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LATEST COLONIAL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.] GOULBURN. Friday, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

- LATEST COLONIAL . .v^v) .J a »J . Á . *;* . ' . .--- ? - [BY; ELECT aie TELEGRAPH .]. fifEOtf HERALD^-CORRESPONDENT.] (ii.) Al-,:; hi. .; . ' .--f:-:-'í'V vi'J i.» ' ÓbULBUBN. : '¡ r J , Budnen daring tíie.Wírf.h»a!bietó»therdóU.; " r /i-y Np change of any importance in prices. Weathor^ ,;ÊÎiH4^i^9/V:>-* :' - ? ?. Tuösäair, Oot lC, Op va. ".?/l'TrçB branoh-escorts have arrived and leavo- to"' r^M^-à^^ lor Bjäney, with tho .folto^g-quro-... títies:'- ' ., ' . - w «..- «.i - ; '0«. dn,ts,'grs.!i.i..:.'¿í," & i -Kiandra .'1469 6 6' ' v, Braidwood "120» 6 ;6 ' " ", Goulburn . */« -7 ]0 - '

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SELECT POETRY. MR. BULL'S SONG. THE SLY LITTLE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

SELECT POETRY. "'. ' i ; ME..??LULUS.: SONG-, THE SLY LITTLE MAN. ' THERE'S a sly little man that lives arar tho i nay, '.,!.{ i < ? Who always hus something quito'civil to tay : \ ??'. Yet ho looks ab my Hpuso,. from his own, ? . -with iin cyo - ';- ?? ' " '. tThaÇïay>,-.'Mjierfmps moy. look «Vby-and-by Í" t.¡ '.¡"vi'VJiSoiI.tUink niy.bost p.an ; ! ¡r'; ?,' With tho ely litllo man , . Is'to'makejall thu promises safo, if I can. .ïhavo.not tho least doubt ho Would think it no . - *>;i . \.L .sin,ir ?j-.-,-. ..- ...... .'Any liiglit tlint ho thought mo asleep, to " took ,-.-.;a'-V;':.v".'/.inV" '. ' . There's^' tho old powter sposns ", and " tho ; otd i.'A'i^'.tr.a&nknA\oD<.'< . 1 :< < >' '?) (And : tho 'sword ; o'er..-tho : mantlcpioco marked ..Waterloo"- . .. ;.>-.'?) :'' . ; v.1 Mnd ita blearly the plan?? ' ' Of tho sly litllo man ' ' " TOjtoko lhem all.from mo-whenever he can. li , , i >;., v ( i ' So t...

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CHINA. COMMENCEMENT OF [?]OSTILITIES. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

' CHINA. COMMENCEMENT OP U08TILITIE8 (Fion the S. M. Hernxl,). ; WE have, papers from Hongkong 'tc the 25th ot August. The OVERLAND TRADE REPPRT oi that date, gives the following as tht latest from the Beat of war : On the 12th of August the allies advanced on the entrenched camp which was situated midway between Fehtang Taku. On their approach the Tartai cavalry boldly sallied out to meet them, TheBritish cavalay immediately charged utterly-routing ' and dispersing thc Tartars, who fled in all directions foi refuge.-*. Tlie'allies then stormed and took-i^the! ;cainp, ? the enemy -retiring through an -opening judiciously left foi ?suelvas eVjéiit/and. entrenched them- selves iii some villages hard by. From ?. thence : they ' we're dislodged and were pursued until they took shelter under ithe walls of thc 'Taku forts, which ap- pearing formidable and will defended, wereinot.then attacked. ? . ' Ón thc 1 öthy- howc'vciyn grand attacjk ?was to be made, on these forts. ; '* .The . rebel...

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THE FRENCH SPHYNX AND THE ITALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

TUB FRENCH SPHYNX AND . -K '/TH E. ITALI ANS. , '.??'SU(,!&o,m>-'OonsMutiottnel of August 17, published unremarkable letter from Turin, bearing, thc signature of M.- ? 6runclguilIot> commencing as follows ; .-^'/Italy is now entering the most cri ticul and mo3t-decisive period of her regeneration. . Henceforth . she stákc» on a single card either her ruin or her salvation. Engaged as she is in a path ,upon which she has been thrown by the expedition of . Garibaldi, Italy will, .within two months, be either lrce andi completely independent, or. Austria will again rcign,and this tnne.from Messina to Turin." The letter then details the course , of .past events, and states that the-: negotiations;^between Naples and -Piedmont..were unsuccessful, by reason of Ganb'aldifs -refusal , to. - arrest- In» course, and qn-áccount of-thc enthusi- ' .asm¡prevaihng;throughout Italy having paralysed the measureslwhich Piedmont- - might otherwise. have: taken to prevent further complica...

