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Political and Social Letter. [WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR THE EXAMINES.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Political and Social Letter. J [WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOB THE EXAMINES.] AFTER a debate lasting three dajs, the motion of the PREMIER that Mr. JOHN DAVIES should be paid £1100 of the public money for his services as Chairman of the Casual Labour Board, was carried. This Is a fitting sequel to the conduct of that Board. It squandered tens of thousands of pounds in the most shameful manner, and now the Gov- ernment and their supporters have rewarded its chief by paying him a3 much as is paid to the Prime Minister. The vote is equivalent to an act of robbery, and the members who approved it should not be allowed to act in the Legislative Assembly. If it be contended that John Davies should be paid for his services, the payment ought to have been made by the owners of the Hornsby property that was improved by the unemployed, and by the owners of the Holt-Sutherland estate. Sir Henry fought hard to get the money for Davies. I am sincerely glad that the opportunity was seized to give that acc...

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Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Road. Contracts. SPECIFICATIONS for the undermentioned works on roads are ou view at the Court-house : Kangaroo Creek-Glenreagh Hoad. - 9!)0 yards clearing and formation iu side cutting and embank- ment, and four stone causeways between McGill's and Middle Creek. Kangaroo Creek Road.-132 yards clearing side cutting and draining; 14 yards embankment, metalling and blinding ; second-class culvert, stone causeway south of Perretfs ; 110 yards formation in cutting and embankment ; 110 yards metalling and blinding, and stone causeway, in Hawthorne's lane. Solferino Road.-704 yards, forming, metalling, and blinding, from end of metal near Maurice's (Mountain View) northwards. Corinda Road.-200 chains clearing one chain wide, from Morris' Hill to 5th mile. The Weather.-A hot and dry westerly wind blew all day on sunday, which so far has been the hottest day of the season. Yesterday the wind blew strong from the west. The registered rain- fall for the following places for yesterday were Tam...

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Ulmarra. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Ulmarra. j MOKDAY. Public Wharf. -Improvements arc being made to the Public wharf aud shed, the first having been all tarred and the latter fresh painted, whilst flooring is to be laid down in thc shed. I would suggest that, at the same time that seats be run round the shed a3 at Grafton, for the convenience of the public awaiting steamers. This step might possibly prevent the pigstye usage which, I must say, bids fair to become a permanent nuisance, unless some protection be afforded the wharf in the shape of a caretaker. Tile Weather.-The weather forecast pre- dicting heavy winds along the Australian coast, seems to have been accurate enough. A very high I wind arose last night, and has continued since, rather increasing in force than abating. Clouds of dust obscure the air, rendering things extremely ! unpleasant, alike for pedestrians and shopkeepers, j It is, however, to be hoped that the storm will not last the full three days predicted. Cemetery.-The Council have at length de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Fact and Rumour. Earthquake at Macleay. Flying-foxes becoming troublesome. Queensland Government crisis imminent. Blaine presides at Pan-American Congress. The London wool market is very firm in tone. Russia is about to issue a huge conversion loan. Concert at Lawrence School of Arts this evening. Town and Country Bank, S.A., to be resurrected. Up to yesterday 250 dogs were registered at Graf- ton. Ordination service at the Cathedral on Sunday last. O'Connor wishes to row Searle for £2000, in America. Mr. Garvan stonewalling the Appropriation Bill for 2 i hours. Ball and supper at Little Paradise Gardens on Friday evening. Large dealing in Mount Morgan shares have taken place in London. The Bishop of Grafton and Armidale purposes leaving Grafton to-morrow. Flower Show to-morrow and following day. Exceptionally good entries-1025. The Congress of American nations has com- menced its sittings at Washington. Mr. O'Sullivan has handed the Opposition whip ship over to Mr. Howe and Mr. Sch...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAT MORNING, OCTOBER 8TH, 1889. COST OF PROTECTION AND THE SUGAR INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

