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Grafton Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Grafton Land Court. ON 23rd, 24th. and 25th instant a Land Court will he held at Graf ton, when the following cases will be dealt with : INQUIRY CASES.-Marx Lentfer, John Hoade, Owen C. Mowle, John Brennan, William Reynolds, Michael Shea (cl.), Ellen Shea, Thomas K. Skinner, William J. Hawthorne. Patrick Ryan, William Hay, John Hay, A. J. Flood. TUESDAY, 24TH : Claude H. Crampton (e.p. and cl.), Peter Shea, T. Cartmill, jun., J. MGrath, William Cundy, J. Collett, J; J. Foran, William J. Hutton, T. J. Jarrett, E. R. Pike, W. H. Jarrett, F. W. Wilcox, T. J. Jarrett. SPECIAL PURCHASE.-George Lacy. ISSUE OF CERTIFICATE.-T. M'Intosh, R. D. Cartmill, D. Munro. SUBSTITUTION OP IMPROVEMENTS FOB FENCING. -W. Apsey, J. A. Coghlan, D. Coghlan, A. A. Cow- ling, R. Collins, J. Austin. EXEMPTION FROM FENCING.-J. Cartmill, G. Barden, W.' A. Smith, jun., W. Morrow, J. S. Hayes. EXTENSION OF TIME TO COMPLETE FENCING. G. M. Grebert, Abraham Lunney, F. H. Hayes, H. Coyle, N. Park, H. Austen, J. Cartmi...

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C. and N. C. Farmers' Association [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

C. and N. C. Farmers' Association AT the regular monthly meeting of the Board held on Tuesday, the Manager's report showed that for cogent reasons there was a falling off in the shipments of maize from the Clarence during August. The consignments received by the Asso- ciation from all sources for the month were-7000 baga maize, 70 bales lucerne hay, 133 pigs and calves, 35,690 feet timber, 13 oases eggs, 6 kegs butter and sundries. The Manager stated that he had accepted an invitation to address a meeting of farmers and others at Tumut this afternoon, and explain the working of the Association, and was hopeful of establishing a branch of the Association business at that place. The Board approved of this action, and conferred discretionary power on the Manager to make full arrangements. Nego- tiations were also pending of opening np a trade with Byron Bay, to which place a steamer is at present running regularly. Some small accounts were passed for payment, and 50 new shares were all...

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OLIVER CROMWELL'S CELEBRATED SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

OLIVER CROMWELL'S CELEBRATED SPEECH. AK Australian journal has been rahing up from the reborda of the past an extract from the celebrated speech, delivered by OLIVES CROMWELL, on dis- solving the Long Parliament, in August, 1653 ; and by way of interesting its readers, suggests that the ghost of Oliver might be summoned and asked to address, similar words to a certain Australian House of Commons- - " It is high time forme to put an end to your sitting in this place, which you have dishonoured by your Contempt of all virtue, and defiled by your practice of every vice. Te are a factious crew, the enemies of all good government. Te are a pack of mercenary'wretches, and would, like Esau, sell your country for arness of pottage ; and, like Judas, betray your God for a few pieces of money. Is there a single virtue now remaining among you? Is there one vice you do not possess ! Ye have no more religion than any horse. Gold is your God. Which of-you have not bartered away your con- science ...

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Skating Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Skating Amusements. THERE was a good attendance ot the public at the compli- mentary benefit tendered by the patrons of the rink to the manager, Mr. F. H. Hutchinson, on Wednesday evening. The s.s. Pacific brought np a contingent of visitors from Ulmarra, a number of whom competed in the racing. There were a large number of acceptors for the handicap event, nearly the whole of whom came to the scratch. By a little more promptitude than usual the 16 events necessary to decide the winner were got through during the evening, notwithstanding two intervals of 20 minutes each. The most proficient skaters of the district competed ; but the han- dicaps appeared to be too heavy for those who have hitherto earned a reputation, and the result was that the final heat was between three who were comparatively unknown on the track. Neither of these at the commencement was regarded as a probable winner, and those tipped were all out of it before the final was reached. The trio, however, Bkated well...

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WEDNESDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

IN the Legislative Council, the Payment of Mem- bers' Bill third reading was adopted by ll) to 18, and finally passed by 21 to 20. The second reading of the Poet Office Approaches Bill was passed, and the Bill carried through Com- mittee. The Public Works Committee Remuneration Bill was read a second time. In the Assembly, Mr. SYDNEY SMITH, in reply to Mr. COPELAND, said an inspection of the country between Guyra and South Grafton had been made, with the view of obtaining a railway route. The result had been satisfactory, and a trial survey has been ordered. The construction of a railway would be considered after completion of the survey. Sir HENRY PARKES promised to lay on the table the correspondence between Admiral Fairfax and the Government in regard to a Naval Station, A motion by Mr. BARBOUR, to pay Select Committees on private bills two guineas per sitting, caused considerable discussion. The motion being opposed by Government, was negatived by 38 to 47. The Legislative Counc...

