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

I Departmental Report. I IN Mr. Lee's recent speech at Tenterfield he quoted the following document, some of the contents of which will not only be new, but startling to many of our readers :- I Memorandum to the Engineer-in-Chief for Harbours and Rivers. Subject :-Visit of Inspection of Tweed, Bruns- wick. Richmond, and Clarence Rivers, and Byron Bay Districts. I submit herewith for your information a report on my recent tour of inspection over the districts in the immediate neighbourhood of the rivers Tweed, Brunswick, Richmond, and Clarence, and Byron Bay. I arrived at the Tweed Heads on the 18th April, and met Messrs. Eddy and Oliver, Rail- way Commissioners, and Mr. Ewing, MP., on the following morning. I gathered from Messrs. Eddy and Oliver that they were impressed with the fertility of the country between the Richmond and the Tweed, and that it oniy wanted to be ODened up and connected with a market to make it one ol the most thriving- districts in the Colony. The question a...

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

Tyndale. MONDAY. Ia Reply.-In Tuesday's Examiner 1 noticed a letter signed " W. M'Gregor jun.," in which the writer says he wishes to correct a misstatement in your Tyndale correspondent's report re public meet- ing held on Kith September. To allow such to go without being contradicted would not only cast a slur on the meeting, but evidently leave an impres- sion on the minds of the readers of the Tyndale correspondence, that the writer was not particular as to how he put things before the public. Mr. G. Watson, when submitting his resolution, was asked by Mr. W. M'Gregor jun. .' Do I understand that you mean from Brushgrove to Maclean"? Mr. Watson unwittingly said "' Yes 1" After a few interjections from different persons, it was inferred from Mr. M'Gregor that he meant all along the river bank from Brushgrove to Maclean. To this Mr. Watson gave an emphatic " No !" asserting that it was perfectly understood that the point of dis- cussion was poition of the South Arm-Brushgrove Macl...

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

Masonic Lodge at Ulmarra.-The dedica- tion of a Masonic Lodge at Ulmarra will take place on Thursday evening, at which it is anticipated there will be a large attendance of the craft. The opening ceremony will be conducted by one of the Grand Lodge officers, deputy Grand Secretary Bro. Toomey. For the convenience of Grafton visitors the s s. Lurline has been engaged to run to Ulmarra, returning after the ceremuny. Revocation of Temporary Reserves. The folio wing reserves have been revoked-65 acres, county Fitzroy, parish of Tallawadjeh, fronting Tallawadjeh Creek, and adjoining portions 3G, 51 and 21. 3903 acres, parish Nullum, being part of reserve 250, included within measured portion of 10 to 61, inclusive, besides other adjacent Crown lands, on the bank of Doon Doon Creek, and front- ing the main road from Lismore to the Tweed, and the South Arm of the Tweed River. 10 acres, same parish at Grass Tree Flat, 35-mile tree Lismore Tweed road. 2 roods 21 perches, parish West Fair- fi...

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

w _Wanted_ 7 ANTED, a Good GENERAL SERVANT for " Casino. Apply to Mrs. E. M. RYAN, Grafton ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. T. H. WILSHIRE, Maud-street. w ANTED, MEN, to break stone. Apply at once to J. D. PERRETT, South Grafton. w ANTED, a Lâ.D who can ride young horses. I C. G. TINDAL, Ramornie. w w ANTED, a PLOUGHMAN. Constant em ployment. P. WALKER, Palmer's Island. ANTED, good steady PLOUGHMAN.' Apply to WM. NEW'BY, Maclean. W ANTED, a good PLOUGHMAN. J. LATTI MORE, Lower Coldstream, near ferry. w w ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, for Coldstream. Apply to JAS. MACKAY, Villiers-st., Grafton. ANTED, a good COOK and GENERAL j SERVANT, at once. _F. M. C. FORSTER, Yamba. 7 ANTED, two SERVANT GIRLS-cook and housemaid. Mrs. PEOPLES, Clare Castle Hotel, Maclean, WANTED, a middle aged woman for a farm as HOUSEKEEPER, and to look after child- ren. Apply J. O'KEFFFE. ANTED, by an English widow, SITUATION as Housekeeper. No objection to business. Educated, and of {rood address. _"ANGLAI...

