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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Letters to the Editor. XHE Editor does not bold himself responsible for opinion! expressed by correspondents. SIR.-I notice in your columns of the 10 th instant, that Mr. A. Ros?, of Palmer's Island, has drawn attention to your remarks with respect to "the disgraceful behaviour of some of the larrikins on the occasion of Rev. Mr. Haussman's lecture," with humiliating regret and offended dignity, that your columns should carry such detrimental and untruthful remarks, about " the quiet little place " in which he lives, and stating that such disgraceful conduct has never taken place on this Island. Now, I regret that such conduct has taken place. Is it not a well known fact that some few weeks ago (not months) a gang of men recently employed as cane cutters drank intoxicating drinks till they were infuriated to such an extent that they : actually on their way home stoned in the windows i of the Protestant Hall, which is used for publie worship and distant about a mile from Mr. Ross' Th...

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Our Harbour and Railways. Visit of the Public Works Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Our Harbour and Railways. Visit of the Public Works Committee. THE Executive Committee of the Harbour Improve- ment aud Railway Construction League have, we gather from the reports of their proceedings, submitted to the Secretary of the Pnblic Works Committee the names of several gentlemen qualified to give evidence touching the Harbour improvements at the Clarence Heads, and the Railway from Grafton to the Tweed. Amongst the names so submitted there are residents both of Sydney and of this district, but we have not heard whether or not the suggestion made by the Execu- tive Committee is going to be acted upon. We certainly think it should be, and that some intimation of that fact should have been made ere this both to the Secretaiy of the League, in answer to his communication, as well as to the parties named. Many of these reside at places somewhat inconvenient to reach upon such short notice, and undoubtedly as those enquiries by the Public Works Committee are in the public inter...

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Grafton Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Grafton Circuit Court. THIS Court opened on Tuesday at 10 a.m., before Sir Frederick Darley, Chief Justice. Mr. W. W. Tarleton acted aa Crown Prosecutor, and there were also present-Messrs. J. G. O'Ryan and F. W. Gibson, barristers ; Messrs. Foott, Meillon, Laman, Donaldson and M'Guien, solicitors. Mr. Darley attended as Judge's Associate, and Mr. Wilshire was present from the Crown Solicitor's office. The names of the jury were called over, and also those of the special jury. Thomas Shannon, for non-attendance, was fined 60s. Presentation of Address. OahéhnîE o£ the Magistrates of the district, Mr. A. 1. j M'DongaB, 2.M., read the following address. There were 18 ol the local Bench present. His Honor Sir Frederick Matthew Darley, Knight, Chief Justice of the colony of New South "Wales. We, the undersigned Magistrates of the territory resid lng in. the police district of Grafton, desire to welcome your Honor on your first visit to our district, the occasion feeing also marked as the...

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

DEATH. PRINDABLE.-On the 23rd instant, at the Graf- ton Hospital, after a long and painful illness, DANIEL PRINDABLE, native of Newmarket, county Cork, Ireland, in his 54th year, leaving a family of six children to mourn their sad loss. May his soul rest in peace. DEATH. WELLS-On the 12th October, 1889, at the resi- dence of his daughter, Mrs. P. Deery, JAMES WELLS; aged 74 years. Native of Norfolk, England. May his soul rest in peace.-Hunter River papers please copy.

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The Champion Sculler. The Race, and How it was Won. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

The Champion Sculler. The Race, and How it was Won. JUDGING from "Cornstalk's" account of the race, O'Connor had no show whatever with Searle : and when he came to the ' rough water, the American showed weakness, and did not feather his sculls at all well. It is evident that Australia will retain the championship for some time unless a great "révolution" is mide, in which our American cousins would play ' first fiddle." That ingenious nation will not let an opportunity piss, in the endeavour to win back the much coveted title. Seeing that professional rowing in England is at such a low ebb, with slight prospects of a champion coming [ from their ranks, it would not be surprising to many cloie ob: er vers, if the English amateur decided to make a fight for the Championship of the World, in which case Australia I would have to bring out her best man. The writer holds that the PICK OF ENGLAND, could defeat any but a PHENOM ENOS SCULLER to be found on this side of the globe. In | some r...

