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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

ÍTlETEOnOJCOGICA!. Rainfall up to Thermometer Fahrenheit 9 a.m. Maximum. Minimum. inches. October 22. Ti' Gi' - 23 . 75- 52- -O'» 24 .'. SD- Ci" - 25 . 85" 85' - 20. SK»' 70- - sr. »3- os- - 23. OG- 51- - Mean average. 88' COI -05 NOTE.-As the register is taten at 9 a.ra. every day, the »bore applies to the previous 21 hours.

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EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. October 23.-CIT Y OF GRAFTON: SCO bags maize, ll bags oysters, 4 hides, 1 coop and 20 pigs, 40 cases eggs, S casks ule, 10 coops fowls, l case fob, 1 horse and snndiies. October 23.-AUSTRALIAN: 1200 bags maize, 40 hides, 0 ci ates fish, 2000 spokes. iiO pigs. 1 coops poultry. 40 cases eggs, 'SJ bales wool, 25'J bags sugar, 700 pisces cedar, 2 casks tallow, .ind 40 sundries. WEATHER ON THE COAST.-Yesterday southerly winds, with fine weather and smooth sea. Clarence and Richmond bars smooth, latter 13¡ feet at high water. KNGIilSH MAILS.-Thc P. andO. Btearaer Maseilia leaves Adelaide on 4th November. A LIVELY TIME OFF THE COAST.-The brigantine Victory cleared the Clarence bar on July 12, and on July IS was overtaken by a heavy easterly gale, attended with a tremendous sea. A course «ns shaped to the northward, and Cipe Byron was just cleared by about a mile. The gale lasted from July 13 to July 20, and the seas broke high and heavily over the vessel in all direction...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. [FßOM OOR CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, Monday. MB. BBUNKEB'S health has improved, and he returns to office to-day. Sir Moses Montefiore's Jewish Home, at Moore Park, was opened yesterday, by a special religious service. The Kenilworth woolshed, at Bourke, was burnt down. The canse of the fire is unknown. The wharf labourers have formed a union, under the title of the Federated Wharf Labourers of New Zealand. The National Protection Association at Murrum- burrah, considers that,a Department of Agriculture should be established in the best interests of the country. A woman who subsisted on charity, died at Maitland. £295 in notes and silver were found in her dwelling. The Premier made the trip by special train from Tenterfield to Sydney in little over l l hours. The mail train occupies 21 hours. , , Sir Henry Parkes, replying to à "deputation at Tamworth, said his Government believed that no taxes should be imposed, except to meet the necessary expenditure of the...

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CRICKET TEAM FROM THE SOUTH COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

CEICKET TEAM FEOM THE SOUTH COAST. ON* Wednesday and the two folio wins: days a picked team of cricketers belonging to the South Coast districts played three Sydney club?, and from each they received a tremendous beating. They were deficient in all points of the game. Their bowling was of the most commonplace description, and their fielding was worse. Often country cricketers have complained because some of their represen- tatives were not included in the teams chosen to contend against picked teams from the other colonies ; but after the experiences of the last three days, the South Coast cricketers at any rate have no just reason to make such a complaint. They have a great deal to learn before they reach intercolonial form.

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THE CENTENNIAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

THE CENTENNIAL HALL. THE MAYOS OF SYDNEY is hurrying on the work at the new Centennial Hall, so as to have the building ready for opening towards the end of next month. It will not have been completed at that time, but Mr. HABÉIS wants the opening ceremony to take place then, because his term of office expires on the 30th November, and he 13 not sure that he will be re-elected to the position. A grand ball is to be held in connection with the opening. This will be the first festivity of the kind that Mr. HARBIS has given, and it is his remiseness in this respect that has produced the feeling in favour of a change in the Mayoralty. If he were a poor man, no one would expect him to entertain in the same way that many previous occupants of the office did ; but he is one of our wealthiest citizens, and it is therefore considered that under the circumstances he should have spent money more freely. The great organ will not be ready in time for the opening of the hall, or rather the hall w...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

' Letters to the Editor. I THB Editor does not hold himself responsible (or opinions ?xptetsed by correspondents.

