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

Echoes and Opinions. THE Country Party in Victoria are not "satisfied with Protection as it is in that colony. An attempt is being made to secure an alteration of the Tariff( so as to equalise as far as possible the incidence of the Protective taxation, so as to give the farmer, the dairyman, the fruit grower, and the grazier, what- ever Protection can be given to their produce Under the Protective policy as it is, the manufac- turing industries alone profit directly by it. and it certainly does only appear fair that whenever a rural industry is suffering from outside competition it should receive similar consideration in the Tariff to that conceded to a manufacturing industry similiarly affected.* There is a covert threat that unless some concession in this direction is made the Country Party will move in the direction of Free trade. This, certainly, would be a reversal of all experiences in the olier countries, where those who live by the land have been the greatest sticklers for ...

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Sporting. Casino Races. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Sporting. Casino Races             THE meeting passed off very successfully, the start- ing was excellent, and says the Northern Star the general management good throughout. The "books" were very numerous, more in fact than the business to be done justified, but they would be recompensed by the general upset of the favorite pots through- out the first day. There were very good fields.   Seven weighed out for the Trial Handicap, Albany winning from end to end. The Sires' Produce Stakes was looked upon as a certainty for Fernando and he won easily, but his stable companion Myles, and Mr. Bundock's Agatha, out of his good little mare Adelaide, will both be yet heard of. The heavy condition of the running track told against all the heavy weights in the Club Handicap, but Waverley's running showed that he is fit to run in good company. The way that Presto performed stamps him a real good animal. Tr...

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

i Ulmarra. MONDAY. Another Wet Outlook.-The hack waters are already pretty high, and heavy fears are enter- tained of another flood. The water is about a foot and a half from the top of the public wharf, and rising fast. In fact, the waters of the lower river seem to be rising faster, in proportion, than the upper river. This, I suppose, ison account of the action of the sea against the bar, banking np the waters. Stock-owners are busy this morning ! shifting their cattle, though not in such great numbers as last month, one reason being, that many of the mobs that were shifted last time have not yet returned. The flood boat and other boats will be ready for action should they be required, but it is to be hoped, and I think signs are show iDg-the weather will clear up before any serious damage occurs Weje the water to overflow the river bank now, in any quantity, all the front farms would suffer materially, fir the land, being for the most part just fresh ploughed, would be swept awa...

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

The Turf. COBAKI COUESB.-Mr. W. Tabsley is making extensive improvements to the running on the Coraki racecourse. The track is being raised about a foot all round with a drain on each side of it, so that it will be impossible for water to lay upon it. In consequence of the improvements being made, the August race meeting has been allowed to lapse this year. ME. FUCHS' PICTURES.-The Sydney Mail, of Saturday, has two illustrations from portraits taken by the instantaneous process by Mr. Otto Fuchs, during the running of the Tally-ho Handi- cap at the late races. The Mail says :-The pictures are of a most interesting character throughout, and two of them have been selected for publication in this issue, for the purpose of illustrating the positions assumed by horses negotiating fences. One shows the piebald horse Holy Joe leading Nelly Ray over the second hurdle, and the other represents Benefactor pursued by Drummer II., who struck the obstacle and carried away the top-rail in his fli...

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

John Sea li Co.'s Shipping Notices. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S LINE OF STEAMERS. The S.S. Helen nicoll Captain R. À. Fraser, for Syd- ney every TUESDAY NIGHT at 10 o'clock ; leaving Sydney for Grafton every SATURDAY OTGHT, at 9 o'clock. The S.S. Australian, Captain B. 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. _JOHN SEE AMD CO. JOHN SEE AND CO.'S DROGHEES. Alteration of Tlme-taoie. On and after Monday next, 1st July, j OUR DROGHERS WILL BUN AB FOLLOWS. . Perseverance. "MONDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Palmer's | Mond, and Harwood : returning Tuesday. "WEDNESDAY-Down main river, North Arm, Pal- mer's Island (Iluka and Yamba if necessary) : returning Friday. lottie. "JIONDAY-To Ramornie and Copmanhurst : re- turning' Tuesday. "WEDNESDAY-To South Arm and Coldstream returning Thuisday. "FRIDAY-Carr's Creek, &c. . liorna. MONDAY-To Coldstream. 'TU...