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Sporting. Prince of Wales' Birthday Races. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Sporting. Prince of Wales' Birthday Races. THE following nominations were made on Wednesday for the Trial and Prince of Wales* Handicaps, to he run under' the auspices of " Tattersalls " on the Racecourse on the above date : Trial Handicap, 6 furlongs. A. N. Barnier's b m TBIDENTINE, 4 years, Somnus -Matilda A. N. Barnier's b h THOBNBACK, 4 years, Drummer . The Thorn .. J. Pettendrigh's blk h ALL FOTJBS, 4 yrs, Gamester -Snowflake ... C. Page ns. b h CABLOVITCH, 4 years, Beugny Gazelle C. Page ns. br m PBtTNELLA, 4yrs, Conrad-Eva .. J. Walker's b m LUNETTE, 6 years. Young Fisher-, man-Lumination " H. M'Aulay's b g WABHAWK, 5 years, Fieldfare Fidget . H.;Cameron's ch m MISS WELCOME, aged. Wel- come-Blackie J. Murphy ns. b g LEVI, aged, The Drummer-Little Kate. . D. Duggan's b g BOTHEBATION, aged, Banagher Signet E. Berry's b g ECLIPSE. 6 years, by Cossack A. Walz'a br g TATTLER, aged . J. Williams ns, b c SEPABATION, 3 j eare, Andover -Phoebe .. *. ?. J. Williams ns. b g THE BBOKEB, ...

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

4 TTîHE MOST POPULAR DRINK IN THE "~ A COLONY IS ROW'S -^ BITTERS! Read the following reports 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, manu factored by Edward Row and Company, and find it to be remarkably pleasant in flavor, containing abont 16 per cent, of a very pure alcohol, and hold-1 ing in solution a clear wholesome Vegetable Bitter, I combined with a fruity spicy aroma. I consider this Bitter a very superior article. .' WM. JOHNSON, " Government Analytical Chemist, j The great demand throughout the colony for these pure Bitters shows they are superior to all others, and equalled by nona 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 follows :-" That I feel it a duty I...

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Clarence F. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Clarence F. and A. Society. THE quarterly meeting of committee was held ou Wednes- day, the president (Mr. See), in the chair. There were present-MesBti. G. Bailey, A. Bailey (of Ulmarra), J. B. Carlton (Cowper), G. Martin (Martin's Point). J. Chisholm (Brushgrove), J. M'Pherson (Clarenza), A. Waters (Orara), T. Bawden, E. I. Butledge, A. Lipman, J. E. Chapman, G. Crispin, A. Eggins, H. A. Volckers, W. Ford, and T. Page. Apologies for absence were read from Mr. E. Cameron, Ulmarra, Mr. M'Dermid, South Grafton, and Mr. G. H. Vu ri cy _ TBEASUBEB'S QUABTEBLY STATEMENT. Balance due Bank 1st July.£812 8 10 Paid Secretary. 18 35 JJ Paid commission . , J " Accounts passed at quarterly meeting. 10 17 3 Receipts from 1st July to 1st September- £843 7 1 Bent farm .£10 0 0 Bent enclosure. 2 0 0 Bent garden . 10 0 Bent ground». 5 5 0-18 5 0 Members' subscriptions, 1890 . 14 1 0 Entry fees Flower Show and sweep . 0 13 0 Balance due Bank, 1st October, £810 8s ld £32 10 0 Accounts passed for paym...

