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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

, r.'ö . .:',./i';DEPARTÜBE3. Soptember IO.-Urara (s.), 400 tona, Cap ¿aiu -Wiseman,: for Sydney. / Passengers Mr. Darke, Misses Darke (3), Mr. Devonald, and I) in-the vsteera^o.¡ 11, r. ,.v, September 115.-Volunteer "schooner, 70 .. toni}, paptain Howe, for Brisbane.

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HOME SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

IV! . ; .% ' f'.'i: .ii'.. . .. .. '?' . . ... ; ílii Poi'liament nothing of"lany. moraenfchas . ' tajeen .plâçe, :but.I; must.roention «af ¡obserya tibn'of lord Palmerston in reply tb a ques ' 'tion "puti Í with reference to ^our, .troops ,int 'Canada, it Xyas.,, tho, Government .did'not' <? 'intend to reniovo'any bf the troops at, pre '! sent; stationed ] there, and there were suffi 'èient inoh'capable bf bearing1 arms in case of emergency." This loóles as if the Govern- ment did:, not place .much reliance in tho lasting/friendship! of the Northern States, if tlieyisupceed-.in'. subduing;the Confederates.. Ever. since the Trent affair,' the expression of ill-feeling towards ."England.1 is , almost uni. versaljin fact irW the period referred too j and,tho gigantic\pfforts wbj'mado ..to. furbish * -Canada with {foons; they saw their deficiency ,, in ships, Supposing a' rupture, had taken place 4uy thing like; a respectable opposition s''on 'the.ocean was out of the questi...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

? " : . /rr*.EUSSIA.C 'f'î\. : '. >i 'i In"European politic^ «we have 'tho recegni ti'orjjbf Italy^by Eusma, -and rumours pf a ".iro^r'beïween -Era&cej. ^uM^^atfdifitaly-.i tbejtare 'to settla/tlio Eastern questio'n:--:i.el,, Thq."Pope and^the 'dis^;^%ce»'!'ia '¿Serna Mobtenegj^-Englan'd ^"prèsënt has tïôt said shidzbrn^wordUmt signs tójn^ntthe'djstáüeo . of. Pwisdià and^usfrta bo'-^g luneásjr fat She attitude assumed ,, by Napoleon. "¡Thbró is;rio denying tho fact that bel, i's' most' energetic . amongst all tho crowned-heads in promoting tho intorestspf France. .'. : v- -, v'iVy .; KviBSÍá;proBents ai'sad spectacle considblung tho liberal tendency of ¿lie 'Einperor^Alex iinder-incendiary ires aiio taking place in all tho lárgó.cities, in fitctTa 'gigantic conspiracy exists iu.the army and~ âmougst 'tho'.nobles' against tho Emperor-.: Alexander, ;'wíio evi- dently has not the iron rule; of hi3 father. . ; ;Polaud is ono ïvplcaiïo of dissatisfaction-K ihilitary murders an...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

-, September,G.H-Pwiwi (s.),, for, Sydney : SOG,baga, maize, 100 boxes.epop, 7 packoges tiacon, 53 'hides,' 5* casks tallow 318 boms,' 6 bundles ;slicepskins, 10'bags wqol,".2.btiMibones,iceboxes oggs/,887- ozsi 13 dwts.: llgrs. gold,S. coops/owls,., and ,sundry; small pack, ages. ' ' ' .' . ." '. V' .--?"í íSeptcmbor 15.-Volunteer,foivBrisbauo s 824 bags, ??]?- jnaizc, 34 boxes 8pap/?^" ::;'y . \ .' .. :. ;i. i.Thpi Elizabeth !flef# Sydney,? on >^,-.'5fli. ; , instant, and was off the Héads ion the11th ; crossed the bar on the following .(Friday) " morning ; 'landed cargo, at the Ebeky Mouth and Elbow, and arrived at the Factory at 10.p.m. on Saturday. Sho experienced light variable winds'throughout the passage. The Elizabeth is laid' on for; Jiockhninpton, and will sail in about a.week or ten days. ..; « .; ; The Grafton loft . Sydney ,'at! mid-day on . .u .TliursdayV Newcastle at 1 a.m. pn Fridayi v .;croBsed;theibni,'at ll a.m., on -Saturdayj and' . .;; i,arrived(at Grafton;a...

