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Among the Tombs. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

Among the Tomb*. fliY FAUOK-A-BAtLAOIt.l ' ' Ood's AcnK.' Thoro is nsolomn sncrod noss about tho namo that commends itsolf at onco to our higher and bottor thoughts and footings ; thoro is a kind of clinginff attachmont to tho last rosting placo of tho doad that gives it a sanctity that no otbov placo has, and no matter how rudo, nn lottorodor savago an'individual may bo, his footfall is lierhtor and his carringo moro sedate as soon as ho crossos tho barriet which separates tho consecrated ground from tho outor world. Only a fow days ago my attontion , had boon uirectod to tno fact that somo shippers of cattle had, ignoring nil somblancoof Christianity and rospoct for thoso who havo ' gono bofore,' had used our God's Acre for tho purposos of a stockyard until tho departure of tho steamer. It soomod to b.i too dastardly a thing to bo truo, in a civilizod community, but a visit to our comotery whero ' Each in liin narrow roll, for evor laid, Tho rudo forefathers of tho hamlot »leop,' ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [FROM, OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.], SYDNEY, Wednesday. In tbe Assembly the Patents Designs Bill was read a third time, and the regulation with regard to factories and workshops passed through committee. Sir P. Jennings promised to make a statement to-night with reference to the public finance,, and to re-introduce the Income Tax question. With respect to model farms, Mr. Fletcher stated '.that sites would be fixed when reports from the districts visited had been, completed. Two clerks in the Lands Department, have been suspended for alleged irregu larities. Colin Cooper, goods clerk at Glenlnnes, is under tbe surveillance of the police ; deficiency £650. Theodore Horton, Crown Lands Agent at Young, pleaded guilty to five charges of embezzlement,, amounting altogether to £2000. ° He was sentenced to seven gears' imprisonment. ? '? j The Intercolonial and Stock Conference, has resolved to give a, bonus for this disoovery of -a searching remedy for the destruction of ^rabbits....

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Jefferles New store. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

JMr. JellterleN Jliew Ntore. * .. I It wilV ,bo well within tho reoollcotion of our rosdorti! that Mr. i Jefforias' storo,5 Mr. Benaud's printing offico, nnd Mr. G. Mobbs' butchers- shop^ woro totally destroyed by firo iti May lust ; nnd it is satisfactory to bo nblo to report that not only has tho printing ofTico nnson, liko tho T'hoonix from its orIioh, nnd is^ strong on tho wing nnd soaring dnily m tho public nstimation, but a magnificent building hns boon oroctod by Mr. Jefferios on tho sito of his old ono, which promisor to bocomn ono of tho most prominent landmarks of our stroot archi tecture,, and. ono offorjng unusual -facilities for mercantile pursuits. Tho building, which.' is exactly opposito and facos tho Government wharf, is built of hardwood throughout ' nnd consists of two storeys, with a 12-foot balcony extending from tho uppor storoy across tho footpath, thus giving shade and shelter. On tho ground floor thero aro, tho front storo having double windows, fitted with ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

JffliilMterial Vinlt. I A meeting of tho Rocoption Committooin connection with this movement was hold at Mobbs' Commercial Hotol on Saturday ovoninjj' last, W. Yabsloy, Esq., J.P., in tho chair. Thoro woro also presont Mossrs. Storey. Dr. Connor, A. Yabsloy, W. Mobbs, nnd F. Clifford, Hon. Sec. Aftor somo discussion it was rosolvod, on tho motion of Mr. A. Yabsloy, seconded by Dr. Connor, ' That Messrs. W. Mobbs and Capt. Storoy bo appointed to canvass tho town of Coruki for subscriptions towards dofraying tlio oxponso inconnoction with tlio proposod visit. Also, on tho motion of Capt. Storoy. socondod by Mr. W. Mobbs, ' That Messrs. A. Yabsloy and W. A. Noblo bo appointed outside canvassers.' On tho motion of Mr. F. Clifford, E. Bontloy, Esq., Manager of the Commercial 13auk, was appointed Troasuror. ? It was furt.hor resolved that thoMomliors for tho ltichmond bo written to asking thom to urgoupon tlio Ministerial Party to accept Mr. Crouch's offor to procood by rivor to I ismoro,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
School of Arts and Mechanics Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

