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

.Abstract of Sales by Auction. " ".' TO-DAY (SATURDAY). Hy'*?. BAWDEN, at the Rooms, Honsehold Furniture and Kâécts. 'Also, Usual Weekly Sale. By HAWTHORÎÎB AND SMALL, at Tully's Yards, South .Grafton, Mixed .Cattle. TUESDAY. By H. MAURICE, nt the Rooms, Furniture, Horse, Harness, Spring-cart ; also, guxinfgcg Heifers, Bacon. It is stated that a compçny will be floated in 'T-ontlon shortly to work the Siamese rnhy and f apphirç mines, with a capital of 3300,000. Special Advertisements. PIANOFORTE' T ü N I N Gr Mr. H. C. Cutler is-now in Grafton and district, for the purpose of Tuning Pianofortes and Organs, ko. Orders left at the Freemasons' Hotel will he attended to. W. H. PALING ASP CO., LTD. LETTS' DIARIES, 1890. Miners' Leaseholders Guide-3s Gd by post Miners' Handy Book-2s Cd by post Toilers of Babylon, by Farjeon-2s Gd, post 2s lOd Pump Handle Court, papers from Pw «t'A-1/4 by post CHRISTMAS CARDS, First shipment now open. _G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Grafton.

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By Telegram. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

By Teleßiam. î SYDNEY, THURSDAsr. ' MESSRS PITT, SON, AXD BADGERY (limited) ie-j l>ort :--19,000 sheep .penned to-day. Market opeued ? dull, hut livened.up.towards.;Saish, closing firm:; wenold¿OOÚ,,includiugKennedy'c Cawarra wethers afc 13s id, Iiearmonthls Groongal ewes at 12s 3d, IVestorn igení's weÜieivi afc 12s. ' SÍ.0 cattle yarded ; inarket .entirely without animation, buyers full handed, and prices lowery we sold 200. including ^Pringle's Bective bullocks ti £7. Cook and Co.'s at £G 11s Sd, the Warrah cull stores .at ¿S5 18s Od. Our total sales for the week.tfcrough thésards have been. 7000 sheep and 670 cattle.-7.2o. SYDNEY, FjtrnAY. , TUE SOUTIJ COAST ¿XJ> WE3I , CA.?Í>'KN CQ-a^nATiTE COXPAKV (limited) report: Factory batter lld tö;ls, dairy batter Od to 18d; hand cured bacon.Cd to Td if all, machine cured 5Ü ti Od; hams, hand cared Sd to 9d,.machine ca.re&.6d to 7d : E. lt. potatoes, 10s to 11s : onions. 30s to ZÜ ; maize,.** 9d to 3a 2d ; pumpkins, 2s lo...

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Echoes and Opinions. VISIT OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Echoes and Opinions. _ » - VISIT OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE. THE ensuing Circuit Court sittings is to be presided over by the CHIEF JUSTICE of New South Wales. This is a fact of more than ordinary importance, and should, we think, be marked by some special recognition on the part of the public. In the first place, it will be the first occasion on which a.Chief ! Justice has presided in Grafton, It is true that at the first opening of the Court an ex-Chief Justice, in the person of Sir ALFRED STEPHEN, presided ; but during the term of Sir JAMES MARTIN'S tenuie of office, that gentleman-though frequently ex- pected to do so-never came to Grafton. Under the circumstances, therefore, the Magistrates and people of the district should mark the occasion of Sir FREDERICK DABLEY'S visit in some worthy manner, lt 13 tue usual practice io present we Chief Justice with an address on the occasion of his first visiting any of our chief towns on circuit. Of course, the Grafton people have something more...

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

FUNERAL. - The friends of Mr. DANIEL BEAHAN, of Eatonswill, are respectfully invited to attend his late wife's Funeral ; to move from the Corporation Wharf TO-DAY, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. for Grafton Cemetery. H. H. SANDERS, Undertaker.

