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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Grafton Police Court. Os THURSDAY, before Mr. W. Clarke, J.P., a first offender for drunkenness was fined 5s. Yesterday, before the P.M., Messrs. Ryan, Neale, and Jacobs, J's. P. In the postponed case for wages, John Brown v. Dennis M'Mahon, partly heard on Tuesday the Bench, after hearing the evidence of William Archer, for complainant, gave a verdict for £3 16s 10J, amount remaining after deducting a contra account of defendant for 10s lOd. Com- plainant was also awarded 153 for loäs of time, and defendant was ordered to pay 5s expenses of last witness, and ls lOd costs of court, to be paid within three days. An Important Case. Isaac Whereat, of Tenterfield, waa summoned by Joseph Penny, hotelkeepar, of Grafton, for having on the 2 S th February last did falsely pretend to complainant that he was instructed by Messrs. J. T. and J. Toohey to accept the sum of £100, and give, a clear receipt to date in full settlement of all claims and demands which t;he said J. T. and J. Toohey had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Drapery and Grocery 'JHE NOTED DRAPERY HOUSE* OF ROSS AND CO LONDON HOUSE GRAFTON. We have received our NEW SUMMER STOCK OP PRINTS. ZEPHYRS. VEILINGS. BEIGES. PONGEES. . SILKS. . Embroidered Silk Bordered Robes 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 Broche Cashmeres SUM9IBR C AWIIJIKItKl"* (to which we draw particular attention) in all I »-NEW SHADES, such as Vieux Rose, Terr« Cotta, Serpent, Gobelein, Fawns and Greys. New Trimmings, Novelties in Buttons, and New Zephyr Embroideries, CSTTO MATCH ALL DRESS MATERIALS. LADIES' HATS. All the STcw Lending- Slin»cs in Ladies' Straw Hats »nd Bonnets (»J* FOB THIS SEASON, and the newest RIBBONS, FLOWEBB, FEATHERS, ko. \ NEW SUNSHADES. NEW CORSETS. All Plain Drapery such as Calicoes, Flannels, Sheet* inge, and in fact all Manchester Goods, done well. Thc lir...

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At Samoa and San Francisco. (NOTES BY AN AUSTRALIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

At Samoa and San Francisco. (NOTES HY AK AUSTRALIAN.) A A.USTRA.UA.N who left Grafton for Europe last June, writing from Montreal, Canadaf supplies some brief notes of incidents which may hi interesting to some of his friends. They will ba'the more interesting from the fact that they are not the jottings of a litrrutcitr or professional bookmaker, but the unvarnished record of some ¿ things a young Australian saw and felt upon his -first venture out .in to-the great world.' " Taking -passage by the Alameda, shortly after '?' leaving Sydney-we had; tKe.misfortune to run into a cyclone. » The gale-blew BO hard that the captain found it.iiecessary, for. the safety of the vessel and the lives in: his charge, to stop the engines and to I let the ship "rip" before the wind. 'We had a bad timeofit.' Ihadadecbcabin,^naitiaalmostneedlesa -to Hay that I waa dreadfully.seasick and heartily !-wished myself back again-pn the Clarence. I was , eo.ill that when; my cabià companion came indur "ing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Special Advertisements. J> I AN OFORTE TUNING 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 be attended to. W. H. PALING ANT» CO., LTD. H. PALING AND CO., LIMITED. (Established 1853). The leading and cheapest house for Pianos. Organs and Music, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. «STAGENCY AT MB. HEXRY JORDAN'S, Criterion Hall, Grafton, where every information may be obtained and sam- ples seen. Illustrated catalogues and price lists on application. ROYAL MARRIAGE NOS. of the GRAPHIC and ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, com- memorating the marriage oE H.R.H. the Prince:« Louise of Wales with the Earl of Fife. Copious biographical notes, numerous illustrations, and extra supplement. Price ls Gd, post ls 8d. Only a few copies on hand. CHRISTMAS CARDS. CHRISTMAS CARDS. G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Grafton. ÏÏAETEBLT ACCOUNTS. The ACCOUNTS connected with t...

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Echoes and Opinions. A COMMENDABLE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Echoes and Opinions. A COMMENDABLE PROPOSAL. AT a recent meeting of the Publie "Works Com- mittee a considerable amount of time was occupied in the discussion of the Report on the proposed improvements to the entrance of the Richmond River. During the discussion, Mr. J. P. ABBOTT took the opportunity of moving an additional olause to the Report, as it appeared to him that the principle arrived at could be as well included in that document as ta any other in reference to prope~a!s which had, or which in the near future might receive, the consideration of the Committee. He then moved, " That the Committee would strongly recommend that the proceeds of all Crown lands sold, either conditionally or in fee simple, should be carried to a sinking fund, for the liquidation of the loan to be incurred for the purpose of carrying out the proposed works, such sinking fund to be created by the Act authorising the construction of the proposed works." It will be seen that this suggestion is somewha...

