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MINING IN TUE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

MINING IN TUE DISTRICT. THEKE ate many indications of improvement in mining1 matters in this district. The some time since abandoned reefs in the neighbourhood of Cangi are being again tried, with, it is alleged, the most satisfactory results ; every test, almost, not only showing richness of stone, but what is of equal importance in that class of mining ; improve- ment as the lower levels are being reached, and consequently promising permanency. There is, of course, nothing in these reefing re-discoveries to justify what is known as " a rush." That sort of thing, so far as quartz reefing is concerned, is, or should be, of the past. Much of the failure of our local mines has been brought about through ground being taken up by inexperienced men without capital, in the hope not of proving the ground, but of finding some greater fools than themselves, who would pay down some fictitious value. The "rush " and the "boom"in respect to quartz-reefing are equally to be condemned, so far as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Horsford* Acid Phosphate. j Makes delicious Lemonade. A teaspoonful added to a glass of hot or cold water, and sweetened to the taBte, will be found refreshing and invigorating.

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26TH, 1889. VISIT OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. Í ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATUEDAX MOBSCO, ÔCTOBEE 26TH, 1889. VISIT OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE. THE great éventa of the passing week have, of course, been the visit of the CHTEF JUSTICE and Circuit Court sittings. As to the latter the business was not heavy ; but still there waa sufficient to show that the judges in arranging their circuits should give more time for the sittings at each place. As it is, there is a continual rush on the part of every one to get the business through. We have remarked on a previous occasion that this is scarcely fair to the members of the legal profession or to their clients, and is certainly not following out one of the principles implied in the establish- ment of Circuit and District Courts-the bringing of justice to every man's door. Possibly the remedy to some extent for this, is that lying amongst the possibilities of true Local Government. The appointment of Resident Judges, instead of itinera- ting ones. In any case mor...

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THE AGRICULTURIST & GRAZIER. Carriage of Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

THE AGRICULTURIST & GRAZIER. Carriage of Meat. IT appears that the negotiations which have been lately going on between the Bailway Commissioners anda company which ia heine formed in Sydney for the purpose of slaughter- ing meat in the country districts and conveying it in a frozen state to Sydney, have now been brought to a successful issue. The only thing which stands in the way of the successful realization of the scheme is the doubt whether the company will be floated, but as several gentlemen well known in the financial world are connected with it, there seems to ba no reason for fear of this score. A draft prospectus on the com- pany has been privately circulated, from which it appears that the capital is to be £500,000, in 100,000 shares of £5 each, power being given to increase the capital to £1,000,000, although it is only proposed to call up £250,000 at present. The company will establish depots at the most important railway termini and main stock centres, and sto...

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Station Sales in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Station Sales in Melbourne. LAST WEEK two valuable station properties were offered. The first was Tuppal, near Deniliquin, consisting of about 127,349 acres freehold, and 1G.0G8 acres leasehold area, 194 acres under annual lease, and 32,017 acres conditional pur- chase. The stock lepresentsd 147,200 sheep, 2G4 cattle, and 140 horses. The highest bid for the entire property, includ- ing the buildings and improvements, wss £405,000. The property was bought in. The other station was the Hartwood Estate, near Deniliquin, consisting of about 104,5 K) acres, 1200 acres under Crown lease and license, with buildings and improvements, bf sides abont 74,750 sheep, 67 horses, and 51 cattle. The property was offered at per acre for freehold lands, the vendor's interests in the Crown lands to be given in, the stock to be taken at 7s per bead for sheep, £5 per head for cattle, and £8 for horses, the station, plant, &c, to be taken at schednle prices. The higheBt bid was two guineas p.er a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Special Advertisements. IL PALING AND CO., LIMITED, . (Established 1853). The leading and cheapest house for Piano3. Organs and Music, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. r^-AGENCY. AT MB. HENRY JORDAN'S, Criterion Hall, Grafton, where every information may be obtained and sam- ples seen. Illustrated catalogues and price lists on application. ELDON'S LADIES' JOURNAL, part 42, and three cut out Paper Patterns-ls 6d by post Weldon's Illustrated Dressmaker, and three cut out Paper Patterns-ls 3d by post YcuDg Ladies' Journal for November. CHRISTMAS CARDS. CHRISTMAS CARDS. Packets from one shilling. G. C. SYEB, Bookseller, Grafton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Abstract of Sales toy Auction. TO-DAY (SATURDAY). By IVBAWDEN, at rear of Rooms, at 12, Police Horses and Saddles. Farm Produce. .±ty J. O'KEEFFE, at Farrell's Hotel, Southgate, Horses and Mixed Cattle. By W. GOODGER, at Hough's Yards, Ulmarra, at 2, Store iJullccksÄrCl Mixed Cattle. TUESDAY. By H. MAURICE, at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Allotments of 3Und,'Korst»,BuggyandHaniess,Oilclotb, Mattresses, aud&indries. WATERCOLOUR PAIKTIKG. - We Lave been hiiowa some excellent water-colours from the brush of Mr. E. Vaughan, who painted the scenery fur the.Maclean School of Arts. We understand that an offer has been made to supply several scenes for the Theatre Boyal i and seeing- that Mr. Hynes has had the building renovated, it would add to its attractions if ney/ pinery was placed therein.

