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

Fact and Rumour. Bsv. Tennison Wood dead. Age 57. Ejesou gives reasons for the drought. Parliament prorogued till 5th November. Maize Ss 2d and Sa 3d, and market firmer. Several Macleay residents at Flower Show. Foot-racing on the Eicecourse this afternoon. The Sydney baby-fanning case is sensational Floods have occurred in the Gunnedah district. Circnit Court, at Grafton, rostponed till 22nd instant. Mrs. Harkness won the most prizes at Flower Show Mr. Stokes threatenrd the Assembly with a third party. Bishop Tamer left Grafton on Wednesday, per B.B: AUS tral an. Mauritius advices speak of a late sugar season ow."ng to rainy weather. A great rush for land has set in at Castlerag. Kow silver finds are reported. The north-west coast of Tasmania has been shaken bj an earthquake tremor. Heavy rains and melting snow have caused another flood in the upper Murray. _ Lord Hartington regards the question of Imperial federa- tion as a nebulous one. Prince Bismarck considers that the peice of...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. (ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12TH, 1889. THE WEARY SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 12 October 1889

THK Clarence and Ricbmond Examiner. ' (ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATÜBDAX Moorara, OCTOBEE 12TH, 1889. THE WEARY SESSION. THE weary session of Parliament has at length come to a close ; and many persons willask " What are its results ?" It ia unnecessary to enumerate the actually beneficial legislation that has been effected. The -Land Bill took up an enormous amonct of time. The redeeming feature about that particular measure, was one that might be followed with advantage in respect to many other measures. We mean the sinking of mere party considerations in a desire to promote domestic legislation. At the present time there is an attempt being made-srwe think very much to the hindrance of that domestic legislation and Governmental administration BO much needed-to introduce into all questions, and at all tiroes, a distinctive party cry. However much it may be thought desirable to change the ¿Fiscal policy of the conntry from one of so-called Free-trade td one of so-called Protec- tion, the...

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

Richmond River. Promotion.-Many of your Grafton readers will be glad to bear of the promotion of Mr. J. M. Pegan, of the Bank of New South Wales, to the position of manager at Young. During his residence of ll years at Lismore he made many friends. Religious.-The resignation of Kev. B. Berry, of the pastorate of Ballina, has been accepted, and Ber. Mr. Edwards supplies the charge for the present. Mr. Berry ministered in the Ballina charge five years. Bev. J. L. Ahern, who has been officiating at St. Carthage's B. C. Church, Lismore, has been permanently apx>ointed to Casino, where he will henceforth reside. University Senior Examinations.-A. and E. H. Pratt, sons of Dr. Pratt, were successful candidates for the University senior examinations. They were under the tuition of Mr. Collins, headmaster of Lismore Public school, and formerly of Woodford Leigh, on the Clarence. District Surveyor.-Mr. P. S Donaldson, district surveyor, visited the district last week on his way North. Comm...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Sydney, Monday. A SEBious complication between the Wharf Labor era' Union of Rockhampton and the Lako'i Greek Meat Freezing Uo. bas arisen, resulting in the sus- pension of the loading of the Union Co.'s steamer Balmoral Castle. Several non-union men were engaged, whereupon the crew struck work. The captain then issued warrants for the arrest of the whole of the crew for disobedience of orders. The Balmoral Castle has 500 tons of beef, and 12,000 carcases of mutton aboard, bnt another 10,000 car- cases are awaiting shipment before the assignment can be completed. There are over 1000 persons on the ground at Peak Hill gold rush, near Dubbo, and coaches are running every day crowded with diggers. This is the shortest way to the field. People can leave Sydney by the mail train any night, and be on the field next day at 1 o'clock. About 501b. of gold were placed in the Dubbo banks. Henry Lascells, a very old resident of Williams- town, Victoria, and for a long...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