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GRAFTON SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

. ... GRAFTON,SCHOOL OF AETS ON Friday evening, a. Soiree waa given toVnaugu-, rate tue oponing of the lecture season, in the main hall pf the School of Arts. Tho tables were pre- sided over by tho ladies of (lie district and ample provision was made for tho consumption, of the visitors. Probably tho setting in of rain d;- ? minished tho attendance, but betweeu sixty anjl sovouty persona wero present. 'r THE BEV. A. 13. SELWTW President of tho Insti- tution, took the chair, and'stated that tiley had* met. there that night to endeavour to rekindle an interest in the Institution which had of late been sadly want- ing. For this purpose thc oommitteo proposed to set in motion various agencies, suoh as.lecturea, classes for inslruotion in various branches' of science, arid especially a debating class, by which they hoped to make tho Institution both , useful arid popular ; he would not detain them by speaking on'these subjects himsolf, but would call on their newV,seoretary (Mr. Michael)...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner[?] TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

Clarence unir ^icJmoitV . TUES DAY, . SEPTaîMBElwÇ:i8C2. THE. report: of. tlio aoiecfc committee^api" pointed on' tho 18th. ¡Tuno last, to ^ep£"ider; tho Legislative Council Bill, places^Vofy' Clearly before th"é; colong ^ttié difficulties.] of. the position-points "out in detail theSihodes bywhit-li thosp difficulties may be met/and .lias sncceWedin framing, a bill by whichî the priuciSBles-e^npiatöd irt^the report, liiay-be embodied^Fo^ó^ficjil action. . The, various attempts thattyay^been made by all parties to settle the question have hitherto prpycd unsuccessful, and.tho tirno.-.hos nojv arrived .when ail 'différencies must ' ;<{i«5a;»way} und 'mich a compromise; be made -as ^vu^-Sdtj.^'a. disposition to.co-óperato in thé framing such '^measure as will place ;the' matter- AipoV -a « permanéút,;ba^w. > 'Tho - 'incidents f.of '? the history of! tiffi la^tAfew^ (years/have: silenced the confiiotj&'opjnton upon the - comparative value of the^nn\«( - and (elect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

JENDERS. ave..Required , for making A . APPROACHER to:. Bridges,'; and STUMPING;'; on the Mad; from .Cohen1« Wharf, ¡Uínfarrá.' ^ to Messrs.;^.; LEÉS»N|ariu G.iBLA-^Clî, :Road,Trutó^ |"(!|50' W. II .. ? H O L "M E ,,S., COMMÏS&ON. 1GEI<T,;-,;:J; Sussex ami market iírecía»', j ^?'^^:kNé-Í::. ? *? All.dcscri/tiofis d^Col/lial [Produce .DISPO^Ep '0¥yilt t^liighest yniarket rates, j .', 855 For, Smithes .Flat. ; THE/'.VÄi&AMEit _; ULMARRAJI THURS. DAY,,2nd October.// . t|[.j" y;; \;;;,)TH(^AS^ISffER, Agent.' .'REWARDTr-.STOLEN' bu STKA^p^'jltóni'^CTince,', some time about March' last, the undermentioned .H^RSESivizr:^''^,''^^: 7. WS '; .Chestnut fijly, risin^foW years, star jin ,¡¡ forehead, jbran(ledY\-mther; indistinct, ;, oi^nearjshoulderl Y\\\AÜ . .Brown gelding, agcd,)¿c)8keHítai!; star in forehead,.branded TFG bu near shoulder. 1 ; [If 'stolen; the above; reward' will be .paid tb:' Sairy .persona ; who.-willi-;give ^such information; asiriay lcad-to thb ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. AMERICA. GREAT CONFEDERATE VICTORIES— RETREAT OF THE FEDERALS TO JAMES RIVER. BATONROUGE TAKEN—MURFREESBORO RE-CAPTURED [FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT, VIA. MARSEILLES.] London, July 25th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

:.' '.AKRIYAL OP TIIE E^GNLI^H MAIL. 1 AMERICA. GREAT CONFEDERATE VICTORIES-. ;: . ?-: TO3TRÉAT- 6$ THE- 'FEDERALS TO ? JAMES' "EIVER;: - - ' iBATO.NRq^ RE-CAPTTOED^ [FROM* OTB'' lOtoON ^ppESrONDENT, TIA ? ''-ff ]}, MÍBSEÍLÍEB.] _ ; ''London,JJuly 25tli,18G2. SINCE' tho poriod of my last letter, via Marseilles,, tho all engrossing topic is the stniggiegoing oninAjnéricaV Weare all hero on." the; tip too;of expectation: when .the Federals shall hayo ÇfiwÂerf oui :ñis rebellion. To ranko, you understand 'the' position of 'áílairs'TBh'alVcommon lof Morajphis-and Uoriùth by the Federals, after Borne slight resistance ; however 8000 halos of cotton were dostroyed by tho Confederates ; prior to their retreating. ' M'Clollan, as I menttoûod in nvy; laafy was [ steadily groping bia ^ajTr^.^eiimon^th^uga^ swamps and quagmires, Wei received'-naming accounts; of a yeryi .bloodyiciiáagement, in which the righti' wingjof . M'Olellan's army had beon i;attackéd'by the Confederate General Stbne ¡ w...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