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"In the Next Batch." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

" In the Next Batch." SIB.-I am a tradesman, residing in Grafton, having a family growing np, and for their sake more than my own I wish to make my voice heard in respect to the way we Northerners have been treated by past, and the present, Governments. That which most vitally concerns us is Railway communication, and the matter next in importance ia Harbor improvement. As to Railways, my understanding allowed me to follow the agitation so far aa the appointment of what is called the Public Works' Committee. Since then I have got fogged, and it is only now and then I form a faint idea of what is going on. But I do know this railway agitation has been going on for 20 years, or more ; that the matter has been placed before the different Governments, and often under their favorable consideration,, whatever that means; that surveys have been made and re-aurveys, and surveys on top of these again, at great cost to the State ; that when we were asking for one line, we had another plumped ...

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North Coast Railway. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

North Coast Railway. No. II. "WHILE maintaining the suitability of the Coast country for the dairying and other pastoral pursuits, it is by no means intended to ignore its capabilities for the purposes of agricultural occupation. On the contrary, in this respect alone it has great claims to the consideration to all who understand the meaning of the term, and can see the advantages of turning their attention to other occupations than the stereotyped one of maize-growing. Not that the Coast lands are incapable of growing that commodity, for they have done so in perfection, and are still doing so, teams being employed during the season in conveying large quantities to Grafton and Ulmarra, and a great deal more would be grown if a cheap and expeditious means of getting it to market were available. As it is large areas of excellent land are lying idle for this reason. Numerous selections have been abandoned for the same cause, and a vast area is still locked up in reserves, which would p...

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

. THE SECULABISATIOÎT OF SUNDAY.-There is no use in shutting our eyes to the growing secularisa- tion of Sunday. Paddington and Waterloo stations were crowded on Sunday with well-dressed folk, who have not the excuse of working all other days in the week, about to seek amusement on the Thames. It would be well if other riverside clergy imitated the example of those at Henley-on-Thames, in inviting them to cometo church in their flannels. Whatever excuses, however, there may be for going on excursions up the river, there can be none for theatrical performances on Sunday night in private houses, with the immense additional work they throw on servants. For some time there have been such things on the quiet, but now they are boldly proclaimed in the light of day. At Mrs. Campbell Praed'8, on Sunday evening, Mr. Justin M'Carthy's one-act comedietta, "The White Carnation," was performed for the first time, in the presence of Mr. Irving, Mr. Toole, Mr. and Mrs. Kendal, Miss Fortescue, Lady...

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

Fact and Rumour. Price of gas reduced ls per 1000 feet. Trade revival anticipated in Melbourne. Woolgoolga Land Court postponed till the 2fith. £600 to be expended on the roads in the Tweed district. District Court opens to-day, and Quarter Sessions on Thursday. ; ? Land revenue of Murwillumbah Lands Office last quarter was £SG9 2a 2d. Meeting of Reserve Rifle Company on Thursday evening for election of officers. The opera " Pinafore " a great success. Report of the performance appears elsewhere. It is reported that Viscount Chelsea has been betrothed to Princess Victoria of Wales; Moriarty and Woodhart, Government officials,, have had a stand-up fight at Goulburn. More depression in silver companies, owing to uneasiness among the miners at Broken Hill. A man named M'Kay lost in the bush between Murwillumbah and the Queensland border. Telegraph interrupted 14 days between the Brunswick and Tweed, and not then restored. Much regret has been expressed at the death of Mr. E. Deer, insp...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] TUESDAY MORNING, 6TH AUGUST, 1889. The "Backing Down" of the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. _ 1E3TABLÍSHED 1859.]_ TUESDAY MORNING, GTH AUGUST, 1833. The "Backing Down" of the Legislative Council. THE PREMIER and the Assembly have "backed down" to some extent on the Payment of Members Bill question, and there is some evidence of intention on the part of the Legislative Council to do like- wise. This course may be all very well as a compromise for the purpose of evading a bombastically threatened crisis, but as an important principle is involved, the backing down of the Upper House is far from satisfactory. That the Council should retire so largely from the position it originally took up, shows to. a considerable extent a craven spirit on its part. Of course, in referring to this particular aspect of the position, we need not discuss at any great length the side issues which have been raised for the purpose of befogging the main question in the interests of certain political opportunists. Those side issues being first as to whether the Co...