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

Grafton Police Court. I Os Thursday, before Mr. W. Clarke, J.P. James Goodwin (not of Grafton) on remand from the Fernmount Bench, was brought before the court, charged with stealing from a dwelling. The evidence given at the Fernmount Polioe Court by Constable Jones, who arrested accused, was read over, from which it appeared that prior to arresting accused he saw a purse lying on a table at the hut where he was camped, at the foot of the Big Hill. Asked accused if he had any money, and he replied that he had a few shillings. Found 11s 3 jd in the purse, and in reply to a question accused said that he had no more money. When at Coffs Harbour accused informed him where he had planted his swag in the scrub, saying that three £1 notes would be found in it, also a silver watch and chain. Next morning witness went and found the swag with the contents as described. Was informed that accused had committed a robbery from the house of Samuel Chadwick, at Kangaroo Cretk. Accused was remanded...

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

lOST POPULAS DRINK IN THE _ COLONY IS f'S BITTERS! I the following reports from chemical exami s, which will at once convince yon of their j jg " Government Analytical Laboratory, " Melbourne, July ll, 1884. I have examined a bottle of Row's (Steane's) EHLATTVE ABOMATIC TONIC BITTERS, manu .red by Edward Row and Company, and find be remarkably pleasant'in flavor; containing 116 per cent, of a very pure alcohol, and hold solution a clear wholesome Vegetable Bitter, with a fruity spicy aroma. I consider litter a very superior article. " WM. JOHNSON, " Government Analytical Chemist. Tht¡ great demand throughout the colony for 'these pure Bitters shows they are superior to all j .others, and equalled by none. FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS. Read this sworn testimony from a well-known .citizen : STATUTORY DECLARATION. " I, GEORGE HEWITT, do hereby solemnly and .sincerely declare as follows :-" That I feel it a duty 3 owe to the public to state that I have been .suffering for many years, f...

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

SEE WHAT A WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN SAYS ABOUT THEM.-Sydney, October 6th, 1885. Messrs. Edward Row and Co. Gentlemen.-1 have great j pleasure in stating I have for some time taken, at your recommendation, Row's Dandelion Bitter«, and can without any hesitation say it is the best medi- cine I ever took in my life. Anyone trying them will, I am sure, receive the same benefit and speak j jisJLao.--Youra faithfully (signed) RlCHD. SHORT- I LAND, senr.-ADV. I General Notices A. SAUNDERS, WATCHES ! WATCHES '. HAYE NO EQUAL in price or quality. Most dur- able, and first-class timekeepers. Send for price list, POST FREE. £13 «EORCTC-ST11EET, NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION, SYDNEY Factories-Liverpool, England. Eccrylkiny Guaranteed, and sent Post Free at Half the Colonial Prices. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES, " ( ENGLISH LEVER, full jewelled, £2 IOS < compensation balance. Two years ( guarantee. *1 1 n«i \ My unequalled English Lever, full *"* i covered cap. Three years guarantee. tiX \ s...

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

Commercial. Tim business done in. lr-uil during the week was the select- ing of 1129 ncres, aad .the disposal ofac.p.on the Upper Coldstream, at £2 per acre. The stock sales on .Thursday were well attended, andresnltsprovîdthata good deniaud exists for stores, particularly young.stock. AVenotice that Messrs. Hawthorne .and feumll will submit: 200 head at . ' South Grafton to-day of .various .descriptions. On Monday ¡100 store cattle passed through Tenterfield KS «OUTE for Warialda from "iabsleys j Coraki. Prices.of fats in Sydney are not lush, and there ia ibut little inducement to send them southward. At least about £20,000 .worth of .fats mußt have left this and the Uichmond district during the postseason, and this, besides supplying the local.demand, implies that our graziers must have .doue well of late. Maize is goinç in sparingly, yet the price doe3»ot improve. The shipments during the early part of .tbe.week a mounted to 43S9 hags, as under ?- The Clarence...ISIS hags New Zea...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE CHAPTER VI.—BREAKING THE LAST TIE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