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AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. (From the Home News, August 27) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

; AFFAIRS. IN'EUROPE. ./ ',.< ?.(From the:Home News, 'August 27-) ... THE Italian^mbroglio'decpcns. Thc i revolution having completely triumphed I in the Island of Sicily; Garibaldi's next step has been^aä every one was assured .it would be, to invade thc mainland. For.a week or two we heard of ceaseless' preparations for thc attack and pf fall. kinds of .mysterious' manouvres ';-.. and' now, within the Mst few days, :we have received authentic . intelligence ' that a decisive coup has'.been executed in v the great Italian leader's most daring style. Calabria is'in open revolt j and the 'fall of Naples "may be considered as immi- nent. 'The King is 'prepared] for 'the worst;¡and'has an armed vessel..riding in the harbour, ready to ¡receive vhim.' when his. capital can no longer be , de fcnded.i'i It his supposed'that the Neat politaii troops; ¿will cither' <go oyer.v.to, Garibaldi, or. refuse to fight (against him, in which, case "itiinay bc!,, hoped that ? vic...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, October, 16, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

MELBOURNE. </' Rumours' .'guin gioumV 'that Mr. .-Haines* :has*oh&n*askcd."tô, .-.toke.? the* head of : thc. Cabinet-Mr.: ; Nicholson taking the. Customs. . A. , reconstruct tiou.more.probable. \ . ?;.;.= . -?: Business brisker ; no change.: Wednesday, ßetob'crr17, 7 'p.m..¿ ? Parliament called together, for 20th November., > t ¡> ] .Messrs. .Greevès and Pykey:Qtwo.Iof the Cabinet, have addressed their.».'con -atituents; but have given- no <f explaha tion of Ministerial policy. " <* ' Ti ade impioving, but quiet. ' i i&'tl Thursday! October, 18] 7p.m; <> : Mr.1 <Pyke >is returned1 for s Castle-.» maine; by an, overwhelming majdnty^-J ; *; Thc first ? wool- >salV of(' the-6¿as'on,j 1500 balfes were sold to-dny. '^Theist-, tendance of buyers was numerous'and prices' satisfactory.1 ' Greasy,: i wools l>reV¿ aliscd'scourcd' from 21dr ,to <: 29dv'per lbV\ 1 ' ? w ; ' ' ' r ' Fiiday October...

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To the Editor of the Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

To the Editor of the" Clarence ' and ? V; i 'Richmond Examiner. , ". SIR,-The law presumes that every inan'is well acquainted with the enact-, meúts that,, hear especially on ¡his own particular branch of business or trading; couscqiiently when, in dèfiauce-of, such provisions, a trader, is imposèd-upon, îand in legal tourney finds himself de -fe,atcd, he obtains, small sympathy from .'the- judge who decides against ' lum. .There, are 'no class of tradesmen for and against whom summary, acts, and statutes are extant ; hard and'even un rjiist'as many are, that old standing and. iniquitous one called the Tippling Act 'is the most disgraceful of all, a law by' which aiiy specious scoandrcl^having a trustworthy appearance, of which I am sorry to say there are á great;-:many in this district, may get into a publican's debt and accumulate to .a ruinous cx tcntyand when asked for payment turn round on the confiding publican and with an'insulting laugh defy him to make him pay. -Unless a ma...

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. Grafton, October 29, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

JOMERÇIAL' REPORTO? ' '.v/- ' 5 " '? Grafton, Ootobcr 29.18G0,' ^ j(RJ)iour^<äb/.por ton. .,- , 'it*, ?-(Í;¡ tí!Hay,'hiconi'o-^S< por tori .'. '.( \¡ Ai »' ¿i i ¡Hay, oaten-8Í .> . f; -' ' ó»* "-N v ^Potatoes-8s;tcilOs. por'cwi.>::H$fj$ß$$ fi S ;Ortipns:48(lB¿pér;ówt.i: V^i '.íi-^^jg.^ Wlieat-7a poi* bushel .'. ?'? j V*j\' : .'.Maizor-28. pbr bushel ' " >. >»' f'; Bran-r-ills. cwt;'" ' -.,.'.".' w'V^ÄS^if « '^Barley-Cs. to Gs'ßd. per bushel'. vZ" j ButteiS-2s. -per lb.V- ;¡ , i . "¡Ul I « S^V ' ' Ohoése--6fl.,do.''¿^ Bacon^d. to 6d. per lb.,.¡V i , Pigs, nlive-r4d. pér'lb."--',"!11<íi\xí t; ., Turkeys-Í2s. to 14a'doipSÏ'.i, ,. E Wrcsf-i5s.'to30i, . \... .t!. v.;'., ' IIÁTES; " of; ' 'carriage ~ from '(i Lawrence^ ¡r^ To Tabulam.? ..">!,!.-.».,7s'. to Vs/peri conni i ^Tableland.«.;, ,'V.,'. ;...« 10s1., tolls 6d :. Pretty. Gully, ...... 7s.,tb0s.