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Our Unfortunate Black Brethren. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

Our Unfortunate Black Brethren. DURING the late epidemic of influenza, the Aborigines in this district have suffered very severely, many deaths, both of young and old, having been the result. Many of those deaths may fairly be laid at the door of the Govern- ment and the so-called Aborigines Protection Board, for the reason that they have been caused, in nine cases out of ten, by neglect of the first principles of humanity-neglect even worse than is shown towards dogs and horses. And yet the Aborigines are human beings. We hear from time to time, and at odd times, some " goody goody" talk about rescuing these miserable people from their life of degradation, and lifting them up on to what is called the platform of Christianity. But there is little example set them of the truly practical part of the teaching of Christianity -that example which, if well set, would do much to counteract- the moral degradation down into which they have been dragged, in many cases, by more degraded whites...

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The Railway Proposals. The Commissioners for Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 6 August 1889

The Railway Proposals. The Commissioners for Railways. "WHET the last monthly Supply Bill was before the Assembly, the Commissioners for Railways action in several particulars came under review. Upon that in respect of differential rates, Mr. COPELAND said the whole of his electorate was very much aggrieved by the system- under which reduced rates apply to all stations north of Guyra ;; while the people of Uralla, Walcha, and Armidale found that they were subject to the old and very much higher rate. The result waa that the people of Glen Innes were enabled to get their goods from Sydney at a very considerable rate less, although the. distance is very much greater. . " The object of the Commissioners is to compete with the Clarence Eiver steam boats, but I ; question very much whether the Government are justified in initiating a system of Bail way .rates on this principle. I- do not see why they should attempt to establish a cut-throat policy, so as to inter- fere with the goods car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

General notices J£JST?rLISH LEVEE WATCHES. Watches and Jewellery. STEWART DAWSON & CO'S 13° Celebrated Watches still stand without a rival, and have hy far the largest sale, and give greater satisfaction than any other English Watches. From the time Watches were first discovered down to the present time, none ever made such progress as STEWART DAWSON and CO'S CELEBRATED ENGLISH WATCHES. In addition to the great Standard Watches which has built up S. D. and Co.'s reputation, and made their name a household word throughout the world, they are receiving by every mail all the latest Novelties in Jewellery, a few of which may be briefly mentioned. GREAT IMPORTATION. JEWELLERY FROM ENGLAND. Newest Designs. Latest Fashions. SiftOIilSH 1»JRICJES. An Unrivalled Stock of Gents' Massive Gold Alberts, £3 10s to £3 10s. Ladies' Massive Gold Alberts, from £2 15s to £5 17s Gd Ladies' New Victoria Pattern, £2 2s to £3. Beautiful Gold Bangles, 10s fid to £2 5s Recherché Gold Bracelets, 353 t...

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Perils of Democracy. PROFESSOR EMILE DE LAVELEYE, IN THE NEW YORK "FORUM." [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

' Perils bf Democracy . PBOFESSOB EMILE DE LAVELEYE, IN THE NEYT I ' . <: YOBK " ÏOBTJM." IN order that democracy may insure order and liberty, it is indispensable that all should receive a serious, and more especially a highly moral education, so that the work- ing classes may learn to know the limit of their rights and the upper classes the extent of their duties. It is useless to tell the people that in our present social order everything is perfect ; they will not believe this ; they must be made to understand that the amelioration of their condition can be accomplished only very gradually, as moral and intellectual development attains a higher standard, and that consequently the progress would be intercepted by any development of force. Aristotle and Montesquieu were right ; democracy can flourish only if based on equality. Tor it to be lasting, the first error necessary to be eradicated is that the law should be the expression of the people's will. In all lands and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

SEE WHAT A WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN SAYS ABOUT THEIL-Burwood, 1st February, 1S86. Messrs. E. Row aud Co., Sydney. . Gentlemen.-Would yon oblige by sending one case of your Row's Dandelion" Bitters. Having tried them for sluggish liver, I can without hesitation say they are what you represent them to be-a thorough cleanser of those impurities which many suffer from in' these hot climates. I find taking them with a glass of water a most refreshing drink.-Yours faithfully (signed) P. O'CONNELL.-ADV An elaborate Easter egg was sent to the Emperor William, by a loyal Weisbaden confectioner, who had devoted six months to its manufacture. The egg: was made of barley-sugar, and was held hy sugar statuettes of Prince Bismarck and Yon Moltke. The shell was decorated with a group of the Imperial family, al?.o in coloured sugar : while inside was concealed a tiny musical box, which played the Prussian National Hymn.