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Tattersall s Pedestrian Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Tattersall s Pedestrian Handicap. THE following distances have been allotted for this event, to take place on the racecourse on Saturday afternoon. Accep'anees close at noon on day of race with the Promoters ; and divisions will be declared one hour later. The event will be run off under Sir Joseph Banks' rules, and those who intend competing had better make themselves thoroughly acquainted therewith previous to day of race. We are requested to state that the first man only in each division will be eligible to start in run off and final heats. A. livingstone, Welburn. 9 A. E. Green, Grafton.10 A. A. Brown,Grafton.... ll M. Quinn, Alumny Creek. 12 Joe Brown, Coaldale .... 12 W. Campbell, Ulmarra .. 12 G. Coulter, Ulmarra .13 T. Wolseley, Graf ton .... 13 T. Duncan, Glenreagh.13 A. Hughes, Ulmarra _13 E. Allen, Ulmarra .13 H. Boehm, Grafton.14 M. Sherry, Brushgrove ... 14 T. D'Arcy, Grafton.14 J. Eerily, Grafton.15 A. Waghorn, Grafton.15 J. Malley, Grafton .15 T. Malley, Grafton .15 J...

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Saturday's Cricket Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 8 October 1889

Saturday's Cricket Matches. WARWICKS V. SWAN CREEK.-These clubs met on the Oval on Saturday, and the former won by four wickets and 41 rans. Arthur Connor, for the visitors, batted successfully against several changes in the bowling, making 35 by good cricket, though he was twice missed in the field. G. M'Farlane 4, W. "Want 12, F. Bates 2, F. Paine ll, H. Jurd 1, A. Watkins 2, T. Landrigan (n.o.) 9, W. Paine. A. Gerrard, and E. Apps nil, sundries 5, total 81. Smith bowled well throughout, securing 4 wickets for 16 runs, while at the end of the innings E. Davies took the ball and made the excellent aver- age of 4 wickets for 5 runs, Bright 1 for 20, Thorne 1 for 10, Oakes 0 for 9. The feature of the game was Thome's grand not out innings for 40, going in first and not giving a chance. Nowell also made a creditable contribution of 25 not out with- out a chance, Bright 20 by free play, Hughes 12 including a 5 over the rails, Laman 2, Smith ll, Oakes and M'Farlane nil, sundries 12-tota...

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Section V.—Domestic and Fancy Work. Prize, 2s 6d in each class. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Section T.-Domestic and Fancy | Work. I Prize, 2s Gd iu each class. Judges:-Mesdames BAWDEN. BTAH, M'KITTRICK, SEB, LIPKAN, TROLLOPE, BEATSON, MAURICE, Arasene work, antimacassar. Miss Morrissey. 2 entries Arasene work, cushion. Miss Beardon and Miss H. Camp- bell divided : Miss Seller h.c 8 entries Arasene work, mantel drape. Mrs Doberer Arasene work, article not named. Miss Mary Blackie : Miss Byan h.c. 4 entries Crewel work, antimacassar. Miss F. Boss Crewel work, bracket Miss Leavy com. 3 entries Crewel work, mantel drape. Miss Leavy Crewel work, smoking cap Miss Robinson com Crewel work, slippers. Miss Liyton Crewel work, apron. Miss S. Penrose com Macramé work, bracket. Miss Boss ; Mis? A. Dixon U.c. 4 en Macramé work, mantel drape. Mrs J. F. Small Macramé work, article not named. Miss Boss

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LAUNDRY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

LAUNDRY WORK. Flannels after one or more washing. Mrs J. M'Leod. 2 en.

