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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Grafton Police Court. ON Tuesday, before Mr. AV. Clarke, J.P. An aboriginal fot drunkenness was cautioned' and discharged. On Tuesday, before the P.M., and Mr. E. M. Byan, J.P. A publican's license waa granted to Arthur Thomas Tuckey, for premises on tho Corinda road,, at Halfway Creek, to be known as the Halfway Creek hotel. On THURSDAY, before Mr. "W. Clarke, J'.P. Jami's Hramfit, for drunkenness, was fined 5s, or 24 hours' imprisonment. YESTERDAY, before the P.M. Hugh Griffin was summoned by Joseph Benard for £17 14s, alleged to bo due as wages. Mr.. Donaldson for complainant, Mr. Foott for defend- ant. Complainant's evidence went to show that he? engaged with defendant to do some stone-breakingr and spreading at 2s per cubio yard. He was also to do four chains formation at 10s per ohain. He: reoeived goodson account amounting to £5 ls, leav- ing the balance of £17 14s claimed. In Bottling,, defendant disputed the measurement of the Btone,. and wanted to reduce it by 1G yards. De...

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A Libel on the Youth of Palmer's Island. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

A Libel on the Youth of Palmer's Island. SIB.-Although approving of your outspoken and Bevere criticism upon the disgraceful behaviour of some larrikins, on the occasion of a lecture delivered by the Rev. Mr. Haussman, I regret and consider it humiliating; to this quiet little place, that your widely circulated columns should carry this dis- graceful conduct as having occured at or on Pal- mer's ISLAND. No such disgraceful conduct has ever taken place ou this Island, and such, I hope, never will take place here or elsewhere. I am glad to be able to assure you that at least some of the per- formers will h a VA to answer for their conduct next 1 Court at Maclean. ALEXANDER ROSS. Palmer's Island, October 12th, 1889.. SIB.-My attention has been drawn to a portion of your report of the Lawrence District Improvement Board meeting of the 23rd ultimo-in reference to the privilege of .members being present at fort- nightly Board meetings. Your report states " that it was resolved at that mee...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday-Cathedral, .7.30 (H.c), ll and 7.30: Alumny Creek, 3 ; German Church, 7.30. Thursday - (Bible Class for adults) German Church, 7.30. Sutiday-South Grafton, ll-Kev. D. J. 'Garland-7.30. Lay-read r Sunday-Chatsworth, ll; Harwood, 3.30; Maclean, 7.30 Rev. F. E.>HavUand. ROMAN CATHOLIO CHURCH. i Suuday- Grafton, Mass at 8 and ll. Vespers, 7.30. Mass . every morning at 7. Friday-Stations of the Cross, .7.30. South.Grafton, Mass at 9.30. Sunday school at 10. Friday , and Salurday-Mass at 7.30. Friday-Stations of the Cross and Benediction at 7.30. Sunday-Harwood, Assembly Hall, Mnss at.D ; "Maclean, Mass at ll. Vespers at 7-Rev. Father Ahern. rr.EsBtxsp.iAu cnimoH op KEW sooia TVALE3. Suuday-Grafton, ll nnd 7.30 ; Urara, 3-Rev. A. Barron. Sundaj-iUlmarra, ll; Brushgrove, 2; Lawrence, 7.- Kev. J. E. Browne. Bundar-Maclean, ll ; Chatsworth, 3-Rev. J. Burgess. PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA. Sunday-Grafton, Gaelic at 10; English at ll ...