School or Arts and Rfcclianlea Institute. Pursuant to advortisomont, a mooting of tho members of tho abovo institution was held at Nolan's Hall on Tuesday ovining, whon thai:o woro about 30 porsons present. J. Whito, Esq., J.P., occupied tho chair, and explained that tho object of tho moot ing was to. sou whothor anyone would sign tho bond for tho payment o£ tho building &c., in liou of Mr. Wobster, who had refused to do so. Ho boliovod that Mr. M'Kinnon and somo othors had signified thoir willingness to sign tho bond, but tho question for thorn, to consider was, whethor it would not bo bottor for them to amalga mate with tho othor Sell ol of Arts, and havo ono institution only. Mr. John M'Kinnon expressed his will ingness to sign' the bond in placo o£ Mr. Wobster. Messrs. Kyran Nolan and D. Livingstone alo signified thoir willingness to sign tho bond. The Chairman then put tho question to tho meeting, whether it was advisable to amalgamate with tho other institution. Mr. Bu...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

? ? Business Announcements. , - ; GEORGE HUGHES, Begs to notify that ho has still on sale — ( i OVER lOOOlbs OF , STANDARD PAINT. Any colour in stock, at 6d per lb. Half-ton of NAILS, all sizes, at 2d per lb. PUMPS and PIPING SASHES and . DOORS, less than Cost. ' SCREWS, any. size, at Is per gross. 71b Packets of GALVANISED SCREWS for 2s. - , ; ;? GLUE, Russian Is and Colonial 7d per lb. ' ! i V ' ' ; Also, . GLASS, 8 x 10; ljd per square. 10 x 12 to 12 x 16 at 2£d per square, . -^T The above GOODS will be on view at Mr. C. STAMFORDS i AH CTION ROOM after this date. 'p^ CON O M Y THE ROAD T O W E A L T II Study Economy and Save Money by Purchasing your . g| BOOTS AND S&OBS, te A. E. FRANCIS', Tlie Cheapest Shop for Eoots and]JSlioes IN THE DISTRICT. _A head of all Competition, A. E. FRANCIS depends on SMALL PROFITS, nnd by purchasing all Goods in tho Cheapest Markets, at tho lowest possiblo pricos, which his long connection, and study, of the boot trade enables him to do, ho...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

Coraki Jockey Club. A StEETixo ' of fho committee of tho abovo was hold on Wednesday ovoning last at Quain's Club Hotol, when thoro woro present — Messrs. W. .Yabsloy, presidont, 'Jv ; Whito, vico- prosidont, M. Doran, E. Bontloy, Troasuror, W. T. Mobbs, C. Stamford, H. Johnson, F. Clifford, and J. Why to.' Tno election of mombors of committee &c., having boon arranged, tho mooting procoodod ito to tho . .consideration and adoption of tho programme. for tho annual mooting on Now Year's Day. ? Previously to tho consideration of this, howevor, tho following- appointments woro mado Starter, W. Wobstor; . Clerk of tho Courso, A. Yabsley ; Clerk of tho Scalos, II. Johnson. Tho programmo, which had beon most carefully prepared by tho Secretary, was thon submittod, clauso by clause, with the satisfactory result that may bo soon on roforenco to our advertising columns. Tho question of engaging the courso from tho 1st to tho 3rd of January was also considered, and tho requisite autho...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Naturalisation of Chinese. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

Naturalisation of Chinese. . In the Assembly recently, Mr. Melville inquired of the Colonial Secretary what number of Chinese had been naturalised in; the oolony during tho past .few -months. Large numbers of Chinoso had been arriv ing in tho colony, ho explained, and stren uous efforts wore being made to have them naturalised in order that they might' en joy. : the rights' and liberties of British subjects. Mr. Dibbs said, in reply, that about two years ago a largo number of. Chinamen wero naturalised, but that about that time the Executive Government thought ita wise course to stop any further naturalisa tion of the kind, and since that time no Ohinamen have . been, naturalised. The Government had a discretionary power in this matter. ? An Old. House. — Oa undoubted authority, we (Baiensdaie Ahveetisee) have, been sup plied with an. item or two, respecting longevity of somo of the equine species, which will, prove interesting to our readers. Recently, _ two horses were destroyed a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 8 October 1886

