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FREE SELECTION. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

! PBEE SELECTION, j I 3Í05PAT, SZPTZXBZZ ÍSZB. . *! j í&s GnsT?, Wtodfcrl IaUsl, bdbaee oí bi IS, ] on Wcodfarf IslDíd- - . ^ ' ! THTJ2SDAT SEPTES£EE2 ISra. [ /eira S?wu-¿r, Trliaina, 97 : asnea, . ewsi'f of Ctstoee,perishof As?ií¡y, k¿í G&snd HE, portiaaä 2 sad 3, ut« st Grafios, 20sh Srptetober. . ;Jî=rt M'Dîaild, Gráfioo, 63 saes, , eoaslr of airease, parish of Ashby. iou JJ ced xc,,pí-rtir=s 5J*Í C,'* ¿¿e si GrsfiosÄShSepteaber;^ . V D?Tjd =j^t*T IJIxaarrMí asna; eosatf of Caras-;, pM*5 cf Uteirra, áinzU «erf of 2nvî=x?ilfl Crees, ssommag D. Stokes* eooditäfKssi pófí'^íie of 10 «rf, -yi'lfíag Ktarared pcrtïîsî, Xo f -v Y » ' ivgáVaid Bofenaa, TTifaij-riftoa, SOjcsref, KflL^.of Clsrecce, peru^T ' {fjrtí, 03 tfce ,t >*aiH¿J¿-<¿¿^'H7!'^''*S*-»ii:^3a*S' **r»T eoaaiy of Cbriaes, purúíi of 1ïor>ifjià, >i WoatJ ford'Isfand, pcrtt/.-n S7. " Ark» selsáed, 322 acres ; dijosü paid, £T0 10*. ExCCteSIOX TORTUE CLAEE5CE HXABS. We^uîd remîndViar readers that...

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MONDAY, [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

MONDAY, Before Captain Hill, P.M, and Messrs. Alfred Lardner and S. Avery, J.P.s MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING. Robert Ward, alias Cooper, alias Bob the Lawyer, was brought up in custody, charged with cutting and wounding, with intent to do grevious bodily harm. James M'Clelland deposed : he knew prisoner by the name of Bob the Lawyer ; on the 19th September he was returning home, with his wife, according to the decision of the Bench ; his wife wished him to stay a little while to rest at Cowan's public-house ; Bob came in ; he told him they were going back to the station ; he applied several bad expressions to him ; he then struck him several times on the face with his fist, knocked him down, caught him by the throat, and tried to strangle him ; he kicked him while lying on the floor ; after he was taken away he rushed at him again, and knocked his head several times against the floor; he then knocked his head through the glass window, and drew it backwards and forwards several times, and s...

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

w Giles' Ladies Work Table Companion j and Catalogue of Novelties, for 1862, i JJ/L BE F0RJ#A|DED, GRATIS j invjLaJp m the C lony, on re- ' ceipt of ¿AAonsaJ *. , FRANCIS GT;US.& CO. Denison House, \^:<^' v* George-street Sydney." ; i'. li' 766^1 BEEP ! 1 WHM»?: BEEP *\f ESSRS. SABIEtf AND HANCOCK, ' xVI BUTCHERS, Q JJ EEK" ST BE E T, Still continue to SUPPLY the BEST | ARTICLES at the following rates : ? .. Bee£ ' , . Prime joints, 2d!, per lb. .¡ Inferior ditto, l£d.perlb., CASH at the block | Corned beef, 2¿d. per lb. Ditto.ditto, per .100 lbs., 16s. 8d. Tongues, coined and fresh, l's. each Quarters, l^d., per lb., delivered. Mutton. Hind', and Fore Quarters, 6d. alternately. Legs, 6d., per lb. Loins, 6d., per lb. Shoulders, 6<L, per lb. Necks and Breasts, 4^d., per fi. ' Veal. 4d. per lb., round. : Fork. Joints, 4Jd., per lb. By the carcase or side, 4d. per lb. Hands, corned, 6d, each Pigs'.ifaces, ld. per.lb., corned. : Bacon, by the side, smoked, ...

