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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

John See & Co's Shipping Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. The s.s.. Helen Nicoll Captain E. A. Fraser, for Syd-   ney every TUESDAY - NIGHT at 10 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every SATURDAY NIGHT at 9. o'clock.: The Australian, Captain R. Affleck, for Sydney every FRIDAY NIGHT at 10 o'clock ; leaving, for Grafton every TUESDAY NIGHT, at 9 o'clock. - FARES - Saloon, single ... £2 0 0 -return ... 3 10 0 Steerage.............£1 each way.             :U;:ih.iv?J-J. : . JOHN SEE AND CO¿ JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DROGHERS. Alteration of Time-Table On and after Monday next, 1st July, OUR DROGHERS       WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS.   Perseverance.     MONDAY - Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's Island, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. WEDNESDAY - Down, main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Iluka and Yamba...

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A Revolution in Theology. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

A Revolution in Theology. THE Rev. Edwin Hatch, D.D., Reader in Ecclesi- astical History in the University of Oxford, and Rector of Penleigh, Essex, delivered the Leo Lecture on Sunday recently in St. Giles' Cathedral, Edin- burgh, to a large audience, which included the ex-Moderator of Assembly and many oler gr y men. His subjeot was " Modern Methods in Theology," and his discourse on tho subjeot, which was clear, elegant, and eloquent, was listened to with marked attention. The contribution which each age makes to the sum of knowledge, he said, must be looked for in the line of its greatest intellectual activity. - The greatest activity of their age was unqucstion ably in the domain of political science. Their age was also differentiated by the greater tenacity with which they held what they knew. Their know- ledge of the physical world was no longer a mere piling of speculation upon speculation, each of them appealing to a certain type of mind. They passed into a new atmosphere. ...

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THURSDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

THUMS DAT'8 SITXIlf«g. IN the Legislative Council the Land Bill was read a first time and the Payment of Members Bill read a third time, by 19 to 15. In the Assembly, Mr. BRUNKER stated that £607,000 has been advanced ont of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the Babbit account since 1883, £40,000 of which had been refunded. Mr. CARRUTHERS stated that 2819 persons were employed in the Public schools : 990 pupil teachers : 30 inspectors and sub-inspectore, five of whom were Roman Catholics ; of children 26,186 were Catholics, ont of 163,349 enrolled. No record wa3 kept of the religious belief of teachers. In reply to a question by Mr. Lyne, Sir HENRY PARKES said he would consult his colleagues as to the date for discussing Mr. Traill's motion on plural voting being abolished, Mr. M'MILLAN moved the suspension of the Standing Orders to pass a Temporary Supply Bill for July. A lengthy discussion ensned on the duties of the Railway Commissioners. Mr. CRICK'S grievance was that the Railway...

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A FORCED CRISIS. Payment of Members' Bill. Premier to Introduce another Bill [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

A FORCED CRISIS. Payment of Members Bill. Premier to Introduce another Bill OUB " Political and Social " correspondent writes : As I have several times predicted would be the case, the Legislative Council has amended the Pay- ment of- Members' Bill so as to provide for the measure not coming into force until next Parlia- ment. The amendment was moved by Dr. GARRAN, and it was1 carried by a large majority. As well as being a greatly over-rated man, Dr. Garran is also one of the most inconsistent. . When speaking on the second reading of the bill, he expressed the opinion that the country had approved of the prin- ciple of payment of members, and that being the case, although he was opposed to the principle, yet he would not take any part in the division. Bat as soon as the bill gets into Committee he jumps into the arena for the purpose of destroying it, for that is really the effect of his action.. He knows suffi- cient of the temper of the representative Chamber to be aware that it...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Thc Latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday. THBEE-PENNY postage cards will shortly be issued for use between England and Australia. ' The Pope has declined the offer of Franee to provide him with an asylum and grant him the temporal power. .. ' 1 Mr. Parnell has declined to inform the limes* Parnell Commission what became of the balance of funds belonging to the Land League. The committee for. state-aid colonisation ask for re-appointment. -? . The Australasian Electric Light Co. has amal- gamated with the British Electric Light Co. Germany withdrawn from the treaty with Swit- zerland. ; London, Thursday. EABL HOPETOUN (the new Governor for Victoria) leaves for Melbourne at the beginning of October. A Queensland Loan/is being placed on the market. New Zealand " Conversion Loan, it is expected, will be placed on the market in October. £94,000 (out of which £76,000. was contributed by ladies) of the Irish National Land League funds are not accounted for. . . ." The 62nd Liverpool Cup re...