THE Clarence und Richmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] TVESDAT MoBNISG, OCTOBER 8TH, 1S89. .COST OF PROTECTION AND TUE SUGAR INDU STU Y. THE Hon. J. H. CABBUTHEBS spoke on Tuesday night last on the " Cost of Protection," being the addresB which, previously attempted, had been suppressed by the turbulence of eome of the audience. Amongst other forms of cost submitted, .was that of the sugar industry, of which he thus spoke : " Take the much-lauded sugar industry. There were employed in the sugar mills 264b" people, who, as a rule, worked half the year, making it equal to 1323 employed full time, and on full wages. There were 200 men employed the whole year in the sugar refineries, making the total 1523 employed during the whole year." Now, we think it is just as well, although Mr. CARRUTHERS is at the head of the Education Department, to say that he is lacking in much useful knowledge, or he ingeniously uses figures to make the worst appear the better cause. In thiB case he takes t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Special Advertisements. piASOPORTE TUNING Mr. H. C. -Cliff lei" is now in Graf ton and district, for the purpose of Tuning Pianofortes and Organs, &c. Orders left at the Freemasons' Hotel will be attended to. W. H. PALING Axn CO., LTD. H. PALING AND CO., LIMITED, (Established 1853). . The leading and cheapest house fm- Pianos, Organs and Music, and all kinds of Musical.Instruments. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. ISP AGENCY AT Mn. HE SKY JORDAN'S, Criterion Hall, Grafton, where every information,may ba obtained and sam- ples seen. Illustrated catalogues and^rice lists on application. AST and PRESENT AUSTRALIAN LIFE, 2/6 What Lovers Onght to Know, l/4d by post Young Ladies' Journal for October MUSICAL MAGAZINE, containing 70 pieces of Dances, Songs, Pieces, Glees, &c, 2/- ; post 2/3 CHRISTMAS CARDS-for beauty, variety, cheap- ness, surpass former years. G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Grafton. QTJAHTEHLX AiC.eO.TJNTS. The ACCOUNTS connected with the office of this i...

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Prize Essay Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

. Prize Essay Scheme. SENIOR SECTION.-Subject: Tba journeying of the Children of Israel through the "Wilderness, from the Red Sea to the Jordan. PRIZES. Mary Cameron. Maclean... .. ... 175 Lilian M'Kay, Graf ton .. ... .. 175 CERTIFICATES OP HONOUR, passed with high distinction. Lizzie Cameron, Maclean .. .. 150 Piora E. M-Lean, Maclean ... .. 150 Hannah Bankin, Maclean .. ..150 CERTIFICATE OF HONOUR. Margaret Spalding, Grafton .. ... 125 JUNIOR SECTION.-Subject: The Life of Joshua. CERTIFICATES OF HONOUR. Samuel M'Kay, Grafton .. .. .. 140 Louisa Garven, Maclean ... .. ... 123 Edith Barron, Grafton ... ... .. 121 John Shearer,Maclean .. .. .. 112 S. M'Phee, Ulmarra .. ... .. 106 The list of awards occupy five columns space, from which we have taken these in the North Coast districts.

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Quarterly Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Quarterly Returns. THE following are the collections at the Lands office for the quarter just closed : Auction deposits.£203 13 2 CP. deposits. 790 10 9 CP. instalments. 112 S 7 CP. balance and deed fee. 29 ll 0 CL. deposits. 10 9 5 CL. renewals . 109 12 10 Annual lease rents......... 38G 5 3 Timber licenses. 92 5 0 Lithographs. 3 9 0 Subdivision fee . 3 17 0 Improvements under Section -ll. -IS 15 0 Registration fee. 18 15 0 Stamp duty..,. .18 4 0 Parchments. 5 12 6 £1929 5 7 The following were registered at Grafton for last quarter :-Births, males 36, females 44 : total 80. Deaths, 20 males and 8 females ; total 2S. Mar- riages 18. The following were posted at the Grafton office last month-Letters, inland 24.035, foreign 602 ; packets, inland 4300, foreign 276 ; newspapers, in- land 23,044, foreign 407. The number of telegraphic messages transmitted through the Grafton office last quarter was 44G8, and 4034 were issued. At the South Grafton office last month there were posted 345S ...

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Junior Catechism. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Junior Catechism. Division A. Candidates between ll and 14 years. PEIZES. Henrietta M'Kinnon, Maclean ... ... 195 Annie Buchanan, Ulmarra .. ... 194 Georgs Blackie, Grafton... ., ..191 Eva Miachlan, Ulmarra .. .. 1S9 Allan M'Kinnon, Maclean .. ... 182 LouisaM'Phee, Maclean.. .. ... ISO CERTIFICATES OF HONOUR, passed with, high distinction. Louisa Garvan, Maclean . .. .. 178 Agues E. Sherlock, Wyrallah .. ..170 Helen Fraser, Maclean .. .. ..167 CERTIFICATES OF HONOUK. Henry T. Chisholm, Wyrallah ... .. 145 James Boas. Maclean .. ... .. 142 Hilda Hart, Maclean ... .. ... 125 Celia Petersen, Maclean .. .. ... 125 Wm. W. Mallett, Wyrallah ... ... 114 David Shearer, Maclean .. .. ..100 Division B. Candidates under ll years. PEIZES. Jeannie M'lean, Maclean ... ... 200 Douglas M-Alpin, Grafton ... .. 200 Eli2abeth M'Phee. Maclean .. ..195 Annie M'Intyre, Maclean .. ..194 Isabel M. Morrison, Maclean .. ..193 Emma Bale, Maclean .. .. ..ISO CERTIFICATES OF HONOUR. John H. Garven, Maclean .. ....

