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MB. WALTER EDMUNDS ON FREE-TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

MB. WALTER EDMUNDS ON FREE-TRADE MB. EDMUNDS, M.L.A., in bia address on " Pro- tected and Unprotected Labour " was rather severe on some of those who took part in the recent Free Trade Conference'. He condemned the introduction of the religious element scare into politics, especially into the fiscal question. He ridiculed the kind of Free-trade that shielded its discussions behind the truncheons of policemen, and the fists of hired bullies. Amongst the amusing features of the protected Free-trade meeting, which Mr. EDMUNDS designated a " political show," he instanced that taken up by the COLONIAL TBEASUBER " who told them calmly that the Protectionist agitation was an upheaval.of the lower strata of society." " From what prodigious altitude," aBked Mr. EDMUNDS, could Mr. M'Millan look down upon Protection- ists? Was it because he had shaken hands with the. Prince of Wales and drank mock-turtle-soup with the Lord Mayor of London." Without being at all desirous of making a personal re...

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A FISHING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

A FISIIIKG STORY. THE followers of old ISAAK WALTON are not fe always disciples of the great angler. They do not Y always keep within the bounds beyond which exaggeration-to use a mild term-comes in. We have heard, even from some of our local piscatori ally disposed, statements of wonderful experience and extraordinary catohes, as well as numerous amusing stories, connected with fishing expedi tions. From the drift net experience with the , aged devotee and the essays of the novice in the art, atthedrammouthdowntothatwriggling eel, which, rather than be put into the bag, preferred encircling the neck of the bag-holder-with' its smooth, and slimy tail. All past fishing stories, however, are fairly well equalled by the following, which we clip from the Home JVeivs :-"The New York Even- ing World recently offered a prize for the best fish story, and Mr. J. L. Gunckel, of Toledo, Ohio, won the prize with this yarn : I was in a boat off Edge- water on Ten Mile Creek, a tributary to Lake ...

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

Sires of tiie Season. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT MACLEAN, the Pure-bred IMPORTED CLEVE LAND Stallion Alfi AZ EMJEJST (late Surprise.) AMAZEMENT (093) is a beautiful bay with black points, stands over 16 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 Kloster George, 203 Kg dam by Hosberry, 259 ggg dam by Forrester, 168 g sire Prince Frederick, 234 gg sire Emperor, 5G2 ggg sire Salesman, 273 - Kggg aire Salesman, 271 SESEE sire Drover, 91, winner of four first prizes gggggg sire ropsman,321 ggggggg sire tuck's All, 178 gggggggg sire Ploughboy, 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.7s. First-class paddocks provided and every care "-taken of mares ; but no responsibi...

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

John See « Co.'e Shipping Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. The s.s. Australian, Captain R. Affleck, for Sydney every WEDNESDAY MORN- ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton every SATURDAY KNIGHT, at 9 o'clock. The 8.8. Helen Hlcoll, Captain R. A. Fraser, for Sydney every SATURDAY MORNING r at 7.30 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every TUESDAY NIGHT, at 9 o¿clock. FARES-Saloon, single ... £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, lat Joly, OUR DROGHERS WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS. Perseverance. .J10NDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's Idand, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. 1 "WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Iluka and Yamba if necessary) : returning Friday. Lottie. ^.MONDAY-To Ramornie and Copmanhurst : re- turning Tuesday. WEDNE8DAY-To South Arm and Coldstream returning Thursday. ^FRIDAY-Carr's Creek, &c. lorna* MONDAY-To Coldstream...

