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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

LIBERAL SUBSCRIPTION.'-A large and enthusi- astic public meeting of the citizens ef Sydney was held last week, for the purpose of expressing sym- pathy with the London dock laborers, and in moving a resolution, Hr. John See said, that this was not the time to inquire into the cause "of the dispute between the dock laborers and their employ- ers. This was the time to render substantial assistance to those poor men. He had had a great deal to do with trades unions, and as an employer of labour he hal always endeavoured to treat them with that respect which their great importance demanded. He described his recent visit to the old country, and Baid that he felt grieved beyond des- cription to see the poverty that was rampant on all sides in the British capital. The sorry appearance of the poor little children, the wretched appearance of the poor women, and the haggard anxious looks of the poor men seen in the streets of London, were enough to move the heart of a stone. When they saw the...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Commercial. OK Saturday next an estate of 1400 acres, situate near Casino, will be offered to auction. It is well improved, and represented as being a gpcd grazing »nd farm property. Several properties situate in this district will be submitted during the month. The money market is quiet owing to an almost entire absence of speculation. Money is obtainable 1 on reasonable terms, from 7.J per cent, on freehold . security, in small sums. The trade are announcing their summer stocks, and are advertising that they will be sold at low rates. Stagnation in business is complained of notwithstanding the large amounts that must have come to the river this season as pro- ceeds of produce. The stock markets are unaltered, no large drafts of stores are offering, and the supply is limited. The horèe market is very quiet. Maize is improving, and ' quantities have been purchased locally at 2s 9d, buyers evidently anticipating the improvement announced yester- day. Shipments from the Clarence have ...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Sporting: PEDESTRIAN HANDICAP.--Messrs. Connor and Shepherd'1 announce that they will'givei £10, £3, and £2 prizes for a 125 yards handicap, to come off. on the Racecourse on the track in front of the grand stand, on 12tit-October. Fuller details will appear in next issue, and in the meantime the pro- moters are securing an efficient committee to carry out the affair."*'With such a " liberal prize there should be a good entry from athletes, and a few other events may be arranged to be run off the ?ame day. ' We : understand that the firm named intendj it sufficient inducement offers, to arrange1 for other events at subsequent dates, and will give increased prizes, .??.?i-f,: ':':????.'??':r j THK ScüLiiÑG CHAMPIONSHIP.-'£1500 to £1000 on Searle was laid twice over in London on Friday, and the betting then stood at 6 to 4 wanted, 5 to 4 offered on the'champion. 1 Megara. Spencer rece.ved » cablegram on Friday from their agent in London to the effect that he considers, Searle's chance...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

~~=z='' Letters to tue Editor. DBAB SIB.-I am surprised that no action; baa yet b« Uken-inGrmfUm(aoity always to^to^ contributing to alienate distress in any part of the : itold where gTeat;distrees exists) to-raise'robscrip ti&Jfor^theJassis^^ labourers-*q»è". ô«ilWÎ^:-'S*ittï-tl^viaM»>:oôn. dèmh strikers will not, I-think, blame thia one, of men who for intermittent work get only the . miserable pittance of Sd per hour and are now only asking for ld more. If the Mayor is not requisi- tioned to call a public meeting, will you, Mr. Editor, consent to' receive; subscriptions and forward same, when I am sure the invitation will he wa'rmlv reflnonried to. ' COSMOPOLITAN. SIB.-In reply to " Looker On" re Skating Bink, ?who has kindly and consistently called my. atten- tion to'the number ot youngsters using the floor particularly, on nights set .apart for..adults, or t&Ofle] |*ho". are proficient in -. the use of j skates. *MLooker; On " will recollect some' three mont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