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Grafton Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Grafton Small Debts Court. YESTERDAY, before the P.M. Grafton Lighting Co. v. C. T. von Bentzen, claim of £818a.3d, for gas supplied. Verdict for amount, which was admitted, and 5s costs. Mr. Donaldson for delendant. P. Walker v. James M'Lean, claim of £9 for rent of paddock. The amount was paid since proceed inga were taken, less costs 4s Cd, and for these a verdict was given. W. J. Campbell v. M. Barr, claim of £1 12s 3d for goods supplied. Debt admitted. Verdict for amount, and costs to be paid in a month. Mrs. White v. Mrs. P. Manning.-The Bench held that defendant being a married woman, her husband must be sued, and non-suited plaintiff. C. T. von Bentzen v. Arthur Whyman, claim of £2 Gs Gd for goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff, and Da co3t?. WILLIAM LUCAS V. DAVID PINKEBTON. . Claim of £8 11s Gd, for carriage of building material to Dalmorton. Mr. M'Guren for plaintiff", Mr. Laman for defendant. Items in the claim to the amount of £5 lGs lOd were admitted. The evidence of the ...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Lismore, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Lismore. Mondav. THE rope of the punt at Chatsworth broke to-day and in consequence a coach had to be sent from Woodburn for the Sydney mails. The mails only left there at 4.15 p.m. People here have quite lost all reliance in mails by that route. The new service, via Tenterfield, commences this week. _ Our Late Message.-Owing to an inter ioption in the line yesterday and last evening, we were obliged to go to press without our usual telegrams.

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Armidale. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Armidale. THURSDAY. RAILWAY SURVEY.-The engineer appointed to make a survey of the line from Guyra to the Coast has arrived and commence'! work. Many here are favourable to this route being adopted. AN OLD NEWSPAPER.-At the Rocky, an issue of the Exjiress turned up the other day, of date 7th May, 1859. It contains a requisition to Mr. E. M. Ryan, of your city, from a number of former settlers of the Clarence, asking that gentleman to allow himself to be nominated for that electorate. VOTES.-£1000 special vote for the local Fire Brigade has passed the Assembly ; also £100 for the P. and A. Society, and £60 for the Armidale Rifle Company. MINING.-A crushing of 66 ton3 of stone at Baker's Creek, North, averaged 2Jozs. to the ton. Good news has been received from Enmore, and a good find is reported from a spot three miles we3t of Enmore Proprietory claim, gold showing freely in the stone. At a reef two miles from Bear Hill promising prospects have been obtained, and ten tons are to be s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

In Consumption Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate. Dr. A. G. Rawson Harris, L.B.O.P. and M.R.C.S., " The Elms," Pembroke, Eng., says :-" I adminis- tered it with the best resnlts in a case of phthisis, first stage. The symptoms were very unfavourable; great derangement of the digestive and nervous systems, very little sleep, and no appetite ; the patient herself had lost all hope, being of a fatal- istic tendency of mind, and the results were all the more gratifying." In spite of his declaring in his schedule that he possessed reliable assets worth only £10, Mr. Frank Farnell was returned unopposed for Central Cum- berland, General Notices A. SAUNDERS, WATCHES ! WATCHES > HAYE NO EQUAL in price or quality. Most dur- able, and first-class timekeepers. Send for price list, FOST FBEE. S13 «EORGC-STREJET, NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION, SYDNEY Factories-Liverpool, England. Everything Guaranteed, and sent Vost Free at Half the Colonial Prices. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. I ENGLISH LEVER, f...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Commercial. ANUÜBER.OÍ sales are announced for the week. To-morrow Mr. "W. Goodger will submit at Ulmarra 70 head of mixed cattle and several head of horses, also allotment, with cottage. On Thursday Messrs. Hawthorne and Small will hold a sale of horses and cattle at South Grafton. On Thursday Mr. Munro will submit at South Grafton, 370 head of various descriptions of stock from Buccarumbi, and 70 store " bullocks? from Buccarumbi. On Friday (in con-: junction -with Messrs. Hawthorne and Small) he. *. Avilt-offer four allotments at South Grafton, and on ?.*"' Saturday Mr. Munro will submit a consignment of vehicles of various descriptions, saddlery and harness. To-morrow Mr. H. Maurice will sell a quantity of chaff. The stock sales of the week are the largest of the season, but there should be no difficulty in placing the drafts, as feed is abundant. Fears are apprehended, however, of the caterpillar nuisanoe, which is playing havoc iu parts of the district with grass. Make ia stil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

