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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

^/wtfm INnilÜfiENCE. i i¿v^í$ >. , ARRIVAI.-' ' -' .. Jp*« (t.), 400 tons, Captain, Wiçé man, from Sydney fitb, and Newcastle C(b instant. Passengers-Mrs. French, Mrs.VWreV, Mrs. Mackenzie, Messrs. Bart, Potts,' French, c - ' 'and'24in thesteerage, ' ' ?

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

'EXPORTS. Juno 6 -Grafton (s.), for Sydney ¡ 879 Mg* maize, 81>ags wheat, 8.bags of. liorn», , 1 .bog of ' .'.potatoes; 512 hides, 67 casks tallow, 2 caaks vi. ^fruitj 2 ooops poultry, 3 boxes eggs, 4 horses ''-',îr?î' 6-pigs, 10 ounces goid-dust, and sundries, ?-.??>,¿?«.Tlie Grafton (s.) crossed the bar at 8-30 p.m. ' «». Wednesday moderate S.W. breezes and ' YMu. . ' . t ?Tlie-Urara .(e.) -left, Sydney on Wednesday . at-io'p.m. ; arrived: at Newcastle at daylight on. Thursdav, left, again at noon,' and ^ 'crossed'tho bar on'Friday, at 2 p.m., ar- rived at the Elbow at fi p.m., where she re ' . . ?: umined all night and left iu the morning, reach'icg South Grafton at 1 p.m. ou Saturday.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

DEPARTURE. June 6.-Grafton (sj, 24Q tons, Captain Creer, , for Sydney. PoBscngers-Misa Finlay, Heure. , Irftoder, Hindmarsh, Mackinnon, Williamson, . H. Cowan, and H in tlie steerage. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

(AMDfailli S. N. COMPANY. The G ll A F TÍO N will leave SIDNEY on MOID AY, June 10th ; and GRAFTON; /SATURDAY, June 15th: -JTILMOUiTlI F. DYE, . 212 '. .' . / . Secretary. ^~~S~ "T7~E ., E, L E «J » COMMISSION AGENT, Ä .MARKET. WIi*Ä ySJSÖNEY. i;W./Heugh, J. J?.. Burns, Charles SmitJ Sydiiej*;. HA M BUR GIJA II O TEL . ' HENRI 108, Kinx-stjfeyt,[Sydacy. «i?<1 iii Boam aiicl Li aired Bcd ; íDcütícf;t'3 :©q|ff)au9.- íDcuíftíjc Âûi&è.. -_,'/v y'/- ,;- ? . .? ' ? : 217 REWARlt - Whereas some evil disposal ;person or persons did/W thc night if Friday, jast^pnlir-, *iäbii|f-~^ to a VALUABLE DDG, upon thu pre- misa! of Mr. G./WALKER, Grafton Hotej, Mary-strict. This is to give notice, .that ànymerson giving such in formation as wil lead to thc conviction fo tKé offender, tm* offenders, shnll receive | the above rewarjl. G. WALKER. 225 ?TVrOTICE-All ACCOUNTS due to -L* the undersigndu jj&ust bc settled within one wceyfuitcrjj'e rendering of 'the bill, or thc aç/ou...

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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. OUR SCHOOL MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. \V <fi\'i.,<-:'-r-^'^-'l-fr; rf" --"Tri . ?;. Ouii columlis arc opon to'all irritera who refrain from tho use of virulent language or pordo-, nalitics,-. but' wo aro not responsible for opinions expressed. ' , OUR SCHOOL- MANAGEMENT. i IO TUE EDITOR OF TUE EXAMINES. .., , ? BiB¿-With your permission T .wish to ranko n few observations upon the assortions contained in' a letter,' signed,," A Father of ; oj iFamily;" whioh appeared m your paper pt tho, ¿th June. . In the first paragraph of that'letter, "A Fathor " says, thero aro 300 children fit toattondschool in, tho township /aloiic-^fdr. present ijurposos,' I aRsumo.tliat his estimate, is çorroct, , . .. Tho next assertion is, V tho,t"tho school has been closed nearly two months.'! ' I can'only say-that tho hito teacher's torm of office expired just ONE MONTO before tho dato bf','A Father's" letter,1 and tho'sohool would hot have boon closed but, for doineetio affliction in his,family...

