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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

TO THE EDITOB. SIB.-I notice in the issue of the Examiner of the 24th ultimo reference is made re the Clarence River Pioneer Dairy Company, Ulmarra, as to whether the directors are doing right in reserving the power to re-purchase at market value the shares of those who are not suppliers of milk. This I will not question, but I am of opinion that supplie» only ahonld be shareholders of such a company ; for if the farmers do not take the matter in hand and try and do their best to forward this enterprise and promote its growth by supplying milk, of what earthly use would a lot of shareholders non sappliers of milk be to the company 1 It is the suppliers who are directly interested ; it is the farmers that will have to do with the matter, and upon them alone will devolve the result whether the Ulmarra Bntter Factory will be a success or not. I am sure if the farmers will unite and study the matter in a proper light, the initiation of dairy- ing will be one of the grandest events in th...

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The Shah's Tour. HIS MAJESTY IN THE HIGHLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

The Shah's Tour. HIS MAJESTY IN THE HIGHLANDS. ACCORDING to the special correspondent of tho Baily Telegraph, thc Shah has boon enjoying him- self immensely during his visit to tho nigh landa of Scotland. Mr. Mackenzie, of Kintail, enter- tained Bis Imperia1 Majesty on his arrival on Friday with Highland games. For tho Gillies' Ball that same night was reserved tho hononr of introducing the Ruler of Persia to a more intimate knowledge of merrymaking. About 10 o'clock the Shah, accompanied by Mr. Mackenzie, Sir Henry Drummond Wolff, and Mr. Sidney Churohill, entered the marquee, where a programme of reels, strathspeys, Highland flings, and fancy dancea were being gone through. Half a score of braw piper?, resplendent in Mackenzie tartan kilts, provided the music. The place was full of country people, most of the men being attired in Highland costume, as, indeed, were also Prince Albert Victor of Wales, and Mr. Mackenzie and his sons. Every- thing had been prepared on a scale of princ...

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The London Dock Labourers' Strike. Public Meeting at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

The London Dock Labourers' Strike. Public Meeting at Grafton. PURSUANT to advertisement a public meeting, con- vened by the Mayor, was held at the Fisher Park pavilion, on Thursday evening, to take into con- sideration what steps should be taken towards rendering assistance to the dockmen now on strike, j 1 Prior to the assembling of the meeting the City ' Band paraded the street from the band quarters to the Park, playing a number of selections. There were about 120 persons present at the meeting, which was presided over by the Mayor. The CHAIRMAN explained the object of the meet- ing, stating that the question was one of wages. The dock labourers had been receiving 5d an hour, and for some reason-he did not quite understand -they considered it advisable to demand from the dockowners an advance of ld, which was persis- tently ref used up to date. News of the strike had reached the whole of the English-speaking parts of the world, including Australia, and the metropoli- tan centres ...

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

Sires of the Season. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT MACLEAN, tho Pure-bred IMPORTED CLEVE- | LAND Stallion AMAZEKEST (late Surprise.) AMAZEMENT (693) is a beautiful bay with black points, stands over IG hands, was bred by ] Mr. Thomas Dennis, of Broughton Grange, York- shire, and was foaled in 1885, being by Prince ' George (235) out of a mare by Champion of Eng- land (55.) g dam by Master Georjre, 203 gg dam by Rosberry, 259 egg dam by Forrester, 168 g sire Prince Frederick, 234 gg sire Emperor, 562 ggg sire Salesman, 273 gggg sire Salesman, 271 ggggg sire Drover, 91, winner of four first prizes gggggg sire ropsman,321 Kgggggg sire Luck's All, 178 gggggggg sire Plonghboy, 418 ggggggggg «ire Bay Richmond, 373 Amazement is the most fashionably bred horse of his class which ever left England, and was awarded first prize (£10) as the yearling at the Yorkshire show, held at Sheffield in 1886. TERMS-Per mare.£» ?s. First-class paddocks provided and every care taken of mares ; bnt no responsibil...

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

John See ft Co.'s Shipping Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. 1 The 8.8. Australian, I Captain K. Affleck, for Sydney | every WEDNESDAY MORN- ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for] Grafton every SATURDAY | 2TIGHT, at 9 o'clock. The 8.8. Helen nicoll, Captain R. A. Fraser, for Sydneyeyery SATURDAY MORNING ?-at 7.30 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every TUESDAY NIGHT, at 9 o'clock. . FARES-Saloon, Bingle ." £2 0 0 - .:. . . return ... 3 10 0 ... Steerage. £l;each way. -' - - JOHN SEE AND CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DROGHERS. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, let July, j OUR DROGHERS WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS. Perseverance, A MONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's | _ Mand, 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 Thursday. TRIDAY-Carr's Creek, &a...