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THE GRAFTON-TWEED RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

TUE .GRAFTON-TWEED RAILWAY. THE next proposed Railway to be considered by the Committee after the Nyngan-Cobar, will be that from Marrickville to the Burwood Road. Could not ihe Committee be asked-seeing that so much depeads upon j^ompfc action - to take up the Graf ton-Tweed line next ? These districts are in much more urgent need of a Railway than any of the others. We suppose there is no use in dropping a quiet hint to one or two members of the Commit- tee, pointing out the claims of the long-suffering North for speedy relief in respect to facilities of communication both by land and by water. Nominations fer Connor and Shepherd's "Tatter sail's" handicap close to-night.

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THE POLICE SUPERINTENDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

TUE POLICE BUPEBLNTENDENCY. WHEN are we going to hear anything further about the suMivision of the Police Superintendency of Armidale, in view of greater economy and effici- ency ? Wa fear this subject has not been pressed home as fully as it should have been. We have before now i jlnted out how a saving might be effected by amalgamating the superintendencies of Tamworth and Armidale and creating a new super- intendency at Grafton for the North Coast districts, extending along the coast under the Tableland, from the Manning River to the Queensland border. With that arrangement a saving would certainly be effected, and greater -efficiency secured. Upon this question of districts we think it would be well if some attention was paid by the governing body to establishing some closer uniformity in respect to dis- tricts. We have co many districts under different titles within a limited area, that they become abso- lutely confusing as to where " one district " ends and " another district ...

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How a Victoria Cross was Won. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

How a Victoria Cross was Won. ^ MR. ARCHIBALD FOR DÛ 9 tells in the August num- ber of the English llhtstrotctl Magazine how Lord AYilliam Beresford saved ono of his troopers in a skirmish with the Zulus. Buller and Beresford, . with thpir irregular horsemen, were galloping straight for Ulundi. Everything seemed prosper- ous. No enemy showed anywhere eave the 200 . fugitive Zulus, falling bnok at the head of our fellows at the long easy run which takes the Zulu over tho ground with surprising speed, and which he can keep up hour after hour without a symptom of distres?. Their flight was a calculated snare ; those fugitives were simply a wily decoy. Sud- denly from out of a deep, sharply-cut watercourse crossing the plain, aud invisiblo at 200 yards' distance, sprang np a long linc of ZUIUB, some 2000 strong, confronting at once and flanking the horse- men. Simultaneously the whole plain around them flashed up into vivid life. Hordes of ZUIUB had been lying hidden in tho long grass. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

DEATH. OLIVE-At Lawrence, on the 1st October, after a long and painful illness, JANE, the beloved wife of WILLIAM OLIVE, leaving a husband, 14 children, and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. Aged 54 years and 9 months. IN MEMORIAM. BAYLY - In affectionate remembrance of our dearly beloved son CHARLES JAMES BAYLY, who dird at Grafton, of typhoid fever, October 4th, 1887 ; aged 23 years and 9 months. Inserted by his loving parents, William and Mary Ann Bayly