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Dairying Tests at Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Dairying Tests at Kiama. At a special meeting of the Kiama Agricultural Association, on Friday of last week, to consider the draft report of the sub-committee appointed to go into the question of milk and butter tests in connection with the working association's dairy herd-book. There was a large attendance of committeemen, amongst whom the greatest unanimity prevailed as to the proposed alteration of the system of testing cows by means of the hand cream separators, in lieu of setting the milk aa here- tofore. Under the new system rules, which were unanimously adopted, two persons are to be appointed at convenient centres, viz., Gerringong and Jamberoo, to one or other of these places competing animals are to ba taken. Tests will there be conducted, under the following conditions :-Two day's tests to be adopted instead of seven, as heretofore, which it ii thought will induce more stockowners to compete ; that 1001b milk, S\lb butter in two consecutive days he the standard for admiss...

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Lecture on Poetry and Music of Ireland. In Aid of the Grafton Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Lecture on Poetry and Music of Ireland. In Aid of tho Grafton Hospital. ON Wednesday evening Mr. J. G. O'Ryan (Barrister at-Law) delivered a lecture on Irish Poetry and Music, in the Theatre. The House was a fairly good one, though there was plenty of room for a I larger audience. The Lecturer, who was intro- j doced by Mr. Bawden (Treasurer of the Hospital), | began by touching on the influence of poetry and i music generally, quoting the words of Fletcher and Thomas Davis.- saying that a nation's poetry is a nation's educator. It is the language of the heart, the breathings of a people's inner life, the reflec- tions of their wants and aspirations, and the truest history of their feelings. He spoke of how it ennobles the heart and intellect, fires ns in action, sheds a grace' beyond the power of luxury around oar homes, and is the recognised envoy of our minds among all mankind to all time. He said that music powerfully influences the soul in increasing its sen- sation of joy, ia ...

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

Professions H AMIITON FISHES, licensed Surveyor mir er REAL PROPERTY ACT, VICTORIA-BTREET (opposite Court-house.) PBIVATE SUBDIVISIONS. M Flâna of all kinds and descriptions prepared promptly AGENT FOB GRAFTON, CASINO, AND LISMOBE _MB. J. H. MUNRO._ El LL ON AND LAMAN, SOLICITORS, ic, PBINCE-STBEET, GRAFTON. MR. MEILLON, Commissioner for affidavits of the Supreme Courts of New South Wales and Victoria. A member of the Firm attends at MACLEAN every Thursday, and will attend courts at Ulmarra and Lawrence if retained. MONEY TO LEND at lowest current rates of interest on approved security._ OBEIE AND M'GTTEEN, N ATTORÜETg, SOLICITORS AND CONVEYANCERS, GRAFTON. ty F. Norrie, Commissioner of Affidavits Supreme Courts of New South Wales and Queensland. For the convenience of clients on the Lower Clarence, one of the firm will attend at MACLEAN EVERY THURSDAY. Also attend Quarter Sessions and District Courts at Casino and Lismore. E G A L. BOHEBT R. »OB AKHSOff, . ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR and P...

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

John 8M ii Co.'« Shivpiag notices. JOHN BEB ABD CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. The 8.9. Australian, Captain K. Affleck, for Sydney every WEDNESDAY MORN- ING at 7 o'clock ; leaving for Grafton every SATURDAY INIGHT, at 9 o'clock. The 8.8. Helen nicoll, Captain R. A. "Fraser, for Sydney every SATURDAY MORNING at 7.30 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every TUESDAY NIGHT, at 3 o'clock. ' *. FARES-Saloon, single ... £2 0 0 . return ... 3 10 O Steerage.£1 each way. . yf- . _ JOHN BEE AMP CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S. DBOGHEES. Alteration of Time-table. On and after Monday next,, lat July, OUR DROGHEKS WILL BUN AB FOLLOWS. Perseverance. jMONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's Inland, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. 'WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Unka and Yamba if necessary) : returning Friday. lorna. ?On and after THURSDAY, 26th instant, and until ' further notice, the Lorna will leave on MONDAYS. For Ramornie "TUESDAYS. For Copmanhurst "WEDNESDAYS.For Copmanhurst T...