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Section III—Vegetables. All exhibits to be grown by exhibitor in the district. Prize, 2s 6d in each class. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Section III-Vegetables. All exhibits to be grown by exhibitor in the district. Prize, 2s 6d in each class. Judges :-Jlessrs. G. CRISPIN, W. FORD, D. DOUST, W. GULLIFORTJ. Antichokes, 1 dozen. Mr Crispin Beans, French kidney, 1 dish. Mr Thompson; Mrs C. Giese A.c. 2 entries Beans, broad, 1 dish. Mr Thompson, prise and A.c. ; Mr Arnold com. 4 entries Cabbages, 3 head. Mr Thompson ; Mr Arnold /i.e. 3 entries . Cabbages, red, 3 head. Mr Thompson Carrots, 12 roots. Mr S. See ; Mr Thompson A.c. j Mr Arnold com. 3 entries Cress, water, 3 bunches. Mr Thompson, of Trenayr Celery, t roots. Mr Thompson. 2 entries Herbs, seasoning. Mr Thompson Leeks, 6. Mrs E. Henkel Parsnips, 3 roots. Hs Sis prize md U.c. Sentries Peas, Karden. 1 dish. Mr James Eggins ; Mr Arnold ft.«. ; , ! Mr Thompson c»n». 3 entries Pampinas, table, 3. Mr James Eggins ' I Eadishes, long, 12. Mr Thompson. 3 entries ' Turnips, white, G. Mr See ; Mr Thompson h.c. Sentries Turnips. Swede; 6. Mr Arnold. 3 entries Custard Marrows...

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Section IV—Fine Arts and Miscellnneous. Prize, 2s 6d; collections, 5s. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

I Section IF - Fine Arts and Mi« I cellnneous. Prize, 2s 6d; collections, 5s. jauges-Messrs. A. W. DEAXE, J. BURT, Be V. I. HACXAT and Hr. H. V. HATS ES. Pencil Drawing, Iaudscape. Miss M'Cormack, Convent school ; Miss S. Kearney com. 6 entries Collection of Photographs. Mr J. Stevenson Collection of Sheik. Mrs John M'Leod, Woodford Leigh Collection Butterflies, Moths, Beetles, Ac Mr J. Williams Collection Mineral Ores. Mr W. J. Smith Collection Feathers. Mr Williams. 2 entries Collection Baw Silks. Miss M. Harkness and Mrs Hann divided priie. 2 entries Collection Dried Flowers. Miss Mary Hann Collection Stuffed Birds. Mr Williams Collection Seaweed. Mrs J. F. Small Collection Fancy Leatherwork. Mrs Doherer. 3 entries Collection Seaweed Work. Mrs. Winney Collection Paperwork. Miss Seller. 2 entries Artificial Flowers. Mn Hann Crystoleum. Miss Syer Crayon. Miss Nellie Kent 3 entries Carving in wood. Mr J. Williams. 2 entries Carving in bone. Mr Williams p. and A.c. Sentries Fretwork,...

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EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

EXPORTS TO 3YDNEY. Octobers.-WYEALLAfí: 7Glbag3 maize,-44 cases eges, 1Ï coops fowls/O; pi;;s, li bales wool,- 8 bags pumpkins, 135 pieces timber, and sundries. October 5.-HELEN NICOLL : 375 bag3 maize, 40 pigs, 7 kegB butter, IS packages furniture,' 27 faides^ 13 coops poultry, If.) cases eggs, .15 bags potatoes. 3(> 'jags bones, 17 bales wool, 3 cedar logs. UÎS bags sugar, 81 bags chaff, ll cases fiih, IS bags oysters." COO hardwood spokes, and 50 packages sundries. V.'EATHLR ON THE COAST.-Yesterday westerly -winds with fine weather and smooth sea. Clarence bar moderate, .Richmond bar smooth, 13 feet at high water.