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Echaes and Opinions. MR. SMILES BOOK "SELF HELP." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Echaos and Opinions. MR. SMILES' BOOK " SELF HELP." IT ia Buggeated. by a contemporary that those perennial bore3 who'are perpetually deluging the daily Press with their feeble impressions concern- ing Protection and Free-trade, should leave off writing letters to the Editor, and betake themselves to the diligent perusal of a little volume called 41 Self Help," written by Hr. SMILES. Their habit Í3 to deal in rhetoric rather, than inlogic. They attribute to Free-trade all the prosperity which England has enjoyed under it, leaving aside altogether those advantages which England has derived from the increased facilities of communi- cation, an event dating almost contemporaneously with the spread in England of the Free-trade policy. To facilities of communication, mecha- nical invention, and other instruments of material progress must be ascribed not only very much of the prosperity of England, but we might even go so far as to suggest even the existence of Free trade itself in that co...

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life in a London Dock-yard. WRITTEN FOR THE C. AND R. EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

life in a London Dock-yard. lBy Wanderer]. "WRITTEN FOU THE C. AND Ii. EXAMINER. ! TUE strike amongst the London dock-yard laborers I has directed the attention of the whole maritime ! world to the treatment and wagcB doled out by a I miserly and grasping clique ol dock-masters to their humble employes. True the class which forms the London dock-yarders are of the very lowest order, socially speaking-men who for tho most part have never seen tho insido of a church, save when they muster, thousands Btrong, for a mass meeting visit to St. Poul's Cathedral, to force the attention of those in authority to their wrongs, and in a small way to demand the rights of mankind to exist. The life they lead cannot bo called living ; it is simply existing, and that only, meta- phorically speaking, by the " skin of their teeth." Fivepenco per hour was tho wage paid, but that would keep them fat as butter if (nb, that little if, what a difference it makes when thus interjected?) if they could work t...

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To-morrow's Racing. Latest Batting and Tips. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

To-morrow's Racing. Latest Betting- and Tips. SYDNEY, FKIDAY.-There is a prospect of bad weather for to-morrow,'and it is threatening. The ground, owing to late raia, is heavy, but the racing should be good to-morrow. In all there are six events.. ALBERT may win the Hurdle Bace, and DAKIEL or LITTLE BERNIE the Trial Stakes. The Derby acceptors are Rudolph, Singapore, Merriment, Knight Templar, and Sydney. It should be a great race, and I think SINGAPOBE or MEBBIIIENT will win. The Epsom Handicap is a hard race to pick ; DREADNOUGHT, Clythe, or Loyalist may win. For the Welter Handicap I fancy Minstrel Boy. The Metropolitan acceptors are-Abercorn 9-7, Arsenal 9-2, Manton 9st, Keith 8-2, Ben Bolt 8-4, Wycombe 7-10, Leichhardt 7-4, Monte Christo 6 12. Honeydew 7-10, Lyndhurst 7-8, West Lynne 7-4, Kitawa 7-2, Locksley 6-8, Ellerdale 6-6, Bluenose 6-6, Tartar 6-4, The Tyler 6-4, Rosicrucian 6st. I think the best three are ABEBCORN, WYCOMBE and ELLERDALE ; as outsiders I fancy Arsenal, Ki...

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

Sporting. As the reported disqualification of Messrs. W. J. Noud and R. E. de B. Lopez has caused Eome interest in these districts, we have endeavoured to get at the full facta of the case, but so far our information is not quite complete. In the first place, the name of W. J. Noud appears in the ÜBt of registered trainers issued by the A.J.O. on the 12th August last. The reported disqualification is said to have been in consequence of something connected with the running of Marvel at the Rosehill meeting in February last. On reference to the Sydney Mail we find that in its issue of the üth February there is a report of a meeting at Rosehill on 2nd February. Amongst the entries for the Nursery Handicap are W. J. Noud ns br c Marvel, 2yrs, 8st ; and W. J. Noud ns blk f Bluette, 2yre, 7st Tibs. In the general remarks on the racing it is stated : " A large field was saddled for the Nursery Handicap, and what would have been a good race was spoiled by the starter sending his horses away...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

I Letters to the Editor. THE Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions txpreaaed by correspondents. SIB.-What a lot of gush and inane laudation we hear till it nauseates, re the benefit and honour to the country of " our man " holding the proud distinction of champion boat puller of the world. Now, to any person who takes a calm and dispas- sionate view of the consequences and indirect issues arising from this great event, it must be palpable that really the ephemeral glory after all is a mere notoriety so far as the conntry is concerned. The tendencies of the struggle appear to me to encourage the cultivation of mere animal strength, while the nobler powers of the mind are neglected, an evil already too prevalent amongst ns, as the leading men of both the Old and New worlds are not reticent in proclaiming. Then we see cablegrams relating to the leviathan bets made on the contest by notable " sports," a tacit and patent acknowledgment that the affair is simply a huge gam...