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DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

DEPABTTJBES FOR SYDNEY. Br TELEORAPB. Octoloria-CITYOFGRAFTON, 825 tons, Captain Magee. Crossed out at 2 30 p.m., and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. Passengers-Mesdames Waterhouse, Graham, Winter, Hamil- ton, McConnell, EveriDgham, Phillips, Thacker; Misses Gun thorpe, M'Kf urie, ^Ereriughatn ; 'Captain M'Neil ; Messrs. H'Connell, Thacker, Thompson, Renton, Foster; and 3 in the. steerage. C. E. and M. R. S. Ii. Co., agents. OctoberlC.-AUSTRALIAN str., 400 tons, Captain Affleck.. Crossed ont nt 1.5 a.m., and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. Passengers-Mrs. Lovelock; Miss Baker; Messrs. Cutler, Hockey, Ehlers, Fuchs, Binder, Harding, .Dalton, M'Neil, Saunders ; and 7 in the steerage. John Seo and Co., agents. ftctoher IT.-MORNING-LIGHT sch. crossed out at2.50 p.m. October 17.-FRANK GUY sch., crossed out at 1.20 p.m.

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Sporting. Sporting News from Home. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Sporting. Sportins News from Home. No less than 1S5 started for a mile open handicap recently at the Paddington Recreation Grounds. How the starter managed to get the men of passeth understanding ; hut he did, and what is more wonderful still, every one was satisfied. This may he accounted for hy the fact that the scratch man was the winner j and no-body could say that in such a pack he was favoured. Kihblewhite, the hero of the occasion, achieved a notable performance, for he succeeded in doing the mile in the splendid time of 4niin. 23 l-5sec. ; which, considering that he had to run by, through, and around so many competitors, is something marvellous. In doing so he must have run over so many yards extra, besides which he had a strong wind blowing in his face up the straight ; so that taken altogether, this performance is quite equal to, if not better than, W. G. Georges amateur record of 4 min IS 3-5sec. Darby, the champion distance jumper of the world, has been doing some extrao...

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Grafton-Tweed Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Grafton-Tweed Railway. SIB.-I understand that the Public Works Com- mittee intend taking evidence on this Railway shortly. If snch is the case, I would urge upon the Railway and Harbour Improvement League the necessity of collecting all the evidence that can be brought to bear upon this important question without delay. I know for a positive' fact that there are not only thousands, but millions, of acres of the finest agricultural land between here and the Tweed that is useless at the present time for the want of proper means for getting prodnce to market ; whereas, if there was a line of railway constructed, it would be taken np and put under cultivation. I have travelled over a good deal of this country (not just along the road like some people who condemn the land) but I have worked the country at all points for miles and miles. In my travels I have come acrosB places where the selectors have tried all kinds of produce, such as wheat, maize, sugar-cane, potatoes, and nearly every...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

General Notices SHOPPING BY POST. THE CELEBRATED ORIENT CLOTHING, For Soys', ?foaths' and Men's SUMME» WJ2A.R. MEN'S ORIENT SUITS. First quality TWEED SUITS, splendid value. 33s 6d Extra quality Fashionable TWEEDS AND HOMESPUNS . 40« Special quality Special Selected TWEEDS AND FANCY WORSTEDS. 50s A special line of Stylish SCOTCH TWEEDS. 55l Extra special first-class Fancy W'ORSTED and fine HOMESPUN (silk sleeve lining) ... 60s Self-colored SERGERETTES, in choice colours.. ... ... ... ... 40B, 50s Navy Bine ESTEMENE SERGE, cool and light ... ... ... ... ... 40s Navy Blue REGULATION SERGE, fast colors . 40s Black WORSTED and CORKSCREW SUITS. David Jones and Co., opposite G.P.O., George-street, Sydney. WE tend Samples to all parts of Australia POST FEEE. By this means those residing in the country can inspect our Goods, see the LATEST STYLES, compare the QUALI- TIES, and TEST THE PRICES. Our Goods are all marked in PLAIN FIGURES, and we do | not keep unreliable makes. Full rangeB of Sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Sires of the Season IO STAND THIS SEASON AT MACLEAN, the Pure-bred IMPORTED CLEVE- LAND Stallion AMAX EMEIT (late Surprise.) AMAZEMENT (693) is a beautiful bay with black pointe, stands over 16 hands, was bred by Mr. Thomas Dennis, of Broughton Orange, York- shire, and was foaled in 1885, being by Prince George (235) ont of a mare by Champion of Eng- land (65.) g dam by alaster George, 203 Kg dam by Rosberry, 2S9 ggg dam by Forrester, 168 g sire Prince Frederick, 234 gg sire Emperor, S62 ggg sire Salesman, 273 pggg eire Salesman, 271 ggggE sire Drover, 91, winner of four first prizes gggggi «ire ropsman,324 Rgggggg «¡re Luck's AIL 178 gggggggg she Plooghboy, 418 ggggggggg she Bay Elchmond, 373 Amazement is the most fashionably bred horse of his class which ever left England, and was awarded first prize (£10) aa the yearling at the Yorkshire show, held at Sheffield in 1886. TERMS-Per mare.£ï-Ï8. First-class paddocks provided and every care taken of mares ; hut no responsibility for l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