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ROCKY MOUTH. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

, " BOCKT HOTîTB> " fjEEOJl OCB COEBZSroyDSST.J I SEPTEÙBEB 18TH.-A wharf is teing carried ,out here for the steamers to call at, and TTOI very soon be finished, the greatest drawback boeing fte want of a team'of bullocks, which isinot easilj procurable. Mr. Snail's large ^punt has been Terr useful, which by the bye was rather in danger. On Wednesday last, "while rafting timber about a mile above twfcere tbs Grafton steamer was discharging ôargorat Boeky Mouth, it is presumed parties inhibé steamer, whose spirits may have been elevated by'the change of air, minook the punter a hay-stack, or in a wariike mood thought they were Sir V. Armstrong, prac- tising on the "Warrior, one ball being beacti : fuDj-pitcirf-TntWn two yards of the noble ''.all-sided craft, end evidently meant to ! salute too freely Black Sandy's seat of honour. T3e J people of Grafton may be Eroud, and thé': steamer in particular, on aring such an effective naval brigade.-A great many pcople%m the North Arm and ...

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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 23 September 1862

?' 'Aj"- S Y DNE Y. , . r. - 4 f ( (Jfrom -the EeraU.) , . I i J II .'CÖTTON/PBOM *HB FJJIS.-An -interest r j v . ;ing indication of the^advancing ^.industry 'J. ' . '< "of theFijis has been afforded by, the shipment l'f,/'"tJtóce.'fi»England, by;íway¡ of.8ydney, of J s ;,.!'ieVeral "balea of cotton, the first shipment of the produce from those islands. The Cotton wa8 grown by" the natives bf the Fijip, jfrora whom it was collected hy Mr.- Davies.-the Ï'árceleI amounting to upwards of 4000 lbs: 'art of the "cotton is Sea Islands, and part Mexica.n,rand two; dèseriptions having been mixed together...Several Manchester men ." , ."have jnspected the samples, andhaye prb '"-' "nóúhcéd theV cotton tb be very superior. . i v. quality, strong, in staple, and beautifully i" ''clean ; by^some.judges it is considered equal , !i '' to the test .eottón'tbat has been produced in -¡ i ? this:colony. .Some-of thé bales are for the present at Messrs Beilby and Scott'? store, in New Pitt-...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

.. ... AEXPOBTS. " ; . .. ? 'I ? Ootober 8.-¿Urára (s.), for'.Sydney: 513 bags. maize, 2Ó0-eHeopskinB, 120 hides, 6 boxea eggs, 6 coopi poultry, 1 hone, 20 bags bran, and sundry wiall packages. ' ..."

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TOTAL LOSS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

TOTAL LOSS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES STEAMER. - ':\ Bï'thq- arrival bf the Diamantina (a.) from ' tile Maiming River, wo have received tba' partícula» of the loss of ono of tho finest steamships in the colony. The Prince of Wales was o now ship built expressly for tho A. S. N._ Company, and only a few months in the colony ; having been placed in tho Brisbane trade, her great carrying oapaoity, superior rabin accommodation, and regularity of arrivals had established her reputation ? ' on the Northern lino, and'her' loss will be. felt by the mercantile community. She left, Sydney on the 2nd, instant witlii twenty-four passengers, aud a jgeneral^ R^pecting the particulars of this sod accident in- volving the loss ot throe livosj we give the extract from the log of the Diamantina, and .also a portion of Captain Boll's letter to tho manager of the A. 8. N. Co. " Saturday, 4th instant, 3 p.m.-Threo passengers and Mr. Stewart, ahief engineer of tho Prince of Wales came on board, and roportcd ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. VIA JUBAL. London September 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. VIA JUBAL. V i London September lab. ? Tho marriage of. his-Boyal Higbness.the Princeof Wales with the Princess Alexandrina of Denmark is officially announced. . Garibaldi was, wounded and his followers defeated in Oalabiia. He was taken prisoner, and is to be tried by the Senate. . , Ireland is in a state'of great turbulence, . Thousands of. people . aro flying from i America to Canada, and persons have been ' arrested even for speaking against the con- tinuance of the war. Tho-Chartered Bank of India has lost. , £40,000 by opium frauds.

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

Our subscribes are informed that subscrip- tions for the past quarter are.:now due . .and a settlement of the same is respect" fully solicited.