The Latest Cablegrams. London, Sunday. I THE Czar of Russia had a grand reception in Berlin. At a banqnet, in proposing the Czar's health, Emperor William expressed the hope that a century's friendship between Russia and Germany would continue. The Czar had a long interview with Prince Bismarck. The National Conference of miners decided to adopt the eight hour system from January next. ! Sir Saul Samuel is to be banquetted by promi- nent colonists on the occasion of his 70th birthday. The Hon. E. Hubbard, member for Buckinham, has been raised to the peerage. I Mr. Verney, Home Ruler, has been elected for I Buckinham. Nine arrests have been made in connection with the Cronin murder at Chicago. A mass meeting was held in St. James' Hall to support the London Council in purging the music halls. The Bishop of London said he approved of i dancing and comic singing ; but would suppress I the ballet. The Bishop of Bedford expressed similar views. I Moussa Bey, for atrocities committed on C...

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Victorian Amateur T. C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Victorian Amateur T. C. Racea j THESE races commenced at Caulfield on Saturday, when fine weather prevailed, and there was a large attendance. Results : Caulfield Stakes, 1 mile and a furlong.-White's Dreadnought, 7-11, first; Wallace's Carbine, 9-7, second ; Jones' Bravo, 9-4, and O'Brien's Dunkeld, 7-11, dead heat for third. Don Giovan, Chicago, Pakeha, Boz, Tradition, Benzon, Silverton, and Scottish Chief also ran. Won easily by two lengths. Time, 2.0J. Hurdle Race, 2 miles.-Lottie, 12-2, first ; Grand Couit, 10-7, second ; Bonnie Chester, 11-10, third 10 startsd. Won by half a length. Time, 3.58|. Great Foal Stakes, 4 furlongs.-White's Victor Hugo, 8st, first ; Miller's Deerswood, 8st, second ; Cook's Harbour Light, Sst, third. Nine started. Won easily. Time, 52£. , Caulfield Guineas, 1 mile.-White's Rudolph 1, Brodribb's Prince Consort 2, Browne's. Carrington 3. Merriment, Copenhagen, Montello, and Adventur- ous alco Bterted. The favorite won easily by a ength. Time, 1.49J. , H...

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METEORAOLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

JflETEOROlOGICAI.. Rainfall np to Thermometer Fahrenheit 9 a.m. Maximum. Minimum. inches. October 8. Ol' 42' - 9 . 89- 46- - 10. sr 5S- - n. SD- 51- - * 12 . 89- 55- - 33 . 85- 59" - 14. 82- CT -20 Mean average. 87' 534 *20 NOTE.--As the register is taken at 9 a.m. everyday, the ..have applies to the previous 24 hours.