Fairfield. ' ' ' [PEOM OtIB CORRESPONDENT.] Tiie | population on tho held is daily increasing. There must bo fully 450 people hore now, and whon tho first crushing at tho Prospectors is mado known tho numbors will bo considerably augmented. At present ! thero is a bit of a rti-n at Crookod Creok, in tho direction of Boorook, and also on the othor side of Saw -pit Gully. Tho field so far appoars oxtonsivo, thoro being fully 50 paid-up Leases. Mr. Sullivan, Mining Suryoyor, is kopt very busily employed with Leases, Business and Machine Sitos, water rights, &ri. Golds are prevalent amongst us ; I havo to record the death, of J. C. Brydon, Esq.,. 'pr.P.,-: who £jok a scvoro cold during tho ;wook, and whilst being convoyod to Touterfield, on ..Sunday last, diod near Sondy Hills.' '''Being' a rosidont of Glon Innos ho was eont.on by train. Ho loaves *a wifo and four;childron. Mr. Brydon has boon connectpd with , tho; browory at Glen 'Innos for somo timo, and, , owing to his busine...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Eastern Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

The UuNtern HuchUoii. Loud ilA.MoL.ru Cnuuciuu., Chancellor of tho Exchequer, delivered a speech at a Conservative meoting at Dartford. He made a pointed allusion to the rocent course of events in Bulgaria, arid the declaration of the Austro-Hungarian policy by Herr Tisza ut Bada-Pesth a few days ago. :lle dwelt at considerable length on the past efforts of Great Brit ain to foster and promote the freedom of tho nations, and said that lie rejoiced to find Austria leading the van iu the cause of autonomy in the Balkan Peninsula. Some Powers, he continued, were con tentious and aggressive, while others were peacefully disposed. Should the course of events compel England to choose a path, he was certuin she would sympathise and possibly oven support those powers which sought the peace of Europe and the liberty of the peoples. Lord Randolph Churchill believed that the adhesion of England would probably avert war, and that peace , was essential to the progress of the Empire.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vote of Want of Confidence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Vote of Want of Confidence. The House divided at 2.30 when there ?was a majority for the Government of 24. Tho trial of Wright, Ifeaton, and Co1 was continued to-day. David Bradford and Charles Forbes liavo boen committed for trial for dofraud ing the City Council, also for forgery.' The Victorian Legislative Council rejected tho bill -received from the Assembly for the enfranchisement of the police force. The acceptors for the CaulfieldCup are iBoolka, Britisher, Silvermiue, Remus, Ben Bolt, St. John, Zeno, Uurrilda, Lesbia, Recall, Levite, Bonnie D0011, Little John, Maroncy, Tarpeia, Ment more, Millstream, Jim Cain, First Consul, and Islander. A second attempt has been frustrated to burn the Custom House at Townsville. An extensive fire occurred at Brisbane, at Messrs. Finney, Isles, and ?Co.'s drapery shops and warehouses. The steamer Woodburn has beenfloated at the Macleay Heads, and beached, farther up the river. Captain Ferguson, the president of the Adelaide Marine Board, die...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [KltOM OUIl OWN COIIUESPONDENT.] . . , SSTDNEY, Monday. In the ' Assembly to-dny, nfter tlio formal business, Sir. H. Purkcs asked tlio rromioi' whether I10 had any objection to lay bofoie tho House copied of tho cable gram he tho fiiiuneiul deficit. Tho Premier replied 'not tho slightest' lie hud received a telegram from the Agent-General asking if it was a fact that the deficit of two millions, cabled to a London paper, was in addition to tho deficit already announced, lie had replied to the effect that the total deficit, inclusive of that previously mentioned, would bo at tho end of tho year two millions, one hundred thousand. He was of opinion that the cablegram had been sent home from interested parties through unworthy motives!. Mr. Burns, however, held a different opinion, but thought the Treasurer him self should have tcjegraphed to London a summary statement as was usually done. Mr. Bibbs, in reply to a question, said the Parkes Government hud appointed 13 memb...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Wo were under tho imprMfiion that Coraki took tho ca'ke for ruiufaTU, judging by rocent «rxporionoo8, hat, according to tlio following account wo are nowhere. An English paper says : — A heavy thunderstorm burst ever Lythc, near Wliitbv, tlio scat of tlio l-ufre of Njr nianby, on I£ridayui(fht, August 13. The ruin carried away .several hundred fine trees aud threo bridges. By tho easting vote of the President of tho Legislative Council, the proposed railway from Kcdforn to Circular Qu»y has beon referred to a select committee. Messrs. Hill und M'lutosb, in tho Legislative Comioil, statod that as the oolony wad oa tbo brink of insolvency, they would vote ugainat every railvuv proposal placed before the Council at the present time. At the lato Casino Municipal Council meet ing the following resolution was carriod : — That tho Mayor (now in Sydney) bo requested to bring under the notioo of -tlio Municipal Conference -tho difficulty arising under tho Act according to recont dooisions, w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mount Rennle Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

