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A.J.C. Spring Meeting. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

! A. J.C. Spring Meeting. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. THE second day's racing was favoured with beauti- ful weather, and the attendance was very large. Results : THE SHORTS, 6 furlongs. J. Chambers' HAT QUEEN, 7-9 .. .. Feilder 1 J. Baronet's CLARENCE, 6-7 .CaUinan 2 AV. Kelsons. PADDY,S-9 .. .. .. Williams 3 1G others started. Betting : 4 to 1 Paddy, 6 to 1 Bernardo and Clarence, IO to 1 May Queen. The latter jumped away in front, and from that to the finish she was never headed, winning by two lengths. Time, 1.1Q. GRAND STAND PLATE, 1 mile. J. Baronet's BETOET, 7-12 ... .. James Gough 1 W. Killerns. JACK, 7-7 . Feilder 8 F. McDonald's AMINA, 7-5 .. .. Dunhey 2 15 started. Betting : 5 to 2 Retort, 6 to 1 Komisch, S to 1 Amina and Jack. Retort got the best of the start, but Komisch led into the straight. Retort 'then came away,and won by a length. Time, 1.47 MAIDEN STAKES, 1¿- mile. S. Gardiner's LOYAL STONE, 7-9 .. .. Callinan 1 J. H. Want's KNIGHT TEMPLAB, 7-9 .. Feilder 2 T. Lamond ns. SY...

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Third Day's Racing. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Third Day's Racing:. ! SYDNEY, PBIDAT. THE meeting was continued yesterday under favor- able auspices. In the Craven Plate the betting was 4 to 1 on Abercorn, 5 to 1 against Melos, 10 to 1 others. The favorite won easily, but Manton came with a great run and beat Sinecure by a length. Manton is undoubtedly a great horse, but is not well yet. SECOND HURDLE RACE, 2 miles. Anthony Bros. BELLBINGEB, 11-11 .. .. Mason J. Phillips' KANGABOO, 9-11.Phillips E. B. Pell's DBILDOOL, 13«t .. Keighran 3 Beggar Boy, Albert, The Mason, Martindale, Artist, Cracksman, Ogre, Clarionette, and Diomed also started. Bellringer was favorite at 4 to 1, and won easily. Time, 3.54. - CRAVEN PLATE, l j miles. J. l\ut.'.iIiooomi .. ... Hales " 1 P. Butler's MANTON .' .. Harris 2 J. White's SINECUBE . ..Huxley 3 Melos and Plenty also ran. Won easily. Time, 2.11. SUBURBAN HANDICAP, 7 furlongs. H. C. White's EINGDOVE, 7st .. "Parker 1 W. J. Frank's BEBNABDO, 9-7 .. Giltinan 2 PUGILIST, 7-4 ... Fountain 3 15 other...

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

RAILWAY PROPOSALS. THE following message was received by us on Thursday from Mr. John See, and circulated in town in the evening : THE Minister has given notice that he will propose to-morrow the Graf ton-Tweed Railway, the Coota mundra-Temora, Mudgee-Gulong, Moss Vale to Robertson, and Molong to Partes via Forbes rail- ways, îîo others. . (FB03T OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE MINISTER FOB WOBKS has given notice that he will move to-morrow that the following lines be referred to the Public Works Committee : The Grafton to Tweed railway. 'Cootamundra to Temora. Mudgee to Gulgong . Moss Vale to Robertson Molong to Forbes via Parkes Also the erection of a bridge over Parramatta River.;, bridge over the Hunter River at Jerry's Plains ; bridge from Bullock Island to mainland at Newcastle ; Bridge at Cowra ; and Hospital for Insane near Goulburn. The Minister stated that the line from Inverell to Glen Innes has been under consideration, but a difficulty arose as to where this line should con...

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Lower Clarence. MACLEAN. THUBSDAY. Corrigendum.-In my last letter I waa quite unwittingly beguiled into making a mis-statement with regard to the injuries received by ono of the men ou board the M. Â. Doran, and the probable consequences of alleged neglect in delaying to procure for him medical attention, which I hasten to correct. Information has since come to hand revealing the fact that Dr. Young attended the I man on the day that the accident happened, but owing to the limited space at tho disposal of the Hospital authorities, it was found impossible to admit him at the time. A prescription or liniment (or something of the kind) was prepared and ordered to be applied to tho injured limb in the meantime. He was subsequently admitted to the Hospital, and, it must be admitted, in a very critical condition. He is now doing well, and will no doubt be able to get abont soon. It is only necessary to add, in extenuation, that the particulars reached me from a reliable source, although i...