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MR. CRICK'S DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

MB. CBICK'S DENIAL. ON the authority of Hansard, Mr. CBICK now declares that he did not address the supportera of the Government on a recent memorable occasion in Parliament as " b-Orange dogs." But, on the authority of 20 members of Parliament who were in the Honse at the time, I have to say that he did eo-address them. Moreover, his contrite apology and his expression of a resolve to resign his seat, are proofs that he offended in the manner des- cribed. Had he been convinced that he did not use the shameful words, he would certainly have not gone the length of promising to resign. His denial is conclusive to my mind that he is no longer sorry for his conduct, and that he regrets having made such an abject apology as that he tendered on the last day of the session. It seems to indicate also that he will not vacate his seat. If he breaks out during the next session. I trust the Opposition will show him no quarter, but cut him off as a reprobate member who is unworthy to be associat...

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A BEAUTY EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

A BEAUTY EXHIBITION. THE baby show is to be followed by a beauty exhi- bition. That is to be held at Newtown, a suburb about 3 £ miles from Sydney. The candidates must be members of the gentler sex. I doubt if this venture will be successful. I express this opinion because the place where the show is to be held doe3 not appear to me to be suitable for such a purpose. There is likely to be plenty of exhibits, however, for there are thousands of shop and factory girls in Sydney, and it may be expected that a large proportion of these will embrace such a good opportunity to make au honest penny and gratify their vanity at the same time. If the best looking among.-t these girls take part in the affair, the visitors will witness a display of feminine beauty ¡ such as hardly any other country can show ; but it will be difficult to make the awards.

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THE BABY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

THE BABY SHOW. ENORMOUSLY, successful has been the baby show, which was opened on Thursday in the Darlinghurst skating rink, and closes to-night. There were 1200 babies offered for exhibits, but only 400 were accepted. More could not be properly accommo- dated in the building, otherwise more would have been taken. The variety is wonderful ; but some, it is hardly necessary to say, attract a great deal more attention than .others. In front of some of the stalls quite a crowd assembles, whilst other stalls are hardly visited. The neglect of the latter must be very trying to the mothers of the children exhibited therein, and if they do not think profane thoughts they are different from the average woman. Last night the attendance at the hall was prodigious. So it was on Thursday night. It is estimated that on the two evenings more than 30,000 paid for admission. Thia means that Mr. JOHN SOLOMON, the promoter of the show, will make a big thing ont of the speculation. He should clear £10...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29TH, 1889. THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Clarence and Richmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29TH, 1SS9. TUE POLICE DEl'AKTMEST. IN a recent issue we commented upon the treat- ment meted out to CONSTABLE BYRNES by the Police Department. The refusal to reoognise a meritorious act on the part of a subordinate, we endeavoured to show, was neither conducive to the public interest or to the encouragement of the strict performance of duty by individuals under circumstances of personal risk. The Police autho- rities appear to have a very peculiar method of dealing with members of the Force. In the case of Brits ES, meritorious conduct has been passed over. We hope it has not been, as some persons allege, through either prejudice against him, or in favour of some other constable, on the part of a superior officer. If there is anything of this kind, it is due to the public and to the individuals that the truth should be made known. We have now another case brought under public notice with reference to the ...

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Sports on Show Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Sports on Show Ground. THE following are the nominations for the pedestrian Handicap to be rnn at the Agricultural Society's Ground, oa Prince of "Wales'Birthday : - M. Sheehan, Graf ton J. Bancroft. Grafton D. Hardy, Grafton T. Mullane, Grafton T. Saunders, Grafton O. Smith, Graf ton Arthur O'Malley, Grafton William George, Grafton John Quinn, Grafton A. Green, Grafton T. Darcy, Grafton John O'Malley, Grafton C. Gonthorpe, Grafton A. A. Brown, Grafton IV. Greentree, Grafton '?? A. Waghom, Grafton S. A. Small. Grafton M. Quinn, Grafton . M. Battersby, Gruft6n C. Maxwell, Grafton G. Greentree, Grafton H. Boehn. Grafton M. Lynch, Grafton VT. Lynch, S. Grafton C. O'Malley, S. Graf tou . I". North, S. Grafton John Dixon, S. Grafton J. O'Keeffe, S." Graf ton , F. O'Keeffe, S. Grafton / E. O'Keetfe, S. Grafton T. T. Lynch, S. Grafton E. Cosgrove, Waterview A. O'Marra, Kangaroo Ck. Jos. Newman, Ulmarra. E. Allen, Ulmarra T. Comerford, Ulmarra W. Newman, Ulmarra A. Taylor, Ulmarra M. Sherry...

