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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Religious Notices. CHUKCH OF ENOLAXD. I fjunday-Cathedral, ll and 7.30; German Church, 7.30; Alumny Creek-, 3; Copmanhurst,-ll and.7.30. Children's service, 3. Thursday - (Bible Class for adults), 7.30. . Saturday-Service for Communicants, Cathedral, 7.30. Sunday-Ulmarra, 3 ; South Grafton,. 7.30. Tuesday (St. " Luke's Day)-SoutU.Urafton, 7.30-Rev. P. E. Haviland. Sunday, 20-Strone Park, 3-Rev. D. J. Garland. ROMAN CATSOLIO CHUBCB. Sunday-Grafton, Mass at*E and ll. Vespers, 7.30. Mass every morning at 7. . Friday-Stations of the Cross, 7.30. ioutkGrafton, &Iasaat9.E0. Sunday school at 10 Friday and Saturday-Mass at 7.30. Friday-Stations of the Cross at 7.30.. Sundty-rtMaclean, Mass at IX. Vespers at 7-Rev.. Father ¿.bern. rr.ESBtTEEIAS CnrjB.CH OF NEW SOOTH WALES. . Sunday-rGrafton, ,11, and 7.2C-Rev. A. Barron. Sunday-Lawrence, ll; Brushsrove.. 3 ;: Ulmarra, 7. - Rev. J., E. Browne. Sunday-Maclean, ll ; Palmers Channel, 3-Rev. J. Bürgest 1-BE8BYTEEIA2Î CHCMC1I OT EASTERN AU...

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CUT FLOWERS—DISTINCT KINDS. Prize, ls in each class; collections, 2s 6d. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

CDT FLO\VEBS-DISTINCT KINDS. I Prize, ls in each class ; collections, 2s Gd. Judges :-Messrs. G. W. NEALE. H. A. VotCKEES, A. V. REXCHE, R. PABNEIX. Asters. Mrs C. Giese Allamandas. Mrs Wilcox. 3 entries Antirrhinums. Mrs See. 3 entries Bignonias. Mrs Wilcox, com. 2 entries Begonias. Mrs Harkness. 6 entries Carnations. Mrs Giese. 7 entries Cornflowers. Mrs W. K. Mackney. 6 entries Dianthus. Mrs Harkness. 0 entries Fuschias, single. Mrs. See. 4 entries Fuschias, double. Mrs Giese Francisceas. MissDonaldson. 7 entries Forget-me-nots. Mrs See. 8 entries Geraniums, scarlet. Mrs Harkness, ll entries Geraniums, any other variety. Mrs Harkness, ll entries Geraniums, double white. Mrs Wilcox. 7 entries Geraniums, scarlet. Miss Maud Smith, h.c. 7 entries Geraniums, any other. Mrs J. James. 8 entries Heliebrysums. Miss M Harkness. 4 entries Hibiscus. Mrs Wilcox. 4 entries Isias. Mrs Wilcox Lillies, other kinds. Mrs G. Bratfield. 3 entries Larkspurs. Mrs E. J. Cox. 5 entries Marigolds. Mrs See...

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Household Notes. Recipes Worth Keeping. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Household Notes. Recipes Worth KeepinV A Xis IN A CUPBOARD.-Dissolve sorao camphor inspirits of wine, then mix with water, and thea ' pour into their haunts. Camphor, or a spongo f saturated with creosote, will prevent their infesting "* a cupboard. CLEANING AND RENOVATING CLOTHES.-USO ammonia diluted with water, or benzolino by itself is to be preferred to ammonia, as the latter blenches and rots the clothes. Rub it well in with a rag, and hanjf the garment in tho open air for a timo. CLEANING STRAW HATS.-To clean white straw hats, take out the wiro and thoroughly brush tho dust out of the straw ; then brush with curd soap and warm water. Set the hat to dry in a windy place, but not exposed to the sun. Tho hat will then require to bo bloukcd. BLACKING FOR LADIKS' BOOTS.-A good blacking is made by taking of-Ivory black and treacle (equal patts) for small quantities say Hoz. ; sperm oil and oil ot vitroil. ïî drams ; vinegar, half-a-pint. The black, treacle, and vinegar are mixed tho...

