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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

. -Uio Allied forces in Mexico have advanced beyond Vera Cruz- without "'opposition!' and submitted their .demandr .to .th'e Mexican authorities. 1 It is.rumoured tliat.the .tlironö. of.Méxicowillbo oflbrod to un Archduke of "the. jhouso of Austria, : in exchange -for Venetia. Thisprojoct (Napoleon's) has been much discussed. ? . . . ?? ^

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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

POBTUGAL. ? ' . ;.-. Mie Portuguese Ministry; have resigned, apd. a new Cabinet formed under the pre- sidency of tho Marquis,of §oule. ' ;>

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

' RUSSIA. ' Tho now Archbishop of "Warsaw lins urgod j tho popple- to bo- arnot, and ro-oponed tho churches ¡ but ' mihataiy repression is still : carried out with the greatest severity.

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

Tho quosti&Xof^iPe^eral ["reforms and NationalGèrmûnfuni^.w abbufc.,,to..be .disi: cussod in tíio Prussian, Chamborof Depu- ties, .? : ' .'! V.. .". .' '' . Austrians ünequál'to'the task single-handed, of keeping yeQetiaVand''fi^g^''-an$\si^' to raiBo'.up a c'onfe'derapy-in germany,'so constructed aa -to connect ^ts 'mémbera .for tho .defonco of hör foreign provinces, against which 'scheme ?iBussift .protests. : The con-, seqüencps of;,tbÍB..dÍ8agreement;may be'i that Germany will be .divided into twp Confedera- tions, which ,will involve momentous conso-. ;quehcos.'to'tli'e rest'o'f Éuropol Tho Austrian fleet being greatly increased,' tliö "recognition of the kingdon! bf -Italy by Pru'ssia.-is sajdtphayobeen decided. .

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

- . " ' EXPORTS. . . April-12.-arnftoii (s.), for Sydnov ; B8 bales wool, .970 boga mnizi>,;10 Boga wheat, 22 unska tallow, 284 ?hides, L Log augur, 2p0.-oimoea gold-dust, 4 boxes :,«ggi, 2 coops poultry, and-BUtidriea. . . . . - - " ?'? » ._ . . ..

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INSURRECTION IN GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

INSURRECTION,IN GREECE. , . A.rnih'tary 'insurrection:hastaken placo in . Greece, and the town and fortress pf Nauplia are in possession' of tho' insurgents.1 Tho . Ohambors and country havo oxpros'sod' their devotion to the dynasty."s. ... . . 'j.-".; y;:':.'

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

V- AMUVAM. .. . -. . April y.-Commerce, Janot Dickson, and .. Emma,' from Sydney. Y :; . April 10.-lane Sommerville, and' Storm yKin^VífroiVSydney.^'^ " ? , .? : The BoorowanAßTTodorick Dhu, Pioneer, , Cyclone, {Rose, ? Volunteer, Macleay. Packet, '.and Sea Gull, are baVbound, AHHIVAIÏ AJÎJ) . DEPAUTUHE . OF THE .STEAMIÎKS. - In-order to nieot the extra (deinaud foi* . sending down the corn, the .steamers will make three trips each during next month. A time-table showing tho dato ,of dopartui'o both from Graftou and Sydney .will be.found, iu our advertising columns, by . which .arrangement, it;will -bo. perceived the . .Grafton, iy,ill,Ijeay^ ?viz.-, Ihtciiday warning ot'daylight. "'? .' "The -Urara,, loft-, oydnoy on Wednesday, ?.and. Newcastkr nt, 11'30, "on' Thursday; "crossed,thc'bar at noon on Pridoy, and ar- rived at tho company's .wharf, at G p.m the ,naino evening, -having landed cargo at the carious vhiujves.on .tho river. ¡Tho ? Grafton wa« Bighted, at 1:25 ,p.ra on Thursd...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

