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The Social Aspect of Protection. Views of an American Manufacturer. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

The Social Aspect of Protection. Views of an American Manufacturer. I A FEW days ago Mr. Service, speaking on the Tariff Bill in the Victorian Legislative Council, declared that if in a social aspect it could be shown that protection brought about a more equal distri 1 bution of wealth in a community it would be an j unanswerable argument in favour of ? the policy, and the hon. gentleman left it to be inferred that I such a result had followed the adoption of the I system in Victoria. Throughout the discussion of the new tariff, two postulates were laid down by the apostles of protection as incapable disproof first, that protection meant high wages to all who were engaged in the manufacture of the protected commodities ; and, second, that it must eventually result ia a reduction in the cost of those commodi- ties to the rest of the community. No better com- mentary on these statements could be had than the views of Mr. J. B. Sargent, one of the largest manufacturers in the United St...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. October li.-CLYDE sch,, crossed in at 1 p.m. October 21. -CITY OF GRAFTON. 825 tons. Captain Magee. Passengers-Mesdames BI-Leod and child, Power; Misses Parry, Summers, Loughman ; Messrs. W. Hooker, J. H. Stanton, H. . A. Slater, J. Little, C. E. Elliott, R. A. M'Auley ; and 3 in the steerage. Left Sydney on Saturday at 9 p.m., crossed the har on Monday at daylight, and arrived in Grafton at 31.30 a.m. lame day. C. E. «nd M. E. S. N. Co., agents. Octoberîl,-AUSTRALIAN slr., 400 tons, Captain Affleck. Passengers-Mrs Hoghes: Blisses Collins, Gleeson ; Messrs. AV. \V. Tarleton, F. AV. Gibson. J. G. O'Kyan, AV. Gibb, J. Miine, W. 15. Stevens, J. Morton, AA'. A. ZaiW, J. Howlett, Master Cockbaine ; and O in the steerage. Left Sydney at 9 p.m. on Saturday, crossed the bar on Monday at daylight, and arrived in Grafton at 1 p.m. same day. Experienced southerly gale and thick rainy weather throughout. John See and Co., agenti. : October ul_FIONA str, crossed o...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Commercial. THE week will be more than ordinarily busy on account of a number of visitors to town, to attend tbe Circuit Court. Several of the hotels have their available accommodation engaged. On Thursday, Mr. J. H. Munro will submit to auction, two first class farms on Harwood Island, well improved. On Friday, Mr. T. Bawden will submit a draft of young cattle at Morrissey's yards, and on Saturday Mr. James O'Keeffe will sell at Southgate, cattle and horses of various descriptions. Feed is still good in low country, but falling off in the high land, :and a good rainfall would affect prices of «tock materially. Maize has not changed since last week, and the supply seems to meet the demand, which is lessened by reason of the favourable season. Exports from the Northern rivers are falling off, ? and stocks must be considerably reduced. The arrivals in Sydney during the latter part of last week were-From the Clarence. 1339 bags Macleay . 2640 New Caledonia . 311 Eichmond. 300 Total.~. ...

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EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. October 16.-CITY OF Git AFTON: C30 bags maize, 0 baga oysters, 32 bides, l eask tallow, 5G cases eggs, 14 -coops fowls, -2 bundles skins, 2 cases fish. 102 pigs, and sundries. October 16.-AUSTRALIAN: 700 bngs maize, CO hides. 2G cedar logs, 1060 spokes, 110 bundles sugar cane, 13 'Crates fish, no pigs, 10 coops poultry, 40 cases eggs, 350 bags sugar, 450 pieces cedar. 452 bags tin ore, 2 casks tallow, 13 bags oysters, and 40 sundries. WEATHER ON THE COAST.-Yesterday strong south- easterly -winds, with .'bowery weather and heavy sea. Clarence liar lumpy. Ballina reports south-easterly gale, with thick rain. Heavy sea on the bar, which had 13i feet at high water. A new screw steamer, the Pearl, IC tons, was on Friday registered nt the Customs. She is the property of Mr. George Skinner, of Tweed River, and was built under the supervision of Mr. A. Settall, jun., cf balmain. The engines are by Halliday Brothers, of Sydney.