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday, October 16, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

' ? ?'. ' ' ADELAIDE. ! ?' -Try -, ,,;" . Tuesday,<October. 16; 4 p.m;" 'Tire Assessment 'of igtoék Bill,'was. thrown "out ; ' toida'y in ?the r (, Upper; iHbuV- i"! , ' 11 > :? /Il'àl'liamènt to^he prorogued to.inor-; row. \r"^ '[ . ¡ N \ ' ; , The1 Balclutha 'sailed at 4.!ß.m,rwith, ;a/ull;cargo foi' Melbourne..; ,.,.'-" - \f. Floui< to-dayi J£1G j wheat,' 7s. , r ^ ^../.V/j'^dnedftyjOctoberl7>:4;p.mr' Í ; "Parliament.was prorogued to-day by lhisj Excellency in person ,rto > 14th De- cember. ' Seventeen "bills -have been passed during .the session and. ? received .'assent] 'Án Áct ,;fórJLcgalÍBÍng;rMar riage with ^Deceased fife's ; Sister rc. served for expression of \hcr! Majesty's approval : » also, the Amended Alien Act. No change to report in thc flour or .wheat markets. ' Mtv Stuart reports that i several of, 'the natives'met with in the" north; gave him' the true Masonic signs, . &c. ' His "sketches,'' manuscript, and ; botanical speoii...

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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. For the Clarence River District. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

ANDERSON,, CAMPBELL,' fe CO.'S ' PRODUCE CIRCULAR; .jWß bávqno change of importance to [report for ithe paBt/|weekj arrivals here ¡haveJbeen few,' aníl business ¡ moderate. WHEAT remains thc same, holders, .are ttrmj but buyers do not> swim in- clined to lay m any quantity. FLOUR Î'ustsells. iiv sinull parcels at £18. MAIZE, tbe Market has continued bare, but as this Market is generally '.influenced by thc Melbourne rates, and as they do not allow of an advance here, .prices arc unchanged. BltAN is not over busk at ls. 3d. HAY LUCERNE if, primed sells readily j inferior is ex- ceedingly dull of sale. POTATOES are itv demand at £12. WOLLON- GONG BUTTER is dull of sale' at UBarloy, English-3s. to-as^Od. por..bushel.. . . Ditto, Capo-3s - f. ... v. ? Bran- lu 3d por bushel , i . . . Butter-6d-to Od. por lb.- ? > Calvos-Gs. to 85s. ..:*..!..: i ' s . Flour-flncflt Colonial-18'portón : Ditto, Ano Adolaido-18/10« ditto . V." - Ditto; (Ino Countary, Vji: lOs.'to 18/ ditto ' Ditto, ll...

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BERRIMA. Thursday, Oct. 18. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

BERRIMA.   Thursday, Oct. 18, 7 p.m.   THE Megæthon entered Berrima at 1.45 to-day. It has been engaged all the afternoon endeavouring to cross the   river, but owing to some portion of the     machinery getting deranged it will not be able to get across before to-morrow         morning.              

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WINDSOR. Friday, Oct. 19, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

WINDSOR           Friday, Oct. 19, 6 p.m.       FRIGHTFUL MURDER.-A murder was committed yesterday at Eastern           Creek. Two sawyers had a row, and the one (a Portuguese) struck the other a blow with an axe, which killed him on the spot. An inquest was held to-day.          