North Coast Railway.-At Taree much surprise is expressed at the Minister for Works not mentioning the North Coast Railway in the pro- posals now under consideration. While the entrances to the Northern rivera are neglected such a railway must be self-supporting. The public fully expected that the first instalment of the rail- way, at any rate as far as the Manning, would have been included in this year's proposals. THE PARIS EXHIBITION.-The utmost ridicule has been caused by the manner ia which the prizes have been allotted in connection with the Paris Exhibition. They have been distributed with so lavish a hand aa to have become quite oommon, and therefore valueless. Among 1000 English Exhibitors, no fewer than nine hundred prizes have been allotted, and the colony of Victoria has been dealt with in a similarly liberal manner. In read- ing the awards, special prominence was given to the colonies, the prizes obtained by Australia being announced before those given to Great Britain. ...

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Ordination Service at the Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

(f Ordination Service at the j V Cathedral. Os Sunday Bis Lordship the Bishop of Grafton and Armidale admitted Mr. David J. Garland to the order of Deacon, and the Rev. Robert Julius Moxon to the order of Priesthood. The service commenced by singing the 352 hymn, after which the Bishop announced the order of the service. He .delivered a most impressive sermon, in which he referred to the duties and offices of Deacon and Priest, and how necessary these orders are in the church. HÍB Lordship forcibly explained that they were not to be regarded as mere preachers (pulpit worship being too prevalent now-a-days), but as the spiritual shepherds, having the spiritual care of the welfare of men. Services should not be con- verted into pnlpit worship, which is in itself a form of idolatry ; but the occasion for rendering prayer and praise to God. After the sermon, Psalm 132 (" Lord, remember David ") was sung. The Yen. Archdeacon presented the candidates, and joined in- the "laying on of. han...

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Sporting. The Marvel Episode. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Sporting. The Marvel Episode. Is an article headed as above, the Referee deals at length with the recent disqualification of Messrs. R. E. de Lopez, Vi. Noud, and the colt Marvel ; and the subsequent refusal of the A.J.C. to grant W. J. Noud a trainer's license. We extract the lead- ing points from the article : " Altogether the case appears to be a very com- plicated one, but the i.ea of Messrs. Want and M'Namara taking the part they did in opposition to the defendants, after being engaged to pro- secute them in the Supreme Court, should never have been allowed.If Mr. Monaghan did not believe thc colt was positively sold, as he avows, he was perfectly justified in resorting to law for its delivery, but he played a thoroughly un-English part in divulging a secret which had been imparted to him, after allowing the matter to remain in abeyance for months. His silence up to the time of letting out the secret to the committee made him equally culpable. So far as Noud was concerned it mu...

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Entrance to the Richmond River. Proposed Improvements. Report by the Public Works Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Entrance to the Richmond River, j Proposed Improvements. Report by the Public Works Committee. THE Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works have now completed their inquiry into the Richmond River improvement works, as recom- mended by Sir John Coode, aud their report on the subject was laid ou the table of the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday morning. The committee report ia favour of carrying ont these works, with the proviso that the northern breakwater shall be constructed first. The proposed improvements are those already placed before Parliament in a report by Sir John Coode, and they are required in con- sequence of the uncertain nature of the channel at the entrance of the Richmond River, and the tendency, under present conditions, of the sand bar at the entrance of the river to become dangerous in heavy weather. Owing to the peculiar nature of the entrance to the Richmond River, it is considered necessary, in any permanent improvement, to pro- vide for four importa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

John See dt Co.'s Shivping Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. The S.S. Australian, Captain R. Affleck, for Sydney every WEDNESDAY MORN ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton every SATURDAY NIGHT, at 9 o'clock. The S.S. 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 AND CO. J"OHN SEE AND CO.'S DROGHEES. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, 1st Joly, OUR DROGHERS WILL BUN A8 FOLLOWS. Perseverance. MONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's . - - Island, and Harwood f returning Tuesday. "WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Iluka and Yamba if necessary) ; returning Friday. liorna. On and after THURSDAY, 26th instant, and until farther notice, the Lorna will leave on MONDAYS. For Ramornie TUESDAYS. For Copmanhurst "WEDNESDAYS. For Copmanhurst THURSDAYS.For ...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

V ÏVlKTi'.OKOtOGiï* Aï.. Rainfall np to ?Thermometer Fahrenheit 9 a.m. ?Mínimum. Minimum. inches. ss 3. SI- 'S . 87 co- so- -co- ns- 48 Mean average. ~S7G "53' -05 NOTE.-As the register is taken at 9 a.m. every day, the »hove applies to the previous-21 hours.

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