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MONDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MONDAY MOBBING... School Of Arts.-A speoial meeting of oom- . mittee waa held on Friday evening last, whon the following gentlemen were present ¡-Messrs. D. See (chair), J. Macnaughtan, F. Street, F. J. Nicholls,. F. Wilkinson, J. Boden, and G. Hyde (Secretary). The prinoipal object of the meeting was to oonsider the advisability of entering into a bond with the Commercial Bank for an overdraft of £100, to meet outstanding engagements. The bond was submitted to the Committee, and after some discussion, signed by those members who - were present ; those who did not attend will be expected and asked to affix their signatures to it ? also. It was mutually agreed that a motion be brought forward ab next general meeting, making it compulsory that nov/ members of the committee ? WÊ (if any be elected) take a share of tho responsibility if it exists when they take office. This wa» thought necessary in order to .give those who signed the bond some control over the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Promotion.-Thefriendsof Mr. J. G. Flanders, jun., of Emmaville, will be glad to hear of his appointment ais Post and. Telegraph master at Wyndham. The change, we understand, is a pro- motion. Wyndham is a new station about 25 miles from Eden. Mr. Flanders leaves Emmaville for his new office on 29th instant. : SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK.--The Minister for Public Instruction spoke on Sunday school work at a meeting in the Wesleyan Centenary-hall. It struck him as being worthy of notice that whilst they were intent upon having their preachers thoroughly trained in theology and other matters they left the training bf the minds of their chil- dren to those who might come almost haphazard. He thought thia was a mistake. There was more delicate refinement required in educating the minds of children than in ministering to those who were grown np. , It occurred to him,, therefore,"whether it would not be. wise to take some-steps to so educate their Sunday school teachers as to have them thoroughly w...

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Lawrence. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Lawrence. MONDAY. Bi-daily Mail.-It ia pleasing to record that the . actions of the La'vrence District Improvement Board are beginning to bear fruit. In answer to- an application for a bi-dailymail service to and from Grafton, tho Postmaster (Mr. M'Millan) hus informed me that such service will take effect from, to-day. If I mistake not, I think it was the Examiners representative at Ulmarra who first drew publio attention to the inconvonience under the old regime, and as wc shall all receive benefit from the result, Lawrence will bo amply repaid by accepting " a sharo " of the credit for obtaining the . bi-daily service referred to.

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Our Timber Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Our Timber Trade. 1 THE travelling' correspondent of the Australian Star, thns writes of the timber trade : PROTECTING THE FOREIGNERS. To commence with the timberman's grievances, he complains bitterly at the unfair legislation in connection with his enterprise. And, as a case ia point, I may instance what I have lately seen in the Cowarra reserve, which will fully illustrate the trouble throughout the north coast. Here the royalty is fixed from 3d to ls 6d per 100ft. super, i log measurement, in addition to which a license fee is demanded to the extent of 10s per month. These excise duties affect the industry in the following manner :-A log-drawer taking an ironbark log off the reserve containing 1000ft. of timber, girth measurement, would be compelled to pay 15s. Including this cost with drawing, cost of log and punting, the mill proprietor receives the log at the cost of 45s. Operating upon the raw material with the very best of machinery it is impossible to reduce it to sawn tim...

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Political and Social Letter. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Political and Social Letter, j : SYDNEY, SATURDAY. \ To an apathetic audience Mr. M;MII,LAN attempted ou Wednesday last, to reply to some Of the speeches made at the recent Protectionist Conference, but the attempt was not successful. Even at his best Mr. M'Millan is not a brilliant, although he^is a fluent, speaker. But wheu he is dealing with figures he is almost unindurable. Enthusiasm he could not excite, and the coldness ot the audience reacted on himself, so that long before he got to the end of his oration, his hearers seemed to be weary. He has the assurance to say that both in Manu- facturing and Agriculture New South Wales had made greater progress than any other country on the face of the earth. But that bit of fiction was tco strong even for the Free-traders to swallow. As a proof that Free-trade waa the best policy'for the colony, he mentioned that Bince 1870 insanity had decreased. This is a wonderful argument, j and especially when it is considered that during i that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

HAGON BBOTHEBS, Merchant Tailors, 150 Pitt street, 135 King-street, and 118 Oxford-street, Sydney, beg to inform their numerous customers and the public generally that their representative (Mr. A. T. FBIKND) will arrive in Grafton on or about 11th November, and at Maclean about 14th November, with a large and choice selection of the latest patterns in Woollens and Fancy Worsteds, kc, kc. Address-Freemason's Hotel, Grafton ; Maclean Hotel, Maclean.-ADV.