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 30 October 1860

STEAM . flIHÊírcU .. known ' Steunbopfr Will be diiipatchea $>*?. SYDNEY,' from Grafton, os ftvErtf^&AY Aia-R^rao, ¡h l?ui' full path' ci'-iújUi ír>J i-/ ive , njiply io '.>4U« C«ptMtl,'Oivt«ii«li;-'.?'.KV.'< . 3-. jAtisteaiiÄM Joint Ciook Bank. " kfOTf^B V) $V % Üiivt inter«? -A» is allowed by this lîrancli ou fhed deposits, namely : . On . deposits: for lÄ'. nionthc-, 4-per- cent pw annum , 'OB deposits for ßinonths;3 per.cent per annum. ' 'vJ^' .'.s On'deposits for amonlhs, 2 per cent per annum. » ' ' BANK POST , Buts' with ; interest added' at 'these-rates respectively..are issued payable to order.' - HENRY CUTHBERT, ' "* , Manager, Grafton; 32nd Oct.-, 1860. ' 162 MR. WILLIAM HARMAN, next door to the Bee Hive Store, Prince-street, has been appointed Rate     Collector to the Grafton Municipality,       and will receive any rates or dues, at   his residence.   &...

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LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

Tirn'rîomnnd for Jabour i» br'islf¡ anfl'ñumsríu»'' nngagemonts'Jiarj.baen efT^ctnil sinos'our last ro-' ')»rt,ichfoSr with shopherrts 'for QUcons^nH^at iJ5T-por annnti S>r married couples ¡ Í0 j :for'. sintdö men. There is.n lorno of hb.ur of Tarions d.-tcriptionsin our,mnrket, an(l"8<rf«'its' .can b» rcar'i*y hired at tho rates as quoted below.,' Tho "T loeraph," with immigrant?, lins lately arriied, but l as bwn onhnvd into quarantine.; rA.ltlf8uah tho market is-wcll supplied with labours at. tho present time, on t!io settlement of the land regulations (which wo trust will ne immediate), , fiero will bj inerenacd demand .for labeur rfor ngrioultm-al and .pantoral purposes.; Situations for feinnlo serrants, in tho town, are isomowhat. senrco. but can bs now. readily obtained for,-tho country. Tho current .rates of wage» aro follows, vii. :- . . . . .... '. ?' " ';'.: ; "'. Married Couples .... 45vto 55 per annum JPjriujnç injin . 3"/. to 35 ',,-, ;V.. .V Ploughmen '....

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GRASS SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

^ GRASS SEEDS. SOME months back we received a parcel of grass seedr, from Mr. Bingham (the well-known importer of agricultu- ral imp'ements), of York-street; Syd- ney, in order to test their adaptability to the soil and climate of thc Clarence. The seeds consisted of white and red clover, tiefolium, rey, &c. We distributed them in various'quar- ters, and the success of the .experiment has fully justified the most sanguine ex .pectntions of the donor. They all thrive luxuriantly.,' ¿nd dur agricultural friends -will do well to import seeds of a like description' from the same quarter for thc formation of paddocks, lor tho time bas arrived when it is incumbent upon our farmers to rear stock for this .market' on their own' land, and not trust * to native grasses, for it reflects little credit pn.iu;^'ol^..lnitchera ¿re compelled to send to Sydney for sheep when wc have the means, by a little foresight and attention, to raise meat, for consumption, unsurpassed iii the world. Thi...

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INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

;;V t ; INSOLVENCY. f .lOctobcr'Iii-Francis Marsh, of j ïGrafton, gentleman. Liabilities, ¿541 I ïl5s. ; 5i<l. ' Assets^-value _of personal I i property, £8 ; outstanding debts, £17 :15SÍ :'total, £25 15s. Deficit, £516 .Ok. 5|d. Mr. Mackenzie) official assignee. ' ' October 161-William Kirchner and Joseph Sharpe, trading as Kirchner.and Co., applied for certificates of discharge. Mr. Dick, who, as attorney for Mr. Hoffman of Sydney, agent for Messrs. llogucin aud Hoffman, of Zurich, had filed notice ot" objections against the application, applied foran adjournment, ' on the ground that he was not ready to proceed, and claimed that his client be admitted as creditors for thc sum of £30,000. Mr. Johnson for Mr. Sharpe, and Mr. Daintrey for Kirchner, con- tended that Messrs. ltoguein and Hoff- man had no " locus standi" in Court that, not being creditors, they had j no right to be heard, and could not oppose .the granting of the certificates asked for. It was further argued...