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CASUALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

; , OASTJALTÍES. . . , Tho Daphne, from pondon, hound to Sydnoy, put back into\Torbay¡having been in collison with thê4 ship Mallebn. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

NOTICE TO ADTEKTISEBS;-We Lave re- ceived two advertisements with reference to a matter that lately came before our Police Court ; but as the question has already been decided by thejroper tribunal, we can see up -goodjtUjit Voq^'mu&ii-Qnr ag^in ;;41'aggirigf tho maiter before the^ public j' and'"we must' therefore decline \to giyo them insertion in our columris;--^EpA '<V-\^<.

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WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

' WOOL REPORT. : ft ,-.; The third.series of public Bales bi'- colonial iwool;for tho current year commoucod on 1st .¡Augusto. Tho- opening bidding ruled some- what activo, and tho closing rates of last, sales were well maintained..- '., lu somo . instances there were slight advances in price* The arrivals of wool to the 1st of August reached to 106,682.' ???',' 'Hides.-Australian' in good - demand, and prices aro firm, i .'..,< Horns: and; Bones,have, met better sales than last mouth . ; ' TalloWi-Good.. business. dono. at bettor prices.'

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

ITALY. ' I Garibaldi has entered Catania on the east of Sicily, and is reported to have crossed over to Calabria at night. Sicily is placed under martial law, and the coasts blockaded.. He anticipates wresting Borne from the'French;. bis cry'.is " Borne or death ! "r Volunteers "àre"swarming to. Sicily by thousands join.him.v^i Vf ssels laden with arms hover jound tnq coaatAand transports are collected. Í \, v'.... X August ,23rd.. The "Tuscan correspondent of the Times states that Calabria, .is.full of Garibaldiana in arms ; that tho king's officials in that province are abandoning, their posts,, and, that in Sicily a number of officers are throwing up their _ commissions rather than' fight against Garibaldi-whilst .private sol-; diers evince tho.sa'me symptoms by-open insub- ordination. Meanwhile, the French army-of occupaution at .Home has been strongly, rein- forced, and Kmg Victor Emmanuel has issued a proclamation, declaring Garibaldi a rebel. This is the chief political topic...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

. "I;?"!1;!*':' 'DEPARTURES.' J October 8.-Urara'(s.), 400 tons,' Captain "Wiseman;1-ibrnSydttoy:í-'FasséíigorB-Mrs'.. Dobbin and 2 children,- Messrs. Kirchner, Devonald, Browny Fainnam Mclfit, ;-andv;12 in the steerage. ?:'?>'< v '

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WRECK OF THE GOLDEN GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

WBEOK OE THE GOLDEN GATE. The steamer Golden Gate; which, loft San Francisco on the 21st July for Panama, was* burnt to'the water's edge; on tho 27th off Manseanellas. Out. of 380 persons on board only, eleven were saved. The specie on board, which was' all lost, amounting to 1,000,000 dollars.; :

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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. THE LATE INQUEST ON WILLIAM KITSON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, OÜB columns aro opon to all writers who refrain from tho uso of virulent language or personalities ; but wo aro .not responsible for opinions ex« ""pressed. v '?? ?.? . . ./ V --:->. THE LATE INQUEST ON WILLIAM 1 KITSON. ...... TO.THE EDITOR OF TUB EXAMINES. -f Sm.-I.triut you will givo me «p94iajniyouruj»lqjL^. able journal, for a few remarks regarding the inquoat on tho death of William Kitson. I Grafton, bf tho death of William Kitson, and although II understand tho Coroner received information tho' samo evening, no one made their appearance at Bockv Mouth to enquire into tho cause 'of his death," till j Saturday evening, when tho Coroner arrived with two polico ; the jury could not givo a vcrdiot without I medical evidence, and wow obliged to toko tho' body to Grafton, tho body remaining in the ohargo of private j parties until it was landed in Graft on on. Monday. Hod it not been for tho kindness of Captain Creer, of I tho Ulmarra, in taking tho jury...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

OBITUARY. Sk«' sAHañ '-?M'Nab,; Mr.; Ricardo,' M.P.V Lord Dungannon,Tro'fessbr.Trail, the Dean of Gloucester, and.Greneral Lord John Hay. ,

