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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Grafton Police Court. ON TUESDAY, before the P.M. George Phillips, charged with using obscene language at Copmanhurst, also for resisting the police, did not appear ; and his recognisances, amounting to £2 in each case, were ordered to be estreated. Bridget Duggan, licensee of the Market hotel, was summoned for supplying a glass of liquor to an aboriginal. Mr. M'Guren appeared for de- fendant. The witnesses for the prosecution not appearing, a postponement for a week, on the application of Senior-sergeant M'Cormack, was granted. The P.M. said that the deceased " Chinaman Black " lost his life through liquor having been supplied to him by some person, and two abori- ginals who gave evidence at the inquest deposed to having Been defendant supply him with liquor.

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Bankruptcy Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Bankruptcy Court. ON Wednesday, before the District Registrar, Mr. A. L. M'Dougall, P.M. In the estate of Thomas Boan, of Ulmarra, farmer, a first meeting. Bankrupt stated that he took a farm on a clearing lease at Ulmarra for seven years, and during five years of that term was flooded out five times, and in the flood of 1887 lost all he possessed. Some of his creditors threatened proceedings, his credit was stopped, and he was compelled to turn bankrupt. No debts were proved and the meeting terminated.

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Crown Lands Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Crown Lands Sales. IN November land sales are announced to be beld at 16 different country districts, amongst which are the following : At Grafton on 18th.: Three country lots, fronting Alipou Creek, area 52,45 and 44 acres, parish Cla- renza ; one lot of 62 acres on same creek, parish Southampton ; four lots of 20J, 30¿, 51J and 29} acres, parish Gulmarrad, within the population area of Maclean, adjoining the temporary common, D. Stewart's, J. Miller's, J. O'Brien's and M. Bash's portions. Upset of all, 30s per acre. At Grafton on 20th : Two allotments fronting Clarence-street, Tamba, between H. Barnes' and J. Davies' allotments. Upset, £25 per lot. At Lawrence on 18th : Allotments 2 and 3 of section 4, and 1 to 8 inclusive of section 81, the former fronting Tenterfield-street and. the latter Ward, Eton, High and Neill streets. The area is nearly 2 roods each throughout. Upset price, from £8 to £50 per lot. On 20th, at Camino : Portion 66, North Codring- ton, 30 acres, on the right...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Sporting. REPORTS OP CKICKET MATCHES.-In order to .secure publicity of reports of cricket matches, we request that secretaries of the clubs engaged for- ward same to us in time, if possible, for first issue after the matches are decided. In first eleven matches the scores and bowling analysis will be published, together with any special features of the match ; but the analysis of second eleven matches need not be sent. If reports do not appear, it will be on account of these conditions not being complied wich. ALBERT CC.-At a meeting held at " Tatter sail's " on Tuesday evening, Mr. H. B. Waterhouse was elected Secretary in place of Mr. H. Jordan, ' who has resigned ; and a unanimous vote of thanks was passed to the' latter for his past services. Messrs. Connor and Shepherd offered a trophy for . the player making the most double-figure innings in not less than eight matches, with special condi- tion in event of a tie. Mr. Jordan will donate a trophy of a unique description for the ...

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THE WEEVIL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

TEE WEEVIL QUESTION. MB. O. O. DANGAB has been writing to the Herald upon the weevil pest, alleging that at no time in the history of maize-growing on thèse Northern rivers has there been such injury done to the crops. He also expresses the fear that unless some preven- tative is discovered, the whole maize industry will be imperilled. Mr. ANGUS MACKAY, in the follow- ing day's issue of the same journal, gives a very interesting account of the grain weevil and record of the steps he has taken to rid maize of his own from the pest. Still there is not much in Mr. MACKAY'S letter of the character that Mr. DANQAB and the maize-growers will consider as a satisfactory reply to the enquiry, as to what should be done in a practical way to Btop the ravages of the insect.. It is quite right that those seeking to arrest its ravages should know something of the nature of the evil they have tb contend with. That it should be contended with, ia so doubt essential, especially when, according to Mr...