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Section II—Fruits. Prize, 5s in each class. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Section II-Fruits. Prize, 5s in each class. All exhibits to be grown in the district by exhibitor. Judges:-Messrs. G. Csistts, W. FORD, D. DOUST, W. GULLIFORD. Best collection Pineapples. Mr E. E. Crispin. 1 entry Best collection Strawberries. Mr E. Arnold; Mr J. D. Thompson h. c. 2 entries Best collection Tomatoes. Mr Thompson. . 1 entry Collection not less than 12 Chilies, 6s special prize by Mrs. Duckett White. Mr Crispin. 1 entry Best collection Oranges. Mr H. V. Haynes. 1 entry Best collection Lemons. Mr Crispin; Mr Haynes/t.c. 2en.

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DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. I Bf TCLEGRAl'U. I October S.-MON"ARCE sch., crossed out at 0.50 a.m. ' October 9.-CITrOFGRAFXON, 825 tons, Captain Magee. ' Crossed out ot 3 20 p.m., and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. Passengers-Mesdames Gikson, Asher, Hiiey {'Misses' "Wooley, Asher, Risc, MorrSon, Stevens ; Messrs.-Spencer, Murray, ?Withers,1 Perry;;Griffiths, Siorrey, Wallace,-Samson, Jenkins, . Crommelin ; and 10 in the steerage. C. K. and M. :ß. S. N. Cu.. agents. ». October ' 9.-AUSTRALIAN str.. 400 tons, Captain Affleck. - Crossed out nt 9.45 p.m., and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. . Passengers-Mesdames Blake, Young j-Bishop ¡Turner, Kev. .Moxon ; Messrs. Edwell, Cameron, Blake, Masters Young (2) ; and G in the steerage. John See and Co., agents. ' October ll.-BEGA ste, with Members of Matine Board. Crossed out at 0.30 a.m.

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IN POT AND IN FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

EST POT AND IN FLOWER. ¿looieu plums, siiigie specimens uiuy. AU exniDits io nave been the bona fide property of exhibitor at least one month previousto date of entry. Judges:-Messrs. G. W. NEALE, H. A. VOLCKERS, A. V. BEXCHE, E. PA SNELL. Azalea. Mr C. E. Attwater, jirke. 2 entries Begonia. Mrs E. Harkness, first and h.c ; Mrs S. See, cain. 12 entries . Begonia, shrnbby. Mrs Harkness. 5 entries Cactus. Mr J. Cowie. 3 entries Cineraria. Mr Cowie, com. 2 entries Calceolaria. Mrs Harkness, com. 2 entries Daisies. Mrs Harkness, com. 2 entries Fuschia, single. Mrs Harkness. 2 entries Fuschia, double. Mrs Harkness. 3 entries Geranium, double white Mrs Harkness. 3 entries Geranium, scarlet. Mrs Vf. Hann, coin. 3 entries Garanium, any other variety. Mrs Hann, com. 3 entries Geranium, scarlet. Mrs Harkness. 4 entries Geranium, any other variety. Mrs Hann. 5 entries Geranium, climbing. Mr Attwater, com. 2 entries Heliotrope. Mrs Hann, com Hydrangea. Mrs K. Henkel. 3 entries Iiilium. Mr J. O....

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Shipping. ARRIVALs FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Shipping. ARRIVAL? rßOBI SYDNEY. . OctúberSr-JCORwrïiG- LIGHT «ch., crossed inat<¡:45a.m. ^-Octuiier 10.-'WYRALLAH, ctv.,1400' toas, . Captain Alley; .; Passengers-Messrs.! Lock, Linton, NV ells, Woods; andi in ' .' the steerage. Left Sydney «t-6 p:m. on;Tnesday, crossed * -i Hie bar on'Thursday at daylight, and arrived in Grafton at *;p <*. îl.!5a.m. same day. .''.'Experienced flne'weather throughout. <. '?: C. E. and M. P.. S. N. Co.. agents. rA ' October 10.-HELEN NICOLL, '100 tons, Captain ? Fraser. " Pa^engers-Miss FiBher: Messrs.'Vlies,'-Buxton,<T. Afflick, M Toomey, D-. Crowley, D. Ss», Burton;AV. Calico, P: Donald . noil, iounkman ; and 1 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 9 p.ui on Tuesday,, crossed the baron-Thursday at daylight, suit arrived in Grafton at 11:Î0 o.m. same'day. Experienced liri!- weather 'throughout. John See and Co.,agents. October 10.-BEGA str.,crossed lu at'2 p:m. Üttober 10.-COMET str. from the-Richmond.