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Sporting. Hawkesbury Spring Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Sporting. Hawkesbury Spring Meeting. SYDNEY, FRIDAY.-This meeting commenced on Clarendon conrse yesterday, when the racing re- sulted as follows : In Hurdle Race, 2 miles, Drilldool, with 12-8 (top weight) np, beat a good field ; the Reugny horse Willoughby, winner of the Sydney Grand National hurdle race, carrying 10-12 into second place ; with Albert, 10-6, third. ' Mr. W. Gannon's Merriment, Hon. J. White's Rudolph, Monaghan's The Doge, and Sydney were the only starters for the Guineas, and after a great set to, Merriment defeated the favorite by a length, with Sydney third. A large field went out for the County Purse, which resulted in a win for Mr. W. J. Frank's Bernardo, 7st ; with Touchstone, 6-12, second, and Rosicrucian, 6at, third. Others: Lyndhurst 8-7, Leichhardt and Steel Arrow 8-4, Pet Girl Sst, Tour billon 7-12, Charcoal 7-10, Golden Crown 7-8, Locks- ley and Soldier's Wind 7-4, Sorella 6-12, Lady Kings boronga 6-10, JN oe ts tiela and fairfield b-2, rastmas;er 6st. B...

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Round About Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

RoM About Melbourne. I Bï A MECHANIC] NEW YEAR'S DAY ia one of the chief holidays of Melbourne-indeed, I may say it is actually the chief holiday, as all the best things in sport, art drawings, and the like, are garnered together in full force for the amusement of the inhabitants of the metropolitan cabbage-garden on that day. One of the affairs which apparently takes precedence over all others is that organised by the friendly societies, and held in their grounds just beyond the Botanical Gardens. Bonnd-abouts (or " merry-go rounds," as some call them) are the chief end and aim of the [young and rising generation : while others, again, are evidently very anxious to get their " c'rect" weight, gentlemen," only a penny. Here is a shooting gallery, and by its side is the " wonder of the world," as we are informed, which, on payment of twopence, proves to be a " fat woman," and not very fat at that either. It was nearly as big a " sell " as that which was practised by the three artful ...

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

Jack the Ripper.-London was startled again on Tuesday by the report that another atrocity had been perpetrated by the roan known as " Jack the Ripper." The scene of the crime was in Backchurch-lane, Whitechapel. The body of the unfortunate victim presented a sickening spectacle, the arms and head being severed from the body and the abdomen gashed in a frightful manner. The mutilation in this instance has not been excelled by any of the former atrocities. The details of the surrounding circumstances are analogous to those of the other Whitechapel murders. Medical evidence shows that the body was medically dissected. The victim appears to be a woman of the unfortunate class, about 30 years of age. The murderer has not been detected np to the present. £10 match Wednesday evening.-ADV. w Wanted ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT for a station. Apply to HENRY MAURICE. w ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. FIRTH, Woodside Cottage, Ulmarra. w ANTED, a few CANE CUTTERS, at Dyraaba Mill M'AULAY AND M...

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

DEATHS. BARKER.-At his residence, Ramornie, September 2nd, after a short but painful illness of apoplexy, GEORGE, the beloved husband of Mary Ann Barker, in the 51st year of his age. Leaving a sorrowing widow and six children to mourn their losa. It is hard to part with you dear father, But God's will must be done, And that we know we must consent, To lose you from our home. We must not let our courage fail. But we must live in hopes, Of meeting you in Heaven above, When the Day of Judgement comes. MURRAY.-On the 5th instant, at his residence, Irene-street. Grafton, ABCHIBALD MURRAY, a native of Langholm, Scotland, aged 66 years, leaving a widow and large circle of friends to mourn their loss.

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Political and Social Letter. [From our Special Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Political and Social Letter. IProra oar Special Correspondent.! j SUCCESSFUL beyond expectation was the de*on -stration that wa3 held in the Domain on SatAràay afternoon to raise funds for the relief of th« dock labourers in London. The weather was charming, and the attendance enormous. The best speeches were those delivered by Mr. G. H. REIÛ and Mr. DILLON, the Irish Delegate. I do not know a better stage orator than Mr. Eeid ; in fact, speak- ing to a crowd is his forte. It gives him an oppor- tunity to fire off a number of jokes, and these I always tell with a mixed assemblage. When Mr. i Dibbs was speaking, a person in tine crowd inter- jected that he (Mr. Dibbs) had asserted some time ago that he would make the working classes eat grass. To which the leader of the Opposition promptly replied amidst cheers ; " You are a liar." Aa an object of slanderous attack, Mr. Dibbs prob- ably holds the first position in the community. He may congratulate himself on that fact, for it proves...