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. IMPORTANT DECISION.—MAYORS OF COUNTRY MUNICIPALITIES NOT ENTITLED TO PRECENDENCE ON THE BENCH. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

: SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. IMl-OMANT? ;DEqiSlW-^MA.YORS Ol? : GQÙKWY *. j BNTITEED i THE BENCH, <X)l^WY!'-Mr^ICÍPAMTIES . NOT ENTITLED TO VRESEDËNCE ON [E BENCH, \ (From the 8. -M, Herald.) BEFORE the Chief Justice and a jury of twelve. MOSS V. DEVLIN AND ANOTHER. Thia was an notion for libel. The damages itero ,Iatd at 1O0O7. Tho pluintiffiB tho. present mayor ot tho Shoalhaven municipality.;; the defendants aro itlie proprietors, printers and publishers bf tho ILLAWAUBA EXPRESS, The libel complained of consisted of tho following .letter, which appeared- in tho IL&A WABBA ïxrioss of the 13th Marchlast : " To the Editor of the ILIOAWAILBA EXEKBSB. -Sir,--At n- meeting of tho Bench .of luagis trates' yesterday. Moss tho howly.-electcd mayor, insisted upon his right of presiding as chairman. Having .quotod scyorslhapt (aa he called ¿hem) to strengthen'his olaim, ho clinched it by telling .tho Bench that they had no right .to sjt in Nowra, because ho was tho sole magis...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION " . DURING THE WEEK. MR. E. O/IiAMAN.-At-Mr..Vin'dm's Robins, ,011 Friday, nt ll o'olook, Furniture. Spring .' Cart, Bottled Ale, Brandy, &c. ,'; ' ME. H. J.VHOLT.-Oh the premises, at . Queen-street, This Day, at 2 o'olock, Unex piAd Leaso of Lan^d, &e. -\ . ' PBTTi^SESgioys^The usual fort nightly Court of Petty. Sessions will be held on?'FRIDAY liext/tbe 14th instant. Germaus who wish to be naturalised arc requested to attend: at the Court- house .oubliât day, in order to be sworn ; Ciiowx LANps.-^-Purchasers at the Grown land, sales, of !thc 15th May, ate reminded that'SATURDAY, the 15th of June instant, will be the LATEST date fon receiving balances.-. Lots not paid for by .that day will be declared .forfeited.; ,?; 'l ;THB,.WRATHEn.^N^ THE MAILS.-; .Wo,.'lmvo ngniii been'wibxÇbymororain.-. It,. ?bOninieiioe&on^iÜ^doigB^iing'ánlCi&ntinuedf ¿triíty^rgliltfutem^ Vat ; . ancL evonvnow'tho weaihor.' aefims' very imsollIod,!...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

DIALOGUE BETWEEN MIKE, I THE SHEPHERD, and PAT, I THE ; HUTKEEPER. " Ooh, murder ! " cried mito, "by iny grand . mother's ghost, I'm ns thin as a broomstick, und stiff ns n post ; My bonos aro os a sorb ns if kided by n cow, Or whacked by ' tho boys ' in - a . Donnybrook I " Arrah Miko," saith friend ruddy, "my dur lint, bo nisy, I'll soon mnko you sound anclAis fresh ns a daisy. Hore's BOHÍO stuff tl mt will /u'o,,nll tho ills ml creation Mnko pain ily lik/ fog, xtj/ll fameir^Eow's Em- brocation.' " , It lins oiirod¿jiaflRnth/it that Jattlo is heir to, (WhiclrtUouaanu/of htnsU-ySftkl tlioy speak- | they would swear id), -tw And suro it will eure/iimni>Ähnonts ns well, As shiploads of, cnUfh-ridden cripples could toll. It euved Nolly'd chilblains, nnd Patsy's bad bend I Anti an ugly whito swolliug in Barney's boy Ned, Old Ijoonoy's lumbago mid tio dolorous, .And, I'll bo well kinked, if it doesn't euro you. Muslin 1 don't sit thora groaning, liko Casey's oldcowj --. ?'!? Como lay...

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QUEENSLAND CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