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Ulmarra Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Ulmarra Municipal Council. THE Conncil met on Wednesday. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Goodger, Turnbull, Redmond, M'Phee, Lee, Carlton, and Napper. Correspondence was read from the Treasury, advising the placing to the Council's credit with the A.J.S. Bank, the sum of £218 3s, special grant for the year ending February 4th. From Mr. Retallick; soliciting Council's permis- sion to build a verandah over the footpath in front of his store.-Permission granted. From Secretary of the Dock Labourers' Relief Fund, asking for Council's assistance.-Resolved that the strike being now at an end, and the men going back to work, it was not necessary to take any further action in the matter. From Mr. William Knox, stating that he had been ill for a long time in Hospital, and was now unable to work ; that he was destitute, and asking the Council for some assistance.-Resolved that Council could not deal with the case. From the Member, acknowledging the Council's letter, and stating that he had forwar...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Commercial. . UPWARDS of 1400 acres were selected on Thursday . by t wo applicant?. Latterly, a large area o£ land has been selected in the locality of Coaldale. The returns of the Land's Office for the past quarter ' show that a good deal has been done in the dis- posal iof public lands, and the amount has been -swelled by Eeveral auction sales that took place. Several others are announced t for the Current quarter, and land is of late more sought after. The st ck and maize markets are unaltered. The out- put of maize for the past quarter amounted to about 41.000 bushels, making a total of about 730,090 bushels of the past season's crop sent to market. The shows that the yield has been a good onf. In tht early part of this week the arrivals in Sydney were-From the Clarence. 10G5 bags .Macleay. 1330 Manning ..'..«. 1307 ?^k "Port Macquarie. »59 "~ . Oape Hawke. 100 .Total . 4361 bags In Melbourne on Tuesday, maize was Eelling at 4s ld per bushel. Mr. MAURICE reports selling on Tuesd...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Religious Notices. CHUr.CH or EHOLAXD. sunday-taUieürai, 7.30, ll ^.c. ordination).nnay.au ; unu ilren's service, 3; German Church. 7.30; Southgate, 3.30; . Copmanhurst, ll and 7.30. Thursday-(Bible Class for ndults.) Sunday-Tea Tree Creek, ll ; South Grafton, 7.30 p.m.-Kev. ; F. E. Haviland. " Sunday, 13-Upper Coldstream, ll-Rev. F. E. Haviland. Sunday-There will be no services throughout tho pcri_h. Tuesday-Taraba, S-Rev. R. J. V:son. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUKCn. Sunday-Grafton, Mass at S and ll. Benediction, 3.o0. Vespers, 7.30. Mase every morning at 7. Friday-Ste tions of the Cross, 7.30. South Grafton, Friday and Satur day-Mass at 7.30. Friday-Stations of the Cross at 7.30. Sunday-Brushgrove, Mass at ll. PRESBYTERIAN CQUROII OF NEW SOUTH TVALE3. . Sunday-Grafton, ll and 7-Eev. A. Barron. Sunday-South Arm, ll; Ulmarra, 3; Coldstream, 7. - Rev. J. E. Browne, ?unday-Maclean, ll ; Chatsworth, 3-Hov. J. Burg' r. '? PRESBYTERIAN cntJBCn OF EASTERS AUSTRALIA. . Sunday - Grafton, Gaelic at 1...

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What is to be Done in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

What is to be Done in Egypt BOTH Lord Carnarvon and Sir Samuel Baker are, in different ways, asking the samo pertinent question, and so making themselves to some extent ,. ' the spokesmen of the British people. In the*,'* * House of Lords the former called attention to tho # state of affairs in Egypt, and attacked the vacilla- tion which he declared characterised our policy.« No ono knows what wc intend to do-least of all Lord Carnarvon. He sketched out five courses ns open to us : Evacuation, the handing of the country over to Turkey, remaining as we are and drifting, remaining as we are and providing for the defence of the frontier, or declaring our intention to stay in Egypt indefinitely, and proceeding to administer the country as we administer India, Lord Salis- bury's reply was a pretty conclusive indication that we shall remain as we are. Certainly we shall not ignore the obligations we are, under to leave the country at the earliest possible moment. That the Government do no...

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HORSE BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

HORSE BREEDING. " I WAS greatly impressed," writes a corres- pondent to the Pastoralist, " at the fine display of coaching stallions at the Agricul- tural Exhibition just over. How is it with sires of this description in New South "Wales, we have not a better stamp of horses? Breeders do not pay enough attention to the selection of mares when they are forming a stud. A beginner will perhaps give as high as four hundred guineas for a sire, and put him to mares that would not bring a £5 note in the open market, expecting their progeny to be fine upstanding horses, fit for gentle j men's hackneys, or carriage pairs for the ] Indian market. Hence the disappointment attending nearly all who take to horse breeding as a business. What is wanted by a beginner is a good coaching stallion of undoubted pedigree. A new hand should always be particular on this point, as sires without number are offered for sale, got by a blood-horse out of a half-bred draught mare, perhaps a fine shapely horse t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Alf ANECDOTE BY THE " G.O.M."-It is com- monly snpposed that Mr. Gladstone is quite incapable of telling a good story, but he can sometimes cap a tale with the best of them (says a correspondent of a London paper). On one occasion at a dinner party there was some talk of the Duke of Cambridge's rather powerful vocabulary. " Yes," said Mr.'Glad- stone, " the Duke is strong, but he is nothing to his uncles. There was the Duke of Cumberland, for instance, who used to take away people's characters in the most original and alarming way. He was asked to request the Archbishop of Canterbury to move the rejection of the first bill for the abolition of Church rates. Off he went with the commission and returned much excited. Being rather deaf, he habitually spoke at the top of his voice, so he cried .out to a, company of grave and reverend members of the House of Lords. ' The Archbishop says he will be devoted to everlasting fire, but he'll move the rejection of the bill.'" 1 need scarcely ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

John See ft Co.'s Shipping Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. The 8.8. Australian, Captain R. Affleck, for Sydney every WEDNESDAY MORN- ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton every SATURDAY 3ÏIGHT, at 9 o'clock. The '8.8. Helen nicoll, Captain R. A. Fraser, for Sydney every SATURDAY MORNING --at 7.30 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every TUESDAY NIGHT, at S o'clock. FARES-Saloon, single ... £2 0 0 return ... 3 10- 0 Steerage.£1 each way. _ JOHN SEE ASP CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DKOGHEES. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, 1st July, ] OUR DROGHERS WILL HUN AS FOLLOWS. "«;-;'. l?ergev«rance. MONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's | Island, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. "WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Unka and Yamba if necessary) : v returning Friday. liorna. .On and after THURSDAY, 26th instant, and until j - further notice, the Lorna will leave on 'MONDAYS .For Ramornie 'TUESDAYS....:. For Copmanhurst ] ' WEDNESDAYS. For...