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

Lawrence. _ _ . FRIDAT. Unfortunate Accident.-William Shelton,. a teamster engaged drawing timber to Messrs. Goodger and M'Mahon's mill at Tullymorgan, met with an unfortunate and painful accident on Tuesday last, while unloading a log measuring 1000 to 1200 feet, from his jinker. Usually several I teamsters are at work together, but on Tuesday, I owing to the rain the previous day, and the soft ' state of the country. Shelton was the only one j drawing, he being anxious to make up for loss of time occasioned by so much wet weather previously. While lowering the log he went to pull the poul pin, and while taking it out, the lever bar swung over and jambed his right hand against the bed. of the jiDker and the plating, almost severing his thumb and forefinger, and otherwise injuring the other portion of his hand. A half-caste lad assist- ing ta unload, was also jambed against the lever bar and pole of tho jinker, and had a narrow escape of being killed, but fortunately escaped with a ...

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

Fact and Rumour. "Wilkie Collina is dead. The country of Corea ia Baid to be insolvent. The coffee disease is spreading far and wide. H.M.S. Pinafore a great success on Wednesday evening. The millers of Victoria are asking for an increased duty on flour. Another fire case from the Richmond for the Grafton Assizes. M. Jales Ferry has been defeated for the depart- ment of the Seine. The Tasmanian Assembly carried the bill legalis- ing trades unions. The machinery of the Woodburn Butter Factory is nearly completed. Victoria has 3154 established factories and works employing 56,271 hands. A very sound improvement in the business affairs of West Australia is reported. The increased grain duties of Victoria come into operation on October 24. Mr. Dunnet announces that the Adcocate will in future be carried on by himself. The Rev. D. H. Ellis has resigned the precentor Bhip of the Goulburn Cathedral. Messrs. See and Co.'s new steamer Burrawong left Dundee for Sydney on the 23rd. Mr. Gower, ...

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Political and Social Letter. [From our Special Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Political and Social Letter.] LFronî oar Special Correspondent. J THE Age and the Melbourne.Dally Telegraph are playing havoc with the statistics of the New South Wales industries. Three weeks ago, the manage- ment, of the latter journal sent a representative to Sydney, with instructions to make thorough inquiries concerning the industries of the colony, and particularly those of the metropolis. Armed with his credentials, he waited on Mr. COGHLAN, thc Government Statistician, and obtained all the information he could supply. Then he visited the various factories and works, and was allowed in the majority of cases, to inspect their books. The results proved that our statistics have been cooked in the most shameful manner. For example, the gentleman discovered that Mort's establishment at Balmain, had been counted as 14 distinct factories, that Hudson Brothers' had been counted as 10, and that others had been dealt with in a similar manner. At Darling Harbour he found a galvanized ir...

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

We wish to direct attention to those requiring milking cows to the sale to be held by Mr. Maurice at the rear of his Auction Booms, on Tuesday next, and as the cows are the first lots to be offered, intending bnyurs should be on the spot at ll sharp.-ADV.

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Bellinger River. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Bellineer River. WEDNESDAY. I SCHOOL OP ABTS.-Some time ago a piece of land was|granted by the Government for the purpose of erecting a School of Arts in Fernmount, and Messrs. W. Kenny, H. M'Kenzie, W. Gregg, E. M'Dougall, J. H. Lovell, H. A. Evans, and T. Baker were appointed trustees. A meeting of those gentlemen was held when it was resolved that an effort should be made to raise the necessary funds for the erection of a School of Arts at Fernmount, and Messrs. Baker and Lovell were elected as treasurer and secretary respectively. After some discussion it was resolved that a publio meeting be called to obtain the views of the residents on the matter, and the success likely to result from any effort. OUB BENCH.-I am pleased to be able to report that the dispute between the Bellinger magistrates re the Chairman has been terminated, through Mr. Noble's ignominuous collapse, and the business of the Court was proceeded with on last Friday, with- out interruption. POLICE CASE.-James G...

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Harwood Island. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Harwood Island. THURSDAY. THE PÜJNT.-The steam pant has been taken off and placed in the dock, where she is to undergo a general overhaul. But for the convenience of the travelling public, another punt, towed bj a steam launch, has been placed on. REGATTA.-A movement is on foot to bring off a day's sport for the 9th November. I believe a meeting is to be held at the Morpeth hotel, when it is expected that parties interested will put in an appearance, and afford the committee a chance of carrying this proposal into effect.