. ! ívaóú 'o iii COBRESPÓNBENT.I ¡>0". ' JIB QKOPS^'WO Kavo/ïipfiKiàg -iii tho\ shape niridti'fTlie'"^^pill^ra'have enfen iip nearifi the whole, pf^tlie, wheat.prop, and in ' most cases-.have'turned the oüce\Íuxuriant fields of. igr.q\vingH wheat into . a', perspsctivo 'of: bare 'clodsJr and * 'flagless stalks.- Some1 of our formers talk of ;pl6ughingu'p tho wheat land for tlie purpose of laying it' dbwh with early corn,, and .this, <we- think, is-tho proper course to adopt, especially " with tho early- crop1 pf wheat, i Hain is ¡ very , much required ;; every }thingWp.;;&OjSBh»pji of vegatation'has alack moistureappe.mnc^aiid green stuffs aro very" ; scarce^ ,i|\:r)vr ?r..j>,;--.---,, W¿ma¿L,-W6£i:'é afraid that your newly arrived, mediçàVm'a\i is.bêcoming, somowhat unpopular iii Uhnarra; Iiis scale of charges, or the' system rather,1 which 'lie has adopted, dips too deeply into the pockets of our farmers, who^ naturally, think that .it is enbjigh to fee ^'...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

LÂÎEST G OMtVlERGS AL. \.WHOLESALE. " : DEltóO», CAMPBEliíi,'/ AND ' CO.'s]'- . ; ? vWewalp rrowiiJkges ofiniportónco tó:report-foY'tho pa" W9}k\ Ariïvnte hayolbeeui steady, business, brisk; ánd prices lh;m..,f! f,i¡ ."/;,.,;,y.:1 j.,.re¿ ¡,¡\,, " '.. - Maize contenues-in good demand foi' shipman, ut -tis for large paresis, and pot-Imp's, Blight advance on that for small lots* . ,'ivi:f". ''if; ' Wheat remains without alteration, and flour in fuirt demand at former quotations, ' .-'( , . ! Huy Lucent is pf anything in'Butter .'detriaii'l and sales of good 'aro easily, completed *at £7.'» mi i i Wollingong Butter continue? hvdomand ut2s. Potatoes Boll readily ot ,£G10s. Ito' ¿7.'''; : Maize-4s per'bushul: ?''?). \ ' "; ' ? ..: ÍWiient-Colonial); 6s Adi to Gs.? \c, , . Flour-fincst&Wn-£15 per ton Ditto, fine Country, JBld po.j^y | r .; .'? ¡ Bacon-5d. tb 6d. por lfaVfor:prim'o ! Caledonian Wlidrf, King-street,' Sydney,-' '' - September 10th. r *.-.-*. - ''i-'1 '?..'.!'.i'i ?? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

? Steam .lo- Ssjdney;^^'.^ TJ/E G. Aa.ß. itfM'äM ^ ''COMPANY'S sterysWl «GRAF ÓN, (tf SYDNEY, TO-'« ,^10^ (Wcdues díty) MORNING, at aiyfgBt. THOMAS FISHER; Agent. Australian Joint 3iock.J5<?j&k. v ^ (^V'-J^ ? -J/- Z-» \. > KOTICB ia, hereby given, that interest ia allowed by thia Bank on ford de- posits, namely : On deposits for 18 months,-4 pei cent, per «nimm. / y , Oil depoáts.for 6feo^bs,jrper :cent, pet annum, ip / pf ,¿ , On de/o4W'fc^3j^nt^:2percent.,per. annum.* / BANU, Pos/ Biixs: with : interest added., at-these 'rates respectively are .issued pay- able to order. ' * ? HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Victoria-street-Grafton.? ..,8 rANTED a BULLOCK DRIVER; Bingle man. foodyifngf*... Apply. to. THOMAS BAWB^N/PiiaikrBticet (near the Beehive). / > ' WANTED, imnwdiattily, : ? a LAD, ¡ to ftRSisl. in hqSaííugjía ínob ol' cattle. Apply to 'GRAHAM AMfLNE, Etonswill. ,i (vANTEDi ten .or twelve good, AXE MEN andUKOJHS SINKE« S. Vïîpply ,at the *Gawp, Telegraph Linc...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