FRANCE. ' ;' ?'?. Tho debato ph the ''Address nt reply to .tho : Emperor's Speech liasled- to a scene, of groat Tiolence between .'tho, Legitimists .and Liberals.. ? ''.' ' " ."' ' ; '?? Pn'nce Napoleon attached the Papacy, iif terms openly declaring ngninBt the temporal' .power of the Pope, arid 'demanding that' National Education in France-shall he tnken out of . the hands of the priests and claimed for France the'freedom of the Press. ; ; - The Emperor , has read'the Episcopate a sevei'O lesson;' ' ' ''"; , . Tho Papal Government hns summoned the Bishops of all countries to.a convention, in Eomo next May, but the l'reuch Bishops are prohibited from attending by command of tho Fronch G-ovornment. . Tho Popo is suffering from disonse of the heart, and is not expected to livo more than a few days, if BO long. _ ? Mr. Slidell had an interview with tho .Emperor of the Fronch. ,. , ,, '? T' Great sensation has been caused in Paris by a letter from tho Emporor to General Montur ban, paS...

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AMERICA. CAPTURE OF ROANOAKE ISLAND, AND DESTRUCTION OF THE CONFEDERATE FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

' AM E, It .ICA. . CAPTURE OF ¡Rp ANO AXE.,ISLAND,1 ;- .IAND DESTRUCTION - OF THE CONFEDERATE FLEET. ? G oneral Burnside's expedition has captured i Eoanoáko. Island, destroyed tho fleet, and occupied Elizabeth .,city, after a severe fight, with tho.loss of 1000 men on each, side. ? ,: ?. ? . : :,ïho Federal troops in Tenesseo havo bom- barded and captured .Fort. Henry/seized tho bridge across the river, and cut oil" tho main communication between Memphis and Columbus. ' , '?? Fort Donaldson is about to bo attached, and;it is .rumoured : that ,tho . Confederates havo evacuated Bowling Green.; ; Great con- sternation prevailed in consequence, these positions being considered very serions. - , Tlie House of '.Representatives has passed a bill making States' notes a legal tender, and the' Senate a bill for , tho issue of demand i libtos for ten million'dollars. ' . The Tax Bill i's nearly completed. Most of tho articles of general consumption are to bo moderately , taxed. The Federal f...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

: Sir J. T. : .Platt, Mr, Hausbrick, Admiral, Dick, Mr. Lung, Malinese, de, la llosa;. Rey. II. Horn, and the Provost of,:Btpn....,-,

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PUBLICANS' LICENSING MEETING. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

PUBLICANS' LICENSING- MEETING,. : TUESDAY, v; " , v . '. BEFOIIE Captnür Hill, P.M., Messrs.'Alfred. Lardner nn¿ WS Small, J.P.'s" Tho apnliratiotfof James Worrel for tho' transfer <if the ln^nse-Soútlio Caledonian Hotel, Ulmarra) heldVby Mr.' M'AuIuy,' was granted, \- . : PpuoE COUBT, TIIUIISDAY.-Before Cap.' tain Hill, P.M. There wu« only ono case before the Court, that of steuling a howo aud mara, which was postponed till Friday next. . ' ? ».

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

.-.v:"V SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ? ?? " ' -*-- . Ai; ÁKRlVMi. ? ? \ ???:.??> April 18.-ryürívra.'i(8^); ',400 4cat\a, Captain Porter, from . ßulney ¡JUitli and Newcastle 17th'jmßtäiit.i '^'PáBseiígors-Mr: Bèvohald, .Î Mr. T. Bawdoq, Mr^Logan, Mr. L'estrange, "<and>18 in'°theiB^cérHg^ : ' ? \

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

W 'DEPABWßEs! ',. ' Apnl-16.-Grafton^, ¿10 tons,'Captain H. Creer, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. and Master-Joues, Mr. T. Fisher, Mr. A. .:, Hitchins, Mr. Meares, liev. John Gibson, . .: :,uidl2.ui.tho>8tcerago.>"-^''--.>' .. . :