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THURSDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

XII mut» AY g siTxxares. IK the Legislative Counoil the Post Office and Public Works Remuneration Bills were passed. A discussion followed on the report from the Select Committee on Lieutenant Hammond, which was adjourned. Mr. W. H. SUTTOR said he had driven a team of bullocks and cattle to market, bot the Legisla- tive Council was the most awkward thing he had ever attempted to drive. The Wollongong Harbour Trust Bill was read a second time, and passed through Committee. In the Assembly, the resignation of Mr. Frank Farnell was accepted. Mr. BRUNKER said 186 men had been dis- charged from the Lands Department, and only four re-instated. The amendments in the Payment of Members Bill was agreed to, and the formal message returned to the Council. The House then went into Committee on the Land Bill, and continued all night, the members accepting some amendments and rejecting others, considerable discussion takiDg place on the 43rd clause. A compromise was proposed by Mr. Brunker, and a...

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Three Black Letter Days. Original Sketch. (WRITTEN FOE THE C. AND R. EXAMINER.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Three Black Letter Days. Original Sketch. (WBITTEN FOE THE C. AND B. EXAMINER.) SIIÏCEI waa foolish enough to leave my father's house and wander into far lands, I have had rough ings not a few. Experience, the beat of teachers, is won only at great cost, and curiosity has to smart severely for its exploring turn of mind. We pine at the humdrum routine of life with which our home-loving sires were more than content, and are all ablaze for an endless revolution of novel, far- away sights and sounds. Like Lord Bateman, of ballad renown, our hearts are set " some foreign countries for to see." The old town or village, where we know everybody and where everybody knows us, we would fain exchange for cities or " corners" where we shall be strangers and pilgrims literally ; our undisputed identity, with the conse- quent goodwill and confidence which follow in its train, are as less than nothing and vanity compared with the prospect of being mistaken for all sorts and conditions of dubious f...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. 2000 more men from the provinces are competing with the dock laborers. Deputy Marshall Nagle, who shot Terry for assaulting Chief Justice Field in California, has been acquitted and released from prison. The French Government is charged with bribing the Press and candidates for the approaching election. The proprietor of the Newmarket Gambling Club, upon which the police maid a raid, has been sentenced to three months. London, Thursday. A NEW ZEALAND LOAN for £2,500,000 is to be j floated in October. j Mr. Haytor, on behalf of the Sydney Govern- ment, has witnessed a trial of a new process for the treatment of sewage. The Rev. Dr. Somerville is dead. Unionists still refuse to work with blacklegs. 10 locomotives have been shipped for Sydney, and 31 more are to follow. The ship County Carnarvon, from Newcastle to Valparaiso, is missing. A convention to suppress slavery in Africa, has been established. Bishop Kennyon protests against the consec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

WEATHBB FORECAST.-The following is Mr. Egeson's weather forecast : Â maximum of rain was predicted for September, and I am of opinion that these rains will fall before the end of this month. Considerable general inland rains are also likely to fall in October. THE BYRON BAY BREAKWATER.-At Ballina a meeting has been convened for the purpose of con cddering the matter of the Byron Bay breakwater. The general opinion is that the Government intend skrslving the bar works after running- out a train- ing wall from Pilot Station Point to Beacon Rocks, or ai most stopping with the north walL TEE AGRICULTURAL (SOCIETY'S SHOW.-The opening of the above was considerably interfered with by the drenching rain that fell. The official catalogue, so far as it has been finished, gives the entries and exhibits as followB :-Horses : Blood, coaching, trotting, roadster stallions, 50 ; draught «pliions, 20 ; mares, 28 ¡ other horses, including ams, harness horses, hackneys, cobs, chargers, ponies, trotti...