[AIL RIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE BY ANNIE S. SWAN, . Autbor ol "Twice Tried," "Across her Path," "Sundered .- . Hearts,".-".Aldersyde," "The Gates of Eden." "Briar and Palm," " Freedom's Sword," &c, &c. : CHAPTEK TL-BREAKING THE LAST TIE. ; ADDIE, I must speak out or I shall die, or do some- thing dread ful." ' It was Florence Courtney who thu3 spoke, and h'er flushed face and restless eye indicated that she was in one of her most excitable moods. She had lier hat and gloves on when she burst into Lady Westray's dressing-room that April afternoon . both of which she tossed on the floor, and flung ?J herself on her knees beside her sister's couch. " What now. Flossie ?" The pale thin hand was ; laid caressingly .as ever.on. the tumbled hair, the ,.; sweet shadow ed eyes dwelt kindly as ever on the upturned eager face.,..They presented a strong almost a sad, contrastÜto each other. Florence with the ruddy hue" of health, and all the energy and spirit of her b...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Religious Notices. CHURCH OF. ENGLAND. _ Sunday-Cathedra], Matins and ConQrraaliOD, ll; Evensong and Sermon, .7.30 ; German Church, 7.30 ; Copmanhurst, ' 'il and 7.30; Alumny Creek, 3. Thnrsday-(Blble Class -, for adults) Parish Eooui, 7.30. Thursday - Service ior Communicants, Cathedral,." 30. Sunday-South Grafton, ll (n.e.) and 7.30; Ulmarra, 3. Wednesday-Coldstream;?. Tuesday, Oct. S -Strone Park, 7 p.m.- Rev. F. J2. Hartland. Sunday-Maclean, ll ; Palmer's Channel, 3.30 ; Tyndale, 7.30 Tuesday-Lawrence, .".SO-rRev..E. J. Moxon. " j : ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sutiday-Grafton, Masä at-ll. .Vespers,:7.30. Mass every 'morning at J. I"riday-Stations of the Cross, 7.30. South Grafton, Mass atO.30. Bunday- School at 10. Friday and Saturday-Mass at 7.30. Friday-Stations of the Cross .at 7.30. ; Sunday-Maclean, Mass at-8 and ll. ' 'PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW SOUTH WALE3. Sunday-Grafton, ll (H. c. (-Rev.-A. Barron.-"-Rev. J. / Paterson. Tuesday-Copmanhurst,?-Rev. A. Barron. Sunday-Ulmarra, l...

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

IMPORTED STOCK. TAKING advantage of his visit to the Melbourne Exhibition! Mr. W. A. B. Greaves inspected some of the Shorthorn herds of Victoria ; and purchased from the Hon. W. M'Culloch, of Glenroy and Mer toure Park, a Shorthorn heiferjind bull, both of which were safely landed" here by the City of Graf- ton on Monday, and will proceed to Newbold. Mr/ M'Culloch refused to part with the bull until after he had exhibited him at the Melbourne Exhibition, as his brother (the Earl of Shaftesbury) had taken' first prize both as a yearling and two-year-old, besides two champion prizes. Mr. Greaves' bull (Earl Shaftesbury 2nd) was placed second at the late Metropolitan Show, and was only beaten by the champion bull of Melbourne and Sydney. The heifer (Duchess of Acomb, 3yrs.) comes from a family of prize-takers, and is in calf to Mr. MCul loch's prize, bull Winsome Gwynne (imp.), first prize bull at Carlisle last year. These animals will be an important acquisition to thé horned stock o...

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The Effects of Tight Clothing. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

The Effects of Tight Clothing. I Now that rational ideas as to dress hare acquired , a definite place in public esteem, it may ba I imagined that the practice of tight hieing and ! customs .of a like nature, if known at all. are not what they used to be. A case of sudden death lately reported from Birmingham proves that it ia still too early to indulge in such illusory ideas, The deceased, a servant girl of exoitable tempera- ment, died suddenly in an epileptoid fit. and the . evidence given before the coroner respecting her death attributed the fatal issue to asphyxia, due in a great measure to the fact that both nook and waiBt were unnaturally constricted by her clothing, the former by a tight collar, the latter by a belt worn under the stays. We have here certain!/ thoso very omditions whioh would lead ns to expect the worst possible consequences from a convulsive seizure. There is no organ of the body whose free movement is at such times more important than the heart. Yet here w...