John See fc Co.'s Shivving Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE . OF STEAMERS. The 9.9. Australian, Captain K. Affleck, for Sydney every WEDNESDAY MORN- ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton. : every j SATURDAY ÜÍIGHT, at 9 o'clock, The S.S. Helen Ulcoll, Captain R. A. Fraser, for Sydney every SATURDAY MORNING '.at 7.30 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Graf ton ¿very TUESDAY NIGHT, at 8 o'clock. - ~^of) IÂSB8-âtloon,r8lngle* .". £2' 0 0 " .1..... return ..." 3 10 0 Steerage..£1 each way. . ? : JOHN SEE AND CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DKOGHEBS. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next, 1st July, j OUR DROGHERS ; ; ?WILL BUN AS ÏOLLOWS. Perseverance. MOND AY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's | Island, nod Harwood : returning Tuesday. 'WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- j mer's Island (Huka and Yamba if necessary) : | returning Friday.' lorna. .On and after THURSDAY, 26th instant, and until | further notice, the Loma will leave on MONDAYS.For Ramornie "TUESDAYS. For Copmanhurs...

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A NEW FODDER PLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

A NEW FODDER PLAINT. QUITE a sensation has lately been caused in the Old World by the announcement of a wonderful new forage plant (the Lathyrus Silvestris), which f will grow enormous and moBt profitable crops on V even the poorest soils, and which seems to flourish .luxuriantly in any climate. The Latliyrus Silves- tris grows in a wild state on the pampas of South America, where it flourishes so luxuriantly that sheep are frequently entangled in it and smothered by its rankness and-oloseness of growth. In its wild state the .seed of the plant is unable to germinate, but after 50 years of the most careful cultivation this difficulty has been completely over- come.- The plant belongs to the order of the leguminosa), and as such it is able to forage for itself in regard to nitrogen, of which it obtains abundant supplies, either from the lower strata of soil or from the boundless atmospheric stores Even on the poorest soils it grows a crop which will yield at least 4 tons of hay per a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

THE MOST POPULAS DRINK IN THE COLONY IS ROW'S BITTERS! Read the following reporta from chemical exami nations, which will at once convince you of their ¡purity :- ' : " Government Analytical Laboratory, - " Melbourne, July ll, 1884. " I have examined a bottle of Row's (Steane's) .SUPERLATIVE AROMATIC TONIC BITTERS, mann 'factored by Edward Row and Company, and find it to be remarkably pleasant in flavor, containing rabont 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 -this 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. PACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS. Read this sworn testimony from a well-known citizen :- -. \ STATUTOBY DECLARATION. " I, GEOBGE HEWITT, do hereby solemnly and Nsincerely declare as follows :-" That I feel it a dut...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

f Letters to the Editor. THE Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. SIB.-In venturing a few remarks regarding ploughing matches, I had no presentiment that I was trailing a red herring in front of the combined skill of your staff ; for such, of course, your editorials represent. However, if into the not very popular subject of ploughing matches a little, animation has been introduced, this is decidedly fortunate ; more fortunate if the subject had attracted your unbiassed criticism. As it is, it must be regretted that the Examiner can see no question except from its own point ot view, and if the facts are against it, so much the worse for the facts. The tenor of my letter was wholly to point out that ploughing matches, and other agricultural meetings, are primarily desirable amongst farmers, controlled by farmers, and for farmers. And I certainly thought-in the innocence of my heart such a proposition would be above cavil. The Exam iner, h...