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Tattersall's Pedestrian Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Tattersalls Pedestrian Handicap. THIS event, which was brought off on the Grafton racecourse on Saturday afternoon, did not receive the patronage of the public that it deserved, nor the support from runners generally that the spirited enterprise of the promoters (Messrs. Connor and Shepherd, accountant«, &c, " Tattersalls," Prince street) warranted. Â drizzling rain fell in the afternoon, making it bleak and cold ; and the attendance, consequently, did not number more than 120 persons. Four tracks were laid ont on the straight in front of the grandstand, and the ground was in fair order, though rather hard. Dr. Bedley and Mr. G. H. Yarley acted as judges ; Mr. C. F. N. North, referee ; Mr. A. Eggins, starter ; and the event was run off under Sir Joseph Banks rules. Regarding the running, the least said of the per- formances of several of the comped .ors the better. In rr any of the heats " non-triers" were very con- spicuous, and it is evident that most of the compe- titors ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Commercial. TUE Crown lands sale held yesterday was not largely attended, and of about 3-1 lots situate at Iluka, only a limit-d number found purchasers. There was scarcely any competition. To-morrow 14 suburban lots, situate ac Lawrence, will be offered at that place ; they range in area lrom 3^ to 10J acres, with upsets of from £1110s to £5410s per lot. On Friday Messrs. Hawthorne and Small will submit, at South Grafton, a team of working bullocks, waggon and tackling. Feed is still plen- tiful in the district, but needs rain. Stock are in first-class condition. So far, the raids of cater- pillars have not been extensive, though whole pad dockshave been denuded of pasturage by the scourge. The stock markets are. unchanged. Maize is still forward in fair supply, and prices are unaltered." The shipments for the latter part of last week were: The Clarence. 1574 bags Macleay. 1348 Nambuccra and Port Macquarie 112S Eichmonü. 300-4350 Grafton prices current-Eggs Sd to lOd, .fowls Ss Od ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Abstract of Sales by Auction. TO-DAY [TUESDAY). By H. MAURICE, at tho Residence ot Mr. C. Pollock, Bacon street, Household Furniture rai Effects. FRIDAY. ! By HAWTHORNE AND SMALL, at Tally's Yards, South | Grafton, Teams of Bullocks, Waggon and Tacilin-. SATURDAY. \ By T. BAWDEN, at 12, Rights to Racecourse Privileges for j 9th November. By HAWTHORNE AXD SMALL, at M'Donalds Yarde, South Grafton, Mhcil Cattle. Crown Lands Sale.-Yesterday Mr. Levick, Land Agent, submitted t<? ayotinn_30 tnvn «Tiri four üuburriñn inr«, .«îtixuto -i»-tUo-tow«£-«£ Ilukar Tire following were sold-Lots 3 and 4 of section 5, 1 rood 24 perches and 1 recd 30 perches, Mr. John M'Fadden, Grattan, at £5 and £5 lös per lob respectively. Lot 1 of section 8, 2 roods, Mrs. Mary "Wallace, Iluka, £6. Lots 5 and 6 of section 8, 2 rcods each, Mr. John Cameron, Solitude, £5 per lot. Lots 4 and 5 of section 10. each 2 rc 30°, Mr. E. C. Platt, Graffcju, at £5 per lot. Suburban lots-Lot 3 of section 7,1 acre 31 p...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Letters to the Editor. j TH« Editor does sot bold himself responsible (or opinion! nprested by correspondents. SIB.-I notice in your issue of the. 8th instant an article from Tyndale, purporting to be a reply to my letter. Tyndale seems very scared that his veracity should be questioned, and persists in asserting that I urged " that the road be opened one chain wide along the bank of the South Arm from Brushgrove to Maclean." To this I give the most unqualified denial. I urged no motion, nor made any amend- ment. " Tyndale" infering that I did is incorrect. If he does not like to have it called a prevarication he can have it as a distortion of facts. It is true, Sir, that I, along with ten or twelve others (who were included in the number reported as present) did not voto for or against any of the resolutions put to the meeting ; a fact " Tyndale" judiciously forgot to chronicle. He speaks of not giving a report verbatim, I am of opinion that he was not adventurous enough for that, ...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13TH, 1889. THE POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

THK Clarence and Richmond Examiner. _I ESTABLISHED 1859.]_ TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13TH, 1889. THE POLICE FOBOE. THE burglarious wave of crime which threatened, some time back, to overwhelm the metropolis and suburbs having received a check, it would appear as if those engaged in it have turned their attention to crime in another, and certainly no less dangerous, form. "We refer to that of highway robbery, familiarly known as " sticking up." Many cases have been reported lately of this class of crime. Out of one of these arose the shooting, by misadventure, of Mr. Inspector CAMERON, at Dubbo. It is true that the " sticking up " so far has not been of a Tery serious character, excepting in the case of Inspector Cameron. There has been nothing in recent events at all comparing with the old sticking up days, when the police were less numerous and less con- trolled by red tape probably than they are just now. But crime, unless checked in time, will go on growing until it may be the cou...