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Life Assurance Legislation. TO THE EDITOE OF THE " HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Life Assurance Legislation. I TO THE EDITOE OP THE " HERALD." I SIB.-Your correspondent, Mr. R. Hope Atkinson, deserves credit for the ingenious way in which he has diverted public attention from the point really at. issue, viz., whether foreign life companies are as equally amenable to the law of New South Wales as are local societies. He says they are ; but the recent nonsuit seems to prove that practically they are not. And this new-found zeal for legisla- tion is really refreshing. I do not remember see- ing him present when the Insurance Institute of New South Wales spent so much time,, meeting af ter meeting, in discusing the question, nor when they urged it on the attention of the Government. And he must be well aware that the steps indicated by the Colonial Treasurer have been taken in con- sequence of the institute's action, and were decided upon long before the American officers appeared here in court either a3 plaintiff or defandant. He says it will be pleasing to his off...

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

w _Wanted_ ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT for a station. Apply to HENRY MAURICE. w w ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. _Mrs. BONDFIELD, Prince-street. ANTED, a good COOK. Apply MBS. JAMES LAIRD, Family Hotel, Prince-street. W ANTED, a young Girl as NURSEMAID. Apply to Mrs. CLARKE, Mary-st., Grafton. W w ANTED at once, a strong BOY for farm work. Apply JOHN CARTMILL, _Blaxland's Flat. ANTED, a good MAN COOK. Apply J. WALKER, Steam Ferry Hotel, South Grafton. ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. MES. JOHNSTON, Wesleyan Parsonage, Brushgrove. WANTED, an APPRENTICE to the trade. Apply OTTO FUCHS, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Prince-street, Grafton. ANTED, a NURSE GIRL, about 14, accus- tomed to children. Apply to Mrs. W. K. WATSON, Fuschia Cottage, Lawrence. w w w ANTED, a competent GROOM, to take charge of a Blood Stallion. Apply to C. PAGE, Maud-street ; or to _J. CHISHOLM, Brushgrove. WANTED, six STONE BREAKERS. Also, a MAN to erect a second class culvert. Apply at Millar's Waterholes, Casino road. DAVID PINKERT...

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, THUBSDAY. School of Arts.-lout evening a meeting of members was called for the dual purpose of elect- ing a trustee in place of Mr. T. Lamy resigned, and deciding whether the reading room be thrown open to the members every night, with the exception of Sundays and holidays. There was only a small attendance, On the proposition of Mr. LAMY, seconded by Mr. F. STREET, the Rev. J. Burgess waa unanimously elected as a trustee. The other business drew forth considerable contrariety of opinion, and was only decided by a majority of two. Mr. F. SCHWONBEBO, in moving the motion (that the reading room be thrown open) did not wish it to be thought that he was prompted by any desire to drive the lodges away from the hall [En passent, the closing of tho reading room wa«, decided upon at the request of the various lodges of Oddfellows and Masons, as they required strict privacy.] On the contrary, he would be sorry to Bee them leave, but he thought that the bulk of the su...