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Lawrence District Improvement Board. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Lawrence District Improvement Board. AT a meeting held on 7th instant, there were present-Messrs. Shields (in the chair), Batbgate, Phillips, J. M'Farlane, Cavanagh, Lowenthal and Murphy. - CORRESPONDENCE.-From the Member, stating that he had made application through the various Departments for public works applied for, and promising to urge their execution. Respecting a communication from Mr. Hurley, re portion of Brushgrove-Maclean road known as Campbell's Hollow, it was resolved that the road be made passable by the best means, so long as the watercourse is not blocked. A resolution to the effect that the Department be requested to re-rarvey the road from new School of Arts site to Henderson's 1J chain wide instead of one chain, was lost. The following resolutions were carried-That the Lands Department be written to, through the Member, informing them that as the School of Arts Committee are about to fence in their allot- ment and build upon it, that they be requested to form and...

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The Art of Conversation. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

The Art of Conversation. AN exchange offers the .following suggestions With a view to improvement in the art of conver- sation : ! 1st. Show yourself a patient and interested listner. A clever conversationalist always likes to talk to someone who pays attention to him. 2. Single out speakers who are well-informed and who use good, vigorous, plain and yet pictures- que language ; instinctively you will copy their style and mode of expression. 3rd. Content yourselves with making statements of facts of which you are master. With systematic observation, reading, and thinking, your range of ?abjects will increase; 4th. If you have to give a description or narrative, strictly avoid parenthesis. 5th. Until you have gained confidence, and the power of commanding attention, be content with bringing out the point-of your remarks at once it attracts notice. Avoid prefacing your point with details such as, ': That'réminds me of some- thing which happened to a friend of mine and my- self,- once,...

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Progress Meeting at Boat Harbour. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Progress Meeting at Boat Harbour. (FBOil OTJE CORRESPONDENT.) I AT the monthly meeting held at Boat Harbour, the president (Mr. Matthews) presiding, correspondence was read and disclosed some encouraging infor- mation. The Public school buildings are to be inspected re painting ; the Works Department state that £100 has been granted for clearing the gravel flats of the Upper South Arm ; the ferry tolls matter has been referred to the proper officer for report, and an effort to bring the " Lantana " under the Noxious Weeds Act, has evoked thé information that it would require fresh legislation to do it. In reply to a letter rc the Dorrigo road, infor- mation was received to the effect that £7000 was placed on the Loan Estimates for its completion. The application for Court-house and police quarters at Fernmount has been refused, the grant of 1885 of £1000 having been struck out. The Department of Works intimates that an officer would be sent to report on the proposed training wall at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

FBAUDS ON DIXSON'S CONQTJEBOB TOBACCO. Some unprincipled retailers of Tobacco are placing 1 the Conqueror tin-tags upon Tobacco, and disposing i of same as the genuine article. Now the public are therefore cautioned against this deception, and 1 are at the same time respectively invited to submit any doubtful purchases to Dixson and Sons, who offer a substantial reward for convincing evidence against the aforesaid offenders.-Conqueror Tobacco Works, Hyde Park.-ADV. I ¡ General Hotices A. SAUNDERS, WATCHES! WATCHES! HAVE NO EQUAL in price or quality. Most dur- able, and first-class timekeepers. Send for price list, POST FEKE. »13 «EOHGE-iTREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION, SYDNEY Factories-Liverpool, England. Everything Guaranteed, and sent Post Free at Half the Colonial Prices. £± WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. (ENGLISH LEVER, full jewelled, I £2 IOS < compensation balance. Two years j ( guarantee. «jg JQS \ My unequalled English Lever, full1 * ) covered cap. Three years ...