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Grafton Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Grafton Borough Council. THE regular fortnightly meeting was held on Wednesday. Present-The Mayor, Aldermen M'Kittrick, Beatson, Rothschild, Lowe, Schaeffer, Alderson, Laird, Campbell, Jacobs. CORRESPONDENCE.-From the Young Borough Council, stating tbat the electric system of lighting had proved satisfactory. The cost of plant will be about £6090, the contractor to supply 1500 16-c.p. lights for 12 months for £1100, at the expiration of which term the Council if satisfied to take over and pay for the plant. Received, to he considered with Special Lighting Committee's report. From the Member for Grafton, stating that the matter referred to him is being investigated, and that he would request that a competent person be sent to Grafton early, to prepare a plan and estimates for a system of drainage, flood works, &c. From the Railway and Harbour League, applying for the use of the Chamber to hold meetings. Request granted. From the Department of Lands, drawing atten- tion to a f...

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[ALI RIGHTS RESERVED.] A VEXED INHERITANCE. CHAPTER XII.—NEMESIS [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

[ALI ZIGHT3 EESESVED.] A VEXED IHERITÄICE BY ANNIE S. SWAN. Author of "Xwic-; Trie-1." "Across her Path," "Senderea Hcaits," '. Aldersyde." "Ike Gates of Eden." "-Briar and Palra," "Freedoai'a Sword," sc., ¿c. CHAPTER S!!!.-NEMESIS In a small drawing-room of a comfortably fur- nished house at Highbury a. lady was sitting alone. A cheerful fire burned an the well-kept grate, and cast its ruddy glow pleasantly on the solitary dreamer-for her cheerful attitude and expression were those of one whose thoughts were either ¡busy among the records of memory, or the possibilies of the future. She was a woman yet in her pritne, for her face was smooth and unwrinkled,; but her hair was quite gray. She-had it confined under a small cap of delicate lace. v¿th a bow of lavender coloured ribbon afc the «<Je. Her dress was black, gracefully made, but without trimming of any kind. Her hands vrere white and wsll-made, and on the left one she wore a wedding ring. She had in-sonvs respects a...

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

Commercial. k . Ko land waa applied for at the Lands Office on Thursday. On that day there was a fair attendance at the sale held by Mr. J. H. Munro, when two farms in the late Mr. D. Black's estate on Har- wood Island were submitted, one of 40 acres realis- ing £1110s per acre, and the other of 100J acres £5 per acre. Two half-acre allotments at Coffs Harbor have been recently quitted a t £80 each, .showing that the value of land is increasing in that locality. On Tuesday next Mr. H. Maurice will sell a half acreof land in Bacon-street,between Duke, and Villiers streets. The stock markets are utichaoged. Several drafts of stores and mixed have been put through the yards this week. Kaize is still unchanged, and the diminution in f-hipping does not seem to have improved the sell- ing rate. The arrivals in Sydney at the early part ' oE the week included 743 bags from the Clarence, .HO from. Ulladulla, and 2097 from the Macleay. There is increasad animation in the timber trade, and sev...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Religious Notices. CHUECH or ENGLAND. Sucdny-Catliedr.il, ll and 7.30 : German Church (H.c.), 0.30. Children's Bervice. 3 : Evensong and Sermon, 7.30. Meat Works, 3. Thursday - (Bible Class for adults) German Church, 7.30. Sunday-Ulmarra, ll; South Grafton, Children's Flower Service, 3 ; Evensong, 7.30. Friday-South Grafton, 7.30 Ttiv. F. E. Haviland. Sunday, 3rd-Tea Tree Creek, 3-Eev. F. E. Haviland. .S-Jnday-lawrence, ll; Tyndal-, 3.3'; Maclean, 7.30-Eev. ' R. J. Moxon. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday-Grafton, Mass at ll. Vesper?, 7.30. Masa every morning at 7. Friday-Mass at S an l 10. Stations of the Cross, 7.30. South Grafton, Mass at 9.S0. Sunday school at 10. Friday-Mass at 9.30. Stations of the Cross and * lîenediction at 7.30. Saturday-Mass at 7 30. Brushgrove, Mass at ll. Sinday-Palmer's Island, Mass at 9 ; Harwood, MnsB at ll "Kev. Father Schurr. > ./Sunday-Maclean, Mass at 9. Vespers at 7. Lawrence, Mass * at ll-Kev. Father Ahern. r PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NEW SOOTH "WAL...

