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The Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

The Land Bill. THE 43rd clause in thc Land Bill as amended by the Legislative Council, formed the theme of an animated debate in the Assembly on Friday. The Council proposed to allow compensation for improvements in the central division, and a number of members were np in arms. Mr. Brunker accepted the amendment as a compromise, with the view of facilitating the passage of the bill. Mr. See characterised the non-compensation for im- provements as nothing less than robbery of the men who had put the improvements up. Others contended with much warmth, that the eff et of euch a concession would be to bar selection in that division, inasmuch as the outgoing lessee would charge such an amount for their improvements that mo one would be able to pay. Ultimately the amendment, slightly amended, was parsed on a division by 36 to 25. The Assembly took into con- sideration the new clauses inserted in the Land Bill -by the Legislative Council, the effect of which is to prevent persons making mo...

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Lower Clarence. I MACLEAN, MONDAY. Negligence-It may be remembered tbat about a week ago, one of the sailors engaged on the M. A. Doran (while lying off Martin's Point) received severe injuries to one of his legs, through being drawn into the winch while in motion. Although confined to his bed and suffering acute pain, medi- cal attendance was not sent for until yesterday. On being examined by Dr. Todd, the nnfoitunate man was pronounced to be in a critical condition, and at once removed to the L. C. Hospital, there to undergo, perhaps, amputation-although it is to be hoped that this will not be absolutely necessary and certainly a painful operation. When it is con- sidered that timely and immediate medical atten- tion might have obviated the necessity for this, surely there ought to have been less delay in obtaining it._

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Lawrence. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Lawrence. I MONDAY, j Local School Board.-I believe five gentle« men constitute the Lawrence School Board, and from the published remarks in the Examiner, made by the District Inspector of Public schools (Mr. Lobban) on the occasion of the centennial medals being presented at the Grafton Superior Public school, it apjicara desirable that the gentlemen who form the School Boards throughout the district should visit the various schools periodically within the district of operations of such Boards. Whether the Lawrence School Beard do this or not I am not in a position to say ; bat I do not ever recollect seeing' a.published repo:t of their duties. I am sure the standard of Public schools in and around Lawrence will bear favourable comparison with "those of any other, and no doubt it would be ?encouraging to teachers and scholars alike if reports as indicated were published, at say, quarterly intervals. Mr. Lobban's remarks appeared to me EO pertinent that they must be my reason for re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

The Early Maize.-During this month a large quantity of maize has been Bown, though in I niioa of the back lands the soil has been too wet for planting. The acreage under early crop is not nearly equal to that of last year, whioh wf s, how- ever, exceptionally large. Several farmers c.~o complaining of the attacks of grubs on the yoong plants, and in some instanoes plots required re-, -v,- . ing through the pest. The Weather.-From account te hand it seems that the ha'l last week fell in places te an unusually large size; bntwe have heard of little damage being done by it. On Saturday afternoon a steady rain lasted for some hours, which refreshed vegetation of all kinds. On the same day the fall southwards was heavy, and a stiff gale blew on the coast. The register at Port Mc equarie on Saturday was G inches, while at Kempsey hea\y rain fell.. The record yesterday at Maitland was 94 points, Singleton 10, Manilla 24, Bingera 15, Barraba 48, Yetman 81, Tamworth G, Narrabri 18, Boggabri ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Abstract of Sales by Auction. WEDNESDAY. lîy HAWTHORNE ÍJID SMáLL, at ilia Ecoms, Land in Parishes Southampton and Rushforth. Also, allotmsats in South Grafton. By J. H. MTJNItO (in conjunction with Hawthorne md Sirall, u; the rooms of the latter, at li, Farms on Te Tree Ctek and at Pillar Valley. THURSDAY. Hy IS. MAUKICE, at thc icsidcrxe of Sir. D. Henderson, Maiy-stieet, Household Furniture and E.Trcts ; 2 wheeled ' Trap, Wood Dr-y. JBy JAS. O'KEKEFE, at Tully's Yaids, South Giafton, 20a:d Cattle. « " ÍBy J. H. MCNEO (in conjunction with Hawthorne and Small), at Tully's Yards, South Grafton, li'ied Cattle and Horse Stock. SATURDAY. iS/ T. BAIYDEN:, at the Rooms, Household Furniture and Effects Hi IfAV.'TEORN'E A.\p EMAIL, z.1 Tully'; Yardä, South Grafton, Mised Cattle. Gunpowder Licenses.-lins being the mouth to renew all licenses fcaued under the Gunpowder Act, vendors and persons s^jzirg esplosives are reminded that they are liable t: heavy penaltis should they not held the req...