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Ulmarra. MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

[ Ulmarra. ^ " . MONDÂT. .Building. - When one sees new buildings . going up in all directions, one is inolined to think well of the state, of business, and. certainly that view would be »Acorrect ono of TJlmnrra just now. No less than rive new places are at present in course of erection in the town and others spoken of, while quite an army of builders, carpenters,. and contractors are sojourning with'us." - I Police Court.-The Council in their action ra Police Court seem to have been about right, and I .understand that a building will' very soon be started. Would that the recreation reserve were a9 near becoming a fact. Reply.r-" Ratepayer " in your iäsue of Satur- . day last, charges me with either having been myself misled, or of wilfully trying to mislead the . public, as regards the Racecourse Road. What I said amounted to this : that the Race Committee - wished to alter the road at present in use, and to shift it from off the running track by clearings another road inside of i...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22ND, 1889. MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22ND, 1889. MUNICIPAL AFFAUIS. SOME serious misapprehension appears to prevail with regard to by-law 49 of the Municipal Council of Grafton. That by-law provides in case of "emergency" for the expenditure of a sum not exceeding £10, upon the authority of the MAYOR and two members of the Works Committee. For some time past this by-law has been used for purposes quite outside the scope of " emergency." Take for instance the sums of money expended upon the streets during late years, for which no previous vote was taken, nor were any actual tenders invited ; while the latest straining of the by-law points to the necessity of the Council insisting upon the by-law being strictly adhered to, and the authority named be limited exclusively to cases of " emergency." Then comes the question what are cases of " emergency "-simply cases requiring prompt attention before the Council could be summoned as a whole to c...

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Grafton Literary and Debating Society. The "Mock" Parliamentary Election. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Grafton Literary and Debating ' Society. The "Hock" Parliamentary Election. As was announced, the "mock election" was pro- ceeded with on Friday night. There was a very fair audience, including a few visitors. Mr. Lardner acted as returning-officer, who, after explaining the mode of procedure, received the nominations of Messrs. A. Lobban, G. L. Bondfield, Stack, W. G. Davies, Patterson and Irving. It was decided that each candidate be allowed 15 minutes, that two be elected, and that visitors could vote. - Mr. Lobban announced himself as a Protectionist. Under Free-trade he said some of our produce was sent' to other countries to be manufactured, then returned and sold to us with great profit to the "middlemen," and at an increased cost to the retailed purchaser. This practice supplied the labour for tither countries, while many of our own workmen were unemployed. Mr. Bondfield was a Protectionist. New South Wales, was.deeply in debt, and notwithstanding the loans that had been eff...

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Wesleyan District Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Wesleyan District Meeting. THE sittings of the above were continued yester- day, when, in addition to the members, the following lay representatives were present :-Mr. James French, Maclean circuit ; Mr. G. Bailey, Ulmarra; Mr. C. Page, Graf ton. The following returns were submitted, shewing the statistics of the district : Sunday schools, 44 ; teachers and office-bearers in connection there- with, 224 ; number of scholars, 1740 ; Bands of Hope. 12 ; with membership of 829. CIRCUIT RETURNS.-There are 8 circuits in the district, 37 churches, with 4453 sittings ; 45 other preaching places, 5 parsonages, 10 ministers, 32 local preachers, 18 class leaders, 541 church mem- bers, besides 179 on trial for membership, and 54G0 attendants at public worship. CHURCH PROPERTY.-The churches and parson- ages cost £8960, enlargements of. same £2530, present debt on buildings £1688, estimated value of land £7975. THE BALLINA CIRCUIT.-The following résolu- tion was passed in reference to the Ballina...

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Visit of the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Visit of the Chief Justice. SIR FREDERICK DARLEY, Chief Justice, arrived at noon yesterday from Glen Innes, to open the Circuit Court this morning. He was accompanied by his Associate (Mr. Darley.) He expressed him- self delighted with his trip from the Tableland, and intends returning to Sydney by the same route. It was considered advisable that while in the district His Honor should have an opportunity of seeing the Clarence, and with this view the Mayor (Mr. S. See) and Mr. T. Bawden, J.P., inter- viewed the Chief Justice yesterday afternoon, at the request of a number of the citizens, to ascer- tain if he could, in the event of arrangements being made, take a trip down the river. The gentlemen named interviewed His Honor, and from what transpired we understand that in con- sequence of Term commencing on Monday next, it is the desire of the Chief Justice to leave Grafton, if possible, for Glen Innes on Wednesday afternoon, in order to catch the through train for Sydney on Saturda...