John See li Co.'« Shipping Hotieei. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE | OF STB AMERS. The S.S. Helen nicoll | ¡ Captain E. A. Fraser, for Syd ney every TUESDAY HIGHT at 10 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every SATURDAY SIGHT, at 9 o'clock. She S.S. Australian, Captain R. Affleck, for I Sydney every FRIDAY NIGHT at 10 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton every TUESDAY NIGHT, | at 9 o'clock. FAKES-Saloon, Bingle ... £2 0 0 return ... 3 10 0 Steerage. £1 each way. JOHN SEE AND CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DROGHEES. | Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, 1st July, | OUR DROGHERS _ WILL BUN AB FOLLOWS. " Perseverance. MONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's | Island, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. "WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal-1 mer's Island (Unka and Yamba if necessary) : returning Friday. Lottie. MONDAY-To Ramornie and Copmanhurst : re _ turning Tuesday. "WEDNESDAY-To "South Arm and Coldstream returning Thuisday. (FRIDAY-Carr's Creek, ko. . XiOrna. MONDAY-To Coldstream....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Fact and Rumour. Protection Conference October 1. Doga must be registered this mon tb. Emperor William favors the strikers. Searle thinks he can win from the Btart. Auckland has settled its clothing dispute. Bishop of London meditating in the strike. Grafton B.C. regatta on Saturday well attended. Close provisions of Game Act came into opera- . tion on 1st instant, and remain in force till March . 1st. . Cardinal:Manning praises the heroism of the < strikers. £325 12s forwarded from Armidale to Mr, John Dillon, M.P. Testimonial presentation to Dr. Hood at Maclean this evening. Queensland forests are to be conserved and some - more planted. - H.M.S. Calliope and Swinger were at Noumea on the 1st instant. The Executive Committee of the League meet to- morrow, afternoon. Mr. L. Samuel, Harwood, has been authorised to - sell postage stamps. Victorian'factories employ 10,000 more hands ? than New South Wales. : A number of dietriot mail contracts advertised in , . ' / the Gaze...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

I luttera to tne Editor. j xnB taftor dow not hold himself mponrible for opinions .xpressed by cbrrsipbiHUnU. .-'j. -1 VJ _ SIR.-A:-well'known-resident wrote a letter in' Tuesday's issue over the cognomen of " Lawrence, Ward ;'.' but he might just as well have signed lus name, for his style and manner are' so well known. I would not be your correspondent, Mr. Editor, if you would let me, but if I was, how would I lash out at some of these scribes that think they are getting at him. " Lawrence Ward," you know how to give a spree, but do give up writing letters. If you do think of writing again, just give us the "band parts" of the following, and I shall have it set to music-" Such being carried, caused much of what was wanted by , some parties, such being against their prospects of office, so much coveted, and tried to overthrow the amendment for their own peculiar purpose." Now, what's the use of you blaming the correspondent for changing his opinions about certain matters. There wa...

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VICTIMS OF THE HAMILTON MINE DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

norms OP THE HAMILTON MINE DISASTEE. THE report of the discovery of the bodies of the four men-HUDSON, MEADOWS, GBANT, ¡ and BEAUMONT-discloses to some extent what must have been the horrible sufferings of those poor victims of the Hamilton mine disaster. We have never read anything more painful to contemplate than what those entombed men must have endured nntil death terminated their sufferings. Without food and water, and with but a limited quantity of air to breathe, and still making strenuous efforts to escape, their agony indeed muBt have been great. One of them, too, the man. Hudson, who was separated from the others, appears to have been injured by the crash, and must have struggled desperately, in his efforts to extricate ' himself, having tunnelled through the debris a distance of no less than 44 yards. Altogether, the story of the Hamilton disaster is a very sad one, and peints to the necessity of much greater care being exercised in the working of coal and other mines, so...

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ECONOMY IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

ECONOMY" IN THE CONSTECCTION OP BAHWAYS. MB. MURDOCH, CE., in giving evidence before the Public Worka Committee upon the Goulburn-Crook well railway suggested that economy might be practised in the construction of railways, and the building of culverts might be improved upon with advantage. It would be economy to.build wooden bridgea for instance* These would last 20 to 25 years, and would be much preferable to iron structures. If the difference of the cost between a j wooden bridge and ? au iron one were put into a Bank at interest, such, accruing interest on the capital, would at the end of the lifetime of the wooden bridge, be more than sufficient to renew it, to say nothing of the contingencies which might occur in the meantime, This comes very near to what we have so long advocated, that there ÍB ample timber of most valuable kinda in the country which should be utilised, at least, in the construc- tion of first or pioneer lines of railway, and that in the construction of those...

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THE DOCK LABOURERS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