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Reserved from Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Reserved from Sale. LAST Friday's Gazette contains a number of pro- clamations of reservations of land between Armi- dale and Orara Eiver, pending determination of railway. The following are in this district 4500 acres within the leasehold area of Guy Fawkes holding, commencing at the intersection of Guy Fawkes Eiver, with the Eastern boundary of Tillage Reserve 378, and bounded by that reserve and the river named ; also by J. Cavanagh's pre lease 2256, by portions 9 and 21, parish Lookout, the boundary line between counties Clarke and Fitzroy, and by Billy's Point Creek. 7C0 acres, commencing at the north-west corner of portion 2, parish Rigney, where'it joins the Guy Fawkes River, and bounding the Graf ton-Armidale road and reserve 663. 671 acres, being measured portions 3S, 42 and 45, parish of Ryanda, on the exploration survey Guyra to Grafton. 120 acres, parish Ryanda, adjoining portions 40, 42,101,104, and travelling stock reserve 375. 20,000 acres, parishes Ernani, Allan's Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Granta from the Prospecting Vote. Mr. P. Marcelino has favoured us with a copy of a letter received from Mr. Slee, one of the members of the Prospecting Board that recently visited the Clarence, stating, in reply to an application for aid to develop mining, that until the Appropriation Act is passed (which he anticipates will be in about a fortnight) nothing can be done in the way requested. Money for such purposes is at present not available. The Hewitt Testimonial Fund-At a meeting of the General Committee, the Treasurer reported receipts £149 16s 6d. and £614s 6d to come in. Accounts for printing and advertising amounted to £613s Gd. It was resolved that an address and £150 be presented to Mr. Hewitt, on a date to be named. The Secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Hewitt, to ascertain what date would be suit- able for him to be in Grafton to receive the presen- tation. The address will be ready shortly for signature by members of General Committee. Professional Skating.-A tre...

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PARLIAMENT. BY TELEGRAM. TUESDAY'S SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

PARLIAMENT. BY TEIÍEGBAM. IN the Legislative Council the second reading of the Payment of Members Bill waa passed by 20 votes to 18. The Bill passed through Committee with slight amendment, made merely to clearly carry ont the intention that the allowance shall eommence after the date of the passing of the Bill. The Treasury Bills Deficiency Bill, the Sydney Water Supply (Partial Duplication) Bill, and the Women's College University Endowment Bill were passed. In the Assembly, Sir HENRY PARKES, in answer to Mr. Martin, said the question of estab- lishing a travelling dairy in connection with the proposed Agricultural College, had not been con- sidered, but it should have consideration. The following motion was taken as formal, and agreed to :-By Mr. EWING : " That there be laid upon the table of the House copies of all papers, &c, in connection with Wooroowoolgen Run exchange." Mr. O'CONNOB, in reply to Mr. Crick, without notice, said he had taken steps to prevent a person c...

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Cricket Match. BRUSHGROVE V. SWAN CBEEK.-The above teams met on the ground of the former on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the local men by 19 runs. For Swan Creek, A.Connor 15, and F. Paine 8 were the principal scorers, and for Brushgrove Sweetman 13 (n.o.), Burling 22, and Spry 8 played well. Want and Bates trundled well for the losers, Sweetman and S. Davis did like service for the winning side. BRUSHGROVE-S. Davis 4, Spry 8, J. Wallwork 2, Sweetman (n.o.) 13, Burling 22, J. Connor 1, A.. Wallwork, Sweeney, T. Davis, M. Davis and Daley nil, sundries 8 ; total, 58. SWAN CREEK-F. Paine 8, Bates4, A.Connor 15, Want 1, G. UTFarlane 6, W. Paine, Apps, Watkins, Jurd and Jerred (n.o.) nil, sundries 5 ; total, 39. In the past year there were 1266 deaths by vio- lence in Kew York including accidents.

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Railway Construction in N.S. Wales. No Railway Project to be Reported on this Session. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Railway Construction in fl. S. Wales. No Railway Project to be Reported on this Session. QUITE a new light apparently has been cast npon Bailway construction in New Somth Wale3 by the evidence given before the Public Works Committee respecting the Goulburn-Crookwell Railway by Mr. A. J. Hamand, GE. This gentleman's evidence, it is said, quite staggered the Committee, and elicited from the Chairman (Mr. J. P. Abbott) the opinion that he .' was a far better witness than any they had heard from the Public Works Department, for he could at least give practical reasons for his opinions." Mr. Hamand is a gentleman visiting the colony for his health. He has had long and varied experience as an engineer, with large prac- tical knowledge of railway construction in different parts of the world, and had investigated on behalf of financial institutions many railway projects. Mr. Hamand's evidence, and the Committee's action, which followed as reported, are so import- ant and instructive when ta...

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Flower and Poultry Show. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Plower and Poultry Show. THE Executive Committee of the Clarence P. and A. Society, have this year made a departure from the ordinary routine in preparing the schedule for the forthcoming show, to he held next month. While they have eliminated certain classes in the fruit sections that have hitherto not filled well, they have included laundry, cookery, and other domestic work, and a section for cats. They have materially amended what may be termed the section for educational exhibits. The altered schedule should have the effect of indncinga larger entry than heretofore, and consequently the exhi- bition should be more attractive. We are aware that the full benefit from the amendments can hardly be expected to bear full fruit on this occa- sion, seeing they are announced rather late, but their introduction should advantageously affect futnre exhibitions. The Committee have secured the Rink for the Show, and the space afforded by so large a building will enable the management to displ...

