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

THE MOST POPULAR DRINK IN THE COLONY IS - ~ ? . ROW'S BITTERS! -Read the following reporta from chemical exami nations, which will at.once convince you of their xinrity :- '. ". '. . / ' " Government Analytical Laboratory, ' - i "Melbourne, July ll, 1884. "I have examined a botbleof Row's (Steane's) j SUPERLATIVE AROMATIC TONIC BITTERS, manu factored by Edward. Row and. Company, and-find it to be remarkably pleasant in flavor, containing - .about 16 per cent, of a very pure alcohol, and hold-, ing in solution a clear wholesome Vegetable Bitter, combined with a fruity spicy aroma. I consider ] this Bitter a very superior article. «WM. JOHNSON, .."Government Analytical Chemist. The great demand throughout the colony for these pore Bitters shows they are superior to all othere; and equalled by none. . FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS. Read this sworn testimony from a well-known | «itixen STATUTORY DECLARATION. " I, GEORGE HEWITT, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare as follows :-". Th...

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

w _Wanted_ ANTED, a NURSE GIRL. Apply imme- diately. Mm. A. LIPMAN, Alice-street. W ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. EWEN CAMERON, Ulmarra. w ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply A. SUTHERLAND, Tattersall^ Hotel. WANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT ; no washing. Mrs. F. NORRIE, Telarah. WANTED, an outdoor APPRENTICE to the Coachbuilding and general Wheelwrighting. Apply at once. _C. PAGE, Prince-st. ANTED, a good FA BM LABOURER ; one capable of doing all farm work. Au elderly man preferred. Apply JOSEPH LYNCH, Carr's Creek, WANTED, MARRIED COUPLE, without encumbrance-woman as housekeeper ; man to make himself generally useful. F. W. POCHIN, _Braunstone, South Grafton. Amusements N XT FRIDAY, 2nd AUGUST. H.M.S. PINAFORE THEATRE SO IT Ali. IN AID OF THE GRAFTON CITY BAND. ENTIRELY NEW SCENERY. REALISTIC MOUNTING. Box plan at Mr. L. Jacobs. QHILDREN'S FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL. A Children's Fancy Dress Carnival will take place at the GRAFTON SEATING BINK, tW On FRIDAY, 16th AUGUST, for all those wh...

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Terrible Railway Accident at Armagh Great Loss of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 27 July 1889

Terrible Railway Accident at Armagh || Great Loss of Life. ONE of the most terrible railway accidents which has ever happened in the British Isles occurred on June 11, in the North of Ireland. The scene of the disaster was near Armagh, and the catastrophe resulted in the death of 74 persons and serious injury to at least 100 more. The accident happened to an excursion train bound from Armagh to Warren Point, a favourite watering-place on Carlingford Bay. The excursion was organised by the pastor and teachers connected with the Methodist Church and Sunday School at   Armagh. The excursionists were principally boys and girls from 7 to 16 years, but there were many adults accompanying, them, many whole families being in the train. The excursion was a popular one in Armagh, and was not confined to the Wesleyan sect alone, but included all denominations. Upwards of 910 excursionists filled the train, which consisted o£ 13 carriages and three vans.   They left Ar...

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

I Grafton Police Court. j ON TUESDAY,before the P.M. and Mr E. P. Samson. Kenneth M'Lennan was summoned for riotous behaviour on the Grafton racecourse on the 10th instant. There iwas no proof of service, and the case was postponed for a week. - John Brown pleaded guilty to behaving in a riot- ous manner on the Grafton racecourse on the 10th instant? Defendant,; who is but 21 years of age, pleaded that he waa intoxicated, which the P.M. stated was rather an aggravation of the offence, and said he should be whipped. Had the Bench been able to impose a £5 penalty he would not have escaped with less. Fined 40s and 2s Gd costs ; in default, seven days' imprisonment. Permission was granted the licensee of the Post Office hotel, South Grafton, to have music and dancing on the premises on the night of the 21th instant ON THUBSDAY, before Mr. Clarke. An individual was brought np deemed to be insane. . | Constable O'Connor deposed to arresting the patient, on board the Australian at Maclean ...