The Jflouiit ltcniilc Outrage. ..Tho hearing of tho caao against tlio persons alleged to havo beon implicated in tho Mount llennio otitrngo on Soptombei' 9 tii was continued in tho Wator Police Court 011 Tuesday, whon the prohibition against t. ho publication of tho proceedings was removed, Tho sensational evidence of tho day wns that given by a jockey boy, Thomas Smith, leuown moro familiarly by hip companions as ' Wapiti.' According to his statement he and two other youths namocl Joo Evans and' JJiown wore making a short cut across country between Geddc's woolwash and ' Irish Town,' Waterloo, when they heard a woman scrcum, tho cry appoaring to them to cotno from a clump of bush a quarter of a mile away. Curiosity prompting thom, thoy ran in. tho direction of the bush, but boing seized with a certain alarm, Evans and Brown came to a ' halt when within twenty or thirty yards of the bush, while Smith went forward to reconnoitre. What the latter saw was startling. He saw 18 or 19 you...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Post-office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

: t'orukl , l'o^t-Office. ; AititrvAL Axu'D'r.rARTnnE of Matcs. . Mails ;arrive.ifrorn' Srilneyj -South \Vdo'dbnrn; Woodburn, and Ssrau .Bay every Monday and Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.; and eio.se for 'the same places.' eVory 'Tuesday, and TFriday, ??at 5 p.m.-: ? - Arrive, from, Lismore, Wyrallah;- and :Gnn3nr , imba / every Tuesday, and Friday, at 5.50 ? p.m., -rind closo for same places every Monday 'nn'd Thursday, at 3.35 p.iii. ? Amve from r Casino and 'Co'drington every Tuesday, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 a.m.; and oloso 'for same places every Mon . day and Thursday, at S.30 p.m. Arrivo and depart .by rjver boats for Balliua, WarUell, and Broadwater.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

UMiuorc. [l'ltOM -OUIl SPECIAL COIIIIESI'OKIIKNT]. We havo again boon visited with a good, steady, soaking rain, this being ono of tho best soasons experienced for many years, aud it would be unnecessary for me to -dilate 011 the flourishing condition ? of I growing crops &o.', but will simply Baj' that / 'they look immense. ' Thoro is very little fresh to noto with regard to tho proposed Ministerial visit, 'boyond the question of co-oporation betweon Casino, .Lismore, and Ballina; EE the oxponses of oonvoying tho party froui Tontorfield to this district. It iu stated that a ' darkey V brought into town last week somo stoues containing gold quartz. He was considerably pumped tis to tho locality whoro ho found it, but tho only answor rocoivod was ' Baal mo yabbor, me plenty follow rioh some day.' He, however, satisfied his beseeohors that - thoro was plenty moro gold thoro, and that tho place was only a short distance from /Lismoro. Oh ! if this ' darkey ' could only bo eutru...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