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Monastic Orders in the Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Monastic Orders in the Church of England. ... .. A FEW days since, Dr, Moorhouse, Bishop of Man .' chester, declared in the conrse of a speech that monastic orders are not in accordance with the spirit of the Church of England. On this subject f" the London Standard say3 :-'' Archdeacon Farrar'a proposal for establishing within the pale of the Church of England a monastic order has naturally aroused much discussion, The scheme is certainly a hold one, but do: 6 not seem to have either startled or displeased the prelates consulted. They express themselves in very guarded terms, but their tone, upon the whole, is clearly one of sympathy and approval. The order appears to be primarily intended to act as an auxiliary to the parochial clergy, and to supply the numerical deficiency which, especially in our large towns, forms so serious an obstacle to the progress of the Church among the people. lío one will deny that there is ample room for such co-operation, if it could be so conducted a...

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THE WEEVIL PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

TEE WEEVIL PEST. "WE are in receipt of the following, concerning the nature and habits of the weevils from Mr. Mackay, Instructor in Agriculture for the Board of Tech- nical Education. He says :-I had a very striking proof of what weevils can do a good many years since. Circumstances put me in. possession of some thousands of bushels of very fine maize, grown not far from the New South Wales coastal border. This corn I had housed by spreading it on the floor of a large warehouse that was unoccupied at the time. Knowing something of the nature of the insect, the maize was spread out after the style of a malting flour, and it was tnrned over some 10 times between the months of March, when it was housed, and the following August when the last of it was disposed of. But in the face of all the care exercised the loss was fully 20 per cent, of the whole bulk, said loss being due, very largely, to weevil. This sort of experience led to more close attention to the nature of this insect, the...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Tuesday. THE üight-hour demonstration was tne greatest success yet known. A strong wind blew, and split several of the banners carried in procession. The streets were lined with people, and all traffic was suspended. Great numbers travelled by railway, while the harbour steamers were crowded. A terrible boat accident occurred in the harbour. The Irene, a sailing boat, capsized off Bradley's Head ; she had ll) persons on board. MÍES Nellie Thompson; aged 17, was picked np in an exhausted Btate, and died. The body of Miss Ada* Stewart, aged 15, was recovered to-day. Those missing and supposed to be drowned- are-Miss Polly Fahey, Miss Polly Stewart, Miss Kate Thompson, and Mr. Horace Kippax. Baby-farming has been discovered at Woolahra. Two infants were fonnd dead, and another in a dying state. It has been ascertained that eleven infants died in eleven months at the premises. Heavy rains fell on the Upper Hunter. Bridges, roads and culverts are very m...

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THE AGRICULTURIST & GRAZIER. FORTUNES IN VEGETABLES. RHUBARB IS KING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

THE AGRICULTURIST & GRAZIER. FORTUNES J-V VEGETABLES. ( Continued from Saturday's issue.) EHTJBABB IS KING. " You say you grow two acres of rhubarb. To judge by the price we as consumers have to pay for this luxury, it ought to be one of your most profit- able crops. How much will rhubarb return per acre nef annum ?" " Oh," laughed Mr. WoodmasoD, "there you have me again. Why, man, rhubarb ia king of them all. It beats tomatoes, it beats mint ; in fact, as the Yankees say, 'it beats all creation.' There's no end of money in rhubarb. It pays me right well ; so. therefore I don't complain. A family could make a good living on an acre of rhubarb." " If it beats tomatoes, a family would certainly have a very comfortable home with an acre of rhubarb, but I would like a rough estimate, Mr. Woodmason, of the annual profit to be expected from this crop." " It is like this. If we grew ten-yes, twenty times the quantity of rhubarb that is now produced, there would still be an increasi...