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

Indian Cnfc Silver Bangles at H. Harding's, for 2a 6deach, and af reen parcel of Gold Bangles.-ADT, Drapery, ice. fJiHE NOTED DRAPERY HOUSE OF BOSS AND CO. LONDON HOUSE GRAFTON. We have received our NEW SUMMER STOCK OF PRINTS. ZEPHYRS. VEILINGS. BEIGES. PONGEES. SILKS. Embroidered Silk Bordered Robe« Print and Zephyr Robes White, Cream, and Striped Pongee Silks Scroll Figured Pongees and Beiges Black Broché Silk Grenadines Black and Cream Dress Tulle and Net Black and White Check Washing Silks Cream, Striped, and Coloured Broché Cashmeres SUMMER CASHMERES (to which we draw particular attention) in all ' G-NEW SHADES, such as Vieux Rose, Terra Cotta, Serpent, Gobelein, Fawns and Greys. New Trimmings, Novelties in Buttons, and New Zephyr Embroideries, «"TO MATCH ALL DRESS MATERIALS. LADIES' HATS. All the Slew leading* Shapes in Ladies' Straw Hats and Bonnets «9" FOR THIS SEASON, and the newest RIBBONS, F LO WEES, FEATHERS, &C. NEW SUNSHADES. NEW CORSETS. All Plain Drapery such...

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

. Fact and Rumour. j Ex-Bishop Mackaruess dead. I The Queen of Tonga is dead. Kelso has purchased Maroubra for 300 sovs. The Hewitt testimonial fund closed with £150. j Pirst thunderstorm of the season on Thursday. Sir "Wilfred Lawson is recovering from his illness. The effects of the dock strike are only beginning to he seen. Slavin and Smith are to sign articles for a match for £200 An international railway conference is now sitting in A farmers co-operative company has been formed at Bathurst. Gold-mining lease approved : TV. Ehodes and another, 8 acres, Cangi. The trout from Ballarat are now nil out of the ova, and are doing well. The farmers of Taree are crying out for rain. Very little maize planted yet. Gold-mining lease refused: H. Leldheim, 6 acres, Dry Creek, Chambigne. The man who assaulted the Italian Premier turns out to be an insane socialist. A boxing match for £1000 aside has been arranged between Jackson and Smith. Mr. Prank Cotton does not know whether he would siu...

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

Grafton Rowing Club.-A. meeting of the committee was held at the Crown Hotel on Thurs- day evening ; Mr. L. Jacobs in the chair. Some discussion took place as to the desirability of erect- ing a new shed, and it was finally resolved that the Secretary obtain a rough plan of proposed building ; also to communicate with the Secretary of the j Parochial Council, with the view of securing a lease I of a Bite for a shed on the Church land below the Boulevard, it being pointed out that the Club held no security of the present situation. The plans, with probable cost, are to be submitted to the members for consideration. The Treasurer sub- mitted a statement, showing that the Club had a credit balance of £35. It was decided that the first heats of a single-Bcull event, for another trophy presented by Mr. S. Hill, be rowed on Saturday, 26th proximo ; race to be open to all members of the Club, time handicap to be allotted. The final heat is to be rowed on the following Saturday, when a four...

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THU Clarence and Richmond Examiner. (ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, 21ST SEPTEMBER, 1889 AUTHORISED LINES OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

THU Clarence and Richmond Examiner. ( ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATUBDAT MOBNING-, 21ST SEPXEMBEB, 1889 A UTIWSISED LINES OF RAILWAYS. THE disouBBion anent Railways which ensued on Mr. RYRIE'S motion for adjournment, presenta some interesting phases. The discussion, origina- ting in the refusal of the MINISTER FOB WORKS to submit the Tarago to Braidwood railway to the Public Works Committee, took an all-round refer- ence to railways in general and particular. Mr. RYBIE'S chief complaint appeared to be against the COMMISSIONERS for not finding the prospects of sufficient traffic to justify the construction of the line. In this reference Slr. RYRIE, like many others, appeared to be somewhat confused as to what really are the duties of the Commissioners. They, in reporting, have nothing to do with the practicability of tile route from an engineering point of view. It may be quite true that the CHIEF COMMISSIONER may be wanting in certain kinds of colonial experience, denominated practical kno...

