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THE RETIREMENT OF MR. LARDNER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 November 1889

THE RETIREMENT OF MM. LARDNER. THE retirement of Mr. LARDNER from the office of Returning Officer for the electorate of Grafton, is deserving of more than passing comment. Mr. LARDNER is actually one of the very few remain- ing links which connects the events of to-day, in the public life of this district, with those far-back days when the district harl no public life, properly so called. During those past years of progress he has been one who contributed in no small degree to the growth of that public life which we have with us to-day. When the colony was first endowed with electoral privileges, Mr. LARDNER was chosen as the Presiding Officer for the Clarence portion of the then electorate of The Clarence and Darling Downs. There are not many to-day remaining who are aware of the difficulties a presiding officer had in educating the electors up to the proper exercise of their privileges ; small though those privileges then were, compared with what they are to-day. Then came the div...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 November 1889

Commercial. KINE ronuoxs were selected on Thursday in the neighbourhood of Coif's Harbour. Several of the " applicants were from other districts, and we hear of a number of others inspecting in the locality, with a view to select. The probability of a jetty beiDg erected at the Harbour shortly is inducing parties to take np the land, which would have been done long since had there been an outlet to a market. On Tuesday a half-acre allotment was sold in Bacon-street for £Ui), and ab Maclean during the week a house and land in the estate of the late Mrs. C. Campbell realised £150. During the month just closed trade has shown but little alteration so far as activity is concerned, and businesä cannot be said to be brisk. Money is not circulating freely, and speculation is but little indulged in. During the month prices of stock have been maintained, and a large number of stores put through the yards. Fats are not forwarded so largely from the Northern districts to Sydney. From the large...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 November 1889

Religious Notices. cnup.cn or EXGLAS-D. Sunday-Cathedral, 7.30, ll (n.e.). and 7.30 ; Children's Ser- vice, 3 ; Southgate, 3 ; German Church, 7.30. Sunday-Soutli Gratton, ll (H.c.) and 7.3 > ; Tea Tree Creek, 3. Tuesday-Coldstream, 7. Wednesday-Stroue Park, 7. Rev. F..E. Haviland. Sunday-Maclean (u.o.) ll : Chatsworth, 7.30. Wednesday -Yamba, 8,-Rev. K. J. Moxon. ROMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday-Grafton, Mass at 8 and ll. Sunday School and Brned'ction at 3. Vespers, 7.30. Mass every morning at 7. Friday-Stations of the Cross, 7.30. South Grafton, Mass at 9.30. Friday and Saturday-Mass at 7.30. Fri- day-Stations of the Cross and Benediction at 7.30. Sunday-Yamba, Blass at 9 ; Iluka, Mass at ll-Bev. Father Schurr. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn OF NEW SOUTH TVALE3. Sunday-Grafton, ll and 7.30-Kev. A. Barron. Sunday-South Arm, ll; Ulmiirra, 3; Coldstream, 7-Bev J. E. Browne. Sunday-Maclean.ll; Chatsworth, 3-Rev. J. Burgess. PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH OF EASTERN AUSTRAL I.V. Btmrlay-Grafton, Gaelic at 10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 November 1889

Wanted WANTED, a smart LAD, about 14, as appren- tice to cabinetmaking. H. H. SANDERS, Prince-street. _ \T7 ANTED, two SERVANT GIRLS-cook and »T housemaid. Mrs. PEOPLES, Clare Castle Hotel, Maclean. VTfT ANTED, a strong BOT for the Baking trade. WANTED, by a respectable girl, SITUATION to make herself generally useful. Apply office of this paper. ANTED, APPRENTICES to the DRESS MAKING. Apply MES. BROWNE and Miss BURGESS, Dressmakers, Ulmarra._ WANTED, on or about 10th instant, a few MILL HANDS and CANE COTTERS for the Woolgoolga Sugar Mill. W. T. PULLEN. CÏ7"AN TED, a YOUNG MAN, accustomed to Apply to D. RODERICK, Baker, Maclean. T » Dealing and Store Work. Good testimonials indispensable. Apply by letter to T. HENDERSON, Commercial Stores, Brushgrove. WANTED, by a lady well-educated and with good references, SITUATION as Lady's Companion or Housekeeper Apply Office of this paper. WANTED, a respectable young GIRL, to assist in general housework. Apply to Mrs. W. 1 C. ATTWATER, hotel...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 2 November 1889