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THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

THE ÇONGBEGATIOîiAIi TJNIOIî. I DUBING the week the Congregational TJnion has been in session. The chief event of the meetings was the opening address delivered by the Chairman (the Kev. J. 6. FBASEB.) By one or two of the newspapers that has been highly praised, and the praise was deserved. Mr. Fraser is probably the most cultured minister in the Congregational denomination, and he is also ita most original and suggestive preacher. As a specimen of English pure and undefiled, the address could hardly be sur- passed, and as a protest against the doctrine of Agnosticism, it was perfect. Its defect consisted in its taking for granted that Agnosticism is the ultimate analysis of modern scepticism. That is a great error. When a divine has proved the exist- ence and personality of GOD he has not disposed of scepticism. He has not even.touched it. The thing3 which sceptics disbelieve are the Fall, the Incarnation, the Atonement, and Eternal Punish- ment; and it seems , to me that it is th...

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Saturday's Cricket Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Saturday's Cricket Matches. W&rwicks v. Alumny Creek.-fliese teams met ton the Oval, and the game was drawn in favour of the former club. The W.irwicks totted VtJ» 129 rons, owing to $ie free play of Smitli 33 and Hoghes 21, and tie patient tunings of Oates 21 and Thome 29. Smith made two fives -one a magnificent hit among the onlookers in the pavilion. Hoghes also was responsible for a five. .The Creekites fielded indifferently, several chances being missed. S. Eggins and Gray opened the innings for this club, and by stonewall tactics kept their wickets np for a considerable time, Eifgins scoriug 15 not-out, Gray 19. Three wickets fell for 40. The following are the scores-WARWICKS : Thorne 29, Oakes 21, M'Farlane 0, Bright 0, Hughes 21, Smith 33, Laman 2, Thornton 2, Stack 1, Davies 4, Buchanan not out 1, sundries 4-129. Bowling: S. Eggins 4 for 19, Gulliford 0 for 44, J. Eggins 4 for 41, A. Eggins 2 for 12. Ai. a MKT CSEBK: S. Eggins not out 15, Gray 19, A. Eggins 5, Philp...

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Political and Social Letter. THE PREMIER'S NEW PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Political and Social Letter. Br S C. THE PIÎEMIEks NEW PHOJECT. SIE HENRY PARRES has got hold of a new project. He is eager to create an Australian dominion. To consult with, the leading politicians of Queensland on the subject was his motive for visiting Brisbane last week. In that city he stated that he was the author of the Federal Council Bill, andhe admitted that the measure had proved a conspicuous failure. The time for federating on au extensive scale, that is to say on the lines of the Dominion of Canada, is. he says, ripe. That mayor may not be true, but is it in the least degree probable that the Australian colonies will consent to federate on a Freetrade basis, which is of course what Sir Henry desireä Î I think not. The Premier himself seems to be of the same opinion, for he said at Tenterfield on Thursday evening that a beginning of Federation might be made by two colonies starting the scheme. Once started, and the other colonies, he declared, would be compelled to join...

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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Unclaimed Letters. THE following are lyingat the General Post Office unclaimed, «nd have been forwarded from the of&ces named-. Addressed to GRAFTON.-Enoch Davies, Miss Minihane, C. Korie, Charles Neaham (-2), Mr. Eedlaw, Dr. J. B. Southam,"W. Tomison. Mrj. T. Allen, Mr. Arthur, Mrs. Auld, W. Birrell, Mr. Blackmaun, W. Blackmann (2), Mrs. J. Cameron. AV. Carry, J. Cavanagh, James Colley, W. J. Corcoran.'M. Donohoe, Sid Eggins, FenningandSteinmitz, B. Heather, T. Hill (2), B. Holmes, W. T. Hughes, E. Iaeley. Mr. Johnstone, Henry Johnstone, Jones, Willoughby and Co., J.M'Gratb, E.M'Grath (2),I. M'Hugh, Mrs.M'Mann, D. T. M'Millan, J. Manning, A. Miller, Mudge and Miller, W. Nettliniîham, M. O'Connor. J. Paine, Kev. A. Petre, Miss 0. Bobertson (2), J. C. Shannon. E. Shepperd, J. Skinner, Mrs. Starkey, Mrs. Starkey, G. Stevenson, Thomas Walls, A. Whalen. SOUTH GRAFTON.-Bev. Bosworth. James Brown, J. H. Brown, G. H. Clarke (2), Mrs. Ealson, E. Eggins. John Pincham, Edward Fitzgera...