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Should Not Physical Training be Compulsory? [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Should Not Physical Training toe Compulsory ? In this progressive age-when educational systems are making such rapid strides that every one can obtain a good education, and even the poorest man's child can reap the privileges of an education such as (but comparatively few years ago) only the wealthiest families could afford to give their sons and daughters ; when mind is considered to be so much mightier than matter that every one strives to emulate the mental manifestations of his con- temporaries, and to be a man of mind-it may not be amiss to suggest the addition to our educational programme of one thing necessary for the consum- mation of man's endeavours, a good physical training. Unfortunately, our numerous systems provide but imperfectly for the perpetuity of manual strength, aiming only at the improvement of the j organs of the mind, forgetful of the fact that the brain, as the primary organ, needs to be frequently and largely supplied with that blood which alone can be prod...

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Coffs Harbor. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

f Coffs Harbor. i WEDNESDAY. COFF'S HABBOB JETTY.- Great was the rejoicing here when word came that the Loan Vote for the jetty had passed, and the residents are in hopes of being able to Bhip the next year's crop from the jetty. Those who have assisted in getting the vote passed have the sincere thanks of the residents, not only of Coff's Harbor, but all the surrounding districts. SUGAR MILLS.-Korora mill has started work, and I hear that the owner will have a good season's crnshing. Mr. Skinner's mill, atLook-at-me-now,is also at work and giving every satisfaction. Mr. Spice's mill, on the Moonee, is expected to start next week. I understand that the Boambie mill will not work this season.

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Free Selections at Grafton. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

Free Selections at Grafton. EUGENE FREDERICK RUDDER, Coramba, 70 acres, county Fitzroy, parish of Moonee, commencing at the north-west comer of applicant's a.c.p. of 200 acres (selected June 6th last) ; and bounded thence on the south by the north boundary of that portion east to its north-east comer ; thence north ; thence west to portion 210 ; thence south to point of com- mencement. Deposit paid, £7. Eugene Frederick Rudder, Coramba, 92 acres, county Fitzroy, parish Moonee, being measured portion No. 210, within special area 7818. Deposit paid, £13 16s. George Henry "Whitechurch, Woombah, Chats- worth, 45 acres, county Clarence, parish of Woom- bah, commencing at the south-east comer of portion 89 (A. Anderson's e.p. of 50 acres) ; and bounded thence by lines south to portion 63 ; thence west a sufficient distance to contain the area ; thence north ; thence east to point of com menoement. Deposit paid. £4 10s. CONDITIONAL LEASE. Eugene Frederick Rudder, Coramba, 210 acres, county...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE CHAPTER IX.—WON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 19 October 1889

- [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE BT ANNIE S. SWAN, Aullior of "Twice Tried," "Across her Path," "Snndcred Hearty" "Aldersyde." "The Gates of Eden." "Briar and Palm," "freedom's Sword," &c, &c. > > CHAPTER IX.-Woy. Florence was ont of doors when Clifford reached Alderley, and he wa3 fortunate in finding his Aunt Adelaide alone in the library, where ehe was look- ing over some proofs for Anna. ; 1 . .' Good morning, Clifford. Florence has gone out for her walk, so I need hardly ask you to sit down"'beside me. Is not the air cold this morning? I was out on the terrace for a little and was glad to come in ;. it felt so wintry." " I don't know. Aunt Adelaide. I never thought of anything but one subject aa I rode over ; it was moro than sufficient. I can tell'you." li What 1 You look quite depressed, now that I see you better. What has ruffled you to-day. " I told my mother this morning about Florence. Aunt Adelaide." Adelaide'Westray winced slightly and ...

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