:? QUEEX^LAND CHAMPION RACE. - ;.!"' - - ? '<"\ ?'. .P-^"r'''' . .'...i'-. ? . WE have received, ? vin -Sydney,1 "thc THIRD ': EDITION^ 'of'"' 'the. ' .Queensland Guardian, containing a telegram frpm " Mentor," descriptive oí ' the Cham- pion! Race, which, we Bubjoin :; j >,j .;: v r .'V'Jpswich; Racecourse" May 39th/ iU;/c:t¿;;-.-; ¿i; ... -Half-pfiBt.I p'clbckT^ .. This.' long-looked-fpr race came off this day.' f|Tue^ÍbÍlóyíí^g^ ;ihe,. result': ^^^^f^tim^.m^, loop ? _ .' ¡ !. .I'soys.'. add^,\op\n toVaU horses in any of. the Au^^ Distance three inwes. . .'..';'>.'.;.?: Mr. Tait'^ch. m. ZpB,iagcd,v9'Bt;i' ' (AßhwOVth)',1 Mr. Single's- cKyg.*. BEN BOLT, aged; ;.' : ',r;9 st.!(Cummings).., > .?..v..1;. ft. Mr." Bálbis's bV."g.1>%Van/..Tro*ibp,.,-V; ;;» nged,r9Î8t' 3'lbs..(Connell)if,.= 3 Mr. C. Cóllms's gr", gi Eclipse, 6 years. , st. 3 f ibs. . (Cunningham) , \. ,'.' distanbpd^Q ,:n-*iií irxnl ¿ys-'.u I ''. X-/.'(F^ r ; 'I , : ; v. > > .! Tho/Jibrses' ç...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

;'Clarence atiV ^icjmonbr ? jfenùnciv \ ../;, : TUESDAY, JUNE ll,.1861. /; COLONIAL life, HS compared- with life in an old established State, suffers oonr Biderably from the want of opportunity for the exercise of those esthetic quali- ties, which enter, so largely into the security and suavity of public 'life, and i wh'ch tend materially:to the well-being of society. ' ? .'? , In thc arena of, colonial life, the great mark or goal is material pros- perity, to reach that, men feel it neces- sary to cany. light weights, success depends mainly upon individual effort .-prestige profits but little,1" connection I may give the ?Urt, hut. thev Vace must be/run often alone, ^sjhglfi-handed, ;he i must engage in the caucus bf life, nod wi(h n perseverance that never sleeps, he.must watch the goal which circum- stances lead him to'think is his destiny. .</*. This development of idio3yncracy is not, hpwever, without peril to the in- dividual, and is fraught, with danger, to the Sta...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

& ' 1 S Y SN EY. v! [Klto'Sl M'OÙR CÔnRE|f ONDENÍ;] $ j. Yoy arc alrofdy n\v"5r'e qf{ 'th| iresuTt 'tfôvelectip.ii^forv^i8.l; >;Sydbey. \vTne general opinion is¿ " that .' the right than is in the right place. vIf, as is com- monly believed, Mr; Cowper did buy off Mr. Parkes,, he will find that he hás *npt benefited very much, by the transaction j for Mr. Forster will prove even more troublesome to the Ministry i thandid, the former ; leader of ..the. Op-:-' position. As yet there have been no appoint . j'meuts to thc Legislative Council ; but I the. Empire^múcif^ey¿thc^f^waU~ mcritsj arid' publishes an imaghiary i list/ .placing;. MrílWentwprth 'at j thc head as President.. .. v ' , . ' The Jurie 'gabi, dèlivéiy .was. opened i at ''Darlihghufet,'y on''Monday/, ''4ttí I instant} ¡By his .Honor Mr. Justice' Mil- ford^ Thcre;;werV twenty-five cases pu i the list, the¿principal offences being robbery with arms, : forgery1, honsc |:stealing/r<and^vrape. ;.^'Ge'brge...

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COTTON, AND ITS CULTIVATION. PART V. MAKING COTTON (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

.COTTON, AND ITS CULTIVA . , .'HON. . v.» ,(BY Bf T.¡THORPE, OF LOUISIANA.) * PAKT V., i ÍVÍMAKINO COTTONÍ i (CONTINUED.) ' ' THE season of cotton-îpicking commences ?.in "tfae^Qatter part of July, and cpntinues '.without 'intermission! to the'Christmas ! holidays, r,, The. work! is not? heavy, but .becomes, tedious from ats sameness. The . field hands are each supplied with a basket and bag. The basket! is left al the head . of," cotton-rows .," the bag is suspended from the " pickers" neck by a strap, and is used to hold the.cotton as it is taken . from the boll.. When ^the^ bag is filled it is emptied into'the',basket, and this . routine is . continued through the day. Each hand picks from ^vo hundred and , fifty to thtce hundred pounds .of" seed . cotton "- each day, though some -.negroes' ?of extraordinary ability go beyond this ?i^ainount. , ': \' ¡.1 If the weather be very,fine, the cotton 'is carried .'from the field direct to the i packing-house j but generally it is first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 June 1861