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The North Coast Railway. No IV. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

The North Coast Railway. No IV. THE possibility of this country having to defend its shores from hostile invasion, however much it may be ridiculed by some people, is a matter which Bhould not be lost sight of in considering the question of the route which this railway should take-because it would be called upon to perform the very important part of conveying troops and war material from the different centres of popula- tion along its course, to the point of attack fixed by the invader. It would thus enable us to do what would be otherwise impossible, i.e., concen- trate the whole of the defensive strength of the eastern portion of the colony at any one point upon the shortest notice, because the interior is certain to be connected by rail with the Coast line at no very distant date after its construction. It would also afford any relieving squadron the chance to land reinforcements and munitions of war at other ports, in the event of a superior force attacking or establishing a blo...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Thursday. A NEW survey of Hobson's Bay is to be made. David Blair, timber merchant, Melbourne, has petitioned the "Victorian Assembly for redress, through Mr. Bomilly, British Commissioner at New Guinea, preventing him catting cedar, by which he lost £6000, and is a prospective sufferer, he alleges, to the extent of £50,000. It was stated in the Queensland Assembly that wooden gags were used at St. Helena penal estab- lishment to prevent prisoners using bad langnage. A bust of Sir John Hay in Larrara marble is about to adorn the Legislative Council Chambers. The horses in one of the mail coaches bolted from Willunga, in South Australia, and Mrs. Bastian, who jumped ont, was killed. Another fire occurred in Collins-street, Mel- bourne, and £3000 worth of damage done. A steam launch has been sent to Deniliquin, from Echuca, to relieve people who were flooded ont. Mr. Frank Farnell, owing to certain legal pro- ceedings taken against him, intends resig...

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Original Lines. BRUMMAGEM BUTTONS. Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Original Lines. 1 BRUMMAGEM BUTTONS. Pope. Sluinberleís devotee of phrase and style Through the long leisure of a lettered life, To whom a perfect verse was more than wife, He passed his masters ere his thirtieth mile. Not his to note barbarian love and guile, Or wilds unchastened by the pruner's knife ; Too poor his pulse" to.march with blooded life, Too fine his brush an Alpinerauge to pile. Cynical son of a falsetto age, It's close-clipped yew, patched belle, and pow- dered beau, Ile cameoed, and on his ivory page Trained envy's microscope no flaw can show. . Shnkspere's the minster vast where Goths engage. . " But Tope's the shrine to which Parisians flow. .'?-'*' Gibbon. To marshal alien facts from the four winds In masses close and glistening as a square, And set them marching to the stately air Of balanced friends ; to weigh the minds ? And deeds bf mighty men of divers kinds, Who sapped an empire rooted past compare Till rude Goth smote lewd Latin to despair None but a Hercu...

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Revocation of Temporary Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Revocation of Temporary Reserves. '""THE following have been revoked by proclamation in the i Gazttie :- _^ ' In Casino district: 40 acres, parish Hogarth, being part ol reserve 127 ; 7 acres, parish Coombell, part o£ reserve 123 : 770 acres, parishes of Bushy and Wyon, part of Village reserve at Busby's Flat ; portion 40 of 50 acres, parish Wyon . Village reserve 3 of 050 acres, within Tabulam lease- hold area ; lo acres, part of reserve 8G16, parish Tabulam ¡ 120 acres,part of reserve 8016, parish Coombell; 40 acres, part of reserve 342, within Tabulam leasehold area¡ 180 acres part of Forest reserve 379; 5 acres, parish Hogarth, part of reserve 591; 140 acrespart of reserve 8618; 640 acres reserve 8619-all in Wooroowoolgan holding; 30 acres part of reserve 5973,120 acres part of reserve 8620, SO acres part of reserve 0621-in Tabulam leasehold area; !7 and 7 acres, parish Tabulam. In lismore land district : 200 acres parish Tunstall, on Goolmangar Creek*. 135 acres, same parish, o...

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Glen Innes. SEPTEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Glen Innes. SKPTEMBEE 18. I Railway tc Inverell.-Oar Member has forwarded a communication received from the Minister for Works, thanking him for certain information tendered concerning the Glen Innes-Inverell railway, and stating that the rep- resentations made will receive due consideration before a final decision is arrived at The Glen Innes-Grafton Coach.-Some of the detractors of the coach service between here and your town, who asserted that it capsized 25 times in a single trip, will discover that such misstatements will eventuate quite differently to what was intended. As such inaccurate assertions are likely to damage the reputations of the service, the proprietors of the coaches have, so' one of our local journal states, taken proceedings to recover damages from the journal or journals that published such state- ments BO utterly devoid of truth. University Examinations.-Nine candidates are this week up for examination, eight of whom are striving for junior honors, and one f...

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