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Loose Notions About Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Loose Notions About Marriage. THE frivolous character of the complaints in many cases of divorce recently granted and now on tho docket lends thoughtful people to a?k " What are we coming to ?" We do not know that the wives in a given number of cases aro more blamable than the husbands, but it is the wives who suffer tho most from such sundered relations. As a rule, they suffer more in their affections and in their reputa- tions than the stronger sex. While there is some- thing to be said in favour of a law ot divorce which separates mismated couples, there is no condemna- tion too severe for men or women who enter the marriage state with the idea in their minds that if , they do not like it they will take advantage of tho '*? law that allows them to escape. Yet there ¡ano ;^ doubt but that thoughtless young men and giddjr«, girls often do approach the altar with that thought in their minds. In cases where the husband is very young the idea is apt to grow in strength as the yeais pa...

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

Sires of the Season ___ m. rpo STAND THIS SEASON afc Mn|l 1 WOODFORD ISLAND, and V_P_P^FbTf_ travel the surrounding district, ^gppfcWp the Coaching horse SIR WILLIAM SIE WILLIAM is a dark bay with black points, rising four years. Sire, Beacon (imp.) by Yorkshire- man, ont of the celebrated mare Bonney ; her dam by Mr. Denbigh's old Lord John. Yorkshireman (the sire of Beacon) was got by old Bay President, the winner of numerous first prizes all over Eng land. Sir William's dam (Dachess) is by the Duke of Cleveland (imp.) from Monntain Maid, by William Tell (imp.) ; gg d by Sir Charles (imp.) Duchess has been very successful in the show ring, Seing the winner of eleven first prizes. - SIR: WILLIAM was awarded first prize in his class at the last Grafton Show, and is pronounced by competent judges to be one of "the best Coaching horses ever bred in Australia, and mated with suit- able mares, he must get cavalry, carriage, coach, or active farm horses of a class never yet seen here. Al...

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

John See * Co.'» Shipping Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LUTE OF STEAMERS. The §.§. Australian, Captain R. Affleck, for Sydney every WEDNESDAY MORN- ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton every SATURDAY HIGHT, at» o'clock. The 8.8. Helen Hlcoll, Captain R. A. Fraser, for Sydney every SATURDAY MORNING ,.at" 7.30 o'olock ; 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 AîsTD CO.'S DROGHERS. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, 1st Joly, j OUR DROGHERS ?WILL BUN AB FOLLOWS. Perseverance. T.MONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's j ; Island, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. " "WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- ¡ mer's Island (Unka and Yamba if necessary) : returning Friday. Irfirnn. .On and after THURSDAY, 26th instant, and until | further notice, the Lorna will leave on MONDAYS.For Ramornie "TUESDAYS. For Copmanhurst I "WEDNESDAYS.~. For Copmanhurst...

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Grafton Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Grafton Borough Council. AT the regular meeting of the Council, held on Wednesday evening, there were present-the Mayor, Aldermen Alderton, Laird, Rothschild, M'Kittrick, Hockey, Campbell, and Beatson. An apology was read from Alderman Jacobs, stating his inability to attend, owing to it being a holiday in the Jewish calendar. The only business done was the recep- tion of an invitation to attend the "Pinafore" entertainment, when the Council adjourned till the following evening. At the adjonrned meeting, on Thursday, there were present the Mayor, Aldermen Alderson, Lowe, Rothschild, M'Kittrick, Jacobs, Beatson, Campbell, Laird, Hockey. CORRESPONDENCE.-From W. J. Graham, asking permission to plant two trees on the bank of Alumny Creek, near his premises. Referred to Works Committee. From E. J. Statham, Roads Office, stating that the Dobie-street bridge being within municipal limits was not under his charge, nor had he any funds available for it. Resolved that the Member for Grafton b...