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The Latest Cablegrams. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

The Latest Cablegrams. London, Saturday. THE Princess Louise was married to-day to the Earl of Fife. The House of Commons by a majority of 282 carried a motion to increase the annual grant to the Prince of Wales by £36,000. Two gunboats and one cruiser for the Australian Federal Squadron are ready for sea. Cold and rainy weather is retarding the English harvest. The South Russian harvests have been ruined by intense heat. The Pope has created Dr. Grace, of Wel- lington, New Zealand, a Count of the Holy Koman Empire. Mr. Murray, son of the late Sir Terence Aubrey Murray, has been appointed Pro- fessor of Greek, in the Glasgow University. The Yellow Eiver, in China, has again overflowed its bants, causing extensive floods. Countless liveB were lost, and the damage to property is immense.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

Abstract of Sales lay Auction. SATURDAY. Ky HAWTHORNE .uro SMALL, at Tolly's Yards, Working Bollocks and Miied Cattle. ' Uy T. BAWDEN, Boots. Drapery, Hats, Pianos, Waggonette, »Vc. .Mails.-A meeting has been notified to take .j)lacetaí¡ Boat Harbor, to take into consideration the present mail seivice from Sydney to the Bellinger. It is thought high time that thc Bellinger should have a separate bag from Sydney, and thus do away with the present risk and delay of having letters and papers sorted at Kempsey. This appears to be reasonable, and no difficulty should be experienced in securing the accommo- dation. Grafton Police Court.-Yesterday, before Mr. Clarke, J.P., Thomas Dwyer, for drunkenness, was fined 5s. AN IMPORTANT DECISION.-In the No. 1 Jury Court, before Mu. Justice Windeyer, James Forsyth Porter brought an action against the Leichhardt Municipal Council, to recover compensation for injuries received owing to the defendant munici- pality having so negligently constructed a...

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Municipal Association. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

Municipal Association. AT the last meeting of this body, replies to questions were given as under : The Grenfell Council asked whether trus- tees of a common outside the boundaries of a common can enforce license and other fees for material taken for road-making by the council. It was decided to reply that the council would have to make arrange- ments with the trustees of the common, who had sole power. The Ballina Council asked for the prob- able cost of an Act of Parliament to curtail portion of a municipality. The committee estimated that the Act would probably cost about £100. The secretary reported that he had answered questions from other councils to the effect that it was understood that the Government provided subsidies for tree planting of 10s for every £ locally raised by subscription. That premises rented as council-chambers and local post-office, al- though rented, were exempt from taxation under section 1G3.

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The Floods in Some Parts o[?] Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

The Floods in Some Parts oí Queensland. THE Stanley Ei ver correspondent of the Brisbane Courier writes from Cobulture on July 21 :-" The water in the Stanley River rose to a height far in excess of any previous flood. A selector named Thomas Webster was drowned whilst trying to escape from the roof of his house, on which he had taken refuge. Mrs. Webster, who was with him, was washed up against a tree, and sub- sequently rescued. Many of the selectors had narrow escapes. It is feared that numbers of cattie are destroyed, the water rising with such rapidity that they were quickly surrounded. The Gympie cor-! respondent states that the Mary River and its tributaries rose rapidly, so that a number of low-lying claims were covered, and as a safe precaution, work in others where the shafts are situate near to the margin of the flood was discontinued. By noon all the bridges over the river and Deep Creek were submerged, with the exception of the rail- way bridge, which, is built at high ...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

Kain fall np to Joly 22 . 24 . Thermometer fahrenheit 9 a.m. Alaximum. Minimum. inches. 40 43 47 42" Mean average. 72' 49" '03 NOTE.-As the register is taken at 9 a.m. ever}' day> the above applies to the previous 21 hours.

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Maclean Municipality. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

Maclean Municipality. THE Mayor and aldermen of the Maclean Munici- pality appear to have an imperfect notion of the proper mode of conducting their business in council. Alderman A. moved,-" That the report' as read, be adopted." Alderman B moved, as an amendment, -" That the report be not adopted." Thus the council had before it two substantive motions I which were both seconded and put to the meeting as an amendment and an original motion respec- tively. On division there were two votes for what was called the amendment and. three for the , original motion. If the Mayor had declined to receive Alderman B's " amendment " because it was no amendment at all, and put the original motion, it would have been carried by three to two, and the time of the council would have been saved. It is in the very nature of an amendment that it should make some alteration in the original motion, either by the omission of words or the addition of words, or by the omission and substitution of words. Th...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, 30TH JULY, 1889. The City Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. ! ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING. 30IH JULY, 1889. The City Railway. CONSIDERABLE disturbance has been created in the metropolis and its suburbs, and con- tention of no mean order bas been caused in tbe Cabinet itself, over a pronouncement of the EAILWAY COMHISSIONEES in respect to the proposed City Eailway. The chief bone of contention being not so much bow the matter will affect the country, but as to whether Hyde Park shall be destroyed, without rendering anything like commen- surate public advantage. Our opinion upon the City Eailway question is pretty well known, therefore we need not say much upon that point beyond briefly repeating what we have previously urged. That is that with the expansion of Sydney, the Eedfern Station is sulileiently central for all the necessities of goods and passengers. That the Darling Harbour extension will be ample for some I considerable time in respect to certain classes of goods required to be received fr...