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Free Selections at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Free Selections at Grafton. JAKES MASSEY, Coaldale, Fernglen, 80 acres, county Clarence, parish of Coaldale, commencing at the north-east corner of portion No. ll on Lankey's Creek ; thence west ; thence north about 13 chains; thence east to the creek referred to; thence along that creek to point of commencement. Deposit paid, £8. Robert Taylor Hunter, Coffs Harbour, 97 acres, county Fitzroy, parish of Comlaroi, being measured portion 47 of 48 acres and 48 of 49 acres, and form- ing part of special area 3285. Deposit paid, £14 11s. William A. Manning, 90 Pitt-street, Sydney, 160 acres, county Fitzroy, parish of Moonee, commenc- ing at the south-westmost corner of portion 22, on the main road from South Grafton to Fernmount ; and bounded thence by that road running north- westerly about 70 chains ; thence north to portion 85, parish of Orara ; thence east to Bucca Bucca Creek ; thence along that creek southerly to portion 22 aforesaid; thence along the north and western boundaries of...

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The Richmond. SEPTEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

The. Richmond. SEPTEMBER 14. THE SUGAB.-M'Kinnon's, Meston and King's, and Blanch and Paterson's mills commenced crashing this week, but through low density Mr. M'Pherson, at Swan Bay. suspended operations for a fortnight. Some of the above have large areas of cane to put through. THE BYBON BAY SCHEME.-Mr. Ewing's letter .has been re-publi?b.ed in some of the local papers, I and much comment made thereon. His action re I Byron Bay has not met with general approval either here or on the Tweed. The leading progress association on the latter river carried a resolution to the effect that steps be taken to protest against money being expende J upon Byron Bay until such time as the works at. the entrances to the Rich- mond, Brunswick, and Tweed rivers have beerr undertaken ; and that the Murwillumbah Associa- tion be requested to co-operate in the movement. A crane and chair are required to land passengers at the Bay in anything like rough weather, and the proposal to throw away such a la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

Special Advertisements. H. PALING AND CO., LIMITED, (Established 1S53). The leading and cheapest house foi Pianos, Organa and Music, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. £3"AGENCY AT MB. HENRY JORDAN'S, Criterion. Hall, Grafton, where every information may be obtained and sam- ples seen. Illustrated catalogues and price lists on application. THE SYDNEY MAIL of 21st September will contain photo, of SEARLE, his birthplace, views of Grafton, ko., with corresponding letter- press. Price Cd, post free. Orders now being booked. Mrs. LEACH'S Family and Children's Dress- maker, div. 34-three cut out paper patterns, &c. ls Cd by post. _G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Grafton.

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Railway and Harbor League. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

Railway and Harbor League. AT a special meeting of the Executive Committre- T held yesterday, there were present-Messrs. See, ?'. Waterhouse, T, and C. Page,Bawdon,Davies, Maurice, M'Kittrick, Rothschild, Lipman, and Munro. It was reported that arrangements had been made, for the circulation of npwards of 8000 copies of Mr. Bawden's address on "Northern National Works." . ? Letters were read from the Corinda and Woo« goolga Progress Acsociation, thanking the League for its action respecting¡Wolgoolga jetty. A letter was read from Mr. John See, M.P., enclosing copy of letter forwarded to the Minister for Works, by himself and the Member for tho Clarence, as given below, to which no reply had yet been received. They had, however, been in- formed that the reason of more vigour being infused into the works at the Riohmond River entrance has bren because it was, nearly closed up, and that the plant removed from the Clarence Beads to the Richmond consisted merely of a few old rails, - . '...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

M£XEOROX.OCrjTCAI,. Rainfall np to Thermometer Fahrenheit 9 a.m. Maximum. Minimum. inches. Sept. 10. <«. C6- - 11. 89- 50- -03 12. 72" 55- -31 13 . 80- 54" - 14 . 79* 56- - 15. 7S- 54- - 1G. 80- 57- - Mean average. 817 57" '37 NOTE.-A3 the register is taken at 9 a.m. every day, the above applies to the previous 21 hours.