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The Hill Trophy. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

The HiU Trophy. Os Saturday the preliminary heats for the Hill trophy was rowed off. the attendance in the Loma, which followed the races, was small, and there were very few people on the Boulevard. The ladies who, 83» rule, grace aquatic contests with their presence.lwere, with a few exceptions, conspicu- ous by their absence. The attractions of cricket and lawn tennis are evidently stronger than those of rowing. The afternoon was very warm, but the heat of the sun wa3 con- siderably tempered by a strong breeze blowing up the river, making the water somewhat lumpy. The tide, how- ever, running down, was in favour of the scullers. As Donaldson and Bush withdrew from the contest, the three heats were reduced to two. For the ßrst, W. G. Evans, 20sec., W. Casey, 12sec, E. F. Paterson, scrateh, started. All the men got away well, and there seemed every probability of a good race, Evans, who was pulling well, unfortunately ran into a tree near the bank shortly after starting. This put hi...

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Telegraphic Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Télégraphie Sporting. SYDNEY, MONDAY.-There was a fair attendance and good sport at Warwick Farm on Saturday. Ogre, Clarionette, and Albert finished in that order for tiie Hurdle race, 8 others also starting. Six weighed out for the Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs. Spoilt Child was most in favour, bat he could only separate Pastmaster and Cascade, the former win- ning by 2 lengths. After a rattling finish Feilder's Oakstain (Moran) defeated The Felon, Burrilda, and five others in the Exchange Plate. For the Farm Stake«, for horses which have never won a prize value 45 sovs., only four went to the post, Dolphin winning very easily. Eleven weighed out for the Pace Welter, Killarney, Highborn, and Don filling the places in that order. The Moonee Valley (V.) Cup was won in a canter by Don Giovan, 8 12 ; Trojon, 7-7, and Whitworth, 6-10, filling the other places. Artisan was among the starters, who numbered 15. The N.S.W. Rowing Association maiden eight-oar race, rowed over a portion of the ...

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Tweed River. 23RD OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

! Tweed River. " 23RD OCTOBER: To use an ordinary expression, the weather ia playing '. old Harry with us." It alternates almost daily between sunshine and showers. Wo have a> a day or two of fine weather, and while wo cogi- tate whether it will continue, the doubt is settled by the arrival of a shower. There is no measurable distance over here between a fine day and a wet day, and no one knoweth what a half day nor an hour may bring forth. FAK SI EBB are nil complaining; tho sugar mills are suffering from low density, and the timber- getters are having a most unhappy time of it.. For the last seven or eight months they have been able to do but little. The roads for timber drawing never have a chanco to get dry, and to haul timber in wet weather, with soft roads, is impossible. The tracks will nab' hear the traffic, and the bullocks cannot stand the work. With a Bhort spell, of settled weather, some magnificent cedar would be got ont, several parties having como on splendid patch...

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N. S. Wales Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

N. S. Wales Rifle Association. THE 20th annual competition under the auspices of the above took place in Sydney last week, com- mencing on Tuesday. On that day the shooting was for the Queen's prize-first stage won by Lance Corporal Slattery, of Richmond, who made 60 at the 300 and SOOyarda, 7 shots at each. The Tyro (400 yards 10 shots, and 500 yards 5 shots) was won by .Private Forsyth, 5th Regiment, scoring 70. On the second day, third stage of the Queen's (500 yds. 10 shots, 600 yards 5 shots) won by Corporal Tate, of the Engineers, with 71 points ; Private Dickey, of Lismore, 14th with GI point3, and taking a &'i prize. Nursery (400 and 500 yards, 7 shots each) Private H. Coleman, Moss Vale, GS. Third day, third stage Queen's (500 yards 5 shots, and GOO yds. IO shots) Private J. Mctiwan, Camden, 64 points. Many club-3 bitterly complained of the difficulty experienced through the miserable supply of am- munition. Mr. E. Hockey, secretary of the Grafton Rifle Club, expres...

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Bawden'a Rejoinder to Mr. Lee. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 29 October 1889

Bawden'a Rejoinder to Mr. Lee. SIB.-Mr. C. A. Lee baa delivered himself-to his constituents-of a lengthy and labored address, purporting to be a reply to certain statements made in my address on "Northern National Works." There are some statements in that deliverance which, in self vindication, I am compelled not to pass over-silently. In dealing with those state- ments, it is not my intention to follow Mr. Lee through the torrent of personal abuse which he thought fit to let loose upon me, thereby drowning the real point, which I raised. «His abuse, it would appear, was satisfactory to those of his constituents assembled on the occasion. Whether abuse in place of argumentative facts will be satisfactory to those of the impartial public who will take the trouble to compare together Mr. Lee's letter of the 30th May, my address; Mr. Lee's recent speech in reply, and this my rejoinder, it is not for me to say. I may, however, take leave to doubt such satisfaction and approval in the im...

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