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. AT ADELAIDE. (From the Herald.) PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. TURBULENCE IN IRELAND. INCREASE OF DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE. FORGERIES ON THE BANE OF ENGLAND. FRIGHTFUL STATE OF AFFAIRS IN AMERICA. CONSCRIPTION IN THE UNITED STATES. DREADFUL OUTRAGE AT ATHENS, IN ALABAMA. SUFFERING OF M'CLELLAN'S ARMY. DEFEAT OF GARIBALDI IN CALABRIA. GARIBALDI WOUNDED AND TAKEN PRISONER. BURNING OF THE STEAMER GOLDEN GATE, AND LOSS OF 329 LIVES 25,000 ADDITIONAL FRENCH TROOPS FOR MEXICO. London, August 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

' .^.OABBIVAL OP THE' : SI ENGLISH MAIL. .?. AT ADELAIDE. ' ' '? '(From the Herald) ' - ? -.V-, -y..* ;.'? PROROGATION OP PARLIAMENT. L; . '/ - TURBULENCE. IN'" IRELAND. INCREASE OF DISTRESS IN'-LANCASHIRE ' . ' 'AND YORKSHIRE. ' FORGERIES" ON THE BANE OF ENGLAND. FRIGHTFUL":> STATE *OF AFFAIRS IN . AMERICA. CONSCRIPTION m THE UNITED STATES. DREADFUL OUTRAGE -AT ATHENS, IN W L ^ \ ALABAMA., . SUFFERING OF . MCCLELLAN'S A RMY.. .... DEFEAT OF GARIBALDI IN CALABRIA. ' GARIBALDI WOUNDED, }AND TAKEN PRISONER. . BURNING/-¡OF ' THE V STEAMER S-GOLDEN GATE, AND LOSS OF-329 LIVES 1 . 25,000 ADDITIONAL EBENOH ¡ TROOPS FOR MEXICO..... . . .. ' :i-;r ..:..) Tu. . !" .. ';...;?< ;i Loudon.i'AiiiTiisfc.afifcli: .. THE Australian Jünó;mail8iwero delivered in ' " Her Majesty was to leave .Seotland;fori.the' Continent.Septembecilst. After visiting the King of the Belgians she intended'to romain for 'some weéks mstrictseclusiomr. ;.; ' : ^Parliament; was: prorogued by ¡Commission' on '...

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

GRATTON POIilÖE COÜltT. ! : - TUESDAY.-*' ; 'BEFORE Captain Hill, r.M., and MesBrs. A. Lardner, M. S. M'Dougnll, S. Avery,' E. M.. Evan, AV. Bobortson, .AV. Small;¡and AV. E. Bayldon, J.P.'a . JÜKY MST. j ? . Sergeant Stokes produced tliejury list,¡and stated that no objections had been filed.' A number of names wero struck out, aud several added by the Court. V ATTEMFJ! TO SIlIltUER. .' Before Captain Hill, P.M., and Mr.:,,AV. Small, J.P. . . ,(1 'James Power, who was. apprehended J late on Monday night last, ns mentioned in"' our last issue, charged with attempting to. take the life of Mr. James Aitken, of Bushy Park, was brought up 'p custody. . Tho prosecution was-conducted by, Mr. ;Michaelj th^ prisonor .was defended by.Mr.' Barker. ' \ . AVilliàm Reynolds on oath deposed t Ho knew tho prisoner, ho apprehended him on Monday night, on a chargo of maliciously in- juring with attempt to do grevious bodily harm, and to murder ono James. Aitken,, of Bushy Park j ho had seen Mr. Aitk...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 14 October 1862

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ; ' ' : ^ " TllURSDAY. - T " ^ PHESENT : The Mayor,- Aldermen Lardner, M'Faddon, Payne, Gilmore, and Archer. MINUTES. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. . ';".. NOTICE OF MOTION. Alderman Payne to move,-That as tho Government receive the annual license fées of the ferry, arequesfc be made to them for a grant towards keeping the main thorough- fare through the town in repair ; and that stops be takeu to have the scale of fees re- commended by tho Council 'Gazetted before the next license day. ." Alderman Payne tb move,-That a' sub- committee of three bo appointed to ' prepare the. electoral roll for the present year.. A letter jwas received from the Colonial Secretary, informing the Council that they must appoint an inspector of slaughter- houses. The consideration of the question waa postponed till next meeting. Alderman Payne enquired whether any steps had been takoii to remove tho trees out of the streets loft by the telegraph con- tractor ...

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