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IN POT BUT NOT IN FLOWER. Rooted plants; single specimens. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

I IN POT BUT NOT IN FLOWER. I Booted plants ; single specimens. Judges :-Messrs. G. W. NEALB, H. A. VOLCKEES, A. V. EEKCHE, E. PARXELL. Begonia, tuberous. Sirs Hann. 4 eutries Begonia, variegated. Mrs Harkness ; Mr Attwater, fi.c. ; Miss Harkness, com. ll entries Dracena. Mrs M-Kittrick, prize and h.c. ; Mrs Burgess, h.c 3 entries Foliage Plant, variegated, to tie named. Mrs Hann Fern. Mrs E. M. Byan : Mrs M. A. Wilcox, h.c. 3 entries Gardenia. Mr Cowie. 2 entries Lycopodium. Mrs Hartness; Mrs Hann, U.c.; Miss M. Harkness, coin. 7 entries Mask. Mrs See. 3 entries Moss. Mrs Harkness. 4 entries Maranta. Mr Cowie ; Mrs Burgess, com. 5 entries Orchid, in hanging basket, to be named. Mrs E. J. Laman ; Mrs Wilcox, coin. 2 entries Fern in hanging basket, to be named. MrB Wilcox ; Mrs Byan, com. 3 entries Palm Mrs Burgess, prize and com. 4 entries Staghorn Fern. Mrs Burgess. 3 entries Sedum. Mrs Hann Thea Bohea. tea. Mrs Wilcox Collection Ferus, any variety, not less than 6. Mrs Wilcox ; Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

HorsforóVs Acid Phosphate. If you are nervous, and cannot Bleep, try it.

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Single Tax v. Protection. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Single Tax v. Protection. SIB.-A letter appeared in Tuesday's Examiner signed " Sydney E. Apsey," trying to prove to us our prosperity by adopting the Georgian Single-tax system. He (Mr. Apsey) has quoted figures, but has not calculated them. I will quote his own figures, and trust he will be satisfied. He states, for an example : " A forty-acre farm, the unim- proved value of it being £20 per acre, or £S0O ; the improved value £20 per acre, or £800." This is £1600 paid for improvements and all. I would ask Mr. Apsey what isthe annual value ? I will say £1 per acre, or £40. Let tia deduct Mr. Apsey's single tax from the annual value at the " Gd in the £, viz. £20." This will leave 2£ per cent, to the farmer on what he paid for the land, and nothing in return for £800 paid for improvements. This, together with paying the £20 taxes per annum, to handicap what he grows, is sufficient to nail his coffin, if he could buy the nails at that rate. Mr. Apsey tries to give us a sop by saying ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

FRAUDS ON DIXSOS'S CONQUEROR TOBACCO.- ! L Some tinpriacipled retailers of Tobacco are placing W . 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 eame time respectively invited to submit any doubtful purchases to Dissen and Sons, who offer a substantial reward for convincing evidence against the aforesaid offenders,-Conqueror Tobacco Works, Hyde Park.-ADV.

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Letters to the Editor. THE Editor does not bold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. SIR.-It is decidedly of great importance to this colony that its natural resources should be deve- loped. There i?, however, a tendency to depreciate anything of Colonial production, and to conclude from the mere fact that it is Colonial that it must be inferior to the imported article. It is well known that on our extended Coast line fishing grounds are abundant, and it is also agreed that the development of the fishing and fish-packing industry is exceedingly desirable. The recognition of this fact is indicated by a motion in favour of the encouragement of deep sea fishing, recently brought forward in Parliament by one of the members. It may not be known to many that an effort is already being made to pack our own coastal fish in the American style, and that already a considerable quantity has been distributed throughout the colony. Such is the case, however, and we have n...

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