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A Very Hard Case. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Ä Very Hard Case. PßOBABLY a number of people were struck by a case beard at the reoent Goulburn Criminal Court, in which a man was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment in the local gaol for neglecting to provide his wife with clothing and food, so that her life was endangered. On perusing the report in the newspaper, the case is seen to be one of the grossest character. The unhappy woman whose wrongs led to the case had borne the most heartless treatment without complaint, without an attempt at redress. To read this report is to experience the keenest regret that the wretch cannot be made to suffer a tithe of the' misery inflicted during IC years upon a woman whose only fault was her meekness. A clergyman visits the unhappy creature after her confinement and finds her lying upon a shutter placed on two or three boxes, without any mattress, with only two or three blankets and some old clothing. There was in the hut Jib. of bread and some coffee, to serve for food for the wife, four ...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 26 October 1889

Shipping. j ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. October 24.-WYRALLAH str.. 400 tona. Captain Aile}-; Passengers-Mesdames Clarke, Pearson; Messrs. Pearson¡ Auerbach, Fawn, Joseph, Hopkinson ; and 1 in the steerage. Left Sydney on Tuesday at 5 30 p.m., crossed the bar on Thursday at S a. m., and arrived in Grafton same da}-. Experienced light winds and swell, with showery weather. C. R. and M. R. S. >". Co.. agents. October24-HELEN NICOLL, 400 tons, Captain Fraser. Passengers-Mesdames Moxon and child, Campbell; Misses Price (2), Mo-rinit ; Messrs. J. Davies, Woodward, A. Suttie, I!. H. D. Corbet, A. J. Whitford, S. Vi. E. I'opkins, H. Camp- bell. Rev. R. J. Moxon ; and 3 in the steerage. Left Sydney at D p.m. on Tuesdav, crossed the bar on Thursday at daylight, aud nrrived in Grafton at noon same day. Experienced fine weather and heavy seathroughout. JohnSeeaud Co.,agents.

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

Unpleasant dreams and general nnrest do not trouble persons who are wise enough to use "Wolfe's Schnapps.-ADV. Ask your medical attendant what he thinks of Wolfe's Schnapps as a means of promoting digestion.-ADV. " I was recommended to use Wolfe's Schnapps by a medical man of large experience, who evidently knew its value. '-ADV, General Notices SHOPPING BY POST. THE CELEBRATED ORIENT CLOTHING, For Boys', Youths' ami Men's X UM ME ll WEAH. MEN'S ORIENT SUITS. First quality TWEED SUITS, .splendid vaina. Extra quality Fashionable TWEEDS AND HOMESPUNS . Special quality Special Selected TWEEDS AND FANCY WORSTEDS ... A special line of Stylish SCOTCH TWEEDS. Extra special first-class Fancy WORSTED and fine HOMESPUN (silk sleeve lining) Self-colored SERGERETTEri, in choice oolours .. Navy Blue ESTEMENE SEUGE, cool and light . Navy Blue REGULATION SERGE, fast colors . . Black WORSTED and CORKSCREW SUITS. -... 33a 6d ... 40a ... 50s ... 55s ... 60s 40s, 50s ... 40s ... 40s David Jones and Co...

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

jM.ETEOItOI.OGrc Ali. Rainfall np to Thermometer Fahrenheit 0 a.m. Maximum. Minimum. inches. October 15. 82- 51" - 10 . 83- 40- - 17. 83- Co- - IS. 80- 53- - - 19 . 85- 52- - 20 . 83- 52- - 21. 85- 53- -02 Mean average. 84" 53' "02 MOTE.-As the register is taken at 9 a.m. every day, the above applies to the previous 24 hours.

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