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

Sires of the Season STAND THIS SEASON AT MACLEAN, the Pore-bred IMPOBTED CLEVE- LAND Stallion AM A5EEMEÏKT (late Surprise.) AMAZEMENT (693) is a beautiful bay with black pointe, stands over 16 hands, was bred by Mr. Thomas Dennis, of Broughton Grange, York- j Bhire, and was foaled in 1885, being by Prince ' George (235) out of a mare by Champion of Eng- land (55.) g dam by Master George, 203 gg dam by Kosberry, 259 ggg dam by Forrester, 168 g sire Prince Frederick, 231 gg sire Emperor, 502 ggg sire Salesman, 273 gggg eire Salesman, 271 ggggg sire Drover, 91, winner of four first prizes gggggg sire TopBman,321 RgggggB sire Luck's AIL 178 ggg&BSBB sire Plonghboy, 418 ggggggggg «he Bay Eicnmond, 373 Amazement is the most fashionably bred horse of his class which ever left England, and was awarded first prize (£10) as the yearling at the Yorkshire ehow, held at Sheffield in 1886. TERMS-Per mare.fi» ?S. First-class paddocks provided and every care taken of mares ; but no responsi...

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

JoHn See fc Co.'s Shipping notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. 1 The S.S. Australian, Captain R. Affleck, for Sydney every WEDNESDAY MORN- ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton every SATURDAY ZNIGHT, at 9 o'clock. The S.S. Helen nicoll, Captain R. A. j Fraser, for Sydney every SATURDAY MORNING &t 7.30 o'clock ; 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 ASP CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DKOGHEES. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, let July, | OUR DROGHERS WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS. ^ : ; : \ ^Perseverance. MONDAY-Bown main river, North Arm, Palmer's | > ? Island, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. ""WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Iluka and Yamba if necessary) : j '. returning Friday. liorna. .On and after THURSDAY, 26th instant, and until j further notice, the Lorna will leave on MONDAYS ;.For Ramornie 'TUESDAYS...... For Copmanh...

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Loan Collection and Non-Competitive. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Loan Collection and Ifon-Coui petitivc. Enlarged Photographs in porcelain. Messrs Morgan and ' Kidd, London Case of Artificiad Teeth. Mr C. E. Attwater Ivory Painting. Miss J. M'Lean, Carr's Creek Collection Perns. Mrs John M'Leod. "Woodford Leigh Collection Fiji Native Dishes. Mrs John M'Leod Carte-de-visite Album in wood. Mr James M'Kay Perria Marble Cross. Miss 8. Penrose. Arrowroot Snow Cake. Mrs J. Blackie Patchwork Cosey. Miss Hockey Plushwork Cushion. Miss Hockey Crayon Crazy Work. Mrs H. V. Haynes, Trenayr Home-made Confectionery. Miss Bawden Fancy Wool Bag. Miss E. M'Queen Dutch Peasant DolL Miss Dolly Stacey Specimens of Fancy Work. Miss A. Powell Fancy Straw and Silk Worked Cushion. Miss M. Timbs FeltSacheL Miss M. Duggan Applique Cushion. Miss M Tully Samples of Plain and Fancy Work. Children of Convent School Short-bread Cake. MisBByan Tank Locomotive. Master H. Tracy _, Steel Engraving, etched: " Weddei" Mr. 6. H. Varley Steel Engraving, etched: "Christ before Pilate.'...

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

w _Wanted_! ANTED, good steady PLOUGHMAN. Apply to WM. NEWBY. Maclean. w w w ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, for | Coldstream. Apply to JAS. MACKAY, Villiers-st., Grafton. ANTED, a good COOK and GENERAL ! SERVANT, ab once. _F. M. C. FORSTER, Yamba. ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT ; also a ] NURSE GIRL. Apply to _MBS. TROLLOPE, Alice-street. WANTED, a respectable GIRL, as Housemaid. ! Apply MKS. RYALL, Ocean View private boarding house, Yamba._ Î1Î7 ANTED, two SERVANT GIRLS-cook and * T 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. w ANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE, for Camira Station. Apply by letter only, to J. CAMPBELL. WANTED, a respectable YOUNG GIRL, to assist ia general housework. Apply to MES. W. C. ATTWATER, Hotel, Copmanhurst ; or to MES. ATTWATER, Pound-street, Grafton. WANTED, by an English widow, SITUATION as Housekeeper. No objection to business. Educated, and of good address...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE CHAPTER IX.—WON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