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

I Lawrence Police Court. BEFORE the P.M., Messrs. F. W. Chapman and E. Shields, J's.P. Joseph W. Knowsley v. Frederick E. Brown, breach of Police Regulation Act. After hearing evidence of complainant and three witnessess, the case was dismissed. James Bram&t v. Arthur Olive, assault. Ko appearance of either party. Case struck out. A hawker's license was granted to Albert Dean of Lawrence._

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MR. J. B. KELLY AND THE "STAR." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Mil. J. li. KELLY JLND THE ".STJLIL" MR J. B. KELLY has been lecturing the Australian' litar, m reference to that journal's contention for. more light on the Byron Bay Harbour. proposais. We extract from Mr. Kelly's letter: "When you talk of the Clarence ás the high road to the prin- cipal agricultural centre of the north, you evidently > speak on a subject upon -which you have no accur- ate knowledge. The agricultural centre of the, north is not on the Clarence at all, neither is the 'Clarence its highway. A ^glance at the county maps, which show all settlement, will reveal the! fact that Lismore is the agricultural centre of the north, geographically. A .visit to the two 'towns, Grafton and Lismore, will also show that the latter is the centre of the north in all respects, and that' ft is the only real live capital. In answer to your' question as to who are the landowners round about! that locality-meaning Byron Bay-again a refer- ; ence to the county and parish maps will satis...

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Maclean Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Maclean Municipal Council. THE regular meeting was held OH Tuesday evening, when all the Aldermen were present. Correspondence. was read from the Treasury Department, notifying that the special grant of £78 19s 5d had been placed to Council's credit in Bank of N. S. Wales. - From Municipal Association, stating that motion re land values would be Bure to come on before Thursday, and enclosing copy of business papers. The MAYOR stated that as he would not be in time to support the motion, he had caused a wire to be sent asking Alderman Simpson to represent the Council in the matter. From Dunnet and M'Farlane, asking that notifi- cation of meetings be sent to them to enable them to attend.-Bequest to be complied with. The letter from Lands Department, to effect that the Wesleyan cemetery was encroaching on Cameron-street, was re-read ; and Alderman M'MAHON moved that the trustées of the cemetery be notified of the encroachment. The letter re Public Pound wa9 also discussed again. Alder...

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

Q UIÏE Ell li OXEO US. SOME of our contemporaries have formed the conclusion that the people of the Clarence are opposing improvements at Byron Bay. This ia quite erroneous. There is no such opposition to requisite improvements at that or any other place, calculated to aid settlement and promote produc- tion. "What Í3 opposed in respect to Byron Bay is the assumption of some persons interested ia land in that neighbourhood, and others who have coalesced with them for personal advantage, that an attempt should be made to improve Byron Bay, so that it would become the central port of the North Coast districts, to the prevention of improve- ment at the entrances of the rivers. What is opposed on the Clarence is an attempt to filch from that river, and the Richmond and the Macleay, their just claims to first consideration in the matter of Harbour works. What is opposed on the Clarence is an attempt to bolster up, in connection with Byron Bay, a line of railway from the extreme Northern ...

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Free Selections at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Free Selections at Grafton. SAMÜEL HALL PHILLIPS, South Grafton, 42 acres, county Clarence, parish of Rushforth, being mea- sured portion No. 172. Deposit paid, £1 4s. Frederick Rouse, Quyarigo, South Grafton, 100 acres, county Clarence, parish of Quyarigo, com- mencing on the right bank of Dundoo Creek, near an apple tree marked R, near where the west boundary of W.R. 1091 intersects the creek ; thence by lines north, thence west 16 chains 67 links, thence south to the creek, thence by the creek upwards to the point of commencement, Deposit paid, £10. Robert Roberts, "Whiteman Creek, 50 acres, conn ty Clarence, parish of Coaldale, commencing at the south-west corner of portion 25 ; thence west along the main road about seven chains, thence north, thence east to the north-west corner of portion 25, thence south to the point of commencement. De- posit paid, £5. John Cochrane, Upper Orara, 131 acres, county Fitzroy, parish Comlaroi, being measured portions 28 and 29 and part of portio...

