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Opening of Masonic Lodge at Ulmarra. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Opening of Masonic Lodge at Ulmarra. THE fourth Masonic Lodge iu the Clarence district * was opened at Ulmarra on Thursday evening, and J is designated Lodge Ulmarra, Noi 18G. Tho mern bers of the craft mustered st ongly, and the assemblage of Masons was the largest yet seen in> the district. About 40 attended from Palmerston and Prince Leopold, Grafton, proceeding to Ulmarra by the s s. Lurline, while 15 members from Lodge Livingston ia, Maclean, came up by tho Ibis. Tho dedication ceremony was impressively performed by Bro. Toomey, Deputy Grand Lodge Secretary,, who came up speoially to open tho new lodge, assisted hythe leading officers of the three lodges named. The officers of tho new lodge installed were:-Bro. John Scott, W.M. ; Bro. N. Stick, S.W. j. Bro. T. Glissan, J.W. ; Bro. E. Cameron,Treasurer ; Bro. A. Flanders. Secretary ; Bro. J. Jurd, S.D. ; Bro. James M Callum, J.D. ; Uro. J. R. Campbell, LG. ; Bro. M. Trotter, Tyler. After the dedication had oonoluded, the brot...

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Coldstream. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Coldstream. WEDNESDAY. 1 SNAKES are unusually prvalent this season, and already many have been killed. On Saturday last a death adder was killed by Master M'Callum. I understand that this is about the first of these dangerous vipers killed directly on the A stream." M" ACCIDENT.-"While driving his team of bullocks, Wpix. Firth, through some unaccountable means, got » 'the horn of one in his mouth. One tooth was knocked out and his palate slightly gored. It seems quite a miracle that he was not very seriously injured. *. POLITICAL.-After the conduct recently in the House pf. some of the so-called National Party, surely the most rabid Protectionist would wish to be spared from such a faction, many of whom are .chiefly moved by a hungry avarice, for power, and a kleép-rooted splenetic hatred of the present Premier.

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Lawrence Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Lawrence Police Court. OK Thursday, before the P.M., and Messrs. W. McPherson and Shields, J.'s.P. George Weill, for riotous behaviour, was lined 10s and 4s lOd coats, or 24 hours. Not paid. George Smith, for notions behaviour. No appearance of defendant. Warrant to issue if he returns to the district within six months. ' John Cronin, riotous behaviour. No appearance i of defendant. Warrant to issue if he returns to the district. Henry Luke v. Herbert Eggins, wages. Infor- mation dismissed ; no jurisdiction. Bobert Hoskins v. William Kinnear, wages. Case postponed till next court. David McIntosh v. John Campbell, claim of £1 89 4d, goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed ; 6B costs. ! George Mu s to v. John Campbell, goods sold, £1 17s 8d. Verdict for £1 17s and 6s costs. Maxted v. Beale, claim of £117s 3d, goods sold. Postponed till next court. Two other caseä settled out of court.

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Lawrence. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Lawrence. THURSDAY. School Of Arts.-No better night could have been desired than that of Tuesday, and fully 100 persons attended the entertainment. Financially it was. a success, and the arrangement of the pro- gramme generally appeared to give satisfaction. The ball was Bet rolling by Mesdames Lcewenthal and M'Millan rendering the pianaforte duet "Idyller waltzes," creating a marked opening impression, upon the audience. Mr. Redfem's song "A shake of the hand" could not do otherwise than give the satisfaction which it did. Mr. H. Bale next followed with a violin solo " The challenge march," with pianoforte accompanyment by Mra. Lcewenthal, the blending of the music being par- ticularly effective. Mr. Masters' patriotic song "The Irishman," met with a most enthusiastic reception, and after repeated calls this gentleman sang to an encore a parody on " Empty is the cradle." Mr. Eedfera's song "Sweethearts and wives" brought a smile to every face ; while the recitation of Master Mnato ...

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Ulmarra. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Ulmarra. I FRIDAY. GhUïch of England.-The preparation for the bazaar in aid of the new church building ia progressing favorably. At a meeting held on thursday afternoon a goodly number ot ladies attended, who were addressed by the Rev. F. R Haviland upon several matters of importance relative to the bazaar. Among other things, a very substantial offer of assistance from Mr. T. Glissan. It was finally decided to hold the bazaar on Friday and Saturday, 6th and 7th December, being the time of fall moon before Christmas. The lady workers have made np their minds to work with renewed energies to bring the undertaking to a successful isBue. The Band turned out last night, and played choice selections in their customary efficient style, from the balcony of Mr. Hough's hotel, and the store premises of Messrs. Glissan and Co. being beautifully illuminated with Chinese lanterns, the town presented quite an unusual appearance. The Weather has been very warm to-day, and while I write a thunders...