[ALL EIGHTS .BESEKVED.] A YEXED IHERITAEE BY ANNIE S. SWAN, , Author ol "Twice Tried," "Across her Path," "Sundered Hearts," "Aldersyde," "The Gates of JErten," "Briar and Palm," "Ireedoai's-Sword," &c, kc. CHAPTER IX.-WON. | li ARE you asleep. Adelaide ?'' " No, Flossie. Come in." '. Why, are you not even in bed ?" asked Florence, when she stepped into the room, to tiud her sist r sitting in her dressing-gown by the fire. ''Do you know it is nearly three o'clock;?'1 "I know, but I am restless thinking of you," .said Adelaide Westray, looking with keen, affection- ate eyes into her sister's flushed face. " Have you had a pleasant livening ?" / "Not very," answered Florence, briefly, and ' walking over to the toilet table, took off her gloves and unfastened the bramble s¡r-ra?;at her bosom. " Anna is away to bed.. .May I etay here a little, Adelaide ! I could not sleep." " Stay by all means. I am soery you have not enjoyed yourself. I think it is oftenihe case-.vhen we look f...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Wednesday. THE Railway Commissioners have accepted the tender of Mr. Henry Vale, of Auburn, for the con- struction of 12 tramway motors. Great floods have occurred at Coonamble. A por- tion of the town was submerged. Further wreckage and tallow has been found, which points to the loss of the ship County of Carwardon. Dr. Purcell, of Brisbane, has failed for £10,000 ; and Charles Nash, of Rockhampton, for nearly £13,000. In a libel action, Kendall v. Massina, at Mel- bourne, some jurors were for heavy damages, and others for sums varying in amount. Ultimately it was decided to add all the amounts together and divide by 6, to arrive at a decision. ! The suburban railway is to be quadrupled to Homebush. The Hon. D. O'Connor is expected to be present at the opening of the Exhibition at Dunedin. Mr. Andrew Rowan, chairman of directors of Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., states that the new Land Act has added 30 per cent, to the value of station prope...

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

Protection Conference. j AMOXGST the resolutions carried at the Protectionist Confer- ence last week were the following : That the Fisheries Acts (including in the term the provi- sions dealing with oyster culture and oyster leases) require amendment, especially with the following objects :-1. The preservation of such grand fields of industry and sources of wholesome food supply as we possess in our fisheries and oyster beds. 2. The encouragement of the pursuit of oyster culture and the industry of fish supply, with reasonable checks upon the disastrous waste which often accompanies the netting of fish and the taking of oysters. 3. The securing to the department administering the law of the assistance of persons thoroughly acquainted with these industries, and also of persons having'a scientific knowledge of fish and oyster culture. The endeavour, without undue interference with legitimate occupation, to bring the producer and con- sumer of fish closer together, so as to secure the ...

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WEDNESDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

WEI»]ÏE8I»AÏ*S 8ITTIWGS. THE Legislative Council passed the Railway Debt Reduction and Loan Bills, and then adjourned. During the discussion several members protested against the reckless expenditure and increase of the National debt ; also, against the contradictory statements relative to our finances made by Mr. Garran and Mr. M'Millan in the Assembly. IN the Assembly, Mr. BRUCE SMITH, in reply to Mr. Perry, said that it was quite practicable to con- struct fascine banks on the Tweed. The appliances were now being removed from the Bichmond to the Tweed for the purpose of taking borings. Also, that the local officer had been asked to examine and report upon the best means of pre- venting the erosion of the banks of the Bichmond Biver. Mr. SCHEY complained that a practical jokehad been played upon him the previous evening during refreshment time, by some one taking his notes, preventing him continuing his remarks. As they were valuable to him, Mr. Schey asked that they be returned. ...