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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, & CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

ANDERSON, CAMPBELL,'* CO.'S j PRODUCE CIRCULAR, ., .i -For the Clarance Haw Districts . < Bacon-'kl. to (id. por lb. : .?.»?? Bailey, EnghaU-4*.' to 3a,'fid. p«r bushel ' Pitto, Cape-3s 1 Bran-? Vt) ¿ífl paromtiol: " ? ^ . ; . ? i Butter-Gd to'Jd. per lb. .' . , í > ." .Cairns- G<. to 35s Flour-liueet Colonial-18 per ton ¿ . ., - ?' Ditto, fine A hindi.-IS' IDs ditto . Ditto, ¡i io Couiitary, n.i lt's. to lSt ditto.. . '>:. Ditto, liaxnll--lis'to 45s per barrel . . . Hay, Lucenvj-1/ to il lös per toufor prime . - Ditto, Oiteu-vt to 6 ditto , Hides, hum-1J» lo J JJ eae'i ' Maize- i p i bu VI, if soiy d , ,1 ? Onions-71K to 80-t pentan. . [ 1 '. Potato^-ill'i pu lou , 0i Pigs (ah\c)-about id per lb. » ' Wheat-9i per bushel » ANDliítSON, CAMPBELL <fc CO. No.136, bu.isex-st.rot|,.SvU)iuy4 , October 21, lbfiO. - " .... " . :

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. t THURSDAY, . NOVEMBER'!: 1ST. P R E S^E.N ,T-The, vMayor, Aldermen1 McFadden, - Payne,-; > Avery,Jones:' Henderson,. and Chapman. . The minutes (. of the last meeting . were confirmed. Letters assenttothe Auditor-General, Secretary tor Lands, and Government Printer were read. ' Letter from Mr. Attwater to the Council was read. . - . Alderman Chapman proposed, Alder- man Payné seconded, " that the Mayor communicate with Mr. Attwater upon the subject." ' The Mayor reported that thc'. cases "of . Appeal -sent in had been heard tliat day by .the Bench of Magistrates, and that.with thc exception of. reduction .to the amount of about £171., the valua- tion of the Council had been confirmedf Accounts f-om Mr. Barker, £12 18s. 4d., and from J. Hiscock £1 Gd. .Od. were ordered to be paid. Alderman Payne proposed, Alderman Jones seconded " That the Council do now adjourn until Thursday, Novem- ber 8," ' . , . .., -',.,

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. Grafton, November 5, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

COMMEHQIAL RSPÔRÎÏÏ r - Grafton, November 5,1800¡ Mn. É O. ^AMA.Y reporta inuring aoldjOnïriihiy and Saturday'last, o quantity of miscellaiieàÎH merchandise,, as follows .-Drapery,j at slight f.^ .vinces on invoioo prices ¡ sugars, l'ampagna, U7J Cd. per cwt. j bottled fruits, -tte'.,, nt Bydjiey. prices. Collina'axes, 81s. donen,!. « quantity ot' assorted ironmongery at a very .low rato ; soap, .;£>s. per cwt. j salt fish, Dd. per lb. } Mvduica, 12s. to lös. per dozon . ^ . \-. Flour-25'. por ton. ........ . .. j? ... ,llny, lucorno-Si por.ton . ? Hay, oaten-8/. " Potatoes-8s to 10s. per cwt. ' '..'.. <\--,T'V' Onions--3"*.'par cwt. ? vt.ij Wheat-7s per bushel ? .ÎM'jii/,' Matzo-ii*, per 'bushel' . .vis-tu..-; Uran-J Ha. cwt. . . ? .. -?:.*.?'J.'. Hurley-Oi. to (Ii Od.per, bushel ?' ?.?:?' >:(}%] Unltir-2i pei lb I '* ^ li'icese-bil. do. ? : -? M ,>? Uncoil-ld. to Sd. peril). . . i; . » . . Pigs, alive-ld. per lb. . . r ?? : ,. . ,' .... . ^ .;.« 1 ow ls-'¿i to2...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 6 November 1860

SHIPPINGJNTtLLlOEi" OE, V' i" ' . 'ARRIVED. . , 3; ' -DEPARTURE. '.»kOotober S1.-Grafton, s , 260, tons, Captain ???j .V.*5-Crc*i for. Sydney. S Morembir8-Daring, Tjrij, 103 tons, Captain . . Eias, Jbr Sj daw. EXPORTS. . 1 Vet. Daring, ICO tons, for Sydney.-60,000 feet timber, 130 boxes soap. O-:-... . ''Tho Roderick Bim and . Blank Diamond, schooner.', arrived it Sydney on ilia 2&id Oct, -. from Hie Richmond. F~-"r ?- In"the .. »..«/-', Oct. 23, thc Roderick ^7, *.ßl»n '» Wd on for gie Ricluno-id.

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