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THE AGRICULTURIST & GRAZIER. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

THE AGRICULTURIST 4 GRAZIER. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. THE Metropolitan Show has been a failure, not only in respect to the unpropitious weather, but also in the absence of any real worthy demonstra- tion of the pastoral and agricultural industries of tire colony. Some persons are seeking around for the causes which lead to the want of support accorded by people in the country districts to these Metropolitan Exhibitions. But few appear willing to publish what we conceive to be some of the --contributing causes. These are not to be found, as is ascribed by some Sydney people, to the opposition of Country Societies. There is, we believe, no such thing amongst the Country - Societies as a feeling of opposition to the Metro . politan Society. If the Country Societies are not quite in touch with the Metropolitan Society, it is because the latter has not gone the right way to bring that touch about. Whatever ha3 been done in that direction hitherto has failed because of the intense desire s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

The Upper Orara Mail--Mr. Kinnear, the contractor for the Upper Orara and Kangaroo Creek mail, took suddenly ill while on his way out at the beginning of the week, obliging him to return to Grafton and seek medical advice. He sent the mails by another person, Mr. Kinnear has since recovered from his illness. Jewish Holiday.-Owing to Thursday being Net: Year's Day, 6650 on the Jewish calendar, the business premises of that persuasion were closed, &t4jbhe day observed as a holiday. "Btm^Btg^.^^beat policy." I£ everybody tíwughtjíri"'116 B (3"^3Eta----¿tated, aa it te.-A»?.

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WEDNESDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

IN the Legislative Council, Mr. Suttor made a vigorous effort to deal with a series of questions upon military matters asked by Dr. Creed. Mr. Suttor answered some of the questions, and declined absolutely to reply to others. The Wollongong Harbour Trust Bill was passed. The consideration of amendments in the Crown Land Bill was proceeded with. The Council insisted upon a number of its amendments, and appointed a committee to draw up reasons for adopting such a course. In the Assembly, Mr. SYDNEY SMITH, in reply to Mr. EWING, said that Charles Brady had devoted much attention to sericulture on the Tweed, but was about to withdraw from the industry, which promised to be aa important outs for the colony. He would obtain a further report before taking steps to induce Mr. Brady to continue the enter- prise. Mr. BRUCE SMITH, in answer to Mr. EWING, said that roads within municipalities would receive the fullest consideration when the Estimates for next year were being prepared. Sir HENRY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

GOLD MEDAL, Paris Exhibition, 1889, awarded to SUNLIGHT SOAP for a pore and perfect soap. Invite your friends and neighbours to see you wash clothes with Sunlight Soap. Let them see you soap the clothes well, then roll them up in a tight roll, and put under the water and left for half an hour, then take out and rinse. It will be quite a curiosity for them to see a wash done without the necessity of scalding or boiling a single piece, no matter how dirty or soiled. Some special uses of the " Sunlight Soap."-The Ladies Journal recommends it as a perfect soap for washing delicate Colonial fabrics. Used in the Bath it is a perfect pleasure. Used in the Dairy it will keep churns, cheese vats, and milk pans beautifully bright and clean. Used in the Sick Boom it acts aa a disinfectant. Used in the Stable it will keep manes and tails clean and silky, and heal sores and scratches. Use it for washing prize dogs and poultry, and it will improve them as no other soap can. Use it for taking out ...

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THURSDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

THURSDAY'S SITTIXOS. TUE Legislative Council passed from the initial to final stages several measures in a brief period, and the House adjourned until 11.30 to-day. In the Assembly, Mr. M'MILLAN promised that the question of Chinese gambling nouses would occupy the attention of the Government during the recess. He said that a portion of the Loan Votes would be expended on repairing unsafe rail- way bridges. Some discussion ensued on a motion that the House meet at ll o'clock to-morrow' for proroga- tion, which was carried - after the Minister announced the decision of the Government on the Council's amendments on the Land Bill-by 63 to 25. The House sat all night debating the Council's amendments in the Land Bill, which the Govern- ment accepted, and they were all adopted. The House adjourned at 7.15 until ll to-day.

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FRIDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