.* ' 8TE<ÁM: 'TO S'Y'ÖNEY ¿i »npiTE'Wll ki* ,.íL> /fé**' .Will-bb .fdispatclif.d/. pr frpm ÍJÍarton,TOMOKKiíi\Vr(\Y^nc <%) JÍOBX -"' IS<}j>t«king-m cargo nt ih«Aranou» >ylmr,ves. , ??«'? . t üóv full parUculum uko freight, (¡a., apply to? .r ibo .Captain, on board. ........... ... :,'!ï!'i\".'"V ' . -- >.''v ,',.',?''..' "KfOTíOE » hucty ¿nen, that ínteicst . I*- ;'is allowed l>y tins Branch on-fixed: deposits^, gamely :- . 1 . ? On deposits, foi 12 i/onths, 4 pei ;<i centrer, annum , ¡ f JLf% ' " OnVdeposfts fmjDiautifh4j3 pei cent. H/pei, amiutn. 'IQ OnSdepo'uta foi 3 nftmlhs, 2 per cent. pcrbannnm. " " x . 'BANK POST BIUS with inteiest added- at- thescrates . respectively ave ^.issued'payable to ordeiv , >./. t . . BLEARY CUTHBERT, j r , (Manage». : Grafton, April 1st. ,: "?,, , 2 T>LOUGHS, HARROWS, Sec. *- 'J. and G. TOMBS (foiméily <nith ' Mr. C. Lawn, of Hinton) beg to;,m " form Farmers : on the 01ai«n...

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THE STEAM COMPANY. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

?THE; STEAM COMPANY. ; ' ' \ [TO THE EDITOU OF THE EXAMINEII.I Sin,-May I ask what is tho object of increas- ing .tho shares of'our Steam .Company.: isit'truo that it isa dodgo to'réliovo'thó prcsont company of their unsuitable boats, and lo palm thom upon iU8 .¡ whilo they will teing out from England new and bettor adapted fltcaraora. Pellow-cilKons bo . .on your guard;; and do not allow yourselves to bo diipodj remembor all is not "gold that glitters/' I nm, Sir, ycuun, &c, A SHAREHOLDER,

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VOLUNTEER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

' ' YQIiU^ïiiliïl MEETING. Ä wçij. atteudcd meeting of the Grra.fi ton Corps was hehl at thc Assembly Rooms, on: Friday evening last, the ttbjèct being to take into consideration ,a eomn>]ni\icütion from Ulmarra; and to appoint a day "for thc diction of the officers., . . ': -' , - ... ? .' ' Mr. W. A. B..- ÖREÄVE8 (I ho captain) occupied the chair. *>V Thc'CHAIRMAN announced that when at Udarra; a few days* ago,,^several parties expressed a wish to furn'.' them» selves into, an auxiliary of the Grafton 'Coi'ps; . Some, time yback' there . was little bi' no<^teVestólt iii thc oorps^ but 'the' daily increasX^'tba roll clearly proved that tye* ap'atRv ijytherto exist- ing had Spired, and tjow every ,oho felt a deep interest in itsViceöss.' Tho people of Ulmarra had *juwird.-',g|£i*i8; ^Excellency's Intended vu^â^cff^l^ delighted to think that an opportunity would be afforded them to join a corps that woidcl'gh;c a .hcni'ty welcome to'hi's Excellency.. ' He - had no do...

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IN THE ESTATE OF Mr. JOSEPH SHARO. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

IN THE ESTATE OP Mi-. JOSEPH \ SHARP. ATMr. T; W.Bowden's sale on Monday'' 17th insiaiit, ih. tlie estate of Mr. Sharp, thc attendance was very large and thc bidding ' throughout was very spirited. Thc total amount realised was about £11,400. Thc following were thc purchasers and thc prices obtained: .. TOWN ALLOTMENTS." Lot 1, 2 roods, tomi of North Grafton, to Mr. Wrenoh, for 315/. ' Lot 2, 2 roods, town of North Grafton, to Mr. J. Frazer, for 2G0'. Lot 9, broods, town of North Grafton, to Mr. CSork Irring, for '20O/, lot 4, 8 roads 33 porolws, South Grafton, Mr, Arnold, 21/, , , 1 . , Lot fi, 3 roods 2 perches, Mr. Arnold; 28/, Lot G" 3 roods 19 perches, ditto, 24/, Lot 7, 3 roads 30 corchos, ditto, 2-1', Lota, 2 acm ) SW, North Grafton, .Mr-, Leo, 20/. uer aori^ \ Lpt¡\ Sacres, i rood?6 p\cho84 Mr.. J, C,' Potersj 14/. per aorte. ; f -^. ? Y Lot 10, 22 acres S roods 27' pcVlio;, block oí - lund, on wliioli Sharp's boiling-dd\v» establish* mont Blands, Mr. Arnold, 21/, por aoro, ...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