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SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

! SECOir» DAT-WEDÏÏSDAÏ. _ I The Court opened at 9 a.m. JOHNSON AND POWELL V. FIETH (continued.) Defendant, further examined, stated that Watt« i had not given him notice that he would discontinue cutting for him. There were some piles cut on the I eastern side of the range ; but he only claimed those on the western. David Champion was'present when defendant suggested that he waa to have the piles cut on the western side of the range, and plaintiffs those on the eastern. To this plaintiffs agreed, and also to give 7s each for catting piles. Watts was not pre- sent. At the end of May they started cutting piles on spec. Defendant, after they had cut a number, made an agreement to take all the piles that were ! cut on the western side of the range by himself, Green and Watts. The whole three of them were present-on this occasion. After this, Green and Watta agreed in his presence with Powell to cut I piles on the other side of the range for plaintiffs, I but he declined to join them. A...

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Proceeding for Maintenance against a Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

Proceeding for Maintenance against a Boy. Two young people, named and aged respec- tively John Sands, 19 years, and Ellen Sands, 18 years, appeared before the Col- lingwood city bench on Wednesday, the latter (says the Age) to make ah application for separate maintenance from her husband, 1 the defendant, and the boy to oppose that application.. The parties were married two years ago, the husband -.then being 17 and the wife 16 years of age. Sands is still working in his apprenticeship indentures, and is earning 20s per week; but at the time of his marriage, two years ago, he was only earning 108 per week. The complain- ant's temper was very fitful, and she showed it very forcibly to her boy husband early one morning while she was in bed. He retaliated by pulling her by the hair from her couch, and she had gone home to her mother. Evidence waa given proving that defendant's wages was 20s per week, and an order was made for the weekly payment to complainant of 7s Gd. Four hundred Sil...

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Grafton School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

Grafton School of Arts. THE regalar monthly meeting of the Committee waa held on Monday. Present-Messrs. Bawden (President), Hill, Doberer, Page, Chapman, Laman, Hockey, Welch, Thorne, North. The Treasurer reported receipts for past month £31 43 6d, chiefly subscriptions. ' Debit balance, £8 5s Gd. Accounts amounting to £1S 4s were j passed for payment. The Librarian repotted books issued 553, maga- zines 13B, members using library 170. A case of books from the Sydney Free Library ¡ had been received, and are now in circulation. The Secretary reported that 28 new members I had been enrolled this quarter ; also that applica- tion has been made to the Department of Public [ Instruction for a new supply of maps, i BUILDING COMMITTEE'S REPOST. - Resolved j that it be recommended to the General Committee that the specifications submitted for taking down I and re-building the front wall be adopted ; and ' that, subjeot to some enquiry as to minor details I from the architects, tenders be ...

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Terrible Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

Terrible Deaths. Two more bodies of the unfortunate miners who were entombed iu the A. A. Company's coal mine at Newcastle have been discovered, and doubtless the remainder will also be found. The bodies, I need hardly say, were in a shocking state of decom- position. The position in which they were found justifies the inference that the unhappy men were killed, and did not, as it was feared by some people was the case, die of starvation. There Í3 melan colly comfort in that thought. When the pony was found alive a couple of weeks ago, the belief was expressed that perhaps the men had obtained refuge in some recess and were slowly perishing for want of food. Such a death-the horrors of thick darkness and the constant booming of the parting strata, added to the want of nourishment would have been as terrible an ending of life as could well be imagined. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. I -

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The Late Redfern Election. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 10 August 1889

Tue Late Redfern Election. THE recount ol the voters in the case of the late election at Redfern has not resulted satisfactorily to the Free-trade party ; for whilst Mr. SCHEY'S number has been reduced by four, that of Mr. ANDERSON remains where it was. I did not anti- cipate that the recount would show that the Free trade candidate had a majority. The Elections and Qualifications Committee have not yet completed their work in this case ; they have still to decide the charges regarding alleged personation, icc., but I do not believe any of those charges will be sus- tained. My own opinion is, that the people who made them had not much confidence in their value.

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