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By Telegram. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

ÄS; ' ?-' By Telegram. SYDNEY, MONDAY/. MESSRS PITT, SON, AND BADGERY (limited) re- port :-9000 sheep permed to-day ; buyers scarce, and prices dull at late rates. We sold Ferguson Bros. wethers at Os lOd ; and G. Bellamy's at 7s Gd. 5 IO cattle yarded ; market opened atlate rates but wound up firmer. We sold W. G. Noble's Spring ridge., bullocks, selling up to £12 18s; and the Cûwsit £4 ös.-5.46. .The C. and N. C. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION report :-Maize is in firm demand to-day at 3s 2d. Most of the coast steamers are barbound, and if bad 1 weather continues the price must advance a little. Other produce unchanged.-5.25. . The SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN Co OVERATIVK COMPANY (limited) report : Best factory butterls4d to ls Gd.best dairy ls tols3d; best hand cured bacon Cd to T^d, machine-cured 5:Jd to G.Jd. Hams, hand-cured Gd to Sd, machine-cured od to Cid. Lard, in bladders, 5d to f!£d ; in bulk, 3d to 4d. Cheese Gd to 7d, second-class -ld to 5.Jd ; Early Bose potatoes, 9s ; onions, ...

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Athletic. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Athletic. THE AMERICAN SPRINTER.-A San Francisco exchange says :-Some Australian sporting papers say that Skinner, the American who won the Botany Grand Handicap-the prize for which was £525-realised very handsomely in'the betting. Archie H'Comb, of this city, trained Skinner for this particular race. He did not even permit the winner in his practice spins and trials to show his limit of speed to his backer (a Mr. Lees) : conse- quently, the latter gentleman placed the bulk of his money on another man, whom he had as Skinner's stable companion. The artful M'Comb had a friend or two laying large amounts on Skinner, and when the men were despatched for the final heat Skinner went off the mark like a shot from a gun, passed the sprinters who were in front of him, and won the big race by two yards in capital time. M'Comb will soon return to his old love (Frisco) with a plethoric sack of Australian gold Kirkham and Narellan will have their work cut ont. Donovan ran 238yds at Botany in 23...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Abstract of Sales by Auction. WEDNESDAY. By HENRY MAURICE (in conjunction -nitii J. H. Munro), at the residence of ilr. S. Cohen, J.P., Ulmarra. House- hold Furniture, Harness, Garden Tools, and sundries. ? FRIDAY. ByT. BAW DUN", on the g ound, Copmanhurst, old Public School Site (Land and Buildings.)

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Public Works at Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Public Works at Maitland. OK Tuesday a deputation met Mr. Halligan and Mr. ADgus. engineers of the Public Works Depart- ment, respecting the silting up of Wallis Creek. It was pointed out that, owing to the action of the railway authorities in closing up the mouth of the creek by the. embankment for the Tailway, and opening a fresh cutting, the creek had silted up to such an extent that it had almost ceased running, and a portion of the old channel where the flood waters hal lodged, was in such a condition aj to . - render it dangerous to the health of the inhabi - tauts of that locality. From a survey made in the ~ year 1845, by the late G. B. White, it.would be seen that the mouth of the creek near Brewer's sawmill had a depth of water 3Gft., and boats heavily laden could then be taken as far as Yarrabong Bridge. At the cutting a great deal of stone had been used to protect the railway bridge there, much of which had been washed away by the Hood, and had the effect of causing the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