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The Cangi Gold Field. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

The Oangi Gold Field. Mr. W. 0AMI»B6LL, who has jost visited Cangi, jfi( gives very encouraging reporta of the field. Tho V Sir Walter Scott reef (which was held by a Grafton party some years ago, and who espended a gool deal of money on it) ÍB now being re-opened by a. party from Fairfield, who have put down a shaft 23 feet, and are getting ont very good gold-bearing; stone. . On this aroa there are 37 acres, besides tho, Prospectors' area ; and we notice that a six-acre-* lease is applied for, On the John Bull, Bituate at Congi proper, Kart, West and party are taking out good gold from a 70- . feet tunnel. Our informant holds a high opinion of the country, which is slate formation, and allu- vial gold is to be found there pretty freely, He believes it to be one of the best fields in these dis- tricts. From the Prospectors' olaim the river is but a stone's throw, and a capital site for battery could be obtained. The field is accessible by a good dray track, the best route being ria...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, 17TH SEPTEMBER, 1889. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

THE Clarence and Kichmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MOEKIÎÎG, 17TH SEPTEMBER, 1SS9. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. THE subject of establishing a Department of Agriculture is again cropping up. In England I such a Department has been established, presided over by a Cabinet Minister, so important is it considered in the interests of the agricultural industry. In other countries, and also in many of our sister colonies, the agricultural industry has come very properly to be looked upon as one of the most important, if not the most important, of all industries. In those countries and colonies that are most successful in agricultural pursuits, we believe it will be found that a mere branch department has not proved sufficient, but that it has been necessary to place at the head of the Department a Minister having special qualifica- tions for the work, and a permanent staff, not of red-tape officials, but of men of progressive ideas, not only in touch with the agricultural indust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

Fact and Rumour. The Whiteley, of Melbourne, has been burned out. Galvanised iron, Gospel Oak brand, has advanced 10s. Mr. Christie Murray doesn't think much of Syd- ney girls. Australian tin remains at £91 to £91 10s. per ton in London, Annual meeting of South Grafton Jockey Club this evening. - A cat exhibition will be one of the novelties at the Flower Show. Gold-mining lea3e dcclar'i void-A. Nichol ^n and another, Nana Creek. The ship Loch Garry is repor^ i to be overdue at Melt ourne from Glasgow. The dock labourers receive 5d an hour till November ; 6d afterwards. Complimentary benefit to Mr.F. H, Hutchinson at the rink to-morrow evening. A petition in circulation for signature, to estab- lish ferry at Mountain View. Reserve Birle Club numbers over 40 members. Musketry practice this week. Probate ordered to be issued to the will of the late David Brown, for £1030. The recent freetrade speeches are to bejcirculatsd in hundreds of thousands of copies. I A rich gold reef has, it ...

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PROTECTION"TO OUR RIVER BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

PROTECTION"TO OUR UIVER BANKS. TaÀ'i the Government is open to the charge that it j does ti ait these districts with studied neglect in respect to Harbour improvements and Railway construction, is no doubt perfectly proved. But it is not only in respect to those matters that such a charge w ill justly lie. There are many other ques- tions upon which, in comparison with other dis- tricts nearer to Sydney, these districts are grossly and apparently wilfully neglected, and public demanda disregarded. We may select one instance ont of many-an instance for which we hare a comparison at hand. Immediately after the flood of 1887, daring which a very large amount of damage was done to the banks of the Clarence River, a petition waa sent to the Government ask- ing for an officer to be cant to report upon the best means of preventing similar damage in future, and that some action should be taken to carry out what- ever recommendation might be made to that end. Nothing came of that application...

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THE ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 17 September 1889

J THE BOYAL NAVAL BESEBVE. I ADMIRAL FAIRFAX has left ns. Both himself and wife were great favourites: in Sydney, and they deserved ti be, for they were very pleasant people. He was a thorough gentleman, and she a thorough lady. Before he left a few busy bodies waited on him to request him to use his influence with the Admiralty authorities to establish a branoh of the Royal Naval Reserve in Sydney. These bney bodies tried to get their petition largely and influentially signed, bat they did not succeed. The people here want no more Imperialism in the colony, and they are not willing to see the forces under Imperial control increased. We have our own Naval Brigade, and by joining that body any man who wants to bs trained for sea fighting can get what he desires. But the toadies who intn /iewed Admiral Fairfax will not join the brigade. Not they : it is too Colonial, you know. The tendency here is t3 culti- vate more and more the spirit of self-reliance, and I am glad that such is the...

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