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Letters to the Editor. Palmer's Island School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Letters to the Editor. 2 THE Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. Palmer's Island School of Arts. I SIR.-I -wish, to draw attention through your columns to the long delay that has taken place in establishing a School of Arts in this district. Nearly a year ago a number of gentlemen decided to establish one in a leased building, and called a public meeting to consider the matter. At this meeting a prominent local resident offered to grant a site for a building, pointing out that the money required for its erection could be easily raised. A committee, of which the donor of the site was one, was appointed to carry out the work, which it was supposed would be proceeded with in a short time. Such a long period was allowed to elapse without anything being done, that one member of the Com- mittee resigned, in disgust. A canvas of the district was then made for life members at £10 each, and six members were promised. After another long interval ...

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SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

SECOND DAY-"WEDNESDAY. The Court opened at 9.30 a.m. Stealing. Jnlai Ilamit and Louis Leden were arraigned for having at Lawrence, on the 11th September last, steal sundry articles of clothing and jewellery from the CR. and M.R.S.N. Co's, wharf, the property of William D. Robertson. A Hecond count charged the accused with feloniously reoeiving the I same, knowing them to have been Btolen. Accused pleaded not guilty, and were undefended. Jury- Michael Roach, James Stick, John O'Brien, John Taylor, Thomas Morrissey, George Buchanan, Joseph Barnier, Timothy Hawthorne (foreman) John C. M'Kee, Joseph Johnson, "William James William Everingham. Senior-constable Brown, stationed at Lawrence, deposed to arresting the accused Leden at South- gate on the 13th September, on a charge of stealing the articles enumerated in the indictment. Fonnd on Leden a coat, flannel shirt, and singlet, rolled np in a blanket. When the owner of the property identified the articles, Leden claimed them as his. A...

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Clarence Ballway Construction and Harbour Improvement League. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Clarence Ballway Construction and Harbour Improvement League. AT a meeting held on Wednesday, there were present-Messrs. S. See (in the chair), Munro, Lipman, Rush, Varley, C. Page, Rothschild, E. L. Rutledge, Bawden, Waterhouse. The CHAIRMAN read correspondence from Mr, T. Page, resigning hi3 position as Secretary and member of the Executive Committee. General regret was expressed at Mr. Page's determination, and Messrs. See and Munro were deputed to wait upon him with the view of inducing him to recon- sider the matter. The result of the interview was that the state of Mr. Page's health and his multi- farious duties were such as to compel him to take the course he had. It was then resolved that the resignation be received, and that a letter be sent to Mr. Page expressing regret at his resignation and its, cause and thanking him for his untiring labors on behalf of the League and its work. It was then resolved that Mr. Bawden be requested to act as Secretary until the ensuing quart...