ISIver Steamers Time-Table. Tite followiiiff time-table 'is piiblislied for general informations Sarah L. Ilixson leaves Lismore for Ballina at 8.30 a.m. every Monday, Weduesday, and Friday-; and Ballina for Lismore every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30 a.m. Florrio lonyes Ballina for Lismore every Mon day,' Wednesday, and Friday at 8.-30 a.m nnd' Lismore. for Ballina every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30. a.m. The Messenger leaves Woodbnrn for Lismore overr morning (Fiiday excepted) returning to Woodburn in the afternoon. The Triton leaves Coraki for Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m ; and C»sino for Coraki every Tuesday,, Thursday, and Saturday. Tho Irviugton leaves Cusino for Coriki every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; and Coraki, for Casino every Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Saturday, at 9 a.m.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

i ' ' -PROTECTION. ; 'Sin, —As -tho Ministers, and -vory 'likoly I our Members, .will bo paying' 11s a; visit, I , 'would urgo upon; tho' farmors. to' hold a 'mooting for the purposo of appointing. a icomnutteo'to tliank our membors for tho : action thoy took in trying to got a tax 'upon rill foreign produce, aud to urge upou 'thom to continuo tho same agitation noxt sossion. Somo time ago a mooting of tho National Protection Association was hold nt (ho !Protostuht Hall, Sydney, whoroat tho 'Chairman mado a romavk which should not bo lost sight of by our -farmors. Tho iromark .was, that tho Association did not ;look formueh- support from tho farmors.; if a mooting was hold and a -committoo formed, thoy-coul'd roply to that stutomont, -and promise thom all tho help that-lay in ?our powor. As Protection has becoino a broad and butter question, it bohovos the farmors to do as I havo suggested, as Froo 'Trade is a groat bugbear to tho soloctor. It provouts him from opening up tho baclc ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Can Bakers Legally Work on Sundays? [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

Can Bakers liCjaHj- Work on 'The following, is taken from Reynold's Newspaper of 'August 5' : — At the Marl liorougu-street Police Court, 'London, on .Wednesday, James jemini, , baker, of the Haymarkeb, wasauinmoned forcontraven dng the Act of William IV.; which radices it unlawful for bakers to make or bake any bread, rolls, or cakes on Sunday. — Mr. T. -Russell said1 that tlie case was ?brought v {forward, .by the Operative Bakers' Society, who felt that master bakers ought not to 'be 'allowed to carry on their business on the Sabbath, and thus compel ^fiheir journeymen to labotir seven days instead df six, Webb, who is a member of the Society, eald . that at a quarter to 6 on 'Sar/drty morning 'he and others passed by the defendant's shop, and in the interests : df' 'tHe^ ' ^oi-kmen they tried , to discover what was going on in the . bakehouse -below. On looking down the grating they 'saw one or two bakers,. without, shirts, working at the dough, and there : was bread or 'rolls s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 15 October 1886

CorrcNiiuiMlciice. The Editor (loos not hold hirnnolf roHponaiblo for opinions oxproflned by oorroBpondonts. CO TUB KD1T0H OF Tttlt IlIOltjrOND IttVUU ItimAMl, . Deah Srn,— In your report of a mooting hold by members m tlio hcliool of Arte aud Moohaiiics Institute I gather from tlio jwniirkM made by Mr. D. Livingstono ' that somo portions in coiniootion with School of Arts No. 1 havo acted from n privnto motive, and that Mr. Yabsloy oft'ovod a site and . put a building theroon, and thritany ono clso would' do tho samo tiling if puid interest 011 thoir outlav.' Ho further status 'that ho oannot hoo any reason why a subsidy should bo granted to a private individual for tho bonofit of hun.solf and employe os.' From this Mr. Livingstono would havo ub boliovo that the Coraki School of Arts is composed wholly of Air. Yabsloy and his omployoos. Such a state ment is in tho oxtremo, rookless, uufouudod, and wvpardonablo, nnd should not bo nilowod to puss uurofutod. I would remind Mr. Livmgst...

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