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A Gross Offence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

A Gross Offence. THE conclusion that mast be arrived at after read-1 lng the evidence in the case of Hedberg v. Scott is that a gross offence has met with inadequate punishment. The story told by the plaintiff-a respectable married woman, who went with her daughter to try some teeth which she had ordered j at the shop of the defendant, a dentist, carrying on business in Sydney-is a mo9t extraordinary one. i She states that the teeth did not fit her, and that I she refused to pay for them until they had peen 1 altered. Hereupon, according to the evidence, the defendant became violent, called her names, used j threats, and with the assistance of his housekeeper and servant, forcibly detained her from about 4 o'clock in the afternoon until nearly ll o'clock at night, when she was released upon paying the money which had been demanded. In consequence of the treatment she had received Bhe became sick and suffered great pain of body and mind, and had been obliged to place herself in the h...

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Wreck of the Lady of Lorne. FROM OUR BELLINGER CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Wreck of the Lady of Lorne. FBOM orra BELLINGER CORRESPONDENT. FULL particulars are sow to band of the wreck of the ketch Lady of Lome, owned by Messrs. Bond, .of Sydney, and Howland, of Nambucca Heads. The vessel was a well-known trader to the Nam- bucca, and was built about 15 years ago. She left Nambucca laden with 30,000 feet of sawn timber, from Mr. Christenson's mill, for the Sydney market, and meeting bad weather put into Trial Bay for shelter. on the 17th instant ; but Soding that an easterly gale was coming on, Captain Blackham put out to sea. The gale rapidly increased in violence, tearing away her sails, and thoroughly disabling her. The vessel was drifting about in this helpless condition with the waves sweeping her fore and aft, when the Solitary light was sighted on Thursday night. Captain Blackham says that he knew then that all hope of saving the ship was gone, and the whole crew took to the rigging pre- pared for the worst. On Friday morning she drifted on to the be...

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The Payment of Members Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

The Payment of Members Bill. THE Payment of Members Bill has reached a critical stage. On the motion of Dr. Garran, the Legislative Council, in committee, adopted an amendment providing that the Bill shall apply to the two next succeeding Parliaments only. The amendment was strongly opposed by Mr. Salomons, who represents thc Government in the Upper Mouse, on the ground that it would " question the honour of this Parliament, and take the form of a serious rebuke to the Assembly." He added that " if the Council gave a vote on the ground that it was a dishonourable thing for the members of the Assembly to have payment for themselves, that could not be taken otherwise than as offensive." Notwithstanding the strong opposition of Mr. Salomons, who made an appeal to members not to do anything that might lead to a conflict between the two Houses, the amendment was carried by 24 votes to 14. Upon the announcement of the divi- sion, Mr. Salomons moved the Chairman ont of the chair, so that h...

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The Hunter River. MAITLAND, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

The Hunter River. MAITLAND. TUESDAY. COPELAND.-Mining matters at this gold-field have taken a turn. Several-claims on the Mountain line of reef, which have been standing idle for some years, have again been taken up with a view of immediately starting work. For the last two years no work to speak of has been done in any of the mines, but a reaction has set in, and there is evidence that the field will again return to its activity. Several residents on the Clarence were at one time interested in the field, and, I believe, experienced losses. - MUSWELLBROOK.-Mr. T. Foley (after a residence at Muswellbrook of over 20 years, first as C.F.S., then as P.M.) took - his departure, last week, for Burrowa, to where he has been appointed Police Magistrate. Mr. Foley is very popular on the Hunter, and the residents of Muswellbrook presented him with an address and gold watch. His good lady also received an address, together with a silver tea service. Many residents of the Clarence will remember...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Sporting. FOB tiie Athletic tàurnrral to be held at Adelaide in November next, the prizes for the six days go-as yen-please were fixed at £150, £7C, £30, £20. and £10 ; the 25-mile race, £30, £15, and £5 ; the 10 mile race, £25, £10, and JES, ia addition to gold medals in each event. A valuable 83vex cap, weighing 60c«., in addition to a puree of sovereigns, would be given to the world's championship races for 150yd and 200yd. Cuirassier and Corunna, the two highly spoken of New Zealand colts, are not likely to visit Aus- tralia, It is said that there is a dispute as to the owner- ship of Marvel, and that the matter will be taken into the court. News from Colombo informs ns of the fact that Kirkham, Narellan, Plutarch, and Lady Betty bad arrived at that place in splendid condition. Barlow's " England Eleven " composed of Hornby, Eccles, Barlow, Hearne, Piling, Ward, G. G. Hearne, Sngg, Pougher, Watson, and .Nash, were dismissed by 22 of Blackpool for 15 rans. The champion juvenile s...