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NEW ZEALAND. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

NEW Z,E'ALAN D. ^ (From the Herald.) ; THE :RE-Hoi8Tpsra .'OE THE;;KIN<J ILAG AT OTAKI. '- (From . ike.. Correspondent of Mdveriiserj-^. The proceedings; wero com- menced by a body of natives, 350 in number fully armed with muskets,' döuble-barrellöd guns, and rifles, marching in'regimerital order twice round the flagstaff, and taking upa pbsi-r; tión iii front, in four divisions., À form- of prayer was then read by tho Roman Catholic teacher,, and tho. two flags were hoisted half mast,' under a salute of blanlc cartridges ;' wheu-fully hoisted a further salute*.; Cheers were'given0by all'.assembled.>Th'e .{urned natives formed themselves into three compaq mos and each successivelyperformed . a . wai'; dance. The whole offthei proceedings wôr'b conducted- ^vitl^atte^ionVnd. ' ' seriousness. Tho'armed men'wßrbViu'figh^ strippodtó <¡liewaM auMhlrAlogged. The .flags hoisted woro^he onginàT flag given by Potatau, and a1 new ono ^recently received, from tho prese...

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LABOUR MARKETS. [HAIGH AND BROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

LABOUR MAUKE Tí,, ¡J ?. - ; . '[ir&iau- AND i»-> vii' .1 ; Tnn " Añnio Wilson'\ with upwards qf i|Oö im- migrants 1ms arrived during.tho week, mid been ordered into Quarantine. lt .is' expected, however, that, many of tho noir arrivals will bu "in .atlendaiico »nd prepnrcd to, Iii.ru in a fuvv du v.". Illucksiniths und cni-pontcrs aro in request. Tho demand for farm and domestic servants is tolerably good. ... Tlw following quotations for rates of wages aro sub substaiitiully correct-" - : ... .. .-.,,..??>.: P,er annum. .1 Í../.Í..; Married Couples ' . -IS', to GO'. '' farming mon. ... 8'!/'. to 32 . , (».;.;-*. Ploughmen undstouknien'85'. fo/40'c" ? ?? i ' Survoyors'-mon : . ' -/MKito BO/.-'";-? .?Buslinien ... . ... ... , 40/. to '15'. Shepherds..;--. ??. ' ... 28'. to 80'. i Shepherding families ... 65'. to 7p'. I Eoadmakors . ... . - .;. . 4i/.' - '. ?. Blacksmiths and ca1 pouters . ¡.. (¡0?. to 80/. . Grooms ... ... . ..: .85/. to 50?. Coaclimon... - : ... 83/. t...

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A WORD ABOUT THE MISSING £100! TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

A WORD ABOTHE MiSSING, WOO! ' TO THE Ebrrott-íft THB EX^MISKU. Sm,-When tho peoplo here wore canvassed aa to tho desirability of formiug Grafton, into u Municipality, oho of tho chief inducements I belara-that prompted many to sign tho memorial, arose from tho fact that tho Government would double all suma raised by rates' for tho drat five years., This consideration, from the facilities it would give for the employment of labour, murtho benefits to bo derived through tho improve- ments it would efleot, acted aa a vory powerful nrgu-' ;montw itï|%vouK B^tin' çrdor to obtain thia, boon tho G^rmjjeut'reWnad, comçlianco with'ola-uso 91 of the(Municipalities Act, wffióh states "that on pr before 31st July and tho Slat December of each year, a balance-sheet shall'be prepared and forwarded to Government, showing tue income and expenditure for tho past six months, to bo Bigncd by tho Mayor und trcasuror. This has been promptly done by tho Council, and tho claim ns shown by tho receipt sido...