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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Mining. Warden's Court.-Yesterday, before tho District Warden. Suspension of work for six monthB was granted to Middleton and party for lease 118, Dalmorton, situate at Cherry Tree Creek, Mann River, on the ground of want of funds. Applicants had expend' i £300 during the 18 months they had work'd the mine without result. Suspen- sion of work for three monthB was granted to Samuel See and party for a mineral prospecting ^ area for coal, consisting of 610 acres, situate at - «| Mylne's Gap, Coaldale, on the ground that appli- ' cants required practical and analytical tests of the measures to a. -.ertain their commercial value. £400 had been expended on the mine by applicants, who had employed from 8 ti 12 men in working the ground. From Faiifield a cake of gold from Wann's claim, (floated by Mr. Bizant for £(¡0,000) was last weV. despa'-jhed to Tenterfield.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Special Advertisements. II. PALING AND CO., LIMITED, The leading and cheapest house for Pianoä, Organs and Music, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. CVTAGENCY AT Mx. HENRY JORDAN S, ! Criterion Hall, Grafton, where every information may be obtained and sam- ples seen. Illustrated catalogues and price lists on application. ELDON'S MACRAME LACE, i)d by post. Sylvia's Macramé Lace, ls 4d by post. DOROTHY LANCERS and nine other Dance pieces, in book-ls Cd by po3t. " Drink, puppy, drink,'.' " John Peel," and eight Hunting songs (in book)-ls Gd by post. "I couldn't," "Last 'bus," and 14 other Comic Eongs (in book)-ls Gd by post. New DANCE ANNUALS, 1889-90. G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Grafton.

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The Cronin Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

The Cronin Tragedy. J I OSE of our morning contamporcries, tho Baily Telegraph, has a sensational atery thia morning about tho efforts of the police to capturo a person . alleged te be implicated in tho Cronin murder, and tho successful efforts of the mau to elude capture. Now let us (Australian Star) give thc explana- tion. The explanation was supplied by tho police. Interviewed by a filar reporter, the InBpector General said that tho whole story as narrated by our enterprising contemporary was purely imngin i ry. No intimation beforehand had been received that any person implicated in any way with the Cronin tragedy was on board, and, therefore, no look-out of any kind was kept for Buch a person. Some time ago the police authorities received word that a certain person was expeated by tho Mariposa, and two detectives went down to wateh for tho orrival of the vessel. They remained there for some time, until they became perfectly satisfied that the individual they wanted was not ther...

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Grafton Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Grafton Land Court. A LAND COUitT was c unmcnccd yesterday, before? Messrs. T. Trollope (chairman) and T. Pago, J.P. The following cases were dealt with : "William Hay, 52 acres, Bardsley, application to> substitute othor improvements in lieu of fencing. Refused, time having expired in whicli application, should be made. John Hay, -10 acres, Bardsley, similar application. Refused on same grounds. Pat.ick Ryan, 100 acres, Koukandowie. Upheld conditions fulfilled. Mr. MGuren for applicant. "William Reynolds, 12G acres, Bardsley. Thc Board found that thc conditions have not been fulfilled, and the e.p. must be forfeited. Thc Board granted applicant a certificate of abandon ment, as he had been compe'led, through adverse ci-cumstancco, to abandon his op. William Joseph Hawthorne, 320 acres, Rushforth. Condition of fencing regarded as complete. Thomas K. Skinner, 40 acres, Wombah. Exten- sion of time to complete fencing refusai, not mado within prescrilid period. Ellen Shea, 70 a ores...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, 24TH SEPTEMBER, 1889. POLITICAL HUMBUGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. ¡ ESTABLISHED 1S59.] TUESDAY MOENLX/G, 24TH SEPTEMBEE, 1889. POLITICAL HUM ll Uff GING. THAT Wednesday night has come and gone, and still the promised unrolling of the second batch has not taken place. That promise baa followed many which have preaeded it, into the limbo of Ministerial tergiversation and political thimble rigging. The whole business is made up of sheer humbug, having for its chief aim retention of office and salary. The satisfying of public demands and thc aiding in the promotion of the prosperity of the country, are the last things considered. !l Winn, will it end ?" is the question not so easily answered, while public opinion is turned of the scent by the introduction of political catjh words and cries that have no relation to honest and pure government in a Democratic country. The Payment of Members Bill having pr.ssed the Upper House, the chief object and aim of many of the so-called representatives of the people in this precu...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Shipping. ARRIVALS FKOII SYDNEY. Sep. 23.-CITY w GRAFTON, SÏ5 tons, Captain Masse. Passengers-Mis. SS. Maur : Misses Cuinrmngs, Abbey ; MesErs. II. St. Maur, V. G. Tanning. T. Flitcruft, Cunningham, W. K. Chapman, W. H. Soul, W. H. Jarrett, J. Pickup, E. Waters; and 7 in the steerage. Left Sydney st 0 p.m. on Saturday, crossed the bar at S. 15 a.m. on Monday, andarrivedin Grafton at 2.15 p.m. same day. C. Ii. and M. E. S. N. Co., ngenks. Sep. 23.-AUSTRALIAN Str., 400 tonB. Cty.'.xn ¿laeck. Passengers-Miss Coding : Me-srs. W. G. Miles, E. Withers, W. Wild. F. Turnbull, S. H. Garratt ¡ and 3 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 9 p.m. on Saturday.crosscd the bavon Monday morning, and arrived in Crrfton same duy. Exparienctd heavy N.E. sea and thick rainy weather to Sn-o' y Cire, itoni thence fresh S. winds. John bee and Co., agei s. ¡>ep. 23.-FIONA str., crossed in at 7 a ra. C. S. E. Co., a^tiit;. DEPAETUEES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEGRAPH. September 21-WYRALLAH ctr., 40D lons. Captain Alley:...