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Section VII—Poultry, Plgreons and Cats. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

I Section VII-Poultry, Plgreons ! ^ and Cats. Poultry and Pigeons-prize 5s. Cock and Hen in each class i Judges-Messrs. T.G. HEWITT, C. M'FADDEN-, J. BEATFIELD I Game, black-breasted, red. Mr A. W. Seimon Game, any other. Mr. S. Marcolino; T. Neale, South Grafton, h.c. 3 entries Hamburgs, any other. Mr John Bratfield, Clarenza. 2 en. I Leghorns, brown. Mr S. Hill ; Mr Selman he. 3 entries ! Leghorns, white. Mr Selman prize and h.c. 2 entries I Plymouth Bocks. Mr Hill prix and h.c. ; Mr J. F. Small, j jun., coin, 4 entries Bantam, any other. Mr Francis ; Mr Hockey li.e. 4 entries Any other breed of fowls not on schedule. Mr J. "Williams I (Bumpkins). 3 entries ! Turkey, cock. Miss J. M'Lean, Carr'6 Creek [ Turkey, ben. Miss M'Lean, Carr's Creek English Goose and Gander. Mr See t DuckandDrake, Aylesbury. MrSmall, jun; MrSee/i.«. 3en Duck and Drake, Bouen. Mr E. J. Statham, 4 entries Duck and Drake, Muscovy. Mr James Eggins, Alumny Creek, prize and ft-c. 3 entries Pigeons, any other, p...

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Presentation to Mr. T. G. Hewitt. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Presentation to Mr. T. Oh Hewitt. AT the Flower Show, on Wednesday evening. Mr. T. G. Hewitt was presented with an address and a parse of sover- eigns, on the occasion of his leaving Grafton for Lismore. The circumstances conne ted with Mr. Hewitt'8 departure have been already published, as well as his valuable services as a citizen during an almost lifelong sojourn on the Clarence. The Mayor, Mr. S. See, J P., occupied the chair, and an the platform were members of the testimonial fund committee. Apologies were tendered from Messrs. A. L. M'Dougall, P.M., H. Maurice, J.P., W. Goodger, O.P., and P. L. Fraser. The MAYOR said that the occasion was a fitting one to make the presentation. They were all aware that Mr. Hewitt was a long resident of Grafton, and intimately associated with the prosperity of the Clarence for the past 38 years. He had been a resident for 46 years, and some months ago decided to leave Grafton for Lismore, the queen city of the adjoining river. It was considere...

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

Accident.-A young man named Caldwell, while kangarooing at Coaldale, on Tuesday, was run by his horse against a tree, breaking his thigh. It is said that he clung for some time to the tree, and at length fell unconscious. Dr. Forbes attended the sufferer, temporarily reduced the fracture, and recommended his removal to the hospital, whither he vas brought in a spring cart yes-erday. Rifle Club.-At a meeting of the committee of the Reserve Rifle 31ub held on Tuesday evening, it was resolved that the Club enter for the Cup offered by the Marly Company : first shooting on 9th November. Cbmpetitions for th¡3 cup will be held on each suscessive Queen's and Prince of Wales' Birthdays, till a club makes three highest scores entitling it to secure the trophy. It was resolved that ill members' match, also a second and third-class slots match, be held on 9th proximo, prizes in each case to be a Martini-Henri rifle., Trophies to vslne of 20s will be awarded as second prizes. Pariah Hoad.-It ha...

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Maclean Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Maclean Municipal Council. THE regular fortnightly meeting was held on Tuesday even- ing, when the following Aldermen were present-The Mayor, Aldermen Kyle, Schwonberg, and Koderick. CORRESPONDENCE was read and received, from Mr. J. M'FarHne,M.P., stating in reply to enquiries, that £1000 h id been voted for new Court House, £500 tor public wharf, and £400 for a pnnt at Maclean; also, that £3000 wos on the additional Estimates for removal cf Argyle reefs, and £300 for clearing Shark Creek, both of which items were now before the House, and would most likely pass within a few days, and all would be available for expenditure immediately the Appropriation Bill was passed, which must be in a few days at the furthest. An item of £1500 for new Post and Telegraph Office would be on next year's Estimates, and could not be touched until then. Another item of £400 for repairing road between Hector Cameron's and the Presbyterian Church was in the schedule for roads, but as the Minister was opp...

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Free Selections at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Free Selections at Grafton. EOBEP.T GOLLAK, Woodburn, 220 acres, county of Eichmond, parish of Evans, commencing at the most northern north-east corner of applicant's c 1. portion 34, and bounded thence south to portion 35 : thence east to portion 37 ; thence north a suffi- cient distance to contain the area; thence west ; thence south to starting noint. Deposit paid, £22, Patrick Joseph Fennessey, Tynedale, 40 ncreä, county Clarence, parish of Gulmarrad, commencing at the north-east corner of applicant's e.p. portion 129. and bounded thence by lines south io the south-east corner of applicant's cl. portion 135, parish of Tynedale : thence east ; thence west to starting point. Deposit paid, £4. CONDITIONAL LEASE. Patrick Joseph Fintessey, Tynedale, 40 acres, county Clar- ence, parish of Gulmarrad, to adjoin applicant's e.p. and a.c.p. on the north. Deposit paid, 6s Sd.