IRIDÀÏ'8 HIIIIS. THE Assembly met at ll to-day, vrhen Mr. BRUCE SMITH moved "That the Grafton to Tweed, Cootamundra to Temora, and Mudgee to Gulgong railways be referred to the Works Committee." The other lines proposed being objected to, they conld not be put. A Bill providing for mining on privates land was passed through all stages, and sent to the Council, which also passed the same. The Assembly is now discussing additional and Loan Estimates, which are likely to occupy till a late hour. The Casual Labour votes were postponed. The votes for the Lismore Agricultural Society (£500) and Casino Society (£250) were passed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Grafton Benevolent Society-The rega- lar monthly meeting waa held on Wednesday. Present-Mr. S. See (in the chair), Mesdames Ryan, Mansfield, Burgess ;. Misses Willans, McDougall, Messrs. Maurice, A. L. M Dougall, A. Lipman, and the Rev. R. F. Becher. Apologies were made for the absence of Mrs. Meillon and Mr. G. H. Varley. Letters were read from two who had been assisted, thanking the Society, and promising to repay. Accounts to the amount of £6 13s 9d were passed for payment. The Visiting Committee reported 10 cases where relief had been given, 2 refused, and 3 were referred for further consideration. In one, the President and Mr. Lipman were deputed to visit the applicant, some distance from Grafton, which they consented to do. Mesdames Ryan, M'Dougall, the Rev. Mr. Barron, and G. H. Varley were appointed Visiting Committee for ensuing month. Report and balance Bheet were approved of, and Wednesday, 16th October.'iwas fixed for the annual meeting. Messrs. Johnson (E. and Scottish ...

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The Church the Friend of Liberty and Science. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

The Church the Friend of Liberty and Science. THE Bishop of Oxford, in a remarkable sermon at the re-opening of the parish school of Brill, thus referred to the historic position of the Anglican Church :-" The Holy Catholic Church is not a mere idea, it is a real substantial thing, a real company of men with a lineage in the past and a posterity in the future, , . . The Church of England to you is the direct palpable material presentment of the Holy Catholic Church, of which I have been speaking. It is historically the wing of the army of God that covers our native land and embodies your fellow soldiers, that set up the standard of the faith for yonr fathers, that gave us, and has kept for us, the Bible as the fountain and evidence of all vital truth. More than that, it is the ministry by which we are incorporated in the unity of Christ Jesus, that has brought ns in the Holy Communion,the strengthening and refreshing by which we live as members of the body of the Lord. It is the org...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. THE Times, commenting opon the speeches of Sir Henry Parkes and Mr. Dibbs in reference to responsible government in Western Australia, says Australia can only claim that the unoccupied terri- tory should be administered in the true "spirit of Australia for the Australians. The Times says that the absurdities and extrav- agancies of the Protectionist policy in Victoria is a barrier to intercolonial Free-trade in Australia. The English and Continental journals regard the elections in France as tending to the maintenance of the peace of Europe. The French Chamber of Deputies meet in November, when the Government will resign. Mr. Gladstone denounces the policy of Land Nationalisation as advocated by Henry George. Mr. Gladstone says the denial by Mr. Balfour of his intention to endow a proposed Roman Catholic University for Ireland, is the shabbiest of all the shabby proceedings of this Government. Searle is to be banquetted at Tyneside. Mr. Garl...

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PARLIAMENT. BY TELEGRAM. TUESDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

PARLIAMENT. BY TELEGRAM. THE Legislative Council reasserted, on the motion of Mr. Jacob, " its undoubted right to amend all bills whatsoever submitted to it, and will always exercise that right whenever considered necessary for the peace, welfare and good government of the colony." In the Assembly, the whole question of the refusal of the Premier to allow the Chinesa to land a year ago was brought up, on the proposal to vote £4131 Os 7d for expenses of the inquiry in connec- tion with certain Chinese claims. The feeling, notwithstanding Mr. Slattery's powerful protest, was decidedly in favor of the Premier's action. The House settled down to a consideration of the Estimates, and an interesting discussion occurred on the item on the Estimates of £2000 for a statue to John Dunmore Lang, on condition that a similar sum was privately subscribed. The item was unanimously passed, but it was opposed by one member on somewhat singular grounds. On the estimate for Agricultural College and Ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

The Roster.-The following ia the roster for the Grattan Bench for October-1st. Messrs. James, Laycock, Campbell ; 2nd. Chapman, Neale, Jacobs ; 8th Lewington, O'Keeffe, Smith; llthLardner.Rush, Waterhouse ; loth. Samson, M'Kittrick, Hill ; 18th. Beatson, Maurice, Lipman ; 22nd. See, Donaldson, Byan; 25th. Hawthorne, Bawden, Page; 29th. James, Laycock, Campbell. FBAUDS ON DIXSON'S COXQTJEBOB TOBACCO. Some unprincipled retailers of Tobacco are placing the Conqueror tin-tags upon Tobacco, and disposing of same as the genuine article. Now the public are therefore cautioned against this deception, and are at the same time respectively invited to submit any doubtful purchases to Dixson and Sons, who offer a substantial reward for convincing evidence against the aforesaid offenders.-Conqueror Tobacco Works, Hyde Park.-ADT.