Shipping, ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. October 31.-"WYRALLAH str., 400 ton3, Captain Alley. Passengers-Mesdames Bathgate, Watson and family! Messrs. Talbert, Broderick, Carolan, Winley, Jordan, A. Î1 "Donald, "E. Roberts. P. Ptolmey ; and 4 io the steerage. Left Sydney ou Tuesday at 0 p.m., crossed the bar on Thursday at S.35 a m., and arrived in Grafton at S p.m. same day. Eipciienced fine weather throughout. C. R. and M. It. S. N. Co., agents. - October 31.-HE LEX NICOLL. 100 tons, Captum Fraser. Passengers-Mesdnmes Jarrett (2), Fnnince, Collier: Miss Jarrett; Messrs. H. H. Harding, J. "W. Fell, Jarrett (2), H. J. Baker, J. Keogh. W. J. Yeager, J. H. Gibson, G. M. Foster, A. C. Campbell ; and 4 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, crossed the bar on Thursday nt 7 a.m , and urrived in Grafton at 1.S0 p.m. samo day. Experienced fine weather throughout. John See and Co., agents. October 31.-FIONA str., crossed in at 7.15 a.m. C. S. E. Co., agents. I DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY T...

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Sporting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Sporting Items. RIFLE MATCH.-The competition for second class shots, in the Reserve Rifle Club, was held on Satur- day last. Prize, a Martini Henri rifle, at 300 and and 400 yards. Mr. J. D. Frost, who proved the winner (handicap 15), scored 58 ; M'Mahon (10), 57 ; Fuchs (4), 56 ; Sturrock (13), 48; James (13), 48 ; Saunders (10), 42; Statham (12), 41 ; Maxwell (20), 33. Mr. S. iee has donated £3 3s to the Rowing ChaUenge Cup. Mr. S. R. Irving, a3 stroke, has secnred six con- secutive victories in the G. B.C. We understand that the four-oar crew that won gig race at Elizabeth Island, on Queen's Birthday, though not regarded a3 the representative crew, are prepared to make a match with any other four in the Club. There are 60 nominations for the Oddfellow's £20 handicap, to be run at Casino, on Saturday, includ- ing W. and J. Brown, Coaldale, whose allotments are 4 and 6 yards respectively. The chronic lameness which is said to be characteristic of Chester's stock seems to have been ...

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Melbourne Races. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Melbourne Races. BEAUTIFUL weather prevailed for the opening day of the V.R.C. Spring races, and the attendance was a humper, amongst whom were a very large num- ber of N.S.Wales sportsmen. Everything looked at ita best, the course being in splendid order. MAIDEN PLATE, 1 mile. A. Chirnside's Linburn, 3yrs, Sst.Power 1 J. 0. Inglis' G'Naroo, 3yrs, Sst.M'Gowan 2 T. F. Wigley'B Cheddar, 2yrs, C-2.Jaques 3 Copenhagen, Lapstone, Plenty, The Serf, Pigeon Toe, Almsgiver, Bustler, Samoan, Forest King, The Crash, and Calm also ran. The favorite won by a length. Time, 1.44£. MELBOURNE STAKES, 1{ miles. J. White's Abercorn, 5yrs, 9-3.Hales 1 W. Gannon's Melos, 4yrs, 9st.Norton 2 I). S. WaUace's Carbine, 4yrs, list. O'Brien 3 Others -.-Chicago 9-3, Newmaster 8-3, Cardigan 9-3, Benzon Oat, Anta3U3 7-12, Sinecure 7-12. Betting : Even Abercorn, 3 to 1 Carbine, 5 to 1 Antous, 10 to 1 Melos. Antous and Sinecure led until the straight was reached, with Carbine and Meloa close np, and Abercorn coming...

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Sporting. Prince of Wales' Birthday Races. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Sporting. Prince of Wales' Birthday Races. THE following are the acceptances for the two principal handicapa to be ran on the Grafton course : Trial Handicap, 6 furlongs. A. N. Banner's b ra TREDENTINE, i years, Somnus -Matilda .. .. ... .. ..9 0 A. N. Banner's bliTHOBNBACK,4 years,Drummer The Thorn .. .9 0 C. Page ns. br m PEUNELLA, 4yrs, Conrad-Eva .. 8 2 J. Pettendrigh's Wk h ALL FOUES, 4 yrs, Gamester -Snowflake ... ... .. .. .. 7 12 J. Murphy ns. h g LEVI, aged, The Drummer-Little Kate.7 7 A. Walz's br g TATTLER, aged .7 0 H. M'Aulay's b g WAEHAWK, 5 yeare, Fieldfare Fidget .6 ll J. Brown's b g THE BABE. 5yrs, Sir Arthur-Little Kate .. ... ... .. .. ..0 9 H. M. Shield n3. b g THE DON, Cyrs, Young Cossack Bluebell .6 9 Prince of Wales' Handicap, once round. A. N. Banner's b m TRIDENTINE, 4 years ..0 7 A. N. Banner's b h THOENBACK, 4 years.8 12 C. Page ns. b h CAELOVTTCH, 4 years .. ..8 10 J. Brown's g in DEVOTION, i years, Stockdale Countess ... ... .. ... "74 J. Murphy ns. b g ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Sportsmen and pleasure seekers go to the Grafton races Prince of Wales birthday.-ADV. Oat Growing.-We have repeatedly advocated the raising of oats and straw crops in the district, thus utilising a large area for tillage that is not adapted to maize or sugar growing. As a proof of the suitability of our soil to grow oats, we have been shown a sample taken from a field of 10 acres of Mr. S. See's-known as " Seelands"-opposite Mountain View, which could not well be surpassed in any district. The stalks are strong, about five feet in length, and the yield of hay from the field as indicated by the sample handed in must be large.