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Maclean Municipal Council. Special Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

I Maclean Municipal Council. Special Meeting. A SPECIAL MEETING of the Maclean Municipal Council was held on Friday for Alderman M'Mahon to move a motion "That the words 'John-street' in the Works' Committee report which was sub- mitted at last meeting be rescinded, and the words 'Argyle-street' be inserted in their stead." Present -The Mayor, Aldermen Kyle, Cummins, M'Mahon, Schwonberg, and Roderick. Alderman M'MAHON said he had asked the Mayor to convene this meeting, as he disapproved of the course whioh the drain took, and that at a Council meeting of September 4th, 1888, the plans of Mr. Swindells had been received, and all the Aldermen present at that meeting had approved of them and expressed themselves favorable to their being adopted, and Alderman Bond had pro- posed that they be received and tenders called for ; which had been carried unanimously. And he wanted to know why, after paying £30 for these plans, they bad not been carried out, but were sub- stituted by those of ...

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The Premier's Action and Payment of Members' Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

The Premier's Action and Payment of Members' Bill. THE amendment made by the Legislative Council in the Payment of Members' Bill has precipitated what promises to be an unjustifiable crisis-a crisis under the cover of which great sins of commission and omission will possibly be cloaked, and most certainly beneficial legislation delayed. There can be no doubt of the propriety of the amendment made in the Bill, any more than there is no doubt the country is altogether with the Council upon it, and not with the Assembly. That the Assembly should have laid the Bill aside is to give evidence of the greed of a majority of its members for the money allowance, and will the more strongly con- vince those who may have had any doubt upon the subject of the correctness of the' Council's action, With regard to the SPKAKER"S contention that the Bill was a money Bill, and therefore could not be amended by the Council, there will be some differ- ence of opinion. For our part, without entering upon ...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

Shipping. ARRIVALS FKOII SYDNEY. July 27.-ELECTRA str.. 350 tons Captain "W. B Nelson, Crossed in at<U0 a.m. C. E. and M. E. S. N. Co.. agents. July 29.-HELEN NICOLL. 400 tons. Captain Fraser. Passengers-Mrs M'Dermid; Misses Tindal, A. "Waldron, Finlay; Messrs. C. Kidman, F. "Wilkinson, J. Morton, J. "Waldron, Vi. K. Shearer. T. Tetnver:ey, T. Brown, Hender- son, "W. Campbell, M'Dermid ; »nd 8 in steerage. Left Sydney at ? p.m. on Saturday, crossed the barntC.15 a.m. on Monday, and arrived in Graf ton at 1.3Ö p.m. same day. Eiperienced fresh southerly wiuds and heavy sea. John See and Co., agents. DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. Br TeLEOKAi-n. . July 27.-CITY/ OP GRAFTON, 825 tons, Captain Magee. I'ur.éengers-Mesdames Allen, Small, Hamilton, Everest; Misses Clare, Clarence, Walker, D'Arcy, Buchanan ; Dr. Orr, Ker. Father Dmrgy: Messrs. Williams, Greaves, Watkinson, Noud. Lui cock, Parsons, Clarence, Budd, Meillon, Jack, Allt ; nan 32 in the sie rage. Crossed out at 7.55 a.m., and ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

Commercial. BUSINESS is still very quiet, and it does not seem probable that it will be marked by activity for some time. Thursday next is a Bank holiday. There arc now few farms offering for lease, and it must bo inferred that those in the market have found o:cu pants. Rentals of good agricultural land show no decline on any previous season. Grazing land does not let readily, though a better demand is believed to be in the near future. Stock continues in fair demand, and a small draft realised good prices at.South Grafton on Saturday. Another draft of 100, together with three teams of working bullocks, will be submitted at Tully's yards next Saturday. Stock are looking well considering the time of the year, and notwithstanding the des- truction of grass on the swamp lands, the higher laud will provide sustenance till the spring weather renews the pasturage in the low country. We notice that the arrival of a number of overdue Eteamers from the Northern rivers has caused the maize ma...