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EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

EXrOKTS TO SYDNEY. Sep. ÍS.-CITY Ot' GRATTON": 174 bags maire, 5 bags pumpkins. £83 mats ard 35 bags sugar, 30 cones eggs, 9 coops poultry, S cases fish, 8 pigs, 1 horsa, and sundries. Sep. IS.-AUSTRALIAN: 1150 bags maize, 10Ö0 hides. 4 cedar logs, 150 bags bonedust, 1000 spokes, 0 rcses fish, 125 pigs, S coops poultry, 50 cases eggä, 400 bags sugar, 3 casks tallow, and 10 packages sundries. WEATHER ON THE COAST.-Yesterday south-westerly "winds and moderate sea. Raining at Seal Hocks and Nelson's ,Pay. Clarence bar smooth, Iî'ccmond b-r smooth, 1?} feet at high water. . '? Captain Hixson and Commander Lindeman report that the nsw lights are a thorough sac ess, vessels now being enabled to navigate tho river with petfect safety nt night. The schooner Coquette left Sydney on Friday for Melbourne »ia Wollongong and Clarence River, in ballast.

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Clarence Railway Construction and Harbour Improvement League. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Clarence Railway Construction. and Harbour Improvement League. t A MEETING of the Committee was held yesterday. Present-Messrs. Bawden (in tho chair), Water- house. Pago, Munro, Rush, Maurice, Lipman, M'Kittrick, Rothschild, C. Page and Davies. The Treasurer reported reoeipts since Inst meet- ing, £7 15s ; payments made £1 7s lld. An account for £10, for printing and circulating copies of the ad lress delivered by Mr. Bawden, was passed for payment. The Secretary reported that S100 copies of tho address had been circulated throughout tho North- ern district and to members of both Houses of Parliament. A letter was read from Mr. J. G. O'Ryan, acknow- ledging receipt of lotter of thank«, and intimating that it was likely that he would continue hts lotter in support of the claims of theso districts to the authorised Hms, in the Sydney Press. A letter was read from Mr. Lowcnthal, forward- ing statement of goods shipped inland from Law- rence for twelve months by the C. R. and M. R. S.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Pact and Rumour. Ulmarra band re-organiäcd. The Calliope sails early next month for England. St wenson challenges to row either Neil on or M'Lean. Victorias sympathy with the London strikers £20,010. Of the English Bench of Birhops 12 are pl'dged abstainers. Four sons of the King of Siam rre being educa* 1 in Eügland. Payment of Members Bill has been assented t> by the Governor. After many years' neglect the English now begin to appreciate tomatoes. During the last SO years S,000,000 people have died of phthisis in France. Bricklayers on strike in Melbourne are being supplanted by fresh hands. Senior Sergeant Wells is appointed acting C.F.S. at Wardell, vice Edwards, transferred. The total number of bodies registered as buried in cemeteries used in London is 1,27G,875. There are no fewer than 151,000 Jews in Warsaw, the whole population of which is but 440,000. There is a movement on foot in New York to es^blish a direct Bteam service with Australia. A terrible landslip has occur...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Letters to the Editor. TUE Editor does not hold himself responsible for opiniori expressed by correspondents. Sra.-Will you kindly publish the following schedule, showing the manner in which I pressed on the Minister for Works the desirability of expending the £10,000 I applied for as a special grant for the roads of the Upper Orara : Main Fernmount-Grafton road, within the Gräften electerats (4S miles).£5000 Road from Sharpe's through special aresn to Coffs Harbour (15 miles) . 2500 Up Tallawaggah Creek, from Glenreagh main road (5 miles). 500 West Branch to Coff's Harbour road (S miles) 1000 Glenreagh to Jones', False Tableland (1G miles) . 250 Jones' to Little Plain, on main Orara-Coff's Harbour road (9 miles). 250 Coramba to Bucca Creek (7 miles) . 100 For unspecified works. 100 Total-miles, 10S ; amount..... £10,000 Mr. Bruce Smith met the request in a very generous &pirit, and I have every terzzn ti believe that if the report of the lt 2al officer is favourable, the re...