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CHAPTER XIII. — MARRYING AND GIVING IN MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

CHAPTER XIII. - MARRYING AND GIVING IN MARRIAGE. FLORENCE COURTKEY was alone in the drawing room of her sister's house in Prince's Gate. She was sitting at the piano, her elbows resting on the keys, her face hidden in her hands. Of what was she thinking ? Why was her fair face clouded, her sweet eyes shadowed wi th a bitter pain ? The years had wrought but little outward change in Florence. She was still bright, wilful, lovable, though there was at times many little womanly touches about her which seemed to tell that some pensive influ- ence was at work within. The twilight had stolen upon her unawares as she had lingered over her music-still the sweet solace of these darker moments, with which she had to battle sometimes, for the impulses of the heart will not always obey the dictates of the will. Wherever Bhe went Florence Courtney won affec- tionate regard, and more than one eligible suitor, even during the present season, had sought her love. But though kind and friendly to all,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

GOLD MEDAL, Paris Exhibition, 1889, awarded to SUNLIGHT SOAP for a pure and perfect soap. Invite your friends and neighbours to see 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 uses 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 milk pans beautifully bright and clean. Used in the Sick Mooni it acts as a disinfectant. Used in the Stable it will keep manes and tails clean and Bilky, and heal sores and scratches. Use it 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 — 26 October 1889

t ^^^^^- ==L , Horse-ownera and others would do well to take r notice of Mr. Maurice's sale of Chaff on Wednesday ; next, a3 it is really first-class, and to be sold with- out reserve.-ADV.

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. A SECTION of the Omnibus and Tramway Com panies of London have conceded a rednction in the hours of labour. The Agents-General, Eight Ber. Dr. Moorehouse, and Princess Teck have presented a petition to Lord Salisbury in favour of a pension being granted to Mrs. Blanchard, the female emigrants' friend. A full panel jury has been formed to try the murderers of Dr. Cronin. The Australian Freehold and Banking Corpora- tion offer 50,000 shares at a premium of 50s. An important iron and steel manufacturing company in the North of England is willing to establish works in Australia if the Government will guarantee the company their custom for a term of years. The German Reichstag was opened by Emperor William, who said that he believed that peace would be maintained. A Bill dealing with Soci- alism is promised. The first of ten prisoners for the murder of Inspector M'Fadden, in Ireland, has been convicted of manslaughter. Dunlop and Co. are building...

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New Scale of Ferry Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

New Scale of Ferry Bates. g SYDNEY, FBIDAY.-According to promises made to Mr. M'Farlane, Mr. See, and other members, Mr. Brace Smith has adopted a uniform scale of ferry rates for the whole colony, as under : s. d. Foot passengers (school children excepted)... 0 1 Every horse, drawing or not .;. 0 3 Gig or dray (two wheels only).'.. 0 6 Waggon, &amp;c. (four wheels). 1 0 Every head of cattle.«.0 3 Every sheep, pig, Sec., not exceeding 100, each 0 OJ Sheep, pigs, &amp;c, exceeding 100, each .0 0| Goods not conveyed on vehicles, per cwt. .. 0 3 Vehicles are to be paid for in addition to toll for horses drawing same. Persons riding in vehicles to pay no toll. Where the number of vehicles crossing at the one time exceeds two, HALF BATES only. Vehicles returning same day, HALF BATES for re-crossing. The Member for The Clarence wires : I have been officially informed, in reply to previous cor- respondence, that the Minister for Works has fixed the ferry dues (as given elsewhere.)<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Wanted WANTED, a smart LAD, about li, as appren- tice to cabinetmaking. H. H. SANDERS, Prince-street. ANTED, an UNDER HOUSEMAID, also a GENERAL SERVANT, to assist in kitchen. Apply to_Mrs. JAMES LAIRD. WANTED at once, Respectable GIRL as General Servant. Apply _Mrs. B. MORRISSEY, Victoria-street. WJ ANTED, two SERVANT GIRLS-cook and WT housemaid. Mrs. PEOPLES, Clare Castle Hotel, Maclean. ANTED, APPRENTICES to the DRESS MAKING. Apply MES. BROWNE and Miss BURGESS, Dressmakers, Ulmarra._ WANTED, a respectable young GIRL, to assist in general housework. Apply to Mrs. W. C. ATTWATER, hotel, Copmanhurst ; or to Mrs. ATTWATER, Pound-street, Grafton. WANTED, by a well educated gentleman, with extensive experience and holding the high- est testimonials, a SITUATION as BOOK-KEEPER, or any other position of trust. References to many gentlemen both on the Clarence River and in Sydney. Apply to Mr. G. H. VARLEY, office of this paper, for farther particulars. ADY AND GENTLEMEN CANVASSERS wanted ...