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The Loan Vote Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

The Loan Vote Proposal. Alderman ROTHSCHILD, in submitting the motion - of which hehad given notice, said that certain works be undertaken by this Council, and the cost of which be defrayed by the loan vote of £7000. Hitherto most of the works undertaken had been of a patchy character. The cause was owing, per haps, to want of sufficiency of funds. The Govern- ment propose to spend £5000 on a bridge over Alumny Creek in Pound-street, but unless the street was raised and formed the advantages of the new bridge would in a great measure be lost. He hoped they were not going to leave the making of íphe streets and all other works to the next genera- tion, but as they would inherit the benefits it was only fair they shared in the cost. This applied more particularly to the drainage of the town which all are agreed must be undertaken. The speaker laid on the table a plan of the pro- posed scheme for the drainage of the following streets in the West Ward -.-Powell, Dobie, Fry, Hoof, Turf, ...

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Clarence River Shipping Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Clarence River Shipping Returns. THE followingis a summary of the Bopping reports for th* tliiitl quarter of 18S0 : Steamships. 75 Sailing ships. 7-82 Passengers. Saloon. 1167 - Steerage . 803-Total, 1370. Exports to Sydney. Maize . 42,135 saclrs Bones and horns. 1,223 sacks Sugar . 9,732 bags A Sugar . *32tons Preserved meat . 1,235 case3 Eggs . 1,922 cases Wool . 121 bales Skins . 00 bundles Horses. 25 Cattle . 147 Calves. 37 Pigs . 2,367 Poultry . 414 coops Hides . 3,010 bundles Tallow. 65 hogsheads Molasses . 95 hogsheads Spirits. '75 hogsheads Potatoes . 135 sacks Pumpkins . 6S0 sacks Bark . 122 sucks Fish. 545 cases Hay . CS bales Mineral ores. 178 bags Silver ore. 25 tons Beer. SO casks Butter. 30 kegs Wild fowl. 69 pairs Sugar cane . 150 bandies Sundries, not classified.- 1,750 packages .Sugar Co's, exports not reported fully until end of season] Timber. To Sydney : Spokes, 33,950 ; cedar logs, 133 ; cedar pieces, sawn, 10,742 ¡ hardwood, feet, 72,037.-To Melbourne : Piles, ...

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DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEG[?]APH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TBLEor.u'ii. I October 12.-WYRALLAH str., 400 tons. Captain Alley. Crossed out at 2.20 p.m., and arrived in Sydney on Sunday. Passengers-Mesdames Francis, Tteid j and C in the steerage. (J. E. and M. R. S. N. Co., ngents. October 12.-HELEN NICOLL. 400 tons, Ciptain Fraser. Crossed out at 11.1;") a.m., and arrived in Sydney on Sunday. Passengers-Mesdames Hughes, Cal iar, Fernance, Priddle, White : Misses Elate (2), Harkness (2) -, Messrs. Baker, Why- man, Toomey, Harkness, Hutchinson, Short, Crowley, John- son, M'George, Finaghen ; and .7 in the steerage. John See arid Co., agents. EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. October 9.-CITY OF GRAFTON: .317 bags maize, 90 bags sugar, 600 pumpkins, 1 bundle skins, 1 coop and 117 pigs, 40 cases eggs, 13 coops fowls, 2 kegs butter, 4 cases fish, 1 hor*e, and sundries. October 9.-AUSTRALIAN: 1230 bags maize, 150 hides, 9 cases Ssh, 13 cedar logs, 44 bags bones, 4 bundles sheepskins, 59 bundles sugarcane, 700 bags sngar, SO pigs, 41 case...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Benevolent Society. -The annual meeting of thia humane Institution will be held in the School of Arts to-morrow evening, when the usual reports will be submitted for adoption, and officers elected for the ensuing year. Thia is the fourth annual meeting of the Society, and there is no denying the fact that it has many olaims on the generosity of the public for the benefits it has accomplished. We wish to direct attention to Mr. H. Maurice's furniture sale at Mr. Pollock's residence, as every- thing is for sale without reserve.-ADV. At Tattersall's.-Tobacco 2s 8d ? lb., and cricket , ing materials at Sydney prices.-ADV.