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More Breach of Promise. Prospects of Connubial Bliss—Dashed all Her Hopes. The Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

More Breach of Promise. Prospects of Connubial Bliss-Dashed all Her Hopes. The Remedy. No sooner had Mr. Justice Stephen done with M'Fayden and Clarke than he took up another breach of promise case, in which the parties were a pensive widow and a widower who thought better of it. Mr. Tarleton appeared for the widow, but there was no appearance for the widower. The plaintiff is Eliza Monroe and the defendant J. S. Berry, formerly of Rocky Mouth, brewer. The salve mentioned by her counsel as likely to cicatrise her wounded affections was a modest "monkey," as they say on the turf-in other words, £500. Mr. Tarleton, in opening the case, said that the plaintiff was a middle-aged lady who had been a widow about 10 years. The defendant was a widower, and about three years ago the defendant became acquainted with him. He was then a member of the firm of Bond, Berry and Underwood. They progressed so much that they became engaged about three years ago, soon after they met in Sydney. Mrs. Mun...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Byron Bay, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Byron Bay, Wednesday. ALL the ships that went ashore in the recent gale are total wrecks except the Agnes, which can be got off. Casino, Thursday. FULLY fifty horses are now in work for the races here next week. Ajax, Florrie, Aga, Presto and Waverley are most fancied for the principal handi- caps. There will be large fields, good racing, and large attendance. The course will never have been in better order. Lismore, Friday. HANDS engaged at the Broadwater mill will be sent out to-morrow or Monday, and operations commenced immediately thereafter. A considerable quantity of cedar has been got out of the creeks. The weather is fine but cold. About 100 head of cattle were drowned at the back of Woodburn, the property of Messrs. Lang, Betteridge and others. Very probable the loss is greater in the direction of Dungarubba, where a large extent of low land is usually well stocked. On Wednesday there was fully 10 feet of water on Oaky Flat, on the Woodburn-Chatsw...

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Grafton Bowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Grafton Bowing Club. AT a committee meeting held on Tuesday a com- munication from the caretaker asking increase of remuneration was referred to the new committee. A number of account« amounting to £13 3s 5d were passed for payment Dr. Hedley was elected an active member of the Club. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting was held the following even- ing at the Crown hotel. Present — Messrs. G. H. Varley (in the chair), E. A. Cameron, W. Stevenson, E. F. Paterson, E. C. Platt, W. Casey, H. T. Wil- liams, A. Somerville, J. Bush, W. Evans, S. R. Irving. The Committee's seventh annual report as sub- mitted, showed that during the year nine active members had been elected, six had resigned, and four names were struck off the roll, which now stand at 32 active, and 17 honorary members. The fleet comprises two four-oar gigs, four 22-feet skiffs and two 20-feet skiffs. Much interest was manifested in the single scull event for the Hill trophy, which brought out nine competitors. The donor was ...

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Coffs Harbour. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Coff's Harbour. MONDAY. WRECK.— The schooner Lady of Lorne was driven ashore on the morning of the 17th instant. One of the crew was drowned in attempting to reach land, but the rest got ashore safely by means of a line. The body of the drowned man has been recovered. The schooner is fast breaking up, and will soon be a total wreck. She was laden with sawn timber from the Nambuccra. HEAVY WEATHER.-The weather last week was something terrific. A tremendous gale raged on the coast, causing the sea to be very rough, and none were surprised at hearing of a wreck. Con- tinuous heavy rain has also been experienced, which has put the roads in a bad condition.   THE LAND.-Some land in this locality has lately changed hands. Rev. Mr. Brown has pur- chased several farms on Beauambee Creek, near the Company's mill. SHIPPING.-The s.s. Fernmount is expected at Coff's Harbour on 29th instant, to take a cargo of cedar, shipped by Messrs. W. N. Small and W. Fitzpatrick.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

General Notices. A. SAUNDERS, Watch Manufacturer dc Jeweller »13 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Cg- Nearly opposite Railway Station-Factories : LIVERPOOL and LONDON. Caf Send for my Price List, post free, and compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the manu aîtory, at HAir THE USU Al. PRICES. Everything guaranteed with a written certificate, and sent post free. £2 1©S, worth £6-ENGLISH LEVER, jewel- led, full plate. Three years guaran- tee. £3 IO«, worth £7 7s-My unequalled English Lever, full covered cap. Three years guarantee. £4, worth £8-My special English Lever, patent balance, compensation balance 5s - extra. Three years guarantee. £4 IOS, worth £9-English Lever, compensa- tion balance, ll jewels. Four years guarantee. £5, worth £10 - English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full covered cap. Four years guarantee. £0,. worth £12-English Lever, superior hand finished, maintaining power. Five years guarantee. £1, worth £14-Engli...