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Richmond River. OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Richmond River. OCTOBER 19. ROAD OBSTRUCTIONS.-Complaints ate made of some of the leading thoroughfares being obstructed by farmers, who cultivate portions of them, leaving . a limited portion available to the public, across which fences are placed. The Coraki-Chatsworth road ia ¿hus blocked along Bnngawalbyn Creek, much to the annoyance of travellers. THE SUGAR.-The C. S. R. Co.'s gangs have -finished cutting on the South Arm. In reply to a request from farmers on the Brunswick to erect à ;eugar mill at Mullumbimby, the Company state that they will erect no more mills in the colony. ' However, a request to the Richmond River Com- pany has been more favourably entertained. The proposals of the Company are likely to be accepted by the farmers, who are agreeable to raise cane at 8s per ton. COOLING SHED.-Mr. Keele, of the Harbours and Rivers Department, was interviewed at Lismore with the view of having a cooling shed placed on the wharf. The officer will recommend the exten- sion of ...

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Boundaries of Lawrence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Boundaries of Lawrence. THE following are.the newly proclaimed town and suburban boundaries of Lawrence, in lieu of those fixed in March 1885. BOUNDARIES OF TOWN LANDS.-Area about 600 acres : Commencing on the left bank of the Clarence River, at the southernmost corner of suburban portion 1 ; thence by the north-eastern side of River-street; the north side of Rnthven-street ; the north-western side of Raleigh-street ; the north- eastern side of Fairfax;Btreet ; the north-western side of Anne-street ; the south-western side of Stair street ; the south-eastern side of Ward-3treet ; the south-western Bide of March-street ; the south- eastern side of Eton-street ; the south-western side of Tenterfield-street; the north-western side of Grafton-street, Sportsman's Creek ; thence by that creek downwards to ita confluence with the Clar- ence River; thence downwards to the point of commencement. BOUNDARIES OF SUBURBAN LANDS.-Area about 1000 acres : Commencing on the left bank of Sportsman's ...

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Carrington Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Carrington Handicap. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT.-In the Carrington second ronnd the winners of the heats were Wiley, Budd, Maloney, Moore, Darling, Merchant, Layton, Pearson. Budd, who is in great form, put down Wall, a 4 to 1 on chance. In the third ronnd Moore defeated Merchant ; Budd beat Darling ; Pearson put down Maloney ; and Layton defeated Wiley. In the final the betting was-6 to 4 on Layton, 6 to 4 Moore, 7 to 1 Budd and Pearson. The old veteran got an excellent start, and although Layton tried his utmost, he failed to overtake Budd, who won by half a yard. Time, 12.3-10ths. Although the public were heavy losers, the winner was voci- ferously cheered, he being one of the most consist- ent, straighest going professionals. Pearson was a good third, and Moore fourth. Bespecting J.- J. Lynch's running in the 19th heat of Carrington handicap, the Referee says : Lynch seems to lose his head when the money is on, for shifting his foot, that foolish plan which brings a man to one side of...

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False Shame of Young Men. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

False Shame of Young Men. YOUNO men who come from the country to the town, and who get on in the world, are often j ashamed of their parents, of the fnstic dress they once wore, and of the simple but honest and kindly ways of their childhood. And too often when they ásenme the fashionable clothes and adopt the fashionable ways of their new friends, they leave behind them the religion of their childhood, and forget the piety which they learned at a mother's knee. They have out-grown the priestly dress in which their mothers dedicated them to God, and think her religion old-fashioned and worn out. This is false shame. It is a sin against the dearest and moat sacred instincts of our nature. So far from being manly, it is^mean and dastardly. Depend apon it, the man who will have most of the esteem of his fellow creatures and of the favour of heaven will be he who keeps unchanged all through life the mantle of heavenly devotion with which his mother clothed him. He who makes the religion...

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Sir Thomas G. Esmonde in Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 22 October 1889

Sir Thomas G. Esmonde in Lismore. OK "Wednesday last Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonde, M.P., who had arrived here on Monday, paid a visit, accompanied by the Mayor, to several places iu the town, among others the Public School. Sir Thomas made several inquiries respecting the system of teaching, and expressed himself highly , pleased at the large number of children being taught, as well as the whole surroundings of the establishment, particularly the fine collection of charts and map3. They then proceeded to the Convent school, then to St. Carthage's Parochial school, where an address was presented to the Baronet. On Thursday evening an address was given by Sir Thomas in aid of the Evicted Tenants'Fand. At the conclusion of the proceedings £205 was collected and promised. Sir Thomas said it was the most successful meeting he bad had on his tour. Mar. The Weather. -On Saturday evening a «outherly gale was reported at Jervis Bay, which did not reach Grafton till the following eveniDg. Yeste...

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