'* '' . ",, " H IMPORTS: ' "" ,$;.< ;v?JSeptemborl2.-Mzabeth, from Sydney ¡ 90 bags .?¡-'sugar,i.66 ¿baga<salft, 1-'erato earthenware,'! oask,;I buodjc, 20 enees kerosene; J5 coses ohairs, 3 chumes, 1 . caso tiuks, 1 caso niustord,! pnekago cornebollcra, 1 V<iäse Meat cutters,''8 ftes hails, 8- nosts buckets,., 12 kegs red lead, 8 casca wees, 1 ' bundle saws, 2 kegs nans, 1 coil rope, 12 q|llock bows, ¡Chilera,., 10' ? t.;grindstones, 10 puckagos;,s¿unrV/'V»P..'sJ}.C¿rnpY ^ -A» bell j ,1-1, packages .funnture;. 2'"'bundles bedding, Cross} IO bags flour, 6 bags sugar, 8 kegs wire mik, . I parcel, 87 bars 4 bundles 2 plates iron, 1 chest 1. : half-chest tea, 6 casks rosin,- W. Kirchner ; . 8 >'kegs gunpowder, M. Pavicll; 90 kegs gunpowder, White; - , <5 kegs gunpowder, Fisher, 1 packuges, Pilot Station. "". ' Soptcmbor IS.-^Grafton, (a.), from'- Sydney i ll carriage, 1 cask, 2 cases, 1 caBo saddlery, 1 packago i v tobacco, C.. Robertson, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

Ï^OrÇ'jAWDCAMEB' MONDAY, 11TH AUGUST. ;-;.Í í^To ^aüorí? and all Buyers of '.i .-j 'Woollen. Goods. -, , < \-^ SAMUEL SYMONDS, WOOLLEN DRAPER, corner of» York and Barrack streets, Sydney Laving determined to, conduct his business for thc future for. ... HE AD Y MONEY, offers as a special inducement to cash cus- tomers, a well-selected stock of broadcloths, coatings, tweeds, angolas, and tailors' trim- mings, all marked at thc lowest ßhade of profit. V / v,^','Thcvery . besttyest of England glottis and doeskins do\Vn to tweeds Indrfolack . doeskins, at 3a. A5d. per ^ird, /re 'fltoays .on hand, and injrodlnjr]mreha/ei'8<t>tlfind the^reduction in^ii3esv/y de/dedi . .¡Wápllen goods «u b/sold cheap, where | - there are smallvfcxpei\ej and no bad debts, ;> and the ready-money customer is thus placed upon a right footing, instead of having to i ? do his share in paying the debts of other ; people us well as his own. Thcistock^vill be marked in plain figures, -ar...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 16 September 1862

FREE SELECTION                       THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH.     Jacob Lollback, Grafton, 50 acres, County of   Clarence, parish of Great Marlow, commencing at the South-east corner of Mr James Keele's selection, and bounded on the South by a road dividing it from origi- nal section No. 7, to V, Klous' selection, and by that selection to include the area.     James Davidson, Grafton, 55 acres, county of   Clarence, parish of Ashby, being portion No. 4, lot II of sale at Grafton, 26th September.           John A, M'Aulay, Carr's Creek, 85 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Woodford, on Woodford Island, being portions. 87 and 88.   Area selected, Í90 acres; deposit paid, 47 pounds 10s.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. AREVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

. A BEVERIE. xas mn'had cet bebind tbe wettern hill», The cuckoo had commenced her era ing song ; < JU u' And murmuring onward were the little rills, .) That stolei their way the silent glade along. ? j !?<..? r.-The gentle z^byrs plated among the tree», '"'"' } ^Nos^boddtog oat in all tba depth of spring; ; i,; .The nignt^VU hoot.came wafted on the bréete,, ... ? .'. ' 'Joined with' tlíewbiitling of the wild ducks tung. The howling dingo sneaking from h isiah-, Sent forth his cry along the gra«iy plain ; ,. , Then turned his fleeting steps to where, . Some favorite scent attracted him again. The noon just riling in the eastern tky, Shed o'er the earth Sie sun's reflected light; Shooting her beams o'er hill and Taller nigh ; . Dispelling darkness from the realm of night. lured by the softness of her streaming rays, , I wandered forth to view tho glorious scene ; . Unconsciously I laid me down to gaze, .1 slept, ood dreamt, a happy happy dream. I thought I »aw t...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