The report of the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, held in Sydney last week, is well deserving of attention. Matters commercial, financial, political, social, and educational are dealt with. One matter is a subject for special congratulation. Not only has it been proved that there is no " over production" in wool, such as wa3 feared by a few people, but, as a matter of fact, the supply has hardly kept pace with the demand. The busy manufacturing centres of Great Britain, Europe, and America are constantly crying out for " more." In drawing attention to the fact that a large proportion of our "national debt" is repre- sented by railways and public works, which in other countries do not generally belong to the State, the chairman did a very wise thing. This is very often lost Bight of-especially in England. -Ecko. FRAUDS OU DIXSOS'S CONQUEEOE TOBACCO. Some unprincipled retailers of Tobacco are placing the Conqueror tin-tags upon Tobacco, and disposing of same as the genuine ...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Shipping. ABRTVALS FROM SYDNEY. . I Angnst.S.-CORAKI atr. crossed in st 9.20 a.ru. August 5.-ELECTRA str.. 350 tons, Captain W. B. Kelson. Crossed inst 12 35 p.m. Ct and M. K. S. N. Co., agents.' August 5.-HELEN NICOLL, 40u tons, Captain Fraser. Crossed tn at 12 45 p.m. John See and Co., agents.

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

ÏTlEXEOÏtOIOKïi AI. Rainfall tip to Thermometer Fahrenheit 0 a.m. Maximum. Minimum. inches. July 30 . 83- 49- - 31. 84- 47" - Angustí...... S2- 45* - 2. 84* . 51* - 3.61" . 53" 52 4. CV 45* 1-S1 - 5....... CS* 52* . - 161 . Mean average. : 75' 49". 3 94 NOTE.-As the register is taten at O a.m. every day, the shove applies to the previous 21 hours.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

I -- , - I A CITY DESTROYED BY FIRE.-The city of ¡ Seattle, one of the moet important in Washington i Territory, and which gave promise of speedily dis- tancing Portland, Oregon, and becoming the metropolis of the north west, was almost totally destroyed by fire on June 6th. The city was burned from the water's edge to the hillside, the area ravaged being 120a. It was started by a work- man overturning a gluepot in a cabinet shop. Before the fire had been burning an hour the water gave out, and the people were utterly helpless to control or stay the flames. They stood idly by and saw their city burn. There was no fire department to speak of. The total loss is between 10,000,000 and 12,000,000dols ; but re-building commenced almost before the ruins had ceased to smoke. Four lives were lost, one of these being a thief, who was shot by a policeman while in the act. Seattle was the county seat of King's county, Washington Territory, and located in a spacious and placid harbor in the Mid...

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The North Ward. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

The North Ward. Sta.-Will you kindly permit me to express my opinion concerning the suggestions now before the Borough Council in respect to the North Ward. A number of ratepayers have made two proposals the construction of a foot-bridge in the Park, or the rising of Dobie-atreet; while , a section of the Council are ot opinion that Clarence-street rwould afford a better route. I heartily concur with the Dobie-street proposal. It would.not require a large expenditure; it is direct ; and would be available for the people so long as business could be carried on in town. Now, aa to the Clarencé-street proposal. This seems to me so absurd, that I can but liken it to a person wishing to reach South Grafton from (say) Prince-street, doing so by the Dobie street punt, in place of the direct means ; or plainer, via Dobie atreet to Pound-street is 15 minutes walk, while ria Clarence-Btreet would take nearly an hour. Then, as to the cost ; have those gentlemen who favour the formation of Clar...

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Amateur Performance at Theatre The Opera H.M.S. Pinafore. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Amateur Performance at Theatre I The Opera BLOCS. Pinafore. THIS popular opera was most successfully put on the stage of the Theatre Boyal on Friday evening by amateurs, who are to be complimented on the result. The entertainment was got up to augment the funds of the City Band, and the pro- ceeds amounted to something over £45. The inclemency of the weather necessitated the postponement of the holding of the entertainment from the date it was first fixed, and it was feared this circumstance would have militated against its final success, but the company were rewarded with a bumper house, and they fully deserved the patronage so liberally accorded. They were fortunate in regard to the weather, for the performance had not long commenced before the rain began to descend, and continued all night and up to yesterday. Taken throughout, the acting was superior to the vocal renderings, though, in the latter, Miss Attwater as Josephine appeared in good voice. There is, no doubt, a diffi- cu...