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DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEOEAVII. October 23. -CITY OF GRAFTON, 825 tona, Captain Magee. Crossed out at 2.43 p.m., and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. Passengers-Mesdames Cameron, Goddard. Garvau ; Misses lîurns, Gninea, Hewitt, Goldard ; Messrs. Jamieson, Young, Josephson, Chowne ; and 5 in the steerage. C. R. and M. ll. S.'N. Co., agents. October23. -AUSTRALIAN str., 400 tons, Captain Affleck. Crossed out at 2 40 p.m., aud arrived in Sydney on Thursday. Passengers-Mesdames Woodley, M'Lean and family ; Miss M'Kay ; Messrs. Gibson, Gibb, Milne, Jim, Hewlett, White, Davey, Morton, M'Donald ; and 7 in the steerage. John See and Co., agents. October 25.-FIONA str., crossed out at 0.30 a.m. C. S. E. Co., agents. EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. October 10.-HELEN NICOLL : 743 bags maize, 02 pigs, 5 kegs butter, 7S hides, 10 coop3 poultry, 55 cases eggs, 5 bales skins, 33 bundles sugarcane, 30,000 feet hardwood, 7 bales wool, 1104 bags sugar, 240 pieces cedar, 1 cask tallow, 15 cases tish, 4600 hard...

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Gold and Antimony Mines Between Nambucca and Bellinger Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Gold and Antimony Mines Between Nambucca and Bellinger Rivers. THE Minister for Mineä has received the following report from Meura. Wilkinson andSIee, members of the Prospecting Board, with reference to an inspection of the gold and anti i mony mines situated between the Nambucca and Bellinger Eivers:-The country consists of hills of slate formation intruded by masses and dykts of granite rocks, and traversed i by innumerable quartz reefs. One of the intrusive granite I masses forms a small conical hill about three miles north of Deep Creek, and close to the main road from Nambucca to Fernmount. On the summit of the hill the rock contains arsenical pyrites in segregated patches of various sizes. Some of these have been opened out at the surface, and in a drive from a shaft at a depth of 100ft., one pyritons mass has been I proved to be 17ft. wide : it appears to be " pipe-lode." In it» vicinity the rock, which is of a very soft, telepathic nature, bas mispickel more or less dissemin...

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Grafton Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Grafton Gun Club. are.-Finding this club is now defunct, I have for some time past been anxiously looking forward to see the sport- ing gentlemen of this town call a public meeting to form another gun club, when the season is closed for game shooting, and of late the game appears so scarce in. this district. What could he better to keep the rust off our guns but regular quarterly matches. In a smaU village, in fact a farming district like Copmanhurst, it seems a dis grace to allow them to have the only genuine club on this noble Clarence Eiver. They again are about having another day s shooting, and intend offering a Larger prize than has hitherto been attempted. Should a meeting be called for the purpose of forming another club, the prosperity of it will be a Secretary, who will take an interest similar to the Copmanhurst Secretary and Treasurer, and the members work together with unitedspirit. Being a loverof the gun I will readily give my mite aud assistance. _PIGEON SHOT. I Sin....

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The Tea Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

The Tea Meeting. Os Tuesday evening, the Church building was nicely decorated with flowers and evergreens, festoons hang- ing over the transept, and a wreath at either side of the pulpit, with the inscriptions " God is love " and "Trust iu the Lord" worked iu white OH a dark relief, while the pulpit and immediately under it was decorated in n manner which reflected credit upon the young ladies of the Church, under the guidance of Miss Francis. Three tables were donated by Mesdames Hewitt, Smith, Emert, Masted, Childs, a nd a fourth (a subscription table) was presided over by the Misses Evans and Miss Gray. After justice had been done to the good things, the proceedings commenced hy singing the 37th hvuin "Jesus, the name high over all;" Miss Boss presiding at the organ. The Chairman (Rev A. S. SWIFT) said we had much to be thankful for as a Church, as a people, aud as a district. We had been specially reminded within the last 43 hours of our indebtedness to God in the refreshing sho...

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