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RICHMOND RIVER PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

RICHMOND RIVER PORT. AURIVAI..-July 23 : Electra str. from tho Clarence. DEPAETUEES.-July 27 : Annie Theresa sch. 28: Daphne sch., Tomki, Coraki, and Bellinger strs. for Sydney. WEATHER ON THE COAST.-Yesterday westerly winds with fine weather and smooth sea. . After a lengthy detention at the Richmond bar, the steamers Bellinger, Tomki, and Coraki, crossed out on Sunday morning.

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The Temporary Supply Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

The Temporary Supply Bill. DURING the discussion of this Bill on Thursday, Mr. MFARLANE thought the country members would injure their cause by objecting to the construction of necessary works in the neighbour- hood of Sydney. Those proposed in the bill he approxed of, but he could not agree that £20,000 was sufficient to vote at present for the repairs of country roads,and bridges. The country had not had justice. During the years 1S53 to 1859 there had been expended in Sydney and suburbs from loan votes £5,070,000, whilst in the country only £1,750,000 had been spent. [Mr. M'Millan : " What about the railways ?"] They were national works and, moreover, there had been spent on tramways in and around Sydney . £1,249,000, which was essentially city works. Mr. STEVENSON supported the works proposed in the schedule, but complained that in his district, roads necessary to give access to railways, and whose construction had been recommended by officers of the Public Works Department, wer...

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Those Differential Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

I Those Differential Rates. THE Inverell Times says the Eailway Com- missioners in trying to divert the trade of this district from the port of Grafton, are fighting against nature, and they Bhould not be surprised if their conflict with so mighty a power should be disastrous to .the Depart- ment. We learn on good authority that the agents for the Clarence River steamers are offering special inducements to graziers to send this year's wool clip to Sydney via Grafton. We hear that wool will be carried to Grafton from Inverell and even from stations 20 miles to the west for 3s per cwt ; wool will' thus be landed in Sydney from this district at under £i per ton, which will be a saving of £2 compared with the rail- way rates. No matter how desirous our graziers may be for the prosperity of the railway, they will hardly patronise the iron road at an extra cost of £2 per ton. The wool teams will take back loading from Inverell from Grafton at under 6s per cwt, so that for the sake of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

For Debility. Use Horaford's Acid Phosphate. Dr. B. Mallan, M.R.C.S., and L.S.A., Meadow Sides, Staines, Eng., says : " I find it a most admira ahle preparation in cases of extreme debility." The report of the select committee on the select- ions made by John Harrison, of Lismore, was laid before the Legislative Assembly by Mr. Ewing. The committee report that on examination of the papers and the evidence, they are of opinion that the conditional purchases of Harrison should not have been declared forfeited, and they recommend his case to the favourable consideration of the House. FRAUDS ON DIXSON'S CONQUEROR TOBACCO. Some unprincipled retailers of Tobacco are placing the Conqueror tin-tags upon Tobacco, and disposing of same as the genuine article. Now the public are therefore cautioned against this deception, and are at the same time respectively invited to submit any doubtful purchases to Dixson and Sons, who offer a substantial reward for convincing evidence against the aforesai...

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Ulmarra. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 30 July 1889

Ulmarra. MONDAY. ''Macleay Chronicle."-I notice in your lait Saturday's issue an extract from the Chronicle, in which the facetious Editor of that misinformed journal indulges in considerable pleasantry at the expense of our Municipal Council. The article I refer to saddles our Council with passing a certain resolution re a maintenance man. Now, no resolu- tion of this sort was ever passed by our Alder manic body, either at the meeting mentioned (the 3rd instant) or at any other meeting ; and I wonld suggest to= that Editor the next time-he feels inclined to indulge in wit, first ascertain whether the subject of it has any more tangible existence than merely in his own flighty imagination. It is extremely probable that his editorial mind will never be entirely free from " doubts," the vagaries of so very lively an imagination being, of necessity, a constant source of misconception, and, therefore, of puzzle to himself. In fact, should his sugges- tion of a Lunatic Asylum be carried ...

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