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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 February 1862

ELECTORS,-RUS ? T ÍI I '.TO .TUE POLL, ID AY'. ? \ ? , ELECTORS . Vote for AVE I the camp aud cm your, votes-by payj strong THIS MOlt your staunched tried WEST, -WARD.-, The enemy .is .in res ñre,abroad;to~-buy it our Tates. ' «-Muster;. ING, and voteifor frieud, , - ELECTORSXQF Vote for FIS£HEl the Municipal Coi Vote for PISH your. Council thoríií| L0,UTH WARD., ind 'new-blood in 'anü introduce into; /menof business.. ELECTORS OF EAST WARD. ...... i Como early movile for C HAPMAN, aud-no, centralisation/ Vote for CHAj6fi^.N, and a fair distri- bution of. thc Municipal funds. . ! .. NOTICE - All POULTRY found on my premises, after 2 days from this   notice will be destroyed. HENRY   SMITHERS, Prince-street, Grafton. ITSTOTICE.-The UNDERSIGNED have I this day, entered .into PARTNER: SHÍP, as JOINT CONTRACTORS/ lunder thc styhj nnd 'and DONALDSON. AI of QUODLING .-.(Signed) JjjB" Jo! ..-.?.-.'Armidale, February Witness-EVAN E Armidale, ~ . . : . Grafton, Febr...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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THE OLD V. THE NEW LINE OF ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I ïllli! CBD'V. Tllß NliW LINTE QF¡ftOAD; l m -ro Titii' Ebi'toH oi'.Tiiiï :iaaMra¿^\"--';vE ¿SIR,-í observo iii vnur issue of ilia Ith. instant,; ns| Sparngmph.headed "Tlw Now Liniiof RW1;1' ¡n whiehíffl fit is Blnted tlmt you huyo been informed by n coires-al fpondent, who«oresprolability yoú oáii voue'.i for,, .tlia'|.äg he passed sixteen drays, immy of .which wore liound|| jfor Grafton, vin tho Now Line, hut worn colnucllcd toja Knbuudóij tho rond niyl prooecd lo tliè.Iîlbon-." ,. Now,® Snot attoinpting lp call Ibo motivo-of your infonnantT Sinto question, I. beg to inform you that 'loÇXinr .V./ffl mhi tit u m ioiiii'l? i" (?.«//'.«. .Tliií 'sixteen-druys linvöjä Ball arrival Ayithin the Inst few. days, tho wool .tieingS Sehiisigiiiiil;"n3 usual, to tho iîlbow ¡ the divners,® aMossrs. jf'Innes und Dumaresq, Lawson, Blóx.'oine,')» Sand Wyndyer, ol' New England, mid Mr il.irsh, ¿tM fiMnrylnndi'hnving for scvovnl years sunt their wo 1 vinW S Lawrence}: excepting. tlio ' lal 1er,, w...

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ORIGINAL CORRESP[?] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

a -* sOnn columns aro orçerç to nil ip-itoi'4 «lio. rufniiirif a fiwjv.Uie monf vinilont lii'iL'inigivoi' pohonnlitiiis ¡S ä . but |wo ; uro not responsible foi' opinions ei-x a prelaw. ' ?. . [S

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A NIGHT SCENE. Now o'er one half the world [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

j ; . A' . NI GUT SCEN E. I H ?"? . BY SINK"NOMEN. .;H i ' Now o'er onolinlf tho nwld ' BJ a Nnturo seems dead', anti wicked dreams abusé, ". B 3 Tho ourtmnod Bloop. -S¡IIAKESl,KA.Wí. ¡Inm tirad of rending of.tho-.rum oC a country-ni, country so dear to every nntivo of ita soil. Thoughts B|| engendered by suoh n study All my soul with sadness, M| ! and they must o'on flnfflnn outfef, though it wore ing i tho Btreets. Let nt^n^ffiMorfeisto tho night- overs ! tho pago pf'onliqiiiw TKfe-'i«»'''''"-*' * * 1 ! * '* biip^i^^io\öiiitary walk. whoroR vanity ever-changing but a ^v hours post, walkocls ' boforo ¡he. : : ?-.ß I _ Thinking thus I strolled-info tho streets. All is'J I silent 1. Source onh you hoar tho murmuring of then i midnight broezo ns it steels along rustling through thou trees, while they mr-vo '¡ri symphony to its inolanéliolyB sounds., ' How beautiful is tho night ! -How beautiful! is that'darli blue vault pf heaven, covered o'or withs it9 myriads of s'ara. ' How beautif...