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Small Debts Court. YESTERDAY, before Messrs. Clarke and O'Keeffe. John Young v. James Manning, no proof of service. Continued. Hénry Horwitz v. Albert Schwinghammer, claim of 18s 8d, guarantee of endorsement of a p.n. It transpired in evidence that the bill was not paid, and plaintiff was nonsuited, and adjudged to pay 5s expenses of one witness. Charles Attwater v. James Bray, claim of £2 12s Cd for work and labour done, and materialsupplied. Defendant did not appear. He formerly resided'at Lismore where the debt was contracted, but was now resident of Wollombi. The Bench held that they had no jurisdiction, as defendant should have been summoned at Lismore or WoUombi. M. J. Muirhead v. William Clare, claim of £5 17s 8d on a dishonoured p.n. Verdict for plaintiff and 4s costs. M. J. Muirhead v. A. W. Rose, claim of £5 17s 8d on defendant, as endorser of the p.n. referred to ic the former case. Verdict for plaintiff and 4a COSlB. _ St. Paul (Minn.) residents have been victimised to t...

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The Weather. Another Heavy Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

The Weather. Another Heavy Rainfall. THE valley of the Clarence has been visited by another heavy fall of rain, which seems to have been general along the Northern seaboard. After the subsidence of last flood, fine weather inter- vened till Friday afternoon, when the rain set in from the south-east, at first steadily, as we remarked in last issue, and continued with but little intermission up to yesterday, at times falling heavily. The wind, too, freshened up, occasionally veering round to south and south-west, and also going round as far as east. Up to 9 a.m. on Sunday the fall for the 24 hours was Grafton . 181 points Yamba. 240 " Newton Boyd. 171 " . Casino. 235 " while at Copmanhurst it was reported raining) with the river up 8 feet, and rising 6 inches per hour. From Tabulam no news could be received, as telegraph communication was interrupted. This ! caused some anxiety, as the heavy rain at Casino created a belief that it was heavy on the Upper Clarence, and it is notorious t...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Letters to the Editor. 1 THE Editor does not bold himself responsible for opinion! expressed by correspondents.- i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Special AdTcrtiseyents. H. PALING AND CO., LIMITED, (Established IS53). The leading and cheapest house for Pianos, Organs and Music, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. No better value to be obtained elsewhere. AGENCY AT MR. HENRY JORDAN'S, Criterion Hall, Grafton, where every information may be obtained. WELDON'S ILLUSTRATED DRESSMAKER part 31-three cutout patterns, coloured plates, 500 illustrations-ls 3d by post. YfELDON'S LADIES' JOURNAL part 41-three cut-out paper patterns, 250 illustrations-ls Gd post. Mrs. LEACH'S FAMILY DRESSMAKER - ls Gd by post. G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Stationer, &c, Grafton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

w w _Wanted_ ANTED, a BOT. Must be acenatomed to look after horses. DB. YOUNG, Maclean. ANTED, a YOUTH to deliver meat. C. DUGGAN, Butcher. W ANTED, a smart LAD. Apply to J. CARSON, JUN., Prince-street. WANTED a Respectable YOUNG GIRL as Nurse. Apply Mrs. SEE, Huntingdon Villa, Mary-street. ANTED, an outdoor APPRENTICE to the Coachbuilding and general Wheelwrighting. Apply at once._C. PAGE, Prince st. WANTED, a steady competent MAN to take charge of a draught stallion for the season. Apply to JOHN CARTER, Palmer's Channel. WANTED, MARRIED COUPLE, without encumbrance-woman as housekeeper ; man to make himself generally useful. F. W. POCHIN, Braunstone, South Grafton. COPIES of EXAMINES.-Wanted two copies of the EXAMINER of February 5, and July 13th, 1889. WANTED TO SELL, cheap, a pair of well matched PONIES. Apply office of thi3 paper._ WANTED known-Buggies, Harness, Saddles and Horses of all descriptions always on hand for SALE or HIRE. Apply at NOUD'S Blacksmith's shop, Fitzroy-str...