ULMARRA. ; IMPROVEMENT ¡-A ssoci ATIO«.'- The. ^1' marra ImprovementVls'bciation, pursuant to notice, held a. nie'eting in. l|ie;luug roora of Cohen's* Hole], . The meeting was noticed for four o'clock,- 17th' jiistant,' but it was somewhat later wjien tlije Presi- dent , opened - the ' proceedings,*! : Tlie minutes of the lost i^eetiiig were reau apd confirmed A .show of Jiaqds was then called foil with'respect to each party proposed at the previous meeting, and with one ot two exceptions, the whole.number, upwards of forty/were elected, aud paid their entrance' moneys. Al this stage of :the proceedings, the Secretary delivered a shnit address,«the. piuporLofvVihich was, ío inlluenceXeach niembi'r','o*act in such a manner, ibatvlhose |tct^oi!sVoiild reflect .crcdit. aiid lie IB*' means qf lienefttting the pat isti'.'. The coj^miUec appoiiiiw, for the purpose of looking ofil a suitable site for a common gave in their report; ur reports, rather, for they wefe divided, in their opinio...

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THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND DISTRICTS. [From the Herald, 14th June.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

THC CIARENCíá AND It IC H MO ND DISTRICTS. ! - . j .{From tho Herald, lêi/i Junèi] . A IJEF-UTÀTIOM of gèhtlèmen,-heacled,by,C. Irving, Esq;, M, L. A ^ waited upon his Excellency Sir John Young, yesterday morning* After the^uluarforms'of introduction, Mr. Irving proceeded Upstate that he was thereat the request of, his constituents td , lay before hís^Kxcellén^ycértáih state, rhent'siarid petitions"^ interests of the inhabitants !0tíhé yety important district which he had the honour to repre- sent, The settlers in the northern portion bf New South Wales felt that they had been neglected by the Government, and this, feeling had'generated a desire to join the' new colony of Queensland. Nearly all classes badi given expression to this desire, or at alr*vents faythe country ta to be declared a saparatfr cdlçny. But at the same time others of ÜieSieople still had faith in the justice of the Sydney Legislature, and were desirous of keeping up the connection if a fair amount of at- tention...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

: llICIIMÔ^D' lît'YElt. [l'UOii OUR OW'N ^CORRESPONDENT.] THE FoimicoMiNOy RACES. -A meeting), wns held ut the Durham Ox ' Inn, ón<?Monday the 17th, to appoint I stewards and make arrangements for j thc forthcoming annual races. The meeting AvaY well attended. A sub soriptioiv llstNqvai^ opened and a good sum bf ufonoy xollectedX It was ar- ranged that thc race/ shoved conic off on the 5th and âtlfôf September next. It was also decide* that thc Maiden Plate should be fbr eighty sovereigns, and the entrances to. b.c closed thvcc days before the Grafton races. A handsome dunatioir has been received member, Mr. Clark Irving, M.L.A., so that we have every likelihood of having as good Wees a<hithci'tq. ^ CUIOKET. -N/V meeting^ o'f the Cricketers of thc llichmond ms held to consider thc advisability of chal- lenging the cricketers of tb* Clarence. It was decided that they should be chal- lenged to piny àNfrîendryv game, about thc time of tho Grafton races. TUE WEATII...

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TENTERFIELD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 June 1861

TENTERFIELD.-* V , ' Ll'nOM A CORRESPONDENT.] \ During thc past week thc; telegraph posts and wires have been put up through the town ; but we arc informed that it will not bc in working order for, three or four months to come. About 2000 head of primo cattle I passefythrough hero on their way to the new and more .favourable colony of Queensland last week. . ' Recánt accounts from the New Rush state that, must pf the men. are doing well, owing io the want of necessary police force ¡being stationed there ; thc system, of sly-grog selling is being parried onjùpqn a,ratliçr extensive scale. -."NetfíT received ' frbín Poverty l'oint, yesterday states that, some of, the men are getting an ounce per; day$ Two petitions are in.cpiîrsc of signa, turc here, tho one für, and thc other against. Mr. B; T. Kemblc being ap- pointed a justice of the Peace. . The body of Mr. Alexander, who was lost in tho bush has been found in thc river, .much .decomposed.. An inquiry has been held arid, an opened...

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