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Skating. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Skating. THE concluding events of the skating competition j for the Ladies' Bag and Bangle came off on Thurs- day evening, at Chapman's Rink. There was a large attendance of the public, and the perform- ances of the competitors was superior to anything yet exhibited at contests of this character in Graf- ton. During the intervals between the heats the I floor was fully occupied by lovers of the pastime, and the improvement made in the art since the amusement became popularised in Grafton is very I striking. The final was won by Mr. T. Ross after a keen contest, and the trio who secured places in the concluding event were in good form..' Appended ia the result of Thursday's competition. First run-off-Attwater 1,- Abrahams 2. Knowles gave up. Won by two laps, Time, 5.5. Second run-off-Bawden 1, Ransley 2. Won by about a lap. 5.38. Third run-off-T. Ross 1, Attwater 2. Ross caught his opponent at the 10th lap, and won easily by six yards. 5.10. Fourth run-off-Heath 1, Henson 2. A good r...

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Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Land Court. AT the adjourned sitting yesterday the following cases were dealt with before the Chairman (Mr. P. Trollope) and Mr. T. Page. J.P. John H. Hosking, 1G0 acres. Pulganbar. Forfeited. Morris James, 63 acres, Lanitza. Forfeited. "William B. Wilcox, 320 acres, Rushforth. Ee-inspection ordered. Permission was given to applicant to change classification of fencing. Henry James, 207 acres, . Southgate. Certificate ordered to issue: Alfred "Whiteman, 40 acres, lanitza. Forfeited. Charles T. Schwinghammer, 50 acres, Elland, Certificate ordered to issue. Albert Brown, cl. 105 acres, Elland. Extension of six months granted to complete fencing. William Smith, 81 acres, Southgate. Certificate ordered to issue. William A. Zuiil, 400 acres, Banyabba. Conditions ful- filled; upheld. "William G. M'Kee, 100 acres, Copmanhurst. Ee-inspec- tion ordered. William Beynolda, 126 acres, Bardsley. Postponed. Ellen Shea, 70 acres, Elland. Postponed. Hin a petition presented to the Assembly on Thurs...

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The Causes of the Depression. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

The Causes of the Depression. THAT severe commercial depression still exists in New South "Wales cannot bo denied. Business men complain that in their various . branches there is less activity than has pre- vailed during any winter for several years. This complaint, although we hear it made annually with wearisome persistence, is now undoubtedly put forward with good reason. It is difficult to get allowances upon securi- ties which a short while ago would havo readily attracted capital. Investors display the utmost caution and show a marked ten- dency to wait until brisker times before engaging in any fresh operations. That a similar state of things obtains in most of the neighbouring colonies does not explain its existence here, and is entirely overlooked A by those who for political purposes persist fl in attributing it to our fiscal policy, or by [. those who are ready to accent that explana- ' tion without inquiry. -Daily Telegraph.

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, 27TH JULY, 1889. Provision for Warning People in Times of Flood. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Clarence and Äond Examiner. ; [ ESTABLISHED 1859.] I SATURDAY MORNING, 27TH JULY, 18S9. Provision for Warning People in Timos of Flood. THEEE we many ihsBons which, may be gathered from the recent looa lessons which, ehonldneither be cast on one sMe or forgotten ; lessons which should guide the people in the public interest to promptitude «f aötion, with a view to guarding as much' as possible against disaster in *&e future. In our last issue we referred to the necessity for something being done to protect the banks of the river from destruction, and at the same time to preserve the navigation unobstructed!. We would now invite -attention to another necessity equally as impbrtant,4nd that is ample provision for warn- ing the people in Grafton, and at other points upon the. river,-tif' the rising of the flood waters. To provide the fullest and most reliable information o f this -character, is essentially necessary for the due preservation of stock and other moveable propérty ...

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Copmanhurst J. C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Copmanhurst J. C. Races. THE annual races of the Copmanhurst Jockey Club, held yes- terday, attracted about 300 persons, including visitors from Grafton and Ulmarra, which number, no doubt, would have been greatly increased had a more suitable day been chosen. At Copmanhurst one can rely on receiving a hearty welcome from the residents, who seem to enter with great spirit into everything they take in hand. We would suggest that in future the race meeting be fixed to come off on a Saturday ; and with some provision made to convey visitors from Gratton and Ulmarra by steamer, there would, we believe, be a good num- ber from those places. The officials all worked assiduously to make the races paBB off pleasantly, and they succeeded in so doing. Mr. C. Jordan mada an efficient judge ; Mr. G. Savidge acted as clerk of the scales, assisted by Mr. C. Davison ; Mr. D. Michael was clerk of the course : while the starting of Mr. J. Davison was one of the features of the meeting. The course, w...

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