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Coldstream. WEDNES[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Coldstream. WEDJÍESBÉÍT. THE weather here is beautiful, and the ocoaskml showers are doing ranch good, ©espite the warm weather, however, the swamps are still at Ä considerable height owing to the drains beisg¡ almost blocked with flood debris. j ST. PHILLIPS.-A very fine instrument has been j Added to this church, so that when a choir is formed the service of praise will be aiuch more enjoyable than heretofore. POLITICAL.-Much satisfaction has been ex- pressed at the Payment of Members Bili having passed. Some, however, fear that it will he the means of keeping the Cabinet together longer, as impecunious members will vote for the Mieisfcry rather than risk their seats and £300.

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

Land Court. I THE Land Board continued its sittings on Tuesday j and Wednesday," Messrs. F. Trollope (chairman), A. [ L. M-Dougall, P.M., and T. Page, J.P., presiding. The following cases were dealt with : Frederick W. Wilcox, 50 acres, Bushforth. Dis- allowed on the ground that the former c.p's. of the series have been transferred by the applicant. I Thomas M'Intosh. 42 acres, Bardsley. Certificate of conformity ordered for issue. Claude H. Crampton, 250 acres, and cl. of 750 acres, Toothill. Ordered for survey. John M'Grath, c0 acres, Ermington. Disallowed on the ground that the land cannot be measured as applied for. Thomas J. Jarrett, 146 acres, Moonee. Confirmed. William H. Jarrett, 141 acres, Moonee. Confirmed. Peter Shea, 50 acres, Buccarumbi, appraisement of improvements. These were valued at £16. William J. Hutton, 100 acres and 50 acres, Bards- ley. Confirmed. William Candy, 40 acres, Quyarigo. Confirmed. John Reynolds applied to have deviation made in the road reserved th...

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Glen Innes. SEPTEMBER 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

I Olen Innes. i I -, SEPTEMBER 24TH. ¿"UBLIC LIB _ARY.-An institution of this descrip- tion has been opened at the Town Hall, which wUl be found a great boon to the citizens. It is well stocked with volumes of almost all descriptions. FIRE.-A straggling farmer named Chard had his cottage, with contents, burned to the ground recently. The case is a hard one ; the unfortunate man losing all his belongings by the fire. MINING.-Last week five gold-mining leases were taken up at Glen Elgin. At Eookarabooka work is steadily pushed forward at the various claims, and the floating population seems to be less. Two new hotels are opening, and a school is being established. At Bear Hill, Meehan's reef is showing good gold at 24in. wide. 20 men are engaged at Butcher's Beef, where there is a good show, and cn Bear Hill Beef 25 are employed. C.P.S. AND LAND AGENT.-Mr. G. Stevenson, who has been acting as Land Agent here, has been appointed C.P.S. also, and the amalgamation of both offices will ke...

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

Armidale. SEPTEMBER 24. THE BLANDFORD PBOPBIETAEY SCHOOL.-Much attention is diverted to this proposal since Mr. Justice Defiell decided in favour of the Blandford Proprietarya chool being established in Armidale. It is necessary that £6000 in £50 shares be sub- scribed for in this district, to entitle Armidale to the Proprietary school. There is a fund in hand of £14,000, which it is proposed to increase to £20,000, before the school can be established. Armidale will have first opportunity of subscribing the additional amount, and if we fail Morpeth will have the next chance of securing the Proprietary school. If both fail in raising the amount, the £14,000 will be divided among the original share- holders. - - MINING.-At the Sunlight mine, Hillgrove, 159 ozs. were cleared up last week. Baker's Creek, for the fortnight, put out 697 ozs. An 8-ton boiler .arrived last week for Eleanora North, and the rest of the machinery is OD the road. It is rumonred that the Garibaldi Company have ...

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An Extraordinary Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

An Extraordinary Discovery. THE trial of Landells, for the murder of Sherlock, at Kingwood, on the 21st of July, began at the Supreme Court Melbourne. In a very extraordinary manner an important piece of evidence has been (says the Argus) supplied to the prosecution. At the inquest one of the witnesses, Mr. Husband, an optician, gave the following evidence :-I knew the deceased,, and in June last received a number of articles from him for sale or retnrn, and also a list of them in his handwriting, with the prices he required opposite them. The articles were valued at £25 10a in the list, and are still in my possession. The accused called towards the end of July, and produced an order signed " P. J. Sherlock," direct- ing me to deliver the articles over to the accused, who said that he had advanced money to Mr. Sherlock, and that he was afraid what he would realise on the articles would not be sufficient to refund the money he had given to Mr. Sher- lock. I told the accused that it w...

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