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

H. HAHDING wishes to direct attention to his accounts which have been rendered, and requests an early eettlement. Some have been owing for one or more years, and in many cases no response has been made to repeated applications for the money. In such cases legal proceedings will be taken if debts are sot soon arranged for.-ADV.

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Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. Anniversary Tea and Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Presbyterian Church of N.S.W. Anniversary Tea and Public Meeting. THE anniversary social meeting of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church was held in the schoolroom on' Wednesday evening-. Notwithstanding the counter attraction, there was a good attendance. The after meeting was held in the Church, and was presided over by Rev. A. Barron, pastor of the congregation. Revs. J. Burgess (Maclean) and Scott (Woodburn) were also present. Apologies were received from Revs. R. Inglis (Lismore), R. F. Becher and A. S. Swift. After singing, and offering of prayer by Rev. J. Burgess, the CHAIRMAN said this was his fourth anniversary in the charge, and taking a retrospect view they had much to be thankful for, and only regretted that they could not record more spiritual progress. Ministers were anxious to reap as well as to sow, but they must labour on and leave results in their Masters hands. Externally, they had erected a comfortable church to worship in, and the congregation had displayed a large...

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

Sporting. PEDESTRIAN HANDICAP.-Tho first Tatter-all's Handicap will take place on the .Racecourse thia afternoon, commencing 3 o'clock. Tbs distances alloted appear to have given general satisfaction, and we are informed thut upwards of 30 will cont pete. The nominations of John and Vi. Brown, although made in terms of the conditions advertised, were not delivered to the handicapper until after the previous list had been published ; and they bar» since been handicapped as follows :-Wellington Brown, 11yds ; John Brown, 12yds. TO-DAY'S CRICKET.-Warwicks v. Carltons (lab elevens) on the Oval. CARLTONS : Laing, Klaus, Till, Brindle (2), Henson, M'Donald, Giovanelli, Brown, Wolseley, Maxwell ; emergeney-0. Gio- vanelli. WARWICKS : Thorne, Bright, M'Farlane, Smith, Davies, Hughes, Laman, Thornton, Oakes, North and Stack.-Warwicks v. Alumny Creek (2nd elevens) upper wicket. ALUMNY CREEK t Apps, Dixon, Gray, Woods (2), W., Chas, Chris., Caleb and F. Eggins, and Smith. WARWICKS: Cameron, Cl...

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

: Abstract of Sales by Auction. ' : . TO-DAY {SATURDAY). 1U- .1. H. MUNRO, at tho Rooms, Buggies, Carts, Vans, Wag- gon, Snlky, Harness and Saddlery. Uv T. BAAVDEN, at his Rooms, Usual Weekly Sale. Aho, '.aten Chaff. Uv CONNOR ixe SHEPHEED, at 10.30, at C. R. and li- R S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Potatoes. By IC. MAURICE, nt the Residence 0f Mr. C. Pollock. BacOT' street. Household Furniture and Effects. " lt ia iufinitely less disastrous," said Judge Backhouse at the Sessions, in Sydney, " thit the name of a party should be disclosed, eyeu if it would disclose some domestic luiliappinessi than that the man iii the dock should be sent TUESDAY. Special Advertisements. . H. PALING AND CO., LIMITED, The leading and cheapest house for Pianos. Organs and Mnsic.-ssd all kinds of Musical! Instrumente. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. gaTAGESTCY AT Mit. HEXRY JORDAN'S, Criterion Hall, Grafton, where every information may be obtained ansi sam- ples seen, illustrated catalogues and price ifet...

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

Commercial. -THE stoat; sties on the-South sido have : been .the chief attraction of the week,.and,nearly every yard offered was sold. There was a good attendance, and though jfeir prices were realised, they .weie scarcely -.up to expectations in . others. Some glaziers are ancious as,to the spread, of : the. cater- pillar pest, and are cautions in ^purchasing too laigely,andthisaffected thesales. .Feed,however,is not yet scarce, bet would be improved by a fall, of ruin*. A,number of horses were quitted through the yards, but the market would not stand heavy drafts at present. Talues . of city .property in certain positions >are .slightly imprcved. Three portions were selected on Thursday. The maize market is still steady..wiih moderate ariivals. Those at the early part of the week, were: -From the ' : Clarence...".1(33G bags Port Macquarie and Bellinger... 18.42 Macleay..,. 1250 .New.Zealand.,. £ti)9 Manning......,,,.,,,,.810 Otichmond. Z5 lu Melbourne on Tuesday maize was sslli...