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INCREASED DUTY ON GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

INCREASED DUTY ON GRAIN. THE increased Cusfoms daty of over ls Sd per bushel upon grain (excepting wheat) passed by the Victorian Assembly will, in the opinion of many persons, seriously äffest New Couth Wales maize producers : not EO much by prohibiting the export of maize from this colony t ) Victoria, for that export even now is virtually infinitessimal in com- parison with the quantity consumed in the colony. The fear is that through the Victorian market being closed to the oats and maize growers of New Zealand, Natal, California, and the Pacific Islands, that the surplus of those places will be cast into the lap of New South Wales, to the extinguish- ment of the local producer. This may be very true EO long as the kcal market is sufficiently high to warrant importation from thoss places. Possi- bly, one of the first results of the increased duty in the sister colony will be to raise, to some ex^nt, the price of horse feed in this colony, for until Victoria produces sufficient o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

STORE CATTLE.-Over 200 head very fine Dur- ham cattle will bs in Tully's yard, South Grafton, for sale on Thursday next, at ll o'clock. Attend ADV.

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DEPOSITIONS IN MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

DEPOSITIONS IN .MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRIES. THE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE OFFICES and the P.M. at Lismore, have had a little cross-firing-. Without eut;rug in'' > the merits or causes for unseemly altercation in court, we may say that the P.M. might have Or^n more comieous than he is reported to have been to an. official doing what, no doubt to him, is an unpleasant official duty. That the SCHOOL ATTENDANCE OFFICER should have asked for the d.pjsitic:: t: have b"2n taken, is some proof that the prosecution, and possibly that Department o£ the Government for which he was aoting, considered the depositions essential. Under such circumstances, we are disposed to think the P.M. was scarcely right ii refusing to have then *'!:en. We say thu too with the full knowl Ige that in many of our courts much valu- able time is wast.d in taking down useless deposi- tions, and with the further knowledge that a Judge of the Supreme Court has recently shown the importance of depositions being taken in Magis i ...

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Echoes and Opinions. AUSTRALIAN NATIONALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

Echoes and Opinions. A {/STRAHAN NATIONALISM. SOME short time bock Sir THOMAS M'ILWBAITH posed as the leader of the Australian National Party. We now find him stranded upon the reef of pure localism ; another evidence of how little reliance ia t J be placid in the utterances of men who stand even in the first rank of Australian politicians. We have in New South Wales more than one example of the readiness with which professions of s. desire to promote national progress and prosperity are dropped in favour of that which ia personal, and has a centralizing tsndency. We scarcely expected that the burly Sir Thoma? would have turned ont to be one of f1iat cia*". Not only co, but to be so thoroughly gone on the question of kial benefit for his constituents as to almost wreck the Ministry of which he was such a prominent member. The trouble was about a railway station for Brisbane, which electorado Sir Thomas repre- sents. The existing station is said to be a very good one, comparing not u...

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THE METROPOLITAN EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 24 September 1889

j THE METROPOLITAN EXHIBITION. THE Herald says, in reference to the Metropolitan Agricultural Exhibition : " The Exhibition, as a whole, is not all that it should be ; but still, it is much better than was expected. The opposition to the Metropolitan Show is now very strong. About 100 country shows, more or less agricultural, have been held this year." And again, referring to Farm Produce : " Taken as a whole, the section under notice is veiy much better than we have noticed it on previous occasions : but it would be well if kindred societies in the country could be induced to give a representative trophy of their local exhi- bits, and that the pareni scciety act liberally towards them, so that they would be saved expenses in sending their material down, and at least get some tangible recognition of the service." This latter suggestion is somewhat on the right track ; but there is running through it a strain shewing much more of a desire to magnify the metropolis than to help on the...

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