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

GOLD MEDAL, Paris Exhibition. 1889, awarded to SUNLIGHT SOAP for a pure and perfect soap. Invite your friends and neighbours to Eee you wash clothes with Sunlight Soap. Let them see you soap the clothes well, then roll them up in a tight roll, and put under the water and left for half an hour, then take out and rinse. It will be quite a curiosity for them to see a wash done without the necessity of scalding or boiling a single piece, no matter how dirty or soiled. Some special use3 of the " Sunlight Soap."-The Ladies Journal recommends it as a perfect soap for washing delicate coloured fabrics. Used in the Bath it is a perfect pleasure. Used in the Dairy it will keep churns, cheese vats, and milli pans beautifully bright and clean. Used in the Sieh Room it acts as a dishifeetant. Used in the Stable it will keep manes and tails clean and silky, and heal sores and scratches. Use ib for washing prize dogs and poultry, and it will improve them as no other soap can. Use it for taking out...

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

THE MOST POPULAR DRINK IN THE COLONY IS ROW'S BITTERS! Read the following; reports from chemical exami- nations, which will at once convince yon of their purity:- 1 " Government Analytical Laboratory, " Melbourne, July ll, 1884. "I have examined a bottle of Row's (Steane's) ! SUPERLATIVE AROMATIC TONIC BITTERS, manu .factored by -Edward Row and Company, and find 4t to be remarkably pleasant in flavor, containing :about 16 per cent, of a very pure alcohol, and hold- ing in solution a clear wholesome Vegetable Bitter, .combined with a fruity spicy aroma. I consider ithis Bitter a very superior article. .' WM. JOHNSON, " Government Analytical Chemist. The great demand throughout the colony for these pure Bitters shows they are superior to all others, and equalled by none. FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS. Read this sworn testimony from a well-known .citizen : STATUTORY DECLAMATION. " I, GEORGE HEWITT, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare as follovte :-" That I feel it a duty I owe to ...

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Clarence P. and A. Society The Twelvth Annual Horticultural and Fine Art Exhibition and Poultry Show. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Clarence P. and Ä. Society The Twelvth Annual Horticultural and Fine Art Exhibition and Poultry Show. THE Flower Show in Chapman's Skating Bink has been quite the attraction of the week ; considering all things, it was deserving the attraction it received. Consequent upon the strong westerly gale on Sunday night and Monday, the flower sections were not what they otherwise would have been. Much destruction was done amongst the . plants by that gale ; still the display of pot plants and flowers was very creditable, and presented evidence of the increased interest token in horticulture as the years progress, and show follows show. The entries this year were in the aggregate very much larger than on any previous occasion, the increase being particularly noticeable in the flower and school work sections. The building was well adapted for the purpose, and while there was abundant space for the exhibits, the accommodation for the pnblio was not too much encroached upon. With former Shows w...

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, THURSDAY EVENING. Progress Meeting.-To say that to plunge carelessly into any undertaking without considering the ways and mean?, is to invite fiasco, would be giving expression to what is generally considered a truism, and yet in this enlightened 19th century there are-even in our own immediate neighbour- hood-those who either doubt the truth of the assertion, or act in a way diametrically opposed^ to their belief. On Monday evening a public meeting took place in Maclean, with the avowed object of inaugurating a representative District Progress Association. No preparation had been made, and the result was that about a dozen of those present rushed the thing through, elected themselves and a few more absentees as members of the board of management, and settled the whole affair in about half an hour. Now, instead of a representative body, we have an Association composed principally of residents of Maclean and Shark Creek-Har- wood, Chatsworth, and Palmer's Ch...

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Political and Social Letter. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

! Political aird Social Letter. Br S. C. _ STOKES-, TUESDAY. THE general opïnïon:tmongst the Protectionists is that the National Carnival that was'held last week was successful in every respect. The Conference meetings were remarkably well attended. Only once did the Delegates get off the Tight track. That was when a few of them laid their heads together and brought up a motion providing for making Mr. BAUTON the leader of the Opposi I tion party. The favit of that motion was that it was inopportune ; and, moreover, it was not for the Conference to dictât 3 who should be the leader of the Protectionists. !I ami quite aware that there is a widespread feeling, particularly Ju the country districts, that Mr. 'Barton would lead the party better than Mr. DtS£S, but it should be borne in mind that Dibbs tes tjrne >the burden and heat of the day, and that Barton has not a seat in the reprcrentitive Chamber. Under those cir- cumstances a change-each as that which was con- templated would...

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