THE BOCK LABOURERS IN BONBON. THE strike which originated with the Dock Labourers in London has assumed very serious proportions. The refusal of the Dock Company to. increase the labourers wage one penny per hour that is to say, from fivepence to sixpence-is caus- ing widespread distress and uneasiness^ not only in London, but throughout England. The strike began with 10,000 strikers, and at the latest advices that, number had increased to 100,000, and "the contest between Labour and Capital was spreading with rapid strides, extending even to other ; classes beyond the Dock labourers-tailors, cabinetmakers, and cigarmakers have already struck, and to pre- vent similar'results at Liverpool and other places the employers have wisely made concessions to the demands of labour. That such a number of persons should not be receiving even the ordinary very low rate of wage must have brought starvation into many families, and privation into all,' Fully half a. million' of; persons are repres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Wanted_ WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. LA.MAN, Victoria-Btreet. WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. FIRTH, Woodside Cottage, Ulmarra. WANTED, a few CANE CUTTERS, at Dyraaba Mill M'AULAY AND M'LEDD. W ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to the MATRON Lower Clarence Hospital. WANTED, a MAN to táke charge of a stallion. _ ALFRED JAY, Woodford Island/ WANTED, a good MAN COOK Apply . J. WALKER, Steam Ferry Hotel, Sooth Grafton. WANTED, a PLOUGHMAN. Must be a good hand ; work until Christmas. * _ ? D. M'PHEE, Southgate. STOCKMAN WANTED for an outstation at Broadmeadows. No objection to a couple, without encumbrance*. Apply to the undersigned. ; ... N. M'LEAN. WANTED, Bix STONE BREAKERS. Also, a .. . MAN to erect a second class culvert. Apply at Millar's Waterholes, Casino road. DAVID PINKERTON, Road Contractor. WANTED, a LAD able to plough and accus- tomed to farm work. Apply A. M'PHEE, Coldstream ; or. JAMES RETALLICK, Sydney Stores, Ulmarra. OTICE.-I hereby notify for the inform...

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Grafton Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

" ^Grafton Rowing Club Ä-' BEG ATTA under the auspices of the Grafton Bowing Club, came off over the .usual XéïrgTftrïïI Saturday afternowj.uci'Tieihg shghtljr ruffled by an -Jmrucaj wind, which caused a little inconvenience to those who had outside positions. There was a Tery; good attendance of the public, and the s.s. Lorna, which followed each event, had almost a full compliment of passengers. Nearly every available pulling boat about; town was brought into requisition, and quite a fleet of small craft took up positions in midstream, opposite the goal, their occupants thus getting a fair view of the races near the finish. The finishes however were not close in any instance, though in the gig race there was a splendid race from the start to half way, when a slight mishap decided 'the contest. The Maiden single scull event was regarded as a pretty safe one for Casey, though he was not quite fit on Saturday. Bowing well from start to finish, he won with plenty in hand; but many tho...

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Ulmarra Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 September 1889

Ulmarra Municipal Council.   THE Council met on Wednesday. Present—the Mayor, Aldermen M'Phee, Carlton, Napper, Walz, Redmond, Turnbull and Goodger. Correspondence was read from Jas. Creighton,   applying for some remuneration for taking care of flood boat and shed. Resolved that £4 per annum be allowed.     From J. Northcott, calling attention to the road between A. Bailey's and W. M'Phee's. The road requires reforming, and the culvert approaches want attending to. Large trees on the road which are dangerous, should be felled. Log in the   centre of the road requires removing.—Alderman TURNBULL thought the road was in a bad state,   nothing having been done to it for some years. Resolved that the letter be received, and speci-   fications for re-forming the road prepared by next monthly meeting.     From T. Roach, stating, on behalf of the rate-   &a...

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Searle's Debut. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Searles Debut. THE promotera and subscribers to the Clarence Aquatic Carnival should feel especially pleased that Searle scored such a brilliant victory over O'Connor, for had it not been for the liberal prize offered on the occasion referred to, probably Searle would not be at this moment, Champion sculler of the world. Many will now understand Hanlan's reason for not starting in the race at Mountain View. No doubt he was cute enough to recognise the '''powers " of Searle, and would not risk defeat by a comparative novice. It ia surprising to many that wager-boat towing on thia river is not more general. No better exercise could be taken, and we know of no greater pleasure to those who are able to row. It is to be boped that Searle's* victory will cause many ©f the young fellows in the district to go in for rowing, and a watchful eye should be kept on " promising " scullers, and when a probable champion is dis- covered, he should be encouraged by those who are in a position to assi...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Interesting Items. THE following items may be read with interest in connection with the contest for the championship between Searle and O'Connor : The contest between Searle and O'Connor was the seventh time that colonial oarsmen have con- tested for the championship of the world on the Thames. The first occasion was on 15th November, ' 1880, when Hanlan beat Trickett ; the second in the same year, when Boss beat Trickett ; the third in 1881, when Hanlan beat Laycock ; the fourth in 1882, when Hanlan again beat Trickett ; the fifth in 1886. when Beach beat Gaudaur ; and the sixth also in the same year, when Beach defeated Ross. The first Championship of England Challenge Cup was initiated in March, 1S77, the conditions being that a sculler winning three times should be the absolute possessor of the cup. This was won outright in 1878 by J. Higgins, who successively defeated Boyd twice and Elliott. The second championship of England was initiated under similar conditions in 1878, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Abstract of Sales by Auction. TO-DAY (SATURDAY). Hy TJ-BAWDEN, at his Booms, Usual Weekly Sale hy G. M. ELLIOTT (in conjunction with V. Hindmarsh) at TatterauTs Hotel, Casino, at 2, "Alma "Estate

