel, iii demand","k StotSW-\3 0ilptfrlb. ' : ; ¡{Wea-Os to 40a each - ?' ;' ? .. ''. .. ' ? phcoso-3d to Gd i piouiV;fincst Town-C12 lo £13 per ton liny-¡Lucerno, £0.10s to £7 10s peu ton . I[idos,¡hcnvy-10s. to...

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AMERICA. THE GREAT BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

AMERICA. -«- ' ? THE GREAT BATTLE, /.-?-. . "Wà talco tho following particulars oft' this event îrcm thy pisjiatoK :- ' - ; '' ,' . PJttshurg Landing, April Oth. Ona, of- tho, greatest arid bloodiest' battles 'bf modem days lias just closed, resulting iri the bom-." plete rout of tko enomy, who a'tthokecL us^t days break Sunday morning^ ' '" '.. - * *.. 'The batflo lasted witliput intormission during the. entire day, and was;ngoin ronowod on Monday morning, and. continued, undocided, until four o'clock in tho afternoon, ' wkon tho enemy com- menced their 'retreat, .and arc' still ny|n» towards Oorintlii pursubdh'y a largo force bf oùr.bavàlry.- ' . TM slaughter, on lioth sides'is mnno'nso. iWe havo lost in killed-,and wounded and missing fronr'' eighteen to twonty thousand, that of tho onomy is,: estimated at frpni thirty-five to forty thousand. ? ' The fight waa brought on hy a body bl' three hundred bf. tho Twority-flfth Missouri Regiment, of General Prentiss' division, attackingt...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] London, April 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

EUROPEAN HjEWS. [FllOM-OTJB COimESPONDBNT.J : : ; .. ? ? . '... ? London, April 2Gth. ', ' SINCE- my "last' communication, ¡the great event of tho parliamentary: seBsmn-^the event; to wliich'perliaps: more, attention is^-du-ected both in. and but. of Parliament than;¡any. otheri if we except the Herby day. MOa; the Srdinstant, Mr. Gladstone, the Chancellor of ? the Exchequer, in; a'neat speech' of .four hours'- duration, delivered : himself, of his. ideas respecting the. present and futuro finan-. cial condition, of the country. ? If: the standard of; oxceHence óf a Budget is . to be beckoned, byVariy groat radical chango, either, in the amount of '-taxationor of expenditure, then the present will fall very far [below, tho mark. But tho fact is that the finances . of tho country, although in a A satisfactory con-: dition, will not admit of any reduction,; of taxation; and as for any reduction of ex- penditure, it is clearly out of the question at present. Tho'estimated expenditure f...

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FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, JUNE 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, JUNE IOTH.         "William M'PhoB, Southgate Croak, 80 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Taloumbi, on Palmer's Island, being lots 3G and 37 on Mr. Donaldson's surveyed plan, and adjoining IJugh M'Dermid's selection. : ÍA.1WU8 M'Jwan, Clnrenoo .River, 101 aores, county of Clarouce, , parish oh Wooclfor^l, .on Woodford Mond, beiiig lota 100 andYlOl, Adjoining John Kidd und John M'Kinnon'a selection. ; . Area selected, 181 aores ; 'dopoBit paid, Bs. ? TUESDAT, JüNE Í?Tir. ! . j Arohibald Shannon, Gfeorgorow, Clarence Rivor, 40 nores, county of Gresham, parish of Nymboida; situated at tho Codai* Scrub, about four. miles below Nymboida House Station, hounded ot) the south and wost, by'Nymboida Rivor; jjortji, by Pine Sorub; and east, by a rango of lillis. ', Raberi Blackney, Georgorpw, Claronoo River, 40 acres, county " ôf Gresham, parish of Nymboida, Bittiated at Stockyard Point, about five miles abovo Nymp...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 24 June 1862

(From tïtc Jleralil.) INTEUNATJ ,Ç05tMUNICATI0iî.-AVO Ulldor staud tlio' Executive \iavo determined to recommend to Parliament for its sanction that tho sum of £36,000 shall bo expended on.tho three main lines bf road ; viz., tho Southern, Western," nuil Northern ; and tho sum of £2<1',000 on other than main roads ; so that .¡he necessary means pf transit may bo kept up in a propcrMnannor to. euahlo tho various supplies to ijo sont to thoviuterior, and moro particularly tb tlío gph] fields. In addition to the abovo, £1000 is also to be appropriatd for making improvements iu the various towu-. ships on tho gold-fiolds. ' A moroorinl from Burrangong was presented on Thursday, to tho Governor, for tho release of Spicer, with 2000 signatures. Along willi tho petition thoru woro flvo adluiivits entirely .exculpating tho prisoner from any slmroin tho offence of which ho was con- victed, and ulso a declaration signed by tho jurymen who found him guilty, to thov effect that; had ...

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