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A Romance of Johnstown Flood. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

A Romance of Johnstown Flood. FICTION could not furnish a more romantic mar- riage (says Philadelphia llecord) than that of Edward Levy, an Omaha millionaire, and Angie Fackler. a survivor of the terrible Johnstown flood, which was solemnised by the Rev. Charles G. Fisher recently. The bride, who is past fifty years of age, narrowly escaped death in her efforts to meet her sixty-year-old love, who had travelled nearly 2,000 miles to make her his wife. Almost thirty years ago the couple became acquainted in Johnstown, where they both lived, and, after a courtship, of five years, Mr. Levy left for the west to make a fortune. He became a millionaire, and recently returned to keep his plighted faith. The faithful lovers arranged to meet at the house of the Kev. Mr. Fisher, of this city, with whose wife both were very well acquainted, on let Jane, and be married there. According to thiB agreement, Mr. Levy arrived in this city on the day appointed, and proceeded to Mr. Fisher's residence...

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The Commissioners Report. Grafton-Tweed Railway. FRIDAY, 8.50 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

The Commissioners Report. Crrtrf~t«n-Tweed Railway. FRIDAY, S.50 P.M. MB. JOHH SEE has obtained the Hon. Bruce Smith's permission to send you the full report of the Rail- way Commissioners upon the Grafton-Tweed Rail -way. The Government are not favourable to the recommendation they malle, that half the proceeds of land should go towards its construction. Mr. JOHH SEK is of opinion that this railway will pass the Public Works Committee without delay. COMMISSIONERS' BEPORT. "Office of the Railway-Commissioners of New South Wales. . "Sydney, 3rd May, 1889. " Proposed railway from Grafton to the Tweed, via Casino, Lismore, and Byron Bay. "In accordance with the provisions of the Public Works Act, 1888, Section 13, we beg to report as under :-The Engineer-in-Chief estimates the cost of construction of a single line of railway, exclusive of land and compensation, at £1,652,000 ; capital expenditure at 3\ per cent. £57,850. We have carefully inspected the route of the proposed . Ballway, ...

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Free-trade in England and Protection in America. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Free-trade in England and Pro- tection in America. An Address by Sir Henry Parkes. A LARGE MEETING was held in Granville, in con- nection with the Granville branch of the Free trade and Liberal Association. Addresses were delivered by Sir Henry Parkes, and Mr. E. W. FoxalL Sir Henry Parkes' address was on Free-trade and Protection, based principally on the argument that there cannot be a market for articles produced beyond a fixed limit, which limit was fixed by the number of mouths to fill or the backs requiring clothes. A lengthy comparison followed on the state of the United Kingdom and the United States. The average import duty of the United States, he said, was 05 or 75 per cent., but notwith- standing this the manufacturers had been unable to find a market for their goods. Four or five years before the present century the population of the United Kingdom was not more than S,000,000 souls. In 1831 the amelioration of the people was ! begun by the Reform Aet and other important ...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Yamba, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 28 September 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Tamba, Friday Night. SAILED to-day-The steamer Fiona and schooner Giace Lynn. The schooner M. À. Doran, while being towed ont this morning by the steamtng Comet, against a strong flood tide, and when opposite the end of tho inner breakwater, met the fnll force of the current, which was so strong that the line parted and she drifted on to the spit about 30 yards out of the channel, into a depth of about nine feet of water. Every effort was made to get her off by the steamer Fiona and tug Achilles (from the dredge) and the B.s. Comet, but without success. Efforts will be made by to-night's tide to get her off. Lismore, Friday Night. A PUBLIC MEETING was convened at Ballina to consider the Byron Bay proposals, but before com- mencing a telegram was received that the Public Works Committee had approved of the whole of Sir John Coode's scheme for the improvement of the Bichmond. This news quite took away all feelings of indignation of a majority of those presen...

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