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Echoes and Opinions. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Echoes and Opinions. j WE cannot congratulate out ocrreapondent (Mr. H."V. HATNKS) upon his apparent attempt to set np a difficulty between the farrcers and the Agri oclitural Society. We fear that Mr. Haynes is not .enttrelydif'/ait in the working -tx-organisation of the Agricultural Society. The Society, if estab- lished foranything, was for tie advantage of the agricultural community. Certainly not for the advantage of those upon whom falls the labour of cerrying'Otf the work. What ia wanted fn connec- tion with «the work of the Society, whether it ie in respect to ploughing matches or any other branch, . ia greater unity amongst the people generally. Mr. Haynes would not encourage this beneficial system of mutual «id and wholesome competition. He apparently would set up rival coteries of farmers in every part of the district, for ifche purpose of conducting their little ploughing oatches and still smaller shows all to themselves. We believe&this is not the wist of the fa...

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

Home Rule.-Sir T. G. Esmonde, one o! the Irish Delegates, addressed a meeting in the Theatre Royal last evening in the interests of the Irish Evicted Tenants' Fund. There wa3 an attendance of about 250, among whom were a number of ladies. The s.s. Ethel brought up a contingent from Cowper, Brushgrove and Ulmarra. Mr, D. Beatson, J.P., occupied the chair, and Sir Thomas delivered a stirring address on the subject, full particulars of which will appear next week. At its conclusion, Mr. J. H. Munro proposed " That a subscription list be now opened in aid of the movement for Home Rule for Ireland." Seconded by Mr. E. M. Ryan, J.P., and supported by Mr. G. Foott, and carried unanimously. After this, sub- scriptions oame in freely. Upwards of £75 was sub:tribed, in addition t? the takings for admission. Graf con Council.-The usual meeting of the Borough Council was held yesterday evening. All the Aldermen were present except Aldermen Beat- son, Campbell and Alderson. Correspondence was de...

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

BIRTH. MCPHAIL.-At Grafton, on 8th instant, the wife of ARCHIBALD M'PHAIL of a son. MARRIAGE. BAWDEN-BRACKENREG.-On the 27th Sept., at Christ Church Cathedral, Grafton, by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Graiton and Armidale, assisted by the Venerable Archdeacon Greenway, THOMAS TREFUSIS, second surviving son of Thomas Bawden, of Grafton, to MABEL ADA, seventh daughter of the late Charles J. Brackenreg, of West Maitland. DEATH. GARRETT.-On October 1, at the residence of his sorrowing-parents, BENJAMIN, the much beloved son of Robert and Annie Garrett ; aged 18 years and 6 months. After a short and distressing illness. IN MEMORIAM. BROWN.-In affectionate remembrance of my dearly beloved mother, Mrs. ISATTA BROWN, who died at South Grafton, October 12, 1888. Inserted by her daughter, A. E. Layton. It is hard to part with yon, dear mother, But God's will must be done ; And that we know we must content To lose you from our home.     We must not let our co...

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Woolgoolga, Corinda, and Moonie Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Woolgoolga, Corinda, and Moonie Progress Association. THE usual monthly meeting was held on 5 th inst. Mr. C. Taylor in the chair. There was a large attendance. The Secretary reported that the Marine Board had decided upon withholding the anchor and buoy for Woolgoolga, pending the receipt of a reasonable offer from some vessel for its shipment, as they con- sidered the demand of £50 by the owners ot the Alice (s.) an exhorbitant one. Resolved that the Secretary write stating that the Association concur in the Board's opinion respecting the unreasonableness of the charge, and that the matter had better remain in abeyance pending a more suitable offer. Moved by Mr. KELLY, seconded by Mr. BOYLE,   and agreed,-"That parish maps of Woolgoolga and the Moonie be exhibited at the Woolgoolga hotel, free of charge to the public." Moved by Mr. KEELY, seconded by Mr. PARK, and agreed,-" That the attention of the Road Superintendent be requested to the state of the lane between Web...

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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Grafton Police Court. Os 'WEDNESDAY, before Mr. W. Clarke, J.P. Altxander M'ücrc, charged with drunkenness iii Prince street, was fined 20s or 7 days' imprisonment. For using obscene language he was fined 40s or 14 days' imprisonment. Sentences concurrent. Defendant created a great dis- turbance, and resisted the police violently after arrest. LICENSING COURT. Ou Tuesday, before the P.M., Messrs. Ryan and Chapman Renewals of license were granted to John Arnold, Junc- tion hotel ; Catherine Fitzgerald, Post Office hotel ; William T. Pullen, Woolgoolga. Au application of Arthur T. Turkey, for a house at Half- way Creek, was postponed for a week, in order to admit of inspection of the premises.   The usual quarterly report of the hotels m the district

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