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

1 OREEOE.' i i Tho, ossnssin Dousios, who attempted' toi ïniurdor tho Qtioen, has beoa coudomued to| ideatli. . ' ' ft

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

g . - , . ITALY. ' . j In-ßomo nothing new..';.yriie*Frouch -Arn-S bassádorytho Marquis do.la Vnlletlo, nmvpdr on tho 2nd. Ho is reported, fco havo hadr nn| iuterviowwith the ox-King Francis II.,nnd ad-, vised him in the name of France to IcavoEomoi Immediately after this thu. Spanish Amba3sa-$ dor had an interview with CouutTrapani, ands urged him to impression Francis II. not toi yield to the pressure of tho French, and toll remain-in Eorne^ Monsignor Ghigi, the new¿| Papal nuncio to%vj'is lias delayed hid depar-fí tura to January Äth, was nob to bo presents at tho diplomatic reception at tho Tuilleriesj* on tho firdtofÄj||r.#|:- . *&Ùh. M The unlVff^pp^a^è^^os caught andra Bliot, and all h^Banfffipiigpod nnd dispersed:!! Ho met In's.death br$3|||¡ and confessed tow thc terrible deceit whijrafflio agent of FrancisIS II. had practiced towards him and hiss« followers, by telling thom all was ready for am reaction, which he found out to his coat was]! most untrue Chiavoiio's ...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

SJR.IOH MOND RIVlîE. . February 23.-Helen,Wd .Storm .King,® 'from Sydney. \ S iCallondar, for Melbourne) Janet Dickson,» ;nnd Commerce, for Sydney, bar bound. M

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SPAIN AND PORTUGAL [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

3 SPAIN AND PORTUGAL ? I H Qa account of tho difficulties of tb« Neapo-| Slitian archives, Baron-Terco left Madrid, and| I relations lire broken, off on tho part of tho j] I King of Italy Baron Calalmini alone remain-^ ging in Madrid to carry on tho affairs of tho»| lltalian- Logatioh. Au unpleasant/ incidents: loccured at Viiloucia. Marshall Pelissier, re-| ^turning from Algiora to Franco, called there¿ |and saluted the commander; Tho salute winí'^i {not returned, as it lind no guns,, not being a»? |a military town. The Governor made all;; jjVorfcs-oF 'apologies;'but tho'Mairsliiill-ttoalotr^ Ihim rather a la ?militaire, and the. matter^ 8 was referred to'Mailrid. Franco has since!* iapologised for the- impetuosity of tho Dukog g de Malakoff. Tho address of tho Cortes in| I reply to : tho Queen's^ speech was passed by|¡ |two hundred and twouty-oight to?? seventy-ij anino Totes. ? ? ? . g y ,It is assorted that tho Spanish : expeditions s against Mexico left Havannah on 3rd Docom-a ...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

.QUEENSLAND. 1 . 'February 20.-Pioneer, schooner, 80 tons,g .Cnptaiu J. Briggs, for the Richmond Eiver,B . in ballast: Û Tho Australia, for tho Manning River,! left Morton Island on,the 17th instant. Sol '- far as we can gather lit present, it is likely» ? the Cyclone will proceed, in tho course of« tho ensuing weeli, to the Richmoud River ina ballast, for the purpose of taking in a loads ",of cedar for Sydney.-Courier Jg "The .Elizabeth hence for Sydney, went|j .'v ashore at the Elbow, on "Wednesday last,g ?. -but having discharged a portion of her cnrgo,l .was got off on Thursday evening-, withouts sustaining' any damage. The Urara passedB , her near Rocky Mouth, outward bound. ß 'f ho Grafton (s.) left Hitchins' wharf atg . 3 a.m. on Wednesday, the 5th, and crossedg tho-bar at 10 a.m.: the same day, with mode-fj rate southerly brcezoa and fiae" weather. Ë Tho Urara (a.) left Sydney on?"Wfednesday,l¡ Newcastle-ou - Thursday, : and croBsingthoS Clarence bar at noon on Friday, . rea...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

. - , ' [ RUSSIA. : : ' I I Archdeacon ß'rnloabreslci, the substituto of j ¡tlío Archbishop, pf Warsaw, had been con-| jdemnèd to death.; .He, refused to appeal -fori 'pardon, and ; said, " I. baye . done nifthintrj iwhictf should be' punished with, death." ¡j (Arrests still continue.HÍB Bentence was] afterwards' commuted,to ten years' exile in| jSiberia. ? The ''churches have boen opened - at| | Warsaw by th'o soldiers, who lit tho taperj »and caused,fcho OÍGCÍAIH to roeite;tho service.^ fjlt has been stated that at tho .closo of tho» Ryear tho Emperor intends to grant an iininoyjy] |to those who were concerned in tho Univer-| !|s¡ty riotsv Many of them, however, havot boon sent tb Siberia, already, tynd consider-| able numbers, aro shut np in tho ,diflbront| prisons. -Tho Opiniofljkfflalionalo ,romurks :j\ " The situation doQ3..^Mm^|roye in Russia.| The peasants aro disiwffi|nted,,'and tho ad-| vnnced party aro brgaffisit^. .thomsolves."*! Accounts from St. Potersjnrgh stato that ...