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Grafton Common. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Grafton Common. THE Trustees held their quarterly meeting on the 11th, at the offioe of the Secretary (Mr. F. Doberer.) The finance report showed the income for the past quarter to be-from agistment fees, £53 3s 9d ; firewood fees, 8s Gd. The credit balance at Bank of N.S.Wales was repoitedat £125 4s. There were outstanding accounts for agistment to the end of the quarter, £41 15s ld. The following accounts were prised for payment:-Herdsman, salary and commission, £11 17s ¡ John Bollard, fencing material, £4 5s Gd. John Bollard's tender for erecting a yard fence at herdsman's cottage at ls 4d per rod (labor only) was accepted. It was resolved t3 allow the herdsman a commis- sion of ó per cent, on all fees collected by him, in lien of the daily allowance allowed to him hitherto. The stock report states the number of stock depasturing now in the Common as follows : Cattle, 105 ; horses, 95. The Common was slightly over-stocked during the winter months, owing to the flood in July last,...

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The Prorogation of Parliament. A Review of the Session. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Tie Prorogation of Parliament. - A Review of the Session. As announced in Saturday's issue, Parliament was prorogued on Thursday with the customary cere- monies. His Excellency then read the speech from the Throne as follows: Honorable Gentlemen of the Legislative Council, and Gentlemen of the Legislativo Assembly, 1. It affords me much satisfaction to bo able to release you for a time from your arduous and successful parliamentary labours. The work of the* session now closing will bear favorable comparison with that of any former period ; and in pursning your private avocations you will be sustained by the just consciousness of having rendered import- ant service to the country. 2. The new Land Act is a measure calculated to' putaKHah imnmvod rnlatinnn hpfwpnn fha /li'ffnratif. classes engaged in pastoral and agricultural industry, to foster and maintain confidence in the investment of capital, and to inorease the demand for labour in connection with.country pursuits. The acquisiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Fact and Rumour. Railway and Harbour League meet on Wednes- day. The new Goulburn Hospital was opened ou Friday. Gold mining lease approved- J. E. Jones 4 acres, Ballina. Mount Morgan shares are practically unsaleable in London. The Mining Board left Fernmount on Tuesday for Hillgrove. In the northern districts yesterday calm fine weather prevailed. A new dairy company has been formed at Smith- town, near Kempsey. Mr. Darley inspected the harbour works at the Clarence on Thursday. A large silver reef has been found on Clarevaulx run, near Glen Innes. The boring party at Laidley, Queensland, has struck water at 1750ft. Mr. Hislop has joined the New Zealand Ministry as Minister of Education. Prince Soltykoff's Gold won the Champion Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday. The entries for Casino Flower Show numbered about 400, and takings £30. Mr. Josiah Moffat has been appointed teacher of Guy Fawkes provisional school. The Public Works Committee propose visiting the Clarence during the month...

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Political and Social Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 15 October 1889

Political and Social Letter. AT last the Parliament has been prorogued. It remained in session several months longer than the PREMIER intended it should, and it went into reoess under different circumstances from what he expected. In some respects the prorogation speech is a curiosity. It is easy to see it was written by Sir Henry, for his trade mark is on several of the paragraphs. The remarks in the Speech on the Payment of Members Act are especially ambiguous, and the newspapers here are exercised in their minds as to what they may mean. Here is one of them.: " It is hardly possible to forecast the forms of moral influence that may arise in the province of politics, from the fact that the members of one House «re paid for their labours, and the members of the other House not paid." That observation comes as near to a Delphine oracle as any that could be named. What does the author of the address fear ? Does ke believe that the Upper House, oat of sheer envy, will do its best to h...

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