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THE WHARF GRIEVANCE AND CHARGES OF THE C. AND R.R. S. N. COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

rUB WHARF, GRIEVANCE AND CHARGES j . OF THE C. AND R.E. S. N.. COMPANY/ ' ; ' TO TUB EDITOR OF THE EXAMIHEB/ . Sra,-I have this day; been much amùsod ;with on account in your issue of thè'8th instant,'oftba oneot-' in'g held at tho Assembly Booms,, Grafton, haying re-, ference to tho recent alterations of the 0. and E. B. . S. N. Company in their wharf accommodation thero, and now, with your permission," (not being present at tho meeting br'".prepared to speak"), beg to lay my views on the subject before tho public, should _ you 'deem my scribbling worthy of a borner in your widoly circulated journal. Boing a shareholder in ono of the companies , who. havo been solicited to run a boat in opposition, I liavo^ mad? it my business to make some enquiries respect- ing the delinquencies bf the C. and E., ß.S. N. Com-" pany, and in what mannor. they -hayo so. woofuUy drawn down the ire of their supporters!' : I And, firstly, they riinjwo of the flnoat boats from this port, ono starting pun...

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FREE SELECTION. TUESDAY, APRIL 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

F BEB SELECTION. TUESDAY, AVRIL 15m, ' . William M'Phorson, Ulmarra, 80 aores, county of Claronce; parish unnamed, on tho south-west end of an ¡Bland, situato on the main channel, -of north arm of the Clarence- Rifer, and opposite lot H aa surveyed. John M'Rue, Gmfton, 120 acres, county of Olaronco, parish unnamed, on nn island unnamed, on the north bank of tho Clarenco River, adjoining M'Kay's, being portions 4 and 5. ' V Farquhar Fraser, Southampton, Grafton, iß sores,; county Claronce, pariah unknown, on tho'point of an island namo unknown, on tho North Arni'Clarence River, being first lot on tho point adjoining Smith's, .portion.. ..- . -, ¿I):..... ? V. >? James Holmes, Watorviow, Grafton,)60' acres, county-of Clarence, parish of Southampton, situato about a milo from tho Erst Falls, Grafton 'side, about lon elmina from tho Falls road, and twenty from a 60 acre farm, selected by A. Niland, und on itt eastern Alfred Catt, Grafton, 48 acres, situated.-'oiî Ashley ; Island,''on...

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WOOL REPORT FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

: WOOL liEPOHT FOR PEBBUAEY. Marketa inactivo. 3?ewv euquiries, and I those mostly for.wool at under last sale rates; : which' dealers, will not accapt. Next sales; I commence on.. 28th February. Stock on" ! hand-4-total, 45,812 bales. ' : v j It is anticipated that a decliup. of.-bne j penny per pound will occur next sale,,owing to.unsjitisfactory accounts from tho .Continent i and general slackness of trade. ??? . I -.Arrivals for March sales are expected to j-bo very largo. ; . .

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 22 April 1862

? ' MONETARY AND ' COMMERCIAL Ï,.. j. INTELLIGENCE. . , ' ' ;'.;Gr3át -demand has lâtolyiexistcd for all ' foreign and colonial Bccuritiea." - , (*¿íCl¿^^. Qt3vor]imont''debentiú*e8'firml and rising.'^'1 ^ ',' ' ' ' ' ' .,f-.Victoriap;ß'por cents, are quoted 107}- to -"fy the"new' issues 101 to ' : : ? Now .South Wales 5 percent.' . 18C6, 09 to.100. V : -V . ' ?,-,:?'. The ehiofWont in monetary . circles ,has 'been ah attempt of the Trench Grovornníent to borrow four millions stcrlingin tho London 'market,-in order to force through tho conver 'sion of the.four and'a liait'per cent. Eontes into three percent. This loan could not bo ?carried1 out owing to tho inability ' of tho French, contractors to supply tho French securities.-. . ) ^ThdSoari oi' Trado returns for. 1861 have been published, and aro considered satisfac- tory, notwithstanding tho cotton difficulty, aud the prohibitory tariff of tho United ?States.,:': ?????".j>."."-.:- .?' ?'.',"' Exports to j Sydney' during the m...

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