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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FRO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

'VpEPAIlTCTRESrAND ARRIVALS OE THE. ¡ \ \V\ MAILS:^, I DePATiTUBEB ruo: " ll ? ?j -To <^smo,&.,-Tuesday, al IK ?ATO Queensland, vi» Casino, n .To Armidale, Thursday am Sj To Tabulam, Monday and ! ;M .To Sydney, by stoomor. Wi m AIIÍUYALS AT I ;Prom Cocino, ¡to., Snturda W From Queensland, via Casi j! .Froin ArniidaL', Monday t fj Froiu Tabulam, Tuosday a F FTOHI Sydney, hy steamer,) R I

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

! " . PRUSSIA. .< , i There is no political news of any kind.jj The doath.of the Prince Consort'of England | lind produced a profound ofl'ect, and the* Court mil go into.mourning for a month, a The state of the health of the Orown.Prmco"s3| compelled lier to abandon her intention oft accompanying the Crown Prince to England j on tho mournful' occasion of the 'funeral. J The elections m Berlin and in the, provinces^ are very satisfactory to the.liberal causo. Iii] theso elections^ the cid feudal.pnrty hus lost j all ita loading mon. Tho elections throughout,; the provinces have beon equally satisfactory a to the party progress. Thoro has been manyi Rumours ot changes in'the Ministry, but| ¡these have been officially contradicted by tho 3 [Berlin Gazette of tho 22nd. f

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR. BY A PRACTICAL FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

j- «3.1 EU» E SJ 33 IE ^ ClïiTBTîaÔAES. fj H Br A PBACTioAr/FAnibii. g Is TICK Vir.tD.-Plant bi&y aml vntcliea for grám¿ ^fodder, alikinds of lmmgolcWii^üI, white turnips,midi Quiter the loth of th« liionthjuwc^il turnip's. ^ j|

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

AUSTRIA. ! I Tho affaira of tho kingdom still continuo inj avery unsatisfactory position.' Prom thej south of Hungary advices roport that ono| functionary refusing to - co-operate'with _the| Government will have- eighteen soldiorsS lodged in his houso until ho resumes his fwhc-1 tions. .?. On tho 14th tho-Upper House Pvoich-a srath ^votod tho laws for preserving the'in-w violability of lettora for assurance of. personal | liberty, and for maintaining the right bf 1 domocilo. , , , g

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

;S"5P?i?i3 laTELLiüEMüS, J " : ... AUW VA J,. 1 /.starch'tat-Vmrn. (a.), 401) tons, Captains . 'v- 'v-VÇîeenian, from Sydney S th dud Newcastle^ : 4vjt}íe?0th instant. *Pa.isen(*ers-^Caplain Hill,g . vJP.M., Messrs. Jlodgkmaoñ, Furlong, Baw-'; w , ^don, Lamiin, Dev«»*)d,' und -21 iii, tho^ '.' ./ - : I *~ * . f; 'March 6 - Qraft^r}"^ ,^210 tons, Cap-! 'H.'" Creer, 'for SfeAtiâ' *? 7>a^ciigoiy-li .r1ILMuVrich, .'£mvL .? Robertson,*! ( j/ip! i ; Giblion, ''Íi'Loój. .i.1 &ur\o)or!j íí-v. I:«p....s. M'Donnld, 'Gaptam-i>yo,. and .8} -i_ i ' i erage. M ' £

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

EXP0KT3. i March 6. - Grafton, (a.), for Sidney : 81 balosB wool, 2 hales sheepskins, 770 bugs maiz'o, 200 bngsw ? whait, 7 casita taUbw,\83 hides, S boxes eggs, {^cnopsS ^poultry, 1 h,owi), and 2tt>paokagca sundries. ? B

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] LATEST INTELLIGENCE. NO WAR. (From the Armidale Express.) Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I [Br E^cSmik TELEGRAPH.] "~ I LATEST"INTELLIGENCE. . fi : ? V ,; I : NO WAR. i (Frotç Sthe &Amidale Express.) J .- ^...Xjj^N Sydney,- Wednesday..-. 3 Tlie,Governmëut lias veceivetl a telegram Ifrom Melbourne, *to the effect that there Iwillbe no \var between England and America fas the Southern-Coinuiissionei's have been igiven up. :;* f I Sydney, Fridayv I The Southern Commissioners left America. «in a British gun-boat, .on January 2nd. gPcnce ia therefore assured. ? /Several i régi-? ? amenta are leaving England for Canada/ with lartille'ry. ' . '. \ . ¿ I Seven teerig hundred pounds were sub Iscribed last .nigh^in'Nnid\of the building Ifund of St Mavy'^Crttbedval. ; :'.. I The Volunteer NavaPBrigade is to be en frolled forthwith, and'th\. forts are ,to , be iprepared. ..; . .r. : 1 Mi\ Ebsworthreports that. wool is -firmer athrbugli higher rates bf.exchauge. . .Buyers gare cautions.': . -Hides' 'have declined,' .« v S The weather in Sydney is sultry. >. I Brisbane, Th...