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Latest Colonial Telegrams. Casino, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Latest Colonial Telegrams. Casino, Saturday. LAST evening Mr. "VST. M. Scott, Post and Telegraph master here, was presented with a highly flattering testimonial from a large number of the leading residents in the dis- trict, together with a purse of 52 sovereigns, in recognition of his courtesy and ability in the discharge of his official duties since he has been in charge of the office. The reci- pient completely broke down in responding, the presentation being a complete surprise. The settling for the Turf Club races at Ta.ttersall's this morning passed off satis- factorily. £431 was paid away in prizes. Fernando is scratched for both handicaps at Lismore races. Heavy rain has just set in. Coraki, Friday. THE Tomki, which arrived here on Thurs- day night, brought the largest cargo ever brought to the river, being 300 tons of mer- chandise. Mr. Keele was a passenger by her. The South Arm has shoaled in places, but the dredge could put it right m a few days. All of the roads are in ...

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Speech by the Minister for Works. Views of the Government. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Speech by the Minister for Works. Views of the Government. ON Wednesday, in the Legislative Assembly, the, METISTEB FOB WOBKS (Mr. Bruce "Smith) speaking of the Bail way Proposals, said that it was only those lines with regard to which- the plans, specifications, and réports were ready that he could now pro- pose. But he would mention that here- after the Government proposed to- submit lines from Narrabri to Moree, Grafton to the Tweed, Culcairn to Corowa, Mudgee to Gulgong, Cootamundra to Temora, and others not yet ready. He intended in each case to lay before the House a succinct statement of the various merits which could be claimed for these lines of railways, it being the intention of the Government that no work should he proposed for submission to the Committee unless they felt that it embodied a principle which should be carried out. "With regard to the new lines, the Commissioners : had been actuated by the most liberal views and sruided to a verr great extent by the capabil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

I By reference to our front page it will be seen ! that the sale of Mr. S. Cohen's Furniture, ko., is to be held at his residence, Ulmarra, To-morrow, the 7th instant. The furniture is all very good indeed, the lots very numerous, and as the whole is to be sold without reserve, the public should avail themselves of this capital opportunity to secure good'articles at cheap prices. The terms are also to be very liberal.-ADV. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. A Tonic and Food for the overworked brain and muscles. "Turn about is fair play," is an aphorism supposed to ha veteen invented by a'daucing master, ' -^

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Captain Kane, of H M. S. Calliope. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Captain Kane, of H M. S. Calliope. CONCERNING *the story of the Calliope's escape from Samoa, the London Weekly Despatch con- tains the following :-" A letter has beeen received at Portsmouth from one of the crew of the Calliope, describing the escape of that vessel from the harbour of Apia. The writer continues, ' I most mention the way in which our skipper behaved. He was exposed to the whole of the heavy weather, and in a most unsheltered position, too. I don't believe he left the poop for five minutes during the 24 hours the gale was at its height. When we regained the harbour, on the Tuesday morning, we were all called aft, and the captain made a speech. I never before saw any- one so affected as he was at the time. He made several attempts to speak, h -t could not master his feelings. When at last he found his voice this is what he said, "I take the earliest opportunity of thanking you all, my men, for the way in which you have behaved during the terrible weather we have jost ...

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DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

DEPARTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEGRAPH. I ,. Anglist 3.-CITY OF GRAFXON, 825 tons, Captain Magee. 'Crossed out at 11.30 a.m.. and arrived in Sydney on Sunday .ifight. C. R. and M. R. S. N. Go., agents. .August 3.'-AUSTRALIAN str., 400 tons. Captain Affleck. . Passengers-Mesdames Stilsby, Coppon; Messrs. Stephens, Murray, Stilsby, Jones, Dr. B. Ryon : and C in the steerage. Crossed out at 11.15 a.m., and arrived in Sydney on Sunday. ».John See and Co., agents. The schooner Victoir- that put into Brisbane during the late heavy weather, left Woolgoolga on 22nd ult., with 69,000 69,000 feet of hardwood for the Melbourne Harbor Trust, being portion of Mr. W. T. Pullen's contract for 1,100,000 feet.

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