LATEST COMERCIAL, j . [THOMAS BAWDEN.]- J I havo to report that trodo .lins J>«»i i\ iittin moro aotivo during tho past week: nott^ci(/atfitirling tile long continued drought affects} 'business- generally^ and should not ra'nvBhortlvsotin [lin.consequences will bo rather serious to tho district. ^. . i ? STORK PATTIE;-I havo!. had some onquirioj for mixed cattle, nnd havono dnubt thoro will bo »! brkk demand .for such ns Boon as wo huvo ' a chango : of weather., . ,: .:. <.< . WOUKIKO BuiiioCKS have boen slightly m de- mand during tho week ; 1 havo heard of traiwnctioití as high as £8, but I quote them nt JES to £7 per hcAd for young, quiet, und in good condition.' ,' ' HORSES;-This, market is rather-dull, being glutted with on inferior description" of stock, although really food and well known hackney? command 'fair; rates. Iraught aro slightly in dotnnwl ;11 havo sold during tho wcok ono [Diok] ut £82 ¡ ono nt £28 ¡ nnd ono at £19. .. o ...... v.'.' '' ' -...

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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

.'. : AjlJIIDAXE, " ! JJIANÜI'AOTUIIIN» ,' JJl3TnEsa ÏUKD.- ivJi'.' íllowaell, the hott, sec', 'ht Armidale l'or thin fund, informs us that tho sum of £300 ha« been despatched, as the flrstinstalment ftoin New JEuglane,:through Mr. Oakley, Mayor of Sydney, to the Lord Mayor of London. SEmor/s CASE..- On.. Monday afternoon j Mr. Mathew "Moran, watchmaker, was found j lying on his bed, at his residence, iu. a danger- ous ; state of exhaustion, from tho loss of a quantity of-blood flowing from an ulcer which began forming, about, six months ago on ;the. ?side of tho rpot ,of his tongue. . Dr. Slcinnor was; sent .for, and ; after , doiiig. what was necessary at tho timó, arranged for Mr. 'Moran's remo vaV tb ithöhoBpital. ,

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

EXPORT.?. £¡*plemter 17.-Grafton («.) for Sydney: 100-3 tagt maize, 3 casks wine, 23 hide«, IO sides bacon, 1 ; bag ham, 1 tin butter, 2 coops poultry, 8 bozei egg», 3 boxea oodla), DC ou. gotö, 2 kangaroos and tun ein«?,.

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RICHMOND RIVER. DEPARTUEES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

.-.-- I EICHMOND BIYEB. ! ' DEPARTURES* ! Septen ber 9 th.-Commerce fpr Sydney. "September 10th.-Jô«"çhincfor Melbourne. Septembcr.llNi.- Fanny for Melbourne ; ! Coraki, Helen, Sea Gull,1 Jane Somerville, j Hhoderick Dhu, Wayo of Lifo, Storm King, j Calleuder, for Sydíiev; Pioneer for New- ! castle. \ . " j The Úrara made a good run up, having arrived at Fibber's Wharf at 4'45 p.m. on Friday. The Grafton left Fisher's Wharf at 5.15 on Wednciday morning, and crossed tho bar afc 'noon, - with moderate easterly breezes and fine weather. .. ', .

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LATST INTELLIGENCE. (From the Armidale Express.) Sydney, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

LAT S T INTELLIGrE NC E. (From ike Armidale Express.) Sydney, Friday Afternoon.',,. Tho Legislative'CotinctJ 1'lil'has been read a second time. >?'?? ? .. i[ AV. On "Wednesday the cojich; fromiForhea "to. Carcoar, with eighteon pttfcBengfctt waiKstuck> up by five bushrangers, \vh(v took.cSlöÖ. ¿ í ,; M!k M'Kinhvyand party arrived ut .Broad' ^SoundVn September 4thj ktsving crossed, tho/ Continent. AlTsrçcll. > ' "> Three Jftousand^six hundred pounds have: tobe, remjjjted^yj^tuiail for,the distress.' iiïiaiicashire. ""au"^-' *, "?"""The Escorts have ; h 'Ought '' down 7600 ounces of^gold. 1 The Penrith railway truju yesterday ran over a mau- who was shoping, on tho rails.' ?His recovery ia hopeless. ? >; :irj

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