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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MONDAY, [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MONDAY, The Progresa Association.-On Friday morning the Advocate came out with an apology for tho recently formed Progress Association, upon the same old plea that those who had undertaken - the matters were prompted by " a fervent desire to . give the district the benefit of their Bervicess." Plutarch has somewhere written an essay upon the benefits to be derived from adverse criticism, audi mentions among the advantages to be derived from it, that by the reproaches which it casts upon us - we see the worst side of ourselves, and open our eyes to blemishes which would otherwise escape our attention. This principle the journal named loses sight of altogether, and no doubt quite unir. - . tentionally ranks itself upon tho side of those who Damn with faint praise, assent with civil leer, And without sneering, toach tho ri Bl lo sneer. But whatever views the Advocate holds of the mat- - ter, it is beyond doubt that a large number of the . public consider the wh...

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Lawrence. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Lawrence. MONDAY. Race Meeting.-A public meeting wa3 held on Friday night, but owing to the small attend- ance it wa3 decided it should take tho form of a - preliminary meeting. Mr. P. M'Mahon wa3 elected, secretary ¡¡rn tem, and a better man could not have been selected for the position. Another public meeting will be convened by advertisement in the Examiner. Lawrence contains itB fair share of sporting men, and consequently it may he antici- pated that a good gathering will roll up on Monday night. Private Match.-A large amount of local, interest was taken in connection with thc match. between Berry's Eclipse and Shield's The Don, on the racecourse on Saturday. About 150 people were . present, and money was laid pretty freely and just as freely taken. Eclipse gained a slight lead, but was passed by The Don, who won easily by six:, lengths. The race waB ¡{mile, 7.7 up, for £10 aside. Several sweeps and impromptu matches were after- wards run. A match for £5 aside between Pousling'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Abstract of Sales by Auction. THUESDAY. By J. O'KEEFFE, at Morri3sey's Yards, Mixed Cattle. FRIDAY. By T. BAWDEN, at Iiis Rooms, Usual Weekly Sale. SATURDAY. Hy \\r. GOODGER, at Thomson's Hotel, Brushgrove, at 3, Mixed Cattle.

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Ulmarra. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Ulmarra. ^ MONDAY, ru one movements. - The two principal movements of local interest that at present con cerns us. are the School of Arts and the Butter Factory. Of the former I am glad to be able tc say that it has been successful. The building has at length been completed, and the committee are busily engaged in arranging for a library, furni- ture, &c. The Butter Factory movement caused more anxiety, though from what I hear it is also at last in a fair way towards success. The shares are being much more quickly applied for now that a proper canvasa is being mude, and we shall very" shortly hear of the requisite number having been allotted. Racecourse Road.-In my last to you, I mentioned that the racecourse road difficulty had been settled. Well, it seems my statement was a little premature, as one of the opponents to the pro- posed alteration has since informed me. However, I suppose the matter will be definitely settled on. Wednesday, when the Council, Jockey Club, and t...