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Upper Orara Farmers and Miners Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Upper Orara Farmers and Miners Progress Association. Â MEETING of the Association was held at Mr. Rudder's on Saturday, to consider the report of the Secretary on his mission to Sydney on behalf of the Association, to lay before the Government local requirements. Mr. H. Parry occupied the chair. The Secretary submitted some correspondence from the Works Department, dealing with particu- lars of moneys expended on the Fernmount-Graf ton road during the years 1886,1887, and 1888. Also, a letter from the Postmaster-General, stating that before the application for extended postal services could be decided on, the Postal Inspector would visit the neighbourhood to report. The SECBETABY stated, with regard to his mission to Sydney, that he believed he had been very suc- cessful. The application he had made for £10,000 for improvements on the roads of the Orara had been met by the Minister for Works in a - very generous spirit. Mr. Bruce Smith said he had made very careful enquiries with re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Professions JJ A MIL TO ST FI S HEB, licensed Surveyor mic er REAL PROPERTY ACT, VICTOEIA-STEEET (opposite Court-honse.) PBIVATE SUBDIVISIONS. Flans of all kinds and descriptions prepared promptly AGENT FOE GRAFTON, CASINO, AND LISMOEE _MB. J. H. MUNRO._ EIL LON AND .LAMAN, SOLICITORS, kc, PBINCE-STKEET, GRAFTON. M ME. MEILLON, Commissioner for affidavits of the Supreme Courts of New South Wales and Victoria. A member of the Firm attends at MACLEAN every Thursday, and will attend courts at Ulmarra and Lawrence if retained. MONEY TO LEND at lowest current rates of interest on approved security. JORRIE AND M'GUREN, AXIOBXEÏS, SOLICITORS AND CONVEYANCERS, GRAFTON. F. Norrie, Commissioner of Affidavits Supreme | Courts of New South Wales and Queensland. For the convenience of clients on the Lower Clarence, one of the firm will attend at MACLEAN EVERT THURSDAY. Also attend Quarter Sessions and District Courts at Casino and Lismore. E G IIoncHT lt. OoxAmsox, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR and PROCTO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

Sixes of the Season. T IO STAND THIS SEASON AT MACLEAN, the Pure-bred IMPORTED CLEVE- LAND Stallion AMAX (late Surprise.) AMAZEMENT (G93) is a beautiful bay with black points, stands over 1G 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 Eog 3and (55.) . g dam by Master George, 203 Kg dam by Kosberry, 259 ggg dam by Forrester, 188 g sire Prince Frederick, 231 * " ? gg sire Emperor, 5C2 ' ggg sire Salesman, 273 gggg sire Salesman, 271 ggggg sire Drover, 01, winner of fonr first prizes BgBBgg sire Topsman, 321 Kgggggg sire Luck's A1I,; 178 gggggggg sire PloBühboy, 418 SgggggEgg sire Bay Eichmond, 373 Amazement is the most fashionably bred horse of Iiis class which ever left England, and was awarded áh-Bt prize (£10) as the yearling at the Yorkshire show, held at Sheffield in 18S6. TERMS-Per mare.£» ?S. First-class paddocks provided and every care -taken of mares ; but no responsi...

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The "Waste of Modern Life. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 October 1889

The "Waste of Modern Life. THERE is a most interesting article in the new number of the Quarterly Review upon waste. The subject, says the writer, is important, for, " were we involved in a great war, the cost would be at least £200,000,000 annually, and Englishmen should make, at frequent intervals, a strict inquiry into the amount and disposition of their social income and expenditure ; so that, bv deliberate economy, instead of hasty sacrifice, this annual £200,000,000 may be saved to pay the cost of a defensive war." The sun, he goes on to say, the great originator and support of life, should be regularly followed in its daily course. But good society repudiates the day-time that is made for healthful exercise and chooses night-time for its recreation. "Working days begin from four to six hours later than the average daylight, and extend as many corresponding hours into night. The folly is entirely wanton ; no resemblance of a reason can be given for it, and the tax on the commu...

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