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OUR STREET IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

í , OTO 0TEBET ÎJ'fPROyEMÈNïS. \ Tire NEW BKË-HIVE. - Notwithstanding^ ,tho monetary depression under which.our?. ' district- has for nome time past been laboiHng.| 'considerable improvement is going .on r.* -uv ¡in our street architecture, .the building' uuo. fy 'erected in Prince-street by Messrs, French'<j tond-Wray, for Captain AVisemon, was"open&djj last'weeli b / our respected townsman; ,Mr,|¡ fE:-Prt'tfyns'lhe Beehivo drapery "store The&| Lpremi'es arc built of brick-, with tho exception! I of'the front, whjchviis of cut stoneuv'ï-l ¡mounted with a liandsomo cornices ;içustraii| ¡iíig a balcony tho whole longth^uvin£ii#| j biiihliosr enclosed with;a neatiron tfi^reafc-ng.î LTlio'.building has a frontage'of,?""*-1' ¿ílíjjtü'of 40 feot.iho qhop.-i»- '. :$et;;tnd is ye--"1 ' ' * .. jcC.'uSsiWd / '¡in ...the f ,is- ,well Ü)CM ictoriolj BtreetSi^tinxi^.'''.:h is ore ?cufc stone with a&eiv^. : co, andi |blocking; the other walhv'or-L^ ding aro| ?o...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY MARCH 11, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

I TUESDAV^ÍLVRplI ll, 1802/ . | RTUE groat lovelier often btrikca when* Hat jj $o*pectcd. Piuses AtBETtr, m tho p^ihiÎToi, Hlife ..and;! vigour, ,oï manhood, haV- felt -n, * J*| JoL^^UkM^ûniIûiasijji'rely hquse;aro.; left toé .'. ^loijs. POPB- Bay^v6??! .... . tt¿Kg¡S& .tínoeft . witta . :., .' \ '^prir|yple.| rr'i .1 i ' /'T^a^e^^rciutaCi'ôii^ I. -",KU misanthropic expression. í sj Tho lif(j oX the PHINCE has been a more | gthan ordinarily eventful ono, occupying us bel jfdid, so**importantXnd yet so dolieate a po3i-f gtion. Fe*w meivperhaps, would have passed | .ythrough such amordeal as he has done lessj g unscathed than l?o has. Few mon, perhaps, jê placed in so higli a position, would havel passed so activo and usoful a life. g The scion of a noble house in "Germany,! yeY without any apparent expectation of J princely honors, muchness of world-widef note, h(s^enrly days wermont; in the pro-i secutiôu' of íntellectutn^^iT scientific pur-l suits, by wliich a foundat^^wSs ...

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LABOUR MARKET. [[?]AIG[?] AND BROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 11 March 1862

§ ... LABOUR M'A It KUI T. . , § I i, - Vi-;^'v¡i [íuiau AND nuowx.j}' fl' ; 1 Business^) .tilia mnrkct ia improved, mid eineo llio¡J j Indi rains lliö dumimd for agricultural serrants lins iii- | i creased. Ibera is n good nttendanoa of married t| I domestlo^servwih'i and a fuir suppl;/öl* labour of A-J j miscellaneous'Olnirnotor Tan neighbouring, colonies^ i Iravo of luto in samo mensura contributed Xo.'tho'* j supply .of.our 'mnrkct. Female Servituts, although $ [ acaree, may bo obtniuod with greater facility. * '. , . Sj j _ .V';,..;. lNirtyiniimi ? " gj i Married. Obuplos ,.. 45. to GO', m 3 Funning mon.'. ... ... BU', to 32'. . .8 IPloughmon and atookmon ... 85'. to 40'. . i Surveyors'mon... ... ... 40/. tb 50/. a Biislfmon ".">,.... ... 4«'. to 46'. S Sliopllcrds,;'t: i. ' ... ? ... 28'. to 80'. | ¡ Shophordin'g families ... fiö'.lo 70'. Sj i Roadmnkprs ^' ''f .i. ... 4V. % I ' Blacksmiths, and ca.'pcntors ... (¡O', to 80/, Ï \ Grooni8fí¡?;>-'.. ' ... 85/. lo 60/; 1 >...

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