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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Grafton Police Court. YESTERDAY, before the P.M.. and Mr. A. Lipman, J.P. A first offender for drunkenness, was discharged. An individcal, on remand, supposed to be ol' unsound mind, was on the recommendation of Dr. Houison, discharged. He had been previously remanded from Maclean. SMALL DEBTS COURT. Commercial Bank v. C. T. von Bentzen, claim of £5 10s, money lent, with interest. Mr, M'Guren for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff £5 13s Gd by consent, and us costs. E. Norrie v. C. T. von Bentzen, £9 2s 7d for professional services. Verdict for amount, and us costs. drip Newspaper company v. C. T. von Bentzen, £C 15s balance of account. Verdict for amount, und 5s costs. Mr. Donaldson appeared for defend- ant, who did not appear in these cases. Michael O'Keeffe v. John Graham, claim of £1 Ile, balance due on a p.n. Mr. M'Guren for plaintiff. Mr. Donaldson for defendant. The latter pleaded a set off of £2 10s, value of a pair of blankets that he, as licensee of the Homebush Hotel, did n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES.-The f ollowing have been revoked-County Drake, parish of Coombadjha, 1920 acres, commencing about li miles north-west from the junction of Dandahra Creek and the Mitchell River ; and bounded thence on part of the east by a line south 1 mile, thence on the south by a line west H miles, thence on the west by a line north 2 miles, thence on the north by a line east li- miles, thence on the remainder of the east by a line south to starting point. Two acres parish and village of Woolgoolga, part of reserve 5316, within allotment 1 of section 31. F. W. C. Schaeffer, architect and building super- intendent, Alice-street, Grafton.-ADV.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Official Correspondence. THE Member for the Clarence has received replies is the following effect The question of providing a grant towards cost of metalling road from the Grafton-Broadwater road to the Southgate public wharf, has been noted for consideration on next year's estimates. lu reply tD a request from the Municipal Council of Maclean, for the erection of a new Public school building at that place, the District-Inspector reports that the present buildings are fairly suitable, and that when a verandah already authorised is added tD thc primary school, the buildings will supply the wants of the town for several years. Respecting the resolution from the late public meeting held at Harwood, expressing the satisfac- tion of the residents at the reduction of the scale of tolla charged at public ferries, the Minister, Mr. Bruce Smith states,that itaffordshimgreat pleasure to fiud that the decision which he has, after con- siderable investigation arrived at. is valued with so much ...

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The Boulevard. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

The Boulevard. SIB.-Now that this Reserve has been " taken " from the people, and placed solely in the charge of the Police Department, it is to be hoped that the authorities will see that it is kept in first-class order. The prisoners might just as well be employed at beautifying the Park as loafing away their time within the walls, and also competing against outside labour. Now that the Council has been " euchred " in this matter, perhaps the Mayor will see that we are treated as other towns. WATCHMAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Special Advertisement?. H. PALING AND CO., LIMITED, The leading and cheapest; house for Pianos. Organs and Music, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. eg-AGENCY AT MR. HENRY JORDAN'S, Criterion Hall, Grafton, where every information may ba obtained and sam- ples seen. Illustrated catalogues and price lists on application. rp HE NEW LAND ACT-2s by post. Booklets, new stock Letts' Diaries, 1889 Fancy Goods and Glassware, new stock. CHRISTMAS CARDS.-The largest variety ever shown. Packets from one shilling. (Established 1S53). Toys, D0ÏÏ3, &c. G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Grafton.

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

Shipping. { ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. Nov. 2.-M AILE sch., 252 ions, Captain Lane. Crossed in at 1.50 p.m. Nov. 4. -CITY OF GRAFTON, SSS tons. Captara Magee. I asscngerä- Mesdames O'Keeffe, Read, Winter: Messre. li. Gerrard, Simpson, E. P. Samson, G. "Woolcott, J. Hastie, AV. Woodward ; and 9 in the steerage. Left Sydnev on Saturday nt fl p.m., crossed the bar on Monday at daylight, and arrived in Grafton at 10.30 a.m. same day. C. E. and M. K. S. N. Co., agents. Nor. 4.-AUSTRALIAN str., 400 tons. Captain Affleck. J'ussengers-MesdamesBolton, Skinner; Süsses Harris.Shaw, Rfltchen : Messrs. A. Gall, W. Harris, J. Skinner,B. W. Haigh, A. 12. Fordham, Hong Sing Long : and 9 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 9 p.m. on Saturday, crossed the bar on Monday . ¡it daylight, and arrived in Grafton same day. Experienced line weather throughout. John See and Co., agents. Nuv. 3.-M. A. DORAN sch., crossed in at 5 45 p.m.

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EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 5 November 1889

EXPORTS TO SYDNEY. October 30.-CITÏ" OF GRATTON: 472 bags maize, SO baga oysters, 22S mats sugar, 22 casks ale, 10 Iii Jes, 1 bundle sheep- skins, 13 coops fowls, 01 cases eggs, 2 bales leather, 2 cases fisb, 1 calf, 10 pigs, 2 horses, and sundries. October U0.-AUSTRALIAN: 1050 bags maize, 40 hides, 3 cisks tallow, IC cedar logs, 7000 spokes, 40 bags charcoal, 102 (jigs. 8 crates fish, 10 coops poultry, 40 cases eggs, 84 bales wool, 250 bags sugar, GO pieces cedar, and 40 packages sundries. WEATHER ON THE COAST.-Yesterday northerly winds generally, with fine weather and smooth sea. Clarence and Richmond bars smooth. THE s.s. ELECTRA.-The C. E. and. M. E. S. N. Co.'s s.s. Electra has undergone extensive alterations at Mort's Dock. A topgallant forecastle is built forward' and the bul- warks are raised to a height of about 4ft. The captain's deck cabin has been shifted from the bridge amidships to the promenade deck aft, and many other improvements made on tieck. The passenger accommo...

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