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The Sculling Championship London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

- The Sculling Championship ¡ * London, Monday. THE taco for the sculling championship and the Sportsman Challenge Cup, between Searle and O'Connor, took place over the Thames course^ from Putney to Mortlake to-day, and resulted in a victory for Searle, who won by ten lengths. The weather was beautifully fine, bnt the wind waBOCcaäonally gusty, and the water slightly lnmpy with brilliant sunshine overhead. Both scullers were in excellent condition. Great interest was taken in the race, and the banks of the historic course throughout the whole distance was lined with, spectators, and it is estimated that upwards of 100,000 persons witnessed the contest. _ The excitement everywhere was intense, and the victory .iL, of the Clarence native extremely popular. The race Btarted at 1.25. The betting waa about even, both men being heavily backed. As they entered their boats the betting was 21 to 20 on Searle, but so large were the sums from America and elsewhere invested on O'Connor that at ...

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By Telegram. SYDNEY. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

.By Teleferara. SYDNEY. THURSDAY. MESSRS PITT, Soy, AND BADGERY (limited) re- port .:-23,000 sheep penned to-day ; market held well at late rates. We sold 7500, including'cross- breds at 13s Sd, merinos 12s 7d, 12s 3d, and 11s 9d. .. 1020 'Cattle yarded.; being a heavy supply, and . . prices were weaker. We sold 350, including Cleve. £ Pink and Co.'s Commongin bullocks, averaging £7 . -. IDs Gd. the £ows £5 15s, Bell and Hyde's Cochin Cochin's £7 -7s SA, cows £5 9s lOd. the Warrah bullocks £8 2a. Our total eales for the week were 12,000 sheep, and 700 cattle.-7.41. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. The C. and N. C. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION reports-Maize3s 2d for prime¡sample?, the market * is well supplied. Oats, 3s to 3s 3d ; lucerne hay, ia to 4s Gd ; chaff, 5s to 7s ; flour, £13 for best ; lucerne peed, lOd ; eggs, lOd; butter Gd to lld dull ; hides, . 3d : pigs, 4d ; fowls 4s to 5s ; cedar, 25s for prime ia log, with good demand.-5.25. The SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAJIKEN CO- OPERATIVE ConrAssr (limited)...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE CHAPTER I (continued).— FOREBODINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

[Alii/ EIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE BY ANNIE S. SWAN, Author of "Twice Tried," "Across her Path," "Sundered Hearts," "Aldersyde." "The Gates of Eden," "Briar and Palm," "Freedom's Sword," &c, &c. CHAPTER I (continued). -FOREBODINGS. THERE ig very little to tell, my lady," said the cook, more self-possessed than any of the rest. "Mrs. Foster was having her supper with UB for company's aake, and when she went back to the nursery the baby was gone-spirited away, I say-for no human being could take him. At first we thought Anne or Polly was. playing a trick on nurse-trying to fright en her for leaving him-but we soon found there was nothing of that kind. We've searched high and low, my lady ; there isn't acorner of the house we haven't been into, nor an outhouse. We went through every blessed one with a lantern, but it was no use." Lady Westray asked no more questions, but walked slowly out of the kitchen and upstairs to the library. There was no faltering in he...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Commercial THREH partions of land «were selected cn Thursday nt the Land«, office. Ons of these was "by a Sydnej visitor, « nephew of Sir William Manning. There is very little transpiring privately in land. To day Ittr. T.JSawdcn will hdld his nsnal eale of produce and stock, at hisTooras. There is but little doing junb nov.'Ta tho stock markets. Grass is springing up fa3t, and the spring so far ia all that can be. desired. The swamp lands are beginning topra-; dueetfeed. A fine draft of fat bullocks from Yul- gilbar came down cn Thursday, purchased by Mr. D. Beatson, of South Grafton, ihie maize market; is nob altered, and ehipments from the Clarence are' not -heavyi at; present. In Sydney the arrivals at the beginning of the week were From, the Glarecce. 1575 bags ' Macleay. 352b' " New-Zealand .17S5 " ; Bellinger and Pt. Macquarie ' 883 " . Manning . 800-So Gi» . ; Mr. 'J. .QuiNíi reports selling privately, draught ' mire £20, draught-horse £25, saddle horse £0, to a Bichmond' bu...

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