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Tenterfield. SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Tenterfield. SEPTEMBER 24. i THE RUST.-From Toowoomba news comes that, the mst has made its appearance in the wheat crops. Some patches had to be cnt down for hay. DEATHS.-Three deaths occurred here last week. Mr. W. Heffernan, of Sunnyside, died on Monday, aged 73 ; Mrs. Catherine Green on Wednesday, aged 76 ; and Mrs. A. E. Cuneen on Tuesday. TRUCKING STOCK.-On Tuesday last 129 fat cows from Wooroowoolgan station, on the Rich- mond, were tracked here for the metropolis. NORTHERN NATIONAL WORKS.-Mr. Bawden's address has been circulated freely here, and meets with some criticism. At a meeting of the citizens the other day, the Mayor, presiding, stated that he had upset Mr. Bawden's figures before a Grafton audience some years ago. Mr. Lee, M.L. A., expressed himself able to refute Mr. Bawden's statements and vindicate the Public Works Committee, which Wr. Bawden had impugned by implication. It was then resolved that a publio meeting be held on Friday, September 27th, for the object ...

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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

. Unclaimed Letters. THE following are lying at the General Post office unclaimed, having been: sent from'the offices named: GRAFIOS.-Miss J. Edwards. Mrs. E. Ellis, David L. Jones (2), H. Plummer, Mr. Barkham, J. Beale (2), Mr. Blackman, W.'Blackman, W. J. Corcoran, William Davies, De la "Sollaye, J. Fernance, W. Gale, Mrs. C. Gearéy (2), Mr. Gilleroy, C. Jones, E. T. Jones, Miss S. Long, S. H. M'Clean, D. Mackay, T. B. May, Mi» A. O'Brien, G. O'Neill, W. N. Eos kell (2), Mr. Sutherland, A.B. (301), Proprietor Club hotel. - SOUTH GRAFTON.-E. M Garry, Carl Berdarby, Thomas Beale, Michael Gallaway, Mr. Hardy, J. Jackson (1), John M'Kanna, Mrs. A. M'Phee, Mrs. Sarah Smith, J. Wilson, H. Wilson. ULMARRA.-George Baker, F. S. Bushell, Mr. Hughe?, A. Philp. PALMER'S ISLAND.-Eliza A. Callaghan, F. Grant, D. M'Donald, Mr. MGuffog, Mrs. A. M-Lean, W. Smith.. BRUSHGROVE.-C. Cooper, J. Mgwuch, J. J.Wiley. LAWRENCE.-H. Davies, Miss B. Ensbey, Harry Sands, J. Starre. George Cox, Tabulam; John Di...

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The Lady of the Bush. The Dream of an English Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

The Lady of the Bush. The Dream of an English Traveller. (BY DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY, 15 THE "DAILY TELEGRAPH.") I HATE begun to move about from colony to colony in this huge island-continent. Some open- ing sense of the vastness of its territory already haunts my mind. I see cities which look as if they had been rotted in the soil for centuries ; though, as time and history go, they are no more than the growth of the day before yesterday. Walking their streets with the hum of city traffic in my ears, with the swift tides of business rush- ing and swirling round about me, much as they do in London or Kew York, or in any of the central ganglia of the Old World, I am vaguely doubtful of history. I incline to believe that Captain Cook is a myth and that the founders of Melbourne and Sydney lived in far-off ages. But in the outlying suburbs one lights npon a thousand hints of modernity, and straying only a little way beyond them one meets unconquered Nature face to face. The bustling city...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Letters to the Editor. THE Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. SIB.-" Justitia's " last effusion is so utterly devoid of truth that it is scarcely worthy of notice. I can assure him that the removal of the office does not depend on gross misstatements such as have been placed before you by him. The arguments con- tained in his last are simply a repetition of those contained in his former letters, which have all been proved groundless. I must mention here that I am glad to find " Justitia " is thus early advocating the establishment of a punt or some such conveyance I to enable us to communicate with the office in flood time, should it be removed to the so-called township. VERACIOUS. SIE.-,: Jnstitia " states that a gentleman residing on the riverside of the gally could not cross for six months at a stretch without a raft. Such a state- ment is pure fiction, and as far removed from fact as it is possible to be. He also states that the ge...

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