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EVIDENCE BEFORE THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

EVIDENCE BEFORE THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. MB. HAJIAND'S evidence and statements, whether they can be maintained or not, is creating quite a flutter amongst the Civil Engineers. More than that, the action of the Public Works Committee upon that gentleman's evidence has opened up very broad and difficult questions as to the power of that Committse to go beyond the proposals pre- pared by the Department and approved by the Government of the day. In this particular instance, the Committee has virtually ordered an exploration for a scheme of construction to be set in competition with the Departmental and Minis- terial scheme. It may be very proper that a thorough investigation should be made into all railway proposals, but we scarcely think that the warmest advocate for investigation of this char- acter, by a joint committee of both Houses of the Legislature, anticipated that the Committee should proceed beyond the lines within which the Ministry of the day were content to be responsib...

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Political and Social Letter. [From our Special Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Political and Social Letter. LFrom our Special Correspondent.J BY the death of the Kev. JOSEPH BARSIER, Sydney has lost one of the most devoted of its clergymen. The deceased was not a brilliant preacher, differing in this respect from his predecessor, the Bev. THOMAS SMITH ; bnt he was a hard worker, a thorough philanthropist.- and an out and out believer in the doctrines which he preached. When he took charge of St. Barnabas', it was thought by many people that he would not be able to keep together the large congregation that the Rev. Thomas Smith had built np. But he succeeded in doing that, and from the time of his appointment until his death his influence iu the parish steadily increased. He was an Evangelist of the old school, and believed in hell as firmly as Mr. VARLEY himself doe3. But unlike Mr. Varley, he did not do the principal part of his work in the pulpit and on the platform; he did it in the homes-many of them extremely wretched-of the people. Sydney eau ill spare s...

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Woogoolga, Corinda, and Moonie Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 21 September 1889

Woogoolga, Corinda, and Moonie Progress Association. A MEETING of the Association was held at Wool- goolga on the 7th instant ; Mr. Geo. Dammerel in the chair. The SECRETARY read a letter from Mr. Road Superintendent Gracie, stating that no funds were available for repairing the school road Corinda, and the beach road Woogoolga.-The Secretary read a letter from the Under-secretary for Lands, stating that the proposal to reserve the Moonie lands from non-residential purchase was under consideration. Mr. KELLY moved, and Mr. C. TAYLOR seconded, the following resolution, which was unanimously agreed to, and ordered to be sent to the Minister through Mr. John See, M.P. :-" That during the late heavy gales, and in consequence of the floods, this district was cut off from communication with the rest of the world, and it is desirable that telegraphic communication should be established along the coast, there being no station available between Grafton and Fernmount, a distance of 90 miles."...

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A.J.C Spring Meeting. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

A. J.C Spring Meeting. ' I I SYDNEY, MOXDAY. THESE races commenced afc Randwick on ?aturday, but tue showery weather interfered with the success of the meeting, and the going was rather heavy. The attendance was only moderate. Results: HURDLE RACE, 2h mile*. Swan ns. Willoughby, 10-11 . Williams 1 Seymour's Eeggar Boy, 11-7.Colley 2 Rouse's Ogre, D C.Ree^e 3 Albert and The Mason, who were favorites at 7 to 2, Ayrshire 4 t> 1, and Essie 10 to 1 aho started. Willoughby woa hard held, after being in front all the way. Time, 5.3. TRIAL STAKES, 1\ miles. J. H. Want's The Tyler, 7 0.Feilder 1 J. Moore ns. Magnus, 8-5.Gough 2 J. Abraham's Little Bernie, 7-12.Gainsforth 3 Colenso, Black Demon, Daniel, The Doge, Kose Branch, and Pretty Kate also ran. Betting : 5 to 4 The Tyler, 4 ti 1 Daniel, 8 to 10 to 1 others. When fairly turned for home The Tyler came away and won easily by two lengths. Time, 1.1CJ. THE DEBBY STAKES, 1J miles. J. White's b c Singapore, 8-10.Huxley 1 J. White's br g Ru...

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